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KODAKS and Brownies $2.50 to $50 There's a Kodak or a Brownie that will meet your requirements?at a price you can otiord to pay Buy yours now -one 01 the best "snap-shot" seasons of the year is at hand. See our large col? lection oi models. ^ j KELLY DRUG COMPANY Zj/ic ^cxa/i Store B'i?> Stono Gap, i rgini a LOCAL ITEMS. Rolf's Special, n pure liquid food of superior rjiialily ill Paul's Cafe?Adv. \V. H.Xickies,Jr.,of Bristol, spent a few days in the Gap ihis week, Mrs. .las ('amides and Mrs. .1. Ii. Marks spent soyornl days last week in Louisville shop* ping. Miss Ruby Tourne spent Sat? urday in Rristol shopping. Mill. Joo Orill and Miss Mat. tie Nicklcs spent Saturday and Sunday at Keokeo visiting Mi*s Lduna Marrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rum It and little son Bobbie, left last week for California, where they were called on account of the death of Mr. Hunch's sister. Paul .lessee has added eon sitlornbly io tho appearonco of his place by painting the front. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Henkle Spent several days in Lynch, Ky., ItiBt week. Mrs. Henry Taylor, of Dor? chester, spent Saturday in the (lap with her cousin, Mi-s Mai garet Rarron, enroute to a visit lo a visit to relatives in Scott ('minty. Miss Ruth Marrs, of Keokeo, spent a few days in the Gap visiting Miss Ruth Btirron. We have a.nice lino of wall paper in stock and tire in posi? tion to put it up for you at n reasonable price.?Smith Hard? ware Company.?Adv. Mrs. Krank Nickles anil two Ilittle son-, Krank, Jr , ami Har? old, and Mrs. Will Potter and two children, upon! Friday in Norton Bhoppiiig, They arc in striped bags, you go: the correct quantity, every bag is carefully weighed ?those old Virginia hand picked, fresh roasted peanuts at Paul's Cafe, ?Adv. ' Mrs. (.'. O. VnnQorder accom? panied her daughter, Mrs Kaulkner, to Ashoville, X. C, la-i Thursday, where she will spend some time. Misses Julia Byars ami Ma? rian) Taylor and little nephew, Harry Taylor, Jr., spent Sun? day at. Appalachia with Miss Prances K idler. ('nine in anil see our stock of wall paper.?Smith Hardware Company.?Ad Vi Fred Ross, who has had a po? sition with Pox and Pock, en? gineers in the (Jap, for the past few years, has resigned his po? sition to accept a similar one in West Virginia, Mrs. Joshua K. Bullitt, Jr., left last week for"fJlcn Hurna" the henutifnl country home of her relatives near Palmyra, Va., where she will spend a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Trigg, of Min? neapolis, spent Saturday und Sunday in the (lap truests of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Sewing Bradley Yeary and itanah Klunarv will he in the Gap with? in a few days with a lino lot of milch cows to sell. They will announce a date later. The Teachings of Personal Experience come too high in cost for the up-to-date successful man of today. Invariably the strongest advocates of the bank account is the man who has Learned by Experience and then it is often Too Late. Profit by the teachings of Experience? SUirt an account today. w INTERSTATE . ? ;:CS';CARTt'R: PrtPSIDt^f.; -' XB.WAMPl.ER.. CAS HI Cfc - BIG STONE GAP. VA. Mrs. J. A. Baker has re turned to her home in the Gap, after spending sometime in the St. Luke's liospiiul in Bristol, where she underwent a suc? cessful operation. Miss Nolle Roraley, who has been in training in the Provi dunce Hospital in Washington for several months returned to bor home in the Gap last. Thurs? day. Paints, varnishes and stains. Anything to brighten up the home. The best in town. -Smith , Hardware Company.?Adv. Mr. and Mrs. L J. Kirk mo-! to red to Ponnington Gap Sun? day, where I hey spent the day visiting relatives. Karl Gilten waters and Mr. Vaughn, hf Wise, spent a few hours in town Saturday with friends. J. K. Slump, of East Stone Qap, moved into the property he recently purchased from ?. S. Carter on Shawnee Ave. nue. Mr. Slemp is an engineer on the Southern Railway. An impnrtnni business meet iug of the congregation of the Prosbytbrinn Church will be held next Sunday immediately after the morning service. All members are urged to be pre sein. .1. M. Smith, Pastor. WANTED. To buy second hand reed baby carriage. Ad dress