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NEWS OF CITY
TERSELY TOLD
PERSONAL AND BRIEF
MENTION.
MAW LITTLK ITIvMS (jATIIKUF.I)
HKRK AN I* TIIIAtK AXI>
KYKKYWIIFHK.
Mr. A. 13. Scott. of Tnzewell. it*
here on business.
Mr. 1) I lornbai ter of Hinton, Is
in the city on business.
Mr .Tool Ttuckwith. of I’arkershurrc
Is on a visit to this city.
Mr. C. O. YY’ood. of Norton. Y’n.
Is on our streets today.
Mr. C. 13. Turner, of Lcwlsburg
YV. Y’u.. is hero prospecting
Miss Kmnia Tipton, of Northfork
is visiting friends in the city.
Mr. L. C. Hell, of YY'oleh, \V. Vn
• 1b a visitor in the city today.
Mr. H. \j. Palmer, of Uynehburg
Va., is In Rlueflold oil business.
Mr. K. H. Rallough, of Lynchburg
Va., is doing business in th<> city.
Mr. C. H. Holmes, of Chicago, i
transacting business in the city.
Mr. \\ K. Weakley, of Columbus
Ohio, is here looking after business.
Mr. C. A. Baxter, of Layfayette,
Indiana, is a business visitor in tin
city.
Mr. Jack Williams, of Williamson
W. Va.. is transacting business it
this city
Mr. S. I>. Clinton, of Glen Lyn
Va.. is sojourning in our city for a
few days.
Mr. l,oni Stinson, of Ada, thb
county, was n pleasant visitor in th«
city today.
Mr. W. A. Trice, Inglestde. thb
county, is greeting friends on oui
streets today.
Mr. J. O. Gilmer, of Johnson City
is prospecting in the city and wll
remain for a few days.
Prosecuting Attorney, Alexaiulet
Sutton, of Princeton, is in the cit>
on legal business for the state.
^ Mr. William Jarrett, who bar
been on a purchasing trip to the
eastern cities, returned to this city
yesterday.
Mr. G. H. Crites, of Catlettaburg
Ky.. Ir in the city visiting- his broth
er, Mr. M. Crites. of the Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Airs. O. K. Dilts and little son
are very sick at their home on
Bluefleld avenue. Their friends hop*
to see them out again so-m.
Mr. W. A. Reynolds, of St. Clair
near Graham, will give a blrthda;
party on Tuesday, the 26th inst., in
honor of his daughter, Miss Kat»
Elizabeth.
The Suprise Store iH getting read)
for big business. This store lias pro
cured a first-class auctioneer and
goods will go at your own bid
Nothing reserved.
I Rev. l,oiitf, pastor of the M. E
Church, will begin a series of re
vival meetings at his church 01
March the 17th. 1907. Rev Geo. U
Stewart assisting in the services.
Miss Helen Jennings, of L. ric h
burg. Va., is In the city and w:J
make her home In the future* wit I
her father, of the Fiat Top Grocer?
Company, this city. They are stop
ping at the City Restaurant. No. 1(
Bluefleld avenue.
Airs C. O'Leary, of this city, wifi
of Col. C. O'Leary, -as called tc
Georgetown, It C-, thits morning tc
see her son who is suffering wit I
pneumonia. She was called by t**1
egraph to his bedside and left 1 in
mediately on reception of the news
(We hope Mrs. .O'Leary m»> find hci
son better upon her arrival a
Georgetown.
The entertainment given by the
Order of final Rrlth of this city, it
Ihoiioi of Washington's birthday
was a grand affair In every way. A
a social event It was a most enjoya
ble ocra.-don and all present wert
made happy by the good feeding ex
istlng on every hand It iH good tc
have such pleasing and delightfu
gatherings In the fraternal brother
hood of the lodge room.
MIDWAY.
A man from Ne* ort > * d(
to the agent of these 1325 and $371
j lo s: "real estate Investing Is a sp'
cles of strategy, and you've got th
right point."
AND A WIHTE ELE
PHANT GENERALLY
True enough, if our admlnlstra
tlon of the Philippines has convlnc
ed u of t!.. c- it.fr • • of 11
Filipinos for governing themwlrct
It has convinced all man- led of on
utifitno to gov* b< in 'i he . a.
not at all BRset They are site
gather a liability. - Now York Tlmei
GOOD TIME ON
FEBRUARY 26.
