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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, February 09, 1921, Image 3

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y^v^^? Because It's
#Made in One
VvA A^?ljSwvJ?rS^ Al.l.one piece, like & bottle: no
NkJ|[n ?^H*^B^p^ ** aenm?, no jointi. Even ttop
N^?^. ^ 'eck. You may uee<J it tonl?ht.
Kelly Drug Company
Z>/ic SPt'.-rrr// Store
Mrs. W. M. Lylo and daugh?
ter, Miss N.-II, left last week foi
an extensive visit to relativer:
in Southern points.
A. .1. Llood sold a small tVriej
of land between hero and I '. ;i
Stolid Otip last week In .leas Mil.
kins and Jim Dorloit,
Mies (Hgn Horton hail littli
niece. Betty Horton, spool Sun
day at. "Stonega visiting at tin
borne of F.. P. Tale,
Mr. and .Mrs. K/.ra Otirter and
children spifnl Thursday iil < !al<
City with relatives.
Mrs. JninuR Voiiry, formerly
Miss Delhi Parsons, who has
been spending SOUlOtimO in I In
flap visiting relatives and
friends, returned to nor home
near Pctiningtnu (lap Fridav
Mr. ami Mrs. Howard .lessee
are living in tipartino its over
K Vi Burgess' grocory store.
Mrs..). A. Uibrierhitil as hoi
guests for the past few days
her sister, Miss Kathleen I.it
ton, of I lot, Va., and school
friend, Miss Fr'eidu I'rtiiier, ol
Abingdon. who is teaehing
school at. Penning! ai 'lap.
FOB SAl.F. ?Almut acres
coal ami liiilLot land three milot
below Kebkee, Va., joining tin
Southern Bailroad. For price
and particulars write or call
C. 10. Planarv, Arno, Va --adv.
Miss K.li/.ibeth MclOihanoy,
of Klllcliold, spent a few ,1 iys *hj
the (lap this week visiting her
cousin, Mrs. 1. T. Winston.
Misses Josephine Warren ami
Mary Meadow, of Norton, spent'
a lew daos lasl. week in the < lap
visiting Mrs. Harry Meadows
in the Touruino Mats.
Mrs. Joshua F. tiull.itt, Jr.,
entertained the Friday after
noon bridge club at her home
on Poplar Hill last Friday af?
FCKS.M.KCIIF.AP. -one !..(
and three room house located in
plat 31. Address Box III, City.?
adv. 1-7.
Miss Maude Perkins, one of
our obliging telephone opera?
tors left Monday on a three
months visit to relatives in
Knoxvillc, Cincinnati, Cleve?
land and other points after
which she will return to (lie
(lap to resume her work.
You are invited to attend a
Valentine parly Monday night,
near L & X. depot. There will
be plenty of pie, cake, ice cream,
and sandwiches for Bale. A
cordial ivitalion to every one
and a hearty welcome assured.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Home and
baby, Madge, returned last
week lo (heir home at Koda nf
tor spending a few Weeks in Ihe
(lap at the home of their par
ants, Mr. and Mrs. .1. (i. Money.
Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. John
Johnson at their homo in tile
(Jap, below Poplar Hill, list
Sunday morning, January 30th,
a boy. This is their thirteenth
Messrs] Hi II. Slemp ami .lohn
Kay left last. Thursday for
lli. hm .iul to attend the annual
meeting "f the Masonic tlraml
Kin>.MS tp RENT?At Flor
ono? Ii', l-'lanary's. Man nnd
wife prof er rod:?adv..s.u.
'I'ho circles of the Ladies Aux?
iliary of tho Presbyterian
church will meet on Thursday
afternoon, February mth at :i
o'clock, as follows. Circle 1
with Mrs. W. .1. Smith; circhi '1
with Mrs. Head, and circle II
with Mrs. ('. V. \Vcoins.
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Cnlbert
sou and two sons ami Mr. and
Mrs. F. I.. Morton, have r<
turned to their homes in the
(lap from Knoxvillo, where
they attended tho golden wed?
ding anniversary on Wodnes
day of Mrs. Gtilbertsou's and
Mr. Morton's parent-..
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred I,. Troy
had as their guests Friday, Miss
lira Rush, of Abingdon, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. Edgar Cooko, of
Toin's Greek, who attended the
dance at the Armory Friday
FOR SALE;!? Lot 102 feet
frontage in front of public
school building, Price $400.
