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The Dickenson County herald. [volume] (Clintwood, Va.) 1927-1930, September 29, 1927, Image 4

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^NTED: At ones few more wide awake
Sales Amenta for Wise County,
Russell County, Buchanan County, and Pike County Kv. Sl ow our WONDER
GOLD SEAL DELUXE TOILET SETS. Just shew ihein. write the'oriers and col
lect yo’ir commission, they sell themselves.
x Order Your $7.00 Sample To-day
For only $2.93. Territory going fast, Close YOUR Territory be
fore th? HOLIDAY RUSH. Agents Contract Sent with Cample Set. WRITE.
District Sales Manager.
Eox 93. Haysi, Va.
GO TO ELIZABETHTON, TENNESSEE, AND SE UNDER
CONSTRUCTION WHAT ARE SAID TO BE, WHEN
COMPLETED, TWO OF THE LARGEST INDUS
TRIAL PLANTS OF THEIR KIND IN THE
UNITED STATES.
Call at our office at Elizabeth ton, Tennessee, located on the
ground floor of the First National Bank Building, and let us
show you the two great industrial plants now under constru
ction, and we believe you will tell us that Elizabethton is fast
becoming a great industrial city.
We also want to show you the choice lots we have for sale on
the LILLY ADDITION to Elizabethton, well located and sold
on terms of 5 per cent down,2*4 per cent a month, without
interest or taxes, and in case of your death the property is dee
ded to your beneficiary without any further payment.
A portion of the LILLY ADDITION is a high-grade and re
stricted section with modern improvements. If interested, do
not delay the matter, as these lots are selling fast.
We also want to call your special attention to the choice lots
we have for sale on the EAST GATE ADDITION to the great
industrial city of Roanoke, Virginia. The Viseos£ Corporation
has just begun the Construction of the sixth unit to its great
silk plant at Roanoke. If interested, call at our Roanoke Office
on the sixth floor of the MacBain Building.
If you want further information before seeing our property,
write us at Princeton, W. Va.,and we will have one of our rep
resentatives call on you and explain our proposition fully.
LILLY LAND C O M P A N Y.
Home Office: Princeton, W. Va
Continued from page 3.
Large:
Miss Zella Kerr.
Stonewall:
Fred F. Fletcher.
Bise:
Harold Remines, Principal.
Miss Della Carty.
Honey Camp:
Ferdie Beverley, Principal.
Mrs. Polly Hawkins.
Rainey Flats:
Allen E. Stanley.
Pine Creek:
Cedric S. Beverley.
Osborne Gap:
Mrs. Lou Stanley.
KENADY DISTRICT.
Darwin:
Alfred Phipps, Principal.
Mrs. Cora Hawkins,
Lyons Fork:
Mrs. Carrie G. Oglesby.
Kenady:
1. I). G. Tiller, Principal.
2. Enoch M. Rose
3. Mrs. D. G. Tiller.
Rugby:
Leslie B. McCoy, Principal.
Mrs. Emma Preas McCoy.
Yates:
Miss Samantha Remines,
Principal.
Miss Bertve Mullins.
Upper Lick Fork:
Miss Gladys Beverley.
Lower Lick Fork:
Ernest Yates.
Rachel Chapel:
Miss Belle Dotson.
EIt VINTON DISTRICT.
Trammel:
1. If. E. McCoy, Principal.
2. Miss Sophrona Lockhart.
3. Miss Ju^ly Priode.
4. Miss Maude Winebarger.
Trammel (Colored)
Not Filled.
Fremont:
Clyde Reedy, Principal.
Mrs. Psarl Bise.
Miss Ida Mullins.
W. 0. Deel.
Miss Rita Jo Kennedy.
McClure:
Miss Verda Rose.
Greenwood:
W. T. Walker. Principal.
Miss Hettie Bise.
Miss Maude Kinser.
Big Oak:
Miss Lula Mae Couch.
Stratton:
Miss Jessie Kelly.
Flat Top:
John L. McCoy.
Fiar View:
a
Miss Tinofair Stallard.
Pilot Knob:
Mrs. W. H. Smith.
Nealy Ridge:
Garfield Baker, Principal.
Miss Emma Counts.
Bear Ridge:
Miss Helen Arthur.
West Dante:
Mrs. Eva Duncan. Principal.
Miss Stella Hayes.
Cherry Knob:
Miss Elsie Hayes.
Hazel:
E. C. Carty.
Open Fork:
W. L. Counts.
Cold Spring:
Shields De Vault.
Nora:
Mrs. Margaret D. Binns.
Ivy Spring:
Miss Oma Bise.
Middle Branch:
Miss Nora McCoy.
Hatchet:
Miss Flossie McCoy.
Long:
Walter J. Hilton.
Hammond:
Mrs. Olive S. Bentley, Prin
cipal.
Miss Mollie Tiller.
Wakenva:
Miss Stella Artrip, Principal
Miss Agnes Sutherland.
SAND LICK DISTRICT. *
Sand Lick:
Oim iVI. Addington, Principal
A. R. Owens.
Miss Fern Owens.
Abner Gap:
Miss Bess McReynolds, Prin
cipal.
Miss Constance Bowman.
Cane Creek:
R. P. Tiller, Principal.
Miss Ethel Tiller.
Sulphur Spring:
Miss Florence Taylor.
Breeding:
Miss Gladys Rudder.
Counts:
Frank Kelly, Principal.
