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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, September 11, 1912, Image 3

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A Good Fruit Salad
Make it from apples, bananas, oranges, and pineapples
cut into small cubes. Cover it with a rich cream
dressing made from
Virgin Olive Oil
This particular fruit salad makes a delightful and
relished entree, but the finishing touch is supplied by
the olive oil you use. Don't use any other but Virgin
Olive Oil if you want to get the best results.
JELLY X>RXJC5r COIVH^ANY,
Storo 1
till i>. \V. A. Makir, M.I>
Gilmer & Baker,
Fhyslcians and Surgeons
Hhcel "> ?'?'"> lluil<linK,
bic Stone aap, Virginia.
Iis answurml promptly.
Bookkeeping
Higher Accounting
Shorthand
Typewriting
Tolography
BRISTOL. TENN.-VA.
LOCAL ITEMS.
IV. P. McDowell of Bristol,
Jniamong the traveling men
|atown the past week.
.Miss Pearl Mann returned
Ihturday from un extended
lit to rolativoa and friends in
Scott county.
II. N*. Broylos, of Norton, wan
knotig tin- business men from
NtiUter town in the tlap last
A. K. Mann rotiiruod last
Iieek from ah extended trip to
intern Btates, including a visit
a his sinter, Mrs. Bryant, in|
Itah.
Geo. W. Wright, of Marion, j
Ivas among the out of-town vls
Ptors here last week.
Miss Mary Hayn, of Balti
?more, arri ved in the Gap Tues
l'liy night to lako charge of
Ifuller Brothers' millinory de
|partm?ni.
II. B. Price, Jr., of Stonega,
nit Sunday in the flap.
Qeo. W. Harrington, of Rich?
lind, wan registered at the
I Moo to Vista Saturday.
C 8. Pendleton, of Hill Sin
Itiun, Scot i county, the new Re
||idblicun districtchairjnan, was
i town one day last week on
iliticut business.
A. C. Bay, of Mandrake,
Kv, was a visitor to Big Stone
jOap Monday, and while here
ml tins office a pleasant cull.
J. W. Haut was on the sick
Jl'i-i M'vi-ral days > last week
[threatened with appendicitis.
IV, W. Biokley and mother,
jMfs. Laura Bickloy, are visit
[I'H relatives and friends at
I'ungaiiuon, Scott County, this
*eek.
I 0, Day, of Mandrake, Ky.,
I Fused through town Tuesday
toroute to Tusoulum Colloge,
! ?SO.-, where he will attend
?t'htiel tho coming year.
Dr. 0, It. Bowyer, chief of
! Stonega Hospital corpB
?pent Sunday here with friends.
U. V. Jones has returned
'torn a business trip through
r.asteru Kentucky, where he
"?nded a nice bunch of orders.
Q- A. Smith, II. N. Broyhm
IM \\ in. p. (Jocko, were among
loose from Norton who were
"niiturs here lost week.
James and Kirnball Matter
?"d W. H. Uildorsleovo were
n*re from MiddloBboro, Kriday.
. Hollenbeck, who has been
? the local offices of the lntor
lilroad Company for
jeveral months has been trans
,r" i to Stonega as ussistant
>!{ent at that place.
?^r? A. J. Confer has return,
'f"iii a visit to Qreenaburg
j*., and will remain hero un
'"her husband, who has the'
""?tract for plastering the new
federal building finishes the)
c?utract.
Herbert Lipscomb and H. s.
Snott, of Norfolk, spout Friday
in the (lap.
W. B. Kilhnurn, district ugnnt
of tho South Atlantic Lifo In?
surance Company, spent lust
week in ami around Norton in
the interest of his company.
It is thought now that the
new Government building will
he completed by October 15th.
Guy L. Pugh, of Bristol,
spent Sunday here with friends.
P. W. Slemp, of Cumberland
Gap, came in Sunday for a visit
with friends and relatives here.
Bugene Brown left Monday
for Ohnrlottsville, where be
will attend school at the Uni?
versity of Virginia.
J. M. McLemore loft Satur?
day for the University of Vir?
ginia, where he is" taking u
course in law.
W. B. Church, who is now
connected with a shoe and har?
ness factory at Welch, \V. Va.,
came in Tuesday for a visit
with his family. *
Dr. D, F. Orr spent last week
ut Dryden and oilier Lee county
points in the practice of his
profession, dentistry.
Mrs. (J. F. Beverley, of Hlue
fleld, is visiting relatives and
friends in the (lap this week.
Rev, Wagner, pastor of the
Southern Methodist Church ut
Norton, preached for Mr Suth
erland Friday night in tho se?
ries of meetings lie is conduct?
ing ut this place.
Mrs. ,1ns. II Jeffries, Mrs.
Geo. II. Reese, Mrs, A. (1. Put
terson and Mrs. VVm. Buroh
(ield, of Piuevilte, Ey., are
guests of Mrs. R, I.. Parks at
the Monte Vista Hotel.
K. M. Andrews, of Greens?
boro, N. 0., was among the
guests at the Monte Vista Sat?
urday.
J. M. Hoilge, accompanied
hi his niece, Miss Gibbs, return?
ed last week from an extended
visit to relatives ami friends in
Massachusetts, and other east?
ern states.
Dr. Tims F. Staley. a popular
Bristol specialist, spent Thurs?
day night in the (lap, en route
to Appalachia. where he spends
the hrst Friday in each month
on profesrional business.
The .United, Daughters of
the Confederacy Chapter will
meet with Mrs. Coe.hran this
afternoon (.Wednesday) at four
o'clock. All the members ure
requested to be present.
The macadamizing of tho
road into Imboden has been
completed. This is u splendid
piece of road and is very scenic
in appearance.
