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Friday, October 13, 1922.
PAGE TWO BIG SANDY NEWS The State Reunion of Confederate Veterans was hold at Ashevlllo, N, C, last week. September 21 was the four hurid redth anniversary of the appearance of Martin Luther's Bible. Bills numbering 13,711 were Intro duced In Congress during the pas' session. Only 1,067 were passed. It has been announced that the pro posed allied loan to Austria will a mount to 650,000,000 gold crowns. - Mohammed VI, Sultan of Turkey, has abdicated in favor of the heir ap parent, Prince Bbdul Medjld Effendl, a cousin of the Sultan. One of the first acts of the Kema 11st administration In the territory ta ken by them was to confiscate all al cohol beverages and close all bars. A movement to Indorse Henry Ford as a presidential candidate In 1924 failed at the Democratic State con vention at Bay City, Mich, last week. A farmer in Juneau, Wis., realized $10,875 from eight acres of white clover seed this season. He harvested 500 bushels which sold for $21.75 a bushel. Should war be declared by Knglnnrt gainst' Turkey, British subjects In India have threatened to aid the Turks by Joining them on the battle Held. Socialist strife In Germany has been ended by the fusion of the Independent and majority groups which was unan imously ratitied at Nuremburg last intnrn.rlnnDl pnmmkinn repent ' .y agreed upon to consider American rar claims against Germany held Its first session In Washington on Octob er 10. The army dirigible C-2 made the flight from Newport News. Va., to Arcadia, Cal., in actual flying time of ixty-six hours and ten minutes in a recent test trip. An explosion caused by lightnuiK demolished the Falconara Fort, near tSpeeia, Italy, last week. More than 174 persons were killed and at least a thousand injured. Almost seven hundred school chil dren were poisoned in Birmingham on September 27 after eating sandwiches made In the school cafeteria. There were no fatalities. Miss Lillian Gatlln, of San Fran cisco, has Just been granted permis sion . by Postmaster General Work to cross the continent in one of the air mail service airplanes. The work of the constitutional con vention in Illinois has been complet ed, and the constitution framed by it will be submitted to the voters of that State on December 10. King Constantino of Greece abdi cated his throne on September 27, and the Greek crown prince took the oath es king the following day. He will be called "Georges." Senator Thomas , E. Watson, of Ceorgla died on September 26 at Washington at the age of 66 years. For forty years he had been a national s well as State political figure. The province of Quebec has just purchased from a United States cor poration one grain of radium valued at $100,000 for use in the treatment of cancer and other malignant diseases. Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and Princess Olga, a niece of King Constnntine of Greece, have by mu tual agreement annulled their engage ment, which was announced last March. Diagnosis of disease through a study of the handwriting of the sufferer is a new theory propounded before the American Association of Medico-Physical Reserve in session at Chicago last week. Prince Asaka of the Imperial house of Japan is going to spend a year In Paris, France, studying military tac ' tics under the French, who earlier tu tored the famous warriors Vamagata and Oyama. Senator Joseph S. Frellnghuysen Republican, of New Jersey, has been renominated for the Senate by a ma jority of approximately 90,000. Senator Frellnghuysen Is a pronounced prohibitionist. RESPONSIBLE for his own time and for the time of those he hires, the farmer appreciates prompt ness and efficiency on the part of those with whom he deals. The services of this institution are always efficient, and especially .adapted to save the time of the busy farmer. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK :: JBsgiiSs it The Greek National Assembly has selected a magnificent site on the slopes of Mount Lyeabettus-for the erection of a classic library, for which the Carnegie Corporation has appro priated $200,000. Roy A. Haynes, Prohibition Com missioner, will ask an appropriation of $9 125,000 for the enforcement of the Federal dry laws In 1924, accord ing to a statement from the Treasury Department. Llndloy M. Garrison, former Secre tary of War, predicts the imminent scrapping of the old political parties and a new political alignment in Amer ica tho conservative of both parties against the radicals. General Pershing has purchased a home at Great Neck, Long Island, where he will reside, it is said, while writing the story of his experiences as commander of the American expedi tionary forces. The world's largest vacuum tube, standing three feel In height and three and