~ -<• -v^ w -• rr
Mrs. Pol her t Shaffer. who has
been quite* Indisposed. is luipro.
IMlss l.izzie Vinson. <»f Knlrmont.
this state, is \isitinp relatives i:i
Mis. \r. \'. Stuart, of South Bland
street, is ablo to In* up again after
several days illness.
Miss llallli* I’> .1 : •. or Princeton.
Is visit in m the Miss-- Nmler-on and
Pack • n Blued -in I
.Indue It. C MctMauclierty .as
rettirned frent hi, p • . » -
to Wyoming cot i ■. i | .
Mr. Byron Ir: ! v. : an I
daughter, of l>, .. I . are vis
It In fr Mr. and Mr !>«!’ < Shatter.
Miss llosa Q'v ■ ■ l> r: of Sl\
vatns. Va . is i '••> n< ' ni In i -
ter. M’s. .1 |i <’ -Mahan. oi Park
Mr. j| )| Martin «as a pleasant
visitor t«d > and !>••<•me a -it. 'it*
er to tin* ia -ulet it is ^,il( h i.,, n a
Mr. Martin that w. ];, • to hav.* ,s
Miss Iris -si. ••:*, s • no;** aph.';- foi
the < '*>n o’i ' led Fa• I Co. who has.
be»*n eon tin. .t to 1. room for th>
past week, is a!i’ t ■ h ■ at her • o- 1
Mi. l-’t ’ e| I' ■ r' d t lump!
the city this i os-nip r. Sin was r<*
turning from I-JU-. ■ ■.>rn where h •
had he< ii att "din-.: a party pi von
in her honor.
Still the 1 '•■■•p!. s Store i (,rr,-ii!u:
great !i.o'_:ai!i in all I ml.-, of iM'*r
chandise. You h<m!d < all i,d a>.
the indtn *• i• i ut I in- of-a >1 t<
The Chnrle 'on !*.• 111y Gazett.
comes to this Otr - e n h ini| i ove.:
in a ea
Tile Gazette I... d-.!n« -i , ,) w«>«• I j
and is ini) rnvipir .!! t|»: tin
Mr. I'atri k I.,o ltd 'Is Nanni*
Stnit t* w • . a; »rri- I .. ' ni •'. • m ,ti
Ada. The t,: .j.\ \,, • a
ed throne^ this . i • t ’ • . t.
for their new home !• I • ! , <> ■
Mr. and Mis \v \ ’; ay nan!
who were married y. i, day at
Ilichlands. are takinp in ti.is city ott
tlieir bridal tour. Tim* ar<> acrom
panied l»y Mrs. Maynard’s si-- :s.
Mrs. (Jooiv, lima r and Miss May
The pod« strians of South Blue
field can sitm: ties,* days, "o some
times how heavy mv feet.”
Mr. Hedrhk. of the ‘Knter
prise” at nramw.il. was down yes
terdny, and took in the .how !.<-*
**ight. New spa per | ,-n a
outfnrr or-sionally, ,m -t ]i]<. other
Mr. F. S. Hill, of CV, a rs, is n
business visitor in tin <■!; t ».t i\
Mr. Hill is a tu r eh 1 i. nd <>f ♦ h
Daily Ijeadet • * |
comes to nil!, field ’ rill front
10 to 1" new S'llb -rile If a!! oi;r
subscriber- were : en<hnspm*n
Mr. Hill w.. slum! non have a mil
Attention is diroeu-d n> the no
tire of Midway lots on ihh page
This pm;.. i t v ■ ;s! n . ,~f i 1 >
leaped Into fane a tiir onh
plate In the <11 rrict where there i
art i ve lot hnyin - I;. in'ilu i?jt ■ i rp
course the deri-ion of the railroad
to 1 orate shot w. yard off’. < etc. near
this pro! • t . Mi<r wi;h o*h‘
factors ■ VO t, y ha < r : ]
hut by far th*. creat* ■ selling for'*"
has In arefnl, pe> ter t adver
To the < l ole.ervf r it ap
pears that the Fowler-Rfrhn rdson
Hardware C<i, j» pr p ing to tnovc
to otter quarter rt’it n ill-rbt in
vest lintIon h •’ *’iat the erating
Of ! O' I : 1 d U « O of
Is onl fillr-i a 1<
the quant it of ear' ship 1 in
and the antfl • t t q it T m
know how it K dor v ’ o do f’ .
inir for VO) <o fail -a f,,r
Th" j er.j
long ui on he
Inv* -• ii/ i i or < o- tiilof *. , < r iMjjens
the only m
Va . and Mr. rharl* H. Kills,
trtony v a i p rforn■* >’
Fourteen Ok ice
Ij Iiland Street.
