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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, April 07, 1920, Image 3

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The creamy, quickly soluble lathci whitens ih? teeih.
hardens tht tjuno, und bringi tu ihr mouth that Cool;
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Big Stone Gap; Virginia
Who's Who
Whaf They Do
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IIAItltIS ivill ,1.. v.?>? li.tilli
BAItltlH A Itl'.NTT.KY
ill .i.l.l pit
f?lAS v II KAMA X. lieiieral far
' |wntei 11111I reptili work, iiliiu lipliiiUk-r
Hig, 11.1.1 jobs a n|i*-eiallj Simp in
t.lines limitier she.l. 11-11
.1,1' eolilraetii taken.
laity >?,- \\ I Haker,
lO-ti. j
1 MAI.
}'H fl I THAXnX Mealei in lllaek
1 Mountain mill I'.u,lie ilt.iiie-lit- coal,
tervit-e S.itisl',ntion a.?Miieil he
es in all inns ?I tu? 11 Ai litres*, I
. 'i, llu* s. t'ily. T 11-11 1
"IX T. i.AXK ? When >uii want
prmiipt eai serviee plitme 151, Will gtt
J.ywl.irre. tlixiil ear ami . tn-tnl driver. <
II nt?t trams oil re.pietl. S-ll ;
I'll Mill N i. \ NU II KATINn
1 AVl I It 11 i,iini,i I'tiuirM-'iiiig
given H>enal attention ai,., repair
..ik V-l. On t-Mliiiiiti'H ..n the N is.
*i|>t*lt-MM t'uritari- mi tin- ??.;-> payment
.1,1, Till
i i.mknt iii<11?IN?i lii.ot'Ks
MW CK.MK.Vi lll.lli KS, leineiit uilek
Mill ? ehii-lll ...... k w i- Maker.
iitiuigei ii tl
M. I, M..in.-, of Coebiirn,
pent a few ?Itiyh m t hu t iup Inst
week mi business!
Mr. ilutl MrHi Simon K. liuuks
spent twii 11iiv m in lUtstitl lust
w'eek shopping und visiting re)
ill ives.
Miss HTuru Hruee left lues.luv
fur Itristul. where she will spend
several days visiting relatives
niul will alt.mi,I the Hilly Sun
.lay meetings.
A. I. Wut sp. ni two ilaya in
I'eiinington (lap lust week mi
Mish (llllee Suxo uml Mrs.
Uodtdienver, of the Hilly Sun
ilny putty nnyti in ttridlbl, spent
the week eliil III the (lap with
Mis II*??-.
Tennessee (Jreon I'nil uml
Kentucky Wonder S.I Hoaiis
in hulk at Burgess' grocery
store a-lv.
M fas I .ennet t < 'mints, of Cue
hill II, spent last week III the
(Jlip visiting her lllllllS, Misses
Bode ami !? Ii.ru Itruee.
Mrs. .1 B Wampler ami little
tlaugliter, Sue, spent several
tluys lasl week visiting Mrs.
\V am pier's parents in (lute City
Miss Mabel Smith returned
tu her homo in Chilhbvviu, after
spending several days in the
tiap visiting her aunts, Mrs.
W . II. Wren and Mrs. ti reaver.
Many Biiilghiilttil, (if Lynch,
\\ y , spi Iii Ki i,lav night ill the
(lap', wlieie he attended the
dance, enruule in Ittinil Betreut,
w here he spent a few davs this
week w ith homefolks.
Miss Muriel Scott, of Abing
don, was the utlraetive guest
iif Miss Adelaide l'ollil it few
(fays this week. While here
she attended the dunce at Hie
hull I h'riduy night,
K .1 I'roscott returned lust
week frbin Honda, where he
spent a coiiplb <il weeks very
pleasantly fishing und a', bis
(iet your seed Sweet Potatoes
from us. Yellow Jerseys I be
lust for Uns climate ? E. F.
Hnrgess ?adv.
Mirs May II irton, teacher in
the public SCllOOl at this place,
spoilt the week end with home
folks at I'euniugtiiu (lap.
Miss l.ois Duff, teacher in Hu.
public schodl here, spent Satur
day ami Sunday with home
folks near Jbheaville
The Big Spring Sunday Schoo
will meet next Sunday after
mum at II o'clock. All the peo
pie of the community are cor
dillllv invited to he present.
W. U I Hey , formerly of th
(Jap, hut now located in Kris
lol, spent a few liuys hero Ih
past week.
Bradley Veary, of Styckley
jviiiu, Lee county, epent ^atur
duy in tln> Cove visiting lila fa
: ther, K. ( i Veary.
ATTENTION. - Walch for
the Hl? Minstrel t>\ Incul tuletil
April llitli.
W. C. Shunk. general super
[uilendenl of the Stonega Coke
I mill Coal Compile), returned
las! wirk frimi u few diivs' line
< incss trip to Columbus, (l , unit
! other pom In
Miss Kditli Van Gortler re
turned 10 her home m the (lop
Thursday from Chutluuooga,
I where she In? been spending
(hi* past Inn IIIOIllllH visiting
rcluli x e'S
K. S Womhwell, agent for
(he Stonega Coke ami Coal
Company at Asheville, N (' , is|
Spending a Ii'? dais in the Hap
this week on business.
