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Friday, Novtmbar 8, 1922.
RIG SANDY NEWS PAGE SEVEIT, MADGE AND IRAD Tii'V. Roland Hutchison delivered an Interesting sermon to a huge audhnce . Saturday nignt und' Sunduy. Miss Meile Shannon surprised her miinv friends liiMt baiurday iv.iili'g by Imcnmihg (h bride of Mr. l-.hshn Join- or Twi'. blanch. The cienMiiv i I .., tw. I,,,,.,.. ,.r 'In 1" tIJt ftllll'lllll l.,;u .tn .,, iiuiiiii i'ile tv Hi'V. Hi-wlolt nr.I.ou.Kii.MiH. job. N tho .itn.ulive and nccoi..p,le-h-f i" daughter ' and Mr Win. hlinnmui of ni place. Mr. nml .Mil. Jcije li'fi Mo.ichiy for Hermit where tln-y will nitiKB ihi'lr future .nit.i". Mrs. John j.nniron and Mia.. Jay Splllman an-' nlntit daughter " ' on the Hick IUt. .-" Mia. Sink Joidan la Visiting ii.i ivc II IjOUlHIl..' . Miss Ivor, llurchctt. who Is tea'h t:ut .lb Ml'lu school anvnl ntur .ay and sumu. wan hit parent MIkhi-h (It-rut. und Hul.y 1 Iiamroi oiid Jim Caller und John l:. Damron Woie out motoring Sunday ari.irnoi.ii. , Several tium Dry Kldgft attended church here Saiurday night und Htin V. . Flunk Thompson of Mien m ide his regular cull at Win. Harnctti: .Sunday Aim. Wm. .Shannon ami Mr. Joiin Crrleson pen' t-unday afternoon wjih Mm. John I'amron. MIhucn Jewel KamrOn, .M.iri"iia ind 'jinn Shannon and Messrs. Orn Tuuiiip Hon, Bob Carter and '!!.- ' I'ur nut to were horseback riding Sunday afternoon. Mtss (;!.') Haws of Inus-i spi-nt the week-end Willi limn,- Cotiv'tatiilatlons to Jltilt'rt Uu 1 1 :::i : and l.rti!.-. Win. .Shanno-i .u.'l il.tui;'.).' . .('" husni'-. vl.-ltoi in l."ii..-.i M - '.-i- Mr. and Mi. I.y I'r, ... i Mi unit Mr. I: -..! riln.v , Mif liuliia Hllio-S wnn. : ..' . , 'lliKH.liK Ui !' 'Vi.' d .....i... ' 6ikliy I.. Il..ib.-i:!n w.'i.- h.i i ' ' ' - ; ; of All'" 1 low j-.ii.ri Mm I.- y . i l-':,n:,i'i uli' i vt i !.ii .'iMi.: . .. n an.V iiiuI;iiK h.i . ' K.iin U. Hi-afi. rlln um inl -l SiiihIi,. ....! s,t I II Itl.lui .mihI i ; ULYSSKS .Kllmi IiuviH, wlio lia In i ll li Willi typhoid ri'M-r i iiiipiovuik. Mi okto l.vl. nlio .m a:iciiduiK . arhnol t I'alniHv.lllo m vikjUmk Iiiuih' folk. 1na t'.tnmji and Ijlllta I'.n.ld r.llli'il on M!i Muy lliown of ll.'iiro Ua .uu diiy. ii(m i.frl. MilU.r nf Aithlaml raiio- Ui 'Saturday to pi-inl a Ivw day una lionin folk. .MtKHi' I'KI alio m iL- rxi. i- thilr Kur-Ht Sunday niKlit Mm l.il'a and urnili I'avl. Itusmll and l.tmrd fhandli-r of lAjWrnuimvllli- inikhi'iI down our .:k Sunda , Mri. Illmdu fl' orun and i hllilr.-n and Mr. Jamwt Mornwm . p-iit tlw day riunday with Mr Ly lavlt.. Miwii'ii' Mail and Ji-nnlu W.'lili at tend'M cliuiih at the fnik ot tlu- cri-rk Sunday. rU'd Mootii of Chaili-y moior.d u tu-re Sunday. V Mlt C'urinl.' and Kllaui pavl all d on their urandparriit. Mr. and Mri. N. A. tieoiu Monday uln rmniii. Mi Helu llrown w the ku.m of CfHtrnta and Alta Mill, r Sunday. Mli tBlo and Orie Kaiee had a their iiueata Sunday, Kl!a and Carinle , Iavl, Mr. Kuaaell and Ui nard Clinnd lur. All reported a nli o time. Omar tieoiKC and Ml OIII Duvl. . who ur attending 'hool al lmli-a ar Mipovti'd home Saturday. fungralulaUon to John It. Itrown and hriile. She wa Mi Nellie ('handler- hefore marrlaite. -Milton M Klnlir of Adam called nt thl place receiitly. ; Tohle ('handler of (ieorkea creek called at Uiwer l.'lye Sunday. I Cha. Muaic of Van I-ar pawned j down our crei'k Wednesday enroule tO IllllfOL. j Milt Hum of Loula wa a liusl- ri culler nt thl iducu recently and took dinner with Jame l-'lteh. A heaullful wedding occurred at thla place lut week when Munln l-'ra-, ley becanio tho lirlde of Krna llurton. ' Mr. and Mr. Henry Chandler of Lwmnnavi!le called on Mra. ("hand- ; ler'a parent, Mr. und Mr. X. A. ' (;.