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that we are exclusive selling: agents in this vicinity for "REXALL REMEDIES" the medicines with a definate aim. one for every ill, - each one guaranteed by us to effect a perfect cure or we refund your money. "NATIONAL CIGARS" Co-operation gives you your cigars at half price all through your smoking list, or doubles the quality of <i your smokes at the old price. "LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS" is our standing invitation to you for better health. Kelly Drug Company, The Rexall Store Gilmer & Baker, Physicians and Surgoons Office, in roll, nfilidinn, StOlia Gill), Vlrttlnln. AM cnll* nnawored prompt'y BRISTOL DookkoopinK PITY Highor Accounting Shorthand Ty tiowritintf BUSINESS COLLEGE Tpiakraphy BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. LOCAL ITEMS. Mins Ruth Dabney, of Dry den, spent Christmas with rela? tives in town. Miss Bkolton and Miss W" 11i11?, the house guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. White, of Bdda, came down to the Christmas Gorman during tllO holidays. ('. M . K iser, of St. Paul, Va., was the gues| <>f Mr. and Mrh, W. F. Baker during Christmas week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox, of Chicago, Hpent tlie Uhristmai" holidays with Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Fox, Sr., at this place. Mrs. Fra/inr has been tin' gliosl of hpr daughter, Mrs. .1. i,i. Jay no, for several days. Raymond Thayor, of New Vork Oilyj was the guest of l)r. and Mrs. Lloyd during the hob idays. Miss Modie Akers, of Blue held, W. Va., spent Christinas with her sister, Mrs. ,1. I.. Mc (\irmiek, of this place. llufUfl A. Wolfe, a popular! young civil engineer of v'irden.J III,, spoilt the Christinas lioli ? lays with hotnefolks at, this! place. Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Cabal} re? turned last week from their vis? it to Norwood, Va. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1''. l'ayne i turned last week from a visit to; relatives and friends in Char lottesville. Mr. and Mrs. James (.ailly, of Rogersville, spent several days in the ( lap the past week visit? ing relatives and friends. R. A. Peers, of Morgan ton, W. Va., spent Christmas with friends in Big Stono (Jap. Miss Rctta Thompson spent Christmas week in Stonega the guest of Mrs W. K. Mathews. Miss Pearl Mann spent the week end with friends in Sto? nega. 1 Mrs. Ed, Mauser and daugh? ter. Surah, of Appalachia, spent the holidays in the (lap visiting her sister, Mrs. Otis Mouser, on Poplar Hill. The Woman's Home Mission Society will meet with Mrs. .1. 1,. Bostwick Thursday after? noon at three o'clock. J. S. Cheney, of Glamorgan, superintendent of the Stone ? lap Colliery Company, was a Gap visitor Saturday. C. C. Hyatt, president of the Norton Board of Trade, spent Friday in town. A. N. Kilgoro, of Norton, member of the law firm of Kil> gore <fc Bandy, was a business visitor in town Friday. I Donald Proscott, who in attending school at Randolph Macon Academy, at Front Roy? al, Va., spent the holidays with liomefolks in the t lap. C. F. Hollonbeck, of St. Louis, has accepted a position in the general offices of the In? terstate Railrbad Company, at! this place. Mrs. Kalplt Hershey and lit? tle son, Ralph, dr.. returned to Pulaski for Christmas after an extended visit to Mrs. Ilershey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. F.. ! Hann, at the Touroine. Miss Carrie Rangoly, of j Koanoke, Va., was the charm? ing guest of Miss Marguerite Goodloo during the yuletide season. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nash spent the holidays with Mrs. IN ash's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ('. F. Hlue, at Corinth, Missis sipi. Mr. Stevenson, of the Stonega 'Coke and Coal Company ofllco force, spent Christmas with I liomefolks in Philadelphia. ? Allen Carries, an employee on tin1 engineering force of the United States Coal and Coke Company, at (Jury, W. Va.. came in last week to partake of Xinas dinner with his parents. Victor and Clay Thomas have returned from a visit with rela? tives and friends at Winchester, Kyi Vivien Mo.UBOr and ids friend, rSdgar Libit, of Qalvoston, Texas, |cfl today for Front Royal to resume their studies after spending the holiday vo? cation with Vivion's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. litis MouBor, ati this place. Miss Florence Cooke spent, the holidays with liomefolks at Johnson City, Ten hi Miss Irene Hunt, Fuller Bros.' pleasant little milliner the past season, left Sunday before Christmas for her home at Danville, Virginia. Marion Collier, midshipman on the ''South Carolina," left Wednesday, after a three days visit to liomefolks here, for Norfolk, going from there on a cruise to Cuba. James Cox left Monday for Detroit, Mich., where he will spend several days on a joint business and pleasure trip. John Oarues came in from Norfolk last week, after several month's absence, to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carnes. 