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Friday, December Zl, 1121.
DIG SANDY -NEWS luIX-jiTk! Story of the Man Who Runs the Enormous Details ; cf the Great Farm , Bureau Federa- " tion. By 0ERT FULLER. Chicago, Dm. Tou ought to know John W. Covardale, brauN tie Hi to lsy on of the , Nation's outstanding man. '" ' ' Mr. Coverdale bu jiiat been re jected secretary of .Itbe .iAmertoan Kara Bureau . Fsdemtion, a deserved -ompllment to a nu tho hu.Uit enormous dut of handling ths my ' vied of details of that new wonder or sanitation of American farmer. John W. ' Coverdale was born on a farm in Weooifield Townhip, Clinton ominty, Iowa, April 4. H8l. UptU ba -waa sixteen - years oid.be received country x aohool training, and In the fell of 1st) he entered . the graded school a Delmar,' Iowa, driving all tn order to be at home U time 10 neip v-nina noge, Dnropenire snrep, innm wlth the chorea He graduated from J comb Rhode . laland Red chickens, I he Ielmar High School tn June, tsOS. ' Reed's ' Yellow Dent seed corn, and In Beptambar, .IMS. h entered the Karly. Champion oats, and made a Iowa. State College of Agriculture specially Of -showing at county fairs, Ames, aa a special student Herd he institutes, abort courses, etc. He haa spent two and -Wne-half years In study-;ren Basiawnt superintendent of ag ing agriculture, and waa chosen a rirutture at the Iowa Htata Fair since member of the Uve Block Judging l0f. . Tam to demonstrate 'at the Vorld'e : On Nuwmlwr JO. 1921. Mr. Cover Kulr. Ht. Louis, Mo, 1004. During hla dale moved to" Amea to take rhurge of college career he openl considerable the county agent organization work, tone Judging atook at county fairs, He: wa promoted to Hute County and aleo Judging grain at farmers' In- Agent leader July 1 114, Due to hie stltutea - '.. ,1 n. January 1. J $05. Mr. Coverdale mn imn tomnn In farming with hie Ulnar In Clinton county, lowa. He When the lowa Farm Bureau Federa miirlKl on January . ISO, and tion waa formed. In 11S, Mr. Covar- bougbta farm for himeelf, moving on d.ile waa'choaen aa Ita first secretary, it March 1, 1$0. Kaoh winter, from The meroberahip drive which ha or--inns i tto. he returned to Amea for genlsed and carried through to a suo- tha Winter Short Course In order to tlnlsh bis training. Ho farmed for him- erlf from March I, 1M to November tai. which tlmo he entered the' of the United Biatea Depart-' meat of Agriculture - and the lowa - that upon the formation of the Airier ui.t. roiiiM M-nnrntlH. to ass tat Jean Karm Bureau Federation In Chl- i n(uiim at eounty aaent i ;. , . . HULETTE Church at this plaos waa largely t-14-nded. Bundajf Bight. 7- " " Mrs. r. R. Harman and daughters were railing en Mrs. Undsey Nunley Sunday. Mia Olga 'Moor 'spent Saturday and Bunday with . her brother, ,EH Moore. , Cheater Compton. Who has been sick for the past week la ft ting better row. . -rsr! Var.hsm was calling o Uiyna Sunday. Quito a number sf boys from ffells bar attended , chore af this ' pktos Punday night . , Amy p'Danlel, Who haa been visit. BeT her; sister a Huntington,1 W,-Va, has returned boms.. " Mary lie torooka. who has bwptt at tending school at Huntington, W. Va, runt bonis to apend Christmas with ' homn folka- V- ' ' Mr.'and Mrs. Hart Nunley spent Saturday and 'Sunday -with. Mr., and Mra. Lewla Nanley. t Born, to Mr. and Mra. BUI Moors, a fine boy. Jay Moors was calling en his best girl at. this place Sunday. We were sorry to hear of the death ef Mlas Lannl Cobb. . B AND D. ' sjg 1 1 1 II II ' I - "' DENNIS ' Several from her attended church at Jattls Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs.. Austin Bentley were visiting the tatter's parents Sunday., Kay and John Cooksey have return ed