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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, March 01, 1911, Image 4

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The Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nnd which has boon
In uso for over HO year*, lias liorno tho signature of
./f i - anil luii boon madeunder his pcr
jCK'linl Bllporvlslon Rim o Its infancy.
t/tvr/V>; s<i<csu,l< Allowrioonotodccolvoyou In this.
All Counterfeit*! Imitations nn<l "ajTiiRt-ns-gooit" arc hut
Hxperlmruts that tritt? with nnd endanger the health of
Inlaut - ami Children?Kxperlcnco against l?xporhllouta
Oastcirla Is ft harmless sithstltitte for Cantor OH, Pare?
goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. !< is IMcasnnt. It
ctinlnlns neither Opium, Morphin? nor nther Narcotic
substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. II destroys Worms
mill allays FovorlshncSB, It cures Piarrlnca ami Wind
Colic it relievos Toothing Troubles, cures Coustl|iatl?u
anil Flatulency. It assiniilates tho Food, regulate* the
StOUinell mill Bowels, giving healthy anil natural sleep.
Tlio Children's lNiniu i'ii?Tho Mother's Friend,
Bears tho Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Mrs. .lohn Powell lofl Sundayj
for a visit with relatives in
C. M. Hurt, of Chnttttnoogn,
made a husinoss trip h?re lusl
W. P. McDowell wan here
from Bristol n fow dnys Inst
Kor the flrsl time in the his
lory our town the stores last
Sunday Wore closed
J, W. Kaiser and wife are
happy ovot the advent of a lit?
tle daughter which came to
brighten their homo on the 27th.
J. LI. Quntner.of Bristol, was
n gllest last werl, of llifl BOll and
II. N. Burke made It business
trip to Alberts hist Friday.
Mr. Citbino has moved his
family from Bristol into one of
the cottages on lltdge Avenue.
Mrs. J, II. Wagner is visiting
her parents nt Pulnski for a fow
Mrs. Ohas. DiokoilROU and
daughter, May, spent a fow
days last week with relatives
in Scott county.
Kov. T. P. Jimlson w as here
a few days hu t week and left
Friday for Rast Stone Gap
Miss Minnie Marlowe went
over to Mondota last Friday,
returning Sunday.
Mrs '1'. .1. TomplctOU and
Mrs.K. ('. Maioous were visiting
at Big Stone Qnp FrldftJ and
Than Others
The ftrat layer of venwr On the
stm:KK (Inno is quarter rut
though never wen it would be
eMler to use the rhca|>er rOtar) COt
Veneer ?n>l the mirchaaei would
neter know the dlfft-rvuie. but the
STIKrT' llano 1? built to but, and
the liest wood la ncceaaary. The
e.?v.. it double vrneereal amt var?
nished, iualde and out. sod the
successive i- follow each other
alowly, allowing ample time for
each one to dry There 1? more
varnish placed on the hidden parta
of tho bTIKFK '.hau DU? uiaker?
use oa the entire piano If you ap?
preciate dnraliility liuy the BUoflf.
Write u? today for price* ami
Chas, M. Stieff,
Factory llraneb Warerooni*
719 Hain 81 . Ijrnebburg, Va
0 W. WuiluoitK, Maiu^n
Mrs. 8. A. Oollior and baby
returned a few day si ago from a
pleasant vi>it with friends at
M IddlcBboro.
Tho Homo Mission Society
moeta Mnrcli sth, with Mrs.
Mrs Harold Rnmaoy and
cliildren, of Pennsylvania, are
spending a few weeks with
Mrs. Ramsey's mot her, Mrs
Last I'ltursday was observed
In honor of Goorgo Washing?
ton, James Ritssell Lowofl,
Longfellow and Lincoln, in tho
school auditorium, by the pu?
pils of the school. Rocitations,
drills and reading were given,
ititoraperoed with music which
was quite interesting, when tho
leaohOrs take the pains to pro
par.' our children for such an
occasion. It seems strange
that at least the parents do not
avail themselves of the privi?
lege of a ploasa.nl afternoon as
well ns to give encodragomenl
to Hie pupils, atld the teacher
needs it just as much.
