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Friday, March 17, 1922.
BIG SANDY . NEWS PAGE THREE GRIFFITH CREEK School ut Summit is progressing nicely. Mrs. J!m Lemaater and little daugh ter, were the Sunday guesta of Mra. l'unlel Lemnstrr. ' " . Miaa Beuluh Colllfisworth was the pleasant guist of the Mlsaea 8am mnna Frlduy night. : Mr. and Mra. Harhert Umast.r spent the week-end with relatives at thla place. ; Lliulscy Lambert made his usual Call at this place Sunday;. . , ' Robert Walker left Monday for Al phoretu where he expecta to find em ployment. -Messrs. Frank Chlldere and Walter Frealon were calling on their Griffith creek girla Bunday. . : John Waller la expected home soon from Cincinnati. .-t Mlsaea Blanch and Guaale Sum mons, Opal Miller and Jet tie Moore attended church at Cherryvllle Sun day. Gladys Walker spent the week-end with home folks, ' Llndaey Moor Is visiting relatives at Dry Ridge. Beatrice Pennington who has been very III with pneumonia, is able to be out again. Quite a number of young folks took dinner with Mrs. Dun tale Sunday. Hay Perry had the misfortune of Jutting hla leg broken Saturday. 1 Mra. C. V, Back la HI at this writ- ' C'ongratulatlona to John Thomas Tomllnson and bride.. Also, Mont Hohinett aid bride. Gllea Hi ward and Ray Moore were tne guests o: relatives at Torchlight Sunday. . Mr. and Mra. , W. Harris. Mrs. Minnie Walker and Rex Vaughan at tended church at Summit Sunday. - Rvbert Walker was a business ca!! er at Torchlight Sunday. Pauline and Marie Walker were the gueats of Birnlce Walker Sunday. J. 8. Walker and M. T. Preece were transacting business in Louisa ' Monday. -. Charles Moor was on our creek Sun- Mrs. J. T. Tomllnaon paased thru here Monday. Virginia Laney vlalted our school Monday. Mrs. Llndsey Moore and tittle daugh ter were calling on Mrs. C. V, Back Sunday. -V r. -: : '- . - " ,. .- -; Opal E. Miller was the 'pleasant Monday night guest of Mra. C. V. Back. Nell Thompson and Mr. O. V. Har ria went to Van Lear Saturday to see their aunt who la III. ' Walter- Preston ' waa calling here Bunday. FOUR CHUMS . SHANNON BRANCH . On February 26, 1922, the death an gel called at the home of Mr. and Mra. David Miller and took from them their daughter, Nancy Ellen, age t years, line was burled in the cemetery over looking their home. Rev. A. H. Miller conducted the burial services and a large crowd was present. The bereaved parents have our heartfelt sympathy. Strolher Travis of Buchanan was a visitor at thla place last week. The farmers are getting very busy In our locality preparing to farm, . Mlasea Liszle and Mexle Chlldera are visiting their sister, Mrs. Neat Fer guson, at Loulaa, The heavy rains In this community ' have caused the roads to be almoat Impassable at present. Ned Miller of lronton, Ohio, Is spend !ng a few days with Mr. and Mrs. David Miller at this writing. Miss Cella Chlldere has returned home after spending several daya with relatives at this place. ... A revival meeting Is being held at this place by Rev. Bpauldlng of Plain City, Ohio, and much good Is being done. There have been 2 conversions. The people think ots of Bro. Bpauld lng. Some will join the Methodist and soms tbs Baptist. Lisa Hickman and Millard Vanhooss have purchaaed a large boundry of timber of M. P. Hickman on Mead's Branch and will begin work In the near future. There will be church on Mead'a Branch the fourth Saturday night and Sunday in thla month by Rev. Cur nutte. BLUE: EYES. CHILLICOTHE, OHIO W. 8. Chaff in and aon motored to Chilllcolhe Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Crabtree, who haa been on the sick list for a few days is bet ter. Mrs. Jennie Gilkey haa been epond ' Ing a few days In town with her step daughter who has been very sick with flu. Misa Cella Chaffln was the guest of Mrs. Gllkey one day last week. Mr. and Mra. Jamea Margin were business callers In town Friday. William Chaffln and wife were the gueats of his grandmother Saturday and Sunday. Hnd the good paper along. It la welcome every Saturday. FOROKT-ME-NOT. BIG REDUCTION ON CLOTHING Boys Suits,"'Mens Pants, and a lot of Raincoats at less than you can buy wholesale anywhere. If you need any of these goods just let us show you. We can do it better than we can tell you. We ars closing out a lot of ths olothing because we haven't room for it. When in town givs us a trial, C.CSKAGGS 4 Next door to Poatofflcs LOUI8A, KENTUCKY . , Phona 60 . "GENTLEMAN JIM" HAS A RIVAL. At last heavyweight champion 'as appeared who likes lo wear . xd clothes even better than "Gcn cmin Jim" Corbctt