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Arm yourself against Grippe, Influenza, Bronchitis,
Cold in the head. Catarrh and Pneumonia. Many a serious illness begins with a simple cold that you can guard against by carrying with you a package of Rexall Cold Tablets Stop the cold and you slop the risk of sickness with its dangers and expense. Rexall Cold Tablets are a most reliable and convenient remedy. Thirty tablets in a package, price 25c. Kf?l^I^Y 5>l?UO COMPANY BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL ITEMS. B. Tnte, Arthur Crawford and Lotoli T?tespent Iheholidayb in Louisville; Misses Virginia and Anna Shodgrass, <>f Norton, Spent the holidays in town visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Mary BovorFoy. Mr. and Mrs .1. W. Cant, of Dante, were vSiitihg relatives in town last week. Mr. mid Mrs. V. 8. Carter and Children were tho guests at din nor Christinas day of Judge and Mrs. II A W. Skoen. - \V. II. Polly has bought ti now three passenger Overland roadster from M. 1''. Aronhime. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vaughn, on December UOth, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Horton and baby spent Christmas at Osaktt visiting K F. T?te und family. Mrs. James Cowden and children, ul Scott County, are visiting relatives in town this week. John Fliinnry, of ( amp Leo, passed through town Saturday chrouteto Leu County to spend a couple of days with his lath er, Klkanah Flonnry. Miss Nannie Huhlillou, of Norton, and Mrs. Sue Kinder and children, of ArtotntlS, Ky , spent par! of last week in town visiting their Bister, Mrs. M. V . Wells. Miss Mabel I Peck, of Torre Haute, Ind., spent the Holidays in the Gap with her brother and Mrs. W. It. Peek. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox, of New Vork, spent the Holidays in the (hip with Mr. Fox's mother, Mrs. .1. W. Fox. I. T. 0illy, of Rogersville, Teun., has been spending tho past few days in town visiting his mother, Mrs Fdi/.abeth Qil? ly Edward Fdene und ('barbs Willis, who enlisted a few months ago in the I.". S. .Marine Corps at Great Lakes, Ills , were here visiting relatives dur? ing the Christmas holidays. Bascomb, (ho 12 year old son of Mrs. Belie ijlemp, who has been attending school at Lewis, burg, W. Vn., in spending the holidays nt his home here. Miss Alkie Witt spent a few days last week visiting relatives in Kihgaport. Miss Mab?! Willi? left Thurs? day for u few weeks visit to her sister Mrs. 11. II. Naff in Knox villo. From lvnnxville she will visit friends in Lynohburg and : Washington' Mr. and Mrs. K J. i'rescott and two little children left last week for a three weeks visit to points in Florida. Miss Modie Akers. of Blue field, spent the Holidays in the Gap with her sister, Mrs. J, L. McCofhiick. Mr. mid Mrs. Hobt. Ingle, of Ha/.ard, spent the Holidays in tho Gap with Mrs. Ingle's par? ents, Dr. and Mrs. \V. A. Bak? er. Mrs. Willis it. Slaughter, Bpont a few days last ~i week at Kingapori visiting h ir sister,Mis Jas. L. Oamblos. From there she left for Wash int;lon City, whore she has ae copied a position Miss Lau Ii,i Marrs, of Keo koe, spent a few davB in the (iap this week with Miss Grace Long. John Cntron and daughters. Misses F.dna, Margaret and Bonnie spent Christmas day below Clinchport, where they attend the funeral and hurriul of their grandfather, Boll Dar? nell, who was near eighty five years old. Mrs Jess McCorkle, who has ti position in Washington, City, and wlio spent the Holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. (.'. McCorkle, at Nora, has I been spending a few days in I the Gap with Mrs. Sam Mc [ Cliesnoy. Mr. and Mrs. K K Taggartj had as their guests Christmas Day Mr. and Slrs .J. K.Taggartj of Uoila, Mrs. Willis Slaughter, and .lush Bullitt, Jr., of the Princetorf? N. J., Aviation School, and Byron Hhoads. Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Honey cult spent a few days with rel? atives in Scott County last week. Mr. and Mrs. (1. F. Jones had an their guest during the holi? days Mr. M. 10. Burh-igh, of Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. .1. II. Burrett and email son, of Fairmont, W. Va., is visiting her sister, Mrs. .lohn Bay, in the Gap. J. M. Stidham, of Indiana, Ph., spent the liolidays with relatives at East Stone Gap. The Woman's Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. J. B. Wampler Thursday after noon at i hree o'clock. ??MUZU THEATRE ? Thursday, January 3rd TO-MORROW The screen s most remarkable production. GOLDWYN Presents MAE MARSH in From the World Famed Play by Margaret Mayo. ADULTS 20 cculs plus 2 cents War Tax. CHILDREN 10 cents plus I cent War Tax. Thomas Nichols, of Dante, vial ted Iiis mother, Mrs. Janus Body, in the Gpp during the holiday s. Albort Harris, who is with the now army at ('amp Leo, spent a few days this week visiting homefolks aljoncsville. Walter Nickels, who joint d the navy recently, is visiting homefolks in the (lap this week. W. 1) Wallace, of Taney. ville, Mo., is visiting his father, P. W. Wallace, in the (jap. Captain Henry Taylor and Mr. .lames Body delighted a number of their .friends with their delightful flinging enrlyj Christ mas morning. 