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Men's Smart Suits Fat Holiday Wea Yon will want to “dress up" a little for the Holidays, at least you ought to, most everybody does. Come in and see what we niter you, say for - * . $12.00, $15.00 and $18.00. Kvcry Suit guaranteed to give perfect satis faction. We are prepared to furnish Christmas presents for Men and Boys. Below we mention a few articles. UA H r OBES HANDKERCHIEF CASES CRAVATS CUFF CASES CO! LAR BAGS SMOKING JACKETS In fact£everything to be found in a complete line of Cents Furnishings. Yon are as welcome to look as to buy. 239 Princeton Avc. BLUEFIELB, W. VA. Successors to Shelton &. Jordon l\TOTICE! y lam sel ing out beiow cost my entire stock o? goods, consisting of CLOAKS, SKIRTS, MIL LINERY and DRY GOODS Am clcsing out all standing accounts. P ease call and scttU with me only. WM. SAMETH, - - 15 BSand Street. typewriter# For SALE and for RENT Wo have on hand the follow!: second-hand and rebuilt machine 2 No. 3 Olivers, with long ami ho t carriages. 875 and 8m.". 9 No. 3 Oliver Hr Regular, very lit th used, 855 to 875. 1 No. 3 1'nderv.ood. 75.000 serial, Mo cash, 875 time. ) BLic-k’‘nsderfer, No. 7. almost nov. r-*5 1 Manhattan. "B,” almost new. 8-“ 1 t.’oTnme.rcial Visible. 810. 5 Brand New No. 5 Olivers. T No. 5 Oliver Is the king of th •ypowrlter world today. More OLIVF.RS ba ve been sold i.i West Virginia In the past two yea. than all other writing nun blue • t»inblned. Williams & Stewart Room 50. State Bank Bldg. * BLIKKIKBD. W. V.\. DRUGGIST SUPPLIES Quality Rather Than Price When ou an* Ic-k would you sell your chances to get well f ar a few rent ? Certainly not. Our polh-y hi to give he bed po: si Me quality nt a rea>onaMr price. Ask your doctor If thH* Is not a good store to bring his prc crlption to 1*« compounded. We a . .; i be pleasr d to have y/,t> tr\ our prescription rcrvle* CUT FLOWERS EV f.Y TUE THURS. AND SAT. ' J, L. CROCKETT. l*»lnceton .%vc. and lit/r«tll St. I; WANTED W> rsperletin d . ;»1. -on n »»»<l j I ral> >lodl< ■< In r nit hi 11 i during *«!«• at l‘. ml. >la it. Kimball and Weir ti. \V. \ \p|*ty to H. Irrtlik. Klm’iwll, | V*. CLASSIFIED COLUMN \\>» IN IMIS COM MX ONE CK.VI \ \VORI». W \.\TED~ For I s. Army, able ')c 1, in married men between ago. o’ 21 and 35; citizens of the United States, of good character and tem I.«• t at ■ habits, who can speak, rea< and write English. Men wanted now for service in Cuba. For informn i tion apply at Recruiting office. Blue field. \V. Va. MEN WANTED—Miners, coke raei an 1 laborers of all kinds, can fin. steady employment at tho larg. mining and coking plant of tb< Po ahonta: Consolidated Collier* Co., Pocahontas, Va. Apply ii per.on to Win. Eeckie, Division Sup rintend* nt. 11-ltf ROOMS For REXT <. rooms on Pulaski Street at St 12 per month Prof. T. if. r Christie. b ROOM HOUSE for rent, with hath anil basement, on Wyoming street. An dy to f D. Harrison. 12-7-1 ‘ Vi WI FD Man to take Cincinnat’ Post n Blut'fiehl. Apply at N. .1 Marris Blueflfdd avenue, opposite •St net Car Parn. Ki’rj <]i led and cut stove length* olivered to any adorer.