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Get your Fruit Jars from S|>otts
Mr and Mrs. W. O. Harrissoii
are spending their honeymoon in
At Hunters Alum Springs.
Misses Joie Brittain, Jessie and
Jean Graham, Nettie Witten and
Alice Alexander. Mrs. B. Brittain
and Mrs. Jane Spotts. Messrs.
D. II. Smith, Cas. Alexander, J.S.
Gillespie and Jeff Gillispie, left
this week for a few days sojourn bt
Dodd ft Co. have a fine line ol
glassware. You can g-1 six nice
glasses for 10c.
Six nice glasses for 10 cents at
Dodd ctCo's.Is that cheap enough?
Services at the Baptist Church
There will be services at the Bap?
tist church Sunday morning and
night by the pastor, Rev. Willis L.
Wayts. Morning subject : A mat?
ter of Great Importance.
Evening subject: Is the young
man safe? Sunday Sehool '.?:'?!<'
Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at 7 :.'H), so all ?an attend the
meeting at the Presb> teriuu church.
Everybody is cordially iuvited to
attend these services.
Mason's Fruit Jars at Dodd iS:
Dodd & Co. have a line assort?
ment Of lishing tackle, including
rods, lines, hooks, etc.
The fruit and vegetable season
is here, and Dodd & Co. have Ma?
son's Machtue made fruit jars.with
porcelain lined tops.
Hecsh & Apfelbaum.
We are informed that Mr. C. W.
Audersou, of Graham, i ?presenting
the merchant tailor firm of Hee.-l?
& Apfelbaum, of Keystone, W. Va ,
will be in town the lind pal t of
August with a sample line of fall
aud winter goods. This tailoring
film it*, doing business iu the Poca
houtas coal fields for the last turn
years, and doing a first elans busi?
ness. They obtain the best class of
people of said field Should you be
in need of of a nice suit of chillies
preserve your Older for Mr. Andei
son, he beiug a citizen of our state,
and a genllemer of honor aud abil
ty, deserves to bo patronized.
Seo their new ad.
M BETING ( >F ST< N *K Hol.DKItS
or in iiank or okauam.
Then will be m ??ailed meethiK ol Um
stockholders of tlie Hank of (?liili.-im
held at its hank?iik house iu the TOWN
of (?rahain, Va., on the 10th day ol
Hj order of the board of Ihn-etora.
J. \V. lit? k>. A. St. (i.aiii.
Ebenezer 8. Howard
This well known citizen of Taze\?-?'ll
died at his home near town last Mon?
day, the 24th. Ma!. Howard was born
in New York on June.'?, 1821. and was
therefore, in the 79th year of his ago.
11? came to Tazowell from the State of
Mi?ss:i?'husetts. ini8f>0, and ha?l live?!
in this community, therefore, "Marra BO
years. In the ?Spriug of 18."i2, he was
unit, d in marriage to Miss Susan R.
Willen, daughter of the late Col. J. W.
M, Witten, and sister, therefore to the
large family of prominent an?l well
known sous and daughters of Col. Wit
ten, who are now citizens of this .coun?
ty, and a lady o' many noble traits of
character. Mr. aud Mrs. Howar?! were
childless, but reared from babyhood, al?
most a daughter of Hoa. Jas. R. Witteu
who became the wife of Mr- T. E.George
the present County Court Clerk, and
upon whom they lavished their affec?
tion, and who, all through the ymn
bestowed a daughters love and care in
Maj, Howard, though of northern
birth and education, was exclusively
Southern in feeling and sympathy, ?u>l
?lid not hesitate to express his political
couvictions when ever opportunity of
fered. A man of intel igence aud more
or less extensive reading, he conversed
entertainingly on almost any subject
He was courtly and dignified in manner
and cheerful aud hopeful to the end.
