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The Victrola! The Victrola offers you the ideal relax? ation?the soothing, restful influence of the world's best music. Great Victor artists sing for you the very songs you love to hear; the magic of their genius helps you to forget the cares and worries of the day. Why not come in today and let us prove just how easily the Victrola can help you? LOCAL ITEMS. Misses Maude Perkins ami Mary KiHiourne Hpfitt. a f??\V .lays laHi weak in Bristol shop? ping. 1. C. Taylor ami Ii. L Lithe spent a few days Iiuni mil; in Scott COIinly laHt week. < "Ian-nee Bailey spout a few days this week in Lexington, K \ , where he voted in the oloe ii mi Tuesday. Mrs. Jnines It. Taylor spun! Saturday in Bristol Bliopping. Mrs. 1. C. Taylor, who has lioen spending the past, month at Norfolk visiting .Mrs. Loster Parsons, returned to her home in the Qap Saturday. Mrs. W. II. Wren returned I'nilay night from a visit to relatives in Johnson City. LOST.?1017 Bi? Sumo (Jap High School elasH rin^ with in? itials "10. V. 0V' Kinder re? turn to this office ami reuuivu reward.?adv. Min? Kathleen Morgan return? ed to her homo in the (lap bist week front a several days visit to rolutivos in Lynchbiirg. Mrs. Chits. Kleenor left last week lor the hospital in Abing doil where bbo w ill Spend some time taking treatment. Miss Blanche Kennedy,who in teaching in the Oap, spent the week-end with relatives in < 'levelaud. Hudson C. Hees, of Camp Mendo, Md., has been spending a few days with frionds in this auction; Mins Ciladyh Blankenship,who has been upending the past few weeks in the Qap with her sis? ter, Mrs Clarence Bailey, re? turned Friday to her home in Lexington, Ky. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Potter oh last Thursday a fine eight pound girl. FOR KENT.?Eleven room residence with two baths on Poplar Hill. Apply to the First National Hank, Pig Stone Cap, Vu.?adv. ',-^Mrs. Bruce Campbell has ac? cepted a position in the oilier of the Klectric Transmission Com? pany in the (lap to till the va? cancy caused by the resigna? tion of MisH Kuhi Tackett. Miss Ktilii Tackelt, who Im? been working tlie olllce i>f tin- Kh-etric Transmission Com I pony in lifo Onp for tt number of years, resigned her position nnil left last week for New York where! she will visit her sister. VQK BALK ?At nnco n good upright piano, Reasonable. Phono 122 ?nil v. Mrs. Henry Taylor, of l)or ehester, spent. Inst week in the (i.ip with her Hister, Mrs. Lncv, while Mr. Taylor; Bupt. b. iTorpStrn and Assistant Supl. Smith were hunting in Scott comity. Mrs. Otla Mo?ser spent a few Iduys last week in Itriwlol the ?liest pf Mrs. A. K. Moriaon ami annulled the meeting of the I). A. It. Chapter at the home id Mis. Morisotl on Wednesday. Mrs 1\ A. McClnon, of Knot Stone I lap, has been spending Buverttl days in Ltrislo) visitiug her daughter, Mrs. Jeft Money liuii. Mrs. McCluen was the lionoreo of n lovely sewing par ly on Monday j;tven by Sirs. Money hun. Wime SVynndolto male birds for s.d.-, $3 00 each.-Mm. C. 11. Voight, Clinchport, Vn.?adv. ?13-15. .1. Mtlllins has received the Contract to overhaul and build an addition to the residence of W. A Jones ul East Stone (lap. The present part of the house ha:, I.n moved hack n few feet and a new addition will add t? the l rout which will make it one ul" the finest I esilleliees in Kasl Stone flap when COinplot 10(1. Misses llnltie tlilly and Knna May Horton, who nre teaching school at Kookoo, spent n few hours here Sunday afternoon visiting at the home of Mrs. M. V. Horton. HONBV i.'OR S.U.K. ? White, comb hoiiex in loib bucke'.s J7' cents per pound, mailed prepaid cosh or C. t). !). ? V. S. Cray, A fton, Ten 11. ? adv. T C.iiints ami little son, De Wilt, of Itristol, were visitors to the (Jap on last Saturday. Mr. Counts has a position in the superintendent's oflico of the Southern Kailway in that city and formerly lived in Cu; Stone tiap. I'llK SALE.?2 Perfection oil sto.es. Apply this office.?adv JT* JLHS. JcLo ??i I Yoti Can Secure