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Friday, Novimbtr 3, 1922.
I beg to call aiteiuion to the iiwi that ihe'.Cunress
ional election is draw in r near and to express the hone Uat
those who advecau- mv election will give .me the benefit
of their influence during the remainder of the campaign
and support me with their vote on TUESDAY, NOVEM
My opponent is making an active light and is doing
all in his power to induce his supporters to go to the polls.
It is, therefore, essential that I ask my friends to be not
over confident of my election to the extent of their fail
ing to vote.
If those who are for me support me with their vote,
we will Win, but should a large percent of them fail to vote
through their belief that my election is assured the sit
uation might become dangerous; hence this appeal to my
friends to support me with both their influence and their
votes. W.J. FIELDS.
Mis Mildred Taylor was the week
end guest of HuntinKton relatives.
Henry Hensley and Hotiart Waddell
of Kenova were here on business the
tirst of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Scapps and lil
tle son spent Saturday and Sunday
with C'eredo relatives.
Miss Hazel Kirby of Hunting! :i is
the guest of Miss Lillian Ferguson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. J. Wilcox of Hunt
ington are visiting Mrs. C. V. Allen.
Dr. Lindsey Vinson of Huntington
was a visitor here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Newman and
children motored to Huntington Sat
urday and spent the day.
Clyde Scaggs and Monroe Fry were
Huntington visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wiles of West
Moreland and daughter. Gertrude,w"re
visiting friends here last week.
W. T. Ilardwick of Oenoa was here
on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Damrnn of Hunt
ington spent Sunday with Rev. and
Mrs. A. W. Damron.
Hugh Ketchum of Westmoreland
was here on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hager of Wil
liamson spent last week with I'rof.
and Mrs. T. 13. McClure.
Mrs. B. A. Hurtress was n Hunting-
Our First
is to afford absolute safety for your money.
Our second, to serve you promptly and
helpfully at all times, and to render you ev
ery assistance consistent with sound bank
ing practice.
Careful, conservative management.Cap
ital and Surplus of $100,000.00 and the Fed
eral supervision which comes of FEDERAL
RESERVE MEMBERSHIP assure the first
Our record of 18 years of successful ser
vice shows the ideals to which we attain in
the second.
, L. H. YORK..,...,
F. CONLEY. .......
Ft. BURGESS.......
G. F
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tun visitor Saturday.
Mrs. K.lli'ti Fry 'of Ceredo is visit
ing her brother. 1'. H. Napier.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruv-ii-11 Rueker and
ion visited Huntington relatives the
last of the week.
Mrs. Fisher Sc.-icgs was hostess to
a number of friends on Tuesday ev
ening. Dancing and Fve Hundred
were enjoyed until a late hour when
i delicious salad course was served to
Mr. and Mrs. K. .1. Wilcox. Mr. and
Mrs. R. .1. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. ('.
F. Alb n. Mr. and Mrs. Claude New
man Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I'eters. Mr.
and Mrs. Will Click. Misses Kitten
and Spice Adkins. .Mildred Taylor.
Cassle Staley, Mildred Smith. Alice
Miller. Clyde Scaggs. Herman Dean
and "Floyd Harrison, Lillian Ferguson
and Hazel Kirby. ORIMKS.
Hazard. Ky.. Oct. 30. J. E. I'ayne
charged with killing James Holliday.
Deputy Sheriff of Ferry county, wits
sentenced to serve live years in the
penitentiary by a jury in the l'erry
county circuit court. The prosecution
.leaded for the death penalty in their
arguments. The jury amended the
charge to manslaughter.
The trial Of Dewey Combs, charged
with killing Sammie Reedy, is set for
Wednesday mornlrg.
.......... .. . President
........Vice President
. . . . . ......... .Cashier
.....Assistant Cashier
Emhrration from Germany Increas
ed 48 per cent durlnir the tirst half of
1922.. -.' ' .
The State Of New York hud Its first
snowstorm of the season on October
18-. ' i
Hereafter November H will bo a le
l(al holhlny In France under the name
of Victory Day.
