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That We Are Now
Ready to Sei*ve You
MOTOR cur owners of this com?
munity hereafter may count
on us for a full supply of the ever
Tires and Service
Come in! Lot ito explain why you
should have those inbuilt Firestone
exi ras that stand up n&ainst the &rina.
Come in and test our prompt, effi?
cient; courteous service. It will
greatly increase your motoring
pleasures. Our charges are reason?
able; our work always reliable.
Firestone Tubes ami Accessories
oho on hatul.
ff Extension of Piping
Why not take full advantage of the
Water supply on your premises.
We will extend your piping to the
garage, barn or any part of your property
in surprisingly quick time? and at u surpris?
ingly small cost.
If you have any such plans in mind,
just tell us to cull and we will be glad to
discuss the matter with you.
Also remember that our re?
pair department is always ready
to serve you at an instant's notice.
G. C. SWORD, Big Stone Gap
Wearing The Food Problem
is the duty of every dealer in the markets of mca\s.
We arc your representatives at Ute wholesale coun?
ters of our business.
t >ur selections b| meat which we intend t<> sell to
you is a model of discretion,
When you buy your meat at our shop yon arc re
cciving the best cuts of the finest animals for your
table at a price that cannot be out done it its fair?
ness anywhere.
Let us furnish you with some stalwart
Steak Tenderloins or Pork Chops
lor your supper to-night.
Iialacli Iis
Tnlmngo Counts and two chil?
dren, Dewitt mid [renej <?f Dig
Stone Gap, wore siipper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. p. E. MoKinney
Wednesdny evening. Willard
Collier, of East Stone Cap, was
an Appalachia visitor Saturday
Mis< Itohind Wells, who hos a
position iiere( visited hontef?lks
at Kcoltee Sunday.
Maslers Martin I). Collor ami
Vernon llehdricks visited Mr.
and Mrs. W illiam Collier at East
Si..no Gap Saturday and Sunday.
A carnival, the third to exhi?
bit liere this season, is showing
here this week under the au?
spices lif the ( )(ltl I'elloWS.
.1. II. Thomas spent most of
Ihsl week overseeing his farm at
Spoor's Perry.
Carpenters are rushing the
construction of W. ?, Stout's
lieu resilience in the new bot?
The rain fall here for the
month of May. lias been tin1
greatest known lo t h <? oldest
residents of this Section in many
.1. .1. MeScveen, local manager
for Sititds A Co., spent- the week?
end in Knoxville on business.
The Appiilachia l!oy Scouts
in.- planning a hike ami a week's
stay at Sand Cave, Ky., early in
?I II no.
The Holy Roller iiieetiiig'con
iltictcd liy Evaiigolisl Kilbodriie
ami associates -till in progress
in tl.Island," after having
been here for more 11 lit It two
Would you trust your heart
ton girl who inndi' her living
ringing and dancing in a front
ier dunking place? Do you
think such a girl could be wor?
th \ of vour friendship?
hi "'Threo Mounted Men,"
Ihu masterful Universal feature
in which Harry Citroy appears
with Neva Gerber, a man does
ibis very thing, with full eon '
lldoucc in her worthiness.
Lola wns'ht a bad girl at!
heart and idle became a profca- I
sloiilll dance hall girl only so
she cOtild support her mother
and lie! self. I Ier brother, Puck
Masteis, was n convict serving
a term in jail.
< Ine day Pill came buck to
the little frontier town ami
found Lola. He determined
-he must not sing or dance for
drunken minors more. He plan
ned a stage coach robbery and ?
When Buck left prison he was
:it odds wi'.h the warden's son
over some dishonest manipula?
tion of prison accounts. Soon
afterward the warden's son
-en! Cheyenne Mary after him.
Harry went to the little town
where Muck's Hister ami mother
hv.-d. He inet Cola und fell in
love with her.
How the forger was appre?
hended through efforts of Chey?
enne Hurry, but released by
llhn later, is shown in ?'Three
Mounted Men," which comes to
the Amn/.ti theatre today.--adv.
dn Friday evening May 211,
ami Saturday afternoon May 24,
the pupils of Miss Ash wort hi
(piano) and Miss Alice Jones
(voiceVgnvu a recital; and on
Saturday evening May 2-t, the
violin pupils of Miss Blanche
Hurley gave a program, nssisi
eil by the School (ilee Club.
