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SCHLGSS BROS. & CO. fine Clothes Makers Baltimore and New York SchSoss Bros, and Benjamin’s Correct Clothing For Gentlemen Now on display. They are the very highest ex pression of the Tailors Art. All Styles, all Colors. Prices to please. New Hats, New Shirts, New Edwin Clapp Shoes. You arc as welcome to look as to buy. SHUMATE CLOTHING CO. The Home of Good Clothes for Men and Boys. 239 PRINCETON AVENUE HU. W. li. MVH.W OSTEOPATH AND CHEROP ACTOR Chronic diseases successfully treat ed. Special reduction un^il Novem ber 1st. Consultation tree. Room No. 5. Bluefleld Telephono Building. Office hours 9 to 12; 2 to G; 7 to 9 Bland Street. CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN BLUEFIELD—I have in my hands' for sale the cheapest houses and lots and vacant lots in the city of Bluefleld. Parties desiring to make i • profitable investments will find it to their interest to call on my at my; office in the First National Bank | building. This property is away j down in the lowest notch and low er than any in Bluefleld. D. B. Baldwin, Pione' r Real Estate Agent! nineteen years and nine months in the city of Bluefleld. 10-7-4t NOTICE. The county court of Mercer coun ty today offered a reward of $r»0 each for the arrest of the two Miller brothers. Bob and George, implica ted in the shooting at .Mudllck Hchool house on the night of the! 3rd of October, 1908. A NNOr XCFMENT. To the voters of Mercer county I desire to announce that it I atn elected sheriff of Mercer county Yr. co. M. Barg***-, A Bluefle'd w p niy deputy foi li-aver Poll di« t».ft JOHN B. NEAL. ELKS OPERA HOUSE ONE BIG WEEK STARTING Monday. Oct. 19 HUTTON-BAILEY STOCK CO. In a repertoire of high class Comedies and Dra mas with first class Vaude. v ille between every act. OPEN I" :g play AGAMBLERS SWEETHEART PRICES: lie. ?5C ti M Special Ladies' and Chil dren's Matinee Saturday, October 24. Prices 15c ar.d 2 5c. NO IIONKS llltOKKN. John Spencer, of Williamson, a brother of Capt. B. 11. Spencer, was brought to the Santarlum last night suffering from a badly burised leg and knee. He was run over at Wil liamson yesterday by a flat car and the flange of the wheel bruised one log very much and It was thought last nigh.. the knee w\ns broken, but an examination by the physicians shows that there are no broken bones and under the skillful treat ment of the Sanitarium people he will doubtless be about soon. in every clime Its tame is heard, Its name has spread from sea to sea, Be not surpiised if in the other world You’ro made to take Rocky Moun tain Tea. (Begin now.) For sale by the White Pharmacy ckifiKiTioN nr hand IMAINTKD CHINA •Mrs. Kllison invites all interest ed 'n china painting to an exhibi tion anJ sale of hand painted china Saturday and Monday, Oct. 17 and Ibih at Hotel Aftamont. Classes will be organized and orders taken for Xmas. 10-13-4t Ooa't wait nttl you have a deep ioated cough. "An ounce of preven tlon la worth a pound of cure." With the first tickling of the bronchial tubes get a bottle of Rydale'a Cough Elixir. Safest for parent or child. Contains no opiates. The White Pharmacy. Mrs. fjeorge W. Fizer hns gone ' o Christiansburg to visit friends. Mrs. W. It Crenshaw left this afternoon for Kimball, where «he ■OH called by the llness of her -da.-er, Mrs A If. fleagle's, child. 'I he many friends of Rev. A If. 'I m cr '.ill be glad to know that w 1! i-‘ l;o near tc» 11- this year '!<• was ar -.’cried to Pocahontas Itev. Ray Cartwrlghl having been transferred to Welch, It' v. 1 hr ma Prlddy returned rot • '•( o rr i.f ( tc. lay. Rev, prl.f dy goes to C.iatfanooca this year, '/r ity <harg< is sa rl to be one of he most de rah]** in he confer* * ni'i', an.l ve ran ray to the people of that char'd, thM they will have r.-al livr*. able preacher. Wrr.MAMfT CAHIJOIJC HALVE WITH A It MCA A Nil WITCH IIAZRL Tl, b at safvi; :n the world for i- , bruises, nr,res, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chapped bands and * 1 -kin eruptions. Ouarantee.i t© giv-% sat .sfaetlon, or money refund ed. 27,o. sold by the White Phar macy. Rea W ant a l*Ki:sn» TKICI.W SVN’OI). A Presbyter an Synod, composed of the Presbyterian churches of West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland and District of Columbia, is in ses j 3ion at Roanoke. Rev. P. C. lClark | loft yesterday to attend it. and W. : H. Thonias of this city and Rev. | Newton Donaldson, of Huntington, went to Roanoke thia morning to attend its sessions. How to •Hat an undertaker: Cough ind Coughing end in Coffin. Cure the '-Tough, stop the Cougning, and lei j the undertaker keep his Coffin. Ry j 1 ale’s Cough Elixir is foe best and | surest way or accomplishing this re sult. Best, because it contains the !)