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IS YOUR PASSWORD TO A
My dear Mr. Musiek:
I hardly know how to express
my application of your kindness
in securing this position for me.
It is certainly kind of you, and
indeed no one would have appre?
ciated it more than I. I shall
ever praise you for your kind?
ness, and whenever I can say a
good word for Piedmont 1 shall
be glad to do so.
I will give you this little in?
cident to show you where her
The day I began work here,
there was another lady from
Atlanta went to work with the
same facilities I had, only she
claimed ten years' experience
She stayed one week and said
she could do the work, if she
had a machine. She was pre
sented with a No. 10 Remington,
but no results. Another girl
came from Ashville and several
from Charlotte, but no stenog
rapher yet. This old Piedmont
student is still here.
While 1 wrote only forty-five
letters as my first day's work,
I wrote 107 letters yesterday.
This is surely an example of a
student from Piedmont and one
from else where. I am glad I am
Fifty Dollar Lady Stenographer.
Take the famous Gregg and
let us send you out, as a qualified
stenographer able to please the
public and command a handsome
salary. Our March Proposition
will interest you.
Sam Jack Musick. Mgr.
PIEDMONT BUSINESS COL?
LEGE, INC., Lynchburg, Va.
There is no bettor medicim- made
for coltla than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It acts on nature's plan,
relieves the lungs, opens the secret?
ions, aids expectoration ; snd restores
the system to a healthy condition.
For sale by all druggists.
TITfl breed to the common, or=
dinary turkey, when you can
raise them to weigh an average of 18
pounds at shipping time? It costs no
more to grow a fine turkey than it
does a scrub, then that extra weight
is clear money.
We have young Toms weighing
22 pounds now, (Jan. i), and hens
that weigh 16 pounds. Get you some
before they are all gone. Only a
limited number kept back. Prices
reasonable. Write us at once.
BURKE S GARDEN MILLS
John P. Gose, Prop.
BURKE'S GARDEN, VA.
as well as business letters only the very best of stationery
should be used. Musi people to whom you write form
opinions from the stationery you use. Create a favor?
able impression by using only the best letter paper.
Buy your stationery needs of us and you'll always get
Highest Price for
1 want all the trappers and dealers to know, that I
will pay them at home New York prices, for their furs.
I have been in the Business 23 years, and a trial ship?
ment I will convince you "who to sell your furs to"
Reference. The Merchants and Farmers Bank, Rich
G. W. BALL
Local News !
* John T. Keesee, Esq., of
Baptist Valley, and his son. Ty?
ler, were business visitors to
town this week.
C. P. Harrnan sold his fine
pair of Percheron mares on
Tuesday to one of the visiting
horse buyers, lie received .$450
for the pair.
If you are in the market for
wire fence let us quote you
prices. PeeryandSt. Clair.
George II. Moss, of Burke's
Garden, was in town several
days this week. He will soon
undergo an operation for the re?
moval of his appendix in a short
time, having suffered from the
disease for a year or more.
I Forty (40) head of steers,
[coming 2 years old for sale. Good
I cattle. Jno. T. Kessee,
North Tazewell, Va.
Feb 12th, 1912.
W.P.Payne is. rapidly tret
ting Btronger under the care of
Dr. Painter. His son, 0. C.
Payne, is staying here with him.
The young man will soon com?
plete his law course making use
of his father's library, and will
soon be ready lo practice.
We arc now prepared to fur?
nish the best grade of grass
seed. Peery & St.Clair.
Mrs. H. Claude Pobst is still
detained at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Hard, in Lynch
burg, on account of the hitter's
illness. It i3 feared that she has
suffered a slight stroke of
Special prices on furniture,
mattresses, springs, cooking and
heating stoves, steel ranges, etc.
Buy from your home merchant.
You can often save money by
The Tazewell Supply (!o.
('has. Gillespie, Esq., of Bris?
tol Tonn., and Mrs. W. B.
I Gillespie, of Ell Paso, Texas, are
visiting relatives ami friends in
Burke's Garden and other sec?
tions of Virginia.
Mrs. John St. ('lair was in
Pocahontas last Thursday, where
she organized a missionary so?
ciety in connection with the
Methodist church there. The
society starts with eleven mem?