A LETTER WHICH
I 1 infield. \v. Va.. Jan. 31. 1»U7
Ihliior 1 >:t i 1 \ Lender:
l take the liberty to adddress you
N r mj irdlnK the article ap
i ■!>: in the I tally Telegraph cop
! from the Columbus, Ohio, State
Journal under the heading of Ordet
for Strike whs not Obeyed, for the
rea><»n that tin* article is mislead
ing from start to finish, for the fol
t‘i* if, Crand Master did not order
i v»j-; • on the N £• W. effective
I .;«r> .'S, | !*07.
' oud. The name of the Organ
• a Is not llrotherhood of T.nco
>• Firemen and Fnglneern. hut
•fl ood of l.oeoinytlve Firemen
id KN’F.INFMKX, Notice the dif
Third. The It of I.. F & K. do not
it k ft .. , <*>, !als of the N * \V. (tall
ii" any other railroad to rocoR
e tin ir off:’tii/ation In proferenc
• ft • I! of^l,. K . hut they do ask
’it- right to place a tiiemhcr's case
"• :• :>' i • before the proper of
i .Is of the railroads, be lie an
r or fireman, for the ret >ti
I :• * the 11 of I. F. & K. have n very
I n ee nuniher of uieinhers who have
et) promoted to engineers and It
- n > more than fair and Just that
endue in should r< tain their
i' her hip in tin* M of I,. F. & 10
• •much as this organlzalIon took
are of them while they were firing,
"•fore their promotion, when tin* is
>f I.. IS. would not admit them to
U a!' .ship in their organization
Pher*‘loro any man who withdraws
i ho n. of L. F. & K., an orgati
/ Mon I ha t v them and their
a mill* i the protection of from
' 1 ‘.on to $:’.000 for several years,
ii.il joins a supposed Labor Organi
aii'Mi that openly boasts that their
■e mbers (lilt d tin* plates of the
' il.ing Fin men on the Southern
• ■ itie. i not in my opinion a I'nion
>t . iitii/ation. hut on tie* contrary,
■ <• breaking organization and
orditiR to the views of your huin
I* wriii r. instead of this strike of
m - I dug a death blow to the
of I. F. & R.t it will be the
i'll to the one-man organl
ition, the II. (>f L. F. and my rea
■ ni !<if railing the H. of L. R. a oilc
an organization is owing to the
;| ■ that Chief Knglnecr C. S. Stone,
l ('L veland. Ohio, says that a man
''ho : a member of the It. of L. F.
F or an. other Labor Organlza*
ion must first drop the same before
'ey can heroine a member of the
of L. F.
However, if this same Mr. Stone
'ould leave the question to a refer
ndrm vote lie would learn to his
ici t that 7f> per cent of the
< ‘lbership of the It. of L. F. would
oi to allow tlie members thereof
. hold membership in both organl
• t;• \nd again, I desire to say
’>at it is net a question of having
• i lilroad look more favorably
f i 'hi- It of I.. F. & F. than upon
h* 't of I.. F Hut the right of the
■ *f L. F. & F. to place a member's
* I fore the proper officials of
railroad, lie he a fireman or en
• tnim. so long jis he Is a niem
r and in good standing, and the
> ’ v r< : on that Mr. Stone iH object
to thi- agreement is that if the
"■els do recognize the It. of L
<v K . both «'is firemen and engine
t tli n the members of the It. of
. F. & F will have no reason what
'"•er for withdrawing from Hie It
f I F & F and joining the It. of
F . for the simple reason that
ns* nf membership In the It. of
1 »■ F. A- F. is considerably less and
t (itm much greater than In
he H. of L. R.
I trust you will kindly publish this
fie f.'itement of the situation as It
• x I - * between these two organ
I’linv MW'WKMi A HI.INC!TON.
Lecturer on Labor Questions.
rf that the West Wue
■’ and Graham district will bn
‘lit In public attention this
'•b<r. activity Is looming up
’ban ever before seen In the
ole Minefield Graham district.
