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Get Ready" for Spring.
Make your house look new. make it sanitary, save money by using Five pounds will cover 300 to 400 square feet at II cents a pound. We will be glad to furnish you designs for your rooms?ask us for color cards. Cheaper than wall paper, lasts as long and there is no chance of hidden germs to rob you of health and happiness. ?r*' I ^9ui. /-^. jT?* f a will cover a multitude of "sins" makes old things look new, and helps to preserve your woodwork. Try it on everything about the house of wood or iron your porch chairs, your floors, your refrigerator, your radiators. We are still sole agents for fcfcJL^. c&: JVT J?> PAINTS the house paint that has no superior In quality, but saves you money. Do you want to buy linseed oil at $1.75 a gallon, i which you do if you buy ready-mixed paints)? You don't, do you? Well, just get a bucket of L. & M. Paint, mix 1 gallon of oil at 95 cents, and you have 2 gallons of mixed The Rexall Store i ! is I I.itiun, of Kudu, spent W ' i ( ' .litis rt'l timed Fri? day from it business trip through liussell und Buchanan Tite Woman's Foreign Mis? sionary Society will hold its regular monthly meeting with Mrs i >'i. Mouser this (Wednee und littlt) daughters; Louise anv tfl?roritie; of l'nn v illc, Kv..i were tlie guests of Jddge arid Mrs. II, .\. w. ?kueiia over Sunday. Tile second quarterly ineot ingdf the Southern Methodist Church will be held at thin place on next Saturday and Sunday. He v. .1. W. Kader, thf presiding elder, will preach Saturday morning and Sunday. A full attendance Is expected. niture. The amount agreed | upon in tho settlement ?ks -i,? Uov, Uoorgc II. Gilmer, of Draper, Va.j will preach for the Presbyterian congregation I at tins place, m the Rpisoopal' church, on the second Sunday in April. All members of the Presbyterian congregation are urged to bo*present on ibis oc? casion, and the public general? ly is cordially invited to attend.1 Mrs. (i. ('. Qilmer returned Ibis wi ek from a visit to hur i son in Bristol, While working an f'cdger" in Kord & McDonald's saw mill near Clinchport last week, Worloy Taylor was caught l>y i ho shafting and whirled around many times resulting in injuries from Which it will probably take several months in recover. Mr. and Mrs. I). VV. Littroll, of Rye Cove, Scot' t'o., spent several days of last week in the Gap having some dental w-ork d??ne by l)r. C K ' ireear. Rev. R. K. Sutherland, pastor of the M. K church, South, at this place, returned SV< ilnesday fri hi a \ isit to his Mr. Parks, the manager of the Monte Vista, who is looking after the alternations fpV the Home Building Company (who also own the Monti- Vis la, h is already had a number of aopii cations for the Toiiraiho apart; ments.bosides that of Mr. fuller and he anticipates no difficulty in leasing all the apartments as S?on as thev :itm ready for 0C ! cupnney. The rental will be I according to the number and I location of the rooms in the apartment. Look out for the Announcement of Fullers' Millinery Opening Next Week. 1 A full line of Chattanooga Plows and Plow Supplies at Hamblen Bros. 1912. Spring and Summer Opening New York Pattern Hats Beginning THURSDAY. MARCH 20th. J. M. Willis & Co. interstate Finance & Trust Co. lus $60,000.00. nut- the bntloCft upui: Prepare Now tor the Summer Normal. ami IMInu ( uses formerly supplied to keep? er's of Normal students are now on sale at Now is the time to get your supply if they will not be supplied l>v tjie management of W. W. TAYLOR & SONS. Harroa Witt, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Jftico First Floor Intormont Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA Correapondenoe Sollrltod.