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WHENEVER IT COMES TO A HAIR BEAUTTFiER, A HAIR GROWER, A HAIR PRESERVER BECAUSE The result is pleasing, fragrant, clean, delightful-to-use liquid that will not gum or stain, and BECAUSE Rexall "93" 1 fair Tonic DOES keep the scalp healthy, nourishes the hair roots, makes the hair glossy and beautiful, and BECAUSE It will-even grow hair on bald heads if there is ANY LIFE LEFT in the hair roots. BECAUSE We can prove all wc say about Kexall "1)3" Hair Tonic. K!5L!vY DRUG COMPANY Tj/ic fflcxall Store Bis Stone Gap, Virginia T OCAT, ITEMS. K. II. ltobortM was dowri from Wist) Saturday on business. Goo. M. Warren, of Bristol, ??pent Saturdav night ju the (iap. J; ('. Niel, of Aiidovor, spent Saturday in town visiting friends! Mr. and Mrs. K. V, Tnto and children, of Stonegn. ivero visi? ting relatives in town Sunday a fturhoon. Mr. ami Mrs. A. W. fjrenm Held were down from Appalii eliia Sainrda v ami Sunday , lin? ing guest-; ai the Mohtv Vi v, Hotel. \V, (;. Thompson, of Norton, was a visitor to tin- (iap Satur? day. Miss I .anna M arrs. of Kcokoe, spont a tow (lav-, in the Gap last week visiting M isses M vrtle r.hjl Matin- Nickels. KOK aALlO - Five passt'ngoj-ij For.I ear, I:< 17 model to A 1 condition, at a bargain. Aji'ply tn K. \V. N.tokels.- adv. Mrs. I-;. A. Homer returned to tint tiap Sunday night after spending a I ? >w ttuys in Hi istoi. Miss Lillian Woife. iea'trhoi in i he public school at Xoi'to . "penl Saturday and Sunday in tin tiap visiiing Mrs. L\ S. 1 'arter. Observe tin- national week of song, February 10th to 22nd. :\vi C;",/"'ii.1 ?\tty ~f?:. Brighten Up 7>r; . etp the hems is -J tht ch'ivf filcrfures of the a i' i lie. /v bright! cheerful itbir.e n: ?' . .. contentment ?itrl cc itifiiri. ? hoi >, .. . . fre'd und scratch1 ?? \ ?' . uf ? (-finishing? icj ' ?? kitchen cabi ni l incur/i.a her places about v, ? j ci vi he brightened up SMt mvix-W ILUAMS FLOOT*LAC . h t'.i jin of unusual wear i dii.kssj adaptability and 1 - Fl s'.r inc end, vat rushes I -, rinr dycra't ion?is durable and ?'' ...itac is made in sll the i . ..- ithndes of otik, ma '.-? ? ?', walnut, etc. It is in ? ive to use end easy to We are making a rpeci.il offer ore'er to inn educe Floorlnc tclsiy to the housewife. Cut 'he cptlpon from this nd, bring it ta our t tore with 10c and we will pive ym; ri 25c cr.n of Floorlac mid a J 5c varnish brush. Erinij 'r-e coupon in today. ! COUPON J und 10c entitle! car) cf Floortnc Dnuh. f Only ?ac!i purchaser.) MUTUAL PHARMACY B'rfl STONE (UP. VA. Win. Oantrcll, <>t Charleston, W. Vit., spent u few days lust week in tlm Giiji visiting his brother, T. [. (Juntrell. Ji (S. Dooley. nf Weich, W. Va., spent Sunday iti tie- Uap visiting friends. Mr. Dobley wan formerly snporintenilent of tin- Pulnski Iron Company's ' iron ore iiiinen iiero a lew years ago. R?vi Roland 0. Kl/.oy, of [Wise, is Udlding a series of meetings III the Methodist Kpi8 Copnl church this week Every 'one is cordially invited to at \ tend those meetings. Miss RcUltih Alchely returned j iSunday from a few days' visit lo relatives m Khditville. Miss Doris Warner spoilt Stiii-i ? lav at Stohegll with friends. \| rs .1 M. Voting and daugh? ter, M it-s Doss, of Slonoga, spent a few days in tuet Jap last week mi account of the illness of Mrs. Young's mother. Mrs. Kli/a both (iiliy. Mr. and Mr*. K A. Compton and children,1 of Dunhar, spent Sunday in the (Sap v isititlg rel? ativ.-;.' LI 1ST. Child's blue sorge \ dress I.et w een postollice and I 1''.. Ii, Taylor's Finder return same to postollice.?ailv. S.dd I furnaces Monday. W. ti t'oiitts and one of the men from the factory sold 4 Caloric furnaces Monday, With each furnace goes a money buck : guarantee.?adv. Dr. D. F. t irr. nf St.Paul.spent I the weekend in the (lap with . friends and relatives. (I. W. Loy ell, travelling representative of the Buiitdoy Shoe t'mnpany at I.ynchburg, was a business visitor here last Saturday. The name Caloric on your furnace means you have the best that money can buy.?adv Tin- Young Peoples' Mission ' nry Society will meet with Mrs. iitis Mouser, Saturday, Febrti jury 7th. i Dr. lam Darker, of I Sato City, .spent a few days in this section I last week with his sister, Mrs. ; Mela Ronsor, who is