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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, December 01, 1920, Image 3

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Could anything be greater than
the Greatest Art?
TIE II
brings to you the most famous artists true to
life. It does not detract one iota from the
beauty of their interpretation. There is no
improving on their lifelike interpretation
brought to you by the Victrola. Victrolas
for the Jonger winter evenings.
N?. VI $35.00
No. VIII $50.00
No. IX $75.00
No. XI $150.00
Finished in Mahogany, Oak or Walnut.
All machines sold on easy terms, one-fifth
cash, balance on monthly payments covering
a period of from five t?> ten months according
to the price of machine.
SOLE AGENTS
Victrolas and Victor Products
LOCAL ITEMS.
Wi H, Nickels, of Bristol,
spent Thanksgiving in the Cap
with liomefolks.
Mrs. C. S. Carter anil little
son, Dale, of Bristol, spent the
week end in the G?p w ith rela?
tives ami friends.
Miss Cumin Duncan spent
Thanksgiving at .lonesville
with homofolks.
Hugh, the little son of I'rof.
and Mrs. 11. 1,. Sulfridgo, is con?
fined to his homo with the
measles.
Mrs. (1. M. Drown is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. l'aul .Mar?
tin at Jefferson City, Tenn.
Miss Minnie B?stwick spent
Thanksgiving in Bristol with
her mother und sister.
Kurl Morris spent Sunday in
MiddleBboro with relatives.
Mrs. J. P. Wolfe spent
Thanksgiving in Bristol with
her daughter, Mrs, J. W. Cant.
Miss Guthry spent Thanks?
giving with liomefolks at l?ut>
lin, va.
Cordon Voting and *ll oward
Collier spent Sunday at Stoncgu
with liomefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Wnmpler,
of Norton, spent Sunday in the
Cap with relatives.
George ami Tom Good loo re?
turned Sunday night from
ltlacksburg, where they spent
the holidays with the V I*. 1
hoys and also attended the
V. 1?. l. and V. M. I. football
game on Thanksgiving.
FOR RENT.?Room in new
express office building. Nico
and convenient for ofllce. See
W. S. Rosk.?adv.
Mrs. .1. L. McCormick ami
son, Henry, and Arthur Caw
ford spent a few days in KllOX
vllle last week.
Mrs. A. L. Pilley returned
Friday from a two weeks visit
to relatives in Knoxville.
Mrs. Saily A. Bailey ami lit?
tle niece, Henrietta I.am-, spent
Sunday at Ivsserville, with their
cousin, Mrs, doe. Gillenwaters
Mrs. S. Polly spent last week
at Penuihgton Cap with her
son, W. 11. Dolly.
Mrs. Maude .Manning and
brother, (Jeorge Stacy, left on
Mouduy morning for I (arrogate.
Tenn., where George will en?
roll for the winter term in the
Lincoln Memorial University.
Buy lots of Christmas Seals
when you are called on this
weok. Seal your mail with the
stamp of health and tight tu?
berculosis.
Miss Nora Youell, who is
teaching school at Deep Springs,
spent Thanksgiving with home
folks in town.
Miss Juliet Knight left today
(Wednesday) for Martha Wash
ingtou College, Abingdon, Va.,
where she will enter the second
quarter of school work.
The Presbyterian LadieV Aid
Society will hold their annual
sale oi fancy work and eatables
at l> ?. Wolfe's more, Satur?
day December Ith, bcgining at
l o'ulock.
Mr. and Mrs. K \V. Culbert
son went to Tom's Crook Satur?
day morning where they at?
tended tho funeral of thoinfant
child <>f Mr. and Mrs. .). O.
Richmond.
On Friday November 20th,
Mrs. John >Y. Vox celebrated
her s lid birthday. Several call
era came in the afternoon to
wish her many returns of the
day.
Prof II. L. Sulfridge and two
liigli school assistants, Miss
Kate Lay and Prof. Van Uur
retl returned Sunday night
from Richmond, where they at?
tended tlie State Teachers' As?
sociation,
Do not forgot the Ladles' Aid
sale at D. C. Wolfe's store, Sat?
urday afternoon, December 4th
at I o'clock.
