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Iamtne 'Little Trained Nurse I am ^oin^totell youwlicretobuy all of your Drag StoigThm^g You^'ill see rae every vsteek Rend what 1 say in this paper every week. I will tell you how to be healthy, beautiful and wise. The medicines in our Drug store arc always pure and fresh; our benutifiers contain no harmful ingredients; it is wisdom to buy ut this Drug Store on which you can RELY. Kelly Drug Company 57/c S7?cxa// Store LOCAL ITEMS. Dr Thos. \V. White and 1 H William*?, of I lorelioritt ?n* in iiiivu rTridiiy, <'. ll Johnston, of Auing,!, its in tO\V I) S:it nnlil V . ?iilay morning from :i t>u '?? t tri 11 t'i Knox villa. iiitiiiy ill thi) i iup with linn VV. 1?. r'ulinn, of Wihi', w \ i id mi, wiw in town p riiltiy i professional business, Wuiiit M. Stiles, of Wise, ape n few diiys in town last Wei in professional business. Utornoys VV \V. (J Ootso K I'. Bruce, W. II ??ndj ' M Vicars ami W. Ii. Kulton, V\ isr, were in town hint Frith ? 'Ii professional business. Hubert Pottor ami A Hi 1 irnes went to W?iai?ri-S?lei X C, Thursday night, who tluiy will play bull in tin- Nor i laroli'nii State l.oagm*. .Joshua Beamtin left Month morning for Kiug'sport, Xein where lui will wink mi tin* iio extract plant that i? being bui there. J. Li I'.llis, of Duncan no Va . wiih a business viaitor town Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs I lowo * !ocliri antl little daughter l<-ft We ilt'Htlay for their homo in l>a villo, after tip.ling iwo weal hi tlni (lap w ith Mr. < inch ran pareutH, .Mr. and Mrs. Uj 1 < '?"?Itran. Mrs. S. A. Hailev and li ni' .1-. Ilutli liar., tire spend-1 a few days the week visit i?**-t friends at WiHt'j Xi.i t.in am Little Miss jucquiyn 11.Mil spent a t. w day li visiting telu ItVtls in I'.i istol last \\ eek. Mi . and Mis. Cha, A \\ ter, S villi" traveling salesman, iWiiuiitt tin- knights dl Hie I It a*; tin. Jr.. and Clii.s. J<\ ||n gait, of HriHiolj were business I Visitors Id tile Grti) litHt Wed (JhtiH. K. Paxton, of the I'nx ton Lumber t oinpany, of Hris tol, was in the (<U(l ladt Week oil busiuesR t 'Ire. A. Rowers, of tint Brite tol b'loral Company^ whaabuai ness visitor lo th? Hup laut week. .1 M Boriitreugnr, for a long time with the s. a. Slaughter Company. Tailors, al Louisville, Init who reeontl) established :t house in Louisville, spent a few ? lays I tint V.e,k III tile (Jap on business; .1. trby Hurt, a promiuent at? torney of Abingdoh, was a business visitor to the Gap lust week. I Miss Virginia Beverly is vis itihg her grnndinothur, Mrs. ! Peniiingtdo, in Dryduu Miss Jess McCorkle lias re? turned from a visit to Rick lands. I Miss Louise Horsloy is visit | iliK Mrs. John Until tier ;it Ap I pulachia. We arc glad to announce that we have been appointed exclusive agent in Big Stone Gap tor "TANLAC" the won? derful new medicine. MUTUAL Mil (I COMPANY INCORPORATED BIG STONE GAP, VA. 4HS Mr. ami Mrs. Shermuu Taylor! ninl baby, of Norton, spent a' few days in town this week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George] Taylor. Mrs. (.'line, of Bristol, spent a few days in the (lap last week visiting her uncle, M. C Me. Oorklo, on Poplar Hill. Mrs.,). V. Ward, of Roauoko, is the guest of Mrs. Lewis T. Wiosteu in the Gap this week, i Transform vour old torn rugs, into new rugs for one.half the I price t>f a new one. The Olson [tug Co., of Chicago, III., will do this for yon through their agents, the <!uil<l ol Christ's Kpiseepa! tIhttreh. Mrs. Kii/.i Barron timJ grand daughter, Miss Janet Bailey, spent Saturday ami Sunday vis-. itihg Mrs. .1. A. Gillenwaters, al Ksserville. Mrs. c. V. Blantou left Satur? day morning for Roahoko, where sin- will spend a week visiting friends. Mrs. A rehie Johnson and two attractive children, of MenttOta, and Miss Fannie Johnson, who I is spending the summer at MendnUi; are visiting honte.