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A GOOD SCHOOL
Ably Managed by Superinten?
dent From Wythe County?
Judge Boyer Makes Official ,
Last Friday uftcrnoon, Judge Boy?
er, a member of the school board nnd
Judgeof the Juvenile Court made a
special visit to the high school at
Orntton. By the kind invitation of
Judge Boyer nnd Prof. A. S. Gre:;v
cr, school superintendent, I went
along, and had a very pleasant visits
Prcf. Groover, owing to sickness in
his family, was kept uway, but ably
nnd oflicieutly represented by his sis
tor, Miss Ida, The only reason why I
was invited that I can conceive of
was, that I had a hand in establish?
ing the school at Grntton ever jo
ninny yyenrs ago, (no matter how
many), nnd Miss Ida Greevor was as?
sistant. And so. it was quite an ovent
in our career to meet nt Gratton, in
the school there. I taught two ses?
sions Miss Maggie Baker being as
sistant the second year. ^
Since those old days a new gene?
ration has come on. At the meeting
on Friday afternoon a number of the
patrons of the school and members
of the ? community were present, but
only one of the pupils of the former
school was present, Mr. Will Cox,
who, with his brother, Charles n.id
Frank, Were among the large number
of boys in my room. We, Miss Ida
nnd myself, had a good school. Miss
Ida is a born teacher, and ever so
ofton I met with some of her form
or pupils, now mothers of large lami
lios, and some of them grand motners
I suspect, who speak of the school
kept nt Gratton in those days,
A Fine School Now.
We had a pleasant day, and Judge
Boyer snid, profitable time. There
nre two tenchers, Mr. Armbrister ns
principal, and Miss Bettie Grosclose
ns efficient assistant. Mr. Armbrister
is from Wythe county, I believe, and
Jh a bright progressive young man.
Miss Grosclose is a daughter of the
late Stephen Grosclose, Burke's Gard?
en. Her mother was a Miss Gose.
There is an enrollment in the two
rooms of about 90 pupils, they told
me. The school entertained us with
sovcral songs and then came the
speeches. Judge Boyer explained in
a satisfactory manner, the compul
Nory school law of the state and was
heard with interest. The office fits the
man, and the man fits tho offico ex?
I made a "few feeble remancs,'
tried to bo reminiscent and failing
miserably, tried to be humorous and
funny, _ and still failed, and bowed
The Best For The Last
Miss Ida Greever captured the
kids and every body. She spoke all
over the territory in her own inimi?
table way, and charmed the children.
The principal, excersing good judg?
ment, had his speech written. He sam
.''."""I-"i'.itvJt was a good speecn. We
had a good time,- and the folks were
kind enough to say they, too, enjoyed
The School Building.
The new school building is a credit
to the enterprise of Prof. Greever
nnd the good sense of the sonuui
board. It has two commodious rooms,
with folding doors between, ample
light, cloak rooms, etc. It is a stand
nrdjbuilding ns approved by tho au?
thorities. The school needs equip?
ment, such ns maps, etc., an organ to
lead the singing, nnd by all means
should run nine months in the year.
The good people of Gratton should
be proud of their nice building nnd
school, und get busy and supply it
with necessary equipment that tho
tcachors may do their best work.
Success to tho school ot Gratton.
J. A. L.
NEWS OF POCAHONTAS.
Poenhontas, Dec. 14.?Mrs. So]
Baach 13 recovering from a severe
attack of tonsolitis
Mrs. J. H. Lawford Is at her desk
again in the post office after a few
Mr. E. J. Ellett has returned from
Richmond hospital where the under?
went, an operation.
Miss Martha Smith spent last
week-end with Miss Benice Bloch at
Rndford State Normal. She reports
Miss Bloch in fine spirits.
Mrs. Sndie Baach Umberger is vis?
iting the home town for a few days
enroute to Greensboro, where she
Mrs). Louis Baach is indisposed
Everything looks bright and cherry
for Christmas. Stores all look lovely
nnd the snow is in tho air.
There was an election of officers
in Masonic Lodge last night. The
following were elected for the en?
suing year: Donald Gillis, W. M.; VI.
I.. Yowell. S. W.; F. E. Wagner. J.
W.J L. E. Ward, Treasurer; Sol
Beach, Secretary; Morris Mogrill, S.