Rogers' Silverware without charge by trading with us. Tell your friends about this exceptional offer. Save our cards, they are valuable. CARDS GIVEN BY Hisel's Meat Market FRESH MEATS Groceries and Country Produce Oysters in Season Phone 117 BIG STONE GAP, VA. The Lloyd Guild will meet with Mrs. 1). B. Pierson Thurs? day afternoon ?t :i:30 o'clock. Uov. H. 1). Hurt, pastor of tho Southern Methodist church ut Iniboden and Exeter, was a visitor to iho (Jap on Monday. A. D. Owen? has been sick with stomach trouble for some time, but is some belter now. J. V. Love, of K.ihi Stone Qap, spent I lie week-end with V. K. Qurrell, Jr., in the (iap. Miss Martha Ilugi spent the week-end with friends in Bris tot. Coming "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" by John Fox,J r ?adv. Mrs Shannon Miller, Miss Clarke and Creed Taylor motor ed over from White (.Lite and spent the week-end with Mr Taylor und Mist Beverly Tay lor in the Qap. Rev. Hall, of Lynch, spent i he week-etui in tin ' i i|). H. K Wibuotb left Monday morning for Ins home in Bristol after spending a week with his sister, .Mrs. T B. S one Rov. I<\ N. Wolfe will preach at the Methodist church at Ca det Friday night, November 11, at 7:(>ti o'clock. Everybody come out and hour a gooti ser? mon. Mrs. J. M Young, of Stonogd, spent Saturday and Sunday in the (lap visiting t datives. 1. T. Qilly has purchased a new four cylinder Buick tour? ing car from II. L. t iilly at Nor? ton. Mr. ami Mrs Ike Richmond ami children, of Appalachia, spent the week-eml with Mr and Mrs W. A. I loud. Dr. and Mrs. (t. C. Uoncycilll ami son, t i C., Jr . are spendioi? ibis week with relativen in Scot t county. MissQeorgin Host wick came over from Bristol and spent Sun day with her in it her and sister. ! .luck I'ickford in "Tho Little Shepherd of Kingdom Comb*' is coming soon.?adv. Miss Mahle Smith, who spent several duys in tho I iap \ (siting her aunt, .Mrs. \V. 11. Wren, re? turned to her home in Chilhowie last week. Mr. ami Mrs Dan Hill. Miss Anna Bounds and Rarl Schlei? cher, motored to the Cove and took supper with Mrs Hill's pa rents last Tuesday night. Miss Alvnrtn Nooloy and sis tor, Miss Bnrileo, sonnt Sunday at U ?d a with friends F.rnesl MeCulley returned Monday from a visit lo home folks in Bull's I lap. Brand new six room cottage, two lots, in town for sale. $2760.00; water, sower, electric lights.?-Goodloo Bros Co , lue. ?ndv.45tf. Circle No. 'J. of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs .1. M. Smith, Thursday afternoon at :> o'clock. Misses Anna Hounds and Susie Kilsrore attended the Christian Bndoav?rRocihl given ut the Log Cabin Monday night. Circle No. 1, of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. S H.Goodwin, Thursday afternoon at :t o'clock. (Jo to Workingmnn'fl Barber Shop. Hair-cut 35c, shave 16c Near Parrott's Rentaurnut Ex? pert workmanship.?.1. Matt Harris, I'rop.?udv INSPECTION TRIP ' Colonel D. B. Wont/., presi ileni, Slonoga Cokei&Conl Cotr pnuy, ninl directors, mode their annual inspection of llieir Vir Kinia properties on Wednesday and Thursday of last we-k. The party traveled by special train from SpartHiiburif, S O, via Carolina, ClinchnVId ?X: Ohio Railway; visited Klkhorn City and properties ot the Olitichtteld Coal Corporation und Clinch? held Carbo-Conl Corporation. They were accompanied by of Heitels of lie Carolina, Clinch Hehl & Ohio Kai I way, Clinch Held I 'onI Corporation, Inter -tale Railroad Coin puny, and local officials of the Stoueira Coke iV Coal Company. Death of Little Boy. Jerry, one of the l,ttlo live \en eld twin noun of Mr. aid Mrs. Ii. I. Cuillinillgs, died tit the home of its parents near Miuton's store on Monday af? ternoon at 3:18 o'clock The little hoy Ii d beeil sick for sev? eral days with diphtheria, hut >vas thought to be getting along very well, but took suddenly worse and died before his se rious condition was realized. It is thought thai heart trouble was the direct cause of his death. The remains were brought Monday afternoon to the home of Ihn Misses lirUCO, au its