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School Supplies. We took particular core to learn exactly what the children would need in each grude and we purchased just what is necessary for them. Come to us for your School Supplies and we will give you what you want at the right price. Kelly Drug Company 7j/io Sfccxa// v tore BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Florence MeCormiek, of Knoxvillo, is in tin- Gup this week visiting her brother, J. L: MeCormiek. Mrs, J. ?, Watnplor dud lit? tle daughter [ Siidio, are in Gate City this week visiting rela? tives. .1. M. Klanary, a merchant ami farmer, of Dot, Va., spent part of lust week in town visit ihg his sister, Mrs. Melle Slemp. Kvcry one should have some? thing to exhibit at our fair which will be held September 10-22. 1'. C. Harmer, representing the Norton Grocery Company, was a business visitor in town |ast Friday. Clarence Qilmer left Tuesday m irning for Lebanon, on a vis it to none folks and to take in the County fairs of Russell and Buchanan. Cook with Electricity. .1. It. Crenshnw, .Ir , with the Chesapeake and Potomac Tele phono Company here, returned Friday from u business trip to Richmond, Va. F. A. Grosoclose, of Toms Creek, was in the Gap hist Thursday on professional busi? ness. C. C. Long went to Bristol Saturday morning and return eil in a new Dodgo ear, which be had sold to some one at Ap palachia. \V. E. Allen, of Bristol, divi? sion passenger agent of the Southern Railway, was n Imsi liess visitor hero Saturday. W, T. Mahall'ey is now con? ducting a grocery store in tIn? stand formerly occupied by G. VV, Beverly. His stock is brand new throughout and invites your patronage, Remombor the dates of the Loewiscott fair, September 19. ?jo S. K. Paddock; of the Love lady Lumber Company at Jas? per, was a business visitor in the < !ap last Friday. Mrs. II. L. t'eudleton, of Koda, spent Sunday in the (lap, the guest Of Mrs. Clarence Wil? liams. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Davidson, of Stonega. spent Sunday in town visiting N. 1*. I'rossley and family. Goo. W. St. Clair, of Ta/.e well, spent Saturday in the (lap. H. W. Monde, representing Thotna* Andrews & Company, of Norton, was calling on the merchants here last Thursday. Joe s. Kite, of Bristol, spent Saturday in the (tap on busi? ness. Missi Grace Long will leave thetirst week ill October for Stonewall Jackson Institusc, at Abingdon, where she will at? tend school this wt liter. Miss Carrie Long is spending this week at Wist!, where she is nursing Mrs. Wade Miles, who is very ill. .Misses Clara Mct'orkle and Khohol Craft will leave today (Wednesday* for Bristol, where they vill attend school at Vir? ginia Intermont this year. Mr. and Mrs. l'aul Cline, who have been spending the sum? mer in the ?np have returned t? their home in Bristol. Mrs. Beulah Gates, of Keokoe spent sever,il ilays last week in the Ii,1(1,1 he guest of her cousin, Miss Ora Cleek. Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Gibson worn called to Bad ford last week on account of tho death of Mr. Gibson's niece. Miss Pattison. 151 m There are two classes of druggists and two ! kinds of drugs that are sold to the public. ] 1. The' druggist who is altogether on the "make" j and who sells cheap and stale drugs at full prices. 2. The druggist who is on the "square" and who sells only pure and guaranteed drugs at no increase [51 in price. i This drug store is on the "square" in its ever/ I sale and its every act. There are no cheap drugs M in our stock, and no stale ones, and we never sub? stitute. When you bring a physician's prescription to this store you get exactly wiiat that physician intends you to have?no more and no less. Mutual Drug Company INCOHTOKATED _ BIG STONE GAP, VA. Mrs. Tipton Qilly spent a few| days at Coeburn last week vis-! iling frionds. Miss Jess McCorklo loft Sat- i urdoy for Ricblaade whore shei will spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Smith. Miss Carrie Watts, who have been spending the summer with hoinefolks in Kentucky, returned to the Gap Sunday to resume her position in Rullilt & Chnlkley's law offices. Cook with Electricity. Miss Eugona Batintgnrener sprat a sew days in Bristol last week with friends. Miss Margaret I'ettit is spend? ing this week visiting Miss Margaret Aston at Lebanon. There will be thousands of visitors here during our fair, which will bo held next month and every merchant should have an attractive display rep? resenting the different lines that they carry. T?te Kilbonrne returned last Thursday from a two weeks visit to relatives at St. Charles. 