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KELLY DRUG COMPANY can furnish you with many things the possession of which will aid greatly in making \our spring housecleaning easier to accomplish. At Kelly's you will tind the housecleaning requisites you lack: Cleaning Sponges Furniture Polish Chamois Skins Floor Brightners Borax Ammonia Lye Fixall Alahasl inc A little Paint here and there will do wonders it JF?ays to trade at Kelly Drug Company, V/io 7&S2*k Store. IlLillH, M.'l>. VY* A. KAKSN, M.l) Cilmer & Baker, Physicians and Surnoons Bin stiinn Cap, VlrKlnla. AM crtli* answoretl promptly* LOCAL ITEMS. 0. R. McCorkle, a prominent atlornoy of Appalaobm, visited hin pnronts in town Sunday; Aron Johnson, who is helping install the light plant at l'onn ingtori Gap, visited relatives here Sunday. \V, M. Mood, a prominent merchant and postmaster at Kast Stone (lap, spout a few hours in town Sunday. Mrs. Hruce Moore anil chil i drou, of Pinevillo, are visiting , Mrs. Moore's parents, Judge ami Mrs. II. A. VV, Skoon, in I the Gap this week. R. (.'. Duff, of St. Haul, was a visitor to Rig Stone Gap on last Friday. 0, II. Thompson, of Darby ville, was among the business men in town last Week. Messrs. 0, IX T?te und II II, Complon, of Coeburn, were guests at the Monte Vista last ! Saturday. \V, R. Harris, of Chatham, was in town last Saturday. ti. W. McGoldrick, of Knox vilie, was among the Monte Vista guests on last Saturday. Attorney A. C Anderson, of Wise, spent n few days last veek in the Gap on profession? al business. v. M. Thomas, of Johnson City, was among the traveling ; men in town last week. A. M. Decker, of Rnrbors ville, Ky., was a guest at the ; Monte Vista, on last Thursday; Charles Young, of Stonega, [pin Su id ty in the Gap. ? m.inv t. ans of lij^.c Heinz Baked Beans becaues it is well understood that they are as good, if not better, than the beans prepared at home. Housewives bare boon t|tilak to avail themselves of tbta porfect substitute. ''Perfect'1 because llolnz lleaiu, with or without Tomato Sauce, are ioleutId? eally prepared in a cleanly manner, A N I > KRAhLY OVKN IIAKKD, The big demand provca that they are delicious; the Hein/, name proves that they are good, ft Is becauie we know this thai we are willing to pay more for a can uf beam lhal t ests yen the same. Seed Irish Potatoes $1.00 per bushel Nickels Grocery Company Phone No. 3 Sec the now silver waroj which will be given free to every bosh customer, at Full-j era'.?adv, Hon. lt. T. Irvine spent last Friday at Gate City Oil profes? sional business. W. B. Taylor left last week for California, where he will' spend some time visiting rela? tives. He will probably locate in that state. Henry Taylor has gone to j Roanoke, where he is attending school at the Konnoke Business College .1. VY. McColgan, of Norton,! was a business visitor to Big Stone (lap one day last week i ?. 11. Miller and wife, of Cin cinnntti, were among the quests at the Monte Vista on last| Thursday. K. II. Rader, of Norton, was in town last Thursday, R. S. Graham, of Norton, re? ceiver of tho Esser Coal & Coke j Company; was among the busi? ness men in town last week. Do your trading at Fullers', the store that gives yoU silver | ware free.?adv Miss Bessie Wells, of lint>". den', spent Sunday in the Gap with her sister, Mrs. lrhv Nick els M. R McCorkle, of Big Stone Gup, Vu., was in our city Tues? day on business, ? Middlcsboro i News. Master [. T. Jr., and James Gilly, of Si.mega, wpro in the Gap last week visiting their i grandmother, Mrs. Bliznbetli Gilly. The United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs. ./. L. McCormick oh >Ved nesdny afternoon April Dili, at 3:30 o'clock. Donald Prescott returned yes torday to UanUolph Mncon at Front Royal. Now that the fever scare is over he hopes to continue the term without further interruption. The revival meeting conduct? ed by KvangeliHts French Wil son ami .1. W, Hawlineon, of the llolin.'ss ('lunch in tho. Goodloe. Hall, is still in progress ami will probably continue for the remainder of the week. The meetings are being well attend? ed. FOR SALE.?Three good! work horses. For further par 1 ticulars apply to F.. SV. Nickelsj Big Stone Gap.?adv. G. ti. MoFerran returned last Wednesday from a Bhort trip to Louisville. Thte Wednesday afternoon club met with Mrs. Lau hum last week and had a delightful game, after which was served a delicious salad. The club will meet this afternoon with Miss Cochran. We are sorry to hear that1 there are two cases of chicken pox in Mrs. W. T. Goodloe's family but we understand they are doing very well. Tho Womans' Auxiliary of tin- Episcopal Church will meet with Mrs. J. J, Lloyd onThurs-l day afternoon at three o'clock.1 j Miss Virginia Be v er ley spent Saturday andSunday in Bristol, visiting friends at the Virginia < Interinont College. WANTED.?At Josephine, Va., miners, coke pullers and loaders. Work easy and regu? lar. Wages good. Interinont Coal and Iron Company. 