I >o Thursday evening May ??!;>,
the School Ctlee Club t.Misa V.O.
liaird, director) will render a
program of varied attraction,
including songs in picture a
short comedy sketch and many
choral numbers.
Tlie play "All's b'uir in Dove
and War." to be presented by
the Senior Class of KUOon June
is the collaborated work of
members of the class ami their
advisor, Miss K. C. Baird, Much
intoresl i-. being manifested in
its production.
Tlie Normal School is plan?
ning very milked improve1
IlieiltS Oil the west side of the
grounds facing Tyler Avenue.
The improvements consists of
sidewalks, a stono fence with
spacious entrances to the Nor?
mal School grounds, and other
improvements on the grounds.
Dr. J. P. McConnell will de?
liver an address next week at
commencement exorcises of
Milligun College, Tenu., on
"Truining for Social Service."
Ho is a member of the Alumni
Committee of that institution to
raise $250,000 00 for the materi?
al enlargement autl improve?
ment of that institution within
tli3 next year.
By recent action of the Vir?
ginia Normal School Board a|
very large measnro of the ro-i
sponsibiliiy for Extension Work !
in the interest of all forms of
educational service and for the
assistance of teachers actually
in service was assigned to the
Normal Schoolnt Kndford. This
institution will prepare and
distribute u large number of
bulletins and other educational
matter helpful to teachers and
other educational workers. This
school has always carried on an
active campaign in behalf of
bettor rural schools and all ru?
ral problems. In the future
various forms of Extension
Work will be greatly enlarged.
The ex-kaiser is now telling]
the world that ho never wanted
war and did his utmost to pre*
vent it. But an incredulous |
world is like the state of Mis?
souri?it will have to be shown.
Lake ?" ''Inner on the future without
thorough preparation. Ask for booklet.
Statement ol (he Financial Condition
Interstate Finance* Trust Go.
Located al llig Stone dap, in the Count)
ill Wlsf. Stale ol Virginia, al Ihr
dune of business, May 12, 1919, made
In the Slate Corporation Commission.
l.oaiu and Discount*.tilW.WO.'jaI
Overdrafts, secured, j ";??!. in
unsecured, (831.80 lilU.OS
Itotuls, Securities, etc.. owned
Including premium en
*???? ?S,87o\00
Furniture ami fixture* l.ttoO.OO
F.xrhangcaand check-for next
?lay's clearings i.'iV.ss
Other caali items sj.flol
Due from National Hanks 111,?."!( i-j
Due from State Hanks, Pri?
vate Itankora, and Trust
companies i 04.181
Paper currency fi.oonlutll
Fractional paper currcriby,
nickels and conti til.10
liold coin. iiOS.wl
Sliver coin 7M.s'?'
Notes Ouaranteed I ?,000.00
Liberty Uond t arried ft, 109.10
total, ttttt,238.27
Capital st.vk paid in f 110,000.00
Surplus fund 5,1)00.00
I'ndivided proAta, less amount
paid for interest, ex
jienara and taxes .'!,(>*>!?.4n
Individual deposits. Including
savings deposit* -'lit,ill.Is,
Time eertlAcatea of deposit 111,070.81
CerfiAed obeeki 88 61
Cashtoi a checks outatandlng 7,059.47
Due t.> State Itunkii, Private
llarikon and Trual < font
panics :i7irt|
Hills payable, Including certi
cues of deposit representing
money borrowed 3.AOO.O0]
lieserveil for accrued interest
on depoalbi :t:(l
Iteserved for accrued interest
on certificates .if depoalt 813.821
Reaenreii for accrued t.,vc lim.nO
Contingent Liabilities 16,000.00
Tplal, |885^3&!n
I..I II, IVamplor, i ashler, do solemn?
ly swear thai Ike above is ;, true state-1
mcnl .d" the financial condttlou of In-1
teratatc Finance arid Trual Company, U>
cated at Rig St..ne Gap, in the County of i
VS ise. Stale of Virginia, at (he close of
business on the l.'th day of .May, 11119
to the Ih'.sI of my knowledge and belief.
J. ii. W.vMri.kr, Cashier
W. W. Tavi.oii ,
O. s. run. ii . Directors.
n . T. uoodlok )
Sun. or ViiioixiA, County of M lae
Sworn t<> and subscribed before me by
iuiw' ,''*n,p!er' ,l,ta 2Wn ul>' ?f
Oko. i.. TaVLon,
Notary Public.
