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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, September 27, 1916, Image 3

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We can help you have ^ W
Beautiful Teeth arid Hair p^fc|
Take care ol your teeth -you use them often.
Besides, bnd teeth lend 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 find just what you want in our splen?
did line of tooth brushes, pastes, powders and
washes.
Kelly Drug Company
Tj/io fficxall Store
BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA
LOCAL ITEMS.
J. W. Pox, of New York, is
spending a few days in the
Gap.
Mrs. S. W. Wax returned to
her Inline in the (lap last week,
after n several days visit to
relatives in Bristol!
Miss Rebecca Wear, of Bich
moinl, Va., has been visiting
Mrs. L. T. Winston for several
(lays.
Mrs. Carrie Alderson, of
Wise, has been spending never
al days in town with her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Kelly.
John Bane, of Scott county,
was in town a few days last
week attending the Lcewisootl
Pair.
Buy Horton, of Bye Cove,
Scott County, motored uvor to
the Gap Wednesday in Iiis Kord
car to attend the fair.
Mrs..!. B. Wampler returned
Sunday night from a two weeks
visit with homofolks in Gale
City.
Mr. und Mrs. French Wilson
returned home last week from
Saltvillo, where they have been
conducting revival services.
The Ladies Aid Society of
the Baptist Church meets at
the residence of Mrs. S. Polly
Thursday tit 2 20 p. in.
The Lloyd Guild meets with
Mrs. Ralph Tnggart, Thursday
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock.
I. T. Qilly, of Bogersville,
spent several days in the Gap
last week visiting his many
relatives and friends. Mr.
Qilly formerly lived in the Gap
and served as chief of police
and treasurer for a number of
years.
J. M. Hodge returned Satur?
day from a visit of several
months to relatives and friends
in Ply moth, Muss.
KOK SALIC:?One good Jor
gey cow. Come and see James
Body.
Bov. and Mrs. [. P. Martin
and daughter, Miss Mary Bliiir,
art! spending a few days al
Siyckloy ville, in Leo County.
Mrs. Minnie T. Kilbourne
will move hero front Penning,
ton next week in order to tak"
a complete oourso in Btonogrn
pity at Smith Brothers Short,
hand School and Business Col
lego this fall and winter.
Mrs .1. \V. Pox ami daugh?
ter, Miss Minnie Kox, returned
last week from a few days visit
in New York.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ohas. Hale ami
Mism Maty Brown, of Appala
chia, spent Sunday in the (Jap
with Mrs. Geo. B. Marts.
Bov. .1. M. Smith will till his
regultir appointments next Sun?
day as follows: Presbyterian
Church 11 n. in,, Oreton 3:30 p.
in., plingor 7:30 A cordial in
vitatibntoa.il to attend these
Bcrv icon.
Miss Virginia Beverly spent
a lew days at Petlllington (lap
this week visiting Mrs. Walter
Pennington.
K. Brennen, general manager
of the Stonega Coko and Coal
Company, spent last week in
Philadelphia on business.
Bev. J. B. Craft announces
that for the month of October
services will begin at tin? Bap?
tist Church at 7:45 o'clock in
stead of S as heretofore.
Mrs. Jamei Camblos and two
little Miiis, who have been
spending uomo time in the (lap
at M rs, t linblos' father's home,
Cupt. .1. I''. Hullitt, in the Cap,
left, last week for their home in
Kingsport.
Bev. II. B. Vaught, pastor,
will hold services at the Appa
laehia Methodist Church Sun
clay morning and .night.
1 GOI?MIMini (?1 raKiM lg rJHg 10 tgl?!g r?JEsTfgl ig gl ig [dEj?Sjg b] r?) [glTg^
1 ABOUT DRUGS 1
$ There are two classes of druggists and two <Sj
raj kinds of drugs that are sold to the public. m
1. Tlie druggist who is altogether on the "make" !?{
fgj and who sells cheap and stale drugs at full prices.
2. The druggist who is on the "square" and who
|gi sells only pure and guaranteed duigs at no increase [m
jSi in price. fgj
fi?l This drug store is on the "square" in its every fcl
r=j] sale and its every act. There are no cheap drugs 1=}|
[en in our stock, and no stale ones, and we never sub- [m
fH stitutc. [SJ
mj When you bring a physician's prescription to raj
U?] this store you get exactly what that physician intends IS]
?| you to have?no more and no less.
