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The Ford Sedan with electric starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3f 2-inch tires nil around, is the ideal family car because of its all-around utility and refined and comfortable equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass windows. An open car in the spring, summer, and early fall. A closed car in inclement weather and winter. For theatre parties, for social visiting, for touring, and for taking the children to school, it is just what you want. Th* low coat of operation and maintenance is not the least of its charms. A regular Ford car, simple in design, strong in con? struction, and durable In ".ervice. Won't you come in ami look it over? ?The. comforUi of an_ckc?'ic car with the economy of the Ford. 4m Mineral Motor Co. In. c. lim skim: mi1, phiNisinoton h,\i\ NORTON and COKHI rn EMORY & HENRY COLLEGE EMORY. VIRGINIA A Standard College lor voting men with line hi \ good equipment and (acuity selected fot teaching ability. Martha Washington College Abhitftlon, Virginia A Standard College for young women, co ordinale with Emory & Henry. Four years standard college work. Emory & Henry Fitting School Emory, Virginia A boarding school (or boys who are ii"i ready fot ( "1 lege iindcr same management as above, For catalog of either school addrci CHA5. C. WEAVER. Emory. Va. The Radford State Normal School Traliu jrpuug wumcu foi leaoblug an,I for oiilturol and t ill. i. in lirlii|i Udthtrti lie* ilre-nomf building*, Kxeollunt ?'>|iil|>iiieiii ami luelllti?-* in ill dc parttneuU. Regular. Normal Beliool Couraea uml eoiinieji Icadlug to dcgrecM Kris state Sobolaithlp. Kor catalog ami lull Information write JOHN PRHSTON McCONNl.t.l., Prrdilenl, East Rndfnrd, Va. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL FOR WOMEN FAHMVILLE, VIHOINIA KSTAltl.lSIIKII _.1 Ii .1 AI? M A \ IVc-sidonl Thirty seventh acision o|Miii Sojitenilicr 1Mb, 1880 rw?-ynar prnfi.mil courses, lour year collegu course Modcruto expense I'nr l aialmu;.-. address THE REOTSTRAR, STATU NOKMAI. SCHOOL I up WOMEN, Fhrmvlllo. Vlrglnfn South-West Insurance Agency I ncorpol-ntod Fire, Life, Accident andCasuality In] surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Retil Estate anil Commission Brokors; itlO STUN Ii ?AI?, VA. Bu-ka-cine Its For BACKACHE It will take the kink out of your back, lin-ku-ciuc. will i. up the kidneys und Htituulutc the bladder |o natural action. You'r druggist eun supply you. BU-KA-CINE COMPANY. Marion, Va. K?r tule in thi- section by the Mutual I'li.innaev, Itig St.? Cap,oh! Dominion Drug Company, App.ihichhi ami Hie (late City Pharmacy, Oate * lily.?adv. Apalacliia Items Misee? (Stale nod Faith Ber Kit ii urn HnumUiiK their vaca? tion hero with their fotiter ninth, erl Miss Kllen Hernien. MisH Ktaie has jiiHt recently ?ru<limt ed from h training nchool for nurneH ut Kuoxvillo, while Minn Kaith in home from her duties lit a vocational Bchool at Pouter Kall?, Ya., to which nlaeo ehe will return again iu the eurly full. Master Kohert* Collier, of Khzabethtou, Toon., is viwitiriK hin little friende here for sever? al days. Mr. and Mrs. i. P. licudricku were business vieitom to Norton Saturday. 11 ur?ltl I i i ay BOII, who had boon employed in the storo of Sands ami Company horn lot some tune, loft Ilm pnsl week foi ChUltiinoogu, whore ho hits decupled a position with the same pooplo. Young Clay latino, who had been in a Baltimore Hospital for several mootliH, whore lie was treated and nporated on for alllioted limbs, ban returned in bin father's house here inucbly boneftttod. Mrs Qene Armstrongs who has been away for n visit to relatives in Chattanooga and I points in Georgin has returned to her home here j A small son of Tom Williams was thrown to the ground and run over by a n automobile which was being driven on Main street Saturday afternoon. I Ii.' driver, whose name win failed In learn is said In