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Wealth That Works
Money saved and deposited in a banK ts wealth that worKs. Wealth that worKs is capital. Uni the brain and muscle, it does not wear out or deteriorate. It grows and improves. The only gain from labor Is what is saved. Labor, there fore. maKes wealth and when wealth worKs it is capital. Capital at worK pays wages, which, when saved, creates more capital. Labor is the producer when labor saves. Sa^ ngs bring independence. A savings bai . is a public servant. One dollar Starts an Account l T! a Peoples Bank of Grantsville G. *. SP TH, Pre*. W. H. AYERS, Vice-Pres. B. G. STUMP, Cashier. ■'HU—1 .. The Ct )oun Chronicle 1. i. 1 U'J'J J. _ . X.JJL Thur»< y, Nov. 23, 1922 LOCAL HAPPENINGS New line t" Indies’ fall hats just received. T Cash Store. W. A. Mn :iey and small son Bill, of Joker, v e pleasant visitors In Orantsville urday. W. T. Vu. >rn, an excellent citizen of Dodrlll, s a pleasant visitor in Orantsville ( night last week. Mr. and AJ It. I*. 'Wilson, an estima ble couple c tig Springs, were shop ping hero Tl sda.v. M. E. Off a substantial farmer oi Sand Ridge as here on a business mission Sati ;y. Mr. and A Oeorge McEndree, fine people of P ■ Creek, were shopping visitors hen !aturday. Buy your oes of The Cash Store, largest and I. t line in the city, come in and look t tn over. The Cash Store. J. R. Wai and sawmill was attendir Saturday. R. O. Hast from South < •of A. Gunn > ed by Harry Roy Stun Arnoldsburg last week 1< ters and gre Buy the <■ better rubbt line, all new Store. the industrious farmer in of near White Pine, to business affairs here s and family are moving mtsville to the residence Main alley, lntely vacat Smith and family. an excellent citizen of vas here a day or two ing after business mat ig friends. reliable Snag I»roof, no made. We have a full o holdovers. The Cash A. J. Ba stockman oi Tuesday aft Hur preelm looking afte prominent farmer and arnes Run, drove here »on, after voting at the ind spent a few hours usiness matters. Deputy-si i to Salem 8a iwltli him ( Twlio was coi tmbtl Home I • f William Deems went lay and Sunday, taking Wilcox, a young girl tted to the Girls' Indus fudge Jackson. For Sale South Ora School and f Priced to s< Orantsville, lioiee building lot in llle. Opposite High v feet from State Road. See W. II. Hickman. Va. lO-JMVtf J. G. Hid Mt. Zion, w Chronicle o’ just returne tains of We •ties. an excellent citizen of i pleasant caller at. the •• Wednesday. He has i*oin a trip to the monn er and I’ocahotas eoun We will ■ml transiei known ns tl ronage of tb 11-22 •ntinue to keep hoarders guests at the old stand Fogle Hotel. The pat ublic Is solicited. MRS. 0. E. OrFUTT, Grnrdaville, W Va. Men and hour selling • nteed wen hosiery free commission agents C< heather mi> hosiery sen* aarjr. Eng Pa ■ men average $1.00 per >siery, four pairs guar four months or new We pay 30 per cent Free samples to workln< lete line of wool and es. This is the big Experience nnneees loslery Works. Darby 10-T? io« 01. loci I/onii of Elliott for the Farm •meeting several fam em and ww tlngton, on the meeting the system a loans and It dent and se< Bnnk of Rai of the Enrol I>. C. Much the meeting local weth. abstract attorney branch of the National ssoeJntlon, attended n representatives of th« an HHoeintions in south n West Virginia at Hun eml»er 2. The object ol is to more fully explair methods of making farrr s attended by the preai ary of the Federal Lane tore and a representative an Board of Wnshlngtor ferest was manifested ir d attendance on the par -atkaia waa pxxL T— I)o yoflr fall shopping ut the Cush Store and save money. Mrs. Allle Hnrdmna. of Mt. Zion, was | shopping here Monday. ('. L. Fox. a substantial farmer of Loading Creek, was transacting busi ness at the Court House Saturday. Charley Witte, a prosperous farmer of Oka. was here Monday looking after business interests. A.It. Holbert, merchant