horn from KJstlar. W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pink spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. . WUlaxd Cooksey. ... Rev. J. 8. . MoClung spent Monday night with Rowland Hutchison. There will be a Christmas tree at Ollovllls Christmas sve, Deo. -14th. ISverybody com and let's have a good time. BLUB EYES. . IRAD Bro. Luther Plgg held meeting at Daniels creek. Bunday. - Arthur Woods' little son. who has been 111 for some time Is om better at this writing. Miss Eva Carter was calling on her cousin, Mra Carrie Roberts, Thurs day. , s Mra Tom Derlfleld and daughter were calling on Mrs. Ush Jobs Bun day. - - ' ", .v.- .,:.. VJmi Perrv m at I raft fiaturdav. if Bunday school will close at Daniels v V creek Bunday morning, come every body. - - IX)nkhOMB KID. Buy Mour Furniture j : awsssas.s.sBSBBSs.--swawassBsssmsaBSB - ( RUGS, STOVES, DOORS, WINDOWS, PLUMB ING GOODS AND, ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE AT PRICES RIGHT. ALSO, SILVERWARE, ; CARVING SETS, ALUMINUM WARE .... ': . All thse artioles and 1000 mors E. E. 6HANN0N'8 OLD STAND -- Cm While on the farm, Mr. CovrdaIe bred Aberdeen- Angus cattle, rolAad enons, lowa wsi ine nnn iuk ui have a Farm Bureau with a county agent In every oneof lis counties. cessful completion Is still the talk of the farm bureau movement, no omer stats nas yet equsuea iowb a nnn. bershlp, 8o coneplcuotfs was Mr. Coverdale'a record as an organiser cuo on March 4. 1(20. Mr. Coverdale was cnDpn ov rri j . ADELINE ' Mr. and Mrs. Wade Vanhorn wers the Buni UiU f lr. ar.d Mrs. D. . C. Queen or Eetep. . Mr.", and Mrs. Garland Webb and little son of Fnllsburg were th week end guests of 'he tatter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. Mies Eff Is Whits has returned to Kenova after spending a few days with horns folks. , ' .: : Mr. and Mrs. 8. -B. Bellomy will leave this week for Russell where they will visit their daughter, Ruth, who holds a position In ths T. M. C. A. . Several boys and girls from here attended the pie social at Buchanan Wednesday night. ..Tom Chad wick and little daughter were visiting relstlvrs an Cat Friday. . Misses fJoldle and CH-nrude Miller, Anna Humphrey and Anna Vanhorn will leave soon for Richmond, . Va, wlMre they will enter high school. , Sunday School here every Sunday afternoon.. Everybody come and help ua to have a good Sunday School. , A BROWN EYED BLONDE. SALTPETER CHAPEL Sunday school Is prtrrelng fins at this place. ' Mr. M. S. Bum promised to visit our Sundry school Sunday and there was a large crowd out' to hear him. didn't come and Mr. W. H. Hani cam up from Lock No. ) and taught his old Bible class and gave our children a 'good talk. W want htm to com again for we need all the encouragement we can get these times for they are aerloua We will look for Mr. Bum next Sunday. He waa up a few 'Sunday age end tv u a good talk. ' v Mr.' W. H. Harris haa been visiting hla Uter, Mra. Pharoah , Wilson and his brother, John Roberts. Miss- Hasel .Montgomery and Miss Maud Lynch ars at home till after the holiday from school. . The prayer meeting was largely (at tended Sunday night , -' Prayer meeting at Baltpeter chapel vary Saturday. night. Q. W. Montgomery- ha been called (i way from bom on account of his brother's death at Concord. ' i . Monroe gammons and family were visiting U. 8. Pauley 8unday. ' - ..A FRIEND. . Pat was brought to the hospital suf fering severely. f ; "Whloh ward do you want to be ta. ken toT' the house physician, naked. "The pay ward, or" ' i "Alny ward thot la safely dlmocrat Ic," Pat Interrupted feebly. ... , : . . ' to be had at GOOD PRICES at Your Calling Will Be Approlat4 Johnnie Vk'iinl ami daughter were xhnpplug in l'alntsvllln Saturday. Krvin Williamson and Mrs. Agn and Mqllle Williamson of Charleston, W. Va. are visiting relative bere. Mrs. Delia - Meek and son made a buMlneas trip, to Palntsvllle hist week. ' Miss Shirley Blevlns spent Batur day .night wttti Mra, C. C. William son. . Mrs. Marlon Workman and Miss Jes sie were visiting relatives at Offutt and Two Mile last week. . Mlas Una Williamson Is spending a few days with her slater, Mra. Hobart Lewis, at Hellier. . Mr. and Mrs. Rube Berry spent Fri day night and Saturday with relatives at Palntsvllle. . ,.'