D.; F. W. Barborer, J. D. Dr. L. E
Ward has been the W. M. for the
last two years
HERE FROM MONTANA.
Mi'. S. T. Moriarty, of Toston,
Montana, is in-the community. Ho
represents the American Educntional
Association of Philadelphia, of which
Mr. Charles Aubroy Eaton is Pres?
ident, an organization whose pur?
pose and aim is. as stated in its con?
stitution etc., "to inquire into the
ways and means of oncouraglng char?
acter building, the habit of thrift,
cultivation of health and the appli?
cation of good management to every
day affairs," etc. that is to say, to
carry on nnd further, the work be?
yond the school room.". This would
seem to be, not only a good work
but one seriously needed in this coun?
try. The motto of tho association Is:
"Show the other fellow a way tc
preater success and he just natural?
ly contributes to yours."
Mr. Moriarty talks eloauently nboul
tha groat state of Montana?the
third largest in the United States,
and one of the richest, and also, for
the most part, ono 01 the coldest, of
course ho thinks well of Tazewell
and her people. -
QUARTERLY MEETING AT
Cedar Bluff, Dec. 18.?The first
quarterly .lnqeting of the Cedar Bluff
Circuit will ho held at Steelesburg
the 17th by Rev. \V. S. Hendricks.
Rev. R. H. Ruff, of Tenn., will be
present and will officially set up the
Mrs. R. T. Hurt Ts here on a short
visit to home folks.
Mrs. G. B. Wingo who has been
visiting in Davy and Bluefield, m
turncd home Wednesday.
Mrs. R. M. Russell returned homo
Tuesday after a short visit- to pa?
rents in Ripplemeud.
Misses Ollie Long, Minnie and
Katherino Bowman spent the week?
end with Mi3s Mildred McGuire.
Miss Annie Luttrell has accepted
a position in the Richlands hospital.
Mrs. W. F. Grinstend cntcrtuincd
the Wessley Bible Class Tuesduy
Mr. Allen Beavers has accepted a
position in Bluefield and is expect?
ing to move soon.
Mr. Carl Grinstead, of Iaoger, was
visiting hoinefolks tliis week.
M'r, Guy Norman came home from
Work Thursday very ill.
The new drug store of Scott and
Perkins opened its doors last Aveek
and are doing n fine business,/
The people of Cedar Bluff gave
their pastor a large pounding Tues?
day night. ?
WHERE THE MONEY FROM
CHRISTMAS SEALS GOES.
Richmond, Dec. 11.?There is now
a committee ? busily soiling tubercu?
losis Christmas Seals in every coun?
ty in Virginia.
Fourteen million of the gay little
stickers have been distributed to the
agents of the Virginia Tuberculosis
Association, and orders for more arc
being received at the Association's
office in eve y mail. From the inter
est being manifested indications
point to the most successful Seal sale
ever held in the State.
The money raised by the sale of
Seals supports free tuberculosis cli?
nics, public health nurses, indigent
patients at the sanatorium and pre?
ventive work among children, includ?
ing health work in the schools, fresn
air classes, nutrition classes and
summer camps. Tho largo pa t of
the proceeds is used by the local com?
munity for their health programs,
and the pnrt returned to the Virgin?
ia Tuberculosis Association is do
voted to educational and administra?
tive work. ,
The public is becoming more alivo
to the fact that tuberculosis is not
only the cnuso of one death in ovo y
ten from any cause, but that it takes
three-fifth3 of its toll between tht>
ages of 15 to 44, the most productive
period of life. It was stated at the
office of tho Virginia Tuberculosis
Association that statistics show that
with tuberculosis deaths eliminated It
is fair to estimate that 2 1-2 years
might bo added to each individual's
life. Granting that every adult add3
?100 a year the the public wealth, if
he loses 2 1-2 years he is a $250 loss.
On a basis of 1000,000,000 population
in tho United States the total loss
?irough tuberculosis deaths would be
at least $25,000,000,000.
PRISONERS AT CQNVICT CAMP
BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS.
The man who, through terrible er?
ror, losses his right to "Lifo, Lib?
erty and the Pursuit of Happinneas"
knows the value of these fundamental
blessings of a country like' ours. Ho
who suffers appreciates tho tremen?
dous value of sympathy?expressed.
