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I: . PAGE EIGHT BIG SANDY NEWS Friday, October , 1822. GENERAL JACK AT 62 43 Just four jrears troin the day he bunched hia sow of Amencaa troop agatnst . 1 . r inc jcthhiu in rrancc, Gca. Pershing observed hia 62nd birthday at a rose-covered ' dcik in Wkshtngtoa. September She ro 14 m. WAYNE ITEMS Mrs. D. B. Hardwlck and children pent Saturday with relatives at West Moreland. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Smith wf re bopping in Huntington the last of the week. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Damron spent several days last week with Ceredo relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Newman and children mo tored to Huntington Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Miss Lillian Ferguson and Herman Dean were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wiles at Westmore land. A- G. Holt of Kenova was in Wayne Monday. Henry Mays of Ceredo was here on tusiness the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Stags ajid , little son were guests of Ceredo rel Ulves Saturday. Miss Garnet Angel spent Sunday with Miss Cassie Staley at Buffalo creek. Atty. Wm. Lovlns of Kenova was here on business Monday. James Cecil of Ceredo was here Mon 6ay. Carl Finch and E. W. Lauderman of Huntington were Wayne visitors the Urst of the week. Elba Adkins. Lawrence Walker. Bill Taylor attended the fair at Kenova Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Everet Bioss and chil dren spent Sunday with Kenova rel atives. Mrs. Harriet Napier of Ceredo spent last week with friends here. Mrs. Mat Adkins and daughters TUlsaes Kitten and Spice were guests of Mrs. Burnie Ketchum at Kenova -Saturday. Mrs, H. O. Wiles of Westmoreland is visiting friends here. J. T. Lambert, Charley Ferguson and Harry Bloss are spending several days at Washington, D. C. Mrs. Ja nie Land, Miss Nancy Lnnd, Jack and Edward Land and K. F. Vin son of Louisa were guests of Mrs Fisher Scaggs Sunday. Boyd Weilman was in Huntington on business the last of the week. CARD OF THANKS. Through the columns of the NEWS we wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and belp through the sickness and death of our father, A. J. Webb. We also wish to thank Bro. Casady and Bro. Hutchison for their consoling words nd their kindness. And as to the fra ternal orders, we wish to thank them very much for their kindness and re spect. Mrs- A. J. Webb and familv. q A close shave ! ImenthoiatumJ conaforts and bealstr NOW Is the TIME to Rep air Your Buildings Buildings that are not given proper at tention and necessary repairs made, de preciate much more rapidly than when kept in good repair. Repairs cannot be made successfully in bad weather and should : be made during the summer months. Roofs should be painted, decay ed boards replaced and buildings given a general overhauling before winter. Why not construct that new concrete walk or cellar that you have been wanting, now. Paint the old house, it deserves it. Wa carry a complete line of Lumber, Paints, Finish ing Materials, Cement, Plaster, Lath, Roofing, Builders Hardware and all other materials necessary to repair buildings of all kinds. Headquarters for HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINTS. MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW1II WINTER IS COMING!! DON'T FORGET EASTERN KENTUCKY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY 'mmMMMM incorporate! ,. . mmmammmmmmm I If U 5 I Phone 23, Louisa, Ky. I fr-J Incorporated v v FORSALE By BEX CASSADY. Th- Big 'Sandy Real Estate Man and Lawyer. Office In Greenup, Kentucky. No. lr A fine farm of 246 acres 2 ml. C. & O. K. K., 75 ncres level bal. hilly. Virgin forest. 2.000.000 ft. of timber. 3 dwellings. 2 barns, tob. and 1 slock, 2 cribs and other out buildings. 2 wells, on bank of Tygnrts creek, fences good, plenty of fruit, school and church, 1 mile I. O., H ml. mall every day. 2-3 down, bal. to suit purchaser. 1'rice 19.000.00. No. 2: A 50 acre farm, 16 acres level, 20 acres grass, bal. roIUng.Plenty timber, 60 young bearing fruit trees, a 4 room cottage, excellent water, 2 ml. to town of Greenup, Ky., H ml. to 2 churches and school, on public road. No terms. Price 1700. No. 3: A 200 acre farm 5 mi. from railroad station on public road. 100 acres level, 50 acres overflow, plenty of timber, 15 acres of fire clay, two dwellings, 2 barns, 1 store house. 