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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, July 29, 1914, Image 3

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Yes, and we have it RIGHT. This community
knows that you can DEPEND upon anything that
comes from our drug store. Those who deal with
us have always found what we gave them was re?
liable; they have FAITH in us.
We shall not abuse that faith, but shall always
give you the BEST that can be got.
Kelly Drug Company
TJhc S/?oxa/t Store
We give you what you ASK for.
Miss Launo Marra spent snv-;
?raldavs laut week visiting rol
jtiM's in Norton.
Urs. J, L, MoOorinick spent
ifew day8 last week visiting
[riends in Norton.
Mrs Sally A. Bailey and Miss
Adelaide Pettit spent Saturday
in the Odve visiting .Mrs. W.
i Slemp.
Urs. Green Kelly and ohil*
Iren, of Stonegu, is spending
several days with her parents,
Mr. and Sirs. Chad Slerhp, in
;lie t'ovc
N'. n. Wood, general manager
(the Virginia-Tennessee Tele
ihone Company, was in town
I8t Week .
Mrs Andy Hood left Satttr
lay for Greenville, Tenli.,
there she will attend a camp
Misses Hess Wygal and Burr
n'olte, of Dryden, are visiting
Min Mary Skeen at this place.
Miss Hnby Kemper has been ?
|ilite ill ai the home of her I
litter, Mis K. It. Mouser, in
Miss Boss (lore, of Gary, W.
a., who has been visiting S?ss
illDB Mans at this placo, has
>:urncd to her home.
1' (' Whitehead, district
taosger of the Virginia-Ten
? I elephone t lompany,
pent I'hursday in Bristol.
Mi ind Mrs. W. 11. Polly
pent Sunday with relatives at
Wington <lap.
Miee Mary ('nines is visiting]
im brother, Robert, at Gary, I
Misses Kitlio Horton and
?uoy Stearns spent Friday in
:-jk;i and Stonegu.
.Mrs. I. M. Voting, of 8tonoga,
was in town last Thursday and
Friday visiting her mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Ollly.
J. (Ji Pallor, of thp mercantile
firm of Kuller Ilms, at this
place, sponi part of lust week
in Knoxville on business.
.Miss Maude Wolfo. who has
been attending the Bummer
Normal at the University of
Virginia the past four weeks,
has returned home
Miss Kathleen and Carl B.
Knight returned last HViday
night from Middlesboro, when,
they spent some time visiting
their aunt, Mrs. Robert L>.
0. I). Vaughn returned last
week from a visit to relatives
ami friends in Russollvillo and
K noxvillo, Tenn.
Missl.elia Beailiail returned
home Monday night from n sev?
eral weeks visit in Anderson,
I'. M. llenRor is having a nice
cottage constructed on his lot
on Wood Avenue just above his
.Mrs. lt. K Taggart, who wont
to Richmond some time ago to
Undergo an operation, has re?
turned to her home at this
Mrs. VV. s. Beverloy and
daughter. Miss Virginia, and
son, William, spent, several
days last week with relatives
in t late Oil) .
Mrs. Melissa Slemp and
daughter, Mrs. Ainna Myers,
und sons, l\ S. Slemp und Wise
Slemp spent Sunday in the Cove
with relatives.
Miss Kate Brown, of this
place, has been elected music
teacher in the public school at
I Pennington Clap. Miss Brown
'has tine musical training and
i is well qualified to, till the
' position.
That's what they all say about our soda and other
fountain beverages. Our fountain in n popular point of
interest these days. The soda which we serve is a marvel
of purity and as delicious as it is pure. For ice cream
?odas and sundaes a superior grade of ice oream is used?
and with it we servo only luscious ripe fruits. Our menu
consists of about seventy five beverages?and each one a
favorite with some of our trade.
Try our Maple nut cream.
Be sure to gut your share. It's "Sodalicious."
Miss Gladys Lilo returned
Friday night from ? visit to
relatives in Middlesboro.
Mrs S. A. Woatherly and
children returned to their hdiue
hi Louisville Saturda\ night
after < visit to hnr pare (its', Sir.
?<. .1 M - C. I). Vaughn.
Ohi? I' of Police Chan. Flunury,
of Dorotn-stoi, .-|i--ni i f,-vt In uro
iu n Huikdiiv afternoon.
James K. end l-imc Taylor
sp< nt Sunday at liodu, und as?
sisted ih- bond at that place in
making si.mo good music.
Mrs. Joe Gillenwaters and
Utile mihi, ,ln> , of FsserviDe, is
Spending a few da>? in the (Jap
visiting her aunt, .Mrs. Kli/.u
.Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. Joiiusou
and daughter, (Irmly l.oo, of
Stonegu, were in town Satur?
day afternoon.
