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line of ^^^^^^^kP RabLer ^^^r^ r-^ Goods ^?fe j kittle^ Trained yvx/?'l i Nurse "^^^ lb) ^ ' B r^skes? ^^^^ ' 1^1^ ^VOi^^1^^ Buy your rubber goods at our store and you wiR get the kind that last. All rubber goods are not the same quality. Don't you need a good hot water bag or foun? tain syringe right now. We guarantee every piece of rubber leaving our store. There is the reason. Kelly Drug Company Tj/ic Zftcxati S/ore BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. W. It. Otoy, of tho Lowry Kniit Company, of Norton, svaa ainoug the traveling moii in town Friday. J. M. Borntrenger, hf Louis? ville, arrived in the Gap Satur? day to spend several days with friends here. S. K ('ticket, of I'cnnington (lap, spent a cotiplo of days in the (.Jap last week on business. Chat). F. I lagan, of Bristol, wde nniong the business men in town last Wednesday. IS. J. Present! spent a few days last week in Richmond on business. Otis Mounor, vice-president Of the Stonega Coke and Coal Company spent n few days last week in New York on business. B. C. Jartnnn, traveling salesman for the Stotiega Coke and Coal Company, is spending a few days this week in the Cap. S. J. Gundry, of Stonega, was in town Saturday on business. Or. 0. B. Uouyer, of Stonega, was in town Saturday on pro II. L. Miller, president of the Interstate Railroad Company, left Monday on a business trip to Philadelphia. Capl. .1. If. Bullitt has return? ed from a business trip to Richmond. 11. B. Pox, \V. s. Uovcrioy, C. S. Carter und C. V. Itlnnioit were among those from tint Cap' who made a business trip to KiugspOrt, the ne ?? :t Tennessee boom i wi-ok. The United l)??i Confederacy j will Wednesday at ' o'eii home of Mrs. ,C I*. \". ulfi C. 0. Dong, the automobile man, was in Bristol last Thurs? day oh business. .Miss (Hessin Hilly was eon lined to her room all lust week with grippe, being unable to commence her school at Kour lug Fork until Monday. Ji B. \V ampler, assistant cashier of the Interstate Fin? ance ami Trust Company, spent Saturday at Kingsport, Tonn., on business. Itev. French Wilson returned to Anderson, Indiana, last week where he was called on account of the illness of Mrs. Wilson. F. (J. Fra/.er was over from (late City Thursday on busi? ness. Dr. Thus. F. Stuley, of Bris? tol, was in town last Thursday on professional business, C. C. Campbell, u well known traveling man of Blucticld, was in town bist week on business. Attorney W. H. Bouse, of (Miniwood, was in town last week on professional business. F.. (I. Cook, ofOhilhowie, was among the traveling men in town hist week. W. B. Vermillioe ?;.;; over from Mend?tn last Thursday on business. Mrs. .1. W. Draper and little sou, Hiram, spent Saturday at at (fate City with friends and relatives. Miss (loorgie Cox spent one day at Norton last week with friends. Senator-elect J. M. Qoodloo left Saturday morning for Btch mond ' "ii hand nt. the pi.? ?>:? i _is . iut.a few Oil ith relatives Goldsand Coughs Stop Them When They Start You cannot estimate the results ot a cold if it is permitted to run its course. Neglected colds may cause serious complications that will result in a fatal disease. We sell all ot the good and reliable colds eures and you can lind your favorite brand here. Don't consider any cold a trilling matter. Treat it now. Coughs are usually the result of inflammation caused by a cold, invading the delicate air tubes in the iungs. We. can sell you a cough remedy that will allay tins inflammation and quickly correct the con? ditions that cause the cough, Don't waste time with narcotic cough mixtures. We sell all of the good guaranteed cou?di remedies. Mutual Drug Company [NC?ltPORATKD BIG STQNE GAP, VA. I II. E. Benedict was on the sick list severul days list weok. Aliases Grace Wolfe and Matt Brown, who are teaching at Sutherland, spent the weekend with relatives in the Gap. Little .Miss LaVorno Morton accompanied her grand mother, .Mrs. Molly Horton, back to Gsaka, where she spent few days with her aunt, Mis. Kd T?te. Miss Lula Mahaffoy spent Saturday with her sisier, Mrs. Clarence Davis, at Imboden. Miss Caroline Rangoly, who has been spending several days with Mrs. lt. B. Tinsley in the ? lap, has returned to her home near Aflon, Vu. Wi T. Alsover, of Charlotte, >.'