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Friday, March 25, 1921.
BIG sMiJY NEWS PAGE FIV S BIG SANDY NEWS Friday, Maroh 25, 1921. '.'..'. Frianda. Ynu will And men In evory land : Who are your friend In aunny weather; Ynu pronir-Hind they'll hake your .. hand. jo broke they'll ehake you alto gether. ' .: Luka McLuke. Ixtrn, tu 1'rof. I. A. flaucier and wife, March 14. a on. We have building brick for aulo. lamlM Iluklnir Co. It-d4-S The IIHIh daughter of Mm. Nunnln Volition ha. smallpox. Real bargains In Iridic, wearing p-ixu-el at Justice's store. Burgree Carter wee quite alch all rant week with tunaUitla. You ran now have your care repair ed end repainted at Snyder' Uarago. ; Dr. Ira WcUinan (ia moved to Lou a , from CatlntOdiurg. Oo to Justice's store for bargain. In Sulu. Coats and llata, , q " Mr. and Mr. J. 11. rotor and fam ily have moved to Huntington, W. Vu. Mr. and Mre. Roy Thorn peon have jroae to housekeeping In rooifta at W. ' T. Cain'. FLOWERS FOR EASTER. TW Faster order a beautiful corsage or tiilii-r tlowur from Mr. K. W. Kirk. Mlmt Willie Taylor la able to be out tatter an Illness of several day with toaillltlai Born, to Mr. and Mra. Wayne Lykin Jr. of Potter, a daughter. Mra. Lykin araa Mis Minnie, Austin. FOR SALE-Farm. all ..re.. Irlce. and teimi reaeoi.nl.le. Wm. T Bennett, Mlnford, Ohio. Hciolo county. fu.lph Taylor. la able to be out after aa ilmcBit of aevernl woekM wlin ry plMild fi ver. . ' live your order for Bu.lvr (lowers to Mm. K. W. Kirk, A I no. for bulbs for diiriiiK pliintii ii. -l-l I M Mr-I Horn, to, Mr. Cluie. of Hunt; WHMiun M. tVi-i i;d Mr.' S. i'.nn. ' w. Vu., .1. '. it non- FOR SALE: Ken I S. ( Wliite Iplni' iixUmchliw I'.VK and Cliw-k. L Write for Price. If, M. HAILKY, Ke- nova,' AV. V. -!!2 The llrt teacher cxiuninatlnna in Wayne county, W. V are to be held April Hii and Sth. at Wayne. Fort Hay nil I'ttnioreJiiid. Urinif your iMltetli- and have them ' .repaired d recharged and j-our t:r. and have liicm vulouniised. Hnyi)er Cntiritiie, ' ' ' '.''. John II. PpuilocK." Middle Creek, doalumitrd to bo a cnnilldulo for the entrance examination" lu the United .State .Military Academy, Wcat I'olnt. WANTED! -To buv.a' rcetdenee In- ' lU!v 6 to ? room. Ttiopc naVlxg uch properly to .ell will picas" i.tvc inf!.iint.on v.ilh M. F. Conley. NJ.kh, Atury Kan 1 l lliw i v.mv ftniifiial' W'H ;e m'ho opei .Ucl 'oil tor hpirfn liclli. ou Saturday evenliitf.- Ph: iii niKirtid ( improving nic.-iy. ' - .'- . ,...-,' FOR SALE No. 1 icli lore weltshlng 2i.M lln. AIho io Also lo seed w:t Ireah Jcihi y cown. and ei-il tnii poLtiince. C. 'I FlU;i;.lAN, .'North KeooVH, Olio. . 3t-d4-l-id A reiii!slton hua lei issued tor the itatradlttnn of Henry Haywood from Mingo county, W. Va., wanted In l'lko county to answer a charge of confed- , erailiiff, ' '" ; "", " " '. : The ladle of tha M. K. Church. 1 South, will hold the Boater bazar Frl- day and Saturday of thl. woek. Hee notice In church column for further particular. ' . , . . MFLP WANTED) Young men, wo- men, over 1J, Tor l'wrtal -Mall Service, road grade,, lost hiny household goods, tlM inonlh. ICxamlnatlon April. Kx- a '.quantity of merchandise and two porlence unnccewiry. For free purfieu- worth of Liberty Bonds when lire de- lar of instruction, write ttaymond strOyed hi homo on Sunday evening. Terry (former Civil Service examiner) The house waa located on Plymale' I4K7 Continental Bldg., Washington, Branch, Just above the mouth of Buf- u (- 3t-pd-d4-8 falo. The house was proporty of Octa- ,' : . vu l'lymalu and had been rented to FORD AUTOMOBILES. Mr. Porter. Tin' new Ford touring cars, with The (Ire, which waa discovered about starter uow ready for delivery at five o'clock Sunday