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TTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTttT WWW I I I Local News $ i $ WANTED?Several girls to lean, dress making. Apply, ALICE POOLK. 40 bushels of wheat to the acre grown by one of our largest farmers this season, lie used Swifts Red Steer Fertilizer. Beware of imitator.-, and imitations. TAZEWELL SUPPLY CO. Mrs. J. F. Gillespie, and two daugh? ters, and son, Joe, have just return ed from a motoring trip to Alderson nad Roanokc, where they visited rel? atives. Miss Keith Garst, of Roanokc, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. . Gilles? pie, of this city. "Raffles, the Ameateur Cracks? man" New Theatre Sept. Ith. screen version of the famous Horniing sto? ries. A big show at usual prices. "Tongues of Flame," extraordinary unusual, psecial featuring Marie Wal ramp. Eddie Polo in "Lure of Circus" Theatre tonight only. Miss Dorath v Combs and Miss Wolfe, and Messrs Alderson and Gil mer, of Lebanon, were in Tuxewcll a few minutes last Sunday afternoon, having motored through the country. Mrs. R, W. Newton and children, from PocahontllS, are in Tuxewcll, visiting Mrs. Newton's sister, Mrs. .1. F. Hurt and Mrs. .1. S. Uottimore. Mr. and Mrs. Newton have recently enjoyed a pleasant visit to Mercer Healing Springs, in company with a number of other people of this coun? ty. Miss Lultl JoilCS will leave Mini day for Washington to visit her aunt. Miss Mao llatlkins, who is en? gaged in social service work in con? nection with the American Red Cross. Miss Jones will return this while! to her school in West Virginia, where she has taught for a number id' ses? sions. Magistrate Geo. W. Gillespie, of Boisscvnin, was ben- this week at? tending court. "The Heart of Humanity" New Theatre Sept. 27. Ralph Thompson, who is working in West Virginia, was at his home here Sunday. "The Cavcll Case" New Theatre Sept. 11th. Second of series in in? terest of memorial lo soldiers. FOR SALE?Iiuick, four cylinder car, model 11)18. flood as new. New casings on all wheels. Write, W. F. TABOR, Boisscvnin, Vn. 8. 21?. 21. 'Salome" New Theatre September 20. Matinee and night. Mrs. Jno, M. Crowe, with bei- son, Howard, went 1? Charleston, W. V.. last Thursday on a brief visit to her (ddest daughter. Mrs. Frances E. Warner. Miss Mary Haytcr, Abingdon, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Ward, as is also Miss draco Long, of Rig Sonc Cap. Miss Haytcr will leach in the high school here next session. What is "Larabee's Best?" Ask Boycr and Co. If you are looking for Lnrnhcc, he's at Boyer's. Mrs. Mary Drown, of tin- Cove, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ella Painter, this week. Sweet Potatoes?at Boyer's. White House and lleinv.'s Vinegar ? at Buyer's. Miss Russell Gucrrnnt, who has spent the summer with her sister, Mrs. Billy Gillespie, leaves mi Mon? day next for her home in Los Ange? les, California. Put you troubles in a pocket with a hole ia it, or drown them with a cup of Astor House Coffee- Boyer sells it. Don't rest another minute 'till you know "Larabee" lie's your friend. Ask Boyer and Co. Larabee lays 'wake 'o nights think? ing how hi' can help you. Ask Boyer and Co. for an intro? duction. Have you tried that "Py-Lomon" at Boyer s'.' Mops, mop-wringer buckets, scrub brushes, broom-feather dusters, wash hoards, clothes baskets?at Boyer's. All styles Q'cednr mops ami O'ced ar polish?at Boyer's. Rev. Jno. M. Crowe preaches Sun? day morning and evening in Taxc well on "The Rock-Founded Church" ami "The Keys of the Kingdom." School Bags, Lunch Poxes and Baskets, Tablets, Pencils etc., at Bo? yer's. Ward's Celebrated I/vif Cakes just received at Buyer's. Stuart Whitley, of North Tnzcwcll, and C. A. Pobst.. of Tazewell, will leave about the 6th of September for Peoria, 111., to enter the Bradley Poly? technic Institute for the study of watch repairing. Miss Ida League, of Gassaway, W. Va., is the guest of her friend, Miss Ailecnc Crockett, west of town. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pobst have been in Blucficld this week, where they have been the recipient of much attention by the dent ist.',. Mrs. Edith Hash, of Middlcsboro, Ky.,; Mrs. Frank Gravely, of Rich? mond. Va.; Mrs. Sam Lambert, of Blucficld, and Mrs. Hash's guest, Miss Myrtle Blanton, of Middlcsboro, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Pat ton recently. Mr. C. T. Benbow, Graham's effi? cient treasurer, was here Tuesday a id placed a nice order in our commer? cial printing department. B. W. Tabor and II. S. Perdue dropped several old worn Falls Mill:, hat wings in the treasurer's safety box yesterday. Mrs. Smith is moving into her ncv honK' on Pino Street. Judge S. W. Williams, of Roanokc and W. Ii. Spratt, of Richlands, wen visiting lawyers at court this week. I). W. Lynch is adding internal am external improvements to his honn on the corner?another hath room coal house, etc. What brother Lynel wants now is more "internal" im provemeuls in his bodily condition lie is "improving" rapidly. Do you want a good, bandy boy 11 years old to work mornings, even illgs and Saturdays for his boan while ging to school V If so, apply News Office. James Da I loll and Nannie Mender sou, two young colored people ol West Virginia, were- married here 01 Monday morning, in the News office In the absence of a colored mhdstci Rev. Mr. Arrowood, pastor of tin Presbyterian church, performed tin. ceremony. T. B. I lowed, Mike Cassel I, .1. It .Meek ami other Uurkc's (bilden citi? zens, were here bright and early Mon? day morning. Sipiire Unwell paid hi. tuition for the current session, ami "Jo" Meek, the Hereford cattle king of Tazewcll, paid a bill for nice let? terheads and envelopes. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McAllister, und baby from Spurlansburg, S. C, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mis. T. K. Unwell, in liurkes Garden. Miss Mary llowell, of Spurtansbug, arriv? ed on Monday for a summer visit. Miss Mary is stenographer in the office of Hx-Governor Kvans, of Spar tlinsburg, one of the leading lawyers and citizens oT the south, and Miss Mary says: one of the nicest and best men I ever know." Kugene Peiree, son of Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Peirce, who has been with the U. S. Marines on the Virgin islands, expects to In- discharged from the ser? vice in New York tomorrow and will reach his home here next week for a visit. Marvin ami Kd. McNeil, sons Oi Mr. and Mis. Win. McNeil, of Ca lawbn, who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. S. P. Hoover, and friends in Tazewcll, have returned to their home. Theodore Pobsl is at. Grumluy visit? ing bis brother, II. Claude Pobsl. Miss Inn Shoemaker, of Knlmoillh, Ky., is the guest of her cousin, II .1$. Pribblu on Taxe well avenue. Sergeant Thompson has been busy the past week numbering the busi? ness houses and residences. This of? fice is No. !I5, When in need of prim? ing solid your orders to "No. :i? South Main Street, Ta/.ewell, Va. Judge A. W. Landon, 12 yoiirs Mag? istrate in the town of Pocahoutas, was here Tuesday. See bis annuouncc meat in this paper. Head all the ads in Ibis paper, and also tin- date on your label while you have the paper in your hand. Dr. Hunter Richlands druggist, was In n. Tuesday, "raising sand" lie cause bis paper failed to reach him. Sonn thing must be wrong at the oili? er end of the line, my hoy. Your pa? per leaves ibis nllicu regularly every bb ssed I'Viday morning of the world. LOST WATCH?On Tuesday ISRh, an open faced gold watch, on bap? tist Valley road, west of Dailcy's Chapel. Kinder please return to this office, or to Gordon Join,sou, Taze? wcll Va. Reward will he given finder. MAUm.fi AMI GRANITE, can both be had tro: i the Mountain City Marble Company, of Mountain City, Tenn., at