*? on short nf' me from the Saxon Lima & Lumber Co. NEW PLANT. ’hone a »rii»l ordi r to ."dl» 7 8. iUYLSR’S CAN DU ALWAYS FRESH THE WHITE THAWMACS ! in ! Pi ;ri •, ,\vf nti ! Iilnnd s j 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE & Tm-.c M»nn«i 77 .’’X A DcSI&WS "*• « CCPVmCMT9 4r. i ! Pi f ‘ i ' rt| HV.'t ffyR* ', ‘)M < ii ft'i '.i* [ r <*trr1 i* |» I'.tMi. I . i > .;» SeieHUnc American, M < 1 tf fv||fr. / iffi' «♦ r MJINH £ Cn,^B^»r Hew Y*r . •N -< Mm- WliJfPh i; inarjr j . PERSONAL •I II. Henderson, of Yards, visit* , friends in the citv todav. t'h.is. 13. Fisher loft yesterday oi ; Ja shot business trip to Roanoke. i O. \V. Kogl y, of Tug River, wa: t a Bluefleld visitor yesterday. I. 13. Miller, of Red SlllpllUi j j Springs, way ju ;T,o < ty today. •I. 13. Russell, of Uoyoe, was her , yesterday. # •las. if. Painter, of Riehlamls, wa; a Bluelleld visitor today. J. \. Elmore, of Ohm I.yn, wte j here today. * A. C. Johnston, who is teach 11 ♦ i school at .\dn. was here on busiues* j today. A. S. Ratliff left this morning t> I spend several days with relatives'^' \XT \ ('LAI'S HEAlXJUAItTKlR ! AS USUAL. Again w<- iea I in showing of hoi lay a >ds, assortments and prlc .• ’«'*» m at once. The 5 & 10c. Stor* ■ X Bland street. Prices always low "d in city. 12-2-tf NOVEMBER 21. 1007. Leave 8:15 a. ni. for Roanok* j Norfolk and all points on the Shop u.doali division. Pullman Sleep*. ( <anoke to New York, via Hager.* o vn. Pullman Slcoj>er Roanoke t Norfolk, Cafe Dlnlnrf Car. 0:15 a. m. for Roanoke, Rich non.!. Norfolk. Pullman Sleeper j lining Car. - 1'. in. for Roanoke and Lynch nirg and interim citato stations an he Shenandoah Valley philadelphi id N<-w York Sleoper to Phllade! .h.n. 9:38 j>. m. for Roanoke, j.ynch ii-:, Richmond, Norfolk. Pullma' ' * i * r to Norfolk and Lynchbur.. 0 Richmond. < aft* Caf. Prom the Wont ai 8:00 n. in., 9:3* 1 in.. 2:01 ji. in., 5; 50 p. in., 9:2.v p. ni. l-e;ivc’ Minefield 8; 20 p. ni. fo. nova <'olumbu» and all pointi •Vos' and Northwest. Pullman sleep for Columbus and Cincinnati tofu Cara. * Trains* arrive at Mintflehi'from th Put at r» 20 a. in.. 2:10 p. m., 8:1 > in and 9:20 j*. ni. in. Pullman 9!eep'T**7<" lumtui Toll'd . ('.tie Inning Car l,.-nv‘ 9:35 n. in and 2 25 p. m tolly i >r Te-/e«e|f Norton and a! ation f.n Clinch Valley division. \rrlve from Norton and polnta oi ( Ute h Valle- division at 2:10 f | m. and 8:25 p. m. P'av< 0:45 a m. for Ktnova an ' iiifernu'diato stations via Wayti • :10 a. in. and 2:40 p. m for w i- h and intermodlat# stations I »r I* ihoT)*a- 5:10 a. ni,, f,. I ' r,) • ''-30 a. ill.. 2: lo p. m. am P t->- Arrive from Porahonta '' 00 in., 2: Of. p. m., RffiO j in . 9:25 a. ni., and 9:20 p. m. P' Mi. in .veil, leave Minefield 5: l( |8 ti. 5:15 ft. m.. 9:30 a m., 2:4« j < 't on a-rent Norfolk and Wes* n R iW'.iy for tirk'ta maps an idditiopal Information W Ft M16VILL. (i. P A., Roanoke. Virginia rt TrVjl skvi \ n.ws srofsi. t&r.tL ; Si." the ne* goe t* evened .it Tim : & me. 5«cr.' 3■. < r»Vtn<! StFOel ; eppojit* pivJoffl li-2-t 10ugone an.l Virginia Snmeih are reported right sick at their hom * on ■ Higginbotham avenue. Go. mid sii> tin. two luiuitinni' on exhibition at White’* Hrug | Store for It'itcflehl's most act otup • talird lady mid gent 11 run 11 skater. 