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BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA On the main line of the N> & W. R. R., and easy of access from all; points of the Virginian Healthful location, the very best of school cotflfort, > And excellent advantages in the way of Library, Laboratories, Student Sor ! 'cieties and a strong, earnest Faculty. Regular Normal and Academic Courses, also courses in Music, Sewing, Cooking and Laundering. FREE BOOKS TO NORMAL STUDENTS BOARD, FUEL, LIGHT AND FURNISHED ROOMS $8.00 PER MONTH. ^ t % A Model Graded School in which Normal Graduates are given the necessary exper . ience in teaching before beginning their regular work. ? s For Further Information Address the Principal R. P. SIMMS PARTI A Li LIST OP RECENT ? "CLAIMS PAIl> BY THE AMERICAN WORKMEN. Name P. O. Address Amount Alra. Susie W. Morton, Lown desboro, Ala $100 00 Mrs. Matle James, Selma, Ala. . . . . .100 00 llenry S. Snii^h, Plymouth, W. Va 100 00 Joseph Gamble, Newville, Ala t 100 00 James G. Thornton, Brem ton, Ala. 75 00 Alf Williams, Selma, Ala GO 00 Edward Lawson Selma, Ala. 3 6 0^0 Aaron Green, Lockhart, . Kia.. . 36^0p llar?vey Coles, Raymond City, W. Va 2 4 00 Henry C. Preston, Selma, Ala. 18 00 Wm. Mickens, Plymouth, W. Va. . ; ; " . . 18 00 : Planie O'Beau, Alaga, Ala ...18 00 Emily Summers, Kearneys ville, W. Va .15 00 i Please Ford, Plantersville, 'Ala 15 00 Mrs. Eliza Jane Wilson, Sel ma, Ala 12 00 L?awrence Gray, Uniontown, Ala 12 00 Richard Hardy, Keyser, W. Va.12 00 Archie M. Smith, Warren ton, Va. . 12 00' Roy Greer, Ittabena, Miss. ...12 00 j Clias. T. Burke, Hugheston, W. Va 12 00 Sallie A. Moss, Standard, W. Va ' 12 00 Bartly Dingiss, Cedar Grove, W. Va .12 00 Goo. Iloberson, Lakeland, Fla.12 00 Dock L. Scott, Burn well, W. Va 12 00 M. B. Harris, Fairmont, W. Va : 12 00 Nlci Peterson, Ludowici, Ga.. 9 00 Mrs. Lillie J. Ransom, Wash ington, D. C 9 00 G. W. Ward, Headland, Ala.. 9 00 Virginia Tayloi\ Clarksburg, W. Va 9 00 Elijah Harrison, Clarksburg, W, Va . . Mary Tobias, Carters, Pla ... 900 Jim Mason, Plantersville, Ala 9 00 Elizabeth Dryer, Limerick, Ga. 9 00 Mollie /Anderson, Hugheston, W. Va D 00 It. F. Lewis, RidervMle, Ala. . 9 00 Mariah James, Meridian, Miss. 9 00 Mary E. Holmes, Pratt, W. Va. 9 00 Kate Mc.ll wain, Plantersville, Ala 9 00 Joe Harris, Ludowici, Ga .... 9 00 Lee S./ Scott, Burnwell, W. Va. 9 00 Joseph McTlwaln, Planters ville; Ala 9 00 James N. Bailey, Ensley. Ala. 9 00 Sarah J. Kates, Ward, W. Va. 9 00 Bessie Pittman, Clarksburg, W. Va 9 00 Mary Johnson, Ludowici', Ga.. 9 00 Carrie L. Brown, Warrentofi, W. Va . . .' 9 00 .t. K. Kainon, Lakeland, Fla. 9 00 Emma Irwin, London. W. Va. 9 00 Sam Horton, Unlontown, Ala. 6 00 Harty Johnson, Uniontown, Ala ?. . . 6 00 Mrs. Ro soman Lawson, Rl dervllle, Ala 6 00 .Annie Jackson, Riderville, Ala . ? 6 00 Ilezzici Williams, SKnton, Ala 6 00 Hlllard F. Kennedy, Akron, Ala 6 00 Lulu Washington, Union ton, Ala f? 00 Eliza Roberson, Ashford, Ala 6 00 Mr*. Winnie Holt, Fairmont, W. Va 6 00 Henrietta Khenbotten, Paw Paw, W. Va G 00 Stephen Lipsconib, __Bunker Hill, W. Va ? .. . . G 00 Mrs. Delia Brazell, Ensley, Ala. 6 00 A. C. Auston, Lockhart, Ala. G 00 Dose Simmons, Mcintosh, Ga. 6 00 Mrs. Lucy M. Grant, Clarks burg, W. Va 6 00 L. W. Johnson, Atlanta, Ga. . . 6 00 Delia Hamilton, Auburndale, Fla . 