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Friday, March 25, 1921.
BIG SANDY NEWS PAGE SIX 1 ;' Daisy' Ring U By HAROLD SINCLAIRE a. COLUMN DEDICATtu u ' '"' MOTHERS as ' " ,L twii HOME CIRCLE AT EVEN ING TIDE. Tl '. WlIl HWWPW Union. Bart Wilson, at the Jewelry coun ter, looked up In surprise as tie heard iaisy Martin ask faltetingly: "What kind of ring cau 1 buy for 8ve dollars?" '--- ' "Not a very good one," ie returned; then as her pretty brown eye titled, he added, "but you might give me that much as a deposit, and pny the Mat later." ' - "I didnt knew you ever sold goods that way." ihtlsy said softly, and tor the first time Bart. smarting from a hurt given htm by a heartless city girt who had flirted with hiui durlug toe past couple of months, noticed how lovely the girlish face was. .. -1 never have." be said stuUlag, "but It ta never too late to change my meth ods. Don't tell auyoue about it. wilt f"0 no, no," ab cried in alarm, "aa4 yon won't tell that I have bought jltr and the tears started in her sweet ' eye ' ; . " ' , "Why, surely not," he returned, wondering at her emotion, and brisk ly turning matters into a thoroughly business channel, he palled out a tray of rings, and asked: "How high do you want to go?" The girl's eyes lingered upon a dainty little pearl cluster ring, and Bart Anally let her have it at cost, twelve dollars, telling her to pay him the other seven as she saw fit He laughed at himself a little scornfully the rest of the day when the transac tion recurred to him, but by the next foreot It for his heart was still heavy .with the sorrow the city girl had made for hlin. . Daisy came in a week later wlU a dollar, and he was somewhat sur prised to Bee the ring on her linger, 1 for he had thought she was buying it for eomeene else. ;'. While the two lived near each oth er, they moved In different circles, Bart being in ope of the older sets, - so ha did not' meet her socially until the charity entertainment at Christ mas In which all the young people of the town participated. . There was a program made up of local talent, and afterwards a dancing party. Burt, who was very popular, danced with the various belles ef the place,' but began to notice thatt jaisy dldnot teem to be asked, and so he Inquired of bis partner why so pretty a girl as she seemed to be neglected. "Oh, I don't know. She just doesn't eeem to; take. I suppose, and then Since the talk about her ring, 1 guess people think they had better know just who she is going with before they are seen with her." "-'- "What talk?" Bart gasped, skillfully guiding his partner Into a recess as the music ended, so she could con tinue her conversation.; ' "Why, she has a ring that she says was given her by someone who cares a great deal for her, and who knows her better than anyone else. She won't' tell who that someone Is, and neODle are talking," and the girl threw up her head. Bart looked serious, but said noth- - Ing, and excusing himself started to cress the floor, intending to ask Daisy to dance with hira. lie saw several of the older girls go up to the little figure and evidently say something to her that was not kind in its nature, for Daisy sprang to her feet, ber eyes ' blazing. Then her bead drooped and the seemed to wilt as she resumed her seat dejectedly. I , In a moment the young man was by her side,' asking gently: ,- . "What la it. Daisy ?" The girl turned, her 'sweet young face changing from white to; crimson, and then paling again, but she said nothing. He turned to the tormentors. "Per- haos you will tell me the trouble. " "A mysterious person has given her a ring, and she won't teU who it is, said the elder of the young women. Calmly,, he took Daisy little hand, n which appeared the offending ring, and drawing it through his arm said coldly : "My