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White Pine and Tar
COUGH SYRUP I'aken in tirric SYRUP WHITE IMS!-: and fAR saves many a bad rough and ensures many a good night's sleep. Cures and relieves coughs and hoarseness and every form of throat trouble. The genuine White Pine and Tar is sohl only at Kelly Drug Company in 30c bottles. REXALL COLD TABLETS arc guaranteed to cure all Colds. Grippe and Bronchial Troubles. They are not in any way injurious and their action is prompt and decisive. Try Rexall Cold Tablets joe. Ki:i^^Y DRUG COMPANY 7j/ic fflcxatt Store Big Stone Gap, Virginia AND Whaf They Do i:i:st.m k \ m> I'ai l.s oakk !???' luwlie* -TV. promptly, Peanuts and pip corn, col drinks, fruit* ami candles. tM, an,I Oyi torn. Next door lo theatre: I'M. I II l" II HAItKON All kinds hi' Mi drinks and Iuu6hi's, iruits and <? tu.lt,' I. tcati'll in I'oily liiiildiuc. i. \V PAKUOTf l;.sl as-nt.in . groceries, fruits and caml'ies aigariitti and tobacco l.'otiniry meat Kutter an tif?it alwiys mi liuiiil Tin n- r M siioK icKrAiUi.Nti II. T PA YNi: All kinds ..I .1. : pairing shop t-i|lilp|il.'*l with late iiU.thlitvry. Ilavu Iii stock tubber ho anil aluminum Intol? fin laities li<*rl -ill] ports .....I Hi.- Iii>i of loatli.tr. lav-all i: I .> slioi in xioek i iibboi Utt'ls and Ilm In -t i Sanitary Hiy I leaning A I II.?1s blocked, i t-l rllinitri l.Tothes cleaned inhi |>ii. .si fur Hint di-livercd IV Phoni! i" i 11A s JtljlNSOX i lea Phono u MAI. K I'ATTMN a ily pio--ii in^ Of suits and icpair wmk. class workmanship lloailipUrti iiurgtew' grocery Tin- ?1,1 rtilin i-ltiancr an,I presse! PA I NTT NO I li().M as I I iIK Kit ?First etas, Iiijfi woriiianslilp guaranteed mates ftiriilslii.il. Inside ami niili I'AI'Ki: II A MilNi. \V a X I'.ip< i Iiaiiglu^ I kinaiistiip I st incites all,l IIAltlSHHH ?i MATT IIAltltl.S l-:.xpert iiarlioi work done m-atly and promptly.. We um' K l> .\ toiile. 'i!> yens experience Shop located next door to l'arrott;? n i.iuraiit. r-iil MAi: I In i.l ?iTiui; I p i., ijaitiaarlM , oyor LliirgessM grocery opposite Moult. Vista Holet. I'll reu chairs Kverylliliiy strictly sanitary s;atii|faclWu gii&ouiioisl !-i(l I.O.V SPKAHS. I.e.,.lue. barbel ?liop dl j town Kycrytliiiig nanliary Tim,' ? hair* at yoiir service We solicit yen patronage witli anassuian,',* ,,| e.I ivork Ni'xt dour to theatre', Mil UAltl'BNTKH.S WU ItUll.liKltS ? S.IIKA.MA N ?V IIAItNKY liiilutr.il eai pi'iitcr an,I repair work, also iiplni|stiti in?. Odd jobs i upeoiilll) Simp i lioodloo'a lumber slid T-in ? oai. I Ml; S I. TIIAXON. I'clor iii Ilia, Mountain ami Panic- domestic ciia n'ood service. Satisfactionussliretl lie liveries to all parts of town Address. Iloutii !>, Itox s, City. f-i? A I TO SKItVICK lAVINi; ItlSllbp -Is always en Hi,-jol, with a good ear anil eali serve J'oil promptly, I?10 -UMIN V. I..WK. ? When you want prompt car Mirvicv phono I'U. Will u>< inywbore, liood ear ami careful driver. Will meet Mains Oil rei|uc*l S-ll pi,i Miiixt! \ si' iir.a 11.\'. <? C. SWOItl).?liciicral eoiltraelin^ ^iveii special attention. Also repaii work. Ask for calimatctj on the Wise I'lpeless I'liniaei- on I lie c.isv liayilicnl l^an_rl LOST llctv(*n Kxeter anil Anpatacliia ?tcrliiiK silver eiparetle ease with initial !!.(.' M. Keward, Kinder aililress. Itox s. |||K Stone Hap. A Purse cpntatDitig a live anil a two dol? lar hill; air,, about one dollar in change, on ihe corner near the Kelly Unit; Store Thf tinder xill plt'imc return Mine to th'u ofBcv anj itceirc llbvial reward STU.