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|? m?m rA Every Tone up your system now with n good spring tonic. It will supply the lost vitality and increase your energy. Everyone needs a bracing up in the spring. A fresh spring medicine right now may prevent a serious disorder later on. Do not delay. After you sec the doctor, see us. Kelly Drug Company Zj/ic fficxatl Store BIG STONE (JAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. Missen Mary are! Kli/aln-l Ii Colmar spent a few (liiVH III : Norton last ?.k. the gm -'- tit Mrs. \V. 1*1 liall. Miss Posye Burgess returned to her homo in Cincinnati 1 ast Tuesday, after spending i few days in the Hap with hbr hrothor, K. l>\ Burgess. Mrs. M. I), Burgess is flip j gllest of her son. K I''. BurgOsS. ill the (lap this w. .1;. Mrs. ('. I. Chapman rettirttisd last week to the < lap', tiftdr spending soiiiotinie with fela t ives in I 'ennsy 1 \ uI>iII. N'oii a re eordiallv in v iteil to atteml Nliikels Ilms. Millinery Opening oil March loth. 17th ami 18th. MisHcs Matt Brown and Grace Wolfe, who are teaching at Sutherland, sp'i fit the wicoK Hid with tlielf parents in the i i ip'. Kov. K?mest A. I.ich. of (iriihain, preacln'il in the Kpis copal I 'hiireh at I his place on last 8unii.it). Messrs. < i. II. Walters; G. f Cecil, Watt Green ami Rny Mc Kali, of .Glamorgan, spent Sun ilay in t In- (lap. Mrs. il. K. .lours is spending this week at Inman visiting relatives. Horn to Mr. and Mis. Kmtnitt Stone, at the home of Mrs. Stone's father, Hon. .1. II. Cat roil, Kriday, a nine pound girl. Miss Stella Mays, of I'leasure villo, Ky,, an expert hat trim mor, at rived in town Sunday' night and will he employed in Go?dloo BrptlierS Millinery de partition to .1. B. Bunu returned to the Gap Sunday night from a htisij nuss trip to 1'ulaski Krank Murphy, of tin- Lovh holy l.iimher Company', of .las per, was transacting biisiiiess; in the < lap on last I't iday . Li. I) Sampson, a well known insurance man of Kiehiimud. spent a few days last week in i ho on business .1. M. McDonald, of .hispor, was a business visitor to the i i..p on last Friday, II. II. ISnton, of Bristol, was among lllo Hoveling men in town the past week-. All the latest style hats will he mi exhhition at Xiekels Urns. Millinery Opening. Voll should mo fail to he t here. Mr Simon I', inks and ttotisiil, Miss Ada ( Mark, spent Sun.lay at I'enoington (lap the guests of Miss Maude Xelius. Messrs. James I'amhlos ami 11 K Fox etiine over from Kingsport ami spent Sunday with their families in the Gup. Andrew Itoeder, of Osaka, spent Sunday with friends in tiap. Trim Pierson left Monday for Detroit; Mich., where lie has aeeepted ., position as foreman in lie' construction of a large number of dwelling in that city. Mr. ami Mrs. K. K. T?te, of < Isttklt, wa re visitors to the (lap last i\.k. K. Ii. Goodhh . of the linn of < Inadine Brothers I 'ompany, left Monday night for Cincinnati where lie will spent) seveial days haying a now stock of spring and slimmer merchan? dise. lij Iv Allen left l ist week for lliudman, Ivy., where In- will Spend several days on business Mrs. 0. C; Oochrrih returned to her home in the (lap last week After a several days visit to relatives ill Charloltosv ilhj_ 4P oc-i? HO! of the woman is in her complex? ion. Our toilet articles and com? plexion specialties are of the purest make, and preserve as well as improve the skin. It costs but little to have a good complexion these days. Mutual Drug Company INCORPORATED BIG STONE GAP, VA. Mrs. J. W. Fox, who has been spending a fow weeks visiting her sons in N'ew York, and daughter, Mrs W. U I .Moore, in Washington, return? ed lb her home in the Gup last week: Bruce Mitchell, ofj Bristol, spent Monday in the Gap on business: Little George Bogard, sou of Mr. and Mrs. George Bogurd, uiulerweni an operation by lir. Stnley, of Bristol; oii last Fri? day, und is getting along nice? ly." Mis bithhey, of Penning I ton t, ip, is nursing him Special Asli.Weduesdny sor vice to-night in tie- Kpi-copal I Church n'l a ipiartpr iifler seven I ..?clock. Ml aro invited to he present Mrs. .1. M Young, of Stou ega, spoilt Sunday in town visitilig her mother, Mrs. Kli/.a both Gilly; .1 K Body . of Si.moga. spont Sunday in tie- Ga|l visiting! hoinefolks. Mrs. J, M. Willis will have charge ..r the Millinery Open-1 iug at Nickels Bros, and she i will be triad to show you thoir line of New Spring hats. The Junior Guild will meet at the home as Miss Caroline] Khoa.ls Thursday afternoon jilt' four o'clock. Dr. W. A. Baker has pur? chased a now Ford runabout.. Miss Nannie Hamilton, of | Norton, und Jesse Hamilton, of Ksscrvillo. spoilt a few days in | town this we. I; with their sis tor. Mr.