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WKDNKSDAY, Mt'H. :tt), 11121 1-tibl sliwl Kvory Wtdoeadajr by the WIM:. PRINTING COMPANY, OIL IKKT N. KNIOHTi - Sdllor. LINOSKY J. HORTON, Ans'? Editor On.i Vuar, - - *l-l><> SI* Months. - .7S Thr?i> Month*. - - - ?'*.<> Koterod accordlni? to postal rogulatlona at the vxKl-oAea at IUk Sinn?, (lapse at* oad-olaas minor. Death at Deep Springs. Oh last Ifriduy morning about tnii o'clock; tlio angel of death visiir.I the homo of Mr. and Mrs. w . II Napier near Deep Spring.'. Loo county, and took away tneir daughter; Uoboccn Nairn r Ni'idy. Mrs. Neoly, who was J| years old inwi month had boon vor) sick for Bovbral weeks from an abscess on her liver, which ivns thought to have boon caused from ii severe enso of Inlluonza two \ - us ago, at the home of her mini, Mrs W T MalutlTey, in the Gap. < >n February' Olli she was taken to a hospital in Louisville, accompanied by !<r. J. A. Gilinor, her husband; Dan Neel> and Hinter, Mrs. King. She remained there for Ihne Weeks and seemed to gel heiter and wan brought hack to her parents' home, where she grail Ulllly grew worse ami weaker until I lie end came. She was so patient and kind all dmiug her long illness und Wn?lll ask her loved ones lo pray to the good Lord, if it was His' will, for 11 mi lo take her lieiiie. She was a good Christ um Ktrl and hud joined the Missionary Hnpusi church when she was very young. She was hnrii d Saturday af? ternoon at one o'idoek in the family cemetery, which is in sight of the home, in the pres? ence of a very large number of relatives and friends Hev. Witt, of Dry don, hold the fun. oral Borv'ces in the yard of her parents' home. She is min ivod b\ her dem parents, Mr. and Mrs W. ||. Napier and loving |illHhaml, Hun Neoly, of Unboiled, am) live sisters. Mrs LidgO King und Mrs |J, Woodurd, ol St. Charles, Mrs Hledsoe, ot Keo. keo. Mrs. Howard Kid.lie, of Olliigur, Mrs. Hay llarllo) ami two brothers, John and Stewart Napier, of Deep Springs. Jurors for April Term of \S isc Circuit Court. The naines of the following persons have been drawn limn the jury box lo serve as jurors for the April term of the t u. nit Court for Wise county : I'iIiI Jurors. I'etil jurors i>. try ei\ il cases to be KUimuotieil for Monday, April Ith, and to sei \ e t he I M o week- el apart for I he trial of civil i-a-es : Richmond District. A. K. Armstrong, John A. t'reckctt, W. U. "i ouiig, II. G. Zepp. Olaitevllle District. Ulihrioy Abshor, A. M. Miller, Logan Hevjrly, Joseph A. Gills collator. tipp? Dlalricl. Morgan I. Kilgoie. \V. M. Hiiltuun. W. .1. Gibson, .1. M. llillman, Jr.. l\ i\ Kn-h. II. 11, Morgan. RoberMO District. 8. G. McCoy, 1. s. g. Meitde, J. Hop Hamilton, John 1.. Kinor. Over in Sweden locomotives are burning peat successfully. In this country they "bum up the rails" - ami occasionally the passengei s. When a person finds that ht< docs not lit in w ith a certain circle of acquaintances tlio w ise thing lo do is to til out again. A proper adjustment can nl ways be found elsewhere Hefore punching the fellow who calls you a liar il might be well to consider whether or not he hob told the truth. Kvery time prices start to tumble some 01)08 comes to the rescue ami props 'ein up ,again. Some peoplo never can loarn when to keep still. Dental Clinic To Be Started in Richmond District on April 4th. Dr. LnwHun 0. Wolimck, us stated by Miss Jan? Morgan, will commence a dootal clinic for all school children in the Richmond District on next Monday and will continue al tln< various places in the dis I riot throughout the month of April. They will he w Itoda April llh;<?Vaka, April 