P.O. Box 102, Cityi?Adv. Judge and Mrs. II. A. W. Skeen received a message Sun day slating thai their son,Lieut. Carlise Skeen, who has been with the American Expedition dry Forces hi Franco, landed at Boston Sunday. Prof, and Mrs. A. J. Wolfe anil daughter, Miss Lillian, of Cleveland, spent Sunday in the Gap the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ('. S farter. Mrs. R. I). Baker, and sou Kirk, of Winchester, Kv., spent several days in the < lap last 'week visiting Mrs. Baker's father, J N Moore. Phe Community League will hold its monthly meeting Mon? day, April 11 at3:30 o'clock in the school Auditorium. Miss Ada ('lark, who is tak? ing training in the St. Luke's Hospital in Bhieliehl, W. Vu,, arrived in the Gap Friday morning and spent a few days the past, week the guest of Miss [Julia Cox. Miss Fannie Ray arrived in the tlap Thursday morning from Kui r moot, W. Va. She] will enter the graduating class in the High School at this place. Her father, John Ray,, has accepted a position with the Stonega Coke & Coal Com? pany and will move his family to the (lap. It E. Kennedy has sold his stock of merchandise to W. G. Lane &? Company, who will continue the business at the old stand in the East Rig Stone (lap section of town. Mrs. Forrest Kennedy left Thursday night, for her home in Lexington, Ky., where she was called on account of the sudden death of her brother, Carroll Morgan. Mrs. Byron L. Rowan, of! Kingsperi, spent Thursday in the Gap visiting relatives. Mrs. j Rowan was formerly Miss Clara, Stewart, who lived in the I Lip a few years ago. P. 11. Barren spent a few days in Bristol last week having Iii? eyes treated. Miss Anita Godfrey, of New York, who has been a stenog? rapher in the offices of the In? terstate Railroad in the Gap for the past few months resigned her position and left last Th?rs day for Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. W. L. Luusford and children left lust week for Knoxville, where they will spend sometime with relatives, until their home which is to no built soon, is completed. Mrs. Eiiza J. Barren and daughter, Mrs. Sully A. Bailey, entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Li Taylor and two children, J. B.. Collier and two daughters, Misses Re ba and Anna Barron Collier, .Miss Nettie Coomer, Mildred, John, Pat ami Polk Barron, Henrietta Lane ami Margaret Catrou. The Lloyd Guild meets with Mrs.' R. T. Irvine tomorrow, Thursday, at 3:30 p. m. Dis cussion as usual of topics for I mission study. Coming! A Missionary Play. i The following births have oc? curred at the tannery during the past week: To Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Slough, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Juntos DeBoard.agirl. To Mr. and Mrs. George Sulli van, u boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Amos Johnson, twins,two boys. To Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shelbon, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Pippon, twins, n boy and a girl.j Age Man Injured. Will Thomas, age 7.') yearn, i was severely injured one day j last week on Wullens Kidge, \ wit mi his leg wim caught under a fallen tree, mushing it up ami breaking it in several places, which necessitated imputation. The operation was performed by l?r. J. A. Qihnor. of this place FOR SALE One I room house and lot in Big Stone Hap, known as the .1. K. Plummer property, near the residence of Gordon Gilly, Price, |>1,150.00. $500.00 cash, balance on easy payments, fall and sco me. .1. P. Godskv. Young Men's Clnb. Young men's Club meets as usual this Prtday evening at 8:00, (9:00 by Central time), at tlte Mineral Motor Company rooms. General discussion of the building program of the town. Protestant Episcopal Church. itcv. f. W. miss in Cbnrf-o. Services as usual next Sun day: Sunday School at Hi a. in. Morning Prayer at 11. Lenten Service as usual, Fri? day 5:30 Choir practice, Friday at 7:30 p. m. Pa I tons' Day. tin next Wednesday, April HI, patron'.- day will he observed at the public school. All the patrons' of the school are ure,ed to he present and observe class? room wink. In the afternoon a >hort program will bo given in the auditorium by (he children of the grades. Celebrates Seventy-fifth Birthday. On last Wednesday. April iidj .). N. Moore celebrated Iiis sov onty-fiftlt birthday. At noon a delicious dinner wa- ?erved by his daughter, Mi? hula Moore. Tin' dining room was decorated with jonquils and narcissus. Tin center piece for the table was a large birthduy cake with seven* ty-tive candles. Those presold were Mrs. It.