BIG SANDY NEWS
Friday, August 4, 1922.
COUNTY FAIR DAYS
i Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2, 1922.
i ' 5 -v LAWRENCE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION! .
Jehn L. Vaughan, Pree. Q. C.
J. Q. Burne, Sacratary.
COMMITTEES IN CHARGE:
FIR8T DAY V. B. Shortridga and Hanoa Vanhorn.
SECOND DAY Noah Walla and Lon Hewlett. .
THIRD DAY J. H. McClura and L. A. Garrad.
RULES GOVERNING ENTRIESt ;
All exhibits must be In and listed with the person in charge by 8:00 P. M.
Thursday, August 31. Live stock and Agricultural exhibits will be Judged
Friday and premiums awarded Friday, Sept. I, at 2:30 P. M. Woman'! De
partment exhibits will be Judged Friday evening and premiums awarded
Baturday morning, Sept 2. at 10:30 A. M. No article can be entered that has
previously taken a prise at the Lawrence County Fair. . Live stock will be
-exhibited on East side of Court House In pens prepared. Poultry will be on
exhibition in Court House lawn. All Ladies' Work and Agricultural Products
Hill be displayed In Court House. The Association reserves the right at Its
option, If necessary, to pay premiums either In cash or Centennial tickets.
LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT
, H. E. Evans In charge. -
First Second Third
Sest Stallion, any breed . J5 12 . II
Beat Saddle Horse or Mare, judged by performance.... 5 . J a
Best Quality Mare, colt by side 6 2 1
Best two-year-old Colt, either sex. ........ , 8 2 1
Best Tearling Colt, either sex 3 i 1
Beat Suckling Mule Colt 3 2 1
"Best pair of Horses In harness ... 5 .2 1
Best -pair of Mules In harness 6. 21
J. H. Woods and R, W. 'Vinson in charge. -
Best pure bred Shorthorn Bull, any age.. 10
Beat pure bred Shorthorn Yearling Bull ............. 6
Best pure bred Shorthorn Bull Calf ... ..8
Best pure bred Shorthorn Cow, any age. ........ .. ... 10
Best pure bred Shorthorn Tearling Heifer............ 5
Beet pure bred Shorthorn Heifer Calf 8
Best grade Shorthorn Bull, any age........ 5
Best grade Shorthorn Bull Calf 3
Best grade Shorthorn Cow, any age.. 5
. Best grade Shorthorn Heifer Calf 8
Best pure bred Hereford Bull, any age..... 10
Beet pure bred Hereford Tearling Bull............... 6
. Best pure bred Hereford Bull Call... 8
Beet pure bred Hereford Cow, any age............... 10
Beat pure bred Hereford Tearling Heifer...... ., 5
Best pure bred Hereford Heifer Calf ............ 3
Best grade Hereford Bull, any age 5
Best grade Hereford Bull Calf 8
Beat grade Hereford Cow, any age.... 5
Best grade Hereford Heifer Calf............. 8
, JERSEYS .
' Best puns bred Jersey Bull, any age 10
Best pure bred Jersey Tearling Bull.................. 6
Best purebred Jersey Bull Calf...................... 3
Brat pure bred Jersey Cow, any age.................. 10
Best pure bred Jersey Tearling Heifer........... 5
Best pure bred Jersey Helfr Calf.................... 3
Best grade Jersey Bull, any age...................... S
Beet grade Jersey Bull Calf. .................... 3
Best grade Jersey Cow, any age,...,..... 6
Beet grade Jersey Heifer Calf 3
Best pure bred Holsteln Bull, any age... 10
Best pure bred Holsteln Tearling Bull... ' 5
Best pure bred Holsteln Bull Calf 8
Best pure bred Holsteln Cow, any age................ 10
Best pure bred Holsteln Tearling Heifer.. 5
Best pure bred Holsteln Heifer Calf.................. 3
-Best grade Holsteln Bull, any age............. .. 5
Best grade Holsteln Bull Calf..... ................... 3
Best grade Holsteln Cow, any age.................... 5
Best grade Holsteln Heifer Calf........ 3
Best pure bred Buck, any breed..........!........... 5
Best pure bred Ewe. any breed...................... 5
Best grade Buck, any breed. ......................... 3
Best grade Ewe, any breed..... .3
Best Lamb, from mutton standpoint.................. 5
. .. "Vv.v HOGS-".;
'' ' John Caines and George McGuire in eharge.
