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Friday. May 12, 1922.'
PAGE TWO BIG SANDY NEWS of West Liberty brought their sick mother to Royalton on a boat from n Salyerevllle Sunday evening. They left on the morning train Monday for a hospital where the alck woman will undergo treatment. She haa been alok for soma time and la In a aerioua con dition. John Stone Drowned. John Slone waa oomlng down the river. Monday In a Jack boat with hla wife. When near Eureka be ran In to a raft and waa drowned. Mra. Blone fortunately landed on' the raft and eacaped Injury. . - , Beat Eatata Deal. H. C. Stephens, circuit court clerk, bought this week from W. O. Fleu of Ashland the two acre lot near the Cllne property on Highland avenue. Mr. Stephens expects to erect a hand r some residence on this lot soon. Pres- tonsburg Post. : They are Good! Buy this Cigarette PIKEVILLE IMulMns-Young. Mr. W. V. Young of Plkevllle and .Hiss Lillian Mulllns were qultely mar ried at the home of the grooms sister, Mr. and Mrs. -Ireland Pauley April 28. The bride Is the charming daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Mulllns of Elkhorn City. The groom has been actively en gaged in the stock Industry of this section. They left for Cincinnati and other ' points. Johnson-Hamilton. ' W. Hamilton, of Etty, age 35 an ex-soluier. and Miss aionta Johnson, age 34, daughter ot the late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson of Etty,. were Joined in the ' holy bonds of matri The wedding took place In the pres Once of the many friends and relatives on Wednesday, May 1, at the. bride's some. They will take a few days sojourn among friends, after which they will . go to housekeeping on a farm near Etty. Made In Jail. M. C. Coleman and John Milton Lamb, held In Plkevllle Jail on charge 'of violating the prohibition laws have been operating a successful tapestry business as a side line. Each day, displays of elegant tapestry are on exhibition at the windows of the Jail for these two men are crocheting or weaving beautiful centerpieces, dress er scarfs and other designs on a frame or their own contrivance, aided by a fellow prisoner. These pieces of tap estry retail at from one to five dol lars each. D. J. Vanhoose Sues. ' v Judge Roscoe Vanover died suit Tuesday In the Pike circuit court for Dan J. Vanhoose against the C. & O. railroad for the loss of a leg near Elkhorn City a year ago, while em ployed as conductor on defedant's freight train. During the month of April one hun dred thirteen suits were filed by cir cuit clerk D. C. Moore. This is new monthly record of litigation in Pike county. Mr. and Mrs. Marrs Here. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Marrs of near Mossy Bottom were in Plkevllle Tuesday. Mrs. Marrs was here to re ceive medical attention for her throat. Mr. Marrs Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marrs, who are well known In the Sandy valley. These two venerable people have well passed their three score years and ten but yet are able to Popul an JL with 3 genuine . duetto Now at alt Dealers blades like feiiiette X W . BUdee y mr. nov. is. 1904 GAU.ET am o o TO Bt and Save Money go about their home. Hung Jury in Case of Or. Matthews. The trial of Dr. Matthews of Meta who was being tried on charge of practicing medicine without license, here Monday, resulted in a hung Jury. Dr. Matthews was ilefmiU.nl by at torney L. J. May of PlRevllle. The case will be called again Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Pike County News. ,. Cloudburst And Flood : 1 Cause Big Loss in Pike. One residence was washed away and others damaged by a cloudburst in the Marrowbone mining district of this county. At Wolfpit a drift against the Chesapeake & Ohio bridge across Mar rowbone creek caused the flooding of dozens of dwellings, reaohlng the win dow sills in some. - The bridge was moved several .feet out of line by he pressure of the water and traffic was stopped. Other small bridges were washed out. .' Mining tracks along the creek are reported to be badly dam aged and there is eighteen feet of wat er at Plkevllle. PRESTONSBURG Summer School Assured. Superintendent H. N. Cooley and the Board of Education met the teachers here last week to arrange for a six weeks summer school for Floyd coun ty teachers. This school will be in charge ot competent instructors and will be free