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Men's Smart Suits For Holiday Wear
^ ou will want to ** dress up' a little for
the Holidays, at lea. t you ought to, most
everybody does. Come in and see what we
offer you, say for
$12.00, $15.00 and $18.00.
Every Suit guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction. We arc prepared to furnish
Christmas presents for Men and Boys.
Below we mention a few articles.
In factj.cverything to be found in a
complete line of Cents Furnishings.
You are as welcome to look as to Imv.
Shumate Clothing Co.
239 Princeton Avo.
Successors to Shelton 8c Jordon
I am selling out below cost my entire stock
of goods, consisting of CLOAKS, SKIRTS, MIL
Am closing out ail standing accounts. Please
call and settle with me only.
WM. SAMETH, - - 15 Bland Street.
For SALE and for REMT
We have on hand the following
sfcoond-h&ud and rebuilt mnehlueX:
'•! No, 3 Olivers, with Ions: n id ,-U«»rV
t&rriages, $7." and $h.“».
3 No. 3 Olivers, Regular, very tr
used, £» to 875.
1 No. 5 Underwood, 75,000 erial,
SMLVcash, 875 time.
1 BUckensderfer, No. 7, almo;» new,
i Manhattan, “B,” almost now.
1 Commercial Visible, 810.
5 Brand New No. 5 Olivers. The
No. 5 Oliver is the kingo' th<
typewriter world today.
More OLIVKIiS Imve Imtii <s«>ld in
Went Virginia in the past two yriirs
ttisn all otln-r writing ni»< hiur*>
Williams & Stewart
Room 50, State Bank ni l
Kindling Wood
Klin dried and cut stove !*• tiu
delivered to any address on short i o
tire from the
Saxon Lime & Lumber Co.
Phone a trial order to No. 78.
Quality Rattier Than Price
WTien ou aro nick wou’-l
you sell your chance* tn
get well for a few ret ‘h?
Certainly not. Our policy
1* to give 'he bent po*h:M.
quality at a reasonable
price. A»-k your doctor if
4bin is not a good store to
bring fiH pre-erl»n > >
be compounded. \\> « oil
be pieaseti to have you ry
our prescription <ervlc»
Priii ret on tvr. and Tazewell <f
<r 1 1' ■
*<M e»p»Ti<n« ed <*;i|e»fu«-n . n<|
hrll< <Llflir « to *t;lit 011 lr.nl
OuiIuk *<>b‘ at I Sank A Ma-dl.
Kimball and W>Mi. W- \ >»
i ' Apf’iJ to If Hank liim'i«»l!
a. Vn.
WIhii you want to mi* li .n .
or flat adtenl«e In Hie fbiilj l»i mI« i
W. ,\ Thornliill. of Godfrey.
V* iliu Riioat of friends in tJic city.
W S. Hazelwood. of Mora, was a
business visitor to tin- city today.
* apt. ( Rotuford went to Roanoke
on a business trip today.
J. W. Miles, of Or ana, was a
Rlnofleld visitor today.
W . M. Lewis, of Devon, spent Sun
'lav in the city.
Mrs- S. \V. Wiliams, of VVyth -
viA'• *. is visiting relatives in the city.
MLs Francis Huvger, of Huntlng
;s- a re • fit visitor in the
if- H. Shell on was up from Pcar
iv 1 mrfjf to I.*y seeing after his bus!
vns IN mis COM MX nxi; < i;m
,\ WORD.
V. axtkd For l”. s. Artny, able*
bodied, unmarried nun between ages
M .1 and citizens of the l.'nlted
''Li’ev o f >od character and tern
tetaf habits, who can speak, read
iud w ri Kugllah, Men wanted now
or service in Cuba. For informa
ion apply at Recruiting office, Hlue
fieid. \V. Va.
■vll N \\ ANTED—Miners. coke men j
an I laborers of all kinds. can find
atva<Jy employment at the largej
Wining and coking plant of th<
Poeahontn (’ornolidated Collier*
Co., Pocahonta*. Va. Apply to I
l'f r-on to Win. Lcckie, Division j
Superintend* nt. 11-1 rf
lOOMtf KOU UKNT li rooms eti
Pulaski street at $12 per month
Prof. t. U u Chrl«t|e.
' Ut) >M IIOI'.-k for rent, with bath
and bawment, on Wyoming street.
'AAX'hD Man to take Cincinnati]
Post in Minefield. vpply at S'. .1
i rr|K liluefifdd bvmhk»( oppre it#
Htro«t car llarn.
'I A ' llili—Three sale* *.«)»•«* |,i.
