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EVENING LEADER Published every * vening except Sunday. Em >re.i is s oond class matter \pril Mh I'.MMi, at the Post or j fife at 1 IuyfleKl, \V. V trader act nt Cony. • • s. M: rch 3rd 1N79. sritsrHlPTION ItATES By Carrier, Payab'e In Advance Daily one y< ar.$1.00 Dail six a.oaths. 11.00 Dally three months. 1.00 Dally one mc.'.th. 40c Bv Mall, Cash in Advance. Dally oue year .$3 00 Daily six months .$1.73 Daily three months .$1.00 Daily oue month. 35c Ad\l res as all communications and all remittances to the Blue stone Puhliehlng Company. Telephone: Business office and Editorial Iloo'.r., 503. \\ edni.mew m;pi i*i». The sissy man ami baby talk we always have v\ 11;» us. Ti;e R clnuonri (Va.) Kvening Journal i sued yesterday a twenty page ntarUea edition the amount of advertising carried displaying a prosperous Uusoikbs activity n that < ity. Kveu Rig Stick Roo evelt warned tlm trusts to be good and stay good. \s they refused to he good and stay good under h s commands it i; not supposed they will tak< the admonitions or Mr. Taft more seriously. Dry Bristol, Tenu., is up in anus ugai.iat wet Bristol. Va. To oven matters ui*. the record® on the dr> side of State street lias announced ; that a minimum fine of $2.'> for | drunks w 11 he levied, the city char ter providing a maximum penalty of $,><). Thus Bristol. Tenn., lioi>ob to keep both t he drink and tin drunk on the Virginia side. The Richmond News-ljpader In a recent editorial tails attention to the need of a mun cipal law which should meet with approval in every progres sive city R says: There should bo a municipal law, and p should be rigidly and impur t ally enforced, compelling contrac tors engaged in tearing down old buildings preparatory to the erec tion of new ones to sprinkle copi ously with water the debris as it falls. The dust disseminated in the air is not only ^injurious to the lungs, eyes and throat, but plats havoc with clothing, especially that of the ladies wiio happen to be pu «• itig when dcmol tion is in progress. <<m via coi ut sns is \m;t. \ Conundrum? According to the County Court the Daly Telegraph i. "ftc," At least that is the inference from one of their recent actions. The law re garding the publication of the fi nancial statement of counties says th.it the stateiue.it must bo publ sa el |.) paper.- of opposite polUi-al faith. The c unity Court ordered Co*- sfsiterneni printed in the .Moun r Me-senger a oi i| iii ekly which ,<U. ris to be "Prohibition" ;n polities uni also ordered i? printed in the bah T* lejrrapb. obviously if the Daily Telcirra di is of "oppodte pollt eaj faith" of the .Mountain Mown* ;r'-r Ir tint t !,< w. t. As the only p<> h i Dm’ vf« r has, if tt has ikios: !n o eonilderat on th*o a.j<h ,-t t» ut m le oor af« *er tne la r b p, la ire t..at vV ,m we ' iT e>m* iy . ee how the ' o it y i ii • i.; i,at i's « onciu* * on. 1 t' ■ • -il TrlP < tv PRESS COMMENT An ard^m >ix dollars a 1a*. uivo. i i; all thf* bf»t !av. of ' !<• ' h< < x* ‘ft work of fef* al ■ s-. ;f»' or# V>«1 ! v»< ftbol* hied. A continuous itorforiuaace might ‘ uit him bettor.— Parkers burg Sentinel. Is tin1 town dry n anything but lrtme? Mas the victory of tho drys !»**«• tt anything •>ut aii empty honor? <‘iiarlo*to;i Cazelte. I'll.- few Parkersburg arc •‘lout knocked out (loot] thing When they <|uil they may cease to ho universally despised Parkersburg Dispntch News. It Is worthy of note that the ac- I ie < w ho m e most urgent in ad- j '• I o >< ting women to keep off the i stave an among those whose stage • uri ei :■ have h en most suere ttfttl from a financial standpoint. I, ke-j '■ •re tuo men who are most iusis- j ten; that the boy . remain on the lut .ns are those who, born on the farm, pit the eou itry early and have aeli eyed tip* highest promi nent e in other walk** or 1 fe. Have i hey fount) i heir accesses hut dead 1 • a fruit or ,|" they imagine that no-: hotly touting after them could ac complish wit a: they have effected? \tc tlu v philanthropists or egotists? V rginiart.Pilot. \ki*i:vi hi:. Hit file has died ami t lie coals arc • lull; i ii«■ an is from I lie glass have run: I In* sunshine fades in the tenr-dlni nied dusk; the