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Friday, Msreh 25, 1921.
PAGE TWO BIG SANDY NEWS Confidence! Your biggest asset our's too! It's confidence that makes our business so brisk. Men believe in us; what we tell i . them; what we sell them. They come back to us, because they're so seldom a "come-back" when they buy here. A great collection of new Men's and Boy's spring Suits ready now. Northcott-Tate-Hagy Company 926-928 4th Ave. Huntington, W. Va. CADMUS . . There was church at Green' Valley Sunday with several In attendance.. Miss Cassie Chadwtck was the guest of Miss Dora, Stuart Saturday and Sunday. : Bascorn and Adam Shortrldge have -been fencing for the last two weeks which has helped the looks of their now farm. .-' Buren Shortrldge passed down this way Friday en route to E. B. Short -ridge's, . : Miss Ollle and Zelda Enters and Miss Cora Wooten were calling on Mrs. Ed Wooten Sunday. . . Viola Shortrldge was visiting her mother a few days ago. Henry Bkers was here Monday. Theo Chadwlck has been repairing telephone lines for the past few days. Ernest Jordan who has been Very ill for some few days, is better. - Arnold Rick, was here Sunday. Sorry to hear of the death of Aunt Sarah .Yates. :...:.:- . Miss Hermia and Sallie Chadwlck were the Saturday night guests of Miss Thelma Chadwlck. : There will be church the third Sat urday night and Sunday In next month. Chat Webb and sister . and little brother passed down this way recent ly. : HELEN... MADGE with her mother. Miss Kffie Nolen is upending a few days with her brother at Mt. Pleas ant.' .". .- 1 ' Elmer Haws of New Boston, Ohio, is the guest of relatives here J. O. Piprg uid sons, Lnnnie and Jot and Hoda Thompson Sunday. Willis, spent Sunday with .Mrs. Belle Ranvilla Hlrks and rhildren HICKSVILLE On March 17 the pale horse and Its rider whose name is death entered the hnme of N. S. Young and wife and took their loving son, Taylor. . He was SI ymrs old and had been married Just :0 days before he died, He went to work on Tuesday morning and wits iclxfd wl'.h 'cramp, -and... physician was railed and rendered all medical aid. but he reallxeil right when he first look sick that ho was going to die and railed for prayer.. : He was removed htimc and all was done for him that human aid' could do. Doctors 'remained with him almost night and day.. .but lie was out of the reach of med'.cai skill. His dear mother and sister Mollie talked and pray. Hi with him and lie told them In. the last hours that he ! s saved and to meet htm In heaven and he went peacefully asleep. oh It was so hard for his dear com panion, but we would say to her and hls-brother and sisters to, Just look to (iod and say "Lord, thy will be done ai d not ours,'' and prepare to meet Taylor where there Is no sickness, pain or 'death.." 'He was laid to rest close to his home In the Felix Adams eem eiery. A large crowd of sorrowing Yiend md relatives ntur.fVo h'n bur ial. ', - ; ..' ' . ; : - I The farmvre hre viiy tiisy with their spring work. ".....''' I Wm. Holbrook a-u! wlfty'. are back from tlarrett and are at his son, Alvtn's on Irish Creek. Undo Blllte Holbrook still remains very poorly. . , ; . Wm. Crabtree has been at Chatta- i-oy. W. Va., . I Tom May of Ashland Is g.ilng to move back to Cherokee,, I tjlttle Shirley Adams was visiting her cousins, Kuth and Beatrice Hicks. Saturday night and Sunday. I Miss Odrt Hicks and Lula HolhrcwK were Visiting Mrs. Mebeera 0'Pnlel Saturday-eve'tlng: Li-un&fd Adams and Kmlly H-Hroik went to Itlnine Saturday. ' Charles Adams was kicked by a mule and very badly hurt. Lnndnn Adams is thought to have pneumonia, r - '- -.' :. v-.'..