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When you take pictures use an Eastman and
lake them RIGHT. It's laying up for the Future's supply of happy memories to photograph your fam |y, your friends and your outings. Purchase an Eastman photographic outfit from us, and you will un NO RISK OF LOSING your records on account if inferior materials. The name Eeastman means he best. Kelly Drug Company "Uho S/^exa// tStorc ,OCAL ITEMS. ? ami Mrs. Stevens, ot Roa , were guests at the Monte iSunday. r. itnd Mrs. E. L. < I'Brien, Miisville, ?penl Beveral days ie 1 lap the past week, auk A. Groseolose, a promi attorney of Toms Creek, among the professional in town last week. itorney A. 0. Anderson, of ??. spent several days in 1 last week on professional IK'SS. It, Culhertson, of Coe , ivna n business visitor to Jap last week. . I!, ililliert, a well known ling man of Bristol, was on tho trade in the (tap riday. Kinnnrd, of Middles one of tho most popular iroininent insurance agents gthis way, wan a business to the (lap one day lust u.d Mrs. J.R. Myers, Jr.. tu, were guests at the Vista last week. ike Kllis, a prominent dealer of Salem, was in ist week oh business. . Hiddell has returned to inooga, after a business the i lap. Kitts, a prominent in agent, of Norton, was n one day last, week on S3. SALB?One '?' room cot lit 01x150 feet, fronting 'en.I West Street, in Big lap For particulars ad ? K. Arington, Stonega, Mrs. Pearl Parsons spent Sat and Sunday in Lee County visit ing homefolks. She also wont t<> see her grandmoth; ^, Mrs. Monroe Klanarv, who is critic? ally ill. ('has. Witt, of Uodn, spent Saturday in town visiting rela? tives. Mr. and Mrs. M D. Collier, of Appalachia, were in town Sat? urday to see the hall game. Mrs. Lindsey Horton and baby are at Stonega and Roda this week visiting relatives anil friends. Mrs. J. P. Dougherty and children are in Scott County this week visiting relatives, 1". C. Harwell, manager of Royal Laundry Company, at this place, left Friday for States ville, X. C, where he will spend a few days on business, R. R. Casper spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Norton. Mrs. c. F. Bl?hton returned last Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Birmingham nnd Bristol. Mrs. Sarah A. Horton is visit? ing relatives at Whiteshurg, Tenh. Mrs. (i. B. Southward visited relatives in Norton the past week. .1. B. Dougherty has returned from a visit to relatives in Scott County. J. R. Allen, of the Virginia and Southwestern, of Bristol, was in the city last week on business. Mrs. W. F.. Allen, of Bristol, was in the (lap bint week to see her grandson, Mr. Johnson, of the Interstate, who is ill with typhoid. Soda That Satisfies "Drink In me only with Ihine eye?, And I will pledge wilh mine." Such draughts may quench a poet's thirst, I'll cliuose this Soda fine. Soda should he pleasant to the taste?It should also satisfy thirst. The i Jt our fountain combines all of the good element* |iossible. The soda Khi. the syrup., are right, the Ice cream is amply supplied, and the ser c-i'ltMl. Tastes dill'er. hut no nuittci what drink may bo served here, sure <., l<,. the best of its kind, To fully appreciate the blessing of sl Irj uiip of our delicious Ice Cream Sodas. He sure tu get your share of the good things at our fountain. Meet me at the AtuliiaU Mutual Drug Company Big Stone Gap, Va. M ins Maxine Sterne is visiting1 relatives in Greensboro, N. (.'. Gus. W. Lovell and son, J. Taylor Lovell, of Cincinnati, were visit.u s to the Gap lite past wenk . Dave S. Bowyers, who is well, known in ihe Ninth District, was a visitor to the Gap last I Wenk. Na?. B St .lohn, of Bristol, was in town last week on bnsi no?s K L Poindextcr, of Lynch blirg, spent several iHvs last week in the H ip oil business. \V. H Reeves, of Bristol, vvos calling on the trade in the (Jap hist Thursday. Miss Barker, of (Indsden, Ala, is the the attractive guest of Mrs ('. Blanton ut the Monte Vista, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I,owry, of Notion, spent last Friday in the Gap. S. A. Carrion, of Coeburn, a well known traveling salesman, was calling on the trade in the Gap last Friday. NOTICF.?A pule red heifer has taken up at my place and has been there for about three weeks. Owner can have her by