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Irl 1,5? ' Pit; You wont to or sure yonr Films arc FRESH. ?A'! ml Q disappointment to Lake d picture ami then nnve i^ not "develop." Wo do n big photo supply business; that's why OUR goods nrc fresh. Making and keeping pictures oi"(iie trip" and of the children will he a joy in aller life. Now is the time to buy a kodak. Kelly Drug Company O/ic ^/?cxa// Store RIG STONE CAP. VIRGINIA iiii?iL.ni??'ininnra-nan?--- ?? 11 ~" it J LOCJAL ITEMS. I ii i. ski-.-u ,k i ion I t lie m?;. i-inl with tier anil parents i Muli.iw I;, Toini. r I,. Sparktiinn return t Ills V. eels iii Mil 'i \ l-ll |<i her itiiiir, vV, V. li'iiri.Hiviirtii, ;n llbsville, X. O. I! I Wiiii, nf I.yiuililMir^j I ii pyi'i :il tin) Hint lie > lap i n- ivt'i-k m t In' home ill hin Jiroilicr, \V. II. Wren. limy |i 111 ;i nun I n, of Knux ; i llt t wn il.i v s in t In- (i;i p ? I; willi frii'inls. Urn Mur^iir?! llolV relurnod .hin lll.illlllio Iii.Ill ii I'ljVV I! iyh vi nt tu Louisville Mr If ?l tu Thompson Marks ) im m il Sniiihiy iiijilli I ruin a I i iii itiths' visit to rohili vifH in im .-.tit i;iil Texlinn tpisnliiie ? it .1 A Moms' Kuril}!!! now ill ? I "i gallon.--ail v. i I .m ill' WilHOli, nt Itlue tif I. Ins In-ill ii) i, i ii 11 nt4 Hirii hi'iiI .:i l In' t Jap visii.ini; M i s. 'His Milliner. Mii II, I, ii i \,.\ Collins, nf ii spend inn tliiH week in tlili tinji ivitli lior Histor?, M isses ''? "ii'.i.i ninl Louise I lox. ili mi Thrlni.'i Kennedy itinl Ann . ISiid spent last week in Ihiuliur visiiing llihir aunt, II I A f.iinpliin. 'I'll? ?> ill. il ' In' diiiicii I hero Kriilay it 114111. Walter Nirl.i-ls, wliti is depot ??etil nt liniihar spent Sunday Hi llii i i ip wn Ii Innin-l nlks. .Sally A. I'.ailev spent, siiiiiIiij hour I'lMtiiinjjloii (lap iiiiij; Mrs, .1. I.. I'arsolis. MrS, .1.iin.s Vonry, (lliin Mis;; Delhi 1'iirsiiiih), li-fi Mnnijay nielli for l.iilll.svilli-, where Hill! ?Hi undergo mi nporntiiiti in hu I iIm luisjiitiilH. Little Miss Amin Scott Tax dor, li-itiv lliiii(r|tliir ol Mr. anil Mrs. i. Taylor, who linn huoii ?i?k with senrlol Cover for seV "ful .lay I. is rapidly iRiiiioviujj 'tad will kooii in; mil of i|ii.iran Miiiii Mrs. .1 (!. Crowi'll. of Bristol, ?tni visitor, Mrs. Wilenx, of I' 11 nnoulh, \' a., rnliirnnil Kri 'laj in UriHlulunftor spending a lew iltiy h in iln- Unp with 1 ' ...I-.' I to tit Mrs Crowd) anil Mrs \\ i|?ox forinnrly lived in tliMUap. Mr. ami Mrs. 0) ril Charles, of 'iii'innati, Mrs! Harold I'M i-I-. "I Sloncgn, luivn been "I niling a low ilaya in the < lap i:.its nf their Dialer. Mrs. J. A. 'n..k..r. Mr. ami Mrs. Kd. Mouaor and '' 'ii:;liti'r, Miss Siirnh, returned l'hiirti?iij Lu their homo in 8par hnilnirg, S. C, after a two ?'?-' visit io Mr. and Mrs. "'< i ? Moiiser, in Ihn t lap. MiSH I'Vanci-h Scott spent 80V "rid days at Norton the past week visiting Misss Mary Ford. Mrs \V. S. Beverly roturiiml Thursday night frtnn Aliingdou whore ?litt hau linen taking I real men t at the George Hen .lohnstou Memorinl Hospital. .Iidin Ii. (liiiy hah accepted n position with the Stnnogn Coke I ami CoorCoiupuiiy al Stuncgu. Arthur fJrnwford, of Cooburn, (spent dlie week end h?re with friends'. Mrs, 10 id moll no Perry, of (late llil> , is visiting her sister, Mrs. (ti I.. Perry, in the < lap. M-t s Myrtle Wolfe, of Wash ingtoii, I), t'., is speuilihg her vacation in ihn ilap with her parent:., Mr. ami Mrs. 1). C Wolffi. Mr- U K Wolfe ami guest, Miss N'eha Lyniau, ha ve return eil to t heir hniiin al Wilder, uf. ler spending several weeks ill the flap with Mrs. Wolfe's pa? rents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Miss l.aiina Mans, of Keokee, is visiting Misses Myrtle ami Mattie Nickels ill (he (lap this week. Miss Kuln Tackelt spent the week elfI with homefolks at Pitithiiigton i lap. Henderson llorsley spent Sun day afternoon in Appalachia. Mrs W. II Wren ami two children are i. isiting relatives in ? t 'Inllm w in this week. Mrs Katie Lindsay, of Knox ville, is visitllig her mother, Mrs. Laura Hick ley, i n i he i lap. .Mr. and Mrs. I'. II. Oralinin lel i Moiiday inoruing for Jones ville, w here I hey will spend several tinym visiting Mr. Grit hum's patents. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Ague und children left Saturday night for their home in Groonsburg, Pa., after a visit to relatives 111 Hig Sloiie (lap. Mrs ,1. II. Pierpoiit ami chil? dren returned tuet week from an exlondcd visit to relatives at Beoniaii Springs. (i. ,1. Pier pent, Mrs. Pierpont's father in law accompanied them home ami will spend some lime here. Mrs A. II. Boeder, of Wash ingtoti Oily, arrived in the (lap last week anil will Hpeml this month hero. Mrs. B. A Ingle and little son, Bobby, of Hazard, Ky., arrived in tin- (Jap PYidny to spend sev? eral weeks with Mrs. Ingle's parents, Dr. and .Mrs. W. A. Baker. It. L. I'orry has returned to the George Ben Johnston Me? morial Hospital at Abingdou where he is taking treatment. Mrs. Wayne B. Wright is upending this week with her husband in Louisville. Mrs. Vilas Wells and Mrs. W. L. Jones left Thursday night fur Louisville to visit friends. BUY A LOT.?Then buuild a house on the installment plan. .See W. (i. Colitis. ?tlllv. Miss Beutali Atehley returned Sunday night after spending her vacation in Knoxvillo and Atlanta with relatives and friends. Mrs. \V. P. Baker. Frank Baker, Mrs. .1 M. Bolter. MisR Bertha Maluilley,Lloyd Mnhnf fey, Giluier Belter and Kugeno Stewart compose a party from this plnci ciiinpiug on Ihn llol ston Itiver in Scott county ihis week. Mrs. George N. Lewis is visit ing relativ, s ami friends in Ala? bama. Dr. \V. t i. I'.iint>.i spent last Week III IticllinOUll oil prof.'S. Btontil business. Dr. T. P Slabv. ol Bristol, spout Thiirsdit) night in the (lap. ' FOB SALK.? 1 re,.in house; 3 halls and hath; 2 rooms in basement -.large ham ami sun ike I house; '1 lots; gooil neighbor hood;one block from Methodist church. Price. j:i,.".oo ?SodW.'.Q. Colitis ?adv. Mrs. .1. \V. Haul and little ? laughter, of Bristol, are guests of Mrs. ?nut's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. .1. I'. \V.,|fe in the (lap this Week . The Mothers- t'luh, of Platt :;, will give an ice crctim supper al the home ..f Mrs. .1 M. I'.less, inn, Saturday evening, August II at 8 p in Mrs. llarvy Brown returned Monday from a week's visit ??? her grandparents at Mohawk, 'I'euii, ti. Iv Graham, of Bristol, I spent the week end with Mi ami Mrs. Ii. N. Kuighi oiiroute In his h?hle III .loiiesville,where he will spent! his vacation. i \V. s. Boso left Friday morn ing fur Marion, t ihm, where ho goes in hour Candidate 11 tint ing make an address. .1. II farter, of Gate City, is spending several days at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Win. Bray, in Die (tap this week. Miss lia/.el h'hlonor, who has beeil working in I he olllccof the Western Union Telegraph Com? pany at Norfolk, has returned to her home in the (lap, where she has resumed her former po? sition in the Western Union of? fice here. Miss Lucy Maury left hist week for Birmingham, Ala., where she will speiid some time visiting relatives ami friends. S. W. Wax I.-ft mi Monday morning for a ten days' stay at Craig's healing springs in Dick enson county Miss Miriam Taylor ami broth er.