-1 folks iii the (lap. The Ouiid of t'lirist's Kpistto pal < 'Inn ell will meet al i lie home nl Mrs. Ralph 'Itiggart, Thursduy , July 16, al I p. lit. I b.' i oiled I laughters of the Confederacy will liiei'l VV.mIim-s day iifierin. i tiiijti) | w it h \lrs. M I!. \|el'tit kilt a' J p iii. lii'v W w IlickS, of Penh I illgli.h (lap. ?es Iii.' glli'SI of his eollsins, Mr. aiel Mis Mill. Mr. ami Mi- U II Po ly reltllIViis in I'euuiiigtoii (lap. W. II. RobertsOii returned Sunday night I.i a visit til linliiefolk s in Johnson City. Mr. Holiertsou has leased the Kplsopal I.eel.'iv and will returned 110111 a vi?u le Jet. John l'\>x, Jr.. tin- Gap's pop? ular nut Inn . returned Sunday I night from a biisuiess trip eust. Sunday witli horn-folks inj t 'In istin uaburg. room cottage and six lots Ap ply to .1. W Christian. Big Stone I i ap, Va. freed Kelly , who holds a po ? aitioti with the Black Moiintuin M i ii i ii ^ Company, at St Charles, spent Sunday ill '.own with Iiis parents. Dr. and Mrs ,1 W. Kelly. Mrs. I-', tl. Payne and two lit. 11.' :.R, Frank, .1 t\, and N'oil, returned to their home tit Ito anoke Krida) moruing, aftoi a month's visit with relatives here. They were accompanied by Misii Kdnn cilly, who will spend her vacation there. N . K. Ad-In.?ton, of Nickels, ville, spent Friday night in the Cap, the gttest of Mr. ami Mrs. | .1. K. Dougherty Miss Kliza Flanary, who has been spending several days in the (lap visiting Miss Kate Brown, returned to her home al ] Joneavillc, Sunday night Miss es Myrtle Wolfe, Late and Matt Brown and Paul Martin UCCOtlt- j panied her home, where they will all go on a camping trip on the river below Jorio'sville, with a large party, for two. weeks. Mrs. Malcolm Smith and son, Master Reginald, spent a few days last week v tstt me; relatives in Cute ( ity. I't >K SALIC: i Ine pen Brown Leghorn rooster an.) three hens, fine stock, Apply at this olllce or writa P. 0. Box 107, Kig Stole- Cap, V a. J. W. ItUSll, representative of the Puritan Crape Juice Com? pany, after spending a week in the Cup, returned to Charles? ton, which is his headquarters while traveling over West Vir? ginia, Saturday. Muster Rob Morrison spent a few .lays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. N oting, in the Cove, last week. K. K. Taylor & Son, of this place, will open up a general merchandise store at Kings port, Tenn., some time during this month. Mark Woodward returned to his homo at Selungelo, Texas, Saturday, after a two week's visit to his aunt, Mrs. J. G. Uunsoy, J. K. Logg, of Ponnington (Jap, wan in town Monday on business. The Mission Study Class will meet with Mrs. I>r. t>rr. Thtirs day afternoon at :i o'clock. Midsummer White B'olt Hats priced $2.26 and 12.76 at Kullern. 0, it Banner was over from ' late City Saturday on businei a 0. L. Cbapmau has resigned his position in tiie ougiueering dopartmeiit of tho Stonega Coke iV Coal Company, ut Ibis place, ami will leave Saturday for his old home at Scran ton, Bonn., where he will join' Mrs. Chap man. who left here hvn weeks ago, Supt. 0. ti. Duffy,of Stonega; I Supt. II. A. Alexander, of tin ! hoden; Supt. J K. Tuggart, of I Keokeo; Sunt. W, A. Owens, of I Roda; and pupt, E. h\ T?te, of Osaka, were in town Friday on busiuess. 'i'he Bristol District Confer? ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church will convene at Penn ingtoit Gap, July I ith to 18 th Bishop 'I'beodoreS Henderson, I of Chattanooga, will have charge of the services on Wed I nemlay. Sunday, thu 18th, I Ely's Memorial, a new church I about two miles oast of Benu ington Gap,jwill he dedicated Rev Fred LIlxoil, President of tin- University of Chattanooga, will preach the dedicutoriai sermon. There will he dinner I on tho grounds for everybody. I >r. I-'.. N. Woodyurd, District] Superiotelldelil. ?f BritttOl, Will] preach at 2 o'clock in the uftOr. | noon. Gordon Qnodloc and William Beverly vveiil down to J. A.I VoUeli'H pl'liCe on then new wheels Sunday 1 Buirich Yoiicll spent tho :irtl ami Ith will-, K B, Qoudloe ami family. l ie' Ladies' Ahl Society nl the Bresbyturiali Cti.ii.ruli Willi iueel with Mrs lrli\ Nickel. Thursday at four o'clock Little Mir., Louise and M tor Wiiliam Nickels huv? re turiied home after :i <. l.