' )■' edition of the railroad's new
■1 Office. shops. etc. In the West
’ Ihe blowing In of the Graham
the Installation of a gas
n' the Midway water works*
Ml'o field ,nd Gra
fid the extension of
. a the " things are on
1 tt< 'lo board for 1007. Add to
1 < iiiVf iif these the building of
1 *o hundred dwellings and
houses and you have per
a I 'If rnllllfin dollars Invested
r< it Ib Bln- field.
VEW HOTEL RIVERSIDE
Keystone, W. Va.
^ I Mt III I.SOV, Manager.
\iv]y refitted throughout with
■: -idloim “ample rooms.
» i:v i hi nf. i iitHT-riiAM.
,:;y a 1 r Ight and run on thr
• ri atid American Plan.
Vo.i patronage respectfully so
Kditor of The Dally Leader: —
J notice In your paper of yester
<lay a reference to the hill now
before the West Virginia Legisla
ture, making changes hi the charter
of the City of Minefield | also not**
that you say certain staunch re’ino
IlcatiH aro In favor of the hl'l and
you imply that Us purpose Is flnar.
cial recoupment and that yon favo.
You do not publish this proposed
amendment to our City Charter and
you give absolutely no information
whatever as to Its provisions.
Have you ever read this hill? I>«»
you know, and If so, will you kindly
tell the citizens of Minefield what
Is the purpose in providing by till
amendement for the election of two
Councllmen at large? Isn't the pur
pose of this not financial recoup
ment, hut political recoupment?
Isn't it a broken dose of the sam«
medicine the Huntington “gang”
are trying to force the people of
that, city to swallow?
Was tills bill not Fathered by the
Minefield ‘‘gang” for the purpose of
trying to keep control of the Coun
cil even though a majority of the
wards should turn them out? Do
von think this same set of political
gentlemen who brought thirty-five
Ot’T OF TOWN NKOHOR8 to Blue
field in one gang last Spring and
ifter voting them at one precinct,
trltul to vote them at another, had
nothing to do with getting up this
IT the people of Rlueflold are to
have more officers to pay they should
at least bo Informed of the fact. A
great many good people may he de
ceived as to the purpose of this
amendemont. If there are any
good reasons for It lot the people
have them. The bill nmy have some
good features, as It covers a great
many different things, but I think
he people generally would like to
have the good features pointed out
and the reasons why they are good
Probably it would be well to watch
iho proceedings of the “gang” as
“Citizen” suggests. They generally
have something tip their sleeves
when it comes to legislation of any
Thursday, January 31st,
At 4:30 O’clock.
ADMISSION 10 CENTS.
.. For this program the Pas
sion Play and Holy City
will be given.
Ladies, Children and
Come One and All.
SOHN BUILDING ON
Under Auspices of K. of P.
* 1 I.k’K OI'KKA IIOI'SF, *
* MONDAY, FF.IilU’AHY II. *
* Second Triumphal Tour of *
* the Sensation of the Century *
* c;f.oiu;e n. mtFNN.w *
* Direct from record-brooking *
* engagements In Now York *
* dtjr and Chicago. *
* - *
* Py Thomas Dixon, Jr., from *
* bln two famous novels, "The *
* I/eopard’s Spots" and "Tho *
* Clansman." *
* - *
* Metropolitan Cast of Forty *
* Principals, Small Army of *
* supernumeraries and troop of *
* Horses. *
* - *
* Splendid Now Scenic Produc- #
* tlon, «
* - *
\V A RN INO. Order your *
* seats by mail, sending remit- *
* tanco with order. In this «
* »ay you will avoid having to *
* pay excessive prices to specu- *
* lafors, as was the case last «
* season with this attraction. *
* Prices 60c to 11.50. «
* ** ******
Even ng Leader
FOR SALE: A general mer
chandise and fresh meat
business, with Furniture
and tools, in the town of
Graham, Va. Failing
health reason for sale.
Box 117, Graham, Va.
FOR RENT: Tv/o nicely
furnished rooms at 134
Third Street, No children
WANTED: —Room and
Board for man and wife,
with private family, with-1
in ten minutes walk of
the station. Apply to Lead
TO LET:—Furnished Room
with Board. Steam heated
house and bath. Apply at
51 Rogers Street, city.
LOST:—^ ro<t MU book on street
ear between Graham and Hluefleld,
containing paj^rs valuable to the
owner, but of no use to anyone
olno. a liberal reward. Finder
will leave at Graham Hotel, or re
turn to Leader office, IUuelield.
