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HOLD a stiel I of Symphony I.nun Wilting Papel la the lieht. Note in tri'.niliiccni (U'anuts. Then fcrl itic lieauiy of its rcul lawn texture. Ii invili i yon lo iimi your pen. Then observe Ihr water murk?placed there for your puldanci und protection! Sympliotiy Writing Paper ii the choice of dlt crimlriatiot! women not only because it is in koo.1 ta-n. bill becaUsc of ii? splendid writing surface. Mittle in three finishes nnil several fashionable lints. Sltccth and eovilo|>es lo be had in a number i.l styles, pi unit esptcssion of pi tion.il taitc. Correspondence curds rind envelopes, ulso. TJhc ^/?c.va// Store LOCAL ITEMS. Misses .lean nuil MickbV Ulir i .11. of Cliiicli'imH ? liavii I.u spending several days, in illit> -. ijjion visiting relatives. '?Iiss .11]illiitit Taylor has boon spending several dnya with hoi grandmother in t Hinchpni t Mrs. 11 .-Dry tailor, nf Dor) i Iii -ii'i', spelij a few days last week in town visiting n-lativi'it. Miss ?. v.m Iv Kan.- I n\lor, ? i... lias Iii en SjitOldillg t hr past t?., weeks in ilie (lap v isilihg I loi enee Mel'hi iiiiek . iv ini tieij Saturday to linr I. in lule (.Into, \a. Mn-s Kin. :< ii.-.- liei'Oinpanieil In-r homo, ivhere sin. will spend several da s h v it-iii ntg. ? Ins (Iriiee l.mig returned I liiirsday fro in K mix>. ill.-, ? !h i Illie Spoilt a leu da\ s mi iieeoiiut ill having some denial iv.irl! iloiii i Mrs. I. ()] Taj lor and .laugh ler I aieile, spent laut week in I '.ml visit ill"; M i s t lay I'ngh and ius|er, Mis. Heriiice Orr t iihson. Mrs. Wiley Will and sister, Mi-. Villi? Wells, went user 10 liiliitol last Thursday mm mug. ?- ItUfll I hey spent. 11 l ew dn\ i visiting friends and relatives. I'Oli SA I.K. dale Flat I.h Hid I > r ii Ii I Head Cahhage I'liilits. 'I'hone or wrile land > \ Horton.?adv. K. I) Leslie, nf liiiutingl. YV \ a., lias neeepled the posi lion nf travelling salesman for tlih new Central Sujiplj I'uiii |utliy at A ppalaehla. He IS making headquarters a I the M<.lite viatli llolel in die liap. Mr and Mrs. I. In I Ippenhei >ii- i and little grandson, Harry ?|.. m i , ,|r , left last Wodiiesdu) nigiit for Lexingiotl, Ivv.i when tlu-y will spend n few days with lelativ.es. -Miss Minnie ll.nl. of K\v ('live, has lieeii -pi-n.ling sev ? i-il day s in die t lap visiting Urs'. Kachel Mullins find her uiihsius, the Misses Kanon. Miss'.Mario liray, of lingers. > i It**, Ten lt., was in tin- t lap ? a t week visiting her mini, ?Mrs. I. T. tiilly. ?Mir-- Margaret Cardin, id " an I'u-gii, Out.j arrived in town last week nhil will spend Sev erai days here visiting her mini, Mrs, .1 -M- Willis, after uliich she will go to New York ?onl othoreastern nie.-- in spend ?-"tue limu before returning Imme. -Mrs. K. It. Wagner, of Ar -ansas t.'ity, Kan., is visiting inr sister, Mrs. M. K Oetken, in ihe (Jap. ?Miss Jemima Willis roturneil last week from a several days' '? isil In her alulor, Mrs. H. II. Nail, in kuoxvillo, Teun. Mr. ami Mrs. Allen Curncs, Mr, and Mrs." Robert (Jnrncs, of Klkhorn ('ily, W. Vit., arrived in ilie il.t|i Inst weck mi a yiaii to Hi, ii parents; Mr. ami Mrs. \v II (.iafnea. Mm. M. I., (fr?her ami I wo little children luff Monday morning for Bristol, where Ihoy will visit relatives for some t iino. Mr. ami Mrs .1. II MutheWB ami s.iii in law, I t'. Tay Inr, motored in St. I'aul Sunday morning ami smut the day tyitli Mr. and .Mrs. tiny I ugh. Mrs I t' Taylor anil daughter, Lucilc, wliu had beeii spending a few days (here, accompanied t hem homo. Mi,--, Mary I'ox spent Sunday and Monday at Johhsdii City with ml tiives. Miss Noll .Ionkins sprut last week in the Cove visiting .Miss es Kehn ami Amin Itarroi) Col lien Mr. and Mrs. II. AI Karris, of Nor ill Kork, \V. Va , are visit iilg Mr. and