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! Don't Play
A common caution to children
bot it is alao good advice to
grown-up men aid wonvn.
You are playing with tire
when you insure yo r prop?
erty v itbcut carefully select?
ing the company which prom?
ises to protect you against
loes. W by take chances when,
nt no extra coot, the
Cli?ch Valley Insurance Agency
Representing the largest for?
eign and domestic fire insur?
ance companies in the world
can write your 'iisuraoc? in
compani??s that have always
made satisfactory adji-st
\ ments and promptly paid
lustra. It won't do lo exper?
iment with insurance. Our I
Agency. estabh-he<1 seven- j
teen year? ?co, offer? you the ?
S best of ttnaTJntiaa for caring i
for your insun.nc > wants. ?
We write all CLASSES.
I CLINCH VALLEY INSURANCE AGENCY j
WANTED-Fifty Select Younsr Men
T>> Studv Famous Grt-trsr Shorthand.
Waottsd Fifty High Scnrxd Graduates
T > Take Our Special Banking Course
W *atpd Fifty Coil-u- T. ? ned Ladi. w
T?> Qualify For Law-ctli?..? P?>snion.
$?3<>UGuaranteed Sadaury First Year tfSOO.
Write for Special Curd I'ropoMtion
Piedmont Business Collide, Inc., Lynch
~Si.e of Valuable Real Estate in Rlchlaids.
I rills !l, Lrua?ee of A. M. Kiser,
. : me room dwelling house himi thr- e
Iota, in the town of Richlamis,
Tazcwell County, Virginia on the
16th DAY OF NOVEMBER.191 2
between the hours of 11 a. m., and 2 p.
m , of that day, at public auction, to
the h?rhest bidder Terms, cash all
over the sum of $1,300., the purchaser
..Tiipur to pay the said sum of $1,300..
.. in on??, two and three years time, with
? .1 interest thereon. The title to this
jopnrty is perfect, and it is well locat?
ed and splendid r-'.-siderice.
10.17. 5w H L SPRATT, Trustee
m ROTURE FS?filES
I have i large and
compete .l-';'??? tmnaut
Wi?r, in nee ofai y
thing in th-rr' !in?38
phone 63 H ai ri l??ave
V< ? ir ?i)?l'-r-.
V. L. 5TEPHENS0N
J W Huker, a
Of T:z-vt!l but BOW :iv i'ii I
Mre. Frank i'l-i.tce, of Chril
burg, is vi?i?u.if r? ;a ivea here.
There *as< r.t. mcetii g of the Woman'.-?
Club on yeeterd i on BCIUMBl
o? th? absence of the .re dent, Mrs.
H. E. Harr....", wx.o ir, :n Washn.gton,
mr.d tbe inability of the v.ce pr-isident
?Srs. J. B. Boyer, on uicount of sick?
ness, to be with the club.
Rev G. H. Gilmer, of Draper, ?van
g? li?t in the home mission work for tht
Auinguoii Presbytery, [ireH-'ied Sunca.,
moren'? a. ?I evening at tne Prestiyteiiin
??hurch, ana while here met with the
stMsiuii in un endeaver to select a suc?
cessor to Rev. S. O. Hh'l. who recently
reined aB pastor, to accept a call to
C.ipt. J. D. Al-xander has sold his
property on wt-tt Ja,-' street to E. B
One of the last sad duties Ilev. J. O
S.raley performed before he himself
f "was nM?llc-d to meet his Mr.ker was to
lsj aavay the frail form of the little six
nioi.tbs-old boy of his iellow-laborer in
the ministry, Rev. H. S. Johnson, of
Cedar Bluff. This duty Rev. Straley
performed only tbe day before he him?
self was called into the Great Beyond.
Mr?. J. W. Holloran, of Lynchburg.
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Daisie Hardy
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U-, was held on Tuesday after
noon at the residence of Mrs. P. F.
H'iwell. The exercises included, in the
re-ponses to the roll call of the responses
piarle by the different stete presidents
nt a recent National meeting. Dainty
rof resuments were served by the hostess
Miss Nannie Hawkins, who has been
? p acting postmistress at Wilcoe, W. Va,
for some time, has resigned her position
and return?*! to her home here.
