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Premo and Brownies ' Every home should have a Kodak. No vacation complete without one. Inspect our complete line of these superior products. . KELLY DRUG COMPANY "Sole Agents" Appalachia, Va. CANDIDATE FOR Election Nov. 4, 1919 SSlil: Ajaj^ Shop located over liowles' Garage on Wood Avenue. Equipped with latest model I [offiiiah Sani? tary' Pressing Machine. Work called for and delivered. We also represent an up-to-date tailoring line. , Give us a trial. Our work will please you. Ttiomas oody Big Stone Gap, Va. Then; arc limes in the lives ol successful men when Credit at the bank is of vital importance. But the time to establish that credit is- before iis use is required. Establish Your Credit with us now and in your time of need we will back you to the limits of Sound Banking Practice. I SERVICE. ' INTERSTATE MirVCE^TRUSt CO. C? CARTfc'R P?tE?lDCNT .j.b:wahpur..ca5hie.r. LOCAL ITEMS. More fish und oysters ttiis week at Puul's Cufe.?adv. F. L. Troy spent Saturday and Sunday at Graham with Iiis parents, Rev. and Mrs. VY. H; Troy. Clayton D. Rogers, of Blue field, \V Va , representing the \Vestinghuii8e Electric and Sup? ply Company spent a few days in I lie Gap la-it week ou busi? ness. Miss Doris Warner, who has a position at Stnuogu, spent Sunday i < the (Sap with Miss Juliet Bailey. 'Piiooo 140 for fish und oys tors --Paiii't Cafe ?adv. Mr. in.I Mrs Forest Kennedy and son. Editar, left Thursday h(irhi i.o- Lexington. JCy..where |Mrs. ICenued) will undergo u serious operation this week in lone of the hospitals there. George I. Taylor and litte son, James I'olk. left Thursday nighty for Cincinnati, where .lames Polk will be treated by a specialist for a few days. While there they also attended one of the big hall games. Mrs. J. L. McCormick return oil last week from a few days' visit to friends ami relatives in Knoxville. Miss Florence McCormick left last week lor Rad ford, where she will spend several days vis ?ting friends. The Lloyd Guild will meet with Mrs. A. I) Owens, Thurs? day at 3:30j p. m. 1.. '1'. Win-ton moved his family into the Peck residence near the Bill Park, which, he recently purchased, Monday. W. II. Carrier will move into ihe residence vacated by Mi. Winston. 1". C. Bobbins left Saturday night lor his home in Somerset, Ky.j where he will spend his ten days' vacation visiting home folks. Mrs. Betta Thompson Marks has acc ipted a position in the testing department , of the Slonegu Coke and Coal Compa? ny at Appalacbia during the absence of the chemist, L B. Johnson, who is spending his vacation with relatives in North (!urolinu, Try our extra select oysters this week.?Paul's C?fe.?adv. Miss Emily Fulton, of Wise and Curtis Richmond, of Nor ton,speni Tuesday in the Cap, the guests 'if Miss Kathleen K night. Mis. W. B. Wolfe, (>f Wilder is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr*. O M. Brown, this week. FOR SALE - Brand new I'.i! '.I Ford touring car body, also a lighting system and other ex lias at a bargain. (.'all 'phone I'Jit.? adv. B C. Morton has returned to the Cap after a visit of several weeks at Chattanooga, Teno., and is with his brother, F. L. Morton, in the grocery ,busi licss again. Martin Cutties, Ed. Wade, (i. II. Sliuler and "Windy" Car. ico, left Monday night for (Jill cillliati where they will spend a lew days taking in the world series base ball games. Blaiue McCorkle was down from Nora a few days last week meeting with many of his old time friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Peck und three attractive children, who have been living in the (Jap for several years, will leave, this week for Coal Creek, Teno., where they will make their fu? ture home. Miqses Martha and Polly Hill und nephew, P. Dewey Hill, who have beeu Visiting rela? tives at Gate City, spent Salur day ami Sunday in the Gap. Miss Bruce Skeen spent the week-end in Abingdon visiting school friends at Martha Wash? ington College. Lieut. H. N. llorsley and Walter Nickels, spent Saturday und Sunday in Abingdon. Miss Parileo Bickley spent Sunday in Cooburn visiting friends. I The U. D. C. will have their I regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. H. A. W. Skee\i, Wednesday (today) at 3 o'clock. : Mrs. John F. Mullins and two children left last wook for Lo? gan, VV. Va., where they will spend Beverulduys visiting Mrs. Mullins' daughter, Mrs. W. E Schuotz. Herbert Brown, of Wilder, spent Sutulny in the Gup with bin parents, Mr. und Mrs. (5. M. Brown. FOUSALE.?Ono 1917 0harid-! ler Sedan. Excellent condition , i run ubout 8 Uno miles. H. K K?