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DY NEWS pagd tiir: V-'Jccn rc'J cno be J cf sv. Cull Durham -t. TOBACCO DENNIS Hi-haol is progressing nicely. , ' Dennlt Kitchen left Monday for Van W. Vs., where he hu employment. . Miss Shirley Webb was the gueat of - Evuioh Cvrdcil Sunday. " . : Hfveral from here attended the turn. -tlvnl at Green Valley Saturday night? ',Mne ' Grn Valley Sunday, FALLSBURG School began Wednesday With Oar land Webb teacher. , - . Key. John Moore failed to fill hie ap pointment here Sunday. Mrs. A. Colllnsworth and daughter. Mra. Pluma Damron, spent a few dayi I with Mrs. Jay Colllnsworth of Louisa I last week. Several from here attended the quar terly meeting at Evergreen. Bill Dyer ia some better. . Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Skeens, a line boy. Dr. W. A. Rloe and family spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cains. Homer Ekers was calling on hla best 1 girl Sunday. Ben Caines and wife of Cattlettsburg are visiting Mrs. W. M. Savage of this I place. , ' . ; ' Mra. Dora, Jordan Is very sick at this writing. ,' I Llge Rupe has moved -into the house I vacated by John Jordan. Prank Crank and family of Normal are visiting Mrs. Ida Carter. L. N. Hutchison Is preparing to dig I a well at the parsonage this week. . Rev. E. A, Klncaid will preach here the second Sunday In th!s month. Ernest Jordan made a business trip to Ashland Monday. '.'".' Mrs. L. V. Calnea who hat been sick for the past few weeks Is abla to bel out again. . , ' . Hasel Jordan will visit relative at Normal aoon, ... The Fallaburg ball team mot Bolts I Fork ball team at Green Valley Sun day and had a very interesting game. - Martha Ramey visited her sister. Wary Rupe rreily. . Several from here went to the ball I THE U.S. NOBBY TREAD Where the going is specially heavy with snow, mod or sand, in hilly, country where maximam erection on the road is a factor, no other tire tread yet devised ia quits to effective, or to -wholly approved by motoring opuv ion, as the U. & Nobby Tread. Its very simplicity three row of diagonal knobs, gripping the road . ia the mult of all the rears of U. & Robber experience with a very type of road the world over, . Aabrrry Holton, our traveling sales man, passed here Monday. . Miss Matle and Parla Blankenshlp were here Sunday. Everybody seemt to be employed In digging wells. Necessity ia the moth er of Invention and dry weather hat caused a scarcity of water. The Fallsburg boys came out and crossed beta wMH our boys In a ball game. Score to 7 In favor of Oreen Valley. ' Wm. Ptlnce and family spent Bun day with Will Ekers. Merle Kitchen , left recently for a visit with relatives at Ashland. Hobart Bralnard of Huntington waa! here Saturday. - j Mrs. Mlntle Rice waa calling 00 Mrs. I Jus. Christian Saturday. Mist Violet Rice and Bertha Hutch inson attended choir practice at Olio villa Wednesday night. - Ma. Auatln Bentley of Ratcllff vis ited her parents here last week. Mrs. M. Corbln and two children of Hamilton, O, are visiting at A. J. Cooksey'a. 8. D. Wooda of Tuscola attended the ball game Sunday. Ben and Jay Vanhora of Two Mile were calling on friends here Sunday. Shade Chaff) n, Jr., vished hla sister Elva here Tuesday. Aunt Harriet Christian .who has been sick so long ia no better. There will be an Ice cream featival and pie social at this place Saturday night. August ' 20, proceeds for our school. - We sollolt the help of all who will Miu. HRLEAI AND BALLY Wa wish to change the date of the I pie social here aa It will not be until the third Saturday night In this month. Everybody come and bring a pie. i ro-1 ceeda lor the benefit of the church. RED WING. IX MATTIE James Berry and Mlaa Louarfa Moore were married on Thursday morning of last week. They are highly respected young people and tholr many friends wish them much Joy. " ' C. C Hays and son made trip to Ohio laat week. Dewey Moore la visiting relatives at Waverly, Ohio. t IV Rail anil wife anil Mra. At Rail were vlalting-relatlves at Ad ams Sunday laat The Ice cream featival at this place was Inrcelv attended Saturday nurht Mrs. Roy Hays and little ton of Wll bur spent Saturday night and Bunday with Mra. C. C. Hays, cnariey aioore 01 Louisa moiorea to this place and back Sunday morning. Alma, Jottls and Estill Hays and Mrs. Carrie Hays and little son spent Sunday afternoon with B. F. Moore. WilMe Moore attended church at Evenrreen Sunday. Allle Edwards and wife and Minnie Moore and little ton were visiting rel ativea In Louisa laat of the week. Fred