quite reasonable prices. We handle lirsl-clnss material and our de? signer is an expert in bis line, there? fore, wo guarantee both work and 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 anil we will convince you. Wo 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 nnd show you designs before VOU buy J. NKWTON RHUDY. TV.ZEWELL. VA. What Do Somebody said: "Tell me what you read and I'll tell you what you are!" I find that farmers who read are mostly successful farmers. In busy times?and all times are busy on the farm these days?there are no moments for trash. There's no trash in The Country Gentleman, but there is enough variety of articles and stories in each week's issue to keep every member of the family interested. For instance, in that oT September sixth, Demi Davenport, of Illinois, writes on a subject of vital importance?Get? ting an Education in Re? ligion. Then there is an account of the recent tractor demonstration. Next is'the story of the 13cst Former ill North Dakota. Then an article on Handliu|> Manure; another about Corn in the South; a discussion of What to Plant in the Orchard; a page of Handy Farm Mi cbaiiics; mi article Tor the women ?Home Comfoits That Pay; The Home Garden; the Poultry Department ?nnd a bully good fic? tion story. Reaping the Zephyr, in addition to the serial,The Plunderer. All that for less than two cents! Ami lirty-one other issues just as good. Don't wait! MAIL YOUR DOLLAR NOW-to A. M. BLACK, Tazewell, V a Phone 128, The Country Gentleman The Ladiea' Home Jonmal Tk*Saturday Ertuuu. Toil SZ iuuct-Sl.OO 1Z i,iur.-$l 7S SZ Iiwm CM -,t: ::u:iii:. :;: ;.;.m.::..::i;::.'.?:i:: - ? . ::>: .;.r.. j.;!:..!:..nnn .'-IT'::/.vf.^ < yTi.I:::'I^::v:':i:.::^cuir:i:: 1 f Dont discard those old clothes sim? ply because they are worn or faded a little. Thanks to Uncle Sam's efficient parcel post system you can send your old garments to us to be either dry cleaned or dyed, and we will deliver them back just like new. Our plant is the largest and most modern in Southern West Virginia. Ev? ery article handled by us is thoroughly disinfected and every living germ killed. We have a special mail order de? partment for out-of-town trade, and all orders are promptly attended to and re? turn transportation charges paid by us. Send that old suit today. National Cleaners & Dyers Bluefield, W. Va. I Calls and deliveries to Tazewell every Tuesday & Thursday. Ml_ _ uefield Fair and Race Meet Sept. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, 1919 and a varied line of other attractions. There will be no tiresome waiting?the program will be put through on time. BOH LACY will have charge of the FREE ATTRACTIONS, and P. K. AR? THUR, of Bedford, will be. Chief Marshal, and tin y promise to have something before the people at ;ill times. LIEUT. IIEPINSTALL, Ex-Army Officer will give you two thirty minutes flights daily, with all the stunts known to modern flying?He will also carry passengers daily between scheduled flights. The Government Exhibit1 of War Trophies, Captured from (he Germans, will he a big Attraction?Don't miss secine; them. Tili': POULTRY EXHIBITION promises to lie the best ever seen in this Circuit. THE BEST Fl 110E ACTS EVER SHOWN HERE?The Two Marvelous Taylors, doing Racim otorcycle Races double trap, hand-to-hand bar tumbling, also acrobating. .MADAM La BELLS DOC AND PONY POSING ACT, an act of grace and beauty. PATRICK and FRANCIS COMPANY. Fa? mous Rube Act, booked from the Frank Mel? ville Co. of New York. A FAMILY ACT, of FATHER and THREE SONS, doing acrobatic stunts, and introducing the famous baby clown. THE MIGHTY DORIS SHOWS the larg? est and cleverest on the road?Ladies and Children can go to these shows, knowing that thev will see nothing but nice, clean amusements?Positively NO GAMBLING will be allowed?In arranging program at? tractions have been booked to please every? body. If You Don't See This Fair You Will Make a Hi)? Mistake. KODAK FINISHING. Developing (price does not include! prints) any size roll, 10c per roll. I Film packs, 25c per pack, t Printing? Vest pocket, and 2 \-ix'.i 1-4, 4c. 2 l-2x 4 1-4 and 3-14x4 1-4, 5c. . 