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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, December 08, 1920, Image 3

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NOW FOR THE THOUGHT
Only \0 more days before Christmas and only 14 more shopping days, but Sve liave
beat you to it. We arc prepared for the Holiday rush and we have overlooked ab?
solutely nothing. Don't put oft*your buying till the last minute. Just remember
OUR STORE IS SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS.
Look over our many items or better still visit our store at once and let us show
you our well selected stock. All goods marked in plain figures. One price to all.
Eastman Kodaks
(hi
Tho ovbr-ideaiilug |>rcAciit, mail
everybody and at pi ices from
$2.00 to S50.00
There is nothing luoro attractit
youth than picture taking,
mere j leasing 10 the grown U|M.
China
Fancy An China from Japan, al
varieties i?f d?curalldii? slid shapes, .is
you always rind Oriental Productions,
Tahlu W ard In Sot* and oynsn t-t ? >.-u.
Nothing will please Mother in.r?i
she had a hard lime for four years
getting ahme, with (?Iii Sets.
Leather Goods
Our Leather Goods have Style it
lall 1 Just nurse nrtiag Koi years wii
have carried the "Humps" l..vl-t
Goods ami riiaiiy a Finn Hill lloolc,
Ladies' Hag, Pocket lloolc. M.
Itooklet, ban he traced to our stbrc
Books
(live Hunks lie Children's Nine
We carry a very large assortment
Children's Hook* rrom ? to s years.
For Girlsaud Hoys from 8 lo l"i years.
Surround your lioine wltli books and
watch the wonderful liillueuce It will
have over vuur children, Tho loach
er will apeak nl il. 'Clio child ?
liioutlilv re|tort will he another evi?
dence.
Fountain Pens
ro?ni?inPen
r. Hi.
thai
For the Student, the Ita
Itonkkcoper. We have one
unit you?"Wutcrnmn's" Ideal, Par?
ker's Lucky Curve. the Snap till, plain
Ulli) gold in..iliil.sI In all kinds of
isdtits $2 GO n> $10.00
Jewelry
Sec and he i.vlllced thai in this as
in all on r nl her lines we have coilflned
oursctvos only I., iirllclcs nl' highest
irradc. Our j'irlccs are b.iscil on a com.
iiierelal jiroltt. Goods plainly marked,
livery article unconditionally giiarau
Iced.
illicrs
0 ^^>"
llliigs
clots
Ghristmas Decora?
tions and Toys
Yes. we have thelll. Do not rhe.it
the child nl ils greatest pleasure nl*
Christinas Voii yourself have long
forgotten the |ircsciits you received
hut the picture of the Tree is still He?
hn; in v.m.1 uieiuory. Wood Toys,
m il made tdiuosl ludcstructahlo, a
special Factory nomlier, Cannons,
Soldiers, Wagons, lloises. Wind and
I.ill.I Mills, I Ults. ele.
Smokers' Articles
Cigar Cases, tllgarctto Cases, Cigar
..I i igarctlc llnlilers. Ash 'I'rays,
l'l|i -s. i Ilg?rbttCH, all kinds Tobacco
in ,lars ami Packages. Slcllla HriaV
l'i|n-s, ItegularfJ.OO value at. . 75c
Ivory
$8.00 to S50.00
51 OO to S2?.OO
52 GO lo S25.?O
Jeweled Swiss Wntclici
S2G.OO to $35 OO
Stiel; (?ins, llroochcs, llaby Sets. Iis
liy Kings Chains. I.I.rl,, Fobs.
Helta, M?ckles, Cuff Hultoiis, F.ar
Kings
I'.very year we sell more. Olli -'
lection in sets and individual niece's i
very large Combs, itriislies, Min.us
Manicure iVrtiol.f all kinds, Maul
cure Sets at all prices Irolu
S2 GO to $20.00
in plain and fancy Silk ami l.ealhe
II..Iis. Shaving Sola, " loth llroslic*
We bought nur sl.icli early
prices w ill prove it lo you
Cut Glass
price is l..w
Itvi
Water Scis
Ci?roritilng w it h qual
>ui
Ciga rs
'lie kind he smokes you liud at
"Kelly's'' hut if you do make a mis?
take, im uxchungo any box; any part
of a box, or any cigar. It not absolute,
ly satisfactory. ??Cortex" Nunitea?.
rVobaters, Garcias, (ilrahlx and 10
other brands. >
S'l OS up
\ as. s SI.OO to $12 OO
Ihm Ihm Dishes. Celery Dishes.