dear, while I thank you for keeping our engagement a secret, still i think vou have gone a little too far. As you have respected my wishes not to have it known until fter the first' of the year, HI solve the mystery of this ring, and tell these Indies, and they can spread the news all over town, that you obtained this rtn from me." and with these words be swept the astounded girl from the . room. ' , ' "Get on your wraps," he told her, "and I will take you home," and he waited in Uie hall, fully conscious of the bulling tongues inside as the news spread like wildfire, "What made you buy the ring, Daisy, dearr he asked. K .ii.. "The girls say I'm too q.?tf tsr the boys to like me, and I thought If I had a pretty ring they would think someone out of town cared for me." "You poor little thing," he cried. "I wonder, darling," he whispered, bend inir his head over hers, and pressing her hand, "if you are willing to make u.hf.t i said tonight strictly truer roia mixed her eyea to bis. . Bart Fathered her Into his arms. and. cov--.an her soft Hps with his own. " r.,i now hus a half a dozen very vuluable rings, but prbses that little cluster more than any, and she end Bart already have measured in- ,i,oW nne on her little nnger, a piam, k,--i hnd. that he is to put on the ' j- .h la oWliteen. which will als OAK HILL The Soldier's Bride By HAZEL SMITH THE BUSINESS OF LIFE. The task appointed unto us mlrably stated m a roe."- Collier's. Nothing nner w . -business set before us has recently "Klon of a hnal arrival t some fitting destination: Jo mainUh; undiminished a ; ;' r worthiness; to ne uwh. y- foolish dream of the younger life, and . .. . 1 I In lAFMP VUil Oil. so to be discipline - - - - made more sure oy '"-Tl delayed for moai oi a. " " to believe in tne sirens.... "'--- spirit to surmount pw. " -and defeat malice and envy; to believe in the gradual mil au-com1u-.. - of cood will; to be saddened wn-i embittered:: to oo oeaien .- quercd. That is the stern business set Ix-fore us. : n nil the beautiful nnd e)o- z ruuuuiy . . . . i .... vr -written oy me abTge.D. rrontic te f.ntnff la the finest: only abiding place. It can not oe u-v mir life is a bubble cast by eternity to float a moment upon Its wave, anu ...... i-.n nnthiniiness. Llse why that the high and glorious aspiratlo s .tlv. i.n liitn anirels from the wmii.o of our hearts are forever wander ng unsatisfled? Why ia it that the rain bow and clouds come over us with a Uoauty that is not of earth, and then pass off and leave us to muse on their iovelinesaT. Why Is it that the atars which hold their festival around the midnight throne are set above the 0 f-or. limited faculties, forever mocking us with their unapproachable Klory? And. finally, why is It that bright forms of human beauty are pre sented to our view and taken from us; leaving the thousand streams ( of our arrection w - ' . mir hearts? There Is a IUI1V.1I. "K - f.rf.. realm where the rain do w m... -., . .turn win be spread out be fore us like the islands that slumber on the ocean, and where beings which pass before us ike h- dOWK Will IJJ ivir.c, ... . once." Vv. When clUidrca beSin to attend school, thir thoughts should be di rectVd constantly to their work, and between the school and needed t?rola'; there Is not much time to th nk M clothliw. save that to be neat and clean and suitable .to the means "f tne Vr ents. God never Intend the people of -moderate means to rival the D..