Newspaper Page Text
If You See It At Pedigo’s It’s Worth The Money.
All Ounce of PREVENTION THE MOST SERIOUS COLDS arc contracted during the First Cold Days Is the v?rdict of the best physicians. 'otton Ribbed Vest and Pants, each 2a a ml r>< >c. Ribbed Cors' t Covers, 12.~> and 50c Wool Vests and Pants 75c, $ 1 and $1.50 >ilk and \\ ool \ ests and Pants, ea. $1, $1.50 Union Suits in Ribbed Cotton, 50 and 75c Union Suits in Wool, $1, $1.50 and $2.50 Union Suits in Silk and Wool, £2.50 E. S. PEDIGO CO. 325 and 327 Princeton Ave Bluefield, : : : : West Va. BARGAIN NEWS. f all the people Khew the quality of these Bargains they would not last very long. Come and see these special bargains today: WOMEN’S SUITS Setnrfittcd Coat. Plain and Plaited Skirt, made "f Hroad cioths and other new Materials in all colors S10 ,\S 14.75 WOMEN’S COATS 36 inch Pd ark Coat, lined throughout with line «1 na 1 itv tiler* r /cl at in. a l $2.75. WOMEN’S TRIMMED HATS Hen^atine, Yeivet and Silk, lar^c and small shapes, hand somely trimmed. Spe< ial $3.50 and $4.75 WOMEN’S DRESS SKIRTS l’laitee and plain jfore Pana ma ari<l C hefon Panama in mark. No by and fancy mix tures. at $2 98. *3.50 I OK CHILDREN’S CLOTH COATS \il colors, i- ortmeiit »! new stvlc'» si/cs 2 to 11. c,1 2.25 $6.50. _ SAMUEL TURK, Turk Building Princeton Avc. Bluefield, W. Va. Personal Mention James u Moyers will spend uSn day In Pulaski There will b • a meeting of tile V. C2 T. Uluestone council tonight. W’m. Spencer und wife, of Mullins, are spending the day here. Alisa Rachel Borden, of Tazewell, is In the city for a day. .1. B. Faulkn *r, of Richmond, is in the city today. James If. Knhle, of Lynchl^nrg, is a business visitor in the city. Frank Benner, a civil engineer of Princeton, |s here today on business. 11. K. Arty, of Arty, Va., is it busi ness visitor i.i the city today. Squire Johnson, of Hurley. Va., lef for home this morning. C I). Baughman, of Rural Re treat, is spending the day here. <> F Brown, of Richlauds, will be here until tomorrow. B P. Browning of Coalner, W. Va.. is a late arrival at the Wind sor Hotel. Mis. C. f\ Anderson and Airs. Wiley, of Berwlnd. are shopping in town today. •1. F. MoN'ew, or Pulaski will spend a T'\v days in the city visiting i friends. V F <»ill *tte. of Delaware, Ohio, general representative for tin* Rig ley Protective Association who has been in llie city for lie* past two days leif this morning for Princeton. UNREDEEMED. 12 size solid sold Watch with diamond set fitted with 17 jewel El gin movement beautiful ly ornamental case. Reg ular value $85.00. This cut sale $43.50. HENRV R0DG1N, OPTICIAN Jeweler and Pawnbroker, 221 Princeton Avenue. ROBT.E. MOORE A1T8RNEV-AT-EAW, Blnefied, West Virginia. Collections a Specialty Refers In Flat-Top National Bank. NURSES STRIKE IN CHARLOTTE I * __ Hospital Force Walks Out, Alleging Bad Treatment. Charlotte. N. C.. Oct. 16.—Eleven nurses, constituting the entire staff of St. Peters Hospital except for the head nurse ami superintendent, walked out on strike this morning at 7 o’clork, leaving the thirteen patients in the institution t° shift for themselves Miss May Cordner of Canada, is superintendent and Miss .Janet Brown, of New York, head nurse. "We left because of 111 treatment," declared the spokesman of the young women yesterday. "The superintendent and head nurse are front the North and are alwyg throw ing off on Southerners and calling ns fools. i suppose It Is the hot-1 headdednoBs of the South that makes ! •is strike, hut we art1 not sorry and | we'll not So back." One by one tin* strl -kors are leav-! ing Tor their homes. The hospital | management declined t;> make a state nont except to say that none of the strikers would he re-instated under any consideration. TO PUSH $1,000,000 !' SUIT AGAINST THE TOBACCO TRUST Norfolk, Oct. 16.