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Cure That Cold
Arm yourself against Grippe, lniiuenza, 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. Kexall Cold Tablets arc a most reliable and convenient remedy. Thirty tab? lets in a package, price 30c. ICK^X/Y DRUG COMPANY Zf/ic fficxall Storo BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. Tom Nick los, of Ddiito, spent n few days in the Gup last week visiting Iiis motlior, Mrs. Jan. Body. Miss Elsie Taylor has been confined lo her room for sever? al days with an attach of influ? enza. Miss Georgia Host wick, of Bristol, Spun! Sunday in tho < lap with homofolks. Miss Kuth Easloy. of Lynch burg, arrived in the flap Kri dav. where she will visit her brother, I'rof. <>. II. Ensley, for sometime. Announcements have been received here of the birth of an right pound son to l>r. and Mrs. :-. U. N'ickles at the home of Mrs. Nickloa' parents in Peters? burg. Supt. J, J. Kelly nnd Prof. Burton, of Norton, were visitors to tho Public School ill this place Saturday. L< 1ST:--Between Poplar Hill and Episcopal church pair of reading glasses in black case. Kinder will please return to Mrs. D. B. Pierson. Mrs. Floyd Williams nnd lit lie daughter, Henrietta, of I late Ciry, spent the week end in the (lap with her sister, Mrs. W.W. Uleek. Mrs. Stella Mumpbwor ami children spent a few days in Bristol last week, where she at tended the funeral of Mrs.ti.W. M umpower. Ji E. Body accompanied his sister, Mrs. B. M. Amos, as fur as Huntington, W. Vu!., where he w ill again locale as inachiu ijst for the Oj & O.i Hailway Company. Fresh Kish ami Oysters at Paul's Cafe. H. Pi Chandler, who is with the Pulaski Iron Company at I'ulaski, was in town a few days lust week looking after the company's interests. Mrs. C. I''. BlnutOII returned to her homo at Ensl Stone Gap Saturday after spending several days in Bristol visiting her sis. t r, Mrs. Jeff Moiioyhtin. Ora K. Evans, formerly ofi this place, died at Iiis homo near St. Piiiil with inllucn/.o a couple of weeks ago. PI ?I X 1>. Fountain pen in woods; Owner ran got it by culling at Monti' Vista Hotel und*paying for this ml. 0. G. Watts, of Norton, spent a few hours in town Sunday afternoon greeting 'tis many friondS. Snpt. mil Mrs. lt. S. Estill, of Kotla, spool Sunday in the Gap witli Mr. anil Mrs. .J. I?. Rogers. Mr. and Mr?. S. J, Gundry.of Stohegn, spent Sunday in the ? lap. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. B hoods. \VANTE1).?To buy one gal Inn sweol milk, delivered, dally. Monte Vista Hotel. Mrs. (I. K. Kurchlield spent a foW days with friends in Bristol last week. Mrs. Blake Wampler spent a few days in Pehningtoh Gap this week with her brother,who has just returned from a hos? pital in Louisville,but continues very ill. Mrs. J; W. Chalkley received u cablegram last week announc? ing the safe arrival of her bus hand, Hon. .lohn \V. Ohulkloy, somewhere in France. Ft IB SALE.- Five thorough? bred Rhode Island Red Roost? ers. Apply at this ollico. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sprinkle, of Wilder, spent a few days in town last week with Mrs. Sprinkle's father, Frank Star gill. I KaulVman.n prom inent mer? chant at St. Charles, was1 In town Sunday. Mrs. R. M. Amos and chil? dren left Monday morning for their home at Dinar, West Va., after a months visit with her parents,.Mr. ami Mrs..las. Body, in the Gap. Black Bass at Paul's Cafo Friday and Saturday. M. Bishop,of Nashville,Tonn., wloi has been the chemist at the furnace for the past month, resigned his position and left ] Saturday niglit to accept, a posi? tion in Charleston, W. Va. Your Bank if it is doing its full duty, is Your Best Business Friend Our most earnest desire is to merit the friendship of every resident of this community, whether our custo tomer or not. It may be our experience has covered your particular situation. Kor disinterested advice bring your Business Problems to us ^ . INTERSTATE ^ 'CS.CABTtR.:PResip^NT V'V ' , j:B.wA.MPL?B-. CASHi tR.- 'j BIG STONE GAP. Paul Jessee returned homo lust Friday night from Johnson Oity, Tcnn., whore ho wn? call ed on account of tho illness of his wife who hud gone there to visit her parents. She had im? proved sufficient to return home also. ' .Misses Edna. Bonnie and Margaret ('niton motored up to Glamorgan Sunday and spent the day with their sister, Mrs. Kmmitt Stone. Master Fred and Little Miss Thelihu Rotonberry, son and daughter of Supt. Kotenherry, of Arno, motored down to the Gap Friday to bring Arno's Contribution Of towels and oth? er things for the Rod Cross. Miss Huth Pforr returned Sunday night from Basic City, Va., where she was called on account of the illness and death of her sister, Mrs. Frank Harris, who was stricken with inllu Oll ZU and died from the ofToets of it. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas \V. Wheeler announce the birth of a son at their home on Novem? ber 1 Ith. W. I i. Coutts has been in Coe burh the past week putting in a pipeless furnace for R. C. Car rico in his cottage. (leorge L. Taylor spent last Friday in Rristol on legal busi? ness. Ransom Bishop, who has been in training at Camp Lee, is spending several days in the Cap visiting relatives and friends. Ransom is pleased with army life und will remain in the service of Uncle Sum af? ter the war. F.. .1. Presscott was a business visitor ti) Richmond last week. I). S. Voakley, who has been employed here for several months with i he Electric Trans? mission Company., has been transferred to PiUevillo, Ky., and will move his household goods there this week. Mrs. Voukley is now in Tennessee visiting relatives, Miss Mary Lee .Maiden, who spent the past six weeks at her home near Abingdon, returned to the Gap Tuesday night to re BUtne her school duties. Miss Mary Akers, one of the 11 igll School instructors, return? ed to the Cap Tuesday night, after visiting her parents at Emory while school was closed at this place. Mrs. R. L. Brown and Bin at I grandson, Otto Brown, Jr., re? turned to their hotm- in Middles boro Friday night, after visit ing relatives for several days in the (lap. Miss Gruco Long returned to her home in the Cap Saturday night, after spending several days in Abingdon last week visiting friends. Mrs. J. II. Vicars returned to tho Cap Friday night from Wise, whero she hasbecn v is.iting relatives while school w u a closed at this place. W. G. CoUttH, the plumber, is a busy man these days in? stalling pipeless heaters. These heaters are wonders and cost only one third as much us a hot water system. Edna' Kathleen Willis, infant daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Ruf us Willis, died at its home above East Stone Cap on last Th?rs day of influenza. The remains were interred in the cemetery at East Stono Gap and Rev. J. M. Smith, of this phtco, con? ducted the funeral services. Mr. Ezra Carter is the first I citizen in Big Stone Gap to use a pipeless furnace. These fur? naces aro sohl by Vv*. G. Coutts witli guarnuntee of satisfaction or money back. Miss Georgia Hcrndon, of Norton, spent the week-end in the Gap the guest of Mrs. J. II. Vicars. MiBs Nemo Vineyard spent several days at Norton last week. Misses Fl unary ami Lee Wy gal, of Dry den, spent Thursday in the Gau visiting Judge and Mrs. II. A. \V. Skr, n. Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Wheeler announce the birth of a son, tCugcue Hag)-. November 11th. Little Virginia Churchill Oompton i s confined to her room with influenza. LOST. ?Between Poplar Hill, Big Stone Gap, and Appala chia, on last Thursday between 12:00 and 12:30 o'clock, one gray lap robe. Finder will please return to S. J. Guiidry, Stonega, Va. Announcement has been re? ceived by relatives of the birth of a tine baby boy on the tith of November to Mr. and Mrs. I lii rat L. Sturgill, of Cripple Creek , Colo., formerly of this place. Mis. Sturgill will he remember? ed us Miss Sophia Benedict. A union Thanksgiving ser? vice was held Sunday morning at the Southern Methodist church. Special music was rendered by the choir. Inter? esting talks were made by Brv. .1. M. Smith, of the Presbyto rian church, Bev. I'". N. Wolfej of the Christian church and Bev. C. W. I),-an, of the Metho? dist church. A largo Congre? gation represented a I 1 the churches in town. .1. Howard Smith, represent? ing the department of entomol? ogy at Washington, has- been spending several days in this section examining peach trees for the Oriental Moth that is doing so lunch damage to east era orchards. So far lie has not found any of the disease in Southwest Virginia ?est of Ma? rion, where hi1 found a few trees infected wilh it. In the eastern and northern part of I the state the disease has gotten considerable hold in tin- or I chards. Ulyssos Klanary, who has I been in training for several mouths