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Thats what a man said to us ?
? a few days ago. We were writ- %
^ ing a policy for him. ?
ft We assured the aforesaid that ?
a all of our companies are as safe A
I as the Bank of England, and t
proved the assertion to his en- y
? tire satisfaction too, for this is 9
^ what he said before leaving. ?
^ "Well Mr. Hurt, 1 am satis- ?
gj tied that your companies are- A
f f-olid." ^
I The J. F. Hurt
} Insurance j
j Agency, [
f Tazewell, Va. |
A COMPLETE NOVEL
IN EVERY NUMBER
53.00 PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY, 25,.
FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS
J. B. LIPPINCOTT CO. PUBUSHERS,
Hero of Calumpit Tells of the Rio Grande
NOT AN ORIGINAL EXPANSIONIST
Eut Since We Have Been Thrown Intc
the Philippines We Should Stay
There to the Bitter End and Raw
hide the Bullet-Headed Asiatic Ruf
fians Until They Yell for Mercy.
Iola. Kan., J'iue 24.?C arlrt F. Scot
editor of the Iola Dailey Kegitttr, lias jus
received a letter dated Manila frommen
eral Fred. Funston. The following aYe ex
"I am here in town against my v ill. bill
in accordance with the very Btrong advio
of a medical sage, nursing my lrft banc
which had a disagreement with a Mause:
bullet, and thanking my lucky stars thai
it was no worse. I suppose ycu woulc
like to know b\\ about the Kio Grande ::f
fair of April 3^, which seems to hav<
brought me a brigadier's star, but it is t
long story. Y'ou probably got it prettj
fully in the dispatches, but as yet we dt
not know how correctly. General Mac
Arthur has been good enough to say thai
he does not believe the feat our Kansas
men performed has a parallel in the his
tory of wars as a desperate undertaking
carried through successfully absolutely
without loss. It beat anything in Kipling
ten times over and gave the Arabian Nights
a severe shock.
:'An attempt to portray it on the stage
would be called badly overworked melo?
drama and utterly impossible. And this
is not bragging?only giving facts. It was
was worth ten years of ordinary humdrum
existence to see those forty-five Jayhaw
kers, after they had crossed the river on
rafts, drive a thousand or more well-armed
men out of their elaborate inlrenchments
by firing into them from the rear. And
you should have heard them chaff and
jeer when the Goo Goos turned on them
at 300 yards range a Maxim gun, firing
1,200 shots a minute. And should have
seen that Maxim go out of business when
uur fellows turned loose on it. If the
chap who worked the murderous machine
had kept his nerve better there would not
have been a dozen of us got out of the
"On general principles, I am not an ex?
pansionist, but I believe that since we
were, by an unfortunate train of circum?
stances, thrown into this thing, we should
stay with it to the bitter end, and rawhide
these bullet-headed Asiatic ruffians until
they yell for mercy. And after the war
I want a job as professor of American his?
tory in Luzon University when they build
it. And I'll warrant that the new genera
ration of Filipinos will know better than
to get in the way ot the band wagon of
Anglo-Saxon progress and decency. -
VIRGINIA: In the clerk's office of
the ciicuit court for Tazewell
county, June2Gth, 1899.
F. W. Hopkins, complainant,
vs. }- In chancery.
Jane Hopkins, defsndant.
The object of this suit is to obtain a di?
vorce a vinculo malrimonii by the said F.
W. Hopkins from Jane Hopkins, and it
appearing from affidavit on file in said
office that Jane Hopkins is a non-resident
of the Btate of Virginia, it is ordered that
she appear here within fifteen days after
due publication of this order and do what i
is necessary to protect her interest in this
suit, and that copies hereof be posted as
prescribed by law.
A copy; teste: iL Bane Hahman.
J. N. II arm an, p. q._
All persons are hereby notified not to
trespass on my lands in Wright's Valley,
by cutting timber, or moving rails on same,
or by gathering fruit or berries on same.
