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Friday, November 3,. 1922.
BIG SANDY NEWS PAGE THREE History Made When Camera Clicked This Picture I ( y" vTr' X0 rl OVERDA School In progressing nicely at this place. A. M. Watson am D. J. Thompson were culling on LdndHt'y Webb. W. M. Orubb of Irish creek was on our creek hunday, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. AY ebb wer the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Neal. MIhs Neva Iilankenshlp. who has been very ill with appendicitis spent In st week with home folks Jrvln Wright passed up our creek Monday. A. J. Webb made a bUHiness trip to Louisa Kiiturriuy. MIhs Alva ( rubtree attended church at Cutt Huntl;iy. 1'urls and Mutie Itlunkenshlp were caller here feunday. C harley hproiise and Oodn Presley were married Saturday thu 21st. They have our heart lent congratulations. Misses Laura Webb. Mary U-admon. f tcMsie and Josslu IaMon were the Saturday night gueMs of tool and Mnxrne Webb. Jcttie Hoi brook wus calling on her mmer ai rimoKy vaney eiaiuruay nigm. Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Adams of Ix)u Isn passed up our creek Wednesday nrouto to Irish creek. I'uullne Webb was the Sunday guest of Irene and Charllne, Neal. Jake Arrington pa nut 'd up our creek Saturday. JACKII0 COiAN. Thomas A. Edison made pilgrimage to Schenectady. N. Y, last week, the firtt in 25 year. Ht wai met there by Dr. Chat P. Stcin cneti. the only -rnan in the world bit equal in electrical knowledge. Photo showt Editon examining paru of tree and porcelain insulators shattered by Sieinmeta a few moments before with his newest inven tion a lightning making machine.. It is the first picture of the two great inventors tngrrher it is to he preserved- Edison is now 75 VMr fMnml "iliniUM j i 57. MATTIE ltrv. Harvey preached a very inter esting iiTmiin I thin place Sunday. We would to ttla'l h"' ''I'" lm, k oon. Jay Moore, wife anil family spent Smut day ami Sunday with Mm. Ala fair tftaml.nUKll of Hlalix-. ' James Miller anil fiiuiiiy an- mov ing from this place to li.orn.ii er-ik. .Mr. and Mm, J. L'. Hall iiinlor.il to Mufti. Sunday mid spent "lo- day wuh 51. K. Wheeler and family. wls Moore and Thonu'iK Hull --all-rd on tin I r best BlH a: Adaiim Sun day. I'ewiy Moor- of Cn!iiimu, I . Is rupoWtd to .i y home f"'.k a visit noon. Mrs. l-nunnri- Miller and k.hi spent jSatur.liy h;rlit hwl Sunday with Mr. anil Mr. Wjiynn Monrr. At Hall and wtH- wot; a! Ad-un HuniHy. - Mr. and .Mrs. , V. Hall. rr . Mrr ' and Mix. Jam.'!. MUlor. .Ml. and Mm II. V. I'.M. .1r., iniil V'.xM. .lord in a-nl . family were the dlniu v UM'-fiM Mlnd iy if H. I'. Moori and Tainuy. Ji'Woll Hall and l-'annii' Moore int Sunday with Mis" H.-riha Moor... Minx (inldia t'loldil" M-iil Itn- u- k Mid with lur Krandniotlior of Wilimr L. X- .Mm Hf and wif" and .1 V Moorn nd Wifo m n- 1,ln- alu i tihoii BUi'kih .Sunday of V. I I l. Mooi and family. .Mm. 3. L. Hall nint Monday af Irrnoon with Mm. H. K. Moonv ljn Arrlmilon . and pNi.t motoiiid 16wn our i-rifk mi'' day la.il m k. J'WIn Moi.iiii and .1. H Kill inoior- id to Imis! Hatuiitny fi. V. Hall, Jr.. was In town rfr.nt )y. M IIS. lilll.MiV. YATESVILLE Kev. Cassldy preaeht-d a vry Inter est Iiik sermon here Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W'm. .JustU:o of Ju la.i wre visit Iiik rclatlvrs lare Sun day. Mrs. Susan ItohcrtH and Mrn. lilrl Kiffe nilendi'd the Itt-lM-kah loile Sat urday nijjht. M iHt-M l-'rankii' 1 1 ol brook. IU-ha hue! la 1W tatt y wert tin; Sunday tfUcMa w( y. lni'w 'rank. Nona I tradlt-y a n.l of Mrs. I twiu r I lotlrok a nd I i vti !r:idU. M'lHSfH Mal ('!! tind 'J'h'lina Lt.iM si ti -fit Sunday i- cniMt; with Atifn Siii-rt. lilankenithlp and tiauKht'T ui !im d to H iurt ii l; ti - ti Sun i i.i y Julin ii .iiicy iK.t'l-- ) .s ii -ii-ii v.kU .ii A . I.. Moiri ti' of mi fuj i . Mr. and Mrs i ( i'arik .!;:! Sumlttv w U Ii Mr. a ad Mr. ti: : lirdwrts. Mr.i lOaiHt l Wclliiiiin and mm i f I.v'- j :i n. i.l, div 'tnnnij, imi r.iir (l,, I Mr, and Mrs. .Inlm I'.'