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I Effective July 15th 1
(?j our entire business will be conduct jd IS] I strictly on a ?j i CASH BASIS ? 1 lei raJ mj and in doiiiK so our customers will be bene- IGj] H] fitted Rreatly by a sweeping reduction in (j=j prices on botii Fresh Meats and Groceries. r^J |NJ 11 is earnestly requested that all parties iSl jSJ owing us will please make settlement now. Hisel's Meat Market Standing of Sunday School League W I. ivt. Christians . :i <> Hum Presbyterians ;. I J G Methodist . 1 I 500 Baptists . 0 :t bob WISE COUNTY EPWORTTI LEAGUE MEETING At Norton, Va.. Friday. July 14th. at 5 P. M. at the Community Center Tabernacle PltOCUAM Department No. t. Discussed b) i. speaker each from Appnlncliiu mid Anilover. Song by the Kddn l.cnguo. Department No. a. Discussed by a speaker from each. Hie; Stolie Gap and Cadet. Sem; by the Appalachtii League. Department No. d. Discussed b> one speaker each, Coehurh Station D. part'tnent No, l Discussed liy tine speaker eaeh. Wise Station and Norton Leagues. Sung by the llig Sinne Cap League Membership Extension ami Meth? ods by the Leagues at Stmiegu and League Music, by Crane; Nest anil t'oehiini Circuit Leagues. Itecitntion by a inetutier of Norton mal Glamorgan. Iltiitiness of the Union. . A bannet will he given to the League having the largest number present, except Norton, and when it has been secured six times hy any one League it becomes th. ir personnl property. He at the I '.immunity t'enter Tab ernacle- at f> o'clock p. lit. Illing n lunch. Let the memheis of . ... h League sit in a body. The l.otd expect* you id help your, self in this world, hut hot to other people's possessions. CORNER STONE MEMORIAL FUND It is not given to tiny great mini-1 her of |ieo|tle in any one cothmuni- ' ly to win fame either by ileeils of ? alnr or the achievement of some . notable success in the various walks of life, ami thus Stamp their name I upon the minds of the present gen? eration tit indelibly thnt memorials I ami monuments will he erected to | their memory or their names in Seribed on tin- pages of history, to be rend hy posterity. In order that more family names may he handed down to posterity in tin- community, a unique and novel scheme has been evolved by the la? dles of Circle fi of the Methodist ! Church, Of Norton. This plan where by future generations will trace their family tiers with pride and speak your name with reverence and respect does no! .all for rish upon the field of valor or the sealing of any ditzy heirht- in your efforts to reach fame, and it will accomplish the same re? sults in this wise: A "Coiner Stone Memorial Fund" bus been started and the names of the contributors to his fund will be carefully prepared and printed in ap pi opt uite form and placed in the Cor nor Stone of the New Methodist Church; soon to be erected in Norton. A contribution of one dollar to this fund will place the contributor's nil me mi this list. If you desire to aid in the building of this church and establish this me? morial for yourself and name, give .-r s.nd your contribution to either ?f the f..lh.w iug h?li.-, Mrs. II. G. Gilmerj Mrs. T. M. Cherry, 01 Mrs. 1'. W. Seid.-I who are the members of the committee having this fund in ihaige. A list of the contributions to this fund will he published in a local i.i ? papi rs, each .nib until the lay llig of Ihe i oilier Stone. [DEATH OF MRS. W. C. TAYLOR; .Mrs. W. C. Toylor died at her home here Sunday morning nl 4:30 o'clock, nfter heilig in hud health for some time. Funeral services were con? ducted nt the Bnptist church Monday aternoon at 1:30 by Rev. J. B. Craft, of Gate City, assisted by Rev. C. L. Stradley. Murin! took place at the cemetery at.East Stone Cap yester? day about 4:30 witnessed by a large crowd of sorrowing friends and ?rela? tives. The pall bearers were: C. F. Ulan ton, E. J. Prescott, II. R. Parkor.ll. It. Fuller, G. \V, Brown, Ii. F. Robinson. II. 11. Crizor mid 0. I.. Maddux. Mrs. Taylor was horn February I:.', 181?, at Hazard, Ky., being a daugh? ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert l'. C.bs. She grew up during the civil wai and three brothers and her father joined the Confederate army, one brothel being killed. Her father ami one of her brothers were captured the last year of the war and sent to Camp Chase, Ohio, where they remained un? til the war was over. Two Of her brothers were in the buttle of Shllo Church, Tonn., under gencrnPGordon, who went to reinforce Gen. .los. E. Johnston in April, 1802, Mrs. Taylor is survived by her hus? band, a former mayor of Appalachian and live living children, namely: George II. Taylor, of East Stom I lap, Mrs. .1. C. Fuller, of Bristol, Va..; Mrs. John Parsons, of Kolia, Ky.; W. F. Taylor, of Corbin, Ky.; and Mrs. Ellen Polly, of Appalaokia, and nb,nit 22 grandchildren. The Taylors moved to Appalnchia from Kentucky ill 1800 and Mrs. Tay? lor was baptized in Powell's River by Rev. .1. n. Craft and joined the Bap? tist church. The relatives of the deceased InlVii the sympathy of the entile communi? ty. Independent. O. E. GRAHAM HEADS BIG PLANT The following clipping which was compiled by the Chamhoi of I'.mi inerce, of Kansas City, Missouri; und published by tin- various daily paper of that city, plays up the name of a Lee county boy, Mr. i>. E. Graham, son of Mr. It. L. Graham, of Flat woods, as the head of a great drill! manufacturing plant in the middle west: S. E. Massengill & c,.ahiifni ! luring pharmacists of Bristol; Tcan., have bought the property at 208 III West Fifteenth St., formerly occit pied by the Itynn Manufacturing Co., and will install u complete plant for the production of drugs ami pharma? ceutical supplies. The Company will serve the states of Missouri, Kan a , Iowa, Colorado, Arkansas', Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas from the Kan? sas City plant. 6. E. tirahain,v'tjl be in charge. Lee County Sun. The Warmth of Friendship Sunday is Her day Off. Church in the morning and a Delightful motor over the mountain for a Dinner at the Hotel Norton. Kor many particular people who desire to entertain their friends on Sunday our Special Sunday Dinners are filling a long felt need. The cost is small. Our ideal of,service is to have it complete and courteous but unobtrusive. Those who dine with their friends here1 find all the advan? tages enjoyed by people in the largest cities. We will be glad to reserve a table for you next Sunday, Give us a ring. You will be delighted with the warmth of friendship visitors tell us is a part of Wise County's Finest Hotel. The Hotel Norton On Sale everywhere from Now on The?fUSC?Tire <~with many improvements cDie price remains (he same f?Mftr^flg [VfSt crJ.:/i us new l.uv price of lS3ffl 510.90 Ins, Fall, ,hc F^vVVP makers were already Um busy dcvclopin oil greater ' Usco" value. 1 ha new and bi tier "Used" as you see ipday? with no change in'price ?and t;.\ absorbed by tin- manufacturer. You'll note in the new nn.l better "Usco" these features Thicker tread, giving greater non-skiil protection. Stouter side walls. Altogether a handsomer tire that will lake longer wear both inside and out. The greatest money's worth of fabric tire in the history of pneu? matics. United States Tires United States <$? Rubber Company Where You Gun Buy U. S. Tires : J. A. MORRIS BlC STONE GAP. VIRGINIA FEDE IATION OF WOMI'N'S CLUBS Held Executive Meeting in N<iriuii arid Tool: Up Ques? tion of Nurse for Health Unit V. . a., .Inly 7. Til.' executive. ' cuhuiiittco lit tin- 1 .. 1 ? -1..ti.nt of Wu men's iTul.s of \\ Comity met at ' Hi.- homo ..i' Mi,. W. \V\ Kemp, in Norton Wi-.liu- iility, .Hi tie 'JS, at 10:30 i o'clock. Tli. president, .Mi (.*. W. Thdiaji kiits lipened tin- meeting, mull tin- mi ly Int! lin'-ss liikoii up wits ttint of se ? in i:.:? an additional nurse fin the < .unit > Health Unit. AH.i nan h discussion; it was liioV- I ed, seconded ami unanimously adopt >>.l that tin- I-'.