General R, A. Avers returned
Saturday night from a busi?
ness trip ol several days to
Washington City.
Mrs. .1. iV. Gihner and child?
ren and sister. Miss Kathleen
Litton, spent several days the
past week in Bristol visiting
Mr. and Mrs. (I. H. (lilmer.
i Mrs. W. J. Draper, who has
been attending the Normal at
Badford, returned to her home
in the (lap Saturday.
Miss Kinma Duncan, of
Jonesville, tpeht a few days in
the Gap with her sister. Mrs.
W. A. Baker, enroute to her
home from Badford, where she I
attended the Summer Normal.
Misses .lean Marrs and Hope
Brown, of Norton, spent several
days last week at Black Moun?
tain with Geo H. Marrs. who is
superintendent of the mines
Mrs. .1. B. W ampler, and baby
returned home last week from
a visit to her parents iu (late
City. She was accompanied by
her sister, Miss Suilie McCoti
noil ami Miss Anna Catroti,
who will he her guests for a
few days.
( has. K. Mannering, who con?
ducts a qiliok lunch counter iu
II. B. Benedict's pool room,
went to Ocean View, Va.,Tues?
day morning where he will
spend his vacation.
Miss Florence Flanury ami
niece, Miss Gladys Fhinary, re?
turned to their home iu Lee
COUnty last week after spending
several days here visiting rela?
Mrs. T. Herman Wheeler and
two small boys, of Olarksdale,
Miss., arrived in town last week
for a visit with relatives and
Hon. M. .1. Fanning, of Phila?
delphia, will be here Wednes
day, night August .Mb.to deliv?
er his great patriotic address,
"Bender I nto Caesar." Plan
to hear it. Place will be an?
nounced later.
Mis. ,1. B. Dillon has return?
ed after a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Legg, at
Ponniugton, Va.
Misses Janet Bailey mid
Madge DiligeSB, who have been
attending the State Normal
Summer School at Kast Kadford
the past six weeks, returned to
their homes in the (.lap Friday
Bev. .1. IIubard Lloyd will
bold services iu Christ P.pisco
pal Church Sunday, August 2,
at II, A. M.
Mrs. Albert Wells, of Corbin,
Ky., arrived in the Gap Satur?
day fot a few days visit to Her
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Johnson. Her sister, Miss
Nina Johnson, who has been
visiting her for BeVoral days re?
turned ? ilh her.
Misses Kura Wright, Fdna
Stewart, and Pearl Gllley, who
have been attending the Sum?
mer Normal at Badford, re?
turned to their homes at F.asl
Stone (lap Saturday night.
Miss Janie Thompson iB
spending several days this week
with her grandfather, John
Gilley, in the Cove.
Mrs. Jim Horton and two
small children, of Coal wood,
W. Va., spent a few days in the
Gap last week with relatives.
Misses F.liza Slump, tiertrude
Bailey ami Myrtle Reasor, of
the Cove, who have been at?
tending the Normal at Kadford,
returned to their homes Satur?
For Rent
Two vacant apartments at
Touraiue. Apply to J. A.
Sterne, Manager. Monte Viata
<ext Tues?
day Night
AUG. 4th
No. 9 ol the Adventures of
Kalbl) n
"The Spellbound
Moll il ode"
Ihc most thrilling of the series.
Don't 'di>s the Wild Animal Per
lO and 15 cents
For Sale
Jelly (JIuHHt'H in any quantity,|
115c per dozen. .1. A. Sterne,
Mgr. Monte Vista Hotel.
Horn to Mr. and .Mm. J. F
I Branson mi Sunday morning tin |
8 pound boy.
Mrs. John McMillnm ami two
small children, w ho have been
spending several works in the
(lap with her parents, Rev, und
Mrs. W. N. VS'agher, returned
to her home at Tip Top. near
! Bom to Mr. and Mrs. M. II.
Graber, of Hig stone Qap, Va.^
Thursday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall I,. Thomas,
on Locust street, u son. The
child will be christened Mack
Huntsman Qraber, Jr.?Bristol]
I ierald <'mirier.
Messrs A. K. Mann and A.
Morisoil have eri'Cted some
line four room cottages in pink|
three near the old electric plant, j
which they And 110 trouble
renting at ti good interest on j
the investment. No trouble to
rent houses in Big Stone Qap.
Dr. Samuel Idle ami Dr.
Hobert Kelly, of Lynohburg,
returned home last Saturday
morning, after spending a week
in the i tap, the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. W. Kelly on Poplar
Misses Mary and BruceSkeenl
returued last Friday night from
a visit to their sister, Mrs. |
tieorge P. Sew.dl, at Middh
FOUND. ? N e a r Roaring |
Branch, a sow pig weighing be?
tween :iu and 40 pounds, with
slit in right ear. Owner ran
have same by applying to S. S.
llettis and pitying charges
Mrs. C. D. Vaughn publically
thanks Mrs. Joseph Potter, who I
visited her in her home in pint
three on lust Friday and
brought her a nice bouquet of
K I.. KilgOre was here from
Wise Monday. He has shipped
his household goods to VYit
hamsville, Ohio, and he ami
his family will follow in a few
days. Norton News.
