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Grocers—Clean ami tuclenu In (the November number. Wo man's Home Companion glve3 these impressive figure*! in its campaign for clean grocery stores; “There are elgh»y-fonr million people in the Ihiite! St«t< *. For Utelr food twelve billion dollus* are *i*Qt annually. 'Eighty-four million noauachs to be fed this year at a com of twelve billion dollars. Allowing as a small, average that half the marketing will t»* done by mail, telephone or through Holleitora an 1 children, for ty two million people will be fed by' women who do not know or do not ' their grocer*; and slx bougOli with the supervision of the woman who know* her grocer. Thta fcod, distributed by grocers, clean ‘anil uuclfuu, Include* nearly 3.000,-j 000 torn of sugar. 834.667.023 j pounds of coffee, 173.000.000 pounds of prunes. 17.885.768 bushels of rice 84,000,000 barrels of flour and 84.-! 000,000 )K>unds of tea. worth of food will be All or these commodities must be handled by various rtwks and delivery men before they pass from the grocery store to your pantry. Don’t you think It is about time you got acquainted with your grocer and hi* helpers? Are -hire uum and boys who handle the food for your family worthy of trust? The Winter Muffs. Muffs are exceedingly graceful is design this year, and while flat ef Xe< ts are still seen the round muff la gradually asserting Itself—not the actual small, round, old-fashioned muff, of oourse. but rather a com*. premia^ between this model and the , lat*'r flat style. One such muff is a partly rounded affair made of er-1 mine, and trimmed with mink, two entire bodies being used. These bod ies start under the heads, curve up-! ward, and then take opposite direc tions. pointing downward, ending gracefully in tiny toils.—Woman’s Home Companion for November. — ROOURA' LIVERWORT TAR AND OANOHALAOUA For the complete cure of Doughs, Colds, Asthma and Dronshltla and all Lung complaints tendering to Consumption, LIVER WORTH, TAR AND WILD CHERRY, have Cor ages maintained an established reputation as s standard Cough Remedy. It con tains no opium or harmful drug, oan be given with safety to children. Prtce li.uO monitor flour is man clam. Ucu TO QKK A COIJi. I ti< «4u»*iiiun of hor to cure a i eolj without unnecos -sry loss of tun is one lo which we are all more r leas interested, for the quicker cold is gotten rid of the lea* the anger ot ;D< umoaia aou^Tther serl >u* diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of ; Warerly, Va . has used Thamber lain e Cough for years and 1 firmly believe Chamber lain‘a Cough Remedy to be abso lutely the tx**t preparation on the market for colds. i have recom mended It to ray friends and they all agree with me.” For sale by The White Pharmacy. "Alcohol wiw furnish the power of the fu'ure." s; . m<j engineer. V* .J., rep!. * iLv tt.Ur!a!, il bop*.* it won’t affect thu running gear of a machine like it does a man’s ; -Waahington Star. JLTXSk, SPRAINS AND SWELIr INtiN C'IKU). “In old and bad tnr t*ainsy. My throat : wng swollen so I couid hardly 1 breathe. I applied Chamberlain's *aln Halm and it gave me relief In short time. In two days a was all lKht.” says Mrs. L. Cousins, Otter •urn, Mich. Chamberlain’s Pain 1 *alm is a liniment and is especially valuable for sprains and swellings. For sale by TTie White Pharmacy. Corner Princeton Ave. and Dland 3t Yesterday, said tho minister, "1 j married six young couples In an hour. How's that for rapid work?"! Rapid?” replied the yachtsman. ! "Huh! six knots an hour is uothlug to brag about.”—Philadelphia Press. CAT A HltH THAT CONTAIN MHItCURY. As mercury will surely destroy the enBe of smell and completely de range the whole system when en ering It through the mucous sur aces. Such articles should never be ised except on prescriptions from •eputable physicians, as the damage hey will do Is ten fold to the good ou nan possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured y F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mercury, and Is taken nternally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. in o-ying Hall’s Catarrh Curs be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A 1 Co. Testimonials free. •er bottle. Take Hall’s Falmly Pills for non- ( t! pat Ion. <»•* HOUJ CA.*. til.Nil OOL1 I A® every on© la liable to oaten a cola aim a* colds art dangerous be *us«* they may terminate iu ob.'onU throat or luug durante. Kv«ry on* houlu be ioienvied m'laaritiK how o avoid colds The way is simple Vover sleep too cold. uover fait .CV**p iu a cola room, or while sit log in a cold draft, aever sit or 1W Q a cold room or a cold draft. Nt •n© ever catch©# a cold when the sody and wind are active, no mattei hor* coiJ one may get. If you art i a^Ptrlug from a cold o.r Ita effects K.vdale’ Cough Elixir Is the quickest nd itest remedy you esu uae. Ry dales Cough RUxtr Is sold under a gusrantee. 