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We find that our judgment if
relied upon moro and more
by property owners who are
careful to have their property
injured ?ti the best companies.
Thl v wMi to avoid mistakes,
and they are often glad to
have us shoulder the entire
burden. Many times we save
dollars for such people. We
certainly give our policy hold?
ers all there ?a good in
Being able to do well BO much for our
patrons, as a rule, reflecta favorably
upon both parties. Not one of our poli?
cy holders that have had fires ever last
a dollar by cur companies. It is cash
for the full face value of your polic.v
the day after the fire with us, every
time. If any doubts disturb you, tell
them to us.
Pr?s, and Gen. Mgr. Sec and Tros.
Do You Want
Tour Clothes
Washed Glean?
Do you wish them starched
and iioned nicely?
We are prepared to fiii your
wishes on these lines. Try
us. if you have not already
done so.
Tazewell Steam Laundry
Ne W M,k & Wes,eni
Schedule in Effect Jar. 22, 1905.
Ijeave TSMseil for Blue?eld
1:83 p.m. 7:02p. m.
For N(i-ton
10:07 a. tu. 3:02 p. in.
10:05 n. in. for Kant Rnd'ord, Roanoke,
Lyiulibiit}?, Norfolk antl all pointb on
Bheoandoab Divi.-ion. Pallmsn e'eepe'
lo ftaanoke. Parlor est l?'unoke to Nor
folk. Pallmaa elftptf Koanoke to Ne"
York, via Hagmtown.
M0 a. ?. daily for Kurt Kadford, Koan
ok?- ?ml intci mediate nation*.
8:90 p. in. daily for Konnoke, Lynchbnuf
ami initriiMMiiale station? and Ute shei
pn-ioah Valley. Pullman sleeper Wdvli
to Virl.o'elphi i via llagtretoirD.
0:40 p. ni. for Hoftooke, Lynchburp,
Kb'biitond, Noifolk. Pullionn sleeper i"
Uswiok?, p?nd Lyucttburg to Richmond
md Norfolk, Cafe far.
0:00 a in. for Welch and I? ?ral station?
S?? a in. for WVh-li, Wuiiiucb m, K>-*
nova, Portgutootb, Ooiambua and pom?
W*>t. Pullman sleeper to (Joiumbu?.
Cafe dining cant
2:2l) p. n>. fbr Welch Rnd intermediaU
ktatini t. Pullman sleeper.
8:20 p if. fur VVelrl). Williamson, R??
nova, PorWmoutb. Cincinnati, Odnmbss.
St Lrmu and the Went. Pullman sleepem
to Ci: ritman' and Ootambup.
hsaea KxmDuSS 8:16 a. m., daily, and
5:15 p. m., daily except Sunday.
Lphvp Lyni-hbiirsr (Union Statton) 3 a.
m., 4 SU p. m . daily rxcept Sunday. Ar?
rive Lfucbborg lroin Jurbaui 11:50 a. m.,
11:47 p. in.
Oen. Paw. Ajit. Tra. Paee. Atjt.
Roanoke, Va.
Practical Blacksmith,
Shop at Giklersleeve stand near
Republican office.
All my work guaranteed.
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
for yon to get out of the way.
They come with the swiftness
of lightning. You can't get
out of their way, but you can
buy fire insurance. You can
then snap your fingers at fires
and bid them do their worst.
Most folks act as though
?liey supposed their
homes w ere charmed.
They are not astonished when
a friend is burned out. But
it seldom occurs to them that
their turn* may come next,
The F. 0. Kitts Ins. Agency
insurance Headquartars
Your Easter Tic is ready.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
On last Monday a fine son was born
unto Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hurt.
Save money by buying matting at
the Big Store.
Harrisson & &illespie Bros.
Mr. A. Z. Litz, of Welch, W. Va.,
was at Tazewell on last Tuesday, horse
market day.
Our Spring hosiery is getting au over
town. Need some?
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Miss Janie Snidow, of Pearisburg,
Va., is visiting her cousin, Miss Nanola
Gillespie, at Tazewell.
You will want to put your feet into
some of oui new Spring hosiery.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
A post office has been established at
Doran in this county, with John I).
Shrove as postmaster.
Easter neck wear now on sale. Get
first choice.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Mr. Joseph Heldreth while at work
Tuesday at North Tazewell cut his leg
quite severely with a foot adz.