2 cribs and other outbuildings, 2 wells, orchard, 20 acres grass, all bottom, underground tiled, school house on farm, well watered. Price $16,000. No. 4: A house and S acres of land in Greenup, Ky., excellent water, some fruit. Price J1SU0. No. 5: A 50 acre farm in Ohio bot tom, 20 acres level, running from rail road to Ohio river, 30 acres timber, land hilly, a 4 room dwelling and oth er outbuildings, 10 acres In clover, .f. acres In corn and other crops. Term on part for farm and crop. Price $5,000. No. 5: A 318 acre farm, level and rolling, ridge land, very rich, 100 acres in timber. I Ht mi. to P. O. and church. 6 miles to Quinry, Ky., railroad and Ohio river, 40 acres under cultiva tion, 250 trees In orchard. Terms, 1-2 down and baL to suit purchaser. Price 13.500. No. 6: 6 building lots with concrete sidewalks In front. In east Greenup, Ky.. on south side of Main street, lot 50x125 ft. running back to C. .t O. P R. right of way, rich and perfectly level, beautiful bldg. lots. In town and inside of corporation. Two coi lots. Price each 1350.00. Four inside lots. Price each. J325.O0. All six u: bulk, price 1900.00. No. 7: A fine farm near Franklin Furnace In Ohio, of 215 acres, 100 a. level, bal. rolling, 60 acres in timber with two dwellings, 1 brick with 7 rooms and 1 frame with 4 rooms and pantry, concrete cellar under both stone smoke house, 2 wells, 2 barns, one 30x90 ft., one 30x40 ft good or chard, situated on bank of Pine creek 6 miles from Haverhill. 3 ml. to R. It. station, 1 and 2 mi. to 2 schools and S churches. ..truck takes children to and from school each day. Mail free delivery each day. Will divide and sell a part of said farm, It is In 4 mi. of street car line and on cindered pike. Owner old and sickly reason for want ing to sell. Price 316000.00. Terms, two-thirds down. bal. 1, 2 and 3 years with 6 per cent Interest. No. 8: 1 brick house in west end of Greenup, Ky., with 7 rooms and pan try, two porches, fine water. li acres of land, plenty of fruit. A home and a bargain at price. Terras if desired. --ire S2AMMV THE PLACE LEDOCIO AND ADAMS J. L. Hays, a much loved and well known citizen of Adams, died at his home Sept. 27, 1S22. His death was caused from tuberculosis. He was laid to rest In the family burial ground near his home. Mr. Hays Is survived by a wife and six grown children. They are Mrs. Andrew Hudson, Dr. W. A. Hays, Mrs. George Cheek, Mrs. Llndsey Hays, John and Lee Hays. Hoscoe McKlnster Is very 111 with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hays and chil dren were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey Moore and family. Milt Short motored to Ashland Thursday. Miss Dove Hays and Ed Strlcten berger were the Sunday evening guests of Nora T. Berry. Shirley Miller, Joe Rose and Her bert Weilman attendd the ball game at Mead's branch Saturday. Mrs. Corllda Bussoy. mother and children, were the Sunday guests of Dr. J. O. Moore and family. Oliver Thompson and John Curnutte returned from Russell Friday. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hays Is suffering greatly with blood poison. Emily Short and chldren spent Thursday afternoon with Mary Hays. llarman Blackburn was on our creek Suturday. Mr. ami Mrs. Matt Hays and three daugMcrs were the Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Rose. Edward Streitenberger of Ohio is here visiting his brother, Levi Streit enberger, who is very 111 at this writ ing. Mrs. Nora T. Berry made a business trip to Louisa Saturday. Edgil Ball. Con and Ida Moore were visiting at the Ledocio school Friday afternoon. Congratulations to Bill HLnkle and bride. .Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bal lof Mattle were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Hoe Ad ams Sunday. The bean hulling at Mrs. Emma Huys' was largely attended Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Curnutte spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Al Cur nutte. Thomas Ball and Connie Moore of Mattie were calling on their best girls at Adams Sunday. Miss Dove Hays was shopping at Mattie Thursday. Church at Ledocio was largely at tended Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Short and family motored to Brushy Sunday. .Marlie Dooley was calling on Levi Streitenberger Sunday. School ut Ledocio is projrrsesmg nicely. Miss Kmma Hays