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itl.iy, October 21, 1S21.
BIG SANDY NEWS PAGE THREE ! i ! I i ' i! 4 itt-.- VIRGINIA Notables TUIUUSH The three greatest cigarette tobaccos. ILndin MILDNESS - one -cloven cigarettes 3 ' J LEDCCIQ Singing school at this place every Saturday and Sunday.' Everybody Is Invited fo attend. , I George Thompson and 4mlly , are fixing to move to Louisa. Dove linya nd Loll V. Thompnon attended church at Cord ell. ' v-. Julia Moore spent Saturday night with Shirley Curnutte. j Farmers are very busy Just now dlg i glng their potatoea for winter. V ' think they are doing as the old pro- verb any a. "making hay while the aun ahlnea." It's time to save for winter. . I Hubert Moors has gone to Kanova, jW. Va. ' ' I Waa aorry to hear of the audden death of Mr. Bob Walker of Griffith ' creek. The family has our sympathy. - . Dove Hays waa shopping at Bussey? vilie (Saturday. ' Alva Short and family have moved to Mattle. ' Sorry to lose them from our neighborhood. Mrs. London Moore spent Sunday with her daughter. Mrs. W. H. C. Moore. Don May and Beckham Hughes at tended singing here Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curnutte attend ed singing at this place Sunday. Opal Miller has tonsllltla. . Mr. and Mrs. -L. B. Hays took dinner with W. A. Castle Sunday, Ivory Blackburn and Eetella Martin were at tnis piece eunaay. Mrs. Eatella Bollng and children I have returned horns after a week's i visit with relatives at this place. I Mr. and Mrs. Orse McVe were the i Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. I John McKlnater. ' . . I Milt 8hort has his mill here now which is great benefit to the neigh borhood ' . . ' Cyita RicSusas. cf : Mesd'e Pr""-h was here Sunday. !. Misses Mollls-and Dorothy paused up our creek Sunday, W. H. C. Moore made a business trip to Louisa Saturday. Herbert Wellman and Shirley Mlll- Sunday. illness of clu at this Hays Everybody come BLUB EYES. GLENWOOD; August French has returned from Riitimnra Aid., and resumed his post- rioa as teacher of the Qlenwood school, er attended church at Pack's 1 j i-:tifcnth l"at"nn of Cenn-ms. s Hnrrv to hear of the serious urg ! the week-end With 4iss Tlahf Moor, iter recovery is mucn '.race Helcher, nouoiea. Mum Oual Austin of Huntington and Remember singing. Miss Willie Taylor of Louisa were the Wuests of Miss Norma Taylor last (week. . " Dewey Taylor of Louisa visited home oiks through Saturday and Sunday. MtA Munnle llandley bas returned krotn New Boston. O.. where she spent few days. . mium Elisabeth I'atton. Opal Aus- --Tlwillla Taylor and Normia Taylor. I: i r. n ri'u .ww " - i eater Woods. "Red" Thornsbury , I Earl Coburn of Ashland were , of Mlsa Grace ueicner wun AIJOTIIER LOUISA CASE The singing school place Thursday night. Our school teacher, Miss Urace u. Daroron, visited home folks Saturday nd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Childers and daughters of Twin Branch, West Va,, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Denver Holbrook and son. Ollvor Delong spent Sunday after noon with John Bradley. Misses Olfja and Jessio Hewlett of Lonesome Kldge spent Wednesday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. . B. Baiters. I O. A. Haws of Madge was here Tues- day on business. D. O. Diamond of Holden, W. Va, waa here Monday.. Mrs. Jay Vinson and son have re turned to Garrett a'fter a visit to her sister. Mrs. Roy Carter. Miss Frankle Holbrook spent Sunday with Misses Rosa, Dova and Nona Bradley. Mrs. Conn Carter and son are spend ing a few days with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. John Damron of Madge. Kenneth Bradley of Tusoola and Ar- mlnta Holbrook spent Sunday with Charley, Milt and Glenn Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. barsei vveiiman are spending a few days with relatives in Greenup. : Mrs. F. H. Austin and son were vis-. itlng relatives at Fallsburg Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Blankensmp spent uun- dsy evening with Mrs. Ralsh Blanken snip. . .-".J t' ' - Mrs. Tom Bentley and daughter, Mrs. Luther Mulllns spent Bunday with Mrs. John Bentley and daughter. Miss Rosa. .).'