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Local Nev/s j
Miss Lou Witten is in a Blucficld
hospital taking treatment.
A. O. Hilt, ol Tannersville, was in
town on business this week.
Few Indies suits left at 85.00 re?
duction on each suit. ?). W. Whit
C. W. Steele, of Drill, was at home
this week to cat Thanskgiving tur?
key at home.
There will be preaching in Tiizcwcll
Baptist church Sunday at li a. m. by
T. H. Cnmpbell.
Miss Ncllo (lose, of Burke's Gar?
den, passed thru town Wednesdny en
route to Ronnoke to visit relatives.
I have my Christmas line <>f goods
now mi display, Call and see them.
.1. W. WH1TLEY.
Bracelet watches, lavaliers, vani?
ties, mesh bags, and the new photo
cases for the Misses this year. Pobsl
has a fine slock of all of these arti?
Richard Mcade, of Tnzcwcli, win.
was recently sent to Camp Lee fron,
Tazewcll, is at home here on a shot t
Cheer your home this Christmas
with a new Edison. Have the world's
best music right in your home. Call
or write II. W. Pobsl for a catalog.
Construction programs at nine ar
my camps in the United .Stales have
been ordered discontinued hy the war
Influenza is raging in Pocnhonta.?,
according to reports reaching Taz'e
well. There are said to he a large
number of eases in the town.
I bought my Christmas stock ol
white toilet articles lasl January.
They were bought at year ago prices
and before the price advanced. Von
will he pleased with it. II. W. Pobst.
Eugene Thompson who has been in
the machine nun olflccrs' training
school, has I.ein discharged and is ex?
pected at his home here in a short
Entire line of Indies bats at one
lourlh reduction. .1. W. Whitlcy.
W. B. F. While ami W. II. Sprntt,
citizens of Kichlnnds ?!' some impor
lance, wel'C here this week on busi?
ness. They reported everything epitel
in Richlnnds.
There nrc many things which
might cause you i,, have a nice
Christine;. i',i:l nothing can bring
the joy into I he home that a New
Edison can. Prices reasonable at II.
W. PobsL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. II. I!. Sear?
ing a line baby girl. Mr-. Searing
is making her home here with her
parents, Mr. and Mis. .1. T. Kondrick
Mr. Scaring is in the nvintinu bcction
of the army.
Mrs. C. N'. Petty, who has boon on
a visit to her brother, Peery Groover
at Pocnhonta?., has returned '.<> hei
home here. .Mi. Greever and several
members of bis family bad lie. influ?
enza, hut have aboul recovered.
Eggs wanted r?0c a dozen. .1. W.
Whitley, North Tnzewell.
Attorney Ii. L. Jordan, of Rndfnrd,
reached town yesterday and will as
hist the Commonwealth in the Units
Hawkins case, which comes up in
court today. Kecmcr Hall, the <>n!<
eye witness of the affair, has also ar?
rived to be at the trial.
The sl.uy of "Jack. The Ginnt Kil?
ler," that lias been told the ehihl.v:
for ages, was told in pictures at tin
New Theatre yesterday afternoon and
evening, and greatly enjoyed hy the
children present a-' well as by a mini
her of "grown-ups."
Mr. and Mis. D. II. Daniels, of
Horscpen, have issued inviationa to
the marriage of thcil daughter, Mis:
Grace Aurelia to Mr. Tenner 11 Cre
die, Chaplain in the C. Army. The
wedding will take plnce Sunday, De?
cember Kth, at -I o'clock in the Chris
tinn church at Tazcwell.
The many friends of Mrs. Mary
McBryde, so well and kindly remem?
bered here, will he glad lo know that
vhc is living end well. She orders
this "valuable paper" sent to her ad?
dress at Anderson, Tcnn, What th<
editor wishes to know i; Why Mrs
McBryde put a question mail, after
I he word '?valuable?"
