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Overland $775 Delivered.
When One Buys a Baby-OVERLAND On the TIME Plan lie gets his Machine Insured against fire and theft for 1 2 months, and in case of loss either by fire or theft he gets 80 pr. ct. of the cash selling price. $276.66 down and $92.22 a month for $280.00 down and $70.00 a month fos $283.33 down and $56.66 a month for $2*6.66 down and $47.78 a month for $33O.S0 down aud $82.70 a month for $334.40 down and $62.70 a month for $337.60 down and $50.64 a month for $341.20 down and $42.65 a month for $41 1.00 down and $58.50 a month for $414.50 down and $51.81 a month for $41S.OO down and $41.80 a month for $422.00 down and $35.17 a month for $480.60 down and $54.40 a month for $493.20 down and $41.10 a month for $496.80 down and $33.12 a month for $500.40 down and $27.80 a month for ?i months buys a Baby-Overland. 8 months buys a Babv-Overland 10 months buys a Baby-Overland 12 months buys a Baby-Overland months buys a Baby-Overland 8 months buys a Baby-Overland 10 months buys a Baby-Overland 12 months buys a Baby-Overland 6 months buys a Baby-Overland 8 months buys a Baby-Overland 10 months buys a Baby-Overland 12 months buys a Baby-Overland 6 months buys a Baby-Overland -8 months buys a Baby-Overland 10 months buys a Baby-Overland 12 months buys a Baby-Overland There is no interest on any of the de ferred payments. These payments also include all cost of fire and theft insurance, and the figures given are the net cost to the user. J. C. BOGGS MOTOR & LIGHT Co., AGENT CREATURES OF PAST AGES Remarkable Prehistoric Monsters That <Can Be Identified Only by Their j Fossilized Bones. What geologists term the nligocene j formations contain tin* fossil hones of u proat variety of strange extinct ani .mals. These strata are anion? the jnost widespread and most regularly (distributed of the Tertiary sediment ary rock formations of the (treat 'plains and cover a vast area in Ne braska and Wyoming. The lower Oligocene heds, which sire I i believed to he over a million years old. . :are often called Tit anot hcrihm heds jbecausc they contain great quantities i ?of tlie hones of extinct mammals of | (that name. They were clumsy hrutcs (Of elephantine size, according to the ; United States geological survey. Do- I tpartment of the Interior, having on j I the front of the skull a pair of great | [bony protuberances which, although ! jliornliko in form, were probably not : ?fiheathed in horn. The head was long and large and of fantastic sliape. In Its thick, heavy hotly and short, nms- | | slve legs the titanotliere resemb\ed ihe | modern rhinoceros. It was doubtless ' a sluggish, stupid beast, for its brain was small in comparison with the 1 size of its body. The brain cavity was ' ? only a few inches in diameter and was | surrounded by thick bone, as if to i withstand shocks in battle. The ti- j tanotheres were tin* most formidable ; animals of the time, and though, so j far as known, there were then no carnivores capable of doing them so- t rious harm, yet they seem to have ! I disappeared suddenly from North J ' America. The animals of Oligocene time seem j | to have been abundant as well as [ varied in kind. Among the character- | Jstic animals of this epoch were prlmi- j five forms of rhinoceroses, peccaries, ruminants, camels, iusectivores and j opossums. Some of the flesh eaters ' of the preceding Eocene epoch had de \ eloped into true carnivores, including j manv forms of hoth doglike and cat- j like animals. The saber-toothed ticer. j Second Night AT CHAUTAUQUA TENTH ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM / 1912-1921 Season Tickets - - - $2.50 Al (JHKKM'.IUKH CIIAI TAIOIA I .? nn i ? ! W. Vji.. July .Mh-lL'th. i one of the most formidable enemies of primitive man, lir.st appeared in the Oligocene epoch. The horses whose history began with the diminutive four-toed Kohip pus eontinued in the Oligooene, in which tiiey were represented by many three-toed forms that were about as large as sheep. Hoglike anitmils were rather numerous, and although ninny of them were smaller than the modern 1 swine, some of them were very large. One of these was a formidable benst ' with curious protuberances on its , head, the use of which is not known, j Rhinoceroses similar to those now ' found in Africa and India lived in j w estern America, and other rhinoceros- 1 like animals were abundant. Took a Lashing. Tardy ? IJad a wordy battle uithi friend wife when I sneaked in this morning. Ilardy (smiling) ? Take the count ? Tardy ? Think I'm a lightning cal- i dilator? Rut offhand 1 should say she ! was entitled to the decision by about j 9,990 words. Openings. "If a boy has never told Ji lie. smte hltn fur President." "And if otherwise?" "Well, there's the diplomatic serv ice." Many Classes of Lircams. Tin* iv si r?? se\ era I distinct classes of dreams. which are: The? confusing fantastic ilri'iims; dreams we rci'oive sis :i warning !<? he on guard: sonic dreams lire <*r?