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BUY LIBERTY BONDS. Sweet potatoes at Hover's Attend the patriotic meeting in the Methodist church tonight. Do your duty and see that your neighbor does his. Criseo, Snowdrift, Vegctole and Mazola cooking oils at Buyer's. Clarence Hnnkins, of Richlnnds, was a visitor to Tazewell Tuesday. Delicious sliced ham. hrcakfnst bn-j con and minced ham at Hoyer's. Judge Prilchard, of North Caroli? na, at the Court House at 1 p. in. to? morrow. Flour meal and chop at Buyer's. We deliver all poods bought from us promptly. "The Army and Navy will die; the Hun's grave, but we must furnish the spade."?Billy Suiuly. Miss Dorothy Jones, Miss Stella Obercon and Mr. and Mrs. Giles were, in town Monday shopping. New Perfection Oil Heaters are! "just, the thing" for these cool morn? ings and evenings. For sale at Buy? er's. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. O. U. were shopping day. Marvin II. McGuirc Terrill, of Richlnnds in Tazewell Wcdlics Patriotic addresses in the Method-1 ist church tonight. See notice. Mis. 11. Claude Pobst and daught? er, littl? Miss Nancyc, have been ill] Radford Ibis week on a visit to rela-' lives. j Mrs. V. C. Smith, of Grundy, has] been the guest of her parents, Mr.I and Mrs. Reese Whitlcy at North Tazewell. j Mrs. C. R. Brown, and her two] daughters, Misses Mary and May,I have been ill at their home here foi the past week with grip. BUY LIBERTY BONUS. Karo and other syrups will great? ly "help out" the sugar shortage. For! sale at Hoyer's. BOY WANTED Good, reliable boy, who wants to go to school this winter can lind good home in Tazewell by applying to this office. Mr. Whitaker, son of .las. Whita ker, living on Dry Fork, died Tues? day night of typhoid fevor. The fu? neral ,nnd burial occurred yesterday. Try Buyer's Victory CofTee, Five] pounds for one dollar. Put up in pa? per bags. Same coffee in tins would' cost you one dollar and twenty-live' cents. i The Buick automobile, which be-! longed to the famous Dick Norman,', was sold here last Saturday to Mr.] .1. II. Ilcldrcth, who bid $4l!G for the car. Did you, gentle reader, borrow Al? ex Sayers' ladder and fail i> ret urn' it'.' "Somebody did," says Alex, and he respectfully ask. that i, be return? ed. Do so at once. "A man who is not willing In die for his country is not Iii to live in it." ?Theodore Roosevelt. YOU are on? ly asked to loan your money at a good rate of interest. Mr. ami Mrs. II. .1. Giles, of Key? stone, W. Va., and Miss Stella Obe con, of Northfork, W. Va., motored over from Northfork Friday lo visit Mis. W. I?. Jones on Clear Fork. We wnnl lo buy all the Govern? ment bonds we can, and ask those who owe us lo pay their account be? tween the 1st and 15th of October. 9-27-21. The Tazewell Supply Co. We have 62 farms for sale in Wash? ington and Greene Counties. Some real good bargains. Write us for list. The Volunteer State Realty and Auc? tion Co.. Limestone Tenn. .111-121. Revs. II. K. Kelso, C. It. Brown, W. C Thompson and other Methodist ministers of Tazewell, will leave on next Tuesday for Johnson City,' Tenn., to attend the Methodist Con-! ference. Hoheit Noel and Wiley Stowers, or Shawvcrs Mills, attached to the American Expeditionary Forces in France, are named in the casualty lists. Stowers lost his arm and Noel was killed in r.ction. No details, of course, have been received. In these strenuous days the hose wife is doing most of the house work as well as the cooking. Make it easy for her. Buy a Perfection Oil Cook Stove. They are a most efficient com? fort and at the present price of coal, using them is a real necessity. BUY LIBERTY BONDS! Miss Maty Preston, social service secretary of the civilian relief section of the Tazewell Bed Cross, will prob? ably leave in a short time for Rich? mond lo take special training for the work. It is said that Miss Mayola Gillespic will also attend the school in Richmond. Miss Mag Stroihcr Willen, who went to Washington a few weeks ago to help Mr. Wilson win the war, has returned to her home here. The ac? commodations in Washington are so unsatisfactory on account of the rush to the capitol that it is said a number of young Indies hnve returned to their homes. BUY LIBERTY BONDS. Miss Mai; Hankins has gone to J Richmond to enter the training school of the Red Cros3 to equip herself for] i social service work in ire camps. On j last Friday afternoon Mrs. Olletta Moss hud a "go-away" party at her home here in honor of M.iss HanUins, which was attended by a number of Miss iiankins' friends. Miss AMie Miltard has recently made a great personal sacrifice in do j dining an offer of a line position with the Overseas service of the American I Red Cross. The