«st remedies known to aid nature to cure a cough. Surest, because it posi tively does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind. Ouaran ced under the Pur* Food and Drug Daw. For sale by White Pharmacy. NEW SCHKIH’LK. A new schedule will go into effect : next Sunday. The only change will be in number 16. which will leave i here for the east at 9:25 p. m. in stead‘of 10:12 as It now does. Every woman desires a good com i flexion, but oft-times either ruins the one she has or fails to gain one by the paint and powder method she employs, a good complexion is from within and can’t be painted or pow lered on. Two things are necessary n order to be the possessor of a rood complexion. A healthy action if the liver and good rich blood. Rydale’s Liver Tablets taken occa ilonnlly and followed for a week or ‘en days by Rydale’s Tonic and plen ’v of fresh air and out of doors ex ! "rc,s“ w|” all the paint and powder In the world. Try It Just ™>ce and see. The White Pharmacv ITALIAN' KILLED. An Italian wan killed yesterday at Devon by falling between two fara froni which he wan union ling travel. The body was badly mu tilated. Your atomach churns and dljcents i the food you eat; If found torpid, or ^ut of order, your whole aystem auf i'era from blood polaon. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea keepa the stomach in perfect condition, mak j njc you well and happy. 35 centa, I Tea or Tablets. For aale by the White Pharmacy. • *."00 W)R raddle mahk. ■ lohri I,. froeket sold yeaterday at. ! Tazewell hla valuable aaddle mare 0 Col. I,. k. Tierney, of Powha j fMn- * animal la known ax one I Of the beat Vlr/lnia saddle hornea ; in this section and la valued a* $500. RENT SI* room house with bath. W **at End. Reasonable 1 i» C O f • r»ry & Son 10-1 5-1 f D. Rosenaur. of Baltimore, Is In ib>* city on n visit. - Mrs. R. L. 8|*eas la visiting friends at Princeton Charles p. Adams, of Norton, was Douglass Millar, of Richmond, is here visiting htt mother. — \\\ N. Doak loft las; night for Willla.iiHon <>n official business. Mr. and Mrs. \v. R, Dawson are VihIiIiik >*olnts in Canada th s week. K. M. Payne, of Beckley, was the Ktiest of his brother-in-law, D. H. Johnston, yesterday. i GeorRe P. Hailey of v River, is visiting relatives in and about tho city. Mrs. Julia Bird, of Abingdon, is tho guest of Dr. E. H. Thompson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Oliver will leave tonight Tor Itasca. Texas, where they will visit an uncle of Mr. Oliver. Fireman C. \V. Godsey returned from Colu'mbua. Ohio, yesterday, where he attended the firemen's convent ion. •Mrs. D. B. Baldwin and son, W. G. Baldwin, left yesterday for a visit to Niagara alls, Toronto and other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shumate have returned from a visit to Bert’s old home in Kansas. While gone they visited Chicago and other cities. Hon. Earl Riley, formerly of this city, and now of Roanoke, has de cided to go to Seattle, Washington, soon, for the practice of law. T. H. Becker, Jr., has sufficiently recovered from his recent illness to return to Iris studies at Morgan town, which he did last night. Mrs. John S. Richardson ami son left yesterday for Pearlsburg, where they will attend the wedding of Wharton o i\Vefe and Miss Janie Bane Snidow. Gage Y. Kelly accompanied by his brother, Dr. J. G. Kelly, left yes terday Tor Baltimore, where he will undergo treatment at Johne-Hoiyj kins hospital. Senator E. S. Baker, W. J. Over street, Mayor J. A. Waddell and Chief of Police Kent McKee, of Brain well, were «in the city today enroute to Princeton. Miss Lottie Spangler and Mr. Ernest C. Caldwell, of II rush fork, *er© married at Princeton, Rev. W. Ayers officiating. They will make their home at Midway. Capt. E. L. Bailey is at home ,from Williamson. On yesterday he purchased for $ -1.2 r* 0 cash the brick residence of F M Reynolds on Blue tleld avenue, next to Sublette and Barnes. James D. Couch, for some time •manager of the Alhambra Hotel at -K« ystone, has accepted the position of general manager of the “Forger” theatrical company which recently exhibited here. Judge David E. Johnston, D. H. Johnston and John L. Crockett have shipped in a Pullman hoi*se car a car load of fine saddle horses which I they expect to use after they reach Portland, Oregon. Mrs. C. A. Hall and child, of H anoke, arc the guests of Mr. and Mm, C. E. Reynolds, on Hlggin l ot ham avenue, f. v. Rail, father of Mr. Ball, accompanied them and Is the guetft of his son J. K. Rail, of Graham. O. C. Jenkins and family left yesterday for their farm at Seven Mile Ford, Va.. where they will spend several months. They will retain their residence In Minefield, where most of Mr. Jenkins inter* er.ts are, and he will return in a few days. Mon A. J. Wilkinson, of Grafton, v