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^p? All of tl^ese^h'mg^ draw our |H /??? Send Him an Eastman Autographic Kodak. It is the one tiling that will tell of all his experiences when lie comes home.. KEI^I^Y DRUG COMPANY Tj/io fflcxall Store BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. lt. K. Taggart spent Tuesday in Bristol shopping. Miss Editil Hnllard spent n few days last week visiting friends in Lee county. Big Christmas opening a t Goodlon Brothers Friday ami Saturday. Mw. W. J. Draper and Iii tie niecb, Helen Sargent, spent a few days a t Clinohport last week with relatives. Miss Kachel t raft, who is at tending school at Virginia ln termont in Bristol; spent the Thanksgiving Holidays in the Unp with her father, Rev, ,1. 11. Craft. The Guild of Christ Church will meet with Mrs. I linket Thursday afternoon a t four o'clock. The Presbyterian Aid Society will hold its annual Buzt.T at the Mutual Drug Store on Sat? urday afternoon. December 7th from two to live thirty o'clock. Fancy work, knitting hags, caps, aprons and good things to eat will he on sale. Headquarters for Sun tu (Maus at Good loo Brothers Friday and Saturday. Miss Mary Preston, of Ta/.e well, was the attractive guest a few days last week of her uncle and aiiut, Mr. ami Mis. Marvin Kelly, in the Cap. Mrs. Will Yoary spent a few days at Keokee last week visit? ing her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Norton, spent Wednesday in the Clap with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Fleenor, onroute to Chicago. Mrs. Jones and grand daugh? ter, Estliei Gibson, spent a few days lust week in Bristol visit ing friends. Dr. J, W. Kelly left Monday night on a few days business trip to Louisville and Cincin? nati. Miss Mary Connor has been spending several days in Coal wood, W. Va . visiting her brother, Ohas. Conner, dr. Claude Black, of Knoxville, spent the Thanksgiving Holi? days in the Cap with his sif? ter, Mrs. Harry Brunhum. Miss Ella Aston, of Lebanon, was the attractive guest of Misses Margaret und Adelaide Pettit a fow days last week. J. M. Johnson and son, John Henry Johnson, of Hale City, spent Thanksgiving in the Gup, the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. K. A. Ayers. Miss -Juliet Knight returned Tuesday from Abingdon, where (the spent several days visiting her sister. Miss Kathleen Knight, at Martha Washington College. Li, T. Irvioo nndj. W. Chalk I ley spent a few daya this week in Harlan oh b?BlUeBS, Miss Nancy Harding, who has boen spending some time in ; tin1 (Jap, at tln> It01 ni' of Dr. anil Mrs. .1. A. Gilmer, returned Aridity to hor homo in Castle woods, for tt few days. Master Jtunes Polk Taylor, aecompa nied hor homo. Mrs. John Litton and little daughter, Mary datto, have been spending a few days in the Gap with Mrs. Pierpoint, while their homo in Norton, which was damaged by lire last Wed? nesday, is being repaired. Little Miss Uuth MahafTey spoilt ii few days last week til I 111 bod en with her ?ister, Mrs. Clarence Davis., See fancy bags, knitting hn^s a ml camisoles tit Goodloo Broth? ers' opening Kridtiv and Satur? day. Miss Mndgo Munsey spent a few tluys last week at Green? ville. Teun., visiting her sister, Mrs. t Itho Mullein.. Dr. and .Mrs. (i. C. (Himer, of the ('ovo, spent Saturday in the Gup with Dr. and Mrs. .1. A. Gilmer. Miss Bniily Richmond) -o f tittle City, spent a few days in town last week visiting Misses Margaret ami Adelaide l'ettit. