For good pictures of good times the
lens /. 7.7
Equipped with a Kodak Anastigmat, "the lens
tor better pictures," sharp, clear-cut prints are
assured. You can see this for;yourself in the
2C Jr. prints on display at our Kodak counter.
The pictures are large-2^ x 4Js inches, just
short of post card size. Yet the camera folds
compactly for carrying.
The 2? jr. is just the tiling to take on your
vacation ? ami this is just the place to come
Other Kodaks $6.50 n/>
Kelly Drug Co.
&Ao SPcA-a/ Store
i practice al tin- Baptist
Fridny evening at 7:30.
I ulies Auxiliary of Hie Dap-1
lurcli will liolil their annual
if linens ami fancy work on
ay, November 25, 1022.
t. sjemp spent several dnys in
i|i this week with friends.
Crace Long went to Bar
illi, Ky., Monday morning
she met Mr. Long ami Miss
, who were returning from!
t with new Dodge ears. She
i.l to the Cap with them on
II. Wren spent several days in
Oafi moving his furniture to
in > home in Norfolk.
Woman's Auxiliary of the
jterian church will hold its
ily devotional ami business
ng .1 the church Thursday at?
ari at three o'eloek.
!: BALE N'iiu. room house,
odern conveniences, for partic
addi box 22s, or call phone
1 Ilnwley, who has heen spend
he summer in the Gap, left last
r.lay morning for his home in
title, renn, lie is a student at
tei Wolfe, dr., left last Sunday
<c\v V,,il., where he will spend |
?o weeks vacation.
. E. Schnitz, of Aio, Arizona, ^
nephew, Walter Manifold, .of j
ma, spehi the past week in the j
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.|
ck Aldrich, who has been spend-1
the summer in the Gap, left |
Jaj foi Nashville, where he will
?I I.I at the Vaaderbilt I'ni
K. Masters went over to Brut
Sunday morning, where he spent
' houi with friends, returning
'?? I'. Trigs.:, of Abingdon, spent
'lay in the Gap with his wife anil
I ?'ho are visiting relatives here.
In. .lohn Gose Banner, of Pitts
i', i'a., arrived in the Gap last
?i v.here -die is spending some
? >viH> her aunt, Mis. J. L. Mc
"nc*. Mrs. Banner was former
Mi's Madge Dingess, of the Gap.
.. Vouell, of Patrdee, spent
ur,1ay in the Gap with homefolks.
?'s. Pat Hammond spent Satur
'? Iiristol having some dental
'' Goldle Perdue, stenographer
*? ??? Witt, returned Saturday
: sei home in West Virginia,
*ro she spent her vacation.
and Mrs. George L. Taylor
" children spent a few days
*C*k ai Wise with Mr. and Mrs.
* Taylor and attended the fair.
Mr.' nml Mrs. Guy Pugh, Mrs.
Rcrnico Gibson; of St. I'uul nml
guest, Miss Lucy Lemon, of M?ber
ly, Mo., motored to the Gap Satur?
day and spent ttie week-end, the'
gtiset* of Judge and Mrs. II. A. \V.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kelly and
Mm, Brskine, and Miss Mary Ramsey
lefl last week for uu extensive visit
tu relatives at points in Pennsyl?
Miss Inez Staley, of Bristol, spent
n few days in the Gap last week vis?
iting her sister Mrs. A. 1'. Hammond.
Fred L. Troy, of Josephine, spent
Saturday and Sunday at Klueficld,
W. Vn.J with his siser. Miss Mary
Troy, who is very ill with typhoid fe?
ver in St. Luke's Hospital there.
Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Ussery and lit?
tle sister, Florence l'inkston, of
Dorchester spent the week-end in the
Gnp the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. D.
S. W. Wax ami son, Itufus, and
Henry L. Lam- spent a few days last
week fishing near Gate City on the
Big Moccasin Creek.
Mr. and Mra.-O. W. Rhodenhiser
and baby, of Stouega, were in the
Hormon Felts, Lindsey Horton
und Eugene Stewart spent Saturday
at Wise attending the Fair.
I.. R. Highsmith returned to Iiis
liuine last week at Wilmington, N.O.,
after spending a couple of weeks
here visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. K.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Bnptist church will meet at the home
of Mrs. F.. .1. Prcscott Thursday af?
ternoon, at 2:1)0.
FOR SALF. AT A BARGAIN.?
Owner leaving town?8 room house
modern conveniences, -1 lots, large
bnrnV hearing fruit. Address ltox
428, Dig Stone Gap, Va.?adv.36-39.
Mrs. Otis Mouser returned last
week from Louisville where she ac
companied her son, Otis, Jr., to Ken?
tucky Military institute two weeks
ago. - ,
Mrs. Caroline Ithoads Lewis spent
a few days last week in Ilristol
where she had her tonsils removed
at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Felts, of Keo
kee, and Miss Nellie Lavin, of Sto?
uega, spent Sunday in the Gap visit?
ing at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
H. U. Felts.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Shepherd,
of Dunbar, Mrs. I. T. Gilly and fath?
er, James M. Gilly, motored to Rog
ersville. Tonn., Saturday where they
will spend several days visiting rela?
tives nnd attending the convention
nt the Pressman's Home.
