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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, June 02, 1915, Image 3

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Keep your horses well; they will work harder
for you. Keep your cows well, so no fever-breeding I
microbes will be in your milk. Disinfect your pig I!
pens and hen-houses, and give your hogs and chick?
ens medicines to prevent cholera. This pnys. The I
little money you spend to PREVENT diseasds, will
'i save you fur more money thnn the remedies cost. |
I TAKE CARK ol your animals and fowls IN TIMi:.
Come to OUR Drug Store.
Kelly Drug Company
ZtAe fficjca// Store
i.'litrence Davis, of Kcokce,
i .1 \ i itbr in town Sunday.
:l irry llntlghiii in, of ivitolcee,
i Inn inosH visitor lo tho
W.d.h .1. Will.-us, of Norlon,
l' "ii Saturday in town,
i:. n Horten, train dispatcher
for the Southwestern ami Kl
Itttil woy ('ompany at Kl
', Now Mexico, upon I Satin -
litt night in town bhrdu'te to
I. i iijiinl y to spend Ins vitcrt*
n with hom.'folkH.
dwelling tind two lots located
ii: Kilbourti Addition, Appnluj
? i:ii flood well rind city water
in . Appnliichia,'Vit: 'JJ-'J".. ,
ruin Coclirnn, who has been
ii liiig school at the Augusta
.Military Academy, Fort Dc:
M o.re, Va., returned bomb last
U rnr his summer vacation,
lei .nil Mrs. French Wilson
iiinl baby-j ..I IJUie?eld, W. Va .
ill put I of hint w i-i'k in town
! d. Cut ter, of Ihiiiiold, was:
I i Mi-l'"oi i an returned Sun- i
I i\ niglti from a trip in Itori- [
Mr. nml Mrs. 11. A. Alex
under, ?f linhmicn, iver'o visit-|
? the < lap Sat unlay.
I). II, Skinner, of ICeokee,
I came down Saturday lo see thel
h'lh giiiini and lielp ihn Keokee
ii ?
Mr, and Mrs. c. fi. Duffy, of
! . :. were visitors to I he
1 ? ? |i Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Klinlcr Hilly
two little daughters, of
Hiihlands, worn in town last
v isiting relatives, en route
I. t 'arnlina. where Mr.
' i' l.a i accepted a position
vvaii tho Whiting Lumber (loin |
Mr. .imi Mrs. R. I'.. Tale, ?f
Osaka, were in town Sunday.
Iln- guest i.f relativ. -.
Mr. mill Mrs. \V. T. Muhtiirm
spent Snitilav in Li.in'fj vis
Ring the family of SV. II Na?
Carlyslc Skeen. Who hats lieen
Studying mining engineering ?'
Ihh Missouri School of Mines,
at Kolini Mo., arrive,! in the
(lap Stiudav morning In spend
his summer vacation with his
parents. Judge ami Mrs. II. A
W. Skeen.
ll.ii it til Mr. and Mrs. W. !?'
Qrowilori on Inst Thursday, ;?
.\i iss tiosa Colt?, who has I.n
leaching in t.h<i puldie sohool
here, left Thursday for her
Inline in < iraham.
Miss,- Mattio King. Caro
Iceuc Heed. Lillian ','iiillen.
Margaret I'ai rier ami \rflrdi?
Barton, ..i Roda, spent Th?rs"
day and Kriday in the (1 ap witli
thoir music teacher, Mis. s. A
Chas K. Cox, of Joiieslmro,
a well known traveling man in
this section, was a visitor to
the < lap last Friday .
\i. I?'. Lister, of Gate City,
was in town one day last week
on business.
1>. M. Hollges, w ho is making
headquarters at I'oiinington
Gap, was a visitor to town last
Mr. and Mrs. K I?. Wood, of
1'illevillo, were guests lit tile
Monte Vista Kridav.
Mrs, Samflrhhatn. nf Vulcan,
W. Va . and Mrs. Carrie Aldor
son, of Wise, spent i few days
in town hist week visiting their
sister, Mrs. .). W. Kelly.
