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?h XXVI" B,G STONE GAP, WISE COUNTY; VA.." WEDNESDAY. AUGUST II. 1920~~ ~ " " No/32' I Base Ball j Sioncga vs. Norton. K'ortotrs iyiiiiiing streak and \. ,,, :,i Ii nit I ihisli fur t Ii" pen. L ? is i i.keil by Slonogn mi [iiir.lav afternoon on (lie And L i.r?un.l.x, being defeated by L,?r.- "I 7 t" I. ?'rail's line irliill" aiill Hie libine run s'ivat t<?. |,. Hint eame in tin- lirsl ?iiiii ,i ith tin' Imsen lull tie ulitod for tin- victory. Al ,?ii.|i wild at times tirafl lolled i wonderful gmne and |,| the hard hitting Norlnii nn iii foiir hits, t wo of which ,. nl ihe scratch yarioly, II.. . iniiiil elleelive againsl Nhr ? Ivie t liittoi ?. Solonldn I Tucker eaoii of whom struck y,i . . inl hasciiinh Goyle was ftt i. mii- blow in IIc head by 0; .,, (jotter's rasl tines1 which m.-! laid Mini nut. Ho b'ii ivetl though .I 111 .1 li U es resumed his position. I ihe star en Idles nl' the Wtis made liV Klltlclill when lied tl'owh .Malhews' long ii lelt tield, I urn ill"; a eiittir onuorsnult aller I lie eati - i healthy swal ami Im Iii for a limner; Die in -i iiiiiiiig t htifl hit iii ? - anil .lacks.hi and ?le? in nl mit an infield rjoller. cored oil Solomon'- siieri lii deep center. Tin-km I ami Ilavis grounded mil Jui'iiyhn rulter wait alsju wild i March hare walking three ii und hilling two. Two pusses re issued when the I in sos \\ i re Ii (nri'itig in I wo runs. ' i I heir hiill' id' tin- lirsl titonega Ulli le e eures. Polly Walked] i \jliihowS followed with i., l i^hl li,.|,l . W in-, lib d in friiiil nl' Ihe (date iiii .ii threw In third lo Inn II) . hill \\ as inn Into. Slilhnaii I n flipped In Bliss and l.mie Iked I'nreiilg in fully. Davis I- i Splendid stnp nt't 'hitman's . in.let ami threw Mill hews mit h.e. Will, the bases Btilll ?ie d ?!uyle hit a line drive it jtei for a home run. With a hi", lead against lin n i inn fought hard ami earn* tt ith two more seme- h ? third inning . Bliss walked nil, lifter failing In bitiit, | ile.l ..nl in liirby. Ulis-, stoli'i nml and third while McNnlly med. Siilninnu also missed I eo hm Kirby failed In luii.ll jtlit' limd strike and Ulis- scored. I in-ker then den bled id cuiitor piiiriiig Sohiiiioii. Sioi.iegn made jhvii more scores for gooil iiieiiH , oiie coming in the sixlh ami nufh, w hile Norton put allot In runner across in the eighth; I'ol ?i"\i:t;.\ ??tri Alt It II il A K i o i) Ivn'l.v 'i'oiaiii NOllTON i Hi . Stilly' ,|. >"l"lliiill. Hi i kcr, .1 .in lllll.l'lnll, t,s I: flri, ii, ir .'. n o Iii o I o n n ij Alt It II l'<> A I. ?J *J ii I :! ii ,i ii I 'il i'i? i l i o n :: i n lo o (i l o I ii o (i i ii u i a a i o i a a ii i ii ii ?-? n o i ii. . hit; Klrliy and McXnlly "' i llit'r lly SotoillOII. Molen hutoa?Sltllniaii, Cloonaii, I'ol. , M.'Niilly, ItpsH, i. I i" base lilts?Tuekcr. Iltiiiiu rnii??I ioyle. Iioiiblo idtiyii MathowK to Whiger. "?Hi.i hillr, nil Coin,-J: ???Her, a. tin by pitcher?liliss and .Inokson by ill t oj I,-1,ml I'nlly hy i lolier, struck out by Trait*, to; by ?'oller. I. w ild pitch? (tr.ift, a. ? ni|.iie .Mr Weckstcin iNNiNus i i a i n ii ; s u i; n B wie?? li n n ihm i ii \ ; 3 "'inn.I 0 'A 0 00.0 I o i i ;! Big Stniie (lap is. Keokee, Keokee, alter losing eight Iraighl nanies, came hack strong asl Saturday ami conquered l?g >lone(.lapon Ihe Keokee grounds ?y a score nl i 1 lit ?. Kelly 'itched a good game, bill his support was bad when men wore on bases. The features of the yajne w a s Morion's lioiiio run iyilli three men on bases imfl lh" pitching o f KilliaUj w ho Ii e I tl t Ii n Big Stone Gap teatii :it his mercy up until the eighth inning. Only two halls were hit to the outfield. inn im;s i a -i i,-, b j ft 6 it it K licokco :'. it ?.' n ii no I x ii t:t :i r.i" sinn?iin|i 1111110110:1 tin it .*, Italien.