-n t ! , j Mrn. l-i i)i a Short i'nl . Sat tit d.i aftirtionii with Mm. A. i:ank.r-n-hi.. Mr and Mis. Wad.- Munry of ) ):1 Sprinwn liavi.' t"it tu lit'd hoin' af!r t -hort visit wfih h-r pan-nt. Mr. and Mrt. V. V. I'rnin', I'hf if Johiitv I'.crty. is v ry Krvd llank't(iip nm-mi Sunday - -enin: with Hay and H.irlin Short. lU-n !' Itt ridt-y w.if calling in lim la Salurda itl:ht. Mr and Mrs. Worth IllankrnsJni' "jM-nt Sunday a ft "i noun w 1! h Mr. a :id M s". 1 turn iff UiHi)ktjndi ij Mr. and Mih. Kd ItllTr and cm hp-mi! Sn t i Lty with Mr?. Lloyd I!ark'r and. HICKSVILLE Church at Catt Sunday wan 'largely attended, i Jold Young HtirprlHfd hpr many frlcndri when ahe became the bride of ChaB. Uerifleld. We wibh them a long and happy life. 11 -unit: and Jt-asle Imltoii were the Saturday gueuta of Maxle and Icel Webb. Opal Iluyx wan tht Sunday guest of Odra HlckH. life ThompHon puttHcd up our crek Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marce Webb were the Saturday guetrtH of Wlli-y Webb. opal and Audrey Thompson were the Saturday night guettta of Stt'llu MfKiriney. J. M. MeKlnney was the gutHt of Mr. and Mm. L. T. AdatnH. Ojnil and Audrey ThornpHon, Stella Mt-Klnnt'y and Willi Adatnu were the dinner gu-Ht3 of Lula Caldwell. Itillard W'eldt huh failing on Kllza JoIoinoii Sunday. Ileln-eca AdaiiiM vun viniling rel ativcH on I'herokev Sunday. V. a., i expected MA.1AS IIAUV. A 50 Horsepower 6-Gylinder Coupe KM";:"-'' 'lill.TH fT.' I .-T.UrTi!-- u. III' ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Panel Steel Body Seats Four $1445 A year ago you could not have bought an enclosed car that could match the Jewett Coupe in quality for $2500. Today this Jewett model is yours for $1445, f. o. b. factory. The Jewett Coupe body is made of panel-steel. Four passengers ride in comfort the driver in an easy individual seat, with two passengers in the broad 36-inch main seat, while a well padded arm chair unfolds to welcome the fourth. " The mighty rush of 50 horsepower is yours in this Jewett Coupe when ever your needs require it, yet that rush is modified to a whisper by the perfect six cylinder balance of power impulses that overlap. This power plant is installed in a chassis of excess strength. Set your expectations high. A call at our salesroom and a ride in the Jewett Coupe will justify every ideal you have conceived of this striking motor car value. The complete Paige-Jewett tinea of six -cylinder passenger cars offer a selection of thirteen models priced from $995 to $3350. The complete line of Paig trucks meets every haulage need. They are sold and serviced by Paige dealers everywhere. A. H. SNYDER, Louisa, Ky. itoiit at H.ld'-u. liorin' Slum. DESTROYS SLEEP MANY LOUISA PEOPLE TESTIFY TO THIS. edG11iriftySix'BuM byTiiigc. had but'k. Irunt un- I.MKill H mi i aii't hit t, p ai niuht V it h i hen ami pa;t.M o a iiMi ou have to -t up nai trouhhs. It tio kidneys ar.r at lau!t i-Ji-t them working r;ghi with Kidney IMIIk. lit re ih Utuina proof of their ni'-rit. rn. i'iuy. ii-'U (road Si ., Luiusa, .v.ys; "My kidm-vs wto In a weak ;,:ni d.Kordered eomlitibii and I w;ifc t ly annoyed ha vjng to net up ot -GRIFFITHS CREEK ill down our crtiek Friday afternoon. Iiiira Moore of Whitehouse paid Mrs. Iti'liiiT;i Imiiiani lias riUurni'd hunic folks a visit Saturday niht and 10 lii'i- hiinii- 1n iiliio ufinr a visit here Sunday. with h-r iliiUKliU-r. Mrs. Charky AI- bofizo Ksti'ii mado a business trip Iimi. to Loivmansville Friday. .Mary AH.