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I Chances when you I Purchase a I Stieff Piano B It lit built Tor service, ami backet) ijn by 71 years of unjtarrallcd success E I' Is the world's standard and for & durability, sweetness of lone and g and beauty ol flnlsh, It lias never '? been equalled. B Sold direct to you from tbe fac B lor)' a guaranteed saving of SO hW I ?*??? g? Heller let us place one in your S home bet?re the cold we ither sets Chas. M. Stieff, i factory ltianch Wsrerooms j 711 Main St.. I.yuchburg, Va C VV. WlllTMOIIK, Manager. 'S From Stonega. Fred South, the hustling salesman fur the Riverside Tailoring Company, was up in bit little red riding hood motor cycloouedo and spout the time while here measuring our hoys for t Ihristmas suits. St mogn is now full of men, twenty .seven Hungarians were unloaded hero Insl woek, besides Americans by the dozens who have come from Tennessee and other ports. There is plenty of woi I.' here mid wages are good. The new hull is under eon. stttuition und when completed will he n thing of beauty heated willi hot nir from n furnace he lew. furnished with olectric light?, raised seats, etc, It will he modern in every sense tin Saturday December nth, U Kl p in , at the lumie of Mr M . ue. William Michails ami Hi till .luck min. YY till im 1 ten net t nti.l Molllo ?riggS. all of Sto? nega, were quietly united in marriage, Hov. Anderson offici? ating. It was at once proclaim? ed a uniqtie wedding. Mr*. Anderson, who lias been very ill for the post two months, is slowly recovering, being able at this time to sit up in her room. J. II. SkoggH, of Redo, spent the afternoon of Sunday witli 8. J. Qnndry, of this plnce. From Roda. Mrs. Charley Johnson, of this! place, has been visiting her mother for the last fow days on Roaring Fork. (Jrover Lester, who has b.i right sick with heart trouble, is heiter at this writing. Mis Polly ltozzel is very siek with tonsilttis at this time. Miss Julia Noelaml, nun of the mission workers of Avon dale, visited Miss rClizabeth Collins one day last week. J. II. Skaggs, store manager.: was calling in Slonega Sunday \ Rev. Snitvuly; of the M K. Church, South, has been hold* a revival meeting in the Mission Mall at this place for the last week. Large crowds have at? tended the service ami we are Imping for good results. Esq. Stallard, of Cooburn, was a pleasant visiting to oUf town last week. W. M. Gallahau was in town last Friday night on official business, Frod South, of Riverside Tailoring Company, is in town hustling up orders. The cold wave will help him out. Miss llnttie Cooper spent Sunday in Hig Stone Gap visit? ing relatives. Mr. tiilly, of Rogersyillu, Tonn., is visiting his daughter. Mrs. I T Hilly, at this place. Klijah Sargent, the son of Mrs. Manila Sargent, was taken to Appalalachia last week for an iiper.ii jon for adilenoids und is doing splendid. Mrs McFields; who has been right sick, is slowly improving. From Osaka. Miss Chloo Walker won first prize as old maid at tuckey partj lust Saturday ntglit at W. H. Davidson. The party was given by Miss Pearl David sun. All those who were pres ent roport an enjoyable occa? sion. Mrs. <i. A. Williams, of this place, is visiting relatives in Oorbiu, Ky., this week. M L. (iibso-, of Imboden, was in town Saturday shaking hands with his many friends. Come again Mr. Qibson. Miss Bessie Turner, of Roda, was down to Bee us Sunday. We are always glatl to see Misk Bessie and we would like for her to come again. Miss Virginia Anderson was over from Stonega and attended the services at church Sunday night. Miss Kiltie Horton visited homefolks Sunday. 1>. Fulcher and Misses Walk er, Linns and Harden visited in Stonega Sunday. S. F. V. Richmond, store clerk, is away ibis week at tending conn al Wise. Congressional Candidates. Those who are making up lists of eligibles for the Demo? cratic nomination for congress next year should not fail to in? clude the name of John w. Ohalkley. The candidate next year must Le a man who is, and has been, in thorough sympathy and ac? cord with advanced Democrat? ic thought in the State and in the nation. He should not lind himself in the position of es? pousing these principles be? cause they are dominant at this time, hut because Ins thinking am) his winde political tenden? cy is in (hat direction. Then- are a number of uapa bin, clean and able men in the Nintll district who meet these requirements, ami the candi? date should he chosen from this list Ohalkley is a line ropre Boutativc