-, ? Kill inn. Turner ami llntclicr. Kolly ami Kiiglubcrl. SI VNDINC1 ill I.I Mil I! W I Ivi-okec, .. .ns -l-Js Iii? si.itup a ?! Uno New Highway Cross Mountain Road From Rojjersville lo Joncsville, Va.. Approved. Rogersvillc, Tonn., Auk. ? The cross mohntain mail lend ing from RogoraVillu, Tenn., ami Johosvilie, Va.. by Way of tattle War (lap, Kilison, Kyle's Ford, Itlackwuier ami Hunter's flap have heeu approvoil by the \ irginiti ami I'ennessee High? way. Commissions. A deloga nun of the Virginia ami Ten? nessee A .-social ion hail a con? ference with tin- Virginia high? way commissioner at. Big Stone (lap recently when i hey were assured the support of the coin mission on the now present classification rotul from Jones, ville In i he Tennessee line which cu ries a niuclidaut constructed mail mittle by the stale ami county aiil maintained hy the county. Comtnissionnr \V. T. Tester man. of the i'ennessee 11 ighwuy ('muinission, has just given as? surance that the Tennessee Highway Commission will ap? prove the government limit ami government maintained rotul from Rogers ville to the Virgin? ia line through the counties of Hawkins ami Hancock. This carries a two third support pro? vision from the state ami fed oral government with ono third from each of the two counties through which the roa.l passes. Hawkins county passes an ap? propriation to meet the federal aiil project, through Hawkins county. Hancock county has just recently appropriated $25, nun for the live miles of grade ami in nige across (J?lich River at Kyle's Ford. In addition to the mail from liogersville to Jonosvillo, Mr. rcstcrinuii gives assurance that the Tennessee Highway Coin mission will construct a gnv. urnmunt aiil ami maintain the nighway lending from Rogers ville to Grooneville by way of Sn.ihl ami Romeo', ibis will make complete the cross moun? tain highway out of Kentucky by way of Pound Gap, Norton, Appalnchin, l?g Stone (lap, I'cuuiugton (lap, Johosvilie, Rogorsvillu, Oret.ville, New? port anil Ashovillo into tlio Car? olinas. Not only the Greene villu route from Kogursvillo to Ashuville is assured hut also the Keil Bridge Kerry Point into the Memphis Br.istol Highway lending across Russell ville ami Morristowu has been approved Morristown thus becomes the lower gateway to the great mountain route ami Qreeuoville the upper. This complete project from Kogeisville in Jonosvillo will open up direct mutes fur all the soul hern cities of Charleston, Bohimbin, Spurtaubiirg, Ashe ville, Atlanta, Birmingham, i'hat lanoogn ami Kunxville into tin- Southwest Virginia ami Kentucky C?al fields. Not less that) six railroads in the last '..'.'> years have seen lit, to tap these rich coal deposits and now it is recognized tiiat modern high? ways are none the less impor? tant. Some people are always seen, always beard, and never re? membered. Mr. Harding is from Ohio, Mr. Cox is from Ohio, the pro? hibitionists have nominated a gentleman from Ohio, ami there are otill a few eligible:, left in Ohio'r Annual Reunion Of Eightieth Division to Be Held in Richmond, Septem? ber Ith. 5th and 6th. Every del nil f"r ihn holding of the lirst nnmial reunion of the Eightieth I Itln.- Itidge) Hi vision nl itichinnnd on Septem* her Ith, 6th and Olli was coin pleted at the executive commit? tee meetiUK in Mib convention city Into last week, ami the va? rious sub-committees now have hogim nctive work on the do tails of the big program uinl in perfecting arrangements for the adequate boarding ami housing of the eight thousand veterans ami friend* who will attend. Reservations already tire be? ing made in large numbers and are home; listed by Ihe reunion committee at Iticlimdnd, while a card index will he aVaiablo to all visitors immediately upon their arrival. 