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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, April 07, 1915, Image 3

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It is not a "toss up" where to buy your brushes
and paints. We carry the brushes that will HOLD
their BRISTLES and pnints that will hold their
COLOR.
Do not be up in the air about where to buy
your brushes and paints, but come straight to us,
see our line and get our prices and you will hunt
no further.
Kelly Drug Company
75he ffiexalt Store
We give you what you ASK for.
LOCAL, ITEMS.
Korn tu Mr. ami Mrs. Dan
lii-lpli on last Friday morning,
n girl.
.1. <Boatright, editor of lite
.lohcsvillc Star, was a visitor to
the ' lap last Friday..
.1. \. ttillmnn, county super
intotulent of schools, of Goo
burn, visited this place last
Friday.
Mrs II. II. MoClanahan. Of
Roda, spout the week end in
town visiting her parents, .Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Hounds.
Mrs. Hobt. Amos ami baby,
of Roda, spent Friday in the
(lap with her parents, Mr. and
M i - ,1 am es body.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown
ai.d sou, Robert, of .Middles
imro, spent Sunday in the Gup
^ i-iting relatives.
Misses Luuna and Neli Mans.
who are attending BCllOOl at the
Lee Baptist Institute at Pen
tlington (iap, spent Faster with
thoir parents. Mr. ami .Mrs
.?rge Marrs, in the Gap.
Mrs. ()t.in Mousor was shop
ping in Appulaehiu Friday
afternoon.
FOR SALF.: ? Rhode Island
Reds nud Turkey Fggs. Apply
In Mrs. .). R. Wolfe.
Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Mor
'??il and baby spent Friday in
Appalnohia with relatives.
Mrs w. (i. Painter and Mrs
Marvin Kelly were shopping in
A ppalnchia Thursday;
N. I). ProsBly, who occupied
ill" Lane cottage on Poplar Hill
some time, moved into the
Klcmp property on Qilly Ave
nne last Saturday.
If you want ji>t? work done
promptly, neatly and artistic
end it to the Wise Print?
ing t lorapany,
I!. D. Baker came over from
Hazard, Ky..last week and is
spending n few days with hi*!
family in the < lap.
HOU8K FOR RENT, with
good garden, good cistern ami
hydrant water, chicken hit ami
other conveniences, fan give
possession first of May. Apply
to Mrs. .1. T. Wolfe. " ndv
Mis- I'.dna tiilly, the accom
Uiodatillg telephone operator in
the Minor building, was Kick a
few days last week. Her place
was tilled by Miss Cora Mahaf
fey.
We failed to mention lust
week the arrival of a tine
boy at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. I.. Witt, which was
horn on Tuesday morning.
March 20th.
Mrs. Horace Goodman and
Mm le daughter, of Thayer, W.
\ a , are spending a few days
in the (lap visiting Mrs. L. T.
Winston.
Miss Helta Thompson spent.
Saturday and Sunday down
in the "Cove" visiting her
grandfather .lohn (lilly.
Mrs. It. T. Irvine and daugh?
ter, Helen, were in Appalnohih
Saturday afternoon.
Miss Kate Cherry, of Norton,
spent a few days in the (lap last
week- with relatives.
Miss Kate Brown who is
teaching at Penning ton Gap,
spent Saturday and Sunday
with homefolks in the (lap.
|fOR BENT (I room house
with minlern conveniences at a
reasonable price. Apply to t'.
c Cnchrnn. 2t
Mi.-s Kiltie Collier, of Sto
nega, made a Hying trip to the
(lap Thursday afternoon.
Rev; W. N. Wagner, pastor
of t h e Southern Methodist
Church, went to Tacnma Mon?
day to assist Rev. W. C.
Thompson, of ('oeburn, in a
rev ival meeoting.
Read Our Advertisements
For Authentic Drug Store News
V<lvertinltic Is store news and we tr/ to keep our ads live and npto
dato sei tli:it they may be read with tlie tamo Interest :i<" the editorials or
my oilier part of the newspaper.
Cultivate the habit o( reading our advertisements. Something new
in every issue. Keep posted.
WATCH OUR WINI10W DISPLAYS
We change our niudnwi. just aa regularly as we change our ads.
I hurt think of windows us mere displays hut consider them as salesmen,
tilvo them n chance to tell their story.
Rend Our Advertisement*.
See Our Windows.
Visit Our Store.
MUTUAL .DRUG COMPANY
INCOKPORATEO
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
Mrs. E. R. Taylor spent a few
days at Norton laut week visit?
ing her son. Sherman Taylor.
Miss Elizabeth Conner spent
a few day s in Norton last week.
Misses Georgia Hale, Mary
Brown and hleita Cornell, of
Appalaehia, attended the Social
given by the Boraca Class Sat?
urday evening.
