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"'"^K'KSUAV, Mill, ?i, 10SJ t-Kiiinhed Every Wednesday by tha WISE PH1NTING COMPANY, tlirur|iori4l*?. UlLllERT N. KN1UHT. - Editor. LINDSEY J. HORTON. A?s't Edltor Ono Your, .... SI.DO Six Months. - .76 fltroa Monti, B, - .+0 Kutered according to postal regulations ? l tllO |HMl-ofnOP at UIr Stone Dap ?? ?IV uud-olast mstu>r. School News (Kdllcd by the Senloi Clus I Mr. tlnrrett's pupils r.lerbd ?iio of the hi'-t programs that luts boon presented in elm pel, oil Friday morning of last week. Tito program Was ns follows : Maryland .Class liiliiV Heading nisi Prmyei ..lames Little I Life o( Warren Q Harding . Tlieliiia Dowell i >M lllaok Joe IJtaaa Life of Calvin C. Cnolldce ... Ho.I Darnell 1 Vocal Solo Kllr.a SllUgarl No Hall nl Washington Today Margaret Thompson ,1oke? Kvclyn Alsorcr Plane Solo Margaret Wolfe Iteoltatlen I.eVin.t Sire Carry Me Hark to.Old VirjjiulK ,.Class Miss Helen McCormicI; a grad? uate- uf our school bus been sub Rtituliiig for Mibs Taylor this week. Hev. Donii, Uev. Smith and Kev. Iliirn/. gavo very iiiterest illg talks Ibis week at school. Hev. Dcnii ami jtrjv. Smith have been iibsenl for ii fo\\ weeks, but we are glad to have (hem back with us. The "invisible medals1' for last week were awarded to the fourth, sixth, tenth and eleventh grades. The four highest fnvorfl in Hie Senior class are May SICllip, \al edicturuiu ; dailies Hilly, siilnto rinu; (Jlnrn Dowell, prophet, tiiul Henrietta Skeen. historian of the class. Until girls' and hoys' basket ball teams wiJI have a game this Friday at N'ortoii, March tilth. Several of our hoys and girls went on a kike to Kennedy s Cave last Sunday looming at about 10 ::tn o'clock. They Im.I j a delightful trip and on arriving there they Went to the taillierest room of tl.nve and many sou? venirs were brought out from the bottom of the cave. After curving their name- and the date of their trip to the cave the crowd came out and had a dinner consisting of salidw iches, pickles, cakes and fruits and returned about ;i o'clock in tin1 afternoon. I Those enjoying the like were: Louise Hex, Mary Johnson, Trnlri | Kennedy j Clara Dowell, Delia Jennings, May Sleiiip, Thejnia . Hanks, Vordn Clay, Until Bur ron. Curl Knight, .liinies Hilly, Othb Hit-el, Arthur Foster, K. Lane, George Hoodloe, p.dwnrd Bird and l.otcliei litinii. Miss Kate Lay spent the week end with lioinefolkl at Coeburn. The "invisible medals" for the week-ending March 1 were awarded lb the eighth, high sixth and low fourth lor the host ordered lines; liirchell Hilton, who was a member of the Junior class lafll year and who left here to attend the date City high school was a visitor to ?Hir school on Monday. Several of our high school pu pils attended the B. Y. P. U. meeting hold by the Coeburn boys at the Norton Baptist church Tuesday night Louella Salyer, Clara Dowell, (Carolina Uoodloe, Anita Coodloe, Kelsie Tilly, Lovely Littreil, Elizabeth I'annell, domes and Joe Little, l.elcher Bunn, George Coodloe, Russell Salver, Marion and Cecil Morris and Charles R?dgen were uimnig IllOSC who enjoyed the trip. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS NOTES The Christian Kndeuvor Socie? ty of the 1 rosbytorian chiiroh is planning a debate for their meeting next Sunday night. The topic for the evening is, "What is Real Religion?" ? itIt Miss Kdna SlcFnddeti as leader, and the subject lor debate is, "Resolved, That to he a poor Christian is heller than not to he a ('In ist iau al all.