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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, July 24, 1918, Image 3

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Big Stone Gap, Virginia
Attorneys L. M Itobinott, I
I K Skaggs find M <i F.ly. of I
Joriosvitle, worn business visi
turs in town Saturday.
K" K. Hyatt, of I'ouninglon
flap, spent Saturday in the (Jap
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Fleming,
of Norton,wore visiting in town
Friday, lining guests dl Monte
J. ('. Udrretl and llobarf
Knsetibahii, of Korr Hill, were
visitors in town last Friday.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. t'. Fuller and
family, of Norton, motored tri
tin' gap Sunday and spent tbel
Mr and Mrs. W. F.. Wren
motored to Ihn Qhpfroili t'hil
liowie last week,
Mrs, Katie It. Lindsay, of
Klioxville, arrived ill Ihe (lap
Mindav niglit, where she will
M at her inother, Mis. Laura It.
Kick ley, for several days.
Your government say:, "onl
more fish."?1'uul's Cafe.
Mrs. Joseph Grill and .Miss
lino tin Marrs were guests of
Mis. Kinmitt Nickels Friday.
VVi K. Kinder, of Arteinus,
Kyi, spent tho vveok-end with
his family here.
Mrs. Vilna Wells left Tuesday
luorning for Abingdon, whore
uliii will undergo a serious op?
Lieut. Goo. Itoehuck, who is
in the aviation corps, stationed
:it Hullus, Texas, has a sick
leave of fifteen days and is vis?
iting his wife in the (lap.
Mr. tint] Mrs. .1. M. Voting,
nnd daughter, .Miss Koss, tttitl
Mr. nnd Mrs. (Muts. Davidson,
of Stonega, H|icnt a row hours
in town Sunday afternoon and
attended tlm <'ommitnity Sing
mg at tlir Kall Purk.
Dou'l forgol tliord'H nico fresli
lislt at Paul s Cnfti, Friday and
K V. Kttltlo spent Sunday in
U ingsport
Johti Kay .nid Bon, John, Jr.,
and C?rtiss Itbbhitis wont to
Harlan, Ky., Stiiulily night,
where lliey played in the hand
at an auction stile of lots, on
"pick'' Cnntroll, of the engin?
eering COIpH tif the otOUORO
t' ike .V Coal Company, will re !
turn to tin- tiap tomorrow after
upending ten titivH in West Vir?
ginia eities visiting relatives
and friends.
Mis. l-'orrest Kennedy left
Tuesday morning fur lltirri
man, 'I'eiin..where she will visit
her sister, M rs. \V. t l. Vaughuu
fur a few days.
We are glad to report that 1 ?r.
.1 W. Kelly, whii has been very
ill at his home on Popular Hill
for some time, is aide to he out
WANTKi). ? Kooni in private
home for man and wife near
Monte Vista Hotel. Address
.las. .M. Cooper, Monte \' isla
('. ('. Wilson, of the Mutual
Drug Company, spent Monday
at Norton on business.
Mokdnuins I'. II. Kurron and
W. K. Niekles went to Appa
laehia Friday to consult Dr.
I'etivler, the specialisl.
You covet, for your child, the highest form of mental
training- that is good.
inwards his economic and business training in financial
matters? Wouldn't it be wise, in his early years, to
give him the responsibility of a 15ank Account and an
incentive for adding to it?
Come in and talk it over.
Kreil linker. Will Carpenter,!
Newt Williams ami Leland |
Benedict, wi re among Iho sev
eral young men who loft here
Monday morning for Norton,
where they will entrain for
Camp Humphries.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton and
child reu spent Sunday in Ap
palachia with .Mr. Morion's sis?
ter, Mrs. King.
Mrs. Geo. Koobuck returned
In the Gap last week after vis
iling in \ oungstowti, Ohio, for
several weeks.
Mrs N H. Salvers and little
son, Ralph, of llristol, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Marshall Sunday
liest grade ice en-am at Caul's
I) I". Hyatt returned last
week to the Soldiers llotlte ill
.lohnsoii City ttftor spending
several weeks With his wife,
w ho has beeii very ill at the
home of her brother. Mr. .1. It. I
Ma thews.
Miss Kala Tackett, of Ponn
ingtoii (lap, spoilt Thursday in
the Gap visiting friends.
Miss I.anna Mnrrs, who has
been altemling i he Htiiumer
Normal at this place, returned
lo her homo at Kookee Monday.
h'GUjNl) At Hull Hark ladies
h nid biig,sweater ami umbrella.
