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Do not neglect your cold. It may develop into
pneumonia, pleurisy, congestion, consumption and death. When you catch cold, "catch" your cold in time and overtake it. You can quickly relieve your cold if you take the right kind of medicine in time. Remember, we do not fill prescriptions with old, poor drugs; we use only pure, fresh drugs, and fill your prescriptions exactly as prescribed by your physician. Come to OUR Drug Store. XJhc &ejca// Store Kelly Drug Company LOCAL ITEMS. Breed < ?f The North m-night at the Amu zu?adv. Robert Imbodoti, of Bristol, was among the prominent rail? road men in the Gap last week, Robort S. Gruham, of Norton, was in town lust week on pro feasional business. George R. Kelly, of Saltville, I was a visitor to the Gap Kineo our Itist issue. .Minn Madge Dingoes is spend? ing several days, this week vis? iting Mrs. W.H. Hull at Nor ton. The Guild of Christ Church will meet Thursday afternoon tit 8:80 at the rosidence of Mrs. Ueorvre I.. Taylor. 1''. A. Woodson, of Roanoko, wan iinioni; the traveling men in town ltiKt week. Charles F. Hagan, of Bristol, spent several ilays last week in the (lap on business. Attorney A. B. Will taker, of Bristol, attended United states Court in the (lap the past week. Judge K. M. Pulton and At? torney W.U. Bond, of Wise, were ntnoni; the professional men in town the past week. The Woman's Home Mission Society of the Southern Meth? odist Church will meet with Mrs. 11. A. W. Skeen on Thurs? day afternoon at three o'clock R 1! Alflover, president of tin- South unit West Coal and Coke Company, spent n low days hist week in Ronnoke on lAisi iess. .1. I.. MeCorrriick has return? ed from i\ business trip to Ken? tucky. Mrs. Frost Lilts loft last week for Readsvillo, X. ('.. where she will spend sonn- time visit? ing homefolks, 'Judge .1. M. Price, of Bristol, was among the professional men in town the "past week at tending I"nited Stall's Court. Don't forget Broed (>f The North.?adv. Mrs. .lames OnmblOB (nee Miss Margaret Bulliltd of At? lanta, Qa., is visiting her par? ents, Mr and Mrs .1. F. Itiillitt. in the Qnp. Mrs John Ohalkley and little son, .lohn Bullltt. left Saturday for Richmond, where they will spend the month of February with Mr. Ohalkley. Miss Lila Leech, of Middles born, spent a few days in tho Gap last week visiting Miss Gladys Lylo near the L. & N. Depot. Attorney It. P. Bruce, 0 f Wise, was in town lust Friday on professional business. Simon Hanks left Sunday night, for Knoxville, where he will attend school at Draughph usiness College. Let'n drive awov the blues at the Amuzu tonight.?adv. Mi?. Vila* Wtll* und cousin, Miss Rose Hamilton, of Mid : dlesboro, spent Wednesday *n Norton with relatives. Miss Esther Baser, of Norton, spent u few days in town last week visiting friends. Mrs, Oils Mouser spent last Wednesday visiting friends in Stonega. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Blue spent a few days iti Louisville last week visiting their daughter, Mrs C. L. Nash. Dr. J. W. Reed and wife, of Appnlaehia, spent Sunday af? ternoon in town. W. B. Shepherd returned to the (lap Friday night, after a month's visit with homefolks in Kastern Virginia. Mrs. Ramsey and daughters, Mrs. Marviiij Kelly, and Miss Mary Ramsey, left Sunday night for points in Pennsylvn nia, where they will spend sev? eral weeks visiting relatives. Miss Nan Collier, who is teaching down in the Cove and Miss Janet Bailey attended the funeral of their cousin, Miss Minnie Siemp, ni Essserville Wednesday afternoon Misses Ada Pennington and Perdie Orr, of Pennington Qap, spent a few days in town last week visiting .Miss Virginia Beverley. v Mrs. S. P.Catron, of Stonega, spent a few days in the Gap lust week visiting relali ves. Walter Penhingtdu was up from Jonesville Saturday. Sam McClueii, of Appalachia, spent Sunday in the Cap with