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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, May 28, 1913, Image 3

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Catch your little troubles in time, before they
become big troubles. A neglected earache often
leads to permanent deafness; neglect a running
nose you may get catarrh; neglect a sore throat
and you may bring on diptheria or lung disease.
Do not let your ailments run on without attention.
Get now the "ounce of prevention." We supply
none but pure, fresh drugs.
Come to Our Drug Store.
Kelly Drug Company
Vhc Store.
\. Oilmkh'M.U. W. A. IIaki ,M.
fjilmer & Baker,
Physicians nml Surgeons
offirr? In Poll? HiillillnK,
in? Stone Qap, Virginia.
All calls annwiiroil promptly.
J. M. Voting :m?l son,
diaries, of Stonega, Woro visit?
ing relatives in tho (Jap last
Postmaster Kiser, of Wiso,
was iu town Saturday afternoon
,ng fur tlio Wise boys in the
ball kiiiiio.
Mrs. J, It. Dillon spent sev?
eral dpys last week at Pen
nington Qdp visiting her par
onts, Mr. anil Mrs. J. U. Logg.
Messrs. W, S. Bevorloy and
A Li Witt spent last Friday
tie i 'ity on business.
W. C. Tally, of Jonesvillo,
w is visiting relatives in the
Qap Sunday.
11. II. Pridomora and two lit?
tle nuns. Auburn and Ben, of
Jonosyille, worn visitors to
the Gap the past week.
Robert Ooldiron, of Jones
villi-, was in the (Jap one day
the past week.
Itufus Wax went to Speers
Kerry Tuesday morning to do
some paper banging and paint
Taylor Cold iron, of Dry den,
was up Saturday t p see the
ball game. ?
J. T. Garrison spent last.
Wednesday in Bluefield on
Ben Lewis Nesbit, the little
sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Nes?
bit, bas boon real sick for sever
iys, caused from a relapse
of the chicken pox.
Miss Hunter Tu tum, teaeln-r
in the public, school at this
plueo, has returned to her home
at Stewart, Va.
W. .). Christian and Howard
J.b, who aro estimating the
limber on a three thousand acre
i'e tin Scott County for the
?Mineral Development Com?
pany, spout Saturday and Sun?
day with homofolks iu the (Jap.
>N ? 11. Kails, the popular ed?
it"! of tho Wise County Nowh,
at Norton was a viaitor to the
boll game in the (Jap Saturday
Prof. J. N. Ilillman, of Coo
burn, the popular superintend?
ent of schools for Wiso County,
was in town last Saturday on
I business.
1' S. Carter and wife left
Monday morning for Chatta?
nooga to attend the Confederate
Ban Littrell bus moved his
family hack to his farm in Scott
County.1 Joseph Potter has
moved into tho prouorty vncat
?1 by Mr. Littrell.'
I). C. Williams ami C. I,, anil
Orbin Hamilton I * ? T t Monday for
Chnltanooga i>> nttond the Con
federate reunion.
Wo uro ?lad to know that our
I good friend, It?v. J, B. Craft,
l>asior of tho BaptiBt Church,
i who wan very Bick for several
I days last week, is able to lioout
I again and informs us that he
will occupy his pulpit on next
I Sunday, both morning ami
! night.
Misses Elizabeth nu<l Ado
laide Rvorott, teachers in the
I public school at tins place the
'past session, loft Saturday
morning for their homo at
I Driver, Va.
I>r. I). II. Howard, o f Pon
niiiglon Gap, was in town Sat?
urday und attended the hall
game betweeu Wise and the
home tenth. The doctor has
not lost interest in tho national
sport yet.
I A. I,. Sturm, of Appalachia,
was a visitor to Big Stone (Ian
Advices from the Manufact?
urers Record state that tho N.
& \V. is preparing i<> make ex
tensive coal developments on
Hig Creek, McDowell county,
\Y. Va.
Mrs. Keyser Puller, of Hig
I stone Gap, who has been the
guest of her parents, Mr. and
(Mrs. (.'. K. Counts here for tho
past week returned home Sal
unlay. Coeburn Journal.
Miss Vivian VV hi taker, o f
Norton, spent a few days last
week in the Gap visiting Miss
Florence Mc('orntick.
Misses Kate Brown and Myr
tie Wolfe returned homo last
w e o k from Sullins College,
Bristol, where they havo at?
tended school I he past year.