Miss Mary Kamsey returned
to the Clap Saturday from a
visit to relatives in Pennsylvan?
ia,
Miss Mary Louise Kamsey, a
student at Sullies College, Bris
tol, spent her Thanksgiving va?
cation with her' aunts, Mrs.
Marvin Kelly and Miss Mary
it a msuy.
Mrs. W. S. Bevelry returned
Wednesday night from a sev?
eral days visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Sam McOhosuny at Lynch,
Ky.
Mrs. Betta Marks, who is
teaching in Abltlgdou, spent
'.In- Thanksgiving holidays in
the (lap with her mother, Mrs.
Sarah E. Thompson
Misses Lillie Merkel ami Vi
ida Parker, stenographers in
tb?; Southern Railway offices,
spent the .Thanksgiving holi?
days with friends in Richmond.
KOR SALK. ?Eleven Duroc
slioats, good size.?John B.
Pavno, Big Stone Cap, Va.?
adv tf.
Miss Ethel Van l i order re
liiriied tins week Oxford, Ohio,
where sho spent the holidays
with her sister, MisH Edith,
who is attending school at Ox
fortl College.
Miss Delia Sprinkle, who is
attending school here, spent a
few days last week with homo
folks in Wilder.
Miss Qoldie Beamtin, who has
been spending stivoral weeks in
tin- (lap with her sister, Mrs.
Lindsey Horton, returned. Tues?
day to her homo in Anderson,
lud.
The Presbyterian Ladies will
have an up to dale market of
all kinds of good things to eat
at their sale at D. C. Wolfe's
store Saturday, December 4th,
beginning at I o'clock.
""Mrs. J. Li. McCormick will bo
hostess to the U. D. C. at her
home next Wednesday aftor-l
noon, Dec. 8th at J o'clock. '
LOST. ? Uno black horse
mule inches high. Libornl
reward for information loading
to bis recovery.? K. A. I far ner,
Big Stono (Jap, Va.?adv.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. B?rry loft
Monday morning for Onto City,!
wliere they were called to the
bedside of their sister, Mrs. U. L.
Quillen, who is critically ill.
Miss Both l'forr will leave
tomorrow (Thursday) for Staun
ton, where she will spend the
month of December visiting
her parents.
The Ladies' Aid and Mission?
ary Society of the Baptist
church will have a joint all day
meeting Thursday beginning at
S:;t() a. m. at the home of Mrs
E. E. Ooodlob.
Miss Kathleen Litton, of Dot,
Va., spent Thanksgiving in the
Qap with her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Qilmer. Miss Litton left Fri?
day morning for Abingdou,
where she spent several days
with friends bj Martha Wash?
ington ('ollege.
Miss May Horton spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with
her parents at Punnihgton < lap,
Mr. Allen and daughter, Miss
loa, and Mr. Hawkins, who
work in the Southern Railway
(dliees here, spent ThankSglV
ing with liomefolks in Bristol.
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wade Har?
rier, who formerly lived in the
(lap, but live In Johnson City
now, spent several days here
spent Thanksgiving with homo
folks in Bristol.
Miss Mary Louise Bntnsey.of
Pennsylvania, who is attend in g
school at Sullies College in
Bristol this winter, spent tin
Thanksgiving holidays in the
Qap visiting'her aunt, Mrs.
Marvin K. Kelly.
Mr. und Mrs. King and little
daughter, of Norton, spent
Thursday in the (lap with Mi?
ami M rs. .1 ohn Hay.
Mrs. Martin V. Wells, of tlte
(Jap. and sister, Miss Xauev
[Hamilton, Of Morton, returned
to their homes last week from
a two weeks visit to Washing?
ton and New Vbrk. They visi
tep friends in Hoanoke as they
returned home.
FOR SALE. I >he 8 h. p.
LH. ('. gasoline engine with
Webster magneto, mounted on
stool wheels. $'200 f. O. b. Duf
I Held, Va. ? Prank W. Tompkih.
j?ndv47?49.
I Miss (ierahline Guthrie left
Monday for Hnrrogale, Tenn.,
where she will attend school at
Lincoln Memorial University',
Mrs. Sue M. Guthrie accdmpn
nied her daughter to Harrogato.
Miss Margaret HolT, of Big
Stone (lap, Va,, was the guest
on Wednesday of Mrs. K A.
