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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Delivery Car is probably one of tlie most used cars in the business world. The reasons are simple: It is the most econom? ical motor car in service; it is the most dependable motor car in service; it is tlie most satisfactory motor car in service, because it is the regular Ford Chassis with just the kind of body you want. We 'can get or build any kind of a body you may desire, plain or fancy, lit will multiply the volume of your business by doubling your business ?territory. If this ?verc not so, the biggest corporation.': in the 'country would not.be using fleets of Ford cars for delivery p poses. Come in. Let's go into details a little farther with y iYou will find it a profitable investigation. MINERAL MOTOR COMPNAY riiit Stone flop topJlwJbualhli^^^ 121 151 [Si m le'l Ikil Isi Ideal Areola Heating Outfits IDEAL COMFORT FOR SMALL. HOMES The Ideal Areola Radiator Boiler heats the room in which it is placed and circulates hot water to radiators in tho adjoining rooms. Easily and quickly installed in new or old buildings al any time without disturbance. With the twenty per cent, reduction in prices of the Areola Boiler effective January 1st,1102lj even the humblest home can afford healthful hot water radiator boat. Ideal Areola Heating Outfits are especially designed for all-on one-floor heating for the small home with or without a cellar. For further information write or call phone No. 25. O. O- SWORD CO. Heating and Plumbing Contractors APPALACHIA, VA. Roda News Mrs, J. 1>. Williame litt? beert vor)' xiek for a few days. Prof. .in.l Mrs. M. C. Do via spent tin' week i'iul with home fnlkn in Lee count) . Kev. K. I. McConuoll spent the week end with relatives in J onosvtllc. Horn lo Mr. aild Mis. 1). R. Kuymer oh February -'1st, n in pound boy, ? Mrs. Mary Pierce and Miss Maggie Roberts were shopping in Appalachia Monday. Horn lo Mr. mid Mrs. \Vyne g?r on February '_'lst, n little girl weighing six pounds. Miss Lillian Quillin, who has been alien ling school at L. M. U. at tlarrogato, 'renn , returned lo her homo Friday. Mrs. Lillian Jones Holly Uns resigned her position as sto nographer in Supt. Kstill's nf lice. Mr. .Nicely has taken her place. Huritt Sturgiil, of Cripple (.'reck, Colo., is visiting bis wrfe and two children at the ltotia Hotel. ? luv K. L'utrick, who recently accepted a position in th? <>f lic-i ii here, spent Sunday at Mig Stone (lap with his mother. M. 15. Kizer, a World war veU oral, who has boen ill for some? time at the Kodtt llotipilal from diseases caused from injuries received while Horving with the over seas forces, has been ro moved to the hospital in Baiti? mbre. East Stone Gap The entertainment Saturday night was a derided success iu pvery way. A neat little sum was realized for the homo eco? nomics department. Miss Maude Wilson spent the week end With Miss Stella Mor? ris. Mrs. J, K. Anderson and .Miss Anna Simpkins, of Norton, vis. lied Miss Anna Anderson this past week end, and attended the play Saturday night. Mr. und Mra. Isaac Jessee, of Appalachia, attended the piny Saturday night, and spent the week end with Misses Odette and Idyl W?lls. Mrs. H. Hlunkonship, nccom paniod bv her son, Leslie, mid Miss Doc in Anderson, went to Norton Monday for a consiiltn lion with Dr. IL M. Miles, of that plnce. News lias ronohod hero of the marriage of Miss Bessie Mullins, ol Osaka, to Mr. Dowio Comp too, of Coobiiru. The bride is a former student of Hast Stone Cap High School ami has many friends, here Mr. and Mrs. B. T, Mullins and Mrs. t:. II Mullins, of Kx Oter, spent the week end with Mrs. Mullins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Holler, and attended the play Saturday night. Mrs. J. M. Elliott, who has been qtlito ill at her home here, has improved very much and was able to be out Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, of Osaka, spent Saturday night with Mrs. Gibson's sister, Miss Bone Oilly, and attended the play. Miss Bonnie W?lls, who is touching at Dorchester spent tho week end at home here. Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Quails and little daughter, who formerly livrd nt Bonhitm, hnvo movod to East Stent;, und will make their home hero. Miss Sallio Burko, member of tho claas of "20 of E. S Q. 11 S. visited Alis? Lura Burke tho week end and uttonded the en? tertainment Saturday night. Miss Ottie Johnson spent the week end with homefolks hero Boyd Burdette, our play hero, lind ri bad cubo of tonsilitis last week, but was able to bo "on the job" Saturday night. John and Hill Qilly spent the week end with their mother hero. Hill Hood, Sr., has had quite u Bevere attack of stomach trouble, but is improving. Miss Thelma Kennedy was an overnit;lit visitor of Miss French Taylor Saturday night. Miss (Irace Stewart is quite ill at hvr home above town. She has iuflilOiiZa and other oomph cations. l?r. liakor is attend? ing her. , Mrs. Davis and daughters; Misses Kathleen and Irma, vis Oed Miss Irene Slump the week end. Little Went/. Tale, son of Ham Tale, was hurt quite soriouslj Eriri.iy afternoon when he at. lemtiied to juni|i from a truck. Dr. I'.outer ?ns culled at once noil several sliiches were taken in the little fellow's log, which whs out badly. Mr. I!.icon, of Arno, spent Sunday in Kind Stone. Quite a niiinbor of East Stum's fortner citizens attended the play Sunn day night. Little Misses Edith Watnpler, Louise and Muurine Oilly^ of Hie; Stone (lap, were Up for the play Saturday. They were ?tu dents in our school last year. AMERICAN LEGION NOTES The dance thai was to have been given by the Henry N. Tale I'osl February '-'?Jnd, but was postponed on account of tliiiercnt reasons, will be given in their Club room at Appala uhia Sat unlay night, March nth. Invitations have been mailed. Music will be furnished l.y Witt's .la/./. Orchestra. Von are guar? anteed a good time, K?inoiuljcr that when you are invited and attend u dunce given by the American l.egiou ynu will be treated with kindness that you are not only invited for your ?ovo satisfaction, hut to help the legion as well. We need and appreciate your cooper? ation. Every good word you speak for the American Legion ynu are helping the ex-service man, and every work that is spoken against the legion :t> a Whole is handicapping the ex Service man. The man that has helped make the world safe. II you must critici/.O don't do it to the ones that me hot connected or interested in the legion, do it BEFORE SPRING COMES. LONE UP YOUR BLOOD Your tllnuJ Need* lue Help (it (hulc'i I'cplo.Mangan in Springtime tu Overcome Drowsy, Listless Feelings Called "Spring i-ever." PALE FACES CAUSED BY BAD BLOOD Dial Tired, All.tiuae l-'celing a Danger Signal That Your lllond Needs Tbis Splendid Spring Tunic. '1 hu liliH.,1 tint ooiin.es through your body in tho arteries ?ml veins Isof the utoil vital Importance to tin- healthy life of tin- lusty. The little red corpuscles ivre w hat carry life to tin- lulllloiia of cell* that make up your body. The blood im also tl*o vohi?-Io tlmt carries' away most, if not all of the waalo pr.Hliictd. Springtime is the season when the body adjusts itself from the rigor* of ?inter to tho lie.it of slimmer. You nof. lieu how much sickness there is in the spring? Perhaps, there uro weeks when you lev-l drowsy and llsUeaa, hod you csll it ''Spring Fever." h Is really your blood that has become weak ami thin, ami it needs help. rake that good blood loolc-r-Quda's Pepto-Maugsn. It will give, tho rod cor? puscles m your blood new is.wer to carry fresh oxygen to the cells all over the tshly. yoil'll UOtMSe x change fur the heiter in a few days. Ii brings the color back to pale faces slid lifts you out of tired, all-gone feelings so that you enjoy full vigor. Spring Is tho time for a good blood ionic. Take nude's I'epto-Mangan so that you can enjoy the most beautiful season of the year Qcl it at your drug glst'a, but Ik- ?uro it I? the genuine, with "Oude's Pcpio-Mauuair' printed on the package In la tola, in both tablet and liquid form. They liavo exactly the Kam? uicdiouul value.?adv. Virginia Wholesale Company Incorporated APPALACHIA, VA. ? JOBBERS OF = Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions and Toilet Articles Try Our Sunshine Brand of Canned Goods Corn, Lima Beans, Pork and Beans, Corn Kernels. Sia.cota.sli, Red K i d n oy Beans, all under our special label. We arc headquarters lor Laundry <$ Toilet