\ Y ( i >\V H....ii, wolgliK il...nt 700 poiiniis. nl.-.iit u-n years old Uhikt can h?TO -.nur by paying for hi-i iVi-il tlii piisUU.ntlil ' I M WtfUi Ki?tSKmu li.p s H LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs'. M .1. II..tT bus returned tu inc Grip after uii extensive v i-it in Texas. Vrthtir Crawford spout u few ilavs lasl vv?ek at Mendotn an.I Rnstol. VV. \V. Nickels an<l son. VVnl t.'i. have i In. flu Miss Iteuirih Alchley is ill ; wild inllui'ii/.n Norman Russell spoil I 'I'll li TH i\Ay at J osephibe on business. Mis-. Aim.i Bird in ill with in. Iltteli/u. Mrs .1 K Ta?nart, of Norton, hp. ni i 1,-w daVH in tin- (inp [last week , Miss Alice Sloiiip left last Similar iii^bi for howling t.Smen, Ky., whom she will take li business course at the Rowl tug i irr.'ii HusiiioHH School. M artin Garnes, of Lynch, sp.-nl thr WlHik . ii.l with In,in,' fdllcs. C. I tint, of Lynch, is v isit ing Ins family here this week A iiilretv Reeder, of Strioega, npi'iil Stlixla) in ihr I lap l oin IJ \Vyles, vice president of tin- Detroit < !r;i|.hitr I'ompa. ns. .1 i 'liicngo, spfini ii few [iltiyH m the.t.Snp last week on business I; T Irvine returned Siitur jiihj ii.no a week's business trip I to Richmond ami other points, ! Sum 11enilerHOn, t>f Jonasville, wuii in this section Sntu.'day on business. Mrs Ki.ink Lit wry, of Norton, spent tin- work end in the Gap visiting her sister, Mrs W II NVrtVii, Miss Morgan has enncelled all lief meetings for thr coming week ami i-^ assisting Dr. lion sou, of Uoda, with influenza crises u t t ha t plane. Miss Doris Wuriior tpent Sun liny at Stonega with Mr*. Paul I limdry Mr. nn.I Mrs. Rufiis Wax have Iu ra ill with iniluohxa at their home on liiibodeii Hill for a lew days. Mr. ami Mrs .lanis Taylor-, of Norton, spent Sunday in the II lap visiting reliiti veSi Kirsl showing of spring milli? nery. Cull and see.- -.Mrs. ,1. 1'. Wolfis on the corner, -adv. Mr. and Mr.-.. Beam is, of Hieb iriohd, spent ;i few .lays in the (lap this week, the guests of Mr. and M rs. R. T. Irvine. Sum McChesney, who has n position at Lynch, Ky., spent Saturday and Sunday in the t i i' with his family. Mrs. VV. Ii. Harlan, of I'm den. Tonn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Best, in the l lap this week. Ihr Lloyd Guild will meet with Mrs. Karl S toe fir Thursday afternoon at :(;:!(> o'clock. Regular ll o'clock services at the Methodist l-'.piseopal church Sunday morniug. Mr ami Mrs. R. I'. Harron and live children, Gale Harron, Misses Ruth ami Katheriue und Masters .Iim ami Rascom, who have been verv sick with the influenza, are improving and part of them are able to be out ibis week. Mrs. Naomi Wilkorsnu will i ?lie her?! in a few days in take] charge of nur inillinary ?lepart-1 mdiii. Sjie is in tlie south's largest millinery house biij ing iotir steck, (i.line Brothers, | Co.!, Inc. titiv Mr. it ml Mrs II. A Alexnn der rind children, of Imhnden,] attended the memorial rervices iit Lite iheiitfn Sunday nfter | noon. Mr .iinl Mis. s .1. (fttndryl ami Mr. and Mis. I'.oil t Icudrj , of Sloiiog i. attended the ii'io mortui si-rvie. s horn Sunday. .lust received a limited mini and IN -it ;7 i.on eaiih. fall ami convince yours.df uf the! Httperihriiy of these'instruments. I Sold on .