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Miss Fay Morgan, of the fac?
ulty of the Dorchester school,
spent Saturday in Appnlnchia
Miss Kula Howard stopped
ovor Saturday in Appalaehia
enroute to Dorchester, where
she is touching. Miss Howard
had boon called homo by tin
serious illness of her father.
Floyd ("leek, .Miss (Catherine
Clock and Miss Hertha Woods
spent Sunday with their friend.
S. J. Montgomery, at Tom's
Mrs. B. c. Mai nous is slowly
recovering from the shock of
the totally unexpected nown
thnt her young brother. Nopo
Icon, was married on the 30th
of October to Miss Lucile Har?
beck of Jefferson-, City, 'renn.
Th? young OOUple have gone to
housekeeping and wrote Mrs.
MainOU8 that they would spiuid
Christmas with her in Appala
chiu. Napoleon was twenty
'years old on the third of N'<
It. 1). Morrison expects t
leave the last of this week for
LynchbUrg, where he will take
his little son. Kotiert, Jr., to be
operated on for throat trouble
by his brother, James Morrison,
the well known specialist in
diseases of the eye, ear, nose
Mrs. Martin l>. Collier hns
been quite seriously ill for two
weeks with a severe attack of
la grippe with complications.
Mrs. Fred Bee has closed hi
boarding house and joined her
husband in Middlesboro, Ky.
where they will have charge of
the Middlosboro Hotel.
Miss Charlie Kehn Orr spent
the \\.k-end with her motile
and'small brothers In Drydon,
Beryl Young, u pupil in the
tiftli grade oi the Apptilnchia
High School and a daughter of
Mr. und Mrs. Crit Young, of
this place, died at her home
Friday afternoon from a com
plication of diseur.es. The body,
accompanied by her sorrowing
family, was taken to Wullen'
Creak Saturday morning for
Misij Bess Bvorott and Miss
Margaret Rullitt were up from
the (lap Saturday shopping at
Ford and Met ionnoll'S.
Mrs. F.. H, Ouhl was down
from Norton the last of the
week shopping at Kord und
? Mrs. Kniest Omer is attend?
ing the meeting of the Home
MiSSlOU Society in Bluollohi
this week us u delegate from
the Home Mission Society of
th*.|M. K. Church, South", at
Mrs. Morgan N oting stopped
over ill Appalaehia Saturday
morning en route home from
Mrs. R, D. Morrison spent
Saturday, u s usual, i n Big
Stone (iap. in the interest of
her newspaper and magazine
Mrs. H. K. ('ulhertKon. of
Keokee, was shopping in town
the tlrst of the week
The Appalaehia High School
is planning an entertainment
on the evening of the lirst Kri
Arc you going
I to let your family
1 do without a
: Piano anol her
Kemembcr you promUed >our
?ilc und daughter* they should
hate a piano thin I all. Do not
disappoint them. Think u( the
mtny Ion; drear) day* and nights
Ihey Mil: ha>e to -la> in doors
Ibis ?later, ind ho? a Stieff
Piano v? ill not only help them to
pass the lime plrasaotly, but ?III
cnliteo >our evenings and make
your home the most pleasant place
Bti) one no?. Write us toda)
for price* and terms.
Chas, M. Stieff,
Factory Uismch Wan-room*
71? Main St . I.yncl.burg. Va
<'. W. VfiiiTMoitK, Manaxn.
day in Docomber to bo followed
by an entertainment each
month thereafter in order to
familiarize the patrons with
the work of the school.
Misses Rosa and Alice Bruce
were the gueBtB of their sister,
Miss Flora Bruce, Friday uf
tornoon and evening.
Miss Flora Bruce went down
to Big Stone Onp Thursday
evening to be present at the
murriuKC of her sister, Miss
Battio Bruce, to II. L, Cum
tilings, which occurred at the
homo of the bride Thursday
Dr. Neighbors, President of
BUHins College, at Bristol, will
preach at the M. E, Church,
South, Sunday evening. A
largo audience is expected to
be in attendance.
Thanksgiving Day Set For
Nov. 28 By Taft.
