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Got your Fruit Jars from Spotts .J
Misses Jennio ami Evelyn Kitts |
are visitiug in Blnoticld.
Mr. J. J. Banner, ol Bluefiold, I
was among us tliis week, lie is|
with tho ?Patton House" in Blue
W. T. Watkins, Esq., ox-Mayor
of Buefield, now a commercial
traveler, bos rented a house on
Ta/.ewcll Avenue, and will move
bis family hero in time for the
schools next Fall.
Col. Jos. S. Browning was in tbo
city on court day. Tho Col. has
just returned from u visit to Blue
Mason's Fruit Jars at Dodd &|
M. T. Browning and W. M. Min
tor, attorneys, are attending court |
Dodd & Co. have a line assort?
ment of fishing tackle, including|
rods, lines, books, etc.
liev. and Mrs. Buff have been at
Lebanon for two weeks, Mr. Buff
has been holding a scries of meet?
Dr. A. I). Kstill, or Lexington, I
Va, is on a visit to Tazewell. Tbo
friehds and ncqtiuintaces of Iiis|
boyhood days are glad to have him
The fruit and vegetable season
is here, and Dodd & Co. have Ma?
son's Machine made fruit jais,v>ith
porcelain lined tops.
Mr. C. F. Hodges, of Bristol,
Tenn., will bo in Ta/.ewell about]
August 1st., to work with our pbo
togtapuer, Mr. 0. L. Williams for a I
few weeks. Mr. Hodges is said to |
be one ol the finest photographers
iu the State.
Dodd & Co. have n tine line of
glassware. You can g t six nice
glasses for 10c.
Mis. .hm. E. Jackson ami the
children have returned from t'.icir
visit east, and the Drs. face wears
a bright smile a in.
Frank Wall and Jno. Mo no are
painting Dr. Ja< kson's Drug Store.
And also the front of Hal man &
The appearance of things is much
Mr. Gee, M. Tumor, vtho was
with Dr. lacksou here lor snmo
time, is now in Pooaboutas with
Drs. Ualler and Stump.
The Hargrave property was sold
on Tuesday by order of the court.
Messrs. Sbarpo & Dohme were the
purchasers. The price paid was
Six nice glasses for 10 cents at
Dodd ci Co's.Is that cheap enough!
Mr. Jno. C. St.Clair entertained
a number of his friends last vVed ?
neaday evening at bis homo west
of town. The man who cant have
a good time at Mr. St. Clairs must
bo a peculiar kind of a "critter.''
Mr. W. H. Peery, of Peory and
St. Cluir, sent out a fine casket last
Monday for the body of Mrs. An?
drew Jones, who died at her home
near Cedar Bluff, on Sunday. We
have no particulars of death of Mrs.
The good and popular minister
Rev. J. 11. Wyse, of Burke's Gar?
den, was in to see us on Wednes?
day, lie has reached the inter?
esting point in his family life
where a double-seated buggy is a
necessity and hence bis visit to
town at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dannau left
yesterday morning for a few days
rest at Cedar Bluff.
We call attention to the new ad
of Tazewell College,
J. Frank Surface, T. M. Hawkins
jr., and other traveling men were
wero here on Tuesday, including,
of course, John Hicks.
Uov. Mr. French leaves to mor?
row for Montgomery White Sulphur
Springs, where h- preaches the
Sermon before the Royal Arch
School of Instruction.
Miss McGuire. who has beeu
spending a week in town with the
Misses Cooley and other friends,
left for her home yesterday, after
a most delightful visit.
(CONTINUED ON FIEST l'AOE)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
the bank of graham,
At Graham, Vn.f in the Commonwealth of Virginia, at the close
of business June 30th, 1899 made to the Auditor ol Public Ac?
counts of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Loans and discounts.'..$ 66,448.90
Duo from National Hanks . 13,2">0.50
Due from State Bunks und bankers. 1,844.5?
Real Estate, furniture and fixtures. 8,888.47
Current expenses and taxes paid. 1,241.09
Bills of other Banks . 478.00
Fractional paper currency, nickles and pennies. 8.31
Legal tender notes. 1,500.00
Internal Revenue Stamps. 197.00
Capital stock paid in.$ 31,859.59
Undivided prolits. 4,860.66
Individual deposits subject to check. 30,042.0:1
Time certificates of deposit. 11,755.5.'!
Certified chocks. 520.21
Duo to National Banks . 2,505.08
Due to State Banks, Private Banks and Bankers . 1,931.25
Notes and bills rediscounted. 2,380.00
SUte of Virginia?County of Tazewell, as:
I, J. C. Davenport, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and
belief. - J. ?. DAVENPORT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this It) day of .July 1899.