and farmer of Ayers, was a business visitor in town Monday. Francis Kelley, a first-class citizen of White Pine, was transacting business in Grnntsvillo Tuesday. Louis \ annoy, a first class citizen ol 1 >odrill, was here Saturday looking nf j ter business matters. Mrs. Harry It. Smith and children departed the latter part of Inst week for Akron where they will join Mr. Smith and make their future home. POPLAR LOGS WANTED. Also White ()ak and Walnut Logs, veneer grade. Write Conroy-Buchanan Lbr. Co., Jamestown, N. Y. 1123-41 Mrs. Asa It. Harris lins returned from Parkersburg where she recently un derwent a major operation. She lms about fully recovered, a fact her many friends will be glad to learn. When in Grantsrllle. visit our new store iu the Masonic Building, every thing up-to-date and prices in rench of all. We will be glnd to have you come in and see our goods. The Cash .Store Leon Stump, n bright young man ot Rocksdale, was a visitor in Grantsville ] Saturday. He came here to accompany his father. A1 Stump, of the High School construction force, home P © K SAL E Gasolene boat "Brooksville,” 10 II. P. engine. Fully equipped with barges, light plant, chains, eta All in good condition See Silns Pettit, Bigbend, W. Va 10-10-» f Elias Poole, a well-known citizen of near Henrietta, died at his home Sun day. He had been in ill benlth for ^oiiie time and his death was not on tirely unexpected, hut nevertheless a distinct shock to ills family and friends An interesting communication from Norman Ridge goes into the waste basket this week, because the writei did not sign ids name. AH communi cation must l*e accompanied by tin author’s renl name. Ladloa* Hats, Skirts, Dresses, Coats and Suits in nil the latest styles, j Gome and look them ovor Prices low i or than elsewhere. See them. The Cash | Store. A deal was recently closed by which tiie tiles Oarage takes over the agency for Ford onrs, trucks and tractors in this county. The agency will be hand led direct from the factory and an up to-date parts service will be maintained for customers. W. R. Busch, prominent citizen ot Parkersburg, was a visitor in Grants ville one day last week. He was former ly a resident of Hartley and had been visiting relatives and friends in that section for several days. Work has been started on the sus pension bridge that will connect the T It. Stump addition with main Grants ville The bridge will be built at the foot of the alley near the residence of Roy Stump. it is expected (hat the ; development of the new addition will Is* rapid ui>oii the completion of the bridge. Witch Klk Shoes, low. medium and high tojm at The C*sh Htore. We also have a few pairs of men’s light rubber U(Ots to close out at $2.f*0 a pair. Worth dottlde the amount asked Let ■ us save you some money on your f:.d i and winter goods. Our several de i pnrtments are complete. All goods ns : represented or money refunded The Cash tttoML SPENCER CONTRACTORS BlILD ARNOLDSBCRG ROAD Tht* contract for grading and draiu* ing the 11 miles of State Road Itctween this place and Arnohlshurg was let by the State Road Commission last week to Hurdman & McGown. of Spencer, at the price of $169,580. Messrs. Hardman & McCown have al ready started to moving in supplies, feed, cement, tools, etc., and actual con struction work will lx* commenced at once. One or two steam shovels will !*«■ pluced on the job. as the contractors ore anxious to finish the job as quick ly as possible. other contracts awarded at the same time by the Commission of local inter est are: Olenville-Xormantown road. Gilmer county. 