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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, September 20, 1916, Image 3

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Take care ot your teeth ?you use them often.
Besides, bad teeth lead to many nervous disorders
and stomach troubles. A clean mouth and teeth
add zest to the appetite and aid digestion; it is a
joy to yourself and politeness demands it.
You will ?ind just what you want in our splen?
did line of tooth brushes, pastes, powders and
washes.
Kelly Drug Company
7j/ia ffiaxall Store
BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA
LOCAL ITEMS.
E. C. Krazior, of Gate City,
wim a visitor in the Gap lust
Thursday,
A. M. Kin nurd, of'Middles
lioro, Ky., spent lust Thursday
in town on ImsinesH.
Mrs. Sarah Thompson, who
has been quite sick fur several
days,isihbw slightly improving.
11. Pi Chapman, representa?
tive of the Hoanoke Times, was
in the Gap the tirst of the
week.
Miss Sophia Benedict spent
Saturday and Sunday at Ap
pulaohia with friends.
Miss Mary Lilbourne is visit?
ing friends ut St. Charles ami
Peunington Gap for several
days.
Mis. J. K. Taggart. ami two
little sous, of Keokee, spent
Saturday and Sunday in the
Cap.
J, 11. Skaggs, store manager
for the Stoiiega Coke and Coal
Company at Roda, was in town
a few hours lust Thursday.
Mrs. \V. Rune, of Rye Cove,
Scott County, is spending a few
days in the Gap with her eons,
I lenry and Carl Lane.
Mrs. H. E. Benedict left Sat?
urday for Chattanooga, where
she will attend the annual con?
vention of the Rebecca Lodge.
Miss Florence McConnick, of
Knoxvillo, who has been visit?
ing her brother, J. L. Mc?
Connick. in the Gap for a few
weeks, left Monday morning
for Middleftboro, where she
will visit for several days.
Miss Edna Cutroo left this
week for Radford, where she
will attend school this winter.
tides her normal studies Miss
Edna will take a special course
on the violin.
Mr. und.Mrs. A ('.An lcrson, of
Wise, spent Saturday after,
noun in town visiting friends.
LI. 1.. Moore, of Johnson City,
formerly general manager of
tin-Hin Stone Extract Works,
at tins place, was in town the
first of the week on business.
Hay and ISlbert Lipps, of
Wise, sp mt a few hours in the
< lap Saturday afternoon.
Dr. (I ('. Honey cut t, the
dontist, spent Friday and Sat
unlay at Oliuchport on pro
fessioiial business.
Cook with Electricity.
Miss Katharine Peyton, of
Chariot tea villo, arrived in the
Gap last Wednesday night,
where she will spend a few
weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Will
Qoodloe.
Mrs. ,1. tl. Muncy spent Sat?
urday at Jonesvillo with rela?
tives.
Miss Willie McDowell, who
was stenographer in Hullitt &
Chalicley's law oil!cos during
the absence of Miss Watts, re?
turned to her home in Jones?
villo Saturday.
Misses Lewis, of Harlan, Ky.,
Martha Faulkner, of Wood,
Ky., spent last .Tuesday nip;ht
in the (Jap, guests at the Monte
Vista Hotel, en route to Abing
don to attend school at Martha
Washington College.
News has been received bore
of the birth of a son to Mr. anil
Mrs. Will B, ?arnes, at Mrs.
fames' parents home in Lau
erster, Ohio.
Miss Mamie Qoodloe, who
has been sponding several
weeks in the Gap visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. S. Mathews, re?
turned Thursday to her home
in Williamson, W. Va.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. I). B.
Alien Sunday night, a girl.
I ABOUT DRUGS I
M There are two classes of druggists and two [5|
raj kinds of drugs that are sold to the public. |gjj
1. The druggist who is altogether on the "make" Js
ra] and who sells cheap and stale drugs at full prices.
2. The druggist who is on the "square" and who M
[?i sells only pure and guaranteed drugs at no increase (ra
|jj in price. _ p
fey This drug store is on the "square" in its every m
sale and its every act. There are no cheap drugs [=j]
l&j] in our stock, and no stale ones, and we never sub- |ra
I Stitute- . ? . . I
fej When you bring a physician's prescription to n{jj
?] this store you get exactly what that physician intends l?fi
j|j you to have?no more and no less. ||
15] ?- raj
Mutual Drug Company
15] INCORPORATED raj
H BIG STONE GAP, VA. j|
Mi83 Mabel Martin, of Nor?
folk, is tho guestot Miss Jnuio
Slump at her homo on Poplar
Hill this week.
Mrs. J. \V. Fox, Mies Minnie
Fox and John Fox, Jr., are]
soending severul days in New
York with Mrs. Fox's son,
Hie hard Fox.
Miss Anna McCormick, of
Middloshoro, spent severul days
in the Gup last week visiting
Miss Florence McCormick.
Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Hixou and
little daughter, Alma, returned
Tuesday night t<* thir home in
Chattanooga, after spending
a few days in the (lap with
Mrs. Hussell'N daughter) Mrs. I
0. IX Jenkins.
Mrs. Walter Robinson spent
a few days in Bristol last week.
Mrs. Everett Dreniien and
two little sons, Everettj Jr.,
and Hilly, are spending some?
time with Mrs Dreuueu's par?
ents, J udge ami Mrs. Miller, at
Parkursburg, \V. Vo.
Cook with Electricity.
Miss Mabel Quillen will leave
this week for Louisville, where
she will spend the winter with
friends.
Miss Lillian Wolfe, daughter,
of l'rof. A. .). Wolfe, left Mon?
day morning for Hudford.wbero
she will attend school at tho
State Normal this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Cnehrun
and daughter, Miss Sara, mo?
tored to Bristol last week,where
they spent a few days.
Mrs. Sally A. Bailey spent
Saturday at Roda and Osaka,
where she has reorganized her
largo music class, after a
month's vacation.
At ib.! \V. 0. T. I". County
('.invention, which was held at
Wise August :ilst, Mrs. M. R.
McCorklo, of the (lap, was
elected corresponding secretary
of the W. C. T. U's of the Conn
ty. Mrs. G. W. Kilgore, of
Wise, president. Mrs. Mary
Martin, of Norton, vico-prosi
dent, Mrs. C. Q. Counts, of
Coeburn, recording secretary.
Miss Maine McColgau, of Nor
Loa, Treasurer.
J. W. Hush, representing the
1'urituu Grape Juice Company,
is spending a few days in town
this week.
The Leewiscott Fair is in full
blast now, ami you will miss a
treat if you fail to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McCorklo,
who has been living in the
Slemp residence on Poplar Hid,
will leave this week for Rich
lands, wbero they will spend
some lime.
Hunter McCorklo, who is
driving a passenger car at
Dante, spent a few days in
town last week.
Mrs. lrby Nickels and two
attractive children, Louise and
William, left Friday for Nor?
ton, where they will visit rela?
tives a few days before going
to Knoxville to make their fu
luru home, where Mr. Nickels
has accepted a good position in
a large department store. The
many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Nickels will he sorry to learn of
their leaving the (lap.
Cook with Electricity.
Mrs. Vilas Wells and coucio,
Miss Rose Hamilton, of Mid
dleshoro, have returned to the
( lap from a few days visit to
relatives in Morristown.
Mrs. Joseph Bryan (nee Miss
Edna Mann) and three children,
of Myton, Utah, who have been
visiting Mtb J. W. Kelly in the
Gap, left Monday for Fort
Blackraore,a where they will
spend a few days before going
to Washington, D. C, to spend
the winter.
Mrs. Martin Wolfe, of Dun
gannon, is visiting her eou,
Prof. A. J, Wolfe, in the Gap.
Mrs. Lula Tatum, who has
been visiting her daughter,Mrs.
11. W. Gilliam, in tho Gup, re?
turned to her home at Stewart,
Va., Monday morning.
I am organizing a violin class
in Big Stone Gap ami those
who would liko to take lessons
will pleaso call on or phono me.
?Miss Virginia Beverly.
Tho Lloyd Guild of Christ's
Episcopal Churoh will dispense
wltti its regular meeting Thurs?
day of this week.
D. Terpstra, manager of tire
Wiso Coal and Coke Company
at Dorchester, spent last Friday
night in tho Gap on business.
J. E. Mears, formerly with
the law firm of Irvine and Mor
ison, is spending a few duys in
town this week.
Li L. Piorco, boss carpenter
for the ?tqhega Coke and Coal
Company at Imboden, was in
town on business Monday af?
ternoon.
A. B. Ferguson, of Richmond,:
is visiting at the homo of Iiis
sister, Mrs. J. M. Goodloo, itij
the Cap.
Cook with Electricity.
A premium of $5.00 will bo
given the night of the Mikado
performance to the person hold?
ing the lucky number of a fifty
cent tickot. Admission 50 cts.
and 35 cIb. Children '25.
Why waste your time School?
girls and School-boys studying
subjects which cannot be used
outside of the regular school
room? Just a (J-9-or 12 months
coursp' with Smith Brothers,
Shorthand ami Rusiness Col?
lege will prove of more practi
Col benefit than nearly all pre?
vious education combined
Write P. I). Rox 115.
B. C. Ferguson left this morn
ing( Wednesday) for New York,
from which place he will sail
on next Saturday for Chile,
where he has accepted a posi?
tion with the Ohilo Exploration
Company, of which R. B. Tins
ley, formerly of the (lap, is
superintendent of construction.
The work of taking up the
I steel rails of the dummy line,
which suspended operation last
January, was commenced last
week. These rails were sohl to
the Interment Coal anil Iron
Corporation and will be used
at tlteir various mines in Wise
I and Lee Counties.
Dr. Karl Stoeltr, Sergeant,
and N It. Williams, a {private
of Company II, Second Regi
moht of Virginia Volunteers,
returned to the flap last night
after a stay of several weeks on
the Mexican border, having re?
ceived an honorable discharge.