Exclusive patterns in negligee shirts
at The Big Store.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Gardens promise to be early this year.
Peas, onions, lettuce and other kinds of
early vegetables are growing nicely.
Swell styles in China and Japan Mat?
ting at The Big Store.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Application has been made by certain
capitalists at Graham and from West
Virginia to establish a National bank at
Mattings, Mattings, Mattings, Rugs
and Druggets! Our styles are the best,
our prices the fairest.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Rev. E. E. Shuler, pastor of the
Methodist church at Graham, is con?
ducting a protracted meeting in that
See our mattings before buying.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Aston and their
little daughter, of Lebanon, Va., were
visiting Mrs. Aston's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Alexander, at Tazewell the
first of the week.
Shoes for all at The Big Store.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Mr. John Thompson, of Burkes Gar?
den, has recently purchased and brought
from Kentucky two handsome stallions.
They are of the Denmark blood and
were shown here on Tuesday.
We are the sole agents for the sale of
the celebrated "Shaw Knit" Hosiery
for men. ?? ?
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. S.-C. Barns, of Liberty
Hill, spent last week at Tazewell, and
returned to their home on Saturday.
Mr. Barns came here to receive medi?
cal attention from Dr. R. B. Gillespie.
Have you seen our Spring negligee
shirts? Ar'nt they handsome?
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
The cold snap last week did but very
little injury to the fruit. Unless some
future damage is done there will be
abundant crops of cherries,pears,plums
and apples.
If you are looking for either comfort
or dress in foot wear, come to The Big
Store. ?
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Judge Henson lias recently set aside
the verdict in the case of Harris, admr.,
vs. T. K. Leedy, which was obtained at
the last term of the circuit court. The
verdict was for $400, which the judge
decided was inadequate damages.
New styles in Ladies' Shirt Waists
and Skirts coming in every week.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Rev. S. 0. Hall will begin a series of
meeting? in the Presbyterian church on
next Wednesday night, the 19th inst.
He will be assisted by Rev. D. J. Currie,
of Pulaski county. The public is in?
vited to attend.
Try a pair of our "Shaw Knit Sox."
The best on the market.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Miss Jessie O'Keeffe will give the
Little Workers Missionary Society an
egg hunt at her home on Saturday be?
fore Easter Sunday. All the children
are invited to attend and each to bring
a free will offering of ten cents.
Correct style in Spring , Hats at The
Big Store.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Mr. H. Wade ?tecle, a former well
known citizen of this place, but now a
resident of Washington county, Va.,
spent last Sunday and Monday at Taze?
well. He was cordially greeted by his
many friends here.
Do you want a swell Summer Vest?
See ours.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Information comes that Mrs. P. R.
Allen remains in very ill health at South?
ern Pines, N. C. It is also stated that
Prof. Allen is ill there jvith cerebro
spinal meningitis. We trust that more
favorable reports will be received.from
Professor and Mrs. Allen.
The home of swell garments. The
Big Store.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
On Monday afternoon, at the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. M. J. Burk
holder, at North Tazewell, Miss Annie
Ethel Burkholder was married to Mr.
W. T. Wohlford. Mr. Wohlford is a
conductor on the Norfolk and Western.
Mr. and Mrs. Wohlford left on No. 26
for a bridal trip to Cincinnati and other
Spring's best styles at The Big Store.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Mr. Jeff Gillespie became very ill
with pneumonia at his father's farm in
the Cove on Tuesday of last week; and
his friends were very uneasy about him
for several days, but he is now pro?
nounced out of danger. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Gillespie, were
with him and Dr. W. I. Painter, who
was called to see him, remained there
for a week.
. Japan and China mattings, rugs and
druggets at the Big Store. Styles and
prices to suit all.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
We carry a full line ol justice's blanks.
that lownea* of price counts nothing unios
you get gooda of reliability and reputation
^7 E HAVE the goods that you can depend upon. The re?
liability that we have maintained in selection of our
goods so many years still holds good. Besides we
Rlaced this season some early orders which enable us to give
(EWER CREATIONS than you can get elsewhere.
The Growing Millinery Business.
It's true our Millinery Business is in its infancy, but we
have had some good seasons. This one has gone beyond the
former seasons. The work room is rushed, but we can fill
orders promptly. NOW, DON'T WAIT FOR YOUR EAS?