I Mutual Drug Company 1
15] INCORPORATED raj
U BIG STONE GAP, VA. jg
f^is^Sjfais?arg ja j^E?aE^Ei g.rggE^EjgEj grgrfi] r^jBMrg gE] jajg
Rev. Earnest A. Rich, of
Graham, preached in the Epie.l
copal Church Sunday.
Goo. A. Thorpe, of Bristol,'
representing the Bristol Type-]
writer Company, was in town a]
few days last week on business.1
\V. B. Adding tun. sheriff of
Wise County, spent last Satur?
day in the dap.
Cook with Electricity.
Hugh Garnes, ?vho holds u
position in the commissary tit
Keolcee, spent Sunday in the
Grip with homefolks.
Gob M. McGoldriek, of Knox
ville, was a business visitor in
town last Saturday,
Misses Glesnio Qilly and Ott?,
tnvn Parsons, whi> aril leaching
school nt Southorluiid, Va.,
spent the we. k end in the Gap
with their p irents.
Mr. mid Mrs. II. A Alexan?
der, of (m bod on, were visiting
friends in town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs UlaineMeCotkle
and baby, of Dante, were in
[town the lirst of the week vis?
iting relatives.
Commonwealth Attorney C.
B. McCorkle, was down from
Wise Sunday visiting his broth?
er, M. It. McCorkle.
('has. Malian has resigned
his position with the Electric
Transmission Company at this
place and will go to Kingsport,
Tonn., to work tis an electric
ain.
Cook with Electricity.
I am organizing a violin class
in Big Stone (lap and those
who would like to take lessons
will please call on or phone me.
? Miss Virginia Beverly.
.1. B. H?ge, of Hazard, h'y.,
arrived in the Gap Monday
night to take charge of Con?
gressman Slemp's political
headquarters, which will be
located here.
.1 I. Lankford, of Ely, Ky.,
was a business visitor in the
Gap hist Saturday.
Mrs 11. B. Benedict returned
homo Saturday night from at?
tending the ninety third Na?
tional Convention of the
Sovi reign Grand Bodge of the
I. o. (>. P. at Chattanooga,
Tonn., last week. She wont as
a delegate from Virginia, to
represent the Rebekahs.
Kev. J. B. Craft, pastor of
the Baptist Church, held ser
v ices til I Iryden ami I loepSprings
in Bee County Sunday morning
and afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. II II. Williams,
of Unto City, spent last week
in town visiting their son, B.
O. Williams, who has a posi
tion here with tho Stonega
Cuke ?V Coal Company.
Cnn you write a good busi?
ness letter??a paragraph or
news story for your local pa?
per??a description of what
you may see, feel, hear, or
think??a statement of some?
thing especially interesting??
your last will and testament or
the wishes of somebody else?
All this, and more loo, will
form the curriculum at Smith
Brothers' Shorthand and Husi
Hess College to be opened next
.Monday, October 2nd. Write
P. O Box 146.
The Board of supervisors last
week made an appropriation foi
hiring a County Parin Demon
strator, thus showing that they
are nhve to the best interests of
our grent county. .Just as sonn
as the proper man can he found
ho will be on the work. So
much good could no', lie done
in any oilier way by the ox
peudituro of alike sum?Wise
Virginian.
Ice Cream Supper.
There will be an ice-cream
supper at <'linger Saturday
night, September 30th. Every?
body come.
Stop Waste of Water.
Unless rain comes soon there
is danger of shortage of water
and there is much waste of,
water through defective plumb?
ing. All consumers having
leaking pipes must have them
repaired and all waste of water
must be stopped at once.
W. S. Bose,
.Mayor. (
Students Mid thi! scholarly
inclined will fill the stepping
stones at Smith Brothers' Short?
hand School and Business Col- I
lege for positions leading to the
higher qualifications of corres?
pondent, Bend Salesman,
Private Secretary, Auditor,
Publicity Promoter, General
Manager and so on, at salaries
running up into the hundreds.
Stenography and a good busi?
ness training will do it in a
few months. Writo P. 0. Box
145.
Visitors Who Attended Meet?
ing and Luncheon.
The ladies from out of town
who ultended the delightful
meeting and luncheon lust
Tuesday noon, given by the
ladies of the Civio League hero
were: MesdamnsG. E. Heuser,
U .1 Phipps, 8, L bSvorsolo,
Napoleon Bond, N Li. Modlov,
A. V. Crockett. R. V. Wohl
ford. A. T. Williams. .1 A.
Nbwberry, W. W. Iliok?, R C.