*ji t through our nerv ous system when something is not In order in our hoily. These may come nffer eat lug heavy meals before bed time, cold feet. otr. These droanis nre t<> hring our reasoning power to notion. Some dreams are created through the power of fenr. Then we have the prophetic dreams. One kind of dreams we helieve they a re dreams are In actuality not dreams, hut actual experiences of the ego. which leave* the b?d> when at vleep and travels on in the menial world. Take "Movies" Seriously. Moving pielures are a nmrvel to the > South Sen islanders, according t <? a j recently returned visitor to that per- j lion of the glohe. The tragic part of ' the film Is too tinj'h for the natives. I he said, and there is so much weep- ( ing and groaning that a man litis to go up in the gallery and tell them that !l will all come out all right in the end. Tints assured, the audience proceeds to wipe up ami watch for further developments, and when the ' heroine Is rescued and Ihe villain Is j thtt arlod. pandemonium breaks loose, J for ! he people not only shout, hut j dunce with h<v. Just So. "Tic's got that Other fellow on the j hip." "Ycr ; lot) lioti'/Cll.'' Croesus' iMmerse Wealth <>?* su< was kiny ?.f l.ydm the middle of the sixth ivntury Wtore Christ, and. while most <>f <?ur man of I allluetice lifi::iii in comparative |n>ver ty. he inherited riches gathered ;>y a long Hue of wealthv ancestors, each of whom combined in his own person financier. monopolist ami king. Croesus, who inherited a fort.ine st. adily increasing through many jren 1 orations. ha<l control of wide rejijnis I of agriculture. rich mines nml the I eotnmerre of wealthy and populrus nations. If the monopoly of n single Industry ran now produce hundred* of millions In a single generation, J what could measure the wealth eom , ing from a monopoly of numy Indus ! tries for nearly two centuries? Philosopher Exonerated. .lean Jacques Rousseau. son of & watchmaker, born in Heneva, Switzer land. in 17111, is one of Geneva's hesc known celehrlties. He disapproved of the unjust distinction then made be tween the aristocracy anil the poorer * lasses, and as champion of Die latter he exposed his convictions In tha "Contrat Social." which, together with his "Emlle," was committed to tha flames by the public executioner. Rut the very descendants of his fierce op ponents erected a statue in his honor on the tiny island which he ? as nn almost pious devotee of nature ? loved so much, and which is now known as Rousseau's I v!o. j The Society Invasion. j " 'Sp:Ue* ScroggiiiB. ilie prize-fight j announcer, is wearing evening clothes j for ilio first time In his life." "He looks somewhat embarrassed." "Not more so than the referee. He j was so flabbergasted he addressed 'Spike' as 'mister.'" ? Birmingham | Age-Herald. oit.ee Ladies S^oUe. "Your wife used to object to your stnokiug." "Yes" replied Mr. Meekton. "That was before Henrietta became so in terested in great public questions. Now she has me light a pipe now and then so that when she makes a speech she won't mind the cigarette smoke in the audience." THE EXPERT PIPE F1TTTER i> the imM valuable asset a plumbinjr establishment. pos ? Pipe fi 1 1 i n ?_r is tho very heart of the trade. Wo make new piping, instal it. repair old pipes, and sell ami hiatal sanitary equipments <?!' ail kinds. '(Juic/: b>! name u/nf h<j nature' WHI TESIDE SUPPLY AND ENGINEERING GORP., 101 Main Street, Clifton Forge, Virginia. Phone ??77. BanK i < - X n t i " : i F5? CZ> O . -X r< i -. Alderson. W.Va, T. II. .1 AI'P.ETT. President. JOHN JUXCHMAN, Vice-Presid t (). I). M \SSF.V, Cjishier. C. I!- IIKDKICK. Asst. Cashier. Bsman Produce Co. WHOLESALE PRODUCE. ( I >? ? 1 1 1 1 ) 1 1 Lr Livery Hiiildinu, ) Ronccverte. W. Va. Offers the Best Market and the Highest Cash Price tor your Produce. Hotter, Cliirkenn, Turkeys, Wool, Ltitley, Knrs, and (iins-ciitr. Ask Your Dealer for It is wrapped in glazrcl paprr to protect it from the air. fclvery pa' kagc KMaranteed pure. Character, i * C. C. C. j Capacity, | Capital. \frhen a man goes into business and asks for credit his Three C s are investiga^ ted-? Character, Capacity, Capital. The re sult of this investigation determines his credit standing. 0O0 A young man, by beginning to save early, can in time provide capital, and it is safe to say that in the process of saving he will, by the time his capital is accu mulated, already have builded well his other two C's Character and Capacity. Money saving pays big divdiends. Try it. 3 pr. ct. Interest. 100 pr. ct. Safety. 100 pr. ct. Service. First NATIONAL Bank, ALDERSON. W. VA. I GREENBRIER CREAM, MADE BY The Ronceverte Ice and Produce Company in any Flavor. j Pure Pasteurized Cream. j O Phone 464, Ronceverte, for Price. Feeling "At Home." One of our ambitions is to have folks feel at home in this Bank; to cultvate geniality and good will; to promote that feeling that the Bank of Greenbrier is a home Institution, ready to serve our home people at all times. 0O0 You will always find a welcome here. You are entitled to our time and attention whether you bank here or elsewhere. 0O0 THE BANK of GREENBRIER, LEWISBURG WEST VIRGINIA. L. XT 1VI B E II I C figuring on Building or Repairing I can Save vou Money It" on FLOORING. " CEILING, SIDING, MOLDING, OAK and POP! AH TRIM JOHN J. T A I T. Planing Mill Product?. Alderaon, West Virgnia C. S. COFFMAN. D. D, S. X-Kiiy Kipiipmenl for Dcnt.il l?wli?t)iirg, W. V?. J. II. T. CUM MINGS, M. I>. Specialist Kyc, Kiip, None and Throw* Kittling ?f OloMCH. lliuton JiospitnJ