^'j times, won I to Pittsburg, I'll., last week, where they Will spend a couph- of weeks visit inn their sister, .Mrs. A Sexton. (?Iis Vaughn went to Spar tlinblirg last week where he will spend a week or two visit? ing relatives ami return with Mrs. Vaughn, who has boeii visiting in thai city for some lime. Miss Georgia Cox returned hist week from a few days visit to friends ami reJlitivoH near K mix ville. Paul I.. Harmon, traveling electrician for the Union Tan? ning Company, is spending a few days at t ?1*1 Port, N. C, with bis parent.-. A. j. Blair, of Ava, Uoilglna countyi .Missouri, is spending some tune in the Gap and in Kentucky . Mr. Blair is ^i for? mer resident of Big Stone t lap having lived here over _';'t years ago. He reports crops good in the west, hut says a drouth is now mi in his country, He has just disposed of his interest in a bank in his town ami is pros pooling for some coal'.land in jHarlanil county, Ky. j The P. I). C. will meet today (Wednesday) at three o'clock with Mrs. Sally A. Bailey. Kv ery member is Urged to be pres? ent as this is the regular time for the election of new olficors for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. It, B. Alsover and two children, Miss Bvhlyn, and Master Bohert returned on Friday from Louisville, where they have been spending the past three weeks al the Beel hack hotel on account of the illness of MisH Bvelyn. Misses Kathleen ami M or tie Morgan left Saturday for Appo. mattox, where they will spend their'vacation of ten days. N't ?TICK.?Any one wanting house built on the installment plan, i'i years to pay, see W. G. Coutts.?adv. Dr. nntl Mrs. H. Ii. Nan* and children, of Knoxville, arrived in ilie (; up lust Saturday night in their new Dodge Bed an nil n visit to Mrs. Nutl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willis. MrH. Harry Lniixmnn (nee Miss Uuth .tones), of Kansas City, Mo., who arrived in the Ghip last Tuesday to spend n mouth visiting her paronl , Mr mid .Mrs. ti l'". Jones, was call ed Saturday by lelenrnin to Chuuutc, Kaunas,"on account of the serious illness of her bus build, who inteniled to join her here in the li.ip in two weeks. Misses Janet Bailey mid eons, ins, Mure;nret and Uuth Burron, retIIrued this week from Knox? ville, where they have beeil the guests of friends und relatives [or over two weeks. While there IheV were the quests nf honor at four beautifully planned parties lint a number of dinner parties at Whittle Springs and p'tlier places, accounts <>f which ap? pealed in the society page <>l tin' Knoxville papers froiii lihio to time. B AUG A IN. r. room cpttnKol with hath and electric lights; also half acre with small house one block from b'htnury'a meat I market. Ueal bargain if taken at once. See W (i. Colitis.? adv. Allie Kreier, of Ahingdon, I spent several days in tin' tiap I hist week . W. K. Crtrulhers, goner il mini. Ilger .'I the falter Opal I'nliipn ny, wife and children, of Coal wood] VV. \ a . w ere visiting at the home of Mr.'ami Mi s W.T. Allniau, in the tiap. lliis week Announciinioul has I.n made that Miss Klorltio I Icnilcrsnu, "I Uichnlonil,who has boon public, ity agent for the l'nited Sinti s public health service, has been grunted the distinction due to ellictency in her Work, ol coii 11 tie ting a tour of education through the slate lusting about ten diiys. She will go tu (tig Stone tiap, which will he Inn first objective along sociologi? cal hues. ?Bristol Herald Coll rier. Legal Blanks For Justice of the Peace. We have tin: most complete set nf forms fi>t use by |tisticcH of tin; Peace <d any house in Virginia. < >ur prices are $1.00 per Hundred of an assortment of blanks. Cash with order which can al? ways be filled promptly. Al? ways order by number. I Warrant of Afreal '.' i ''111111111111,-111 to Aiiswci Indictment, t i .-i 1 ill, it,- ill Commitment fur Trial, I Cnniniltiiie.nl until Kills and Coilta are I' .1.1 fi C'oinndtniont for Imprisonment, iS:? r, Itecogiil/Miee'ii|atn \).