1 Capt. It. T. Bowen, of the Wide j mouth run, ha* been In the city wit). hi# family for the lust we-.-k. H* : will return to his work Monday. THE 3 A IOC. STORE, :W Blanc Htr»*«*t, has received over ft thouaai lollars* worth of new holiday stoe 'or Santa Claus. Got pick early. 12-2-tf Janie# Hern or Ada, wah In th* city today. Mr. Horn has Ju#t re covered from a two weeks* s<lge of ' pneumonia. K. L. Lee, route agent for th Southern Express company, Is suf fering with grip nt hi# horn'* on ftn leigh street. <h> and M*e tho two lumdsoni prize* 011 exhibition at White's Drue Store for BluHiold's most .leoomp Italasl Indy and gentleman skater. J. J. Cooper, Miss Emma Cooper and Miss Batile Horn brick, oi Poarls burg, are the guestB of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Wilburn, on Fourth street. MU« Grace Wiilburn. of 'Pearl* burg, who *has been visiting relative# til tho city for some •time, returned home toda}'. U. A. Buckner, superintendent of the Southern Express company, wa# here today en route to ills home at Roanoke. A. D. Stone, who waa awarded the contract for making tho macad amized road from the east end bridge to the top of Stony Ridge, was hero twfinisi'rjvt'iaffi for the +er)r . ...m) ^ -• ' \fi t* tV. Smffli of F»i*j*~ricl«i ijr- ! nip*, left tbl* morning to vjm hgrj father, w H- Ntrvandcv tt Eckman. I n. C. WUtl«v who has been *qfilfe ‘ HI nt Ms home on Rogers street. Jj reported much better, j - _ I Tho railroad Y. M. C. A. will hold I a moetlug tomorrow evening for men i at 3:30 o'clock In Calvary Baptist.! Rev. R. E. Holder will conduct the1 1 meeting. This meeting will bo very j interesting and every man is earnest*' ly request 'd -to be present. Mrs. F. H. Burton, of Bontown, ; was tho guest of relatives in the chf i lost night and left this morning for i ’ Lynchburg, whore she was going tc j ■ take her little daughter to tho Odd j Fellows' heme a: that place. It will 1 be remembered thut her husband, F. I if. Burton, who was chief of police1 | at Bontown, was shot and killed by ! | a desperado while attemtiux to ar- j j rest hiui about a year ago. DUl you ever buy a hancl-#he-dowi» | suit am) comiairo it with a made to i order article. If not do so and con i 'Ult us before yon purchase a salt j or overcoat us we carry the most sc ! loot line iu the city, our motto is ! “YOU CAN’T IIKTTF.K THK BKST." lit AN KLIN & FRKI. — CltKAl BITLBKRH, An eminent divine once preach ed a sermon from this toxt: “On >uildlng and builders.” He talked of he World's Great architect*., artists, authors, painters, sculptors, etc. He: | said that every one. no matter how ; low his station In life, who left the world better than he fownd it, was I a builder, that he who digged a ditch well built ror the word'* bet torment. He migni truthfully add ed that he who discovers a great remedy like Rydale's Tonic, works for the world’s betterment. Rydale's Tonic Is a human system builder, t purifies and builds the blood, re stores weak nervous systems and in srca&es the strength and weight. All who have used Rydale's Tonic, pro nounces it r great system tonic and builder. For sale by The White Pharmacy Cor. Princeton avenue and Bland at. LOOK OVER THE LIST -OF OUR - Christmas Novelties Everyone has gifts in