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A Sweet, Cleanly, Well Equipped Convenient .Bath Room Is A Mark of Advanced Refinement Bath Soaps, Bath Sponges, Bath Brushes, Etc., Etc. Enjoy a real bath, don't just soak in the water. Make your both easy, but thoroughly cleansing and al w,i\s enjoyable by the use of a Kjenzo Massage Bath Spray You can't imagine until you use one, how delightfully refreshing you can make your bath. The massage attachment will keep you feeling vigor? ous and healthy, as nothing else would, and then when you give the finishing touch to your bath with the shower attachment you are fijled with renewed "pep" and energy, ready for the day's hard work. Its use at night with wann watet will soothe the nerves and muscles, and assist you to enjoy a good night's rest. Come In And See "Klenzo" KELLY DRUG COMPANY Jjfla Z/iaxati Store Bio; Stone Gap, Virginia !3ew Goal. Yard jj I am prepared to furnish 1 Roda Block Coal by the ton I weighed. Call or 'phone I all orders to Long's Garage 1 . C. Long El BIG STONE GAP, - - - VIRGINIA m iftU fSfsi fsipj Iii ? tiT] r?J fsH?J tvj t^i'' H?'] i y r^Jj ^ i r4Q>i e^ltatS g r?i etthJ im rj l=n pj c? Thursday, July 4th THE WORLD WAR AND A WOMAN Is tin; Eacinnling Theme ot Metro's Great 8-Act Special Production LEST WE FORGET" The Mighty Arraignment of the Hun Starring The Beautiful Survivor of the Lusitania Disaster RITA JOLIVET Prices: 25c and 50c plus war tax In the effort to lengthen the span of human existence, every available resource in Nature's storehouse is utilized. These must be classified und systematized and made ready l? r use. This is the work of the chemist. The intelligent handling of this vast store of remedies, under the direction of your physician, devolves on YOUR DRUGGIST He must be familiar with each remedy and its workings. Mistakes in his work is extremely dangerous. YVe employ none but ^competent graduated pharmacists who give their personal care to each order. This is their exclusive duty, and we permit nothing to interferfere with it. If we handle your prescriptions you are safe. THE MUTUAL PHARMACY Tfi/al Quality *Drug Store Big Stone Gap, - Virginia ?I-1- ' ' ' ^-O LOCAL ITEMS. I Prof. J. A. Livesay, conduc? tor of tli.' Normal, Hpeut the week-end with hits family at Cooourn. C. C. Palmer, of Gate City, deputy revenue collector for tile Western .District, was n busi noss visitor in town Friday. John H. Russell, of Jones ville, was visiting in the Gap last Friday. \V. A. Wygal was up from Jonesville last Friday on busi ness. F. S. Wainbwoll, of the ac- I counting department of the Stonega Coke and Coal Compti-I ny, is spending a few days in! New York city and is stopping at the Woleott Hotel. J. R. Taylor, manager of the Amu/.u Theater, gave a free show on .Saturday afternoon complimentary 16 the Normal students anil faculty. ? I W. H. Polly, who is engngetl in tlie c?al mining business at Peuniiigtou Gap, was a visitor to the (lap Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Jess Smith ami two children, who have been visiting Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Good loo, re? turned last week to their home at City Point. Mr. ami Mrs. K. K. (loodloc left lust week for Atlanta, Ga., where they will visit relatives. Mrs. M. I,. Knight, of An? drews, N. 0 , after spending a few days here visiting her son, .lames, who bus n position with the mining engineers of the Stonega Coke und Coal Compa? ny at this place, returned homo lust Friday morning. Miss Katharine Harron re? turned Thursday from a few week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry Lane, in Rye Cove. Lit tie Henrietta Lane hccompa nied her home. Straley .1. Kelly, who has been working at Fleming, Ky., wits called to bis home near the 1,. & N. depot Wednesday und left Thursday for Ctimp Lee, where he was called by Holec tive draft. lie should have left lust Monthly week, but ditl not receive bis cull on account of it being addressed wrong. Mrs. Straley Tille spent Thursday at Norton with her parents. Lieut 11. M. Rullitt is spend ingu few days in Louisville this week. Deaconess Admits, of Keokee, spent ti few days lust week in the Gap v- isiting friends, Mr. und Mrs. I'. M I tensorj anil son, Nat, and Mrs. M n r y Stutzer spent 'Sunday iiL Appa? lachian with Mrs. Scott OTomons. Mr. Sebwah has the rigid idea of a Fourth of July celebration. Instead of sending up rockets toward the sk \ , lie will send down ships to the sen. ' If voll want results, got the marines after the submarines. The truly patriotic family is cheerfully raising a war gar? den and joyfully canning the products. Mrs 11. A. W. Sk.eus and daughter, Miss .Mary, spent li few days in Rristol last, we -U shopping. Reil boil Hunks, of the (Lip, Krank (Lily, Will 11 U r d ntttl Will Jones of Hast Stone (Jap, left lust Monday week for (lamp Lee, having been culled by se? lective draft. Do not cry out against the terrors of thrift as long as the men in tin? trenches do not cry out against their hardships. Consider yourself lucky to he able to save ami to buy War Savings Stumps. The letter W takes prominent placein our alphabet. Without it we could neither wa g e the war nor win the war,nor should we have wool nor wbeut nor .Wilson. Miss Jane Morgan, the coun? ty nurse, spt-nt a few days in town lust week, where she ac? companied Kruest Turalinson to the Coeburn hospital Friday. Miss Francis Scott, who has been spending the past few weeks in the Gup with her aunt, Mrs. Mulconi Smith, returned to her home in Knoxville Fri? day. Her