6th; lirn. boden, April Oth; Stonoga, April 7lh, and Arno, April Sill, bull particulars of ibis clime and tlie dates und places for the rest of the month will he pub? lished in our next issiln, Norton Concert Band Will Play In Bij< Stone Gap Sunday Afternoon. The Norton Concert Band, one of the bent organizations of its kind in Southwest Virginia, will come down to Big Stone ? jap on next .Sunday afternoon if the weather permits and will give a free concert in front of the Monte Vista Hotel al about three o'clock, to which all are invited. This blind, under the direc? tion of Mr. IS. T. Win, is com posed Of thirty pieces, all well infilled musicians, ami it will he a treat to the people of the (lap to have t hem here al thai lime. Shannon Stock Company, Wliai welcome news it if. when the Shannon Stock Co. say that lliey will play Big Stone Cup Yes, they will be with us for four dayscoiiiiuenc mg Wednesday, April Mb,with the best show tiiat they have ever had Oil the road. Mr. Har ry Shannon, the owner, is no stranger in our midst, and his stars arc lluzol and Harry Shannon, Jr., who are support? ed by un all slur cast mich us .1. 11. I'rescott, liny As'or, Lot Ill Maye, Del W. Sherruiid, II. Ol Sillltjiur, Jessie Collier, 11.11111 Hai ley, Adelaide Lorene, AI W. Kinerson und Kenneth Bcnwuro. Tim plays that thoy will present are not of that old type, tint new ami Up-to-date, with good high class vaudeville between acts. The orchestra carried by thorn gives nightly concerts bet ween the acts. The opening play, "Jim's Uirl," has just been completed by |hb young author, Karl Carroll L's a comedy and u real one As seats will go fusi for this !-.l iruction wo would advise yon 10 Hceure your seats abend of ii. They will be od Hille ill Kelly's Drug Store on Friday. It's a big show at a small pi ice. Golf Club Elects Officers. A meeting of the Mountain i lulf Club was held Monday night ni hist week at the Monte Vlstll Hotel fol the purpose ol electing nlli iers for the ensuing veal , and to trausacl such Oilier business that might come he fore the meeting. The lollovi*. ing otlieei.-, were elected: Hor ace K, l''ex, president; Lewis T. Winston, v ice president, and B. F. Warner, secretary and treasurer Big Stone (lap has ihe only golf course in this part of the state, 'and ii is expected that the membership this year will reach between seventy live lind one hundred. In addition to the golf course, the (dub also maintains two ex? cellent tennis courts for the use of jtii members. It is expected that tournaments will lie ar? ranged with Bristol, Kno'xville and other nearby eines. Many people are not content with their troubles until lliey have added a hunch of imagin? ary ones. Automobile, House and Sign PAINTING All Work Guaranteed BILOWJT & CARLISS In Plat .1. Near E. Sth Street Bridge Bitf Stone Gap, Va. BABY BURNS TO DEATH IN HOME Mother Had Left the Child Just a Few Minutes to Run to a Neighbor's to Help Mother. Keokce, Vu., March 23.?AI 0 o'clock* (his morning a horrible tragedy occurred one mile and a half out on Iho Olingcr road. Mrs. James Sampson wonl to a neighbor's only a few hundred yards away and loft Coy, her l!l uinnths old son, sleeping peace? fully in the crib, which had high latticed sides so the baby could not get q?t. Her only other child) Mossie, aged l. accompa? nied the mother, this |ea\ ing lit? tle Coy alone in the house. The mother returned in a slim I time and her home was a solid mass of llaine and the wall were railing in. The father was at work in a coal mine here at the lime and the sad news was conveyed a mile underground to him. Whi n the Humes had subsided