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On Mothers Day, May #?? Here is (lie way ip honor her in :?. wonderful manner. Wc make il easy for jfo'ti to i'irescnt der with a :;i:'t that will bring constant please i not merely for a day. Sie- w ill be thrilled at your thoiiglitiuhicss and delighted with your cho?N*6 (il a re membra ticc. And, sihec. it is :i sur? prise, the day v. ill be all the more delightful. Mothers' Day Gin A Brunswick Idea We've organized a secret society amongst sons and daughters ? conspiracy of happiness; Ami w call it Mothers' Day Club; \\ mustn't tell about it in ^ detail, lor that would l>c giving the secret away. llut we invite you to conic in and find nut hew easy it is to join in tll|l unusual way of honoring your Motliei en May 8th. You'll he delimited with the details. l'arl tit the p! !ii ' ! llnm-\ MuJtl 112 Kelly Drug Company BIU STONE CAP, VA LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1> Uogora were called to New Yoik last, week oh account of the illness of Mr. Hogers' father. A. Li Wit! returned Friday ] night from a business trip to Washington. ('. W. Bennett, bookkeeper for the Mineral Motor Company . spent a few days last week in Itiuelleiil on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Warde, of T<i/.uwell, spent the week uiid in the Gap visiting Mr. and' Mrs. C. C. Bong. Ft)B SALIC?All kinds To-j ludto I'lants, Cauliflower, Cab huge and Popper Plauts. Apply to Mrs. D. C. Wolfe ?adv. Attorney J. B. Oamblos, of Norton, was in town Saturday on business. B. B. Bhoads, who was taken very ill about ten days ago With Stomach trouble, contin? ues to improve. Sec "Married lilfo" Thursday ?adv. Miss Eleanor Baker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker, who bus boon taking treatment in the hospital at Abingdon, has returned to her home in the (lap. Li. .1.. Jones, of St. Charles, manager of the tri-county con? vention, which meets here OjU next Sunday, was in town Moti- j day making arrangements for tin- Sunday meeting. Mrs. Mattie McClure, of Bog orsville, Tenn., spent a few ? lays the past week in the dal? visiting her brother, W. 11. Barnes, returning home Moll day afternoon. Tito ^Missionary Society now has tape and binding in all col? ors. Any one wishing any please call on Mrs. Skeen.?adv 17-10. W. S. Beverly spent last Thurs? day in (lute City on business and visitiug relatives. T. T. Christy, of the Wise Printing Company's office force, Spent a few days the past week visiting his family at Eniory. Mr. and Mrs II. II. Qu i Hin and children, of Boda, spent Sunday in the Clap with rela? tives. Miss Bulb Brescott left last Wednesday for New York ami points in Pennsylvania, whore ?hu will visit for several days. Mrs. W. J. Draper cpeht a few days tins week in Clinch port with relatives. Miss Inn/. 1 'niints , iif t aH'btirn, has lii'.-n spending sov. ial ii it in tln> Gap with lier mints, M ? es Itosa ami Iflora Br?he. Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Si.-k.-l . Jr., nf Bo.la, spent tin- week ?>iti(l in 'In- ' lil|> With relativ.-si Kyle Shores, nf Bristol, spent the week end iii tie- i Pip with : friiihils; Maek Senn, t - ? ?, entneily, Miir ried late, Thiirslliiy ailv . Mrs. (lurpouter, W'llkeshui re, Ca.. win, was called lb (In- ( I ,., nil ttCCOliilt of tin- setii.it, ill ness nl' her brother, B E , Khoads, returned to le i- liotile last week. Miss Margaret jftij in;, ol \.-\ iuglou, Ivy., is spending several days in tin- t.Jitp the guest of her hrofhbr, .lohn Ii l'ity iie, and Miss Minnie Vox. M r. and Mrs. j)ah 11 ill Kp'eiil Stiiiduv in t he Clove visiting Mr. and M nb 1. N . '.'In kstoh, i Early Tnmalo and f iImage, 1'latits now ready fur trans planting. See I und sc) Horton) I ?adv. I Miss Marx Kergtirson, of Richmond, has beiln spending several days in the 11up the| guest nf her cousin, Miss Anita I ( ionilloe. K. I**. Hill and brother spout j Sunday in Bristol. Bee Bannell, of St Cluirles, spent a few days in the Gap last we.