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BASE BALL
Result of Games Played In The Virginia Coal
Fields League During Past Week.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Won l.ost Pet.
Dante. 5 1 -83l
Big Stone Gap. 3 2 - I"1
Stonega. - 'I -33
Keokee. i I -2CX
Big Stone Gap tlie First to
Defeat Dante.
The battle team met ?tu lirsi
defeat of the season hero Wed?
nesday afternoon In a vorv oue
uldnd content, the result being
It) t<> -. making the third
straight game captured by the
home team, who Beem to be go
ing at a great pace just now.
Tlie game was witnessed by
tlie largiHt crowd .since the
base ball season started, sever
al funs from neighboring towns
being present.
The game started off good
and looked like for four Innings
a bard buttlb would be singed
Hip, Stone scored in the first
whet Chief MoCall singled
through short and Potter hit to
left for throe bases. Dante got
their two scores in the third
frame by a passed ball and a
two bagger by Alexander.
After this the borne tonni pound
id the bull till over the lot forc?
ing Hall. Dante's pitcher, to re?
tire in the sixth, wlio was re
placed by Smith mid be was
subjected ttlso to a severe bom
bardmeut. However, Dante
put up their W erst Holding game
of the season, which was re
sponslbie for pail ol the .-.cores.
Unbelt Potter ?- Hill holding
his reputation as tlie hardest
bitter in t he lengUO, ? hit of
live trips lo the plate he pound
ed out three tblee base hit-, and
a two bugger, all ol which were
real bard drives, and also pin
uji a great Melding game in ceu |
ttr.
"Chief" McOull, Big Stone's
ludiail tirst sucker, who let nut
an occusiouul war win.op Jur ;
nig the game, i? iapt II\ provingl
himself the best fust baseman |
iu the league By his great
ability to bundle dilticull throw i
ho helps to nlaku lie- infield ex?
ceptionally Btrong. Molnliro
pitched his USUbl gootl game,
a I tin Ugh b e cut I u obi*
with Ins speed only a tec- limes|
during the game. 't his IliakOH
hm third straight victory .
DAXTK
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11 Taylor, c i a in j u
Ml" all. U I II 1 I I 1
A. Taylor, Hb 11119]
Alexander, lb -i I) I II I n
Attain* il> 10 111 n
KmlU-y.ir II o I 8 0 I
StoNabb,oir i o v n n n
II I. Smith, rt o o S o ii
11.11 p a 0 ' 0 I S I
Smith, p -? ?' U 0 I I
IIH.
Townaend, II
atoVall, ll>
Potter, of
E IMI.u
* ..i? in ib
Ohrte, it
Wiesham, 81)
?Ti1N K ?AP
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Iii? stem- Oap tool V i 07*. Ill
UnpIrM - i' I. Orlapanil I. C. Tayloi
liarned runs Dante, i. dig st.nu-. a
Hluteu Itaaca I: Hall. I
Date 60. ballt on* Metntlre, Dllall, 1)
Smith. 4
three i?m- hu? II Poltet a
TwobaM hlu?Alexander, Reil Mut 'all,
Ii Potter, Wlekbam
SmicU out by Melnllre, 7. Hall, i.
Smith. 0
Hit bj pitcher -MctnUre, 11 Hall 1.
Double i>la)?--K. H?U to v'.irwm n>
Chief Met all
Dante Badly Defeats Keokee.
K.'.'koe wiiKil feated in a one
sided game b) Danto Snturdnj
afternoon on the formet ij
grounds by a score of 17 to 2
The Post was unable to get a J
tabulated BCore; for some rea
?011 the corn spotnlent fulled to I
Solid it.
it in eta ted that Dame hit
several home runs, pounding!
the ball to nil parts of the Held.!
Stonega Wins From Big Stone
Gap.
Stonega, Va., May IS-- Bj
hard hitting and fast Melding
Stonega Mali) defeated Big!