Special prices on wall paper
Iall of next week. Any price
any kind of designs. Have a
look. .1. F. Alexander, he pays
WANTED four pounds of
nice yellow butter per week by
parcel post. This is money in
advance and ship from postoffice.
Who will answer? Address box
:ir>(;, Williamson. W. Va.
: Dr. J. N. Rhudy has accepted
. the position as agent for the
Mountain City (Tennessee) Mar?
ble Company. His announcement
and ad will appear in next issue
1 of this paper.
The voting contest is sure
warming up at the Amuzu. Miss
Nancy Hawkins leads. with
Misses Brittain, Pendleton,Turk
and Coulling lighting for second
You have two more nights, get
in the fight! Help her get a nice
chafing dish free.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brewster
delightfully entertained a num?
ber of their friends at progressive
rook Thursday, Feb. (ith, in
honor of their cousins. Misses
Clara and Ella Lit/., of Graham.
Rook was participated in until a
late hour, when delicious re?
freshments were served in three
The young daughter of presid?
ing elder Hurley, who has a
slight atlaek of scarlet fever is
getting along nicely. The
seventh grade of the public
school, in which she was a
student, has been dismised, until
the disease disappears. The
; thorough quarantine exercised
by the town authorities will pre
I vent a spread of the disease, it
It is reported that mischievi
ous college boys have planned
to turn loose a full cage or two
j of rats in the ranks of the
j Suffragette parade at Washing?
ton, March 4th. No use. It is
j stated that Mrs. Catt, the dis?
tinguished Suffragette, will be
: in command on the occasion.
Bill Bowser, the young Smy the
county boy, who has given the
town authorities some trouble in
the past few weeks, was arrest?
ed last Saturday on a charge of
being incorrigible and obstreper?
ous, and sent to the reform
school near Richmond. The boy
can be held in the reformatory
until 1 e is 21. The boy is very
ignorant, and is not believed to
have had an equal opportunity
of learning as his fellows.
Circuit Court begins Monday.
From present indications this
term will be one of the shortest
for years. Few have been sum?
moned before the grand jury,
and the criminal docket will be
very short. The usual number of
holiday cases did not materilize
this year, due, the Common?
wealth's Attorney thinks, to the
good effect the election of Wilson
r/as had on the country.
A. de! Castello
(Office over Merchants' & Farmers'
RICH LANDS. VA.
Rev. E. L. Ritchie, the former!
pastor of the Lutheran church
here, lias gone to Bristol, where
he has accepted the pastorate of
the church in that city.
The property on Tazewell
avenue belonging to John W.
McCall, wan sold Wednesday to
C. II. Reynolds, who bought the
place for the Baptist church, to
be used as a parsonage.
FOR RENT 2 offices in St.
( lair Block. Apply to W. E.
Judge J. H. Stuart, of Roa
noke, was here last Saturday
and Sunday on business. The
judge is" in better health than
James Hawkins, of the Haw?
kins' Pharmacy, is in a Rich?
mond hospital in a critical
condition. Reports received here
by his physician, Dr. Gillespie,
hold out little hope for his re?
A double wedding occurred
in Thompson Valley yesterday
when Miss Rachel L. Khudy be?
came the bride of Dr. John C.
Harrison: and Miss Eliza Ida
Harrisson the bride of Mr. J.
Prof. T. H. R. Christie, Blue
field; .lames Brown, Cedar Bluff:
the Hales. Falls Mills and Blue
stone; Kinzer, Clear Fork;
Yates, Tip Top; Ceo. H. Moss
and Prof. Greevor, Burke's Cal?
den; Bowling, Cedar Bluff;
Chas. Harman, Maxwell; were
among welcome visitors to this
office on Tuesday.
A meeting of the Eastern Star
will be held in their hill here
tonight, which is expected to bo
attended by a large number of
the members of the town and
i community. Several candidates
will he initiated into tbe
A. M. Millard, the well known
I builder and contractor, made a
business trip to W. Va. last
week, and about the same time
hi* daughter, Miss Allie went to
Charleston, W. Va.. to attend
the funeral and burial of her
cousin. Miss Graham, whose
death is reported elsewhere in
Tbe annual rummage sale, of
the cemetery improvement asso?
ciation, is in progress in the
old Harrisson house in this
town. Tbe ladies have collected
an unusual amount of desirable
clothing, etc., which they will
sell at reasonable prices.
