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and promptly paid
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teen years ago, offers you_the
bast of facilities for caring
for your In so rentre wants.
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CLIhGH VALLEY INSURANCE A6ENCY
FARM FOR SALE
Situated on the Southern R. R., con?
taining 726 acres of land ? cleared and
oKlvatioo and grass, th.; balance in
young timlitr, eome is very fine, large
ti.ough for saw.
This farm is in fine state of cultiva?
tion, lays fjrora level to gently roiling
and no' an acre of waste land on the
arbola fauna. It has 125 acres in grass,
well watered by springs, creeks an?l
branches, and has sum?; very fine creek
300 acres fenced with Page and barb?
Almost new nine-room frame resi?
dence with pantry, L>ath room, closet
and tw) porches, with a two room house
in the yard, smoke-house, dairy, large
barn w:th 10 stalls and shedded for stor?
ing machinery, new grainery, ice-house
full of .ce, two large corn corn cribs,
5 tenar.? houses, 7 tobacco barns, fine
well of water at the house with a spring
50 yards from the house
A vei y fine orchard of about 200 trees,
18 year., old in fall bearing and first-class
200 y urda of depot, le miles to schools
and churches. Good lo- ?\ market for
eveiytl i-g rais??d on the farm.
The. rater ?old t.-^i.. ?...?< piace last
year 100 tons of hay, l'K/tj t>ushels of
oats, fi husbels of win at, 280 bu.ahels
of o?-t<. ._s, large quantity ?f tobacco
auid s: and raiseu 2500 ousels of corn.
Vie i . -ider th?? one of the best pro
p? rtie ii Uie market for the money I
ami we re authorized to offer it for a ]
F?.r further information, terms &c,
Ma or write
rVINBflELD & HARfifcLL
ROaNOKK. :-. VIRGINIA.
?TOWN ANO COUNTY NEWS
T P. Uilpin, of llluetield. was visiting
. friends here first of the w? ck
Miss Nancye L?"slie left Saturday fo ?
I Lake City, Florid?, where she will teach
music this wi- ter
| Mies K??alie Stras entertain-d the
11 young society set of the city on list
Misses ilattie Fudge and Kachel Bow
en will leave today, for Uiehmon ', to at?
tend the State Fair.
?s Sehon, of Huntington, W.
nt Tuesday litre as the cue?t of
frierd? and r. 1 itives.
Si 1' Gtcge attended the dance
git en by the Kunawha Club of Blue
ti? Id, W. Va., o.i Friday nuht last.
Mrs. F. R. Steele gave a receptuw.
on last Saturday afternoon in honor of
her guest, Miss Howard, of Bluefield
Mr. and Mrs. T. C Bowen enter tti !???
on last Friday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Bowen, jr., of the Cove.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Russell and then
guest. Mis?? Mary Carrington, of L -x
ington. Va., spent Mond.iy in Bluefit Id.
Mrs. I. C Dudd, who had t >
ing friends here for several days, re?
turned to her home in Bluefield Satur?
Dr. Wade H. St. Clair, of Bluefield, a
former Tazewell boy, is in New Yor?
City atteoding a meeting of the Ameri
Presidirg Elder J. O Straley lefl
Monday for Abingdon to attend the an?
nual session of Holston conference that
is now being held there.
William I'eirce left Sunday for Rich?
mond to resume his studies in the de?
partment of pharmacy at the Univer?
sity College of Medicine.
Misses Virginia and Karl and Mastei
Billie Bundy left Monday for Nashville,
Tenn., to spend the winter with theii
sister, Mrs. T. E. Warren.
Miss Maybelle Greever left Tuesdaj
for a two weeks visit to friends in Rich
mond and Lynchburg, and to attend th?
fair in each of these cities.
Jim Kelly, of this place, and Georg?
Kelly, of Burkes Garden, left Monda}
for Washington, D. C-, where they wil
enter Georgetown University.
Mrs, Una Burton and Miss Anni
Dudley, of Graham, are in Richmond at
tending the state convention of th
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
Mrs. Robert Moss, of Burkes Garden
who is receiving treatment at the Johr
ston-Willia hospital in Richmond is, he
friends will be glad to learn, much in
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mn
Harry Huston on next Tuesday aftei
noon, October 8th, at 3 o'clock. A
members are earnestly requested to h
C. C. Hyatt, of Norton, and W. i
Hull, of Richlands, president and msi
airer respectively of the Richlands Brie
Corporation, were business visitors :
Jud May left Thursday last for Ot
Hill, W. Va , where, in partnersh
with his friend and schoolmate, Herbe
Jones, of that place, he will enter tl
real estate business.
