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The Safest, Surest and best Method ever used No sore gums or ill effects follow uso TETTH Full set of teeth $i>.00 erv finest set of l'ceth; ! A no better made at anv Ameuc* pncc. . $8.00 Oolu Crown* - $-4.OO CioUl Fillimrs* $1.00 w EXAMINATION rncc. W® ir.Tlte you to Inspect our parlors* ai«<1 1 we y»/ur tc**. examined Irwe. Will tellyoa In advnncv wrnnt your work will • os*. All work doue by-skilled, experienced operators by out Improved method*. W® give you a guarantee in writing on all w ork. The Cincinnati Dentists Dr. COMPTON. Mgr. Over Grand Leader Store 't'A* s&ass r»5rf! n-tssri fices:f«sKr5A'^ 'V ^ ^ + 4T v « * % v- # ^ —- t y y S == ~ Why use clirty l * ft |* &*§ smoky coal? ^ TO ‘ 4 ^ CALL UP* « Standard Fuel & t ? r ^ W V? || M 'PHONE NO. 20 O u* *' ** and tfct a con ot good clean Coil an 1 a load jf " V~ l'T"",‘~ot nice rindli.ig Wood ^r, % " .-jA. £*-<$ £> * * LEADF^ WANT ADS BRING RESULTS QUICKLy Elks Opera House Thursday. Eas. 8 Caskill Macvitiy Carpenter Co., inc.. Offers the Pretticsi Piay of the Century -f~ __ Dramatized by Geo.Middle tor from Meredith Nicholson's Novel ORiG' , ii. COMPANY AND PRCXUGTlON 100 M3 I ] QHIGAG'l 100 PRICES: 25, 53, 75, Hi.00 4 1.00 Thrift i>; m«; prosperity. Don't con sider yotm U iiri: m Ml you liave attended Tiie < '\-.\uc doader'n doing Out of d 'hi*u . . :il . E. J, CARPENTER Presents Clyde PitcIVo Sensational Adnp Sro«r» the Gorman The Ta lc o: all Europe 14 Months at lyric Tticrtrc f»nwYnrk MMitlP ni (j rr:; Vic traCMcaga PRIC 25, 60 75, $100 * $1.50 BluefiUci Undertaking Co. ! Successors io *V. S. livekell No. 17 Princeton Ave. I Licensed Embalmcrs AND Funeral Directors Otticial Undertaker* Phone 126 N. & W Railroad Co. Public Ambulance Day and Nigh* ' W. H. FOliLfcSONli, (icn. Mr. I ___;_ Rob! E. Moore AT TC R1S1EY Collections Thornton Building Room 23 Phone 108 J. 0. ft Public Accountant and i Systeniatizer. I Graimn, Va I ' —> om. ■ "jiii . •.. ’• r?u. A. D. WOOD EYE, L/>R, NOSE A"D THROAT Specialist Thornton Bldg. Blueflfld. W. Va v, x~ ■ WOntRfSOM EROS. I Civi . .id Mining Engineer* . Tho. nlon Building , BLUIHI I.O : s : WEST VA' ' - **-:*%? REINFORCED CONCRETE WO il Dr WALK FLOORS, WALLS LARS, ETC. WORK GUARANI r1 ®L W. E. McARTOR. 72'J Orii/riL -lf’ Jt. ph tVI t* BLIJEFItLD. W. VA.. Woman’s College 18M KICIISIOND, V*. 1910 t,<kU.I In tli« branO'nt hlrtorlt aad t ilfiikl tllyrf Ibkltai.lh Urco.n l kill. family lr»m»-l in th« Urt oki T.r.JiM and nninnilni | f tbi, r.uniy and |n-or. Simr.nl .1. In limit department*. * ro.n, 18 w. tn.n < trrtnliy nrranc.il marm <.f afody lit I h, lb. d*cr*.« ,.f *• LM . H A M A. and n Mm Half mill In* dollar, iMtt atnd fit . n'.ar.'nt.i.t and .ndmaanmnl Hn'fh f.'.rrd mmrltWt Arfi-mm ulitlliinl 8ril r >n«a. Marly npfllrnf n i">i*.rl*ni “Nr-ti. moderate M'.r rata In*, i. nnd other infotmat n addr <a « NFI.MON, ,n. A., I f.. II., PfM. _ _ ; £ YOST COACHED WELLS TO *• PLAY IN FRONT OF A £ CIGAR STORE. «. ! <?• Now that the ftxotbnll season .2 ' j ••* Is oxer am! the uicu have broken ^.training many stories an* being ... | • tohl b.