have been entirely blameless. It sqmihh Ilm lad in an tilfori in iri'i .nit nl ihn way of another ear, ran in front of tin* mir which struck him. Mis injuries are sanl to nut he of a serious na? ture. Miss Kdilh rtoucll ami .Mr. I >.i\ nl W illiams went to W ise ami were ipiictly tuarrieil at the Colonial Hotel, the home of Uev. an.I Mrs K. A. Swindell, sister a a.I brother in law of the bride, last Wednesday aftei noon. Mr. Sivindiill performed the ceremony in the presence of a fow friends. The young couple will in ike ibeir homo in Appal.i.'Ina I'll.'ii friends hero wish them much wedded bliss. Mr ami Mrs I! K. Ill.iek left Monday for llrislnl, where (hey took their sin ill sou, ll llph, to he operated ohj for an alllictod foot, caused by iuilucuz-i. The liiiby s in ul Mr. and Mrs. I>. A Manuel, who have an apartment at th- Mission Hall, is improving after being sick for several v\ ooUh. Miss Berglen and two adopt ed daughters, left tnday for their new home at Kormil, Seoii county, for a few days' visit. Miss l-'airy Thomas, who has beeil very ill i* improving, as is also her sinter, Mis. llorcliel Long, v. ho has hcen ipiite sick. Mr and Mrs. C K. Mainous and Young ilaiinliler, nre hav? ing a splendid vacation trip to New York, at points hit the (?'real Hake ami at several towns over in Canada, includ? ing (htaw a. Many of our citizens were, in attendance til court at Wise last week. Several went as witness. CS in the can s ?hieb Were tiled l here. It is said that a case of influ? enza was I..polled at Hotel Houston the past w.ek A traveling hum was the patient, Industrial Enterprises Formation and Operation of Many Given in Manufactur? ers' Record. Hal: iniore. Aug. ti - The for? mation and the operations of a number ol large and important industrial enterprises in the south are detailed in the Man? ufacturers' lb-cord of ihn our. rem week, according to the weekly summary of building and industrial activities. A $1, lurpentine and rosin cor-1 pnrnlion lias been formed ill] Missit uppi tor the ma ml fact u re I of turpentine, rosin, oil, etc., from .lumps, knots and other1 pi,..'nets W ooden products for the K tsliuun Kodak Company will bo manufactured by a $1, 000,000 corporation formed for operations at Kingsport, Teno. In a Florida town a lutnbor mill will bo erected with a daily ca? pacity of 150,000 feet, the cost, with equipment, to be t?l,000,000; a 25 mile railroad will be con? structed and 42,000 uures of tim? ber land developed, A large mill for the manufacture of staves will bo built hi a Louis? iana town, and in the vicinity of Mobile, Ala., a$600,000 hard? wood company bus been organ? ized to build a big venour plant. A veneer and package com puny at Brunswick, Ua., in? creases its capital from $169,000 to $500,000 for the purpose of extending l t s manufacturing anil distributing facilities. In Baltimore a limber corpor it i.>ii has been formed with $.1,300,000 capital. A ?1,000,000 Portland Cement Company is being organized in Blacksburg, S. C, where it is planned to erect u plant. At Beaumont, Texas, a com puny manufacturing well <li til? ing machinery will erect a pat? tern shop, foundry building und other structures, and manufac? ture hydraulic drilling machin? ery, oil, water ami giis well sup? plies. This c?liipuil) r<.lllly increased its capital I nun $225, 000, to 5700,11110. A cotton manufacturing coin puny at Albeiliiirle, N C., 111 creuses iis capital from $500 OUti to $,1,000,000. At High I'liinl, N. <'., textile mills h.ne heeli formeil with $260,000 capital; Carbon and gasoline uhs>o|l lion plants will he eroded 01 .1 Louisiana town by a newly i?r ganizod company At Kon Smith, Ark., an oil ri lining company, formed with $200,000 capital,will make improvements to its plant. A }; 1,500,000 company has been organized at Memphis for the purpose of improving river transportation facilities be? tween that city and St. Louis and hot ween Memphis and New (>t