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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, January 18, 1922, Image 3

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It Can *t Leak,
Because It's Made
in One Piece
AKANTLEEK Is built like ?
bottle ?oil in one piece.
Mo^t hot-water bottles are
runde in sections, then cemented
toRcthcr. When cement dries
and cracks, the bottle teaks.
Every Knntleek Hot-Wcter
B.-ir in moulded of pure soft
rubber?one continuous piece.
No parts, patches, cement. Even
stopper socket is moulded in.
And Runronteed for a full two
veers' service?or o new Koiil
leck free.
Don't wnit until your old bap;
leuks. Get a Kantleek. Your old
one nioy break open tonight.
Kelly
Drug Company
Zj/io SPojca// Store
LOCAL ITEMS.
Qordon Young, i<f Slooega,
spent Beveral days in the (Jup
lust week.
Rev. \V. C. Greger, of An
dover, spent Thursday m tho
Uap.
Lester K. .lessee, who hits
been employed with the Stonega
(Joke. & Coal Oompuny for some
Ihne, bus resigned his position
und accepted one with Attorney
lt. T. Irvine.
Miss Poarl Miller spent the
week-end with her mother in
Barbersville.
FOR SALIC ?Fresh milk und
butter. Cull 'phone No. 1-130.?
adv.
Mrs. J. K. .lessen spent sev?
eral days lust week in Appalu
cbia with her sister, Mrs. Ike
Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Young, of
Stonega, are happy over the ar?
rival of a ten pound BOII lit the
home of Mrs. Young's parents
in Mississippi. The little fellow
has been named ("has. Young,
Jr.
WANTED.? Table boarders.
Phone '20.?ndv.:i-l.
Bruuard Masters returned l ist
week from Kiugsport, where In
spent several days visiting his
uncle, 11. ('. Giles.
.1. V. KUiott has moved bis
family from Stonega into his
new home near Blue Spring, in
the valley above town.
Mr. ami Mrs. K. C. Willis an?
nounce tin' hirtli i>f u Bon at
their home in the Oap, Jan. 14;
Attorney U. T. Irvine return?
ed lust week from a business
trip Ii? New York und other
eastern cities,
J. K. Oilly has bought the
Big Stone (.lap Mottling Works
ni this place and will continue
to operate it at the present lo?
cation near the blast Fifth
street bridge.
Attorney John W. Ohalkley
is spending a few days in Kich
moud on biiHiness.
Hi \V. 'rurner, of Norton,
spent Saturday and Sunday in
town visiting Iiis brother, I). 7.
Turner.
Mrs. S. 11. (Joodwin and lit?
tle daughter, Marion, returned
last weok from a few weeks
visit to relatives in Washing?
ton, I). C.
Supt. and Mrs. U.S. Bstill, of
Roda, Supt. anil Mrs. O. B.
Kogels, of Kenkee, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Hogers iu the Gap Sunday.
Miss Bess Voung of Stonego,
was in the Clop a few hours
Friday.
Miss Martin, of Baltimore, is
the attractive guest of Mrs.
K B Tirtsley at her home in
the (lap this week.
Mr. und Mrs. J. 11. DaviH, Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Turner, Miss
Cecil and Bov. (>. A. Smith, of
Norton, attended the lecture at
the Christian church Sunday
afternoon.
Who Is The Wisest Farmer
In This Community?
His wisdom must lie judged by his success in life. Take
a trip over to his faun, look it over, and the chances are a
hundred to one you will find him using the very latest im?
provements in farming machinery and implements. That is
the reason why he is uniformly successful where many other
farmers are only moderately so.
If your are In need of good Farming Implements
it will pay you to come to our store. We will take
pleasure in showingyou our line.
Hamblen Brothers
The Lloyd Guild will meet
with Mrs. j L. McCormick on
Thursday afternoon at 3:30.
FOR RENT.?One business
bouse ou East Fifth street. See
H. O. Giles, near Southern de?
pot.?adv.
Miss Myrtle Clouse and broth?
er, King Clouee, of Coeburn,
are (he guest of their cousin.
Mrs Sam Rush, in the Gap this
week.
LOST. ? Between Ooodloe's
store and the postolHce, a bunch
of keys, finder please return to
Mrs. R. B. Tinsley.?udv.
Mibs Maude Porkins wbi
shopping in Appalaehia Friday.
Mrs. Robert Markle spent n
few days ut A|ipaluchin Insi
week with her sister, .Mrs. J 0.
Gibson. Mrc. Markle was for?
merly Miss Kittie Kolloinuu.
j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowry,
of Johnson City, spent u few
days in the Gap, last week the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Wren
Mrs. Mack Collier spent a few
days in Roda last week visiting
Miss Klizab'-th Oollios Mrs.
Collier was formerly Miss Helen
Cox Collins und recently moved
to the (lap from Roda.
The "Big Stone (lap Music
Club will meet with Mrs. W T.
Quodlou on Wednesday after?
noon at :t o'clock. The aubjoct
for the ufternoon will boCarttso.
Circle No. 2 of the Womun's
Auxiliary of the Presbyterian
church will meet with Mrs.
W. A. Head ut three o'clock
Thursday afternoon.
FOR SALE?Nice now four
room suburban home with two
lots on easy terms at a bargain.
Apply to J. S. Beamau, Big
Stone Gap, Va ?udv.
Mrs. Elbert King ami little
daughter returned Monday from
u visit to relatives in Penning
ton Gap.
Mrs. A. ?. I'instead and little
daughter.who have been spend
ing some time visiting relatives
in Lexington, Ky., are expect,
ed to return to their home this
week.
