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DIG SANDY NEWS PAGE TWO i CLIFFORD I wish 'everybody a merry Christ nun and a happy New Year. Church- here is largely attended ev ery nlpht with good order. H. Z. Frailer, Jr., la vlsWng home olk B. L. Hall of Louisa ha employ ment here. ' Uncle Bam Doe Frailer to very 111 m( this writing.' Mrs. Lucy Vetera called on Mrs. Ho bart Graham Sunday evening. Jdlna Narle Maynard called on Miss es Bessie Maynard Sunday evening. Uncle Steve Harcum attend church Tniliur to be so feeble. Bam B. Maynard ,made a business trip tit Ashland Monday. Clwinn Chapman of Donlthon was - fhe Sunday night guest' of Alvis May nard. ' ' - ' ; - Mart Frasler and Sam Z. Maynard took supper with Llndeey Salmons ' Tuesday night Mrs. Lucy ;McReynoMg- attended church at Donlthoa Sunday. Mrs. Mart Frailer called on Mrs. "Vera Frasler Sunday. Miss Chuck Bartrara of Williamson visited home folks reoantly. ' Mra Evlyn Johnson Jd Mrs. Unie Jtaysdon attended churoh here Monday 'i Miss Chuck Bartram was the Sun- - itay -guest- of Miss Corlnne Frasler. , Mis. Drew - J. Branham called . on boras folks Tuesday night. . ' Jke Frasler and Rufus Maynard of - ,,."W12tann -attended church here Sat urday and Sunday night'- Dicy Jans Peters called en Mrs. Etty Hateliffe. Sunday evening. - . Mra Perllna Maynard was In Spun hy Sunday. "" v Miss Narle Maynard was 'the Tuee- - day night guest of Miss Corlnne "'TaylorTMaynard look dinher With Alvis Maynard Sunday. Uncle- Steve Marcum to giving the boys lessons on drums now. , Ike Frasler, Jim Albert Ratcliffe at tended church at Donithon Sunday. ' 1 Miss Anna Bartratn was calling on Fanny Frasler Saturday night -. . George Hammonds left here for Red '.- Jacket,- W- Va.:: Tuesday.- Fox hunting is all the go here now. ... John Frasler, 8r, of Louisa, was in . ihim vicinity Monday. . - . : Corlnne Frasler and Chuck Bertram called on the Misses Dollle and Bes - eie Maynard Saturday night- -.Listen for the wedding bells. HOOKEY AND BETTY. SOLDIER'S SACRIFICE WINS RANCH HOME KAVANAUGH Our school is progressing nicely. ' Lse Hall and Albert Vanhorn of -Xavanaugh- wereilhe Saturday even- '8ns; 'guests of -Misses Carrie and Ber tha Curnutte of Zelda. Marion Dixon was at Durbln to urch Sunday night : -Msa Dexter- Flanery was a visitor - Is Ashland Saturday and Sunday. ' a.-.-W..Kendreck was the Sunday evening guest' of Clark Dixon. - i Mrs. Cora Harris la -the guest at 'Saltpeter, W. ' Va, at her sisters this 'week.-" v- -.!..- .-,--! '. i Mrs. -Rebecca Powell and Miss Em ma Sknens were the Sunday evening eueets of Mr. and Mrs. George Shan non. - ' i. -i.t The wedding bells will be ringing eons at' Kavanaugh. TWO BUMBLE BEE'S. 1 11 .' Happy', in' the performance ol freat sa'crice for hi A. E. F. boeJoV," tarry W. Haley, recently release 'from the Federal pruon at Leaven-, worth, it at home oa th ranch mt Col. R. r. Dickerson Mar Springw field. Wo. Haley serred a prison tarsi for his buddy who saef hit life to ; France: Penniless and without t " after release from prison, he "adopted" by Dickerson. :' ' Fox hunting Is all the go- Bom,, to Mr. and - Mrs. Charlie Adams a fine glrt-Vlrginia Freeman. -Mrs. Rout, Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Deih-fleld were calling on Mrs. Charlie Adams Sunday. Miss Vlcy Rose was the Saturday night and Sunday guest of Eva Car ter.' . .- ; - . Mrs. Brady McCoy's baby is very 111 with fever at this writing. ' Mrs. Jennie Carter was .calling on her brother, Johnie . Hays, ' Saturday who has -been ill for some time. : L N.' Laney Was at Irad Wednes day. - - " Bro. Willie Curnutte filled his ap pointment at Daniels Creek 'Saturday night and Sunday. ' - v- - Art Woods' little son is very 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Berry were call ing on- her father Sunday and also Mr. and Mrs. Millard Carter and chil dren. '",--.