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^^^^^ When kind nature has given you beautiful peurly teeth, rise our brushes and pnstcs and PRE | SERVE them. A clean iuouth and sweet breath are not only a murk of good breeding, but also nuike food tnste better arid aid digestion. You can make your hiiir pretty and keep it pretty by using our tonics. The minute you enter our drug store you will say. "Well, here's where 1 will trade." Kelly Drug Company Xj/ic fficxa// Store Bid STONE GAP. VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS Loe I.'it'ir. of I).uiii\ Was in town |friilny. ,1. T Aldorson, a well known traveling in tin of M m -1 ? 11 - shorn, wits among ihn knights of Bui grip in town hist week Hubert I.. Peiinington, of Bristol, was ii visitor Hi toWii Sunday, .Miss Mary U'lly wo.s confined to her room pait uf last wook with tin- grippe. .Famos Kl.tiling was down from Morton Saturday en busi? ness. Cards worn received heic ijis'i week announcing tin- liirth of another daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I nni Iteech- al their hptii<! in fJlovoldnd, tiliio. Jas. Caintihi-, who is h ejttod at Kingsport, spent Sund iy vis. iting his family in the Giip. .1. Bulk Wolfe. <,f Halite, spoilt Bnndav in tin (lap visit ing iioiiipfolks. Mrs. Will Millard, uf Slemp, icussell County, spoilt a few days in the (Sap this week with her parents, Mr and Mrs /.itu Parsons, hear the I.. >v X. I?e pot. .1. M. Barr, a well known coal operator, of Norfolk, was t business visitor to the (lap oi last Saturday. W. II Polly has rOturttei from a business trip to Balli inure and Washington; Dr. \\ ill Hall, of Norton, wai in town Snturdriy C. II 'I'hoinpson, an offie a of the (lid Virginia ( oal Com pany at St. Charles, spent S?t unlay in town. Itansoin Pay he spent Buudn a'. Jasper visiting friends. Rev, H'ttrvo AritinrR?rij of NVlilldn'rt (Irork, who is one of the: Jurors in Court, spent Sun day with Ins nephew* Miiriitn Ahdersoh; ill Km.la Miss Winiffeii Mtilliiis spent Rever.il .lays hist week with ielati ves in 11 hitiiorgau. Mis. .Ink- Taggart. of K .li? ke.?, spent Kriday and Saturday in tho < lap with r. lat i ves. .1. (i. Munsey is spending a fo-.v .lavs at ids home in the (lap this week. Mr. und Mis. (NinierOtl Par? sons and I. il.v, of Tom's Cr -ek . are sp. nd i iig a lev.- day wiih Mr. I'arsi.ii-' parents near the I.. ?i N Dojioti Miss llnchej t'raft, who is tit leudini: school ul Virginia In term.>nt in Bristol, spent the w... ? k end with her father, I lev'; .1. 1!. Craft, ill the (lap. Mrs. Iletiry Morison spoilt a few .Ia\ last week wit l> her par? ents. I Ion. and Mrs. .1. 11. Cox, at Johnson t !ity. Mrs. Karl Stoolir and two lit? tle son-, returned last Thursday from Washington, I? ('., whore they have li.-.-n Spending the past nullit h with relatives. Mrs. C. C. Cochruii has been spending several days with relatives in Cherlottosv iile, Va. itltly ( ?'Neil a n d John Trinklo, who are attending Court hole this Week, spoilt Sunday Sundav with lipiiiofojks tit Itorehester Junction. Mrs. Hriico Moore and chil? dren, of Mid.Ileshoro, are spend? ing a few days in the (hip with Mrs Moore's father, Judge II A. W. Skeen. John Johnson, of laeoma, spent a few days in the (lap hist week. .Mis. Kotiert Crr. of Dry.leu, spent Sunday in the Chip' with Mrs. Iilizu Liar Km. It's A Crime tc neglect an ordinary cold or la grippe. Delay is dangerous and sometimes fatal. The sooner you get"it out of your system the better for YOUR HEALTH. We have tin- medicine and you have the price. Us? Pcnslar Laxative Cold Breakers for internal remedy and Gow'ari's or N ick's Croup and Pneumonia Salve on the outside and get quick relief. ASK THE MAN. Mutual Drug Company ik??Ur?ltATED BIG STONE GAP, VA. I Joshua Bullitt, who is attend? ing School at the University of 'Virginia at Ohurlottcsvillo, is Spending a short vacation in the ?lap this week with homo folks. Born to Mr. and Mrs Will Potter on I ist Priday morning, a hoy. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wumplcr ami litt!.