Col' Jack Kelly, an excellent
business man from Wise, was
ovor several days this week
looking after business, He is
brother in-lnw of Secretary
I of State.Ias. P. Lewis. ? Whites
I burg Eagle.
Cook with Electricity.
The Parent-Teachers' Ab
lociation will meet in the school
auditorium on Wednesday,
September '.'.7th at ;i::i0 p. m.
The topic for discussion will be
the truancy and tardy problem
in our school. The discussion
will bo led by Mrs. E. E. Good
loe and Prof. E. C. Akers. Af?
ter the meeting in informal re?
ception will bo given the teach?
ers and refreshments will be
served.
The Modernized System of!
Shorthand Writing taught in
Smith Brothers, Shorthand
School and Business College is
not a "get rich quick'1 scheme
in which the student is given a
do.ie in the morning, a double
dose at noon, ami. sent out
full Hedged stenographer ill the
evening.Students are thorough?
ly taught and given a cnmplete|
business training course in
few months at very moderate|
rates. Wrilo P. 0. Box U(
Mrs. W. (i. Painter and littlej
daughter is spending a fow
days in Abingdou this week.
Misses Anna McCormick, of
M iddlesboro.lOlizabethSprinkle,
Janet Bailey, Margaret, Ruth
and Katharine Barrou, J. W.
Rush, Clale and Robert Barrou
motored down to the Cove Sun?
day in Mr. R. 1'. Barren's Royal
Laundry truck, where they
spent the afternoon hunting
paw paws.
Judge H. G. Kilo, of Rogers
Iville, spent a few days lastl
week in the Gap visiting his|
sister, Mrs. 11. S. K. Morison.
W. R. Peck, First Sergeant of
Company II, Second Regiment
of Virginia Volunteers, which
has been located on the border
ai Brownsville, Texas, for the
past three months, arrived
the Gap Sunday night, haviugj
received an honorable dis
charge at For! Meyer, Va. Mr.
Peck is a member of Fox and I
Peck, civil and mining engin-|
?r? of this place.
"~ Hotter i^rloc;*?!
ltOHt Servloe!
a
That'* our Moltu, and here's nur g!
Reason. We are Agents, and not pij
|gj Sub-Agents, !ar all Leading
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES |
llivc us your subscriptions and you pi
' will get your paper without fait. B
I-I
?a BIG STONE SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY |
If Phon? 22. Big Stone Gap, Y&. g
a^KEJSISKf^^iSEcTc?^^iyaBicaa
ANNOUNCEMENT
S. Polly & Company, of Big Stone Gap, Va.
request the pleasure of your presence at their
FALL OPENING
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Sept. 19, 20 and 21
Suits, Coats, Shirt Waists, Etc.
Your visit will he appreciated
Gage Hats
Hart Hats
Bischof Suits
Wooltex Suits
(6.00 Life Size Photograph
Made Irom any small pti.ilo, WITH RICH FRAME, Siic 16-20
1 WRISSE!
OF CHARGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS ONLY
[Trade $5.011 at our store, then wc make you a Life Size $5.00
Photograph and frame it complete for. $1.75.
Trade $15.00 at our store, then we make you this Life Size
Photograph without frame .FREE
Track' $30.06 .u our store, then wc make you this Photo?
graph and frame it complete .FREE
Your small photo can show one or more figures of people or
stock, plain scenery, 01 your home with a family group. It
will be enlarged exactly as it is, and will be protected and
returned with the enlargement.
Wr want your trade. Our Goods
and Prices are Right.
W. W. Taylor & Sons
BIG STONE GAP,JVA._
For General information About Parcel
Post Marketing
Write to the United States Department of Agriculture,
Washington, 1). C, for Farmer's Bulletin No. 703.
For Special Information About
PARCEL POST LAUNDERING
vrite us and let us show y?u how well adopted this system is
I to the needs oi people liviiig outside the radius reached by
[our delivery wagons.
Uncle Sam Wants Every Male Citizen to
Wear A Well Laundered Shirt.
The Royal Laundry
R. P. BAR RON, Proprietor
Phone 113. BIG STONE GAP, VA.
a Big
September 26,27,28,29
METAL SHINGLES
^O?Ae roof to start w/YA"
T/icy /as/ a lifetime.
Jspa?never leak, arc stormproof
-\ and beautiful
For Sale by
JOSHUA & JOHN F. MULLINS, Big Stono Cap, Va.
South-West Insurance Agency
incorporated
lrire, Life, Accident and Casuality In
surance. Fidelity and Other Monds
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.
Offlco in lntonnmit Building._BIO STONE CAP. VA
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL FOR WOMEN
FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA
Spicndldlp equipped for the TRAINING of TEACHKRS.
Thlrty.thlnl session opens Septombcr 18, 1010. Kor eautogue addioai
J. L. JA UM AN, Presidon

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