Miss Eu|a Friend who is at
lending school at Martha
Washington Seminary, spent
a few days in the (Jap visiting
Miss (iraee Long enroille to her
hiniie al < 'lint wood.
FOR RENT?0 room house
with modern conveniences at a
reasonable price. Apply to C.
0. Cochrnn. -t
Miss Atldie Cotrim, of Wise,
spent the week end with her
parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Sterling
Catron, at ihis place.
M is. 11 nod man a n d little
daughter are the guests of Mrs.
I .ewis T. W ins ton.
Fritzi Sehell". qu< en of light
opera, is making her initial
{how in the Held of film? in
1 Washington, I) C , in a eharm
ling society comedy drama,
''Pretty Mrs. Smith.*' says an
i exchange.
Wade Harrier name in Sun
day nigh I to spend a few days
with his family.
I'he children of < 'brist Church
Sunday School enjoyed an ogu
hunt Monday afternoon in the
rectory yard.
W. S. Beverly came over from
Big Stone Hap last week to at?
tend the Sunday School Con?
vention and lo visit his mother.
?Gate City Herald.
Miss Miibel Johnson and Prof.
Wampler motored down from
Wise Sunday and spent the af?
ternoon with Mrs. Hoheit |i
Morrison.
FOB SALE?C room house
with :i lots adj.lining. Will ex?
change for real estate, ('nil on
s s Sampson, l?g Stone Gap,
Virginia.
Mrs Sarah Barker returned
home last week from a visil to
relatives in Memlota.
Mrs J, S. Johnson spent Sa*t ?
unlay al Norton with relatives.
Her two little grandchildren,
Harry ami Kuih Johnson, re
turned home with her.
Mrs. H, A, Alexander and
Mrs. .). II llngy, of Imbodcn,
attended the Jonquil Tea at the
home of Mrs. J, II. Mai hews
Friday afternoon.
.1. M. Goodloc, of Big Stone
Gap, was among those who at
tended the Sunday School Con
ventinn here last Week. Ml'
Good loo is a zealous Christian
worker.?Gate City Herald.
FOR RENT 0 room bouse
with modern c\)iivoniences at a
reasonable price. Apply to C.
C. (loch ran. 2t
Hon. Harry M. Smythe, of
North Ta/cwell, was visiting
his nephew, Dr. J. W. Kelly,
in the Gap the put week.
Mrs. George Taylor spent a
few days at Norton last week
visiting Miss Maude (Mild, who
loft on Thursday night for Cin?
cinnati, where she will at lend
the Conservatory of Music.
Miss Mary Kuller, of Russell
County, spent several days in
the (lap last week visiting her
cousins. Dr. and Mrs. J, A.
(lilmer,
Miss H?chel Craft, who is at?
tending school at Virginia In?
stitute at Bristol this year,
spent I he Kastor holiday with
her father, Bev. .1. B. Craft.
Miss Lucile Baughman, who
is teaching at Keokee, was
shopping in town Friday after?
noon.
Mrs. (.'. L. Nash arrived in
the Gap Wednesday from
Washington, D. C., where she
has been spending some time
with her parents.
Carl Jones moved his family
from here to Imhoden last week.
Misses Reha and Anna Bar
rou Collier spent Saturday and
Sunday down in the Co?4 with
their grandfather, J. K. F.
Barron.
Give us your orders for ice
cream in blocks. Four differ
ent llavors in one gallon.?Cash
Meat Market.
The Guild of Christ Church
will meet with Mrs. H. E. Fox
Thursday afternoon at three
o'clock.
Misses I'earl Massie and Cas
sie Dnval, teachers in the Keo?
kee punlio school, spont Friday
and Saturday in the Gap, the
guests of Mrs. Harry Gilliam.
The 'Woman's Civic League
did not hold its regular month?
ly mooting on last Friday nfter
noon an announced in. the lnst|
1 issue of tho Post, hu*. adjourn-1
od to meet on next Friday af-i
jterr.onn at :l:.'IO o'clock in the
Odd Follows Hall.
Mrs. .Mm Chandler and chil?
dren, of Oorbiu, Kv., arc visit?
ing her mother, .Mrs. Darthula
Wyatt, down in tue "Cove."
S. W. Wax and son. Will,
and Claude Kelly left Tuesday
morning for ftogersville, where]
they ?vi11 spend several days I
fishing.
Garret Scott spent several
days in Richmond last week on
business.
Full line of kid and silk
gloves All tlte Intost novelties.
? Fullers.
Dr. Tims. F Stales, of Hris
tol, was in town last week on
professional business.
C. K, Witt was on from Pen
hington ? InpFridny on business.
Hugh 11 Raton, of Bristol,
was among the traveling men
in town last week
Mr. and Mrs. II, B. Price, .lr ,
went to Philadelphia, last Fri
ctuv to spend Raster with home
folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Tay?
lor, of Norton, spent Sunday
with Mr. Taylor's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Taylor.