Have you had the children's pictures
tagen recently? Black. Adv.
Mrs. Patty, wifeof Rev. W. M. Patty,
pastor of Abingdon Circuit, baa the pro?
found sympathy of her many friends in
the death of her brother, Mr. F. M.
Buahong, of Morriatown, Tenn., wbicb
occurred October 7, and of her only
sia'er, Mr.?. J. W. Walker, of Andrews,
N. C, on October 27.?Midland Metho?
Yon get "REAL ART IN POR
TiiAll IKE' at Black' Su. iio. Your
"? jl.ristmas Phofo->" s :>uld be made
no*r. Tht studio will b? closed iu De?
A Great Biiliidf Falls
J*e f?undationTi? undermined, and
,,a of health?good dig?ss
lusod, quickly o'iapee fol
lirst aigris of indigestion.
New Life HlIs should be
i.? the stomacb and regulate
liver iidn. vs and bowels. Pleasant,
lie .nd only 26 cents at all
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
tins S*yer. of Ben-wind was in tb?
Turkey buyers ?re beginning to get
busy and soon they will begin to move
in droves to eastern markets. Tte crop
in this i#?.*ction will be short thi?n year,
and all probabiities are ihat the atleta
will be high.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C Btiylor, of Ct?at
Bluff, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J E.
Baylor, in Graham, last week.
Albert Baldwin, who has been quite
ill at his home in Pocahontas, i- some
better, and was taken to the home of
hi* father, Capt. D. B. Baldwin, of
Bluef?eld, on Saturday.
Barnes Gillespie lias purchased the
J. N. Harman property on railn-.ii ave?
nue and will move into it mean, Mr
Harman is und<-\.*id??d as to his future
Mrs. Gussie Bowen returned Monday
from an extended visit to her fixier.
Mrs. Edward Sehon, and brother. >r
Thoma- Stuart, of Huntington, W. Vs
[ Mr. and Mrs. R T. Bowen and Mips
Lena Ward, of the O ve, were shopping
in Blu?-fi"ld last Friday.
Miss Cecil Crockett, of Max Meadows.
ia the ?ruest of friends here, and fron?
here will go to Coeburn to visit her
brother. A. P. Crockett.
Captain J. D. Alssnaxier. returned
Sur.da;. Jr..m ;i visit to hi ? son, Criarle",
Tfczewel! Harneas Company has se?
cure the services of Mr. W. B Church,
of Big Stone Gap, to take charge of
their harn* -s shop.
v'i??-? = Tot McCall and Nell George
look ta the W. and I..?V. P. I., foot
hall game at Roanoke on Satunicy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hurt and children
were in Bluefield the latter part of the
R. S. Ord. of Mayburry. and \V. D
Ord, of Landgraff, the well known oper?
ators in the Elkhorn field came up Mon
day for a few days hunting in the Cove.
They will be the guests of T. C. Bowen.
Mr. and Mrs. a. G Kiser, were the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Roy S.
Thompson, of Bltiefie'd iast week.
?tiaa M?-ry Propt? n, of this cit>, a
stu?lent in th?* fcfarj Bil-lwin Institute,
at Staunron, was walking* down tt
main stairway of the I-s.itute, win
two other girls, when they ni! trip?n?
a-ul f* II to th? foot of the 8't.irs. Miae
Mar] ,J back was ha*il> sorained. She
is report? d to be r.-coveri^g nicely,
Hon. and Mrs. A. P. Gillespie, tird
daughters. Mr". G?*o. C I'eery and Mi-s
Muy 'h. ralunnend la-' week froTi a
vi it t?> Richnr.nd.
A. S". Clair whs a busings visi?
tor in Bluefiel.l ?in Siturduy.
Henry Pl*?tori r^'iimnM SunH*' fn*n
Rii hmof d wh?r?* he h d !<?> n -ittenrli g
th?' m-'i'j'c of ti*-!, i? '? t'v ?? mmittw
of th" Vireir.i i S at* R ?? \ ?