-. liiiliMl.iuKlinr of M. T. U are glad to say Dewey Eftep. I'ri-i-ee, is su k. who has typhoid fiver is im;)roinf. ImmIko'iIuiii! win. was hurl a couplo ' MrM- I'""a iIIU-r waa'callli.if on her of wi eks nirn l,v a rnlliiiu- lni? while liri-nls Saturday. .Iimiii,' tin- niKhl to pass the kid- 'li" aloior line inployed ai 1 iwali-. Kliy.il rounty, Is ESTEP Mm. Hearl Mtulns. unele at liv.- iltll Mr. ftnd visit inif h day. MiMe4 Mary and Heiilaii Mriilotii Hn nd Anna Shep)j-id inotor.-d to Ku-h Sunday. Mr, ami Mtn. liaHeoru ijipM-n wrr enllliiK n their daUi;)itt i , Mm. .Utt lavln Sunilny. Ihivo lUilltnrtoii nml faintly were vifltlni; homo folkn Sunday. Nellie Ktewurt and unrle of Awhland motored to Henton Sunday. .Mm.' V. I; Queon returned home af ter nrt t.tlided Visit with relatlvi-x in AVwt. VlrRima. ' Mr. and Mrn. M, L. Hnldm-u of Ash land werf . viHltinu hrr ; fi;iivntn. Mr. and Mr, t. Stewnrr Sunday. Karl IvlHwiek nnd wife and bnUy ami Mr. T'ewey and family were railing on Mrs. Anna Vttiihorii Saturday and Sunday. Mm. Klira MeClothlln and daugh ter havd rotitrned from', i'ortsnunilh. O.. Mheif they have 1m en visiting rel ' ative. Miss Ada. Fannin has returned to PortMtiouth after a few days visit with homr folhd at thi ihue. TMTIKR SCHOOI, OIRT.S. M(ja Ih'H .-tt s petit Suod.i Mr a-id Mi:-. Iiw dkitih. :,ild MiiKes was tn I,oiia Moil i lit i ,mji n of dr.. Til- d (o y seeretiorm. Tia-y were highly eol uitd and d' posiled Hedimeiil. My hack m ii.s so pasnful I t-ouldn'l htoop to puii iii no hiioe. Oik1 of (lie family advis- d me to try Iran's Kidro'y T'liis so I l.-gati taku.p them, ii didn't take I loan' lotitt lo ti Jili' Up in good i'riee 60c, at all dealers. Ioii't Hinip ly aK lor a kidney remedy -net 1 Man's Kidney l'UK- tin; nanio Unit Mr. day had. Koster-Mjihurn t.'o.. Mtrs., iiul lalo, N. Y. eiti'Miii ! ,uu;s !! I toi-r field of 'hlNtliiaM va. aijer hre Sunday. I'Ald, IIOSI FALLSliURd Su oday Mliod at thi place eve inda at hlvvl'J doily invited li. 11. I'oelirai) Mas ealhtiH oi trillion .iups Sundav. Mr. and Mis. Iteningt-r moti-red to hoiii.-i Sunday to s e iit-r father who ,s in a si-rioun condition. M isses Nona i 'noksi y ami tlrace Jordan were the Sunday KUs,ts of .irx, Ann t'ookHey. (last r lienard underwent an opera tion at (,'atlettsbuiir Thursday for ap luiid iritis. It is reitorted that she is llosion and Theodore Haniniond 0. ,, ..i-iniiH iondiiitm Mr. and Mrs. L-Iverette Monro and lookinir for him aain .through Satur hahy of Iouisa were culling on his day and Sunday to preach at Cherry father. lafe Moore, Saturday anl'vMe. Sunday. ! Mr. and 'Mrs. Lindsey Moore and John (vlswiek. Bert Oueeu and Del- family sp,nt Hit? day Sunday with Mr. hert I'oweii j.assed through our town . d 'Mrs. Noah Ball. Monday. i . Victor Hack was down from Bor- Mliri'lK Skl't'IlH. "A'llO'Ieft SOIIIP t illll ' .Lurh. ,w, Cnlnp.lnn mwl . lleiion Triplett ha nurohamd a tine . .ril f,.r v..,,, t.,.r t .i,M,-t..d hnmn'i' n- Aia.-.. n .. .. ... i' . . " - . . ....... .ti.-n iu.uitt: 4i.ua niia tile KUraL til oin. Misses Blunche. 