Washington, Ni'v T ?t'resldcnl Taft
today Issued the Thanksgiving proclama?
tion, totting aside November 36 lor the
observance of that ilay, Tho proclaim
"lly the President of the United Stales
of America: A proolamatlon:
"A Qod-fcaring nation like oms ones
it lo its Inborn ami sincere sense of moral
duty to testify Iis devout gratitude to iIn
All Qiror for the countless beneflts it has
enjoyed, for many years it has been
customary ?I the done of the year foi the
National executive to cull Upon Ii'ik follow
countrymen to odor praise and thanks to
<;?d for the manifold blessings vouch
?afisl to llieni in the past and to unit.- in
earliest supplication for tin ir continuance
"Tin- year now drawing to a , lose has
boon notably favorable lo our fortunate
land, At pcaco within aiul without, f.
from the partutbauohs and calamities
that have afHIetpd other peoples j rich In
harvests so abundant ami in Industries
productive, thai the ovorflow or nur pros
lierity hasadvahtagedovertlu- whole world
strong In the steadfast conservation of
the heritage of self-goverrimoni bequcath'
ed to us by the wisdom ql our lather- au.i
Arm In the resolve to transmit that heri?
tage unimpaired, but rather improved by
good lice, lo mir children and our cllll
dreh.I i blldren tor all time to come. The
people of this country have cause for
content incut. ,
"Wherefore,-1, William Howard raft,
president of the United States or Ameri?
ca, in pursuance of long established n^sgo
and in response to w lah of the American
people, invite ruj couhtryin?ri, whereso
ever they may sojourn, tojolll on Th?rs
da) the t?only-eight day of thli month
ofKovembor ln appropriate praise mil
thanks to Cod for the (food gifts that
hare been our poitlon, and in humble
prayer, that III? great m?reics toward us
"In witness whereof. I have bereonto
set my hand, and caused the seal ef the
ITnlted Stales to lie at' le.l
"Done at the city of Washington, this
seventh day of November, In the year of
our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred
and twelve, ami ,.f the Independence of
the United States ol America the one
hundred ami thirty-seventh
" Wit i I AM II. T Ml.
" lly the President
"At.YF.li A. Ami,
'Acting secretary of state.'
Icebergs an- still menacing
the Bteamship routes of the At?
We ..Her one Hundred l >oll us Ho?
ward lot any ease of Catarrh that cannot
lie cured by Hulls Catarrh Citri
P S O?ENKY ?V t'O ,Toledo, <>
Wo, the utntoralgncd, have known P.
.1 Cheney Co tholasl Hi years, ami be?
lieve him jiorfoelly liouorablo in ail busl
m ss 11 ans u lions and lilialicially ahle lo
carry out obligation! made by his firm
National itANK o P CUM M KltCK,
Hall - Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
acting directly upon the hlood mid mu
? onssurfi.es the system 'I'Cstlmo
Klais soul free I'rlco 18 cents per It?ltl?;
Sold by all I >i ug|! is' -
Take Hall's I amity Pills foi constipa?
In Which One Man is Killed
and Another Wounded.
Stratum, \ a N'bvemboi r Preston
Shearl I? dead and .lames Smith is vari?
ously wounded as the res III I of a drttnkoil
brawl at Nora. Virginia, lute Sunday
evening It appeals from what facts
that can he gathered that Shearl was on
hin horse and starting home w hen Smith
cantooul of c it Smith's store and
raised a racket with Shearl and pulled'
him from Iiis horse and beat him with
his list as lone as he wished and after
they had arisen from the gorund and had
moved some twenty lei t from llrst point
of eoiuhat that Shearl drew a pistol Slid
?bot Smith in the face when Uva Smith
hisbWlhci-,stunk- Shearl with a beer
b?ttle sral knocked him down and ?.is
stti. l.iin; him w ith the lioltle w hen lie
shut Smith nitun. thi- time in the hip
whereupon tfinlth drew his ruvolvci and
shot Shearl in the back of the head kill?
ing him instantly Smith was a single
man but sin art leaves a w ile and several
ehil.li.M, Ii is though! thai Smith will
rccoyei Shearl belonged to ihu order of
0,14.Fellows ami w ill he burrletl bj i ha'
Bratornlty, There had been bad
blood between the Smith* ami Hhearls
ami it is feared that Ihne will he further
W. L. Douglas' Ladies Shoes
Don't miss seeing these new styles
J. M. Willis & Company.
J.itn*x*OjfX &z Witt,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS.
Offico Kirst Floor Intormont Building, BIG STONE GAP, V/V
c< 'i-i-i-ixi >? uidenoe Solioitetl.
\Y K serve party lunches for dailies, theatre parties, or at
your homci on short notice and at reasonable prices.
All cooking guaranteed to i>i strict!) clean and first class.
Our chef has cooked on dining cars over the N. .\ W. Ky.,
for the past five yens.
A. L. CAZO, Proprietor.
Meals a la Carte?Oysters, Sinks. Chops, Chicken,
Fish. Pies, Cakes, and seasonable foods ;it all linn s.
Used in ever increasing
quantities, because the roofs
f. n.tt on 26 years ago are as
good as new to-day, and have
never n peded repairs.
Don't put on that roof ^mt*f%'?^//^4
until von i ice them.