*' This will he an interesting subject for discussion. Come out and hear it. Yon ale al? ways welcome at these meetings, Time 7 r-1?I Sunday evening. C, E. Cnnveiiilon ?l AhinfJiin, Va. Miss lithel Van tinnier and Vcruoii Douihoo have been appointed as delegates to repre? sent the Christian Kndeavor So? ciety, of Rig Stone Cap, at a convention to he held at Stone? wall Jackson College at Abing doii June Ith to Mh. This con? vention will he composed of eight representatives from the C, K. societies of the Synod of Appalaehia. A splendid pro? gram has I.ii arranged ami we feel sure much g.I will result from this gathering of young people. As to pleasure, how ciiiild eighty young people meet in a conference ol this kind am! not have a good time? liiK Spring C. E. Society Elects Ollicer... The Christian Kndeavor Socie? ty, of the Rig Spring church in Powell's Valley, held its regular business and social meeting al the home of Mis; Reside Riggs last Friday night. The purpose of this meeting ws- the election of ollleers. The \oiiug people of I his coin lillinity showed iniiidi interest as to who should he I he leaders of this organization during the coining six months. The . ledion resulted he fol? lows: President, Luther Ham? ilton; vice-president, Mis- Vera Moore; treasurer, Troy Kelly; cone-jioildi ug secretary, M:.-> Hal lie Moore; recording secre? tary. Miss Bessie Riggs; chair? man of the prayer meeting coin; milleo, Miss Stella T?te; chair? man of the social committee, Miss Rattle Moore; chair.nan of the lohkoui commit tee. Miss Vera Moore; chilirnian of tliu Sunday school committee, Clay? ton Poll. After the business was com? pleted a very pleasant social hour was enjoyed by all. (lames were played and the girls served delicious lioiue-inado candy. Tin' next business meeting will he held al (he home of Miss Stella Morris the lirst Friday night in April. Yes, we have laws in this country to til every crime, but if the culprit has "influence;1 the crime seldom tits the law. The custom adopted by pres? ent civilization is by erecting suitable Memorials to t Ii c i r craves. There is no more drear? ily or gloomier sight than a sunk? en, neglected grave, grown up in weirds and briars. The world forgets the words. "Honor thy rather and mother, that thy days may be long."' All do not do it wilfully; Putting it oil. and waiting (or spare money, is of? ten the cause. It is unwise to put up Grave Markets above your means. The fact that you have remembered the grave of your departed stands for itself. Under the present system of from manufacturer direct to you, prices ol Memorials have been reduced w> such a low point that their cost is in reach of all. ROGERSVILLE, TENN. Do you want a more <)ii>ii.il konwt You can have It. by je teeiiaf lh< .otttci ptltttlU and chftrr comt-ln.tt.'n. In will ; ? per. Many a woman's repu? lsion Fof pood leite ?rvl cheer? ful home matins uu.lnir. h.i k..n ion..! I., lift I,.pj-, hIm. n.ti ol van piper. Fortunately It bn't a question of eioneyj iKr mo.l M* Itictlvr lt,tttt.t, eif often the hmcetdy. Alfred Peats "Prize" W?ll Paper always latisfies and pleases BSUmatcs cheerfully tWnul.tJ When may I teilt <? W. t .. XX".V ."V Phase I lei Hit Sinne Qsp.Vl Roda News LVdf. mill Mrs. M t Davis urn Hpcmliug tho w?l kend with their brother ill-law in ar Iti 14 | Stone 1 tup They are gniUgtol have their eight months old daughter's picltiro taken while a way. Mrs. Honodicl, who h is been manager of I he Itodn I Intel, h.