That is the reason the prisoners at
che Pisgah Convict Camp are shell?
ing out their pennies to buy Tuber?
culosis Christmas Seals. They hear
tho call from victims bound upon
beds of pain, hopeless unless help
comes quickly. They are eager to
help, offering their pitiful savings,
because they hope someone will be
restored to "Life, Liberty, and the
Pursuit of Happinness."
You bigheart'ed men and women of
Tnzewell will hand out five dollars
to help bury some poor fellow who
has died of tuberculosis, or to feed
his destitute family for a few days.
You have done it many times. Why
not save the man's-life and let him
take care of his family? Maybe you
think the talk about tuberculosis be?
ing scattered all through the hills
and hollows of Tazewell county is
trumped up. Ask your doctor, whom
you trust, and ho will give you som
nppnlling information. Maybe you
think tuberculosis cannot be cured or
prevented. Ask your doctor, and he
will tell you it is being done over and
It is cheaper to save a life than to
pay for its loss. Cheaper to the state
and cheaper to YOU. It is cheaper to
prevent tubzerculosis than it Is to
cure it. Far cheaper to the state, and
fa cheaper to YOU. That is, in a
money senso only. Other coses, oniy
those who face the loss of "Life,
Liberty and the Pursuit of Happi?
ness" can rightly estimate.
Wo are asking you to buy Tuberc?
ulosis Christmas Seals?to Express
the Christmas Spirit?to SHOW your
Good Will to Men. Wo are asking
you to snve life. It Is in your power.
Think of this while you go nbouc
your Christmas shopping, seeking to
exp ess LOVE through gifts.
THE COMMUNITY TREE.
A collection will be tnken in the
churches and Sundny sshools for the
community Christmas gift to tho
needy. The program etc., will bo an?
nounced next issue. This worthy
move should have liberal support
from all the people.
Rev. Mr. Baker will preach In the
Lutheran church next Sunday morn
i ing. All members are urered to bs
? present at this service. There wi)l
also be services in the evening
: promptly at 7 o'clock!. A cordial
>? welcome to all.
ELECTION GUESS A TIE.
Tho guessing contest os to candi?
dates?Peery and Hasslngcr?receiv?
ing tho majority at the November
election, resulted in a tio between
Mr. M. Bloch, of Pocahontas, and
Mrs. Tlios. G. Yost, of Gratton, each
guess being 8,000 mnjority for Peery.
Tho matter has not been settled as
yet, to to who will get the prize, but,
it is said, has been left to tho win?
ners to bo decided between them.
The Prize Offered.
Early in tho campaign Fuller Brps.
large merchants here, offered a suit
of Hart, Schaffner and Marx clothes
or nn ovorcont as preferred, to any?
one in the county or district, who
would guess tho nearest tho mnjori
, ty of votes received by tho winning
candidate at tho Novomber election.
I Great interest was shown from tho
i first, not only in this county but in
the district, votes being sent in from
neniiy every county in the district.
Thousands of guesses, ranging all
tho way from n dozen or two to as
high as 0,000. The guesses which won
were mnde ns stated, by Mr. M.
Bloch, of Pocahontas, the well known
merchant, and Mrs. T. G. Yost, of
Gratton. both of whom guessed that
Peery would bo elected by 3,000 ma?
jority, and so it was.
Incidentally Fuller Bros, received
wide advertising in the district by
this ^stroke of attractive advertising,
nnd incidentally, diso, it ?ppor.ro that
j tho Clinch Valley News is pretty
widely nnd closely rend in the com?
munity, and, in the meantime several
citizens lost good money by betting
on the wrong horse.
DEATHS, DISASTERS AND
Mrs. Thclmn Richardson, 23 yenrs
old, wns shot nnd instantly killed in
Richmond ono night this wcok. Sho
was stenographer for Mr. John Pol?
lard, in whose house sho was killed.
Pollard is in jail.
