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HEARST PAPERS OET THE ADVERTISING. The ruling of Justice Greenbaum. to tht effect that only those newspaper* which support the candidacy of Wil liam R. Hearst for governor are entitled to receive election advertis ed« ati democratic papers. was sus tained yesterday by the appellate di vision of the supreme court at New York. The decision sustaining the ruling dismissed the appeal from* Justice Greenbaum’s ruling. OREGON HAS HAD EXPERENCE. Why Rhould Platt resign? He has U'»t been indicted, tried nor convic ted, nor has he taken an appeal to the higher courts. Those eastern people who talk about his resigning should come West and learu tho proper order of procedure for con gressmen who get Into trouble. To resign Is all right In its time, hut it is the last thing to do. SYMPTOMS ARE FAVORABLE. Harry Thaw’s insanity Is said to be progressing favorably and isn't likely to be any better until his trial closes.—Alliance Review. According to a scientific paper of Europe, chickens aro now plucked In a wholesale manner by the use of pneumatic machinery. There Is a receptacle In which the fowl is placed after being killed, and Into this are turned several cross-currents of all from electrical fans revolving at the rate of f.000 turns a minute. In tip’ twinkling of an eye the bird Ih strip ped of Its feathers, even to the tlnb esi particles of down, and the ma chine Is ready for another. A \W. Plnaro* the Bogllih dniuu tint, has an unusual method of writ ing hi» plays. His working day does not begin until that of the average city man Is over. In tlio morning he goes out, preferably on his bicycle, returning in time for early dinner. Then he has a comfortable sleep, and on waking up, late in the after noon, he prepares for business. Af ter a coup of tea he goes to his desk and remains working at his play until far Into tl»e night. After an elaborate review of the work of the French artillery during the recent army maneuvers, the mil itary correspondent of the London Times renchos the conclusion: “Every body taken together, there can be no doubt that the French artillery is the best in the world, and that it is so thoroughly prepared for war by the practical science of Its officers, the skill of Its men and the excellence of its material that It must long retain the position of pre-eminence to Which it Is justly entitled." It Is a matter of record that upon the first official celebration of Inde pendence day by the Continenat Congress, music was secured for th< occasion by forein gtho Hessian band, which had been captured by George Washington at Trenton In the pre vious December, to play In the pub lic square all day, to the great de light and amusement of the people. It is |so stated that these Involuntary celebrants were obliged to practice appropriate airs for thee weeks In o«|er that they could not plead Igno mice as an excuse. I II Watch this space if you wish to see some thing interesting and beneficial to the read er. Ti it T. T. Carter, ARCHITECT. Offica 0 and,7 Lazarus Building, BLUEFIELD, - WEST VA. NEW 'LIVERY STABLE. Chestnut St, West End, u BLUEFIELD, W. VA. C. P. Cloy tor's Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable. First-Class team* at reasonable rate*. Your patronage solicited. Teams furnished at any time day or night. Also light and heavv hauling done. KELLY & MOYERS. 'DEALERS IN WHISKIES. WINES. BRANDIES. ALES. BEERS. Porters and All Kinds of Liquors. FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD &. POOL-ROOM CONNECTED. OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED PROMPTLY .4. .4. .4. .4. .4 4 NEW FALL HATS! Shadow Plaid Skirts are the latest. We have the very best for the money. SPECIAL: $5.00 PLAID SKIRTS AT $3.98. r The Daily Leader IMPROVEMENTS MtlWM^hVVMMAWlVVVMWMM Ift Its *****,MM"*nivrvvw><viiwirift. JOB DEPARTMENT. % iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiunttiiimimiimnmii New Faces of Type Are Now on the Road, New Work men Have Been Employed and Our Stock of Stationery Has Just Been Largely Increased. We Can Now Give You Anything You Want in the ... . LATEST STYLES OF PRINTING. Let Us Have Your Orders! SAXON LIME and LLA.SER COMPANY, BLUEFIELD, W. Va. Our Specialties: Class, Sash Doors, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding and I Work, Lath, Hair, Shingles, Tar Roofing and Building Paper. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster and Sewer Pipe. Rough Lumber, Hemlock Framing, Boards, Mine Rail, Mine Car Supplies. WRITE OR CALL ON US A. A A A A A A /k A > r* A A A A A A A Georgia Lumber Co. Dealers In All Kinds of Yellow Pine Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Shingles, Lath, Glass and Sewer Pipe Cement, Lime and Building Paper mmmtarjmmmmamwm Agents “Alpha Portland” and “Black Diamond” Cements Bluefield Avenue, Bluefield. West Virginia.