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J. N. H ARM AN
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
Coal. Timber, Farms. Houses
and Lots bought and jold.
Loans negotiated on Keal es
t?te a specialty.
Alex Dicken son
Cleaning and Pressing Clothes
Over Hawkins Plumbing Shop
1 urn now in sole charge af the Wrst
End t ieaning Shop, and will give all
work entrusted to me my individual
attention. The I irge amount of clean?
ing I have done for Taztwell ladie?
and gentlemen is testimony to the
character of work I perform and the
prompt delfveiy I make.
Give me a trial.
New and second hand bargains
in engine, sawmills', boilers, gaso?
line engines, wood working
machinery. If I haven't what
you want, can locate it QUICK
R. P. JOHNSON,
Mr. Ragland Writes Interesting
Letter on This Subject.
Madison Heights, Va.?Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thcdford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub?
les, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
Atter taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full?
ness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent rebel
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of just such troubles, proves
he real merit of Thedford's Black
Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c. n. c izr.
Schedule Effective June 29, 1913
Lv. Tazowoll for Norton,
9:44 am 3:04 pm
Lv. Tazewell for Bluelleld,
10:48 a in 0:39 pm
Front Bluelleld East bound.
9.15 a m for Roanoke, Lyncbburg,
Norfolk and all points on Shfuandoah
division, Pullman sleeper and cafe car
to Roanoke. Pullman to Norfolk.
Parlor car Rotinoko and Richmond.
Sleeper Roanoke and New York,
7.05nm daily for East Radfoid
Roanoke and Intermediate stations.
2;25 p ui daily for Roanoke, Lynch
burg and intermediate stations and the
Shenandonh Valley. Pullman sleeper
Qaty to New York Dining Car.
9.35 p m for Roanoke, Lyncbburg,
Rlchinond, Norfolk. Pullman sleeper
to Norfolk, and Roanoke to Richmond
8.10 a m for Kenova, Portsmouth,
Columbus, St. Louis and the weat.
Pullman sleeper to Columbus,
8.10 p m for Kenova, Portsmouth,
Cincinnati, Columbus.West, Nortnwest.
Pulluiah aleepor toCinclnnatl.Columbue
cafo car to Williamson.
11:30 a. m. for Williamson and in?
1.40 p m for Welch and Intermediate
stations. Pullman Sleeper, and 7:30 p
m for Gary.
Write for Rates, Maps, Time Table,
Descriptive pamphlets to any station
Agent, or to W. B. Bevill, Passenger
Traffic Manager, W. O. Saundors
Gen'l. Passenger Agant. Roanoke. Vn
Your watch should be kept in
good running ordre, else it will
v soon be of little use to vou.
Bring it in today and have it
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Etc., are here in good assort?
J. W. WHITLEY
NORTH TAZEWELL, VA.
Do You Want Your
If so, place it in The Home
Insurance Company, of New
York, N. Y., the largest inde
Sendent company in the Unitec
Live Stock Insurance Alst
all and see me, or writt
me that you want insurance ant
I will call and see you.
H. F. PEERY, Agen
North Tazewell, Va
Go get a tin - of STAG
and be rewarded by a
new thrill in smoking.
STAG has a LIVING FRAGRANCE
that is entirely original and entirely
The last pipeful of the day?or night
?is as fresh and tempting as the first.
Convenient Packages: The Handy Haif-Si.-e 5
Cent Tin, the Full-Sizo 10-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half-Pound
Tin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.
For Pipe and Cigarette
EVER-LAST I NG-LY GOOD"
Items for this, space are requested
Copy should be in this oflicc by Monda;
"Truly the light is sweet and pleas?
ant thing Tor the eyes to behold the
How thoroughly we acn appreciate
this inspiring saying after a period of
dark, gloomy, disagreeable weather.
Light is the emblem of beauty, puri?
ty and hope; ugliness, vice and dis
pair often take shelter in darkness.
