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Classified ads. may be telaphoned
and tvUT be charged and
Mil cent the following day If ]
your nxroe oppesrs In the tele- : jj ,
phone directory} ottm n4ja>
strictly cash with order.
This page Is closed promptly
st 11 o'clock a. m. Tour copy
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FOK RKXT?To gcntlemnn, one nicely furnished
large front room. In privute family,
-use of bath and both phones, six
minutes walk from courthouse. Cull Bell
phone 687-K.
FOR RENT?One furnished room. Apply
lit 151 Mechanic street.
3TOII RENT?Ouo large furnished front
room oil llrsc lloor to gentleman; about
three minutes walk from postolllce and
courthouse, in family of two. Call at 3115
South Second street.
FOR RENT?Two furnished rooms for
light'housekeeping, wit h use of hath aud
phone. Apply at 115 School street, or cull
Jtell phone KMi-.f.
FOR KENT?Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, all modern conveniences.
Apply at 306 North Sixth street.
Glen Elk. '' '
FOR RENT?Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, hot and cold water
in the rooms; use of bath and telephone.
Call nt 351 Jarvis street, or call Bell
phone 1005-R..
FOR KENT?To gentlemen, nicely furnished
front room; all modern conveniences.
Apply at 185 Mechanic street.
FOR RENT?Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping to parties without
children. Centrally located. Rent reasonable.
471 IV. Main .St.
FOR RENT -Two furnished rorns for light
housekeeping, sink in kitchen, private entrance,
use of bath and phone. Apply at
r? 1 ,.H .Urttl lint I
J10 n rail i uyiiir niicvt, ui vsiu xtcn
phone 164S-J.
1'OR RENT?Nicely furnished room, wltli
board in private family, near business
( . section. 410 J?ee street.
f OR RENT?One furnished room for sleeping
or light house keeping, bath and
phone, in sight of courthouse. Itent reasonable,
gentlemen preferred. Bell phone
1040-lt, l.r,S W. -Main St.
1'OR RENT?Two rooms for light lionseM
keeping. Apply at .'544 Jarvls street.
1'OR RENT?Two or three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, modern conveniences,
rent reasonable, five minutes walk
from courthouse. Apply at 12<t School
street, or call Hell phone 12D7-R, or
Consolidated 62t-I>.
FOR RENT?-Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping, one
: room exceptionally large; also one large
separate room. Apply at Hart land nvenue.
and Fourth street, or call Bell phone
1307-R. -
a I-. -??? & i A i r.
run httM i?s>iore nooms.
FOR REST?Store rom in North view, on
i- paved street, corner Seventh street. Best
location in Northvlew. Apply at Friedlander's,
119 Fourth street.
FOR KENT?At G45 West Tllse street, formerly
the Fulton Market store room find
: basement,: side, entrance to basement, best
; location for n good store. John Wlialen.
| 333 South Second street. Bell phone 1S9-R.
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r FOB* RENT?* ^ ?"
Store room 338 W. Main St., $22.50.
3 room cottage. Factory: St.; $14.00.
d room house. Brown St., $21.30.
C. C. McCarty, McCarty Bhlg., Bell
phone 72-J.
FOB BENT?Beautiful little four room unfurnished
apartment, oil Mllford street,
Stealey Heights, Ave minutes walk from
car Hue. - Kent very reasonable. Address
by letter, "J. J.," care Telegram office.
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FOB BENT?Three rooms and hath, close
In for $12.50 per montli, water rent paid.
Bell phone ?99. '
FURNISHED HOUSE?An exceptional opportunity
for a couple without Children
for a short time, one or two months.
Six room residence, close in. completely
furnished, including everything. Owner
to occupy one bed room. $30.00 per month
for congenial couple. Address by letter
only. "Furnished Tlonsc," care Telegram
! > office.
FOR REXT?One new house, with .largo
basement, six rooms and bath, front and
back porches and yard. Must be Been to
be appreciated, water rent paid. 520.00
month. No. 200 Second avenue. Point
Comfort-. K. F. Weekly. S. Chestnut St.
FOR REKT?One six room, with bath and
$20.00 and one now four room cbttnge.
at Norwood addition. Glenn H. Waters,
300 Prunty Bldg.. Pell phone 1327-J.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE?On farm, cheap
to rpilck buyer, bran new cottage with
well of water at the door and nice big
lot, third house back of Tuna Hotel, on
Railroad St. For further Information,
write to P. O. Box 01, Masontown, W. Va.