2 7-Sx 4 7 ? and 3 1-4x5 1-2, Gc. Post cards from any size lilrn, G. He sure to send enough money with order, if there is any over it will he returned to you. Good work and quick i vice guaranteed. ALLISON, Photographer, North Tazewcll, Va; .Mrs. Jno. II. Kasley Dead. ! Mrs. Jno. II. F.asley died at her home in Blucfield on Monday last, she was liti years old. She leaves a large family. Mrs. Kasley was sister to Mrs. Mary O'KocllV, of this town. Uy her own request her body was laid to rest in her native county, Giles. The burial look place at Pcarisburg, on Wednesday. The Laundry. Tazewell needs a laundry. We have the nucleus?a building and some ma? chinery nlready. Mr. Burcham, an ex? perienced man, is here trying to start something. Hopes arc expressed that he may succeed. Mrs. Dillon Dead. Mrs. I). II. Dillon, 2G years, died at her home in Graham, on Tuesday, of tuberculosis. Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Dai? ly, of Graham. She leaves, besides her husband, a son two years old. Visitors From Norton. Mrs. Jas. H. Peirce and her daugh? ters, are here on a visit to Mrs. Peines mother, Mrs. Ann Surface and other relatives. Separated From Their Money. There were quite a number of "Easy Marks" at the big circus in Minefield last week. The light finger? ed gentry made a big haul, running into the thousands, according to re? ports. The victims seem o have been West Virginians. None reported from Taxewell. The Blucfield police force seemed not to have "caught on" until it was all over. It is reported here that a number of the people robbed were drinking. Fifth Sunday Meeting at ML Olivet ?Revival In The Cove. Preaching at Mt. Olivet next Sat? urday at 11 o'clock, evening at 8 o'clock, and Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday afternoon at CotlCOt'd. Rev. B. O. Shannon will preach next Sunday morning in the Cove at II o'clock, at which time series of evangelistic services will begin. The Methodist pastor will be present at the evening service. W. C. THOMPSON. Tazewell Girl Marries In St. Louis. A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at. 4:30 p. m., August is, in St. I.ouis. when Miss llallie Lcf fel became the bride of Mr. Willard Howard Cobb, of Galveston, Texas. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a trip to Hosten, the home of the grooms parents.. Upon their return they will live at Gal? veston. The groom is Secretary of the American National Insurance Co., of Galveston, and is a young man of good character and bright future. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Leffel, of Gratton, Va., and has always been popular in social circles, and is known for a friendly and sunny disposition, that wins friends and admirers where ever she goes. A FRIEND. Chautauqua Begins Tomorrow. The Kadcliffe Chautauqua perfor? mers will arrive here tomorrow and give the first performance tomorrow afternoon in the New Theatre. There will be performances also tomorrow night, and Monday and Tuesday, afternoon und night. About two hun? dred tickets hav been sold, and huge crowds are expected at each perfor? mance. Good Virginia Farms For Sale. We have a splendid list of farms from which to select, ranging in prices for $10 per acre up, accord? ing to location aad improvement-;. Some special bargains justl isted. Many large stock ami grain farm:;, with or without equipment. Write for information, stating size, kind and price of farm desired. Don't buy until you see our farms. Reference: National Bank of Manassas. C. J. MEETZE and CO., Manassas, Va. 8-15-tfc. LOST?Silver headed dark wood cane. It. M. Lawsoa, Burke's Gar? den, Va. 8-22-2t LOST?On streets of Tazewell or North Tazewell Tuesday