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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 June 1902

THE TAZEWELL Y0L XI TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. REPUBLICAN. JUNE 26, 1902. NO. 26. ELECTION METHODS ARE ARRAIGNED. Hod. Stuart F. Lindsey Declines to Be a Candidate For Congress. SUBSTANTIAL REASONS ARE GIVEN. A Coiiliiiuaiice oft hi- (\>ri'iiMtioii and Kraud Heretofore Dm! i? th* Ninth DMrict Coiilitleiitly Aiitiei'iated. Bristol, Virginia, Julie IG, 19?2. To nil: Rkitiu.u ins Of tiik Mixtii Dis TliHT (II VlliolNIA! \ In justice to m y devoted friends through out the l>it?t:ict, who have done tue the honor to a-sure nit? of their support for Cougress in the ensuing election, 1 wish to announce in y purpose not to declare my* eelf a candidate for the nomination by tli?' Republican party, thoiiuh under other conditions 1 would act otherwise, as I am frank to aay I am and have been ambitious to represent the '.Uli Dwtrict in Cong But 1 try u> a.i In polities, as in other, matters, M a practical man, and viewing the electiiTi, with pr?tent conditions, with...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 June 1902

TheTazewelIRepublican rublished every Thursday at TAZKWELL, VA., ? ?Y? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor SL'liSt'KlPTIONS. aBinibllciin, one year, catth in Rdvance . . I 1 00 Subscription? on time. 1 50 Hepttblican and N. Y. Tribune, one vear. . 1 '-?"> A1?VEKT1?"IN<. RATES furnished on applies jlou. Correspondence solicited ? publisher? o? Trt Rutbuian are not re ?-ble for opinion? expressed by Correspon Kat'VBLit'AN Is entered at the Post-office at ^vell, Virginia, ss second-olass matter. THURSDAY,..!L'NE 26. 1902. AN ARMY OF ISHMAEUTES. While the frieuds of the new Constitu? tion are boasting of what the) call its many excellent features they should also give attention to what may prove a very serious provision, so far as the public wel? fare is concerned. The new suffrage luw may be of such a nature. In a republic, the progress, prosperity ?ml patriotism of the people are largely ependent upon the contentment of the masse?. A large and permanently...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 June 1902

fAZEWELL CO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. f W RobertC. Jackson, judge; II. BaneHar ? man, clerk. Tern is oi 'court?1st .Monday ? in April, ?1th Mondav in Aaikrti!?t and 1st ? Monday in December. f County Court. J. H. Stuart, jui'uc; T. K. (?oorge. clerk. Term?* of court?Tiu-siiay nfti-r Sd Monday in etu'h month. Oflirers. Barnes(iillespie.(Joni'th, Atty. James Baody.Sheritl. Jno. \V. Crockett,.Deputy i-'heritf. II. P. Brittain.Treasurer. H. Q. McCall.Deputy. S. V. Kelly,.t'lintity Surveyor. Address, (Jaaka, Va. P. H. Williii'MS.County Supt. Schools, Addre-s, SMppa, Va. THE CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Church South. Public worship of Hod on the 1st and Sad Sundays it 11 A at., on the 2nd and 4th at 8:00 P. M. Meeting for prayer, Wednesday at 8:00. P. M. Sabbath School at 9:88 A. HI. Young men's prayer meeting each Sunday at 3 p. m. A most cordial welcome is extended to all. !.. A. Kki.lv Pastor. Church of Christ. 1-reachinti 1st aodSrd Sunday,at S.00 p. in. and 2nd and 4th Sundays at 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 June 1902

/Be it Ever So Humble there is no*place like home. The greatest pleasures of life are experienced around the ?reside. While the fireside is the place around which so many pleasant memories cluster, it is also a place from which disaster and ruin often come. As long as the fire is sat? isfied to stay where it be? longs everybody is happy, but often, through careless? ness or accident, it leaps its bounds, and down comes the house in ashes. There's where fire insur? ance comes in as a consola? tion. We sell Fire Insurance that insures. flie J. F. HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. J. F. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, Pris, and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. J. N. HARMAN & CO., Real Estate Exchange... ^AZ^tWELL - - - VA. Coal. Timber, Farming and Grazing Lands IN T.\-_WEI.I. AND Al?lOININli COVNTIES. r ? FARMS. Anv Section of State. $10,000 to $100,000. -LIST FREE. H. W. HILLEARY. Staunton, - - - - Virginia Machinery Repairs Repairs for the Globe and No. 9 Mowers, Continental Reapeis and Bonnie Bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 July 1902