6 00 Anna Busey, Clarksburg, \V. Va G 00 Will Gardwin, Riderville, Ala 6 00 D. Ii. Hamilton, Auburndale, Fla. *? 6 00 >.Mrs. Mollis PoniKik Rider- ( ' vi'lle, Ala G 00 Geo. T. Morton. Selma, Ala.. 6 00 John Lee, Selma, Ala G 00' Rebecca J. Ford, Mcintosh, "Ga . . . . 7 ..... ; ?; / . 6 00 Lilla Parker, Jbockliart, Fla.. G 00 Caleb Lewis, Bumlwell, W. Va. G 00 Ada Pickinsr Ensley, Ala.... 6 00 Will Johnson, Meridian-, Miss. G 00 Mrs. M. E. Calhoun, Selma, Ala . G 00 Luoiser Rush, Plantersville, Ala . #. . G 00 Rev. C. E. Cook, Lockhart* Fla G 00 Miss Nancy Blevins, Selma, Ala . . G 00 Annie Alexander, Uniontown, Ala (j ou Mrs. Mary Collins, Eleanor, Ala . G 00 Anjuline Morrow, Riderville, - . G 00 i Mattie E. Curtis, Raymond City, W. Va * . . . 6 Collier Oden, Riderville, Ala. G Alice Harrison, Faunsdale, Ala.G Lelia Campbell, Warrenton, Va 6 Arthur Shelton, Ensley City, Ala , G John Thomas, Selma, Ala ... G Wm. L. Jeffries, Marion, Ala. G Jessie Huff, Lockhart, Ala... G Myriah Hardwick, Washing ton, D. C G J ohnsou, -Phosphors, FUu a 00 1 J. K. Kainon, Lakeland, Fla.20 00 Turner S. Lyles, Manassas, Va. 3 00 J. Wesley Frye, Kearneysville, W. Va 12 00 S. J. James, Jacksonville, Fla. 27 00 Everlena Plumer, Plant City.. 3 00 Warren Murry, Plant City, Fla , 12 00 John II. James, Akron , Ala. 100 00 Wm. Foman, Washington, I). C 12 Carrie James, Camden, Ala.. 6 Katie Coleman, Davis, W. Va.. 6 Alberta Fuller, Sidon, Miss.. G John Freeman, Marti nsburg, W. Va G Archie McHride, Mobile, Ala.. 9 Annie Simmons, Plant City, Fla 12 Rebecca Nelson, Florida, Ala. G Albert Smith, Kearneysville, W. Va. G John Spencer, Avcoek, Fla... 12 Emmlt Cunningham, Clarks burg, W, Va G M. G. Gardner. Selma, Ala... 6 R. H. Terry, Marion, Ala ... G Harriet Ross, Selma, Ala .... 9 Bill Shelton, Riderville, Ala... 9 Luvena Robinson, vSelma, Ala. 9 Thos. W. Williams, Montgom ery, Ala 6 00 Francis Botts, Thomas. W. Va. 3 00 S. C. Green, London, Ala .... 3 00 Kitty Evans, Selma, Ala .... G 00 Gug Wysingle, Selma, Ala . . G 00 Lenard Sims, AMobile, Ala ...12 00 Jerry Brooks, Paw Paw, W. Va G 00 Roy Greer, Ittabena, Miss .,12 00 Agnes Bell, Clarksburg, W. Va 9 00 A. D. Tliomlinson, Selma, Ala. . . 18 E. L. Newsome, Ludowici, Ga 6 Philip Ulmer, Orrville, Ala. . 6 A. T. Bell, Abbeville, Ala '. . . 6 Chas. Wright, Philippi, Wl Va . . . .? 6 Annie Shelton, Riderville, Ala. .9 Laura Lingo, Abbeville, Ala.. 6 Mrs. Bennie Bradford, Mo bile, Ala . . . , 6 It. W. Hunter, Selma, Ala ? ? 3 Maggie Parker, Washington... 6 Claborn Williams, Selma, Ala. C Wm. Kelly, Selma, Ala . . ~ . 9 riUia/ ;tLi Moover, Selma, Ala.-, 9 Tim Frederick, Selma, Ala . . 6 Geo. Iverson, Jr., Mobile, Ala. 15 Eliza Nicliolis, Ibbabena, Miss 6 J. L. Taylor, Megis, Ga ... .12 Wm. Cunningham, Clarks burg, W. Va. 6 Wm. McQuiTter, Mobile, Ala.. 12 Jim Bradford, Selma, Ala . .? 6 David Knight, Jacksonville, Fla 3 J. B. . McCollough, Paw Paw, W. Va i 6 Alic^ Brooks, Paw, Paw, W. Va . 3 D. M. Coleman,- Selma, Ala . . 3 Alberta James, Akron, Ala.. 6 Lather Pliilpot, Coketon, W. Va 12 John Thomas, Selma, Ala ...12 ?Tas. Collins, Philippi, W. Va.12 Lillie J. Ransom, Washington, D. C 6 Oscar Mabin, Newville," Ala.v.'G S. A. Vaughn, Watson, Ala. . 6 Eliza J. Wilson, Selma, Ala. 3 Ben Sims, Selma, Ala 12 Nancy Mitchel, Charleston, W. Va ?. 15 Ed. Lawson, Selma, Ala ....18 Jerusha Lee, Mt. Willing, Ala. 6 John II. Blackburn, Middle way, W. Va. i. . .. 