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IHK lU(i STUNK O?r l'UST.
WKDNKSDAY, A?tl. IT, l?21 Puhl nlnil Krerjr \V?ilu?*a?jr Oy tli? W'iSK PHIN TINO COMPANY. lnr?r|H>ntl*il. UILUHKT N. KNiaHT. - Kclltor. LINDSBY J HORTON, A?'l Edltoi Uno Y?>iu. - - - SLBO Six Monti.i. - ,7B Tom? Months. - .'?O Kutorol Kcconlhm ic> niwital reftitlittioii* ?t tin. poM bOtaa at Itlc: Nlone linp M ??! ood-diMa matter ABINGDON TEAM PLAYS HERE Tln> Alnngdnn bit?o linll team, together wuli tin- business men's clllb, who uro louring t Ii im Rootion, |ilayiiil Ilm Kit? Sinne l)n|i loam hero Motel iv afternoon am! were defeated by Ii score of i. to !. It was ox. deeding!)' close up to tho ifl'fjrliill inning when the locals miitlo four scorns by some extra lianl hitting. 'Ilm Tust two sc :? were litutlo on two successive three baggers, by Charlie ami Orooii Lolly, hut the latter was cut ilown at the plate I'iorHou walke,I ami came home mi Slemp's hot one tillHUgh short A siting of hits in the eighth by the (wo I'olly hoy a, t Ivphoi h ami a three bane hit liy I'iorHon lit-11oil four scores. Laue pi t ell Di I a gill edge giuno for the home team ami allow oil only one hit ami one run which came in the eighth when Kahle whlkeil ami ivriiii to second mi un error ami came hoiite mi a single The ('milling ami hat ling of the local-, weie the main feat un s. INNINiiS I '.' :t I fi s ; s (i It II Hi,- Stone (l?|l o n o ! I.I i k III Abliigilun o n o o.i i a I i Batterie??Um. mill Slcnin EN I LK I AINMEN I Miss Margaret Lyons, uf Hog ei hville. Tonn , will give hi oil tertaiumetll in the school amii turtum lure on Wednesday night, August 24tli, under the. auspices of the Woman's Ilium Missionary Societ) of the Methoilial church Miss Lyons is a grailtiale oi the HyriUt \V King School of Kxpressioil it I'lttshurg ami is i|iiite tah nteil. She has given a liUinher of on. lurtaiumentH at oilier places that Were highly pleasing. This will he her lirsi appearance in Hig Stone tiap ami it is hoped tdiu will he greeted with a goo.I ?iiieil audience. camp meeting Tucker's camp-meeting will begin August 22, 1921< in tlio grove nl the end of Kusl fifth Street, Hig Stone (lap. Vn I'h.' public is cordially invit cd to attend thotin services. There will be good singing an d gonil preucbing to be enjoyed for one week or more. The n.ling will lie unilor the tiu s|.s ot the colored churches of the city, ItKV S 1, Tick Kit, Mgr. notice! All parties owing tuxes find witter r.'iit must innku sottlo-1 monl ;it mice so I can sottlo with the l"wn council on the lust diiy of this month, tlio lime hiy presold terni >>f ofllco ox pires. I' II. Kks'nkoy, Truns, ndv. I i1ea Frical Wesley Harry's dehiil on the screen ns ti slur in "Dinty." which will he shown n t Ilm Aniu/.u Theater, Thursday, Au? gust isih, is the crowning achievement of the freckle file oil youngster's meteoric career nod n Iritmiph f.?r tbnl wizard of the silent, driiiiiii, Marshall Neilan, wliii create I and pro? duced this remarkable photo play. As "Dinty" O'Sullivniii a lighting Sin I'Vunoiseb news? boy, young Hiirry, under the masterful direction of Neilan, has completely captivated his tuiilionces, In his own inimit? able way he brings out the tears and laughs at will. How Dinty becomes king of j the Newsbiiy's Trust, winks his way into the good graces of I be tissistiiiil district attorney, uids III tile ICC.IV.IS ill Ills It it iiccu Who bus been kidnapped h> a gang of Malay half-hreeiln, ami' engineers a little roillUIIC? ilf Ins own, is revealed in .me "I tin- best ami most iinhjiie Ulms of the screen. Pretty i '.ill.'en Moore, as line c.ii O'Snllivnn, plays tin im? portant rule, and h.