evening, was of Louisa! ky. Price $r.60. Thl I. the unknown origin. However, it was reduced price and the Ford company thought prolwble that It wa. the re say there will he no further redliollon, null of. mice gnawing on a; box of . and that If there la uny chnngo In price mutches. . ' this vear II will be on Increase Buy Mr. l"orter came here from MIiiko now and avoid delay In delivery when county and accepted a ub contract on Ihe spring rush start. AUGUSTUS the road work In the Buffalo section. PNYIFR Agent. ' Kt-dS-Jfi He was In Mutewan at the time of the FRESH MEATS AND GROCERIES v.T cnlirit vour trade in this , A rill ondostvnr at all line iiliu , times tO Serve yOU ltl a Satis- fnn,,monniir WpfitflVin factory manner, vvesiuy hi the fresh meat bUSineSS at f I V, n seasons LAIiBERT fiQUEHl L0UI3A - KY. T EASTER LOIS MR. 27th Fra.h.n up your Suit or Ovarooat by . having it claanad e praaaad by us. Wa hava baan in tha clean ing and praaaing buainas hara in Louiaa sinoa 1908. Wa do Ciaaning, Dyaing, Aitaring, Rapairing and Praaaing. Giva oua aarvioa a trial and ba convinced that it ia economy to have ua do your work. : We Call for and deliver work.' TELEPHONE 48 . Chas. D. Waldeck LOUISA, ky: Summer Schools Supplant County Teacher Institutes : Frankfort. Hummer school for teachers will supplant the county teachers' Institutes in Kentucky thin summer, and Instead of a wk of lec luree and speeches they will huv live wneka' actual normal school work, for which they will receive credit In rholr scholastic requirement. It In an Innovation Mtyte Superln lendent OnorK Colvln ha had in mind for several mouths and at the national meeting of superintendents at Atlantic city ho learned that North Carolina had tried the experiment with com plete BUCCMU). Like the Institutes the summer school will he supported by fee or local uproprlutlonM. Co-operation of the University or Kentucky. Western Htale Normal! Berea College in Kant urn Kvntuvky and iltw XAibiatvUle cr nml is whole-hourled. Derea will take care of four coun ties offering five weeks' school to the teachors, everything Included for t'lh. and will accept the teacher note payable out of next year,' salaries. One of the reasons for the summer school, la the high qualifications de manded of teacher by the common school law, which in four more youra will require normal training as well "f hl"h '001 nd coll,' ducavtloo. the capncHy of the university and formal .choola and rolling, twu-hr u I -bi 1 1 1) n . lv i i u tun ii nnvu.i,. . 111 ummer achoola are 'expected to ac complish still more In prai-l leal re sults. : -" '..''..'' V '.-' - "':".'.. . The faculties of the summer schools will be college graduate cxin-.lii In. their particular lines. Tho cmirae i wilt Inclixle liietructlon In the Ken tucky kcIiooI taws h well ns profeii. eionul duhjcctti directly tlr .i I i ilij with InHtructliiK the juplln.--Co jrler-Jour- i.al. . VISITS JOSEPH SESP. The tollowunr i fntin liie Oil City lii.Trick: ' A. U. Ayre. 'premldenl of the I'nion c,B tll Co., and Frank M. M.Tiiiiaji. j rcc.ret.nrj" hikI treasurer of the Union ! (.'a St Oil Co, both of '.ndiiin.-ipnll. ' td 'were lit OH City on Mondiiy .And . v.-!'!(' here vteitcd' with .JusMi'.t op. f ea.; - of ' the Joseph .cop i'li -t'.iuc I Ai; at, hin otrk'e !a . il- 'I'ru (.it iailUl.t'ie.' Mr. Avrea if a ie'lil ' jutfuir.-r of Mr. Secjv. .'Tim Union ties A ,l Co. is VM holder 'of one f thu :ar:;f-ML Mo-.k "f il I' n h !ate orlv'iu:l:v,. It (pi'r.!ti h In I.:i -.vrrnrc iinl Jii!i::ao ) '-ouii'-ti. Mr, Ayres tttateH i;kj Uo itrudiit tloit o.' tiic company li' tioiv l"j,fiO lilirr 1h ntnnt'ily and that.: wrlla have been completed by the . concern without a kir.'li. inllure. -Mr. M,liliitn If o il' nf tl- leinlli'S haii(id uiil . oapitnli'st.