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Davidson entertained a t their home at Ktonega, Sundav for dinner, Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Daughorty, of the (Jap, Mrs. N. 1). Pressly, of Norton. Misses Mary and Lucy Quiiioii and K. J. Quilleu. Miss Margie White spent a few. days hist week at Bristol with her sister, Mrs. Walter Robinson. Misses ,1 uaneta, Margaret and Hellen Taylor spent a few days (at Clinchporl last week with llieir.grand mother, Mrs. Hel? len Fitlin. Johnny Gilley is spending ?overnl days in Chicago, where In' sold a large number of his lino cattle to Armours. Itr. and Mrt?. G. Ci Ilonoycut spent Thanksgiving with rela? tives in Scott County. Miss Mary Lee Maiden pri? mary teacher in the public school, spent the Thanksgiving Holidays with her lister in Clintwood. ' Lieut. Ryland Craft arrived in the Cap last week from Fort Myers, where he has been in training for several weeks. He will spend it few days witli his father, Rev. J. B. Craft, before going to Camp Lee, where he will help train the new recruits. Mrs. T. M. Cherry.of Norton, .Messrs. Robert ami Deck Klan ary.of Wise, wore quests at their sister, Mrs. J. w. Kelly, Thanksgiving for dinner. South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. Offico ?n lntormont Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA. Anything you want to make n nice Christmas present nt Uoodloo Brothers. Harry ('. Wallnee Im? resign ed his position with the Wise Printing Company n n <1 left Sunday night for Cincinnati, whom he will take a business course. Lieut. Henry Goodlne, of Fort Myers, the youngest brother of tho Goodloe Brothers, in the Cap, spent a few days here this wet k en route to Camp Lee. Lieut, and Mrs. Sam McChes ney, who have been spending several weeks at ('amp McClel laii in Anuiston, Ala., arrived in the Cap Monday, where I hoy will spend several daya visiting Mrs. AlcChesney's parents Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Beverly. The Woman Missionary So? ciety will meet with Mrs. \V. II. Polly Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tho following birth announce? ment has been received in the Cap. "Arrived al Washington, D. C, this thirtieth day of No voinber, 1!U7, Merle Courtney Crowdor to Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Crowder, weight six pounds and eight ounces." Mrs. Crow der was formerly Miss Courtney Williams, who taught in tho K:tst Stone Cap and Coebnrn high schools and has visited in the Gap a number of times. Mrs. It. 1). Baker ami daugh? ter, Miss Agnes, of Winchester, Ky., spent Thanksgiving in the Gap with Mrs. Baker's father, J. N. Moore. The Mutual Drug Store at this place was sold last week to the Avers Drug Company, a new corporation recently or? ganized, with J. B. Avers its manager. Tho now concern will continue the business at tho old stand on Wood Avenue, and will make it up to dale in every particular. Misses So\\, Ktilh and Jean Marrs and Miss Crooksbaw, of L. B. S., at Pennington (lap, motored over to Ilm (Jap Friday from Keokee, with Barl l'helts, and spent a few hours. Lieut. Henry Bullitt, who is stationed at Camp MeCIcllan, Annie ton, Alia., arrived in the Cap Thursday, where he will spend a few duys tit the home of his sister, Mrs. .1. W. Chalk ley. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Qrubbs, a ten pound girl on last Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alaover and two children, Mtss Evelyn anil Master Bobert, spent a few days in Cincinnati last week Shopping. J. W. Sprinkle, of Wildor, spent a fesv days in the Gap last week. His daughter. Miss Elizabeth, who i a attending school hero, accompanied him homo for the Thunksgiving I Holidays, returning to the Gap Monday. STRAYED?One cmv, deep re.d color, dehorned und blind in right eye. Reward for infor? mation leading to recovery?E. A. Harner, Big Stone Gap, Vn. Mr. ami Mrs. Chns. Cuuuor left lust Thursday night for Ar tehtus, Ky., where Mr. Connor will oporute his new corI mines, which he receutly purchased. Mrs. Misson, of Atlantic City, N. J., who has been spending a few days in the Qap witii her daughter, Mrs. Reuben Musters, returned this week to her home. Her little grand son, Reuben Masters, accompanied her home where he will remain while his mother is taking treatment in Heudersonville, N. C. VY. \V. Bickley, who under wont a serious operation in the Abmgdon Hospital about four weeks ago, returned t o his homo in the Cap Tuesday, ac? companied by his sister, Miss I'arilce Bickley, who has been with him ever since the opera? tion. His condition has been greatly improved and he will soan