WANTED—For U. S. Army
able bodied unmarried
men between ages of 211
.and citizens of United|
States, of good character
and temperate habits, who
can speak, read, and write
Kngish. For information
ftpply at liecruting office,
Blueiield, W. Va.,
WANTED:— 15 GOOD
Carpenters. Apply to
RUFUS B. BIRD,
Princeton, W. Va.
POSITION WANTED: By
young married man with
2 years experience in city
stores. 2 years experience
as Commissary clerk and
store manager. Address
W. W. Leader office.
WANTED: At once, First
Class Cook. Apply 84d
Princeton Ave, or this of
WANTED: — Two heavy
teams for street grading
at Midway, West Blue
V/. D. ROBERTS. Agt.,
GREAT BARGAINS in
Heating Stoves at M. G.
Whitlow Hardware Com
pany. In order to clear
our floor space preparato
ry to making extensive re
pairs on our store we are
offering the remainder of
our line of Heating Stoves
at COST. Buy now before
all the bargains are gone.
M. G. Whitlow Hardware
LEFT FOR JACK
Mth. J. m. Anderson, with her
WIIllam, left yesterday for
laekson rllle, Fla., where who was
summoned by message to attend the
lllnoHs of her husband. Mr. J. M.
Anderson, formerly a prominent
attorney of this place.
Lots Vill Be Advanced Fifty Dollars Each
W. D. ROBERTS, sa.es/ygent.
cr e n c
At Cost and Carriage.
In Order to move all heavy stock off of my door
preparatory to making extensive proponents to our
Store Building, we will offer for ;l short time oulv the
remainder of our line of heating stoves at cost and ear
ria£e. It is now mid-winter and heating stoves will be
used for several months to come. To those who have
> Sot to buy lhis offer is an exceptional opportunitv to
save 25 per cent in purchase price. Our inc of heaters
is the best on the market and if would be good business
policy even though you do not need the stove this season
?to buy during this special sale and carry over until fall
as we not only will not have such offer* to make at that
turn* but owing to the heavy advances all stoves
will cost from 10 to 20 per cen more .,c 1 season.
In Conclusion we call your attenton to our line of
A?i.'l request that if you are thnking of buying a range
thut you examine our line b'.ore so doing, as we know
that we have THE BEST RANGE on the MARKET
and that the PRICE is RIGHT.
M. C. WHITLOW
iPhone No. It. 323, Princeton Ave., Opp.
* t z a a m ■
ELKS’S OPERA HOUSE,
FRIDAY, FEB. 1.
ComoB tho Hlg Laughing Hit of the
Year, In Now York. Still running in
Mr. EDWARD R. SALTER
CHARLES J. STINE
MISS OLIVE EVANS
Edgar Selwyn’B Laughable farce
Produced identically as given for
100 Nights at Savoy Theatre, New
York. A remarkable cast
NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting of tho Stockholders
of tho Louisville Coal & Coke Com
pany will be held In tho office «»f
Jones, Watts & Company, Law build
ing. Lynchburg, Virginia, at 10
o’clock a. m. Tuesdday, February
10th, A. I). 1007.
This January 27th, 1007.
ISAAC T. MANN, President.
JAIItrS COLLINS, Secretary.
KELLY & MOYERS.
"*■DEALERS IN--—---,-> -
WHISKIES, VUNES, BRANDIES, ALES, BEERS.
Porters and All Kinds of Liquors.
BILLIARD &. POOL-ROOM CONNECTE
OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED PROMPTLY X
I AM AGENT
[•'or two of the largest lint -
Uerine concerns in the coun
try. Good Terms and lowest
prices obtained for those
who favor me with their or
Am also wholesale dealer
in the Finest
Packed in squares and solid
Phone 93. Pulaski St.
Undertakers and Funeral
I )i rectors.
! 'rices Reasonable,'—Satis
fact ion guaranteed.
I >ay Phone, 19(5; Ni«*ht
. Phone 188J.
Telephone Building, Bland
Drawing to a Close is This
Come Quick for Bargains
Only a Few More Days.
THE CASH AND CASH PRICE STORE.
The “Daylight Store,”
Corner Princeton and.Higginbotham Avenues,
BLUEFIELD W. VA
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