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I KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY I
g PREFERRED CAPITAL STOCK PAR VALUE OF SHARES $100.00 EACH . 1 Price $85.00 Per Share and Accrued Dividends TO YIELD 7% RETURN 1 Dividends of $1.50 per Share Paid Quarterly on the 15th | day of January, April, July and October, Being at the Rate of $6.00 per Share per Annum The fbllowing1 is a summary of the principal features of this 1 high-grade investment stock: 1. Issued by an established property with a large well-demonstrat? ed and increasing earning capacity. 2. Stock issued as fully paid and with the. express covenant of Company that it shall not be subject to assessment for any purpose. Exempt from all taxation in Kentucky and the income derived therefrom by individuals not subject to the normal Federal income tax. .j. The gross earnings have shown a steady growth timing the en? tire history of the Company, all dividends on the Preferred Stock since its issue in 1912 having been met to dale. 5. The proceeds of this sale of stock are to be used toward the improvement of the Company's holdings. PAYABLE I $10.00 Per Share with Subscription. I $7.50 Per Share Per Month for Ten Months Ask for Additional Infor mation at your Electric Light Office or Mail Cou? pon Attached. Electric Transmission Co. OF VIRGINIA IIONO AND STOCK DEPARTMEN I KENTTCKV UTILITIES COMI'ANY, Inc. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY Willi no pUI|pttlori i'ii iny pari I ?hall Im plea-ied to rivoiva further Information about your Culuutu< live Prefertad Stock. Nmm Add rosa IDEAL COMFORT FOR SMALL HOMES The Ideal Areola Radiator Boiler heats the room in which it is placed and circulates hot water to radiators in the adjoining rooms. Easily and quickly installed in new or old buildings at any time wit hout disturbance. With the twenty per cent, reduction in prices of the Areola Boiler effective January 1st. 1921, even the humblest, home can alford healthful hot water radiator heat. Ideal Areola Heating Outfits are especially designed for all-on onc-lloor heating for the small home with or without a cellar. For further information write or call phone No. '25. O. SWORD CO. Heating and Plumbing Contractors APPALACHIA, VA. East Stone Gap 'Hquiro Loo has beon quite Biok at hit) homo hero for tho last few dnya, but is Bomewbut improved. Misses Otlio Johnson and Bonnie Wells, who aro teaching iu the camps, spent tho week end at home. Frank (Jilly, who has been Hick for sometime, has improv. cd very, much,ami Iiis fnendii] arc glad to806 him on tho street again, MrB. John Hoyd, nee Miss No rn WoIIh, spout tho wuok oml with licr parents here, Mr. ami Mrs. S. Wolle. Min? Bertha Sprolos hus been quite sick at her home hero for tho past few days. Leslie Hlankenship, who has had sotno nervous trouble, is improving very much, and it iH thought hu can he hack in school soon. Krneet Skecn is still improve ing though he is nut uble to he back in school yet. Mack Tutu is among those who have been on the sick list thie week, but he is able to be out now. Dewey Shepherd, who has been visiting bin mother, Mrs. Y. A. Shepherd, loft laBt week for his homo in Kentucky. Tho Royal Ton, of the M. E. Church, South, gave a delight ful party Saturday night, at tho homo of Mr. aud Mrs. H. Blank eiiBhip. Mr. Blaukcnahip, teach er and loader of the Royal Ten, wub host at this party and gave thorn a royal time, Rolicking games were played until n late hour when they reluctunlly left voting Mr. Blonkensliip a royal guide. Mrs. Hlaukenship, as MiBted hy her little daughtors, Mary and Vornio Hogo, ncrvud delioious home made candy and pickles to the guests. Those presont wore: Kay Willis, pros ident of tho Royal Ton; Hirintn Willis, Van Roller, Wayne Buchanan, Kerney McElroy, Wells, Lonuie Wells, Shalor Willis, Wudo Tote, Wont/. Tote ami Leslie Blankenship. Roy. C. W. Dean preached another of Iii? wonderful Her inous Sunday night lie in prcuching u series of Valentine Bormons ami those who miss one of these talks is certainly the loser, The church was full is UBtiul and the attontion was splendid. Friday afternoon, February 4. the JefTersoniun Literary Socio ty met in the auditorium of tin high school building. The meet ing was opened by a song by tho society, Then the now"of. (leers were installed