See yV. (1. Ootltts.?adv.
Tin' Woman's Home Mission
;iri Society will meet with Mrs
I II. Mntliows Thursday after?
noon at 3 o'clock.
11. I.. Ctiinmings, who has a
position in the sales department
of the Stun eg a Coke and Coal
Company, at this place, has
purchased a twenty acre farm
near Million's store and moved
hin family to it last Saturday.
Mis. Mela Keasor and son,
Nat, who have been spending
sometime with relatives near
Men.lota, returned to tho (lap
last woek where they will make
their home in order that Nat
ill>\y attend school. Nat Mar?
ker, of Qato City, accompanied
his hunt, Mrs. Keasor, to the
(lap and spout a few days.
Miss Dorothy Taekett, of
Pennington (lap, who has been
spending tt few days in tho (Jap
with her sister, Miss Eula
Taekett, left Saturday morning
for New Vork city, where she
will spend some lime visiting
her sister, Miss Flnla Tackelt.
Miss Eula Taekett entertained
a number of friends on Thurs?
day night, at cards, in honor of
! her sister, .Miss Dot Taekett,
[ who was spending a few days
with her, before leaving the fob
lowing Saturday morning for
New Vork city, whore she will
spend sometime with her oldest
Miss Irene Hunt, of Danville,
who has been visiting her sis
tor, Mrs. D. W. Unwell, in the
Uninsboro apartments, ih now
in the Lewis-Gale Hospital for
tin operation.? Uoanoke Times.
Miss Hunt has many friends in
the (lap, who will be sorry to
learn of her illness. She wus
the milliner for a number of
seasons for Fuller Bros, here
ami later at Appalachia.
FOR RENT. ?Eight room
stone residence near L. & N.j
depot. Apply to W. ?. (Jolllts. I
?adv. I
Miss Florence Mc.Cormick,
who has hot o upending several
ila> h in Abingdmi visiting Mrs.
lie; in Thompson Murks, who is
lescliintr I hero, returned to her
home Weil nestln y night tttnl
was 10 tri n il Thuredut inorning
in tho Fpiscopiil church to Mr.
Ray Hall, of Roauoke, who no
compuiiu-d her homo from Ab
Tho Lloyd Guild will moot
with Mrs. 1> B, Snyors Th?rs
day ufloruo-Jii ut -I o'clock.
Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Bniley,
of Norton, have moved to tho
(! Hi and are living in apart
in-ntM over F. F Burgess' gro
cry store for the present. Mr.
Bailey is engaged ia it now mo
tor enmpnuv' in Apptllaehia
called the Blue Ridge Motor
t !oiiipn n \.
FOR SALIv One automatic
Singer .-en ing Uluclline ami one
child's bed. Call 'phono I3-F-2
The ladies of the Southern
Methodist Church will have an
other sale of eatables, including
cakes ami pics, at Dougherty's
grocery store on next Saturday
morning from 10 to 12 o'clock
Von are invited to attend.
Saturday afternoon there was
a meeting of the superinten?
dents of the various collieries
of the Stonegn Coke and Goal
Company at the general ofHci
in the Minor building. The su?
perintendents are 10. A. Comp
ton. of Dttnbnr, U.S. Fstill, of
Rod it. T. R. Green, of (lanka,
C. \V. Rotenber'rv, of Arno.
K. F. T?te, of Stonegn, 11. A.
Alexander, of imboilon, A. F.
Orifllth, of Kx Her, J. A Crock?
er, of ICxeler sawmill, George
R. Mat rs, of htebkeo.
For Sale Cheap.
(Mo- six room dwelling with
two lots, conveniently located
on main pike north side of civ
er. Fasv terms. ? tl.t'. Swnrd
WANTED. ? Salesman for
custom clothes, direct to custo?
mer. Popular priced, i itablish
oil bans -. Reference retpiired.
Has tell Tailoring Company.
Goodall Bldg., Cinciiiuati, ().?
adv.4 6.
Preaching at East Stone Gap
Baptist Church Next
1 will till my regular appoint
incut tit Rust Stone ti.ip next
Sunday afternoon, ut :i o'clock.
Let everybody come
A. L. Sin ma i i:, Pastor.
The bi monthly meeting of
IS very (tirl's Club will bo hold
at tho Mission house Friday
evening, February l Ith at 7:30
o'clock. We want to have a
good lime so please come and
help us.
