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PEC1AL SPRING NOTICE.
;,,,,,i,,i y.uir property to pteaene nod im-tro
nd realizing this, we have booghl tl
Mixed ;iini Domentic Painte ever brought
. ,i n.nly iny color you want nnd have * nico
lf little * "-i- I'ainted with the
l.c^t Piilut on JOartlv,
Every Gallon Guaranteed.
this, we have coming in a NEW LINE t)
(iNl \t\ : t -/cry description and al price, to suil everybody
,., -,?,,. ii. will have ..ur lee Cold Soda in full Lia's
U thal thirsty filing.
; ui- mc tli?' people for any I li ing jM thc BA8E HALI
L i ll you right. You nre specially invited to look ii
MMiu Kv Jual thc filing for that tired reeling.
,n iv-rul.ir J)rug Stork is always romplete witl
? Drugs thc Market alfords. Inscriptionscare
,| ,y ?r night. Mail orders receive promo
^ chis truly,
J. W. KELLY, Druggist.
H. V. I-. KM IIMO.NO. IT .prlel..*.
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
First Class Accommodations.
laiu Stone 0*11), Virgilio.
f EBUT OLD RELIABLE.WELL ESTABLISHED COMPANIES
Fire, Life, Bond and Accident.
lObatlnablo. - Correspondence Solicited.
, ,.*, and fair dealings have won and victory is ours.
Kw prepared to fill all orders for
Furniture, Sash and Doors, Coffins, Cakets, 4c;
, n0iice and at prices that will astonish you.
..mifacture everything to bo found in a fi
--Tatablishment, In all tho latest styles and
Trimmings, Bandsawing, Grill Work, h.
.?nActfullv solicit the patronage of merchants and
nrmiehoiit the Southwest and their orders will at all
?;e,ve our best attention.
O. i-V. Moore,
BIG STONE GAP. VA.
pin Slink1 Cap Post.
jH'.W. .11 XE 1 I. 1900.
i | iiiiitaiii is in
.? ? a
tut* **wi fioni
K (-ville, was
? ii ?; M .lida**.
! I'm lay from
wenl ovei t'?
lM"ii>lav i ri
\| ; al ulna, wai
ll I, wan in
M Unkei wan ni tua n Sat*
? I luchel.l, was in j
Haikins, ol Kit hraonri, was
| nu*' il iu ii Satin -
cm- in ?.n tlit*
Ui .- Si ra.
lsd itv ,,;| Suda.
. Ile, wa- in
di ti ni mer, Spears
town last week.
? Monda*; morn*
m, ur,, ia
I 1 l.*ti- came
? OataCiiv Thursday.
r :N w.. .*!-, Va.,
I Mid.|lesboro, Kv.,
K,J',1:i'' - ntl. Car..
' ' ;' ?? !hin**lUy.
j p* Bmllitt w? iiKht
Basllilt wvnai .-.., ,, Bristol
ITV-*1"'*1"" l"w""" l** J
?fcluS ra"" ''""? from
^''I'OiM'U -,? I
'"the I av" , ??",
' ,v -V buadaf night.
.1 "li ii K. Ka fl', of Roanoke, Va., wns
'registered nt the latermont Friday.
F. M. McBoyde, of North Cnroli
na, was registered at the lutormont
A number of thc citizens of the
Crab Orchard wera in town Satur
YV. B. Fuller, of Duffield, was reg
i*tc!c<l at tho Dull House Friday.
Alex Anderson went down to
Jonesville Wednesday night on bus?
Messrs. C. P. Sproles and Tumpy
Hall, <>f Appalachia, were in town
Messrs. D. 1). Fields and dailies
Johnson, citisens ol Whitesburg,
were in tOWB last week.
I*. II. Sewell, of Jonesville, was ju
town las! Saturday ob professional
S. S. Brooks, the popnlat sewing
machine sgent, was in town last
Messrs. Crockett Ham bleu and
?I'.e Wilson paid a visit *r<> Kee coun?
ty last week.
A. K. DeBusk, s prominent
citizen of Dryden, was iu the Gnp
Sat ii ida v.
VV. R. Duncan, of Georgel, was;
registered al the Duff House one dav <
We feel very i
A CARD OF
g many friends f(
I patronage duri
1 openings in mil
\ goods. We are
leach day the la
1 midseason gooi
I est and latest st
land colors; als
1 dress goods, *.
Jj make to you at
las in any city.
