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The Big Stone Gap Post
Wednesday, June 28, 1922
l*ublt*hfcd Every Wednesday by the
GILBERT N. KNT(fiIT.. . . : .Editor,
hlNDSBY .1 HORTON \ 't Editoj
Onr Year.$1.60
Si? Months. 75
. Three Month* .40
Entered according t.> postal iegii.
Intion nt the ppst-ollice ni Hit! Stone
Gap its second-claw uliittei
Enjoyable Masonic Gathering
At n called communication of the
Big Stone Cap Loder No. U'OS la id at
the Mnsonic Hall Saturday night,
There were present:
John Ray, W. M.
.1. E. Hotly, S. W.
I*. C. Itohhins. .1. W.
.1. II. Math. ?.. Secretnr)
T. It. Cuchriiu, s. I>.
II. L. Sulfrldgr, .1. I'.
\V. II. Kllhonrnc, Tiler,
Brothers. Ilnrrj Meadtir, Kj It
Laey, L. II. Walle, II. I Wi. \. . I
Unistcnd, W. S. Coltiiioi . < . T. Oren- 1
dre, II. It. Kelly, W. \\. Nickels. Jr.,:
C. I'. Kelly, V. I., tr.iy, W. .t llb| le; .
II. E. Holly. T. I. Ciiiitr. ll, .1 K. .1 .... -.
IL 11. Sfemp, o. ! . kilhu .mi, itj C. ;
Mnsters, V. II. IhmiliDr'i II. L. Sil mp, :
V. Wells, C. L. PerryJ C. W lleithcit;
W. L. Jones, C. l\ J. i.-s C. I
ycr, W. 11. Wren, t;. L, Taylor. <; n
Knight, W. S. Beverly, < . L. Kelly. '
J. A. Gil im r.
Visitinc brotln i w< n l: iiht W 01
Khipful 0. C MeCaii, I'. I>.
Grand Master of Distri t So. > of j
Stinthers t!S!?, NoVtiih; lilght Wor-j
idiipiul J. A. Shumebarg. :. I). II.
Griiiitl Master ..I l'i (I ? I n|o
f.o, of Mile- Lodge No. Ml ., Pc.nitiii'ii
ton Cap: A. It Cordon* Vnri Li-iir, '
Ky., L. H. Wileox. Italiti.nl, Ii'.. c K I
Giles, Bhickwntefj Va . w II ... ,
Benimm. Va..; J. I\ Sleinp. lllult illy, j
Teiin.i It. II. Grc.iver, (Tiiihnv... . \ a : |
II. E. Spivey, Clin. bp..it. VH'ij I (}.;
Bennett, Cliilllbwh', Vit ; C| I'. I an '
kersley, Hcmiiiigton Giip', \.i ; >? 1
Scarborough, Norton, Va.;'.l \
ton, Sevierville, Ky.;C. S. jiiiitey, S .1
yersvllle, Ky.; W. A, 11 . '
villi-, Va.; C. f. linn. an. Joii|
Va.i G. K. Patrick, li.i I in :
J. K. Stout, Kruin, Ten It : Coil !? |
Slitiler, Peliuingtoli Gop, \ : V, . .
Legg, Stewart Mile:. < 1 . i ? ?.
uiiigtou Cap, Va.; I. ll. I..
KvaHs, Ky., W. lt. Harham, S.jusun?,
Va.; K. P. Stewart, IL L. W.1. S. It.
?lolly. Peliningtiiti Cap, Va.; I'.. I .
Castle, Corbin, Ky.j A. I'. Iliimbiyti,
Drydeh, V:l.; (;. W. Ruse, R. B. Al
-ovcr, Norton, Va.j \V. M. Whltmore,
Chattanooga, Trim.; C. ('. Clement,
Kittnwn, Ky.; S. K. Hughes, II. Hone,
II. I.. Ollly, S. 0. Ilnmllton, K. A.
Quiiilcy, W. T. Hull. W. K. Zion.C.W.
King, Pcnningion Gnp, V?.| J. H.
Rcusor, Adron Kelly, I'. J. Reanor,
Dryden, Vit.; <>. .1. Kaylor, O. S. Al?
ii n, T. C. Hurley, W. H. Chapman,
\V. II. l ate, .las. McArthur, K. I.. Mc
Conhell, Krank Brooks, E. I'. King,
IV. K. Sheihlih, I?. S. Reosor, E. II.
Wampler, S. S. Brooks, A. It. Sexton,
f. E. I'roskvlU, t). I.. Maddux, A. V.l
Itttlclifi, J. I.. Str.nlley.il A. I'rlchett,j
(I. .1. mile. .1. I?. Williams, T. I. Ail- '
.mis. T. C. Kiddle. I.. I). Miser. I
. A. I., liea or, E. II. chapman, C. E.
