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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, May 20, 1914, Image 3

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CUR DRUG STORE
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A prescription can be filled right and it can be
filled WRONG. To be filled RIGHT your druggist
must use pure, fresh, high quality ingredients; and
he must use SKILL and CARE. Graduate pharma?
cists fill our prescriptions and we VERIFY every
prescription before we send it out.
You will be SURE to get it right at our drug
store.
We give you what you ASK for.
Kelly Drug Company
Xj/ie fficxall Store
LOCAL ITEMS.
Wesley, J. 6*Noil, .1. Wil
toil W. (). <Hosier, all of
mega, spent Sunday in the
attorney 3. IP. Bullitt return
Friday night from n business
to Washington City,
Irs. C. J. Wallace, of Pine
. is in town this week visit
lu r aunt, Mrs. W. J. Chris
. s Polmer, of Kookee, was
usiness visitor to t he < lap
Itt) last week.
M. Johnson, a prominent
no agent of Bristol, was a
mess visitor to the Gap Sat
By,
niit. J. K. Taggart, of l\eo
u-.is in town Saturday on
mess.
orn to Mr. ami Mrs. Robert
ios, at the resilience of Mrs.
ios' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
nes Body', tit this place, on
Thursday, a nine pound
award Body, of Stonego
at Sunday visiting relatives
he i iap.
ilbort N. Knight and family
? moved into their new
e en the corner of Bast
rd Street and Shawnee Ave.
Int year friends at the
lual. You are always wol
ip.
rof, .1 N. Hillmnn, superin
lent of public instruction
wise County, was in town
weok on business.
n. I. ('. Puller and children
nt Saturday ami Sunday
tili? relatives in Appula
J. H. MoRoly, of Bristol, wnsl
, in town last week Oil business. !
Misses Hertha anil Ethel Ken-j
nedy, of I'matiUa, Kla.. arriv
; eil in the Gap this week on a
visit to their sister, Mrs. M. R,
McCorkle, and will remain here
for the summer.
Harry Plenary, of Jonesville,
spent llie week end hero visit?
ing Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Ham?
iden.
Now a-days. with everybody,
it is meet me at the Mutual.
Mrs.-H. A. Alexander, of Im
boden, attended the meeting of
the 1'. D. O's. ut the home of
Mrs. M. R. MoCorkle Wednes?
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. McConnell,
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Keeney and
Miss Josephine Keeney and
Kloyd t'leek, of Appalachia,
motored down to the Gap Sun?
day.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. \V. Gunther,
of Appalachia, were in town
Sunday.
Mr-.. ,i. r. Wnmpler and
baby are visiting relatives in
t iate City this week.
R. W. Robinson, of Black,
wood, sin nt Sunday in the Gap.
Miss Eugenia Baumgardner
spent several itays last week
visiting in ALingdon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. (!. DufTy. of
8 tone g a, and Miss Kthel
Gravely, who is teaching at
Dorchester, motored down to
the (iap Sunday from Stonega.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Seay and
Rev. Robt. Viser and brother
motored down to the Gap Sun?
day from Norton.
Paul Martin, who is spending
several weeks in the Gap w ith
his parents. Rev. nnd Mrs. 1 P.
Martin, spent Sunday at Nor?
ton.
Soda That Satisfes
"Drink to me only with thine eye?,
And I will pledge with mine."
Such draughts may quench a poet's thirst.
I'll choose this Soda fine.
' So 11 thonld he pleasant to the taste i*. should also satisfy thirst. The
ids d our fonnuin Combine? ail of the good elements possible, The soda
1 rijrlit. Ihe syrups aro right, the ice ereani is amply supplied, and Iho Bor?
is ideal Tastes differ, bat no mattet what drink may be served here,
is .sure to ts-> the best of its kind. To fully appreciate the blessing of
Urtl try one of our delicious ice Cream Sodas.
Be sure to net your share of the good things at our fountain.
Meet me at Ihe Mutual.]
Mutual Drug Company
Big Stone Gap, Va.
R. W. Robinson, head book
keeper for the Blaekwood Coal
and Coke Company, nt Black
wood, Bpent Sunday in tin* Gap
? with friends ueur the L. & N.
'? depot.
1 des. II. TnythVi the popnlor
. mnnug i of the Amuzu Theatre
in the >iap, spent Sunday In
Norton
Rylun I Craft has returned to
Gate C i v after spending several
days tri ihn Gap with hi* ftither,
ReVi J. It. Craft.
The Guild of Christ church
will tue-'. Thursday afternoon,
:>::ii> o'clock; with Mrs. C. L,
: Nash.
' Jeff I?. Pickling, a popular
traveling man out of Bristol,
I was calling on the trade in the
j Gap last week.
i Henry K. Mcllarg. vice presi
[dent and general manager of
Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke
Company . of Bonnoko, was in
town last week on business.
