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iii Sporting Goods'. Come in sand see cu>. Wlien you wont any sporting goods und Want to be treated right on the price, you want us. Sole Agents for A. G. Spalding & Brother. Everything in Tennis, Base Bnll and Golf outfits. Kelly Drug Company Zf /ic t/tox?ll Stoi c BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. Kurl Kelts, of Koqkoe, motor t>il over I" the (lap Sunday. .1. M. All. ii nnd Kill MeCoi gau, of Norton, wen' seeii motoring through town Suii day afternoon. It. It. Carter, store manager lor the ltlaek Mountain Mining Company at Si Charles, was a visitor in the Gap Siiniluyi Mi HR l'earl li illy, of East Stone (lap, was in town S piir day Shopping. Mrs. Mollio V. II01 ion, wie. has the management, of the hotel at Osaka, Spoilt Sunihn in the (1 ap visiting r'ohttivps. Ur?ver Ititrhey e.anie over from KingBport Sunday t.. visit his family. Andrew Ueeilor, of Osaka iipeht Sunday in t he (lap J. It. I'riee, of Stonega, was visiting in the (lap Salurdai I'.. I1'. Tuto, superintendent nf the Osaka plant for the Slon oga Obkn & Coal Company was visiting in town Saturday Mrs. II. A. Alexander, of Im hnden, spent Sunday in tin I lay. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mouse spent part of last week at Kilev Kv , visiting Mr. Moused fr?her. M. II. timber returned 'I lies day from u few days s isit a Louisville. R. If. Casper, left last we.' for Cincinnati, where he wi spend a few days visiting. Mrs. Melinite and dallghtei Miss Susie Me'luire, who hav booh spending several days it the flap with Mrs. McG?ire' dstnr, Mrs. It. T. Irvine, hav rotlirhod to their Imme in Kiel: in mil. Mrs, Mary Taggart lias re? turned t<> her son's homo, Ralph Tnggort.iii t he Cap aftor spend? ing several days with Her son, .1 nek Tnggort at Kookoo, The .lunior Guild will inert at the homo of Miss Janet I Biiileyj Thursday afternoon at lour ?'eloe.k. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. John I I'hothpson, last Wednesday, u | girl. Mrs. Jerome I, Wells will mow her family this week'-to' Keokee, where her son, Robert, has a position. Mir-s \lmi Flanary, wh'o graduated from the Public | School here last week has re'.; I timed to her home in St. Paul, j W. .1. Smith entertained Bov. I .1. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. II Mat lo ws, Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. ' Taylor and little daughter, Irma laicile. at dinner Sunday at the .Monte Vista Hotel. Mit-. 1>. I'. Hyatt left Friday morning ^fnr Johnson City, to visit t apt. I?. 1'. Ilyutt at the N ational Soldiers' Home. Miss Kathleen Knight return? ed Monday from Martha Wash? ington College, where she has been intending school. Miss Kathleen did not remain over for tiiC finals on account of the illness of her father. Miss Pansy Thompson is vis iting her grandparents, Mr.and Mrs. John Oilly, in tin- Cove. Miss Bub)' Kemper is spend ing this week with her sister, Mrs. Kd Moiiser tit Appuluchia. Mr. mill Mrs. OtisMouser and son, this, Jr., left last week for Washington, l>. (.'., wherd they will spend a few days. Mrs. Wm. Mullillfi and daughter, Miss Winifred mid Misses Callie and (ilessie Mill lins spent Friday at Glamorgan with relatives My Druggist "My Druggist" i.s what we want you to call us, and if you give us an opportunity we will live right up to your expectations in every respect. We will sell you drugs of absolute purity and freshness. Your prescriptions will be tilled with faithful at? tention to the minutest detail. T he toilet articles you buy will be the best mon? ey can obtain lor the price, and the price will always be low. We will give you our best in everything, includ? ing service. Mutual Drug Company INCOKl'OKATED BIG STONE GAP, VA. Miss Grace Wolfo left Thurs? day for Washington, D. C, where she will Spend several days visiting Miss < ?live Smith, one of her schoolmates when she attended School at St. Mary's College in Ituloigh, N. C. NOTICE: Tomato plants for sale by Klhert Johnson, ill ?> gents a dozen. 'rite Woman's .Missionary Society will have their regular meeting oh Thursday, June 1st, tit tlie homo of Mrs. J. \V. Kelly at '?> o'clock in the afternoon. 