Bluefield Daily Telegraph from Bluefield, West Virginia on July 3, 1912 · Page 3
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Bluefield, West Virginia
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Wednesday, July 3, 1912
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1l ( If BLUEFIELO DAILY tEL|GRAPH» -Wednesday 'Morning, July 3. PAUE THRfcE '• nil RESULTS IN BD1BIE LEU B TfTM-mi^" ^»»»»^mj ,^. ^-^f^f^m pm| ' dressers who want the snappy "«•' S effect that goes with a really 5 •gV smart shirt. - f - , ••• S The "Link-On" holds * your • — ' shirt smooth—gives It a dressy S HJ effect you simply can't get • S*without It. Fastens the shirt «• m' to the undergarment and keeps •• E both comfortably in place. •* B*. "Link-On" is an exclusive •• £/feature of the famous shirts that gj combine »tyle, comfort and wear— •• Ask your haberdasher—If he cannot •• supply you writ* to us, JJ : United Shirt & CoUarCo., Mttk«r«,Tro» JJ One Cent Only IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING to sell that people want; If you desire to exchange .anything; 'or want to se- feure a position, or get coiripeterit help this classified column, is the place to make known your wants. The fact that you readmit shows that others •will read it. National League. At Plttsburg: - : :^ R H B Pltts'burg....... .. .... .... 232 Chicago .... .... .... .. 9 16 6 Batteries: Robinson, Cole, Warner and Simon; Cheney and Archer. : At New York: R. H. E3. New York .. ..:..,.. .. .. 7 0 0 Boston .......... .... 310 .4 Batteries: Crahdall nnd Meyers; Dickson and Raridan.: At Philadelphia: • : R H B i'hiladel'phia"".•.-.. ....:.. .. - 7 11 2 Brooklyn 1. ;.:../,-.. ..... .6 9 2 ! .Batteries.- Alexander, Brennan and Dooln; Barger.'and .Miller and Erwin. . St. Louls-Cincinuati. Not scheduled. ••:'. How tlie. Clubs Stand. Clu/bs: Woii Lost Pet New York .. . . 52 11 .825 Plttsburg .: . . ."'•'. . 37 27 -.572 Chicago . .". . .:' . 36 27. . .751. 'Cincinnati . . i . . 36 32 .529 Philadelphia ..:-.: 26 34 -.433 Brooklyn'-. . . . . 25 38 ..392 St. Louis -•.-••'.. . . . 27 43 .886 Bnstbh . . ., . . . 20 47 .209 American League/ .At Washington: 'R H E Washington .. .. .. . .-ri .5 6.0 Philadelphia... ...v. ; ..s. 3 8 1 Batteries: Hughes, Pelty and, Henry; H,ouck and Lapp.- At Detroit: -< - -R H B Detroit 8 12 1 Cleveland .. 7 11 4 Batteries: Lite, Duibuc and Stanage; Krapp, Blandlng afid O'Neil. At St. Louis: R H E St. Louis'... ........ PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Rev. arid Mrs. J. s'. Montgomery,:of Bramwell, were in the cty yesterday. Alonzo and Malcohtri McCiie . will leave this morning for Wolf Creek, where they will spend several days on a fishing trip. HELP WANTED. WANTED—First .Class barber at once. Call In person. Page Coal & Coke. 7-2-3t. RANTED—A white man to do cleaning and pressing clothes. Must be a sober man who can do first class work. I have a good job for such a man. Apply to ,box E. ; ; Keystone W. Va., • ; 7-2-3t. WANTED—200 coal miners -and 100 coke pullers- ; at,.-our several large operations. No. strike.. Good .wages. For further particulars write Stonega Coal and Coke Company, Big Stone Gap. Va. . 6-17-26t FOR RENT. FOR RENT-^One three EASLEY & WEST. room flat. 7.2.St FOR . RENT—Large- front room, furnished. Apply E. 0. Drexel, 91 rr o o* Bluefleld' avenue. 7-2-3t. RENT—Large, front loom, furnished. Apply B. O. Drexel, 91 Bluefleld avenue. 7 2 3t. 'RENT—Two furnished rooms, 330 Rogers street, phone 220-J. • ' 6-30-3t. I*, FOR RENT—(One JSASLBY & WEST. four room 'flat. 72 3t 272 Chicago .. .... .. .. .. .. 160 Batteries: Hamilton and Krlchell; Benz and Kuhn. Second game: R.H.E. St. Louis ...... .: ...... 4 7 Chicago ....... .. .... 5 12 Batteries: E. Brown, Powell and/ Stephens; Walsh, White and Block. At Boston: R H E Boston .. .......... .. 