-o:ge Sunday. i -.-C.-'U-MHI'T of iiula wa a lmi- : iwh caller at thl place lat week. : OSip Kaaee wa the Biiet of Mrs.' lllllie ("aile Momlay afternoon. j Like llrown of rrctonhui'K wa al j Mrs. l.lr-Jil" Kazee Monday rcpniilnkj her piano. J Al... V.' ' A llUi.r,.ii tr Will li'.ixe Friday for Majctlc. She will Join Mr.; C.eorKH tlmro und reiualn some lime, j Ml!' OKlo and ulc Knsev lire Ru- ; Ltd to Uiula Saturday. Mm. llllllo TiiNlle Called on her; brother,-' .Alton PuvIh, who I Very nick. . j (ierlrudo Chapman wa the (jueat. of j Mary Austin laat week. Mary IHivIii was tho guet of Maude j Campion Sunday. Nell l'reon of (leoriie creek mo tored up our creek Saturday. Next riunday will t.ii our regular ..hn,.,.l. Htt.n n( Wnlnut MriiVi'. Let u hear from Cordell nnd other :"int oon. 2 ULOND1KS. LEDOCIO AND NORIS There will , be church at Spencer chapel Saturday niKht, Sunday and Sunday night Dy Kev. Mart nay. The death onttel visited tho home, or Mr. IJohert Judd lust Friday hIkIU and , took hi lovlnic wife, Sho leaves u husband and two llltln babes nnd molh it to mourn their loss. Hyfd and Hill Thompson spent Sat urdiry night with their cousins, Shir ley and Opal Miller. Jim. Ella -Martin nnd Dorothy Vnn hoose spent Thursday with Mrs. .Mil ' llssn Klse. Hyrd Thoiiipsou took dinner .with Mrs. Amos Thompson Sunday; Miss (iluncle Klso was vlsltlii(f her cousin, 'Dorothy' Vanhoose, Saturday night, '.-, . ' Miss Martha Vanhooso apent Sun day with her-Bister, Helva Thoinpsnn. llerliHit Wellmun has returned home from Helller. Roosevelt- Franco and Jim Thomp son passed down our creek Sunday. Con Moore and Joe Rose passed down our creek Sunday. : Mrs. Mllllo Fralcy, who has been on the sick list Is some better. Uneven hangs Hems lis .-.yi .r ,T v . ... tr9 "n br."" -Lr !-' ;- v.1-. 5 1917 3 ; -' t&w?.:vLrw 'rj'- Delco'Light Price Reductions Now in Effect YOU can now buy the most popular electric plant ever built, Delco-Light Model 866, for $1 7 less than JL Y3 The uneven hem lint k-ilurcs this new Poirct coat, ll it buiklid on the lie! Irom ll" l.ak ;,ti.l OLIOVILLE I ui'.i h fi'l v ,is : I.- .1 ur hi. K I 1 M r. M ( s I'Y. t Tlitnrtj.-Hli vih C il t !. I.i 1 1- r i - t nls n r Sn;;'l.i.- J.inii'S I 'r M'li. 1 1 il jiimI (l.tiiKtit'T. i'.' J MiMIi!' VStl-'iu.il Nt.ini:in I'.I.D.l ,i : il mo: in I'll to lni MirdftV. l.tjih Jitrtl tn w,tt i iilliiit; mi fjliiai. .l;if'k I'yiiH of. IImM' U. W. V'ii., rt.i.-. ,-u!iihK on liill Went Mlnl.ty. Mul IdiiUiHid as ;i r.ilhr at M. .lorlan Sat ui ilay. n ui"" 1 1 iitilii,on, w ho lias In-rn t -ifiKiiiiK lilK M hool at huit:a " itii" In in' 'i'hiu siii , Violf! H'f is vusitli- homo fitlks. AlJiinU W Kb wa,s tin- w.-ck-t-M'l HU'-nI of Ui-uliih fordh-. .Mr. I'Yuiik Tln-inpH"ii wa :iHimk Alht'Ita, It llth HIlO JUaiH'llv Jim ilaii on Mrs .l.tiiirn I't)i')iarl Tiusilnv. Wi-ri' rallinK at J. II. FraHhlcrM Sun- l.i y, .iariit-H frit hanl aiul da ukJi tn n, 11-u-iaii aiol La! ha it, Mimno W'tMi uml N a. hi an 1 :i .linn id jh il iSutnlay In Hunt Hi l"ti. 1 .i.ic uiiiiliiKharn a ih) f tnuly nto . .1 to Ito il Sunilay. two' h'.