Stoue Uap hero today by m
scon- of 7 to 1. Pottur, the]
southpaw, made his initial bow
into the league by pitching t
Rplolldtd game, iilinoKt shutting
oui ill" visitors Mclntirej
sinrted <>n the mound for I*? ? f-r i
Stone but was mitt with n
bunch of hits which cuused his
retirement ?fter the fourth.
Hunks finished the K?me, allow?
ing t>ti" run und four bits. The
visitors put ?p n uoor Melding
game, which boosted tho run
column considerably.
mo 9TONK ?At'
ah it ii pa a i:
Unit, hk i 11 a s i
McCslI, 11. i n n - ,, i
Hotter, cf . i ii l it ii o
Corwin. 9b .1 Hl ? II
Uli ritt, II i ii 1 i '-' n!
Wtckli.ni, 8b H ii n t t a
Itlclimoud, tt i ?> n u " '?j
.swan. c. . . 8 O 0 0 1 I
Mclutlro, |> I 0 0 1 M ii
Wood want, rf 9 ? i u t) 6
Hunks, p 9 0 n ii I 0
All i; it r.i A r.
Myers, ?b i i :i a a .;
lladcl, lb 4 0 a 0 Ii n
lllnuea.ab II I :i t :i n
June?, cf ?Olli n
fumes, If i it ii t i> n
Seaman, rf 1118 II O
llrnekiii.mil, ?e :l 3 8 1 " n
Numck. .? . ..I i 8 I" ii n
Hotter, p. I I I 0. 8 u
Inning* l :i I ?i 0 7 S U?It
Iti^ Stone Oap ii " n H I) I 0 ii o i
Bioucga .01 l I 0 I o n ' ;
I llt|llrcrl Bsyurt nml Taylm
Karnoil mui Mg Stdiie ??(?, 1- Stnli
eg* 6
ntolcii I^AeW? Myers, I. llrAekiiisnn, 8.
Ilsso ou balls orf I'otter, 0| Molntlrc,
I j Hanks, 0.
Two-base lilts?Novsck, Hinges, ami
Hi.i. I.ui.mi
Struck out bv I'otter. 9: Mclutlro, 8j
Hanks, l
llii by pitcher?Hanks, 1,
II hits of) Mclullru In I Inning?; l i.fl
Hanks in ". innings
High School Muys Win ul
Gate City.
The Uical high Bchonl lenm
went over t'? tiaie City Bntur
da\ and played tho high school
lenm .it thai place, winning by
a ?301 of S I" I The leal lire
of the name was Sid Mtillius'
home, run drive across center
Held fence in the fortrlh inning,
Kelly following with a tin.
bugger and Lone came up with
n twii bagger. Hig Sinne O?p
not ten hits while Gate Oil)
was credited with eight. The
boys were greatly pleased;
Beware of Ointments for
Cut.trrh that Contain Mercury
whole syatr.ni when eater!ns Ii u.?ii
tin. ii.iieiiiia sarfoces, So. Ii ai in !??? should
never lv used except en prescription*
from r*put?bl? physicians, as tt.e damnue
Utey wilt iln i? i.n r.ii.l tu llie good you
run possibly derive irnin ththi Hall's
Catarrh Cur?, innnulacturcd by V J
Clicnej a. Oo,', Toledo, o . contains no
ni. i. ur, and I* taken Intern ill. , in ttiiK
.in. i it, ihm,ii a,,, iilnod jiuI hillenll? niir
ruces of Iii? erstem. In buying Hall's
< 'Ml..rrh .'in.- In. ?in,. y?? K. t li. ?,-nu
ine Ii ut taken Internnlly nml mild? in
Toledo, Ohl?, by f. J. Chancy ? Co Tes?
timonials free.