.!-. Leo Crank is visiting friends' and relatives here. . Ben Ft Bentley was in Louisa Wed- nesdsy. ---i-v- i r Mrs. Denver Holbrook and son spent Thursday with her parents. Miss Agness Abbott of Louisa after spending a few days with relatives here returned home Thursday, accom panied by Sonnle Carter. Tom Diamond was in uuuina ! iilcs Grace Crans: IB expeciea name soon from West Virginia. Klszle Ramey spent Sunday with Bass Casey. Cove Diamond waa calling on Deep Hole friends Tuesday evening. Mrs. Burnlce Blankenshlp was vis iting her parents Sunday, ... .,-- DAJSI VlOUiT. ' . . H.r i i i mm 1 It Proves Thst There's A Way Out for Many Suffering Louise Folks. Just another report of. a case In . ..."... Louisa. ' Another typical case. Kidney Misses Elisabeth i-auon ana n.. .Mm.nl. ,,.v u,,, ith Doan's VJ evening. Bcirhrr and Messra Fred Martin ana William Arthur of Huntington motor- Kidney mis. - . J. H. Compton, prop. of machine , V" .IL-n and Wllllani Flswlck n0' ar: MI TO lad 10 ,V' Do,in'" Jack Workman and William fclswica endorsement for pub- of .Estep were at Trtnl y Sunday ana , tre,ted wlth aiso oft and on when my kidneys were out V and Mrs. laul Copley spent the they have m m( quU!, Mr ward much .looping -and straining and my W: ":. !,.. ?-"Jw ' back, at times, would get very lame a ot jonu nm. n - ,nd painful. My kidneys, .too, wouldn'i flord Heicner sno ."""V" act regularly and I was feeling all out at V. B. hortrldge bunday ev- of DUiy tpeHi an(, hudachn, "fV v . ... .. . ....... also caused me to feel worse. After ktws iatlle weoo went to ...,. rw..n'. ifi,in.v MM. at these nday where shs will teach In the however, which I got at the V Louisa Drug Store Co., my troubles rt me. They have never failed me an time that 1 have treated with It-Ice (Oc, at all dealer. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan Kidney Mils the same that Mr. Comp ton had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs. Buffalo. N. Y. (Adv. DONITHON liblle schools. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. p-eai. jr ai fnded church services at Garrett Hun- i,y. ... rnumvwwo.j.. CHRISTMAS Church waa largely attended ners lunduy. Wiley Bplllman Is suffering, witn a .trbunkle on his side. Oscar Woods was visiting on our I reek Monday. tUveral were out to church Sunday. Several ef the boys ana gins are Narla Frailer spent a few days peeling to aneno m ot last week with Mrs. Jesse Maynard. ,nr arlHHil Wednesaay nigni. I , hn. tn nhln In r. . . - . .,1 .hi. rii- " - unasey ... . ... "... fl d ml)k)ym,nt. ' ... . . . . . Mrs. Nannie Heltsiey, who has been B. V. Carter was calling on unaeey tMndjnB mnnt Um(, at Hlockton. W. no jnonuajr evo...,,.. . Va.. is visiting home rolka here. Misses Clara and Josie Lambert went to Louisa Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Maynard and chlldi itwr.aca .cesreis at - Valley Sunday afternoon. Dewey Meredith is spending a few I days with home folks at Kenova. !lls Margie Delong attended church f re Sunday. ' . liester Chapman was the guest of 1 ,- Bitot -Scarterry fupdsy nlirht. Silas Bertha Bplllman Is Improving i this writing. Toe and Oliver Delong lirch here Sunday attended ; Icently after siiending some time with her sister at Two Mile. esse Berry called on William Bplll a Sunday. Ura. Carrie Jobe called on nesier MlM, Nancy ' Jane and Corlnne uiman Monday. . 1 Frasler,' Norle Maynard and Ntrle W. and Mrs. Jay Wellman called on Fnnla, m, , Sunday guests of at rums Miuuraay du ou..,. m Jell8e Maynard. ' Kse Adklna Is sumering wun a Mry M(K)re WBn( w ju Tue, lined iouu . . . day. Weral of the boys attenoeoin , w Lambert is having some lm stripping at Hugh Sparks Mon- DroVOTnenll don, 0n his dwelling house i - ' Mary Moore and Josie Lamuert wen er Cliapman contemplates a vis- Rockv Valley Sunday afternoon. Sarah . Chapman waa the guest of Rosa Hardwlck. Sunday. THIS FIDDLHR, ortsmouth. Ohio, soon to spend days with Mr. and Mrs. Luther ;tan. . ' - oil YOU. ks and JHAN'8. films at ATKINS A ULYSSES ft BLAINE Muw Blanche Oaborn spent Satur day nlifht with Ella Jay Hewlett Miss Roberta Stafford of Cherokee spent Sunday with Carrie Tack. Mrs. Lou Oamblll was shopping In Blaine Saturday. 