10 miles grading and draining. Keeley Construction Co., Clarksburg $225,568. Eliznbeth-Spenecr rond. 12 miles grading and draining. Palestine to Roane county line. Ebersbach Construc tion Co.. Pomeroy, O. BKOOKSVILI.K NEWS A revival meeting conducted by Rev. .1. M. Snyder is going on at the Big Head church. Mr. and Mrs. Brady M. Sheets and daughter. Miss Mildren, of Tanner, were calling on friends here Sunday. Mrs. Emery Rogers has been quite ill for the past week, but is much better Mr. and Mrs. Hay Morford and Miss IViirl McCormick, of Grantsville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bower. l'-bby Blacksliire. of Stumptown, has lioen visiting relatives liere for a few days. B. T. Maze, who underwent an oper ation in the City Hospital at Parkers burg. is getting along fine and is ex poo ted home soon Mr. and Mrs. IV. O. T’msfead have Ix’on on the sick list for a few days. Paul Bower and Ira Bell motored to Parkersburg Friday and back Saturday. Misses Thelma Bower and Mildred Knight were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bower Sunday. t arl Parsons, who has been employed at the pump station for some time, left for Mexico on account of ill health. Everybody regrets very much to hear of his serious condition as he is such a splendid boy and is liked by all. His many friends hope for a sj>eedv recov ery. Mr. and Mrs. L, E. Marshall, of Henrietta, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Knight. -Mrs. Arlan O. Burns and little son. William Bower, of Grantsville, were visiting relatives here a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lott are the proud parents of a fine big girl. Mrs. Dennis Cronin and Mrs. Leon ard Cain were shopping In Grantsville Saturday. WALNUT SC HOOL NEWS The second month of school closed with a record attendance of 98 per cent. A largo number were neither tardy nor absent for the second month. Work is progressing very nicely and we desire the cooperation of all the pnrents. Mildred Farrar has been appointed librarian for the third month. We were honored and well pleased by the visit of our county superintend ent. Mr. Cain, and Rev. Dick, of Grants ville. Miss Ruth Farrar, our teacher, gave a Halloween party for her pupils Inst Tuesday night at her home. Every body present was dressed in unique costumes and the rooms were decorated with cats and witches cut from black paper. .Jack O'Lanterns were hung in each window and out on the lawn. Many jokes were played on those not acquainted with £lie games played. Can fly was made and fortunes were told in various ways. After refreshments were served the guests bid their charm ing hostess goodnight and went to their respective homes with jubilunt henrts. Those present were: Misses Minnie ami Ethel Hardway. Thelma, Noma and Leah Arnold, Nelsa, Husie and Mil- ! final Farrar, I)onn and Geraldine Hel mick, Eva Chenoweth, and Trcssle and I Itnie Fulks. Messrs. Doyle Arnold. Sanimie Farrar, Charles Chenoweth! •Jennings Helmick, Lynn Arnold, John and Colonel Chenoweth, Rossle Criss and Willie Uourne. The school hiked up to the Rraxton school, Thursday afternoon, and com poted with them in a game of base hall. I'hc Rraxton team consisted of 0 boys and 3 girls, and I boys and 5 girls made up the Walnut team. Several patrons and “outsiders" were there to witness the contest which proved to very Inter esting. Cecil Knotts, of the Walnut team made a star play. He caught the hall tagged the runner and threw it to second base. When the scores were totaled they stood 11 to 15 in favor of Walnut. C ARD OF THANKS lo Dio \ 'iters of Calhoun County: I desire to take this opportunity to express to you m.v gratitude and thanks f<»r the honor and privilege which you have conferred upon me by my election to the House of Delegate*, and to assure you that I will always endeavor to re gard my office as a public trust and that I will represent the people from all sections of the county to the very best of my ability. Respect f fully, REE IIOI’KINH. Old Her Little Beat. "Dorothy, dear. I hope when ys« took bark the picture hook that yoo thanked Mrs Nayhor for lending It to you.” There was nobody home, mamma hut the door was open so 1 went In and put the picture book on the cabin and said Thank you,' an 1 aanaod » may."