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Friday, May 13, 1921.
PAGE THREE BIG SANDY NEWS MATTIE Sunday school la progressing nicety her. . Johnle D. Moore, who ha been at tending the K. N. C. In Louisa has re turned home. ' . Dora Moore was shopping In Louisa . Friday. . . . - Charley Moor and cwusln. , Mtas Huth Moure, were visiting relative' at Matti and Rich creek Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Farrla Moore and children were vMtlnic Mra. D. Moore Sunday. Mrs. Mat Moor and daughter, Mary Opal were visiting Mra. M. I. McKln liter Sunday. ' We have been having plenty of raid .beta. ' J. D. Ball made a business trip to Louisa one day taut week. Mra. J, H. Cordis of Cordeir was visiting her mother. Mr, J. W. Moore Saturday and Sunday, The boy of our creek attended church at Spencer Sunday and all re ported a nice time. JOHNV DRINK .WATKR. ROCKY VALLEY Mra. Julia O'Brien of Three Mile waa a bualneaa t-aller here Saturday. ' - . Mlaa Iicy Park of Huperlor return Ad home Wednesday after a week via It with Irene Wei la. Mr. and Mm, Henderson Wella were business caller in Louisa Saturday. Lewi Workman ha been on the alt k Hot. ': Mra. Myrtle Rowe of Wayne, W. Va,, apent the week-end with home folk." Mr. and Mra. Ethel Hall of Mill creek are visiting relative here. Irene Well was the pleanant guest if friend" at Hill Top Farm Sunday. Either Vlnaon wan a caller In Lou isa Saturday. Chaa. Workman wii the guest of friend at Chapman and Torchlight Halurday and Sunday. Mr. W. S. Vinson and aon Sherman and Mr. Bill Vlnaon were caller In LflUlaa Saturday. Lutle Workman attended Sunday uHn at Saltnetre Sunday. Mutate Maud Lynch and I.aur Aleff were tha iteaaant guest or 4en w"r man Sunlay. u. .! Mr Kd Dunn of Fort Oay 11, K. D.jt, are visiting relative here tMm mmt Mn - IftieVti MUfUni TT 1 : T business callers In Ixiulsa Monday. Kred forkman la on the air, usi. NOBOOT'U DAN.L4NU. FITCII- vi Le. Kirk at Trine. h rv lurnwl .otn aftr vhi.tln hfr aunt a i.m,.u nf this nine. Allure I " - Mr, IrnJ Mr. Hhflt Motltirr frnnllv Jwerr vlniUnc Chrliy Oulley Ml Cora and Vtrgle and Myrtle Motei were willing on Mis Deasle Planrlj Sunday afternoon. Wllie Enlx vh the Sunday guest of Krleet Plunck. uiJ r-k,. rlu,,i Hooth of Yalesvllle, who been visiting relative at this ..A,.J Hi.a rvhimml hom. Mr! Anna Knlx and Pearl Howard at Ifrris, were vlaltlng Miss Deesle l'lsnit Sundiiy. Wpie Jordan, J, of Harris, and MtsaJ Rosy McClurg. 12, or r-merm M i,in Adam and Cec)l Mathew were calltg on Erael I'lanrk eunuay. uu Twain Plnnrk and Cora M- i"wer calling on Mr. IJMIe Oulley HiirinV. kiu iiimu.li anil family moved to "i " - Hnf-nwimd. MIourl. ah. Angle Planck I lcK at preem mam r-i rw. ADELINE frtrui Miller apent Bolurday nlcht Tftihv KfUia. !' Amanda and Kaltle Suiton Univ lmberl attended Kunuay Mdool here Sunday evening. nuiinrtiv via the Sunday KurftI iht' daughter. Mr. Karl Klawlck of m flenee Vanhorn and children wr calling on home folk Saturday. MIM Ooldie White la spending a tew dil with her aunt. Mra. uniy ran nl. near Culbertn. Willie Savose- waa calling here Sun krthur Turman, Chaa.:: Ron and Jrnea Black of Buchanan attended miwr t"'"i ' j - ilr. and Mra. Henry Lambert were tfc dinner gueal of Mr. and Mr. Jbyd OkIo hlday. Irni and Charlie Humphrey ana tirtl and Arthur White attended tfiglng at Kaat Kork Thurmmy nigni. pVIra. W. D. Church ana onnaren ire vinltlng home folka Saturday and linday. SWEET aibl.iimk ULYSSES gumbiy wa our regular church time Walnut 5rove. Churrn wa very Irgely attended. Mi Carnalee Caille spent uniuraay ght with home folks. Mr. Geo. Browning who is vlifltlng namnta Mr. and Mrs. James Mor bon. Is expected to leave ror ner nome i Logan, W. Va., soon. ,T. A. SIny of ChlUlcothe. Ohio,, Is Kiting relatives at thin piano. Ml Ellsa Davis who has been can Ic on homo folks, returned to Van Ear Monday. IHascom Davis left Saturday ror kintlngton. W. Va. Mianea Eliza and Connie Davis, Col and Connie Castle. Mary Austin. kscom Boyd and I'avo Austin were I out driving Sunday. Everybody rwnnmher the Sunday hool evarv Sundny morning, also tayer meeting In the afternoon. (Tablets r Or in) fsL INDIGESTION "WHh car wtthout watar QUICK RELIEF! Fric 2S-S0-7V MAKERS Or SCOTT'S EMULSION n 01 In a now gizo pcoicn lOforlOcts TUSCOLA Wheat and oat look Una and pas ture are good. Home neded repairs were done on the ' road !at week. The dangerous culvert al Kred Thompson waa taken out and a new one put In which la a credit to any that has ever been there. Tho uxpvnm of putting It In I negligi ble compared with what It ha -eot heretofore. Henry Kk.