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the Greatest Art? THE VICTROLA brings to you the most famous artists true to life. It does not detract one iota from the beauty of their interpretation. There is no improving on their lifelike interpretation brought to you by the Vietrola. Victrolas for the longer winter evenings. No. VI $35.00 No. VIII $50.00 No. IX $75.00 No. XI $150.OO Finished in Mahogany, Oak or Walnut. All machines sold on e asy terms, one-fifth cash, balance on monthly payments covering a period of from five to ten months according to the price of machine. Kelly Drug Company SOLE AGENTS Victrolas and Victor Products LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Odra Grifllii upon I n few days this week with hoinefolks in Kentucky. Miss Juliet Knight is v|Bi*,iiig friends this week at Martha Washington College in Along ilou. Mrs. J. Li l'.nstwick ami daughter, Miss Georgia, spent several days in the (Jap last week. Sweet Florida ('ranges, 3 for a dime, at Paul's Cafe. ? adv. Mrs Ourtis Bobbins spent a few hours Saturday morning in Appalachia with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. <),. Counts, of Ooebum, spent Sunday in the (iap with relatives. The junior class of the High School gave an enjoyable party; last Friday evening at the home of Miss Ruth Barren. Each member brought delicious re fefreshmehts which were serv? ed at a lato hour. Miss Pearl Stickley, of Rich? mond, Va., spent a few days in the Cap last week al the Monte Vista Hotel enroute to haute to visit relatives. Aludin and His Wonderful Lamp and the House That .lack Built and a one reel comedy will he shown at the Amuztl The ater Saturday at :i p. in. Miss Parileo >Bickley spent the week end at Middlesboro with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Hrown. Miss Rosa Bruce, who was successfully operated on several weeks ago for appendicitis, is able to be out agniu. Miss Bruce Skeen spent Sun day with friends at .Martha Washington College in Abing don. Mrs. W. H. Wren and two children spent the week end with relatives in Chilhowie. I STRAYED ?One milk cow. White, witli roan nook ami ghouhler. $10.00 reward for in formation or return.? \V. II. Davidson, Osaka, Va.?adv tf. Black Pass and Select (>ys ; tors at Paul's Cafe this week.? adv. Mrs. (I. N. Knight, Miss Juliet and (.'arl Knight and Miss Pari. h<o Bickley attended tho Hrovvn 0 ilmer wedding at Norton Sat? urday afternoon. Mrs. T. .1. Christy, of Emory, spout the past week in tho (lap with her husband, T. J. Christy. Miss (Mara Do well and Mr. \V. K. Freeman spent Sunday at Wise with relatives of Mr. Freeman's. The U. l'. 0. chapter will meet this afternoon at :i o'clock (Wednesday) at the home of Mrs. I). 0. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B, AyerH and daughter, Emily, motored down to tin' tiap Friday from their eoal mines near Keokeo. .1. W. Sprinkle, of Wilder, spent a few hours in tbu Clap Thursday with his daughter, Miss Delia Sprinkle, onrnuto to Cincinnati to spend a few days on business, The Friday Afternoon Bridge (Mnli was entertained last Fri. day afternoon by Mrs. J. D. Rogers at her home on Poplar Hill. Mrs. R. 10. Rhonda will be hostess of the club this week. Mrs. Jim Williams, of Kim bill, W. Va.; who was formerly Miss Fannie Johnson, of the (lap, who is visiting relatives in this section, spent Friday night in the (lap with .Nirs. Henry lame. Miss Oro Rush, of Abingdon, Miss Dora Hickthan and broth? er, George, of Bristol, motored over to the Gap Saturday from Bristol returning Sunday morn? ing on tho Southern train to Bristol. Heal Your Kidneys If you suffer from Backache, Rheumatism, Swelling of the Ankles, Inflammation of the Bladder, Uric Acid?use BU-KA-CIKTE "IT'S FOR BACKACHE." It will remove the poisons from your system. It will take the "Kink" out of your back. It will restore a "run down" system to a healthy condition. BU- K?