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For the Convahscinf
For the Tired Mother
For the Growing Child
For the vigorous Man
There Is no better beverage
fl and tonic than POCAHONTAS
MAIjT, a non-alcohllc drink
containing the rich tissue
*j building extract of Barley
| Malt w th ‘ho bitter tonic of
M the best Bohemian Hops. Po
| cahontas Malt Is brewed un- I
i.: dor the most sanitary condl- Li
Hons and according to the u
beat known process. For sale
by all druggists and soft drink []
% dealers. 'if
BLUEFIELO BREWING CO. B
PHONE 210 :
Bluefield. W. Va. *
V. . ... ——!SBS
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
TWO BRICK BUSINESS HOUSES
ON BLANl) STREET.
Will Pay 15 per cent on Investment
Wo also have for sale some of
the best modern equipped
Residences that, are in the
City of Bluefield. Prices and
Terms Bight.. We have sev
eral fine Bluegraas Farms In
the valley of South Bluetield;
fine water.good improvements
and in high state of cultiva
tion. We can deliver to any
purchaser as we have this
property for .sale, in w riting.
Booker & Crenshaw
Room 5 Kelley & Moyer Bilking
BLUEFIELD, - - W. VA.
Intermont Electric Co.
GENERAL CONTRATORS
AND SUPPLIERS
Phone 212 Bluefield, W. Va.
THE NEW YORK
LADIESMfAILOR
Suits made to order. We make al
terations. We guarantee fit and
workmamihlp. All work dons right
In our bhop.
Give us a call.
MAX HARLEM
14 Higginbotham Avv^nue
Paris Building.
Tug River Hotels
WELCH, WEST VIRGINIA
MRS, J. A. SHIELDS, Prop.
A favorite place with Commerslal
Travelers to spend Sunday,
PRINCETON INN
L. H. PERKINS, Proprietor
Best Accotnmodatlnns. Rates $2.00
PRINCETON, W. VA.
EB1 11 . .. ■■ .« ■
THOMAS K. t'KUKY, M. D,
Specialist,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Bln** Me Id, W. Va.
Ocmllst for Si. A W. Hallway.
CRAY MAIM REPAIR SHOP
Now In the Rear of Fowler-Rich
ardeoa Company.
AU kinds of repalrtng of Lawn
Mowers, Sewing Machines, Bicycles
Clans, Pistols, Typewriters. Adding
Machines, Locks, Keys Fitted and
In fact, si) kinds of machines. Work
and price guaranteed.
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—^i-"rr ^rriT^Tn' rets- jhhjokiio
Theatrical Notes I
I_ - 5
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MISS NETT IK WOO'S WITH LAT IM Ell-LEIGH STOCK COMPANY
AT 1LK3 THEATRE ALL NEXT WEEK.
A COMPANY OP IA PEOPLE—A
BW VAUDEVILLE AC'TS—LAR
GEST ON Tint HOAD I1K11E
NEXT WEEK.
In these days o’ theati cal com
petlt on, when i>u jtauy companies
are on the raod, three things, in
order to make a s-icc ss, are vitally
nocessary, namely a thoroughly
'•on!potent star, as a Teature of a
Hirong company, go *’ plays and sptv
rial scenery, in the engagement of
the Lat!more A Lel.k Stock Co.,
which will open a rSek’s repertoire
in the four act p ..storlal drama
‘Orphan’s Prayer.** Monday ovon
ng. November »th, th.se essentials
regarding tho sties**.ji and worth
of the attraction hevs beoa carofully
looked afto by the nmgeiuoat. It
Is doubtful If there is a better •<iu!p
ped show on tha road today than
the Latiinore A I.aljb Company.
Special attention la called to Miss
Mae La Porte, the lead ng ia.ly of !
the compuuy, who will be soon !n a|
reperto ro of exceptionally strong
dramatic parts combining all the
phases of human emotion and artis
tic interpretation. Mas I^alHirto is
.•specially proud of her magnlflccut
wardrobe. Ho gowns th'a season
have boea tho delight of all who
have been fortunate to hav.% soeu
her wear them on tho stage, an 1 her
work as an actress Is couslJored
above the average as a leading lady.