New Easier Designs Every Day.
We will receive this week many new additions ready for
Eastertide. Our work room is turning out some dreams. If
you haven't bought, see our display this week. Patience and
experience is a feature in our Millinery Department.
A Strong Silk Sale.
Up-to-now there have been lively doings in the Silk De?
partment- all because of the fetching styles and the good
gualities obtainable here at such'little prices. Fancy silks
60c and up; plain silks 49c and up. There is no line of black
silks in Soutnwest Virginia better than the line we show 39c
and up.
Things Newer.
We have on sale now an entirely new stock of black and
white silk girdles and belts at 25c and up. The white Jap
wash waists are ready. And the Keiser stocks and hand?
made Windsor ties, all beautifully adorned with drawn work
and embroidery at 25c and up. Many, many other new
ready-to-wear things for Easter.
? ?
i ?
4 rnpHE PURCHASER of Sporting Goods can ?
A, come here and satisfy himself without ?
? * it tir of getting the wrong thing or pay
4 in# the wrong puce. Not many store? outside
4 of large cities carry larger stocks or better quali
4 ties of Sportiiig Goods than this store. Not any
4 store in or out of large cities sell their wares at
4 the i-inall profits?prices charged by this store.
4 If you think these statements a little too strong, 4
4 why not come in and make us show up or shut A
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t9 This department of our stock is fully up-to-date *
I in every way. Balls, Bats, Gloves, Masks, from
! the best makers and at prices less than good I
I qualities ate usually sold. I
I This stock contains every article needed by a I
!? fisherman?from the smallest hook to the finest I
split bamboo rod. If you have a catalogue of a I
mail-order house, bring it along and we'll match I
I their goods and give you 10 per cent, o? their *
I prices. I
? H. W. POBST, ;
We call the attention of the trade.to our Btock of shoes. We
have them for men, women and children, of tbe beet makes and
at living prices. 0
If you need a euit or overcoat for yourself or boy we can supply
you. We try to buy the beat clivs of goods and tbink we eu/eeed
in doing so. Buy from us and you will not be dieeatiefied. 3
Yours truly, X
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Get your home in Piedmont and Midland Virginia, where
we can sell you GOOD LAND from*2.00 to $30.00 per acre.
Temperate Climate, Good Water plentiful. Farms having
been for the paettwo hundred year* in lar^e tracta of from
1,000 to 1,500 acres and upward now being sold in email tracte
of from 50 to 1,000 aeren, on account of negro labor having left
the country, and ie continually gettii g out. Moet peaceable
eeetion in the United States.
$200 in CASH Will Secure a HOME, Easy Terms
Write us, and have our representative call on you. CHEAP
4. Coles Clay, Manager
Everything for the house, parlor or
kitchen at Boyer's.
Mrs. Kate C. Peery continues to con?
Hammocks, baseball goods, croquet
sets; fishing tackle, etc., at Boyer's.
Buston & Sons are advertising churns
in their regular space.
Boyer sells Landreth's Garden Seeds
?they are the most reliable.
See Chapman's advertisement, if you
want any millinery.
Peerless Ice Cream Freezers are the
best? we know. Sent on trial. Boyer
sells them.
Those who want sporting goods of
any kind should read the advertisement
of H. W. Pobst.
Boyer has just received a handsome
line of Japanese fire screens?they are
"beauties ' and moderate in price.
If you want Fire Insurance consult
the ad of the J. F. Hurt Insurance
Mop wringers, mops, scrub brushes^
in fact everything to make your house
cleaning easy at Buyer's.
Dr. W. i. Painter is at home again
after spending a week in attendance
upon Mr. Jeff Gillespie.
Don't buy your mattings till
you have paid us a visit.
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros.
Messrs. H. C. Alderson and H. P.
Brittain have gone to Cove Creek to
fish for trout.
Boyer has just received a new line of
hat pins, shirt waist sets, cuff pins,
brooches, rings, etc. They are the ' 'cor?
rect things" and "right in price.
See the big ad. of Harrisson & Gilles?
pie Bros, on the first page. They are
advertising Spring clothing.
Boyer has the following seed corn :
Adams' Extra Early; Minnesota Early
Roasting Ear; Bloomsdale (earliest)
Sugar; Stowell's Evergreen.
