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hen you bring a prescription to us we fill i t
with exactly what your physician prescribes. hen fo l buy anything in the drug line from us it will be exnetly what we sny it is. Wc KNOW the drug business; we are EARN EST in our work, and We Take Cnre. Kelly Drug Company Ohe SPcxa// Store BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL IT J: IIS. Mr. ami Mrs. Jno W. Chalk ley ami Mayor \V. S ltdsu spent last Thursday in Bristol Willard M iller spoilt S ittir day in Kiioxvlllc oil business. I Miss l.ouis.' Uoodipe left last week for a visit to lo r sisler, Mrs. Smith, at City Point, Vn. .1. M. It nr. a prominent eoal Operator of Norfolk, was among tin* business men in town last Week. John Oilly was down from Norton Sunday visiting home folks. Qrcenville Lewis ami wifo,of Toms Creek, were in town Sun? day. 0. \V. Scott', of Norton, the popular county engineer, was in town Monday on business. Win. Dougherty', of Penning t?n Quo, was a visitor to- the (Jap this week. Simon .Banks visited friends in Penuitigtpu Cap Sunday. Mr.ami Mrs. William Stewart, of Kast Stone Qlip, spent Sal urday In town shopping. We failed to mention in I us I week':* issue of the arrival of a lino hoy at tin- home of Mr. ami Mrs. Ohas. Miihalley on April nth. Kniest, || dl, of Pennington (lap, was in town one day lasi \\ eek on business. Mrs. W. S. Bovorlay was in Dry dein last week visiting rein tivos. Uyluiiil Craft, of i late City, was visiting homefolks in the A W. Wsguer was up from St. Charles lust week on busi? ness. Diamonds and Hearts Amu zu, Friday,, 2ibfi Don't fdrgrit Jini (into Kri I day, April 'Ji\. Mr. and Mrs. CIlllR. Hale. 6 Appalaehiu. spent Sunday in tin' i lap with relatives. Misses Margaret and ltiith Hamm speni a few days at TltCOnitl las: weelr visiting Misses Nina and Mary Joilll sun. Mrs. \V. N. \Vagiier spent a few ijaya iliis week with her daughter, Mrs .lohn .Me.Miiliun, in ?rhliaini Vit; Messrs. ('. (}. Duiry and S .1 Gritndy, uf Stdnega, and \V. A Johnson, of Appa laehia, w ete visitors to Hie (Jap last Thurs? day. Wirt Allen, uf Drvden. w is a business visitor to the (lap one day last week. <1 (I. MiTYrrun spent a few days last week in Koanoke. Mrs. II. S. Benjamin left last week on a visit to llOllliifOlka in I New York City. If you enjoy a good play COIlie to the A in ll/.ll Friday Hist. Mr. and Mrs II. I'. Young and iittle son. Hugh I'oier, Jr , spent a few hours in Stoiiogn Sunday, The Junior Guild of the Epis copal church will meet at the home of Miss Dorothy owns Thursday itfterhooh. I? K. I'VUen and two children, David ami Eugenia, spent Kri day at Norton. Miss Ellastis Wagner spent a lew days in Atlanta, (la., this ??eck attending the Council. Mrs. W. S Lucky, of New York City, spent a fow days last week in the (lip. Mrs. i Lucky is lie widow of the avi? ator who (lew hero last Fourth of .Inly, and who later was i fatally injure I while attempt I ihg to My in Canada. hy This Drug store That's Why Purity <>f I >rugs. Accuracy in Prescriptions; freshness of Proprietary Medic Rest of Toilet Articles. Durable Rubber Goods; Variety in School Supplies. Latest Styles in Stationery. Tasteful Confectionery. Delicious lee Cream. Choicest of Soft Drinks. Quality Smokes. Best Pipes and Tobaccos. Prompt and Efficient Service. EC< >N< ?MY IN PRICE. Mutual Drug Company INCORPORATED BIG STONE GAP, VA. The Guild of Christ's Episco? pal Church will hold its weekly, meeting in tlie Church Th?rs day at 3:U0 p. m. Miss Virginia Bevorley en? tertained a few friends on Kri day night in honor of the nt tructivc gtlebt of .Miss Joss Mc Corkic, Miss Oillespic, of Rich lunds Mrs.<i. It, Southward nod lit? tle duughtcr me visiting rclti lives in VI iddlcshoio Ihia week. Ii K Fox returned Friday night from a business trip to Ktugsport, Teno. SV K lYek is .ilteiidibgeoui 11 in Harlan, Ky., this week. Mrs. J. Ii. Avers and two| daughters left Saturday night for a visit to relatives in Lotus ville. James ('amides, of Kings port, spent tho week end with homefolks in the Gftp See Peter Wolfe in the part of Ali Panier dt the Atuuzii Friday night. April _ 1. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. A. Drcil non left last Tuetiday for Beaver Kalls, I'enna., whole they will spi nd a few weeirs with their daughter, Mrs. II. K, Ong. Misses Mj nie Wolle and Kate BrOWII, Who have le imi teach 1 ing at I'eiihiiigton 1 lap this ses? sion, have returned to their homes in the (lap. Geoi U Mans, who has a position with the Cliuchiield Coal Company; a! Wilder, spent Sunday with his family in the (jap; Our Muster Sale of Millinery begins Wednesdiiv, April liuh'. ? Polly's. Mr. and Mrs Paul (Mine, of Bristol are spending a few days III thii! ? lap I Ills Week . guests at the Monte Vista. S. A. Carrico, (he '?candy man", of (lochui n was in town I Monday on business; l'. (>. Yanii order spent Sun? day in Barbpursville, Ky., w here be at leaded the funeral I of his little one year old grand daughter, Anila Kaulknor, who died in Ashville, N C. Friday after an illness of two weeks. Mrs. Will Millurd, of Wilder. Kussell County-, spent a few j days in town last week withi lo r parents Mr. and Mrs. /iine Parson, near the I,. Si N. lie ! Dr. and Mis. G. V. Winston, of Ashville, N. ('., arrived in the (lap Sunday night on a visit to their son, I.. T, Winston. Dr. Winston left Monday afternoon for Richmond, hut Mrs. Win? ston will remain her, for sever? al days. Miss Janet Hailev spent Sat? urday at Middiesboio, Hid guest of Miss Anna MoOormick 1 V. Jessee, who has an im porttint position in the gcnoral odious of the.Norfolk & West, ein Railway at Rounoko, spent Sunday in the (lap visiting homefolks. i. !?'. Jessee, salesman for the Mineral Motor Company at this place, spept Saturday in Osaka and St.onega demonstrating the Kord Oar. Mr. ami Mrs Ohas. Davidson; of Stonega, was in town Sun [day the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. N.'D. I'ressley. j Seethe heroine escape from tho villian's dastardly schemes tit the Amtl/.u Friday night. Mrs. (1. W. Beverley went to Norton Monday morning where she will spent several days with her daughter, Mir. S nod grass, who has been quite sick for some lime. R. v. ,1, M. Smith, pastor of the l'lesbyterian Church in the Gap,will preach at Blue Springs school hon.-.-on the fifth Sun? day in this month at 8:3tl in the afternoon. Ile will also preiich there on the second Sunday night in next month. Mrs. M. K. (lelkiu left last week for Hannibal, Mo , whore she will spend some time visit? ing relatives. The stork paid a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Morrell Friday morning and left them the nicest little daugh? ter. Mrs. Morrell, it will be remembered, was formerly Miss Cora Pippin, The Knoxville Sentinel man and the Journal Tribune repre rontative of the Booster aggre? gation were taken over the : mountain to Norton in Miss Sarah Oochran'H car. Miss Sarah, herself, drove the car j with Mr. Cocbran ami Miss I Nemo Vineyard for good I measure. Tito Ladies Aid Society of thoj Presbyteriah church will have it Rate of cakes, candies, kitchen aprons and caps, at the Monte Vista Building Satur? day April 22nd. Mr. and Mrs Lehm I Benedict1 have a new son, which was horn at Appaluchia Thursday at thohotneo' Mrs Benedict's grandmother, Mrs. John Muss. Mrs. Waller Uubertsoh and two little daughters, Margie anil Klnrie, spent part ..f list week ill Bristol lite guest* ef Mr-. Koberlsoii's sit-ler, Mrs. White. The young men of the Oop are ut r ingiltg l" have an Easi? er dance at t lie Armory on Mon? day evening, April 2tth. A number of visitors are expected hero on this occasion. .John Kox, Jr., returned Moil, dav night from n trip to New York. i >n Saturday night Miss Jess McCbrklo nave a Movie 1'iirty in honor of her gueft. Miss GilloSpie, of Itichlands. Among (hose ill the patty were: Miss Virginia Beverloy, Misses Mar? garet and Christine Miller. M iss Caroline It bonds, Messrs. Bay? lor, Blanehurd, Lane Miller, Jim Jones an.I Mirk Wood? ward The Ladies Aid Society of the I'reshy tm ian church will have a sale of cakes, cuudies, kitchen aprons and Clips, ai the Monte Vista Building Suturdav April 2'jiid. Mrs. < i I'. Mason and MirH Mae Williams were in Appala ehia last week lor treatment under l>r. Stiley, of Bristol, and was accompanied hahk by Mr. <i. K Beck, Barber of A| palachin. Misses Matt Brown and < Irace Wolfe-, of Bin Stone (lap, lift tended till' closing exercises of I'. II S ?l'enniiigtoii Gup Sun Mr. and Mis. Mayo Cllhell and children returned Monday from a visit to relatives at Nor? wood, Va, John S. Hamiden, of llambh u Brothei.