Sold b> lirllKITlMK. PHcS IS< pel buttle
Tai? Hall's f amily l int for constipation
?T.T ?J'.er.er.Tjr.T .O'.er.tr.T >r .?T UT WJVL
I
I Do Not Strain
I Your Eyes |
g by trying to read by ^
jj! poor light. Why not ij
ly find out what electric A
b> A
.> lights will cost? They A
v A
y are safe, clean, no x
F. trouble or worry and *
jK easy on the eyes.
k A
ty. We wiil wire your A
house on easy terms. ?
^ Investigate. %
I _ A
jj Powell Valley Liglil |
? & Power Co.
pi Big Stone Gap and
y Appalachla, Va. \
Miss Alma Flunarv. of St.
Paul, i? visiting Miss Margaret |
Carrier.
t Mrs. Z. V. Johnsen snout Fr
day in Bristol,
Miss Slomp, nf Ksijorvillo,
spent the week end wiiji Mrs.
Cr, I. Mtiddox.
K. I*. Motiser was calletl to
! IJilt-y, Ky., Friday morning on
[account of the illness of his
mother. Mrs. Moiisor lias boon
with tier for tlio past two
[weeks.'
Mr. Wiiliaius. of,Cumberland
Clap, spent Thursdav with his|
daughter, .Mrs. lt. W Holly. I
On Wednesday night Will
Jones, of Bast Stone (lap, and
Miss F.dna Carrier, ol thisj
place, went to Uiintborland
(Jap and were married, return
jing to Appulachin Thursday
[morning. Their friends here
wish them much happiness
M iss Armarhou Bush, of Nick
Olsville, Spent last week with
Miss Mae DickeilBOIl.
Key. Lcland Smith, of X?r
ton. visited his cousin, Missi
i lolTey. Friday afternoon.
Misses t'.dtey and Lichlitcr
and Mrs tiriin visited friends
at Norton Sunday;
Chester McKenzie and' his
three sisters had a message;
early Monday morning telling
of the serious illness of their1
mother ami for them to enmetn
Mendotu at once. They have
the heartfelt sympathy of their
many friends.
Mrs. Cleek. of St. Paul, visit?
ed her son, Floyd ('leek, hist j
week.
Mr. mid Mrs. Jameson, of
Kentucky, are spending some
time with Mrs. Jameson's sis?
ter. Mrs. .lohn Davis.
The closing exercises of Ap
palaehia school Btnrls Thursday
night and will continue, through
Wednesday night. May
t in Saturday, May 22, Wise
County Field Day exercises will
he held here at the ball park.
"I Don't Feel Cooil"
j That is wlml u lot uf people toll us.
I I'sually theirliowcl.sonl.v in. i.; ?.: ? .-.
will ilo the trick and make you ft 11 lino.
Wc know Ulis positively. Take one
tonight, Sold only hy US, 10 ccntr.
Kelly DrUfl Co.
Towns in
Danger.
Sanitary Engineer Shows
They Are Drinking Pol?
luted Water and May
Expect Typhoid.
Lexington, Va., May i'. It
That a numhci of Virginia
(owns are drinking highly pol?
luted water and are in kiailgol
of serious epidemics of typhoid
fever at any time was the state*
ment made vesterdoy before
the Virginia Pubfie Health As
socitiliou by Diehard Messer,
the sanitary engineer of the
State Board of Health.
I littst rat ing Iiis address with
charts based on his own sur?
veys of the cities and towns of
Virginia, Mr. Messer showed
that a number of the towns
were taking their drinking wat?
er from water-courses and wat
or-Bheds I tint were constantly
Ipolluted. In such towns, lie
{said, it was only a question of
time befi re there would be a
serious outbreak of typhoid
fever that would menace the
lives of all citizens.
Mr. Messer gave the names
of the towns with a detailed ac?
count of the water supply of
each.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Tollic Voters 6f Itig Stone Oap:
I hereby announce iiiyaelf a candidate
for tl.c otlirc of Treasurer of the town of
llig stone flap, at the election to be hold
June s?i. I earnestly solicit tlie support
of all voters regardfc** of party amlla
llous If elcoted to ti.is oflioe 1 will en
doavor to perform the duties tin-.rto
the boil of my ability.