-D. B. Adams enme out from I jmiIhi to attend his cousin's burial. ' Odra and Beatrice Hicks and Bessie and Jessie Dal ton were visiting Odra When Yanks Arrived As Told By a German In a review of the much dlncussed Krrnoli war book, "O. W. O." written by a. young stun attache who signs hliiiself "Jean de I'ierrefeii, the Her liner Tsgehlntt .quotes, the following graphic description of the arrival of the Americans on the scene of action: At the very moment when the crisis w.im most acute, the American arriv ed. ''Just at this Instant (says the uu thurl a perfect cloud of Americans swept over the country: -endless. -nil umns of them packed every road, has- v. ting in the direction of Coulummlnrs n -.'i Moaux. They were crowded as clr.no as possible lit Immense motor tiucks. perched in all sorts of irrotes I nue positions, bareheaded, with their . sl.lrt open at the throat. They roared (ut the songs of their country at the f li of their voices, while the; people along the way greeted them with In- , ftescrlbalile enthusiasm ': "The eight of these splondtd 'youths I fioin across the ocean these .smooth- shaven 20-your-old youngsters with then- spick and sui new equipment their vigor and their health wrought u miraculous charge in our feelings 'i'hiv formed a remarkable contrast 'to our regiments, clad In 'their tattered fnded uniforms, weathered by long vunilirn til uvrvtrw ttu kuiiih iiiijr by the fire which burned within them. "We felt aj If we were witnessing 1. ' J " . K". It was as though lift) and vigor Mrs. Billy Hall and duughtr Miss Neva were the Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jism Maj-nard. Rev. Jt'ssi" Fry preached at the LUCKYSTRIKE . ciaireti. Flavor is 5!siiDy toasting lend with Mrs. Jesse Maynurd (iwiun Chapman was a caller I.otiixa Monday and Tuesday. It IS reported that a still was dis In rv llowlng In warm waves through the exhausted body of France, weak vned by Its countless wound?.; and til '.thoss days of heaviest trial, when the . . M . f . enemy bukki again na ine Diinss vi .7iVr. :.- - the Marnc and fapcled that we had audience Kev. Dobbins filled an appointment at the Holiness Church recently. . K. W. lamliert sx nl two weeks with home folks. H.MUJCY, Jordnn at Irad Mrs. John Muncy spent last -eek with home folks here. , Mrs. .1. F. Nolen and childnii spent Sunday afternoon with Klveg... Weil man. ' : '.'-' .'' '' M. Nelson and little Ollie Chapman were business visitors ut Buswyville recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. ftradli y attended church at Smoky Valley Sunday' . ' . . ... . XXX CANEY FORK : The coal mines In our vicinity are expected to start soon. . George Enyart and Chester Webb were callers at Estep Sunday. Born, to Mr. and. Mrs. Younger Bayes. a, boy and also to Mr. and Mrs, H. fr. Bryant a girl. . ...-. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thompson were c.ill.iig on Frank Thompson Saturday night --'j.- ' --.- ' . Nelson. Hillman, passed down our creek Sunday en route to Webbville. K L Webb made a business trip to Wi bl.ville Saturday. Liza Johnson called on her sifter on Car.ey .'':'''.. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgf Enyart wv calling on he'r sister at this place, Henry Wobb and John Thompson were callers on Catt Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kellcy passed down our creek Sunday, en route to Miss Gladys Haws of Louisa spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Sam Doc Heaberlln and John B. Damron spent Saturday night . . and , Sunday at Fallsburg, v ' Miss Georgia Lee . Haws was shop ping at Irad Thursday. Mrs.. Julia Nolen and children , of Georges Creek are visiting relatives Columbus, Ohio. here. - . Several from this place ' attended Mrs. J. W. Bradley, who has been prayer meeting at Brammur Gap. visiting relative at Prichard, W. Va- ;' Henry and Chester Webb are making for the past week returned home Sat- a great success in plowing, urday. , j Moving is all the go here, i. . Miss Ir.ee Wellman cal)ed on Mrs. David Pennington was calling on Y, O. A. Haws Tuesday evening. . ; C. Bayes Friday. . Vint rfolen and wife of Mt. Pleasant Thelma, Jessie,' Ethel, Dinia Webb spent Saturday night and Sunday with and Lora Enyart were calling on J. F, Nolen and familyl , , , friends at Webbville. Miss Inex Wellman was the Sunday : Mrs. Arizona Isom was calling on guest of Miss Laura Bradley. her mother, Mrs. B, J.. Webb. Mr. Nora Newsom and Mum Highly Mrs. James Bryant were calling on J. tdams were visiting Mrs. G. A. Haws her son one day last week. ' Sunday. '.vr. :. .