L s. Ilousor, of Cincinnati;
was among the traveling mm
in town last week.
' Messrs. Ohas. Hall, dr., and
H. ES. Hyatt, of Norton, wer?
visitors to the Gap last week.
B 8. Johnson, of Knoxville,
was a visitor to the city last
week.
H. H. Apperson, of Rich*
mond, was among the traveling
men in town last week.
Don't miss the Amuzu to?
night. A program consisting
of pantomines, music and tab
lanx will be given in addition
to the regular reels. Admission
in and 20 cents.
Miss Janie Thompson, and
limit, Miss ECbbieGilly, from the
Cove, spent Sunday at Appa?
lachia with friends.
Miss Nora Vouell, of Olinger,
was shopping in the, Cap Satur?
day.
Mise Florence Price and Pete
Colitis, of Norton, were the
guests of Mrs. W. Cox Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs John J. Reasor,
of the Cove.spent Saturday in
the Gap.
Mrs. C. P. Blanton is spend?
ing several days in Bristol
visiting her mother.
Make the Mutual your head?
quarters while down town.
Glad to have yon.
J. M. Young, of Stonega, was
I in town a short while -Monday
for the first time since he was
j injured a few mouths ago.
Miss Sophia Pettit, of Flu
vanna County, Va , is spending
several days in the Gap with
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Pettit.
Misses Mollie and Gladys
Dennis, from above Hast Stone
Gap, were in town Monday.
Hon. U. T. Irvine returned
this week from a business trip
to New York and other eastern
cities.
Dr. K. P. White, of Ionian,
was in town Sunday.
J. C. Underwood, a well
known knight of the grip from
Knoxville. was calling on the
trade in the city Monday.
Mrs. Karl Stoehr and little
sou and Mrs. Lauham spent
Saturday and Sunday visiting
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Rueker at
St. Charles.
H. H. Hull, of Washington
Bity was in town Sunday.
M. D. Clay, of Cooburn, was
in town this week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Sulyers
and little son, Ralph, of Gla?
morgan, were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. \V. VV. Nickles this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stone spent!
Sunday with relatives at Nor?
ton.
Harry Zepp purchased a Fordj
touring car from C. O. Long'
last week.
Mrs. Cutting, of Norfolk, is!
visiting Mrs. J. \V. Fox und |
Miss Minnie Fox in the Gap.
J. S. McConnell, of Appala?
chia, was in town last Friday.
Mrs. J. M. Young, of Stonega,
spent Saturday and Sunday in
town as the guest of her mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Gilley.
Mrs. BMora Roasor, of Olinger,
was in town shopping last
week.
Tbo Big Stone Gap high;
school ball team went over tol
Gate City and engaged the!
Shoemaker college teum in a
lively thirteen inning contest,
which the Gato City boys won,
score being 14 to 13, although
'our boys got 20 hits while their
opponents only got six.
Next Saturday
Wrecked in Mid Air"
An actual arcoplane wreck in
miii air in shown
A Kline-Eclipse Piclure In
Three Reels
80 ftlltl Klo
Q NEXT TUESDAY
E- No. 4 of thi> Adventures
? of Kathlyit
*i "The Royal Slave"
In Three Keels
ri 5?REELS IN ALL?5 ?
jj _IP and 15 cents S
l> Regular comedy mulinct
k every Tuesday and Th?r?
day at ??-.M) p. m.
>i? KB IBM X2i M m\Li^li2i JXA JkjS
The Girls* Camp Fire Club
and the Bov Scouts, chaperoned ]
by Mm. ,T. L. McCorinick, weht
to Qlencoe Cemetery enrly Sut-|
urday morning and spent the
day in cutting w eokR and clean
ing half of it up.
Mrs. .lames Camhlos, of At
lauta, Ga.,is spending several
days in the Gap with iter par?
ents. Capt. and Mrs. J. F.
Bullitt.
(let the word?meet you atl
the Mutual.
A long distance phono mo?.
sage was received Sunday
stating that an operation wan
performed on Mrs. \V. B, Kil
bourne in the St. Joseph Hos?
pital at Lynchburg, which was
entirely successful and that Hhe
in getting nlong as wt>ll as could
be expected.
Miss Vera Seoy, one of tho
Fast Stone Gap High School
teachers, entertained the
Graduating Class of the came
school Friday night with a
Moving Picture Show Party at
the Amuzu Theatre and after
the show with ice cream at the
Kelly Drug Store. Those in the
Graduating ('lass are: Misses
Maxie Shepherd, F.dnaStewart.
Baby Willis, Mollic Hunt and
Maude Qilly.
Prof. Peter Maroum, of st.
Charles, spent Saturday in the
< lap 011 business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. [. T. Oilley and
two small boys, of Roda, spenl
Sunday in town.as the guest "f
relatives.