'This is n custom these two e>,?)d old Englishmen have been follow? ing for u long lime, Mrs James Veary, of near Pennington Gap, spent several days in theQup with relatives Miss Florence McCormick spent ti few of the Holidays ill White (lato, near Kadford vis? iting.Miss Beverly Bane Tnv lor. Miss Edith Bollard spent sev? eral days last week visiting relatives in Coebllrn and Nor ton. Miss Kathleen Litton, of Dot, Leo County, has been spending several days in the (lap with her sister, Mrs. .1. A. Qilmer. Misses Fannie and LoUellu Johnson, of Tacoriia, spent a few days in the Hap last week with friends. Miss Louulla left this week for Middlcstioro, where she has nccopted ti posi? tion in the public school. Mir Emma Duncan, of Jones ville, who is teaching at East Kadford. is spending a few days in tin- Gap visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A linker. Mr. and Mrs. C. Cc Counts and children, of Coeburn; Mr. and Mrs. K. IL Bruce und olliI. dren, of Norton; Mr. and Mrs. 11. L Cummings and children, of this place, were the guests of Mrs. 1). II. Bruce and daugh? ters Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Ralston and children and Mr. and Mis. Theo. Lyttlo and little daugh? ter, of Mitldlesboro, .spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs l ?. VanGorder hoar the Extract Plant. Miss Myrtle Beasor, who hits a position as stenographer in I West Virginia, spent the Holi days in the Gap with her fat her, P. M. Beasor. I Old Frank, the full blooded blood hound, which was four? teen y ears old and belonged to W. W. Taylor, was killed one night during the Holidays by an automobile from East Stone (Jap. Miss Sarah Cochrau returned Christmas Eve from a several days visit to Washington and Richmond. Mr. ami Mrs. W. ti. Painter and little daughter Sarah, spent i few day during the Holidays at Richmond, Congressman C. B. Slemp spent the Holidays with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Newman, in Versailles, Ky. Mrs. Stella Harwell, who has been spending a few months with her son, Gordon Harwell, who is in the Aviation Corps stationpd at the Wright Avia? tors Training Field near Day ton, Ohio, is visitingif rionds in the Gap, her -on having been isent to Texas. I Verner Jessoe, who has u 'position in the N. & \V. General, Oflices at Bonnoke, spent tho [Holidaya with his purenia iu the O up. Mrs. W. K. Bakor and dough ter, Miss Virginia, spent tho Holidays with relutives ul Dante.' Mr. and Mrs. Hurry llranhuin nml two little daughters spent the Holidays with homefolkB in Knoxvillo. Captain Roberl Messersmith, of the U S. Marine Corps, who is stationed at Camp Qunnlieo, near Washington, spout n few duys in the Gup during the! Holidays visiting his sister, Mrs. U. It. ?Visover. Miss Mary Kunisey, who has beou spending a fow weeks in Birmingham, Ala., visiting her brother, returned to the Hup during the llolidins. Mr. and Mrs. Bat I latntnonds, of Wilder, spent the Holidays in the I lap visiting relatives. Mrs W. T. Hlldgius and son, Keed, spun) Christinas Day with Mrs. Hudgiiis mother, Mr . S 10. Tally, of JoneKville. The public will he hetietitled by passenger service between Big Stone < lap and Anpuluclliu as the Monte Vistli Unti l Bus loaves hotel lit 7:45 a- m. and P in daily except Sunday. Monte Vista Hotel Bus'lenves hotel at 7:45 a. m. ami 3:30 p. in. daily , xcept Sunday fdr Ap paldehin and solicits passen gers Kide with Dai: Hill in his new Monte Vista Bus which leaves hotel 7:l"> it. m. and 3:30 p. in. dally i xcept Sunduj (or Appalnchia. Mr. and Mrs. (.'has. Connor, of Arteriitis, Ky., spent the Holidays in the (lap with their daughter, Mis. J. H. Pierpont. Their daughter, Miss Alary CoiiilOr, who has been visiting in t'oalwood, W. Va., returned to Arteriitis with her parents. Messrs. .lohn a u d Hugh (JarncSj w h ? have positions with the Dupont Powder Com nany at City Point, and Allen ('antes, who has a position in West Virginia,.spent the Holi? days in die (lap with their par