6 Eva Yancy, Monongah, W. Va. 3 Mollie Blow, Mt. Meigs, Ala.. 26 Ludy Grant, Jacksonville, Miss. 9 Thos. Parker, Charlestown, W_ V^ r~l # 4 I 6 00 John H. West, Washington, D. C 50 00 Parlie Russell, Ittabena, Miss. 3 00 Sadie Walker, Leetown, W. Va 9 00 Stephen Lipscomb, Bunker Hill, W. Va 4 00 I "do not worry, cat three moalH a day, ?fty your prayers aud be of good couruge." . >Iayl>o thore are other things that your special case requires to mnko you happy. You will do yourself justice to have your clothes tailored to order at T. W. Hale Tailoring Co. All work made \fy New York Tailors. Punts $2.75 i leg, seats fret?. <128 State St. "s , .. ? . ? ? v v Uniontown, ,r ? A1?- ? ......... ;?<?.; . e oo Cr*8. Smrth. "RJdorviUd. Ala . . 6 00 Adelaide Caine, Ridervllle, Ala 6 00 JeanlQ Goodwin, Ridervllle, Ala. .... 6 00 John Thorn a#, 8elma, Ala. . . .12 00 A. W. Atwater, Camden, 'Ala. ti 0Q Moses Payne, ^TMfomas, W. Va.12 00 Delia Uuss, Alaga, Ala , 6 (TO Lizzie Brlce,* Solum, ,Ala. . . v 6 00 Katie Molllwain, Plantera ville, Ala. 9.00 Nina Hilsman,, Ashford, Ala . . 6 00 FalcaVna ^Mathews, Rldejr ville, A|a. ^ 3 00 P. Fraukli^, KlBslmee, Fla... 12 00 Sarah/ Washington, Lako wooU. Flu, IOQOO N. W. Wallace, Meridian, Miss. . 6 00 John H. Williams, Selma, Ala. 6 00 Judge Thomas, Selma, Ala.,'.. 6 ooi John H. Richmond, Cedar Grove ... 16-00 Mary J. M^ody, Uniontown, 9 Ala., . 6 OO Jas. W. Thornton, Marjtins- ^ burg, W. Va . . 0 00 J. D. Mcllwain, Plantersvlll^, Ala. .... 6 00 Anna L. Turner, Planters ville, Ala 6 00 John Morrow, Plantersville, vAla. 6 00 Richard Houke, Charlestown, i W. Va. .j. . 6 00 Laura B. ? Jones, Morgan Spring, Ala 6 00 Porter Marten, Marion, Ala. . 6 00 Mrs. liinma Hudson, Selma, Ala. . . J\ ^ 6 00 Annie Sanders, S. Carbon, W. Va. ' 6 00 Oscar H. Blzell, Mobile, Ala... 3 00 Gairett Wells,- Selma, Ala . . .'. 3 00 Amandy King, Selma, Ala .... 3 00[[ Fiplix A. Alexander, Selma, Ala 3 00 1 Miss VirginiajvStarks, Selma, ^ j Ala. 3 00 Ed. Fulkey, St. Albans, W> Va. ? . , : ... . . . .; . 3 .00 John Carter; Auburndale, Fla. 3 00 Louis Chambers, Uniontown, Ala. /. .. 3/00 Miss Nettie Winchester, Meri , dian," Miss v.. 3 ;.00 Harriett Ross, Selma, Ala. , ... 3 .00 Clias. J. Johnson, Newville Ala. 300 Wm. Harper, Burnwell, W. .Va. 3 00 Chas. Dunning, Uniontown, Ala. . . . . 3 00 Mrs. Rachel Andrews,. Ln dowici, Ga. ~ ? ? ... . . . . . . .-3 00,] Burden Knapper, Ludoici,* Ga. 3 00 Paul Wearing, Mcintosh, Ga.. 2 00 Earnest Green, Pike Road, Ala 3 ,00 Doke Owens, Birmingham, ? Ala. 3 00 Philip Jackson,, Charlestown, W. Va. . . , 6 00 Robert Robertson, Greere, Fla. 3 00, Samuel Bryant, Otter Creek, Fla., : . . . . 6 00 John Hunter, Darksville, W. va 12 00 Thos. McMartfn, Coleman, Fla. 9 Q0 Thos. A. Anderson, ~ Winston Salem, N. .0. ? , V:." 6 00 Irene Brown, '"l^irkley Spgs.; ? W. Va. . . .< .12 00 I. S. Simmons, Plant City, Fla. 3 00 Albert Green, Charlestown,* W. Va 6 00 Nathan Adams, Martinsburg, W. Va . 6 00 Mary Williams, Washington, D. a . .' ^ 7 50 J. L. Ta'ylor, Washington, D. C. ..w" 9 00 J. M. Seabrook, Washington, D. C 15 00 Carrie L. Brown, Warrenton, Va G 00 John H. Dabney, Piedmont, W. Va .... 9 00 Harry Redman, Thomas, W. Va ; .,. 3 00 Hattie Parker, Selma,- Ala ... G 00 Alex: Hamilton, Ittabena, Miss. 9 00 Delia Swain, Newville, Ala. . . 