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Norton, Va. >M?tl?t>|*M?>^,. UMMH M?IU)?MMIM>.H?IM?U?W oist* v?ure mbaivS at tmhc r Open Day and Night Take a KODAK with you Kodak adds to fun and keeps it ? in pictures. lie sure your next holiday plans include a Kodak. We have the one you want, and the film and accessories as well. This is the place lo come tor the Eastman line 61 photographic poods. KetJjii ? til I autographic?$6.50 <>/> > Brownies?$2>ob up Kelly Drug Co. Bit* Stone Gap. Va. LOCAL ITEMS I Mi- I Li Mill mid baby, Mary fjliialittli, U li last week for a visit SI relative." at points in Kentucky. i|jMi-. Walkel Martin and two chil min\ i>( Bristol, have been spending Cftveral days in the Gap, the guests ?of S. E Cartright in tlie Tou iftit.r I'lllts. (f Mr. and Mis. (I. V. Kilbournti and ?'..ebildi<-n spent the week end with rel '?lnivrs in Lee county, iss r.llit-rt L. King has been spendingI ::nf few days in Grab Oorelinrd, Ky., i -iwith his wife and baby wlm are visit '\Ki relatives there. j9 Mrs, VY. bI Kilboiirhe, Mi<s.-s Mary aXilboitrhe and Glesste Wilt and des : jjlilbuurne spent a few hours in Mor V9n Friday. V<ijMts. James Kidd, of Louisville, Ky., Hflitting Mrii.Vllas Wells in the Cup. rfjsMrs. Krank Witt, of Bereu, Ky., is. l.tSffitiiiK relatives in the Cap. )?? Ulysea Sleinp has returned to his kjknu- near Blue Springs from Oihcin pfcti wluie he has been undergoing ti'weitiai'iii in one of the hospitals for K?S few weeks. Mi-. I. C. Taylor and daughter, ? Bits Lucilej have been spending a [ A* "|sy? in Si. Paul visiting Mrs. Coy ^.^ii'kiiiul Mrs. Bernice Orr Gibson. |:5 riif Lloyd Guild of the Episcopal t Osu.li will meet with Mrs. lt. T. lr f .tjjt.r on Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. K9L. Taylor spent last Friday in SJjjjaklryville on business. fca Mrs. J. W. Kelly and duughtcr.Mn Eg"'1 Kelly, attended the Alderson ?redding at Norton on last Wed r!^'J"y *v??'ing. Tin- Colored Baptist church will hold their district Sunday school and n. V. I', c. convention at this place Tin- Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap? tist chin eh will nieet at the home of Mrs. K. L. Morton Thursday after? noon at 'd:30i The monthly devotional ami busi? ness meeting of the Woman's Auxil? iary of the Presbyterian church will be held at the home of Mrs; M. II. (naher, Thursday afternoon at ,\ p.m. A full attendance is desired. Automobile Lici Call and get P, 11. Kennedy, ises expires June our license plate. Treasurer.?Adv. The Woman's Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, South, will meet at the home of Mrs. II. A. W. Skeep Thursday at M p. in. Class No. 9 of the Sunday School of tin- Methodist Episcopal Church, South, will have an iee cream sup.- -r on Friday evening on the porch of the Touruino Hotel, for the benefit of the Sunday school. Everybody is invited to come. STRAYED.?Brown mare mule lame in right bind leg been ut my place at Cadet for two months. Own? er can have same by paying for pas? ture and this nd?Mrs.Mary E. Kelly, Big Stone Cap, Vi.?iidv.HC Mr. nnd Mrs. R. B. McCeckin mo troed to SUckleyville on Sunday af? ternoon. James Knight and .Mrs. K. K.Knight, of Emory, spent the week-end in the Gap, guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Knight. J. L. Buchanan and wife and little son, of London, Ky., are spending a couple of weeks in this section visit? ing relatives and friends. I SELL JM E> A T and other things H I S B All accounts must be paid every Monday Miss Alice Kolnnd representing \ Emory and Henry and Martha Wash? ington Colleges spent several days in the dap last weck in behalf of the colleges. FOR SALE.?Sturdy, splendid, out of door raised tomato plants. Pon derosa and Stone varieties at ten cents per dozen.?Mrs. 0. C. Wolfe. ?adv. Carl Ward Taylor, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, who is ill with typhoid fever, is much better. William Beverly has us his guest, Mrs. D.uothy ttwens Brown left hist week for the University of Vir? ginia where she will attend the sum? mer session. Virginia Owens entertained eleven of her little friends on Friday after? noon in honor of her eleventh birth? day. Those present were; Jane and Helen Peck, Marion Goodwin, Helen and Dorothy Irvine, Dorothy PresCott, Mildred Fox. Sarah and Hobby Paint? er, Evelyn Greever and Boss Gilmer. Little Miss Nell Witt spent a few days last week up at ltlue Springs With* MlS. S. S. Jesse.'. Miss Ruby' Kemper has been spend? ing several days in Asheville, N. C, and Spnrtauhurg, S. f Mrs. Clarence E. Ilailey and three sons, returned last week to theii home in the Cap from a several weeks visit to relatives in Snlycrsville ami Paints vilie, Ky. Misses Georgia, May and Virginia Seuton left last week for Radford, wh.