-.1 of ,...ni, in raiment. The mother who , lt. WMtia Jewpper umu. "Iiiiposslbtel" sliouted old' Colonel Saunders, chewing at bis steel-gray mustache; and for the tirsf time dur UtO fttlTV warn of active service lie actually trembled. Tha horror cf thla was more overpowei'Ing thau the hiss of the Moro bolos wbeu, drunk; with bhang, they closed In upou .the skir uilsh Une. "Impossible:" he muttered, and suuk back Into his chulr. Outside tlte hot suu ol the I'hltip piues burned the purched Uind, scud lug Ita scorching rays Into Hie white washed bouse In which he sac f pou the table in trout of iilm bis twderty bad placed a closely tiped document of five pages. It was the findings of the court-martial which had sat on the preceding duy. It bad passed seu teuce of death upon a certatu William Gllfoy for bavlug Joined the Moro forces and ijred upon his former com rades. It Colonel Sauuders affixed hie alguature to the document the death sentence would be carried out nwi a year heuce, nor a mouth heuce, nor a School at this place Is proBreHsing nicely wUh I. M. Daiton tenohor. v Church at this place was largely attended Sunday. " Esta eman and brother I'rootor were the dinner jruests of Ollle and Wood row Adams Sunday. Candon Adams has typhoid fever. Sowing oats,ts all the bo In our town. M. U C. Adams was. the guest f Rarsel Adams l imday. nora Wellr.nn made a business trip to loulsa Saturday. Johnnie Kone aui-nmu Compton Sunday. Crooks Adams made a trip to Webb- vllle Friday. Minnie Wrllmnn was tvorv Adams Wednesday. Manley and Krnest Adams were nhoppln at lrad Saturday. " Sunday School will be organised at this place, the first Sunday In April. Everybody Is invited to come. ;. VlrttU Adams was vlHltlna home folks Monday. Martin Wellman and wife were vlslt Inc trooks Adams Sunday. Okey Ekers was calling on Fred Adams Sunday. The bovs ore having a fine time piaylnit ball on Daniels Creek every Saturday afternoon. The wedding bells will rirnr in ur town soon. EASTER GREETING. church ' at ralllnit After Thorough Trial a Detroit, Mich., r.lan Encorsosrc-ru-na CHRISTMAS Church at this place Saturday night and Sunday was largely attended, con- day hence, but now. t. .1" " 1. Kv W Parker and Bikini. There was deatU In the quiet air, ia .-,, ,m this Dlace attendod the i,u l.nuimii .'viiiHiaucv of the camp : . ,,., ivi-ihnlp Sunday. In the rows of bits-washed cella lu Auitustus Jordan and Charlie Alley the barracks alse, and lu the barrack t Adams -..at tended chuivh hers hu.i- cMrd. where a ir w l'si. " euor- auv, mous carpeuter'a syuarc set upright, creaked as tue execuiiouer tested the uechaulsui of the trap. -hi MU'ueilu-uri 1" ' muttered the 1,1.. nn iiui Chumnan was r t rwnhoie branch Uist week Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Splll mnn a girl Ulllnm . . Hester Chapman Was eaiuns; on The follnwliiB letter written f rem Detroit, Michigan isnoimnp judgmont expressed ou the merits ol re-ru-na, me " knowncatarriiremouy, but rather a mature, sober opinion formed . after a full years iriat. Thla is the way wr. Michael Fako of 906 East I'almer Avenue, is, writes: "After using l'E-EO-NA for abou t one year will ay Xbave found it a very good medicine lor oa Urrh.g It has helped me great deal and I well satisfied. gained ia weight, am atoen well, my bowels are regnmr and better color la my face. - I hare "I'K-KU-KA lias done wonders and to me is worth itswciglit in gold. 1 sliall ooiiiimie to use - PK-UU-N A as long as I live and reeoinmepa to my friends who are troubled with cat arrh. " Nothing can be more convincing than an en dorsement ol this na ture from an actual user. There are many people in every com munity whose experi ence.ln using Teru-na, has been identical with Mr. Kako's. It is the standby for coughs, Mlda.eatarrh.stoirtacD and bowel disorders and all ea- Put op ill both Ublet and liquid term. 6eu BTMTwnaa. YATESVILLE The sick of our community axe John CHEROKEE Mrs. Morton Blevlns spent a few Ystos. Mrs Bums niansencnip unu j rajm wnu - - . t . nndmTmce, wTdow of the la.e It. K. Quite a larcerowd attend churei, rtloo who owning to canc-rous trou- at Cherokee last Sunday, bM and I her