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A list of Real Estate in Tmewell County, Virginia delinquent for non-payment of taxes and levies thereon for the year 1918, except lands and lots heretofore sold to the Commonwealth an d not redeemed. 23P See notice of Sale at end of list. Name JEFFERSONVILLE DISTRICT. WHITE Quantity. Description. Altizer, W. T.35 acres Bowman, Annie E. .. 2 acres Brewster, R. G.,.lOVfc acres Crockett, C. W.74.13 acres Dunford, Daniel.34 acres Gillespie, John W., .13.97 acres Gillespie, Dr. J. R., .12 acres Howard, Nannie P..14 acres Hall, Mary A.,.H and L Hilt, W. E.00 acres Hoops, W. f,., . 5 acres Long, Hugh.15 acres Pcery, Nancy, .6.00 acres Rhudy, G. G., Est of.360 acres Smith, W. L.1 Lot Waldron, S. E., .1 acre Tnx and Levies. . .$3.13 Beech Fork, . N. Side Stony Ridge.V Crockett's Cove. 1.17 S. Fork Clinch.13.04 Beech Fork.1,77 Cavitt's Creek.3.6? Clinch River. 7.83 Nenr Dry Town. 6.4V Dry Town, . L80 Poor Valley, .5.08 N. S. Pt. Lick Mt. 2.62 N. S. Clinch River. 1.05 L. Shire Branch.78 Top Clinch Mt.4.57 Thompson Valley, .52 Pisgah. 4.90 TOWN LOTS?TAZEWELL Asbury, J. T. and Mollie Lot 14, sec.8 Cregur, Julia, Est.Lot 7, sec. 5 Church, I,ouisa.Lot 3, sec. 13 Litz, Mary A.Lot No| 8 Lawson, A.H.&Bessic Lots 13-14, sc.10 . N. Taz. Land Corp. Hotel Nor. Taze. Land Corpo., Ix>t 13, see.9 Nor. Taz. Land Corpo. Lot 14, sec. 9 Vandyke, Wm. M., . Hold Avenue. 3.78 I Tazewell ave., . 1-88 Hotel ave., . 3.781 Hotel ave.94 1 . 7.66 . 1.88' Hotel ave. 5.10 Hotel ave. 1.32 S. of C. H., . 2.2C TOWN LOTS?NORTH TAZEWELL Fuller, Chas. andM.A.Yates Lots 14-15 N.W.depot, Riverside ad. 3.40 Ruble, J. G., .Lots 4!1 and ?0 N.W. depot. N.T.Land Cor.94 Vandyke, Oscar.Lots 51, 52 53 N.W.depot, N.T.Land Corpo. 1.41 Williams, M. C. S. W. Depot. 6.62 COLORED LAND. Donlcy, Louisa.II. and L Smith, Frank B., .H and L Smith, Annie, Est.,.11 and L Thompson, Newton.II and L R. R. ave. 1.30 S. E. of C. H. 2.60 S. E. of-C. II., . 2.60 R. R. ave. 8.01 TOWN LOTS?NORTH TAZEWELI?COLORED Thompson, Lizzie. S of depot. .19 CLEAR FORK DISTRICT. Ashworth. II. E.12 Burton, Rnnic.L. 1? 17. S. I. Bruce, G. D., _L. 16,17,17,10, S.30 Bennett, Susan, .11 acres Burress, B. C,. .L. 125x120 ft. Hasher, Alice and Piinco Patrick LS2 Bluefield Fair Assn.buildings, etc Burton, Sarah.1-12-I2&2l&tract Clear Fork. 2.p0 Clear Fork.1.8? Clear Fork.3..2 Yards. 2.0r Sergeant St., Graham,.87 Curran Branch. 41' A. Heaver Creek, .135.2' West Graham. 0.1' Bundy, R. F., Bales, M. B.2A Compton, Delilah.'.3A Comptnn, Mary, Est.6A Compton. Fred.II and 1A Caudil, J.F.&M.C.L. 1 2.3,4, S. 9 Carper, Leila S.Lot 3 Carter, John, .50A . L. 26, S. 2 West Graham. 1.1 Falls Mills Mud Fork, .. West Graham, Laurel Creek, 4' 2 ?' 8.2? 2.2!' Carter, H. C.L. 2. S.2 Curran Hi Boissevaine, . 2.2* E. Graham.2' Bluestone.4.51 Cnrter, Ida, .36.6A Carter. Jennie B.M and 1A Cox_ Frank H..20A Coonie, John..I.'A Childs, John.Lot Denver, A. G., . .H&Lts. 11 .I J.i.l.S.l Dillion. Louisa.2">-\ Davis, R?bt.