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EVENING LEADER 'u bl«n ►r ■* «*▼#• «***'nr **oapt i »• v h *«■••*. ‘ ':.»»• aiftlt* . 'iL .'W3. at Hi 1'. ai r>. . d. dl A v . tradvi *c* .>f Congrwk* V-> ic b lird I 4 . a I iW Kif'VIO.i K\ I It> - '.» r 11 wt ‘‘Ujuti'* »» Ail**li... >an' >n« >«ni 94 v II 'i noQih* 2.0' . •'• . ifiuai&i l .0« • < «11 . 4 01 *iCi . *10 . .’l V4U(it • II) JUr > *>•' . . 93 ’> will alt month* .91.7 : > hr*** luua'h* .91.ii r¥ u.(.lit'h. . . .. *iitlv».l» * . i'CilLll. Bli-tlH.I • ('. 4 l it»Ut > JIiaLi h* to 1 A* b1 i* "iii- I* ibi >maf, Cuu>i»Aa) ► ii*i>Him w Hi HUM Otfc* »•*-* rvilii'-rlai ltdo.4 . j (j) MONDAY, FEBRUAJRY 28, 1910. * - — ■ —__I In Its advocacy of a |pftreel»-r>os. as a factor to operate toward u rc ducuoJi In ih^ cost of living. Colli* r's points out that 2uU t»u he la of p_ta t-’(j) Ij it rut her larg,* yield for an acre of %rouud, and that tnea*, j»o tutoea bung tnc farmer at ji:’t> , five ceiita a puuhei, $ilu, by no mtan^ an exhort.taut profit considering a*. ..ia t.oLb.e *n growing the crop. fNow when the8w ..axue potatoes arrive la N«.w York tuey ietai. at a bushe. , b., peck* and half pecks, scattering j ♦ : 45 between the raiser and lUo , eater The pig per cent of tU.» ..mount go* a into the pockets of thv j transportation compunns. Col.ier’ pa>B that the ong.nal stockholder*) I of the Great Northern Railroad who j invested their money in 1890, bave j made over 1500 per cent profit, aud the Wells-Fargo Express Company a short time ago declared a special dividend of 300 per cent. These two companies are taken «u» fair ex amp-. l«m In the instance of a parceis-pos. farm products of a 1 kinds cou.d iv ' bhipped by the farmer to the c.iy ' con.umer in packages not wt.ighiUfc i beyond ten pounds for a few ceots i thereby cutting down in u measure' th<. extortionate profit of the trana- ) poraUon companies. Practically every civilized countr> In the world has a parcels-poat It i. stat*d that in Senator Platt* day j when he w,lt* president of the Vnit«-a llxpress Company, had all C'.neu*ar report* regarding parcel*,-, pout withdrawn from tho pub it When John Wannamaker van post sna ter general, he was asktd why ' did not have a parcel-post like other civ'Jizvd countries. He Sjld ’ there "were oif g^/rui rt 3.30ns—the 1 \V elite h'ariro Kxprcs>s Company. iht. American Kxpres* Company. Adams Kxpres Company and h. I Dted States Kxpr< ss Com pun) The eecr.e general line of reayc/n Inj.* obtain jn th4, Instancy, of ta-.tf reduct.on or any other sp.de< of} legislation ** .bjcfi touches the pockets, t,f the trust/ or the rh h and pow.r t ] corpora’lor.* They are not ook n»n for -o lt-gpimat,. profit They «x I«et *he I or . t;..re, and th i 1* r« aeon they nr# snch staunch Re ' 7tub>can u b«cau.e this oar*y hat L.en giving ,t to them. Rut wh> the down-tre id»*n ultima*e < onsun -r «m lend his s .or* to this ui*t* ‘ a little difficult to figure out the LEADERS beat. The Telegraph wen* * , rno *. ,)T l»s-K trout/., 'h, o-hr r day to con t; gflR ' tL*• J> a*., r ’• * xcluii v«* st* ty regarding *f.,. .v,*( hn-.rtn* of . orphanage y I'or-ihunU- I* adn • ted *hs>* her# was some tn k reg.jrd Irg an orpbanur but f.,».d . r< ttArded as u JoV that there * ,«s » or e ruffiejeut number #>f oi phnn* In the coalfield to war in 'tf tut ‘on Yesterday morning */ Tilegrapb printed a !