T. M. Ph'earson left Monday
morning for Ohatanooga to nt
tend the reunion,
It II Akers, and .J. Haun,
teachers in the high school at
this place the past year, left
Monday for their homos ut
SnOWVlllu and Woodstock.
(I. II. Long has bought the
t'al ter properly in plat three
and has tho same for rent.
This property is a six room cot?
tage, with hath and all modern
W. H. Horton left Monday
on a business trip to Rogers
ville, Teno.
\V. R. Wiflia, n former resi?
dent of this place, but who has
been located at Pineville, Ky.,
for the past three years, is
spending a few days in town
til is week looking for a suitable
place to locate, he having sold
Iiis property in Pineville.
Work on tho J. M. Willis
building on Wood Avenue is
progressing nicely a n d the
building will soon b a roady for
the roof. Tho front will be of
pressed brick and plate glass
and will bo very attractive.
Miss Pearl Mann come down
from Kichland? last week and ice
spending a few days in the Gap
visiting friends.
FOR SALE ?Ono ftno bay
P?nvi good weight and excel
len in saddle.
Miss Orena Gilly, of East
Stone Gap, visited her winter
Mrs. Andrew Williams, in tin
Gap last week.
Mrs. J; T. Garrison and
daughter, Gladys, are visiting
Mrs. Garrison's brother in
Petersburg, Va.
The W oman's (iuitd of the.
Episcopal Church will meet
with Mrs 11. P. Young, Th?rs
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Miss Muhle (iaincs, of Nor?
ton, was visiting Miss Janet
Bailey last Snndny.
FOR SALE ?F um 1 tu re
formerly used iu the Touraine
Hotel. Apply to B. I,. Parks,
manager of the Monte Vista
Hotel, Big Stone < iap.
J. B. Kennedy ami son, Hen?
ry, of Cleveland, Va., spent a
few days visiting relatives in
the t lap the past week. They
came down to meet daughter
and Bister, Miss Blanch Ken?
nedy, on her ri turn home from
Bristol, where she has been at?
tending school.
I T. Gilly, of Stonega, spoyl
Sunday with relatives in the
(lap .Mrs. Gilly went to Kog
ersvillnSaturday lospuhd a few
weeks witb her father. James
Gilly, who has been very sick
for some time.
.1. (' .Mitchell, of Stonega,
was in town Sunday tutor noon.
Arelrew and Thomas Wil?
liams left Sunday night for l)e
troit, where they will lmy three
automobiles for passenger see
vice in and around Hig Stone
Gap. It is their intention to
drive them through by land,
coining probably by w a y ol
Washington City and Koauoke.
W. 11. Polly has received a
new runabout Bllick automo?
bile, which adds to the rapidly
increasing number of ears in
Big Stone Gap.
Judge nnd Mrs. II. A. W.
Skeen and little daughter, Hen?
rietta, left Monday morning for
Chattanooga to attend the Con
federate reunion now iu session
in that city. They will also
spend several weeks in East
Tennessee and Western North
Carolina before returning
John F. am) Joshua Mullins
have boon awarded the con
tract to erect a story ami half
bungalow for J. 0. Kuller on
the corner of Swanee Avenue
and East third street, which
desirable site be recently pur?
chased. This will be a very de?
sirable residence and work on
it will be commenced at once.
Gale l.inkous, who lives at
Cadet, left home last Tuesday
fo? Stonega to get employment
at that place, ami it is said he
worked for a few hutirs and
wulked otT, nothing having
been beard of him since. Mrs.
Linkous is "very much worried
over her husband's disappear?
ance ami knows of no cause for
it, as be never stays away from
home more than two or three
days at a lime without writing
to her.
To tin- Voters of Big Btone Gup;
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re election to the Office of Town
Treaaurar, hrohilaittg, If elected, i-? per
form the duties of said office to the very
best of my ability,
To the Voters of Itij! Slum; lisp:
I hereby .announce myself n candidate
for the town election, to ho he'd .111lie
lutli. to the office of Town Sergeant,
promising the people if elected, i will
perform lue duties of said office to the
very lavt of my ability.
0, \V IvIl.llOCKN.
To the Voters of Hig Stone (lap:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sergeant, for tho Town
of l?g Stone Gap Vs., and solicit your
vote and inrliioncu. Thanking you iu
advance tor your support, I am,
Yours respectfully.
Yielding to the many solicitation of my
fellow citizens, both republicans
and democrats, I hereby announce that
I am a candidate for Mayor, and, if elect?
ed will favor an economic administration
of the business of the town, and the en?
forcement Of .\ I !. ordinances of the
town, against AM. violators of tho same.