&wife, . . .H&I.ts into 15 Davis, Rohei t.Ms A Durham, Alex.II and 8A Devier. C. F.H&L 14*15 Frvc, Dixie Hay.H&L Freeman, J.A. and F.P.5ViA Freeman, J.A. and F.P.5:i.:tA Gillespie, J. S. et als,..2325A? bal. Gillespie, J. S. et als..1000A bal. Gillespie, D. A.%A Gilliam, M. S.133A Gllllam, M. S.2 tracts Gregory, Station&LouisF.H&L Gregorv. Sarah.II&L 20&21 Gilbert, Laura E.30A Hendricks, A. F.10-A Hendricks, A. F.2 Vi acres Hendricks, A. F? .8 acres Hamlet. Peggie.L. 12, Scc.l Harless, Gillie,.4 Vi acres Johnson, Samuel, ..H&L 160, Sec.8 Jones, Bettie.L. 21, S. 1 Jones, Callie I.HandL Jewell, Pearl.HandL. 3, 4, S. 1 Kroll, J.P.&H.B.etals_275 A bal. Keesee, Albert, .289 A Knight, L. L.Tract Kidd, M. A.18A Kitts, Geo. K., .II and 2 Lots Kahle, W. D.2 Lots Lewis, Samuel.3A Leftwich, T.K&wife.In. in tract Lucas, J. K.II and Vi 150A Lawrence, Alice, .HandL Lockett, Lucv and John, L. 4, S. 2 Mays, Geo. W.Tract Marsh, Mary E.HandL Mitchell. Robert&wife, ..L. 6, Sec. 8 Morton, Harman&Co. L26&apt..'i, SB 2 Mills, Romulus, _HandL and S.5 Mullens, S. A.andwife, .IIA Moore, J. T. et als.L.28, 3:1, S. 2 Moorman, G. II. andW.F., L.3.S.8, bal. McFarland, E. C..46A Miller, Perkins.L. 52, S. 3 Ncel, A.J.&B.G.Wynn, 2 parcls&H's Neel, Geo. L., .HnndL.8, Scc.2 Ncwberrv. E. L.224 A. Paulev, Margaret.20.80A Phillips, John, Est.2A Pierce, W. M.Lot 135,136, S. 9 Perdue, Joseph.H and I. Porter,L.E.&Mrs.P.C.Winbourn, 150A Porter, S. B..HandL.22, S. 4 Porter, S. B.,.Lot 16, S. 8, Reynolds, J. T.14A Reynolds, O. W., .9.62A Reynolds, Geo. A., .HandL. 3rt Rosenbaum, Durnsbey, .14 Vi A Rolen, Minnie.11 Vi A Spracher, Mrs. May, . .. .Lot 15, S. 33 Sink, John A.HendL Stump, Charles, .L.83, S. 6 Sadler, Jos.,..L.4f>, S. 9; L.44-45, S. 7 Scott, Emma, .8A Sydner, Thomas.Tract Shields, Julia A.Lot Stowers, D. D.1.96A Stowers, J. P. and Nannie.14A Stade, Cornelia.Vi int. in lot Tabor, C. M.SHA Tabor, Brtley, Est. of.>',A Thomnson, Estill,..H and 3600 sq. ft. . Wilburn. T. W., .HandL Wyatt, Mary C.8A Woody, C. R.,.L. 0, S. 1 Wagner, M. L., .15a Witten, Mrs. Snllie J.20.2A Witten, Dr. R. M.,. .22A Williams, E.L. 150, S 2 Williams, C. A., .Tract Walker, Samuel G.,_L. 18, 9; S. 1 Wingo, S. II.45%A Blucstone, . 4.1> Biuestone.2.0' Clear Fork. 13r Dividing Ridge. 3.2'.' Curran Branch, .5> Rollins Hollow.d.Sf Curran Branch.5 V West Graham.17.lt Stony Ridge.57 Yards. 2.7C Rollins Hollow.2.2f Graham. 2.6" Valley Ridge.3.8' Valley Ridge, . 4.01 E. River Mountain, .lO.OT E. River Mountain.1.44 Stony Ridge.4( Clear Fork, ,. 2.14 Clear Fork.5". Clear Fork, . 2.8S Rollins Hollow, . 1.4i> Wright's Valley, . 2.07 W. Graham.2.2f W. Graham, .1.71 W. Graham. 1.9r Curran Branch, .3f .Falls Mills.81 Boissevaine.2.IP Coal Branch.23 Falls M?lls. 2.5:' Falls Mills. 4.H-. Bockhorn Mountain.2.1!' Cuccan Branch, . 2.01; Near Poeahcntus, . 4.0'.' Biuestone, . 