paying for her feed and this advertisement.?D. C. Wil? liams. Sergeant Gray was on the sick list several days last week. Harry B. Price, Jr., of Sto nega, spent Sunday with friends in the Cap. John M. F.wing, of Keokce, spent Sunday in town. W. O. (iloster, of Stonega, was a visitor to the Gap Satur? day. Judge John W. Price, of Bris? tol, was in town last Saturday on professional business. Mrs. J. I.. McCormick and son, Lewis, went to Baleigh, N. C, last week to attend the com? mencement exercises at St. Mary's School, w h e r e her daughter, Miss Florence, is at? tending school. Vivion Mouser is expected to return home this week from Louisville, where be has been attending school the past year. Mr. and Mrs. W. CarnpR, Misses Butli Phor and Bavos and Will Fuller attended the closing exercises of the school at Fast Stone Gap Friday night. Miss Caroline Rhodes, who has been attending school at Madison Hull in Washington, I). 0., returned lo her home in the(Jap Thursday. Misses Ruth McColgan, Mon? ica 11 ueltel and Willie Qaines, Sam Jenkins and Boy Dicket) son chaperoned by Prof, and Mrs. Linsloy, of Norton, motor? ed down to the (Jap Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Horton, Misses Mollie Hard, Ruby Wil? lis, Flint Wright and Prof. (Jen. L. Bex, of Fast Stone Gap, at? tended the show at the AmUZU Theatre Friday night. Mrs. s. A. Bailey, K. F, Bur? gess, Geo. L. Brown, Rev. J. Ii. ('raft, Karl Willis and Jim Veary went over to Clinchport Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. H. Catron. Mrs. John Bailey and baby, of Olinger, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Melissa Slemp in the Gap up near Blue Spring?. W. W. Taylor and Sons have awarded the contract for the erection of their new store build? ing on Wood Avenue to tho In? terstate Building Association of this place, and work will bo commenced on it at once. This will be one of the largest ami best store buildings in town when completed. If will be two stories beside thtbftftrmcnt and built of brick with plato glass front. J. L. Riner, of Wise, deputy treasurer for Wise County, ami W. H. Fletcher, of Dooley , com? missioner of the revenue for tho Western District of Wise Coun? ty, were business visitors to the Gap on Monday. A series of meetings will be? gin Wednesday night at the Methodist Episcopal Church, conducted by Rev. E. G.Gilles pie, pastor, assisted by Rev. Osbourn, of St. Charles. The public is cordially invited. W. B. Kilbourn returned froml Lynchburg last week and re? ports that Mrs. Kilbourn, who' was recently operated on, ia| getting along very well and is on the road to recovery. How ever, following the operation, Mrs. Kilbohrn was in a critical condition and her recovery seemed doubtful for awhile. r" AT THE 3 AMUZ? Don't Forget the S Comedy Matinee | Every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 p. rp. Tho Guild of Christ Church will moot with Mrs. H. K. Rhodes, Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tho Swift's Premium (lam given away at the Amuzu on Monday night wiih won by Miss Alma Well?. The winning number, otr>K.".i, was purchustd Wednesday night of last week. Tho Rig Stone (lap and Keo kee base ball teams will play nn oxhitntion game on the local | diamond today (Wednesday). Both teams are exceptionally strong and some good playing! is anticipated; game will be| called at 3:30 sharp. J. ?. Fuller spent a couple ofl days last week in Knoxville on | business. Miss Mary Templeton, of Wuynosboro. Va., iR the attrac? tive guest of Mrs. J. W. Chalk ley in the (lap thin week Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Irvine at? tended tho closing exercises of the Fast Stone (lap High School Friday night where Mr. Irvine delivered the address to the graduating class. Mrs. James Camblos (nee Miss Margaret Bnllit | spent a few days at Kcokee last week with her sister, Mrs. J. K. Tag gart. Miss Corrio Long spent several dnys at Wise hist week attending the Wise High School commencement. Mrs. ,1. 