Lutest automotive estimates Indicate
a production In 1922 in the
States of over 1 800,000 cars.
i t..i....i I
ii nmw i
The civil betrothal ceremony of Kx-
Kaiser William and the Princess of
rA..UA .,..,,,. .. on 1
nuiuiiuM-n ihui n ib .Mb'". u.-iuia mr jrH Mary rerrv and sun nf Ililcli
north polo for next May or June. Hel.n8 were visiting Mr. anil Mrs. Clar
is now at Walnrisht, Alaska. enoe vbb Tuosday.
At the end of August Japanese tea Misses ICvelyn Hanks and Irene
exported to the United States sijiee , lUtwIinn were calling on Martha Welih
January 1 amounted to 16.000.000 ' Tuesday.
pounds. (
Two steamships were to leave the
United .States before Octoher 24 filled1
with food and clothing for refugee in
the Near Kast. .
Chinese bandits have ahdueted An
ton Lundeed, an Amerii-aii Lutheran
missionary at Juchow, and are hoM
Jn him for ransom.
The Fourth International Uil-.-r
i 'on fere tire ope lied a I IVm-va i mi
i.i'uer IS With
4 nations i pi'
Miliums in' i'i
Him in ait'ri.l.inee .in 1
m:. d.
Hi fit 1 i
i.;e uar
k att.il
up ft'i ;
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'uliitn Kill
ed tin' iljii'ii'V a!
nf till" 'llip'-'l
I'llMii-ii; ha
f Ha- Dui. .1 S
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eenlly autiiiii
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Walter F. ;
Supreme ' urt
li'iuiina'.' .1 as i
sui'ci wjair to Se
il". Ks-Jlulliv
i.f il.in'i;i.i, lui
i'.i!i.l..lal.' 1..
t'.nr Thalll....
son. deceased.
On October Hi (ire.it Urit.ilii made
the tirst payment of t'.li.noo ooo in;er
est on her war loans due the I'nii.-.l
States, the leans approximating Vain
and a half hliaon d.. liars.
One hundred and Tifty Americans .
stranded in Kut'ope mailed fur home i.i-.
Oi'tiil.er !.".. their r.-tuin being n .i.l.
possible by the efforts i.f the Ameii
an Aid, Society in Fans,
(ieneral IVitrick Chief ..f the Army
j Air Service, reports that about 1(1.
; illld.uOO cubic f-.'t i.f niinexpl.islve hi'l.
I .urn gas will be available within a Jeir
f'.r the inilatioti of army dirigibles.
Owing to the unsettled state if
Russia's linances. Argentina has in
structed her tepri'-ientatives (It Tile
Hague to (iay Russia's iUola of the
i expenses of the International Court of,
The Krupp Company, of (lermany. ;
has been granted a concession of 6s,
- (lii acres of land by the Soviet gov-,
'eminent on the Hlack Sea, w here .it
is planned to manufacture ugricul-
tural machinery.
Associate Justice William R. Day of
. the L'nited Slates Supreme Court haa '
i.i. .. ..i-iiiik..-. i.r n-niii iiiiii me .
pire i
i view oi nu ouiies as urn-:
the Cierman -American claims
A resolution adopted by the Ami-:.
an Legion by a vote of 601 to 375 de-
maruls the n-movaj of Krigailit-r tlt'n-
t-ral nwyt-r, President HanllnK' per-;
Hutial physician, as h-atl of the Keil- j
eral Hospitalization Board. t
More than two hundred men are un- '
d r arrfwt at 1'oriianil, Oregon, at tliv
instance of the tnayr, who declared;
that the city wa.s thmitfiied with an
invasion of thousandH of I. V. W.'s,
sent there, to partiuipale In a water i
front strike.
Owini; to the Japanese detnund tliat'
the m;k;idij's ti'otp.s he pt-rntiu tt tviin- '
ph te vacualutn of the city of ludi-
'vostok befoie the Russian march in.
the Soviet government has w ithdrawn
its guarantee of protection for for- !
! cigners in the city. j
J I'remier l'oincare has announced.
that Utlssia would be invited to par-I
' licipate in tile iiiternational confer- ,
ieiH-e tliat W'ill settle the future status,
of the Turkish straits. This bads to '
j the belief that France will, recognize .