? to" to nr p ? i HI to I 11 ul i ?
th.- n. y ! ?-: 1 ? ir
Pr T o-?a?. r i
;i*'n* .'t |-o* - s *"r? rn I . o* - ihe
? - Fns f?r? rgi . fair
*-e:ii?ii?*d c'i*ndny ind ? i" loa- e, after p
short stav h<?r-\ for his old K?r!uekv
home to vjoit homefolkr He any
that our home Imrpe, Sammie D.,
helo-vQ*irir to Altontmy S. D May. wsp
in the money every rac?"* ho ento-eH
Kv rv child wants a ?rood phntoirranh
of his or her parents. It i? a dutvt**r
par"nt" owe the child Black. A<*v.
F.Jtil Sfoele wss hartly injured r.< 'he
rock crusher workintr on the Fin'*ait|.
roxd vsterdiy afamt noon Whit,
moving about the crusher his foo? slip
ped and he fell in such n way that ih?
belt, between engine ar.d crusher, hruif
ed him badlv about the fi*ce and hand?.
J. P. Krnll left, ye?terdsy for M< r?*h
antsville, N J , to join Mrs. Kro'l, who
is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Tur?
Mrs. F. L. S. IVatts and con, John
Henry Smith, of RoS'dale. returned to
their home Tuesday nfter visiting
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received by the Board of
Supervisor? of Tazewell county at the
Clerk's Office at Tazewell, Va., up un?
til noon of
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
for the construction and improvement
of the following desrrihed seetiors of
roar! in the Jeffereonvile Magisterial
DIRT ROADS, WIDTH 18 ROADBED.
Section 7 ?Forks of road J. A. Crock?
ett's to river road near Pisgah church,
about l? mil??.
Section 9?End of macadam on river
road at Jno Peery's place to Maiden
Spring district line, about 2?V miles.
Section 10?B??ginning at terminus of
road round in section 9 southerly of
Desk in a Branch, 1 0 mile.
Section 11?From G. M. Graybeals
store on Clinch river to intersect Bap?
tist Valley road west of Gap Store, IA
Section 15?From PrnMton Peery's to
John Peery, ? mile.
Section 16?From Tom Brown's to
West Virginia state line.
Section 17?Forks of road Crockett's
Cove down Laurel Fork to Dry Fork,
Section 19?Dry Fork to Beech Pork
thence up Beech Ftirk to Maid? n Spring
district line, 4i miles.
Section 21?Adria down Dry Fork to
foot of Toe Jumps, 2?J miles
Section 22?Alex Haitian's place to
Five Oaks, 2$ miles.
The right is reserved to reject any or
ail bids Bids n-.uat be accompani-u by
a certified check to the amount of ore
per cent of the total amount of Ike bid
as evidence of good faith, and will be
forfeited to th.* county if a contract be
not entered into by bidder if bid be ac?
By order the Board of Supervisors.
C. W. GREEVER, Clerk.
? ?a-sgs^s^&sg?.c^.j^v^-- - -
FIFTY THOUSAND T?RKEYS
Than :r ?t h in and we mus?
'.ave thousands ?>t Tur eys to '.!' ournrdt re P
CMect8are fm :?? >1 pri?**.i N narkel ?m th*
U. s., than I'!?;:. ? Iph a. No 1 rgei tor? or better
location in the ?city than our* .'.1 years experience.
Reliable ?n ? v rj particular, a -. the ?.'<> imercial
Agencies and our banks ah^ut u?>. Ourspecialty is
fancy dressed poultry. We have the moat ptrfect
Bystem t.f wei<*fa?ng and checking t?> 1>? found.
Pfenty of experienced help in every department.
Per?mal attention given to e ery shipment* All
stock sold for top market valu < ' ire<t w i^lits
an?i prompt returns. Write at once for paid of
dressing instructions ami pries. *V'e ?rant the
name of every one who has turkeys Have <>ur
poultry w A' rat<en< 1 and wo g ir,i itee you will be
phased with our;i '. Eggs high and wanted, also
large fat chickens in, u-. Write today.
Y ?RST0 8ERVE,
Frank Hellerick & Co.
349 NEW MARKET STREET
Not only the fit but the
same smart weaves and
colorings; the same
models that Custom
Tailors try to claim as
all their own.
There was a time when all
men were divided into two
classes ? those that wore
" Custom Tailored " and
those that wore "Ready
The pocketbook decided
Now only those who still cling to
tradition pay the high pricca.