The thermometer on Tuesday mornii
registered 36, or only 4 degrees abo'
freezing. A heavy fog prevented a 1
cal frost. On yesterday morning
reached 32 degrees, no fog preventin
there was a heavy frost. _
Mrs. W. B. F. White, of Richlanc
and Mrs. W G. O'Brien, of this plac
left Monday evening for Richmond
attend the annual meeting of the Sta
Woman's Christian Temperance Unit
now in session in the Capital City.
Robert F. Johnson, who has be
spending the summer here with his p
rents. Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Johnson, le
Monday for Bluefield to join Mrs. Joh
son, who had been visiting relativ
there, snd from there they went
their home in Tampa, Florida, whe
Mr. Johnson is court reporter for t
sixth judicial circuit.
A party of young men from Grana;
consisting of Clarence Greever, La
rer.ee Edwards, Robert and Earl ii
h- ?ni, Clarence Burton and Wade Crew
ett, are in Beartown this week chasi
old bruin. Bear are reported plenti
in the vicinity of Beartown this ft
and the boys from Graham are hope)
of killing a couple at least.
After a summer of p'easure, part
and picnics the women of our little c
are again ready to resume their m<
serious work in the various clubs tl
furnish an outlet for their intellect
and musical ability, ?rod the Womai
Cluh, the Music Club and the Bil
classes of the various churches will
resume their regular meetings this we
Attorney J. W. Hicks, of Graham,
engaged this week in abstracting t
deed to the Graham College properl
recently acquired by the town of Gi
ham and Clear Fork district sch
board as a site for the town's new hi
school building. It is the intention
the .school authorities to proceed with
much haste as possible in order that t
new building can be gotten under w
at an early date. '"
The Cemetery Association met w
the president, Mrs J. D. Harrisson,
last Saturday afternoon. There w<
quite a number of the members pr
ent, and plans for the coming year wi
discussed and arrangements made
che annual rummage sale, which will
?leid in the old Harrisson bouse on w
Main street on Friday and Saturdi
October 11th and 12th. The wagon v
gather up donations on October 10
and it is hoped that all contributing
this worthy charity will have their <
nations ready when the wagon cai
The annual bazaar of tbe associ?t)
will be held a week earlier than usi
this year, snd the date will be annout
Is Your* Purse Full?
YOUR farm is the purse from which you
take the necessities and luxuries of life.
What provision are you making to keep
your purse full ? to insure a constant supply
of food, clothing, heat, light, and protection?
No soil can produce constant yearly crops
without an adequate supply of plant food. It
is easier, and far cheaper, to maintain a fertile
condition of the soil than it is to build it up
after it is once exhausted. Be wise ? begin
now to u>e faithfully an
I H C Manure Spreader
Kemp 20th Centary, Corn King, Cloverleti, Steel Coro King, Steel
Cloverlesi, Low Lift, Low Spread, Newlow
Distribute stable manure and saturated bed?
ding while it is still fresh. Make the quantity
of manure usually spread by the fork do twice
the amount of good by distributing it with an
IHC spreader, leaving the ground more evenly
fertilized and in greatly improved condition.
The driving mechanism of the IHC spreader
is strong and thoroughly protected. The
aprons, both endless and return, run on large
rollers. The feed is positive. The manure is
spread evenly, light or heavy as may be neces?
sary, tiie quantity spread never changing until
the feed is changed.
See the IHC local dealer and have him
show you the spreader best suited to 3'our
needs. Get catalogues and full information
from him, or, write
International Harvester Company of America
I H C Serrac. Bureau
The purpose of this Bureau is to furnish, free
of charte to all. the best information obtainable
on better farminf. If you have anr ?worthy qu?f
liom concerning soil?, crops, land ?Jrainaf?. irrl
callon. frrtiliierit etc.. make y?*?/inquiries >^e?i?t
ana send them loIHC Service Bureau. Harvette*
Buildlnf. Chicago, USA
MOLES AND WARTS
Removed w.ith M< fLESOFP, without pain or danger,
no matter how large or how far above the surface of
the skin And tliev "'.ill never return and no trace or
scar will be left. MOLESOFF is applied direct to the
MOLK or WARP, ?? hieb entirely disappears in about
six days, killing the germ and leaving the skin smooth
MOL Eso F F is put up only in One Dollar bottles.
