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Candy that is Wholesome
Quality in candy is a matter that we are rather fussy about. All our candies comply with the National Pure Food and Drug Laws in every particular. You will find nothing more pleasing in the candy line than Huylers' and Nunnallys' Chocolates of which we carry an elegant assortment in -packages from one half to one pound. Pure .. Fresh .. Sweet .. Delicious ICelly Company big erroivi^ GAP, v>v. LOCAL ITEMS. I), S. Skinner, of Keokee, was visiting in town Sunday'. J. W. Quillen, Jr., and A. VV. Compton were Norton visitors in the Gap Saturday. J. N. Hillman, of Cooburn, superintendent of Wise County Schools, spent Saturday in town. \V. A. Anderson, professoi of the Lebanon High School, was visiting in the Cap Saturday. Miss Rebecca Napier was up from Turkey Cove Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives. D. B. Snyors and family re turned to the Cap last week from a several days visit with relatives in Ohio. 0, C. Long, the automobile man, spent Saturday in Bristol on business. Mrs. .Mike Ohristopbus and little son, who have been spend? ing some time in the Cap with Mrs. Ohristopbus1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, returned Kri day to their home in California. .Mr. and Mrs. Cary Laugher ty and Mrs. Perry motored up to Wise .Saturday, where they visited relatives. Mrs. Harold Hatcher and lit tie son, of Harold, Ky., are vis? iting relatives down in theOovo. Miss Kuby Kemper spoilt Sat? urday night at Appalaehia with Mrs. Ed .Mouser. FOR SALE.?On easy terms, three nice residence lots near the Ball Bark. AppI) to lir C. E. Grooar, St. Paul, Va t I-17 Miss Mabol Gaines,?f Norton, spent Saturday and Sunday in tile Gap visiting Miss Janet Bailey. Mitm Dorothy Tackelt spent Saturday and Sunday at Pen nington Gap visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. Wren, of Chilhowie, spent a few days in tho Gap last week, guests at the Monte Vista Hotel. Miss Gertrude Bailey, of Olinger, is spending a few days in the Gup with Miss Janie Slemp. Miss Angy Manning Taylor, a prominent mission worker and lecturer, has returned to Appalaehia from a ton days visit to Birmingham, Atlanta and other Southern cities. Mr. and Mrs, Jas. It. Taylorl returned to tlm (!up Monday morning from Cincinnati,where Mrs. Taylor was operated oh for nose and throat trouble. b. K. Pickerel, catcher, foiH the Big Stone Gap base ball1 elttl) the past summer, left. Fri day to cjueli the high school in I athletics at Fostoriu, ' Ihip. Mr.. Pickerel said it was his iuten-| lion to return to the (lap next summer. KOK SALE?-Saddle horse of registered Denmark strain, ' gelding, 4 years 0 months old, partially trained in the saddle gaits, thoroughly broken to harness, gentle disposition, i7 hands high, weight L070 pounds, j One of the best bred colls in Wise County today. Reason for sidling: now using a car. Apply at this office 11. M. Meek, of Haiti more, spent a few days in town this week on business. Tip folly; of Appulocliin, spent Sunday at the Monte Vista Hotel. The ladies of the Baptist Church will hold their annual 1 sale of fancy work on Friday November 24th. Geo. Moore, of Jonbson City, spent a few days in the (lap .Mi.-s Florence Smith, who has been spending six weeks in the Gap visiting Mrs. I. C. Taylor, returned Thursday night loher home in Detroit, j Mich. I Mrs. E. K. Uoftdloo spent a few days lust week in Kuox I ville. Misses Florence McCormiek land Sarah Cooh ran were shop, ping in Appalachia Thursday. Mrs. Henkle will be. hostess of the LloytlGuild ofOhrislChuroh at the Monte Vista Hotel Th?rs day afternoon, at ;i:.