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I Ever Grew" "The finest apples I have ever grown were sprayed with Pyrojic; One xrir fiTou^ht I would save a linle in the price, and was talked into Irving "something just as good j" but never Oiain, lot the crop that year was far (rum beilig as good us when I used I'vrox."?C. II. Stokes, Medlord, N.J. |i voit want the highest quality (nut, spray with Pyrox is a smooth, creamy paste which is all ready to use. bysimply mixing withcold water. It sink? like paint and protects the fruit throughout t lie growilig season. Pvrox is ju^i as good lor potatoes, tomatoes H C?rratltS, strawberries, etc., as it !>? (or apples. Got tliis Pyrox Crop Hook. Ii kllvhow toptoteri >*ou crops agaititl liug?, worm, anil di*ca?e. Stud (or today. A p?nal caul will bring It. Kelly Drug Company LOCAL ITEMS. J, M. Baker, of I ho Smith.'in Kail way olllces, is spending ti| few <1 ayk in Washington, 1). C, Uli? week on business. Joseph Minor, of ltogorsyiilo, Tea" , spent !i few days in ihn Clan hist week oh professional im-iii.--. Mr.-, j. M. Bilker nnil Mis. Vilas Wi lls were shopping in Bristol last Wednesday. Mr- <' I*. Snrolea anil ilati^h ferj Mrs Ij.K. Benedict ami two children, spent Irriiluy in I III-] tons with friends. I am expecting a chr load of Cement this week for sale. Call on Long's t iarnge ?Adv. Mrs. Seal and sister, Miss Ad-' die Shepherd, returned to their I lioine at Bogersvillo, TohiL, Friday afternoon lifter spend- i ing a few dnvs visiting their aunt, Mrs. I. T. Clilly. Miss Goldie Benimm, of An 1I1T8OII, Ind., arrived in the l lap Friday night and will spend! mini, lime visiting her sister,' Mrs. Lindscy Horton. Mr. and Mrs. VY\ IL Kinder ami children spent Sunday in Norton visiting ro Id lives. Mrs. Allen ami daughter, Miss ; Inn, -p. nt the week end in Bristol visiting friends. I" L. Hicks, dispatcher for the -Uth?rn railway, has re? tained to the i lap from tl sovi eriil days visit to relatives in! Burem, Tehh. Alex Bean, of Ohilliowie, was ii business visitor to the (Jap a few days this Week. Mr and Mrs. P. II. Olinghr .'Hid two daughters. Misses Al ben.i and Kniest ine, of ICust Si ii, i lap, spent Sunday in the Bap visiting lit the home of Mr, inul Mis. Juihes Body. Ulms, Connelly, of the South? ern railway at Bristol, was a business visitor to the Gnu on Friday. Miss Maggie Olingor, of JoiiOHVilh), ia visiting her aunt. Mrs. h'loruncu Flnnury. I WANTED TO BUY?LVmmikI ; pins is inches long, two lochen sqlmro or ronnii. I'artiett who ran furnish same write or apply toK. <?' Muck, Hit; Stone <iuii.: Vn. Mr und Mrs. Trtmmy Nickel? rottit m il to their Itoino in I Itintn front ti fo.w ilai'm visit to relii lives in tlio i hip. .1. A. Ilttwllmrnu mill .lames Stump, who tiro now working in Norton, spent Sunday in I own visiting f i iends. ?Hier ,i ernten and Miss Viola | Parker motored Id Kcokco Sun da) and ottelidetl the ball giuiie. .Mn. M. V*. Wi'Hh -.pent Sun day in lirytleti visiiiug rela? tives. Kill! SA I. K -Several fresh im!l< cowa now in pasture near Southern depot Kor further itiiforintition write or call on .1. II. t 'at i on, llig Stone (Jap.? adv. W. ti. l-'anisworth, of Ab inealon, was a busine-.s visitor in Big Stone Chip Tuesday. Newt ('oilier is on the sick list I this week. Miss Virginia P.aker spent the Week end at Kose lllll visiting her sister, Mrs. N. II Seals. Mi s Hazel Craw ford, of Men dota, is spending >i few tIlly8 in lie- liap this week visiting lit' the home of Mrs. M. V. Wells. News was received here on Monthly evening that Karl Wil Iis, son of Mr and Mrs. It. P. Willis, mid .lames Ycnrvj ?oh of Mr. and Mrs. K. (i. Veary. both of the (lap, had arrived safely in Newport News from overseas. Miss Martha hliigi is flpend ing her RUnuner vacation with relatives in Cincinnati. The monthly meeting of the Community Longtio will he hold at the school hall on Kridn.S afternoon at I o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. .1. II. Wamph-r, cashier of the Inlerstate h'inance ,V Trust Company at (his place, spent Prhlay in P.enhingtoh (ia|> on business. The Springtime of Life?termed Youth is tlie producing season. The majority of men realize Too Late, die correct relation of this period to later years. Don't follow the majority. Start a Hank Account as young as you arc today. INTERSTATE . .C^ CARTER PRESIDENT J.0.W?MPLER CASHItR BIG STONE OAP. VA. Mr. and Mrs. Speck, of Uon-j ?ioko, are visiting th?