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Running a Business
Running a business without a bank account is like
running a lighting system without a storage battery.
If the power is temporary i< terrupted, the lights gJ
Your bank is your reserve power. It can equalize
the temporary differences between your 'income' and
This bank stands ready and willing to help busi?
ness if safely conducted along lines that merit help.
Farmers National Bank
Aaron Russ, Cashier
NEWS OE CEDAR BLUFF.
Cedar Blutr, Va., Mnjj- 22.?Miss
Maggio Spenco was visiting homo
A number of Miss llattie Beaver's
friends of Tnzowcll, were visiting
her Saturday night.
VMiss Hazel Sparks, who has been
at Hartwell. West Virginia, attending
school, will return homo Sunday.
Rev. Wiley Yost filled his regular
appointment Sunday ut Suyersvile.
Mrs. Jane Bandy is quite ill at her
Rev. Hum.ntain is holding night
meeting at the 1. O. O. F. Hall on
Dry Fork. Everybody come.
Rev. Exra Linkous did not fill his
appointment at the hull Sunday as
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pruett of War,
West Va., were visiting home folks
GONE AND HE'S
HACK ON Oi>
Couldn't Raise His Arm At
Times. Rut Tanlac Gave En?
tire Relief and He Gains 10
Pounds, States A. R. Smith.
"For more than a year I suffered
so 1 never felt like doing a thing
that required the least exertion,"
said A R. Smith, 1021 2-lth St., Park
crsburg, W. Va. "Gas formed on my
stomach causing such pressure on my
heart I isimply had to fight for
breath. Nothing I atca greed with
me and I grew week, sallow and
thin. Rheumatism struck me in both
arms and put me in such bad shnpe
I couldn't raise my left arm at times,
nud 1 lost heaps of time from work.
"There was a remarkable change
after my first few doses of Tanlac.
I I gained 10 joounds and was soon
hack on the job feeling tine, with the
Taste is a matter of
AVe stale it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield .'ire of finer
exility and hence of better
taste) than ia any other
cigarette ut the price.
Liggtst C Mjreri Tobuu* Co.
20 for lbc
10 for 9c
of 50 - 45c
cf Turkish and Domestic tobaccos?blended
U. S? Tires:
TAZEWELL BATTERY & TIRE CO., TazewelL Va.
BARNETT-BRUMFIELD GARAGE, Graham, Va.
POCAHONTAS MOTOR CO.. Pocahontas, Va.
rheumatism and stomach troublo en?
tirely gone Anyone who suffers ns
I did should surely take Tanlac.
Tanlac is sold by all good drug?
"LICENSE APPLIED FOR."
Wythevlllc, Yu., May 20.
i Editor Clinch Valley News:?
I A few nights since I boarded here
I train No. 13 headed for Bristol at
I Crockotts station. A couple entered
1 the coach and from their actions it
j was clearly evident that they were
matrimonially inclined and destined
for the same city. At Chilhowic we
were delayed some hours, caused by
engine trouble so did not arrive at
destination till two A. M. We all im
j mediately headed for the hotel. The
I groom confided his mission to the
j clerk and engaged his services, a
I jitney was called and the two board
led it and headed for the house of
the nearest minister, lie was awoke
' from his slumbers and they made
! known their mission lie dressed and
1 was soon at the hotel,
j Thi' two then headed for the home
'of the court clerk to procure a li
I cense. The wife responded to the
call and she was told the object of
their visit at such an early hour.
They were informed by her that the
clerk was very sick mid could not
leave home. Then they returned to
the hotel. The intended bride was in?
formed of the situation. The groom
i was the picture of despair.
I |Afte pacing up and down the
lobby a few times he walked up to
the register and registered John
Doe and wife. Red Blulf, Va., nnd
asked to be assigned a room, he was
informed by the clerk that there
' was not hing doing along this line
las the reputation of the house was
tit. stake besides it was under strict
I police servilnnces as well. After me
I dinting for some I into he asked for
la sheet of paper. It. was handed him,
j he wrote across it in a bold hand
"License applied for'' handed it to
the clerk and said, Tack this up on
the door nnd that will make mat?
ters all right. I then left the lobby
went to my room and cannot inform
you bow ibis matter ended.
THREE WOMEN RIVEN REWARD
FOR HEROISM IN WEST VA.