outs, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Car lies. Mr and Mrs. K. B. Alsover had as their guest for dintlOl Christmas Day, Mr. and Mrs. W.?. Painter ami three little daughters, Katharine, Sarai, a it it Bobbie, Misses Cassie Deval and Janet Bailey and Captain Bobert Mcssersmith of ('amp Qunntico. Mr. and Mrs. W. 10. Wolfe, of Wilder and Kev. and Mrs. Paul Martin, of Jom-shum, 'renn., spent lite Holidays ill the (iap with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. (leo. Brown. Home from School for Holi? days. The following girls and boys who are attending school ut different schools and colleges, spent the H?lidayB i? the Gap with their parents. Misses Kathleen Knight and Bruce Skeen, of Martha Washington College, Abingdon;Grace Cong ami Kiln Ouwoiid, Nellie llors ley and Lillian Head, of Stone wall Jackson Institute, Abing? don; Dorothy Owens, of Indiu. na University; Kachel Craft, of Virginia Intormont College; Mary bakor, of St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington, D. C, Kitth I'rescoll, of Penh Hall, Cliumborsburg, Pa., Messrs. Itegeiiahl Smith ami Dewitt! Wolfe, of V. P. 1. at Blackburg and Sidney Mullios, of the Uni versity of Virginia. Car Wrecks in Gap. On Christinas Eve Andrew Williams' Kurd Sedan ran over the river bank in the Gap ami was badly damaged. John Al? len Kilbourhj Ruf us Mullins, Ktlwnrd Edens and Charlie Wil? lis were in the car, with Kil bourii at the wheel. All escap? ed with minor injuries, hut it I would have been a serious smash-! up hud not 'he car lodged against ! a I lee about half way down the] bank. The aecideut happened' when they were passing another cur and slightly colidcd. Ex Mayor ''Bill" Eatls is in the Hospital at Coeburn in n I very critical condition. Little hopes are entertained for his recovery, which is a sincere grief to his friends who it must bo said are many.?Norton Pro? gress. Get Foot Comfort Specialist Will Be Here MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1918 If your feet hurt or burn, if you have corns, callouses, bunions, enlarged joints, cramping toes, weak arch or any cither foot trouble, you arc invited to consult Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Specialist Examination and Advice Free lie will be here all day Monday, January 7th, and bis services are at your disposal without charge. Dr. Scholl't Too Flex I There is a jy) UirlirK?toa and remoTii bunion / fKi'l/ com- I Appliance ot Remedy For livery Fool Trouble forubl?. . ,, _I I his expert was personally trained by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the recognized authority on foot troubles, and he can tell you how to gam_ Immediate Comfort J.'lnl. ?I1II.I rc-VirUot through ?htorvilen. Worn tl llRhw.t ilipprr. ?ithouioc Union. Soft rubber. He will explain the cause of your trouble and how it can be corrected at once. He will demonstrate, on your own foot, how easily the discomfort may be gotten rid of and how unncccsT sary it is to suffer front the feet. i*he Dr. Sch?ll s Appliances do nqt require larger or freaky shaped shoes but enables one to wear the smart, well fitting shoes one likes without discom? fort In fact, they improve the foot's ,<^Dr. Scholl*? ': V Walk-Strate Km ^ Heel Pad. n Stop runnlnfc over of beela */T through turn I / iDgoffoot.^Jiv.'Shots. * 25c Pair appearance. Let the expert show you how this is so. W. W. TAYLOR & SONS BIG STONE GAP, VA. ii 79 THE UNIVERSAL CAR Solbtug can apeak itroitger lor the reliability and general utility of the Kurd Car tliauthe conalautly in? creasing demand, coming frt?m every part of tlii* country and from nil ?vor the world. Ily rcaaon ?i" it? utefulneaa ii hu become n nccculty?your neoea ?Ity. For pleasure ami bualheaa It I? aerving aiid taring for all elaaaea?It Ins become a part In thti '?bualncta of living." May we hol have your order for 01 it Itunabout, fflllS; Touring <".ir. |IMOi i loupe let, (005; Towu Cur, (>?>:<. Sedan, tuift; Oiio-Toii Truck Cbaaala, fQQO. All r. 6 i> Detroit Mineral Motor Company Uli STONE OAP, VA. iSi p Igi p] IS1. is not much good tin less it is lived up to Sentiment is a roocI H I a ( thing to have, but put-[g ting it ?ictlce 151 m is much better. I he result is all we can expect our jsj customers to care about; No matter how hard we jjpi might strive to please unless we actually do please, our 3J efforts are in vain. 'S fell * 151 1 Hjln Polly Building. Big Stone Gap, Virginia j=jj South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surancc. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokerb. Ofncs in Iiitermont Ruildiiift. BIG STONE CAP, VA.