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Qc?rgo Jenkins nnd wife |
linve n new girl nt their home, ; making the seventh daughter. The stork visited Hotel C'rit tenden a few dayv. ago and left the proprietor an heir. F. P. Hurt, of Norton, made n business triji to our town several I times lost week. Miss Whitehead, of Norton, accompanied by Annie Kerr Tompkins, were guests of Itriw lol relatives and friends the latter part of hist week. Mrs. Watson, of Bristol) spent the past two weeks with heri daughter, Mrs. (Jart right,) wJiose baby has been quite sick Mrs. K. 0. MainoiiR was aj guest last week of Mrs. Q, (' JofTors, at Big Stone < lap. 0. II. Scott, of Barborvillo. Ky., left for home the tirsl of this week, from a ple.-isant visit with his (laughter and family, Mrs. H. 1*. Orifcer, Mrs. T. Bl Thompson leaves this week for and extended visit THE Stieff Player Piano lfy?u Idrcgriod muslo and hsvo SI ini inii' in your fmuil) who can pis)', !jj! tili? In tin- IuhIiiiiiipiiI yon shodd buy. TheBtloflVPUyor Plsliu Iis? Ihr 'gl sauw sweet lono, the same hiuh S| IP ado llnish mill Iii,' k irn.' um \i I'll gl I ?hI durability thai Iis? mails Ike Mien" Piano so famoiM Itisbiilli fi\ of tin' fun si ijinilo in itcrlala and sn r.i! ptrfcol in construction thst u will S lust a llfotlrue Write us today for once* ami 13 terms Chas. M. Stieff, Paotory llrunoh Wererooms ?, 711 Main si . I.ynebburg, Va jj. \? 0 \V. Whitmosb, Maiugei S |iSa?^i?!RiBiiw^ With her RistiT, Mrs. HouhIov, at Middlcsboro. She expectsto leave this spring to make hor homo in the West. Mrs. J. K. Btinh and dnugh tor, Mary, were among the Appalaohia shoppers Saturday from Big Stone Cirp. Mrs, Kronk Kitts, of Norton, waa mingling with frionds herd ami shopping last Friday. Jtov. Ui V York left Saturday for Oklahoma. Ho speaks in glowing terms of tho West? a great place tn coin money. Hi? nays he often has as much as jloo paid him for holding a series of meetings. Miss Harris, one of the Nor? ton teachers, was hero shopping last Friday. Mrs. Lunsford ami little daughter) Julia, of Black Mountain, were guests of Mrs. 11. \v Holley last week. Karl Cttbino spont Friday in Bristol. l>r. S. 1,. Whitohead, of Nor? ton, passed through our town last week, enroute to Mt. \'er ton, Ky., ami return. Hi- was also u gUOSt of his son ami daughter, in Bristol, last Wed? nesday. S. E, tiarter inndo a business trip here last Friday from Wilcoc, VV. Va. W. N. Brooding ami wife spent a few da)'B last week ill I Knoxvllle sight seeing ami lay? ing in a supply of HOW gO?Ufl for t he store. Mrs George Underantl child-; ten ami Miss Georgia Harmon spent part- of hist week in Bristol. Mrs. J. I?. Pengiit spent tho past week in Bristol Mr. ami .Mrs. Williams, of Bristol, moved hist week in one of the Tomplotoil cottages oil the hill. W. T. MoDaniul was hero from Bristol one day last week.] Mrs. tieo Horner was quite ill part of last week. M. I'. Richmond made a i business trip last weok to t loo burn and Norton in the hard ware interest. Ur. (i. W. BottB and wife; Mrs Anders. Rlborl I.urge and Mrs. A. i.. Witt. .?f Hig Stone Gap, were called to Itlltlltoh, I Spring Opening, j Wc now have on display the leading and correct e3 I styles in Spring Millinery, Pattern Hats, Suits. Dresses, 1 I Waists, Trimmings, etc. You are personally invited to witness this display 1 1 of Fashionable Merchandise which has been carefully | selected with a view of meeting the requirements of 1 8 persons who demand the most up-to-date and correct gj :;j styles. I GAiLE PATTERNS WOOLTEX SUITS i I FORD & McGONNELL, j Appalachia. Tonn.) last Tuend ay to attend the funeral of Mr. Pippin, a brother in law of Dr. Butts and Mrs. Anders. K, I.. Moore was hore front rtnoxville last Friday I!. L. Brown was hero from Big Stone Gap last Saturday. CHURCH HARD ON DELINQUENTS. Freeling, Vd., March 23?A stir has been raised in Little Hope Regular Primitive Baptist; (Tu-oh by an addition to the I rule-, and regulations in effect that n momher will be admit? ted to fellowship who sells his vote, buys d v ote or fails to pay his debts, These resolutions were introduced by the pastor. Hev. William l> How on, and Layman .lohn B. Pliipps. When it was moved to adopt those regulations the churoh did so by a fair majority. It is openly declared that a number of members will fall under the ban of llu regulations. The outcome Of the movement is heing watched with interest. The church is heing conn:? tided for the move. MALCOLM SMITH, Civil and Mining Engineer. Poll) llttildlnit. 