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I nillinery, Coats, Suits and Dresses
I Thursday and Friday, September 21st and 22nd A picture of fashion as it will see itself this new season, is given a most comprehensive and charming portrayal in these extensive displays of modes for Fall 1916. Wooltex and Bischof Suits, Coats and Skirts; Hart Schaffner & Marx Men's Clothes; Crossett and Edwin Clapp Shoes, Manhattan Shirts; and Other Accessories of Dress. and the new Silks, Velvets and Dress Goods assembled with a certain 'knowledge both of the prevailing mode and the discriminating tastes of our patrons. Our display contains beautiful creations from the best American modists, including our own millinery artist, and is an ? authentic exhibition of the world's best designers and style arbiters. It is here that will be found the little eccentricities of ? fashion, so dear to the modish heart, that add a world of distinction and charm to the dress. FULLER BROTHERS, "The Quality Shop'? ^ppal^LOlila^ Virginia I INSTATE R I C H M O N D, VA. 6-DAYS and MIGHTS of FUN-6 FREE $50,000 IN PREIV1IUIVIS AND CASH PRIZES $25,000 WORTH of WORLD'S BEST SHOWS THE GREATEST FAIR IN THE HISTORY OF VIRGINIA! BIGGER AND GRANDER from every stnndpoint. Larger and better exhibits Agriculture, Live Stock, Poultry, Women's Work, Boys' nnd Girls' Work, Etc. Wonderful allowing of newest improved Farm Implements, Machinery, Etc. Finest Horse Races ever held in Virginia more entries, larger purses. Wonderful array of Amusement Features every day nnd night ALL FREE1 Greater nnd better Midway Shows, World's Finest Fireworks, Etc. Just n hint of what's in store for you during the whole weok of fun nnd instruction: Kothcrlne Stinion The Using sensation of 1916. This dainty little 20-year-old miss defies all laws of gravitation in hrr powerful Rae Biplane, eclipsing in her daring flights die achievement! oi the world's foremost male aviator;,. Miss Stinson loops-the-loop and accomplishes other halr*raialng feats thousands of feet in tht- air. I Irr whirlwind race with a high power automobile is thrilling, startling. At night her biplane it lighted with brilliant fireworks, Miss Stinson Will positively fly tWIcadally, Tnimanl.m Von Dlomans Aeriallsti extraordinary, ?hu capti? vate the eve and In-wilder the mind with feats of hazard and daring. Uattin of Constantinople One of the features of the gorgeous pyrotechnic display with Which the rair will close each night. Kntircly new, sensational, startling. Many other wonderful features. The Sis Water Lllllcs America's. Aiiiiatic Wonders beau tiftilly formed diving girls,in new swim mine strokes ami Inch .living feats, headed liy "perfect" Klma Meier. Mil,. I ..IK II.- & Oaro Devil Hurley Mile. LaUelle leaps the gap and hxip* the loop iturning a back somer? sault; describing a complete circle) in her ^automobile. The greatest thriller evei exhibited In the open air. Albor't Polar Bears Wildcat in captivity. A thrilling exhi? bition of man'? masteiy over savage brutes. See Alber's death grapple with the giant King of the North. Nettle Carroll and Company Called the "Venue of the Wire," with her own select company of wire artists, assisted by the gnat and only Jack Moore. Marvelous Midway Shows lly long odds unil in every way the greatest Midway ever seen at any Pair. Some of the features arc Wild Ani? mal Show, Wild West, Pony and Dog. Ten-ln-Onc Show, Autodrome, Craxy House, Athletic Show, Motordrome, Diving t.irl. Trip to Mars,'etc., etc. j^^Don't Forget Hie Time and Place-Richmond, Va.t Oct. 9-10-11-12 13-14 ^?5j*>^ rTED?CEb~RATES ?TT?LL RAILROADS ASK YOUR AGENT Magnificent Display of World's Finest Fireworks Every Night Don't Miss This Year's Fair Arrange Now to Attond A Richmond Wolcome Awaits You i Apalacliia Items Mr. and Mr?. K. C. Maine?? and daughter, Helen, Mi this week to spornt soiuo time with Mrs. MaiuotlB1 brother, N'npo l kon Toniplotou, of JoiTerson City, Teuu. Iir. I'ulien, wlio lias bcon con? nected with the JntcrmontDrug ; Store for the past two yoara left Tuesday afternoon for I Hoanoke, where he hau accept? ed a position with McQhils' I Pharmacy, ?r. Pullen has I made many friends whilo here and they regret his departure , Misses Margaret and Eliza both Quntnor spout the week end in Bristol. J.NV. < luntner and daughters, Rdbecc?, and Surah were in Bristol Sunday. Mrs. M. Li Stallard and son, Marion Smith, accompanied by Mrs. J. A, Sitgrdves left Sun? day night for Louisville, where Mesdamea Stallurd and Sit graves will do fall buying for the Ladies' Store. We are Kind to welcome Mrs. Chapman again in our midst. When h?r husband was called to Mexico she went north to her parents. Mr. Chapman is expected this week. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Parker entertained at dinner Sunday Misses Ruby Klanary and Irene Hunt and Mr. Canier, of New York, who is visiting his broth? er^ Will Carrier, of Stonega. Mrs. L P, Witt and son spent Inst werk in Bristol with her parents, Mr. Witt joins her this week and they will visit his parents in Bedford County. Among those who attended Sparks Circil8 here Saturday from Bi^ Stone (lap were Mrs. Creed Blanton, Misses .less McCorklo, Virginia Beverly, Margaret Miller, Messrs. Sam MeClueh and Hay Casper. Miss Anis Koni, of Norton, ib visiting her cousin,Miss Rachel Wolfe. Miss Mary Brown has return? ed from Petersburg. Mrs. T. E. Chapman, of Nor? ton, was shopping hero Satur? day. 1 Messrs. Tom Walker, John Monny bun, John .lebe and Charlie Faust were among the traveling men ?vhd spent Sun? day at the Windsor Hotel. Mrs. Flanary, Misses Ruby Klanary Juanita Collie, Irene Hull* attendeil the dance at Colonial Hotel, at Wise, Fri? day night. Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Car ruthers gave u delightful pic? nic last Sunday in honor of Miss Kyle, of Missouri. The picnicers motored to Leo Coun? ty, whore a delicious dinner was served. Those who enjoy? ed Mr. and Mrs. Cnrruthers charming hospitality were: Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Petore, Miss Kyle and Dr. Stove Roland. UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU DEATHLY SICK Stop Using Dangerous Drugs Before It Salivates You! It's Horrible! You'ro bilious, sluggish,' con stipated and believe you need vile, dangerous calomel to start your liver and clean your bow els. Hero's my guarantor! Ask your druggist for a so cent bot llo of Dodson'a Liver Tone and take a spoonful tonight. If it doesn't start your liver and Straighten you right up bolter than calomel and without grip ing or making you siek I want you to go back to the store ami i^et your money. Take calomel today and to? morrow you will feel weak ami sick and nauseated. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Hudson's Liver Tone tonight and wake up feeling great. It's perfectly harmless, so give it to your children any time. It can't salivate, so let them cut anything afterwards,?adv. Old newspapers for sale tit this ollico. DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Refractionist. Treats diseases nl the Eye, Ear, Nnse and Throat. Will be hi Appalachta 1 TUST FRIDAY In each mouth until a I'. M. BRISTOL. TENN.-VA. S. S. Masters & Co. General Blacksmith Repair Work. Itotlor ami Machine Repairing, llortu ?bOeing .t epcoialty. Wagon and Huggy I Work. \Ye make a iipcctalty of p?ttlug mi r?bbnr Urea All work given promp and careful attention. Big Stono Cap, Va. Dr. (x. C. Honeytuitt DENTIST BIG ISTONEV.GAP, VA. Office in Willis llutldlng over Mutua. I>ru|? Store. Will tic in Cliuoliport every Saturday C. L. Hamblen Representing The Southern Underwriters with other'good Fire Insurance Compa? nies, t':\tl on him when you need Insurance. BIG STONE GAP. VA. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Tronin Dllionsus or tho Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL. TENN. vVIII bo In Anpalachia Third Friday in Each Month. ?ii?tH-K>-1_ FOX eV. PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Stono Gap, Va. Harlan,Ky Kennt:- und estimates on Coal and Tim? ber Lands. Desigu aud 1'lans of Coal aud Coke Hants. Laud, Hallroad and Min? Engineering. Klectrio IHue Trint'og. Sf hediilf! in FfTert Nov. I1M4. LEAVE NORTON?0:15 a. m. for Lyucliburg and Intermediate tu? Itoiui. Pullman sleeper lllucueldto Philadelphia via llagoratowD, Mil Pullman sleeper Roanoko to Itlch liioiid and Norfolk. AlaOconm at HlueQcId with tralna Westbound 1 'nilman sleeper to Cincinnati ur.1 , Columbus. MiAVK NORTON?3:30 p foi North. Kasl and West, LEAVE BRISTOL?Dally, 0:45 a. m for Fust RadTord, Boaiioke, l.vinti hurt;, Petersburg, Richmond ! and Norfolk, l'ullinan I'arlor Cat lo Richmond, Itoanoko lo Itagi i -i??? n l'ulhiiau sleeper Uagdretown to Nsw York. 5:00 p. m. for Norfolk ami internicdui* points, Pullman Sleepers to Norfolk 1:33 p, th. and 7:60 p.m. (limited Solid trains With pulliuatislcepors to Wait", logton, Baltimore. Philadelphia .: New York via Lynohbtirg, Doesi make local stops. 13:15 p. m, daily for all points I . : Bristol and i.yoohburg, Connect! ?I Walton at 5:40 p. m. with Iba ?bt oago Express for nil points Waat am) northwest. If you are thinking of taking a tri! YQl) want quotations, cheapest fai liablu and correct in format i< routes, train schedules, the most comfort able and quiekest way. Write and die information is yours for the asking, will one Of Our Complete Map Folders. W. C. Saundbus, ti. I'. A. W B. IlKvu.i, Pass. Traf. M^'i . _ Roaucke.v'a Soutnern .Railway In I:lleci February 15th. lilt. LEAVES BIG STONE I" No. 'J daily UKW a. ni. for Bristol at >: !' termediste points, t'ullman jleupcr Louisville to Bristol. Comic N. it W. for points East and So It for points South and West. No. a dally, except Bunday, 11:11 n ? for St. Charles aud int c r :n c It* points. No. I daily, except Sunday,:t:17 p. m. foi Bristol and Intermediate pbiuta. Con? nects with X. it W. for points Kail Connects at aloecaaion Qa? ritt train No. S for Bull ? Gap, It ' ?' villo and Intermediate poiuts, For additional information api nearest Agent or W. K. ALLEN) Division Passenger Agent, Bristol, Teno. D. F. ORR, DENTIST, BIG STONE GAP, - VA. Offico in Polly Dulldlug Oflioo urs?S to 13 a. m.i 1 to 5 V- at Dr. J. A. Gilmer Physician and Surgeon OFFICK?Ovui Mutual Drugstore Bipr Stone Gap, Va. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITH ING Big Stona Gap, Va. Wagon and Buggy work A Specialty, I have an llp-m.(l,it0 Machine for pult on Rubber Tires. All work given prompt alten ti on.