and the fol? lowing Lincoln program was rendered: A Tribute t? Lincoln . Mary Uew?od Tho lloylKMKl or l.liicolti .KredXeely Lincoln na a Man. Kilil Snrolci Lincoln ? ? lluniorii? I.lira fltirkc Uhorua, Abide With Mc, .Society Llticulu ns I'reatdeul i.. . .OmerJoblisou Chonia, Kreuch Taylor, Viola Billot, Mnry Ca wood, Stella Morria an.I hljle Wells A t'crfccl Tribute .,,Mario Scott l ast Stetizn of America The mooting was adjourned until the next regular meeting Tuesday morning tho little folks wi re all aglow with ex. ciieinent, Minn Morgan bad to il them that if they'd be nie. and clean, n little fairy would come. Tuesday was tho day for the fairy, and oven tho after? noon class crowded in the school house, anxiously await? ing the fairy. Soon the famil tur little cur, with the red cross on it, came running into the grounds. The news spread like Wild tire and the children could hardly stand to wait. When the larger children learned that only those under ten would Bee the fairy, they began to wish they were lirsl graders. The littie folks gathered in the oil Illinium and soon (he Health Fairy appeared- How their lit? tle eyes spark led as they welch? ed the graceful fairy and listen imI to her splendid health talk I'hoy did not know that the fairy whom Miss Morgan ox pectcd could riot come and that Mrs. Kenneth Leslie, of the Monte Vista Hotel at Big Stone (lap, gave up her daily plans ?mil came to play the Health Fairy, 'i'o them slio was "tho prettiest fairy" they had over seen and they will never forget the health talk she gave them. They talked about it after sho had gone, and anxiously await the coming of UllO Oho, (111) Health Clown, next time. Roda News Mrs. Will Lester who has been very ill for the pas( few mouths of tuberculoHis died at her homo in Roda last Wednes? day afternoon. Funeral servi? ces were hold at the Mission Hall by her pastor, Rov. E. L. McConnoll, after which her re? mains.were taken to Andovor for burial on Thursday. She leaves her husband and four small children to mourn her loss, and a host of friends. Mrs Melvin Roten of Dun gaunon, spent Sunday with Kov. and Mrs. E, L McConnoll. Mrs. B, 0. Henson, who ha? been ill since tho holidays is improving fast and will hooii bo out again to tiie joy of her many friends. Rev. J. M. Smith of Rig Stono (3np, spent a few hours here Tuesday afternoon making or rangVinents with Mis>, Eliza? beth Collins to send her two adopted daughters Helen and Beulali away to school. Wo were all very glad to see the bright smiling face of John 1). Williams; Jr., back in school thin week after a Hcvoro illness of sovornl days. Mr. and Mrs. (). L. Motley returned Friday from their wed? ding trip and are stopping at Hotel Roda for tho present. Mr. and Mrs. 1'uul Horno and baby returned last week to their home in Roda from Big Stone Gap whore they have been,spending some lime on nc couut of Mrs. Home's illness. Mrs. Son Duvie has been sick for the past few duyB. Miss Elizabeth Collins, oar missionary, ban been conduct ing a, series of cottage prayer meetings ut Andover preparing for the revival which begins there Sunday, Rev. K. L. alcCohnoll return? ed Wednesday from Tocomo where ho has been for the pas! ten days conducting a revival for Rev. S. M. Jennings. Dunbar News Delightful Dance and News Items. The Duubar hoys gave a vor) enjoyable dance in the school building last Saturday oveninc from 7:30 to 12 o'clock al which every one present had one ol the best nines of their lives. The two rooms of the build in? used fur dancing were Ul tractivoly decorated in nr. im and red. Williams' Grchosiru, of Winchester, Ivy., were I lie musicians for the evening and weru stationed in (ho hall. A number present expressed them, selves as never before hearing Williams furnish a* "poppy" music as en this occasion. The ohauorones vyere Suet and Mm. K. A. Compton, Dr. and Mrs. .J. U. Rent ley, who not only were splendiil diaper, ones, but assisted the guests in meeting each ether and seeing that every one had an enj ty able lime. At the close of the dance they also served delicious natu and pimento el.se Blind* Wiehes, hot coffee and lemon ade to every une present, Those ptcseut from Big Stone ? lap were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred liee Troy, Mrs. L. T. Winsion, Misses Dons Warner, Truln Kennedy, Kathleen Litten and guest Freidu I'ruuur, Anna Bird, Messrs. Fred lldlOy.Oll) Patrick, Cautrull, Spoilii, vVjl* mot. Krem Apdalachia Mis*.