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(hat has ever been pulled off in Wise County starts ni J. M. Giles' Store at East Stone Gap, Va. Wednesday, December 1, 1920 We certainly are going to cut and slash prices. Now is the time for all people both old and young, to get what they need to take them through the winter, so he ready with your cash. You sure will get bargains. Remember December 1st and be here. Below we will give you just a very few of our prices. Ginghams, per yard - - . 28c Outing, per yard - 26c Percales, per yard - - - 28c Best Men's Heavy Union Suits - $1.68 Men's Hose - 15c to 25c Best Flour, per bag - - - $1.50 Meal, per bag-.78c Best Chop, per bag - - - $3.28 Best Overalls - $2.48 Men's Heavy Shirts > - - $2.68 Sugar, per pound - - - 12 he So get on the job and get your every day needs. Space will not permit us to give you in our circular all we have for you.' So you are now welcome to come and see us. We are at the postoffice in the town of East Stone Gap. J. M. GILES' STORE New Paper for Appalachia. j The Southwest lodopeudent is thenuiuoof n newspaper that will niako its initial bow in Ap? palachia soiiio time this month, edited by Harry C. Wallace, who was until recently editor of tbo Cumberland Progressive at tbo samo plnco. It will bo published by the Appalachia Printing Company, Inc., an or? ganization that was recently perfected by some of the lead? ing business men of Appalachia. The plant is located in a building recently constructed near the union station ami is equipped with new machinery and type, lu addition to this they will conduct a job ollice and will be ready for business about the 15th ot this month: The olHcere are: C. I). Car ruibers, president; 11. C. Wal? lace, vice president ami man ager; .1. W. Gunther, secretary and treusurei; O. 1). Curruthers, II. C- Wallace, J. W. Guuluei and .1. C. Gibson, directors. A Grcal Feast Under the Au? spices of the Colored Men's Business League. The union Thanksgiving feast was held on Thanksgiving day in connection with a Thanks giving programme and sermon by Kov. \V. J. Williams, ol Keokoe After the sermon the crowd gathered at the Olid Kel lows' Hall for their Thanksgiv? ing dinner. The crowd was greeted with a table overflow, ing wiih various kinds of eats. The Colored Business League once more accomplished its aim over the head of many opposors by getting the crowd to gather in a mass meeting and demon strating the great beueili there is in the Business League and the Building Association. The Ituihling Association which is being organized has a capital slock of nearly $50,000 and the feast was a means of getting (he people to seo and kno>\ whal oan tie done in Southwest Virginia by the colored people. It has been well said that "to nether We Stand, divided we lall" and the bunding associa ion and the league has been ihe instrument of getting peo? ple to see business as it is, ami rea|ir.e that wo can do great things by pulling our money together in what is known as a building assoeiatiou. We are planning to do great work in Hie future. The league is also formula! ing plans for a great lime on January 1st, 1021, at which Lime we are looking for every, body to come out. Some noted [speakers will appear on the program. N, K. T. DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS THE MATTER? When You Feel Out ot Sorts mid See Thinti With a Dull Eye. Look to Your Blood. I'alc Complexions, Languid feelings ? Lowered Vitality, Need Ature Red Blood. Take I'eplo-.Mancan. Ho many people spend week after week feeling down mil out Tlioy uevei stop to think tli.it something really is the matter. Thoy satisfy themselves by say? ing, VOIl, I'm not sii'k. I'll be :ili right tbliioi row.'' Ami tomorrow cornea again ami again, sun tlioy feel (lepresaed and languid, scarcely able t?> gel around. n you don't reel like yourself, you are not yourself. If you are woak ami p ile, your blood neetls strengthening. Vim should know about I'epto-Maugan, dial famous blood lonle, I'byiloiani rocom mend it ami preseribc it "lie.