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You wont to be sure thnt your films ore FRESH.
What a disappointment to take a picture nnd then have it not "develop.*' We do a big photo supply business; that's why OUR goods are fresh. Making and keeping pictures of "the trip" and of the children will be n joy in after life. KELLY DRUG COMPANY j 7j/ic S/?cxcr// tStorc Bit* Stone Gap. Virginia ?-- - _cd LOCAL ITEMS. Dl \V; Litlrell \yhs ""?, r n"m Hve Cuvo a ft)W ilaVH last week. r'ratik Baler was a business visitor in Bristol last Thursday. - Miss Nolle .Mans, of Kookoe, I wns visiiting friends in tlio < inp !? few 'lays last week. \Y. c. Niningar spoilt Katttr ility ami Sunday in Bristol visit tag friends. Miss Virginia Baker, who lias licitrl real nick at her home for several days is ?bte to be out again. Mr. ami Mrs. Spook returned to iheir home in Botinoko l?'ri tidy, from a few days visit to then daughter, Mrs. ('. S. (Jar ti>r, in tin' (Inp. Mis. Bebeccn Heuser llateln-r mill email son, of nnroldj Ky., are s|ieniliiig several days wjtli relatives in tin- t'ove anil in the fiiiji, K. .1. Pri seoil ami II. It. Uns |i?r sjietil several days in l'bila iM|iliiii ami Washington on uiiHiiiPss tIn- past week. Letcher Btinii returned to bis, home in the (inp Wednesday from Madison, l<Tri., where he has been working on a largo farm for a few months. Itnbert Horton, of Rye t'ove, Scott County, who recently Whs discharged from the navy was in tin- Gap last week visiting relatives. Misses Lillian and Maude Hun.in. of Rye Cove, arc spend? ing a few days in t be < lap visit? ing Mrs. Rachol Mullins near the Southern depot. Mr. ?ml Mrs. Gen. 1,. Taylor and son, ,|amen Polle, returned I Iiis vvi'ok fnim a lliroe weeks v isit io (ineinnaii. ?I. lt. Kennedy and little daughter, of Cleveland, are visiting relatives in Hu- Chip. Mr. und Mrs. It. K. Taggart motored tip to Norton Sunday and spent a few hours. Miss Frances Long, who has I.n attending school at Und lord, is spending some time in the tlap with her parents, Mr. end M i s. <'. ('. I.ong. Miss Myrtle Wohl), of Gute City, spent several days last week in the Gap visiting at tin? home ..f Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bounds. Mrs. I). I'.. Avers ami two children, Mrs. Ilensou Rdona, of Keokeo, motored to the (lap last Friday and spent the day visiting Mrs. \V. S. Boso. Misses Margaret and doe Lee Bruce, of Morristown, Tonn., returned to i heir home Sal unlay after spending it week in the liap visiting Miss doe l.ee's hrother, Paul Bruce,at the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. 1!. I'. Barron. Donald Present t, after spend ing a week in the Gap with rel? atives, returned last Wed hps. tiny to his father's plantation at Madison. Florida. Miss Frances Scott, of Knox ville, is visiting her grand fa? ther, W. S. Wax, hero this week. Mrs. II. A Avers anil grand daughter, Mrs. Josh] Bullitl, Jr., were shopping in Appa lacllia Thursday afternoon. All Accomplishment, Not. An Accident You have less than one chance in ten thousand ?l be? coming prosperous by chance. It in done l>y design. The Lest strut is the establishment of a bank account and provision for its growth. Come in and talk it over. V\ e will make the way easy. STRENGTH ? SERVICE SECURITY ^ INTERSTATE , FlMmmmi CO. .B.WA^PLtR. CASHIER BIG STONE PAP. VA. I Coldest drinks in town nil j Paul's Cafe.?ndv. Miss Rose Hamilton, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. iM. V. Wells for a few days the j past, returned to her homo in ! Norton Monday. ! W. J. Draper, of Gute City, is spending a few do \ 8 in the iGap this week with hoincfolks Miss llazol Crawford return cm I to her home in Mentlotn TueS jtluy from a weeks visit to rela lives ami friotuls in the Grip. W. II. Wren -pent afew days' the past week in Columbus, < >hio, on hostin ss. Fancy Speckled Trout at 1 Paul's Cafe this week. -adv. Misses Mabel McClcllau and Henrietta Williams, of Gate City, are visiting their cousin,! i Miss Ora (Jleek. Misses lira (Meek and Mhbel McClellnn, tire Bpohding n few doys in Keeken,1 this week with Mrs. Buulah Gates. J. L. Parsons, a prominent fanner of PcnilitlgtOll dap, was in town Monday on business. Prof; H, L Sulfrldgo, the newly elected principal of our public school for next year, will leave this week for Hast Bad ford, where he will tench in the Normal .School this summer. Contractor Miillins has coin* mciiccd work on the line new residence for Gliy H; litlinerl near the bull park. When com- ! Iileted Ibis will he one of the' nicest residences in town. Miss Maryland Turner, of New York, who is the giiest of her sister, Mrs. A K Morrison, tt Bristol, formerly of the (lap, has been the bouoree of several delightful social functions in Bristol the past week. The Seniors of tin" Big Stone Gap High School have issued attractive engraved invitations to their graduation oxercisi s in the school auditoriiim Monday evening, June si.xteeth. Luther Jessen was a business visitor to Cocburn last Friday. Miss Anderson, who has been the guest of Mrs. Uuy Stone for several days returned to her Home in Peuningtou Grip MOii ' tlay. W. (i Knapp, hookkeeper for the Mineral Motor Company at this place, spent the week end j in Glade Spring visiting home-1 folks. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Hisel had j as their guests'for supper Sun j day evening Mr. Shearer, Presi h ut, of King Coll dge , of Bristol, anil Mr. Wolfe, of the Christian church. Mr. Shear er delivered a line sei inoii at the Christian church Sunday evening. Don't forget t h n famous humpbacked, hand picked, dou? ble jointed peanuts at Paul's Cafe, nlWuys in striped bags.? adv. .1. W. Masters and Trigg iiar risou have bought out the ma? chinery und fixtures of the Wise County Broom Works at this place and will continue its operation a s heretofore and hope to enlarge its output in I the near future. Mrs. Bud Bray returned to her home at Bogersville, Tonu , last Friday afternoon after spendiug it few days here visit ing her sister, Mrs. i. T. Gilly. Dr. .1. IL Scoiieid, of Osaka, was in town Saturday after? noon to see the ball game. Shnler Gilly and family were down from Pa nice Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives. C. I-'. Phelpa has resigned his position ? foreman of tint Boy. al Laundry and is working as mechanic i n S. s. Masters' blacksmith shop. Born to Rev! und Mrs. F. W. Bliss,on last Saturday morning, it line bnby boy, which they have named Francis Koyster Bliss. FOB SALE:?Two desirable residence lotH on Shawn, e Ave., adjoining home of J iulge Skeen. See Dr. UL C. Honeycutt.?Adv. FOB SALE:?Fresh Jersey milch cow. Apply to Mrs. W. F. Baker, Big Stone (lap. Prof Owen B F.asley spent several days this week in Mar tinsville. Sidney Muliius, who has been attending sch?ol at the Univer sity of Virginia, returned to the Gap lust week, where he will spend his summer vacation with his mother. R. U. Williams sp'ent Hie woek fud iu Gate City visiting relatives. Miss lCiiit.li VnnGorder return? ed ln.ui Wednesday* morning to lior Imme in the Gap from Ox? ford, Ohio, where she 1ms boon j attending school at Oxford Col? lege the past year. Mrs. La urn Bickley and! (laughter. Miss Parilee Bickley, went to Port Bluckmort* Satur-j day, where Mrs. Bickley will spend several weekH visiting j her daughter, Mrs. Maun. Miss Bickley returned homo Monday ! WANTED TO BENT.?fi or til room house with witter nml| lights. Address, ll\YL, Box 115, Big Stone t lap, Vn. 22-2? Misses Jot) Lee Bruce, of Mot* ristown. Tonn., Margarel Bttr roh, and Etlitll Ball.ud, Messrs. Simon Banks, Curtis Bobhins and Paul Bruce motored up to the head of the water works, Saturday evening, where they had i very enjoyable picnic. Lloyd Quild meets with Mrs. Pierson Thursday iifteriioon at 1:00. Bible lectuie lust twenty minutes. Mr. mid Mrs. Blake Wamplor Ulld little .1 a light el , Nolle, Spell I Saturday and Sunday in l'eiio iugtou Gup. Miss Julia Byttrs, of Spartans burg, S. C., who