\ til • players. About the '* | «. best tohl of the western players £ is one on Wells. Michigan's ; a peony rigut end. who floored tlw* touchdown for the Wolver ene men In the game with Min nesota. it was just si day or so before the Mich* i Igan team left & | Ann Arbor for <$> f Philadelphia to i ir«H*t the t}\s k* 'V * ers on Franklin ^ Bold. Two |k)w i e r f ii I looking «;> men stood In ... front of II us- .1, wr.iA*. ten’s billiard ♦ ball on State street, looking Into '*> t • each other's eyes. Ono was ' . a tall, dark man. lie was £ ' * In \ i a stogy, rolling it '* <j> uet vously from ono corner of liUi <• " mouth to the other as lie talked. It' ♦ .... , <• the other was a stocky, anliurn <•> <?> ha I ml fellow. . Suddenly the' man behind tiie >J out i fil'd h ; grcsjnsi the other liy tlio sliotil- <• " dors, pus’ . d him ha kward and -■ Jerked h rim;:lily from side to • | side. Si \ er I i ewshoys stopped, j • i • i mdered Other / 1 |»le : lopped to watch the pe- X! • i i \ itrir..*g rot* an opening, the vj i <•> t til limn 'lin ked like a llash nnd X i 1 mined liis shoulders against X •> tin* Stomach of tin* <|iilet. red T .* haired trail Then, chewing his X » cigar harder, the dark gentle- * • man hacked slowly away, his . - hands on his knees. Still tin* . red haired umi stood mute, <; • watching every move of the man * j *> opposite him. | I»y t is time <julte a er »wd had *' . g.ailiu.l r*re diineu *■'ood look- .; *' in on u ill wonder In tln*lr ’ e.v» ■— ioi lapped each other ■ ; 11 In k and I tvglud \ • •• it t use your hands on • % ’' in a way. ’y know,” drawl- * p ed t- • dark man. grabbing .X I lie <> : *. : in* should t.s : gain **' •»> flu * b 1 ’ .n* ev'-ii the green % e t fi •ri:m :n la the eVoxUl of ^ • a • • - t hilt It Wilg Olllj • X c 1 ddl ■ Hnrrl YORl ; <:■ sln>wli 1; ••ytm" Wells how to . piny right ea<! 0:1 defense against ! • the shifty titlark. NOTTER TO IliOE ABROAD. Cltver Jockey Will Pilot Hordes of Duryea or English Turf.’ The poor outlook for tin* thorough hr< d horse an. Pig game in this country next season end the reductlr.11 in sal iiries have can ed Mnericnn jockeys to seek employ meat <>n the foreign trad;* in lull. Tile latest one to announce Ids Intention of riding on the other aide of the Atlantic is Joe N’otter, who for sex oral s» asoiis rode tin* In r lhal carried lip* fatuous colors xxliifo with blue spots of Jama* It Keene. Not (er i to pilot the horses of Herman ft Duryea ou the English turf in 11M1 JOCKEY JOE SOTTKU. He is ouo of tin* greatest horse plk is Jeveloi>etl iu recent years. F« r several seasons ho was the lending Jockey In IhU country. James It owe, the man who developed tho speed of such uotable American racers of the past as Miss Woodford, llludoo, I.uke Blackburn. Commando, I Sysonby and Colin aud brought James It. Keene’s turf winnings in li*)7 up to the world’s record mark of $ PJO.OOo. j will train Herman It. 1 >ury on’a string, of horses abroad V • " ■ ■■ ■■■ ■ -— New Race Track In Charleston. The word has gone out among the race track clement that with the n\J vent of the administration of Hover nor Blouse iu South Carolina in Janu ary |4t'pnrutlnu<i would la* made for opening of a Mg race meet. It Is said a $100,000 race track Is to l»e built at Charleston. t>* I o a rd.v for a spring 1 mooting In 11»11. The Charleston traek is to take tho place of the tracks at Ja*-l;souvllle and Tampa, l*'la.. where racing will