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July Clearance Sale!
at Ford ? McConnell's, ?tfPAVSjgghV This being our first sale in Appalachia, we will, before quoting prices, first explain its object, and our methods of conducting the same. FIRST. Our only object is to reduce stock on which we have a surplus, and seas? onable goods which must be moved to make room for Fall stock. SECOND. All reduced prices quoted by (is will be genuine, and in most cases will be figured at 20 to 25% from the regular selling price. This will mean that if we quote a SI.00 article at 75c it will be an actual $1.00 value and not 75c. THIRD. No mis-leading or sensational statements will be made in this circular. It is intended for people who know and appreciate the value of good merchandise, and who would not expect us to fulfill impossible: statements if the)' were made. We do not herald this sale as the greatest event in the world's history: it is not our intention to go out of business at present; we have noSIO suits to sell at $1.98, etc., etc., and our store will not be closed to change prices, but the original prices will remain on the goods, and in this way the customer can see that the reduction is a material saving. SOME~?F TH^T JFS EDUCrriCXFtfSs MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING 20 Per Cent. Reduction. $25.1*0 Suits.to go at $20 00 22.60 " . " " 18.00 20.00 *' " " 10.00 18.00 " _. " " 14.40 16.00 " . " " 12.00 12.60 " . " " 10.00 10.00 " . " *' 8.00 7.60 Pants and Knee SuitH .. f..no 6.60._ 6.80 6.00 " " " " 4.00 " " " " 3.60 l.oo 3.20 'J.hii 2.40 3.00 " " ? " " 2.60 " " " " . . . 2.00 1.50 " " " " .. 1.20 No reduction on overalls. MEN'S OXFORDS $4.?ti Values .to close $3 2fl 8.60 " .... " 2.76 A large Stock of Kdwin Olapp $6.60 und .ft;.no Oxfords, nil sizes . to close at |4.76 No reduction on shoes, except odd stock and sizes. "MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS John B, Stetson's, all grade? $3 26 Special prices Oh all other stock, one lot of $1126; $1.60 and $1 7.. values .toclouoat $l.on LADIES' SUITS. DRESSES, WAISTS AND SKIRTS, "WOOLTEX" SUITS INCLUDED 20 Per Cent. Reduction. $25.00 Suits nntl Drosses 22:60 " " " ... 2?.?0 " " " ... is.no " " 15.00 " ?? " 12.60 " 10 i"I Skirts and Waists 7.60 0,00 3.60 ;| no 1.60 j>20 00 18.00 10.00 14.40 12.00 in no 8.?? I', ,i M i 4.80 4.00 1.20 TRUNKS, BAGS AND SUIT CASES 20 Per Cont. Off. 26c Mattings to close |Qc LACE CURTAINS AND WHITE QUILTS All to j>o at special prices. MILLINERY, one third off. some very desirable hals and shapes lo selccl from. 20 Per Cent, reduction on all rib? bons. CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND BOYS' WASH SUITS ?3.00 values .to close $2.2(1 '-?..Ml ?j.imi 1.76 i ;60 1.2? L00 ..'hi 1 .'.'(i 1.60 itao 1.10 DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND TRIMMINGS 2? Per Cent. Reduction. Everything in this line reduced. T I" li. 00 6,00 4.00 a..mi 11.00 'J.Ml 2.00 1.60 1.25 LOO ,68 UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS values to oIobc 4.5(1 3.76 3.00 2.75 2.38 L90 1 ilu K10 :96 .80 .till .to In addition to the above many other items will f;o in the sale at bargain prices. No reductions will be made on shirts, hosiery, ladies' shoes and oxfords, corsets and a few other staples.__ Our first year's business in Appalachia has been very pleasant and satisfactory, for which we thank our many friends and customers, and extend to all an invitation to visit our store during this sale. FORD & McCONNELL, Appalachia, Va. SPECIAL I BARGAINS I in Second-Hand I Upright I jpiANOsf gj change (a* |>ail pay) fur an ArtWtle fill 5 Stielt or a Matctili'm Hhaw. They |!| w ar# at gno.1 a* nea ami 1? perfect g| H . :,..? Priori from i\i)Cl up. raj B if you wai.t a bargain ii. x piano, u w write ns Uxta> fer <tevrf|4H>ii, price S k auJ lern?. I Chas. M. Stieff, 1 E Factory liraneh War*room* a f 71? Mali: Kl.. I.ynchburK, Va ? 