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Norton, Va. LIBERTY CAFE an^SS "Never Saw A Bug" "The potatoes thflt 1 sprayed with Pyrox kept ersco. until the frost killed them, -without a sign of blight. I ncrcr saw a bug on them after using Pyrox. It is easier 10 apply than any mixture 1 have ever used, and will not . wash oil in the heaviest showers."?L. A. LlTTLEPIELD, winner of the first pri^cof $200 in a Maine potato grour^. ing contest. kills the bugs as fist as they appear, auJ pre* vents bli;;ht and rot. Use it on the yuun? plants before bugs or blights get their ?tart.; Get this Pyros Crop Hook. It Ulla hj.. to yro" tcci jour crops again;! ? u ?, vrbnus aud disease; .Ad& fur a cjyy. Sold in one and five pound cans. We also carry Arsenate of Lead and Pari Green. KELLY DRUG COMPANY Zi/ic S/toxct/t Store Big Stone Cap, - Virginia LOCAL ITEMS. Judge E, T. C arter, o( date City, spent Sunday night in the ? iap. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Smith spent a few days the past u eel; in tilackshurg and other Virginia cities. Unfits Pettit, of Beatyyille, Ky . has lieen spending -everal days in the flap the guest of ln^ si^ let. Mis. j. F. Rullitt. Jr. Deaconess Blanch Adai'iss, ?ii Kcokce.spent the week end in the I iap with friends. I?. A. Sargent and little daugh? ter, Ruth, spent Sunday visiting relatives in Gate City. FOR RENT,?single front riKiin. lust floor, next to Cariies' hoarding honst?Apply Mrs. J.H. Wren.- adv. A. P. Hammond and G'. Hop Slniler were in Norton Friday a lew hunts demonstrating the Du rnt automobile for tin- Loitesbme Pine Motor Company, Mis. J. M. Baker returned last week from a several days visit t" llrist,,l and Johnson < !ity. Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. I lettre;l.. Lane at their home in Ihe Lap last Wednesday nigh'. .1 boy weighing eight pounds. Mr.-.. Lane was formerly Miss Mary Harr? 01. Mrs. Edgar C. Hum/ and two small children ami mother, Mr-. Woof, left this week for Alexan? dria, Ya.. where they will spend a few days with Mr. Blirnz, who ,;s attending school then-. They will also visit in New York In fore returning home. Mrs. J. W. 1 itintner and chil? dren and Mrs. Gregory Thpinas, of Appalachia, spent a feu hours in town Sunday afternoon visit? ing Mrs. E. F. l ate. The Big Stone Gap Music Study Cltib will meet with Mrs. I). B. Pierson on Wednesday afternoon May 17th. The subject for the afternoon will be "Rithehstfein." Mrs. Robert Graves, of Bristol, spent a few days in the Gap the past week the guest of her cous? in, Mrs. C, C. Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cocbrah left Monday morning for Richmond. V'a., where they will spend a tew weeks visiting then daughter, Mts. W. (i. Hopkins; Mrs. R, M. Amos, accompanied by her daughter, little Miss Louise, was over from Croniona, Ky., last week consulting I >r. Miles, the eye specialist, of Nor? ton. They" also visited Mrs. Autos' brother, I. E. Bodv, in the Cap. ( irele No. 1 of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. (.). Smith, Thursday af? ternoon at .1 o'clock. Mlllivlin MulliilS returned to the (iap last Friday night alter spending several months in Roa noke. Miss Doris Warner, who lias a position in the general offices of die Stonega Coke and Coal Com? pany, left Sunday morning ior a two week's vacation visit to St. Louts ami De Soto, Mo. Ii. G. Rennet. <>f Chilhowie. has accepted a p<i-~ttn>:i with the Min? eral Motor Company. Mrs; W. K. Wolfe and little daughter, of Wilder, spent last week in the Gap with Mr. and , Mr-. (i. M. Hrown. I rank Still gill is quite ill at his : Inuiie in the t iap. I Mrs. \V. A. Haket and Miss I'.nima Duncan -pent Saturday ; in Itristol -hopping. Mi-- Juhct Knigiit returned tu her home in tile (iap Monday night alter a