Monotor Pulverized has
come to stay- because
good housekeepers never
tire of good quality.
PENCIL SKETCHES I
OF YOUR FRIENDS'
MANY LITTLE ITEMS GATH EKE 11
HERE ANI) THERE THAT
The Leader will soon bo printing
all the news that is news. Watch It
Mrs. J. B. Williams and children,
of Pembroke. Va.. are visiting Mr.
and .Mrs. Gibson Williams, on Blue
flold avenue, this city.
Let it not he said that the city ol
Bluefleld is still lorded over by a
political ring of bosses. Let our
people remember that Charleston
and Huntington have been redeem
ed. Protect the good name of your
city by voting for good government
and a clean administration of (fur
Let every citizen who would have
a clean conduct of municipal af
fairs in Bluefield come to the aid of
their city in the present efTort to do
away with ring and boss rule. Now
Is the time to act.
Mr. W. II. Thomas, of the Huff,
Andrews & Thomas Company, left
last evening for Roanoke on business.
Ho will visit Radford and other
places of interest before he returns.
To insure correct insertion of
your advertisement you should en
deavor to hand it in not later than
four o’clock on the evening before
the day you wish it to appear.
The job department of the Dally
Leader is employing none but the
best workmen and tho new manage
ment guarantees satsfaction in every
instance to all who may favor tills
office with their patronage.
Miss Annie Rapenport, of Poca
hontas, is the guest or Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Cohen, of Ramsey street,
Mr, C. \V. Duvall, of this city, has
returned from Tazewell, where he
has been on a business trip
Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Buckingham,
of Lot us, Va., are the guests of
Rev. B. P. Moody and wife, of Jones
street, this city.
Carpenters commenced this morn
ing the tearing down of the old
Raptist church, which Is be re
placed by a magnificent structure o
worship. This is a step toward a
Mr. .J. L. Pendland, of this city,
left this afternoon to attend the
Presbytery at Radford, which con
vene.' in that city today.
Mr. B. S. Higginbotham and
wife, of this city, leave tonight for
the Jamestown Exposition, where
they will attend the opening. From
that point they will make an ex
tended tour of the United States.
W iiile absent Mr. Higginbotham has
left his business In the care o'
competent agents who will care for
same during his absence. We wish
these good people a pleasant out
.Messrs. J. E. Smith and A. .1, Les
ter, capitalists of Martinsville, are
in the city prospecting with a view
Mr Harry O. Whitlow, of the
firm of the M G. Whitlow Hard
ware Company, has returned from
Roanoke whepe he has been recre
Mr. E. Mitchell, bookkeeper for E
S. Pedigo, returned today from
Princeton where he has been calling
Prof. C W. Patterson, of the Ford
MuMf Company, Mils city, left this
Here Is a Word of Interest
to every man who cares for his personal appearance, who wants some
|i thing new, something different, something better than the ordinary
clothes stacked upon the tables of the ordinary clothing store. I
TO Copyn^K^ 1907
Houm ol Kuppcnhciarr
A decidedly popular ninj^-Ie
breaated Hack Muit( a very
becoming Htyle which will 1»e
much worn thiHHeaHon. Note
the Htylinh lapeln and the
character thro’out* We have
them in fancy wornteds and
CuHHimerH, Cl ubClieck h, neat
gray and brown effects, and
also a larjre variety of plain
and fancy blue nergcH, They
range in price from.
$i5 to $30.
kclr/rrl?** 7 *7 ,ast year or two cha"*« h«ve takan Place in the clothing business. Are you
P ng step with the changes, or are you buying and wearing the same old clothes, bought in tne same old way?
suit^rjrMuT' h"" ^ *77 '* *>«”<«"* -P • Clothing Department and selecting every
su.t as carefully as a mason would choose his stone for a foundation of a great edifice?
A Store's stock is no good to you. It is the Individual suit that you’ve go, to .ivc with and depend on.
You May Have Been Guessing Wrong on This Whole Clothing Problem".
To Know that You’re Dressed as Well as the Finest is Gratifying;
To feel that Your Clothes are Absolutely Right in Style, Fil and Material
is Something You are Assured of if the New Suit Comet, from Here.