One of the most brutnl murders
ever recorded in this section, la re?
ported from Blucfield this week. A
negro woman beat her crippled stop
child to death with part of a broom
handle. She is in jail, and has con?
fessed to the killing. The details, ns
related by a member of the family,
Two negroes wcro lynched this
veck, one in Georgia by burning nt
ho stake, the other in Texas shot to
death. The usual crime tho cause al?
leged. Tho devil seems to have his
hand on the throttle
Ono of tho tragedies and louses of
tho month was the death of Bishop
Waterhouse, caused by an nutomo
bile nccident in Knoxvillo. The fun?
eral and burinl took placo nt Emoty
and Henry, participated in by a large
number of prominent Methodist min?
isters. He wns about 08 yenrs of
nge, and been been out of active work
for several years, owing to a nervous
Mr. Wnterhouso was Presiding El?
der in tho TnzcwcU district years
ago, and for several years President
of Emory nnd Henry College, nnd at
the time of his death was u Bishop
in tho Methodist church.
FATHER AND TWO CHILDREN
DEAD IN BURICK'S GARDEN.
Jacob Lambert, about HO yenrs old,
died a few days ago at his home in
Burkc's Qnrden, from pneumonia, fol?
lowing the flu. Tho family buried two
children n week or so ago. It is sold
that there are a large number of
cases of the disease therd,
The family of Elmar Rhudy hava
all had serious cases, as has also tho i
family of Prof. A. S. Greovor Mrs.
Levi Rhudy is reported ill also. All
tho cases oro reported doing well un
der tho circumstances, and no fur?
ther fatal results are expected bar?
ring serious complications. '
There nre several cases of flu in
this town, chiefly among colored peo?
ple on west mnin street. The disease
is reported to bo in a mild form,
OLD CLOTHES WANTED,
Any body having discarded boys
and any other kind of clothing, the
W. C. T. U. will be glad to have them
to send to people In tho county. Send
them to Tho News office.
MRS. J. A. LESLIE, Chm.
DON'T FORGET THE OLD HOME.
If possible be at the old home for
Christmas, renew your youth and
gladden the hearts of the homefolks.
If impossible to be at home write to,
the old folks," and send a kindly
greeting of remembrance. They may
not bo at homo next year. You will
bo remembered. Your stocking will
bo hung as in other days, your ab?
sence regreted. Don't forget tho old
home. Come or go, if possible.
The Qunrterly meeting will oonvone
nt Pisgah church, Saturday and Sun?
day tho 16th and 17th. All official
members are requested to bo present.
?J. H. Bowling, Pastor.
TheMidway ladies will give their
Christmas Bazaar, Saturday after?
noon, December 16th.. beginning at
ono o'clock at the Paint Lick school
house. They will have a nice collec?
tion of needle work. They will nlso
servo cake and hot coffee free. Come
help a good cause.
JOINED THE TAZEWELL COLONY
The lotest addition to the Tazewell
colony in Florida is M. M.'Henklns,
Rlchlands, a personal letter from him
says, please to mail his copy of this
paper to Taverea, He says trie "flow?
ers bloom and the fruit hangs on the
trees tho year round."
Tazewell has had Florida weather
i nil the winter except for a week or
two. Only one snow, and that scarce '
i ly d?.ep enough to track ? rabbit.
[I The nice assortment of Christmas
1| Stationery can be found nt Jaokaons
?Drug Store, '
IN1A, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15,
MAN KILLED ON
Another Tragedy in the Moon?
shine District?Reward Of?
fered for Arrest of Bill
Thomas Whitukor was shot und
killed by Hill Brewstor on Whitaker
Ridge lnst Thursday. It is believed
tbut Brewster thought Whitaker had
given information thnt h0 was op?
erating a still. Add Humum had been
raiding on Whituker Ridge on that
morning and it is reported that some
ono followed him through tho woods
Sast Dan Dunford's pluce, where
rewster had been staying und milk?
On returning, Hnrmnn met Whit?
aker near his (Whituker's) homo and
stopped and nt0 dinner. Immediately
ho started home, Whitaker camo
with him to tho gate, whero Alox
Bnrnctt was shucking corn, in a tow
minutes Dim Dunford, Bill Browster
and a boy by tho name of Smith,
camo up. Brewster carried a slio?.
e-un and passed on into a briar paten
W1.t!1..U.!0,r*"murk x"?,'11 ,hick?out of a ,
rabbit." Hannan talked with-tjy, niu?
a few minutes and stnrted home, ]
soon ho heard the report of n shot
gun and ono of Tom Whitnkor's boys j
enmo running und cnlled to him v> ,
"comu back they've killed papa." On ;
arriving on th0 sceno of tho tragedy, ,
wo found that Browster had oscap- ?
