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Sky-High We used Pyr<?: on tomatoes and tipples and it lias proven entirely satis? factory. It certainly docs knock the rot sky-high when toed oh tomatoes, and our apple] this year are the best \vc have ever had."?CRUMI'l.kR MERCHANDISE Co., Grumpier, W. Va. You ca the same time protect the ci disease if you suray with uvent jotnato rot and at nwaihst bnns, wurm? and 'f3& ... I'yiox is a ?inootli, cteainy pjiie ninth only need* to lie mixed ?illl w.itrr. ll sliek* lite pilot and pro. ItCtl llie crop during nil lite growiim ?rJMUi Ii i? )u?t a? good for potatoes, apples, cucumber^ rtc.j a* it it btr lothaioei. Get ?Iiis I'yrox Crop Hook. It (tili I?? 10 pro ltd your crops ?eaiutt bugi, ? or tin mil .ii-ejse. A<V. lor a etipy. Kelly Drug Company LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Nolle Vim (Junior sjibiil the week ortd in Krioxvillo, Limit. IV II. (Irahniii spent Sunday in Diyden. I'rof. < ?wen II Riisldy Bpoiil several days tIii-* week in At. Innin, Mrs. .1. H. Wliltipior and daughter, Alton Sim. returned last week fr?re OatnCity where they visited relatives. Miss Georgia Holtwick) -if ltristnl, spent Sunday in (lie ilap with hoincfplks: Misses I'nrilen iuid lletii, Hiekley, Knthlcnii Knight. Ktu gehe II Ur?wn und the Kditoi motored in Nnrtiin Sunday und Bpeiil the afternoon. A trial order will convince yen that wo can give the hesi service;in groceries.-- K. I. Mor ton. -adv. M iss Kose I (ami I ton, of Kings, port, is tin' attractive guest iff iitir aunt, Mrs. ,M. V Wells, ill the Cap Qijijii II Ksser und Webb Wil letts, of N orton were ill t he Cap Saturday. Miss Konnie Johnson, of Tu coiiiti, spent Thursday in the U.tp the gtie.-t of iMU-B Kalli. lett'n Knight. M i -. I. I-', I'.tillitt. .1 r., l eiui n eil to the (lap last week from 1' ilmyra, Va., where she spent srube time visiting relatives. U'e appreciate >onr trade; matters not how small. (Jive us u trial. Paul s Cafe. -adv. Mr. and Mrs. (jlarenecij Cil mer ami little son, Hilly, spent Sunday in llinOup visiting Mrs li l\ Willis. Henry l.ane spent Sunday in Kye < 'ove with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Kidding Morton and children spent Sunday m Appulaehia with relatives. W. ,|. 15. Mayo, of Kxetor, H|'0nt Sunday in.the Cap I "!! SAI.K. -lihode Island Und eggs for batching. $i".flu for In. Call Smith Hardware Company, -adv. Tito drinks art' ill ways colli ill Paul's ('afo. ailv. Mark Pat ton lias moved his I pressing slni|i in n room over llio HurgosH (,'rocory store, ad? joining the harbor shop of Mar. , tin I.ii her, where he is coin I fortablv situated for work in his line. Lieut. Kuhn Hai nett, of Kail :ford, who recently returned ; from service over seas, spent a few hours ill the t lap last Wed? nesday ami Thursday. Pumlerosa Tomato Piiiuts fo| sali 'Ph..tie Limlsey Horton. Mrs. Mar.pielt, who spent a few days in ihe flap visiting h. r daughter, Mrs. .1. W. Mar kie. returned to her home in Continence, Pit , last week Mrs. litis Mouser and son. Olli?, dr., returned this week from a week's visit to Mrs. Kd Mouser in Sparlanbtlig, S. (J Mrs. .1 VV. t'lialklcy and son, Master .lohn llullitt, returned Salin.lay morning from Louis ville, where they had been spending a few days. Tomato plants, heal early \a rii ties, readv for transplanting ? Mrs. l>. f." Wolf -, - adv. Mrs. Willis Slaughter noli Miss .lule Ihlllitl) has been sp.-nding several days in Wash mgtoli and Philadelphia with her lather, Major J. P. HuHilt. Hurry Taylor,of Hazard, Ky., spent Saundhy and Sunday in llie Uup with his baby son, Harry Tay Im, Jr., at the home of Us grand parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry I'aylor, Mrs. Warreii; of KnOxville, has been .spending a few days in llie (lap visiting her parents. Key. and Mrs. M P. Cnrico. Try (inr new h'lodora Flour, it can't" he heat. It can only lie bought at our sture. P. L. Mor ' toil, Phono li'.i.?adVi Iv A. Harner left here Salur ?day night for Chicago, where I ho will join Mrs. Humor, who j has been there for several weeks [ visiting relatives. Prom there ihey will go to Kansas City and spend two weeks before return? ing to the l lap. Pnnoy Sen Tiioui ?and Ited Kin 'Croakers at Paul's Cafe this u unk. adv. /I I The lirst ? :arp <>( llic depositor should he tin: Safety of the Bank. The first care <>! the hank should be the Safety of the Depositor. It is our care for the safety ol the depositor that has ' trued the confidence oi those Whose first care is Safety. '?STRtNOTH ?'