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Trade with cash an<l get bar? gain sale prices at the Nickels Stores. ('. C Soarff, of lluntinpton, W. Vtti, was a visitor to tho (lap lust week. ,1 T. Morgan, of Mansfield, onto, spout the week end with iriends in the (lap. \Y. H. Oildersleeve, of John? son City; general Superintend ontof the tannery at this place, spent si*voruI days in tie-(lap last week. It. C. Snipes, of Hie C. 0. & ii , was in town Saturday on business. Alilorm-y W. H. Itoiise, of Clint wooil, was in town lust week on professional business. (leb A. Thrope, of the I'll derwuod Typewriter Compuny, of Itichmoud, was a business visitor to the t iup last week. Uev. .1. \V. Carinack, of Richmond, wus the gm-sr of Key. J. B. Craft, in I he (lap last week. A. W. Wagner, of St. Charles, was in town Saturday. litiy your Qrnpo b'ruti from I'', K. Burgess. liest grade, fj (or inc. ?Adv. Uuy I.. Pugh, of St. Paul spent Sunday in town. \V. (i. Horton, of the United Slitles Leather Compuny, of Now York, spent several days last week in the f lap looking after business matters. s. K. Puckett, of si Charles, -pint Sunday in BigStonoOap, Miss Kate Cherry, of Norton, spent several days in the Gap last week visiting her aunt. Mrs. J. W. Kelly. llememher every week a bar? gain week until Christmas at the Nickels St?rt s. .1. W. Patterson, of (Jnines ville, Alabama, spent a few days in the <lap last week vis? iting his nephew. .1. W. Hush, .iml other relatives. Pu.ul Martin, of Abingdon, spent Thanksgiving in the flap with his parents, riov. and Mrs. I I'. Martin. W. I). Tyler, of Dante, spent Friday in the (lap. .1. Q. Munsey, of Pineville, spent Thanksgiving holidays in the Clap with Iiis family. Si/.es and numbers will be fill? ed in us needed to keep up tin stuck until the close of the Big Sale at the Nickels Stores. (leorge Jenkins, cashier of the First National Hunk of Ap paldohiu, spent Sunday in the i lap. Otis Mouser, vice president of tin- Stonegu Coke iind Coal Company, has returned from a business trip south. Mrs. W. H. Polly has roluril eil from a visit to horn,-folks ai I'onnington Cap. The Woman's Civic League will meet with Mrs. It. T. Ir? vine, Friday afternoon at !t:30 o'clock. Among the town folks who took dinner at the Monte Vista on Thanksgiving were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L Chapman, Mr. a.id Mrs. C. K. P.S.niton. Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. T. Winston and daughter. Mrs. Bailey, and Sam McCltlen. K. F. Burgess bus just rebeiv e l 2 barrels Of Norwegian Span ish Mackerel. I John Swing, of the engineer I iug department of the Stonega Coke and Coal Company, Iiub i been transferred to Stonega. Dr. C. B. Bowyer, of Stone? ga, spent Tiiauksgiviug in the Gap. .Miss Caroline Rhodes left 1Monday for Bristol, where she will Spend a few dnvH visiting Miss Virginia Boverly, who Is Iattending school at the Virgin ! ia institute thorn. , Go in the Nickels Grocery Company for your groceries, ! Vim v\ ill save money. Lindsey Morton returned Sun-1 day night from Jonesvillo where ho spent n few ilays visiting Ills llliele, C I'. Ilorlon. It, Ii. Pippin iV Son have leased the Royul Liviiry Stuhle to take effect December l-t. They will also handle coal in connection with Hit) livery. Largest assortment of wall paper in Wise County for sale by W. (i ( oulls. Call and ex? amine his slock. Claude Kelly has purchased a new seven passenger Itoiek ear which will ho used for pas? senger traffic. (i. P, Jnnoa and (Maude Bev? erly, deputy internal revenue collectors went to Rbanoke Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. .1 P, Wolfe and son and daughter, Peter and Margaret, motored up to Appa lachia .Sunday. Miss