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. .abA*jq X Pioneer Watchmaker and Jewler I OF BLUEFIELD. *' > *"“ »/✓>*.t/X, X ___________ ._.. • \r r »!♦ - — — — „„„„„ . — T 7T‘'T-T ' .* - Come to y NEW STAND and See my Great Attractions 3 r • ! -jfbf'*> ^A}0 ,'i • '■ NEW they will Startle and Attract You. Everything that is Exquisite |* ii* ,i». ' f ; n } 7 •; * and Ornamental can be had at my place. Reserve your Holi ay Orders for me. ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 ## 44 f * My New Place «r '* fit mu*^4 '•'**- *• - ** C 233 PRINCETON AVENUE. • ' ' ' ; ; • . I 1 ' r AD OF THERN ROSES load of fragrant southern will arrive In Kansas City to morrow morning. Beaumont, Tex., originated the idea of collecting a car-load of roses to be sent to a northern city for distribution among ' the hospitals. Kansas City was se lected as the city to he the recipient 1 of this graceful courtesy because of th fact that It Is the northern ter minus of the Kansas City Southern railroad. In Beaumont nre many thousand beautiful and fragrant roses bloom ing dally, while in Kansas City roses are out of season, and few are avail able for the sick at the hospitals Recognizing this situation, »* , Beaumont chamber of commerce pro posed that the people of Beaumont gather from their wealth of roses a supply to bP sent to Kansas City. The chamber of commerce had the co-operation of the ui^^B^charitles. church guild and many other organlzatl^JB*ostorda/ the rooms of the chamber of com merce at Beaumont were turned in to a big warehouse for receiving roses. The roses came from the rose gardens of Beaumont, and up on each contribution was a tag giv ing the name of the sender and the inscription: “Crown in the open air and plucked .fanuary 17, 1907. in Beaumont, Tex. ^^^k baggage car which iB^rBeaumont for Kansas City last night. The purpose of the Texans was to send enough roses to supply all the pub lic hospitals in Kansas City and to furnish a large bouquet of Beau mont roses for every pulpit in the town. Beaumont, is in southern Texas, 15 miles from^Port Arthur on the gulf of Moxicm and 76fi miles from Kansas Bitv.—Kansas City Star. B Mrs. Martha Pennington of Wil lard, Ky., is a believer in intensive farming, and has won a prize of fered by a New York pajtor for suc cess in raising crops, Mrs. F’enning ton made $164.25 during the seas on from one quarter of an aero of land. She first sowed the land to onions and sowed radishes between the rows. Fly the first of May she had gold both onions and radishes in bunches. She then planted the ground to beans, which were har vested by the middle of July, and she set out cabbage of a late soft.. In the first of September she sewed ryo In the cabbage patch, and from | this succession of crops she made the money mentioned. DAISY GIRLS WITH THE LYMAN TWINS IN THE RUHTT/ERS, ' Do You Wish to Reach the Wealth-Laden Coal Region of the Flat-Top Section of W.Va.? If you do, make your wishes known through The Evening Leader. Bluefield Collecting Agency. Will do a General Collecting Business. PERSONAL ATTENTION given to Collec tions in Bluefield. Exceptional facilites for making collec in all ports of the country: The UTMOST PROMPTNESS in making Collections highest aim. Notary work of all kinds attended to. Offices: Paris BeildiRg, Bland Strut. WEST VIRGINIA. I j VIRGINIA. L \ \ hm ::::: ^"""""""■ Kuc-rmuo rt. \ .. 1 l/. M W. RV. \ \ . \ W. D. RORIHTR, Agent, NEW YARD OFFICE. \. ora ham. va. A Chicago judge hatj had a Jury >f women drawn to hear the t • * :>f Mra. M. A. Rnydor. against .V s. Mary Murphy for Blander. Ho k Id lhat tnen could not accurately na nces the injury if any. * ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ • 4 : , i t Let us have t 1 Your name \ x Asa \ * Subscriber * \ To the . . . \ | Bluefield i i Daily I I Leader, i i _===^__ t ♦ l We guarantee prompt ^ ♦ and regular delivery X t under our own man- X l agement. J t Pay your subscription X t to no other except to J X the Leader office. i t You will not he troti- t t bled in the future by X J collectors. X X f,Polite and courteous t i employees of this office X $ will attend your wishes. J t JOive us your patron- t X age and we guarantee X $ satisfaction