father, F. F. Scott, cume up and accompanied her home. To achieve victory we must have two armies: Ono that tights; one that saves, hlvery patriot will be members of one of these urmiee. Miss Nina John-on, who is attending thn summer normal hero, spent Sunday at Appa laeliia with her sisters Mrs. A. Wells and Mrs. Frank Kibler of Corbin.Ky. Miss Grace Long returned Wednesday to her homo from Hose Hill, where she visited friends a few days enrouto to her homo from Detroit, where she went with her father, Miss Corrie and Hill Long, to drive some Dodge cars through. Krskin Ramsey, of Birm ing Imni, spent a few days in the <!i<p last week visiting his sis? ters, Mrs. M. K. Kelly and Miss i Mary Ramsey. if your neighbor offers his life, surely you can loan your money. Save with the same eagerness that your neighbor fights, and buy" W. S.S. with your savings. Misses Nina Johnson, Frances Long, Edith Mallard ami Lil? lian Head. Messers Lost e r .lessee, Simon Hanks, Jimtnie Stump and Kill McDonald spent u few hours picntciug Friday afternoon al Master's Spring, returning later to the picture show. I'rof. and Mrs. A. .1. Wolle, of Diingannou, were visiting in the (lap a few days last week. I'rof. Wolfe went from here to ('amp I.ee, where he will do Y. M. I'. A. work during the summer and Mrs. Wolfe went to (.late City to spend some time with relatives. She will prob? ably join him at Camp Ree in a few weeks. 'The Jouesville Star has two full scholarships in Piedmont UllsinesB College for sale at a bargain. Any one'interested call on or write the Jouesville Star, Jouesville, Va. Mrs C. 1,. Howe and little son George,returned last week from a several weeks visit lo relatives at points in North Carolina. Miss Myrtie Wolfe left lust Wednesday f o r Washington where she bus accepted a posi? tion. Miss Lovely Littreltj of Ityn Cove, is spending a few days ibis week with her cousin, Miss (llessie Wilt. Mrs. Frank Witt, who has been Ulli to sick the past week, is rapidly improving and will soon be able to be out again. (Jen. H. A. Avers returned Saturday from a few days bus. ness trip in New York. Mis. W. II. Wren and two children, who have been spend? ing the month of June at Cllil bowio, returned Saturday night lo the (lap] (luv Patrick spent Sunday in Hristol with his parents, Webb J. Wilh-its and party of friends were down from Nor? ton Sunday in hi.-* new Packard Touring Car. FOR SALE ?Onu Solid Wal? nut Gnso Organ; very old style, in splendid playing condition, Any one wishing to purchase, apply nt this cilice. Mrs. s. (i Hill ami daughter,! Jean, of Leonu Minos, Va., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. It, William-. AH public school children loll years old and over sire request ed to meet at the school build ing at I O'clock this afternoon to prepare to take part in the Fourth of .1 uly parade. Misses Edna McConnell and Mary McCarty, of Coebuin, are with Mrs. .1. W. Hisel while at tending the Normal. The local fuel administrator informs U8 that there has been nu advance of twenty-five cents per ton in the freight rati? on coal to P.ig Stone (lap, au I that amount has been added lo the delivered price. LOST. -One bunch of keys, having on it one postofiice key. Suitable reward if returned to this office. Mrs. J. H. Pierpoint und two children returned Friday from Artemus, Ky., whoro they have been spending two weeks visit? ing Mrs.Pierpoints parent's,Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Connor. Mrs. Hruco Tinsley and little son, Uoodloe, who have been spending several months in the (lap with Mrs. Tinsley's pa? rent's, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. (Joodloo, left Thursday after? noon for Georgia, where they will spend sometime with Mr. Tirisley, who is in training at Fort Ogliithorpe, having been transferred from Cump Lee. '?it iiiiT'i SB irtro^in?tmB FISK COJtD.TIRES 1 on -.cant size- ?strength, safety, beaut** and inileage in a tire. That's what you get in the Fisk Cord. All that, plus most unusual rc siHency.speed^cdmfortitntl luxury ? Made in Ribbed Tread and the factious I 'isk Noii-Skid, J. A. MORRIS Rig Stone Gap, Virginia Are particular XQUAUrfABOVE PMG str any price. Thev luycrs lor ^ their food value rather than nil Oitjggp prices. Well- infbr mc .1 S| 7tT housewives know that tough m ' stringy meat is dear at a! M oy know that m & The Quality of Meat L is determined by the nutrition it contains. Oucsiion- ffi |U When you can get both quality and price front us, is M p there any good reason why we should not have vom Hi I Irade? | " Htsei's Meat SVfarket $ In Polly Building*. Big Stone Gap, Virginia [Wl THE UNIVERSAL CAfl Kspeo hilly ?pensive ill prlco bill constantly llfcflll Slid vain il.lr i general utility. Tin wl lie kept going. A little extra attention to your r'onl cat, a little ml 'ustlue now atul Dien, will help to Ueeii it in priiiu condition and mid In its ability lo daily serve yoi most effectively. T Tlio aiitlioilzcd Font agent hi your locality carries : eotnpleie stock of h'nrd materials ami can rentier tin fry liest mechanical service lit- also has prai'tii'a I mil oxpcrlc all the tioccssary Ford ami a full knowledge of liow Knut < anil lion they should lie kept in order, ipnpi uailc Mineral Motor Company Big Stono C.-\p, Va. South-West Insurance Agency Incorporatotl " hire, Life, Accident and f^unnlitv In Incorporatocl Life, Accident and Casuality In surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds ,Real Estate and Commission Broker?. Ufflce in Intormont Building BIG. STONE CAP, VA.