The awarding of twenty medals
for noteworthy public service by tho
Chespeako and Potomac Telephone
Company under provisions of the
Theodore N. Vail memorial fund, has
jtiHt been announced. Of the twonty
awards sixteen go to West Virgin?
ians, three of whom arc lolcphono
operators. The sixteen West Virginia
medals were awarded for service por
I formed during the recent, march of
armed miners in Mingo and Logan
counties, from which resulted tho
so called treason trials now in prog?
ress in t'burlestown The three young
women whose devotion to duty due?
ling dnnger was recognized, are Miss
May Chitfln, Miss Elsie Chambers and
Mr. Charley Ward, at Mnlewnn. They
j were the operators at. the M'ntcwnn
exchange during the mine war, ami
1 their Work was considered so danger
I OUS that a detail of stale police were
? ordered to guard I he exchange. The
awards to the West Virginia men
were announced as follows: Noah
Rose. Russell Holland, und Thomas
I Moses, members of construction crew
? They rciicntcdly connected broken
lilies. Noah Page while repairing
toll phono lines in Bonne county that;
I had been cut by the miners was fir?
ed upon, but not hit, and continued
I h]'s work until order had been re?
stored. Lester E. Thompson, enmhi
'nation man. .lohn S. Hynes, repair?
man, and Charley R. McCoy, lineman
I at Logan, accompanied by George T.
, Kroll the district superintendent of
the plant at Charleston, now super?
intendent at Wheeling, installed tel?
ephone Borvico and repaired lines in
the vicinity of Logan during the
mineis insurrection, ran telephone
lines at the rennest of the state and
county authorities, to an out post on
crooked crook mountain to combat
the advance of thu miners. They in?
stalled the telephone instrument with?
in thirty feet of a discharging ma?
chine gun, being forced to wotf
whilc phone ill order to avoid bullets
from the lilies of the miners. In ad?
dition to the above Edwin F. Hill,
now division information malinger er
tho company at Charleston, is award?
ed a medal for bis assistance in con
ncetion with the locating of Martin
Bomber No 6 which was wrecked in
Nichols county on September 11, and
in saving the life of corporal A. E.
Helton, the only one of the evictors
who was not killed, that bis service
was of great value is indicated by
letters received from the U. S. A.
chief of air service und other U. S.
KICKED BY COW?DEATH OF
Ilarman, Va., May 22.?Many of
our friends were out at the meeting
Mrs. G. W. Reynolds was buried
Friday at 1:30 o'clock Sin- is missed
by many friends.
Mrs. .lohn Crawford, who was kick
id in face by ii cow last week, is
reported better at this writing.
Mr. Doak Whitnkur, who shot him
self through the hand is some better
at this writing.
Mr. J -II. und C. E. Altizer return?
ed from Grcenbrier county yesterday,
where they have been visiting for
Mr. .lohn II. Christian went to
Tazowoll today on business.
Mr. M. E. Harrison went to the
Valley yesterday with a wagon loan
Tuesday afternoon immediately at
tor tho dismissal of school, Miss Cot
troll took the sewing and cooking
classes on a picnic accompanied by
Miss Rhuily. We reached the springs
on the way to the peak about, four
thirty and part of tho crowd stop,
pod there to prepare supper while
the others climbed on to tin- peak
While some were vor,-' much ..'gl.ten
ed when they reached the top, it
was well worth the climb to see the
Wonderful view. Soon we were bail,
to the springs where Miss Coltrcll
and others bad prepared a wonderful
picnic supper, consisting of hot dogs
pickles, sandwiches, cukes, toasted
marshmallows', lemonade, etc. Every
one Vas ready for n big supper anil
a gootl time. Many jokes ami witty
saying.-, were said. The party re?
mained ami saw the moon rise. This
picnic will long be remembered.
GOING OUT OK 1UJSINKSS
$6,000 .stock High-rGradc Ap?
parel for women. Will sell for
cash to merchant at great re?
duction. For particulars address
P. O. Box 421, Ronnoke, Va.
HANI) SEW1NO WANTED.
Embroidery, beading, crocheting,
also childrens clothes.
Phono No. 6620, or see Mrs. I,. II.
H1HI), Enst of town. I6-6-4L
HOME GROWN PLANTS.
Cabbage, Tomato, Peppers, Sweet Potatoes, Celery, Cauli?
flower, Scarlet Sage, etc. All Home Grown. Tomato Plants, (1.7?
Per 100. June Pink Potted flants, Per DOZEN, $1.60. All To?
mato Plants Sprayed and Transplanted.
Patronize Your Home Orowcr.