#•'♦*.? im u I/,*r the promoter of (he * nt* r• r ► . — a wimllar letter hating r>ee» r< ived by the T.end*•» and 1s h,ei- • toed toder—etatlng lu tb «’ undertaking 1h being launched in good faith, and giving a list of the aubsrrtbers to dote. The Tcjcgraph should not take a j ittle “beat" like this to to heart j and endeavor to deatort he tacts l to excuse itself. II L>r Cook has been In all the places he is reported to have been since hi j return from the Arctic re gone. be has becn going Home. Other Editors I .MILLIONAIRE VS I’ROFKSSOR.. The r«-cru’. attack by Richard T | Crane, th<* mill; munre head of n 'htcago firm, upon the teaching ; mofesslon a-, being Of rjo use to the nod* r:i business world is still the ad to write a book to cay tbnt If Cm o a year profea or !«* content ■ » teach a young man bow to go out I nj earn a llu.OOM salary be la either i bjrprocrite or Is not able to do I .hut hf says be can. In every way Mr t'rar.e .attacks the t»Jacfver as ielng u drone ami charges that the illlon . spent annually on unlversl ies. colleges, technical and ugricul* tchoola and law and medical schools re simp’y "swallowed up in the Most gigantic swindle Of the age.” i Thos,. w'ho know the eccentrlclt s of Mr Crane will not tak* his ntbreak too seriously. H's whole rgunieut is a tirade against the eachinn* orof'e sW*n for absorbing m much ot the nations wealth by chich to train the youth of the •onntry to do the work of the world nd Mr Crane has seen to it that is own children have had the best education available—Omaha Hue LETTtffS TO THE 1EIDE8 | TO BUILD ORPHANAGE Pocnhontoa, Vu. K» b. 2d ' i'or Evening Leader, Minefield, W. Va. h» rt, having been considerable Misunderstanding regarding the Or gans’ Home and Hospital that 1 ■ropuse building at thi, place, I de r<* to give you the facts in this iiat'el*. lfl the first place I propose building the above institution at a *ost of $100,000 for building and *10.000 yearly ror the maintenance f same. The object of this inadtu len 1; to tak,. care of the orphans nd children in destitute clrcumstan c»-s as w>ll as a general hospital ■■h u charity department i propose to take in the Norfolk, ad We tern Rv., from Roanoke to 'he Ohio river, the Virginian Ry., rom Koanok* to Decjpwater, W. Va , aad :hp entire Clinch Valley Colonel .T K. .lones of the Poca hontas Consolidated Collieries Com ‘.•ny i i.s donated the necessary grounds for this institution and l1 have, ho far, :-ecured the following1 jubs< riptlon?: J Waiter Graybal $!^ >. it Hy nan $100, J M Newton $100, M i •iwa-.s and Son $100. Marry Gross !50. A Goodman, Inc $100, H J ; Perlman and AT. Rnsnat $100, K A 'yaton $1., Noah S'urglll $12. K. W ! Woody $12, Prank Leljkovlt* $&.; M;!p Caret. Jr $5. j Marks $;>. (’ T. Faker $5, Dr .1, If Thompjon | I25. John Roberts $25. J. F. Wat*on $2". r If Jones $5, V D. Lane $5, Cartwright $5. I W. Owens I -T°hn Fa raj Sr $5, H. (J. Mul-I ho! nod $5, .1 Walton Thomas $25.! I A Landon $5, L. MaurilJ $5. Na than Marks »in, H. m