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-You Will Find at Cooksey Bros.
New Tailleurs of Rich Velvety Fabrics; ;
Sports Suits of Youthful Tweeds.
The long, slender lines of suits this fall, combined '
with their soft, lovely fabrics, make theni more
charming than for several years. Then, the
Sports Suits have taken on a chic and jauntiness
that is altogether "captivating. v ' V'-
Big line of Men's and Boys Clothing that we
can save you money in.
The biggest and best lines of Shoes in the
Sandy Valley.
All the latest styles in Ladies' Hats. v
YOURS FOR BARGAINS,
, Cooiicey Bros.
JBIG SANDY NEWS
Friday. .September . 1921.
Lumber for aals. Louisa and Fort
Gay lrlitg Company, Louisa, Ky.
"ri.iri"rCrtr la Improving af
ter an Illness of ths past few days.
Toni E. Lewis and Mlsa. Cornelia
Wilson of Weeksbury, wers married t
Catleltaburf . ' .,'
I FOR SALEi 4-room house and tot
J01I5, In Louisa, In Brown addition,
gee Kkakk and Marshall. . -l-tf
l II-!. nnMMnM1 la hl In b OUt af '
ter an Illness of ths paat few montha
with typhoid fever.
1 FOR 'bALEi 10 farma all stses.
" Prlcea and tnrma reasonable. Wm. T.
UENNETT, Mlnford, Bcloto county. O.
10t-to octT
Asphalt ia being shipped In larger
nuantltlea now and the siresi paving
la being rapidly compieiea. ,
nr. and Mra. Elam returned to Co
lumbus. Ohio, after a visit to hla pa
rent. Mr. and Mra. M. Elam. .
' J. H. Preces and family havs- moved
to Louisa and are occupying their res
tdenct On lower Lock avenue.
tmf n n nodhv. mho la at the head
if (he Lawrence County lUgn 8chool.
one Tfnip . -
dem-a on Lock avenue. . .
. ., T if ItnalAR'a n.W rftSl-
Miss Kllen Hughes expects to Te-
turn next week to Lexington as a siu-
uvni ii in. 1 1 1 . .i. .. -. . w.
- Miss Ruth Woods will enter the unl.
verslty also.
; Dr. Wray"s family haa returned to
Loulaa for the school year. Mra M. C.
iPowell. dauuhter of Mrs. Wray, will
have Charge of the house. Mra. Wray
will rotuin to Robinson creek, where
the doctor Is practicing.
Erneat L. Compton will leave Sun
nay ror Loulavilie wnerr n wm .
tendf a school for the blind. His
mother, Mrs, L. B. Compton. and Mis.
Wm. Justice will accominy him.
Hifiu BrnnnL will
OPEN NEXT MONDAY
The Board of Education haa con
tracted with the Louisa High School
to toach all Lawrence county high
school nunlla. Tuition la free. Initruo
tlon thorough, and all credits good
everywhere. School will open next
Monday with Profs. Oodby and Gil
mer on duty. All Louisa high school
students admitted free.
Students from other counties ac
copied at usual rates. "
Notice Is hereby given that a poll
Will be opened In Pench Orchard voting
precinct at the regular November
eleotlon 1921, for the purpose of ascer
taining tho will of the voters ot said
'precinct upon the question whether or
not they wish cattlo, horses, mules,
sheep and hogs to run at large In said
precinct. '
Given under my hiind.- this August
45. mi. WM. TAYLOR
Sheriff of Lawrence County.
4t;to9-10 ,
SHOE REPAIR SHOP.
I hava opened a ahoe repair ahop
next to Compton'a blackamlth ahop.
First class work and reasonable prlcea.
Olva me a trial. GRANT ROBERTS...
FOR tALEi Small farm, 40 acrea.
Joins corporate Umlta of Cstwttsourr
Good tutus. rii, orchard, city walvr.
Alio, 1 horae, cows, hogi.'farra Imple--'
menta. If wanted addreaa Wm. LKK.
C.il.tutaura-. K, Phon 161V. . .. ocll
PAINTING CONTRACT. '
- The Loulaa A- Fort Gay Bridge Co..
will let a contract for cleaning all rust
oft of the Iron work .below the bridge
floor, and painting one coat wl(h red
lead and linseed oil. ' Bridge company I Jonn Rl(re returned Saturday night
will furnlah the paint. Contractor to from Columbua. Ohio, where they had
furnish tools and scaffolding, tove,. .liih,. friandi ind ittendliu th
aealed bid with any director of the
company or at the toll house. " (adv.)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudglns, who
were guests laat week of his grand
.mother, Mrs. Belle Moore, will
within th nettl fw davs for lyindnn. .