FiVRiiv Qihi.'h Oi.un.
F. A. Baker Buys Garage.
Frank A. Raker, who is well
known here as a splendid auto
mobile mechanic, being employs
ed for some time in tint best gti
rages in ibis section, made U
deal last week in which lie pur
chased tho garage of E. R Tay?
lor and Company, in the Sum?
mer Held huibluig,taking charge
of the business on Saturday,
February .Mb.
Frank will have personal
charge of the repair department
and is preparing to give his.
customers the very best of ser?
vice. Ho also expects in the
near future to add considerably
to his present lino of accessor?
Birthday Parly.
Little Miss Sue \\ ampler en?
tertained a number of her little
friends at her parents' home,
Mr. autl Mrs. .1. B. Wampler,
Saturday afternoon in honor of
her birthday.
The children assisted by Miss
es Henrietta 8keon ami Frances
Savers played numerous games
delightful to childhood all dur
ing the afternoon. At the close
they were served delicious joe
cream and cake, fruit and can
Those i resent were Mildred
Fox, Surah and Bobby Painter,
Noll Wampler, Jenileo Knight,
Louise Carter, Mildred Witt,
Dorothy (loodloe, Henrietta
Lane, Dorothy Weeni?, Kvelyn
Greevar, Margaret and Mary
Gilnier, Adelaide Shumate, Ho?
mer, Martha and Frances Sav?
ers, each of whom received a
little toy balloon ami whistle as
a fuvoi of tho lovely party.
Mid-Wintcr Dance.
' Another one of the delight
i flli dunces given by the Big
Stone Athletic Club was the I
] Mid-Winter I're-Lenten Dance
given at the armorv last Friday
! night from 9 until 3o'clock
William's musicians of Win.
Iehester, K.y., furnished the ihu
\ sie, being at their best.
: Over seventy coop'es were
jpreseit troiu Ilm towns and
cities of this Section of Virginia,
jail of whom were very highly
pleased with the cordial and
splendid manner in which the
I dance was conducted by the
'committees and ahnporoues.
I The decorations Of the armory
w -re the sane' as those used for
I toe holiday dances which .were
small pine trees, streamers of
I red am! green crepe paper and
softly shaded lights The dress?
es wnru by the ladies were very
bright and pretty which added
to the attractive BUOtlO of the
Delicious refreshments con?
sisting of ham .mil pimento
cheese sand witches were served
with hot coffee all during the!
evening, which had been pre
pared by the refreshment coin,
inittoe who wore Messrs. Troy,
Patrick and Voting.
The chiiperoues wert? Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Savers, Mr. ami Mrs.
(ieo. D. Taylor, Mr. ami Mrs. I..
T. Winston.
Among those from out of
town present were Misses Ade?
laide PCttit, of Beatyvtlle, Ky .
Josephine Anderson, of Marion,
Va., Kli/.abetb MeKlhaiiev, of
Blueflold, W. Va., Ora Hush
ami Preidn Priiner, of A hing
don, Kathleen l.lttoil, of Dot,
llatlie Kwing.of Jackson, Ky>,
Dorothy Cecil, Nancy Pendle
ton, Viyiiih Mallard, of Bristol,
F.thol Cates, Alma Wells and
Messrs. A. II. Ilurd, Clarence
Clulca, of Kookoa, Mr. and Mrs.
Kotiert Welle, of Imbodcm; Mr.
ami Mrs. It F.v.ms, ttf Black
wood, Mr. and Mrs. J. I''.. Cooke,
Messrs. Clark and Thomas, of
I'om's Creek, Batlford, of Dun
bar, Misses Sara and Anna
Keece, Kate and Inez Cherry,
Bulb Dilllliniri, Messrs MeCol
guii, Iteverly, Beeco, Slithers,
Katelill'o, Couek, of Norton,
Dotson, Boberts, Aldursori, of
Wise, Dr. t'sserly, Harris, Burk
heart, of Pdrdoc, Carson, ??I
burtsou iiml Ai ('. Carroll, of
Benimms, Ky., Hurrish, of Bris
tol, Mr. anil Mrs ('has. Voting;
Misses Hess Young and May
Tilluy, Messrs. Gillospio, Bow
yer, Habt), I'eiiuiiigtou, (lor
mau, of Stonega, and others.
Mrs. Williams Dies Suddenly.