-ause it eon tains just the Ingrodientj needed to make red blood. It renews your energy, puts you where you ought to ho. lb-gin with It today. (let Ihe tablets il they will he more convenient to lake than the liiiuid lloth have the same meilieiii.il properlies. IlUt hi Mile you gel the genuine I'epto Mangan. Ask for "Guile s 'ami be altre that the lull uatue, "l.udu's l'iipto--Man? gab," is on the paidcage.?adv. ORDER OF PUBLICATION \ IIUHXIA:?In the Clerks ofllco of llio Circuit Court of Wise couuly the Sid day of November, liua. .i. 0. Wright, Plaintiff, va. Cora Wright; Defendant, IN CllANCKHY: Tho object of this milt is to obtain a di? vorce "A Vinoulo Matrimoult" upoii the grounds of desert Ipu aud adultery. And a appears from affidavit on lllu in sniil office lhat thu dofeudaut, Cora Wright, is Hot a resilient ol the Slate of Virginia ii i- oi.K reil that she appear hero within ten days after due publication of this onlur anil ilo what Is necessary to protect tier Interest In this suit. And if Is further ordered that a copy hereof ho published oucu a week for four successive weeks lu the Hig Stone tiap Tost anil tint a copy ho mailed to the defendant, Cora Wright, at Klngsporl, Tcuucssce, last known poatofficeaddress, A copy?'leato: It. It. HOHKKTS. Clc.k. 1 Cvlcman St Carter, p. oj. dec.) -4M-51 JUNIOR RED GROSS WORKING AT HOME Production of Sound Amorloan Citizenship tho First Aim, Says Dr. Farrand. On tlio badge of every member of the Junior lied Cross aro Uio words "I Serve." That tells tho Btory of tho school children's branch of the Amcrl ooii Kcd Cross and Its efforts to bring happiness to children Uirouguout the world Realizing that the time never was so propitious as right now for teach? ing the highest Idenls of citizenship, the entire present pri.gr.iin of the Jun? ior Ited Cross has been framed under tho very Inclusive phrase, "Training for Citizenship Through Service" for others. Since the Junior lted Cross Is ihe agency through which the Ameri? can Ileil Cross reaches the schoolboys and the schoolgirls, all Its activities urn designed to come within the regu? lar school program, and without creat? ing new courses or Increasing the num? ber of studies to lend Its aid In vltall/. tng the; work of the schools. The thing that is needed," says Mr. Livingston Fnrrnnd, Chairman of the Americ an Ited Cross Central Commit tee, "Is not a perpetuation of the Jun? ior Ited Cross, but the training nud breeding of sound American citizenship Inspired by the true, fundamental Ideals of sound democracy. One of the great conceptions In making Ihe Ited Cross a contributor lo betior citizen ship in our American democracy Is the realization that after all the solo hope of any nation Is ?Ith the children of the country." The plan of organization of the .Inn lor lied Cross makes the school?pub lie, parochial ami private?the unit, not the Individual pupils. Mutual serv? ice, helpful community work i ich ni clean up campaigns, core of the sick promotion of health regulations, par tldpatton In civic and patriotic move meuts?all these creative agencies de? signed lo translate Into life mid action the regular school program are parts of the machinery which ihe Junior lted Cross places Kt the disposal of Un? sch?n] authorities. (traded study courses giving prac tlcal methods of civic training, supple mealed by pamphlets and helpful sug gestldna, are supplied to the local Schools by the Junior Ited Cross. An elaborate plan for promoting an Inter change nf rorreaponden^e between chll rtron In different sections of the Culled Sisli-s 11? well as with children In for? eign lands Is being devised and will lake n prominent place in tin- cstab llsbed classroom program. In promoting the general cause of rhlld welfare. Hod Cross courses In home hygiene Slid care of the sick first aid, and dieting may be estop! Halted In all Junior II d Cro Aus lllarica. The Ideals and the ooJCCtlYO of the Junior lied Cross are embodied In the pledge of service w hich the pupil takes when he signs the membership roll und pins on his coat the Junior's badge The pledge which binds together serv? ice and citizenship reads: "We will seek In all ways to live up to tho Idenls of the Junior Red I'r.n rind devote ourselves to Its Service. "We will strive never to bring ills credit to this, our country, by nil) uit worthy net. "We will revere and obey our conn try's laws and do