Buflicieittly a search in tie' ashes was made and a few of the little one's ribs were found. Nothing whatever wa saved from the flumes and there was no insurance. The clothe they wore at work today and little Mossie ure nil that is left of what was yesterday a happy home. James Sampson is One of the substantial oilizeii8,.a cod min? er, and has had charge of a couple of dillerenl mine lo re. Iii? w ife before main ? w its Mis- Viola Hall, and both have lived here for years, where I boy have hosts of friends. Two week- ago little M.issie, Ilm Lyeas-old daughter of Albert Kelly, living mixl door to the Sampsons died from a severe burn, and Mrs. Sampson wa- as? sisting in the cure of the mother. "Do Unt? Talk to Caob Other?" A.lm Mr. M. Ditty, U. 1. "I c"i fi\f nVn ,'l Rat.Sain titvl IhtcW i&nn annn.l Irr.liL.fC C?.| al. ul loll .1 .I.itii II ul 111, aihnluft? ?..|il??l. -u Moitvll,. v ,? .1 lr?ci. Now ?t h-ntti'l any Who lol.l Ihn? auviil Hal. Sn?|i " H.OmIii ?,'.:.l!..,'t? jaiil. llilr? ??tv JJs. Ohe. It,15, fr-lj ftui r.uirantcrj tj K 11,1. V Dili i. COM I'A \ V iiamiu i:n IlltOS. LIGHTEN YOUR DAILY BURDENS Plenty ol Ked Blood Keeps Vuiir Health uood. Ra?ler in fiel I hints Done. Poor Blood a Handicap. fcpio-Mingia Builds lp rnerxy flint fatigue Destroys. When you overwork, worry Ami ?trattl. y?iir ayatoin lias liiir? work to ? l?i If you Weep ii up very loiip', your blood simply onn'i l>ke Mi,' of all the wasto It becomes elbgged with lailanus You keep on working jiial the siimi* lint when your blond heroines' weakened y.im vitality ktarera. You lliiil ii a bur? den lo sei Illings ih'ihe Yo.ir sliced lag? You begin te frei ?? ill in " Then is the lime lb lake ihat splendid lo' le, I'epto-Mangan Your lilobil needs ciulchi'g Physicians reentiimeiul ('opto Siangan because ii 1>iiII,!h red eo pi.,Mi? ami makes jj-bur blood rieh and red Ii cleans out nil tlu |?>is. Yon begin to fcei belter and stronger right aw..\ Ii i uiuch easier la (jet work done Yen have reue Wed vitality. I'epto-M?iigaii la sold in ll.iuul and tablet form Tin medicinal value is cv aelly the same Take either kind yen preler. lint he auro you gut the gimuin? Pein? - Mangan ? Iho namu "Outlo's ' khoiild Is- en tin- pai kage aiti STREET Improvement Sealed bids will I... revived by the City Clerk, .11 the olflec of The Virginia V? liolaaalu 1 '?inpaiiy until '.. i... k p, iu. April 9tst. A. 1? . IU2I, the In.is will ho opened and tabulated by tie- ? it v Council with the iaalat?tiew.of luclr engineer The following is a siatenicnl of the work Mused ii|s>n the ippryaiiiiatc .-ti iiikIc ie the engiiu 1 Iim cubic yar.ls ol* eaith excavation, Mi lineal feel of VI scwoi pipe, to lineal feel Of 18' ??'Wer plpii, 7 cubic yard? Class It Concrete. :1M lli eai feet 7' watci I. luiid Maeadain in n. wide o street Intersections of same construction ! BOO so, yds. Iliils lor water iKiond Macadam will be received por t(| y.l All blda lulls! lie in sealed eli\elo|H'> a.lihesse.l lo lllu lily Clerk of Appulachla No l.i.l will be eonaUlerod unless accompanied by a . ei tiiiisl cheek to Iho order of the Tbwn Counell lo the amount of ?? per cont ol the bid. ?ml U> bo forfeited tothe'l'own el" Appaliehia in caie the bid ?hall be ao rcptoil ami the bidtloi ahall rail for luu 111' days alter notice of Mich acceptance given personally or by mail In hi- address lo enter into the contra. I awarded him. The auceeaafiil bidder will be required Big 10 Days9 Sale! STARTS MONDAY, APRIL 4th and will last only 10 clays. $15.000 Stock to go under the hammer for cash in hand. This stock is fine merchandise and will sell cheap as dirt. Now is the time to get your every need in the way of some? thing to wear and eat, so be on hand Monday morning. April 4th, at Giles' Store at East Stone Gap. Va., at S o'clock when the doors will swing wide open. You will miss some great bargains if you don't attend this big sale. Hope all people will avail themselves of this great opportunity. Come one, come all, you will be treated nice if you do hot buy anything. We will quote you a few of our great bargains. Dry Goods and Notions, Shoes and Clothing To Go At A Big Out Men's Goocl Suits for.