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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, September 03, 1919, Image 3

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Friends Sometime Judge You
BY YOUR WRITING PAPER
Ever noticed how favorably you were impressed upon the receipt of a let?
ter written on neat attractive paper and enclosed in an envelope to match ?
Symphony Lawn, Eaton, Crane & Pike
Papers arc absolutely correct. I'hey are everywhere recognized as the
Standard in,the matter of Style. We have Symphony Lawn, Eaton,
Crane ?V Pike Papers by the box, the pound, and in pads with envelopes
to match. Don't fail to sec out assortment.
KEIwLfY DS^IIG COMPANY
Z>/ic fflcxa/l ?Store
BIG STONE GAP, IRGINIA
LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. ami Mrs. 1,. J, K irk. spent
Sunday al Ponnihgtbh ?Jap
visiting relatives.
A. I'. Hammond has moved
his family into the L. K. .lessee
property east of the Southern
depot.
Dr. Karl Stoehr left Monday
night for Cincinnati, whore he
will spend a few days on i)iisi-:
hem.
Paul Bruce, of the Southerni
liailway, war. visiting in Knox
Mil.- Saturday ami Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. ft. B. Alsdver.
Rpenl Sunday at Norton with'
friends. ?
Mr. and Mrs. I?. II. Bostic
left Monday morning for a few
days visit to relatives in Scott
county.
If you have tin old stable
you want to sell telephone No.
1 Ifi, .lohn B. l'ayne. 3?tf
Mr. and Mrs. K. I?'. Tale and
children, Mrs. J. M. Noting
and Mrs. M. \'. Horton were
down from Stonega n few hours
Sunday afternoon.
11. S. Benjamin has purchas?
ed hds adjoining the residence
l)f W. S. Miller, where ho will
build a residence in the near
future.
Robert Brown, <>f Middles'
bom, spout several days thin
week in the tiap visiting bis
grandmother, Mrs. I. 9 u r a
I Hick-ley.
Miss Grace Long left last
Wednesday for Ttizowell,where
she will visit robitivs for two
weeks before going to Darling?
ton, s. 0., whore shrf will visit
her sister, Mrs. Kreil Law, for
several months.
Mrs. I>. K. Orr und daughter,
Mrs. Gibson, of Oastlewooda,
are guests of Mrs. 11. A. W.
Skeen in the Gap this week.
Dr. and Mrs. \V. I!. Harham,
of Newsoins, .South llampton
county, arrived in the Gap last
week where they will make their
home with their daughter,
Mrs. .1. M. Smith.
Mrs. K. W. Nickles returned
to her home in the Gap Sunday
night after spending t h r e e
weeks at Black.water, Tonn.,
visiting relatives.
Miss Meie Taylor has accept?
ed a position as stenographer
in the offices of the Stonega
Coke and Coal Company at
Stonega.
Mrs. Vitas Wells spent Thurs?
day at Bristol, where she met
Inr cousin, .Miss Payne, who
will attend school in the Gap
this next session.
Lee Baptist Institute
,"' LOCATED AT
PENNINGTON GAP, VA.
is under tine auspices of the Home Mission
Board and the Powell River Baptist Associa?
tion, but liberally patronized by other denom?
inations.
i *J ^ [pupils the past year of whom were in High
* / O School Department. We had 70 boarding pupils.
I'he school employs S teachers. The best possible year
High School course is arranged; Excellent course in music.
' "liege trained teachers.
All Charges
Kail term begins August 1
lirick buildings, electric lights
steam and water in buildings.
CHAS. H.
Reasonable.
;j, 1919. school year 9 months.
. and <"iirl's home heated by
K?r further information write
UTLEY, Principal.
At the pinnacle of Hope. Desire. Achievement lies
Success
which comes to him only who courts it. The founda?
tion of
Business Success
is the Bank Account. Have you laid the foundation?
We are interested in your
Success.
William T.^-Goodloo, .lr. re?
turned to Iiis home in the Gup
Saturday nighl from a visit of
i several weeks to Spartaushurg,
8. ('., ami Johnson City. 'renn.
