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Under Auspices of Big Stone Gap Athletic Association
RED CROSS BENEFIT All proceeds of ground and eating privileges to be given the Local Red Cross Chapter. ONE BIG DAY OF I.IOME TALENT PROGRAM 9 a. ni. to IO a. m. Parade formed on Poplar Hill, route around Poplar Hill down Wooil Avenue to Bap tisl Church, then cross to Wyntlolte Avenue and down to 5th Street, crossing back to Wood Avenue, then up Wood Avenue to 1st Street and thence to Park. BABY SHOW 10 n. m - I Class. 9 to 15 months-1st prize to hoy. $2.50 In Thrift Stamps; 1st prize to girl, $2.50 In Thrift Stamps. 2 Class, 15 to 36 months?1st prize to hoy. $2.50 in Thril l Stamps; 1st prize to girl, $2.50 in Thril l Stamps. BOY SCOUTS First Aid; 2 man teams, 1st prize, $4.00 in T. S. Knot Tying Contest, 1st prize, $2.00 in T. S. Signaling A. E. F. a message from B. S. C. IO:30 Boys' Sack Race 1st prize S2.00 in Thrift Stamps. I0 45 Boys' Obstacle Raco- 1st prize $2.00 In Thrift Stamps. ll:00 Boys' Potato Race?1st prize $2.00 in Thrift Slam ps. 11:15 Boys' Bicycle Race 1st prize $2.OO in Thrift Stamps Il;30 Boys' Ball Game?East Stone Gap High School vs Big Stone Gap High School to I.0O For Big Stone Gap Athletic Association Sil? ver Cop to become the property of Winner I DO to 1.30?Lunch at Red Cross Stands. 1 30 Wrestling from mule back, four men per team. Prize to winning team $IO in Thrill Stamps 1:45 Togo! War from bare back mules. Four men per team. 1st prize $8.00 In Thrift Stamps 2;00 Slow Mule Race. 1st prize $5.00 2:15 Men's Tug of War IO men to team; 1st prize $10 00 in Thrift Stamps 2:30 Men's Potato Race, 1st prize $3.OO in Thrift Stamps 2:30 Men's Pickaback Wrestle, 1st prize $4.00 in Thrift Stamps 2 45 Fords backing once around; 1st prize $5.OO; 2nd $2.50 in Thrift Stamps 3:00 to 3:45?Public Speaking 3.45 to 5:O??Base Ball- The Mines vs The Towns For Big Stone Gap Athletic Association Sil? ver Cup to become the property of winner 5.30 to 6.30?Races To ground good all day, 25 cents. Grand Stand, morning 10 cents; afternoon 25c. The Movie Man wi to make Pictures for Our Boys in France VERY FINE FOR THE STOMACH Gas Formed After Meals Af? fected Heart. Felt Nerves, Too. ROANOKE LADY TELLS HOW SHE RECOVERED "1 htul nervous indigestion myself for two years und know? ing how n person suffers when troubled that way I waul to tell my experience in hopes of help? ing someone else." declared Airs. Alice Dudley, 411 Kast Ave. ltoanoke. "(Ins formed on my stomach, nothing would digest right and the gas pressure affected my heart. I tried every thing I saw advertised and surely syiu Iiathize with those who do not ruow what to tuke. My system was a nervou wreck but after using T a n 1 a c I my appetite returned, 1 con cat! uny tiling now ami I know Others can got the same roliof." continued Mrs. Dudley of Uon noke. Is YOUR STOMACH 0. K. Plenty of people get but fifty per cent value out of food lin y eat simply because their diges lion isn't working right. No wonder they catch colds easy, have an ache ami pain here and there'; headache now and then. Pull yourself together, go down to the drug store liste,I below and on the way home weigh yourself. T w o weeks later notice bow your old pep has returned and go again to the scales for the verdict. It is always in favor of Tanlac, the Master Medicine. The great institution out dt Dayton Ohio where Tanlac is made stands back of Tu n I a o and nearly u million men and Women endorse it. The genuine fresh from Day ion bearing the name T C. Prince can only be neon ret I bv Mutual Pnarmacy. ?Adv. The food administration has! issued mi interesting statement in which wo can boo tlio result I of the food economies effected by mir wheat less and meatless days, duly 1st, 1017. the wheat | available fur export was esti-1 mated at 20,000,000 bushels In| ili.' period from thai date to dune 1st, 1018, our shipments ot wheat to tin- allies amounted I to 120,000,000 bushels. The largest shipment of beef pro? ducts in any one month during this period bus been 87,000,000 pounds, against the ordinary export of pork in one month reached 308,000,000 pounds: j These supplies have been used : lo help feed the armies of Franco, Belgium, Kngland and to some exteut Italy. Some of thc3Q foodstuffs have nlsoj boon used for tho civillinti pop j ulatioii of these countries, lt in d splendid record dud shows that the coro und Bolf-sncrifice of its people have made (he United States equal to its great task. How much of this have Yol' saved? J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSM1THING