as In the city yesterday. Mr. Wil kinson was j.n alternate to the Den ver convention an 1 an enl huslast.ic Bryan man. He says the ia1>or vote of the first congressional district will carry that district for Bryan, j Ohio county will give him a good majority. _ Hon. H. M. Shumate, of Athens, s In the city. Mr. Shumate Is vis iting his daughter, Mrs. J. Harve Johnston. Mr. Shumate was a mem ber of the house of delegates when Hon. TvOuta Bennett was speaker find he Is a very warm friend of Mr. Bennett. Mr. (Ultimate says Mr. Bennett |* a thorough business mtfh a scholarly gentleman, and rjuall fled In every sense for th" office of governor. As a presiding officer he was firm hut courteous and was greatly liked by eorery member of the house without regard to party. Mr Shumate believe* he will make a great governor. Harry Lynwood Stephens, a val ued employe of the Telegraph for the past four years, on yesterday surprised his friends by taking ua to himself a wife. The mtarrlage occurred at Trinity Methodist church in Roanoke and the bride was Miss Mary, the popular daugh ter of Mrs. Fannie Dickerson of this city. The bride has been tl resident of Hluofleid since her early child hood. her father, Judge M. C. Dick erson, of Floyd. Va., having been one of 'the earliest settlers of UIuc fl«ld. She is held in very high es teem by all who know her. The Leader extends Its heartiest con gratulations to the hbppy* couple and wishes them a life of fiappl ness. Get your flower pots of the S^ep toe Cash Supply Co., 10-14-6t ROGERS’ LIVERWORT TAR AND CHAXCHALAGLA For the complete cure of coughs, colds, aBthrua and bronchitis and all lung complaints tending to consump tlon, Liverwort, Tar and Wild Cher ry, have for ages maintained an established reputation as a standard cough remedy. It contains no opi um or Jiarmful drug, can be given with safety to children. Price $1.00 Sold by the White Pharmacy. ALBERT MARTIN MAY RECOVER Albert Martin the young man who was so seriously hurt in a run-away yesterday. 1h resting fairly well this morning and his condition indicates that ho has an excellent chance of recovery. WILLIAMS’ KIIIXEY PILLS Have you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your nervous System and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pains in loins, side, back, groins and bladder? Have you flabby ap pearance of the face, especially un der the eyes? Too frequent desire to pass urine? If so, Williams’ Kid ney Pills will cure you. Price 50c. Sold by the White Pharmacy. If Chanler carries New York state by ISO,000 plurality, as indicated by the New York World's forecast, it will be hard to convince anybody that there is any doubt about Hry an also carrying the state. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. On October 1, 1908, we sold our business and good will to C. n. Har man and Company, who will contin ue the business at the same stand. We take this method of thanking our friends for their liberal pat ronage and bespeak for our succes sors a continuance of the same. Respectfully, HETHERINGTON & CO., By W. H. Hetherlngton. This Space is Reserved for TROY STEAM LAUNDRY J. E. SCHINDEL, Proprietor Watch for Ad. 3. M. 8MITH, President. J. LEE HARNE. Cashier. F. L. BLACK, Vice-President. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA $ Capital Paid In.$100,000.00 Stockholders’ Liability . 100,000.00 Security to Depositors. 200,000.00 WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND CER TIFICATES OF DEPOSIT. UNITED STATES, STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. I Busy o' Restaurant ii and Lunch Room For Ladies and Gentlemen QUICK SERVICE COURTEOUS ATTENTION PRICES REASONABLE YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, 430 Princeton Ave. BE WAIVE OF OINTMENTS FOB CATARRH TI1AT CONTAIN MERCfRY. as mercury -will airelj destroy the tense of smell anrl completely de range the whole system when enter ing It through the mucous surfaces. Btich articles should never be used txcept on prescriptions from- repu table physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Onto, by P. J. Choney & Co. Testimonials free. ’ Sold by Druggists Price, 76c. per bottle. Take Hall’s Family Pills for con stipation. • < USE MONITOR PULVERIZED.^ The flour of quality. (At all stores) Try Daily Leader Want ads. 9 Another large ship ment of Stien-Bloch and Strouse & Bros. High Art Clothing; Regal Shoes Auto crat Trousers and Wilson Shirts. We are now better pre pared than ever to BIXANtJ supply your wants in the latest styles and shades of Finely Tailored ot Royal Suits for * and best assorted A visit to Our i vince you. Call Clothes. Our stock Boys is the largest in the city. v Store will con l • - and see us. THORNTON CLOTHING CO. STAR SIGN COR. PRINCETON and HIGGINBOTHAM AYES.