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The LINE TO HEALTH
Rexall "03" Hair Tonic "A hair in the head is - ? worth two in the Bush." Rexall Orderlies Tire Ideal.Laxative. Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic Stimulates the System. Enriches the Blood. Rexall Toilet Soap For Tender, Delicate Skin; be good to yourself and use nothing else. Rexall Mucu Tone A Guaranteed Remedy for Catarrh. Rexall Kidney Remedy Costs less than tc a dose. Satisfaction (luaranteed. ALL REXALL GOODS sold under our Liberal Guarantee. Will refund Money if not Satisfied KEIvI^Y DRUG COMPANY Tjhc Zftcxall <Storo BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. J.J. Kelly, Jr., superintend? ent of schools for Wiau county, H|n'iii Saturday in town on bus? iness. Dr. P. 1). Pence, of si. Char lea, was a visitor in town Sat? urday. Everett S. Bickley, of Gnt? City, was visiting in the Gap Saturday, Mot lunches at Paul's Cafe any time you want. it. Airs. Stella Harwell is spend? ing two weeks ot linboden at the home of Mrs. Alexander where she is nursing Mrs. Alex? ander's father who hue been very ill for some lime. " It. A. Cameron, of the Wis? consin Steel Company, who has heen making the (lap his head tpuarlors'for lilt) past lew months was called to CliicugoThursday night hy his company . Major J. P. Bullitt returned to the (lap Thursday night from a several days visit to Washington City. Miss Hochn, a trained nurse from the Hospital at Stom-gu, has been Spending a few days in the Gap nursing the Trigger! children while their parents Mr. ami .Mrs. U. E. Tuggart were in Richmond. Mrs. J. P. Wolfe will leave this week for eastern inarki-ls to purchase her Spring stock of millinery. Rev. J. W. Racier, of Wythe villa, spent n few days in the Gap last week With friends. Mrs. M. P. Aronhimo left Saturday morning for Rounoke where she will spend several weeks with relatives. Mrs. Ohas. Carlright and three children returned last week to their home in the (lap from a two weeks visit to rela? tives in Chilhowie ami Bristol. Mr. anil Mrs. Ralph Taggarl left Thursday for Richmond where they will spend several days. Mr. Toggart having been called to Richmond on business. A Revival meeting, conduct? ed by Rev. A. N. Joyher, com meticed atAyei sCbapel near the Furnace,last Saturday and is being well*|attendod. EveVy body invited. Why burn linboden slack, when you can get Rodt? Block at Longs Garage. Lieutenant Bylaud Craft has Ii. i'ti transferred from Gump Loo le CiUIlp Wails Win Iii. Spar tlt'iburg, S. (.'., and is in tin; air croft organization. .Mrs. B. S Grim, Mrs. Buttle Rubisan and daughter, .Miss Until, of Appalaoliia, werotno' guests of Mrs. K. E. Good loci Saturday for dinner. .Miss Lillian Head, who is attendingschool tit Stonewall Jackson institute at Auingdon, spent a few, days in town with her parents this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. lv. Taggart, of Roda, spent Sunday in the Gup with Mrs T-tggnr|sfather, .Major .1. K Bullitt. Mrs. .1. M. Stewart has been spending several days at Last Sti. Gup with her daughter, Mrs; Ban Li More!. Don't forget Paul's Onfo for uhttinburger after the show. Miss Madge Mtincey, wlio is taking a business course at Lincoln Memor'al University uunr I'umherlunil Gap, spent the week-end with her mother, .Mrs. J, ti. Muncoy. The meat markets of the town kindly request their customers i to send in their orders early on hcdtless .Mondays as they are compelled to (dose promptly nt* 12 o'clotfk. This will avoid dis? appointments if complied with. But > our old hats in style ami style in your Old hats Mrs. J. P. Wolfe.' Burn to .Mr. and Mrs. Harry K Taylor last Tuesday week, at their home in Hazard, Ivy., n boy, which they have named Hurry ,lr. ? Mis. II. K. Taylor returned Sunday night from u several days visit to her son Harry Taylor in Hazard, Ky. Mrs. GuyJelTroys, of Keokee, spent a lew hours in the (lap Monday morning. Editor <i. X. Knight has been very ill since last Friday with l a ysipchis but is improving I now wo ate glad to say. Rev. .1. -M Smith will lilt his regular