-. '-. ..- The party given by Miss LIHie Bur ton Friday night was largely attended. ... ' , ' ... - JUST ME. . IN;5IEM0RY The death angel : again visited the home of Smith and Jeddie Young on December C and took' from their home their Infant; baby, Oral 8ynett.lt was laid to rest beside its infant sister la the family graveyard, overlooking the bome of its parents and grandparents. Weep not dear mother and father for -'year darling baby fdr we know it Is ' resting sweetly In the paradise of God. -Dear parents just prepare to meet your little ones in God's eternal home ' where there'll be no sad good byes and parting never comes. ' Just think of tbaf ' great day when 'yon and your 'darling bablee will meet in that bright world op yonder. We know 'your bome Is sad and lonely, but God just needed one more angel for children are the greatest in the kingdom of God. Sleep on dear babies ' - And take thy rest God called you home , He thought it best ' ' - ' -: AUNT. W1?ST JEFFERSON, 0. Mra Atlson Moore, whe has been 111 is .Improving. '. '; ' ?' Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Lester and daugn ter, Thelma, spent Sunday with Jack Gartin and family. - ' Fannie Sparks and son Paul of Nor- iav Ky, who hare been spending sev eral weeks with relatives here will re turn home soon. " -, . , Mr. and Mrs. Hobart-Kidd and son spent Sunday with Harvey. Johnson and family. a - . Miss Dixie Moore spent Friday with Elsie .Kidont .- - . . Fannie ; Sparks. - Gertrude Moore, Paul Gatton and Wilbur McCoy were Jefferson visitors Sunday. " Little Ernest B. Kidd spent Satur day With his grandmother, Mrs. Atlson Moore." . - c 5"- -- ,.Eva . May . Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Laroy Bradley has been ill with pneumonia. She is improved at this writing. : ' ; ?. Miss Mollle Kldd spent the week end -with her ' parents.? Mr. and Mrs. George Kidd bf HiUiarda. Miss Elisabeth McHenry shopped In Columbus Thursday.- -'.: Misses Mexle and Dixie Moore were Sunday ' guests of Alfred Moore and family. ' - -' . ti Fannie Sparks is spending this week with her niece- Mra. Myrtle Kidd. Gertrude Moore spent Sunday. wKh Ludle Rector, who has just returned from Grant hospital where she was op erated on for goiter. -t' -The -i Baptist v church will give a Christmas program-including a play, "The Orphan's Christmas Eva" ' , GEORGE WASHINGTON fought for Independence and bequeath ed it to us. For one hundred and forty five years we have kept ita heritage that all Americans hold priceless. Independence demands safeguard for the future. " To safeguard your future in the best way possible start a bank ac count today at Mexico has forty thousand unem ployed laborers. - , Kansas Citj. Mo., is undergoing an epidemic of smallpox. ; A new Hungarian cabinet has been formed with Count Bethlen.es prerov ier. , ;.'.. - - President Harding is contemplating a trip to the .coast and -. Alaska .next summer.. . Fewer (people were killed on Ameri can railroads in It JO than la any year since Ult.; - ' - ' ' ' T : President Millerand. of France, Is to visit- North' Africa during the Easter holidays. , t; Germany will probably be granted a three-year delay in her cash indem nity payments, - i ..4 ' The German ex-kaleer has Just pub-; liahed a koko dealing With events im mediately, preceding the war. The first shipment of Argentina cherries to the United States , left Buenos Ay res on December I tor New York. . i An eartluiuake aufficlent to break the water mains, the. most severe of the past ' twenty