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"Whul are the New Stylos in Spring Millinery?"
All representative houses are behind this Spring with
their showings. (They'd rather win the war than sell
Our Millinery Department, under the management of a
high-class experienced milliner, is showing only those
styles which are now being much admired and which
have already been accepted and approved.
Our milliner will be glad to show you the New Styles
and talk with you as to what the recognized style centers
of the East are showing.
No obligation, whatever, to buy?glad to have you
come in and talk with her.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
TAZEWELL NATIONAL BANK
At Tazewell, in the State of Virginia, at the close or business .Mar. I. 1918.
Loans and discounts, (except those shown on h und c), $504,787.98
Overdrafts, unsecured, 2,200.01
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation,
(par value) $00,000.00
U. S. bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits,
(par value) 1,000.00
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness
owned and unpledged, 80,000.00 141,000.00
Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, 3Vj per cent and 4 per cent, 25,000.00
Securities other than U. S. bonds, (not including
siocks)owned unpledged, ?16,600.00
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank, (f>0 per cent of
sul scriptum), ??000'59
Value of banking house. 3,000.00
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank, 45,178.01
Cash in vaults nnd net umounts duufrom national banks, 117,710.19
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust cumpnnies
other than included in Items 18, 14, and 15, 135.04
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting
bank (other than Item 17) 3,103.69
Total of items 14, 15, 1?, 17 and 18, 120,958.52
Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting
bank and other cash items, 082.00
Redemption fund with U. S. Troasurer and duo
from U. S. Treasurer, 11,000.00
Interest earned but not collected?approximate?on
Notes and Bills Receivable not past due, 1,600.00
Capital stock paid in, $(>0,000.00
Surplus fund, ?0,000.00
Undivided profiU, $67,922.24
Lcs3 current expenses and taxes paid, 1,190.40 06,731.78
Interest nnd discount collected or credited, in advance of
maturity and not earned, 'npnroximnto, 5,600.00
Amount reserved for taxes accrued, 2,478.26
Circulating notes oustnnding, 59,000.00
Net amount due to national banks, 1,131.02 |
Total of items 32 und 33. 1,131.02
Demands deposits subject to reserve:
Individual deposits subject to check, 040,701.02
Certified checks, 121.11
Cashier's Checks outstanding, 50.00
Total demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject
to reserve, items 34, 36. 37, 38,39, it). 41, 641.172.7S
United Stales deposits, including deposits of U. S. dis?
bursing officers, l.ooo.oo
State of Virginia, County of Tazewell, ss:
I, W. T. Gillospie, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swisir
that the above statement is true to the best of my knnwb-dge and belief.
W. T. CILLESPn:, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me Correct?Attest:
this the 13th day of March, 1018. J. S. GILLESPIE,
ALL1E M. MI LI,ARD, REO. C. PEERY.
Notary Public. .1. W. CHAPMAN,
My commission expires Nov. 8. 1919. Directors.
Report of Condition of the
First National Bank of Pocahontas
At Pocahontas, in Stale of Virginia, at the close of business Mar. -1, 1918.
Loans and discounts, (except thoso shown on b and c),. $301,292.80
Overdrafts, unsecured. 808.49
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulaiton,
(par value). $35,000.00
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned
and unpledged. 5.000.00 -10,000.00
Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, 3'/L-per cent, and 4 percent,... 24,800.00
Stocks, other than Fedoral Reserve Bank stock, . 0,700.00
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank, (50 per cent of subscription),. 1,800.00
Vnlue of banking house, . 0,000.00
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank, . 19,277.23
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks, . 83,087.37
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as report?
ing bank, (other thun Item 17). 1.218.17
Total of items 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18. 81,305.51
Cheeks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting
Bank and other cash items, . 1,854.13
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from
U. S. Trersurer. 1,750.00
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps Actually Owned,, 1,685.00
Capital stock paid in. 335,000.00
Surplus fund. 85,000.00
Undivided profits, . 9,902.35
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.1,995.1G 7,907.19
Circulating notes outstanding, . 35,000.00
Net amount due to national bunks,. 031.09
Total of items 32 and 33.631.69
Demand deposits, (other than bank deposits, subject to
Reserve, (deposits payable within 30 days >:
Individual deposits, subject to check. 167,600.19
Cashier's checks outstanding. 308.52
Dividends unpaid, .'. 12.00
Total demand deposits, (other than bank deposits) subject to
Reserve, items 84, 35, 86, 37, 38, 39,40, and 41, ...$157,980.71
Certificates of deposit, (other than for money borrowed), . 218,813.00
Total of time deposits subject to reserve, Items 42, 43.