-r- - . ' ; Lloyd Green attended church at Dry Miur Monnle Plgg spent ' Sunday Fork Sunday. , . - with' her cousins. Mimes Thelma and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Green were Goidiw Barnett. 'calling on her sister Tuesday.- Mrs. J. H. Clarkson spent Sunday ' TAGALONO. fTTTTTffl I T F I 1 1 ffl ! fTTTf TTTf TTTTTTfTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTT Working Together I For Your Good No matter where you live you can carry an ac- X WUllli V ll.lt us, Every mail-box the 'whole country over is an I agent of this institution. ' User the nearest one to send your deposits to us. Our bankiner-bv-mail department works in pon- X $ junction with the United States postal system for X uie guw ui. uur pauuua. . . Let us send you complete details. r- : Mb 1 1 t , . ; kOUI&A THE BANK WITH THE CHIME CLOCK OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ' AUQU8TUS SNYDER. . DR. L. H. YORK...... M. F. CONLEY. G. R. 8URGE88. . . . . . . R. U VINSON DR. A. W. BROMLEY ........ Prssident ..Vies President .............. .Cashisr .....Assistant Cashier DR. T. 0. BURGESS ROBT. DIXON were visiting Mrs. K. O. Pmkerion Su.iday. ' Willie Adams was celling nr.J.i l. Dalton's Saturday. . ' Amon Holbrook was at J. H. Li'ad- mans Friday..- . '. Hester Caldwell irnd " children wer visiting Mrs. ISuhr- Adams Srinday. Lula Caldwell was visiting Stella McKlnney Sunday.; Felix Adams and wife were at Sand Branch Sundav. ' Church at the Baptist Knob the first Saturday and Sunday.- Also church Punduy night by Bro. Will Crabtree. . v SUNSHINE. lost all h0v the hearts of the French wire filled with a confidence which it Is impossible for me to describe." The nation was Intoxicated with joy Hi f General ivtftln was well content. H st-emed to draw new jitrength and nvM hope from the sight of the Amer leans and said: "The amalgamation of (lie two armies will be complete. It Is o matter of only a few days. Then we ev. ra Pparss or uanup a no tiev. Hl,M1 have nothln, more lo fpnr. Jf . . nurg.ss or tnia place are noia. wr can hod ou, unll the end of June ing a revival meeting at Huxseyvuie. -t a,mlI u,, , . .ut.ndld situation: Mrs. James Miller who hat been lit , ju,y we navtl tnr U,,1M, nHnrt UPPER LICK CREEK AND TORCHLIGHT t JATTIE Prayer meeting at thfs place Sunday was largely attended.. Mr. and Mrs. James Hillman were visiting friends at Ashland last week. Henry and Hilbtrd Webb and Hen derson Thompson passed down , our creek Sunday.' Misres Kuby ind Lola Carroll win calling on Mrs. B. I'.. Wells Sunday. Miss Rosa Webb ws calling on her coufui. Elizabeth Watson, Saturday night end Sunday. Mlt-s Arnalenh hlvel was shoppl.ig h"-e Saturday. - Kstih Thompson and Ansll Shivel wer- HfO. W. Webb's Sunday. Mrs. M. G. Webb was calling . on !Slissi;s Thompson Friday. Mrs. J. M. Thompson and Mrs. W..T. w. re ut Mrs. Graham's Tuesday. "lviH Johnson paesed down ou; rr t k Monday. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Cebron Wilson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Webb. Miss Claudia Hammonds" pawed uown our creek Saturday. . Miss Lma-i Hillman was call'ng on Miss Cluudii H.unmunfis Silnday. Miss Maxlne .Webb, was calling on Misses Thompson Thursday. Miss Rosa Webb was at Miss Lolau Hillmars Sunday. David Thompson was at Milt Wat son's Sunday evening. . v Let us hear from Katcllff and Canv Fork. .;. 