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The Dickenson County herald. [volume] (Clintwood, Va.) 1927-1930, May 19, 1927, Image 3

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Who do you reckon
I am?
i,D AC H E
You can’t c!o an honest day’s work, have a
moment of comfort or pleasure or make a favorable
impression on those with whom you come in con
tact when you have headache.
Why don’t you take
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drugstore
Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills?
For Headache, Backache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Monthly
Fains, and pains caused by Rheumatism and Neuritis.
We will be glad to send you samples for 2c in stamps.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
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FOR YOUR SEED SWEET POTATOES AND
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C1.INTWOOD, VA.
W. W. Pressley, President W. G. Rasnick, Secy
PRESSLEY INSURANCE AGENCY
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LINTWCOD, VIRGINIA.
Let us protect your resources by providing 'you with
adequate insurance. Call at our office or write us re
garding any of the following lines:
FIRI
RONDS
LIFE
STEAM BOILER
ACCIDENT
AUTOMOBILE
COMPENSATION
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A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
The Silver Moon Cafe
ON THE CORNER
Meals Lunches and Short Orders
Not Better Than the Best But Bettef Than the Rest
COMPLETE LINE OF GENT'S FURNISHINGS
Notion, Jewelry, Men’s Ready-to-Wear in our Men’s Shop nextdoot
REASDN ENOUSH
When we seil a man a used car we are
natu- ally hoping that some day he will
come back and buy a new car. Honesty
aside, that alor. seems reason enough
for selling him a GOOD Used Car at
a fair price.
HAYSI MOTOR CO.
Haysi Va.
A U3ED CAR 15 ONLY A5 DEPENDABLE
A5 THE DEALER WHD SELLS IT
TENSO NEWS.
Misses Virca Mariar and Myrtle
Newbey, of Tarpon, Va., came to
Mill Creek Saturday night and
spent the night at J. P. Mullin’s
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Corbet Deel, of
Tenso, are visiting their people
at Big Ridge.
Bulah Arrington, of Nealy
Ridge, spent the night with her
cousin Edna Yates of Tenso,'
Miss Malie Arrington and N.
R. Smith took dinner at Cephas
Rot insons Sunday.
Mr. P. T. Mullins and family
are visiting their people at Dwale.
Mrr. P. J. Mullins and Euna
S. nith are hog-wild about Mr.
Emory Reedy’s serman. H(
preache 1 at Mill Creek, Saturday
and Sun fay.
E.'C. Mullins was at his father ’i
Sunday.
Mrs. Enoch Mullins is paying
her son a visit at Tenso.
Eal Smith spent Saturday nighl
ind Sunday, with his friend Clint
Lambert. He was dodging the
/isitors from Tarpon.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Smith art
verv proud of their bignaby boy.
Mr. Elmer Smith gothisfingei
oadly mashed with the motor in
he mines last week.
Mrs. E. B. Mullins and A’-erf
Artrip took a nice walk Saturday
afternoon.
George Rider, of Mill Creek,
says he is looking for a womar
t lat has no man.
Mr. Carl Deel, deputy sheriff
i d< ing quite a lot of business
j ist now while to wet to plant
lorh.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vanovei
■vere on Mill Creek Saturday ev
ening showing their relative.1
their new Chevrolet Touring cai
Mrs. Frank Mullins and sorv
vere visiting her sister Mrs. Cor
bet Deel Janurdcy night.
The minister, Mr. Emory Ree
dy, spent Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sauls.
Mrs. N. J. Deel, was very sorry
she didn’t attend church Sunday
on account of rain.
Miss Fern Sauls the little 6 yeai
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Sauls, nowsowns a pony and is
now having great sport riding.
Mrs, Roy Sauls and her four
little sons were visiting Mrs. Carl
Sals and Mrs, N. J. Deel Monday.
Mrs. Carl Deel and Mrs Lydit
Wright are having a fight with
he rats that have been cathing
;heir chickens..
Frank Yates, bought a second
hand car a few days ago, and will
ride some as soon as he gets in
ner tubes to fit it.
Oldsmobile
Continued from page one.
that deservedly is increasing a
[arm among the responsible citi
zens of the country.