Howls ilr.ipe Juice Sets, Comports.
Full' Hoses, Nappies
Stationery
Katun, Crane and Hike's and Syiri
plumy I'apettiers. rcprcseill tin- last
wind in eorres|H>iulcncu.
U ixos from G5c to S3.GO
all the going shades and latest ,1,
signs. 'I'o appreciate this line is "to
Don't worry, we've got it. Don't buy just any kind. We have the kind you always
bought, the kind that always pleased. And remember a man is often judged by the
candy he sends. Huylers and Whitman's in 1, 2, 3 and 5 lb. packages. But for the
children we have Buntes, absolutely pure, wonderful in lustre, the best hard candy
made in the world. Come, see, be convinced.
KELLY DRUG COMPANY
Will
here
Z?Ac fflcxall S/ore
A Victrola In Your Home
This Christmas!
n n" I fsTrsl Imul 15 f51 Iciral hrTra i fH .-al fTi r_it f.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Davis, of
Imbodon, spent Sunday after
noon in town visiting relatives.
Little Jonileo Knight, tin
youngest (laughter of the editor,
is recovering from a severe case
of measles.
Rudolph ami Elina Youel] are
conline.I to their rooms with
a case of measles.
Horn to Mr, ami Mrs. Wayne
Wright last week a nine and
one half pound sou.
It. G. Morton spent the week
end in Bristol on business.
Mrs. Charted Robinson, of
Sylvn, N, C , who was former,
ly Miss Nina Johnson, of the
Gap, is spending n few days
this week in the (lap with Mrs.
Curtis Hobbies.
Mrs. Harry'Meadows spent a
few days last week at Norton
with relatives.
Miss Scott, of Mississippi,who
is teaching in Appalachia pub
lie school this winter spent Sat?
urday am! Sunday in the <('.ip
with Mrs. Proctor Brown.
Honry Bowyer, of Stonega,
spent Sunday in the Gap with
Fred Troy.
Mrs. E. A. Compton and
(laughters, Virginia Churchill
and Helen, and Mrs. Dr. J. G.
"Bentloy and dnughter, Beatrice,
of Dunbar, are, spending this
week in Bristol and Knoxville
shopping.
Kyle Shores, of Wytuoville,
has been spending n few days
iIiis week in tho Gap on busi
0888.
Miss Deila Sprinkle spent
Saturday and Sunday nt.lmbo
don with Miss Mao Pritchard.
Mus Helen Sargent spent the
week over nt the mines near
Kookec with her father, Frank
Sargent, at I late City.
Miss Angy .Manning Taylor,
; of Richmond, lias been spend
ling several days in the' (lap
visiting Mrs. Margaret J. Holl*.
A. I,. Win, S. P. Fleeoor and
son, Wilbur, spent Sunday at
Pennington Cap visiting l)r.
Holls and family.
liel your fish ami oysters at
Paul's Cafe.? adv.
I'M ward and Margaret Cart
righl, the little son and daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cart
wright, have about recovered
from an attack of the measles.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mttlinffey
, will move into the 0. P. Sproles
property this week, occupying
the rooms upstairs.
Mrs. J A. Crocker, Miss Olga
Horton and Mr. ami Mrs.
Witmpler motored to Stonegu
Sunday afternoon where they
spent a few hours visiting
friends.
Mr. lind Mrs. Curtis Robbiris
and Miss R?th Barren spent
Saturday and Sunday at Keo
keu with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Co
vili. Mrs. Covill was formerly
Miss Nell Marrs, of the (Jap.
M. II. Maury, general mana?
ger of the lntermont Coal und
Iron Company spent a few days
in Bristol this week.
Mrs. I). 0, Wolfe returned
Friday noon from a two weeks
visit to her daughters, Mrs.
George Roebuck and Miss Grace
Wolfe in Richmond, Vs., and
Miss Myrtle Wolfe in Washing?
ton, 1) "c.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. AUover
returned Friday from a week's
shopping trip to Cincinnati.
Safe driver and good carawuit
you Dt Paul's Cafe.--'Phone 140
?adv.