week's visit to friends at Bristol, Abingdon and l aiiota . Mr ami Mr-. \Y V Head spent la-t Thursday in Knoxville where Mrs. Head had some dental work Idone. K. I). I.e-lie was called last I week to hi- home in Huntington, I \V. \ a., on account oi the serious ' illness oi his lather. Mrs. Malcolm Smith is attend? ing the district meeting of the United I laughter- of the Confcd-j ' ei ac v in Pearisburg this week. \V. Ri Willis, of Somerset. Ky., a former resident of l?g Stone Gap, bill w ho has been located in ? Kentucky for several years, is spending this week in town visit ing his brother, J. M. Willis, and many other relatives and also 'greeting many of his old time friends. Mis- Bruce Skeen is spending this week hi Middlcshorn with relative- and friends. FOR SALM?Used four bur? ner oil stove. Ten dollars. Ap? ply Western Union.?adv. Any one interested in town or school is cordially invited to join j the Community League. Slail $1.00 and your name to Mrs.A. D. Ow?hS then come to the next meeting and receive your wel? come, i In the future my Holstein Hull will serve cows for a lee of $.1.00 CASH ONLY.?lohn B. Payne. |?adv.9tf. I Rev. C. Smith, of Lynchburg', . held services in the Episcopal I church Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Pres? ton Adams at their home in J?se : phine last Saturday,a fine girl, i making the eleventh child that ! has-been born tii them. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. liorsmaii, of the Xoi ton Flora) Company, were I ill town Sunday morning. i have all kinds of b'.arly Toma? to Plants.also Pimento and S.vcet Pepper, Cabbage, eis. I'rices reasonable.? L. J. Horton.?adv F.. A. I lamer spent Saturday in Louisyille^'on business. I Mrs. Floyd Witt and daughter. j Mrs. Charles Witt, spent the week end at Dltnbar with rela? tives. Mis- Ruth Watson, of Norton, who has been working in Kelly's Drug Store for several months, has resigned her position. Mr. and Mrs. t >.L. Maddox and children, of Appalachia, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hilton in the Gup. Mrs. Sally A. Bailey and Miss Georgia Seaton. who have been teaching at Esscrville, have re? turned to their homes in the Gap. Their schools closed Thursday. Telephone or see Mrs. Otis Mottser it you need band-made rompers or dresses for the little ones from ,t to K years. FOR, S?LE.?2 fresh cows. Prices and terms to suit purchas? er.?J. N. Moore, K. 1". D. No. I, Pig Stone Gap, V'a,?adv. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. E. F. Burgess Thursday af? ternoon at 1 :.U). Mi. and Mr>. Sam McCluen spent Sunday at St. Charles vis? iting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pres cott. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Flecuor, Mr. and Mrs. G.b>. Jenkins motored to Stickieyvitie Sunday. COMMUNITY 1.KA?UK HOLDS REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING The Community League held its regular monthly meeting on May .ird at the school building with twenty-live members and visitors present. The new president, Mrs. 1. ('. Taylor, presided, and the meeting was opened with prayer followed )>y the reading of the Constitu? tion and By-Laws of the League. A li-t of tin- league members was read and m-w members called for. Eleven asked to have tlteii name enrolled. The following chairmen iverc chosen: Mrs. X. II Salver, Fi? nance Committee; Mrs. R. It. Tinsley, Road and Street Com? mittee; Mr-. M A. Cox, Mem? bership Committee; Mr. A. I.. Witt.Sanitation and Health Colli in it t cc. Prof. Suifridge made a very interesting and enthusiastic speech on the school and the re? lation of the league to tin- school. This was followed bv a splend? id talk by Mr A. I.. Witt on road and other improvements neces? sary; No further business was discussed at length, so tin- meet? ing adjourned to be held the lust Wednesday in June. SFMI-ANNUAL REFORT OL OSAKA RED CROSS BRANCH This report shows the amount of tin- public funds in tin- ( Isaka Red Cross treasury ami now they have been used. A public fund of $S4.t>-l was turned over t.. the Red I foss By Stipt. Green.