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Beginning Thursday, December 18th
and Continuing throughout the Holidays Before moving this stock of merchandise into my other store on Wood Avenue, which will be done first ol the year, I have de? cided to close out as much of this stock as possible at a great sacr fice, having marked prices down on every article in the store order to give you some idea of the many bargains that await coming, 1 have listed below a few prices: Men's Suits In your 25.00 Suits to go at.$20.00 20.06 Suits to go at. I5.00 17.50 Suits to go it. 15.00 1 5.00 Suits to go .a .10.00 and 12.00 ?oys' Suits From $5.00 to $8.00 Men's Caps ?5c values to go at. Men's Shoes ..38c which is a lower price than they t?< >u<-lit f?i now at wholesale. .au 11 Ties Lloyf Shoo ? n large assortment <>( Men's ami that range iti values from 50c to in this sale at .38c Men's Dress Shirts ? $I.I5 >t.7j t. sc :s Worth 11.50 will sell foi . Work Shirts value- will sell foi.$1.38 values will sell for. 1.15 Dress Shoes, sq.?o value.$7.50 Good Heavy Shoe-at. 3.50 High Top Winter Shoes . 5.00 15 inch Top Boots'. 9.00 Boys' Shoes High Top Shoes.3.25 to 4.50 Men's Pants $5.00 values, sale piicc.$3.50 GROCERIES Corn Flakes, is value, sale price .|0c Arbuckles Coffee ground.40c' Giiod Loose ColTec per pound.35c Clcati Easy Soap, 6 cakes for.25c Borax Soap, 2 cakes for.15c Sauers Flavoring Fx tracts.12c Spices, ioc size, sale price.Sc Good Luck Baking Powders 10c size ...i7c! ma! here arc many articles in this store that woultl ? ilts and thrift)' shoppers should t ike ndvantar. make suitable ? of it. i hr custom adopted by pres? ent civilization is by erecting suitable Memorials lb l b c i t Braves. There is no mote drear? ily or gloomier sight than a sunk? en, neglected grave, grown up in weeds and briars. The world """ forgets the words, "Honor thy ???>'.;.tV .,. i ' , father and mother, that thy days may lie long." All do not do it wilfuliy. Putting it oil. and waiting tor spare money, is of? ten the cause. It is unwise to put up Crave Markers above your means. The fact thai you have remembered the grave of your departed stands tor itself, ruder the present system of from manufacturer direct to you, prices of Memorials have been reduced to such a low point that then cost is in reach 61 all. Joe Rf?iner & Sons, ROGERSVILLE, TENN. THt UNIVERSAL CAR Ford service for owners of Ford cars is one ?>( the important elements of the great Ford organization. Ford owners can get real Ford service only by coming to the an Honest thorized ForddcalcrSj when there Ford are at all times Ford workmen, Service genuine Ford materials ami the standard low Ford prices. If you want to get all there is. and the liest there is in your Ford car come to us with it (or the genuine Ford service. Prompt attention ev? ery time. Minoral Motor Company Hi; Sinuc Otp, Pcsaitttss dtp. flttflM a?J f actum. V?. Vi: East Stone Gap Mr It. K Lee, wIid is work? ing ;ii St. Charles, is visiting homcfolks tliis week end; Mr. V.lhert tiilly. of St. Charles, visited relatives in town Vt iduy. Cmo to our entertainment i it in tiny nignt. 16 und 'J.'i ceilts. Subscribe for vom- local pa? per, The Hig Stone Gap I'ost. Qiiiie a number of our people from here attended "An Bye fur mi Bye" at the Amuzu Tbeiiter Thursday night. Horn to Mr and Mrs .1 J, It irk.run November 13, I1M9, a hoy, Paul ' lijmor. Miss Itilby Willis spent the w.-.-k end with her homefolks at I'.ast Stone (lap. Mis- .l ine Morgan gave her regular demonstration in nurs? ing at the seinmi| building Mom till) . She had a elass of 32 be? ginners, and an advanced class of 21) The sixth grade under the di rection of their tt lieber, Miss Burn Wright, gave a most in? teresting program Friday morn, ing, Bvory child in the grade look part in the beautiful Christmas program, \ Christmas entertainment will he given at the school building Saturday night, De? cember at 7 o'eloek. Ad mission Ifi and ?J.'i cents. The program is as follows: Silent Niehl Double Quartelt? Itiuiiivi of beauty, Drill timmmar (Iradca It.