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Friday, OotoW 14. 1921.
Brand New Line' of
Friday, Ootobsr 14, 1921.
last rridmj.
Circuit Court
Go to Moor AOJurton'i for roofing,
rossost. door and window 1-T-U
L W. Kirk and family are oeoupy
tag room over Wellmaa and Rifle'
tor, i
A oar tamd of Brdsell wagons, gsara,
tad akMiu, M pre war prlcaa. Aug
uatiia Snyder. ,; ,,.l--tf
' Dr. Ira, Wellmaa will mora from
Loulaa to Coal Hirer wbera ha will do
mino practlc.
FOR SALE OR RENT) 4 room eat
' toco on Lock avenue, la good repair.
Bm a J. CARTER, Loalsa, Ky. tf
FOR SALE 0 FARMS., all aise.
', prices and term raaaonabla, ( Wm. T.
BENNETT, Minford. Scioto eouaty. O.
, . d-l-l-M
AALARTl tth vreek and aspenae to
ma or woman with rig to introduce
Muroka Era Producer, fcureka Mfg. Co.
Hast BL Loula, Ill ' -pd
My ear of apple la her and .being
unloaded faat. Do not expect to have
any In oar after Friday, but will have
com la atoms. JAY H, NORTHUP.
I am agent for all magazines and
wUI appreciate your aubscrlptlon, new
or renewal. . . . ,
"W have a yoke of good work steer
year old, which w will place with
reliable party who can uae them until
next aprlng for their feed. ,; DIXON,
MOORM CO. ''; . -"- 4 "
Mr. and Mra Fiaher 8caggs of
Wayne, Mr. B. L. Marcum and daugh
ter, and Mlaa Besalo Marcum of Ce
redo. W. Va, motored to Loulaa and
apeal the day with relative Sunday.
lY,f. Saucier and family have mov
'.4 from Mr. Betty Pigg1 cottage on
.'. Madama atreet lo room . at I. M.
Mount' realdenoe. W. K. Berry and
family will occupy the houae vacated
by them.
Th PoHer She Company, Cincin
nati. Ohio, will dlaplay the advanced
anode I" both footwear and hoalory
at the llrunawlrk Hotel on Monday.
lTih Wa believe an Inapec-
...... of ur Una thla aeaaon will bo ot
"J ZeiSS. Mr! L. Franken
1 will be In charge.
3pscial Orchestra
I Ok. JllU V11IJJ
'V;.7.::'- 7:00P.M.
' 2:30 and 7:00 P. M. ; ' f
If 123 Louisa people will buy their round trip
tickets arranging to all make the trip on the '
same dav on the morninjr train, Mr. Gettier
will arrange a special
1. e1
leaving Ashland ai iu:d r. m. r
;ct3 on Sale Saturday, Oct. loth
Come in and let me play
them for you.
FROM $25.00 TO $275.00
10 Models to Select From
Display Room Second Floor
0. J. Carter Department Star
I wlab through the NEWS to express
my gratitude to tho many friends who
ao freely rendered help, and tho kind
worda spoken will be like an oaala in
the desert in my memory, while I am
paaalng through the vale of aorrow on
account of tho alcknea and death of
my dear wife. : May the Lord bleaa
you all. ' M. Q. BERRY.
It I reported that Fred Muncy, who
! now under Indictment for nignway
robbery, held up and robbed Marahle
ur.hh. of Plurrlm In thla county laat
week. Muncy wa out on bond. Some
time aeo he ran away from ine; nia
bond given on a prevloua occaalon waa
forfeited. J. C. Fletcher and J. H.
Muncy were hi bondsmen at thai time
and Fletcher went to Virginia to bring
him back. Ha waa given oona again
and eomo lx men from Pilgrim were
n i h bond. Ho took about nrty 001
. . ur.kK U nnl
lara in money iryw. "
been recaptured a. yet.-M.rtln C.un-
ty Advertiser.
ITlWIIUttJi vvn Ja 0
train on the return trip,
A a V-k -mm
J. K. Fuller waa her from Adeline
Monday. - " '. ' v ' - '
Eugene Wallace, of Clifford, Waa1 In
Iioulaa Monday. .A .,-
Wert Kitchen,, of Dennia, wa In
Loulaa Baturday. '
' ' Mra. Jaaper Meek, of Henrietta, waa
In Loulaa Tueaday.
Andy New of Chattaroy, W. Va, waa
in Louiaa Thuraday. ,
Mr. and Mra. A. R. Plummer(wer la
Huntington thla week, ''
JF.' W. Elgin waa her from Mayavllle
a few day kurt week. . -: r 'y
a bualnes vlaitor In Loulaa Thuraday.
a bualnea In Loulaa Thuraday1.
Mra.. Jack Vox and eon, John, of Ol
iver, are gueata ot relative here. 1
Mr. W. B. Clayton ha returned
Helller where ah hold a poaltlon.
R. C. McCluro returned Tuesday ev
ening from Frankfort and Lexington.