- M. V. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. I lavidsOli, of Stoimga, spent SllllthlV afler-j noon in I he (lap, I he guesi ..f Mr. ami Mrs. N. ?. Pressle'y. Miss Mllasue SVugm.r return-, nil to her homti in the i lap Mon? day, after spending several ?lavs attending conference in MoitiU'j Ala., Memphis. Tenii,, Vjiekshurg and I !htrksdale(Miss. Mr. dntl Mrs. Blaiue Mc Gorkje, of mar panic, ii<-e: spomling several days in the flap with lUaino's parents, Mr, i ami Mrs. M I! Met'or kle, on 'ho Hill. Mr ami Mrs. II Wo ? iiliiam will move into their new loin galou tbis Iveck, near the resi? dence of M K k.dlv. Mr. and Mrs. Mi Hi Gfuber will move in? to the loots.? \ acato.l by theiil. Hoy Scout ineeting Friday; afternoon at live ..'clock, in? stead of regular time. A full attendance it- needed to pass upon some ithportiuii measures Miss ('brriuLong returned to the tiap Saturday niglil, from Ahingdon ami tilade Spring, whore she has beim .-(lending a few weeks. Mrs. ( 'has Halo, of Apptlln clilU, and daiighlor, Miss Hope Brown, spoilt a few days in the Gap last week visiting Mrs Halo's mother, Mrs Sarah Marrs. Miss Nell Mans ticcoui pained them homo ami spoil, .1 f.-w days. Mr. ?, 0. VanGordbr and iiaughlois, Misses Kell, F.ditli and F,thel, were shopping in Appalachia Saturday!'. Mrs. Kate Cherry, of Norton, spent a few days iu the liap last week with her aunt, Mrs Dr. .1. W. iCaliy. Mr. ami Mrs. Otis Mousor and ami little son, Otis, Jr., return? ed Sunday morning from a two weeks visit to Savannah, Gil., ami Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. II Gray and little daughter, Virginia, who have been spending a few weeks in the tiap with her husband, Sor gent Grtiy, left last Friday for Salt Lake City to visit relatives. Mrs. liny Hugh, of St. Bniil, spent a fow davs in [lie Cap this week with her parents, l?r. and Mrs. 1?. F. < irr. Mis- Kuh\ Kemper spent Sat? urday and Sunday at Appala? chia with hoi sister, Mrs. K. B. Mouse r. C. C. Long i-> spending a few days this week in l.yiiehlnug on business; Miss Nitu Goo.lioo. Paul Wolfe, Bay Mahatl'ey, John Walton, Billy and Charles Hamiden and Tom Go?dloe are spending a few davs in the Coebnrn Hospital hav ing their eyes treated. L, K. .lessee has resigned his position with the county high way work to accept a position as resident manager for the Mineral Motor Company at this place. Mr. .lessee took charge of his now work last week. Miss Blanch Ores well arrived in the (Jap last week front Haiti noire to lake charge of S. Hol? ly & Company millim ry de? partment in their now store at this place. Mrs. Ii. II. Miles and thro? children, Louise, .lames and Kiloy, of Greensboro, X C, arc visiting Mrs. Miles' sist.T, Mrs. \ S. W. Wax, in the Gap. ? The regular monthly meeting ! of the Woman's civic League] will be postponed to Fridav, Ma rcli 17. The i itiiltl of Christ's F.piseo pal Church will meet with Mrs. Kvorett Drenueii Thursday, at p 111. Mr- Byck, who has I.n' spending some time in the Gupj with tier daughter. Mrs. II S. Benjamin, has returned to her I home in New York .Iannis Taylor, who has a position at Stonegu, spent .^nit day in the Gtip with friends. .1. K. Tagg.ut ;|efi Mondiiv night for Silver City, N M.', having htten Called tliere on lie count of i In- deal h of his broth er in-law, Arthur K?ster i who lunl been in ill health for some lime. Beginning with to-night at tin- Kpisenpal Church there will he wei-kiv Wednesday night Lenten services, which will COtillUe until Faster. The pus tor promises an address at each ssrvice, ami ex|.ts to have several visiting elorgy lospettk. The lime is 7:1 "> p. m, and It] curdial wefcdiiie i< extended everyone. I Ml tell M lllliujs, a guard at lie- | State Penitentiary ut Bich nioml, arriveil in town Sunday : ami spoilt t he da s i i-it ing his parcntsj M r. and M rs, .loshitil Mullins i in his return he took ! a number of prisoners w bo were j Hontem-.