4.7( W. Graham. 5.7; Falls Mills.2.07 Curran Branch.36 Clear Fork, . 1.14 West Graham, .10.3? Mud Fork. 2.87 Boissevaine. .4( Boissevaine.2.64 Raids. 1.0? Boissevaine.91 N. Graham. 1.14 Curran Branch, . 6.41 Falls Mills.5.59 West Graham. 1.37 Curran Branch.36 Clear Fork.5.84 Curran Branch.61" Graham, . 9.17 West Graham, . 4.59 Clear Fork.5.13 Curran Ridge.95 Laurel Creek. 2.30 Curran Branch,.46 Yards. 2.08 Chestnut Ridge,.3.45 Yards. 5.74 Yards.57 ] Biuestone, . 3.90 1 Bluestone, . 1.14 West Graham, .4.59 Burke's Garden.8.91, N. W. Gruham, . 3.83 Graham.57 Diy. Ridge, . 2.29 Boissevaine, .?&l Curran Branch.3.45 Mud Fork.72 Coal Branch. 1.72 Laurel Creek.-.. 1.14 Near Graham,.57 N. W. Graham.10 50 N. Graham,. 2.29 Mud Fork.10.71 Falls Mills,.2c Boissevaine.3.2z' West Graham. 4.5? Falls Mills. 1.35 Boissevaine.46 Falls Mills. 3.0!) Blucstone. 4.53 Biuestone. 3.63 Boissevain.23 Coal Branch. 1.72 W. Graham. 1.83 Mud Fork. 4.13 MINERAL LANDS. Dotson, F. W.12A Laurel Creek, . 2.28 Harman, Jno. M..168A Divides. C.87 Moore, E. II..75A Laurel Creek,_.'. 1.83 Moore, J. W.76 '/i A Laurel Branch, . 10.64 Bailey, Rebecca.35ALaurcl Cr.eek. 2.28 Pcery, W. E. et als.312.50A Laurel Creek.9.71 Watts, J. G., rustec.212.50A Laurel. Creek. 9.71 TOWN LOTS?GRAHAM Anderson, R. C,.Lot 1, Sec.5 . 3.94 Burress, R. A.L. 6, Sec. 41 .78 Baugh, W. F.,.L. Graham ave. l fj& Baugh, W. F.HandL. 7, Sec.23 . 4 73 Baugh, W. F., Vi of lots 39 and 40.S.50 .94 Belcher, Mary A. ..Lot Reynolds St.\. .94 Clark, Julia, .L. 7, Sec. 36 .64 Clark, J. P.L. 9, Sec 8. .?1 Dudloy, J. F., Loti 1 to 10, See. 63 . 6.30 Dudley, J. F., Lots 13 S. 3, Lots 10.S23 . 3.66 Davis, Robert and Oscar Allen, One-half lot Highbind* ovo.,.TU Elrigo,A.R., L.13 W.E.Lanc pit. S. 6 .47 Franklin, Morca V.?.Lot. 6,S.4l . 3.15 Franklin, W. J. Est. of, HandL. Sec.2 . 3.00 Grnyson, W. W., _Lot 6, See. 42 .39 Hamric, C. E., .'. ..L.3 and IL, Sec.12 . 2.7;. Heatherman, James.Lot .79 Jones, Mid., Lot 12, Hollow Reserve.39 Johnson, R. E. and Nannie F. H&1A. 7.08 Johnson^. W. and Polly, 1,155 E.Gra. 39 Kriss, C. M.Lots 17&18, See.39 .7w LefTel, Bettie, Ixits 12andl3, See. 31? .?.. 3.15 Moore, O. B. and C. W. Black 2 lots (near A. P. Browns), . I .GR Morton, Hnrnian andCo. L.1G blck. 2 .79 MeCriscord, J.A.,lotll sec.8, Gramfld. 100 Neel, W. L.Lots 4 and 5, Sec.49 . 1.20 Palmer, Birdie, Lots 14&15, blk. Q . 7.SS Short, W. J., HandL R.L.G. plot, S.5 . 10.j;> Simpson, J. H. ILandL. E. Graham . 1.73 Tabor, E. 11. Est. of.HandL . 17:! Walker, Lelia S., HandLs.12-13 S. 36 . 2.12 Woolwin.CJ.&J.D.F. lot2, S.30.L1 l,s27 .79 Walk, Henry.L.21, Sec. 53 .73 Woods, James.L.18, und HO ft. 3.15 Wilson, J. W. 1-3 int. Watrbg Semi. 4.7.. TOWN LOTS?POCAHONTAS. Sincox, Mary.half-lot . 3.16 Standard Oil Co.Lot and tank .23.02 Sowers, A.J.&Emmn, 1-2 int. in lot . 1.68 Tabor, J. S.,.HandL, Sec. 21 . 0.32 Walker, Samuel G.S7A. Lot nndll (Inn Properly).?.108.81 DELINQUENT LA NDS?COLORED. Birne, Wade.L.12, S. 33 Graham.57 Clark, Randal.30A Muud Fori:. 