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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, August 23, 1916, Image 3

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What's the use ot taking pictures il they are
not GOOD?
Come to us for your kodak and photo supplios
and you will be sure to have the best pictures that
can be made.
Our goods arc from the best makers and are
always fresh.
Sole agents for Eastman Kodaks.
Kelly Drug Company
Z>ho fficxall Storo
Miss Frances Long spent n
few days visiting at Clinchporl
last woek,
llov. .1. B. Oraf t spent Sun?
day nt Clinchport, where he
preached a very interesting
sermon Sunday morning.
\Vi11 Nickels is spending a
few days at Whitespurg, Ky.,
on business this week.
Koto Coutts, ttio Norton
plumber, wns here Saturday af?
ternoon to set! the ball game.
Mrs. J. B. Kennedy, of Cleve
land, Va., spent Saturday in
the flap visiting her brother, .1.
B. '"ampler ami family.
Mrs, (1. VY. I.ovell, of Cincin?
nati, is in Hit! ("lap this week
the guest of Mrs. J. L. McCor
M. K. Hopkins, of Elizabeth
ton, Term., was visiting in town
Saturday afternoon.
C. W. Boyd, of Rielilatids,
was a business visitor in the
< lap Saturday.
K, M. Kuller, of Speers Ker?
ry, was in the (lap a few days
hist week visiting his son, .1. 0.
1'. 0. JBnnner, of Dot, Va.,
was among tho traveling men
in town last Friday.
K. M. McDonald, of Jasper,
was a business visitor iu the
(lap one day last week.
Cook with Electricity.
Will Nickels returned to the
I lap Monday night from a busi?
ness trip to Whitesburg, Ky.
William K. Lassiter, who has
a position hero in the ollices of
tho Stonegn Coke and Coal
Company, returned to the
Cap Monday night from a
pleasure trip to points in North
J. Parrish and daughter, .Miss
Elizabeth, of Duflield, spout a
few days in tho (iap last week.
M. R. McCorkle, of McCorkle,
hear Haute, spent a few days in
the Gap with his family last
Cook with Electricity.
Misses Mahel Wine and Ks
teile Powers, of Cincinnati, ar?
rived in tho Gap Monday,
where they will spend several
(lays, the attractive guests of
Mrs. .lames R. 'Paylor.
I Mrs. John Taylor and chil?
dren returned Sunday night
from a few days' visit to rela?
tives at Clinchport.
Little Miss Thelma Hanks
spent last week with relatives
in Scott County.
Mrs. \V. R. Roherson spent ti
few days in Bristol last week
with her sister.
Ransom Payne spent Sunday
at Natural Tunnel, where bo
attended a picnic given by Miss
Helen Paddock, of Jasper.
Miss (ilessie Oilly, who has
been attending tho summer
school at tho University of Vir?
ginia, returned to her homo in
the Gap lust week.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Blanton
loft Sunday morning for Wil
iliamsport, Pa., where they will
spend a few days with Mrs.
Blanton's aunt, Mrs. J. A. L.
i Minor.
The Equal Suffrage League
of Big Stone Gap will meat in
the Public School Auditorium
Saturday afternoon, August
'26th, at 4:30 o'clock. All per?
sons interested in equal suffrage
jare cordially invited to attend
the meeting.
Mrs. Lillian Palmer, of
Kingsport, spent part of Inst
week in the (lap visiting her
brother, J. C. Fuller, who has
been .[uite sick for tho past few
days. j
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I This Drug Store Sells I
-AT VERY- |]
^1 Vour prescription will be compounded from the freshest and purest of (51
S drugs, and the utmost care as to accuracy will be observed in detail. |j=j
rjjjl Done while you wait. njjl
[en i**tc?tl<>?. *?>??>-.. A complete line of plain and fancy stationery Ira
[gj is a feature of tiiis store. Your every wish can be gratified Imth as to [ja]
15] style and to price. Economy, thought prevails in every purchase.
[SJ Tollot ArtlcleH r?ti<I l'ooo Crentn?.
y Toilet articles ot every variety for men ami women are sold at very low
y=j prices and the quality is always of the best.
raj Face creams and other beauty preparations for women represent the best
i5] products of the market. No article of an injurious nature Is sold at this
store. They make good.
Mutual Drug Company
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alsovor
und two children, Evelyn and]
Robert, returned last .week'|
from a visit to relatives at dif
foreut points in Pennsylvania.
Mrs. NV. H. Polly has return?
ed from a several weeks' visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Peuuington, at Peunington
Gap. :
Mrs. \V. J. Draper and three
children, Lucile, Irene and Ili
riam, who have beou spending
a few weeks at Hot Springs,
Ark., returned to thoir homo in
the Clap last, week.
Cook with Electricity.
Miss Hess Beverly, of Norton,
who has boon spending several
days in the Gap with her aunt,
Mrs. Mary Beverly, returned to
her home Sunday.
Dr. William T. Van Pelt, of
Norfolk, Va., is tho pleasant
and accommodating new phar?
macist with the Kelly Drug
Company at th)3 place. We
are glad to welcome Dr. Van
Pelt to the Gap.