The last time he was in town he upoke
to this writer of his faith in the good?
ness aud mercy of the Creator, and
his fearlessness at the approach of death
For years h?- had been a communicant
of the Episcopal church. Rev. J- S
French conducted the funeral exercises
last Tuesday at the old home, whe n* the
body was laid to rest.
About July 12th I lost between North
TazeweM and Clinch Mountain (old road ]
a gold watch with curious chawed silvei
fob chain- Return to Clinch Val'ej
News offioe. H. M. 8MYTHE.
Mr?. Geo. Crabtree and -laughter
Mian Mattie, were in towu yester?
Bargain on l?ox I'?-.per to close
out, before buying new stock, all
go at 10c, worth from 10 to U)v
Profs. Houskeeper and Kamey,
of Taxe we 11 College left yesterday
after noon . for a trip to Eastern
town? in the interest of Tazcwel'
Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Elswick,
Paint Lick, are greatly bereaved
in the death of their I year old
daughter, Lavie, which occurred
last Sunday morning.
A. J. May Jr. lost two, probably
more, sheep this morning4 valued
at id apiece, by worthless dogs.
One of the dogs was killed. Ten
dollars is ten tiinesinore than every
old cur dog in the county is worth.
Coming at Once.
Mr. C. F. Hodges, of bristol, who has
a contract to work in Williams l'hoto.
gallery, will be here next Monday or
Tu?'-??lay. Put in your onleis ?-arly.
Send your address H. E. Huek
leu ft Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample of Dr. Kind's New Life
Pills. A trial will couvince you of
their merits These pills are easy in
actioti and are particularly effective
iu the cure of Constipatum and Sick
Hcatluche. For Malaria an?! I iver
troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed lo
be perfectly free from evoiy deleter?
ious substance and t<> be purely veg?
etable. They do not weaken by I heir
action, but by giving tono to the
stomach and bowels greatly invigo
rate the S3 st??m. Regular size SSe.
per box. Sold by Jno. E. ?Jackson,
Discovered by a Woman,
An?ith??r great discovery has been made
nndth.it too by a lady of this country
"Disea*.?? fast???.".?'?' its clutches upon lier
am! lor several years sli?? withstood it*
si-v.'iot tests hut h??r vital organs win
lindel in iniied and ?;*??.til .seemed im in iiu-nt
For Hu?-?? months lie coughed inces??iitly
and i-oubl not sleep, i-?ic finally discov.
ere.l a way to recover, by Mrebaslnf* ol
u-a bottle of Dr. Kind's New Disco?,.-i\
lor Consumption, and was so much re
lievetl on taking the liest dose, that slit
slept all muht, and with two bottles, b?al
b?*?*n Absolutely cured. I!??r name i- Mis
Luther Lut/." Trota** writes \V. C. Ham
nick A Co , of Shelby. N. C. Trial botteh
Ir?*?* at John K. Jackson's Drag store
Regular si/..? .Vic ami 91.00. Kve-y b Ottl
SALE OF HOUSE and WIT
IS TIIK T'-wN or OK A H AM, VIKOIN1A
WU virtue of a Deed of Trust execute?!
on the l'-'th day of February, If-yi, by
JoH-rph F Kennedy ami Strah laic?
Keuucdv. his wife, to Mini M U?i*>in
8on, truste*?, which is rtforded in the
< lerks ollice of the Couuty Court <?f
Tazewell county, Va., in Deed Bulk '*?'*?.
Ou pag? ~Hn. which '?"rust Deed was giv?
en to secure tie? Holston National Build?
ing and Loan Asso<-iation in certain
moni? s lb? rein set forth.
And by virtue of au order of tie*
i 'otinty l'oui t of Tuzowell county, Va.,
substituting nie as Trustee, in i'io place
of the said Bir?l M. ltobiusoii, Trustee
wlio resigned as sueh, in tie* before
n.eut loiH'.i Trust Died
Ami the Moisten National Building
and loan Association having ? M rifted
no- so to do. I will on the
16th DAY OFKKPTEMBER, 1H99
in the eastern portion of the Town of
(?rahani. Vu., at H> o'clock, a in., pro
cced to sell at public out-cry to the
higlust bidder, .he real ??ntute set out in
said Trust Deed, and known as the
Joseph B. Kennedy property. The sale
will be made on the premises, and will
be Hold for CASH. Amount tin n duel
to said Association. ?-?"?r2.10.
