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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, May 10, 1916, Image 3

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Our' Ice Cr^am < . /] \^'~T
and Soda arc Deli clous;
Once you taste our ice cream and soda you
will regret that you have not before visited our
cooling fount.
Our cooling drinks and ices are "pure food"
too We use pure syrup, pure cream, pure flavor?
Kelly Drug Company
Tj/ic fflcxat/ Store
R. It. OilBpor, milliter of Ilm j
Storicgn Coke ami Coal (Join
pany, sliont Sunday in Norton.
Tims. Gennoll.of Bristol, was
among the business imiii in
town lust week.
Mr. ami Mis. I'alt! ( line. of.
Bristol, are Stopping at the
Monte Vista.
H. 1,. Armstrong, of Knox
villo, was among the traveling
' men calling on the triidc in the
. (lap last week.
Rylnnd Craft, of Gate City,
spoilt Sumlay night ill the Gap
with his father, ItoVi .1. B.
Mrs. Hoff, of Appalacliln, will
sing at the Baptist church Sun-1
du)' night. Ill very one is cor
dially invited to attend.
T. II. 1'iigh, representing
Thomas, Andrews (!ompnny, of
Norton', was a business visitor
in town Monday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Lahe and
little daughter, Henrietta, spent
Saturday and Sunday with rela?
tives in Bye Cove.
Mrs. Alex Litton and daugh?
ter, MisH Ella, of Hat woods,
are the guests of Mrs. Litton's
son, Leonard Litton, in the I lap.
I'rof. Bo wen, of the Lee Hap
list Institute, of I'ennington
(lap, spent Sundav in the Gap
with Rev. J. It. Criift.
Miss Linie Taylor taught Fri?
day in the Arno school for her
Bister, Miss Miriam, who was
Emmet Stone, who has been
very sick with typhoid fever at
the home of his father in law ,
.1. 11. Catron, is improving.
The Lloyd t i uihl of Christ
Episcopal Church wMI meet at
the home of Mrs. V. . i:. I', ek.
Thursday at 1 o'clock p. m.
'rim many friends of Paul
?lessee will bo glad to know that
lie is improving dt iIiis writing.
Sweet Potato Plant? for Bale.
Apply at .M. 0. Bostie^s grocery
Mrs J. B. P. Skeeh.of turkey
(Jove, loft Tuesday afternoon
for Mohawk, Tenti., where she
will spend a tow days visiting
her parents, und frout there she
will go to Knoxville, where she
will taken treatment for stom?
ach troubled
Mr. ami Mrs. it. A. Alexand?
er, of Imhoden, were visitors to
the Gup on last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. (!. N. Knight
spent Sunday at Ahingdon vis?
iting their (laughter, Miss
Kathleen Knight, who is at?
tending scho?l at Martha Wash?
ington College.
Mr! and Mrs. II. L. Miller and
daughters. Misses Margaret ami
Christine, and little son. Milton,
have returned from a few days
visit in Knoxville. They inade
the trip to Knoxville ami hack
in Mr. Miller's private ear.
.Miss Margaret Pettit return?
ed to her home in the Gup Sun?
day night from Bye GoVe; Scott
county, where she has la-en
teaching music in the public
school. Miss Beryl How .11 ac?
companied her homo and will
spend a few days here before
returning to her home in Geor?
Mrs. Gleh Southward ami lit?
tle daughter returned this week
from Miildlosboro, where thoy
have been spending a few weeks
visiting relatives.
Misses Florence McCormiek
and Sara Goch rail --pent Tues?
day night at Imhoden with
Mrs. II. A. Alexander
Mr. and Mrs. Black ami Miss
Father Hlsser motored down
to the (lap from Norton last
Wednesday afternoon.
Is a Good Man io Know
E is the man who sells you the drugs and med?
icines that keep you in good health.
\i is tin' mail who sells you the preparations that
keep you beautiful or handsome?and happy.
li is the man that sells you the sweets that make
life more enjoyable to you.
li is the man who sells you the toilet articles that
keep you in the pink of condition.
Mutual Drug Company
Miss Delia Parsons spent Ins*-j
week visiting her brother at!
Toms Creek.
Mrs. A. Kyle Morison and
two attractivechihlrun left last
week for Indiuifbplis, Ind.,
where Ihey will visit relatives
for a few weeks.
I will have sweet potatoes
plants fur sale beginning May
tlte Otli or Mb ind on (luring the
season.?Mrs. D. II. Bruce. 18tf,
Mrs. Harri-, of Knoxville, is
spending sevi ral days in the
i lap visiting her son, Raymond
Darns, at their appartinenls in
the Tonraine Plats.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis MoUSer
spent a few hours shopping in
Appalaehia Friday afternoon.
