BIG SANDY NEWS
BIG SANDY NEWS
Friday, May 12, 1922.
Friday, May 12, 1922.
Dick Vinson baa returned from Ok'
lahoma. . . .
- T. F. Maloney and family moved
thU week from Louisa to Ashland.
0, C. Shepherd ' and family have
moved from Richardson to Louisa. -
Jama N. Bradley of Tatea villa waa
a bualneaa via 1 tor In Louisa Thuraday,
'J H. Bkaggs and R, B. Spencsr have
painted their resldeaces on Lock ava
Mr. and Mra. C. M. Edwarda will
move aoon . Into their bandaoma new
t teeldenea on Lock avenue.
A marriage lleenae waa taaued May
10 to Charles William Strader. 29, of
Oarth to Ethel Shannon Hutchison, 2 J,
Attorney Fred M. Vlnaon waa in
Wayne, W. Va thla week acting aa
au of the attorneya In the defenae of
Judge D. W. Gardner of Ualyeravllle
baa ben assigned to preslds over the
Powell Circuit Court, commencing
una 19... .
Special for this month only. Beat
grade hat dye. Alt ehadea. 20c per
bottle. The J. U. Reynolds "Cut Rate"
(formerly Louisa Drug Co.) It,
Jim Heeton left for Detroit Mich..
Sunday night to drive a Chandler
roadster to Louisa for Fred M. Vin
son. He reached Louisa Wednesday
,1 Roy ' Thompson, who has been 111
with appendicitis the past week was
brought to the hospital at this place
on Wednesday. He w -ompnlea 1
!. ht- uir mnA mnlhar Mr t.InilMltvl
Thompson of Ellen..
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hill and child
.and Mrs. O. W. Craft of Chattaroy. W.
Va, In Louisa Tuesday on tbelr
way W Trestonsburg for visit to rel
atives. Mr. Hill attended school here
i few year ago and his wife and Mra.
Craif are remembered as Mlases Mary
and ilaxlne Farley, having lived In
. Lexington, Ky, May 9. Miss Ellen
Hughes, daughter of A. M. Hughes of
Louisa, Is a Sophomore in the College
of Arts and Hclenc at the University
of Kentucky. Miss Hughes Is a mem
ber or the Chi Omega fraternity and
Is prominent In college ctlvltles.Eng
lish Is her major subject and educa
tion her minor. Miss Hughes Was
graduated from Louisa high school In
tU.-3a -r 9gQ. - '
We solicit your trade in thU
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 ::
LAMBERT & QUEEN
LOUISA - KY.
Suggestion Brings -a
Lexington, Ky.. May I, 1922.
Editor of the Big Sandy News:
Your suggestion In the last edition
of the Big Sandy News that' a home
coming week ' In honor of all exiles
from, the dear old -town of Louisa 'is
arrange for, will, I am sure, meet with
a responsive chord in the hearts of al'.
those, who are fortunate enough to
.lave ev.;r lived In that beautiful little
town on the banks of the Big Sandy.
May we venture to suggest a few
names that come welling Into memory
at the thought of such a gathering. In
giving the list of these names we a.-
omitting all titles: the married names
of our former girls and even Mr,, Mrs.
and Miss. Here they are aa w uaed to
know them in the long ago:
Mary, Kittle. Oeorge and ' Milton
Wroten, Amanda and Lizzie Yates,
Taylor- and Alice' McClure; Sarah,
Hiram and Mary Bloas, Taylor and
Bella Vinson, Ida, Ada and John Rice,
Thursa and Llzzls Burns, Lutle and
Boyd Ferguson, John and Neva Stew
art, Fred Oallup, Fred and Blanche
Moore, Phoebe and Emma North up,
Bascom Butler, Sam Freeee, Mart
Conley, Frank Reynolda, Oeorge and
Jim Carey, Will. Dick and 'John John
son, Henry. Carrie and Bessie Snydor,
Arch ' and Oeorge William McClure,
Oeorge M. MoClure, Jeanne McClure.