ELKS MINSTRELS AT
OPERA HOUSE.
MM XI, TALKXT WILL KNTK'lt
T.XIN TlllvMICi; LOCKS FOK
OXK VM.IIT ONLY.
Hctir In mind that tho next event
it tho city of Hlii.'Huld will bo (ho
l-ilks entortalninout ;tt tho Klks
‘ M»c*t .1 House*. It will a feast of fun
and ploasiirc* for our citizens. it
II b«> the bom ontoi lalninont over
-1 von in i In* oily and tho crowd
ould bo rtnnionso. Tho Kilts and
•• orybod- in the city will have)
n good time*, so ir you wish solid
onjoyinoiit bo on hand when tho
C< >oa I ion o doors oiion on next
I io lay. the* «Wt' of February.
< one* out ..ud bring your friends
>vith you.
I
PASSED AWAY.
*N Olil) AM) I.DABIXH ( ITI/F.N
<>i' ki.i i;i ii:u>.
This morning at s o'clock uuietly
missed away at his icsidcncc iu tilts
■ i'y. I*r. J. H. iImo, one oT our
most respected citizens. I)r. Hare
as llio son of Joseph Hare, of
Narrows, Va., air] moved to this
if J a number of years ago. He had
•en (unfilled to ills residence for
life a while from illness and Ills
f<*ath wa not unexpected, lie h.id
'• ared a large family of respected
lildren and stood high in the esti
atiun of all who knew him. He
as a pure an I good man and had
/ed a worthy and honorable life
• wa llfty-ono >eai old and bore
s afflictions wi'li remarkable for
mic. He leaves an interesting fam
y to mourn his loss, many of his
illdren now occupying honored
isition in our city. We extend
ir sympathies to the iiereaved fam
y. 'file funeral services will take
lace tomorrow at three o'clock, p.
, at the Christian Church, and
• mediately after the services ills
■mains will be interred at. the
alnut drove cemetery in South
I I upheld. Services will be eonduel
I by Itev. Harman, of Tazewell.
Head the Dally Leader.
ULLIAM CLOTHING
STOItE.
NOW I.OCATID AT ‘JIT* 1*1(1 \CF.
rov ,\vi:\i n.
We have recently moved our store
from Turk’s old stand on Bland St.
<o I r> Princeton Ave., and will
hank all of my friends to give mo
share of their tiado. I will give
one * a allies, and guarantee my
oods, ho that you can run no risk
o deal \ ith me l know that tills
is a new horn- and you have been
in the habit uf going to other
'rlends fi • !. it you need but now
ere I. our pledge, if you will give
fund y<» u mom y if tin* goods don’t
iitisf. on i , * i ivni niy trndo
nm-: t nnd . and by <-o doing 1
elievt* I will gain fho con (lienee of
'ho trade and if f ran do tills, hiic
. »>ns is Mur*' to follow, and also peace
i ml happiness in business.
' soil Isaac IlarnberKer & Sons
’ ’obrnted Clot: Inr White House
s Strauss Punts, Wilburn Shirts
end tofferson a d Stetson Hats..
J l > tin- be ? I don't spare mon
y w! *-n I * an value in quality,
ilthoi.eh I use everv precaution to
■tty i cheap as possible. You will
find by using soni • of my goods
hat i have a strictly fir t class line,
r have medium goods also, hut don’t
guarantee them I moan to tie hon
' ♦•st. fair and square with you, and
by this m* nn« work u|T" an honest
business and have an honest trade.
f hope \ou willl read what I have
o -ay and vi it hh at njj new store,
'live me a s uit wl'h you. You don't
know how much good a little start
doe when any on® n®t <In your
My Tailor will l>e here for
Spring Suits March I *<. for purpose
of taking tneasurf t for spring clo
thing f ropre < nt Fred Kauffman,
of Chimgo
Give tts your order for Spring
Hilt i old tinder positive guarantee.
Your Friend.
OfLMAM CLOTHING STOHF
POLO GAMES
AT THE RINK.
SALEM BOYS COMING
NEXT WEEK.
covii:nt \vifTc in: intkickhti.no
AM> VOI WANT TO IIK *
Til KICK.
'Hu Skating llink in i l^ht sid<*
up with loth of fun tonit4ht an usual.