- of K.!',;-r;i iu,l;.ii.;i. . - - :r-. . , . . ,0fiD CARS MAY'. Bi.'-' . BOUGHT ON TIME t , j -" . i'U! i't:a''l ol cord atuora';itii'fl -;ttl - '.'vy: n- - a ' nnjitblj' pn,.:mc:it. p!un . if i!,cy ho di lre and tsr wiiitr.K ! fiy .niorcNt iiiki sumo ni:i.!' eoata com.ic. i-d wi'll. Die ttansaclio,). The ;ost tf ilu) tu ' Ford touring tar wltn si:"- r i on this monthly poj'me.if. plan, es- lending over 12 month. Is $o6.3i njc'i payment and $34,40 per nidMh. This covers Interest, insuinnce ,i Urn: 1 )ss Py ipe'l or lire, etc. , Note bcurii-g no mlerrsi ure ti.ken for. '.i.e nioi-tli'y pa.V- munts. AUdl ri't'l.!?) .r'N YUM... 'Ajeiit. ' Louisa. Ky. ' . Ji- Ui-p - FIRE OESROYS WAYNE COUNTY HOUSE ANO LIBERTY BONDS Steve Porter, a contractor on the lower section' of Wtiync county hatd rumouB maiowan gun name sevurtu week, ago, aud waa a star witness In the tiilal rocently held In Williamson. The flame from the house eet the wood on lire Sunday and considerable effort wa necessary to koep this from spreading.. The fire was u total loss, since no Insurance was carried. Wayne County News.. FARMS FOR SALE. 40 acre located In Lawronce coun ty, Ohio, 10 miles from Ironton, 7 mi. from Ashland, with 1100 fruit tree, apples, , peaches, pears. Another 100 aorot 73 acres in blue gras rolling ''Mid. largo barn, fine 7-room house. A11 under 00d . fttno8( s.tl. veln of coal, 8 mllna from Ironton, state road, it bargain at $8,000. To any one want ing to purchase a home either in city or on farm wrlto Wlllard Webb, 2208 South 4th St., Ironton. Ohio. , tf-J-11 Mra. Jennie Carter, of Irad, was in Louisa thli week, ji6 PERSONAL MEimOU Pev. J. p. Hell wua In Ashland Tuee dny. - M. V. Robinson, of near Fort Gay, wa u bualneai visitor In Louiiut Tuna-. day. L. B. Blevln, of Qrr, wa In Louisn Monday. F. W. Norrla, of Falleburg, tra In IxulHa Thursday. Mra, Neb Boxley, of Lenore, W. .Va,. wa. in Louisa Tuesday. Dr. -Charle. Fox Anderson returned from Aehland Tueaday. Sam C. Johnson, of Vanceburg. spent the week-end In Louisa. . . . . ....'. Mr. Thprnshury, of Olenwood, wna a visitor In Louisa Monday. Mr.. Martha V. Roberta, of Cadmue. waa in Louisa Thursday. Mr. L, O. Craln, of I'ocahontas, Va., wa a visitor in Loaltta Sunday. Mra. Nora RuIHvnn left, Saturday for a-visit to Mra. B. J. Fox at Oliver. Mr. and Mr. John M. Rice, of Ash land, are In Louiaa to apend a few weeks. ".:.. . Mra. H. 0. Wellman left Thursday morning for a rew days' visit In Cin cinnati. Mr. F. A. Millard went to Fleming aet week and Instituted an ICastern Star chapter. Mr. and Mr. Milt McKinster of Adtms Ifffft gues! Monday rvf Mra. Kate Wllaon. Mlm Caroline Burns, of Catletta burg, was the week end guest of Ijou Imi relative. Mlxa Kizzle Bee? ha. returned to Jen kin, after a visit to Ashland, Hunting ton and Louisa. Mra. W. F, Austin and daughter, KliKubeth, of I'otter, were shopping in Louisa Monday. MlMen Helen Fairchild and Bertha Conley of, West Van Lear, spent Sun day in Louisa. Mrs. W. A. Mordlca and children and Mr. Lizzie BurgAMS have been visiting in CatU ttsburg. ' ;V D. B. Adams wont to Cherokee last Friday to atrend the funeral of his cousin. Taylor Voting. Jamea M. Rice who has employment at Florence, IndWno, Is at hiH horn'.' here for a few weeks' slay. - Mr. and Mrs. Thornburg. of Hu it Inuton. W. Va., are guestx of their daughter,. Mrs. J, B. Vaughan. ' Tti'V. It. K. Moore, of Russell, was erUUid to Mnttle last Thursday by the i.liteaa of his brother,. T- L. Moore, l'rof. and Mrs. V. M. Bjington have' as llelr guest this Week their (imitftt tr. MIbh tieorgl't, of YoungKluwn, O.