England,
whera thev will realde. Mr.)
Hmlvlna la the reDresentatlve
of
sn automobile company. His mother,
Mrs. Nell Hudglns, of Ashland, will,
Join them there In November.
Ford Prices Reduced
to Lowest Point Ever
- - . on their way home.
Without warning, as usual, the Ford ,Mleses Marlon and Dorothy How
Motor company wlrtd all agents Frl-lu,,,,! Frank Howland returned to
lay of a reduction In. prices, making
them cheaper than ever before. f
Prices are as follows at Louisa, in
cluding freight, war tax, and filled
with gasoline and oil! ' .
Touring car, no starter, 1400. With
starter, 1475.
Runabout, no starter, $370. " With
starter, $444.- - - -
Sedan, with . starter and demount
able rims, 1720. .... . , . n
Coupe, $662. v -
W have several oars on hand. CaH
at ones and get what you want. Prices
in other models given on application.
AUGUSTUS SNYDER, Agent.
(Adv.) y .
FARMS FOR SALE.
t am ready to divide tract contain
ing 1800 acres into smaller farms. Will
divide so as to suit desire of purchas
er. ,
This Is your chance to buy good
farm S miles from Louisa, located on
Lawrence-Martin Inter-coimty-aeat
roRd, one mile from railroad station,
on rural mall route. Part of tract la
good creek bottoms, greater part o
hill land la virgin, suitable for genorul
farming, grass and fruit. Will convey
In fee simple which will Include coal,
oil and all minerals. Will sell for pay
ment down and accopt note for re
mainder. See me before the land has
been picked over. 2t
Wm. M. FULKERSON. Louisa, Ky.
ATTENDED BURNAUGH CAMP.
Plkevllle.Aug. 80, 1921.
tXr. G, C. Baker, Co. Agent.
Louisa, Kentucky,
Dear Mr. Baker:
I was fortunate enough last week to
get to attend the Eurnnugh camp of
Lawrence and Boyd counties. I am
taking this opportunity of expressing
my appreciation oi tne trip to the
camp as a visitor. I certainly did en
Joy every minute of tho week. I came
out as a star camper and hope to be '
a club member by next year.
With succes sto all, I remain, I
MAX1E MOORE. .'
I
R W. Burton ot Ellen, was In Lou
l;l Wednesday, r
Mi.-- Eva Preece, of Madse, la In
Louia to attend school.
Mm. Lewis Tillman In visiting Mra.
A. H. Owen In Huntington, V. Va. '
Prof. T. B. McClure of Wayne, W.
Va.; waa a visitor here Inst Sunday. ,
Walter Ferguson of Huntington, W.
Va., visited Loulaa friends laat week.
Mr. and Mra. R. T. May of Madge,
were vlaltora in Loulaa a few days ago.
Mlaaea Ellaabeth and Julia Burgeee
were In Huntington, W. Va, ,Wednea
day. ' '
Alpert Este'p and aon, Claude of Wll
yur, were bu.iinees visitors here Wed
nesday. , -
J. W., WoimIb and family of Ashland,
were guests a few days laat week of
J. H. Woods.
Mlaa Gurnet See haa gone to George
town where she will attend George
town college. .
Mrs. Thos. J. Beavers of Vienna, Va
arrived Tuesday for a visit to Louisa
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Corns of Cincin
nati, are visiting Mra. Llda R. Lackey
and Junior Lackey.
Barney Reynolds and family of
Huntington, W, Va.,' were guests this
week of Ills parents, '" - .
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henslejr and Mlaa
Alice Garland of CatletUburg were
In Louisa last week. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Scholza of
Catletlsburg, war her over Sunday,
guests of, Louisa relatives C-i.-
Mrs. Margaret Slump has returned
to Jenkins after & two weeks' visit to
home folks at Wa'lbrldge. -
Lealic R. Conley returned on Monday
to his home In Cincinnati, after a few
days vlnlt to Louisa relatives.
Miss Verne Taylor, of Kermit, W.
Va., was the week-end guest of Misses
Lois and Virginia Btrlngfellow. '
- Miss Marle Rlffe arrived -Saturday
evening from Waahlngton. D.C. to vis
It Louisa relatives- a. few days.