Miss LaPorte is supported by an ex
cellent company. Spec al vaudeville
features aro offered between acts,
Including McEnroe and LaPorto,
Regers anj dancers; thogy quaint
old Quakers. 11 ram and Cyrua;
Miss Marie Latimoro, the picture
and the ginger; tho Llhougrapb, ex
clusive subjects in mot on pictures.
The great Latimoro and Leigh Co.
of Illusionists, presenting three big
nysteries, including “The Huss an
torture box" and “Harrell Mystery.”
Will Fight
As A Private
. .OFFICE NOT IIICC BAS ARY TO
THE DOING OF Bltl THINGS,
HA'H BRYAN—NEBRASKA ItK
HI LTS PUiAAlXG—SWEHIMXG
VICTORY IN HIS HOME STATE
GOB EAR TOWARD tX)XSOLXNG
CANDIDATE OF Ills DEFEAT
IX COl'XTHY AT LARGE.
Lincoln, Nob., Nov. 5.—While not
caring ;o discuss at this time the
i ol Ileal v ffoct fit the H'juocrMlir
victory lu h.s home stale or ana
lyze the causes. William J. llryau
yesterday a tciuoou In an informal
talk to a uurnber of friends who
«alled ou him expressed his pleasure
at the result lu Nebraska aud the
satigX&ct ou It afTorJod h m to loam
of the olet ou of bo many of his
political aud pv»rsouai (rlcuds.
A HUNDRED VISITORS.
A delegation numbering ucaily a
huudred irorn Lincoln visited Mr
llryau at Falrviow to express to him
tholr couUdeuco and devotion and to
assure him that such was the senti
ment of a majority of the people of
his city and state.
Mr. Uryan, lu responding, said;
"I am highly gral fled ovur the re
sults of this stale. ’Iho natonul
defeat has uot been such a dlsap
po utincut when we huvo had so
many thlugs to oonso'o us. 1 hopo
1 have couvlueed iny frionds that
running for office has only been an
incldeut to my work. My heart has
never been sot on holding office, but
I wanted to do certain works and
It looked as though the presidency
might offer the opportun ty to do
that work. I ana sure that lu pri
vate lifo 1 can have tho chance to do
something. Ono Is not required to
nolil o flee in order to do big things;
one is simply required to do those
things w thin his roach and that
much is within the ros< li of each of
U4.
CONFIDENCE OF HOME PEOPLE.
“Personally I shall llud us much
Joy out of office If the roturns show
I must bo, ns I would be In office,
I hope to be of influence to brlug
HBI'RODl’CTIOX (>r THE “DEAR BILLY” LETTER WHIC H MRS. CLAUDIA RAINS DECLARES IS A
FORGERY.
OOMPKItft' BTATBNWTT (>* TUB
' '
HKHLI/r OF mid Bi.W’TIOV.
Washington, Nor. i. - “Taraporv
rlly defeated, but sot suiquwreJ,”
* the way Preside St 0;inpars, pres
ident of the Auie.i .a Pelaratton of
i^nbor, buuis up Unor s v«w of tea
election in a scaUnaa. «ejed as fol
lows:
“The orgsa sod workara stood
true to tue cause of juatico aad bj
man freedom. Tbls was aot tea
first time is tbs struggles of the
manses that et.tr sai.b«.j wealth,
privilege anj power gaiaed a mato
rlal, even though u temporary vic
tory. The moral influence of the
campaign is with the easa* of the
workers. The part tier took com-J
pelted the ris?ua*..a a be devoted
almost exclusively to the labor ques- <
Mod, labor inovemest. aad the prla- I
clplos of right. Just ee and human
ty, upon which their ph ioaophy and j
demands are baaed
"Even though disappointed with I
tho Immrd n> rceii’f, there is no!
cause for and there will not be sny
toss of faith and confidence in the 1
justice of labor's demand# and their)
successful aeh evrment. Action,
consistent. Insistent end persistent I
will achieve for the to IfrS the trl- !
| umph of the cause a ,«»or and the!
ca se of human juatire
“Though temporar ly «e;*ated, la- \
■ hor is not conquers;. The future '
) is ours."