For sale ! >y Local Contractors or Roofers
or Cortright < Metal Roofing Company, 50 N.
2?d St.. Phi ladelphia, Pa.
T Ii o following oandidatea
liavo entered the contest for
the Piano given away by S. A.
Horton it Company ami the
Hig Stone Cap Post, full par
ticulars of which appears else?
where in this issue, and at the
counting of the votes Monday
received the following:
Bid STONE OA I'.
Mis>. Blanch Kllboum .
Mum Cornla ?itllam
Mis .1 A Morris
Miss Mosa Sprolcs
Mrs II. M. KdelM
HtM Kitt!? Heilen
Miss Vlrgto Maaten
Miss eleu Sword
Miss Ellen W..\
Miss hlxr.lc Herten
Mum Ora Click .
Miss Allco Archer
Mis.. OimmIu Palmei
Miss IC? 11 It .loin s
M i*s Earitilo Jolinaon
Mis T K Sturglll
MiKs Cor* ('elv:iril
Miss Vlrgto .ii.
Miss Rthci (lorron
Miss Amiinrln Ijunborl
BIO STONE IIAt'?It, K. I)
MlM Intoglna Beamtin
Miss llattlc Kay lor.
Mrs Will Hammond*
Mis ii I' Mason
HUI STONE OA I'- It IV n
Miss itotava I'ariiona
Mrs It I. Bowls
Mrs W. M. Pippins.
A ITAI. VOUIA
Miss Myrtlu Smith
Miss IVarl I 'OWHII
tine tlckei of 1500 roh? li.nl no name,
Piano given away h\
E. M. COOPER & SONS,
100 voles with every dollar
purchase, and 'Jon vote- on old
accounts. With every dollar
paid on Subscription to The Hig
Stone (lap I'osl 1000 votes will
Contest Closes April 30. 1913.
Slaading o| Candidates, November ?.
Miss M iliiuln Witt i 15,800
Mrs. <i. W. Kin? v>.;.'h>
Mi-s Violet Tliqmpmii itfyWI
Miss Slnilniln Hurt 1,2(10
Mini Mallnil? Murrt? i- ?
Miss N.-tti.- Morris .. 11 ?iVOii
Mrs V I liobbins ?...!'?
Mis N.I'm.- Manure 1" "?'."
Miss Mauilc Klecnor. 21 0.M
Min. T. N. Kogg 17.'.iv
Mrs Georg? tJIUsoh ?.IOI
Miss Killtli Coehran 11,10
Miss Kellte Pietoliei Ifl 851
Mrs. .Ii.lin Kilins ... S,MV
Miss Itliixla Jones r. TW
Miss Mellon Palmer. Sfi H00 I
Mi - Rthol Morris il.i>?.
Miss Mary Prater
Mra. Nellie l,avln? IKi.llSO
Miss Rthel Hcrroii 12,550 !
Miss Arklo ' lark i,3tK)
Mis- Rpple Mi.iris .VI -, I
Miss Amin.'. Kinn . ,:.i'?.
Miss Mary Cooncr . I ;,H?>
M rs E Tcaguc 11 .-'.'i
Mian Molllo I jiiio 16 : SO
Miss Martha Dean:; a. 750
Mrs. ( lias. Swaoknr 11,080
Mrs. .1. I?. Hay 4,550
Miss lla/el 111. vins III 05?
Miss Alma May < Heek :i. 100
Miss Grace Shopliertl 2,000
Miss Susi.- Logg 15,700
Mrs It. P Culbertaon ::.s,ki
Mis- Harriett*) Dotson i?,B50
Mi?s Myrlle Hay ?? "
Miss Stella cibson .
KKOKEE, VA.t-K. P. 1?
Miss i na Colllor . 0,700
M-.ss Maude liannlngtaam 0,500
Miss Alice Roblna 1,000
Mr.-., iierliwCoiltnaworili V700
Tho Ono Day Coil Cure.
I For CM ill lh- hra.l ami ioti IhpftM u.c Ket
n.jl! ? l I. I..U.11UI i..c, :lie " Oi ?
0*1 v.i>ia Cure ?
W. T. HUDGENS
Offlo? in Skean Buildlns
Big Stoini Gap, Va.
Attorney at Law,
lutormont Bide;, Ulfl STOXK GAP, \ .\
D. r. ORR,
BIG STONE GAP, - VA.
Office in folly Building,
Ottea lli.ur-1?H i.i 1-2?. rn.j 1 i" f> p. m.
ow Woulfl tliis Lonk in Your Home
Ii belongs to tin
in nur \'< H'l N'
I for it. Vourn for nothing. Want this pinnc
person receiving tlie greatest niunbcr of vote
$1330 in Prizes Five Piano Prizes.
