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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, June 28, 1922, Image 2

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VIRGINIA WHOLESALE COMPANY j
(INCORPORATED) |
AIM'ALACHIA..VIRGINIA |
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WE ARK HEADQUARTERS
I FOR MERCHANDISE IN OUR LINE f
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINK OK 1
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3. GROCERIES
? STAPLE DRY COOL'S
i NOTIONS .. |
I HOSIERY
^ UNDERWEAR
I IRON BEDS AND SPRINGS
t STOVES AND RANGES
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SKND YOUR OROKRS TO US?
! WE WILL SAVK YOU MONKY
1_ I
WHOLES ALF. ONLY
2 We Purchase Every Week Country Produce
I Sooner Or Later |
^ W hi It- a pooi clerk in n Philadelphia b?iik l.iy Gj
c| Cobke got ijis start to! wealth ami lipnor by investing ?3
p hi- own savings sind practicing thrift. Dining the Gi
P Civil war he raised one billion dollars tor the Federal |j
ra eovcrnmuiiti Cooke was a great financier in his S
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a Yon w'ill need ait accumulation ol money sooner
E? or later. Ypti may wait! ... btij .1 linine, .?. make a ^|
? profitable in\< -tim m. ..1 to'.collogc, or save the jjg
ra life of a loved'one stricken w ith discas? ig
^ Stan an account with its with .1 pan of your jjS}
B earning- il.i- week. Add sohielliiug !?? the deposit
ES every week. Know tlit'iCotirage ol prosperity and j
?l the independence ol ready funds
^ Multiply Your Money in Our Care
p We Pay 4 per cent en Saving Accounts |5
I The First National Bank I
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& 01 Hlii STONE GAP, VA. g
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We Have tli0 Largest and Bast. Equipped Dry
Cleaning Plant in Southwest- Virginia
Stidham Dry Cleaning Co.
Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Dyejng, Hat
Blocking, I ilow ('loaning
ALL KIND OF ALTERATION WORK
TAI].OTIS
Rort?ll, Vil. Auto Delivery Phone No. 95
We Pay tteturn Posia?c on All Packages
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i GOOD BUSINESS IS HERE ONCE MORE |
IB
|g During the last two years the people ol the United
i0 States have become accustomed to having the old
g| story of hard times dinned into their ears. There is
use disguising tin- fact that business suffered.
^ Prominent men the country over have commented
f| upon this improvement and there is no shallow of a
3 doubt that better business is already with us.
i
r| Confidence Is Being Rapidly Restored
Business Is Improving Every Day
Tilings Ail Rolling Along Splendidly
You Can Make Them Roll Still Better
If You Buy Your Hardware, Aline, Mill and
Contractor's Supplies From
CENTRAL SUPPLY COMPANY
Incorporated
n
Wholesalers and Jobbers h
ANDOVER, VIRGINIA
COEBURN BANK
DEPOSITS INCREASE
$40,000 IN 30 DAYS
First National Bank, of Coe
burn, Installs Burglar Proof
Vault?Was Strong Bidder
for $220,000 Lipps District
Bond issue
I Coeburn, V?,, June 26.?(Special
to The Post.)? In addition to the
many improvements being made in
i our town In the way of better streets,
1 better sidewalks, better buildings,
sewerage system, water works, the
First National Hank, with resources
of about one million dollars?-j-beihg
ever alert to the interests of its pa
I trons and the citizens of the town,
has recently, for the benefit of its pa?
trons and our citizens, put in a new .
and large burglai proof vault of the
modern type. This vault is built of
concrete, brick and reinforced steel |
and is lined throughout with solid I
steel and equipped with a modern I
burglar proof door that weighs many j
tons. In this vault the money and j
valuable papers of the bank are kept,
ami in addition to the space for the n
use of the hank, a large .-pure has j
been reserved for its patrons and the I
citizens of the town and community I
for the storage of valuables. In ad- I
dition to the splendid equipment j
mentioned the hank has recently Be- j
clued a large supply of the new Pro- i
tcc-U checks, both pocket size and j
desk size, for the use of its patrons. '
These cannot he raised at all and are t
the greatest protection to be had in I
thai line. The bank has also enlarged '
and greatly improved its banking I
.ins The haul, was in such a }
-tioiig financial condition during the j
depression that swept over tile coun- [
try during the past eighteen mouths |
that it was able to make loan- to ?s I
regular patrons when neatly every i
other bank throughout the country
was unable to do so. ItusillCSK i. now j
increasing frotii week to week and j
has shown an increase of from ::iu,. i
mid.no t.. ^411,000.00 during the past |
thirty days. The bank was a very I
strung bidder for the entire issue of I
$220,000,00 Lipp- District bonds re- I
cently sold,?through a technicality '
the bonds wete awarded to a Cincin?
nati bond house, but it i- generally
conceded that on account i.f the
strong bidding .?( the bank ihc district
was enabled t.. secure several thou?
sand dollars mole for the bonds.