I I
Mrs. Mnud Manning, son
.Carl, ami George Stacy, return
?eil last week from Anderson,
! Ind.. where they spent ten days
visiting their sister, MrsMnrv
Begley.
Miss Hertha Mahalley left
Monday for Ionian, w here she
! will teach the public school
this session.
Lieut. Colonel and Mrs. W.i
(\ Moore returned to their home
in Washington, D.O., last, week :
after spending a few days in
the (Jap with Mrs. Moore's
mother, Mrs. J. W. Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Sproles
and daughter. Mrs. I.eland
Benedict, and her t wo children
spent Wednesday In Slpnegu
with friends.
Mrs. Hunch and her sister,
Mrs. Moore, spent Thursday in
Histol shopping.
Mrs. A. Hyek, who has been
spending a few weeks in the
Gap visiting her daughter,
Mrs. U.S. Benjamin, hit last
' week for her home in New
! York City.
Miss Dorthy Owous left
last Thursday night for Law.
rence, Kansas, where she will i
'attend school for her third
year at the University of Kan?
sas, from which institution she'
will graduate this next year in
literature and modern science, i
W. S. Palmer, of Keokoo, was)
in town Saturday afternoon!
and gave this ollico a pleaseiit
call. -Mr. rainier, who is one
of Lee county's most promin?
ent citizens, is a candidate for
the House of Delegates. IK'
stands for good schools, good
roads, and clean politics, and
the voters of Lee will do well
to (deel him.
Mrs. George Connor and
children, who have been visit?
ing relatives in Russell county,
are spending a few days in the
(lap visiting relatives before
leaving for Atlanta, (in , where
-Mr. Connor has a position.
1 Miss Miriam Taylor left last
week for the country near
Bl?ofiuld, where she will spend
u few weeks.
Mr. und Mrs. Joe Neal(i and ;
little daughter Gertrude, of
Dorchester, ami guest, Miss
Ruby .Morgan, of Roanoke,
spent a few hours in the Gup
Sunday afternoon with friends.
Mis*.vs Mary and Blanche
KilbOUroO left last week for!
points in Kentucky, where they
are visiting friends and re?
lative?. They attended the
county fair at London, Ky.,|
a few days lust week.
Mrs* Marvin Kelly and little
son Krskin, and Miss Mary
Ramsey returned to their home
in the Gap last week from a
few weeks visit to Atlantic
City, X. J.
Mrs. J. B. Ayers and two
daughters, Martha Louise and
Emily, who have been spending I
the summer at the mines near
Keokee, where Mr. Ayers is
superintendent, returned to the j
'Gap last Friday in order that
the little girl's may attend
school this winter.
Pro. H. Li Sulfridge, prin?
cipal of our public schools,;
moved his family from Appa-I
lachia to the Gap last week |
and occupies apartments in the
Totiraine.
FOB SALE.?-A onr-otory ten I
room house, light and water.:
Newly painted and fenced, near I
Southern depot. (food neigh?
borhood. For'quick sale,a real
bargain. For price and lerne;
see owner.?J. ?. Moore, Big!
Stone (tap, Va. 'M-37 !
Mrs. Albaladejo, who lias I
been visiting her sister, Mrs. I
Alfred Owuets, left last week
for her home in Lawrence,
Kan.
Miss lira Bush, of Abingdon, >
was the attractive guest of her
brother, J. W. Bush, a few days
in tin; (lap this week, enroulo
to Memphis, Tenn., wlune she
will spend some time visiting
her sister.
Mrs. Black, who hits been
spending some time in the Gap
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
\V. B. Williams, returned to
her home in l'.arboursville, Ivy.,
last Saturday night.
Joseph Miner, the popular
tomstone mauufnclurer of Bog
ersville, Tonil., is in town this
i week in the interest of bis lirm.
Some of the best tomhstoues in
this BCCtioil were made and
erected by him.