Lillie Darker returned to her homo at M llldota Satur? day after a few week's visit to her aunt. Mis. I'. M. Reusor. Miss Anna McCbrmick, of .Miildleshoro, spent a few days in the Cap lust week visiting her iinele, .I. I.. MeCrmick. Miss Maude Wolfe, who is teaching at Dante, spent the Thanksgiving holidays in the Gup with her father, .1. I'. Wolfe. Nickels Grocery Company ?eil for cash; and therefore sell goods at low prices. Miss Mary Bavos spent Thurs? day in Norton visiting friends. Miss Janie Blemp is spending a fow days in Jonesvillo this work visiting friends .Mis. Mollie Horton and Miss? es Maggie ami Edna Gjlly are spending a few days at Wise this week with relatives. Dr. Harry Smith and brother, Marion Smith, of Appalachia, spent Sunday in the (lap. Mrs. John McMullon and two little daughters, who have beon sp.?tiding a few days in the (lap visiting her parents, Rev, and Mrs. W. N. Wagner, returned to In r homo at Tip Top, near (1 rahum, Sunday. Mr-. C. Sam Carter am! little son, are spending several days in Itoanoko ami other points, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lowry were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Will Good loo Thanksgiving. The ladies of the Baptist Church will have their annual Christmas snlo on Friday, Do comber Ith, in the store room recently vacated by W, W. Taylor & Sons. All kinds of fancy work, household linens, lingerie, whole cakes, pies and dressed poultry will he on sale. Sandwiches, hot coffeo, <.>a, ice cream and cake will he served during the day. The sale will begin promptly at in a m. The public is cordially | invited. A Gift of Cut Glass IS ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE When selecting gifts for the women, don't overlook cut glass. It will surely please the recipient. We have a line assortment i? >r you to select from?something at any price you wish to pay?and every piece a gem. It is artistically designed, clear, deeply . cut and almost as dazzingly brilliant as diamonds. Therefis a greater tendency each Christ? mas to give useful presents. Nothing combines art and real worth more har? moniously than cut glass. Mutual Drug Company Big Stone Gap. Virginia Jewelry Our line is larger and belter than ever. KinK*. Bracelets, Watches. Wrist Watches, Brooches, sti.k ttn*. Beauty Cuff Buttons, Pearl Necklaces, Storting Vanity Coses, Cigarette Oases, Mesh Bugs, Spoons, Manicure und Toll tsi Sets. Watch Chains. Fol?. Cameo* und stick Pins mit fait tu look sit cur Wrist Watches. American movement, tin" kind that runs SIO, $11 and $12.50 Wo giuiruut).?orj article of Jewelry ?t<> price and quality; Parisian Ivory Our ex|ierieiiec in buying is your gnin. Tho line is perfect, the price is rij lit. Knives, Buttdnors, 35c v Manicure Fill all .">?>?? aellera at Toilel ami Manicure Sets $2 SO up Pin Cushions, Clothing a'nd Hal Bruslios, lliiir Itccolvers, Puff Boxes Ivory Whisk Brooms, Bonnet Bruslios, Shoe lloriw. infant s. t,. Battles, Jewel Fountain Pens A UK tlnarnntcod Pen Si. A full line "f Wntftrmnns' am) Parker's Pens from S2 to $IO Self Feeders, Vesi Pockol and Safety Pens, gold mounted on pins. We per sunnily guarantee every Pen we sell und will lie pleased lo exchange lifter Holl days if point does not sun owner. Cut Glass and China The nift Ihn! always pleases TliO gift that never changes its value War ha> Increased the con! of Pat lern-, in Cut Class. Oar prices are low cr than over, fiuuiranco on China has Increased the coal of the latter 10 pei cent, Our prices remain the same. Wi Invite you to visit our most gorgeou array of Cot Qlnss ami China. Why, OUR DRUG STORE is just the place to come to buy your Christmas presents. We can give you exquisite presents, and the cost won't be