-n'sy terms. ?Kelly Drug (Johiptitiy ;nlv, M iss t iraee All man, who went to Lynolihiirg a few iveckn ago, i returned Thursday night to hei home her" She has heeu nick 1 for the p.isi (xvo weeks having | had a severe Case < f tie "tin " j)r ii.org,- I Wmsion re-j turned l ist week from itu K\ temled \ isit in Florida and will ? spdml si.on- line llOro al lint hoinn ol hissen. I. I Winston. Mrs. I'roeidr BrViwti will '.be absent from her classes this, , w.-.-k en iieeouiil of the State Music Teachers' Association] and tie- Virginia h ederat ion of j Musie Chilis ednveiiiion in Itou-1 noke, returning at the end ol this week with Iii w plans Mrs VV. A. I? ticer, who has heeu visiting lor daughter,! Mis Kotiert Ingle; at lla/.tt i. Ky , return- d I" her home Pri? ll ily. UeWut and K.o.n.th Wolfe and Gordon ami William Good* loe, who have heeu attending school at V. P. I . aie visiting their paianls while V. I' I in] closed onaeeoti.it of the ihilli.i enzti epidemic. Mrs. I'roetor Brown returned! Sunday evening from the Ketch. inivninotT concert in Atlanta Saturday afternoon she attend ed the I). A K. tea at the Kite's | pltib in Bristol, and assist, a on ihw program given by -'.me nf Bristol'* favorites in musical circles. W. II. Wr. of tl... Mineral | Mntor Company, left Thursday night for i leve' ind, where he will spend ho tier it .lavs on in is. iness Miss Lois Dtiff, one of the public school tear her.-,, Spoil! Thiirmtay at Norton, where she] attended the funeral and burial; of her uncle, Mr. Anderson, who I Had been ill for some tune with tuberculosis. Mrs. II. 1". Noting and Jittlfl son, Hugh Peter, spent Sunday | at Norton with Mr. Young, who has been very ill with inlllieilZa for several days. It. It. < 'asper, auditor of t he Stoncga Coke and t'oal (,'ompa j hy, returned to the (lap last Thursday from an out of town, business trip. Joshua K. Bullitt, Jr., who has been ill at Jus homo in ttio Gup lor several weeks, was tak? en Friday afternoon to the hptf-l pital in Abiugdon, for treat ! men! His sister, .Mrs. Willis' Slaughter, of Washington, who was lorrrierly Miss June Bullitt, accompanied hi in to Abiugdon,, where she will stay for a few days. Dr. W. Q. Painter aUoj accompanied him, but roturned 1 next day. hers of VielrbluS No. VI jijr, Vonida Hair Nets are advauc j ing. Wo are still Belling them ut 16 cents. Tlirs is a hint fur yon to stock up ?Kelly 'Orug Company ?adv. Wedding of Interest Here. A wedding of much interest in thia section was solemnized in the Gap last Wednesday ev oiling by Kev.J. M. Smith, pas. tnr of tin' Presbytorian church, when .Miss Kathoriiie Horner, only daughter of Mr. anil Mrs George Horner, of Appaliicbia, was married to Mr. Kay lor Hobbs, sou of Mr. and Mrs. VY. .1 Hobbs, also of Appala chiu. Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs returned to Appalachln after ill.re mony ami lift Thursday morn? ing for n Several days' iimlal tour to Knoxville and other nouns, after which tlioy will lie ui home' to their many friends at A-ppitlnchia,where Mr. Hobbs has a position with tin- Imperial Motor Company. Mr. ami Mrs. Hobtis stoppod in Pristnl Th?rs dav and spent a few hours with Mr. Hobbs' sister, Mr- vY It. Ulev, who formwrlv lived in the Gup. EVER GIRL'S CLUK Misses Olga Horton and Hem riottii Stcucil were the delightful joint hostesses of Kvery l.lirl'H (Jlub Friday evening til the lovely club room in the bomb of Mr- Margaret Holf. The club room was decorated very attractively in keeping ivith George Washington's birthday with red. white ami liiue streamers of