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title: 'Clinch Valley news. (Jeffersonville, Va.) 18??-current, November 12, 1915, Image 4',
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and?tkere is a
nre built to last nnd the
building materials nrc
genius, all xtfool fabrics,
(inest trimmings and
land tailoring ? lots of
If you're thinking
" sty 1 e"," value and
"HIGH ART' ?
^ou'll never be accused of having a "wrong
We are tltou^Wt more of for these clotlies vOo sell.
Assortments arc now complete. Cull on its while
you'ie thinking of it.
ONE OF MANY
1IIG! t ART MODELS
John S, Bottimore
Clothier and Furnisher
Kose ol Puradisc.W hile
When My Ship Comes in. .. .
. .Go\ erneur Morris
The Double Traitor. .Oppenheim
Tlu Gringoes. Bower
.Money Master.. .Gilbert Parker
Tin.- foolish Virgin.Dixon
A l ull line til 50c books.
The ffiexail Store
Virginia Commercial and
Shorthand College, Inc.
Kail enrollment to date 50 per cent larger than last
year. Broad, Strong Courses in BOOKKEEPING, PEN?
MANSHIP, BANKING, SHORTHAND, TYPEWK1TING,
ETC., under expert instructors. Steady demand for our
graduates for the better office positions. Hoard at low
rates. Write today.
S. P. BROWN, President,
You Have Watched
This Space For
Wc are glad to announce that
we have completed a new stone
dam, and have an abundance of
We are now ready to give you
service, and solicit your patron?
BURKES GARDEN MILLS
BURKES GARDEN, VA.
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Mayor H. R. Hawthorne returned
Tuesday from Richmond, where he
! Local Mirror |!s;sL^p,,i-,*i'?*B*"
A few Jersey Heifer Calves For
J. G. HUSTON.
Dr. J. G. Kelly will leave Sunday
morning for Boston. He has received
good offer from the United Drug
When you think of Christmas think Co- 10 ?U tho "Rex*n" Kot)ds and
of photographs. j wi" ,ook over thc>
Mr. K. L. Greevcr was in Bluefield
When you think of Christmas pho?
tographs think of Black's studio.
the first of the week on business.
You need offer no apology for pho
Willie Heese llowen received a fine
tographsi given"for Christmas" if 'they ,luic "tomobile last Saturday, which
are made at Black's studio. I ?L> through from Koadford.
Mrs. Joe Rosenbaum is visiting in
Jack Williams, 23 year old son of
Judge S. W. William, is dead at his
home at Wythevllle.
All kinds of Jewelry at Pobts't.
Mr. Glen Hiley, of Canebrake, spent
Saturday and Sunday with his par?
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Kiley,.
Mrs. Mattie Spotts and Mrs. Rose
Spotts, two well known and much
beloved women, former residents of
this community, are here on n visit to
i > latives and friends.
There will be preaching in the
Burke's Garden Baptist church next.
Sunday at. 11 a. in., and 3:16 p. m., by
the pastor, Rov. Mr. Campbell.
Ml8. .). II. Cillespie, jr., of Tiptop
came down to Tazewell Saturday after
noon to havo her baby boy's picture
made at Black's Studio.
] On another page will be found the
advertisement of the Krank Heller
, ick Company, wholesale commission
[ merchants, of Philadelphia. The
firm's business has improved wonder?
fully in this section and they hope
: to double their shipments this year.
They are an old established firm and
their credit is of the best. Ship your
turkeys Thanksgiving and receive the
highest market price.?Adv.
Dr. Thos. E. Pcery, of Bluefield, the
well known specialist, is in the com?
munity, on a hunting trip.
Just received a line lot of Mower
mlbs of all kinds at Pobts't
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wynn '.ere the1
guests of W. P. Harmon Thursday!
tnd Friday. Thye had a pleasant vis?
it. Mr. Wynn owns one of the best'
f;.rms in Crockett's Cov ? and is a 80C
Made Over Agnin.
Mrs. Jennie Miner, Davidson, III.,
writes: '"I can truthfully say Foley
Cathartic Tablets are the best 1 have
ever used. They are so mild in action
1 feel like I had been made over
again." They keep stomach sweet,
liver active and bowels regulrr. They
banish constipation, indigestion, bil?
iousness, sic headache.