7 11 3. New York.. .... .-,,...'.. 913 3 Batteries: Beiknt, Pape and Car- rlgan; Ford and Sweeney. How the Clubs Stand. Chubs;-''. Won Lost Boston .'V ... -.-'. 47 22 Philadelphia . .' . 39 26 Chicago ...... 39 29 Washington .... 39 31 Cleveland . ... 33 34 Detroit . . . . . . 34 36 New York .... 19 44 St. Louis 19 47 Pet. .681 .600 .573 .557 .493 .486, .301 .288. Virginia League. At Roanokc: R. H. E. Richmond 1 4 2 Roanoke' 282 _ At Portsmouth: R. H. E. Newport News .. .*.' ...... 0 35 PortGmoiith •'. 4 • 64 At Petersburg: R.H.E. Norfolk ..' .... .. '.. .. 09 1 Petersburg .:..... .... .. 6 12 1 Standing of The Clubs. Clubs: Petersburg Roanoke . Portsmouth Richmond . Norfolk . . W. 39 39 35 33 ^ OfHce rooms for rent in Kaufman building. Apply L. .man. J C 16-tf. °I,;FOR RENT-J-One. >EASLMY & WEST. five room " flat. 7 2-3t FOR SALE. FOR SALE—'Bargain. Good soda fountain with equipments. Spector- . Drug Co., Keystone, W. Newport News 28 L. 24 26 25 2!) 31 33 Pet: .619 .600 .583 .532 .516 .457 Uasctinll on the Fourth. Onlslde vt two baseball games there has b en nothing, else planned for the Fourth of-July, bu't there will be enough enjoyment for .those who attend these game;s, which will be between Roanbke!"and Bluefleld,"on the local grounds—one at 10 o'clock In the morning and the other at 4 o'clock In the afternoon. The Roanoke team is composed of fast players and will bevthe a'roiigest team outside of the >FOR SALE-Farm of sixty-four n ,.. . , pfrice * 3 ' balance usual terms. For the plck full information in regard to this farnk !„.,„,,„ <wrli!e GEORGE T. SWAIN, Keyston* lea = ut " W'. Va. 3 fcsslonal players and the rest will be of tho Satur(lay afternoon . FOR \ SALE*-Wagon, and team. 'Horses^ five ye)irs old; weigh 1,300 pounds. _.GoodAvorkers.- Will sell at bargain to quick purchaser. Address " f B," care Telegraph. • 3 3t ' FOR SALE—Two saddle horses, a black and a bay. Work well In alngle harness. Address Dr. Hare, 319 Tazewell street. 7-2-tf. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED—-A-l storage facilities for delivery wagon. - Address B., care Telegraph. ' "* 6-30-tf. NO. ONE MEAT CUTTER desires position, Coal company preferred. Good, references. ' lAd'dress MEAT CUTTER, In care'of Telegraph. 3 Si WIANTED—Position by experienced store man,' Four years' experience Jn general commissary work, First class references. At present employed. ,Address J.' W. RICHARDS, Eckman, W. Va. ,- ' 6 27 81 LOST^-Monday" night on or near .Bluefleld avenue, man's black pocketbook containing several $20 bills and check on General Electric Co., payable to R, B. Kirkpatrlck. Liberal reward If returned to A. *E. Kelly, Mats Hotel.' . , -6-3-2t E3HCAE. COLLEGE Dally Telegraph wants ad pay. , SECRET SOCIETIES. Stated communications of Blueflelfl Lodge, No. 85, A. F, & A. M., Second and Fourth Tuesdays of each month, at Masonic Hall, Third Floor, Lazarus Princeton Arenue. NORfOLK & WESTERN I tfBMONE— BEfOWTRY -— PRAKMACV urnmn iv mi Mil clnnal Qimalc ulutmoui. Living CKHIUM ^^dc •** , ^, »»'« fl» rflfH M, TtHufl K I | CM**fatr Tanptma, M D.Au. Mctun^Vi BLUEFIELD NORMAL & * .;^, BUSINESS.COU.EGE, t)$j and Nlgbt Sessions All the -Year ESTABLISHED 1900. CTUfNUfGHAH, Prinolpal '— "- •- 'w..ya. •' • ^3L'U-,,' ^i*"i ' _«• j^< >w,i", , : * \*> Ho : MONEY'T0 f LEND ,: Va., Real .>Estate. j : >f -' V; ' ' Schedule in Effect May 20,1D12. Leave 7t20 a. m, for Roanoke, Nor. folk nnd all points on the Shenaudoab division. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to New York via Hagerstown. Pull. man parlor car Roanoke to Rlcl- tnond. 9:16 n. m. for Roauoke, Richmond. Norfolk. Pullman Sleeper to Norfolk. Dining oar to Roanoke. Parloi car Raonoke and Richmond. Leave 0:10"a. m. for Jaeger and intermediate stations. 