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Everything you need this spring for House Cleaning. Let us keep and advise you as to many labor and time saving hints. ? HANNAS LUSTRO-FINISH stains and varnishes with one application. It H gives Soft Wood Floors the.appearance of Hardwood Floors. It makes old 1 ? floors look new. It is the most sanitary floor. It catches no dust. It is the best interior finish on the market. It will make your old chairs, tables and ? furniture look like new ones. HANNAS GREEN SEAL PAINT is superior to pure white lead arid oil and 1 other mixed paints. Do not consider the cost of painting your house ?consid ? er the cost of not painting it. I The season is on. It is now time to buy your Paint, your Brushes! r Floor Wax, Floor Brightens, Enamels, Roof Paints, Floor Paints - I and Screen Paints. I KEIvI^Y J>l?*JO COMPANY Tjho J/toxail Store BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA II_? LOCAL ITEMS. $jjsK. 1). Baker anil son Curl, of Winchester, Ky., Bpont n few days in the Gap lust weck. ?Mrs. Statzer, of Arno, Bpent one day in the Gap last week ?JWiLl? Tier sister, Mrs. P. M sRcasor. ^Oliss Arkio Witt spent a few days in Bristol shopping lam week. HHarry Painter and si8tor,MisB Kittie,"of ?lueflold, W. Vit., .spent u few days in town hist Week, gin sis nl the Monti' Vis. to Hotel. " See Mrs. .1. P. Wolfe for new -patters, which will arrive every Werl; H Miss Spaulding nrrived in the BinpTuesday morning nnd will Have charge of the trimming dt?partinent of Mrs. J.P.Wolfe's inilliuery. i-3V Don't forget to visit Qoodloe -Brothers Millinery department and see the new spring models on display. B The latest models in suits and Omits with lints to mulch are on Display at Good loo Brothers. B The Wpmatis Home Mission ni \ Society of the M. K. Church South, will meet with Mrs. Otis Motiser, Thursday titter noon at I o'clock. 9 Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Beverly, V?f Norton, spent Sunday in town Hisiting the family of O. W. ^Beverly. H Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Morroll Hrere down from Preacher Sun day visiting A. d. Williams and .'futnily. ?M Oeo. A. Thorpe, a represunta EBve of the Bristol Typewriting '..Company, of Bristol, was a vis? itor in the (lap one day last Beek. Kotiert Ely, of Jonosvillu, ho is attending school at Km Very and Henry College, was in Hjown last Thursday to' appear Bofore the Medical Advisory jOSonrd. || Cj C. Kelly, superintendent ijyf the Black Mountain .Mining ?PoiiipQuy at St. Charles, was afisiting in town Sunday. ?4 ''? Tato was down from ?ppalachia Sunday afternoon Bisiling friends. II T; Kyans, of Appalaciiia, ?Vaa visiting in the Gap Sunday. I Pet your fresh fish at Pitul't. Bpafo. Shipment every Friday ???d Saturday. j Mrs. W. E. Wolf?; of Wilder, is spending a few days in town with her parents Mr. and Mrs (leorgo Brown; Miss Grace Wolfe, who is teaching at Coeburn, spent Sunday, ami Monday in the Gap with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). 0, Wolfe. WANTED?Highest cash prices paid for fat Catllej E. A HA BN KU, Big Stone Gap, Va. Wise Slemp, who is now making headquarter*) at the new mining (own r?f Crafisvillo, Ivy., spent a few days this week with relatives. K. W. Elannry und sister. Miss Emma Flonnry of Wise and niece, Misu Kate Cherry of Norton, motored down toj the < lap Sunday. Miss Madge Muncey. who is attending school at Lincoln Memorial University spent n few days this week at Ureen i ville, Tenn'., with her sister. Hon. .1. W. Chalk ley returned Friday from a two weeks husi ness trip to Richmond. Kov. J. A. Early, paster of the Methodist Church at Appa laeitia, was visiting in town Sunday afternoon. 1.. B. Howard, editor of the Cumberland Progressive at Ap palachia, was a business visitor in town Saturday afternoon. We sell the Knoxvillo Jour mil and Tribune pub'ishod every day in the week. It has the latest news dispatches. Paper arrives here same day as pub lisbed at 1 o'clock p. in, Where shall we deliver vours.?Paul's Cafe. Miss Bess Young, of Stonega, spent Saturday and Sunday in town visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Gifly. lion. Harry M, Smyth, of Tu/.ewell, was a visitor to the (lap Monday and gave this] office a pleasant call. Mrs. W. R. Peck will be hos? tess to the Lloyd Guild of Christ Episcopal Church Thurs? day ul I o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blessing left Sunday for Excelsior, W. Va., where they will spend a few days visiting relatives. Union service, at Christian Church Sunday evoning March Kith at 7:30 |A1I tire cordialy in viled to attend. Bring your last year's bat to Mrs. J. P. Wolfe's and have it made over JUST HAM bira]6i7a6igi^f?3L5iraJlsifZjri^ Down on The Farm b tlic ham used to taste good. Not much like the "Ham and." served now-adays at the restaurants. The rea? son *is largely due to the way the ham is cured and smoked. We have been fortunate in procuring some hams that will make you Think of Your Childhood Days I hey are extra fine. You had better order early before this lot is gone. Hisel's Meat Market 1 !n Polly Building. Big Stone Gap, Virginia mj ?