. C , spent Sunday in the Gap visiting his brother, R. It. Als? over. Mrs. B; llershey and little son, Ralph, who bad been Spending several days in the (lap with her parents, Mr. and M's. J. K. Buuii, returned to her home in Pulaski, Saturday. Mrs. I*. M. Bnasor was called to her home, near Mendota, a few days last week on account of the illness of her mother. Miss Mary Skeou spent Tues? day night at East Stone (lap, with .Miss Ruby Willis. Dan Richmond, of Kwing, wns in the Gap Sunday ming? ling with friends. Hubert Little wood* of Toms Creek, was a visitor in town Saturday. R. L. I'arks, manager of tile Monte Vista Hotel, returned Tuesday night from a business trip to I'ineville, Ky. .1. A. Morris, agent for the Grant Six automobile, sold one of his cars to Mr. Kelts, of i Keokee, Saturday. D. W. Ilolcomb, of lnman,| was in town last Thursday on t business. < Irlantlo Amburgy, of Appala-1 cbia, was in town Sunday visit? ing friends. Hubert Rotter, who has been j in Lee County for the past month working with W. Raker, the contractor, spent | Sunday in the Gap with rela? tives. Miss Eugenia Bumgarduer I left Sunday morning oil a visit to relatives and friends in Staunton and other K?stern Virginia cities. The Guild of Christ Kpisoo pal Church will meet at the home of Mrs. L. T. Winston, Thursday at II o'clock. WANTED :-r-To rent, lease or buy small farm near city. W. B. Kinser, Big Stone (lap, Va. Miss Klizabcl h Conner is spending this week at Drydon, where she is nursing a case. Mr. and .Mrs. .1. B. Lay Hehl, wiio have been living near the extract works, have rented rooms in the residence of Mis. E. Bird's, where they are doing light house keeping. .lames Cninblos has been spending several days with relni ives in .Marietta, (la. Miss Ruth I'reacott returned tu Staunten 'Thursday, where she is intending school at Mary Baldwin Seminary ibis winter, aft.; spending the holidays ll h unefoik?;. Sliiusey !??!'. Saturday fv-1 is; in. Ma s., where be wili ( i. ; t -TV itul days on busi? ness. Mr. Rich, clerk at AUamoht Hotel in Blue Held, who was formerly clerk at the Monte Vista here, spent Saturday in lb s Gap. [ The four children of Mr, and Mrs. D IS. Allen were very sick last week w ith la grippe, ,1. S. Johnson is very ill at bis home in Tacoma. He was stricken while at one of Hin stores and was thought then, that be couldn't live, hut there is hope of Ins recovery now. Rev. J. M. Smith will preach at Blue Springs school bouse on the ?th Sunday of January at 3o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. Win. Robinetto will preach at the same place on Saturday and Sunday morning; j Join '-1st and 22nd. " Miss Corrio Long has been ill at the home of Mrs. Jack Taggart at Keokee, where she was called to nurse the little 'Taggart boys, who have scarlet fever and diphtheria. Miss Josephine Keeney, of Appala? chian is now nursing Miss Long and the little Taggart boys. I When in need of n nice steak 'or roast, call up phone No. f>8. Delia Jone6, of Kookeo, is visiting relatives in the Gap. Miss Bonnie Qilty, of the Covo, spent Monday in the Gap with Miss Mabel Willis. Phono your order to the Cash Meat Market for any kind of meat. Prices are lowest in town. Why not? A. L. Flanary, postmaster at Dryduu, was in town Monday on business. Autry Doak, one of the com positers on the Post, returned to the Gap Sunday night fiom a two weeks visit to homefolks at Rural Retreat, Va. Miss Margaret Pcttit returned to Rye Cove Thursday, where sin? is teaching music, after spending two weeks with her parents in the t lap. Holen the i year old daugh? ter, of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Taylor, has been ,piito sick this week. Mis Addyo Pleoiibr is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Potts, at Pnrdeo this week. The Children of the Daugh? ters of the Confedcrcy will meet with Mrs. M. U. MeCorklo, Tuesday 18th at 3::U) |>. m. P. K. Smith has moved into his new residence near the Bulah Methodist Church, which was recently completed by Messrs. Joshua and John 1''. Mullens, the contractors. Fresh Fish und Oysters on Fridays and Saturdays dt the Cash Meat Market, phone 58. Mrs. J. M. Sloan, of Last Stone.Gap, uitd two daughters; Mrs. W. II. Bowling; <.f Gate City, ami Mts John Bowling, of Oiinohport, were in town Sunday visiting tin' families of W. \V. and John M. Taylor. John Fox, Jr., our celebrated author, detlighlfully entertain? ed the teachers and pupils of the Public School Monday after? noon by reading two selections from his hook Christmas 12ve on Lonesome. Mrs. Ilisbing, of Black wood, spent a few days in the (lap hist week with Miss Olcssie Gilly. Miss Roberta Buck, one of the teachers returned to the trap Monday after spending throe weeks at her home in Front Royal. Miss Winifred Mullins taught her grade last week while she was away. Martin Stone motored down from Black wood in his Ford