one half Inches In diameter at the bottom, has Just been completed In Chicago and will be used In radio broadcasting. Two bank robbers were killed and three shot In a running battle with citizens at Eureka Springs, Ark., af ter the live men had robbed a bank thero of $120,000 in money and bonds, which were recovered. American movie interests are said io have offered $1,000,000 for the mo tion picture rights of the "Passion Play" at Oheramitiergau. The villag ers have taken up the matter on ac count of tho heavy cost of staging the production this year. Tho cabinet at a meeting on Sep tember 26 decided to restrict prohi bition enforcement operations within the three-mile limit at sea. except In cases where ships beyond that limit are in communication with shore thru their own crews and small boats. Prof. Anschuetz-Kaempfe, Inventor of the gyroscope oomiss u,sod on Gorman submarines during the war, is said to bo trying to find associates with money and nerve enough for an attempt to reach the north pole by submarine. Former President Woodrow Wilson has presented to the First Presbyter ian Church at Staunton, Va., a bronze tablet In memory of his father, Rev. Joseph R. Wilson, who was pastor of the church at the time Woodrow Wil son was born. The United States-P,ureau of Edu cation, in cooperation with the Amer ican Legion and the National Educa tional Association, will promote an "American Educational Week." which will be observed from December 3 to 9, inclusive. Five old army transports, the Sher man, Logan, Sheridan, Buford, and Crook, are to be sold at auction. Their sale marks the passing of the famous fleet named for Civil War generals which has done great service for the army during the past forty years. Custom receipts Jumped from $1. 903.000 on Friday, September 22. to $3,000,000 on Saturday, when the new tariff became effective. Incoming car goes racing to reach this country be fore the new law became effective but failing in the attempt caused the heavy increase. The United States has sent twelve destroyers to Cont'intinnnle with ex tra supplies of provisions in response to a request from Hear Admiral liris tol American High Commissioner at Constantinople, that they be sent fur the protection of American Interests. The War Department has sold 7.504 European type railway freight cars to Poland for the sum of $4, 802.569. The cars are stored in railroad yards at Norfolk and New York and because of differences in build are not available for American railways, having been built during the war for use of the American forces in France. WOMAN RIDER INJURED WHEN AUTO HITS HORSE Frankfort. Mrs. W. B. Morris, who lives on the Versailles pike, was riding horseback, when a passing automobile driven by a woman from Lexington struck her horse, breaking its leg In two places, throwing Mrs. Morris al most under tFie automobile. The horse was killed at once and Mrs. Morris is unable to walk from the bruise and sprain. THE BANK WITH THE CHIME CLOCK . OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS AUGUSTUS SNYDER. ........... . ... President DR. L. H. YORK........ ...... .Vice President M. F. CONLEY........ ................Cashier G. R. BURGESS., . ........ . .Assistant Cashier R. L. VINSON DR. T. D. BURGESS DR. A. W. BROMLEY ROBT. DIXON Juggle Man Comes Wearing Gloves. a, rl This it i new and most recent picture of UdltSing Siki, the Tunis Algeria jungle man who knocked out the European champion, Georges Carpenticr, in six rounds at Paris, and is now coming to the U. S. He wants to fight Dempsey, but will be forced to show his class against some lesser light, maybe Harry Oreb or Md NortoiK. IVEL Church ho re Sunday by Hro. Strut ton was largely attended. Bros. IHlla and KulllfT will jireach here the fourth Saturday and Sunday. Monroe Young called on Henry HuKheH Sunday. Mary alyers. Viola Jones, Goldia HuKhfS and JLm l-ayno attended church here Sunday. Owen Hughes entertained quite a number of boys Sunday night. Mrs. Charley retry and daughter. Mary Elizabeth, and Mrs. John Salyers ca'led on Grace Ellin Saturday even in?. Elmer Hughes made a trip to Lou isa Saturday. Odes Hughes expects to visit friends at Oslo soon. J. K. Stratton Is quite sick at this writing". Also, Mrs. Mary Strattun has been quite ill. Sorry to hear of tho death of Uncle Jim Carter. He was a k"1" man, a devoted Christian and loved by all who knew him. He lea ves live sons and five daughters and a host of rel atives and .friend's to mourn his loss here on earth, hut it is heaven's ffaln. Grieve not, dear ones hut prv;i:ire la meet him. You can see him attain if you will only trust in Jemis. one that can help you to bear your burdens. Jesus said, "Como unto me, all yo th.it are weary and heavy laden and II give you rest." So dear friends put your trust in Jesus. L'ncle Jim is sweetly sleeping. He has done his suffering here on earth and gone home to glory where sickness, sorrow or death can not enter, but where all is well. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to you all. A FRIEND. BUCHANAN E. Ronnett has returned from a visit with relatives at I'ortland, O. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kane, Mrs. Helen Smith and Mrs. Ceres Ross of Hunt ington were recent visitors with rel atives here. Mrs. Curtis White. Jr.. and Mrs. Joe White are visiting at Nolan, W. Va. There is a great deal of sickness in this vicinity, especially among tho children. !eo. Williamson was home from Peach creek over Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Compton, Kr.. was the week-end guest of her son, Steve, at Racine, Ohio. Born; recently to Mr. and Mrs. Ren Copley, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sperry, a daughter, and to Mr. and Mrs. Ol Curnutte, Jr., a son. Mrs. Emma Porter has returned to her home at Independence,. Mo., after a visit with her father, J. F. Hatten and family. , ; Our new pastor, Rev. I I). Icard and family have arrived and the mem bers gave them a house warming Monday evening. ; Mrs. O. 8; BromHeld Is an Ashland visitor today. Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Smith and Mrs. Boyle l ave' gone to Huntington for a few days visit. Jako Peterman has moved to Bur naugh and Allie Humphrey has mov d into the Berry property vacated by him. , .Mrs. Julia Williamson has been vis iting her daughter in Ashland. SUNSHINE. MT. ZION Church at this place Saturday night and Sunday was largely attended. Farmers are very busy cutting corn and making ssarghum. Ell Mooro of Hulette Is spending a few days with his mother, Katherine Moore. ' Lillian Nunley spent Saturday night with Olga and Rebecca Mooro. Mr. and Mrs. Green Kinner called ont the' hitter's parentB Sunday. Mrs. Katherine Moore will leave soon for Floyd county wheta she will visit friends and relatives. . Taylor Moore was shopping In Cat lettsburg Saturday, ' There will be church at this place second Saturday night and Sunday In next month. hut us hear from Zelda and Hu- Relief. Ye thirsty, rejoice, ' Now that autumn Is here; Though empty the flask, Thorc'g a nip in the air. PRESTO-LITE AGAIN REDUCES BATTERY PRICES MANY TYPES NOW LESS THAN BEFORE THE WAR. For the second time within a year, substantial reductions In Storage Bat tery prices have been made by The l'reat-O-Llte Co., Inc., manufacturers of the well-known FREST-O-LtTE starting and Lighting Battery. " hen the first radical cut was an nounced last December " states Mr. Hays of Lawrence Auto Sales Co, tho local ITest-O-Lite distributor, "we honestly believed that the limit In bat tery values had been reached. But on top of this comes this last substantial reduction Just announced. "The I'rest-O-Lite Co. was the first big manufacturer of a quality battery to bring the price of a first-class bat tery within the reach of everybody, and this last reduction has made the cost of a battery comparatively lower than anything else connected with at) automobile. I carrot see how a high grade Iwttery can ever . be Bold any cheaper.' "Our large Increase In sales this spring and summer shows that tile public appreciates the policy of a manufacturer who believes In giving the greatest possible value for every dollar paid bv the customer. This Prest-O-LIt,. policy has also been our policy on Service Batteries. Charging ,tti,l Repairs, ami we owe our success to tills pol.ev which says 'OUIt CUS TOM Kits' 'INTEREST COME FIRST." So. Charleston, Y Va. Hubert Guinn has returned home from Chester, W. Va. where he has Neon employed for some time. The Infant child of Uwhou Moore ;s very ill at this writing. Mrs. A. Sanders was shopping in Charleston Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Rogers were tailing on Mix. A. J. Hobson Saturday evening. . Clayton Connard and little itr. Virginia Elizabeth, were calling on Anna Night. Our schools nre progressing nicely wit h good attendance. Mm. . J. Wright . and daughter were visiting friends and relatives in Uiwrence county, Ky., last week. Fredle Moore is visiting Jollie and Charles Wright. Mrs. E. F. Willy of Huntington have been visiting her parents at this place. Eva Wright and Hazel Newcomer are planning a visit to Chester, W. Va.. to Mrs. K. U Hniles. Hro. Dawson preached a very Inter esting sermon at the Church of God Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Golden Spradllng are visiting , her parents, Mrs. James Gll lisple. Mrs. O. J. Wright and little daugh ter have been visiting her parent in Ashland, Ky. Hubert Guinn was calling here Sun day evening. We sure enjoy reading the H Irkft ville letters. lilanche .Frazinr entrtained a bunch of young girls In honor of her 23rd birthday. George Wright, who is i-mploytMl in a stcci rr.i!! Izi VorkavHIe, Ohio, ! pected home soon. KENTI'CKY G111U IIELLIER Chiiivh was largely attended at Greenuugh Sunday night. We are having plenty nf rain and old jack frost will soon be here. Work is very dull at this place, working only I wit and tlir.