The Tazewell Musical Club
will give an entertainment, a
minstrel show, in the High
School Chapel Tuesday night,
and at Pocabontas Wednesday
night. The members of the club
have made extensive prepara?
tions for the show.
Our distinguished contem?
porary, Thi! Lynchbure News
has, again laid itself liable to
prosecution by the Gate City
Herald. In a recent issue The
News copied an editorial from
the Clinch Valley News, and
credited it to the Gate City
paper. Brother Boatright may
not care to father weak pro?
ductions, and as this is not the
first offense of The News, this
gentle hint is given to avoid
trouble. Apology should be made
to the Herald at once.
Two interesting lectures will
be given in the High Schooll
chapel on tomorrow night and
j Monday night 15th and 17th,
by Prof. Louis Lyford Plummer,
"The man with two messages".
Stereoptican and kinetoscope
moving pictures will be used to
illustrate the lectures. Saturday
night, "The Boy of Tomorrow".
Monday night. "A summer in
Europe". Large numbers of
pictures will be shown. The
papers all over the country speak
in high praise of these lectures.
Proceeds for benefit of High
Miss Crockett's Musical.
Miss Ressie Crockett's music class
nuve a iceital Wednesday evening,
which was attended by a number of
patrons and friends. The following
program was rendered:
Duet, Jingle Bells. .Fearis
Mamie Peery, Virginia Peery
Flowers of the Forest. . .Burns
Little Indian Boy.F. Dietz
Evening Prayer.* . . . Loeschhorn
Duet, Hunting Song,.J. Low
Home Sweet Home.Avery Weber
Little Frog Dance.Cramer
Duet, Hood Humor,.Lou
Dance of the Wood Sprites, Fornian
This offer is f 'T SPOT CASH?any quantity from o te pound to owe
barrel. In securing the sugar at above price you have tu COME TO
OUR. PLACE OF BUSINESS. We will not deliver, by dray or other?
wise, any sugar at the above price The above offer is subject to .ho
stock on hands, consisting of one car loud.
The Tazewell Supply Co.
Mr. Geo. W. St. Clair went to
Lynebhurg yesterday, where the
argued for the bondholders in
the receivership case of the Big
Vein Pocahontas Coal Company.
Messrs. H. Claude Pobst and
C. W. Steele have purchased the
controling interest in the F. W.
Pendleton Insurance Agency,
and will transfer the business on
the books to the Clinch Valley
Insurance Agency, and close out
the business of the Pendleton
agency. Policy holders in the old
agency will be well taken care
of in the Clinch Valley Agency.
stiilcn rut of the Kiuanoial Uondltlon of
Bank of Clinch Valley
located at Tazewell, In the stnto of Vir?
ginia, nt tlu close of business, on the 4th
day o( Kcb. 1913, made to the State Cor?
poration (Join mission.
I .nun* nnd discount*.f:UI i'.'.i 7?:
Ovurdrafia, lecurud.S S7JK
Omeoured tUIHtM. 1,784.19
Ilnllils, aOOUrltiOB, I'le. owned.
Including premium on saino. ?: mum
Banking House mm Lot. 10.OU0.OU
Rxehangosandcheck? for next_
days clearing* ?ituM
Other eash items 2.40
Hue Irom National Hunks. 1UJSB.05
line ijoin stati- Itanks, Private
Itnukcr* mid Trust cnmpniiics. 44.06
Paper Currency. I4JNT.O0
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and . 'cuts. 108.4,?
