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Sky-High "We used Pyrox on tomatoes and applci and it has proven entirely satis? factory. It certainly does knock the tot sky-high when used on tomatoes, and our apples this year are the best we have ever had."?CRUMPLKR Me rcIIANoISB Co.. Crumpler, W. Va. You can prevent tomato rot and at the same time protect the crop against bugs, worms and disease if you spray with Pyro* W a imooth, creamy paste which only artJi to he ntiinl with water, h sticks lite palni and pro? tect! ihr crop ilurinr; all the growing season; It ii juit 4i good lot potatoes, apples, cucumbers, etc., n it it lor tomatoes, , Cict this I'yrox Crop Dbok; ft teil? how to pro? tect your crops against bu'gs^ ?ormt and ilitcoe. A?t lor a copy. - Kelly Drug Company LOCAL ITEMS. Iii.' H.tptist Woman's Mis? sionary Society will meet ut the church mi Thursday nfternoon ui .1 i o'clock. Mini Nell Vim Qordor return eil ?diurdoy to her home in the (lap from near Columbus, I duo, where she hau boon leaching achool. MiHs Lois Doll, of Jonesvillo, who formerly taughI in the Uap', ami tirHt cousin, Miss Nan Anderson, of Norton, have been spending several days in Washington, l>. C. Mr ami Mrs. Clarence liilmer und children returned to their home in the < lap last week from a visit to relatives in Lebanon. Mrs .1..). Kelly, .1 r , who was operated on ut the Norton lion pi Ml last week, is reported as unproving. Mr. ami Mra. M. 11. limber mi,I two children have relumed from a few days visit tu rela? tive* in Urislol. ijupt. atnl Mrs. .1. .1. Kelly, Jr., and children Hponl a few ilftyH al Wise high school com uiuuccihent exercises. .Mrs. Kli/.u J. Harrm spoilt a : few day s al Josephine last \s e'ek ! with her graiid*ilaught?ir, Mrs. Kreil Troy. Mrs. tJeorgo Hotts and son, of ; Pebnington (lap, lias boon > upending several days with rel stives in the tlap. ! i iM a I t i l'LA NTS??Uriuimor, I'iitk and CJolden I'omlerosa, Beefsteak ami Stone. Phone ur write Limlsoy Horton. Adv. II K. Vox returned Saturday lliorilliig from a few days bum j nuss trip to Kentucky. Mrs. .1. M. Voting nod daugh? ter, Miss Hess, of Stonega, spoilt Sunday in the tlap visiting rel Lofton l''lanary, who is mil uhiyed us stock bliydr for the United States Con I & Coke t-'niiipuny, ut Lynch, Ky.. wus visiting friends in the (Jap Sun? day afternoon. John H. Hailey, mail carrier tin Heute ,'i out of Uliiiger,upHiil Sunday in town with his family. rhu three fastest modes of I'oinniunicntinii are Telegraph, telephone and Toll-o-VVomuu. oiie "llnsb," Amn/.n. Thursday. Mr ami .Mrs. Chun, K. Kleenor and lannls were among thoso from the tlap who intended the singing convention near Jones ville Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Kelly, who was lakeil to the Norton Hospital last week, is improving. Miss Lizzie Cecil, of Drydon, ?t>ent Sunday in the (lap with her sister, Mrs. Ulake Wainpler. "he Woman's Missionary So ciety \vil| meot with Mrs. Uroa ?er Phursday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Fancy peaches, fresh vegeta? ble* and fruits tins week.?Puri-: l) Grocery, Hie Store with a! Conscience. Phono 215?adv. Mr; and Mrs. W. II. Polly and j two small children, Virginia1 ttI"l W. IL, J r., of Penningion Uati, spoilt a few days in the l'up last week with relatives. Mr; and Mrs. Otis Motlser and *u". Ulis, Jr., are upending a davs tbiB week in Wash-! ?OKlou, 1). O. \ i Miss Fannie Bass, of Middles l)orn. formerly of the Onp it< visiting friends herd this week. Mr. ami Mrs. Brauch Kennedy, of Cleveland, Vu., uro viaitiuK relatives in the (lap this week arid attonded the graduation exorcises <>f their daughter, Miss Trtiltt Kennedy. Dr. l\ B. Bowyer, of Sliiuega, is spending several days in Richmond whorO he uccotripu hied Iii? mother, i>f Bmory,V:tt., to :i hospital fur treatment, Mrs. .1. I,. MnConnick und daughters, Mrs, Hay Hull and MisH Helen McCdrniick and Miss Beverly Taylor, spent a few limit h shopmg in Norton Monday. If the skeleton in your