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^^s^? ~~~~ P^. I -?o**"^ ^s!^ No home should be without a full supply of household remedies. ANY HOUR the children may hurt themselves or contract some contagious dis? ease. A sickness arrested in time is never so se? vere or dangerous. Let us warn you to be prepar? ed for any emergency?not because we want to sell medicines and druggists' supplies, but because you really OUGHT to hove them. Kelly Drug Company Ohc ffioxa// Store We give you what you ASK for. LOCAL ITEMS. IW. \V. Driver,ofHuntington, V. Va., was calling on the rode ni theUap Monday. Mrs. Pi B. Kline anil Mis* Hath McOolgan, <>f Norton, neri visitors to the Qap Mon lay. 11. II. Katon, nf Bristol, was inning tin; traveling moil in IWO I his week. tiny Button, <>r Philadelphia, ipeut eeveral days in the Gap ,i<i week. VV, .1. Hunter, of Johnson ,'ity, was a visitor to the city Monday. John Qrosoeloso returned kloaday from a ten davs trip to S'orfolk. I V*. .lessee, who holds a ronunonl position in the gen ?rul nltlces of the Norfolk & iVesti rn Railway, at Kounoke, ? ipmiding his vacation here i ith homefolks, Qeorge A. Throne, nf the Un lerwond Typewriter Company, wan ii \ isitor to I he city last k. Attorneys VV. II. Bond and K P. Bruce, of Wise, were in town Monday on business. 8, VV. fJoleihan was over from lato City Tuesday on business. II M. Iloskins and S. I), lion, 'or, prominent lumber men of Bristol, were in town Monday. J, U. l.egg, of Pennington, ?n? in town the first of the *eek Mn M. 1). Collier and little ter, Nadine, of Appnln liclna, spent Saturday after U'">ii in town. Rev. and Mrs. .las. Smith ?ere quite sick a few davs last week. Mr. nbd Mr. 1- L Witt, of Osaka, spent Sunday in town visiting relatives. Rev. Uubard Lloyd spent Thursday and HYidaj in Bris? tol. Miss Madge Money, art teacher in th?> Jonesyillo high school, spout Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, <!. Muncy. W. B. Kilhourne and two daughters, Misses Mary and Blanch, ami Letch Hilly, of Norton, motored to Dryden Sunday, where they spent a few hours with relatives. Dr. .1. A. tiilmer purchased a Kord touring car from 0. C. Long last week. Mis. II. RJ. Boned lot, and daughter. Miss Sophia, are in MiddloRboro this week visiting friends. Miss Vergie Napier and little hrothor, Slunrt, of Turkoj Cove, spent Saturday anil Sunday in town visiting the family of W. T. Mahaffoy. Mrs. I'earle I'arsons spent Sal unlay and Sunday in Lee coun? ty visiting homofolks. Miss Bess Voting,of Stouoga, was in town Saturday visiting relatives. ('. M. Billion.of Koanoke, has returned to Big Stone Gap to rcaccept a position as prescrip? tion pharmacist for the Kelly Drug Company, after an ab? sence of about a year. Mrs. S. A. Bailey and niece, Kill It Barren attended the coun? ty fair at Wise Tuesday. Mrs. Klan G illy, of Bast Stone (lap, was shopping in the (lap Saturday. Misses Winifrey and Daniels, teachers in the Kast Stone (lap School, were shopping in the Gap Saturday. SATISFYING SWEETS fo thoroughly enjoy candy you must (eel that it is pure and wholesome. It is not only necessary that it be made from the best materials and under sanitary conditions, but it must also be kept tree from contami? nation while in stock. We sell BLANK'S BON BONS, CHOCOLATES and specialties. In boxes and in bulk. Our candies ;trc pure, they are clean and they are delicious. Just the kind that will please your wife or sweetheart. Of course, the children like candy, too. MUTUAL DRUG CO. BIG STONE GAP, VA. I Mrs, John Omer and Mrs. M. D Collier, of Aptmlachin, wore 6 nipping iti the (J:ip Saturday. Miss Irma Orr spent sev? eral days in Bristol last (weik visiting friends. Mr and Mrs. Robert Howard, of Piueville, K> . are spending b f.