Mr. und Mrs. Hurry Meadows
moved last week into the apart?
ment in the TouruillO Hats re?
cently vacated by Mrs Patrick,
who moved to Roda, where she
took charge of the Roda Hotel.
Mrs. J. M. Baker and little
daughter, (Catherine, returned
to tlieir home in the (lap last,
week from u few weeks visit to
relatives in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. J. W. Kelly spent a few
days at Wise last week visiting
her mother, Mrs. Creed Flan
dry. Mrs. Flanary and daugh?
ters, Miss Emma Flanary and
Mrs. Sum Graham, expect to
leave in a few days for Florida
where they will spend tbo win
tor.
LOST ?On road between Mrs.
F. C. Yeary und Hugh Schil?
ler's home in Turkey Covo, a
black sweater. Finder please
notify Mrs. Bradley Veary.Duf
tield, Va., R. F. D?adv.
Virgil Minton returned to his
home lust Friday after spend?
ing several days in Abiugdon
with his brother, Clarence, who
had u very serious operation at
the George Ben Johnston Me?
morial Hospital.
R. E. Comerford, who bus
been with the Mineral Motor
Company ut Ooeburu for some
time, bus been transferred to
the sume company hero.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Wheeler
have moved into their now
bungalow on Wood avenue.
R. R. Williams attended the
Kiwanis meeting at Norton
Tuesday aud n good crowd wus
present. A good many of them
wont to Wise in automobiles to
meet the board of supervisors
aud to boost the Lonesome Pine
Trail. Mr. Williams is very en?
thusiastic about this organiza?
tion.?Independent.
Attorney George L. Taylor
spent several duyB last week in
Richmond attending u meeting
of the Virginia normal school
board, of which ho is u member.
Mr. Taylor is also a member of
the executive committee of the
board.
John A. Hawthore, of Cbil
howie, has accepted a position
with the Mineral Motor Com?
pany at this place.
A six-piece orchestra furnish?
ed excellent music for tlie Sun
day school at the Methodist
church Sunday morning and it
is hoped they will continue this
feature. The musicians were
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Taylor, P.C.
Robbins, Uale Barroo.Gyp Kit-'
bourne and Miss Beth Shugart.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
ANOTHER REDUCTION
FORD CARS
The Following Prices, F. O. B.
Detroit, Became Effective Jan?
uary 16th, 1922:
Touring Car . . . $348,00
Runabout .... 319.00
Chassis. 285.00
Coupe . 580.00
Sedan . 645.00
Truck Chassis . . 430.00
Tractor. 625.00
INCORPORATED
BIG STONE GAP PENNINGTON GAP
Circle N'o. 1 of; the Woman's
Auxiliary of the I'resby terinn
church will meet at tin- home
of Mrs. II. W. Hudson at :i
o'clock Thursday ufternoon.
The ladies <>f the Woman's
Missionary Society of the South-!
am Methodist church will meet
at tin; home of Mrs. Reynolds
Thursday at 3 p. mi
The ludies of the Woman's
M issionary Society of the South
era Methodist church will have
a Halo of calces, pies and candy
on next Saturday morning from
Hi to 12 o'clock at the Monte
YiHlu Hotel. These sales will
he held every Saturday,
A. .Mayer, president of the
Berks Construction Company,
returned to the (lap last Friday ;
from a business trip to Tennes?
see where he is contemplating:
? be erection of some business
houses.
K.. 1). Leslie, of Big Stone
Gap, representing the Cetitral
Supply Company, was enroute
to Dorchester from Norton ono
day this week, accompanied by
Mrs. Leslie, when their Ford
coupe became unmanageable
on account of a broken part,
run up the side of an embank?
ment, and was overturned.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie were re?
leased with difficulty from the
machine, but neither wi re in?
jured ?Coalfield Progress.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Burch
field entertained at a dinner
party Sunday Mr. mid Mrs.
Carrier and Billy Carrier, of
Big Stone Gup, and Judge and
Mm. Parker und daughter, Em?
ily.? Cumberland Progressive.
Gone to Sunny Tennessee.
Mayor W. J. Horsley left last
night for Columbia, Teno.,
whore he will spend u couple of
weeks visiting ''old friends."
He will return to the Gup about
the first of February and unless
all signs fuil ho will nor, return
alone. In fact, we believe the
mayor knows what be is doing
and that he already bus "things
tired" so he won't have to come
back by himself.
Before leaving last night his
friends wore busy wishing him
a safe trip anil joyous return
home.
TO-NIGHT!
AND EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK!
-= AT THE -=
AMUZU TH32ATHJE
"Harry Shannon's
Famous Players"
-OPENING PLAY- -
"Cappy Ricks"
The liest Play Shannon's Ever Played in
Big Stone Gap?Great Coined}'.
New Vaudeville-Own Orchestra
PRICES ?50c, 75c and $1.00 plus tax.
Children 35c. Seats now at Kelly Drug Store.
: Change of Program Nightly :
January Dance.
The Kig Stout; Athletic Club
will give their regular monthly
(lance r.t the Armory Kritlay
evening, January 2(1.
Invitations have been issued
ami a large attendance is ex?
pected,
The music for the occasion
will bo furnished by Shannon's
all star society six which is ono
of the best danci) orchestras
that cun bo had.
Meeting Continues.
The meeting at the Christian
church will continue through
this week. Preaching each if
ternoon ut 2;30 mid at 7:30 in
the evening. Good audiences
have been in uttendauce at all
the services. AU Christina poo
. pin uro invited to lieip in this
I great effort for righteousness.
Many a man owes his popu?
larity to Iiis ability to hold his
I tongue.

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