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GIFTS You can give most pleasure by choos? ing candy wisely Inspect the packages' <>t KELLY.DRUG COMPANY Zf //o Sftcxa// Store BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA LOCAL FILMS |Mrs. J. I". Wolfe, Mrs. 1). Hi Pier Jfi . Hilly Fulton, Frances, ... Margaret Wolfe ami Miss i nail Peter Wolfe, Jr., motored j I!.;, .ill.. Sunday afternoon. . mill Mis. Harold Ramsey ami1 s.ei returned to the Gap Tues nitjlit after a ten days visit to n.s altd friemls in Penttsyl .lulict Knight is visiting Miss ?th Stenn- in Norton this yotmge'r. set enjoyed a delight-, . .? ..ii last Friday evening al ... of Mi. ami Mrs. Idle. I'.aptist Missionary Society I.I tli. ir regular monthly meet th.- church Thursday after-1 Ho (wick and daughter, Miss , were the guests of Dr. and j . Ilonevcutt for dinner till rest, Vn. Gap with I iliiam Beverly, of Lynch, speht id days in the <!a|> last week. HICK.- I do all kinds of Shoe hing at a reasonable price, opposite Mineral Mot?r Coin All work guarantor! fust class ohey hack.?J. V. ilentherly. d Mi SS Helen, : citll relativ impton ami ?nt Sunday (inil Mrs. Addison Morris ami ml Mrs. Karl Morris spent a few 01 .Norton Friday afternoon. and Mrs. IM Wade, of Norton, a few days in the Cap last With relatives. Morely, of West Norton, spent >>l. end in the Gap visiting Mrs. Anderson. V Hall, who has a position with :- * W. It. It. ut Norton, spent I) in the tiap with his wife ami .-on. tie No. l of the Roman's Aux-I of the Presbyterian church will | its regular weekly meeting al f- home of Mrs. .1. (). Smith Th?rs afternoon at 3 o'clock. ?Mrs. "Doc" Shownlter, of the Gap, w taken to the Goo. Ben Johnston | Mnorial Hospital at Ahingduu, ln<lay morning, where she will "?a some time receiving treat-j c"t. Mr. .Shownlter and Dr. Paint-1 Accompanied her. Hi and Mrs. Wade Tale, of Roda.I ftended the funeral of Mrs. C. K. I in the Cap Wednesday. j'- II. Barroh has returned from] Pistol, where he spent several days ping his eyes treated. ?Mrs. IL K. Graves, of Bristol, nt j; 'led i|,L. funeral and burial of Mr. ? Cochran, Sr., in the Cap Wed-1 May. II. IS. Graham, (5. V. Cirnham ami .1. M. Plannry, of near Joncsvillc, ?vor? visitors to the Gap one day lust v.k anil nave this dflico a pleasant .all. I.OST. Hunch of Leys with lag marked "Tncy llorsmnu." Kinder please leave at this otltcc.- a.lv. Mi. . Mary Itamsey entertained the Friday Bridge, Club ami two tallies extra of liridge Friday morning. Following the gam.-, the guests were taken to the "Tea U.iiini" where they were served h delicious luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Akcrs, of Kunxvillo, who have been spi n.ling several days lit the Monte Vista Hotel, guestii of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn W. Flehniken, returned Friday to their home. They made the return trip in their auto mobile, x Circle No. 'J of the Woman's Aux? iliary of the Presbyterian church will hold its regular weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. .1. F. Maishall Thins.lay afternoon al It o'eloek. U. S. Graham, of Norton, was in the Cap Saturday on business. Miss Mabel Dixon, of Norton, wa? in the (lap Saturday morning and sp.-nt a few hours with relatives. A. M. Kinnard, of Middlcsboro, was a business visitor ill the Gap hist week. I,. II. Wil.ox, general manager of the Hosiery Mil, who has been spend? ing the pasl mouth at the general olli.es in New York ami Philadelphia, returned Sunday night to his home mi the Cap. Mrs. Wileo.x and two children went over to Bristol Sunday niurning ami accompanied him home. 'the Wise County Sunday School Institute will be in session at the M. K. Church, South, on the 8th and Oth of November. A splendid pro? gram is promise.I for each day. Keserve your tables early for the chicken pic dinner to be given under the auspices of the Woman's Mission? ary Society Friday evening of Ibis .lohn Allen Coodloe, who has been ill in the Johns Hopkins Hospital for several weeks returned to the Cap last Friday much improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. ('. Long ami daughter, Miss Grace and Mrs. Maude Manning motored to Abing doh and spent Sunday. Mrs. W. 11. 'Pumpkins, of Church Hill, Tenii., spent last Wednesday in the Cap the guest of Mr. and Mis. C. N. Knight. Mrs. It. I.. Brown, of Middleshoro, sp.