The many friends of Miss
Alice Bruce will he glad to
know that she has left the ||os I
pilal, where she under went aj
very successful operation in
Washington, !). C. ami is at
the home of her brother, K. II.
Bruce, there.
('. C. Scarll'. of Huntington,
spent a few days in the Gap
last week.
Nal Si. .lohn, of Bristol* was
among the traveling men in
town last week.
A. M. Iviiihard, of Middles
horn, wns among the insurance
men in low it last week.
Dr. Thos, Stab-v. of Bristol,
wns in town last Friday on pro
fessiontd business.
George I! heads left last, week
for llopewell, \"a., where be
has accepted a position.
Mr. and Mis. 10 I Mention
went to Birmingham last week,
where Mrs. Dronnen will visit
for several days.
.1. I). Broiidwatei was over
from Onto City hist Thursday
on business.
M iss Crew ley, M iss (i nimm, I
Mr. and Mrs. Dow son, Mr. und
Mrs. Robert Graham motored
down to tin- Gap from Norton
last Thursday evening and look
supper at the Mouth Vista.
Miss Rossi Pridemore is spend?
ing a few days in Joncsville
vioiting friends and relatives. |
Dr. and Mrs. t b o. T. Win?
ston, after a visit to their son,
F. T. Winston, at this pinch, rn
turned to their home in As lie
ville this week.
Mrs. U.S. Benjamin left last
week on a visit lo homofolks in
New York City.
Mrs. F- M-Thompson and two
little granddaiightei.-, Dorothy
and Louise Neill. of Selinri, AI
abama, are visiting the for?
mer's sister, Mrs. 1?.' U. Daak.
We have in stock in our re?
frigerator this week Tennessee
strawberries, new green beans,
tomatoes. cucumbers and!
greens. Fresh fish on Th?rs-1
day and Saturday. -F. V'A
'The United I laughters of i he
Confederacy will moot today
(Wednesday ) al three o'clock ill
the home of Mrs. I iedi L. l av
? lor.
Miss (Ira Cle.-k spent, a few
dliys in Keokee last Week with
bei cousin, Mrs. .lohn (bites.
Misses Mary and Blanche
Kilhnurnc left hist Friday for
Chattanooga, Tehn , when-they
have both accepted positions in
a large department store
While there they will stop at
the hon.f Mrs' .1. 11. La\IR?ld,
who recently moved there from
the Gap.
LOST:?Between the resi?
dence of A. K Morison and 11
.Martin's, on i.tst Friday, one
seven jewel Walthani watch
Finder will please return to the
office of A. K. Morison and re?
ceive reward.
Dr. C. B. Bow y er, of Stonoga,
Vii., left. Tuesday, for Newport
News, Vir, to attend the An
?mal Mee'ing of the Stale
Health Association. lie will
open the discussion on: ??'The
prevention of Communicable
Diseases, from the County
Contractors Joshua and John
F. Muliins have completed the
tine new' residence of Juo. W,
C-hnlkley on Poplar Hill, and
Mr. Chalkley moved hi.- family
into it Saturday.
I Mr. and Mrs. 10. .1. Counts, of
Appalaehia, spent Sunday in
the Gap, the guests of Mr. anil
Mrs. 10. C. Taylor.
Miss Anne Phillips, who has
been spending several weeks in
the Gap at the home of Mrs. S.
A. Bailey, returned to her h?hle
in Cincinnati Thursday morn?
G. F. Jones,Deputy Collector,
is spending Ibis week in Lon?
don, Ky., attending Federal
J. Polk Wolfe, auditor for tho
Clinchlield Coal Company, ut
Dante, spent Sunday in town
visiting hi* parents, Mr. and
Mi*. J. P. Wolfe.
Mr and Mrs. K. F. Tato and
Mr* .M V. Ii.?ilon, of Osaka,
spent a short while in town
(Sunday visiting the family of
Lihdsoy Morton.
Dr. .1. A (iiliner went to (rate
City Tuesday morning to at?
tend Scott Couut) Circuit
W. A. (Iw.ns, .1. II. Skaggs
and .1. ti. MoOowon, suporiii'
lendctil, store manager and
mine foreman, respectively, of
the Stonega Coke anil Coal
Company 's operation at Hoda,
motored to town Sunday and
spent a few hours at the park
taking it: the hand concert.
Sweet Potato Plants for sale.
Sec Ltndscy Horton.
Mrs. ('. I,. Chapman came
down from Appalnchiu Thurs?
day and spent the day with
Mrs Brown.
Mis. Guy I.. Piigli, of St.
Paul, spent a few days in town
this week with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. D F. Orr.
Sue, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1'.. Wnmplcr,
returned last week from a two
weeks visit to her grandparents
in (late City, tforuncte, l.eland
M iConnoll, brought her hone'.
