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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, October 09, 1918, Image 3

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Yes, Madam, May Possess the Charm of
Will you spend three minutes each day to make your
hands more attractive? That's all the time it takes to
make and keep your hands in perfect condition! The
Cuticle Solvent Nail Polish Cake
Paste Nail Bleach Rose Cuticle Cream
Wonderdust Polish Powder
The complete set costs only $1.25, but if you prefer,
you may buy each item separately.
Von ought to know how beneficial NALOID PROD?
UCTS arc?how attractive your hands will become
with their use. May we have the pleasure of demon?
strating these new toilet accessories to you?
Come in today and let us show you how easily the
charm of well-kept bands may be ac?
quired and maintained.
ZjAc Floxal! iS/oro
BiK Stone Cap. Virginia
W. 8. Uohc spent b few ?luv?
[n Johnson City, lost week on
Mrs. W. II. NYron und two
children are visiting relatives
ut Chilhowie thin week, while
Mr. Wren is in Richmond und
Itoanoko on business.
Charles Bonn, who is in train?
ing at Cump Lee is spending
his furlough with hss parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. IS. Buhn,in the
Miss Ora Bush, of Abingdon,
(pent the week-end in the Gap
visiting her brother, J. W Bush.
Mist Mary Akors, assistant
principal in the High School
lofl Friday afternoon for Kin
nry, where she will visit her
parents while the school here
is closed.
Mrs. A. 1). Owens spent sev?
eral days in Cincinnati last
week where she went to con?
sult a specialist for ear trouble.
Miss Ethel Van (Iorder re?
turned to her home in the (lap
Thursday night after spending
the past six months in Bough
keepsie, N. Y., where she at?
tended the Bougltkeepsie Busi?
ness College.
Mrs. J. A. Vicars, :t member
of tlie faculty of the public
ichool went to Wise Saturday
where she will visit relatives
until school opens again.
J. A. Qttines, of Kingsport,I
Tenti., has accepted a position
in the purchasing department
"f the Stouega Coke und Coat
Company and will move his
family to the (tap as soon as he
can secure a dwelling.
Mack Patlon lias been ap?
pointed fireman at the postoflioo
building to take (be place of
Owen Mason, who has resigned.
Mack will also continue to op?
erate bis pressing shop. .
Per Sale. ? Thorough Bred
Airedale Pups. '2 months old.
(10 en each. II I,. Cummings,
Big Stono (lap, Va,
Miss Frances Long, who is
attending school at the Budford
Slate Normal, arrived in the
(lap Sunday night, where she
will remain until the epidemic
of Spanish influenza is over.
Miss Emma Duucan, of Bud
ford, spent a tew days in the
tiap this week visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. \V. A. Baker, onrouto
to her home in JoilOBVillo.
Gordon and Edward Goodloo,
who art; attending school at
Emory and Henry College, re?
turned to their homes in the Gap
Sunday night on account of the
epidemic of influenzae) Kmory.
Mrs .1. L MeCoriniok spent
last week in Middlosboro visit
ing relatives.
Mrs. .1 < >. Smith returned to
her home in the (lap Sunday
night after spending several
days in Knoxville visiting her
Major .1. F. Bullitt, of Philn
delphia, genera! counsel for the
Stonegu Coke ?.V Coal Company,
arrived in the Gup Sunday
night, when' lie will spend SOV
oral days on business.
.1. .1. Kelly, <>f ''Vise, was n
visitor to the (lap on lust Sun
I)r. T. F. Staley, the special
ist, of Bristol, tilled his regular
monthly appointment nt Appa
lacbia, on last Friday.
No Ambitious Man
is without a bank account,
be a man of
Its possession shows you to
Method, Caution and Thrift
The people with whom yon deal have more respect for
you if you pay by check instead of currency. As a
matter of prudence as well as ambition, open your ac?
count with us.
Prof, ami Mrs. A. .J. Wolfe,
of Cleveland, Va., spent a few,
duys last week in the Gap, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Mrs. S. Polly is vieitiug her
son, W. II. Polly and wife, at
Pennington Gup this week.
FOR SALE. ? Three four
montliH old pigs. Applv to Mrs.
W. F. Baker.
Miss Edith Ballad .left Mon?
day for Bristol, where she will
visit u few days before going to
Washington, where she will
spend the winter with her sis?
ter, Mrs. W. B, Book, and do
clerical work for the govern?
Miss Bertha MahafTey, who is
teaching school at Gradou is
spending several days in the
Gap with hotnefolks, her school
being closed on account inllu
Mrs. Eppie Smith, who has
been spending several days in
Gap visiting Mrs. M. V Wells,
returned to tier home in Morris
town Monday morning
TIME TO liuoVKKl/.K.