I Haie, Ii. E, I'eake. George Jenkins,
J; VV. Tnylor, I!. K. Jett. Mr. Hutch
el.n, Ajlpahtchiti, V.l.; N. it, Seals,
Rose'Hill, Vii. ?
l Hubert Sjiohn ami H. A. Ram
I se> received their Master's Degree
nflt'i which a delightful banquet was
: i erved to those present.
There wen- several brothers pres?
ent who stand very high in Masonic
j eil. los and it is regretted that there
was not unite time to devote to the
speaking pi..grain. This was one of
tin In inst Ma-onie gatherings ever
I. Id lit Big Stoni Gap, and every one
re poi It'll a mi ist eti.tny aide evening.
I ("lira Griffin ami Ihni- War
ii. i enti ilained delightfully or last
Sal in day evening with four tables of
I lent b i oinplinieitiary to Miss tiiif
lit. Mis i Juliette Grittln, of
Mt. Vetntinj Ky. The quaint little
cottage was tastefully decorated in
rluulilderidrori, ferns ami cut Howers
an.I numerous jack o'liinteriis hung
? ? on the large lawn.
Mi Ru'th Smith won the girl's
pii. " and Toiil Gnho?ry won the boy's
:?> ? foi but ilig the least number of
liyiirl Nitii fioodloe and Clifford
Siiiilh won tin- 1.by prizes, and Ev
elyit AlsoVci' and Arthur K?ster won
tin consolation pri.es. Ala late hour
a di'liclotis course consisting of fried
i liii-keil, potato . lap -, beaten his
? llil . jiiltkles, oliv. -, tomato salad,
. ?? eteam and l ake, was served to
? i, . i .? -1 lit. The imited guests
tit II.a i..it wete: Mis-es Ruth
Smith, Maine Scott, of Kuoxville;
'.i a (loodloe, Evelyn Alsover, Ka'h
i Morgan, IVarl Miller, Henrietta
SkitMII, and Juliet Knight. Mrf-r..
Edward litindloe.WiHiam Beverly a id
? Pom (inboury, of Jacksonville,
Alii.; Arthur K?ster- Harry Mitchell;
I'.i I'icraoit, Clifford Smith and Kit
ftis I'ettiti
r'or years the need of a permanent
plnce of snle for the many beautiful
and useful articles of needle work nml
fancy cookery made by the ladies of
the Gap and the surrounding country
have been keenly fell by our women;
and so the ladies of the Baptist Aid
Society will conduct such an enter?
prise. Members solicited; Dues one
dollar per year, for which one has the
privilege of placing on sale any num?
ber of articles during the year. Mrs.
It. I.. Hilton, chairman of the mem?
bership commltee, will explain all de?
tails and receive duos of any time.
The exchange will be operated in a
building opposite the post office, open
from '.i a. in. to C p. lit. each day
and in connection with a tea room,
known as "Ye Sign of the Blue Tea
I'ot." A gracious hostess will have
charge of both of these enterprises
each day. Saturday. .Inly 1st, will
he the opening day and the following
menu will be served:
Salads Meat
Chicken Potato Sliced Hum
Sandwiches Sweets
I'lub, Ham, Chicken Ire Cream
Beverages Cake
Corte?.Iced Tea
On last Saturday afternoon Mrs.
.1. .1. Kelly, Jf,, entertained with a
delightful heart party complimentary
to her house guest, Mrs. Dandridge
Murrell, of Lynchburg. The house
\v?S decorated attractively in old
fashion garden Itowers and nastur?
A delirious salad course, ice tea.
mints, almonds in individual caskets,
orange ice with whipped cream whs
sei ved to the following guests: Mrs
dames, .lohn W. Chalkley, Kalph Tag
gurt, It. T. Irvine, W. A. Stuart, .1. T.
Smith, .lohn Goodloe, K. E. G.Hoe,
Otis Mouser, Willurd Milier, \S. c.
Shtiiik, .1. \V. Kelly, Creed Kelly,
Turner I. Wampler.W. ll.Wrcn, A. I>.
