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Friday, Octobr 21, 1921. Haaaa, BIG SANDYjjfEWS Friday, Octobsr 21, 1921., ish Coats, Suite 1 BIG SANDY NEWS xPer&oriaf Styh V ft -i M . i (Charley Hay and family have taken rooms at Flam McKenry's, . . Go to Moor & Burton' tor rooflng. content, door and window. XO-T-tl FOR REhlTi One furnished room, on Lock avenue. MRS., FLEM Mo- HENKY, : ', ... ' - . WANTED! A safe. I Call Eastern .Kentucky Lumber Supply Company Office. Louisa, Ky. . , ,- i It J. W. Halne ha moved to' Louisa and I Occupying one of the Snyder & Conley houses on Pocahontas-st. The first refund of Stat aid money on the Lock Avenue paving ha been mail to thoa who met th term. FOR SALE 40 FARMS, ail le. !"Tlcti"and forma reasonable. J..W111. T. J3ENNKTT, Mlnford. Bclplo county. O. T .;. : i: .-'.'... " d---: The attractive residence being built by B. B. Adam, adjacent to IV C. Me Clurv'a residence, lit neaj-lng cotnpls- K.' .-Sli.-.rt -r.a wif n-.cyid frorr. the J. F. Davl property to the resi dence vacated by McKlnlry o Perry street. : ? .. .''"..:' ' The Oranl Chapter of Kentucky Or der of Eastern Htar will open next Tuesday for a three day session at Owenaboro. . , , Mrs.' Lort Ross. aged it. died at her horns on Bolt Fork Tuesday. 8h Is survived by her' husband, on daugh ter, Mr. Burns Banfleld,. and a son. Fred ROss. : 3. It. Richmond has a steam hovel on lh Colltnworth-Ekers lot. ready to mak scavatlon for their new three-story building. It wrty hav a full ! basement fk. Mrhnni mnrn In R. L, Vinson's biri!d!n ta take r of public .hi overflow Is about ready and ' th. rieaks are on th way. Msm Mate Webb will be th new teacher. It would be appreciated If th young .i.i. m.h nti'itad nn a small a-ray kit ten in front of th parsonag would return It at one a w pns r7 much. MRS. J. D. BEUji Harper Preston, who recently had a f.utt ut off bv a train, ta atmoat ready iMna the Rivsrvlew hospital. Hi father. Eugen Preaton, was hers yes terday from Richardson to se mm. V-.'-Mlsae Elisabeth and Martha Tate ntertatnea . a nurawr m n !.-. . v , their home on Main street Wednesday avan Inr m honor of Mr. 'Jack Fox of t . Oliver and Mia Katherlne Thomas of Los Angeles, CaL Mis Esther Spragu of Minnesota .wtrM fw ntvH asro to see ner ' un Mama Dixon, who SUf fered a slight atrok of paralysis re- mmi v Mrs. utson a oroiner. . mr. Muau of Pennsylvania la also her. Mr. and Mr. J. K. Davl are moving Into their collage on Main i:ross-st.. to which they hav built an addition. Their old house Is being moved and work on th Colllnsworth-Eker build ing will begin at once. i , FOR SALE I Apples at my house at three dollars per bushel. Can deliver them at any post office In first aone or at any express station-on big Sandy division at an additional ooat of sev-enty-nv cents, r ,l-xl- - JAT H. NORTH UP. OLIOVILLE A revival will begin at thl placo the J4lh by Rev. Beany ana riyni. ;. Flixabeth Smith Is visiting MUs Ru by R. Brainard of this plac.' .nil Ruhv Rralnard. . Beu u'h rnriii. Lanard Watson and Craw ford ltralnard wer calling on the v i u . . frutnhiann fiundiv mornlnx. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cunningham I av ATsh ga Mins on Mr. and Mr. ' M. F Jame Prlchard waa at Yateavllle on day last week. n.vanil frnm here attended the fu neral services fit Mr. Moore on Long Branch. - - - . , Lawrence Prlchard waa calling on his beat girl at Yateavllle Sunday. Th cane stripping at Monroe Webb' 1 Monday night was largely auenuoa. I viririni Marie Hutchison soent Mon 1.1. .lh a.llh Mlia Mlllllt RaV Cun- v.nnia Vav Rucker snent Monday nlRht with Miss Beuian jane oruiw. - Several expect to go to Louisa ai I Shirley Marl Webb entertained sev 'oral quests Sunday evening. cvorahnitv rnmember the literary Vrlday nlaht and com. Let' hav a 'pal good old fashioned time.. ' ' THE PET syuUtKKJLa. I niuncii f M. E. CHURCH 80UTK. '.There will be no preaching next Surf y morning at this church, a th stnr will preaoh a dedication sermon Five Forks at that time. I - District Mooting. 