closet i" a pro-inurridgo false step, lock the door und throw away the key. Amu/.ii Thursday night.?adv. Itlake Wumpler and daughter, Nell, and niece, .Sue Wumpler, Spent a few hours in Norton Sunday afternoon. Miss Hess Htiey left last Sat? urday night for Cincinnati, wiii re she will spend her three Weeks vacation with relatives. Mrs. Ilurvoy Brown, of F.l derailo, Ark., who was former? ly Miss iVlury Skeon, arrived in the ' lop Saturday, where she will spend some time visiting her parents, Judge and Mm. II. A. W. Skeon. The Lloyd Guild will meet al lilt the church Thursday after? noon at 'li',10 o'clock for the pur ptise tif cleaning it. All inoni hers are requested to he present ul this time. W; T. Ooodloe returned Sat urddy to his home in the (lap from a three weeks visit to his old home in Alton, near Char? lottes ville, Vn, Mr. and Mrs. .1. folk Wolfe and hahy sou returned Sunday m truing to their home in John? son City after spending a few days in the (lap visiting rein lives. Mr. and Mrs. W. K L'eck and three daughters, who have heen spending several days in the tlnp the guests of Dr. and Mrs. \V. (i. Puinter,returned Tuesday lo their home at Coal Creek, Tenu. They made the trip ov? erland in their louring cur. A man's mind can make a mountain of a uille-hill. A wo? man's explanation can never reverse the order of things. "Hush," Atnu/.u Thursday, ltd v. Dr. .1. W. Kelly mid little daughter, Margaret, anil grdnd duughter, Kutheriue Painter, returned last Friday from Mo hile, Aid., where Dr. Kelly at? tended a medical meeting for a fow days, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Folk Wolfe and hahy, of Johnson City, Teuu., spent several days hero lust week visiting .Mr. Wolfe's parents. Builiwick Cnlunthu Jolidn, u registered Holstein Bull will serve a limited number of cows for u fee of three dollars to ho puid when the cow brings her calf.?John B. Payne.?utlv. \V. It. Otey, of the Central Supply Company, Andover,Va , has recently purchased two lots in Dig Stone (Jap, near the hall park, ami intends to build a home on them during the sum? mer. Today is your lust chance to pay dog tax. Uuuie Warden will he hero Thursday to enforce collection.?udv. Mr. and Mrs. Wade T?te und baby son, of Roda, were in ibo Gap Sunday. Mrs. Kd Tale and three and children Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wumpler accompanied them to East Stone Gap after the. memorial service at the cemetery und spout u few hours with relatives. Mrs. .Malcolm Smith will leave Thursday morning for Kudford to attend the graduating exer? cises of her niece, Miss Frances Scott, who has been attending ?Cliool ul the State Normal School the past session, Harry and Sam Wumpler, of Bristol, are visiting friends in the (Jap this week . FOB SALE Extra lino Vnb huge ami tomato plants in va? rieties; scarlet sage, dahlia tu? bers, Norway maples, schrub ery, etc Apply to Mrs .1. (i Mnucy.?ad v. 20-if i I Sidney Mullius, who has been attending the University of I Virginia the past session, re? turned to his home noni the Southern dopt last week Supt. ami Mrs. F. A. Comp tou und two little daughters, Virginia ami Helon, of Douhar. are spend ing a few 11 ?_\ s in town this week attending the grad? uating exercises of their neicu and nephews, Miss Titili K-'ii nedy, K. Ltiuuilild Kdward Bird. Mr. and Mrs ('. F. Bird and children spent a few hours in Norton one afternoon lust week Today is your last chance to pay dog tax. Game Warden will be hero Thursday to enforce collection -adv. Appulai'hiu now has a base bull team and defeated St Charles <> to .r> a few days ago They expect to play two gUlllOS > u week und the pnoulo of Appa lachia should help make it a success.?I udepondent. Mrs. A. U. Hoggs ami little son, of Stanford, Conn., with Mrs. Faul .lohn Hueltuur, of New York city, niece and sister! of Mrs. John H. Tucker, are visiting in the (lap. Mrs. BoggB and son, will spend the summer here. Mrs. Iluolttlor relumed 'to New York Saturday. PLANTS FOR SALE ? old Kentucky White. Nancy Hall, Norfolk Vellow; Japanese Yam and Southern Quben Sweel Po? tato Plants. Phono or wriio to LihtUey Horton, Big Stone Gap, \ n.