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ATKKiS & VAUGHAN
'- LOUI8A, KENTUCKY
MAIL HERO WALKS
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Near Ft Worth, Texas, the other night, a band of bandits planned
' to hold up a train, kill the mail messenger, and rob the mail car. Know
ing his danger Chief Clerk Page, of the mail .service, took the messen
ger's place. The band was badly shot tip and Page was unbounded.
Picture shows Page (on right) telling the story of the hold-up to Postmaster-General
Will Hays. Two of the robbers were killed by officers
who were concealed on Page's car. ;
COLIE CIRCLE COLUTtW
A COLUMN DEDICATED TO TIRED
MOTHERS AS THEY JOIN THE
HOME CIRCLE AT EVEN
INQ TIDE.
AULD LANQ 8YNE.
It slngeth low In every heart,
W bear it each and all,
A song of those who answer not,
However we may call.
They throng the silence of the breast.
We see them as of yore
The kind, the brave, the true, the sweet
Who walk with us no more.
Tla hard to take the burden up
When these have laid it down. '
They brightened all the joy of life,
They softened every frown.
But, oh, 'Us good to think of them
When we are troubled sore;
- Thanks be to God that such have been,
Although they be no more.
. Mora homelike seems the vast unknown
Sines they have entered there.
To follow them were not so hard,
Whatever they may fare,
They cannot be where Ood is not.
On any sea or shore,
What'er betides, thy love abides,
Our Ood, forevermore.
There ia an old saying whose value
saost people believe, has worn Itself
ut That is: "Every cloud has a all
ver lining." . The truth of the matter
is when we are looking at the cloudy
aide we haven't faith to believe In the
silver linings that other clouds have
had., . ..-..;. .v;V:
Now that you have time just think
f all the clouds that have sailed
across your sky in the past Haven't
they each and every one turned inside
out and spilled a blessing on you?
Cant you trace some good that has
oome to you from each one?
. The shadow cast by some clouds are
very long and you may not be able to
see the silver lining yet but sooner or
later it is bound to, show up. Let
your faith from other tests prove to
you that this will be so.
At one time in our life we knew a
snan whose impatience was his undo
ing. He was a brilliant man but al
ways impossible to work with for he
became unbearably , Impatient with
stnyone who did not see through things
or could not get things accomplished
''-V-. JINGLES
The Jingles of the slelgh-ben is a memory of the past along with other
jingles that are fa rtoo sweet to last but they blessed the hearts that loved
em, with their soul-estrancln" chime, but it seems they weren't Intended to
stand the test of time. ..
. Then, the . Jingle in the pocket which can never be mistook, when a
feller's summer wages overflows his pocket-book. ... It's a Jingle that's
encouragln' but aliens simmers down to melancholy whisper, when a feller
goes to- town. . . . , .- ,-
But the Jingle that entrances, an' surpasses all the rest that furnishes
the music that the people likes the best, that peneraes the capsule of a
toller's inner thirds, is the Jingle of the poet with a satchel-full of words.
LET US TEST YOUR
ATKINS & VAUGHAN
INTO DtvVUi TRAP
as quickly as himself. '
One day he was in an accident and
both limbs were broken. '-. He was in
bed many weeks and he certainly
could see no silver lining in the cloud
that was hanging over him. Not so
his nurse and friends. After the first
terrible fortnight his disposition be
van to improve and he began grad
ually to Improve and he came out of
that experience a changed man. He
had learned the lesson of patience and
he bad learned that no cloud, regard
less of how black It may appear, it
without its silver lining.
HARBOR TALK.
(From The Bookman.)
More lonesome than a lonesome ship
at sea, .
The sailing moon rides beautifully
. by,.
Blown from such purple harbors as
may be .
In unlmaglned corners of the sky.
She ia not careless where she gases
down
On sleepy streets the silver silence
Alls.
Put thoughtful ever of a little town.
And foolish-fond of little, wooded
bills.
Sea-folks are given so to telling tales,
1 think the moon, when she puts In
. at last
May spin story where she reefs her
sails, ' .
And there she talks of shorelands
that she passed
Is all of glimmering meadows, ghostly
still, -
A sleepy town a lonesome
little hill.
David Morton.
The young people of our town who
are attending distant schools and col
leges are now settled down to work
and the old home town win some day
get the reflected glory of their' efforts.
Probably these young people can never
realize until some years from now
when they in their turn see the young
er generation depart for their various
places of learning, just how the old
home town is standing behind them,
ready to condone their faults and
toast -of thejr achievements. We wish
for each and every one of them all the
success and happiness 'here is in life.
CLERK8, 18 upwards, for Postal
Mall . Service. $120 month. Experience
unnecessary. For free particulars of
examinations, write R. Terry (former
Civil Service examiner), 1427 Contl
nental Bldg., Washington, D. C. Jt
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Poem Ip?