Victor1 Muncey, Fred Shannon, D. J.
and "Chubble" Burchett, Leo' Frank.
Owen 'Qarred, Lou McClure, Mary
Chapman, Oeorge Chapman. Emma
Prltchard. Nell Moore, Tom, Agnea,
Charley and Bertha Boggeaa, Htlde-
gard RoKe, Elolse Thomas, Oeorge
Gunnel!, Ben Thomas, Fannie and Sal
lie Freese, Maggie and Frank Savage
and Cam Layne,
These are only a few of the many
ex-Loulslana 'that on the spur of the
moment we recall. However your
scrlbs has not been very familiar with
the old town for the last twenty years
and others of more recent vintage may
Hike up the Hat where we left olT.
It may be observed that few of these
mentioned may be classed as "sprint
chickens." That commodity will, we
feel sure, be abundantly in evidence
during th. period of the home coming.
What a grand Jubilation It wilt be
to have all of, these and. many others
gather around one great camp fire In
the old home town during the beauti
ful month of October.
With cordial good wishes for the
success of your most laudab'e under
taking and a promise to help boost,
I am. Most sincerely,
:, ., " , W. B, M.'
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
There are many ladles In our town
and county who have withheld buying
their Spring Ready-to-Wear, antici
pating our special sales.
Ws still have on our racks some
stock of the Spring season, most au
thentic styles beautifully blended with
superior quality and skillful workman
ship In Coats, Suits, Capea and Dress
es. The way wa have slashed prices will
be of the greatest Interest to all the
women and girls. i
Louisa i Ksntucky .
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Sunday morning at 9:10, Bible school.
10:30 Preaching service. Subject:
"God's one unchanging Law." A tri
bute to our mothera.
7:30 Evening worship. Subject;
"Some reasons why."
Corns out and Join with us In these
, . i D. H. MATHERLY, Pastor.
: m. t church, oum
The attendance at Sunday school
!ust Sunday waa 427. : The regular or
der was dispensed with and everybody
remained In the auditorium through
out tha aesslon. The churcb service
was dispensed with. Mr. J. W. M.
Stewart was called upon to address
the gathering and he made an Inter
esting talk. He referred to his boy
hood, when he was a member of this
school, and of the good Impressions
that had followed him through life as
a . result of that association. He eug-.-sted
a revival of the Sunday school
picnic which was an annual feature
years ago, and thla will be done. A
duet by Mr. Will Cain and Miss Opal
Spencer was a feature of the musical
program that was greatly enjoyed.
Next Sunday will , be Mothers Day
In churches all over the United States.
The Louisa churches will observe the
day with appropriate services. Those
whose mothers are living are expected
to wear a red flower that day,, and
those whose mothera are dead should
wear a white flower. '
i BURIAL ON EAST FORK.
Funeral services for Robert Kenton
Clay, 28 years old, who died Saturday
evening at a hospital in Ashland af
ter an Illness with complication of
diseases, were held Monday at 10 o'
clock in East Fork chapel. Burial fol
lowed In the Davis cemetery,
Mr. Clay- Is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Pearl Clay, and a daughter. 21
months old. Ha lived on the Thir
teenth street road where he -niucted
a tire repair shop, ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Petterson and
baby, Paul Atkins Petterson, returned
to their home In Huntington, W. Vs.,
Monday after a few days visit to O.
C. Atkins and family. 1
Miss Esta Thompson of Ellen who
has been attending school in Louisa
'.eft Wednesday on account of the Ill
ness of her brother, Roy Thompson,
who baa appendicitis and her father.
Lindsey Thompson, who Is suffering
with rheumatism. She -was accompan
ied to the home of her brother by Miss
Hattle Thompson of this place.
