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They are n^f w?* a ^ Buy f/ns Cigarette and Save Money Whftt you |^ct ?t 1 The best style 2 Finest quality 3 Good value 4 Personal service 5 Satisfaction Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes take care of the f i r s t three items; w e take care of t h e rest. Thoso arc fives good reasons why you ought lb come here Priced $30 to $40 Other Suits Si5 to 527.-50 iers 1 I APPALACHIA, VA. B lJay Cash? Pay Less I - I t?m;&m?L*.\? ? ?i? ss ?s?, w ss jw a v.v Mvmwmmtt PIANO RECITAL A delightful musical program was rendered Thursday evening at the Auditorium of the Appala chia High School by the well known music teacher Mrs. Sara \V. Black and her pupils, assist? ed by Mrs. J, F. Bullitt. Soprano, of Big Stone Gap. Mrs. Black is an artist on the piano and judging by the productions ren? dered by hci pupils, a very able teacher, also, Mis. Black opened the enter? tainment with a "Ballade" by Chopin. The rest of the "0 items on the program were play? ed by 23 pupils, ranging fro,,, little girls up to grown women. We vn ill name them as they ap? peared on the program: Edith Willoughby, Louise Crizcr Dorothy Goodloe, Carlos JefTcrs. Ruth llolley. Margaret Ramsey Ummer Hasty (the only bov m the group).Bess GilmCr, Adelaide Wm-ton, Prances Ihmglierty Miss prances Savers, leanette (iilmer. Mrs. Ibshua I'. Bullitt |r.i Miss Caroline <'..Iloe. Miss Frances Ramsey. Mrs. W'illiard Large, Miss Golden Blaiikenshi|., \li- Harold Rader, Miss Kaiber illC Alexander.Miss Juliet Knight, Misi Jemima Wilts, Gilhcrtn Knight, ami Miss Ruth Smith. Spine of these appeared in scv eial numbers and some were re? called The selections. 30 in number, were well chosen, ami the rendi? tions- -well, we can use tin- word excellent'1 without straining our conscience in the least Some of them wen- really marvelous There w as little I >orothy < iol d loe. for iristii.ee, who proved that she is a- good a singer a- she is a player1 and an impersonator. Bonner Hasty took the home ? low ii w ith "Pixies' Thill" and K'uth ilolley handles the piano a- well a- the violin, KilcnbergY "Air de Ballet" foi eight hands was nnisteffulh pjave<l hv M.es dames W'illiard Large, Golden Blankenship, Harold Kader and I Sara Black. Several other pieciis attracted attention, so Mos/kow Icki's ?Spanish Daiices." Mi Jemima Willis ami Mis itlack. Schumann's "i'fieuiueici," Mis.-. Caroline Goodloe, and other? Should we be asked which w. ! liked the best, it would be hard lo tell, yel > ousideriiig that w i .ue but human and a- such Itgkve preferences^ we would sa\ \o 16. Grieg's ' Birdlmg.' u-ndeied In Miss Jeanette t lilmei Witt Well, it appealed !?? u- that Miss Giluier was doing more than -bowing" bei technical skill in handling the insiruineili hj ji'jit ling a Ion, h ..| -..ul into ihe pro? duction. Mi- Bliliitt's abilities ate I0o .well known as to need ah) till inci comment. Full praise must be given. llv>. to Mr-. Black, Not foi her p-.'r funhance ;i- a musician, for Mat is a gut. and ma) bo r.diniiyd; but tor her willingiie-s to advise other- iu the development of their gni. Incidentally, b) instilling into the youngei generation I ive tot good tuiisic. Mrs. Black dock he; share towartl eliminating the "jass-craze" which, unfortunate? ly, tool, -nib a strong hul l oi oin youngei element and iulcuded to drag it -lowly into sensualism. SlIi ll recitals need encouragement ami all the support that possibly could be giyeii to the promoters, i uinber lam! Pr< igressix e ALICE CAl.HOU N REGARDED AS PERFECT i' Y P E ? Selected as Heroine for Famous James M. Barrie Classic. "The Little Minister." local care was taken iu select nig the cast foi " The I Little Mm ister," which w ill be shown at the Amuztt Theatre on Thursday. N'iiagraph selected Alice Cal hotiu becau-e b) nature oi her physical beaill) a ll d menial makeup she is the ideal Lady Babbie, She possesses just the giaccot witchery which has made the character oi Babbie beloved by the millions who have read James M. Bailie's famous novel. l ot the pait oi Gavin Dishart, lames Morrison; known to every picture fail, was selected. It would he difficult lo procure a young man better suited to the earnest, passionate cleric iu love with the gypsy1. Physically he is the perle, t type, His1 work ill Vitagraph's "Black Beauty" char? acterizes him as an actoi oi mote than usual merit, ami iu the role of Gavin, opposite Alice Cathoun, be is sure to win added laurels, The part of Lord Rantoul is in the hands of Henry Hebert, well known t<> picture patrons for his work as a screen villian. 