abundance for the other members of the family, but we are HEADQUARTERS FOR PRESENTS FOR MEN Walking Sticks Umbrellas Gloves Cravats Mufflers Reefers Collar Bags Emblem Buttons Silk Hosiery Bath Robes Smoking Jackets House Slippers Suit Markers Handkerchiefs Suit Cases Hand Bags Stick Pins Fancy Vests Laches Suit Cases and Hand Bags Buy now when you can get your choice. Mail orders will receive our prompt and careful attention. Metropolitan Mm's Furnishing Co. Elk’s Bldg. Bland Street l»o it now! It will lx* too late when your house hums. 'Phone !•!. II. KAHlikY mid have it insured. | j 1 2-7*1w » HOPE ON. i W'hrn "louds ore low and night* *r* Mark. And sturlrsn grows the weary track, • Top* on! for some dav *kb-s of bins V.’lll bend and light the way for you. When old toe world and gray the day. Sod weary grows (ho totls<>m« wav. Hope on, hold fas*. In >otir despair, i'or skies will nome day blossom fair. H >|.e nn. and tndtd your • •»t»*w strong — fn;ih. although the road lai loo* Nut on will >mi i mne drifting tl ro'ifft. I \tid bins aklcs h It tl • n.iy for v ! | -Milwaukee tlsnilnel. Ancient Refer*! ces. Lady (to applicant l<n position <is lowest If)— My goodneei' This r*’fer nee Is -(t<n*<| l»y | pton Applleunt—Yla, tniim she signed It hergelf, mum, alter I d ix-en llieto * *ake. mum f "Hut Mrs Upton tins h«*< tj dead for ! 20 yearn." ‘Is (hut so? Wulf' Willi! It's wan | place aft her another Ol ve been get 1 tin’ on that char at t t»M fay 25 years in Ol never heard before th'ut tbs 1 nor loddv was dead »»• avrn rest her -owlN Y. Weekly. Better always have insurance and •ever need it than to need ft oner «nd not have It. R. H. RASLKY xella nothing but tht; BK«T. 1 2-7*Iw We have some nice ELECTRICAL fixtures going at a Bargain Call and tee us for prices Mail orders given attention Climax Electrical Supply & Con, Company, BLUE FIELD, W. VA. ‘Phnfwv So. IWI. 12 Bland Wwrf, " ““ “r' *,L’ v MARKETS Sticky 'Grains Ycvyuhj:.t cotton" N’KH* VOICn >TOC'K .'L\ItKJIT KKI'OIIT, I’t HMSHKH RY Tilt Cl i FIKI.O nROKFRADF. AVI) COMMISSION COMPANY. DAILY. Open Hlph. Low. Clone. Anaconda . 315 3H 39$ 393 Amalgamated Copper.... 50 483 4S4 American Cay and Foundry. r;:?! 33^ 32j American Cotton Oil .. ^44 -.-sj American Locomotive, commuu. 39 59 39 39 | America a Smelters .'. 7;.* 75. 73 733 | Atchison .. 73» 71 73* 73 ; B« & O. ... 4... 82 i 83 821 S3 I B- K- T. 391 41 391 U| 1 Colorado Fuel St Iron. 202 201 20 01 | Canadian Pacific. 1514 1611 1511 I'M j Chesapeake & Ohio.. 304 301 3«> 301 I>ls. Securities .. 395 39j 39 39i Delaware and Hudson. 113 143 i«-i w*>a Erl*. cornmoD .. . . uj % J, ,0, Erie, first preferred .. 5g» 3g4 3C 3C Illinois Central .j »- i2g 125 123* Louisville nnd Nashville.. 951 951 94 j 9 - Mlssourl, Kansas and Texas. 205 27 26 2C3 Missouri Pacific. 54 5 4 C3 *j;] National Lead....nj. 43J 433 43 13 New York Central .. 98 981 98 981 Norfolk and Western . 633 653 65 Q5J Northern Pacific .HKjf 1213 1184 1194 Ontario and Western .. 323 322 32 324 Pennsylvania Railroad . 113 ll*» 1131 111 Peoples Oas. 78* 7Sj 78 78| Reading .. . . . 941 951 931 934 Republic Iron and Steel. 18 18 18 18 i. Rock Island. 15J 15J 15 154 Southern Pacific ... 75J 731 742, 74* 8t- **•«! .. 