-nt resign.-il ami Mi-s Fannie llasa | has taken her plaee. Mrs. Site Hi it ton and two chilli roil of California are visit ing their sister, Mis. Wilde late. J. C Clark, un unknown man who came to Coda on last Mon? day, took sick on the following Tuesday and died Frida,}' af tornooiij The tie..pie of It odd are trying to lied his people. If not found he will be tinned at Preacher 1 'reek Mr. and Mrs. C II I.into, of Itoda, were culling oii Mrs Hugh Hoyil, of App ihtcliiui on last Stimlin Mrs. |)r, lleiiHon, who hau been sick for man) dn\>-, is mov? able to sit up. j Miss Lillian Qitillin is un | proving since llei illness. Meaales is rugiiig in Koda Tin' congregation is increas ing at Koda church. Ii was! lillich larger last Sunday night than usual. A nhort program ? ill be ren Idered at the Koda school next Friday evening, and a box slip I per following. The proceeds lure for the benclli of the aohool. Banquet in Honor ol 0. I.. Maddux. A 1 tit I ? 11 tit-1 was held til the |Stnnega Hotel. Stonogu, at S loci., p. m., on February 1Mb. honor nf <?. Ii. Maddo.N, by [his former llSSOcial.I the starr departiiieut of the Stouega (Juke eV Coal Coinpany, w ho had re Isigned tp become manager of the I Central Supply Company; of Appalacliia. Mr. MaddoV litis been all fill ployed <?f the store department of I he coinpany for the pasl four? teen years having begun a- ste nographcr to \V. I!. Ktiwarila in 11?07 . A live-course dinner was sorv i'il, consisting nf grape-fruit, turkey, dressing, creamed pota? toes, peas, cranberry jelly ami fruit cocktail, tomatoes with French dressing, ice cream and cake, Coifed and ai tor-dinner mint.-. After the dinner S. .). (Irilll dy, manager of stores, in a picas ling and elfective manner, pre "Rat-Snap Kills 48 Rats" Writee Urin Net!..!. PeaaayreeaU li - . "After aalas iiir Ure.? t-oO.?*e. we ,. i.-t <s d.e.1 reu>." IiAT-SNAI' llii i'rrn. drins up the rrttwi. h.-,J leaves norroelL Cele end d.sta won't loorh it. Ccene* In cfr.vrnirn .;/*-reV.vi ; r... n.nuy; with ether food. Oct a i.-..t'.c todaj. ts.rrc ,iir.: Be far kllehaa cat eel!er:fOe for chicken heaes or runt rnli: ?I H> for oaroa end cutl>uil-lin,re. Ycir money bach fcf &AT-KNAP doreut'i do tho woek. P,tTI - Li?vn Wo 5wU eed Cuenntee-J by KKI.I.Y i)?Ul) fuMI'A.SY IIAMULRN ilKOS Mr?. Crnmlalt (Iowa) Tell. How She Stopped Chicken Looiea ?'U?t sprint, rallkillnl ?11 our Iain- chltkv WiA I'd Ln.'un al?.ill Rat.Snip Wf.-rr. With Jujt one Uritf |mV ??t ?<? illlrd >??oi o( ulv Their won't MtlliityMt'ibjichM. I'll 1*1 " IUi-Smp u r"1' aolpttl act ?11? lot JSc- We. M. ?? Sold -~ J giuraatctU by KELLT DRUQ COMPANY I1A.MBLBN BROS. Beutet] Mr. Maddox with a hond Boniely engraved sterling silver Bervicc, hearing a testimonial 6f love and esteem from his fel? low associates. It. K. Taggart, general mails] hger of the Sloiiega Uoke & Coal Company, very fittingly praised J Mr. Maddox for his loyal ser? vice and the success he had at? tained. M. 1). Cooper, Mr. Maddux's j successor, closed the occasion with appropriate remarks. Those present were: 1\. Ii.1 Tuggart, S. J. Gundry, B. F. Tobe, \V. II. McOonuough, I.. U. j K Iv.ard-, ('. SIcuip, T. 0. Kid dle, .1. I?. Willis, (i. P. Fergu