lie barred after next season Wolding to Dcfom! Tennis Title. Anthony !' Wolding. Hi * New Zen land holder of the Kugllsh tennis championship, will stay In Kugluud for the winter to defend Ills title at Wlnibhklon and then come to thl« country. Miss Max Sutton and Miss Hazel ftotrhl ss jm*«>1 uxI*ly will visit Great Britain non year B.»rley and Mr.lt, Hurley rank among tin. cereals and grown pretty iiin h ■ .lit \v!i at, rye and oats. It i-; rieli Pi stun li nul cm bohydrates n:;<| e<nf;lni less gluten tluni nh.'til. It . oiitnin-. in abundance tut element only feebly present In wheal, rye nr<l oat . the starch and gluten digesting di-i-t .se. When you take a grain of hurley and steep it In water tint 11 it is soft and then beep it warm until it sprouts and then. In stead of allow!.i.': the diastase to u-e Itself up. you < !i<* -k the further growth by heating the g.nln, say. Ijo de grees Fnlir tilled you dry It and change tlie barley to mall. The bar ley was as It; id ; flint end too firm to crush between the teeth. The grain of limit eru--lies n --li'y under the teeth, and the powdery contents are sweet - a transformation brought about by the digestive a t'on . the diastase hi the grain. Con /irts c.2 Hangnsn. Accord in;' t » I it 1 • writl *n fr t.i ! Itii r-i-i. pin,it di* »i in tin 1 : . ... r 'i’a- •- , Idait. there are .o.ue pr. <ms in tlmi ! country ln*v. Iil. ii i . .j cn n amed t 1 ELK’S OPERAHOUSE 'A of a H u n d red Years f— / r Always tlxe Best jE__]XAST WORD" IN MINSTRF ISY Al G. Field Greater Minstrels HioBif) t! nstrei JntoCjie&ration of the Iweiity-Filh lear! EVERYTHING NEW—EVERYTHING GREAT 5—BIG SCENIC SPECTACLES—5 iVHLSTRELSY if'J ALL AGES David, the f irst Minstrel, with s ^ *11. f a f ! »:tsai;d Strings at the Court of Saul* lirE BO I iOcVi CF i ME St’ A \ Submarine Surprise* Deep Sea l> ver . Mermaid.. DcvilfiMi. Whales and other leviathans of old ^l! ’ i e-cntiii, Nej.ser, the woikUmIu) Impersonator. GAN I - GHE ~R \ flarnvafd Lurles<iue on f’hanticlcr, present* ine 11er i> ?rt Willison. the noted English Male Soprano. SHIPS AND SAILORS \ Naval Review- AH the boats of our navy from flic da3 s of f aul Jones to our Dewcv* i 11 review# A min iatiKc r dev f theba'tle* hips and heroes of Americ an Naval Warfare. PERRY’S VICTORY ON LAKE ER E~The marching marines 'r.d V;cs. I he Sinking Ship, the Lighthouse, the Lathing Scene. 1 dd Clof' and the (irandes’ Patriotic C iirnav ever Devised. Tne Eccentric Protean Comiques ftNAPP AND LI3TETTE A C ; J Company Specially SjlectH for the Celebration of the J-ibille Year: AL. O. Flf DOC QUIGLEY, JOHN HEALY, GOV BOWEN. JOHNNY M HARni3. HENRY FELL CHARLES REINHART, PAUL LALONDE, J. N. NOPCR063, KM APP AND LISTETTE. HERBERT WILSON, WALTCR SHERWOOD. JACK RICHARDS. WILL H. STARR. ^NORMAN STANLEY, THOMAS STOKES, CONRAD JESPERSON. Hilly Wiltm1 Sami ^ iImrbiirn’s Symphony Orchestra Tuesday Dec. 13 Prices; 2S, 5Q ~Y5 and $1.00 loath are held which have uo tvgular y ap|»oiutod hangmen. The exocu- ] loner Is selected from among the con* < lets. The man who Is so fortunate is to be appointed receives *jr» nihles , ‘<*r each execution and a credit of six Months on h!s sentence period. One onvlct had nearly worked off tils term md had accumulated a handsome sum >f money when the governor of the •risen appointed another hangman. ‘Hotween dull business and conipeti* Hon, the senior executioner's term Iragged along, but tinnlly came lo an 'lid. and lie went forth fre»xl and com fortably rich,** the correspondent re |K*rts. Pa’« Opinion. 