-r clovet 1 work is one nf (ho outstanding feat in es iif i be product ion, With a spleii.lnI cast, nil 11 n j usual story and excellent phn lographv, "Dinty V is one of Ilm linest ti I hi entertainments of? fered in this cnihmunily this season adv Sol.1 children who w ish t.. save moil' \ I hey earn dining v licit ioii inn secure thrift hanks without charge from tile Savings Division ul life Trens itr> depai iin. nt itcqunsts for tIm banks should be mailed to i lie lid vein men I Savings Organ-1 izatinh; Wot l.'.'s. I!icbiiinml, Vit. I Falin Acquitted. Ilirain Kalin, who killed Lee UhetMur I>\ cutting Ins throat ill this place about a month ago. wan acquitted before a .jury at Wise on last Thursday. The evidence introduced at the trial showed thai Kalin acted purely in Kelt-defense. The defendant was represented by Attorney Lave Kennedy, of Wise. Kalin has bbeil u resident of l?g Stone t lap for more than twi nty years ami is regarded as a pence able citiz.cn. II. .1. Lnuxman, of St. Louis, arrived in tho l lap last Thurs? day whereho will spend several days with his wife. Mrs. Lalix man, who was formerly Miss Knill I,mos. of the I lap, who has been spending a few weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. <i l?\ Jones. Mrs. I .an \ man went down to Louisville hist Wednesday to n.t him. Mr. ami .Mrs. .1. I'aill Home and little daughter, Madge, ,,f Kxetor, have been Hpcuiliug several daj s in .he flap with Mrs. Home's mother, Mrs. X.Q, Money. Mr. Homo wris recent? ly appointed iissiainui hu peri u' teudeiit of lioda Mines Tilling the vacancy made ti >. I'.. Hogers, who was made superin (Ohdcili at kiiokee. W'ANTKI.)- Ambitious, edu? cated, Wise L'ouiiiy represen? tative Hltideiit l|llhlif> eonimei cial position; jdSqp salary guar? anteed; f,:!11'! scholarship fu-o. Proposition, application blank, j Investigate, Piodmoni Husi-' itoHH College, Lyiichburg, V,i. Tim Rpwortll League of the i lap entertained the Kpworl h League, of A ppalachia. on last Krida) afternoon with a picnic. < hi account of the ram the pie- ? nie wan held n 'he AriilOry ' Stunts anil gunies of all kinds | wete enjoyed ami id stv o clock j a picnic lunch consisting of ey. j ei v thing good to eat wasserv.: ed. A g.I delegation repre? senting the leiigiie uf Appala chili was pre- . n' Mr. ami Mrs (i. |i .lenkiliM ami daughter, M iss Nell, return-1 ed last week from a three weeks' auto tiip through Tennessee. They motnrcd to McMiniu lib-, where tlu-ir daughter, Mis Itiihy, is taking a course al tin Southern School of Photogra? phy, and Miss Ituby joined Ihelii ami t In - v viaileil relatives at Wilb-tie, Huydoiihurg, N ash villi- und other points in Ten? nessee They travel,,! about l,|on miles ,,nd did not even hav e to pump up a I ire. M r .1 ink ins is l?g Stone ( lap's pop 11 hir photographer. v I HL C Lti 4o ila&t effect it mtatr th" bknit. thc way thin tliln>r. keeps popping lip. the other night. i BROKE all rules. and read n IiIfIi brow book and here's n hoi one. that it hltniteil in,.. "MANY of UH Hint. that taste arf.ir.li. one of I ho (airly. dependable satisfactions. of everyoay llvlnri and it f.mi. upon long ronecUon. that satisfaction. COMES close !,i being! the long liotlfiht. highest good'" of course (hilt i n i written with tbo oxjbl AND polish to Which. WE ARE AtVllfttftiriCVr. HUT ITS a mouthful as you'll ngroo if v.in. just put il Into i united states. Ilk,. Ho.. "son, you'll lie running. on four lint lin n. if you .hin t hurry. and wrap \ ,ur . If ar,mini. the only el :.irwtto 1 hat satis) i es." 