'The We admit it. We like our town. I heir arc a lot ol things about it we rt.: pr?ud of. There are a lot of peo? ple in it we're glad to know. We enjoy their calls, their hand-shakes, their friendly greetings. Life wouldn't be worth much if it weren't for this sort of thing. After all. friendship is one of the best things we can ever possess in this world and nothing can take its place. It s a fine thing to know vour neighbors, to feel vou are working out life's problem as a community instead of solely as a group of individuals. We have common ponds because of common interests. W e arc belter for knowing and helping each other. Running a store isn't ail pleasure any more than doctoring the sick or fixing tin- plumbing. It'.s a lot of hard work and no small part of the rew ard comes in feel? ing that back of it is the idea and the ideal of service. We couldn't go on wath it if we felt it was purely selfish. Of course we want to succeed. We want to get the most we are entitled to out of it, but that isn't all-?we must ha\c the other?the GOOD-WILL. HAMBLEN BROTHERS BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA L?i jatsi m ibJbI pat t of Mi. all 1 >o\v, a child ?'i the ' village drunkard, is in the hands ..I Ki. liar.i Daniels.a freckled face yoUtigsiei "i seven years, whose!] ahiliti in portray human enio tiolts lipotl the reel) i- bringing! him rapidly int.. the forefront as I a child ai i. 'i The part in ' Ihe Little Minis? ter' i- thi- greatest that Daniels I lias had during his brief sereen Career^ IL- father i- plaved I? William M. I all. one ..i the liest known scrt'en character men ..n thi West ' ..a>i. His work as the Irishman in \ itagraph Spej end hrodmition, "KlOwer of the North." wa- one .>i the initstand-1 iiig features .>i the production. ; Alberta Lee as the mother oil the little minister makes an ideid ' scteeii lilrtti'on, who ha- appear? ed opposite si.me .>i the must ihoiis stars oi the screen,?-atlv'< There i-. however, one way to; check the divorce evil in thisi country. I'irc all oi the judge-. I Tin-, ii'fe contains a lot oi tips' ami dow n-, hut most of our profit i is found while drilling around in the middle. I . OKIM'.R OF PUBLICATION Vllua.Nl.V In tli.- Clerk's OffiVe of tin- Circ?it Court of Wise county! the 2lith day of April, 1922. Claude II. Payne, Plaintiff. Vs. I Gladys Payne, Defendant. IN CHANCEBY The object of this suit i- to ..Main a divorce "A Vihculd M:C.i Ililoilii" upon the grounds ?f adultery ami to secure tu cbmplninant I ha cave ami custody Co an infant child ol the p?r ties. Ami it appears from affidavit on file in said office thai the defen? dant, Gladyi Payne, is hoi .. resident: of the State of Virginia it is ordered that she appear here within ten days alter due publication of this order au.I do what is necessary to protect! hci interest in this suit. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof lie piilbished once a week j for four successive ?eck- in the Bie j Stone Gap Post and that a cop> he posted at the front door of the Court tlpllSC vil this COUnty, and that u copy he mailed to the Defendant, tiled)'* Payne, at Johnson City, Tennessee, her lasi known postoffice address. A copy?Teste: B. B. KOBKRTS, Clerk. Jno. Wi Chalkley p. q. may3-18-21 THURSDAY Alice Calhoun in The Little Minister All iiie atm?sphere and charm <il James M. Barrie lias iicch maintained in\'ita^rajili's ?llu Little Minister.' Thii idfiflS characters were selected be? cause bt physical fitness on the part oi the players to in? terpret the roles of the story. Ali'ce Calhoun and Jimmy Morrison were employed in the principal roles because they were ihe living personali ties of Lady Babbit: ?iuM iayin Dishart. ,c"'"n> XX srsr.c srsr ar,x sr sr.-: jcai;s- srx ? stsn.vr. XSZXX s'.tnzfzsrsrxx'f^ ? M?. 15. AIoOKOlCIK I ARCHITECT 1 v. t: b. S '*? mV*"3" Iii?: SloiiL> Gap, V*?. SOUTH-WEST INSURANCE AGENCY Incorporated FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT and CASUALTY INSURANCE Fidelity and Other Bonds Real Estate and Commission Brokers BIG STONE GAP, VA.