-, is the sort of citizens that the Civie League likes te has e boosted. I lit lias ju^l pi ?? Seiited the School Y u'd Coin mitten of ihn Civic League with a perfectly lov.-ly big new rake for the spring Work on the llbwer beds. A spading fork 01 a hoe would be gratefully re? ceived and carefully preset-veil and either would go well with the lake. Don't everybody speak at once. We i. grid to learn that Misf Mary Bays, who was ihilliliei with Kuller Brothers for sever al seasons, and has -,i wide eir eh- ol friends in the Cap, is in the hospital at Dante at pres? ent, recovering from tin opera tion for appendicitis. Miss Bays has a position at Dante, Death of John Rivers. John llivers, aged 07, a prominent and wealthy fitiz, n of Drydeti, died Sunday from a sudden) attack of heart failun r II.- had been nick hardly an llOti. and tlu' news of his death was received with much sorrow by thai entire community. The<le ceased is survived by a wif? and four children. Burial tool; place at Dryden Tuesday after? noon. Mrs. N. .1. Silver, and little son, ltalph, of Glamorgan; spent a few days in the Gap this week with relatives. Miss.s Look-it, Whit,., Mor? ton, Waller, Bailey, Van Cr? ib r, Mis l.anhatr, l'rofs. A. .1. Wolfe ami K C. Akers were the teachers who attended the School fair at Norton Kridav from the school here. Miss Ja? net Baih v went up Thursd i) morning to represent the .school and put up the school'sexhihits. GOLK HANDICAP TOUR? NAMENT. The Spring Handicap Tour? nament for the Spaldiug Cup will begin April 22nd. All players wishing to engage in this tournament must sign if) their intention of so doing to the Secretary not later than Saturday, April 21st. Handicaps will be fixed h ominiiioe. The rise in price of blank pa? per is making it hard on ail newspapers. In thirty days the price shot iif> to 031 on the dol? lars worth. It is more im I p irtaiit than < ver that subscrib? ers pu> ihoir subscription promptly. ew Home Sewing Machine It carrios into the homo a cheerful and contontoct spirit of happlnoss. . utni THE SEWING MACHINE OF KNOWN QUALITY. no ofwta it. ?n other ?* anno. I hi New Home has been re? lieving the burden of the housewife for the past half century anil has proven itself to he the greatest sewing ma? chine value to he had. No matter what others say, buy a New Home Machine now and you will never regret it. The success of this machine is due tu its scrying qualities. Always ready to show them. W. W. Taylor & Sons BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA I Mobhlna for Wlnil ??".>. lilnra. Needles, Shuttles, Bobbins and Belts for your Sewing Machine. We can fit any machine ho difference what name. Haiviblen Brothers BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA (!oino(l\ IVraiiih in Acts AMUZU THEATRE CAST OF CHARACTERS: Bernico I lalstcud Amy Halstern!, lier Sister 1 iicz (iriiy, n visitor Mrs. Ilalsteiitlj a Widow a Hannah Barnes, ? >r Sis I >t. Hurten, a >? <uiig ijliyi Dwlght Bradley: Mrs. 11. Gladys Bile . . Mary Oilly Ruin Tackett :p iii?ther to the Halstchd < ? ir 1 s Lillian Head Maltie Nickels .Billy Baker i s soli by a immer marriage Lester Jcssoe .Karl Baker . IVtor Wolfe .Paul Wolfe itticy .Oliver Swan i ctbr. .Mrs. Lanham Friday, April 21st, S:30 p. m. Given by tho Senior Class of the Big Stone Gap High School. Sammy, the hell h Abraham It.-.rues, Special Musical Numbers Extra Admission: 15 and 25 cents THE UNIVERSAL CAR More titan a million Kords are now in every? day use, everywhere. Here are some rea? sons tut tin.; remarkable record?quality? service ? reliability?low price ?economy of operation and maintenance and the charac? ter and responsibility of the Company?the 1' id is certainly the only Universal Car. Runabout $390; Touring Car $440; Coupe let $590; Town Car $?.|o; Sedan $740, I. 6; b. I )etr?it. - On sale at Mineral Motor Company Distributors Big Stone Gap, Va.