cd to tho woods into which ho follow- .
cd him, hut ufter spending somo |
hours searching ho gnvo up the hunt,
went to llichlnnds nnd brought a
blood hound to tho sceno. Tho dog
followed the trnil to Dan Dunforw'a
house nnd lost it Tho officers, hav?
ing previously searched tho house,
wcro forced to give up tiro chase. i
Brewster is still nt large. A re
ward of 5100 was placed in a Taze?
well bonk for his arrest, by Whit
Thero will he preaching by tho
nnstor, Rev. W. P. Eastwood, in tho
Main street Methodist church nt 11
n. m. His text will be, "Wouldost 1
thou bo made whole?" John fi.O.
Ho will preach at North Tazewell ?
at 7:00 p. m. The subject will be:
"The Strait Gate." Everybody invlt- 1
ed to these services..
A red cow, no horns, camo to my
place on Mud Pork, Oct. 22. Owner j
enri get cow by paying for this ad?
vertisement, ? feed and care.?Mrs. ,
Roxio Voughan, Tip Top, Vo,
JOHN WANAMAKER. '
The Merchant Prince of Philadel?
phia, died on the 12th at his homo In .
Philadelphia, aged 85. 1
Ho was, perhaps, tho best known
merchant in tho United States. His
business was immense, his benefic?
ences ran into tho millions. He wns 1
a member of the Presbyterian church. (
Wo shall pay tho highest prices in <
Philadelphia for your "Famous Tur- j
keys" nnd poultry Christmas and New 1
Yenr. Give us n trial and ho con- 1
vinced. Frnnk Hellerick &? Company. 1
Tho hunting senson on partridge j
or quail for the month of December,
1922, begins hnlf an hour before sun?
rise on the 22nd inst and ends half ?
an hour after sunset on tho 81st
inst., Sundays excepted.?Victor 11.
Lewis, Gamo Warden for Tnzewoll
County. N Dec. 16-2t.
in Philndelphia will want a big fat
Turkey for Christmas dinner and as
usual are depending on Frank Hel
lerick & Co. to supply them. Wo are
live wires in tho poultry game, no I
better distributors anywhere.
THE HEAVIEST PORTER.
Tho heaviest hog butchered this
year, so far as reported, is from J.
Snm Gillespio at Raven.
Here are tho figures as sent us:
One, if months, 48C
Poland China. 2 ve?r? "M, 610
Two, 8 months, ' 275
Ono scrub, 2 years old, 250
All were Poland Chinas except
the "scrub.' Sam doesn't send a
"voucher," but his word will be ac?
cepted. Othor reports will bo publish?
ed as received.
DEAD OR ALIVE?
Do you over ask your self theso'
questions, am I an asset or a liabi?
lity to my town and county? Is my|
town under obligations to mo or do I
owe tho town? Do I do anything, to
improve the social, financial and re?
ligious condition of tho town and
community? After you hayo asked
yourself the abovo questions, decide
right then that you are goinp to at?
tend the mooting to be neld in the
assembly room of the Tazowoll Mo?
tor Co., Tuesday night at 7 p. m. at
which time somo \(ery importai \t
matters affecting tho interests of the
town and county will bo taken up. 1
If you wont to become an asset to
your community you will' be there, if,
you want to remain a parasite you
will do as you havo been, loaf on
the street, In tho store, at the hotol
or stay at homo and rend your pa?
per hnd then kick about the way our
schools, roads.N hotels and other va?
rious enterprises are conducted.
We carry a full lino of genuine
Ford Parts, also tires and eccosso
\ ries. Call on us. Riverside Qarnge,
j North Taeewell.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 A.
M., H. W. Pobst, Supt. Proachlns
aorvlco 7:00 P. M., A. H. Eubank,
Hero's my old reliable friend, Frank
Hellerick. I'vo always found him
straight ns a shingle nnd tho right
man to get the right price in Phil?
adelphia My shipment ia gong to
Hellerick as usual.
Sunday 17Ul Preaching at 11:00 n
in. and 7:110 (S. in. by Rev. M. O. Alox
indor. Music 7:30 by doublo ciuar
otio. Bundy'a Chnpof nt 8:30. Suii
luy school 9:45 shurp, A. G. Kiser,
BENEFIT PICTURE SHOW AT
V benefit picture show will be giv?
en nt Pocnhnntas, next Sunday for
!> ?nclit of Near Enst Relief fund.
