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Special Bargains at Fullers'
During the Holiday Season, oh Ladies' Suits. Coats, Misses and Children's Coats, Boys' Clothing, Furs and Millinery. A look at our stock will convince you th.it we have the goods at the right prices, Fuller Brothers Big Stone Crap, Virginia. TI1K BIO STONfi O A I I'OS WEDNESDAY, DKCJ. Ii), ifil I PuI'IikIumI Kverj Wmiii?*d?j lij Lbu WIS'? PHINTING COMPANY. l,irnrPot?t<Hl C1ILUK11T N. KNIC.HT. BllltOI One Y?nr. Six Months, Thron Months, *t oo .DO KntoriMl scoonllng t, > (MinUt regtilrtttoii4 st Iba pott-?ffleo ?t l;i>; Stone . ?tut.cliu.it nutter SUIiSCRIHl:?s urn earnestly ro quested to observe tlio <1 a t ? - printed mi thoir address --Iii' -, which will koop thoin at all times posted as tu the ditto of tin' expiration of their sub? scription. Prompt ami timeL attention to this roquost will save all parties a groat deal of anhovanco. Mr. Taft is satisfied the ItO p?blioan Elephant will take a candidate its ? n Bir.o Wlso odes ar?- preparing to do their Christmas shopping BkW'i-' i ones lin> e done tl Mr. Tafl's cold is bo much better that yon m ed not semi him your fttvorito remedy. ?lim Mill is right. Lund fer? tility should he conserved, Fu? ture generations will want a little something to eat. Au Anglo-Oerman crisis hri's taken the place of the Franco German crisis. They iilteri it seems, There may bo no now worlds to conquer, but the Lowell school of astronomers can a I ways diBCOVOr a fow more anoale oh Mats. One thing sure, the legal suf? frage states will have to have u bargain sale in poll taxes if they expect women to (jol Up any enthusiasm. With Mr. Bryan stranded on a reef and Mr. Taft laid up with a cold. Champ t'i.irk. Woodrow Wilson and ''Bob" LaFollette had the Hold alone for a few days. Another man has shewn up who can make gold from the baser metals. He was due It is five or six years now since the sucker crop was hat vi Bted on that game, and there must be a new lot ready. A Turk was hero in attend ance at the quartly meeting. In * private talk, he said the Missionar!. :. tarnt from this country did little <<r no good, as Borne told them they mUst be baptised, others told them t.. pour the water on the head, other denominations had their ways. He said this confuted the poor heathen and they did not make much progress in en- 1 lightening the poor Turk. Houakor Herald. Arc the Carolina and Gcorgi Ports Ready for Opening Of Panama. A Rurjctai rdpoi1 Merit me from tin1 Puoillc < ntiBt Rince these articles begun t<> appear says [that in making re.eh for the I opening of the Panama Omul every harbor from San Diego to Prince Hubert Kn.b tind I building break waters, rapine1 brete, extending (lockage fardli iiis. lessening pilotage and stevedoring charges; and thai sending cominorciiil agents Ithroughout tli'' Ka-.t and Kn I rope seeking to stimulate the I demand for ilif products of the [Pacific ('oast. Another report says that practical!) all the big I steamship lines in the world have had representatives ort the Coast during the pits! KuininerJ planning to eutidi a share of thej I new Panama I rattle In the [Coast city a lion jiroflt sharing great expenditures id' energy, and money tire being made in steamship lines. and a*her mining conipaniei in ; of the i'anal Should this plan Alaskan interests, h) thoi.: the Wiist and, there is evi deuce to show , by .1 depart i mental coterie .u Washington, including Colonel OenihalR, of the itshmian Canal Oomniis sion, it is safe to declare that no; a Ion of export fuel coal will g.? into the Carolina or Georgia ports. Moreover, it would take away a large part of such business now going to Norfolk and Newport News, certainly that of fuellitig Gov? ernment vessels There is one other matter which, considered from the Staudpoint of its importance, is fairl) clamoring for attention, namely, the repeal nf otirpbso let ? navigation laws. Not a ship subsidy, mark you! but simply a repeal by Congress of that law which prohibits for sigh-built ships from register ing under the American Hag. That the casual ti ad er may un Candidates Are Working Jusl I liink 1 hat a Nice Prize Will tic Given Away. In nig put forward in I lie con tent for the Standard l*>ly Krause I'ianu liy the candidates. Bvery* thing is lively mid tie- pint.o Beotna to lie mi tlio Li ml; of i pr. oipico with deOp hide.-, at i ho bottenti Voii don't know which hide it v\ ill drop in or which candidate's home it will he placed in. Remember that there are flyo*' pianos to go, one absolutely ft. c (0 the most popular voting lady, and four others at .1 sin ill Cost to the next four most pop? ular young ladies. In your girl m the race! ( ?: your friend!' If so, yon can help her by getting Votcsatid placing tin in to her ctedil. These votOS can be sccurei! by subscribing to the Post mitl paying for one ; year, for which you will receive 1,000 votes; or by trading witht the Kellj Drug Company, who will give 200 votes on every] dollar received on general stock \ and 600 votes on every dollar rocoi<? e?l in their jew elry tie- [ pnrtmoht? It yon are not a subscriber to the Post semi in your sttliscrip tion at once Mini Cast your bill lot for the young lady you ml mire. If you orb already a sub? scriber tind'urn in arrears, pay up and do likewise. The standing of the various candidates appeals elsewhere in this issue, I good as n irieinh|?f of the House NORNAI For All Children: Dear Children; I have a mail box at Goodloe Brothers Store for you to write for anything in the windows. ? Yours truly, SANTA CLAUS. public, in brag (hat ours is tlu? oidy, or largest store in the State or section; neither to dwell on lietieOus statements of aiiy kind in order (.0 gel your trade. A plain statenieitt of (acts is what \Ve shall make, as we want to hold your trade mice you patrouize us. and prefer to aeeeomp Ish our aim by giving full value for your money, prompt service and courteous treatment; W e are very careful to see that our goods are as represented and that our stock is ahS'liys new and fresh. We name below some of our goods to illustrate our assert ion that we handle V\ eryt hi nu in (?rocorios and also a full line of Meats: Canned Goods Fruits Breakfast Foods Miscelaneons | lalsup Mi.v. a N ut-* Bri:acl Vaunt ttuttoi Aimoiujs, etc ''Mothers" FRESH MEATS. We handle Swift's Fresh, S ilt and Cured Meats, Breakfast Bacon, Premium Cooked and Boneless Hams, etc. We will have some nicely assorted Fruit Baskets for Christmas. We solicit a share of your trade. Call at our store. Lit t re I building, corner Wyandotte A.ve. and Bast Fifth St. Phone No.3^ I Nickels Grocery Company, Big Stone Gap. Virginia. Open from 5 a. in. to 10 p. m. Free and Prompt Delivery. I Caking Powder ,i j 1 .aundr\ Soap w Rvuporated Fruits Candies Full line of Mixed I IVnnv and I Slick Candies Fruit Cake Supplies