Or call and see property. Can be bought
on the Installment plau.
FARM FOR SAbP^^onslstlUK^Tlorfl^es?
adjoining B. & O. railroad, between
Bristol and Wolf Summit; about 130
acres grarfng land, balance timber. Onethird
down, balance one and two years.
No reasonable offer refused. Call on or
1 address H. J. Dukon. R. F. D. No. 2.
Bristol, "W. Va.
FARM FOR SALE?200 acres. 73: acres boltom,
tile drained, hill land rich, no waste.
Coal and minerals. -Splendid buildings,
fruit, and timber. One mile from Nations!
road, brick paved to Wheeling,
30 miles. ?Q0 p'er acre. L. F. Bailey &
Hons, Tacoma, Ohio.
FOR SALE?2% acres of Innd, located in
Norwood addition; small cottage. untln'f
uhed; apple orchard, bearing, good well
if water outbuildings^ one cow with
once.*0Addr&s111' cf* ll."1' tmro^Telegram
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e'OB SALli?Lot on Seventh street, Colonial
Heights, near Wanhinston Irving high
school; must have the money, will sacrinee
ir sola at once. Apply at -178 ! ??
ruii om*.*-?'iiiohiii'iaticuui
FOR SALS?A cood horse and alugle was
on. Apply ut Clemm's *Yall X'nper Store,
-lid West Main St.
POK SAX. tO?Underwood typewriter In good 1
cotiutuou; very reaaouahle prtco K. A. ;
IV* kirriUlL I'itv 1^*11 mmiiu 1
FOR SALF?Oil and Gas Lear
es, poa! Options, Oil ^nd Ga
Assignments, House Leases
Trespass Cards, Huntiiu
permits, For Saie Cards, For
Rent Cards and Justice's
supplies, Clarksburg Tele
Gram of Fee,
XOTICK?We, will ?*ontract, in Harrison'
county for the -sale of .TeflVry Automobiles
and trucks with un aggressive
salesman or dealer. Address, H. A. Miller.
Capital Cur Company, H25 Market St.,
Wheeling. W. Va.
FOIt SALE?Sanitary roll top (leak, never
been nsed. Cost $2;",. will tnke $15. Address
by letter "It. H. It.," cure Telegram
FOK SALE?~M eat market and grocery, doing
$.1,000 to $1,500 per month: nil cash.
Iteason for selling:, have other business.
Takes $.1,000 to $1,500 to lmndle this.
Address "X.," care Telegram oflice.
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FOK SACK?One dark room outfit. Everything
for developing pictures. Inquire
I'Jke News Com puny.
FOR SALE?Finedurkeys, alive
or dressed, to order. Market
price. Call Consolidated
phone 510.
PUBLIC SALE?Saturday, December
2, at 10 o'clock A. M., at George
It. Criss's, Adamston, W. Va.: 1
iron safe, 2 moat blocks, 1 meat,
grinder, 1 large refrigerator, 2
pair of scales, 1 heating stove, 2
road wagons, 2 spotted horses, 1
pony, 1 meat wagon, 1 lot of harness,
1 lot butcher tools. 1 lot of
milk cows, 1 lot of meat hangers,
1 buckboard, 1 transfer .wagon.
Robert McClung, C. H. C.
FOR SAl?l?-?At a bargain. Ford
touring car, in good condition,
must be sold this week, ask the
man at the Tire Shop, 222 S. Second
street. Bell phone 9 09.
Twenty-four numbers of the Cosmopolitan
for only $2.00 if yon hurry. January
.1st-the subscription prices goes to $2.00.
a year?20e on the news-stand.; Bell 701-Ri
(irnoe 13.. Kcyes.
WANTED? Mis^ilarfeous
TAKE NOTICE? December 1st. l?i(6, Ainicon
(Commission Co.. Wholesale Fruits
and Produce, having sold out, will, surrender
its business location and stock
to Its successors, Sliingleton Bros. All
creditors are hereby requested to present
their statements for Immediate payment.
All customers owing the Amicon Com
mission Company are hereby requested
to,arrange prompt payment to the Amieon
Commission Co. "We desire to extend
our thanks to the trade for their
patronage and ask that you continue the
same with our successors who will take
care of your needs in quality, price arid
CO.. James D. Cardillo, Manager.
WAMTED?fremaie Help
WANTED?Cook and dining room girl.
Apply at once at Kesster Hospital.
WANTED?Girl, to do upstairs work and
help take care of children. Good wages
to the right person. Apply at *142 West
Pike street.