<r dough-' i-r. Mrs C. S Carter, in the Gap u few days this week. Miss Lillian Wolf.', of Dun ?nun..n, spent H few .lavs in th.'Gap last week. .Miss Lillian will attend th- Lincoln Memo-: rial University tit Hurrogate, I'elill , this summer, where she will study voice. Misses Until Prescht! und Marciti K.vans, Donald Prescolj ami Byron Khodcs intended ihe dunce hi Norton Kridiiy night II. L. Lane has been spending sev-ial days in Kyi; Olive on ae count <>f the illness of his in.a Ii Ponderoso Tomato Plants fori sale. 'Phone Litidscy Horton Bradford f. Whe.tciaft, of Oroeiiw.I, Ind.. was culled to the (lap list week on account I of the illness of his wife at the home <.f her parents. Mr. and] Mrs. W. M. MuliiliH. 1 YY II. .Johnson is treating his J residence on Fifth street to a handsome new coat of paint. A. I.. Witt is having a new I coat of paint put on the resj. ile. occupied by his father, Ji It. l<\ Witt, this week. Willie K. Kilbotirne, of St. i Charles, a member of the "J'.'th j Division, lauded in the states on the 20tll of May ami was later mustered out at Camp Lee. I I hi his way home he stopped in the I lap ami spent several days ? visiting relatives. '/.. K. rainier, of Speer'? Ker? ry, was in the Gap Saturday ami Sunday visiting Mb daugh? ter, Mrs. ti. c. llottcycutt. Uuvt your cylinders cleaned by Oxygen while you wail at Long's Oarage. -Adv. Dr. Sam Nick los, of Clinch port was in town oiie day last' week. .las. Bellamy attended the dance a* Norton Krida). H. L. (lone) cult, of Morris !own, Teno., passed through, the Gap Saturday enrotlte to Norton where he will spend o few days on business. The II, .V .1. Carbiirator gives more '-power" and more "'nop" on half the gasoline. See B. L Masters al I thud's Meat Market. ?adv. Mis. Bruce Tiuslcy will leave this week for New S'ork, where she will meet her hits, baud, Capt. Tiuslev, who has been in active service in [Trance for several tnonths. Will N'ickles, of the law Iii in, Morrison, Itoliorson and Morri? son, of Bristol, spent a few days (his week in the < lap with home folks. Mrs. George L. Taylor and small son, .lames Polk, left lust week for Cincinnati, where the) will spend three weeks with relatives and friends and where.lames Polk will receive l re .uncut. Buy your cold drinks from us. We pay the war lax .--Paul's Cafe.?adv. Mr. and Mrs ,!. IS. K. Witt and son A. I,. Witt, motored to /.ion M ills near Penning toil < lap Sunday and spent the day visit ing at the home of, Mr. and Mrs Jasper W.U.. General A vers requests us In state that Congressman Slnmp bus succeeded in having four months of llie term of Willie Stapietoi.'s conlineiuent in the Burrocks at Kort .lay, New York, remitted and the com? mandant notilicil. LOST. ? Between Big Stone Gup und Lou Comity, giav ram cat, with book, "Tii.. Cull . f the W. rid," in pocket. Ueturu to (Cell.) Kurnishing < 'tiinpaiiv til L. \" X. and receive r.-ward.? adv. J allies King,of Athens, Teiin , is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Christian, in the < lap this week. Misses Mary and Blanch KU bourne, Mrs. J. B. Wallace, of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. II. (). l-'idey, id San Augustine, Texas, motored to Norton Suiuiny and spent a favv hours with friends. The only way to remove car? bon from automobile cylinders without damage to your wiring system or gaskets is to burn it out with Oxygen. This can be done while, you wait at Long's (I a rage.?Adv. Miss Lena Anderson, daugh? ter of Postmaster Anderson, of Ponuiiiglon Gup, is spending this week visiting Mrs. Guy Stone, after having finished a very successful year as music teacher at that pluce. The Lloyd Guild,,Christ Epis? copal church, will moot with Mrs. McCormack Thursday af? ternoon iit 4:00 |>. m. An in ] trodnctury Bible'talk will oc? cupy 'jo minutes after the regu? lar business of the meeting is > over. The Woodcraft Club, under ih" name of the Sunrise Tribe, will meet on Sunrise 11:11 miles* it pours cuts and do>ji this' Wednesday afternoon after i school. Kdi or 11. N. Knight spent several ?luys last wei I; i n I (I reenev ill,', iVlili . where he j wits ealled on account of thei illness of bis sister, Mrs. WiL liatu Phillips. Mis \V T. fjondioe und little| daughter, Dorothy, iiccompn. i.I Miss Oeorgio Good loo to j her Inline in Alton, Vn , lust > Wednesday, ?Iu re tie y will spend several days visiting. i M isses Aiiee Bi uee and M 1r gnroi Barren returned lo Iheir hollies in the liap this week af I ier closing a very successful school at Dorchester Saturday bight. 