The law will be rigidly enforced against
all persons that disregard this notice.
6.22-5)1?. 0m. M.S. Habman.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
Ash by Henry is back from the Univtr
sily of Virginia, to spend Iiis vacation at
The wheat crop in Tazewell county is
much better than it is in surrounding
Messrs. R. A. Crockett and Floyd Gil
lespie, from the head of Clear Fork, were in
town Tuesday on business.
You can buy a half gallon Mason ma?
chine-made fruit jar for a nickel at the
racket store of J. B. Han kiss & Co.
On next Thursday the annual District
Conference for Jeffersonville District will
meet at Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey George Beery, of
Emory, Va., are in Tazewell visiting rela?
tives and friends.
Largest assortment of fruit jars in Taze?
well at Spotts Bros. oOcts. per doz. for qts.
and and OOcts. for halves.
The wholesale grocery house of Scott &
Diuguid Bros., at North Tazewell, though
recently started, is doing an excellent busi?
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Kelly went
to Graham last-Saturday to visit friends.
They returned to their home at Unaka,
The newly elected officers of Tazewell
Lodge, No. 62, A. F. and A. M., were duly
ineta'led at the lodge room on Monday
night, the 26th inst.
Mason's fruit jars have been the stand
I r 1 since 1S5S. Spotts Bros, have a large
lot of them, at 50ct. per doz. for quarts
and OOcta. for halves.
There seems to be an abundant cror
of red cherries, if we are to judge by th<
numerous large buckets that are brough
to town filled with the excellent preserv
Prof. T. H. R. Christie, Bluefield, W
Va., can sell you the best Pianos, Organs
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, Music Boxes
Sheet Music and Music Books. Write fo
catalogue and lowest prices.
Mrs. Joseph Harrisson is expecte?
home on Saturday. She will be mos
cordially received at her home by he
numerous relatives and friends in th
The many friends in Tazewell county c
Hon. Pat McCaull will be pleased to knoi
that he Is likely to be appointed^ captai;
in the Commissary Department of th
Fifty colored laborere passed here o:
Tuesday for Stonega, in Wise county, t
go to work in the coal mines at that place
The laborers were irom the eastern part c
the State, and were in charge of J Hick
Mr. Joseph S. Moss says the pastures i:
Tazewell are better this year than he ha
ever known them. |Mr. Moss is an ex
penenced observer, and his judgmen
is to be relied on.
Mason's Fruit Jars, machine-made, ar
the be?t, because the most perfect. W
have them at 50 a dozen for quarts an
60 for half gallons.
J. B. Hankins & Co.
So far the health of the people of ov
town has been excellent this Summei
With proper ranitary arrangements, the)
is no reason why the health of Tazewe
should not be perfect.
Some of the graziers have already so!
their lambs for 1900. They have cor
' traded them at 5k cents a pound to be d(
livered in July. This looks like cont
dence is fully restored.
A party of young ladies and gentleme
from Burke's Garden went down to th
? Cove last week and remained there visil
I ing friends until Tuesday. From all w
? can learn they had a lively, nice time.
There was great fear that the zer
weather last winter had destroyed most c
the partridges, by freezing them to death
' but there are more pairs of birds now see.
' and heard in the surrounding countr
than were ever here before. Sportsmei
' are delighted with the outlook for ai
abuudant supply of birds next Fall.
Bluefield, W. va.,Sept. 19,189-J
I wrs suffering with dyspepsia, and ha<
been more or less for twelve years; ha(
tried everything in the medicine line with
out any permanent relief. After a twc
weeks' stay at your Springs in 1893 I cann
home feeling like a new man. I agaii
spent a short time there this summer, am
be ieve if I had remained longer wouk
have been permanently cured.
G. C. Bailey.
We trust the enterprise, the canninj
factory and steam laundry, which Mr. J
N. Harman has organized will be a sue
cestful one. There is no rer.son why i
should not be. This may encourage ou
ci!izeii8 to start other industrial enter
prises. They are greatly needed at Taze
well, and the future growth of the town de
pends largely upon their introduction.