1 J. M. *
I May 30, 1900. By
J. J. Rally was in iown last wt
^ looking ulta hiabusinaas iataraita
ie ,, u,v A M Wils.,,, ?p?t dows
. iiev-y Tuesday.
ly , ^ ? T. tJoodlo* went dow,,
j rorghil Tues,Uv.
i Ra*. Ii. CK Matheson filled bis re.
.ular appointment in IheGapSnnds
j,* II<"k'e, the photographer will vi**
. Ins -tap in a few weeks,
t < 'ni. Slemp has a hrnnd |l0?- buggj
'??vi,| N. William from Londoi
h Ky., wj.s i? |OWR Suii.i*iV.
K- F ll-uiti.m. ni Adairavill, tia
Was il. thfl 1,;,|, U-,| ,,,,.|.
Jno. 1) Brondwnter came ave
ri.iin Gate Pity Sunday.
I>. I'. Illack, of Itichmond, Ky
was iu town last week.
li. C. Wella came down from
' ' Norton Sim.lay night.
K- M. Bryant, *.( forbin, Ky., wttt
registered at il,.. Duff House Sunday.
Wi... Ki,!.|N ,,| Briatoi, iras in
town last week.
*'? Barrett nnd sun, Willie Bairett
cam* uvei fi om Bristol Sumlay.
I'. J. Millett, ?f Knoxville, Tenn.,
?\,c. iii lowu Tut sday
I ""."""?"?' ' " ".
Henry L. Crockett prune dowa
from Georgel Sunday.
J. T. Kendrick, of Bristol, was in
town thia week.
J. Warwick came over from Bris?
George ll. Easer, of Dm chester,
was seen in town Tuesday.
I). M. Pigman, of Mt. Pleasant,
Pa., spent a few days in the 'Jap last
week on husiuess
Capt. Henry Taylor has improved
his residence very much by a new
(?..at of paint.
Mis. Chulkley has returned to thc
Hap again alter an absence of several
Kev. W. C. Carden went to Leb?
anon Thurs.lay morning to hold
Miss Anne Duff, who has been in
school at Hogersville the past year,
returned home Saturday,
Chas, doiies, of Hilton, is visiting
the family ol Ins uncle, K, ll. Perry,
at this place.
Mr. and Mis. Jno. A. Taylor and
little daughter, Annie, lett Friday
for West Va.
Don't forget to visit Mrs. Barron's
ice cream parlor Saturday afternoon,
in Bick ley's old store mom.
There will be a hot lime in the
old town this summer. Drink Soda
at the Drug Store.
J. C. Layman, of Winston, N. C.,
was registered at the Intermont
Messrs. K. I). McFadden, F. F.
Scott and Mr. Clifford, of Stonega,
weie iu town last Sunday.
Kev. W. C. Carden went over to
Bristol Tuesday to the commence?
K. J, Prescott and family will leave
the lat of this week for Mt. Pleasant,
Fa., to visit relatives.
Keep your eye on the Local Col
urn this summer for the latest news
about the hest sott Drinks in town
at the Drug Store.
Mrs. Nie kell, who has been visit?
ing her parents, Hev. and Mis. A. M.
Wilson, will leave shortly for Balti?
A. B. Cochran, of Pottsville, Fa.,
was iu town Friday. Mr. Cochran
is connected with the coal develop
orients in Crab Orchard.
For a good nights sleep a cold
Lemon Phosphate is the proper rem
?lv? you can get it at the Drug
' THANKS. 1
grateful to our!
)r their liberal!
ng our spring!
linery and dry|
test styles in
ds. The new
^o in summer'
,vhich we will
as low price
WILLIS & CO
Mrs. J. M. WILLIS.p
sk Prof, R. If. Shfppe went over
? j Bristol Tuesday to attend the con
to meneeineni exercises of Snilins e.,
, I ege.
1 H^en m angers sis V-re-k'sst i
j the Dnfl Hons* Frrela* m<*mia|
Ths D.ifl House ii ih.lng a tbrivin
I* j business under the present niamg
L. V. Kally, the go-d-looking *-,,
of J. J. Kally, ol Wise, earn* il.mi
Friday night. He willaasist Mr. \v
-s. Beverley ia thc telegraph *.i7i*.-.
Th-- Misses McManaway, nf ,\r
kansas, nieces .,f the former pat-tor *.|
the Baptist ehnrch af this place. -*rf
visiting Mrs. A M. Roger*.
Some ?-real big grown men that
??ughl to know letter hy institut, be?
have like children on a tiain t> the
disgust of all the other passetig-r-..