50 to 100 percent, more mile, j age when yiitl use ,t ?. it" .1. CnrbUrator for sale by B. L. i Musters at Disci's Meat Market, ?adv. Mrs. P. M. Bensor und son, N.il, spent a few day s last week in Onto City visiting Mrs. Ben1 sot 'r. brother, Dr. Con Barker. Tuto Housor spent Fridit) then with Mrs. Beasor, enroute to bis home in the Gup from France. U cor go Taylor returned Sat? urday from Frederic ksburg, Yu., where he lias been ttltOUlllUg :i directors mooting of the State: Normal School t here. Misses Janet Bailey and Dorll ^Variier attended the dance at Norton Friday night. Born to Mr. and Mis. John Johnson last Sunday week u | tine boy. This is their twelfth child, nil of whom are living, with the exception of one little I girl who died about ten years ugo. "lted" sletup returned to his home here last week from! Kmnrv and Henry College, where he has been attending school during the past year. j Besides those mentioned in our last week's issue as being j candidates fir council -if Big Stone (lap the following have signified their willingness to run: Chariot Connor, W. .1.1 Smith. W. W Nickels, K Ii. Taylor ami Willard S. Miller Born to ItoV. and Mrs. J. M.l Smith, on Tuesday of last week, a daughter. W ANTF.D TO UK.VT. - or til room house with water and lights. Address, IIW'L, Box Big Stone Gap, Va. 22-'25 Mr. and Mrs. Itobl. Amos and children, of Micco, W. Va , ar? rived in the Oup lust Wednes? day, where they were Called on account of the serious illness of Mrs, Amos' father, .lames Body. Mr. und Mis. VHas Wells. J. C Mitchell, Mrs. J. M. Bhk. er and .Miss Julia Cox were among those from the (Jap who attended the, carnival in Apun lac hi a last Thursday night. Mrs. Otlm Mullius, who spent several days in thetlap visiting her parents returned lo her home last week in Greenville, Tonil Mr-. .) B, Wiitlaee and little sou, of Oklahoma City ,a ml 'die II. II. Fulev and small son. ol Sun Augustine, Texas, are (lie ghosts of their until, Mrs. I. W. Christian. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jenkins, Mr. und Mrs. It, A H?rne, und the M isses Chapman, of Norton, were the guests of Misses Mary and Blanch Ivilbourtio Sunday afternoon. Jos. It. * "rill, who hits been with the American Kxpedition ury Forces in France for the past your, returned to his home in the 'lap on Monday of this week, having been discharged from the service at ('amp l.ee. Misses Haina Gilly and Parilee Bickloy spent Saturday high) ami Sunday in the Cove visit? ing Mrs. Bradley Yeary. I,vie Youell, who has a posi lion with civil engineers at Lynch, Ky., spent the week-end in the Pap with liomofolks. A telegram received h?re Sat? urday by relatives announced i the arrival of Fred Baker from overseas and that ho expects to! bo homo in ft few days. (1 I h The"Bi& Idea" 1 vi V Somebody discovered that 1 money could be saved mid comfort increased by using Firestone Tires and having us put them on. And now, like every "big idea" it is common property. Now knowing motorists from near and far uro fretting the bene iit in the safety, comfort nnd saving which FirestoneTires, plus our service means. Come in. We're ready. .J. A. MORRIS t'^?^^^^w B1G stoni: GAp VA SPRAY! SPRAY! SPRAY! Your (i art Ion Plants I NSECT? is the besl to protect tender plants and general garden, crop from Ute ravages of insects. TU HER-TON IC is a sun- death .-..Union for the potato bug and makes the plant vigorous. Arsenate of Lead and Paris Green tn other solu? tions that will destroy insects so injurious to garden plants. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PRODUCTS FOR SALE BY THE MUTUAL PHARMACY BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA THE UNIVERSAL CAD iroid cats lire important servants every where. They help the family enjoy life, bring the pleasures and advantages of the town within teach of the farmer and give practical servier every day in country and town. They require a minimum of attention; any one can run the Ford and c.tre lor it. but it is better to have repairs and replacements taken care of by those who are familial with the work and have the tools, the genuine materials, and skilled men to do the work promptly. Wc pledge Foid owners the reliable Ford service with "real Ford pari.; and standard Ford prices Mineral Motor Company Ulli STONfi HAP, VA. REAL 022 QQ Phone 97 ESTATE AGENTS Big Stone Gap, Virginia Sole Auents 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. Write or call on us for prices and terms. "South-West Insurance Agency-^ Incorporated 1 Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surancc. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate nnd Commission Brokerii. UIG STONE GAP, VA.