Grandstnff, of Holsten Avenue.
Mrs. HulT came to Bristol in
the interest of mission work
ami Hilde study.?Bristol Vllor
j aid Courier.
A telephone message from
Jefferson City, Tenn., Sunday
Conveyed the information thai
a nine pound girl was born to
Rev, ami Mrs. Baul Martin at
their home there that morning.
Mrs. Martin was formerly Miss
Matt Brown, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. (i. M. Brown, of this
place.
FOR 'SALE:?Fireproof safes
slightly used. National cash
register am! automatic comput?
ing scales Address, Wood
McOready Companv, BluofiehL
W. Va.?adv. -15 18
Rescue Wolt/. spent Thanks
j giving in Hoanoke with rela?
tives.
The Lloyd Guild will meet
with Mrs. Warner at the Monte
I Vista Ilolel Thursday afternoon
j at :t::i(l o'clock.
The Women's Home Mission.
!nry Society will meet Thursday
afternoon at .'! o'clock With
.Mrs. W. II. Wren. All mem
hers are urged to be present
1 Mrs. Cornell, of Lynch, Ky.,
has been spending a few days
in tbo (1 up visiting ' her daugh
tor, Mrs. F. L. Hill.
Oyster Supper Saturday
Night.
Tbo Highland Park Better
ment Club will give an oyster
supper Saturday night at iho
Log Cabin. i'Jvery body cor?
dially invited to attend.
Matinee Saturday.
Margare-1e Clark in Prunella
and the Hied Piper of Hamblin
I'will bo shown ut the Aniu/.u
Theater Saturday atp. m.
i W. H. Taylor, manager of Tho|
j Star-Bulletin's circulation do-'
[partmunt, returned from a visit
I to Iiis old home in Virginia, lie
I visited several of tho hi,* main?
land nowspapers and picked up
a number of the latest ideus
'from their circulation depart?
ments. - Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Mrs .1 \V. (.laut and littlo
daughter, Margaret; of Bristol,
are spending a few days in tho
(lap tins week with relatives.
Mrs. John S. Hamiden, who
has heen spending several days
in Joiiesboro, Touu., where she
was called on account of the se?
rious illness and death of her
sister, Mrs. Mary Hamilton
Hunt, accompanied her broth?
er. Professor Hamilton,
back tu Amtierst, Mass , where
ho is professor in Amtierst (' d
lege and where she wtil spend
a few weeks.
Capt. Slaughter Moved.
Cnpl. Willis It. Slaughter,
who bits been located at t'amp
Lee, Vtt., since he returned
front service in Franco, has
been moved from t'amp Lee to
Kurt t'rook, Nebraska lie was
ordered to Port t'rook to be
aide-do camp to Major General
Omar Bundy, who is in coin
maud of the 7th Army Corps.
Mrs. slaughter was formerly
Mrs. Jule Bnllitt, of the Gap,
youngest daughter of Majot
Joshua F. Bullitt, formerly of
the Chip; hut now located in
Philadelphia.
Associated Charities Elect
New Officei s.
The annual meeting of the
I Associated Charities for the
election of olllcers was held on
I October !Hh at 3:30 o'clock at
the homo of Mrs. McCortniok.
Mrs It. F.. Tuggnrt culled the
meeting to order, and after a
preliminary discussion of the
most needy cases, the following
officers were elected:
?.President. Mrs K K ( loodloc.
1st vice president, Mrs. It. K.
Taggirt.
2nd vice president, Mrs .1 L.
McCorinick;
3rd vide president, Mrs. Cox,
Secretary,Mrs. B. B Alsover.
Treasurer, Mr. J. M. Hodge.
Directors, Mrs. C. 0. Goch
ran, Mrs. J. II. Matbews, Mrs
10. I*'. rturgoss,Miss Luln Moore,
Mrs. Jot: Potter, Mrs. lt. T Ir?
vine.
Purcell-Mowbray.
A pretty wedding ?;is solemn?
ized id tile home of Wcv. and
Mrs. Thomas Mowbray, on Broad
streel, Thursday afternoon at .">
o'clock, when their attractive
daughter, Miss Mary Lancelot
MowllNty, became tin- bride of
Mr. Sidney B. Pureell, of Bound
Hill. Vtl. Tho father of the
. bride olliciated.
