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Bluefield evening leader. [volume] (Bluefield, W. Va.) 1906-1911, August 12, 1910, Image 6

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Begins Saturday, August dM, Ends 27th
All Summer Merchandiser,now at Lowest Mark-Down Prices
Many Staples Included bub!
PRIZES will be Giveii as Follows
First Prize: One $25.00 Evening Dress, v
Second “ 10.00 Linen Dress.
Third “ “ 4.00 Pair of Shoes.
$1.25 Linine blue, white and
black at 85c.
1.50 Linine white at $1.10
2.00 Linen natural at 1.25
Ladies’ atid Misses’
Rep and Linen Suits
New—but low in price.
Were $6.00 at $3.75
" 6.50 at 3.95
“ 8.00 at 5.25
“ 8.75 at 5.40
“ 9.00 at 5.65
•• 10.00 at 5.95
“ 12.00 at 7.00
" 22.50 at 14.25
Ladies’ and Misses’
Linen and Rep Dresses
Never sold as low before; this
season’s make.
Were $5.00 at $3.45
“ 6.00 at 3.75
7.50 at 4.f>0
2.25 “
* 3.50
4.50 Rep white at
5.00 “
8.00 at 5.25
0.00 at 5.65
16.50 at 9.00
20. at 11.00
Lingerie Dresses
New and pretty, and at a trifle
over half-price.
Were $5.00 now $3.25
, “ V 7.00 •• 4.25
“ 14.00 “ 8.25
“ in.(K) “ 8.00
“ 10.00 “ 0.05
# * * •• • 21.50 “ 12.50
Silk Dresses
Some $20 blacks reduced to
Some $16.50 colors reduced to
1 Rajah $24, reduced to 16.50
1 $40 Dress reduced to 22.00
1 Bridges $22.50 “ 11.50
Several others, including
practically all the stock, re
duced in like proportion.
Several pieces one-fourth to
one-third off.
Special—3 pieces Checks at
Excellent values in Blacks.
Dress Linens
Was 20 and 22c, plain, colors
and stripes, at 15c.
25c, red, blue, natural, at
“ 30c, pink, etc., at 22c.
58c, blue, pink, etc., 39c.
Every One a 'Bargain.
All Lace and Muslin—
Were $1.00 at 79c.
“ 1.25 at $1.00
“ 1.50 at 1.15
One Lot $8.00 Kmc Lace at 0.00
A few were $ 7.50 at - 5.80
A few were 10.00 at - 8.00
Several small lots extra low.
All 20c per pair at 15c
“ 25c ; “ iQc
“ 35c “ 27c
“ "50ewf-'" 40c
“ 75c>ojs “ 58c
“ $1.00-io «• 82c
-rr-fr")i| i-h
One lot Trimmed Hats were
$4 to $12, choice
All Sailors at less than half
Sweet Maiden Toilet Soap, 4c
Lana Oil “ “ 8c
Pears * - • “ “ 10c
25c Hair Brushes, special, 10c
One lot 25, 50 and 75c
Back an4 Side Combs,
* choice t- ■( . 15c
Ladies’25c'Vests,. 18c
“ 40 c 25c
“ 2 50c ; “ 35c
— _
All Misses’: 'and Children’s
Oxfords and Slippers reduced
at least onetfourth off. Also
most of the Ladies.
1 lot|Tadies’ 50c Collars,
assorted* makes, 15c, or 2 for
25c. * l ?
All-Lirien Waists, nicely
made, $1.; also Jingerie waists
Spcciaf Boys’ and Girls’
Hose 10c*
Best bleached Domestic, 8c.
Shop in Morning 'when
possible, avoiding rush
Princeton Ave., one door East Bland St., Bluefield, W.Va.
Dealers In
Whiskeys, Wines, Brandies, Ales, Beers, Porters
and all Kinds of Liquors. Out of town orders
shipped Promptly.
First Class Billiard and Pool Room Connected.