Short, wife and children were vlKiiing Mrs. Kate Wilson of Louisa Fmdny and Saturday. Willie Borders of this place Is teach Ing school at. Walbrldge. : J. Ia, nwre qi rauauurs is iiuiu lng a revival meeting ait thla place. O. V. Ball, 8r, and Jay Moore, wife and children were Sunday dinner guests of B. F, Moore and family. ' MRS. GRUNDY. fTTT U TT WHAT TniS LADY HAS TO SAY ; Louisa, Ky., June 13, 1021. Atkina & Vaughan, Louisa, Ky. Gentlemen 1 . i I suffered with my eyes for ssversl months and had a con stant headache. I did not ot relief until I came to you and had my eyes examined and glass es fitted. My eyes are very muoh Improved now and I do not have the haadaohe any mere unless I ge without my glasses. . I am vary grateful for the re lief that I got and will recom mend any one who has bad eyes to you. Yours truly, MRS. DELLA THOMP80N, Louies, Ky, R. D. No. 1. Cc:r.e in and Let us Examine Your Eyes and Fit Yea With Glasses in 5 ie JEWCLERS, WATCHMAKERS AND OPTICIANS LOUISA, . KENTUCKY blaine J. H. Stambaugh held meeting at I Blaine last week. Church was largely attended. Arthur Stambough and family of I LucasvlUe, Ohio, have been visiting hit I mother, Mrs. Atafalr Stambaugh ofl this place. - Alto, his old home in John-1 son county. He claimed nothing look ed natural but the old chimney. Walter and Arthur Stambaugh and families have returned to their home I In Lucaaville, Ohio. Mrs. O. B. Kasee has returned home. She has been visiting her brother, H. H. Sparks In Louisa. M. L. and L R. Stambough and fam ilies, Mrs. Alafalr Stambough and Miss I Rhoda.West attended church at Blaine 8unday, We are glad of the good rains. Crops I are looking fine. School is largely attended at Knob I Branch, , . TWO CHUMS. THAT DULL ACHING STOP and talk to the next man you see with U. S. Tires on his car. Ask him why. Most likely youll hear an inter esting story about his tire experi , ments before the answer was ; found. Money wasted. Promises unkept Trouble on the roadhu morous to every one except the man who went through it ' " . Finaily U. S. Tires. And U. S. Tires ever since. Perhaps it's the experience of U. S. Tire buyers that makes them more em phatic in their preference than ever this year. :- , ; When these men ha tried most everything , by the way of "staggering bargains", "hurrah discounts", "discon tinued lines at less" and so forth they know what not to get ' They want a fresh, Jive tire. With a good reputation That's everything it says r it is. With the people behind it who back it up. There are 93 U. S. Factory Branches. Your local tl.- S. Dealer is drawing upon them continually to keep his stocks sized up, complete to give you service. 1 Whenever he gets one or a hundred tires from a It. S. Factory Branch, they are newly made this season's tires. Sold to you at a iief price. Full values. Square-dealing. ' A reputable maker. A reputable dealer. . The whole transaction, as befits the leadership of the oldest and largest rubber organization in the world. : "Stop amf raft to th Dart 1 with U & Tin ea j Don't worry and complain about a bad back. Get rid of itl For weak kidneys, lame and achy backs, your neighbors recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor 1 Read this statement. 1 .. W. EX Wiley, farmer. Boi 13. White- house. Ky, says: Doan's Kidney PiUs are certainly all right, for I have treat ed with Uiem on different occasions nd they always relieve me. My back at times, has ached for quite s spell snd there would be a dull kind of ache 'right across the center of my back. Many a day I had to give up my work on the farm and go and lie down. I was so sore and lame I would have to go about with a cane. I also had blinding dlssy spells and things ap peared dark in front of me. My kid neys ware Irregular in action, the ac cretions would paaa too frequently; then again would be scanty and pain ful. 1 tried most everything I heard of for relief, but Doan's Kidney Pills "were the only remedy I ever found to reach my caae. After using two box es I was cured and put In good shape for work. I couldn't recommend a bet ter remedy for kidney trouble than Doan's Kidney Pills. , 10c, at all dealers. Foeter-Milburn Co, Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T. ' , ' United States Tires - ere Good Tires . U. S. USCO TREAD U.S. CHAIN TREAD U.S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD U. S. RED & GREY TUBES ;..U f. t i rv AUGUSTUS SNYDER, LOUISA, KY. M;S. HOY, FORT GAY, W. VA. ADELINE Singing here every Bunday at nine 'clock a. m. Several from this' place attended