Mr. H. .1 Whitchead, Tannersville.
was here on Tuesday, bringing b
neighbors subscription as well as his
own. Mr. Whitehcad lias a boy in
France. The last report from him
was Sept 25th. Le was wounded, am'
in a hospital. His father is naturally
Tin- case of ile Commonwealth vs.
Will Martin, a rnnnorsvillc citizen,
charged with stealing corn, resulted
in a verdict ol guilty, with the pun?
ishment fixed by the jury of fifteen
days in jail and $25.00 in ?. Tim jury
trying this case were: W. H. Car
baugh. Geo. H. Moss, Jos, Harris '<????
Peter Yost, W. E. Cox. Roheit Fox
John L. Ascue. It. Sylvester Brooks.
W. L. Bandy, los. Bourne. 1. II. Peery,
S. Mustard.
Mrs. Sol Bunch, of Pocahontas, calls
attention to an error in (he Wnr Say?
ings list as published last week. The
$20.00 list by a typographical crroi"
was sot .up as "$2.00." We gladly make
this correction. "Purchases and pledg?
es of $2.00 should read "of $20.00."
GEltftl ANY.
Washington, Nov. 7.?President
Wil i 's plans lor attending the'
peace conference are all matured,
with (hv exception of the day und
hour of sailing. His departure is cer
tain early next week.
It is entirely probable that the
first announcement of the personnel
of the American delegation will be
made in the President's address to
the opening of congress, which will
he delivered Monday or Tuesday. At
the same time, the president may
luku occasion to make a .statement to
the country, as well as to congress,
on his going to Europe, something no
it her president has ever done
'I he most important announcement
that has yel been made in connection
with the official plans for the peace
conference came today. It was that
?here would he absolutely no censor?
ship on the news which the American
newspaper correspondents send back
home. At the personal request ol
President Wilson, both the British
.mil French governments will remove
all censorship on al! American news?
paper dispatches telling ol" the delib?
erations. Furthermore, to facilitate
the transmission of news to this
country, He" government through its
recently acquired control of the cable
lines, will ^ive news preference ir
transmission second only to the gov?
ernment official business. .News will
take preference over all commercial
business on the cable lines.
George Creel, chairman of the com?
mittee on public information, also an?
nounced today that the committee's
mnchiiiery in Paris would exercise
nothing whatever approaching a cen?
sorship on the dispatches telling of
;l.e progress of the conference. Al
the committee's facilities .Mr. Creel
?aid. arc In be devoted to helping Un
American newspapers correspondent*
? I the news back home.
Until two or three days ago there
?vere grave doubts as to whether any
Amern an newspaper col repsondentai
a! all would be permitted to accom?
pany President Wilson on the trip.
There was, however, to be no rcstlic
lions on the passage of newspaper
men to Prance by any means they
might lilld available.
Upon Mr. Creel's representations it
finally was decided to inctud a cor?
respondent of the Associated Press
ami correspondents of the other press
associations in the president's official
party oboard the liner George Wash?
ington. It was decided at the same
time lo give passage to correspond -
Pill - of individual newspapers on the
ai my transport Orizaba, which win
sail from Ilokokcn Sunday at noon
She will be part of the convoy of the
!? ideiit's sli p, which will include
the mpcrdrcudimilght Pennsylvania
mid a iiumi'cr of other naval ships.
The George Washington will carry
a naval crew of more than l.nuO of
(leers and men. Being faster, the
president's ship will arrive in France
at nlout the same lime as the Oriza?
ba. It seems to be settled, that the
prasidnt will co llrsl directly to
France, and later to England and pos
llbly lo Italy. If he intends to visit
any nf the other Kurnpenii countries
'tis plan has not liecome known.