Run-about and spent Sunday in the (inp with his brother, Guy Stone. The independent order of Odd Fellows ::. "t in their Hall last Saturday night ami elected the following ollicors for the pii suing year: C. Ti Orendcr, No? ble Grand; W. W. Biokleyj Vice Grund; R. P Btirroh, Sec? retary; II. II. Sleinp, Treasurer; J. S. Beamtin, Wurden. An nil usual number of the members Were present. A horse belonging to Couip tOhs Livery Stable ami driven by!Joe Delp, while returning from the L \- N. Depot last Saturday morning, beoauie frightened by a shaft of the btlggy breaking on top of Pop llir Hill, and ran into a team hauling a gasoline engine, tear }ing the buggy to nieces. The j btlggy was loaded with mail and express. Neither the horse or driver were injuted, hut sonnt of the express was slight ly duinuged. Messrs. John W. Chalkldy and R B. Alsover left Monday afternoon for Washington City, where they go as a committee from the Bio; Stone I lap Board of Trade to confer with Presi dent Harrison, of the Southern Railway regarding the union depot proposition that has been so much discussed here recent.'. Mrs. Kveretl Prolinen and Miss Margaret Drenuen loft Sunday morning for New York City; where they will spend a few weeks. While there, Mrs. Drohnen will take a special course in music ami Miss Dren? nen will study art. i Mr. and Mrs \V. II. Kinder, of Artemus, Ky., Mrs. Arch Smith, of Tennessee, J. M. Cooper, of Middlesboro, all spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Wells, where they were trail? ed on account of the serious illness of Mr. Wells. Your Home Means much to you, and a new piece of Furniture means quite as much to the home. uy Your Furniture On the Installment Plan Ask about our easy payment plan, we can make special ar? rangements for weekly <>r monthly payments. Drop in. Bring the wife and daughter. You are always welcome, and and there is sn> charge for looking. Look at everything, for we want y<>u t< the W. W. Taylor & Sons Big Stone Gap, Virginia Witt Grocery Company Successors to P. H. Barron Staple and Fancy Groceries Wo have an entire and com? plete stock. We carry at all limes a nice fresh line of Vcg tablcs, Fresh F'ruits and Can? dies. Your patronage will he greatly appreciated, and we will give everybody a square deal. All phono orders will receive prompt and careful at? tention. Give us a trial. Free Delivery! South-West Insurance Agency 'Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident arid Casuality In surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estatu and Commission Brokers. OnVcoin Interment Builtllng BIG STONE GAP. VA ]fiiia[sip]isTiafiip[5ps^ Supplies Ledgers, Records, Time Books, Legal Papers, Carbons, Manuscript Covers, Letter and Invoice Files, Typewriter [al Ribbons and Papers, Pencils, Pens, Ink. m Our line of Ollice Supplies is complete in every [CT j respect. Wlicn in need of anything in tin's line don't [ejj I -.end to the ( ity (or it, hut ionic ti> our place and see m] I foi yourscll whethei we can supply your wants. ict Wise Printing1 Company ? Big Stone Gap, Va. p PS Announcing Hum m How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit?FREE YOU hud this practical, expert information. Whether you own or intend to plant a tew true ; or a thousand, It is Infor? mation that wilt gave rou time, I ibor nrid money. Oet It 1 simply mud u. your name and address on the coupou-or oo a p--sl:il. If you prefer. uro eclltnc prodlelnui We wilt cl.iilly mail v-'u a to -,' ropy Otout KowCit iloc-an II X 8 In. book ihm i, simply pecked with hint* thai will enable you to secure bump-.-r crops ol linrst fr.iit?.in-.l ten itu-iu .u t>-p markrl price,. The whole bOOV t. Rliert with facts that will Interest eiwtlnftrBcr, you--tacts about hovv fiull-L'lower* ot : I 1 I irv;. K, Ibrllly. act - Ill-It itark ttio'l phaslee the truth i irk TreoJ Reer null?! re. natura! color photo, . i.ll IhroUL-h Um bock, up/ today to Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. Or I me I t.oidtn -the tree development that ic?Ut* "t.i I.ir rot." (ici !he New Poets about Clark DcKcIoua." Stark 1 ith Siberia, and All tfco UStfsl i . he*. St ith Bro - rrown. J. H.fUttt Waches, also Lincoln hear. Star It Morttniorencv Chcrrr, Mumuioth 0614 Hum and all the other fumou-* Stark Hro's fruit s.barrlas diiJuinamcuuii. Get Our New Catalog FREE H'J^rf^ S 7 hoarltiu your r Stark Bros At Louisiana Mo. Since J816. Stork Uro' Dept. A BUo. / jt Dot. A I.oi.i?itMo. R.nJ me et oner. tmltilf. rusir N?-? If.k r**cni-br?tkio? I mpect to ... ,i>*. r. o. Jlark Bro's Want Good Salesmen?Cash Commission Paid Weekly