J. \V. Hicks,
Julyli?-4t. Substituted Tn stee.
BALE OF BOUSE AND LOT
IN TIIK TOWN OK OKAHAM, VIKOIMA
By virtue of u Deed of Trust executed
on the 9th ?lay of A. gust. ?UBS by Allen
Saumlers ?in?! Julie Saunders. his wife,
and das. Frith to.M. T. I)e\'?tult. Trus?
tee, which is recorded in the Clerks of?
fice of tbe County Court of Tazcwell
county Va., in Deed Hook ?IS page 198
?In? h Trust Deed was given to secure
the Holst n National BuiHing and
Loan Association iu certain monies
tie reifl set forth.
! And by virtue of an order <>f the Coun?
ty Oonrt ol Ta/.ewell County, Va , sub
stitutiiiK tee as Trustee iu tho place of
the sai.l If, T. DeVault, Trustee, who
resign? d as such iu the b ?fore mention
ed Trust Deed.
And the Hols'.m National an?l Build?
ing an?l Loan Association, having di?
rected ?ne so t?> do, I will on the Kith
?la> of Hepteeaber, IMO. ia the town ol
< ?lahamv \ a . at 11 o'clock a. in., pro?
ceed to ?-ell at public outcry, to th**
highest bidder, tie? real est?t?* set out
in said Trust Deed, und being th?? house
and lot known as the Allen Sanders
resilience The sale will be upon the
?'remises, und will be for cash- Amount
then ?im- to sai.l association. .--?"><'
1. W. 111! KK.
July'-"?"?-It Substituted Tuistce
>?? COLLEGE Va***
Session Opens September 12.
Classical, Literary and
']) Scientific Courses.
Experienced Faculty, Health}'
Locution, Beautiful Scenery.
BUSINESS, ART and MUSIC DEPARTMETS
A Holds the means o?a full lil>
eral educa-tion, l?*>th to young
men and women,OU the most
For initiier information write to
H. S. Houskeeper, Pr?s.,
After the Fire.
We have heard man*
men say that they intend?
ed to take out a policy on
their property, and they
wen? honeat about it. too,
hut they delayed just one
day too long?the
fire came and destroyed
in an hour their home.
Delays are dangeroUfl?
are you delaying the pro?
tection of your house? All
right yon aie it you have
a policy in in.c of our com?
; Insurance Agency
OHieers and otlieis detiring surety ?
boada can serin?* them from the
J, P. Hurt Insurance A-?? ncy, lure
FOB YOUNG LADIES
()|m-iis Sept. 12th. 1899. ')n.- ol tli?
ifo?din?*** Schools far Yoimn l.:i('i?siii rhe
?South. Magazines b*J?ld?P*gM, nil inoil.-rii
iiii'ii'iiv? imnts. Campus ten acres, (?ram!
n nun lain scenery in Valley ?>i \n..
iaineii lur ln-altli- l''iii'o|)<aii anil A in? ri?
ca u t ??.H ln-i H. Full course Snpii -?hi- ad
vantage in Art and Music. Students
from 1 wenty-s? v?n States. For c?talo?1;
address t lie Preside ut'
Maiiii: P. Ha'.'I'Is. Koanoke, Vn
SALKM. VA. ??
tive.--. Also Siib-lreslniiiiii and (\nniiiei
cial C?>ur.???s. Librar/ o? *2"J.O00 Volum?*.*?.