26 and 60 eta. a bottle For sal© by The White Pharmacy Cor. Hland atreet and Princeton ava ‘‘Father la purty thoughtful.” •‘So?” _ ‘‘Never tells auy bad n£wa at, home. Jest sot* around «n‘ groans an' shakes his head 'till mother la party nigh craxy. Yea. father Is what I call a thoughtful man.”— Washington Herald. HEARTBURN AND 80UR STOMACH JL’ICKLY RKMKVlii AVI) PERM ANENTLY CI RRI) 1IY HY DARK'S •STOMACH TABLETS. Heartburn and boar ttromnch are caused by au acid o» aour condition ot the stomach Quirk relief is ob tained from these distressing symp toms ot Indigestion by taking one or two tablets when needed. Taken regularly after meats they tone and strengthen the stomach and enable t to digest the food and prevent fer mentation, which Is the cause of heait-burn and sour stomach. Sold and guaranteed by The White Phar uavy, Cor. Prlncetln ave. and bland str»-et. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS I now have tax tickets for the year of 1907. All purges dosklng to pay their taxes ean save 2 1-2 per cent by coming fsrward and paying promptly. De not delay but pay your taxes and thereby nave the penalty of 10 per sent. Interest, which will be charged after January 1, 1907. Office hour* from 8:00 a. mi to 12 00 p. in.; from 1:30 p. in. to 6:00 p. m. Yours ve£y truly, W. P. HAWLKY, I Deputy Sheriff. 10-Htf IJSK MONITOR PrTAHRlZRI) SOLDICK WOMEX. * Th ■ i i iM only woman who I* tltrollod ; as a veteran Is \ll«« Mary*A. Ha)), | vi\andlere of Camp No. 436. Cult*- 1 V u.'«'derate veterans. This active fun.ale soldier of tlxo Confederacy 1* one of the most popular ani Int'r e «ina tlgnre*. of tho reunion. She w ‘ir>i the full Confederate uniform ex pt that the trousers are replace * \v a skirt of th**_ Confederate gray. Her head is covered by the reguU-1 tlon hat worn by the soldiers of the Georgia camps, and around her waist is a belt of gold buttou* clasped with a buekln worn by her brother who was killed in battle at Mur fre*«boro, he being a member of Cox s battalion of sharpshooters. M1 Hall’s confederate coat Is cov er© ' with balges of the old vets, and in her hair she wears the Con federate colors. This much loved woman is tho ou ly ono of her sox who Is a full mom* hur of a camp of Confederate veter an? and Is always one of the most important personages at reunions, a place of honor being given her on all occasions. She has attended ev orv reunion since iho flr«t ono anil | saj's so long ay she can walk or | crawl «he will never miss one. Al though getting advance In years and j njt In the boat physical health, the brave little woman takes part in all parades, mnrohing for miles with her camp, being cheered as she pnss* c I, dignified and .serene In her uni-1 form of gray. In her homo In the city of Auguste Oa., Miss Hall 1h loved by all ulvc> I know her nnd Is recognised us one of God's noble women. She la over I realy to lend a helping hand to the! ne <Jy and distressed, lot them be within or without her camp. She It I the recognised custodian of the ling and has personally placed more than ! TOO silken emblems on the graves j of Confederate*. Mias Hall has never taken the loath of allegiance, and declares that ; die never will. The, buttons In bei i bel- are those of each state and ap ! "°nt* in til® order in which they se* ! i '■’edfvl from lh© Union. She is reoelv-! j lng every a tent ion at the hands j of the veturaus und the people oft | Richmond, all of whom have given | her a warm and enthusiastic wol-! j come to the reunion and to iho city. A greater number of women than one would suppose hid their sex b> donning man's attiro nnd going u», the. war to flrht for the Confederate , I and Union sides. A record * as kept at the war de paitment during th© Civil war ol j these "women uohllors," and the j j data are both peculiar and Inter- j citing. Physical examinations for! j enlistment at that time did not amount *to much—Just ill rocrult-1 iu« officer* eye meaiuroment of ihe a Ppi • i g IlkhM. If lllO Hpl'UlMM approxliuat* | ,5 fvo* In height «ud not obvloualy blluU, Unit. Uni* «* deaf and dumb, plniisfon to the rank® wag given. and this man' particularly tho case when the ear. l>nd beon in progress a couple of i yeara. Tho wonder doe* not. there fore seom no great that a couald orabl number of women actually »«>1 e-.red un unifoi luei men during the Civil war.