Hold coin. 4U3.00
Silver coin. 770.00
Capital slock paid in.8100.000.00
Surplus rund r?.ouo.oo
i n livlded profits, leas amount paid
lor interest, expenses mid tuxes... 8JHS.7I
individual deposits subject to check..134,808.04
fusilier's checks outstiiiulliuf lli.iiO
Duo to National flanaa 1,887.15
Due to State DanKS, Private Hankers
ami I rust I'inn pilules 1,070.'."W
Roaervod for aoourod taxoa ? l'7s.oo
Uescrvc tin- I'neariicd discount .1,100.00
I, 11 i nky PRESTON, Cashier, do sol
emnly swear that theahoveis a line state?
ment ol the financial condition of the Hank
of Clinch Valley, located at Tazewell, In
the State of Virginia, at the close of liusi
iiesson the Uli day of fab. 1913, to the
best ot my knowledge anil belief.
IIknkv Phkstox, Cashier.
Jno. (' St. (Mali, )
A. St. Ulalr, > Diieotois.
.1. It Meek. S
stale of Virginia. County of Tazewell.
Sworn to anil subscribed before nut by
Henry Preston, Cashier, this 7tb tiny of
Grat M. Mullin.
My commission expires April nib, 1916
Statement of the Financial Condition of
located at Richlands, in the county of
Tazewell State ot Virginia, at the
close of business February 4th, 1913,
made to the State Corporation Com?
Loans and discounts .... $82,398.33
[Overdrafts, secured, $...
unsecured. 1,085 20
Ronds, securities, etc.,
premium on same. 4,585.87
Exchanges and checks for
next day's clearings ... 1,374,16
Due from National Banks 49,319.28
Paper currency. 8,638.00
l Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents .... 129.79
I Gold coin. . . . 220 00
I Silver coin. 270.70
Capital stock paid in_$25,000.00
Surplus fund 8,000.00
Undivided profits, less
amount paid for in?
terest, expenses and
I Dividends unpaid. 7.50
j Individual deposits, includ?
ing savings deposits... 89,688 26
I Time certificates of deposit 22,870.42
I Cashier's checks outstand?
I O. B. Orr, do solemnly swenrthnt
the above Is u truo statemert of the
lltmncittl condition of The Men-Imnts &
Farmers lnnk. Incorporated, located
at Rklilnnde, In the County of Taze?
well, State of Virginia at tho close of
business on the 4th day of February
1!H3, to tbe beat of my ability nnd
0. b. Orr, Cashier
W. R. Williams, '
Jno. A. McKenry,
Geo. W. Oney.
Stato of Virginia, County of Tnzn
well?sworn to and subscribe.! before
me by C. B. Orr, Cashier this 10th day
o.' February, It 18,
W. B. Spratt Notary Public,
My commission expires Nov., 29 1915
Report of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
at Pocahontas, in the State of Virginia
at the close of businscs, February
Lnnns and Discounts. . . .$220,198.77
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S Bonds til -n-enre
Hunk in); House, Furniture,
and Fixtur . 10,000.00 j
Due from National Banks
(notteservc agents) 38,164.56 j
Due from approved Res?
erve AgeniB. 23,660.061
Checks other c ish items. 895 52 |
Notes of other National
Banks. 2,140 01
Fractional pnper currency,
nickels, and cents.. 304.05 |
i Lawful Money Raserve in
Bank ,viz :
notes_ 5,120.00 20,668.101
: Redemption fund with U.
I S, Treasurer (5 per
j cent of ciiculution) 1,750.00
I Capital slock paid In.. . .$35,000 00
Surplus fund. 20,000.00
Undivided Profits, lesp ex?
penses and tnxes paid 4,263.30
National Bank Notes out?
Due to other National
Dividends unpaid. 210.00
Individual deposits sub?
ject to check.131,773.30
Time certificates ofdeposit 124,961.81
Certified checks. 314.92
Cashier's checks out?
State of Virginia, County of Tazewell
I, Jas. H. McNeer, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly sweai
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
JAS. H. McNEEU, Cashier.
H. W. Hicks, 1
John Roberts, > Directors
W. R. Graham. )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of February, 1913.
Keport of the onndltlon of
lUIJUUl'll 11ujuivi1uij 1/111111)
at Tu/esvoll, in the Statu ot Virginia |
at the close of busimss, Feb.
I.ciiu- unit discounts. f .lH MM!