nf the deeeased, in the < lap, where the funeral will be conducted this morning at ten O'clock by Revs. R (i. Reynolds and J. M. Smith and burial will be in Oloncoo cemetery. Miss Rosa Bruce, who in Ink ing a business course in Bristol, and Miss Alien ItrilCO, who is leaching near Coohuru, .vere called homo Monday on account of the death of their little neph? ew, .1 et r v (liiiiimings, "Gypsy Blood" Hailed as a New Sensation, following the sensation il suc? cess of "Passion'' in America I comes a second foreign produc? tion starring Pohl Negri ami called "Oypay I'dood," a screen adaptation of Prosper MorimOO's original Kreuch stnrv, "Oar meii," which will he the First Vutional attraction at the Aniii/.u Theatre Thursday, "tivpsy Blood," according to reports from Mastern lilm con tors, has been filmed in the same pretentious and lUiprOS* sive manner an "Passion" and promises to achieve an equally astounding success. It was produced under the direction of Krust Lubitscli, who was also responsible for "Passion." The same qualities that won instaneoiis recognition for Polo Negri in "Passion" are reveal ed by this star in "(iypsy Blood." As the entrancing ami fiery little cigarette girl,; Carmen, Pola Negri, in lite screen version of this renowned work, surpasses, if such a thing is possible, her portrayal of Madame I lu Barry in " Passion." ?adv. American Legion Dance. The Henry N. Tale Post of the American Legion at Appu lachia w ill hold their first dance of the season in their new dance hall on Armistice Day night, November tub. Daiiniug from '.i to ; with music by Linda matins Rugaddurs of Colum bus, Ohio All ex-soldiers at tending are requestod to come in uniform. TT^TT rntTTT1 A -TT?' THURSDAY--(Tomorrovv) An unparallellecl triumph. The wonderful love story of a Gypsy Girl, as ecstatic as the Love-Lyrics of the world's immortal beauties. Thousands of Players Thousands of Scenes Directed by Lubitsch, creator of Passion. II '"Jhe End of J|| a Perfect DatfW ?and all ready for another, whether it be to plow, harrow, drill; to run the thresher, the corn shelter, the hay baler or what-not. For I I i Fordson Tractors arc not only doing in the most economical and most efficient manner, all III | general field work for farmers the world over, but they arc saving them time, labor and I II I I money in taking care of every power job. It combines all of the qualities?all of the ad? vantages?you have wished for in a tractor. It Is light; it is powerful; it is efficient; it is 1)HI economical in both fuel consumption and up- 11 I I keep; it is durable; it is dependable; and it is ||ill Hill not extravagant in cost. | It It's hard to tell you all 'he facts about the ! III Fordson here. We prefer to talk to you per- | | | sonally and to show you its many advantages. I I We'll gladly bring all the facts to you if you I III will phone or drop u:; a card. I j| Mineral Motor Company I Ittn STONH (IM'. I'RNNINUTON OAI>, Mtk'tus and Cut 111 RM I I I incorporated Appalachia, Virginia Flour, Feed, Meal; A Complete Line of Gro? ceries and Canned Goods; Dry Goods and Notions; Hosiery and Underwear. Wo have for prompt delivery a full lino of Ranges, Cook Stoves and Heaters, Stove Pipe and Coal Buckets at present market values. Suggest that you order now and be in position to supply your trade promptly when cold weather arrives. We have in stock a complete line of Iron Beds and Springs, Comforts and Blankets. Our New Fall Line 01 CURLEE CLOTHES Have arrived and are 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 yon. Shoes Galore! for every member of the family at low price. Don't forget that onr grocery department is complete in every detail,"and at reasonable prices too. A visit to our store will be greatly appreciated any time yon wish to come and look over our stock. Kelly Furnishing Co. j At L. )& N. Station. Phone 23. BIG STONE GAP, - VIRGINIA, South-West Insurance Agency Incorporated I'"ire, Life, Accident and Casuality In surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers. BIG STONE CAP. VA.