-j Little Miss I'hehe Louise Turner, of Winclteatrri. has been spending tt few ,l:iya with Mr. and Mrs. F. T. l. Wal lace. ' '. t' - ' :' Mrs. f-'i-'Kle Stump, of Jenkins, 'and Miss Jot 't Sec, of Walbrtdge, - were shnivpins ;i,id visiting relatives In Lou isa .Saturday. '.,- Mrs. F. L. Stewart. and Mr. and Mrs, .11. I'. Cmihiy and Icil 15. Conloy ..tt 'to.ided. the' funeral of l)r. S. T'. Fetter inyVshland' Huiiday.?. - Sid R.i HIT, .1. U KiillcK and John j A. Bentley, prominent rlttv.iiS f I'iltcvllle. were In Louls'it 'Thursday do llicir way to. Pond (.'reek. ; ' . Mr. 'nd Mrs: J. A. Cidlinsworth and ' Miss May Samnions of Huntington, W. . Va will be .guests over Sunday of H C. Sanimons and family, j a Mrs. T. J. Philips, of RobltiHon Crock was shopping in Ashland a few days. ! ST;e enme to 1-oulsa and wos.Joised by Mr. Philips. They were hero, over last Sunday. j Miss lOIIen Huglica came home Wed- nesilay from Lexington where she at- i tends the University to upend the Faster vacation with her parents, Mr. I and Mrs. A.. M. Hughes. , O. R. Burgess left Thursday to spend a ' few days In Cincinnati and attend , the Shrine Ceremonial at Fort Thorn- ! as, Ky.. Satjirdaj". .1. Q. Lackey and I U, L Wellman will go Friday. Miss F.llzrtbeth Bulges is at home from the Conservatory of Music In Cincinnati for the Enstcr vacation. She waa accompanied home Wednes day by a school mate, Miss Borton Perkins, of Houston, Texas. ': ; M. F. Conley and daughter. Miss Kllznheth. have returned from a trip to Florida with the National Kdltorial Association. 8S0 delegate from 42 State were present, and made a tour of the "Land of 'Flowers." . '. ': PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD Are always the most enthusiastic' concerning he excellence of our Dry Cleaning and v.: Dyeing '.'' Wo huve one. of the most efficient REMODELING DEPARTMENTS In the country. Furs transformed Into the mode very quickly. Men's and women's garments altered In any way desired. Wo dye fur skin, and remodel them in any way. - Wa tailor make men or ladies' auita $50.00 up. Latest atylaa. TEASDALU 625-627 Walnut Street . . , CINCINNATI, OHIO .'.iSk - ! New Lot of G. . LOUISA, KENTUCKY . Hill i rrt la l tit xaf atiM.vai'-v ,4.m44-44--h4. 4WWM-'eWtlttt4tlt Wayne County Wants Share of W. Va. Road Fund The counties of Mercer."' McDowell, Mingo, Wayne and Cabell ought to get together nnd phtn some concerted ac tion to be taken with respect to the road, measure to come before the leg islature, which meek on Wednesday. These counties are Interested -fej'.hav-. lug a main highway running from the Virginia line through by filuetield, Welch, Willlamsoii and K.-nova to Huntington. , There is no other route talked of that is so vital as this to the counties named. . . ' Now. from things that have been aid and done" by men from other sec tions it appears plain as a. pike staff .hat an attempt will be made to spend the money on other main thoro'fares "rid leave this section to -be content with lateral connections. This will :ot do'- We in this end of the state pre entitled td better, treatment to lair ti eatmenM-And we must have It. " he way to dtV It ft) to organize and dlmaiid U--ge after it. - ': Mingo county must organize at once, 'lien we must taka the matter up with Icrocr. .McDowell. ayne and Cabell. The time Is short. We cannot afford m put it tifT. We must get . busy at once. . - We have a senator nnd a member of the house from this city who will do ill 'they ran. It is probable that 'the representatives from other count lea ruined will do cveiylhiiig .they cm to '.i . I get the road we want and.ahould '.vc. But Ipey- need help. They need the aroused, tH'hting sp'rit.of Hie pro le of the section hack of them. The time is here for getting busy. Williamson. Dally .News. ; ' W e are Satisfied that Senators Yuri; r-nil .Mi'CIaron of this district ,'' and Delegates Terr:!! and Preston of this .oiitiiy will do "all In their power tu J ie that southern West Virginia gets s share f the tifly million dollars to '.o sncnt in the State fo good roads. Vnyn county gave a handsome mi 'oylty. in favor of the bond issue and o.pccls, yea, demands, her share of money to be spent. 