Cmberger $5. j s ° Wagner L. F. Crawford 15". Jii* W Halley $5, c h Camp-1 sell $ .. J Craf Fink $5, W5 Has-I ’*♦> 15. Ira C Apple $5, J A Parke • e. J J’ Cofer $'•, K V. Carre’-* $5, j u If Law ford $5, S Tf Coodwln fj. F f Ward $5. J Foray Jr. $5,! L i. milon $25, J O Freeman j M »x Davia $25 Dr L K Ward ! *25. r M Jonn'ng* $2 pavh and StONaH $:*5, p ft <*ar>r $5. W f 1 Min ‘ i $25 Ja • U Me.Vfre $2‘,. ' '«■>'! :,.r $! f»anhans- pros. IJ .J ^ » o<> Frontiers $m, \ ,»»or Fro* $1" A Midway $5. * r tltaeno $', \ V hlMoek $5 M Mi up. 1 | f J! C F. Ma'M •' $5 ( «(, Mh.t* $.5, 1 * ’ 1 ip tha *. >”» ••• * * p. Vp »| % • *1 our papr r -*Tlr.h. I ’ ’ hr mtKh ippi-ria * »T tru’ ■ ■ i ■ \ M K: <*, : |T^ JUST JOSHES a m:w rf< r>kr» S. orrher * Jla.e prj ) tJ|l •TteM a n o reoord'* F « I'rhet Vo wn4 l> f - SVh,,r",‘’ •' * •"> rr a>. ■^jr in •'» n nu • *p„ek 'vr> ° "-CT'* r:r: tmf. t vo ! I**'-* Is an the fi„tv wanting more money." Rocket: “Xo wonder; Inn father was a college president ami his mother was a woman." QUEER INDEED. "lie's a queer fellow.” “What makes you think so'.1'' “Somebody gave h;m a liver match box for Christmas uud he ►•HU keeps his matches In it”—dev* laid leader VERY GREAT IIKSPDCT. "That fellow drawl* his ‘as and drops bis 'h's' continually, lie ha. ho greatest respect for every thing English ' "Yeijl replied Mint CayenTie; “everything except the Eng ish lan guage."- Washington Star LIKE MOST OK THEM "Strnuge. murmured the editor, “that, this ancctote of Georg* Wash-i ington has never been l>ut In j>i ini before.' | "Not at all,” explained the occa sional contributor. "I only though: 1 of i» last night iMrtsburg Post. — ; AS A MATER OK COURSE He says h« courts the fules: in vestigation possible. He has noth ing whatever to fear.” “Is that ao?” "Yes, and he's hired three or the eleven* t lawyers In town to prove It.”—Detroit Kr«* Press. S100 REWARD. S100. Thw rMdMl v* Mii« will ‘ pleased to learn that ther* is at l**st or# dreaded disease that science bee t>e*a able te'eur* iu nil its stage*, aud that is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh ! (‘tire I* the auly podtive eure • ow kuawa to th* luedioel freteraity. | Catarrh ee-np a eon stilt ion al require* o «eastitutional treat meat. J Halla Catarrh Cur# is tahea Inter-' na l.r, iurf'ug flireatly upon the blood ^ uud aueotis surface* of the system thereby destroying the foundation #f the disease, »uid giving tne pntleat I strength l>y building up t.hv aotoitltu i ti*ii and nueiuting tinture in doiuar It’, •tork The proprietors Lave so vtr.izii | fai!.h iu its eurativ# powers that they offer Ou# Huadrad Dollar* for sny •**« that it. fail* jo eure ter 1 for list, ef t satis** sale Address: F. .1. fMlIXBr e*« «*, Toledo, O. by all Dru*** *. 7*e. TsPs ««• ^adihr Ms is, o**,j Few arts#* ■ V ___ 11 SAai-l NOTICE Conimisnioner’s office, Bluerteld. ; West Virginia, February 17, lilt, <!•■ The parties in the suit of <*. M. *! Pcott, who fcuea on behalf of him Helf and all other creditors of Mit- ‘ lie 11. Header, deceased, v. f. _* Meador, and othem, will take notice# 1 that on the 4th day of April, 1*4, * M my office in the City of Blueftwj,. Went Virginia, I will proceed to ex Mite the decree rendered in *aid >nun by the Cireuit Court, of Mercer 1 r,oiinty. Went Virginia, on the !