The town authorities had the new reser
voir cleaned out the first of the week. I
had been in use nearly two years withou
the water being drawn out. The reservoi:
is a large steel tank, above ground, and is
therefore, easily kept clean. A good dea
of sediment had accumilated in the tank
but nothing of a serious character.
Mr. William G. Harrisson and Miss
Helen Kennard Spencer were marriec
yesterday morning at 10 o'clocE. Th<
ceremony took place at the residence o
the bride'6 mother, at Fayette, Mo. Mr
and Mrs. Harrisson will go on an exten
s've bridal tour, taking in Niagara Falls
New York and other points of interest
and then come to Tazewell to take ur
Mr. Will Henry Alderson left Mondaj
afternoon for the University of Virginia,
where he willl take the Summer law course,
He went by way of Lexington, where he
will spend a few days with his friend J.
Powell Royall, who is attending the law
6chool of WaBhington-Lee University.
We hope Will Henry will spend his time
pleasantly and profitably at the Univer?
sity. He is already very expert in the
office work of a law office, and will make
a good lawyer.
On Tuesday night, the 27th inst. "Taze?
well Military Company" met and the offi?
cers were elected as follows: W. 3. Henry,
Capt; M. K. Kelly, First Lieut;
E. M. Lilley, second Lieuteant; E. H.
Bobbitt, J. F. Alexander, J. M. Romans,
C. W. Spracher and A. G. Cooley, Serge?
ants ; Fred W. Pendleton, Q. M. Sergeant;
Harry Stuart, E. A. Tiller, Chas. Belew,
James Gillinwaters, Carl Greever and
Austin Belew, Corporals ; Stuart Bowen,
Chief Musician ; Rush Caudill, Musician;
ind W. W. Moore, Artificer.
Machine Made and
Hand-made Fruit Jars.
Do You Know the Difference?
Few people knoAv the difference; but there is a big 8
difference. Hand-made Fruit Jars are simply blown, 8
which in many instances leaves little scales of glass. 8
rough uneven surfaces and often very small holes which 8
of course makes the fruit spoil and you wonder why it 8
Machine made jars are all exactly alike, smooth 8
even surfaces, the tops all fit nicely, are free from the 8
tiny holes and scales. 8
Better be care '1 about your fruit jar buying this 8
$ season; t'iere a*e ..o k:ids on the market. a
We offer you reputable kinds of jelly glasses and 0
stoneware, as cheap as you can buy (in some instances) 8
the inferior kinds. 8
We sell machine made Fruit Jars.
DODD & CO., I
On Our Summer Suits and Skirts.
Have a fair assortment of sizes yet, but
do not want to carry over a single piece of
these goods; hence the reduction.
all reduced in price, as sizes are broken.
Ladies and Misses
Six Colors, at price of material in them?
made of Chambrays and Gingham.
Good stock of
in White, Black and Colors.
Best stock Men's, Ladies' and Children's
I have ever shown?also the celebrated
"TRILBY" SHOE POLISH,
the best in use, and warranted not to injure
the finest leathers.
Do you keep in touch with the management of this
store?it's a cash store ? Do you know that I sell goods
a little cheaper than other stores? It is true. The
reason is, I sell for cash. Saving all of the big and little
losses that accrue from the credit system. Buy for cash?
securing large discounts.
I am offering some big drives in China and Glass.
When you see the goods and hear the prices you will say
"there is a difference between buying and selling for cash,
and buying and selling on time."
Better see about some specials in the stationery and
book departments too.
Like my cool drink service ? Lots of folks do. I sell
a large quantity of refreshing drinks to regular customers.
Yes you do like my cool drinks, if you have personally
Watches, Jewelry, Glassware, Etc.
