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Friday, Mareh 17, 1922.
PAGE TWO BIG SANDY NEWS BBlEFJMsWS Englnnd and France have agreed to Dostpone the Genoa Conference to April 10. : Nineteen stock brokers failed In New Tork City during; the last two week of February. Unemployment In Canada at present 1j five to six per cent greater than at tnis time last year. . Mohammedans are building; a mos que in Paris, which will be the center if a Moslem colony. A world prohibition congress to be fceid In June is being; planned by the , Anti-Saloon League. Montreal's city hall built SO years go at a cost of one million dollars, was destroyed on March S. : Canada's present l'ailiament of 235 members will be increased to 245 as a result of the new census. The conference In Washington be tween representatives ' of Chile and Peru on the Ancon treaty will open April n. ; The American Federation of Labor has announced trat it will place IU own candidates In thi race for Con- greas, -. A new kind of influonsa, with com plications of Jaundice, has appeared In Poland. The mortality rate la hign. .The Tap treaty was ratified without reservation or amendment on March 1 by the Senate, the vote being 67 to For the first Umo In the city's hia totv New York' trues receipts and expenditures both exceed f 1,000,000, 000 in 1921. The House Appropriation Commit - tee has cut the requested approprla tion for navy fuel from $12,000,000 to 16.282.685. , ' The New Jersey Assembly has Just passed five bills designed to provide for the enforcement of. the State's pro hibitlon laws. A Japanese, Masahara Kondo, has Just securedTfrom Mexico a great tinn ing concession on the Pacific Coast And the Gulf of California. Abandonment 'of the Great Lakes I-aval Training Station Is being con sidered as a result of the Dlsarmi ' ment Conference In Washington. Dr. Wellington Koo, Chinese dele gate to the Armament Conference In Washington, and Mrs. Koo have sail ed from New York for Europe. . ' Assistance to the disabled veterans of the World War cost the American Red Cross approximately $10,000,000 during the calendar year 1121. Hubert Work, First Assistant Poat master General, has been nominated and confirmed as Postmaster General " to succeed Will H. Hays, resigned. Mrs. Emily N.' Blair, Democratic national committee woman from Mis suorl, has been appointed to .the na tional headquarters staff and will ' o associated with the Bureau of Or ganisation, the woman's bureau being discontinued as a separate unit. The city of Lemberg, Poland, Is to erect a monument to commemorate the . American relief work by the Hoover mission, the Bed Cross, and other wel fare organizations. Forty-five years after the invention of the ' telephone the United States, with only one-sixteenth of the popula tion of the world, has Jwo-thlrds of the world's telephones. The Bulgarian government has been able to recruit only 6,000 men for the volunteer army of 13,000, which the Allies have stipulated must be Bul garia's only military force. : An increase of more than $90,000,000 In the public debt during February has been announced by the Treasury. The increase was largely due to the Issuance of Treasury notes. 'Government revenues collected In January,' the first month of operation of the revised tax law, showed a de crease In receipts of nearly $65,000,000 compared with January, 1921. A, state of civil war exists between the Croats and the Italians at Flume. There has been ill feeling between the two nationalities ever since the cre ation of the tree city of Flume. "German soldiers who died and were burled on Belgian and French battle fields will probably remain on foreign soil because of the cost entaueo moving them to Germany.. Lady Rhonda has been granted the right to sit in the House of Lords, be ing the first woman In the upper house of the Brltisn -aruamm, .- tor was in the lower cnamoer. The Russian Soviet government has .k..ni its monoDOly of the salt Industry. Salt has heretofore been considered one of the most Important key commodities of the country. v v. Krohv. of San Antonio, Tex has been nominated to be Director of ih Mint on exDlratlon, March 1. of the term of Ray T. Baker, who has di rected the mint since February, 1917. William G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury under President Wilson, is ,r. to. New York City soon for Los Anireles. Cat., where he will make his home, continuing the practice of law, TTnable to move a railroad crossing nhifh had resulted In several deaths, the village of Roaehton, Ohio, moved Its entire population of eighty persons to another location naji a mite iru ih. nriiriml location. Townsmen as ststed each other In the moving, which took about a week. ..: Ratifications of the treaty between the United States and Columbia where by America pays to Columbia $25,000. 