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL. XI. TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1902. NO. 27. "Ko White Man Shall Be Disfranchised." During the la?-t campaign every Demo? cratic Bpell-binder, from Governor Mon tague down, gave asdii ranee from every Btump iu the State that under the new Constitution, "No white man shall be dis? franchised.'' That the leaders of I he Democratic party have broken their pledge to submit the new Constitution to the |>eople is now history. In the light of broken pledges in respect to submis? sion, it must be admitted that it requires great credulity and larger faith than a grain of mustard seed for ordinary men to give further credit to the solemn pledge that : "No white man shall be disfran? chised." Hard as it may appear, and as it really is? to longer believa those most solemn promise*, yet despite their brokqti vows, I am constrained to confes? my faith in this pledge. 1 cannot believe and will not believe that the Boards of Regis tration in Tazewell c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 July 1902

?fazewell Republican ful'liahed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA.. ?W? WILLIAM C. PEN D LET Kditor and Proprietor ?o_-t_ufimw_ gi'|.i:i'!n'Hi< one year, cash in advance . . I 1 00 Subvrrt*, liona on time. 1 50 _ei>ul.!ic*u aud N. Y. Tribune, one year, . i 25 (VKKT1SIN- RATKS tarnished on applica Uon (Virrespoiujpanjl solicited Tho punlir-erscf Tut Rkpui'.i.ican are not re* ?Boosit.le f.'r opinion*) expressed by Correspon eit-. ThI^?'IBLican is eutered at the Post-office at t_M * ell. Virginia, as second-class matter. IHUR9DAY, JULY 3, 1902. eW?T f ?? 1 AN UNHAPPY FAMILY. Our Democratic friends have recently been exulting over the divisions of senti? ment existing among Republican mem? bers in Congress about the Cubau recip? rocity question. In their fatuous exulta? tion they baye greatly magnified the ex rtt>uT"of^t?ia4r trouble, and expressed the lonGilent belief that it would create a breach in the Republican party that will insurt' Democratic victor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 July 1902

TAZEWELL CO. DIRECTORY. t'ircuu Court. Robert C. Jackson,jnd_e; H. Haue I lar man, clerk. Terms of court?1 ft .Monday in April, Mi Horda* in August and 1st Monday in Da_atn_er. i'ounly Court. .1. II. St__rt, j(i.'-!-,? T, Y.. George, clef-. Tenus ofeootl Tuesday alter 3d Monday in each mouth. Otltcers. BarnesGlDeapi?,.Com'th. AU/. Jame*- Band?.Sherid. Jim. W.Crockett,.Deputy Sheriff. U. r. Brittain.Iroaanrer. H. ?S. M?Oall.Deputy. S. V. Kelly,.Connty Surveyor. Addrrw, Unaka, \ a. P. II. Williams,.Uoanty Stipt. Schools, Address, Snapps, Ve, THE CHURCHES. Methodist Kp'es?*opal Church South. Public worship of (Jod on th? lit and 3rd Sundavs at 11 A M.,oii the 2nd and 4th at 8:00 P. M. Meeting for prayer, Wednesday at 8:00. P. M. _abbath8ouool at R:30A. M. Young men's prayer meeting each Sunday at 9 p. m. A most cordial welcome is extended to all. R. A. Kelly Pastor. Church of Christ. Preacidng 1st andSrd Sunday ,at B.OOp.m und 2nd and 4tb Sundays at il i. m. Frayer meeting Saturday nig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 July 1902

Be it Ever So Humble t here is no place like home. The greatest pleasures of lite are experienced around the fireside. While the fireside is the place around which so many pleasant memories cluster, it is also a place i rom which disaster and ruin often come. As long us the fire is sat? isfied U) stay where it be? longs everybody is happy, hut often, through careless? ness or accident, it leaps its hounds, and down comes the -house in ashes. There's where fire insur? ance comes in as a consola? tion. We sell Fire Insurance that insures. The J. F. HURT insurance Agency, Inc. J. P. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, ?s, ana Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. p J. N. HARMAN & CO., ivf Real Estate Exchange... TAZEWELL - - - VA. '-foal. Timber, Farming and Grazing Lands IS TAZKW-l.I. AND ADJOINING COl'NTIltK. FARMS. Any Section of State. $10,000 to $100,000. -L 1ST F R E E. H. W. HILLEARY. Staunton, - - - - Virginia Machinery Repairs -ity1%\ir.Migf~The Glohe and No. .) Mowers', Continental Reapeis an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 July 1902