- daughter, Soilii', wen visiting relatives Iii Bust Stone! < lap Sunday. Jailer and Mrs. John Horton.' of Wise, wi re in town Sunday visiting relatives and friends, James Gillv, of Drydcn; wris ;t visitor to lite Gup Satiiidoy. II I. Line sp.'ut Sunday in IN e t ovo. Seott County, visit-! ing his parents ? Carl L ine, of Kve Cove, was in town I he first of tlio week! visiting relal iveS; Btiy Hanks spent Sunday at (i ite (!||y visit ing friends. .MiUon (i Boone, of Bristol, spent Sunday in the 1 iap. M V Mi-Kenan, of Iniboden, spent Siiudav in I lie I lap. the 1 guest of ti. t;. McPerran. Mrs. K |;. l av lor and son Uiiyvof Kiiigsport, Tone., are visiting relatives in 11>? ? (lap till-, week. Wutoli next issi.f the Post for;particulars on Nickels Pros. !Milliiier\ opening, adv ! Mrs. dose Albala.lejo, of Chicago, is tiie fiuesi of lier sis toV, MrS, A. D. ( KveilS, in the (iap. Mis M U. McOorkle enter Unified at diiiner Snnddv Miss Nell VahOoider, Mrs. ' Sadie I I. ililtatn and Mrs. Holl', of A pi pitlaehiit, l Krank Richmond was down from Osaka Sunday visiting I friends I'. W. Ilondtirailt, a protni mint c o a I operator, of St. (Charles, was in town Siturday im husiiii ss. A i >. Wagner, superintend ent of the V irginia Leo Coal Company, at St. Charles, was a business visitor in the Cap Sat? urday. Mis. W. It Killioume return Oil home from I M yden last week Whore she was called on ac count of the illness of her mother: Mrs. Leo Jessie, who i improving somewhat at this wrifng. Mr an.I M rs I Un- ajoliser and little son, ( it is, .1 r.. left Monday on a triii south. Mr. and Mrs; .1 K Bililli en lei'.taiiied itl sis of clock dinner Weilniisdav evening the follow mg guests'. Mi. and Mis. W. II Itobertrioti, Mis Dale Small and Miss Margie White Mrs. C. T t (render is in Louisville this Week visiting her sister, Mrs. S. A. Weather .1 M. I'lanary and sister, Mrs, Helle Sletnp, of L-e ('utility, spent Monday in town visiting their aunt, Mrs. Plorelice Flail aTy and other relatives. Mrs ,1. M. Willis returned to the (iap Tuesday night from Cincinnati where she spoilt li week purchasing slock for' Nickels Bros Millinery hepar muht. i in Monday afternoon Mrs. George Hogurd gave a tea in honor of Mrs. Byck, of New York, who is the guest of her daughter, Mr-. ILS |Ben jamiu . in the (i ap. The Guild of the KpiHCOptij Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Horace Fox, Thursday at I p. m. 'I he annual mid year meeting of tiie County W. C. T. U. will he held at the home of Mrs .M It'. McCprkle Thursday after? noon at 2:30, All members are requested in tie present with their dues. (i. W. Beverly has inov id his grocery More from the lower end oi town into the Summer field bilildiiig on Wood Avenue. Having enlarged bis stock con siderubly he expects to conduct a tirst cluss grocery. U P. Stewart, of St. Charles, Bpeut Sunday in the Gap visit ing friends. The little one year old baby of Sam Harris, colored, was painfully scalded on (he- arm last Saturday afternoon when she fell into a vessel containing hulling water willi a solution of potash lye, which her mother had just removed from the slave. Several pieces of skin Icuinooff when its sleeve was, removed. I Nickels Bros, will have ill their millinery department all of the latest styles and shapes in hats this spring. They will also carry a select line of dresses and fabrics. Mrs. Willis, who has had several years ex? perience in this business will be at your service.?adv. .Mrs. II. s. Behjaniin gave n very delightful tea >n b'.st Sat? urday afternoon from :i to <; o'clock in honor of her mother, .Mrs. Byck. of New York, who is visiting her Among those illv.I were: Mrs. K Li Parks, Mrs. I Q. Taylor, Mrs. .1. It Mathews, Mis. Otis Monser, Mrs ( i.-o. Hogar.i, Mrs. 11. I. Miller ami Mis I. 1'. Martin. FOtt SALE. Kanal not in good condition, hew umbrella top, set single harness with two bridles in good repair Bun about when new, cost $125,00. Will take f to no cash for outfit. .la-. M. Smith. K. I,. Brown, of Middlesboro, spent 'Tuesday in tow u on busi m-ss. 11 o e im.