WA NTE D?Girl for general housework,
good wages. Mrs. C. S. Hornor, New
Fair Grounds. Stop 2J>, Both phones.
WANTED?Middle aged woman for general
housework, no small children. Apply
to W. A. Itrowa, Stop 255, New Fair
Ground Addition.
WANTED?Girl, steady work ' and good
pay. Apply at 124 South Second St."
WANTED?Competent colored girl or woman.
for general housework in family of
three; no laundry work. Must have reference.
Apniv at Martin Hros.. Main St.
WANTED?faare Heip
WANTED?Coal miners. Teter.
W. Va., development rating
with B. & 0. railroad, which
gets cars up to requirements
daily, 75c per car. Steady
work, good wages, houses,
etc. Pleasant Valley Coal
Mining Co., 825 Goff Bldg.,
Clarksburg, W. Va. _
man. Apply at Smithy's Restaur-!
WANTED AT ONCE?A .short order
cook. Apply at Norwood Cafe, at
end of Bfoad Oaks car line.
"WANTED?An experienced shoe clerk, with
reference, Address by letter "L" caVe
We need coal loaders at Gilbert'
Mine, Rosebud, W. Va., Renco
Mine, Lorentz, W. Va.,
and Teter Mine, Teter, W.
Va. At Lorentz and Teter,
we are on a development ba,
sis as to railroad cars and
can assure good men steady
work at highest rates -of pay,
as we always get cars. We
don't want -loafers, but we
want men that mean business
and who appreciate fair
treatment. Call either at the
Mines or see Pool-Townsend
. \ i 1. \
People Are Very Prosperous.
And no trouble for any
working man to secure
work if he really wishes to
work. Of course we always
have drones and nlalcontents
who never work or
wish to work. But it is a
fact that a real workman
does not have to look for a
job. Now every one of you
remember when times
were not so good and if
you over expert to owxi
von r home you had better
start today. I have for
sale, 3 large rooms, bath,
pantry and closets. No. 3
' Elk Terrace, $1^LOO. $100
cash, balance $20.00 per
month. Think a while.
WAXTKT* TO RTOMT-? Room tor Htrlit
housi-keoplnff, rent rensotiublp. A'ddr<if?s
"jr. T. .7." c?re Tefnjrrntn. J>o not npj>l>
in jiorson.
?_ i ~I_J -i_ ?i_i ~i^_ -_i -)i i ~i i1 ~ ~ ~i_ i?i ~ii ~ -i i ? i 11 ? ? -iiIF
YOU-have any Parcels you want
delivered, call Bell phone 188-R.
?::??1 , ~-rrr
WOT^be wirSoin?" Moifsnft' i ~*c
commodate ererybody, ay loaalnf money
on watches, diamonds. jewelry, musical
c-" fi>H. JH*. .reweler
~WAN"i?D To?uY
Write or phone Anchor Mills,
770 West Pike St., Clarksburg,
W. Va.
WANTED TO BIT??Veal calves and
fat hogs. Phone or write Gaudy
Provision Company, Clarksburg,
W. Va:.
NOVEMBER 30 is the list day yon can get
the Good Housekeeping Magazine two
years for $2.00. Be quick. Bell 701-ft
Grace E. Keyes.
i i
"Get a policy, and then hold on
to it. It means self-respect, it
meanS that nobody will have to
put something In a hat for you or
your dependent ones if you should
be snatched away from them."
Our policies have a disability rider
attached that pays you ?5.00 per
week on each ? 1,000 Insurance for
sickness from any cause. Let me
explain our Multi-form policy to
you. "
809 Union National Bank Bldg.
BELL 717
E. L. ROGERS, District Manager,
Lime, p? aster, cement, sand, sewer
pipe, etc. Prices right, quality and
service our specialty. Both phones.
G. M. "WEST. Feed Supply Store.
. . .
Pay Your City Taxes
If you have not paid
your City Taxes, do so '
before Bee. 1st, and
, save 2y2 per cent discount.
The City Treasurer's
office in the Colonial
building, Main St.,
will keep open in the
evening from 6:30 to
8:30 o'clock until the
above date, to receive
your taxes.
Veterinary Surgeon I
Is now located at 1
BELLi PHONE 1216 f
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1 Ads. A.]
\VANTK15 TO LOCATK?Interest to him
requires the address Of Kddle Frnxter.
Persona kuowlnjr, will kindly ostumunlcato
wlih W. K. Hard in an, 300 Mtlford
street, t'larksburjr. W, Vn.
