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Good Advice on Buying Drug Store Goods
?'BUY THE JE5 13 S T?? The Best is always the cheapest. Cheap goods any? where are not cheap at any price. But, if you are not a judge, you must rely upon the judgment of others. We have built up the largest Drug Business in this locality by selling only goods of the highest character and never abusing the confidence of those placing reliance in our judgment. BUY THE JER JE S? TT Kelly Drug Company, The Q&xaJlb Store V. liu.?in, M. 1?. W. A. U*?r?, ?I. " Cilmer & Baker, Physicians und Surgoons. Olk?? in Polly tlulMIng, Uta Stono Gnp, Virginia, All cnlls aiiswurod promptly. BRISTOL BookkoopltiR P TV Hlghor Accounting niiciUCCC Shorthand COLLEGE TolaBrnphy BRISTOL. TENN.-VA. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To Iii? Voten of \VUio County: 1 hui a candidate fur Treasurer of Win County, at the election 10111 subject b iwercr, ? " the wishes ?f the Republic* party, Very respectfully, It IV. inn.I BY To Ihr Voter* Of Wise County : I hereby announce myself a candidate foi Clerk of Circuit Court of Wise Coun? ty, foi oleatlon to be held in Novomtier, ttlltj subject, however, to tho ileslro ami ?rlahes of the Republican |iarty of this cnuuty I earnestly solicit your supiiort. ami Will appreciate anylhiug you may do forme. Youru very truly, J, I). DotlTON. To Till: Von.us or Wi-kCoimy. I lake this method of announcing my? self a candidate for Cleik of Wisu Conn, ty, I shall subject myself to thu wishes nftlie Republican Convention, with re g ird to my nomination. It thai Convention sees tit to nominate me I shall endeavor to make an euthustas' Lb oapipalgn,1 'not onlyfor my own elec? tion but for llie election of the other Republican candidates, If not nominated by this Convention I pledge those who i are nominated my lamest support It elected to this otllee 1 promise prompt sud efficient service in the perforroance of m\ duties, (If course if I had not felt lllfled for the position I would not have made this announcement. Thanking each and every voter in ad rdr w hatever interest Uc may take in my candidacy, I am, Yours very truly. Ji K. St .M.I. Villi. the Voters of Wi.-e County: hereby announce myself a candidate the otllee of Circuit Court Clerk ol i-e County, for eleotion to bo held ivember, 1011, mbjeot to the will of the publican party. Any favor yon may lor me will be appreciated. Yours very truly, W. 11. II VII...ton. l ot Mayor Big Stone (lap, QE?, If MY Kits. LOCAL ITEMS. F. O. Gibson, of Roanoko, was a guest tit tlio Monte Vista mi the 4th inst. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Irvine returned this week from a visit to Richmond and Now York. LOST?Ono pearl brooch. Fintier return to thin otlico und receive rewnrd. F. W. Wliito und wife, of Dry den, were visitors to tho (inn Saturday. 0. 1>. Allen was a Bristol visitor to the Cap on last Fri? day. X. C. Watts, of Staunton, President of the Virginia-Ten? nessee Telephone Co., spent a few dtiys in town lust week looking after his interests. Call up 99, both Norton and Big Stone Uup for the plumber, J. l>. Dorton, of Wise, a can? didate for County and Circuit Court Clerk at the election to be held next full, wits a visitor to the Gap on last Snturday. I Miss Janet Bailey left lnstl Saturday for London, K.y., on a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Urccar return-i od last week from a visit with relatives and friends in Scott county. Call and see the largo assort-] Iriont of popular hooks just received by the Wise Printing! Company. O. L. Pugh, of Bristol, spent Saturday night in town, and Wont.d?wn to Pennington Gap Sunday to visit homefolks. (lay Dar.-?, of the Bewley Durst Opal Co., of Bristol, was a b?siness visitor 'to the (lap i one day last ? eek. B, W. Whitaker, of Bristol, was among the traveling men in town last week. Dr. E. II Pomoroy ami wife,! of St. OharlOS, were visitors to th" (lap1 one day last week Qeo. W. Wolfe, of Bristol, was a visitor to the Clap last Thursday, K. L. K.llis, Superintendent of I the r?g River Lumber Co. on Big Cherry; hut now located with the Bitter Lumber Co. at Whitewood, Buchanan county, spent Saturday night iu the liap. Modern kitchen ranges with glass oven doois, call HO, either Norton or Big Stone Gap. Mrs. H?cker, of Washington City, is visiting her daughter, Mis. Karl Stotdir, in the Gap. Hon. Henry C. Stuart, of Elk. Garden, was in the