-w days in tlie Hap visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stone. Miss Rhoda Jones', of Keokee, Is spending a few days in the Gup visiting relutivts, Mrs. Ceo. L. Taylor und little son, .lames Pidkj spent last week in Hie Cove with her father, J. K. P. Hamm. Milses Ruby Kemper, Olga Horton, Rettu Thompson, Mrs Sadie Lau hum and Prof. lt. H. Aken; motored up to \Yis.. Mon? day morning to attend the teachers' meeting. Misses Janet Bnilev, (lluilvs and Myrtle Wolfe, Olossio ful? ly and Kitlie Horton are at tending the teachers' tueotiug at Wise this week. Misses Nell VanGorder, Sara Shields, Emma Duncan, Mrs. W. L. Draper, and Prof. A. J. Wolfe, teaehere in the public school here, are attending the teachers' meeting at Wise this week Misses Edna Stewart, Mollie Hurd, Maxie Shepherd and Ruby Willis, of Bast Stone < iap, are attending the teachers' meeting at Wise this week. Mrs. Malcolm Smith spent Friday in Appnlachia shop? ping. \N . ti. Lane, who has been visiting his family here for a couple of weeks, returned to Gary, \V, Va., last Thursday. WANTED:?To buy small farm from one to ten miles of Big Stone Gap. Address J. J. Ramey, Bin Stone i lap. Va. 30 31. Miss Bess Gilly, of Stonego, spent Saturday in I he (lap shop? ping. Mrs. A. I). Owens and daugh? ter, Virginia, is visiting rela? tives in Cinciuuti this week. Misses Winifrey, Danielsjl Spangler, Myrtle Kiggs, Kara Wright, and Zollie Balmer, and Profs, Bray and Box, teachers in the East Stone (lap school, are attending the teachers' meeting at Wise. Judge and Mrs. Henry C. Me? li..well, of Lynchburg, tiro the guests of Mrs. I. W. Fox ami family in the (lap this week. Dorinda Lucele Wandte ClarkstOU is the name of a line little girl born to Mr. anil Mrs. c. E, Olarkston, of Turkey < 'ove, last week. The devotional meeting of the W o m a 11' 8 Missionary Society will be held at Hip church Thursday Oct. 1, in the ladies' parlor. A full attend? ance is desired. James W. Kox, of New S ork, is visiting homt-lolks in the (lap this week. H. P. N oting, assistant pur? chasing agent for the Stonegn Coke sind Coal Company, re? turned Saturday night froth a ten days vacation trip to Lou don and other points in Ken? tucky. Mrs. J. E. Burnt entertained on last. Wednesday for dinner, Mr. and Mrs. I), b'. 1 irr und daughter, Miss Irma, and Prof. Akera. Tom Pearson spent Saturday in Jonesville attending the fair. Prof, and Mrs. H. L. Sulf riilgo, of Appalachta, were in town Saturday. Rrskin Ramsey, of Birming? ham, Ala , is in town this week visiting bis mother, Mrs. .lu? nette Ramsey, and two sisters, Mss. M. K. Kelly and Miss Mary Ramsey. Mrs. Wade Barrier and daughter, Kathlyn, and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Winston and daughter, Adelaide, attended Kingling Bros, circus at Mid dlosboro last Wednesday, Isaac Taylor returned homo Sunday morning from Jones? ville, where he assisted the Ro? da band in making music for the fair. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Moriaon wont to Knoxville Monday morning in Hunter McCorkle's automobile, where thoy will spend a few days returning by llio way of Johnson City and Bristol. T. H. Pugh, a prominent trav? eling salesman, of Pennington (lap, was in town Monday on business. I The regular monthlv meoting 'of the Wamon'o Civic I^nguo will in?H?t with Mrs. Gilbert N. j Knight on Friday afternoon at > 30 o'ciock. Ail the ladies of I lit* town are cordially invited. KOK BALE:?Three houses and lots located in plat three, in Big Stone Gap. All three houses were built this summer .iiid will n.. sold reasouublo and on easy terms. For further particulars address A. K. Mann, Box 