POLAND CHINA , ;
Best Poland China Boar, over one year., ............ 6
Beet Poland China Boar, under one year...,. 8
Best Poland China Sow .............................. 5
Best Poland , China Gilt . . . 8
Best Duroc Jersey Boar, over one year , 5
Best Duroc Jersey Boar, under one year.......... .... 3
Best Duroe . Jrw Sow 5
Best Duroc Jersey Gilt ........................ . . . . . . . 8
O. I. C. WHITES
Best O. I. C. White Boar pure bred over one year..., 5
Best O. I. C. White Boar under one year...... ........ 3
Best O. I. C. White Sow . ..i ........ ...... 5
Best O. L C. White Gilt ............................. 3
Norman Remmele and L. E. Wallace in charge.
First Prize, $1.50; Second Prize, 60o.
BEST COCK. ' BEST COCKRELL. BEST HEN. , BEST PULLETT.
These prizes will apply to best In each of the following breeds: S. C. R. L. Red;
Barred Plymouth Rocks: White Leghorns; Brown Leghorns; White Wyan
dot tea; Black Minorcas; Campines; Pit Games.
Best trio of Turkeys, any breed First $3; second $2; third $1..
Mrs. Mary B. Horton, Mrs. F. A. Millard, Mrs. W. B. Trevillian, Mlsa Pearl Holt
Drawn work pillow case
Drawn work towel
Piano scarf . . 1
Fancy bag ,
First prize $1, second 50c
Embroidered pillow cases
Crocheted lace -Crocheted
Crocheted collar & cuff
aet " .
Crocheted pillow case ;
Crocheted curtains .
Embroidered baby cap
Embroidered collar &
Hand-made corset cover
Best specimen tatting
Filet crochet . .
Ladles Wash Dress
First prize 81, second 50o
!" Chocolate Cream
IN HOME COMING WEEK
Swetnam," Vice-Pree. Jos Cyrue, Treaa.
Q. C, Baker, County Agent. ,
2 : 1
3 .' 1
5 . 3
2 V: 1
5 ' 2
2 . ' 1
2 ' ' ' 1
2 " . 1
3 ' 1
. Quince ,
Corn and Tomato
' Apples .
Mixed Pickle '"
Pickled Peppers .
FARM. PRODUCTS Grown in 1922.
; Ralph Ferrell, Miaa Ethal Allay
First prize $1.00f second prize Mo
Peck Irish Potatoes, any variety, ;
Apples, jone' peck. , ;.. ."
Tomatoes, one dozen.
Sweet Potatoes, one peck.
Cabbage, three heads.
Peaches, on peck. . ,
Beets, one-half dozen.
Onions, one-half dozen.
Pears, oae peck.
Plate of Grapes, any kind.
White Corn, ten ears.
Yellow Corn, ten ears
Wheat, one peck.
Bunch Beans in green pods, one gallon
BABY -. SHOW. yy;
;.,.' ',. .' Mrs. M. F. Conley in charge. .
Prizes Awarded Friday, Sept. 1st, at 2 P.M.
finsftnizal DMminm k .1 laralaLu
Prettiest Boy Baby in Lawrence county
inrlnr 9 vaaro nM nna niU hlnKrnta
. w j wiv fwa visiunciai
vaiue .vw. value 17.00.
JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL CLUB DISPLAY. '
Mrs. John Cheap and F. C. MoClurvi in charge. .
(Open only te Junier Agricultural Club IRISH POTATOES.
Members of Lawrence County)
All exhibits to be made In trios, two
pullets and one cockrell,
S. C. R. I. Red 1st 15; 2nd, 14; 3rd. S3;
4th, '$2: 5th; II; 6th. 60c.
10 ears any variety Int. 32.50; 2nd, 32;
3rd, 3J.60; 4tll; 6th, 60c.
John Burton in charge.
First prize 82.00) aecond prize $1.00. .
Best Fox hound. Best
Leavea For Rugglea.
The Rev. and Mrs. Ashley, Harold
and Margaret left Thursday for Rug
glea Camp Grounds where Mr. Ashley
is to conduct the muelo tor the Annual
Camp Meeting and State Epworth
League Institute which are to last for
a period of ten days. The Institute
proper will begin on Monday night,
July 31st and continue over the fol
lowing Sunday. At least four delegates
from the local Epworth League plan
to be In attendance throughout the en
Leave For Battle Creek.
Following consultation of Dr. W. J.
Walters and a number of leading phy
sicians here, Dr. Walters left Thurs
day morning with Mr, A. E. Auxier
for Battle Creek, Michigan. Mr. Aux
ier has been In ill health for some
time. He went to his country home
it RatlifTs creek last year where some
improvement was shown. However bis
:onnition is now such that It was
liouglit advisable to take him away
.Mr. Auxler's many friends here hope
ie will soon recover.
