WANTED -With refined private fam
ily, two well heated rooms for three
adults; use of both, privilege of
light house-keeping. Location near
postoflice and railroad station. Ad
dress P. O. Box 2ih>, Bluetleld.
WANTED—Salesmen, with experi
ence preferred, to sell the linest
line of calendars and advertising
specialitrs on the market. Writ
immediately. The Winters Co.
WANTED:—Coal miners, machine |
ruunerB, machine loaders and truck
layers for a new mine in Southwest
Virginia. Steady work guaranteed. I
tiood roof and no gas. Drift mines.
Apply The Virginia-Lee Company, j
St. Charles. Va.
FOR RENT;—Two nicely furnished
rooms newly prepared, heat. Call
Phone 4t)t!-L or 160 dies street*.
LOST —Fur neck piece—Lost on Blue
field Ave. between Thomas and
Cherry street. Finder lea\e at IMP
Bluefleld Ave. Reward.
••ust a Nod In Passing,
MurniyhUI—Th»*v say fortune raps
or every man's door ni some time.
Broad w ay—Well, sin* hasn't so much
is called me up on tin* telephone!—
Tk ■ author of "The History of Bra
ail” tells of a species of monkey culled
“preachers.” Every morning and
evening these monkeys assemble In
the woods. One takes a higher posi
tion than the rest and makes n signal
with ills fore paw. At this signal the
others sit around him and listen. When
they are all seated he begins to utter
a series of sounds. When lie stops
these cries he makes another signal
with liis paw, and the others cry out
until lie makes a third signal, upon
which they become silent again. This
author, Mr. Maregrove, asserts that lie
was u witness to these preachings.
A Use For Him.
“That horse of yours looks terribly
"Yes.” replied Uncle Si Simlin.
“Why do you keep hiiuV”
“Well, it's a kind of comfort to hnve
him around. As loug us I've got him I
fed that there ain’t much danger <»f
mv bein' cheated In a boss trade:”—
-NUMBERS ELIMINATE CHANCE '
The Business Corporation was a device of the Homans.
I ‘it* ortgiual idea caiuu from Julias Caesar, and wa.s suggested
l*> Hie uncen amity cf Human l.ifc. It was an insurance
against the dissolution of a project in case of death. The In
leru was to provide for the continuance and perpetuity of cu
I* i prises w inch probably no mail could carry out during Iris
lifetime. The first spoilt at ion of lire eorporation was for bud
ding Water Systerius ai d laying out Roadways. Hence. His
tory gives the first corporation as being a PUBLIC SERVICE
Since the days of the great Caesar the Corporation prin
cipal has been successfully applied to most all branches of
Commerce and Industry.but the Public Serv ire Corporation
continues to rank first. Th, securities of Public Service Cor*
poations are considered the most profitable investment that
can he made with ABSOLUTE SAFETY. Experienced Finan
ciers, those having practical knowledge of Investments, rate
the securities of Public Service Corporations as being the most
profitable of all SAFE INVESTMENTS.
Wo would like to tell you about a Public Service Corpora
tion here at home. One who jo future Is unusually bright and
Whose securities offer an exceptionally attractive Investment,
lfs Safe, too! ABSOLUTELY SAFE! Lot us tell you about It.
Hall 8l Walker
PHONE 276 LOCK BOX 20'S.
32 Higginbotham Avenue. Outfield, W. Va.
—rnruir imrrgir — mu —
A Grey Head May Have Waited So Long Before Beginning to Save
That He Has Nothing But His Weakened Chaacter and Wnning Pow
ers to Remind Him of His Lost Opportunities. There Is No Remedy
for Time Lost. Today is Your Earliest Opportunity to Start a Sav
21 Flat lop National Bank
BLUEFIELD, W. VA.
Resources Nearly One Million Dollars.
YOUR MONEY IS 5AEE
With the Following Men Behind the hank
OFFICERS:—L. E. Tierney, President; Edw. T. Tyree, Cashier; W
H. Thomas. Vice President; W. B. Hicks, Asst. Cashier.
J. D. Honaker, Dr. T. E. Peery, C. B. Hancock,
E. L. Bailey, W. D. Thornhill, F.. S. Pedigo.
L. E. Tierney, R. M. Garrett, B A. Heller,
Dr J. B. Kirk, Dr. L H Clark. W. J. J-nks,
WilMam H. Thomas, P. j. Kelly,
Strongest Organized hank in this Section.
TheProgressive National Bank of BluefieM.
Wflttifcrh. d, 3^i.TO555^' ’"TSqBfcTT.iftffiSUWT JKf*
THERE IS NO MORE USEFUL
KITCHEN UTENSIL THAN A KITCH
EN CA21 NET AND A HUSBAND
CCUtO NOT SELECT A PRESENT
THAT WOULD EE MORE ACCEP
TABLE TO HIS WIFE THAN ONE
& OF THESE LABOR SAVERS—HOOS
IER CABINETS ARE THE BEST.
• ' « •» * • f» T ^ . .r
For the Kitchen
m It’s the cheapest and best, the most modern as far as E
| convenience is concerned. Every one is made substantially |
| and the prices are moderate. g
I See them at our store and have the man f
explain its many Devices ann Conveniences 1
Macey Bookcases (sectional) and just the thing for a Christmas Gift. J
All wood and finishes. One or a dozen units. You can purchase as needed.
Corner Princeton Avenue and Tazewell Street
p THE HOUSEKEEPER WHO HAS A -.5
HUSBAND WHO IS A BOOK-LOVER
CAN MAKE HIM NO BETTER OR
W MORE APPROPRIATE CHRISTMAS
M PRESENT THAN IS FOUND IN ONE
m OF OUR SECTIONAL MACEY BOOK
CASES—THEY ARE BUILT 80
|| THAT ONE CAN KEEP ADDING TO
A distinct bargain for every user of beer who drinks Pocahontas o„
Pilsner Beer. Chemical analysis shows these beers to be as rich in all
the pure malt and hop extracts as is found in other 15c beers.
Insist upon having only Blueheld Beer.
Bluefield Brewing Company
BLUEFIELD, W. VA.
10 CENT BOTTLES AT ALL BARS
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