There v ill |>«> a number of special
features to <I•' 11l; 111 and plcaae you.)
I5y till Hi'miih you should j?o and
v‘* !1 K‘»f‘d tint**. Thorn is alwaya
Hum* tIiIiik good ut the rink, its gen
inl manager Is a constant worker
for the pleasure of the public. Next.
" o*’k the Salem J’olo players will
h** tho attra* tIon.
1 OPTJLAR OWNERSHIP.
Again we beg to point out to
Hurke’s Garden peoi>le, and to oth
«*!rt Interested In the proposed trol*
1« y line, the desirability, and, to our
tf'Inc]. die extreme iinportanee of
lodging Its ownership and control
1,1 those who ar* to use It most —to
f f e landowner;< Iti the “(•.•irden’* and
the course or the line. It will
not he difllcult to float the bonds,
hut it is clear to us that the stock
should he held locally. Once let Its
' ' iitrol pass Into foreign hands, and
will he regarded as a hated mo
nopoly hy those who tire now fore
most in its promotion.
( Itemember that the auction will
■ ontlnue for ten days at the Surprlso
l s'ore where you can get anything
vou want at your own price.
it you wish nice Ornhntn prop
rty at a low price you will find it
Ivertised in another place in tills
aper.
The center or attraction will he at
e Surprise Store during next
•< K. Conic out and join the throng
■ tit will he there to buy goods a;
;heir own price.
!{• nl the Daily Louder.
LARGEST HOUSE
IN BLUEFIELD.
TO BE ERECTED AT AN
EARLY DATE.
'VII.li i:\TKM) FROM I'HIXCKTOX
L\ KM K THIlOt'CJIf TO R.\
liKIfJH 8TKFF.T.
I ho «>1 «J temporary Dllger building
••n The Rod Lot has boon moved pre
parator> to tho erection of the* largo
Minefield Furnleure Company build
ing. Phis now structure will occupy
the* entire space between Princeton
avenue and Raleigh street and will
la- the largest business building ever
erected in the city of Btuofleld. work
on which will bo comnienecd at nil
curly date
Miss Ida Fletcher of Athens, is
visiting Conductor John Harve
Johnson and family, of Rogers
street, this city.
Read the Daily Tender.
WANTED:—A boy 18 or 19
Years of age at the Fami
ily 5c Theatre. 2-23-2*.
WANTED:—Every body to
see the New Moving pic
tures at the Family 5c
Theatre. 2-23-iwk.
TAKE WALDEN, State
Bank Barber, will on Sat
urday morning be found
the Art Barber Shop
Lindsey’s Fool Room.
Blue field ave. lwl
WANTED:—A position as
Stenographer .and Book
keeper, by lady, with sev
eral years experience. Cai
give any desired refer
ence. Would prefer posi
tion in the city of Blue
field. Address 1613, Daily
Leader, Bluefield, W. Va.
-’Ult a Uooms at
28 Giles St. Apply to J.
W. Thornton, at Thorn
ton Clothing Co.
WANTED For U. S. Army
able bodied unmarried
men between ages of 21
.and .'15; citizens of United
►States, of good character
and temperate habits, who
ean speak, read, and write
Engish. For information
apply at Woe luting office,
Blucfield, W. Va.t
TRULY
METROPOLITAN.
Are Our SPECIALS offer
ing THIS WEEK.
PIG Reductions on all our
line of RAIN-COATS,
SPRING SHAPES in
KNOX HATS, NEW
SHIRTS, PA JAMAS and
NIGHT-ROBES.
Solid us your mail orders.
METROPOLITAN
CJKNTH* I'l iiMSIlINCi CO.
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imiisfield Book & Stationery;
COMPANY.
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On March 1st, 1907,
! Pi ices of Midway
Lots Will Bti Advanced Fifty Dollars Each.
w. D. ROBERTS, Sales Agent,
GRAHAM, VIRGINIA.
“Cover
A
Muitllude
01
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Wearing Good Clothes,
you admire in the
Just drop f»ff ;it
•i li11le hrlow. 11'h
your ( rilcr.