-rAdv. The lust two items under the Rodit News in our lust issue should have appeared on our local page. In making up the paper for the press these items got transferred in some way und was uoi discovered until the paper was printed. Miss Jones, of Cincinnati, is visiting Mrs. A. I). Owens, in the Gup. Today is your last chance to pay dog lux. Gaino Warden will he here Thursday to enforce collodion.?adv. The Big Stone (lap hnse bull team was scheduled to play a game at Penuillglotl (lap Sat? urday afternoon, but for some unknown reason a number of players failed to show up at the appointed hour for leaving here, and the gnme had lo be post poned. It is said the Penning, ton funs were greatly disap? pointed us a large number had already assembled on the grounds. FARM FOR S ALK? Con? taining 1 ''? 1 - acres located with? in one mile of East Stone Gap on pike road. \- acres in pas? ture und I acres in line timothy unit clover. Fencing ill good condition, practically new. Wu. ler on premises. For further particulars write or sou J. h. (ilily, Big Stone Gap, Vu.?udv (Joorge Cdleninn, a young southpaw pitcher who played with the Stonega team lust year, is now pitching for Rris tol in the Appalachian League. Ho shut out Greeheville, the league lenders, last Friday by u score of i to nand allowed them only four hits. Announcement for Mayor. i aniiounce my name as candidate for re-election for niayor it the coining .lime election. I have tried to en lon e the laws With juatide and Impartiality. 1 expect to lie supported l>y tlut Lot abiding eittxena regardlcas nf potitica, and do not ?eck the votes el' boolleu^ors .tnd those against the enforcement m the i.ot w. .i. housi.i;y. To the Voters of the Town of of Big Stone Gap. i hereby announce myself a candidate for Treasurer of '.he town of Hin Stone Gip, Virginia, at tin: general election tu bo held June nth. 1021. i shall appre? ciate the Mi|>|ioit of the yolara and prom? ise. If elected, to serve the people of the town in tho future us i have in the past, lo the host, of my ability, Very reaiwcMutly, I'. If. KENNEDY. 'Squire T. J. Templeton was over from Appuluclnu Tuesday. 'Squire Templeton has i> u^111 n farm in Tennessee anil will move in tue near future.?Uale City Herald. Lindsey K Hurtsoek, of Wise county, was in town Thursday. He will visit his purents, -Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hartsoclc, at Midway, and other relatives and friends for ten days before returning ?Hate City Herald. Mrs. Ohas. Fisher, of Wichi? ta. Kans., who has 'been the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. K. Cochran, was the honoree of a number of delightful parties last we,!:. Mrs. T. R,Cochran oh tertuined on Wednesday two. weeks ago with live tallies of Curds, Mrs H P. Warner enter? tained with cards on Tuesday afternoon al the Monte Vista I Hotel and Mrs II. A. Alexander entertained last Wednesday at her home in lmtiodou. KINAI. NOTICE! All persons in the town of Big Stone Uap, who fail to return their assessment blanks to me on or before Juno the 3rd will be assessed by the commission? er as provided by law. Respectfully, S. R. Jksskk, adv Commissioner Revenue. A Surprise Wedding. Miss Lake Beverly, of Wise, and Hugh Williams, of this place, were quietly1 married Sal-1 urday, May Jim" Knv. .1 M. Smith pei formed the ceremony, after which they caught the L. iV N. train for several points in Kentucky where they spent several days returning Wednes? day evening. They are stop? ping al the homo of Mr. Wil liams' parents for a few weeks, after which they will make their future home at Ionian, where Mr. Williams holds u position as foreman on the county road. Used Car for Sale. Having two cars ami needing only one, 1 oiler for sale one Knger Seven Passenger Tourist t'ar in excellent condition, For particulars address or see Jl-tf R 