much. Only come in and SEE our Gilt Goods; you will buy them. And those who get them will like them. Hiiylers' and Nunnallys' Candies The best from the East, The choicest from the Smith. These morsels will help to make Xinas an ideal one. "Rememberl K man i> known bj the Candy he tends." Fancy and regular size packages in i. -\ 3 and 5 pounds; Fancy baskets and fruits. Buy the standards. I-Iuylers and Nunnallys and you are sure to please. Leather Goods iiit lim? i? thn choicest pick of llio manufacturer, of Leathei t..??is. It Includes all the new nntnbcrs of La lies' Party Boxes, l,nuim' lfcif<s. c-.ml '?i-s. Jewel Cases, Writing Chocs, Sewing Boxes and Sowing Baskots from ISo.to II.V0U Quine Setsi Bridge Set*, gold ,111 I silver liiiod ootktpsiblo Drink inir Cups in l?nthar lioxes. Lawyers' Briiif Cuhck, Flasks, (tents' Cigar iunl Cigarette Case* and Match Boxm Why Not Buy Him A Watch? LOOK! LOOK! 1.00k! A 16 size 20 year Guaranteed Case, 15 Jewel. American move? ment, guaranteed by us for HO, We also carry all the watches that made the Dollar famous ? Ingcr SoU, ji.?Oj (1.50, f-' <h> and $2.50. Cigars, Pipes and Smokers' Outfits ''Cortcz Cigars fot M< n of Brains" means that the most fastidious have selected these brands for their excellent Aroma. Boxes pi 25s and soties. Prices: $2.00. $2.50, 53.00 and $5.00 the box; Our lim: of Pipes includes everything front 25c t $10.00 All varieties of Briar, Meerschaum and C bash Pipes. Cigars and Cigarette Cases. KODAKS Let the children kodak. Let us show you the new Brownie. Every day pictures of the g,,nd timesarouudhome easy to take with a Brownie Camera. Let us show yon how sun pie ami inexpensive photogra? phy is now-a-days. :ala NOVELTIES Start Them RUM! Uncle Sam's Bank will take care of their savings. A ring for every nickel. 1 for a dime, .i for a quar? ter. Price |)1.50, Worth thous? ands too child. Good banks for $1. Childrett's Books?Up ? to date tiovels. John Fox's Books, King I Books, Memorandums, etc. 500 Votes tor every $1.00 Purchase ol all the above Articles. KELLY DRUG COMPANY BIG STONE GAP. VA. Simon 10. Banks returned Saturday night from Knoxville, 'I'enn.. vvlieru lie lias been tak? ing a business course, and lias accepted a position with the South-West Insurance Agenoy at this place. Mrs. ('lias. Chapman, of Mid dh-shoro, is spouding a few days in the Hop visiting hor sister, Mrs. II K. lienedid. Miss Nan Burker, who has been spending several days in the (lap, visiting Miss Janet Bailey, returned tu her home in Salem, m ar Koanoke, Mon? day. Miss Bess Wygal, of Dryden, accompanied Miss Kate Brown, who is teaching music at Benn ington (Jap, home Friday night and spent the week end. You will save in pur cent by trailing with the Nickels Gro? cery Company. The Guild of Christ Church will meet Thursday afternoon at :i o'clock with "Mrs. I>. B. Savers. Jerome Wells and George Rhodes spent Thanksgiving in Lee County visiting friends. Walker Jones and Arthur Crawford spent Sunday in Mid dleshoro. Mrs. 0. K. Blanton spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Bris led, visiting her mother, Mrs. McCluen. Mrs. Tom Kgans and seven children, of Kentucky, are spending a few days up in the valley visting Mrs. Vick Kgnns. Mr. and Mrs. George Rohi nette moved from up in the valley last week to Keokee, where Mr. Robiucltn is in the lumber business near there. Misses Emmn Duncan und Georgia Bostwick spent several days in Louisville, Ky., last week shopping. Call and see the large assort? ment of wall paper ou sal? by \V. G. Cotttts. .Mayor an-'. .Mrs George W ar? ren, (nee .diss Ruby R/tton), spout Saturday and Sunday in tin; (iap, on route to their homo in Bristol from Drydcn, whore they spont Thanksgiving with Mrs. Walton's