Poisoned On Tea. : .'
W. S. Johnson's wife and sister of
Robinson creek, drank some James
town (or Jlmson tea) Tuesday and
were very badly poisoned. Dr. E. P.
Walters of Plkeville was called to see
them Wednesday and reported them
out of danger.
Local and Personal.
Miss Violet Walker entertained with
a slumber party Saturday night In!
honor of fyer guest, Miss Minerva
Misses Alice and Helen Record en-j
tenained the Arachne Sewing Club
Tuesday night. At the close of a de- f
lightful evening of sewing, a delicious
salad course was served.
Mrs. Rebecca Lowe and son. Master
Robert Russell, of Louisa, are spend
ing this week with her sister, Mrs.
Anna J. Atkins on College street.
Pike County News.
Clarence Wheeler la
We are glad this week to announce
that young Clarence Wheeler, who
was Injured about ten days ago at
Seco when, a smoke stack fell on him
and who was rushed to a Louisville
hospital is much Improved and It is
thought that both limbs will be saved.
It was thought for some time that one
of his limbs would have to be ampu
tated. His father and mother, Atty.
and Mrs. D. J. Wheeler, were with him
in Louisville for some time.
Here From Arizona.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and chil
dren of Phoenix. Arizona, are here the
guests of Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. Dan
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Davis moved
from Johnson county to Arizona a
bout three years ago and own a large
farm near Phoenix. They are well
pleased with their new home. They
will return to Arizona about the first
Mrs. Spsrks Entertains.
Mrs. J. C. Sparks entertained the
Woman's Missionary Union of the
Missionary Baptist church last week
at her home in the east end.
Improving After Operation.
Miss Mary Vaughan, daughter of G.
B. Vaughan, was taken to tho hospital
Monday afternoon and was operated
upon for appendicitis the same after
noon. She is getting along well after
With H. B. Rice t Co.
Paul C. Hager, who has been book
keeper for the Palnteville Grocery
Company for the paat few years, has
resigned his position with that firm
and accepted a position with the firm
of H. B. Rice & Co., general insur
ance. In addition to keeping the books
of this company Mr. Hager will be
Identified with the firm and devote
his time In the future to the Insurance
Miss Betsv Rule, daughter nt xtr
and Mrs. C. T. Rule,, entertained a
large number of her friends Tuesday
evening with a masquerade party on
and Willie Vaughan In charge.
Pole Beans in green pods, one gallon.
ureen Peppers, one dozen,
Butter Beans, hulled, one quart. ' ' '
Oats one bundle, medium size, td be
Judged by quality straw and grain.
Best display of Vegetables gathered
from one garden, 15.00; second $2. '
Best display of Agricultural Products
grow nln Lawrence county In 1022,
and exhibited by grower, 110, $5, 12.
Honey, pint Jar.
Apple- Vinegar, one pint .
Home-made Wine, one quart.
Can of Cream, one gallon, SB; 2nd, 32.
Best boquet Flowers.
Best display of Flowers.
Trettieat Girl Baby In Lawrence county
. . a 1.1 . I wi.i.t.
uiiuu 0 jrum uiUe who fair uittUtkULB,
Peck exhibits, any variety 1st, $2.00;
2nd, 11.00; 3rd, 50c. 1
Bunches of ten plants, green stage
1st, 12.00; 2nd, $1.00; 3rd, 60c.
Four "H" cap & apron 33.00
Laundry Bag 2.00
Kitchen Holder ...... 1.60
Beet, sample dun...... 1.10
Collie. Best Bird Dog. Prettiest Poodle.
the lawn of the Rule home on lower
Main street. Of course "nobody knew
nobody" Until time to unmask. Punch
sandwiches and candy were served.
At Volga. - V. ,
Oliver Swetnam, Mra. Milt Burgess
of Wilbur, Lawrence county, also Joe
Wellman of South Dakota, visited
their aunt, Mary E. Vaughan. Mr.
Swetman and Mr. Wellman went on to
Van Lear to visit Mr. Swetnam's sis
Back From Wast;
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gullett of this
city, who went to the State of Wash
lngton a few weeks ago have returned
to Palntsvllle. Mr. Gullett aald there
was no place like Johnson county.
They have two sons there who own
large fruit farms and are doing well
Mr. Gullett la one of our best citizens
and we are glad to welcome him back
to our city. .....
Local and Personal.
