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Friday, Octobtr PPJCIIARD, W. VA. The donth angel visited the home of James Henaley and took hi wife. The bereaved family has the sympathy of .J the writer. : i Jirnest Davla and wife of Ports- mouth,- Ohio,- visited the latter'a pa- i BIG SANDY NEWS 11- 4 Nashua Grey Cotton iifankets Special . . . . , , . . . . ... v.. . . . ys. . .-.$1.98 12- 4 Nashua Cotton Blankets In white, grey and . ftan. Special 64x76 W o b 1 n a p Blank e t s In tan pnly. Special . . . . . (. . . -. ; ,$3.48 66x80 W o o 1 n a p P I a i d Blanke ts Beau tiful assortment of colors. - Special . : . : . $4.48 66x80 Wool and Cotton Plaid Blankets--In blue, pink and tan Special . ': . . . ; . . ' . . . . . . $4.58 191 WaaI A.n - Blankets A 1 1 W 6 O Special . : . . . 66x80 Woolen Biankets 72x84 Coraf orters-Clean covered. " Soecial-. . .'. . A Our stock Of comforts is most complete including a selection which will be pleasing to the most disr criminating housewife. , In the assortment are many handsome comforts finished in silkaline or silk filled and .silk covered with many: wool and cotton filled. Prices range from. . . .$2:98 $9.90; McMli-Meili Cd : 1017-1019 Third Avenue HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA BLAINE Ji. large number of peohle were at this place. Saturday to hear Wm. Cains ' and other republican candidates speak. "J. T. Swetnam is still verf low with typhoid fever. - , ,-- y i Shirley, the little daughter of Mr. and Mra. M. It. Bates, has typhoid fe ver, v,, v . ; ,:' C V. Berry is very sick wtth blood poison - caused by an Injury to his toe while at work. The toe has been am putated but he stIU continues very ill. Miss Pearl Bates came home Satur day to see- her sister who 4s sick. . 'John Swetnam has returned from Ohio after spending 'a few days with hi -sister. -Mrs. M. M. Walters spent the past week with friends and relatives In Ma goffin county.'.'".".-. .' f- !'-, - Mlsa Blanche Osborn was the week-:- USt Af her cousin, Miss Ella Jay Hewlett. .. ' " .. E. C. Berry Is having quite a lot of concrete work done which adds much tq the looks of his place. ' X T Z. WltLiAlI HOWARD TAtT haft been honored with positions which , our country could give , him. - The former president asr Chief , Justice, of the United States Supreme -Court has taken the oath to see justice done to rich and, poor alike. , , , i But are you doing justice to yourself and those who may be dependent on you? You are; not unless you' are pro- tecting yourself with a bank account. I" ' ,.' '"j,r .... ' .T. .'.$2.98 . . . ... - $9.90 Special. ; . . . . $6.98 cotton filled. Silkaline . . ii '. . i . . ... .$2.98 , ; EVERGREEN- The people of our community have been very busy digging their potatoes as uid jack lias- been making his calls. Several of the boy and girls were out horseback riding Sunday after noon. ' ' S'M '..--- The stork visited- the home of' Jim Moore and wife and left a big boy. School -Is progressing nicely at this place.- .... Neal Moore, and family were the dlrmer guests Sunday of home folks.,. Mrs. Ettie Martin entertained a large crowd of friends and 'relative Friday in honor of her husband, Byron Mar tin's 66th birthday. A" nice dinner was served. Several presents were receiv ed. A lovely day wm -spent and all re port a nicer time. . Mr.' Martin 1 one of our old neighbors and we wish hi old days to be his happiest ones. - - .i-Arlie Martin . and i Violet Robert b were out horseback riding Sunday at tornoon. -- ?. i- , ; J Remember; prayer - meeting ' every Thursday night OLD BLACK JOB. the two; highest Emery Noel made a trip to William,' son Monday. I Mary fcllin Fry la vlsltlnc home folks this week. : Mary Hatten of Huntingtoa wai calling- on Ernest Davis of this place Sunday. - - - k I George Southworth of tronton, O. , was calling on the Frlchard boys Suti' 'day. .v.