position was secured i for her by Congressman Slemp, hut Miss Millard, after serious considera? tion, decided to remain here with luv mother. Judge Jeter C. Pritchnrd, one of the most distinguished lawyers of the South, will deliver a Liberty Loan and war speech here tomorrow in the Court House at I o'clock. Judge Pritchnrd is a member of the I). S. Circuit Court of Appeals and is said to he an orator of unusual ability. Tuxewcll people will, of course, be here in great numbers to bear him.' I Last Sunday was a great day ill. Tazewcll County. At almost every precinct in the county Liberty Loan speeches were made by speakers 01 the Town of Tazewcll. Mr. Werth1 closed the day at North Tazewcll on Sunday night by an address in the Methodist church to a good sized au? dience. Rev. Mr. Kelso, pastor of the Methodist church spoke at Gra? ham Sunday afternoon ami the Gra? il a 111 Daily News complimented his address very highly. Those who have heard the speeches of Messrs. Werth and Kelso ere struck with the slmi- j larily of thought carried by both. Hut, nevertheless, if they arc bor? rowing ouch other's "thunder," it Is , permissible in the present "cmergen P ASS ENGER TRAIN UP LEWIS , CREEK. Corporation Commissioner Win. F. Rhen has advised us that a passen? ger schedule will be established on the short line of railroad running from Putnam up Lewis Creek in Russell County, beginning about the 15th. , The Corporation Commission took the mailer up recently with the railroad i people and received the following re- | ply from Regional Director Malier: "We have arranged as soon as tar ill's can be made effective,(probably in two weeks), to install the follow? ing passenger service on that branch . daily, except Sundays, leaving the junction at 11:15 a. m., anil returning ' to the junction at 12:15 p. in., mak- ' ing stops at the following points: i "Station Miles from junction. !| Laurel. 2.00 ; Parkiln. :i.K4 , Russell.0.2? , llrill. 7.24 ' There are eighteen operations on ' Lewis Creek, and a number of Taxe- 1 Well people are interested there. | < PLEASE PAY UP. I, Puckctl, Matthews and Co. have turned their mercantile business at Itenhow over to J. L, Matthews and Son and respectfully insis". thai all parties owing the linn of Puchen,' Matthews ami Co. come forward at once and settle either by cash or note on or before October 15th. We appreciate highly the put mange ex? tended us heretofore and respectfully solicit a continuance for the new linn. PUCKETT, MATTHEWS & CO. 10-1 2t. ItUY LIBERTY PONDS! FOR LIMITED SERVICE. The following men were sent from Tazewcll Tuesday to Columbus Bar? racks: Clarence K. Yost, Graham, Charles C. Vance, Riehlands. John I). Tabor, Cedar Bluff. Alex Men ill. Tip Top. Wm. K. McGlothlin, Cetlar Bluff. i Albert Collins was sent from the Tazewcll jail for the Wise County Board. These men have been certi? fied for limited service in the army.' It is understood that they will be' scut to the North to cut limber for the army. VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Tazewcll coun? ty, in vacation, the 2nd day of Oc? tober, 1D1S. W. F. Herman.Complainant, vs. I In Chancery. .1. Baach, Bertha Sturn and Aaron Stern.Defendants. The object of the above styled suit is to attach the estate of the said de- j fendants, or either of them, in that' certain lot or parcel of land, with all j buildings and improvements thereon, j situate in the town of Pocnhontas, Tazewcll County, Virginia, known as Lot No. 3, on the south side of West Church street, which was conveyed to Mrs. Lena Baach by William E. Mutt and wife by deed dated August II lb, 1885, recorded in said county in Deed Hook No. 21, page Hi; and to subject the same, and to attach ami subject all other estate, real and personal, of the said defendants, or either of them, ' to the payment of a debt due from saitl defendants to said complainant for the sum of $10,746.80, with inter? est the.reon from February 20th, 1017,' due by reason of the deficiency in acreage of the land embraced in that ' certain deed executed by said de? fendants to saitl complainant, dated February 16, 1!H7, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of McDowell County in Deed Book 73, page 271. And it appearing by affiduvit filed in this cause that the defendants, .1. Baach, Bertha Stern and Aaron Stern, are not resident:; of Wiis State, it is Ihrerefore ordered that said defend? ants do appear within fifteen days after due publication of this order, in the Clerk's office of said Circuit Court, anil do what is necessary to protect their interests. And it is further ordered that this order be published once a week for four suc? cessive weeks in the Clinch Valley News, a newspaper published