S. McREYNOLDS, West Graham, Va.
Only Big Show This Year
TAZEWELL, WED., MAY 31
. L. Clark 6c Sons
SPECIAL R. It. TRAIN
A CITY OF TENTS
TOM TOM Giant (! ton Elephant
10 feel 1 inches tall. Biggest in
Performances 2 and 8 P. M
Door.-; open 1 and 7 P. M.
OUR DRY CLEANING MACHINES
We uro now equipped to do dry
cleaning and pressing by modern
methods and machinery. You'll sure
!?' greet your garments with ? ??cn
trma aller we've cleaned them with
?ur No.odor process.
TA/.EWELL DRY CLEANING CO.
Phone 118-u. Masonic Bhlg.
MONTHLY HORSE SALE.
A sale of horses is held the first
Saturday in euch month at liaslnili,
Va.i in Rlnnd county. Parties want?
ing to sell, buy- or trade, can find
what they want, at this monthly
sale. Next Sale first Saturday, 3rd
of June. D-12-3t.
(From the "Peppety-Ep.")
With this issue the "I'eppely-Ep" j
will take a three mouths vacation,
She has worked faithfully for as
during the past nine mouths, instil?
ling spirit into our Bchool, fun in
our hearts and taking a llickle from
Hut soon the type will grow cold
ami for a time "the sheet" will In?
come a memory. She was born in [
September but already, in the lirst
year she has made herself ruinous
be has represented us over all Vir
? inin und in several other slates.
lie has been praised by many other
schools. "The I'eppely-Ep" deserve
'be vacation, as well as ourselves.
When tin- old sheel comes mil
next year some of the stall' will have .
left us. We want to thank the senior ?
members who helped build up the
"I'eppety-Ep" we also ate grateful
to the faculty for their advice ami
We want to thank the students
for their subscriptions, support, ami
Lastly but not Icastly, as IIa- say
ing goes, we want to thank the ad
vortisers who have made possible the
llmincial success of our journalistic
Had the..' not contributed their
ads we would have gone bankrupt,
ami we sincerely thank them.
Now, scholars, teachers, friends
and others, for three months we will
bid yoll a fond farewell. We ate as
?orry to leave as you are and.
'We'll sec you in September
RE ECU JOHNSON.
THE FASHION SHOW.
t From tin- "Peppely-Ep.")
Tho sewing classes of Ta/.ewell
High School held their annual Fash?
ion Show, Tuesday, May Kith, in Ihe
High School auditorium. Tie- entire
student body was present and many
of the patrons of I ho school. The in
troductory section of tin- seventh
grade made n splendid showing in
their gingham dresses and I ho A nee
Lion displayed organdie bats. The
Freshman class bad been much hand?
icapped in their work and many ol
them bail not completed their die:-,
ses. However those that were ilia
played were ipiite attractive and
compensated for those that could mil
be shown. The Sophomore class de?
serves hearty praise for their spin,
did array and I heir lovely dresse
showed t in- result, of I heir term's
work. Tho Seniors bad completed
,<iaiiy attractive dresse:. ami several
spoil, suits. Many of the Seniors al?
so bad work which they were mini de
l.o complete before, the Fashion Show.
Some id" the Seniors are making their
commencement dresses ami these
girls especially should ho commended
ten their efforts.
The Junior cooking class gave a
very interesting illustrated I all, on
Ihe much discussed topic of the
limes?Vitaminen. Tin- program was
thoroughly enjoyed by all present
Alabama I.auy Was Sick tor 'three
Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous
and Depressed?Read Her
Own Story of Recovery.
Paint Rock, Ala.?Mrs. C. M. Stcgal'.,
of nenr horo, recently related tbo fol?
lowing lntorontlng nccount of her ro
oovcry: "I wan In a wenkoned con?
dition. I was nick three years In bed,
suffering a great deal of pain, weak,
norvouB, depressed. I was so weak,
I couldn't wnlk ncronn tho floor: Just
bad to lay and my little ones do tho
work. I was almost dontl. I tried
every tiling I hoard of, and a number of
doctors. Still X didn't get any relief.
I couldn't eat, nnd slept poorly. I
bollovo if I hadn't hoard of and taken
Cardul I would have died. I bought
six bottlcH, utter a neighbor told mo
what it did for her.
"I began to oat and sloop, began to
gain my strength and am now well
and strong. I haven't had any trou?
ble since ... I mire can testify to tbo
! good that Cardul did mo. I don't
think thero lu a bettor tonic niado
I und I bollovo it saved my life."