(Jarrico, R. W. Hicks and Nora
Tooemocber, ail of Coeburn;
Mesdamce T. M. Pepper, F. 1<.
Kim.-, G. I>. Kilgore, W \\.
Komp, \L V. Arn.d.i. C .).
Swiuuk, and K H. Ould, of Nor?
ton; M.-dames R > \V. Holloy,
II. L Fuller und IM Mouser,
ol Appalnchia; Mrs Sura Wil
limns, .>f Inman; Mrs II. A.
Alexander, of Imbodeh; Mrs.
Victoria Smith, <>f Greenville,
Tonn.: Mrs. Anna Shook, nf
Liuckhauan, W Vi?.; Mrs M.
K. Ciurk, of Lexington, Ky;|
Mrs. Margaret Norman, of
Springfield, Ky.. and Mrs. .Line
It. Rauson, of tho State hoard.
Mrs (!. W. H?tts and baby,
Oeorgej Jr,, were visiting, Mr.
an.l Mrs. Fleonor last week.
Episcopal Church.
Sunday, October 1st. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock, morning
prayer and Bermoll at II o'clock.
Visitors arc cordially invited t.>
at tend.
Cook with Electricity.
Double Wedding.
Last Wednesday morning tho|
two attractive daughters, Miss
ch F.mily and Ida, of Mr. and
Mrs. K. ti. Yeary. who live near
the L. e county line, left home
with the impression of attend
ing the Fair here, but instead
of going to tho Fair Miss Emily
Yeary was met by Mr. Hugh I
Shuler, aiitl motored to Wise,
wboro IhOy secured a marriage
license and were married in the
Clerk's oflicu that afternoon,
Miss I.la yeary, the younger,
was met by Mr. Robert Skeeii
and they eloped to Bristol on
tbo Southern Wednesday morn?
ing, where they were married
at tbo homo of Dr. Red wine
that afternoon. Neither of the
two happy couples know of the
others' marriage until they re
turned home Thursday to sur-|
prise their many friends here
and in the Cove and were met
with the surprise of each oth-j
ers' marriage.
Doth Mr. Shnler and Mr
Skeen are prosperous young
farmers of the Cove, in Loe
County, where they will make
their future homes.
Miss Minnie Williams, who]
is stenographer for the Carolina
Creamery Company, at Ashe
vilio, N. C, visited homefolks
last week an.l returned Salur
day morning to resumb herl
work.
Two Interstate Commerce
Commission privute cars were
at Fast Stone i lap on Tuesday
and have been on the Appala
cbia branch of tbo Southern for
several weeks. We understand
that these cars bontajn oftloinl
of the Interstate Commerce
Commission who go over the
railroads in order to get a cor?
rect idea of tbo valuation of
tho various lines for the bcneli:
of tin- Commission,
BANKRUPT NOTICE.
In tho District Court or the United
Stales Tor tho Western District .if Vir?
ginia. In bankruptcy,
In tin.- matter of
W. P. Ilev. rly
llaukrupt.
IN HANK lit'ITCY.
To tho C reditor., of W. p, Reverty,
of Norton, in Ilm County of Wise
and District aforesaid, a llaukrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the23rd
day of September, A H , 11)10. the said
W. V. (loverly was duly adjudicated
llaukrupt; and tbo first meeting of his
! creditors will be held at My Dllice, In
Norton, on the I'Jlh day of
October, A. D. 1010, at a o'clock in the
afternoon, at which Llioethosaldcreditor*
may attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee', examine the llaukrupt, an.l trans?
act auch other business ss may properly
COnio before said meeting.
.lohn Roberts,
lieferet) in llankruptoy,
This September 211th, 1010, Norton. Va.
s/Mo: Slt-^iSiSSSSlSl^lSSSSISSl?SSX >S 'SSif.
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V? >UlsI
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I to gel Tim AMERICAN BOY lor 1
!g Sl.00 a year. On Nuv. 10th Ihe ^
B price will be SI.50. Phone us and j|
ij representative will call, or mall us ?
5 your Subscription or Renewal. |
1_ ??
I BIG STOHF. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY |
I Phone 22. Hi Stone Cip, Ya. ?
GET YOUR NAME
on tlio Charter Holl of Scholar* now sub4eriblng for a Complete Ccirae of
Study In AmorleauUed Hen Pitman Shortbandat SMITH .nuOTItSRS'
SHORTHAND SOIIOOE AND BUSINESS COLLEGE for the f?ll and
winter scaiilou of 1010, ??|^-iiinK next monday. OOTOBKR ind.