8 C W, WiiirMKHt, Mtuugcr. B fem ffffwrffrifiiMtin?J irirm?v nirn The man who it governed by s good wife is well and wisely ruled. ABualacliia Notes L. W. Jenkins and family Imvo moved tu Ooelmrn. Miss Minnie Marlowe, of Mendota, is the guest of friends! in town. Miss Burgiss had as her house guests nt Mrs. Carrier's, Mr. and Mrs. Burgiss, Mi Mumie B?rgin and Slis? Man Jones, of Rocky Mount, N 0. j Mrs. Carrier, Mrs. Burgiss and : Miss Jonefl spent Saturday at j Norton. W. Q, Bong and s/jfo are at ! iuime from a visit with Clint I wood relatives. Mrs. Charlie Cartwright gave birth to twin babies lust Wed jnotday. The little boy died and was carried by bis" father to Bristol for interment. Moth er and daughter arc doing nice lly. Mrs. A. B. Kaylor had quite an attack of touaolltis the lat ! ter part of last week. W. K. Lee went to Norton Saturday on business. Miss Bonnie Klliott is the guest of friends in Corbin, Ky. Min*.-* Blir.abnth nnrl Uuth Guntner vir!ted lliolr grand j father at Bristol last I'Viday. I'aul Stover spent one day day last week in Bristol o.i business', NV. N. Breeding and two daughters visited at Pinevillo, Ky., the first ol last week. Mrs..I. A. Kavier and Mrs. \V. II. Tompkius were enter-1 tallied nt Mrs. Whltohead'a atj Norton last W Idtiy. Mrs. K. A. Bibb spent last Friday in Bristol. Misses Kita und Addee Oleok, of Si. Paul visited their brother and sister during the Ith. Mr. and Mrs. M. 1?. Collier are very happy over the arrival of a boy at their home Tuesday morning, Miss Maria Burgess has as her gueets her mother, father and sister and Mary Jones, of Kooky Mount, N. 0. Miss Minnie H?rrowo, of Mondota, ? ? visiting Mrs. Wag? ner this week. Mrs. Litton, of Loo county, is visiting Mrs. M. L. StuVi lard. J. Bush was registered at the Windsor Hotel Monday Mr. and Miss Oleek called on the Dollies and Muthows at Stonegn Sunday. Mrs. Otis Mouser and MIkh Ruble Kemper were guests of Mrs. E. B. Moumir Sunday. |)r. Harry Smith is spending a few days with his parents lien1. Mrs. \V. A. Raker was shop ping in Appalachia Wednes? day. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mc.Oonuell entertained at dinner on Wed? nesday. 'I hose present were Mrs. Burgess and daughters, Misses Mamio and Maria, Miss Marv Jones Miss Kathern Oleek, Mr. Oleek und Mr. Glen? wood. Misses Etta and AddyeCleek! stoppeil oll' u few dayB with their sister ami brother, leav? ing Wednesday for Bristol and Abingdon where they will visit relatives. J. S. McConnell wont to (Joe hum on business Wednesdny. GREENWOOD BURGESS. Un last Sunday at the resi? dence of Dr. Hall ut Norton, Va., Miss Maria Bargees be came the bride of Dr. W. - M. Greenwood. Rev. Dr. Watson performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of T. G. Burgess of Rockey Mount, N. C., and has made many friends during her stay here the past spring aud summer , as the head of Ford and McConnells millinery department. Dr. Greenwood is a native of Ches tertowu, Md., coining here a few mouths ago as manager of the lntermont Drug Store. PROGRAM. Following in the program of the Fifteenth Annual Conven? tion of the Churches of Christ to be held at Pennington Gap .July 'Jiith to 03rd: THURSDAY JULY 20. 7:80a. n. 1'reaching by A. K. Kotiert - sou. FRIDAY JULY 81 9: 00 a, in Devotional Services by Thomas Daugherty. 9:30 a. in. lAddreaa of Welcome by O, tV, Horton. iirspnu.se by the President, 10 00 a. m of Minutes ot last Meeting. 10 HO a in Kurolliiient of Delegates ami appointment of Committees. 11 00 a. in Preaching Uy A. K Stone AlUOl'IINMllNT. 1DO p in. Devotional Services by I.. C. Bhel bourn. 9:15 p. in. Committees on Ways anil means, Obituaries, Time ami Place Nomination ami Reaolutlous. 8:80 p in. Report of Kvaugetlats, 8:00 p, m. NKKDS OK TUR FIELD.? The FJdership, by Joseph llobba. The Deaeonahlp, by .1, P, Miller. Meeting on Oie First Day of the Week, by L i Shelhoume, ami others. I malices, hy W. P. itaker ami Morgan Shu pc I 'o operation of the Churches, by .1 P. Win, W S. l'altou anil Others. AlUotTllNUF.Xl, 7:80 p, in I'rearhlng hy O. W. Reeden, "Klghtly Handling the Word." Saturday; july 99. '.l ima 111. Devotional Servters by Itev. Charles Hunter 9:15 a 111. Report of Churches. Heport of Committee* ami Unfin lulled. Until) eas. 10:40 a. at. Educational Address by s T. Willis President Virginia I hrislian College. A DJOUHN MUNT '?J isl p. in. Devottoiwl Services hy A, I.. R usuell. 