1 Coy Gunn has returned to Blaine et her I iral from this place attended at Lowmansvllle Bunday. Mary Preston of Van Lear was J creek Saturday. - . r-homiinr and Harklea Sloan ' rlrges creek passed up our creek ter spending a few days with his wife iJf on their wheels. i In Huntington. W. Va. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. J. MCKinnon were visiting friends at Keaton Sunday. Mlsa Mary Sparks, after visiting her uncle, L. T. Sparks of Martha, has re turned home. Carrie and Sarah Skaggs were shop olna- in Blaine Monday, Paul Ransom oi Louisa Bpem ine week-end with John Swetnam. Frank Porker, after spending a few days in Louisa has returned to Blaine. Mrs. Emma McGuire was calling on Mrs. A. J. Holton Sundarafternoon. . Ethel Swetnam spent Sunday with her cousin, Grace Swetnam, Mrs. Will Fulkerson of Loiil! has been visiting her sick brother, Char ley Berry. Mrs. Nan Dixon of Plkeville Is vis Ulna- friends and relatives at th place. " The republican rally was largely a tended hero Saturday. - . Frank Bermim-t'am of the Union camos spent K imi iy in Blaine, Mr. and I' i. J.. ies Green passed through our town Sunday, . , . . .. .,L0 ; 3 BOAT. J . Davis waa ine gueei Okie Ray Sunday. Cl Mary ; Williams of Georges to was calling on home folks at this yt'unday. ! Find Mrs. T. B. Berry of lower ( i made their usual trip to their VAt Allen Saturday. nut Grove school has been ) a teacher and most of the pu yeibeen attending T- B. Berry's at, Lick Log. We are Informed ()f fy have a teachor now. ; ' w "nilsa. Davis loft Sunday even- Lear whore she will re- lth ber cousin, Mrs. a' llvan Lear 1 while wl j. irreston. tO I'd Mrs. Corbet Davis of Cat , motored hers last week in , . .. iii.rn. TlavU snent th his parents, Mr. and Mrs. is at lower Ulysses. : 'F.Iiza anil Cormle Davis and i l;erry Thumdty. '" .' n r Qliear from r;i v airaln. u v Ti- CHUMS. dat avis - YATE3VILLE ' Hi p ) . 'LtlHIMMl DipTZ OFFICE DESKS Roller and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks. Office Chairs and Office Tables in Mahogany and Golden Oak. .Office Equipment In furnishings for your office as well as for your home,, this store can save you money. ' Our lines are most complete and the prices are now on the new lower level. WE CARRY IN STOCK READY FOR DELIVERY 6teel Safes (largs, medium and smsll sizes), 8tsel Sectional Csses, Stssl Filino Cabinets, 8tsl Trsnsfsr Filss, , single and daublo if rawer Card Indexes, sixss 8x5, 4x6, snd 5x8, - Rsd Tsb Monthly Folders, letter size; Plain .' , Tab Folders, A to Z Alphsbeticsl Guides.. Parties who are interested in office im provement and who cannot find it con-, venientto call for personal inspection,' ' please write for illustrated folder, state . your wants and needs and your inquiry will receive prompt attention. SSELSQN BROS; .-.-! 4 OTTT XTTi Ti"CXTTlTrirV ' . V. r- ASHLAND, KENTUCKY i ADAMS TRINITY : ' Messrs. Ar'tHdr QueenT Ernest Jor dan and Dennis Cooksey were visitors in Ashland Sunday. , , ', Mlsa Hermla Belcher has returned to Cleveland after spending a few days with home folks.. ' . Bible class at Trinity Bunday p. m. Mrs. R, G. Johnson spent Thursday with Mrs. Fred Thornsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Orndorf of Ash land were ' guests of Mr." and Mrs. Ellas Juxtlce Saturday night . Webb Roberts and Sylvester Woods were here Sunday. . , John Workman of Estep motored to Jack frost has been visiting tha peo Die of our oommunlty. Reveral from thla place attended unu church at Dry Bldge Saturday night j MlM Qnct Beicher is visiting her We are giaa vo say ma nra. j Brandparents at the Jerry 'llffe bill, tha Fraley. who has been sick is soine . M..rtle QUeen was quite ill a few GALLUP Rev. Polly,; 6uY new pastor, preached an Interesting sermon Sunday.. - Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Belcher and lit tle son were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chlldem Sunday. , Misses Dora Johns Eliza Jane Hard-, In. Irene McClure and Hazel Bali were horseback riding Sunday afternoon. Truth and Honesty V' ' Pay Large Dividends ' " $7600 rating got by hustling. , We axe large dealers in1 hides, furs and gin seng. We pay. five cents a pound for veal calf hides, under IS lbs., "Old .Brlndle" hide $5 If weight is In the hide. Horse hide $l.j0, and $2.10. 