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+ X county and Mr, Albert Pccry, of this X ? i TV T I county, were married at tl?' homo of T I /\/tnl l\!?\Arc t ll?1 bride near Lebanon yesterday ? LuKJK^CXl llCWo 11 morning. They passed through Tusc X well last night onroute east. Upon * + their return Mr. and Mrs. Pccry will ^MiMi-iH.^^?^^??.;.?????^^^^.^., | [n;i!,(i lhti|r nomo w|tll Mr |v,.i v's ?, . . i? ? parents, -Mr. and Mrs. .las. Kd. Pccry. Choice sweet potatoes at Hoyel s. |'*' "*"?_ . , . ,, r? ? o ? The Variety Store is increasing its i ?i iinV1'1' B0yn ? ?s'T,:, !y B,k stock every day. Just step in and sec ed $1.00 broom. It .s a "corker. ??,,?,,;,.??:?? .??, enlargement or Washboards, tubs, mops, mop wrin- lhe ?k' AM ???****> Pr,w?' get buckets, dollies baskets, soaps, v,...?.,. BOrviccs at the Christian etc., at Beyer's. church every Sunday at 7 p. m. All ? .? , j .,, . I cordially invited to attend. These Sayrsvilc church will give tin ice sun,im' wiu c|OB? .,, 7:.K KivUiK crean? and cake supper next batur- . , ,-??, ,? ,,..?.,, ,.< lMI|:ll. ,.|,m<.|. day, Sept. 20th._ j services nl any other church. Born?to Mr. ami Mrs. c. W. Bow-! .,.,?. ,,uiM ? Kara|jC b?ck ling, a boy. _ , r the'r store, tisked for by the Auto ? ,,, , ,. , ,, Sales and Machinery Co., is being Pry Lnrubccs Best Hour at Boy- (||| ||y |h(. Tow|1 CoUIIC||f pending crs* the hearing of objections raised by cili/.ons living adjacent In t'.' Mr. W. T. Baker and wife, of Nor gar \ in< el ing v. ill be held tonight i0,?,rh?M !'."''" Vs;!'"!, M1*' ,,,M,I1M,a' to con i<l the mutter forth J. W. Wlutlev at North fazcwcll. _ W. 1). Puller, of Norton, was a husi ness visitor to Tazewell this week. Mis Kttti lluhkimV milinery onen itlg look ! 'IUI1 tili.', week. The ladies W< re there in large numbers to view th" new ereiilions of Hit- millinery .??it. Chiiplain P. Credlc, who ha:: just returned from Prance, will preach in lhe Christian eliurch Sunday morning the Mill, at eleven o'clock.' Mi s Alma Smith, who ha:: been vi it ine friends and I datives hi the great northwest, ha-; returned to her luime here. You have tried the rest, now try the BEST, Sunbeam at Boyi r's. Little Rosalinda St. flair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. St. Clilir, ha. been ill at her home lu re for I be past several days. She was reporlid much better on yesterday. Chop, flour and meal al Bayer's. Col Win. C. Pendleton, who ha been visiting his daughter, Mis. G., M. St. Clalr, in this town, lefl Tiles- Luid lay Mif.idre who hum- been dav for Red .lachet. W. Va.. to visit serving With the American h.X|.t bis son, Pred W. Pendleton. I,'";".-V forces in lrai.ee. has returned ,_ lo bis home liefe. Swnnsdown cake (lour at lloyer's. - llajor Whitman Receives High Ollice. Ployd ASCUC, who received a sen-: .Major .la-. P. Whitman, of llorse tence of 30 days for storing liquor,] pen, Im been mad" Inspcclor-Gcii which ordinarily means a similar termI |.|-a| ,,r the Confederate Veterans of on (he county roads, will ml be able Virginia, Iiis election to Ibis high to do the work rci|iiired ai the win-' i,Hi.-,- having taken place al llarrisson vict camp on account of physical dis-l |,urg nl ? <? ? - annual meeting last week, ability, lie is now detained in the ._ county jail. PY-LEMON at Boyer's. Try it. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Baker, of Nor folk, have recently enjoyed a pleas ant visit to Mrs. [inker's sister, Mr . J. W. Whitlev at North Tazewell. \ Teacher's Prayer. Father in heaven, let me look <>ie- moment from my desk to Thee Before I take the lesson-book Ami face ihe in-w (lay's mystery. I know lhe lore that I must teach, Letter ami number, lake and star, Any yet I falter, for in each So many greater lessons are. i Mrs. Will K.I. Pccry, her son. .las. W., and Charles L. urecur, returned Wednesday from a visit to Mnrvoldu. My dullard hoy. my wayward girl, Mr. Greear will enter the Med' College of Virginia at Richmond n< week. CnrltOII Met'all. of Norton and Vie tor McCall of llouaker, were hi re tin week attending the Pee ry-Met'nil wed ding. They stumble blindly in the dark; | ( IimI, give me power In reach the And kindle there some vital spark; ' Ib lp nie tu make a broader faith The noie of each .lav's smallest task, I'o teach by heart and not by rote. Thy splendid truth, is all i ask. Robert W. Ilarman will leave Sat? urday night for Socnr?, New Mexi. to enter the Stale School of Mines, lie has sold his business, The Variety Store, to his sister. Miss Minnie Ilar? man. The Knights of Pylhiim Lod. North Tnzewoll will give a picnic til Dailey's chapel next Tuesday after? noon. The members of lhe Innige . urged to be ill North Tazewell very promptly at 10 a. in. Tuesday and all who have automobiles lire requested to have their ears at the place llllil time appointed. Subscribe t<> this pnptT. well that liberty more 1 hau selfish Let me letu Is something power; That simple love and kindliness An-, after