Wm. Carey la In Lexington- for a
visit to his sons and daughter, O. B.
and J. L. Carey and Mrs. Q. B. Rob
erta, . ; -
Mrs. RW. Kirk and son, E.W. Jr.
have returned : from Pennsylvania
where they spent several weeks with
relatives. .
Mrs. E. T. Westlake and children
went to Mossy Bottom Saturday for
a visit-to her father and other relatives.-
' '.
Mrs. Jennie Conley returned from
WBlllamson, W. Va., where she was
the guest two weeka of Pr. G. T. Con
ley and fttmlly. -
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Haws and son,
Rusaell of Ashland were in Louisa
Saturday and on Sunday attended the
8e reunion at Walbrtdge, -.
Mlsa KUsle See of Jenkins, who la
spending her vacation at her horns at
Wnl bridge was the guest this week of
Mr, and -Mrs. W, W. See.
Dr. C. F. Anderson left Saturday ev
ening- for -tils -homw-wi' -tn-stnart -
spend a few daya before going to Chi
cago where he will do university work.
HI Williamson' And family" stopped
in Louisa Saturday for a few hours
atay. They were ; returning r to their
home In WUUamaon from visit-te
Pikevllle. . , : . '. -
Judge and Mrs. Blllle Rlffe and son,
niaiQ r air.
Mrs. J. C. Thomas and daughter,
Mlas Katherlne, and Mlsa Elisabeth
Conley will go to Jenkins Monday to
' attend a house party given by Mrs.
J. J. woiinauii. .
Mias natnarms
Frees . returned
Monday from Williamson,' W, Va.,
where she had been attending me Mm-
go county teacners institute, as mu
sical airector,
A. J. Evans and wife, ot Blalne,hav
returned from a visit ot. thres weeks
to Ohfo and Ashland.. Ky., visiting rel
atives. They were In Loulaa Monday
their home In Huntington -Saturday
after a few weeks' visit to Mr." and
Mrs. Tlem McHenry.
Revs. J. D. Bell and J. B. Horton
returned Sunday evening from Wil
liamson, W. Va, where they attended
the annual session of " the Western
Virginia Conference.
Mrs.- Walter Carey of Kenova, W.
Va., and Mr. J. E. Hughes of Yates
vllle, were In Louisa Saturday. Mrs.
Carey has been visiting bar brother's
family at Yatesvllle. ,v-
Miss Willie Shumate ot Glenlyn, Va.,
Mlas Frances Burgess of Huntington,
W. Va., and Mr. Tom Shumate of Ir
vine, Ky., were guests this week of
Dr. T. D. Burgess and family.
Rev. B. M. Keith, who had been at
tending conference at Williamson, V.
Ya came down Sunday and was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Yates on
hla return to Fayettevllle, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs J.L. Richmond and
aon, George Burgess Richmond, ' Mr.
Augustus Snyder and Mr. T. J; Sny
der motored to Ironton, 6., Saturday
for a few days' yleU to relatives..- ...
Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Woods had as
guests Inst week Mr. and Mrs. A. Doty
and three children and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Woods and six children of Ash
land. They returned home Friday. .
Mr. and - Mr. F. P. Neiklrk and
nephew, Emmett Carter, of Nel
sonvllle, Ohio, were guests the first
of the week of Mrs. Nolkirk's brother,
Judge Billy Rlffe. and other' relatives
here
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. D. Wallace wont
to Winchester Tuesday for a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turner. On Wed
nesday the birthday anniversary of
Mis. Wallace and tit llttlo Miss Phebe
Loulso Turner was celebrated. '
- Mrs. Angle Chllders of Clinttaroy,
W. Va., was In Louisa Monday return
Ing to her home after a pleasant visit
to her sister, Mrs. TIhIiIo Vanhooso at
Henrietta.. While- here she called at
the NKVVS olTice and paid her sub-
scrlptlon and that of her Bister.
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C. A O. VETERANS-. ; ,
Mr. S. J. Justice, Mr. and Mrs.' Jas. L
N, Marcum and daughter. Miss Fa-1
dana. and Mrs. F. A, Millard drove oveTj
lu CTUiiiuiKiuii hiiu KLiirmivu me meet
ing tif the- Cheaapeake A Ohio Rail
way Veteran Employes Association on
laat . Saturday. ' At the meeting; $62
members registered.
Lunch was served at the Chamber of
Commerce building by ladles of the
Eastern Star and following it those
whoca:ed to brave threatening weath
er were given auto rides over the city.