-CIME IS A BLESSING for those who sufTer from Kidney and Bladder troubles. Cut out this NOTICE. Take it at once to your Druggist and get a bottle of this WONDERFUL REMEDY. BU-KA-CIME is recommended by all those who know it, and can be pro? cured at most Drug Stores. If your Druggist is not yet ' sup lied, lie will gladly get it for you. JuBt reccivpd a 20 per cent, reduction on Schlots? Bros. & (Jo.'s big line of mode to meas? ure clothing-. < ' ill and see our lino of samples quick.?Paul's Cafe.?adv. Mrs. Ed T?te ha? been ap? pointed dirnctor for Fourth Ked Cross Roll Call, of Sloucga. Mm. .1 L McCormick will have Charge of trie Fourth Ked Cross Roll Call of Rig Stone Gup. Support this humane or? ganisation, Mr. mid Mrs. A. .1. Sewing anil il nigh tor, Anne, returned last Week from U few week? vitiit to relatives in West Bur? lington, Iowa, and L)e Soto, Mo. Mr. Sowing received treat? ment in a hospital in Chicago wliile away. Mr. ami Mis John R. Bailey and family, of O.inger, have moved to the i lap into the prop? erty formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Draper. Miss Florence McCormick re. turnetl lust week from Rich, mond where she accompanied two small children lo a hospital thereseveral days ago On her way homo she slopped in Ab ingdoil a few data to visit Mrs. Retta Thompson Marks, who is teaching there this winter. A now line of ladies' ami children's coats oil display Sat? urday at Mrs. J P. Wolfe's Millinery Shop -adv. Thn Community League will meet Wednesday Ihe 17th at 3:80 in tho Public School Hall and every one who is interest? ed in the betterment of the town is urged to he present. U, L. Moore, of Johnson City, spent a few davs in tho Gap last week. Mr. Moore is very proud nf his now grandson, the baby son of Mr. ami Mrs. Geo Moore, which has been named II. L, Moore. Fred L. Troy is spending this week at Graham, Va., with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Troy. There will be mi ice cream and box supper at the seminary Saturday night, November 13, for lliu benefit nf the school. Every one is urged to come C. 0. Mendel, who is employ? ed in tins general olllces of the Nickel Plato Railroad Compa? ny at Cleveland, < Miio, is spend? ing a vacation of two weeks in Pig Stono Uap visiting his sis tor, Mm. French Wilson and his friend, Lindsey Horton. tl. E. (Iilly returned to the (lap Friday night from Roa uoke, where be spent a few days visiting his sister, Miss Maggie Gilly, who has been se? riously ill for several weeks. LOST. ? Jersey cow with black ears ami black tail, cu rioilti color. Any one finding her or giving information that will lead to her recovery vvill got a reward of $10.00.?John Towusend, Osaka, Va.?adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willis re? ceived si loiter last week from Knoxville stating then- little granddaughter, Virginia May Naff, foil from a chair and broke her arm, at tho home of her paronts, Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Naff. F. L. Greenhalgh, L. Reich? ert, and B. Mendleson, of the Rcalttrt Picture Corporation at Washington City, spent Satur? day in the (lap transacting business with Manager Taylor of tlio 'Amuzu Thealer. Mr. Taylor hooked for his theater another (inn production, the "Cumberland Romance," taken from John Fox's hook, Moun? tain Kuropia, to appear bore on the ltitli anil 17th of November. Tlio Highland Park Mothers' Club met at the Log Cabin on Monthly, November 8th, at 2:00 p.m. The fourth nursing les? son was given after which ten children wero weighed. Sand wiclies nnd coflee were served. Those uttending were: Mos dumes Pat Arrington, Nim Smith, Jim Collier, Cbus. El? liott, G. L Marcus, L. D. W?lls, Bob Ktirko; Misses Ruth ami Lula Moore, Elizabeth Qwyn, Mattio Burke. Death of Infant. Rosalie Winston, the infant daughter of Mr. und Mra. L. T. Winston, who was only four ?weeks and two days old, died last Sunday night after a short illness, funeral was conducted Monday afternoon at ,'i o'clock from the home by Rev. E. C. Buruz.of the Episcopal church, after which the little remains wero curried to Glencoo ceme tory where they were intered. Injured in Collision. I Creed Hobiuette, a young mnn I living in Powell's Valloy, was I severely injured Sunday after I noou at Bluo Springs school house when hi9 motorcycle co tided with an automobile on n sharp curve, breaking his left leg at tho hip joint and sprain? ing an ankle. The driver of the car was only tdightlv in? jured, boing cut on the lip by dying glass. Young Hobinotto was taken lo the home of his father, Uev. W. M. Kobinetto where be was given medical at? tention by local physicians. j Mrs. Dr Stoehr will be hos? tess to the Lloyd Guild Th?rs day, ntl3:30 o'clock. Bitth Announcement. Attractive announcements as follows have boon received in the Gap by friends: Mr. mid Mr? W. V. Kililer announce the arrival ol S.ira .lam; en October I Ith, U?8A .Mrs. hlibler was fotmerly Miss Cora Johnson, of the li ip, but now lives at Appalaclliu. Mixed Babies. Born, about three weeks ago, a uirl to Mr. und Mrs. George K Bocbuck, of Richmond, Vu. George is tickled plum