—Boston Transcript THROWING OF JAR CAUSES ARREST MOON8HINE EVIDENCE STRIKES •TATE TROOPER ON HEAD. Investigation Involves Local and Pr> hibitlon Officers In Case. Hinton, W. Va.—The shattering of a moonshine container, otherwise known as a gem jar, causes a lot of nolBe and sometimes trouble. Ida Reynolds dr'*_ied one of her "crocks" to the last dregs and hurled It carelessly out of the window. That started something. Sergt. Cleet W. Smith, of the West Virginia State Police, known as a fear less and resourceful officer, was one of a party of raiders touring Ida’s neighborhood. The gem Jar became his crown. He didn't hesitate a mo ment but rushed into the Reynold’s domain, only to be oonfronted by a badly frightened womati wagging a police automatic plstoL "Where did you get that gun?” de manded the officer. -'hat gun belongs to Policeman John E. Maddy and he left it here to protect me from such as you” the wo man Is alleged to have shrieked. “Get out or I’ll call Policeman MaSldy.” Officer Is Arrested. Smith called the policeman himself, In fact he brought him out. H. R. Ratcliff, deputy commissioner of prohibition, and C. H. Alwood and George A. Byrne, deputy United States marshals, who were with Sergt. 8mlth, Joined in the arrest. Investiga tion brought out the allegation that1 O. W. Smith, a state prohibitiou offi cer, wag "standing in” with Policeman ' Maddy, on the alleged protection deal. Both were arrested. Maddy and O. W. Smith were taken before United States Commissioner E. C. Eagle and held to the federal grand jury. Commissioner Eagle Is also prose cuting attorney of Summers county, tnd In that capacity recommended that the commissions as dry sleuths of the two accused be withdrawn. Commis sioner W. G. Brown, state prohibition commissioner acted immediately in the matter, and neither is now a gov ernment employee. miHfijiiimiiiiiniiiHniiminiininimmi To Screen the Phone Little conveniences that adorn the house carry messages of good will at Christmas time. A phone screen cov ered with plain and figured cretonne, and providing a place for records of telephone numbers and calls will be welcome to men and women alike. HARTLEY 4 FREED Ouy Freed had a aale at his residence 0,1 Leading Creek November 11th. He and ills family will move to near Par kersburg where they will reside. Mrs. 1’liebe Pepper and daughter, Mrs. Archie Brohard, anil children came in from Train, W. Va.. last Saturday. They will reside at their old homestead on Five Mile this winter. David Mathess has been on the sick list for several duys but Is better at this time. Mrs. Mary J. Kelley and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dawson and family are moving from Parkersburg back to their farms on Five Mile. Mrs. Blanche Busch and little son, Roscoe, who have been visiting at Par kersburg and Huntington, returned to their home at Freed Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wilson will move to the Mathess farm at the bead of Five Mile this week. Knell Mathess. who has l>een employ ed in the coal mines in Pennsylvania, returned home one day last week. Mrs. James Goodnight and daughter, Golda, visited the former’s brother on Straight Creek Monday. Denver Wilson is very ill at his fath er-in-law’s, Otis Mills, near Industry, i The RIchtor Oil Company has com- 1 pleted the rig for the S. B. Snider No. 2 on Three Mile. The Hope Natural Gas Company has location No. 1 on the old Metz farm on Three Mile. Bruce Jett has purchased a new Ford touring ear. Col Rader, of Brooksvllle, was in this vicinity Monday. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will lie received bv the State Road Commission of Wo?t Virginia, at its offices in Charleston, West Virginia, until ten o'clock A. M. on the 14th day of November. 