Four of the sixteen- diamond rlnga
stolen from the Pollock Jewelry store
In Ashland January 27 were recovered
in Williamson, W. Va., by MIbs Mada
Winters, manager of the store. They
were In possession of four persons
who hotiRht them from the same mnn.
Tha new commercial section of Wil
liamson, the wonderful buainaaa town.
Recant new industries locating in
Waugh Foundry oV Machine Co.
Standard Oil Co of N. J. , ,
Williamson Foundry Co,
. Wast Williamaon Coal Co.
Looney Flour Milling Co, y -
and mora to soma.
Make a portion of your lnveatmenta
In West Williamson: it will pay big.
EDWARD R. JUHLING
Specialist Wast Williamson Property
The city council of tha city of Lou
isa. Kentucky do ordain as follows:
That the following described terri
tory which la now within the present
corporate limits of the city of Louisa,
be and the same la now and hereby
atrtcken from tbe corporate limits of
the said city, to-wlt: i
Beginning at the : mouth of Lick
creek at. the point where the city lim
its line strlkea the upper or west line
of the right of way of the Chesapeake
& Ohio Railway Company:
Thence In a northerly direction with
the upper or west Una of the said
railway company's right of way to the
point where said line crosses the Jones
Thence with the meanders of said
branch to the point where it crosses
the public highway Just behind Bert
Shannon's barn, thence with the east
line of said highway, It being the west
line of the Bert Shannon property, to
the Intersection of aald highway with
the aouth line of Powhatan street:
Thence a atraight line to the top of
the hill at the present city limits line
where the old road crossed the top of
the hill east of the reservoir, ot the
Louisa Water Company.
Attest: ' J. O. BURNS
4-21-4t Clerk City of Louisa.
O. B. Carter was in Paintsvllle this
Mr. F. L, Stewart was In Ashland
Jake . Levins waa here, Wednesday
L. J. Hewlett wag in Aahland Tues
day and Wedneaday.
Mrs. H. H. Sparka left Wednesday
morning for a shert visit In Ashland.
Mrs. B. J. Chaffln left Tuesday ev
ening for a few days visit In Ashland.
Mra. R. W. Vinson of Route I was
the guest Wednesday of Mrs. Jas. Vin
Wm. Carey haa returned from a visit
to bis daughter and so io Lexing
ton.-, ' ' ''
Miss Eliza RansoV of ' Buaaeyville
was the guest Saturday of Mies Dora
Mra. M. H. Thompson and daughter
oi Maine were visitors in Louisa Sat
urday. ., -'
Dan Q. Carter waa a recent visitor
to Winchester and central Kentucky
Mr. and Mra. J. N. McGuire were re
cent guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Pres
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sparka and son.
Harold left Friday for a visit in Ms
Mrs. Fannie Honaker of Catletts-
burg is visiting relatives In Ft. Gay
F. T. Hatcher of Plkeville, waa in
Louisa Wednesday enroute to Wil
liamson, W. Va. .-.-
Mr. and Mrs, E, L. Wellman return
ed Wednesday evening from a visit to
relatives at Plkeville.
. Miss Monnle Handley of Trinity
visited her sister, Mra. W. W. Calnea,
Wedneaday and Thuraday.
Mrs. R. L. Vinson left for Bluefleld,
W. Va, Wednesday for a few days
visit to friends there. .
Mrs. I. W. See was the guest this
week oi her brother, Jesse R. Roberts
and wife In Portsmouth, Ohio.
Chas. F. Branham returned to Park
ersburg, W: Va, Monday after spend
ing a few days at hla home here.
Mra. W. T. Woods and son, Billy, of
Vessle were guests over Sunday of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Carter.
Miss Vivian Hays returned Satur
day evening after a few days visit to
Mrs. Inez W. Watson in Huntington.
Mrs. J. R. Kennedy returned Tues
!iy morning to her home at Wayland
after a visit to home folks In Louisa.