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL. XL TAZEWELL, VA.. THURSDAY. JULY 10, 1?102. NO. 28. NINE THOUSAND OUT ON STRIKE. Freight Handlers in Chicago Quit the Warehouses. TWENTY RAILROADS ARE AFFECTED These Systems Coutrol dyer t'iie t?undred ? Warehouses in the City Business .Men Fear the Strike Will Be One of the Most Seri? ous in Years. Ciika(.o, .lulv 7.?A Strike of 9,000 ? freight hundiere in CbkxgO ?sa.-' called today, and every freight house of the twenty-four railroads o >neerned is practi? cally tied up. Business men fear that the strike will be the most serious which has affected their interests in years. The principle railroad systems a?'ecttd Uy the strike are: The Chicago, Cincinnati ?\: St. l>ouis; Chicago & Great Western; Baltimore ? Obio; Erie; Atchiaon, Topeka & Saute Fe; Chicago Terminal Transfer Company; Lake Shove ??; Michigan Southern; Chicago Kock Island ?V Pacific; Chicago i?; Alton; The "Monon;" Chicago & Eastern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 July 1902

The Tazewell Republican ful.li-lied ?very Thursday at TAJU-WELL, VA., ? VJY? WILLIAM C. PENDLE TON, Kditor and Proprietor aQBHC_ipn?_iia Republican, one yenr, cash in advance . . ? 1 00 | tu>n> on time. 1 f>0 etepubilOU mu? N. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 SB A1>VKKT1.MN<; KATKS furnished on applua tlon. Correspondence solicito! Ttie publisher* of Tkf Rkmbi.icas are not re? ap _____ for opinions expressed by C'orrespon ?tate. Thk Rrtei'Bi ran is enteren at the Vont-oft'ue at Tazrwell, Virginia, a? second-cla*? matter. THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1908. WHAT ARE DEMOCRATIC PLEDGE WORTH? In another column we reproduce _o editorial from the Kichniond News?"The White Republicans." We Hie glad to see that so able and fearless a Democratic paper as the New?? agrees with us in our cor.clusions as to the direful results that will fallow au extensive disfranehisement of white voters in Virginia. Kven the disfranchising of a large number of negro voter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 July 1902

TAZEWELL CO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Robert C. Jackson, judge; 11. Uuicllar __U), clerk. T.iiiif. ..i court? Ir-i Monday lu April, 4th Mor day in Auff__4 ami lA Monday in Ueceudier. Ceutj ('(inri. J. H. Miiiirl, ju 'ire; X. 1'.. George, clerk. Terms ofconr? - 'lu??day after ;!?' Monday in each month. Oftlf??rn. Barnes (iillespie..Com'th. Attv. Jaoies r.au.lv.Sheriff. Jno. W. Cio.kctt.Deputy Sheriff. U. P. Brittain.ttvumft. H. (,. MeCall.Deputy. S. V. Kelly.(.'^unty Surveyor. Addn ? , \?. P. H. Williams.County Supt. Schools', Address, Hnappe, Va. THE CHURCHES. MetbotUst Ifltetftl CIuutIi South. l'ub'uc worship of God on tl.c 1st am! 3rd Sunday? at H A M., en the 2nd and 4th at -:StJ I'. M. Meeting l'or prayer, Wednesday at 8:00. P. M. Sabbath School at 9:30 A. M. Young men'? prayet meeting each Sunday at :; p. na. A most cordial welcome ?extended to all. K. A. Kki.i.y Pastor. riiurch of Christ. Preacbio- lei apdSril Sunday ,al 8:00 p. m. and 2nd and Itii Sunday-! at 11 a. in. Praye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 July 1902

WE DESIRE TO THANK YOU Por your esteemed patronage and again remind you of the fact that your liome is in great danger of being consumed by fire at this season of the year. Remember how quickly tilings catch lire this dry, hot weather. Remember too that flames are harder to control. That your home may be devoured by llames any hour. Remember also, that we have for you the only safe? guard against fire. We rep? resent the fireproof companies of the world. The J. F, HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. J. F. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, Pr?s, and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. J. N. HARMAN _*_ CO., Real Estate Exchange... TAZEWELL - - - VA. Coal, Timber, Farming and Grazing Lands IS TAZKWKLL AND ADJOININt? COVNTIKS LAND PLASTER. We are prepared to furnish Land Plaster at our mill or on cars at Salt ville. Also manufacture l?est Flour Meal and Feed. Write ue for prices J. H. KIRBY _, CO., BKOADFOUD, P. ()., Smyth County, Va. FARMS. Any Section of State. $.0,000 to $100,000. -LIST FKEE. H. W. HILLEARY. Staunto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 July 1902

