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YOUR ^ALL COUGH
is very liable to be an ail winter cough unless you at once change the condition that causes iti There are a great many remedies that will stop a cough, but unless llicy stop it in the right way they should be avoided. Our White Pine & Tar Cough Syrup is the only one we know of that quickly removes the cause of ;i rough. One bottle is generally all that's necessary. Sometimes less will do it. Money back if the remedy fails. KEWAr DRUG COMPANY U/ie SPcxcr// Store BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. James \V. Pox, of Now York, ia spending a few days this week in the Gap. Jolin W. Morris, who had a stroke of paralysis several days ugo, continues very ill at Iiis home here. Miss Bertha McConnell, of Gate City, spent a few days in the Gup this week visiting Mrs. Milford Qilly. .Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Miller anil two daughters, Misses Mar? garet and Christine, and little son, Milton, have been spending a few days in Knoxville. Miss Maude McDowell, of Jonesvillo, spent a few days in the Gap this week visiting hor aunt, Mrs. ,1. <!. Munsoy. Miss Lillian Head, who is intending school at Stonewall Jackson Institute, iVbiugdoti, spent the week end in the Gap with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. VV. A. Head. Miss Launa Marts,of Keokee, spent the week end in the- Gap with Miss Malt Nickels; who is teaching at Keokee this win. tor. Mrs. I*. .1. Starnes returned .Sunday to her home al Verdi, Va., after spending several days with her father, John W. Mor> ris, w ho is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mouser re? turned lust week from a trip to Petersburg, Philadelphia, Now York and other eastern cities. Large shipment of ladies and misses suits and coats. New York's latest stales, attractive prices.?(loOdloe Brothers. Mrs. Pierson returned to hor home in New York Sunday night lifter spending several days in the Gup with her son. 1). B. Pierson and Mrs. 1). B. Pierson. Mrs. VY.A. Baker and little daughter, Margaret, spent the week-end at Jonesvillo with relatives. Mrs. \V. T. Goodloo left Sut urday for a week's visit to rela? tives in Washington and Char lottsville. Miss Virginia Fry, of 'i'uscn loosa, Iowa, is spending several days in the Gap visiting Mrs. Rogers, near the furnace. Mrs. Mary Chalklcy, who has been spending a few weeks in the Gap with her son, J. V/. Chalkloy, returned last week to her home in Richmond. Mrs. Eliza Wells spent a few days in Norton hiHt week with her sister, Mrs. Lindsay, at the Arlington Hole). Mrs. Henry Nnff and two lit? tle sons, Willis and Henry, of Knoxville, arrived in the Gap last week, where they will spend two weeks visiting Mrs. N all's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ji M. Willis. Mrs. Dan Faulkner, of Ashe vilie, N. C, is visiting her par? ents, Mr. und Mrs. C. 0. Yau Gorder, near the extract plant. Dr. J. W. Kelly and oldest sou, Creed, left Thursday for Ashoville, N. C, where they will spend a few days. Prom there Creed will go to Texas to spend a few months on account of his health. Dr. and Mrs. Hill and daugh? ter, Miss Banner, Mrs. W. D. McNeil, Mrs. Fulton and son, Mrs. Carrie Aldorson and daughter, were among those from Wise who attended the "Birth of a Nation" Friday af? ternoon. Mrs. Tdckctt and daughter, Miss Eula, tilld Miss Hertha Murseo, of Penningtou Gap, spent Friday in the Gap. Beautiful line of Hatter's plush velvets and trimmed hats just received at Goodloo Broth? ers Miliinery Department. (Jail and see a beautiful display of , the above: Miss Mary llise returned to the Gap last week from Abing ! ilon hospital, where she under? went a slight operation three weeks ago. Miss Margaret Pettit spent a few days at (itite City this week visiting relatives and friends. Krskin Ramsey, of Birming? ham, has been spending a few days in tilt) Gap with bis sis? ters, Mrs. Marvin Kelly and 'Miss Mary Ramsey. Miss Carrie Dong has been spending several days in the Cove nursing Miss Golden Bailey, who has been very ill Tor some time with typhoid i fever. Mrs. YV. 11. Wren and two little children, who have been spending some time at Chil ho.iv ie, have returned 10 t he Gap. 