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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, November 06, 1918, Image 3

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Ann yourself against Grippe, Influenza, Bronchitis,
Cold in the head, Catarrh and Pneumonia. Many a
serious illness begins with a simple cold that you can
guard against by carrying with you a package of
Rex&ll Cold Tablets
Stop the cold and you stop the risk of sickness with
its dangers and expense. Rexall Cold Tablets are
a most reliable and convenient remedy. Thirty tab?
lets in a package, price 30c.
Zi/ro Sftcxatt Store
Mrs. I). M. Chillier spent sev?
eral days last week in Louisvilln
visiting relatives ami friends.
Mrs. J. VV, Christian spent
Thursday in iSxeter visiting her
niece, Mrs. Charlie Witt.
Mrs. .1. M. Smith, who has
boon ill for several days,is luue.li
Donald, the small sou of Mr.
ami Mrs. Charles MuhafFoy,
who hits been very ill for sever?
al days with influenza, is im?
proving r.ipidly.
Hon. .1. W. Chalkley, of this
place, who is with the .lohn
Pollard unit of the Y.M.C.A.
sailed for Franco last week.
Mrs. Robert Amos, who is
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .lames Hotly, is very iil
with inHticDKti.
Mrs. Louise Clover, of l'r
euna, III., arrived in the Cup
list wenk where she will visit
Mrs. W R Heek for several
Mr, and Mrs. Hop Shuln'r are
rejoicing over the arrival of n
tine boy at their home on last
l'uosdny night.
Mrs. S. A. Bailey and daugh?
ter, Miss Janet, are among the
I itest to take million/..i hut are
improving at this writing.
C. M. Wooilrutr, who has been
ill with ihlluohzn for several
liays is able to out again.
Mr. and Mrs W. R. Rock,
who have had an attack of in
IhlcnZil, are able to be out
Wo are glad to stale that
Misu F.lcnunr Baker, who litis
been ill with inlltieii/u at the
University of Maryland Hos
|>i tit I in Ha Ititnoro, is very much
It. C. .Kunkle, superintendent
of tbn General chemical Com
puny at Pulaski, and wife are
spending a few tluys in the (Jap
this week.
Mr. and Mrs 11. B. Warlon,
of;Roanoke, aro the guests of
Mr. snd Mrs. F.. F. Burgess this
Airs. Harry Jessen, who has
been visiting relatives in the
Gap, left last week for London,
Ky., where she will spend some
time before going to Savannah,
Gil., where she will spend the
Miss Bruce Skoou spent Mon
dav in Bristol having her eves
I treated.
Mrs. ('handelte Strong was
called to Winston Salem, N. 0.,
lust week on account of the ill.
ness and death of her brother
in-law. Mr. Arch Benilt. .Mrs.
Rcnitl has he,mi very ill of in
> lluonzn also.
A line boy was born to Mr.
anil Mrs. V. I.. Morion on last
Wednesday morning, weighing
ten pounds
I The entire family of Mr. and
j.Mrs. M. R. Wilbur, who live in
the Beasor cottage in west end
Iof town, have been sick with
; influenza. Mrs. J, E. Thomp
I sum, who went to nurse them
i iyiiH taken sick with Influenza
Charles Duncan, who has
been very ill with influenzti at
St. Charles, is reported to be
improving. Mr Duncan is a
brother of Mrs. W. A. Baker, of
this place.
Mrs. ('. S. Carter, who has
had tin attack of influenza, is
! able to he out again.
K. K. Scott, ol Knoxvilloj
spent the week-end in the Gap
visiting relativen.
Miss Nellie Van G?rdor n -
I turned to her home in the Gap
i lust week from Chattanooga,
j where she spent two weeks vis.
itiug her brother and family.
Mr Ninbegor, of this place,
spent Sunday in BriHtol with
relatives and friends.
Mrs Paul .lessee and two lit?
tle sons, Harry ami Howard,
an- in Johnson City this week
visiting relatives.
1. 'I'. Gilly, el' Uogersville,
To nil., spent n few days this
week in town visiting reletives.
Clarence Williams, stationer
for the Stonega (Joke & Coal
Company at this place, was
able to resume his duties Mon?
day morning after a week's
Hiege of influenza.
