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IHK UK. STUNK GAY l'UST.
WKDNKSDAY, DEO. 11, 1912.
mblistirxl Every Wvdiiesilar by the
WISE PRINTING COMPANY.
OIUBBRT N. KNIGHT. - Editor.
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Six Mnntlii. - .SO
Ttirs? Months. - - - .26
KnUirvl acconllne to postal regulation*
st the jiost-ofnce st HIr Stone (lap a??oc
SUBSCRIBERS urn earnestly re?
quested to observe tho ditto
printed on their address slips,
which will keep them at nil
times posted as to the date
of the expiration of their sub?
scription. Prompt and timely
attention to this request will
save all parties a great deal of
The Post will make your
friend a nice Christmas present.
For this purpose AO cents pays
for it n whole year.
Some politicians are afraitl
that with wireless polities they
will he unable to make the con?
The man who wanted to take
out a lire insurance policy on
his life must have had n hunch
as to where he was going.
The man who spends his lei?
sure bouts improving his mind
in making an investment that
will pay more than a hundred
The Federal pie counter will
soon be so crowded that there
will be no room to serve bread
It is not a question as to
whether we can afford to vole
for the bonds to complete our
roads, hm caji wo afford not to,
An exchange says that an
elephant is advertised cheap in
Ohio We thought President
Taft kepi his pets at Washing?
ton with him.
The Post is heartily in favor
of the bond is-ne to complete
our system of good roads in the
Richmond District and is doing
its best to make the majority
just as large as possible. In
lighting for this issue we be?
lieve we ate doing a public ser?
vice, and one that will result in
great good to every man, wom?
an ami child in the district
The man who voles for the
bonds to complete our lino sys?
tem of roads is not only helping
to Improve his own conditions
but that of his neighbors as well.
President elect Wilson nearly
thrashed a photographer.
Maybe he is merely getting in
trim to deal with the crowd of
For the information of those
who may not know, the tight
over the Big Stone <Jap post
office will be about one year
No farmer in the district can
afford to vote against the bond
issue, for of all classes he will
receive t h e greatest hem-lit
from the completion 0 f our
It matters not how you travel,
on foot, in a wagon, on horse?
back, in a b?ggy, by automo?
bile, or in whatever way you
go the completion of our roads
will be a direct benefit ami
comfort to every man, woman
and child in the Richmond
Magisterial District, Do you
think you can afford not to vote
for the bond issue:
It cost the Democratic Na?
tional Committee j 1,169,4 10 to
carry the election for Wilson
and Marshall, according to its
final statement of contributions
and expenses filed with eon
gress in Washington last week.
I-'very voter in the Richmond
Magisterial District who has
his own interest and that of
his neighbors at heart will vote
for the bond issue to complete
our system of roads. The in?
crease m taxes thai it willcnuso
will be insignificant compared
to the great benefit and profit
it will he to everyone, especial?
ly those who us,- tin- public
high wa> s.
'flie Post says that Big Stone
Dap has long been the best
town in Southwest Virginia.
Whether we agree with it or
not, we certainly admiie its
loyalty. Praise your own town
or dommunity.- -date City Her?
A Franch doctor says that
you are liable to bring on in?
sanity unless you lav in bed
fifteen or twenty minutes after
yon wake up Phore is no need
of special asylums out this
Wo have a swell line of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver Ware, etc. Consisting '
Nickel. Gilt and Wood Toilet Sets
Clocks Manicure Sets
Lockets and Chains Traveling Sets
Coat Chains Smoking Sets
Vest Chains Shaving Sets
Cut! Buttons Coffee Sets
Scarf Pins Tea Sets
Ladies and Gents' Rings Clove and Handkerchief
of all kinds Boxes, Jewell Boxe;
And many other things too numerous |
to mention, all of which we will sell at |
rock bottom prices.
J. F. Amburgey & Son,
APPALACHIA, - - VIRGINIA. 11
Gen. Frank Reeder.
Oen. Frank Reeder, ox Secre?
tary of the State of Ponusylvai
nia, and at one time u Ranking
Commissioner, died Saturday
at his homo in hie native city,
Baston, Penn. Ho was the son
of Andrew Reeder* lirHt Gover?
nor ot Kansas. He was two
years at Princeton and four
years in the Union Army as a
private. He was mustered out
of service in 1800 and then he.
gan the practice of law in Kar?
ton Kor three years lie served
US Collector of Internal Reve?
nue and in 1S7I was appointed
Brigadier General of the Na?
tional Guard. He resigned in
1881, Gen. Reeder was a dele?
gate at several Republican
Conventions and had served as
Chairman of the Pennsylvania
siate Republican Committee
The deceased was the father
of .Mr. A. II. Reeder, of this
place. Vice president and gen?
eral manager of the Stonega
Coke and Coal Company.
Wedding at Jasper.
Jasper, v., |)co. 10,?On lakl Sunday
Miss Dona Hood and Patrick Arlington
surprised then many friends i>y c;<>ine, to
Until,ia aliere lliej wore ijultoly married
In the parlor of the Gobble hotel, by Rev
Floyd I'aync, in the present of only a few
i. latlri h and friends.