While dinner was In progress 44 prizes
of merchandise donated by Hunting
ton merchants were awarded.' At each
plate there was a number and corres
ponding numbers were drawn from a
hat. The prises ranged in value from
IS t $22.60.
airs. Marcum neia tne numoer mat
drew a hondssme table gas lamp worth J
(22.60. Her daughters ticket entitled
her to $5 worth of bluing.
j NOTICE.
Tire Street Improvement Committee
of the City Council, Louisa. Ky., will
meet at the cltv hulldlnor Frldav. Sent.
18, 121, at' 8 o'clock a. ml," "and"'wilf f
iruro i lis puim pivcvfu in inspect com- I
ntatMl . itliMt nAVlna ImnrnnmiHit - tit I
Lady Wellington Btreet from Pow-f
hattan to .Niadlnon, cost as shown by-j
City Engineer's report $5,602 per front!
foot, and sewerage, '
Lady Washington from Madison to
Main, cost $5,483 per front toot, and j
sewerage. ... I
Lady Washington. Main to Perry,
$6.6305 and sewerage.-.
' Powhattan from Lady Washington
to Pocahontas, $$.895 and sewerage.
Main street from Lady Waahlngton
to Jefferson, $6.6428, and sewerage.
Owners of property liable for the
cost of the Improvement and the contractor,-
J. L.. Richmond, may appear
and be heard before said Street Im
provement Committee as to whether
the work has. been -done and th cost
thereof estimated In accordance with
plans and specifications and the con
tract therefor. Any protest against
the acceptance of the Improvement or
tha estimate of the cost thereof must
be In writing." : '
Signed T. D. BURGESS, . .
' Chairman 8. I. C.
i AGENTS WANTEDi Lady or gen
tleman agent to handle city trade In
Louisa and other vacant cities. This Is
a wonderful opportunity as you -will be
retailing the genuine J. R. . Watklns
Products, Including Watklns Cocoa
nut Oil Shampoo, Garda Face .Powder,
Fruit Drinks and 137 other products.
Write for free sample and particulars.
THE J. R. WATKLNS CO , 68 Mem
phis, Tenn. - - . 2t-pd.
Stock Law Election.
' Notice Is 'hereby given that a poll
will be opened in Catt voting precinct.
Lawrence county, Ky., at the regular
November election 1921, for the pur
pose of ascertaining the will of the
voters of said precinct upon the ques
tion whether or not they . wish cattle,
horses, mules, sheep, goats and hogs
to run at large In said precinct" -
Given under my hand, this August
27. 1921. WM. TAYLOR,
Sheriff of Lawrence County.
4t-to9-23. . V - "-
FRESH HEATS
AND '
GROCERIES
We 6c!Ic:t your trade in this
line anJ will endeavor at a-'l
times to serve you in a satis
factory r.nr.ner. Ye stay in
the fresh meat business at
all seasons :-: :-:
L0UI3A
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The latest creations in these lines for fall
are now on display in our store. Don't
wait for cooler weather. This. may come
suddenly a n d catch you unprepared.
Choose your outfit right now. Prices very
moderate. - r v
Department Store
LOUISA, KENTUCKY
uildiiigSiippIo
vare,
We still have oak flooring in stock, $33 per thousand.
Galvanized and Rubber Roofing 3 and 5B Crimp.
Just received a car load of cement. '
Gas Stoves and Fixtures of all kinds. 'it
.Furniture, Mattresses, Beds, Etc; '
Paints, White Lead, Varnish, Oil, Etc.
Price right.
LOUISA -
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Mr. William Waldeck
and Mlas Lillian Brunk, both of Hunt
ington. Mr. ' Waldeck is the -son of
Dr. G. N. Waldeck and nephew of Mrs.
T, 8. Thompson of this place. . "
New Brunswick Reco rds
RECEIVEI) EACH MONTH
COME IN AND LET US PLAY THEM FOR YOU
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Brunswick
SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS
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Plays any Record. Will Play Edison Record x
as good as an Edison Machine.
Priced from $65 to $250
If you are thinking of buyon a machine ba sure and
see this wonderful machine before yea buy. s
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Watchmakers, Jewelers, Statior.crs
LOUISA
iniitiniiRiiiiiiiMitfiti
Furniture, Etc.
KENTUCKY
THE WALTERS BUILDING.
Work on the new building being , '
erected by Dr. C. B. Walters was stop
ped about two weeks because of de
lay in receiving steel beams. They
have arrived and work has been re- X
sumed. X
TALKING
MACHINES
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