years, struck : Tokyo - on December fc W. : : tssuahoe by the Department of Ag riculture of the December crop report has been changed from December 15 to December tt." . " Tne Dutch government Is to double the Income of Queen Wilhelmlna and that of the 'Queen Mother, because of the general high cost of living. The United State and Japan have settled the Yap controversy on a basis insuring American cable and wireless privileges on the Island. ! : Lloyd George has abandoned his intended visit to Washington owing to, the early meeting of Parliament to act on the Irish settlement ,. , Disbursements for pensions growing out of wars prior to the World War, totaled S268.T16.84t during the fiscal year ending June 80, 111. r. The first detachment of American troops to be sent from the army of occupation in Germany arrived In New York on December I. '' Henry Ford is planning to start a factory In Germany to manufacture automobiles tor Germany, Russia and other Eastern European fields. - A commercial war between France and Spain Is -considered probable - be cause of the Impossibility of reaching aa accord regarding the new treaty, Final payments to railroads by the government on claims and adjust ments arising out of-war-time control. will require approximately 2l.uZ, mo. .- -.. The United States, Great Britain Japan, and France have agreed - In principle to tha four-power treaty proposed as a substitute for the An glo-Japanese alliance. - Trade between "New Orleans and Japan, has Increased from 11,000,000 a year to 130,000,000 in the last three years. , Cotton lS'largely responsible for this development Complete abandonment of all forms of chemical warfare baa .been recora mended to- the American delegation of the arms conference by Its otliciai vieory committee. ' Two hundred and twenty-two Amer ican merchant vessels were lost' thru founderings, stranding, collisions, and other cause in -the twelve months ending Jtine SO, JS21. .i " Governor General Wood has signed an order appointing a committee of three to study and report 'on condl tions In the Philippine treasury aad Philippine National Bank. Tom Slaughter, a notorious bandit who escaped from prison at Little Rock on December , taking with htm five other convicts, was later killed by one of hi companions. The United States is offering for sale, to be broken op for junk, thirteen navy vessels. ' A"aecond lot. of about fifteen will probably .-be offered for sale before December SO. .. :' The government printing office used 60,000,000 'pounds of paper last year. The expenditures Of the offlco amount ed to 1 811,000,000 as compared '"With I U.OOO.OOO the previous year. ' ; 'One hundred Russian orphans, 76 boys and 26 girls, between the ages of eight and twelve, ' are en route' to Buenos Ayres, they ' having been adopted by Argentine families. Notices .of wage - reductions, ap proximating in some eases thirty .per cent, are to be Issued this week to the employes of .Eastern railroads. Ths reduction affects 760 000 men. ' The Nobel' peace prlxe for 1821 has been divided between Hajalmar B rant ing. Premier of Sweden, and Christian L. Langa, of Norway. Secretary of the Inter-Parliamentary Union. r Representative - Henry Delaware Flood, chairman of the Democratic Congressional committee, and Demo cratic State chairman Of Virginia, died " In Washington on December 8, of heart i trouble. General Orellana, chief, of stair of,, the Guatemalan army, has been elected Provisional President of the republic to take the place of Carlos Herrera, who was overthrown early in last week. .' '. - ', ; . ',- The budget submitted by President ( Harding to Congress for the fiscal ; year 1(28 calls for appropriations slightly more than $8,600 000.000. This represents ths estimated coat -of the government luring the fiscal year end- ing June SO, 1828, and to 16000,000,000 ' less than for the year ending June so, i 1823. v. ... . . . ; 'Approval of the expenditure of $2,-1 260,000 to provide a hospital for tu berculosis and nervous and mental ca--1 ses of negro former service men at Tuskegee, - Ala, has been announced ' v by Secretary Mellon. : . ' '- The American birth rale advanced ' 1.4 per cent in 1920 as' compared with llil. The ' h.ghest birth rate tor the white population was in North Caro lina With 81.7 per cent per thousand population. Tha Bing Kong Tong, one of the strongest . Chinese ' organizations In , California, has asked all other tongs to co-operate in maintaining peace, I Hiph Spots in the World' c Li. 3 . s During the Year 1921 5 I - k. f- 1 T-V-V sr- , npci Mrt --s I fFf-V... ; : I n i vm weuwiv ct -3 I sv- - n .) i ,!: .- i r w .LSES? . 1 xa txPtOtcs ,n MdW I ' &dl ZZJX . t r ' jtzpt VI -SllCs IjaisXaeN Ma is .' A R. CUAl' Cnr5 .'. O .IW, -V i 3 BOleVa.s;r ''. ,-'i,rr;-wM:.. ..! vt JTaifC-V ' ISlTlTiiilsirili.- --riaTi lsws '. , ,M V-t '' - declaring no more long wars would be tolerated In California. ' ' Emma Golmari, who was deported in. 1911 from the United States be cause of her alleged anarchistic &otl vttles. is believed to be In Rigs, with the Intention Of seeking permission to return to the United" States. The five women members of ths Swedleh-Parilamsnt. the. first to be elected In the history of the country, have started a mild rebellion, demand ing that they be given, equality In the matter of comfort in the -Parliament Building. ,,'-.' The Lake submarine 8-48 sank in tha harbor at Bridgeport t Conn., oo December S, and was submerged" IS hours before the crew of fifty-one, by lightening the ballast tanks, raised one end of' the .craft to the surface and escaped through the torpedo tubea 1 Sir Arthur Pearson, one of England's outstanding publicists until his eye sight failed In llt, died at bis home ln London on December t. He was president of the National Institute for the Blind, and had helped many blind soldiers, both In' England and Ameri ca. v - t; -;--t i: Meletios, Metropolitan- ' of Athena now sojourning in the United States, baa been elected in Constantinople to be Ecumenical Patriarch of the Eas tern Orthodox Church. This Vlectlon Is the- first in- sloven centuries, that has been free and untrammoled,, the Sul tan bf Turkey heretofore having bad the right to strike front the list of ellg- ibles the name of anyone he did not favor for ths office. A car load of Brdsell wagons, gears. steel sxeens, at pre war prices. 1 Aug ustus Snyder. ltf-7-tf IN RUSSIA TODAY ) If Newspapers Told ' the Unvarnished Truth Only a short time ago ths editor of a 'paper la Indiana grew tired of being called a liar, announced that he would tell the truth in the future and the next Issue of the paper contained the following items: 'John Bonln, the laslest merchant In town, made a trip to Bellvllle on Mon day. -,r ; John Coyl. our grooeryman. Is doing poor business; bis store is dusty and dirty; how can he do muehT - - - Rev. -"Sty preached Sunday night on Charity.- The sermon was punk and fully an hour long. , - -, t ' Dave Cankey died at his bome here Thursday.' The doctor said It was heart failure: whiskey killed him. . - ' Marrled-Mlsa Sylvia Robs and Jaa Colling were . married at the Baptist parsonage by Rev. J. Oordon. The bride Is a very ordinary town girl who does not know aa much about cooking as a jack-rabbit . and has never worked three days in her Ufa She la not a beauty by any means and has a fait like a duck.. The groom Is an up-to-date loafer. He has been living oil the old folks at home and Is. not worth shucka .