American Clothea with their wide
range of modela will fit perfectly
Snappy ne??- MoaciS for
young men?conicrvative but cor?
rect lor the business man.
We, as well as the makers, stand
back of American Clothes.
M. J. HANKINS
THE STORK THA!' SATISFIES
-frtt>*?-f?i**S:t*liiS-? ti ******** frit* ft***
nMOLES AND WARTS
Removed with MOLE^OFF, i bout pain or tl Miir^r,
?uter hum r above the Burfaoe of
tin- skin And the I never reiurn and no trace or
f?c?'.r will be left VIOLESOFF is-?p ili?sddirect t-> tbe
MOLE or WART, ?vhich entireh disappears in about
six days, killing the germ ;?;i<l eaving the skin smooth
MOLKSOFF is put up only in One Dollar bottles.
Each bottle is forward poatpaid on receipt of price, is neatly packed
in a plain case, accompanied by full direoiorw. and contains enough rem?
edy to r?move eight or t?-n ordinsrv MOLES or WARTS. We sell
M?LEROFF under o positive GUARANTEE if it fails to remove your
MOLE or WART, we will promptly refund in? d.'llar. Letters from per?
sonages we all know, together with much valuable information, will he
mm: d free upon r?qu"st.
Guaranteed by the Florida Distributing Co.. under the Food and Drug act. June 30,1906. Serial Ne. 45,633
^??KT" FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING CO.
? RAT ANiHILA?QR
? TflE MGDE?N HAT DESTROYED
Kills and completely consunes the
body of the rodent, leaving no result?
HARMLESS TO HANDLE,
SAFE. SURE, SANITARY
1 used m directed, satisfaction guar?
anteed or money refunded.
BIG SALE IN
We don't have sales often but when we do are
cut the prices deep. In order to reduce our stc ck
will put all hats in our store on sale at cut prices for
one week beginning Saturday November 16th, run?
ning through Saturday November 23rd, 1912.
Will include Plumes, Fancy Feathers and Ribbc ns
in this sale.
EViRtTHING WILL BE MARKO Ifi PLAIN FIGURES, WITH REGULAR Pf ICE AND SALE P .IGE
BELOW WE GIVE A FEW PRICES
$1.50, i.75and 2.ooHats go at q8c
2,50, 2.75 and 3,00 Hats go ai $i.q8
5.00, 6.00 and 6.50 Hats go at 3.98
7.00,8.00 and Q, 00 fiats go at 5.98
S5.0D go at
7 00and 8.00 go at
10.00 go at
1 2 1-2 to 15c
20 to 30
35 to 40
45 to 50
A. 11 Jr7^ a tr? c^3^
Ir^t^i 1 tliers ?ta t
J3 1T\ C^?0^.
TAZEWELL MILLINERY CGIPAM
TAZ :WELL, VIRGINIA.
T M COUHTY MEWS
M . 1". " r eh -?nd her canil >i .*,
Mi 1- * : T 'i l. ^re vis tinsj
' !:. I I, yi"ct'in, is *
: lighter, Mtm P, I) J.,hnstoi.
Mo IM G. W ? ?k, Herry E ili
man s.-.A 'i*? .1 s (>'K"*fTY ;ire ??'
n of th-? Unit?
M utrl '????? o? ; >i?? Confedwmaey, in W?ah
i-i'tr.**. thin week and ?he rererr.nnii-?
Btt.en'inr*' the iinveilir.jjr of a monurT:
to the Oo*'.f**Jera'?* d*a<! buri??d in Ar?
United States Attnrn'*v Barne* Gll
l*mpl?\ Assistant Attorney T J "un-v
and Nye Hriits left Mondav, for D"'
vr?'lr, to attend F??deral court.
The eleven-year-old boy of Newt
Gruhb, a tenant on Dan Lvnch's upper
r.l'ee, iircider.tiily ethot. himself through
?h-- left hand, on Saturday afternoon.
A? his mother went to milk the young
l*d in some way got hold nf hi? fathers
gun, which accidentallv exploding, wh*I >
he was fooling with it, ploughed a big
hole through his hand.