Each bottle is forwar.*d postpaid on receipt of price, ia neatly packed
in a plain cas?1, sccompanied by full directions, and contain? enough rem?
edy to remove e?ght or t->n ordinary MOLES or WARTS. We sell
MOLESOFF under o positive GUARANTEE if it fails to remove your
KOLE or WART, we will promptly refund the dollar. Letters from per?
sonages we all know, together with much valuable information, will be
mailed free upon request.
Guaranteed by the Florida Distributing Co., under the Food and Drug act. June 39,1906. Serial No. 45,633.
^StZnZT FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING CO.
Q BRICK BREVITIES ?
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.23 ?? The beet way to get ready for winter is to move into a brick house.
5\ |I When the coal bill comes you will be glad you are in a brick house.
?> D II When your neighbor's house burns, you will be sorry for him but you
.11 be thankful that yours is brick.
II When you build, use the best brick. It pays.
R1CHLANDS BRICK CORPORATION!
9 RmUIANIl? ?' VIRGINIA *
RIGHLANDS, :-: VIRGINIA
COST OF LIVING
g You can materially reduce your cost of living'
I by purchasing your groceries here. Call and]
price our goods and compare with ihe cost;
A trial order will convince you
C. T. Peery 6c Company
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
Miss Margaret Spratt, of Richlands,
is visiting friends here.
Kev. S. O. Hall will fill his appoint
in Burkes Garden next Sunday.
Mrs. Will Asbury, of Pounding Mill,
is the guest of Mrs. John D. Gillespie
: here this w-.'k.
W. O. Whitman, of Loudoun county.
is here this week shaking hands with
his many friend?.
Attorney II. Claude Pobst leftj yostet
: da> for Williamson, W. Va., on profet?
! sionai business.
| Don't fail to see Ma Dusenberry an I
Her Daughters at the Picture Theater
next Saturday night.
W. T. Gillespie. cashier of the Tsze
wt-ll Nstional Bank, is confined to hi.?
home with s severe cold.
Miss Tut McCall was the gu?st of
Mi??s Florence Becker in Bluefield the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. J. A. Crockett and son, John.
were the guests of Mrs. S. C. Barns, o"
? Bluefield, first of the week.
i Miss Anna Dickenson, of Castlewood,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. S. Hig
ginbotham, of this place.
Mrs. F. J. Hearn and Miss Callie Hall
were the guests of their brother, A. G.
Hall, of Bluefield, first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson, of Blue
field, were here on yesterday to attend
the Scott-White wedding at North Taze
The store and residence of Mose
Puckett, at Pisgah, were destroyed
by fire at an early hour on Tuesday
Harry Lee Spratt, of the Boston Na?
tional League baseball team, is visiting
his parents, Mr. ami Mrs W. h. Spratt,
11 is to laugh. Then attend the per?
formance of Ma Dusenberry and Her
Daughters at the Picture Theater on
Miss Nancy Hawkins left Tuesday for
Wilcoe, W Va , to take a position in
the postolfrSfe in the little metropolis of
the Tug River field.
Mrs. A. J. Copenhaver, of the Cove,
who has been visiting Capt. and Mrs.
D. B. Bsldwin in Bluefield, returned to
her home Tuesday.
Robert K. Hawkins left Sunday for
Richmond, where he will enter the Uni?
versity College of Medicine to take ?
course in pharmacy.
Mrs. C. A. Thompson will leave Sun?
day for Harrisonburg, to attend the
meeting of the Grand Chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy.
J. D. Alexander has rented his home
on main Btreet, and will dispose of hid
household effects etc., at public auction;
beginning at 10 o'clock, on Thursday
next, October 10th.
There will be a stated communication
of Tazewell Lodge No. (?2 on next Mon?
day night. Visiting brothers cordially
welcome. By order of the Worehpful
Master. J. S. Bottimore.
An interesting letter from W. S
Coldiron, of Ohnger, was received
too late to appear this issue but will
find space for next week as he give.-,
good reasons why progressives should
Big Surpise to Many in Ta?ewell.
Local |i??i|.l- are i-urptiae at the t^l 1CK
lei-uiis received from ?impla Uicktlion.
hark, glveeiii e, etc., M mixed in Aliier
t-ka, the German appendicitis remedy
Joliu K. Jackson statt? lhat tliia simple re?
medy ?nliseptie:i? s the digestive ayataan
and ?Irawt- oil the inn,.urine?1 eo thoroughly
that a SINGLE DOSJ? relieves sour stoiu
auli, eas ua the stomaeti and coneiipaiioi.