advanc-d We is very low I.uther Wyrd and ll.nji; V llr nauirhler. Jennie . calling on "- - - ' ; nt this wrlllim. Wheeler and others of her children are at her bedside, ' bee Wright, of Klffes cross roads on East Fork, was hre Saturday of last week on business. The olt operations except tne pump We are sorry to hear of the dratfc of. Taylor Toung. Mrs. Oeorge May and brother-in-law Joe spent Ruurdny night with Mr. Cumut"H folks. ceiuuel BgHin, 1 cant see her 1 .Martin Splllman Saturday night. . vurnu.w I Nova Wires and Norman Blevlns .ing l Just ahout as dean as a uoor ( attenuvu v.v.. , nail as the operators ran't afford to day, - . continue the work at the present prices , Aunt Sarah Graham is very "' J" 1 , Kmmlt.llolbrook "Pnt Thursday AH of oiir oldest settlers say that night with his sister. Mrs. Carrie My. such Marh weather a. the present J Harry McKinnon la one of our tart; was never before known. Such weath-ling mall now' , .. a,,,.. r as we are having Just now is noi i i.ijmr r, ... v.. . . II..'. unii Sncn constantly .-must UltOH " , ,,., .... .. tn hrine ud -children who iui . - .. ..., ,. care tor queaiiouo ..y ---- r md humanity when grown. j r.'-- - famllleK, It is a sunjeci uu..c. stant consideration and the problem of elothes is a much greater one than nv one of the great one nd right and Justice and patriotism. Nature in her silent, hrautiful way. leaches 'many lessons. force a moral upon ua. We may drink i her .loveliness and uikk .Knn as we please. A man mum .mv something of the child In his hearrto feel the sp-iendor ot me ' "" ,.f the stars, the mystery lWlSlUl,u;.. - j.,. nt the woods, tne joyoun fertile sunlit meadows: am, ' " he. child's heart to ieei. ne " the child's faith to see, anu "-"'t' i.. nntllre snail v, ever his perplexity nature shall solve Men have set tneir mam ,i. .l hills. They... have neciui- the land and have said to the world, , .. m lu min,. .. lUMUI it lu vnnr " tne oaoouiiK . beach-covered numioe ....f n.,ihhnr. but the forest child oi ' . without ..inn.- ----- . -. ,, ,),, nny In his pocket may n. ..autv and peace of thls.ioveiy tVir. iha innVtntr . ; tn wtirui suojeui iu laws there can be no progress without friction; neither can there be much .....v. nvr..ss of it. In the one case tun nflon anowfu iiii.ua ,i i .. . ,!. th,.r Ufe becomes a "drejuiiui. horrid grind." A right Judgment is a royal gift from heaven. Hub the baby s ' " .. V, mill ll MHt bet- back Dy an nmuuo, - " . .lion h.ttr. and oenave , l...' .uniiu that he Is new as yet UUL , . 111.."-- - , and unhardened: his skin will be tougher later on. Btroae me cat; she likes u. oi-u- -direction indicated by nature. There ! n ikn rtlffprfnoe in tne wui m tween a spit and a purr. ... curving knife snarp, as yuu peaceful meal, but Incline n . the proper angH' to ine nira. ,h famllv wits also by Judicious rub- hlnK acainst eac'i i.ther; but Interpose occasionally and very dexterously, a drop of oil. Keep the family wheels whirring but beware of hot Doxes, RAVEN ROCK won't see Her, Wallers, leu oei- "Muy 1 come iii'" InijHii'ed a gentle voice outside, and a girl entered a typical American girl, such as is to be wet iu thousands iu the little towus and villages of , the New Englaud states.' ::.. ; "1 am Miss King' she said, auilluig happily at Colouel Saunders. "1 sup pose William lias told you that that we are to be married here, uow that bis term has ended." A slight blush sun used her face. "But they told me lu the barracks that .Mr. Ullfoy bad goue te Manila to meet me there," she said. "It swins a dreadful mistake, doesn't It?" '. Inwardly the colonel blessed the forethought e his men. ' "But I am so glad that he iss served his country with liouor, aud ... has come safely -through these terri ble dangers," Miss King continued. ' He 'waswell, a lime . 