$12.98 McnV Best Hats for.5.28 Men's Cheapest Hats .98c Best Shoes from .3.00 to 4 98 Men's < 'nps at.Cost Ol' lCSS Best Ginghams, per yard .10c Men's Dress Shirts.90c to $3.00 Overalls, each.1.08 Host grade of Domestic, per yard.17c liest Gil CK.th. per yard .38c Men'.'; IIosci per pair.17c Bed Comforts at.cost or less Good Va'rri Blankets at.cost Ol" less Good Gradc Blcech, per yard.17c Good Percals, all you want at per yd...17c Men's yarn Unse at.cost Ol' lcsS Men's Seal Pack Union Suits at.98c FURNITUR]?] of all kinds at cost or less. Glt?CEUlES ot all kinds and good as can bo bought. Tomatoes, ptir ran.....'.13c Corn, per can.13c i lorriiny, per can.13c Oats, per box. .11c Sugar, ptif pound .10c No. i 2 oz. cans of I'Tanklin Syrup.18c Kraut, per can.....13c ('..)..d Ki< e, per p< mud.f)c io Quart Galvanized Water I Jackets. ..38c Good Laundry Soap, cakes I ir .25c Pat-a C ake, all you want, per box .ISc Pumpkin, per can.10c Milk, small citri .7c Sweet Potatoes, per can .14'c (lest Flour, per %.1.45 Meal, per 1ml;.60c Butterfat Chop* i?>o lbs .2.00 Good I .oose t'of'f. e. perl)).13c Arb?ckles Coffee, per lb.23c Ktiox Beauty Kaiige Stoves .25'' of! So good people time and space will not permit us to tell you all we have for you, but come and see us. You will get good pay for your trip, so we will look for you. 5 EAST STONE GAP, VA. <r>r "r.T.vsr.^K-.T.T.r ?r*rs .T.,r."5-5r.,r.tr.ii^?r.';'j Arnuzii Theatre I Is? Starting Wed. April 6 [Saturday Harry Shannon offers *\ The Shannon Stock Oo. 1 Hazel and Harry ?hann?n, Jr. and a star Oast with' THE SUPERB ORCHESTRA m I and best traveling popular priced attraction W CLEVER PEOPLE 20 ?i A M A A n f A .Opening Play Wednesday Night: hi A great idea; a great love story; a great bla\ y. minute comedy. V. J By Earl Carrol and Thomas J. Gray. W riter "So Long Letty," "Canary Cottage," "Winter Garden j\ /.ielield Follies. ' ''Century,' "l.ady <>l the Lamp," ?j "Daddy Dumplins'- Theatirc .mil Greenwich Village h Fbliics," New York City. $ i An up lo the ?j 1 * nU ol snappy ami Original tlialogtte. [\ I: America's Best Traveling Stock Company : | I: Change of Plays and Vaudeville Nightly : i )i-? !J; PRICES: 50c, 75c and $1.03. Seats on sale at Kelly's Drug i< R Store Friday. ^ to furnish a bund in tin' sum of CO pet ecnt' of ihd contract, bond lb be executed by some surety cbinpsuy neeeptable to the < 'Hy Council. tropica ?f plana ?rill Ih.ieeiftoatlbha may be s> en an obtained it the office of .1. a. Hurt, al 't'he Voiiiig Hanlware Company, Appalaehui, up lo a o'clock |? m, April ??Mat. on depoall of flO OO which will Ih< i refunded upon the return of plans anil I specifications in good condition. The City Council reseryca the riglit to i rejeel nny and .ill bids. Mir. I- I' WITT, City I lork. Reliable Repairing Kxperl workmaiwhlp ami a ?i" il.-.ii? khafs ?hat yon Ret wheii you [fj A lot iis 1U1 your repairing. We k'n.nv how l?> got at all klniU of lubtoi trouble* ami wo know ?hat to ? V ild when wc liml tin-in 3 Pneoii Always Reasonable Agent for Chevrolet Motor Cam ami Columbia Naileries. J. A. MORRIS, - - Big Stone Gap, Va. .