>x. There will be im ice cream supper at lite Seminary. High School, Saturday, October Ulli, ui 7:.ln, p. m. Everybody cor? dially invited. dpt. Henry Taylor lefl Mon? day overland for Haz ird, Ky.. w.ith two saddle horses he took to his Min, Harry Taylor, who llyre? at l bat place. t'. r\ Haley, who has been located ut Stonegn with the manager of stores of t be Stonegn I Coke and Coal Company, for Im metime, Iiiih boon transferred I tO the auditing department at thi:i place and lias ins ottice in I the Inurmont building. Carl L?ne, of Kye Cove, who i recently received ins houoranlo I din barge from the navy, spent a few days in the Cap last week with bis brother, 11. L. Lane. Miss Lillian Wolfe, who is teaching in the public school at Norton, motored down to the Gap Wednesday and spent the night with Mrs. C. S. Carter. Miss Kittie llollomaii, after spending a few weeks with homefolks in Bristol, returned last week to the Cap. where she has a position as Bleuogrnuhi i in the Southern Itllilway ollices. Mr. and Mrs. C. < >. Van Gor der ami daughter. Miss Edith, returned this week from au ov orland trip to Chattanooga and other points i n their Bttick touring car. Kov. and Mis. P P. Martin and son, arrived in the (lap 'Tuesday where Mrs. Martin will visit her parents, Mr ami Mrs. G. M Brown, while- Rev. Martin attends conference at Princeton, W. Va. Orlando Auiburgey was down from Norton a lew hours Sun day afternoon visiting relatives. Brownie Polly is in Cincin? nati this week taking in the world series base ball games be? tween Chicago and Cincinnati Mr. ami Mrs. I C. Taylor re turned to the Gap Sunday morning after spending tin1 week in Cincinnati visiting rel? atives and Boeing the world se? ries haseball games. Misses Annie and Lucy Mutt ry left last week for 'Beech wood near Philadelphia, where they will attend school this winter. 0 C. Hell, Jr., who was with Kox ?!fc Pock, civil engineers, at U'is place, before joining the linn) in 1017, ami Wjio recent I \ returned from sei vice overseas, is spending a few davs in town this week. Mr. Bull has decid ed to locale in Augusta, (in . and will go there soon to take up his work. KOH SALI-',.?tines, v, n room two.story residence; one live room two-story residence. Both widl located. II. E. Kxx Harold Christy, who was for? merly employed with the Tri County Nows at Andrews, N. C, arrived in me (tap last week to nccopt a position in tho mech? anical tlepaninitni of me Wise Printing Compuny. Mrs. Harvey D. Ilrowu, of Knoxville, arrived in the Clap Friday, where son will violl her parents, Judge anil .Urs. IL A. W. Skeen, for some line . Lieut. Henderson N. Horsley, who is stationed at Camp ( lor don, Atlanta, Qu., arrived in the Gap Thursday, where he will spend his furlough with his father, Mayor W. J. llors ley. Miss Elisabeth Burgess re turned to her honp; "Sleepy Hollow" near Itoanoke last week after spending two weeks in the Gap visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Burgess. B. G. Young, depot agent for the Atchison, Tupeka and Santa Ke Railway, at lsletn, N. M., is spending u vacation of several days in Turkey Cove visiting his father, Harvey Young. Revs. C. \V. Bean and M. P. Ourico left this week for Princeton, W. Va., to attend the annual meeting of Holsten Conference in session in .that city this week. The Girl Seouls of East Stone Gap met at the school house October tho 2nd at 2 p. m. A very interesting nursing dem onstratiou wan given. THE WARM GLOW OJT A HANDSOME HEATER ON ACOL? NIGHT YIELDS MOKE SO IAD COMFORT AND HAPPINESS IN YOUR HOME THAN ANY OTHER ONE THING?EXCEPT. PERHAPS. A GOOD, HOT. WELL COOKED SUPPER. WELL, WE CAN FURNISH YOU BOTH THE NECES? SARY HEATER AND RANGE. COME IN AND SEE OUR HEATERS AND RANGES. THEN YOU WILL BUY THE ONES YOU NEED FROM US. OUR HEATERS AND RANGES ARE THE BEST: THEY STAND THE TEST. Big Stone Gap. Virginia TU E' UN I VE RS ALCAR Look out when having your I'ord c tr re paired that the genuine Ford parts or mate? rials are used. There are many "bogus,'1 im itations, or counterfeit, so-called Ford parts of sadly inferior quality op tin: No BojTliS market. Be warned against them. Buy Ford parts and Ford Paris have your Ford car repaired by the authorized Ford dealer r.lGl'C as this is the only way to guard against "bogus" parts. Bring your ear to us for service. Come to us for Ford parts. (lurs is an authorized Ford place AI moral Motor Company Hi; Slone (iap. I'enningtoii (lap, Norton and Coeburn, Va, ^^^^^^^^^^^ streak bl lean and ;i streal You Will'Get You. i ] [v h'."] ft" I (frf Lst [^) pi] r|l fsf[hj tsi raU^T^rS I? If You Are | Particular! If you want your meatsg "just so." If you want your j? steaks cut thick or thin. IffK you want vour roasts iut? * Ig Irom a certain part; or iflE want your bacon with a|= of fat. Try us. IrJ Wish ? 1 k is our pleasure to please you. Will you ?ive us [g a chance to do so. ra Those who pay their accounts on 10th of month, are requested }jg to settle in full to date. HiseiTs IV!eat SVIarket I . Is Big Stone Gap. VirginiafS In Polly BuilclinK. \V. ?. Wolfe, captain pf lliej tiist aid und mine rescue team of tlia Cliuchfiold Coal Corpora? tion; who went to J.'ittsutirg, Pa., last, week to participate in a contest with other state i cams for national championship, re? turned Saturday night and spent Sunday here visiting relj atives. ilis team won the state rh inipiouship hut was eliminat? ed in the preliminaries for the national contest. He, together 'with Mrs. Wolfe, visited Wash? ington and other eastern cities before returning homo. Buy a Corona Typewriter ront the Wise Printing Cu A Desirable Residence for Sale. Lots 1. 2, :i and 4, block 24, plat 1, und residence thereon containing A rooms, bttlli and I pun try, hot and cold water, electric lights and phono in the house. Fruit of all kinds, and good outbuildings. Situated in a (Juiet neighborhood, near ball park. House fronts on boule? vard For price and terms ap? ply to Mns. W. S. Mathkws, Sepl7?8-41 Kvington. Va. Buy War Savings Stamps.