in the County of Tazewcll, Virginia, and the newspaper hereby directed, none having been prescribed by said Cir cuit Court. C. W. GREEVER, Clerk. S. M. B. Coulling, Chapman, Pccry & Buchanan, p. q. Oet.4-4t. HONOR ROLL. The following is the Roll of Honor for the Ithudy School for the first month: Edna Amburgoy, Mahala Brown, Nannio Vox, Ellen Gibson, Nancy Gibson, Leafy Riser, Ruth Lecce, Mattio Lambert, Alcetha Peery, Ruth Rasnick, Nellie Vanhoozier, Bessie Wimmcr, Wilmer Blevins, James Dillow, Raymond Kiser, Edd Lambert, Warnie Lambert, Harvey Peery, John Vcnhoozier. Teacher ? Miss Janie Still. LOYALTY TO YOUR SCHOOLS IS LOYALTY TO YOUR COUNTRY. "I would urge that the people con? tinue to give generous support to their schools of all grades and that the schools adjust themselves as wisely as possible to the new conditions lo the end that no boy or girl shall have less opportunity for education because of the war and that the nation may be strengthened as it can only he through the right education of all ils people."- - Wood row WilcOll. (Printed at the request <f A. S. Urcevcr, Division Supcrintodcnl.) GENEROUS RESPONSE. NEWS OP CROCKETT'S. The farmers are very busy here now cutting corn and sowing wdieat; ami hauling cabbage. Moat of thej farmers say the corn is very good in Ibis section. Miss Nannie Wilburn, from West rimham, Va., who has been visiting here for a couple of months, will re? turn home .Sundry, the 20th. There is lots of sicklies:; around lore at thio time. Rev. .1. V. all is very ill with the fever at this writing. Mr. John .1. [go has returned fr?>m lohne Hopkins hospital nl Baltimore. Mr. Shaler Myers left r. few days ago for Oklahoma, where lie will -pond couple of mouths with his friends. Mr. Charles Randolph is spending i few days with his sinter at Nar? rows before he loaves for the navy. The appeal sent out by J. W. Chap? man, chairman of the TazoWoH Coun? ty Red Cross, for clothing fir the people of the dcvi.ctated sections of France and Belgium met with, a very hearty response. A large id valua? ble collection was secured and shipped to New York, from which place it will be reshipped to France. In the lot of clothing were, various ami sun? dry garments, many of which were comparatively new. There w.is a line collection of woolen goods donated by Mr. R. C. Chapman. The lot included a large collection of childrcr.s caps, and sweaters, which will de great ser? vice in the unfortunate country for which they are intended. Tazewell people have always provm their gen? erosity when the necessity arises. An appeal was printed in this paper last week from Mr. Chapman f-.r Peacll Stones, walnut shells, etc., lo be used in protecting our boys from the poi? sonous German gasscs. If you are able to get hold of any oftl.ese de? sired articles, don't delay in Bending them as directed. Your contribution may save the life of a boy near and dear to you. NEW SUGAR ORDFRS EFFEC? TIVE OCTOBER 1. All customers buying sugar now will have to sign a certificate. All sugar purchases will have to be reg? istered by merchants and signed slips of each week's sales will have to be sent to the food administrator. No sale of sugar for cunning will be made unless the customer presents a certificate which may bo gotten from the local food administrator. The following certificate must be signed by purchasers: "In consideration of permission grunted me by the food administration to purchase a week's supply of sugar at one time, I hereby agree that the consumption of sugar in my house? hold for all purposes, except canning,' shall not exceed two pounds a montn per person, ami I hereby certify that, including the purchase now made, 1 have not now in my possession, nor under my control, a supply of sugar for such household use in excess of u week's supply, calculated upon the above basis, nor in excess of twenty- J five pounds for canning purposes. I BUY LIBERTY BONDS. BUY LIBERTY BONDS. NICE HOME CHEAP. Mrs. A. M. Millard's nice residence property and live acres, good housu and all in line shape. Particulars upon request. News Office. ROBERT L. STEFFEY DEAD. Crockett, Va., Sept. 20.?Rihert I.. Sfceffey, who was sent tu Camp Lue in the sixth of September, died at his place of pneumonia last week. The remains were brought here for lurial, which took place near his fu? ller's, Mr. S. D. Stcffcy, South of Crockett. The funeral and burial icrvices were conducted by Rev. A. F. fabler. Deceased leaves a father, two irothers and three sisters. The sis crs surviving are: Mrs. Cora More leail, of Crandon, Va.; Mrs. c. D [go, of Crockett, and Miss Ruby Slcf 'ey, at Crockett and E. A. Stcffey, of ttural Retreat and ollmor Stcffey, of .'rockclt. Deceased was 29 