1054 106 1041 104 3 Southern Railway, common . 14:| 141 144 1 '14 Southern Railway, preferred. to A 4t 4 0 II SuKflr .....1 )65 107 106 107 Orea Northern, preferred.-7.120 120 1181 l'S| Union Pacific.1184 11S2 117 116* United States Steel, common. 274 271 27 ^.1 United States Steel, preferred. SH| 885 875 88 Cast Iron Pipe. 175 17J 17J 17| Wabash, common . 95 105 9| 104 Wabash, preferred. 19 19 19 Western Union . 6O4 601 605 ut)4 Oreat Western. 8*, 8 5 8 8 Mexican . 15 151 16 15 Texas... 201 215. 20 21 Pressed Steel Car. 215 *215 21 21 PRODUCE QUOTATIONS. \8 furnished by Bluefiela Produce ft Commission Co., wholesale dealers In produce, fruits and vegetables: Tomatoes, per crate .$1.50 Lemons, per box, fancy.5.00 Honey, per pound.18 Irish otatoes, cr bbl.8.60 Apples, per bbl.3.00 Cabbage, per 100 lbs.1.4 0 Onions, per bu.1.25 Pears, preserving, per bu.1.7G Sweet Potatoes, per bu. 2.75 drapes, Concords, per basket.. .25 tutabagas, per 100 lb.1.25 Peanuts, raw, per lb.09 •eanuts, roasted, per lb.91 I (LIE Kl Eld SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. A mass meeting of-3unday school teachers, workers and friends will bo held in i ho lA'osb.vlerian church tomorrow at 3 p. in. to porfoet the above organization. All interested nro invited to attend. WILLIAMS’ „ KIDNEY PILLS Have you aegtected your Kidneys? Have you overlooked your nervous , system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladderT Have you nalns In loins, side, back, groins snd bladder? Have you a flabby appear ance of the face, especial/v under the eyes. Too requently a desire to pass urine? If so. William’s Kid ney P1U will cure you. Price 60c. For saie by The White Pharmacy. Cor. Bland street and Princeton ave. GRAIN MARKET. WHEAT— May .-. . . ..10? 10 2 i 1011 101} July.961 97 964 96 J Dec.<H5 95 ' 94 3 9 13 CORN— May.56i 662 66} 55} July.55} 551 55* 65* Dec.54} 55 541 5<*| OAT8— May. 531 54} 53* 533 July.47} 48* 473 4 Si Dec.193 GOB 4 93 591 PORK— Jan.12.52 12.51 12.52 12.02 May .. ..12.92 13.00 12.90 12 92 liARD— May . . . . 7.92 7.95 7.77 7 77 Jan.7.80 7.87 7.80 * 7:ff7 RTR8— May .. .. 6.92 6.97 C.92 6 97 Jan. 6.85 6.85 G.sn 6.80 NEW YORK COTTON Jan.1117 J132 1117 H28 March ...1134 1 150 1133 1 138 May .. . .1143 1156 ll11 1146 Dec. 1189 1180 1169 1171 July . . . . 1118 1118 1134 1142 Call on mo for your Chris* mas presents as I carry the largest lino of Toys and Xmas postal carls In the city. JACOBS, Red Lot. 1 2-6-tf Let us speak of men as we fln i tit on, And censure only what.we an »ee, Remmebej-lng that none can be per fect , Unless tney use Hollister’ P.v Vy Mountain Tea. On sale at the White Pharmacy TF ANY MAN in this town * has a reasonable doubt that Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes will not better his looks, we are ready for that man. In Stein Bloch Smart Clothes we have a good thing for you, and we want it believed. These clothes are so well made and are full of so much style that they will make an instant impression on any man. £>. We want the doubter. Pajamas, Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets, ALL IN THE LATEST DESIGNS Thornton Clothing Co The Lnrtfrst Mou’s nnd Boys’ Store in the City. 401 Princeton A* e. BLUEFIELD, - - A'EST VA.