citj yester? day. Mr. Stuart will h i one of the speakers at the i outhern Commercial Congress, which meets in Atlanta this month.? Bluefletd Daily Telegraph; General it, A. Ayers and Attorney A. K. Morison were business visitors to Bristol last Thursday. Everybody loves to read good hooks. Large assortment to select from at the Wise Print? ing Co. ('all and look them over. The revival services at the Southern Methodist, church are being continued this week. Brother Shuler is preaching some powerfully good sermons, and if you are not attending regularly you are missing some rare treats. The many friends of Miss Nancy Heering, the capable milliner with J, M. Willis and Company tho past two years, will ho pleased to learn that she has returned to tho Gup. The Woman's Civic, League announces the next number of the Alkahest Lyceum Course, to he held on March 14, at 8:30 p. m. The DeKoven Male (Quar? tet will entertain us in its in imitable style. Let us grett them on force. The Gladeville District School Board closed all the schools in that district at the end of Fob runry. The reason given is thai the district iias lived beyond its income for the past two or three years, and proposes to catch up by shortening the term of school this yenr. While work? ing a temporary hardship on some of the teachers, it is no doubt best for the schools in tho long run.?Norton Free Pross. Messrs. W. II. Johnson und I'. M. Collins, of Appalachian were visitors to tho (lap Sun day. ? Docs your roofleak? Call '1*. Gritliu & Co., 'phono99. Rev. 0. B. Livo8ny and fam? ily spent Saturday at Penning ton t lap. Mrs. 8 A. Bailey is at home again, her school having closed last week. Mrs. YV. S. MathewB, who has bo'en Beriously Indisposed for several days, is able to bo out again. Miss Lillian Lloyd spent tin week end with her parents nt this plaje, returning to Sullins College Mouday morning. The Wis.' Printing Company has just received the largest assortment of* popular hooks ever brought to Big Stone 0ap. ('all and see them. 13, J, Prescott has purchased a beautiful now touring ear When wo get good roads in Wiso county, autotnobiling will be a pleasure, FOR RENT?A three room house with water inside. Apply at this otllee. Mrs. John Lloyd, Jr., who has been spending several mouths with her husband in u sanatorium in'tho Adirondooks, arrived in the Gup last wei '<, greatly improved in health. This being the Week of Prayer for Home Missions, the holies of the Itaptist church are holding a prayer meeting ever) afternoon at 3;:i0 C-'clock in the parlor of tho church. They will have their regular i.-onthly meeting in connection with the prayer service Thursday after noon. These meetings are being led by the different appointed holies, who make thent interest ing and helpful. All who feel interested in this work are invited to come. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY William Kwing Baker, eltlest of the fivu sons of our towns man, R. 1). Baker, celebrated his twelfth birthday on the evening of February -7, by giving a ??Longfellow party" to a number of friends, us the great poet's birthday happened also on tho 27 of February. Refreshments of cheese, sandwiches, chicken salad, bread and butter, cake, and fruit sherbet were served by the bestes, assisted by Miss Surah Cochran. As the guests took their places at the table,*each was requested to give a quotation from one of the great men and name tho other. Miss Anna Agee entertained the guests very pleasantly with a number of selections on the piano. The following girls and hoys helped Willie ami Mr. Longfel low celebrate the auspicious nnnivcYsury of their birth: Thelma and Mary Baker, Grace Long, Klizabeth Agee. Florence McCormick, Mary Skeen, Kath? leen Knight, Louise Goodloe. Mary Harron; James Kelly, Robert Wells, Tom Cochran, Willio Wilson, Willie and Karl Baker. NOTICE TO GARDENERS For twine years this company has been leasing town lots to persons for gardens at n uni? form price of $2 00 per lot. We bave been holding it for their accommodation on the under? standing that they would come in and pay the rent promptly. Our experience has been that we rarely sell one of these gar? den lots. We do not try to make any m?noy out of thiR business, and if we have got to Hond out statoments and go around and collect, wo loso money and had hotter let the lots lie out. 1 shall be in my office .Mon? day. March 13, for the purpose, and all persons