My commission expires December 30th;
To the Voters of tlio Town of Kip Stone
? (lap:
At the earnest solicitation of many
friends- I have consented to become a can.
didatu for Mayor of tbe Town'of Big
Stone (lap at the election to bo held .Inne
JO, IMS). If I am honored by election I
promise to give the duties ot the office my
liest attention. Respectfully.
To the votors of Big Stone liap:
I huroby announce myself a candidate
fof Town Sergeant at the election to be
held Oil .luno 10th. 10It). If elected It is
my Intention to secure property and move
Into the main part,of town, ami will en?
force the law and perform the Jules of
the office to th? best of my ability.
I solicit and shall appreciate your sup?
To the Voters of Big Stone liap:
I take this method of announcing my?
self a candidate for Town Sergeant at the
election to be held on .June 10th, 1010,
If elected to this office 1 will perform the
duties of the same Impartially and to the
very best of my ability. I earnestly so
IICll and will appreciate your support.
1?. M. RKASOlt
For Justice Of The Peace.
To the Voters of Richmond Magisterial
I take this method of announcing my?
self a candidate for re-election to the of?
fice of Justice Of the Tea.:.! for Richmond
Magisterial District. Klcelton Novem
her Ith, lOtli, Your help ami Irillueuoc
will be greatly appreeialisl.
Respectfully yours,
YV. N. IlltKKDINd.
To the Voteni ot Wise1 "mutty, Va.:
licnilcnicii:?Ynu have a vole to give
some man in Richmond District for Com?
missioner tills fall, and for the fact that I
am not physically able to do manual labor
I am asking you for this gift. However,
i win not asking that you commit your?
selves to me wiihout Urs: Investigating t"
see if it is proper ami right for you to do
so. As for my nuallAcatlowt pertaining
to the duties of thie Office, I ito not hesi?
tate to say to you that I am competent
ami fully qualified to do this work and
that I am equal to the task. If 1 should
be the peoples choice, which I hope to
be. I shall endeavor to do the duties of
this office in a straight, honest, business
like way. .1 .1. TAYLOR,
Appalachia. Va.
VIRGINIA lu the Clerk* Office of the
Circuit Court of the county of Wise Ihn
?-"-'ml day of April, 101?.
W. II. Xickles, Jr., Plaintiff
Proctor A Gardner. Defendants
'the object of the foregoing suit is In
attach the estate of the dcfcndanls. PrOC
tor ?V Oarducr. for the s. ol i'Jlst.OU
?ith interest lliereoii from the S.'itli day
of February, 1010; that said attsnluneiil
he levied on the estate in the bauds of
I'. S. Carter, Ailmliililiator of the estate
of T. A.Ayles. deceased, and that the
said t'. S. Carter. Admllllatrator, lie de?
creed to pay out of the estate the said
pUlutllTs debt, together with the coal of
this suit.
And it appearing from affidavit on
file in said otti..- tiiai tin- defendants.
It. Proctor and W It. Oaniner ire not
residents ol' the State or Virginia. It Is
Ordered that they apppedr here within
Itfteen ibiya afler due publication of this
And it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published once a week lor four
successive, weeks in The llig Stone liap
Pout, and thai a copy be posted at tin
front door of the Court House of this
coui.ty aw prescribed by law.
A Copy?Teste!
W. It. HAMILTON, Clerk
i 'olenun ?V i arier. p. i|. a| r.ilu-18-31
VIRGINIA:?In the Clerks Office ol
the Circuit i "01111 of I he count J'Jof Wee
the 17lh day of May, 10111.
M. S. Carpenter. Plaintiff
Hannah II. Carpenter, Defendant.
The object ol" the foregoing suil is In
attach I lie . -late of Hannah 1! i ,ii pentci
lii the following properly, lo-wit:
Lot. 4, in Block IUI, ill plal :i, as shown
on a plal ol the town of llig Stone (lap,
marked and known as "Hie stone (lap
Improvement Company's I'lat No. ?,
and of record in the office of the clerk of
Wise county, and lo subject the same 10
the payment of the claim against her
therein assorted, to-wlt:
A claim lor 1136.00, due lo tlie said
M. S. Carpenter by open account.
And it appearing from affidavit on file
in s:,id otliec that tin- dcfi.iiil.int, Hannah
II. Carpenter, is not a resident of the
slate of Virginia it la ordered thai -.lie sip.
l>c?r here within fifteen days aller due
! publication of this order and (to what is
necessary to protect her Interest in this
Anil it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published once a week for four
successive .weeks In The Big Stone Cap
Cost and that n copy be l.o-teil at Ute
front door of the Court I louse of this
county as prescribed by law.