-it lit their grandparents in Norton 1 ('has. Mtinrlug, of Bristol, I was visiting friends iji the Giip several days laut week. Revs, I. B. Martin and W N I Wagner, ami Messrs, .1 S Johnson and S. \V Wax attend is! Dim i ict ' 'Olifi reneo ut I >nn gUiiiioii last Thursday, Friday and Sal lit 1st} Miss Lillian Wolfe spent tip week end m Nm ton visu lug i relativ es Mi-.s Eli/a Flutiary, of Jones vi lie. was the guest of Miss ('ate Brown last week Misses Mary Brown aud lloi tio llaie, of Appalncltiu, speni Sunday in the (jap the guesti of Miss L ion i Marrs. Mrs. Otis Mauser has as her attractive house guests, Misses Bessie and Sarah MsKoe Brew, er, of Lebanon. K y. After spending soiiic time in the (lap visiting his son. litis Mousor, Mr .1. W. Mouser left Sunday for his home at Kilev, Ky. TJ It Ooodloe, who is promi? nently connected with ihr Eni ted stales Tire Company, with heudtpjurtors in Now Ym l;, arrived in the GapSaturday oil a visit to bomofolks. Miss Both Prescott entertain ed a number of her friends at her homo on Poplar Hill, with a dance on last. Weduesdny night. Mrs. J. II. Aycrs entertained in honor of her sister, Mrs. Ab? bot! Brooke Penny, of Cincin? nati, mi last Tuesday aftet noon, with four tahles of auction bridge. Mrs. Bruce Tihaley, the winner of the highest score, was given a beautiful box Of note paper. At the conclusion of the game a doljcioua salad, course was nerved. Mr and Mra, It, l\ Irvino were called to Richmond last' week on account of the death! of -Mrs. Irvine's mother, Mrs. Nolting, which occurred on lust Wednesday. W. E. Baker, tho architect at this place, has contracted with the school authorities of Scott county to superintend the build? ing and remodeling of live school houses in that county, viz: Gate City, Nickelaville, Rye Cove, Viima and Mount Pleasant. He lias also furnish? ed the plans for the building and remodeling of several school houses iu tbatcouuty' within the past year. High Glass Organs 1 On Easy Payment Plan W'c have now on hand the most complete and uptddatc line >>f Organs ever lirouejtt to Big Stone Gap, which w'c are going to sell at rock bottom prices. If you need an Organ call around and see us. (lur prices arc bound to suit you. Wo have always specialized in this line and thererors know liow to please you. Ask about our easy payment plan W. W. Taylor & Sons BIG STONE GAP. VA. 'iKMlffrJigi^ CORTRICHTshincles ,. iMmMtn. M.I? II.. ro..l FIREPROOF ma-.J of FIRE uorroul Cuil Will lt?. ?ou ffoo? all l?^.ir t*V?. ??>! !??> ?? For Sale by JOSHUA and JOHN F. MULLINS BIG STONE GAP. VA. ii\ Vtr?ijiias Groat Annual Exposition rffiv. \ Gci Ready jfS?s . 1 PREMIUMS GIVEN FOR HORSES SHEER SWINE.POULTRY. FARM PRODUCTS.APPLES- WOMEN'S WORK mnn?^^7xonT ExaEsnsc WkW, ?BUSINESS COt-UEGE Tim.la nl . .u.a.!.- yoiini; men aiiil w?mou nire iliiftinr, iui" tbo rank* of iiiii.ui labor cluli year tVII.M- IIA V i. V? >l iKU.fTK.ll Kail A I.IKK HIIK1 \ ',.mill buiiliieM ti?u wUU "DON'J DRIFT IN I EH A OOI 'P rtlNMSS COI.I.KHK a\I> I'KKIVAUK TO BE 8< iMEIH 11 > V-I 'Kr'l DK i|i.\l Kiirnll now for SfpteralHir im Write fol fret catalogue, pro?i>ec ami kiieclnK-iM 1? tiitiMMUlp; Address L M. COULTER. RoanokB. Va. Neal & flastersi General Blacksmiths |fj We are now prepared do all kinds of Buggy Kcpaii Work, especially putting on rubber tires, hav? ing recently purchased a machine for tins purpose. All work will be tiirhed out promptly ttnd efficiently. Send Your Buggies To Us. ? i^f^Bir^lMfallsifzlf^SifgririB] reJ STrri ?17?] Csi'if] tsi f>3 tip Sj @ 1^5! : You will save 56 cts. per gaL mis is now , i . l .A \l. Seini-Mi\?dR'cal Pa?nt,. ' ?t;$2.io ^r-vi.; & "twa v ? \ ^ "ftiV^? And 3gak.?Lins?d Oil to|[mixlwaKIj? ?;V '' at istiuuU-d cost ol X ^ . 2.401 ? ' 'Or'' You then nuke.7 gals of pur? palntfor' .110-80. j c . ., It s only 5 1.51 perrgal. ?:' .'.'. ' yr~' Anybodylcan mix the. OIL with 'the" PAIN1\ Mad? a, .1 lew minutea WhtreajJti >.,u buy 7 gats, of ?ady-forus? fxajnjlftl CANS, you pay $7.10 .? gal. or ?.14.70.. The L ft M. SHMIMIXED REAL PAINT a PURE WHITE LEAD.' /INC inj LtNiEED OIL. C-* (t? luw?m fuhl nuurUli b? 100 rnn.\ fjnl. i;l id nay I .<* M. PAINT you hoy and It .tat the best , [he paint nntl gel ALL your*, money back! KELLY DRUG COMPANY, Big Stone Gap. O. C. LEE, Jonosvlllo QUILLEN HARDWARE COMPANY, C^c City.