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ALL ABOUT BLUEFIELC THE 25,000 CLUB. When you read this you will have known the results of the election You will know whether It’s Judge Herndon or Judge Freneh; whetho: It’s Governor Hoarst or Governor Hughes, and whether It Is to be Senator Blackburn, or “Oily Jeems" McCreary In Kentucky. You will also how many tens of thousands vo ted In McDowell, and how many hun dreds were killed In Mingo. But you will not have gained a single dollar In the whole campaign. Now for n campaign of business, n campaign for BLUEFIELD—for “25,000 by 1908." A united, solid, vigorous fight against some of the cltieg about us thnt are taking from northern states factories and enter prises that wo want. You may think this is "just newspaper talk.” that you are doing well enough, that more people and capital are, of course, well enough to have; but that they will come when they want to—just Bort o’ happen along without you tiring your brain and spending mon ey to get them. Well.^o on thinking that way, then. It is certainly easier for you. God knows we would not uifiict your overworked brains with problems weightier than you can bear. Now don’t be afraid; the activity we are urging will not kill you. It will not disturb you sleepy headed, timid fellows In the least, for this business Ml’ST be done by tho strong and unafraid. If your nerves aro weak, and you have no stomach for the business, Just keep right quiet and presently you will be gently "shoved off the earth." Our competitors are worthy foemen, and It will require mAi of the right kidney for the contest. Sling-shots and squirt-guns won't do the business;—it will take heavy ar tillery and solid shot. John T. Barnes cf Tazewell, Is sojourning at the Altaniont Hotel. Mrs. G. A. Meyer, of Clurksburg, this state. Is in the city. C. W; Whalan, of Oakvale, is in the city on business. V. T. Sexton, of Pocahontas, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tuggle, of South Blueiield returned last night on No. 16 from Welch. G. T. Byron, of Pocahontas,' is in the city visiting and attending to business. For a quiet and orderly election Bluefleld can beat all the other towns. There was not a ripple on the quietude of the city yesterday . W. 1). HOBJfiKTS. AO'l SCENE IN “THE ISLE OF SPICE,” ELK’S OPERA HOUSES. NOW-Mber & HINTS OF VALUE. Do not attempt to remove dust from the face with cold water. Crushed mint leaves hound across the forehead are said to relieve head ache. Hot fiannol over the seat of pain, frequently renewed, will relieve neu ralgia. Whooping cough may frequently be relieved by breathing the fumes of turpentine or carbolic acid. Do no! retire Inte at night and rise at daybreak and Imagine that every hour taken from sleep Is an hour gained. Cold outside air will heat more quickly than the Impure air of n sleeping or living room. Ventilate the rooms dally by allowing the fresh air to circulate freely through them. Thin arms should bo washed twice a day with a fine lather of soap rinsed well, dried thoroughly and then rubhed vigorously. This treat ment will bring the pores Into action and produce a healthy condition of tho skin. # A good shampoo preparation may be made by cutting a cake of pure olive oil soap into a quart of boiling water. When cold it will be about the consistency of jelly. A couple of spoonfuls of this mixture and a pinch of soda may lie rubhed into the scalp previously wet with hot water or the hair may bo parted and the mixture rubbed into the scalp with a small nail brush. After the entire scalp has been cleaned it should be vigorously rubbed wjth the finger tips and well rinsed. Advertise In the Dally Leader if you wan results. POINTED PARAGRAPHS Loan sharks infest the sea of finance. True love doesn't thrive well In n public garden. Nearly all husbands and wives are in the martyr class. Unde Sam’s largest burying ground Is the dead letter-office. There Is often a black eye In a name If It Is applied to the wrong man. Out of sight Isn’t necessarily out of mind when applied to a pretty girl. What he calls his diplomacy Is nl |ways a cause of pride to the trick ster. One hurles(|iie show will keep the average inim awake longer than a dozen sermons. Occasionally we lienr of a man who managed to make good by following Ills wife’s advice. All the world’s a stage—but the majority of us sit in the gallery and throw things at the performers.— Chicago News. v ’ FOR SALE. I will buy real estate most any where at bargains. I do my own trading and there is no commission. If you desire property at William son. lilueQeld, Roanoke, Norfolk on In the Coal Fields, lot me know, f ov n some of the best locations. Address E. WHITE ATKINSON, FOR RENT:—Three rooms for rent over Dohannans Feed store on Pulaski street. Prof. T. H. R. Christie LOOK FOR THE WHITE STAKED AT “THE MIDWAY.’ Only 10 Days. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. A girl Ilk<H to be in love Just ho «be can say she Isn't. Some boys are so naturally sound • bey have plain sense oven after a college education. When a man lias lived long enough In a flat he kind of looks forward to purgatory the way a schoolboy does to vacation. A girl who Is too delicate to sweep a hall rug can dance seventeen miles at a ball and then want to walk home with one of her partners.