'Tim Ashland Llstrlct Missionary 'otinir of the M. K. Church ,Kouth, 'ivened at Grayson, October 18. ' M. E. CHURCH, ; he Ladios Aid was entertained Wed day afternoon by Mrs. B. B3. Shan- with a chicken salad oourse for OBlimonts. ' ,, a. J?Ci r.f jRccord? ( ' ) RECEIVED EVERY MONTH . Come, in and let me play . . ' tnem lor you. :'7.-':. " , ' ' VICTROLAS FROM $25.00 TO $275.00 10 Models to Select From SOLD ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS D.G.QARTER IX)UISA,VKY. " Oiselsyi Room Send Floor J. srter's Department 8 to re 1HEZ ITEMS u'. ura r It Hale are in Lou isville. Kyv this week where Mr. Hale k. Min. in mnrMent the local lodge in th Grand Lodg of F. A. M. ( M. B. Colllniwortn or c-auetisourg. general manager of C. Crane Co, Is her thl week, looking after their tim ber Interest. .. Mr. and Mr. O. C. Richmond or tier. mil W. V.. motored over and spent Sunday with rsiatlvoa hero. -- Jack Crutcber aod Oscar atoore 01 Louisa, v were here this week' on busi ness :' ' ' ' . I .. . Kev. Plehny William ana wiie 01 Ashland ar conducting a aeries .of meeting at the. United Baptist church this week. " ' Mr. L Dempsey and daughter, miss n.mAtt fmrnm home Friday -aftr an absence of several days in Hunting- k Mra. DemDsev recently un derwent a very serious operation. They returned Bunaay to nunungiun wa will remain thcr for th winter. v. Soma or the orftclala of th unitea Fuel Oas Company made an tnspeotlon trip her this week... . . ' ' Th Christian Endoavor or me nm' n .i.hm.ii wnllv reomnlaed . ..x kv am havlnv the laraest at- tndnos they nav naa tor a numur of year. Th attendance naa arop nnn.M,., h) v durlns th WT leT lod but H now look a If tt would hav Its old time attendance and do the work that It dia in tormer years. SELF-RELIANCE " GOES BAIIXIIUPT Thin Blood Saps Energy ; GUde s fepto-Aiangan. ' Rebuilds the Blood. Wrestling with a weakened condition of th blood I a desperato struggle. Thin, Watery blood deprives th body nt iumr a nrl mum s. Diayed-OUt fel iu , man with weak blood has not the full i. ma utiiikjt utiAr exnauiHiiun. n nt hla nnwers. He lacks aecision and vacillate until he lose elf-on- fldenre. Unma'men. and women too. go fal tering along for month acarcely real ,. uh niifte'e Pento - IBina. L liu v m ' J -v.- . k. hinnH.imlMer. But when ii...- have taken it for a while, what a difference ther I In the feeling! The old-tlm vigor and the red-blooded hue of good health return. 'Th new rich blood .get to worK, Duuaing, lurmjr Ing, lifting the plrit up to its normal standard. Physician hav prescribed Gude's Pepto-Mangan for year as a blood-builder. Druggist sen It In liq uid and tablet rorm. uooa wr mo name -Oude's PeDto-Mangan" , oa the package. Advertisement ' .-I i r n fiartln of Ashland, was here huikv on his way to Ayersvllle. CaiNTER REVDLUTtONS IN i ;the foph, of square : I MEALS FROM AMERICA : ARE REACHING RUSSIA t i if-jtr . , Jas. H. Bkagg of Skoggs. was her Monday. - : .;,'..'