IIKA rTl i l'|, ( 1,0I lls we hIiow
humpies I I 1 yard si/,rg made in
Guaranteed Fits, end worn over the
KIPLING SHOE
we sell, will give you that sense of hr
'nK- °f self-ronfidoticr and proportion
well-dressed New Yorker,
the Graham depot ear stop and find us
Up to the Humph * and our prices to «rt
Vot'Ks Tkixy,
THEW. S. KING COMPANY.
»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
'IOU!
^.UICS.
In addition to the above
notice we take pleasure in
informing you that we have
made contract with the man
ufacturers by which we be
come the
DISTRIBUTING AGENTS
FOR THIS SECTION
For the Ceebrated
KEEN KUTTER
Brand of .Carpenters tools,
e»nd in the future will carry
a large and well assorted
stock of all the tools of this
celebrated brand used by
the craft.
r The KEEN KUTTER
Line is fully guaranteed
against imperfections in ms
A Place for Every Tool
mJ'mSiS.ij"?*/. Vd 've^ sho'’ "K're should b* O
KtM KinitR 1 ool Cabinet which com-ins just the right
selection of Tools for practical purposes, all belonging to
the famous K((M KUTUft Family and fully guaraniaed.
1 he Cabinet itself is made of the finest natural oak
hand rubbed and finely fitted. All HUM KUT1f* Tool’
Cabinets are of the same quality and finish ; prices varyino
according to size and selection of tools. YOU naod ono.
Call at once and examine our line.
terial and workmanship,
here is no line of carpenters tools on the market today
^ ’! compare with them. We solicit your valued pat
ronage v/hen in need of anything in the tool line. We
r" noise you first-class goods at reasonable prices and a
guarantee of a fair dea. Let us have your patronage. It
-ill be appreciated.
THE WHITLOW HARDWARE CO.
Phone No. U.
E3i£BIB££lHiiliaa
323, Princeton Ave., Opp. Freight Depot
IBBIBHfil B■mmm« ■n ma,
R « Si S 3 2 is » £ £1 a -
NOTICE: I Will sell for
$3C0 cash, and 30 month
iy payments of $20 each,
a 30 x 125 foot lot, and a
4 room house, renting at
$8 per month, situate 100
yards from Graham de
pot. W. A. LINDSAY,
11 Graham, Va.
NOTICE.
Bluefleld Lodge No. 61?, Inde
pendent Order Bnai Urith will hold
a social session in honor of George
Washington's birthday at their lodge
room, Friday, February 2 2nd, at 8
1>. m.
Fourteen Ounce Fleece
Lined Underwear, 38c, at
Gilliam Clothing Store,
40 Bland Street.
HERBERT B. HAWES,
Attorney and Gotinse'or,
No. 6 Telephone Building.
3LUEFIELD, . WEST VIRGINIA
Prompt personal attention given to claims
in Nieicer and McDowell counties, W. Va
am! Tazewell county, Va. C nimercial an
" i-oration ls*w a so*" ir»l*v
FOUND:—A bunch of keys
with long metal chain at
tached. The owner can
procure same by applying
at the Leader office.
Evening Leader
And Get
Satisfactory
Results.
1' OR : A 9 Room
nearly new dwelling, witii
largo basement on a cor
ner lot 02 x 175 feet, one
square from Graham de
pot, boutn Siae. Terms:
$2500 casn, balance in 3
half-yearly payments of
vb00 each.
H. M. YOST,
Lt* Graham, Va.
_ „ NOTICE.
J. F. Bobunnan & Co., have sold
their interest In the Feed and Gro
cery business on Pulaski street to
Or. N. L. Coiner, who will conduct
the business hereafter. Mr. J. m.
McLoughlln will be at the old stand
to collect all accounts due the old
firm.
J. F. BOH A NX A * CO.
WEST VIRGINIA I. AT,ft,
STEAM AND D'v»* jTIC.
All producers of the above not
having already contracted outiuit lor
year 1907-8, may do well to com
municate wit h
H. WHITE ATKINSON,
fill Board of Trade Building,
NO ft FOLK, VA.
We are receiving Spring
Goods daily and it gives us
pleasure to show them. Come
in and look at the new things
we are showing.
We welcome you in 6
days out of the week, even
if you don’t buy a dollar’s
worth of goods.
Thornton Clothing
COMPANY.
THE CASH AND CASH PRICE STORE.
The “Daylight Store,”
Corner Princeton ftnd.Higginbotham Avenues,
BLUEFIELD W. VA

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