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Mosquitoes and Hies are no longer a joke. They
live in swamps and foul places and feed on pois? oned decaying matter. When they do get a "whack" at a real healthy person they are apt to cause con? tagion. So the thing to do is to PREVENT conta? gion. Come to us and get the things to do this. We can help you. Kelly Drug Company "Ufte exalt Store We give you what you ASK for. LOCAL ITEMS. Otis MoUser returned Friday from a business trip south* Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Taggar* lefl !usi week for Richmond, Va . where Mrs. Taggnrt will undergo an operation. Mise Lassie McNeil, Miss Jones, Dii Burks and Mrs. Dobyns, of Norton, were in town Sunday. II. It. .Jones, of Cincinnati. km in the city last week on Imsiness. Mr-. Ramsey and daughter, Miss Mary, returned Saturday from a delightful visit to rela livee in Qreehsbury, Pa. Mrs. Karl Stoehr and little ?on returned Saturday from a vigil tn relatives in Washing Ion City. .1. L. Moore was up from Mid ijlesboro Saturday. A W. Robinson and W. s. Kilgore, of Hlackwood, were in tin- i-it v Saturday. J. W. Watson, of Richmond, was among the traveling men in the (lap Saturday. I>. M. Hodges, the popular ?tut?" manager of the State Life Insurance Company, of Indiana returned Sunday from a visit to Indianapolis, Misses Retta Thompson aud Virginia Beverley returned Fri day from a delightful visit to Dryden. Mrs. ('. I. Wade, of Cliristian liing, arrived in the (lap Sain, 'luv night to be wit h heir daugh? ter, Mrs C. I. Wade, Jr., who il ill with fever. Mrs. II. R. (Jibson returned in her home at Richmond, Ky. 1 M week after spending soverj ?Idaya here visiting her pai 'nts, Dr. and Mrs. I). 1?'. Orr. Watt Green wan down from Wise Saturday to sec tho bail Igame between Hig stone flap and Keokee I Ohas. Duffy, Jr., and Gordon I Young, of Stonega, spent a few i hours in town in Sunday after !noon. The ladies of the M. K. Church will have on sale at Highland Park, Sandwiches, CotTeo, Ice I ream and I lake this I Wednes? day! evening from t to 10 o'clock. The Athletic Park is nil astir this week, preparatory to cur? ing for the immense crowds that will be here on next Friday and Saturday to celehrate lb nation's greatest holiday. .Mrs W. N. Wagner and,|a. ter spent Thursday in Noj?n Misses Mabel IUU\ Florence McCormter?ttonded the hall game at bt? a Thura. day. Mrs. 11. R. Cb8on of ui(,n_ mond, Kv , lu-r(>l?,.,?.,, l(1 hor ,!"ln" .,l.t7 'ponding several days with bfc y,mrenttt ,,r. and .Mrs. I?. t' Jrr atthis place. j Mrs H.w Merriman and M.l?' * Parkey, of Jones. v,,l8< w; visit Mrs. M. V. Hor? ton an.lamj|v lhis week Mr- bd Mrs. It. J. Carrier, j Sun. motored down Satnr rtllv;o see the ball game. r. and Mrs. John Carnes. of '/folk, are visiting Mr. 1 '?ne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ! V H. Carnes in the Cap this Wk. Miss Corrie Long is visiting elatives at Chatani Hill. Va. ft, D. Acres, of Snowville, VTa., one of our popular High School teachers, returned Sun? day night and will teach a class here during the summer. When You ;hink of Drugs -Thi^x of 123 During warm weaier it in nftnn inconvenient to go Shopping. Make knn\( V()1|r drug store wants to us by |?l.e and we'll save >u- tjme nntj trouble of coming to our store in person. OUR FREEDELiVERY SERVICE is a part of our up <"l(Ue business-getting system and wt ? rant our custoinerto milk(. fu|| ?Sl. ,,f it. Our goods an fresh and of aupf;or qUanty. We want your drug business. Our drug ore ;? ymlr ,i0,,r ',st Phone?123 MUTlAL DRUG CO. B} STONE GAP. VA. V_ and want to Qrand ?fand seats for July 4th on salo atC S.Carter's store. .lohn McMullen, of Tuzewell, is visiting his familv at the home of Rev. W. N. Wagner. Jim Johnson, who was con? fined to his room last week, it out again. Mr. and Mrr. Harry J. Bur nett, of Dorchester, spent the week eud with Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Winston in the (Jap. Miss Alice Bruce, who was a delegate for the Kp worth League at Abingdon, returned and gave us some very interest? ing points on leugne work Sun? day night. Mrs. .1. M. Young, of Stonega, spent Friday in town with rela? tives. Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Wins? ton spent Thursday in Dor? chester with Mr. "and Mrs. Harry J. Burnett. Mrs. ViltiH Wells, Mrs. W. L. Jones and Miss Mattie Nickles spent Friday on Wallen's Ridge. .Mrs. J. L. McCormick went out with the camp lire girls for two nights last week near Master's Springs. Jack Cos has returned from Florida anil will spend several weeks with relatives here. Dr. 1. I'. Martin and daugh? ter, Mary Blair, spent last week Coeburn and Kingsport, ITenn. (J. R. Mtirrs. who is superin? tendent of t ho mines ut Black Mountain, spent the week-end with his family at this place. 1-'. (\ Whitehead, the popular I telephone manager, spent Sut-' I day in Norton. This is the time of year w everybody likes to take r off ami have a little fij 1 amusement. If von ?*' have a good time; - self and seethe jft, J > ,j Kest crowd yoiever8||w |? ?j, your hfe, me? arrange? ments rjght^ t?, come to Big Stone (Jaj Mrs l,a' .. ?j.,f> in. K. Fletcher and cou?F*?l0 0,lnK8r- ,,f *** . f, are visiting Dr. and ' .vi. 0. (iiltlier ill the Cove Miss Anna Marrs, at Blue fringe. J. M. Young, of Stonega, was in town on business last week. Wise siemp, of Cumberland I tap is visiting liomefolks at Blue Springs. We are glad to hear that Miss| Margaret Petitt, who was operated on for appendicitis at' Louisville last week, is improv-1 ing. Mrs. Karl Stoehr, who has been visiting relatives in Wash? ington, D, c, has returned home. Miss Nannie Hamilton, of Norton, spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs Martin Wells, at this place. W. K. Lindsey, a prominent Cincinnati traveling salesman, spent Sunday in the <iap with relatives and friends. J. L. Riner, of Wise, deputy treasurer for Wise County, was u business visitor to the (lap last week. Mr. Sam Wentherly and children, of Louisville, Ky., are visiting relatives and friends in the (lap. S. Lake F.llis, a prominent lumber dealer of Salem, was a business visitor to the flap this week . Willard Young, of Wilming? ton, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ('reveling, of Black wood, spent Sunday in the (lap. F. A. Powell, of Atlanta, was among those in the (lap tho first of the week. Miss Bdith Batlard returned last week from u visit to rela? tives and friends in Bristol. W. S. Palmer, of Keokee, was a business visitor to the (iap last week. 8. P. Riddle, of (Tintwood, w;in in town Friday. Prof. J. N. Hillman, of Ooe burn, superintendent of schools for Wise county, was in town last Thursday on professional business. A. IL Pierson, of Washington City, was a visitor in ihe Gap last Thursday, W. W. Driver, of Hunting ton, W. Va., spent Sunday in Big Stone (Jap. There will be lots of fine free attractions, the best in the world, at the big celebration at Big Stone Gap. Come and help your neighbors enjoy them. AMUZU i? - NIGHT "Bioncbo Billy's Bible" knclersnn's Masterpiece Misr.t.Scli? Pictoral News To-olfbl. and IO Cents The I Stone JJLY 3rd and 4th: 'Love, Luck and Gasoline" ; Coated* Picture ever pro uced in Three Heels. fjEELS IN ALL -6 >ig celebration at Big ap on July Third ami Fnurtrwill eclipse anything of I its km ever hold in Southwest Virgin i ami is well worth com |ing mt y miles t.i see. 0. 