Miss Minnie (jan Fob weat to
Jonesville Friday to see the outcome
nf tha ball game between Big jRtoae
'tap and Jonesville.
Messrs. .1. Il Mathews ami (' I;
Holden, nf the Big Stone (ia- |ron
Company's office loree, spent a few
'lav- th.- p?al we*k Salting na** Mid?
Geo. VV. Child*. ,,f Kidgewaj Pa.,
''vM'iiv1.--,?,. ?"? tj,.-,,,l,'- ? ,.?.?, (-N.t.,,_
Mi*s Margueritte, left Saturday
nioining for Afton, Vu., where they
\( ill visit relatives.
ll. T. Irvine left Sunday morning
for Char lotta ville, Va., to attend a
meeting of the board of visitors of
the University of Virginia ot which
he is an honored member.
A full line of Ices, Ice *-'rcani So?
da, Lemonade, Limeade and t'laret
Phosphate, ike, will be added to the
oilier nice Soda drinks, soon, at tho
c. I'. Brown passed I brough town
he! Sunday night eu roiito to his
home at Jonesville from Scott county,
where he is engaged in the cedar
When you say your blood i* im?
pure and appetite poor yon nra admit?
ting your need of Hood's Sarsaparil?
la. Ilegin taking it once
Kidd tv Beamaa have just finished
eleven houses at Forge Hill for tho
Virginia Coal and Iron t'oinpany.
They will go to Hoi chester next week
where they will build n, storehouse
for Head and Sloan.
Mis. Maggie Fitzpatrick, of Dry?
den, and brother, .John DeKiuk, of
Indianapolis, spent several days last
week visiting their sister, Mrs. .1 ll.
F. Witt, of this place.
A. 1). Litton, one of Lee comity's
most prosperous farmers, was in town
Tuesday to meet his sister, Mrs.
Minerva Bnsong, of Greenville,
Tenn., who has been visiting her
niece, Mrs. Dr. Kelly, iu the (isp.
Kev. A. M. Wilson preached an
excellent sermon at the Baptist
church Sunday from 1st Peter, 'Jud
Chap., 17th vei re: "Into you
therefore which believe he in prac*
Miss Rosa Skeen returned home
Wednesday night from Major Mc*
du kies, of Ta/.ewell, where she had
been .attending the wedding festivi?
ties of Meit McCorkle and Miss Ken?
nedy, of Florida. She remained in
Nm ton a few days on her return
home visiting Mrs. M. L. Stallard.
There are several amall hoys in
this town who consider the rails of
the dummy track useful only as a
convenient place to lay pins and
nails and sundry small articles, to
test the flattening power of the
wheels which pata over the track
Col. il. B. Adams has opened np a
very attractive fruit, confectionery,
candy and "segar" etorc on Fast Fifty
Street. Ih. also sells iced drinks in
connection with his stock. The
Colonel deserves the patronage of
the people of Big Stone Cap in his
efforts to support himself in his old
lt has been eil ciliated in town that
burglars entered the residences of Mr.
(Joodson and others last week, but
we have learned from Mr. Coodaon
himself that the report is false, lt
seems that a dog which had been
locked out ami wanted in again dur?
ing the night. Hence the burglar
Kev. M. K. Broaddus will he in the
Cap on tim 19th of this month to
deliver his lamons lecture on "A
Trip to Kurope" for the benefit of
the Gate City Baptist church now
being erected. The lecture will be
illustrated with brilliant gas light
pictures twelve feet square thrown
m a canvas, and they will doubtless
be very interesting. An admission lee
d 25 cents will be charged lor adults
ind l-r> cents for children.
Frank Cai den came home Sunday
night from Trinity College, where he
lias been iu school the pa*t ten
months. He passed all his exaniin
itions and goes to the senior class
next year. He carried off the honors
.f his college iu thc shape of two gold
medals, one for oratory and one for
best debator. We congratulate him!
H. I. Sulivan was called to Chat?
tanooga last Sunday evening on ac?
count of the death of his father. Kev.
John 0, Sulivan, of the Fiesl.yteiian
Bbnrch, which sad event took place
nt his home in that city at about live
i/clock Sunday morning. Mr. Hul
livan's lather had been sick for some
time and his death was net entirely |
f for Summer Cooking
The handiest, cleanest, safest, coolest and most
economical sumnivr cook stove ever sold.
Thc WJClileSS Blue Flame
Kum* ordinary kerosene.