1U. .redeemed himself, as I knew be would. ;oiigresHiuaii Latluop, " she hesitated. XUeu, seeing " ...'- look and mistaking ll.'slie continued,: He told my father tlutt W UHaw would be -I re uudef your care, coio-, net Saunders. That Is 'what everyone' says about you at home." f Iu the brief uiouieut that eiapscu before he answered her a tliousaiiu thoughts rushed through tne coionei brain. A minute ago he bad actually dipped his pe" "to tue luk Prt,l,ttr lory to signing the death warrunfc Now the. act secmea luiposmuie. Uiought of Ullfoy he bad been wild, but a good uud brave soldier, conspic uous In muni engagement uum im. devil of loneliness that was eating out his heart ..summoned- the diiuk dewi to bis aid and the two together fud dled the boy s brains uulll be turned traitor aud disgraced the regiment imu his country- He might have saved him by a few kindly words. Excuse me, K1"l'- Be alu abruptly. 'Tray be seateu. wui back In a few uiluutes. Inside his cell William Gllfoy was . . .. . ... .... .......In., a.iutlv seateu uexme ins , s-.oi. through the bars at a wisp ol oiue. When the colonel entered lie starteu as a man awakening out of a dream. The colouel sat down beside him upon the plauk bed. , Gllfoy," he said quietly, "your sweetheart is here. : Gllfoy looked hard at him. "She hasn't been told?" he said im passively. "Not yet, Gllfoy. The boy smiled bravely. "I think It would be best to have it done as soon as possible," he said. "But, sir- must she know? "She shall never know, answered Ue colonel. Then he bent torwaru and took the boy's hand In bis. Gllfoy," he; said, "you have taken Joe Delong and Arlle Hraaiey m-t.-nded church here Sunday. Wade Justice was calling at Christ inas Saturday. , ,. .Tes-e Adklns was... visiting-, at J. lvrefietd's Saturday. s . Carrie tlolbrook tnd sIhktu Art'i and Jettie passed uu- our creek Satur-dny- '"'' : .., lr. and Mrs. Itoiieri rwnriif i j .... Catlettsburg are here visiting friends at Osle. ' ,-!," ' Paul Burton was ealllna on Okey Chaffin Monday. ' , , w C,eirce lrlnce railed on friends here Sunday. A - LONESOME OlRl. (uimmon hofnra Itln ni'Ml Ol .Mayx : u . lum.a PHrhard. of Tuscoliu is nerr rvunn Butler spent naiunwjr -. at the bedside of his sick daughter. Sunday night with Kthel 1'olly. Mr Burn. Blankenshlp. who ha. a I Mrs. V.'; very bad ease of tonHll.tls. .. i "n""l"R.ld"a5l - GIMLET, KY. ' There has been quite a lot or pneu monia In this section. Among the sick tare the two sons of Mr. Alfred ""'TH. V.ion McDowell returned from W est Virginia where he has been employed c iim. b a caruenter. . . llennle Cox who baa been on the sick loit is able to be out again. Lloyd I-K-'edy who has oecn goi.iK ... mliool at Grayson has returned home. Sunday School at Mauk Hldue church house each Sunday. . Quite a crowd attendisl - church at (ilmtel Sunday. -: . .',' , Married, at the bride's fathers Wed nesday evening. Ky woi"- B, Whltt. to Miss Nora Bear, daughter of Klmus Bear. Quite a few of the business men or the country attended the meeting at Krankfort relative tovlhe route of the .Midland. Trail. ' , Farmers are busy sewing oats and . ...... lu.Hu .. a 1 Mn.iU and family Visited friends and relatives here for a few days a fter which he locutrd at tlrahn on the O. ta-llroad where he has a lHisltlon as blacksmith for the UulvllleKlre KamuiJ Wright ana jonn wewwnii, . of .leiiklns, liave been visiting relative hrc for a few days. They report that all of the coal operations up the line t are baitly on the drag, the miners oniy getting two days work eacn wees. During the past wwk, our -lornier. near! ynll plowed and planted their early potatoes. . James Casey has gone to iinrny 10 work.