-;j;s. i 111!? DEPENDABLE two years ago Similar reductions have been made in other styles and sizes ef Delco-Light At these low 1917 prices, you can now install Delco-Light for bss than at any time within' the pas t ft e years. And you can buy it on easy payments if desired. See the local Delco-Light dealer for the new price and terms on the Delco Light plant best fitted to your needs. Made and Quarantced By DELCO-LIGHT COMPANY, Dayton, Ohio Subsidiary of Qeneral Motors Corporation Henry Porter, Dealer ALLEN, KENTUCKY OBITUARY ; PLEASANT RIDGE I SKAGGS j tn th' K.th lay of o.tolM-r. 1922. th iH-ath uhk'1 vjnit-! the home of Jamn ami Iuira Uraillcy aiul tok fi-nfii thut home their Mtar loving tliniKhli-r Kohu. yiu waH born Jan uary IH, 1 sf, Sho won- a niil fir vt-iyon Hht iiit-L Tliolr hum.- is a;l a ml ili cary wit houi ilu km rot volet of Itusa to hrar, lut who woiiM li'-r lark. Suroly not on of us Mould wIkIi to call hot hack to tin dark rol I world dnr wo know sho ih at rt'M, . fnto from all her minVrinp. Not arniikr KtranKfiT hut safi with tho I'lfNMrd t'hri.st. Shr wan convortt-d n Htiort tirno hoforo nho tllod and oh ho happy mum nho. Tho d'iir Saviour rail ed hoi from hor oiirthly homo to livo for irvor with him. Wo would urge t'no father, mother, hrotlUT.i am! sisters not to think of ICona as dead hut think of lo r i wuitinK fr you at tho pturly tales of I'nradlso to o!anp jflad hands t rTlo r, rlovi-r to say trw"!-hyo. Sho -.tvi'S lo mourn her loss throe nisterH and f i X brothers and it hont of rel atives antl friends. Sho vum laid to rvft In tho family ''burial ground tlo her lit i Histor, Stella, who had Koiie oil loliT beofre. NK WHO I.OVKD H Kit. OSIE .Mr. nnd Mrs. M. V. Hi-rry nnd Mr. .mil .Mm. H. W. Julie lc-rt Monday fur a visit to Ashland I'liiinie Job1, who has liMn vory 111 ill Homo ln-tii-r. . Mrs. IVnrl .loho nnd Ivory .lolio win-e tho rui'Ms of lllrdlo Ailiinis Monday vvi-nlnK. C... A. Sti-i'lo nnd T. X. Nnwsuino wiMe cnllhiK on mcrrhnulH Ihto TufH .lay. John John him returned home from Kermlt, V. a. Wo were miriniKed to hear of Hie wcililiiiK of I-:IIkIih Johe nnd Mis.i M.-x-lo Shannon. We wlnh them much Joy. Hazel Johe 8ient Sunday with the Missed Hurton. llattlo I'rlnce w the RiieHt of nnnie folka nmuiilay nlKlit- . SMILKS. WELL AND STRONG THIN, pale, impoverished blood nmkta children .frail, backward and delicate. Glide's l'epto-ManKan creates a . bountiful supply of pure, red blood, restores bodily strength, brings back color to thC'chct'ks and builds firm, well-rounded tlt-ah. For over 30 years Gudc's lYpto ManRan has been recommended by leadiiiK physicians as a tonic and blood enricher. Your druggist has il liquid or tablets, as you prefer. pepto-angan Tonic and Blood Enricher Th.' nifetlnjf here Sunday was 'arge ly iitleiidt-d. j Tuk Huberts Ls vlslllng his daugh-iii-r. Mrs. Hose Havia. ot Stlltnvr, W. j Va. Mr. and Mra. Shornian Fannin and j liitlo son of OJn, Ky., wore tho suortts i 'of her sister. .Vrs. U. A. Haws, the j latter part of tho week. Mrs. Orant Hoborts of Smoky Val j ley atTondod ohurrh here Sunday and w-as tho dinner guest of hor brother. jO. A. Hawa. Misws Oortrude and Audrey Kletoh j r wore tho guests of Al and Miss (i. 1 lufehison Sunday. ' Junior Burnett of Martha was the Kiiest of homo folks tho week-end. Mrs. Oeorgla Koborts visited homo folks Tuesday.: Miss Otadys Hontloy was shopping at Jtusweyvillo. Friday. dim Adams and son spent Sunday with relatives on Sand Ilrunch. Mist Oladys Haws of Louisa spent Saturday night and Sunday with homo folks. Misses Samantha Nelson nnd Inez Wellmun spent Wednesday and Thurs day with Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson of Io"uisa, ltou'.e 2. I..ulher Johe of Osio spent Saturday nlMrnt with Milt r.urehPtt and fiimily. Hllbort and ClifTord I'Jarkson wore ;he miosis "f Vant Wellinan Sunday. Martin Adams spent Wednesday and Thursday with relatives on Daniels oreik. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Nolon of llus syvlllQ spent Sunday with . F. No lon and family. leituio Largo of Oslo passod thru het-o Monday. . John and Vant Wellinan wore bus iness visitors at Mattie Wednesday.. "Mra. Jim Adams and children spent Sunday afternoon with Win. lirrry ami family. Oan WellmtiH spent Sunday night with his sister, Mrs. M. Nelson. Mrs. Vint Nolen and. little son, Paul Ku,geiu of New Boston, , Ohio, were vi-slting tho family of J. F. Nolen for the past week. Millard Jtorry of Yatosville was the guest of his uncle, Wm. Horry nnd family SutuiMay. Mrs. John Wellmnn and children spent Sunday with hej parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Meek of Ilussey villo. AUTUMN LKAVKS. : IIUDNALL, W. VA. The femperanee ontertalninent giv en by the Sundny sehool Sunday night ws iiulto ft success and all report a nire time. . Mrs. I'earl Dewees nnd Nonin Cur nulto were culling on Mrs. Wm. He wees Saturday. M. II. Cumette. and family spent Sunday evening with Ills parents. Ieonii Jones spent Saturday night with ' her grandparents, Mrs. U. V. Ciirnrttc. Tho Ladles Aid llnlshed a quilt to sell, tho proceeds of which 'will- go to the church, fund. . Sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Jesso Adklns. Noma Curnuette was,, calling on Sarah Alexander Friday. 1'KT. Weather fine and most everybody busy. One of the Cumberland Petroleum Oil Comiwiny's pumpers had the mis fortune of losing his right hand. He was cleaning the engine and its bear ings without removing his glove and the glove caught in the cogs, taking his hand also, llta hand was so bad ly mangled that it was necessary for It lo be amputated. Dr. Con Rice nnd Pr. C'hilt Osborn, doing the work. .lames II. Motbronk and wife have relumed from a visit out west. They went to ralntsvllte. Sept. 9. took sup per with Dr. Jus. Cecil Sparks and family, then Clyde, the doctor's son. took them In their car to the depot. They went from there to Whitehouse. spent that night with Jns. A. Harris and shared the hospitality of Dr. Da vid Osborn and wife Sunday for din ner. Monday they went to. Ashland, visited llrlg H. Harris and family. Sept. 12 they took the train at Ash land, arrived In Chicago that night. Kyvrybody seemed in a great hurry. As soon as they could be transferred to anoTiier ear they staried for Den ver. Col.. from there via Colorado Springs. Pueblo nnd the ltoyal Gorge, which . "forded the most beautiful scenery. Then they reached Price, I'tah, by Stage, 130 miles through the Kocky mountains via Duchane, My ton. Fort Duchnne and Hoosevelt, to Vernal, Utah. There they visited Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Nieells, Mrs. Hol brook's sister whom she had hot seen for 31 years. They had a very pleas ant stay there of two weeks. From there they went to Salt Lake City and stayed for tho big Mormon conference which convened October 6 and lasted three days. People Were there from every nation, fourteen thousand as sembled each day In the tabernacle, besides from two to three overflow meetings