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and Best Service Get That Genuine Victroia From the Kelly Druy Co. Large stock from which to make ij your selection AH stylos and finishes. Prices from $26, $35, $50, $75, $125, $150, $225 up. J With Vory Special Easy Terms w of Pnymont No Down Payment Required on Victroia P.->y Cash for Your Roo?rcls Only 'JLM3i-eAi>-; *Vi-s I.,OW AS . . We Prepay All Shipping Charges lu OnhuhTown Patrons $1.00 PER WEEK Victroia Owners The Virtue Company releases New Records the last day of each month, lie sure to hear these records eyerj month. Kelly Drug Company AGENTS r-'OH Spaldings Athletic Qoodl Victroia* Whitmans and lluylcrt Candles Waterman and Parker Pens Stationery and Wank Hunks EiStman Kodaks LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. arid Mrs. Prod Gibson re? turned Friday night froin Koa noke, where thuy hnvii I. Bpeuding several days* D. B; Pierson loft Friday foi a few day it businoss trip to Charleston, 8. G , arid othei Southern points. It. It. Alsover returned Kri day from u iwo weeks busine?t trip to Boston, New York inn! Philadelphia. Time to Bprny. Li mo arid sulphur at Hamiden Bros ad? s-'.i- lo. Miss Anne Maury left Into week oil an extensive visit to friends in Koanoko ami other points. Are you outside the l.uvr -Adv Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Tinsley returned tu their home in 'he Gap last week froth it few wCoke visit to points in North Caroli na and rcastoih Virginia, Mrs. Press Adams, of Jose? phine, lias been spending a few day's in the Gap with her moth* er, Mrs. Panheli, who is verj ill witli apoplexy. Mrs. James Slcmp spent ti few hours in Kast Storni Gap on account of the serious illness of her brother, Hilly Hood. Misses Doris Warner and Kthol Van Gordor spent Satur day and Sunday at Bristol. We have installed a key cut ting machine and can furnish duplicate keys for nil cylindet lock? on short notice. ? tJsihti leu Pros.?adv. b !?. .Miss firiihia Duncan, who In teachius herb this your, sperit the week end with relatives in ? 'onesville. -little Cecil Polier, the six year old son of Mrs Joe M. Potter, who was taken to the Memorial Hospital in Richmond for treatment, was operated on last Thursday morning ami is getting along nicoly. James Dougherty, little son of Mr. nmi .Mrs. .1. B. Dougher? ty, of the Gap, and Robert Ynuell, who tiro in the Memorial Hospital in Richmond for treat? ment, are improving and wili ho able to return to their koines in a few weeks. Rev. K. Kilgore, of Uoeburn, is holding a revival in the mm church at Diinh.tr this week After Ihn revival ho will locale in Duubar, KGU SALE.? White and bin. Orpington Kggs, one Betting Ol 16 for ^1 25.? Heine Biekh-y.? ad v. Rev. and Mrs. Dean took din? ner at the home of Dr. and Mrs O. G. Honey cut t in Cracker'?. Neck Suudoy, The Wotnnn's Home Mission? ary Society will meet with Mr... G. N. Ivnight Thursday after noon tit :i o'clock. Anyone wii-Jiing to buy nice Irish potatoes for s<-< d or eat? ing, cull phone Nu. UJO. ?Adv. Miss Olga Horton spent Sat? urday nnd Sunday at S to neu a visiting her sister, .Mrs. K. Pi Tato. When you want u safo, sane am) sober driver for auto nor vice call Paul's Oafe.?Adv. Tlie Woman's Homo Mission? ary Society will have their regular Saturdays sale of goo.l eats at the Monte Visla 11otel next Saturday from in o'clock to 12. Ate yon outside the law-??Adv O. 11. Gilmer left Sunday morning for Baltimore, Md.. accompanied by his brother Dr. .1. A. (tilmor, where he will lake treatment at tho .lohn Hopkins Hospital. Mrs. W.-.T. Lano entertained Mrs. 1 'I'. Oilly, Mrs. Bud Brav. Miss RMnn Oilly and her ?ist ers, Mrs. T. 11. Wheeler ami Mrs. (' I-',. Bird tit her homo in the east end of town with a din nor in honor of her birthday on Sunday. Mrs W. M. Lylc and dangb tor, Miss Nell, returned IukI week to tlidir home near the Li ft N. st lit ion from a several weeks visit to relatives in Georgia. Mr. Lyla returned last week from Nashville,where he was called on account of the illness of his brother WANT13D. -4 One or two young men to occupy good bed room. Bale reasonable. Bath with hoi ami cold water, (rood boarding house near by. Ap? ply Paul's Cafe or address P.O. Box |."i, Big Stone (lap, Va.? adv.Si f. A. 11. OwOIIS, who has been spending the past four weeks in Richmond, where he was op oral d <>n in the St. Elizabeth's Hospital for Stomach trouble returned to his homo in the (lap Wednesday very much im? proved. Mr. Owens was the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. W. G. Hopkins in Richmond for a few da>s after leaving the