1.11 tie Willie Say. pa, what Is the census bureau? 1 Pa l ie* census bureau, ni.v son. Is n collector of fuels that are given to the public after tlioj ure out of date Chicago News, Tbs Unknowable. “Young men of today don’t under stand women's hearts." “No. They don’t even understand lh«>lr milliner's bills l.'.tniour, 4 • ... j '•> MAN WHO DOPED JIM JET- j FRIES FOUND. T ' $ Reports issued from different T . parts of the west make state. <|* ;; meats to the effect tliut .llm Jef. * . fries is making frantic effort*' to & x discover who doped him on Unit ) fatal Fourth of July. In fact, X * those reports even go far enough ,• <• to Insinuate tiiat a smell fortune 'X. la being squandered in rescan it T work and that tin* Jeffries fain* ••• 2’ ll,v Is turning itself Into a detoe- g. <y live bureau, having pun-based a £ itloodliound. As yet the trail lias ;*[ <•> led only Into the eonflttes of in.vs- ••> ^ tery. The coroner's Jury cannot. ’’ oven produce the corpse. All the ••• X. followers of tho alleged dopcstor <i' have returned to camp weak and y l despairing. Their hunts have - but led them into a morass of * misinformation. There is one !> clow which it is said the native sons have not followed. This <*■ clew s to the effect that the ’* doping was doue by a tali, dark man with powerful shoti)d"rs • t an*1 clublilco arms in Rickard !, ? at"! (Ronson’s arena between the '• j> b urs of .‘I and -I on the after- ! ♦* noon of July 4. * •• • .. “The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Easily.” Such a statement, coming from the cashier of a bank, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: "I have used Dr. Milee’ Nerve tind I.Ivor Pllla and alao your Antl-Paln PHUl, on inynclf, with Rood resulta. The l.lvor Pills act so naturally and ao eaHlIy that I scarcely know that I have taken a pill. Frequently bt'InR troubled with headache I tftko nn Ai^l-Palu 1*111 un<l Ret Immediate relief In every cnae.’* A. I,. Wilson, Hpurtu, III. Mr. Wilson wu« for u number of years cashier of the First National Hank of Hparta. Dr. Mile*’ Nerve and Liver Pill* arc different from others. Many kinds of liver pills arc “impossible” after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr. Miles’ Nerve and Liver Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural way, with out griping or undue irritation. T hey are not habit forming. If the first bottle falls to benefit, your druggist will return the price. Ask him. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Inch . . ' .. Tho llrand Leader ttolng Out ofi Justness Sale contemplate tho full orco of this event. _,,, LEADER GOES TO COUNTRY Three bund tod and fifty homos In nearby sections of the ! country luive in the past few ' weeks been entered by The Leader and entered these "new" homes because the head of tlit> family paid one year in advance AND WANTED THE LEADER. The merchant who wants this large "new" audience (together with Tho I coder’s largo "old" audlenco) to know what he Is doing in his store at this holi