'T'lJEV Satisfy": -iiolhinc I else, so u, || ,|, fioriboB Ches tcrfiehls' mildness, tln-ir mcllow ni lliclr delirin y of aronin anil ?mooth, even "My." it took tl..' finest vurieti. * ,,f Turkish un.l Domestic totiaccus to Ho it -an.l the hiKhf.it . rdi r .<( skill in blcnilinp th, in. Yes, thii Ches? terfield blend la a secret. It can't ic eopii it. Have .i i'ii .<?, ii the new AIR-TIGHT tint at SO? C IGARfiT TBS I.iix-.rrr U Mvtus Tobacco Co. ou Are Cordially Inv to visit our store and inspect the new and moderately priced stock of Fashionable Wearing Apparat for Fall and Winter we have just received. It's no adventure for you to take; rather it's a stern reality. It's the quality one desires to remain long" after the purchase has been for? gotten. QUALITY, therefore, is the essential and sensible feature we endeavor to secure. Prices Have Been Greatly Reduced but the high standard of our merchandise has been maintained; FULLER BROTHERS APPALACH 1 A, VIRGINIA Mrs. (?im Mntiser spent; lust Kinlnv in Hnsinl iiinl attended llif Woman'* Auxiliary of Iii? A mm iran I n-gion. Misses (ira.-r ami Myrtle Wolfe, ol \Vnsllill3rtoll, 1?. C , arrived in ihn i fap S a tu lit a V ii 114 Ii I I > spend a six weeks vn. ?ration willi their puioulH, Mi. ami Mi-. I?. <\ Wulff. ? - . Goo. linebtick, nf Stonegu, -pi nl Suinlax il| tllf Gap With In.-, wife, wlin is visiting her pnrehts, Mr. ami Mrs. I>. (J. Wulff. Mm A it. White, of Tnzo. ft nil, ami daughter. Mrs \\ 1' Si'nit, of Norfolk, are visiting Mrs. While's son, Hr. W. II. White. Mis T. T. Little iiml tvvn children, who have hopn spuml nig several weeks in Ilm flap with Mis. Little's parents. Mi. ami Mrs 1' 1 >. Von tinnier, ro I ill mil t n tlioir liome 111 M I,lilies horo last werk. Mrs. .1. I'. Wolfe ami daugh? ter, Miss Margaret, left Tubs iluy afternoon fnr Kiehinond ami Haltnnore. .I mimic Allen and Harry \Vampler, of Bristol, are visit, ing frieiuls in the (lap tins week. Mr. iiml Mrs Thompson Hay lor, of Aliing.ion, spent Monday in the 'lap, guests of Mr. 11ml Mrs. C 1' Long. Mr. I lavier is a number of the A Il? lusion team anil he played ill the game Monday afternoon. Miss Georgia Himtwick, of Hriniol, spent the week-end in the (lap with hemefolks Mr. ami Mis. Knuden Hanks spent hist week lit Metulota with relatives und friends Dave Sargent, Jr., spent last week with relatives unit friends at Gate City and Bristol .1 I'. Wolfe, left Wednes? day morning on a business trip to Amarillo, Texas, mid other points in the I'tiubtindle of that stute. Cords Fabrics Low Cost Mileage For the Big Car livery FiskTirC is? gUar nntec thai yini will get mileage at low cost. For satisfaction, safety and economy you buy a "sui t.' tiling'' when you buy Fisk Tires. Y?u are sale when you buy a known and repu? table product at a low price Sold only by Dealers J. A. MORRIS South-West Insurance Agency lncorp6rntoil Eire, Lite-, Accident and Casuality In surancc. I''idslity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. B|G STONE GAP, VA.