’’* ■*« Ml'i'h Win. Siiineili, tr, iiinnii
•’*/!n r PrIp etun \ve an i Wand St
Have alto! ri each forest roe,
a king I lot lister's Jtocky Moun
tain Tea.
for sale by *he Whit* l’harmj*ey.
n ks matters in tlu* city.
’*'• A -'Iart in. of Wytltn county.
1-t here seeing aft*‘r his business in
teregia in the city.
JudKt‘ ••'tank Maynard, who 1ms
,M*°n 'ery sick with typhoid fever,
is reported some better.
<iillogple. ot Tazewell, conn
1>'■ is ,1"“ «»est of his brother-in
«r *tr?nt
\ I: hell a Kir.
^ V‘* ‘"ilKoi J hit this looming
■ >» Mi* 'Ml tile iiolhi;ty» it!• relative*
u Ids oil boniu at Xcnii^ra, Vu:

Misses Hi'ulah and .Vita ]{yi> » and
! Fred Farley spent Sunday with
friend* in Welch.
rant, and Mrs. w. if. NVhitwgrth,
j »»r Williamson. returned home today
l nfu-r a few day* visit to relatives
: iu the cltv. /
Dr. A. S. It. Wood, of Lynchburg,
i Is visiting his brother, l). R. Wood.
t Cu*hi r of (ho Union Hank aud Trust
; f‘o. wlio hns typhoid fever,
Willie, tlie sixteen year old son
or Mr. and Mm. William lllcks. lias
1 about recovered from a four weeks
»e|ge of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Ida Gilmore aud children,
"ho have been the rucsts of Mrs.
.1 C. Gilmore for some time, re
turned to their home at Sanford, X.
C.. this morning.
•I -I. Warden, of Kimball who re-,
f -ntly underwent an op‘ration at St.
Luke's hospital, was nblo to return
liotno tills afternoon. Jf«* was accom
panied by his wife.
Juroiue Mitchell, of South RIuc
lield. has just returned from an ex-!
(ended business Itrip ihrough the'
counties of Northern Virginia. Ho
reports business good in that sec
\ndrew Nunn and David Goings,
of Mount Airy, N. C., Joined the
i’nited States Army at tlje recruiting
station hero today and will leave
tonight for the Columbus. Ohio, bar
racks. They will enter the Infantry
The revival service at the Calvary
Baptist church conducted by Hev. R.
K. Holden which has been In prog
ress about eight or ten days, contin
ues with increased interest. There
were two immersions last night and
some conversions. The ehurcli ex-^
tended a call to Rev. Holder to he- ]
come their pastor, out he has not j
yet given his decision. He has an J
urgent call to return to Missouri, j
- OF OUR -
Christmas Novelties
Everyone has gifts in abundance for the other
members of the family, but we are
Walking Sticks
Collar Bags
Fmblem Buttons
Silk Hosiery
Bath Robes
Smoking Jackets
House Slippers
Suit Hangers
Suit Cases
Hand Bags
Stick Pins
Fancy Vests
Lrdi3s Suit Cases and Hand Bags
buy now when you can get your choice. Mail
orders will receive our prompt
and careful attention.
Metropolitan Men’s Furnishing Co.
Elk’s Bldg. Bland Street
Rlmn,,»i rrow»u are .mill attend In*
i lif i$; O001 auction Kale at “on.
11 * ' Jeweler on Princeton
Nvenue. Mr. J. v. .Morross in con*
ducting the gale which will continue
'■•Ml nil the poods are sold. The
hours for ii< sal* ;,re 3 .'50 and 7;:;o
’*• *"■ 1 he atock consists of the*
larpeHt line of loath r poods ever
offered In this city. i.atlloT hand
, o. ■ and card • a>o| then thei •
!» a beautiful di-.1 ,»• o | it»by* 3 ctr.
! H Pon Bon dishes. v,i •* of all
IcsiRns and l.ofm sUm • »lt p.; which
tie off. . .1 at, «wr (lt ridicu
lously ro w,.rices, it v «fl n.j<o |.ny
' "i to n> >• their 1 ?ti • o r twlup setn
•l * US’ t t|P '1 ■ (• 1* • <)i|r
Christum- tnrkey
Your money Icick if you are not
H; ti- fled Scats for !. !*dl s. Nov
o be t h ncc to * 1 ve tnor,ey on yottT
Christmas presents.
THKo I>| /;i«;r,
f Vi»J, r,
Priorct ,t> \v nttc
" \ N I F It—-Three shVh khIos |a»
<ile«, apply U rn, Sai|teMi. 15 |||an,|
It l„ .Vfwh and non are* visiting
f b>' f \< w k it k.
tteftir nlsflfs lone irivurunre on*l
»*\<i neeil It Mia 11 to necil It once
mtd not I wise if. |'„ »f. IMhT.KV sells
nothing but the flKHT.