2:30 p. in. for-Roanoke and Lynch' burg and intermediate stations and the Bheuandoah Valley. Pullman slecppr to.Philadelphia. Cafe car Gary uid Sbennndoah. 9:23 p. m. for Roanoke, Lynchburg, Rlcbmoiid, Norfolk. Pullman, sleeper to Norfolk, .Roanoke to Richmond, Cafe car to Roanoke/ •.- Leave'Bluefleld 8:20 p. m, for Ke- nnva, Columbus and all, points Went and Northwest, Pullman sleepers for Columbus and Cincinnati. Cafe oar» sleeper Bluefleld and Charleston. ' 8:10 a. m. Pullman Sleeper for Columbus, Cafe Dining Car, Miss Ida Aldersofli'of Lebanon, in the city yesterday for a" short s'tay, en route to Lynchburg, on a visit to relatives and friends. | Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Straley, accompanied by their son, were In the city yesterday and drove to their home at Princeton I asii ntg4rt. »• Miss Theda Buck and Miss Mary Claggett, of Bramwell, epent yesterday in the city as the guests of Mrs. Edwin Mann, of Duhrlng street. Ed. Dbdd, of the Galax Furniture Mompany at Galax, was In the olty Ian!, night for a short time as the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. Shlrey. He was en route to Chicago, on business. S. M. Smith arrived In the city yesterday from Washington and will spend, several days here on matters connected' with cases pending against him. In the present term of court at Princeton. Frank Looney, .of Williamson,. Is In the city on a visit to his parents on,' Blue-field avenue. Fran'ic will be seen | once again on the local baseball grounds with the. Bluefleld >club dur-| n.g the games with Roanoke on the fourth. .• • •. ;,., 'Mrs. X K Hatcher, wtio has been ipeii'SIng several dayp visiting rela- .IVCB In iPennsboro, returned ho'me 'iist night. . She was accompanied by VJlias Lena Hoflln, Miss Columbia Irc- aud, and -Miss Geuevieve. Coll ins, who will .be her guests for some time. , Miss Bertha Dennis, of Pocahontas, who has'been in the'city for a few days as the guest of Mrs. 0. A. Ratcliff, will Ieav4" this morning for her home in Johnston City. She will be accompa,n>1ed. by Mrs. Ratcliff, who J will upend s:veral days at Johnston City visiting .relatives. and friends. SHIREY-SHUFFLiBARGER iVeddiug of TJnusunl Interest Solemnized nt Presbyterian Church. There have been few local weddings . In the past two or three years that have attracted the wide-attention and j nterest that the marriage of Miss Lena Shuffllebarger to Lacy Stuart Shlrey, I solemnized yesterday at the Presbyterian church, did. .The groom has been an extremely popular "best man" , and the many brides and grooms for whom he:pertprmed that kind service did not forget him and his attractive 'iride yesterday morning, .when at the early hour of 8:30 o'clock they went to the Presbyterian church where they were married by their friend, Rev. S. W. Moore. Previous to the visit to the church the many friends who visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. TV H; Lynch, on Bowyei- street, where the bride.lived with her mother, Mrs. Susan Shuffllebarger, and'sister, Mrs., T. H. Lynch, were greatly surprised at the numerous ani costly presents which had been showered upon the pbp'ular couple, In whose lova affafflr many of the younger set have evinced a great deal of Interest from time to time, 'especially when the wedding bells were ringing for sonic one else. Promptly at 8:30 o'clock the auditorium of the Presbyterian church for the first time was flooded with the strains of Medlessohn's. wedding march, played by Miss Ruth Lynch, a nelce of the bride, and as the full notes were wafted through the church the wedding party was formed near the door. As the {largo number of people who were present to attend "the Wedding were eagerly watching for the appearance of the bride, she cnmn down the centre aisle. of the church, nc- •companled by