1. C. Taylor spent part of last , week in Middlesboro, Ky., on ! business. Master James Polk Taylor is suffering from a severe attack of whooping cough. M. W. and .1. W. Maroden, Philadelphia capitalists, who are interested in the develop? ment of Lee county oil proper? ties, spent Friday in the Gap. All the local merchants prac? tically sold out everything in the holiday line?the Hulos this year far exceeding those for several seasons past. Lewis K. Home and J. J. Wakelield, of Whitesburg, Ky., spent Sunday in town en route Fast. Mrs. B. M. Cox, who has been the guest pf her daughter, Mrs. .1. (I. Nesbit, for several weeks, left the Thursday before Christinas for her home in Farm vi tie, Va; Mr. and Mrs. lt. T. Irvine and little daughter, Miss Helen Nolting Irvine, spent Christmas with relatives in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. M. <\ McCorklo and daughter, Miss Jessie, spent Christmas at Bichlands, Va. We are glad to learn that Dr. 1). F. Orr is recovering slowly hut surely since his operation at Dr. Gibson's hospital at Richmond, Ky., recently. 1. T. Qilly, of this plaee, has aeeepted a position with the Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Company at Toms Creek. While out on a raid last week two of Deputy Marshal Adding ton's posseetnen tired on each other, each taking the other to he a moonshiner Unfortunate? ly, nobody was hurt. ? Norton News. .1. M. McIiOmoro, a student in the law depart.nt of the Uni? versity of Virginia, left Satur day for Oharlottesvillo to take up his studies again after spending the holidays among friends and relatives. The live pounds of line mixed candy offered by Hamiden Bros., in their Christmas gues? sing contest, was won by R. J. Tread well, who lives in the valley above the Cap, his guess being I0?, while the count showed the number of pieces as 407. Rufiis A. Morison came in from Baltimore last week where he has been attending a medi? cal college, to spend Christmas with relatives and friends. Major R. R. Henry, of Taze well, Jenkin K. Jones and H. B. Wright, of Pocoihontds, were Tazewell county visitors bore last Week. Attorney K. M. Fulton was! here from Wise last week Phoebus W. Lyon, of Mays vllle, Toun., was in town Satin day. Dr. Henry NatT, of Knoxvillo, Tenn., spent part of Christmas week in the (lap with his old friends, Hatcher Willis and Marion Collier. Misses Myra Henderson, of Sulphur Springs, Texas, and Mabel Wallace, of Savannah, Georgia, spent the yule tide holidays w i t h Miss Mary Bunu ut the Touraino. The three young ladies returned to Virginia-Intermont College, at Bristid, Va., Wednesday. Misses White and Skelton, of Boda, were guests at the Monte Vista Thursday. S. E. Puckett, of Bristol, was a visitor here last week. G. M. Shoemaker, of St. Charles, spent Tnursdav in the Gap. 1012 was ushered in locally by the gladsome ringing of bells and the discharge of nrearms. The First National Bunk of Appalachia sent out to its hun? dreds of depositors as a Christ? inas gift a convenient and dur? able purse. Misses Cnurtnoy and Louise WilliaMis woro tho guests of Miss Janet Bailey during Christmus week. Miss Court ney Williams is leaching at Fust Stone (Jap, while her sis? ter is a teacher in Bluetield, West Va Mrs. Spears Webster and children spent the ChristmuB \ holidays with Mrs. Webster's ? mother, Mrs. H. S. K. Morison, j at this place. ] LOST?Between Big Stone i Qap and Appalacbia one black . silk umbrella with gold and peal I handle. Initial B. W. <?. engraved on end of handle. Kinder will please return to this office and received reward. ? Mrs. Yilas Wells and Miss Lillian Wells spent part of Christ mas week with relatives in Norton. Hatcher Willis left Thursday morning d.r Philadelphia where he is a delegate from Randolph.Macou College, at Ashland, Va., to the annual ! convention of the Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, of which lit? is a member in brilliant stand j ing. Hatcher did not anticipate 1 having a particularly dull .'.