Exceptional Suits at $ 12.50. gTOSMWKStts
TING OF THE CLUTH 0F A $30.00 SUIT IS LITTLE MORE THAN THAT OF ON EAT^^go"0 ™E CUT'
The principal influence in the model of a garment is the pattern over which it U cut ami „„„„ u • ,
serves its purpose hundreds of times over, and may be used fora SUIT AT $1250 as re- II ^ T'"* ’eei‘ de81K“ed’
that price. Thus our cheaper suits, coming from the makers pre-eminent for their designing 77- 7 ,7' T'*™'
style of our higher priced garments. The fabrics are thoroughly reliable or thev ’ le cl.aracterand
'' ”«"»“• **riou. Jobs, and .. '.Ill'.
won't you make an experiment at our risk and try one of these distinc
t.ve suits? If you be not entirely satisfied, we readily exchange back your
money for the suit. y
Head to Foot Out
fitters for men and
417 Princeton Avc. 1
Bluefield, - W. Va. i
morning on a business trip to Rich
Mr. J. C. King, of this city, is
visiting friends in Newbern, Va.
NOTICE OF SAIiK OF VALUABLE
STOCK OF DRUGS AND
Notice is hereby given that, as
special Receiver in the chancery
cause of J. N. Murdock & Company,
a corporation, plaintiffs, vs. George
C. Bennett, et al., defendants, now
pending in the Circuit Court of
will, on Monday, the 6th day of
May, 1907, at the front door of the
Ri>nfiott Drug Store, In the town of
Bramwoll. West Virginia, between
' be hours of 10 o’clock a. m and 12
o'clock, no., offer for sale, at public
auction to the highest bidder, all of
the stock of drugs, merchandise, flx- ,
hires, etc., now in the said store
building, known as the BENNETT
DRTTQ STORE. In the town of Dram
is to a
sssssadass** as? !
•erve* the htiJWinK. P*im P"int P«
& % »
— t£'^ ^^C^LZ'Un^ -*
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w. H. HARRY &CO.
123 Princeton Avenue. Phone lo}
well. The right 1h reserved to sell
the stock and fixtures separately,
If deemed to the best interest of
the defendants In said suit.
I UKMS OF SALE: Ono-thlrd cash
upon the day of sale. Halance In
three and six months, purchaser giv
ing his notes for deferred payments,
with security approved by me.
I will also receive private bids for
said stock, fixtures, etc.,* until the
time of sale; and In the event that
no better bid Is made therefor, at
the public auction, win accept the
| private bid; provided the same, in
my Judgment, Is an adequate price
for said property.
R M. GARRETT, Jr., Rocolver.
Rev. Dr. Crapsey who whs deposed
from the Episcopal church, Is re
ported as meeting remarkable suc
cess In organizing a brotherhood of
men in Rochester, where he was for
merly rector of 8t. Andrew's church.
He spoke 8unday night to a large
congregation In the Rochester Unl*vr
lan church, and it Is said that his
new society will soon be launched
with an enrolment of fully 1000,
while the necessary funds have been
provided for at least one year. Mean
while In centra* to the crowds th*»
listen to Dr. Crapsey, the eoagrepa
tlon of 8t. Andrew's Is reported to
have shrunk until it Is only a sksle
ton of what It was before Dr. CrM,»
«ey was deposed for heresy.
Found what? Why that Chamber’
latn's Halve cures ecsema and all
manner of Itching of the skin. I have
been atRIcted for many years with
’■kin disease. | had to get up three
or four times every night and wash
with cold water to allay the terrible
In I>ecember. 1#0B. the Itching ha
stopped and has not troubled roe — I
Elder John T. Ongley. Rootvtlle, Pa
For sale by all druggists.
WANTED: Good size boy
to make himself general
ly useful in the store. Ap
ply The Leader Store, 417
Princeton Ave. i-n-n
Let us have
To the . . .
We guarantee prompt
anti tegular delivery
under our own man
Pay your subscription
to no other except to
the Leader office.
You will not be trou
bled in the future by
Polite and courteous
employees of this office
will attend your wishes.
Give us your patron
age and we guarantee
satisfaction in every
The man who values a lit, we want
him. We have what he wants
Stein-Bloch Clothes with style in
them. The proof is the trying on.
$ 18.00 to $32.50
Cheaper Suits $8 to $ 15.
All kinds of furnishings are fully as
&°°d our clothes- Our motto
We Must Please Our Customers.”
Thornton Clothing Company
BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA.
Princeton and Higginbotham Avenues,
THE LARGEST LINE OF CHILDREN’S W A R HI
SUITS IN THE CITY._ H w A 8 H
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