> Miss Alice McCoy. '
Grizzle:
Miss Maude Owens.
Turner:
Hardawav Baker, Principal.
Miss Sallie Ellen Carter.
! hnchco:
Miss Mary Barbara Aldrich,
Principal.
Margaret Lindsay Rhea.
Miss Mary Cecile Gray.
Miss Virginia Gibson!
Miss Carolyn Harris.
Miss Elizabeth Harris.
Miss Blanche Neel.
D‘ N'f PUT OFF
Having Your
Plumbing and Tinwork
DONE
Noti is the time while I am
in your town1
! do Guttering, Spouting and
Tinwork of any Nature
Plumbing, Heating and
Ventilating
When in need of anything
along this line, Call,
M. H. Boone
Coefturu, V??..
v ybur Home Brighter with
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Water Systems
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tails
Terms
E. D. SUTHERLAND
Stratton, Va
Miss Nevada Rogers.
Mrs. W. R. Sparks.
Clinchco (Colored)
Mrs. Nellie J. Scott.
Rock Lick:
J. D. H. Owens.
Lick Branch:
Miss Orpha Evans.
Dog- Branch:
Patton Edwards, Principal.
Miss Violette Counts.
Flint Gap:
Miss Lola Marcum.
Owens:
Miss Lucy G. Harris.
Viers:
. R. H. Fuller, Principal.
Miss Nellie Marcum.
Mill Creek:
Miss Stella June Wright.
Sullivan Branch:
Miss Cecils Stallard.
WILLIS DISTRICT
Davis:
N. P. Sneer, Principal.
Mrs. N. P. Speer.
Musick:
Miss Draxie Fleming.
Splashdan::
Miss Annie PT. Tucker, Prin
cipal.
Miss Nell Tiller.
Skeetroek:
Joel F. Phipps, Principal.
Orville Branham.
Mountain View:
Miss Grace Fowling. '
Havsi:
E. R. Beverley, Principal.
Perrv Gill ert.
W. S. Owens.
Mrs. Alta Arington.
Steinman:
Mrs. V. C. Stevenson.
Prater:
Evans Edwards.
Tarpon:
Harold Damron. Principal.
Mrs. Earl D. Collins.
Bart Lick:
E. H. Ander. on.
Grassy:
Bruce Mullins.
Tivis:
Auta Ratliff.
Maynard Ridge:
Miss Emma Mae Pickle.
Tom Bottom:
Hampton Osborne.
Turn the key/
and your Buick
« Double
Locked
No lock could be safer!
One turn of the key locks
both ignition and steering
wheel. But merely turn
ing off the ignition does
not lock the wheel. You
may shut off the engine
and coast, if ydulike, and
still have your car under
perfect control.
And no lock could be
more convenient! It is
illuminated and located
within easy reach, where
the steering column
meets the dash.
The Buick double-lock is
an exclusive Buick fea
ture—one of many im
portant refinements
which characterize
Buick for 1928.
Sedans . . *1195 to*1995
Coupes . . *1195 to *1850
Sport Models *1195 to *1525
All prices /. o. b. Flint, Mich., government
tax to be added. The G. /VI. A. C. financ
ing plan, the most desirable, is available.
BUICK
>|Q2
WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE
BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
Dante Motor Corp.
Dante. Va.
Plumbing
Norton
HEATING & PLUM3i;:: CO.
AMERICAN RADIATORS
STANDARD PLUMBING FIXTURES
SAFE PLUMBERS.
CHASE LODGE NO. 175.
I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Friday night 8:
P.M. at Odd Fellows Hall Clint
wood, Va.
W. 0. Deel
N. G.
Smith Howell
Sec’y
lire
Food and Drink
FOR
Young and Old
^jJHEY’RE both food and drink--these tempting
bo tiled beverages!
Scientists say the sugar in these wholesome
drinks becomes, by chemical action what they term
‘ invert sugar,” which provides vital energy for
work or p’ay
A d you knew, of course, that the health-in
suring process o! carbination prevents lurking germs
and iri.ik's these drinks purer than water from a
sparkling mcur.’kin steam.
REAL FOOD IN BOTTLED CARBONATED
BEVERAGES
Dr. W. YY. Skinner, of the U. S. Bureau of Chem
istry, says: ‘‘Bottled carbonated beverages contain
more actual food value than many fruits and vege
ab es of the sarre weight,
G8532BS OHERC-COLA BOTTLING GO.
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";:-c Delivery Direct
TO THE JOB.
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Plaster Paint
- Virginia.
CTwervous headache
Next time you have a nervous head
ache try this—
Two teaspoonfuls of Dr. Miles’ Nervine.
If you can get a few minutes sleep,
the headache is pretty sure to be gone
when you wake up.
kg DR. MILES'.
„ . NkrvinI
If you are subject to nervous headaches, take
Dr. Miles’ Nervine as directed,
Dr. Miles’ Nervine is recommended for
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Neuralgia, ^ ^
Nervous Dyspepsia, Nervous Headache, Neurasthenia
We’ll send a generous sample for 5c in stamps.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
Dear Custom©?:
Why pay mall order
houses $10.80 and
Freight for 9x12 Genuine
Gold Seal Rugs, When
You can buy tbom for $10.50 right
At HOME. A saving of more than $1.00
9x12 Belcoleum Rugs $9.50
9x10 1-2 Belcoleum Rugs $8.50
Clintwood Hardware Company.

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