The brightand cheerful days far old
number the dark and gloomy ones,
yet most of us are more deeply im?
pressed with that which does not salt
us than with that which is in ac?
cordance with our wishes, hence with
Rules and Regulations of the Board of
Health of the Town of Tazewell, Va.
Ordered, that the ruler, and regula?
tions of the Virginia Board of Health
be adopted in toto, as tiic rules and
regulations of the Board of Health of
the town of Tazewell, Virginia.
On motion duly made and seconded
the following resolution was unani?
On account of an epidemic of scar?
let fever, now prevailing in the town
it is ordered that preaching, Sunday
schools, prayer meeting,picture shows
dances and all quplic gatherings be,
and the same are hereby, prohibited
until the further order of this Board,
under the penalties prescribed by law, i
this order to be effective immediately;
and it is requested that all lodges, so- I
cieties, clubs and social gatherings be
discontinued until this Board declares
the dangerthe danger from the epi?
The prohibitions above mentioned
shall not apply to the High School De?
partment and the Sixth and Seventh
grades of the public school, which may
continue under the special regulations
On motion duly made and seconded,
it was unanimously resolved as fol?
Resolved: That as soon as a diag?
nosis of scarlet fever has been made
and quarantine established at any
house, it shal be the duty of the par?
ents and custodians of all children in
said house under fifteen years of age
to prevent such children from leaving
the premises where quarantine has
jbeen established, and from appearing
on the streets or public places of this
town, until quarantine is raised and
in event such parents or custodians
fail or neglect to comply with their
duty under this regulation they shall
be pnished as prescribed by law for
the violation thereof, this order to be?
come effective immediately on account
of the present epidemic of scarlet fe?
ver in the town.
It is further ordered that the last
two resolutions adopted at this meet?
ing be published for two successive
weeks in the Tazewell Republican and
the Clinch Valley News and that cop?
ies therof be printed in circular form
and distributed over the town.
On motion adjourned.
J. A. GREEVER,
ISAAC PIERCE, Secretary.
At a meeting of the Board of HeaUh
of the town of Tazewell, Va., held on
April 10, 1914,, present J. A. Greever,
acting Mayor and chairman;Dr.Isaac
Pierce and Dr. W. I. Painter.
On motion duly made and seconded,
it was unanimously resolved ns fol?
Ordered, that it shall be the duty of
parents and custodians of children to
immediately report to a member of
this Board of Health any eruptive
disease berufter occurring in their
family or which shall have occurred
therein six weeks prior to this date
until the further order of this Board
and in event such parents or custo<
, dians shall fail or neglect to complj
I with this rule or regulation they shal
be punished as prescribed by law foi
the violation thereof, this order to be
come effective immediately.
It is ordered that this order be pub
lisehd in the Tazewell Republican ant
Clinch Valley News for two success
5 ive weeks and that copies thereof b(
' '? printed in circular form and distrib
. j uted over the town.
1 J. A. GREEVER,
) ISAAC PIERCE, Secretary.
? NOTE?Scc.l713d (5) of the Cod
\ of Virginia provides that any pcrsoi
' : violnting anv rule or regulation o
'the local Board of Health shall b
I fined not less than $10.00 nor inor
t than $50.00 for the first offense an
not less than $25.00 nor more t ha
$100 for each subsequent offense.
from the ministers in the county,
y, or Tuesday morning at latest.
surface thinkingonc may question this |
statement. All days are good days
because they arc given us by a good
Father, so let us thank Him for
them, and never complain. "A pleas?
ant thine; it 's for the eyes to behold
the sun." .
T. H. CAMPHELL.
"God laid upon my back a grievious
A heavy cross to bear along the road I
I staggered on, till, lol one weary day I
Ait angry lion leaped across my way! |
I prayed to (Jod, and swift, at His |
The cross became a weapon in my hand !
