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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, September 09, 1914, Image 3

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The comfort of a shave depends upon the sort
of shaving soap, brush, strop and razor you use and
also upon the face bnlm and powder. We have the
shaving stuff that will make shaving a joy.
How about your HAIR? It is easier to keep it
from falling out than to restore it after it is gone.
Get our TONICS.
We are always glad to muke a suggestion.
Kelly Drug Company
Zt/ic fficxaii Store
We give you what you ASK for.
Miss Madge Muitcy, who is
teaching art in the Jonosvills
School, spout ilia week?
end in the Uiip witli liar par
.Miss Suriili Shields, of Cinci
nati, arrived in llio Gap Suu
dtt) where she will teach agllill
litis year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Tnggarl
and children, of Keokeb, spent
Sunday in the(lap.
Miss Maude O.uld, of Norton,
spent several days in tho Gap
i.i-l week visiting her cousins,
Mrs. Gen, L, Taylor und Mrs.
J, A. Giliher.
Mrs. Sadie Laiihniu arrived in
town Krida) night from Wash
tuition, |). V., where slut spent
tile past three mouths with
homefolks. Mrs. Lanhnm will
again teaeh in lllfl public sellout
at this place.
Wine Blomp, agenl for the
I. cV X. at Cumberland (lap.
?pent .Sunday in Big Stone Vis
Itillg relatives.
Misses Louise Good 100 and
Buth Present! loft Tuesday
morning for Sttuiittbu, Vu?
where lliej will enter school in
the Mary Baldwin Seminary.
Miss Malt Brown returned
last week from a few week's
i -ii to relatives iu Jdnesv ille
ami Ponnington < lap.
Miss Kate Brown will have
charge of the music class in the
Ponoiiipton (Lip high school
t his year a ml left Sunday night
lor that place to enter upon her
Mrs. .1. I'. Wolfe, who bought
? I M. Willis & Company'8 stock
"! uoods at this place a few
mouths ago, has sold out to
Kuller Brothers.
.Mrs. (J. Kruno is Camp, of
Dante, spent a few days in the
i lap last week with her aunt,
Mrs. .1 Li. Metlormick.
Miss Mam!.- Wolf., left Friday
for Dante, where she has ac?
cepted the position as principal
in the public school again for
the coming year.
Misses Janet Bailey, of this
place, ami Ruby Willis, of East
Stone (lap, are teaching the
school above Mine Springs this
Misses Winifrey and Spang
ler, who ore teaching in the
Kast Stone i lap Public School,
were shopping in the (lap Sat?
Miss Olga Horton returned
homo Saturday from a week's
visit to her uncle, I. 'I'. Qilly at
Miss Cora Mahatley spent
part of last week in Loo County
visiting relatives.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ktigene
Kugle, at Cadet, last Saturday
morning .a b?y.
Miss Mess Young. ofStonegn,
spent Friday in town the guest
of relatives.
Misses Margaret and Mary
llunn spent Saturday in Appo
lachia shopping.
Mr. and Mrs .1. 1.. MeOor
mink returned last week from
a visit to relatives and friends
in Knoxville,
0. I. Culbertson and son, Car?
son, and Charles Young, of
SlolU-ga. motored through low II
in Mr. Culhertson's new Hud?
son 0 car Sunday
Misses Kittie Horton, Gladys
Wolfe and Mary Curaus left
Sunday night for Osaka, Ston
pgri and Roda, where they will
leach school this year.
J 1181.
The Advantage of an
Ample Slock
There is always an advantage in
making selections from an ample stock.
This is especially true where quality is
high and prices low.
We urge parents to come in and see
our stock. The completeness of it will
be impressive and cause you to send
the children to us for their various
heeds. The line includes:
Tablets, Composition Books, Inks,
Pens, Pencils, Slates,
Crayons, Drawing Instruments, Etc.
We gtr? tlio ohtldren careful and
courteoua attention.
Miss Annie McCormick,;
of Knoxville, is visiting her
brother, J. L McCormick. in
the Qap.