12-7-1 w
We have some nice
going at a Bargain
A a rv
Call and see us for prices
Mail orders given attention
Climax Electrical
Supply & Con.
Xo. let. 12 IHntifl Hi rift.
' t »: 1* hep Hi tv jul> ti; y fiUii.
, ' * i-.. « i,. r, rr.i.V. n'
! 1'ivaehinfe Ml »h«* u*ual itOut
toui^ht. Everybody In'itrd.
. H. ,
W.IXTBD—iThiHv Milt*!! la*
«lic«, aj)|>l> Win. Hnmotli, t.j III.mhJ
Clothing on
Come right now and get all the
winter clothing you . want—
your credit Ib good here—and
you can buy on $1 a week pay
ments at CaBh Store prlcen—
factory to wearer—73 stores.
Smart Fall Coats
oN bettor values In Ladles’
and Misses Coals can be found
in town—all prevailing colors
—all new styles—all lengths.
Pay In convenient payments.
$10 to $30
Furs on Credit
Womeon'8 Suits
Trimmed Hats
Girls' Coats
Hllk Waists
$10 to $35
$2 to $10
$3 to $7
$1.50 to $0
Men’s Overcoats
Overcoat time is h-re nnd you
Mil go a long way before you
can match our quality or price.
Splendid Overcoats of warm all
wool mnterial for men and
youths—ensy terms.
$10 to $18
Men's Suits..$10 to $25
Hoy s 2 piece Buits $2.50 to $8
Men’s Raincoats.. ,$io to $20
Hoy’s Overcoats. . . $5 to $10
Men’s Hats.$1.50 to $n
’Phono «2I.
V A 11! t f ■ L i ri l ^ . i» t v .11
| S lire* of tx»r/thing Tl».»l K Beautiful
* r -J lm''*. sitin';.
I*ach hunmn t»einp Itn* sniticthtns
>lit>(fn|iii4hins. in form. proportions,
counteuaare restore. voice In fe, I
itiss, t ho Hi,III mil l' ni|>'t, Jn rn-vu tl
i»s wwll .e <*>rpor«al pin • iounomx
Till** vnrlil\ Is the* source of **\i*i'.
thin* l*o.nnMfiit and interesting in tin
external wpiM -the foundation of tl>«
• hole moral labile of |itnivcr o
Certain external circumstances, as
food. climate. mode of IH«*. have ih«*
flower of ins' ilu> animal oiguni
Rut Ion. so .v- to make it deviate from
that of lip i-a rent. But this effort
terminates in the Individual. Thus, a
fair KmtMshnmn. If cximsed to the mid.
becomes dark and swarthy in Bengal
lmt his offspring. If from an Knglish
woman, nre Irani lust as fair ns In
himself was originally; nnd the chil
dren, nfler any nuinlu'r of generations
that wp have yet observed, are hii 11
horn equally fair, provided thorn has
bonn mi Intermixture of dark blood, i
Cause of Seaman's Bad Language.
Af So'ii luinipton I Kiik.) a BPiuiiiui
named Johnson had to appear before
the borough magistrate on a charge ot
making use of h:«d langur go in St.
Mary's street. In explanation \he
said he was married In St.
Mary * church, Southampton, niunv
years Ago. He left Southampton after
the ceremony and was away several
year*. Coining hack the other day ho
went to look at the church, and (hid
ing there was still no steeple lo li lie
did in hiR righteous anger use some
very strong words. In fitting the do
fondant ten shillings and costs the
chuirman of the bench said many peo
ple lmd said strong things about such
a beautiful church as St. Mary's liav.
lug no steeple, but they did not use
such bad expressions as the defendant
A Breeches Stratagem.
After the battle of Haralllies had
been won by the great duko of .Marl
borough, Lord John liny, who com
manded a regiment of Scotch dra
goons, when the reglmeut of foot'
called the King's, consisting of 1,200
men. submitted to him and surrend
ered tltelr arms and colors, ordered,
to prevent limit running away, and
the necessity of setting a strong
gimrd over them, that every man
should cut a piece out of the waist
band of bis breeches, which obliged
them to hold them up with one hand
and In that posture they marched
with a guard of only 2fi dragoons and
a sergeant. Charles XII. did some
thing like this by the Muscovites after j
the battle of Xarva.
Man'* Prejudice for Black Clothe*.