"Every mas ta fit* trade” M an
old adage aid la farr’T'ar to snarly
I %,1 of ua It ia brief ta ta warding
I but conveya a grant inn! In ta mo
In*. It la merely a terse way of
taytag that a man who makes a tpe
1alty of any oue thing knows more
about, and la more proficient la his
pa llcular specialty than any one
9l»e could be. It Is for tblu reason
that we all aeek a specialist when
we have any serious physical all
meat. It Is for the same reason that
The Rydale Remedy Co. went to one
A the beat specialists la the Ha ted
states 9u liver and Intestinal trou
ble. a profsH»or In a Colsiubus. O.,
Medina] Col lets*, and sees red from
him a prescription from whisk Ry
dale'n Uver Tablets am mads.
This specialist knew mors about Ihr
ar trouble* them a doctor wbo treats
»si dtscaaen, asd that Is why Ry
dele’s Liver Tablets relieve and ears
mors qnlckly all liver trouble# tbaa
tbo ordlaary liver pills and pow
lers.
61 tablets In a metal box, 25
mate. For sale by the White phar
macy.
BRAKEMAN 'KILLED
GROVE It HOLTON FALLS FROM
RAILROAD TRAIN AND III DR
CAPITATED.
Bristol, Teno., Nov 6.—Orov<*r
Holton, 20 years old, a brakeman on
the Virginia anJ Souh western
Hallway, whose home was here, fell
between the ears of a moving train
at Ham Hon Station yesterday and
was decapitated.
Cn evwy ensuo Its mass is board,
Mu naono ko# spread from sea to
sea.
not scrpvleed If In the ether
world
Tou'm made to take Rocky Mona
tain Tea. (Regis aow.)
For sale by the White Pharmacy
Try Dally leader Waat ads
SOLDIER
IS DUNE
OKOltGE B. IRVINGTON FOUND
IN HAD CONDITION ON YAKDH.
——— ■
A stranger was picked up on the
Minefield yards shout daylight and
from papsrs louud ia his poss< bhIob
It seems that his name la George It.
1 v-ogtoB and that he ia an Inrnats
of the Sold era' Home at Johnson
^ Ity fenn. He had on his porsou a
urlougb waith explrsd October 1&,
and la the furlough his ago la given
*• SO. He had a budge allowing
that he waa a veteran of the Span
ish American war. He is a ruan of
medium stature and wears a black
mustache. He was fairly well dreae
ed. but his clothes ware burned In
several places, showing that he had
aln too near the bed of coala where
he slept. Uy hi* aide waa found
eererai packages of stimulants and
some empty bottlea and hla condi
tion in no doubt due to a protracts
ed spree There Is only a alight
chance for recovery. Ho wan
take* to the c ty hall where he waa
made as comfortable as the authori
ties could make him.
WTI.lJiiar KTDNIT PIMJI
Have you aagracted yosr kidneys?
Have yoa overworks* your serves*
system sad caused troabls wltfc
y**r kldeeys n4 bladder? Haw
you pataa la lotas, aids, back, grains
and bladder? Heve you flabby ap
psaraacs #f tbs faoe especially aa
der the eyes? Too freqa^ot desire
to pass arise? If se, Williams' Kid
asy Pills will ouro you. Pries 60o.
Sold by tbs Wblts Pharmacy,
About needed reforms.
“I appreciate very much the con
fidence and loyalty of tho people
near us. i. has been the greatest
comfort th. the election has given
us. 1 he IL't that those amoug
whom we 1 ve have shown this con
fidence we appreciate more than I
can tell you it has been very k nd
n you to co te out here and visit us
on this day.
The deieat ho sustained yester
day dl«l not weigh heuvlly on Mr.
Brymu. Ho was one of tho most
cheerful of those at his home and
laughed (good assuredly with »hls
v is ;ors. Lust night Mr. Bryan was
the guest of honor at tho bauquvt
of tho Sta o Teachers* Assoc atlou,
•' here he i a le a short address.
Ho has no other Immediate plans
than to res. at his home, following
lus canvass.