For proof of the above we refer you to the
great volume of work being turned out from our
Upon merit we have, in a short time, and >m *
the midst of many competitors, buit" up a busi?
ness which we are proud of. Our books show an
increase in each month's business during this year
over the corresponding month of last year, and
the business done during nine months of this
year is larger than that of the whole of 1897.
REPUBLICAN JOB PRINT,
TOWN ?ND COUNTY NEWS.
A daughter wns born unto Mr. and Mr?.
I. C. Dodd on lnet Saturday.
. Mr. YV. L. Mustard* postmaster at Poea
bontes, was in l own yesterday.
Mn?. W. N. Adams, of Cedar P.luir,
spent part of Tuesday and Wednesday in
Mr. W. G, McCall left yesterday after?
noon for Baltimore to accompany Mrs.
Margaret Harrisson to Tazewell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Payne and their
daughter, Mus Amanda, of Doak, were
in town yesterday on a shopping expedi?
Miss Orris ?a?ey, of BaptLt Valley,
went to Norfolk on Monday afternoon to
pay a visit of several weeks to her uncle,
J. R. Peery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chapman left yes
terdiy afternoon for Atlantic City. The
trip is made for the health of Mrs. Chap?
The Bluefield Telegraph announces thai
Harvey George McCall, of Tazewell, and
Jno. D, Dailey, of Gap Store, were in Blue
field yesterday, en route for Baltimore.
Mr. A. P. Gillespie will leave with bit
family this afternoon for Hunter's Pulaski
Alum Springs, and will spend several
weeks at that popular health resort.
Dr. T. E. Peery, of Bluefield, was in
town yesterday. Me considers the opera?
tion recently performed on the left eye oi
Anderson Buchanan quite a success, and
will operate on Anderson's other eye be?
fore a great while.
Mr. Josepti C. Kendrick, of St. Joseph,
Missouri, accompanied by several of his
? children, is visiting his sister, Mrs. T. W.
Katliff, in our town. Mr. Kendrick was
formerly a resident of Tazewell.
Mr. Ans Witten, of Martinsville, Va.
wa? at Tazewell yesterday. He is a mem
ber of one of the largest tobacco manu
factoring firms in Mattinsville. and report:
the tobacco business to be line. He is t
son of Hon. J. R. Witten of this county.
Just received from the bakery today i
fresh lot of cakes. Cocoanut macaroons
chocolate macaroons, raisin cookies, pint
apple sandwiches, fruited honey, Scoter
coiree cakes & etc. Try them w hile the}
Boston & Sons.
The indications are that there will be t
good deal of rain during the hay-mukim
season. Last year the farmers wen
greatly delayeJ in saving their hay b]
frequent rains, and it is to be hoped the]
will be more lucky this year.
Our town will soon be a net-work o
telephone and electric wires. The pole;
that will be used for the electric wires an
now being hau'ed to the necusnry points
and the maleria-1 for the electric house ii
being gathered on the re.v of the ok
Moss <t Greever lot, now owned by 13, W
The friends of Mr. James Bandy
sheriT-elect of Tazewell county, were von
much disturbed last week by the announce
ment that he was unable to be preseni
and qualify as sheritf. It was afterward.1
found that wh''e painfully ill his conditioi
was not dangerous. Judge Stuart senl
him word not to come to town to qua'ifj
until he wtn able. On yesterday Mr,
Bandy came up and quiHOed befon
Judtre Stuart. The friends of Mr. Bandy
were glad to see iiim out again.
A short time ago a letter was sent to tht
Commonwealths Attorney of Tazewell
county with the following unique address:
"Hurry me up and hurry me down,
And take me quick to Tazewell town.
When I arrive at the e/d of my jour?
ney, Deliver me to the States Attorney."
The letter wr < written and mailed al
Richlands, and went into the hands ol
Mr. 0. J. Biu-ns, for whom it was intend?
