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Supplies From Us We carry a full line of tablets, notebooks, theme paper, text' books, pencils, pens, ink erasers, bookstraps, schoolbags. :: :: :: Kelly Drug Company Zj/io t/toxall fS/oro BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA I LOCAL ITEMS. I _ IUrs. C?ra KHbourn returned ohm home at Oorbin, Ky., nf *r upending a fow days bore kiting relutives und friends. Joe Miner, of Bogorsville, Vim., in spending tili? week in jivii looking nfter business in deals. ? room house und <> lots on bVyHiittott Avenue for $4,000 jpleudid high class neigbbor kxmI, See W. tl. OouttH.?adv. Miss Kleannr linker returned ist week from thn University Hospital in Baltimore, where ilie spent a few days taking reatmeut. Horn to Mr. und Mrs. John Lane last week, a girl. Mrs. Wayne Wright and two children and' Mrs. Joe Grill I ?;< at n few days lust week nl renuingtoh tlup visiting rela lives. I Mrs. Otis Mouser loft last Heek for Wylheville, where she is .spending u few days with Mrs. J. W. Kader. Vun Gurrott, of Williams burg, arrived in the Onp lusl week where ho is assistant principal of the High .School. As we ure going to stop hand ling paints in bulk we ure clos iiig out our Inrgo stock of Slier wiu-Williams 1'ninls at cost for CASH. Call at once for this unusual offer won't last long.? Mutual Pharmacy.?adv. Juhu H. HttHsell, a hustling young business man of Jones ville, spent a fow hours in town on business lust Wednesday af? ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Billiard, ol near Kuoxvillo, are visiting relatives in the Gup. Mrs. V. W. Lttw, who has been spending some time in the tiup visiting her parent's; Mr. ! and Mrs. C. 0. Long, returned lust week to her homo in Dar lington, 8. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowing and little daughter, Anne, loft Friday for Chicago, where Mr. Sewing will enter a hospital for treatment. Mrs. Sewing and Anne will visit relatives near 8t. Louis for sometime before returning to the Gap. Knfus Maun, who is employ? ed us a mechanic for the (lute City Motor Company, iH spend in? this week in (own having Home improvements made on his residence which is occupied by S. It. .lessee. Miss Hess Young bus return? ed to her home at Stonega af? ter several days in Roan?ke via itiiiK her aunt, Mrs. V. ?. Pay no. If you want to build your home on the installment plan? pay in six years as rent?seo \V. Q. Coutts.?adv. Lawrence Baker, who recent? ly became employed in tho me? chanical department of the Wise Printing Cumpany, spent .Sunday in Bristol visiting bis pa routs. Flanary Gilly, of Drydon, has moved his family to Big Stone (lap and is occupying the resi? dence of I*. M. Reason, Mr. lleasor having recently moved to bis farm in Lue county. I am now prepared to lake I four men boarders. Good tublu board, cotnfortablo rooms, rea? sonable rates. Ideal location, 'phone, lights and bath.?Paul B. Josseo.?adv. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Counts and two sons uro visiting rela? tives at Cleveland, Vn., this week. They will attend the Russell county fair at Lebanon before running homo. I. T. (lilly spent part of lust week at Kogorsvillo, Tenn., looking after bis farm which is located live miles oast of Rog ersvillo. Ho reports crop con? ditions are lino in Llawkius county and everybody thoro ex? pects to have a bumper yield. Tho Lloyd Guild will meet at the homo of Mtb. Owens Th?rs1 day, September 'ill, at 3:30 o'clock. L?ST,?Black and white fan ed cow, or rather bluish black and white. Holstein und Jer? sey mixed. Due short stub of born. Weigh about 8U0 pounds. Will pay $20.00 for her return to mo or $10.00 for information leading to her recovery.? W.W. Adams, Dunbar, Va.?adv.35 38 Mrs. 0. Taylor, (noo Miss Fol, eis Willis), wim bus boon spoiul illg sometime in the Gap with relatives, returned Thursday to her homo in Kentucky. Virginia Wholesale Company Incorporated APPALACHIA, VA. HEADQUARTERS FOR Pencils, Pen Holders, Pen Points, Tablets, Ink, Companion Sets, Wax Crayons, Etc. FOR THE OFFICE We carry a line of Monthly Time Books, Order and Counter Hooks, Day Books, Ledger and Cash Books, Carbon Paper, r'aper Clips, Typewriter Ribbons, Erasers, Ink Stands, Pencil Sharpeners, Etc. Send us your orders, if we havent it we will get it for you. Wholesale only, nothing sold at retail. Mise Elizabeth Sprinkle, of