*th 1 lay of December, 1J<>9. when nnil 1 where they me* required <e nmaad,1 altb suoh boolri, pepera, vouchers 1 »nd evidence as will enable me tiJ1 omply with raid order of Court. .TANKS 3. K All DR. . ’ Commissioner is Chuneiy. : 2-21-41 Mon. ( NOTICE >0 TAKE DEPOSITION? To Logan, take notice th u 1 shall, on the 2lsf day of Murth.l' lftDr. at the law office of (J. .J. I|o|-} brook, in the City of Minefield, Merc,? County, State of West Virginia, h » tween the hour* of 4 a m nnd S • r>:., of that day, |>roc»*<i to take *T •* position^ of mveeif and other*, to re read a* evideucw in tot behalf in 3 rertnin null in Chancery depending1 t* the Circuit Court for th« Conn tv o» Mercer. State *f Web* Virgl *‘;i * herein, I, aui MiaintitT, and you a Defendant, and from any cause *’.i tiikinjt of aaid deposition* be iyt commenced eH th*t day, 01 if com menced. I** not concluded on th*f ' day. the taking of the aatn* will ’> adjourned and ocntlntmd from d*y to dav or from tin;* to time, ut C ' s»tn'' place and between th* name1 hour*, ur/il fh* same shall b« < o»v plettKl Kspecffully your*, ANNA LOCAL, llv f nutiP evg'-; S fro 4 i TRANSFER of I.IQUCR license h jr" «; g v «n that IJ v • y res'dijif at Pec.ihoN *• ' g n-a has I <4 in mr #»f!ice an ap " c* ea *.01 *f* ah • ;>. o »;m f to* tia»*pi *'| term of th* 1 «>rw,| I a <*• In heretofore g tt> 04 0 C J! Muata and <» W Ca-»e , par'QSr* EartifjR .1 Windi'-i l!V •! 1 o in th* Haran Kauffman hnllu agl * Aiaed oa ht south sio* «f Pr g. c* on Ave-.ue * rg* city *f Pl-i* fi*irl 'A \ s , *#; th* lie»a a y.. ar 1 ending Ilia* .'»uh }<i(a D v» n uad*r in gaad, ;« ■ *« y g day #r l'sgniarv Iffff, B L lOWMAV <?r#ri ( r*%’»*V Eeu.r #r Ms-** Ce,ir,‘ "•*’ .-4 .#iii CLASSIFIED | COLUMN WANTED: —Hoarder* at 200 Rogers str*..*, $1.> |;f r month. Mrs. L. R C.RAHAM 2 2S 10 tf WANTED: A fidrse—-apply Mr*. L. •I. lodland *1 1 Hypland avenue. 2-22-10 WAN I ED:—A *-ir 1 to weave and make switches, experience not necessary. Apply Madam .1. In Canter. Ferrell Mercantile Co 2 2* 10 2t. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN: — Iiu proved farm six milts from Blue fleld two and one naif miles, from station, good house and out buil dings, water at kitchen door, two good orchards in bearing condi tions Your opportunity to buy a farm at a bargain. Price $4,500. G H. SURFACE, Sand Lick, W. V*. 2-10-10 12t. FOR RENT- -Four room flat in renter of hunines.s section, all mod ern conv^nl»‘nces. Ideal place for Drosg-Mfck.ng Es*aolisbt!ient, ('lean in* and pressing Rooms, or any business where gr mmu» floor is not nocebsary. I*1 »r »Ctii! ;it «t ]J»ir kwin. <'ail on or v/ritc> The Poland Printing Coru.iatn, T;: Princeton Avenue, 'Phone jm.. 2-H tf. . NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of ;• cr-rtain deed of tm.-t bearing uyU* the 1 :,tli da\ of Apr I, Ifioi*, exot'uted b) I’atrick Coles to undersigned Trustee, to secure Wm E. Robs and C. T Ross in the payment of Six Hundred f$600.o0) l>oll»'rs a* evidence .