Ohas. K Bird went to Abing
don last week for uri operation
a id is getting along line anil
will be home soon.
The Lloyd Guild of Christ
Episcopal church will meet with
Mrs. K. C. Burnson Thursday,
December 0th at 3:30 p. m.
Miss Beuluh Atchely; one of
the stenographers for Stonegn
Coke and Coal Company, has
been snending a few days with
homefdlks in Knoxvillo.
FOB RENT. ?Boom in now
express otlico building, Nico
and convenient for oftice. See
W. S. Bosk ?adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bum, of
Bye (Vive, Scot-, county, have
linen spending a few days in
the Gap with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Lane.
Mrs. K. D. Leslie ami little
daughter, Mary Margaret, re?
turned Friday to the Gap from
R two months visit to relatives
in Ohio on a visit to Hunting?
ton, W. Va.
Miss Eleanor Baker left last
week for Baltimore, where she
will spend a few days in the
hospital taking treatment.
From there she will go to Penn?
sylvania, where she will visit
Misses Mary and Margaret
Bunn, formerly of the Gap.
Mrs. Jess Smith and two at?
tractive children, of near De-]
troit, Mich., arrived in the Gap
Sunday morning where they
will spend some time visiting
Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and
Mra. John Gbodloe.\Mrs. Smith
svas formerly Miss Marguerite
Goodloe.
Misses Truln Kennedv ami
Anna Bird suenl the week end
at Dtinbtir with their aunt, Mrs.
K A. Complon. While (here
attended a dunce given by .Mrs.
W. K. Neil in honor of Mrs.
Neil's son, Prank, of Lynch,
Ky.
F( ?I; SALE ? One S h. p.
1. II. ?. gasoline engine with
Webster magneto, mounted on
steel wheels. $'200 ,f. 0 I). Dllf
lieht. Vui?-Frank \V. Tompkin.
?inlv47-l!l.
Miss Lucy M^aurv, voungest
daughter of Mr M, H.?Muury,
of tin* Gup, who is attending
school at Buoch wood near Phil
ndelphiu spent the Thanksgiv.
ing holidays at the While
House in Washington. I>. 0.,
with her aunt, Mrs. WoodrOW
Wilsuti, wife of the President.
Mrs. A. D. Owens and little
daughter, Virginia, returned
Sunday morning from a three
weeks visit to relatives in (.'in
cinnuti. While there Virginia
had her tonsils removed and
had to spend a few days in one
of the hospitals,
Mrs. Franklyh .1. Brown, who
was formerly Miss .Dorothy
Owens and hahy son, Frankly it
Alfred, who were, called a few
weeks ago to Chicago on ac?
count of the serious illness and
deatli of her husband, are now
spending several days with rel?
atives in Cincinnati before, re?
turning to their home in the
Oap.
Miss Eula Tackelt spent Sun?
day in Pennington Gap With
her sister. Miss Dorothy Taek
ett, who left Sunday night for
the Norton Hospital in Louis
ville, where she will undergo al
very serious operation on her
throat this week. Miss Eula re-1
turned to tho Gap Sunday 1
night.
Valuable Land Sales Next
Week.
In this issue of the I'ost. ap?
pears tho announcements of
I three of the most important
land sales ever hold in this sec?
tion and if von are interested in
the purchase of town lots in Big
Stone Gap or it small farm in
the county it will pay you to
post yourself on these sales.
All the property is valuable and
ill be sold at public auction
and no doubt those who pur
base will get some real bar?
gains. Especially ore tho lota
advertised in Big stone 'lap
valuable. They are by far the
most desirable lots ever sold
here and if you ale thinking of
building and want a desirable
location don't fail to attend
this sale. ^
Emmit t Stouo, of Glamorgan,
returned las' week from lloi
Springs, Ark., where he .
compauied his wife several
days ago, who is very ill with
rhoumatism anil ?vh->ri shew-ill
remain for t re.it men' this win
ter. Mrs. Some was ft.rm.-rly
Miss Eulolu fjuIron, ol the ? ? ?? p,
diuigliter of II..11. .1. li t' itr?n
I'lleir children will stay in the
t lap with relatives lllilil their
mother returns.
