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''ATP -j A 1 r"T r!"HT-PAC W'LY IN KfN'TC'KY TTr'.T:'- Ailvorinino ' Absolut t'-.cel ty to Evary Butmew. 1 ha Circulation of the B'0 andy New makes it the bct advsrtisino: medium. I M The Big Sandy f';ii wi!i bring your advertising into mora home for the iimi money than any other paper in Eastern Kentucky. j : .7 ' I -J Aut inveniam viam, aut faciam Velum. XXXVII. Number 2. LOUISA, LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1921. M. F. CONLEY and E. K. 6PENCE3, Publishers HO ITS n nanoAD ::zeti::g. AT LGUiSVILLE 8AYS OIL 6EPARATOR . INFORMER8 TO GET 110 WILL 8AVE MILLIONS FOR EACH STILL SEIZED Jlovcmcnt to Take Great Forward Step in Ken tucky. A big meeting waa called for Louis ville Thursday of thl week to further the movement fur good road" In Ken-, tueky. Uelegallone from every coun ty In the Htate were sought. The oc casion waa Governor'! day at the State Fair. " - " ' : , . The object la to formulate plana by which more money will be raised for the Btate road fund, and to put auch .n nrmniiatlon behind It that the Leg islature may be aided and caused to New York. Million of dotlara can The United State Government haa saved annually by the use of a decided to pay a reward of $10 to any device aim liar to a cream aeparator In person giving- Information lending to recovering petroleum that haa become, the seizure of a moonshine still. The mixed with water In the well. Ir. reward will not be paid to city, county Sidney Born of Muskogee, Ckla., told I or Btate officers, whose duty it la to delegate to the Petroleum section of the American Chemical Society's con ventlon here. give such Information without extra pay. The reward will be paid after seizure Dr. Born said the machine, which Is , of the still to the person giving infor- belng used with success In oil fields of ma Hon upon favorable action of the the Middle West, revolves at a speed of 17,000 revolutions a minute, break ing up the emulsions Into clear oil and salt water which are then drained off through spouts. MINGO NEGRO IS GIVEN DEATH FOR ATTACK ON CHILD Williamson, W. Va- Sspt, t. lUrry Lattlmar, a negro, was today aentenc- prohlbltlon commissioner at WhBhlng ton, to whom the local enforcement office reports recommendation for the payment. lslature may oe aiaea uu ' , hang October 17. for an of.'ense i 230,114 long tons of pig Iron In 1920. mko definite action on larger rou commjltrt against the i-year-old valued at tl.iuilll, or an Increase of program. ,i, will daughter of A. J. Varney of this place, U Is prolwMe that th me ng will waa 0 ommltted late yes terday, tattimar was arrested, indict ed, triad, convicted and sentenced within a few hours today. urge a bond lasue of fifty millions for road purposes. Mr. Ben 'Williamson, one of Eastern iiuut mnA tnnet success ful bu.lneea men Is chairman ol a oia-., JUDGE NAMED TO TRY CONTEST, trlct composed of vara! c0""". . judge J. C. Carter, of Tompklnavllle, headed a large delegation from Win dBlmted by Gov Morrow to district. I pre.lde orer the Floyd Circuit Court Lawrence county delegates who went -A,,,., -,. between C. 1 are a U Vinson, Ir. T. v. turm.. Augustus Knydcr. F. H. Yale. Ed W. Kirk and M. K. Conley. 1 hia la rennrded as the Janrest move mint ever atarted In Kentucky. There )u, been made a good atart on road building In Kentucky, and the Ice l sufficiently broken to make -the time ripe fr a great step forward. If Eas tern Kentucky Is to have proper stand ing In thee matters we must take a lively Interest all the way through. Cur people roust talk and work and co-operate In these movements. MRS. WAYNE WELLMAN DIES. We are very much grieved to learn of the death of Mr. Kebeoca Wellman if Itoute J. Fort Guy. W. Va. Mrs. Wellman was overcome by the much dreaded dtxiase known aa drop sy, rhe had livr Ur.g Hfo, being at her death K yarn of age. he had be n a devoted mother and had been memoer ot the Mistiionary Bspttst Friday In the cdVitest case between C. B. Wheeler and Judge A. T. Patrick for tit Republican nomination for Circuit Judge In the Thirty-first Ju dicial district. ' .. ( ........ . MOVED TO GRAYSON. The Grayson Journal says! J. Riley and family, of Richardson. Lawrence county, have moved into .heir new home purchased from B. M. Wylle. Mr. Wylle- and family have taken temporary quarters In the prop erly of Mrs. Ida Scott on Becond-at. ASIILAIID BOOSTERS L1AKE A DIG IHT The Ashland Booster came, saw and conquered. They arrived at Louisa at 7:(l a- m. Wednredny. carried by the churrh for m'.reT" 40 years. Hheja' tMl.hm -weiverMd the . . jt ",'L ' r " " .. - i Si i : T w FIlIICSCOGLS . c?53;.:o;;day Large Attendance Ularks the Opening of High and Graded Schools , -e Loulea'a free schools opened laat Monday with the largest attendance In their history ' 'The high school which aerves the county and city pupils had 56 in at tendance the first day1, with others coming- in". later.- The Maeonic Hall has been put Into good condition for the -use of this chcu! for the present year.. Profs, tiodby and Gilmer or ganlxedT the school very promptly and the work is starting; nicely. . The Louisa Board of Education has formally cloned the contract with them for teaching all county high school students, i Thy get free tuition and credits that are jeeosnlscd Sr. t!! col leges and universities. The (traded school Is considerably crowded and arrangements are under way tn rfllVA tha nstmroatli. Production of soft coal decreased I .-. H on. tnrmrix, xii.. nearly 200.000 tons In the week ending Clifford Wilson, is filling the vacancy September I compared with the pre-. caull(Hj bv tne resignaton of Mlag ceding week. The total estimated pro- I Maude Smith. duotlon for the week ending September I Xn Board of Education visited both KENTUCKY IS ELEVENTH IN PIG IRON PRODUCTION Kentucky ranks as the eleventh State iii- prvdUutiut'l of pig llvtl, iM.TWinns to the 1920 figures. Kentucky produced H per cent in quantity and of 62 per cent in value over the production of 80FT COAL OUTPUT HA8 .. 200,000 TON DECREASE TWO KENTUCKIAN3 KILLED WHEN BOMBING PLANE FELL Private Walter B. Howard, who was killed when the plane fell near Char leston, W. Va., Bept , was a Ken tuckian. His home was In Guthrie, Ky., and his father, Sylvester Howard, is a resident of that place. ' Sergt. Arthur S. Brown, who was among the three others who were killed in the accident, also was a Ken tuckian, his homeVbelng in Triplet, Rowan county. THOMAS H. PATRICK 18 NAMED DRY AGENT ProhiblUooDirector Bam Collins announced Friday the appointment of Thomas H. Patrick, of Balyersville as a Federal prohibition agent on his staff. He was sworn in and will be assigned to duty in the Eastern dis trict. Mr. Patrick was a deputy Unit ed Statea' Marshal during the incum bency of his brother, A. P. Patrick; as Marsha of the Eastern Kentucky dis trict several years ago. . t, was 7,67.1,000 net tons. PROMINENT MUSICIAN HERE. In our account of the Institute pro ceedtngs in our last Issue, the musical part of the program was only touched on lightly, altho It was one of the features of the annual event. Mies Katherlne Freese. a graduate of Dam roach School of New York City and at present a teacher at Bethany College, had charge of the music. Miss Freeee Is a talented musician. In both vocal and instrumental branches and cap tivated her hearers on all occasions in which she appeared on the program. Miss Freese da a native ot Louisa and well known here. Williamson (W.Va.) Republican. IIITCIHNS Rev. W. A. Hay and B. U Porter will begin a revival here September 10. Fred Vinaon of Louisa was here last week looking after his candidacy. John M. Wautth f Ashland was here last week shaking hands with friends , A large crowd attended the Carter ycounty fulr last week. '" K'nt Prle-hard of Awhlnnd Is on the aii'U Hat at this writing. Congressman W. J Fields was In our town one) day last week. Mrs. Lottie Savage Andrews has gone to Detroit, Mich., where aha will make her future home. Misses Lonta and Bess Savage will furnish the music for the revival which will begin here September 10. C. E. Kentner motored to Ashland Paturdny. TWO BY FOlTn. i i I J 5 IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at I 0 W L ATONE A-: ' (Convenient to Cinciruuiti) Sapt. 3rd to Oct. 8th Latonia Handicap, $5,000 tAdei, for 3-year-olds' and upward, one mile and a sixteenth, Saturday, September 3. Autumn Handicap, $5,000 added, for 3-year-olds and upward, six furlongs, Monday, September 5. Covington Handicap, $5,000 added, for 3-year olds and upward, one mile and fchree-sixteenths, Saturday, September 10. Fort Thomas Handicap, $5,000 added, 2-year-olds, six furlongs- Saturday. September 17. Luton i.i Chamoionship Stakes, $15,000 added, for 3- S year-olds, one mile and three-quarters, Saturday, Sep tember 17. ' Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for 3-year-olds and upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, Sep tember 24. Queen City Handicap, $iu,uuu aaciea, ror -year-cas, one mile, Saturday, October 1. fe