The poles for a new telephone line from
this place to Bmke's Garden are now be?
ing placed. The line will run from here
to Unaka, thence across Rich Mountain to
Adams' saw mill in the head of Thompson
Valley, thence by way of Bee? Town to
the center of Burke's Garden, at Greever
& Goodman's store, where the central
office will be established. Mr. C. C. Long
has ordered the switchboard for the cen?
tral office, and the olhei material for the
On last Friday a terrible accident oc?
curred to Mr. Moses Ferrell, who lives
near Steelesburg, in this county. He was
helping to operate a binder, which his
brother was driving, and went in front of
the machine to oil part of it. The mules
that were hitched to the reaper started
and shied, catching Mr. Ferrell in the
blades. One of his legs was nearly cut oil*
and the other was split from the knee
down to the heel. There was a rumor
that the worst injured limb had to be am?
putated, but we have received no positive
information that amputation was neces?
We bought ocr Fruit Jars before the
advance. If you want to buy three dozen
or more, come to us, and we will save you
money. 50 cents for quarts, 60 cents for
one-half gallone in less quantities
Buston & Sons.
On last Saturday George Suppe, an
Italian shoemaker who lives at Pocahon
tas, wps brought before U. S. Commis?
sioner James R. Witten upon a charge of
having used cancelled postage stamps.
His hearing was adjourned over until yes?
terday, when he wsi again brought before
the commissioner and the case dismissed.
Suppe proved to the satisfaction of the
commissioner that what was considered
cancellation ink on the stamp he used was
a blacking shoemakers use, which wn on
his fingers when he placed the stamp in
question on a letter.
On lnt Saturday Miss Eliza and Messrs.
Will and Rees Young, gave a picnic in
the "Grove" in front of the homestead of
their father, Mr. Chas. Young, near Pisgah
The crowd was not very large, never the
less the occasion was an enjoyable one,
and each perjpn present expressed them,
selves as having a plenant day. The re?
freshments were deJigbtfr! and abundant,
and were served at about 1 o'clock.
Later ?n the evening the crowd wn treat?
ed to music on the \io!:n by the hosts,
and it added greatly to the plenure of the
33crrion. The writer had the honor of
being one of the guests, and cen only say
n conclusion that he cannot recall rny
jeeasion that he has enjoyed as much.
Save Money by
Ordering Your Liquors From *
The Only Wholesale Liquor Dealers in
Overholt Puie Rye, thia is a 10 year old Eastern
Rye, iind its medical properties are unequaled,$l
Belle of Nelson, Ky., is strictly hand made by old
Old Time Kentucky Rye, a first class article and
will surely please you,.
Old Virginia Glades Pure Bye, good enough for
Imperial Cabinet Bye, a leading and well known
White Malt Rye, 4 year old, pure and equal to
Duffy's Malt Whiskey.
North Carolina Corn Whiskey,.
Choice, 5 year old,.
Maryland Apple Brandy,.
Virginia Apple Brandy,.
Goodman's Private Stock,1860, composed of extra
.50qt$6.00gal select and choice brand of Eastern ryes.$1
Old Velvet Pure Rye,.-.
,00 4.00 Baker's Pure Rye, well known for its celebrated
.80 3.20 Whiie Mills Bourbon or Rye, pure, straight and
.75 2.50 Honeymoon Ky.,Sour Mash, fine as silk and
smooth as satin,.
,50 2.00 Standard Commercial Rye,.
White Rye, mellow,.
.75 2.70 White Rye, best quality,.
North Carolina Best Corn Whiekey,.
Floyd County Apple Brandy.
Country Made Apple Brandy,.
Write for complete price list. Jugs and packing free. The quality of our goods is the
best the market can afford, and prices within reach of all.
xWE ARE READY FOR.
ARE YOU ?
We call special attention to the Taze
well farmers who are not ready for harvest?
ing who have not grain and labor-saving)
We want to figure with you, Mr. Far?
mer, if you need any harvesting goods?we|
believe we can save you money on
Our stock is up to the standard of excellence?have a
genuine hand-made cradle, besides other makes not so good.
