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A c-ommon <**aution to children
Lut it is also good advice to
?rrown-up men and wom?4i.
You are pl?ying with fire
wh?an you insure your prop?
erty v. ithout carefully select?
ing the company which prom?
is?* to protect you against
nonaa. Why take chances when,
at no ?atra ??et, tha
Clinch Val.sy insurance Agency
Representing the largest for?
eign and domestic fire insur?
ance companies in the wcrld
cam write your insurance in
companies that have always
made satisfactory adjust?
ments and promptly paid
aj loase?. It won't do to exper?
iment with insurance. Our
Agenoy, established seven?
teen year? a<ro, offers you the
best of facilities for caring
for your insurance wants.
We write all CLASSES.
S CLINCH VALLEY INSURANCE A6ENCY
WANTED?Fifty Select Young Men
To Study Famous Gregg Shorthand.
Wanted Fifty High School Graduates
To Take Our Special Banking Course.
Wantid Fifty College Trained Ladies
To Qualify For Law-office Position.
$600 Guaranteed Salary First Year $600.
- Write for Special Card l'ropoaition.
S3"m Jatk Muaick, Manager.
Piedmont Business College, Inc., Lynch
AND PICTURE FRAMES
I have a large and
When in need of any?
thing in these lines
phone 63-B and leave
V. L. STEPHENSON
FARM FOR SALE
Situated un the Southern R. R-. con?
taining 725 acres of land 8 cleared and
in cultivation and grass, the balance in
youne timb* r, some is very fine, large
enough for saw.
Ttiid farm is in tine state of cultiva?
tion, lays from level to gently rolling
and not an acre of waste land on the
whole farm. It has 125 aerea in grass,
well watered by springs, creeks and
branches, and has some very fine creek
300 acres fenced with Page and barb?
Almost new nine-room frame resi
? ie?.c<- *nh pantry, bath room, cloe??t
and two ponchee, with a two room hour ?
i Usa yard, sm?.k?^-house, dairy, large
barn with 10 ctaila and n!i??dded for stor?
ing machintry, new grainery, ice-house
all of ce, two large corn corn cribs,
6 tenant houses, 7 tobacco barns, fine
wall of water at the house with a spring
:"i0 yards from the house
? very fine orchard of about 200 trees.
.8 years' old in full bearing and first-class
200 yards of depot, 1?J mil?? to schoola
^nd churches. Good local market for
everything raised on the farm.
The owner sold from this place last
year 100 tons of hay, 1000 bushels of
oate, i<50 bushels of wheat, 280 bushels
of potato? s, large quantity of tobacco
and stock and raised 2500 bushels of corn.
We ci.iitider this one of the best pro
perti; s i.n ihe market for the money
and we are authorized to offer it for a
short time for
For further information, terms ?fee,
see or write
WIN6FIELD & HARRELL
ROANOKE. :-: VIRGINIA.
? Young man bave yon ever
, weighed the matter of LIFE M
, SURAKCE? If so yon have, no
i donbt, found, that the day yon
i secnre a policy yon created an
i estate of which yon cannot be
i robbed. With the automatic pre
i minm loan feature, yonr policy
is not forfeltable for failure to
pay premiom at a specified
?Call on or write as for fnll in?
formation. We represent one of
America's oldest and most re?
liable Intnal Companies.
F. W. PEN?LE ("ON
INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
H. Claude Pobst was in G rai am yes?
terday on professional business.
We call special attention to the citi?
zens meeting to be beld at the ?Court
H june next Tuesday night at 7:30 p. m
to discuss ways and means of beautify -
i \$x and improving oar town and making
it ??mora attractive place tor residence J
1GWKAXD COUNTY NEWS
Lather N?*el. of BluttieM. was a busi?
ness visitor here on Tuesday.
Douglas Sobon, of Huntinjr'on, W.
Vs., called on relatives hei* Tuesday.
Attorney H. Claude 1'obst was a busi"
nea? visitor to Kichlanda on last Fridsy
Don't forget that Pobst will have just
what you will want for a gift this year.
Judge S. M B. Coulling returned
Sundav from a business trip to Wythe
Csptsin J. D. Alexander is visiting
bis daughter, Mrs. S. W. Aston, in Leb?