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
Opencrl June Imt. EJorntion
t ra * ion, fir a pop sin. rhnnnutp ntTh * A hi tro t/ hY< in, "h'ir, 7 M * f)roN\
hlnrlfjcr hisnr.h r hrnnh- irn^xlurh}^ ' 'W*
t/n; complexion. Unto for boot,/, t 1 »
M. C. THOMAS, Crockett Spiing.1. Va
Try a Want Ad in the Lvening Leader
The management of the Foost Park
dancing pavlllion has made arrange
i ments for a special dance to he held
this evening and special music
I has been procured. Tickets fiOc and
can be had at the Flat Top Hook and
Stationery company and Fast Fnd
We offer One Hundred Dollar* Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
F. J. CHRNRY ft CO.. Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him pesfrctiy honorable
'In all business transactions and fi
nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by bis Arm.
Waldlng. Kinnan ft Marvin, .
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, d.
Hall’s Caetarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood aned mucous surfaces of tbs
system. Testimonials sent free, j
Price 75 cents per bottle. 8oId br
all Druggists.
Take Hall’s Family Pills fo const! '
You CAN’T loose In the Diamond'
Club of Randolph and Mittendorf. Ask
, about It.
• 7 910tf.
ThOS. E. PEERY, M. 0.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Th'oat
Blueficld, West Virginia
OCULIHT N. # W. p**»w*v
Oivl and Mining Engineers
Thornton Building
Dr. W. F. Burner,
Phone 421)
*i* W VA.
P. 0. Boi
New York, Auk. 12.—Kilpatrick.
Yale’s great football end and captain
of tho Kll track team, wll' sport tho
colors of the New York Atheietic
(. lub In the national all round cham
plonshlpx at Chicago tomorrow, Mar
tin Sheridan will not uphold the honor
of the Irlsh-Amerlcan Atheietic dun
at the Windy City meet, and there
iae rumors that he has been taking
Itfe to*; easy and is out of condition.
mKilpatrick Is In fine form and has
©1 thO requirements of a first-class
tftharonnd candidate. He is strong in
Ule Jumps and l/.s excellent Flunnin :
Vilify in a field of heavy-weights, lie
weighs 105 pounds, which should make
i him strong in tho weights.
many automobiles
Philadelphia, An*. 12— Automobile
rfchnn far Mirer* nil over the country
}*ud funny private owner* have oars
In the commercial motor ve
MHsle run to Atlantic City and return,
tfhlch started from Philadelphia to
fyj, Never before have ao many varl
f*l makes of delivery cara, trucks and
filler commercial vehicles l>cou
ll fought together at one time.
Mrs. Francke Fox returned this af
ternoon from a visit to Roanoke.
Geo. Rowe passed through the city
this afternoon on his way to Philadel
R. C. Carico left this afternoon for
Pocahontas where he will take in the
ball game.
P. A. Dunn left this evening for
Peterstown to attend the annual C!s
nic at Fleshmans' Grove.
Mrs. Walton, Mrs. Archer Sterne,
Miss Blanch Witten and Miss Lillian
Shrewsbeery left this afternoon for
Pocahontas where They will go through
the mines and return on No. 16.
The Eagles baseball team loft this
afternoon for Pocahontas whero they
will play the “Rexalls” this afternoon.
The same teams will play here tomor
row afternoon. Garno called at i
The Lineback family will give a
musical entertainment at the Elks
Opera House all next wee's. rrntire
change of program everyday. The
Lineback family is the best of its kind
that lias ever hit the city. Come and
bring your friends, plenty of room for
all and always nice and cool.
Northfork, Aug. 12.—(Special) —
While hoisting an iron girder to the
top of one of the new buildings under
construction. Thomas 13. Heed, had a
leg fractured when the ropo broke,
lie was taken to the Miners' hospital
at Welch. lie is a married man and
lives here.
Misses Anna, Louise and Mary Flan
nagan, of Salem, are visiting friends
in tho coalfields.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Parker are
spending their vacation at Virginia
Dr. E. M. Spangler was called to
Bluefleld on account of tho illness of
his sister Miss Mary L. Spangler.