Politics in Lee.
Jonosvillo, Vn., Kelt. 23.? The
democratic county committee
I of l.ee count) met Monday to
consider the question of when
to nominate candidates for
county offices ami how tho
nominations would he made.
After the question was fully
discussed it WiiH decided to
I nominate Saturday, March 'J">.
at Jonosville, After hearing
from a number of candidates
and others who were present,
it W0J3 decided, also, that the
county committee name the
At n mooting of tho republi?
can committee at Jouosvillo, on
February 11, there were present
J, Marion Smith, chairman, W.
K. Hopkins, secretary, and the
following members of the com
mittee: [, P. Stewart, Robins
Chapel; P II, 1,armer, Penning
ton Gap; 0, K Klaimry, Jones
villo: K s. Roberta, Blaokwatoij
(i. V. Smith. Ewing; 0. C.
McLin, Rose Hill; LI, L. T\ lor,
Itisliop's Store, J; 1>. Kdds.
Morgan's Store; ?. V; Sage,
Stiekley ville.
The object of this meeting
was to Ii." time and place for tho
nomination of county officer*.
The committee decided on a
delegated convention and Pen
nington Oap as the place, and
ordered the county eoniniittee
men nt the several voting pre?
cincts in the county to call a
mass meeting of the republicans
at their respective precincts on
the 16 day of March.
Witt tiot Tip Top Advice.
11' "Mj ?ilo wanted Ma to Uvkc <>ur boy t.>
the doctor to cute au ugly boll,' write*
1>. Krankid. of 81road, okla "I ?aid put
Ducklrn's Arnica Sal?e on it ' ftk* did to.
ami it cured the Ik)I1 In a ahort time.'1
Quickest healer of llnrnv Scahb, Cat*,
t'orns, lltuura. SprVm* aud Swelling
beat Pile cuiv on earth Try it Only
35c at J W. Kelly ? l>rug Store.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 23.?
The recent elimination from the
Congressional Record of speech?
es actually delivered on tho
floor of the House led toon
altercation between a Congress?
man and a newspaper man
recently and to a formal invest?
igation by order of the House.
All this formality does not mean
that congressmen ure disposed
to make .the Kecord an accurate
report ol congressional proceed?
ings. Every Representative and
every Senator exercises the
privilege of making such alter
aliens as he may please in his
Bpecches before they finally
appeal in the Record. This has
beeil the practice for many
years with the natural result
that individual revision of
remarks made in Congress
often works wonderful changes
from the original utterances.
In the matter of the investi
gatioi. referred to two members
of the House who hud. in the
heat of debate, indulged in
somewhat severe arraignment,
each of the other mutually
agreed to suppress their speech?
es; ami not B word of the inci?
dent, which had created B?rne
excitement on the floor, appear?
ed in the Record. It was not I
this action involving complete
alteration of the published
official reports of the proceed?
ings thnt prompted the investi
gat ion. That phase of the
matter is too common an occur?
rence to excite even comment.
It was the fact that a newspaper
man hail been "guilty of a
breach of the privilege of
members" in seeking an ex?
planation of the suppression of
the speeches from one of the
participants in the heated
debate, "on the Moor of the
House "
The Record will remain the
organ of what Congressmen
Conclude. after deliberation
they ought to have said, rather
than what they actually said.
An increase of the member?
ship Of the House of Represcn
tatfves to -t:i:i will necessitate
marked changes in the arrange
incut of the floor in order to
accommodate the additional 42
jUnd average t he facilit ies of all.