for the teachers. A delegation from Allen met the County Board of Education and pre sented them with 12,000, the Board agreeing to furnish IS 500 to build a community center schooj-at Allen. Big Coal Deal. Goodin and Barney Coal Company sold last week to the Southern Elk horn Coal Company their valuable property on Right Beaver. The deal involved in Hie neighborhood of $100, 000. In Hospital, - . . w . judge a. u. May la in tne nospitai at Paintsvllle. receiving treatment for blood poisoning In hla hand. He la re ported better now but for awhile It looked as if It might be serious. Injured By Freight. A boy by. the name of Smith from Van Lear was rather seriously injur ed by a freight train near Cliff Mon day evening. He was taken down the river for treatment. Mrs. Gardner III. Circuit Judge D. W. Gardner of Sal- yeravllle and brother Walter Gardner The "Brownie'' a gen uine Gillette Razor . and m :; TheBlades thetegen i uine Gillette Blades , ': end The Price- $1.00 for "Brownie" Razor com plete with three blades TbeBrownie GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COBaska, U.SJL the genuine Diaaes o RESHARPEN1 5 . jffT af . PAINTSVILLE Or. Holbrook to Build New Home. Dr. J. H. Holbrook will erect a hand some, brick bungalow on his lot In East Paintsvllle. The old' residence la now being moved, off the lot to the rear and work will start at once on he new residence. This will be one ot the most handsome residences in the valley and will have all modern con' venlences. . In Aahland Hospital. Dr. Q. V. Daniel waa taken to the Ashland hospital last week. He had been suffering from an affection of his right arm which has been stiff since Infancy. Howe verr he returned to his home Monday much Improved. ' New Baby Qirl. ' Mr. and Mrs. Garland H. Rice are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girt which was born at the Ashland General hospital Sunday .morning, April 30. Visitor at Parsonage.. Oh last Monday morning little Miss Rees arrived at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ed w. J. Rees at the M. E. par sonage where she has taken up her permanent residence. Teaeher Training. The Summer Training School for teachers will start June 6 and continue six weeks, ending July 14. This school will be In charge of competent and ex perlenced teachers whose names will be announced later when all necessary arrangements have been made with them and the State Board of Educa tion. The purpose ot the summer school is to bring home to the teachers of our county an opportunity to do high school work, get professional training and become eligible under the law to lake the county teachers examination. Local and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Rice returned last week from St. Petersburg, Fla where they spent the winter. They purchased a fruit farm while there; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Stafford and J. F. Staf ford have also returned. Mrs. Ralph Stafford, who has been in a hospital at Lexington underwent an operation for appendicitis which proved to be successful,' and It Is thought that Mrs. Stafford will be able to return home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frailer returned ant week from a months visit with relatives In Logan and Port Gay, W. a. Paintsvllle Herald.. CATLETTSBURG Here From Garrett. Mrs. James F. Duesler ot Garrett with her young son James F. Duesler, Jr., was the guest this week ot Mrs. F. J. Duesler in Ashland. Both left for Tyler, Texas, to visit with Mrs.. Dues ler's mother, Mrs. Crutcher and her grandmother. Mrs. Clay. They will ar rive in Texas in time to celebrate there with the great grandmother the anniversary of young James Duesler's tlrst birthday. 3eriously III In Pittsburgh. Relatives here have received word of the very serious Illness of Montra ville Wellman, who is suffering from pneumonia In Pittsburgh. His mother, Mrs. May Goble Wellman, is at his bedside. Married In I ronton. A wedding which came as a surprise to many young friends of this city waa that of Miss Maybelle Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Clark and Jeff Bluebaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bluebaum of this city. The wedding occurred on Monday afternoon, March 20, at Iron ton. The bride has been a student In the local high school. The bride groom Is engaged In business In Ashland. "Under