-iO. George Mullins, who is work? ing at Kingsport, spent a few days in town last week with his family near the Southern tlepot. W. F. (Jrowdor, who is work? ing near (Iraliatn, spent a few days last week with bis family. F?ll RENT?Six room houso with bath, servants room, large front and back porches, cellar, etc. Next to Episcopal Church. Further information furnished by L. T. Winston, Treasurer. I Notice of Application 1 p For License 1 [SJ Notice is hereby given, tliat in conformity with Is] jgj tlie provision of an Act of the General Assembly of [s (SI Virginia, approved March 10, 1916. (Acts 1916, Chap- rajl [9j ter 146, pages 219-223-224), the undersigned, will on 151 r|] November 27, 1916, at 11 o'clock a. m. of that day llji [r? apply to the Circuit Court of Wise County, Virginia, j-gji [0 for ajicense to purchase, store and sell wine for sac- i5] Ijgj ramental purposes, and pure fruit, ethyl and grair. [Gj] alcohol for medicinal, scientific, mechanical and phar- raj macentical purposes; and to purchase and use ardent jSl spirits and alcohol 'for the manufacture of flavoring l[=j extracts, toilet, medicinal and antiseptic preparations raj or solutions, and patent and proprietory medicines, Jaj as provided by the said Act of Assembly, ?j Mutual Drug Company '? INCORPORATED M BIG STONE GAP, VA. b 'Congressman 0. B. Slemp received through the mail lust] Thursday morning a large shovel from a party in Russell | County which Mr Slemp treas urers very highly and will Ii od good liso of it in the future. Miss Mahle Durham, of Nor? ton, was visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, 0. D. Vaughn. Rev. W. A Brooks, of Coe-1 burn, will (ill the pulpit at tho| Baptist Church Sunday morn? ing at 11 o'clock and Itov. \V. A. Simons at night,, in the ah sence of the pastor. W A N TED.?Salesman for I each town in Virginia, Spien- j did opportunity for reliable par ly. R iferonco required. Ad* dress ,1. V. (! wait (lev, Room 'Jill Times Building, Ronnoko, Vu., Miss Lillian Head, who bus been touching school at Upper] Elk, in Buchanan County, for the past two months, returned Saturday to her home in tin (lap. Miss Lillie Ca wood, who has been spending a few months in one of the Hospitals in Rich ni?nd, studying to he a nurse, is spending some lime with her parents above the furnace on account, of her health, she hav ing been operated on for tip poudicitia a few weeks ago. Rev. .1. M. Smith will lilt his regular appointments next Sun? day as follows: frosby terian Church 11 a. m., Buffalo (Jap 3:30 p. in.. Cracker's Nock 7 p m. A cordial invitation to all to attend these services. The Ladies' Aid Society of I the Presbyterian 0hunch will hold their annual Kancy5^ Work Bazarr on Thursday, Novem? ber 'J:lrd, in the vacant stores of I j the Monte Vista Building. A| full line of Parcel Post pack: ages and Japanese Ware will] a IsjjJ he offered for sale. FOR S ALK?Dining Room Set, consisting of one table, soven, chairs, two china closets, jonubulTct, one serving table, all quartered oak, good as now. Will sell as a whole or in part j I at a bargan. For particulars I call at this office. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I. Wade, who huvo been living in th( Oap for several years will leave Sunday morning for Bristol, where they will visit relatives. also at Christianshurg, before j going on to Washington, where I they will make their future home, Mr. Wade having resign? ed his position here with thel Stonega Coke and Coal Com? pany to accept one in Washing-1 ton. Rev. J. B. Craft left Tuesday! for Norfolk to attend the Bap list General Assembly of Vir ginia. On Thursday of this! week ho will deliver an ad | dress before the Assembly on Home Missions. On his return J home Mr. Craft will stop Bristol, where, on next Sunday morning, lie will preach the j dedicatory sermon at the North I Baptist Church in that city. WANTED?At once, a num? ber one Armature Winder ? North fori; Electrical Repair |& Supply Company, Northfork, W.Va. tf. WANTED Team Drivers, Timber Cut? ters, and man to work around saw mill. Also to cut extract wood. Good wages paid for good workers. Apply to W. E YEARY, 1 -111-47 Black wood, Va. Conley T. Roasor, who hohle j la position with the Elkbnrnj I Coal Corporation at Fleming, iKy , returned to his work last ? week after spending a few days with his parents in Lee County. The Johnson City Staff has the following to say in regard to I'aul Jessee, a former Big Stone Gap boy, who holds an important, position with the Soldiers' Home at that place: Paul Jessee, chief cook, who has been absent on sick leavo for several