-v.The following is an itemized account of the funds raised by the club : Picture shows .$29.80 Sewing am) candy . 11.26 Receipts (net) frohi tacky purty . 60.00 TotuI .$178.79 The amount spent: The loom closet.$12.39 Sewing material . 16.39 c heck for moving pictures . .. 13.12 Groceries for Mrs. Brown. . . . 3.18 Help for Conroy family . :i.:if. Groceries for Mrs. Ne.ily .... S. 19 Laundry.If> Medical treatment for Mr. II llummonil . ,60.00 Total .$100.117 The amount made .$178.79 FxpelKtitures . 100.07 Amount left .$ 72.72 $50.00. the proceeds of the tacky party has been deposited in the First National Bank oh a saving account. This leaves $22.72 mi tile checking account. The funds on the savings ac? count are to be used on the School building. Since the work of onr club has been questioned to such an account it is hoped that this report will make it clear in the minds of the public just what has been done with the Red Cross funds. Signed : Mrs. J. B. barley. Pres. Mrs. Thomas Green, Treas. Mrs. F. T. Richmond) Sec'v. n _ SAVE YOUR VOTFS FOR ME I am a candidate in the Craw? ford's Weekly Contest and will appreciate the support of all my friends and hope they will save their votes until 1 have an oppor? tunity to call ami see them per? sonally. Mrs. Ed T?te. Big Stone Gap. Virginia THOMAS J. MUNCEY DIES SUDDENLY IN ROANOKE Was United States Attorney For Western District of Virginia ?Is Well Known in Big Stone Gap Richmond.Ya.. May /.?Thoni a< J. Mnncey, United State- At? torney for the Western District of Virginia, died in Roanoke to? day after an illness of ?iie day ac? cording tn news received here. Mr, Mnncey was appointed to the United Slates altorneyship ab?itt one year ago. Mr Mlincey was well known in Bn; Stone (iap and had many friends here and w s expected here on next Monday to assist Judge McDowell in holding the May lernt of United States C ourt. Mr. Mnncey was an intimate friend of Congressman C. Hascom Slclll'i ?llil other republican lead? ers in the state. He spoke here at political meetings a number of times in the past. Stricken Friday Roauoke, V.T.; May 7.? Mr. Muusey was stricken about noon Friday and died shortly afternoon today. The body will be taken to Basti?, Bland county. South? west Virginia, for burial at an early hour tomorrow morning. The deceased has been prominent in Virginia politics for the past thirty years. SENIOR CLASS PLAY "VALLEY FARM" A Rural Comedy Drama in Four Acts 11ich School Auditorium, May, 13 8 p. In., K?st Stone (iap, Va., nd liiission 1 ? arid jr. cents. CHARACTERS Harold Rtitlcdge. .A Young New Volker Jesse Williams P?rrj Deatie.A Son of the Soil Eddie Sproles David llihheth. A New York Sawyer George Buchanan .Owner of Valley Fa mi Karl Sproles Azarinl Keep.A Chick Tinker Earnest llurke Jennings . .i . Servant at Rutledge Mansion Georirc Scott Hetty Holconib. .A Country Flower. Transplanted to City Soil. Mildred Cawood Isabel Carney. ..Niece tu David Hildrelii Od'etta Wells Mrs. Rutledge.Harold's Mother Sally Cilly Alvim llolconih.Sister of Silas Marie Scott Lizy Ann Tucker.Wim Burrow But "Never Gossips". .Stella T?te Verben?.Hired Girl at Valley Farm .Anne Cuwood SYNOPSIS ACT I.?- Valley Farm. An after? noon in August. The engagement of Hetty llolconih and Harold Rut ledge. ACT II.-?The Rutledge Mansion, New Yolk City, the following Dee :.. her. The visit of country folks to the city to see "their Hetty". But the serpent has crept into Rdeii. ACT HI.