—New York Press. So great Is the prosperity of the railroads and s0 high the cost of living that a demand for more wages Is becoming quite general among mil road employes. Moreover, the pressure of traffic is so groat that the men uro being worked harder, and under such circumstances managers are disposed to concede the justice of tile demand in many cases. The Head ing company has already conceded an advance of JO per cent to em ployes receiving less than $200 a month, the Pennsylvania contem-t plates a similar concession to all employes getting less than $500 a month, while the New York Central, Brie, Lackawanna and some other leading eastern roads are .in con ference with employes over the mat ter. it is the belief of the president of the Wabash system that the situa tion will compel a pretty general in crease of wages. WANTED — Position as Store-man, Bookkeeper or Stenographer by a thor oughly competent man. A1 Reference. Address B. M. Pocahontas Inn, Poca hontas, Va. Rooms for rent at No. 24 Pu laski street, to good par ties who will keep the rooms clean and pay the rent. fjm. i f ■ g ON NOV. 15, 1906, PRICES OF LOTS IN WEST BLUEFIELD, AT “THE MIDWAY,” WILL BE ADVANCED 20 PER T. R. R. WI I A A : ORAIIAM. VA. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The regular services will be held at the Presbyterian Church tomor row moning at 11 o’clock. After a sermon on the growth of the church, there wlu be a congre gation meeting for the purpose of electing officers, at 3:30 p. in. and at 7 p. m. Dr. E. O. Taylor will speak on “American Citizenship” in the light of Christ and Paul. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Services at First Baptist Church Sunday at 11 a. in. Preaching by the pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 a m. No services at night. ELK’S OPERA HOUSE, THURSDAY, NOV. 8. THE SEASON’S EVENT, B. C. WHITNEY’S PIQUANT Ml HICAL .MIXTURE, ISLE OF SPICE. HOOK AND LYRICS BY ALLEN LOWE AND LUO. E. STODDARD ELABORATED ANf> AMPLIFIED BY I HE DERICK RANKIN AUTHOR OF “HAPPYLAN l»" “THE frINOERBREAD MAN," ETC. MUSIC BY PAUL HC’HINDLKR AND REN JEROME. 20 SONG HITS AND UNIQUE DANCES THE PEER OF ALL MI HICAL COMIDfKM, THE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION 60 People In The Company. 60 AMERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS. POSITIVELY THE GREATEST. PRETTIEST. SINGING, ACTING AND DA NCI NO CHORUS EVER ORGANIZED ENTIRE PRODUCTION RICHLY STAGED. CLEVERLY ACTED. HAND SOMELY GOWNED. PERFECTLY PRESENTED Do You Want t st? Mt. Ver^oii flour. Surpasses all other makes. You have only to try it to be convinced. SUBLETTE & BARNES, Sole Distributors, Bluefield, W. Va. For all kinds of Pure Groceries, You should come to the store of Sublette & Barnes. IIIIMillllllllimillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltflHIIIIIIIi >vnu!liiillllllti<limil:<IIHi!llllir Are Ton Coil to Bn a Steel Range This Pall? If so. Bear in Mind that the “ANCHOR” III the bent Steel Karine on the market and the .Price Is Right In fact the Anchor in the only trance on the market that has any particularly distinct fu ture*. The manufacturer* of this range have broken away from the worn out traditiona of range building und have constructed a dur iibiejnml beautiful Range full of efficient, modern features. This Range in no constructed that the Smoke Flue cornea out at the Hack, thereby leaving both the top of the range an well an the arming closet without any obstructions. They are made from heavy Cold Rolled Steel Plate, the bake oven being made of ten gauge Steel Plate, thin lieing the heaviest material ever known in Steel Range construction. The dven flues are double with thick Asbestos Curd Boards between the two steel plates, therefore making the oven indestructable and a perfect baker, an the asbestos lining holds the heat in the oven where it should be and prevents it radiating out into the room in hot weather and making it very uncomfortable for the one doing the cooking. No oue thinking of buying a Steel Range can atf-rd to do no without first calling at my , . - Hiur.i!iu HiniuiiK uuh.ii examination of a / nc mr Hii^i an<J ifettin# my pricea; or if not convenient to call tit the store request me to Mend de .,'wo' ir'of.VPritj®8» ®nt* HO ^orth; Such information will be gladly furnished and I am aure if you U j 1 " ,llake 0,c «*xaniination that you will a^ree with me that I have the beat Steel Rauue on the market,and ua to “the price ia ri^ht” 1 feel confident that J cun aell you. M. G. WHITLOW 323, Princeton Ave., Opp. Freijflll r>< pot. Phone No. 11. Save Your Wife Needless Work, Worry and Annoyance Buy her a Motor for her Sewing Machine. Make* sewing a pleasant occupation. Get our Prices on Sewing Machine Motors Motors for Washing Machines and Wringers. Also Prices on Electrical Irons and ELECTROTHERM. Climax Electrical Supply arid Construction Company, Electrical Contractors and Engineers, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. PEEP IN OUR STORE AND SEE IF YOU DON’T THINK WE HAVE THE GOODS. The only drawback la room to dlaplay them, but we hope to get moved into our new building within the next two or three weeks, where we will have one of the best equipped Clothing Establishments In the State’ in the rnea,,tlme drop In at our present location and see the new things we have for you. “SAY, LISTEN TO THIS, AND SEE IF IT DON’T MAKE A NOISE LIKE GOOD SHOE NEWS.” 11,0 REGAL Shoe8 aro town awill be put on salo Just as goon as wo can 8et moved. We have no room hero for them, so we can’t put them on sale until we move. Tho Kegal shoe is sold In all the larger Ci'ies and Is known throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and In fnct they are sold In the most Important cities of Europe, and we feel proud that we are tho first merchants in our State to obtain the agency. I housnnds of people from the smaller towns where there are no Hegnl stores »der them each season from some one of the 123 Regal Stores. The Hegnl Shoo Is the only sho made in 1-4 sizes. Wo want every man, woman and child In Bluefleld and surrounding counties and states to visit us in our now store, this Invitation Is to YOU. YOURS TRULY, THE CASH AND CASH PRICE STORE. Present location 233 Princeton Ave. New location Corner Princeton and Higginbotham Avehues. CLOTHING CO... BLUEFIELD, W. VA.