Mrs. Annis Morrison is spend?
ing a few witli relatives and
friends in Abiugdoii und other
Mrs. II. Purlin, tt andjlittle
son, will leave this week for
ItlUclield, where they will spend
a few weeks visiting relatives,
M iss ICIi/.ubctli Connor return
id Friday from Dryden, where
she assisted Dfs. Pierce and
McNeil in a very successful
operation on Mrs. Kriuorl
Miss Virginia IJevorloy left
Monday night for Cincinnati,
where she will spend several
weeks at the Conservatory of
Attorney George Ponn, of
Abingdon, was among the pro?
fessional men in town last
Supti II. A Alexander, of 1m
boden; Supt. Ifi F. late, of
Osaka; Supt. W, A. Owens, of
Koda; Supt. ('. W. Kotenberry,
of Ariio; Supt. C, O. Dulfy. I.t
Stonega, and Supt. .1. K.Tag
gai t, of Keokee, were business
visitors to the Gttjl on last
Miss Caroline Itlioiids spent
a few days at Stonega last
week, the guest of Mrs. S. .1.
(.inn dry.
Misses Mary mid Uli/.abeth
t 'onnor spent Sunday at Norton.
Mrs. .1. .1. Huston arrived in
the (l ip Frida v morning from
S.m Francisco and will spOnd
sev eral weeks in the Cap the
i^.i. rit of her brother. O. L.
Messrs. II. I.. Miller, .1. F.
Butlitt and < His Moiiser return
e,l Thursday from a business
trip to Washington.
Buylor Btanchard returned
Sunday night from Bristol,
where he spent several days
with hoinefolks.
W. K. Bice, of the Black w.1
Coal and Coke Company, was a
business visitor to tho (lap on
last Thursday.
Miss Klla Sue Wagner re
turned to her home in the flap
from Graham Friday. She was
accompanied there by her little
nieces MarySuo and Alliott
MaciMllllen, who bad been visit
ilig their grandparents, Bev.
and Mrs. Wagner in the (lap.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wax have
returned from a several days
visit to relatives in Bristol.
Misses Qeorgie and Louise
Cox spent Saturday and Sun?
day at Roda.
Mrs. Kobert Amos left Satur?
day night for Dayton, Ohio,
whore her husband has accept?
ed a position.
George Wajlace ami M. S.
Carpenter went to Cress, near
Imhoden, whore they have ac?
cepted employment by the
Stonega Coke and Coal Com?
Miss Buna Blcdsoo, who has
.spent the past three weeks in
ibe Gap, visiting her brother
and sister, Davi.-i Blcdsoo and
Mrs. M. S. Carpenter, will re?
turn to her home tit Canton,
Scott county, this week.
Paul Chestnut has gone to
Cross, where ho has accepted a
It carries Into tho homo n choorful and
contontoO spirit of happlnoss.
The New Home has heen re?
lieving the burden of the
housewife for the past half
century and has proven itself
to be the greatest sewing ma?
chine value to be had. No
matter what others say, buy a
New I Ionic Machine now and
you will never regret it. The
success of this machine is due
to its serving qualities.
Always ready to show them.
an ntuco ilii iy. an otheo ?< onse.
W. W. Taylor & Sons
Our Motto
is giving all we
can (or what we
get? instead of
getting all w c
can (or what we
We have thirty
years practice in
stone work and
can make or do
any Monument?
al Work desired
at the lowest
Mnnufactui eel by
Jot? IVIinoir ?5 Sons
Instead of having to make a selection from two or three pieces of
marble ad the iivorugo agent curries, writ can show you any and
all kinds of material suitable for monumental stock. Wo nro
capable of explaining anything about (ira. ite or Marble of any
kind. Let us call oh you and show and demonstrate the goods
ami work and save you the agent's commission. If interested
drop us a card and we will call oll von. Wo have erected
some of the best work ill Leo and Wise Counties. It wont cost
you anything til look. We make terms to suit the buyer.
Yours very respectfully,
,|?>1C MIXOR * SONS.
We arc offering Irons, Cleaners
and Sewing Machine Motors at
Clearance S;i!e Prices, this month
only. Ask for a demonstration.
Electric Transmission Company of Virginia
Bit> Stone Gap and Appalachia, Va.
liconoihy?in low first cost and small cost
to operate and maintain. Strength?ability
to stand up under the hardest sort of use.
Simplicity?a plain sturdy motor in a won?
derfully strong and light car, easy for any?
one to ruh and care for. The Ford car?
your necessity. Runabout $390; Touring
Car $440; Coupclet S590; Town Car $6.1.0;
Sedan 5740, f. o. !>. Detroit. t)n sale and
display at
Mineral Motor Company
Distributors ~,
Big Stone Gap. Va.
VYc wash everything, even the finest goods,
and guarantee our work. Send us your bundles
The Royal Laundry
R. P. BARR0N, Proprietor

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