for a year has been a stenographer in the Pur chasing Department of the Stonega t'oke and Uptll Compa? ny at Appahichia returned Stil unlay to Spurtansburgi where she will resume her position as stenographer in Hie Stonega ! Coke ami Coal Company*' of? fice there Sergt. Fred Troy, who for over a year has been located at the headquarters of the nvta lion service in Paris, France, spent a few- days in the (Lip this week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K A. Compton. Before' volunteering ill the sei vices of the Aviation Corps Sorgt. Troy | held a position in (he (lap with the Interment dial & Ir in Cor ! (Miration. The "Mothers Club" at Ihel L. & X. met at the church May! 27th al p. m. Twenty one I mother's attended and nine ba hies were weighed. Miss Ham ! tier gave ;t most interesting talk on infant care ami Mrs. Jones spoke of tile result-- til clinics held throughout I lie] county and (old of an ulhmniiig Iy large number of tubercular patients found. Mrs. Josh Biillitt, Jr., and sister. Miss Adelaide Pettil, left Monday for Lebanon to attend the bountiful wedding Weil ties day (today) of Miss Margarel Aston to Mr. James M. Barker, of Bristol. Mrs. Bullitl. who was formerly Miss Margarel Pettiti will.sing at the wedding The '?Mothers Club" al tilt! V. it S. met at Scout Cabin al 2 p. m. Monday, May 2lJth. Four babies weighed. Miss lltlinncr gave an interesting talk on in? fant cure und Mrs. Jones spoke of the result of the clinic held there a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs A. I). Owens and little daughter, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sewing and small daughter, Misses Janet Bailey and Dornt Warner and W. 11. Chapman motored down near Drydon last Wednesday evening, where they spent a few hours very pleasantly picking wild st raw berries, after which they enjoyed it delicious Slipper which was curried along in baskets. Tht; ("amp Fire Girls, of Big Stone (!ap., in charge of Miss Edna Cntrou, 'met at the V. ,v S. W. scout cabin at lain p. in May 20tll, where they were giv? en a demonstration in home nursing. This is the first of a series of lecturts ami demon? strations which the Bed Cross Nursing Service will give to this class. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Oetkin purchased last week the rosi dence of Mr. and Mrs. 10. A Compton above the Southern depot, into which they will move in a few days Mr. aid j Mrs. Compton have purchased the resilience of Britt Smith, int< which they will move us Isoon ns it is vacated bv Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hisel. I John Beau, who has been ?with the American Expedition? ary Forces iu Franco for the past year, arrived in the (lap Saturday, being honorably dis charged from service. Before \ ol?nti cring into service of the unity be held a position with I the Mineral Mptor Company at I this place. Bean is now located alCoeburn, where he will ro Isumn his former position aa a mechanic at that place. AMXJZU THEATEE TODAY, Wednesday Oniij?fikdd yct she won her wag into ihc hiolicst society.. Where did ihc money ay a e from? See 1 tie P i ices.10 and 20 cents THURSDAY TOMORROW WILLIAM S. HART An Arte raft Picture ' Prices.10 and 20 cents SPRAY! SPRAY! SPRAY! Your Garden Plants INSLCTO is the best to protect tender plants and general garden crop from the ravages of insects. TUR L R-TO N IC is a sure death solution tor the potato bug and makes tin; plant vigorous. At senate of Lead and Paris Green are other ..in lions that will destroy insects so injurious to garden plants. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS RRODUOTS FOR SALE BY THE MUTUAL PHARMACY BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA H. E. Fox & Company Phone 97 * REAL ESTATE AGENTS Big Stone Gap, Virginia I Sole Agents for R. B. Whitridge, Payne j Heirs, and John Foxy Jr. Business and Res? idence lots; also acreage property facing the public road to East Stone Gap for sale. Write or call on us lor prices and terms.