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APPLE ORCHARD FOR SALE
NEAR ROANOKE
1.250 treei, bearing. 20 acres of land
on rnc"dam road J mile from ??tatioc.
on the N & W. Ry.
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POWER AND FARM
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pood repair, stable urd tv o tenant
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R.'.ilriarl station, atorop. church, irhoo!
tri -e, tel^prsph a&d exp.-ess > tfic?
ell within one-half mile, telephone in
mill.
Lasted in one of the beet ?rain eeo
i OW in the state with l:?rge local pat?
ronage.
FINE ROANOKE COUNTY
LAND.
1"0 acr???. six miles from RoanonV
City, smooth land near rsilrcad i-tHtior
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Bankrupt's Notice.
In the District Cmrt of the United
State! ft.-, the Western District of
Virginia.
IN BANKRUPTCY.
I o the matter of II. G. ."??uliif.lland,
Bankrupt, ;- la BanKruptcy.
To the creditors of H. G. Mulholland, of
Pocaliontas, in the County of Taze
wn-Il, and District aforesaid, ajirik
rupt:
Ni tice is berel<y givej
13th day of N>v?= mbor
?vaid I. G. riulhollar;
cat cd bank: apt; arc
of Uta emsditort will
Virgitiic?, in tr.r law
Ilk-ks. on t! e 27.h
U., 1912, rt 9:3o o'clock in >f.
at whi?.*i ti .:iy at?
tend, prove rri?>ir rl- ?rn?. a,?Df "Tl ?* tru-<
tee, oxami'-e the bankrupt, and trnn
act. i icn oir-^r buginr>sa aa may properiy
cam? befort? tun? lotto?as:.
D??. ?L 1912. MAYO CABCLL,
Adv. Refere?, in B?jutruptcy.
"Niagara Maid" and "Wayne-Knit"
>Uk How. in Holiday box??, at THE
?IG STO?E. Adv.
TOWN ANO COUNTY NEWS
Mr?. J. G. Huston was shopping in
Blu* field Saturday.
Fruit cake? and cakes of all kind* at
!C. T. Peery & Company's. Adv.
Benjamin Reed, of Pocabontas, was
h^Tv* ?<n business yesterday.
, Gloves for all at THE BIG STORE.
?Adv.
P n't wait until the last minute to do
? your ChristmHS shopping. Do it tidny.
Mr. and Mr??. J. Sanders Gdlespie,
I of Chffield, were shopping here on yes?
terday.
You will be astonished at the beauti?
ful lice of jewelrv if ycu call at Pobst's
Adv.
F?llen Thompson, of i>apti-?t Valley,
left y?eeterday afternoon to visit friends
?ft Finney.
| 200 pairs Misses Shoe?, worth $2 50,
'on sale at $1.00, at THE BIG STORE
i Adv.
W. L. Moore is in Monroe ?xiunty, W.
j Va, this week inspecting some farms
i that are for sale there.
| Font Burbon R??d Turkeys and S. C ,
Rhode Island Red Chickens apply to
Adv. R. P. Copenhaver,
12 19 2w Tazewell, Va
M. L. Peery. of North Tazewell. is
shipping a car load of turkeys to the
northern markets today. He also ship?
ped a car last week.
Buy a Dicks Feed Cutter and stop
wasting your feed. See our line o?
cutters.
Aav. Star Milling Co.
Services at the Christian church Sun?
day morning. \ Christmas sermon.
Come and worship with us.
W. S. Bullard, Pastor.
Star Patent Flour $5.50 per barrel,
evt ry barrel guaranteed or money re?
funded.
Adv. Star Milling Co.
Presiding Elder D. P. Hurley and
Rev. E. E. Wiley returned yesterday
from Emory, Va., where they had been
to attend nn educational conference at
Emory and Henry College.
A<? long as our supply lasts, and it is
limited, we are selling wheat bran at
per ton in ton lota for cash.
Get your order in.
Adv. Star Milling Co.
The Methodist Sunday school will no*
give a Christmas celebration this year.
but instead, will donate the money such
a celebration would cost towards the
new church building.
Your Christmas dinner will not be
complete without nuts ard raisins to
finish on. We have them fresh. Lay
in ;i supply now.
Adv. C. T. Peery & Co.
W. R. Bullard is visiting his parents,
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Bullard, of this
place. Mr. Bullard has been connected
with the Appalachian Power Company,
of Bluefield, for some time, but has re?
signed to accept a position with the
General Electric Company, of Schenec
tody. N. Y.