? .:.:SERVlci ' SECURITY INTERSTATE ? FlMmmmt CO. XSXABtER.PRtSipcHT/l.,.'-' J.B.WAMPLCH.CASHIER BIG STONE GAP, VA. When in need of A oar, phone us We select reliable drivers. ? Paul's Cafe ?adv. S. W. Wax received a tele* phone message Monday morn ing stating that Ins sister, Mrs. C. M. Anderson, of Kuoxville, had suffered n severe stroke of paralysis and was seriously ill. -Mr. and Mrs Wax left Tuesday morning for Kuoxville. The Young Women's Chris? tian Association will hold its regular meeting Friday even ing, May 2nd, at 8-.QQ o'clock. We urgently request all mem? bers to he present at this meet? ing. Mr. and Mis. Kiumiit Stone and children, of Glamorgan, spent Sunibi) in the Gap with Mrs Stone's father, Ji ll. Cai? ro ii. l'at II. Itarroil went over to Hristol Monday morning, whore be will spend a few days hav? ing bis eyes treated. Miss Coirie Cong, w'lio is a student nurse, stationed at (Jen [oral Hospital No. :i Itahway, N J., arrived in (lie Cap Tuesday iiiight where sin- Will spoilt) her furlough with hor parents, Mr. and Mis. C. C. I.ong. Phone P20 when you want re? liable groceries, new and fresh. - F. L Morten - -adv. Hingehe 11. Ill-own, of Middles, horo, who for the past sixteen inoiitbs has been in the naval aviation service, stationed at San Diego, Cal., and who has been given an honorable dis charge, spent Sunday and Mon? day in the Cap visiting bis grandmother, Mrs. Laura Pick ley. The Lloyd Guild will meel on Thursday with Mrs. Alsover, at :t-.:in p, it), Junior Auxiliary of Christ church will meet on h'tiday in stead of Wednesday of this week, on account of tin- school play. Touruino Hotel after school. I Senator and Mrs. J. M. Good I loe received a w in) Saturday from their son, I.dm Allen Good lot! slating that he bait landed in the Suites. John Al? len has been with the American Expeditionary Knrivs in Prance for several inonl Iis. Kresh vogetabios all the time at P. I. Morton's grocery store All orders given immediate at tent ion.?Phone PMJ.?adv. Kdgnr I lick a m, the old r.di aide expert piano tuner ami re pair man, is now located in thin field If you are in need n( work in his line, leave your ord ors tit Paul's Cafe, phone I til Mr. llickum is tin accomplished musician ami entertainer of un? usual ability. His svork is guaranteed to give entire satis fact ion.- -adv. Toiii Garrison has bought ih< store house building of Mrs M. V. Wells on VVynndotli Avenue ami will eommeuce tn move it in a fiiw days. He in lends to erect two cottages, out of tbtr material, in the eastern part of town Dr, W. i ! Painter returned to the GOp Saturday night from Richmond where he accompa? nied Mrs C. M. Itrown hist week fir an operation at the Johnston Willis Hospital lie reports Mrs Brown s condition us being satisfactory. Li 1ST. < >ho hunch of small keys. Return to Paul's Cafe and get a liberal reward.?adv. Mrs. George Itoebttck (hoe Miss Gladys Wolfe) spent a few days this week at Appaluchia with relatives She expects to lea ve soon for M il watlkee, where her husband who recently re? ceived bis honotiitde discharge from service, has a position and they will make their home. Mrs. George Connor left Sat urday night for Russell county, near Honakcr, where she was called on account of the illness of her father. Private Earl T. (Jleek, from Curnp Meade, Maryland, is-tis iting at tint home of Mr. ami Mrs. W. W. Cleek in the Gap. Mr. and Mr. Newt Kilgoro, of Imhodon, spent the week-oud in the Gap with Mrs. J.M. Bless? ing. Misses Ora Oleek, Sumo Kil gore ami Dakota Parties ami Karl Clock motored to Keokee Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Benjamin and little son, Bertram, return? ed Thursday night to their home in the flap from New York city, where Mrs. Benjamin and baby son bus been visit ing relativen the past several weeks. I They're rod hoi and in striped hags. Bach hag is woighcd. j l in y nr.