ONLY $1.50 A WEEK
payable in Weekly or Monthly Installment* -i* arnail ?um of "ptu nmney"
that rou ralehl naturally dribble away otherwise, will secure for you at
smith R BOTHERS SHORTHANDSOHOOL AND BUSINESS COL
LEG E >n educational found (lion for :> moat proaporoua and brilliant future.
NOW IS THE' TIME
for prospective Station. enroll with SMITH BROTHERS' SHORT
HAND SCHOO!? ani> 1u slNKSs i/nLLEOE for i thorough courae to
Stenography, Typewriting. Bookkeeping, I'enraarishlpT Business Spelling,
Onlce Routine, v't. IVrltlrig, JournalUm, Letter Writing, ft rammar tirade*.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
.in r.ipidlv lillim; up for the invaluable nttldle* to be taught ilurlng the fall
and wlutor seaslou bogitinlog NEXT MONDAY. October 4nd, at smith
BROTHERS' sin n; I'll AM) SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE,
cornet W.h^I and Shan nee Avenues, I Northern Methodist Church Building)
llig Stone ?ap, Vii. "\
HAVE YOUR YELLOW CARD READY
for one of the grandest opportunities of your life at the opening NEXT
MONDAY, October ind, of SMITH BROTH RitS' SHORTHAND
SI IIOOLANI) BUSINESS COLLEGE. Call all IhlaVeek .it the School,
or'I'hono Wl, or wrtto l'.'O lto\ 113, Big Stono flap, V?? and ?ceuro tho
Special Reduced Kates .is a i barter Soholar in ihe shorthand Course,
Public Sottool s. holar? remiss in thoir studies carefultS coached Individually at bom
nal rales. Tuition Payable Weekly or Monthly in Advance For ratoa ami par?
ticulars address
I. KIRK SMITH, Principal Smith Brothers Shorthand
BHin. F. SMITH, Business Manager. School and Business College
P. O. BOX 145 BIG STONE GAP, VA.
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.1111 Life Size Photograph
Made from any small photo, Wllll RICH FRAME, Size 16-20
IF IR^ IS IS I
OF CHARGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS ONLY
Trade at our store, then we make you a Life Size $5.00
Photograph ami frame ii cothpjete for. $l.T5.
Trade si ;.oo al bur store, then we make you this Life Size
Photograph without frame .FREE
Trade $30.60 at our store, then Wc make you this Photo?
graph and frame it complete .FREE
Your small photo can sine one Or more figures of people or
stock, plain scenery, or your home with a family group. It
will be enlarged exactly as it is, and will be protected and
returned with tlic enlargement.
Wo want your trade. Our Goods
and Prices are Right.
W. W. Taylor & Sons
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
Send Us Your Bed Linen
and Other Flat Work
Wc lake your flat work, such as sheets, pillow cases,
tablecloths, napkins, doilies, handkerchiefs, bedspreads,
towels, etc., wash, iron and return ready for use. We
can do this at such a small cost that it will make you
wonder how it is possible.
Work Called For and Delivered
The Royal Laundry
R. P, BARRON, Proprietor
Phone 113.
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
I) PUT ON 1887 \Ti3-TI ILL. GOOD 19161
C0RTRI6HT 5Ss
Their record li proof of tli-ir worth. On the markot twenty-nlno
I ycuia, und the first n.ota laid aie atill light and yood today. They uro
j fine in nppeurante, Morm-pioof and inexpensive.
I A Ftjr Sale, by
JOSHUA St JOHN F. MULLINS, Big Stono Gap, Va.
South-West Insurance Agency
jlncorporatocl
Fire, Life, Accident and Casuality In
stirance. Fidelity and Other Bonds
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.
mica in tntnrmtint Building._BIO STONE GAP. VA.
Choice Stationery
r^r*,-rrr>>
WE HANDLE THE BEST (('A
Everybody should use the best of stationery, espec?
ially when it can bo had at low prices. The one who
reads' judges the writer by the Paper the letter is
written on quite as inucli as by the words written.
Attractive, stylish, stationery is just as necessary as
attractive, stylish clothes. We have ihe kind of
Stationery you oup,ht to have such as Initial Paper,
Pound Paper and Envelopes to match, Box Paper,
Corresponding Cards, Note Paper, Visiting Cards,
plain or engraved.
Wise Printing Company

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