Owner can have same by call
ing al this nilicC ami paying for
this ltdvertisciiioilt.
W. 11. Wren, manager of the
Mineral Motor Company,is mot -
ing his family this week into
the Kuller residence on Kwiiiiob
Avenue, which ho recently pur'j
Ideal fruit jars on sale at lliir
geSs' Grocery Store. (l lass top,
easy Id fasten on and remove;
eost verv little more than old
style, and arc far more satis,
Mr. ami Mrs RllfllH Mann, of
I i lite City, wore Ihe guest of
Mrs. Matin's sister, Mrs.,!. H.
Dougherty, last week.
Han Hill, who is employed
With Ho- Southern Railway
Company al Appahicliiit, spent
a few hours in l?wii Monday.
Mrs. Wayne Wright returned
home Sunday night after spend
ing several days with her bus
hand in Washington,
I V .less.if lloati?ke,spent
last week ill the tiap visiting
Iiis parents, Mr and Mrs. K. H.
.lessee,near the Southern Depot.
Mrs. Brown, of Kuoxville, is
visiting her son, ti. M Brown,in
the Gap Ibis week.
Mis. AiinTrotltmutl and little
daughter, Wtirriiigton, of i Hade
Springs, are visiting Mr. ami
Mrs. O.G. Long and family ibis
Miss And rail Vokley, who has
been employ oil tiy the Kleotrio
Transmission Company for sev?
eral months, bus resigned her
position and returned to her
homo in Kingspprt.
Miss Susie Kilgoro spent the
week-end al Imliodeu visiting
relatives and friends.
Grover ami Hampton Wil?
liams returned to their home in
Gatii City last week, after a
short visit with their aunt, Mrs.
W. W. (Meek.
Miss Nolit Craig, of [mbodoii,
is the guest of .Miss Susie Kil
gore this week.
Leonard Litton,of Klatwoods,
was in Ihe Gap for a few days
this week.
W. R. ('anright, of llristol, is
visiting his brothers, s. K mid
C. C. Cartright, for a few days.
Carl Ward Tnvlor. tho small
son of Mr. und -Mrs .lohn Tay
lor, has been verv ill the punt
Mrs. R. L. Hilton, entertained
al dinner on last Wednesday
evening Misses Grace anil
Prances Long and Aiidrail Vok?
Coldest drinks in town tit
Paul's Cafe.
Miss Janet Bailoy, who has!
been visiting friends in Puldski,
Salem and Roanoko the past
two weeks, is visiting Miss
Katharine Rittor in Whitewood,;
near Riehhtmis this week for a
Mrs. ,1. B; Daugherty enter?
tained at dinner on last Tuesday
evening, Dr. and Mrs <J. ('.
Hoiioycult, Miss Alpha Palmer.,
of Spoors Kerry, and Misses
Kdiia McConnell am) Mary Mc
Carty, of < ioeburn.
Mr. ami Mrs. Krank Witt and
two children "nil C. Wilson
ami ihren childern, Mary.Wiui
fred,Jne and J. R. Soulhnrlnud,
spent Sunday nt Natural Tun?
nel, where a delicious dinner
was spread, and all report ;t
most enjuyuble time.
Saturday a picnic party com
posed of Misses Ninu Johnson,
(?race and Frances Lohg,Liiuna|
Marrs, BrucoSkeonR, Kdith Bal-|
lard and Nemo Vineyard, and
Messers Simon Hanks and Jim
rnie Stump went to the Natural
Tunnel and spent the day.
J. 0. and W. D, Fuller, of
Norton, were business visitors
in the < lap Friday.
.Miss F.li/.eheth Mlllldor, of
Baltimore, is the guest of her
uncle, R, K t loodlon, a t his
home* on Poplar Hill.
.Mrs. II. II. Walker ami Mrs.
F.. I.. Walker ami little daugh?
ter, Ultldys, of Bulls liap, aio
visiting their mud.\ S. I,. Moore,
near Southern Depot.
"The Virginia Fearless
Guards'??Karl Stoohr, Ralph,
lohn ami Josh i'aggart. David
I lean, Krank and Prances Say
ers, accompanied by Mm Karl
Stoohr, enjoyed a pleasent day
al the river Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mullins
ami children, motored down
from < i lainorgan Sunday toul
spent the afternoon with Mr.
ami Mrs .1 K. Marshall
F. It. .lessee, who has been ill
for some time,was taken to the
hospital in Abingdon Slintlnv
morning, lie was accompanied
by his son Vernon .lessee and
Dr. W ti. Painter. Mrs .lessee
ami son, Luther, ihotored to
Abingdon to be with Mr .lessee
while he is in the hospital.
