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Before we bought our school supplies we took particular care to learn exactly what the children would need in each grade. We purchased just what is necessary for them; the kind that would give the best satisfaction and last the longest. Come straight to our drug store for all your wants in school supplies as well as drug store sun? dries. We have what you want and the prices are reasonable. Kelly Drug Company Zj/ic Sftcxa// Store We give you what you ASK for. LOCAL ITEMS. Dr. W. II Williams ami A. I, ( lark, prominent citizens of iclilnnds, wen- visitors to Dig tone i lap last week. II S. Qralinm, of Norton, ami i M, Vicars, of Wise) worn along tlio professional men in ?wn tin- latter part of last reek. \V, II. liodgkins was down r.iin Norton Thursday. Charles B, Pax ton, of the 'axton Lumber (Jompany, Iristol, was in town last Th?rs ay on business. V A Grosaclnsa, a prominent tlorney of Toms Crook, was in imn last Tbursday on pro t-fiionnl business. ? \V. I*. Hooves, of Dristol, will several days in town last eek. M. 11. 0ruber has returned mil a ten days' vnCUtioil spent ith Mrs. < Iriiber in Hristol. Walter Bovbrly and Georgo onbuck came down from Nor in Thursday on business. ?I W Wntson, of Richmond, ;ii among the traveling men town last week. A. II. Pettigrow, of Bristol, its in town last Wednesday. Hon. 1.1'. Kane, of < late < lily , w in town last week on bnsi WAR IS IIKI.L. -ailv. W, II. Gildorslnnvn lias re? ined to Johnson City after n ?eks' stay in tin- (lap on busi 'tis Mouser, vice president of ' Stonegn Coke and Coal 'Sipony, left last wook on a tlne8fl trip south, harlos P. Hagau, of Hristol, ?among the prominent busi ?111011 in town last week. Britl F. Smith has returned from a ten days' vacation snout with relatives in Petersburg Attorney II. II. Shelton, of Bristol, was among the profes? sional men in town last week. Messrs. .I I'. Horne and John (Swing attended tho dance nt Stonega hist Friday night. The brick work on W. W. Taylor Ot Sons new two story hrick building ?n Wood Ave? nue is completed and it is being covered this week. When com? pleted this will he one of the best store buildings in the Gap, .1. (I, Falter, of the popular mercantile Ii r m o f Kuller Brothers, returned Friday from a business trip to Baltimore and New York. WAR is II F.I. I., -adv. II. II. Baton, of the Mitchell Hardware Company, of Bristol, was among the traveling men in town last week. It. I.. Qaut, of the Sparser Mill Company, of Bristol, was Calling on the trade in the 'lap last week. .1. (i. Hann and wife, of Bris? tol, were in town last Friday. W. F. Mently, representing Huntsman Brothers, Itristol, was calling on the trade in the I lap last Friday. The many friends of .1. F. Mil mi and family will regret to h aru that they are thinking of leaving Bin stone Qnp. While they have not fully decided it is probable that they will pur? chase a farm in Ohio and move to that state. .1 i'. Kuller was confined to his room a few days this week with stomach trouble. Mrs. W. F. Crowder and chil? dren returned Sunday from an extended visit to relatives and friends at Blulf City, Tenh. Pleasing Perfumes [Tiere are many desirable. Iii?li class odors, but in ting a perfume for regular use you should select "lie that pleases your own sense of smell. We select perfumes, the products of the best lab? oratories in America and Europe, and can please you. All goods are fresh and high grade and we sell uiem at right prices. Critical users of perfume who are tconomical in their buying, enjoy making selections lere. Come in and sample some of the new and popular odors. MUTUAL DRUG CO. BIG STONE GAP, VA. WANTED?Position in Geu-| oral Mercantile Store nt> Mau [ager. Fifteen years experience in Merchandising. Host possi? ble references. Address, Man? ager, Box :?'.(>, Richmond, Va. Miss Renter, who has been nursing Mrs 0. I. Wade for some time, returned to her homo in Louisville hist Satur? day. Miss Kreula Graber.of Louis? ville, is the ?tuest ,,f \|r?. 1. Wade ami Mr. M. II. (1 ruber. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn W. Chalk ley ami little son spent Satur? day in Bristol having their lit lie liny treated for tonsilitis Elkanah Flunury, of Dot, Lee County, spent n few days in town last werk on business and visiting his sister, Mrs. Pearle Parsons. Mr. and Mrs.Millard Flunnry, of Dry den, came to town Fri? day in their Ford ear and were the guests of relatives the re? mainder of the week. WAR IS HELL.