Uncle Jolm
EYES
OPTICIANS
YATESVILLE ;
James T. Carter, sns of Tateavllle's
best citizens, is Very low at this writ
ing sad is being taken to a Hunting
ton hospital for an operation.
All indications shew that our much
talked of hard road Is to be a fact,
The camps along the tins are geing up
and ether preparations are rapidly be
lng mad for the commencement st
the grading which, ws are told, will be
pushed along aa rapidly as possible.
The contractor for the bridge to h
built across Blaine at William Sav
age's is to begin work during the
present week. The bard road will not
bit soma of us further back fellows by
a few miles and it will be up to us t
set to work and make us the beat road
possible from our homes to and Inter
sectlng with the hard road at what Is
known aa the Hester Gap.
Owing to the recent rains we have
had, our fall pastures are keeping up
In fine shape. We have a great many
fat cattle in the neighborhood, but they
are not worth anything In comparison
to the prices that were paid for them.
Mrs. Thacker, the aged mother of
Bascom Thacker, has returned from
sn extended visit to her sister on East
Fork.
George Lambert, a pensioner of the
Spanish-American war, was here a few
days' ago on business. OV'
Ben F. Bentley was on Cats fork
straightening up the washed away
telephone poles and lines last week.
Sonnie Carter made a flying trip to
Huntington, W. Va., one day last week.
John M. Bentley, Jr, and family
have moved to Paint Creek, W. Va,
where John has employment
William Bralnard, of saw mill fame.
passed through here en route to Cats
fork Sunday evening.
Quite a number of our laboring class
are expecting a Job on the hard road
or on the grading which the people
think will be started at once.
COUNTRY GREENHORN
Get your toilet articles at ATKINS
A VAUGHAN. ' .
DEEP HOLE
School Is progressing nicely at this
place.
Misses Bertha and Madgle Carter
and brother were visiting their brother
of Louisa Saturday night and Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Preece made
a business trip to Louisa Friday.
Sammie Diamond ia visiting ; his
mother at this place. .
Mrs. John Bays of Ashland has been
visiting Mrs. J. H. Bays of thU place.
Mieses Karen and Virginia Diamond
George and OUver Burchett and Willie
Austin were chestnut hunting with
Wm. Taylor's children and Miss Esta
Taylor who Is visiting Misses Maxle
and Elisabeth Taylor, After enjoying
a One dinner at Wm. Taylor's all went
grape hunting.
Mr. Holbrook was visiting Wm. Tay
lor and Ebon Taylor Sunday.
Mrs.Claudy Taylor was visiting Mra.
Arthur Burchett Sunday.
Miss Emma. Cains was calling on the
Misses Bays Friday night
Lewis Large of Virginia was visit
lng T. H. Burchett Sunday.
George Burchett was visiting De
wltt Diamond Saturday,
Mrs. F. H. Afi
H. Aflatin and son: were
guests of G. P. Church Saturday and
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter of. Mt.
Pleasant were visiting their parents of
this place.
Misses Maxle, Lizzie and Esta Tay
lor, Karen Diamond and Rosa Austin
and Messrs. Willie and Elaworth Aus
tin and Garlen Taylor attended sing
ing at Yatesville Thursday night.
Miss Belva Burchett was shopping
In Louisa Friday. .
Miss Leona Bays was visiting friends
In Louisa Friday.
Mica Virginia Diamond was visiting
the Misses Carter Sunday night
Mrs. Louie Carter and children and
Misses Laura, Cora, Martha and Vir
ginia Carter were visiting Mrs. Dewltt
Diamond and children Sunday.
Mrs. Ira Short of Ashland was vis
iting parents of this place Sunday.
Dewltt Diamond was visiting Mrs.
Minerva Diamond Sunday.
Ray Burchetf was visiting school at
this place last week.
Messrs. Arnorphus and Dova Dia
mond and Bascom and Elmer Carter
visited Rube Roberts Sunday.
Miss Wilma Whltt was the guest of
Misses Karen and Virginia Diamond
Sunday.
There will be church at this place
Sunday evening the 18th by Rev. Mc-
Clung at S o'clock. Everybody come.
MAIDS AND BACHELORS.
FALLSBURG
Miss Elizabeth Austin left Monday
for Ashland where she has a position
as clerk In a store.
Okla Blllups left Monday for Hunt
ington, i
Several of the boys from this place
attended church at Mt. Pleasant last
Saturday night.
Church here every second Sunday.
Miss Fannie Austin was In Ashland
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Shortrldge of
Ashland were visiting her sister, Mrs.
Rose Austin last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Thompson, of
Palntsvllle, came down Monday to
visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Thompson. , RED WING.