Mr. Robert Witten is critically ill
with pneumonia at bis home on Plum
Harry Bailey, of Kenova, W. Va.,
was the guest of friends here on last
C. C. Hale, mayor of Keystone, W.
Va., was here attending court first of
Young ladies, you can buy your friend,
I (boy friend 1 mean), a nice tie clasp at
| Pobst's. Adv.
Judge W. J. Henson, of Roan.ke, was
in the city on Friday and Saturday of
One of the best selected stocks of
toilet sets (brush, comb and mirror) at
George B. Fuller moved into the Miss
Mag Litz property on west Main street
Preaching in the Luthern church next
Sunday morning. Also in the evening
at 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harman, of Col?
umbus, Ohio, spent Sunday and Monday
in our little city.
Miss Fannie Litz is spending Thanks?
giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Litz, at Adria.
Less than four weeks till Christmas.
Don't put it off till the lsst day to buy.
Pobst's is headquarters. Adv.
Miss Ethel Pobst returned Mondsy
from s visit to relatives and friends in
Radford and Pulaski.
Don't forget the bazaar to be given
by the ladies of the Cemetery Associa?
tion on December 6th and 7th.
Eugene Peirce, of Jewell, is here to
spend Thanksgiving with his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Peirce
John W. Campbell, of North Taze
well, left Friday for a business trip
through the Elk born coal fields.
Walter Graham, of Graham, the late
bull moose candidate for Congress in
the Ninth, wss here Mondsy and Tues?
day attending court.
Everything in the way of Pins of ev?
ery description, such as breast pins,
belt pins, waist pins, cuff pins, scarf
pins, chattelain pins, jet pins, hat pins,
bar pins. All prices, at Pobst's. Adv.
The dinner to be served by the ladies
of the Tazewell Cemetery Association
on December G h and 7th will be in the
O.d Lin. Don't fail to patronize this
Our cow feed is made of wheat bran,
corn, meal and cotton seed meal. Can
ysu beat this for quality? The price is
Adv. Star Millitg Company.
Miss Rosalie S'ras was operated on
for appendicitis at the Johnston-Willis
hospital in Richmond on Friday. The
operation was a success and she is mak?
ing a nice recovery.
Mr. Thomas J. Profitt and Miss Pearl
Short, of Richlands, were married in
the clerk's office at this place on last
Monday evening. The Rev. Jsmes
Johnson performed the ceremony.
F. R Steele left lsst Thursday on s
business trip to Baltimore and New
York. Mrs. Steele accompanied him to
Baltimore to visit friends in that city.
They will return today.
You will find a choice selection of
pendants and neck chains at Pobst's at
from $2.50 to $42 50; and if you want
something better can have a selection
on approval in three days time. Adv
There will be a civil service examina?
tion held at Maxwell and Pocahontas on
Saturday, December 7th, to fill a va?
cancy in the position of rural carrier at
Pocahontas. Further particulars may
be had by application to your local post?
J. A. Leslie returned Saturday from
Pulaski, where he attended the meeting
of the Southwest Sunday School Asso?
ciation. It is to be expected that we
soon will have a "few feeble remarks"
telling of his trip and what the associa?
The Star Milling Company, of North
Tazewell, sold nearly a car load of ma?
nure spreaders for delivery during the
fall. No better investment can be made.
These spreaders are sold to the farmers
on trial. Adv.
B. W. Stras, jr., now practicing law
in Winston-Stilem, N. C, bas been re?
tained to defend Wesley Edwards, one
the leaders of the Allen-Edwards clan
that wiped out the Carroll county court
officials at Hillsville on the 11th of last
March. Mr. Stras is a product of old
Tazewell, and his retention ss attorney
in so celebrated a case indicates that be
is rapidly making good in his chosen
profession of law.
There ie more catarrh in tbia section of
the country than all other diseases pnt to?
gether, and until the last few years was
suppose?! to be incurable. For a great
many years ductor? pronounced it a local
diseaee und present**?! local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounce?! it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a consti?
tutional ?linease and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only ?i.etitu
tional cure on the market. It is taken in?
ternally in ?ioeee from 10 drops to a tea
apoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and niiiconna surface? of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for rircul?ire and testi?