'Ihe same plan is being following in caring for the many parties of motorists who have indicated they will attend and a veteran caterer bus been seemed to provide meals for visitors at prices far hciiow city figures. The system used by tile lied t 'ross in France will he f olio we.I dm ton t lie con? vent ion. Richmond and I'elersburg people, who entertained Eigh t iotll I dvlsioh tuen i n their homes while the division was; training at Camp I.e... have op-1 eneil their do.ms a^ain, express? ing i he hope t ha I their former I guctits again will he with them. I A '"Salute and Itiilb" iiioova-1 lion during the reunion will be followed, all veterans to bo giv en a lift by motorists by saint ingi And the week of August 1 1-21 has been designated ??Wrii'ht Voiir Buddy W'.'ek," during which period old puls are expected lo communicate with each other ami arrange for the reunions of small groups, which lire to be a feature of the Eightieth's hie; assembly. As definitely decided upon by the executive committee, the program called for the opening meeting Saturday morning, with the group reiinions, picnic ami festival nt Uainp Lee tlmt after noon ami ovouihgi Memorial services in all churches will tie held Sunday morning, and that afternoon the hip; service at the City Auditorium will he held. Monday morning the short pa? rade is scheduled, ending at the Uity Auditorium where the bus iHess of permanent Organisation of the association will he coin pleted. Thai even the big bail and reception at the Orav'a Ar? mory w ill bring the reunion to a close. There w ill be continu? ous showing of the ollicial Eightieth Division motion pic* lures, depicting the men in tic lion in France, and displays of the War Department photo? graphs, as well as photos id the various units of the division. Flags used by the units in France also are to in. reassem? bled for tlio celebrat ion at Rich? mond. Suffocates in Slack Bin at Josephine. Tom .Mason, a young man who recently came from near Big Stone (lap to Josephine to work on Dial operation, was found dead in the stack bin at that place Wednesday morning. It Beams that ho had not. boon missed, und the slack men were greatly surprised to see his body slide mil of the chute along with tile slack they wen loading to take to the coke ov? ens. It is thought that he was blinded hy the dust in the bin and not being able to lind his way out, was soon nil Mica ted.? Crawford's Weekly. A number of farm organiza? tions are figuring on a coopera? tive plan of marketing their products throughout the United States, with a view to eliminat? ing the middleman and reduc? ing the cost to the consumer. That sounds bully?but we hope it reaches the point where eat? ing is equally bully. Noted Aviator Lands in Bijj Stone Gap From Knoxvillc on Way to Kddio Stinson, a noted avia? tor of Sao Antonio, Texas, and wife landed in Big Stone liap last Thursday evening and j spent the night bore on their way from Kuoxvillo to Blue Held in their Curtiss airplano. It had not been their intention of stopping here, hut they ran into a rain Florin near Norton and thought it best to return here and spend the night for fear tln-y might he forced 'town before they reached their desti? nation. They landed safely in the Stewart Hold above Kast Stone (lap, and left for Mile Held Krhluy morning, where they made exhibition llights on Krulay and Saturday. Mr. Stinson, who is one of the best Myers in t Ins count r> ?.repre? sents the Chattanooga Automo? bile Company ami has sold a number of planes recently in towns in Hits section lie sold one in Middleshoro, twont I'nu ville, one at Ta/.owell and one at Jellico, and expects to sell one at Bluetiuld hi bis trip there. Mr. Stinson was delighted with Big Stone flap ami said hefoie he left that it was his in tcutinns lo return here in a lew days lo see il I.ild ant in? terest soi.no in the purchase of one of Ills planes, lie said that l?g Stone Cap should have a permanent aviation tiold ami that it the town would provide such a place WO would lind thai aviators would freipiohltt stop here and il would be a lug acverlisuuieut for the town, that aviation liehls were now being provided in nearly all towns ol