. . Wm. Holbrook of Vessis, waa In Lou isa Monday. , ' . T. B. Layne of Auxler was tn Lou isa Tuesday, - ' , '; Mrs. Amy Courtney of Zeida was In Louisa Saturday. ... . ; Mr. J. J. Johnson or Jenuins is vis iting relatives here. . . ; '' ReV. Wm. Crabtree of GUdy, wa In Louisa Thursday. ' J. H.: McKlnater waa ' over . from Ft. Qay. W. Va.. Wednesday. tw ' TMnh.vii anil Theorldre Kinnes. of Buchanan, wer in Louisa Monday. I I. Richmond left Tuesday on a business trip to Pendletsn country W. Ura Art nm Harman and son of Cad mus, " were visitor In Louisa Satur day. ' ". " ... ' i" ''-, ; ' ..,' ns. Yiu mnA fAmllir mnrtored to Bolts Fork last Sunday and spent the Way. ''" flt,.a.ll Po In anrt afnrton ShrOUt RIO- ored to Huntington th first of the week. . ,..' , :-- : ' U..M. ' Uttrinn nt RlAlne ! was the guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Burton. '' s Mr. and Mr. R. C Sorrell and Mrs. Josephine Rice were In Huntington Sunday. . Ua ..rarl-UMlUII f. VMlaJL WSJI thi gtiest thl week of TlJ. Branham. r.a family, r--t-y . - '-- . i . Mn R. c. Burton ha returned from a vtlt to her mother at Buffalo, John- on -county, Mrs. Laura Atkins of Williamson, W. Va., wa th gueat of Mr. Zeb IJe. ton a few day. v . a . Tihnain anil little dsusrhter. KugeniaVhav gone to Lexington for a three weeK visit. : u t. rnni.v airl -man. Dick, returned to Cincinnati Monday after a hort yls il to relativea here. . r 1 1 nrnn m-A eamllv mntored to , , 1 . w wua . Coalton and spent Sunday with their daua-hter. Mr. Towler. ur. c T. Miller and children will go to Lexington within the next few days for a,. visit to relatives. : u. anrf Mn H:' R. Alexander and daughter. Mlse Helen, drove over from Huntington Wednesday ' .. u vto Prlchard and Miss Vlr gtnla Hager are guests of Judje Jay A. Vinson and family at uarren. t. ur.i.K and a-rand ' dauchter Frances Webb, will go to Webbvllle Friday for a few day vilt u w n Trevlltlan. Mrs. Ella Ad am and Miss Sue Bi-omiey were siop ping in Huntington Thursday. m. ' viia It ova returned Sunday from Ashland where she was the guest of her slater, Mr. t o. reiere. a rvnHtra visited hi aunt. Mr. lairM Rerrv at Ellen last week. He also visited relattvaa at Dry Ridge. u. mA Mra Plsm McHenrv ar In Huntington. W.f Va. for few day visit to yf. T. Howland and family. u a r" Mrriure. - who" had - been .v.. aniaai of her tiarents. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Snyder, iert ror ner notne ai nur (on, Va. . .. .:.-... w xr i ir.Hnlartn left Wednes day for Parkersburg. W. Va.,' to spend a few weeks with Kev. v liners anu family W. L Hay came down from the Magoffin county oil field Tuesday and on Wednesday went, to Ashland on business. "u t ii iniiirr and daushter. Jose Waiiaya of Weston. W. Vs ar rived a few day ago ior a vwii to nuu Isa relative Mra P. H. Vaughan and Mr. Jennie Cnniev hava rone to WlllUUDSOn, v. v re a twa weeks visit to Dr. G. T Conley and, family. ' .'.:Y. ' 'Mrs. FV ta Stewart wa In Ashland j... II J.,.hl.r Mlaa Vivian lUPajajr, ubhh.vi -- Hay left for a ten day visit to friend near Logan, w. va. Mr. Ida McElrath Woodward has 1 Minrned to her horn In Newport, - . T.nn . after a visit to Mrs. J. F. uavis and other relative here. - tj i TV Rail and daus-htef. Gwen were in Aahland Friday. He also went Anmrn Tuesday and was accompanied by hi little aaugnter, tunureu, ui.. r.i.Ia Colllnaworth Nf Falts- burg waa th gueat the first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. jay .uoinns worth. Sho left Tuesday for a visit In Ashland. I R. 8. Blllups of Washington, P. C, r, jj, miiups Ol namuirniuii, v. u.. h.n tho first of thit week, the of his mother. Mrs. Nancy Bil- WAB III:, . " .' - t nf his mother. Mrs. Nancy Bil tuns..-: He returned Wednesday to Washington. , . 