The path to at least moderate wealth is open to you,
but you will have to enter
By Way of the Savings
Account Route.
No man iias ever attained even moderate wealth with?
out the aid of a bank account.
If you really have the ambition to acquire wealth, you
will start an account at once. It is the only way.
CS.<jARTtR>.Rt5l0EHT.:.-^,^- 'j.B.WAMPUER;.CASHIER.
Rex, tin' 11 your old son of
i Mr. and .Mrs. (jlurenco Ru?oy,
i who lins been quite sick for the
| past tea days, is slightly im.
YY. A. Morrell, of Penning
ton Gup, spont liiat Friday in
town doing sonic work for the
Chesapeake & Potomac Tele
1 phone Company.
I Mr and Mis. John Summers,
;of Wilder, spent sever ? I days in
the Gttp last week vi-iting Mrs.
Summers' sister, Mrs. J. U.
i Wampler. Mrs.Sumnieis will be
remembered in the Qap as Miss
|Suilic McGoiihell, of (late City.
Miss Polly Dixon, the domes
tic science teacher in the public
school at this place, returned to
: the Gap Friday night from
Rlautl, Va.j where she spent a
month visiting friends.
Misses Niln ami Margaret
Taylor are visiting their grand
mother in Ciinchport this week.
Miss Frances Long, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Cong, during
I the epidemic of ih.llueuzii re
turned to Kadford Monday
morning, where she will con?
tinue her studies at the Kid
ford Stale Normal.
W. (!. Farns worth, of Ahing
doil, passed through town
ThurSdniy en route home from
(i. ft Fox-, oj the engineering
tirm of Fox, Peck and Fox, of
Harlan, Ky., spent a few days
in the (lap the past week visit
ing relatives.
J. W. Draper, agent for the
Southern Railway at dale City.
Spent Sunday with his family
in the (lap.
N. I?. Presley, formerly a resi
dent of this place, hut now with
the KilgoreCoUl Corporation at
Norton, was a visitor to file
(lap Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Taylor went last
Wednesday to Hazard, Ky.,
with her oldest son, Harry,
where she will get her small
grandson, Harry Taylor, Jr.,
and bring him hack to the (lap
to keep for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Rritt Smith and
daughters, Cora and Cleo, of
Bluckwood, ami Mr. Smith's
mother, of Pettrsburg, Yn.,who
is visiting them, spent a few
hours in the (lap Sunday after
J. W. Rush, who is in train?
ing in the Tank Corps at the
University of Virginia, has
beeil very ill for tliu past two,
weeks with influenza ill the
University Hospital.
Miss Frances Scott, who litis
been visiting her grandparents,
I Mr. und Mrs. S. W. Wax, for
several weeks, returned t> her
homo in Knoxville Monday
Major J. F. Bullitt, of Phila?
delphia, general council for the
St?nega Coko and Coal Com?
pany, is spending a few days in
the (lap this week on business.
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Craft, of
Gate City, spent a fow days this
'week in the Gap, guests.of Mr.
and Mrs. ft. T. Carter.
Ambrose Witt, of Oklahoma,
who has been spending several
in..-I:ths in this section, has just
'erected a beautiful monument
at the grave of Rev. Joe Wells,
ibe great mountain preacher) in
I the Knat Stone Gap cemetery.
The monument was bought by
contributions from relatives und
friends of Rev. Wells, who has
been dead for the past eighteen
Mrs. .). P. Mullin- and five of
her children are confined to
their rooms with influenza;
but uro getting along as well as
could bo expected.
Word have boon received the I
past week by their parents un-j
nnunciug tiie safe arrival inj
France of O.G. Duffy, Jr., of
Stonega, E. IV Duffy, Jr., and |
Charles Folly, of Appalachia. I
These boys say they are all well
lind enjoyed their trip over very
much, and think France is it
wonderful country.
.Mr. and Mrs Aaron Kaylor
anil three children, of Mnloon,
III., who have been visiting
Mrs. Kuylor's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .lere Litz, oh Norfolk avb
duo, have gone to Dig Stone
Gap, Va.'j to ninku their future
home.?Bristol Honrld Courier.