-ln of Cadmus came up In hi car Sunday. He found the bottom of tha mudhole. James lrlcbard was at alevill Sunday. "' Mra Vlrgle Mills of Norton. Va.. is visiting hur arents, Mr. and Mn.(,M, f. Jordan. . Elmer (Irahem who has been visit ing here, ri'turned to Ix-trolt Monday. The Ollovllle Suntay School is pro gressing nicely with large attendance and much Interest. We are Informed that the Sunday School at Baker la progressing nicely. Mr. and Mr. J. K. Wood went to Morgan Sundny to e tlrover Bradley who has typhoid fevor. Mr. and Mr. Fred Thompson Visited friend at Jnttle Sntunlay and Sunday. In every neighborhood thertr art. to be found a few that fall to see good In anything unless It happens to be in their church or party or they did It r had It done. No one has a, good a bin-i! of tock nor a fine a grade of seed corn or make as few mistakes In talking or writing yet they go with an empty suck' and have nc stock for ihe market. Tho one that delivers the good is the one to be emulated for he knows that he knows. There will be preaching at Ollovllle he fifth Sumluy evening. This will be the first preaching service, in more I hun two years. OLD LKM JUCKLENS. BUCHANAN Mra Geo. Williamson and giandtton Jack Campliell attended the clrcu at Huntington Tuesday. Dr. W. T. Ikivls of Royalton, Ill.,wa here thi week .having been calhft to his home at lYlchard by the illness of his father. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Turman were Louisa visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Mury Klnner has returned from Apple Orove, Ohio, where she was called by the death of her father. Dr. J. A. r-'chard has purchttat-d a new Dodge toui.ua car from Moore A K.tton, Ashland agents. Mrs. O. 8. Ilromlteld and Mrs. Srancea Layne were In Ashland Mon day. I Mlos gulnn Cooksey who has been sick Is Improved. Dr. Prlchard accompanii'd the 10-year-old son of Oliver Newiom of Dur bin to the King's Daughters' hospital Ashland Wednesday and assisted in an operation tor appendicitis. Miss Beatrice Kinney who has been quite lck Is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoaborlln re turned Tuesday from a visit with Kallsburg relatives. Born, recently, to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clay a daughter; to Mr. and Mra. Dave Vanetter a aon; to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Potter a daughter. Extensive repairs are being made on the Buchanan Chapel church, a new roof, concrete walk and painting. The committee la trying to complete the work before Decoration day. R. T. Morrow and Qulnn Shannon have returned to their work at Wayne after a few days at home: Miss Belle Burchett spent the past week at Lock wood with Mrs, D, L. Parsons. BLHHPY SIDNEY. JATTIE . Rev. Conley who is holding a revival meeting at Brammar Gap Is having much success. The stork visited sMr. and Mrs. C. Qulsenberry and left a fine girl Shir ley Vivian. Miss Arnaleah Snivel was a pleasant guest of Misses Dosha and Grace Ham monds Sunday. . ' Miss Haxel Chafftn of Fallsburg la visiting her siBter, Mrs. C. Qulsenberry. ' MIbs Sarah Hlllman was the guest of Miss Claudia Hammond, last week. Miss Opal Chaffln entertained a crowd of young- folks Sunday evening. Among them were Misses Elisabeth Smith, Hasel Chaffln, Bertha Kitchen, Messrs. C. B. Miller, Dock Stewart, R. B, Hlllman and Jay Smith. All report a good time. Mr. aud Mrs. Alva Bush are vlHltlng in Ashland this week. Mrs. Lafe Webb is calling on her mother- this week, Mrs. Dave Thomp aon. BRIGHT EYES. qarette MANY smokeri prefer it. They 'll find that this compact package of ten Lucky Strike Ggarcttes will jmt suit them. Try them dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for 10 cts; 20 for 20 cts. It's Toasted HULETTE There will be a pie supper' at this place Saturday