appointments next Sun? day as follows: Prefchy lerian Church 11 a. m , Buffalo Gap 3:80 p, m. B)g Spring 7:110 p. in. A cordial invitation to till to attend these services. Do you want your old hat rnblockcd? Now is your time, Panamas, Bangkoks, Milan Hemps and Leghorns. No cr dera'accepted after Keb. 20(h. Phone 155. THE MEAT QUESTION ggign^rgt?g^^ispsM^ Here Is A Pointer A vegetable diet may fur? nish a certain amount of blood and tissue building 'eteiflenta,' but not enough brain and nerve force. You Must Eat Meat to keep your nerves in proper trim. A well-balanced diet is what you require and we can supply you with meat that is nutritious. Come and see us. Hisel's Meat Market | In Polly Building. Big Stone Gap, Virginia W. I, Daviil.mm, of JontiS ville, was a business visitoi in town last Friday. County Clerk W. It. 11 itmil t?n was down from Wise last Friday. .Mrs. Elizabeth Gill.? has bei n quite aick for the past few days. R?v. VK. L. McOonnoll, of Surgoinsvillc, Tonn., was tho guest of Mr, und Mrs. J. B Duugherly Tuesday being ??n route l<i Jonesvillo lo visit his father. Why not llooverize oh ashes, by burning Roda Block coal, No dirt, no Clinkers. Dr. D. F. Orr, of Oustlewood, a member of the MeJicul Ad? visory Hoard, attended its regit lar meeting here Saturday to examine Registrants. Itobort Brown, of Middles horo, spent Saturday ami Sun? day in the Gap .-isiting his grandmother, Mrs, L'tllrti Bick icy. Treasurer I'. H. Kennedy bus been Oil the sick list for (he past lew days. City plumber, .). M Potter is attending to the c?l lection of water rents during Mr. Kennedy's illness. Mrs. J. \V. Kelly left Th?rs day for Princeton, W. Vn., where she was called on ac? count of the death of her little eight years old nephew, John Mctjuire, sou of Dr. and Mrs. ! Joe McQuire, of Princeton. .Mrs. McQujre was formerly I MissGorlrutle Plunury, of Wise. Rev. J. B. Craft went over to Bristol Monday afternoon lo attend the annual meeting of the Board of Directors of Vir? ginia Intcrmont College, of which he is a member. FOB RBNT? Small Iioiihu good stand for meal market, no competition near, rent ren bgliable. Call on or write, | Mrs. W. A. Stewart, Kingsport, Tonn. Mr. D. D. S'/.er, County Farmer Agent, will speak at the Baptist Church on Sunday morning at II o'clock. Mr. Sixer is a lay mini, but Ihe sub? ject be will dlSCUSS will be of interest to all. You will be welcome, ami are invited to at? tend. Senator John M. Goddloe, of the (lap, wits among the guests at a dinner Friday night given at the executive mansion by Governor Davis in Richmond in the honor of the members of tho legislature The table was decorated with red Virginia roses anil smilax and covers were (aid for twenty-eight guests. ?elvert, Jr., the 18 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1). Jarvis, of Stonega, died last Thursday night at 2 o'clock from an attack of pneumonia. Funeral services were conduct ed at the. residence by Rev. ,). Si. Smith, of this place and the little remains were interred in Glencoe Cemetery Saturday af? ternoon. Our forpier Mayor, VV. S. Rose, met with a complete sur? prise Satur.Iuy night as he was returning home from Pineville, Ky., when he met bis brother, James W. Rose, of Weuatchee, Wash., who was coming hero on a visit. It is needless to say the meeting was a happy one as they had not seen each othe'r for 22 years. Air. Rose was ac? companied by his wife and they will spend several da; before returning homo. Sheriff W. B. Addington, of Wiso, spent lust Friday in town on business. Contractor John F. Multins is spending a few days tins, week at St. Charles looking after the construction of u min? ing camp for the Benedict Coal Company. Good Attraction. ^ The Shannon Stock Compa Oy has just completed a week's engagement at t h e Amu zu Thetllre and it is needless to say their performance was highly satisfactory to the thea? tre gt ing public. The lending actors, Miss Hazel Shannon and Harry Shannon captivated the audience at ouch night's perfor? mance, their appearance oh the Binge being a signal for contin? ued applause. This company also had an up to-date hand and orchestra, in fact the best ever seen here with it Irnvling show, and patrons of Hie AlllUZU are hoping that they will see lit to Iconic heWi again at nn early dutu. Wedding Invitation. Mis Kllcn Dorracott tarter invites you tube present at the marriage of her uaughtei Kllen Lytla to Mr. Charles t.