\ ItKSlll.T til" T1IK WAK WORK
(I,urn tin Sheldon in the New York
Times. I
Is il inn lime for some one t i begin
pointing ??ui the heiu'Ats of the war
?incidental ones. I mean, aside from
"m ' iug ihe world safe fur democ?
racy"? If il is, I would like to say
'hat with the termination of the Unit
? I War Work drive, hiiniaiiitnriatiism
'.?oine into its own'.' That which ante?
dates, supersedes, and transcends all
the religions, near-religions, ami .nils
ever conceived in the intellect of ma"
looms nbnvc all else in the propor?
tions il has assumed with this last
human achievement. It has joined tin
hearts of .lew. Gentile, Romanist, and
prepared the way for more tolera
ti>ui and less prejudice regarding the
creeds ami lends hitherto considered
all-importnnt, even foolishly : acred
Jew, Gentile and Romania! fought
shoulder to shoulder in the trench
es, their differences forgotten. In tin
face of danger and death they had on?
ly one aim. one purpose, one resolu
tion. And in the face of their unity
tin- various church societies were
tshnmed and the littleness of their
contentions was brought home to
If in the future we hear nc more
>f denominational virtues, less of nar?
row creeds and bigoted tenets- -if we
hear more of brotherly love and hu?
man interest?the war will have a< ?
I'omplishcd a twofold mission. Relig?
ious wars?conflicts of intolerance,
waged to give some particular belief
supreme jurisdiction, have cuTscd th
nygonc ages . If this last war has ob?
literated denominational conceit from
the brains of the churches it has done
much mine for the world than "mak?
ing il safe for democracy." It has
made if safe for humanity.
Tie Xew York Herald, of the 17th
inst., contained a lengthy account of
the use of the wireless telephone in
transmitting messages and orders tu
aviators. The demonstration was cur?
ried out by Lieut. Hudson R. Searing,
whose wife ie here the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Ken
drick, and Col. Culver, of the Air-,
craft hoard. Sealing took the air ill
a Dellavilund machine and the orders
given from the ground through the
wireless telephone were easily under?
stood by him, although his lane was
at an altitude of several thousand
Big Vein, Nov, 21!.?The influonxa
has broken out in our camp, fifteen
new cases and some very serious, oth?
ers in a milder form.
Wilburn Bunch died here last Sun?
day evening at 7::il). with the dreaded
disease, influenza, lie was sick only
live days. His body was taken to Dan?
ville on number lfi last Monday night
and buried beside his wife. His si.v
toi-, rs. J. F W.ilson in?! her hus
bnnd, accompanied the remains to
its last resting place.
Mr. S. IC. Crouch and \V. B. Burton
were visiting the sick in Boissevaine
lust Sunday.
Mr. Harry Miner, general malinger
of the Big Vein Pocahontas Co., with
offices in Culunihus, Ohio, was here
mi business last week.
Mrs. X. I.. Barker was very pain?
fully injured last wee!; by a clothes
line breaking and striking her under
the left eye, leaving a very ugly sear.
Lemuel Slump, Rev. F. M. Shoop's
sou, died her" last Saturday from the
inlluenza. lie was 20 years old and
was a ipiiet, good boy. lie did not
participate in many things that other
young men would do und very often?
times would reprove bis associates
for their misdoings. His parent; ami
six of th li'Me children are lowil with
the influenza. His body was laid to
rest in the Hill cemetery near Bois?
"dr. Sam Berbert relieved Mr. .1.
F. Watson, engineer here, who has
gone to Danvi'Ie to attend the funer
?il of Itilburn Bunch.
Some gootl hog killing time just
row. Let us kill now il" they are fat
ami save some feed.
Phillip TowilC and Saul Kuller, two
colored miners here, were arrested at
Keuova Insl week and fund one hun
hd dollars and given sixty days oneh
for carrying too much bonze into the
State. One bail six pints and the
other eight pints. Old John Barley?
corn will sure gel you down, nigger,
ef yu fools with il.
Mr. M. M. Maxoy has been sick for
lomctimc with rheumatism. We arc
clad to fviy he is better now.