Misses Christine Howes. Lillian
Howes, Lorain Clay, Martha Clark
and Georaene Kirk. Messrs. Bird and
Austin Kelley, Sidney Webb and Jack
Phlpps spent Wednesday In the oil
and Mrs. Jno. B. Wells and chil
flren are visiting relatives In Cinti-1
Kentucky and points in Ohio -,-.!
Mrs. Harry Engelhnrt and little son
left last week for their home In Gary.
Ind., after spending several weeks
hero visiting her iarents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Brnndenberg.
K. D. Wells of Krostburg, Md., was
here this week the guest of reiat;v4.
Mr. Wells Is a native of Johnson Cuun
ty but has been in Frosthurg for a
number of years and holds a good po
sition with The Consolidation Coal
Company at that place,
Mrs. John Lester and little daughter
of Bartow. Florida, spent the week
end here visiting Dr. and Mrs. G. V.
Daniel. They left Monday for jj"k
ins where they will spend a few weeks
vinltlng Mr. and Mrs." E. L. Wlt?r.
Miss Musette Sowards Is In War
field this week the guest of Miss
Gladys Hawes. Miss Hawes visited
Miss Sowards for a few weeks and
Miss Suwards accompanied her for-a
Mrs. Jennie Algo and' son, Jack, of
Muskogee, Oklahoma, are here the
guests of Attorney and Mrs. M. C.
Kirk. Mrs. Algo Is a daughter of the
late Judge J. D. Kirk of Martin coun
ty and was railed here a few weeks
ago by the death of her father. Her
husband, Mr. Algo, a prominent oil
man, died in Oklahoma in April.
Homer Robinson has accepted a po
sition with The Palntsvllle Orocery
Company as bookkeeper taking the
place of Paul C. Hager, who resigned
last week. .
Mrs. Paris Pelphrey la Dead. ,
Mrs. Paris Felphrey of West Van'
Lear, died last week with pneumonia
and her remains were taken to her
former home 1n Morgan county for
burial. She leaves a husband apd live
children, the oldest 11 years of age
and the youngest 4 months.
The Mlddlesboro News says: A
lovely wedding took place at high noon
In the' rustic cottage "Seldom Seen"
at Fern Lake, when Miss Alice M.
Tague. of Palntsvllle, became the bride
of Ensign D. W. Hardin of Lafayette,
Ky. The bride's father, Rev. C. A.
Tague performed the ceremony. The
bride is the only daughter of Rev. and
Ensign and Mrs. Hardin left an the
Southern to make a short honeymoon
tour In the South. Ensign Hardin has
to report in New York the first of the
week where he will sail for Asia. Mrs.
Hardin will Join him there next year.
Mrs. Hardin is well known In Paints
ville where she has been visiting her
parents. Prof, and Mra. C. A. Tague.
She has been employed by the Palnts
vllle school board in the Palntsvllle
High School. She will teach here
this year as she will not Join her hus
band until next year. Palntsvllle Her
ald. LAWRENCE McCLURE NOM
INATED FOR STATE 8ENATE
Larenoe McClure of Huntington
has 'won the Republican nomination
for State Senate In Cabell, Putnam
and Lincoln counties, W. Vs., over
Col. Frank Tyree. He is a aon of
Prof. T. B. McClure of Wayne and
has many relatives In Lawrence coun
ty. :', '..'...'
AS USUAL NASH LEADS THE WORLD IN MOTOR CAR VALUES.
New pricea became affective August 1. Pricaa F.O.B.Faotory.
NASH SIX ' NASH FOUR
5 pass. Touring $1210 Touring: $ 935
Roadster $1210 Roadster $ 915
7 pass. Touring $1390 Cab $1195
Sedan ; $2190 Carriole $1275
Coupe $1890 Coupe $1385
Sport Model $1395 Sedan $1445
12 MODELS TO 8ELECT FROM ;
Whether your choice ia for a Four or 8ix cylinder cart open or eloaedt
two, three, four, five or seven passangeri roadster, touring ears, apart
modal, coupe, cab, carriole or sedan, it is unneeesssry to go outside the
complete line of new NASH models, to accomplish your fullcat motor
car aatiafaotion. Drop In and see the GREATER NA8H, rids In It and
be convinced. FOR SALE AT
I Big Sandy Garage I
Louisa : Kentucky I
AH Kinds Vegetables
Wanted at Fair Prices
We are In the market for all kinds
of garden vegetables at fair pricea.
Big stock of sugar on hands. Halt
gallon Mason Jars, some $1.10, Ball
1.26. half quart, and pint, teas.