- " - - -''" ' ' :'' The measles In our immediate lo cality has become a thing of the past, so far as Is known, but tn some of our Adjoining neighborhoods we hear of their developing Into pneumonia In several cases.. COUNTRY nilRKNHOItN. lt us -hear from Gladys and Imd. IU.UK Ellas. HULETTE Thet Mrlck Co. I KITS. TUSCOLA In temperature a change In the The sudden drop Monday night made r..r.ih... nirs and plums are In full bloom' and apples budding for bloom. H,;h if thev bloom this year. iri,.hnril has been having sonTe'Tne' 'popfar lumtwr sawed pre . 4..u i.. htilhllni;. ' Mrs. Kittle Jordan remains quite sick. Her condition doesn't seem to Measles I raging and seems to be hurting some from the way the doctor are called. " ' ' . . Harve Daniel mnde a trip to Boyd int Hnturday. Some of our farmers ore turning V... i nnnnil while others are i innr twi" mii and clearing land. The trio that passed through -here 'inst week exhibiting their liquor. ' . nn'thn uubllc highway and running Ihelr horses ought to be made .i..r.tn,i that we live In a civilised country and that we are not afraid to prosecute law Dreaaers. . knw ii h Sunday School organ i.o ! oilovlllc Sunday. Once again ......nr. that Ollovllle is on the map. 1 Chat Webb came home from Louisa ! on aeeount of typhoid fever. - , ...I. .,.!, -,, He will return to scnooi will he church here rst Sunday atO o'clock by Bro. Casaiy. Also Sunday School will tn- organixen. Everybody come. Charley Uiyne and wife were in Ashland Friday. f Mr. and Mrs, lurt FYnsher were th illnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. t'nmpton Sunday. " :. ' j Ethel Lnyne of Catala, was nrre Monday. ' , - Cora Wooleir was-visiting her nroin- vt at Cadmus Saiuitlay und Sunduy. Ellen and AlilKal Skwns were can ing on Lorn Lnyne Sunday. Homer Ekers passed tnrougn nere Sunday en route to . Bear Creek. Mrs. Exona Layne caned on Martha Luyne Friday: Lilly Nunley was the week end guest jf Mrs. lluma Nunley. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Queen were vis iting Mr. and Mr.. K. Frashor Sunday Mrs. T. J. Enyart was caning on Mrs. Cora Complon Thurwluy. Thomas' Wooten waa visiting home folks Sunday.. BHUNO. LOWMANSVILLE Born to Wm. Iellird and wlte glrt--Kl.le. , Franklin Chandler and wife went to l-nlntsvllle on business Monday. Mrs. Nellie Chandler who has been visiting hr father and molhnr-ln-taw at thla place, has returned to her home at Ashland. ' Russell Chandler was the wmik-end. guest of his parents here Inst wek. - Miss Netllq Chandler waa the over night guest of Miss Marie ChaiUler Saturday. . ' - Misses Mildred Chandlsr and Nura Hannah were the afternoon guests of Wl. r.l.li.u llulMl,1 SlltlllUV. .Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Chandler took dinner with Mr.and .Mrs. Fnui-un Chandler Sunday. Misses Julia and Florence urmttn, Fannin and Thursa Edwards and Cora Hatlield wer the dinner guests ot Miss Beulah Griffith Sunday. Vlrgtl Chandler and JasiM-r .J. Kfer were the afternoon guesis of Wb. Hattleld Sunday. Miss Erma Chandler look dlti.ier with Miss Mildred Chaudler Sunilay. Mill Allen and wife of Catletlaburg has been visiting relatives and frlsnds. Ml this place. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chandler took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ve honse Sunday. Jay Hatlield and wife were the all day guests of Hord PeBord and wife Munriav. . Willie Chandler was the Hinder guesi if Verne Hattleld Sunday. Let us hear from Clrclevllle aad RMiver. Ohio. rs w. Mrs BLAINE Alt- nnd Mrs. Lafo Griffith and chll- dnn spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffith. . Miss Zora Billing spent Saturday nluht with her Sister .Mrs. Pari Moore. Mr. and Mrs. James Green spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Green's parents. Miss Addle .Moore and z,ora noims were calling on Misses Nola and Elvn Edwards Sunday. v Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Osnorn were vlBltlng Mrs. Carrie Berry Saturday. Elmer and Clyde C.rlffitn spent nun dav with George Moore. Mrs. Cora Griffith was uie guest oi Mrs. Bessie Griffith one day last week PANSY. "If it happened in Way Countt. (rati will find ft in Th NEWS." .. ay ne County 1 lewP aper ll is a rural newspaper with rnetropoliun ideas. For advertising rate or jbb printing prices write or wire "News," Wayne. West Virginia. , - .