-k with Ins father, B. K: Bannell. Mrs. Tom Williams is spend iiig a few days this week in Nor? ton on business, for ihe telephone company. FOB SALE, l two story sbv. en room house with halb and cloak robin, slopping porch, two rooms and coal bin in Itascutcul See B. II. Kennedy.--a.Iv If. Mrs. Watson, nf Bristol-, has been spending seVoral dnvs in the (lap visiting Mr.i, s. |.;. Oartriglit in tin Toiiraine. i; Mrs. S. 11. Goodwin, of the (lap and Mrs. U.S. EstiU, of Roda, .-.pent ;t lew da>s last week shopping in Bristol. Mrs. Kachel M(illitis returned Sunday to her home ndhr the Southern station from a visit to relatives in Scott county-. KOU SALE. ? Six Duriic weaning pigs Eat and good size for age. Ton dollars each .lohn B. fay no, Big Stone Gap* Va.-adv.listf. William (loodloo, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Goodloe, who is attending school at the V. F, 1., Blacksburgj is spend ing a fevv days with homefolks in the Gap this week. Tlit; Community League will meet thin (Wednesday) after, noun at U:3Uut the, school house. Ail hiembors and those interest? ed In community work request ed to be present. Oftlcers for the coming year will be elected at tins meeting. Now is the time to buy your winter codi I am now handl? ing the ''Famous Black Moun? tain foul.'" None bettor, fliehe l'.i.? A. I', Hammond?adv. Miss Frances Bong, who is touching school at Bell Springs, Vu., spent the week end in the (Jap visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs CJj 0. IlOlig. Mrs. H. A. W Skeeii left last week for Mohawk, Tonn .when she will spend U couple of Weeks visiting relatives and friends. '? Married Life."? Thnr.-duyv ? ndv. Robert W. Flauary. of Nor? ton, was in tin- Gup Sunday driving his Stutz roadster. M is. Bettie Taylor is spend ing u fuW iltivs in the Covi With her sister, Mrs. Collier. Buy a ton of the Famous Black Mountain Kgg Coal and you will use no other. Phone i i Av V. t.jummoiid -adv. Mrs. A. Myers and lit!tb daughter, of Bristol, arrived in I he (lap Sunday n|gltt to join Mr. Myorsi inunogcr of tie Berks Construction Comp iny Tliey mo slopping at the Monte ViStU Hotel. Ttimriti Kennedy, of the ? lap, bus accepted n position with Salver Wholesale Company hi \pp ilncliiu. Melviu C. Kly, of Washing ion. I >. i"., passed Ibrutigb the (iap Sunday en route 11Clones, yillo to v isit his family s'ev ? Bev. ICdgiir C. Burn/, return ed to hiss home in the (lap la-1 week from New York, wh.-ro fie W/lH called Sever il day s ago on account of the illness and .b ath of his mother. I let y? mr Coal. I call give ymi delivery on any quantity y on waul Prices i ighi a id lower than tbov will be tins fall, so bus now. "Phone pi. A . P. 11.million,I. adv. .\inlro\v II B. oiler, -iksisfdnt superiiiti'iidi'ni ai i Isaka, li ft liisl wei'k lor Washington. I). ('., where be will spend si.iiui' time with his mother ami sister. Mr. ami Mi-. < V ,1 P. Kelly. .?I Si ('hartes, spout a I fyv day ? in town this wool; with l)r and Mis. .1. W. Kelly. Kelly < iralutm, a telegraph operator from Ulueliold, spe|it a few days l ist u. - k visiting i- i lit i V IS ill this see! ion . Miss \t at tit! Brook i, of ApptL lachia. sp.nt Sunday in tin (lap with Misses Myrtle and Muttio N iekois; W K. Wolf,-, of Wild. r. spWni Sunday in the Gup with reliC The lilovd Guild Will meet witli Mrs. George K Taylor Thursday ufterilOnn at llilli.l Mrs. Keonard Kitttul returned to her home in Dot. Leoeolinty"; Friday