The people of Big Stone Gap
were greatly shocked ami griev?
ed to learn of the sudden death
of Mrs. D. 0. Williams which
ocelli red at her home west of
town on last Thursday morn
ing at 11 o'clock following a so
l ions illness of only a fuw hours.
Heart trouble is supposed lo
nave been the direct cause of
her suddeii death J She had been
slightly Indisposed during the
winter, but members of the
family did not consider her ill?
ness of a serious nature.
Funeral services wore con?
ducted from the resilience Fri?
day afternoon by Bev. C W.
Dean ami interim nt was made
ai Uleneoe cemetery.
The deceased' was 7e years of
age and is survived by a hus?
band ami three children: A. J.
and Thomas F. Willi uns and
Mrs. C. L. Hamiden, of Hig
Stone Clap. She is also surviv?
ed by three siBters, Mrs. Joe
Wilson,of Booty v die, Ky., Mrs.
Franklyii Skeon. of Sau Ahlo?
hio, Texas, and Mrs. B. F. Day.
of Mt. Sterling, Ky., tin hitter
arriving in time for the funeral.
Card of Thanks.
To those who have been with
us in our bereavement ami by
kind words ami kindly acts
have tried to lesson our sorrow,
wo extend our sincere thanks.
We also wish lo thank the peo?
ple who tendered us the services
of their cars
D. C Williams and Family.
And still, we might solve our
perplexing immigration prob?
lem by annexing all of Kuropo.
It is doubtful if any of the fel?
lows on the other side would
object?except tho office hold?
ers. '
Henpecked husbands havo a
great habit i f telling other peo?
ple how to control their wives.
i These aro tho days when the
subject of booze is given a lot of
! so bur thought.
? Incorporated
Wholesalers and Jobbers of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions
and Toilet Articles
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Tin & Enamel Ware
Stovn Pipe. Pokers. Fire 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
Wholesale Only, Nothing Sold at Retail
Why Eat Meal I
'a . , iaJ
(gi Because it keeps you strong a:ul healthy and full of isi
vitality and pep. and ?Minhl.es you to keep up the
strenuous red blooded pace at which the world is \S\
Ig! now moving. lj=!
jl Meat of Quality Does it. ?
is) It's the Kind we Sell. (a1
rg) m
|S Phone 129 \%
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Honest Work at Honest Prices
Expert workmanshipand a square deal ? that's what you
get when you let us do your repairing,
Oils and Gasoline
Considering the high quality of our gasoline and oils, our
prices are as low as you "can lind ?nywhers.
J>. A. HxVKEK?
Successor to Ei R. 1 aylor cv Company
Bi?; Stone Gap, Virginia
f all is our guarantee of qualify. jSj
JirIL TVS 1E3 JLj JS I\J JE2 JF??CJ?Si. fi]
Hardware That Stands Hard Wear at Prices |^{
That Stand Comparison.
Quality Hardware i
pi To be able to get what you want when you want it ||1
j^j in hardware is a convenience to you. [gj
Ira Out stock is complete in the hardware line, and tgj
[e>] we olTcr you prompt and courteous service and right ISl
Sj prices on all purchases whether large <>r small.
[en You look at everything before you buy, ami back
Exchange Your' Old Player Rolls
irorthc Latest New Word Rolls
The Very Thing You Always Wished You
Could Do?Exchange Ybiir Old Rolls
Bring these old rolls to us regardless of their 00n R AfJU
make or original price, and we will allow von ?yV ?Vf**v.M
for them in exchange for NEW P?P?LAK L. S. WORD
NO MOKK Til A X ONK ol.H Itol.l. To APPLY oN A NG W KOl.t,
o. o. i iiv^vivicicivisi r11?
I'ianos. Organs, and Talking Machines
?ppalachia, Va.
Reliable Repairing
Kxpurt workman-hip and ft t<|uare deal?tl.at'.i what you n?'t when you
? let ii? il" yobr repairing.
g We know haw to Ret nt alt kind* of motor troubled and we know wli.it to ?'
2 ilo when we liiul them. a
Prices Always Reasonable
A>;.'iit for Chevrolet Motor Can and Columbia lUllorle?.
j J. A. MORRIS, ~ - Big Stone Gap, Va. I
South-West Insurance Agency
Fire, Life, Accident andCasuality In
surance. Fidelity and Other Bonds
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.

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