2 year* old, color rod. white spot ?u
rlnht aide, haa horns, tinder communicate
with Angiola Maria Mernmll, ?t
Norwood. Fair Grounds Addition,
Clarksburg. W. Vn.
LOST?Saturday night. between the Pa lure
] Theatre and lnterurban stution, h black
money purse, containing $13.00, and some
little change: two S5 bills, two $l bills,
j one sliver dollar. Please leave same at
; Telegram otllce and tret liberal reward.
? ?? (
llnddlx, when last heard Trotn she was at i
Iteynoldsville, \\\ V?. Aay luforrnntloa i
of Iter whereabouts will be thankfully j
received by her brother, .lease Morrison,
Eversoii. W. V)(. |
UCI r?s 1?r rr m-rr-rv
ntlr vvmivicu
MI3N AND LADIES lenm barber trade. j
bobbing lialr Included, wukch while j
learning-, low niton thin month, tool*
gl\-en. pofltlouH furnished. Write for
catalog. The Lender liiirber College,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
1'OSlTlON WANTKD?By young Indy atenogrnpher.
several years experience. Deferences
given. Inquire nt Telegram ofilc.
I You Are I
Invfoed I
to nmlce n personal and critical fi.
examination of our complete H
Fall Showing of Style-Crart
Coats and Suits.
l No. 246. A very swagger coat 8
ffl in the famous and much-wanted j
5? Bolivia cloth; cape collar, yoke H
?1 back, novel/ cuffs; full lined p
B -with Peau de Cygne. Furnished H
n in all the popular Fall shades, g
building lots foe homes, or for lnvestment,
are being sold at prices
ranging from *100 to *250.
Situated nt Ilepzlbnh, a growing
little town, not far from this city, on
the Clarksburg and Fairmont street
car line. Many new homes have
? been built here In the past few
months, and others are" under construction.
Improvements are going
on nil the way from Clarksburg to
Shlnnston. and HepzlbAh being an
intermediate town, will naturally
grow surprisingly In the next few
years. A small Investment here will
bring a splendid return. A nice place
to live, church, school, stores, postoffice,
etc. Small cash payment and
monthly Installments, will make yon fl
owner of a nice lot. You will hardly B
miss the money. , H
701 OoT BIdf. Clarksburg, W. Ta. g
1 For this week only we | ;
I offer large can Kraut, 1
best grade, for , \"^ |
The* (Store that sells H
everything you need to I
Iways Br
WANTED?Good live agents
to represent us in every
town and village in We?;
. Virginia, where we do not A
now have an agency. Write p
for rates, etc. We have the r
largest and best-equipped r
i i i? ?i
launary m tne state. uurasv
parcel post department is I j u
very popular and conven- j
ieut to families and smai- tv
agencies in the rural sec- ?
tions of the state. Give us a 0
trial. Empire Laundry Co.,
Clarksburg; W. Va. f
Notice In hereby given that at n mwtlng
of the stockholders of t?. W. Southern
not) Sons, Inv., a corporation created and
organized under the lows of the Stute of
IVi'M Virginia. hold nt the principal olllco
of said corporation, In the City of Clarkaburg,
on i he twenty - sevaiit.lt day of No void- f
her. lOUl, the following resolutions wore .
adopted: c
n.?.iivod. ilrsl, That (J. \\\ Southern
mid Sons, Inc., a corporation created and
organized tinder tlie laws of the state of
West Virginia, does hereby discontinue
business us n corop ration and surrenders
to said atnte Us charier and corporate
franchises. That the liouril of l?lrector* i
proceed to convert the property, chosos In
action and nil asset* of Mils corporation
into cash, and pay off mid discharge all Us
debts, liabilities nticl obligations. au<l nf- l:
tor fully dschitrglng all such debts, 1I?hiHtles
and obligations dvlde the renialndwr
among the stockholders pro rntn with their
several holdings of stock, but 110 such
payment, shall bo made to any stockholder
until ufter the publication.., of the notice
herein provided. C
llt*snlviul Ntwmul Thiil I ho nrruitilciit nt m
tills corporaUou cause notice of the adon- t
tlou of the foregoing i^nlui ton to ho mill- 1
llsheil In some newspaper of general eircu- r
Intlon, published near tin* principal olllce
or plnco of business of tliis corporation,
oncou week for four Rueeesslve weeks, and
that ho certify thcso resolutions to tho
secretary of state of the State of West
Vlrnlnlii, and deliver to him a certiorate
showing the publication of said notice, as ,
provided hy law.
t.iven under my hand this twenty-seventh ,
day of November, Tllld.