-nt last.week in the Cap with her mother, Mrs. I.aura Bickley. Mrs. Laura Bickley, who has been quite ill for several weeks, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Whcatcraft and little daughter, Barhnry Ann, of Greenwood, Ind., spent last week in the Cap with Mrs. Wheaternft's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mullins and attended the funeral of her sis? ter, Mrs. Cordon Cilly, on Wednes? day afternoon. The yearly fancy work and pastry sale of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will be held on December 2. Notice of the hour and place wiil be given later. Miss Vfrgio Garrison entertained quite a number of her friends at her home October 21st' being her 14th birthduy. There were many games played from 8 until 10 o'clock. Af? ter the games ice cream and cake was served. She received many nice presents. FOR SALB.?Dining room furni? ture in good condition at right price. See S. K. Banks.?adv. Bernice, the 11-year old daughter of Deputy Sheriff John Quails, who has been ill for three weeks with fc vt-r, is reported to be improving rap? idly. Mrs. Paul Chesnutt returned to the Gap Stlhday morning from Nash? ville. Tonn., where she spent a week visiting her husband who has been working then' for the past two months. The Woman'.- Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, South, wiil hold their annual needle work sale at tin lea room Friday, November !lrd, be? ginning at lo 'oclock. Everybody cordially invited to attend. BOXWOOD SPLAYS WANTED. ?For particulars write W. Ihir hell, Snow Hill, Md.?adv. 13-44. Don't forget the sale of fancy needle work given by the ladies of the M. E.' Church, South, Friday morning beginning at 10 o'clock at i the tea room. Mr. ami Mrs. A. B. Sexton and Miss Miriam Taylor spent Sunday visiting Mr. Sexton's hdlhefolks near Cocburn. Mr. Sexton brought back with him one of the largest Wolfe Uiver apples we have ever seen. it measured sixteen and five-cigth Inches in circumference. Mrs. C. A. Sine returned Monday morning from Louisville where she spent tell days taking treatment ill a hospital. We were glad to know that she is much Improved. Mr. ami Mrs. W. .1. Christ Ian Ii .t last night tor Sew Mexico while they will spend a month visiting rel? atives. From there they will go to Phoenix, Arizona, to spend the win? ter. TEA ROOM MOVED Woman's Exchange has been mov? ed to Goodloe Brothers' storc.wherc purchases can be made ami goods can be sent in by members at any? time. t)u Saturday of each week cakes, pies, etc., will be on sale. Orders cm be loft for salads, brown bread, beaten biscuit, cakes or pies. the Blue Tea Pol has been closed for the vi inter. Irvine is Speaking for Peery in Lee County U. Tale Irvine is in Lee county this week speaking in the interest of George I'cory, Democratic nominee for Congress'. Mr. Irvine spoke at Dryden Monday afternoon, and Tur? key Cove Monday evening. Tues? day afternoon he spoke at Styckley villo and at Hurst's store last night. Large crowds welcomed Mr. Irvine at each place. CHICKEN PIE DINNER The Ladle-, of the M. E. Church, .South, will have in connection with their fancy needle work sale on.Fri? day of this week n chicken pie din Incr; beginning nt ii o'clock p. m. Come, biing your friends and enjoy the following menu: Chicken pie with white gravy, creamed potatoes, peas, cabbage slaw, cranberry sane.-, pickles, cof? fee, tea, pies. FUNERAL OF MRS. G. E. GILLY The funeral services of Mrs. C. E, Gilly, who died on Monday of last week, wen- conducted at tin- Meth? odist church at 2:30 o'clock Wednes? day afternoon by Rev. R. C. Rey? nolds, assisted by Rev. .1. M. Smith. The services were very impressive and were attended by a large number of people from here ami other parts of Wise county. Mrs. Joe Martin, of Denver, Col., who had been notified by wire of her mother's serious illness, was not aware of her death until arriving here Wednesday morning. Mrs. Wheatcraft, a sister of the deceased, arrived here Tuesday from Greeiie vltte, Indiana. Other out of town people attending the funeral were Mrs. I-'. G. Payne, of Rpanoke, Mrs. Jim Cowden, of Nickclsville, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. E. Lipps, Wade and F.lbert Lipps, of Wise, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Young and family, of Stonega, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Comp ton, of Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Horsman, of Nor? ton. There were akso a large num? ber of people from Fast Stone Cap present. Following services at the church the remains were laid to rest in Glen coe cemetery. The lloral tributes were beautiful and numerous. APPLES OF RECORD SIZE W. H. Morris Exhibits Lar? gest Apples Ever Seen in Wise County W. II. Morris, who has n farm ami largo apple orchard on Powell's .Mountain near the Wise and Scott county line. Informed us a few days ago that he raised and had on exhi? bition three of the largest apples ever seen in Wise county, so far as any