Mr. Walter Lethen wishes to thank
the good people of Boissevaine for
their kindness during his illness a d
Hr. .1. C. Daist, from Ronnoke, a
specialist in the treatment of Rectal
Diseases, at the solicitation of some
of Tazewoll's most worthy citizens,
has offered to visit Tazcwell on De?
cember 7th, Saturday, and will he
ai the Jcffcrsonville Hotel to give the
benefit of bis skill in the treatment
and cure of such common affections
as Piles, ProplnpSU8 and kindred dis?
eases to those who desire lo consult
him. Dr. Darst knows no such thine;
is a failure in the above cITcctions,
anil if after an examination he can?
not, cure you, or greatly benefit you,
will not accept you for treatment
For twenty years he has devoted his
whole time ami energy to the treat?
ment anil cure ol" rectal diseases and
has not hundreds but thousands of
cured and grateful patients to his
credit. Many of them are in your
own county. He will cure you without
the use of the knife, choloforni or
colliery and except in very rare In?
stances without any loss of time from
your business. Dr. Darst is making
a great sacrifice in leaving his Ron,
lioke ollii e to give you this opporf
tunity and the benefit of his skill and
the response given him will deter?
mine his future visits.
Rimnoke office, Suite .MS, MacBain
building. (adv.)
('.. F. Stowers spent last Sunday on
Wolfe I'reek.
Mrs. T. E. (Sregory is visiting rel?
atives in Montgomery county.
Mr. Austin Lambert pf Maryland,
was visiting relatives in the commu?
nity last week.
Mr. and Mrs. I!. ('. Fox spent last
Sunday at Mr. Reese Neel's.
Misses Hazel and (Ronnie Stow
i i s were (he guests of Cecil Robi
nettc last Sunday.
Mrs. Geneva Steele is still on the
siek list nl this writing.
Rc\. S. D. Lambert nnd family,
who have been visiting in Tennessee,
Mrs. R. B. Robinett, Mrs. R. C.
Fox and daughter, .Miss Jessie, ar
visiting relatives a* Bland.
Mr. Luther Scott, of Bland, was a
visitor in the community last week.
The suggestion made in a former
issue of this paper has met with
approval generally. Judge Graham's
letter of endorsement is to he fouao
in another, column. It is suggested in
this letter of Judge Graham's that
the names of the men who died in
camps in this country should be in
eluded along with those who losl
their lives in France. We offer an
additional suggestion: Build a Y. M.
('. A. hall in honor of the hoys ef
Tazewell who were called t.i the
colors, and dedicate "Victory Hall"
to the memory of the hoys.
Such a hall would he perpetualh
useful and uplifting. A monument
serves its purpose well, but its
Utility is limited. It is voiceless and
tilent, although eloquent in ita silence
but a hall is perpetually voicc-ful
and a center of living moral ano
religious influence?a rallying point
for the young men of future. Taze?
well needs such a hall, and this
would seem, if ever, a propitiou?
time to go after i'.
This is a suggestion?an amend
ment?offered to the original sug
ecstions. What do you think of th<
proposal? Shall it he a monument o
a Memorial Hall?
Our first quarterly meeting will b?
f ehl id Concord second Saturday and
Sunday in December. We aie anxious
In have present all the official mem?
bers especially the Stewards.
The fowwo etaoin etaoinetaoinaoin
The following gentlemen compose
the Board: R. P. Buchanan, J. P.
Ncal. Alex Scott, J. P. Barrett, Cur?
tis Gibson, W. E. Thompson, Joe S.
White, W. R. Bowen, II. B. Copen
liaver, Chas. Rutheford, Hugh Hump?
hrey. L. C. Buchanan, Chas. Jones,
G. S. Gildersleeve, W. A. Buchanan
Will Repass, H. .M Stowers, J. R
Meek, Ben. R. Moss, N. W. Stowers.
Next Saturday night I will preach
nt Liberty, next Sunday 11 a. m. at
Cove, and 3 p. m. Glenwood. W. C.
t^vTl^VEIlL's casualty "list/
The casualty lists, published in tho
daily papers this week, show the
names of four boys in addition to
those already published, ns follows:
ridden Euries, Clifficld, died of
wounds, Luther Hall, Liberty Hill,
missing in action, Jus. P, Lawrence,
North Tazewell, wounded severely,
McMeans, Burke's Garden; Missing
in action?Howard S. Bowman, North
Tazewell; Emory L. Taylor, North
Tazewell; Albert Rhudy, Haven.