14 17. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wnmplcr spentSaturday and Sunday visiting relatives at Kast Stone (lap. Mrs. (i. B. Southward, whol lias been in Middleshoro for the j past week parking her furni? ture returned Monday morning and is going to house keeping in the cottage vacated by Mrs. J. K. Tagg?rt. Tennis shoes for women and men at Fullers'. Tito Quality Shop.?adv. LOST?Bunch of keys with shoe buttoner. Finder will please return to this oflice. Our colored friends report a tine sermon preached by Rev. J. W. Shelton, pastor of the I First Colored Baptist Church Sunday night. After the ser? mon a collect i.ia of iflSli 'JO was taken for the building of a new church. Mrs. Ransom Palmer, of Keokee, is in town this week visiting her sister, Mrs. A. F. Mahaffoy, who has been sick tile past Week . FOR SALE.?Some good building jots in plat one and plat three. For further particu? lars, apply to K. VV, Nickels,! Big Stone Oap, adv. Miss Josie Yeaty and brother Filmore spejil Saturday and! Sunday at Big Stone (lap.?? Pennington Cap News. (1. B. Southward spent Sun? day in MiddleBboro with his I wife. Miss Marguerittd Qoodloe re ttirneil home Thursday night! from an extended visit with her j sister, Mrs. It. It. Tilisloy at Coragel, Panama Canal /.one. Mrs. Henry 11. NatV returned to her home in Knoxvillo this morning after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .J. M. Willis at this place. Postmaster W. S. Hose re? turned last week from Jackson, Ohio, where he was called Oil account of the death of his sis tor. .Miss Madge Dingess left tl.iS morning for Ktuwah, Tenn..j where she will spend several weeks visiting Miss Ann Mc Cormick. I. V. JeSSee, of llante, spent a few days in town last week. The Woman's Civic. League I will meet Frida) afternoon at three o'clock at the residence! of Mrs- K. E. Ooodlop. There will he services at the ; Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday morning at I 1 o'clock i by the pastor. Rev. C. S. Bales I Tho public is cordially invited. j. Polk Wolfe, of Dante j spent Saturday and Sunday in town visiting hoinefolks. J. 1). Cpx and Beverly Plana ry, members of the Roda brass baud, were among the Rodaites in town Sunday. They inform iih that the Roda band is in a nourishing condition and will be able to furnish some lino music this summer for pub? lic occasions. Frank Richmond, o f Hast Stone < lap, who underwent tin operation for appendicitis a few weeks ago, we are glad testate, is improving and is expected to he out soon. Miss Lora. DeBusk, who has been nursing Mrs. R D. Baker for the past two weeks, is going to the L & X. to visit Mrs. Layfield for a few days before returning to her homo in Bris? tol. Miss Minnie Vox is on an ox tended visit to friends in Lex-' [heton and other Kentucky cities. The Oolf season is now open Everybody get busy and play Oolf. There will be Baptismal sit vices at the Christian church On next Sunday night. Allen Carnes, of Gary, W. Va.. spent the week end with homefolka in the < tap. See the new middle blouses for women and girls al Kollers' all styles, 60c to ?1..V.>.?adv. Coeburn is losing two of her best families this week in the parsonage of Messrs. R, II. and .1. II. Spears and their u.1 families. These good people have made many friends <iur ing their stay here for the past 1 eight years and perhaps done more for the unbuilding of ourj town than any one else here We trust that they will deci lo to return to our city when the) finish up their big timber eon fait al Wood.---Coeburn Jour? nal. The Spirella Corset carries a welcome message to every woman who is putting on loo much flesh. The majority of women uro inclined to do this after they pass the - thirty year mark. With a Spirella Corset properly adjusted the figure can be trained without discomfort, to retain that sym? metry of lines and acquire a pose that will give her the much coveted slender appear? ance. Phone calls answered promptly from Norton, Roda, t's?kii, Stonegu, Appalachiii I and BigStonoOap. Phone 33, -adv. On bist Saturday night about eleven o'clock, John Tucker, of this place, while on his way home from the I,. & N . depot, was held tip and robbed of r27 00 by two unknown colored men, at a point on the 1.. & N. track opposite the hall park. After releaving him of bis money they compelled him to return almost to the depot be? fore letting him go. He was unable to recognize the high? waymen ami up to this time no arrests have been made. There] is entirely