--r----?I Baxter llorsloy, wlio has been attending school ut V. 1'. I. at Bluckaburg, returned to the Clap I,-,Kt week, where he wil', spend sometime resting from n several weeks Btny in the Huspital. Miim Mary Conner left Th?rs day for Norton) where she has accepted a position in Kuller Brothers department store. Miss Louise, Coodloe enter? tained a number of her friends riiursday afternoon ut the homo of her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Uoodloo, with a candy party for Miss Helen Kainsey of United, Pa, FOR BALE CHEAP.?Two horses weighing 1200 pounds each with wagon and harness complete. Apply to E. A. Compton 'it, Big Stone Cap, S'a. Mrs. Marvin Kelly and little son Erkiu Kamsey Kelly, spent a few duys last week in Louis villa shopping. Mr. and Mrd.C.S. Carter, Miss Nemo Vineyard, of the (lap, and Mr. Gardner, of Cincinnati motored to Norton Wednesday aftoinoor and bpent a few hours with friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wheeler and little sous, who have been living in the residence opposite the Episcopal Church moved Wednesday to a house near the Furnace. Miss Kathleen Knight return? ed Wednesday morning to Ab. ingdon, where she is attending school ut Martini Washington College, after spending a few days with her parents, Editor and Mrs. U. N. Knight. A cnblegram was received in tbo Gap last week by j. C. Ca >vood announcing the safe ar? rival of his sons Clayton and Clarence Cuwood in France. Claytou and Clarence were in the first call and left lust sum mer for Camp Leo at l'uturs ourg. Mrs. Joseph Grill, Mrs. Wayne Wright and little laughter, Mary Belle, spent a few days lust week with friends in Bris? tol. Mrs. Kreil Gibson and three little daughters, Esther, Kalu und "Snooks," left Monday for Birmingham, Ala,, where they will spend two weeks visiting Mrs. Gibson's sister, Mrs. Hugh P. Young. They will visit friends in Bristol before return hig home. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelly, Jr., and little . daughter of Wise, spent Wednesday in the Gap, guests ut the Monte Vista Ho? tel where Supt. Kelly obsdrved the work of the Grades in the Public School. G. K. Hull, who has a posi? tion with the Black wood Lum? ber Company, spent tbo week end in the Gap with Iiis wife, at the home of Mrs Hall's aunt, Mrs. S. W. Wax. Mrs. Hull was formerly Miss Frances Stone, of Bristol. Miss Nellie llorsley. who is attending school at Stonewall Jackson Institute, at Abingdon, has been in the Abingdon Hos-i pital for a few days, where she| had her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. Britt Smith and two daughters, Missus Cleo and i Cora rnoyed Tbursday to Black-j wood, where Mr. Smith has a position with the Blackwood Coal and Coke Company. Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Hisel, who have been living in the Polly Build? ing moved into Mr. and Mrs. Smith's residence Friday. Mr. O. b. Foruker, general manugor of tho' Southern Kail road with headquarters iu At. laute, spent Sunday tu the Unp with his cousin, Mrs. K. E. Goodloe. Misses Mary Elizsbeth Cloud and Esther Angle, who are at .tending school at Virginia In termont College in Bristol, this year, were the altract ive guests the week end of Mr. and - Mrs. \V. T. Goodloe. They were gueslsSuturduy night for dinner of Mth. K. E, Goodloe. ? Mrs J. 0. Smith end chil? dren returned Wednesday morning from a few duys visit to relatives in Knoxville. Branard Masters, the hust? ling hews hoy ami helper ut Hiscl's Meat Market had the misfortune of getting his fin? gers badly cut on a meat saw' Monday afternoon. Miss Helen Ramsey, who has been spending two weeks in the Gap visiting her aunts, Mrs. Marvin Kelly und Miss Mary Banisoy, returned to her home in united, l'a. Mise Ramsey was the honoree of several delightful social events during her Visit in the Gap. Miss .lean Mans -pent Satur day and Sunday in the Gup with Miss Knill Barron. I) ('. Wolfe is. preparing to put iti a large stock of dry goods and millinery in bis building on Wood Avenue in the store room recently vacated b) the Kbetric