crepe paper. Ilugs and colonial pictures. Numerous names and con tests suitable for the occasion were indulged hi which caused much merriment, especially the Chopping down of the cherry trees, blindfolded, with a eard hoard hatchet. Mrs. Holl and Miss Olga Horton delighted the guests with a number of stilus accompanied by Miss Huff on ti e piano, during the evening. Delicious ice cream, eakes ami hol eolfee were - rve.I dtir ing the evening. Those present were. Misses Parileo Itiokley, Flor.; Bruce. F.dnn Gilly, OlgT Horton, Mary Stimuli, Miry Uox, j Until Blip hv. Ill act) Long, N>ra Vpuell, llunriuiiu Skueii, hois Hull, Margaret Waller, Grace Long, (rttills s OhriHlV and Mrs Mar? garet' Holl". Misses Hiilf ami May Hortoii will he hostesseii i.f the cllii? nett Fri lay night. GEORGE WASHINGTON lol.l) l ill'. rKUTH AllOUT i l l um. DOWN Mil CHKRKV ITO.E. 1 El.l.lMi IMK rKUTH MAHl HIM rilE PKKSIUKN1 OF I III-. UNITED STATES. |VR SHALL I LLI. 1 (H IHK. rKUTH AllOUT ANV I HIM; *A H. Sliois VOU, BECAUSE \*. E W AM VO\ K CON? FIDENCE AMI IIHS IS IHK ?NE AMI OMA WAV TO GET VOLK CONFIDENCE. ?UK HARDWARE IS 1111. UESTi II STANDS 1 'HE I ES I Smith Hardware Company I1IG STONE ?AI?, villi.1MA The Bess: Insurance Against Influenza Prominent Eihieutor Believes That VapomiMitha Is A Sure Prcventutive I>r it M llrnnio,(limnvi'ren>r itr?mo'> Vm|...iu. ml, , satyr h ?, i l.ai. r ffmn fur ttiiiiili it i? in'.-s. i >Ihi'| ii'iI.I luve ..1. VV..V- M-i-liriitl i.litlsta.-l..|V I. - Ill - It um? I In liiiic it h is iii-via i illi'.l 1.1 I.-,' i!< up ciiUjs. usually tin- I.taiiliKir itf (?rijipe, Ihti'i.-ii/.i .mil riit-iiinoiiii 'I'll! nil si lOiilj si Iti'lis iii 1 air f II>.\ jil-ti iti'il liv tin- reinailiuti'c i,ri.'. I bat r.ill.iw ' ltr.ii.Ki s V u.i. mil. S.ilvu i. li|i|itl.'.t irt'oly .iv.ir tli.'i'li.'st mill throat <n.| :iiMTl<<l Iii iTifli UiuUrll. Itratiie ; \ i|ionU'iilIii Ailve pellet rate, the iKiro? of the skin, leliivin? roil|.'<">th.ii it Hui mmiil tlmti In-.I1114 vaimrs .iriMi mil iiru hr.Mtli ???I Hu Uli;Ii the mouth ?ml n.-e. I.v'.hoii Inn (he jmliMtiiu .iinl rue.in; lh*i pattern in Urcitlii! freely Hi *l?r?uaite relliWItt, eViili'iHisI Ity ilo/eits ni nnsolloUo.1 trntiin.iiil.il* llraini' > Wc i-iin nth.. S.O.... ?111 roiliive piieiiiiioiii.i, lull uii/a. grip]..', pleurisy hi.iiie.hltiii whooping euuijli. t-iitarrh uMliitia. itiimllitls, (wj"| fovnr ;?n>( Hill iiiiiu it hm ut" the nli in Vtipoiiivuiha U i(i|.lieil ??.,tiTii:?!l>'. in I it ?III imt ktalu the eh ... im* other . ilvi ilo Nu Ii. ine shun ,'vit he with, nut ii Ulli'it fniiii your ilealer or iltrei 1 fr.au tin- llr'ame Kriu-" >i . North WllK. *> li.il.i. I' \ -111.ill Ullttte. rostH .'!.'.? . . iiiUi'h l.irirer .e nit ilniiiij dtx time- .. Sale of Valuable Residence and Business Lots, Big Stone Gap, Virginia The Big Stone Gap Land Company, owner of numerous residence and business lots in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, will on offer at public sale a large number of choice resi? dence and business lots situate in Plat 5 near Southern Depot and east thereof. Practically all of these lots are 5? ft. by 120 ft. and well lo? cated. This sale was previously advertised for Jan? uary 24th, but could not be held on ciccount of the inclemency of the weather at that time. See next week's Post for more detailed infor? mation with reference to this sale. Big Stone Gap Land Company, By J NO. W. CHALKLEY, Secretary and Treasurer.