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Have plenty 01 "Smokes" when your friends
come in. Get a WHOLE BOX of them from us. We do not allow our cigars to alt dry out and become bitter. We keep our cigars in the proper condition to give them, when smoked, their best FLAVOR. The SAME BRAND of a cigar is better when it comes from us, but we have many exclusive brands of which we have the sole agency for this city. Kelly Drug Company O/ic S7?cxn// Store We give you what you ASK for. LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. ami Mrs. Krank L?wry, of Norton, spent Sunday visit? ing friends in tho < lap. Mrs. K. Drcnncn and chil? dren left last week for I'arkers bnrg, \V. Vit., where they will visit Mrs. Dronnen'fl homefolks. Mrs. L. T. Winston spent Snt unlay in I hircheslor. Miss Georgia Brown, of Jen? kins, Ky.i is the attractive gtiesl of Miss Drennen on Pop? lar Hill. Mrs. C.I. Wade, Jr., ami lit? tle son, have returned from a visit to homefolks in Bristol. H. C, Snipes, of the t'. C. & i > . was in town Monday on business. BOOMS FOB RENT: -Apply to Mrs. ('litis. I. Bird, Big Stone (lap, Yu. Miss .lule Bullilt returned Monday from a visit to Rollins, Va. "Uncle" .lake Bewley. of the Hew ley Durst. Coal Company of Bristol, was n business visitor to the Gap Monday. Miss Myrta Ca wood, who is teaching at Toms Creek, left Monday for Richmond, where she is a delegate to the Annual 'Poachers' .Meeting this week. captain Alvarez m tin AhlUJSU tomorrow night. J. C. Puller lofl Mon.lay night for Kuoxvillo whore he will spend a few days on busi? ness. Mrs. Aleeii Ruthorford, of Norton, und sister, MissOludys Jennings, of Lyncliburg, wen visitors to the Gap lust Friday. Master Hugh l\ Young. Jr., is confinoil to his home with SCarlOl fever. hut is getting along as well as could he ex? pected at this writing, Thrilling war picture at the A mil ZU tomorrow night. NO. 019588, held by Dr. \Y. ti. Painter, got the prize doll giv. en away by tin- Nickels tiro eery Company, Uov. Gilbert 11. K.islcy, evan geiist for the Churches of Christ, from Bristol, will preach in the Christian Church at Ap palachia on next Sunday morn? ing ut II o'clock, and in the Christian Church ut this place on Sunday night at 7: l "> o'clock. II. L, Miller, president of the Interstate Railroad Company, returned Monday from a visit to his family at Knoxvllle. Mr. Miller will move his family to.the Gap as soon as he can secure a suitable residence. Miss Sarah Coekran returned home Saturday night from a three month's visit to relatives ami friends in New York, \\ ashingloii, Chariot tesv ille. and other points. r j Christmas Bells Will Soon Be Ringing Burly and careful buying has enabled us i?> provide a complete stock of i holiday gooda. For this reason believe that our stock aflTordi more really I satisfactory gift* than any at your command We have nilt goods for all purposes and at a variety Of prices which wilt meet all purses Pays to Be Prompt Holiday shopping heglua earlier than it used 16, People appreciate the advantage of choosing deliberately and from unbroken lines Why not resolve to do your gift buying early and avoid the usual weeks It is bnposslblo for you to appreciate ? hat our careful buying nicans until you see our goods ami get our prices, Read our list given below, It will furnish sonic valuahlc suggestions. Check itdms of Interest aud bring it along when you visit our store. Books, Stationery. Pocket Books, Purses, Perfumes, Jewelry, China, Cut Glass, Safety Razors, Shaving Supplies, Ivory Goods, Toilet Sets. Games, Sterling Silver Novelties, Fountaiu Pens, Brushes, Desk Sets, Cards, Dolls, Toys, Manicure Sets, Leather Goods, Cigars, Confectionery, Cutlery, Etc. : : : : : : When yon visit our store, other items will also lie suggested as suitable for gifts We want you to visit our store and look through our holiday I stock just as often as you wish whether you are ready to buy or not . I Bring the children along. We want them to know that our store is "Santa < laus' Headquarters." Mutual Drug Company Big Stone Gap, Virginia ! Mrs. Nun Barker, of Roanoke, is spending a ft>w davs in town this week visiting Miss Janet Bailey. Attorneys B. L. Penniugton and B II Sewell, of Jouesvitle, were in town Tuesda) on pro '? fessionnl business. The biggest single success of tin- >? * a st i n is the Big Sale ut X ickcls. Speers