* by notes of $5o.oo each, which raid rust deed of records in the e (hi »'k of the County Court, I if .Men or County, West Virginia, in Rook 17. page* TS, ‘ and lciat.lt hating item made in the >aymoot of said notes as agreed in taid deed ‘of trust, and having been equealed. so to do by the said Wm. **n«| C. I" Ross, the undersigned i'riititee \r*ll offer for sale by way of mhiic ancon to the highest bidder ipou the -pi-miises, on the '12«HJDAY OF MARCH, 1010, it p. m.( on the said day, he following described real estate Ting and being in the City of Blue leld. West. Virginia, fo-wit: BEGINNING at a point N. 16 de sires HO’ W. one hundred and for }"-six (14T5.ll and one tenth feet rom a point on the northern line of Vest Bedford Street fwhich point on •aid northern line or West Bedford Street Is 8. 67 degree* W one hun- , I red and ninety-seven (197-feet ir mi he intersection of the north side of W»*st Bedford Street with (lie west lido of Mercer Street, and which x>int is s-tuate at northeast corner ji West Bedford and Peck Streets); hence from said point of beginning S’. 16 degrees HO’ W. fiftv-seven *■-» ann one-h.iif feet to a point; : hence N f.7 degrees k Forty-two i4-j» feet to a point; thence s. it. Jegrees flu- R. fifty-seven and one hslf c.7 1-21 feet to a point; thence 8. <57 degree* W. forty-two (42> feet lo the point of beginning TRRMS IF .4ALK, rnsh in hand paid on day of sale j. S K.AHLK, T rtistee. 1 !• a llt;i day of February. 1910 f one wf"k 2-12-10 ONLY THKN Mf^ >1 iiRgins “I >»Vs yon i tin*, '•and take you into hi* confidence concerning hi. ’.tis1rtef»$ nffa ;-«;?•• Mr- Hoggin- On.y when h( ' n* nmklng aii> nioru \ * - phila •'! > • ia Hecord Bias. E. PFIRY, M. 0. SPECIALIST I ye, Far, Noso ami ,ti*na! BWcfield, Wes' Vir^.niii OCUL1MT N. E W. p*" »A/gy REINFORCED CONCRETE WORK SIDEWALKS. FLOORS, WALLS CEL j LARS. ETC WORK GUARANTEED. W E. McARTOR i - 'll-p.iSi . H i:i.i i:i-ii;lp. \v. v _ In KITkI Jl’NE 20. io«>e I • l.vb tv 7:20 a. w. I or Koauoke l Norfolk and all polma to the Shtn* Adoah divieion. Pullman Sieep^r , Rwai*uke to New York, via Huger*-. , o'ah. Pullman Parlor Car Koanoke , o Norfolk. 8:35 a._ uj for Kcanoka, Rloh Aonl, Norfolk. Pullman Sloeper. Lining Car to Koanoke. Parlor Cat Roanoke to Norfolk. 12:40 y. in. for Koanoke, Lynch )»fu and intermediate etatlons and -he Shenandoah Valley. Philadelphia, and Now York. Sleeper to Pbllade' hla and New York. Cafe car Gary and Shenandoah 9:18 p. m for Roanoke, Lynch burg. Richuiouu, Norfolk. Pullman Sleeper to Notion*, Koanoke tr. Richmond Lo.'.ve Pluefleld 8:20 p. m. for Kei i/a, Columbus and all point* We.v • nd Northv**et. Pullman Sleeper f*»' Jolumbua iL ' Cincinnati. Cafe uri 8.10 a. m. ^oilman 5 eeper for lolumbu*. Cafo Lining Car. Leave 8:80 a. m. and 2.0.: p. n.* lally for Tazewell. Norton f.nd ai ! stations o*» Clinch Valley division. ! Arrive t">m Norton and points on I he C'ldch Valley division at 12:20 p ' o. ai d 7 : Of) p. tn. L«a'« 6:0C a. m. for W* ch ami ; nterrov du»e Btutlouo. Lear*. 10:45 a m for William *on and Intermediate ntattons. Lear* 2:15 p. m. for Wtich and ut«rmedl»te Btationn. For additional lnformatlrn call ot <S*ut /';orfolk and Western Railway , W. B B5JVIL, Gen. Pass, Apcnt, Roanoke, Va. IanV: you* rravintoi liquor lb p* gone If you lake the IVEcKanna CURE | There is none like !; offered *! ABy*a*»ro onttiUe 'ji .