- the old original hump backed brand peanuts, grown in tin.' sandy soil of Kastern Vir? ginia Sold ut Haul's Cafe all ? the time.?adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Newman, ' who have been spending fen days in the Cap where .Mr. j Newman, who is a scientific farmer, has been looking after the interest of the huge Slemp ! farm in the Cove, returned Fri? day night to their home in ' Versailles, Ky. j Monday afternoon, Miss S? sie Kilgore look her Sunday School elass of the Baptist ICbiirch out for a picnic. The I children enjoyed themselves by playiiig names and picking Mowers till about I Mo when j lunch wild served. Those pre-I sent were: Agnes Ihirgoss, l>ro. | i thy ' loodloe, Carter Allen. Uosii? Ihm ml Wren, rCli/abelh Mulliiis, '..lames McChdlail and Yivioii Harnes. Mrs. (Jeo'rgO M. Brown, who was iuki ii to tile Johnston. W'il Iis llospilul in Kichinohd sov; erat days ago for treatment, Was operated on last week and is improving rapidly. Her daughter, Mrs. W R, 'Wolfe, is with her in Kiebinond, whih her other daughter, Mrs. I'aii! Munin, of JelTerso.ii City, is keeping house in the (Jap for her fallier until h.-r mother re j turns. John Allen Cioodloe, who has been with the American ex? peditionary Forces in France for t he past year returned to t he states la.-t week and arrived in the < lap Monday night in time' hi attend the funeral of hir. uncle. It, C. Ferguson, on Toes day Mrs. Krank Witt received ii telegram Monday, stating lind her brother, John I). Cox. who i has seen active servil.i tin western front with the AmOri can Kxpeditionary Forces in 'France had a arrived safely in i New York from over seas. Mr. and Mrs. .1 A. Yotiell re ceivod a telegram Sunday stai ling that their son, Carl; of the l.S S i transport i Cape May, I stating t hat be had arrived sate iy in New York again. He j Il0|. that lie will gel a till lough before starling hack to I France I M.lay night, April '21, tili ' Camp Fire i i n Is .it ibis place j took a play "The Old Maida^ I Convention," Which was given There on March 7, to Stoniiga. ? Tiie girls repm led a success with their play. The proceeds w ill go io adopt a French ( U Iphan. S. M Shell.hi. who for (ho past twelve years has been con? nected with the tannery ai Big Stone i lap, and who i:, one ol the company's in?.sl ti listed employ.i, was in Gide City . I'llesday returning from a visit at Flugsport and Yiima. II. reports that bis mother, Mis. Irene Sbelton, w ho was severe ly hurt by a fall some time ago; is not able to walk, but that bei general health la good.- tiale 1 City Herald. The annual mooting of ihe State Bur Association will lie held at the Jefferson Hotel in Kielimond on May I-.-17, at which a paper will be rend bj Judge Burks on the Itevisimi ol tin- ('ode. and the annual ad dress will be delivered by |(oil Frederick It. Condon of Neu York. It is desired that lie lawyers of the State attend tint meeting, whether they art! members of the Association ".? not. Several Convicted. As announced last week in the I'nst the grand jury al Wi-e turned in several indictments for violation of the prohibition lau-. Fifty live of these were convict? ed and only lour uctplittcd, after being tried. Judge Skeon says he has been -OlilOW hat leu.cut With whiskey violators during the inllueii/.a epidemic, hut intends now to prosecute nil future case- to the I limit and will enforce the pro? hibition laws if it take- every": binder in the county to do ii. ! When you want any article I of merchandise, buy it of a re pillable boimi dealer, that the profit may remain io enrich the community. .Send your money abroad only for what you can not purchase at home. Home talent, home labor, bom-, in. dustry, home capital, and home pleasures are things to be fost? ered, encouraged an I pat? ronized. TRUCK Service that will keep your truck fleet on the job every hour of the clay and every clay is our idea of truck ef? ficiency. Efficiency means tire econ? omy. Expert attention a waits your call. SERVICE We are now the authorized solicitors for FIRESTONE solid tire service station at Bristol. Va. . The fact is: OVER HALF THE TRUCK TONNAGE OF AMERICA IS CARRIED ON FIRESTONE TIRES J. A. MORRIS Phone No. 153 BIG STONE GAP, VA. 7 M E U N I VT: US A L CAR Kord cars are liib'fc useful today than ever before; it necessity in village town, city and country; the utility ol (.inner, inerchartti mani tifactui'er, architect, ehgihecti contractor, sales man, doctor, clergyman; a profitable factor in the life <>f tin: nation. Runabout, $500; Tour in!; Car, $5 One Ton Truck Chassis, 5550; Coup;.-. $650; Sedan, $775?these prices f. o. b, Detroit. We can r?el but a limited quantity. Please give us your order at once as first come will got first delivery. M moral Motor Company hid stone \ \. H-E. Fqz & Company Phone 97 REAL ESTATE AGENTS Big Stone Gap, Virginia SoK Agents for R. B. VYhitridge, Payne 1 leirs ajncl John Fox, Jr. Business 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.