silly, rubbing bis nose against her little nose and calling liumolf ?daddy.'' At the maternity hospital all babies are tagged with name cards ou their wrists. A nurse made the mis? take of putting the wrong name card on (leorge's daughter, and when he was invited in to see her he naturally looked upon the wrong baby. Cutting his eye around, he saw a baby with a stubby, Boebuekiaii nose. "Thai one looks more like me," he remarked And sure enough it was his?tagged with the name of some one else. "I'd know that Boebuekiaii, dramat? ic nose anywhere,'' laughed (ieorgo. George's mother, Mrs. Mary Roebuck, of StOIIOga, has been visiting them for two or three weeks.?Crawford's Weekly. Mrs. George Roebuck was formerly Miss Gladys Wolfe, of the Cap, and has many friends here wlio will be very much in? terested in Miss Roebuck's ar rival. Bride and Gioom Visit Hume folks. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 12. Mas. ters, of St. Pauli spent a fewi days in town last week where Hubert voted on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Masters wore married secrotely in Bristol ou Saturday, October 10th by Rev. Carson and intended to keep their mar? riage a secret until November 20th; but their many friends here and at Appalachia found it out. Mrs. Masters, u very popular young lady, was Miss Anna Mae llobbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. llobbs, of Appalachia, and a sister of Mrs. W. R. Otoy, who formerly lived in the Cap. Mr Masters is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Masters, of the Gap and after returning home from service in the Uuited Slates Navy held a position in Appalachia where the romance which culminated in the marriage, was begun. Ho is now located in St. Paul where he is in the insurance business and where they will make their home. Theatrical. The uplift of an entire com? munity through the faith and belief thnt'Movc is stronger than hate," on the part of one little girl plays an important part in '?Polly of the Storm Country," in which Mildred Karris Chap? lin will be seen in her second First National Exhibitors' Cir? cuit attraction Thursday at the Amiizu Theater. As Polly Hopkins, Mr?. Chap? lin purl rays the role of a girl wedged between a most sordid environment and burning desire to create and instill happiness into those about her. Obstacles that come in her way are brought about through the faith? lessness of a rich woman and the cruelty of the man this woman is going to marry. I'elly sees her entire family taken from j her by the very people sho is trying to aid. Ixive turns to hate. And when the rainbow encir? cles the clouds over the "storm country," the hate bus been su- ' perseded by love and the entire settlement is reverent to the lit? tle girl that brought peace and contentment to thorn.?adv. Incorporated APPALACHIA, VA. Wholesalers and Jobbers of Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions and Toilet Articles IMMEDIATE DELIVERY KROM STOCK Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Tin & Enamel Ware Stove Pipe, Pokers, Fire Shovels, Etc. Miner's Lamps and Repair Parts. Carbide, Etc. Kerosine Oil, in barrel lots only Iron Beds and Springs Shoe Leather, Shoe Nails, Vultex Soles and Heels Prices Cheerfully Quoted Wholesale Only, Nothing Sold at Retail Amuzu Theatre THURSDAY (Tomorrow) LOUIS B. MAYER Presents Mildred Harris Chaplin As j'Pbliyyop*' in ( .race Miller White's "Polly of the Storm Country" illy's Battle With the "I lilltopers," The Abduction, The Storni, an: worth going miles to sec. A Splendid Bill at Your Favorite Theatre Williams Jubilee Singer: Continuations of Ducts, Trios, Quartets and Choruses AT THE AMIIZU Sunday, November 7 at 3 P. M. Reserved seats for white people. Admission 50c and 75c Benefit Colored M. E. Church South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident aridCasuality Inj surancc. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. BIG STONE GAP, VA. ? Ilhoul nuol'onlf IIoh'.'iWm feil? In the tre.trueot of >cn?. Titter.Rlnj?orm.Itch.etc.. r>,?-, become diKourac"! bcc.u?. other trrelmiot? felled JIu.o'.S.K. kaa relieved bund/ed? of eacB You cen't loee oe> Ml Mene/ Bee* Cuere??ee. fg St at our rl.k TODAY. Pti?lii 9? Ml* leeally ?y ? KKixY ouno COMa'AMY S. S. Masters & Co. General Blacksmith Repair Work. Iloilur ami Machine itepalrliiK. HorSc *houhif< a specialty. Wagun am! Hnggy /t'ork. We make a ppcualty .?f putting on rubber Urea All work gWun prnn-.pt land :aruftil atteutlon. Ui;; Stono Gap, Va.