1'. Wolfe and son, Peter, Jr., Miss Sara Currell, Miss Mish and Miss Irma Orr and Miss Lanham motored up to Norton Saturday to attend the tield day athletics. Misses Thelma Baker, Launa Marrs, Mary and Bruce Skeen, Corrie and (Irace Long spent Saturday at Norton. Miss Gladys Canter, of Mid dletown, Va., but who has been attending school at Sullins Col? lege in Bristol, is spending several days in the (lap with her uncle and aunt, Rev. und Mrs. W. N. Wagner. Miss Virginin Slcmp, who has been tenching in the Fast Stone (lap public School the past year, roturned to her home at Fsservillo Friday. Mrs. F. E. Qoodloe and son, Edward, Jr., returned Friday morning from a two weeks visit to relatives in Atlanta, Georgia. .Miss Mary Pennington, ofj Pennington Gap, is visiting | Miss Thelma and Maty Baker in the Gap this week. Mrs. Sally A. Bailey's music pupils will give a recital in the Public School auditorium Thursday evening, beginning promptly at 8:110. Tho program will he found elsewhere in this paper. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. There is no| admission. Mr. and Mrs. Travo Olinger, j of Olinger, were shopping in j tho Gap Saturday. Mrs. W. M. Slomp and Mr. and Mrr. Joe T?te, of tho Covo, attended the moving pictures in tho Gap one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Carter and | Miss Nemo Vineyard and Prof. Akers motored up to Norton I Friday night, in Mr. Carter's car to the Wise County High] Schools Declamation contest. GOLF TOURNAMENT Tho Annual Handicap Golf Tournament of the Mountain Golf Club was Btarted last week. Thoro were twenty-four names entered for this Tourna? ment for the Spaulding Handi? cap Cup, which ie to be played off as soon as possible The winners of this cup will have their name engraved on same and after having won the cup throe times becomes owner of it. All members are expected to play off their first match during this week. With some women, cooking is just plain drudgery, discomfort, dissatisfaction and hard work. I hoy arc slaves to the common cook stoves in their kitchens. They turn, twist, push pans up and down, from one side of the ovens to the other, in an effort to hake appetizing foods. They pour fuel into the greedy fire I'ox in an effort to get good results. Hut the stove simply refuses to operate properly. A Favorite Range would abolish all this bother at a stroke, and would save one-third on fuel bills, too. It would pay for itself in a few months and ?nable you to savo money and cut down household expenses. Face this cooking question now, and decide it right with a Favorite Range. W. W. Taylor & Sons Big Stone Gap's Fav? orite Store. Reduced Prices On - in Millinery ill We are now offering our Millinery at one-third off. You should t.ske advantage of this opportunity and ? SID ?et your summer hat cheap. AH the latest styles rgj and shapes to select from. 151 J. M. Willis & Company Big Stone Gap, Va. jsj Car Load Stoneware Arrived This Week 1 1 I IS 1 have just received the largest shipment of Stone? ware ever brought to Big Stone Gap. The assortment* ;j| is complete, there being all sizes from one pint toten jallon jars. On account of buying in carload lots I will lie able to give you some good bargains, pay you to look this line over. It will r>. O. WOLFE |lsijg|?aa3?g^^ Radford Summer Normal The lUill'.iril Summer Normst will offer all the courses usually ollVml in sum iner normals for Professional lertltliaus Courses will also heofloreil in preparation for examinations tor first, second ?od third grade certificates, Renewal of some forms of certificates Is granted for attendance Kree tuition to all teachers. Itpgu Inr Bummer quarter of eleven weeks will also he offered with credit toward certifi? cate. Excuses very moderate Send for catalogue. J. P. McCONNELL, Prosiclent, Eas?. Radford, Va. KELLY DRUG CO. ? Drugs ? Pe.ints ? and Oils Own Paint! jjj YOU WILL SAVE 60 cts. PER GAL. this is now Buy 4 gals. I? & M. SEMI-MIXED HEAE C UM , at $2.10 per gal. - $8.40 And 3 gals. Linseed Oil to mix with it - - - 2.10 You then make 7 gals, of pure paint for - - $10.50 It's only $1.50 per gal. Anybody can mix the OIL with the PAINT. Whereas, if you buy 7 gals, of ready-for-use paint in CANS, you puy $2.10 a gal. or $14.70. Th* I. tv M. SEMI-MIXED HEAL PAIST it PURE WHITE LEAD. ZISC mul LISSEEO ML, the t>ej(-*7ioien patni maltrivls tor IOO ?.-.? . Use a tjnl. oat of any L&M.PAINT yon buy, and It not the best point n<nde, the ??-?Int und net ALL your money back. Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies Ifrom the Wise Printing Company.