36c better at this writing. Mrs. Emms Huyes, who has hen visiting her daugnter, M r.oacoe Fu gltt, has returned home.' Clyde and Willis uamc't maae tucir usual call at this place Bunday ev. n Ina. ' ' ,- ' i. Misses Motile and Dorothy Hays Vf,nln sre out iioiveback rising Sunday. f-j jjy Tayior spent the week-nd ternoon. - . ' with home folks. I days last week. Miss Matle Webb is teaching in the public sohool at Louisa. Miss Joy Miller wss calling on Mon nln Hundley recently. Mr. and" Mrs. V: B. Shortrldge en- tertalned a number of friends Bunday Several young folks passed here Sunday en route 10 singing scuuui . me wr guests Ledoclo. Sunday. .. Mln Mollis McKlnstsr was calling . on Miss Dorothy Hays Saturday af ternoons Mrs. Llndsey Moore spent Monday with her daughter. Mrs. Ernest Hays. Mrs. Sterling uussier oi uouiaa. Mr. and Mrs. Con Smith of Webb- of relatives here ONE-ELEVEN. SMOKY-VALLEY , , ..(. - " r - . - There was preaching .at this place Saturday night by Bro. Holbrook. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin were can spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs. . h ,olk Sttturday night and Martha Fraley. - Sunday. ,.' Born, to Mr. and Mrs. jsdgar Dia- Elva and Ivory Hays, Don May and Robert Carter were calling on Mrs. Martha Fraley Sunday afternoon. mond. a fine girl. Melvln. the little son of Harrison Mrs. Mary Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac o ..k.. "i. .rr m this writing. Adams, Martin and Monle Dooley were i M inv cvras and Rebecca Hay calling on Milt Thompson's, family lpent Monday wlth Mr8. Edgar and Sunday. ' Garnls Diamond. ' , ; - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson were;, ... . T., . iwoiiman nunt Satur- calUng on Mr. and Mrs-Greene Be fi&y Rna Buniay with home folks. Sunday, ! We were 0rry to hear of the death Hiss Dorothy Hsys was caning on . ..... Unrt,a Thomion., - Miss Mollle Haya Bunday. ' i ... A vu-. RkAinra and rhll. Miss Alma Burton and Mattle ru- . . , ,,,- ,h. s.,,lniav nlirht gut aitenaea singing scnooi m ot t. Collier and family. omurun j Mr. and Mrs. Vint Koien spent cjai- Willlus and Clyde Harnett passed up . ,M v he. Mrr and our creek Monday enroute to Blaine. M w A Htt , , . . . .1 Sunday school at this place every s mere uu l.I.Hunday mornlna-. siubt. time. I nina invwnnn. . Herbert Hollandsworth of Hunting- an ounce for ginseng, ton Is visiting friends at Gallup this rats $1.00 and fall 60c. - Taylor Workman was calling on his best girl Saturday. , ' , Luther Bhivel kas returned home from Cincinnati. - - Mrs. W. A. Carey,, and Alice , and Zelda Fugltt spent Sunday with Mrs. Don Damson. Miss Eliza Jane Hardin was the Winter musk , -" We repair our store, we reduce the price. $4.76 barrel 5 bu. White Snow big stock flour laid: in. 15c package for t lb. sugar; 2 package-beech nut 16c; pure lard ISc;,' 1) lb.' heavy to- ," ha ceo 16c; Jaw tobacco He; 60c bottle Foley's Honey & Tar, 12 eggs;,, 30c size ( eggs. 6 lbs. salt 10c; half, gal lon red syrup, 25c; S pints peanuts 10c, week-end guest of Mrs. S. J. Hardin of gum candy 15c lb.; .2 packages chew Richardson, i George Brown of Henrietta was vis iting Mr. Dan Brown last week. We ' had an Interesting ball game here Saturday. The older' men play ing against the young men, The score wss t to I in favor of the older men. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dobbins of Van Lear were visiting relatives here last week. . . . Bro. Polly and'wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Childers. ' Mrs.' Fred Perry was calling ort Mrs, U. G. Salmons Sunday. ." Mrs. James Irwin and -Mrs. Arnold Childers . were the. dinner guests Qf Mrs.. Andrew Shannon Sunday. ; Mrs. George Smith was- shopping in Louisa Friday. . ' ' . ! Misses Mary Ethel McClure and blara Myrtle Childers, who are attend ing school at Louisa spent the week end with home folks. ; Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Childers left for their home at Morehead Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parker and Jesse Salmons ot Louisa were visiting here Sunday. . .';.