importance in the country. This is a mailer tin Young Men's ('luh might tnke up ami discuss at some of Us meetings. In compliance with a reipnisi of W. 11. Wren, ol Hie Mineral Motor Company, Mr. Stinson gave an airplane exhibition ov? er the Cap hot Ore leavnig here, His looping tile loop ami nose spins ami Hying up side down was very thrilling and Wits' witnessed by a large number of people. W bile in the Cap Mr. ami Mrs. Stinson were guests at the Monte Vista Hotel. l)nit liar Dance. on last h'riday night, August sixth, the boys of Ihiuhar gave their second enjoyable dance in the school building lit I'unbar, from nine o'clock p. in. to three thirty a. in. The music for dancing was furnished by the Non.ni orches? tra, which was stationed in the halt bet ween the two rooms used for i he dance. These rooms WorO attractively decorated by streamers of crepe paper. The colors, grotui and while, Used in one room and red and green in the other. During the iiiti rinission an abundance of ham, pimento and cheese sandwiches, pickles ami hol Collen Were served to all the guests present. Iced lemonade was served all during the ovuu ing bet ween dances. Slipl. and Mrs. K. A. Coinptiin, Br. ami Mrs. .1. C. Bt-ntly, Mr. ami Mr* \V. U. Neal were the excellent chaperoues, who together with the committee: T. I. Ailains, b\ 1'. Thompson ami t\ K Sln iblan, assisted all the guests' in meeting each other ami help ed make the dance a suci ???-. In spite of the inclemency oi the weather, there was a go.ui crowd there from Wise, Norton and other surrounding towns, Those from the < lap who motor Oil up lato Krida) tifternooh were: Misses Juliet Bade) ami Hons Warner; Mi ssis Kreil Troj ami Rescue Wall/., who were guests of Supt. ami Mrs. B. A Coiuploii. Mrs. Mary Kord has as her guest, from l?g Sinne Cap, Miss Kranees Scott, who was a class male of hers al Martha Wash? ington College last session. Miss Kord w ilt entertain in hon? or of Miss Scuti at the Kord homo on Highland Avenue Kri I day night.?Crawford's Week? ly, Norton. Blucficld. Census of Scott and Lee Gives Count ol Each District as Well as That of Incor? porated Places. The census of both Scott anil I.counties has boon announc? ed by tlio census bureau, giving 24,77.0 Id tho former und 25,2(1.'! inhabitants to the other. The report also includes the counts shown in the various districts and incorporated placed in the' counties. The population of Jonosvillc is shown to he 1,320 and that of (litte t'ity fiSl. The complete census report for the two counties is as fol? low - Scott county, 2-1,770: Districts: DeKalb, I,!i7t?; Katilleville, in ? ?liming i lute i n> . 5,Stil; Floyd, Duugaiiuoii, 2,155; Knlkerson, J.'' 15; Johnson, including Nick, elsyille, 2,077; Powell, 3.02:1; Jnv.lor, including i'linchpin i ttiu'l |)ulliuid, ?.,.*.7>'.. 1 UCOrporatcd places: Uliiichport, 220; Dulliutd, 120; Dnnguu.i, 255; Uatb Oily, 081; Nil kelsv ill.-. J| I Lee county, 25,2113. District's: .Imii ?vllio, including Julies ville, 5,200; Kock) Stntion, in. chiding t'enuiiigioii (lap ami ?Si. fhorhs, 7,100; K-.se Hill, I,. .M s Wlute sii,,als, ; 150; Vokuni Station, l,.V>.l. I liooi poruicil places: Joiicsviilf, 1320; I'enhiugton I hip S III; Si. t.'liarles, IllO. TRIAL OF FREEMAN 10 BE AU0USI TWELFTH . ?; 1 Quick Action of Court in Case ol Appalachia Wan Charged With Wurdet. Appalachia, Vn , Aug; 0 The trial ol Floyd Freeman, an Ap paltichia restaurant keeper ami ex policeman, who is being held .il tin- comity jail at Wise Charged with brutally murder ing Willie Brudsliiiw, a young woman w ith whom ho had ho come enamored, at her homo lo re July 251 has been set' for August 12, Judge II. A. W. Skeeu having ordered a special gi and jury and iinuoilucedlh.il ill other business before the court would lie set aside Oil that' dllte. Both F.man atid ?. 