V ^
rIKtt.Wt*. of OtVI V|K\ la hi|l
«'AT Altai! I'HA I *>UV|%|>
Whip | in
*" men Ur> will s»reiy destroy the
•♦•m*e of smell and coiupl-tety do
Ange the whole system when euter
•ag It through the mucous surface*
luch article* shmihl never be used
»xcept on pr vacrliulons from repu
»ble physicians, as the damage
they will do ts ten fold to the good
fou can possibly derive from them,
•lall ■ Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Choney ft Co., Toledo. O.,
ontalDfl no mercury, and Is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
hlood and mucous surfaces of the
system. in buying Hall’s Catarrh
Our* be stirs you get the genuine.
11 la taken Internally and made In
Toledo. Onto, by F. j. Cheney ft
Oo. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists Price, 7Be.
*er bottle.
Take Hall’s Family Pin* for con
vtlpat k>a.
NOTICK TO TAX I’A' Kits.
I will bo at tbe following places
on bo date opposite, for tho pur
..ose or ct llartJng taxes for the year
1908 which ure now due. All par
ties paying their taxes on these
latea will be given a discount of 2
1-2 per ceat:
Princeton, November 11, 08.
Belcher School ilouso, November
12, 08.
Llttleaburg, November 13, 08.
Ada, November 14, 08.
Bruah Fork, November 16, 08.
Bluetlsld, November 17 to 30 In
clusive.
Don’t fall to tnke your discount
on tbe day specified.
Yours very truly,
W. P. HAWLEY,
Deputy Sheriff.
A N NOI’NCE M K N T.
To the public:
We have sold our business con
ducted under the firm name of Cash
Coal Co., to Harman & Co., who will
conduct tho same under tho same
Urm name. All accounts duo tho
(.ash Coal Co. prior to Nov. 1, 19i>8,
are payable to L. G. Bowling, man
ager, woo requests a prompt, settle
ment. Thanking our friends for
their patronage and solicit a contin
nance of same for our successors,
we remain,
Very truly,
CASH COAL COMPANY.
By L. G. Bowling, Mgr.
Nov. 2, 1908. 11-3-31
WILLIAMS’ CARBOLIC
8ALVK WITH ARNICA
AND WITCH IIAZKL
The b*et saive in the world for
cuta, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, tetter, chapped hinds and
all skis eruptions. Guaranteed to
flvw satisfaction, or money refund
ad. 25c. Bold by the White Phar
macy.
OOTOIIKH IB. 1004.
S:!s a. no. for Koaaoke,
Norfolk sad all pola’s os the Bhes
aadoak division, Pullman Bl*«p«r
itosaoks to New York, via Hagers
tows, Pullmaa Parlor Gar Koaaoke
to Norfolk.
• a. m. for Roanoke, Rlck
«no»d, Norfolk. Pullmaa kleeper.
Dials* Car to Roasokv. Parlor Gar
Koaaoke to Norfolk.
2:S6 p. m. for Roasoke, Lynch
>srg and latermedlate ststloss sad
:bw Ahenasdoah Valley. Philadelphia
tad New York. Bleeper to Philadel
phia Cafe Oar Gary aad Roasoke
k:26 p. m. far Roano.cs, Lynch
er* Rtchmosd Norfolk. Pullman
Bleeper to Norfolk.
Laare Minefield 8:20 p. m. for K«n
vra, Colnmbiie and all points Weal
and Northwest. Pullman Sleeper for
Oolombus and Cincinnati. Cafe Care.
8:15 a. m. Pullman Sleeper for
Columbus. Cafe Dining Car.
lyeare 8:25 a. m. and 2:25 p. m.
tally for Tew well. Norton and al
stations on Clinch Valley division
Arrive from Norton asd polnta of
the Clinch Valley division at 2:40 p
m. and 7:40 p. m.
Leave 0:10 a. m. for Welch and
Intermediate stations.
!>eave 10:41 e m for Wllllesn
•on and bitermedlste stations.
Laave 2:40 p. m. for Welch aad
Intermediate stations.
Call on agent Norfolk and West
on* Railway for tickets, maps tsd !
•ddltlonal Information.
W. B BETILL. O. P A.,
Roan oka, Va.
