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BIG SANDY NEWS Fridy, May 12, 1922. A Larger Helping Please ' I, ' ' Illustration show Jack Drapsey., heavyweight champion, and Kid Lewis, exchanging confidence. Lewis is to meet George Larpentier. French champion, for the light heavyweight title. I he getting inform ion regarding th tigntmg qualities oi mi rrtntu ni , TABORS CREEK V I. (Delayed.) . Church at this place; was largely at tended Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. EH. Hatcher of Merldeth,, who has been very sick, Is Vi:;! it this writing. : Miss Violet M. Crabtree. who has 3een visiting relatives In Huntington returned home Friday. Miss Opal Stafford of Fort Gay, W. Va., was the week-end guest of Miss Mellie Peck. . Wllllarrf Lester attended lodge at j"ort Gay Saturday night. - . Rev. B. R. Lakln was the guest of Hiss Violet M. Crabtree Sunday. : Chris Bellomy and family of this place moved to Drift. Ky. We are very sorry to lose these good neigh bors from our community. Miss Nellie Blllups of Meridetb. W. Vs., attended church at this place .Sunday night ' ip.imor FVaiaher and Gus Hanlev are jUtendeding school at wayne, v. v. Rev. B. R. lakln and Miss Violet M rnhtna motored to Wayne Monday. J. B. Raines, the local cattle dealer -of Mill creek, W. Va, was the gutst Of friends here aionaay evening. , , - uiaam Pinmnra Skeens of Kenova W. Va., and alster. Clarcla. attended church at Tabors creek Sunday morn . ing. :: ? ' ..' . Up nd Mr. Wm. Peters of Wavne W. Va., were the week-end guests of Mrs. Peterr parents jur. ! ana jurs T Vmshpr nf this tllaee. Mrs. Wlllla Lester was calling on Un A. V Christian Saturday. Mrs. Christian has been very sick, but we are glad to say she is some oeiier at this writing. . , .-shown Kits ; WHITE POST Miss Ida Lowe was calling on Miss es Ella and Alpha Lowe and Bettie Reed Sunday. George Lowe and Clyde Booton went to Rockhouse church Sunday. Misses Janey and Leonard Romans attended church Sunday. - ' T. D. Lowe,' wife and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cains of Couder. 11 Mrs. Hays Lowe wag calling on Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe, who Is 111 at this writing. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jack on, a fine boy. . Hays Lowe and son were business visitors in Williamson a few days ago and also visited Burley Lowe, the bar ber at the " M. C. A,, of East Wil T. D. Lowe was a business caller In Pikeville a few days past. ' O. R. Lowe was visiting his mother Sunday. ' Mrs. J. T. Alley of Borderland, W. Vfc, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.-John Curry.' . " There will be church at Rockhouse Sunday at R. C. Cains' school hcuse. Rev. R.' H. Reed will preach. Every body is invited to come. BLUE EYES. Little Willie was enjoying a play with his kitten on the street when a gentleman passing by asked him the names of the kittens. "Joe and Jerry," waa the prompt reply. "Why not call them Cook and Peary?" the man then asked. "Oh, no," said Willie; ""these aren't pole cats!" Washington Times. IRISH CREEK ' Mllt Young was at Blaine Friday. Miss Golda Young was calling at G. M. Moore's Wednesday. - L. A. Young made a business trip to Louisa Saturday. . , . James snivel was calling on Burns Young Saturday. : Henry Young was calling at Webb vllle Saturday. . W. M. Thompson is putting up a store and the people are all very glad. Mrs. R. F. Young was calling on Mrs. Felix. Adams Thursday. : Listen for the wedding tells. Mis Lula Young was the Sunday evening guest of Miss Opal Young. - Misses Hazel and Luella Young were the Sunday guests of their cousin, Miss Julia Marie Young. Tommy Jobe was at Oak Hill Sun day. .' a Miss Opal Yo.ung was . calling at Cherokee Wednesday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Young, a fine boy. - Milt Young attended church at Catt Sunday. ' - There will be church at this place Sunday, May Also, a big baptizing. ' Let us hear from Jean, Irad, Jattle and Olenwood. POP-EYED SUSIE. . France has officially recognized the government of Guatemala. A huge .deposit of high-grade Iron has been found near Crosby, Minn.' Pennsylvania has a woman candi iiatt for governor, nominated