was calling on Misses Mollie and Ivory Hays Sun day. Eldred Adams was out liyclcle rid int; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S, Thompson were nailing on Mrs. Mary D. Has Stin Iny evening. John Hays is suffering greatly from a stroke of paralysis. Let us hear from Shock. TWO SCHOOL GIRLS. PAINTSV1LLE Mrs. H. Kirk Dies. One of the saddest deaths In the history of Paintsville was that of Mrs. Holmes Kirk which occurred at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Preston, last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kirk was a victim of tuberculosis and for the past four years had been under the care of the leading phy sicians of the country. More than three years were spent at Asheville X. C and a few months ngo she was brought to the homo of her parents here after all hope for her recovery had been abandoned. She was 26 years of age and leaves her husland, Holmes Kirk, and a little daughter five years of age, together with her parents. Valuable Lot Bought. S. A. Webb has purchased the cor ner lot on Main street from Tom Pres ton of Huntington. W. Va. It Is the most valuable lot in Paintsville. Mr. Webb Is building a large business house on h,s Jot near the VanWlll ho tel but has not yet decided what he will do with the lot Juat purchased. Gone To Florida. Russell Kirk left last week for Se bastian, Florida, where he goes to look after his fruit farm. Mrs. Kirk and son, Russell Langley, and niece, Mary Katheline, will join htm In a few days. Holmes Kirk will drive their automo bile through In a short time. They will all spend the winter there. Her ald. WAYNE COUNTY FAIR. The Wayne County Farm Bureau will hold a county fair at Wayne on Friday and Saturday of this week. Farm products and hand work, school exhibits, etc. will be on display. ITHACA WINS 1 Captain Paul A. Curtis Shootlnq Editor of Field and Stream taya: "Tha first gun I aver bought was an Ithaca. It Is just as strong ana snoois jusc as nara was A I Catalogue Free Double guns for game SJ.6U up. 8 1 n g I e barrel i ?jf' S II 4 'a ; t when I K ifivi? -tjar.ijp trap guns isup. ITHACA GUN CO. ITHACA. N. Y. Box O. People from all points along: Big Sandy have heard of our low prices and good furniture, and are taking advantage of the opportunity of getting their homes furnished at the low cash prices we are offering. It has been our policy from the time we started our store to sell for cash, and save our customers several dollars on every article they buy from us. If you have not already become one of our hundreds of customers, we urge you to arrange to visit us. You will be convinced after seeing the quality of our furniture, and getting our prices, that you will save on a $25.00 purchase enough to pay your railway fare from any point on the Big . Sandy. Our slogan always "AT YOUR SERVICE." Sagraves-Stafford Furniture Co. ll Minis' Building BEEN! FARMS FOR SALE RO acres. 4 room house and outbuild ings, barn good as new. Plenty orch ard of all kinds of fruit, most of this land is strong and produces Well, all .bared but 30 acres more timber than the farm needs, 1 V mi'.es from Fed eral highway on telephone tine, rural mat delivery, 1 mile of a good srhool. church nnd store, convenient to mark et. Price Ji.'jOOO; I.'.UO don. Stt a. -res of tine nhlo river bottom .land. miles from this city. mile of i kh'm! school, chinch and store and railr.Uiil station, iu nr I-'b-ral high way, r'ine up-to-date residence of 9 rooms equipped with water works arid i modern dairy barn with water work?, lone of the finest dairy barns in Han cock county! 3 acres in orchard, farm well fenced, dean and In line shape. Choice neighborhood. Price $9 uud.oo. 75 acres, house of 4 rooms and porch nice cistern on porch, tlood stable and tobacco barn, farm well fenced a strong, never failing spring. Nearly ill of this land Is good, not rough nor rocky. Farm lays along side of pub lic road and near Federal highway, i mile, of a good school and church. Dally mail and telephone. Price J19HO 00; one-half down. 140 arn-s, 2 sets of buildings. 3 room house and 4 room house' with out buildings, plenty barn room, one pis tern and 5 springs 30 acres in tlnV ber. Lmd Lays well and produces well, near Federal highway. H mile of a good school, church and store. Price J1900.00; one-half down. 60 acres of tine Ohio river bottom land with a nice house of 6 rooms with porches and halls, nice outbuildings, stables and barns all up-to-date und modern in every way. No bushes, rocks, stumps, hills or swamps. Nice fencing, land produces any kind of a crop. Roads good H mile of railroad stntlon. Church and school less than 100 yards from residence. 