BROKEN
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tele Jcfetfcsfc
THE OCEAN HAS A
PERMANENT VJNE THAT
DOESN'T COST $2S
DEEP HOLE
There will be church at this place
Sunday the 16th by Rev. MoClung.'
Miss Leona Bays was visiting Lou
rs Monday and was accompanied
home by Miss Emma Cains.
Miss Esta Taylor of Kenova. W. Va.
is visiting Misses Matle and Llsale
Taylor of this place.
W. M. Holbrook was visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Claud lo Taylor, Sunday.
A large crowd of young folks was
out chestnut hunting Sunday and re
port a nice time.
Dewlt Diamond will move to Brack
Peters farm this week. We regret to
lose such a nice family out of our
neighborhood. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor were vis
iting In Huntington last Sunday.
Dock Rice is on the sick list
Mrs. Esther Crlder has returned
home from a visit to her aged father
at Kermit W. Va. '
BIG JIM.
EVERGREEN,
(Too late for laot week)
Sunday School at this place every
Sunday morning,
Mrs. Clayton Thompson Is some bet
ter at this writing.
Sorghum making Is all the go.
Miss Lou' Moore spent Sunday with
her cousin, Sue Thompson.
We are sorry to hear of the death of
Mrs. Jas. Miller. The bereaved have
our sympathy.
Fred and George Plckleslmer and
Mr. and Mrs. Blrchel Helton and little
daughter spent Sunday with Mr. Lace
Thompson and family.
Arlle Martin and Johnle Damron
were calling on Ray Thompson Sunday.
O. I. C. U. :
Wa mske bsd wstches keep
good
ims. ATKINS A VAUOMANi
FITCH
James Lytle and wife of this place
have moved to Brownwood, Missouri.
Tom Stacy of Trlplett was the din
ner guest Saturday of Harve Planck.
Misses May and Dessie Planck spent
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Llllle Gul
ley. Frank Oulley and wife of Winches
ter. Ind., have returned home after vis
iting relatives at this place.
'Miss Llszle Leedy, who was tea su
ing the Flat Fork school Is very poor
ly with typhoid fever.
Paul Fitch spent Sunday with Ern
est Planck. ; LONESOME KID.
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CM-TWOHT tgJ1 PUP WTCAM C CO .
LENSES DUPLICATED
iriresw
tXTCS P. VAITPHAV J
ATKINS & VAUGHAN
PROHIBITION DOESNT PREVENT INTOXICATION
JATTIE
Meeting was largely attended Sun
day night. Rev, Roland Hutchinson
preacher. ... .
Misses Elisabeth . and Ruby and
Messrs. Jay and Leonard Watson were
visiting on Caney Fork Sunday.
Brother Eli Roberts preaches at the
Holiness church ones a month, .
Little Ansll Bhlve attended the
meeting and baptising Sunday at
Webbvllle.
Meeting second Saturday night and
Sunday at the Methodist church by
Bro. Roland Hutchinson.
School la progressing- nicely with
Herbert Hewlett teacher.
Mrs. B. B. Wells, Mrs. J. H. Hlllman
and Lolan Hlllman were shopping Sat
urday. Bessie and Jessie Dalton are expect-
lng to pay friends a visit at this place,
L. B.
Furniture fee Home
We can save you money on fur
nishings of almost any kind for
the home, from the "big house
to the kitchen." Give us a chance
l:
F. Wellmai
Successor to Louisa Furniture & Hardware C
.
-THERE'S A REASON"
Quality Service
DRY CLEANING
DYEING
ALTERING
f(0
PARCEL POST
WE PAY RETURN CHARGES
MOST MODERN AND
Did UliUAJNliNli rJLAJYl ITi STATi luff
SOLD On EASY Payments
Brunswick Talking: Machine
amis & vaughaii
LOUISA, KENTUCKY
BLAINE
(Too late for last week)
Mra. Allls Boggs Is improving after
several weeks Illness.
Miss Anna Philips has returned from
Portsmouth after a few days' visit
Mr. and Mrs. Lafs Griffith spent
Sundsy with Mrs. MelUs Boggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffith and
sons, Clyde and Elmer, were the guests
of Mr. and Mra. W. S. Edwards Sun
day.. Miss Elisabeth Berry spenf Saturday
night with Miss Nellie Berry.
Kmory Fannin and Joe Boggs at
tended singing at Martha Sunday.
Miss Kirs Edwards spent Saturday
night with Mlases Ethel and Opal
Kases... '
Henry Sparks was the guest of his
sister. Mrs. O. B. Kases. 1
- Willis Bernett and Eurah Hays wers
at W. 8. Edwards Hunday afternoon.
SWEETIE.
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514 ATIUiVl
HUNTINGTON, W. VA
SANITARY"

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