2 LITT1J r. and BIG K. FULLERS AND POTTER The farmers in our community are very busy planting potatoes. We are glad to say Sunday School will be organized at Horseford soon. Richard F. Hewlett and Dock Burke were calling on their best girla Sun day. A large crowd of boys and girls were out kodaking Sunday and all report a fine time. Mrs. Lys and Julia!' Burke were. the Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Vol Burke. Moving seems to bo all the. go in our town now. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Adklns have moved into the house lately va cated by Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hayes. ! .Nura Maynard was the week end guest of her cousins. Misses Florence and Clarice Skeens. Billle Hulette was in Louisa Monday. Mrs. William Burke and Miss Madge Skeena were at Fullers Saturday. The sick of our community are Im proving, v . Miss Ruby Burke was calling on Miss Ruth Hatcher Sunday. We wonder what has become of the news bee at Catalpa and Zelda. HEART BREAKER. for some time Is Improving Mrs. Ora-Sparks of Gallup is visit ing Mrs. Eva Burgetw this week. Several of the people of Torchlight are said to have smallpox. Jim Miller and Durrell Cox were In Louisa Tueeday on huslncsi. I Golda McCown who is attending! school at Louisa expects to leave for Drift soon. Miss Lou Cox who is visiting relu- Tle n tictory is ours.1 I'nliappily for us (the; Germans). fJr.uitt lYlaln was right. First Court in Wayne ConyenedApril 11, 1842 The Wayne County W. Va.l News says;. Uvea at Drift is expected home soon. , Wayne County held at the home of niu mnwun wu. cuumg on wr Abraham Trout, Sr." (now the home vocnrnn sunoay. . of Alderson Bowen) so begins the Miss pixie Reynold!, was the gueat roeora. of the flrgt county coUr, of Miss Pearl Cox Saturday. j Wayne county that met April IL 1142 Mis. Rimini " cnurrn ; tn. tJlne y the legislature that at Busseyville Sunday Harlan Blackburn nude a business trip to Louuhi last week. Mrs. Bill FroJ.y of Van Lear who has been visiting home folk for the past two weeks, returned home Toes day. . ''. '. . . Misses EITle ChlMer and Dorothy Daniel were calling on Miss ' Irixie Cochraii Sunday. Miss I 'earl Cox was culling on Dixie Reynolds Sunday. Miss Carrie Ilgg attended church at Busseyville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy Chllders and children were calling on Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Chllders Sunday. MIhs Sallie Fugett ' was culling on Dixie Cochran Sunday. FAITHFUL.'. BLAINE Harry Osbom has smallpox but la Improving. t . i .. . K. C. Berry and wife returned home Saturday from Cincinnati where they purchased a nice Ursa of goods. MUsea Gladys Wellman and Pearl Baus of Louisa spent Saturday night and Sunday at this place. Mrs. 8. D. Wellman and Mrs. Bud Swetnam were the Sunday guests of r . ,1 .. . jars, i vi owciimud. . . -..i Pharmer - Chandler .and , daughter Laura were called to Columbus, Ohio; last week to his daughter. Mrs. Nelson Berry, who la very sick. , . . W. A. Osbom made a business trip to Louisa Tuesday. X. Y. Z. Ml Atonic ,. ; . .4 . .v..', - For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I vvas so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C "Thedoclor treated me forribout two months, still I didn't get any better. 1 had a large fam ily and felt I surely must do something to enable ma to take care of my little ones. I had heard of V. DONITHON Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maynard were (calling on home folks at Vinson branch JSunday. Mrs. Hobert Graham and children and Miss Janle Hughes were the Sat urday night guests at John Moore's. Mrs. John Conley and daughters and Mrs. Trimble Chapman -were calling on Mrs. Ben Maynard Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Anse Fields contem plate moving to Griffith's Creek soon. Clyde. Maynard and family contem plate moving to Williamson, W. Va.; , Mrs. Clara L. Endlcott has returned home after completing a school at Mt. il'lnasant. I Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Chapman and children and Mr. and Mrs. George Hardwlck were guests of Mr. Evelyn Hardwlck Sunday. Llndsey Lambert spent last week in Louisa the guest of Dr. Anderson. - GMDUI Th? Woman's Tonic ; "I decided to by ft," con timies Mrs. Ray . . . 