1.38 Froe, Sallie, ?/2 int. in 21 A Litl.Ridgc Little Ridge. 1.38 Heath, Milton.35 A Stony Ridge. 1.00 Harmnn, W. V. Est. of .89A Stony Ridge. 0.14 Holland, J. B.5 lots Graham. 1.14 Pleasants, W. H.HandL6 Sec. 3 West Graham. 3.44 Robinson, Charles L. ...Haandl. 353 Graham, Hap. Hollow.2.29 Robinson, Ohas. L.,.L. 2, S. 3 Graham.40 Robinson, Chns. L., ..L.8, Holly Res. Graham.23 Smith, Early S.L. 15, S.4 W. Graham. 1.14 Shell, C. D.,.Lots 9 to 14, inc.10 31 Sinkford, Milton.85A Valley Ridge.3.95 l'urpin, Cornelius, L.12 and 13, Sec.3 Graham. 3.46 Prigg, Rose Ann.37A Tip Top. 3.39 rhompson, Ellen.30A Stony Ridge, . 4.13 Thompson, S. J.L.7 Tip Top. 1.14 rhompson, M., Est of .Lot 10 Tip To|. 1.83 Tanzimorc, Howard.10A Mud Fork. 2.29 Wlsham, Jno., .Handl. 1.14 Woolfolk, Mary,.Lot lnnd2, SI E. Graham.91 TOWN LOTS?GRA HAM?COLORED. Brown, J. E.,.Lots 9, 10, 11, 12 . 1.68 lowilS, Eliza and Joseph.Lot .79 '.ray, Geo. Est.of Handl.ts 2-9, Sil.12 . 6.98 lolloy, Sallie.Handl. Hi, S. 38 . 1.17 licks, A. C, .Lot 13, Sec. 7 .79 irtley, Crockett, Lotsl2andl2, Blk.G .79 taggison, C. R.Lot 12, Sec. 38 .... 15? aunders, Edward, Interest in Lots 25, 20, S. 39; S. 39; L.8. S. 29. 3.91 Voods, James.HandL 22. see.39 . 9.46 Voods Clarence, HandL. E. Graham . 6.60 Voodsi Lena M., ..L. 2, Highland ovo .79 TOWN LOTS?POCAHONTAS?COLORED. >oe, Charles.HandL Rolfe St. 0.30 Vitien, Dora S., .2 Lots . 118 MAIDEN SPRING DISTRICT. Irown, Jas. F., .%A Clinch River.21 Jrown, Jas. F.15.lt A Clinch River. 159 .leavers, T. Alex.30ViA Middle Creek. 1.71 .leavers, A. 1)., .30A Indian Creek. 1.28 firewater, Cora.OA Reedy Ridge.10 irewster, J. M.OA Baptist Valley. 1.53 Joyd, G. W.52A Little Valley, . 2.21 Orabtree, Thomas, Heirs, 3-7 of 25A Poor Valley. Carter, R.W.&P.S.EIswick.Lot Big Creek.23 Cummings, C. J.2C0A S.S. Flat Top Mtn. 1.20 i''anoy, John.Lots 29 and 3u, S10 Richlands, .....41! Hankins, Robt. C. and Polly-!?A Red Ash..' .22 llolloway, Jesse.50A Clinch Mountain. 10 8 Hugerman, Harvey.76A Hilton Branch.4.80 Hnrrisson, J. B.<A Reedy Ridge.40 Horton, L. H., Est.35A Sink Hole Creek. 3.72 Hammond, Sarah, .102A Bearwallow, . 8.7: Horton, Jno. H., . 26A Mill Creek. I 07 Kirk, Wm., .8A Poor Valley, .33 Kirk, Wm. and J.S.Rector 1 share French estate. Poor Valley. 2.00 .Ceen, Newt.25A Big Creek, . 1.03 ..rester, J. A.11.37 Near Richlands. 1.2S tester, J. A..65A Kent's Ridge, .12.49 L,awson, Sarah & Mary Cruey, 8.82A Coal Creek.33 ..ankford, Mary J.5A Middle Creek.42 .?atrick, Jas. R. and Laura J. . .4.9A East Cedar Blutr.42 .Yoftit, Mrs. Belle, .2 Lote Richlands. 1.48 .'almer, Thos. J.Lot Big Creek.22 lusscll, J. W.3A Middle Creek.22 ?Itinson, C. B.21V4A Gray's Branch. 2.74 Jtinson, Florence J., .10A Gray's Branch, . 2.42 Sparks, Joseph.19A Clinch River, . 3.23 Sparks, John H. Heirs.31 Vi A Clinch River, . 