alter spending suyerul days in tin* trap with her fath? er, K. IK Pony, who is very ill. liny Patrick, Keith Smith, joe Suiook and ''Pick'- Can troll went over to Bristol Satur? day dfteriioiiiii wbeni thuy at? tended a dance al the Oulliitry Club Saturday night and we're the guests of fiiemls Sunday. Paul .lessee returned homo Friday night from Bielimoml, where he was operated on s, \ oral weeks ago and was on the streets Saturday greeting Iiis many friends dppa'faillly much improved in hetillb. Then- will be a shurtugc of coal this fall ami prices will Ii ? higher, so buy now and save money. N one bettor than Black Mountain coal. l'lioiiu I'.i A. P Hammond, ? ndv, There is some talk of a Ki wiinis Club being organized in Big Stone (Jap! We understand a meeting will be called at once of those interested in this mat tor for tlie purpose of deciding what action will be taken. Bov. F. N. Wolfe, pastor of the Christian churches in the Gap ami al Appulnchia, who has been teaching at Stouegu, has resigned his position in nr. der that lie may devote his en. lire time to the ministry. Prof. Spivy, of Scott county, who has been teaching in the West Norton Bchool, has tilled tin: va? cancy tit Btpnega. W i ki r Jm ??<, Khip-prtiiter on the U S S. Oklahoma, arrived io tin) (Jap Sunday night to spend two week* visiting liia parents, Mr. and Mrs (.!. F.\ Jours. Till! Oklahoma had just returned with the Atlantic Pleot from ihuiieuveriiig grounds i near Soul h America. i KOI! SAI.K. ? <>ne twelve robin Iioiihc with three lots, good !e,?alien in plat one. One I three room house with two Iota in plat three at bargain. Apply ! to \V. S ltevet (ey ? adv. [ An aeroplane, ilbw over l?g St?he (lap oiio day last week, hill no one knew who the pilot : was or w here he was from, 1111 l'-ss it w as Lieutenniit hVrria, of I'meville. K\ , tin his way 16 \Vosl Virginia as the plane went in that direction. Mis. Sail) A. Huihty returned Sunday night lo her home in the Chip from Washington, Ii ('..whole -h- was the guest of friends for a few days aftei having accompanied i young girl front hear the L. e.' N stii lion here to the tvakota Purin near Wm-hingten. K< dt SA I.E Six and seven fl - I ein *! nut tel. posts. Ap ; ply to IO. W. Niek.d-t.- adv. Tie- United Daughters nf tin t onfederacy v\ ill tiieet next Wednesday. May 1' it i o'clock with,the. historian, Mrs, M ilcijll r ? ? llti'i linn is '.'<1 ?Irgiii Poets'' a tut I the inlflhblil - are i e.nie t-d to |.im.wer th- foil e ill with the ] (piotnl ii.'ii from poem written Dr ij I! .--nidi...I Iticliiiind^ njid III ijne Mi- ' irkle, of N'ot i, , uio'oi-, d to Ili,i i i.ip Sunday fin hi few liijii,s' visit with f i lends : Dr Smifii:is preparing to locati ti i ich iirjm whore he recently i ire I seine nie., property. did PI'ue nod ieine. I >r. Sijijth was . 11 m.n\ years head : Kiohltind.s and is widely known in -? aith'iyi - Vii'gjiniu as a ..-pi- udid jojt -tciaii and surgeon. I jriie W mivin's Minsljinariy So. Ctel.V will in-, t With Mi, W. II. ' ... !! i.,t ? ! . . , ,1.1., . , . ,ti .;i . i ol I :' : I ' : ? c},i , im! I Ivihgspori, 'I'. mi . general oUlce j tedien':. Appaiaehiji.Viil ? oilng M il o is .i live svne lind this ? in seciii in- stich it promising young mail t lift11hi ri tnd Pro y\ ? < I. dilti Is, wlio is 111 ten -.I - ed in Inc. -??. tiap riial estate W.I Aw hue, opposite tue ho. I 1. 11inn Dr! .1 \. liilmer lasl in !.. .'ii r CJblitl ? is one nf the largest hplividu ii holder.-. ot |..