10 o'clock a. m.--Be On Time?10 o'clock?Rain or Shine
100 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS!
located on the Pike Road between Big Stone Gap and Appalachia, Virginia, part of the old
GOLF COURSE, owned by the NORTH-SIDE LAND COMPANY, also known as the C. F.
BLANTON PROPERTY, will POSITIVELY be SOLD on the above date for the HIGH
VERY EASY TER
CASH PRIZES-BRASS BAND
RAI I nON A^PPNIQIOM by m,ss stella jaeger, the woricrs
UMLL' ^ ^ 1 1 MOV/L,I^ OkV71^3 Most Famous Lady Bal loonist, who drops
from a heighl pi 3?OO feet in the sky info throe different parachutes before reaching the
ground. Co mo out and be our guest
First National Land
PENNINGTON GAP. VIRGINIA.
Extra Bnsc Hitting by Vic?
tors a Feature.Yoticll
Hits Two Home Rons in
tin Iii? part of thu Motlin.il I I In
Ruptists UKi'il four pitcher* hi m
effort to stop tin- sluirejrip. of ih-i
upp..lu-lils which Wils in evidence
almost nil Ihn Kann . tSilly the In
pitcher, succeeded in Mt ik lie out si .
tied scoi itu;.
In the tlfth inniiic tin- Mcthoillid
miidil cicht si.'H-s whcii they hi
two home runs, two three luurjji-i'
mill two singles. Yollidl whl nl Ih
lint twice in this inning ami lured oli
two home rum. Jnrvis pitched
sternly i;ithii< for the Methodists nni
did not show any .mjmi- oi iteiii.
until the eighth' and ninth iiihim: i,
(loud lue, p
Hanks, p ,v
a n it
l.oiiK. If .
Si I one, rf
PR ESBY1 ERI ANS
The I'r.sbyteriaus defeated the
I'ttptint i.i i Wednesday aftmno.ui
theii itisl vT-i?>'?? of the Sunday
.'?..'ln.nl I., ii'ia l.y a nur.- of 111 tn fi
hit . In.inr run in the fourth
. Hi it man mi huso f..r the
!'. ? -Li i. i i.ii. . II.' was at the lint live
times; wa i.-.i iin.nil K..t four hits.
Inriii-.:: 1 .'.'< Iii? Vs.) ft II K
pi. ??i.yivi. loti iiiix in 11 ii
llajiiisi . . IHIil I III O00 I 7
liati i ? I.ini.ll ami Vouch;
Standing til Sunday School
\v L lvt.
(?hrisliat)! . 1 o 1000
Tl.- liyU-riail . 1 o 1000
Methodist . 1 1 500
Hll|llisl . II o ,??)
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- WILLIAM rS MARY [
THE SUTK COLLEGE I
FOB HEN AND WOMEN
5} 1'i'Kiilar ai'.v.l. inii* i'i.iirsiiv. load
}( nig lo llncheloi an.I Master de 0
c HI'KClAl.l OUHSK9:?Twoand O
g Three Veto IVo-ModioAl; Teacher g
n Training Homo IVouoinics.l're.. ft
C Engineering; 1'iv Legal: BttAinesi 5
)< Administration Finance, olo 8
8 Statu Scholarship* for Student? g
5 preparing to tie teacher*.
8 l<oivh fund f.? worthy students g
? r*oi particular* address: ?
* The Collar id William A Msry. g
? II I. ttrldgi - ttlllltniBkiirr.. Vs. 8
jj U.-gistrur. .1 A Chandler, 8
lynch, k.y., team
Tin- Lynch, Ky\, Im so hall teaiii.who!
hiive: heeti playing social iliil'cnni
tennis in Southwc.t Virginia fur the
past few ilnys, visited Hip; Stbli? flap
Thursday und easily defeated n tea'rii
jiicki'd from (his place, Appiiluchiii
.iii.I I'cniiington (lap hy a score of 12
I.. :;. Heavy hitting hy ihe visitors!
Here (he main features, StlhTerlllO,
Kirkputrick and, K?ster get-,
till); home runs. Lit tit II, local school
pitcher, was on the mound for the
home team, and did < rcditttblc \viirk
for ii youngster. He Was given poor
support in the Held.
Innings 12:1 450 78? It II K
Lynch. I til) 1 12 100 12 II
H. S. f,.no I no I inio 2 II
Hatteiies Humiliate ami Rngle
I. . it, Littreil and Pierson.
The following names were .unit.id
from the list of the tnciiihci's of tlie
Community Leaeue which were pub
lished several Weeks llg?t
II. It, I'helps
N. 1?. Presley
Mrs. W. L. Jones
Mrs. S. It. Hush
' Mrs. 0, \V. Scott
Mrs. It. It. Tinsley
Mrs. K. II. Nickels
Mrs. .1. I'. Wolfe
Mrs. U. fi. Reynolds
Itev. K. A. Shtignft
Uev. and Mrs. Wolfe
U. \. and Mrs. Beverly
Itev. and Mrs. I'adgot
A good music business in a live
town, liood location. Will sell slock
al cost, also accounts at discount. If
interested, see us at once. Heasotis
for selling. "Health". Can give good
C. i\ IILANKKN.SHIP,
20-27 Appnlachia, Va.
Buttermilk will cure freckles.
Catch the freckles just before going
to bed and wrap buttermilk around
1 "In a battle of tongues any WohtMl
( can hold her own."
I "Hut she never ih.es." Washing?
lic I- H...
Sar.MiK-lx i.l tlx
? alua .4 an> arcl
cUi. Tbili ?o
txixul ??< OldBaM
talue haw )---i.
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Help Ifou Choose Tires'
5U0 tit lies at 94.48 miles an hour a relentless grind
nver a rough-finished, stut-bnkcd concrete and brick
pavement at record-breaking speed that is the gruelling
test Old.flcld Cord Tires underwent sin cessfully at Indian?
apolis Speedway May .stub. They were on the winner'*
car fur the third successive year and on eight of the ten
finishing In the money, upholding the continence success?
ful race drivers have In the trustworthiness and ability ol
these tires to meet the greatest demands of speed, endur?
ance und safoty. Their records in every other Important
race have been equally as good.
Consider this achievement alone, with another test of OldtulJ
quality made at Wichita, Kansas, this past winter anil eailv
.i4,.S25 miles on rutted, icy Kansas roads, i tinning dll)
and night on a Stiulcbakcr stock car without a single tire
change. This test was made by a group of W ichita auto?
motive dealers in a tire, oil and gasoline economy run.
Mayor Kemp of Wichita was official observer and made
affidavit to the mileage and service given by Oklfleld tires.
l on may never subject your tires to the giuclling experience
of Indianapolis nor the steady grind of had wintei roads, but it
Is good to Know you can get siirh safety and mileage economy
by buying Oldfield tires. Ask your nearest dealet.
"The Matt Truttworthy Tires Built
The OidfSeSd Tire Company, Akron, Ohio
Advertisments in the Post bring results. ?
Let the public know what you have to sell
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