'and Oussie Samnions Work on the hard road at this place Saturday. . MKS. MUTT. HICKSVILLE Vox hiinfint: is all the kh now. ('hurley Wright and ri;iijd Nnvyn left Tuesday for (hh wlo-re ihty wil set k employment. Mlfcs Upal TliompMiri wa-s the Sat urday night finest of Sl-!Ia 'McKiti-0-y. Milton Voting of Williamson.. W 'n. Iian rettirneii home. motored lo Slinson Slinda 'M.isseM ,t'pal ami Audrey Thomp on and Inla faldweil attt-adcMl ir.iy er meeting at Catt Sunday. Hi Hard Vetd was visiting hotm folkn on fancy Fork last wek. Henderson Thompson punned ' :' r,.. rreok rni"iite In Ulcksville. Mrs. J. W, Harris went to Owale Saturday to spend a few days. Mr. Harris has an extensive tirnher . joh near here. M iss MinM-ir1 ();v. ns. Cherry ville a her, sp-nt Saturday and Sunday it Jut hoiiu- n Louisa. Hill Senters and l-'n.-d Spurlock came up trorn Kcnova where tlu-y have heen working for o u i t e a w h 1 1 . K'dd. L.. Hat'y has nnu'i-d his store into larger ((ua'rters in re he is dis nlavini,' a lii iitu- of goods purchased while in Cincinnati two weeks ago, Uoscoe I'ennington moved frym Ash Jand here last wek usinc motor trucks for transit. Mr. i'eiminton is ry ; employed in the Commissary depart : inei of the Norfolk A: Western Uv. o.. over the I 'ortsmouth division. A. H. 1'erry, mine foreman, and son, It ay, are down from Melvin, Floyd county. Miss lilanche Sarnmons has return ed from lilaine where she has hcen visiting friends. Wayne Summons, who has employ ment oti I'ond creek, spent the week end with home folks. W. ;. Bennington of Ashland was here Thursday and Friday. We are Maud Hays was shopping at Charley Friday. Ceorge I'ack was calling on Stanton Miller Saturday. Claudy Kstt-p passed up our creek Saturday. Lon VValace is numbered with the traders of this place. Then will be church at Mary. chapel Sat urda y a nd Sunday. .lames N'icliols was a visitor at our seh'tol Friday afternoon, i Mr. and Mrs. South Dixon were ;!u Sunday dio.ier quests of her parent: Mr: and Mrs. Walter Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Dora Mooiv made ;i business trip to Blaine Monday. F.Iijah Hays was calling cm Walto; Hays Sunday. Isiiac and Burnsil Moor? w ?f? ca:I inr on Hubert Swan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dora Moore wer.. call ing on their daughter, Mrs. Tamo Berry nf Whilehouso Tuesday. - JACK AND J I LI UPPER LICK CREEK I.lenarfl T'arker of "PreHtonaburu Is visiting his cousin at this place. The sick of our community is slow ly improving. : MUses Emma Lee Isaac, Rexio l?ran ham. (llanelie and Wovla Shannon and Inez DanielM. Messrs. Anily and Ollie Shannon Scott, Mike and Shannon See, Paul liranham spent Sunday with the Mis.ses ileCowans. Misses (ioldia and Kay MeCowan Were shopping, at Dussey villc Thurs day. Hon and Tom May, Thurman Huuhes mil Hay and Arley Thompson of Irad lu-niled the siriKlng school at this Tilaee Sunday night. ' . Amsey Meade passd up our creek i-'riday. !.; s Cox was at Dove Adams Mon day. KY. CHKK.N'HORX. There will be rhureh at llursess chapel Sunday by Kev. .1. ('. Pulley. Mi.ss Marie See was calliiiB on Mary K, Daniels Sunday. lioldia Shannon paid home folks a visit Saturday- ami Sunday, -Mr. ami Mrs. Ly.ss Swan and family were calling on W'm. Shannon recent ly.... . Mike See has returned home from Smoky Valley Sunday nlirht. Weeksbury where he has been at work ! HOI 'SB OAT LITTLE BLAINE There will be church at this place .tiirday night and Sunday morning Iilai'kl.urn school house. Ivory IMaekburn has been on the irk list for the past week. lvury lllaekbuin. llame and .Mex Thompson, llerinan Hays and t.ray inn t'hapman motured to Louisa Sun lay evening. . . .Mrs. Li. L. Thompson was calling on V. James Ball Tuesday. Frank Martin and Kred Blackburn ire expected home soon. Scott See and I.lill Howe passed up air creek Saturday evening. v Pay and t'ecll Thompson attended lnneh at Spencer's chapel Saturday night. ..lit Isaac and Shannon See were :t our creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Urj;w Adams were railing on P.oy Thompson Sunday. Ilioinet Hale attended church at mule from Will Unnlrls. Misses It. ssle and Jentie llaltnn ni l the Saturday nltfht gueKts of M:i.. nnd Icel Webb. ' Let us hear from Loudon. . SlIMMIlolIVS PAULINO GOOD SOAP FOB LESS THAH TWO GEUT3 A POUL Make It At Home By This Easy Process Takes Less Than 30 Minutes. ; Nowadays, moro and more women are doing aa their mothers did and are making their own soap, if you havo never tried it, you will be surprised to see how easy it is to mako Rood soap, oft soap, bard soap or floating soap, just by using kitchen Bcrapa and waste greaio toguther with a can of Merry War Lyo, the nafo andsuro sonpmakr r. In the old days whensoap was mado by the boiling process it took nonrly all day to mako a kettle of soap. Now it is hardly any work at all requires no boiling takes less than SO minutes. Saves you money ana gives you an the pure, cltnn soap yoti need for kitchen, laundry and all household purposes. You will find simplo directions fur soupmultiiitf on the label of every can of Merry War Lye also many other recipes such as how to make lye hominy, how to soften water, how to mnko clothes washing easy, how to briphtcn cooking uti-nsilp, etc. Merry War l'owdored Lyo is also a wonderful cloaner ond purifier for use about' the home, barn, chicken house and outhouses. Comes in a convenient can with revolving pi-tir;i top that can not como olf, cannot pet lent, recloaes tightly and preserves contents. It is economical to buy nrd easy to use. Ask your dealer for Merry War Lye bo sure you get "Merry War" tha lye that has mado pood for 83 years. is pronrtwdntf rapidly. .Murio Wtdh spon l .Monday niht j with Imr lnotlir-r I. C Widib. f C'(U .Miillins, who is cmpoye-l at . Akron, Ohio, is oxprrti d homo soon, j Miss.'s Alurgio and Kate Mann ami , Kozolla Krazior wore al lottora Sat I ui day. ' ' Miss Kilza Hutchison ami Mrs. 'O. W. Nori'iy w-ro visiilUK Kltza Cuiv hiUio. .who h.'tK boon Uk for some I timo uiul is n-portod no bolter. I Ilohert Skoo ns j;;iHSd through our ; I own' Sunday. 1 I'avo Mtillins. who was sick fori j some ftw d;iys iH able to ho out again. ! liauliiiK coal is the employment of ) I several at this plaeo. YAXK-A-DOOULi:. CHARLEY large crowd attended the bail Vame I at J'harley Sunday. j .(.larland Moore was at Matttc Krt da' afternoon. ' Klijah Hay. mnde a. business trip ; to Louisa Saturday Mrs. Lon W.i'icie was caliJun on Mrs. Dora Moore Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs :iie KtlwnnN in it or BLAINE School at Knob Branch is progress ing nicely,. Mrs. Kiliel N'orris and. children of Salt Llek are visilinK friends and rel atives at this place. . . Mrs. Joe !okks was the guest Mon day of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. t'liarey. Morris were shopphifr in Hlniue one day last .week. .Miss Nolu . Kdwards of Louisa 18 speiidtnK the week with homo folks. Junior and Willis Harnett spent the week-end with their parents at Madge. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wade passed down our creek Sunday. Miss Nola Kdwards and sister spent Sunday night with Mrs. Kendrlek Williams. SWEETIE. ELIJAH B. BROWN DEALEri IN High Grade PIANOS, Uprights, Players ; and Grands, ESTEY ORGANS, Phonographs, Etc. Piano tuning a specialty " " . ; - ' " Addri m for Trm and Prien PREST0NSBURG, KY SherwinWilfiams Paint is our line. No better in the world Fully Guaran teed. Prices the lowest that such quality can be sold for.-' Furniture is one of our strong lines. 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