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Friday, May 13, 192.
BIG SANDY NEWS page nvn BIG SANDY NEWS Friday, May 13, 1921. Justice's Store (or Wallpaper, Rum nd Unoleuin. .''.'".' 4-M Hear all the latest talking machine rHrda at Atkina & Vaughn. d 11 ' liitFcl Dinner Food : Mr. Oeorire tfckleslraer remain Suite aick at hi-r homo In Louisa. I We will wit you a Columbia talking machine on oaay payment plan. At lua A Vaughn. . Horn. Haturduy, May th. to Mr. and Mr. C. M. Rdwarda, a daughter Kauibcth Ann. FOR 8ALE -New ft room cottage, or rent If good ronter. t'LAUDK WIL SON. Ijoulsa, Ky., S-ll-tf bargain 4-22 Thoiiosraplui at special price at Justice' Store. ' Mwa KHa Norton haa been quite lrk several day. . threatened with pneu monia. . . FOR SALE: A five fooio cottage, located In lower Ijtiulsa. Irlc rena oble. TOM RICK. Louisa. Ky. E. T. Westlake Is having hla resi dence on upper Main street rebuilt and enlarged. W receive new Columbia, Hruns wick and Hmmtrwon record each month. Atkina Vaunhn. LouUa. Ky. .la-ante. ) onng datighter or Mr. and Mra. (. J. faxi-r. In ladlly recover, ifta (rum an opi-rution for appendcltl. , Mis Klisabeth Qhm, formerly of ;fc;s pta. ha n appointed county chairman of the. Near Kuat Relief or-g-anlsallun at Williamson, W. Va. ' , j f '. Some people work hard for their money ; others buy real estate in Williamson and West Williamson. . : i-M-imo. Our poUnaar. U. B. Carter, haa ouocaeded In awcurlng from the weath er bureau At Washington, O. C. daily foreeaata of weather, which la being posted each day (except Sunday) on the poMtofrtc door, ao that all who ,1.ire eas know th weather eondHlon each twenty-four hour. We have all thse things, fresh, pure and tempting-. Give us a chance to serve you promptly. Phone 55 ADAMS & BERRY The Grocers v Midway Between the Two Bank LOUISA. KY. personal mm WANTED! We want a lady or Rentlcrnan agent for the genuine J. R. Watklns lYoduot In Louisa and oth er vacant town. A big opportunity for hustler. Write for particular and free samplr. : J. R. WATKINK CG, 64. Memphis, Tenn. St MAYO COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT. ftlxhop Darlington preuched the bac rnlaurrat aermon for . I no. C. C. Mayo College at 1'filntBvllie li.t Sunday to a very large crowd. The commence ment exercise will close today. Would you consider a bank solvent whoe assets wore over nine hundred and fifty million dollar, and whoa aurplu amounted to over one hundred and twenty-five million dollaraT The above will giva you some ldoa of the la of the company who etanda bnhlnd my propoaitlon for absolute protection for you and your loved onea, M. U MAKCUM. Louisa. Ky. Twelve of Lavwivnee county's lead Ing cltisena during the month of April Invoathrated my propoaitlon and made aura of ready money for their loved aimm. In case of death to the extent of 141.(00.00. This propoaitlon costs only a few cent per day. If Interested drop a postal to M. U MARCUM, Louisa. Ky. FRESH MEATS AND GROCERIES We solicit your trade in this line and will endeavor at all times to serve you in a satis factory manner. We stay in the fresh meat business at all seasons :-: :: LAT.I6ERT & QUEEN LOUISA KY. STEWART-STAFFORD. Misa Osa I tttewart, of Ashland, and Mr. P. J. Stafford, of Paintavllle. were married la Portsmouth, Ohio, a few days ago- They will go to houaekeep ing in Palntavillr as soon a their bungalow la completed. The bride I the daughter of Mr. Joe Stewart. MALE HELP WANTED! Oft busy. Keep busy. I your job unaafo? U it permanent T You want a life long bus iness. You can get Into such a busi ness aelllng more than 1ST Watklns Products direct to farmers if you own nuto or tram or can get one: if under r0 and . can give bond with personal sureties. We back yoa with big erll Irur helps. 61 years In business, 20. 