President of (1. W: Southern nnd Sotia, trie. r
II. T. SpUTUKRN', Secretary.
_ _
All persons having claims against 0
the estate of Burton B. Clapsaddle, tic- >
consea, or arc inaemca to Haiti estate jj
will pleaso present their claims to or j
mafic settlement with the Clarksburg
Trust Company, administrator of the ^
said estate. ^
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Koricie or .ii diciar, hai.k. n
Pursuant to thn authority vented In me t
by a decree made nnd entered on tl?u 7th y
day of September, 1010, by the Circuit K
Court of Harrison County. Went Virginia, ?
In the Chancery cause therein peudlug of ?
isuite J,. Duvlsson and others against lier- J"
berfc llutsoti and others, the undersigned t
Special Commissioner will on v
at one o'clock lu the nfternoon of that duy
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to J1
the highest bidder, at the front door of t
the court house of said Harrison County,
nil the following described three tracts or
parcels of land, situate and being on Itock
Camp Creek. lu SurdlM District, Harrison C
County, West Virgin!a, directed to he sold h
by an id decree, to-wit: (
FIltST: That certuiu tract or parcel of v
laud containing llfty-seven and one-half v
(07%) acres, adjoining lands of Af. A. Den- o
ulsoii and others, and being a part of the
real estate of which Martha A, Smith, now ?
deceased, died seized and possessed, having
been conveyed to the said Mjirthu A. Smith C
by Leonldas II. Smith and Charlotte C, _
Smith. Ills wife, hr ilml dntoil Hie isrh ilnv ?
of September, 1883. und of record In the
office of the County Clerk of said Harrison .
County, in Deed Book No. 07 at page 1(13. u
There will be rrtterved and excepted from a
the above land all the Pittsburg: Vein; or t
stratum or coal contained therein together
with the usual and necessary rights and privileges
for the production and market- ~
lug of aald coal ns conveyed by the suld
Martha A. Smith and Joslah P. Smith In
their lifetime to Joseph R. Barnes and Alfred
J. Cochran by deed dated the 1st day
of January, 1001. and of record In said
County Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 122
at page 80.
SECOND: Tknt certain tract of land, containing
six and' one-half (0%) acres, and
Jlfteen poles, more or less, adjoining a lot
known as Miller's Chnpel Church Dot. near
the mouth of Rock Camp Creek, and being
the Bame land that whs conveyed to Martha
A. Smith, now decenned, by E. M.
Darlsson and Margaret A. Davlsson, bli
wife, by deed dated the 12th day of December.
1S85, and of record In said county
clerk's office In Deed Book No, 71, page
There will be reserved and excepted from
said six and one-half acres and 23 poles
of land nil the coal In. on or underlying
said land, together with the right to mlnp,
extract and remove all the coal without
liability for any dnmago that may be done
to the residue of snld land by reason of
such mining operations, said coal and mining
rights having been conveyed, by the
said Martha A. Smith nnd^Joslah P. Smith,
her husband, to Beesoa H. Brown by deed
dnted the 21st day of August, 1803. and of
record in sold county clerk's office In Deed
Book No. 00 at page 30. There will nlno bo
reserved from sola tract of land one-half
of the oil royalty and one-half of the natural
gas royalty, the same having been
conveyed from said land by the sald Martha
A. Smith and husband to N. R. Morrison
and others by deed dated the 30th
day of January, 1000,' of record la said
eonuty clerk's office In Deed Book 112, page
THIRD: That certain lot or parcel of
land containing about one-half acre, lying
at the mouth of Rock Camp Creek, ad- m
I Another?the greatest'
I have yet offered in pianos.
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I We have secured a BI
| right piano, used as a mam
scratch on it. Fully guarai
We offer this highgradoms
ufacturer's cost. Must be s<
have several customers wh
gains we have sold m pianot
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Wo huvo Tour lots, 40x140 each, on
Iain street, Goff Plaza extension,
aved street In front and alley in
ear. Ono lot has alloy on side and
ear. This lot wo will sell for
rlth $250 cash, balance easy puylents,
and the other thre lots at
St.lKSO Each
Ith a cash payment of $150 and the
alanco in 1. 2, 3 and 4 years. Never
eforo has audi an opportunity boon
ffered for home or investment; These
ots rue almost level and within 500
eot of lots that sold for throe, four
nd live thousand dollars. Let us
how you these lota. Don't delay or
ou will miss a chance of owning a
:ood lot at a low price.