yours old mil was popular among a large circle >f friends in this community. This s our first contribution to the cause if world freedom. May the Ruler of ill comfort the famiy and friends of leccased. C. D. 1. WHEAIXESS Judge of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, I will speak at the COURT HOUSE, Tazewell, Va. Sat. Oct. at 1 o'clock, in the interest of the Fourth Liberty Loan Drive Everybody come out and enjoy the pa? triotic address by this very distinguished gentleman and jurist. C. R. BROWN, Chairman, Tazewell County, Fourth Liberty Loan FOR many years we have been serving to the best of our ability the friends who trade with us. For more than half a century Messrs. Strouse & Bros., Inc., have been making good clothes for men. When you invest in these (C) 1918?biHousE u linos.. Inc., UAiimoks, Mo. ? MADE OY STROUSE ti BROTHERS, Inc.. BALTIMORE. MO. you know in advance that the coat whose style seems smart in our shop will be in good style on the street. The suit that looks well in our mirror will continue to look well in your mirror. The garment that is well fitting and shapely when you buy it here, will not sag, bulge or bind when you wear it. Combine these advantages with our wide range of fabrics in the most colorful patterns. The combination means clothing satisfaction ? and that is what you can be sure of here. JOHN S. BOTTIMORE Clothier and Furnisher FOR SALE. MARBLE AND GRANITE. One 30-inch solid French burr corn mill, also ono No. 16 bolt made by Nordyke und Mormon Co. For par? ticulars, call on or address E. R. How? ard, Wittens Mills, Va. 9-27-tf. WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). We also pay actual value for diamonds, old Gobi, Silve, ami Bridge-work. Send at once t.j parcel post and receive cash by re? turn mail. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St., Philadel? phia, Fa. 9-13-121 TURKEYS WANTED. Want to buy young turkies now for market, also a few "Bourbon Reds" or "Narragansettcs" for breeding. For Sale?Best pure-bred standard varieties a specialty. Bourbon Reds and Mammoth Bronze. FRANK RAN? DOLPH, Keswick, Va. 9-13-7L can both be had tro- i the Mountnir City Marble Company, of Meuntnir. City, Tenn., at quite tea.enable pricea We handle first-clusu material und our de? signer is an expert in Iiis line, there? fore, we guarantee both work and ma? terial to be number vnc. Satisfied cus? tomers at reasonable prices is our motto, and if you should doubt this just give js a trial and wo will convince you. We also handle IRON FENCING. If If you are in need of anything in this line just drop me a card and I will be at your service. Let me at least give you prices and show you designs before you buy J. NEWTON RHUDY, TAZEWELL. VA. A Kent for Mountain City Marble Co SAVE YOURSELF DIPHTHERIA SCARLET FEVER SORE THROAT MUMPS -F ROM BAD COLDS GRIPPE TONS1LITIS MENINGITIS SPANISH GRIPPE TUBERCULOSIS MEASLES WHOOPING COUGH PNEUMONIA S Follow Two Simple Rules Which will protect you and others VXJJSS ^ DON'T rilSER? DRINK OUTOf IN MOUTH COMMON DRINKING CUP RULE 1 Don't put in your mouth fingers, pencils, or anything else that does not belong there, nor use a common drinking cup. OR BEND HEAD RULE 2 Whenever you cough or sneeze, bow your" head or put a handkerchief over your mouth and nose. The Germs of these Diseases are spread through the secre? tions of the month and nose of sick people and carriers. VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH Our Fall Line of Women's Footwear is Appreciated and Admired Daily. There are Quality Boots in Exclusive Patterns. Compare our prices on new full merchandise und you'll find it impossible to have an "alibi" for trading elsewhere. GOOD GOODS AT LOW CASH FIGURES MAKE A STRONG COMBINATION. Don't they? M. J. HANKINS "The Store That Satisfiea" B HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STUD You Need These Comforts and Con? veniences for Efficiency in Your Studies? TOILET and MANICURE ARTICLES POCKET COMBS DRESSING COMBS HAIR BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES TOILET ROLL- UP MIRRORS FOUNTAIN PENS STATIONERY ETC., ETC. It is the consensus of opinion of lead? ing educators that the most efficient students are those who enjoy the neces? sary comforts of life. Of course, there are always prodigies?"Abe Lincolns" ?who can get along without. . But the majority of the best students are well equipped with these conveniences. You can find almost everything you need in the wny of toilet goods at our store. . We have given especial thought to the require? ments of high school and college students, and will be glad to assist your selection, any time, you visit your store. JOHN E. JACKSON ?rhe^ewMt Store Tazewell,Va.