Barney B. Reynolds and son of
Huntington, were guests Sunday of
his parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Rey
nolds. Miss- Elizabeth Yates left on Wed
nesday for New York City where she
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ho
mer A. Yates for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hale of War
field were guests last week-end of
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kirk. Mr. Hale
came. down to the Masonic meeting.
Miss Emily Conley went to Lexing
ton Friday to spend the week-end
with Miss Ellen Hughes, who Is a stu
dent in the University of Kentucky.
W. I. Diamond of Waynesburg Is in
Louisa for a few days visit. He mov
ed from this place several years ago.
This Is his first visit here In five years.
Mr. O. L. Lincoln, who Is employed
In the Blaine oil fields was In Louisa
Thursday evening on his way to In
dianapolis on business for Mr. Ayers.
Miss Elizabeth Yates went to Cat
iettsburg Wednesday to attend the
wedding of Miss Oeraldlne Wllllam
Mon and Mr. Davis Gclger of Ashland.'
Mrs.'C. M. Hogg and son, Mr. Les
ter Hogg, accompanied by his wife
and son of Huntington spent a few
days last week with Dr. and Mrs. C.
Miss Helen Vinson returned from
Huntington Saturday. Mrs. Adelaide
Biggs remained there while her niece,
Mrs. Luther Long, is In Now York for
a few weeks stay.
We have a complete line of all the
latest styles in men's and boy's straw
and panama hats for summer. Come
and get yours now and be ready Jo
wear it on the opening of the season,
Don't fail to see our fine assortment
of hats for women, misses and chil
dren. All the popular colors and latest
Gossard Corsets All Sizes
The best made
G. J. CARTER
By virtue of an execution which Is
sued from the office of the Clerk of
the Lawrence Circuit Court, on the
15th day of March, 1922, in case of
The First National Bank of Louisa,
plaintiff, vs. O. W. Atkinson, Ed Cap
erton and Orover Caperton, the under
signed will, on the 16th day of May,
1922. It being regular County Court
day, aell at the front door of the court
house In Louisa, Lawrence- county,
Kentucky, at one o'clock P. M. on aald
date, the following described proper
ty: The undivided interest, right and
title of the defendant, Ed Caperton, In
that certain house and lot, situated in
Louisa, Lawrence county, Kentucky.
In Central Addition to Louisa, Ken
tucky, shown on the plat thereof, and
being Lot No. 7,-, fronting 40 feet on
Burns avenue and running back 120
feet on Moore street, and being the
same lot conveyed to William Caper
ton by Atwell Wellman and wife and
dtolnlnr the lot of O. C. Caperton.
Said sale to satisfy the aum of 9260.00
and interest from June 14, 1921 and all
coata. . v '
This sale Is to be made for the pur
post of selling the undivided interest
of Ed Caperton In aald property. Said
sale will be made on a credit of six
months, purchaser to give bond with
approved security, the bond to be
made payable to the Sheriff; and said
bond Is to have the force and effect ot
a replevy bond, and this sale will be
made subject to the homestead . right
of the widow of William Caperton. de
: Given under my hand this the 17th
day of April, 1922. 4-28-3t
J. W. YOUNG, S. L. C.
SPECIAL JUDGE NAMED.
Judge H. L, .Wood, of Olive Hill was
designated as special Judge of the Pike
circuit court to - hear an election ca
In which Morgan L. Greer Is contes',
Ing the election of Marlon Burke a
Justice of peace of Pike county. Tiie
term beprins May 15. f
EwJS o o
We Have Sold Our
The new proprietor will take
In the meantime we are to cut the stock
To do This we are
GUTTING PRICES RECKLESSLY!!
No such opportunity has been offered in Louisa since the war as you now have to
buy cheap. Men 's and Boys ' Clothing and Fu rnishings, Shoes, Traveling Bags,
Ladies' Shoes and Hosiery. EVERYTHING GOES!! ;
i Opposite Court House
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