000 as compensation for the losa of Panama were exchanged In uogota on March 1.' Ruth Muskrat. a Cherokee Indian girl from Oklahoma, now a student at the University of Kansas, will go to China this spring as a delegate to t.ie World's Student Christian Fedeiatlon Conference. Reduction of the army to 115,000 en listed men has been tentatively agreed uDon by the subcommittee drafting the army appropriation bill. The pres ent strength of the army is approxi mately 187,000. Two carloads of mild-fed turkeys, chickens and geese were shipped from Iowa to England several weeks ago for consumption during the festlvl ties attending the marriage of Prin cess Mary and Viscount Lassetlos. President Harding in his llrst year at the "White House grantel twon'.y three full pardons to Federal prison ers. commuted one hundred and fifty. six sentences, and restored their civil rights to one hundred and twenty- four persons.. The British protestorate over Egypt has been terminated, and Abdel Khalek Sarvat Pasha, the new premier, has presented to the sultan hla cabinet list. The ministry will proceed lm mediately to preparing a constitution and to the election of a legislative as sembly to assume full political au thorlty. The Council of the League ot Na tions has Invited the Polish govern ment to call a meeting in Warsaw March 15 of technical representatives from Russian bordering Slates for a conference on plans to prevent infect ed persona from bringing typhus and cholera out of Russia when the win ter breaks up and roads become pass able. ' King George of England, through his attorney, has filed suit In the dis trict court at Fort Worth, Tex.,igalnst Preaident Harding asking damages of $1,079 for alleged nondelivery by the Rock Island Railroad of a shipment of corned beef during the war. The Pres ident is a party to the suit because the government had control or the railroad during the war. MEAD'S BRANCH . (Too Late For Last Week) .- Quite a, crowd from here attended church at Spencer's Sunday. . . L. W. Wells was the dinner guest of J. W. Judd Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs Willie Miller were the Sunday dinner guests of Levi Miller : Lon Moore and Charley Hlnkle and Jay left for Lackey where they have employment, Basil Hays was on our creek Sun day. . . Delta Meade was calling on Cosba Castle Saturday. BLACK EYES. Neighborly Repartee, "How did that bad little boy of yours get hurt?" "That good little boy of yours heav ed a rock at him." I The Business House which is to buy and sell successfully in any market 1 z requires the support and co-operation of a strong t Kanlr familiar with noota onrl srvinli firma anH T completely equipped for broad banking service The Louisa National is such a bank, long identi fied with the business interests of Lawrence and Wayne counties, with ample resources, and with its service strengthened and secured by membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. Our officers will be glad to discuss your business t X plans with you. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK LOUISA EKTUCIOr THE BANK WITH THE CHIME CLOCK OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS AUGUSTUS SNYDER. DR. L. H. YORK...... M. F. CONLEY ., G. R. BURGESS....... R. L. VIN80N DR. A. W. BROMLEY Preaident Vice Preaident Cashier Aaaiatant Cashier DR. T. D. BURGE88 ROBT. 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There are many reasons in addition to the unquestioned intrinsic value of the SPECIAL-SIX why it should be your motor car choice. You are urged to inspect this car NOW. MODELS AND PRICES 9 FfoGBfitG Light-Six . . i 5wcuW-Su '. Big-Sin ., III'W.I.WH, P. tmi.. lit' W. B.. tOH. f. T-Pmm.. W W. .. SO H. F. CKaasia. 875 Ctiaaaia $1200 O $1)00 Touring... 104J ToHiit.... ......... 147 Touring.... I78J CoupRA(2.P).. I37J C(4aT.:;: 2IM ..... 2700 Sao....... 1750 Sedan 23 W :' Lawrence Auto Sales Company THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR HUBBARDSTOWN, W.Va. OIHe Wellman of Fort Gay was here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potter were calling on the Utters mother, Mrs. Sam Meade of Hubbardstown. Misaes Anna and Beatrice Pickens were calling on Mias Adron Rayburn recently. Elzy Meade of Hubbardstown atlll makes his regular trips to Prlchard. Chris. Bellomy, Jr., . was calling on Elzy Meade and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Skeens were calling- on Mrs. Verna Hooser Sunday. Clarence Hooser waa in our town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hodge attended meeting at Little Hurricane Sunday. Clifton Lett wao a vieitur In our town Monday, Miss Opal Meade was calling on Miss Adron Bay burn Saturday. The sick of our community are no better. . ' Mrs. Kate Wellman is no better. Uncle Henry Skeens is on the sick list.. Mrs. Mary Meade and daughter were calling on Mrs. John Meade Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Skeens were on Little Hurricane Sunday. Bernard Pickens was calling on Wal ter Meade Sunday. GALLUP School Is progressing nicely at this place. , ' '. ''. ' The County Agent waa here and or ganized the agriculture club which was named Acme Agriculture Club. This name was selected by our teach er, Mrs. Addle Burgess and we as members and patrons should hold this club up to all this name signifies. The next meeting will be the first Friday in April. All members from adjoining schools are requested to attend as we are ar ranging a nice program. Our County Agent will be present, Come one and all and help to make this a, real live meeting. Miss Alice Fugltt, who has been pending some weeks with her sister at Catlettsbarg, has returned home and entered school again. Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Belcher nd CJclyer Fugltt were in Torchlight Sunday evening. A. 8. Uilkerson of Ofrutt spent a few days here this week looking after business. Paul McClure of Torchlight was ab sent from school Monday on account of Illness, but Is back with us now. Dud Ollkerson spent Thursday In OfTutt with his father. T. J. Burgess was In Louisa Mon day. Sheriff James Walter Young was here on legal business the first of the week. We are glad to see the steamer Da vis on the river. With high freight rates and only one railroad we see no reason why a good trade could not be built up. Our telephone line has been out of commission for several days on ac count of the steamboat knocking the the wires down. : , F. C. McClure transacted bualness In Paintsvllle last week. Borders and Copley, lock tenders at Chapman, spent Monday in Louisa. .. . :. OMEGA. JATTIE The meeting at this place waa large ly attended Sunday. Rosa Webb was visiting her moth er, Mra. G. W. Webb Friday. Henderson Thompson II slowly Im proving. Lora Thompson and sister, Lucy, were shopping at this place Thurs day. Leonard Watson and sister. Lizzie, have returned home from school at Louisa. ; Arnelee Shlvel was visiting the Misses Thompson Friday. Darner ' Johnson makes his regular trlpa to Caney, Virgil Wells and Tlvla Johnson were calling on Henderson Thompson Sun day. ; Robert Hlllman was calling on his beat girl Sunday. . Sheridan Thompson Is visiting rel atives at Louisa. Lolan Hlllman was visiting Miss Zella and Lena Thompson Sunday. Mra. Recle Hammond Is some bet ter at this writing. . Elmer Smith failed to fill his ap pointment at this place 'Sunday. John Hlllman attended church at this place Sunday, Tlvls Johnson Is contemplating a trip to Ollovllle soon. Maxine Thompson was shopping at this place Thursday. ,-i . Rebecca Wright and Opal Hammond were calling On Mrs. . Hammonds re cently. .-:.. .: Mary Lyons was shopping at, this place one day lastiweek. ' i Let us . hear from Ollovllle ' and Overda. TWO CHUMS. IN MEMORY The death angel visited the home of W. P. Caldwell and took hla beloved wife. Heater. She had lived a good christian life. She only lived a week after ahe took sick. She haa gone to meet her dear father and mother that hnd gone on before. She leaves a husband and three children and a step-daughter of the age of 14 years to be a mother for the little ones. She said she saw Jesus and said she was going to meet her dear ones. Her last word was Jesus, Mrs. Caldwell was a good neighbor and everybody loved her who knew her. We often said to her husband and step-daughter not to worry, but Just prepare to meet Hester In Heaven. Weep not, dear loved onea, but lust prepare to meet Mrs. Caldwell In a better world. She Is just over on the ahlning thrown of Ood waiting for her loved ones. She left lhl world with a sweet smile. A NEIGHBOR GIRL. z ... , Busseyville & Smoky Valley Church at this place Is progressing nicely with large crowds attending. Mrs. Marlon McCan waa shopping In Louisa Saturday. Mr. and Mra. Luther Terry were calling on Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mek Sunday afternoon. Miss Luclle Muncy spent Sunday night with Miss Oladys Meek. Johnny Dauran of Little Blaine at tended church at Smoky Valley Sun day night. Miss Hazel Muncy was calling on Miss Aldeen Meek Sunday morning. Miss Glatlys Meek was calling on Misses Hazel and Luclje Muncy Fri day afternoon. George McCan attended church at Lick creek Saturday night. Several boys from Lick creek at tended church at Smoky Valley Sun day night. Charley Adams and Tommie May attended the singing school at Adams Sunday. Mrs. F. W. Meek and little daugh ter, fllnrlys, nre expecting to go Williamson soon. Luther Laney was calling on F. W. Mevk Monday. Remember church at Smoky Valley Sunday night and everybody come. O L D I M. DR. FRED A. MILLARD DENTIST Offfe In Dr. Burgess Building Opposite Court House -Offloe Hoursi 4:00 a. m. te SiOO p. m. Office and Resldenoa Phone No. IIS DR. H. H. SPARKS DENTIST Office In Bank Block, between the twe banks, Louisa, Ky. Office HoureiSsOO a, m. to SiOO p. m. Special Hours by Appointment DR. W. W. WRAY OITice in realdence, the second dwell ing on the river front above River. vlow Hospital, Louisa, Ky., Phons No. 1pr2 Wry. f ir rT- ti . -1 1 r i . ' ' Nov. 6. 1921. FROM FORT GAY 'East Bound No. 4 Dally ,.j:25 A. M. No. Dally g;4o A. M No. 1 Dally .,,..,.1:15 P. 11 West Bound No. I Dally.,,.;... ...1:15 A. M. No. 15 Dally....... 12:61 P. M No. 29 Dally...... 6:15 P. M. Pullman Cars and Dining Car Service on trains I, 4 15 and 18. For rates, schedules and additional Information, apply to JNO. P. SMITH, Passenger Agent, Portsmouth, Ohio, or W. C. SAUNDERS, General Passena- to er Agent, Roanoke. Va, B.OOTHE BUSINESS SCHOOL The BUSINESS SCHOOL that owns its building. TUI TION never increased during the war. HUNTINGTON - WES TV IRGINIA BOOTH E CORNER : BOOTH E PHONE 1200 BOOTHE BLOQ. V i