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Cure That Cold
Arm yourself against Grippe, Influenza, Bronchitis, Cold in the head, Catarrh and Pneumonia. Many a serious illness begins with a simple cold that you can guard against by carrying with you a package of Rexall Cold Tablets Stop the cold and you stop the risk of sickness with its dangers and expense. Rexall Cold Tablets are a most reliable and convenient remedy. Thirty tab? lets in a package, price 30c. Kl^T^I^Y ORXJG COMPANY Uhe Cftcxall Store BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. (!. lt. McCorklo, common wen Uli attorney, ?if Wise, spent Thursday in tho Gup on busi? ness. Mrs. J. M. Blessing was con? fined to her room for several tltiys last week with inlluenza. \V. Mi Rose add Newton Kil gbre, of Imbodeii, were visiting relative* here Sunday. Miss Ora ('leek, who has been ill with influenza and pnuil niduiti, is able to he out again. Mr nod Mrs. Bunch and ba? by, of Nashville, arrived in the Gap last week, where they will make their home. Mr. Bunch is the chief dispatcher for the Southern Railway. .lack Cox spent a few days in Norton last week visiting J. 0. utltl .lack Fuller. 1'aul .lessee was called to Johnson City last week on ac? count of ihn illness of Ins wife, who has influenza at the home of her pa-cuts, where she has beeti visiting for several days. Miss Gertrude Talley r nun nd to her home in Joncsvillo hist Wednesday alter spending several weeks in the (lap with her sister, M rs \\ . T Iltldgeus. lins W. I.ovell, of Cincinnati, was a business visitor in the Gap Friday. Miss Kinma Duncan, of Jones? ville, spent tin week end in the Chip visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A Baker. Mrs. .1. ('. Fuller and children ami Mitis Geoigin Kilbourne, of Norton, motored down to the (lap Sunday afternoon and spent several hours. Herbert Browu, who is em ployed with I h e Clilichfield Coal Corporation at Wilder, was visiting his parents in town Saturday and Sunday. Guy K. Taylor, editor of the Journal a t Olintwood, spent Sunday and Monday in the Gap with relatives. .Miss Olga Horton returned to the. Gap Monday after-spending several days at Osaka visiting lior sister, Mrs. K. F. T?te. .I.A. Morris, the automobile man, suffered a broken arm la.st week while cranking u cur. Miss Miriam Allen returned to her Inune in the Gap Friday, after visiting friends in Mristol for several days. She was uc' compattied home by Miss Itoso Shumann, who will he her guest for a short time. Sherman (llass ami family, of Dot, Lee county, motored up I to the (iap Saturday night and spent Sunday visiting at the home of Bradley Yoary. I'at Hammonds, of Wilder, was a business visitor to the (lap Old) day last week. W. II. Wren left Friday af? ternoon for Washington, I). O., on business. Mrs. Wren and children accompanied him to Chilhowio where they will visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Ohas. Witt and three small daughters, of Exeter, spent a few days last week in the Gup visiting relatives. Mr. and Mis. .1. M. Busang were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S W. Wax for several days the past week, Mrs. Bosatlg be? ing a sister lo Mrs. Wax. Mr. Mos.ing is clerk of the circuit court of I'ulnski County. lioberl Hounds, who has for some time handled express be? tween the L.& N. and southern depots, lias resigned his posi? tion and is now working as a mechanic with the Mineral Mo I tor Company. His father, W. II. I Hounds, is handling the express business. .1. t\ and Herbert Kepass and Kam. Johnson are in town this week with the telephone crew. The regular monthly meeting of ihe Women's Missionary Society will beheld lit the home of Mrs. 0. W. Dean, Thursday, Nov. I I, at :t p. in. All mem? bers are requested to bo present. Dr. and Mrs. (i. W. Bolts and little son, George, Jr , left Sun day morning for Kooky Mt., X. C, where they will make their future home. Miss Cornotte, of Norton ,M as the guest of .Miss Martha llugi Sunday aftornoon. 'tla Vs7 &sa ss? oa ail hia clsia t&rlsa rxa ciaUi Tuesday, Nov. 19th The World Famous Cartoon Comedy Songs that catch you; Girls that match you Dances that hypnotize; Scenes that open the eye Prices: 75c $1.00 $1.50 Plus war tax SEE the Actual Reproduction of the Historical Liberty Bell Dan Hill, who is employed with the Southern Kail way at Appulalchiu spent a few days last week in Pinoville and other points in Kentucky visiting rel? atives. Mr. J. It. Uody spent Sunday afternoon in Appalachin with friends. 1. N. Hollins, who is employ? ed with the ('. it P. Telephone Company, left last weok for his home in Chrisliansburg, Vo. j TIlOB. F. Williams is spending several days iit Cincinnati this week on business. .Mrs. It. 1j. Brown and small grandson, (.'has (). Urown, Jr , came up from Middlestmro Mon? day anil will spend the week with relatives in the (lap. Miss iSlhsabeth Bbcharding returned to tier home in Louis? ville Saturday night after spending Bevi nil weeks in the (lap, where she has been nurs? ing. II. L Uilly, of Norton, spout a few hours in town Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Golden Larihur and M Moser, of Norton, motored down to l he t lap Sunday W. I? Kilhotirn is spending several days in Itlacks'itug this week on business. Stanley F Asesek, of (,hica. go.whnhttsbeen very ill with in llUHIIJS i al the Monte Visttl Hotel is able to be on the road again Mrs s.illy A. Bail) anddaugh ter. Miss Janet, spent Sunday in Fsservillo with Mrs. J. A. Qillunwalers. Guy Taylor and three chil? dren, Mildred, Charlotte and Henry, of Clint wood, arrived in the (lap Saturday night, where they will Spend sometime with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor. Mrs. Phillips, who has been spending the past few weeks in the <lap visiting her daughter, Mrs James R. 