- Same as before, three weeks later. Hetty and Hand.I part ed. ACT IV.?At the farm again. An evening in the next March. Th>- tri? umph ill* love. WINNING WIDOW A SUCCESS (?n last Tuesday night'at the Amu/ti Theatre, the Art Class oi the High School, presented their play, The Winning W idow .which was a great, success. The mem? bers of the class who took part in the play were as follows Miss Anna Bounds, as Mrs. Snow, the Winning Widow; Misses Kath erine liarron ami Martha Allman as the widow'- daughters, Kitty and Margaret Snow. Miss Tliel ma Kennedy as Bess Jones, who was formerly a rich girl hut now the maid in the home of the Snows. Max Lile as Harry Deane, the piano tuner, who thought he was in love with Kitty, bill instead the widow; James Little as Rrgucld. the poet who thought that he was in love with Margaret hut instead the widow. Instead of the daugh? ters winning, it was a Winning Widow. The success of their play showed diligent work on the part of the pupils and much credit hould be given Mrs. H. L. Stil GIFTS FOR THE BRIDE The treasured remembrances of her wedding day?the ?ifts of many loving friends--are always the bride's most pre? cious possessions. They need not be expensive, but they should express the yood taste of the giver in their beauty and delicate workmanship. Here you will find a wide rango of ex? quisite Hifts at prices which mean remark? able value -beautiful and useful articles in cut glass, silverware; and novelties. Expert Watch Repairing xi ===== I "YOUK JEWELER" Appulachi?, - Virginia THERE i; no sympathy ?o helpful to a family that i- btreaved Ai that ?( trim friend* and no help so reassuring as that nl the gc?l funeral dire< tdr, Acting in yout stc.id, he understand!! that he must art in your spiiit, performing tat h task with the reverence and u ndcrness with which y?ui i ami hand} wuuld perform it i( they lUtild. Sympathy which cannot he gratefully con? veyed by words i> rev. alvd through Iii at is ut service which bring t! ? comforting usiur?ncej that every attention has been given with thotightfiitncsj and skill. htf.~lu rJ b> fftnittlort cj i^ri"i FRED H. KING uneral Director& Embalme r Norton, Virginia ;i0 .'Vifl I 1 m 1 i I I I To Understand the Difference Between Sanitary Clothes Pressing and the Unsanitary Methods Used We steiili/.e and disinfect a garment (yhi ? .-,<.! .itssint! it with clean hot dry steam SM Come iri and let ?s explain the many advaii if our up to the minute method. CAN WE HELP YOU Sanitary Dry Gleaning & Pressing Company THUS. nUCKNKIt. OpOOSlte Mineral Motor Co. PHONK No. 40 Munagor Bik Stone Gau. Va fridge, their art lecher, ?or tin work she ha- accomplished with them. ( NORTON METHODISTS TO BUII.D GREAT CHURCH Twnty Teams'Begin Active Cam? paign tu Raise $100,000?Old Mountain View Hotel Site Has Been Purchased for New Tent pie.. Twenty teams, each pledged to raise $5,000, have started the $100,000 drive for the new Meth? odist church of Norton. The new hlllhliug will he the finest in the county and one of the most im? posing in the state. It will cost $25.000 nn.re than the beautiful Baptist church which was for? male opened in Norton a week ago last Sunday when Congress? man Upshaw, of tieorgia. deliver? ed the opening sermon. Plan.-, for the new building have been under way- lor some time. The ladies of the church have been raising money by sates and numerous other ways and have succeeded in making a Splendid showing, The present church has been purchased by the Christian de I "Sweets to I the Sweet" ? ? Supplies that reeling | S of satisfaction which ? S Q?QD ET I* 15 ?11 are leading points in ? favor ?l the confec? tionery we sell. Big Stone Gap I Kandy Kitchen l\ B. SARVER, ManajiriT 10 | nomination who will use tltr Mountain View Hotel as a meet? ing place: until work on the new building is started.