- adv. Mr. and Mrs. Trave Olinger, [of Olinger, spent Friday in the < lap Shopping. Miss Gustavn Parsons, who is teaching at Roaring Fork, spent the weekend with her parents near the L, & N. depot. Mi. and Mrs.Millard Flanary, of Dryden, spent a few days in town last week with their aunt, Mrs. c. L. Kambien. Judge and Mrs. 11. A. W. Skeen and children spent Sun day in the Cove with Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Skeen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hatcher (nee Miss Rebecca Heuser), of Harold. Ky., are spending sev? eral days with relatives in the < 'ove. Mrs W. M. Stomp anil Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hatcher mntoreil up to the Gap from the Cove Wednesday and spent a few hours in the I lap. Miss Elizabeth Connor, who is a nurse in one of the leading hospitals in Norfolk, is spend ing several days with her sister, Mrs. .1. II. Pierpoint, on Imbo den Hill. Mrs. ,I.S. Johnson and son, Joseph, spent several days last week visiting relatives in (llo morgan. Miss Josephine Shields, of Roanoke, was the attractive fliest of lier sister, Mrs. Garrel! Scott, at her apartments in the Touruine Flats last week. Mrs. G. Van Gordor returned to her home near the fix tract Works Wednesday after a few weeks' vsiit to relatives in Mid dlesboro. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Camp nee Miss Madge Dingoss) left Fri? day for Roanoke, where they will spend several days visiting Mr. Camp's parents before re? turning to Dante, where they will make their future home. Mrs. G. I.. Taylor spent sov eral days in Norton last week visiting her uncle, F. 11. Ould. Miss Margaret Bnrron spent a few days this week in F.sser ville visiting her cousin, Mrs. (lillen waters. I. T. Gilly was down from Roda a few hours Sunday visit? ing bis mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Gflly. Frank Mahaffey, of Rogors ville, Tenn., is in town this week visiting friends and rela? tives. Born to Mr. mid Mrs. Dave Patton, on last Friday night, a 11 pound boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, in the valley above town, on lust Thursday, a boy. S. .). Moore, of Charlottsville, is in town this week looking after the construction work of tho Virginia and Tennessee Telephone Company. WAR IS HELL?adv. W. B. Fuller left last week for New York City, where be will spend several days buying fall and winter stock for Fuller Brothers at this place. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Bostic returned last Thursday from a week's visit to relatives in Rus? sell County. They made the trip in their new Ford touring car. Mrs. J. M. Young and son, Gordon, of Stonega, spent Sat? urday and Sunday in town, the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alsover returned last week from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Maueb Chunk, Pa. Next Tuesday Night SEPTEMBER 1st Nu. II of the Adventure* of Kalblya 'THE FORCED PARCHMENT" Tin- moot thrilling of tin- mtU-? IO and 15 cents Don't Miss It tint) Two More of the Serie? alter this one. Misses Nemo Vineyard, Vir? ginia Beverly ami Rachel Craft attended tlx' dedication of the Itaptist Church at Appalachia Sunday morning. Miss Glesaie Gilly Bpcnt Kri day at Blockwood, whore Hin? will te?ch this earning HesRion. Mr?. Robert Amoa and chil? dren, of Bodo, are aponding a few days in the Cap with her parents, Mr. ami .Mrs. James Body. Miss Elizabeth Adams, of Norton, spent several days in the Cap lust week visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. V. Wells. Miss <)ra Rush, of Bristol, ar? rived in the Dap Friday ami will spend several days visiting Miss Janet Bailey and her brothers, J. W. and E. K. Bush, at Appalachia. WAR IS HELL.?adv, Miss Nora Vouell, of I'linger, was shopping in the < lap Satnr day. Mrs. T. J. Palmer, of BontK town, visited her sister, Mrs. J. C. Puller, in the liap the past week. Miss Snrah Cochran left Mod day for Charlottesville, where she will spend a few weeks with relatives. Miss R?th Jones left Satur? day for Castlewoods. where she will spend a month visiting rel? atives there ami other points in Bttssell county. Mrs. John J. Reasor, of the Cove, was shopping in the Dap' Pridoy. Mr. and Mrs. \\ . C. Taylor, of Appalachia, were