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The Big Stone Gap post. (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, November 20, 1912, Image 3

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r WHY NOT PUT A VICTOR-VICTROLA
IN YOUR HOME THIS CHRISTMAS?
The musical instrument that every one can play; that every
one can afford.
Its remarkable variety of music and entertainment gives
pleasure to everyone, and its wonderful tone is a delight every
day in the year.
You surely don't want to be without a Victor-Victrola in
your home; and you don't need to be for there's a Victor-Vic?
trola at whatever price von want to pay?$15, $25, $40, $50, $75,
$i00, $150, $200.
Come in today and hear this wonderful instrument and
find out about our easy payment plan.
X>**UGr Company,
i A.r.iLMtri.M. n. w.a. iuk*?, >i
Gilmer & Baker,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Officti In Tolly UnlMIng,
bin Stone Cnp, VlrKin'n.
All call? anfiwureil promptly.
BRISTOL Bookkeeping
pITV Mi?lior Accountln
Shorthand
T y Duwrititi".
BUSINESS
COLLEGE Tol3Braphy
BRISTOL. TENN.-VA.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Mrs. .1. H. Skeen, of Turkoj
(love, was shopping in tho Gap
Monday.
I'M ward Mouser, of Appala?
chian was visiting his brother,
"'tis Mousor, in tlu' Gap Sun
day.
W. II. Horton left Sunday
night on a trip to Snced villc.
Tenn.
Mrs. A ('. Mnthnson, who
has been very sick for several
weeks, is improving.
Dr. L). P. Orr spent a few
days last week in Keok.n
professional biisinees.
Mrs. I!. 1.. Parks returned
Sunday from a visit to relativer
and friends in Pineville, Ky.
0. F. Blantpn is spending a
few days this week in Cincin?
nati) on business.
C F. Hagau, of Bristol, spent
Saturday night in town.
'The celebrated Wachiisett
Pajamas and night rohes on
display at C. S. Carter's,?adv.
Fred Heaver, of C.irtorton,
Ga., is visiting VY. .1. Christian
in tlie (lap this week;
Q. \V. Mcdoldrick, of Knox
ville, was a visitor to the Gap
one day last week.
Miss Madge Dingess spent u
few days the past week visil-i
irig friends in Corbin.
Up-to-date line of shoes for
men, women ami children, at
I lor ton's?adv.
W. \V. tlildersleeve, of .lohn
son City, Tenn., was here Fri?
day looking after business mat?
ters at the local tannery.
i'scar Lord, a popular res
lau rant keeper, at Norton,
?pent Friday in the (Jup.
Nice lot of good wall paper
it a low price, while it lusts, at
SV. G, Colitis.?-adv
Mrs. M. V. Wells iuts re?
turned from a visit with friends
und relatives in Tennessee^
VY, II. Carrier, of Stonega,
stationer for the Stonega Coke
& Coul Company, was a busi?
ness visitor to the (tup on last
Thursday,
B. L. Armstrong, of Knox
villo, wits among the traveling
men in the GaP ,as' week.
Monte Brothers' candies .an t
be beat. Nice assortment to
select from ut the Nickels Gro?
cery Company.?udv.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wampler
BpentSunuay with Mrs. Wump
br's parents, Uev. and Mrs.
McConnell, at (lute City.
C. C. Kelly, who has been
connected with a coal company
at Thorp, W, Va , for some
lime, bus accepted a position
with the Ksser Coal and Coke
Company at Ksserville.
VV. M Young was up from
Turkey Cove Friday on luisi i
n.'s-,.
Sec the now arrivals of house j
slippers at Fullers'?in all stylos
niul colors.
Dr. .1 VV. Holts lias moved i
Iiis dental parlors from the
Goodloe building al this place
to Norton, where he will prnc
tice his profession.
II. ('. Bailey, n prominent
traveling man of Lancaster,
Ky., was in town Saturday.
Ask about the new rut poison
Ol Hamiden Brothers, adv.
.1. \V. I lohnst;, of Indianapo?
lis, Ind.. and A. K . Debusk, of
Dryden, spent the past week
in the i tap visitinn their sister, I
Mrs. J, It. Witt and other rel?
atives.
According to a market report,
the Louisville and Nashville
railroad has ordered l>,000 tons
of bridge steel from the Virgin?
ia Bridge and Iron Company ai |
P.oanoko
II. \v. Torbort, superintend I
out on the (loverhtncnt build?
ing for the Plowman Construc?
tion Company, returned Sun-:
day night from a trip to Phila?
delphia.
The demonstration at the!
Nickels Grocery Company to?
day will be interesting, and
you should not fail to attend.? !
adv.