- up to close a deal with .Mrs. K It Taj lor. ..f Kingsport, Turin., wild has purchased Mrri Brown's resi? de!. neai the public school house. Wo understand that the Thyjors will move buck to the i lap from K illgspurt and OCCUpj this propel i v. Mr-. .I nines B Luj lield and little son- .lames, .Ir . left lust week for ('hat i anooga. Tonn , where thev will join Mr. Lav. field, wlio'h.is aeeept. .1 a p..si. lion us hook keep, r for the Marion Extract Works, where thev will mike their lltlliri hon'ie. Mr. and Mis Lay lield have boon residents of the I lap for the pa-,t eight years, and their many friends will regret to lea rn of I heir depart uro M. A. Whitney; a cprncti.-t and also a barber bv trad", who w,.s form.lrj connected with I he A in is. pi ie B irber Shop at Brist 11,is now located in the (Jn| where Im has op.-tied up a shop .in K?st Pifl.li Stnel opposit K. lly Hum Store. Mr. Whitney was induced to coniij I,('re through the efforts of S. T Witt. : ho i.an.lma.ster, and he will no doubt pro* e a vallltibli ill.iilidn lo the h ind, for ho lias : he i . put a i ion of a Ii i st cl i musiciiiu, FOR SALE. SAXt iN Kl N AP.< BIT llav, you so. n it stir up .lust? Ap jily to W ('. Shank, Big St..no (lap. Y.i II B. Price, ,lr. 'The lie ige Washington Ten given bv the members of lb. I iv ie I. .ague at the residence ..f M rs .1 I". Wolfe on yester dav aflei t.a. w a big sue Cess. All.Olt r ; lit! V. US |eull/.. d which will he lised in i he Civ ic League Work. Small Fire at Kingsport Dye Plant. A lire of small damage OCCUr red ill the K lligsport l)j o Wpi k - last Friday night in vvliich a roof id' one building was partly destroy ed. It wtis firs) reported thai the entire plant w as de -U rayed, hul later news'give the result as staled above. The bla/.o was Caused In the dyltr tiiriiiiig .f a lantern, wl.ich igiiil. d some chemicals. Mrs. Catnblos Entertained. M i s. ,1 aim s ('amid.isi nee M tss Margaret Bullillj entertained a large number of her Iriond Priday ufiei noon at the home of her fallier, t'apl. ,1. P Brillit)!, on Popular Hill with six tables of Bridge. Miss Sarah I'ochrun scored highest and won first prize., a beautiful manicure set. Miss Lucy liiner won the eonsola lion, ;i set of scissors. Those who were invited t.> play Bridge, who were present, were: McsdumesJ. K.'Taggart, of lveokee, W. K. Peek, II. P. Pox, J. B. Ayers, K. Steohr, L), B. Sayers, ti. B. Southward, W. l i Painter, A. D. < tvvens, I''.. .1. Presentt, K. P,. 'Taggart, U. B. Tmsley, P. L. Parks, L T. Winston, W. It, Robertson; B. P.. Khoads, C. P. Blanton, Sadie I.anh tin, and Mrs. Miller, of Parkorsburg, W. Vu , Misses Khoads, Lliuer, Cuehrail ami Bau mgurd nor. At*lhe close of the games an elaborate, delicious two course luncheon was served to the guests at the six Bridge tables and in the dining room. In the dining room were sev? eral other guests, who did not play Br'dge, but who were in? vited for refreshments at tin close of the Bridge game. In the center of the table was a large cut glass vase tilled with beautiful pink Killarney roses. Genera! Clearance Sale OF OVERCOAT! at almost half price We will offer for the next few days our en? tire line <>f Men's and Boys' Overcoats at almost hall price. Gome now! All $15.00Ovcrcoats will sell for $8.00 W. W. Taylor & Sons Big Stone Gap. Virginia rw'l deering disc harrow thai IViil be hi .nid will la.st I i\ perfect seed bed We sell a harrow It for pel feet work over with you the now yi)? heed one Hamblen Brothers BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA Is Our Specialty Wo art- fully prop a rot I ajid equipped to doJob Work of ail kind-., promptly, neatly and effi? ciently. Nothing is too difficult for us to han dle. Years of experience havo enabled us to do work of IIh; highest order, and if you are looking for this kind of work it will pay you to consult us. Prices are always reasonable. 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