You make no mistake in getting a
Travailler for your best girl You can
?rer them with a genuine diamond for
flu 50 to $42 50 at Pobst'a. Adv.
At the third annual exhibit of the
Southwest Virginia Poultry Association
which closed at Abingdon on last Fri?
day night, Dr. R. P. Copenhaver, of
this city, was given the following
awr-rd*: S. C. Rhode Island Reds?1st
cock, 1st cockerel, 1st pen, 2nd pullet,
3rd hen.
Stuff the children's stockings and your
own with Christmas things you buy at
our store. Just come into us and take
away a big load of goons; make every?
body happy. This will make you happy.
M. J. Hankins,
Adv. "The Store That Satisfies."
Does advertising pay? T. J. Linton.
of Areola, Va., thinks so. Two weeks
ago he inserted an advertisement of a
Loudoun county farm in the Republican,
and the first of the week he wrote to
discontinue the ad, as he had sold the
farm. Quick work that, bat when you
advertise get the best medium which is
of course the Tazewell Republican.
We don't intend to carry over one dol?
lar's worth ot Dolls and Toys, our prices
are made with this end in view. You will
save money by getting our prices.
Adv. J. B. Boyer & Company.
Frank Holly, a former well known
colored man of Graham, was stabbed to
death at Columbus, O , on Monday night. I
Frank and his brother, John recently I
went to Columbus to start a resturant.
Particulars as to how the stabbing oc
cured has not been received. Frank, is
the son of "Aunt" Sally Holly, who
lived in Tazewell a number of yearn.
Our Xmas stock is composed of DE?
PENDABLE GOODS, gifts you will not
be ashamed of later on. We sell goods
of the most reputable make, and at
prices commensurate with quality.
Ady. J. B. Boyer & Co.
Hurry calls over the telephone on
Tuesday night aroused the people in the
vicinity of Plum Creek and was the
means of saving the residence of J. A.
Crockett from burning down. An it
was, tbe flames destroyed the smoke
house and wood shed, and but for the
prompt assistance of the neighbors
?.ne entire property would have been
destroyed.
W. I. Lee will leave today for Rich?
mond to spend a few days with the
S tato -Highway nJomm!?sioner, P. St.
J. Wilson, consulting as to the road
woi k in thin county. From there he
wili go uff Petersburg to join his family
and spend the holidays. The county
authorities of Augusta county are after I
the State Highway ?Commissioner to I
send Mr. Lee back there next year, but j
it is to be noped that he will be returned t
here, aa Ihn baa made m nplendid record ;
for road building in Jefferson ville and
Maiden Spring districts; and then? dinv
trieta wcmld b? loth to lone him now.
BaksrcgPowaer
AbsoluWyPnre
The Woman Makes the Home
She makes it best who, looking after the
culinary department, turns her back resolute?
ly upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food
accessories. She is economical; she knows
that true economy does not consist in the use
of inferior meat, fiour, or baking powder. She
is an earnest advocate of home made, home
baked food, and has proved the truth of the
statements of the experts that the best cook?
ing in the world today is done -with Royal
Baking Powder.
Rugs at THE BIG STORE. Adv
J. E. Morton, of Graham, was a busi?
ness visitor here Tuesday.
All the late sty les in Furs at THE
BIG STORE. Adv.
Mrs. W. B. Steele and daughter, Uva,
of Pounding Mill, were shopping here
on Tuesday.
Handkerchiefs for the whole family
at THE BIG STORE Adv.
Judge W. H. Ayers and daughter,
Miss Claire, of Lebanon, were visitors
here on last Friday.
Hon. Barnes Gillespie moved this
week into the property which he pur?
chased recently from Rev. J. N. Har?
inas.
C. H. Steele, of Paint Lick, was a
business visitor here on Monday, and
paid our sanctum a pleasant call while
in town.
Miss Mary Moss, of Burkes Garden,
wh > is teaching school in Morrisi?. n. is
home for the holidays and to atter.d the
Peery-Moss nuptials.
J. A. Leslie, jr., will arrive Saturday
from Richmond where he is taking a
course in medicine, to spend th?: holi?
days with his parents at this place.
Nye Britts has resumed his duties in
the office of the United States Attorney
at this place after a two weeks vaca?
tion spent with his brother, George, at
Cnatteroy, W. Va.
Misses Ellen Scott, Mary Preston
a*id Margaret St. Clair, who are stu?
dents at Mary Baldwin Institute, in
Staunton, will arrive here Saturday tc
spend the holidays with homefolks.
