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(Continued from page three) was rather dark In this big hall with its polished Moors am) its grand stair? ways leading Up .either side of the hall to the landings above. It was a grave offense to be caught in this part of the house. He spoke hur? riedly. "Did you mean what you said about mc being the nicest boy In the Home, Bee-Bee." "Uh-huh," she nodded prettily. "Honest to goodness Oliver." lie debated a silent question and darted 'he matron's olHcc with a hurried, "Just wait a minute, Hce. Bee." "Miss Mottle, if you don't mind, please, I have decided not to send tl.< pansy to Zlppic-Zlp." The matron grinned understand ingly. "Old it hurt your conscience, Din lor?" He blushed and Miss Mntlie began steaming the stamp from the envel? ope. Economy was a necessity in tin' Home. Bee-Bed was waiting for him when lie returned. "Hee-Hee," he begun nervously. "I like you .too. When we grow up ?hat ale we going to do?" "Do snillC as everybody else but Miss Mattie, we'll ?et married." "M<' and you'.'" he dared reckless ly. "I.ike us not, Oliver. I Wouldn't Calf much would you'.'" "No; IM he tickled lo death. Bee," j he whispered, her hands buried in i his. Het eyes wete dancing.her head drooped and she hit her lip. It was the Woman's Moment, and He Bee, girl that she was, fell beneath its wondrous spell. i "Let's gel engaged right now, Hie? lte,!" His free aim wiiril slowly about her neck and he pulled bei lips close to his. "And just nil soon as we leave the Home we'll get nun lied. It's only seven years, H.Hoc." "I'll tell you tonight. Oil," she promised . "Harry Mors? has asked me the same thing." Sho left him with a radiant smile on her Hushed face, hut there was a telling softness in her brown eyes, ami her voiee was quite different from what it had ever been before. She went Hying up the steps, paused at tin- t.qi landing lind whispered loudly, "I -must think, oil. This la serious but I'll know by dark." Then she was gone. Mack to work he went, hut work was for the stupid, the unseeing. He tossed his weeding tool in H rbfe bush nn? got Iii? ency? clopaedia from beneath another, looked cautiously up at the Superin? tendent's window lo maku sure she was not wntching, und stole away. He returned later full of dreams ?nd Inry. Bcc-Bcc! Bee-Bee! went rac? ing through his mind. With his eye3 on the pansy bed he wns looking into the future. What he saw wns won? derful to behold; for there wns suc? cess that was his, love that was his; pun su.woS xj|t inninsjo, ut ??>:i--''H wonderful smiles?tdl for him, the literary orphan, in the midst of ?> successful dinner dance I'oss Kggs, the mail boy, came and dropped a card at his feet and hurried on. Ol? iver read and rubbed his eyes: "Kindest regards and the happiest of birthday wishes. Always, your Zlppie-Zlp." It was In- sixteenth birthday and he had forgotten it. And while he read the old longing came back, came with all of its old time fierce? ness, und his heart cried out for the sight of her, for one look into her blue gray eyes. Zlppie-Zip had bob? bed righ tup when he was going to ask the friendship of another. Iiis face fell; the wot hi was suddenly steeped in gloom, lie had already naked another Bee-Bee I Iiis j thioiirhl flew. Bee-Bee hail not an-; swered him yet. "Hey, I'oss Eggs." he yelled after I he mail boy, "going lo see Bee lice?" "Ycpi not a letter for her." "Tell her I said she could tell Har? ry Morse 'yes' fol I've changed my mind "' I i'.. be < onllnued. I HEALTH CLINICS BEING HELD IN WISE COUNTY Iii. Carroll llcnsoh, of Roda, Who is holding a health clinic ill the various' town-- in Wise couri ly, waf in Norton last week ar? ranging with Dr. (ailtibertson oi jdhe County Health Department hit assisting in the tuberculosis clinics heing held iii Hie co'.tiily tin- week, Dr; llensoii has <? >ti <lu. ted the tegular monthly t*list is - foi the Department and has aranged to give several days to the work dining this and next I week. Dr. Lulbertsoii Mated that the votk was progressing very well and that he hoped to have a good I attendance at the clinics. "The movable clinic has licet, adopted as the liest method oi reaching in ral communities;" raid Dr. < ul-ij berfson today. "People arc slow to accept the later facti learned about the curability of the disease and arc slow to put themselves under doctors. The cure of the disease is in a large measure de? pendent upon finding it early. Many persons wait until they have a bad cough and afternoon temperature to see a doctor. These arc signs that the disease