It slew my raging enemy, and then it'
Leaped upon my back, a cross again! I
I faltered many a league, until at
Groaning, I fell and found no furth?
I cried: '0, God! I am so weak and i
And swift the cross a winged staff
It swept me on till I retrieved my loss
Then leaped upon my back again a
I readied a desert; on its burning
I still preserved the cross upon my
No shade was there, and in the burn?
I sank me down and thought my day
But God's grace works many a sweet
The cross became a tree before rnj 1
I slept, awoke and hnd the strength of |
Then felt the cross upon my back
And thus through all my days, from
that to this.
The cross, my burden, has become
! Nor shall I ever lay my burden down
For God shall one day make my cross
T. F. OPIE.
Strengthens Weak, Tired Women
"I was under a great strain nurs?
ing a relative through three months'
sickness", writes Mrs. J. C. Van De
Sande, of Kirkland, III., and "Electric
Bitters kept me from breaking down.
I will never be without it." Do you
feel tired and worn out? No appctito
and food won't digest? It isn t the
spring weather. You need Electric
Bitters. Start a month's treatment
today; nothing better for stomach,
liver and kidneys. The great spring
tonic. Relief or money back. 50c.
and $1.00 at your druggist.
An Old Chestnut But Still Applicable.
I The train was stalled in the mud of
I a Western wilderness, when a passen?
ger on the platform of the smoker
saw a pretty good hat lying out on
the mud nnd swiped at it with his
cane. He struck it fairly and a yell
responded to the blow.
"Great Heavens!" exclaimed the
? passenger, "Is there a man under that
i hat? Is that mud as deep as that?"
"Deep," replied the victim, "Why
' man, I'm standing on a load of hay!'
\ Reliable, Foley's Honey And
. Tar Compound.
. Just be sure you buy Foley's Honej
, and Tar Compound?it is a reliable
' medicine for coughs, colds, croup
whooping cough, bronichial trouble!
and la grippe coughs, which are weal
ening to the system. It also givei
1 prompt and definite results for ho.--.rsi
ness, tickling throat and stuffy ant
? wheezy breathing.
Clears Complexion, Removes Skin
Why go through life embarrassei
and disfigured with pimples, eruption
blackheads, red rough skin, or suf
fering the tortures of Eczema, itch
e tetter, salt rheum. Just nsk you
a druggist for Dr. Hobson's Eczemi
f Ointment. Follow the simple sugges
e tions and your skin worries are ovei
e Mild, soothing, effective. Exccllen
d for babies ana delicate tender skir
n Relief or money back. 50c at you
Look For Iho Colonel.
Earnest efforts are being made by
leaders of the Progressive party to
reach Colonel Roosevelt, now in the
wilds of Smith America urging him to
hurry home and resume leadcrsip
and guidance of the party. Appeals
have been even sent l<> the Brazilian
government to help Unit him and de?
liver to him the message from his po?
litical friends at home. Come quick
and help us they urge, guide us in
the tolls light,direct the light on Pres?
ident Wilson's Mexican policy, stir
things up generally and above all
give life to the Progressive party and
keep it from utter destruction. And
the Colonel, when he receives those
appeals, is likely to come home with
a roar that will startle the nation.?
Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser.
Flush out the accumulated waste
and poisons of the winter months;
cleanse your stomach, liver and kid?
neys of all imnuritios Take Dr. Kings
New Life Pills: nothing hotter lor
purifying the blood. Mild, non-grip?
ing laxative. Cures constipation ami
makes you feel fine. Take no other.
26c. at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all
Give Comfort to Stout Persons
A good wholesome cathartic that
has a stimulating effect on the stom?
ach, liver and bowels is Foley Ca?
thartic Tablets. Thoroughly cleans?
ing in action, they keep you regular
with no griping and no unpleasant
after effects. They remove that
gassy, distended folding so uncomfort
able to stout persons.
Age of Sunday School Scholars.