Wnyno, W. Va., Miss Launa Marrs and Mrs. Fred Covill, of Kookea; Misses Potay Johnson, Anna Lyon, Nita Estis and Mr. Horn, of Cooburn, and Mrs. J..E..Cuoke,. of Turn's Creek, wore among the out of town guests at tho Robbins Barrou wedding Thursday afternoon. FOUND.?In my corntield on August 27th two large black and white spotted sows. Each ear split. Owner can havo samo on proper identification, paying for damage and ibis ad. Apply to J. M. Willis, Big Stone Gap, Vo.?adv. Clurenco Robbies, who has a position with the Stonega Coko and Coal Company, left Thurs? day night for Somersot, Ky., where he will spend a few days with relatives, n Miss Juliet Knight was oper? ated on last Saturday for ap? pendicitis ami is getting along as well as could be expected. Tho operation was performed hy Dr. J. A. Gihnur, assisted by Dr. Harry Smith, of Appa lachia, W. A. Baker and Dr. Burnuth. Dr. George T. Winston,, who has been spending the summer in New York aud other eastern cities, arrived in tho Gap last week on a visit to his son, L. T. Winston. Mrs. D.'T. Pierson left last woek ou All extended visit to friends in Sptirtnuburg und oth? er points. Itev. C. W. Doim returned to Ilm Gap last week from a few days' visit near Wythoydlo, where he was called ou account of the illness of his sister. New f> room house one block from bridge, 2corner lota, f3600, seo W.G. t'oiitts. ? udv. Alvy F. Ayles and Miss Ollie V, Garrison, daughter of T. A. Garrison, of this place, were married at the homo of Mrs. L. V. Stacy last. Wednesday night,Rev. J. M. Smith, officiat? ing. They will make their fu? ture homo in Big Stone Gap. The groom bad just returned from hervico in the navy. Clitrord Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Smith left last Monday for Lexington,Vu., where he will attend school at Washington and Leo Universi? ty, Clifford received the schol? arship offered by Washington and Leo University to the pu pils of the credited high schools making the highest grades in bis graduating class. Old nowspnpors for sale nt this ollico. 20 cents per 100. Mrs. 0. S. Mulliu, of Greene villc, who is visiting bur pu rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mini soy, went over to Bristol last Thursday to the golf tourua meat, arriving in time to wit? ness the winning of tho finals in the third (light by Mr. Mul? lin. She also attended the tnu sicalo given at the country club Thursday evening In hon? or of the golfers. The Big Stone Gap School Board should notice tho roquest of tho city of Roanoko made for bid for $'2.'>0,000.0i) improve? ment bonds on the ISth inst. ami the best oifer receivetl be ing $80.15. As against this the otter of General R. A. Ayers to accept the live year uotea of th? board at par in payment of his building for a high school la very favornblo und should be promptly accepted. Engagement Announcement. Mtb. Sally A. Bailey announces tho engagement urn! approach? ing marriage of her daughter, Margaret Jaunt to Mr. Fred Leu Troy, son of Rev. ami Mrs. W. H. Troy, of Graham. The mar? riage will take place in Octo? ber. Dinner Party. Mir. Simon E. Bunks and Miss Eleanor Baker entertained with a beautifully planned din ner parly last Weduesday even? ing at the home of Air. and Mrs. Simon E. Banks, complimenta? ry to Miss Margaret Barroa and Mr. Curtis Robbins, who wore married ou tho following Th?rs day. Services at East Stone Gap Next Sunday. Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, the pastor, Mr. Shu? mate, will preach at East Stone Gap Baptist church. All the people uro cordially invited. Let us meet together for - an hour of worship and good fel? lowship. Baptist Church Notes. Congregations are growing. The coming of the people cheer? ed us greatly last Sunday. One thing puzzles us; that is, why we seem to have so ninny "Slack? er Baptists." May their tribe decrease. Next Sunday morning we are all expecting a joyous time in tlie.Sanday school. Some of the primary children are to be pro? moted into the junior depurt Jift-ut, and they have an appro? priate program, to which we are all invited. The entire school will hear this program. Besides, many mothers will bring the ba? bies of-the cradle roll to Sunday school, and they will be recog? nized. ? Let us all make this a real ral? ly day in the .Sunday school. We j expect every member of every (class present, and we hope they [will bring in some new pupils to