You want to examine our Binder Twine and get our
little prices. Do not buy anything in this line; do not order
from any dealers claiming to be wholesalers. OUR PrllCES
TAZEWELL SUPPLY CO.,
KELLY, - VA.
YOU ARE INYiTED,
To attend the Gospel Tent
Meeting, on Tazewell Avenue,
which begins this afternoon at
3 o'clock, with choir practice and
a talk by J. W. West. Services
tomorrow at 3 p. m.
Saturday night 8 p. m.
Subject : Eternal punishment
is not a penalty of "Original
Sunday, ii a. m: "Opera?
tions of the Holy Spirit."
Sunday: 8 p. m. "What
must I believe to be saved ?
Monday, 8 p. m: What must
I do to be saved?
Tuesday, 8 p. m : The gos?
pel is God's power to save."
Wednesday, 8 p. m : ' 'Theo?
logical, Social, Financial and
Political hindrances to the Gos?
J. N. Harman.
June 29th, 1899.
Desirable Farm for Sale.
Five hundred and ten (510) acres of blue
grass land, on Clinch Rivw, in Tazewell
county, Va., part of the old Watkins place.
J. F. Gore.
For information and terms apply to
H. C. Aldeiison,
March 14, '99. Tazewell.Va.
Fire, Life, Accident, Fidelity, Em?
ployers' Liability, Plate Glass and
THE TAZEWELL INSURANCE AGENCY
represent none but the very best com?
panies, and will write your Insurance
as Cheap as any responsible company
doing business in this State. Before
placing your Insurance call on them
for rates at their office in the Pobst
Building, or drop them a letter, and
rates will be cheerfully and promptly j
furnished. Address all communica?
J. N. HARMAN,
Secretary and Treasurer, Tazewell, Va.
P. 0. Box 36 Telephone 37.
\11 persons whomsoever are hereby no?
tified and warned not to hunt, fish, ride
walk, drive stock across or otherwise tres?
pass on my premises,for the law against all
such will be rigidly enforced.
Samuel T. Heninoer.
Jene 22nd, 1899. 6-22-12m
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's office of tne
Circuit Court <Jf Tazewell County May
George Bennett, Complainant,
Mary Bennett, Defendant,
The object of this suit is to obtain a
divorce, "A Vinculo Matrimonii," by the
said George Bennett vs. Mary Bennett.
And it appearing from affidavit that the
defendant is not a resident of the State of
Virginia, it is ordered that she appear here I
within fifteen days after due publication of |
this order and do what is necessary to pro?
tect her interes* in this suit; and that
copies hereof be published and posted as
prescribed by law.
H. BANE HARMAN,
V. L. Sexton, p. q.
Courses for Degrees, with Electives.
Also Sub-Freshman and Commercial
Courses. Library of 22,000 volumes.
Working Laboratory. Healthful location.
Six Churches?no Bar-rooms. Very]
Moderate Expenses. Aid. Scholarships.
47th session begins Sept. 13th. Cata?
logue, with views, free. Address,
JULIUS D. DREHER, President.
All persons are hereby warned not to
trespass on our land, known as the J. H.
and Ella B. Claire place, on the ridge,
west of Pocahontas, Va. Any tresprs
by driving stock, throwing down fences,
opening gates, disturbing fruit, or other?
wise will be met by a rigid enforcement of
P. P. Billion and R. Bryant.
June, 29th. 3-m.
CAPE MAY, OCEAN CITY, SEA ISLE I
CITY, AYALON, ANGLESEA,
BEACH, N. J.
Many people who have some trouble
with their eyes cannot be fitted by any
kind of glr^s. The educated Optician and
Refractionist, while not treating those
diseases, is, nevertheless, able to diagnose
the case and send you to an Occulist for
treatment. This service is now offered
you, free of charge, by Dr. Louis E. Pep?
per, Optician and Refractionist, who will
be in Tazewell for one week, commencing
July 1st. Consult him about your eyes?
an examination will cost you nothing. He
refers you to the medical profession where
ever he has been.!