Mr. and Mrs. W. li. Lawson,
left Monday on n visit to rela?
tives and friends in Missouri
and Colorado. If tho climate
is beneficial to Mrs. Lawson's
health they will probably re
main in the west for some time.
John Tucker, the local paint?
er, spent all of last week nt
i dinner doing some paint work.
Mrs. II. K. Palmer has been
Quite sick for the past few
Mrs. Qoo L. Taylor entertain
ed at six o'clock dinner Friday
evening Misses Mamie Ould, of
Norton, Florence McCortniok,
Henry McCormick and Hilly
Miss Cora llahaffey and
Marvi Harwell spent Sunday at
Pennington Qap with friends.
11. Sutten Wagoner, who for?
merly lived in the (lap near the
extract works, hut who now
has a position with the Cambria
Steel Company, at Johnstown,
Pa., spent several days in the
? lap last week.
Pearl Smith and Miss F.dnu
Stewart, of Kast Stone Qap,
will teach the public school at
Arno this session.
Miss (llessie < lilly is teaching
at Black wood this year.
Miss Mollie I lord, of Hast
Stone (lap. is teaching school
at Kelly View this fall arid win
l er.
Miss Myrtle Wolfe, who is
leaching at Southerhwd, spent
Saturday and Sunday in the
Miss Janie Thompson spout
Friday at Appalachia.
Mrs. I,. I!. Montague spent
several days in Haute this week
visiting friends.
Miss Molha Maddox.of Louis,
ville, is the attractive guest of
Miss Virginia Beverly in the
< lap this week.
FOB SALE Five room cot?
tage with hath. Splendid lo
cation. For further particulars
write or call on ?1 wen I' pchurch.
.1. L. Boso, of Abingdoo, the
progressive candidate for con
gross in the Ninth District,
passed through town Sunday
night en route to Jonesvillo,
w here he spoke Monday.
Govnrnbr Henry 0, Stuart
spent Sunday night in tho 0up
and went to Jonesvillo Monday
morning, w here he spoke Moll
day in the interest of Mr. ir
vine's candidacy for congress.
He also spoke at Lebanon on
YV. I"'. Bentloy, representing
Huntsman Brothers of Bristol,
was calling on the trade in the
(lap last week.
Misses Orn McFarland and
l .thel (iarrett, of Middleshoro,
spent u few days last week in
the Qap, the guests of Misses
Parilee and Hettie Bickloy and
Miss Kathleen Knight.
11. D. Baker, who spends most
of his time at Ha/.ard, Ky.,
w here he has business interests,
is spending a few days in the
(lap this week with his family.
Eugene Brown, of Middles
boro,spent Sunday in the (lap
visiting relatives and friends.
II. I'. Wymnn returned to
Bristol Monday after spending
I Sunday in the Oup.
(ieo Buchanan, of the V. &
S. W., Bristol, spent Sunday
I the guest of friends in the (lap.
Mrs. L, T. Winston has re?
turned from an extended visit
to relatives and friends in
Lynchburg ami Bluefield.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Taggart,
of Stonega, spent Sunday with
relatives in the (lap.
Col. J. S. Browning, of Roan
oke, passed through town Sun?
day night, enroute to Jones?
villo, where he participated in
the public speaking at thut
place on Monday,
J. C. Fuller, who hus been
suffering from stomach trouble
for some time, went to Rich?
mond, accompanied by Dr. R.
W. Holly, of Appalachia, last
week, where he is receiving
treatment at a hospital.
Mrs. lt. L. Brown, of Middles
horo, spent last Friday visiting
relatives in town. While here
she rented her residence to W.
H. Carnes, who moved his fam?
ily into it on Monday of this
j week.
j W. B. St.John, of Bristol,
was in town last Wednesday.
J. C. Pritchard, of Roanoke,
spent a few days with friends
in the < Jap last week.
Dr. Thos. P. Staley, of Bris
to), was in town last week on
professional business.