44, and 45. $218,313.66
State of Virginia, County of Tazewell, ss:
I, Jas. II. McNeer, cashier of the nbove-naroed bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowlodge and belief.
JAS. H. McNEER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ine A. ST. CLAIR.
this the 13th dav of March. 1918. II. P. BRITTA IN,
A. V. SPROLES, J. W. CHAPMAN.
Notary Public. Directors.
My commission expires July 17, 1920.
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Carpenters and Laborers,
HUNTING LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
HUNTINGTON. WEST VIRGINIA
! Local News j
Don't miss seeing William I'armim ;
tomorrow at the Now Theatre.
There will be preaching in Tazewell
Baptist church next Sunday at 11 a.
m., hy tho pastor, T. H. Campbell.
Preaching in the Lutheran church
at II o'clock by the Rev. It. Homer:
"Fatty" Arbuckle went lame in
"Ob, Doctor," but be comes back I
strong in "Fatly at Coney Island."
Will 1'ninter. Bnrnetl, Tom Smott,
anil other ubiquitous commercial
evangelists, were in town this week.
Place with il. W. Pobst your order
for Kaster floWCI'S. lie sure to place
it early anil gel what, you want.
Monday, .March 18th the New Thea?
tre will show a line Triangle feature !
See elsewhere in this paper Pobst's !
prices I'or Easier Mowers. Flowers j
have not advanced at all in price!
from last year. I
John R. Gildorslecvo has moved
his household goods into his new :
house in Hast Tazewell for storage
for the present.
Warren's barber shot) announces an
advance to 1.1c for shaves, beginning
on April 1st. You are requested to
take duo notice and govern voursolf
accordingly.- ? Adv.3-8-!lt.
Wednesday, March 20th, .lane and .
Kntheriite Lee, the famous "Fox Kid
i |:'S ill "Two Little Imps," at the
N h Theatre. Added attraction,1
"Stars and liars," a Mack Sennet I
comedy. Keep (his dale in mind.
This show will send you lo bed laugh?
For mother, sister, wife, sweet?
heart or friend, Easter is one time of
the whole year to give them Mowers.
Pobst will make prices right to you.
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness shown us at the bur?
ial of our nephew, Win. Dowser. Mr.
and Mrs. John Dowser.
The VVomans Christian Temper?
ance Union will meet Tuesday, the
I Olli, at " o'clock in the Sunday school
room of the Presbyterian church. All
members are rcoucstcd to lie present
ami bring their dues.
April 1st, Warren's Barber shop
will advance the price of shtlVCR to
!?*?<?. This advance is made necessn**"
I y tho advance in price of all ma
t liai used in connection with bar?
ber's work.?Adv. 3-8-,'lt.
Some of the good 11011;;-. coming to
the New Theatre: Saturday, March
80, Marguerite Clark, in "Dab's Bur?
glar": Saturday. April 18, William
Partium in " V Talc of Two Cities";
Saturday, April 20, Anita Stewart, in
"The Girl I'llilippi"; Tuesday, April
23, Thcda Kara in Borneo and Juliet:
Wednesday. May I, I ho great ten reel
Griflitle's spectacle "Intollerance."
Miss N. J. Witten, of Charlottes
villi*, is here to visit her sister, Air;.
Julia George, in her bereavement,
and also to spend sometime with her
sister. .Mrs. Kelly, at the JelTcrson
villc hotel, and other friends in her
native community. She, with her sis?
ter. Mrs. Will Kelly, live at the Uni?
versity of Virginia. "Will" is con?
nected with a hospital unit ami it is
understood has been called across.
Saturday. March Hi, at the New
Theatre. William Fltrnum in "Amer?
ican Methods," a six reel pox spec?
ial and "Fatly" Arbuckle in "fat?
ly at CoWpy Island," a. Paramount
feature comedy in two parts. This is
the costliest show offered by the thea?
tre since last summer. Admission:
Lower Hour, It) anil 20c; Balcony, ltl
The National War Savings Com?
mittee has requested all ministers of
the Gospel in Tazewell county to
preach a sermon on War Savings
Stamps and other war activities on
Suilduv, .March 24th. Pastors hav?
ing churches in which no services
will be held on that date, will please
notify the Committee, .1. E, Wolfe,
chairman who will arrange to ht?vc
services at such churches.
on^"^5n:a:.Tr-.ua'L:^r.:u..-.n^'-X ,.7-" .- - i:-r?::nT:-..r:]!3:i)
DR. W. A. KING,
Will be at the JelTersonville Ho?
tel April 5th, i'or one day only,
prepared to examine eyes, and
prescribe proper lens for the
same. Only high grade optical
work. Each lens ground to suit
Examination and consultation
Call on above date.