Misses Mary Skeen and F.dna
Peunington spent Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Skeen in tho
Mrs. Goorgo Soweit and chil?
dren, George, Henry, Dorothy
und Hatty, of Middlesboro, vis
ited Mrs. Sewell's father, Judge
H. A. W. Skeen, this week.
FOR SALE:?Six room two
story residence. All rooms
large and well lighted. All
modern conveniences. Located
in one of the best communities
in Rig Stone Gap. For further
information apply to tho editor
of this paper.
Miss Rachel Wolfe, of Appa
lachia, spent Sunday in Tur?
key Cove, the guest of Mrs.
Wm. Young.
Mrs. Eula Young Morrison
and little son, Rob, motored
over to Norton Saturday, whore
they wero the guests of Mrs.
Susie Youelt, of that place.
Thq now telephone line down
the pike through the Cove to
I'ennington will be begun this
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fugaie,
of Iniboden, visited relatives in
town Sunday.
H. Sutton Wagoner, formerly
of the Gap, but who now has a
position with the Cambria
Steel Company in Johnstown,
Pa., is spending a few days in
tho Gap.
Tom Pugh, of Peunington
Gap, was in town Monday.
Misses Florence MeCortmck,
Sarah ami Katharine Lovoll at?
tended the wedding of Miss
Pearl Pepper and Mr. Carlton
McCall Thursday morning at
Mrs. E, P. Burgess has as her
guests for several days her
mother and sister, (Mrs. J. H.
Cox and Miss Jessie Cox, of
Frankfort, Ky.
M. C. Davis, principal of the
school at Olioger, was a busi?
ness visitor to the Gup on last
C. P. Hcrndon, of Dry den,
was here all last week serving
on a jury in the Pnited States
Misses Blanche and Alpha
Adding!on, of Wise, spont tho
week end in the valley above
town, the guests of Mr, and
Mrs. W. R. Wilson:
Mr. II. V. Churchill, of
Louisville, arrived in the Gap
Saturday and is the guest of
his neice, Mrs. J. W. Cbalkley.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James
Cambios, last Wednesday, at
the homo of Mrs. Camblos' fa?
ther, Capt. J. F. Bullitt, a ten
pound sou, which has been
named Joshua Fry Bullitt, for
his grandfather.
Mrs. F. G. Payne and two
little sons, who spent several
days in the Gap visiting rela?
tives, returned to their homo in
Roanoko Saturday morning.
SYilburn Flconor is visiting
friends und relatives inMendota
and Bristol this week.
Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Orr spent
a few days tho past week at St.
Paul visiting their daughter,
Mrs. G. L. Pugh.
J. L. Mullins and little son, of
Saltville, spent snvorai days, the
past week hear and at Glamor?
gan visiting relatives and
Clifton S. Holston has return?
ed to Roda, Va., after spend?
ing some two weeks here with
homefolks and camping and
fishing on the Holston River.?
Rogersville Herald.
A. K. Mann, of Wise, spent a
few days last week in the Gap
on business.
Mrs. W. M. Youug, of Turkey
Cove, was a visitor to the Qap
on last Friday.
0. M. Vicars, E. M. Fulton.
K. P. Bruce, W. FI. Bond and
W. W. G. Dotson, of Wise,
were among tho attorneys at?
tending United Stales Court in
the Gap lust week.
Miss Nemo Vineyard return
e 1 home last week from Cin?
cinnati, where sho spent tho
past two months taking a
special course in music at the
MiBs Mabel Parrish, of Duf
fleld, spent a few days in town
lust week attending Federal
C. C. Palmer, of Gato City,
deputy collector of tho 4th di?
vision of tho Western District
of Virginia, was in town last
week attending court.
Cook with Electricity.
A. C. Malheson, auditor of
the Cumberland Railroad Com?
pany at Artemus, Ky., and
wife spent a few days the past
week visiting friends in the
Cap. They formerly lived here
while Mr. Matheson was con?
nected with the Interstate Kail
road Company and their many
friends were glad to see them
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brown, of
Middlesboro, Came up Sunday
morning on a visit to relatives.
Mr. Brown returned home Mon?
day morning but his wife and
baby will remain in the (Jap for
several days.
Ceo. L. Taylor, 0. s. Carter
and H. J. Ayera spent Tuesday
at Bristol conferring with
Democrats of the Ninth Dis?
Mrs. \V, 10. Flotcber returned
to her home at Dot, Va., Mon?
day night, after a few days vis?
it here with relatives.
D. B. Wentz, president of tho
Stonegu Coke & Coal Company,
after spending sevornl days in
the (lap on business, returned
to his homo in Philadelphia on
last Thursday.
There will be services in the
Episcopal Church next Sunday |
morning at eleven o'clock.
Tho public is cordially invited
jo attend.
John Moyler, general agent
for tho Provident Life & Trust
Company, spent Friday night
in town, joining Spiller Hicks
at Appalachia Saturday morn?
Commonwealth's Attorney C.
R. McCorkle, of Wise, Hpent a
few days in town last week
with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Lane
motored to Tacoma Sunday
morning in company with Ruth,
Katharine and James Burrou,
nod spent tho day visiting the
family of J. S. Johnson.
