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ALL ABOUT BLUEFIELD Judge Holbrook returned to this city yesterday from Princeton, where he had been attending court. Prof. T. H. It. Christie, the mus ical Instrument dealer, has returned from a business trip to Princeton. Mrs. A. B. Pulliam, who lias been attending the funeral of her hus band at Narrows, returned to her home In this city on yesterday. Rev. J. E. Panncl, of Narrows, Va., was In the city yesterday, and left on the evening train for Mont Calm, to begin a series of religious meet ings. Judge George Dillard, who has been attending Princeton court for the past few days returned to bis ■home In this city yesterday. C. P. Bailey had. a large lot of lumber destroyed by lire at Kinder Haw mill In South Bluefleld Thurs day night. Blither H. Butt and wife, who have been visiting relatives in South Blue field, for the past week, returned to their home at Eggleston, Va., yes terday. People returning from Princeton report that work on the Tidewater Rnllway Is progressing at a rapid rate all along the line in that sec tion. Tho Home Mission Society of Grace church will meet this after noon at 2:30, at the home of Mrs. Burton, on Allen street. All mem bore of the Society nro urged to be present. Visitors returning from Prince ton inform us that tho old town lias taken on a new life and is right in the midBt of a great prosperity, in every section new buildings are go ing up and others are contemplated The future of Princeton looks very bright indeed. The now wholesale grocery con cern, just established in Princeton will be one of the staunchest business houses in this section of the state. We wish the new venture much prosperity. Let our business men give a strong pull for Greater Bluefleld. Let our city receive a fresh impetus front our combined efTort. Let our re sources be made known and let the world know something of our bus iness and residence location. We have the inducements to offer and we cannot begin to make them known too soon. Advertise in the Dally Leader if you wan results. FETE IN FLOWERLAND. LAItCFST SIM:< TACIT.\lt KNTKIt TAI VMIvNT OF SFAHON. The Klk’s Opera House, iwhlch will be the scene of a “Fete In Flow erland,” Monday, Nov. 12th, will lake on gula appearance, the very gayest festival of the entire season. All who were so fortunate uh to hear Misses Moorman and Hurt at tin- Concert recently, know that to say this beautiful operetta Is under their dcrectlon guarantees an ar tistic production. In this, the largest spectacular entertainment of the season will lie seen a hundred and fifty voices at tlred as snowdrops, rosebuds, dais ies. poppies, buttercups, etc. a re.'il Fete in Flowerland. One or the most artistic features of the evening will be the “Revel of Hearts" by eighteen of Hluefleld’s most beautiful young ladles. More graceful tableaux cannot be Imag ined. These young ladles in white greclan costumes, smiling through hearts of roses, make an impressive scene. Minefield will have the op portunity of hearing the vocalist and reader who won nil hearts at the recent concert as Misses Hurt and Moorman take part as well as di rect the Fete in Flowerland. Tickets now on sale at Whlte"s Pharmacy. Admission >1.00. 7f>c, r»0c and 2fie. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR The ladies or the Bland Street Methodist church, will hold a Christ mas Bazaar on the 13th, 14th and 1 ■*tli of December, which promises to be a grand affair. Fruitcakes, Dolls, and everything else fascinat ,nK* palatable and attractive will be on hand to gratify visitors. You are cordially invited to extend your patronage to this laudable enter tainment. WANTED — Position as Store-man, Bookkeeper or Stenographer by a thor oughly competent man. A1 Deference. Address B. M. Pocahontas Inn, Poca hontas, Va. FOR . RENT:—-( )ne 7 room house on Third ave. near Brace Methodist church. Apply to J. E. Keith. 