FOB SALE?; Two pure-bred Berk-|
. hire shonts, $10.00 each. One male,
|6.00. Same litter. March pigs.
Cane syrup, home-made, 7.r>c gallon.
Keiffer Pears, 91.50 bushel.
Hurry, drop card. S. J. PETERS,
Tazewell, Va. 10-22-.'U.
Mrs. Vide Saunders Burgess will!
iccept congratulations of her many i
Tri,'inls in this section upon the mar-j
ringe of her daughter, Miss Alcnc,1
which happy event took place at the'
liome near Graham last Wednesday.
The forutnate groom is Mr. Malcolm!
Lee Worrell, of the United Slates
Narcissus of all kinds, also hya?
cinths, tulips, crocus, OXalis bulbs,
itc at Pobst's.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Beavers, of
North Tazewell, were visitors to town \
Saturday with three pretty, bright1
ihildren. They brightened this office
for a while by their presence. They ;
?ame up to have the children's pic- j
ores taken by Mr. Black, the photog
Next Sunday the r.ior.iing service
:: the preaching service at the Chris
ian church. Our resident friends j
ind strangers are cordially invited.
W. S. BULLARD, Pastor. !
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Prescriptions brought to our store
are accurately compounded by grad- I
uated, registered druggists. We use
only first class drugs. This insures |
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?M"M"M"M"lM1 ll 1 'M 11'Mil I 11 M
J. H. Heldreth
AUTOMOBILE FOB HIRE
Trips made at reasonable
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The long nights are now coming on ;
fast and you will want to read, but
lent your eyes tire. Have Pobst ex
imine your eyes and lit you with
passes. No charge for examination.
John Smith, a colored miner of
S'orthfork, W. Vn, was killed by a fall
? f slate in the mines at that place last;
Saturday, The body was brought here
mil buried Monday. He was a son of
he late James Pudge, a former well
known colored citizen of this town.
A number of cases of whooping
?ough are reported among the chil
Iren of the town, and a few cases of
ihicken pox. Nothing of a serious
Watch out for Pobst's window dis
day next week.
*. Special Bargains in Second X
f Hand and Slightly Used
jj- One Arion Piano, . $175
One Sterling Piano, $185
One York Piano, $200
One Kohler and
I Campbell Piano, $210
t One Shaw Piano, $.'135
Mr. J. O. Corel!, of Thompson Val- X ORGANS FROM.. ..$25 UP
ey, was here on business yesterday. Jf
lie is going ahead with his shucking. | + All in perfect condition, ful
\ branch runs through his field and X |y guaranteed, and wonderful
the men ore snrinklin the corn IT. . ...
the men are sprinklin tho corn
shocks. This has been an unusually +
Iry fall so far, not only here, but all
>ver the country.
Pobst is receiving almost every day
Special attention is called to the
idvertisements in this issue, some
if which appear for the first time,
i'lease say when answering the ?d?
ert isements in this paper that you
taw them in theClinch Valley News.
baragins at the price.
A fresh lot of flower bulbs just rc
?eived at at Pobst's.
Frank J. Moss, who recently moved
is family to Meadow View, is asking
hat his paper be sent to his new ad
Iress, seems to be highly pleased with
lis new surroundings. He stated that
lis neighbors hud four tennis at the
tation ready to haul his furniture
rom the depot to his home. This
nethod of expressing "welcome" is
irnctical. Mr. Moss and his good wife
trill be missed from this community.
i Chas. M. Stief f
716 Main Street,
James W. Jones, son of William
lories, of Five Oaks, has bought out
the Farmers Produce Company at
SJorth Tazewell from Joseph Rosen
taum and is now in sole charge of
he business. Mr. Jones was for a
lumber of years a baggage master on
he N. & W.
Judge John W. McCall, of Graham,
me of the "rubber stamp" candidates
n the recent county election, was
lere the first of the week. He was
lected Magistrate at Graham by a
It is time to have the
! BLACK'S ji
; Portrait Studio i
; "Portraits That Please."
GREAT FAITH IN
Mrs. J. T. Francis Had Actually
Given Up Hope of Recovery
Is WeU Now.