Rugs give the room a cheerful an?:
cozy appearance. They are as essen?
tial to the home as chairs and tables
We have a large and select line thai
will suit the most fastidious. Youi
critical inspection is invited
Adv. W. T. Witten & Co
The entertainment by the children rv
the Presbyterian Sunday School will b?
given on Christmas eve, the 24th. An
interesting program has been prepared
and a cordial invitation is extended t<
everyone to attend.
On January 1st, we will have a car o:
corn that we will sell as follows:
100 bushel lots 65 cents per bushe
50 bushel hits 67J cents per bushe
25 bushel lots 70" cents per bushe
This is first class corn and it wiil no^
last long at this price as it is advancing
put your order in now while vou can gel
ir.
Adv. Star Milling Co.
The case against William Compton
of Graham, for shooting H S. Lefler
of that place, which was tried last weel
in the circuit court at this place, wa
concluded late Thursday afternoon am
resulted in the acquittal of the accused
The jury was out only about ten min
utes before arriving at the verdict.
Boy Killed By Gars.
John Bowen Howard, the twelvi
year old son of W. A. Howard, a wel
known business man of Honaker, wa
instantly killed by a section of train No
86, on Monday at Honaker.
| The train crew had cut the train in tw
and young Howard attempted to croa
the tracks between the moving section
It is evident that he misjudged th
speed of the cars which run over him.
Spaulding Sweater Coats at Boyer's.
Mrs. J. A. Leslie returned Tuesday
from an extended visit to friends in
Richmond.
l.sdies' and Misses Suits and ?Coate at
COST at THE BIG STORE. . Adv.
A. M. Christian, of Bear Wallow, was
a business visitor to 1 azewell first of
the week.
Pictures, and Picture Frames at
Boyer's. Adv,
Jim Doak and Robert Brown will be
home Saturday from Emory and Henry
for the holidays.
All the late things in Ladies' Neck?
wear at THE BIG STORE. Adv.
Ifm. Firm Weaver, of Beech Fork,
W. Va., is here this week visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Han
kins. I
J. P. Kroll left Sunday for Roches?
ter, N. Y , to attend a meeting of the
I directors of the Panther Coal Land
C rapany.
Don't lose sight of the fact that Pobst
j has a well selected stock of jewelry of
; nil kinds. Adv.
Bowen Thompson, who is a student at
I Fishburn Military Institute, Waynes
born, Va., arrived here yesterday en
route to the Cove to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Thompson.
A. S. Higginhotham will leave tc
! morrow for Johnson City, Tenn., on le
! gal business in connection with the Car
\ olina Lumber Company. Mrs. Higgin
; botham and little daughter, Hortense,
> will accompany him as far an Castle
? wood, where they will spend the hoii
' days with Mrs. Higginbotham's pa
: rents, Hon. and Mrs. R. Walter Dick
; enson.
Let Christmas, like the old song says,
"bring good cheer" to you this year. A
sumptuous dinner is the first requisite
'o a cheerful diner, and good groceries
fron, a reliable store the requisite of a
ttood ainner. We have everything to
furnish the dinner complete?from the
flour for the bread to the fruit and ruts
I for the dessert. If you do not wish to
| bake your cakes we have them?fruit
! cakes of all kinds. Call and see our
j complete stock.
j Adv. C. T. Peery & Co.
? Ata meetingof the Norfolk and West?
ern system of the International Broth
I hood of Maintenance of Way Employees,
? in Roanoke, last week, J. Price Stuart.
? of Bluefield, was re-elected general
\ secretary. Price, is the son of the late
Col William Stuart, who was one of the
pioneers of Richlands in the early nine?
ties, and was a frequent visitor in
1 Tazewell in the boom days that follow?
ed the building of the Clinch Wley ex?
tension of the Norfolk and Western.
Artrip-Harman
A quiet wedding was celebrated at
the home of Mr. K. D. R. Harrnan, on
Whitleys Branch, near North Tazewell
yesterday afternoon, when his charm?
ing daughter, Miss Mamie, become the
bride of Mr. Delbert Artrip, a promising
young merchant of Blackford, Va
Only the ?mediate family and a few in?
timate f riends were present at the cere?
mony. Mr. Artrip formerly resided at
North Tazewell when traveling for the
wholesale Arm of VV. A. Scott & Co.
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WHEN YOU
MAKE A PRESENT
IT IS A SATISFACTION TO KNOW THAT IT IS THE BEST OF ITS KINO.