TransmissionI Company. The milinery depart? ment will he under tin- supervi? sion of Mrs. Wolfe and daught? ers vn hieb will bo ready for bus inoss some time Ibis week. Mr. Wolfe will continue hiisi. ness in his store on East Fif h .Street. Messrs. Ed B. Mousor and brother U;is Mouser were called to Lebanon, Ky., last Thursday night on account of the illness of their father. Mrn. Stella Harwell returned to the Gap last Wednesday from Imbodetl where she spent three weeks nursing Mrs. Alex? ander's father, Mr. Jordan. Mrs. Ji W. limit returned to her home at Dante lasl week lifter spending several days in tho Gap with lior father, J. P. Wolfe. Garret) Scott, Superintend? ent at Tremmel,the now Clinch field Coal Company's mines, spent Thursday in the Gup. Mrs. J. M. Willis returned Thursday from a two weeks I trip to Cincinnati and from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. H. II. Naff in Knoxville. Miss Bonnie Day, who has a position iu the Telephone Ex change in Dayton, Ohio, spent a few days last week in the Gap with Miss Lulu MahafTey. Major.]. F. Bullitt spent a few days last week at Kings port with his daughter, Mrs. Jas. B. CainbloB. D. c. Wolfe received a tele? gram Saturday morning an? nouncing the death of his sis ler, Mrs. Walter Smith at Holston Springs, Scott County. Mr. Wolfo ami daughter, Miss My rile, left on that afternoon train to attend the burial which took place .Sunday in the old Wolfe burying ground. lie sure ami visit Mrs. J. P. Wolfe's millinery before buying your spring hat. Donald Prescott, of the .Sub? marine Training station in Con? necticut, arrived in the Gap Thursday night, where he spent a few dn>s with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Prescott, Donald enlisted in the Naval Reserves last spring while he was a student at the L'nivnrsity of Pennsylvania and was culled into service last fall. ' Eugene Brown, a former Bin Stone Gap boy, who volunteer? ed for I ho aviation service sev? eral months ago, and has been stationed at Camp Decatus, 111., has boon transferred to a train ing school at Camp Peary near Chicago, Ho says he likes his work fine and is looking for? ward with great anticipation to flying. LOST?A $100.00 Liberty Bond Sorial No. 4,409,560, be tween Big Stone Gap and Ap palachia. Finder will please bring to this office and got lib oral reward. Germans aro said to be weaij ing clothes made of paper. The kaiser should be able to furnish thern some raw material if they can utilize "scraps." Get Ready for the Spring Drive ?BUY ALL NEEDED FARM IMPLEMENTS NOW. . . * If prices in nil lines continue to climb up?anil there is no reason to doubt that they will?you will make a consider? able saving by buying AT ONCE. Then, again, you may run the risk of disappointment if you put off buying till spring opens. Stocks in all lines arc running dangerously low. We still have a good supply, hut they are going fast We want to supply^ YOU before they give out. Smith Hardware Company BIG STONE GAP. VA. T.H E^UNMR Sl?-L CA*ft _ The ever-popular Kord family: ltunalxuit i\.l'<: Touting Car,* 100: Coupe, (tuiu.OU; Sedan,, fllOos renre ?enla t>nt one chassis -the world famous 1-"?? i-?I Model T?that wonder 6f simplicity and Vanadium itcel Then there is tin- hew addition of the Mflilol TOne Ton Truck Chaaati for fOOO t. o b. Detroit. Tbl? Iruek baa tbo Regular Kbnl motor but li.>t worm drive. It ha* been tliorou^lily tested lor more than two ycara, and will ?urely meet your wants and expectii Hons. There's never a doubt aa to Kurd cars iervlug MUlalactorlly and economically Give na your onler without delay, Coudltlou? are uncertain, Mineral Motor Company Bid STOKE HAP, VA. Just the correct term for present day farming, file fanner is IT? now?provided lie farms with IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY Don't grub along with faulty plows, barrows and other tools, while we have a complete line of the most perfect labor saving KAUM MACHINERY on the market. The man who neglects to get all possible from bis soil, s neglecting a gold mine right at bis feet. Our tools will help you to mine your gold. HAMBLEN BROTHERS BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA New Millinery Store Next Door to Ayers Drug Store Room Formerly occupied by Electric Company i This is the Millinery Store of Better Service and Better Stocks. Every day brings its new styles. You will find here all the new shapes for Spring wear. . Our line of Ready-to-Wear Hats is worthy of your close inspection. MRS. D. C. WOLFE BIG STONE GAP, VA. Buy your Stationery and Office Supplies from the Wise Printing Company.