JohnK. Jaeksou, Druggibt.Tssewell, Va.
Also reeouiiiieud by the Uichland Mer
eantile Co., of Riehlands, Va.
VIRGINIA?In the Clerk's Office o?
the Circuit Court of the County of
Tazewell on the 3rd day of October,
Ollie A. Brewer, Plaintiff,
Against i In Chancery.
Charles Brewer, Defendant.
The object of this suit is to obtain n
divorce a vinculo matrimonl from the
defendant, and an affidavit having been
made and filed that Charles Brewer ia
not resident of the state of Virginia, it
is ordered that he do appear here with?
in fifteen days after due publication
hereof, and do what may be necessary
to protect his interest in this suit. And
it is further ordered that a copy hereof
be published once a week for four suc?
cessive weeks in the Tazewell Republi?
can, a newspaper published in the coun?
ty of Tazewell, and that a copy hereof
be posted at the front door of the court?
house of this county in a manner pre
ccribed by law, and that a copy of thip
order be sent by registered mail to the
defendant, Charles Brewer, to White
wood, Va., his last known place of
C. W. GREEVER, Clerk.
W. B. Spratt, p. q.
Special Grass arid
Make the Largest Yields of
Hay and Pasturage.
Th<^ are combined in proper propor?
tion to give the beat resulta for the differ?
ent soil? for which they are recommend?
We u?e in thttce mixture? our Trade
Mark Brand Se?da. which are beat qual?
ities obtainable, and tested both as to
germination and purity.
Our customer? report the most satis?
factory results, both as to securing excel
lent stands and largest yields of both Lay
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog
gives full information; also tell about all
other ?Grasa and Cover Seeds, Alfalfa,
Vetchea and all Farm and Gar den Seeds
for fall planting.
Catalog mailed free. Write for it.
X- W. WOOD& SONS,
Sssdimea, . Richmond, Va.
Taxes for 1912
To The Taxpayers of TazewelI County:
As required by law, I propose to b * at
the following places on the date mentioned
for reception of 1912 Taxes and Lev es,
.PAINT LICK, W. S. Witt & Bro's Store, Thursday, October 10.
RUSKIN, J. W. BoweR & Company's Store, Friday October 11.
BURKES 6ARDEN R. E. Goodnart's Store, Monday, October 14.
SHAWVER'S MILLS, S. J. Gundiff's Store, Tuesday, October 15.
RIGHLANOS, Crabtree & Williams' Store, Wednesday, October 16.
CEDAR BLUFF, Blue Sulphur Inn, Thursday, October 17.
P0UNDIN6 MILL, Steele, Hurt & Company's Store, Friday, October 18
P0CAKONTAS, City Courthouse, Tuesday, October 22.
YARDS. C. W. Butt's Store, Forenoon ) _,._.?_? ?,*??,., ?a
FALLS MILLS, I. H. Harry's Store. Afternoon | mmii1 0ctober 23
GRAHAM, City Courthouse, Thursday, October 24.
TIPTOP, R. P. Harman & Company's Store, Friday, October 25.
And at other times, during business hours, at the TREASURER'S t FILE,
TAZEWELL, VA., apto the first day of December, 1912, after which date the 5 per
cent, penalty is required by law to be added to unpaid taxes.
The County Treasurer is now required to settle with the Auditor of Pu ic Ac?
counts every 30 days, so the penalty will necessiarly be added to unpaid taxes ecem
ber 1st. Do not neglect this.
H. P. BRITTAIN, Treasurer Tazewell County
N. B.?Claims payable by the County Treasurer are subject to the taxe of the
person in whose favor the cinim was issued.
OUR CANDIES WIN HEARTS
OUR sweet*- win hearts and are always in good
ta-te. She will be certain to like your chocolates
and bonbons. Maybe you know what kind of con?
fections she likes best?we have the best kinds,
send her a box to-day.
Martha Wat-hington, Liggett? and Guthd
JACKSON'S DRUG STORE
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Sue G. Hancock, who sues etc., Com?
VS. \ IN CHANCERY.
John G. Watts' Executrix et als.,
J. S. & A. P. Gillespie, Complainants.
VS. ?- IN CHANCERY.
John G. Watts' Executrix et als., De?
To ail of the creditors of the estatu of
John G. Watts, Deceased, and to all
parties interested m the two above
styled chancery causes.