-.Iciatiou attempt to kurv from the coal upei-iitois of the r.unity a certain amouni of motu-) eitel.nth for tin- purpose of secur? ing a lliiid Iii-hi inn so for tin- county for one y.-ar. If this plan should Hol succeed, 1 la? in, ah :.; will call a no-, line of the ekcetltive commit ti-i- to determine ftirth.-r procedure, ITi- pi.-siih-ut hp pointed a ways ami tu. ans committee composed of tlti- following uii-inhi-rs: Mi.-. .1. I., t'aiiihh.s, chairman; Mrs. .1. K. Tiiggart; Mrs. Paul Maclh.nahl. The following lailii-s wore present: Mrs. (j. \V. Thohipkins, toni's Creek; Mrs. U. iS Irvine, Mrs. William A. Stuail. Mi's; .1. I.. Mct'orinick, Hig Stolie Gap; Mi-. W. \V. Kemp, Mrs. Paul Ma.-Koiiahl. Mrs. .1. I., CalllbioJ ami Mrs. J. K. Tiiggart, of Norton; ami Mir-. Ulla- It. Stallau!, of Wise, WOMAN KILLED I'.ling, Va., .'uly s. Mrs. Noah Peel, of Prater, this county, nu t her ileaih by a ritnnwiiy ncehlent. The particulars of this lamentable affair, as learned an- about these: Mrs. Peel was assisting her husband in the field. When the wotk was finished, tin y tnrteil to the house, the woman mounting the plow horse. Ity some mean the animal hecame frightened ami began rearing und plunging, cn< tangling himself in the gearing. Heel ran to his wife-- assistance hut failed to extricate her till she had been fa? tally injured. She died the day fol? lowing the accident. A Jack London memorial in the form of a library of hooks dealing with the West is heilig sponsored by an Oakland, California, club. The building, built of stone and steel, will he located near London's ranch home at (iien l-'.lloli, California. Tin- startling advertisement re-1 lently appeared in a lowii newsjia per: ?Iii.' ladies ..f the Plum Streei Church have disenrdeii clothes of all I II..Is. l all al II North Plum Si.I ami inspect them."? I.ailies' Home Journal. Purtuei : approaching rotund man on the square) "Hit.', hohl my j hai ... a Uli?ute, will y.ai'.'" Ilotuud Man: "Sir, I'm a member of Co.ngretjs." I'ar.r "Never mind, you look] honest. I'll lake a chance.'* Hal-' h.a.I', Magazin?. "Papa, what llu you call a man who ? hives a auto.'" "It depends upon how near he ? onu s I.. hitting in.-." Landlady: (knocking at student's door I "Kjghl o'clock, eight o'clock." Freshman: (sleepily) "Hid you-.' Well you'd better see a doctor." Jnck-O-Laiiterii. Tin- historic slmp in shipp.-.l the teil to flu ?iis thrown into liar! moils ten party, lu.s n that huhu; over tin- shoi ???< ICS :t i; a a ;; :; j; ;: ~ ??. ?? .. , COLLEGIA 01 i WILLIAM & THE STATE COLLEGE FOK MEN A .SI" VtilEI f, Itegiihir iiemleniie roiirs* :?' In? io Hacltnlor an I Mtntri fi Kii'S. spki i .si.i oiJitsi - i... i a three V.ar I're-Metliciil Ti f: Training II. l-a-ntioitiioPf*| k, KiiKiittt'iili?; l'rr il U?.tw Ailmini-.it at um Flnaii'.' eh' S; StuleSo liolurships hirstuM*! i; propuriiiK I" hii tempters. X Loan ruml lor w.irthv UuJ ? | Ij K..rparti,-,.larsa,|,lr," !j The CollcfC ol William A Hin. I '= II. I. Uli.lg.s. ?lllLnobUt >i| $ It.-gist rar -I A iw" '? '.'? .".I I'r. 8 ...-i.il j! it.it jt ? a.i: ii i;.::s .. ?? us; "Of the [leople?Pcir the peoplt Westmoreland Davis Candidate for United States Senator in the Democratic Primary, August 1st, 1922. If you favor relief from the burden of National IsxalKWi if you believe in a real National Budget; if you want ethcivncy in Government; if you approve of a m:in who redeemed ?a pledges 100"?, vote for Westmoreland Davis. if you want a fearless, courageous Statesman, a man not afraid; a man who has fought, unceasingly, the farmers'battW for twenty years, vote for Westmoreland Davis. This is the peoples' and fanners' fight against the Riot' Help to smash this "Machine" hy voting for Weatmorela*" Davis. Westmoreland Davis Campaign Commit^6 Box 19U4, Richmond, Vu.