With each recurring census for
many years it has been the
practice to increase the mem?
bership of the House Ulltil now
the floor space, with the excep?
tion Of needed aisles, is tilled
with desks and seals Now th?|
the splendid "office building"
or "annex" ufiords every mem
her u commodious room for the
transaction of his Congressional
duties, it is urged that the
desks can be removed from the
floor of the House without
entailing tiny real inconven j
ienco. However, there are
membors?many of thorn ap?
parently?who, while advocat?
ing the insreased number,
object to relinquishing their
desks. Ah all members must be
given equal comforts and facil?
ities, it will be up to the officials
and architects to discover some
plan to seat the enlarged
VIRGINIA: In nie v. Icrk'd Office 01 the
Circuit Court 6f the County of Wise,
the 2nd day of February. 1?1I.
S..I llyruan, Plaintiff..
.1 t;. Jones. Defendant i
The object of tiiis suit is to review a
decision of the Circuit Court Of Wise
county heretofore entered In the above
styled '-rttiK**, and to act aside nn:l annul
the said final decree rendered therein and
II appearing from affidavit on illc In the
above styled cause that Sol llyiuau Is not
a resident of the State of Virginia, it is
ordered that he appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of thin Ordor
and do what is necessary to proU ' his
Interest In this case, and'it is ordered that
a copy of ibis order be published once a
week for four successive weeks In the llig
Stone Cap Cost, and a copy lie posted at
the from door of the Court llou?e of said
OOUntX, as prescribed by law.
(' A. JOHNSON, Clerk.
Ii.1 ,v. Brace, Attys
For J, O. .tones.
Wise, Va Fob 8-0-9
VIltoiNIA: In the Clerk's pffico of the
Circuit Court of the County of Wise on
the 1 Ith day of February, 1011
Annie Nickels. Plaintiff, ,
vs. \ In Chancery.
Finnic Nickels. Defendant,!
The object or this suit is to obtain a
divorce "a viueulo matrlmoitlt" from
the defendant Finnic Nicke's.
Ami it appearing from nllidavil on tile
in said Office that Finnic Nickels is a non?
resident of the State of Virginia, ii is or
dprcd that ho appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this order ,
and do what is necessarytO proll'Ct ills
interest in this suit Ami it is further I
ordered that a copy hereof be published
for four successive weeks in the Itig
Stone, Gap Cost ami thai a copy Is' posh d
it the front door of the court* house of
this county as prescribed by law
A Copy?Teste:
C A JOHNSON, ( lcrk
W. T. Ilndgen?, p n Feb l?-7-lt)
VIRGINIA ! In the Clerk - < IfficC of the
t llrciiit t 'ourt of ihe i iniiiiv of W is,' on
the lsih day of February, 1911.
George Rabbani . Plaintiff
Rott hi llubbanl p,ofendanl
'i he object of t his suit is to obtain a
divorce a vlnoiilo matrtnionll for the
plaintiff from the defendant.
Ami it appealing from affidavit on file
in said 6(006 that UetUo llubbanl Is a
non-resident of the State of Virginia it is
ordered that she appeal here within fifteen
?lays after due publication of this i tiler
and do what is rtccossary to prntCCl lior
interest in this suit. And it is further
ordered that a Copy hereof lie published;
for lour successive weeks in the llig Stone
flap Post and that a copy be posted at the
fr. rii door of the fourt-nouno of Hits comi?
ty as prescribed by la*.
A Copy?Teste:
0, ? .mil SSON. Clerk.
D. P. Kenady. p. q. Fob -.'2-8.11
VIRGINIA : In the Clerk's Office of the
Circuit t'ourt of tho t'ounty of Wise,
the trth day of February, 1011.
Jennie Hunt, Plaintiff, i
vs. t In Chancery.