There will be a stated communication
of Tazewell Lodge, No. 62, A. F. and
A. M., next Monday night. Work in
the first and second degrees.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Tynes, at Gary, W. Va., on last
Sunday, the 9th ?nst.
M. Goldsten, of "Keystein" W. Va.,
was registered at the Ratliff Hotel on
Captain S. II. Jenks, who had been
spending a fev< clays on Dry Fork, re?
turned home yesterday.
Wm. A. Lathrop and S. D. Warriner
of Wilkesbarre, Pa., andT. M. Righter,
of Mt Carmel, Pa., are registered at
the Ratliff Hotel.
The dealer burns all unsold packages
of Landreth's Garden Seeds at close of
each season and is given new seeds for
them the next season. He keeps over
no old seeds they are always fresh,
Boyer sells Landreth's.
Mr. L. E. Holloman, the cigar man
from Harrisonburg, Va., was in our
town yesterday looking after his trade
Colonel J. S. Browning, of Pocahon
tas, was at Tazewell on yesterday. This
is the first time the Colonel has been
here'in the past six months.
The Republicans and Democrats of
Bluefield have both nominated full mu?
nicipal tickets. A citizens ticket was
nominated some time ago, composed of
Democrats r.nd Republicans.
Mr. J. H. Shannon, one of the ven
?rable citizens of the county, was m
town yesterday. He has been in very
feeble health for the past sixteen
months, and this was his first visit to
this place during that time,
It is generally expected that Gover?
nor Montague will commute the sentence
of William Hairston to life impripon
ment, He was convicted of murder at
the last term of the circuit court for
Tazewell county and was sentenced to
be hanged on the 21st of this month.
The leading citizens of Pocahontas and
Tazewell have signed a communication
to the Governor requesting a commuta?
tion of the sentence. Eleven of the
jury who tried Hairston have made
such a request and Judge Henson has
addressed a letter to the Governor to
the same effect. Mr. V. L. Sexton,
counsel for Harriston has been to see
the Governor, and Mr. Sexton is making
every effort to save his client's life. It
is almost the universal wish here that
he may succeed in doing so.
Order of Publication.
VIRGINIA-In the Clerk's Office of the
Circuit Co?rt of the County of Taze?
well, on the 28th day of March, 1905.
Geo. W. Oney, guardian of Emilv Hew
Bon, Ella Heweon, Rachel Heweon and
Thomas Tickle Heweon, Complainant?,
against | In Chancery.
Catherine Heweon, widow of W! K.
Heweon, Emily Heweou. Ella Heweon,
Kachel Heweon and Thomas lickle He>v
eon, the laet four of whom are infants,
Adiint-ll Heweon, Isabelle Bloomfield
Mailing', Emily Mickey and Mary Coi
Boo ; an, D?fendante.
The otject of this euit ie to confirm a
eale of a tract of 44 aeree of land sold to
W. T. Siineon for the sum of eeven hun?
dred dollars and to confirm the eale of one
other tract of 50 acres of land to ThomaB
Johnson for tie sum of Dine huudred dol?
lar?, both of paid tracts of land being sold
to the above named rarties by Geo. W
Oney, guardian of Emily Heweon, Ella
Heweon, Rachel Heweon and Thomas
Tirkle Heweon infante, which said tracts
of land said infante own ae heirs at law of
William K. Heweon, deceased, suhjeot to
(lie dower of Catherine Heweon, widow of
William K. UswMMi; and aleo to appoint
a comnjig*iuner to convey eaid forty-four
ait'*? of land to \V. T. Stineon and eaid
i i ft y acre* of land to lhomae Johnson, and
for geiierrl relief. 41oth of Baid tracts of
land aboye mentioned lie In Tazewell
county. And an affidavit having lien
made end ii'el that the defendant?,
Aduoell Heweon, Isabelle Bloouifield
Manhig, Emily Mitkey and Mary Cox
Boornn, are not residente of the State of
Virginia, it is ordered that they do appear
here within fifteen days after due publica?
tion hereof, and do what may be necea
eary to protect their interest in this euit.
And it il further ordered that a copy
hereof be published once a week for four
weeks in the Tazewell Republican, a
weekly newspaper, published at Tazewell,
Virginia, and that a copy be posted at the
front door of the court-house of this coun?
ty as pre cribed by law.
