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Miss Blanche Kennedy will spend
the holidays with homcfolks nt Cleve?
Fred Haley, of Pineville, Ky., spent
the week-end in the Gup.
Mi- Georgia Bostwick, of Bristol,
will spend Christmas in the Gap with
James anil Joe Little, who have
been spending the winter in Cincin?
nati, have returned to the Gap to
spend Christmas with their father.
Henderson Horsjcy, of Uufllcld,
spent the week-end in the Gap with
his father, Mayor W. J. Uorslcy.
The Community League will meet
at the school house on Monday after?
noon at three-thirty, January 8th,
1023, instead of January 1st.
V. F. Gnrrett will spend the Christ?
mas holidays with homcfolks at Wil
Miss Mary Martha Davenport, the
music teaehvr in the public school,
will leave Friday for her home in
Graham, Va., where sin1 will spend
the holidays with her parents.
I Harry Mitchell spent the week-end
in Johnson City with homcfolks.
Prof, and Mrs. J. C. Powell will
' motor to Knoxvillc where they will
spend the holidays with relatives and
Misses Lucile and Irine Draper
students at Randolph-Macon Wo?
man's College, at Lynchburg, will
spend the Christmas holidays in the
Cap with their parents.
Will Phillips, of Greenville, Tcnn.,
spent several 'days in the Gap the
past week, the ?'lest of Mr. and Mrs.
G. N. Knight.
Clifford Smith, Carl Knight, Ar?
thur foster and Karl Wilson, who ate
iitonding school at Washington and
Lee, Lexington, Vn., will arrive in
the Gap Friday morning where they
will spend the Christmas holidays
Miss Henrietta Skeen, who is tt
Icndillg school at the Woman's Col?
lege, Montgomery, Ala., and Miss
Mary Skeen, who is teaching school
in Middlesboro, Ky., will arrive in the
Gap Friday to spend the holidays
with their patents, Judge and Mrs.
II. A. W. Skeen.
1'. A. Stockton, of Norton, spent
the week-end in the Gap.
We have one of ^??'^7^^
the'most complete J^f) 23] iBk 1
assortment of m lS^m %
Xmas Goods ever p *)\/?^iLl/-iJ '
brought to Big<^># //^Sf
Stone Gap and are // Ji Hfe
adding new nov- 4JL..c*j In m-kU
elties daily by ex
press. It will pay you to see our line
before b u y i ng elsewhere.
THE IDEAL GIFT
TMi ni p Trtt i
bjtU fjr ttiov who wont |hc pi Jo?
llen! re.-jlitt of iht? most wc ntierhtl
tif all notlcrn Invention! v Itliaut
?>clii|i ljt;ri to Income electrical
rxpnli. Alter it liu;i t'frn ?'tiiliej
In" ilic Zcimh w.nks t< i.tinuoui ly,
emrlemly find without necessity of
Wo Inst ill ilie apparnlun t.nd rive
.it Is brojo
For the elder
Globe Wem i eke
Bring your Sears
Roebuck and oth?
er catalouges and
Conic early and
get your choice of
our splendid as?
Big Stone Gap, Va.
Gordon and Edward Goodloe, Sc
sior students at Georgia Tech, at At
lnnta, will spend the holidays in the
Gap with their parents.
Miss Frances Long, who is teach?
ing school a Bell Springs, will spund
the holiday.' in the Gap with her pa?
rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Long.
Kenneth Wolfe and Truman Ken?
nedy, who are attending school r.t
V. P. I., will spend the holidays in
the Gap with their parents.
W. K. Lane, a student at William
and Mary College at Williamsburg,
will spend the holidays in the Gap
with his parents.
Miss Geraldlnc Guthrie left Tues?
day night for Lorninc, Ohio, where
she will spend the Christmas holidays
with her brothers.
Missc Ituth Jamison and Nancy
Taylor, teachers in the primary de?
partment of the public school, will
leave Friday for their homes, where
they will spend the holidays.
Mrs. II. 1). Shields, of Ronhokc,
spent last week in he Gap, the truest
of Mr. and Mrs. Gnrrett W. Scott.
Misses Gertrude Sine and .lauulta
Taylor, who are attending school at
Martha Washington College at Along
don, will arrive in the Gap today
(Wednesday) where they will spend
Christinas with their parents.
