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XVI. an Other ?ylc. tlO la %V A musical evening with the Victor-Victrola Nothing could please your guests more than to be entertained tav the. music of the Victrola. This wonderful instrument places at your command the services of the world's greatest singers .and musicians?an array of talent that will win the admiration of your guests, and give them an evening of entertainment that will linger long iii their memory. % Wo will be jflad to demonstrate the Victrola to you whenever you hn<l it convenient to Stop in?we'll play any music you wish to hear There du Victrolas (rum $15 to $200, and Victors from $10 to $100?and we'll arrange terms to suit you. Kelly Drug Company Sole Agents BIG STONE GAP, VA. LOCAL IT UMS. II. K Benedict spent several days lust week in Ivingsport on business. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Benjamin returned Thursday night from New York where Mrs. Benja? min has been spending a mouth with relatives. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Hamiden, at their home in the Uove, Friday morning, a girl. Mrs. .1. B. Wampler and daughter, Sue, has returned from a visit to relatives in dale City. W. J. Smith, the hardware man, spent a few days last week in Louisville on business; Miss Naomi Golf left Friday for an extended visit to rela? tives in Russell County. Mrs. Pierson will he hostess to the Lloyd Gujld of Christ Kpiscopal Church Thursday afternoon at il:SO o'clock. Born to Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Ray, on Tuesday of last week, a girl. Mr. ami Mrs. (!. II. Long and son, John, who have been liv. ing for the past few years tit DuUgiinnOll, moved last week back to the(lap. Mrs. Ohas. Sproles and daughter, Mrs. Lelaud Bene? dict, and baby, spout a fesv days last week at Appalachian Mrs. \V. B. Kilbourno spent a fesv days at Drydon with her mother last week. A. L. Helton and little daughter; Lmiiso, und sister, Miss Mattie Hol ton, have mov? ed from the Connor property on [mboden Hill into apart? ments in the Toilraine Plats. Mr. iiml Mrs. J. U. Plorpont land children returned last wook ! to tli.- < lap from Washington, where they spent the Holidays with relatives. Miss Carrie Watts, steno? graph.r in Bullitt ami Chalk ley's law oflice, was called to her home ItiSt week in Bowling Groon, Ky., on account of tin; ill ?loss of her mot lioTi Tom Cochrnn, who rolurned a few weeks ago from the Bor? der, left Saturday for Ft. lie llltnce, where he will attend school al Augusta Military Academy; C. O. VanGorder and daugh tor, Miss Nell, have been spend ing several days in Warren,Pa , wiiura.they wore culled on ac? count of the death of a near relative. Mrs. Sarah 'Marrs left Mon? day tor Kingsport, where she i will visit her daughter, Mrs. CIlUS. Hal-. Bev, W. .V. Wagner lind the misfortune to stick a nail in his fool last Saturday, which has kept hiin confined to his room ever since. M:s-i Roberta Buck, one of the teachers, returned Sunday night froni Kr?nt Hoya), where sie' spent the Holidays. Mrs. A. .1. Wolfe substituted for her in the school the three days she wiis absent. |)r. I M. Wolfe, of Jackson? ville, III., has written a very interesting hook, which is be? ing published by a Boston lirm, which will be released soon anil! will been sale here. Dr. Wolfe is a brother of Prof. A..I.Wolfe, of the Gap. M <!. I3fy wnyup from Jones vitle Saturday >n business. No Substitutes Allowed There may he circumstances under which a "fair exchange is no robbery,'! but it won't work in a rep? utable dru? store. In such a store Prescriptions Are Inviolate Your doctor is supposed to know what lie ortlers in the prescription he gives you, and we I'ILL IT TO THE LETTER, or hot at all. If we haven't the right ingredient WE NEVER SUBSTITUE. Substitutes are dangerous. We ".uard your health. Insist on your prescriptions coming to us. Mutual Drug Company INCORPORATED . BIG STONE CAP, VA. Commonwealth's Attorney (!, lt. McCorklo, of Wise, spent Saturday und Sunday in town with relatives. li. T. Bogard, of Petmington Gup, was in town Saturday j looking after the interests of the Electric 'I'ransmisson Com I party. i Attorney L. M. Bobine? t. of I Jones v die, was a business vis? itor in town Saturday. Tip Polly was down from Ap palachiu Sunday visiting f rienils. Miss Georgia Cox, the ac? commodating telephone opera? tor, spent Sunday lit Roda vis? iting friends. Garret) VV. Scott, county road superintendent, was down from Norton Sunday. White Loyd, who is employ oil in the general oflices of ihe Slonega Coke and Coal Com paiip III this place, spent Sun? day at Pennington (lap with homefolks. Miss Mattie Brown returned to Abingdotl Sunday morning, ahere she is attending school al Maltha Washington College, after spending the holidays will) her parents in the (lap. Miss Mary Kilbourrie, who took t he examination November the fourth for Assistant Postal Clerk in the postotlice here, made highest grade of the four applicants and was appointed January first to the position. Mrs. Golden Lunar, of Pen? nington (lap, spent a few days in town last week with Her cousins. Misses Blanche and Mary Kilb?'urne. Goo. A. Thorpe, representing the Bristol Typewriter Com? pany, was in town the latter part of last week on business. P. M. lieasor. Creed Keasor and I, II. Wade, who comprise the Appraising Committee of the Lee.Wise National Farm Loan Association, returned to the (lap Saturday from a sevoi al days trip through Wise county. Hilly Mathews returned to the Gap last week from tho border at Brownsville, Texas, where In; has been statiomwi with Company 11, 2nd Regi? ment of Virginia National Guard, his term of enlistment having expired. Ho went to Hopewell Tuesday morning to resume his work with tho i)u pont Powder Company, with whom hu was employed when called for duty. Miss Florence McCormick, who is teaching at St. Paul, spent the week ond in tho Gap with her parents. C. P. Sproles went to Bristol Sunday to attend the funeral of Capt. P. H. Kolmsbfo with whom ho was associated for many years with the Virginia & Southwestern Railway. E. L. Curley, who held a posi? tion in the purchasing depart? ment of tho Stonegn Coke and Coal Company at Appalachia, has been transferred to the ac? counting department in the general offices of the same < !oih pany at this place. Mr. and Mrs. M E. Oelken r.?turned last week from Hani bal. Mo , where they spent the holidays with relatives. I>r. and Mrs. 1). K. (irr have quit housekeeping and are mov? ing this week to St. Paul,win re they will spend the winter with their daughter, Mrs. (!. 