Say Mr. Magazine Buyer. You
paid #6.20 last year, at news
stands for thai Literary Digest.
Get it for $?.00 from W. C
Smith?"The Magazine Man."
Mrs. Helen Foster returned to
the < lap this week from Itri tol,
where she spent several mouths
taking a business course.
William Beverly returned to
his home in the (lap this week
from Atlanta. Georgia, where,
he went to enter lleorgte Tech,
but failed on account of ear
Mrs. Belle Slemp was called
to Louisburg, W. Va., Saturday
on account of the serious illness
of her son, Bascom Slchlp, who
is attending school at the Green
bruir Presbyterian Military
Miss Polly Dixon, the Domes
t ie Science teacher in the pub?
lic school al this place left Sat?
urday for Bland, Vd , where
she will visit al the home of
?I udgo F. B. Kegloy.
A. L, W'itl is spending u few
days this week in Boanoke on
D. S. Yoakley returned Satur?
day night from a business trip
lo Piuoville and Harlan.
Mrs. I). D. Sixer and children
returned to the (lap last week
from an extended visit to rela?
tives in Marion, Ohio.
MissMary Lee Maiden left Mon
duy for Abiugdou, where she
will visit hotnefolks while the
school ut this place is closed.
LOS I".?Between Southern de?
pot aud Smith Hardware Store
a Indies' black purse, oonluiulug
one key und small change. One
dollar reward if returned lo
Smith Hardware Company.
Pdlll Jesse.- has been confined
lo bis room with illness for the
past week. His fallier, S I:
Jessen is taking can-of his tilts
iuess al the cute.
Mrs. C. A. Tarwater and little
daughter, Helen,who have been
spending several days in Knox?
ville ami Bristol visiting rela?
tives, will return home some
time this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wax arc
spending a few days in Knox?
ville this week visiting rela
lives and attending the Knox?
ville fair.
Mrs. (i. W. Frazier and two
children, of Oklahoma, who
have been spending a few weeks
in Scott county visiting rein
lives, arrived in town last Fri
day and tire visiting al the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B
Nice fresh fish and oysters ut
Paul's Cafe.
Miss Alice Bruce, who is
teaching school at Dorchester,
is spending the week at home,
bor school being closed on ac?
count of influenza.
Mrs. Willis Slaughter, of
Washington, D. C, arrived io
the Cap last week, where she
will spend some time. Her hus?
band, Captain Slaughter, is m
active service in France. Her
nephew, John Bullitt Ohalkley,
who has been spending a few
days in Washington,where his
mother bus been very ill,return?
ed with her. Mrs. Chalkley is
llev. Boy Early has just re?
turned from Duute aud*conti
gons points, where In- made a
number of "production" speech
es to the miners. He was en?
thusiastically received wher?
ever he went and splendid re
suits are. noted by the operators
wherever bis appeal was heard.
?Norton Progress.
James \V. Bish, an employee!
of the Wiho Printing Company,
will leave Saturday morning for
Nashville, Tonn., having been
summoned to appear before tho
United States District Court nn
the 14th in the case of the Unit?
ed States vs. Kmpiro Realty &
Mortgage Company, a realty
corporation whoso representa?
tives operated in Abmgdon a
few years ago.
Mrs. Stella Harwell, who has
been spending several months
in tho Cap left last week for
Dayton, Ohio, where she will
visit friends before going to
California to visit tier son.
Carl Qilly, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim (Jilly of the Cove has
been spending several days in
Kiehmoiid, where he took bis
lino Hereford c?lf und entered
it nl the State Kair. lie won
first prize at the Joncsville fair
this year.
Jas. B. Avers left last week
for Washington, l>. ('.. where
he bus aeeepted a government
position. Mrs. Avers, who is
visiting relatives in Louisville,
will also have a government
position in Washington this
Mr. and Mrs. John P, Mans,
baby and nurse, who have been
spending some time in the Gap
with Mrs. Murrs'aunt, Mrs Gee.
Ii Taylor and down in the Covo
with her grandfather, .). K
Polk Barron, returned to their
home Saturday in Quuti mi,
Texas, near Port Worth.
Mr. ami Mrs. Milford < I illy
and baby, of Gato City, are in
the (Jap this week visiting at
the homo*of Johnny Qilly.
Safe as the United States
Buy Liberty Bonds.
Henry Long, who has been
doing a livery stable business
here for the past two or three
years, has sold his outfit to
Robert Skeen, of Turkey Cove,
and \V. B. Gilly.of East Stone
< lap, the deal taking effect the
tirst of October. Mr. Skeen and
Gilly will continuethii business
Its heretofore at the same place
W. B. Kilbo?rn received :i
telegram Sunday night from
I Camp Benjamin Harrison stat?
ing that his son, Tale, was se?
riously ill with Spanish infill
eu/.a and not expeted to live.