-1 . time with his "frat mates'while !in the city Of Brotherly Love. P. D. Yarbo rough, of the Interstate Railroad ofHco force at this place, spent the Christ? mas holidays with liomefolks in Richmond. Misses Mattie and Susie Kolb and Annie Laurie Gullens, of < i/.ark, Ala., students of Still ills I [College, who spent the holidays! with their school mate, Miss I Gladys Wolfe as her guests at her home here, have returned to Bristol to resume college work. Mrs. E. IF. Burgess, of Win? chester, Va., formerly of this place, is spending several weeks | with her friends. Mr. Burgess, who w.is connected with tin local Singer Sewing Machine ? Office, was transferred to Win-b ehester last summer but has given up the oflice there on ue- : count of poor health of himself I ami wife, due to the water and ; location. Miss F.Ua Blake, instructor inj instrumental music in the Big ! Stone (lap High School, spent ! tbo Christmas holidays with] liomefolks at Sweetwater, : Tenn.. where her father, Rev. Fugeue Blake, is president of ; Hiwassee College. We call attention to the read- : ers of the Post to the advertise ineht on tht> lirst page of tho law linn of Alderson & Kilgore ' These gentlemen are well | known throughout this section,]! and the partnership will make] a strong ami successful firm;] and all legal business entrusted to them will be handled to then very best advantage. W. E. Wolfe, ship printer on I j the U. S. S. South Carolina,! who spent Christmas with homefolks, left Sunday for Nor- i [folk, from which place he will j sail on the "Arkansaw" for Cu I Im, where be will be transferred] back to his own crew for the remainder of his enlistment?I months. Mrs. 1>. F. Orr, returned Thursday from Richmond, Ky., where she was called several duys prior on account of the ill? ness of her husband, who has I been in Gibson hospital there I undergoing treatment and an operation which was found] j necessary for a complication of diseases. Prentice O'Roar, of Prank fort, Ky., spent the week-end j in the (lap, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bullitt. Miss Thomas, of Bristol, Tenn., is the guest of her sis-' tor, Mrs. C. 1. Wade. W. W. Bickley, Eugene Brown and I. 0. Taylor spent several days last week visiting Otto Brown in Middlesboro. Otto is the capnble manager of the local Aniu/.u Theatre in that city. Mrs. L. II. Tatuw, of Stuart, Va., spent Christmas with her daughter, Miss Mary Hunter Tutum, who is teaching at this ' place. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dillon I spent Christinas with Mrs. 1 >i 1 ? ? lion's parents, Mr. ami Mrs.' i Legg, in Pennington Gup. II. S. Shanklin is spending several days at Stonega visit? ing friends. ] Mrs. Morgan Young anil children visited Mr. N oting at Stonega during the holidays. >> WE WISH YOU A HAPPY AND ?>) S?j PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. , Hamblen Brothers, . N*"' Hardware and Groceries. . ? . . -*' ?'*>? -V $C ?" ? ?:? ? V ? ?.? '?? v ?>> ^ k& ?* *? # $ r-" A new lot ol American Beauty Corsets just received. Best corset on the market tor the money. Call and see the latest styles. J. M. WILLIS & COMPANY I GREETING: Peace and good will arc valuable assets t?> every man in business. They arc the results of ri^ht principles in dealing with our fellow men?in the application of the Golden Rule. Few if any do this perfectly, but it is becom? ing ne>re nf a custom each year. |j We wish t>> thank you for the spirit of co? operation you have shown us during the year, and to ask a continuance of same. Our interest-- are mutual, and we shall With renewed energy endeavor t? support you 0 by excellent service, reliable goods, lowest prices and liberal treatment. Already we are making arrangements to this end. .It will be our endeavor to supply our customers with the choicest lines of Dry K (i.Is, Clothing, Furniture, [louse Furnish? ings, etc., on the market at a minimum of cost ja and at a threat convenience to you. That the New Year may be a prosperous 1 arid liappy one (or all ol us let us work togeth- ? Yours very; truly, W. W. Taylor & Sons. K T IitVINK, I'm--. \V. T. (lOOlll.OE. Vir? I'm*. ,t I,.? > It. I'. UMiltoN, Trea* Interstate Finance & Trust Go. Big Stone Gap, Va. Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $60,000.00. This bank, under new management, will cnnliiuit- the business upot: conservative tines. SM I TV: Our Motto. SECURITY; llur I'ass-worJ. Interest Paid on lime Deposits. DIRECTORS. K. T. I It V 1KB, W. T. OOODI.OK, II. (i. U0IMS0H, 0. S. CAItTKK,' A. K. MOKISON. J. S. II A M III,KS. W, W. TAYLOR, J. V>. KKI.l.Y.; w. U'SIjRMP. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Hiirroii "Witt?, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Office First Floor Intormont Building, BIG STONE GAP. VA Coeci'-SpimtltMicH' Solloitctl. DON'T BE DECEIVED. At the present time the mails of Big Stone Gap are be? ing Hooded with magazine cut rate circulars. Don't send your subscription to some Agency, We will furnish your magazines and out of town newspapers at the same prices. Remember we will duplicate any offer you have from it reliable Agency or publishing house. MRS. ROBT. D. MORRISON Magazine Subscription Agency.