Work on the Presbyterian
manse on Wynndotte Avenue,
is progressing rapidly and when
completed will bo one of the
prettiest residences in the (lap
'and one the Presbyterians will
' justly be proud of.
Horn lo Dr. and Mrs <i. C.
Honey CUtt at Iheir country
home above town, on Monday, a
son, whom they have named
< I roves Cleveland, .1 r.
John Quails, of Kast Stone!
Gap, has bought the Harris
property on Rfist Fifth Street,
occupied by Frank Witt, and
\ will move his family into it
I within a few days.
U. I.. Perry, who has accept
ed a posit ion as store manager
for tlie Virginia Banner Coal
Corporation at Trammel, Dick
eutiou county spent Sunday in '
the Gap with bis wife, who
M'compauied him to Trammel
Monday, where they will pro
hably move in a short time
Miss Beverly Bane Taylor,
who has beeil spending a few
days in the (lap visting Miss
Florence MeOormick, relumed
Saturday to her home at White
Gute, Va,
Mrs. .1. Procter Brown and
little son spent Friday in
Bristol.
Mrs. Mela Beasor, of (late
City, spent a few days in the
(lap bis! week on business.
Miss Margaret Barron, who
has bei || attending (he Slate
formal School at llurrisonburg,
Va., for the month of August
returned to her home in the
Gap Sunday night. Miss Kar?
roo has accepted a position in
the public school at Tacoma,
where she will begin teaching
this week.
('barb's Johnson, formerly
with Mack PaltOil, is doing
cleaning, pressing and repairing
at Williams* call station. All
work guaranteed. A trial will
convince that all work is tirst
Ichiss ami prices to suit. Phone
; Williams' cull station for ser?
vice.?adv. ;]j-'l7.
??Bobbie" Christian, of Rich?
mond, who has been working
in the Gap for several months
with the engineers of the Stone
Iga Coke ami Coal Company,
b it Saturday for his home in
Richmond, where he will spi-ud
a few days before entering
school for the winter at the
University of Virginia.
M IBS M attic Spi vey . of Clinch
port, has accepted a position as
stenographer in the purchasing
department of the Stonega Coke
and Coal Company. Miss Spi-i
vey is a sister of Mr lien tfpi
vey, who formerly worked in'
the! lap lor the above company,
but is now working at King?-!
port.
Prof, ami Mis. A. .). Wolfe,
who spent the .summer in South
Dakota, where Mr. Wolfe hud
charge of iv church, were in
town Monday en route to Dun
gnnnon, Scott county, where
they will teach school the com?
ing year, Prof. Wolfe having
been elected principal of the
school at that place.
The regular mouthy meeting
of the Uomunity League will be
held at the School Hall Friday
afternoon al I o'clock. Prof.
Muck Schoeu, from the Uixt
vi-rsity of Illinois, who is pro
fessor of music, in that institu
tiou, will speak on tin: import?
ance of music in the public
school, and other discussions
concerning improvement for
the school will make this meet?
ing of special interest. All are
cordually invited to be present.
High Cost of Living Reduced
NEW LINE OF
Dry Goods and Notions
just received. Look at some prices
below on a few items:
Dress Ginghams, per yard.24c
Percales, per yard.28c
Domestic, per yard.20c and 25c
Outings, Flanelettes, per yard.25c
Flour.$1.65
Meal .$1.35
Golden Drip Coffee.40c
Loose Roasted.33c
Bucket Lard.37\.c
Loose Lard .35c
Bargains in Shoos. Silk Waists, Dress Skirts,
Men's and Boys Pants, Overalls and Work
[Shirts. Call and sec hie before buying your
Fall Goods.
IT ft P TT T^C!
Near Southern Depot. |>io- Stone Gap, Ya.
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Quality
Steaks
A good piece of
steak is always
in order. If you
want a porter?
house, sirloin,
club, tenderloin, flank or round steak
you will find we can meet your every
requirement, and the people of this
community know that our market
stands for the best quality in meats
of all kinds.
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