7": ' v Miss Matlo Wallace and sister, Mrs. t ii itinera and little onucnier. jone- ' p'hln Wsvllaoe JolUfte. of Weston, W. . Va., were vlaltlng relatives and friends in Ashland Tuesday. ; . v I Mr. w T ilnatpr returned from a viait to relatives at Cadis. Ohio. ,'. Sh m .aiiAd to Charleston. W. Va.. Mon day by the illness of Mr. Heeter" sis ter, Mr. Dr. Martin,. , . . Mrs,. Sula RatcllfT and Miss Nancy Ratcllff came down from Clifford Tues day and were guests of Mr. A. O. Car ter. On Wednesday they went to Klae where Mrs. RatclirT .will spend a ,few weeks wtth relativea. y.. ; . Mr.' B.' L. Keith of .Hopewell, '.Va., was -in Louisa Tuesday the guest of D. O Spencer and family. He was on his way to California where he and his family will reside. She and their two children will Join him there with in' the next few weeks. Mrs.. Keith was Miss Bracio. Snow. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Carter and sons. Burgess and Philip, motored to VeBBle and spent Sunday with W. T. Woods and family. Mra Hester Carter went as far as Yatesvllle and wns the gust of Mr. and Mr. Edgar Rlffe for the day. . . . i .; - . 1 X ' IL ailswllll.tal - lsas HH1SSUITST00RDER Come in and look over our samples of Hart, SehaiTner , & Mark Clothes. 1 Made to your measure. ' DEEP, HOLE u. .. Mra Millard fihortt and daunhter attended church at thi place Sunday evening. Misses jcnxaoeiii' ' Austin were the Tuesday guests of the Misses Carter. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barker hav moved to their new home known a the Dewltt Diamond farm. Miss Geneva Vanhora of Ashland is visiting relatives at this place. ' Rev. McClung preachea an interest ing sermon at this place Sunday, ui.... Karon and Ylnrtnla Diamond df Mt. Pleasant wer visiting school here Friday. ' v F.lbert Austin was calling on Clar ence Carter Sunday. ' Mrs. Mollle. Taylor or ixiuisa was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ' Taylor Sunday. " , Mr. and Mrs. Ira carter ana mire ri.uhior of Louisa wer calling on horn folk at thl place Sunday, Misses Maxle UO J-iiiie iyior uu rtAnra-A Rurchett attended i uri.a a,,.. " . - l-slnging at Myrtle chapel Friday night. I Wm. P. Delong passea tnrougn I enroute to Louisa one day last week, r -U-. WaitAr. Remard and lira, ' Will Carter wer visiting Joe Carter Sunday. '." - . "' . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barker attended church here Sunday. ' Misses Leona and, EiixaDetn naye were visiting friends at Louisa Satur- iimj giHU ajin-it .1 - J- anil Qiinilav '.'-'-. 4 ' Sheridan Bay and Clarence warier were calling on Elbert Austin rTioay. n.it Diamond was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barker Sunday. . s ' ' Mrs. Ev Preede was in ijouiw rc oently. .' . , 1 iM r-ortr is on me sick uav. . Walter Bernard of Yatesvllle was at n DnWI,' KVid n V. DUI II.UI - - Wayne McGulr ana Ldge nice i ML rieaaant passed tnrougn nere m- .... ... . n Twin Tlrunch. uay riiiuu.c w " M'lu Lona 'Bays is contemplating . .t n Aahlnnd MOD.. ': ' '' . . There will be cnurcn ai. vms .v. .liI a..AmM in November by Rev. LaO MHIV WW..". - MoClurg at t o'clock. Everybody come Let us hear from atesvmw u Pleasant again. BLUE AND BKUn o't1 : ... notice.''? " vn.. la hoi-nhv arlven that pursuant to the written consent of owners of more than two thirds pr tne capnai u .r th. TAvrenee County De velopment Company, a corporatlon,and I ursuant to the resolution 01 a bk; maAtinir held on September 20. ii'ii ii,. . nnnnrAta existence Of thl i r-nnniv HeveloDment Com u,n vw .... - ... , pany ' ha been terminatea ana ii -i.i.. ... iia arralra. and R. D. Hln- tciiiuiiib kle, Jr., ha been appointed It trustee in dissolution. - Witnesseth our hand this 20th day of September, 1821. " s-"-1 LAWRENCE COUNTY DEVELOP MENT COMPANY. By William Meado, President . ' ,R. D. Hlnkle, Jr., Secretary. . ; At Richardson. Ky. . ATTENDED GRAND LODGE. ' O. R. Lewi. High Priest, of Louisa Chapter Rc-yi Arch. Masons, and Wm. Fu.kerson, ecretary of Apperson Lodsc F. ifc A. M., lefV Sunday for Lou.a.ille. to attend the Grand Lodge of ii Aonm in session there this week. FRESH HEATS . -AND' GROCERIES We solicit your trade in this line and tvill endeavor at all times to serve you in a satis factory manner. We stay in the fresh meat busuiess at all seasons :-: .' , '' LALIBERM QUEEIJ - LOUISA ICY. - cmd Sweat era ! .'... - ; -' ' . "for Women and Children We believe you will be surprised to find, as large and attractive line as we have in stock. It is unusual for a city of this size to show as complete a stosk. Call and see. MILLINERY . ? : .. " .'4 ' - Our Fall and Winter Hats for ladies,' t misses and children' are ready for you and we I j 1 . 1 ' asV - ?re connaent you win De pieasea. PGossdrdi Coy sets ' The fall and winter lines are row on our s, shelves. They give women the most stylish appearance and arc always comfortable. : Department' Store LOUI8A, KENTUCKY ADELINE 1 The people of this community were greatly shocked when they learned of the death of our neighbor boy James Ball. He was accidently shot and kill ed by Mrs. Sophia Church Saturday nfs-ht Jamau waa 'A. VArv hrffrht and promising young man and loved by all wno Knew mm. tie was ii years ot age. ; He will be greatly missed in the Tyre choir. Funeral was . conducted at Time c ha Del bv Rev. J. H. Cleve land Monday 10 a. m. The remains , iir-. lajri tn rMt In tha. famllv a-raiA. yard on Brushy Fork. The entire fam ily naa our aeepest sympainy. Rnv. J. H. Olevetnnd - nreAched here Saturday night and Sunday. ; ' sam Beuomy ana aaugnter return ea home Rundav after ' miendlnar a few day with relative at- Ironton. Miss Effle White of Kenova spent .a few days with relatives here. Mm Ttlll TtvAf and Mra AnHv'TlVAr of Falleburg attended the funeral of ttiHii)otttniinui i mmtttttt i 1 1 1 it ft T rTifliT PTP f IMP CiV .' - i '.' --w 7"- w .FALL GOODS IN OLL LINES. EV ERY DEPARTMENT INCLUDED. Women's Wear ing Apparel ;, At the Lowest Prices Now prevailing in the city markets. . Having failed in our effort to entirely close out our (took re cently in th big al we hav ; Mocked up completely with the nawaa. Mahaaft ' Anrf' bttat b!1' gain to be found in any of th t : .. , ......... 1 Oa!; 3 and 5 V) Crimp Galvanized -Roofing ,'"'-;.,;.' ''.'' "ri'',''. : : '".'""' V' '" '-'"-'' ; '",'' Cement, Doors, Windows Jusl; received a "car of Rubber . and ' Slate Surface Roofing What about that Gas Stove? We have them-all sizes and prices '. ,i i i , 1. - - J. ...... -"' ,.-'il ,- . v- - ' ' ... T h ' ' O '.ITT) t. .'.' LOUISA James Ball. '.:...'.'.";..-...'... . ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elswlck were vls ltirtg here Sunday. ; Mr. and Mrs. John Rosa and Mrs. Green Klnner and Mr. and Mra Allea Ross were the dinner guests of Mxa Curtis White Monday. ' Mrs. Fred Miller and daughter and Mrs. Wade Vanhorn were shopping lov Louisa Saturday. " Mr. Ira Vanhorn and children andl MIbs Amy'' Vanhorn motored to Ash. land Sunday and (Dent the day. John Elswlck of Louisa '.was th guest of Miss Golda Miller Sunday. Mrs. George Opell and Mrs. Katej Moore were here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Moore were visit ing on Newcomb Sunday. Mrs. Theodore Ruggles I numberedl with the -sick. '" ' ''' ' v . Misses "Goldl and XJertrude Milieu were the dinner guests ot Anna R Humphrey Monday. : Singing her ever Sunday morning; S &. m. , A LONELY STAR. ) ' I Flooring, $2 - m V- Nk lllll KENTUCKY '