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The Big Stone Gap post. [volume] (Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Va.) 1892-1928, November 22, 1922, Image 5

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You can give most
pleasure by choos
ing candy wisely
Inspect the packages i>t
fcH?coi Anis
Mrs. .1. A. Crocker nml Mrs. Harold
ksmsey returned Monday night from
nfi a days visit to relatives in liris
Mrs. .lames Dixon spent a few
days at Norton last week with rel?
Mrs. .las. it. Taylor, Miss Louise
ami .1. It. Shorn, Sr., motored
to Norton Saturday afternoon
?nil spent a few hours shopping.
Mrs', ti. D. Jenkins and two daugh
?? ! . Misses Ruby and Nell, motored
to Wise Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. lt. It. MeGeckin, I..
II. Wilcox ami son, Leon, motored to
Ktyckloyvile Sunday afternoon and
tpVnt a few hours.
Mrs. J. \V. Phillips, who has been
ng the piiKt month in the flap
?ith her daughter, Mrs. Jns. It. Toy
lor, returned last Wednesday to her
! in in Cincinnati;
Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Parker, of Ap
ftlachia, spent Sunday in the Gup,
guests of Mr. ami Mrs. W. II.
Mi , II?. Richmond ami two chil
tlrfti, of Appnliichia, spent n few
days in the Gap this week with rel?
Ml Anna P.ird, of the Gap, mo
loied up to Norton Saturday after
'. with her aunt, Mrs. fj. A.
Compton, of Duhbtir, and spent a
few hums shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. It. Tale and Mr.
and Mrs. .!. W. T?te and party of
friends motored to the Gap from
lllucftcld last week and spent a few
Mr. and Mrs. Henry I.. Lane and
'"'?it children motored over to Rye
'??',., Scott county, last Thursday nf
? ami spent u few days vislt
1 "iK relatives.
>h. und Mrs. R. T. Irvine and
?m?ll son, Bobbie, returned Tuesday
jhoiu a few days visit to Louisville,
Tin- Baptist ili.iii will meet nt the
home of Mrs. W. I.. Jones Friday
iiighl nt 7:110 o'clock for practice.
f'.uri in' I Im tun ami liird Wygnl,
of .loiiosvlllc, were visitors in the
Gap a few hours lasl Wednesday af?
ternoon on their return home from
In business trip to Norton und Wise.
San) .1. iloriie, a proinincnt citizen
of Ooohiirri, was ii business visitor
in town one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Witt, of Nor
I. ?peilt a few hours in the Gap
Sunday afternoon visiting relative:.
Kred Hyatt, of l.ynchburg, is
spcinting several days in the Gap vis?
iting Chas. Duncan. He is a son of
I.. T. Hyatt, clerk of the federal
Court t'.n the Western District.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Witt, Dr. and
Mrs, Kd. Wade motored over to llris
tol hist Thursday afternoon and
spent a few days shopping and visit?
ing relatives.
Dr. und Mrs. (!. W. Rotts and son,,
of Pehnington (lap, spent the week-!
end in the Gap with relatives.
.Mi:-. II. I-'. Warner returned to her
home at the Monte Vista Hotel last]
Wednesday evening from Bristol
where she spent a few days having
some dental wm!t done.
Supt. and Mrs. .1. .1. Kelly, Jr., and j
two daughters spent last Saturday
at Wise with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Aid. Steele and fam?
ily, of Norton, Klnicr Steele, of West
Virginia and Mrs. I.. Jl. Steele, of
Louisville, were among the relatives
from a distance who attended the
funeral and burial of Mrs. C. D.
Vnughan in the Gap.
Mrs. S. 11. t;.twin and little
daughter, Marion, returned to the
flap lust Thursday from a few
months visit to relatives in Wash?
ington, D. C., ami Bristol.
Congressman C. H. Slcmp, who has
been spending several weeks in this
section left Saturday morning for
Washington, to attend the extra ses?
sion of Congress which convened
Monday, November 20th.
Kentucky Utilities Company
6% Cumulative Preferred Stock
Price St$7.;>() und Accrued Dividends
Until 5 O'clock I?. M.
Saturday, November 18th, 1922
After which time this slot I; will he sold
nt S'Ht.tlt) mill accrued dividends
Application? for shares of this stuck on either the
Cash or Payment Plan will bo accepted at ?87.50 by
any of our employee, through our local office, or by
mail until 5 P. M., Saturday, November 1H, 1922.