Mrs. .1. M Voting and daugh?
ter. Miss Bessie, of Stonogn,
spent Saturday in thn Gap the
guests of Mrs titis Mouser.
Miss Rtthy Kemper spent a
few days in Vppalacliia laal
week visiting her sister. Mis.
I'LL Mouser
j| Some Special Warn.
Weather Needs
1 >. .> iieluvMi hits its special ttiu> t<> health:>ii>Irninfnii. Sununtii b
probably more tlian the other iaatsnn?. A stock: liko our* provides all
therm \Vliether yon s(ay at hiime or take a vacation trip, you slum
>'<|ul|> yoiirsp|r\vlth items which sill contribute to your pleasures at
Floe rollcl Waters, Haiti Supplies, Shampoos, Lullons, Massage
Creams, Talcums, Pool Powders, Headache Remedies, Rle. : :
When yoti I ratio h?re you are always sine ot a satisfactoryassort me
"i g'ssls anil of lowc-t (Mitsibte prices.
Remember Our Tree Delivery Service and Use Your Phone Freely
During Warm Weather.
Mrs. K. W. Miller, who has
been spending several weeks in
the Onp visiting her daughter.
Mrs. Everett Ureiinen, returned
Thursday to hur h o ni e in
Parkersburg, W. Va.
W. T. Alsover a ml daughter,
Miss Hannah, left Friday htorn
I invc for Mitueh Chunk. Penn.,
\"?hero Miss Hannah will spend
the summer with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn .1. RetlKorj
[ were up from the i love Friday.
Mrs Darthnla Wyatt and;
daughter, Mrs. Onstleton Wade, i
anil Mr. anil Mrs. Chad Slotnpj
ivero up from the Covo Satm
day, '
Effective .Inno I. l!)lt>, the
purchasing department of the
Stonega Coke aid Coal Com?
pany will hr located at Appnla
ehia. Va , instead of Big Stone
Cap. Va., as heretofore, und
correspondence should bo ad?
dressed to "Purchasing Depart?
ment, Stonegn Coke and Coal
Company, Appnlachin, Vu,, f< r
attention of Mr. 11 1'. Voting.
Assistant Purchasing Agent.
Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Andrew
Miles; of Wise, wo'Hi in town
Little Mis- Louis ? Nickel*,
and brother, Muster William,
are visiting l.heii grandparents
in Norton this ? ,-, 1..
Miss Winifred Mullins, who
this s..scion, has returned tu her
honin in the < lap.
\\ '
? ? '
? .
'and Miss Mary ItaihStA . am
Marvin Kelly anil \Viili,,i
n few weeks visiting rchilivi
I itl dilVorenl points.
Miss Virginia Beverly return
? I Monday ftoni Bristol, yyhor
she has been attending,ii hoiisi
party at Big Creek Park sine
I the closing exercises of V'irgiui
Institute, ?liore sin- hits bee
last .vi . visiting her cousin,
Mr>. L O. Pettili.
Misses Ittiby and Pearl Bush, j
very attractive twin sisters,
spent Wednesday in the Cap:
with Miss Baclol Craft, on
rotlto 11? Heir homo at I'liomp ,
nonvilii', K_>.. from Virginia In
stituie, at Bristol, where thoy \
have been atl'-nding school.
Miss olg.e Addingtoti, of
Wise, spent several days hi the
(lap last week visitihg He'
Misses Long.
Miss Elizabeth Col Uns ami
two adopted daughters, Helen
Cox and Beiilah Collins, of Bo
da, spent Friday in the I lap
with Mrs. Ceo. U. Marrs.
Mrs. Sarah Barker returned
Thursday f'rcjih ?> week's^isi;
to relatives in Mondota. sin
was accompanied home by her
daughter, Mrs. Mary Stat/er,
of Eagle Lake, Florida, who
will spend a few dttys in the
(lap visiting her sister, Mrs. P.