every class. We expect a record I attendance. Don't miss it. I The B. V. 1\ U. had an inter? esting meeting at 7 p. in. Some new members came in, and the interest was fine. We were en? couraged by the pluck and inter? est shown by some of the young people) and we believe they are going to build up a wording or? ganization that wo shall all ho proud of. The young people had 'a delightful social evening to got hor ? Oil the parsonage lawn, last Friday evening. Everybody had a good time. The public is invited to all of (air services. A. L. SlIUMATK, I'astor. Automobile for Sale. One Chrevolel ??Four-Ninety" louring car; L018 model. Near? ly new tiros, new coil, new switch and new battery. This car has been recently overhauled, and is in lirst class running or? der. For price, etc., gee U'. ti. (Jarico, at Kelly Drug Co.?adv. 88-89. Picnic at Big Springs. Last Sunday about-- noon a morry party loft the Gap in one of the Royal Laundry's large trucks and motored abovo East Stone Gap to Big Spring,whore they spent the day picnioing. Those in the party wore Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Horton and two children, Mrs. II. L. Lauo and throe children, Misses Goldie ?teaman, Anderson, Indiana; Gladys and Mary Lyle, ltuth, Katharine und Anne Barren, Janet Bailey and Doris War? ner. Messrs. Henry Bowyer, of Stonegu; Fred Troy, Hobort aud liusconi Burron. Hon. lt. T. Irvine-returned to the Gap Saturday night from Washington and New York city where lie spent several days on legal business. Mr. Irvine was in New York city at the time of the disastrous explosion that occurred on Wallstreet, having passed over the exact spot just a few minutes previous. He had been transacting business in the block just opposite and was on the scene shortly after the explosion occurred. After arriving in the Gap Mr. Irvine addressed o largo gathering of women voters ut Roda Monday night in the interest of tho coin? ing campaign. J[TbTt u c k er > Painting and House Wiring Box 43 Big Stone Gap, Va. Auto Transfer Prompt Service SEE Clint Morrison tor all kinds of Trans? fer work. He will appreciate your busi? ness. Opposite the Mineral Motor Co. Big Stone Gap, Va. I AT AUCTION THE JOSEPH SMITH FARM Now Owned by J. Hi Catron, of Big Stone Gap, Virginia SATURDAY, Sept. 25 At 10.30 A, M, on the Premises, Rain or Shine The improvements arc one 6-room dwel? ling, good 4-room tenant house, large barn and big double crib, in fact, every building necessary for the farm. Two good young orchards. This valuable farm of 81 acres, situated 4M miles from Big Stone Gap on the main pike to Norton and 3 miles from East Stone Gap on the Cracker Neck road, has been sub-di? vided into some of the most desirable small farms, truck patches and home sites you have ever laid your eyes on and goes under the hammer Saturday, September the 25th, at 10:30 a. m\, for the last and highest dollar, regardless of loss, cost or value. Everyone knows of the unsurpassed advan? tages in the way of location, lying in the forks of two of the best highways the State aifords, it is easily accessible to any vocation a.person may be following. There are no better schools and churches anywhere. "Jever" think how many people the stove foundry, cement plant, brick plant, Southern terminals and new $500,000 knitting mill corporation will em? ploy? You tell '"em" Appaiachia, Big Stone is busy. FREE CASH PRIZES TERMS: One-third cash, bal? ance 1, 2 and 3 years Be with the crowd and hear the famous Horney Brothers, twin auctioneers from Can? ton, N. C, cry the bid in the same voice at the same time, VFRGllA LAND AUCTION 1 Roanoke, Va., Selling Agents Pulling Prices Down! Where the high cost of living is not so high We carry a stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. ample to supply every want in this commun? ity. THAT IS GOOD. These goods are of recognized quality and are guaran? teed to be as represented. No one ever wants their money back. THAT IS BETTER. We arc making a consistent and determined effort to PULL PRICES DOWN. We are doing'our best to meet you half way?to ease the burden of buying for you. THAT IS BEST. We have added to our stock a fine line of Ladies Ready-to-wear Garments consisting mostly of Coats and Suits. Also carry in stock a choice line of Furniture, Carpets and Rugs. Hay, Corn, Oats and Chop KELLY FURNISHING CO. Near L. & N. Depot Phone 23. Big Stone Gap, Va.