In opening an a ills He <1 rcHts oxhlbi
lion Mr. IamiIk N. Parker, master ol
the recent Warwick pageant, said
there coulil he no doubt that ihc j
clothes men wore were foolish. says
the Pull Mall (lazette. lie claimed
that as woman could itrrny herself Ir.
sympathetic colors and flowing fold*
the time had arrived when man should j
he placed on equality with her. instead j
of the having to array himself in hluck !
for dinner, the theater, funerals and
weddings. He believed and hoped that
his pageants would do something to
sweep yway the prejudice for black
for it was a horrid custom on the part
of civilization.
“Silas Kidder has just answered my
letter," said the country editor's as 1
sislant. "You know I wrote to him
and told him ills subscription had ex 1
plied." "What does he say?" asked !
the editor. ‘ numbed if 1 know, lie
Just sent my letter bnck with some i
Italian words sciawled on the bottom !
of it. Looks like 'requlescat in paee.'"j
—Catholic Standard and Times.
Gossip Set to Music.
"1 went to the opera last night."
"What did yon hear?" "That Mra
Firowning is going to get a divorce,
Mrs. Iliggs has the dearest dog and a
new batn. and the Hutton's are going
to live in India —Harper's Weekly
WIf !. PtVi
M30T fh 7.HF
nnr v .: ..Tnu'-ra.
. ..
jOiJs. commanding the fel rul tr »oi«<
brought here to kecj order during
tlic mluers R.rike is b' llcved to haro
dee I ** do j to recommend tho soldiers
.mraediato recall. Ther«* seems no
doubt 'l.at he thinks the mine own*
«*r* uilslc j tho war. department. Ho
1.' convinced that there is no prob
ability of disorder on the strikers'
HoartCirn and hour stomach are
caused b> nn acid or sour coufl:t»on
of the stomach Quick relief la ob
tained from these distressing syrup
«otu8 of indigestion by taktog one or
two tablets when needed Taken
regularly after meaie they ton* * ad
strengthen the stomach an • «*n« .<e
t to digest the food and prev»-u:
aicntatlOL, which ia the cat M*
heait-burn and sour stomach. 8.»ld
and guaranteed by The Whitt- > r>*-.
rav’y. Ik *. Prtncetln are. and Bland
St root
Fatheriy Solicitude
“So your boy ha? sone back to col
' Ycs.*’ uii-\i>r«.d Parmer Corntos
sel. nn” l m glad of it. lie’s done
nothin’ but road hooks nil summer.
Now, m.tvbe lie'll get a little exer
cise.’’— Washington Star.
Not What He Meant.
John wns telling her about the
members of l»i; football team. "Now,
there's Brown,” said lie; “In a f«w
weeks' it nr he'll be our best man."
“Oh, Jack," sho gushed, "what A
nl<*e way to ask me!"
A Sure Winner.
Mis. IbnpocK—Those who are un
lucky in love are said to bo lucky at
Hen pec!*—If you'd let me out night*,
dent I tit ale it would be a good th'ng
for me t( play poker.—Fuck.
1 have boon afUlciod with tore
^ye3 for .hirty-throe year-i. Thlrteon
ears ago 1 became totally o-ind and
was blind Cor six years. My eye*
A*erc badly inflamed. One of my
neighbor.' insisted upon my, trying
Chamber.-tin's Salvo and ga/e no
inlf a box of it. To my surprise ;t
lealed ni7 eyes and my sight came
oack to me.—P. C. Earls, Cynibtana,
Ky. Chamberlain’s Salve is for sale
oy The White Pharmacy
The doll sale held by tho Bland
Street Methodist ladles begins to
morrow afternoon, the tenth, at the
East End Pharmacy. Fruit cako
also will lie sold.
When your cook leaven advertise
in the I tally IvonUcr.
\a furnished by Bluefleld Pr duct A
Commissi.m Co., wholesale dor’era in
produce, fruits and vegetables:
Tomatoes, per crate . $1.60
Lemons, per box, fancy. 6.00
Honey, per pound. 18
Irish otatoes, cr bbl. 8.60
Apples, per bbl. a no
Cabbage, per 100 lbs. I 10
Onions, per bn.126
Pears, preserving, per bu. . 1 76
Sweet Potatoes, per bu. ... t *5
I rapes. Concords, per bask1 ‘'5
tutabaga-. per 100 lb. . . - « $
|Peanuts, raw. per lb. 09
’eanuts, roasted, per lb. . t>j
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 thi
Pajamas, Bath Robes,
Smoking Jackets,
Thornton Clothing Co
I Ik* bfirgrut Mena find Moyu* Store in tlicCitv.
401 Princeton Ave.

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