.;' - Mlas Ardath Hnatr and Ros Ward. Clyde Bpear and Elmer Osborn were visiting; Mies Maxie Meek Sunday. Mrs, Mollis and Agnes ,WUJlamson and Miisi Oypsle Ward spent Bunday with Miss Shirley Blevlns. Mr. .Walter Osborn and tittle son spent a tew day .with relatives at Boon's Camp last . week. . Miss Ivory Ward and Seymour Dan iel spent Sunday with' Mr. and Mra Arlle Sparka liases Maxle Boyd. Maxle Meek Hose Ward, Hasel RAtlifl, - Dlxls and Maxle Litton .and Sarah Lewis and Messers. Jesse and Vernon Boyd. Jesse Hnarka ..Oarfleld Bpear and Eugene Meek attended church at White House' Munday night. . ' V . "V , ; j aiiss maiiwis vwiurne 01 roruvnuuw , Ohio, Is spending a few weeks with relatlvea here. I I . Rose Ward spent Sunday night with , Mdxls Meek. . , I Alex Cassady of Palntavllle and Ma l.liasa Osborne of Portsmouth. Ohio, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Rm ini'tt Murray. . 1 Miss (Jka Ward spent Sunday with . Mrs. Mabel Ward. ' Jesse Boyd spent Sunday night with jese nparss, Hershi-I Rjwu a visitor here Mon day. ' . ' - Miss Martin HLnkle spent Sunday with Mies DU( Ratlllt. Mlas Anna Williamson of Stldham spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. Uarneld Booth. Mrs. Nelson Webb and children of Vsn Lear are apendlng a few days with relatives here and at Stldham Verllne Smith of Huntlngtoa W. va., passed through here Monday to visit his wife, who Is spending a few woeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bant Williamson of Btldham. , Mlao 8us4e Dawson spent the week end with her slater, Mrs. Jesse Van hooea . '' Arthur Fannin was visiting Mr. and Mrs.-Walter Oe borne Monday. ... . Clyde Spears and Buster Burgess of Huntington, W. Va, spent last a with missives bars. ,..v - .. Flem WUlis and. Beedie Meek of Boon's Camp were visiting here Sun day. Walter HaJI was visiting Hasel Rat. luT .Friday. . . , ., Norman Ratliff was visiting Eph rlam Vanhooee Sunday. Mallasa Osborne spent Saturday night with' Mra Delia Meek. .. . 1 Mrs. Joe D.. Ward waa visiting Miss Ivory Ward last week. . - - . ..Miss Ross Ward spent Saturday night with Miss. Ardath Soagge. - Mra. R. R Wallen and Mrs. Isom Wallsn wers visiting Mrs. Mastln Boyd Bunday. , , SOMEBODY'S LITTLE BUDDY. I1EALTIIFUL VIGOR IN STMtG BLOOD Rich, Red Blood Built Up By Pepto-Mangan Liquid or Tablet . Blood Is strong; and full of Ufa-giving vigor when there ars plenty of red cell in It . Anaemic people have tittle strength because there are not enough red cell In th blood. It 1 thin knd watery. Weak blood makes faces pals, pulls down the strength and leave the body tired, weak and sickly. A course in Gude's Pepto-Mangan restores ; weak blood to its , normal strength. Taken, regularly for a while It adds red cells to the blood. Then with good blood, ths strength and vigor of heath return. There I plea, ure In living, with good blood running through th veins. Oud' Pepto-Man gan la put up In liquid and In tablet form. They are the asms medicinally. Physicians have prescribed . Quae's Pepto-Mangan' for yeara '..The. name "Gude's Pepto-Mangan"-ls on th pack age. Advertisement - V. . HUNTINGTON, Wv VA. ; 'Christmas shopping Is all the go In our town at present - ' - -- v ' We were sorry to hear of Millie Burchett's death. Ths bereaved have our greatest sympathy. 