-d to servo terms in the penitentiary at the last ses--ten , of cii'ciiit court in Wise ami I. ?<? Couutiert. Mr.-. It: It; Tinslev and little son. .lohn i foddloe", who have been spending nearly a vetti' in he Cap with Mrs". Tinslev's pllrenls, Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. i .outline, h i t last week for New York, where thtVy joined Mr. Tinsl.-y and sailed March the lirst for'.Chile, South Aineiicn, wlier-- Mr Tihsley has accepted a position with a large ijdli struct ion company; High School Y. M. C. A. meeting Friday night at a rpiar i? >? fifttir seven sharp, al the High School building. He on time, as the mooting will In? closed promptly at a quarter of eight. There will la- an iiildre-ts by I he director} follow ed by a discussion of the general topic. I leiiry 1 < ivens; age R'1 yenrsj; a \ litiiran of tie- Civil War. h-fl last Friday inurii.iiig for ('lim? ber hind Cap, -.here he will spend sovornI d<tvs visiting rela? tives ami reviewing theohl bdt tle griniiid lien that place, where In- was captured in a skirmish vuli tin- Union forces and 1-nlgod in prison at Fori Delaware, ami remained until tie- surrender of t ! choral I ice. Mr. Civ.-us participated in i it it ii y hard battles in Tennessee f?r tip' Confederate etuisi,' and to ihi- -lay hears marks of bill let wounds. He is quite a strong man y et considering Iiis advanced age, and very fre. qileiUlV t ikes a hike of live or Died At Cadet. (diver Pippin, aged 19} son of Mr. mi Mrs. Ax ley Pippin, of Cadet, died at .: oVIoek Satur lay moriiing from an attack of lung trouble, from which ho had .-ui\ been biiITeriiig a few days. Burial Services wen- conducted by lo-v. W N Wagner, pastor of the Southern Methodist Cliurcli at this place, of which thedebuasod was a member. A large crowd attended the burial -vhielt took place in Ulencc-e Cemetery'. VV. 1L Nickels Dead. Mr. W. IL Niek.-Is died at his home ai Ibilliohl, Scott County, on last Wednesday morning. He was M years old and om- ot the most prominent citizens of Scott County, and noted for his genial manner ami business qualifications. Hi- was a brave confederate soldier und true to his comrades. KUR SALE. FOB SALE; ?Ktinahotit in good condition, new umbrella top, set single harness with two bridles in good repair; Bun about when new, cost $125.00. Will lake $40.00 cash for outfit. .Jas. M. Smith. Who's Your Let "Taylor" Tailor You'. It's now time you were thinking ?l buying your new Spring Suit. We represent the ciclebrated J. L Tay? lor Company, of New York, ;r.i<l can have you a suit niade with ilic highest grade material. <>!' superior workmanship and guaranteed t.i the limit in wear. You cannot duplicate it anywhere lor the psice. Price: $13.00 to $35.00 W. W, Taylor St BIG STONE GAP, VA, ...-<? ...ji "it. ..... ...? ???? - -...-^???vt _ DEERING DISC HARROW 11>< .tit perl what v.h J. A perfect seed bed otii yVe sell a harrow is built fi >r perfect work - talk over w ith you the i iu ktv iw you need one Hamblen Brothers BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA Mi \*?<w)?m COUGH, 086 II IS AND COLDS Remedy at Home 128 Teiispobrisful tor 50 cents. tnedy, besides sccur antceof llsolllclcncy i. you als? get about h medicine tig yoU i"-t tiny i.( the old <l nt linn vith i iiutily one piiit hf sugar andone-hnlt pint of water. This remedy (>oaitively does ' . ill .in .Iii..tutor in, nptiuii, morphine or any other iiari mir. It is pie.is,ml to lake rttiti children are t..nil of it. You will be the ??l? indite, mill dinier this |>ositive lee iiiisnliitefV no risk is run in buy. i i j li..; leniody, llriljifiists everywhere iro -" i to sell it under the same Sv liifl itiatin's famous Asth ! mailer uf,'Money Hack" if not |terfectly ? nisi t'M ?? r J.Sclilffinaiiii, Proprietor, li l i'ii. Minn. Guaranteed here by Kelly Di iih Company; 1 Ins ycr ord car THE UNIVERSAL CAR More than i>m Mi t.i lo^ ""w in us oooinore are to be sold this y< other motor car in the entire world li wonderful record for Scrvii low* red prices mean tlu: sa quality and reliability for less money?th all; I lie Runabout is $390; Touring < $44o;iCoiipclet $590; town Car $640; Sei $740, I. o. I). I Detroit. On sale at Mineral Motor Company Distributors Bis Stone Gap, Va.