Miss Currle Wilson, of Richmond, Va., who acted ,as bridesmaid. They were immediately preceded by Norman Crawford,and Bane Si.WHtonj who acted as ushers. Over on the left aisle, walking Just In the van of tho bride and Miss Wilson was Rev. Mr. Moore and while the spectators were eagerly straining their eyes to catch a. glimpse of the bride, tho groom, accompanied by 'William B." Hicks, left tho choir room near the altar, and proceeding there, awaited the arrival of the bride and he.'r bridesmaid, The bride, who was dre'ssed In a blue traveling suit, carried white roses, while Miss Wilson, her bridesmaid, wore a- while cream cloth suit and carried pin'k roses. p , Immediately after -the " formfilltles were completed the bridal couple stood before Rev. Mr. Moore, who re- peated'the solemnly Impressive Presbyterian marriage service, which Is of Itself so entertaining that one who hears It for the first, time is wonderfully inspired, not only with the b'eauty of the thought expressed, but also Us peculiar fitness for'such a solemn, occasion. After the ring service had been completed and the happy young couple pronounced man and wife they went to the pastor's study where they Leave 8:45 a. m. dally'for Tazewell, and 2:05 p. Norton and m. all nations on Clinch Valley Division. Arrive from Ndrton »ml point* op tile Clinch Valley division, at 12:05 nopn and 7:46 p, in. Ixjave 1:65 p. m. for Welch *nd In terroediate stations, , ,-Leave 11:50 a. ( m. 'for. WilHamscr. An Editorial ''•'"'* • i .' • ;.'-.' from the Detroit Times , 1912 held a short reception. After congratulations had been showered upon them they went ^o the railroad station where they bodrtted train No, 4 for a .short wedding trip, which will Include Luray Caverns, Natural Bfidgo and the h'ome town pf the groom, Wayneaboro, in Augusta county, Va, • The young people, on their return to the city, will make their home here, where they have lived for years. / The loving .hands of friends had made the church an —exceedingly pretty place In which the first marriage ever solemnized in the au'di-' torium should take place and the mountain lajureL and potted 'plants :nat were In evidence were silent i tokens,of- tho regard of, the. many friends of the brido, who took especial 71 interest "in making-the surroundings at th'e -wedding a? pleasing as,could be,;an<3,,had touched them'with the mag}e~flan<f of nature to - which the . ,. - ,«hurch'responded ias though pleased -for Gary and local tovbe, th,e scene of such happy} eero- .Ji..:,'' ll» l m ?W »nd the Bearer of -ao .many .For Additional Information call on tokens of Jovo, •gent Norfolk, and Western Railway. ' •"> * __L , _W, JB. BEVrUL,; r ( General Passenger Agent W- 0. i,'? J I '-'I. WfYl 1 A-Mn '' •. C™- °- SAVNDBRS, it-V&Li J> MUbLANU,,,- ,• ;,, A«»t. QaaTPasar, Agt- ftH$&v '" ' -".^ V'*-'^ r< 5 , rA ,-•.,-'",'' fefe%ft/.C:^jV' t .Y^,,;>^y ; w^'4-^- „',<?<*'„,,, «' , ./ m^tk^JtiiA'W^,* -X&, -,-. - '• >' ~ i i ' To flavor ftnoy, food deUcJounly use SAOTJR'S PURE FLAVORING EXTRACTS. Vanilla,* LiSrada, «rto, Thirteen highest awards and roedali. " - '-'«'.- ^' - ',• If The Price of Coffee Would Double Again All The Better! Tho price of coffee has doubted In three or four years. And this, dent>lt,a production has doubled In that time. The reason for^thejireBein high price of coffee was Bought and H has been fduiid that th'e marlcet supply has been artificially-.restricted. i The Braztllun government Id in tho operation and participation in the profits' to the extent of an bxport duty of three cents a pound. ] Arid American ban'ltcra' ai'e financing the scheme. tiiabojlcal plot?' ' Outrageous conspiracy? Perhaps! ' • . But we did.not take'buf pen In hand to condemn anybody concerned except COFFEE DRINKERS—to condemn them nnd, also, to congratulate (hem, both-upori' ttfe ''present Increased price and the probability that It will go higher. It Isn't exactly-Inspiring to BCG American capital finding Its way to a foreign country to be used thorp ' to the end of exploiting American family 'pocketbookB. • .' However, thlB-is Dot the Btuldbst fnct involved, to our Wny of thinking. It is most regrettable that the consumption of coffee in this country ' has Increased to a.,point tOvwnrrantsnuinlpuUvtlon of the supply. We don't like to look upon co'ffc'o as bccoinlnjr a NECESSITY to the American people,iandylew alarm the activities of capital sugerst- Ign that It IS becoming a' 1 ncicesslty. . Coffee Isn't goocl for you.:. .-•••-. Too much of;It Is positively*harmful. . If .the present;:prlce, doubled In Tour years, would double again, It would be the best filing that eyer happened to the excessive coffee drinker. He wouldn't drink as much of It. Better-yet, maybe >he wp.uldn't.drink: It at all. Just possibly' you have us put down as being a bit nervy In this— coming In and sitting down beside you before .the coffee pot and telling you to keep hands, off. '..'.'•' Nevertheless,.w.e .mean;well. .Wta uro talking'for your'good. . - You like coffee', probably, and perhaps you think It is none of our business If you drlu'k It or if you drink all you want of It. , Babies want those ,, pink plllo that look like candy and cry If wo don't let them have ;the'ni;ii.:-, • Tho same pink ; pllls, left around toy careless mothers, have killed many babies. .',".>- . • . . And many grown people know as little as babies about the care of their bodies. •-.: There are Intemperate cpffee drinkers the same as there are Intemperate drinkers of alcoholic beverages. One cup of coffee 'Isn't/'going to prove fatal, nor two cups of coffee. Two cups may. upset yptir,' entire: system, make you uneasy, restless and peevish and unfit you for beat results for a day, but It will wear pit after awhile the same'as a :whlsky drunk' wears off. But bring to lis ,a pcrsoniwho "drinlcB two an* three cupti of coffee regularly for breakfast, or i person who drinks coffee three times a day, nnd wo v/lll rihow you a persbn ,with a bad-aching heart, a sluggish liver, a disordered'stomach'and,'>a shattered nervous system. If you don't believe us, ask your doctor. He will, tell you that coffee contains caffeine, which he gives In the smallest kind of dosba for'a heart stimulant. Ho" will tell you further |hat too much caffeine or too much coffee will give you a palpitating hearty. , Then if you are satisfied" to 'fun the risk -of having that kind of a heart, .keep right on;drinking all the coffee you want,and excuse us for Interfering. " ' - r . ' (Detroit T>mes, June 12, 1912.) many former cpffee drinkers are using Instant Postum This new food drink , ' ^ " > ** > ' Contains No Caffeine- Costs Less than Coffee- Requires* 'l\lo Boiling—and Tastes Better Than'Most Coffee Stir a spoonful of Instnnt I'ostum in a cup of hot water, add cream "md sugar to taste, and you at once,have a delicious drink that's wholesome, pare, and goort for old and young. " it- INSTANT POSTUM (PAT" A*w- wO Tli't li iht rtrulir Pailum In « « l« tht rtrulir Pollum I" * coMWl"'" lorm nolhlnc addid. 8» dmclHni (or pnpaMnc on olhtr lld>. • CEREAL ' ^HANUr*OTWffCO W »j_J p ostum Cereal Co., Llmltw A 100-cup tin of Instant Dostum (no boiling)'costs 50 cts. at grocers, 1-2 ct. per cup. Smaller'tins-at 30 cts. Standard Postum, large pks. (tha kind which must be boiled 15 rain.) 25 ct*. ' * ' Both produce 'the same result; one by boiling and the other instantly. j , '• r<n , ^ f Coffee averages about double that cost. *,'••, Housewives.appreciate Instant Postuin because It saves time, work and fuss in the preparation of a meal; and for its Intrinsic merit. Asl* y.our grocer ( about It. If he doesn't carry ' ,* a, 8UBply.r&end£ue,-;rpiir a,ddress with a 2-cent stamp/und ? yq"ur grocer's name and we will : i " send yoU^.freeJsamplo'df this newest food drink. '- ^ ' • ' v' 1 1" 1 '' V',. / "There's a Reason" POSTUM .,' KATTLW ORE1SK, MICHIGAN. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS W. W. Oreer and Dr. D. P., of ishland, are in the city. Roscoe Dudley, of Goo..1will, was In ho city yesterday on business. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest vnite, of Bland s>'.reol, a daughter. Mrs. E. H. Artera'left yesterday for visit to her slater at Kaiser, Va. W. .(A. Hull, of Rlchlands,' wns a business vlsi-ior In the cl'.y yeslerdny. Miss Rhea Goodman, of Pocahontas, vas in the city yesterday, en route »st. Miss Sarah Shields, of Dramwell, I n the city visiting her father, H. W Shields. Mrs. J. C. Pack and Mrs. L'T. Mann of Bramwell, were BlUellcld visitors yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lacy loft yon- terday for a visit to relatives lit Jhrlstlansburg, Mrs. H. L. Anderson, of Welch, wan among the coalfield visitors in tho y yesterday. C. C. Stallard, formerly of Bluefloltl but now of Erwin, Tenn., Is in tun city visiting friends. 0. C. Phclps left yesterday for Narrows, .where he will spend several days on a fishing trip. ""* Mrs. J. P. Morton left yesterday for a weeks visit, to ht>r nlcoe, Jtlha. Mary Eutpn, of Rlclimond. Francis Goodwill, of DraniwtH. spent yenterday in the city us the guest of. William Wagner. Rip-p-p-p-p! •*'; ' 1 1 OutGome Thousands of Dress Shields! Hereafter, Madame, You Are Going to '. Fool More ','Comfy" Unner ttie Aram.;' airls. «ot n Bic box of TRHSPJ-NO Hunt , r-'nv nt iljci '(imp tir.rt. »ncl get one of / I he mil-prison of your nfo. age o( UrenB shields Is gone, It mean» the ' the.. Mrs. Dorothy Meyers and Hannah. Henley, qf Bramwell, wore In tho city yesterday shopping. Sam Matz returned yesterday from Craig Healing Springs where he accompanied his family/on Monday. Misses -.Lois McCumbor and Leta Maxwell, of Athens, are In the city as the guests ot Miss Garnett Lilly. Mrs. L. L. Mclntyre, of Erwin, Tcnn., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. T. Bowen, at No. 40 Rogers street. A. St. Clalr, of Tazewell, was In thr, -ilty yesterday as the guest 'of his brothers,- Drs. C. T. and W. H. St. hilr. P. S. Buchanfji left yesterday for Monroe county In response to a mea- j sage announcing the Illness of n rela- •ive. •«•;. rf- — ' .Arthur Anigrlst, who recently graduated from the . Roanoke Notional ' Business College, will return home today. Mrs. -C. N. Ssaglo was .'.aken from her "borne on Park street to the Blue- fle'd Sanitarluir, yesterday for treatment. Miss Vlotorla Coles left yesterday for Oakland, Md., where she will sp nd Borne time visiting relatives and friends. . __ .M'llton 'Kasloy returriett yesterday frc-in Raltln.orp, where h? has beou attending the Democratic national convention'. George Millar 'left last: night for Poke, Ohio, where he was called on account: of -the serious '.'illness of his grandfather. . ••.'•Mrs. Matt- Curamings left yesterday. for Craig Healing Springs. She was accompanied by Mrs. S. W. Oney, of StoelsburK, Va. Mrs. D. AV. Handcock left last nlglrt for a visit of severiil weeks to II amp- 1 ton and- other points on the eastern shore of Virginia. : W. B. Landrum has arrived from Victoria, where ho Is with tho Virginian ^Railway, nnd Is visltttfi ills parents on North street. Mr. and Mrs. 15. L. Lee returned yesterday after a long absence during which Mrae they visited Atlanta, Ga., and points In Virginia;- . '•'• Rev. R. W. Trapnell, Mrs. Trapnell and their two children left last night for Hampton, . Va., where they will- spend a month at Boulevard Inn. * *~Misses Wllma nnd Nullle'febk, who hnvo been the guests of their brother, Kelly Peck, of Albcrnmrle street, left yesterday for their home at Athens. iJ'"Yed Schoew, of Chattaroy, and Norman Shields, .of .Bramwell, were In the cl'.y yesterday, on 'route to MounOiln Lakr, where they will spend several days. .Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Clagsett, who were recently married at the bride's rpe In Bramwell, re'urned to Blue-; fleld yesterday from a visit to Old' Point Comfort. Miss Maud Riser, who has been In the Bluefleld Sanitarium for several lays for treatment, was abl.?. to leave the sanitarium yesterday, and roturn- (*•] 1o her h"me at CasUewopd. X. Fl. McClauelierty. who accom- punled his brother, Dr. D. W. Mc- Olaiijshorty. of Prliicolon, " to Jahns Hopkins Hospital at Baltimore a few days ago, returned Home yeB'.erday afternoon, fo Dtoro Kulnnd Gowitn, No Mbro Slilcliln, II You UBO l'ICUSPI-NO. 1'KHflPI-NO ltp.cps f tho nrm'-plls lustM fresh nnil ilry us any other piut ot the body. You <:nn wwir any weight of ciothlnct. bo in hot Bluffy ropjiis, In a.- warm or tlnnce-linH>Mid nev«r ; oviM'-ponpli'o In tho win-pits. Tho colors .In n colored (town will never tun. The cloth will never fnilo, (tot fitllT-from par- Splrntlon mid then rot nncl tcifr mid ruin your (town nt tho nrm-plts. Nbvormorel No more rolHntr up of dress shields like ropi-s iiiulci 1 tlio nnns. I'KIlsri-NO I« A .'.Ollahltnl pow(l«f. iibgoluttily".snfc .tor everybody, nml novo'r harms nny fabric. It's n wonder. Try it onoo, nnd bo eon- vJncoil..- Yon npply It with a pod, which la packed with uvcry box. fintlsfnctlon or money Imok. - PKHSPI'NO is, for snlo nt your drntt- .Tlst's (it t'fo a boi, or sent direct, on receipt of price, by tho Porspo Co., 2T16 Lincoln Avo.. Chicago, ~ •.-.-"*•'-. 7? K EltH'S LEAN IN O Vniiilcilllo and Motion* Fie. tnreH. | ''" Ell BPi W. Mdhcl., Tues., V\|fed. '. "\ : ' ' L - '"- ' The Matthews Trip, A Big Singing Act. Mitzie Admontr Slnglns Introducing ^Cornet . and Violin'-Imitations. •Ill ^Illll ••!! Ul •!••!• ••Illllll. ^ -* -mat Herbert & Wililn,' Premier Blnck Face Cpmedl- un3, lilngluj,', Patter''and-: Dancing. DAILY, ..Matlnoi) dally 3:30 p. in;' AUmlmiun lOo. V v Night'7:30 $. I), BaloonrlOc., Lower floor 20c,. •. ^ . . OB WOMAN ; Who aspires to or holds 8i;posl- ., , •'tlon of trust ought,. ot their ' own accorO, to: offer a Su'rety , -Bond of ,a .Company whose reliability and strength. Is known throughout the United States. When you ask your friends to become SURETY you are ask- >' Ing them to practically mortgage their Estate. We' can easily supply Surety Bonds for overy position—see us about yours. Citizens flflencp Flat Top" National Bank I'HONK mi Coul Loiilae and Nan Logan and Marlha Brown. ^of Saleni, Va., attended the dance Monday night and were the guests of the. Misses Shlrey. j Tbpy left yesterday morning for their | home, Ml i Pluilpp. Miss 'Kate Miller and Miss Agnes Howard, who havn been in the olty for several days as the Kuests 'Of. Misses Bertha and Gene-) vleve Prlnco, of Bland street, returned to their home at Putyskl yesterday afternoon. . "~* " • Miss Bessie Hlnqhce, who has bpen gap Eye, nn a visit 'to relatives and friends iu| ' Roanoko and- Norfolk, returned homo Fidelity last night, Hho was accompanied by 1 'lipr sIsror.'Mrs. II., A. Martin, of Roa- nolrp, \v^ip will spend several daya visiting? her mother on Gilds atroot. i ' THE REYNOLDS-SHOR CO., '• KKYSTONK, W. VA. Undertakers and Embalmers. *' We carry a complete line of COFFINS AND CASKETS and everything In Undertaking Bupplle.'i. WH havp a ticonsed orabalmer readjl •u surve you day and night. OH 11 day photm No^l Call day phono NoV? Call day phono , ,, C!»ll NlKh.t p 1 "" 1 " . • Nos..'.^ «vr MJK \-\< \uuu SE to DR. CHARLEJ

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