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j^TTlUriS' EXQUISITE CANDY You just must try some of. MORRIS' Exquisite Candies, in order to appreciate how wonderfully good tl,t V arc. On next Friday and Saturday we will conduct a free demonstration, and cordially in? vite you to visit our establishment and sample these delicious confections. This candy (or which we have the agency is the product of America's Master candy-maker, and in ad dition to l>fin?? far beyond any candy produced in America, it is packed in boxes so beautiful that they offer i least for the eyes not soon forgotten. Price, eighty cents and one dollar per pound. Your inspection is solicited without any obligation on your part to purchase. Kelly Drug Company Exclusive Agents ?Shc T&sM: Store. JLGllMl?,?!.?. ?V. A. IIxk.m ,M. I>| Gilmer & Baker, Physicians and Sur noons ??im In l*"il> hulldlnK, I, g Btona OOP, VlrKlnln Ul call! .oisworoit |iro,i>|itly. LOCAL ITEMS. Miss bVsa Young, of Stoncgn, ?Dt Sun.lay in town visiting Wtivet Klbtrt Lipps motored down vm Wise Sunday ami spenl he day in the < lap. Beorj f itron, of Tennessee, is accepted a position with )f Mutual Drug Company. jMis* Klizabelh Connor, o f wfolk, \B tint ?liest of her sis ir.Mrrt J, 11. Pierpoint, in the ip. Martin McForran wiih the licit of U, U. McForran at the jontr Vista Sunday. K (l. Hanson, claim agent frthe V, & S. W. at Bristo}, at in the city Monday on hus m. j.8.8alyer, 11. I'. Met,old k'l. 11 Clyco and W. F. hotly, Kristol traveling sales kn, were calling on the trade j I Iba ii.i|i Monday. lyutt** a number of people pui lii^ Stone (lap wont up to Pptlachia Saturday afternoon Mtenil the circus. 0u? \V. Lovell, a prominent fttinnali traveling salesman, m in town Saturday; R?v. ? M. Moroland, pastor ' t Ii ?? Southern Methodist turcli, left Monday for Clove, "'l,Tonn., to attend the an ju conference of his church, kith convened in that city lay. Mr*. .1. ii. Skeon, of Turkoy "i-, wiih shopping in the Gap itardsy, B. Qant, of Bristol, was in] *D msl week mi business. H^S Itllliy Kemper cumo :?n from Appalachiti and ?tSunday in the Gap. km McCluen, of Appalachiu, *?l Sunday in the Hap, the *?'<>. his Hist,.r, Mrs C. 1-'. wton. U Pugh, of St. Paul, spent "??y in town. M* McCormick, agent for l?itiernl Development Coin Jfand the Keystone Coal ? hon t lompany, is out of Uns week on business. Ml, Johnson, of Lynohbttrg, J?lseveral days in the Gap ** **ek on business. ff* and Jo|?, Money bun, of *K were stopping at the I^V'sta Monday. ' M Smythe, of Tuzo ?as a visitor to the Gap ?*Sfk. ?'*"t Litta spent Sunday at "10? visiting bomefolks. II. II. Dickoy, .?f Lyiichburg, was among Ihn prominent Bales men In town thin Week. \V. B. Pulton, of Wise, spent Monday in town on business. 1>. A. Mnnson, of the Love lady Lumbor Company, jasper, was a b?sinoBs visitor to the ? lap the past work. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Duncan, of Saltsburg, Pa., wore the guosts of thoir son, frank Dun can, at the Monte Vistu Bun day; It. K Taggart, of Btonoga, general superintendent of the Btonoga Coko and Coal Com? pany, was in town .Monday on business. Harry Burnott, of Dorehostor, spoilt Sunday in the Gap, the guest of friends. L, T. Winston has returned from a ton days vacation trip spout with relatives in North t laroliha. Mr. ami Mrs. 0, K. Rlnnton left Sunday for Louisville, whore they - pent several days. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mouser and Otis, dr., left Saturday night on a trip to Louisville. 0. S. Carter spent Sunday in 0ate City. John Oilly and Hunter Me Corklo spent Sunday at Speers Kerry. It. K. Masters arid II. 0. Wal? lace spent Sunday at Canton, near Dullield. Rev. J, B. Craft, pnelor of the Baptist Church, spent sev? eral days last week tit Wood, Scott County, attending the Annual Meeting of the Clinch River Buptist Association. Mr. and Mrs. I>. II. Bostic re? turned Friday from it visit to the E/xposition at Knoxvillo. While away Mr. Rustic also spent a few days in Anderson, Iml , ami Louisville on busi? ness. Joseph Roller it nil family will move into their new resi? dence in u few days, which is now about completed. The Woman's Quild of the Kpiscopal Church will meet with Mrs I). R. Sayers Thurs? day afternoon at :i o'clock. W. VV. Bickluy, of Coeburn, spent Sunday with homefolks in tin- (lap. Mrs. C. C, Cochrnn Iiiih re? turned from a visit t o relatives ami friends in Cluirlottsville. Mrs. C. K. Blauton entertain cil very delightfully n few friends nt the Monte Vista Wed m-sday ni^ht at ?cards. 