1). K. Allen spent last week in Wise on business. Miss (lortrudc Jennings came up from Duflleld last week to attend school here in the (lap, and is staying at the homo of her sister, Mrs. K. W. Nickels, on Wood A s onUO. M iss Singer, of Staunton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Guy Sutton, in the (lap, at the home of Mrs. .1. IS. Bunn. Chas. HI air Richmond, of Kwing, spent a few days last week in the (lap. Miss i ieorgio Cos spent Sat? urday at Roda with her sister, Holen Cox Ojllins, who has been sick for sometime. Cook with Electricity. Miss Jule B?ititt, who is teaching at Keokee, spent the week end in the (lap. Mrs. (lien Southward and lit? tle daughter, Nancy, are visit? ing relatives in Mitldlcsboro this week. Misses Margaret Miller and R?th Present t left Sunday morning for Knoxville, where they will spend a few days with frionds. Miss Gladys l.ilo, who is leaching school til Roda, spent Saturday and Sunday with her' parents near the N. St L. depot. Mr. and Mrs. drover Orr and Dr. and Mrs. Pence, of St. Charles, motored to the Gap Sunday and spent a few hours. Mrs. Minerva Orr, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Orr and children, Mrs. Jim Orr ami children motored up from Drydcu Sun? day and spent u few hours in the Gap with Mrs. Eliza Har? ro n. Ray Hall, of Radford, spout a few days in the (lap last week. Cook with Electricity. Mrs. Guy Pugh, of St. Paul, is spending a few days in the (lap with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Orr. Miss Katharine Lovell, who has been spending the summer in the (lap visiting friends, re? turned t? her homo in Cincin? nati last Wednesday. Tin? Lloyd Guild of Christ's Episcopal Church will meet at the home of Mrs. 1). 11. Sayers, Thursday at 8:30] Louis Pickerel and Fred Nor? ton left the (lap Thursday night for Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Not? ion will enter school at Ohio State, while Mr. Pickend will spend several days there visit? ing friends before returning bore, where ho has decided to locate permanently. D. R. Doak has moved into C. C. Cochran's residence on Kant Third Street. Cook with Electricity.! The United Daughters of the I Confederacy will meet Wednos j day afternoon the 13th, at I o'clock, with Mrs. 10. F.. Good loe. . Miss Crystal Tatum, of Stuart, is attending high school in the Gap. While here Miss Tatum will make her home with her cousin, Mrs. Harry Qilliam. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goonloo, Mtb. Will Goodloe, Mrs. Roy Hilton, Mrs. W. S. Beverly, Mrs. E. J. Prescott, Mrs.S. Pol? ly, Misses I.ula Mahaffay, Rachel Craft and Rov. J. B. Craft were among those from the Gap who attended the Bap list convention at Cooburn Fri? day and Saturday. Lot'? nil pull together nnd muko this n banner fair for Southwest Virginia. We can do it if wo pull together. Misses Mary Skoen, Matt Brown and Kathleen Knight went to Abingdon this weeki I where thoy will attend school at Martha Washington College. Fritzi Scbeff, the light and grand opera star, has decided to take another h ap into motion pictures. Unhurt Busworth will guide her through the filmy mazes of three new photo plays. ? Motion Picture Magazine. It is said that the big furnace at Big Stone Gap will employ one hundred men und that ail improvements ami repairs air ubnut completed. Ibis will mean considerable to Big Stone and vicinity. ? Norton Reporter. Will lliltou.of Maces Springs, is attending school in the Gap and is staying with his brother, Roy Hilton. The Civic League will have a very important call meeting at the home of Mrs. R. B. Alsovor, Thursday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock. Kvery m umber urged to be present. 