night, May 14. Girls brings your pies and boys bring your pocketbooks. Several young boys and girl of this place were out kodaking Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ell Moore and children were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nunlcy Sunday. Warren Powers and Bert Hlggens made their regular call at this place Sunday. We are sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. .Martha Moore. ; Miss Amy O'Danlel waa calling on Mis Lucy O Daniel Sunday. .Mi us Madge Wueen of Estep is spend ing the week with ber aunt, Mrs. F. R. Harmon of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Purl Frasher spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Nichols of Catlettsburg.' The sick of our community are Im proving. . i Mr. and Mrs. Thou. Enyart were the dinner guest of Mrs. Cora Cotnpton Sunday, : . Miss Rosa Lnyne was at Louisa Friday. - . - Cyrus Woolen of Lock wood is visit ing relatives at this place. Mra lluma Nunlcy and Julia Adams were calling on Mrs. S. D. Moore: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hutchison and children spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs .1. W. Honaker. Miss Chariene O'Danlel of this place spent last week with Mrs. Everett Moore of Long Branch. There will be church at this place the fourth Sunday afternoon and night by Bro. Harvey. A WISE GUY FALLSBURG There will be prayer meeting at this place every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Come and bring some one with you Mr. and Mr. Carl Heahcrlln were calling at Mrs. Jnmes Austin's last week. ' Cecil Mulllns has returned home after a visit at Akron, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cooksey were the dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. L. M Cooksey Sunday. Hobert Skeons and Okley Billups were calling on the.lr best girls Sunday afternoon, , ' Miss Birtle Carter was calling on Miss Marie Webb recently. Mrs. Willie Dyer and Miss Hettle Tomblln attended the funeral of Mrs. John Moore. We are sorry to bear of the death of Allen Casey. A FALLSBURG GUY. CHARLEY Church at Marys Chapel was largely attended Sunday. There will be church at Charley Saturday and Sunday, May 14th and 15th. Everybody Invited Verlie Hayes, Elizabeth Hayes, Ala fair Bollng, Grnydon McGranahan and Herman Hayes attended church at Spencers Sunday. Ella Spencer entertained a large crowd of youngsters Sunday. Ina Spencer and Rosa. Dixon, at tended church at Mary Chapel. Claud Estep and Dee Sartin attend ed church ftt Mary Chapel Sunday. Qraydon McGranahan of Louisa was the week end guest of Herman Hayes, - Miss Sidney Swann of Cordell is visiting relatives at this place. Mr. find Mrs. Roscoe Hayes were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hayes sun day. , , Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Haves and daugh ters and Mr. and Mra John Hayes Jr. were out car riding Sunday, U. S. Swan and family motored to Spencers church Sunday.' Billy, the little son of Mr. and Mrs, W.' M. Chapman, Is seriously ill. Willie Swetnam of Wilbur passed down our creek Monday en route to iKlse. ' , E1XJISE PRINTER Several attended church at this pluce Sunday. -. Dr. Walker Stumbo succeeded In getting all his Umber out and rafted durlnir the recent high water, Hiram Saulsbury was in Plkevllle this week on business. T n Hrown. superintendent of the mine at this place, was visiting home felks at Chestnut Sunday. Adam Halbert made a business trip to Huntington, W. Va, last week. ' Walter Stuinbo was calling on Miss Lutle Spurlock last Sunday. Geo. D. Brown called on Miss Topsy Saulsbury Sunday., jkkjs CHEROKEE People of our community are busy planting corn. Mrs. Julia Penrod has been visiting ber aunt, Mrs. N. Kitchen. Miss Edna Butler and Haley Murphy were calling on the Parker g,ria bun day. ' ' ' julte a number of boys and girls were out kodaking Sunday. . Mlaa Gladys Boggs will start Thurs day for Ironton, Ohio, where sbe will be operated upon. Mrs. W. P. Hylton Is improving very slowly. Sheridan Hyllwn of Lundale, W. Va., has been visiting his grandparents of this place. Miss Pearl Wells and son Forest Jr. have been visiting Mra. Albert Ward. The birthday dinner given by Mrs. Nerrle Kitchen for Rev. J. H. Houck was quite a success. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aleander, Rev. John Houck and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Tottun, G. W; Rogers and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ferguson and Ned Policy and son Willie. All report a nice time. " , There will be church here next Sat urday night and Sunday. TOOTS AND CASPER. PRICHARD, W. VA. f Rev. Farley preached a very Inter esting sermon here Sunday night. . Dr. W. T. Davis of Royalton, III., and Mrs. R. B. Clark of Naugatuck, W. Va., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Davis of this place. Mrs. Sadie McKlng of Kenova was visiting her sister, Mrs. Stratton of this place. Miss Nannie Ellen Fry who is at tending school at Huntington, spent the week end at home. ; Quite a number attended church on Hurricane Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatton were calling on Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith have moved to Pebbles, Ohio. Butler Davis and Ed Cane are at tending court this week. A, M. Honaker and daughter made a business trip to Chlnnvlllo last week. E. A. Colltnsworth Is numbered among the sick this week. Mr. Butler Davis had for dinner guests Sunday Misses Pattie and Nan nie Ellen Fry of this place, Mrs. K. B, Clark of Naugatuck, and Dr. W. T, Davis of Royalton, Illinois. TWO CHUMS. MANCO, Pike County The weather Is gloomy but the hills are green. , The mines are running but the prices have changed. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb and two little boys are visiting borne folks near Louisa this week. A tribe of Redmen was instituted at Ilelller recently. Several miners left here soon after the reduction of wages, but are return ing to thir Job again. Mrs. J. W. Webb is still on the sick list but slowly Improving. G. H. Castle was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Andy Webb recently. ' Sunday School is largely attended by the children .of the city. .. The farmer is some belated on ac count of wet and oold weathor here. - Fruit Is mostl killed here by the latf winter In springtime. It looks very strange to see so many people wrapped up in winter overcoats and the mountain sides so green, a good tire burning in each home Instead of a fan- SUBSCRIBER, MORGAN CREEK Hobert Carter returned home Sat urday from Greenup, where - he had been Waiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Carter. Earl Diamond of Huntington, is vis iting relatives here. ; Mr. and Mrs, John Savage were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Savage of Savage Branch. We are sorry to hear of the death of Allen Estep. Harve Carter of Fallsburg was call Ing on his father Thursday. Ollle Short of Yateaville, attended Sunday School here Sunday. . Mrs. .1. Y. Carter has returned home from Huntington. Miss Myrtle Rice was shopping at Yatesvllle Saturday. Quite a few boys and girls of this place expect to attend church at Green Valley Sunday. Mary and Julia Edith Savage have returned home from Borderland. Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes and lit tie daughter of Windy Ridge spent Sunday evening with Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Carter. John Bradley was on our creek re cently. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Adkins were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Adkins Saturday and Sunday. Wayne Hughes was a caller at Will Rice's one day last week. Mrs. Maggie Clark made a trip to Louisa Saturday. Grover Bradley who hos been quite ill -with fever, is Improving. - Chester Diamond called at J. Y. Car ter's Thursday. There wll lbe church here Monday night after the third Sunday In this month by Rev. Bro. Harvey. Every body remember and come. DARDANELLA. Yes it can be dyed cleaned That last yaw, suitor drasa can ba saada fa appsar Bka am. Sand K pai-cal poat ta-tJay. Swiss Cleaners & Dyers aba ai at ; . .