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 8?Tho Tanlac
representative h?re, L. E. Ronfrew,
rnuking his headquarters at the store
of Burrow und Martin, related to a
representative of the Norfolk press,
recently thut in interviewing Mrs.
L. T. Francis,, residing at 745 Boush
St., he discovered sho had for a long
time been a victim of the most acute
and desperuto cases of liver and of
stomach trouble it had ever been
his pleasure or duty to invesigutc.
Ho said: "When customers come
into the store to purchase Tanlac I
always take their homes und names.
Then in u week or two I investigate
the case and endeavor to ascertain
exactly what result* have ben obtain?
ed. Naturally it is to the prepara?
tions best interests that we see to it
that all take Tanlac as they should,
regularly and according to the direc?
tions printed on each bottle. In the
course of time I had the pleasure of
calling upon Mrs. Francis and I wish
you all could have heard what she had
to say about Tanlac and what it had
done for her. She told rne that she
hud been suffering with a bud liver,]
stomach trouble, indigestion und loss
of appetite. Gas formed on her stom?
ach after eating, causing her terrible
pains and her skin had become muddy
and sallow. She had been advised to
go to tho hospital as nothing seemed
to relievo her. When sho decided to
take Tanlac she was confined to bed
and she told me sho had given up
all hope of recovery. Sine? taking
the new medicine I am introducing
here for T. L. Coopor, the now well
known manufacturers of Tanlac she
has entirely recovered, is out of bed
and goes about as she pleases. In a
glowing account she wrote to T. C.
Prince, sho said as to her recovary:
"All my troubles have disappear?
ed completely and I can honestly rec?
ommend Tanlac to all my friends and
to everybody. Tanlac has made me
a well woman?after I had given up
hope of ever being well again i.nd af?
ter every other medicine had failed. I
will he delighted to tell you or any one
just what Tanlac did for me."
This condition of the system, run
down, worn out, debilitated, causes
thousands to suffer untold pain and
suffering, and it is indeed fortunate
that Tanlac may now be secured in
this vicinity. For sale now by John
Will Relieve Your Indigestion
Rawley W, Witten
The Bord of Supervisors, at their
regular meeting last Tuesday, after
the transaction of usual routine busi
iness, recommended the rcappoint
ment of John F. McGruw, us Superin-: ?
Undent of the county farm This a >?1 Expert Automobile tlectTlCian
pointment is mine by the Circuit | _
Court J udge, upon the recommenda?
tion of the Board. When in need of the services
The new board takes charge Jan. Lf an expert, call Phone 110-C,
1st, 1910, and will be composed of, ,, ? . _ ? _r
the following: D. B. Daniels, re-!or ?ddress North Tazewell, Va.
elected; E. King Crockett, and W. L.
C. Burke, the new members.
Your ^Thanksgiving Turkeys
_ ,_ SHIP THEM TO
^FrankHellerick & Company
Why should you give the middle man .sili.OO to $3.00 on euch turkey
when you can ship direct to us and get much better prices and save
this money for your own pocket'.' We have every reason to believe
that the Thanksgiving market will be better than it has for years if
the weather is favorable. This country is in the very best financial
condition. The industrial plants are all running on full time and pay?
ing higher wages than for years and the turkey production is light this
season, therefore we will have a greater demand than we can supply.
Our stores will be htronged with the very best class of buyers
throughout the city. Why do they come to us? Because we handle
the best l'OUl.TKY and have been here 35 years serving the people,
that the buyers have lea rend to look and depend on Frank Hellerick
& Co., to supply them for their trade.
We are reliable and prompt, and send out the top prices. Why
take chances? Start your shipment on the 20th for the THANKS?
GIVING MARKET Tell your friends and neighbors about us.
Write today for special instructions and prices.
Yours to serve,
Frank Hellerick & Company
349 New Market Street
PHILADELPHIA, .\ PA.
Automobile For Sale
One slightly used St?debaker, 4
cylinder, five passenger automobile,
in first class running condition, equip?
ped with electric lights and starter.
This car can be seen at my garage.
DR. M. B. CROCKETT
Terms to suit
Simmons Talking Machine Co.
530 STATE ST. BRISTOL, TENN.