(i. W. Ithodenhiser, telephone j
lineman for the StOltegn trunk
line spent Sunday in town with j
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. I>. II. Bostic
ami Mnster Jack Cox returned
last week from a visit with Mrs
Bustle's sister, h Mrs. Brown,]
at VYhitosbiirg, Tenii,
Candies, Candies, Candies;
the best the market atfords at
the N ickel- Gr.ry Company. I
adv.
J. S. Cheyney, superintend?
ent of the Stoiiega Cilliery
Company at Glamorgan, was
in town last Thursday on busi-1
ness.
it, B, Gobble, of Bristol, was
a business visitor to Big Stone
(Inj? one day last week.
Any one Wishing pies, cakes
or .-nit rising light bread for
Thanksgiving, phone Mrs. M.
It McCorkie, Pres. Ladies Aid
Society of the Christian Church,
not later than Monday before
Thanksgiving.
Booms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. ('. K. Bird, near the pub?
lic school building.?adv.
( in last Thursday a dark coat
was taken by mistake or inten?
tionally .from the ticket office
at the base ball park, ami if
the one who got it will kindly
return it to S. B. McCorklothey
will be rewarded.?adv.
Come in and let us crown
you with a Knox Bat?keenest
styles you over saw.?C. S.
Carter.?ad v.
VV. K. Sax ton and family has
moved into the Young property
On Gill) A venue recently vaca?
ted by K. 1>. Morrison and
family.
Miss Kster Ksser, the popular
and accomplished daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ksser, of
Norton, is the guest of Mrs. It.
B. Alsover, in the Gap this
week.
"Komet Shape" Shoes for
men, best made?$4.00 and j.'. oo
at Fuller Brothers ?adv.
Hunter McCorkl?, who lias
boon taking a course in the
National Automobile School, at
Washington I). C, arrived in
town Tuesday.
You're comfortable and well
dressed when you have on n
Hurt Shalfner and Marx suit;
Olapp shoes, Manhattan shirt
and Knot Hat. You get them
at i'. s. Carter's.?udv.
The Foreign Missionary So?
ciety of the Southern Method
ist Church will meet this after
noon at the church ut three
o'clock.
\Y. K, Wolfe went over to
Bristol Monday afternoon to
attend a reception at Sullina
College Monday night.
Robert Amos and wife and
child and I' II. Olihger, of
Preacher, spent. Sunday in
town, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.lames Body.
'i. L. Piigh, who has been
located in Bristol for several
ye irs past, spent Sunday in the
Ottp, und went from here to St.
Paul, when he will be connect
ed with the wholesale grocer)
lirm of Dickenson, hull' ami
Hun by.
This week is being observed
us a week of prayer by tho
Indies of the Home Mission So
cietv of the Southern Method
ISI Church and services are he
ing held every afternoon at the
different homes of members of
the society.
Nonce Fuller Brothers show
windows this week for holies'
house slippers and "Korrecl
SIlUpu" Shoes, -adv.
I Y. .lessee, of Johnson City,
is visiting his parents, Mr ::ml
Mrs. B, ?!asset), in the ilap,
having come up lust week On
account ol the illness of his
mother, who has been vert
sick for about ten .lay, but who,
wo are glad to state, is improv?
ing.
Messrs. James (iaylor and .1.
I\. Floyd, prominent capitalists
of New York City, ami officials
of the Sheffield Coal and Iron
Company, spent a couple of
days hist week in the Gap in
connection with the transfer of
the Wise Terminal to the Inter?
state Bail road Company.
Those who like to see curiosi?
ties in the vegltable world can
certainly see ono in the Irish
potaloe line by calling at this
utiico. This special potaloe
consists of eight potatoes grown
together, and the lot weighing
about six pounds. It was raised
by Frank Graham, on his farm
bolow town.
Newest new things for well
dressed men now roady. Spe
ciul styles designed for young
men; Hurt Shall tier and Marx
latest models in suits und over?
coats?C, S. Carter.?udv.
Tho operation performed on
Miss Kita Cuwood on lust Wed?
nesday by Drs. Giliner, Baker
and Fainter for appendicitis
was entirely successful, and
the young lady is gutting along
us well as could 0e expected.
Misses Sophia Benedict anil
Bruce Skeen spent Suuduy vi?.
Hing friends in Stonega.
There will be a unique ser?
vice at tho Christian Church
Sunday night. Five laymen
will preach five minute ser?
mons. K Very body invited.
Miss Ruth Jones went over
lo Bristol lust week on a visit
to Miss Rosa Scharf.
I Q. M. Brown returned Satur?
day night from Richmond,
whore h e took Mrs. Brown
about a week ago for medical
treatment. It wan found that
an operation was necessary,
which was successfully per
formed at the Johnson & \V i I -
Iis Sanitarium, and the laet re?
port was that she was getting
ulong title.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cum
tilings ha ye returned from thoir
bridal trip. They will go to
housekeeping December 1st in
R, 11. Bruce'? property near
the Southern MethodistCburch,
Mrs. Bruce going to Washing?
ton at that lime to spend the
winter with her parents.
