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the Delightful Surface WOMEN of refinement nppfeciate^the quality of Symphony Lnwn Writing Paper?a quality expressed in the remark ftbly fine texture of the paper, the splendid writing surface, the opportunity for pcisona) ?election permitted by its ?aried finishes and delicate tints. Symphony Lawn Writing Paper can be obtain*..1 in packages containing one quire or one pound. Made in several styles mid aizcb, to meet every dictate of good tustc. Also cotic?poodcnce curds, wkb envelopes to match; KELLY DRUG COMPANY Zj/ic Sftcxa// Store Big Stone Gap, - Virginia LOCAL ITl^MS. M. R King, <>f Appalachpi, was a visitor to tin- (Jap oil last Friii ay. Mr?. W. T. (Joodloo noil Mrs. ii. N Knight spool Friday of. loriioon in Appulacliia shop? ping. Kittle .Miss Sue Litton, of Loo county, is spending somo time in the (lap visiting her grand - mollier, Mrs. L. K Perry Ii. 'I'. Murklo spent several days at St. Charles last week on business. J. T, (> rah a in and Carl Knight spent the week-end at Kings port with friends. Misses Ann and Lucy Maury left last Thursday lor Wash? ington where they will spend several weeks visiting relatives and 11 lends. Miss Kate Lay spent the week-end at I'oehttrn wilb boinefolks. Qordoil (loo.line, who spent the past two weeks in the (lap with his parents, returned Sat? urday night to Atlanta, Od., where be is attending school at Georgia Tech, Mrs. Charles McConiiell, of Dungnnnon, spuni Suuduy in the (lap the guest of hurCOUS-i ins, Misses Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. (). F, Kilbourne anil children spent Saturday in Lee county with relatives. Mrs. .1. 11. Mathews ami grand daughter, Miss Lucille Taylor, spent Saturday and Sunday at Norton, the guests of Mrs.,). 11. i'iorpont at the St Charles Hotel Mrs. Harvey, who has been very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. II. W. Hudson, is improving, Mrs. James Slemp spent Sun? day with friends at East Stone Cap. Mr. and Mrs. Goo, Cohen ami family, of Norton, motored to i he t lap Sunday. W. (I Best and three children of Penningtou, spent Saturday j in the (lap. '*? Mrs. (Jeorge A. Ksser and guests, of Norton, motored to the (lup Saturday. H. E. Mitchell spent the week? end with homefolks at Johnson City. Miss Jane Morgan spent 'Sun? day in Appulacliia with tier sis ter, Miss Kalbleun. The Junior Missionary Socie? ty of the Southern Methodist church will meet with Miss Rosemoud Wren on Friday af? ternoon ut I p. m. Circle No. 2 of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. C. C. Long Thursday ufturnoon at three o'clock. Miss Uosn Itruen spent last week visiting friends at (Irans's Neat, Cooluirn ami Norton. Mr. nml Mrs. Hubert Bruce ami children, r?f Norton, spent Sunday in the (lap with .Mr. Bruco's sisters. Mra. K. I'. Markte snent the week-end in Appnlaehia with relatives and friends. The Lloyd Guild will meet with Mrs. H. \<\ Warnerat the .Monte Vista Hotel on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Dr.' Karl Stoehr and J. H W urn pier left Monday after? noon on n hunting trip to Haw kins county, Tennessee. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet at tin- home of Mrs. K. .1. Present! Thursday afternoon at 'J.i'.O. KOK SALK ?One good fresh milch cow Cal| at Mrs. Klnyd < llinger, near Olihger.yu.? adv Mrs. K X. Hawks, of Cadet, is a pal lent in the George Hen Johnston Memorial Hospital at A biugdoni L. T Morrell, who has been qohlined to bis room for the past two weeks with influenza, is abb- to be out again, Parties desiring plain sewing pall on Mrs ('buries Heaman near Hosiery Mill.?udv.7-!>. hat ward Cartwright, Jr., who has been ill with the llu for sev. eral weeks, is able to be out again. Mr and Mrs. Sterne and two daughters, Misses K.li/.abeth and Maxine, of Norton, motor? ed down to the (lap Sunduy. Rey. .1. M. Smith and family have been ill with the tin this past week. Mrs. Mary Skeen Brown, of Middleaboro, spent the week? end in the (lap with her parents, Judge and Mrs. H. A. W. Skeen. The Hin Stone Gap Music floh will meet this afternoon at three o'clock with Mrs. Malcolm Smith. A. .1. Hood had n nice porch built to bis house which is lo? cated across the river from the old woolen mill and adds much to the attractive appearance of his home. The work was done I by IL B. Kelts and James Hale. Harmon Kelts and Ralph Sbowalter motored to Stycklny ville Sunday afternoon on Her mon's motorcycle. ,1 s Beamau has recei ved the contract to erect John Lane's residence. All the material is now assembled on the ground and work will commence on sum., this week. Misses Sarah Heoce, of Dor? chester, and Orady Loe John? son, of Appalachiu, spent the week-end in the Gap with Miss Laura Mue Bailey. Country cured, hickory smok? ed hams, shoulders and pure h<>g