- - l ' Miss Pearly Fugltt. "Was the dinner guest of Misses Mary and Louise Chil ders Sunday. ' t" There will be prayer meeting ' at Chapman every Wednesday niht. Ev erybody come. - , ' I Let us hear from Henrietta - and Walbrldge. . WANDERING JEW. Get your toilet artioles at ATKINS e VAUGHAN, sum 6c: big stock lemons, 2 for Sc; oranges for 25c. Sugar-pearST big Rome Beauty apples, bananas. If any one wants to sell fat yearlings at 6c pound In groceries, they, are'" worth 8c and 10c In Cincinnati. Don't give them away. We opened up meat market In connection with our ;;roc ery store." We sell soup bones c; ribs -; 0c; forequarters 10c; round steak 15c. " We drive up head of Brushy and Rac- coon down Big Blaine,- head of Tarklln' and Raccoon. We lake eggs and poul try at high cash price; 5 lbs. sugar for 12 eggs, i We will buy all the grass , butter you bring at 18c per pound. We soli S lbs.- canned pie peaches for foe in eggs and butter only. Plenty chop to feed horse ISo jallon, trough'to feed in. .': : Furs going to be high ' at our fur house.' H. J. Pack, manager Big Blaine Produce Cd.,r has lost six head of hors- .' es and one milk cow In the lust 12 years. We felve our customers all advant age. You save 25 per cent by giving us your trade. , We turn dollars 900 times a year." Send your muskrats and ginseng by parcel post We send big checlt. Tell right place. We have two teams hauling for us. They are hon- . est and hustlers. . Webbville and, Lou isa. See our prices before buying. We lead off Blaine, Ky. '2t Big Blaine Produce Co. . ' ' H.J. Pack, Mgr. 4 Buyer. ' BLAINE - I KENTUCKY OBITUARY The death angel visited the home of Clayton Thompaon and wife October 16 and took their darling little daugn ter. Martha Margaret about I years of age. Diphtheria was the cause of her death. Aftor two weeks or sunenng little Margaret was called home to live with Jesus. i All was done that loving hands could do to restore her to health, but God saw fit to call her home to live with Him. ? Funeral service was conducted by Bro. Blllle Copley and the little, body was laid to rest In the family burying ground. Weep not, for little Margaret but turn your eyes heavenward and , live the life that when death's summons comes you may meet your darling where there will be no more parting or no more good bys, no more pain and where death never comes. All is peace and love. Jesus said, "suffer lit tle children to come unto me, and for bid them not, for of such is the king dom of heaven." ' " A little one from us is gone, ' A voice to us is still, A place la vacant In our home, .. That never can be filled. A FRIEND. SHANNON BRANCH Miss Cora Spauldlng, who moved from this county to Plain. City, Ohio, a number of years ago was married a short time ago to Mr. Allen Roush of Ohio and they are spending their hon eymoon la Kentucky. John Hickman, who is employed in the coal fields, Is visiting home folks ct tills place.. J. V. Young. M. B. Sparks and C. C. Kkaggs were in our sommunity last wni'li shaking hands with the voters. Dr. J. O. Moore was called to this place last Monday to see Mrs. Martha Adkliis, who Is seriously ill with bronchitis. It is rumored that John Adklns and family will move te Elkhorn, Ky., In the near future. - , A DEMOCRATIC VOTER. - Let's GeH: l Togemerf You Need Your id I Need the Business cm :.i l u v-i . I have decided to cut prices and will now do your work at the fol lowing prices: -'v-; ",-'?r .Ty :Vr';' ';t;-'v '';;.'i; l: Men's Half Soles, sewed or tacked. . . . . ..... . ... .'. . . . . . .$1.00 Rubber Heels . . . I ; . . . . . .. . 50c Women's Half Soles, sewed or tacked , . .... ............. 75c' Rubber Heels ........ ............ 50c Girls and Boys Shoes at reasonable prices. The very best leather that money can buy use. Fully equipped with Modern Machinery:' " ; " 5 ; " ' 'i : - , - MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. , . ,,r r t ....... -, - MLEY jt, i CORNER FRANKLIN AND WATER STREET