Mia Eata Thompaon of Ellen U tho
guest of her alster Mr. D. B. Adam
Mra. Betty Plgg and Mlaa Llasle
O'Neal of Buaoejrvllle, are hero, thla
week. ; , . ..- : t '
Mr. and Mr. J. M. Mount have re
turned from a vlalt to frienda In Vir
ginia. , ''
Mra, Bella Wright of Carcdo; W. Va
ha been, visiting her aiater, Mr. Jaa
Vinson. : ' . ; . 'V ' ,;i
Mr. Ethel Peter and children have
returned from a vlalt to relative on
Llttl Blaine,
Mrs. T, L. Muncaater and children
of Wayland are guest of her, father,
Mr. J. W. Tate. -
Mr. and Mr. Sam Dock Smith vOf
Huntington were gueat Sunday of
Loulaa relatives. ',
Mrs. J. J. Johnson of Jenkins spent
Sunday In Loulaa with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Carey. - '
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Shannon, of Iron-
ton. Ohio, were gueata thla week of
relatives in and near Loulaa. , V
Mra Carl V. Martin ah 1 children
came down from Palntsvllle Friday for
a visit to O. B. Carter and family.
Dr. and Mra I B. Dean of Prlch-
ard. W. Va- were hero ' Tueaday . re
trains- home from a visit tc .wlatlve
at Madg.
Mra Ida McElrath Woodward, of
Tenneaaee. has been the guest of Mrs,
J. F. Davla and other Louisa relatives
several days. '
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Conley. N. B,
Conley and Misses Elisabeth and Em
ily Conley motored to Cincinnati and
spent the week.
Mrs. E, M. Clevenger waa here th
drat of the week from Overda visiting
friends. Her son. Leo, entered school
In Louisa Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. I Pamron ot Lo
gan w. va., ana Mr. ana ra ijucnui
Smith of Dunlow, W, Va., are gueata
of Mrs. I U Klnser. . ,
Mlaa Esther Sprague arrived a few
day ago from Minnesota. She wa
called hers by the illneas of her moth'
er, Mra. Mattle Dixon. , . . - j .;!
Mr. and Mra. J. K. Miller of Canal
Winchester and son, H. A. Miller of
Cslsmbu:. OhHs. wf ntmtm thla week
of C. L. Miller and family. . . ,
Mrs. J. N. Anderson, of Wales, and
little grandson, Lawrence Bowe, were
In Louisa Monday. They had been
vlaltlng, relatives at Potter the past
week. .." '' ''
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Hayes and daugh
ter. Pearl, Mrs. Jchn Hayoa and Mrs.
C. C. Dixon motored down from Char
ley last Monday and apont the day In
N. B. Conley and A. H. Snyder went
to Eminence and attended tho wed
ding on Tueaday of their achool friend.
Jeff Harrla of Lexington, formerly of
Nolan, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rucker. who live
near Huntington, w. va., were in
Loulaa Friday, accompanied by their
neice Mra A. Fraaler. of Fort Qay,
W. Va. They were gueata a few daya
of relatives In Fort Oay.
A. H. Snyder. Mrs. Augustus Sny
der, Miss Alva Snyder, Mr. and Mrs.
J. U Richmond and little aon, George,
and Jas. B. Hughes will return the last
of the week from Cincinnati. They are
making the trip In the Richmond car.
Mrs. W, T. Woods and little son.
Billy, came In from VeaMe for a visit
to relatives. . On Saturday evening
they went to Klse station with Mrs.
A. O. Carter and son, Philip, where
they were guests over Sunday of Q.
C. Burgess and family.
Mrs. Frankle Rowe, ot Hartford, N.
T arrived last Saturday to spend the
winter with her slater, Mrs. F. T. D.
Wallace. Mlaa Hermla Northup, who
had been visiting relatives In Hartford,
Buffalo and New York City, returned
with Mra. Rowe, stopping In Ashland
on her way home.
Mra. R. L. Vtnso went to Clncln
natl last week and on Friday had her
tonsils removed. She was able to leave
for Gary, Ind.. yesterday to visit her
alster, Mrs. Walter Morris. From there
she will go to Battle Creek, Mich., a
little later; Mr. Vinson haa returned
The Cliffo, Boiler & Machine Co., of
Louisa will put In a branch plant near
Red Buah to do repair work (or the oil
operators. Thla will serve a large field
much more promptly on the greater
part of the work. . .
J. M. Mounts will build a brick res
ldence on Lady Washington on. the lot
adjoining his residence and It will be
occupied by a family from Williamson,
W. Va.
. Mlaa May Johnaon, who la attending
school In Louisa, spent tne week-end
with her Da rents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Johnson In Williamson. .
By defeating th New York
Americana Thuraday 1-0, the New
York National ball team won th
world' championship. They wen
five out of eight games.
J j L
Come in and see our samples of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes.
Made to your measure.
I am very happy to learn that my
esteemed friend.. Rev. W. J. Simpson,
p D, of Lexington, has accepted the
call to become my successor as pastor
o( the First Baptlat Church. Dr.