1.. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Diamond pave recently moved into their pretty home on Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jap Ouhl entertained several of their friends Sunday even ing. . '.- Cove Diamond of Yatesvllle ta ex pected to visit her , soon. : . Mr. Effle Colllnsworth haa return ed .home, i '..:! ;,. . " Tom Diamond and Bam Wheeler of the South Bide called on Mr. and Mrs.:,urvee of P'- Bandytne river was a Cheater Diamond Monday. , : . . ,i highway ot commerce. A . footbridge Dr. Henry Marcum of Normal, Ky... visited relatives here recently. , i Ws would like 1o hear from Mor-' gan's creek and Tatesvllle. : 'I.-.- -. ... DIMPLES, ITS THE LITTLE - ; ' THINQS THAT COUNT; .. . i SUrt a UtUe earHer, work a llttls later talk a little less,' work a little harder, hurry a Httle more, make eaoh it. .1 a.w trouble with a little ami re. Practice little economies' In a hund red little ways, bank a Httle extra with each little raise, improve your little leisure time with a little study and In a little while you'll be enjoying a lit tle happiness with little cause to wor ry and a little check book bandy to buy the little things In Ufa. The Big 8andy News will make an ' appreciative Christmas present I ScSic.pl Opens ; Mosiday, RinilT TiriF TO FTJTFR Now'whUe business is dull is the best time to enter a t ; I muill iiiiiid IU LIU LI V nesg gchool 56 it win enable yOU-to just lc.:t , - the time business is picking tip. If you do not have V 2 v money at nana, it will pay you to borrow, so aa to be rc . ; , - at the right time. - TUaTIOri e the same price for tuition as we charged r't v years ago. rYou cannot find 'another business schcel cr business house that can say the same thing. We r : . :r increased our tuition during the war.- We own bur L . '11 s , ing and do not have to pay rent. Our Jpupils pet tl.3 Ll Vantage Of this. $78.00 will pay.for a six months' ccui"2, ,- including tuition, books, typewriting and supplies. Cur tuition is payable at the beginning of each month, ar.d trs do jiot accept tuition more than one month in edvcr 'x ' ' The f ollowing;is our monthly rates : 1 15.00 first rzz r ' " ; ' $13 second month $li third, month: t9 fourth monla; rj fifth and any succeeding months. Can you beat. that i.r posraoiis - - SALARIES - TEACHERS - DIPLOMAS - - .y '-,-.,-' : DORMITORY AND RESTAURAIlt WHITER TERU0PB1S Boothe SOOTHE CORNER A Bid 8ANOV BUNKER. -The following Is an editorial from the Courier-Journal: Captain Davis, veteran riverman.seU out to . revive . transportation on the Big Bandy and la. barred by a foot bridge at the mouth of Cow creek un der which his amokestacka, and his tuperatruoture maybe, will not pass! The Incident showe how widespread Is .the.. feeling .that. a. Kentucky, river ceases to be of use" as soon as Its eachos echo the blast ot a locomotive whistle and train smoke curtains the cliffs between which it flows. v .Doubtless the builder ot ths foot bridge thought ot the Big. Sandy aa being no longer a possible, hearer of traSlo . demanding, mora, space above ths stream than Is -necessary to the progress of a tug towing saw logs or competing In a small i way with the "coal draggera". which thunder down to Ashland from the region of the trail of the lonesome, pine. . . . . ... - Out of the Innocent' conviction that the river was forever out ot business, la a-large way, grew, the encroaching footbridge at Cow, behind which Cap tain Xavls found himself In the sit uation of a golf player behind a bunk er, without his niblick. , ;' Plkevllle was a river city more than 100, years ago. For more than 100 years It remained a river city. It's water transportation was ; Intermittent.;- but' merchants adapted . 