Mrs. \Y. II. ('nines in i In- (lap this week . Tim United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet today i U'eiluesdaj I at the home of Mrs Malcolm Smith ut .1:30 o'clock. Howard .lessee left last week for Nollolk. where he will spefftl a vacation of ten days. Mrs I!. I,. Brown and son, I Kilgeim, are visiting .Mi s. Iiioivn's mother, Mm. Laura Hick ley, in the (lap. Airs. .1 It. frill, of HoiseCity. Idaho, arrived in the Gap last week on a visit to her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. W. II. Carnes. Mis. Jnines Horton and three children, of Harlan, Ky., spent Monday night in the (Jap with their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth B?r ion. en route to Scott county to visit relatives. Airs. Cornie Klanary and two nieces, of Drydeii, spent Mon? day in Hie (lap with .Mrs. Blake \\'ampler en route to their home from VVoml, Vit., where they had lieen viaiting relatives. Aliss Adelaide Pellit left Kri day for lieatyville, Ky., where sin* will spend two months with her parents. Aliss Kleanor linker, who has been spending several weeks in the i lap ?villi her parents, l?r. and Airs W. A Maker, return? ed Wednesday to Washington, I? (' , where she has been in training for some time in one of the hospitals there. W. B. Kilbourne left this morning lor .Mill Mountain, u popular summer resort near Koanoke, where he will spend leu days attending it summer school of instruction of the Royal Arch Ahtsons its a repre? sentative of the local lodge. Miss Itcbcccn lessee, of I'on nington (.lap, is in the (iap this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. It Kilbojirno. Klisha Tuto, who liven above Kast Stone Gap near Minton's store, spent last Friday in town visiting .lames M. Qilly, at the home of I. T. iiilly. Mr. Tato is 92 years of age and comes to town iputo often to visit Mr. tiillv, who is also rather ma? ture in years heing 82, they Having beim close frh mis since their boyliood day s. Little .lack, the youngest child 1 I Mr. und Mrs. (leorgo 1'. Sowed, diet! Saturday after? noon at their home in Middles, boro. Tile remains were brought tit the Qap on Monday ami Inn n d in (llcncoo cemetery. Mr. and Mis George I'. Sewell, Mr. ami Mrs. Bruce Moore ami Mrs. Bristol accompanied the remains here. .Mr. and Mis I. .1. Kirk re? turned to Ilm (lap lust week from Bakorsviljo, N. ('., where they have been making their home for several months. They aie visiting at the home of Mrs. Kirk's parents, Mr and Mis. W. T. MalmtV. y . Harry I'', lessee underwent an operation Slouihiy afternoon at the home ol his parenls, Mr. and Mrs S l,\ .lessee, for hernia. The operation was per formed by l)r \V. I'' Sainuoli.of Louisville, assisted liv l)ri J. A. Oilmer and Dr. \V A. Baker, of this plaee. Harry's contiI lion is said lo he satisfactory and thai he will recover in the course of a few days. Ice Cream Supper. If you want something good to eat attend the ice cream sup? per that will he held on K.USl Kollrlh street by the side of Good toe's liimher shed mi Sat urilay night, beginning at live o'clock. I'leiily ol 'cream, fake ami cold lunches, adv. Card Party for Miss Willis. Miss Kloronoo McCorniick was the hostess of a lovely curd party at lier home last Wednes? day afternoon In a number nf her friends in honor of Miss Mabel Willis, who was married 011 Saturday morning. Progressive. ??Hearts" was the mode of entertainment during the afternoon which was pluyoii at four card (aides Miss I! 11 III I'resentt won ilrsi nri/.o, a box of stalionery and .Miss Willis was presented with the gilesl pri/.e, a beautiful cut glass mayonnaise howl Al Hie conclusion of Ilm game, II delicious ice course was Serv? ed the sixteen guests at the small tables. Waller Potter Dead, Walter Archibald Potter, aged lit!, died al his home here