171. Wine, Virginia. tf J. C. Fuller returned to Rieh? moud Monday afternoon to re? ceive further treatment for stomach trouble. His friends will be glad to learn thul his health lias greatly improved since he commenced to be treat? ed by the Richmond physicians. Mrs. Thomas Gitliam died Monday morning at about 5 o'clock after an illness of sever1 al months w ith lung trouble Funeral services were conduct? ed at the home Tuesday after? noon by Rev, W. X. Wagner, pastor of the M. K. Church South, and the remains were laid to rest in Glencoe ceme? tery. The deceased is survived by a husband, one son and three daughters, Mrs. T. H. Garrison, Mrs. .1. B. Tucker, Miss Pearle and Hugh Qilliam, ail of whom were present when she passeil away. Miss Margaret Petrt will leave this week for Baltimore, where she will spend thefj winter at the Peabody Conservatory of Music taking a course in vo? cal music. K. K. Kennedy and Edward Mild attended the show in Bristol Saturday. Mrs. T II. Wheeler and two small boys, Joe and Bobt. K., who spent a couple of mouths here visiting relatives, returned to Clurksdalc, Miss., Saturday. Mrs. Wheeler was accompanied home by her niece, Anna Bird, who will spend the winter with her and attend BOhool in ('larks dale. Simon Banks has accepted aj temporary position with (In Stovers Lumber and Manu? facturing Company, Harriman, Tonn., as bookkeeper and steno? grapher, lie expects to return to the (lap and locate per menently about Deoembei 1st. Sent Car Load of Exhibits to Fair at Wise. I'ho citizens of this end of Wise County have.taken quite au interest in the fair at Wise. The Interstate It. K. Company furnished a free car from Ap palachin to Norton and the K> <St. Virginian furnished free transportation from Norton to Wise and return. These exhib? its show what can be raised in Wise County. Home Mission Society. The business meeting of the Women's Missionary Society was held at the church on Thursday, Sept. 24, and led by the president. Mrs. Wagner led in prayer, followed by the scripture lesson found in Math esvs 2ii XXXI. Collection of dues amounted to $3.20. Mrs. Brown was admit? ted as a member of the BOciOty. Kirst. vice-president reported 8 names of liabies for the baby roll. The young people's so ciety reported $10.00 made this quarter: Third vice-president reported 7 members of the Mis? sion Study class, and the class will meet with Mrs. ()rr on Thursday, combining the work meetings with the study class until after the bazaar in No? vember. Treasurer und pub? licity Superintendent also gave their reports for the quarter. After making some disburse? ments the deposit in hank is $10.Pi). $rt.."iO was realized from Tag Day. A committee of Mrs, J. II. Mathews, Mrs. Daugher ty, Mrs Taylor and Mrs. Plan ury were appointed to look af? ter the childs' clothes for the winter. Adjournment by re? peating Lord's Prayer. Mrs. H. A. W. Skeen, Pub. Supt. The apple crop is estimated now at '210 million bushels, which is 5<i million bushels more than 1913 and 26 million short of 1011 crop. Virginia stands third on the list, with 12,300,000 bushels. Pennsylva? nia and Michigan are ahead, with li>,500,000 and 13,100,000, respectively. Make Winter Cozy S With the advent of fall and winter you will be want? ing to add a little furniture to the home?a new set, or a table, or chair, or some other odd piece you may need to make things more cozy during the wintry blasts. Our stock is all complete and ready for you, and in? cludes some of the handsomest pieces ever shown. They arc the same that sell for high prices in the the large cities, but we have paired the price right down tis the limit, W. W. TAYLOR & SONS BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA. A COLLEGE COURSE Is nil ri^lil if you have plenty of time and money to gratify a desire for knowb edge you will never h.tvt- any u?e for in buslncv* IHit think of thi- Coat i !o*l of four yeftr'a course Ht ssy only MOS a year 11,600 lams of three year s Ume at mi average of 979 |ht mouth '.'