A rnpv?Teste :
T. B. GEORGE, Clerk.
W. B. Spiatt, p. q
/ /
Italian Ambassador Wants to Know
How Joseph Leanto Met His Death
Rai Amuck and Terrorized Community
Claimed he Committed Suicide After
He Mortally Wounded an Officer.
Washington, April 11.-The Italian
ambassador has brought formally to the"
attention of the state department the
death last Thursday, at a little town not
far from Alexandria, Va., named Lor
ton, of Joeeph Leanto, an Italian labor?
er, who himself had mortally wounded
George Malcolm, a deputy sheriff, in re?
sisting arrest.
It was at'first claimed that Leanto,
who had run amuck and terrorized the
community, had committed suicide to
avoid arrest. Now the ambassador
represents to the state department that,
from the character of the wounds found
on Leanto's body, one in particular be?
ing in the hand, there seems good rea?
son to doubt the theory of suicide, and
that it is an open question whether the
Italian was not killed by a mob.
Following the usual practice the state
department has communicated the am?
bassador's note on the subject to the
governor of Virginia with a request for
an investigation and statement of facts.
Harriman Ousted.
New York, April 11.?The Evening
Post says:
E. H. Harriman, president of the
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific rail?
roads, was displaced in the directorate
from the Northern Securities Company
at a stockholders' meeting in Jersey
City, this action marking what Wall
Street looked on as a culmination in the
long standing enmity between the.Hill
and Harriman parties in the Northern
Securities Company by a vote of strictly
the Hill shares and proxies, represent?
ing a combination of 2,648,000 shares,
Mr. Hill elected Amos T. French, a son
in-law of John S. Kennedy, also of the
Northern Securities Company and one
of Mr. Hill's stanchest i. ?pporters, to
Mr. Harriman's place on the board.
India Earthquakes.
Simla, India, April 11.-Fresh earth?
quakes yesterday evening and this
morning led to a revival of alarm. The
new government offices here are fresh?
ly cracked.
Lahore Punjab, India, April 11.?
Commissioner Juliundur reports that,
as a result of his investigations he es?
timates the fatalities resulting from the
recent earthquake in the Kangra dis?
trict at 10,000 and in the Paiampur dis?
trict at 3,000. The total number of
persons killed at Dharmsala was 424,
besides the GurUhas, who were crushed
to deatb by the falling of the stone bar?
Short Horn Boll For Sato !
Beautiful roan, 2 years old 11th day
of April. Sired by Roan Duke (140106)
He by Imp. Duke of Hamilton 2nd,
bred by William Duthie, of Aberdeen
shire, Scotland. His dam is a Young
Mary, sired by Champion Cup (121743).
He by Imported Cupbearer (91223},
Dam Seamaid, by Imp. Patriot, You
see this calf is a grana son of imported
Cupbearer, who has more blue ribbons
to his credit, won on both sides of the
Atlantic, than any bull ever imported.
H% is known among short horn breeders
as the old king of short horn show bulls,
Will sell at reasonable price or exchange
for other stock, Certified copy of pedi?
gree furnished,
Wm. E. Peery, Jr.,
marlStf Five Oaks, Va.
Notice is hereby given that
the Board of Supervisors of
Tazeweil County will on the
29th day of April, 1905, at 2
o'clock p. m., offer for sale the
county jail and the lot attach?
ed thereto, with certain reser?
vations that will be made
known at the time of sale.
Terms of sale will then also be
F. Thompson,
Chairman lid. of Supervisors.
Apr. 6t4
Cream Separators
The only modern Separator
Bowl. Has no contraptions.
Is simple, light and easily
handled. Get all the cream
and increases butter produc?
tion. Can be seen every day
at work at my home. Will
be glad to mail descriptive cir?
culars and will bring machine
and show it working to pro?
spective buyers. For sale by
I can furnish Trainee, lathes ?nd all kinds
o? building materia1. Finish lumber. If
you are thinking of budding call on or
write me for price*, Ac.
Shops and Postotflce at
Shawver Mill, Ya,
A Well Equipped
Modern Country Weekly.
Its readers are furnished wilh ample
Local, State and General News.
subscription price:
$1.00 PER YEAR
Now is the Time to Subscribe.