Since the completion of a
number of tho roads in this
section automobiles are becom?
ing as "thick us hops," and
more are soon to make their
appearance.
Special pictures ut the Amu/.u
Friday night. T h e United
Daughters of the Confederacy
Chapter wiil have charge of
the show on this occasion.
Albert Lyons, a prominent
business man of Rogersville,
was a business visitor to the
Gap one day last week.
Harry M. Smythe, editor of
the Appalachia Progressive,
returned last week from a ten
days visit to home folks in
j Tazewell.
L. B. Howard, of Jouesville, i
wos in town Saturday.
Tho United Daughters of the
Confederacy Chapter will have
charge of the moving picture
show on next Friday night.
Special pictures wl'.l be shown.
The dummy will make Hpecinl
trips to the L, & N. to bring all
who wish to come.
J. 0. und W. U. Fuller, of the
local firm of Fuller Brothers,
who are interested in four large
stores in this nnd Lee counties
and a wholosale store at Knnx
ville, returned Baturday from
tho F.aslnrn murkelu where
they went to purchase fall nnd
winter merchandise.
Mrs. L. J. Poaroh and grand,
sou, Charles Fowler, who have
been spending the summer with
relatives in Greene County,
Teuu., arrived in the Gap last
Thursday and will make this
place their home. Mrs. Poarch
has rented apartments in tbe
Touraine and will open a dross
making establishment, and her
grandson will attend school.
Mrs. J. F. Pay no is visiting
relativos and friends in Char
lottsvlllo.
Fred Kompor, who has been
visiting his sisters, Mrs. Otis
Mouser and Miss Ruby Kemper
in the Gap, left for his home in
Kvansville.lnd., Monday night.
Mr. Yorborough, of the Inter?
state Railroad oftice force at
this place, returned last wook
from a visit to relatives and
friends iu Richmond and other
Virginia cities.
Harry Torbort, superintend?
ent for the Plowman Construc?
tion Company on tho govern?
ment building at this place has
returned from Philadelphia,
where he accompanied- h i s
family. Tho work on this
building is now about complete
and the work if making the
side walks around the building
and beautifying the premises
has been begun.
With the public works thut
an* going on in this section nnd
the building of good roads,
everybody that will work can
i got. all the work they can do at
I good wages.
I Hy going to the moving pic?
ture show Friday night you as?
sist the United Daughters of
tho Confederacy Chapter and
jot the same time will bo highly
j entertained.
I The public school at this
I place has started off with
splendid prospects for a gooil
school. The attendance is
j verv large and the pupils seem
well pleased with the teachers.
New Fall Hats
We have now on display our line of
new Ready-to-Wear Fall Hats. Come in
and see the new styles. New standard
fashions just come in. The most perfect
fitting patterns made. Try one and you
will be convinced.
J. M. Willis & Company.
Enamel Ware
that lias been thoroughly test?
ed to the highest degree from
point of quality, service and
and appearance is the kind we
sell, Huckets, steamers, pots,
pans, kettles, and vessels for
all purposes you'll find here.
Hamfolen Bros.
star sshoe: shop
H. T. PAYNE, Proprietor.
Opposite .the Meate VUla Hotel. Big stone Gap, Va.
Hall Soles furnished In any Unit ol lealhtr. Rubber Heels, Heel Plates.
Sbup equipped for machine and band hall sole work. Machine sewed work
done lor ten cents less on the pair than anywhere In towu.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
If you want to save money en toolwear buy Iron n>> Hoe ol
rebuilt and slightly used shoes. PRICES VFRY LOW.
?muzu caf^je:
A. L. GAZO, Proprietor.
Meals, Lunches, Sandwiches and Hot Coffee
at all hours.
New and up to-date ray-time music direct from
the publishers.
The only music store in Biff Stone Gap.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Cash Lunch Stand
R H. BRYANT, Proprietor. _____
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Regular Table Boarders Taken.
Also Groceries Fresh Fish, Ice Cream, Cold
Drinks, Bread, Cakes and Fruits in Season.
K. T. IKVtXB. Piwi. W. T. GOOnLOE. Tic? Pr??- '. 8c?>. K. P. BARROX, Treu
Interstate Finance & Trust Co.
Big Stone Cap. Va.
Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $60,000,00.
Thli bank, under new management, will continue the business opoc
conscrvatltc line-.
SAFETY: Our Motto. SECURITY: Our Pau-word.
Interest Paid on Time Peewits.
DIRECTORS.
R. T. IKVtXK, W. T. UOOKLOR.
H. 0. UOKISOX, . C. S. CAKTRK.'
A. K. MOKISOX. J. t% II \ V IM.!::..
\Y. W. TAYLOR, J. W. KKLL.Y.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
"They are all that you
claim for them, more than
I dared hope for"
This is what women say who
?re wearing the
You have rcail about it anJ
heard about it, but until you
walk in it you can not imagine
how comfortable it really is.
H is firm like any other shoe yet th?
tanning by the special Kctl Cross pr-j
ccss Is so perfect that the ReJ Cross
Shoe follows every movement of your
foot. It entltely prevents the burning,
drawing and aching that .tiff soles
cause. It is sbsolutely comfortable tho
moment you put it on.
Come in and try on tho new Fall
Styles. Oifords J3.50 and $?. High
Shoes $4 and $5.
_ bends with your foot
Leo* lor Uil.
W. W. Taylor & Sons.
For sale by Local Contractors or Roofers
or Cortriffht Metal Roofing Company, 50 N.
23d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Big Stone Gap Bakery Co.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT,
We solicit the patronage of the people
of the town. Anyone desiring hot rolls
should send in their orders by 2 p. m.,
and same will be delivered between
five and six o'clock. Cakes should be
ordered the day before desired.

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