Dwens, It. Ii. Alsover. .1. t). Smith,
Garrett Scott, Tom Cochrun.Sam Mc
Cluen, of Norton, Dnntild PrOscott,
of Pcnhington Cap, Boss McCorkle,
of Wise, and Misses Nita Gooilloe,
Christine Miller, Elisabeth Low, Lucy
Miner, Ann and Lucy Mauiy. Mrs.
J. W. Chalkley won prize for having
least hearts. Mis - Nita G?odloc won
bobby prize. Mrs. Wampler, con?
solation prise ami Mrs. Murrell glittst
Those soundly serv ice- sales. The figures for the
able qualities for w hich first five months of 1922
the Nash is known every- register a gain over and
where are exercising an above the first six months
energetic edeel upon our ol 1921 amounting to 57%.
I'l it tt t.W'U- tram ySyPfi to St^jod, f, v. h. factory
Greatest Stores of Quality
Appalachia, Virginia
Special Suit Sale. Beginning Friday, June
30th, ending- July 3rd, we are making a Spe?
cial Price on One Thousand Mean's Suits, con?
sisting of Blue Serge, Tweeds and all Wool
As we are going- to take Inventory on July
5th, we have reduced these Suits and assure
you a Wonderful Bargain.
Bring this ad with you, as it will mean $5
on any Suit you buy during this Sale.
289 Suits.$11.7:) to $14.75
321 Suits.$16.75 to $19.85
265 Suits.$22.95 to $29.75
125 Suits.$29.75 to $44.75
Yours truly,
\ S. Come to Appalachia for the Glorious 4th
J. K; Duff, belter known in this sec
ion us "Hud" Hud', foreman oh the
<cbrn'ska Slate Journal, one of the
eliding daily papers of Lincoln, Neb.,
las been spending several days at
Vppiilnchla visiting his sister, Mrs.
Mice Sullivan. He also came down
everal times to meet up again with
iis many friends in the (Jap who
incw hint well back in the early nine- i
ies when his mother operated one of
he first hotels ill Big Stone Gup, !
mown as the Duff House and now '
iwned by Krank Sturgill. Bad 1ms J
lern absent from this section for '
ightoen years and he was overjoyed
o Im- back again on the old "stamping
[round." He went into the newspo- j
tor business directly ufter leaving
lere ami has qualified himself in this
irofession to a high standard. He!
a me through from Lincoln nccompn
jied by Mrs. Du If by overland to Mt. I
Sterling, Ky., and upon being inform- |
d that the roads were rough in some j
arts this side of Mt. Sterling he de- '
ided to come by rail the rest of the I
Misses Nita Goodloe, Lucy and Ann '
daury, Julia Dtckenson, of Castle
yood, Messrs. Gordon and John Allen
ioodloe, Dan Pierson, Tom Goodloe,
'haperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J, T.
iniith are camping near Dryden.
Ihm. hosier: "Gosh, my love has
eft town for a month. How coil I
nuke the time pass quickly?"
Marley: "Buy something on the
nstnllnient plan." -The Texas Seal
Life will never be comfortable
for the pedestrian until he invents
SOItie kind of disguise that will make
him resemble n tuck.?St. Joseph
News Press.
Remember how some of our ship
mutes when going to the theatre used
to rush Out between the acts "for a
breath of fresh air"? The fresh uir
is still there, ain't it? They don't
rush out any more, do they? S'funny!
- -Our Navy.
Stranger: "Can you direct ne to
the best hotel in town?"
Native: "There ain't but one hotel
in this town ,mister, and that's the
worst one."?American Legion Week?
iJiij[dJW][t'jiypji!>i[.'Jls][i'ns-][.']ls][?) :i'j]i^l'.i|,0[',:i|il]L',)[rJl>i)!l'H',!!l' --\
|j Were made and delivered from
i our Appalachia Plant last week!
I A bottle for almost every man, ]
I woman and child in Wise County! j
jPeople are demanding!
p OheroHJola :
I Wise merchants are |
I supplying their demands |
I Prepare for the Fourth of July j
fj rush. Send your order now. We
j| will handle it promptly,
il Chero-Cola has an individual ap?
peal that leaves a snappy, zestful
I taste, which has caused millions
I to proclaim
I 'There's None So GoodT^
Glra-Gola Bottling Company
i Appalacliia, ? - - l/irgiata
One swallow doesn't make a sum-1
mrr any more than it used to, but
some of the stuff nowadays is uncom?
monly hot.?Columbia Record.
Humorist: "Have you evet
tlmt joke before?''
Editor: "Neither before norj*'
?Waterbury Hepuhlicau.

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