-, it in.mi Kdlth VVara|iler i liri?tm.?s Katrtutt, Drill 1'r'nimrv ttradea Iteeltatlou Kiwi N'eely ChrlMiraa Ilannera, Drill lli>;li School nnd i Irntnmar (trade*. K collation Marvin Morri? Hi. Itntlon Mary Cawood Dialog, A ? hriatnuui SiirpriM Mary Citwood and lloj'd llllrdette Tableau, A Snatiiau Cavalier I'abteau, 11 <? Itoneol So Men's Und Talilt. I...I.I.. Tableau, fairy Mr Hack to <Ue Virginia Play, \ I'rrplevtiiR Situation Hood Night, Cldidreu, You ure loyal to our school? Then hay two tickets to our Christmas entertainment Satur? day night! You won't regret it. School doses Tuesday, De cembei 22 for tin- Christmas J holidays. Mrs. W. K. Gardner and daughter, Belva, are visiting tin family of Mrs. K. Kledsoe. Wednesday evening the en [lire community was horrified at ^seeing tl ones rising from about tlio middle of the town. Closer observation showed it to he the home of Mr. and Mrs. VVorl Tuto. The mother had gone Ui ; the spring and the three Btliull 'children were alone in the j house. It seems that one of I the children in playing with i can of kerosene oil had set n mi i tire. When the mothel return led from the spring she snw the i enure room enveloped in flames, and the angry fiery tongues leaping out ol the windows and 'doors Mrs T?te, with great difficulty brought the children mit of danger, The children scared, but not understanding tin- situation, were crouched to. gothor in one corner of the room; Mrs 'Pate was burned slightly, hut her big coat and wool cap protected her from more serious burns from the IIallies The entire town rush ed to tin' scene, immediately, hut nothing COUld he done for the bouse, neither could they save any furniture or household goods. They saved their win ter'si supply of pink,which they had just killed, but this is all It was fonred that the barn of Mr. .1 M Gilly would bum, bill tin' faithful workers kepi it from catching. Mr. and Mrs fate bad just bought this prop erty from Mr W. II Dickunson, who moved away u short while ago. New furniture bad just been placed hi the house, ami not a piece of this was saved. A neighborly purse was raised for the futility, lind KusI Stone responded loyally to it. Here is a chance to do some real Christ inns service. HANDS, ARMS, L1MBS_ ASLEEP And Wai Run-Down, Weak and Nutouj, Says Florida Lady. Five Bottlei of Caxdd Mado Her Well. Kathleen. Flo.?Mr?. Dallas Prlne. of this place, Fays: "After trie birth of my last child. ..I cot very mucb rundown nml weakened, so much that I could hardly do anything at all, I was so awfully nervous that 1 could scarcely endure the least noise. My condition was Rettin* worse all the time... I knew I must have some relief or I would noon be In the lied and In a serious condition for I felt so badly and was so nervous and weak I could hardly lire. My husband asked Dr. -about my taking Cardul. Ho said. 'It's a pood medicine, and good for that trouble', so he got me 6 bot? tles. .. After about the second bottle l felt greatly Improved.. .beforo taking it my ilmbs and hand3 and anna would go to sleep. After taking It, however, thla poor circulation disap? peared. My strength ranne back to mo and I was soon on the road to health. After the use of about 5 bot? tles. I could do all my bouso-work rind attend to my hIx children be? sides." Vou can feel cafe In giving Cardul a thorough trial for your troubles. It contains no harmful or habit foruilng but Is composed of mild, vege? table, medicinal Ingredient* with do bail after-effects. Thousands of women have voluntarily written, telling of the tviai! Cardul has done them. It ibou'.-.i h' Ip you, too. Try It. K 74 Buy Christmas Seals and Health Uonds. ' The Vapor Trealaient ' ) FOX influenza, Croup and Pneumonia Mother* .>!o V.n^'.- die mciii li o( iTailinp lulpl.". iv thtcntgli ace Iniig li.'UM foi tlic |>hV| !