day-buying season has an easy, sure every day way to present what ho would like (o sn> to them at a little cost compared with the results sure to come. I Elimlnnto all clement Of chance by nsurlng with E. II. Easley, Insurance Agency. T iiless you want to loose money ilo not Ovedlook tho Imrgalns at The Irnnd Lonlcra doing Out of Duslnoss Snlc. Have you voted for your enndidato? A little money goes a groat ways at riie drand Leader's doing Out of Hus ness Hale. ■ ------ -"=3 11 li ><*u don't look over the bargains offered at The (itnnd Leader's doing Out of ItuslnoBR Sale you overlooy a rare opoprtunlty to nave money. t*all Saxon Lline & Lumber com* pnuy. Phono 78 for kindling wood. Subscribe for The Leader. — LEADER GIVES $1485 AWAY - 1 hleven contestants are striv ing to win one or other of the Ah roe costly prizes now being offered by The header In the b! ; Subnerlptinn ContOBt which is to closo Dei ember 24, when I )!' potent Judgoti will audit tho books of this company nn<l award the prizes to the winners, without feur or favor. A candidate may enter the inee at my time and win any one of the beautiful prizes of fered for soliciting subscrip tions and getting subscribers to pay up arrearages, or by clip ping coupons from Tho header day by day. I Thos. E. PEERY, M. B SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Ko.se and Tlrnat Blucfteld, 'West Virginia OCULI8T n. # w. k*11 wav Me ney to Loan at Per Lift That High Cent Interest Mortgage “simple Interest" R:om 1 Kelley & Moyer Building The Medicinal Value of Whiskey is admitted by the highest medical authorities. Indeed for manv slight disorders it in a safe and certain cure. But to bo effective, it must be the genuine, pure, natural article like SunnyBrook THE PURE. FOOD Whiskey f; m.MhfrX is unsurpassed as a wholesome pleasant efledLid lioitui «‘*2r,UnJr healthful tonic. Rrcty drop U distilled. In-n'J „,Vf? M,"d»r »f'° d»re<* aup^rTlsIon of U. S OoTernm.nt f iff. 1 *!" a .,so,,ile purity and mellowness mak<- Its use perfectly 2VVV .‘."v " •»'" harmful eff. cts. The ••Green Government Stamp' c cr tin rlt of larh bottle aia.es the correct ajfe, proof and quantity SUNNY ltftOOK DISTILLERY CO.. Jdfcrto® Co.. Ky. SEND YOUR ORDER TO p L. LAZARUS & COMPANY vms ik cum boys'. sene hcmittawce with youb oboe. Twin • ; $1,25 *1/0 [SHRINK snj Me H6ria ufr/rr/rs trcw/ k SWEAR-OFF and% tf£w drink atcnelX DiotoM imI M*»d<tl ifam«*(own Fiaoiilion PRICES $1.50 per quart, 75c per pint, 40c per half pint Guaranteed to contain only straight, old and v/ery high class whiskey WE ARE THERE WITH THE GOODS 4 Art vW ■' li,,i: •! dollar if u" cannot prove fr-in *:r a .»rn to govern ment records to the satisfaction of any expert that we are using the Oldest . Costli est ar/l High' -t grade whiskies known in \merica in producing I iikm; Crown. Sold in Bluefield by the well known dealers Messrs. KELLEY & MOYERS LEE ECHOLS L. LAZARUS 8c CO. HARRY MATZ Cen l Distributors Prop Grand Hotel A. GOODMAN. Inn. Cen l Distributor Pocahontas , Write for our booklet, “Temp..ate Sayings of Temperate Men.” If not represented in your town we may have an attractive proposition for you. 'Xrite us for par* ticulars. All inquiries receive cheerful and prompt attention. GEO. COHN & CO., Proprietors, Louisville, Ky.