who do not come in and pay back garden rent anil arrange for this year's rent under the new leases; will be forbidden to make further use of iiiiv of our lots. BIG STONE GAP LAND CO., By John w. Ohalklby, Treasurer. REVIVAL SERVICES EVERY EVENING 7:45 Brother, have you leren to the meeting yet? Have you added your presencj". and influence to "the furtherance of this great work: Ho you realize that you are your brother's keep? er, and that for his life as well as your own, yoa are in a large measure responsible? Will you not bring your neigh? bor and come out to the ser? vices: The interest is increasing with every service anil every token points to this as the time for a groat aw akening in our town. Every Christian is urgently requested to bind his presence and aid to the meet? ing. All the' pastors of'tbe city are invited to bring their people ami join in this work to the extent of their opportunity to help in the movement. Being a pastor 1 know how much a pastor has to look after ill his own Held, but 1 most earnestly desire the co operation of tile ministers ami all gootl people at this lime. To those who are not Christiaus or Church mem bers, 1 extend a most urgent invitation to the services. If you have not found your Saviour, you have missed the companionship of your truest and best friend. .1. VV. w. Slid.Kit. BIRTHDAY PARTY. Miss Mary Buiin entertained her friends .Saturday evening of last week from eight until ten iu honor of her fifteenth birthday. The hospitable Bunn home was charmingly decorated iu a color scheme of pink and white, pink crepe paper chrysanthem? ums and galax leaves being used, and the refreshments consisting of pink ami white ice cream and cake. Music and games and an amusing word contest, in which the letters in the word "Chrys? anthemum" were used to form new words, made the hours pass swiftly. A folder with a hand painted chrysanthemum on tho cover was supplied each guest and a pencil. Elizabeth A gee succeeded in writing one hundred words correctly, and wns awarded the prize?a pink ami while Dresden ribbon work bfig. The boys' prize?a linen handkerchief?was won by By ron Rhoads, who cut with Pete Wolfe, each having the same number of words?sixty-two. The birthday cake was an enormous white alTair with tif toen pink candles, and created much enjoyment in the cutting, Tho following young people enjoy eo Miss Mary's hospi? tality: Anna and Elizabeth Agee, Carolyn Hhoads, Ruth Proscott, Louise (Joodloe, Mary ISkeen, Mabel Willis, Florence McCorniick, Ruby Kemper; Josephine Kelly, Tholmit Baker, IJule Bullitt, Margaret Pettit, Virginia Beverley, Madge Din gess, Emma Duncan, Margaret Bunn. The boys were: Byron Rhoads, Charlie Bunn, Ralph Herschey, John Allen tloodloe, Donald Proscott, Carlyle Skoen, Hill Shuler, Hilly Mathews, Jas. Kelly, Peter Wolfe, Robert Wells. Falls Victim To Thieves. S. W. bends, of Coal Otty Ala , DM a justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole his health lor twelve years. They were a liver and kidney trouble Then Dr. King's New Life Fills throttled them He's well now. Unrivaled for CouBtlp?. tlon. Malaria, lleadauhc and Dyspepsia, ivttc at J. W. Kelly's Drug Store. Et, T. I KT IKS, Vi?, W. T. ?OODLOE. Vice Pre*. A S*?'jr. K. F. BAKKON, Tirta Interstate Finance & Trust Co. Big Stone Gap, Va. Capital $50,000,00. Surplus $60,000.00. This bank, under new management, will continue the business upot conservative lines. SAFETY: Onr Motto. SECURITV: Our Pass-word. interest Paid on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS. K. T. IKVINK, YV. T. UOOPt.OK, It 0, UOKISOK, C. 8. CARTER. a. k. Mokimin. J. ?. HAM'rli.KN. W W. TAT LOR, J. w. kki.I.V. w. If. BLEU P. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. I I I I fDARN! Why Darn? If you buT BUSTER BROWN'S GUARANTEED liOSIERY lor the whrdo fnmily there'll ba HO DARSlvf, TU P ). Silk Ulla I Uli Hm? for MKS. black, tan, navy and Bray. Ulla Ho,? for I ADIES, ?va? dium and gauze Wright; black or tan. CombeJ Egyptian Hct* for BOYS, light or heavy W?l|h?, black I tal L?I? fine gaugo Pit.1 i ' ? - for MISSES, med, m ir l..hl wright, black er t .11. MISSES ulk Iis}, fina gauia. ribbed, black or tan. 25c a pair. Four Pairs to Ihn Boi, 11.00. Guaranteed r~^fr~~7. For FOUR Month* Buster Brown Guaranteed Stockings for Men, Women and Children are sold In 1 IT i I I SONS, I I FOR SALE. Six room dwelling; two hallo, two porches, bathroom, all modern, and