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s^SMKSDAY, FEB. 1?, t?-'l FWti?h?i Kviir/ WwlHWilaj? l>r tho MSE PIUNTING COMPANY. lttfor|*oriitf><V UILUEIIT N. KNIGHT. - editor. UNDSBV J. HORTON. Ass't Editor Ono Yonr, - - - Sl!>0 Six Months. - .76 Thros Months, - ."?O Knlorod nceorJInic to potUI regulations ?it Ihn |KMil-ofllco ?I Ihn Stone (iitp as nee 10WI-0I1U19 miller. ^AH^irtliday Party. ? Mlldrocl Witt, daughter of Mr. DtjJvMrs. A. L, Witt, entertain '!SaV ouribor of her liltlo frieuds ?'i0 ^rdav from :! to G |>. in. P?wAj her eighth birthdny * t games were played ?? ?iii'l*8refreshments vyern \,' Jnsistiiig of lioiuciiiado W. i'-co crouin, oako ami H */ddred received many ra . .'osohls Those present Sue Wninpler, Agnes Lydia Clioanut, Alice 51 e, Doiothy Wuerrisi it Wright, Hmh Hose, i Sliownlter, Mild rod Nell Witt, Elizabeth f?on, Louise Oarier, Adelnde uuiato, Helena Qilly, Blanch lunplor, Mary and Margaret QllrtlOr, Margaret Haker, Knill .urine Stone, Henrietta Cane, 3 Archie Hamiden. Uuth Bar eant, Jenilco Knight, Mildred ...i, Evelyn (Irccver, Agnes sBurgt3BB Bobbie Painter, Kate Sj-hilyer, Margaret Cartright, Mahtd Jossee, Kate and Ituth libsou, Perrv Morton Loon Vilcox, Hichnrd Roland Hose, J V/.ra Carter, Jr., Ed ward Oarl \ '.right, Kent Salier, Edwin I lowaller, Neal .lessee, Juntos' [ . Smith, Jr., Junior Kizer, Li\.eith, piiibertson, Jack Me Clanahitu, George Rotts, Jr., Karl Stoehr, Frank Nickels; Floyd Winston and A L, Witt; Jr. Mi The Ladies1 Aid of the Htiptisl church will meet Thursday af? ternoon at 13:1111 with Mrs. W. S. Beverly. Nlckcls-Marrs Wedding at Keokee. A very beautiful wedding, which is of much interest in this section ot the state, took place last Thursday at high noon a*t the home ot Supt. Ooorgo K. Marrs, of Keokee, when Miss Lnuna Arminta Marrs, oldest daughter of Supt.nud Mrs. Marrs, became the bride of, Mr. Walter Nickel--, Jr., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nickels, of llig Stone (Jap. The living room where Hie [marriage was solemni/ed was at? tract ively decorated with feriis, palms and narcissus while nil im? proved altar was formed between pedestals twined with ferns ami holding baskets oF pink ami while sweelpeas. .lust before the entrance of the bridal party, Mrs. John 1-egg, who was formerly Miss Kuth Marts, dressed in a dainty frock of pink organdie sang "1 l.nvn Vou Truly," accompanied Oil the piano by Miss Virginia Cruik sbaok, of Keokee, who Iben played the wedding march. The bride entered I h o living room with the bridegroom. She wore a handsome traveling suit of dark blue tricotiue with ac? cessories of tail. She curried a beautiful shower bouquet of bride's roses and freesia. Kev. 0. W. Dean, pastor of tho M. K. Church, South, of l?g Stone Gap, performed the ceremony,"using the impressive ring service. Mrs. Karl l'helts, who was formerly Miss .loan Mans, w as matron of honor. following the ceremony a de? lightful reception was given The color scheme of pink and while was carried out in the decorations of (he dining room. A lull vase holding gorgeous Co? lumbia rose- was used as (he center piece for the bride's table on an embroidered and crocheted clot III) while streamer- of pink and while crepe paper ribbon were festooned from the clinudc gp*o nur friends and customers: Our representative will be at the Monte Vista Motet! about next Thursday, the 17th, with a complete line of new Spring Woolens, over 400 i>( them, every one a value. The New prices are very interesting ? not merely lower prices?but considerably lower prices on exceedingly fine ?quality* Some of you already know us and \vc want to know the rest of you - we will be mutually hencfittcd. THE QUALITY TAILORS of BRISTOL AMUZ? THEATRE Thursday * HARRIET AND THE PIPER" licr to the tallies which made n very pleasing picture. A deli? cious ice-course and individual cakes iu pint? and while were , served all the guests by .1 num? ber of young girls, All tin guests cut the delicious hride's cake which contained the wed? ding symbols. Airs. Nickels is wi ll known iu t.he dap, where her parents lived a number of years und where she attended (he public school ami later graduated. She is un at-| tractive brunette and has a charm of iiidnner and graciousness that has won Her many warm friends. Mr. Nickels is a prosperous young man and has ;, sterling character. He enlisted in I lie navy early in the beginning of the World war where lie served' very creditably. < >f ? vojy con- j genial nature he makes friends I readily, so has a host of them. Mr. and Mrs. Nickels lefl cm the Southern train Thursday af? ternoon for Spitrtauhiirg, s. C., where they will spend their hon? eymoon, after which thov will return to Itoda, Vo., to make their home, Mr. Nickels being depot ngonl there, The out of town guests present at the Wedding were: Mr-. W. W. Nickels, S,., Mrs. .1. K. Marshall and daughter, Helen. Mrs. KmmitI Nickels, Mrs. Irby . Nickels, Mrs. Henry L Lane,' Mrs. Fred LoO Troy, Misses Myr? tle and Maltio