F. J. Chunky A. Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-!
FIFTY THOUSAND TURKEYS
Christmas is near at hand and we must
have thousands of Turkeys to fill our orders Pnie
pnacts are for good prices No better market in the
U. S., thau Philadelphia. No larger store or better
location in the city than ours. 31 years experience.
Reliable in every particular, ask the Commercial
Agencies and our banks about us. Cur specialty is
fancy dressed poultry. We have the meet perfect
system of weighing and checking to be found.
Plenty of experienced help in every department.
Personal attention given to every shipment' All
stock sold for top market valut?. Correct weights
and prompt returns. Write at once for card o?
dressing instructions and pric?3s. We want the
name of every one who has turkeys Have < our
poultry well fatteued and we g arantee you will be
phased with our sa'e. Eggs high and w.?nkd, also
large fat chickens. Try us. Write today.
YOURS TO SERVE,
Frank Hellerick & Co.
349 NEW .MARKET STREET
Ton haven't been photo?
graphed since yon 1?re
Isn't it about time?
There's a modern photographer in your town,
BLACK'S PHOTO STUDIO
"PHOTOS THAT PLEASE"
Main Street TAZEWELL YA.
for dainty people.
for the business
man. In fact our
stock is the most
complete in town.
We can fil yur
stationery wants if you will give
Fill them at reasonab't prices too.
ed with us.
u? a chance.
JACKSON'S DRUG STORE
MOLES AND WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, without pain or ?danger,
no matter how large or how far above the surface of
the skin. And they will never return and no trace or
scar will be left. MOLESOFF is applied direct to the
MOLE or WART, which entirely disappears in about
six days, killing the germ and leaving the skin smooth
MOLESOFF is put up only in One Dollar bottles.
Each bottle is forwsred postpaid on receipt of pri?e, is neatly packed
in a plain case, accompanied by full directions, and contains enough rem?
edy to remove eight or ten ordinary MOLES or WARTS. We sell
MOLESOFF under o positive GUARANTEE if it fails to remove your
MOLE or WART, we will promptly refund the dollar. Letters from per?
sonages we all know, together with much valuable information, will be
mailed free apon request.
Guar?ate?!1 bjr Mm Flerid? Distrikatitif. Co., under tit Feed and Oral id, June 30,190S. Serial He. 45.133
~??PP" FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING CO.
WE ARE THANKFUL
BcCiUSE since lut Thuksgirliig Dir, et haie succeeded hi
assisting nearly ONE HUNDRED Ham? Seekers la tke selecrtea
tf eiceKMt farms. We ara especially thankful because ntrjr
one of them are SATISFIED and thankful for these senrices
we hive reataren! l?em.
if you will g!?e us the opportunity duriog tine coning year
ta assist you in the selectisn af I tarn, YOU WILL HAVE
GREAT CAUSE TO BE THANKFUL Why not !ry it?
THE INTERSTATE LAND COMPANY
Rock. W. Va . Nov. 26.
T. H. Roblnstt was In Welch last
week on business.
Mrs. W. V. Bailey was the guest of
Mrs T. H. Robinett Tuesday.
Miss Alice Bandy is visiting her grand
parent? ?t 1 sshmet this week.
G. P. Robinett, who hs? been ill for
sometime continues in poor health.
A. J. Myers, of Pounding Mill, Va ,
was calling on friends here last week.
Smith Davis, who hs? been so low
with typhoid fever is now able to ?it
H. H. Gregg? and A. S. Hackney,
were bueiness visitors In Princeton last
There is an epedemic of whooping
cough among the children along the
Rock i? having its first touch of win?
ter. At this writing the first snow of
the ?eaeon is here and the weather is
The neighbors of Rob Ksrnes, of
Kegley, were startled on Saturday by
the report of a gun near the ?table in
the rear of the Karnes home. On in?
vestigation they found Karnes lying
dead at the rear of the stable where hs
had shot himself through the bead. It
is said that domestic difficulties were
the cause of the deed.