The Woiiiiiii'h Missionary So
eiet> of Mi,. Baptist church will
hold their regular deVoihinal
meeting at the eliureh Thum
da) iifleronoo at 3:.'IU o'clock
with Mr?. B. 1. IlillOll as lead?
K?H SALK At a bargain, 1
cook stove almost good as new.
? S. B .lessee.?adv.
Bev. .1 M Smith will preach
at Ayers' Chapel Krida} night
at H o'clock, ami ul BI lie Springs
next Sunday afternoon til < ;I0,
Kastern tun.- All who rend
this notice will please publish
these [ippoiniuifulx
ll.-ar Bill) Sunday III Bristol
during Inn great campaign
there Take the morning iralii
In Bristol, attend the liiitl) p in.
service m the luheruiieh , und
retain on the iliglil train leav?
ing Bristol at 4:10 p. ill, If pos
sihle lime lillu mole than once
Adinission ami seals free No
BerVices are held ill llu- label
nuclii on M Hilda) x
Kl "It SALK I i.i callage
and J lots in the KilSI K.lld ofi
low it. Ahout i" hearing apple
ti ees, a..I w ell i in t In- pike
to the furnace. I' II Kennedy
IT - I ii
i Mrs P. B ? hierhack . of New
I York, who has heeu spending
several weeks in Hie f lap at the
Monte Vista llolel. left last
Weilnitsdii) nicht lot Loitis
v ille, where she w ill s|ieml some
Mr ami Mis Kahltoll and
little son, Chillies, returned to
the Monte \ isla Hotel last week
from a several dais' visit to
relat i ves ill K mix v ille.
W A M I KD One or two gen?
tlemen roomers for nice lied
room willi bath, hot ami cold
water liofnl hoarding house,
near. Ailitress, I". C Box i'l,
, it) adv.
Mrs B. I?. Baker, of Win
ehester. K) , spent a lew duvS
last week tu the flap visiting
her father, .1. N Moon-, near
the Southern depot. KrOtii here
she went to Wise for a visit with]
relatives before returning home
WANT K.I) Boom ami bath
in private lions,- by siegle man,
without hoard preferred, Bcf
eretlCl! exchanged - Box Big
Stone (f lip, Va, adv.
Mr. and Mrs W. K Wolfe, of
Wilder, Speiit Saturday and
Sunday in town visiting rela?
tives, returning Imme Monday
morning. The) ex pet; t to leave
in a few davs for New York
city where they will spend u
week, Mr. Wolfe Koinu Ibers on
some important business
.lohn Christy, of Andrews,
N ('., spent the latter part of
last week in town visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, .1
Christy. Mr Christy has beeil
conducting a mercantile htixi
ness at Andrews since his re?
turn a year ago from service
overseas, but reeentlv sold out
his business and has acceotetl u
position with a bank at that
place ami will resume his new
duties Monday morning.
Mountain Golf Club.
A special meeting of the
Mountain Coif Club will be held
at the Monte \ isla Holet, Sat.
i iirduv. April 10th, at 8:3ll p in
I Kasteru time.
All members are urgently re
' tpieatod to be present.
Two More New Homes.
j Contractor VV, I-'. Baker has
j received the contract to erect
; two live room bungalows with
, hath for the Big St?lln < lap Laud
t oinpany ami ? Ol k on (hem
-will he commenced promptly.
These houses will he built of
I brick ami will he locuted on
'Wood Avenue hear the resi?
dence of I-.. Present! ou Pop?
lar Hill.
Thin in to certify that I have
moved my family to Church
Hill, Tenn', hut hereby declare
that 1 will h?hl m> residence
and vutiug precinct at Bin
Stone Qap, Wise county, V'a
T, B. Ti i.i.Kit
April C, 1920. 11 17
tin Saturday evening, March
27th, Miss I.??mm Krunces Mann
and Mr. t'arl Bicharil Wilsen,
of Cadet, surprised their many
friends very pleasantly when
they wellt 10 the Baptist par
soiiage in the Uap, accompanied
liy Mr. Wilson's atiiit of t ade.tj
uml were quietly married by
Bey. A. L. Shumate. Mrs.
Wilson is the pretty voting
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.'itobt.
Maun, who recently moved here
from Houaker, Va., ami during
her stay in the (lap has made
many friends who wish her and
Mr. Wilson much success. Mr.
Wilson, who is a hustling young
man, has a position with the
Qruntl Theatre at Appalacbia
ami is also mail currier for the
Stbnegu Coke ami Coul Cntnpn
u v.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will
make their home in the (.lap
Representative will be at the
Wednesday and Thursday
Over live hundred 61 the seasons newest
patterns will be displayed. Don't fail to see
this line ?l woolens, you know we undersell
most tailors $15 on the suit. Place your order
now, the suit will be I t his he d within ten days
or at ui\ time you state.
Prices $40 to $75
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