Nickels, Grace I Long anil Mr. Herbert Brown, j of Big Stone < hip. Wedding Announcement of Unusual Interest. The following very handsome engraved wedding announce nients has been reeeivid 111 l (lap hy a large number of friends: Mr ami Mis Walli 1 it K.lwar.ls iniiiuiini'i* Ilia inarrlauo <>l tin ir ilaitghlvr. I r.111.1s KlUabvlli to Mr John It ' el,. Salnnlay, r'ebruary tho tilth nhioteeii liuiulrvil ahd twciit) bins Anpalaolila. V;,. Mrs. Cole iB Ihe youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W It. lOdwardo, of App.ilachia, Mr , Kdwards heing president bl tin Virginia Wholesale Company. She is one of the exceedingly attractive and popular young ladies of this section. She has been Completing a course in music in Sullins College in Bris? tol this winter and lu r marriage comes us a very pleasant sur prise. Mr. Cole is also well known in (bet lap, where he formerly had 11 position in lie- general oflicefl of the S ouegn Coke and Coitl Compaliy, having resign ed this position 10 accept one in [Norton, where he is now locat? ed find where ho and bis charm tug bride will make their home. Miss Pettit Returns to Her Home. Miss Adelaide Pettit returned last Wednoial iy morning to liei home in Boiityvillo, Ky., aftor spending several days in the (Jap with her sister, Mrs. Josh? ua F. Bllllilt, Jr. Huiiug her visit in the Gap hoi sister gave a party und announced Miss Pdtlitl s engagement to Mr..! Francis Wilson, of Lexington, Ky. Miss Anne Maury enter tuined williaiuncheou.il! Ihe following Thursday, ooinpli mentnry to Miss Pettit and Mrs. K. E. Goodloe gavi a delightful "shower" for Miss Pettit on Tuesday. Miss Petlit's wed ding will take place in March at her homo in Beatyvillo, Ky The spacious and beautiful home of Mrs. Otis Mousor, on Poplar Hill, was thrown open Tuesday evening from 8 to 10:30 to the Woman's Missionary So cioty of the Southern Metho? dist church. A charming mils leal program was rendered con. slating of piano, vocal and vio? lin soles after which the guests were invited to the dining room for light refreshments. More than a bundled guests called during the evening which made possible the splendid proceeds derived f ruin the entertainment. U. D. C. Entertained. Mrs. (.'. C. Cochraii, president of the Big Stone (lap Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, was the hostess of the very delightful February meeting at her home last Wed? nesday afternoon. Twenty members answered to the roll call with nil interesting current event. A number of im? portant in:itters were taken up during the business session. It The Coupe is surely a good and a useful car ? so good and so useful, that the most wc might say about it, is outdone every day by the tilings which teii3 of thousands of owners oay. Ti?* fitollii* connumption 1? unntmallr Um Tb? tlit mUsac* b anaaiwlly hl?;h LONG'S GARAGE Bitf Stone Gap, Va TUE UNIVERSAL CAR To the brnloeo man, retail or wholesale; to the manufacturer; to the commis? sion man: to the tracking company, the Ford Model T One Ton Truck makes cn irresistible appeal because it has in its charsis all the merits of the original Ford car; the wonderful Ford Model T Motor, the dependable Vanadium steel chassis, and the inangHOOC biXZUrc tsferm-drivc. A strongly built truck that eerves satisfactorily and Zaata in tservice If these statements were not true, the demand for Ford Tracks wouldn't be so constantly on the increase. We will be pleased to take your owtef for one or snore Ford Trucks, will sec that you get reasonably prompt delivery, and w2Q give you an after service that insures the co as tent service of tiie .Truck. But don't wait too long. Get your order in promptly^ . . . wiis decided for the chapter to contribute' five dollars to the hero fund of the recent -war. Kach member also donated twen? ty-live cents for the Jefferson Davis monument which is to bo erected. The medals for the pu? pils in the public school making the highest average for the year were 0180 discussed. Mr^ Malcolm Smith, the his? torian, took charge of the histor? ical program for the afternoon. A paper, "Charleston, its beau? tiful Harbors and Historical As sociations," written by Mrs. Oochra'ii, was also rend l>y her followed l>v a rending, "In I In* Carolinas," by Mrs. Klisb. Noxl was a poem, "Carolina," by Mrs. J. 15. \Vampler and tlie lasi was a reading from Ilm 'U'agos of an Old Autograph Album," by Mr-. Skcon. .During the sOcinl honr.whi?h followed, Mrs. Uochmii served a delicious two course lun'cheoh with codec and suited mils. A number of selections were play? ed on the Victroln. Mrs. Ii. 15. 4 ioDillof invited the chapter to meet with her I lie second Wed? nesday in March Those present were: Mos daincs Marcus Hador, of Mo? hawk, Tonn.; I.?>ng, Carter, Skcon, Alexander, Vouell, Mc fjormick, Hush, C'ocliran, <!. I.. Taylor, .1. A. (lilmer, I. T. ttilly, 1). ?. Wolfe, Malcolm Smith, K. 10. Good loo, II. I,. Uno, W. T. (ioodloe, .1. B. Wiunplcr, Kreil l? Troy. Sally A. Kai ley. Signed: Mus. Krkd Lkk Troy, Secretary.