- .". - . E. A.Co111nsworth'and family mo , tored to Ashland Sunday. , 1 Mrs. Frank Ollkerson and children were visiting home folks Sunday, Raymond Burk waa calling: on Mine Warden Sunday. Lem Christian made a trip to Hunt lngton laat week. , Bud Hurt and wife were visiting home fplks at Buchanan Saturday and Sunday. TWO CHljMS, ENOVA, W. VA. Mrs. Walter Carey la visiting her daughter and sons In Detroit, Mich. . M. E. Retchum has resigned his po sition as federal prohibition offdcer to take charge of his garafte on Twelfth street. ' Fred Perry, chief deputy sheriff, has also resigned. ' Mrs. Charles Spencer has returned home to ArgelUe after an extended vis it to her mother, Mrs. J. 8. Croesen. .Miss Beatrice Hughes is recovering from a, slight attack of tonatlltls. . Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Cook paid home folks a brief visit at Weiston O., last week.- The Breece Manufacturing Co., Is In stalling a rotary, veneer machine in their factory, one of, the largest of the kind In the country. ' Bud Wickllne was a business visitor In Kenov - Monday. . Fred Perry, formerly a deputy shrr Iff has Joined the.atate constabulary. Opossum hunting time is here and "Mr. and Mra. J. F. Webb have Just re turned from Fort Gay with two nlcrf opossums while Mr. and Mra. Charies Davis returned from a vtoit to their daughter with a nice fat one. Loralne Wickllne was' visiting tn ' Ashland and lronton Sunday. - Mrs. John Sutfln was calling on her sister at Ashland, Ky, Tuesday.: Qrandma and grandpa Hughes are gathering their potatoes and .. vege tables preparing for the -hard - winter that haa been forecasted. Mr. Russell (Buch) Wallen. our ath letlo champion waa seen on our streets today, being challenged to a 10 round bout by dad Hughes., COP. Old iawslry mad new.- ATKINS A VAUGHAN. i . SMOKY VALLEY Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dla mond, a line girl. - Miss May 'Skaggs was visiting rel atlves and friends at this place. Satur. day and Sunday. Miss Artie. Hoi brook was a week end visitor to her sister at. Oak Hill Saturday; v 1 The Uttle son of Harrison Roberts is very ill. Miss Beulah Muncy waa calling on Jim Hays passed this way Monday Aiferi Hutchison, Martin Adams and Mlsa Mona Plgg were calling at Misses Fletchor"s Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ambrose Hay waa calling - on relatives at Louisa Sunday. - . Miss Christina Diamond was calling on her cousin, Miss Marie Tackntt Sat urdav. - : " Miss Laura Belle Carter waa calling on her slater, Mrs. Ltsxie Meade Sat urday night- 1 . . Miss Marie Tackett was caHIng 0.1 her grandparents Saturday night. ... Mrs. Burnam Roberts' was calling on Mrs. Grant Roberts Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Hoy of Maiie, who has been very ill and waa brought to her father's home from Louisa Is now bet' feu v-' ' . i . -'. Pauline Diamond ' left this,, place Monnay-nivrniiiK titt OH Springs. - - Mrs. Robt. Williamson and Mrs. Wil lie Hall were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Miles, Sunday' " ' Church at this place every Sunday afternoon at J:0.. Everybody come, . TWO SCHOOL GIRLS. HITCIIINS Bro. Lambert preached1 very Inter esting sermon at this place Thursday night 1 ; ". "' Mrs.' John Fields and Miss Lona Sav age brought their school together last Friday and had an old time spelling match. ' Miss Lona s won by a large majority. ' : ': ' Mrs. Will . Bellomy's' baby, Agnes Evelyn, haa been very 111, but Is some better at this writing. ' J. E. Fields has been confined to his home for about' three weeks. He is able to be out again. Mrs. Nan Flemmlngs, May Vincent and Mra. Jennie Blankenshlp attended Sunday school at Russell chapel Sun day,' - - , Hltchins and Greenup played ball Sunday. Greenup won by a score of 1 to 0. " . - ; LOWMANSVTLLE . School . began here : again Monday with Willie Moore teacher. We "hope much good will be done. . Mis Maridy Lyons took dinner with Miss Arnelvia Bkaggs Sunday. . Miss. Mildred Chandler Is nd better at this writing. , " ' Miss Grade Hannah was the over night guest of Miss Mildred Chandler Sunday. ; Misses Linda Young and Esta Brown took dinner with Miss Gladys Hatfield Sunday; ' . Mr. and Mi4. Brack Skagg were vis iting Mr. and Mra. Wtm. Skagga Sun day. ! , ' Mrs. Mary tjatfi'eld Is visiting her daughter at Ulysses.' ' Mrs. Lyda Debord was calling on Mrs1. Dora Hatfield Sunday. Mrs. Mlntle Brown waa