ELECTRICAL WORLD, Volume 67, Part 2 - April 1, 1916, New Tazewell, Tenn – A Company is being organized, with a capital stock of $25,000 to remove the electric light and power plant from Tazewell to New Tazewell, to erect a flour mill with a daily capacity of 200 bbl. and to install a waterworks system in New Tazewell. J.W. Rose and Dr. M.B. Carr of Tazewell are interested in the project.
ELECTRICAL REVIEW, Volume 68, - April 22, 1916, New Tazewell, Tenn – J.W. Rose and M.B. Carr of Tazewell, have under consideration the removal of the lighting and power company’s plant to New Tazewell.
ELECTRICAL REVIEW, Volume 76, - May 29, 1920, New Tazewell Tenn. - The Claiborne County Light & Power Co., recently organized with $25,000 has acquired the plant of the Tazewell Light & Power Co. and is arranging plans for construction of a new transmission system to connect with the system of the Kentucky Utility Co., Louisville, Ky., at Cumberland Gap. J.P. Ritchie, New Tazewell, Tennessee is the President of the company.
| Joe Phillips was also Road Superintendent in Tazewell in 1920.|
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