has progressed sufficiently to make (he cure a slow business The iust syntptotn of tuberculo? sis are a -ense <>!' being tired w ith Otlt over work and a loss of weight. If the clinics taught this <<ue fact to people and did noth? ing else we could he justified in spending our time ami effort mi them.'' The Slate Hoard of Health has forwarded two movie films to Dr. Culbertsou ami arrangements have been made In have them run at the movie house- 'I hese films are educational, leaching the facts about the disease, bu: are made entertaining, "Jinks" has proved \ery populai and has been shown all over the United States. This is one oi the films scut to Wise county. [(and dodgers and posteis have been widely distributed announc? ing the dates ami places for the tuberculosis clinics. Iii addition t<i those already held Dr. Hen son will hold clinics at the follow? ing place- : W ednesday. May lOlh. I llinbur, Doctor's office, 9:30 to IJ. Thursday, May IIth, St. Paul, Mayor's office, 9:30 a. in. to IJ m. 2 to 4 p. in. Friday, May 12th, Exeter, Dr. Tudor 's office, 9:30 ;,. in. i,, |J ,u. 2 to -I p m. Saturday. May I3t!i, lirtlce House on the Motintr.iil, on San? dy Ridge, 9:30 a. in. to IJ ui. J to -I p. m. Monday, Max 15th, Potnid, School House. 9.-30 a. in. to IJ ni. 2 to 4 p. in. Tuesday, May Ifitli, N'ortbn, Wise Count j Health Department, 9:30.?'. in. t?i IJ in.. J to I p. iii, Wednesday; May 17th, East Stone dap, Methodist church. 9:30 ..i in. to IJ m.. J to I p. in. I he best way to convince a wo? man against her will is to -wear she is i ight. Every man's life is his own. provided lie is hot henpecked or a political appointee. Send if tojhe n okgundri] ?TraA.UM.Ce Washing is ?have us do yours Lifting of heavy wash baskets, tugging with wet clothes, tlie sudden change from the hoi steaming laundry to the put doors? ?these are the things that wear out women before their time. If you count the value of yi own health and time, have us lieve you of this work. We wash the entire bundle soft, fleecy smb. rinse it ?ur many changes of rainsoft wai? ter, iron lite llat work, starch those pieces that need it, and leave for you only the ironing of a few lighter things such as most women like to finish up themes. Or, at a slight ad? ditional cost. We'll iron every? thing. Plionc and we will have our representative call. Have us sln.w how economical it is to get the washing out of the home. The Royal Laundry Big Stone Gap, Va. ?Trift ftftft Wt ffi ft ffi Y!mi iMWMS9?MS909iWw^g?WS?iPr^WWr^f ^VoVo\/uVV. :'oYuV.'oV ?4?RJ0! [OK HS 'QU <-?- Ifta? SB :>-ix E?? a * l ?L i T 'H FEATURES Simplicity mv?! strength of construction. Aurun ii i of all parts lo minimixe maintenance cost* Ktgldtt) ?f chasts frume?the foundation of tin- car?ac? complished by the use of the ''tubular backbone" (pat* enl Applied f or) .which prevents distort t?n of frame and eliminates all racUini and squeaking of body. Motor designed by Duiant engineer*, valve-in head typ*>i powerful and flexible, embodying feature! not usually found in engines of the combustion type. No piping or attachments in the underpan. Pistons van be taken out through lower part of cylinder block, making it un? necessary l?? remove bead catting. Single plate clutch clorrd in and forming part of flywheel. Removable by detaching four bolts without disturbing lite power plant. Sp I d e t i y n ?? d floating * bearings, Chrom adjustable to ?.rm u-mit?- system of lubricatti truU on top ot wheel. C*. with ctVel r eerlng gear with lea t her trimm in g. SPECIFICATIONS eylinde Ii. p. Hl.kr h. alve-tjrpe, (ull> en S. A. E. i>lin?, 24 35. COOLING Uy rentrincal pump through honeyc diator; adju.tabtc (am. ELECTRICAL., SYSTEM?Two-uniti generate alerting molar; distributor and coil mounted Ol elor; battery c?f ample capacity. BRAKES External and Intel diameter; whrcl.; I V ftll-wralhrr tread TIRES?31" - mountahle riint. WHEELBASE?109", EQUIPMENT?Latest drum ?haped headlight, with legal lenaea) da.h light; lic*t\.e holder; electric horn: tpedo meteri demountable rimt with r?lre rim; ignition lock; robe rail; Alemilr pomp; complete ?et of loot*. . -V.- IWi Il fll?I "Just A Real Good Car"--W. C. Durant i-i i i i i i-? I I ,-.-i-,-i-|-i-?--i-?-!-?-?-? ? ? i v r The rvioclel A-22, Price $890 f. o. b. Lansing, Micb. Announcing Car Built? To withstand more than the usual abuse To operate with more than the usual economy To be maintained with more than the usual ease To transport its passengers with more than the usual comfort. LONESOME PINE MOTOR COMPANY Incorporated . Phone 239, Big Stone Gap, Virginia.