I The house Wos beautifully
decorated with potted plants
and eluy-aiitheinums. The
bride entered the parlor to the
strain- of the Lohengrin wed?
ding inarch, played by Miss Fai
Imitk. The lovely ring ceremony
was used while Miss liubank
played softly MacDowoll's '*Toa
Wild Koso."
The only attendant of the
I bride was her sister, Miss Bess
j Mowbray, who wore an after?
noon frock of brown velvet and
carried yellow chrysanthemums,
W. t). Pureell, of Norristown,
Pa., brother of the groom, was
best man.
Tlio Lrido was becomingly at?
tire I in a suit of brown duvelyne
with accessories to match. Her
bouquet was a -bower of swan
son is and bride's roses.
Miss Mowbray was educated
at tlnrrisoiiburg, Vti. The groom
I is a graduate of V. I'. I., and is
j now a successful mining engin?
eer for the Olinchtield Coiil Cor
I [tonttion.
Mr. ami Mrs. 1'niceI left on an
evening train for Washington,
Now York ami other Northern
cities. ? Salem Tiiiies-Register
a ml .V-nliucl.
Mrs. Pureell is well known in
the <iap, where she has visited a
a ii nil jo r of times. She also
taught school al severaldilfereal
places in the county and is a sis?
ter of Thomas K. Mowbray, who
formerly held a position in the
(lap with the StoilCga Coke and
Coal Company.1
Free Scholarship.
The American Correspondence|
School of Law, Chicago, HI.,!
I largest law school for home
j study in tho world, with a fac-J
ulty and lecturers unsurpassed,
Everything
In Our Store At
Rock Bottom Prices
and our supply is not limited either.
If you want anything in the way of
Fresh Meats and Groceries
we have it and at prices to suit the
most economical.
Fresh Oysters received every Friday
'at 90c per quart. Let us know
your wants.
Hisel's Meat Market
Phone 1.1.7 Big Stone Gap, Va.
Virginia Wholesale Company
1 incorporated
APPALACH I A, VA.
Wholesalers and Jobbers of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions
and Toilet Articles
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FROM STOCK
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters. Tin & Enamel Ware
Stove Pipe, Pokers, Five. Shovels, Etc.
Miner's Lamps and Repair Parts, Carbide, Etc.
Kerosine Oil, in barrel lots only
Iron Beds and Springs
{Shoe Leather, Shoe Nails, Vultex Soles and Heels
Prices Cheerfully Quoted
W holesale Only, Nothing Sohl at Retail
South-West Insurance Agency
Incorporated
Pire, Life, Accident andCasuality In]
surance. Pidslity anil Other Bonds
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.
BIG STONE CAP, VA
The Heart ?f the Hills Bob the Son <>{ Battle
A Cumberland Vandetta, |ust David
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, Little Women
A Kniglit of the Cumberland, Just Patty
Little Shepherd of Kingdom Gome, Little Men
Christmas Eve on Lonesome.
For Boys and Girls
Boy Stunts, C.niup Fire C'?iris,
Patty Gordon Sorics,
I .title Wdnicn Series,
I tunny Brown Series,
1 Utility Boy Series,
Iiilly Bunny Series.
For Child t en.
Bubble Books.
"The Bonks That Sing,"
Uncle Wiggily Series,
Slccdy-Time Tales,
Reaggcdy Ann,
Keaggedy Andy,
Mutt and Jell.
Tuck Me In - Tales,
Adventures of Peter Rabbit,
Mother Goose Byrnes,
Stampkraft hairy Tales,
and numerous oilier story and picture books.
See Wise Printing Company,
For Your Christmas Books.
ha? authorized um to present '
two scholarships to two young
men or women free of cost
The scholarship covers tho
entire tuition fee for the com
plote course und service. The
only expense to the student is
the noininul sum for the neces?
sary text books. More than
50,000 students have been en?
rolled. I will be glud to receive
applications for Hid two schol?
arships i havti to dispose of free
of cost. Mukus A. Avers.
After being told just how to
vote, the dear women proceed?
ed to carefully carry out in?
structions by voting as thoy
I pleased.

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