day of our love is done. f)ti hearts still a‘‘he in their emptl- ; m ss and cry for the days now fled. Our lips qu'ver in it; sweet eon tent, the hours, the days, the | years; We laughed at life in our joy of it.! with laughter akin to far : We know tin* clasp of a tender hand, , the glance of the eyes that told The tilings our lips could no( hope it> speak a tale that was new yet old. We lived our life in its fulsomenes'. and what should the heart forget? We loved and lost, and tlie fire has died; but why shoulj the heart regret? W*. dreamed our dreams in a 'para dise—and what if the night is gray? W’e drank the cup of our perfect Joy. Hear heart, we have lived our day! Caroline Reynold s, in October1 Smnrt Set. , IN POLICE COURT. Judge Crockett had four e.igeg of i irunkness before him this morning i among whom was one VV. 10. Ma roney who got a thirty days sentence a default of payments of $.",.011 nfio. R. .T. Haves went I he same route j for a like reason. •1. W. Foley was more fortunate. I ho dug down and paid $."..00 for his little spree. A one armed man by the name of Hums worked on the sympathy j or the court and was set free, but j not before he promised to leave town. ^ SAXON LINK A; LUMBER COM I’ANY. a corporation, v. .1. A. MOOKK. In Chancery.- To all per sons holding ileus by judgment, or otherwise, on the real estate, or any part, thereof, of .1, A. Moore. In put nuance of a decree of the Circuit Court of .Mercer County, VY* 't Virginia, made in a <au c there in lending to subject the real estate of the said .1, A. Moore to the satis •\ictio, of the lien- thereon, you are hereby required to present all cla;ms held by you find each of you igalnst the said .1, A. Moore, which 'in- Hens on 11is red estate, or any j i art of if. for a Ijudieaflnn to me at I my office in the ejty of Minefield. ; county and State aforesaid, on or be fore the Hth day of October, Criv< tj under m>% hand this 11 t.h day of September, IftO®. JAM KS S. K ALE, Comtnis loncr In Chancery. Sept. 122, 29-Oc t’> DAYS hihI your craving fnv liquor Is ko/ip if vf»u t«k»> th«» McKanna CURE Th»r. I* nonr lfk* I; i>fTfr»d anywhere outside of McKa'nnaa No Dangerous Hypodermics Call or wri * f»fl. .f, .1. 221) Princeton Avonue Hlurflcld, \v. — m BREAD OF QUALITY Different in Shape. Ap pearance and Flavor from other Breads. Best for the Table Best for Sandwiches Best for all Occasions Makes Sweetest. Rich est. Cheapest Toast. Sublette & Barnes : ROBT. E. KOI KE A1TOHNEY-AT-LAW, Klnefifiil, West Virginia. (Collections a Specialty. Rulers to Flat-Ton National Bank. i Fresh BUTTERMILK We thurii Every Day and liave ICE-GOLD BUTTERMILK. THE NEW ALTAMIINT SOiiA In JhK Luliliy oi the NEW ALTAMONT HOTEL Concord Normal School ATHENS, W. VA. School begins Sept. 14, 1909. Be sure to be on time as work begins as soon as pupils are enrolled. Remember that Concor< 1 Normal is one of the best schools of the State. Address all letters of en quiry to 3. Lr. BEMIS, Athens, W. Va. Wearing Apparel Display, September 23 and24.—Blue field Mercantile Co. I'OK s\l,E—Property and stocks for .sale, us I expert to leave town tem porarily about the L'.'th nst., will eell all my personal an,i realty holdings. Phone -ll-.l. O. M. BARGER. 0-10 1 w I CRUSHER LIME STONE an,t slxe made ati«l delivered to any part of the city at a reasonable price by W. H. Coffman Coke Co., Bluefleld, W. Va. IjOKS—Gold filled charm, initial,, L. S. Return to Duvall Music Co., and receive reward. WANTED—Young man to attend fountain. Apply New Altamout Hotel. FOR It EXT—Nice front ofllces in the Thornton building. \\ \ vi i i>—Ex ed l an j li none other need apply. Troy aun dry, City. N. J. MORRIS 300 Bluefield Avenue. GENERAL Harness Making AND REPAIRING. i>csi W ork Guaranteed ai Reasonable Prices, Your Patronage Solicited. M. E. LONG CONTRACTOR FOR EXCACATING HAUUNO, STONE AND CONCRETE WORK Rhone m*M, IMuefleld, W. V*. MORRISON BROS. Oivil and Mining Engineers Thornton Building Siuefieid, W. Va. Thomas JC. Peerv, M. D. Spc -ialist. EVE, EAR, yo-.E AM) THROAT Biu..n«;i, w. Va. Oculist for C W Railway. Uco the “Afl” of the Eureka Hardware Company. THE PRINCESS iA./’tLA ^wrawg^y-jrav awa—i Offering Superb Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs. „* A (dean Show for Ladies, j Gentlemen and Ghildren. | Program Changed Daily Continuous Pei forma nces f:30 to 10:30 P. M. Should be Absolutely A ecu rule I f it im not ii iiecdn repiiiriu^ So bring it to me. All W ork (1 miritntccrl. Til ICO. lilLOKR Princeton \ \ c. 1C* pert Wii tell timber, 1*1 lie He Id, Went N ii. Jeweler nml ICii$»nivcr NewEnterprise. New Goods. Ne w Store Ladies' an»l Children’s ready to wear Clothes. Millinery. Foot* wear, etc THE FASHION. All Goods will be sold for cash, and at lowest price pos sible A new business has opened in Bluefield. Th e Fashion. The man back of the movement are merchants. They know how to buy goods. They know of the merchant, or merchants. Thew know how to buy goods. They know how to sell goods. This initial announcement is meant to present our claims for your patronage, to establish, and create a proper impression upon the minds of the people in the community and vicinity. The Fashion will be devoted to the retailing of women’s and children’s ready-to-wear garments, Millinery, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. The Fashion bases its hope of suc cess on the honest, fair and progress ive ideas that are in absolute control “of the business. In all departments our qualities include tho lowest-priced goods that are reliable, up to the best made. Our selections were governed by very def inite and c lear knowledge of current styles. The Fashion displays a stock of goods that will appeal to the needs the taste and thrift of all women. The Fashion guarantees every - , thing to be just as represented. Make comparisons for yourself. We propose to demonstrate the saving force of trading with us. Concerning prices, we shall have a great deal to say later on. At pres ent we desire to emphasize the fact that cash and capacity give us the power to command the very lowest pries, which in turn are passed on to you. we are anxious to meet and greet you at THE FASHION, T. S. IEPr©;p.. 425 Princeton Ave. - - Bluefield, W. Va. The Old 5 and lOcStore Stan'd BEURY, Prrs't MORRISS WATTS. Vice Pres't K. V. LAND Sec'y ❖Citizens Underwriters Agency ♦! |: GENERAL INSURANCE J i* , ,KK» *'IFK LIABILITY, STEAM BOILER, PIRATE *i t GLASS, IIEATLH, AO< ll>EXT, ;;()M)S, CREDIT. *♦ ^WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A PORTION OF YOOR BUSINESS 5 * -- } LOTS FOR SALE I - i John M. Wirgman, i Apply to wm. McCarthy. Philadelphia I BLUEFIELD.W VA. Why use dirty smoky coal? CA. UP Standard Fuel & Supply Co. ’PHONE NO. 20 and get a ton of good clean Coal and a load of nice Kindling V^ood The Officers and Directors o FLAT-TOP NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE FI ELD, W. VA„ Are successful business ,ncn, who know the science and ethics of sound business, which means safety and se curity in this Bank. You will find it a pleasure to do business with us, and quickly feel that you are in good hands. Come and let us be of some jervice. ** ** ^ Resources Nearly One Million Dollars. I.wviu \i'K K. TTKRWBY, It. K. HOIJ.1SO, OMhfar. UIU.IAM II. MIOM/VS, Vle*-pr*«. VV. It. IIIC'K*. A«sl»tant Cftih DIW. J. E. NICLSON AM) H. T. BIRD, .. . DSNTISTS ... OfUx their orofcssiouaJ services to th© people of Bluefleld autl vicinity. Rooms 22 »V- 2;I Kelly * Moyet B1<1«. The Difference Between beer and strong alco holic drink is that the former is a light stimulant with a high food value while the latter is a heavy stimulant with a low food value. Pocahontas Beer Contains between 3 and 4 per cent of alcohol; just what is naturally developed In the pro ces•, of brewing. Altogether ite food value amounts to about 12 p»*r cent. The balance, 88 per cent, ig pure water. In Pocahontas Beer you have (ho Ideal food beverage. The next time you are thirsty, try a glass. You will find there Is none better. BM’KFIKBB UKKWIXG CO., Bliiefleld, W. Ya. ’Phone No. 210. Tho nfTlce ami fnmituro make an Impression. The clothes and personal appearance make an impression. A Typewriter convey* the sort of Impression which all these things, at. their beet, produce. It 1* as lasting ft* can be made and ns elegant as hualnea* ought to he, Rlucfeicl Typewriter Exchange A. A. W’YfJAM/, Manager, PH met on Ay*.