These boys and others before
them und perhaps to follow, have
given their lives in the cause of lib?
erty and world freedom, heroes every
one of them.
A fine farm near Pedro, Ohio, of
296 acres, one (J ft., one ?! ft. vein of
).iodxo 'ssujif pooii 'sasnoq ~. *|Boa
cattle farm. Price $5000.00 oidy.
Here is a bargain, lfi interested
write News office for particulars.
Pai is, Nov. 23.?The American
naval establishments in European
polls and waters is being reduced
rapidly since the armistice. It is in?
tended lo onler home soon all small
craft, destroyers, and submarine,
used principally as convoys, except
for a limited number for patrol and
escort duly.
The American naval base at Brest
however, will not be nbondoiicd, but
will be used as a repair station. The
general installations there will be en
larger somewhat to take care of the
steady stream of transports which
will carry the American troops back
to their homes.
Other naval brunches along the
coast, including balloon and airplane
sheds and branch repair plants, no
longer are required, anil a consider?
able part of the naval personnel al?
ready has started homeward.
Yesterday was a bright, warm day
following a windy, stormy, rainy
night. All night Wednesday the wind
blew and the rain poured, as tho
elements were mad. On yesterday
morning early the clouds blew away
and the sun shone out. clear nnd
bright in benediction upon Thanks?
giving Day. However, the day had
been chosen as the hearer of a dark
shadow as well as sunshine, tears
mingled with smiles. Two funeralt
and two burials eccured at the same
hour in the afternoon. The bodies of
W. G. Ha frisson and of Mac Williams,
were borne tc the cemetery at the
same hour. Such an occurenee has
not I ecu witnessed here before. And
so, the sunshine and the shadow,
I ears and smiles, joy and sorrow
commingled on our great Thanks?
giving day.
Mr. C. T. Keister, of Tnnnersville,
was here on Tuesday, a witness tr
court, Ho called in for a chat ami r
?'kick." He said the Clinch Valley
News had not made proper mention
of what hail been done in the wai
work drives in Poor Valley, of which
the people then are justly proud.
Perhaps not, but we publish what is
furnished us by the committees and
glad to do so. Go after the commit?
A Y. W. C. A. A
A - A
A This Is nn orgnnlzntlon for A
A young girls from ten to eighteen A
A years of age, with the purpose of A
A giving them bolter habits nnd A
A ldeuls to make them responsible A
A women capable of living up to A
A the best hopes and traditions of A
A American women. It Is a new A
A war organization to which girls A
A In the grade schools, junior high A
A schools, young employed girls, A
A all the Rainbow Club girls and A
A Be Square Club girls lire eligible. A
If November llth is made a
national holiday in celebration of the
end of the war, the National Thanks?
giving day, Nov. 2S, usually, should
be changed to the I lib. Otherwise
the two holidays comp too close
together, and the interest of both
would suffer.
The .sentiments winch inspired the
Kotdic-rs and sailors In attack a lo:
of socialists and anarchist in New
York last Monday night, finds sym?
pathy ail over the country, while the
net hods employed may not be ap?
proved. A largo crowd gathered in
Madison Square Garden the ohjee;
>f which was to protest against the
execution of the anarchist Mooney.
The speakers Graded against the
courts, denounced every thing nnd
everybody American. A crowd of
about a thousand sailors and soldiers
gat together and sturted something,
und f-r a white there was something
going on The Bolsheviks anarchist.-,
and all were dodging nnd hiding
rvcry where. Just as well decide
first as last that Bolshevism can
have no place of safely in America.