.. i a j.>:? .-. -J:? '.[..r.r.i.jTii,
I lost my pocket-book last week
between Burkes Garden and Tazewell
containing two checks and valuable
papers. Reward if returned.
ROBERT S. MOSS.
Burke's Garden, Va.
? ?-? i .
with L & M SEMI?
They ere -Imply eddlng LIn?-ed V0"
OIltoLaMSoml-Posto Paint YOU SAV
J. A. Gl
Report of the condition of the
at Richlands, in the State of Virginia,
:.t. the close of business on the 'Ith
of March, t!)18.
Loans tynd discounts, (except
those shown on b and c) $70,758.04
Overdrafts, unsecured, 1,188.44
Premium on U. S. bonds, 20.35
Liberty Loan Bonds, tf'/fc per
cent and 4 per cent., un?
Stock of federal Reserve bank,
Stock of federal reserve bunk
(50 per ct. of subscription), 850.00
Furniture and fixtures, 1,473.24
Lawful reserve with Federal
Reserve Bank, 6,292.17
Cash in vault and net amts.
due from national banks, 31,077.03
Checks on banks located out?
side of city or town of re*
porting bank and other cash
War Savings Certificates and
Thrift Stamps actually
TOTAL, SI 17,000.30
Capital slock paid in, 25,000.00
Surplus fund, 2,700.25
Undivided profits, 814.09
Less current expens?
es, interest and
taxes paid, 720.98 87.11
Amount reserved for taxes ac?
Individual deposits subject
to check, 67,795.41
Certified checks, 1.09
Cashier's checks outstanding, 171.94
Dividends unpaid, 72.00
Total of demand deposits
(other than bank deposi
ils) subject to reserve,
Items 34, 35, 38, 37, 38,
39. 10, 41, S07.905.72
Certificates of deposit, (oth?
er than for money bor?
Total of time deposits sub?
ject to reserve, items 42,
43, 44 45, $20,906.90
State of Virginia, county of Tazewell,
I, C. B. Orr, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my kliov. ledge and belief.
C. B. ORR, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13th day of March, 1918.
W. B. SPRATT, Notary Public.
(I. M. BROWN,
W. A. HORTON,
It. T. WHITE,
I 'h ectors.
The following recipes for "war
cooking" have been given us by a
Tazewell lady. We hope to have
others from the women of the coun?
ty to publish in this column. Sent!
thctm to us and we will publish them,]
omitting your name if you request:
Candy Without Sugar.
Melt :,i cup honey with \\ cup fat.
Add '?? teaspoon cinnamon, 1 cup
flour, I well beaten egg and half tea
spoonfllll soda, dissolved in water.
Add I cup chopped raisins. Add
enough Hour to make mixture hold
its mixture. Then drop by spoonfuls
on a greased tin and bake in moder?
1 Ifa cups sugar, I cup Crisco, 8
? ?ups uncooked Rolled Oats, 2 eggs,
3 cups Hour, 'A cup sour milk with
small teaspoon soda; 1 spoon each of
ground ginger and cinnamon, 1 cup
Boiled Mayonnaise Dressing.
1 cup vinegar, ' j cup sugar, 1 egg,
tablcs|iooii Hour, tenspon salt. Heat
vinegar. Beat egg. sugar, Hour, salt;
together and put in the boiling vine?
gar. Conk in double boiler till thick.
When wanted, thin with cream.
2 cups meal, 4 cups buttermilk, 1
egg. teaspoon soda (small) dissolved
in milk. Teaspoon salt. Table spoon
bacon grease or butter substitute.
Have two pie pans hot, melt grease
in them. Beat the batter hard and
quickly, pour in hot grease. Bake in
pie pans, in hot stove.
FEATHER BED AND PILLOW
Two feather pillows nnd a feather
bed were picked up in thcr oad be?
tween Gratton and Rock Dell on or
about the 5th of February. Owner
can get same by applying to me and
paying for this ad. J. W Shufflcbarg
er, Shawver Mill, Va. 3-8-31
MARBLE AND GRANITE.
can both be hnd trot t the Mountain
City Marble Company, of Mountain
City, Tenn., at quite reasonable prices.
