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WEDNESDAY, .IAN. 20, 1021 .<-?. ..?Iiml Kvorj VVeilnMdkT by tho Wise PRINTING COMPANY, li.< .Ii imrHleil. UILUKIIT N. KNIOHT, - Editor. LINDSEV J. HOIITON, Ass't Kdltor Ono Vonr. - SI-60 Six Months, - .75 Tliroe Months, - .+O I'.iiUt, .I RCOOrtllllK to jihhUI regulation! ?I tlio prutoffice Ht Hie, Stone (Japaaftee iihlulnss uisttrr East Stone Gapj Tin JefToraonlaii Lit entry 8o-| cietx incl in the auditorium nf the High School building, Juh Hary i i. 1021; for tho purpose i I elncl tue ullleors for tho second tonn ol Rcliool. The house wan (?nih il in orilnr by the president, .Miss Mary On wood, ami Ihn bllsiucsH tin i ling tvha hi giin. The following ulllccrs wore elected: Eor president, Omer Johnson; vieo prcsiih nt. Miss Idylo Wells, secretary, Mis Mark* Scott; treasurer; Edward Sprolos; librarian, Miss Liiru Hurlri ; conaor, Miua Evtl Welle. A betiolicial lalk was then given by Mi. Ulniikeuship, ufier which, the uneinig was ad? journed until lieici regular dato, (Signed i it II BuitiiK i rk, Secret ai > . Miss Bonnie \\ oils a p.'hl the week end ?villi hoiliefolkB herei Miss :s,.iia Marrs spent Erl? dav night ?villi Miss M tilde Wilsen. Mt>. .1. M Dorum hiiti been ijiiite .lid;, but is improving; abtuen bat. Misses El hol li?llei linl Viola Eilioli biive been visiting nt Ex elef. Mrs M. C. tin lei, win. bor. been im the sink list, baa im? prove i so milch thai She it1 iblo In be cut again Mr. and Mrs Itiiilou Inns mere have recent l> movod t? East Stone Cup The} have I.a making then home at Ketikeo fur tho last few months, I'ay your overdue subscrip? tion ami help the llirl Scouts! Erinst Skoen, a inembur of the Senior ( lass, has bad a so. v ie attack of measles, hut is recovering as rapidly as could I.xpi'Otcd. His classmates look forward in giving him a welcome into the school again. Misses Kuib and Eli/.abelb Aimizu Theatre THURSDAY What every weman wants to know! A Holocaust for Husbands I Not one of those "mes? sage-movies" but a dia ina of girlish trtt^t and I wifely disillusionment. ALL ENTERTAINMENT Whitman Bennett's big presentation adapted from Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's fatuous story " The Profligate.' Oopo and Margie (Jollier, of 8touoga, spent Sunday with the family of Billy Collier. Mr. and Mrs Harry Meador, of Big Btono Gap, wore week and visitors of Mr. and Mrs ?traley Tuto hure Mrs. Mead or was formerly Miss Christine Bnrrowmun, of Norton. Miss Muttie Burke was among those who attended the insiruc live sermon by Bev. Dean Sun? day evening. Misses Bt bs and Mary Mul lins, of Oauku, Bp nt the wei k end with Miss Esther T?te. Miss Esther Stewart spent the week end with homefolks here. Dowoj Coinplon, of Coeburn, was ii visitor in our town Sun. day Mr llodsell, of Norton, visit ed in K.ist Stone Sunday. Mrs. t han. Webb, nee Miss Mnttie Scott, of Wise, is visit iug her mother; Mrs Scott, of the viciniU ol the furnace. Mrs Width paid a visit to her old camping ground, the High School Monday. She was n member of the class of 'ltf We are Ulm ays glad to welcome nil) of K ist Stone's graduates Boy. Shumate preached uli other iif Ins interesting and in slructive sermons Sunday after, ii-on id an attentive crowd. The church has been Improved very much, and the outlook im very promising Those who misr. these Bui -vice? uro cheating themselves of lots of good things. Mins Blsie l.awson spent the week end with homefolks heri'. Miss Alice tJlo'mp has arrived from Millstone, Ky., to accept a position with the Btooogn Coke aiei Con I Company at Big Stone. Miss Georgia Satterfleld and