Saturday morning lit !l o'clock after heing con tilled to his room for live weeks wilh leakage of the heart,although he had 1.11 afflicted with tin- disease for some time. Waller was well known in the (lap having been practical ly reared here hut since bis marriage had lived in Norton for several years, moving buck to the (iap just a few months ago, lie is survived by 11 wife and four children, the oldest bei--,; It years old while the youngest is two years, to whom is tendered much sy niputhy by tin- community. Burin) look place at Glencoc coiiiolery Sunday afternoon ul I o'clock, services being con dueled by Itev, K. X. Wolfe and Lev. ?. W. Dean. Birthday Party. j Litlle Miss Henrietta Lane, obtest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry I.aim, entertained a number of her little friends very enjoy a lily at the homo of her 'grandparents, Mr, ami Mrs. (lt. I'. Karroo, last Thursday afternoon in honor of her sixth birthday. 'During the afternoon a nil in ? Iu-r of games for children were played mi the large porch. They also had a very enjoyable con 'test, "Pinning on the Hat's Tail," 111 which Nell Witt won The pri/.e, a box of children's stationery. Mrs. Laim, assisted by her sisters, Misses Until and Kath erine Harron, served delicious ice cream, cake and candy to the little folks present, who were: Margaret an.I Mary Gil mer, Uuih Hose, Nell Witt, Kl ma and Kdwurd Youoli, hut tie Horton, Nell Wampler, Anna Harron, Evelyn Tuylor, Mary Heile Wright, Harron Lane, Jumes Miller Smith ami Haseoni iBurrou, Mrd. Way no Wright und .Miss Louise Cox. Drinkard-Willis. (In last Saturday morning. July 10th, a wo.I.ling of unusual illIereilt took place ut the homo of Mr. ami Mm. John M. Willi? in the presence of the fiimily | and u very few friends, when their daughter, Mabel, became the bride of Mr. William Drin kard, of Lynchburg, Va. Arch heucon B. A. Itich, of (Jrahiiin, I was the otliciating minister The home was beautifully | decorated in quantities of sweet peas und roses for the OCCUSi in. The bride, who is very charm? ing, looked beautiful in her traveling suit of dark blue cloth. ?Villi accessories to match in which she was mar ried. Immediately after the cellie mouy Mr. and Mis. hrinkard left for Natural Bridge, Vn , where they will spend their honeymoon, uftei winch thej will be nt home to their many friends in Ly nebbin g, Vni Married at Wise. Mr. Doyle Baker and Miss Kille! Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sain Cole, who live nein the Southern Railway station, motored to Wise on Frnlav i meriting, July 2hil, where they were ipuetly married in the county court house by the Bup1 list minister, of Wise. ThoyiJ returned to t he i lap in the ti,f terhoon where they will make their future home. Birthday Party. Little Miss Kulhorllie Stone eiilertained a large niiinber of h. i little friends very enjoyahly one afteruoo , last week III the home d her grandniother, Mrl F.. It; Taylor, in honor of her fifth birlhdai Miss Jilnnitu Taylor assisted in entertaining the little gill sis and serving the delicious ice cream ami cake at the close- i f the party. Tin- little folks presold were: A. L Wilt, Jr., Kuth, Itohiml and ItiCliurd Cose, Jiiuel, M iry and Margaret Uillller, hate. Ksther ami Kuth l.liiison, Attic, Mildred, Nell, ? rhec and Vii giiiiu, Witt, Sarah and Bobbie Ktiinier. Grace MahatVey, Dor? othy Weottis, Helen BenuUtii, Maud Kobinetto, Juliet Law. Neil and Mai,el .lessee, Helen, Llicilc unit Jewel Taylor, Louise Count.-, Mary Stapleton, Kd ward and Killlierine Stone. Family United. Mr. ami Mrs Marshall L. Thomas have this Week a re union of all ilioir children ami lgraudehlhll. il at then home On dien > street. Thii family par? ty Will be here for one week. The reunion includes: Mr and Mrs. Koberl Duugliorlj and children, Bobby, Thorn i nut i leorgo, of 11reeneville, Ten ll.; Mr. and Mrs. J. C riiomtis, of La dr?nge, Qii Mr. ami Mrs Charles It. \S ad. ami children, Thomas ami Knii ily, of I'lastnrco, Vu.