1). K. Baker, Jr., of Knox yillo, arrived In the Gap last Friday to enter upon his new duties as a representative of (/'. M. McClung & Company Of Knoxville. This position was formerly held by W. .1. Smith, who resigned a few weeks ago and purchased the hardware store of Nickels Brothers. Miss Kstolla Powers, of New Richmond, and Mabel Wine, ,.i Cincinnati, who have b.i the I attractive guests of M rs. .1. R. I Taylor in the Hap for the past I three weeks, returned to theii homos Sunday morning. Misses Powersand Wine, who are very I accomplished in both voice ami I instrumental music, were tin honoroos of several delightful social atfairs, including motor trips, afternoon pnrliosand pic Inics, during'their visit in the I Gap. The now Fair Association has! adopted u very lilting name as| it will endeavor to cover tin three counties Loo; Wise and Scott. The fair will be called the Leowiscott fair. The following card from Mrs Kula Voting Morrison and son,j Rob, who left last week in their Kord roadster for their new homo in Lynchb?rg, bus been received by members of tin Post staff, "1 hope you all miss mo but blessings iare Blip pose to) brighten as they take their lliglli you know. I hail an awful tiresome trip, but en? joy it here immensely." COMPANY II MAKING GOOD. A telegram from Cnptian .1. F. Bullitt, of Company II. dat? ed at Brownsville, Texas, on I the 11 th., conveys the following very pleasing information: This morning Company II won baltallion competition on appearance of clothing, arms, and equipments,drill in manual of arms, bayonet, close and ex tended order. This afternoon three winning companies bad same competition for best in regiment. Company II again woo easily. All of us in line shape and iu most excellent health. PUBLIC SPEAKING. lion. K. Lee Trinklo, demo oratio candidate for congress in the Ninth llislriet, and i loo. C. Perry, of Tuzewell, will address the voters of Big Stone Gap and vicinity at this place on next Wednesday at II o'clock. Everyono, regardless of par? ty affiliation, are cordially in vited to come out and hear the issue of the campaign able and faily discussed. BASE BALL. A very close and exciting ball game was played between the teams of Olinger and Semi nary last Friday at the Semi nary, which resulted in a victory for the Seminary. ANY MAOAZINE LISTE? BELOW 1 11 Two Years for $2 ll-I The Woman'* Home Companion p The Anerlcin .Magatiac The Delineator KrerjrboJy a Maraiine Qooil llouackeeplag I BIG iTOHE SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY | i Box 42. Bk? Sto?e Gap, Vi. 1 THURSDAY (Tomorrow) Vitagrapli Hhw Uihbon Feature "A NIGHT OUT" y l Lib A comedy'.of refreshing originality featuring Flora Finch, Hughey Mack, Kate Price and other well known Vi tagraph Funmakors. I i Correct Number When von go out to nuiko n mil in person, you always assure yourself that you hnvo the right address. It 1h jmt as important that you hnvo the right number in makingn telephone call. Whon you call the w rpng number v?u annoy another and delay the boh i<<% It's always best to consult the lolophone directory before making u call. \s In n you telephone, -milo. H THE CHESAP E A K E AND POTOMAC TELEP1U >NE COMPANY of VIRGINIA E. R, MILTON, Local Manager. Tel. 9000 Norton, V?. Always a 27.28.29 j ui, The Favorite Ranges Do their work bettor than any other line of ranges They do it with less fuel. They require so little can.- and attention that they save about one-quarter of the time usually spent in the kitchen. I And that eliminates all the disagreeable bard work necessary I with a common range. If you buy a Favorite Kaum:, you will be assured of per? fect satisfaction for unlimited years?at a fuel cost so low that the range will pay back its own cost many times over. If you have any regard for money:?if you can't afford to throw it away?you can't afford to buy or use any range but a Favorite. W. W. TAYLOR & SONS _BIG STONE GAP. VA. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL FOR WOMEN FARMVILLE. VIHGINIA Spteridldtp equipped for the TltAJKINO OF TKAOHKH8. Thirty.third session o|iun.s sJoptemhor 111, l'j'.?. Kor mttSogqa address J. L. JA KM AX, President.