leans. A $1,060,006 hotel is under consideration at AsheVille, N. 1'. Morganiown, W. Vu , is to have a new hank and ollice building costing $425,000. A $260^600 church building will lib erected at Tu I so, Ok In., ami nt New Or? leans, La., a $200,060.acetylene plant will he built. Radford Nor? mal Notes The contract bus I.n made by ihn Nuiiiiul School with the Bulaski Sinne Company for the erection of an artistic sloue fence on the west side of the Normal School grounds, facing Tylor Avenue. This fence will he completed in the early fall. Three spacious entrances will he erected,one opposite the pub? lic sqtlur?, the others opposite the administration building und the dormitory. The I'ocnhoiltns and Ingles Literary Societies will euch mid much to the equipment of their society hulls, beginning with tin- new session in September. ISuoll society has Known hull ill tin- administration building, j specialty dedicated to the use 1 of that society. The societies are very active in all the inter? ests mid activities of the insti? tution Before the opening of the regular Bession in September, 11 number of mod ideations and improvements will he made in the dining room and kitchen, and much additional equipment ! will he installed. The last General Assembly made liberal provision for Ihn full equipment of the laundry with the most modern ntachin or) ami labor saving devices. This equipment and machinery will he installed in the spacious laundry building in (he curly fall. .''reeling, Va., Aug. ? ?The people of the west end of the county are blessed with a most, excellent berry crop this year, mostly blackberries. Some whortleberries uro being foil id in the Cumborlande, hut the crop is not normal. Apples are only a partial crop, while pears, and peaches are an entire fail urn. Sonic of the public BChools have been|corhmenced this week and thorn uppears to be a short? age of teachers for the county, which is lather unusual cousid eriug the fact thut for years FREELING there have been touchers to eparo. The prospect for oven on av? erage crop in this section is not I verv encouraging. On account of the wot seasou corn has not been sufficiently worked, while us a further drawback the elec? tric storm of two weeks since did considerable damage to growing crops. Mrs. Kosu P. Moore, of Shel? by Gap, Ky., is attending her sick mother, Airs. Tabillui Phipps, of near here. Kdgur Rs Beverly took charge of tin- public school at Pound, in Wise county on Monday. Noah L. Vnnover visited friends at Shelby Unp, Ky.,on Monde). Mi.sn Italy Bliipps, of Melloh erts, Ky.. ih visiting rolutives near Creeling. John Bond, formerly of this place, hut now nf hnrdme, Ivy , vimied relativen hortt during the week Bandolph Vlinover, of Ta/.e well, Tenn , is visiting relatives near here. Mrs Dulcinea Phipps,nf Isom, won a visitor hero during the week. Gives Car of Coal to Crit ten? don Farm. [ Snpt. ?. .1. (.'reveling, of the Blackw um I Coal ami (Joke Coin paiiy, has donated, through Mrs. M ir> S. Martin, a car of coal tu I lie fjrilteiulon Parin in Fairfax county, Va , which is a Inline for fallen girls. This i- the second car Mr. ('reveling has given, having Shipped line lust fall. ? T hope," lie said, "that tins Coal will nut only warm the ! bodies ..I these unfortunate girls : 'imi will create whin them a desire for belter things.*' ? Crawford's Weekly. The fellow who is must con? vincing in often the one who says nothing, BASF HALL SCHEDULE \VKItNKSi>AY, AI < l I ST Ith Norton ut Kcokee. IliK Stone (Input Slmi.v i SATuitDAY, AXfitSI' hit Norton ai ?tonega Ilig Si out (Japtl Kvniire W BUN ESI) A Y, AliilL'.ST lit 11. Kt-nki'0 &t Noil..a Suinega it Itig Si.mi* i?ap ?ATUIUIAV, AIJUUST IUI. Kfiiti-o at Snmegu. Norton ai Itlg Stone (lap VY Kl 'N'KsDA Y, AUtlUbT ISlli. ItiK Stone (Jap >t Norton Stoiiega at Keoltee. SAT?KUAY, At OUST jim. Ni.i tun ut Kookto tilg Si ineOa|>al Stoncga. \V Kl>.