8:15 p. nil How to Uutld the Bible School, by Prof, Marcuni. 9 45 p. 111. How to Maintain lbs Bible School, by Prof, K. C. Young. 8:15 pi 111. Ulble School Work of the State hy II. C. Combi .1 45 i> in Prayer Meeting?, by it Hop iroodaud l.ogau Garrett, AlUOl'IISMKXT. 7:80 p n>. Devotional Bervieeeby itev. 1'ope Lecture by Hon. A. A. Taylor, "The Pa-slug of the Sword 81 NDAY, JIM.Y 93. 11:00s, 10 Devotional Services by G. W. llea.leii Pleaching hy H. C, Combs. wool UNUKXT. 3:00p 111. I'leaehiug by Ci II. I.lvessy, "Making a Mtssieuary." Every Church is ie<iuc?ied to send Delegate*. Let us make this our lie<*t Conven? tion 1- 1 You have heard the ex pression, "1 would give all 1 possess (or 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 late saw their error. Don't put such things oft. it you have a fam? ily or a child of whom you are very fond, have their pictures taken. Don't leave it for to? morrow, for tomorrow may never come. Do it now while there is ? health and strength, while the family circle is unbroken. BIG STONE OAP.VA. |Mtl_-__:-... , i^aj R .T. IRVINK. A. RYUllng^,' IRVINE & MORISON ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Office in lutf rnioiit llu?din?. Big Stono Gap. Virginia. W. S. MATHEWS^ ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Office on First Kloor I iiterinur.l Iluil u Bl? Stono Cap, Virginia? Clo<? AttvnNuQ toCollmlODtanJ l'un.tt a.-? MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, lntoriunr.t ltldg. Bin STONK(up,t| A. C. ANDERSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Intermont Building Bin Stono Gap, Vltglnla Notary Public; Collection! and Heal y,.t\\ D. F. ORR, BIG STONE GAP, - VA.. Office lu Polly Building. Office Bonn?H to Yl a. in.; I to 5 D Dr. C. E. GREEAR, Dentist, Big Stono Gap, - Vii ?i-ia. Office in Polly Building. Omc? Ihn.its?li to I J; l to 5 W. T. H U DG ENS Attornoy-at Law Offlcn In Skoon Building Big Stono Gap, Va. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Tront? Ulsefteou of tho Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL. TENN. vVIII bo In Applaachla Tlilrd Friday In Each Month, otiisaat FOX &. PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Stono Gap. Va. Harlan.Ky lli-pnrla and estimates nil Coi tier l-ands. I.Vslgu and Plan* of I Coke Planta, Laud. Ilallroad anil Miu Engineering, Electric Itlun 1'rlnlitig J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSrvl ITH I Nu Bik Stono Gap. Va Wagon and Huggy \mrk A Special!}, I linvo an rp-lti-datu Mucliim ? !? on ltublier Tires. Illoycle !:., Ail work given prompt attention, MALGOLM SMITH. Civil and Mining Engineer. Polly Building. BIU STONE QAP, VA. Examinations and Reports, Sui?f)i, I'lans and Designs. DR. THOMAS F. STA LEY, Refractionist. Treats discard* ol the Eye, I?-. N?? and Throat. Will be in Appalachla r'IHST KM DAY In each month until 8 I'. M BRISTOL; TENN.-VA. sit;? Schedule in Fltact June U, it'll I.KAVE NOIITO N??:?0 a> "! f"r Lynchburg and Intermed Ilona. Pull>?ui aleepor Bluellcld ? New York via llageratowu ?" Pullman sleeper lti.iin.itc mond and Norfolk. Alao i ou at llluefield With Iran.-* w. Pullman steeper to Cincinnati ?>.<i ColUMbua, LEAVE NOHTOX ? 2 :80 p,'w fi North. K?st and West. LEAVE HltlSTOL-lmlly. 6:1 for East ltaclf.mt, Roanoki burg, Petersburg, Blohmi Norfolk. Pullman alee pel 1 to New Y..rk via Hageratoi Harrlabnrg. Pultman llrrloi i ? Kiobmond. IS p in. for Norfolk and luteum potnte, Pullman Sleeper* to ^01?:h i :!I8 p. m. and 7:86 p. in. (limited sow iraliiM with pullmau sleepers to " inglon, Baltimore. Phlladolphl? aw New York via Lynehburg. Ikicaooi make local stops. 14:16 p.m. daily for all points Ik<-*?u Bristol auil Lynehburg. Counei U ? Walton at ,*i:40 p. in. with the ? Loula Kzpreu for all polnU northwest. If yon are thinking of taking ? ?* YOU want quotation*, cheapest i u ?; liable and. correct InlbrmMkm routes, train schedules. i lie most " abteaiul quickest way. Write ami Information is youra for the aaklng ??" one of our complete Map Eoliler? W. 11. IIkvii i. li P. A. If , ft BnaOO, T. P A. ltuaucke, i? CASTOR IA For Iafaata and Children. I*. Kind Yoa Ha? Always BoiigM Bears the Signatur* of