4,I took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo imanly weakness. 1 have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend Cardul." ; Take Cardul today." It may be lust what votl need. f4 dl druggists. d &n formed the county of Wayne out of a IMirtlon of Cabell. The members of the ttrst county court consisted of the various Justices of the county and were us follows John Wellman. Pres.. Levi MvCormlck. John Plymale, Samuel Webb. Wm RutcluT, Thomas Copley, and Warier Queen. Frederick Moore, Hiram Chad wick and Milton Ferguson produced cerllllcutea of election and were sworn In as Justices. Jeremiah Wellman and Nathan Holt were appointed the nrst constables of the county. It appear that the most of the time at this first meeting was taken up in uppolntlng constable. Kighteen were uppointed before the seaslon closed. Samuel Wellman was elected the II rat county surveyor. Jle lived at the mouth of Camp Creek. The nrst sheriff of Wayne county was Win. Morris, who lived at the Oillett farm near the County Harm fie was elected for one year. lie was the grandfather of U. A. Morris that now lives at Wayne. At tbe first election . held in .the ctunty ' there were only three places to vote, Wayne., fort Gay and Hnoala The eounty was divided into tws dis tricts by a line running east and west from Kort-Gay to ftuyan. 'rlvr.. The northern section was district number one and the southern district number two. A hotel was licensed by Isaac Bloss and was located- on Tom's creek. An other license for hotel was granted to Milton J. Ferguson, who 'lived at the place now owned by ITof. T. B. Mc dure. The amount charged for these licenses was twenty-five cents. A committee consisting of Burwell Kpurlock. . Milton Ferguson and Wm. Morris was appointed to select a site for a court, house. They selected the site where the present court house stands. The square was larger then than now for the present eastern street was taken away from the original se lection. At the same time another committee twos appointed to make plans for a Jail, and court house. This court house was built, but was later destroyed by lire and the present ' building was erected In Its place. Wayne county has passed her three score and ten. The county Is seventy nine years old and Is still hale and hearty,' and looks to the future with contidence. TUSCOLA Sunday School Is progressing nicely at this place with Rev.' Z. T. Webb SupU , '.':,. Homer Kkors called .on his best girl Sunday. ' Garland Webb was a business caller at Louisa last week. Bennle Fannin spent Saturday night I with Banner Fugute. ,.i Miss Bessie Collinsworth made a ' business trip to Hulette last week. J Homer Ekors left Sunday evening to attend school at Louisa, Bill Russoll was In our town Sun- . day. . .' ' ' ... Darner Kellcy was a business caller here Monday. . John Ekers was on Horseford last Week. i John McDowoll attended the pie supper here Saturday night. . Dewey Lewis has purchased a fine home here. i Hazel Chaff in called on Lillle Jor dan Sunday, James' McDowell is very 111, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Drue Ekers a line bo-Drue Jr. FAIRBANKS. DR. FRED A. MILLARD DENTIST Office in Dr. Burgess Building Opposite Court House Office Hours: 8:00 s.'m. to 6:00 p. m. Office and Residence Phon No. 115 DR. H. If. SPARKS DENTIST l Orrire lii Itimk Block, bi t ween the two banks. Louisa, Ky.