\ K8DA V, .M til'St SStU Keokett at llic, Si one llap Sinne,;* at Noriuu. satUKUA Y. AL'tll st .'-ti. Kcoicee at Nnrt.m. Snxu-gn at lli(. si.me U?p. \\ KUXKHDAY, SKI'i'KMIII: it 1st, N..I Inn ut St?iioga. Illg sum,, (lap al Kinkel FOB SALK ?Lute Flat Dutch and Drum Head Cabbage Plants. 'Phono or write Lind sev Horton.?adv. Treasury Department Office of Comptroller of the Cm reiicy, Washington, I), t'., June ?-!,">, l!)!20, W herons, by satisfactory ovp donee presented to the under? signed, il linn been made to ap? pear that "The First. National Bunk of Hin Stone Cap," in the town of Big Stone Gap, in the county of Wise and state of V irginia, Iiuh complied with all the provisions of the statute- ,,| the United States, required to bo complied with boforo r.n a < socintion shall he authorized t,. commence t |, 0 business of hanking; Now therefore, I, John Skel ton Williams, Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify the. ''The First .National Bunk or Big StonoUup," in the town of Big Stone (lap, in the county of Wiho and slate of Virginia, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided in section fifty one hundred ami sixty nine of the devised Statutes of tho United States. Conversion of The Interstate Finance and Trust Company, Big Stone Oup, Virginia. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of oflico this '26th day of June, 1020. John Sk.ei.ton Williams, Comptroller of the Currency. adv2C-33 Black-Draught "las no equal for headache, sourstomach, lor. pill liver and feverish colds .." declares Mrs. Annie Whilniore ol Gate City, Va. "It is easy id take and docs not Rtlpc, a; a lot of medicines do," she add*. "It is Rood to take in ahot lea for colds, or can be taken in a dry powder. I can't say enough lor Black-Draught and His; sick? ness it has saved us." has been found a valuable liver medicine,in thousands olhom,;. "I l'o not use any other liver medicine," says Mrs. Mary y, Brown, ol Huropa, Miss. "It U splendid for sour Stomach, a bad taste in the mouth or lorjiid liver. 1 keep it all the lime, use it with the children and feel it ?5 has saved us many dollars in o$ doctor bills and many days bed." ? Insist on the genuine- '1 tied- Sb lord's. iJoOOOOOOOOOOO?QOOOODtlOQOni 5oooo33^?oaoocoooooooj?o:x The University of Virginia I duln Ki tldcrinan, PrcsMrul Till: TRAININtl liKOIMi (il Ml Nil. 1*1*01*1 I llepirl (irnibii inn, I Mi I legtet! i nurww i Alehitrelure, tlnalm-aa am Tuition .ii i\ciulcmle lle|inrl Vlrgltllana, All i-xpiiiiHv? iiiiuiuilihi h.i.tu fiiltihi aval ami woiiien Addreas III! RUfilSfRAR, Uslvc Dr. .). A. GxUwy Physician and Surgeon IlKKKIK?tlvor Mutual llrugjptur* Bier Stone Gap, V t. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Bar, Nose and Throat BIIISTOL. TliNN. Will boat Anpnlnchia tho Hind Friday of oncri in t'h'th ?fii-ti-i Dr. (i. C. tloiicyt'iill DENTIST y TONE CIA.P, ivittih iiididiiiR "v Inue. Si. VA. i Ml.Ml. S. S. Masters & Co. General BlacKsmilh, Repair Work. i Holier and Machine Repairing It ; ?' [ahlxdng a apuolaliy, WwgiMi aild Uugg) I Work. Wo make a apeeuitty of salting in ruliliei tin s All work given pronipl mill careful atuiutldiii Bin Stond tia|), V.i._ ST?VRNSON CHAPTER No. I* k. A M. ip' ^\J) Meet* third Thursday ol raeli ?ftW uinnlli^al - p m M .-..in. H i I viv vy?/ Vlaliliig com pan WihH welcdnii it,:.,. I. TAvi.mi.ll I' .1 II Mvnim-.S" ? Ulli STONE OAP LOOflE No-ZIM A. P. A A. M. Xfa. Me.-ts second Thursday of ra< ii XjVmnnlh a s |. in Maaonlc II il A'iallllig brellireu welcome A. I>. Oukss, W. M. .1. II. M vl io.u-. s,. ) II. 10. X^O^al iUvll and Mining- Engineers I Bin Stono Cnp, Va. Harlan,Kv Iteporht ami estimates..n Uoal ami l Inl ar lauida, Oealguaud Plana of Uoalaiul uke Planta, Land. Railroad ami Mino I Bngluoerlug, Bloctrlc Itluo Printing. I DR. THOMAS F. ST ALE V B ractionist. j Treats diseases ol the Eye, Ear. Num and Throat. I Will bo In Apnalaohla I I Its T rTUlhiA in nush mouth until :t P. M. BRISTOL. TENN.-VA.