the fa at fatlnttahlira lnaf WAolr - . There was a picnic at the sulphur I " , ,,; u""t evening with Miss Virgle Cordle. . Misses Sylvia and Ada Steele were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Fred Steele one day last week. ; School is progressing nicely with Lento Arrington teacher. " Lunda Gartin spent Saturday night with Jim Bryant , Miss Opal Baker was the pleasant gueat of Mlas Pluma Prince Saturday night Miss Kola Cordle was the pleasant dinner guest of her sister, Miss Vlr spring Sunday. Mrs. Mary Straughan and son, and Mlas Pearl Queen of Ashland are vis iting relatives at this place. ' Mr. and Mrs, Caaper. Miller and lit tle daughter were the Bunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hence Vanhorn. John Elswick made bis regular call at Fred Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ballard, after an extended visit with the tetter's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Bellomy, have returned to their home at Iron- ton, Ohio. 1 . ; ' : Nora White was the dinner guest of Miss Anna Humphrey Sunday. Several from Tyree will attend the children's day services at Buchanan Sunday, Mrs. Johnie Robinett has returned to her home near Catlettsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Curtla White, Sr., and family were . the Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humphrey James Ball was a visitor at A. H. Rice's Sunday. Alias Carrie Presley after apendlng a week with her aunt, Mra. Ltndsey Fannin of Culbertaon, has returned home. , Arthur White was calling on his best friend at Buchanan Sunday. . Sunday achool every Sunday at p. m. REMEMBER ME. CORDELL Arlte. Holbrook of Hicksville was calling at this place Saturday and Sunday. . 1 Mlas Nannie Steele hat left for Bor ders Chapel where she la teaching school. MrB. Ross Baker and children who have been visiting relatives have re turned home. Lunda llaker, who is teaching Bchool at Charley paid home folks a visit Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mollis Griffith spent Saturday Miss Virgle Norrls spent Saturday with Miss Ruth Moore. Miss Lydla Osborn is Visiting rel atlves at Blaine this week. There will be a pie social at this place Saturday night. Everybody in vlted to attend. Mrs. U T. Griffith Is visiting her daughter, Mra. Hubert Arrington this week. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Wheeler and children were visiting A. J. Oreen Sat' urday night and Sunday. Mrs. Isaao Moors wa athe pleasant dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cordle Sunday. . . . Mrs. Arthur Bayea of Hellier is ex pected to visit friends and relatives at this place soon. Miss Virgle Cordle, Lexle and Mex- le Baker and Miss Opal Baker were out, kodaking Saturday evening. TWO CHUMS EAST POINT : School is progressing' nicely with Mr. Roberts and Miss Ward as teach ere. The Wayland ball team played Aux- ler Sunday. The score was t and 4 In favor of Auxler. Several from this place attended the show at' Auxler Saturday night. Mrs. J. C. B. Auxler and daughter are at Prestonsburg this week. Martha Ramey of Prestonsburg was visiting home folks Friday night. Miss Irene Music, who has been very sick Is some better. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burchett were visiting Mra. Burchett's parents Sun day. Miss Lora Ramey of Chicago ia vis iting home folks. Miss Susie Baldrldge waa the all nlKht guest of May-Ramey Saturday. Misses Mary Luck and Lora Ramey were calling on Bayes Ramey and wife Monday at Auxler. 2 CHUMS. X3LENW00D & TRINITY ? Rev. Hutchison is conducting a ser ies of meetings at Trinity M.E.Church which will probably continue for ten days.. .. -. ' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Colley came up from Oreenup and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller. . Misses Grace Belcher, Monnle Hand ley and Homer O'Neal were out mo toring Sunday. . , . Dewey Taylor has accepted a posi tion in Huntington, W. Va. Misses Wlllla Taylor and Norma Taylor were Sunday guests of rel atives at Baker. Miss Nannie Fay Rucket- was visit ing Joy Miller Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Tobe French and son were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Belcher Sunday. Messrs. Wm. Taylor and Homer O' Neal spent Sunday at G. W. Handlers Mrs. Vincent Belcher and daughter. Joyce of Cleveland, O., have returned to their home after spending several weeks with Q. B. Belcher and family, Mr. and Mra. W. W. Cains are ex pected to visit home folks soon. Mrs. Paul Copley was visiting Mrs. Walter