Will Hunt, Defendant, )
The object of this suit Is to obtain a
Divorce, a Vinouln Matriiuoolli for the
plaintiff fioin the Defendant. And an
affidavit having been made and filed that
the Defendant, Will Hunt, is a non-resi?
dent of the state of Virginia, it la order?
ed that he appear here v.l.l'in llfUs/ti days
after due publication ol Ihn order and do
what I? ex*?ry to protect Ids interests
in this suit Ami it is Ordered that a
COpjT hereof be published once a Week
for four SUCCOKMlvo weeks ill The Hie;
stone Gap l'oat, and that a copy hereof
be posted at the front door of the Court
House of said County as prescribed by
A Copy Teste:
ft. A. Johnson, i'lcrk.
W S Mathens. P. ().,
Illg Stone Gap. Va. feb-l'i 0-0
The Wise Printing Company
bus just received tln> largest
assortment of popular books
ever brought to Mig Stone Gap.
Call and seo them.
You have heard tho cx
pressitin, "I would give
all I possess for a pic?
ture of my child." That
remark was made by
some one who had ne?
glected their opportun?
ity and after it was too
(ate saw their error.
Don't put such things
off. If you have a fam?
ily or a child of whom
you arc very fond, have
their pictures taken.
Don't leave it for to
morrow, for tomorrow
may never c< tmc. 1 )p
it now while there is
health and strength,
while the family circle
is unbroken.
Lot Sole!
114 Town Lots for Sale in the Town of
A new Town recently laid out in tire beautiful Valley of the Kentucky
River, at mouth of Colley Creek in Letcher County, 2 \ miles above
On March 0th
This is indeed, a fine location for almost any kind of industry, Being on
the new line of the L. & E. R. R., at the mouth of a creek with hills on either
?;uc covered with all kinds of hard and soft wood and underlaid with fine
coal 4 to 6 ft. thick, it is a very desirable point for a wagon factory, hardwood
plant, pulp factory, extract plant, barrel factory, spoke and handle factory,
bottliiiK works, saw or planing mills, or any other mills or plants.
One-half ca9h down, remainder on six and twelve months' time]
with interest from date?liberal discount for all cash down. Private
sales any time. Call on or address EDWARD COMBS, ERMINE.!
KY., or the undersigned at WHITESBURG, KY.
Office in lulerimmt Boiltlinv'.
Big Stone Gap. Vlruim.,
W. S. MATHEWs! '
Office on Kir*t Plooi lotennont i ..(
Big Stono Cap, Virginia?
Clut* aiudUcb taOsusetlassaed Ftnu ? ? ...
J. c. cawoodI
Big Stono Gap, Vn
Wagon and Buggy work \
I have an Up-to-date Machine i ... 1
nn Rubber Tires. Rleyclc II
All work, given prompt attention
Civil and Mining Engineer.!
Polly Building. BIO STONE <Ul\ IJ
examinations ami Reports. SutvrsJ
Plans and Designs.
Refraction ist.
Treats diseases ol the Eye, Eat S?
and Throat.
Wilt be in Appaiaohla I tits r i i:nM?
in eaeli month until :t I*. M K
D. F. ORR,
i>isivri*-vr, I
Olllre In Polly Building H
Office ll<oiCr?11,. p> h toll 1 to ti I
Dr. C. E. GREEAR. |
Big Stono Gap. - Vlru.lnljl
i Uli. :e in I'oily lliitltilt^. I
OfFICK Ilm it:?C to Ii . 1 to ?.
Trontn DlfnAstm of tho
Bye, Bar, Nose and Throaif
vVill bo in Applaaoln i 1 ?
Friday in Each Month. I
Civil and Mining Engineers.!
Big Stono Gap. Vn. Harlan,K)|
Ke|s.rts andeallnuttcfl on t loal
tier Lands, Design and Plaits 01
Coke Plauts. Land. Kallroad and M:t#
Engineering, Rtectric Ulue i'rlntli
Attorney at Law, |
erniont llldg, lib. sTusi: HAP, rl
Office In Skoen Bulldlnu
Big Stono Gap. Va.
1 ntormont HniMini;
B.k Stono Gap, Virginia
otury rnblici Collections Ami Itoal
a ii i ii Ii i i mi Si hrdulu in Effert
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