W \ NTF.lt. To solid.I to ear
pontor contractors the erection
of a ntiuibdr of frame buildings,
at Quiiiiticdj \'a. .lob now
ready. Apply King-Dumber Co.,
I'harlottesviUe, Vu.
Mr. and Mrs It. I.. Mel.elnore
and daughter, Joyce, of Hoot
Owl Hollow, spent Friday in
the Hap with Mrs. XlcL'emore's
father. .1. N. Moore Mr. Moore
retur.I W i t h them and
will go with a fishing party to
High Knob,
Miss Nannie I lay ties, of the
K ingsport Times, and Miss
Helen Davids.of I iliiiohport,
who are attending the Summer
Normal in the (Jap, were pleas
ant visitors to this bfllce on last
Friday afternoon.
The Hoy Scouts, led by their
popular Scoutmaster, Owoh li.
Faslev, hiked to the Artesian
Well.'on Wullens Itidge, Friday
evening ami camped over night.
The Scouts were: George <!oo,|
loo, Arthur Foster,! 'at I Knight.
Unfits l'ettit, Dan und Jiinmie
I'ierson, I'at. ItUllolpIl and Uylc
Vouell, Clarence shunk, ami
11 airy Kelly.
Coy l.ivesay, former messen?
ger hoy for the W entern Union
Telegraph Company at tins
place,is now a full pledged oper?
ator ami has been placed with
a good paying position at. haute,
but will probably be removed
to Norfolk in about two weeks
Coy is just a lad ami has only
been employed with this eomp.
?any for (wo or three years.
Episcopal Church.
Sunday July 'Js (It. Sunday
school 10:01) a. m. Morning
prayer ami sermon 11:00 a. hi,
Mr. Bliss. A cordial invitation
is extended to nil to attend these
Water rent for second quarter
wtis diie lirst of July. All per
sons not having paid by llrsl of
August, 1918, will be cut oil
without further notice.
J. M. Formt.
Toll Gates
At the Citizens' Meeting held
at the town hall on Friday liven?
ing a resolution was passed ap?
proving a system of loll gates
on the improved county roads
as a proper means of keeping
up the repairs thereof.
Dr. W. A. King
will bo at
Big Stoce Gap, Ya., August 22
Monte Vista Hotel
prepared to examine eyes and
prescribe proper lens for same.
All lens ground by prescription
tti suit each patient. Those
having visionary troubles call
at hotel on above date. <>Nh
DAY (INLY. Kycs exam?
ined .free. Home office:'
Wytheville, Virginia.
Concerning Time
if you had to sit perfectly rtiil for
five minute*, with your eye? closed,
you woidd probably imagine the tiino
mueh longer. It it the earn* way at
the telephones Whih: waiting for the
, ?peratec or the person called to re?
spond, yon mar think several minulc?
have jaono by. Hut very seldom is
this true; geoorally it is a matter of
seconds. rortv eeconds ?u?y some?
time* w;*>wi like three minutes but
k's still forty seconds. Please try to
h? just as patient at the telephone au
as, say, the grocer's counter.
Eve var tw*?0i roo??jii?.
A. W. GRAHAM. Loc.il Manager.
RijjJh iii quality-,in
price and mileage,
with the right pol?
icy hack ol it. The
dependable, eco?
automobile tire.
Bi? Stone Gap, Virginia
Wash the Woolen Socks
You Knit with Grandma's
MILLIONS of'em. Great,
glorious, bursting,
bubbling suds surging
through tin; water di Ivihg iliit out
of clothes. How fast they dr> work
?here, there, everywhere, into
corners, through the (ibre of the
cloth, right down t? the herii 61 the
garment. Ami Icok at the din; it
juf.t rolls out, it can't hid,- anywhere
?not a spei k left when GRANDMA
is after it. GRANDMA just drives
dutout and tfjbbles it kip. Cleans
anything. GRANDMA Is a PawJereJ
Soap. No cutting or chipping and
no more wasting of bar soap now.
GRANDMA'S Powdered Soap
Your Grocer Has It!
South-West Insurance Agency
Fire, Life, Accident arid Casuality In
surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds
Real Estate and Commission Brokers,
tntermont Banding. ? BIG ST ONt OAF', VA.

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