6 00 C. M. Minifee, Riderville, Ala. G 00 "Richard Debotlatam, ? White - Hall. Ala. 6 00 Lawson Smith, Paw Paw, W. Va . . 6 00 J. B. Loper, Bessimer, Ala.. -..50 00 SAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE "Four doctors had given me up," writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, La., "and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, when my son insisted that I use Elec tric Bitters. I did so, and they have done me a world of good. . 1 will al ways -pHvteo thuiru." ? EU>ctrir._I3itter8 || is a priceless blessing to women troubled with fainting and ' dizzy spells, 'backache, tieadache, weakness debility, constipation or kidney dis orders. Use them and gain new health, strength and vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or money re funded. Only 50c at all druggists. 4-7Mt. Encouraging Signs For True Reformers JU IvS THE IVTEKKOT MANIFESTED JBY LEADING WHIT? CITIZEN** OF VUWilNiA WHO ARB INFLU ENCED HV (*001> ACXXhMI'WSH ED l\\ ORGANIZATION. Richmond, Va., April 10. ? An en-[ couraging sign of the chances of the' True Reformers to rehabilitate it self is evidenced in the Interest man ifested by tlio leading white people of Virginia, from the Governor down. "We the undersigned believe it- is the duty of every citizen of Richmond, to t?o everything in his or her power to help save the True Reformers, because of ' the untold good that the organization has done tor the colored people of thin city, state and country. "It has taught habits of thrift and self reliance and by its influence the Iu<!ed and th* ex^naMr^on <h'o piibllc q all edini&ttultitH* ? Hkv#* been re read ttrereby. , "W? have conscience In the fcrea nt management and believe that all ontribuiiouB will be properly ap plied" are some Btrong statements of he paper containing "the signatures if leading judges, mayor of Rich Dojid, \he postmaster aud city offi Jals, endorsing the True Reformers. Directly afterflhe recent extra, ses fohllh February, a campaign was in augurated to rai6e^by the' 15th of his month $37,000. The clerks in he office, thd* officials say, have alsed by' giving entertainments and he white citizens contributions will each about $3,000 or $4,000. The >fficialg expect to accomplish this j rnrpose by the 15th of the month, n an interview with a representa tive of the press the officials state hat $65,Tl3;72 had been raised Mice the failure of the bank, by the >rganizatiorr dnd over $30,000 had >een paid put for death claims. It 8 ^evi^ent that a large number of ,tid membership over the country lave been loyal, regardless- of the 'act that a large number of the uembers are waiting to see what the >utcome will be. The members that ?re contributing to the endeavors to save the "organization are seemingly ietermined to achieve success. Tbat the organization w^ll rehabil itate itself and will be managed along Bane business lines and placed upon' a basis assuring, greater suc cess fhan ever before, because of its past failures, is quite a sentiment among the white people of this .city. One official said, "It may be said without successful contradiction that there is no other organization in the race that could equal that" referring to- the- amount of money raised, having- the trouble on it that the True Reformers have been carrying. This speaks well for the unity of the brotherhood." It is stated by one who should know something about when the re ceivers wUl