WE HAVE THAT ?BEST KIND"
Martha Washington and Liggetts Candies, the is nothing better, t?e
latest styles in STATIONERY and in attractive boxes. The very
popular W?te Ivory Toilet articles, best r?:~my and handsome.
All the latest books by popular authe:;,. CHRISTMAS LET?
TERS, BOOKLETS, CARDS, CALENDARS ETC., SOME NEW STYLES
IN MANICURES, GOOD GOODS, KODAKS AND KODAK ALBUMS,
COLLAR BOXES, TOILET GOODS ETC.
JOHN E. JACKSON
DRUGGIST
Taziwell, Vir
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS
S OKLY SIX DAYS ;
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UKT1L CHRISTMAS. S
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? Mrs. Isaac Peirce is indiepoeed with
| acute indigestion.
Fruits, candies, cakes, nuts and rai
i Bins at C. T. Pesry & Co's. Adv.
Mrs. Ellen Painter is confined to her
home with a severe attack of la grippe.
Bear and Dog Muffs for the little girls,
at THE BIG STORE. Adv.
Miss Stella Myers, of Horsepen. was
a week end guest of friends in the city.
Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags at
THE BIG STORE. Adv.
Don't forget the meeting of the Civic
Improvement League tonight at the
court house at 7 o'clock.
J. B. Saundera, agent for the Norfolk
and Western at Pocahontas, was at?
tending court here yesterday.
A new lot of QUEEN QUALITY
Shoes, just arrived at THE BIG STORK
Adv.
Mrs. Daisye Hardy will leave next
Tuesday for her home in Lynchburg to
s pend the holidays.
Just ten seconds, please! You will
find that headquarters for Christmas is
always at the jewelry store.
Adv. Pobst.
Miss Rena Kilgore, of Coe >urn, who
ha? been visiting her uncle, W. I.. Ba?
ker, of North Tazewell, returned to her
home yesterday.
We are celling that good chop, home
made, at $l.?30 per 100 Iba., cash, every
bag guaranteed.
Adv. Star Milling Co.
The Bible class of the Presbyterian
church met with Mrs. A. B. Scott, last
Friday. An interesting program was
given and dainty refreshments served.
The pins and tie clasps at Pobst's are
the nobieet designs ever seen in the
city. Adv.
Ruf us Schaub has leased the Tazewell
Steam Laundry and is fixing it up in a
first class manner. He deserves, and
should receive, the patronage of the peo?
ple of the city.
Buy your boy a bicycle for Xmas, we
have several of the best and and latest
models. Buyer & Co. Adv.
Miss May Moss, of Martha Washing?
ton, and Miss Lettie Moss, of Sullins
College, are at home in Burkes Garden
for the holidays and to attend Peery
Mf>98 wading.
THE BIG STORE keeps a porter to
took after the horses for thfir country
fri-nds and want them to feel, perfect?
ly free, to use him. Adv.
Misses Lena Kelly, Maybelle Greevcr,
Blanche Brown and May?la Gillespi.
were among those from here who at?
tended the Peery-Moss wedding in
Burkes Garden yesterday.
You save time and make no mistake
by calling at the jewelry store for your
presents. This year the selection is
splendid. Pobst. Adv.
Vince Moss, who is a student in Em?
ory and Henry Collegi?, arrived borne
Monday to attend the Peery-Moss wed?
ding yesterday and spend the holidays
with his parents in Burkes Garden.
We are headquarters for every thing
in the feed line and we guarantee to
you money.
Adv. Star Milling Co.
Do your Christmas shopping early
and get your choice of the goods dis?
played before they are picked over.
Our merchants have a large and com?
plete stock and you should bave no trou?
ble in getting a suitable present.
A beautiful line of Neckwear, in Holi?
day boxes, at THE BIG STORE. Adv.
Mr. Merchant! If you have to close
your store to attend the meeting of the
Civic Improvement League tonight,
close it. The future of our little city is
of more importance to you than what
few dollars you will make while the
future of the town is at stake.
Our Xmas line is now complete, and
embraces every suitable gift for men,
women and children.
Adv. J. B. Boyer & Co.
Jim Kelly, who ia taking a course in
eog'neering at the Catholic University,
Washington, D. C, will reach here Sat?
urday to spend the holidays with home
folks. He will be accompanied by his
classmate, Leo Ball, of Louisiana, who
is also a student at the University.
Don't put off your Xmas shopp:ng
until the last minute, but come NOW
and take a look at our many suggestions.
Adv. J. B. Boyer & Co.