Thii new pic--re of Jack Dempsey shows the mt in hit "open faced' (rock WEST JEFFERSON, O. Mr. and Mrs. Atlson Moore enter tained a number of their friends Sun day. ' '.:. ' Mrs. Fannie Sparks Oatton and son are spending a few weeks' with . rel atives at Norls, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Kldd and son spent the week-end with Mr. and Mra Harvey Johnson. Mis Gertrude Moore spent Thurs day at Somerford visiting the schools At that place Mr. and Mra. Noah France were Jefferson visitors Saturday. Andrew Berry haa moved his fam ily from ths country to West Jeffer son. Mrs. Atlaon Moore, daughter, Ger trude and son, Seth, spent Saturday with Mrs. Hobert Kldd. Ossls Boggs will move his family to Houatanla farm aoon. Mra. Belle McHenry apent Saturday In Columbus. John Kubitschack and Miaa Elisa beth McHenry were united In mar riage at the home of ths bride Satur day. February 19. Tha bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc Henry. The groom a wealthy ho tel keeper of West Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bradley ano children, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Kldd and son were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cordis of Hlllards last week. ... ; . TINA TIG. NORIS (Too Late For Last Week) Several from this place attended church at Little Blaine Sunday.. There will be church here Sunday by Rev. A. H. Miller. Everybody come Ben Miller made a bualneea trip to F. M. Pack'a one day last week John Stewart was in Louisa one day last week. i.' Lon Moore and Jay Hinkle left for Beaver creek last week where they have employment. Several of the people on our creek are on the sick list. Mrs. J. A. Stewart and daughter were calling at Frank Goee's Tuesday evening. Ray Stewart and Edgar Gone made a business trip to Prestonsburg one day last week. Walter Preston passed down our creek one day last week. The girls on this creek are still quarreling over James Dooley. ' M. P. Hickman has been on the sick list,, but Is better at thla writing. Joe Miller haa been making cross ilea and he says it Is a good Job. Blllle, nnd Jim Preston were in Cat lettsburg Inst week. Let us hear from Matty. MIKE AND IKE. DEEP HOLE There will be church at thla place Sunday the 18th by Rev. McClung. Miss Wlllma Whltt was vlaiting rel atives at Mt. Pleasant Saturday last. The birthday party that was given by Miss Mntle Taylor waa largely at tended. Air report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Rice were shop ping at Yateaville lust Saturday. , Mlsa Leona Bays contemplates a hvislt to her brother at Ashland soon. Misses Wlllla and Elbert Austin and sister, Rosla, visited at W. B. Tay lor's Saturday night. Miss Elisabeth Taylor Is visiting Mrs. W. M. Roberts' at Auxler. . A large crowd from this place at tended church at Morgan creek Sun day. Wlllma Whltt was shopping at Yates ville Monday. Richard Rice was calling on Wlllma Whltt Sunday. Jonah Jones was calling on Dock Rice at this place, Bay Burchett has returned home from Blulne where he la employed. George Burchett attended church at Myrtle chapel Sunday. Miss Matle Taylor was visiting the Misses Delong last Friday. ClRiidle Taylor vlalted Mrs. Vlrgle Taylor last Sunday. Jim Starr waa visiting at this plaoe Sunday. , BUSTER BROWN. MADGE T. H. Burchett of Deep Hole passed through here Saturday. . Mrs. J. W, Bradley was the guest of Mrs, M. Nelson Saturday after noon. Davy Jones spent Sunday at Yatea ville. W. M. Berry and family and Frank Newaom and family apent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Jim Adams. James Moeley of Deep Hole called at Madge Monday. Mrs. Georgia Roberts was the gueat of home folka Saturday. , ' The surprise party Thursday night given In honor of Allen Hutchison was largely attended and all report a fine time. - Elves Wellman spent Monday with her aunt, Mra. M.-Nelson. Mrs.. Vint Nolen and little son spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mra. J. F. Nolen. - Mlsaea Ines Wellman and Effie No len were the Sunday afternoon gueata of Mra. Lee Nolen of Busaeyvllle. Lee Adama called on Vant Wellman Bunday. ' . Miss Martha Clarkson of Busseyville spent Saturday night and Sunday with her aunt. Elves Wellman. Mrs. Carey of Chattaroy, W. Va, who has been visiting her daughter, Mra. Jay Spillman here, haa returned home. Elves Wellman called on Gee Hutch ison and Mrs. M.