- u!, k. Wraps, Stalls and Dresses at Decided Bargain Prices Every woman in need of a wrap, suit or dress owes it to herself to see these wonderful values offered in our showing; of ultra smart new styles. The New Suit Prices Entire showing of ultra smart new spring styles to go on sale at unequalled value-giving prices. Triootlnes, Polret Twills, Men's Wear Serge, Etc,, and every model a fashion hit. For your convenience these suits will be arranged in four groups at the following special prices: , ; ; GROUP ONE Special at . . GROUP TWO-- Special at , GROUP THREE Special at GROUP TOUR Special at . The New V Prices Chamoistines, Bolivia,; Normandy, Suede Cords, Velour and Satins, divided into four lots at the following special prices: LOT ONE Special at LOT TWO Special at LOT THREE Special LOT FOUR Special at The New Dress Prices Featuring the fashion's most exclusive new. spring and summer models. . Shown in Taffetas, Canton Crepe, Satins, Georgettes, etc. Side draped, tunic paneled and all .the newest designs, trimmed in the latest effects. Both women's and misses' siies, arranged in four groups at the following prices: GROUP ONE Special at . GROUP TWO Special at . . GROUP THREE Special at GROUP FOUR Special at : Sale of Children 's Coats Sizes 2 to 16 years. Smart new spring models fashioned from Velours, I'olo Cloth, Serges and Mixtures, also silks, at the following re duced prices: . . $6.75 & $7.75 values ... . . .i . $8.90 & $9.00 values :,U . $11.45 & $12.90 values . ..... .. .... . . . $13.75 & $15.00 values ' . . . . . . McMahon-bichl Co 1017-1019 Third Avenue , HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA DRY RIDGE Rev. Sylvester Ball preached a very Interesting sermon at Dry idge Sun day evening. Madgle Hays, who has been very low with typhoid fever, la getting better. Mr. and Mrs. Green Berry and daugh ter, Pearl, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mc Cown and daughter, Eva, and a bunch of the neighbor boye were calling on Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Alley Saturday ev ening. ' Quite a large crowd attended Sunday school here Sunday afternoon. - J, W. Ball lost a fine horse Satur day night, Charles Alley was calnaig on Reba Belcher Thursday evening. J. T. Pack and family of Columbus, Ohio, have returned to their home on Blaine. Dave Pack and Gua Jordan called on Byron Martin Sanday. Jim and Robert Carter were visiting their sister, Mrs. Arley Burton at Irad Sunday. , - Andrew Ball passed through here Monday. Andrew Boll and little daughters were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Covey Jor dan Sunday. MAY FLOWER. ZELDA Toney Chaffins returned to his work In West Virginia, having spent Sunday with home folks. Paul Bellomy left for Huntington where he has employment Several of the boys and girls attend ed the circus at Louisa. - - Mrs. Lewis Adkins and son Bruce, are contemplating a visit to Cincin nati. P. C. Layne, C. and O. brakeman waa In Ashland bat week. Steve Curautte, C. and O. fireman, waa visiting friends here Friday. ..$18.75 .,$27.75 ..$35.75 ..$49.75 .. .'. at 1 $21.75 ...$28.75 ...$39.75 ...$49.75 $18.75 $24.75 $29.75 .$38.75 ..$5e)0 ..$7.95 .$10.95 .$12.95 Mrs. Sanders Workman of ,; Ports mouth, is visiting her slxter. Mrs. Joe Stewart and brother, John Chaffin nt this place. ' " Mrs. P, C. Layne and little daughter attended the circus at Ashland last week. Mr. and Mrs, Clayton Jennings are visiting the latter'" parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lakin. 1 1 ' KNOW IT ALL. LAND FOR SALE 442 acres in one mile of two railroads, B. & 0. and D. T. Located on hard road, school in sight, children can come home for dinner, two church housaa close. R. F, D. rout pas the door every day. Will sell entire stock or divide to suit the purchaser. Half down, time on the remainder. About 40 acres of botom land, about 250 acre cleared. Balance in second growth timber, of which a great deal of it is big enough for tie, two veins of coal, about 60 aeres of No. 4 coal, about 45 inches. About 200 No. 3 coal. 30 inches now ready for operation. Will seal or lease coal lands. Building 8 room house, two tenant houses, first class cellar, barn 66x100 feet, hoisting hay fork, double cribs, stock scales, all other out buildings i necessary, nice young orchard of about 1 150 trees. , : t:. ; lhav other farms I' could show you. ' Writ for further Information. ; E. BALDRIDGE R. P. D. No. 2, Box 69 . SOUTH WEBSTER, OHIO