*I). Baker and small sou, Kirk, of Winchester, Kv.. Mrs. IL S. MeLoinore and soil, Spcrs, of Wise, Mi- Lui t Moore and Miss .lane Morgan, of Appalachian I'uilil more homes. Delightful Dance. < in last Tuesday evening at nine o'clock u very delightful dance, the lirst of I ho spring soa 9011 to he given in the Gap was given in tie- dining room of llit.' Motile Vista Hotel by a number of the young men of the town. Fnjnyuhle music for the dance was furnished by a three piece orchestra consisting of a Saxo? phone, drums and piano. Mrs. Dunmnn, a very talented music? ian of Norton, was the accompa? nist on the piano. Delicious punch and sand? wiches were served all during the evening between the dances. Those present were: Misses Adelaide Pet tit, Anne Godfrey. Janet Bailey, Doris Warner, I Ruth Prescott, Mabel Willis, Margaret and Christine Miller, and Mrs. Prank W. Lewis. Messrs K. II. Casper, John Fox, Jr., Muj. Win. A. Stuart, W. Kincngas.'W.O. Shunk, J.W. Rush, Guy Patrick, E. Fleming, W. J. Mayo, T. I. Cantroll, Bob Christian, Fred Duties, of Slonega, W. D. Smith, of Blue field and Dr. St?llarJ.of Dunhar. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Winston, Mr. and Mrs. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin K. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rhoads, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jones. Spring bus come. The birds and the woalthy are migrating I from the South and the public! at large is buying garden seeds. If so it will pay you to investigate the proposition and prices of the Stone Lumber Company. We are located in this section. Wc have a very large and complete stock and can furnish and ship in one shipment everything used or needed in buildings of any character. No man can save money in buying his supplies at sev? eral places. The local freight, the delay and damage in transit will in the end cost the builder good mono). The man who tells you that you can ship lumber from the South to the North and then fro-:-, the North back to Big Stone Gap at a saving has had an Aladdin dream. Don't buy a beautiful picture. Decide on the plan you want and then get a complete bill, (not a portion) of your requirements and take competitive prices. Don't "Buy a pig in the poke-" We sell builders' supplies on the monthly payment plan ?notes at 6 per cent, payable monthly and the right to pay off the notes at any time. No deposit, no red tape. Write us !<>r full information -our representative will see you. STONE LUMBER COMPANY _BRISTOL, VA.-TENN._ SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Groceries at the following prices: Scout Percales, I yd wide, per yd..25c 1 Lot Ginghams, per yard.ISc Best Dress Ginghams, per yard .23c Best Domestic, per yard .20c Best Poplins, per yard.35c Women's White Slippers^ ...$1.50 Women's Shoes.$2.75 Children's White Slippers.$1.00 Men's Nice Dress Shoes.from $5 to $8 Best Flour, per bag.$1.65 Best Meal, per bag.$1.20 Best Chop, per bag.$3.40 Sugar, 9 pounds for.$1.00 Will pay the following prices for Produce: EGGS, per doz.40c HENS, per lb.25c Come and trade where your dollar will buy more. Near Southern Depot. Big Stone Gap, Va. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Kord cars have become such a world utility that it would almost seem as if every family ought to have its Kord car. Runabout, Tour? ing Car. Coupe. Sedan, (the two latter have enclosed bodies.) and the Truck Chassis, have really become a part and parcel of hu? man life. You want one because its service will be profitable for you. We solicit your order at once because, while production is limited, it will be first come,-first supplied. Mineral Motor Company lllti STONE IUI*. VA. H. E. Fox & Companv Phone 97 *' * REAL ESTATE AGENTS Big Stone Gap, Virginia Sole Agents for R. B. Whitridge, Payne Heirs and John Fox, Jr. Business and Res? idence lots; also acreage property facing the [public road to East Stone Gap for sale. I Write or call on . us for prices and terms.