afternoon, Waterman fountain pen, with chip broken in cap. Nye Britto. LOST?On Main Street Wednes? day, twenty dollars, one ten dollar bill and two five dollar bills.. Finder please return to C. V. News. Reward. If Interested in Maryland real estate write me. I have quite a number of good farms for sale. Just listed, a bar? gain. 101 acres at 812,000.00 bank barn, new large. New ten room dwel? ling with bath, lays on pike to Phila? delphia. Buildings worth more money than is asked for farm. R. F. BUNDY, Port Deposit, Maryland. One Man Discs 27 Acres a Day with the New Discing is rapidly and i done with the new Moli: Tractor, Model D, one I 8-foot tandem disc harr 87 acres in ton hours. V disc harrow he cov ? ;u unically :-Uni vcrsal .a with an covering ii a 10-foot ares, and with a 20-foot peg-tooth harrow ".C acres. The light weight of the Moliuc Universal Tractor, 'J.'' 0 pi ur.ds, makes it especially adaptc I for disc? ing and similar work, B3 it docs not pack the soil and uses lr.it little fuel, running on less than half throttle most of the lime. It is field, hut more than enough power to pud two 14-inch plows at high speed, all its Weight being traction wcii lit. The Molinc-Univcrsal 'tractor at? taches directly to the implement and forms a single, compact unit with it that is controlled by the operator from the scat of the implement, where he must sit to do good work. One man with the Molinc-Univcrsal does as good work as two men with the average tractor. The Molinc-Univcrsal is adapted for all classes of farm work. Its high clearance, S0J '? inches, makes it ideal for cultivating, and it is equally well fitted for planting and harvesting. In addition, it has ample power for belt work, pulling a IM-ineli grain separa? tor or l?-i.icli ensilage cutter with case. There is work on the farm every day in Ihc year for the Molinc-Uni? vcrsal Tractor. It will do every field operation that can lie done with horses and do it better, faster, and cheaper. This is why the Molinc Univcrsal really replaces horses, and, at the snmo time, by enabling one man to do much more work than ever before possible, solves the farm help problem. The detailed construction of tho new Molinc-Universal, Model D, is the best it is possible to manufacture. Perfected 4-cylindcr ovcrhead-valvo engine, electric starting and lighting system, complete enclosure of all working parts, and fifteen Hyatt roll? er bearings, arc a few of the main features. We invite you In examine this ma? chine at your, earliest opportunity. ^)NB tvl/VN QPEHATES . BOTH ? TRACTOq^ND - lMPLriMCNf Auto Sales & Machinery Co. The CaloriG is tho heat- j ing system that is ad? vertised nationally in the Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentle? man and many other leading publications. See the Caloric lull page Ad In Aug. 23d Saturday Evening Post NATIONAL CALO COME ? ENJOY 'AND PROFIT BY V ITJL/J OVER 76,000 CALORICS IN USE Save % to Vz the fuel Heats entire Buildings of 18 rooms or less thru ONE REGISTER Installed in old or new homes in less than a day GUARANTEED On these days there will be a nation-wide demonstration of the famous The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace We have made special preparations to make this an interesting and profitable event for every visitor. It will be an opportunity for you to learn how the heating industry has been revolutionized by utilizing the natural law of heat circulation?how the CaloriC heats entirebuildngs, upstairs and down, through one register. Possibly you may feel you are not ready to make any change in your heating system, but come any way. You will enjoy this demonstration and per? haps when you see what the CaloriC will actually do and learn its low first cost, and what it will save, you will realize, like. 76,000 other people have, that you really cannot afford to be without it. COME!' L. A. Tynes (i gl v IWWNS ws? ? Mf???mmm????~