317 Third avenue. AN UNUSUALLY GOOD PERFORMANCE “Isle of Spice/* which made Its second appearance at the Klks' Op era House in this city last night drew an extraordinarily large audience, and a more appreciative one never assembled in the play house. “The Piquant Musical Mixture" can truthfully be said to In* a success from start to finish, there not being an Idle moment from the rise of the curtain to the beautiful finale. An abundance of pretty girls, clad in magnificent costumes, and as sisted by talented male performers, make the performance one of the very best that has yet visited tills city. An amflysls of tlie play would be Interesting but one has to see It to appreciate Its beauty and excel lence. American society women send their gowns to Paris to he cleaned. A large cleaning ami dyeing establishment In the Trocadero district does a thriv ing business in cleaning New York society women’s frocks. The drosses are sent over from America by ex press. Cleaned and packed off by the next steamer. The process takes in all a little over a fortnight. LOST:—Out* pail* of gold rimmed speetaeles, the ease marked ‘Cavanaugh’ A suitable reward offered. B. B. HARRIiNG, Graham, Va. <)r t bis offiee. WANTED: Two young men of good address to handle high grade book proposi tion. Exclusive territory. Hustlers making $100 per week. Call on Robert Kai r. »” ;* ’If. n, 0 to 10 p. '.1. today or Saturday for particulars. TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF THE BLUEFIED TELPHONE Co. We beg to notify you that our new Telephone'Directo ry will close on November tlie 15th. All parties desir ing any changes to be made will kindly notify Contract Agent, ’Phone 400, and their desires will receive prompt at t cut ion. LOOK FOR THE WHITE STAKED AT -THE MIDWAY.” Only 6 Days. AN FAKNttil I APPKAiL FOIO IIO.MFH AM) THAN l\SG| V IN(« DONATIONS FOH OR PHANS AND IIOMFLFSS CHILDHFN OF W. VA. .Made l>y Till- Children's Ilf him* So ciety of West Virginia to our (■onerous P<*o|»le. Kxecutlve Committee: — Hon. Geo. W. Atkinson, LL. I).. Pres.; Rev.It. I). Roller. I). I). V. Pres.; Hon. H. <: Davis, Rev. T. C. Johnson. D. D.. Don. H. C. McWhorter, Hon. Geo. E. ; Price; Secretory, .1 D. Paines; Treas urer. Col. J. Q. Dickinson; Rev. N. O. Sowers, State Supt.; Office Sec retary, Mrs. Lillian R. Sowers. The above society was organized [In 1X96 for the care and training of the orphan and homeless children or, West Virginia. Shortly after organization Hon. H. ' G. Davis, the great friend of West j Virginia orphans, gave the society a I homo for their unfortunate little ones, which Is located in Charleston. W Va., supplementing this generous gift hy the yet more helpful dona-1 tion «>f $too per month since 1X96. To this first building Mr. Davis has just added a two-story building, thus greatly Increasing our capacity for earing for orphan children. into this home we have received 360 homeless children, they are be ing admitted ut the ruto of C, 8, and sometimes if» per month. We hnve a fine lot of bright little hoys, ranging from 1 year to 11 years old. Wo are anxious to find homes for these homeless little ones. Dear Render: — Please help us to care for them. You can do something givo a home or money. Can you not become a parent to one of them? Perhaps you have a good home and t:v> child to share it th you, you can make the little one a blessing to yourself. They are pleading dally for a new home, new papa and now mama. Will you let us plead with you for them? If you will give one or more of them a place in your home and hearts’ nf fectlons, address the Superintend ent. If you cannot do so much, then aid us by sending a Thanksgiving donation by check or P. O. M. O. to N. O. Sowers, State Superintendent, i 1118 Washington St.. Charleston, W. Va. “ - No old age agreement but that of a wise man.