too much of this kind of business guing on in this section and tl.fliocrs| should bestir themselves und put a stop to it. WAXTI'Ji. -Al Josephine, Va , ten lo fifteen good laborers for grading und outside Work | Oood wages. Interment ('.all and Iron Company. II 17.1 Mrs. C. K. Blauten has been in liristol for a couple of weeks past visiting her mother, Mrs. McCluen. II. K . rainier, after a week's visit to his family at this place,] returned to Washington Sun? day morning, where he holds u posit ion on the police force of t he eapitol city. Thomas Nickels and w ife and little child, of Dante, spent sev-l erul days in the t tap last week , guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Body. Miss Caroline Rhinitis gave an Informal dunce at her home on Wood Ave., on last Saturday evening from eight thirty until twelve. The music was fur? nished by the girls ami a most I delightful evening was enjoyed: Those who attended were Miss? es Sarah Cocliran, Anna Ageo, Mahle Willis, Madge DingCSS, .lessee McCorkle, LOllisO G6od loe and Kulh PreSCott. Messrs; < i. i.'. McKerran, c K Hollen', i beck, J. W. Gain, W. II Polly, Donald Prescott, Byron andl George Rhonds. After the dancing a delicious salad course was served. Stockholders Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Ifiasl Big Stone Gap Lund fit Improve ment Company w ilt be held at I he company's office atBigStone flap, Virginia, Tuesday, Ma* Gth, 1013, for the election of di? rectors and all other business that may be brought heft)re the meeting I. X. Jones, Secretary. March 26-13 10 Why Use L. oTiM. Semi-Mix? ed Real Paint Because it s econumlc*l Because It i? pure White Lead, Zinc ami Ltnsoed OH Because It's highest grade finality palm that rau be made, Because when the user adds :t quarts of Oil to each 1 gallon ! of the L & St. Semi-Mixed Real Paint, it makes I 8.4 gallons of pure paint at a cost of about *1.40 per gallon. This saves the user about BO cents a gallon all the paid used The I. A M. is and has alwavs been the highest grade anil must perfect paint produced. Sold by Kelly l>rug Company, Big Stone I lap, Va Goodloe Bros.' Store and inspect The Most Complete Line of Dress Goods Ever Brought to Big Stone Gap You will find a beautiful selection of Silks, Messalines Brocade, Charmeuse, Crepe Metior, Foulards, Tub Silks. Silk Poplins and Silk Voiles in all prevailing shades. A full line of Linens and Corduroys, Voiles, Ratines and Crepes in white and colors; also stripes and flower effects. The line oi White < ioods contains French Lawns. Lin? tel it- Cloth, French Batiste, Jacquards, Madras, Wash Chif Dimitics, Paris Muslins, White Percales, Nansooks, Linaire, Flaxon and the always popular Bridal Cloth. In laces-wc have Lim n Torchons. Valenciennes. Round Thread Val, Chun, Irish Crochet, Baby Irish Bands. An attractive line of Neckwear, Viels, Veiling; season's latest novelties. Trimming Buttons in all styles. Also a complete line of Boys' Suits and Gent's Furnishings. SIkkns and II?fits?? Goodloe Brothers Company Incorporated Big Stone Gap, Virginia We handle the best and most popular brands of Flour on the market Royal Crown ?AND? I Golden Eagle GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER Early Rose Seed Potatoes S1.00 per Bushel H. L. Lane Grocery Go. Phone No. 58. (ajasnatsiKat5H^i5ii]isir^ Wc will try to interest you a little later when we arc through with the PA V DAY RUB I E. F. BURGESS I I Instead of Wood Shingles orMite COMMGHT Metal Shingles X The roofing thai lasts iu long ai tlx! building and never needi repairs. ~. I li<-y won't bum, crack, curl o: rol ?v^^ I I ;J[^r hkc wood sliir.gle?, nor have they the ?3 3 ??1? (treat weight or brilllcness of ?tone date ; I besides they aic inexpensive and look better than either. For Sale by Local Contractors or Roofors or CORTHl?HT M KTAL ROOI INC CO., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia, Pa. Ha Ha! He Hc! Ho Ho! Laugh and grow healthy! I,.nigh ami bo happy! That's what you may do if you make sure to got the 16 page cop) of "Fun" the great weekly hook of jokes, riddles, : funny pictures, clover puzzles, Itcc, to go free with every copy of next Sunday's New York ; World. The Sunday World's 24-page illustrated magazine is I also worthy of special note. I And don't forget the Sunday i World's great comic section, the best of it* kind nnj where. Bo wise and order from your newsdealer in atlvanco. Stockholders Meeting. To ihn stockholders of the Big Stone tlap Lund Company. The next regular annual 1 meeting of the Stockholders of this Company will be held at j its office in the town Big Stone I (lap, Virginia, on Wednesday, j Mut 7th. 1913. i Big Stone Qap Land Company, By Jmo, W. Cuai.ki.ey, 'Apr. 2-14.17 Secretary.