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II I ^ can't leak II \ Sy because it's II ; -\y.,..*,,,,-J: made in one jjj] \ piece ? thafs : why we guar i| \ antee satisfac Iij:; ^ (ion or your iA'., ^ -\ money back. BBBfewllLlL^" V V v Complete line of mum niirnm-sBfcy^ ^ . .r K -uleokRubber V'lO)-'/ goods. Prices \S^y}J ?r| front 40c to $4.75 V KELLY DRUG COMPANY cT/c Sftcxa// Store Big Stone Gap. Virginia SENECA KODAKS AND SUPPLIES Wc have iii stock ;i c?mjplete line of Sen? eca Kodaks and supplies at prices that range freni $2.00 and up. They are especially gopcl for landscape views, and are highly recommended by everybody. We are prepared to develop films and make prints. Bring your lilms to us. THE MUTUAL PHARMACY 9/j/nt Quality 'Dn/y Store BIG STONE GAP, - VIRGINIA ame Goods For Less Money Best Patent Flour, per bag - - $1.65 Best Meal - - - $1.25 Best Shorts and Bran, per 100 lbs. $3.50 Best Sugar, 9 pounds for - - $1.00 Best Gingham, per yard ... 25c Best Percales, per yard - 30c General line of Shoes at reasonable prices. Come and see me near Southern Depot. ?A i** :? CV?f';Y PEXNY Goes A Checking Account is hot a hobby ; it is good sound business sense for every household. Vom check hook shows where every penny goes and furnishes the Best possible Receipt in the returned endorsed check. Besides, it helps you save money. Come in and let us explain. w INTERSTATE :.~ //MCE*TRIJST C?. \6?C*BT?R, PRESIDENT. '? , j.r3.WAMPUER';.CAS.Hl'tB., BIG STONE GAP. VA. LOCAL ITEMS. Hobert Wells, of Keokec, spout several hours in town Kri day uftjriioon. Mrs. Willis Slaughter, of Nor? ton,spent Sunday in the Gap] with rolativos. Rev. and Mrs. Bliss returned Inst week from a weeks visit to Dante and the Episcopal Mis sion on Sandy Ridge. Major J. F. Bullitt, of Phila? delphia, Spent several days in the Gap this week. Miss Madge Money, who has been ill at her home for the past two weeks, is able to he out again. Choir practice of Christ Epis? copal Church Friday 7:00 p. in. promptly, old time, hots of time before the movie starts. The l.loyd Guild, Christ Epis? copal Church, will meet with Mrs. Li; T. Winston at 3:30, old time.Thursday utloruoon. Paul Bruce, who is working in the Southern Railway offices in the Gap, spoilt D few days last week in Morristown and Knoxville with friends, Now Spring goods at Goodloo Brothers, Call ill und see the suits, sweaters ami dresses. Miss Nell VanGordor spent the week end at luman visiting Mrs. Harvey Ingles. Major Wm. A. Stuart spent a few days this week in Russell Count)' visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otis MoUsor and little son, Otis, dr., spent a few days in Louisville last week with Mrs. Mouecr'sbrother, Mr. Kemper. Mrs. ,1. D. Rogers spent one day last week at Rodu with her sister. Mis. II. S. Kstill. Misses Alberta and Ernestine (?linger, of Aridovcr,spent Sun? day in tht> (lap visiting , their grandparents. Mi. and Mrs. ?lames Body. Born to .Mr. and Mrs ('. E. j Witde in the Cove one day last week a line girl. Mr. and Mrs. Lofton Fhinary and little son, of Drydeii, were visiting relatives in town Satur? day. .1. E, (Irr, who has been em? ployed with the Monte Vistu lie tel for several months as clerk and chdtfeur, has resigned his l position and will leave si. time this week for his home in Jonesyille. Mr. Ferguson, of tin; (Move land Hardware Company, of Cleveland, Va., was a business visitor in town Friday. Here, turned home in a new Dodge touring car bought of 0. C. Long. M. K. Kelly, superintendent of the Stonegu Colliery Com? pany at Glamorgan, returned to his home in 'the (Lip Sunday morning from a business trip to Louisville, Ky. Dr. Cnrr, of Intnnii, was a visitor in town Friday, and while here purchased u Dodge Koadster from 0. 0. Long. Mrs. 1). M. (limber received a message Sunday afternoon stating that her husband hud arrived safely in Newport News from overseas. Mrs. C. I'. Sprolea has been confined to her room for sever al days with an attack of iullu enza. We are glad to note that Miss Ida Baker, who has been ill for several weeks, is able to re sumo her duties as operator for the C. & P. Telephone Com? pany. Miss Etta Minnie, of Norton, assisted in tht; work during her absence. E. H. Ould and family, of Norton, are apending the win? ter at Tampa, Florida. They have been down in the land of sunshine for some time and are enjoying their stay very much. F. U. Paine, of Roanoke, traveling auditor for the. N,&W. Railway, spent hist Thursday night in the (Jap with relatives. Alphonso Wygal and L?h Smith, of Jonesville, were visi? tors in the Gap last Thursday. Mr. Smith bought a Dodge car from 0. C. Long while hero and drove it back to Jonesville. Miss Maggie Gilly, who has been seriously ill for the past few days, is now slightly im? proving. Mrs. W. B. ICilbourne is re? covering from a severe attack of iuflucn/.n and will soon he able to be out again. H. B. Joffre, of Baltimore, was a business visitor in town last wook. I