1'rice $6, 500.00; 3 500.00 down. I have any amount of other farms for sale with prices ranging from $400.00 to $37,000.00. Tho morals of Hancock county are among the best of any county In the State as shown from It's empty Jail and 1 and 2 days of circuit court. ('All wire or write ROBERT T. TEMPLB. Hawesvllle, Ky. 8-15-7 1 Use our classified column when you have anything to sell, and want to buy something. One cent per word. The Big Tri-State Fair IS NEARLY HERE 6 DAYS Oct. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 6 Nights BE SURE and COME $30,000.00 FOR HORSE RACING MIULLEN'S FLYING CIRCUS PAINS FIREWORKS DAY & NIGHT CERVONE' BAND NUZZI'BAND JORDAN SISTERS FLYING FLOYDS BIG SOCIETY HORSE SHOW Agriculture, Live Stock, Poultry, Manufacturing Display, Merchants Exhibits. SOLID WEEK OF FUN. REDUCED RAT$S ON ALL RAILROADS CATLETTSBURG, KY. PIKEVILLE Man Gets Seven Years. I'lkevllle, Ky., Sept. 30. After do hl, ra:lng more ihan 24 hours the Jury In the trial of Claude Workman ch arg ed with the murilrr of .Sherman 1 la ger, returni-d a verdict at tt o clock yesierd.iy a'ftcrnoon. sentencing him to ?o'ven yarn In the reformatory. It Is said that a poll of tire Jury on the Mint bullo! stood on,, for acquittal, four .tor a life sentence and seven for 2 years. Workman shot and killed linger in Workman's home on Itl.iekberiy creek t few day ago. one shot taking ef fort In th. back of the h-ad and anoth er in the I'Hrk. At the Kim time he , shot (ieorge Hag-r. a hrother4of Sln-r-rnun. but the shot did not prove fatal Whiskey played a part In the killing it is said. Th, defi-ndant's contention was that llager was attempting to kill Workman nt the time of the tragedy over reporting his still. The common- wealth held that Workman shot Ha- ger because he thought llager struck i him some limo before while they were ; it another place where all were drink -! ln. j Harrison Ihiugherty was given If. i years sentence for killing a Russian M j Free). urn. a tragedy in which whiskey I again played n part it is said, i According to the evidence. Daugh terly, armed with a revolver, went Into , the Russian's house with another man I to get Mime whiskey for a sick child, i An altercation nrosn during which the I Russian was shot to death when he 1 lifted a chair as if to strike lnugherty. Ashland Independent. 21 Years For Murder. Plkeville, Ky., Oct. 3 Adron Smith was sentenced to 21 years In prison 1 by a Jury hero for killing Hen Mi'- t Clannuhan. The tragedy took place) on Peter creek and had Its selling! more than a year ago when Mrs. Mc Clannahan l"ft her husband and chil dren and ran away with Smith. A year later according to the prose cuting witnesses, McClannahan, his son-in-law and another man were con ducting a search for Mrs. McClanna han at the time of the tragedy for the purpose of Inducing her to return home. Late at night a storm arose and the three men entered a barn In which Smith and Mrs. McClannahan had also sought shelter. A shooting affray was the result and McClannahan was mor tally wounded ., His son-tn-law had rv . ui t . r Huntington, W. Va. a. a S-TTTTT Phone 193 . two fingers shot off of the hand with I which he was using his pistol. It Is j said that the Jury was Inclined to I lleniency on account of the Age of tho, defendant Independent, Cut Rates. 'Please ma'am, give a poor blind I man a dime." "Why you're only blind In one eye!" ! "Well, make It a nlcklo then." Ex change. The Correction of Eye Disorders is most important if the eyesipht is to be pre served. Our expert ocu list, who is also a regis tered physician, can render you valuable ser vice if you have eye troubles. Drop in soon for an examination. Huntington Optical Co., LAKE POLAN, M. D. 324 Ninth Street HUNTINGTON, W. VA. USE POWER'S GENUINE OIL OF 7 PINES Th Medicine that Cures COUGH, COLDS, HOARSENE8S, SORE THROAT, WEAK BACKS, KIDNEY TROUBLES. BRU1SE8, CUTS.BURNS.BOILS.OLD SORES Sold by Merchants and Druggists DIXON. MOORE A COMPANY, and PATTON BROS. DRUG COMPANY Wholesals Distributors. Manufactured By HATTEN s HATTEN Louisa, Ky. DONTM1SS THE BIG EVENT t t I 3.