sister, Mrs. Ann Mussor, of Lob ailou, who are spending some time with their grandmother, Mrs Anil Kmitli, spent Sunday with Mrs. Bhdsoe Misses Meli-sa Myers und AI ice Sletnp attended the tacky part) at liig Stone Snturds) night Appalachia (Kroni tin- liulvpcuilcat.) Tom Mori is, of Big Stone (lap, was a business visitor in App.i lachin Saturday. Miss lue/. King, who has been attending school at Big Stone Gap, spent the week end with homofolks, Mr. and Mrs. Harry '/. -pp. Hugh Williams, Morgan And arson, .lodge Hill, all ol Big Stone Gap, were in Appalac hia and Noi ton Sunday Mrs Fred 1'. Bales am) child reo, who have been spending the winter here with Mr. Bales at the Home Hotel, have re? turned to their home at Bull's (lap, Tend. A B ami Kred Hill, employ ees of the Southern Bailwat , were called to their homo al Black Mountain, N. C , hint week on BCCO?rit of the illness of their father, who is not ex pi Ctcd to live. The second quarter!) meeting for Appalachia M. K Church South, will convene on next Sunday, Januar) J:l. The Bev K A Shugart. presiding elder, of Big Stone (lap, will preach at the morning and ? ? < nine services. Worlov Newton. o( Linden, at tended the BOrviCOS of the B'g Stone Gap district rally at the Methodist church Tuesday night, having com ? to hoar the discourse ol the eminent divine, Bev. Kreuch, president of Km or.v and Hour) College. The stork ha> boen visiting Appalachia heavily recently from the following reports: B >ri? to Mr und Mrs Bill l-<a; c on Januar) 16, 1921, au S p mini boy. Born to Mr. ami I-.'.r./. 0. 11 Kilgoro on January to, 1921, i n 8 1-2 pound boy. Born (o Mr and Mrs B P, Roitham on Jan? uary 18, 1021, a 10 pound girl. Ih.ru to Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Punnell on January 10, 1021, on 8 1-2 pound girl. -Miss Bachol, daughter of Mr* and Mrs. Wi N. Breeding, was greeted! with a very pleasant surprise party at tho Breeding homo last Friday night,the 14th, in honor of her birthday by a number of her ftiondsnnd rela? tives. Befro-thmonts consisting of fruits, nuts and popcorn wero sorvod to tho guests during tho ev. Hing Those present were: Misses Esther Buth aim Leettu Daub, Katie ami Enteile Carter, Nadiae Colliur and Mary and Mary and Kachel Breeding. Messrs. Luciou Bruitt, Victor and Ray Daub and Mr. Lemon. Roda News Mrs. Will Lester continues very ill at her home in Roda. Miss Cox, of Kookeo, spent n few days here lasl week visiting her sister, Mrs. B. T. Kiddle. The working men here are get? ting quite a rest as they get n two day lay off each week. Mrs. John Blovins, who has been very ill since Christiana ex? pects to leave soon for a hospital in Richmond, where she will un? dergo an operation. Mrs. Thomas Green, of Osaka, spent Tuesday afternoon here with Miss Kli/.abctii Collins. Rev. K. L. McConiiell and missionary. Miss Elizabeth Col? lins, attended the missionary meeting at Appalachia Tuesday and Wednesday. Allan Nidifler has returned from a several days visit to his father m Elizabotliton, Teiui. The sail news has beeil receiSv ed here of the death of Mrs. It. .1. MePhereon, of Roda, in a hospital in Huntington, W. Va., whole she had been taken for treatment. She i- survived by her husband and three small! children. Luther Willis is making ar railgCIIIOIlts to IIIOVO to Middles- ] born, Ky., where he will go into' the restaurant business. Mr. Willis has lived in Beda Ri>veral years. Miss Jane Morgan, the com? munity nurse, spent Monday ? here visiting our public school. Death of Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hill. The little daughter of Mr rtnu Mrs. Dan Hill, of the (lap. which was (wo and 11 hall weeks old, died last \Vj dtloml ly morn ing about It:30 after a severe ill-1 uess of a few daj h <>f iulliinuna- ] tion of the bowels She had been named Beulahdoiio Mavis Hill and weighed eight pounds when she was born. Funeral services were cull ducted at the hoim Thlllidiiy afternoon after which tin It lie remains were taken to llloiic iO cbmetery where 1)1 y Here buried. Mrs. Bill was foriiiorl) Miss Mabel Davis, of ihe Covo, and was one of our popular tel? ephone operators in the I lap lor several months. Hoth Bhe and Mr. Hill have the deepesl sym? pathy of a large number oi friends ami relatives over the' death of their bnPj child Rural Carrier Examination, The United States Civil Ser? vice Commission has anhouuc- I ed an examination for the coun? ty of Lee, Va., to be held at Big Stone (lap and Joncsville on February v,;, 1021, to fill the po? sition of rual carrier at Keokee and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes from oth? er post oflicos in the above mentioned county. 'The salary of a rural carrier on a standard daily route of 21 miles is ri? per annum, with an additional ?30 per mile per annum for each ! mile or major fraction thereof in excess of 21 miles. TI16 ex lamination will be open only 10 [citizens who are actually domi? ciled in the territory of a post ofllco in the county mid who meet the requirements set forth in Form 1977. Both mon nod women, if qualified, may enter this examination, but appoint? ing oflicera have tin- legal right to specify the sex desired in re? questing certification of eligi bles. If wo could see ourselves ns others sec us most of us would prefer to look at something else. Woman is the brightest jewel in the crown of man?or ut least sho vvae bofoio she commenced to vole. Now aho owns the crown. Most great met) have vory ittle to Bay. That's one reason why they aro considered great. Dr. G. C. llonoycutt DENTIST BIG STONE GAP, VA. Ufic? hi WilIU liutlillug uvor Mutu?. Urux Store THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan with electric starting and lighting system nnd demountable rims with 3] j-inch tires all around, is the ideal family car because of its all-around utility and refined and comfortable equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass windows. An open car in the spring, summer, and early fall. A closed car in inclement weather and winter. For theatre parties, for social visiting, for touring, and for taking the children to school, i*: is just what you want. The low cost of operation and maintenance is not the least of its charms. A regular Ford ear, simple in design, strong in con? struction, and dumb1" ?n ?-?rvice. Won't you come in and look it over? The comforts oi" au_ekctric cu.' with the economy of the Ford. Mineral Motor Co. Ineornoi .iteil Uli STONli ?i \!'. IM: iNINOrON li U'. NUit'flH ami U>Et>?ltN Tbc Sedan has become n per? manent part of the substantial dtoencstic Sic of the nation. TBSa could not be so if the car were not deserving in the sense of being good and economical. Ike gaaothja COIMampUoB la unusually lu. Tba tt?? nikuf. la uuuounlly nigh. LONG'S GARAGE Bi? Stone Gap, Va STEVENSON CNAPTEK No. I? i K. A. M. *B Mi.ts lllir.! Tlilllhilav Ilf eaeh ' ?-* inouthatSp, ni.-Maaoiihi Hall ; Vlalttiifl c?i?nanl?na kvuloonu). W. L. .lo.sr.s, II. I". .1. II Matiii wa, Heo'y. Ulli SfONT: GAP LOUliE No.20S A. F. ?. A. M. Mu ts Mooud Thursday of each >month at d p. in. Uaaonlc Hall. Vlaltlu'g brethren welcome, 11. 11. Sl.kmi'. W. M. .1.11 M t-ruhu?, See/jr Phone US t<> BIG STONE GAP, VA. Building Supplies, Feed and Grain Beaver Board, Lime CEMENT AN D COAL