The Cincinnati Dental Co
It For the Painless Extraction ot Teeth. The
surest, safest and best method ever used, no tore I
gums or ill effects follow its use.
Full M»t «lf f«**th . $R 00
Vary flnaei *»•( an
belter made at aay
prlca. t.00
Gold crow** 4 oo
Gold Oil It)k* . 1.00
Stlvar and Cement (111.
Inir* t"
(examination Kne.—We Invite you to tnapect our parlor# #
have your teeth examined free Will tel) you tu advance «h
your work will coat. All work done by skilled, experienced op#r
ator* by our Improved method a W» «tve yon ■ '»
writing oa all work
THE CINCINUn OENTISrS. Ir -own. Hj>r
Over The Grand Leader
KELLY & MOYERS. |
DEALERS IN I
WHISKEYS. WIES . BRANCHS. LES. B
BEERS. Porters and all Kinds of Liquors. I
^—*i— i ~~ ' ij J-L_BULXLJU.I—_. '«
FIRST CLASS I
BILLIARD & POOL-ROOM CONNECTED 1
OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED PROMPLY I
WM BEURY, Pres’t M0RR1SS WATTS, Vlcs-Pres’t A. H. LAUD, Sec’y < ►
Citizens Underwriters Agency I!
GENERAL INSURANCE ||
FI UK, LIFK, LIABILITY, HTKAM BOILKll, 1*LATR
GLASS, HKALTII, AO<'Il>KNT, ItONUH, CllKIHT. < >
WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A PORTION OF YOUR BUSINESS l \
Jj R- K* Thom I on A. L. Howling W. A. Brown
I Invest In Princeton. I
* "ViT/E Have for sale a large number of Fine 4
I^v Residence and Choice Business Lots
ON EASY TERMS I
L Also Houses^and Lots for Sale, Houses for Rent ^
hi —-Come and see us, or write us-— ft
I Princeton Rsal Estate Agency. 1
♦ “THE STAR AGENGY" V
| PRINCETON.. VA. g
II 5 Turner Brothers Company |
j; FOUR LARGE STORES IN DIFFERENT CITIFS |
Has the latest things in the DECORATING X
!! LINE that can be found in the largest cities. If 9
!! you want want your home or your store rooms deco- ?
!! rated, call at $
i; 107 Princeton Ave. Phone 182 f
"" [ - T^T '»■ ■ —
I R. W. DOSS ELECTRIC CO.?
I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSX
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X No Job too ’ari<) for ua and Electrical supplies, railroad 9
If none too email to receive our ,Bd telephone conduction 5
< ► prpmt attention. Come -.e __ Z
* [ m .. . work. Get our prices. 9
{ > see us, write or phone ua. t
j i _____ X
if > SPECIAL ATTENTION GiVEN TO HOUSE WIRING >6
o - ±
\\ R. W. DOSS ELECTRIC CO. %
O It GifEKIELD, Paris llulld ng HlRKlnbot harn Ave. Phono 42f X
X WEIXJH Phono 238 T
o-i-o-i-o-i-o-i-Oi-o-i-o-io-i-o-i-o-i-oKwo-i-O! Od<>-K>!o-:-<>;-o-:-o-!-o-:-o-:-o-:<>-!-©-;
HOTEL ALHAMBRA
JAMES D. CROUCH, Mffr.
American Plan
Fates $2 50 and $3 per Day
Large Sample Rooms. I lot
and Cold Batha. Steam Heat
Klectric Light.
KEYSTONE, W. VA.
-'j „ nan . a. ; ...u. i ■
BOOT, SHOE, BICYCLE
and CUN REPAIR SHOP
Opposite Express Office
biUEFIELD, W, VA.
POCAHONTAS and RAVEN REO ASH
COAL
Now Is the time to buy your win
ter supply. Special Inducements In
quantities. Qot cash prices today.
F. A. HARMAN
Office Phone 370<
Ow Climax Barber Shop, Opposite Frgt Depot
DR. A. D. WOOD,
Specialist.
Eye, Bar, Noee and Throat,
rhorntoa BTdf. Bluefleld, W. Vs.

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