lard, hug jowls for vhu'r turnip green's; ? Hiscl's Meat Market.?a,Iv 7-10. F. B. Stone, of the Stone Pos? ter Advertising Service, spent Friday and Saturday at Norton, Wise and Cneburu, looking af? ter the construction of addition? al hill hoards. Circle No. l of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. A. B. Gordon Thursday after? noon 1,1 thr.I'clock. Now is the time to have your house guttered, or old gutters repai.ed. Low prices. All wor k guaranteed. Prompt ser? vice t). r Sword Company.? ad v. 7-1 a. I) B. Hicks, who has been in the (lap for some time, has re? signed his position with C. S. darter's store and left last Thursday for his home near Bogersville, Teno. Mrs W (i Hopkins, of Rich? mond, arrived in the (lap Tues? day w here she will spend a few days visit im; her parent", Mr. ami M is ('. t'. i lochran. Messrs. Henry McCormick and Arthur Urawford spent a few days last week in Washington on business FOB KENT ? due ii-room apartment, with hath, unfur? nished, in the Toiiraiue. Apply to the-Mnnie Vista Hotel, ?adv. 1'',. W. (. tllhersoii, who has been living in the dap for some time holding a position with the supply house at Osaka, has been transferred to the pay roll ?ftice at Stonega. He moved bis family to Stonega on S it it id ay. John Bay and I'M. Body left Friday morning I nun Richmond wdiere they will attend the an? nual meeting of the Masonic lodge which is being held there KOK REN I' ?I-room apart ? in-Iit with large hull and bath in Toiiraiue. Apply to Monte Vista Hotel ?adv. The monthly devotional meet? ing, of the Woman's Mission? ary Society of the Southern Methodist church, will beheld at the home of Mrs. (1. N Knight Thursday at three p in The Virginia Sales Company,; of which K. (? Uarrott is man? ager, have equipped their shop with a new pressing machine and are now in position lo clean ; and press clothes in an up to? ddle manner, Mr. Carroll has recently acquired the help of an expert in this line and I hoy are receiving a liberal patronage from the public The Woman's Missionary So? ciety will have charge of the service at the Baptist .church next Sunday night, February 10th The public, is most cor? dially invited lo attend. Sam McCluen, manager of the Norton Ice oi Cold Storage Cor? poration, is having plans drawn for the construction of a mod? ern bungalow, repleut in coziest detail. It is understood that bo will build in the west end, in the section that is fast growing into the most ideal residential quarters of the loWn.?Craw lord's Weekly. Douglas Terpstru has return? ed from the duck fields of Flor ida, where he left Hub Graham. Terpslra says Qruham has pur? chased a tin lizzie which he drives through the woods and swamps. When on lite splen? did roads he steps on the gits and goes at a gait that causes all makes of cars tu veer into curbs ami sued hills.?Craw? ford's Weekly. FOB SAKE -1 will have ready for delivery about March Ir-t Early Jersey WnkeHehl FROST PROOF Cabbage Plants. Place your order now, first come tirst served. 50c per 100; $-1 0(1 per 1,0UU. They will mature three weeks earlier than ordinary crop.?K.J. Horton, Big Stone Uap, Va.?adv. J. M. Lewis is having the in? terior of the Palace Cafe re? modeled, the eating room being partitioned oil' from the hot lunch counter, which gives it the appearance of a regular city cafe. Ho has secured the j services of C. L Budy, an AL banian, who was formerly in| the business at Johnson City, j Tenn., who has charge of tho' cuisine. Ray Hall, of Lynch, Ky., spent the week-end in tho Gap with his wife and baty son at the home of Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCormick. Roof. Burn and House Paints, Enamels, Varnishes, Stains, aU so best grades of SlatcSurfaci <l Roofing at greatly reduced prices. All material absolute? ly guaranteed. Most lib-mi terms,sixty days to live months. Lei me estimate on your re. quirements.?Q. C. Sword, Big Stone Clap, Va ?adv.7-10. George Roebuck left Tuesdu) morning for Washington where he will spend u few days on business. Mrs. Qeprge Roebuck and ba? by daughter lire spend I e g u few days ibis week ut Slonegu vi . itillg Mrs. O. \V. Kodenbi/.er. Miss Mattie Hid ton is spend ing a few days this week visit? ing in Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Wornor, Mr. and Mrs. Hurry N. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. K. I). Leslie and little duugbter, Margaret, and MissDoriBWarner,of the Monte Vista Hotel, motored up to Josephine Saturday night and spent a few hours very enjoy ublv the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. F. L troy. Mr. and Mrs. .lobe Taylor and children motored up to Norton Sunday afternoon and spent a few hours. Clarence, the son of Mr. and Mrs VV. VV. Mintou, who has been in the George Ben Jobnsten Memorial Hospital ut Ahmaden for several weeks where he un? derwent an operation, returned lo bis home up in the valley Sunday night. Miss llattie Leftwicll, book? keeper and stenographer for the Singer Sewing Muehiue Compa? ny in the (Jap, returned tins week from her home near Bris lol where she was called on ac? count of the death of bet fath? er, VV. i). Leftwicll, a few days ago. Mr. Leftwicll bad been Bulferiug for a number of years with asthma, bill bis illness was noi thought lo he serious anil Ins death came us a gre.il shock loa vury large circle of friends and relatives, He is survived by his wife and a mini ber of daughters and a son, three of whom live Ut West Norton. They are Mrs And) Johnson,1 Mrs F.lmt-r I'oore and Mr. Blair Loft wich. Death of Alec Litton. Alec Litton, a highly respect ed citizen, died at bis home Monday, February Olli at Iii? home near Jonesviilo, on his IUItli birthday. Mr. Litton had been in declining health for more than two months. The funeral was held at Friendship Itaptist chinch on Wednesday in the forenoon and the body was laid lo ie.it in the neigh? borhood cemetery; lie leaves a widow and live children to mourn Ins loss: Mrs. Dona Skidmoie, of Harlan, Ky., Mrs. Minerva Ball, of Tennessee, I', and Leonard Littou, Flat woods, Vii.j Mrs. F.ila Tingloy, Black stone, Va. Russell County Youn^ Lady Honored by Gov. Harrington. A very aij.iactive picture of Miss Kathleen Dickensoh, daughter of lloii. Walter l>n k enson, uf Custlewood, Vii , up pea red on the society page of the Knoxvillo Sentinel last Sun day. Miss Dickeiisotl has been appointed on the staff of Gov. Furring ton, of Hawaii, and sailed hist week from San Francisco for Honolulu. She was in Franco during the World war and was very active in the national political cam? paign und ulso tlie recent slate: campaign. Senior Class Entertained. Complimentary in the Senioi class of the Hig Stone (lap High School, the Sophomore eluss delighlfuliy entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wolfe on last Friday evening. The lower floor was beautifUli) decorated in iho Bophomore col ors of gold and black. I luring the evening they wore enter taiued with different games and contests. Al a late hour do licious fruit punch,sandwiches, pickles and candy were served to the many guests. Those present besides the two class- s wore, Misses Blanche Kennedy,I Mary Martha Davenport, tSmiiv Fulton, Ruby Kemper and Prof. Sulfridge, Medical Society Meets at Norton. The Wiso County Medical So? ciety will meet ut- Norton Hotel February 22nd at 3 p. hi. for the annual election of officers. A banquet will bo served for all members after the business ses? sion. ? THURSDAY CONSTANCE TALMADGE 1 One of Connie's Best v pi 1A First National Attraction 1 151 IS) rcir i=; ;s: r^i isi r??l tsi .vi feftx?! feif c? tAiffl to rai Cgj raHsi r?J tsjia Sfi?lCsifll tsi?el Bua SflatSi Clothes Cleaned & Pressed Shop Opposite Post Office SicMin L'ressing, Wet Cleaning, Dry Clean? ing, Altering ami Repairing. Wc an: in position to handle your work promptly and efficiently, t all phone No. 13S. Buy club tickets, four pressings lor ft; 25. Dry cleaning lb club members $1.00 only. No scorching or shining with this machine. tSuits presset! while you wait. Money saved ori our tailor-made clothing and you can also get here Ladies" Dress Patterns direct froiit mills. Work called lor ami delivered. VI KG IN IA SALES CO., - Big Stone Gap. Q nr. $?rn mm ELIABLE REPAIRING u ^XPERT workmanship and u square deal ? that's what you get when you let us do your repairing. We know how to get at all kinds of motor troubles und we know what to do when we find them. Prices Always Reasonable Good workmen waste least time. And time is whut you pay for in automobile re? pairing. Rut when you get your repairing done here, you know there's no time wusted ? no inexperienced experimenting at your expense. Try us once and you'll be convinced. F. A. BaKer's Garage Phone 208 Big Stone Gap. Va. Ever Have Your Garments Scorched? sJli not here qSSSiP We never bum. scorch or gloss anyone's clothes. ...---j^ECpKsSiW<: press with dry hot steam, sterilize your clothes and make them look as good as new THAT'S SERVICE. Clei l till l^t ?..?!>?? 1 ?*J t? ix- Alfcelint Hats Cleaned, Blocked and Retrimmed CALL US?WE'LL CALL Sanitary Dry Cleaning & Pressing Company Opposite Minorat Motor Co. ?ig ^ Even tlif homeliest of girls need not bo without a bow?if she plays the violin According to government re? ports prices throughout the! country art: Eleadily crawling down. Surely some dny they will como within sight. Administrator's Notice All persona to whom tho estate of J. M. Potior,deceased, is indebted, are hereby notified to tllo claims with the adminis? trator within the next ten days 1 at which time settlements will I bo made. J. s. Hamrlkn, Administrator.