Ellis Wilkinson, who is oper?
ating a band saw mill near
Kingsport, cutting principally
hardwoods into lumber, was a
visitor hero Thursday. He has
been very busy at his present
operations for more than a year
and has met with good success.
The market conditions are now
most promising, and ready solo
is found for every foot of lum?
ber his mill can cut.?Bristol
Herald Courier.
Cook with Electricity.
Rev. Jas. M. Smith will Ml
his regular appointments next
Sunday. He will preach at tho
Presbyterian Church at 11 a.
in.; at Appalachia at 3:30 p. in.;
and at the Seminary in Turkey
Cove at 8 p. in. A cordial in
vitution to all to attend theso
Dr. Charles R. Link, the
popular druggist ut the Mutual
Drug Store, returned Mouduy
night from a vacation spent
with relatives in Charlottsville
and Richmond,
Miss Gladys HulTord, of Bris?
tol, is the attractive guest of
Miss Mabel Willis.
Attorney Waltor H. Robert?
son, formerly of Johnson City
but now of Big Stone Gap, is
soon to make his homo in Bris?
tol. Mr. Rohertson is accociat
ed with tho legal department of
the Clinchlield Coul Corpora?
tion and will muke Bristol his
headquarters. He will move
his family to this city.?Bristol
Herald Courier.
Mrs. W. C. Tucker and little
son, of Benham, Ky., spent
Monday night in the Gap, en
route to Johnson City, where
they will spend a few duys vis
iting relatives.
Sept. 10-22
Fifteen Big Shows, Fifteen Race Horses,
Balloon Ascensions, Free Shows,
Fireworks, Automobile Races.
Parades, Automobile Show.
Night Horse Show.
Write For Premium List
by pnriicular buyers for
their food value ruthor
(ban prices. Well informed
housewives k u u w that
tough stringy meat is dear
at almost any pric
Phoy k now I lull
The Quality of Meat
is determined by the nutrition it contains. Question: ?
When you can get both quality anil price from 11?, is there
any good reason why we should not, have your trade?
Hisel's Meat Market
In Polii Building
The Favorite Ranges
Do their work bettor than any
other line of ranges
They do it with less fuel.
Tin y require so little can- .mil attention that they save
about one-quarter of the linn- usually spent in the kitchen.
And that eliminates all the disagreeable bard work necessary
with a common range.
If you buy a Favorite Range, you will be assured o( pcr
fect satisfaction for unlimited years?at a fuel cost so low
that the tauge will pay back its own cost many times over.
If you have any regard for money?if you can't afford
to throw it away?you can't afford to buy or use any range
but a Eavofitc;
Und ford State Normal School for Women
Trains tcaohora (or tin Primary (trades, i<
School. Domoatle 86!encu and Manual Aits
scholarship* for all teachers,
New llulldinga, modern dormitories ?Uli hot ami colli wah
<hi.it equipment, strong facility, active Young Wohiau'sChrial
tali in 1; Literary Societies, many -tmh-ni organlzatloiu and .1
lir.try, free Heading Room, Vocal Music, Piano anil Violin.
Lie:" shady campus, pure artcaian wator; large gymn
tininar(iradea, and lor High
in.uiy Sntiulal Courses. Kree
i ll room, abtin.
soolatlon, llour
niM, liooil Li?
re,-real ions .uid games, swimming pool in the Aihhi
mill scenery unsurpassed, health conditions ideal
For Catalogue. Hooklet of Views, .mil Lull Infi.at
rls. out
? ration lluihllug', climate
Mr. H. W. Dougherty, of
Clover Holge, brought Iii? lit?
tle grandson, Jarnos Dougher?
ty, to town Saturday. The lit
tie foll.iw was returning to bis j
homo at Hig Stone Gap,?Gate
City Herald.
Wo see that John Fox, Jr.,
is to write a nnsv book, and al?
so some short stories. Mr. Kox
is well known in Southwest
[Virginia, and his works are
read by many people with in?
terest. Have you read the
"Trail of tho Lonesome Pine"?
It's well worth while.?Clint
wood Moon.
K. P. Stewart, of Lee county,
won the motorcycle given away
by the Liggett Myers Tobacco
Company, with W . L. Myers, of
Russell county, second, while
J. A. Johnson, formerly of Nor?
ton but now of Wise, third,
I loading all other contestants in
Wise county by more than 150,?
000. Consolation prizes were
awarded to Myers, .Johnson,
(lash mid Brown. ? \V.?So Re?
publican .
Johnny Hilly, one of Loo
county's most progressive fur
mers, and who bundles some of
the best live stock in tins sec?
tion, reports thnt he bus bought
two more lino cows from War?
ren T.i McUray, of IvotUiund,
Ind., breeders of registered
! Hereford stock, und that they
will arrive here in a fow days.
; Mr. Uilly had his cattle on ex
| hlbition ttt thoLee county Fair in
! Jonesville last year und easily
1 carried off tirsl. prizes and ex?
pects to have an ovon better
show this year. Ho is also
thinking of taking his cattle to
the Fair at Boanoke this fall.

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