of this type of candi? date und-his name will do to conjure with Wise Virginian, DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING AT LEN BROS. AND SAVE MONEY Below we quote a few prices on our Groceries just to show you how reasonable wc arc going to sell our Goods through the Holi? day season. To mention everything would take too much space, so come around. You will he sure to find what you want. Sugar, 18 pounds for . $I.OO Bast Grade Flour, per sack 70c Second tirade Flour, per sack 65c Best Meal, per sack I So ('an Salmon for i60 fan Salmon for 53c lOc 10c A Big Line of Christmas Candies t anging from 10c to 40c per pound Fresh Shipment from the Factory "fTT?T? tatr\TTt|v~ q Fire Crackers, Roman Candles, Sky Rockets and everything x H\JL< TT IJjaIVCj you ran think ol we h ive in this line from I to 35 Cents. In our Hardware Department we have a full and complete line of Pocket Knives, Scissors. Shears, Chafin Dishes. Safety Razors, Man icure Sets anci Enamel Ware that would be suitable for Xmas gifts. PHDTCTM A C TAVC A full line ol Dolls. Plains, Velocipedes, Sleds, ClirVlO I I'lAvJ 1 U I O Rubber Balls, French I larps .mil man) others. CD EC! C?m One Large stick of Candy weighing 21U rnLL. fiilLL. will be given away Christmas Morning To the person guessing the correct number or nearest correct number of pieces of candy in a Pint Jar which will be on display in our Store. With each and every 10c purchase of candy you will be entitled to a guess. All kinds of Fruits; Oranges, Apples, Grapes, Figs, Etc. hamblen broX Big Stone Gap, Va. Holiday Suggestions From Fullers FURS The Ideal Gift for Women Beautiful Sets: $3.50 to $35.00 Muff and Neck Pieces: Neck Pieces from $1.50 to $19.00 Muff Pieces from $1.50 to $18.50 Women's Beautiful Silk Hosiery ()ny\ Silk Hose, guaranteed, Hl.u k Tan or White, per pair. $100 to $150 Onyx medium weight Silk- Hose, Navy, Kelly Green, White, Tan or Black, per pair, - - 60c Holiday Hankerchiefs The most appreciated of all ?;ifts. We have a complete assortment put up in beautiful Holiday Boxes. 2 to n in l.ox, per l>n\ 25c to $1 50 Gloves For Women Wert' never shown in better assort? ment. All (nun tlu- best gloue mak? ers in Black. Tan and White, pet pair $1.00 to $1.50 Umbrellas Of tin- ?j'i kind for Men and Women $1.00 to $7.50 each Linens Make Very Accept? able Gifts House Slippeis for Men, Women and Children Women's Fur Top Juliet in all colors and sizes. $1.00 to $1.50 Children's. - 75c to $1.15 Men's in Black Oxford and Tan $1.00 to $1.50 What would be more appre? ciated than a Nice Trav? eling Bag Bath Robes For Men Silk Kimonos For Women $3.75 to $0.00 FULLERS Zj/ic Quality Shop BIG STONE GAP, VA. Pleasant Entertainment A very |iU'iiKimt entertain mem was given at the school auditorium lust Pri lay niglit, under the auspices of the Junior ("i\ir League Tili? League tins junt been organ? ised, and we hope that the townspeople, an well an tl n school children, will continue to show tiie same interest in this all important work. The League is aspiring to improve tlie school in many ways, such as making the rooms more at tractive, lint the main object just how is to purchase a Victor Viotrola. The stage was tastefully decorated with holly ami ferns, which showed the work of the Seventh Grade girls and hoys. The program was indeed n very interesting one, readings by Miss Kennessee, of Bristol, in terspersed with musical num? bers by our home girls Miss Kennessee contributed much pleasure by her delightful and humorous readings. Kspecinlly lier characterisation id' boy nature appealed, not only to the bo\s, but there were many manly faces wearing direful grins as she brought to mind memories of their escapades, when they lirst went calling on the girls, ami also reminis? cences of mustard plasters that did not May cool very long after being applied by their loving mothers. In fact, all of Miss Tennessee's selections were bright and catchy, and from the number of encores weie greatly appreciated and enjoyed by the audience. Miss Vineyard gave a setting to the evening by an Instrumen? tal solo. Kvervone always loves lo hear Miss Virginia Brverlv on her violin, ami Miss Maty Skeell sing. Miss Man Skeeil and her sister, Miss Bruce, also played a duet on '.he piano, nil which added greatly to the musical feature of the evening. We have in our school home talent and it should he encouraged, [none way this can be accomplished by the patrons showing their interest by coming out to these entertainments. By tin- en thusiastic response of the an diene? it was evident that the program was enjoyed and she only regret was that their neighbors and friends had not come with them Notice. The,penalty on Town Taxen Iiob been extended to January 1st. Cull and j'iiy your tuxes! and save .