by the Socialist party. Uruguay Is to keep the eight Ger man vessels requisitioned by the Oov eminent during the World war. . .' . Paul Deschanel, former President of France, died on April XS, after a few days' Illness with "flu." . X . King Qiistav of Sweden was pain fully injured In an automobile accident at Grenoble, France, on April J6. Premier Lenlne of Soviet Russia has just had a bullet removed from his side which had been troubling him for three years. The invention of" a dye by which a material may be dyed two shades at one immersion . is announced by a Munchester (England) firm, -. Richard Croker" famous vrk Tammany politician, died at his resi dence in Dublin county, Ireland, April 29, aged 80 years. The American minister at Peking, China, Is advising tourists not to visit China at this time on account of the disturbed condition of the country. Grnnd Duuhes Mnrle, mother Of Prince Henry of Mecklenberg-Schwer-tn, consort of Queen Wllhelmlna, died at the royal palace la The Hague on April. 23. .i... . Si hundred veterans of the World war have been appointed to be post masters since President Harding ls-j sued his executive order on May l. 1 1921. ' .. . France has barred all professional people, Including artists and writers who have been associated tn any way with' the Soviet government of Rus sia.'. . -.7 " '.- ' : A general election will be held In Hungary In June. About one thousand candidates, belonging to eighteen par ties, are contesting for the 240 seats In Parliament. V The Russian Minister of Foreign Af fairs at the Genoa Conference. Mr. Chicherin. prefers to have his name spelled "Tchltcherin." The accent Is on the second syllable. I'D UK6 TO A v. : (-WHV HE'S WOKe) I ? ,i ( HME JUST A V ) . JSr V THAN OLIVER aWJ ' " X!nrT-M)ta mobile on a gallon of fuel costing five and one-cents Is. the claim made for an engine designed by a, man In Syra cuse,. N.Y. Expert engineer who have Inspected th nglna pronounce it practical and a hundred year ahead of the time. ; Th Woman's ' Patriotic ' League of France has started a fund for the eighth child of Empress . Zlta which is expected In May. The . appeal de clares: "A widowed rnn'hee tn nxlla ts tn distress. She Is, of French blood. and her brothers have defended the soil of France." The Allied Council of Ambassador nt Paris bas demanded that the Ger man government hand over at once some fifteen . Individuals for whom warrants have been Issued in connec tion with the hand grenade attack on the French barracks In Petersdorf, Upper Silesia, three months ago. Tha Allies at Genoa propose to aid Russia financially to the extont of twenty million pounds(normally 1190,- 000.000) to be extended through the A LOUISA'S MAN'S EXPERIENCE ' 'Can you doubt the evidence of this Louisa citizen T You can verify Louisa' endorsement Read this: -' Wm. Clay, Railroad St, say: "If about five year ago since I used Doan's Kidney Pill, but from past ex perience, I have no hesitation tn rec ommending them. My kidneys were In a weak and disordered condition and I was greatly annoyed having to get up o often during the night to pass the kidney secretions. They were highly colored and deposited sediment My back was so painful I couldn't stoop to pull oh my shoes of a morning. One of the family advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, so I began talcing them and it didn't take Doan's long to fix me up In good shape." - Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Clay had. Foster-Mllburn Co., Mfrs., Buf falo. N. Y. JEAN Church wag largely attended at this place Sunday. Irene Woods and Betty - Caldwell were calling on relative at Cherokee Sunday. Fred Kitchen of Orr was calling on his best girl at this place Sunday. Mrs. lllle Ison . was the guest of Mrs. Stephen Boggs Sunday after noon. i Newt Phlpps and little grandson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Perkins.' Mrs. J. H. Woods called on her daughter Mrs. Jno. Boggs Sunday. Miss Betty Caldwell called on Beat rice Perkins Friday. , Hazel Butler was the Saturday night guest of her aunt Rose Woods. ' " '" TOOTS AXD CASPER. It Wmfdce You There , $348 F. 0. B. DETROIT, MICHIGAN And Bring You Back Sold By AUGUSTUS SNYDER