5.3? Spnrks, Jonas and Silas, Int. in tract Lick Branch,.62 Sparks, Silas H., .13.21 A Lick Branch.80 MINERAL LANDS. Blankcnship, Jno. W.1A Coal Cheek. 3.14 iOacy, R. G.8A Coal Creek.85 1 Corvin, J. L..5.7 and 6A Town Hill. 1.28 I Corvin, J. L., .Strip Town Hill, .43 I Joskins, Boyd, .1A Coal Creek.43 1 Daniels, II. C. and Lettie Int. in 102A .43 (.owe, Margaret, .73A Middle Creek.3.01 i'isser, John A.1035.9A Big Creek.220.90 Stump, Martha M.,.Int. in 10A Big Creek.44 Vandyke, Robert L.Tract Laurel Creek, . 1.28 Pack, Adam.8.3A Coal Crock.43 Ray, Roy, .31.82A Indian and Middle Creek.1.72 Reed, D. C, .79.91 A Indian Creek, . 1.79 Reedy, Erasmess, Est., .27A Indian Creek, . 1.28 Sayers, J. M.30A Head Big Creek, . 1.28 Smith, John W.6A Town Hill.43 Smith, Frank.GO A Trace Ridge. 1 29 Dye, B.F.andB.H. Lusk. Middle. Creek, . 2.15 TOWN LOTS?RICHLANDS. Allen, Florence.Lots 1&2, S.94 .28 Brooks, S. S., _f.18, Sec. 16 .28 Beavers, J. M.25-20, S. 90 .43 Benvers, J. M.20-27, Sec. 89 .42 Brown, Mrs. M. E. and Heirs. 1, 2 and 3, Dalton Add., Black 1,. 1.07 Baker, W. S., .0, Sec. 80 .21 Darnell, J. W. and J. H. Philpot... 11-13-14, Dalton add., Sc:. 9.70 Dick, Evans R., 21, 22, 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, S.85 .191 Fisher, W. P. and Gertrude, 4 Sec.5 . 4.40 Gross, Paul and M. A., 13-14, Sec.4 . 5.07 Francisco, Pnola Garvice, Guisseppe Gervasio, 12-13, Sec. 4; 12-18, Sec 10 . 3.55 Catling, Geo. R., .28, Sec. 7 .28 Harman, D. B., 1, 2, 3, 16, 10, Sec.90 .70 Harris, C. S.7, 8, 9, Plan A, 21 .03 House, A. M.2 add. Sec. 7 .28 Hewson, W. K. Est. ..29, 30, 31, S.ll. 1.13 Hcwson, W. K. Est.,_7 and 8, S. 1 . 4.90 Hess, E. J.18 and 21, Sec. 89 .28 Johnson, Wm., . .6-7-8-9-10, Sec. 94 . 3.55 King, Mrs. Evn M^ildrod, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Plan B, Sec. 41. 8.50 Litz, John.28, Sec. 5 .57 McGuire, W. F., 12 Block A; 7 Dnlton nd, Blk. 4 .28 Miller, Wm.int. in 18, Sec.16 .15 Micciche, Fillipo, Vi int. in 11&12, S.4 . 1.42 Micciche, Fillippo, % int. in 11-12, S.4 . 2.12 Rimmer, Geo. W.. .31-32, Plan C. S.89 . 2.55 Stump, Charles, .,..5A .71 Stump, Charles, ..1,2,3,4, Scc.9_ Dalton Add. 2.81 Staump, Charles.5A . 2.13 Stump, Charles.3%A . 4.2n Sadler, Mra. Emily Hudson, 36, S. 6 . 3.18 Sayers, John M., ..21-22 Farmer add .70 Trivett, H. Clay, 9, plan A.Sec. 22,bal .15 Trivott, H. Clay, ..5A, N.S. 6th St. 1.42 Underwood, A. R... .4, 5 and 6, Scc.lli . 2.12 Wilson, J. M... .12-13-14-15-16, Sec.84 . 7.09 TOWN LOTS?CEDAR BLUFF. Hurt, R. J..'.. .4, T. A. Gillespie Add. Sec. 1; land2, Sec. 2.70 Hurt, John Br, Exec. J. M. McGuire, Mary A. Fields, HandL.85 Laird, John and James, ....4 Lots . 1.13 McGuire, W. F., .Lot .14 Boso, R. S.t2andl3, Col. Hill.. .. Shreve, R. \V.2 pea and par t 's Young, A. C, ....f<0 and 51, Col.Hid DELINQUENT LAND Ward, Charles.10A \Y. .29 3.1>0 .1)8 COLORED. 15. .80 ? in tin' foregoing list (ex to the Commonwealth ami e it' as may be necessary to satis ; . -.!?