Miller Sunday. Misses Mabel and Luclle Lakin and Henry Shortrldge were at Glenwood laat week.. - WH1TB BOB CAT. GALLUP There will be church at this place Sunday morning and night Everyone attend If possible. Prayer meeting every Thursday night Raymond Roberta of Huntington is visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Hazel Chapman of Ashland la visiting in this community. Miss Luclle McClure of Torchlight -attended churlh here Sunday night. Miss Ethel Belcher made a business trip' to LoulBa Monday. Sheridan Dobbins returned home af ter staying over Sdnday in eur community. Labe McClure has been visiting here. Mrs. J. P. McClure ia very low with typhoid fever at this writing. Miss Audrey Chapman of Charley has been visiting friends here. Mrs. W. T. Belcher and Mrs.' Don Dnmron were calling on Mrs. J. P. Mc Clure Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carey are vislt- inp their home folks. BLACK EYES. LOWMANSVILLE There was a large crowd attended the children's day exercises at this place Sunday. - . School began at this place July 27 with a large attendance and Willie H.. Moore aa teacher. . .-v. Mrs. Henry Griffith and sister, of Blaine, were visiting friends at this place Saturday and Sunday. . : Mrs. Nellie Chandler of Ashland Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Chandler at present""'" Gladys Young, Mona and Cecil Boyd of Ashland, are visiting relatives at this place. - .- ,. . Sherman Lyons and wife of Louisa attended the children's day Sunday, Also, visited relatives at this place, . Miss Beatrice Allen, who has been visiting relatives and friends at this place has returned to her home at Cat lettsburg. Willie Fay Allen and Gypsie Brown of Patrick and Paintsvllle, visited school one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfteld Stambough of Tom's creek visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler Saturday and Sun day. . M AND SLIM. DONITHON Little Miss Nannie Wallace, daugh ter of Millard Wallace, Is In a hospital in Plkevllle having her -eyes treated. - Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and MUs Mary attended church at Cherryvllle Sunday. . . , , . Mrs. Armanda Rltteubury. who has been very ill for a few weeks still con tinues in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. James Lemaster spent Saturday night at Cherryvllle the guests of relatives. Mrs. Nannie Heltsley and little Miss Mary are spending some time with rel atives at Blocton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maynard went to Louisa Monday. After a two weeks vacation with home folks here Arthur Wallace re turned to Williamson Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs.-Clyde Maynard and children of Pond oreek were the week end guests of relatives hers. MIsHes Mattle and Arson Chapman and Mrs. Billupa of Fort Gay were horseback riding through our valley one day last week. Miss Dona Moore Is visiting her sis ter at the Falls. SMILEY. . 1 OBTAINS MORE GAS DATA. Conditions in Mingo county, West Virginia, were such that he could not make an investigation of the gas fields in that section, said William O. Klelne, olty electrician, yesterday, imon hla r. turn to Cincinnati. He made a study 01 the eras fields in tha w..rn of West Virginia with officials of the Columbia Gas Company, and data ob tained by him will be submitted to the Council Committee on Light for its use in determining the new ran ""rate Cincinnati Enquirer. McCOY IS HELD IN MURDER OF JURIST Kermit W. Va.. Julv 8 .T t m Coy. of Floyd-co.. Ky., was taken Into custody yesterday by a posse and la ter released under bond of 120.000. In connection with an Investigation Into the death of Judge John McCoy, elgii-ty-three years old, his cousin. The murdered man formnriv wns Judge of the Martin-co., Ky court. He also served four years as county sur veyor, uuring the Civil war he was a sergeant in the Fifth Virginia in. fantry. The arrest of the murdered man'a cousin was effected after members of" the posse had maintained an all-niwht vigil at his home in Floyd-co. FINE FARM FOR SALE 565 acres, on Twelve Pnle. 4 miles from Wayne. Hard road being built through it. Graded school on Dlace. 4 miles . from ' high school. About 35 acres bottom, 150 acres timbered, remainder in grass, all well watered. 600 select fruit trees. Eiht room residence, one tenant house, 2 barns, other neces sary buildings, cellar, ga rage and stock scdes, acte lene light plant. 10 miles from Fprt Gay. Easy ten-.;? of payment. Apply to G. WORKMAN, Echo, V. 4t-tO OH' 'J