his sister, Mrs. ('. F. Blanton. Miss Mary Garnes returned last week from Karmville,where she graduated in January from the State Normal School. ' Simon Banks spent a few days in Middlesboro last week visiting Eugene Brown. J. K P. Barron, of the Cove, spent Thursday in the (lap with his daughter, Mrs. Geo, I.. Tay? lor. Kour Good ohes at the Amuisu tonight. (i. W. Korlaner. Postmaster at Cumberland (1(1(1, attended court here last week. Judge E, M. Fulton, R. P. Bruce and A. C. Anderson, at? tended court from Wise last week here. Mrs. M. II. Qraber has re? turned from a week's visit to relatives in Bristol. The Civic League will meet with Mrs. E. E. Goodloe Friday afternoon at :i o'clock. Mrs. Robert Andreas, of Allontown, Pa., arrived in the (lap Sunday night on a visit to her cousin. Mrs. W. T. Alsovor. I?. B. Went/., of Philadelphia, i president of the Stonega Coke & Con) Company, is spending a few days in the (Jap this week looking aft- r the interests of his company. II. M. Begloy, of Anderson, Indiana, who has been here for several weeks visiting relatives, returned home Saturday night. JUST A MINUTE! Read This! There's much of Interest in it For You Like everybody el$e?you are continually subject to colds and La Grippe. When you catch cold or have an attack nl La Grippe?get a box of l.sxacold. II Laxacold doesn't cure the cough, cold or La Grippe, nothing will, tlehind this sterling remedy there U an unblemished record of over ZU >ears of success. Laxacold produces desired results ? produces them quickly - that's why it has been such a tremen ous success. Then too - Laxacold is llic safe and sure treatment ?the one you should alwaxs use. It contains no harmful drugs. Buy a box of Laxacold. There's nothing better for the treatment of coughs, colds and La Grippe. For headache or neurolgin- use Laxacold. It's, quieting to (he nerves soothing to neuralga pains. Laxacold acts quickly and positively. It's the sale and sure La Grippe remedy. Furthermore, Laxacold Tablets are sugar coated, making them pleasant to take. Don't experiment take Laxacold. thus being sure of prompt and positive relief. Think of It?35 dote I for 25 cents that* all Laxacold costs. Nothing secret about Laxacold. We will tell you how it is made, what It is made of and who makes II you want to gel rid of that cold?II you desire to eliminate La Grippe 35 DOSES 25 CENTS ial 3Z*r?v*jbi; Company Boro to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nash, on lust Thursday, a son. The mother and child, who aro in Louisville, are getting aloTiir fine. E. J. Prescott found a pocket knife one day last week which he will be glad to deliver to owner upon proper description of same. W. C. Tucker, superintend? ent of the Wisconsin Steel Com? pany at Benimm. Ky., was a visitor to the Gap one day last week. A bully show at the Amnzu tonight, ?adv. Jim Kilhonrti left last week for Oregon, after a few months visit to homefolks. Mr. Kil bourn came here in August, when his brother, G. \V Kil? honrti, died, after being away from home about seventeen years. ? Mrs. M. V. Horton is at Ston ega this week visiting Hier sis? ter, Mrs. J. M Young. P. M. Reasor received a tele? gram from Williamson, VY. Va , Saturday staling that his broth? er-ill law, C. II. Jones, an at? torney at that place, was seri? ously ill. Crocket Jones, a brother, and Charlie Reasor. of the C?ve, went there Saturday night. Mrs. W. T Hoi brook, who has been seriously ill with ty? phoid fever for several weeks, died Sunday morning and her remains were sent to Ash Coun? ty", N, C , Monday for burial Her husband took sick about the same time hut he is improv? ing now. When yon arrive opposite the A mil/.u tonight face the 'flaming arc and forward march ?ml v. "Uncle" Jake Bewley, of Bristo), waa among the well known traveling men in town last week. Frank.Haut, of the Sparger Mill Company of Bristol, was among