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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1922 Publ lta?) Ever.;- Wed.r.e.-..l*y by the WISE PHINTINC COMPANY, lucorpomlrrt. QILBERT N. KNIOHT, - Editor. LINDSEY J. HORTON. A?'t Editor Onu Yonr. Six Months. Thr*? Months KaU>re<l according t?poiul rsguUttoa at ttia pMt-oStoe ?t HlR Stone (Jap as loa ouil-olaaa matter I AM YOUR TOWN Make of mo wlml you will ? I shall reflect you tin clearly na ii mirror thrown back a caudle beam. If I tint pleasing lo i lie 6) o of the stranger within my union: if I um stich a night im. having seen me, lie will remember mo all hin clays an a thing of beau ty, the credit in yours. Ambition ami Opportunity call soiiie of my noun nnd tlaughters to lilgli tasks ami mighty priv? ilege-;, to my irrealer honor and to my gooil repute in far places, Inn it is not chiefly I hose who me my strength My strength is in those who remain, who are content with what I can otter, them, anil with what they can j oller m? It was the greatest of all Romans who said: "Bet I lor he tirsl in a little Iberian village than he second in Rome." 1 nm more than wood and brick and stone, more even than flesh and blood ? I am the coin posito soul of all wdto call me Home. 1 am your town. -Exchange. Gift forGrccncville Orphanage The executive committee of rbe Holsten Orphanage cam? paign has announced the lirsl gift Id the fund. It wan from Mrs, Martini Johnson Patter? son, daughter of Picsident An? drew Johnson The gift was forwarded by her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson Patterson, of (Jrociio ville, Tehti. In transmitting the cheek of $MX), Mr. Patterson made il known that bis mother, Mrs Martha Johnson Patterson, dur? ing her lifetime had set aside Ibis sum for the use of the or plumage and '.he establishing of a memorial Seeing the an uounceineni and without solici? tation, Mr. Patterson felt that be could now carry out his mother's wishes nnd, Ihorofore, forward the donation. The executive committee de? cided at a recent meeting to name one of the rooms iu the new building the "Martha Johnson Patterson Room" ami place a tablet dedicating the memorial. It was also decided to place similar memorial tablets in oth st.&o .7t. .40 I or rooms; if donors of $?00, $1,000 I imil $2,000 so desired. I Tho building itself will ho in I tho tinturo of n memorial to j Mrs. K. K. Wiley, the founder ! of the institution. If adequate punishment were promptly inflicted in every case there would soon bo no occasion for punishment. ? 50,000 Miles of Spots Arc Discovered on Sun. Miami, Via., Vati. 10. ? Discov? ery of a large outbreak of spots near the <.ter of the sun, cov. oring a territory of at le st 60, tiOO miles across, was reported Saturday night by l>r. David Todd, former director of the Amhersl Observatory, who maintains an observatory at bis winter boon here. The appearance of the sun spots, be said, was sudden and unexpected, as the sun's disc was perfectly smooth and qttlo scent Sunday. It is very likely, Dr. Todd said, that, brilliant displays of | the aurora horeulis will be seen , in the north and that telegraph and other elecrical instruments i will be disturbed,us they usual? ly are when the spots first be? come visible, Railroad Buying Equipment. Philadelphia, l-'eb. 17.?The ' Philadelphia & Reading rail? road bus placed orders for $!>, 000,000 worth of steel cars, in? cluding fifty passenger coaches and 'J,(too coal cars. The orders were spread among several linns. Pleasing Performance. "Hose of Washington Square" captivated a large audience tit the Amuzii Theater on Tuesday night of lust week by her win ning way, beautiful singing, clever dancing ami excellent pln> lug The allow was dirToronl from the usual run of musical com? edies. While brim full of catchy songs, there was a very pretty love story with a touch of sen? timent that appealed to lite au? dience. Miss Lone O'Doniiell made a captivating "honey bunch" be? ing all that the name implies. She bus a very pleasing voice, is a graceful dancer and plays the violin in an excellent man. nor. Arthur Itbickaller.as Kns ley 11 iekman, won Ins way in? to the hearts of the audience by bis clever impersonation as "nature's nobleman." lie in? terpreted the part of tut old mount,lit.r in n manner which could not be improved upon. They were supported by a sing? ing and dancing chorus, the best ever seen here. Attended Conference in Knoxville, Mrs. I ('. I'avlor, .Mrs Otis Mouser, Mrs. It' it; McQeckln, Mrs. 11. A. \V Skecn, Mrs K (1 Reynolds ami Mrs. K, A. Shu gait left Tuesday for Knoxville winue they will spend a few days this