Miss May Slemp, of William and
Mary College at Willinmsburg, will
arrive in the flap Saturday night to
spend the holidays with her parent.',
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Slemp
George Goodloe, who is nttendillg
school at the University of Richmond
will spend the holidays in the Gap
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Goodloe. His roommate will accom?
pany him home to spend the holidays.
Miss Beth Shugart, who is attend?
ing sohool at Martha Washington
College at r Abingdon and Miss lam?
ella Salver, who is attending school
Iat V. I. at Bristol will nrrive in the
Gap today ( Wednesday I to spend the
holidays with hoiucfolks.
Miss Hilly Fulton, Lhe domestic
science teacher of the high school,
will spend the holidays with her pa?
rents in Johnson City, Tonn.
Miss Margaret Mitchell will spend
a few days during the holidays with
relatives near Richlands, Va.
Miss Anna Barren Collier, who is
attending school at Stonewall Jac'
sou College in Ablngdon will return
this week to spend the holidays with
her father, .1. II. Collier, in the Cove
Mrs. John W. Flonniken left Mon?
thly morning for Shrcvcport, Louis?
iana, where she will spend the hol?
idays with her son. Mr. Flonniken
of the Flennikcn Construction Com?
pany will join her there later.
Mrs. Thomas Green and children,
of tlsaka, have reurncd from a few
weeks visit to relatives in England.
Sup. Green met his family in New
York and accompanied them home.
Miss Elizabeth Lowe,who has been
spending some time in the Gap with
her sister, Mrs. T. it. Coehran, left
this week for Catawba, Va., where
she will undergo treatment for a
Mrs. G. W. Bolts, of I'ennington
Gap, underwent a very serious op
eraion in the Norton Hospital Fri?
day and is very ill. Mrs. Bolts vvas
forthcrly Miss Eliza Flcenor, of the
Mrs. .1. G. Doolcy and children, of
West Virginia, will spend a few dny*
during the holidays in the Gap veil?
ing Mrs. Dnoley's sister, Mrs. Goidie
Perdue. Mrs. Dooley formerly liv?
ed in the Gap.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I?. Leslie
and daughter left Friday for Sandus
ky, Ohio, and other points vvehero
they will spend the holidays with
their little daughter, Mary Margaret
Leslie, who is spending the winti r
with her grandparents in Sanduskyi
Mrs. Jas. I". Trigg, of Abingdon,
who has been spending a few days
in the Gap with her mother, Mis.
Sara Thompson, who has been very
ill for several days, returned last
Wednesday lo her home. Her moth
er, Mrs. Thompson, accompanied her
to Abingdon where she will undergo
treatment in the George lien John?
ston Hospital for a few days. Miss
Pansy Thompson will visit her grand?
father, Johnnie Gilly, in the Cove
during her mother's absence.
Mrs. S. II. Goodwyn nml little
daughter, Marion, left last Wednes?
day for Bristol where they will make
their future home. Mr. Goodwin
will continue his position with the
Southern Railway at Appalachia.
Messrs. R. T. Irvine, J. II. Mathews
and M. Roberts spent Saturday hi
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Troy will
spend Christmas a Graham with
Mr. Troy's parents, Rev. and Mrs.
W. II. Troy.
WANTED.?Boarders, man and
wife or two nice otRcc girls.?Mrs.
C. L. PciTy.?50-51-1.
Our Store this season abounds with a variety
_ofi fts for young and old
\ tiiacliiuo you will cvenluali
ly buy?3(>5 (lays of pleasure
?always new. Sold on easy
l>aynicnt plan if von prefer.
Phrker Pens, Walerinaii
Pens, Schaeflfer Pens in srts
plain and mounted.
Greeting; Cards; Tays, Xnias
and .Ww Year's ("aids
a garment that will outwear
others ami look better.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
Every kind, variety and
price?25c tip. These French
dulls cost no more and look
CUT GLASS AND
iltr very latest cuts and new?
est patterns?Vases. Rpwls,
Nappies and Celery Dishes
in sets and single pieces?I
Comb's Mirrors. Brushes,
lioxCs,Clocks, Manicure sets.
Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes,
Smokers' Stand and Tobacco.
BOOKS FOR YOUND
A large selection of Crosscti
?!v Dunlap's Publications?