Mrs. F. \V. Pendleton and children
w?*re week end guest of friends in
W. S Moore, renrepentimr D B Ry
land & Co , Jewelers, of Lvn<"h*viriT,
will b?> in Tazewell at the J?-ff??rsnnviIle
Hotel November 22 and 23 with a h?>aii
tifnl stork of holidav gondB consisting
in pirt nf Diamond? Watches. Jewelrv,
Sterlino* Silver and Plated Ware, L-?a?h
er Goods and Novelties He cordially
invites von to csll ?nd inspect his beau?
tiful disnlav- Order placed now ertV
have the b?8t attention, and can ho de?
livered whenever wanted. Be sure and
gee him. Adv 2?,
Geo W. St. Clair was the host of n
party through the E'khorn coal fields?
last week. Thev left here Fridav on
No. 6 and to Welf-b on No 3 returning
Saturday morning on trains Nos. 4 enn
5. This gave the party an oppnr
t?mity to sen the fi-'d both day and right
The portv consist d of Mr. and Mrs
St. Clair. Miss M ,-v Turk, and M-s
Lucv Wnlker and the lattera guest Mr-*. !
A. !.. Sherman.
Miss Bessie Wingo became the hrid?
^f Mr Grady Counts, both of Cedar
Bluff, and Rev. H. S. Johnson, of tha
place, performed the ceremony, in the
parlor of the Jefferaonville Hotel on
Monday. They will make their home
at Cedar Bluff.
On Wednesrltv KovemSpr 20?h, 1912.
nVKi'inir.ar ?t. 10:3^ a m.. rh? nndorRip'o
*d, administrator, "?ill nffpr for rale ??
pOl '' .. M?tWl thi? |ifrar>ra| prOTXTry r>t
? ?-. itc of H. ?"". A'H<>i?on. imr* a. 1
ro'sis'ir1!? of Hoinrhold nnd Kitnshra
Fornitrjrrr, Bnj|n>?A>111?ck. PictureFram> s
Office Furniture-, Lsw Bonks etc.
TERMS OF SALE
A'l purchases of $5 0<> or iind-r wi'*
hf> rpq'jirod ifl ra?-h on date of ?ale, all
?ums over $5 00 8 credit of 6 mrntN
upon the purchase, exrcu'insrhiainr rest
bearing1 note, with approved security.
V. L SEXTON, Administrator,
with the will annexed of the estate of
H. C. Alderson, deceased.
^f^f^When "Mr. Pry" X
to V Q
pops h: ? off land question
atyou:--'*\rVho made that
Overcoat?" must you
clear your throat and
coughapolo^c ically? Not
if it's a HGH-ARTY'
The clothes so labeled are
made by a race of great
tailors, who have lifted
their industry from a
trade to an art.
When you buy a "HIGH
ART" you pay no more for it
than you_d pay for null, nonde?
script "factory ? lothes." A
"HIGH-ART' is a bouquet to
your taste. It stamps you as a
man of nice discrimination for
whom only ti e best is good
"The lust w?>rd is style?the
first word is qii .ity."
JOHN S. BOT Hi ORE
CLOTHER ANDGEN :i FURNI8HFR
RICK BR V5TIES
?Soll The best way to gat ready for wint.-1 tu m - irito a brick hoo???
V || When the coal bill comes you will l.; .i yon a e in a brick house.
?|| When your neighbor 9 house burns. y< ii ? i:l ? i sorry for him bat j
will be thankful that yours is brick.
O |! Wh-ii you build, uie the best brick. It pa\s.
A. S. Caldwell, n>f T i- nunvlb, whs j
a visitor here on Monday.
J Randolph Henry, of Princeton, W.
Va., spent Sunday with his parc-nt.i,
Mai and Mrs. R R Henry. Hia little
niece, Anna Byrd Walker, returned
with him to Princeton to visit until
1. ? Bd. .e, of Graham, w?; here
M ? y t. te: d the fun rai ol Jolo
nel H. C. AMeraon.
H np'ri Wisdom, et Tiptop, -as a
l:n-i . ?is vi- >-or in the cit" Tuesd, and
pak? laia mt'ssm a pleasant call.
O. B. bains, of the Cove, was n. the
city Monday. 0