- Nelson Monday. Al Hutchison, Martin and Lee Ad ams and Tommie May attended church at Smoky Valley Sunday night. : John Bell Damron pasaed through here Monday enroute to Louisa. Mlsa Gladys Bentley Is very sick at this writing. ' . t Grant and Harrison Roberts of Smoky Valley paaaed through here Sunday. Miaa Veryl Bradley called on Gladya Bentley and Al and Gee Hutchlaon Sunday morning. i Al Hutchlaon, Mona and Lona Pigg attended Sunday school at Smoky Val ley Sunday. Basil Roae paaaed through here Sat urday enroute to Daniels creek. U. A. Haws made a buslnes strip to Louisa Tuesday. James Pigg called on Daniels creek friends Sunday. Miss Geoogla Lee Haws spent Sun day evening with Gladys Bentley. Mrs. G. A. Haws waa tha gueat of Mlas G. Hutchison Sunday morning. Davie Jones and Milton Bradley apent a few hours Saturday with Al Hutchison. S BRUNETTES. DENNIS .. ' There is lots .of moving In our little town this spring. John Kitchen moved into his new house at the forks of Catt; Green Kitchen 'has amoved to Mr. Colvln's farm on little Catt. Edison Boggs was on-our creek re cently. - Noah Adams makes regular trips lo Catt,'-. Minnie B. Pennington was ahopplng at Dennis Saturday. Mrs. James Christian and children and Mrs. Lewis Pink were calling on Mrs. Flem Kitchen last week. Maud Compton was calling' on Jen nie Cooksey last Monday. Charles Cooksey and sister attend ed church at Morgan's creek Bunday night. ' 'Lewis Kitchen was calling on his uncle at Irad Sunday. James Christian has been working on Morgan's creek. Green Moore and wife were calling on Jim Christian's family last Friday night. , ' PEGGY. IN MEMORY (Tod Late' For Last Week) Mrs. Lon Compton's death did not come unexpectedly. She had been sick quite a while with that dreadful dis ease tuberculosis. She will be mlsaea. She was a good woman and .loved by all. We have spent soms happy hours together. The writer trusts in the fu ture and that before long can visit her grave and place the flowers there. When we were spending . our happy hours away everything was bright to us. We knew nothing about sickness or trouble. Mrs. Compton is dons with the trials of this world and Is sweetly resting. The family has our sympathy in their bereavement. . - A FRIEND. CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Alabama Lady Wai Sick For Three Year, Suffering Pain, Nervous and Depressed Read Her Own Story of Recovery. Paint Rock, Ala. Mrs. C M. Stegall, bt near here, recently related the fol lowing Interesting account ot her re covery: "I was in a weakened con dition. I was sick three years In bed, suffering a great deal of pain, weak, Dervous, depressed. I was so weak, I couldn't walk across the floor; Jus: had to lay and my little ones do ttu work. I was almost dead. I tried every thing I heard of, and a number 01 doctors. Still I didn't get any relief I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. 1 believe if I hadn't heard of and taker. Cardul I woulo have died. I bough! six bottles, after a neighbor told mt what it did for her. . "I began to eat and sleep, began to gain my strength and am now well and strong. I haven't had any trou ble since . . . I sure can testify to the good that Cardul did me. I don't think there Is a better tonto made and I believe it saved my life." For over 40 years, thousands of wo men have used Cardul successfully, in the treatment ot many womanly ailments. . If you suffer as these woman did, take Cardul It may help you, too. At aU druggists. E 85 The 'Most Beautiful Car T"HEN you step on the accelerator of a motor vvv you want action prompt and unfailing. 7 ? You want to feel the gas "take hold" in grim earnest and sweep you along in a thrilling burst of speed. Action is half the joy of motoring. The other half is ( independence of mile posts, creature comforts, and pride of ownership. In a Paige 6-66 you get the full hundred per cent plus. ' There may be finer cars on the market but you can't prove it on the road. Master of the Highway is no self conferred title. It has been won fairly and squarely in competition with the world's best. And this is the car the champion of them all that you can buy today for $2195. . . The New 6-66 Prices 131 hck ivht base 70 hora. ponr 6-66 Lakewood, 7-Pass. Touring - $2195 6-66 Larchmont II, Sport Type 1245 6-66 Daytona, 3-Paas. Roadster - 2495 6-66 Sedan, 7-Pu. - - ... . 