week attending the annual missionary conference. LOSS OF TIME Makes Profits Disappear Any piece of machinery that needs constant repairs is even more expensive. Both eat up the profits. W hy not come to town now, before the spring rush, and look at machinery and implements that will PRODUCE profits, it costs nothing to look, hut it is worth a lot to own them. Ask anybody who uses them. The profits they make talk louder than our words. Hambien Brothers APPA-STONE MUSIC CLUB The Appa-Stouo Music Club held its regular meeting at Ap palucbiu on Saturday, Febru? ary 11th. After the conclusion of the business of the meeting, a very interesting "Beethoven" pro gram was rendered: '?Sketch of Beethoven's Life" . .Frances Bayeri "Ufeof Beethoven" Mm. Sara W.Black "Story of Kidolio Opera Hntli Sinilb ''Storj Of Moonlight B?Uata' Adelakle Winston i'iauo Solo "Moonlight Sonata" Beethoven Mrs. Sara W. Illaek Piano Solo: ? Kur Elise" ...... Beethoven Kraucea Daugherty An interesting, as well as in? structive, part of the social hour was n musical guessing contest. Miss Frances Savers scored the highest, and was awarded a placque of Beetho? ven. Miss Adelaide Winston and Miss Frances Snyers served de licious sandwiches and hot chocolate. Much interest is being shown by the individual members of the club, and there have been several new applicants It was decided, rather than form two , clubs,to extend I he membership', , live new applicants being iic- , copied at the last meeting Valentine Parly. One of the must delightful parlies of the week was given ' at the home of Mr. and Mrs I J, L. MoOormick on lust.Tucs* day night by the many friends James McCortnick. The evening was spent play? ing numerous games until a late hour when delicious refresh? ments were served. Those who enjoyed the oceil- . sion were: Misses Louolla Sal yer, Nell Jenkins, Gertrude Sine, Lois Kinder, feminin Willis, Caroline Goodloe, Belli Shugart, Verdi Clay, Lovely Llttroll, Thuhnu Hanks, Maty Lite, Emily Bice and Mary j Martha Davenport Messrs. Otbo Hisel, .Max Lib', Lelcher Bunu, James and Lewis McCor? tnick, Arthur Foster, Carl Knight, John Bay, Leroy Seal, Schcmiuol Daugbeilv, Hascum Taylor, Budolph Voiiell, Balpb Sliowalter ami George Goodloe Enjoyable Party. t >u last Thursday night at t he home of Mr. and .Mrs. Curtis Bobbins, a number of the So? phomores gave a very enjoyable party. Many interesting games! were played after which a num? ber of selections were played on ihe mandolin iiy Mr. Bobbins. After dancing the tile Virginia Beel lunch was enjoyed by all. Sunday Night Program at the Baptist Church. The following program was given ai the First Haptisi church Sunday evening by the Wom? an's Missionary Society: Hymn Onward Christian Soldier* I Congregation Invocation .Mr. K. Prcacott | Hymn bahor tin | Congregation lte?|ioualvr Bible Heading . I.id liy .Mm William Beverly Prayer . .Mr. John T, Goodloe Din t We've a Story to Tell to the N'aiiona Miss Davenporl ami Mrs W I. Joins Paper* Mission! and its KelaliOn in the S.ilvall.ft be World by Mis. II. W. Ill|liam Head by Mrs. K. J. Present Paper, Some Work IJoiie by W. M U nfSoulboru Baptist Convention. Mrs A. ,M. Padgett, Hymn, Seud the I Ight Congregation Violin Solo Piano Aveompauiuieitt Mis. P. I. Morton, Mrs. Ii. I. Milton Hymn God he With Yon "I'll We Mot Again Congregation Benedletkui.Lord's Prayer Thrown Prom Horse. Freiding, Va? Feb. 17.-?Co IllinbUS Kill.-ii, a substantial farmer of near this place, ami recently from Kentucky, was thrown from a horse, sustain? ing some set ions injuries. Sev? eral of bis ribs Were fractured, and a severe COlicusiou in the region of the upper spinal cord was sustained. As the accident occurred nearby, he is passing his confinement at h .me. CHRIS T EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services Sunday morning February 20th. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock by the Rev. Paul Hunt iiigton, Itoiy communion. A cordial welcome ox tended to all. Dunbar News Mrs W. K. Neill speut Friday itx Appulacliia with Mrs. M. L. Stallard. Airs. .Margaret Leake Carter, one of our tendier?, returned to Dunbar Sunday from Greene ville, S. C, where she was call? ed on account of the deuth of her only brother. Hev. Herndon, of Norton, ac? companied by tin; Hilly Sunday clllb, held net-vices in our church Sunday night. Dr. .). (1 lientley left Satur? day night for Manchester, Ky., to join his wife, who was called there a few days ago,on account of the death of her mother. Supl. and Airs. K, A. Camp? ion and iwo daughters, Misses Holen anil Virginia, It, K Ken? nedy and Mrs W. H Neill,spent