.TIM Total_ . . ft Joe K.vcn alter a literary course. dim luM lltti* If any better earning ea ratolty, ami to make n-c of it must have a further course in medicine, den istry. law. chemistry, elvlt, electrical or mcehauical engineering at a fur ther approximate eost of . ... i i .ItOU Total coal of college and professional courae, approximately.w.oeo And then a starving period Of several year* trying to get established. ConlrMl ftCM CosrMf with Hie Vdianlagc* of s Business Education Kull Combined Con tie, 1-'months'tuition, board, room and lsH>k? i :un .'iQ Difference in e.nt . ts.-JV.l r? Only oue year gone Six yoars saved j--.-'.''> 50 tared Six year* In which to gain expcriehi e in bualnoaa. si\ years to get a start in life. Six years tuuo elation with bualncM thcu, .six year-, to take advantage of opportunities. si\ yoara to yet and bo established Think of It, Dooan't It really look foolish to spend ila years at a cost oi *- .".i'i ..Ii in preparing for profession* ihat are already crowded? liiere are enough doctors Iii Koanoke to doctor the entire state and enough lawyers id ke. p the entire Stale in trouble If you have a desire for college edllcaUoil and not the money, ,;, ; oue of couracs, and It will |wty your way through coileg- ' ? ybil how to do It. THE FALL TERM OF THE K0.iN0K6 Ko.i.\oiec r/ifc/.v^TxT y -_y Write us mid we will tell juat opened with.the large*! beginning enrollment in the history of the sol New iludotit* are enrolling dally Many will enroll thin week. IHs . thin proposition with your parent-- and friends If we are ltght, you should no time in enrolling AtlllnMI, E. M. COUl TIER. Proa.. Roanoko, Va. D. E. Allen, Real Estate & Titles BIG STONE GAP, VA. i lno of I ho n ices I residence proportion in Itig Stone (lap Large house, hardwood floors and finish, reception hall, hath and lavatory. Large lot beautifully located. Half cash, balance terms to suit. Price $4600.00. Ten room house with halb. Fine condition. Terms given. Price $2?00.00. Real nice three room house with two lots. Price $000.00, I have several other houses and vacant lots for both w hite and colored people. If you want to buy see me. If you want to sell list with me Titles Examined on Short Notice. 11 Years Experience. People Who Walk Must Protect Their Feet For; without good feet they will not go far. Do it THE ONLY WAY by weaiine shoes made for EASE and COMFORT and DURABILi n . The) cost no more than oilier shoos, but are much Letter, more comfortable, and last longer. We Sell Them D. C. WOLFE South-West Insurance Agency 'Incorporated Eire, Life, Accident and ("asuality In? surance. Fidelity and < >ther Honds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. OfHce in Interment Building BIG STONE GAP. VA. Radford State Normal School For Women Second aeation opens Beptember the B, 1914. Kvcry counto lead* to a Virginia Certificate to teach. r'reo tuition to all learner* and those promuiug to teaeb. Offers all course* usually given In S dial-class Normal tsohool. Ki peases very moderate Kor catalogue, booklet of views and full information write? J. P. McCONNELL. Prosident, East Radford, Va. Virginia Polytechnic Institute arid Agricultural and Mechanical College BLACKSUURO. VIRGINIA Thirteen degree courses iu Agriculture. Kuglaucring and Applied Science ? Year course In Agriculture and Eamiem' Winter Courses. J. D. EGGLESTON, Prosldont Apply to Iteglstrar for catalogue.