- v .ice i-ioursiflioo a, m, to 8i00 p. m. Special Hours by Appointment . PENSIONS Soldiers of the Spanlsli-Amerli an war tuuy now huv title to a pension of 112 to 130 pi-r month under the NfcW LAW. Blanks and full Instructions free, Also, widows of said soldier may have, title lo pension under act ef July in. WIS. Write now.. EMORY J. SKAGG8. Atty. V V REAL ESTATE J. P. fJARTIN, Uuisa, Kj. General Dealer 1 I BUY and 8ELL REAL ESTATE ef all kinds. Alto, will handle property on commission. If you want te buy r sell TOWN of COUNTRY PROP. EATY, tsll en mt. , ' ,J T. M . 1920 . v FROM FORT OAV Esst Bound -r' No. 4 Dally No. Dally. No, IS Dally,;,,.. West Bound No. t Dally.,..,.,,.,.,. No. 1 DaUy...... No. I Dally..,. Jullman Cart and Dining Car Hervio on trains I, 4, IS and IS. W. C. SAUNOER. ' Gon'l Pats, Aaont,. .' '-''' - ." Wesooko, Vs. TYPEWRiTEKS! ,.t:IS A. .J:40 A. ..!; p. ,.i:iS A. .IMS K U. M. M Used and Reloatod by U. t.Oovoramowt Remington No. I. or 1 (blind). ..114. W Remington, Invisible,!. col.ribbon 4.0 L'nderwood. No. 4, 1 -color ribbon St.00 L'nderwood. 4. S-col.rib. back spcr. U.(0 Royal No, 1. one-color ribbon... 14.00 Royal No. 1, J-color ribbon.1... .. 4I-J0 Oliver No. I. $15.00 Oliver No. 6,' m Oliver No, t, 85.00 Monarch !!. II M Kmith-rremler 10, Linotype Key. board, rebuilt. ,vi ...... .. . Si.00 C.unianteed In good used condition all nuy ir i if iwni wrrice, vatlSTSir tiou guarantetd or purchase price re funded. ; Which slse type will you have Pica or Elite. Urdrnt rilled promstrf. Ribbons. ,any color or colors, for any hum ui Aiacninr. ea. tso oeiivarM. State make aad model. Carbon paper per box of 100 sheets $l.6 delivered Empire Typo Foundry, Buffalo, N. V. PRICHARD, R. 1 J. T. Baaham and Fred Hutchison made a business trip to WaHe Satur day. Robert Buskirk of Kenova w in our community recently. J. L Smith and wife or ITIchard, were guests of Fred Hutchison Sun day... t:ua Itanh y of Tabors Creek wos -ailing on his girl here Sunday. Alma Lakln and Litsb- Hutchison att nded church .it Little Hurricane Sunday night. '..''' Mrs. hair rteHman Was shopping tn Louisa this w.fk.'-. l.vvlnnla lilgg bf Huntington who hss been vlsltln.r relative hors ra. turned home l-amUiy. l urtls Boggi and wife were vUKItk Ur. Biggs xutr.u at Shllo the Ust of the week. . - Mrs. Krie Smith and Bertha Lakln iv.'rt shopping in J.uisa Monday. Alma Lakln is si. ending a few days aith her gra.idmother,' Sue Bellomy. r loyd i'lyranle, cf Portsmouth, is visiting his muther at this place. IUH Skeens viik ciilllng op .. Opal lliid Sunday, Mr. and Mrs :ive Bellomy oxpeot to move to their new home soon. Mrs. Mary lira J ley of Madge w.ui visiting relative at lYIohard and l.'ubUardstown. but liar returned nome. Cleveland Chnfi'ln will leave soon to gravel with a show "Which he Inlnr.t recently. He will be missed very much It. our neighborhood. KLll. FARM FOR SALE 1000 acres known as "Vernon Farm," (including about $2000,00 farming tools. etc.,) In Lawrence county, Ohio. Six teen miles from "ronton, on Ironton and Jackson pike. Four miles from railroad freight station. About ISO acres of valley bottoms, balance bill land. Very large ten room brick dwel ling; about 20 tenant houses; brick store two atory, 24x46 ft. (with 16x20 fool elt for storage room) large stock barn will hold about 100 head of stock, with very large loft room, will hoM feet, rat proof corn crib 25x16 feat, rat proof gnilnery, two story 16x22; 100 ton silo; 6 ton scale set in cement. All buildings in first does condition. Nev er failing water piped from two springs on hill Into house, yard, garden and cattle barn lota. Electric lights from our own jDynarao in house, garage, store, cattle barn, horse barn, alio and granery. Twenty Thousand Dollars cash payment will be required. The balance arranged to suit purchaser at 6 per cent. Will sell to purchaser of farm, merchandise in store and about 100 head of stock (mostly white face cattle) at price to be agreed upon. See R, T, LAW SON, Manager at store on farm, or write V. V. ADKTNS, Room 103, Second National Bank Building, Ashland, Kentucky. . , 1-14-tf