'themselves to the rVT o.j Blg Sandy nd made ways of the profitable use of It when It waa ruf flclently high to accommodate a laden steamer. f . ' -- . "Who can arrest the tears of Isls aa they flow? aska the Egyptian, re ferring to the mighty current of .the Nile. , -:i '.' " ; "Wiho can persuade the tears ot leisr a Plkevllle merchant might have asked when the Big Sandy. , the only means of communication with the set tlements on the. Ohio, was at summer Stages. . . Y . But waiting upon the tears, and rid ing the tide as It flowed, and aa It ebbed were practical. .. : Until 1904. when a serpentine branch of the Chesapeake & Ohio began. In a languid way, to meanaer eiong me Wirown across m,. parring '. tnaignity to a stream wuicn ... interesting past, imaeu siw w.- . (history of Kentucky, and which has. no doubt, a future, as a waterway ror freight other, than rafted sawlogs and coal In bargea - f ; .... . Sparseness of population and a rall- road, which did a little better than a river which ;had only a seasonal flow aumciem 10 maxe nv.Bu.e wc mctora in tne neglect 01 tne stream. tiui int time will . wme, w.iu ...o growth of population, when Kentuor kvs great mileage of minor rivers,- ln- REM0DEUKI-REPAIR1N0-CIXANIN0 i f Trf1 FUR STORAGE 4 UliOETflNi.KECP GREEN ORE EN. FURRIERS iNooarX)R'fn , l!MS.Tsirs . LOUiSVUXK. KY. pnee and terms anywhere - ; Even during these times of business depression, we tra having more calls for bookkeeper and stenographers 1. jx we can supply.5 Tust . think what it will mean when I : ness revives. '" We do not tharge for placing our pul.j ix ': position. " ''V:' ; ' rr.: ,-:k-:,, Attnoutrh we are charenne the same tuition as bef crs l';s world war, we are placing our pupils in positions tc;y Which pay almost aouble , what they were paying ecven years ago. Ordinarily the first pionth's salary pays tilc what your course with us cost you. Just think what a 1 1- 1 .... . 1 ii? : t suienaia vaiue you re get-img xvr your muiiey t Our teachers are all specialists in the line of work they teach and hold diplomas to show their preparation. They have done actual bookkeeping - and stenographic work which makes their teaching very practical. This is a special advantage we are offering. ' ; ; ' We do not 'charge for our diplomas. When a pupil has passed our requirements we give hiin a diploma free of charge. That makes our diploma a gilt-edge recommen dation to a business man. We have a dormitory for girls in the school building and charge only $7 a month for rooms Vhere girls are looked after as carefully as they would be at their own homes. We have a dining room ui the school building where our pupils get meals at very reasonaDie rates. ? Now we haye laid the main facts bef ore you. All you hava to do is to make your arrangements and be here ready t enroll and start to work Monday. January .2. 1222. i We can take care of you on a moment's notice, and are rezZj and willing to work hard to prepare you for a fine pcclticx Business School "t- ... w 1 , r BOOTHE PHONE 1200 eluding the Big Sandy, will be used. In the meantime Captain Davis will, no doubt And legal means ef clesrlng the Big Sandy of euch obstructions as that i which caused . him to tie up at Cow, creek upon his . maiden voyage with Plkevllle as his port of destine. tion... , !. . " ' , WHITEHOUSE Mrs'. Dicle Castle, Is on the eick list Miss Julia Burgess Is expecting- to visit her brother. A. P. Burgees, at Walbridge soon. " Jim Maynard and family of Elkhorn City, are visiting, his parents at .thls- place. ; - ' . Mrs. Dlcte Castle and family at. tended the funeral of Bill Sparks at Buffalo. Mr. Sparks was a good man and, Is now at rest. We sympathise with, the bereaved family. Dr. Oeborn'e wife is on the sick list -. Iwlgs Welch ,is expecting hie brother Bill home to spend Christmas with htm from Hatfield. W. Va. "Mrs. Dlcle Castle expects to visit her son at Van Lear Christmas. 