—Now York TlUiea. BllUoua Jim grew «o thin He hardly \tade a shadow, One day a frittf presented him With Rydele’a Liver Tablets. took the hint, began t. dr uae. , And tbia la what befell him de grew tto fat, neither ahoea nor ttat Could l>o found to flt him MORAL—-Don't make your wills Hut euro your Ills, By using Rydale's Liver Pills. RO chocolate coated tablets In a con veulen* boa. Price only 26 cents. Fasy to take, plcnwant In affeota. «afo sure. We guaranteo them. for snle by The White Pharmacy, V>r. Bland street and Princeton ave. TO EXTERMINATE INFECTED COWS. Washington. Oct. 29.»—In an effort •to exterminate bovine tuborculosls. thousands of Infected oowh will be Kill'xl within the u«»xt tow mouths, by order of Secretary Wilson, of the department of agriculture. Thlt 1>1jhj has been broached to President RooseveM, lind has received his of ficial Indorsement. Recent testa ma<U by the depaft niont of agriculture of the effect* ol Hie use of milk from diseased cows, especially on babies, have resulted In reports of such an alarming na turo that Secretary Wilson has de cided that the public welfare de mauds the elimination of the plague. Manv cows have already been killed In the district of Columbia and the ferrirorb a, whore Secretry Wilson has the power <to luforce tli<» puroj food laws. In the states. whore t.he government pifre food Uw Is In operative. the secretory will luvoks the powers of the Interstate com ttferce commission, which forbids the shipment of ruilk that has not beeu j •tested from one »lnle to another. Rather than have the markets closed •o them, It Is believed that.dairymen will submit to have their herds ex- j amtned by government experts, and <ho diseased cows destroyed. Ths shipment of uiilnspoclo’d milch oows I from one state to another will also! be prevented, and cheese and butter may also he affocted by tho proposed regulations. I I'ltloi I ■ *r *>u turf »!<•* * I rt -orinf l*n • • >v .. fr** *>h*t>,c V >■ < iLOOK o«i « f f i vurm* •ill M >n A i a. t •mi citwr. a. In tS« Sdeuiatc JJnicrlcan. A. h»n<1*c<ni«if wneklf. I.»rr«* :«•» otlUUuil «•( uny ■ninllliii liiuint). Twrui \ a Mir WmivtliH, |l. Lf «kil |k £ C3 Kswj'rf •lf%nch r >, *"*5 Y1 +* n MODELBARBER SHOP SIX WHITE ARTISTS BATHS KlfiU.EY * MOVER HI,DO. Have Your Wiring and Electrical Work DONE BY THE INTERMONT ELECTRIC COMPANY We guarantee our work to meet the requirement* of the National Board of Fire Underwriters and City inspector. "No 7 Tazewell Street. Prices Ri|)tt PHONE 212. 11 ■■■■'■■■■■■■ i ' — - ...i.. ■.■■i.—i , W. E. & E. L. SHUFFI EBARGER ARCHITECTS Satisfaction Guaranteed RottQ)S 6 and 7 Soliu Building, Hluefleld, 'N. Va. Phone < i ; YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WHH THE KLUSH INSTALMENT HOUSE -DKALKRS IN Furailuri, Carpet*, Mattings, Ru^b, Stove*, Firtures, Clock*, Ornaments, La« •* Curtain*, IHlaakats, Comfarta,Ctiinuware, and all kinds of Rousekold Goods. Richest Pricr* Paul for old Faraituia. No. 19 Bluafleld Avenue. 'Phone No. 214. BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA. ANNOUNCEMENT to the Intelligent Investor and H orne-Seeker. Property is Now on the Marker i Do you know where It is? What it is? What it is destined to be? Listen! I his property is located in the WEST END, inside city limits, IMMEDIATELY ON CAR LINE, only a few minutes from the business section of the city. Joins property of Bluefieid Water Works and Improvement Company, and is the ONLY desirable and logical RESIDEN I \L SECTION of progressive Bluefieid. Wide, well graded streets, city water, lights, sewerage and ALL Cl I Y ADJUNClS. I he only strictly desirable location left for the busy man’s home. Just far enough from—just near enough to—the busy hum of the city. j* 3^ Rparl nn* Pleasures with City Conveniences. Beautiful Home-Sites, iioau uili Sufficient restrictions to insure HEALTHFUL, SOCIAL environments. borne Pertinent Remarks: Do we employ a brass band and a “silver” tongued orator auctioneer? Not much! No free I- is or free lunches. Did you ever get something fo nothing? Do prize packages accompany diamonds or g. Id dollars? Why pay the fiddler? ^ 3. Intrinsic Values ar. in these lots—values which will inc ease wi.h Bluefield’s growth and which can NEVER depreciate. DO YOU CiHi I HE IDEA? Nature is the landscape artist for this beautiful section. Enterprise, thrift, and refinement will do the rest ^ome m ana >ook at the map. Let us take you over the property. You don’t buy a “pig in a poke' or a goat farm. C. O’Leary &. Jon, lien’l Agents, Blueiield IK. Va. * Call at No. 6 Higginbotham Ave. Write Lock Box 627. - Phone No. 618 Bell.