Overdraft*, secured anil unsecured.. l.WOS.i". I
U. S, Hoods to secure circulation_ ttu.mi.nj
U.M. lion.is to sccuro O. 85. Deposit? l.OUI.m
llouds. securities, et . IT.WO.Oi
ItiinkitiK llouso, furniture and fixtures t,SOU.00
One frnra Nun.iiiul Hanns (not
recurve uiruutsl. 80,912.31
Ouu rrom Stute and Private Hanks
Hiul Hunkers, Trust Companies,
and Sat iiiya Dailies ..v.:.-..
t)uo rruiu approvod reserve avents .. S3.103.0J
; Checks and other cash Items.16? ?3
Note? of other National Hanns .. 1,725.00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents . 10814
Uwrui, Monky Hassum in Hank.
l.i-Krtl tender notes . 3.000.00. 29.257.55
Uedemiiion mini with I'.m Treusuror
15 per cent of circulation). 3.000.00
Capital stock p.ild In. 00.000 00
Surplus rund . OU.OOO.Ou
Undivided prollts, less expenses and
taxes paid . iv.73t.93
National Hank notes outstanding .... 60.H00.00
Due to other National llsuks 601.26
Individual deposits subject to check 388,725.94
Coitilled checks 3,130.00
Cashier's chocks outstanding 6.00
United States doposlts . 1,030.00
Kosorved for Unenrnud Discounts, 4,000.00
. Total .?598,187.12
State of Virginia, county of Tazewell.ss:
! I, W. T. Oillespie, Cashier of the I
Hbovc-naineti hank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the j
best of my knowledge and belief.
W. T. OILLESPIE, Cashier.
J. W. Cbapmnn,
J. S. Glllespte,
W. L. Mooie.
SubsetIherl nwl sworn to before me|
th s 7th day of Feb. 1913,
Ja in es W. Harman,
appeared in your paper some
three weeks ago, entitled "Too
many yellow breeches."
In the first place, we were not
aware that you were a road
official, altho' we did know that
a majority of the men and boys
of the town have had some posi?
tion with the county since the
road work started. Why is it
that you feel duty bound to reply
10 our letter, while the com
nunications of T?te Harman,
ind W. P. Payne were passed by
vithout comment? Was it not
oecause you knew they would
go after you rough shod if you
offered to critici.se facts, euch aa
they set forth?
If you hire a man to build a
plank fence and be measures
every plank from three to five
times before he saws it in two,
and you were paying him by the
day, wouldn't you think he was
wasting time at your expense?
Or of if you hire a boss to over
l see your farm hands, don't you
think you would have a right to
criticise him if he was wasting
your time and money? You in?
timated that Thompson Valley
citizens do not know when a
road is poorly built. I didn't
discuss the manner in which the
roads are being built. Of course
a Thompson Valley farmer is not
supposed to know a good road
from a bad one, but to be sure,
any man or boy who has lived in
town all their lives, and never
owned a horse or drove a wagon
and would not know whether
the hame string went at the top
or the bottom of the collar, of
course this wise guy ki ows all
about road making.
Perhaps you humble corre?
spondent does not know a good
road from a bad one, but the
"yellow pants" article was sug?
gested by conversations with
?ome of the best citizens of our
community, but they live in the
land of ignorance in Thompson
Valley, so their opinion is of no
value whatever. If you are so
well posted on the rtad doings
in this section, will you kindly
iell us who paid the surveyors
for the time they were loafing
at a certain store in tbis com?
Furthermore, I would like to
ask you how many times was
the piece of road made by Kin
cer & Vermillion, leading up
Cavitt's Creek, which is given
up to be the best piece of road
in the county; how many times
was this piece of road surveyed?
If you do not know, ask Mr.
If the good people of Thomp?
son Valley have a grievance let
them make complaint to the
Board of Supervisors or the pro?
per road authorities. The boys
in "Yaller Breeches," we take
it, obeyed orders.- Ed.
C A S T O R I A
In Second-Hand and
Taken in exchange for the
Sweet-Toned STIEFF. All
in perfect condition ai d fully
guaranteed. Priced fn;m $165
Also a splendid bargain in a
slightly used Stieff. Write
for price and terma.