$1,250 l>uya a four-room cottage,
Inlalied In oalc. with slate roof. Small
aah payment, balance like rent.
i'Hi^u?ilr sTiiKi<rr.
Five room house with bath on lot
0x92 foot.
Price $2,400
$200 crsIi, balance monthly paynentH.
JlrondiluN A'dhltJoii.
House renting at $24.00 per month
:un be bought ho you can make 12
ler cent on the Investment. Will
ako a good automobile as part pnynent.
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Ganeral Iniunince Aeitnti.
lell Phone 1008. Home Phone 4-Y
Firth Floor. CoIT mac.
olniiiff trnct above described, and being
he same land that was conveyed to Hie
iii<l Martha A. Smith by Anion tUvIger mid
thers, trustees of Miller's Chapel of the
lethodiHt Kplacopnl Church, by deed dntd
tlio ililth day of March. lltOO. and of recrd
la said county clerk's ofllco in Deed
look No. 315 at pone 217.
All the above described three tracts of
and being the real estate of whlcb Martha
i. Smith, deceased, died seised.
Ktieh of wild parcels of land will be
obi separately.
TIC J t MS OK SALK: One-third of the
urcliuse money cash on day of sale, onebird
in one year, and ouiMhlrd in two
ears from tho data of snhv the purehnsei
ivlng bis promissory notes with good peronat
security for the deferred Installments
t the purchase money, due and payable
,'lth interest from their date, in one ami
wo years respectively after their date, a
sudor's lien will bo retained to fnrthei
ecu re the payments of said notes.
The purchaser of any of said trncts Of
and may pay all of the purchase price
hereof cash on day of sale if ho so electa
Special Commlaaloner.
The undersigned clerk of the Circuit
'onef Af Tftipptann fnnntr WaoI".1 Vlrcrfntn
ereby certlfle* thnt tin* nbovn ! Special
lommisfdouet* haa executed before mo bond
,'lth npprovcd aeoiirltyln tho penalty arid
ritli tha conditions required by the tiecreo
( anlo In: the above; mentioned caiiw*.
GItcti under my band tblntlio Sftth day
f November. lOIfl. ? t
;ierk of the Circuit Court or Ilarrlaon
County. We?t Virginia.
Portable power plants up to fifty- ;
orsepower that use rude oil for fuel
re coming Into common ubg in
Ladie,s Why Not Have a
Tailor Made Coat?
Wo make them any style you
wish of any kind of material
you wish from $1 to $20 less
than what you can buy them
for any place else. Made by
experienced Tailors.' All work
guaranteed. ,
We oIbo make coat-suits,
dresses, waists, or anything
in the dress-making line.
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We do all kinds of repair :
: work on garments., Come in
and'see us beforeyou buy; or
before throwing your old coat
away if you wish to have it
mane over. V
, - 118
South. Second Street.
Next Door to Gas Office?
The House That Gives Value
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of the many /bargains we
IAMD -HEW $400.00 up?
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afadnrer's sample, not a
iteed in every particular,
tniment at- less tnan man- >
3entooe appreciate*!. Xs
o testify to the rare Va
i, and- we recommend t-li
?i o n
, . 30 WORDS
? I4c on r,ES8 ign|
Hopes Is
don't m: iit>pi;i,i;ss
Junior Street, Xcar South Chetftnut:;;!:fi|||^
We offer ft two story frame dwell
ing with six rooms ami bath, slate
roof, finished in oak, on lot 50x80
foot. The price is only
SI .050 Keasonable Tonus
Hurry, Grab This One
A small business stand at a sacnffg^H
lice, will pay for itself in short time.
Novr doing good business and ownw||S
has best roason for selling. This is a
small confectionary store. Good location
and small rent.
On Wilsonlmrg Car ldne Stop
Wo "have two 4-room cottages, enclt|J(|
ntcoiy finished and a well, at*
house. The two cottages, and;Nl..^^S
acres of ground, all for
$B,000?Tliink of ItTHE
R?aJ Estate and Insurant!
O. D. Floyd, Mgr.
Rooms 305-307 Gaff Blda.
| Glen Elk Lumber Co, |
Johnson-Garrett Company.)
All kinds of building ; niater
tal. Planing Mill Work otl^B
kinds. Everything with which
to build a house. No Matter
what yon need In Lumber 'wr.
bavo It and at the^rlghft' prices.
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