Combines the efficiency of thc coal
range and the convenience and
comfort of tbe gas range at a frac?
tion of thc expense of either. An
absolutely safe and clean stove; will
not smoke, smell er get greasy; can't
explode. Can l?e moved anywhere.
Sold where***? stoves ara
???'?I If \ Mil dealer ./?'/'(
>ut have ilutii, write to
. .. . nvaaifiaon t**aa .-?*-??--??...-*? ?
Oacof Hu- m.mt Interesting and in*
struclira Irrliurs |.v,.r gives hf .1 colored
man in Big stoaa Gap -.ill be delivered by
Prof. .1 C. Long Fridai Right Jane 15.
M?> will lecture, on Colts hj illustrations,
Isagianing wiih Ibc Island of Cyb* sud
end st Htr inrrender "t Torsi rn Sbaftet
Then aili ht .v* B*gnilei*nl .non pro*
i*cted from s magic lantern "n an im
?eas* screen of inn iquare feel nf mr*
lac* tinko.'; tl. I. riews so large tbat eran
beti] caa ms il tenn suv pttt **i tin- ball,
Prof. Long wu-i * cit laen ol tin* town in
l*".Si-!'l and waa highly respected nj all
who knew liitu, m..I lince then be lin*
(sticht school in rarioHs localities ami n
is saul l.e ia tl.a mn*l ittccessful colored
teacher ia tbe county. Ile baa also dom
m*r* for bia rac* in tbs w?v of building
school li>?iis.-a stul churches than an* c.
orel niau in Southwest Virginia, ll*- is
SOW giving 20 per cent, of hi* income to
tba Pennington Hap colored sci.I. Let
as give him a crowd, ss sre feel tl..ti be
richly deserves uni patronage. Admission
Ailnlu SS cents, snd from 5 t.? 1*2, 15 cents,
Reserved sests ?'<?> eenti A.mont* (host*
who lisv*- si read - puichased tickets are
Mr. ami Mr*. I> U Went/, and others
Th-heti on sale al .1 A. Munsey's it on
* ?** ?
Hil* klro a .Anio'H *4lir.
Th* h*St Salt.- In Ihs world lui Cutt,
Braises, Moms, Ulcers, Hall Rheum, Fevei
Ber**,Tetter, Chapped MkihI-i, (Jhil.lain*
Corns sinl all Skin Krnpl.I, -ml posi?
tively cores fi len, ur no pa*/ required, li
ts gusraiilanl tn give perfect satisfaction
or mousy Mfunded. Pries '-'.'? centi per
lim. For inls by .1, VV. Kelly.
? ??? ?
Nineteen drummers spent Tuesday
ntglit iu the Cap.
C. A. Snow &Co.
C. A Snow ,l Co., palen! lawyers, oppo?
site Hi*) United States Patent Office,
Washington, D. C., oho lui.-- actual clients
in every eily and Iowa <>t tbe I'nited
States and Canada, report thal nerei l.e
foie in their 2a yean practice bas I ?
work ot tho Office lieen io vail up ta * 1 ? 11? ?
They claim thal patcata can nos I**- pro*
coMd in less than half the limo formerly
rea a ired, nor-jsu.'JI
? *?> ?
Carrier Pigeon Caught.
Tuesday Mr. Dent, superintendent
of the Virginia I'uii, Coal .ind Coke
Company's operations at lum,lal*',
captured a cartier pigeon in hi*
hlacksmitli shop. The pigeou is a
big blue gray fellow, So. 8IMJ3.
Mr. Dent has him on exhibition al
the InteiiiH.iit Hotel.
Mrs. Pennington, ol Dryden, ar
tived nt town Tuesday morning on s
visit to her daughter, Mrs. \V. S
We have for sale hay. chop and
co-n at reasonable prices. Call and
iee un. We ara also dealers inc il
.1. I*. PaTTBBSON Os Cn.
? **> ?
Children's Day Services.
The annual Children's Dav service
at the Southern Methodist Church
will he held mext Sunday, commenc?
ing at ll o'clock a. m. Everybody
invited to attend.
Th*- Appetite ol *t U<***"l
ls envied by sll poor dyspeptics ?h.i
Stomscli sud Liver are eui ol Older. All
a na-ti ah*.uld know lhat Dr. Kin-.''.* Bea
Lite Pills, Hie woadarfal Stomach sud
Liver Itemed), gl**S S splendid ippetite,
Mead digVStio* und S rt-*..hir bodily habit
that insure* perfect health sad gMsl
laergy. Only '-';' centi .t say dru0'
? -a*- ?