Investment Department
Kentucky Utilities Company
A. Ii. Griffith, who has boon trans?
ferred from Exeter to Andovcr, hns
moved his family to the Gup. They
are temporarily locnted at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. Creed Kelly nnd lit?
tle daughter, of St. Charles, and two
attractive guests. Misses Ho Burch
field, of Bristol, nnd Edna Adams, of
Johnson City, motored to the Gan
nnd spent Sunday.
Krank llonakcr, of Norton, spent
the week-end in the Gap with Carl
Mr. and Mrs. (*. E. Salyer and lit?
tle son, Conley, spent Saturday af?
ternoon in Appnlachia.
Miss Pearl Miller, of Barbourvlllc,
Ky., spent the week-end in the Gap
with Miss Grace Long, enroute to
Lynchb?rg where she will spend
sometime with her aunt.
Sain .1. Home and I.. .1. McConhcll,
prominent citizens of Cocburn, wcrcJ
visitors in Big Stone Cap on last
\Y. P. Fuller ami Charles Hall
were among the prominent Norton
business men in town hist Friday.
! Mrs. Mary Skccn Brown, of Mid-'
dlesboto, Ky., spent the week-end in
the Cap with her parents. Judge and
Mrs. II. A. W. Skeen.
I Mrs. Harohl Ramsey and small
son, spent several days the past week
with relatives anil friends in Abing
Fred Huley, of I'incville, Ky., mo?
tored to the Gap and spent the week?
end with friends.
Misses Elizabeth Chapin and Sally
Sanders, two popular teachers of the
Public School, spent the week-end
with friends in Norton.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the M. E, Church, South, will hold
their regular meeting on Thursday
afternoon at :t o'clock ill tlx home
of Mrs. .1. II. Mathews.
I nit SALE.- Six town lots East
of Wynndotte avenue. $2fiti each.
Phone No. -?">.?adv.
1'. B, Pierson returned to the Gap
last Week from Chal lottcsvillo where
he and Mrs. Pierson were called Oil
account of the illness of heir son,
Dan, Jr., who is attending school at
the University. Mrs. Pierson will
remain at Charlottesville until her
son is able to be brought to bis home
in the Cap,
Mrs. II. W. C.illinm has been spend?
ing several days visiting relatives
and friends at Stuart and other
points in eastern Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCluen, of
Norton, were in the Cap Sunday af?
Dr. and Mrs. J, G. Bentley and lit?
tle daughter, who have been living at
Dunbnr left this Week for Mrs. Bent
I ley's home near Knoxville where
they will spend a few days before
Dr. Bentley leaves for Colorado for
his health.
Mrs. Claude Cunningham, of Ab
ingdon, is spending scyerenl days in
tile Cap visiting her sister, Mrs. S.
P. Kleenor ami family.
Dr, C I',. Howyer, of Stonegn, re?
turned last week from a few days
1 visit to his home at Emory, Va.,
Where he was called on Friday week
because of the serious illness of his
fathei who is much better at this
Baptist Sale at Coodloc's store
Saturday, November J?th at 10:00
Mr. and Mis. Otis Mour.er spent
a few days lust week at Louisville,
Ky., with their son, Otis, Jr., who is
attending school at the Kentucky
Military Institute.
Mrs. T. M. Pepper and daughters.
Mis. ( has. Dickey, Mrs. G. C. Mc
Cull and Miss Lena Pepper, of Nor?
ton, motored down to the (lap Sun?
day nftoVnoon and spent a few hours
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the M. E. Church, South, will meet
ut the home of Mrs. J. II. Mathews
Thursday at three o'clock.
The Union Thanksgiving Service
will be held at the Episcopal church
Thursday; November 30th, at 1 1
a. in. Key. Phdgelt of the Baptist
convention will be the preacher,
.Next week's issue of the Post will
contain full details of service.
Miss Beth Shiigairt, who is attend?
ing school at Martha Washington
College, will spend the Thanksgiving'
holidays in the Gap with her parents,
Rev. nd Mrs. K. A. Shugart.
The annual fancy work ami pas-!
tery sale of the Woman's Auxiliary
of the Presbyterian church will be
held in the lobby of the Monte Vis-|
ta Hotel, Saturday, December 2nd,'
ut 10 a. m.
William Long, who is attending
school at Center College, Danville,
spent Monday anil Tuesday here vis?
iting his parents, Mr. und Mrs. J. C.
Long. Bill had just returned from a
trip to Chicago where the freshmen
foot ball team played Saturday.
Mrs. Carroll, of Atlanta, Ga., Is
the guest of her niece, Mrs. K. E.
Gooiiloe, in the Gap.
I). A. Sargent, manager of C. S.