all. life's richest dower On each il< ar child-mind let me trail Some line In marl. Ihe wrong and right. , Weaving with lessons of each day The l< in. of lhe Infinite. KAT1IKRINK ATIIKRTO'N GRIMES, lT. Southern Agriculturist. I it For Inspection. "Lady outside wants to see you." "1 wunder if she's worth seeiii?" "She is. Itliie eyes, golden hair, perfect figure. Ob, boy!" Unquestionably lhe Greatest Motion Picture Ever Produced New Theatre Saturday, Kept ember 27. Matinee and night. Tickets will be placed on sah; at Jackson's Drug Store Sept 20. All gwita reserved. Brought To UNCLE Sam's efficient Parcel Post System enables us to ojve you the identical service on Cleaning and Dyeing as we give our city trade. The postman merely takes the place of our city ntiio trucks. Cut your clothing bill in half by sendiii"; us your old clothes?we'll return them just like new. Calls and Delivers To Tazewell Every Tuesday and Thursday by Auto Truck cMiUonaL 84 ni<md st. ^&$EmZS5m&r BLUEFIELD.W.Vo. Agents Wanted To Work On Commission in Surrounding Territory! I have quite a number of good farms for sale. Just listed, a bar? gain. 101 acres at ?1'J,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. H. P. liUNDY, Port Deposit, .Maryland. Where Is This Dog? Alex Heavers airdale dog has stray? ed away or was stolen, lie is a pup about li months cdd. Have you seen the dog- Write or phone Mr. Heavers here, of any information. Attention Saw Mill Men. After finishing a job of about six? ty thousand feel lumber we Mill sell our complete saw mill out I it, in good condition. ..Will contract with a reliable party to do this work, same to apply on payment of mill which will about offset our price. Write us for par? ticulars. SWAKTZ Mil,I.Kit, LUM? BER CO, Cedar Bluff, Va. 9 5 41. A Humor. There is a street rumor to the ef? fect that Senator J. Poweyy Koyall will be a candidate for Cue Senate on on independent ticket. Mr. Koyall was out of the city on yesterday, and of course could not be seen. Inquiring among his friends fails In confirm the rumor, but on the other hand they hot the idea, saying "there is nothing to it, only some? body trying to start something. Po? well has loo much sense to alempt a thing like it." Crockett-Stacy. Graham Daily News of yesterday: The Crorkel t-Slacy nuptials were celebrated last evening on time and the bride and groom boarded the Mem? phis Special for a trip to Baltimore. It. K. (anekelt, cashier of tile Dank of Graham, claimed Miss Kose Stacy for his bride, and (he ceremony was performed by Dr. C. C. Weaver, pres? ident of Emory and Henry College, and brother in-law of the bride. The Weddding look place at the home of Dr. Weaver at Emory. Attorney G. P. Crockett, who accompanied his broth? er to Emory and acted as best man, has returned to Graham, and the bride and groom are expected to arrive on Sunday night. MUSIC PUPILS Desiring to unroll with James Elmer Brown Should write or cull him at Blue field !>cfoi*e September Ifith Ice Cream Supper at Mt.Csrmel There will he an ice cream supper at Mt. Carmel church next Saturday evening, September the 20th. "Big Bargain In Farm?Immediate Possession." "Bluegrass and grain farm of 150 acres 7 miles from Blucksbuig on main load to be macadamized. Around 125 acres cleared and in cultivation and grazing, including 25 to 30 acre bottom land. There is original growth oak and walnut timber, including walnut worth $1,500 to $2,000, ac? cording to a government inspector. A spring as fine as flows is near the residence. .Improvements include a large, old brick residence (with telephone), in poor condition, hut it is habitable and is occupied, ami a small stable. A school and store an? within a few hundred yards of resi? dence. Cond neighborhood. There are good reasons why this farm is of? fered at the sucrfficc price of $05.00 per acre on terms of 1-3 cash and balance I, 2, " ami 1 years. The owner has another larger farm and he has one son, who is leaving home for college,?therefore the farm offered is just that much more than the father can handle. This farm is worth a great deal more money than the price asked, but it must be sold im? mediately. The first man who in? spects it will buy it. Telephone or come to see me at once if you are in? terested in this property. If you want a bluegrnss and grain farm of any size, come to see me. Town property for sale also. .). Ii. FOGLKMAN, lilacksburg, Sept. 12 It. .Miss Bessie I'eery Becomes Miss Moss Yesterday's liluelicld Telegraph had the following: A marriage that w;ll be of great interest to people of Burke's Garden ami Tar.ewell county was celebrated at. the home of Dr. and Mrs. Thos. B. I'eery, 121 Ramsey Street last even? ing at S o'clock, when Miss Bessie N. I'eery, of Burke's Garden, became the hiidc of William Oscar Moss, ol" Locsbiirg, Va. The home had been beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and golden rod, a great bower of golden rod making a fitting set? ting for the