! Russia, in the near future. 1
I It is believed that the resignation of :
j the Lettish Cabinet last week will de
i lay the opening of negotiations look
ing to the refunding of the 14 7f.u.-
oiio.uoo Uritish war debt to the L'nited
Slates, alnre new I-iritiHh renrisefit.i.
tives will probably be appointed.
Jean Lonttuet' former leader of the
..guet, former leader of the
party In France and a grand-
Carl Marx, is sallUig for this
son of Karl
country to deliver a series of lectures
on the evolution of the Socialist party
in France, the general political situa
tion In Kurope after the war, and the
VersalJea peace treaty.
The American Labor Party wan of
ficially launched In New York on Oc
tober 15 at a meeting presided over by
Morris Hil.iillt, an active Socialist,'
who states that the new party was j
siarieii nisi r enruury iiy ow men ami
women' representing 3 OOti.Ouv organ- 1
ifced farmers and other workers.
Geni tal l'ershiiiK win dedicaie ' on
November ll a monument to the m - m -
ory of his mother erected at Mary-
ville, Tenn., the place of her birth. liThe
monument Is being erected by the
.Maryvitle LeKion l'ost. The basn i
built of stones taken from the foun la -
iion of the old home, and the Bhaft is
of Tennessee marble. , ,
There Is a (lifferenco of 14.000.000
pounds BterluiK. It Is said, between the!
amount the Allies claim la owed by
(lermany In clearing paymenta nnd
the sum Germany malnluins Is due.
It la stated that the German negotia
tors have announced that In any ease
there is no prospect of Immediate payment.
Several of the young folks from this
place '.attended church at Wlllard
Thursday night.
Misses Ci'.adys Johnson and HaVoh
I'enninillon were shdppinB at Webb-,
vllto Mitunlny.
Miss Irene Howllntc wan calling on
Mr . James . It'ryant of I'aiiey Kuril
Friday. .
Mioses ICvelyn Hunks and Martha
W'phb wrrf calling on Miss Gladys
Johnson Wednesday evening..
Clarence Weld) made a business trip
to Grayson Saturday.
Itcssic Greene ami little brother were
calling on Mr. and Mrs. llraseue
f :riii(i Kimilii v
Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Greene and
' 7 "" i'-'""
atinlay and Sunday.
-Mrs. May hruxiw was the kum. 'f
1 hur aunt, Mrs. J. 1J. liayii, Sutunlny. j
Mrs. Klanery of W'heelershuri;, O.
is visiting her Son, t l Klunery of J
(htn place. j
Miss Huhy Fhtnery was eaUlnn on;
Ina Ardis if Wlllard Thursday ewn- ,
Mr. mid Mrs. (Mureiiee Wehb won' :
icuesfs of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sparks
("lifTord Wriisht. who has been .-ni-,i:.til
at Molrb-n, "a., has return-
srxsiiiNK and s.ni.i:s.
i.l :
I.. Ma
M i
l:..i.i.i tt
.Mm. .lay
r (i. Ri.-kmari
---.! witii Ineuils .it :)i:s p;.i.
MisS.s l.-!i.i May anil .V
;..n spent Sun. iay with their vist. r
Mis. Sam I'.ittuM uf 111. -i arils. .ii
Miss It. atii. 'auh....se sp.nl Sat
ai lay nii.-liE itn.l Sun.la with ml. t
.11.1 r..'Se VarillOOSe.
Mrs A. I'lesiun is visiting her d. ills' i
M r. Mis, li it. Lewis of Louisa.
Mls-i-s .-.iniia iioyii ami Myrue ;"ii-
llalllS.'fl W.Te tile gUtSt.S SllUlllV I'f
1 1 .1.1.1 .Me.i.l...
Seer.(l fi..m lier.- attentle.l .il. bip
tiihg Sunday evening.
Mrs. Ch is.Ca.ss. il ..f S'.m., W Va .
;s visiting lii.rm folks at II. n Pas .11. i'
el. Mr and M.i s. .1. I. W allets are
ning relatives at Ashland
Mlss Myrlle Williamson speat
day night Willi M.arnula Walters
(i.o. Hickman and daughter. I
f Dei.v.-r wei,. Visiting Mr. and
M is.
(Irani Panders Saturday and Sunday.
The Inst Saturday night and Sun
iiay is the regular meeting tiui- at
mis place. K ery body come.