Webster, of Knox* ville, was among tin- traveling men in town tins week. There will lie services at the Episcopal Church on next Sun day morning at eleven o'clock, I conducted by Rev. K. A Rich, of 0 rabum. Mr. ami Mrs. Robt. T. Irvine and tWo little daughters, re I turned last week trom Rich? mond, where they spent a few days visiting relatives. Dr. Marry Smith, of Appula chia, spent Sunday afternoon in tin- (lap. Largest assortment of wall paper in Wise County for sale by W. < i. Coutts. Call and ex limine Ins stock. B. D. Morrison, the insurance it gent, spent Friday at Wise on business. Come to the Big Sale ut Nick? el-, firsi for anything you want. Continues until Dec. .V Miss Bertie Morris, of Kco kee, is assisting Nickels Urns, as clerk during their big sale. Mrs. Krank Nickels and little son Frank, dr., were quite sick a few days last week. There will be services at Christ Fpiscopal Church on the 5th Sunday in this month. Allan Carnes has returned home from Gary, W. Va.. where he spent most of the summer in the employ of the United Slates Coal ami Coke Company. County Treasurer I'.. V. Wohlford, of Wise, and Ins deputy,.I. 1.. Kiner, of Norton, wen' in town Fridav collecting I'll I taxes. Sizes ami numbers will bead ded as needed lo keep the stock up for the Big Sab- at Nickels Ulltil the close, Dec. .">. A K Mann was down from Wise last Friday on business. Call and see the large assort? ment of wall paper on sale by W. O. Colitis. I .1. T Garrison, local repre Isentntive of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, returned home Friday from u business trip to Scott County. Miss Olga Horton will spend Thanksgiving at Gate City the gu< st of M iss i i race Stair. Misses Gladys and Myrtle Wolfe and Miss Kittie Horton w ill spend Thanksgiving at Sul lins College in Bristol, the guests of Miss Grace Wolfe, who is attending school at thai place. tlreatest six reel picture over produced, at the Amux.u toinor row night. F.lovcn salespeople were kepi, on the jump at the Big Nickels sale last week. Splendid bar gains there. Bov. .1. Hubard Lloyd and mother sailed from San Fran? cisco Saturday on the steamei Siberia for 'Tokyo, Japan. Ii will take about two weeks to complete their journey across the Pacific. The Nickels Stores are selling Supreme Loaf Flour $2.98 per inn pounds, or T.'ic per sack. Chop $1.70 and Horse and Mule Feed at jl 7,V No deliver v.? Adv. FOB RENT:?Store mom, 70x50 feet, under Monte Vislu Hotel, lately occupied by W W. Taylor & Sons. Will rent as a whole, or divide into two rooms and rent separately. Apply to J. W. Kelly or C. S Carter. Mr. ami Mrs. John J. Keasor, of the Cove, left Monday for Richmond, where they will spend a lew days atti nding the Annual Teachers' Meeting Mrs F.d 'Taylor spent a few days in Appalachia last, week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Kdwards. Mrs. Hansom H,ilmer, of Keo kee, spent several days in town last week visiting relatives. Roland, 21 months old sou of Mr. ami Mrs. W. S. Rose is ill with pneumonia but is doing very well at this time. Deaconess Blanche Adams, of Keokee, spent a few days in| town last week. E. F. Burgess, phone 63, advertises' specially lor today the tolloning Items: Cauliflower, lettuce, celery,' paisley, green pepper*, tomiuI u>i'>. grapes, grape fruit, up-1 pies, oranges, bananas, cran-j berries, and fresh oysters, all' nice and fresh for Thanksgiv? ing. Orders, please.?Adv. Senator John Catron, spent a few days in Scott County last week. Miss Myrtle Reasor, who is teaching at Black Mountain, was in town shopping Satur? day. Mrs. Bernard Wharton, of Koanoke, who spent several days in the (lap visiting her brother, E. P. Burgess, return? ed to her homo Saturday. Bo wise and buy your useful Christmas presents now at the Big Nickels Sale where prices are low. It continues until Dec. 5th. Miss Eugenia Baumgnrdnt r went to Bristol Thursday week to attend the show '-The Trail of the Lonesome Piue," return? ing on Sunday. 11. B. and VV, T. Alsover spent a few days in Kuoxvllle last week on business. Henry L Lane spent a few days in Bye Cove this week visiting his parents. (live useful Christmas pres? ents. Buy them now at the Big Nickels Sale and lay them away. Then the trouble will he over and you will have sav? ed almost half your money. Low prices there. Miss Madge Mtinsey, who is teaching art at Jonesvillo, is spending this week in the Gup with her mother, Mrs. J. O. Mitnsey. She will have as her guest, the hitter part of the week, for a few days. Miss Pauline ' loins, of Jouosville. Captain Alvarez, the big fea? ture picture of the moment, at tho Amuztl tomorrow night. Mrs. Sadie Latiham left Sat? urday for Richmond, where she will spend a week attending the Annual Teachers' Mooting. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Johnson, of Norton, spent Saturday ami Sunday in the (lap visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Johnson, Miss Myrtle .Jennings, of Nickelsville, is spending a few days in the (lap this week vis? iting her sister, Mrs. Emmolt Nickels. Mrs. L. M. Wade and Mrs. Jack Wade, of the Cove, wore shopping in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taggart spent Wednesday in Keokeo. R. II. Ingle ami .lohn Kwing spent Sunday in Keokee. t lutings went out fast at the Big N ickols sale, hut all outings are not yet out. Some outings will be 'in shortly to take the place of the outings that Went out. Von should come in and see the outings that are in lie fore they all go out. Robert Imbodon, of the Vir? ginia and Southwestern Kail way, was in town iast week on business, W. E. Bontloy, of Huntsman Brothers, Bristol, was calling on the trade in the (tap Eridliy. J. L McLemore spent Sunday in Bristol. D. M. Hodges has returned from a business trip to Bristol .lohn Pox. Jr., has returned from a business trip to New York. Eire broke but in the resi? dence of H. L. Cummings Sat? urday morning at Id o'clock but was extinguished before much damage was done. It originated in apartments oc cupied by Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Oetkin on the second lloor where some clothes wen- hang? ing too close to a stove. Be sides some clothing burned no other damage was done. Mrs. W. C. Moore, of Wash? ington City, is visiting relatives in the (lap this week. W. T. Roberts, of Baltimore, spent Sunday at the Monte Vista. E. B. Oaut, of the Sparger Mill Company, of Bristol, was in town last week. W. E. Allen, general freight agent of the Virginia and Southwestern Railway, with headquarters at Bristol, was a business visitor to the (Jap last week. Quiltin Hilly and two sisters, Minses Bonnie and Ebbydane, were up from tho Cove Satur? day shopping, having come up 1 in their new Eord car. AMUZU THEATRE TOMORROW, NOV. 26th. ANOTHER VITAGRAPH TRIUMPH FROM THE FAMOUS VITAGRAPH THEATRE -THE HOME OF_ NEW YORK CITY BROADWAY STAR FEATURES The Most Thrilling Pholo Drama Ever Produced O A. 1? r a a A Remarkable Six Part Story of Lovu, War and IntrUiuo. Sensational Interspersed ?iiV|<|||> More fban a I ion ll!lULLS^;rj a Motion Classic 10 and 20 Cents ? I FURNITURE SOLD ON THE Installment Plan W. W. Taylor & Sons Big Stone Gap, Virginia I I I I Make Xmas Merry by giving your friends a photo. They cost less and are worth more than any other present. From $4.00 to $25.00 a dozen. Come now and have your photos made to avoid tin: Xmas tush. G. D. Jenkins, Photographer I-OR PEOPLE WHO WALK 4 Walker? .tnnl isnod shoes that do not cbalc or nnno) their left shoes iliat iil anil wear well and >cl arc not expen? sive, We haxc ju-i wbalyou want, and Hie) coal no more llun (he ordin?r) shoe. The comfort is in the making. D. C. WOLFE FARM BOOKKEEPING TUB COUNTItY liKNTl.KM A N taya ''Bualneaii inath?ds>ro Indcsponsahte The man who <l<? s not lenon what Ins annual im.?? is ihould waku up and tlnd out. Only bookkeeping will do the trick Alter he baa adopted It, he maj diai over that !?? baa been relying on some one crop to make ii|> for the deAoieucloaol otnors I hen his sins of omltslou will rlso up airalnst hlni like u nightmare and he willig con? vinced Hut business la business, |ttsl a* truly is farming is (arming?and dial iho liter cannot thrive without the former Till'. i^^^^y v? S RO/4SQK6 VtRCIStti j offers i spei i:\l course iu Farm Bookkeeping, which may bo taken with, or Independ I ent of other courses. Write for catalogue ?od partleulais Iteaervatlona should bo made for.nature entrance Address E. M. COULTER. President, Itonnoko, Va South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In? surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. Office in Intennont BuUding BIG STONE GAP. VA. Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies ifrom the Wise Printing Company.