altar. After the cere? mony the bride and groom and their friends entered the dining room where the bride's cake was cut and delic? ious refreshments were served. The bride is the dai'ghl r I f Mr. and Mrs. A. B. I'eery, of Burke's Gamlen, and is a cousin of Dr. Thos. K. I'eery, of this city, in whose homes he has been a frequent visitor.. The groom is a prosperous and wealthy young farm? er, now of London county, though a native of Burke's Garden. The bride and groom left on train No. Hi for Norfolk, Va.. whence they will go by boa: to New York and oth? er points of interest, after which they will go to their home at Lccsburg. MARBLE AND GRANITE. can both be had iro.' 1 the Mountain City Marble Company, of Mountain City. Term., at quite reasonable prices. We handle first-class material and our de? signer is an expert in bis line, there? fore, we guarantee both work and ma? terial to be number vie. Satisfied cus? tomers at reasonable prices is our motto, and if you should doubt this just, give js u trial and we will convince you. We also handle IRON FENCING. If If you aro in need of anything in this line just drop me a card und I will be at your service. Let me ul least give you prices and show you designs before von buy J. NEWTON RHUDY. TAZKWKLL. VA. The Southwest Land Co., of Abingdon, Va. Will sell your Farm for you. Subdivision of large farms and estates a specialty. 20 years experience. "A Square Deal on Every Farm." Write or see R. II. GIST, Solicitor, E. C. A K E US, Mgr., ABINGDON, VA. An Announcement of Fuller's Fall You'll surely want to see this big new selection of fall styles in ready-to-wear for yourself and the children. There's Wooltex Suits and Coats; La France shoes of the finest quality for ladies and misses; and Buster Brown shoes for the little folks. See the Fall Millinery "Particularly attractive"---that's what they're saying about womens hats for fall 1919. Better see them early while the choice is large. There's a hat for you in the store; you'd better get it before someone else does. Thru the new store we've been able to give you a new and finer place to do your shopping But that's only one phase of fuller service. Every article you buy here is guaranteed. If anything proves unsatisfactory, bring it back. We'll gladly replace it or refund your money. In this store you can safely eliminate from your mind the question of quality in any ar? ticle .you may consider buying. We take care of that when we buy; our long experience makes it safe for you to rely on us. Just to remind you? Our dressmaking department is ready to receive your work. If you've been looking for someone who can put your ideas into a dress you'll find her here. She'll be able to put in the little touches that are distinctive of the season's styles. 300,000 Miles 1., -d^nf^^?s?? Whew! Some travel! And all for you! It would tire you to death to trapse around that much yourself, but writ? ers and investigators for GEB cover that much ground every year. The distance of twelve ticnes around the world, they go, to get the impor? tant farm facts, the broad national viewpoints that are presented each week in the pages of the one great national farm weekly. und nil tlic rest. Also it will pay yon to know how much food they ore grow? ing, for ive must mnkc up the deficit. Mr. McMa hon's articles will be starting right soon. The way to insure getting all of them?and a year full c.f fai m progress besides ?is to subscribe today for'! HECOUNTRYGltN TLBMAN. It costs Only 1 Dollar for 52 big issues. In addition to the scores of men who ore traveling forTlIliCOUNTKY GEN? TLEMAN ill the United States and Canada, Join R.McMalion isiuEuiopc to study the farming of the new nations born of the world war. There are lessons for the American farmer in tin- practices of the K'i.-skill, I he Pole,! he Bohemian, the .Italian, the Dane, the Jugo-Slav, SEND ME YOUR DOLLAR-TODAY A. M. BLACK, Tazewell, Va. Phone l'JS. The Country f Or- i Tke l> "<?*' Home Jooraa! To-? ,!orJ:c/ Evniug Port niMi-a.M lit :*~-ti.n ^ u??.-!z.oo CLINGING NVtSIBLE FACE POWDER. Perfumed with the Costly New Odor of 26 Flowers DOESN'T blow or brush off the face, but sticks closely, giving a dainty "bloom", far different from that chalky "make-up" look of inferior powders. Doubly delightful with its tich Jonteel fragrance. Try a box today. JOHN E. JACKSON. rj^ r^rai:::^b-.:r.:: . : =IL; > f _ .i._.i....vr.: p i: ; TTHE most fascinating suits of the ^ season are now at hand and are to be seen and purchased by you. The women who have waited until this month to purchase their Fall apparel will not need to choose from stocks de? pleted and picked over. Our display is splendid, wide and fresh. There are gar? ments of many unusually attractive materials and of un questionebly the most acceptable styles and modes. It is in? deed a pleasure to invite the women of this community to note the values of these late arrivals and to show them. M. J. Hankins The Sttirc That Satisfies.