- Died Exra Plum, aged 61 years, six months, and IS days. Deceased was a mild natured pirate with a mouth for whiskey.. He came here la the night with another man' wife and joined the church at the first chance. lie owes seven dollars for the paper, a. large bill, and you could hear him pray for six blocks, tie died singing- "Jesus paid It all," and we tblnk hs's right; he never paid it himself. He was bur led In an asbestos casket and , his friend , threw palm leaf fans . In the grave as be may need them. Oskal oosa Herald. , ... Photograph (rom Moscow thov street cobbler's shop. K woman getting; bcr ahotj repaired right m her feet IIOUCKVILLE (Too late for last week.) . ; John Hensley la very sick at this writing. ' . 7 Mr. and Mra Sam Houck and Mrs. Louise Lewis of Carter county la vis iting friends and relative at tll placa 7', Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Geo, Kitchen, a nne boy. . . , , , Lies, Charley and Jesse Williams attended church hers Bunday. Misses Roberta Stafford and Irene Woods called on Misses Hasel and Ed na Butler Sunday. ' .7 - ' Charlev Sanders, who to emDloved at Louisa, "passed 'through here. Fri day. Mr, and Mrs. Forest Rogers called on the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Houck Sunday.' " Norman Sanders of Blaine was vis iting home, folks Sunday. ... Mra Mary Bryant called on . home folks Sunday. , ' Mlases Ethel Kitchen and Julia Ka zee of Blaine called on Misses Emma and Lizzie Bryant Sunday. Mra Mary Polley was visiting Mra. Minerva Kitchen one day last week. Rumor says wedding bells will be ringing here soon. ' W. P. Hylton and Mrs. Mary Bry ant Were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Murphy Sunday, ( mcKSvnxE 'i - . i .. . ,. I,' There will be church at Cat Dee. IS. Everybody come. , ' Churoh at Cat Bunday was largely attended. - . ,. Mm. Lotus Stewart attended church at Cat Sunday.- Mlsa Stella McKlnnsy was the Bat urday night yuset of Opal and AudryV Thompson. Alva Busch, who has bad employ, ment at HoUaad, W, Va, has relumed home and was the Monday night guest of his wife.-Stella Bason. , . , Mr. and Mra Grant Bently and Mrs. Homer Stswart were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, u. Dalton. Uncle John Holbrook, who has been very ill. Is some better.- Sam McKlnnsy was the Saturday night fuesl of J. M. McKlnney. Lula Busoh Is attending school at this place. CHRISTIAN OIRL. DR. 7L tllLLARD DENTIST .Offloe In Or. lurgess Building . Opposite Court Hsuee Offlee Hursi-:00 s. m. ts 6i00 p. m. Office and Resldsnee Phene No. Ill DR. U. 1L SPARKS DENTIST uiuoo in Bank Block, belwsen two banks. Louiaa If. Office Moursig:00 a. m. ts 6i00 s, at, Specisl Hours by Appointment : the '21 I Nov. 6, 1921. . ; FROM FORT OAY ., East Bound -No. 4 Dally.,..,, ..,,.....,.8:26 A. M. No. S Dally ....;.8:40 A. M. No. II Dally ,.2:11 p. M. ,.'7;..'" .' Wsst Bound No. I Dally...:., ;.,.......j:i8 A. M. No. 16 Dally., ,'ii:ii p. m. No. 21 Dally ...,,...1:16 P. M. Pullman Cars and Dining Car Service on trains I, 4 II and II. . : For rates, schedules and additional Information, apply to JNO. P. SMITH. Passenger Agent Portsmouth Ohio, or W, C. 8AUNDERS, General Passeng er Afrent, Roanoke, Va. MONUMENTS Prices Reduced J5 to 39 oo - The so-osllsd ,wsr prices are wiped out, and ws are producing monumental work at ths towsst possibis prices. Qrsnits Markers in Bsrrs, 8t Cloud, Missouri Red, Little Falls Blsok, Mont Ross, Winiporo Blue, Golden Green, Nsw England Orsy, and Quinoy and Blue Synits Qrsnitss lettered complete and sst in esmstery 26 to $50, NOAH SHEETS, Prop. 14th 8treet snd 2nd Avenue HUNTINGTON, W. VA.