1, Fugh. Dr. Orr, who is an experienced dentist, will open an ollice in Gaatlewoods, three miles from Si. Paul, where he will continue to practice his profession. The many friends here of l?r. and Mrs. Orr regret very much that they are going away and trust that they will return to the Gap again in the spring to live. Mrs A .1 Wolfe will be the hostess to the I'. 1), C's this af ternoon at three o'clock. Mrs. W. 0. Moore, of Wash illgtoil, D. 0., has been spend? ing several days in the Gap with her mother, Mrs. .1. W. Fox. Biley Stone, of Bristol, spent one night in the tiap last week with his sister, Mrs. S. W. Wax. Rev. c. B. Livesay, of Bris? tol, delivered a Sunday School address in the Christian Church Sunday morning and preached at ~:W o'clock ut night, lie was formerly pastor of the church here ami at Appalachia and has a large circle of friends in this section. .1. E. Biinn left Monday for Scottsville, Ala., near which place he has purchased a 'JTOn acre farm, said to lie one of the best corn and cotton farms in notherll Alabama. The farm, which cost him near one hun? dred thousand dollars, is welt stocked ami has all modern im? provements, including sixteen tenement houses. Mr. Biinu will move his family there some lime this year, where they will reside in the future. It is said that Mr. Buun bought this farm at a great bargain and his friends are congratulating him on his good fortune. All has not been cake and honey with the Eritzi SchelT company on tour. Three weeks ago Miss Schoff, in "Husbands Guaranteed," a music,,1 play, began a tour of New York state. Then for t wo weeks she appear? ed at the (iarrick theatre, Phil? adelphia For an Unknown reason, although Christmas week always promises big re? turns, Miss Schelf came to a temporary halt in Philadelphia the Saturday before the holi? day. Amelia Stiinmerville and William Harrigan resigned, bin the others apparently have held fast. The company has been in New York all this week in the process of reorganization, The lour, it is said, will be re? sumed soon, with George An? derson, Miss Schelfs husband, acting the role originally play? ed by Mr.Harrigan.?Richmond Evening Journal, Announcement is made of a new partnership for the prac? tice of law in Big Stone Gap as of January 1st. Tho firm is composed of It. T. .Irvine, of this place, and Win. A. Stuart, formerly of Abingdon, V?. Mr. I Irvine is already well known to the legal profession in Virginia, ?nod Mr. Stuart is a young at? torney of line promise and is well known in South west Vir ginia;after graduating atEmory and Henry College, he won the Cecil Rhodes scholarship in Ox? ford University. England, ami spent three years of study there, after which lit; entered the University of Virginia as a law student ami graduated with honor there last June, subse? quently passing successfully the State Bar examination. It is the purpose of the Town Council to try to get the reser? voir land seeded to grass at as little expense ns possible by contracting with some ono to! seed part this year and culti-l vate the balance to corn orotb-1 er crops. Then seed another ] part next year and cultivate the i balance and seed this the fob | lowing year. Persons interest-1 ed in cultivating the land under terms of this kind should con- < suit members of the council. $4.00 ONE V E A Ii SIX "MONTHS Courier-Journal Daily By Mail NOT SUNDAY) A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE During January AND February Only Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months Sponilul Combination at a Little Over Half the Keinilar Price Subscription orders al this rate will be accept? ed only when sent through regular Courier-Journal Agent in this district. Courier-Journal Company LOUISVILLE. KY. J Bargain in Organs | I at $55, $65 and $75 I |^| We have now oh exhibition in our store a line of ?l rgj < Irgans that surpass anything we have ever earrietl |gn tSJ before and they will he sold at bargain prices too. jSj WE INSURE THEM *M In addition to the unusual bargains we are pffer iga iiig on these musical instruments, we insure them [ell for a periotl of live years against loss by hit: free of Sj charge after being installed in your home. You will [rifl find our terms reasonable. Come ami sec. I W. W. Taylor & Sons 1 U Ri? Stone Cap. Virginia 1 Some People i Are Healthy They are happy and pros- fsJ porous, and always meet you with a smile. Some El more'people are sickly anil [ca _ discouraged. They a r e (pj fS| "down in the inoiitii and down :U the heel.'' ffsl M 151 There's A Reason ?j [j?j If you want to belong to the contented healthy ^| [ellclass, you had better "get in line." Buy and cat our ral s] invigorating meats. They don't cost much and surely l5j |cjjj do make life worth living. fjjHisel's Meat Market1 j||ln Polly Building, Big Stone Giip, Virginia [fjj South-West Insurance Agency ^Incorporated l"ire, Life, Accident and Casuality In suranee. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. I Office,in Intonnont Building, BIG STONE GAP. VA. Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies from the Wise Printing Company.