record can he traced. They weighed 27, 2d nuil 26 ounces re? spectively and had a most delicious flavor. Hi- has only one tree that produces this rare specimen and so for he has been unable to find a name for it. Of course many people on seeing the apples suggested names but Mr. Morris says he did not trans? plant the tree and therefore knows nothing about its origin. Mr. Munis placed theni oil exhi? bition at the Wise COUIlty fair and on his return home sold them to par? lies in Norton and Appnlachia at 60c each. lie has about four hundred trees in his orchard that produced an unusually large crop this year of the finest apples you ever tasted. j DORCHESTER NEWS Fire Early Sunday Morning Dorchester was visited by lire Ugilin early Sunday morning about two o'clock, this being the third largo lire ill the past six mouths. Early Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ashley, viko live in one of the two family hm.sei on River Row, were awakened just as their house was falling in. They barely had tune to escape carrying with them only a feW clothes that happened to lie down stairs. The house was burned I., the ground. Ml. ami Mrs. Ohas, liagley, who live in the other side of the house, were visiting at East Si,me (lap over the week-end and lust all their household furniture and Clothes. Mr. and Mrs. liagley were only married a few months ago and had furnished their house throughout with new furniture. The lire was caused by defective wiring. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley carried a small amount of insurance on their furni tu re. Brownie Polly, assistant superin? tendent of Itoda, spent Sunday af? ternoon in Dorchester. I .on Gibson; of liiiiibarj spent the week-end here with friends. Mrs. T. S. Ussery ami Mrs. II. F. Stillman spent a few hours in l?g Stulle Cap Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. .less Elkilin ami chil? dren, of Hast Stone Cap, spent a few hours Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rachel Mullins, of llig Stone Cap, has recently taken charge of the Dorchester Club Mouse, Mr. and Mis. T. T. Tilly having resigned the charge several weeks ago. NORTON NEWS Miss Bitha Carito, of St. Paul.Va., spent the week-end with friends in Norton. Rev. A. O. Smith, of the Christian church of this place, preached his farewell sermon to his congregation on last Sunday. He has not decided when- he will locate. lie leaves many friends in Norton who wish him success in his new work wher? ever it may he. * Miss Margaret Huston, of Tnze well, Vu., has been visiting her aunt, Mis. G. D. kilgore. The Juniors of the Norton High School guv,, a Hallowe'en party on Friday night of last week which was. very much enjoyed by about thirty live or forty young people of the j town. Mrs. Mary Roebuck, who formerly lived at this place, hut who now lives at SlOltega, is visiting Mrs. I,. E.Hei? se!, of this place. Mrs. Koebuck has a great many friends in Norton, who are always glad to see her. 0. K. Allen is hack at his post af? ter having attended the National Le? gion Convention at New Orleans. Lewis Arthur, of this place, re? ceived a telegram on last Saturday telling of the death of his father. He left on the N, & W. train for! Lynchburg, Va., the home of his father. No particulars concerning Iiis death are yet known. Roger Mack, with the South Bend Range Company, .spent last week in Norton, demonstrating for the Wise Hardware Company. PURI-TONE for Stomach Troubles. Diseases of the Kidneys and Liver. Relieves NERVOUSNESS and makes you sleep well. In Hollar Bottles. The Mutual Pharmacy tf Big Stone Gap, Va. Car Repairs Are Necessary High Prices Are NOT When you want competent work at reasonable prices we will be glad to do it for you. Now is a good time to have your car overhauled for winter use. BAKER'S GARAGE BIG STONE GAP, VA. HOW IS YOUR SOLE ? Perhaps yon need a new one?on (.ach loot. A dilapidated sole is a nuisance. A hew oik- is a joy. Shoes economically repaired while yon wait. We Pay Parcel F?s, (li?ai^es QntTWay A. G. Garter's Shoe Shop i;t.-, Opposite Kelly Drug Company The bist steel is used in making Our Tools. YOU WILL NOT LOSE VOUK "TEMPER" WHKN YOU CHOP WITH OUK AXES AND HATCHETSi THEY WILL STAY SHARP AND WON'T "NICK." ALL OF OUR TOOLS ARE SKILFULLY TEMPERED] THIS IS THE SECRET OF THEIR SUCCESS. OUR METHODS "NAIL" BUSINESS WHEN YOU COME TO OUR STORE WE'VE GOT THE GOODS: WE SELL THEM AT AN HONEST PRlCEi ANO OUR TOOLS AND ALL OF OUK HARDWARE'S IHK BF.ST AND STAND THE TEST. Hamblen Hardware Co. BIG STONE GAP, VA. 3L?. BELLOMBY Architect and Superintendent of Construction AMsi?i i,vrui> with Soai'boiouivli Diitsnn lvurjhieerM Pht?"e NORTON, VA.