bo able to he out agnin. Fleet Strong, one of the many young men who was called to the colors from Wise County, returned to Big Stone (lap last week from Camp, Leo, having bet-ii exempted on account of a dependent family. A vers ('Impel, a union church in ar the furnace, bus recently been reinoddled und improved v> ry much. An addition of eight feet has been added to the building, making it that much longer. Those who have sub? scribed to the fund for this im I provemeiit and have not paid their subscription should do so at once in order that this im? provement account can be liquidated at once. Housewives, Notice. l'ies, cakes, potato chips ami salads for sale, To Mr. Hoover we will not tell the tale, The young ladies of Missionary Society Will 'how that cooking is on a boom Saturday noon in Taylors Sam pie Room. Or phono orders to Mrs. 1. C. Taylor. RED CROSS FOR SOLDIERS The lied Cross sent to (Jump 1.00 on Tuesday of this week 100 Sweaters," to mufflers, 57 pairs of wristlets, 34 pairs of socks. Masonic Entcrtaienment. The Itig Stone (lap Lodge No. JOS A. F. & A. M. ami Steven? son Chapter, No. Ill, R. A. M. will give an entertainment at the Masonic Lodge Room on Tuesday evening, Dec. 11th. No admission. Freewill otfer ing for the benefit of our boys who have gone to the front. A delightful musical program. This is not an entertainment for Masons only but for their wives, daughters and friends. Refreshments at the close of program. Navy League Notes. The men of the Navy having been supplied with knitted gnr ntents, the Comfort Committee of the Navy League of Rig Stone Qap, has received permis? sion from Washington to send their knitted garments direct to the men tit Camps Lee and A nnislou. Last week a box containing twenty one (21) complete s,-ts, sweaters, mufflers, helmets, wristlets and socks?was sent to Auuiston in care of Major Bullitt. A box is now being prepared to bo sent to Camp Lee in care of Captain J. 'I. Douglas, not Inter than the 15th of this month. Sweaters tire '.he most needed articles and the Comfort Com? mittee hopes to send at least seventy five of them in the next shipment. A new supply of wool has just arrived and any one wishing to help will be sup plied with wool und needles either by Mrs. K J. Prescottor Mrs. D. B, Pierson. i, E. HORSMAN, Florist DOOLEY, VA. Telephone 1030 Norton, Va. Another reminder not to forget us whi n in need of Flower* for any occasion. Itos. s. Violets. Swetu Pcus, Orchids, Car nations, Chrysanthemum! and Potted Plants. Corsage work and Floral Designs a Specialty. Out of town orders tilled promptly oy Parcel Post, Special Deliv? ery, Kxprcss or Telegraph. Italy's reverso must have served to teach most of Ittuy's discontented people that the way to happiness lies in beat? ing the universal inemy. Amuzu Theatre Commencing Monday, December 10th MATINEE AND NIGHT Greater Vitagraph ALBERT E. SMITH presents William Duncan and Carol llolloway "THE FIGHTING TIM." Story by Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady The Most Marvelous Melodramatic Photoplay Serial Ever Produced. ADMISSION: Adults.6 Irish Potatoes plus ic war tax Children.3 Irish Potatoes plus ic \v;tr tax Iiis THE UNIVERSAL CAR Nothing can qiesk stronger lor the reliability ???1 general utility of Iba Kord Car than the oonsiautly In? creasing demand, coining from every part of ibis couutry ami from all over the world, Hy reason of its usefulness It has bee.>? ;i lieccssity?your neces? sity. K?r pleasure and business a is serving and saving for :ill ulsasts?II has become a part In the ''busiucss of living." May we mit luv? your order f..1 one.' Runabout,'f 916; Touring ?'ivr. |8d0; Co?pe let, (AOS; Town fur, 15061 Sedan, Ull?; one-Tun Truck Chassis, *?HiO. All f. o, h I?droit. Mineral Motor Company w\ stone oap, va. ANSWER PROMPTLY The telephone operator can ascertain the number wanted and can ring the bell, b?rt she cannot foarco the called party to answer. Much so-called l*s4ow aerrioe" &b caused hy peoplo who do not answer promptly. A good point y to keep in mind.