> ilue thereon, will be Bold r of the Court House on tho lir .con tho lioura of ten in the NOTICE?The real osi ti cept lands ami lots heret >i not redeemed), or so nint h there fv the taxes, levies, interei t I at public auction at the fr mt do at Monday In January. 1919, bet morning and lour in the afternoon, unless the amounts for which said real estate is delinquent, together with the interest, costs and charges shall have been previously paid to the Coun? ty Treasurer. II. P. HU1TTALN. Treas. November 23ld, 1918. Your Stomach Has no TEETH ? Improper and insufficient innalicntion of food in (he mouth from Inch of GOOD TEETH onuses fcrmeulntive conditions which result in indigestion Km) very frequently appendicitis. It lias boon ostimnleii that 40 per cent, of appendicitis cases are caused from had teeth. Your stomach cannot do the work that your teeth should do. LET US PUT YOUR TEETH IN UOOD CONDITION. Pull iet of Teeth.$8.00 Solid Crown*.$4.00 Cold Pilliusg.$1.00 Silver Killings.fill ALL WORK GUARANTEED. EXAMINATION PREE. ESTABLISHED TEN YEARS. LADY IN ATTENDANCE. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK Dr. J. S. Compton Over the 6 and 10c Store, HLUEI'TELD, W. VA. What Determines Meat and Live-Stock Prices? Some stock men still think that Swift & Company?and other big packers?can pay as little for live-stock as they wish. Some consumers arc still led to believe that the packers can charge as much for dressed meat as they wish. This is not true. These priees are fixed by a law of human nature as old as human nature itself?the law of supply and demand. When more people want meat than there ' is meat to be had, the scramble along the line to get it for them sends prices up. When there is more meat than there are people who want it, the scramble all along the line to get rid of it within a few days, while it is still fresh, sends prices down. When prices of meat go up, Swift 8k Company not only can pay the producer more, but has to pay him more, or some other packer will. Similarly, when prices recede all down the line Swift & Company cannot continue to pay the producer the same prices as before, and still remain in the packing business. All the packer can do is to keep the expense of turning stock into meat at a minimum, so that the consumer can get as much as possible lor his money, and the pro.ducer as much as possible for his live-stock. Thanks to its splendid plants, modern methods, branch houses, car routes, fleet of refrigerator cars, experience and organization, Swift & Company is able to pay for live cattle 90 per cent of what it receives for beef and by-products, and to cover expense of production and distribution, as well as its profit (a small fraction of a cent per pound), out of the other 10 per cent. Swift & Company, U. S. A. ? ?Bill rl IFllllll'IIIMI ill1 III 'MYSTERY SHIPS" HAVE AC? COMPLISHED WONDERS. Ixmdon, Nov. 21.?Upon the highest authority it is learned thi i the "inys I tery ships" of which hitherto only hints have been allowed to filter ou 1 of tho censor's office, represent the IBritish naval architect's most nota? ble contribution to the war's won? ders. It is no longer a secret that only :hree of lbe.se marvel sships have been constructed s:o far, but thoy have already accomplished many amazing achievements. Your correspondent is informed the most, nmazing feat was recorded when foreign minister Balfour was rushed across tho Atlantic in three days, .'his was the lime the Serbian situa? tion was so acute that it made the presence of the British foreign min? ster in Washington imperative. Another "mystery ship" enabled a ;.:ity of British officers some months go Lo reach Vancouver in eight days Mom here, via Halifax. Tho officers were urgently needed to join tho allied Siberian expedition. On another occasion, tho British admiralty was warned that a Ger? man raider had eluded tho blockade and was pirating on tho high seas. Immediately two "mystery ships" Word rushed out in quest of tho raider. Tho result was that in less than twenty-four hours the raider was rounded up and sunk. Speedier Than Destroyers. Later, jtnothor Herman sea ma? rauder eluded the British, but was caught in seventeen hours by these giant seahounds of marvelous speed power, any other achievements of almost incredible value are related of these strange craft. It is stated on excellent authority that these three "mystery ships" ere considerably larger than destro? yers and speedier. They have smaller coal rooms, carry less ammunition, and a smaller amount of food and supplies. This is believed to account for their remarkable sped in reach? ing distant ports. Their engine room is larger than that of the destroyers, enabling them to develop such ter? rific power. It. is asserted the ships have at? tained fifty-four kinds an hour in special tests, and more than 1,000 knots a day, in all sorts of weathor, in Atlantic waters. Their only armanent consists of one huge gun turret on each end, containing fifteen-inch guns able to sink anything afloat, while their speeil enables them to overhaul any em ft. They are also equipped with bomb? ing hydroplanes, which appear sudd? enly "from nowhere" and, with u direct bit, can cripple the most powerful supcr-drendnnught, which the terrific gunfire of the vessel can then sink. In the Cleric's Office of the Circuit Court, of the county of Tazcwoll, on the :!ls: day of November, HUH. REED MOOItK.IMalntitT, against LKTlllA MOORE.Defendant. The object of this suit Is to obtain a divorce a viuculo luufriinouil upon i he ground of dusurlion. And an affidavit Laving been made and hied that the defendant, Lethia .ne, whose hint known place of ni .de is Chicago, III., is not resident of the Stale ?f Vilginia, it in ordered thai '-he do appear within liflocn days after due publication hereof and do what may bu nocessary to protect bei