8. K. Ruckott, of the Rlack Mountain Coal Company, spent Saturday in the Gap on busi? ness. There will ho played on the (iolf Links, on next Saturday, a mixed foresome. This game was postponed last week on ac? count of wot grounds. Dr. D. F. Orr spent Friday in Jone-svillo on professional busi Dess. Mrs. Knie Lii.dsey is visit ii?K relatives and friends in Knoxville and attending tlio Kxpositioo. lt. S. Crawford, of Norton, county engineer, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Tiie Woman's Home Mission Society of the Southern Meth? odist Church will meet with Mrs. J; H. Muthews Thurmloy afternoon at three o'clock. The Modern Woodman of America has allowed the insur? ance claim of two thousand dollars of Mrs. Q. w. Kilbourn, on the life of her husband, who died a few weeks ago. The in aurnncc carried by her husband in an old line Company has also been paid over to her. In all Mrs. Kilbourn will receive about seven thousand dollars in insurance l>r. 1. I'. Martin, presiding elder of the Hig Stone Gap Dis? trict, left Monday for Cleve land, Tenn., to attend the an? nual meeting of Holsten Con forencn now in session in that city. His family accompanied him as far as Knoxville, where they will attend the exposition. Rev. Hubert Lloyd loft Toes day for Abingdqn, where he will attend a church meeting. Dr. and Mrs. Stoehr, Mrs. Winston, and Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Alsover and children, were among those from the (lap who attended the circus at Appala chia Saturday. The frame work for the edi? tor's now residence on the cor? ner of Swauee Avenue anil Kast Third Street is heilig put lip this week ami the building will soon be ready for the roof. Joshua ami .lohn K. Mttllins have received a contract to build a summer bungalow for Dr. (i ihn? r on his farm in Tur? key Cove. The building will he erected on the site of his former residence, destroyed by lire some time ago. The Woman's Civic League will meet at the home of Mrs. K. K. (ioodloe Friday afternoon at :t o'clock. 0. K. Hollenbeck, the popu lar agent for the Interstate Railroad Company at Stonega, was in the city last week on business. Miss Hnth Dabney, of Dry den, spent several days last week in tho Gap visiting rela? tives and friends. Mr. ami Mrs. A. II. Reeder returned last week, from a visit to relatives in Pennsylvania. The work of finishing the new Willis building on Wood Avenue, to bo occupied by the Mutual Drug Company, is pro? gressing nicely, and the big plate glass front is being put in this week. This will b e one of the best finished buildings in town. W. W. Taylor iV Soiih are preparing to commence t h o en Otion of a store building on their lot on Wood Avenue be? tween the Nickels Grocery Company and the pool room. The building will he built of brick ami two stories high with basement. This is an ideal lo? cation for a business house and will add greatly to the appear? ance of that portion of our bus? iness section. Rev O.S. Rales will hold services i ll the Methodist ICpincopal Church Sunday morn? ing at II o'clock; also at the Blue Springs School house Sat urday evening at 7:30. This is Rev. Rales last, appointment for the conferance year. A very cordial invitation is ex? tended to all. Another surprise wedding took place last Thursday night when Will Potter and Miss Hat tie Kay lor stole quitely otf to Cumberland (lap and wore united i n marriage at that place. They spent the remain der of the week at Knoxville taking in the exposition nnd returned home Sunday morn? ing. . Thomas Mowbray returned last week from a visit to rela? tives ami friends at Graham. D. R. Sayors nnd family re? turned last week from an ex? tended visit to relatives und friumls in Georgetown, Ohio. J. N. Moore returned lasl Thursday from Chattuuoogu, where he attended the Federal Reunion. O. M. Brown 1ms commenced the erection of two nix room , residences on his lots opposite tile Snirj.Mll House, which lie will rent when completed. Wo would like to see others of our business men do likewise, as the demand for houses in Big Stone trap is ?reut. Horn to Mr. mid Mrs. E. 0. Taylor, on last Thursday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. ?. 0. Long were Called to (Undo Springs lust Thursday on account of the se? rious illness o f Mr. Long's mother. They left the (lap at three o'clock Thursday morn? ing in their Kord Cir, arriving in (Hades Springs, a distance of 75 miles, at ten o'clock the same dny. Joshua Beaman and Alex Stitt have received the contract to remodel the Southern Meth? odist Church und work was commenced last week, all the lumber anil other necessary material having arrived. A department for the Sunday school will be petition) d oil, the ceiling lowered and the front changed considerably, which will make the church more convinent and add grent ly to its appearance. We have information from the (leneral Passenger Agent of the X. & W. Railroad, "tier