|.. .il . Warrant Di?iliiir^hif; f.I ill, u|mii AiM-.'.,l. s t;.plaint for I'r.i. i Warrant '.i I'eacu Warrant in Search Warrant, II Warrant in Debt. I J Wai run .n 11 images 1:1 Kxeeutlon II tiiu iilahcii 8'in imam |ii hiiloiiiiiirylug Pond lit Forthcoming llond. 17 A Hi,I n il ftlr Summons in I iilnwh.' Ilelainer, is Siiinmoiia In I uliiwTui Delnlnci P.i Allldavjl I'm llialreas Warrant. ?Jo Dlaticaa Warrant. -.'I Coui|ilaiiit for Attachment ig.iins Iteiuoviiig Debtor. 'Si Attacluiieul Agaiiial Itiiiiioviiig lieht or. vvlth tiariiiabiHi i'ioee.ss Sa Attachment llond. Heed of Conveyance, with eertllieiile Deed ol Thuit, with cert ill, ile Heed nf i.e..M [|omeateail Heed. Declaration in A?hiiiii|mII ?M Declaration In I Mil on I torn I 10 Declaration in Hclil oh ProtiiiRsorj Note. II Declaration in Debt en Xi j.1.1 .Note. 89 Nrtllco of Motion on Xolo II.|,oi Accouut. :t:t Power of Attorney. :tl Notice to take IKijitlstUdllH :>.~t liulictuHsit, Geniiral, lilt Indictment, l.iiptor :iT Commii liouer n Nulled, its Abatract of Judgment lielore lustiic. ;::i Wai raut in I leliniiu. II) Oaruisliee Stiiiiuions .iu.I Judgment 41 Subpoena lor Witiicjwca Vi C??traotaad A?rettiiiiml, Wise Printing Company iiu'flfporak'J J. B. TUCKER Painting and House Wiring Box 43 Big Stone Cap, Va. Who Wants an Imitation ? \Y/OULD you call on your local rner * * chant and ask him for "imitation" sugar, or raisins, or coffee? Would you ask him to sell you a pair of shoes made of something "just as good" as leather? Or a suit of clothes "made for" a man, whether or not it fits you? Get the Genuine International Repairs When you need re? pairs for your 1 11 C Farm Equipment, l>uy the genuine re? pairs. See that this trade-mark appears on each piece. Genuine 1 I I C- repairs arc made from the original patterns?all others are copied from copies. Genuine 1 I 1 C repairs arc made of the same material, have the same finish, fit as accurately, and wear just ns long aa similar parts purchased with the original implement or machine. We arc the Authorized IH C Dealers There is otic certain and infallible way to secure genuine I H C repairs?buy them from us. And remember that International service, rendered by us, can only be 100 per cent right when International machines are equipped with genuine International rcoairs. HAMBLEN BROTHERS Big Stone Gap, Virginia We Handle Dentil 1 Creams and Tooth Brushes that Encourage Healthful Habits Don't Neglect Your Teeth a Day Every person young and old sKould ac? quire the habit of brushing the teeth daily. Parents can do their children a lifetime favor by encouraging the proper use of the tooth brush until it becomes a regular habit. The best and easiest way to acquire this habit tor both parent and child? i9 to use a tasty dentifrice. We can furnish you with any of the best dental creams, powders or liquids. Also tooth brushes in all styles and,prices. The Mutual Pharmacy BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA Virginia Wholesale Company I neorporateel APPALACHIA, VA. General Line of Groceries and Canned Goods Flour, Meal and Feed \\V carry i lull line ol First Aid Supplies: ? s \ Regulation Stretchers, Rubber Blankets Wool and Cotton Blankets, First Aid Cabinets We operate our own Bakery and can furnish' on short notice BREAD, CAKES AND PIES Fruits and Vegetables in Season Nothing sold at retail. Special attention given mail orders. Bu-ka-cine Its For BACKACHE It will t ike (lie kink out of your buck. Bu-ka-cine will tone Iup the kidneys and stimulate the bladder; to natural action: Your I druggist eaii apply you. BU-KA-CINE COMPANY, Marion, Va. K?r sale in this scclioh by the Mutual Pharmacy, Big Stone Oap,Old Dominion Drug Company, Appalachiu uml the Cute City Pharmacy, Uato City.?adv.