our best to Inspire e Ilk3 reverence and obedience In those about us. "We will endeavor In till these ways as good citizens, to transmit America greater, belter and more beautiful than si e was transmitted to us." At the foundation of this school pro gram of Ihe Junior Red Cross Is a great love for America's children. RED CROSS ACTIVE IN DISASTER RELIEF When disaster hits n community? tire, Hood, earttupuikc, explosion, had wreck or tornado?the American lied Cross can be depended upon to follow right at Its heels with help for the stricken people, lted Cross relief ll almost Immediately forthcoming?food, clothing, shelter and funds; doctors, nurses and special workers with long experience In bundling sluillur trouble elsewhere. During the last year, ending June 80, there was an average of four disasters a month In the United States. One hundred and fifty communities In twenty-seven states suffered. The largest and most destructive of these were the tidal wave at Corpus Christi. Texas, and tornadoes In Mississippi, Loulslnna, Alnhama, Georgia, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. In these events of horror S.'O per? sons were killed, 1,500 were Injured. 18,000 wer? modo homeless, about 30, 000 families needed help, tho property loss was nearly $100.000,000 and al? most $1,000,000 lo relief funds, not In eluding emergency supplies was ex pendctl. To the surferers from all disasters during the year, the American lied Cross sent $120.000 worth of sup piles, 110 Red Cross nurses and sovet special relief trains. To meet tht needs of the stricken, the organization set up ten relief stations, operated thirty food canteens and as many emergency hospitals. One hundred end twenty-five lied Cross chapter; gave disaster relief service. If disaster ever strikes this town or county, tho citizens can be absolutely euro the Had Cross will be right on band to help thtra in every way. A loiuc For Women "1 was hardty able to drag, i was so weakened," writes Mrs \V. T. Hay, of Easlcy, S. C, "Tliciloctortreatcdmelornboul two monllis, still 1 didn't get any bciier. 1 lud a large fan. tly and tclt I surely must da srmtclliinr; to enable n;c to like care ol my little ones. I had. licard ol The Woman's Tonic "l decided to try It," con liruics Mts. Kay ... "1 took eight botl'.cr. In all ... I re? gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo? manly weakness. 1 have ten children and am ab!; to do all my housework and a lot out? doors ... 1 can sure tecom tnciid Cardui." Take Cardui today. It ray be just what yod need. At alt dnigp.ists. E.CT S. S. Masters & Co. General Blacksmith Repair Work. duller :mcl Machine Kc|>alrlne; ?I.Itiir i? 8|kh>laliy. Wagon ami Hu?. W..rk We make a Kpcetally ,.t pnttiu .hi rubber tires All work rIvcm it ., ; ?ml careful attention. 131? Stotto Gap, Vn. DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Rel raction ist, treats diseases ul I be Eye, liar, N?n anil lhro.it. SVtll bo in Ai>|ialanhtn ftHST KitllUt in each month until .1 |?, M, BRISTOL, ii-nn.-va. Ulli STOFIi GAP LODOE No.M a. P. & a. m. Meets second Thursday "f rub , month at 8 |i. ni, Masonic 11.11 Visiting brethren w?l< nine a. i?. Owkns, W, >l .1. II. M v iiii..i>,S, v STEVENSON CHAPTER No. i?) ?. A. lit, MeoUi tliir.l Thursday of ci.lt rt"-&// .filhiitSp in. Masoiiiu Hill Ki-'ivP/ Visiting companion* lii 01 r. 2jJ tii.... Ii. Tavij.ii, ii i'. 3. II. M \'l iKWH - v I >r. J. A. Gilnicr Physician mid Surgeon Or'r'lOKMlvor Mutual Dr?Rj?lore Bit? Stone Gap. Va. Dr. (i. C. Honeyeutt DKNT1ST big stone: gap. va. 1 mice in Willis IluililliiK ovei Mute?. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, !'??..!, I ) ! . - - . i ? ? 1 ? ? Of thfl 2^e, liar, Nose and Throat. BRISTOL. TENN. Apnalnchia offlco discontin? ued for t!:o pre*, int. !ll>Tl?.BS.l II. 15. FOX Civil and Mining Engineers Big Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Reports ami estimate*.m Coal and Tim? ber l ainl... Design .uiil tMnua of Coal ?00 Coke Planta, Land, Railroad a?? Mum KnginciMing. Ktcctrio llltio Printing. J. B. TUCKER Painting and House Wiring Box 43 Bitr Stone Gap, Vn. Norton Floral Co, Cut Flowers Funeral Designs Corsages and Potted Plants Prompt Service Day or N Igt11 NORTON, VA.