The tap root of the gan? is in Ger
many and Russia where they are
giving all sorts of trouble. It looks
now as though General Koch will have
to invade these gangs and destroy
them before anything like order will
prevail there, and when they are
wiped out in Germany their des?
truction and final nnd utter suppres?
sion in the U. S. will he an cas'j
task, and not until then. Every one
of these disturbers of the peace
should be run clear out of the United
Stales, nt the point of the bayonet
if necessary. They should "get off
the earth."
cora mS^
SAVE, ifflPi
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4> <3
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v The "W" in the Y. W. C. A. ?
<i> stands for "Women In War <9
?J> Work." Its symbol Is the blue ?
-i> triangle, the emblem of "The *
<?> Girl lie Left Behind Him." The <3
three points of the trlnngle stund
<s> for protection, education nnd rec
<S> reatlon. In color It represents <S
faith, hope and charity. Its area <J
<i> Is symbolic of the work tho <i
Young Women's Christian Asso- <$
elation Is doing to help win the <S ?
war throughout the United <$ |
States, In France, In Russia, <$?
3> nnd In practically all parts of <5
? the world. <9
<t> <*
J ?? <$><3>-S> <$><$> <i> $ ?
One chief source of road deteriora?
tion is the tendency of traffic to fol?
low a constant line of travel, which
wears and depresses the road crown
along this line of continuous use. The
entire road surface, including the
shoulders, at least in dry weather,
should be used with the view of avoid?
ing as much as possible this objec?
tionable propensity. Thus will our
roads wear evenly, prevent to great
extent the inclination to drop in hole?
or rids, which obstruct proper drain?
age and cause water to soak into the
road, greatly to its injury. We are all
aware how important and expensive
a feature- is the maintenance of our
good roads; let us apply willingly,
therefore, since it is to our interest, if
for no other reason, one of the reme
dies for their economical use.
County Road Engineer.
no pa
- pa
tv? Nine social and recreation 1
lea centers for women Govern- Pa
ft,-, ment workers In Franco have Pa
Pa been established by the Y. W. lea
Pa C. A. Two arc In Paris. Ono
tei was created for American wo- t?l
men In that city, and the Fa
Ml other was created at the re- Ha
?si quest of the French Ministry pa
Pa of War for the benefit of girl Pa
Pa employes. The remaining cen- K-a
ps tors nre for French munition Pa
ta workers and have cafeterias Pa
Pa or lunch rooms, nnd canteens. Pa
Pa All work In France baa a dl- Pa
Pa rect bearing on the army. Ra
Ps Pa
Us m s ft Pa lu ra is
Y. W. C A. WORK o
When tho War Department
began to get tho men of tho
country ready for war plaus
were laid without much thought
of the women, but a stream of
women started coming to the
cantonments, with no provision
mndo for them, though many
came from distances too far
away to return at once. The
Oovernment needed the women's
help, and the Y. W. O. A. was
found to be tho only organization
equipped for the work. Out of
this grew the hostess house of
tho Y. W. C. A., of which there
are now 02, with more being
Redeem Your W. S. S. Pledge.
.an both be had tro: i the Mountaii
City Marble Company, of Mountain
City. Tenn., at quite reasonable prices
We handle first-class
material and our de?
signer is an expert
in his line, there?
fore, we guarantee
both work nnd ma?
terial to be number
vne. Satisfied cus?
tomers at reasonable
prices is our motto,
and if you should
doubt this just give
js a trial nnd we will
convince you.
Wo also handle
If you ore in need
of anything in this lino just drop me
a card and I will be at your service.
Let me at least give you prices and
ihow you designs before you buy
Agent for Mountain City Marble Co
Mammouth Bronze
A limited quantity of the finest
Toms and Hens we nave ever rais?
ed. Let your order get in before
they are all gone.
Burke's Garden Mills
Burke's Garden, Va.
The First National Bank at Graham, Va.
At the dost; of business Dii Norember 1st, 1018.