I will favor a reduction of taxation, rather
than an increase, by curtailing needless
The Big Stone Gap. boye are
making an effort to re-organ
izo the brass band at this place
and should bo given the hearty
support ot every citizen in town.
They have five players now and
expect others noon omr will, by
the Fourth of July, have an op?
to dale band. They will give
a band coucert at the Athletic
1'ark Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock, and you are invited to
coihe out and bear them prac?
tice. Encourage the boys, for
(tig Ston? (Jap ought to have
tho best baud of any 'own in
Southwest Virginia, :ih there is
lots o f good band material
Spirolla Corsets are made to
wear every day. Von need not
save them for Sunday as the
boning is unbreakable and will
not oveo take a permanent
head al the waist line. Take
off that old dirty corset that
you art" wearing, and throw it
in tho fire and get you a Spirol?
la that you can keep as clean
as any other garment. No
trouble to show you the most
comfortable corset on the
market - Phone 38,
The musical recital on last
Wednesday night at th? school
building, given by tho music
pupils of Mrs. S. A. Bailey, was
very interesting and much en
joyed by those present. In the
rendering of the various piece*
each pupil showed the able anil
ellicienl training they had re?
ceived during tin- puct year
So marked was this improve?
ment in some instances that it
was freely commented upon
Mrs. Bailey is a splendid teach?
er, and to further prepare her?
self in her choosen profession
she left Monday night f<-r Cin?
cinnati, where she will spend
several weeks at the Censor
vitory of music in thai city.
Her daughter. Miss Janet
BnHey, accompanied her.
Wednesday Afternoon Club.
Mis. (_'. L. Xash entertained
tho members of the Wednesday
Afternoon Bridge Club and one
extra table in honor of her
guest, Miss Norria, of Washing
ton. . (hiring tho past winter
Mrs. Nash has substituted a
number of times and as a re?
turn courtesy the club was so
delightfully entertuinod. Those
who attended were Mrs. W. (i.
Painter, Mrs. Karl Stoohr, Mrs.
1). It. Savers, Mrs. Glon South?
ward, Mrs It K. Ithoads, Mrs.
Truemuh Lanhnin, Mrs. W. K.
Peck. Misses CarolineHhoads,
Madge Dingoss, Sarah (Jocliron
ami Kthol Nortis. After Un?
usual four games delicious ice
and cake was served.
Paul Gilmore's Associate
If i can secure the names of
a certain number o f theatre
Hoi-rs we shall he assured of
Paul Gilmoro's Associate Play?
ers hero i n their great New
S'ork success "The Havoc",
with a magnificent production
and electrical effects.
A dale is being held pending
the result of my report. As a
special inducement to those
who help me to guarantee this
attraction and who will sign a
list I w ill present to you. The
seals which ordinarily sell at
out; dollar and fifty cents, will
bo sold you for one dollar. Those
will be tin-choice seat sale in
advance of the regular sale al
which time those who sign the
list will he allowed lo choose
their seats, I have read the
actual criticisms clipped from
the newspapers in tire different
cities in which the company
has appeared ail speaking in
the highest terms of the at
traction. Understand,you will
he saving .lilt: on every seat if
you sign the list now, and nt
the same time enable m e to
meet the guarantee requirod.
And if we are able to show re?
sults with this attraction, oth?
ers of the same high class will
Mr. Gilmoro will bo saving
us tht; trouble and expense of a
trip to Now York or to a near
by city by bringing to our doors
a New York company and pro?
duction and now is tho time for
the people of this city to show
by their patronage that they
want high classed companies
to play bore. Inasmuch as Mr.
Gilmbro carries a very expon
sivo company and production,
ho must uso this method and be
assured of a certain attendance
before he closes definitely his
contract for an engagement in
our city.
j. It. Taylor,
Manager Opera House.
The Pure Food Inspector
Was in our place Ia,st week and
* pronounced our Meat Market per?
fectly sanitary. What better evi?
dence do you want? Give us your
orders and they will be attended to
promptly. We also carry a full
and complete line of
H. L. Lane Grocery Go.
Phone No. 58.
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Fresh Vegetables
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Fresh Strawberries
Every Day this week
The seanon about over fur Albermarlc Pippins. Call
whil? wc have them.
Just received an extra nice fresh
iine of Candies
E. F.
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