It is estimated that about 40 per
cent of North America's Sunday
School army of 16,000,000 are over
18 years of age. Probably 500,000
men have been added to the Sunday
Schools of North America during the
last five years.
Polcy Pidney Pills Successful For
Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble
Positive In action for backache,
weak back, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder troubles, P. J.Boyd. Ogle,
Texas, writes: "After taking two bot?
tles of Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumo
tism and kidney I rouble are com?
pletely gone." S; fo and effective.
A Large Congregation.
One of the largest congregations
in the world gathers at the American
Presbyterian mission at Elat, West
Africa. On a recent Sunday the at?
tendance at church was 6,800 and U47
were baptized. On the same Sunday
at Fulasl, an outpost of the Elat
church, 3,000 were present at the ser?
Your Money Back
If You Want it
Leading Druggists Will Refund Pur?
chase Price of Dodson's Liver
Tone if You're Dissatisfied.
Hawkins Pharmacy and Jno. B.
Jackson may not be willing to guar?
antee the safety and reliability of
calomel for constipation and slug?
gish liver, but these stores will am
do stand back of Dodson's Liver Tom
with an unconditional gunrantee tf
refund the full purchase price, (50c]
instantly without question if you an
not sntisfied in every way with Livei
Tone and its rseults.
If you take calomel, perhaps yot
; will seem to get temporary relief, bu
it often happens that the after effect
are at least unpleasant and some
times dangerous. Calomel in\ largi
doses is a poison and actually dead);
to some?perhaps to you?and hone
t its use means taking chances.
5 With Dodson's Liver tone you ar
' always safe. It's reliability is so cer
c tain that it can be sold with th
3 money-back guarantee. It is a vege
I table liquid, pleasant to take, and i
cannot harm. It clears up the dulle
and aching head and cleans out th
clogged system in what hany hav
found to be a wonderful way. Doc
g son's Liver Tone will do for you whs
. it has done for thousands?and yo
i, hun no risk in trying it. Ask Jn<
? E. Jackson's or Hawkins Pharmac
.? about Dodson's and the guarantee.
t Children Cry
j CASIO RIA
In 1881 there were in India (55,- i
728 in Christian Sunday Schools.Now
there are over GOO.OOO. North Coy- |
on hns one Sunday School mouther
10 every nineteen of population. Rev. ]
lt. B?rgel says: "I estimate that the
present Sunday School membership
?peaking sixty vernnculnrs in south- I
xn Asia today is TSii.OlMJ. The Indian I
Sunday School union now embraces
thirty-two auxiliaries ami they cov
ST Southern Asia.
i en .ion Notice
The Pension Hoard of Tazewell
county will sit at Tazewell on Fri
day, April 24th to amend and correct
the pension list. Pensioners whose
names are now enrolled need not at?
tend. A. St. CLA1R, Ch'm.
A Vegetable Element That is Rap?
idly Doing Away With the
Use of Calomel,
John E. Jackson is one of the first
progressive concerns to offer for sale
the new system of medicine that is
fast supplanting the useof old-fash?
ioned calomel as a liver medicine.
Nearly every one knows how easily
the liver becomes sluggish in this
climate and hi w this sluggishness ef?
fect no' o>iiy n'l the other physical
organs but the mind as well.
The signal towers of this dread
condition, which some call malaria,
are coated tongue, lack of energy,
dull eyes, constipation, sallow com?
Taken with regularity this proven
scientific liquid vegetable medicine in
the form of CARS WELL'S LIVER
AID will prevent or promptly relieve
all liver troubles.
On sale under money return guar?
antee by Jno. E. Jackson.
The Way of It.
.Most single men are homeless, and
Less happy than they should be;
Most married men, we understand
Are home less than they should be.