1'rof. ami Mrs. Geo. Itex, of Kast Stom-(iap, Bjienl Sunday with friends in i he < lap. Misses Margaret I'ettit and two younger sisters expect to leave the hist of t Im week for a visit to iohitives in the eastern part of Ilm stall'. Miss Bessie Skeon, Fannie Smith, Ora and Mollie Ash worth, of Blue Springs, ivore shopping in the Gap Friday afternoon. Miss Gertrude Klint has re? turned to tlje Monti' Vista from her recent visit to Deaconess Adams at Kcokec. Friends of Miss Mary Hays for several seasons milliner with Kuller Biros . will he de lighted to learn that she has fully recovered from her recent operation for appendicitis in the hospital at Dante ami is again hard at work in 1 he store. The Lloyd Guild of Christ Church will meet with Mrs. Karl Steohr on Thursday after? noon a I o'clock. For fresh voting Jorsev eowsj call im U. S. Slemp. phone No. l llJU, Big Stone I lap. Jotf. Baylor I'da uclinrd s|ietit Sat unlay and Sunday in Bristol visiting hoinefolks. A L. Iloltnn, general freight and passenger agent for the Interstate Itnilroad Company, spent a few days in Knoxville last week on business. Miss Louise I ioodloe has re? turned In I In- I lap from a visit I., her sister. Mrs. Smith at i 'ily I'oilit. Vhi I lafrol W. S.'oll, of Norton. I superintendiinl nt road eon | struclioii wei l, in \'\ isi-t',ninty , , was in town last week on busi? ness; Martin Clinics left last week for lliipewetl, \ i| , where lii will spend soiiie tune visiting his tin? t In r, .lohn ( ai nes K. Ur?mien, vice president ami general manager of lite Stonega < 'nke iV I 'oat I 'oinpuny. spent a lew days in Washing ton City last week on business U.S. Benjamin, elnniii-t foij the Stonega Coke & Coal Coni puny at this plaee. hit last week for New York City where Mrs. Benjamin is visiting rein Gap, was in Norton Friday on business. I lO also went to Wise ami placed an agency there for i bis laundry. < lonltlelti I'ro gress. , Mr. and Mrs M. C. McCorklc and ilaiigh:ers. Mist) Clara and Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Itichhinds, motored to Norton Thursday afternoon. K. C. Lowry and \V. I!. ( hey, of Norton, were business vis itors in town last Thursday, t.'has. lt. Karr returned to his home at West Gruham Sunday after spending two weeks in the (lap with his sister, Mrs. D. II. Bruce. MiFS Alice Bruce returned home Sunday from Washing ton, I). Co where she was oper? ated on some weeks ago. Miss Briice's health is greatly im proved, her friends will he glad to learn. Mrs. Lizzie Pennington, of Penhingtoh < lap, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Li. Hamiden. Miss Mary Skeen is visiting her sister. Mrs. George P; Se well in Mtddlesboro this week. Messrs. C. 0. Scarll' and .1. W. Rusll went to l'.luetieid Wednesday morning in the former's new Dodge roadster. Miss Kllie Dorton, of Wise, is visiting relatives and friends in the Gap. The condition of Gilbert N. Knight, Kditor of this paper, who has been confined to his room for the pn?t fifteen days with typhoid fever is very favorable for an early recovery. Mr. K night is under the efficient care of Dr. Gilmer and Miss Mary Connor. Miss Minnie Pox is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Cabeli Moore, in Washington. D. C. J. K. Davis, of the Bristol Drug Company, spent Monday in town. Miss Virginia Slemp, of Wise, spent a few days in the (Jap last week visiting Miss .lane*. Bailey. Miss Fannie Johnson, of To COtna, spent a few days in tho (Jap lust week visiting Miss Matt Brown: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bttftls Wax, at their houioon Iniboden Hill, last Tuesday, a nine pound hoy, which has been numcd Samuel Winglleld Wax, for his grandfather. Miss Mvrta Cawood went up to Cooburo Wednesday inorti ing, where she joined a party, who all motored to Bristol t" hear W. .t. Bryan speak. In our issue last week wej failed to mention Sidney Mut? lins, one of tho ihoinborH of the graduating class of this yean Bobert Morton, of Bye Cove, Spoilt a few .lays ill the Cap last week visiting his cousin, Gale Barren, Miss Jess McCorklo left Mon? day morning lor a few weeks') visit to friends in Warren, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Beasor j and Greed Beasor wer.- in the ? lap Saturday from Glingeriu the hitter's car. Mrs. Wobt. D. Morrison has resumed her furnier connection with the Kditoriul Department of this paper for the present! during the r.lro.