3155 6-66 Limousine, 7-Paaa. - - - 3350 6-66 Coupe, 5-Psss. ------ 3100 . CHERRYVIIXE Bro. D. M. Salmons preached an In teresting sermon here Sunday. . . Mr. and Mrs. James Hunley of Contrary attended church here Sun day. - ' Charley Iiemaster has his new house nearly completed. Robert Mulllns has moved In his new home recently purchased of Bill Senters. Neal Thompson was called to Van Lear Saturday to' see his aunt, Mrs. Scott Martin, who Is very low with consumption. ' Mrs. Andy Vanover of Laurel spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Bud Thomp son. . Mrs. Granville Harris went to Van Lear Saturday to see her aunt, Mr. Seott Martin, who Is very sick. ; . Mrs. James Canteberry is very sick o.t this writing. Ted. the little son of D. C. .Han ahaw Is on the sick list. , Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris, Rex Vaughan and Mrs. Minnie Walker at tended church at Three Mile Sunday and were the dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harrison Wilson. Mies Jettle Moore and Blanche Sam mons and Opal Miller attended church here Sunday. '' Mrs, Walter Mitchell has Joined her husband at Van Lear where he has employment. J. W. Harris transacted buBtness at Peachorchard Tuesday. : Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lemaster returned home after spending a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Vaughan. Odd.Clay of Laurel attended church here Sunday. Mrs,, Pete Maynard and Mrs. John Spurlock of Laurel visited Mrs. J. W. Harris Monday. Rev. Wm, Curnutte of near Louisa was a business caller here Tuesday. .. BETSY LANE (Too Late For Last Week) Several new houses are being built this spring and work Is fairly good. Dr. Wills has been very busy this winter. He has had quite a lot of fe ver to contend with and had good sue cess. So now the practice hag chang ed. He has left 9 new babies in the city and all democrats. Born, on the Srd of this month, a boy, to Arthur Workman and wife. Lon Workman has been planning on going to Rich creek to-farm this sum mer. . A READER. The New 6-44 Prices 119 inch mhetl baM-tO horse pomr 6-44 Touring, 5-Pass. - - - - $1463 6-44 Sport Type, 4-Pass. - - - J595 6-44 Roadster, 3-Pass. .... 1465 6-44 Sedan, 5-Pase. - - - - . 2245 6-44 Coupe, 4-Pasa. - - - - - 1995 All frieas F.O.B. factory, Tom Extra Cons' dm arasidm A. H. Snyder Louisa Ky. WALBRIDGE AND HOLT Miss Ethlyn Stansbury has return ed home after a visit with relatives at Price, Wj Va. Elba Lambert and sister of that place accompanied her home for a short vlait. ' Misa Veasle Peters of Fort Gay and Misses Ve and Virginia Asche of Lick creek were calling on Brlza Peters tSunday. . Miss Irene Wells of this place sur prised her many friends by getting married to Thomas Tomllnson. We all wish them much happiness. Henry See of this place left for Mc Roberts last Friday. He holds a po sition there. John Ratcliffe of Alphoretta spent the week-end with home folks. , Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones of Iron ton, Ohio, are visiting relatives and friends at this place. . Clifford .WIndal of Louisa was call ing here Sunday. Miss Lillian Warks was calling on Shirley and Thelma Ratcliffe Sunday. Emma and Belva Wellman had as their guests Sunday Shirley and Thel ma Ratcliffe. , Hugh Holt left for Gibson last. week where he will go to work. Miss Briza Peters spent Saturday night with .Ve and Virginia Asche of Lick creek. ; There will be church at Three Mile Saturday night and Sunday. Every body come. SWEET DREAMS. RED CLOVER ALFALFA ALSIKE TIMOTHY BLUE GRASS Why Sow Poor Seeds when it takes just as much work to sow them as good seeds? ' Sow Brents Premium Seeds ;Uj:V. They are the BEST They SAVE you work Are CHEAPER in the end. Your HOME MERCHANT v.ill supply you The C. S. Brent Seed Co. IncoriNM-tttetl Ask for Catalogue. Lexington, Ky. in America, HENRIETTA 1 There was church at this place Sat urday .and Sunday. We had a good meeting and a large crowd. The sick of our creek are Improv ing. ' . Marble games are all the go at Chestnut while there Is nn wnrlr. Miss Rosa Ward, Ivory Ward and Arthur Scaggs apent Sunday . night with Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Sparks. There Is a - meeting going on at Whitehouse and some of the boys and girls from here have been (attending. Lewis Swan, who has been living here is moving to Ohio. The big steamboat went up again last week. Johnie Ward ,who has been work ing at Van Lear spent the week-end with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preston are visit ing his son at Catlettsburg. Hen Howes of Palntsville was down at his farm at this place one day last week. . Jesse Boyd spent Sunday night with Jesse Sparks. . Charley and Grade Blevlns, who have been working In a hospital spent Sunday with home folks. . Ivory Ward waa calling on Mr. and Vlrgle Ray, Ivory Ward, Marie Boyd, Madie Hinkle and . Ashley Ward "went to ' church at Whitehouse Sunday nlsrht. ) PICKLES. S o Y B E A N S c o w p E A S i I