'Taylor, returned Monday to her home in Cincin nuti. Mrs. Karl Btoehr and two lit? tle sons, who have been visiting relatives in Washington, 1). C, the past several weeks, return ed to their home in the flap Friday. Mrs. Rebocca .lessee, of Pen nington Cap, is visiting her daughter. Mrs.W. B. Kilbournc. Mr. Nat Harrison, of Peters, burg, motored to the (tap Wed? nesday and spent the day with Rev. j. M. Smith. Rev. Smith accompanied him us far as P.ris tol on his return trip Thursday. Miss Grace Long left Tues day morning for Abingdon, where she will visit relatives and school friends at Stonewall Jackson College fora few days. J. 11. Sherman, u merchant living near tho L. & N. depot, received it stroke of para! -i. Sunday morning and at this writing is in a critical condi? tion. TateKilbourn, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kilbourn, who has been in training at Furt Ben? jamin Harrison, near Indian upolis, Lud., for several months, has received an honorable dis? charge from tho service and re? turned homo lust Friday morn? ing. Tuto was unable to stand the hard work of training and broke completely down and has been confined to the hospital since July, aud is not yet able to walk. He was accompanied home by sergeants Geo. O. Peck and M. F Flynn. Messrs. ?. D. nu?1 W. H. Akens returned Sunday from Sullivan county, Teno., where they wont to attend the funeral of the'r brother, John Akens, who died at (.'amp Lewis, Wash., where ho was in train* ing. and whose remains were brought back to Tennessee for burial. Mrs. A. J. Payne died sud? denly at her homo near the L. & N. depot on Sunday night about ten o'clock from heart failure. She had been ill her usual good health and had gelt? en supper for the family Sun? day night. .lust a short while before she died sho complained of a smothering sensation ahnut her heart and died before her condition was realized by her familv. Her remains were in? terred in Qleucoe cemetery Tuesday. W. B. Kilbourno. daughters. Misses Marv and Blanche, and Sergeants Flj tin and Heck, of Kert Benjamin Harrison, Ind., motored up to Kort?n Friday afternoon. The young men de? clared the scenery over tho mountain the most beautiful Ihoy had ever seen, and that the coke ovens were a treat to them. Broke Inlo Store. .Monday night,after the crowd had dispersed from the big Cel? ebration, thieves broke into \\ . T. MahalVey's grocery store on Wood Avenue; gaining en? trance by breaking out a large window in the front. The. cash register was robbed of a few pennies and a few pieces of motley in a contribution jar was also taken. None of the gro? ceries or fresh meats were mo tested. Tills is tin- second time M ihnfTey's store has t.n roh bed since ho has been in busi? ness at this place A Ford car left in front of the Monte Vista Hotel on the same night was stripped of all I four tiros and several tools and I batteries were taken, probably beiug the work of the same parties. TONIGHT NOVEMBER Fud Fisher's Latest Creation MUTT and JEFF IN THE 13 64 Woolly West" Everything positively new. Bigger, Brighter, Funnier and more pretentious than ever. New Scenes. New Songs, New Dances. Nothing but Fun Music and Pretty Girls Presenting Bud Fishers two clever character creations in an entire new atmosphere with not a vestige of former Mutt and Jell shows in evidence. PRICES: 75c. $1.00 and Si.50, plus the war tax "THIS luITTL-l m 1551 m CORN FEED p PORK Tins little pig got so round[|j and so fat. fipl Eating corn on the cob and 151 such as that. || His lib* was cut short, as rib] curly tail, e?j And now w<- have got hiin|S=j here "For Sale." IS 15] E? ? d 151 i Hisel's Meat Market | [H In Polly Building? BI? Stono Gap, Virginia p rjiiM$ciH<ii|g^ ill Nothing so tempting as Uoast Pork With Spiced Apples You can lind here any portion of the pig at reasonable prices All Account! paid mi linli nf nuinlh must ho Settled ill lull In date l?LACE VOUR ORDERS ?ARI.V South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life. Accident andCasiiality In surance. Fidelity and Other. Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. BIG STONt (JAP. \'A. AT All Men's and Boys will sell at the same ] irice when the goods were bought. Some of these goods were bought three years ago at low prices. MEN'S SUITS selling for $10.00 would cost $15.00 wholesale now. BOYS' SUITS at $4.00 and $6.00 is $2.00 less than wholesale price now. SHOES $1.00 to $2.OO less than present price. Several MEN'S HATS will be closed out at the old price. Lots of Goods for less than present wholesale price on same quality. Good Work Pants $2.00 to $2.50; Overalls $2.00 to $2.50. COME AND LOOK BEFORE BEST BARGAINS ARE GONE.