Mrs. B. s. Grinm, of Appala
chia, and Miss Mary Chapman,
of Norton, were the guests of
Misses Anne Daniels and Esther
Sneed, toachers at Fast Stone
Gap, Sunday,
Miss Christie Jones, of Bast
Stone Gap, was in town Sunday
enroulo to Coebnrn, where she
leaches school.
Drowned in Reservoir
Theodore Watts, a Bmall boy
about nine years old, was]
drowned in the Tannery reser?
voir on the Bide of the mountain i
near Cadet about :i;.-io Sunday
afternoon. It is not known |
exactly how the accident hap?
pened, but it is thought he was!
walking around the edge and
became, overbalanced and fell
in, tho water being about ten
feet deep. Two other boys,
who were with young Watts,
ran and notified Mr. Layiield,
who lives about a hundred yards
below the reservoir. Ho went
and found the boy lying on the
bottom and quickly got him
out. A physician was sum?
moned anil everything possible
was done to save the lad, but
life had been extinct for some
time. The deceased was the
son of Joe Watts, who works
at the Tannery. Burial took
place in Scott county Tuesday
afternoon.
A Beautiful Flower Garden
One of the most beautiful and I
liest kept flower gardens in the|
Gap is tho one of Mrs. J. G.
Muusey, at her iovely home on I
Poplar Hill. All the different
(lower bedB, which are artistic?
ally arranged aud designed in
different colors of flowers and
bordered with small white
Howers, show the skill and
proper care and work which
Airs. Munsey alone gives them.
So for all those who have not
seen this beautiful garden, and
who aro lovers of flowers, havo
a rare treat in storo for them.
Mrs. Munsey cordially invites
everyone to come ami see for
themselves this garden, and we
are sure they will all agree that
Mrs. Munsey'a flower garden is
something that her her husband,
family aud Big Stone Gap
ought to be proud of.
Out-door Days Are Coming
With ?Ummer approaching there come* a longing for out-door Ufr?and your porch
really become! a iiviujj room Awning* ire hung, rocken? and settee* Installer!, and
on the floor are ?presd the very latest In porch covering*.
Tbl? season we are shuwiog |K>reh and lawn furniture a* artistic, pleasing, and as
carefully constructed as any of the best furniture for lusido use.
You will will get lot* of tatisEaeit
furnish yonr porch.
In living out-doors thl* summer and letting ua
W. W. TAYLOR & SONS.
The Favorite Store of Big Stone Gap.
1 Reduced Prices On
l
Millinery
We arc now offering our Millinery at one-third oh*.
You should take advantage of this opportunity and
get your summier hat cheap. All the latest styles
and shapes to select from.
Kl
fell
151
J. iM. Willis & Company
Big Stone Gap, Va.
_ __ __ _icy
Buy an Oil Stove
es, ?wm
and avoid the' heat fatigue
caused by coal and wood burn?
ing stoves. It will save fuel
and make cooking a much
more pleasant task.
Call and let us show you
our line and prices.
Hamblen Brothers
KELLY DRUG CO.
Drugs Paints ? and Oils ?
Make Your Own Paint!
W^sl YOU WILL SAVE 60 ct?. PER GAL.
$8.40
2.10
fl0.50
L. A M. SEMI-MIXED MEAL PAINT.
at $2.10 per gal.
And 3 gals. Linseed Od to mix with it - -
Yon then make 7 tab., of pure paint for
It's only $1.50 per gal.
Anybody c:m nv.:: the OIL with the PAINT.
When us, if you buy 7 gals, of ready-for-use paint in
CANS, you pay S?.Ul j ?al. or $14.70.
The L. V M. SEMI-MIXED REAL, PAINT i
y.ISC mid LINSCBU OIL, lha but-known poo
PURK WHITE LEAD,
tmlfrlali lor 100 wort.
;i gal. out ot any L.&M.PAINT you buy, sad II not the beat
ulut made, return the paint ami uct ALL your money back.
Radford Summer Normal
The Hadford Summer Normal will offer all tho courses usually ofTcred In sum?
mer normals for Professional certificates. Courses will also be ottered in preparation
for examinations lor first, second and third grade certificates. Itenewal of some
forms of certificates Is granted for attendance. Kreo tuition to all teachers Itcgu
lar Summer quarter of eleven weeks will also be offered w ith credit toward certifi?
cate. Expense* very moderate, .-end for catalogue.
J. P. McCONNELL, President, East Radfortl. Va.
Cash Meat Market
R. P. WILLIS, Manager
removalnotice.
Wc have purchased the fixtures formerly owned by the
H. L. Lane Grocery Company and are moving into the
Polly Bulding at our old stand. We will be ready for busi?
ness the last of the week.
Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies
from the Wise Printing Company.

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