relatives, FOR RENT:?Store room, 70x50 feet, under Monte Visiu Hotel, lately occupied by vV W. Taylor A Sons. Will rout as a whole, or divide into two rooms ami rent separately, Apply to J. W. Kelly or ('. S. Carter. Miss Sarah Cochrnn Infi Sun? day for Minneapolis, Minnesota, whore she will spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends there and at other points. Mrs. w. K. Baker and daugh? ter, Mrs. Paul Chestnut, ami two children, spent Thanksgiv? ing at Roda visiting Mrs. N. Seals. Mrs. Hugh Gibson, of Rich? mond, Ky., arrived in the t iap Friday and spent a fow days visiting her parents, lir. ami Mrs. 1). P. Orr. She went to Gibson's Station Monday morn ing to visit relatives, after w hich she will go to Nashville, where her husbund is undergo ing treatment. Mrs. James Green, of San Antonio, 'Texas, is spending sevoral days in the Gap visiting her neice, Mrs. Crockett Ham? iden, and sister, Mrs. Dave Williams, who lives below town. The buyer fbr Nickels Stores is attending the market this week to purchase a log line of Christmas goods. They will he sold cheap for cash. Mrs. H. K. Ruinier entertain ed at dinner Thanksgiving: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Garrison and daughter, Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Williams, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Klanary, Miss Winfrey, of East Stone Gap, and Mr. Wells. CHOEC I DU' l'i tll'U S\ IUI \\ \l.k*W-' Walkers want Knud ibotl that tin not thalc or annoy their led - shoos Hut (it tad near ?.II nod yet arc nut cvpeil? sivc. Wc have just what you want, and hey cost nu innre ihm the ordinary shoe. The comfort is in ihe making. D. C. WOLFE FARM BOOKKEEPING THK <<>l VI'HY ilKNTI.KM AN says "IJualiicaa inetiiCKlakroTadeapeiiHahle, Tin mi m who does not know what lila annual liiconio la should wake up and tind ont. ?nlj l.kkceplng wilt do the trhiki. After.bo has adopted it. ho niay discover that he Iii- licon relying mi some one crop to make up for the deficiencies of other* Then is of omission will rise up ai(alnat hlin liken nightmare unit lie will he con il ih n l.n-iiM -- is business, just .1-. 1 wily i^ farming Is (arming?and tint the latter calm..t thrive without the furnier." TTIK ? offer* 1 k|m5i ill course in Karin Bookkeeping, which may he taken with,or Independ ! cht of other courses IV rite for catalogue ami |>articulan Reservation* should be made for futnre entrance A l i .-- E. M. COULTER. PrusUlont, Roanoko. Va Mr. anil Mrs. W. H. Poll) spun I ;i few days in E'ennirig tou Gap last week Visiting rela? tives. Miss Mary Bays nnd W. D. j Fuller spent Sunday in Appala uhia, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. i 11 irain Puller. Joshua and John F. Mulllns have the contract to erect a line !'> room residence fur ,1. i\ VVhlf.i tin> corner of Bast Fourth Street and Clinton Ave nie- and a force of men com inonced work- Monday oxcavat : ing for the foundation. Mrs. W. .1. Ilorsley returned Tuesday night from Richmond, whore she was treated at the I Johnson-Willis Hospital, and her many friends are glad to I learn that she has greatly im? proved. The Indien <>i the Presbyterian Church take this means of thanking ami showing their ap? preciation to Dr. Montague ami Mr Willis for their kindness in letting them have their sale of fancy articles at the Mutual I h ug Store, and also for their help in many ways, anil ex? treme courtesy shown them while conducting the sale. Mrs C Francis Camp, of Dante, spent the Thanksgiving holidays in the (Jap with her grandfather, H. S. Shanklin and Mrs. J. L>. McCormick. Miss Bessie Kvorett, who i? teaching at Kichlunds.und who taught here last year, spent the Thanksgiving holidays in the Gap visiting friends.