000.000 user of our product. Write for Information where you can get territory. J. R. W ATKINS CO- Dept. lit Winona. Minn. , Jt-pd. HIGH SCHOOL CL08ES. The Lawrence County High School dom-il Wednesday and Prof. Oilmer will leave next Sunday for hi home in Mississippi Cra'duatlng exercises will take place Inter, FARM AND COAL LANDS OR SALE (00 acre on-Rockcastle creek, Law rence county, with good coal and oil and gAs rights. Also, carrloe a con- Miderahle amount of timber. This i tPKirabln property. - near Tug river. and the coui alone la worth much more than the price asked In fee. Apply to T. P. fJARTIN, Louisa. Kv. 4-22-21-tf Burwell Wright, of Kavanaugh, was In Louisa Tuesday. Mrs. C. B. Peter of Ashland, was In Louisa Monday,. Judge Thoa. D. Theobald was her from. Grayson this week. . Eeliel Adums was here from Hunt Ins-ton. W. Va Sunday. Mra. Nora. Sullivan visited relatives In Catlwttaburr' this week.- ' Mr. and Mr. W. W. Calnes of Pot ter were in Louisa Sunday.' Miss Lou Chuffln has returned from a visit in ilolden and Logan, W, Va. Mra. Floyd Williamson of Route paid the NKWH office a call Monday. J. M. Cain, of Danville, W. Va.. pent the week-end at hi home In Louisa Misa lieuiah Kirk will leave soon to I spend her vacation with relative at ' lnex,. Mis. B. F. Thomu. of Catlettsburg, I the guest of her sister, Mrs, Lido. R. Lackey. J- Augustus H. Snyder returned Mon day after spending a few days In Col umbus. Ohio. Mrs. A. H. Owen of HuntliiRtnn Is visiting her parent. Mr. "and Mrs. W. F. WilMm. Miss Vivian Hays haa returned from a' vlalt to Mrs. Ine W. Watson -. la Huntington.; . Mr. and Mrs. IL'L. Vinson and J. K. 'erguon huve returned from a viait u Cincinnati: . Mra. Cecil Kvans. of Williamson. W. Va., was visiting Mrs.' Klia Adams Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. It-ttle Plug was In from Bus soyville this week attending the die trlct conference. Mrs. J. A. Colllnsworth and win o Huntington. W. Vu are visiting H. C, Sammons and family. ' Mrs, A. O. Carter und son.' Philip, retiirned Sunday from a visit to W. T. Woods and family at Veasie. Mi. , McKlnley Preston came down from Palntsvllle and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Westlake. Mrs. Cora tlurton. who was visit ing at Maben, W. Vs., was called home by the death of her brother, John Thompson, of Ironton. whose funeral was held h-re Mondny. WHEN BETTER CARS ARE BUILT Buick, WILL BUILD THEM Why hesitate? Let us dsmonitrats thi beautiful car to you now. Coupled with tha same powar nd dpndability that have mad the Buick-valv-in-had motor car ao famous, is added riding com fort, mora roominess, and bettor seating arrangements, esiier con trol, and a bsauty and grsoa that fittingly express BUICK WORTH. You realize a full return on your investment in a BUICK. Phon 701 - or call at 18th and Greanup Avenue to see these car. Full . line of Buick parts carried always.; . Nelson Motor Car Co. "THE HOME OF BETTER CARS" Ashland, Ky. "f Hr4"' hPayAsYouflPlayl HAVE YOU A TALKING MACHINE in Your HOME? IF NOT, COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU A THEY ARE THE LIFE OF A HOME Prices from $125 to $250 We also carry a full line of BRUNSWICK RECORDS. Prices 83c to $1.50 each. NEW RECORDS RECEIVED EACH MONTH. ALL LATEST SONGS AND DANCE MUSIC WE WILL SELL YOU A TALKING MACHINE on Monthly Installment Plan. SEND FOR CATALOGUE OF MACHINES AND RECORDS t - THEIR SUMMER FINERY ( (( -'J : - h fL J ( Of Now Is The Time To Buy SUMMED HATS r for Ladies, Misses and Children The policy possible is that of waiting till the sea son is far advanced. Buy early and you will get twice the pleasure out of your millinery. You can not beat our styles in the cities nor our prices anywhere. COME AND SEE. i New Organs & Latest Records Just In 44-44-M G. J. CARTER Department Store LOUISA. KENTUCKY SUCCESSOR TO W. H. ADAMS V Ht tiij i I n I I i t4 Mis Olpm-y Blonkenshlp, who' is at tending the K. N. C. was visiting her humci at Yutfsvllle Suturda yund Sun day, Mm. T. L. Muncaster and three chil dren, of Wnylnnd, ttro guests of her father, Mr. J. W. Yates, und other Ixtuisu relative. Mrs. lli'Rter Carter and Mrs. Ethel Peters wore called to Ironton, Ohio, Saturdny by the illness and drnth of Mr. Johns Thompson. Willie Scaggs, formerly of Iouisa, but for the past few years a resident of Portsmouth, Ohio, was here this week vlHltlng friends. Chun V. Branham returned Satur- ilnv to Parkersburr. W. Va- after a few days visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Branham. Dr. C. F. Anderson left Monday morning for Chattanooga. Tenn., to at tend the Southern Baptist Convention in session there this