Blue 8kies" 8ucesss. "Under Blue Skies," the fine play put on by the Order of Rebokaha at the high achool auditorium ' Friday night scored a great big hit and was a scream from beginning to end. The caste contained much talent and the audience was a most flattering one, the auditorium being packed to the doors. The play was under the direc tion of Miss Josie Rogers of Ashland who coached the play so efficiently. Many compliments are being heard In regard to this play and it has been decided to take It to Louisa as It was prepared with much painstaking In re gard to detail and would be sure to be appreciated by our neighboring city. Return to Frankfort.. Mrs. Ouy Barret, Jr., and daughter. little Miss Helen, have returned to their home at Frankfort after a pleas ant visit to Mr. and Mrs. George Gun- nell, Jr. Will Build Hotel. George Plnson, Jr. of Plkevllle was here Saturday afternoon, leaving for Cincinnati where he will consult with architects In regard to plans for the ereution ot a hotel on Main and Caro line streets In ' Plkevllle. Mr. Plnson has Just purchased from Mrs. Will Keel the portlon(of her large lot front- ( SpecialdTT ' Ifi sua anfl.M ' V:;:iV V-V 'V.'-.---.-' $1475 The intrinsic value and eriduring quality of the Special Six have won forit the hearty endorsement of thousands of owners. It will win you, too, when you consider: Ut tuum ( sjcat cuahion of soft, gen- : ! l-..L- t r uuw icaioer, una incnes aeep; long ' enn-Uiptio tpringa, front and rear. ' Seats far without crowding. Oapoucr L-WhaotorJW5.wlkh devdopa 50 horsepower. Remarkable for its flexibility. Um axunumy kiimiiitraucematand . infrequent repair shop attention. its htautj body of harmonious lines buih by Staoebaker 'eTperta, with--tailored top, which bold large plate guuM rear window. TomriMf, tXTt ; LAWRENCE AUTO SALES CO. Louisa : Kentucky . " ;ng on Main street at a cost of twenty- j Ave thousand dollars. The hotel will be oegun at once. It will be four stories high and will contain one hundred ' rooms. A basement will extend the ntlm lensrth of the bulletins:. The oth- I r half of Mrs. Keel's lot was purchaa- d by a syndicate of Plkevllle men at he cost of I2S.000. Mra. Keel haa pur' ohased the Plnson home and will move into It. Attends Sunday School. Vpnnlr ' Thnrnhnrir rtf Htlntlnirtnn Sunday school worker was at the Hun- day school of M. E. Church Bouth .Sunday morning and urged a large attendance at the standard training jchool for teachers that Is meeting each nlsht this week at Centenar church, Ashland. The school opened Sunday afternoon. Miss Anna Woody of Roanoke, Va who is elementary superintendent ot the Baltimore Conference, Sunday school work, and who la with the stan dard training school for teachers now holding sessions In Ashland as one of their foremost lecturers, motored here with Mrs. Howerton and Miss Dew Flanery and was a dinner guest at the Flanery home. Miss Woody and Mrs. Howerton were playmates and friends when they were small girls. The for mer's father, at that time was a coal operator at Plkevllle, his death occur ring there when Miss Woody was a ttmnll girl. Miss Woody has won much distinction In her line of work although she Is still a very young wo man. ' In Paris, Francs. Mr. and Mrs. H. Leslie Parker have been staying tor the past two weeks In Paris at Hotel Meurice. They have visited some of the famous battlefields and have also visited the places of In terest In Paris. They will visit other points of Interest ef returning, which will probably be the latter part of May. ' DENNIS Rev. Flynt delivered a very Interest ing sermon at Olloville Sunday night to a very large audience. Mrs. John Compton and children were visiting relatives at f allsburg Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Cooksey spent Saturday night with her daughter, Mrs. Ada Wright. . Cassle Chadwlck of Cadmus spent Sunday night with her couslns, the Misses Thompson. Charley Browning's smiling face Is seen In our town often. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Cooksey and children were visiting relatives at Fallsburg Sunday. Lizzie Smith will visit here soon. Thomas and Ora Boggs ot Blevins are visiting their brother, John Boggs of Lower Dennis, . Several from Green Valley attend ed church at Olloville Sunday night. There will be a baptizing at Green Valley the third Sunday In this month, May 2L by Revs. Hutchison and Mc Clung. There will be twenty-five, more or less, baptized. Everybody In vited to attend. U AND L Om equipment jVwtiedright-dayxlock; one-aece, rainproof windshield with windshield wiper: tonneau light with ertrnskm cord :trsjWTitsTon rock which reduce rate of theft insurance to owner 15 to 20 per cent: one key locks tool compartment in left front door, igni tion switch and transmission lock. - its background Studebaker't prestige and se"nty years' experience in build ing quality vehicles i fts complete Aturaction. r.fltTS WAYNE ITEMS J, V. Ketchum of West Moreland j WB h' '' in business the Urst of the week. Miss Mildred Taylor Is visiting rcl- ,UvM Huntington, ni'urdt" Huntl",on i business Saturday. on business Saturday, Mr. sod Mrs, R. J, Thompson, Mrs. O. R. Burgess, Mlssn Pearl Thomp " "1 Helen Newman motored to Ashland Tuesday and attended the -" convention ana Danquei. l-'as. fecK ol vereao was here on , pusiness tne last ot tne wee. Mrs. AUen Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tabor of East Lynn spent Sunday with Wayne relatives. Miss Splcle Adklns, who is attend ing Morris-Harvey college spent the week-end with her mother. Clyde Plymale of Buffalo creek spent Sunday with Wayne relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ketchum and children of Kenova here last week. . visited relatives Miss Fannie Wellman has returned from a visit with friends in Huntington.- W. H. Peters was a Ft. Oay visitor the last of the week. . Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Marcum and daughter and Mrs. Clark Kessinger of Ceredo were Sunday guests of .Mrs. Fisher Scaggs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rucker and little son will return this week from a months sojourn at Hot Springs. Mrs. Flo Newhouse Of East Lynn is the guest of Mrs. Malt Adklns. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ferguson were Huntington visitors . Saturday, Atty. Wm. Lovuis of Kenova was here on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Taylor moved from here to West Moreland Inst week , GRIMES. Organizing the Girla. "Stenographera and telephone girla have united for political purposes." "Give us the full vanity bag is that the cry?" -A DR. HENRY S. YOUNG REGISTERED OPTOMETRI8T AND JEWELER Mail Orders Soliolted Send Us Your Watehea & Clocks by Mall W Fit Artificial Eyes. Opposite C. A 0, Depot, Louisa, Ky. B00THE BUSINESS SCHOOL The BUSINESS SCHOOL that owns its building. TUI TION never increased during the war. HUNTINGTON - WEST VIRGINIA BOOTHS CORNER B00THK PHONI 1200 BOOTHS BLDCU Compm,tHU fsslsw, W IOTTER I There will be church at this place Sunday, May 14. Also, Imputing. . Ercell Koberts left Wednesday fur employment Amnerstuale, w. Va, where he has Mrs. B. Saulsberry la visiting her . daughters at KusselL Miss Owenna Austin spent Sunday hltnt with her aunt. Mrs. U k cZV I rn tj.,,i James Sturgell and Miss Lola John son ot Louisa attended Sunday school at this place Sunday. . Mrs. Henry Cains made a business trip to Aahland Saturday. Miss Oypsy Blankenshlp passed thru our town Saturday enroute to Yates- vllle where she will visit home folks' for a few days. Jack Crutcher of Louisa pasted through Potter Friday. Misses Owenna Austin, Frances Copley and Imogene McOuire were' calling on Misses Lois and Aleen Cop ley Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Pnnl.w 1 1 -.4 , ; - -' viv. vii. airs, I w. F. Austin Sunday. Sunday school Is progressing nicely at this place. Wedding bells are expected to ring here soon. BROWN ETF.9. DR. FRED A.MD1ARD 'DENTIST Office In Dr. Burgess Building Opposite Court House Office Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 61OO p. m. Off lee and Rssldenee Phone No. 111 DR. H. H. SPARKS DENTIST Offlco In Bank Block, between the two banks, Louisa, Ky. C-fflee Hours: :00 a. m. to BiOO a, n Special Hours by Appointment '. April JO, 1922. 1 ; , FROM FORT OAY .. Eaat Bound . No. 4 Dally......... ..1:zb a. M, No. 8 Daily... :40 Xi M No. in Daily ...1:15 P. M. West Bound No. 1 Dally. .1:15 A. M. No. IB Daily. ............. ..i:io p. M. No. 2 Dally,........,,,.,.. J:i5 p. Pullman Cars and Dining Car Servtoe on trains t, 4. 16 and It. . For rates, schedules and additional Information, apply to C, C. CON NELL, Passenger Agent, Portsmouth. Ohio, or W. C. SAUNDERS, General P&sseng er Agent, Roanoke, Va. , .