Dr. ('line, Wilby Johnson and Jim
mie Stump, of Norton, Motored to
the Gap Sunday afternoon.
WANTKD_Knitters and loopcrs
for Morristown, Tcnn., mill, Good
Scott-Kitzmillcr Company. ? adv.
William Goodloe, Mike Love, Jlm
mie and John Hill Goodloe were
among those who nttended the Fair
at Wise on Saturday.
Mrs. ?. A. Sargent and children
attended the Kuir at Wise Saturday.
Miss Georgia Bostwick, of Bris
tol, spent the week-end in the Gap
John Kay and family attended the
Fuir at Wise on Saturday.
William Beverly, of Lynch, spent
Sunday in the Gap with home-folks.
Mr. ami Mrs. It. L. Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. K. II. Brown, or Middles
boro, motored to the Gap Sunday
and spent the day with Mrs. Laura
G. It. Morton, of Maryville, Tenn.,
spent the week-end in the Gap with
his wife, who has been spending sev?
eral days at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Bay. Mrs. Mor
ton rturned to Maryville with him
on Monday morning.
P. A. Stockton, of Norton, whs ill
the Gap Sunday.
Misses Carloihc Goodloe and Eliza?
beth Kelly spent the week-end in
Wise with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald I'rescott, of
SI. Charles, spent the week-end in
the Gap with Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Mr. ami Mrs. t'bas. Young, Mrs.
J, M.Young ami daughter, Miss He r,
Stonega, spent a few hours Sunday
in the Gap.
Mrs. .las. P. Adams, of West Nor?
ton, spent Saturday and Sunday in
the Gap with her father, B, Pan
| lu ll.
KOK SALB.?0-ro.om house ami
bath, 2 lots near J, I.. McCormick'fl
residence for $1800. liest bargain
in Big Stone. Gap. See W. G,
Mayor W. J. Ilorslcy ami daugh?
ter, Miss Nellie, left Tuesday morn
ink for Knoxvllle where they will
spend a few days luking in the Kuox
County Fair. Miss Nellie expects
to remain there to take a businc
J. M. Blessing has just completed
the repairing of the swinging bridge
across the river at the' old woolen
mill and tin- people living in that
section are very grateful to the town
officials for this badly needed im?
The car turned over the bank
when Mr. Skeen released the steer?
ing wheel to rach up ami adjust the
lop which had become unfastened
at the windshield, lie also suffered
a mushed thumb and for a while it
was thought it Would have to ho am?
The Sunbeam, under the direction
of Mrs. R. L. Hilton, and Miss Agues
Burgess, gave a must entertaining
program consisting of songs, read?
ings, and a playlet, entitled: "The
Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe,"
to a large and appreciative audience,
at the Baptist church Sunday even?
ing, September 17th.
WANTKD.?Knitters and loopers
for Morristown, Teno., mill. Good
wages?board reasonable Tallin-!
Scott-Kitziniller Company. - adv.
The Ladies of the Woman's Mis?
sionary Society of the M. E. Church,
South, will hold their animal fancy
work sale on November :'.rd. The
place will he announced later.
Christ Episcopal Church
K C. BURNZ, Rector
Services Sunday, October 1st.
Sunday School ami Men's DWA
Class at 111 a. m. Morning service
at 11 u. m. Mr. James Camblos, lay'
reader, AH Saints Church, Norton,
Va., will conduct the services. All
On last Tuesday evening at six
thirty o'clock, Miss Ottie Tumlinson
nnd Mr. Dewey Davis were quietly
married at the Hresbytrian Manse.
Rev. James M- Smith performed the
ceremony. Following the ceremony
a very delicious dinner was served
the bridal couple and a few relatives
and friends at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Nancy Tumlin?
The bride is one of the most de?
serving young ludies of the Gap.
Until recently she held a position in j
I the hosiery mill at this place nnd
supported her mother and a number
of small sisters and brothers. She
is well known and liked by a large
circle of friends. The groom is also
well known in the Gap where he has
made his home for sometime. At
present ho is driving one of the ice
trucks for the Norton Ice Compuny.
The happy couple will make their
home near the L. & N. station.
Beautiful Card Party
One of the most prominent events
of the fall season, was the beautiful?
ly planned card party by Mrs. D. U.
Pierson Saturday afternoon at her
lovely home on Poplar Hill.