To Emma Louise Russell Kastnam
Executrix of James C. Bast ham,
deceased, anil the heirs of James
C. Knsthnni, whose names and res?
idences ure unknown:
Take notice that I shall on the 26th
day of May, 1014, move the Circuit
Court of the County of Tn/.ewell and
State of Virginia, to have marked re?
leased und discharged n certain Ven?
dor's Lien, reserved to Jsmos 0. East
ham, in a certain deed from the said
James C. Eastham to me, dated on
the 8th day of January, 1007, and re?
corded in the office or the Clerk of
said Court ill Deed Rook No. 01, page]
284, the said Vendor's Lien having'
been reserved to secure the payment
of Six Hundred Dollars ($000.00).
This notice is given under Section
2498 of the Code of Virginia, 1HK7, ]
and acts amendatory thereto, the un?
dersigned being owner of certain real
'estate affected by the existence of
I said Vendor's Lien. The properly so
affected is described as follows: Lots
Numbers 26 and 26 in Section 80, in
the town of Graham, Virginia, as
shown on a man or plan by the Gra
ham Land and Improvement Company
of record in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Tazewell County,
11. D. WASSUM,
OTIS E. ST. CLAIR.
Order of Publication.
In the Clerk's Olllce of the Circuit
Court of the County of Tazewell,
on the 23rd day of March, 1!?14,
Relic Mann, Plaintiff,
I Clint Mann, Defendant.
The object of this suit is to secure
la divorce for the plaintiff from the de?
And an affidavit having been made
and fllod that the defendant, Clint
Mann, is a non-resident of the state
I of Virginia, it is ordered that he do
ippear here within 16 days after due
publication hereof, and do what may
I lie ncce isary to protect bis Interest in
I this suit. And it is further ordered
that a copy hereof be published once
week for four successive weeks in
the Clinch Valley News, a newspaper
published in the county of Tazewell,
and that a copy be posted at the front
door of the courthouse of this county
I on or before the next succeeding rule
I day from the dale hereof.
C. W. GREEVER, Clerk
Minter & Mintcr, p. q._
CLINCH VALLEY COAL AND IRON
30 I! mad Street
March 25th, 1914.
The annual meeting of stockholden
of the Clinch Valley Coal and Iror
Company, for the Election of Direc?
tors and the transaction of such othei
business ns may be presented, will In
held at the office of the Company it
the town of Tazewell. Tazewell countj
Virginia, on Wednesday, May G, 1014
at four o'clock p. m.
FLOYD PRICE, Secretary
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ruckhorn Iron and Im
provemcnt Company will be held a
the law office of Chapman & Gillespii
at Tazewell, Va., Monday, May 11th
B. W. STRAS,
THE WAR OF BUSINESS.
Clear Eye, Strong Arm, Good Healt
Are Secrets of Health.
The man with the punch, both met
tal and physical, is the big busincs
Success of today.
His bodily health is the force be
hind his business possibilities.
The business world has no time t
listen to the grouch story.
Sour stohach, malaria, indigestioi
coated tongue and a hundred oth<
bodily ills come from an out-of-ordt
Calomel used to be considered tr
only relief. Modern medical scieiu
has provided a far milder and moi
pleasant form of liver relief in CAR}
WELL'S LIVER-AID, a purely vegi
tablo liquid remedy.
A large bottle can be had for f
cents at Jackson's Drug Store, whci
the purchase price will be prompt
returned in case you wish it afti
trying this wonderful remedy.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Hought, niul which has boon
lu use for OVor tiO jours, lias homo tho slgnaturo oC
? 11,1,1 luvs boon mado under his per*
( /\7*"^. *>???"? supervision ?lnco its Infamy.
y-*uteryy. /-etccAj/x Allow no onu to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations anil ".Tust-n.s-good'* nro hut
Experiuiouts that trifle with and oudimger tho health of
Infanta und Children?Experience against Uxperliuunt*
What is CASTORIA
Casforla is n harmless snbstltuto lor Castor Oil, Pnro
gorlo, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is plensnnt. It
contains neither Opium, Morpluno nor other Karcotlo
Bubatnnco. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fovorlshncss. For more than thirty years it
lias been In eonstaut use for tho relief of Constipation.