-re they will attend the Summer Not mal School. Miss Verdi Chesser, who has been attending the Presbyteriuti school ut Grtitidy tie- past year, has returned to her home in the Cap foi the sum? mer vac'al ion. Mi. and Mrs. Fred 1.. Troy spent a few days last week at Graham visit? ing Mr. Troy's patents, Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Troy. Mrs. Troy accompanied them hack to their home at Josephine, where she will spend several days. Mrs. Mary Pureell, of Loudouu county, Va., and Mrs. .1. A. Gillenwu tcr and two children, of Notion, mo? tored down to the Cap Friday after? noon. Mr. and Mrs. Creed Kelly, of St. Charles, lit. and Mit. J. W. Kelly and Superintendent and Mrs. .1. .1. Kelly Jr.j ?f tin- Cap attended the reception in Wise W.'due day night given by Mrs. Cairn- Alderson in honor of her billy daughter, Miss Virginia, who on the following day became the bride of Mr. John Bnrlow, Jr. Mi Frances Scott left Monday af? ternoon for her home in Kiioxville, after spending several weeks in the Gap the guest of her aunt, Mis. Mal? colm Smith. R. P. Johnson, of Wythevilie, spent several days in the (Jap last week with with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clement, of Nor? ton, and two sisters, of Washington, spent Saturday night in the Cap the guests of Mr. and Mis. G. I.. Taylor! Mr. und Mis. G. L. Taylor motored to Norton Saturday. Ray Littrell left Saturday fur Rad ford to attend the summer State Nor? mal. Miss Virginia Baker left last week for the University of Virginia to at? tend the summer Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. Heimelt,of Chtlliowic, motored to the Cap Saturday and ate spending a few days here with their sons, Chas. W. and Leslie Bennett. Mr. und Mrs. John W. Clialkley en? tertained a large number of their friends at Bridge and Hearts at their hume on Popular Hill Friday evening complimentary to their sister, Mrs. Willis Slaughter. BARGAIN FOR CASH.?1921 Model Reo r> Touring Cur in A-l con? dition, good as new. For further par? ticulars see Rev. R. G. Reynolds at Methodist Parsonage.?adv. Tom (ioodloe, who attended school ut V. M. I. at Lexington, Va., return? ed to his home in the Cap last Friday where he will spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Good? loe.! Tom Caboury, of Jacksonville, Ala., who was a classmate at Georgia Tech. At a recent meeting of the Com? munity League it was decided to change the day of the meeting from 'the first Wednesday in the month to the first Monday. The next meeting will be held on July 2nd at I p. m. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. James Body, who has been spending the past yeur with her daughter, Mrs. R. M. Amos, of Hayntond, Ky., accompanied her son, J. E. Body, home who recently visited hin sister. A Business Cdupb Of Steel Dodge Brothers otfei to the business public ol America an entirely new principle in Coupe body construction. From IrutucWork to window mouldings the body is built ol steel. It is the fired nll-stei i ctosoij . :ir ever marketed. Tins design anticipates every1 possible requirement of commercial travel msut ?? unusual quietness ? unusual grace- unusual stamina, tt lias made it possible to give the Coupe that same lustrous baketl-on enamel finish for which Dodge Brothors open ears' have long been lutii?US T be uphoisti i y is cd genuine leather -leather that will wash and wen The seat is wulc and comfortable. Carrying comparttiidjits ate ucces dhle and spacious. The ear is eqi l| i>. .1 with .1 hcatci, dome lighh window levers, windshield cleaner, cord tires. Yale door locks, and every uttici appointment necessary to the owner's comfort and protection Built inside and oiit t<> withstand the wear ami tear of ?everyday usc.il letnins the same !.,'.fitness and beauty of hue which vou nie accustomed to look tor in Uodgu Brother! cars; It is the Business Coupe win. u bur,mess people thu vyorld over have been dxpe fing tu,in Bodge Brothur?. Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We uiif it as our Solicit btllrl that the iobiccoi uicJ la Chtlterrield ire ul riucr quility (lud hence of better mir) than io any oilier ..,1, -n. it ihc price. 20 for 18c 10 lor 9c Vacuum tin* of 50 . 45c ? L .-;-i:t.; MD?eld CIGARETTES of Turkish und Domestic tobacxos?blondad 1H NOTICE Until further notice the bridges over Powell'? River on East Fifth Street uml Neur U & N. Depot are closed for repairs. Use Flanary Ford W. J. IIORSLBY, .Mayor. Christian Church bible School will meet at t):lf? promptly. Preaching and communion service at Hi The Test of Faith Will be the sermon subject. You will be welcomed. ROANOKE GUEST . ENTERTAINED I Mrs. K, E. Goodloe was the charm? ing hostess to a number of guests Tuesday, from four to >.i.x o'clock, in honor of Mrs. II. A. Dudley, of Roa toike. Mrs. K. ('. Rum/, rendered several vocal selections, after which a delectable salad course followed* by ices was served. FOR SALE. Very good dining ruom furniture at reasonable price. Apply ut this oltice.?adv. 26tf. MRS. H. W. GILIJAM ENTERTAINES Nasturtiums, gladioli ami sweet peas formed the tlurul decorations at u beautiful tea given by Mrs. Hur? ry Wultun Gilllam, at Her residence on Poplar Hill Wednesday afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. A. M. Padgett, of the (Jap, and her house guest, Mrs. ,11. A. Dudley, of Roanoke. A deli? cious ice course was served by the I hostess, assisted by Mrs. Mux Gr?ber.