\ Day. S.itiuday aneruobu Kebruary twenty-third Nineteen hundred und eighteen at half |mat four o'clock ColniiibtiH Avenue. Itlrcrvlow, Norfolk, Virginia. At II. March nub, Itivervicw The above wedding invitation has been received by a number of friends in the Oup and will bo of interest to a large number of people. Miss Carter having held u position i.i the (hip a few years ago. Slur visited in the (lap last year and was the guest of Mrs." W. '!'. ('outline. Navy League Notes 'I'bo Comforts Committee of the Navy League wish to thank the citizens of Big Stone Clap who have so generously assist? ed (hem in their recent cam? paign for funds for the pur chase of wool. Those who so far contributed tire: Mr. Otts Mouacr, $10.00 ?? K. .1. Preacott, IO.1X1 ? I). It. 1'uaraOII, HI.IK) " It. II. Alsover 10.00 ?' II. I. Miller 10.1)0 " U. V. Itlanton. ?.tHI '? .1. W. Chalkley 5,00 " It. it. Casper'" von Mr. Cameron .VO0 Miss Minnie I'm .. 81st Mr. U K K?I 'VOO " It. T. Irvine fi.00 ?? l(. It. Tlniloy 5.01) ? V.. K. floorlloo 5.0U ?? A I.. Witt 3.? '? S. Polly il.M ?? .1. V Wolfe ??lot ' JA Morris 3.0( " Roy Hilton 3.0 K. I'resent t 'MX It. A. Ayers i.Ot Luther Jeaace 3.0i 1 Dr. Ilonoyeut ?J.O I Mr W s lleverly l.mi l.liulaoy Horton l.ool W. .1. Itoraley . .r,n From Freeling Freeling, Va.. Feb. 11?Then is complaint that corn is dam? aging since the thaw came. All corn was in :t state of dampness more or less, when put up, und freezing during the cold weath? er, the moisture did not evapo jrato. Now it is becoming suppy during the rainy weather. A number of families in this vicinity are out of corn, und have to depend upon the mer? chants for their supply of bread stuff, the farmers having no corn for sule. FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Stono Cap, Va. Harlan,Ky Report? and oatl mates on Coal ami Tim Iber l.auila. Design and flau? of Coal auo i uke Plants, band, llallroai) and Mini I Engineering, Electric llluo 1'riotiag. How's This/ We offer Onoi Hundred Uollso Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorabfo In all business transactions and financially Abte to carry out any obligations made by hlo Arm. NATIONAL, DANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Is taken Internally, acting dlrccity upon th.i blood and mu? cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold all DruKKlfis. Take llsll's Family Pitt? .of ? sttlytttoa. ? i I am prepared to furnish f I Roda Block Coal by the ton | gj weighed. Call or 'phone i p all orders to Long's Garage | 1 C. C. Long 1 ?a! Is 1 BIG STONE GAP, - - - VIRGINIA. " Hi ? P -:-r-;-:?--?t Feed and Meal Chop Per $1.00 lbs. ----- $2.65 Meal Per Bag.1.25 Groceries at Reasonable Prices. A general line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS just received for Spring trade. Please call sind see the near Southern Depot. H. O. GILES BIG STONE GAP, - - VIRGINIA Coal Miners Wanted A limited number of coal miners wanted at the mines of the Climax Coal Co., Edge wood, Ky., P. O. Shamrock, Ky., on the Stony Fork Branch of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, four miles from Middlesboro, Ky. This is a good mine, prices are those set by the Arbitration Agreement with the U. S. Fuel Administration. The houses are in good condition, electric lighted, good water, schools and picture show. The store is well stocked with goods which are sold at reasonable prices. For further information address Climax Coal Co., P. O. Shamrock, Ky., Railroad Sta tion, Edge wood, Ky. R. E. HOWE, General Manager. C. H. MISER, Supt. South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fite, Life, Accident and Casuality In surance, Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. Office in Interment Building, i BIG STONE GAP, V/\.