in every $ J particular. I a I he city subscription a list is now absolutely * ♦ under our own man- * ♦ agement, and we shall X ♦ do our utmost to please X t our customers. t X X X — x t X t Let us I Have your Name . t t » A 4 44 ♦♦ ♦« 44 44 4 j NEW HOTEL RIVERSIDE Keystone, W. Va. N. A. NICHE mod* Manager. Newly refitted throughout with commodious sample rooms. EVERYTHING FIlUST-CIiAHS. Open day and tight and run on the European and American Plan. Your patronage roapoetfully so licited. — — - ~ ^ ^ ^ w w m ^ TO THE POINT. Yoa. located at Norfolk now. Coming down during the Rxpo? ir so, write mo about anything you want to know, or call t0 *<•<» mo. Santo old boy; glad to hoar front anybody at any Unto. Houses to ont during tho exposition.- Hood property for Hula. ffi. WHITR ATKINSON, Hoard of Trade Bldg. ___Norfolk. Va. NEW LIVERY STABLE. Chestnut St., West End, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. C. 1’. Olay tor's I.Ivory, Food nnd Hoarding Stnhlo, ‘/I r st-Class team** t reasonable rates. Your patronage solicited. Tonnia furnished at any time day or night. Also light and hoavy muling done. The Daily Leader’s Great Magazine Bargain of the Year, including the biggest magazines at the lilt lent prices. We can save you 40 per cent in standard magazine subscriptions if you accept this offer now. 40 PER CENT. SAVED. Review of Reviews, $3.00 Qur pf jcc Woman's HomeCompanion, 1.00 Success Magazine, 1.00 Oniy $5.00 mm Daily Leader, 3.00 Jp§L Regular Price, $8.00n^^Uaf 0 The time for siibsribing to only one periodical is past. Every refined home, where good reading is appreciated, is not without its family group of periodicals— something for the man, somtthing for the young people, something for the woman. These three magazines fill the bill Completely .as a year’s supply for the library ta ble. You will want them anyhow, so why not get them with the Daily Leader, sav *ng 40 per cent as well as the trouble of corresponding with four publishers? Hix million of the best people in America have found these three great maga zines—the Review,of Reviews, Woman’s Home Companion and Suceesss—a joy and help and inspiration. We are proud to be able to offer them in one great combina tion with the Daily Leader. If for any reason you do not want all the magazines yourself send them to your friends. No present is more acceptable. REVIEW OP REVIEWS. The more magastoes there are the more necessary Is the REVIEW OF REVIEWS, because tl brings to gether the best that Is In all the most Important monthlies In the world. Snch Is he flood of periodical litera ture that nowadays pepolo say the only way to keep up with It Is to read the RliVIEW 09 REVIEWS Entirely ©ter and above this review ing section, It has more original matter and Illustrations than moat magsr.lnes, and the most timely and 1 Important articles printed In any monthly. The REVIEW OF RR | VIEWS covers five continents, and ( yet la American first and foremost. HIJOGKHH MAOAZINK. enter* upon It* tenth year with an editorial plan and polio? dIff*rlM from that of any other exlutlng periodical]. It alnm to ho the one Indispensable magnzloo In the home - "The Great Home Magazine of America." While still retalulug as a foundation principle the Idea of In spiration and Uplift, it has broad ened Into a far wider field— the Work of the World. Id th* lighter and more entertaining Rerial and Short Stories, and In it* Special De partements, it will present the best work of the most brilliant writer* of the day. The art cover* of SucceM Magazine are fine reprodnetlon* of painting*. WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION hn* the largest subscription list of any ten cent magazine—three mil lion peoplo read this ono magazine every month. Besides the helpfnl, intimate things that women want to know, there are delightful stories and article* by Kate Douglas Wlggln, Elisabeth Htuart Phelps, Phelps, Jack London and Mary U Wilkins Freeman; Inspiring editorials by Dr. Edward Everett Hals; Miss Gould’s fashion pages, her dressmaking les sen and her free shopping service; Mlsa Farmer’s cooking department; the children's own pages ;n all twelve useful departments—some thing for all the family and for the woman everytnirg.