hospital. SKWING ?Good work: rea? sonable prices. Phono 200.? udv.7 'a. W. A. Head has been spend ing several days in Cincinnati buying goods for bis store at Appalachia. K/.ra. Carter spent a few day. in Richmond last week on bus? iness. Are y oil outside the law??Adv The Christian Kndenvor topic at the Presbyterian church for next Sunday even'ng is "Thy Kingdom Come; lu My Ohurcll" with Miss Violet Waye as lead? er. Von uro cordially invited to attend. Time 7:30 o'clock. Ray Hamiden spent the weekend with lioinefolkrt ill Rose Hill. Born to Mr. and Mrs. K. 1, King on Monday, February 28th, a line hab> girl. There's no '?hard limes" com? ing. It's just the soft times going. Trade at Purity Grocery und save the pennies.?Adv. | Mrs. Bud Bray, of Rogers.' ville, Tenn , has-been in this! section for several days visiting her daughters, Mrs. C. Ii. Bun-' drant ut Iinbodou und her fath? er, James M. Gilly, of Big Stone ' Gap. Tho Lloyd Guild will meet with Mrs. Warner nt tho Monte ViHtn Hotel on Thursday after, noon of this week nt :l o'clock. Horn to Mr..und Mrs. Hiifus Wax at their hem" on Iinboderi Hill, February 'J:trd, 11 tine hoy. Fresh Fish and Select Oys ters. Quick delivery. Phone 215. Purity Grocery.?Adv. .Misses Jeanette Uilmer and Itosemoiid Wren will dance a fairy dance at the matinee Sat urduy afternoon. Little Kvelyn Taylor will sing a song, also Rdwnrd and KImki You-dl, Milton Miller, K? .l>.-rt Smith and Jim Harren. Come and hear them The V. l>. C. will meet next Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock with Mrs. W. T. I lend, loo. All members are cordially Invited to attend. Mrs. Howard .lessee left last Thursday morning for Norfolk where sin- was called on no count of the Midden death of her sister, Miss Kthel Marrow, who had been ill only two days with pneumonia Mrs. It. F. Pannell, mother of Mrs. Will Willis, who was kill ed by her liusbarid on lllibbdcti Hill several weeks ago, was taken suddenly ill last Thurs? day afternoon and is said to he in a very critical condition, chances for her recovery being very remote'. Mrs. W. T. (ioodloe ami son, (ieorge, went over to Hristol Saturday morning, where the\ attended the minstrel given lij the Virginia Tech minstrels Saturday night nil it spent Sun? day with William Goodloo, dr., who is attending school at Ts I*. I. (Iiis winter and is one tb? Virginia Tech minstrels. Shalor G illy, who was re? ported as being seriously ill at Iiis home in Boolio, N. C., fol lowing an operation for ap? pend ic.il is, is now improving rapidly and will fully recover is the opinion of Ins attending physicians. Mr. and Mrs. W alter Nickels, ,lr., returned hist week- to the (Sap from their .several days bridal trip t ?i Spartanhiirg. S. C, and nt her Southern cil ies. For the present they are stop? ping lit. the homo of Mr. and Mrs. .1. K Marshall, but' expect to move to Roda, where Mr. Nickels is depot agent as soon | as they can B0OUI0 a liniiso. Miss L'eiitl I'eaiunn, who has been dangerously ill at Denver Col., with nn ilttnok of pneu? monia, is now some w lint hi tter according to late reports from her mother, who arrived at bei bedside last Friday morning from Anderson, lud. She will bp removed to bet' home as soon as she is able to withstand tlie, trip. Oscar j. Biekiey, formerly of the Cap, w ho has. been living in Thief River Fulls, Minnesota, for the past two years, arrived here last Thilisdiiy, where lie is spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Laura- Biekiey. Oscar and Iiis brother, W. W Biekiey went over m Fort Bllickmoru on Saturday ami spent a few days with their sister, Mrs. Ololiit Mann. Mrs. Fred Troy.returned to her home in the Gnji Friday from Richmond, where <!,.? ac? companied three children lo the Memorial Hospital and where she spent n few days with friends. While in Richmond Mrs. Troy attended a dance given at the Hormitiige Conn iry Club; alto the delightful dance given by Judge und Mrs. Herkh-y D. Attains ami the luncheon given oil Wednesday nt Hotel Richmond by tlie Ad? vertising Club of Richmond. Be sure and come t>. the mat? inee Saturday afternoon at !):30 ami set- Miss Fran cine Larri more, the noted actress In "The Royal Pauper," 11 live part comedy drama of a little poor bouse girl, whose beautiful dreams come true. Admission only JO and 1 ? cents. Seriously Wounded. Nelson Shape is seriously ill' ut bis home in Cracker's Neck from bullet wounds he received in mi altercation with Howard Wells on Sunday afternoon, Feb. Huh. Ho was shot twice, in the left thigh and it is re? ported that blood poison is causing the wounds to be of a very serious nature. Wells camo to Kust Stone Gap imme. dittlt-ly after the shooting and gave himself up to the authori? ties mid was released under bond. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mr*. 0. Ii. Burchfield duhouncu Hi" engagement arid approaching marriage of their daughter. Clara Louise, to Mr. C P. Kelly. The wedding will take place in March. Miss Burchfield for? merly lived in Pristol and is known to n large circle of friends. Mr. Kelly is a coal operator of Hig Stone (lap, Va.?Bristol Herald Courier. Birthday Dinner. Mrs. (i. N. Knight entertain ok a few of her relatives and friends last Wednesday noon with an enjoyable dinner in honor i>f her mother, Mrs. Laura H Pick ley's 83rd birlhdhy. Those invited were Mrs*. Net. tie Qilmur, Mrs. P.li/.a ,J. liar run, Mrs Kate Lindsoy, of Knoxvtlle; Misses l'.irilee and Ifettie Biekley, ami W. W. Bickley. .1. J. Kelly, Jr. Buperiuteiu dent of Wise county sehoolsi wili move his family from Wist to Pig StOtlQ <lap within the next week or two und they will occupy ttpartirierits in the Ton raine. Mr Kelly .spent a few days here '.cat week haying Iii? apartment put into conditioi for moving in his household goods. The people of the Gap will gladly welcome Mr. Kell) and family to their midst. Garrison Ctillicr!son. T. A. Garrison, of Big Stone Gap, and Mrs. Mary Colbert sou, of tin tun, were married at the homo of Uev. l \ W. I lean who officiated, on Salurdii) night, February 19th. The hrulo is a daughter of Mourn, Wells and this is her third- trip to the marriage altar. Tins is tho second time for the groom. They have gone to housekeep? ing in plat three and their host of friends wish for them u http py married life together. CHANGE YOURSELF Ate you the kind of man you would like your b?y to he? Are you the kind of man you" would like your neighbor to he!' -No.*' Thou Change Yourself Make a bigger place in your life for the Master, I,ine up with tin1 people of Cod. * ? Go t?"Church YOU will Im welcome at The Presbyterian Church .1 A M ES M SMITH, Pastor Sorvicow: Sintiluv School '.? 1 "> I'rcaoliiliC 11:00 U.B.H00. 7:!? AMUZU THEATRE I littrsday anil Priday Mch. 10 and 11 Qfith Monte Blue G ywramounl (j>U1urv The heart-stirring novel by John Pox, Jr., tingling over ihe screen. A romance ot lead in the Ihne Kidge hills and oi love in Ihe Ulue Or.us Capitol. Keep Your Balance Keep a careful itemized account of all your ex? penses, large and small, for one month. Dur that month continue to spend'just as you have in the past. At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, and NOTE THE MONEY THAT HAS BEEN LITERALLY FRITTERED AWAY. The next step is to open a savings account with us and adopt the habit of saving in lieu of frit? tering. Saving leads to success. Frittering keeps you down. The First National Bank of BIG STONE GAP Groceries at Fair Prices It you want to economize on your grocery hill and at the same time get the standard quality of goods, come to our store and we will show you how easy it is done. We only ask a very small margin of profit and in order to convince you of this fact we are submitting a few prices: Silver Leaf Lard, to lb. bucket.$2.50 " 5 II?, hucket.$1.25 Bacop, per pound.20c Golden Eagle Flour.$1.50 Host Meal .65c Arbuckles Collet.25c Tomatoes, per can.15c I lominy, per can.14-c Pet's Cream Sc or two cans for.15c Cm n, per can .|4c Cash and Carry Store In Polly Building Chattanooga Hillside Plows AUK THE UEST - ' -;'r " ? ' 'Phis plow will be just what you; want. Our many satis lied customers ate proof of its merit. Let us talk over with you the advantages of litis plow which we have sold lit this section lor many years. We know you will like it. Hamblen Brothers n Honest Work at Honest Prices Expert workmanship and a square deal?that's what you get when you let us do your repairing. Oils and Gasoline Considering tliC high quality df bur gasoline and oils, our prides are its low as you can lind anywhers. GIVE US A TRIAL 1:<\ .\.. Successor to E. I". Taylor & Company Bit,' Stone Gap. Virginia Don't Buy Inferior Foodstuffs THEY IMPAIR YOUR DIGESTIVE OilfiANS 'llliN you buy pure and wholesome groceries you bit)' something more. You are buying health, strength ami the mental and physical ability to become prosperous and contented in lite. We sell Groceries and other Foodstuffs that are guaranteed to be free from all imclurities. They are the only safe kind to buy?therefore the only kind we sell. F. L. MORTON Phone 129 South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surancc. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. BIG STONE GAP, VA.