Saturday tit Hlg S one (.lap and at i ended ihe burial of Mrs. Compton's und Mr Kennedy's little nephew, Robert Bird Death of Mrs. Hiram S. Size more. Mrs. Nettie Alice Siz-'inore, nee ClllWSOU, died at the family residence in the Gap on Satur? day afternoon at 2:46 o'clock, after a painful and protracted illness of several weeks. She wns a native of North Carolina, ami was married to Mr. Hiram S. Stzetnore on duly 20, 101.4, at Cumberland 'lap, Touii, They have resided in the Gap for the past year. A little daughter was bot u in this union two weeks ago, but was spared to bet parents for only a few hours Several days Inter the mother's condition became so serious that nn operation wits resorted to in an effort to save her life. Kv erything possible was done to help the sufferer, but Got! will? ed otherwise Mrs. Si/.einote was a member of the Christian church, und during her illness she bore her Wolferings with true Christian fortitude She gave go.nl oi idenno of her faith in the Savior, and assured her family that she was confident that He was taking her home to be with Dim. Sim is survived by her bus band ami one little daughter, Stella, wdio is six years of age, her lather and one sister. The funeral services were conducted from the Christian church on Monday morning at 10 o'clock by ItoV. .I nines M Smith, because ?.f the illness of the ptiotor, Itev. F. N. Wolfe A large number of sorrowing friends and relatives were present. 'The interment wns made in (llencoo cemetery. Card of Thanks. Hiram S. SC..'innre mid his family, desire to publicly ex? press their appreciation of the sympathy and kindness of the friends who assisted (hem dur? ing the illness and death of his wife,Mrs Nettie AI ice Si/.em ore. Attended Funeral at Norton. A number of Masons from the Gup went up to Norton Monday afternoon to attend the funeral I and burial of their brother Ma-| son, I, K lieis. l, who died at ibis home at Norton Friday uf I tar an illness of several weeks, IMr. Boisel is survived by his I wife who was former;!) Miss M inet s a Johns Died of Tuberculosis. Kreoli'riff, Va.; Feb. l.t.-Cor Helms I) llakor, a fanner of the Big Lick section of Cumber) ami Mountain, died of tuberculosis on Saturday morning. He had been suffering from tin- direc? tion for a year or longer, a id bud been conlinnd to the house during the past mouth He is survived by bis wife und sever al children; THE IMPROVED ASPIRIN TAKLET Lax? Aspirin Aspirin (3 preacrlec.1 by phy? sicians more oft.-n they any other arjiK it; |a safest and quickest rtlUf from congestion, pain and ever. TINMt.n s I.A.XO-ASIMIUN I* the new solentlAc aspirin iahtet. It Ij c*nUr Jaxatlve, cleanslnc Ihe system of poisons which are orten ihe cause of pain Poes net cause h.arit.um or Indices, lion ks Ordinary aspirin Joes. Urraks up a cola -removes the acid uii.l relieves ihe pain of rheumatism, r.eurltus and lum hftKo. Iifincs utmost instant re U'J ln headache ami neural?-ia A?li y.'iir drujrefit for TINoi.F.'.s point box, .., malted po.lpaldf*, -5e. ? Therapeutic Research Uik. oratories, Washington. U. C\ TWO DAYS ===== C O M M E N CIN G ====== Tuesday, Feb. 28th TWICE DAILY--3 and 8 p. m. ^/^^tlTIIE FOURIIORSfM?Nt/tttfAIWAL-i"PSE" I lie quarrel in tlie cafe Mocking eves, the white Hash of a taunting smile and the challenging shrug of a slender shoulder, hall re veiled beneath the mantilla ol black lace- these were enough to statt trouble. What followed is otic of the most exciting, vivid scenes in Metro's Ilex lnmain Production I 4 I ...)> E .' HORSEMEN Of the Apocalype PRICES: Matinee--Children 35c? Adults 50c, plus tax. NiKhts--5?<:, 75c, $1.00, plus tax. Seats now on sale at Kelly's Drug Store ? B Special music under the direction of Win. ?. DO LA N S3 ?SSSSafcSSSiSS? ?K2SSSZS?9 Send it V Ip the ^?t'c^?fic/ru Attention Laundry Customers! icir We will thank our customers to have Laundry packages ready for us Not Later Than Wednesday of each week. This will enable us to do your work promptly and deliver it on Friday or Saturday following. Otherwise it will have to remain over unlil following week. This is neccssarv owing to the lact that we arc operating only lour days each week. Phone us ami we w ill call promptly. The Royal Laundry Phone 113. BIG STONE GAP, VA. Ever Have Your Garments Scorched? ivo'r i sic wie Wc never burn, scorch or gloss anyone's clothes. We press with dry hot steam, sterilize your clothes anil make them look as good1 as new? THAT'S SERVICE; Hats Cleaned, Blocked and Re? rim med CALL US -WE'LL CALL Sanitary Dry Gleaning & Pressing Company Opposite Mineral Motor Co. r-?> <~>. ?1 phone No. 40 Big Stone Gap, Va.