DORCHESTER NEWS
Prof, lie,I Ward, who has been
spending a few weeks here since tin
closing of the Dorchester school bf
attending school the past year at Au?
len hot week in his Oakland road
stei i..i hi- home in Galas
Walter Lie-cm inc., who has been
attending school lit epa-l year at Au?
gusta Milliihry Academy ill Kurt De?
fiance, Va.j has returned to Dorches?
ter to spend the summer mouths.
Mis. Evans, of Norton, spent Th?rs-!
day here the gtn-st of Mrs. T. T.
Kee.e.
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Taylor and
brother, Robert Horton, spent a few j
days last week visiting homefolks in
Rye Cove, Scott couiiiy, Va.
Mrs. T. S. I's.-eiy spent Friday at
Josephine with Mrs. Pred Troy.
Gull G'daniac, of llucktiell Univer?
sity, is .spending the summer here vis?
iting his brother, Joe G'daniac,
Miss A ft na Reece, lir. and Mrs. T.
S. Usseryj Messrs, Gilbert Boothe and
Tothmie Keen- attended the dance at
Hotel Norton, Thursday night.
Miss Esther Stewart, of Past Stone
Gap, who taught school the past ses?
sion at Needmore, above Doichestel
and Mr. Charles Liegley, of Suther?
land, were quietly married one day
last week. For the present they arc
stopping with Mr. Begley's parents
at Sutherland.
The base ball team of Lynch, Ky.,
cante over last Wednesday afternoon
and defeated the Dorchester hoys in
a close game played at Norton, The
score was .'i and 2 in favor of Lynch.
Leonard Salyers, a well known mer?
chant and old resident of Dorchester,
died suddenly at his home here Wed?
nesday night. He was 50 years old
and had been married four times.
Puneral services were held Friday
afternoon after which burial took
place in the Norton cemetery:
"Terrible rough," said the stranger
on board the ocean liner.
"Well," said the fanner, "it would
not be near so rough if the captain
would only keep in the furrows."
Atlanta Georgian.
Employer: "Yes, I advertised
for a good strong boy. Think you
can till the bill?"
Applicant: "Well 1 just finished
I licking nineteen other applicants out?
side the door."?Sample Case.
June. July ami August?the hot mouths--- call for
H clothing that keeps you cool. 1
ill* 1
Genuine "Palm Beach" Suits !
Bp are preferred by good dressers everywhere lor summer |
wear. Stylish in every line, wonderfully tailored, made ?
Ha to yjive lony; service: these suits are extremely moderate 1
jag . ? . & y ?!
sp m price. I
I $10.00 to $22.50 1
The Newest Spring Straws
Sailors?Panamas?Ban koks
$2.00 to $12.00
Knit Ties
50c to $2.00
Soft Collars
25c
Athletic Underwear
$1.50 to 5.00
Make your selections now. while our stocks
are complete.
I Cohen's Department Store j
ijg "Tj/ic Store of Quality"
H Norton, - Virginia
How did your neig
last bargain tire turn out
?WjlROB ABLY y ou know
who is always on
the look-out tor the
cheapest tircls he can
fiml. 1 lc likes io get them by mail
or at a sale or at gome place
where they have big red bargain
?ie,ns over the door.
It would be tine it be could
get "the ede,e" in every tire
trade.
Hut the dealer can't atford to
let him have it.
Even if a man law any slight
percentage in tire shopping at
all it disappeared when the
"Useo" brought the price
down.
An nut-ln*the*open tire. Tl
ill. you confidence, not pr
vantiyou latlslied with pert..
?nJ value. The only way lie k
o ye! your biulheu I? to
erve it.
Compared with tl
ten- minute thrill ol
the bargain appeal;
the "Uwo" i. juit
plain common,
(ante.
tax
charged
on this
A ?ta.nl.
dcalci >rlh
I product?and the
t ? ith pride.
A x'tto J lire. The dealer ltd!
no dc.itc lo trade yoti into
u larger proliltor lunm-lf.
Where Yon
Cun Buy
U. S. Tires
J. A. MORRIS
BIG STONE GAP. VIRGINIA'

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