We handle first-class
material and our de?
signer is an expert
in his line, there?
fore, wo guarantee
both work and ma?
terial to be number
one. Satisfied cus?
tomers at reasonable
prices is our motto,
and if you should
doubt this just give
js a trial and we will
We also handle
IRON FENCING. If
If you aro in need
of anything in this line just drop me
a card and I will be at your service.
Let me at least give you prices and
show you designs before you buy
J. NEWTON RHUDY,
Agent for Mountain City Marble Co.
- PASTE PAINT and
awn Linseed Oil.
Lain greatest durability and cover
ver. The L & M PAINT is so
ly good that it is known as the
as the best of other high grade
ost you $3.70 a gallon, our L & M
'?made ready-for-use?will cost
ly $2.70 a gallon.
E $1.00 A GALLUN ON EVERY GALLON
'aints and Oils
! Statement of the financial condition of
Bank of Clinch Valley
located at Tazewell, in the county of
Tazewell, State of Virginia, at the
j close of business on the -Ith day of
March, 1918, mnde to the State Cor
; poration Commission:
Loans and discounts, $.111,019.74
: Overdrafts, unsecured, 4,190.34
' Bonds, securities, etc., own?
ed, including premium
on same, 03,000.00 I
! Banking bouse and lot, 10,000.00 ]
Exchanges and checks for
i next day's clearings, 5,422.501
Other cash items. 371.03
, Due from national banks, 131,516.221
. Due from State banks, pri?
vate bankers and Trust
I Paper currency, 17,3(53.00 |
i Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents, 170.14 I
I Cold coin, 190.00
Silver coin, 821.96
Capital stock paid in, $100,000.00 |
Surplus fund, 00,000.00
Undivided profits, less unit,
paid for interest, expenses
ami taxes, 10,790.82
Individual deposits, 445,210.80
Certified checks, 9,372.07
Due to national banks, 7,447.50
Due to State banks, private
banks and trust Compan- 90 1.:!
! Reserved for accrued taxes, 4,900.00
, Reserved for unearned dis?
I, Henry Preston, cashier, do Bol
! eriinly swear that the above is a true
j statement of the financial condition
of Bank of Clinch Valley, located at
Tazewell, in the county of Tazewell,
I State of Virginia, at the close of bus?
iness on the 4th day of March, 1918,1
to the best of my knowledge and bc
; lief. HENRY PRESTON, Cashier.
.J. BD. PEERY.
A. ST. CLAIR,
B. W. STRAS,
State of Virginia, County of Tazewell:
Sworn to and subscribed before me
by Henrv Preston, Cashier, this 12th
day of March, 1918.
J. POWELL ROYALL.
My commission expires Apr. 20, 1920.
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority pin, (dia?
mond shaped). Finder will please re?
turn to Miss Alma Thomas and re?
'TIS EASY ENOUGH TO
LEARN THE DIFFERENE.
At n glance you will be able to dis?
tinguish the difference between our
method of nrcssing clothes and the
old time methods used by others.
We give your better clothes the
natural body shape, better creases |
ami a thoroughly uniform finish.
The Editor thanks
you for the subscrip
o n you paid. He is
'tickled to death."
Our Spring torm will begin Tues?
day, April 2nd. 800,000 men are to
be called during this year. By en?
rolling now you should bo able to fin?
ish about the time the demand is the
greatest. Don't weste the coming
summer when you cun prepare to be
of service to yourself and to the coun?
SUMMIT CITY BUSINESS CO LLEGE, Bluefield, W. Va.
The Spring styles of Wo?
men's Dress Slippers are
The finest creations weVe ever
seen. Exclusive and artistic.
The Woman with an eye for some?
thing handsome in Slippers, will
take pleasure in seeing this display
of choice styles.
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and $7.50
We're always pleased to show the
new styles to Women who call.
M. J. HANKINS
"The Store That Satisfies"
by Bellini 2:13 1-4, dam Mattie
King 2:20 1-4 (the world's greatest
brood mare), she by Mambrino King,
the handsomest horse that ever liv?
ed, will make the season of 1918 at
Tazewell Fair Grounds. Fee $35.00
to insure. 10 approved saddle mares
can be booked early at $20.00 to
FRED R. STEEL, Owner
$885.00 F. O. B. FACTORY
Nothing we might say of the car would be as impressive
as what people think and say of it everywhere.
It has been put through every conceivable test and has
come through with a perfect score.
Economical in every sense of the word; ask the DODGE
owner what his car costs him to run.
In a little over two years over $90,000,000 worth of
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars have been built and sold.
Every year business grows, and in order to obtain a car
this season we ask you to put your order in now.
BLUEGR?SS MOTOR CO., Tazeweli, Virginia