For over 40 years, thousands of wo
1 men have used Cardul successfully,
.In tho treatment of many womanly
I If you suffer as theso womon did,
tuko Cardul. It may help you, too.
; At all druggists. E 85
I wish to thank tho generous pub?
lic for so liberal a share of business
given me in the past, ami wish to
advise that 1 am again in tho jit
ncy business, and will be pleased to
answer calls at any time, day or
night. Satisfaction guaranteed and
your business respectfully solicited,
(A. A. BOOTHE.
Phone 112-a. 4-28-U.
?and dry up outhouse
deposits with Red Devil
Lye. Used two or three
times cacli week it keeps
mich places adorleM unit
ploaSBiil, especially in sum
hum. S i easy you shnultl
?ml l)o without it.
/1/u ii.vi Jemand tlie genufna
<??>??? m ? ? ? ? mm'* ?
If wc '?'?ay your but,tcry is
going to be ready for you
at ten n. m. Snturduy, you
can ilcpcnd on having it
then; or of getting a phone
cull from us in advance cx
plnining why it: won't be
Ami it ,doesn't make a bit uf
difference whether It liupptina tu
lir a Willimt Battery nr u?iuit
other make you get the tama
eoiwldci at Ion. the same cout tray,
the name skilled workmanship.
Firing your battery to Hnttcry
I Icmlipinrtcrsl You may be niirc
WC won't try to sell you u but?
tery it repair ot your prcSCItbOllC
is going to uuvc you money.
TA'/EWELL KATTERY &
Schedule Effective April 30, 1922.
Lv. 1'axewell for Norton?
0:37 :i. in. 2:44 p. in,
l.v. Tiuowoll for Minefield?
. 11 :(??'. a. in. 7:20 p. in.
PROM BLtUKFlUM, EASTUOUNfy
!l:30 u. m. fa* Rounoko, Norfolk,
mi.I poiul iii Shvnadoah division,
Sleeper and dining ear Norfolk. Prr
lor ?-?? (Broiler) Roanoko und Htt.
7:46 n. hi. daily for Bast Hadford.
und intermediate stations.
L4fi p. in. daily Lyucltbiirg ami In?
termediate .stations und ShouundoaA
Valley. Sleeper Bluufield to Phila?
delphia, Roanoku and N< w York. DtTI
!).:;'/ p. in. for Itonnoke, Lyncbburg,
Richmond, Norfolk. Sieopor to Nor?
folk und Roanoku to Richmond.
K;30 a. in. for Kciiovnh, PorUmouUi
Columbus, Cincinnati. Sleeper Colurjj*
bus, and Cincinr. iti. Ciifo car to
14:05 a. m. for Kc.novnh, Porstmouth
(Cincinnati, Columbus. Sloepor to Co?
lumbus. I lining car.
I :or, p. in, for Williamson, Ports?
mouth and intermediate points.
For rales, schedules, Pullman re?
servation, and detailed information
apply to W. .1. WILEY, Ticket Agent
Blucfiold, W. Vn. W. C. Snunders
Gcn'l. Passenger Agent, Itonnoke, Vft
f 'Tin Helte.- to be Suro than Sorry
SEE IIS FIRST AND HE SURE
CLINCH VALLEY IN?
American Central IiiHurnace Co,
American Alliance bin. Co.
Ijremaiis Kund Ins. Co.
Colonial Fire Underwriter*.
Dixie I'ire Insurance Co.
Great American Insurance Co.
Glons falls liiHurunco Co.
tierinania l'irt/ Insurance Co.
Hartford Piro iusuranco Co.
Home Insurance Company.
Uv. and Con. and Globe Ins. Co.
London Assurance Corporation.
Rational Fire Insurance Co.
Niagara Fire Imirnnce Co.
N. Y. Undcrwritera Agency.
New llanipshi.o Firo Ins. Co.
Norwich Union Firo Ina. Society
Phoenix AH.surnnco Co.
Queen Inmirnnce Co.
ICoyal Inriuruiico Co.
.[. Va. Fire und .Merino Ina. Co.
m* ? ?
HAGY SERVICE GARAGE
Open for service, quick work
land CHEAP prices.
WIRING & GENERATORS A
Eord Magnetos Recharged.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
..GENUINE FORD PARV9 MR
Will snvo you money.
J. ALBERT HAGY & SON CO.
[Jan. 13-6mos, ? .. _j