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Gedar Run and Dock’s Greek.
I it.e weather for bulking corn now. Several of our farmers have let big .lick Frost gel their cane io this neighborhood. Uncle John Walkey's health it. improving. James Perdue and brother Octave are husking corn. Prayer meeting is progressing nicely at Dock’s creek. Harry Dishman made a flying trip to Uatlettsburg last week. Mr. ami Mrs. Bennie Hutchison will move to Keho in the near lullin', j •Mr. atm .Mrs. Saunders fc-ves are talking of moving to Central City. Mrs. Rosie Hutchison's health is very poor. Mr. and Mr.**. Jethro Hutchison visited Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hut chison Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinohmau and mother visited Thomas Sharp and f amily Sunday, Oct. 20lh. Miss Minnie Swanson is teaching the Hock's ( reek school. Mrs. Henry Sharp and Mrs. Ida Herdue visited Mrs. Charley Keyset; last week. Miss Sa lie May Sharp was call ing on her friend Miss Nora Swam sum, Monday. Fisher i’lymale and Bert Skean attended player meeting Sunday night. 'Thomas Shars is hauling stone for the Bridge at Bnlfalo Creek. W. II. Hutchison made a Hying trip to Huntington this week. Sylvester Hutchison, who has been working at Charleston, has returned home. i vvayne rerdue, ol .>hoals, ih building a store ai liutTalo Creek. Uwar Darling has bought a tine beef cow from fhomis >harp. I*. .1. Hutchison sold a tine load of locust posts to Mr. Alley, the oper ator at Oeredo. If this escapes the waste basket I will call again. 1IIk Litti.k l’lUN< KSS. Oct. 24, 1906. titorge Taylor, aged 15 years, recently mot a horrible death at New London, Connecticut, lie vn* an elevator boy at a hotel and was caught between the floor of the elevator well on the filth floor and the life crushed out of him. lie was a nephew of Mrs Henry Scaggs, of this place. JVsse Wright’s dwelling i- 1m ii»k re nainted. ■ TheThree Essentials in Good Furniture Are Style, Workmunsl ip and Durabilit y Many kinds of furniture on the market have uu» or two of these necessary qualifications !»u* lack somethin*. It isin-u il ly either workmanship or durability.You can buy furniture tor a v‘*ry lew price *hat looks ns well a« a good article Put there m no satisfaction or last in it. It is bur at any price. This is proven every day generally py p.,0p|< who send to catalog lu»us es for cheap furniture. Yes, it is cheap—»v rythiug about it is usually cheap at.d a dear bargaiu in the long run. Our Furniture is (jiuarantced to Please. It ih the bent wh cun buy am) noM at the rt^ht prices, too. Vet we know that point aud ptjfiv o<>y>r a muintmia of hiii« jp fur tore, but it da* wi’i cover onv <i letts ;p CAltTEK’S furniture W K DON’T SELL THAT KIM). J. C. CARTER & CO.. HUNTINGTON. U. Vt. U JSTD.ERTAK ERS T- A.X.TVC E3R,S ITORE CLO?E« ‘T6'>'cL CK Subscribe (or (Ete* ^siper. Only $1 .OO llie jear. I i\ S U A IS' 4' K FIKH AM) l.ll'li! RISKS PLACED v IT!I 1! 1 K !II*> I OM PAN IKS )0 NOT WAIT LIFE IS UNCERTAIN. FIRE MAY IN A FE\V HOUR- DE- 1 ROY THE SAV INGS OP YEARS. FOR RATES t; iLL ON T.T.jtfcIbOUttAL CERE DO, W. VA.