r Latonia Cup, $7,500 added, for 3-year-old and tip ward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and a corresponaingiy iiDerai poi cv throvtrrhout mark a season of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike. The Fall Meet ing at Latonia has attracted the best borsea in training. Any day s program win vc worxn iravenng iiuics .o cc. ICEriTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB ' INCORPORATED : - LATOr.'IA, IIY COURSE REV. McELDOWNEY. Rev. U E. McKldowney of Charles ton, W. Va, lectured here Sunday af ternoon at the instance of the Chau sw "f - T-mptera. The beautiful new In the store at Cauiudi. SPUNK. HEWLETT, W. VA. Mrs. Garland McComas of EatlU was the week-end guest of Mrs. Cecil Hew lett. Mrs. EliBha Hooser returned home Tuesday after apendinc a week with her daughter, Mrs. Dixie Vanover of Lorado. Cecil Mulllna waa at Hewlett Sat urday. ' Llndsey Skeens was calling on his old friends at Hewlett Monday. , Miss Amanda Lester waa calling on Mra. Cecil Hewlett rFlday. Miss Katherlne Loar spent Sunday with relatives In Fort Gay. Mrs. John Damron ot Chattaroy was the week-end guest of her slater, Mra. BUI Burke.- - ; - - v Kidney Hensley was a caller on Hewlett Branch Sunday. lllll Burke was at Hewlert Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vanhooae and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Blltups. . Llndacv Skeens and Miss'Nellle Bll lups stteaded Sunday school at Mere dith Sunday. Vol Burke was calling on Cecil Hew lett Sunday. Bascom Hooser was a business call er at Hewlett Monday. v Charley Hatcher spent Saturday with John Hatcher. llarmle Billuns spent Sunday with hia best girl alwLoulsa. . Mrs. Ell Hatcher, wljo has been very low with typhoid fevor for the past two months Is able to be out again. SLEEPY JACK. the hleh school and the graded school Mnndny morning.. A few cltlzena aUo were present, which is a good indica tion of proper Interest. The complete renovation of the pub lic school building- gives the rooms a much more cheerful and cleanly ap-perance. M1SI LEAM FLIPPIN MARRIES IN VIRGINIA Announcements have been received as follows by Loulea friends of the bride: - Mr. and Mrs. Boda Lee Keith announce the marriage of . ' . their daughter Learn Flippin ; t !. Mr. James Bundy Haywood on Friday, the Ninth of September nineteen hundred and twenty-one Petersburi ;tergburg V irgin la BURNS-KLAPPERT. Mr. Hugh McClellan Klappert and his bride, who was Miss Anne Burns, daughter of Judge and Mrs. E. Burns of Lebanon, Va, will return to Wlnut Hills, Cincinnati, shortly after their honeymoon. The wedding was sol fcmnlted last week in the Methodist Episcopal Church. South. Lebanon Vn 'The bride is a graduate of Sullina Col- -f-se, Bristol, and wa a student of the Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, last year. ! She visited Louisa relatives on her way to school. PUBLIC SCHOOLS RECEIVE $661,994 FROM STATE FUND The first Installment of the State school fund this week was mailed to the treasurers of the various county, graded and city districts of the State. The installment totaled 1061,694.85, and the same sum will be sent out once a month for the next six months. The total school fund this year Is 3,970. 179.00, based ,on 3.10 per capita for 850,849 school children In the Btate. There has been no school cenmja in recent months. The figure on which distribution of the State fund Is based was determined by taking figures of the last school census and adding the average annual Increase for the laat six years.. CONVICT AGAIN ESCAPES. Hugh Bruner, Boyd county, house breaker, sent up last March for four years, escaped from a train in Wood ford county while being returned to the reformatory from a road camp. circuit court o?ek5i;extwee who waa recently discharged from the U. 8. army are the guests of their brothers, Oscar and Mollie Penning ton of thla place. Chas. Chaffing made hia usual call at Rev. Kltchen'a Sunday. Rumor saya the merry peal of wed ding bells will ring In our town soon. There will be a pie social and fish ing pond at Compton In the near fu ture. . : W. S. Pennington waa in Louisa on business Saturday. Dennle Chaffln waa calling on his sister recently. Mrs. Henry Compton want calling on Mrs. W. 8. Pennington one day last week. . - - . Luther Jobe was calling on Mamie Pennington Sunday. ... Oak Chaffln was the pleasant guest of Alma Kitchen Sunday. Mary Pennington and son, Mrs. Sarah and Effie Kitchen, Mrs. Stella Jobe and slater, Lula, were at Dave Kitchens Sunday