? A cony?Teste:
W. 11. HAMILTON, Clerk.
W. T. H?rtgens, p. q. M>y91-2I-2-i
Dealer In
l^eol Estate
If yon desire to locate in Big Stone Oap,
wiito or call on inc. Special attention
giveu to property of non-rcsldenls. if
you deslte to sell list your property with
Tuning and Repairing
Pianos and Musical
M. W. N. fllBBS, . Appal.cnls, V?.
Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al
derson, W. Va., writes:
"My daughter . . . sul
fcrcd terribly. She coukl
not turn in bed . . . nie
doctors gave her up, and
we brought her home to
die. She had suffered sj
much at. .. time. Hav?
ing heard ot Cardul, we
got it tor her."
The Woman's Tonic
"In a few days, she be?
gan to Improve," Mrs.
Cox continues, "and had
no trouble at.. . Cardul
cured her, and wc sin?
its praises everywhere.''
We receive many thou?
sands of similar Inters
every year, telling ot t! e
good Cardui has done lor
women who suiter Iron
complaints eo common to
their sex. it should da
you good, too. Try
Cardui. I-.77
UIr Stono (jap, Va.
Wa o and buggy work A s,.,vi?iij
I bare an llp-tp-dato Machluc I
ou Itubber Tlrca. All work
Tronts i >i ?? or til*
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
vvm be In Anpalnchta Thira
Friday in Each Month.
Dr. G. C. ttoneytuitt
Office in Willis building over Mull?
I >rnn Store.
S. S. Masters 8c Co.
General Blacksmith
Repair Work.
Holler and Machine llepalrhlg. II .rae
shuciug a specially. Wagon ami llngitj
Work. Wo make a specialty Of piiftias;
on rubber tirca Alt work given priuiipt
and careful attention.
BIk Stono Cap. Va.
Ref ractionist.
Treats diseases nl the Eye, bar. NtiiC
and Throat.
Will be In Appalachla FIRST KRI l>\?
in nach in.>nlh until Ii I*. M.
Dr. .). A. ?iimer
Physician and SurReon
OFFIOK Over Mum il Drug Hi.
Bit? Stone Gap, Va.
Civil and Mining Engineers
Biy Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky
Koporta andeallniateson Coal and I'liu
her i an :- Design ami I'lauaofCoil lud
Cuke riantH, l.i
Bngiueei ihg, Kle
Itallroad ami M
etrio liluu I'rlutlog
j. K. Horsrrian, Proprietor
Tolophono 1030 Norton, Va.
Another Minimier not tu forget n* when
in need of Flowers for any oecaaiou,
Roses, Violets, Sweet L'eas, Orchids, 1
nations, Chrysanthemums and Polled
Plants. Corsage work and floral Deali is
a Specialty. Out of town ordeis Ii Iii I
promptly by Parcel Post, Special Pellr
ury. K.xptcss or Tetegrapb_
A. P. * A. M.
Meets second Thursday of aai Ii
, iiiiiihat Sp.nl. Masonic Hall
Visiting brethren welcome.
J. II. Matmcws, Si c y
_A. 1>. OWESa, W. M
R. A. M.
Meets third Thursday of each
month ut S p. m Masonic Uli '?
Visiting companions welcome
J, II. Mathkws. Sec i
It. P. Haimos, II. P
will :|uiei your OOUgh, soothe the Inflsm
matlon of a sore throat and luDga, Stop if
ritatlanflri the bronchial tubes, insuring i
good niight'h rest, freu from coughing a"1
with easy ?xiiectoration in the morning
Made and .sold in America for ritty-i?"
years. A wonderful prescription, assist?
ing nature In building up your general
health aud throwing ot? the disease Es
poolatly useful ;in luug trouble, asthnu
roup, broiiebltla, oto. For sale by Kell>
drug Company,

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