Flatulency, AVlnd Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd
Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Dowels,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy und natural Bleep.
?Tho Children's Fanacea? Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
> Bears Ute Signatur? of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop Over 30 Years
THE CCNTOUn COMPANY. TT MUHilAY DTntCT. mil YORK ? ITT.
1 Painless Extraction!
I OF TEETH I
TjiU I in- Surest, Safest ami Best Method Ever Us tl,
(?V No sore minis or ill effects from its use. A\
We have the besl equipped offices in I he city, ami are pre?
pared In give best service at reasonable rust.
OPEN BV BN1NGS UNTIL H P .M.
Pull Set of Teeth.$!??<>"
Very besl Set of Teelh (no heller made al any price .. $8.00
Out of town patients should write for appointments
ami have their work dune the same day they call.
Lady In Attendance.
All Work Guaranteed.
ICslahlisheil Six Vears.
Not in the Dental Association.
Dr. J. S. Comptcm
Over the 5 ami 10 ( nil Store,
Itluclichl, W. Yn.
Cannot burn?never leak?look well?and
are inexpensive. They cover the best homes,
churches, schools and public buildings all over
We have local representatives nlmost
??? everywhere, but if none in your immediate
locality, writo direct for samples, pric es, nnd full particulars to
CORTRIGHT METAL HOOFING CO., 00 North 23rd St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. _>_
The Name Burpee
and most beautiful Mowers? If so. it may prov
(n pottel - .w.l will ilo) for Th? Now Burpee A
that is Intensely interesting i" every one who gl
Is known the wnrM over as synonymous
with Tho B?tt Seeds That Growl Are
Vow willing to pay n fair price lor se?
lected seeds of the choicest vegetables
eol mutual Interest if you write to-day
nnuai. Thtojf? Wghlnook ol 1H2 panes
irdcns either for pleasure or profit. Shall
?W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., Philadelphia
Radford Summer Normal
\ The Itadford Summer Normal will offer all the courses usually of?
fered in summer normals for professional certificates'. Courses will also
l>? offered in preparation for examinations for lirst, second and third
grade certificates. Renewal of some forms of certificate's ih granted for
attendance. Free tuition to all teachers. Free tuition to all teach?
ers. Regular Hummer quarter of eleven weeks will also be ofTcred
with credit toward certificate. Expenses very moderate. Send for
EAST RADFORD, VIRGINIA.
Tho Cahoon ha. Iho. only dlacharser ?IcnUflcalljf
ron.lroclM to ?ratlor .red evenly In fn.n of the
operator and nnl aKilnat huperaon. \ caraolwOHd
widuuao prove II lo bo alinplr.t. mo?t ir.-iiraia -.ul
durable lfrojdea?l Sower made. So?* all ?minor
8run ?reil. Maila onllr-ly ol .tel. Iron, bris? and
cavy ranraa. Wldu brcaat plat, make. II "alert
lo carry. Needed on every larm. Komt alfalfa
ranehea have a doren. If dealer will md supply
you, Varel Po.t permit a u* toa.-nd h for 11.30 pre
paid In U S. A. or,In inlay. Warranled lo ?Ivo
aallffaclloD. fiivn ?etdltg bring! i. ? ?! A'-.i.-ef.
O00DKLL OOKrAKi lg Kalo St., Aatrlia, S. H.
Doing Well in West Virginia.
Brush Fork W. Va., April 21.
Editor News:?We aro getting on
very well. People are very much be?
hind with their spring work.
I think we nro going to have a fine
apple crop, but the peaches nnd pears
are all killed. There may bo some
cherries. Wo have had a very bad
winter nnd spring.
You will please send me a sample of
your alfalfa seed. Yours truly,
C. G. STOWERS, J