evening. There will be a festival at Dermis September 10. Proceeds to build a bridge across Cat, Come and help good cause. Still send the NEWS as it always brings cheer and happiness to all. SALLY ANN AND TIN LIZZ. YATESVILLE Quite a crowd of your tedns-people motored through here enroute to the mouth ot Garner on East Fork to at tend a Masonic funeral on last Sun day. , We are still having plenty of -freshing showers at this writing.; ' A vaat number of miners who were at work In the coal fields of WeBt Va have returned home since the out break o fthe mine war. Quite a num ber of our neighbors who have return led talk of changing their business. They say they think they will quit the mines entirely and go to something else. A deputy sheriff by. the name ' of Sparks passed through here from the back country Sunday with two young men In tow. He Informed your scribe that they had been getting on the out side, of a little too much moonshine and he also said they had been guilty of carrying concealed deadly weap ons, either of which anyone can get along very well without. The earliest corn will soon be ripe enough to cut, the crop is excellent too. Mr. and Mrs, Burns Blankenshlp and Mr. and Mrs. Worth Blankenshlp and Mrs. Ralsh Blankenshlp were visiting the family ot James Prlchard of Tus cola Sunday. Jack Short's new dwelling hcuso, when completed according to the plans will be quite an ornnment In our vi cinity. News of interest Is very scarce this week. - COUNTRY GREENHORN. EVERGREEN Mrs. Clayton Thompson is no better at this wilting, Miss Hattle Thompson returned home from Louisa, Elmer Berry Is visiting ' Ulysses Thompson. Mrs. Kelly Frale and. Hattle Thomp son were shopping at Adams Thurs day. Rev. Burgees will preach at this place . Saturday night. Everybody come. Othle Thompson waa at Georges creek Sunday. . Mlxses Hattleand Jettle Thompson visited Mra. Green Thompson Sun day. " Mart Roblnett returned home Thurs day from Elkhorn. The regular term of the Lawrence Circuit Court will convene in Loulea on next Monday. The list of Jurors follows: m Misses Cassie, ui acT Ste '.-" ; Thompson, Madge and Marie C-j-i- day. HUNTINGTON MAN SUICIDES AFTER KILLING WIFE George Williams, 50, Bhot his wife, Fannie, J9, killing her almost Instant ly, fired the remaining bullet in his re volver Into his own body, and ihen fled, bleeding from the house and dis appeared Into the darkness at eleven o'clock at night Williams shot his wlfo following a quarrel In which she refused to take him back into her house. Her twelve year old son was the only witness. Mrs. Williams was born in Ashland, Ky., where a brother, Eugene Kice, still Uvea. She had been married pre viously and was twice a widow. Her first husband was Arthur Capchart of Huntington, by whom she had a son, iFred, now 18, who made his home with her. She had been married to Sher man Baker of Ironton, O. Williams' body was found dn the Ohio river. BLAINE EASTERN STARS ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR At the meeting of Blnlne Chapter No. 202, Order of the Eastern Star, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Worthy Matron, Anna Youns. Worthy Patron, Tommy Hackney. Associate W. M., Cynthia Kouna. Conductress, JIattle Wellman. Associate Coml., Sarah Biwliop. Secretary, Georgia Bishop. . Treasurer, Saccie Carter. Adah, Ethel Osborn. Ruth, Jlintie Berry. "' - Esther, Ruth Monre. 2 COUNTRY JAKR3. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was one of the greatest thinkers that America has ever produced. His max ims are household words today. In advising young fellows he said: "Save, young -man, and become re spectable and respected. It is the sur est way." '? ".'-"v.-'. We pass his advice along to you with the invitation to open your account at WHAT DOES THE REAL FARMER LOOK LUCE, ANYHOW? THE Ol D CARTOONIST'S l 1.K Ol- lll.U . , The city nawspapor. cartoonist likes to picture the farmer a chap with Eillygoat whisker and a corn cob pipe. ,, -. But the new cartoonists are 6e ginning to see that even If there ever were the extremes we used to see in the papers, there is a new far mer developing. . The newt cartoonist has noticed that tlx: new farmer has a good deal in him of the type of the alert business man of the growing cities. He may go around the farm in overalls just as a peperful city man gdes about in short, sleeves and old suit, but when he is away from the btisinesa. he is prd'y UP to date. . Cartoonist Plmnb herewith present t!ir old and new. THE NEW FARMER AS . TI.UMI! SEES IIE.l.