11 has been intimated that an effort will be made to have, the trunk ltne lmllt from Huntington through "Logaa to Williamson and Bluelteld and that Wayne, county will 'le'left out. We want to see every county in the state gets its pro ritta of the bond Issue, j Now Is the time for Wayne county people ; to get' busy. Our representa tives need the help of all prominent citizens and taxpayers In the countyj-r t'crtdo Advance. ' i . .John D. Thompson, of Ellen, was the NKWS ontce i nursnay. t ij Elegant Line HtmnHiiiMHtiiHiin Coats; andDresses;(Ml Your special attention is called to our brand new stock and the low prices in this de partment. . ; JUSTICE'S STOKE MEN'S New Line Just In. See our serges at $18 to ?29. - They are surprising values. : NEW. SHOES Our already choice shoe line has had important additions made this week. Buy early and you wilj not regret it. the Latest Records Just Jn -,. J. CARTER Department Store SUCCESSOR TO LOUISE BURRI8 BLACK. After several weeks' illness Mrs. Loulse'Black of Buchanan, Ky., widow, of F. F. Black, and daughter of the late M.. T. and Agnes Burris, answered the call of the Father to come up higher. '" , . ' I 'She leaves to mourn her Ioks four brothers and : fotu- sisters; amd stx chiloren. Wlllard, Kthol, Everett, Roy, Herbert unj Hard. ' ; Mr. Black was born In Boyd county. Ky., July 8, 1867. Karly in life' she became a member .i of the Methodist KpiHcopa! Church South.. a :d rent.tltied laitl.ful until death. Before her mar riage she taught in the public so'iools of Wayne county, W. Va.. and of Law rence county, Ky.' Several years ago when her husband was accidentally killed, phe shouldered the entlru -burden of rearing her family, and pro vided a comfortable living for herself and children. She will be remembered as a worthy daughter, a loving sister, a devoted wife, and a Christian moth er. V A BROTHER. WHEN YOU NEED A BED, MATTRESS, OR FURNITURE OF ANY KIND, COME AND SEE OUR LINE. WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT. v We handle WILLIAMSON WAGONS, one of the best on the market. Full line of HARDWARE, WIRE FENCING, Etc. You will find it to your ad vantage to get our prices and see our stock before making your Spring purchases. oie & Burton LOUISA - New Low Prices j SUET W. H. ADAMS NINETIETH. BIRTHDAY. .. Honoring Mrs. Laura Chadwick, who resides near Neal, W. Va., and cele brated her ninetieth birthday anniver sary, a. large gathering of her friends visited her, taking baskets Ailed with ' appetizing ; eatables. The occasion which was very pleasant was enjoyod ' bj' her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and a few iriends, including: - Roland ..'; Chadwick .1- C, ChadwiPk, Mr. and Mrs. Byron "!thad- ' wiiik, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Chadwick. Anthony Chadwick. Henry Chad-a-fcfc.r Mr, and Mrs. C. Hardgrove and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Callie Walker and son, Mrs. Hart Mullens and son. Mrs.' Karl McClure and daughter, Mrs.. Harry Chadwick and daughter, Mrs. "urtis S'lymale, Mrs. F.d Plymale and daughter. Mm. Sanders Owen. "Mrs. T. K. McQulnn and daughter. Mrs. Adrlen Plymale, Mm. Grace Damron, Mrs. H. S. McKeand, Mrs. Kmma Lugar. Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Lenore Lett ami son, and Mre. Levi flatten and son. KENTUCKY mi i