visiting their daughter, Mrs. .1. C l?il lor, in the Gap the past week. I Mr. ami Mrs. .1. I,. McCor mick loft Tuesday morning for j Kno.vville, where they will spend a few days visiting rela? tives. Mr. and Mrs. Deo. B. Marrs ami childron left Friday morn? ing for their new home at lllark Mountain where Mr. Marrs is superintendent of the mines there. Mrs. B. M. Beters, of Bristol, spent a few days the past week in the Dap visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Puller. Miss Ida Noe, who spent u Couple of weeks visiting rela? tives ut Stonega, returned to her home at Cadet last week. The ice cream supper given by the ladies of Kast Big Stone Dap at Highland Park on last Saturday night was a decided success. It was well attended and patronized. The proceeds went for a charitable cause. Mrs. G. 0. Poracre, of Char? lotte, N. C. arrived in the Dap Wednesday in her son's (who is general manager of the Southern Railroad Company I private car and will spend a few days in the Dap visiting her neiee, Mrs. E. K. Goodloe. Mrs. K. M. Kuller, of Speers Perry, visited her son, J. C. Puller, in the Dap this week. WAR IS HELL.?adv. Mrs. I.imlsey and daughter Miss Elizabeth Adams, of Nor? ton, are visiting Mrs. Lindsey's sister, Mrs. Martin Wells, this week. Mrs. Krank Berry, Mrs. Richard Biere and Miss Kate Carroll, of Atlanta, On., who have been spending a few weeks in the Gap the guests of Mrs. P. E. Goodloe, at her beautiful home on Poplar Hill, returned to their homes Monday. Mr. Cloud and daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth, of Charlotts villo, who have been spending several weeks with Mrs.Cloud's brothers, W. T., J. M. und P. E. Goodloe, returned to their home Saturday. IS HELL ?/?ich Tbl? Spsc* El I Vudor Porch Shades Porch Furniture Swings , W. W. TAYLOR & SOWS, UM j Piedmont Business College Students From Twenty CoIIoros In Sovoti Statos j|j h&vt* been placed hy us hi jitxxl poeittons Seven "'alls one day; sis position* ? ??Ii*' week, Thirty Students r-rom Six Colleges In Throo Status i5 have mitte recently ikecepted dealrable p>m>ltliuii<, j??yi11? mm h a.* il.otsi. p Miaa llarrla, V.?, Si Im Mtoa, Mim . Miaa Simpson. Si, tad Mr, rergu son. Tcim , pave taken permanent uint substitute portion* since l?.?t report Students Enrollod From Eloven Statos 5? A young insu from Oregon Is now od bis way t" Piedmont Two young |g men front Texas wilt conto tioxt week, Twonty-Two Students Enrollod Since July 1st tg Mr. Martin, of Floyd County, came laal week, and Mr Hhattklln, of Weal S ?Virginia, enrolled r'rlday. Ton-Thousand Largo Now Haiidsomo Catalogues H will.n lir ready for froo distribution". Everyone Interested in a business cdlieatlon shoiihl have u copy. Write us a |K>s|al for yimra today Our Spucial September Crodlt Proposition g will appeal to tou scholarships sold on orctlll Itepay IIO.IW monthly from IS Milarv. Positions Guaranteed $50 to $75 start y we give wrhteii contracU to this eiTect, and promise to forfeit tuition If we 5) fail to comply. Fall Sosston Opons Soptonibor 1st. I !.iitiimk is l?si per ,-fui better than last. year. September enrollment M means an early spring poattlou, A courses! I'ledmonl ?III double your H salary The I'ledtnonl t'ropared are Preferred, Determine yritl will lie one fcjj and write us today for September offer I W. P. MUSICK. Pros. SAM JACK MUSICK, Mgr. |i 307-311 Rivormont Ave. Lynchburg, Va. ffiasi swj?aeiaB?'fiaa?S^ o)l?! H B ci WSsWBta^tVa HWMffWB? HB Wo Will Have isi m m Nice Fresh Fish On Friday and Saturday of each week from now on. Wo Guarantee Our Fish to bo Frosh nod In Excellent Condition. E. F. BURGESS PHONE 63 I] Ii m IS] m ll tSl p 151 WHAT BUSINESS COLLEGE? Incffi^lcnthuViie?? colli? or Ihr ... .allc.l cmniucn.? mm S'n ?chool uUSrUsea Ii- ???s points. Careful Invclla illim iloni ( / H0.4HGKE t'/RG/.V/A \^ J ?_ \ Commticial Scliocl ol Ihc hljber ruder. The ont bit; Huslncit Coli??? ol V irflnla 11I Hi, chits, ?;; Ina anJ OtSet Depattsi BanMna as mtUaed hy th? P?l Unokkespina init Commercial Cnnrsc ling aon. I..' ihi E, M. COULTIER. Pro3.. Roanoke. Va Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Agricultural and Mechanical College BLACKSBURG. VIRGINIA Thirteen degree courses in Acriaulturn. Engineering and Applied Sciaiiaa Two-Year course in Agrloulturc and Barmera' Winter Coursea. J. D. EGGLESTON, President Apply to Registrar for catalogue.