-v days a week. Mr. anil Mrs. Homer Ray left Sun day for Wst Virginia where they will make their home. Mrs. licwiy Compton and children left Friday for Draft in. Clarence Wllken was calling on his best girl Sunday. Albert While and Miss Opal Butler motored to Plkeville Sunday. They reported a nice time. Nannie Iiu Diamond called on Liz zie Steele Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Compton ami children were calling on his parents Sunday. Harry Castle and Miles Owens will leave Monday for Louisa. . Let us hear from tdorlo and Ad ams. DADDY'S PET. 3Bi luiaeaot: aci iric3C3HC Weak Back Mrs. Mildred Pipkin, of D C n B rv1iimhi:i Twin.. . ft . v , - - r l . vc- "Mv experience with II S3 Cardui has covered a number of E2 m Da years. Nineteen years ago . . . I got down with weak back. 1 was rim-down and so weak and nervous I bad to stay in bed. I read o! The Woman's Tonic pa and sent for it. I took only one bottle at that time, and it helped me; seemed to strengthen and build me right up. So that is I lirct knew of Cardui. (i I.J U :-J - : ' , Cttl A tlmm 41l4 I ilMRIII t '4 DO cet weak and 'no account', I uQ oa sent right for Cardui, and it never failed to help me." If you are weak and suffering frnm womanly ailments. Cardui may be Just what you need, t' : Take Cardui. it nas neipca ja tirj I thousands, and ought to neip vou. At all druggists' and dealers'. p--t4T-.rI7V;r-'"rTr":"''"' i jjl J Service and Low Prices We Have Than Both Our old reliabU wrrloe gi-m many an old battery a second lew on life at low coat. Our new Prest-O-LIt price furnUb you the bet all-around, all-weather battery at the Ioweat figure yet. Bring the old battery around. Get it revived, or if need be, trade it In for a new one. Our offer ! worth Immediate investigation. LAWRENCE Louisa Oldest fTttx rrw tHWi Too I DRIFT Miss Ida Miller returned to h r home at Llgon Tuesday after spending t lie week-end wt'.h her KlMl.-r. Mri. Walker Castle. Mrs. .Charles W. Stratir "f Girth rents. Mr. and .Mrs. A M. Shannon. Aflir sp. Hiling several days wi'li i.l.iliws In Axhland .Mrs. Mill Cnr'rnel and son. Edward, returned VV- dm sil iy to their home here. .Mrs. T. J. Shannon. Alice Jones and Harry '"t went to WcckMniry Friday and spi-:it the day. Mrs. Sallle Shannon returned to her home at Gallup Saturday after ..pend ing s.-veinJ wn-ks wi:h 1;i.t :m a:'n! daughter at tills place. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. See ari l in Jack, went to Iiulsa Monday (or n tew days visit with' relatives. Mrs. II. M. Shannon, who has been ill at her home, here some time. Is anle to lie out again. Mrs. Everett Daniels returned to her home at lui.ta. It. It. 1. Saturday af ter spending a week with her husband who Is employed. Jiere. Love, the infant,' daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I'lurk. who has been seriously ill for the t past week. Is some better. Mrs. .Mury Ratllff of Louisa arrived Tii.-sday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. See for a few days. Lyss Carey came up from Ijouisa Tuesday and accepted a position at this place. Hugh Stamho returned from Iyiulsa Monday where he spent the week-end I with his family. i Mrs. Susie Cartmel went to Martin ! Wednesday, called by the serloun 111 I ni'ss of her niece, Mrs. Mill ("ox. i Mrs. Charley Cox and daughter, i Garnet, went to Edgmont Monday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Maisilen, Arthur Haywood, who is employed at this place left Thursday of last week for a ten days visit with Ills pa rents U Camp, Va. Charley and Harry Cox left today for Louisa where they were called on business. MOUNTAIN LILY. The Correction of i Eye Disorders is most important if the eyesight 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. i AUTO SALES CO : Kentucky service to motorists DR. FRED A. MILLARD DENTIST Office In Dr. Surges Building Opposite Court Houee Office Hours::00 a. m. ts 5:00 p. Wk Office end Residence Phone No. HI DR. H. H. SPARKS DENTIST Office In Bank Block, betweea the twe bunks. Louisa, Ky Office Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Special Houre by Appointment DR. HENRY S. YOUNG REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST AND JEWELER Mail Order Solicited Send U Your Watchee A Clocke by Mail We Fit Artificial Eyes. Oppoiite C. oV 0. Depot, Louisa, Ky. April 30. 1922. FROM FORT OAY Esit Bound No. 4 Dally , 2;2R A. 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