-s of work OCCII si ined in the ollice, by the sud? den and unexpected illness of the Kditor. Miss Kli/.abetb Sprinkle, who has been attending school here the past year, returned inher home at Wilder, near Dante, Friday morn! tig. The lOdittir's daughters, Mils Juliet anil little Miss (iilbert.i, have both been quite sorsouslv, ill for the past three w eeks, hut are now convalescent Miss Gilhcrtu has been KulTorinn from an attack of heart trouble Circle -No 1 of the Woman's] Missionary Society on Saturday morning, Juno, Jjrd, at '.I o'clock j in the Monte Vistii sample room will have a sale of cakes, pies and candy . They will he glad to take special orders at any Mit. J. W. Kelly. Chairman. Captain .1. Fi, Bulljtt, First Lieutenant W. ?;. I'liiii'teri Second Lieutenant G. G Nie Ferrnn, First St-rgeoiil <; I.. Taylor and Quarter M tster Sergeant Butter, id Company "II" Second Bogimohl of \ ii giniii Volunteers, left Sunday morning for Boanoke where they will spend a week attend? ing the t Hilders' Kiicampinenl. I}. I. (jiilium, who has been in the Western States for nearly a year returned to bis tum to in the Gap last week. He said in all the states he had visited, none equals ,k0lil Vir giitia." Mrs. Sadie l>. Lanh.un. who for tho past four y'eurs has j been teaching in the public school here in the (Jap, left I Thursday for her home in Washington, D. C., where she will teach next year. Mrs Loiihum, who is a very attract ive yottng lady, has won during I her stay in the t lap a large cir olo of friends who regret her leaving the Gap very much. .1 K. Littlow.I, <!. B: Bar? ker, Miss Ruth Gilmer, Miss Itounie Bullbckj Mr. and Mrs. B. B. B r o a d w a t e r , W. II. ISparkr, Jas. Wolfe, B. I.. Brown, Miss Nell Price, and Miss Polly McCall motored over from Toms Creek Sunday and took supper at the Monte Vista. Mrs. K. M Thompson and two little granddaughters, Dorothy and Louise Neill, of Selma, Ala., returned to their home last Friday after a three weeks' visit to the formers sis ter.Mrs. D. B. Doak. They were accompanied to Bristol by little Miss Mary Louise Doak, who returned in the evening with Mrs. B. S. Doak and little son, Claude Alvin, of Bund Retreat, who will visit her sons, D. B. und Au try Donk, for some time. Bev. J. B. Craft has resigned the pastorate of the Baptist church at this place to accept that of the church at Penning ton, Bee County. Mr. Craft j will be connected with the I.e.. Baptist Institute and will live iat the school in the new dormi i lories. He und Miss B?chel ox pee; to move to Pennington the lirst of July. When You Buy Furniture you take a big risk unless you know the reputation of the house with which you are dealing. High grade furniture looks (rood and lasts. Much of the "cheap" furniture looks just as got ?1 Inn do. s not possess the necessary durability. Know your house before you buy. Our Furniture is guaranteed, and our name, our reputation and our bank account stands behind that guarantee. We Sell It For the parlor, the bed room, the dining room, the kitchen, the porch, the lawn, for every place. It Pays to Buy Furniture From Us For it is good furniture and cheap furniture W, w7~T^Tc^& Sons BIG STONE CAP. VIRGINIA : kurnmer Days Pleasantly ISUY A GOOD HAMMOCK This summer, a good, big roomy hammock would be a po session worth many times more than it costs. For coolness ?comlorl?fnrgctf illness of worries and cares?wc prescribe a hammock; Our hammocks arc well made, strong and fast p >l< aings. There will be lots of hot days and moonlight nights to enjoy a lianituock, and if you tire ec?itoiny-wise you'll buy y< >ut ? here. Hamblen Brothers I ?ig Si one (p. Virginia Get The LaundryJIabjt ami the Happy llaltil will Follow Dtir Laundry Wagon calls around rain or shine and Wash Day Worries are over. The Royal Laundry Phone 113 BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA ..... .. -; .'^My Do your SEWING. SWEEPING and IRONING by ELECTRICITY. We are offering Irons, Cleaners arid Sewing Machine Motors n\. Clearance Sale Prices, this month only. Ask for a demonstration. Electric Transmission Company of Virginia Bij< Stone Gap and Appalachia, Va. Protec&i! Should fire occur at any timo yea eam give instant alarm by telephone; a? t i time of sick noes or accident yoa es? get in irruuix?ata touch with tike \ tor; should danger of any kind thread |1' en, you can munmoo help urdckly. IS'ot only is rt a protection igairev? actual danger, but against fear and lonesonienese. Is your family protected? M THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA. E. It. MILTON, L.oe*l Minja>r, Tel. 4000 ._,_H*rt?* V?.