FOR SALE:?Ohaimor's Au
tomobile, 191? model. For par?
ticulars apply to J. B. Kberlian,
London, K.y.?adv. :t~ 'Hi.
Mrs. H. P. Young and little
sou, and mother, Mrs. Jones,
went to London, Ky., last week
on a visit to relatives and
Miss Mahle Willis returned
last week from a visit to her
sister, Mrs. Naff, at Knoxvillo.
Mrs. J, ('. Kuller spent Satur?
day and Sunday with relatives
at Appalpehia.
YV. T. Morris, of Lexington,
was among the traveling men
in town hist week.
Dr. Hagy, of Imboden, ami
l>r. Bowyer, of Stonegn, were
in town last Wednesday.
W. O. Qioster came down
from Stonegn last Wednesday
on business.
Mi Bedfern, of Louisville, was
among the traveling men in
town last week.
W. B. Biddoll, has returned
to ?hattailOOga, lifter spending
several days visiting the tan?
nery und extract works at this
11..I. Brady, u well known
traveling salesman of Roanoke,
was a business visitor to the
I lap hist week.
Miss Margueritte Brennen,
after a visit of several days to
Mr. and Mrs. K. Drenneu, at
their beautiful home mi Poplar
Mill, returned to Jenkins, Ky.,
Mrs. W. W. Kemp, of Dor
ehester, Mrs. J. A. F.sser, Miss
Kssor and Miss Brown, of Nor?
ton, were guests of friends in
town last Friday.
Ohas. I. Wade, Jr., returned
?Saturday from his vacation
ptpeiit with lioim-folks tit Chris
tinnsburg, Va.
Miss Sarah Shields has re?
turned from her home in t in
cinati to resume her work as
teacher in the public school at
this place.
Krank Bell, route agent for
the Southern Kxpress t'ompau\
was in town last week on biisl
ness for his t 'ompany.
Joseph T. Aldersou, a popular
traveling salesman from Mid.
dlosboro, was calling on the
trade in the (lap last week.
Prof. R. II. Akcrs returned
Friday from his home at Snow
villa to resume his work in the
public school at this plnCC.
Kauah Collier, J.IL Mallows,
Marshall Belcher and Ii. VY.
Scott went to Jonesvillo Mon
day morning in 11 unter Met'or.
kin's ear to attend the public
sneaking ami returned home
Monday night. They reported
the attendance was enormous,
the largest in faet that ever
gathered at Jonesvillo.
W. T. Mahatley attended the
public speaking at Jbhesville
Monday and returned home
with Dr. J. A. Qiliner in his
Kord car Immediately after
leaving Jonosville tin y collided
head on* with another car on u
sharp curve in the road, damag
illg both cars to some extent.
Miss Ruth Jones, who has
been visiting relatives and
friends at Cast In wood, returned
home Sunday. Miss Ruth re?
turned before she intended to
on account of an accident in
which she broke her left arm.
1). R. Doak, a former em?
ployee ami manager of the
Times office at Rural Retreat,
Va., arrived in town Thursday
to accept a position with the
Wise Printing Company. Mrs.
Donk ami baby name Sunday
night ami they are at present
stopping with the family of W.
B. Bounds.
Miss Mary Quillen, of Nick
elsville, Scott county, arrived
in town last week to attend
school. She will stay with her
sister, Mrs. N. D. Pressly.
Clint Slemp, of Dot, Va., is
visiting his uncle, Ulysses
Slemp, in the valley above
Will Jossee came up from
Middlesboro Monday night to
spend a few days here with
Miss Berryl Pressly, of Rog
ersville, Tenn., arrived in town
last weok to visit1 her brother,
N. 1>. Pressly. She will remain
here iu order to attend school.
Walch Thit Spar? [gl
Piedmont Business College
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E. M. COULTIER, Pres.,
Roanoko, Va.
Burgess' Pure Food Store
and order a
"24 lb. Sack of Beverly Flour
Made from the best native wheat of Scott County and
ground by an old fashioned water power mill, it makes the
best and healthiest bread possible. You will be pleased.
Try it.

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