at Camp Met/., near Washington city, passed through the (lap Sunday en route to Jonesville to visit Iiis family who have been liv? ing in Kentucky since he went into service. He was given an honorable discharge and will probably in a few weeks re sumo work with the Stonega Coke and Coal Company in tin store department. Thomas Franklin Durham, sou of,I. P. Durham, who lives on Powell Mountain, died at Toms Creek on November Ulli from complications resulting from an injury received in the mines at that place six years ago. He was thirty years of age and is survived by a W ife and several children. Funeral services were, conducted by Bev. ,1. M. Smith and interment was made in the cemetery at Fast Stone (Jap. Isaac. W., Jr., the thirteen months old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac W. Livesay, died at the home of Mrs. Livosay's brother, Dolbert Jorvis, at Stonega on November 14th, following a brief illness of influenza ami the remains were interred in (Hellene Cemetery at this place. Funeral services were conduct? ed by Bev. J. M. Smith. The deceased was the one that took the prize at this place on July 4th as the most perfect and best developed baby. Dan Wells, who is bolter known as "Needle Head" in old amateur base ball circles in this section, has returned to Fast Stone (lap, after living in Alabama for several years. Dan was at one time the best base ball player in Wise county and his name was a household word for those who were interested in baseball. About twelve years ago he married a southern girl and has been making his home on a farm near Sheffield; Alti., and all at once Dan decided to move hack to old Virginia where he and his wife expect to make their future home. Dan's i many friends in this section welcome him back. Hold Your Liberty Bonds. Hold fast to that which is good. Keep your Liberty Bonds. CHOICE ROASTS From Choice | I Stock 1 . You make a mistake when Jg!) you expect by cooking tor make a roast of any kind tender and juicy. These I qualities must be in the) meat when it.is.killed. Beef. Pork, Mutton or Lamb Roasts when bought from us are raj Tender, Juicy and Delicious m We must positively know this before we offer them for pj Also Fresh Fish and Oysters Hisel's Meat Market I In Polly Building. Big Stone Gap. Virginia^] Hi t.. ServiceTor Kord cari meant more to the owners of Kord earsuhan it docs to ns. Neglect your car ami your own purse Milleis. Tli<'.?> itr<> war time**, whi n von mint give liii|K>rlan(x> lo tho oollarK aa iiavcr.b?rora Wo are aiithor laod VarA dealer*, with regular Km,I mcclianlcal i-ipiipinent and experienced Pool workmen to look ?ftoi vom rar in lint tight manner and at ttniulard Kord prlco.1. When von can got, the Very heal In Konlsorvico, Why take chances elan whore J Uoliavo every practical reaaon to jive the very beat attention to your car; to keop it r.ling sinootnty and Ccoi.leally ; in have a w ork for you for year*; Holling Konl cais and giving Konl Hcrvlou Ik our hiiHlnesa. Can't you nee your Inlereala must Ira lu st served by bringing youi Kohl ear tu iis when it rci|nlrusany mechanical attention We ii give ydu.lho fiillm-s? of satisfactory Koni service, so bring on yunr t ars. Dome to any niio of ns. Mineral Motor Company ? Big Stone Gap. V.l. ' y -?=?=?B ... i \) Wash the Woolen Socks You Knit with Grandma's 'S Sure, yon can, use GRAND? MA in cold water. Cold, hot, haul, or sott water It's all the same to GRAND? MA. She wades right in arid produces wonderful cleansing suds?mil* that jiial drive the dirt out?suds that make- the clothes come on; gloriously fragrant, sweet and fresh. GRANDMA Eaves time, work and BOap, l< o. It's PatvJereil. No more slicing or chipping of liar soap. Measure out just what von need, no more. GRANDMA i-i safe lor your fini t shirtwaist It can't harm anything, Your Grocer Has It! L. Yes, it will soon be here, and yon will be thinking of that And you will also be thinking of the best place to secure the good things to make up that dinner. We handle all of the supplies for not oniy your Thanksgiving dinner, but for any other dinner, or breakfast, or supper. Fact is, our store is crowded with good groceries that would tempt even the most jaded appetite. They are in such variety that we can't undertake to mention them in detail. Call for what you want. Morton & Daugherty BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. BIG STONE GAP. VA.