-??? who ir.av not arrive in Ihne will hnil /?' ly tail 10 keep on hstiii a bottle "t tili? tilinive croup remedy. V?po mcritna is a mtain preventive and i pe< inV fi?i coldi, croup, iriflue.ua, leiptrstnti ailments. WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES Ii ii applied externally 10 the inert, ihroal a-ul no tri!.: ar.d U quickly a'.r.tulr: '. lieliirIi die ?ort?'el :t .!.'... In hi alii;; ?ap... r! ..i I r.rc inh.lled diterl I? the Infccled memheahef. .\ itouluVaciton re med it |i devil Iv certain I 1 pri iluce ?alt.factory ir-uli !t !.. tbU cnatacterbtic tl<=: distir.|;iiidiea it fr? oilier calveii, It will iwt raaei il.c i!?ihe?. I!n> bottle ..! V...?.. irncntlu TOW AY. It i- an inraluafc protection lor : a imigriititsnt pri. e. 30c, Cllr. and $1.20 Botllei ?t All I Iru- and C enrtul Store?. It,, or .'..>> can..! itipply cm m.ler from Li8r *""'"?*t "^~\tu- BRAMf. V UCm CO., N. Wltlceihoro, N, C, (t AFE " STORAGE i m T)U can have perfect peace of mind when you leave your car with us. We always have a competent man in charge ot our floor and every car is guarded as care? fully as if the owner himself were watching it. Rates Thai AH Can Afford (f all tin: motorists in this community realized the convenience of storing their cars here, und the little it costs them to do it, we wouldn't have room enough for half the ears that would come to us. Why not investigate these conveniences and get our rates. Kemtmber we handle Texaco Gasoline and M yto Oils, and also have a full line of U.S. Tires, any size you want. BIG STONE GAP, VA. Virginia Farms Albemarle, Orange and Cul pepper County Farms for Sale. 104C acrea near Bcottsvin, Alberuarlo county; ;soo neu? River Button); 330 acre*, of llt, land i a cultivation; 8 room houHo; large now barn: silre tenant houses; well watered Price $66,000. Easy terms; i>'J.i uer? k in Orange count v near Gordonsville. Tractoi be used on most uf farm, pii acres Timber; 11 mom heu?, ? new burn; t) ucro Orchunl iii bcuring. Price, $28,000, eiuo terms. Kxceptioiial bargain. ' I?2 acri-s in Gulpeppnr cuuu ty, all in cultivation; fine noil' 60 acres Croak Bottom; well fenced; (jeud water system foi house uud barn; 8 room house; extra good outbuildings. Price (including over $t.ooo persouul property 1 $1! 1,000. Kasy terms. Many o her good farms for side. W rite or Bee RUSSELL H. GIST, Abingdon, - - Virginia. 48 4t Bid STONE (UP 1.0DUE No.ZM j& A. P. A A. M. Hrtl* t*( oud Thiirvdny ofrutj ~'(j\_iiioolh Hi 8 |? m Hmiii. H.. jP&ufiy'C Vi-ltiuj; brMbm. nrj.oiue .V. I). ??i.\j, W U .1. It. M.u Neo'i STEVENSON CtUPTEK No. I* R. A. M. Mf?!?i .third ThuruLi; ul iv-.L roniilb.it 1 p. in. Masonic Hi . Vteltiiig i*omi>jQion.s wrltuwr Qu?, L. Talobi.II )' i 11 HiTXI.??, Sffl > Tuning and Repairing Pianos and Musical Instru ments W. W.iN. OIBQS, ? At>paUcUit >i S. S. Masters & Co. Genoral BlacKsmith Repair Work. Itoilcr and Machine< Ketwiriuii. lei~ ?hoeiDi; * . ;> v? .;:.->n ?od Pugg] Work We make a epecMlijr oi puum* uu rubber tlrr. All work given |?nuii|>l and li?reful .Iu*uIkhi. Biu Ston? Cap, Va. DR. G. M. PEAVLER. Trat!? 1)1 ? ??*?? of tho Eye, Kar, Nose and Throat. BRISTOL, TEN N. Atvaiachia office clisconiir uud lor too prosont. II. I?. FOX Civil and alining Engineers liiu StohoCnp, Va. Harlan,K> KrpuilK iilul iwliiuil.'.t uu Coal auJ Tiu Iht Uud*, Mkok" Plans of Coslssd Coke Planta, Und. IL?ilr<>ad end Mi?? Bngiueeriug, Bloctrlo Hlue Printing. DH. THOMAS F. STALKY Ref ractionist. rreat* di^eifCH of ike Eye, Ear. Note and Threat. Will be In ALnalauhia I'lHST KKIOA) ui taub uionlb uotil U I'. M. BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. Dr. G. C. Honeycutt DENTIST BIG STONE GAP, VA. LHUee in Hlliu. lluilding ?.v?r Mutu*. tiruj; Store. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMITH I N?_ Big Stono Cap, Va. w? jml Buggy work * ripeiUU) I have an Cp.lo-date lUctilue for putting on Kubbrr Tire* All work gWvu f>roin|< attention. Dr. J. A. Uilmer Pbyilciaa asd SurfcaB ill'KICE -Jvor >luta<i Drug tfton Bit? Stone Gap, Va. , ,.., ... . t i i_ l I . UlUClg^ BLUEFIELU. W. VA. Reokkcepiaj, Hhortlund, Typewriting. ?peeial httemlen glren to teaching Book? ing by mall.