Ni^W Norfolk & Western
Schedule in Effect May 26,, 1912.
Leave Tazewell Daily for Bluefield
11:06 a. m. 6:39 p. m
9:44 a. m. 3:04 p. m.
9:15 a. m , for Roanoke, Lynchburg,
Norfolk and points on Shenandoah Divi?
sion. Pullman sleeper to Norfolk. Cafe
Car to Roanoke. Pullman sleeper Roa?
noke to New York via Hagerstown.
Dining car. Parlor car Roanoke ana
7:20 s. m. daily for East Radford,
Roanoke and Norfolk. Pullman Parlor
car Roanoke and Richmond.
2:30 p. m. daily for Roanoke, Lynch
burg and intermediate stations and the
Shenandoah Valley. Pullman sleeper
Gary-Philadelphia via Hagerstown. Cafe
9:23 p. m. for Roanoke, Lynchburg,
Richmond, Norfolk. Pullman sleeper
to Norfolk. Ronoke to Richmond Cafe
6:10 a. m. for lager and 11:50 a. m
8:10 a. m. for Welch, Williamson, R??
nova, Portsmouth, Columbus and points
West. Pullman sleeper to Columl us
Cafe dining cars
2:00 p. m. for Gary and intermediate
stations. Pullman sleeper. Cafe car.
8:20 p. m. for Welch, Williamson, R??
nova. Portsmouth, Cincinnati, Colum?
bus St. Louis and the West. Pullman
Bleepers to Cincinnati and Columbus.
For aditional information, apply at
ticket office or to
W. B. BEVIL. W. C. SAUNDERS,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Ase't Gen. Pass. Agt.
QNE-WAY and ROUND-TRIP Tickets
at lowest prevailing rates. Travel on the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY
and connecting lines, to
Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana,
Idaho. Washington, Oregon, or to the
Will pend free illustrated literature and fall infor?
mation promptly upon request. It costs yon nothing.
J. C. EA TO N, Traveling Jmmig. Agent, 40 E. 4th St , Cincinnati, O.
IZ&y? The Reliable Household Untern
There in always need for a good lantern around
the home?in the yard, in the cellar, in the attic?
wherever a lamp is inconvenient or unsafe.
The RAYO i? idea! for home use. It five-, a dear, bright
light?like sunlight on tap. It is strong, durable, compa?rt, hand jr.
Doesn't leak. Doesn't smoke. Easy to light ?und rewkk- Will
last for years. Ask for the RAYO.
At Demlmrm Emery teAet e,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
^?????"??***-le ? ?? m^jrwr jd?tT%t*y}
neweem.\XA ? TSannii at!
Mrs. J. O. Straley and children left
on Monday for Knoxvi'le, Tenn , to
visit relatives. After the bolidsys they
will make their home in Bristol. The
sympathy and best wishes of all oar
people go with them.
Rev. John E. Naff, formerly pastor
of the Methodi?-. cbureb at this place,
has been sent to Saltville In place ? '
Rev. D. P. Hurley, wbo was promote 1
to the place of presiding elder to suc?
ceed the late Rev. J. 0. Straley.
OUR REPRESENTATIVE will display a complete line
of Fall and Winter 1912 Woolens in full length samples at
JEEFERSONVILLE HOTEL SAMPLE ROOM
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 9th, IOth and lltii.
Please don't confuse us with other imitating institu?
tions. This is the original one that has made this trade
MADE TO ORDER MADE TO FIT
$13?COAT AND TROUSERS?$13. <
Extend our representative the courtesy of looking over
our high-class line of Woolens and b 3 measured by an ex?
pert designer, thereby insuring a perfect fit and have your
correct measure on our file.
THE UNITED WOOLEN MILLS CO.
TAILORS TO THE MASSES.
PARKERSBURG, W. VA.
302 Market St..
CLARKSBURG. W. VA.
318 Pike St.,
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
113 Capitol St.,
HUNTINGTON, W. VA.
326 Ninth St.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
1233 Market St.,
MORGANTOWN, W. VA.
357 High St.,
MARIETTA, OHIO, 192 Front St.
422-424 Vine St.,
430 Main St.,
47 N. High St.,