1022. and said proposals will be opened and read Immediately thereafter a* the Kanawha Connty Court House, Charleston. W. Va., for the conatruo —appearing exclusively in— The Charleston Gazette C HARLESTON, W. YA. ‘ THE TRUTH ABOUT HENRY FORD” Read tin* true lift* of the outstanding giant of American industry as written l>y Dr. Ii. s. Marquis. Ford's pastor. Intimate Friend aud Bus iness Associate. A fascinating novel, appearing in Installments. “WHAT CLEMENCEAU TELLS AMERICA” Georges Cleinei ivau. “Tiger of France, war premier, is in America, lie is interpreting the views of France on international problems. The eyes of the world are upon him. What will he say V It appears dally. THEY START THIS WEEK! Subscribe Today! II Months, $1.80—(5 Month', $3.60—1 Year. $7.20 Sent by Mail to Any Address. Enclose Subscription Price. MHMiiiumiiniuimini mnummii nui|if Among Home-MadeT oys Among the things that delight little folks are dolls and small animals made of eiderdown flannel or Turkish toweling, and painted with water color paints. The doll and dressed-up kittle pictured here, arc among them. The do!!’* face may he made of a piece of ribbed stocking and the kittio’s face ind clothes are painted on. tion of the following see d on of State Rond: 1’reject 8087-A—Calhoun County— 11.0 Miles of the G rant svi lie-A molds burg Rond, for grading and draining Proposal8 will be received only upon State Standard forms in neeordnnee with plana, specification* and esti mates of quantities therefor, which standard forma, plans, specifications and estimates may he obtained from the office of the Division Engineer at Parkersburg, \V. Va. or from the office of the Slate Road Commission nt Charleston, W. Va. Each proposal must he accompanied by j certified check f<•• The right •' r**N«>rved ie »• i-.' anv mid all proposal*. Tin: STATE It I »A 1 > * . SION UF W. VA. E. U. OAKstRADON, Secretary. WttOOOtKK: UOCH^OOCKHWODOOOOOO OCKKH CALHOUN COUNTY NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Hoard of Directors: E. E. Llojrd, J. W. Chenoweth, J. W. Smith, W. H. , Vincent und Scldon Wayne. I-oan Committee: W. T. Mom, Perry Meadows and C. K. Chenoweth. For further information, write J. F liner Hall, Socy-Treas., Walnut, W. Ya., or Elliott Chenoweth, Abstract Attorney. Ormntsville. NOTICE 1 desire to notify tin* public generally that I will not la* responsible for any debts made by my son. John N. Vincent, as he bus left home. He will be of ape (Yt. S. 1P27. This November 4, 11122. W. II. VINCENT, ll-!> 4t Ohole, W. Va. Our Optioal Department la complete in every deteM for tho Examination of Syas by Ho gist fired Optonialrial. Fitting: All Styles Specter aim cad Eye GUsaw and Grinding ef Lencec This enables ns to deHvar Gianeee in ft low boom. We dnplicate Broken Leca. ** sent ua by raid] and rthtra «une day ns aaielred. S«ad your bi &en 1mm m <H»py of preaorij iTktm, J. Wethai -d St Son Jeweler*- >-£&8Uun PARKERSBl W. VA. Official Election Returns Nov. 7, 1922 y y x 6 y s H O y H s Ifl mi 2 ■ W a -3 s a & s 2 REV. SMITH DYE WRITES The many friends here of Rev. J. 8mith Dye, former pastor of the local Baptist church, vvill be glad to read the following letter from hint written from Point Pleasant, where he has charge of the leading Baptist church : Editor Chronicle: It Ls Impossible to find time to write to all my friends in Calhoun county a personal letter, and we are asking you to publish a few lines to them In your paper. We are now closing the first month our work in Point Pleasant and it has l*een a pleasant, although busy one. We like our work here and have found niany friends, some of them former res* dents of Calhoun county. They have opened their hearts to us and eagerly asked for news of home folks. We have not forgotten our good friends in Calhoun and often think of them. When the Chronicle comes we follow the news items with much inter est. We would like to be with you in dedication services of the new Temple. It is impossible, but iu spirit we are with you. We are all enjoying our usual health und sincerely hope you and yours are ■>'ell. When In Point Pleasant drop in and see us and remember us to all. Very truly yours, J. SMITH dye.