Yours very trulv,
P. II KKXXKOY,
ANNOUNCEMENT.
I hereby announce myseir s banrildati
for the lifnco of Town Sergeant at im
election to bo iicld .l ino sth j( clecterl
to tins otlirc I |irw|?w,. to attend t<> both
remeteflea. both colored ami white, free
of charge and let salary formerly paid |
me for this nork go to improvement.?r11..
cemetery. If elected tp Oils office I ?illj
peforiu all duties to thetmt 6r myabilit) i
Yours very truly,
W. i: in?i si.-.
Ih? Standard of Vatut and Quality"
If Your Gar Is A Paige, You Can
Depend Upon It
There's a heap of satisfaction in owning* a car (hat's always
ready -always reliable always dependable.
When you start off oil a week-end*'ja?rit' you \varit to know that
you are coming back in that car?hot shamefaced!) in a rail
rend train or a hired "team."
Von don't want to make apologies for your car?you don't want to pass
up the reall) worth while long trips beciuisc the;, arc "out ol tin- garage
zone."
confidently and light
You want to feel thai you inn go anywhere
heartcdl>\
If yo? .in- io discover one-half of tin- real joy
drive'u car thai jiracticidly ''takes care of .'itself"
to relax and drink in tin wood) breath of tin- foresl or the thrilling ozone
of tltt- ?fea.
That's why yoti need a g?>dd cai .1 reliable car. That'.- why you need
if motoring, yon must
a car thai permits you
Reliability In The Six-"46
Considci the toll .wing cssciui.ils. of Paige Vahic
fcatures found on no other Light Si\ regnrdlc
combination nf high grade
of price.
Tlie first essential ol reliability in ??
motor car. of course, centers 1:1 the
power plant. With the Six "46" yon
will find t'l. relclirat?! l'ai(j!C-C?nii<
ncni.il ?_> x .">'?, hi itor. It is ft i\
conceded th;:'. Continental mean tin
disputed leadership in Sixes, .m l this
motor is t|ic resiili ol close t'o-u| raika]
between both I'aigi and Col oriental
engineers. 1'or smoothness, Itexibilily
and |Ki\ver, here is i|ie hieltest devclop
inenl lotind in the lighi Six field
No matter what the weather conditions
may bt. you iieed riex'i r- worry itlxnil the
starting ol your motor when you have
tin Graj ? Davis starling and lighting
system and the Kuyficld carburetor,
Here i- a combination Of the inust ex:
l>cnsive starting ami lighting system
thai a inanufacturci edit place on Iiis
car .ani carburcli >n that is always
positive - always efficient.
Then, there is a velvety acting multiple,
disc clutch with cork inserts, newest
type zigzag radiator, n silient cantilever
springs, the world famous Bosch mag
ueto, II at in, t\pe rear axle and power
1 ! iki with positive action on the
-i ..i' ? V.? better?no more dt
I n.i ? ie . atures cah be found on any
. it -at any prise.
I'he Six "46" i- a real seven-passenger
carol I-'' inch wheclhase?not merely a
live-passengei car with two extra scats.
I'lic lines ol Hie body are the last word
in l?uro|>caii stream line, ihe upholstery
is genuine leather throughout, and no
feature which will contribute lo lux?
urious comfort i- mi?inn in the equip?
ment .nid appointments,
lint sec tin- wonderful motor car lot
.. ii !: Ui.ie in ii ? I rive il. Then
you will ite for yourself the com?
bination of high grade features
found in no other Unlit Six, what?
ever the price.
Make it a point to see the Paige dealer
today.