'l'hi? many friends in the Gap of Billy Baker, oldest son of [ Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Baker, of Winchester, Ky., will lie glad > to know tlml he is now a ser? geantat Fort Benjamin Harri sod. He expects to sail for : Franco in two weeks. Ladies waists in all shades, I most wanted fabrics, Georgette I crepe, satin, crepe do chine, j just received at Qodtlloe Bros. Rev. and Mrs. \V. N'. Wagner left this week for Rural Retreat, where Bev. Wagner was sent by the Holsten Conference, re? cently in session at Pulaski. ; During their four year stay in the Gap they have made many friends in this community who regret very much to see them leave, but wish them much happiness and success in their now home. Miss Roberta Buck, one of the teachers in the Public School here, who has been de? tained at her home in Front Royal since the beginning of school on account of sickness, returned to the Gap Saturday. Miss Kdnu Catron substituted for Miss Buck in the fifth grade. Miss Kathleen Knight, who is attending school at Martha Washington College, Abingdon, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks in the Gap. Rev. W. S. Robinette, of Ca? det, will preach at Ayers Chap? el Sunday, Oct; 28, nt it a. in. Ever) body cordially invited. Mrs. Nathan Salvers and little don, Ralph, of Bristol, are in the Gap visiting relatives. Pete Coutts and Orlando Am burgey were down from Norton Sunday. Emory Grubbs was at Pcn-| nington Gap Sunday visiting relatives. Rev. (laut will hold services at Blue Springs church Sunday afternoon at li o'clock. Every? body invited io at tend. W. T. Mahnffey is now con? ducting a meat market in con? nection with his grocery store on Wood Avenue. Miss Hess Young, of Stonegn, spent Sunday in the Gap the gueat of Mr. ami Mrs. Otis ?sMouser uud Miss Ruby Kemper. Clarence E. Davis, of the Stonega Coke and Goal Com-1 pany, nt Imhodon, purchased a Ford roadster hero last week. ' Allen CurneB, who lins u po? sition with a largo coal com? pany at ?lkhorn, VV. Va ,spent Saturday night in the (lap vis? iting his parents. Allen wus exempted from military service on industrial grounds. Dr J. A. Qtlinor returned to the (lap Sunday morning from a business trip to Louisville. The furnace at the Southern .Methodist OllUrcIl is undergoing repair and the chlirch will not he in condition for services no next Sunday, but Itev. .1. It. Craft, pastor of the Baptist church has generously ofTi rod j the Methodists (ho use of his church on that day, both morning and evening, and the kind oiler has been accepted by Itev. Dean, the new Methodist minister. It is hoped that a large attendance of both Meth? odists, Baptists and other de nominations will be present al these services. VV. j. ilorsuly, Jr., loft Sun? day for Annapolis, Mill, where he has enlisted in the U, S ; Highway (engineering Depart merit, und expects to he -assign |ed duty in Franco within a short time. .Miss Lucy lliner has returned from a month's visit to rela? tives und friends at Waynes borp, Vn, Mrs. L. i). l'ettit returned Thursday from Itoanoko, where she attended the meeting of the LJ, D. C, and n visit to friends in Lyhohbiirg und Bristol. LOST.--tin Valley Road he tweett Big Stone Gap and Nor? ton one black rain coat with : ruliher inside. Liberal reward for its return to H. A. Barker, ! Keokee, Vn. II. I'. N oting has resigned bis position us assistant purchasing agent for the Stonegn Coke and ,final Company and will go to I Birmingham the first of Novem? ber, where he has accepted a ! position us purchasing agent for tile Corona Coal Company, a largo coal company operating mines al Carolin, Ala. The general oflices are in Birming? ham, where Mr. Voting ami family will reside. The many friends of Mr, Voting will ro [gret to learn of his leaving the Gap, but wish him much sue cess in bis new position. L Wayne Wright, who bus been pitching bull on the St. Louis team of the American League, [ returned to the Gap last week to spend the winter with his family. There is no doubt but 'what Wayne made good in fast company, having beon assured by manager Jones that he has won a permutient position on the pitching stair, lie worked against almost every team in circuit anil on facing thorn the first time lie found it hard go? ing, but on the second trial lie hold the hard hitters down like a veteran. He pitched u seven inning game against Detroit and the famous Cobb failed to got a hit. Wayne was told by Manager Jones upon leaving for homo to report next spring for trainiug. Mrs. Carrio Alderson and daughter, Miss Virginia, and Miss Sarah Heat lie, of Wiso, spent a fow ilays in the Gap this week visiting Mrs. Alder son's sister, Mrs. J. W. Kelly. Frank Witt returned, last week from Richmond, where he successfully passed the State examination for pharmacy. Mr. Witt's knowledge of pharmacy was secured by diligent work as an apprentice together with a course through a correspond? ent school. This was his first examination. Parent Teacher's Association Tho Parent Teacher's Assoc? iation will meet at 3:30 p. m.f Weduesday (today. We are all busy parents especially at this time, but certainly we can spend nu lime for a better pur? pose thau to discuss the welfare of-our children- with those to whom we intrust them the greater part of the day. With conditions at the school, crowded as they uro, it is im possible for tho teachers to visit nil the homes of their children, so can't we make the effort for at least nne hour ouch month to visit them und discuss