‘irKannaa i No Dan* ous Hypodermics Pa!! cr wrl’t l>R. J. J. Me KAN N A 225 Princeton Avenue BOBT. E. MOORE ! - r. . .< t % A|mRNEY-AT-LAW,. 4 9 Bltiefled, Host Virginia. Collections a Special^ I Keltrr: In Flat-Top National Bank 1 ' -r-I BLUEflFLD UNDERTAKING CO i NO. 11 PRINCETON AVE. R. W. HONAKER, Prop. W. S. CROCKETT, F. D Dj rertor. ‘PHONE 128 'MY OR NIGHT. | R.Kemn Morton, 1 1 Atmrnsy Rt-Lawf f j >| Bluefield, W. Va. | Room ?Vn. \s. KM!r\ « Moyer l Building & IMORRISO^RO^l Civil and Mining Engineers B Thornton Building r BLUEPICLD : : WEST Va| Th* Bvrolng L^adar ahnoH ho n •r#ry lmm«. H«pln »h« Jf#w TVar Hy auHwrrlbinr to Nlnafle.4* Only iCroning I WERE AFTER YOU "You arc the individual we require ’ THE ABOVE IS INTENDED TO ATTRACT THE ATTEN TION OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE USING THE SOCK INSTEAD OF THE BANK FOR A DEPOSITORY, AND WHO IN CONSE m QUENCE ARE RECEIVING NO INTEREST. ON THEIR SAV 1 INGS. y WE PAY INTEREST ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT. AND WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO HAVE ALL PRESENT “SOCK BANK” PATRONS CALL ANO TALK OVER THE “REAL THING” BANKING PROPOSITION »<ITH US. - Flat Top National Bank BLUEFIELD, W. VA. Resources Nearly On Million Dollar* Officer* -I.. K. I ierney, President; Fdw. T. Tyree. Casa*-;-; \V H- T lumas. v\~e President; W It. llieks, Asst. Cashier Of RECTORS J. D. Hot.aker T. K. Peer* C. H. Hancock. TV. II. Thomas, C. O Wright. P. J. Kelly, K. L. Bailey VY. I). Thornhill, K-S. Pedigo. J-. K- 1 ierney. It. M.. Ciarrett. B. A. Heller. Dr- J. I»• “Kirk >r i fll. Clark W. |. J^nks. Strongest Organized bank in this Section- Tliel Progress. *ve National Bank of Hlueticld. I We are Local Dealers for the Renowned ' * REMTICO | TYPFAVF JTER SUPPLIES B • mifat IutiI b* lh< I Remington Typewriter Company Z .Incorporated) Remtico Paragon Ribbons in nil coloi and for all makes of typewriters. T * : Remtico Paragon, Red Seal and Billing Carbons--of j different weights suited I for aLi classes of work _ • All Remtico Typewriter 1 Supplies are known as J | ins Highest Grade B Goods Manufactured. Curtis-Pearson Company STATIONERS Phone|308 Blueficld’ W. Va. A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN 1 ■ * . • Y T > * Finds a checkins acctomt indispensable. If he finds it valuable to him and his business, it certainly is valuable to every on.%. Our facilities for 'liandlinscheckihs *ceounts are the efRcfent result of years of study and expedience TVe invite the small aceoiisf. . * 4 Per interest paid °n Sav "‘gs Accounts and C«?r. Cent tificates of Deposit. | Fidelity Banking Trust Co. Bluefield, West Va. FOLAND PRINTING CO. Particular Printers 231 Princeton Avenue .♦ ~ >: ■■ tv> *1 .4 .a 44' « ••• ' ft LOTS FOR SALE 1 - John JVI. Wirgman, | Apr^y mm. McCarthy, Philadelphia BLUEFIELD. W VA. ,<r '//./y.// / '/ r //y/y A/ / - , . %- __ .. ’ T r ' * ♦ • ♦ * > '#• • -*Mr*l JST TOUR ^ItOPKHTY WITH V « ; C. O’LEARY & SON * ^eal h*tate ntid Rental Agent*, ; Bluefleld, W. Va. | Gen. Agents for Eureka and Hale Land Co.