visiting Mrs. Rosa Hatfield Sunday. Mrs. Lyda Chandler took dinner with Mrs. Alice Hatfield Sunday. ' . SLIM. 1 Me-6my, Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip under your hat that this is the open season to start something with a joy'us jimmy pipe and some Prince Albert! m Because, a pipe packed with Prince Albert satisfies7 a man as he was never satis fied before and keeps him satisfied! And, you can prove it! Why P. A.'s flavor and fragrance and - coolness and its freedom mm the KERMIT, W. VA. Oscar Perham has moved Into bis new home at Wartlxld, Ky. Jack Crutcher and Oscar Moore, of Louisa, Ky, were In town Monday. Eula Colliers, who underwent an op eration at Kessler-Hatfield hospital In Huntington is improving. Walter Cains received very serious injuries when the car he waa riding In went orer thj high bank at Lower Burning creek. Rudolph Hale was with him, but somehow escaped In jury. . 1. Lee Baach attended the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. at Huntington last week. Mrs.W. F. Taylor returned home Friday from Huntington where she at tended the Rebeknh axaembty of the State of West Virginia, of Odd Fel lOWa. "'. ',; . .. .. Bllf Gordon and LISl Maynard slipped off to Ines, Ky., and were mar ried this week. Aggie Marcum And family are mov Ing to Cincinnati this week. 1 R. C. Leard of Huntington, M. fl. Fouts, C. E. Doty, H. M. Baker,' Dee Jlmmeraon' of Charleston were busi ness visitors In town Tuesday looking after the Interests of the United Fuel (la Co. . John Moor of Louisa. Ky, waa In town Tuesday. - . . ,. Rev. Rush preached a very Interest' Ing sermon at the School house Sunday night.' The meeting-was largely at tended. The Epworth League la grow Ing" fast;' new member being added each meeting. Amanda Mead gave a birthday party Tuoxday erealcsi ia inr; f hr jsth birthday. - - - t Dr. Akera and family were at La hore. Sunday and. Monday... ... . ' ., For Wcfeen "I was hardly able to drag, 1 was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. vThe doctor treated me forabout ,Y two months, still I didn't' get any better. J had a larce fam- M,uy and felt I surely mast do .i omeining to enaoia me to take care of my little ones. I had heard of ' r Tl'lVtoa'sto "1 decided to try It," eon: Unites Mrs. Fay . ..." . ,"l tools eight battles In all . .. I re gained my strength' and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and- am able to do all my housework; and a lot out doors' -. .' I can sure recom mend CarduL" ,,' TaM Cardul today1. It may be just what, yotl need. , At all druggists. - I A f how you'll take to a pipe and P. A.! from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive pat ented process) are a, reve lation to the man who never could get acquainted with a pipe! P. A. has made a pipe a thing of joy to four men where one was smoked before I fl , Ever roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert? Man, man but you've, got a party coming. your way! Talk about a eigarctto smoke; we tell you it's a peach! " national joy smoke IIULETTE There will be church at Newcomb next Haturday night and Hunday by Kev. Cleveland. Everybody come. Tom Diamond and Chester Compton were out car riding Sunday morning. Mrs. Hattle Barney and little son- of Asland and Mrs. Carrie Layne Moorr of Louisa were the guests of Mr. and Mra. C. R. Layne Saturday and Hun duy. . Hubert 'ompton ind Wilw Huikc were visitor at our school Monday, Miss Olga and Taylor Moore were the guests Of Cora Woolen Hunday. ; Mr. and Mi. Bam Moore and chil dren were visiting his parents at Lou isa Haturday and Sunday.. - Mrs. Pluma Nunley and daughters and Juna Adams are visiting. relative la l.enova and Pc.