Charles Bunn, who lias boon [In training for several months, jspent u few <l?ys in the Gap i last week with Iiis parouts, Mr. laud Mrs. ,1. K. Dunn, before go ? ing to ScoUsboro, Ala., where bis wife is visiting her father. i Thus. Whltohcud, of Amhorst, ?Vn.? state prohibition attorney ifor the Western District of Vir? ginia, spent Sunday night in the Gap en route to Jonesvillo, where he will help prosecute Beveral whiskey eases that will come up at thin term of court Miss Alice Bruce, who is teaching school at Dorchester, spent the week eml in the Gap with hoinefolks. Lieut, .lames 'I'. Knight re? turned to the (lap Saturday .night from Portress Monroe, where lie hits been in training ?in the Coast Artillery School. He has been given an honorable Idischarge from service, and has j accepted a position with the (engineering department of the iStonegu Coke & Codi Company. Miss Kli/.ubcth Bnchartliug, of Louisville, arrived in the Gap last week, where she is nursing Clarence Kelly, who is ill at ihn Monte Vista Hotel. Mrs. Henry Taylor left last Thursday night for Uniphtown, l'a., near I'iltsburg, Pa., where she wan called on account of the serious illness of her son-in-1 law, Ambrose Sexton, who has pneumonia. Her daughter, Mrs. Sexton, who was former Miss Corrine Taybn, has inlluenzn also. ('. C. Uobbin8,of Science Hill, Ky., arrived in the Gap lust , we.-k, where he accepted a posi? tion with the engineering de? partment of the Stoncgn Coke ,Sr Coal Company, Bruce I'. Tyler,of Bristol, was a visitor in the tlap Monday. (? K. Buchanan, who has been in the navy and attached I to the battleship Arkansas, re turned to his homo in Last Stone Gap last week, having bceii discharged from service. Mr. Buchanan has made sever? al trips across the Atlantic con voying troops and supplies fol army in I'Tnnce. John Lane, who has been with Uncle Sam's lighting for? ces ill K r a n c e for several months, has hern honorably discharged from service ami returned home this week. John enlisted as a private and came out with a commission of sec? ond lieutenant. Harry C. Wallace is expected home some time this week from Cutnp Lee, where he was dis? charged from service on the 15th of this month. Harry has been overseas, but returned to the states about thirty days ago. Mrs. Henry Preston, of Tn/.e well, is Spending several days in the Gap at the Monte Vista Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker re? turned to their home in Akron, ()., last Saturday after spending several days in the Gap visiting their son, Joseph Laker, who is employed with the Southern Hallway ofllceB at this place. J. E. Jordon, who has In en located in the tlap for the past year,in the interest of Savannah Electric Company, received a transfer to Kl Paso, Texas, and left Tuesday to resume his du? ties as General Superintendent of the Kl 1*080 brunch. \V. B. Kilbourne received a letter from his son, Jcsseo, who is in the navy, saying that he is now in the League Island Hospital, in Philadelphia with a punctured ear drum, .lessee has has been to France three times. Mrs. J. M. Willis is in the city this week buying millinery for Goodloe Brothers; now hats arriving daily. Mrs. C. S. Carter, who under? went a serious operation on Sunday night, la getting along as well as could be expected, land it is hoped that she will soon regain her usual good health. The operation was per? formed by Dr. Wilmoth, a specialist, of Louisville, assist ed by Drs. Painter and Baker, of this place. Walkor Jones, who has been serving in the navy for the past oigbt years, arrived in town last week to spend a thirty day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Jones. Walker is a printer by trade and has been employed in that capacity most of the time in the navy yard at Norfolk. Before com? ing home he re-enlisted for an? other term. From Factory to Home No Middle Man's Profits Here. Save Yourself $100 on a Piano. r i r,1 asaass^ts a . -V,. F SEE =-= HARRY L. OWEN Uebuilder and Timer of Pianos also Factory Representative for Grand's Upright, Player and Electrical Pianos Have a talk with me at the Motile Vista Hotel. Big Stone Cap. Va. No charges for examination of,your old piano* Ik THURSDAY TO-MORROW '.GOLDWYN Presents . ,' ? Madge Kennedy ? 4 MADGE \>. KENNEDV in I'RIflND HUSBAND S iMu vh Plfturei mm HUSBAND Prices: 10c and 20c Special 10 Day Sale on all kinds of E A TT S We are going to offer for the next ton days only special reduced prices oh all our meats. Below is a list of them: Best Roast.25c Plate Roast.22c Round Steak.32c Sirloin and Teabone Steak.35c Pure Pork Sausage.30c Pork Chops.35c These Prices are Now Effective Hisel's Meat Market BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA REAL Phone 97 ESTATE AGENTS Big Stone Gap, Virginia Sole Agents for R. B. Whitriclge, Payne Heirs and John Fox, Jr. Busing and Res? idence lots; also acreage property facing the public road to East Stone Gap for sale. Write or call on us for prices and terms.