10. Mc Ktroy waived preliminary le-nr illg and are being held without bond. It was lirsl thought that YlcjClroy ha i been brought into ihe ctiao inuucontily by reason of Freeman having lured his car, oiii I,tier reports, apparently au? thentic, have ii mat the two men hail previously worked to? gether in transporting liquor ami thai when Freeman at? tempted escape after killing the Brad-haw w mum, MclClroy ran out ol gasoline .mil secreted I1'reel.i.in al a point in at Norton while he went to a garage lo get a supply . This is the second case from Appalachia in the past four yours to demand quick nclioii of the courts. The other case heilig tli.it ol .Milton '? Balte" Malloy, a negro, for ut templed assault on some small while girls Mallov was con? victed ami electrocuted at Rich? mond in less that sixty days. Good Work Lieutenant - Colonel Butler and Miss Thornhill Create Splendid Impression at the Summer Schools. Richmond ,Vn., Aug. <?.?Tre? mendous interest has been cre? ated among teachers attending several of the summer schools ill progress 11irOUg limit I he state by lectures given ami demon stration work done by ah oral hygiene unit of the United States Public Health Service which has been visiting the summer schools at the instance of Virginia health authorities. These unit,which is composed of Lieutonunt-Colonul Harry It. Butler, I). It. 0., ami S?ss Thornhill. oral livgiotlist, began its Virginia work with a series of lectures ami deiminstrations. at the University of Virgim i summer school July ?'? I", going lliohsu to the Petersburg Nor mat and Industrial Institute for several days" work among the colored teachers. Knun July I'.' to the -Jlth Hie unit was engag? ed at llarrisonhiirg ami the work is being closed this week with several days at KVederickH hurg Normal. Such an excellent impression has been made by these earnest advocates of careful attention to the teeth of the children that V irginia health workers will endeavor to secure a return en? gagement of this unit for the comnig winter. The Modern Woodmen of lli)j Tlie Modern Woodmen Camp No t'i|3fl, at Big St.(lap, is taking on renewed life ami in? terest. A special called meet ing was heal lust Thursday night, August .'ah, at which tune very important and timely business was transacted. Now that the great World war is over, ami the populace is gradually resuming its several peaceful occupations again, the thoughts of men naturally re? vert to the good old time of the prewar days, when the local Woodmen held their regiilur camp meetings and developed the social ami fraternal sides of their mittlres. Hi.e the special called meet? ing of the boys of tilg Stone Cap. District Deputy Consul Hardy was present at tin.- moot? ing, und staled he believes Dig Stone (lap Woodmen Camp has bright prospects before it. Tile btlluers of Dig Stone Cap camp are.W. 'I'. Qoodloe, consul; J. K. Body, advisor; Ceo 1,. Taylor, clerk ; I.C. Taylor, hanker; D. C. Wolfe, escort; P. II. Barron, watchman, ami II. II. Shimp, sentry. Notice of future meet? ings will he given in the col? umns of (his ptiper. Tin nretically the presidency is a gift of the people, hill prac? tically the groat mass of them have bin litite voice in its be? stowal, Tim bosses are still in the saddle, although the girths are becoming weakened. Kvon the most hardened old reprobate may be expected to repent in time?when ho gets caught. Stone dap. Heal Your Kidneys h you s?ller from Backache. Khettmatism, Swell jpg of the Ankh s. Inllammation of the Bladder, Uric Acid?use ?'IT'S FOR BACKACHE." h will remove the poisons from your system. It will take the "Kink" <>ut of your hack. It will restore a "run down'' \ u in to a healthy condition. IS A BLESSING lor those who sutler from Kidney and Bladder troubles, l ut out this NOTICE. Take it :it once to your Druggist tnd get a bottle of this WONDERFUL REMEDY. is rei pmmonded by all those who know it, and can be pro? cured at most Drug Stoics. II your Druggist is not yet supplied, !m will gladly get it for you.