Tliq Ladies' Aid, of the Bap
list church, will mil at Ilm
home of Mrs. E, .1 I'rescotl
I'htirstlay aiteruoon promptly
al J o'clock. All lliitshcd nr.
lieles of einbrouleiy must be
brought, as this will ho the last
on Cling before the animal sale.
NO TICK
1 am temporarily leaving
Wise county and expect to re
tain iny citizenship ami voting
precinct ai l<ig Stone Cap, Vu.
adv 18-51 D II. HosTIC.
Special Meeting at the Baptist
Next Sunday.
I wish to extend a cordial in?
vitation to all of our friends of
(he other churches and of the
entire community, to come to
our ehuruli next Sunday evening
at 7 :8<fj o'clock, t.. heai a great
message front Dr. David Hep?
burn, of Itichiuond, V.l. Dr.
Hepburn i- president 6l ourA'ir
ginia Anti-Saloon hellgtie, and
he ha- a very hard task at the
present tune. I sincerely hope,
we may have a great union ser?
vice, attended by the good peo?
ple of all I.ho churches. We in?
vite the public, and assure yon
of a cordial welcome and it
strong message.
A . I.. Shi m m i:, t'rtstor.
Franklyn J. Brown Dies in
Chicago.
Franklin J. Brown, who was
doing hospital work in the Uni?
versity of Michigan, at Ann
Arhor, Mich., thin year before
Icompleting his medical course
int tho University died Sunday,
November 21 Bt in Chicago at
Iii? sister's home, Mrs. Ander,
son, after n short illuoss of
pneumonia.
Mr. Brown had come to Chi?
cago u few days before to at?
tend tho big football gamo bo?
lt ween the University of Michi
gait ami University of Chicago,
i Ho contracted a severe c dd at
the game and was taken ill
suddenly. His wife, who wns
Mis.-* Dorothy Owens, of the
Gap, and l>nl>y son hastened to
Chicago tn his bedside and on
reaching there found him much
better, but his condition chang?
ed suddenly and he passt i
away uu Sunday.
His remains were taken to hm
old home near Kansas t'it>.
Kansas, where they were buried
on Tuesday, November 23rd.
Our big lino of Xmas Candies
are beginning to arrive. ? Paul's
Cafe. -adv.
XMAS NOTICE!
\Y e have the ftuOBt and IllOSt
<.tplete stock this Near w o
have over bad. Diamonds,
{ Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Cut liiasss, Hand Painted t ln
luu limner Sets, Leather Qootls;
V in Ii r .? I I a s, with all
the season's new novelties. If
in Bristol call ami look around.
Our Mr. Moore will be with us
through December.
D. It. Hyi.anh '& Company',
,1 owelers,
hIv is ?l Bristol, Va.
Services at East Stone Gap
Baptist Church.
Next Sunday afternoon wo
plan to have mir regular preach?
ing service lit It o'clock, lit tin
Baptist church. But our people
who alien-!, will have the pleas?
ure of hearing n now man
preach. Kev. David Hepburn,
of Itichinond, Va., is coming;
with iiie, and the people of Kits!
Stone (tap will have the rare op
port unity to hear tins strong
ttaptist preitchor. Mr. Hepburn
is not only one of our loading
preachers, bill i- [?resident of our
Virginia Anti-Saloon League.
Toll your friends, ami let tn
give him a line congregation
next Sunday afternoon.
A. L. Shumatk, Pastor.
Christm?-i Irrings joy to many
a heart,"and the hills bring
many a groan.
The Mean of the Hills Bob the Son of Battle
A Cumberland Vandetta, Just David
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, Little Women
A Knight of the Cumberland, Just Patty
Little Shepherd <>( Kingdom Come, Little Men
Christmas live on Lonesome.
For Boys and Girls
Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls,
Patty Gordon Sorics,
Little Women Scries,
!'.unity Brown Series,
Bunny Boy Scries,
Billy Bunny Series.
For Children.
Bubble Books,
"The Books That Sing,"
Uncle Wiggily Scries,
Sleedy-Time Tales,
Reaggcdy Ann,
Reaggcdy Andy,
Mutt and Jcli.
Tuck - Me - In - Tales,
Adventures of Peter Rabbit,
Mother Goose Rymcs,
Statnpkraft Fairy Tales,
and numerous other story and picture books.
See Wise Printing Company,
For Your Christmas Books.

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