|:. in the to'.', ii. Woi.; on l he new residence of II\\ iieox i ^ progressing I nicely and wljl bocoiuploted as sooii is possible. .Mr. Wilon.v is ii| a in! :: PMit (if the new ilosjeiiy mi.; il I his pi te-,w Inch i . completed and now teaily for the in Moti.11 ii .a til the maeliiu ery , au i w ill he put mto opei i ? ion jnsi |i 'ii a - business c in.lit: .us will justify, which it i.. Imp. I iv.ill I,, i uritt i iiue mis ydur. I'hiH immense plant has cost approximately ? j iii,ili)il an.I is ..in- ..f the finest buildings: of tiie kind in the south. K. A Harn- r W lio Inis beim in (he \vh.h :l" beet Iniaines.s . Ill the I lap for rtfivei til ) e irs, Is preparing to move to Norton, when in- expects io establish a pack.ing iiidti try. .Mr. Darner I prefi rred t ? csl tibUsh a plant in ? .'.ig Slime ti in, hut tvuH unable lio socur..' a satiable aite for bis bit .u- s. ihs plant ai Norton wiii entip about boo hiiildreU thOusaiul d illars. I'.'iose own in- real i iiate be.rtf inakn a gri ? inistaike and binder the grow io oi iie- town by holding their pinpi i ty too high or fail iiig io give proper oiicoilrdge ninnt Iii men ili;i iritig to go into business at this idaee, Keily Witts First Game. S rib", Kelly, of l?g Stone Gap, win, went to Norfolk a few days ago to pitch in the State League, won his first, game last Wednesdity I nun Suf? folk by it score of 7 to 0. He had the Suffolk playera eatiug out of his hand, allowing them only three hils. Virginia Wholesale Company Incorporated APPALACH IA, VA. j_ ? JOBBERS OF =? -? Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions and Toilet A rt iclcs Try Our Sunshine Brand of Canned Goods Corh, Lima Means, Pork land Beans, Corn Kernels, I Succotash, Rod K 1 <l n e y Beans, all under our'special Wc arc hcsJquarU-r* Inr Carr) Ihc lollowinf hr.niJ?: Octagon Laundry and White Floating) Grandma's Naptha, Swift's Naptha, Octagon Nap? tha, Fels Naptha, etc. Toilet Soaps: Palmolive, Sydmorc's Tri-Cplor Assortment, Fairy. Your inquiries will receive our prompt attention. Wholesale Only, Nothing Sold at Retail A Little of Quality Is Worth A Lot of Quantity Scunt: people imagine they arc making a "good buy : yvhen the,' get a lot for theii mooey. Sometimes they get slung instead. It is lilie nourishment i i tlie I.1 that produces results. Bull? only adds to the load vein stomach must assiihilatc. We can not stell you goods below cost, hut we i'AN and W ILL .;i: it tiituc you ftio lstuHs that i obtain the greatest possible, amount ol nourishjm :it. i Iii tips basis ive ask' the favor of your patronage. F. L. MORTON Phone 129 GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH by btiyiitfj; yoiir I'amv Oils and Vaniish here, vvlieie yoil g<i dtjilla worth of ?pulity lor ever)' (t'tiniciirutl cotitri ymi spend, l.vciyhody know; that wehahdle lite Kcmibniy liriiiul ol I'.tints, lifted':ali o'vei the country for it , lasting 'piahtyj N'early everbody hero ahimts uses ii to <? oiiomicitl advantage. Make Hamblen Brothers Bio Storie (jap, Virginia How Old Are You? 25? 30? 40? 50? It really doesri'1 matter anyway. The vital question is: Have You A Savings Account? Ii you have not, yon should open one at once. It may 1 >t? your salvation in oltl age. You will be surprised how fast it will grow and what a source of satisfaction it will soon become. THIS BANK ESPECIALLY SOLICITS SAVINOS DEPOSITS The First National Bank of BIG STONE GAP > ?? -> ?> <? -> ?> ?> O ? ?> * ?? ?> ?? ?> .V.">.""j?.t* .> :?r-.>> .<-. , SCENTS MAKES DOLLARS^ ! "A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE" j| U ^- m '/A Wo save you mortey?Buy your groceries from us. Mi ' -A NLW l-TvKSH LINE-? $ All goods delivered promptly. 'Phone 215 PURITY GROCERY |^5j_<> -->: -> <-. ? ?? ?>. -<- .?? >? ?? r->": j?-r -*.>r.^.>^*::.y^J South-West Insurance Agency Iticorporntoil b'ire, Life, Accident and Castiality In surauce. Fidelity and Other Bonds Rectl Estate and Commission Brokers.; BIG STONE GAP, VA.