J. E. MORTON, N. P.
A. St. Olaik, I
j. yv. Hicks, ? Directors.
M. B. IjINKOUS| ]
Session Opens September 12.
Classical, Literary and
Experienced Faculty, Healthy
Location, Beautiful Scenery.
BUSINESS, ART and MUSIC DEPARTMETS
Affords the means ofa full lib?
eral education, both to young
men and women, on the most
For further information write to
H. S. Houskeeper, Pres.,
JOHN W. BOURNE
The lending merchant at
Gratton Va. keeps a complete
line stock of General Merchan?
dise, including meats, at the
RISK YOUR LIFE
Trying to save your
when it is l>eing
consumed by the
flames if you have no
MEN DO THIS?
/Vpolicy in a good
M company makes
/ you safe-yon run
no risk if you have a
Officers and others desiring surety
bo.ids can secure them from the
J. I<\ Hurt Insurance Agency, here
FOB YOUNG LADIES
Opens Sept. l?th. 1890. One of the
lending Schools For \%fr>g Larries in (he
Sontli. Magazines buildings, nil modern
improvement*. Cnntpusteu acres. Urand
mnuntain scenery in Vnllo.v of Vn.,
famed fur health. European nnd Ameri?
can teachers. Full course. Superior ad?
vantage in Art und Maxie. Students
from twenty-seven States. For catalog
uddress the President
Mattik P. Hauiiis, Itoanoke, Vn.
cial Coarees. Library of'22,000 Vollmes.
Well supplied reading room. Working
Ijubratory. Healthful location. Six
Ohurohee?No Bar-rooms. Very
Moderate Expense*, Aid Scholorshipx
for needy mi l deserving students. -17th
session begins Sept. 18th. Cntatogne,
with views, free. Address,
jumur D. Orkhkr. President.
..arrisson &Giilespie Bros.
Wo art? now closing out our stock of Indies,
misses and ohildrens ready-made garments,
including all wash goods, such as
Duck, pique, and crash suits,
dresses, shirt waists, skirts., etc.
The pries of the little dresses now are 25c, 40^
50c, 85c, $1.10, 81.37,81.65, $2.35 each.
Ladies coat suits $1.25 to $4 25 each.
Shirt waists 25c to 85c. These prices include all
waists that were 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and
$1.50 each. In addition to the above, we
oiler the 10c 124 and 15c organdies,
lawns, etc., al 8*c, 10c, and 12Jc.
Harrisson & Giilespie Bros
DO VOcJ FJrJ/lD
I SELL all the loading monthly
MAY HE a talk between you and I
about something to read would result
in our mutual benefit.
LET'S TALK about Magazines next
time you come in.
I MIGHT tell you a secret. Come
J. E. Jackson
CRUSHED fruit flavors mixed up
with shaved icemakt s a drink delight?
fully cool and refreshing. My fountain
is running lull blast.
DO YOU USE
If you do
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER
Turnip Seed in Bulk.'
. We are selling this season the
PURPLE TOP, STRAP
LEAVED TURNIP SEED
Jfi <j? fes6 *J?
We believe this seed will make the
best turnip for the table use or for
stock, that can be found.
If not allowed to freeze it will keep
sweet and tender all winter.
Buston & Sons
We beg to call your kind ?it
tion to a beautiful sample line/
of all kind of imported nnd do?
mestic cloth we are making
try doing an exclusively
'A j I chant tailoring business.
We are the only tailors in
this whole section of the conn-'
I Ii Pl?ying the Lost tailors and
- j I I thus enable us to give you a
.?perfect fit nnd to guarantee the'
suit to keep its shape.
We compete with all tailors, thus making suits atj
the same price we do, cannot give as good workman?
ship as we do, owing to their henvy expenses and
tailors, which will make as good a suit as we do, they'
have to charge you $10 to $15 more on a suit for the<
i reason of larger expenses than ours
GIVE USA TRIAL . . .
And our business connection will be to yours nnd'
our mutual advantage Hoping a kind patronage i
we are very respectfully,
j-leesl? 9 Apfelbaum,
Merchant Tailors and Uniformists,
KEYSTONE, W. VA.
Formerly Welch, W. Va.
Have you tried our
For bread, cakes and pies. If not why not?
Every barrel fully guaranteed.
All of our flours are made from best
i selected Virginia wheat and free from adul?
terations. Our choice white meal is the best
on the market. Ask your grocer for the
"Invincible," "Leader" or "Harvest Cream"
and you will have no other.
PROMPT^ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.
Cedar BlxLf f, "Veu