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WKDNKS?AY, OUT. 12, 1921 rnblnhed Bv?r; Wnliuwlay 0/ Ui* WISE PHINTIN? COMPANY, ln?-or|?or?l<><l. llll.UKUT N ? KNIUHT, - KUIlor. LIN?SEY J. HORTON, Ass'l Keillor Ono Yoar. - ?I.60 SIk Montlin. - .70 riirea Monthn. - .40 Katered uroordlni: la postal regulutlon? kl Uta iHMt-nfllco ?i BIk Staue <i?i> ????> onil-cliuui mutter. Prepare for a Cold One. An extremely cold winter is predicted?moro severe t han any w?> have had for many yenrs pant, they any. If such ha the case it would ha wine for our home people to make preparation lor it in ad? vance, not only thai our fami? lies may livo in comfort, lint that live stock and poultry may not suiror. It would lie well to go over the barhu und poultry houses and close up all cracks and holes where the air could drift through, with the exception of the ventilation splice, and (hat should lie covered with canvas. A poultry house lined with tar paper would he vastly warmer ami the egg yield would he much more satisfactory. With depressed httsillOHH con ditions prevailing generally it Would he the Height of folly In allow an extreme winter to ren? der them worse when a little forethought and energy will provide ugmnst such u possibil? ity. Do it before the cold weather comes There is only one I lung that prevents the average wife from saving money . She can't save what she doesn't gei The man who is true to him. self is never a traitor In others, When we hoar a fellow boast? ing that he never changes his mind we quite agree with him. It is dilllcull to change some, thing that does not exist. Don't h.nue discouraged because the world fails to uo cepl you at your own valuation. The Lord knows you as yon are, ami the roBt of us don't count. SUNDAY CLUB WANTS DISARMAMENT Committee Appointed to Draft Resolution to Submit to Council of Disarm? ament. The YVino County Hilly Sun? day Club ban noun ou record as favoring; disarmament, and in it? mooting bold horn lnst Sun? day afternoon, Dm followiug committee was appointed to draw up a resolution which will bo submitted to the disarma? ment council in Washington: Judge II. A. \V. Skeen, of Big Stone Cap, chairman; M 1). Collier, of A|ipalachia, II. K. Hyatt, of Norton, C It. McCor clo, of Wiho, a .Mr. l.ivesay, of Cm hum. The mooting was held at tho Methodist church and was largely attended practically ev? ery club unit of tin' county be ing represented. KzraCarter, of this place,wel? comed the various units with a delightful address I). Terpstra, of Dorchester, made an excellent talk ou mat? ters of general internal to tho club. Judge Skeen talked Oil "Fed end Uovornmeht," und was given close attention through? out, "The Hook of Numbers" was Rev, Simmons' subject, discuss? ed in no explanatory way. Senator John Uoodlou gave a Scripture reading, commenting on various points iih he pro? gressed. The meeting wan one of fel? lowship, good cheer und ear? nest II OSS. It was decided that the next county mooting would bo held at Coeburn, iii the IttiptiHt church, mi the second Sunday in November ai ihr.'clock in I he afternoon. Some means should he found of putting the unemployed hack to work again be furo the winter sets in. If iluire is any work the government wants done it should begin now. The mime is true of the stales and the municipalities ICvery public improvement thus started menus work ami food and clothing for nil increased num? ber of people Ibis winter. The unemployed are not looking for Charity. They want work. This is to be the hottest hum? mer in fifty years. That plight to prepare some people for u hotter place yet to come. Norfolk & Western Railway -Route of the Chicago & Sr. Louis Expruss St. Louis & Chicago Limiii:i> CilA'l i'anooga NliW Okl.l axs LlMlTKD Norfolk cv: RiciiiuoN'd Limitkd Fast Trains! ^Sf* I Fast Trains TO--Richmonci. Koanoke, Cincinnati. Columbus. Chicago, St. Louis, Toledo, Detroit, Knoxville, Chattanooga. Memphis, Nashville, Binning ham. New Orleans and all points SOUTH, SOUTHWEST, WEST and NORTHWEST. For Rates, schedules. Pullman reservations, and detailed information, apply to CHAS. L. BAU MG AR DN ER, C.N.BUSH, Ceneral Agent, Ticket Auent. _Bristol, Va._Bristol, Va. Have Your Furnaces Repaired