on the outside, In other build ings In the temple block. More than 2b thousand were In attendance. The principal speakers were Heber J. (rant. Reed Smoot, David O. McKay, B. II. Roberts. Talmage Bishop Wib bley, Joseph R Smith, Jr., and, oth ers. On the 9th of October they left Salt I.iko City and went to Los Angeles, Cat., and on to Long Beach to the coast then back through Southern California and through Southern Arl 7.ona to Bowie. They also went to SalTord, Thatcher, Central and Klon dyko Arizona, visiting Millard Kyffe and family, Jacob McOulrc and fam ily, Jacob Weathersby nnd family, Jay Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Free stone, Mr. nnd Mrs. Royal Freestone, Lewis M. Ferguson and family nml many others and found them all liv ing in homes of plenty. Then they went through southern Xew Mexico, Texas Arkansaw and Missouri, with j stop-overs In El Paso, Fort Worth, ' Dallas and St. Louis. Spent a night ! with Mrs. Floria Dorton In Huntng ' Ion, W, Va, She is doing a fine bus i iness there In a general store of her ! own. I From there they came to Webbville, i Ky., and rode horseback home. They I were gone six weeks and enjoyed the best of health and they are delighted with the royal reception they receiv ed among their friends and relatives out in the far west and also those In Kentucky and West Virginia. Mrs. Bello Ferguson has returned home from a visit to Salt Lake City, where she attended conference. Dr. Sanford Wright and wife and Wayne Wright and wife are spend ing the winter in Arizona. Also, Mrs. Sarah Hamilton and daughter, Prutla, of Red Hush, Ky. They all seem to be gaining in health nnd it is to be hoped ( they will soon be enjoying the best of ; health. I The oil business In this community i Is moving along nicely. They are drlll- lug on the following farms. Two rigs ; on Parish and Menifee Spark's farm, lone on Dick Skaggs, two on E. II. I Skaggs. one on Andy Skaggs, one on ! Lewis Skaggs, nnd one on James II. ; Holbronk and the drilling is going i nicely now as It has rained and no ' hoi her about water. I We were sorry to learn of the death of one of our contractors, E. A. Gar I rison. He leaves a wife and three j small children. Mr. Garrison was s I good neighbor, a kind parent and I loving husband. We extent our sln- cere sympathy to his bereaved fam ! ny. B. B. - IIELLIER i Church was largely attended at this -place Sunday night, j Mr. and Mrs. Charley Chllders were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mra. . Pleney Mullens. I Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Spreggs were calling on his parents Sunday, Mr. ! and Mrs. Geo. Spreggs. Mr. and Mrs. John Childres andC; children were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Wll Meeks Sunday. I V. L. Mcl'eak, Neal Sanders and Miles Owens made a trip to East Elk I horn Sunday. ! Elijah Rose left Monday for tha -plashdam where he will be employ ed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Castle and lit Tin son returned home Monday after paying relatives a vLslt at Mossy Bot tom. SOMEBODY'S SWEETHEART. Mrs. Ella Stanley Lane has been appointed postmaster at the new fourth-class office at Justell, Floyd ' county. I "THERE'S A REASON' Quality Service DRY CLEANING DYEING ALTERING rua m wm m 814 SIXTH AVENUE HUNTINGTON, W. VA. A close shave f MENTHOLATUM . comforts and heals. PARCEL POST WE PAY RETURN CHARGES MOST MODERN AND SANITARY DRY CLEANING PLANT IN STATE