ing to attach a Special Pullmnn Car on Train No. 0, Wednesday October Mb., for the State Kair, in Richmond, Vs., returning leave Saturday Night October nth. Pullman Oar will not be run for less than twenty live passengers and it will bo acces? sary for parties wishing t o make the trip to notify .1. I). Clay, Cooburn, Vn., without delay. Excursion rates will apply, 1' it 11 ii in ii Car extra. The Big Stone Qdp huso tall] team went over to (late City Saturday and got bent in one of the closest and best games that had been played there this sou son. The score was 1 to o in favor of the Hate City boys. Banks of this place, and Rod Munson of Bristol,(formed the battery for (late City, while Baker and MoCorklo worked for the (lap team. Both pitch, eis done excellent work, allow? ing their opponents only six hits, i late City made their only score in the first inning on a I single sacrifice and a double. Bi(* Stone Gap Druggist Makes A Statement Wa elwaya advise people win. nave Btoataoli >?r bowel trouble to see a iloetor. Illll 10 IhOM Who ,1,.t Wlall to .1.. thi? wa will My; try the mixtum of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known :w Adler-l-ka, 'I'liU simple now remedy 1* so powerful thai JUST ONE POSE relieves sour stomach, gaa on the atom* .?Ii aud oouatlpatlon INSTANTLY People who iry Aillor-l-ka ere surprised ?tile QUICK action, Tlie Mutual Drug Store)?adv. General R, A. Ayers, of Big Stone Cap, accompanied by At? torney A. K. Morisou and Col. L. O. Petitt came to Bristol Thursday on their return from n business trip to Lynchburg. They returned to Big Stone (lap on the afternoon train. General Avers said that the outlook in the coal fields was very encouraging a n d that everything pointed to contin? ued prosperity under the Dem? ocratic regime. ?Bristol Herald (lourier. 1 EAT ALU I WAMI TO H?Wt No More Cm on the Stomach or Sour Stonuchl No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation! We want everyone In thin town who has stomach or bowel trouble ko lust try ONI'. I.ottlo of simple buckthorn hark, glycerine. etc, n? compounded In Adler-l-ku. Tou will bo aurpili.d at the QUICK ACTION! The VKitV KIIIST DOSH shown re? sult:! ami a short treatment with Adlcr-l-ka may make you feel better than you have for years. This reme.ly ten.li lo antlsoptlrlie the lntratln.il tract and to drfcw off the Impurities. A ??;?:?;!..: I r usually relieves Kas on the htoniaeh, sour stomach or constipation QUICKl.V. Wo do not hesitate lo say that Adler-l-ka la the IIKST bowel and itomach remedy we have ever soldi MUTUAL DRUG COMPANY Big Stone Gap, Va. d UIC V - TENDER REMOVAL NOTICE Wo Imvo moved our Meal Market iuto tho old post oflleo in the Folly building and Mr. R. P. Willis, nn expert meat man, will have chnrgo of name. Our place is newly equipped throughout and our customers can expect the moat courteous treatment extended by an up-to-date meat market. H. L. Lane Grocery Go. Phone No. 58. F^REE DELIVERY Now is the Time To Buy it Healing Sieve and prepare to keep your home comfortable these long winter evenings that are soon to come. Our line line of heating stoves is unsurpassed and we don't want you to miss seeing them before buying. Hamblen Bros Everybody's Favorite >tli some wotqen, (????kin ? la just plain drudgery, discomfort, dtaaatlafao ttOn and ti:ird work. Thuy an- slaves t? tho common cook atovca in their kltohena, They turn, twiat, push paiui op and ?tonn, from ??iic aide of ilia ovena to tin* biliar, in ?u lint tu tuki' i|i|k-ti.'.iiiL' IihiiIi Tln-y |xitii fuel into the greedy fl.ro box lu an effort t? u<'i ?i*>d results. Hot tlie stm? simply refuses 1? operate pro'-eil) A Favorite Range For Fuel or Economy Ranks First would abolish all this bother at a stroke, and would aave one-Uilrd mi Hit- fue bills, too It would pay for llaolflua fesr montha and enable ynu to save money ami cut down your bouabhold bX|tenaea\ Pace ibis eooklug i|ueetlou now, ami deoldo n right with a favorite Hange, W. W. Taylor & Sons 1 Watch This Space f vVu uro rocoivioK and oponliiK up this wuiik a nico frosh lino of 131 1 dl i Bradis & Gheens Candies I m isl Fresh Fish last of week 1 - 1 Beverley, Witt & Co. Successors to UAUKON & WITT. Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In? surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. OBica in tntcrmont Building BIG STONE CAP, VA. OUTRIGHT LIGHTNING PROOF ROOFING it ii pro stoi CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES last ailor.gasthe building and never need fepaift. Jujt the thing (or town or country buildings, because they meet every condition of comfort, beauty and security. K'.'ii For Sale by JOSHUA AND JOHN F. MULLINS. Contractors and Uuiltlers, Bin Stone Cap, Va.