Take Notice: That thu undersigned
Commissione?-r, who was appointed at
the August term, 1912, of the Circuit
Court of Tazewell County, Virginia, to
take and state the account hereinafter
set forth, will on the 21st day of Octo?
ber, 1912, at the lawoffice of J. Powell
Royall, Tazewell, Virginia, proceed to
take and state as follows:
"Take a further account in these
causes and report any other liabili?
ties which may exist against the
estate of John G. Watts and which
have not heretofore been reported,
and said Commissioner is further
directed to ascertain and report to
the Court what assets are under con?
trol of the Court and can be applied
the indebtedness against the estate
of tha said John G. Watte; and it be?
ing suggested that there are not as?
sets sufficient belonging to said
estate to pay off all of the indebted?
ness, said Commissioner is further
directed to fix the amount of the
liabilities of said estate, of a cer?
tain date, and also to fix the asserts
of said estate of the same date,
and ascertain and report what per
centage of the general liabilities can
be met by the assets under the con?
trol of the Court, and, in ascertain?
ing said per centage of the general
liabilities, said Commissioner is
directed to first ascertain and report
what costs and taxes or other lia?
bilities are still outstanding against
the estate, which must be paid in
full, and in fixing said per centage
of liabilities to be paid, said Com?
missioner shall take into considera?
tion any payments wbich have here?
tofore been made upon any of the
gen- ral liabilities of this estate, and
paid Commissioner will report anv
other matters r?quired by any of
the parties, or deemed pertinent by
At which time and place you are re?
quired to be preeent._and present such
proof, and do whatever may be neces?
sary to protect your interests in this
J. POWELL ROYALL,
Sept. 16th, 1912. CorrmUsioner
Miss Ruff, a trained nurse, of Hluefield
came yesterday to wait on Mrs. Carrie
Buchanan, of Thompson Valley, who is
quite ill with typhoid feaver.
BIDS WANTED ON DIRT ROAD:.
Bids will be received* by the B- rd of
Supervisors of Tazewell eountv .t the
Clerk's Office at Tazewell, Va., p un?
til noon of Tuesday, the 8th day f ( >c
tober, 1912, for the construction t. d im?
provement of about
TWENTY-THREE MILES t F
in Jeffersotivillo Magisterial D trict.
Separate bids are asked for on i i ? I
S?sction No. 1?From terminu?. fthe
macadam road in Thompson Vail? w?-st
to Maiden Spring district line, ad's
tance of IJ miles, and to a wid- of 18
Section No. 2?From terminus "f tK.e
macadam road leading up The ipsin
Vall?*y, up ?aid valley te G. S. '1 onv>
son's place, n distance of 3? miler to be
graded to a width of 18 feet.
Section No. 3?From forks of ? ad at
John B. Witten'8 residence up c ek to
Ed Thompson's brick house, 2? ailts,
to be graded to a width of 18 feet
Section No. 4?From forks of i ? ad at
John B. Witten's residence to til mac?
adam road near Burnt School H ise, a
distance of one mile, to a widi of 18
Section No. 6?From forks of r ad at
John B. Witten's residence to in rsret
with macadam road leading ? > w n
O'Possum Hollow, a distance if l?
miles, to a width of 18 feet.
Section No. 6?From main Th< ^pson*"
Valley road via Pleasant Hill ur h
to.Thompson Valley creek, the ^e -?p
said creek to intersect O Poasia B.-i
low road, a distance of 2J mil- , to a
width of 18 feet.
S'.'ction No. 7-From Maiden pri g
Magisterial District line in Poor V .11? v,
up said valley to near John A. ' ea?'s
residence, a distance of 3J mil. , to a
width of 18 feet.
Section No. 12?From Gap ?; re, in
Baptist Valley, dewn said valie> west
to Maiden Spring district line, a dis?
tance of one mile, to a width of 1 feet.
Section No. 18?From Gap St *e, in
Baptist Valley, down Dry Fork t state
line, a distance of 61 miles, to e vid h
of 18 feet.
Section No. 20- From Dry F k, .t
the mouth of Ray's Fork, th> :e p
Ray's Fork to Maiden Spring V gb
rial District line, a dis'ane- t 0 92
miles, to a width of 18 feet.
By order of the Board of Supei K ?,
C W. GREEVER, lark.
Tazewell, Va,, Sept. 25, 1912.
Dave Bandy accused bis chil. J< !a
Bfciidy, ag d 13 years, of st< in; a
was!.-pan of Irish potatoes; h 1 et
tried and fined $1.80, which was . id y
Sept. 26, 1912. Adv.