On Tuesday, however, he re?
ceived another message, which
stated that his condition was
somewhat improved.
I. Polk Wolfe is visiting home
folks in town this week, lie
resigned as comptroller of the
Clinchficlil Coal Corporation at
Haute, recently, and w ill report
to the Officer's Tri.ining Schnei
at (.'amp Loo nboiil the tStil <<l
this month. He has been In
Class:! on industrial grounds.
lint asked to he placed In Chos
I, so that he might enter tl e
Ai my ser vice.
.lames (Silly left here Mom
day morning for Richmond,
where ho was called in re?
sponse In a telegram received
Sunday staling that his son,
Carl, was ill in a hospital. Carl
went to Richmond last, week
with some prize cattle to place
on exhibit at the h'air at tlin?
place. No details in telegram
was given as to the nature of
his sickness hut'is thought lie
probably has Spanish influen?
NV. (1. Colitis, the plumber, is
installing n new pipolcks fur
nace for Ezra T. Carter in tho
Hubert Bruce house. This is
the latest, thing in a boiilillg
system mid costs $2(10.00 for an
eight room house. Absolute
satisfaction guaranteed, your
money back if yon want it. Mr.
Colitis has already installed a
number of these plants for tin
Stonega (Joke and Con I Cpmpa
' Death of Another Soldier.
The Post wishes to make a
correction in announcing lie
death of Ballard Creech in oiir
lust issue, as it was his brothor,
?fames P. Creech, thai died til
Camp Lee on September '-'Ilrd
instead. Ballard, however, is
seriously ill at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah
Creech. Worley Creech, anoth?
er brother, who was at Camp
Humphreys near Washington
City, was notified of his broth?
er's death und came here for the
funeral and took suddenly ill
with Spanish influenza nnd died
on Thursday, October ttrd as a
result of complications. Kunoral
services weie conducted at the
home on Friday afternoon by
Rev. J. M. Smith, of this place,
and tie- body was interred in
the family burying ground near
the home.
This little pig got so round ||j
and so fat, licj
Kating corn on the cob and 151
such ab that, jj?
His life was cut short, as raj
curly tail, ? ISj
And now we have got hint W.
here "For Sale." [gl
Nothing so tempting as Sj
Roast Pork With Spiced Apples
You can lind here any portion of the pig IS]
at reasonable prices Ira
All (ccounls raid on lOlh of monlh must bo settled in lull to date, fg]
Hisel's Meat Market 1
P In Polly Building. Big Stone Gap, Virginia |
V. h th : Tivo/en Sechs
fouKnit with Grandma's
T\ TO?(]ooide(llvno,\vlv:n
[ \J GRANDMA is around.
No bar soap lying in
water wasting away. No chi| ; ..
slicing or shaving off more than
you need. GRANDMA i? .1 won
dcrftil nap?and it ii Pott-rar*?/.
That's the bi? teeret. You just
mr.T '.ue out what you need, no
more. Spiinkto it in the tub ; >!
presto?-just liV:c racgic, h .
of glorious, cle.msur; teds hi an
instant. Then, the whitest, d
cM. trcshrpt clothes that e\cr I ..
on a wash Uric.
GRANDMA'S Powdered St
Your Grocer Has It!
. .;.:. UNIVERSAL C A:?
ool I i in k lias proven its siiperUii valtin is 111 cennnmie
in l.iisliiess. aloiii; ulllliitsofLoiiiiiiuril.il work; to the
h i..1 ,inl ImiIIiI?-i 1 Iki inauiifiietiircr, Ilm wholesaler
if retailer b In savtuu; money on tin: farm. It took
0 r nl on. e as a progressive Utility, i-otubiuiuii in li^tit
1 at! ihn great strength ol licat-treatetl v?tiadhihi steel,
II tin. vahiaiilu llexiliilily of I.design, with lliat ease.
lultv ami it.iiuj in Li- tali..11 mill niaititchaneo that
n .1I1 I mil film >" universally in item.out.
will Iki wlso iiiitlei presi nt ebullitions 10fie* yotirordcr
I'oiil Trunk on llUi ?itl.1 delay. We mayor wo
nut In' able lo m.ikt! immediate delivery; Inn by
U your mill-roil nie you will liesiv.il all possible delay
,our outer to any ..in-oi the authorized 'l-'ord dealers
below Hint yon are asVired of prompt attention, awl
uftei service ' so essential to thorough satisfaction.
Mineral Motor Company
l?iK Stone Gap. Vu.
1 >
Oll l?Jj
I am prepared to furnish
Roda Block Coal by the ton
weighed. Call or 'phone
all orders to Long's Garage
C. C. Long
big stone gap,
'">. h :-' ' if^fsi'^
Buy War Savings Stamps
and Help Win the War.

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