I .on IM unit DiM-nlMlltl (except those shown in h and e) fSS,72'J 01
Kotesand Hill? Rediscntinlcd (oilier than bunk acceptance-! sohl) 0,350 no
-$ 82,372 tu
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, 9228.01. 228 ?l
U. S. Rmtds deposited la secure eh dilation (par value) . 60,000 00
Liberty Loan builds, 3 1-2, land I 1-1 percent, unpledged.. . .$ -100 00
Liberty Loan bonds, :t 1-2, I ami I 1-1 per cent, pledged n>
seenie postal savings deposits. 18,500 00 13,000 00
Itolids oilier than U. S. honds pledged to secure postal savings
deposils. .29,000 OP
Premium on Ikinds, P. S. S..... . . !U7 -l.'i
Tolal lends, securiiic.-. cl>. other tl an U. S. ... , . '.19 917 45
Stock?, other than Fcdi-nil Reserve Hank stock . 7,400*00
Stock of Federal Reserve Hani; (60 per cent of suWription). 1,800 00
Value of banking house. $17,705 08
I'jpiity in Hanking house. 17,70?, 93
PurnitnreMud Fixtures .. 12,71-1 52
Real estate owned other than banking house . . 5,300 12
Cllsll in vault and net amount due from national batik? . 10,270 20
Total of Items 14, l?, 10, 17 and IS -.$10,270 20
( lucks on hanks loeated outside of city or town ot rupnrlillg hank and
other cash items . 127 50
Redemption fund wild U. S. Treasurer and due from 1'. S. Treasurer . . -2,000 00
Current expenses, luxes, etc . 686 Ot
Total. ^234,808 1 I
Capital stock paid in _... . ?! 00,000 00
BnniliM fund...;. -?,IS:t 50
Undivided profits. . $3,270 80
Lest current expenses, interest mid taxes paid... . 3,802 05
Circulating mite* outstanding. 50,000 00
Amount dm- lo Federal Rcorve Hank . 858 97
Net amounts due to National Hanks. . 10."? 16
Total of Items 32 and 83 .... . * 105 13
Di.ind Deposits (other than hank de-Wits) Mibjict i>> Reserve (<h posits
parable within 30 days):
Individual deposits silhjei l lo cheek. 68,000 00
Certilied checks. 40 00
Cashier's cheeks nillstttllding. 60
Dividends unpaid .. 21 Ott
Total demand deposits (oilier than hank dop?nils) subject 10 Reserve,
Items 84, 35. 30, :?7, :tS, 3?, 40 and II.$50,090.20
Time Deposits subject to Reserve i payable after 30 days, or subject lo 30
days or more notice, and portal pavings):
Certificates of deposit (oilier than fair money Iwirrowed) .. . . .. 12,800 00
Postal savings deposits. 38,002 40
Other time deposits. 20,279 87
Total time dopo-its subject lo Res. ileins 42,43,-14and 45, $71,151 27
Total. ?234,808 II
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those with Federal Reserve Rank... $ 0,350 00
Total contingent II ihilities (58 .1, b and c) . $ 0,350*00
Slate of Virginia, County of Tazdwell, ss:
I, R. A. Wells, cashier of the ahuve named hank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the liest of my knowledge and belief. R. A. Wn.t.s, Cashier.
Subscribed and -.worn lo before me this
13th day of November, 1018.
Jl'I.IA Cam Kit -n,
Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec. 15, Hi 1S
W. .1 Colo )
c W. Krister ' Directors
W. II. Morion ^
Our Fall Line of Women's Footwear
is Appreciated and Admired Daily.
There are Quality Boots in
Exclusive Patterns.
Compare our prices on new fall merchandise and
you'll lind it impossible to have an "alibi" for trading
"The Store That Satisfies"
Buy the Right Stationery
?at the Right Prices
RIGHTO! Your words express your messages, your
paper reflects your good taste. Select your station?
ery from our largest assortment of styles and finishes
in while and tints?for ladies -nd gentlemen.
Box papers; 35c to $1.50
CoiTesponclenco cards, 25c to 75c
Pound papers, 35c to 75c
Writing Tablets, 10c to 35c
Envelopes to match, 10c to 35c
and, of course, Fountain Pens, Pen?
holders, Steel Pens, etc.
Siore Tazewell, Va.

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