Well supplied ""trading room. Working
Lal>rat oiy. Ilcaltlil'ul locution. Six
?Otmrches?No Bar-rooms. V? ry
Moderate l-'xpciiscs. Aid Scholoiship-i
far mi'd.v on J i|?*M?*i'viii|?; students. 47tli
session begins Sejit. 18th. 1'ntil! 'H'Ue.
with views, l"i-i e. Address,
?li l.U s l>. Dkkiikk. ('resident.
Df-llllsaV M ?*??'? ? "Whiskey Habita
Ul U < nr.cl at homo with
? III IWI out I?**-1? K.K.k of itar
S BW l?| ticularrt sont FREE.
*aasiafraBB?-?Baaaa1 OR. B. M. WOOL LE? C?l,
Atlanta, Ca. Ollico, 1(M North l'ryor St.
arrisson & Gillespie Bros.
We are now closing out our stock of ladies,
missis and children-* ready-made ?raiments,
iticludiiur all wash good?, Miefa M
Duck, pique, and crash suits,
dresases, shirt.waists, skirts., etc*
The pries of the little dresses now are 25e, 10c
50c, 86c, $1.10, $1^7,11.66, $2.:,5 each.
Ludios coat suits $1.26 to 84 25 each.
Shirt waists 2*5c to K5c. These p?cee inel.de all
waists that wen- ?lic. 7-V. Si.00. Si.25 and
$1.50 each. In addition to the above, we
otter the lOc 12? and 15c organdies,
lawns, ote., at Ble, LOc, and 12ic.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros
TALk IS CHEAP.
It is t-as\ to talk,
We all like to talk.
It is harder to do.
We dont all like to do.
I do not like to offer you choice of a variety
of Box paper worth from 15c to 40c a
box for 10c a hox, hut lam doing it.
Sell you dioico of the lot for 10c a hox.
1 like to clean up old stock, thats whv I am making this
Remember the price is only ?1^ ten cents.
J. E. JACKSON.
JOHN W. BOURNE.
The leading merchant a;
G rat ton Va. keeps a complete
line stock of General Merchan?
dise, including meats, at the
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Tl?c caaes are niadi* iron?, stc?; i.ikOQ
fi??i.; the wieck ?>r Ou b?uieah-p Main?.
l-n.e 10 sul>s?-ril-<pr.-? f>t Tha WVekly
Gr;?i?li<>i>lionea fiee for new ?ubscribera.
Au.Jif.--s cither this paper, or
THE TIME?' PREMIUM L)EI"T,
S Turnip Seed in Bulk.
me^ -i? 91 ig_ *-* -?tT>Q
We are selling this season the
PURPLE TOP, STRAP
LEAVED TURNIP SEED
J? *J? *?m <??
We believe this seed will make the
hest turnip for the tahle use or for
stock, that can he found.
%cfr *J? *?*?5 t???
If not allowed to freeze it will keep
sweet and tender all winter.
Buston & Sons
\W beg-ta inform you thai we are ready for
the tall business, having a line of 5000 sam?
ples, containing all styles imaginable for
treiith iiu'iis wea r.
EVERY SUIT IS GUARANTEED TO
BE FIT AND TRIMMED UP-TO
OUR PRICES EXCEL ANY OTHERS
^eesl? 9 Apfelbaum,
Merchant Tailors and Uniformists,
KEYSTONE, W. VA.
C. W. Axdkkson, TaieweU representative.
Have you tried our
For bread, cakes and pies. If not why not?
Kvery barrel lully guaranteed.
All of our flours are made from best
selected Virginia wheat and free from adul?
terations. Our choice white meal is the best
on the market. Ask your grocer for the
"Invincible," ".Leader" or "Harvest Cream"
and you will have no other.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TOJMAIL ORDERS.
Cedar Blxaff, Ya. &
Tazewell High School,
I TAZEWELL, VA.
Handsome Building well equipped.
Tbe strongest Faculty in the history ol the school.
An increase of 62 List year over any previous enrolment.
Tuition: High School Department, Music, Art, Business,
G. L. BYROM. Principal.