with them tho problems that con? front us as a community which are vital ones to our children. The proper school spirit can? not exist without the co-opera? tion of the homo. It is our children who suffer for our negligence in these matters. The inspiration and encourage? ment that comes to the teacher when she has the opportunity of conversing with the mothers of her children who are intrust? ed in their moral and spiritual development as well us mental, is reward enough surely for tho effort made. The teachers are anxious to co-operate and will? ingly give their time to uttond the meetings and it should be considered a privilege to meet at those times to strengthen our hopes and ideals for our chil? dren Conference Appointments The recent annual conference of the Southern Methodist Church, in session at Puluski, made the following appoint incuts for Hit! l-lig Stone (lap I lislriet: M. P. Carico, Presiding Bitter. Aupalachla?It. B. BaHy. Itlg Stono Oap?C. w. I Joan. Iti(; Stone Map Circuit -8. B. .tones Cllnohport?J. A. I. Perkins Coeburn?O. I,. Vaughn. Cumberland <;.ap?S. K. Ilyrn. Kurt Dlackruorc?W. N. linker. (i?te City- T it Wolfe. Imhodon?A. s. Ulm. Joneavllle C. K Palmer, K X. Wood? ward, .lr. Kiiigspbri I'renoli Waiupler. Klugaport Circuit?W< T, Kvaiis Niekeisvlllo T It. Suavely Notion /.. II, Handelt, Norton I ir.-nit W. It. Miller Pennlngton llap?11, A. Owen. Powell's Valley W. It Carbaugb, Stiekloyvillo?W, II. Wainplcr Stouega?II T. Sells. Toms fr.-ck -It II. Ilsll?r<l Wise?K. W Cox; Lost Pocket Book host ladies pocket book, con? taining small amount of money and a number of keys from au? tomobile on roatl between Bldckwood and Coeburn, via Norton and Wise, on October 10th. A suitable reward will be given for return to Mrs. B. T. Irvine, Big Stone f lap, Va. 42.43 : CALOMEL SALIVATES AND MAKES YOU SICK Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish Liver and You Lose a Day's Work There's no reason why a per? son should take sickening, sali? va! ing calomel when all cents buys a large bottle of Hudson's Liver Tone?a perfect substi? tute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid which will start your liver just us surely us calomel, but it doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodsou's Liver Tone be? cause it is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and uttacks your bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today und you will feel weak, sick and nauseated to morrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodsou's Liver Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No more biliousness, coustiputinn, .sluggishness, headache, coated tongue or sour stomach. Your druggist says if you don't find Dodsou's Liver Tone acts bettor than horrible calomel your money is waiting for you.?adv. Railroad Man Hurt dames Dawson, of the Cap, freight conductor on the South? ern Railway, was painfully in? jured when he was thrown from ids train near Bulls Cap, Mon? day morning. He was dragged a short distance, suliering bruis? es and scratches about tho face and body. Ho was brought home Monday afternoon. Prof, aud Mrs* A. J. Wolfe, of Dungunnon, spent Saturday and Sunday in the Qap with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Carter. SMITH HARDWARE COMPANY THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Kuril C'oupclct is a moat practical lw>> paaacnger rar?xvitli room enough for three. It Is really two cam in tlu> ono?an enoioaeu r.ir of pleaaliig appear ance fur Inclement weather, summer ami winter, while tlio large ?llilinit plate glasa irlmlow?, ?ith removable pillar, nuke ;.i poaalblc to transform it Into n most ile llghtful opoit car. Tophi permanent, saving trouble ul rui.-iiig ami lowering. Comfortable tlcep ttjihi'tstor l?g?a car of chuu ami comfort. Price |50ii f. I>. Detroit. Mineral Motor Company Ulli STONE IUI', VA. The Nation's Lesson All people are children, cither young or grown up. And all children must learn life in many lessons. This year's lesson for our people is Food Economy It will not be learned by depriving yourself of needed food. It will be by judiciously selecting the. foods that you, need. In this we want to help you. We have many sug? gestions that will help you to cut the II. C. <>f L. Economy prices, too. MORTON & DAUGHERTY PHONE No. 2 Big Stone Gap, Virginia SMOKED MEATS ?il^?e^il^?M?r2Mil!gEJ Delicious, | Wholesome, when bought from us, be- [jE] cause we handle none but raj the very best. All of mir}?| Smoked Meats have that IS] most appetizing [[=, Delicate, Palatable Flavor m peculiar only to meat cured by this particular process, rgj Buy all your meats front us and be satisfied. Don't take chances. It is not necessary. [SI 1 Nisei's Meat Market I In Polly Building. Big Stone Gap, Virginia || Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies from the Wise Printing Company.