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Born in Leslie county, tuigl 1
school for a few years and thi n
bonght out the Hydeu Thousand
sticks jind ran it for a little over
five years until the plant was
Like a number of others Ira Fields needs none of the efforts of
n Eagle quill to make him- better or more favorably known.
Starting from a rail splitter and married plow boy on Big Cowan
ha forged his way to the front ranks of his fellow citizens. He
was admitted to the bar, began the practice of law and was soon
after elected County Attorney. He showed himself po3essed with
much ability and for t'.ie last ten or twelve years' has f erytd our
district as Commonwealths Attorney. Belonging to a large and
prominent family and being an astute politician he has always
been able to manipulate his affairs to the other fellows failure.
Ira Fields is one of our best and leading citizens and never fails to
show his hand in any affairs that is for the up building and
of the town or county,
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the many interesting attractions that will be here on July Fourth will be a troop of United States Cavalry from Fort
Oglesthorpe, Ga. The War Department has definitely decided
to send a troop here on that occasion and arrangements for the
march through Tennessee to Big
Stone Gap is now being made,
and the time of starting from
Fort Osl'sthropc will be announ
ced soon. This troop will be
here several days and will j;ivcj
maneuvers on both the Third and
Fourth of July.
This feature of the calibration
will be of especial interest to the
Southwest Virginians, many of '
whom have.never been afforded
j th(J opportunity vof seeing any of
Uncle Sam'? cavalry, and thi- - '
feature will attract a large crowd
U.S.Cavalry at Big
Stone Gap July 4
Big Stone Gap. Va., May
set Republican dusing the camW. M. BLAIR
paign between Hon. Caleb PowEsquire Will B'air, the popular Justice of the White3burg disers and D. C. Edwards and made trict, is a son of Uncle Henry Blair, of Coliy, and is a native of
a winning fight for Mr. Powers Wise county, Va. He removed with his father when a mere boy
Come to Middlsboro and is now to this county where he grew up and was educated.
Editor of Thousandsticks. a pa- Miss Lydia Kincor, a popuhr1 teacher of that day. and engaged in
per that is recognized as the farming most of the time. In 1909 he became a candidate for
leading republican organ in the Magistrate and was duly elected. He has made one of our ablest
mountains. Mr, Chappell is com- and best county officials.
In the last few years he has developed
ing to the front as a newspaper j into an excellent coal and coke expert and now holds a good posi- man.
fion with a big concern over m Virginia.
HON. IRA FIELDS
You may have the full benefit of the rr?at strength
and complete equipment of the First National Bank
of Norton without frequent personal visits to the
bank. This method of banking is of especial advantage to those living in the country or smaller towns,
when you make your first deposit you vr ill receive
acknowledgement of your deposit and check book:
then deposits can be made from time t time and
you will receive written acknowledgements promptly
SunrLus and Undivided
The. First National Bank of Norton
The Athletic Association will
have a large number of other at- tractions here for the celebration j
and they will be announced in a
COL. L. H. N. SALYER
Col. Salyer is one of the best known lawyers of Eastern
tucky or.Southwest Virginia.
Timber for Sale
The undersigned wants to sell '
all the merchantable standing1
HON. JOHN W. LANGLEY
timber on 1000 acres of land sit- -'
The name of John Lang'.ey strikes a mighty responsive chord in
uated on Carrs fork of the Kenalmost every mountaineer's heart. He is a native of Floyd county
tucky river. All virgin forests
almost in Letcher's door and comes from good old Revolution- and in the best timber section in
' arv anc
Eastern Kentucky pioneer stock. Before his advent into
the mountains. Write or come
Congress he was a teacher and reputed to have been the most acand see me. Address
W. F. Bentley, Spider, Ky. tive in his county. After this he spent many years h; the Depart- mental service at Washington where his personal service and wide
acquaintance enabled him to be about the most useful and popular
man in the Capital. Even before .his election to Congress he was
acquainted with most of tha Senators and Representatives thus en- For Infants and Children.
abling him to do much that he would not be able" otherwise to do.
The Kind You Have Always Bought '
This is especially true when it comes to pension claims, war claims
and other similar matters. It looks like this would be a good ar
' gument against changing Congressmen so often and especially for
new and inexperienced men. Mr. Langley is a candidate" for rc- nomination and it looks like he will have no opposition this time,
Somewhere between since evervl.odv knowd c has made good and very good as a mem- top of Black mountain and Stone-g- iber of the National House, He resides at Pikevi'le now where he
an open face, silver case, fif- has a delightful home.
teen jewel Waltham Watch. Fin
der please return to Mountain
Eagle, Whitesburg, and get $2 00
A Coming Man
W. S. Thompson.
The above is a srood likeness of T. Garret Wright, of Thornton
a new graduate of the Dental Department of Central University
Louisville. Before entering upon a professional course in college
Mr. Wright was for somi years one of our leading teachers. He
has had training in some of the best schools ar.d colleges in the
state especially at the Southern Normal School at Bowling Green
Just a few weaksago Mr. Wright finished his graduating course in
college and will soon start upon a successful business career. He
married Miss Carrie B. Bhir, the young, handsome daughter of
the late Chas. F. Blair of Thornton and they have two small
firm of Fitzpatrick, Venters and
Bentley will please call on the
undersigned and settle at once.
All accounts not settled within
thirty days will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collec
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