report, that the public Will receive the desired hiformation Jn a few days. It Is claimed by many that the depositors will receive over CO per cent of their moneys. This is only a conjecture "as n& one k^ows what their report will be. MIJONIGHT IN* THE OZARK S and yet sleepless Hiram Sorantoi), o: Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed He~was in the mountains on the ad vice of five doctors, who said he had consumption, but found no help :r the climate, and started home. Hear ing of. Dr. King's New Discovery, lit began to use vt. "I believe it saved my life," lie writes " for it made r new man of me, so that I can now do good work again." For all lunje diseases, coughs, colds, la-grippe asthma, croup, whooping cough, ha> fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness oi quinsy, its* the best known remedy Price 50c and $1.00. Trial 'bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists. ? ? - ? Eligible to Highest Church Recognition DR. LEAKE FOUNDER OF KIT TRELL COLI/EGE AND PASTOll FOR XHmTY-SEVEN YEARS Oh SAlVtE CHURCH, RECEIVES HIGH PRAISE FROM LEADERS ^ OF A. M. E. CHURCH. Durham,; N. C., April 11. ? The 37th anniversary of the ministerial career of Rev. Dr. R. II. W. Leake at St. "t'aul A.,M. 13. church, Cliapel Hill, last night' was among the sig nificant 'events that revealed the' in direct and material element of the race found in the African Methodist Episcopal church in this State. Dr. Leake is the founder of KKtrell col lege and his career has been one of combine three important qual ities, all of which no other one thing possesses: 1 Beauty 2 Durability 3 Investment Value , Yon can use them without decreasing their value. They have charm of beauty which no other gem possesses. As evidence of success in life they give prestige. They steadily increase In market value. AVe are offering attractive prices on choice diamonds. The Jeweler & Mfjf. OjptivUh 208 Capital Street. ? * YOL It MEASURE TAKEN BY A TAILOR AND YOUR SVVfe v 1JY A TAiJUOR. CALIj AM) SICK OITH SUPERIOR Ui^ilS WOOLENS. YOV II OKI>ER* TAKEN UPON PAYMENT OF-'C^ 21 SUMMER# STREET. REPAIRING AND PRESSING. PH< 224. the high-est usefulness as was elo quently asserted by the prominent speakers of the evening. ) His great service for his .ehufcli and the race elicited high tributes for him by the speakers. Every section of the State was rep resented by men who had become?" prominent because of their substan tial progress in their respective act ivities. Amoiig the prominent char acters attending this anniversary were Prof. John R. Hawkins, secre tary of education of the A.- M. E. church; Dr. K. C. Holt, A. -Stroud, Geo. D. Games, C. H. King, J. W. Walker, A. J. Wilson, J. F. Jack son, John Merrick, president of the North Carolina Mutual & Provident association, president of the Mechan ics and Farmers' savings bank, Dur ham, and capitalist; Dr. Jas. B. Dud ley, president North Carolina A. & M. college for the colored race; Dr. G. W. Adam, cashier Mechanics and Farmers' bank, Prof. J. M. Avery, assistant general manager of the North Carolina Mutual & Provident association, and prominent as a lay man in the *A. M. E. church. The tone of every speaker was that Dr. Leake was, because of his long and faithful service to his church, eligible to tho highest rec ognition of ^Is church. 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