J. A. N EW BERRY, Agent
COEBURN. VIRGINIA
FA I UKIELD
SIX- ".46 "
Miss Myrtle Colhriiin,
of RussellvillC, A!a., says:
"Tor nearly a year, I suf?
fered with terrible tuck
ache, pains in my limhs,
and my head ached nearly
all llie time. Our family
doctor treated me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. I was certainly in
bad health. My school
teacher advised me to
TAKE
ardui
The Woman's Tonic
1 took two bottles, in all,
and was cured. I shall
always praise Cardui lo
sick and suffering wo?
men." H you sutler Irom
pains peculiar to weak
women, such as head?
ache, backache, or other
cytnptoms ot womanly
trouble, or if you mciely
need a tonic lor that tired,
nervous, wotn-out feel?
ing, try Cardui. e-?5
NEAL & MASTERS
General Blacksmith
Repair Work.
Holler ami Machine Kcp.ui ins Um?', i
ulldi'llij,'a >iH'cl.ihy Wrtumi ami lliiuuy!
Work All work given prompt andcan'-l
fill Attention.
LSI? Stono Cap, Va.
C. R. GIUILLEN
Veterinarian
APP ALACH I A. VA.
FOX & PECK,
Civil and Mining Engineers.
Big Stone Gap, Va, Harlan,Ky
Hep irtfl and eetlinktea on Coal mill Tim*
bor l.aii.l*. Dealfra'autl I'lam. of Coal ami
Coke I'lauta, I ami. Uatlroad and Mm.
Engineering, Eleqtrlu lllue I'rintiug.
W. S. MAT HE WS,
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W,
Office on Kir?t Kimir Intennont Bu.il line,
Big Stone Gap, VirRlnla.
i. Iom Att.ctton lo Cutl#ctlont ?ort Pmom 11-.<?
DR. G. M. PEAVLER,
Trent? Dlaoasba of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
BRISTOL. TENN.
Will bo In Anplaochia iTurcl
Friday in Each Month,
iwlitt-i
MAYO CA BELL
Attorney at Law,
Intention! Uldg, Uli; STONE OA I'\i
Nov. .'?>. 19) I.
tiKA VI'. N 0 II TO N -0:15 a. n> (<"
l.ym libury mul intermediate s<?
llom Pulliiiaii d< <i ?er Itlticii. Id 1"
Philadelphia vi? llagcrafowii
Pullman sleeper Ito?uoko id - I
inond and Norfolk. ?lfio'connect I in
:K lllnofield ?iil> trains \Ve*t1i
Pullman sleeper to Oliioliipall
<'oluinbus.
I.KAVK NORTON -9 80 n for noiii"
North, Kasi and Weal.
I.KAVK BRISTOI_Daily.. Ii; C. k, i"
for Rail Itajriford; Itoanoko, l.yiiHi
b?rg, Petersburg. Kichinnnd An?
Norfolk. I'ullinnii I'arlor Cai '"
Itiohmond, Pullman sleeper )(o?
noke to New Vork via Hagerste* H
and llariisburfc.
tltOO p. ni. for Norfolk and loten.?'i
poluta, I'ullman Hleepora to N".
1 ?.;!?-' i>. in. anil 7 :?">.', j.. m. (limited Solid
trains wit Ii pullnun ?Iceiiura to v. tsli
iugton, llaliimoi... Philadelphia immI
.Nu\> Yora via byDchb?rg. Hoes nut
make local stops.
1911??p. m. daily lor all points beim"
Utitlol and Lruchburg Connects ?I
Walton at ?"? lo p. m. with tin- m.
I.Ollis i- \| i, ? . foi All p..illli. ?1-1
northwest.
If you ate thinking of taking a l"l
.HI want .(notations,cheapest faro, ?
liable and correct information, aa '
i routes, train schedules, the most oontfo't
, able and tjulekesj way. \Vrite ao.l tkj
i information is yours for the asking, *(??
rineol out complete Map Kolderi
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