We are having fine wen tie
er 11".
the roads are very good.
Noah Triplet has moved from Miller
branch to the old humc place on l 'alt.
John H..lbl..ok moved from Last
Fork to Hitldi'li. V. Va.. and Liennle
Coffee moved from F-iwl Fork to the
house vacated by Dow Shepherd.
. M. Hull. rook and wife went to
l.iraysi'ti on business last week.
Il.rmnii llitlhr..nk l.usseil no i.ur
t.r)., k Suinla v.
ci',iV, T.,v!..r uml ,-hil.iren
are spending a few da with her
father at this place.
! Willie Woods little 3 year old son
got an awful cut on his leg while out
playing where his father was cutting
weeds with a mowing machine.
August French has returned from
medical college.
'Isaac Cunningham and family were
on our creek Sunday in his car.
A. ib.lbroi.k attended 1. o. O. F.
lodge at oliovillo Saturday night.
Mrs. Claudia Taylor and children
took dinner with Mrs. Kiuy Holbio'.k
and children Sunday.
; 3S
; .x
"Feeling J
line! :
ly "I was pale and thin, hardly fcf
fable to go," says Mrs. Bessie
Bearden, of Central, S. C. "I
would surfer, when I stood on ( y
my feet, with bearing-down
s nains in mv side3and the lower Vf
i Cm nart of mv bodv. I did not rest (P)
I ffiSv well and didn't want anything 0.
M .My COlOr W3S 030 ana
I felt miserable. A fnend Of m
(tg) mine told me pf "
The Woman's Tonic
and I then remembered my rS
mother used to take it. . .After m
the first bottle I was better. I K
heran in fleshen un sad I re- vL'
i ,
j gained my strength and rood, M
1 yt healthv color. 1 am feelincrine.
S Wl I took twelve bottles (of Cardlii)
and haven't had a bit Ol trouble O
j since." ' ' (A
j Thousands of other' women te
, f 4 have had similar experiences in
: the use Ot Cardui, which has
I IS) brought relief where Other 'O'
- 0 niedtcints had failed. .,
rS, n you bunci iiuui icinoic an-
j' menu mwe uaruui. ii is a -
(eii woman's medicine. It may be
i J'ist what you need.
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V (J V,
A million men
One Eleven
a firm
p s '. i
7ISS' Trii
15 u, 10c
I'lwu.g to the diy fail Weather the
r.n.ls are p.Tti.tly g..id and tiny
seem t.. be favorable for the coal haul
eis as they go early and late.
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.lane- l'lh-binl and family lictored
lo l.i'Ulsa Sunday
li. v Itowlund Hutchison, pastor, will
tr..i. li nl Hisell Chapel the .'lid Sat
ii'd.iy night ill November at Hll.hen
Sunday mortittig and at lteach llnivi.
.-'iind.iy afternoon.
Se.i.i! from here were out motor
;:ii; Sunday afternoon.
Aunt .line lliiichetl I" ulnwJy Im
proving. I;. nine I'll un in was lo-re S',tuid.iy
Leonard .ils...n is hauling coal for
.1 A Kb..
Coiigralulalions to Irllislia Johc and
bride. Also, to Mi. and Mrs. Andrew
W 1.
Sorry to h.-ar of the death of Miss
lt..s.-t Kridley The bereaved family
has our heartfelt sympathy.
James snivel and Unseal Thomp
son were callers In our town Sunday,
Miss Ylrgle Hutchison will leave limn
tor Itlehmoitd where she will attend
Worth lllankenship and U I": l'rlch
ard we,.- callers at Jas. l'richnrd'a
Miss Josephine lltce )alil homo folk
visit Saturday and Sunday and al
so Miss Violet luce of l.ulsa was
v. siting home folks Saturday.
Kay and John Kay iindjohn Cmik
se are expected home soon.
Itoland O. t'oiikHi-y calling on
I'aul Hutchinson Monday.
M .r t hi Hammond and daughter.
Claud.e. jeissed through here Monday
enroute to Louisa.