'I'. hcVINK. Dance lo be Given Friday Night. I'he Hig Stone Athletic (Jlliti have issued invitations lo the June dance Which will be given Friday evening, Juno ilrd in the Armory. Music will be furnish? ed by "The Sunshine Orches? tra," of Bristol. Ihitieing will be from 0 p in to :| a. in. The chaporoncs listed on ilia invita? tions are Mr. ami Mrs. I). I'.. Savers, Mr. ami Mrs W. C Shunk, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. (lood win NOTICE! A P. Hammond is side agent for our Fumolis Slack Mountain Coal. Buy from him and gel the liest ami buy now. Black Mountain Minim; Cm. utlvT Special Service. There will be a special service at the Southern Methodist church next Sunday. This ser vice will be conducted by the laymen. There will he some good speaking and good music. All are invited '.o be present. The pastor goes lo Klllorv iV Henry Collogo on that day to preach the annual V. M C A. sermon. Mrs. Alexander Entertains. Mrs. II. A Alexander of Im bnden, Vit., entertained with I tables of 500 at her home last Wednesday afternoon in honor .if Mrs. Charles K. Fisher, of Wichita, Kans., who is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. U. Cnchruu. Those present were: Mcsdames Alsover, Owens, Warner, Sloehr, Shunk, 0. C. Cochran, T. R Cochran, Fisher, McCormick, Wells; llagy, Ir? vine, 1'earson, Savers, Sullitt, K.d (ioodloe and Miss Low. First pri/.e won by Mrs Karl Sloehr; 2nd, Mrs. Irvine, booby, Mrs. U. 0. Cochran; Oue.st prize, Mrs. Charles K. Fisher. To the Voters of Big Stone Gap. I am it candidate for mayor, the elec? tion to ho lu lu .I nun M, ?nd I solicit your tupuort, ak well a? the moral aupuort of all prospective voters Your nueresl in community welfare is my interest; ami if I am elected, I shall expect your coilllu nt'ii ailviee ami cooperation in the main, tenanoe of law ?nd unter, in Um develop? ment ol our resources ami in the im provcineut of our InatitutlonA over which the town has authority. Yours very Will/, J. I*. WOLb'K. on Penn. Vacuum Cup Tires From Present Price List. 1^ I? 13> J? With each purchase of a Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tire you will be given a tori-tested inner tube. This exceptional offer is good only For the month of May so don't fail to take advantage of it. A guarantee on a basis of ?.o?? miles Koes with each Vacuum Cup Tire sohl. F. A. Baker's Garage _BIG STONE CAP. VIRGINIA_ Coal! Coal! Roda or Keokee BLOCK $6.00 Per Ton Delivered. Special price on winter supply. Long's Coal Yard BUY YOUR COAL FROM THE Wise Supply Company Black Mountain Egg Coal $6.00 PER TON Virginia Wholesale Company I incorporated; " ^. APPALACHIA, VA. =- JOBBERS OF ' Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions lind Toi 161 Ailiclrs Try Our Wc ^ca^iiu'i','-'''t Laundry & Toilet Soaps Sunshine Brand ?l Canned (inods Corn. Lima Beans, Pork and I '.cms, t a ii n Kci nrls, Succolasli, Reil K id n c y Brans, all under mir special label. Carry ihr lellowlni brand*' Octagon Laundry and White Floating, (iiaiultna's Naptlia, Swift's Naptlia, Octagon Nap tha, Eels Naptlia. etc; Toilet Soaps-. Palmolive, Sydiritkre's Tri-Color Assortment, F iirv. Your inquiries will receive our prompt attention. Wholesale Only, Nothing Sold at Retail CENTS MAKES DOLLARS | V "A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE" | m ^=- ?=_ M We save you money?Buy your groceries from us. \)i ;)}! A NEW FRESH LINE-i}j pi All goods delivered promptly. 'Phone 215 1 ?UR1TY GROCERY I Reliable Repairing Kapert workmanship and n aqiiard deal?that'll what y.?u get when you 1 y let iih il?> your repairing ;?? ? We know how to get at .ill kinds of motor troubled ami wu know what to <A do when wc tin t them. Priens Always Reasonable Vgeiil for Chevrolet Motor C'araand Columbia liattarleii. J.A.MORRIS. - - Big Stone Gap. Va. fiimaBBEfEiBffi^ South-West Insurance Agency i ncorporntoil Fire, Life, Accident andCasuality In surance. Eidslity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. BIG STONE CAP. VA.