Martin Stone, of Blackwood,
was visiting bis brother, Guy
F. Stone, in the tiap Sunday.
We handle Peter Kern's, F.
il. Stone's and John Davis'
cakes A complete assortment.
?Cash Meat .Market.
Hubert Potter came down
from Norton Satuiday to see
t he ball game.
Mrs. ti. 1! Southward is in
Middlesboro this week visiting
relatives.
Mrs. C. ti. Duffy, of Stonega,
was shopping in town Saturday)
Mrs. Fverett Brennen enter?
tained the dancing ciuh last
; Monday night.
!?'.. It, Taylor, of Jenkins, Ky.,
spent several days last week
visiting his family in the (lap.
Rev. W. II. Wampler, of Fast
Stone Gap, will proach at the
Southern Methodist Church
here on next .Sunday morning
at eleven o'clock.
Misses Mary Brown, Keila!
Cornell ami Georgia Hale, of
Apptllachia, were t he guests of,
.Mrs. tie.,. U. Marrs the Hrsl of|
the week.
The "Delineator" for one
year at 75c, regular price, $1.60.
- Fullers.
Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Ham
Idem were up from the Cove
last week.
Don't fail to hear Dr. Young'
at the Baptist Church tonight
(Wednesday) at 8 o'clock. He
is one of the ablest of the Na?
tional Ami Saloon League
force, and is said to he one of
the finest speakers in all the
land. Don't miss it.
Mrs. ILL. (lout returned to!
her home in Bristol Tuesday,
after spending several days
here with Iter son, J. W. Gnut.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Nickels
spent Sunday at Norton visit?
ing relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P.. Montague
returned to the (lap Mond a}
morning from Louisville, where
Mrs. Montague underwent
treatment in a hospital at that
place.
CANCER -J. B. Smith, can
cer specialist, of Bristol, Teno.,
guarantees to cure cancer or
anything i n cancer nature,
without knife or Xray. Place
money in bank until cured.
Write for reference.?adv.
Mrs. A. L. Holten arrived in
the (rap last week and will
make this place her future
home. Mr. Holt?n holds a
prominent position with the
Interstate Railroad Company at
this place, being general freight
and passenger agent of thai
road.
Tim Woman's Auxiliary of
I Christ Church met with .Mrs.
Jno. W. Chalkley Thursday af?
ternoon. Those in attendance
were Mrs. R. 'I'. Irvine, Pres?
ident; Mrs A. 1). Owens, Bet re
tary and treasurer, Mrs. Robt.
1). Morrison, Mrs. Oeo. L. Tay?
lor, Mrs. Mayo Cabell and Mrs?
R L Parks. Delicious cocoa
with whipped cream and sand?
wiches were served by the host?
ess at the close of the meeting.
LgiiPJtairaJlsircDETr^tsir^
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peciai
Is A Big Success
Hundreds of people have availed themselves of this
great Bargain Event and if you have not made any
purc hases yet do so at once and get the pick of the
bargains. This is our last reduction on Spring jS
Goods. It is the final clean up. If you want to [31
profit by it don't lose time. jgj
Sales Continues to May 1st |
There Are Still Many Bargains
fell Wc have decided to continue this sale a month Ion- 151
i?| gei in order for everyone to have a share in this great [j=l
|ra sale. Jt will pay you to buy from us even if you raj
[el] don t need it now. You can save it for future use. l2f,
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g Mrs. G. W. Kilbourne J
i Near L. & N. Depot. CADET, VA. |
151 m
Refrigerators
Spring is here and it is time
lor tin- house wife to begin
thinking of buying a refrigeratot.
We have the most complete line
in town this year wh ch is es?
pecially suited for your home
and pocket book, Our refriger?
ators will keep your foods cool,
clean, fresh, sanitary, and save
one third on ice bills. It is easy
to keep them spotless clean.
Call in and see tis Now!
W. W. TAYLOR & SONS
BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA
! Farms For Sale! I
1 have for sale many desirable farms, all of
which are bargains, and each farm is near
good schools on pike roads. These farms jgj
contain from 10 acres to BOO acres. Write ifo]
to ten
I J. S. REMINEi
STRAW PLAINS, TENN. gj
Peering Cultivators
Can be adopted to teveral different uses and serves to meet lue roan)
conditions common to each crop that i- lo be cultivated. These Culti?
vators are ver>. >et lire light and compact. The frames are made of
-loci and shaped so that the Cultivator run- steady and Is ensy to pull.
Wc have several different varieties ol these Cultivators and will glad!)
show them to anyone interested.
Hamblen Brothers
BIG STONE GAP, VIRGiNIA
South-West Insurance Agency
Incorporated
Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In
surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.
1 OfWce in lutermont Bnihling BIG STONE GAP, VA.
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