LOUISA : KENTUCKY condition that Russia recognise her war debt and guarantee the right and safety of former property own ers. ':, ; . . SMOKY VALLEY Singing here Wednesday and Fri day was largely attended... Felix' Skagg and family were th Sunday guests of I. T. Collier and fam ily. - . Miss Oarnle Diamond called on Osle Diamond Sunday. , McKlnley Robert of Madge' attend ed Sunday school here Sunday. Misses Lela and Carrie Ptckrell en tertained a few of their friend Sun day. ' " , Misses Christina and Opal Diamond spent Monday fend Tuesday 'with their sister at Deep Hwe. Miss Thelma Barnett called on friends at this place Friday and Sat urday. Misses Juno and Christina Diamond and Artie Holbrook attended church at Madge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roberts spent Sunday with friends at Madge. Arnold Bowe passed through here Tuesday. : Several from here attended singing at Myrtle chapel Thursday night. Frank Martin wa In (our commun ity Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. John Martin were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lind- sey Cyru. , t DEMOCRATS. iMne-naiions nave niea tnrouzn their t J ' , Hi,.inn..,u . , , , agency o a cunsuriium, ow onijr oa diplomatic agent 131 claims against) ..... t . . the Mexican government for loss of property by expropriation under the federal Agrarian laws. , The combined resources and liabili ties of th twelve Federal Reserve Bank at the close of business April 26 were reported by the Federal Re serve Board to be I4.80.072,000. After a long and better debate the Canadian House of Common ha de feated the resolution calling, on cabi net member to resign from all out i!de business directorship- The most unsuccessful oyster sea son In Chesapeake Bay In fifty years has Just closed. From now until Sep. tember It will be unlawful to take oysters from the beds In the bay. ' A Swedish commission may be sent to the United State to study the ef fect of prohibition here and report before the consultative plebeclte : on prohibition to be herd in Sweden next autumn. The Russian Soviet government Is to supply funds to assist a troupe of forty Moscow players on a tour of three month In the United State for the benellt of the famine sufferers of Russia. Alarmed by the number of divorce demanded In Paris by Americans, the tribunal of the Seine will in the fu ture refuse to hear cases unless the couples have lived at least two years n France. '.;-'..; President Harding has taken a stand against national daylight saving by novlng up the hnfl of the clock, ta king the position that the same ends can be accomplished by the use of an alarm clock. . - A severe earth shock In Toklo on April 26, preceded by an eruption of Mount Asama-Yama, ninety miles dis tant did considerable damage. The American embassy was slightly dam aged. . ' The governor of the Belgian Congo has submitted a proposal to the home government to change the capital of the colony from Boma to Leopoldvllle, a town on the Congo River between the French and Belgian Congo, M. Robert Sllvercruys, who hn been for some time secretary o fthe Bel gian Embassy In Washington, ha been recalled to Brussels to take the position of secretary in the cabinet of the Mlnitser of Foreign Affairs. An advisory committee of twelve, to be appointed by the President to as sist the Secretary of Commerce In su pervising radio communication has been recommended In the report of the recent national radio conference. One hundred Turkish students will be received at Moscow University for full time whenever the Nationalist au thorities at Angora send them.' The Invitation was Issued to the student by the Soviet Minister of Education. The recent cold wave in Pennsyl vania is said to have caused the death of numerous mine mules hoisted from the mines at the beginning of the pres ent coal miners' strike after being un derground from five to ten year. The contract for constructing the large building to accommodate Amer ican commercial' exhibits at the Bra zilian Centennial Exposition in Rio da Janeiro next fall has been awarded to a New York firm by. the Commerce Department. . '. Poland has seleated former Minis ter of Finance Farbskl' to carry on the feeding of children and refugees after the Americans retire onJune 1.. M.i tarbskl has the confidence of the Pol ish people, and his leadership means continued success of the work.'