Special Excursions via Norfolk & West
em Railway in connection with the Penn
sylvania R. R. July 6th and 20th, August
3rd and 17th, 1899.
Excursion tickets will be sold only for
trains Nos. 4 and 28 on dates of excur
sions, good on all regular trains north of
Hagerstown.except Pennsylvania Limited,
and valid to return leaving the seashore
and Philadelphia within fifteen days,
eluding date of excursion. Rate from
A Btop-over of ten days will be allowed
at Philadelphia on the going trip, if pas?
sengers deposit their tickets with the
Ticket Agent at Broad Street Station,
Philadelphia, immediately on arrival.
Passengers for Atlantic City may use
trains for Broad Street Station, Philadel?
phia via the Delaware River Bridge Route,
the only all-rail line.
Passengers for the other points above
named will use regular trains from Market
Street Wharf, Philadelphia,
t. Aug. 17. 11
Applications for principal and teacheia
for tbe Graham High School, of Graham,
Va., will be received by tiie undersigned
committee until July 1st, 1899. AddV 3
applications to either of the committee.
K. W. WnrEN, )
J. B. Saundebs, > Committee.
W. L. Nash. j
$250,000 In Two Years.
San Francisco, June 27.?Eight minm
have just reached here from Alaska with
$250,000, the result of two years digging
within twenty miles of Dawson. One of
them, \V. H. Armstrong, has a nugget
worth $360. "The country is full of idle
men,''said Armstrong, "and every steamer
brings a lot more to swell the list. There
will be a fairly eood clean-up this ar
around Dawson, but it will belong to i n
times as many men as last year's output.''
TAZEWELL GO. DIRECTORY.
Robert C. Jackson, judge; H. BaneHar
man, clerk. Terms of court?1st Monday
in April, 4th Monday in August and 1st
Monday in December.
J. H. Stuart, judge; T. E. George, clerk.
Terms of court?Tuesday after 3d Monday
in each month.
Jno. T. Barns,.Com'th. Attv.
Jno. \V. Crockett,.Sheriff.
James Bandy,.Deputy Sheriff.
R. K. Gillespie,.Treasurer.
H. P. Brittain and
H. G. McCall.Deputies.
R. S. Williams,.County Surveyor,
Address, Pounding Mill, Va.
P. H. Williams.County Supt. Schools,
Address, Snapps, Va.
Methodist Episcopal Church Soath.
Public worship of God on ihe 1st and
3rd Sundavs at 11 A M., on the 2nd and
4th at 7:30' P. M.
Meeting for prayer, Wednesday at 7:30.
P. M. Sabbath School at 9:30 A. M.
Meeting of Epworth League each Sun?
day at 3' p. m., the third Monday
night of each month being devoted to
A most cordial welcome is extended to all.
J. S. French, Pastor.
Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays at 7 p.
m. and 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a. m.
Prayer meeting Saturday night at 7
o'clock. Sunday school every Sunday at
9:30 a. m.
Philip Johnson, Pastor.
Services at the Lutheran church at North
Tazewell every 1st and 3d Sunday at 11a.
Is c0uipl6' kinds
of work done neatly A . ?r jb ptly.
and Special Jobs.
Our prices will be as low as those
of any first-class offce.
If in need of any kinds of,
Stamps, you will profit by ob>
taining prices from me. Icgtn
furnish. Seals. Stencils, Bur/nin^
Brands, Robber Band Haters!
Revenue Stamp Cancelled .in,j
anything you may na&i in the
Stamp Line. For pieces write
fred w. pendl;eton,
Tazeyrell, Va. |
Ice cream freezers?all ei^es and the
quijkest freezers at, Peery &}st. Glair's.
Lamps and lamp goods, faandeome de?
signs and elegant burners ai peerv & St
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