Miss Lillie George, who spent
several weeks in the Gap visit?
ing her sister, Mrs. J. K. Pay n?,
returned to her home in Char
lot te vi lo lust week.
Mr. K. 11. Klemroth, the offi
cial who has supervised tne
erection of the government
building at this place, left Tues?
day morning for Fairmont, W.
Va., where he will supervise
j the erection of another govern?
ment building. Mr. Klemroth
has made many friends during
his slay in the Gap, and they
all wish him well.
K. S. Wombwell, who has
been representing the Stonegn
Coke and Coal Company at
Anhville, N. C, for several
months, was in town last week,
enroute to Pittsburg, Pa., in
the interest of his company.
Mr. Wombwell .was formerally
chief coke inspector for the
Stonega (Company.
There is a chill in the
November air.'
TH E
STANDARD
Fashion Sheet
for November
Offers suggestions for
Comfort and Style.
Get one in our
Pattern Department FREE.
J. M.Willis & Co.
r-?
( New Store. New St
When you want strictly fresh ^S8|
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Flour, Feed, Fresh Meats,
Butter, Eggs, Fruit, etc.
call on or telephone
H. L. Lane Grocery Co
Phone 147?-3 rings.
PROMPT SERVICE. PREE DELIVERY.
g;_P._ BURGESS,
/Vt Al. C. Bostlo's Ol?. vTSttillcl,
lias and will keep in stock fresh goods of Leggett's
and Curtis' brands, and a complete line of
J???t * 11 > I?.* iii>ti Pfiiioy (?rooork-s
Green Vegett\bles, Oysters and Fruits received
I twice each week. Come and see our stock. If we
haven't what you want, wo will get it for you.
Telephone list.
LOST.?Some where between |
tlit> t'litriinci' ami the gymmi
Hiuni of the Big Stone Onp
High School, "Three month's
time o f boy-hood opportuni?
ties, No reward is offered, as
hist time is lost forever, Who
can estimate what this means
to our boys ami girls
udv, Patrons
J. 10. Slemp has his grist mill,
near bis residence o n Gilly
avenue, running every day,a ml
solicits your patronage. He
has a new set of french b?hrs
and guarantees lirst-class ser?
vice. Send him y o u r com
when you want it ground -
adv. 17 50
W. ,). Horsley is another one
of our citizens who bus a nice
orchard of five hundred trees.
His orchard is located on the
mountain mar Oreton, nod,
although the t roes a re just coin?
ing into the hearing age, he
had a large quantity of fruit
this year. He brought some
line specimens to this ollice
Thursday of the different veri?
ties he raised.
The Wise Printing Company
has just received a large assort?
ment of hooks, suitable for
Christmas presents for both
young and old. Call und see
them.
"IT BEATS ME HOW ZEMO
STOPS ITCHING!"
No Wonder Zemo Is Guaran?
teed to Stop Itching, and
Does It.
\ fo? application* of ZEMO, the ro
inarkable new remedy fur skin iilllletion?
linil away go tint terrible Itching ami
pain of cezenui and ectotna lorca, pim
ptca, blotchca, tirlokly beat, rash.
It niv. '. retler instantly to any Irritatcl
inflamed or raw akin, iiH ...milling ef
fc< i la al.-i heavenly ZEMO 1? a
liquid Yon apply Ii In a moment. It
Rluka right In aud ii.t work bf^lna. It
ii.t I.? equaled by anything In thia
world for Hunbnrn or reddened nkin Uae
It on tbo children for prickly beat, oh
any norea, bltea or ?tm;.. ZKMO ia
absolutely safe Dandruff absolutely
disappears out using ZEMO,
It will 00?t von only ISA units to try
ZK.Mo ilrst and prove it.
ZEMO is told oi 9,Vceiil and ft bottle*
or sont direct on receipt of vrlce, hy K.
W H?ne Medicine Co., st. I-outs, Mo?
Fhe it bottlescontains siv tithes much
?is the SA-eent bottle
-? Iii .nid guar?ntcod in Dig Stone (lap,
liy tlir Ki lly l>rng t'oinpitny and in A|>
palaehla by the Intermonl lirug Compa?
ny.?ad
E, B. Rush, <>f Olintwoodi
wlto recently took d business
cotir.se in Biohmond, lias just
boon placed In n ?720 position
with the Gronl Kalls Manu*
fuCtUring Company, at Buck?
ingham. X. ( .'., through Pied?
mont Business College, of
Ly tichbUrg, Virginia.?adv.
CHILDREN, TAKE NOTICE !
jHave you thought about Christmas yet? Well,
it is only a few weeks off and Scinta Claus is now
igetting ready for it. Be sure to write Santa a
I letter at once and address it to Box 258, Town.
W. W. Taylor & Sons.

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