FIRST PRIZE?to tlic person receiving tlio highest number
.>f voti - . i Lyoh-ToylorUprighl Piaffo, worth j I
SECON D PRIZE-a due lull for $200.00 t? apply as payment
mi n I.vnii 'l'aj lor Piano.
THIRD PRIZE?a due hill for ?250 00 to apply as above.
FOURTH PRIZE -a due hill for $24OiO0 to apply asabove,
FIFTH PRIZE d due bill for r2:t0.00 to apply as nbove.
How to Obtain Votes.
With every :i 1)0 purchase 100 votes will be given, and with
every dollar paid on old account 20(1 voters will he given. With
.. .... .i..j|iir paiil to The Biff Stone Cap Post on Ruu?crip.
tiiin 1000 vot
will he given.
S. A. HORTON & CO.,
Everything Carried in a First Class Store.
Men's ami Ladies' Suits a Specialty.
BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA
Bin stonu Gap; v.?.
THOMAS F. STALEY,
Refract i< mist.
s diseacM i>l ttic Eye, liar, Nose
IlklSI'll . II SN..\ .
IRVINE .t MOHISON.
ATTORN E YS-AT-LAV
Big Stono (Jap, Virginia
Aklerson &, Kilgore. i
jouxsox-Mii.Ka ititi? i. in ii.i? I
Schnluli in Fffecf
I.EAVK NORTON 7:00 >. in. for
liynclil'urt; und intermediate ma
ns I'ullnian ulccpcr litiicflr-ld to
Philadelphia via llugctulown, and
Pullman alteciKir Itmnuke to ?loh
iiinmlaml Norfolk Atari conncctluiM
at Itluetleld ?Uli tralu? IVcatbomul
Pullman ilccpcr t" < Invlnuatl and |
I.KW'K N'OHTON 3:110 r?. m. for noliila
North, K?*t mill Wehl."
LKAVK ItltlSTol.-lKily 0 18 a hi
for Kast liadfbrd, Hoalioko, l.yiioh
burg, Petersburg, Klchmotid and
Norfolk Pullman Parlor < ar lb
Itichutbnd, Cate Car Ituahokq ami
llagoratown I'utlman sleeper Itoa^l
nokc lb Nrw York via llagerstou'itI
5:t5 p m. fur Norfolk ami Intoniiedlato I
points, I'ullmaii Sleeper* to Norfolk
I p ni ami ? >i"? j>. in (limited >oii.l i
trains wIth ))ul|man stccpon Ui W sab
Ihglou, Baltimore, Philadelphia und
j New\ork via l.ynohburg. I iocs not I
make local steps'
113:16 p. m. dally for all points between
ltristol and l^nchburg c.lectaatl
Walton at ."..ill p. in, with the M.
l/iuls Kxprrss for all ih>:ii1.s \scst and
If yon are thinking of laklug a trip
YOlJ waul quotations, cheapest fare, re?
liable ami correct informal ion as Is'
routes,train schedules khoutpal comfort^
able and tpilokest way. Write ami the
information Is yours for the asking, with
jone of our complete Map Polders,
J. C. CAWOOD
big Stone (.Jap, Va.
I have mi UiMu-dato Mncliln. nr \>mm
.mi |tubticr rirt-h I urn aaslM.?.! In .1 Oi
Ntfcl, i.spoil in Kubbei lire m*I| llugi
Civil ami Mining Engineer.
Poll) Building. BIO SKIM IMP, VA
Rxaminaiionx and Reporl?, Sum;'
Clans und Designs.
DR. JAMES A. DELANEY
Eye, Ear, Nose an
Eyes Examined for Gins;
(Mire: I'Ho 111.I Mine.'- Ill I
Dr. C. E. GREEAK,
Big Stone Cap, - Virgil
Ofllco in Polly Building.
Omen IIou.r??U to IS ; I to i.
C R. McCORKLL.
Attorney at Law,
A. C. ANDERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ft, Stono Cap, yirglnid
DR. G. M. PEAVLER.
Troatn Dtauanus of tli?
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
vVHl bo in Apptaachia Third
Friday In Each Month.
FOX & PECK.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
I Big Stono Gap. Va. Harlan.K\
1 Kcporta und estimate*. <>u Coal a"1' '
Iber Und?, Design and PlanaofCoal ?n<l
Coke Planta, I ami. Nail road ami Min?
Engineering, Electric Ulue Printing.
W. S. MATH EWS.
oi?ci-,,1 Kirat Floor interment BnlldinK
Big Stono Gap, Virginia.
I .t Atl.&tlub tu C?lltdlobl t&.l Proiaot R*ni'.'. J