Soaps Carry the following brands: Octagon Laundry and White Floating, Grandma's Naptha, Swift's Naptha. Octagon Nap? tha, Fels Naptha, etc. Toilet Soaps: Palmolivc, Sydmore's Tri Color Assortment, Fairy. Your inquiries will receive our prompt attention. Wholesale Only, Nothing Sold at Retail Exchange Your Old Player Rolls For the Latest New Word Rolls The Very Thing You Always Wished You Could Do?Exchange Your Old Rolls Bring these old mils to us regardless of'their OOn U A pjj make or original price, and wo. will allow you "UU LmUll for them in exchange for NEW POPULAR U. S. WORD ROLL. NO MOIIE THAN ONK OU) ItOM. TO APPLY OS A NEW ICOitt, O. O. HLAMKlv^Sini' Pianos, Organs, and Talking Machines Appalachia, V?. tu I lie. ofllcors. If you ean'l see tluMii write a letter. 8iie.li will bo appreciated. The Henry N. Tut? l'osl is growing, has already over twice us many members as I be whole of lust year. We intend tt> car? ry mil to a letter (lie meaning of tiie American Legion. Willi (hi in view wo will not fail. Any ex-service man or any one else that doesn't know what the le? gion stum!-- for should lie ashamed and get busy and learn, then there will be no knocking. Delightfully Entertains. Mrs (I W. Ithodenliiner v.orj delightfully ?ntertaino? a num? ber of her Appalaohin friends last Thursday at Stoncgn with a most delicious tivo Course din? ner. The dinner was lovely ill ev. pry respeel with the pink and wiiite color schemes beautifully carried mit. The dining room1 was made very attractive with fi-rns and sweet pi as. Tie guests were: .Vrs. 1',. II. Omer, Mrs W. B. Peters, Mrsi iM K. Kin?, Mrs O. T. Smith and Mrs. lt. W. Holly. In the afternoon many of the friends called, among which were Mrs. I Matt Du fly ami Mrs. Morgan Young. ? Appnlachin Indepen-| dent Indigestion Many portions, ot1iorwlno i...1 vigorous and healthy, arc B bothered occasionally with Q Indigestion. The effects ot a disordered ItOinacll on the ayntem nre dangerous, and prompt treatment of IndlKea B tlon la Import int. "The only medlehu' 1 have needed baa been something to aid dlse.i tlou aud clean the liver," writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a McKlnney, Texan. tarnicr. H "My medicine la b Thedford's D D D TC for Indignation nnd stomach 22 trouble of any klnil. 1 have B never found unythltig that H touches the apot. like Black DDraught. I take It In broken doses after meals. F?r n long' B time I tried pills, which grlp Bcd and didn't give the good results. Black-Draught liver Q medicine la easy to take, easy |ig to keep, inexpensive." m (let a package from your druggist today?Ask for nnd H insist upon Thedford's?the Ei b only genuine B b Get it today. jgj na EsitsQ I S 8 5. 10. Civil and Mining Engineers Hin St?hpGap, Va. Harlan,Ky Kcpitri? ai.l estimates ou Coal and 'l'lrii Iht l ands. Design und l'lansol Coal and Cake I'l ints, I in.l. Itaiiroad vaud MUs Kiif;lneeriiiR, Electric Itluo l'rintliiK S1I:VI-:.NS0N LllVI'li:? No'. \<> ?. A. M. Miels third Thuis.l.iy of each in.mill hi s p. hi. Maguiila Hall. b(| Vlattiiiu ruui|>iiiluiis welcome. \V. I. .Ionks, II. I*. .1 II. Matiikws, Hco'y, ..Ki STONE QAP L?00E No.zos A. P. & A. At. Mii is second Thursday of nach > month at 8 p. in. Masonic Hull Vinning brellirou welcoino. II. II. Si.i.up, W. M. .1 II. Matiikws, .Sec y Dr. (i. <J. HoncyciiU DENTIST BIO STONE UAIJ, VA. UlH?e in Willis lluilillng ovei Mutoa. OR. THOMAS F. STALEY Ref ractionist. rreats diseases nl (lie Eye, Kar, Noet and throat. Wilt I..-in A|i|ialachla l lltST KKIPA* in bach mouth until :t I'. M. BRISTOL. THNN.'VA. J. B. TUCKER Painting and House Wiring Box 43 Bin Stone Gap. Va. Dr. .J. A. (jilmer Physician and Surgeon ul'I'liK .llviir Muni ?I Drugstore Bin Stone Gap, Vu. Morton Floral Co, Cut Flowers Funeral Designs Corsages "and Potted Plants Prompt Sorvica Day or N Ight NORTON. VA. FOR SALEF Bargains in now ami lined Kn nines. Boilers, S.iw M ills, W ood working Machinery, Tractors, ICIectric Motors, Hoail Building Macliiuery, Air Compressors, Locomotives and Steam Shov? els, Hoisting Brigittes; Relaying Kails. Oil and Qasotine Kn ginPB, Concrete Mixers, Crush? ers, Pumps, lined Hollers, Pipe, Shafting, Pulleys, Belting, Saws and Oils. R. P. JOHNSON, udvr.ltf Wytheville, Va.