-if mouth this week. 8umue Poe was visiting his sister at Kenova Sunday. ,... . , D. C. Compton of 8helby spent the week-e.id with ,.ome folk., . Stev Curnutte and Iurl , Van horn were calling on I-ora and Ron Ltynr Sunday afternoon, . . - , Misses Rosa and Lora Layne were shopping In Ashland Saturday last. Mrs. C. K. Layne contemplates a vis It to Portsmouth soon. i : Mrs. Cora Compton and Chester were visiting her father at Vessle Monday. I Miss Matie Blankenshlp waa the guest of Mia Dova Hutchison Satur day. ' Mrs. Josephine Workman wa a vis itor at our school Friday. " George Bhortiidge was railing on Joule yorkmsm recently.' Dova Hutchison will visit friends In LouUa. the eomtna. week.. . ; Cheater Compton and Ernest Hutch ison were calling on their beat girls at Seedtlck.. . :-.v. . : A wedrlrg of some surprise took place In ojr community Hunday when Miss Anna Moon ir Buc hanan became the bride of Bascom Nunley of this place. They are w.rtny youi.g people and we wish them a .on and happy life. - , ' Mrs.- Llszle Hohaker was calling on Lily Hutchison recently. Aide Harmnn spent-Sunday with his cousin, Detbert Powers of Rush. Minnas Alvah and Mary Harman and Dovlc Poe were Hunday guests of Lis ile Honaker. ' .- Several girl and boy were out mo toring Hunday. Olady and Virginia Queen ' were calling on the Misses Harmon Satur day; " ..'.'-. ' V Mr. and Mrs. So! Moore were calling on his brother, 11 Moore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, F. R. Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rlcel were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. O'Dan- lei. - ' ' Mrs. S. a. Queen was a visitor at Zelda Tuesday.'' Robt. Compton wa calling on hi best girt at Entep Sunday.'-' '" ' Ida Frasher and ' Bertha Nicholas made a trip to Fallsburg Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Enyart passed down our creek Monday.1 ' Remember church at this place Sat urday night and everybody come.' Let us hear from Mt. Zlon and Falls burg. SCHOOL GOSSIPER8. SOUTH SOLON, OmO We are having fine weather here at this writing. - Amon Holbrook motored: from Kings ton to South Solon. 1 ' - ' Hugh Hick and Andy Ratcllff were calling on Sam Hicks and family Tues day last. i Hugh Hicks moved from Ashland to South Charleston, Ohio. Orover Hicks and family were call ing on Bam Hicks and family Sunday last. ' : . Farmers are busy drilling' in their wheat. Amon Holbrook and brother were calling on Hugh Hicks lost Sunday. sy frlmn Altar Is U4 In Ptr n4 AaJs'HS pvand W KW pmn4 tin a, r r WiaetM-SaUav . DR. FRED A. TELA! ,' DENTIST. Offios in Or. Burgss uildini Opposite Court Houee LOffios Heursi 8i00 a. m. to 6:00 p. r unie ana nesldsnee Phen No. 1W i1 U - L I..-. DR. H. II SPARKS,; DENTIST mc ' '- tw batik. Louisa.' Ky. Office Hourti :00 a. m. to SiOO p. : Spseial Hour by Appointment t RY. 4 h Oil w. AM 1 1 ti 'mvwvjmr . . . : I FROM FORT QAV ''...i..':':::.;.;.. Et BUnd i, ; No. 4 Dl!y A. VI No. S Dally. ............. ...:4 A. M No. IS Dally.. ..1:11 P. . Vtt Bound No. I Dally...... ....1:15 A. No. IS Dally 1 J:5t P, No. IS Dally.....;. ...:1S P. Pullman Car and Dining Car Serrif on trains I, 4 II and II. W. C SAUNDERS, ;' '..-" Cen'l Pas. Aasnt, Roanoke, Vs HONUflENTS Prices Reduced IS to 30 - The M-eallsd war priess ar wi out, and wo ar producing ntonurW work al the lowest (possible pn Granite Marker In Bsrre, 8t CI' Missouri Red, Little Fall Black, H Ross, Winsporo Blue, Golden GH New England Gray, and Quincy I Blue Synit Granites lettered eomj and set in cemetery $28 to 50 NOAH SHEETS, Pror 14th Street and tnd Avonu. J HUNTINGTON, W. VA. j MECHANICSBURG, 01 We are orry to hear, of the I daughter of Vess Chapman belngf ill with tonsllltls. I - Miss Gertrude Miller wa calll Mis Cora Chapman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shaker Miller w.- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman. Also, Mrs. Dovle Mill children were calling on Mrs. man Sunday. Vess Chapman made a buslnr to town Saturday. , i Mrs. Dora Chapman was call: Mrs. .Ivory Miller Monday. Shake Miller and Bill Well,! calling on Robert Beath 8und' ternoon. ...-' I Mr. VIck Miller has come t the wsek-snd with her daughi son at Mechanicaburg. . Pumpkin crop were very Ian this year. ;,.- ... Farmer are very busy tryini tholr corn husked before it f COOl. ' ;-t V, ; , Let us hear from Lowmansv Bleven Branch soon. : WINK AND B Buy Direct From I Fresh Flour, Meal and Tecds I est quality. Our FLAVO has f llghtful nut-like flavor which In no other flour. In both qu' price We guarantee to pleons WcLbvilla ?ti;:::n? WEBBVILLE, KY. 9-l-tf. '