1> Mien, of the Twin City Mills, l-isiol, was among the travelis men in the (lap last week. I J. WJCnmpbeil, of Middles boro, wh in town last Wednes? day, j Kranit 1'. Ninneginer, of the HarrowIcott Milling Company, of Hristl, was calling on the trade inJhe Gap last week. .1 M byd, of Cleveland. Wat in the DC last Wednesday. J. S. I rks, of St. 1.ouis >V |, stoppin^at the \i.v ? v,;,;, last VC r I' \i ednesuay. Jy.lrs. W. F.. l.owe and sister. Miss Harris, of F.lon College, arrived in the flap last week on a visit to Mr. l.owe, chief clerk of the Interstate Railroad Com? pany. .1. s. Akers. of Kuoxville,I was a business visitor to the] < lap last week . W. I?. Fuller spent a few days j the past week at Bbndtown on I businei S on should not fail to sec the grand military parade on the morning of duly Ith. Be sine and come early ami see this tine feature of the grand celebration at Big Stone I lap II H. Pressley,of Cincinnati,! spent several days in the Gap last week. Charles Bblldurunt, a promi? nent coal operator of St .Charles, was in town last week on busi? ness. Ohas. A. Williams, a Kuox? ville traveling salesman, was among the knights of the grip| in the f lap the pan week W. 11. Uildorsloeve, of .lohn I son City, was a business visitor I to Big Stone (lap sin.inr last | issue. Chas. A. Shobe, a well known Kuoxville traveling salesman, was among the guests at the Monte Vista last week. Mr. Kaylor and Miss Mc? Kenzie, of Appalachia, were guests of Miss Lttla Moore at Highland Park Sunday. J. C. Fuller returned tilts | week from a businss trip Jenkins, Ky., where bis linn I runs a large mercantile stnn The ball game on July Fourth for the Atheletic Association Cup will be one of the hardest fought games ever played in ibis country, ami tin- team that wins this cup will have to do some hard playing. This part of the big celebration alone is well worth your time ami money to come and see. W. C. .lessee was taken ill] with fever on last. Saturday and j was taken to the hospital at Stonega Sunday morning for| treat ment. Mrs. (reorge Sewell and child- j ren, of Middlesboro, are visit-1 ing her parents, .Itulgeand Mrs. H. A. W . Skeen, in the Gap, and I will spend several weeks here. M. H. Graber has purchased, lots on Poplar Hill near the] residence of M. K. Kelly and i will erect a handsome six room California bungalow on them this summer. F, Drepnen, general manager of the Stonega Coke and Coal Company, spent Sunday with his family at Jenkins, Ky. He will move his family to the Gap within the next few weeks, ami they will occupy the Reeder residence on Poplar Hill. The local state military com? pany, recently organized in Big Stone Cap, will take part in the big celebration here on the Third and Fourth. They make a tine showing and will inter est the largo crowds that will be here on these days. >9 Removal Sale! One-Third Off Before moving into our new business house this fall we are going to close out our goods at one-third off from the regular price. Everything in our store will be reduced and this will be the greatest opportunity of a life time for you to ?et such great bargains. . t all and get sonic prices on our goods and you will be convinced of what we say. W. W. Taylor & Sons |^ Big Stone Gap, Va. American Beauty Corsets ?.'American Scaulv Corsets ^ e have n full line of this famous brand, rices tili? week 30c to .fJ.CH). Hats Below Cost J. P. Wolfe and Company Successors In J. M. Willis & Co. Big Stone Gap. Virginia Wo still have a seloct line of Hat? that that itlllBl no regardless of cost. _ E. F. BURGESS PHONE 63 fell 151 ? Isi raj M ISl LSI m Isi COMPLETE LINE OF Groceries fin is f[Pi r-,i fd] E] |3 S3 r^fc] [d] ty fa i^i-s;.TS_s^r^ S] r^tyi^ EM ^i Bargains in Low Shoes AT D. C. WOLFE'S have a line o( low Shoes left yet which will be sold te gardless of ? <>st, and all other Summer Goods will be sold at a bargain. Sfillor St i'ftw 11xit *s that others sell tor $1.50, will be sold at 50c. WHY DREAM OF IMPOSSIBLE AMBITIONS? i lomothlng ?uro. liuslne&a education oners the beet solution of a successful life work. N'<> limit to possibilities. Professions are overcrowded. 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