Carter's store, has just recovered
from an attack of appendicitis and is
able to resume his duties again at
the store.
Stuart Stover, of Abingdon, spent
Tuesday in the Gap with his sister,
Mrs. Harold Ramsey.
Dr. J, A. Hoskins, who has been
in the Mayo Bros'. Clinic at Roches?
ter, Minn., for the past two months,
returned to his home at Appaiachia
Sunday much improved in health.
Dr. Hoskins, who has a dental office
at Appaiachia, will he at his ollice on
Monday, November 27th, for busi?
Judge Exra T. Carter, of Gate
City, --pen! Sunday night in the Gap
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Sar?
gent enroute to Johesville where he
is presiding at the county court this
Mr. and Mrs. W. It, Wren had as
their guests on Monday, Mr. H, L>.
Bonham and daughter, Miss Kdiin
Bonham and son, Everett Ilonham
and Mrs. Cordie Copenhaver, of
The monthly devotional and busi?
ness meeting of the Woman's Aux?
iliary of the Presbyterian church will
he held at the home of Mrs. A. I..
Holloa Thursday at It p. in. The
ladipS are asked to come as early as
possilde after lunch. Miss Carrie
Leo Campbell, of Richmond, Vn.,
who is editor of the Woman's Page
in the Presbyterian of the South.wlll
give an interesting account of her
trip to the Orient. All members are
urged to he present.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Baptist church will hold its annual
Christmas sale at Goodloe's store
Saturday, November 26th at in a.
m. Besides the usual linens and fan?
cy work there will be on sale Japan?
ese novelties, Christmas cards, cakes,
pies, etc.
TOR SALI',.?One four-burner oil
stove at reasonable price. Apply at
this ollice. ? adv.-lli.-l7.
A recent message received here
announced the tragic death at Port
I (ami! ton, near New York, of First
Lieutenant Clifford Oscar Webster,
who was killed by h fall from a polo
pony. Lieutenant Webster married
Miss Myra Alexander, daughter of
the late Dr. Harvey Alexander, noted
physician ami HllrgeOII, who died :
about two years ago. She is a
niece of Mrs. Kitts, Mrs. Harmon
ami Mrs. Kilgore, of this city.-?-Coal?
field Progress.
wise county couple
marries in bristol
.lames Lipps, of Wise, ami Miss
Anna Cawood, of Itig Stone Gap,
were married at Bristol on Sunday,
November llth, returning to the
home of the groom Sunday night.
They were accompanied by an aunt
of the groom. Both are teaching
school m ar Maple drove, Wise coun?
ty. Mr. Lipps is a sou of Mr. am)
Mrs. Wade Lipps, of Wise.and the
bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Cawood, of Big Stone Gap.
The bridal party was entertained
with u tine dinner at Mr. Lipps' home
Sunday to which Mr. and Mrs. Cn
wood ami their son, Clayton, of the
Gap, attended.
A reward of $.1 is offered and
im questions asked fur return of
Mack cassock taken from Episco?
pal church two weeks ago. It
may he returned to the printing
..nice and reward will be paid on
1 delivery.
hand pump repairs
I have just received u full supply
of Auto Hand Pump Repairs, now on
display at my shop. I urn still spe?
cializing on tires und tubes. Your
woik will he appreciated.
47-60 Big Stone Gap, Vu.
1 do all kinds of Shoo Repairing at
n reasonable price. Shop opposite
Mineral Motor Company. All work
guaranteed first-class or money back.
Big Stone Gap, V?.
Our Contest for Victor Talking Ma?
chine will close Saturday night be?
fore Christmas. Every 50c purchase
gives you a chance. Positively some
one is going to get it.
46-49 East Stone Gap, Va.
I have just received a car load of Chop, Flour and Meal,
and will give some attractive prices:
Chop .$2.25
Fancy Patent Flour .$1.10
Fliiffy High Patent Flour .$1.20
White Lily Flour .$1.25
Meal .$ .60
Owing to the fact that prices arc advancing the prices
quoted above are good tor one week only.
I have a complete line of Groccrips, Dry Goods, shoes
and clothing. Call or 'Phone your orders to
In P. A. Acl?mgton Building
'Phone 2I2-F2.
flour, meal, feed, HAY r\nd grain
staple \NI> fancy groceries
IKISII AND sweet potatoes, APPLES
AND ?hi?ns, stoves and ranges, SIM?
MON'S reds, mattresses and springs.
staple dry goods, notions, blank?
ets, comforts, Underwear, hosiery,
gloves, etc.
: : Wf Buy Country Produce Every Week. : :
N( ti ll; SOi I > at retail
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