Good Grales and Damper Doors Save Labor and Goal 1 will have an Expert Plumber and Steam Fitter with me in a few days and expect to contract biff Jobs as well as small ones. You Will Save Money by Figuring With Us Dental Clinic for Colored School Children to be Opened Monday, Oc? tober 17th. Dr. L. A. Kowlkos, from Rich? mond, Iiuh horn engaged by the Stute Hoard of Hoalilt to open a dontal clinic for tho colored school children under the an spices of tho Wise County Health Department and the American Red Cross. Dr. Kowlkes will go on duty at the Hig Stone Gap colored BcllOOl Monday, October 17 at ? a. in. A practical nurno has been engaged to assist Dr. Kowlkes in ouch clinic. Any child in tho community who is unable to pay for treatment at these clinics will lie treated free. All other cliMdron will be required to pay a fen of fifty cents per llllillg or extraction. No child will bo admitted to the clinic without a signed permission from its parents. The heart ies| co-operation is asked of nil the colored patrons in this commu? nity so that this clinic maybe held again ne.v I Spring. Conference Appointment. The following appointments were mudo for the liig Stone Uup district of the Southern Methodist church at lliuiiniiiial Conference hold in Mono-town the past week. I'.ev. C \V. Dean, who has boon pastor of the church at this place for the past four years has been trans? ferred to Herwind in tho Blue lleld district: K A. Bbugart, I'realdlng-Kltler, Appalachia a' I. Httadley. Big Stem- Uap? It Ii. Itoynoldii Big Btnno (Jap Circ/ull \^ m I, <'i.-u' ger. Ollnchi'Ort?H. M Dtiiiii, Sappl) Coeburn~M, A. Stevenson Coobtiru Circuit? W, II Simpkius. Supply ( Cumberland Uap W !? r'aruuii Duugaiinoii V \V, liiookp Kwlug?.1 IV Sluwarl Him City?Ji II. Wagner Uate Oily ? in nit I .1 limits Iriibodon?II n Hart, Supply Joneavllie W T Kvatu Klugiport -Thoa I'rlddy. Klngitioil Cirauil It W Wnilii Nlokehwllle-.l, W. Kip. Supply. Norton .1. V. Iloiiioh. IViiniugt.lap Ii M Walker Powell h Valley -S. V Clbsiiii Itoda-K. I. McConnell Stlckleyvllle s M Jennings Stonega? K. It. Sheltmi. Tarawell?8, A McCaulcM Tatewell Circuit l tJ, Clark. Tom ? Creek -S O. Try. Wim- W It ItrlgKs WiaoClreiill?.lohn Siiailluy, Supply. I Caloric Pipeless Furnaces Making Good. \S'. ti. Colitis i- arranging In handle a car load of pipeb'KS furnaces Those wishing m get ill oil this carload and save S per cent should take prompt action Don't leayo your heat? ing oil' till the fall rush is on.? adv. Sam F. Dickcnson Resigns. Sam V. Dickensoii has resign? ed us Borrnlury of the Americ in Legion Post ut Appalachia mi account of leaving thai town Mr. Dickensoii will continue In handle such claims as be has been handling for service men in case it is their preference that bedo so, ami all correspon deuce relating thereto should be directed to him in care of the Chamber a Commerce, Bristol, Tonn, All new matters should he taken up with II A I'rilcliott, of Appalachia, who has been elected to succeed .Mr. Dickensoii Hurrah for Rill! Mr. Long. tho 31A pounds of InusolOi from Itig st,,ne (lap. Virginia, proved to Ihi it stone wall. Cabbage and "Monk'' Younger sent Ihe hig hoy in during the waning minutes of Ihe game The Tiger attack was driven at him just us he got -.-t III the t in f- There [ wan a big pile of Tigers, protnhly six deep, l^uig. in his Aral play of his career, had piled up the entire Tiger tribe mid hadn't us much as laulgtid from the pl.es- ho tirst ?et Iii? cleats in iheeod. I.oug's n coinor. .hist watch him go whm the hig November game* i?oiuo.?The Virginia Tcclii Card Party. Mrs. .1. B. Wampler was the delightful hostess of a bridge party loa large number of ihe bridge players in the (Lip at her Imme lasl Thursday morn? ing from in lo 13 o'clock com? plimentary to her house guest, Mrs. Paul Sent er, ol Bristol. Following the game, Mrs. Wampler nerved U delicious luncheon to llle guests ill the small tables. It isn't the best of policy to take all yoil can get. You may get more than you want to take. FEDERAL COURT IN SESSION Docket is Small This Term Civil Cases Will Be Heard. United States Court for tiio Western District of Virginia convened here Monday morn? ing with Judge Henry ('. Mc? Dowell, of Lynohhurg, presid? ing. Only a small number of cases are on the docket for this term. The following officers of the court arrived hero on the Southern Sunday night: Judge Henry U. McDowell, of Lynohhurg; T. J. Muucy, ?if Hounnko, district attorney; L T. Hyatt, of Lynchburg, clerk; S *(). L'rollitt.of Floyd, marshal; Miss Itumburger, clerk tu dis trict attorney. The following eases wore dis posedof Monday: Deuiiie John? son, of Buchanan county, plead guilty to illicit distilling and w;,r- lined ?100 and sentenced to ;t0 days in jail. Fred Bevorly, of DickouROti county, was lined }|ul) and given live months! in jail for violation of prohibition laws. Henry Williams, of Wise county, three months in jail fm violation of prohibition laws. .). ('. Moore, of Lee county, lined filOU for violation of post al laws. Teiiuison llulchiiision, of Wise county, Ii.I ti'i'J l<> for violation of postal laws Andrew Davis, of Wise county, lined jtlSS for Violation of pro? hibition laws. I t' Smith, common wealth's attorney for Dickensoo county, Was lined I&00, being convicted on a white slave charge at the April term of court here, hut sentence woe deferred until this lernt The defendant promptly appealed the case. COUNTERFEITERS 11 ElH(i TRIED Evidence Submitted ? Jury Will Render Verdict Today. Will Stover and bis wife, Myr? tle Stover, and James Hu/.le wooil, who are charged with' passing a number of t wo dollar bills raised In twenty dollars at ibis place during last. May, are being tried at. this term of F?d? eral Coiirt, Almost two days is . re consumed introducing ev? idence ami the fato of the de? fendants are now in the bunds of the jury who will probably render their decision BOIlie time tins morning. Court held ex? tra session last night to give the attorneys time for argu? ments and adjourned until 0:30 ihis morning. The defendants wore arrested in Iowa during the month of July, alter their visit to Big Stone liap, where nisi alleged they left a number of raised two 10 twenty dollar bills. Tho ar? rest was made by Henry K. Thomas, government socrotser? vice man, who had followed idem through sevnral stillos. The defendants were represent? ed by Attorneys McCoy and Kennedy. The man who has more mon? ey than he knows how to spend has no trouble in finding n will? ing teacher. Before entering into a discus, siou of disarmament Mr. Hard? ing should bo suitably armed for tho fray. It's a funny sort of combina? tion, but the man w ho paints a town red often gets a block eye during the performance. Last and Final Appeal for Water Rent. All unpaid on the loth of this month will bo cut off without fun her notice, I'. II. Kknnkdy, Treasurer. NOTICE! The Sanitary Dry Cleaning & Pressing Company will soon be located in new quarters in tho 1'. II. Kennedy building on Rast Fifth Street. Any one wishing clothes pressed, cleaned or dyed, hats blocked or ret rimmed will receive prompt servio.o by cull, illg or 'phono Nu -It), adv. Titos. BUCKKKK, Manager. 'ordbsorv TRACTOR CURLEE CLOTHES Have arrived and arc now ready for your inspec? tion. They have an iron-clad guarantee. We also have a new line of Ladies' Coats and Suits and Serge Dresses at prices that will surprise you. Shoes pal ore! for every member of the family at low price. Don't forget that our grocery department is complete in every detail, and at reasonable prices too. A visit to our store will be greatly appreciated any time you wish to come and look over our stock. Kelly Furnishing" Co. At L. & N. Station, Phone 23. BIG STONE GAP, - VIRGINIA. a nice line of Ginghams, Percales, Outings, and a nice line n[ Men's Pawn Broken Clolh ing al prices you can afforcl to buy. Best Ginshams, per yard.20c Best Percales, per yard.20c Best Outings, per yard.20c Men's Odd Coats.$3.50 to $5.00 Men's All Wool Suits.$18.00 I will sell on Saturday of Each Week: 12 pounds Franklin Sugar.$1.00 3 Glasses Jelly.25c Arbuckles Coffoe .25c Pure Lard.20c Brown Mule Tobacco, plug.25c Call and see me near Southern Depot. H. O. GILES South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated Fire, Life, Accident aridCasuality In surancc* Fidelity and Other.Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. DIG STONE GAP. VA