| Mr. and Mrs. Max Grober 'and1 children j Max, Jr., and John Marshall; ol Big Stone (lap, V'lt , and < ' u I Thomas, ol Chicago Bristol 11 oral (Courier. Theatrical. Though Douglas Fairbanks' picture, "Iiis Majesty, the American," which will i? shown nt the Aiiiti/.ii Theater today, is as peaceful a lllm iiii the lively Douglas can make, he was materially assisted in making it by a lot of Uncle Sam's lighters. The director of the picture is Corporal Joseph lleiuiberry, this heilig bis first motion pic? ture work since Ins return from I he army. Tim camera stall is under the supervision of Lieut. Vieti-r Fleming, late of the United Slates Signal Corps ami who incidentally went to France with President Wilson on hoard of the Steamship "George Washington" on tin- President's first trip over, in charge ol llni (invernment's photogi tiphers. Billy Shay, who assisted in the editing of the film, received military decorations in France and us though this were not enough military aid for D.nig las, three hundred returned sol iliers were given work in ihe const ruction of the French vil? lage which is used in the pie lure ami which Cost something in the neighborhood of III. In build. Mrs Mi' L. Knight, of Kmory, is visiting her sister, Mrs 'I'. J Christy, in t In- (lap Mrs. Kniest Bullard, who has been visiting relative.-, in the (lap, return, il to h,.r home near Knoxvillc Friday. Incorporated APPALACHIA, VA. VVc arc headquarters for merchandise in our line. FLOUR, MEAL, FEED General Line of Groceries anci Canned Goods Fruits and Vegetables in Season We handle Carloads of Watermelons, Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Peaches and Apples. We operate bur owii Bakery and are in position to furnish to the trade I! K IS A I?, CAKES, 1MKS, Etc. at manufacturer'!; prices. VVE DO NOT SELL ANYTHING AT RETAIL Special Bargains IN l'LlMUlM. riNTlKKS Closets, Sinks, Range Boilers ?us China Syphon Action Bowl, Vitrcnus China Tank with improved fjiovermnfent inspected Biass: Trimmings loverinuent Opoii Eroht Scat; Complete with all trim i d( cubed, price.$24.00 as above except lion Enameled in and out ol Tank .$24.00 as iibove except luber lank.$ I 9.20 I Closi t No; i Cnniph te..$ I 9.00 i i-i Iron Sinks, size 20x.p1 indies, each. T.50 tli 17.00 Vi'lrci lilted and ( rnihgi Same I Sann j V. it-0 Bind Capacity Galvanized Ivaii^ti Bpilet G. C. SWORD, Big Stone Gap, Va. Toilet Articles "T here's great satisfaction in using toilet goods that come from our store. In them you have the assurance of honest materials and pure chemicals ? You couldn't get anything mote worth while any where. Gome and See our display of fine soaps for the complexion .?au! bath ? scented waters, perfumes cold creams cosmetics manicure sets lotions hair tonics skin foods; combs brushes sponges and the hke. The Mutual Pharmacy THERE'S A DIFFERENCE 1-.] (^H?.i fel pi f'?f.-i is] p'lls) J l^iji?! Iqp*] 1 s\ m !,!<ii fpii 1 IS] rl5 151 fa Be Careful What You Eat especially 'in the summer. Your 14 pod health comes first; The safest plan is to Your Meal al Our Market it might seem at first thought that "Meat is Meat." luit yon know yourself, if you stop to iliink. that sometimes meat is totigh and sometimes it is tender, sweet ami toothsome. Our meats taste good and give you strength. HISELS MEAT MARKET I lid! M 151 M 151 ISl 151 m 151 m Isi m m l5| Isi [Si M PHONE 117 I ^ilsiplisir.GlsjT^Eg':. If^JisirdlfsiiatwjaEiralf^ South-West Insurance*Agency Incorporated Eire, Life, Accident and Gasuality In] suraiice.^_ E'idstity and Other Bonds Heal Estate and Commission Brokers. BIO STONE (JAP, VA.