Tazewell's contribution of fair ones
attending the Female Normal School,
at Farmville, to learn the art of peda?
gogics, wil arrive here Saturday for the
holidays. They are: Misses Barbara
Brittain, Jeanie Thompson, Sarah Doak,
Winnie Hurt, Margaret Jackson and
May Reynolds.
Miss Callie Greever is "lending a help?
ing hand'' at THE BIG STORE during
the Holiday season and will he glad to
welcome her many friends. Adv.
Mr. ana* Mrs. B. W. Stras and their
daughter, Miss Rosalie, returned home
Monday. They have been in Richmond
for some time, where both Mr. Stras
and Miss Rosalie underwent operations
at the Johnston-Willis hospital. They
stopped in Roanoke on their way home
for a short visit to friends and relatives
in that city.
The sad intelligence has just reached
Tazewell of the death of Jesse Lester,
who departed thin life July 3rd at bis
home in far away California after a
lingering illness o' cancer of the stom?
ach. Mr. Lester was born and rais??d
in the west end of this county, and wan
a son of the late James and Jerusha !
Lester. He married Miss Mary Smith, i
dai.ghter of Jamos Q and Rebecca i
Smith, and a sister of Mrs. John Harne j
and Mrs. W. L. Moore, of this place. I
They moved to California a number of ;
years ago, where they lived until their
deaths, Mrs. Lester having died\
thirteen yea? ago. Two daught.
vivn them.
un tu lurir ;
died 'Jome I
LOW FARES
TO THE
FERTILE NORTHWEST
ONE-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
Canadian territory.
Will send free illustrated literature and full infor?
mation promptly upon risquent. It costs you nothing.
J. C. EA TON, Traveling Immig. ilffHf. 4u E. 4th St., Cincinnati, O.
1 THE STORE OF QUALITY I
Do you want a nice Leather
Traveling Case?
Do you want a Hand Bag?
Do you want a Toilet or
Manicure Set?
Do you want a Tie Clasp, a
Stick Pin or any thing in
Jewelry? I o
?
Do you want better prices than you
can get from catalogue houses ? If you do q
come to this store and get posted.
HAWKINS' PHARMACY I
J AGENTS FOR ?3
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WHITMANS FAMOUS CHOCOLATES AMD CONFECTIONERIES O
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FOR CHRISTMAS
ORANGES
A splendid display of the finest oranges ever
brought to Tarewell v
NUTS
All kinds, and the very b?3at. Choit? Brazils,
English Walnuts, Almonds. Filberts, Oocoa
nuts and P?3?3ans fresh and ni(ie
FRUITS
Grapes, Bananas, Apples and Grape Fruit
CANDIES
Fine assortment of Mixed Candies, Bulk
Candilas and Candy in fancy boxes for Christ?
mas presents
SPECIALS
Cranberries, Oysters, OeJery, Layer Rasins,
Layer I igs, Chow Chow. Pickles and Mince
Meat
CAKES
Fine Fruit Cake for your Christmas dinner
HARRISSON, BARNS & CO.
LEADING GROCERS
The Graham correspondent to the
Bluefield Telegraph makes the startling
announcement that two of TazeweH's
bachelors wish the Tazewell County
Teachers' Association to amendM+txtnr
by-laws so they?the bachelars?will be
eligible for membership. The beat way
to do this is to get an honorary appoint?
ment by the matrimonial route, as any
of TazeweH's teachers are well worth
the winning
Toy Und awaits the youngsters. It is
not?, ble for its novelties from all corn?
ers of the earth?many of which can be
e? .'o nowhere else in town. No use try?
ing to describe them?we'd much rather
have you bring the children to see the
biggest and beat coll?3ction of toys we've
ever assembled.
'\ M. J. Hankins,
Adr. "The Store That Sstiafies.''
$100 Reward, 100.
The readers of this paper ? ill be pleat 1
to learn that ttu re is at least one dread J
disease that science has been able to c e
in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Ils' 's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
noir known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional rtisenano, re
quines a ??netittitional treatmsot. Hal' s
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon il ? blood and musoas ei:
faces of the eyt-iem, thereby d??stroy: .?
the foundation of the disease, and giviig
the patient Htrt-i.gtl. by building op ti e
constitution and assisting nature in ?toi; g
its work. The ( roprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they oifi r
Une Hundred Dollars for any case thit t
fails to cure. 8emi for list of tsssimonia!?.
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO.,
Toledo, Ob >.
Sold by all D.iiggtsts, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for ?xmstipation.
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