There will he church her S.iturdny
fituhf and Sunday conducted by He v.
have Kon'
Jdia and Surah IfiHrnan
t- i UJve Mill t- viKit rel-;
alive. '
Ha.4t;i.l Taomp.SMn piishet! thru
1 Saturday.
tfonard Wat.ttn
wan ratlin? n
t f--tnd on IteilKtrace
Sunday morn -
! 1. ,1. Thontp,-('n whh a hiiHincHM '.-all
1 er liiif ftitf. d.i Ia?t Wfi'k.
: Sheridan Thompson and, ('liiud.a
Hammond were callctM at Iiuia la t
Ai'-'iileali Shi vet attended church nl
j Cut Sunday Innt.
j i;ii.aticth Watson and JoHie Woods
' paHed thru here Sunday.
! Maxltie Tli"Hiio(in npent ' W'ednes-
1 day nihr with Ucnrt Tlionipson.
I lolan Ilillman 1m, expected home
oori from tdtve Hill.
Sheridan Thompson wan u cjillr
her. Saturday.
.Mr. I It. Wells and tolia Thomp
nun were In Ix.ulsa last week.
Virgil Well wan rliupplirt fit WV'jh
ville Saturclay:
MIhsch f'taudia Hammond nnd Ar
naleah Hhlvtl will leave non for A.sh
laml whert. they will upend the win
ter. , .
vt us hear from CadmiiH nnd Ol 'n
wood. .1 A K AM) Tf !.-
Mind Your Eyes
' Your eyes usually give you plen
ty of warning when they need
help. Persistent headaches,
spots before , the eyes, blurred
vision or a pulling sensation of
the eye ball. . All these are crys
for help by your eyes. They
should be heeded at once. Let
our expert oculist help you.
Huntington Optical Co.,
324 Ninth Ctroet
Huntington, W. Va.
. 1 :
verdict for
li J J i
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v5w jt
' '
Wild, as; It has pleased iod to kliock
ul the door of our lisle and call from .
us our beloved ulster. Hosa Itradley.
, . ;1 r r t :' :i ; e lift 1 .. l. 14
In.':. She was highly esteemed iy:
this l."ty and we duply mourn her
hi llreal as her loss is to gi 11 K
sister, friend and unsocial', greater
still is it to those nc.irrr nnd darcr
to her. Itut we feel that our los Is
only heaven's gain. Il wim with nail
.iml soii'owful hearts we mJ on Sun
day, ' October 1.. 1HJ2 to my lllo lt
(ribute of riwpect to our departed l
ter lie Jt Hesolvisl. That l.eah ttebeknh
lnlge of Fallsbtirg. Ky. hs K lost a
true and w-irtliy member. Her pre
ence and bright smiles will Rreal.
iy missed. .
We extend to the iH-reaved family
and friends our dcc;eM symuithy an 1
commend them toour Hivinly Ka.lh
er who doeth ail things well. He who
on the last great day will again unite
the chains of fraternal love so recent
ly broken.
Itesolved. That n copy of then- roa-
ilutions be sent, to the bereaved fam
ily, copies sent to the Hlg Sandy Now
and Lawrence County Meoordcr for
publication and a copy sprtitd upon
the minutes of our records.
Offic in Dr. Burgail Building
Oppofit Court Hout
Offlt. Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. nv.
OHieo and Ridnf Phono No. 11e
OITIco In Hank lllock. between
two banks, Louisa. Ky.
Offico Hour: 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. r
Special Hour by Appointment
Mail Orders Solicited Sind Ul
Your Watches & Clocki by Mail
We Fit Artificial Eye.
Opposite C. oV 0. Depot, Louisa, Ky.
April 30, 1922.
! '; .-'..- East Bound .
I N'q. 4 Pally. ......
I No. 8 Dally ,
.2:25 A. M.
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.2:16 P. M.
No. 16 Dally...., I
West Bound
No. 3 Dally...;.. L........ .1:16 A. M.
No. IS Daily. ....... i . 1:10 P. M.
No. 29 Dally..;... I. ....... .6:16 P. M.
I 1'iillman Cars and jDlnlng Car Service
; on trains 3, 4. 16 njid 16.
: For rates, schedules and additional
Information, applyf to C. C. CONNELX,,
rnssenirer Afrent, Vorlsinouth- Ohio, or
V. C. .SAUNDKHit, General Passeng
er Aorent. ttonnohe'. Va.
Jewelers & Opticians
Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted Correotly

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