M. Befisnr-.-?
I'\>r Relit or Sixloi?pno five
room cottose and six lots. Ap?
ply to .1. \v. Christian, or boxI
ill, Big Stone (lap, V i.
Mr. itinl Mrs. J )!. Ski .11
wero up from the Cove S'ttur
day in their new Ford touring
Mrs. Will Qtivondisli, of 'I'n-i
coma, Mrs. Albert Wells, pfj
Corbin, Ky.. Mrs. Krank Milder j
ami .lohn Johnson, of t ilainor.i
gan, Mr. ami Mrs. Areli John-1
son, of Mendotn, spent a few
days in tin- Gap visiting their
parents. Mr and Mrs .1. S.
Dr. .1. II. Smith, of Riehlilllds,
was in town Saturday and Still
day visiting his father in.law.
M, V. Mc.Cork-le. While here
Btlick car, and in COtnpanx .\ itll
Hunter MeC irkle, left Mob : lj
morning for Itiehluiids bv over
Saturday ninruiiig Wh. i.
ind !
arthagc Woman
Tells Happy Story.!
In fact, Mrsi Duke's' recovery,
iai ii could ho only'temporary. I
0 she bailed front September, I
h 11 h.- look the remedy, im
1 tin- following February to
ass jiiilgmeui. Then she
? | ivrile ) on in regard to your
'underfill .'..mach remedy that
"My weighi was 127-3 pounds;
nyihing I want. I sleep well
I night i would have written j
, to r. hui I .11,i.-d id hoe how
M ., 1'. Y. ,nde 11 ill Remedy j
;i\ e ; permanent re aths for
toilinch, liver and intestinal
lilment.s l-'. it as much ami
vhntevor you like. No more
Ijstress fiftet eating, pressure
? f gas in the stomach and
iroiuiil the In- in. Get one hot
le of your druggist now and
tv it mi an absolute guarantee
- if in.1 satisfactory money will
iie rel ai nod.?adv
To tin.si win. have not paid
I their 1014 taxes. They will
[have to settle at once or I will
Icollect?according to law. which
will add extra cost. The time
is now for nie to force colluctiou.
F. G. Skbkk.
Mrs. W. J. Hc.slcy Dead.
Af(>-r a lingering illness of
two years, Sirs w. ,f. Horsley
died u( Iwr homo at ?'? o'clock
yesterday oftorbnon. She hnd
beim BUfTerihg from cancer of
the stomach and hor death was
expected at any time
The deceased is Bur>ived by
her husband and four children.
Puberal soryivud will be held
froiri the Methodist church at:
two o'clock this afternoon,]
where the deceased was a faith?
ful member for many years,
and the remains will be interred
in i lluncoe Oi tnetery.
Do Not Strain f
Your Eyes
by trying to read by
poor light. Why not
find out what electric ?
lights will cost? They *
ai safe, clean, no #
trouble or worry and ?
easy on the eyes. ,
Wo will wire your 11
!? 011 easy terms. 5
rivestlRate. 3
_ A
owcll Valley Lig
& Power Co. j
Big sti>no Gup and y
Appnlachia, Va. ia
?rvb'y aummiieu my?ilf a eait.lldnte
u< nUko of Treasurer ? ill.-t.i?n ?I*
ioiu< On|i at tin- nlouttdii to bo hebt
: i ?
? .111 .IT till
nrtnerl) iwui
iveiuetll wtlii
? .
MAUS 11 \l I. ItKU'llKIt,
Lawn Swings
?orch swing
;sii)ii worth
Porch Rockers
iN and Chairs
iii enough stylos i>> make a
11 selection from. They are
.vi II made, strong and endur
il Ina days and tnoonl'ght nights
I it \mi are wist: you'll buy yours
Second Week in Odoler 1015
October 11-12-15-14-15-16 M
Vir?inias Great Annual Exposition
Get /Untidy
South-West Insurance Agency
Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In
surancc. Fidelity and Other Bonds

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