months is on deck again sound as a grnnitn block and happy as a lord. This re? lieves Hurry C. Cutting, who has acceptably tilled the posi? tion temporarily for bis friend. To mark the return to the old regime, t'ae two joined yester? day in making a bplendid big pot pie for dinner for all. Mr. Cutting will go to Mobile to visit a son. TRESPASS NOTICE. All parties are prohibited from hunting or trespassing on j my farm, situated near the western limits of the town. \V. S. Mathews Shower for Miss Batkins. Mrs. Sidney Southorlnnd,1407 Grove Avenue, has issued in yilntions for a linen shower, to be given in honor of her sister, Miss Edith P. Batkins. whose marriage to Mr. Denny C. Col? bert, of Marion, Va., will take place next week. Mrs. Blither laud wiil entertain at home Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. ?Richmond Virginian. NOTICE. Karl Stoehr, Manager for Kelly Drug Company, will ap? ply for license (<> despense ami use in manufacturer and com pounding of I'harmacential preparations, Ethyl alcohal, I". S. P.j November SO, lOlO. Young Elcctrican Is Elec? trocuted. 1). \V. Dixon, an electrician, 25 years of age, met instant death at Kingsport Saturday afternoon. He was in the em? ploy of theClinchlleld Portland Cement Corporation, and while at work repairing a wire, came in contact with a voltage, said to have been ac -identally turn? ed on, that ended his life in? stantly. When discovered, bis body was suspended from the wire on which he had been at work. His body was sent to relatives at Big Stone Cap Bristol 11 e'rald (lourior. Shooting Affair In Kentucky. Froeling,Va.,Nov. 10. ? News of a shooting affair has just reached hero from Elkhorne City, Ky. ltappeares that Loyd Qantrell and Charles Anderson, both formerly of this county, became engaged in an alterca? tion, in which Cantroll drew a pistol and shot the other once ot twice. Caleb Cantroll, a brother to the other, thon at? tempted to slop the trouble, when he was shot and killed by Loyd. Anderson wasotdl alive at last accounts, Lut wan i.i a critical condition. Latest advices are in effect Cuntrell had not been arrested. S E E-= Gilmcr, Taylor & Bartley for the best and quickest car service at all hours to any points. or inquire of the clerk at Monte Vista Hotel for further information. Good Cars and Good Drivers at Reason? able Rates. Lest You Forget We take occasion to remind you that our stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes Hats and Furnishings is the niftiest outfit ever open? ed in this town. If you want t?> be right up in the front of the procession come in and let us fit you out. A smite goes with every sale even if there is no sale. W, W. Taylor & Sons Big Stone Gap, Va. f?[3?rl^ts]@(lrl^^Jirli3@ If You Are 1 Particular 1 If you want your meats |jb] "just so." If you waul IfJ] your steaks cut thick or |S| thin. If you want your toasts cut from a certain part; or if you want your bacon with a streak 61 lean and a streak of fat. Try us. You Will Got Your Wish It is om pleasure to please you. Will you giveJM its a chance tu d>> so? r=| IS1 151 3 j In Polly Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA.| S] The Hook When you leave the telephone receiver off the book, von put the line out of commission. Nobody on that line can niitke or receive a call. This causes much annoyance' und loss of time to all concerned anil possible loss of money and life till on account of somebody's carelessness. Always put tin; receiver back on the hook when the conversation is finished. When you telephone, smile. n THE (:i I ESA PEA K E AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA E. R. MILTON, Local Maniirjer. Tel. 9000 Norton, V?. PUT ON i6"6y"' jgTILL GOOD I9llrfe[t CORTRIGHT SH?b Their lacord la proof of their worth. On the market Iwrniy-nlne year*, ur.j ilia first r^ofs laid aro still tight end ?jcm.J today. They ara fino in appvaranco, t.torm-pioof r>rnl inexpensive. 4 for Sate ty JOSHUA ft. JOHN F. MULLINS, Bi? Stono Cap, Va. South-West Insurance Agency ^Incorporate! Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers*. Office in Intormont Bo?dfofr. BIG STONE GAP, VA.