111(1 STONC OAP, VA. Examinations and Reports, Sutveys, Plans anil lb-signs. You have heard the es I pressii >n, "I v\ i >uld e all I possess for a pit nur i'I my i hild." That remark was made by some one whb had ri< elected their opportun ity and after it was too late saw their error. Don't put such things oil'. If you have a fain ilv or a child of whom you are very fond, havt tltt.ii pictures taken, 1 Don't leave it for to morrow, for tomorrow may never c< ?nie. 1 >< i it now while then: is health and strength, while the family circle is unbroken. Jenkins' Studio, BIO STONE OAP.VA. I ELECTRIC , BITTERS anV.kiom A. C. ANDERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. lotermont ituiiding LSI? Stone Gap, Virginia. Notary Public; Collection* and Real Kuat D. h. ORR, DENTIST. BIG STONE GAP, - VA. oillco in Polly Building. Office Hoiks?8 to VI a. m.| I In .'? p. in. Dr. C. E. GREEAR, Dentist, BlgStonoGap. - Virginia. Office in Polly Building, in i ii i Hot'llK?0 In 13 ; 1 to 5 DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Trents Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL. TENN. Will ho In Applaabhia Tliircl ; Friday In Each Month. I ?.,i?>.1 FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Stone Gap, V.i. Harlan,Ky Itcrtdria and estimates on Coal and TlhP Ikt Lands, Design and Plans of Coal and Coke Plants, Und, Itailroad arid Mine Hnginooring, Kloctrie Bluo Printing J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITHINr. Big Stono Gap, V.i. Wagon arid Muggy work A Specialty. I have an I p-tn-dafe Machine fo| tiuttiliu mi Uttblier Tires Rlcycle ItcpslrltiR All work iriv "ii |>rompl intention OKUI K 01 IM'III.ICUION Vila.INI \ in the (aerkVOfflceof tho Clrciill ? i.iin nf Wise County, mi the Mli day of March, mil i hsrlcs II. Dickcnsoii. The objci I "i Hos null i- m obtain .i divorce; a vinuolo innlrhiionhi, ii appear trig by. affidavit that Charles II Pieken-, son Is a iHiiMvsidehl of this slate, it is' thcrcfi.nler.il that the said Charloa II. Illckeiisvoi .,|,|,. .it within fliteeudaysnftor line publication of this notice, in the i lerk - Office id out said I mirt, and do l what is necessary to protect his interests. , it is ordered that a copy of thi> order bo , published in tlie lllg stun, (jap Post, n weekly.newspaperof Wise county, for I fihir successive issues, and that another I copy bo poMcd at the front d?or of the ] Court House as rcntilrod by la\t a . upi -Testo! ' t . a .lnil.NSiiN. Clerk. Moll S-tO-18 Dr. King's l\fm Life Pills The best in tho world. R .T. IRVISK. A. KVI.K MOKHo* IRVINE & MORISON. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Otllcu in Intermont Betiding. BlR Stono (Jap. Virgin,;, W. S. MATHEWS. ATTORN EY-AT- LA YV, pffjce on Kirnt Proorlutermonl Bn BIk Stono Gap, Vlrglnl,-). Clot* \lt-Dllon to Coll?llo:,? ?n.l rr..n.M k. i. MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, Intcrtn?nt llMg. lltti 8TONR ft At*, v.t W. T. H U DG ENS " Attornoy-at-Law Office In Skoon BuiIUIku Big Stono Cap, Va. DR. THOMAS F. STALKY. Ref ractionist. Treat* dresses nl the K\e. Ii.tr. So? and Throat. Will bo In Appalaohia I HIST FR|I>U in each month iitit.ll 8 I*. M BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. ?lamiary 8, l'.'l I. I.I. A \ K MIIITII N ii no a. in l.yiichluirg and luterriicillate lionf I'liUnim sleOjlCI1 lllucfll rhiiadclphla via llagcrstowli, Pullman steeper Ronnoke to K > inoiid and Norfolk. AI-.? couiK'i I :.t Illuc-Md with tniln? Westt? l'iiilrnan sleeper 10 ' liiclnnnti n I 'olumbUN, I.KAVK NORTON?3:80 |i m.foi . North, East and West I.KA VF, II II I?TOI?? Ontty 0 0 for Kaiit Itadford, lloanokc. In burg, Petersburg, RIohniond Norfolk Pullman aleepoi to ' ? Y,,rk li.i llngorstowii Ulid Mini bor?. Putiniaii Parlor < nr o. Mi 15:00 p oi for Norfolk and Intcrninli point*. Pullman ftieoiwr* to Sim I p. m, and T::fi |>. iii. (limited it.uns witlt putlmaii aleopora I? ^v > lilgtbn. UnUbniire, Philadelphia New YorK via l.ynclibur? l?oe> > make local atopa, 13 Iii i' in. daily for all point* la:! Hrlstol and l.ynchburg. Com? it Walton .a t>;W p in, "itli tin l..,ni- Kxpraas lor ill pojlbt? ?< liorlhweat. If yon arc thinking of (aklnfj > VOti want i|Uotnll?iiB, obcapeal fair, llnblo and corrcci Infonwiliou as routes, train tehediiles, thomt*i unnii Abloaml quickest way. Write and : infnrmailoti is yoilra lot tin- asking ?t?. of our comptoto Map Poldors W I! IlKVII.I O. P. A. M V 111: T. IV A Roam >., . AUDITORIUM TT 11 ia r as c 1 *. l >r. THE SINS OF THE FATHER By Thomas Dixon, author of the Clansman SEATS ON SALE AT Kelly'? J>ri_ij>; ore Prices: $1.50, $1.00, and 50 cents ENDORSED BY PRESS, PULPIT AND PUBLIC Memphis Commercial Appeal---" 'The Sins of The Father' is a wonderful drama. It tells a story, a positive, moving story, which compels Ihc attention of the audience." Montgomery Advertiser---"There arc modern productions which in the charm and beauty of plot arc perhaps the equal of Dixon's latest work, but none excel it in dramatic intensity. It teems with brilliant epigrams such as only Dixon can write." Wonderful Tributes Have Been Paid This Great Drama Nashville Tenncsscean?"The Vcndome was crowded to witness 'The Sins of The Father,' a powerful drama, Dixon's Masterpiece."