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL. XI. TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. JULY 17, 1902. _ NO. 29. STILL FINDING DEAD BODIES Full Extent of the Mine Catastropbe Not Yet Developed. KNOWN DEAD NOW NUMBER 112. Believed That Not Many More Were Kill? ed?Johnstown to be (?i\eii Dyer To? day to Mourning and Funeral Obsequies?An Investigation Into Cause of Explosion to be Made by the ?State Mine Inspector. John&town, Fa., July 12.?The extent of the horrible catastrophe of the Kolling Mill Mine of the Cambria Steel Company is not capable of being grasped. Early tonight, in spite of conflicting reports as to the number of i lead, a careful and com? plete compilation by the Associated Tress shows that 112 is the exact number of bodies taken from the mine. To this, fu? ture explorations of the mine corridors may add a few, but it cannot be many. Almost all the employes who could have been in the mine at the time of the life-wrecking explosion of Thursday are accounted lor. Very few inquiries for m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 July 1902

T?e Tazewell Republican TiibliMbe 1 every Thursday at TAZKWKLL, va., ?at? WILLIAM C. PENOLETON, Kditor and Proprietor Si'IIMKUTIONS. Republican, one >iiir. cash in advance . . f 1 IX? 9-_Mrip_<_N <M time. 1 50 g_p__rkmn Hit'l N. Y. Tri?a?, one ve?r, . 1 2b AUVKKTISINi; KATKS furnished on ai.pll.K ti..:i. 0_ri_?po___MM nUeitsd Tin- p_____m_f Thf Kkitbi-han Are not re ?piiiisible for opinions expresse?! by Q_n_9_? d^nis. Thjs Republican Is entered at tae Post-office at Taz.-well, Virginia, as second-class matter. THUK8DAY, JULY 17, 1902. 2 A PARTISAN BODY. lhe Ni'ifclk Virginian-Pilot in an arti? cle headed, "Not a Partisan Body," has taken us to task for claiming that the re? cent Constitutional Convention was the most partisan, uufair and revolutionary body that ever met in this State to make statute or organic laws." The Pilot says: '?Now isn't it qOS_( that the Repuhhcan should charge the Convention with the one particular sin from which it was con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 July 1902

SWELL GO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. pk_o_tju<lft.; H. Banellar pmt of conrt?1st Mrimiay ?lav !n August ami 1st Court. ; T. K. Osorgo, clerk. Kwday after 3d Monday Officers. (?illcspie.Com'th. Atty. [amt> Bandy,.Slieritl. W.Crockett.Deputy -hertff. !.'.> i.ritta'n.Treasurer. G. M?Call.Deputy. ]V. Kelly,.County Surveyor. Address, Unaka, \ a Williams.County Supt. Schools, Address, Snapps, Va, THE CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Clinrch Soutlt. Tubhc worship of God on the 1st and 5rd Sundays at 11 A M..011 the 2nd and 4thirt8:00 P. M. Meeting for praver, Wednesday at 8:00. yP. M. Sabbath School at l?:30 A. M. ^?_tjag. men's prayer meeting each Sunday at 3 p. m. A niostc?.nluil welcome is- extentled toall. K. A. Kki.i.y Pastor. Church of Christ. Preaehln-.' 1st audSrd Sunday,at. S:00 ?>. m. ind a_*d and 4th Sundays at II a. in. 1 meeting Saturday night at 8 ?'clock. Sunday school every Sunday at :30 a. in. Robkrt Elmorb, Pastor Presbyterian Churc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 July 1902

WE DESIRE i TO THANK YOU For your esteemed patronagt and again remind you of the fact that your liome is in gr?*at danger of being consumed rpy fire at this season of the ?iJAr. Remember how quietly things catch fire this dry, aiut weather. Remember too that flames are harder to control. That your home may be devoured by fi?mes any hour. Remember also, tha1. we have for you the only safe? guard against fire. We rep? resent the fireproof companies of the world. i The J. F. HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. J. F. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, Pms. and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas J. N. HARMAN & CO., ?? Real Estate Exchange... TAZEWELL - - - VA. Coal, Timber, Farming and Grazing Lands IN* TAZEWELL AND ADJOINING COUNTIES LAND PLASf ER. We are prepared 'to furnish Lan?! Plaster at our mill or on cars at Salt ville. Also manufacture beet Flour Meal and Feed. Vf rite us for price? J. H. KIrJB?Y <* CO., bbu'adfokd, p. o., ?Smyth County, Va. =*T= FARMS. Any Section of State. $10,000 to $10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 July 1902