—R T. Thorp, receiver i;, involuntary bankruptcy | proceedings against the Ware-Kri mer tobacco Company, an indepen dent concern, which has operated Imre since 1906, acting under decree or Federal Judge Elmund Waddlll, i If-, "ill continue the prosecution in Raleigh, N. C.. of the $1,000,000 damage suit brought by tlie bankrupt i concern some time ago against th<V American Tobacco Company and th r \\ ells-\\ hitehead Tobacco Company, ! *or aleged acts damaging to the Ware-Kramer Company’s business in ■ violation of the Federal anti-trust 1 laws. These alleged acts by the defen dants In the $1,000,000 suit are as signed as the cause of the Ware Kramer Company’s present and ad ; mltted embarrassment. Receiver 'I horp today took charge of the bankrupt property, announce ing that he would by decree of court continue the operation of tho fnctroy I for the protection of brands and other interests. Liabilities of the bankrupt con cern are placed at about $150,000, while the value of visible assets ran not be lold until an inventory 1b i taken. Recoveries under the suit, against the American and AVelIs-Whiteheadi Tobacco Companies are depended op en for the satisfaction of all llablli* | t fes. Receiver Thorp has given a $20,000 bond. ’---—--— [tid-bitse I Do you want your oysters luscious? Do want your oysters with the salt tang of the sea ? Your oys ters unhruised and un bloated ? Your oys ters free from germs. Then use only Seal Shipt Oysters. You get solid measure and no water. Sublette & Barnes BITS OF NEWS FROM MATEWAN - Matewan. Out. 16.—A. MCD. Brow, log. formerly of Bluefleld, has sever ed his connection with the Thacker1 Brug Company as pharmacist, and assumed a like position with the Matewan Drug Company. William Crouch who was wl.’h Wade the druggist on Bland street Bluefleld has taken the position left open by Mr Browning, leaving at the Thacker Drug Company, i E. V. Lay. who was part owner in the Thacker Drug Company, has tax- < an a position with a coal coinpanv •Joi.m* Lay who Ir connected with In'- Baldwin Detective Agency, in this i< vn, will leave here on the flisi of November for some point on the C. & O. where he will represent that i-gmcy. IT. Frank Demshock will le'v.jl som foi Baltimore to attend a series; of lectures to be given at the Bal timore Medical School. The coal mines in this district are nil in operation and It looks like' prosperity has come back TWO MEN HELD FOR GRAND JURY Claude Buck. a.id Guy Kelley, who were brought back from Rural Re treat a few days ago charged with stealing clothing from Mr. Epllng's boarding house of Bluefleld Ave. were given trial a Squire Godbey’s office this morning. They were hild ■ 1 $300 bail to aw’alt the action of VEMPBRANOE ENTE1 VIA I\ MEM. The Woman's Christian Temper- | ance Union will have an entertain ment in the Calvary Baptist church Tuesday evening the 19th at eight o’clock. A special program has been arranged. Every one is invited. _ /--- \ LUTH ERA X < OXFTKEX<"E. The meeting of the district con-’ ference of the Lutheran church in cluding the Minefield congregation] a to lie in St. .Tames church, Chil howie, Va., this coming week. Rev. & R. W. Kegley a.id two or three1 delegates from this church expect to attend the conference and al e the Laymen's meeting at Bristol, Tenn. j Mr. Kegley’s congregation has a very fine report for conference and h taking very great interest in the Laymen’s movement. 