“If every driver knew just
what the other fellow was going
to do there would be far fewer
accidents. But ne does not. If,
however there was a codification
af simple regulations that were
the same throughout the nation
there would be no excuse for a
driver not doing the right thing
at the right time, nor would he
be in doubt as to what the other
fellow was going to do.
“To obtain the unanimous ad
aption of a set of traffic reg
ulations by every municipality in
die United States should not be
difficult. There need only be ap
plied to this problem the fund
imentals upon which the repre
sentative form of government is
predicated.
“To accomplish this desired re
sult the most constructive step
would be todriterest some nation
al organization in the plan and
nave it use it’s influence to get
the governors of all states to
call traffic conferences. These
would be attended by represen
tative of every municipality in
the state, the representatives to |
be selected by the municipal gu\ -
rrning -body. It would be eco
nomical and advisable for the
smaller villages and towns ta
give a proxy to the representative
of the nearest large city who, in
all probability, would be a trained
traffic expert.
"‘These 48 state counsils would
be called upon to draft skeleton
traffic codes which would re
present the ideas of the states at
large. One representative would
be selected by each of the 48 state
counsils as a member of the
national traffic commission. This
national commission would draft
i simple but comprehensive
traffic plan based on the 48 skel
eton out-iines presented by the
representatives. This master plan
would be presented to the mun
icipalities by their selected rej -
resentatives for enactment into
law. Pressure of public opinion
andoubtedly would be sufficient
co insure the adoption of this
naster plan without change.
NOTICE. '
To the voters of Sand Lick Dist.:
After the persuasion of manj
’riends through-out the District
1 have decided to announce mj -
self a candiuate for the office ol
supervisor of Sand Lick Magiste
rial District subject to the voters
>f said District in the Election tc
)e held, November, 8th. I herebj
solicit your support and promise
/ouif 1 am elected an economical
Dusiness administration of saic
office. Respectfully,
F. F. Kiser.
For Sale
One Stioipson Computing
Scale been used three months anc
is good as new. Capacity 12C
lbs., cost when bo ight $200.0(
and will sell for $153.00. Term.1
to suit purchaser. Call or write
The Dickenson County Herald,
Slintwood, Va.
For sale, one slightly used (
Cylinder 70 royal coupe Chrysler
a itomobile 1926 Model. Will sell
at a bargain. Terms can be ar
ranged to ouit purchaser. Write
or call,
W. M. McFall,
Clintwood, Va. Box 145.
For sale, cne 1000 pound Iron
Safe, good as new, cost $100.00
will ^ell for $65.00
J. C. Damron.
Clintwood, Va.
j Make Your Home Brighter with
DELCO LIGHT PRODUCTS
Electric Plants Washing-Machines
Water Systems
J>rim Jhk for Details Termt
E. D. SUTHERLAND
Stratton, Va.
Maryland Land For Sale
I have 192 1-2 acres of unde
veloped land near Beltsville, Md.,
nnlv 6 1-9. miles from Washinp
ton, D. C. Think of the future
near a city of 630,000 people and
the Capitol of the United States.
This land is ideal for trucking
and poultry raising.
Will sell farms of 5 to 20 acres
each.
Terms; A very small cash
payment and balance in seven
years.
For particulars write to
Dr. J. A. Somers,
Beltsville, Md.
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Who I am?
Auction
Sale
Of Machinery
At Clintwood Va., on Nay 30
1927, at 3 o’clock
I will offer for sale, for cash or ap
proved notes to the highest bidden
1-20 H. P. Boiler, Engine and saw
mill outfit.
B. F. KENNEDY, Trustee
for Cole Brothers.
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HOME TOWNLETS
Advertising is the oil that lu
bricates the machinery of busi
ness.
Jase, says the dog is mankind’s
best friend except when mankind
is trying to sleep on main street.
Clintwood would be better off if
all people were as ambitious in
preventing fires as they are in
getting to them.
when a man dies, glowing
obituaries are written about him.
But when a town dies, nobody
wants to even think about it.
The difference is thst a town is
not supposed to die.

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