THE TAZEWELL REPUBL CAN. VOL. XL TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. JULY 24, 1902. \ NO. 30. IOWA FARMERS HUNTING ODD JOBS Crops Swept Away by Recent Storms, Planters Seek to Begin Life Anew. RAILROADS WILL LOSE HEAVILY Keokuk, la., July 19.?The flood con? dition? of Yesterday were much worse to? day, and the Mississippi river is from two to ten miles wide for seventy live mi!> low Keokuk, and is rising rapidly. The flood is reaching far outlying farm?. hitherto missed, and farmers in the low? lands on the Missouri si "e have lost every? thing but their citadels on high knolls and a few fields behind the hiebest levee-. Damage is also occurring on the Illinois side bet ween here and Qoincy ,twbere tbere are many thousands of acres of the river eide levees and where the levees them? selves are r.ot entirely efficient the water is working through at the side of the flood? gates. The Lima and Hunt levees, opposite Clinton, Mo., the most danger? ous places, and which protect many squar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 July 1902

The Tazewell Republican Published every Thursday ?it T.V/KWKLL, VA., ? %Y? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor SfHrfCRIl'TlONS. K<-puhlican, one year, cash In advance . . * t ?? SulisoripUons on time. 1 50 Kepuhlicnn mid N". Y. Tiilunic. one vt'ar. . 1 2.'? AI)VKKT1S1N(; RATO furiiMtvd on aVpitca lion. Conv^liondeiice solicited T'h' publishers of T>I Rkhcbi.ican are not re B)Hii>sible for opinions expressed by Correspon deit?. Th it Kkim'hucan is entered at the font-office a? T?z -well, Virginia, as fconfl-d? matter. THDB8DAY, JULY 24. 1902. THAT WONDERFUL CONSTITUTION The framers of the new Constitution and the defenders of the rump convention ha\e l>een loud and unceasing in their praises of the instrument which ha- been foisted upon the people hy a flagrant act of usurpation. It has been pronounced a wonderful piece of perfection in the wav of organic law; and hy some claimed to he absolutely flawless?. Already this exalted assu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 July 1902

TAZEWELt GO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Robert 0. Jseksott, judge; 11. tJeneiisr* mau, clerk. Terms of oouft?1st Monds? in April, 4th Moi lav In August and 1st Monday in December. Count} Court. J. II. Btosrt, judge; T. K. George,clerk. Terms ofooon Tuend?*/ after 3d Monday in each montli. Officers. stonesQiliesTpie,.Com'th. Attv. James Bandy, . .Sheriit. Jno. W. Crockett.Deputy Sheriff. H. 1*. Brittsin.Treasurer. H. ti. MoQsll.Deputy. B. V. Kelly,.County Surveyor. Addresi, Unaka, Va. I*. H. William.County Supt. Schoolf, address, Snapps, Va. THE CHURCHES. Methodic Episcopal Clink South. Public worelup of God on the 1st end 3rd Sundays at il a M.,on the 2nd and 4th at 8:00 P. II. Meeting for prayer, Wednesday at 8:00. P. M. Sabbath School st9:90 A.M. Young men's prayer meeting each Sunday at 8 p. m. A most cordial welcome is extended toall. i:. a. Kelly IVtor. Church of Chrisl. Preaching 1st sndSrdSunday,sl s.oop. m. und 2nd and 4;h Sm.!a\> at 11 S. m. Prayer meeting Saturda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 July 1902

SATISFACTION There's a deal of satisfaction when buying tire insurance in knowing positively that it is the best obtainable?this is your as? surance when you buv your fire i neu ranee here. We furnish every detail of the character and stand? ing of our companies? necessary to prove their financial ability to pay lon?es; their promptness in meeting all just claims. Our com? panies are as strong as financial institutions can be made. Their promptness in settling losses is proven every day. The liberality of privileges our companies give in policies they is tue is second to none. The J. F. HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. J. P. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, Pr?s, and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. J. N. HARMAN & CO., Real Estate Exchange... TAZEWELL - - - VA. Coal. Timber, Farming and Grazing Lands IN TAZKWKLL AND ADJOINING COVNTIKS. LAND PLASTER. We are prepared to furnish Land Plaster at our mill or on care at Salt ville. Also manufacture best Flour Meal and Feed. Write M for prices J. H. KIR...

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