In this Department we are well
Equipped with Modern Facili?
ties and Execute Orders Prompt?
ly at Prices Consistent with Good
Work. Telephone and Mail Or?
ders Receive our Prompt and
Careful Attention. Send us
your next order. You will be
pleased. Satisfaction guaranteed.
The Tazewell Republican.
The successful sheep-raiser would as soon think of not shear?
ing his sheep as of not dipping them. Sheep cannot do their beat
while infested with lice, neas, ticks and other irritating vermin.
Give them a chance by dipping them this Spring in our
Great Western Sheep Dip.
It not only kills off every form of insect life but cure? Itch,
scab and all forms of skin disease. One gallon of Great Western
Sheep Dip costing 50c makes 36 gallons of dipping solution.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back.
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office of
the Circuit Court of the County of
Tazewell on the 27 day of March, 1905.
J. Floyd Gilleepie, admietrator of Thomas
H. Gilleepie, deceased, who eues tor the
benefit of himself as well as any other
creditor of ttie estate of Mary F. Gilleepie
who will contribute to the cost of this euit,
against \ In Chancery.
E. G. Wagner, administrator of Mary
F. Gilleepie, deed,, C. W. Baile* C. C.
Bailey, and Mary M. Keel, D?fendante.
The object of this euit is to recover of
E. G. Wagner, administrator of the ebtate
of .Mary F. Gilleepie, deed., the emu of
two hundred and 'twenty-nine and nine
one bundredtbe dollars, with interest
thereon from the 17th day of Dtceml-er,
1901, until paid, and to compel the ?aid
E. G, Wagner to settle bis accounts as ad?
ministrator of said Mary F. Gilleepie, and
to eut ject to paymennt of eaid debt one
undivided fourth of a tract of about 88
acres of land lying in Tazewell county, in
Wright's Valley, owned by said Mary F.
Gilleepie at the time of ber death.
And an affidavit having been made and
Bled that the defendant C.C Bailev is not
a resident*of the State of Virginia, it ie
ordered that he do appear here within
fifteen days after due publication hereof,
and do what may be necessary to protect
hie interest in thie euit. And it ie further
ord-?red that a copy hereof he published
ouch a week for four eucoeseive week? in
the Tazewll Kepuhhcan, a weekly news?
paper published at Tazewell, Virginia, and
that a copy be posted at the front door of
the court-houf-e of tins county as prescrib?
ed by law.
A copy?Teste:
T. E. George Clerk
Chapman A Gilleepie p. q.
is the great serial story of the year
from the pen of Louis Tracy, famous
author of "The Wings of the Morning"
and "The Pillar of Light."
I have for sale ten fine sow ahoats,
They wi|l weigh from, 75 \o 100 pounds.
Write me for prices.
marl6t4 Raven, Va.
Sal? of Valuable Rssl Estate
In pursuance to a decree entere?! on the
4th day of March, I90f, by the Circuit
Court of,Tazewell County, Virginia, in
the chancerv cause of Mom ? ilrfvet
against Celia Jonet et als., I ?ball, at the
front door of the court.houae of Tasewell
county, on the 22nd day of May, 1905,
that being I e first day of the May term
of the Circuit Court for Taaewell county,
proceed t) sell at public outcry
to the highest bidder, the bida being
started at $200.00, that certain lot or par?
cel of land and the house thereon, ?rituate
on the branch in the west end of the town
of Tazewell, Virginia, and beimr the sama
land of which Jesse Jones died aelzed.
Said eale shall be under the following
terms :
Cash sufficient to pay the coat* of thia
suit and expenses of sale; the balance pay?
able iu six months, taking bond of pur?
chaser for deferred installment of pur?
chase money, with good personal security,
payable to me as Special Commissioner.
Special Commstaiooer. '
March 37th, 1905.
The bond required of R. O. Crockett,
Special Commissioner, by the decree in
the above mentioned cause has been duly
execute i. Teste :?
T. E. GEORGE, Clerk,
mar 30t 4.
Business and Residence Lots v
along the line of the Iaeger &
Southern Railroad, on Dry Fork,
in McDowell County, W. \^^
Call on or write
T2-8-tf Wittens Mills, Va.
HEREFORDS (entire herd).
DORSETS (entire, flock).
? prompt buyer will get a bargain.
marlGtf Lantz Milla, Va.

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