The Children's Day exercises at
the Episcopal church Sunday night
were very pretty and interesting.
The girls looked especially charm?
ing, all with wreaths of roses renting
;m their hair.
Mrs. K. A. Evens delivered the ad
Iicm of welcome.
A collection amounting to Is 80
ass taken up after the exercises.
Keep taking it until you arc
cured* , .
It will heal your lungs and
giTC you rich blood in sum?
mer u in winter. It's cod
liver oil made easy
50c. sod I I. AJIdrualsts.
William Word. Phi Nfl ?
linsl I ,i (';, meei \
Bettie Word. Defendant I
'I he i.l.j* cl nf ibis xml i- t*. ul.lain s
divorce ". vinclo matrimouii" I',.. Ihe
plaintiff \i I in sffidst it ii iv ing I.
"i ide snd Hied thal the de fe .ida n I. Kellie
u '.''? '- ii**l i residi ul ul ll.li
Virginia, it i* orden >l lhal
wilhin I.'* il I- -
lim- publication hei lo what nc.
I?e rn * >?-?*.' ? ? : her inti lest rn
tl*!'* -..nt And it i- t ,? r ei ..ol' i
a copy hereol ho puiilisln I. i week
t-.i lour weeks in Ihe Big Stone lisp Post,
nu I lhal ( cttp- I... posted it tl.o tn.nt
dooi "I tin- i '.,nt lum.| ibis rou ii 11 on
tl"' first (is. "I I r.\( t"iin .,| tl,.'
Count j i 'mi 11
H I! Km, ,,,,,. Clerk
I'., C. \. .1.-ll?*.-.**.. ll C.
.' \ iii ? hi . j.tiii i -24 j;
i.Kl.IK ot ll lil K \ I ION
? I* * k - office ??! ii ? Circuit courl
?f ll"' '.I* "I W i-i . 'Ol the -til *1.?v nt
.'million- Kiscr, ll i iii! ill. i
.*?; iie-1 ? In Cb inn 11.
Il .1 ll...?. si ila, IK ii* \
The obj t ol I I is li enfoice lit n
of n judgment ni -.lo .i' n iili iuteresl (rom ,
the 'lil. day ol .lan . I.'HSI, ..n,| .-..-.t against :
the re il esl ile ol Ihe def. ndants, snd sui.. '
jed lo !??.!'? I,ut* Nu I r.ii.l ."i in Mock 11 j
ow H lo i r Itu ;tml map of lin- toa n
ol Coehiirn in Wise c.ly, Va., said lots
bein*" formerly known i- tl..- Pariel Prop j
erl* A nd ,in sffidst it hit. ii*-" lieen n ide
...el filed lhal thc delco.! int, C J Nash, i- '
not rt resident ..i Ihe Misti ??! \ irginia, il
i* ord.I lhal lie do appeal here within I.*
dat - sftei due puhlii si ion I i reof, sud du j
n i, it m.i ^ in- um . ? rti \ lo protect his in j
lerest in this soil A nd it is tu. Ihei oi '
ili-1.11 thal a copi hereof i*?- published once
i week for rom weeks in The llig Stone
Hap Pom , stint tl >i u copi lie posted ul id*'
front door ol the court house ol Ibis county i
mi Iii** tn*i dst ol tin ii* .1 lei rn of thc j
rou.tlccourt. A ??.??? I .?-1*?
U K K. Clerk.
lo *' \ JllllNSOM, ll c
\ M Vu iks, p. ,| juiH 1 -H'.'i
Docided Uneons* Mtutlonal.
The I ist legislature p used au sci
requiring llie Louisville if* Nashville j
Railroad ('., in j, any t , reduce its fare
iu thi- -trite li mil four ci nt* to three
cents pei mile. Tins ti... I,. \ \
ha* refused lo lo, and before the
pii'senl * 'iii'iiit i .ni! t at Jones* illa*,
snit h ,i* br* nghl Iv I.'. I''. .I"lii.*..i. I
to tesl the constitution ilily of Ihe
sci snd reco\er tu excess chaiged I.)
t he I. A N < ?? ni j > 11* v. I lu.
wa* argued before ' 'ircuil * 'oui t
Judge Skeen and oil tin- l'Jth inst.
he rendered a decision tleclariug the
act nf the Legisl iture unconstitu?
Virginia Military Institute.
Tbe Hoard ol \ isitors, al their Annual
meeting on Ihe 3Blh dst *,i nen June, will
oil S I A I I'. CADK I l-l I" fill \ rt.--? lt.-1. -
iii il,.' gild, .".(li. oli, lOlh. Milli, 1 -. h. -.Mt ?!.