week. . Mrs. O. P. Blankenshlp has returned to Lbuixa from Logan, W. Va where she had liwn for some time visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Stump. MIks Ruth Woods returned Tuesday. She had been to New Martinsville. W. Va to attend a missionary meeting and also visited In Huntington and Ashland. - Mrs. J. I. Sturgrll . was in Louisa Monday returning to her home in Ash land after a visit to her parents. Judge 8. H. Burton and wife at Kllen. : She was accompanied home by her niece, Miss Klla Jny Hewlett, of Blaine. Mrs. J. B. Vaughan and diiughtcr. Gary, are visiting relatives in Hunt- liiEton, W. Va. IMMIGRATION RESTRICTED. ;AMBUSHlNG IN MiNCiO." " - Congress has passed the emergency Shooting from ambush across tha immigration bill restricting admission river from Mingo county to Pike cotin- of aliens to 3 per cent of each na- ty continues more or les frequently or tionality resident In the United States tlie striking miners. Recently focr or In 1910. .The bill is effective for four- live strikers were killed by officers sa- . teen months beginning fifteen days af- ereted in the hills. In one Instance- a ter enactment. The vote on passage sniper wa shooting from behind a bur wa 78 to 1. Senator Reed. Democrat, tree. A member of the State' police- Mlssourl. opposing the measure. located him, with the help of a good. As sent to conference, the measure , field glass, and with a high power rifla would allow no exemption for any the officer sent three bullts into the clnss or race of aliens in excess of the sniper's body. The friends of the dead' S per cent limitation and thoae enter- man announced that death resulted Ing under treatiea and agreement. from falling over a cliff. To Our Ice Customers: While th paving i being don on the different (treats it is vary incon vsniant for our ies wagon to call at aoh and avery horn every day. Should w fail to reach your home, telephone u and ice will b delivered that day without fail. W also wish to impress upon aach an devery customer th importance of urchssing ica books. This enables our driver to make mora speed and in order that each and ovary parson may uy ic book, w have them in 500 oound iz and up at 75 cants per undred pound. The Lobaco Company WEST VIRGINIA TEACHERS ' RECEIVE INCREASED SALARY On of the most importuirt acts of the In te session of the West Virginia lORiHliiture wus the passaKC or House Bill Number 81; which mensure pro- Iclcs -for' an lncreasi- in the twilary of hool teachers. Tills new law. which' becomes ef fective' July 1, 1821, establishes $50 a month a minimum for a third grade certlflmittt, 465 a minimum for a sec ond grade and $8B'for a first grado. These sums are materially Increased on a sliding scale which gives credit for- practical experience in the school room or for special work done In nor mal schools and colleges. The addi tional sums are added to the basic sal- rles nnmed above. Tho law. as passed by both houses of the legislature, will effect practi cally' every school teacher In Wayne county nnd In every Instance will In crease the present salnrles. The lw becomes effective July 1. Wayne County News. THE NOAH SHEETS MONUMENT WORKS 14 St. 2d Ave Huntington, W. Va. .,, a. I ... . . ; . T we nanai an ens miniiw a taramivv 'of approved quality and have thm properly finiahad, and our customer -. . irnxriniTrarir T are delighted with the reaults. - LOUISA, :- -: -:- :- -:- KENTUCKY 10 P.r ent reduction to aphi 1. 1921. . ' rtllAI ITV ' Coreaanondanea 'Vaiiiijslhian QUALITY OF STOCK QUALITY OF FINISH Oak; irlooiniinig In connection with other building material, "we have Oak Flooring from $40. per 1000 up. RUGS,: MATTING, LINOLEUM FURNITURE, HARDWARE FARMING IMPLEMENTS PAINT, VARNISH, ETC. Moore & Burton LOUISA - KENTUCKY Bigg ITnO SA EE THAT LOUISA HA8 SEEN 8INCE BEFORE THE WAR IS NOW ON AT OUR STORE. FASHION'S CHOICEST STYLES ARE FOUND IN THE LOT IN SUMMER DRESS ES, WAISTS, SKIRTS AND EV ERY ITEM OF LADIES WEAR LADIES HATS You will not be sure what you want until you see our line. We can fit your face perfectly. SUMMER SHOES Let us show you our new line of shoes for ladies and misses. They are right up-to-date. s&e?s. Store LOUISA, KY. 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