Simpson rank high In the Baptist
Brotherhood of Kentucky, not only for
his pulpit ability but as an untiring
worker. He has certainly brought
things to paaa at the Memorial Baptist
Church in Lexington of which he has
k,n na.mr for nearly four years.
. Dr Slmpaon received hi preliminary
education at a military achool. then he
graduated from Center College at Dan
vllle. and later from the Moody Bible
Institute at Chicago. - - "
'Not' the Baptist people alone, but the
eMire city of Loulaa is indeed fortu
nate In having as a citlien thla moat
excellent gentleman, whose culture and
..ir,n will add much to the
clVlc aa"""well aa the religious me 01
Lovely Louisa. ' . " . .
If "distance lenas encnnniiirem
the view" then I appreciate u -
tlful "Queen of the Big eanay o
more In this far-away city man i um
when I waa one of her humble cltlaena.
Ood bless Louisa; may she "flourish
like the palm tree ana grow u
cedar In Lebanon. . , ,
. M. E. CHURCH, :"
' - , Sunday School Class.
Mrs. Ida Cummlngs desires the mem-
h if w Kundav school cioas .io
meet at the home of Miss Marie Hale
on Friday evening, October 11, at 7
o'clock. ' ' ' ' '
Reception at M. E. Church
A aood sized crowd attended the re
ception held at the M. E. Church on
Tueaday evening. ' The opening ad
dress was made by Mr. R. C McClure.
Songs and recitations by the children
vers enjoyed and the music waa fine,
among the numbers being a quartet by
O. C. Atkins. J. M. Cain, T. O'Neal and
F. L. Hagerman.
The church was beauuiuny oecurai-
d with potted plants and flowers.
RcfreshmenU .f caKB ice crau
rf nerved at the parsonage.
The occasion was enjoyed oy an wm.
attcndei). ' ':',"' ;'. V . .
c f.r iinrliur the new conference
year our church has been doing well.
The Sunday school Is moving along
nicely with a good attendance. The
Sunday school has a corpa of good
teachers for both young and old. The
church services both morning and
night' are weU attended. This la Rev.
Rir third vear and he is anxious that
his year be made the best or nis
lorate here. He la aoing some
lont nreafhlnir at each of the services
and hi sermons are worth listening to
and you will go miles before you can
hear a better sermon inan x. "
preaches. We have a splendid church
building, comfortable pews, a good
choir and with the earnest co-opera
tion of the membership of tne cnuren
V. AND ;
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 ::
ahd Sweaters
': -'for
You must look at these new; things." They are,
worth seeing and buying. :'-. -- v ,
Gossard Corsets t
. .V-, ' ., . . -......,'
i " i . ' 'if' i.
. " . t . .
The fall and winter lines are now on our
shelves. They give women the most stylish
appearance and are always comfortable.
v .. -4'.''J :.....'
Department Store
this year can be made the best in its
history. The pastor can't do It all, no
matter how well he does hi part, so
let us co-operate as one for a better
Louisa, and that it may be known tar
and wide aa a town of piety and re
ligious Influence,
This church extends a general invi
tation to all who do not worship else
where, to come and make one among
us; your presence will be appreciated.
and to any stranger that may be a so
journer her over Sunday, we extend
you a cordial invitation, If you care to
come our way, both to the Sunday
school and church services. Come and
take part and be one among us.
Woodson Diamond of Waynesbnrg,
Ky, waa the guest of George Kirk and
family this week. He Is also visiting
relative near Louisa. He is a son ot
W. I. Diamond, who moved to Waynes
burg some years ago.
Women's Wear
ing Apparel,
At the Lowest Prices
Now prevailing in the
city markets.
Havino failed in our efforts to
entirely close out our stock re
cently in th big sal w have
stocked up completely with th
newest, freshest and best bar
gains to b found in any of th
markata. :
Justice's SiLoire 1
Oak Flooring, $30
3 and 5 v Crimp Galvanized Roofing
Cement, Doors, Windows ;
Just received' a car of Rubber and
. Slate Surface Roofing
What about that Gas Stove?' We have
. - them-all sizes and prices
..-A- NOTICE. '".''
Notice is hereby given that pursuaat -to
the written consent ot owner of
more than two thirds of the capital
stock of the Lawrence County De
velopment Company, a corporationavnd.
t ursuant to the. resolutipn of a stock
holders meeting held on' September x.
1(21, the corporate existence ' of tha
Lawrence. County. Development Com
pany has been terminated and It la
winding up Its affairs, and R. D. Hln
kle, Jr., has been appointed its trustea
In dissolution. , '.'. '
Wltnesseth our hand this 20th day ot .'
September, 121.' ' t-27-4t
By William Heads, President.
, R. D. Binkle, Jr, Secretary.
At Richardson. Ky,- ,
Wednesday was Columbus Day, a le
gal holiday. 'Tha banks observed the
day by closing. '
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