Miss f lladys Idle, of Mig Stone
(lap, Va., arrived in the city
last week and is the guest of
Mrs. Roscoe Idle, on Queens
bury Heights. -.Middlesboro
Itylnud (J. Craft, son of Itev.
J, B, Craft, who has recently
passed the examination and re
eeived licenses to practice lave,
is thinking of locating nt (late
City. Mr. Craft is a very ox
dient young man and has a
I promising future before him.?
ICoeburn Journal.
For Sale
Jelly ? Hasses in any quantity,
115c per dozen. J. A. Sterne,
I Manager Monte Vista Hotel.
Card of Thanks
We wish tO extend to our
friends and neighbors our heart?
felt thanks for the sympathy
and kindness shown to us in
the sickness and sad death of
our dearly beloved wife, daugh?
ter and sister, Mollie (Join
I Baker. Especially we desire to
lihituk Brothers l.ivesay and
Martin for their consoling
I words. We also thank those
[who gave Moral offerings.
Frank A. Bakbr.
w. F. Bakkr
and family.
Wedding Announcement
Mr. anil Mrs. John V. Hughes
Bounce the marriage of their daughter
Borths Mae
to ?
Mr. Alvaii Vernon Sprolea
en Monday, .lime the tirst
nineteen hundred mil fourteen
Bristol, Virginia
Mr. Sprcles is a son of the
I late Dr. Sproles, a former resi?
dent of Big Stone Qap.
Vudor Porch Shades
Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers
You can do nothing wiser than
invest a little money in one of our
quick ice cream freezers. Then
you will enjoy cooling and deli
cious refreshments during the hot
Come and let us show you a
freezer that for little cost will bring
cool comfort in the hot days (or
many summers to come.
Hamblen Brothers
Lsj.ai^tsjrafjTR] [ciitsiiaisijii?iT^
I Special Notice! |
[?} We will offer and sell all stock on
hand at 20 per cent discount during
fjj the week of August 3rd to spot cash
buyers at the counter. We are send?
ing out posters this week which our
customers and the public should read
1 e. f. Burgess, Phone 63.
la _ raj
ir:! ?;: ii.i'-? ? ii?. -('ai ?'? w?m1!-z-5. - ' W^S^SiWSSBSM
Bargains in Low Shoes
Wc have a line ol low Shoes left yet which will be sold re?
gardless of cost, and all other Summer Goods
will be sold at a bargain.
?SsCillox* Straw Hats
that others sell for $1.50. will be sohl at 50c.
fr'.:*. ?
Forty Business and Professional Men
Besides Members nt the Faculty, were Lecturers list year in
\ CouimeriUI Scheel ol the hither order. The one hl( llutlacM Collefc ol Vlrjlali
Knill?rsc.l liy li.mkcrs ami lnisine>.s men cvrrywhere. Known anil s|Hikeii
nt is Th.it Splendid Commercial School of Itoanoke "
Permanently established, progreaalve, aucceaaf?l und thorough.
Owm tin. iiiiililiiii; il occupies. Wholesome, sucial ami moral luHuencea
Literati) ? ?.mnua of student* in position! in alt ultie* of ibis neotlon of
the smith.
I111 Unvliora, two commerced ilepartmeuU, separat?; Banking and Office
Department, lt?) ty|ie?rrlter?, shorthand Department anting "Jon, Amllto
rlnm sealing 400.
So bargain counter prices. No ayeclal Imlucementa or promlaea, No
trickery, .lust si night forward buatneaa methoda ami the beat Inatrnctlon.
Twenty -sixth Session opeiui September 1st.
Write for free catalogue, convincing particular* and beautiful speri
nu ns of penmanship. Address,
E. M. COULTIER, Pros.. Roanoke. Va.
Radford State Normal School For Women
Second scasinn open* September tin- 0, 1014. Kvcry course leads to a Virginia
< ertiticate to leach I rre tuilioii to all teachers and tlu.se promising to leach.
Oilers all course* usually given in a that-class Normal School. Kxpensca very
moderate. Kor catalogue, booklet of views ami lull information write?
J. P. MuCONNELL. President. East Radford. Va.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Agricultural and Mechanical College
Thirteen degree course* in Agriculture. Knginecring and Applied Science
Two-Year course In Agriculture and Karniera' Winter Courses.
J. D. EGGLESTON. President.
Apply to Registrar for catalogue.

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