?.'iii,, -Kith, Wnd, -''iii. -'''iii and 'Jilli Si ii
,ii*ii i.d I ?i-l t n i - ? - il
large. I I ? tit men ts carry fret
hoard and tuition -.pplications should
In- sddtessi 'I lo I lu- tui.l. i aignt 'I "ii or
h. Inn- .innt- imh. ..ii forms lhal will be
teal ii;.,ii. request
|!f-'JU Scon Shii*i*i Supei intendant
? -*> ?
Fivo Now Houses.
K P. Brown ha* recehed ii ('mi
tract to build five I" i? ? -? rsi bouses for
the I'Atia*'! I '"int.anv, and will ('"in
ruence work on same at once.
? ?*> ?
Operation has been resumed in the
lead snd /.inc mines on Copper creek.
Messrs. Wents and .Stockton, who
?re bow in possession **i the mines,
have shipped there quite ? l"t of ma?
chinery which is being put in, and at
least twenty hauls will be [mt to
work at once.
Kev. Freak ll. Jacksoa, pastor uf
Highland avenue M. K. (hinch South,
Knoxville, and Miss Mae Carter, of
sweetwater, will be married in this
month. Mr. Jackson, who is a fine
young preacher, is well known in
Let us suggest as suitable dele?
gates to the constitutional convention
the names ol VV. VV. Bird, of Russell;
Patrick Hagan, ot Scott, and Ii. T.
Irvine, of Wise.
Ths second telephone line from
Lebanon to Cleveland has been com
llussell Coll.'ge was sold at public
| outcry to the highest bidder Tuesday.
H. C. Stuait, of Mik Harden, hid
four thousand dollars and became the
1 purchaser.?Libnnon SeWt),
LAW OFFICES IN AYLKS BUILDIiNli
Bl? Stono Gap. V.t.
W. H. BOND,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Wiso c. H.. Virginia.
*. N Kilgore I N liesa.
Kll.tiiil.i; a DEAN.
Norton. - VI.Klnl*.
Culb dion "i Claims t Special!.!
R. T. IRVINE.
OlStm Iw "-..ii.it,..-. M. it S-uM!t*a, w.,,i (....,
Bi? stono Cap. Virginia.
f t ni-.. >.. h . aavttatra, j"* i ?i>*..a,
. l's Hti< St.n*- ,..*). I'li; Sl... I, ,|,
DUNCAN. MATHKWS A MAYNOK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
oak* ii i .'?inn'.
Big stono Gap. Virginia.
(Bom tiu-niloa * ? t-..11.. 11..,,-..,, i f\ mmt K* MlUnes
DR. G. M. PEAVLER,
Treat* Dlaaaaaaof tha
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
L. S. McELRATH. D. I). S.,
Graduate Baltimore College Dental Surgery
Will bo at oftico from 1st to
15th of oach month.
C. L. HAMBLIN,
Real Estate Agent,
Big Stono Gap, Va.
ll you have proporty to Ront
Taxes to pay, Proporty to Soil,
Timber Land to look attor,
Collections to make on Rentor
Land, you can addross mo at
Big Stone Gap. Va., Box 82.
STREET FAIR and CARNIVAL
\ ii N..i i,,ll, I \v estei n lia.!*-1,
(In. In* fol I .mini ll lp
11. k.i. . ii sala M.*. I -'il* I** rnii,
Maj Ul si, IISBJ
Appl* lo sn* sgt ni N .*-. tV. ll ?
M ;?? iii ?
t.. ii I'ass Aa**t.
If vou want an easy Shave
and smootho Hair Cut call on
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Big Stone Gap, Va
Clean Towels, Sharp Razors
and Shop open from 7 to IO
BROWNS NEW HOTEL,
Corner Main and Church Street*
Headquarters for Drummers and
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Jb 18-95 -'wtH'r.
MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL,
H. S. SHANKLIN, Proprietor
Flrat class accommodation*, at rea
Dr. J. M. HILL,
Office: Second Floor. HUI liulldina"
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*( 1* a dill* rent color Iron. ours. Vie ara
la*lag on a beautiful color on your dis
colored and soiled lit.ru (hst is u popular
with people of Hi/* Stone Hap sa I'ticla
Sam's os* color. For l.eautj sud sr I. si lo
finish our lsundr- work ia unsurpassed.
J. W. KELLY, Agent
Winchester Power Laundry.