There should he n full house.
BATWINGS. WHITE WINGS.
PLUNKS, BUCKS, Etc.
The editor nsks his . subscrlbora
whoso label allows thorn to bo In
irrenrs on subscription, to pay up
within tho next week, bo that remit- 1
:nnces will appear on new list to bo !
undo out by January 1, 1923. If you '
uivo within tho last month or so
iny no latOntton to this stntomont.1
>ut if not plcaso c:vo heed, nnd Bond
mur subscription ho ns u a*t m cicnr
>n the new list. Bntwings, wiiu? |
vings or uny document which rcadn, i
'pay to the order of" will bo rocolv
(1 gladly. A hint to tho wlso should
(. O P. (JEMS.
'(From Obia Sir.te Journal (Rap.)
Our iden of poetic Justice is a Re
inblicnn campaign orator huyinu u
uit of cli thes under the Fordney
(cCumber tnritl' Inw.
When a good party man Is a little
shamed of the ship subsidy bill ho
nils it the merchant marine bill.
WITH THE HOYS ONCE MORE.
By Fluni; L. Staaten,
lon't any life nhi't worth livin'; Us
Joys a dream, or dead!
Think of yer merry Christ man, an'
one more past ahead I
''or though you're slowly nenrin' tho
dim nnd ghostly shore,
Tou're never old when Chriatmw*
comes?you're with tho boys onco
)on't. sny (ifo nin't worth livin'; so
lonesome tin' so long:
There's ono morn Christum? Juat
nhoud, with story nn' with song;
Vnd Christmas chimes'll sweetly
in' these greyhended fellows bo with
the hoys once morol
ring from aiiinln' shore to shore,
?AYNE PROPERTY SOLI). W. B
Tho brick resldonco nnd lots at
nehed, of C. C. Payne, west main
trcet, which wns offered for snlo at
lUction, nnd bid in by Mr. Pnyno at
111 G00, was subsequently sold to
dr. W. R. Bowen, of tho Covo.
fho consideration is reported aa
12,500.00 Mr. Bowen moved into tho
iroporty this week.
LET US~DO THE SAME FOR
~'c sold Mrs. Tabor a Separa
;or and told her it would pay
For itself at SG.00 a month. We
received this lettor from her:
Falls Mills, Va., Dec. 7.
Dear Sir:?I urn well pleased with
ny Sopnrator. It in doing good work.
The first week I hnd a gain of four
pounds, second week, C, etc., and I
mi well pleased. I am sending you
:heck for $0.00.
MRS. B. T. TABOR.
A gain of 20 pounds a month
neans $10.00 a month that she
has been losing all these years.
Let us do the same for you.
PAINTER MACHINERY CO.
H. W. Pobst
/OR OLD AND Yny.i }
Tutt's Liver HUi Cct ? 1 . /
on tho dellcato f.n. .1.1 i. i. h/,i
oldago as upoa ibo wcarbus r.:an.
Tom and ttmpthtn the uxck Stomach,
Bovelt, Kidtuyi, and Bladder.
$1.50 PER YEAR
? A Christmas Present Worth
'The Hat Servant in Your Hour* "
Sellers Mastercrai't ^ W
The Tazewell Supply Co. jj
oocaraam isp; sat raresseso
Attention, Flour and Feed
Below you will find some attractive prices on flour
mill iced that will beut' close inspection and comparison
with any mill products that aro offered on tho market
tc-day. These prices are for ten days only and for
SW\r Brand Patent Flour, Per Barrel,_$7.00
H< me Middling,_._.- '2.10
Milk-Mor Good Dairy Feed,_._2.25
Good Cow Chop,_.2.00
Horse and Mule Food,_2.00
Scratch Feed, _._.? 2.15
Pure, Boiled Buckwheat Flour, 12 Lb. Bag,_. 75
Delivered Tazewell or North Tazewoll
STAR MILLING CO.
NORTH TAZEWELL, VA.
^?^-^1- ? 1 -' " ? "" u ?-? ?' ??'?-'.II ?MIT?
PAY CASH - CASH PAYS
THE XMAS STORE
We are showing the most
complete line of Q
in Southwest Virginia and
prices are within reason.
BED ROOM SLB?PERS