CIk Stone Cap, Va. Wagon ami lliitfgy work A Specialty I have an I 'p-tii-ilatc Machine for putting Oil Hulilicr Tires All work given prompt attention, G. C. SWORD Plumbingand Heating! BIG STONE GAP. VA. Cunt racing ami repair work, odiljolil a specially, S]>colHcatlona furnished free oo application. I'roiupt service always. Work (1. me in Appalaohla; Peunlogton Cap. Jotiesvlllc anil other nearby town*. Buy your Stationery from the Wise Printing Company J.E.HORSMAN, Florist, DOOLEY, VA. Tolophone 1030 Norton, Vtt. Another retuliider m>t to forget us when in iirc-cl of Klowirs lor any decaalotij Hosts. Violets, Sweet Pom, Orchids, t'ur nations, chrysanthemums ami Potted flaut*, Corsage work and Khiral Design? i Specially. l)ul nf town orders tilled promptly by Parcel l'osl, Special Delir ry, Express or Telegraph University of Virginia UNIVERSITY, VA. Spocial War Coursoa are of- I forotl in mldiliiiu to the usual courses in the College, tiradtiatc, Law, Medical! and Engincerinc; Deparltnepta, Ten dol, tats cnveiK all costs to Virgiula students in the Academic Department*. Send for catalogue. Howard Winstun, Hcgistmr. Dr. G. C. Honoycutt DENTIST j BIG ISTONE OAP, VA. Office In Willis Building over Muttia. Drug Store. r._lffl Seh. ._ / May Hub im? LEAVE XOKTOM. VA ???.*' 8 8:80 I?. m. for W?dw3*J|?g terinedlato ?taiionv i '? -Pullman ?teepers ?n.| utaES"?! LEAVE IIHISTOL.VA |>.,||. ?J. ' for Kaal Itadford, Itoaui'ka 'i , ? b?rg, Pelorsburg, Kit.ttBV^* lolk an<l llagcrstowi,. (???; ' (lirullcr) I? Koalinkc ?,'| town. Iiillmati Sleeiwi IIa,..,,, "' iu Philadelphia. "HHM.mii 13 01 p. m. ilally ror all imiuli Ilrl.to) and Lyuchbui? ? .?t l" Walt.inal OliOp.m Wilfc ff V oago KxprcHa r.a all |???ls , . " iiurthweat. 1:10 p. }U. for Norfolk ?ml liitenB(dui IKilut?, l'iillinaii Sleepers u, KattM 1:0.-1 p. hi. aud 8:20 p. in lllnilt?! , Z\ IraiiiH with puIllluuvlueiKltlAWuk liiglmi. Halllinoru. MdladeliAU Now York via Lyuehburg U*."' make loral slops. W. (1. Saukiikiis, (i I' i. W. II. ?KVII.li, Pass Traf Mn Legal Blanks For Justice of the Peace. We have the most complete'! set of forms for use h) Justices: of the Peace of any house in] Virginia. Our prices arc \ 75 cents per Hundred of an assortment ol blanks.] Cash with order which can.iW ways lie liilcd promptly. Al? ways order by number, No. J 1 Warrant of Arrest. 3 Commitment to Answer liiitictinrot:. a Ccrtillcato of Commitment foi hot, 4 Coininilmbiit until (riiuaSili'oilaaif Paid. v| .'i Commitment for I mprlsoiii i \ a Recognisance upon Appeal 7 Wan ant Discharging mm Jail, upoi Appeal. s Complaint for Peace Warrant. '.) 1'cacu Warrant in Search Warrant. II Warraia in Debt. 19 Warrant iu Damages, la Execution n Uarnltbeo Summons, la indemnifying lioml in Kortlicouiiug lion.I. IT Allidavit lor Summons, a, I uU*(d Detainer. Is Summons in L'nlawful Detainer, III Affidavit for Distress Warrant, 3<i Distress Warrant. 31 Complalut for Attachment tgalati Itemoviug Debtor 33 Attachment Agalusl ItoiiiovluglteU or. with tianuehec Prois . 23 Attaclunent lloml. 21 Deed of Convoyanco, with cettillcsts, 8fl Deed oi Trust, with corliflcale; 3il Deed or Lease 37 Homestead lived. SS Declaration in Assum|utt, 3'.i Declaration in Dolu on lloml. au Declaration In Debt nil PrululttOtJ Note. ;ll Deebiraiion in Debt on S'egollaul Xolo. 83 .Notice of Motion on Note. Ilmld.ot Account. 88 Power of Attorney. ;I4 Notice to lake Deposition* 3.1 Indictment, Qoneral. ?id Indictment, Liquor :i~ Commissioner's Notice, as Abstract of .lodgment ll.-l.nc lu*llct. 110 Warrant in Detinue. hi Oarilishee Siiiiiuioiih ami Judgment. 41 Subpoena for Witnesses, 43 <'outract ami Agreement. Wise Mating Company Incorporated DR. THOMAS F. STALKY Ref ractionist. Treats diseases ol Ihc Eye, liar, and Thrual. Will be h?Appalachla FIUST ?'KIDA1 in eacii month until it I*. it. BRISTOLS TENN.-VA. S. S. Masters & Co. General BlacKsmitli Repair Work. Holler ami Machine Repairing. Horse shooing a specialty. Wagon and lings*)' Work. We make a specialty of pulling on rubber tires All work given prm >'? ami eaicful attuntioii. Big Stono Gap, Va. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Treats Dloeases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL. TENN. vVIII bo In Anpalaclua Third Friday in Euch Month. nUflMS-l FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers Big Stone Gap, Va. Harlan,Ky KeiKirts and catimates on Coal and I bor Lands, Design aud Plans of Coal *cl Coko Plauts, Ijiud, Itallroad ami Mia* Engineering, Electric Illuo Printing Physlclsn'and Surgeon OEKIOK-Over Mutual Drugstore Big Stone Gap, Va.