- -1 . . Subscription Rate $2 a Year , There will be preaching here the first Saturday night and Sunday In April v,., p tnj.. Harvey. Everybody is . ..... j. ... very busy at preseni geiunu ruy farming. . . . lt. Several of the boys and glrlB of tnlB place have been attending the revival mnet nir belnsr neia ai uhim.u... Chrta Diamond wno nan i'ccii t-- tn his room lor two wwm -v account of a very aore fool, is ame to Ut nut airain. - John Bradley was calling on Miss T i. V 1 ,1 T.BH Burchott Wednesday. .-Mm. C. Snarks. who nas Deen vihuhik her daughter, Mrs. G. W, Edwards, of m rip v. has returned home. ann Mrs. lTeo unanin ui "" place were shopping in Louisa Mon day. . ..... . ' . Ben Alley or Midland, fa., is ii"s fri,.nrt and relatives at this place. Chrlstena Diamond and Lillian Short who have been under the care of Dr. Ferguson for aome time are improving. Mrs. L. E. Bradley and children were calling on her mother, Mrs. Mart Bur ohett Sunday. Mary Burchett was visiting relatives on Twin Branch Sunday. Stant Chaffin and Ben Alley were the .,r,i of Rosa Sparks Saturday. Sunday School will be organized at Mnrirnn Creek soon. TOPSY. no life. It was not you who betrayed , Tom Hay, 0f Hlcksvllle was here your country ii ''M.Z i"".'"".-: sv..her-. is our leading Aaim, nAnn whvvm ,ui unu.vo , . - . t 1 . ..iwirfar evening. Tou will accompany it auu n'f-""r there take Uie train for Manna. Gllfoy half rose, and suddenly sat down again, and burst Into tears. "1 ought to die," be sobbed, -sne will never" -. She will never know anything, the colonel answered, completing the sen tence. He called to the Jailer. "Private Gllfoy Is pardoned, he Id. 'Bring him his uniform and set him free." Yes, Miss King, you will have to back to Manila," saia uoionei Saunders five minutes later. If we had knowq you were coming well, we might have mode different arrange ments. There will be a cavalry troop leaving for Santos, the terminal, to morrow afternoon. Till then you roust be the guest of the regiment." He passed his hand over his eyes, and, suddenly seizing his pen-, he scrawled "Verdict disapproved" across the paper. He looked up. "Tell Con gressman Luthrop tlmf I shall try to live up to my regulation hence forward," hu continued. go Mr and Mrs. Worth Blankenshlp of i-.tuiiiA and Burnaco BlanKensnip were guests of James Prlchard and family Sunday JUCKLBNa TRINITY There will be church here the first Saturday night and sunaay m i-orii(iflv come. Sunday School at this place every 9:30 o'clock. Deo Honsloy who has been on tne sick list, Is improving. ' Miss Clara Fannin was the Sunday Kuest of Mies Joy Miller. - v Willie Thornsbury entertalnediulto a number of young folks Saturday nieht. Guitar and violin were played by Capplo and Earscl. About thirty !Were there and all reported a nice time. Miss Margery Holbrook called on Norma Taylor Sundny. MTand Mrs. G. W. Handloy called on Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hcnsloy Sunday "evening. ' ,. , Webb Roberts wns In our town Hun day evening. ' i, Let us-hoar from Tuscola, '. I U. R. TV's. 'THERE'S A REASON" Quality Service DRY CLEANING 1 . DYEING ALTERING f(0 ' ".., 4 w 4 s 814 SIXTH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, W. VA. PARCEL POST WE PAY RETURN CHARGES MOST MODERN AND SANITARY DRY CLEANING PLANT IN STATE liu J rnv ... - r be her brirtnl luy.