—Pythagoras. Intemperate youth ends In an age Imperfect and unsound.—Denham. Rooms for rent at No. 24 Pu laski street, to good par ties who will keep the rooms clean and pay the rent. Prof. T. H. R. Christie ON NOV. 15, 1906, PRICES OF LOTS IN WEST BLUEFIELD, AT “THE MIDWAY,” WILL BE ADVANCED 20 PER CEN !\ W. I>. ROBKRTN.AGT.. GRAHAM. VA g”- -■---U_|_ R. H. WILLIAMNON i’RKH. YalcoT /systemV v^wthingJ The Afco System Clothes for Men. W hy not wear a Suit, an Over coat, or a Rain 1 coat that Fits, Wears, and has the snap a n d finish ? The Union Clothing Company can show you an exceptionally large assortment of these goods, and every gar ment made in the very latest style and pat terns of the sea son. We invite i the public to y give us a call be fore buying. No. 113 Princeton Avenue. BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA. .. .iiiiv t • Do You Want t(,j B^st? Mt. Ven,oit 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. Want V', are that will Wear and will not Wear Out? -- : BUY THE CEI.RROatph . . Rochester Copper-Plated Ware. It ft Beautiful in Design, Durable in Finish, Reasonable in Price! ■ I I Is made of 40 oz. Sheet Copper Plated in and outside with a composition 20 per cent, of which is guaranteed to be pure silver and is also guaran teed not to wear off. I'I" the higher price pieces has a pure coat of silver plating on the inside. This ware | cannot be compared with the ordinary grade of | cheap Nickel Plated Ware to be found on the | market. I carry in stock a complete line of the | * following pieces, all made up in the latest styles | | and most beautiful designs: TEA KETTLES, COFFEE AND TEA POTS. SU I GAR BOWLS, CREAM PITCHERS, BAKING DISH- i ES, CAKE, BREAD AND FRUIT TRAYS, SOUP TU REENS, AND CHAFING DISHES. iimiiieTl'da 'l-'-'.nd '''"■'""I11'1' cnniiii11 in price «> be poaaeaaed by nil. Call and ex- I nine II,.- bm lifnl line of ware and Ket Ibe pri. ea and then yon v ill nol be antialivd nnlil von I urc hiif>,,hod with RocI.eHler Nickel Hated Ware. y°" I M. G. WHITLOW. Phone No. i*. 323, Princeton Ave., Opp. Freigiu i>Pot. j ■ H H tM M K,: IE* Ci-, an l»h ip, mam ax. — _ _ _ _ _ Save Your Wife Needless Work, Worry and Annoyance Buy her a Motor for her Sewing Machine. Makes 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 and Construction Company, Electrical Contractors and Engineers BLUEFIELD, W. VA. PEEP IN OUR STORE AND SEE IF YOU DON’T THINK WE HAVE THE GOODS. Tho only drawback 1. room to display thorn, but we hope to get moved Into our new building within the next two or three weeks, where ■ » I Have one of the beat equipped Clothing Baubllahmen.a In ,h„ ® "'K mea"Ura8 ,lr°» “ our hreaent Gallon and aeo the new things we have for you. <S4 SAY, LISTEN TO THIS, AND SEE IF IT DON’T MAKE A NOISE LIKE GOOD SHOE NEWS.” REGAL s,lo°8 are In town awlll be put on sale Just as soon as Ket ,uoved’ Wo have no room here for them, so we can t put «htm on sale ..r.tll *e move The Regal shoe Is sold In all the larger ,* '* hf,CWn lhrru«h(Wt the United States. Canada. Mexico, and 1 ' W are .old In the most Important cities of Europe, and we feel ’ 7 W0 ar° 'he flr8t nr,erchants in our State to obtain the agency uiMsands of people from the smaller towns where there are no Regal * mes order them each season from some one of the 123 Regal Stores. 1 h0 R°KnI ahoe »■ the only sho made In 1-4 sizes. Wo want every man. woman and child In Rluefleld and surrounding ,,,m ' S nrUl 8ta,<>,, l° V,8,t U8 ,n °ur ,,ew 8,ore. this Invitation Is to YOU. YOURS TRULY, the CASH AND CASH PRICE STORE. Present location 233 Princeton Ave. N>w location Corner Princeton and Higginbotham Avenues. 1 " --—'i _. CLOTHING CO... BLUEFIELD, W. VA.