. Six thousand persons have been forced to leave their home In. Lou isiana because of the floods. Congress ha been asked to appropriate $1,000, 000 for the relief of flood sufferers In that State, together with those in Mls seurt, Illinois, Arkansas and Missis sippi. .. - " ,- Three hundred mile by an auto- BELLSTRACE "Edith and Martha Webb and Re becca Wright of Jattle spent the week end wllh Mr. Jne Webb. Several of the young folks attended the revival at V 1 1 lard Saturday night and Sunday. - : ; Essie Wright of Wlllard was the Ruest of Miss Edith Webb Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ruby Flanery of inic ii. WAS the Sunday, guest of Miss Ina Artist of Willard. Mis Evelyn Bank, who hit spent the past winter with her sister at Portsmouth, Ohio. Is spending a few weeks with home folks.. , Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Greene of this plsre attended church at Wlllard Sat urday night. J. H. Hays' attended church on Brushy Saturday and Sunday. Irene and Gladys Bowling were the guest of Martha and Edith Webb Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hay attended church at Willard Sunday night her BUSSEYVILLE ' Mrs. Bell Ham wa visiting brother, J. 11. Clarkson, Sunday, v Mrs, Terrt Bradley was visiting her daughter. Mrs. Hubert Clarkson, Hun- dny.'' I). C. Hughes wa at LouIm Satur day. ' '....,.', H. II. Bradley and Monroe Hughe made a business trip to Louisa Mon day. .' r. ........ Misses Mexle , Myrtle and lit Ho Madge Hughes took dinner with Mrs. lielva Clarkson. ; .. '.;.-.' w H. .11. Bradley and wife wen vis iting Mrs. ; Hilbert Clarkson Sunday last. '..'.;. . .- Nannie Nolan passed through Bus seyvllle Wednesday, Richard Nolan, Jack and Cecil Wrli nlan wer In Busavyvllle Saturday. Mrs. H. 11. Bradley Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Richard Adams. ' PATIENCE. ' BLAINE Jake Wheeler and Mis Gladys and Flora McKlnnn passed up our creek Mr. Mary Greens and daughter May were the Saturday evening guests of Sunday, ir. Lury ureene. Miss Mary 1'nllllps miss Hess ureene was th guest of her brother and family Sunday even ing ''..., ... -.-' Ruth Yates and May Rose of Lick creek passed down our creek Monday enroute to Wlllard. TWO BLUB BYES. visiting at W, m. Edwards' Kunday. John Hwetman wa calling at Mar tha Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. John Evan were vis iting Willie Hogg Sunday. Mis Ethel Lyon wa shopping at Blaine, Saturday. RICH CREEK & ELLEN Othte May Fraley and Miss LIHIe Bertha Adam were shopping at Mat tie one day Inst week. : : i Miss Phela Carter surprised her many friends by becoming the bride of Mr. James Hays. We wish .thrm a long and happy life. They are both worthy people. Miss Marie Ball and Miss Phela Blevlns were shopping at Ledoclo re cently. .. , ' Jay and Kay Adams spent Saturday and Sunday with their brother, Willie Adams of Georges creek. Mrs. Rusey Bell Adams Is some bet ter at this writing. ' , Ray Adams Is very sick at present Miss Irene Wells of t Torchlight is spending the week with Miss Marie Ball of Ellen. Lee Adams' and Okie Castle spent Sunday with Bascom Blevlns. . , TRIPLETS. Service for Everyone The first aim of this bank is to meet the banking needs of individuals, firms and cor porations by interested, individual service adapted to their particular needs. Whatever the nature or the volume of their business, we have supplied up-to-date equip ment, complete facilities, ample resources and a capable and experienced staff. It is our desire to be of service to our customers in every bank . ing way. ; . '. -'V. . . - " ... ... . . Our membership in the FEDERAL RE SERVE SYSTEM has helped to put and keep our service on the highest plane. What can we do for you? MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK LOUISA kcNTucnr THE BANK WITH THI CHIMt CLOCK . OFFICERS ANO DIRECTORS AUGUSTUS SNYDER... DR. U H. YORK M. F. CONLEY.. O. R. BURGESS... ..... R. U VINSON DR. A. W. 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