visiting relatives in the Gap and Appa lachia. Mr. ami Mrs. Kd Taylor and little son, Kd, dr., of Dante, have been spending a few days in tin- (lap ami at Appalachiu visiting friends and relatives. W. <S. dun ts has ordered a car load of Caloric furnaces which makes a big saving in each furnace (with pig iron at $60 a ton the price is bound to advance). There is .". months of winter to come yet, the damp and chilly part. (Jet your fur mice now ami insure a saving of easily-tfSCrOO over next sum? mer. ?adv. Messrs. W. B. Edwards, J. O. Smith', and A. .1. Sewing re turned Friday from it several days' business trip to Philadel? phia. ,lodge II. A. W. Skeon, who has been in a hospital in Balti? more tor several days where ho underwent nu operation lust week, returned home Saturday night. His brother in law, Dr. Peiiningtoo, of Muhawk, Tenn., accompanied him to Baltimore and returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bird ami children spent a few days at Middlesboro last weak. Owen K. Kilboiiruc, who represents ihn Provident Life unil Accident Insurance Com? pany tit this place, spoilt part of Iiis) week ;it St. < Miurli's bit business. Wayne Wright, who is til tending school til tin- Ohio State University at. Columbus, I Ohio, is spending .1 few dnvs lit-rd with his family ha vine til short vacation following mid-] year ex,iiuin.it ions. Misses Uraoe Atlm.-in, Nelliel and Kosn Tilrhor, who have! I.u employed with the Hoy all Laundry at this place for sever-I al years, resigned Ihoir position j and left Krida v morning for] Lyhchbiirg, where they have accepted jobs in an overatl fac? tory; It is unlawful for children; I im.In- six) i n s oars old i > loiter! am streets ilfter p m. The I sergeant will have In arrest ' i lieiii if i liej v iolate t his Id w. ? I'll rents ttro retiiiestiid in help us enforce the law ?W. d. Ilfir I sley, Mayor. i Mess-s. .1 litiinie Cole, Virgil Bntclit.e, linn Cm!; and Hoilf) | Jones, were among I hose from I ; Norton to see "i in e I fp Mabel" j at the Amuzu Saturday night. 1 ' Messrs M tinievj Herb rt Hogers, \V. ( . Ooiih. and liar . i\ Raughmaii, of Lynch, Ky.,j walked over the "Big Black" mountain Saturday afternoon from Lynch to Huda, where , they caught a ear 10 the (Jap 'and spent Sunday Martin j t'arues returned to Lynch with them Monday w here be has nc ? cepted a posit ion. If ovory stoie ami business , house would keep their street and sidewalk as clean as Sipiire BeltlS keeps the Kord garage our town would be innen im? proved. The Woman's Missionary So. ciety will meet Thursday niter noon, Kobruary6th promptly at :i O'clock at the home of'Mrs. I Otis Mousen ; Mr. ?lus Sletnp and his sis? ter, Mis Myers, h?vd purehas ed a ("alone heater for theii beau til ul home at Blue Spring |They have made a careful in vestigation of several other 'Caloric furnaces installed m town and are convinced the Calorie is the thing they m od ?adv. Miss Nemo Vineyard left last Thursday for Shreveport, Ln., ] where she vs ill spend a fow days visiting Mis. Harvey Brown. From there she will go to Oklahoma City< old a., to visit Mrs. .1. I!. Dunnighii, ami then on to Butte, .Montana, for an extended visit to her father, U. W. Vineyard. Mrs. Batta Thonipson Marks has accepted a position in the testing department of the Stonega Coke and Coal Compa ny at Appulnchia, L. B. John sou. the former chemist, having resigned bis position und re? turned to bis home in [lender* sonville. .V. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Han Faulkner and baby, of Asheville, Ni O., are visiting Mrs. Kaulkner's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Van Gorder in thu Gup. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kirk loft hem Monday morning for Burhsville, N. C. where they will make their future home, Mr. Kirk having accepted a po siliou with the Burusvillc Light and Pbiver Company. He was formerly uuiployed hero with the Stonoga Company. Mrs. Richnrd Smith has u turned to her hone- lit Bristol after ?p< tiding a few dnys hern visiting her daughter, Mrs.W'.T. l'olly. The musical comedy '?Cheer Up Mabel" that appeared at tho A in Ii zu Theatre last Saturday night, wits greeted with a large attendance and made a decided hit with tb" theatre gmug pub ? lie who were unanimous in in their opinion it was the best that has been here this season. The Kelly Drug Company Ibas installed in their store at iconsiderable expense u new i soda fountain of the very latest type. It has many" improve moots over the former one in convenience as well as size and | is very attractive in appear-1 Uince. Dr. ti. G., Painter, of Pulnaki, spent a few days last week in tin- tiap visiting Ills brother, Dr. W. (1. Painter. I.. M. Itobiiictloi a prominent attorney of Jouesvtile, who is president nf the Alumni Asso? ciation, of Rnatioke College, has ace.?pied the chairmanship of the annum committee, who w.li conduct a drive among for m i sin leiiis for a half million <l llurs. lie will assume his new duties some tune this month with liuuihpiarters at Ko.uiuke. Miss Otey Miller, of near Pu laski, who has beet! teaching this session in the Tacoimi pub; |iti school,opcitl a few days tins Week ill the (.lap visiting Mibs Margaret Barren, who has also ; been leaching in the Tacniua school. .Misses .Miller and Mar rmi have resigned their [ipsi lions on account of nut being able to find a boarding place in Tucoma for tllO rest of the schont session. The I D. C. wilt meet with Mrs. D < '. Wolfe, Wedm sdiiy , February 11 at i!:3U o'clock Junior-Senior Reception, i ine ol tic must delighti111 occasions of tlltj season was tie' Junior-Senior roceptioh giveii Saturday, January 31, in the music bull; The evening win spent in gullies and contests'. Ali.-r Ulis, llie juniors led tin way to the tables Where a de? licious salad cuttrsi vy as Sorvi u The tables were beautifully I dex'oraied with camiellnbriif-] holding gi . eu end white can-1 nie-. Wime ein nations Were placed at each pi tie The cob r scheme was green and white; Alt. r leaving die tables, i he classes returned to the music hall where they smig songs to each oilier. Prof. Stufiidge called lime at three minutes Ii twelve. The seniors present were: Howard Sleinp, Heh n Caricb, Ruby Jenkins, Mtiry Johnson, Ronnie Catrdii, Ho Burchficld, Irene Draper, Lucille Draper, Georgia tie a ton, Nora Yoilell. Juniors present Were: Gladys Christy, May Sleiup, Mary Alice I'lay, Louise Cox, Clarii Dowell, Henrietta Skeen, 'Is" Lane, George Cloodloo, Kd'.vartl llirdj ami James (inly, t libers present were' Miss Lay, Miss Mav Horton, Miss SlrOiith, Pr?f Sulfriilge, Mr. Spa hi', Mr. Russell, Jim Knight,Tom 11 bod loe, Max Lin, foil Knight, Patrick Yotiell, Letcher Buhn, Clill'ord Sniiili, 11 m y Watiipler ami Willium Lane. I Town Council The town Council at la-l n.I? ing elected <i I. Taylm, town attorney, J. P. Wolfe, city en ginoer, D. IS. Savers was elect id mem bur of council in place of Mr. Stdyer, who resigned. Mayor H?rsley called attention in the proposed dam to supply more water during dry seasons Suggested that Hie town con? tract with some one to use the town machinery and supply rock for road purposes. That delinquent land taxis amount-I ing to several thousand dollars he placed in hands of attorney for collect imi. That inventory of all town property tie made and that survey ami map of water line in town be made. Services at East Stone Gap Baptist Church. N, xt Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, Rev. A. L. .Shumate, pastor of l?g Stulle ( lap Bttpth t church, will preach at the Bap? tist church at Last Stone Gap. The public is cordially invited. It is hoped Unit the singers will be on hand to give ns some good music. ... America's Transcendent Girlie Rov?e... AIM fiAfl S^35 - Big Stone Gap - ?JBBB?MBU HI 11 HI ii Him?l mini?? 'I^nl.S MIRTH! TRAIN; OF Transcontinental tour over the Klavv & Elange: Circuit. Same Big Show .playing; Bristol. Norfolk, Richmond, Etc. The No. I Company. mm A Guaranteed Attraction Safety FIRST OZENS OF AINTY 1MPLED ttESDEN OLL IVINITIES BVIES OF g H EWILDERING EL? RO A DWAY & . ILONDE and I Q BRUNETTE L-^.v? EAUTIES at?-?hse^w Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Scats NOW on sale at Kelly's Drug Store. Hurry! _ riirin: will In: a rusli for tin's one. Come to Our TT for your ARMING IMPLEMENTS We arc in position to supply the farmer with almost every implement lie may desire, ai d now is the time to make purchases of this nature. Come in and see our line. *7 w ^ Vi ' ' ' : '? ' ..-V-, .if Hamblen Brothers Phone 36