Misses Kitty and Jeanette Junkln
of oanokc, Va., are tho guests of Mr.
Frank Junkin of Kyle.
C. W. Elliott was a business visi
tor at Williamson Monday.
'Mrs. McKinzie of Huntington has
been very ill at the homo of her daugh
ter Mrs. J. J. Hud lesion of Algoma.
Mr. A. H. Carr has resigned his po
sition with the First National Bank
o fthis place and left Wednesday for
Lynchburg. His many friends regret
to see him leave.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Parrish left Tues
day for Philadelphia.
A dance was given in honor of .Mis
ses Kitty nnd Jeanotto Junkin Wed
nesday night at the Masonic Hall. A
very pleasant evening was enjoyed by
all who attended.
L. G. Toney has returned from a
business visit to Roanoke.
I, the undersigned John M. Wirt
man. Trustee In a deed of trust, bean
Ing date the 12th day of June, 190e.
su'd recorded in the office of the Clerk
ol the County Court of Mercer County,
W. Va.. In Trust Deed Book No. 13,
page 449, whereby Rev. Stephen Chen
nltzky conveyed to me. as trustee. •
lot or parcel of land hereinafter des
cribed. In trust, to secure unto the
Bluelield Water Works ft Improvement
company. Its successors and assigns,
the payment of the sum of three hun
dred and sixty ($360.00) Dollaes, due
from the said Rev. Stephen CheAiitzky
to the said Btuefleld Water Wdrks ft
Improvement company as part of the
purchase money for the lot or parcel
nf land above referred to, which said
Bum is evidenced by two interest bear
ing, promissory notes, bearing even
dote with said deed of trust, for the
sum of $180.00 each, made by said
Rev. Stephen Chernitzky, payable to
the order of said Bluefleld Water
Works & Improvement company at
the First National Bank of Bluefleld,
W. Va., In one and two years, respec
tively, from date; and default having
been made in the payment of said
notes, and having been requested so to
dc by the sala Bluefleld Water Works
& Improvement company, I, the un
dersigned John M. Wirgman, will on
the 20th day of August, 1910, at 10
o'clock A. M . at the front door of the
Kelley & Moyers Building, In the City
of Bluefleld in Mercer County, W. Va.,
proceed to sell, either In person or by
attorney, at public auction, to the high*
oBt bidder, the said lot or parcel of
land, which is situate in the town of
Bluefleld. Mercer County, W. Va.. and
designated and described as follows,
to wit:
BEGINNING at the intersection of
the South line of Highland Avenue
with the East line of Poplar Street;
thence with the South line of High*
land Avenue, North, Sixty-two (62) de
grees, Forty-three (43) minutes East.
Fifty (50) feet to a stake, and of this
width running back In a Southerly
direction, between parallel lines at
right angles to Highland Avenue one
hundred and fifty (150) feet to the
north line of a twenty (20) feet
wide alley, being the same lot or
parcel of hand which was conveyed by
the said Bluefleld Water Works & Im
provement company to the said Rev.
Stephen Cherinzky by deed bearing
even date with said trust deed.
TERMS OF SALE: (As elected and
determined by said Bluefleld Water
Works & Improvement company) Cash
on day of sale.
7-26-10 4wks.
To the Creditors of Mattie B. Meador,
In pursuance of a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of the County of Mercer,
and State of West Virginia, made in a
cause therein pending, to subject the
real estate of the said Mattie B. Mead
or to the payment or her debts, you
are hereby required to present your
claim against the estate of the said
Mattie B. Meador, for adjudication to
James S. Kahle, Commisisoner of said
Court, at his office in the City of
Bluefleld, in the County of Mercer,
and State aforesaid, on or before the
30th day of July, 1910.
Witnpss, W. B. Honaker, Clerk of
said Court, this 14th day of June, 1910.
We beg to announce that we have
opened a department for Copper
Plate and Steel Die Engraving and
will be prepared to furnish
In the most approved form at prices
that are guaranteed to be the lowest
for the Finest Work.
Randolph and Mittendorf
Leading Jewelers

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