The brido Is the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hood, postmaster
and merchant at tins place, while tin'
groom is prosperous business man at
> 11 i - place This popular young couple
nave the. ? ougTatulatloni and best wishes
of a host of rel?tlvcsand friendR.
Miss Fannie Bass, proprie?
tress of the hotel at Stonega,
attended the Episcopal Bassaur
at the Monta \'ista Saturday
and spent tho day with friends
in the i lap.
Ei F. Burgess, on the cornor,
is the place to buy your Christ
mas fruits. York Imperial and
Wine sap apples, nice stock.
Two bushel crate, (2.25, deliv
? ie.1 in ) our home. No. 1 Flori?
da oranges will be offered to
our regular customers for 'W
cents per do/.on, and by the
orate at a pricu yon can't at
ford to miss Place your orders
this week for apples and oran?
ges by the crate.?adv.
The Richmond Magisterial
District votes on n bond issue
at ihe saun i imu i ho t lladeville
I >ist lie t votes, and it is said that
the former districl will cany
by a log majority. It is under?
stood that the Lipps District, on
l ho east. will bold an election
in the Spring for the same pur- j
pOSO, witll thd assurance of the
bonds carrying. It is up to the
Olndevilhi District to carry her
bond issiio; otherwise she will
he found lagging behind tho
oilier two districts and will
someday regret u Wise Vir?
$100 Reward S100
The readors of this paper will l?- pleas
,il to loarn that there is at l??t one dread?
ed disease that science has been able la
Core In all Us .-'..i^i"-, anil that is t'atarrh
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive
eure now known te the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being s constitutional diso re?
quires a constitutional treatment Halls
i ataVrli I uro (a taken internalh, acting
directly upon tho blood and mucous sur?
faces nf the system, thereby destroying
th>- foundation Ol the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution ami assisting nature in do?
ing its work ' The proprietors have so
much faith in Its curative powers thai
they olli i One Hundred Dollars for any
ease that It fails to core. Send foi list of
Address i .1 I HKS BY .V CO., To?
Seid tij all Druggists 161
Take Hall s family Pills fur constipa?
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
V1 Hi 11NIA In the Clerk's Office of
the Circuit Court of the County of Wise
tho 10th day ol November, 1910.
Itmne 1 lanlcl, Plaintiff,
Kllen Daniel, Defendant,
The object of this suit is to Obtain a
divorce, A Vlneulb ilatrlmonl, f.ir the
plaintiff from the defendant
And an allitlavit having* boon made
and filed that the defendant, Kilon Dan?
iel, I- a non resident 0( the Stale of Vir
glnia, it Is ordered il.at she appear hen
within fifteen days alter due publication
of this order and do what la neccasary.to
protect her Interest In this suit And it
Is ordered thvl a copy hereof be puldl h
ed i.uee a week tin lour sueeessive weeks
ill thO lllg HlollO Cap Cost, and that l
copy lie posted at the front dour Of tin
court hodso of -aid county as prt*serlbed
Ami thai a copy ol ihhi order be mailed
tolhoaaid defendant Kllen Daniel at
i.lohn-,.,i t Ity, Tennessee, her last known
place or abode
a Copy Teste
W It Hamilton. Clerk.
I W. T Hi nut.'Ss. p ,| Nov. 87.47-0
! J. Meek Wolfe, H. D? D. S.
In Hig Stone Osp Tnexlavs mid Thurs
days of each w?.-K In-giunm;.' Tnevlay
Jon miry ;th.
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Don't fail to pay us an early visit and do your holiday
buying now. We will store your packages until the time for
Delivery to suit your convenience.
Our line is particularly strong this season in fine quality
Cut Glass, Genuine America Hand
Painted Art China
Extra Fine Sterling Silver Plated and
Ivory Toilet Ware
Toys for Children ranging in
prices from 5c to $15.00.
Special Holiday Packages
Jewelry, Diamond Rings, Hand Bags,
Neckwear, Hosiery, Handker
chiefs, Umbrellas, Etc.
l ite Store of Style and Quality
Big Stone Gap, = = Va.
Headquarters for Santa Claus
Santa Claus will make our store his headquarters this year
and will have one of the most complete lines of toys and holi?
day goods ever seen in Big Stone Gap.
He will be here this week in all his glory, so look out for
him and the many nice things he will bring.
W. W. Taylor & Sons.
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Kelly Orup Company.
Bucklet*'?* Arnica Salve
Int Best Salvs In The Wo'ld.
E. 1^. BURGESS,
At AI. O. HoNiic's Old Stand,
lias and will keep in stock fresh Roods of Leggett's
and Curtis' brands, and a complete line of
t a j!! e ^iiid i^tkiioy Groceries
Green Vegetables, Oysters and Fruits received
twice each week. Come and see our stock. If we
haven't what you want, we will get it for you.
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] OffIco First Floor Intormont Building, BIG STONE CAP. V/?