interest in this unit. And it is further ordered that u copy hereof be published once a week for 4 success? ive weeks in the Clinch Valley News, a newspaper published in the county of I'a/.eueil, and that, a copy he posted III tin- front door of the Court Mouse. i?f lids county on or before the Ith Jay of December, HUH, that being the next succeeding Itule day after ibis order was entered. A Copy -Teste: C W. GREEVER, Clerk. ?I A MKS :;. KAULE, p. q. 11-22-41. UIULS. WHITEN SKIN WITH LEMON JUICE Makes a Itcnuly Lotion for a Few Cents to Itrmovc tan, freckles, sallow liens. Your grocer bus tho lemons and any drug store or toilut counter will supply you with three ounces of ? r churd white for a few cents. Squeeze the juice of two fvsh lemons into a bottle, then put in the orenhrd white nnd shake well. This makes a quar? ter pint of tho very bent lemon skin wllilcner and complexion beuntilier known. Massage this fragrant, lo? tion daily into tho face, necks, arms nnd hands und just see bow freckles, tun, sullowncaa disappear und how smooths, soft and cealr tbu skin be? comes. Vcsl It is harmless and the beautiful results will surprise you. i^l Soriolk?ternBi rrsKxtUtcamm Schedule Effective Jan. G, 1918. Lv. Tu'/.uwcll for Norton? 0:40 a. in. 3:04 p. m. Lv. Tasewell for Blueliuld? 10:42 a. m. G:42 p. m. From 1IIueficId, Easlhouud: 0:35 a. m. for Honnoke, Norfolk, and points on Shenanduah division, l'ullmau sleeper and cafe car Nor? folk. Parlor car (Broiler) Huanoko iwtd llagcrstown. H:00 a. in. daily for Fast Kadford, and intermediate stations. 2:06 p. m. daily Lynchburg and in? termediate stations and Shenandoah Valley. Sleeper Bluofleld to Phila? delphia, Roanoko and New York. Din? ing car. 0:36 p. m. for Roonoke, Lynchburg, Richmond, Norfolk. Sleeper to Nor? folk, and Roanoko to Richmond. WESTBOUND. 8:4G p. m. for Kcnova, Portsmouth, I 'illumine , Cincinnati. Sleeper Colum? bus and Cincinnati. Cafe care to Williamson. 8:16 a. m. for Kcnova, Portsmouth, Cincinnati, Columbus. Sleeper to Co? lumbus. Cafe car. 1:40 p. m. for Williamson and in? termediate stations. W. B. Bevill, Passenger Traffic Man? ager; W. C. Saunders, .general pas? senger agent, Roanoke, Va. ?Tis Better to be Sure than Sorry SEE US FIRST AND BE SURE CLINCH VALLEY IN? SURANCE AGENCY, (Incorporated.) TAZEWELL. VA. REPRESENTING American Central Insurance Co. American Alliance Ins. Co. Firemaiiu Fund ins. Co. Colonial Fire Underwriters. Dixie Fire Insurance Co. Great American Insurance Co. Glens Falls Insurance Co. Germunia Fire Insurance Co. Hartford Fire Insurance Co. lloaie Insurance Company. Llv. and I .on. and Globe Ins. Co. London Assurance Corporation. National Fire Insurance Co. Niagara Fire Isurance Co. N. Y. Underwriters Agency. New Hampshire Fire Ins. Co. Norwich Union Fire Ins. Society Phoenix Assurance Co. Queen Insurance Co. Royal Insurance Co. Va. Fire and Marino Ins.-Co. Rodcera Your W. S. S. Pledge.