John Pox's, Zane Gray, Maty
Roberts Kim-hurt. Jack Lon
other leading writers. . . . 73c
EASTMAN KODAKS AND
BROWNIES $2.50 UP
The most acceptable Gift
for lx>ys and girls.
Ihiyler's & Whitman's in 1 !?.
I and 5 II?.. The kind yon
have always bought and is
sine to give satisfaction.
Tree decorations of all
"Symphony Linen-' in boxes
?plain and fancy ?1.1)0 to
KELLY DRUG COMPANY
"The Drug and Gift Store"
_BIG STONE GAP. - . VIRGINIA
IIiiiiry McCortnick, ?Ii? lias a p6-'
si'.inii at Olli Lauding, Ky., licnr I
Richmond, will spend the luMidtiyfl I
in tin' (lap with IiIh parents, .Mr, ami i
Mr*. .1. I.. McCorinlck.
Hi.in I? .Mr. anil Mr;. Hugo S.
Rciijnniiii at their home in the (inp
last Saturday iifternoon, a baby
ilam,-hter weighing nine pounds.
Mrs. William Logan Junes- enter?
tained beautifully with an informal
lluuec last Friday evening at her
home on Poplar Hill. About fifteen
couples wen- present who enjoyed
the evening dancing and at a late
hour delicious refreshments were
Freeling, Va., Dee. iii. -Zebron,
Stanley, a young man of near this
place, is reported as seriously ill with
appendicitis, at Splsnhdnin ::: th ?
lower end of the county, where he
had been at work for some time. He
ii to undergo an operation at once.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Youell an?
nounces the engagement und hp- j
pronchihg marriage of their oldestI
llnughtcr, Nora lloyd, to Mr. Charles
Marion Banner, of Pardcc, Va. The
marriage will take place in the Cap
during the holidays.
In accordance with our usual cus?
tom there will be no paper published
next week. The next issue of The
Post will he published on Wednesday,
January 3,' 1923.
The Post wishes to take this op?
portunity' to wish its numerous read?
ers and friends a very happy Christ?
mas ami a bright prosperous New
WANTED. ?To buy or rent a
two or three burner oil stove.?Mrs.
'I'lif Henry >.'. T?te Post of the
A morion n Legion hi Appiilachln have
issued invifni?iis to n big dance to.
he given tonight (Wednesday) in I
the Appalnehia Hardware Company I
lluildiug from lltilO ?? :t; o'clock.
The mu-ie will i.e furnished by the
All Star Society Rritcrtainora of Now
York, who never fail to phase the
dancers of this seetion. The dance
will he chaperoneil by Mr. and .Mr.
Tip Polly, Mr. and Mrs. J, N. Donnhl- i
son, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Pritch .
Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Mnrkle, Mr. idtil |
Mrs. Paul (Sundry.
The Nerton young men have Is?
sued ihvitniiohs to a holiday dunce]
to he given Thursday evening De?
cember -1st at Hotel Norton.
Chapel ones for this dance nre Mr.
and Mrs. .1. A. Sterne, Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Tnggart, Mr. am) Mrs. It. S.
Graham, The committee in charge
of arrangements is composed of
Messrs. It. W. Kahind, A. A. Roth
r?ck and Tommic Reese. The music I
for Ibis dance will be furnished by |
Williams Orchestra. RefreshmentsI
will be served during the evening, ;
lliblc School session open at It). I
Christian Endeavor meets at 0:IG. i
Preaching and the Lord's Supper
at 7:110. >
Prayer meeting at 7:110 Wednes?
Glad to have you worship with us.
APPLY AT ONCE
Taubel-Scott Kitzmiller Co.
Big Stone Gap, Va.
Goods Thai Must I
No need to run [
r ail over W 1 s e |
I; County looking tor
I Bargains?we have i
: Goats and Dresses E
for Ladies and
: Hats for less than !:
I Lot of Children's g
I Coats at half price, i;
: Everything in u st 1
I go before Jan. Ist. I
Mrs. J. P. Wollet
Big Stone Gap, Va. j.
? ? ?it-:
I do all kinds of Shoe Repairing at
In reasonable price. Shop opposite
Mineral Motor Company. Ali work
j guaranteed first-class or money back.
J. F. HEATHERLY,
Big Stone Gap, Va.