-. Mainous,Cecil .Moody, Fhtnnry, Mary Duffy", Mr. 'and Mrs. Moody. Messrs. Thomas, Plan* ?try, Shuler, Morton, Donaldson, Dr. Peters. From Stouega wen Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Young, Miss Hess Young, May and Ma? ry Tilly. Messrs. Bowyeri Pen* nington, Miller. A. r Carrol and Carson Oulbertson, of BeiP hums, Ky., Miss lliittie Kwing, of Jackson, Ivy., Dr. Ilutchlll sun, of Bluckwooil, Dr. Ussorl) Arnold, and Harris, of Pitrdeo. t'llOSO Iroui Duubar were Sept. and Mrs. Compton ami daugh? ters, Virginia and Helen, Dr. and Mrs. Rentloy and daughter, Beatrice, Mr. ami Mrs. \V. B, Owens, Misses Verdolla An des, Grace Reedy, Laura Kisor, Hertha Ivuls, Margaret LoakC. Messrs. T. I. Adams, Thomp? son, W. KS. Sheddun, linker. Rivers, Harden, Kirk, Rail ford, Xeill, Parsons B?rdette, Mul tins. The people of Duubar can now boast of a good road from Kent .1 unction to Duubar made ol cinders which is passable even after very hard rains. Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. j. M. Shepherd Sunday,a girl. Mrs. W. K. Shcdd.in and bit by have been visiting relatives in Wise. W. R. Neill, who has been very ill with pheumonia at the hotel is new recovering. .Misses linker and Riser were shopping in Appulachiu Satur? day. Little T?nt Wheeler, of Big Stone Clap, is visiting his cous? ins, Misses Virginia and Heh n Compton, this woek. Mrs. Milatn and daughter, of Roda, visited friends here ibis week and attended the d nice. Supt. and Mrs. E. A. Comp* ton had ns their house guest* Saturday and Sunday ami who also attended the dance Satur? day night, Misses Anna Bird, Trula Kennedy, Doris Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leu Troy, ol Rig Stone Gap and Henry Bow yer, of Stonoga. When you want something for nothing just stand in tin way of one of our speed muni acs. You'll got it. A healthy appetite is a pricr less possession, but an expen sivo thing to have. 2 A Tonic S For W?rnern "l was hardly able lo drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. P. Kay, of Easlcy, S. C. "Tlicdoctorlrcalcdtiiclorabout two months, still I didn't get any betler. I had a large fam? ily and felt I surely must do something to enable me lo take care of my little ones. I had heard of 8 r t The Woman's Tonic p "I decided lo try it," con? tinues Mrs. Ray ... "1 took eight bottles in all ... I re? gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo? manly weakness. I have len children and ant able lo do all my housework and a lot out? doors ... I can sure recom? mend Cardui." Take Cardui today. It may be just what yotl need. At all druggists. Norton Floral Co, Cut Flowers Funeral Designs Corsages and Potted Plants Prompt Service Day or NiK^t NORTON, VA. DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Ref ractionist. rreali diseases ?I the Eye, liar, No**, and llirnat. H ill bohi A|>|ialaehia KIKST FlilhAl in each mouth until:) I'. M. BRISTOL, TEN.N.-VA. J. B. TUCKER Painting and House Wiring Box d-3 Big Stono Gai). Va. Civil and Mining Engineers Big Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Report* nail OHlimatea on t'oiil inid 'i'lm lier Land?, Dealgn and I'lana of laud ami Coko Plains, I.ami. Itallroad ami Minn KnglncoriuK, Bleclrio Itlue Printing. Dr. J. A. (iilmcr Physician and Surgeon IIKKiOH -Over Miuii.il Drug (More Biir Stono Gap, Va. Dr. (i. C. ttoiieyeutt DENTIST BIG STONE GAP, VA. Ufllee in Willis llulldlnK ovei .Mutiia. STEVENSON CHAPTER No. 19 K. A. M. v. Sleets third Tliniadity of eaoli idrol "i.iiiili at s |, in. MilMOIllo Hall. Vittltliig coiuiiaiiionfi irolcoiiie. W. L, .l...\l>, II. I'. J. II. M miKwa, Scc'y, l'lii STONE tlAP LODOE No.20S A. P. 4 A. At. Meets hcennd Thursday of moll ,month al B p: m. Moaonlo Hall. Vialtlilg brethren welcome. it. II. SusSii', W. M. .1. 11. ManiKwai 8ee'y FOR SALE! Bargains in new and used Kn gines, Boilers, Saw Mills,Wood? working .Machinery, Tractors, Kleotrio Motors, Road Building Machinery, Air Compressors, Locomotives and Steam Shov? els, Hoisting Kugines, Relaying Bails, Oil and Gasoline Ku? gines, Concrete Mixor?, Crush? ers, Pumps, Rone) Rollers, Pipe, .Shafting, Pulleys. Belting, Saws mil i >ils. R. P. JOHNSON, udv?itf Wytheville, Va.