For this auspicious event, the whole
lower iloor of the Pierson home,
which is ideally arranged for enter,
taiuim; was beautifully decorated
with vases anil bowls of gorgcoY.n
dahlias, nasturtiums and other fall
How eis. Attractive tally cards tip- |
pointed the guests to the twelve card
tables :lt which "Progressive Hearts"
wn's enthusiastically played during
At the close of the afternoon,
Mrs. It. It. Tinsley had received the
least number of Hearts and won the
prize, a handsome flower bowl ami
Miss Minnie Fox received the great?
est number and won the booby prize,
an attractive powder jar ami puff,
Mrs. Fred L. Troy cut the lowest
card anil received the consolation
prize, a beautiful handpainted pic?
At the close of the game, lunch?
eon clothes were arranged on the
card table- and elaborate salmi and
iee course were served the guests.
Those present were: Mcsdamcs
J. K. Taggnrt, J. U Cambtos, Sam
McClucn, of Norton, Fred Li Troy,
oi Josephine, S. .1. Gumlry, II. A.
Alexander, of Stoncgn, 11. S. Kstill,
of Roda, Donald Prescott, of St.
Charles, J. W. Clialklcy, j. 1). Rog?
ers, R. It. Alsover, II. L. Miller, J. M.
Goodloe, Ii. F. Scott, J. O. Smith.
J. A. Crocker, R. It. Tinsley, W. T.
Goodloe, W. 11. Wren, R. T. Irvine,
.1. .1. Kelly, Jr., K. .1. I'rcscott, W. S.
Miller, K. K. Goodloe, Helen Foster.
W. C. Shank, A. I.. Iloltpn, S. II.
Goodwin, T. R. Cochrnn, .1. I.. Me
Cormick, Ray Hall, Karl Stoohr,
I. . T. Winston, H. F. Warner, A. Di
Owens, (His Mouser, 0. P. lilnntou,
II. S. Henjnmin, .1. W. Rush,II. W.
Gillinm; Misses Minnie Fox, l'.liza
beth Lowe, Christine Miller, Nita
Goodloe, Blanche Kennedy, Hilly
Fulton, Mary Martha Davenport,
WANTED.- To.soil a line farm
which contains one hundred acres of
fertile laud, good house, barn ami
orchard. Plenty of water. This farm
Is loeateil near the Flag p..ml section
in Seotl county. Will exchange for
nice properly in town. For partic?
ular:; ?all on or write me.- -Wright S.
Noel, Blackwatcr, Va. adv. 37-30.
I Specialist Now Permanently
Located in Appalachia
Dr. Win. N. Botts, specialist in
diseases of the eye, ear, nose and
throat, who has been temporarily lo?
cated in the Tamer Building, has re?
cently moved into permanent quar?
ters over the Old Dominion Drug
Store in Appalachiu, where he has I
had the rooms remodeled to conform 1
to the needs of the .specialist in his1
Dr. Itotts now ha^ one of the most
thoroughly equipped offices in this
section of Virginia, he having al?
most all the modern equipment used
liy specialists usually found in the
highest class offices in the large cit?
His brother, Dr. Ceo. W. Botts,
who was associated with him in the
Appalachia office, has moved to Nor?
' Constable: "Halt, ye're under ar?
Motorist: "What for?"
Constable: "Never ye mind. I
ain't golll' tub cive ye any chance
tub think up excuses."?l.ife.
Mother of Eighteen Children
Mrs, Have Slemp, of Turkey Cove,
Lee County, who has been ill for Ihe
past four years, passed away at her
home several days ago. Mrs. Slemp
before her marriage was Miss Calll
Waddle, of Lee County.
Mrs. Slemp, who was near sixty
1 years old was the mother of eigh?
teen children, nine of whom nr.
dead and nine are living. She was
a good, loyal mother and wife ami
a Christian, having Joined the church
when she was quite young.
Her remains were laid to rest in
the Slemp Cemetery near Ollnger.
The following survive her: Her
husband, Dave Slemp and children,
Mrs. Comic Nichols, of llig Stone
Cap, Mrs. Henry Itcasor, Mrs. Mil
ford Taylor, Miss Maude and Alpha
Slemp, Hop, Letch, Irvine and Or i
Slemp, of the Cove. Sam Slemp.who
was recently killed in a shooting af?
fray at Ollhger, was one of her sons.
And still, the fact that the other
fellow is a man after your own heart
may not be to his credit.
I NT E R ES T I N G P RICES
Based lipon immediate shipment from well as?
sorted stocks, are being quoted on the following:
Black and Galvanized sheets, line and track ma?
terial, hack saw blades, hinges, black, galvanized and
sewer pipe, nails, shovels, rivets, washers, wire and
manila rope, round, flat and angle iron, locks, coil
chain, wrenches, belting, packing, electrical sup?
Before making a purchase of Hardware, Mine
and Mill supplies of any kind it will pay yptt in gel
in touch With us ami see what we have to offer; as
the Coal strike and Railroad strike combined have
decreased production, to such an extent that it will
require many months of lull operation on the pail
oi manufacturers of supplies in our line to lake caire
: of the urgent needs of their customers ami supplies
1 w ill he scarce lite balance of the year,
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Slim," "Just Toney" and numerous
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