We want Irish potatoes, big heads
onions, wool, hides, ginseng, gold seal,
grass butter 12c lb. In groceries, yel
low, white butter 10c lb.
We aell corn, chop and oats by the
sack, aell all feed 30 cents gallon.
trough In shade to feed horses In, near
May apple root 4o lb, north south
10c. sassafras bark root 8 cents lb. .
We aell amoklng tobacco, package.
20c lb. Ice cold pop lOo bottle, Ice
cream 5c and 10c cone. Cake comes
every day at store. Lemonade So f lass.
Ire cold, made of pure lemon Juice.
Big bananas 5c, oranges and lemons
for sick people ( for 25c.
We sell fresh loaf bread, making two
crips weekly to Louisa, Ky.
We pay 10c lb. for green veal calf
hide and 15.00 for "Old Bridle's" hide,
If weight Is In the hide.
W are agents for Obelisk and Self
Rising flour, leader of the world.
We will run lunch stand at Fair at
Louisa, Ky. We have gasoline stove.
have fresh duugtit fish. hamlerr.
bologna sausage, hot loaf bread. Ice
cream 5c and 10 cone. Lemonade
from pure lemon Juice, sugar pears.
big bananas. ( for 25c. Georgia peach
es, big lunch 2 5c.
It's always been "Pack again the
world!". We are little king at Blaine,
rule , the world. Always hungry for
trade and orders. "Bought right, half
Big Blaine Produce Co.
H. J, Pack, Manager.
BOX 85 i BLAINE, KY.
After twelve days delightfully spent
In camp near Saltpeter the party re-
tuned Monday to their homes. Includ
ed in the number were the following:
.Mr.xml Mis. U. I. Hager, Mr. and Mra.
Ouy D. Randolph, Ralph Mnynafd, U
A. Humpselle and H. T. 'Hicks of Wil
liamson W. A a.. Mlsa Lurlle Ferguson
and Mr. Earl Burgess, of Wayne, W.
Vs., Misses Evelyn Klnzer and Mnry
Hagen. of Huntington. Mieees Elisa
beth and Kmlly Conley, J. B. Hughes,
N. B. Conley and O. H. Snyder of Lou-
f a tasassssasss-' - :
; iii NOWJs the iE i
NOW Is the
Repair Your Buildings
Buildings that are not given proper at
tention and necessary repairs made, de
preciate much more rapidly than when
kept in good repair. Repairs cannot be
made successfu ly in bad weather and
should be made during the summer
months. Roofs should be painted, decay
ed boards replaced and buildings given a
general overhauling before winter.
Why not construct that new ooncreta walk or cellar
that you have been wanting, now. Paint the old house,
. it deserves It, ,
Ws carry a complete line of Lumber, Psints, Finish
ing Materials, Cement, Plaater, Lath, Roofing, Builders
Hsrdware and all other materials necessary to repair
buildinga of all kinds.
Headquarters for HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINTS.
MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOWIII
WINTER IS COMING!!
EASTERN KENTUCKY LUMBER
& SUPPLY COMPANY
I ' 111 1
Itw.i Phone 23, Louisa, Ky. j
lALX sO -4CT J
DUTY ON WOOLEN .
Washington, July 29. By a vote of
24 (o 24 the Senate approved today
the committee amendment Imposing;
dutlea on woolen cloth for men's suit
ings. Seven Republicans voted against
the amendment and three Democrats
The Republicans were Borah, Cap
per. Cummins. Kellog. Lenroot. Nel
son and Wadsworth and the Demo
Ocrats Broussard, Kendrlck and Rans
The duties as agreed upon are 2
cents a pound and 40 per cent ad
valorem on such cloth valued at not.
more than 49 cents a pound; 40 cents
and to per cent ad valorem on that
valued from 40' to 80 cents a pound;
48 rents a pound and 60 per cent ad
valorem on that valued at more than
80 cents a pound. Under an amend
ment by Senator Lenroot, which was
approved the 48 cents a pound com
pensatory duty would apply only on
the woolen content of the cloth.
Into the Machinery
illowlng aye-disorders to go wltheut
iorreotlen Is much the same as th tow
ns monkey wrench tnts the ma
iblnery. Often aerloua Samsge at.
jy auch carelessness or neglect - Am
sxamlnatlon by sur expert oculist, who
s also a registered physician, will ef
:en reveal auch disorders and make
possible their correction be fere ts
ate. Don't wait. Bee ua at one.
LAKE POLAN, M D.
Huntington Optical Company
324 9 St Huntington
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