The town, together' with
R. C. Williams, Dr. Q. C. lion
eycutt and other property own
ers on Gilley Avenue, are hav?
ing a sewer.line constructed
from their homes into the south
fork of Powell's River App
Hood, who had the contract to
dig the ditch, has just complet
ed tht! job and (iartield Sword
will commence laying tho pipe
some time this week.
Mrs (i.e. IloucyCUtt receiv?
ed word lust week that her
brother,.). Mnlcom Paltrier, of
S|.rs Ferry. had died in
Franco of pneuinouiu. Mr. Pal
mervuhintoered about uycumgo
mid wns in the navy transport
service, lie was 32 yeurs of hge
and a sou of Mr. and Mrs /, F.
Calmer, of Speers Ferry, and
was an industrious and popular
young man, and his death will
be greatly regretted by his
many relatives ami friends.
Physician Dies in Kentucky
K. F. and Wad.' Tale, of
Osaka, were culled to Whites'
burg, Ky., Sunday morning on
account of tin- serious illness of
their brother-in-law, Dr. Ren
Potter, who has .traded
A later message received here
states that Dr. Putter died Sun?
day morning at in O'clock, and
that his wife was ill with infill
otiy.n. It will be remembered Hint
Dr. Potter, a recent graduate of
a medical college in Chicago,
married Miss Bess T?te, of East
.Stone Cap about one year ago.
and (hey h ive been living at
Don, Ky., near Whiioaburg,
win re her husband was ptiysi
cian for a coal company.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to take this means
in thanking our many friends,
who weresp thoughtful ami kind
to in during our darkest hours,
also for thi'. beautiful floral of?
ferings which was prompted by
love and tender .sympathy; (hu
wishes ure that Cod Will minister
to our friend- as they did to us
during their dark hours which
are surely to collie to all. Wo
also wish to thank the ministers
for their Comforting word-.
llAitiiY Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. p. F. Kihler
ami Family.
Vote of Thanks.
The Town Council, at a meet?
ing on .Monday evening,ex press?
ed a desire to extend a vote of
(banks to the Central Coinniit
t' e, appointed sometime ago to
take charge of ilie influenza
situation, and of which Mr.
R. B Aisover was chairman,
for its faithful ami etlicietil
work, believing that by its of
forts a spread of the epidemic
bus been averted. On advice
from the Board of Health,which
believes l hat I he crisis has pass?
ed, the Council now deems it
wise to relieve this committee
of its duties, leaving it empow?
ered, however, to care for scat?
tered eases as they may from
time to time develop.
Holston Conference.
Bolstou Conference, M. K.
Church, South, winch met in
annual session in Johnson City
last week made the following
appointments for the Big Stone
Cap District:
I'residing Eldor??M; l*. Carted,
Apisil.iehi.i- It. M. Walker.
Itlg Stone: thiii?O. W. Dean!
Cliuchport?J. A. ti, Perkins.
Coeburn?M. A. Stevenson.
Cumberland Gap?K. N. Woodward.
Kant stone Gap?-S. M. Jennings,
Port nine's more?II. J. Kellev.
Gate i lly? T. It. Wolfe.
.loni-sville?s. L. llookeoborry.
Kingtport?W. S. Ilemlrickii.
Kind's Clroult?W. 'I'. Kvawt.
Niekelivlllo?P. U. Suavely.
Norton Circuit W. N. Baker.
Pennlngton Gap? P. M. Buchanan.
Powell's Valley ?W. It, Carbrough,
Stickesvllle w. II. Walkor.
Stonega?B. T. Sell*.
Toni 'a Creek?G. E. Painter.
Wise?X. K. Cartwright.
?J l?-iJ i??j (Sii^J l?J IJj (Ci L3j taj UUl? j i^J.ti-j ?
"77/A5' L,ITTL,E F>Ja*
i his little pig got so round [?!
and so fat,
Mating com on the cob and ISj
such as that, |=!
His lift* was cut short aer-?
curly tail,
And now we have got
here "For Sale."
as no;
Nothing so tempting as
Roast Pork With Spiced Apples
You can lind here any portion of the pig
at reasonable prices
All Account! paid un lUlh of inunth must bo settled in full to date.
I Hisel's Meat Market
M In Polly Building.
Big Stone Gap, Virginia 0
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Uib Stono Gap. Va.
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