v. W. A. I Iis. K. U. Tanker slev. M. I>. Lipps, Willi McAr t hill. .1. It. Parsons. It. T. Keil ?or, T, I. Adams, M. I). Cooper, A. c. ItcnsOr, P. W. Gtihdry, Mr. (Jodsey, Uoherl Miller, Mrs. P. W. tSlllidryi Mis- Mae Tilley. ? A p pa lach I a I Ilde pendent. There seems to he ii tendency on the pail of many people tol continually criticise others of. their acquaintance, 11 isn't done with the intention of do-1 ing harm to the person criticis- ! oil a! least not always?but is I simply a case of seeing the j wors! side of human nature when the brighter side could he vietved to much better iidvaht-1 age, None of us are perfect?j not even the critics themselves ?but we would all be belter citizens if we were to confine ourselves to recognizing and fostering the good in humanity instead of stiriug up the bad. It isn't always Hllfo to tell what you know about other people. They might retaliate in kind. Iteauty, they say, is only skin deep. Hilt possibly that in be? cause some skins are ho thick they can't he penetrated. "The Kid" is coming.?adv. Why Not? Why not buy where you can buy the cheapest? Wc sell White Lily Flour at $1.75, delivered at your door. Wc also save you money on numerous other articles in the grocery line. Here arc a lew prices for this week: White Lily Flour .$i.7,5 Three Kivcrs Meal.75c Wesson Oil, pints.35c Wesson Oil. quarts.70c Arbuckles Coffee.jSc Maxwell House Coffee.|8c California Yellow Peaches, large can .\$c Host Hawaiian Pineapple. per can.|OC and 50c Hdrden's Milk, 6 bz. 3 for 251: I land Packed Tomatoes, No. 2.2 for 25c : Iland Packed Tomatoes, No. 3.2 lor 35c Also Fresh Spinach Greens, Kale, Fancy Head Lettuce, Cabbage, Celery, Sweet Pota? toes, Irish Potatoes & Onions. FRUITS Bananas,Oranges, Grape Fruit Lemons and Apples. 0 u r Fruits and Vegetables arc al? ways fresh and the best the market affords. Fresh Fish and Oysters at all times. Prompt delivery. Let us have your orders. Yours to please. Purity Grocery [Phone 215 \tir*t>t? and F?is>;l~fct A CHARLES MATGNrE Production With MONTE BLUE Chief of the clan?and fighting his own people Down in the Capitol halls at Frankfort he had fought for their good name. Now in the mountains their old grim i'ued was flaming?and he had to make good. For pride?for honor--tor love! A Blue Grass epic of politics, hearts and the hills. WILFRED LYTEL and DIANA ALLEN in the great supporting cast. From the Famous Novel l>v John Fox* Jr. Some of the big scenes made in and around Big Stone Gap. Come early and avoid the rush. Matinee daily, starting promptly at 3:30 !_ i "at Si : 51 [Bl [31 Isi icy mm: ' mm Ujfl rr3j I The Cash and Carry Store 1 g In Polly Building Armour's Big Crop fertilizers Acid Phosphate Bone Meal Trucker's Fertilizer White Spring Seed Oats AT W. E. WAMPLER & COMPANY BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA A Rat Tliot Didn't Smrlt After ?! r-M-.fy'o C O i-o rr n Being Diatl for Three Months 1?U I I g O V_J Cl I cl g O t.cmi: ? t ,?t?t it wudoduWc month.." ?litrt Mr J. Fyle* tN. J->. "I ??*thtwat i very da) i .' ? ? .1 Kai-vi)M>l<binit 1 baitel. Mbsttuiltrniifd*., my ?Ut tinted l*hin.l the turd, rhrrc il?u- dud.3 K.1-M...i. tritt Id tut? >ucs Ii 15c. 45c. SI 25. SoM Uid ?UUUitrcd by KKI.I.V 1>MJ0 COMPANY IIAMHLKN ItHOS. Dodge Brothers Service Station General Repairing in charge i>f competent rni.chanlcs Storage Gasoline Accossorlos IZxhC; Battury Sarvlcu