1 Church was largely attended at this place 8unday night . :-' ; ; . i Mra Lora Jennings visited her mother: Mrs. Nealy of Vaa-'tieer. r Mrs. Brown's., family took dinner with Mrs. Dicle Castle Sunday. I , Frank Parker has returned home from the -hospital where he went for treatment. We are glad he la Improv- .. . imnu LAZY MOON. THIS BOY SOLD FOR $75,000 S-e Jimmy O'Donnell, first baseman who has Just been sold by the San Francisco club to the New V ork Giants (or $75,000. New York threw Jour human players into the sale. Baseball is a great game but there it a lot of downright lordidness about it. - . i. : ' - ' ) A c Y - .1 I; : ;A V,. J Huntinitc, West Va. - BOOTITE BUILDITr. Compton and Twin Brr.cli - There -will be a ChrlBtmas tree at Compton school house December 84, beginning at bne p. m. The entertain, roent spoken of In last week's NEWS has been "postponed. " "" ' Mra Howard Burton Is caillhg ba home folks this-Week. -Reba -Adams called on Mrs. Clera Burton Sunday, j ; ; . . B. , F. Carter haa been very .111 for a, few days. '. . .,; ' Marion Wright passed " down our creek Sunday. Dee' Wright and Bertie Carter -were united ; 'in ' marriage Friday 'evening. Their 'manv friends wish them much success and happiness. . Riley Burchett called on Ersella Ad ams Sunday. . XJsten for the wedding bells. : .v . 8T NICHOLAS. RAW FUR. Mr. Trapper and , shipper we glee more' than any house In the state. We been shipper IS years and are reliable with. 76,00O rating In Dunn and Brad street We bought a coon on Big Blain oil field, we give 15.00 for pelt. We pay 16.10 for No. 1 mink; 10 for No. red fox; -42 for No. 1 gray fox; $1.60 for No. 1 winter muskrat; $2.50 for stripe skunk; $4.00 nr black skunk; SOo for No. 1 large possum In bunch lots. We give the price, All people say go ta. Big Blaine Produce Co., where the val ue will be high and the price low. We give 6c a pound for green calf hides? $6 for old btindle hide If weight Is i hide. . We bought S head of geese an paid $6.70 for them. We pay SOo per nnnnd fnr vnunr tnrkev and 28n for aWI. turkey. We never sell turkey to strang ers. , Tell her big buyers we give pound of pure lard for 1 pound ham. We buy hams and give 20c lb in groc eries; 16c lb for shoulders. We buy wool at 18c lb. Qrease wool cash or 20c In groceries. . Tub washed and nicked 26c cash or So in groceries. W buy pack stock butter No. 1 at 2fte lb. SO day .old same, white 10c and 15c. We buy big head onions give 84c per bushel In groceries. We bought on housand fur pelta in 15 days at high -rices. Bring er send pelta all klnda- by parcel post. We eend money earn day we receive pelt Ginseng (6.60 lb. We largest dealers In eur town. If you don't eell us ws both lose. If H. J. Peek were to Sail In river and get drowned his friends would go to head of river after him. If many ether little ' dealers would fall In river their friends would go down river. We handle all 'kinds of apples Rom beauty, gold crimp and Baldwin. We nil any 'order. Plenty of corn chop lOe half gal, and trough to feed In. Freeh cheese and bologna, sausage. F wiled peaches, canned strawberry, pineapple, cherry and grapes. Het coffee 6c per cup, hot stove to warm by. Pop Bo bot tle. All kinds of cola. . We want to get rating of $100,00$. It's -alwaya been Pack against the world-in business. Glvs call. Truth and honesty pay large dividends. Big Blaine Produce Co. 1 H. J. Peek, Mgr. snd Buyer. Bex' 85 BLAINE, KY. 1-