cement cellar; partly finished in oak; idonl location; corner West Kirnt Street and Wyundotte Avenuo. Price r3200; one-third cash: bal auce to suit purchaser. Title guaranteed porfect, See A. L. Witt, Mch ltf Inlsrmonl Building, AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance prohibiting the accumulation and heaping ot Manure. "BE IT ORDAINED, by the Council of the Town pf Big Stone Gap, Vof, that it shall he unlawful for any owner, tenant or occupant of any premises to have, permit or allow to he, or remain on the premises iu his, her or their posses? sion, ownership or occu? pancy, any accumulation or heaping of the manure of any animal for a longer period than five (5) consec? utive days during the sea? son of the year beginning March 15 and ending Oc? tober 15, unless tiip same he sufficiently covered or protected to prevent tho access of the house fly. Any violation of this or? dinance shall he punished by a Hue of not exceeding Ten (,$10.00) Dollars and not less than One ($1,00) Dollar, for each offense." I, A. L. Witt, Recorder, do hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the records iu my possession. A. L. SVITT, 10 11 Recorder. UKOER Or PUBUCATK VIRGINIA In thol lerk's Offlee of the | ClrCUitf Court of \V1m Comity, on the dth tUy of March, lull. Rosa A. DlolteUaOh, vi. Charles II. Dlckcnson. Tho object of this suit if to obtalu ? I divorce, a viuculo luatrimouia. it appear? | In;; l>y affidavit that Charit?? II. Ilickoo iaon I? ? uon resident of this slate, ilia therefore ordered that the said Charles II. !>lckenson appear within Attecndays after doe publication of this notice, in tho I Clerk's Ollico of our said Court, and do iwhat la necessary to protect his interest,;, it Is ordered that a copy of this order be published In the tilg Stona Gap Post;.*, wcekl) nowspapcror Wise County, lyr tour successive issues, anil that aiuah^r copy be |?i?iimI at the front il<mr of the Court House as required by law. \ ? opy Tr?te: ? a JOHNSON, Clerk. Meli 8-10.IH Till' COMMONWEALTH OP VIRGINIA, In tin) Sheriff of the County of Wise Greetings: Wo command yon that you summon Cliuchtlelil Coal Corporation, furrier l.uniber Corporation, ami New Votk Trust Company a corporation, lo appear at the t li rk - oilh o hi the Circuit ? otirt of the County of Wise st the. Courthouse thcreol at rille? to be hi hi for the - I I court on the thlnl Monday in March, IUI I, to ans?er a bill In chain ely exhibited against them in qur said court by the \ Irglnia Coal A Iron Co . c corporation, and have i hen there tin- writ Witness 0 \ lohni.Clerk of our said couit at tho Courthouse thereof, on the .'.'ith day ot February, 1911, and In tin- 11)3 year of the Commonwealth 0 A JOHNSON,Clerk, A Copy?Teste: o, At Johnson, cierk. VIRGINIA In the Clerk'?Offlcd Ol Circuit Court of Wise County, the SMth day of February, 1011. The Virginia Coal A Iron Co, Plaintiff, va. Cliiichtteld Coal Corporation et al, De? fendant*. l\ CHANOKItY. C appearing from an allldavit on hie in tho above '- l cause, that the New York Trust Com; vv. a corporalhm. dc feud Ui .ii said - nt, is ? noli resilient of the state ofVirginia, and ii ittt baa no agent or other person in \\.. ? ounty, i ii|Hin whom service of process can n, Vvl. it is therefore ordered thai a copy of i.. process issued in the above styled cause i>? published once > week ior four succes? sive weeks ill tho Hig Stone Gap f'nst. a ncws;>a|icr published in \Vis? County. ')'. -t? i A JOHNSON, Clerk. A Copy?T'esto c A. JOHNSON, Clerk! Meli 1-9 i -? ORDER (?1 I'l'ULICATION VIRGINIA: In the Clerk<>fiic* of the Circuit Court .if tin: Count; of Wile, the Dtli ill February. IUI I. Jennie Hunt, I'laiutitf . vs. . In Chancery. Will limit, Defendant ) The Object of this suit is to obtain a Divorce, a Vinculo Matriiuonli, fur thu I'liintirT from the Defendant. And an ailblavlt having been m nie ami fllcil that Derctidant, Will Hunt, Is a non-resi Ui ot of the Stato of Virginia, it is order? ed that ho appear here within tlftecii days alter dun publication of this order and do what Is necessary to pioteet his interests in this suit And it is ordered that a copy hereof be published once a week for four successive weeks in Tho III* Stone Gap Post, and that a copy hereof be posted it the front door of the Court House of said ; County as prescribed by law. A Copy?Teste: c. A JOHNSON, Clerk. I W. 8. MaUn.ws. 1". Q. ' lllg Stono (lap. Vs. f? bll-7-l?