*> per cent. P. II Barroii, Treasurer. The Thricc-A-Wcck Edition Of The New York World I'riclkall) a Dailly et the Price ul a Weekly. Nu other New-paper in Wollt! fjvei mi much at so a small Price. I Tilth ll a time of great event*, anil yen : I will want the new* accurately ami! promptly. All the countries of the world | steadily draw einher together, and the. ? telegraph ?r|res bring the happenings of ever] one, No other newspaper hah .1 dee equal t? that of The World awl It relate* everything fully and promptly 1 The world long since established ? record for Impartiality, ami anybody can afford It* Thrice ?-Weck edition, which ' come* every outer day In the week, ox ceitl Sunday, It will be of parttculst1 value to you now. The Thrice a-Week World alftQ aboumth in other stiong tea- 1 tun s, serial stories, humors, niarket?.! cartoon*: In fact everything that is to Is-,I Ibund in a Aral elaaa dally. TIIK THU1CE-A-WEEK WOHLDS] regular subscription price ih only il.OO] ]K-r year, anil this pay- for I "Hi papeih We offer thU unequalled newspaper ami Itlg Stone Oap 1'ost together for one yearfortl.ftO. Sunt all order* to The l?g Stone Gap I'Ohl, llig Stone (lap, V? ?r. C. E. GREEAR, Dentist, Bip, Stono Cnp, - VirKi?in office in Polly Building. ? OrriCK Hoona?9 to 12; 1 to v I EAT ALL 1 ..AMT TO fJDWl I No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomachl No More Heavy Peeling After Meals or Constipation I We want everyone in this town v/he I lias stomach or bowel trouble In just I try OXi: bottle of simple buckthorn baric, glycerine, etc., as compoiyided In Adler-l-ku. Vou will be surprised I at the QUICK ACTION! The VERY fin ST DOSK shows ve I suits anil u ?hurt treatment will' , Ailler-l-ka may make you feel heller I than yon have for years. This remedy tend* to nhtlteptlcla* ' the Intestinal trart anil to draw of the Impiirlller. A SINOLE POHK ; usually relieves r.?* "n the stomach, ?our stomach or ronMlpallon QUICK LT. . We odo not hesitate, to ? V ? |Adlcr-t-ka Is the BUST howe! and 1 *tOTi?ch remedy we have ever P..I.V i MUTUALT)RUG"COMPANY Big Stone Gap, Va. May 5, 1918. LKAVK X i) UTO N 7:00 i m. tot Lyiir.hburg and liitertncdiatt iU lions. Pullman sleeper llluefield i" Philadelphia via llagcntown, ?i?l Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Rfcb moml ami Norfolk, Alanconnectiuui at Itlucflehl wit Ii tralna Wntbonnd. Pullman sleeper to OihoinntU slid t loluiubus. I.KA VR NORTON?2:80 p. in I North. Kiust and West. I.KAVK IIKISTOr?Dniij ? l a. i ' lor I last Itailfordi Roanoke, lynch lung. Petersburg, Richmond ?u.l Norfolk. I'ullnian Parlor 1 ? to Itlollinontl. t'ati' Car Roanoke Slid llsgorstbwii Pullman slcepei Boa hoka in New York via II down mill llarrisburg. .'1:15 p. in. f(.r Norfolk ami Intorinedistl l>oiiit.i, I'ullman Slocpcra Norfolk. 1 ;S3 p. in. ami 7 :l.'> p. in. (limited Solid trains with pnltinau sleeper* to Yfuli Ington, Baltimore Philadelphia slid Now Vork via i.ynchburg Itoeiirol make lui'al stops 12:10 p. in. daily lor all points bei??-? Bristol and l.ynohbutg. Conueet* ?? Walton at 5:10 p. in. with Ihr *1 la.uis Kxprosa for all pohita weal m> ' northwest; I if yon urn thinking of lad I I YOU want quotations, uhea|>e*l fare, " II iablf anil correct llllbrniatluil si M ? routes, train schedules, the most >.foil able ami quiekest way. Write si"l il* Inforrnatlon is yours for the asking ?';,( one of our complete Map Kolder? \V. 0 Smmikiis, O. I1. \ I W. II. Itnvu.i.. ras*. Traf Mgi . Rosncke 1 i FOX & PECK. Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Stone Gap. Va. Harlan.K> Reports ami estimates on Coal snd i Im tar Lands. Design and Plans oft'oai sUd Coke Planta. Land. Itailroad and Mill* Englluaorhlg, Klectric Illue Primi':? J. C. CAWOOD BLAC KSM ITH I NO Big Stono Gap. Vn Wagon and Muggy work A S|>Ocl?l J 1 have an Ip-toduto Machine fot pulling ou Itlibber Tires. .Ml work given proo ; ? attention. DR. G. M. PEAVLEH, Treats Dlseasus or the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa. BRISTOL. TENN. Will t>o In Appluachta Third Friday In Each Montii ra?jll 88-1_ _ 1 Meek Wolfe. M. I? . I>. (>. Harry Semonc?, D O Wolfe and Semones Osteopathie Physicians BRISTOL, - VA.-TENN. j Oilices in Newcomb Bl'd'f Front SI.