the traveling men in town last week. When Mr. M. K. Oetkins re? turned to the (lap last week he surprised his friends by bring? ing his bride with him (noe Miss Edith Woods,of Hannibal. Mo ) The many friends of Mr. A. II* Reeder will be glad to learn that he is getting along nicely and expects to return to the | (lap soon. Any bills due in P.ig Stone. Gap by T. P. Hagau, deceased,' must he sent to 0. L. Nash ATI ONCE in order to receive con? sideration in the settlement of; this estate. Dr. I'. P. Ort fS-t spending n few days this week at Dryden on professional business. THEATRICAL. All of the people of Big Stone (lap except about 260, missed i the richest picture that has' been shown this year at the Amu/.u by not attending last! Thursday night. "Why tiirls Leave Homo" far surpassed the statements made of it in these' columns, and the management deserves a pat on the hack for j being aide to (j,.t a treat of this kind for its patrons. Big Stone (lap's ?'Little Theatre" has censed to he a "Little Theatre" hu! is a "Real Live Picture Show" with a real live mana? ger. Breed Of The North for tonight is us good as last week's feature although of a different class Breed < >f The North is a feature drama instead of come? dy, in two reels, and with two extra one rin I pictures we will get a four reel attraction that is hard to heat. Begining on Feb. 10th, I In service on Rural Free Delivery Route number 2 from this place will he reversed, service start? ing from the Post Office down towards Turkey Cove, and coin? ing on around by East Stone Gap on return. This was, thought to be advisable on Ac? count of the heavier part of the mail being for the north side of the Route; L. & M. Semi-Mixed Real' Paint. It's If .-w rosily It's the very beat paint that can be produced?because it la com? posed of a standard materials, pure White bead. Ztne and absolutely pure Linseed till. Ituy l gallon mix with it H qoarta of Linseed nil at a cost, A.I cents?and thus make I 8-4 gallons of the finest quality of pine paint ready for use for *d.40 per gallon. Try it?if not satisfac? tory the dealer will return you what you pay for it. ' Sold l>y Kelly Hing Company ?adv. j Special Rug Sale! i THIS WEEK i 1 Great Bargains! -2-_ [j| Anybody who has ever bought HI Rugs from us know that the quality is jU above criticism. We are offering m some exceptionally great bargains in JU this line now and to secure a nice Rug M during this Special Sale would be Hj really a great investment. I W. W. Taylor & Sons p "Tho Store That Srttlatloa" CHATTANOOGA Bottom and Hill Side Plows Is tin: most perfect plow on the market today. Take a kx>k at it before buying. Hamblen Brothers Hardware and Groceries Ware House Completed And now have a complete line of Feed, Lime, Cement and Plaster Pressed and Red Brick i Iwing to the inconvenience of riot having a ware house the past year I haven't carried ;t very large line of heed, Etc., but it is here now in car loatl lots. I will compete with anybody in prices. J >. O. WOIvPB Beveriey, Witt & Co. Su<:.:<!s*0"i to BARRON ?t WITT. Fire. I.nr. Accident andCasuality In? surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. Oftico in hitermonl Building. BIG STONE GAP. VA. Don't Enroll In A Business College UnUI you get our new Catalog We have the largest and bi st equipped lluhiur?? I'iillcgi; in Southwest Virn'im i .mil K.i*' Tcnuriupi* All Commercial llrauohes. Sjuciil Ciiinneir.ial Teacher's Course. Kiiiplnyiiiniit Bureau IteaAonatile ratea for tuition and board Standard Syitema of the world of Shorthand ami Ilookkiyplng. Tlif mo*t for your money. Stenograph?-!* .in.l Bookkeeper* fuinfclied Kusine*? Finns free of charge I >ur new Catalog sent free to those interested. Write or call Nixon Business College, Bristol, Va. We Have Just Received A Nice Line of the n Best and most perfect fit on the market. Come and see them. J. M. Willis & Co.