7 UNION MEETING. In the First Baptist church Sun t ay at. 2:30 p. m. men, women and, children are heartily invited. Special music and program as follows: Scrip ture read! ig by Rev. W. A. Pearson, Prayer by Rev. T. S. Hamilton, Origin and history of Laymen's move i 1,1‘Of by Rev. C. R. W Kegley. Re fatio.i of !.ayn:« n’s movement to womoM’s work by (E. R. (Jodbe/. Statistics by B. A. Marka. The im portance of attending Bristol meet- j lUg J W. SiinpBon. ---1_. VETERAN CONTINUES VERY \\A, ■lames Kirby of 202 Rogers street. 1 an old Veteran continues quite 111. I He would be glad to have any of rlie old Veterans of the city call to see him. WANTS CRUSHED LIME STONE and size made and delivered to *uy part of the city at a reasonable price by W. H. Coffman Coke Co., Bluefleld, W. Va* I'OR RENT:- -A good house with 0 rooms, on Thomas Street, also a cottage with 4 rooms on 4th street. Apply to N. H. McClaugh ertv- 3 t-pd. Credit Convenient Payments Credit NOW is the TIME: Come in and see the handsome tall Styles. N'ou arc welcome, doubly welcome, and we know you will en joy every minnte of your visit* And remember, buya nything you want here on our convenient payment plan—buy it at prices as I low as any cash store- Take it with you—wear it. enjoy it, and pay while you w ear, in small payments, w eekly or monthly. Don’t miss coming tomorrow. We clothe every mentbei of the family at lower prices than any other credit store. 72 stores—factory to wearer—largest Credit Clothiers in the World. YOUK CREDIT IS GOOD. VYUFYltlM S SUITS A large variety. Buy early and get good choice* Cash or credit $12 to $.$5. FALL COATS Stylish ones—modest and extreme-—good values* Easy payments; $i2to$$o. I MILLINERY Choice trimmed Hats from New York, all different styles. Eas5*tcnns. $ $ to $ 1 o. Skirts. Waists. Petti coats. Girls’ Coats. MEN’ SUITS Handsome, new patterns* perfectly tailored, reliable material. a week. $i 2. $iJ^ BOYS’ SUITS Stacks of new ones from ages 4 to 16. Very lowest prices #2.50 to $1 2 OVERCOATS Light weights for hall, heav ier for Winter. All new styles. $12 ty $18, Men’s Hats, Trousers Raincoats and Topcoats I ' » » ▼ 4 ^ WM. iJEJRY, Pre nURRIj WATTS, Vice Pres’t tf. LAND Sec'y ^ Citizens Underwriters Agency ;j GENERAL INSURANCE ‘I HUE, LIFE LIABILITY, STEAM BOILER, PLATE | GLASS, HEATLH, ACCIDENT, BONDS, CREDIT. WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A PORTION OF YOUR BUSINESS 3 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦4444444040444444444444444**44*4*#« LOTS FOR SALE John M. Wirgman, Apply to wm. McCarthy, Philadelphia BLUEFIELD, W. VA. 4444444*4**44444 444A44AA.**aaa. , __ . WANT ANYTHING? Leader Want Ads Bring Results ELK’S OPERA HOUSE Monday, Oct. 18, B, C. Whitney's The Show Girl ’ Bea il t J Scorrc and j « An Cxtraordinar C ist And Largo Chorus Principally Pretty Oirls. PRICES : 2 > 35~ 5a 75 and $1.00. Subc.'Tiho to ♦b'* I,o r!# v * * * ♦ V*VVV Ice-Cream for Sunday Telephone Your Orders by 9 O'clock Tonight. * V1 e W,M de,ivcr Cream Sunday morning to your residence. Telephone No. 247 1 Hatwonhc Pint Bh^’Rmk ^“politan or Brick Ice-Cream, three colors, made with any i wed°packed on^V^&ocoMe'S&Sil^SJLSE.0a""" '°,s' Everyorde? Cream in hulk. Phone No. ,4, *+ j VIENNA ICE-CREAM COMPANY. Branch House, 213-215 Bluefield Avenue, Bluefield. W Va i .♦V ♦ .♦ • 4 a a *. V