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Friday, Novtmbsr 8, 1922.
BIG SANDY NEWS PAGE FTVD BIG SANDY NEWS Friday, Novsmbsr 3, 1922. acai If your back ache take a few doses of 7 I'lllM. . Witch Klk boots, 22, 25 ami 18 Inch .. at U, J. Carter's. It Mi's, Zb Huston III Improving after an illness of several duya. Full lino of mens' and boys' over coats at U, J. Carter's. It Use OH of Seven Pines for sore throat and weak lung. Mrs. Ella 1 lays Is able to bo out af ter ait Illness of several weeks. Oil f 7 Hues has rured old fever . sores of years standing;. A nlre residence I being erected on . Lock avenue by John Hoggs- i - : - , Miss Opal Sencer has accepted n i position as assistant In Or. C. II. Wal-' tcrs office. i '. . Waype . iJamron, f M -'iiir Pa was tiie gyeil u f"w days last week of his mother. . Horn, Monday. 1 lit, 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse II. Huberts at Portsmouth. Ohio, a son. The bunting season will open No vember Ifith In Kentucky. It opened In West Virginia the 1st. Win. Fulkerson and family have moved Into the cottage on the corner of Main Cro and Pike streets. Mrs- t'hns. Hogg, aged 4. died at Calicttshurg Sunday after a short II' ne. Her husband and eight children survive. (icorsc Arthur, little sun of O. R Lewis, has been very 111 with pneu monia. Ills condition Is somewhat Improved. The wedding of Mr. T, C. Sanger of Ashland and Mrs. Anderson or llunt Infton Ntook place ut Itussell, Ky.. a few days ago. John Chapman and wife have bought the restaurant next door to J. H Crutcher a store and have taken charge of the business, K. E. Ekers. of this county for some time stationed at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.. Is now Ui Schotleld Barracks, Hawaii. Steve Pacoiilc. 3.'., a Hungarian, was killed in a Pond creek mine by a fall of slate. He died Thursday. He leaves a wife and four children. Ml Bertha Hurinr, teacher In tin ' Williamson W Va., school,., di-d (if typhoid fever. Her bo.lv n.is laken to her home al (inborn, i iblo, for buna!. R lilHiikenshlp and d.uiKliters.. Miss es (irice, Lui lle. Ilipsry and ItiioKeue of Yiltesvlllc mad- all .nitomoblle lili to Huntlngtiili and back Sun. lay over the West Virginia road. K.mory .1. t kaggs, who spent the slimmer with relatives on n farm at Minor, Ky.,- has gone to the Soldiers Home a: l.vmvllle. Ill , which i about, 10 miles sout li of Chicago. Congressman Fields, of this district, has an appeal' ) voti rs In the NI-:WS this week, lie has given faithful ser vice to his constituents, regardless of politics and deserves ie-eccllon. ' Morw beautiful weather than we have been having lately never has be.u witnessed here. There was a light rainfall Wednesday night, but Thuis day it g n III brought suimhllle and balmy atmosphere. Mrs, A. T. Burton of Thealka has been here several days with her sis ter, Mrs. Hester Carter. Who Is con lined to the house by a sprained ankle sustained some .-Weeks ago, Mrs. Lucliin Lloyd. Kenov.i, W, Va.. Box No. 9ii3, w ill do yfiur hemstitch ing and plcotlng as good n the best. Mali orders receive prompt attention. Rates luc the yard. . All thread fur nished. 10-13-41 . The tliree-siory brick building erect ed on the corner of Madison and Main Cross t reels by Collinsworth. F.k ers will be ready by January to re ceive the stock of goods which they will put In. It Is quite n handsome nnd commodious building. FOR SALE! A number of houses and lots. Somo In the upper part and some In tho lower part of Louisa, rated from flOOO to 17,0(10. For prices and terma see II. K. BITHUKSS, Louisa, Ky 8-lS-lf Mrs. Louisa Lnwson died Tuesday from ptomaine poison, at her, home at Nuugiituck, Wter nil Illness of only six hours. She was the mother of 12 children, five sons and seven daugh ters.' Her husband died ix years ago. Burial at Williamson. .Miss Frances Norton- of Washing ton, D. C, who was hero a few days visiting Miss Hrrmla Northup left the llrat of I he. week for her home. She bad been In California for some turn.. Mlie la a nleco of Col. Jay II. Northup and stopped hero for a visit to him and his family on her way to Cali fornia some months ago. Hallowe'en was a llvo occasion In Louisa tills year. Most of the per formance waa. on Maln Cross street, whore a thousand masked youngsters, msiro or less, pnradi-il and threw con fetti, used slap stlcka, and otherwise , had a rolllckltiB time. There was some , mwn work in other parts of town by follows who always Inko advantage of , tin occasion of this kind to exercise their criminal toiulencies, Basket Ball Schedule Louisa High School : Hoys' basketball In the Louisa High School la making rapid strides, The boys are being- driven at top speed In preparation for the Class Tournument and the game with Kormlt her on November 24: The first scrimmage, which was he'd Tuesday, waa alow and ragged. The defense waa much better than tho of fense. Uonl shooting was poor, hut thnt la to he expected whllo learning new methods- of goal throwing Kcv cral candidates are showing up uh prospective member-, of the team, ('our now candidates have ' reported for practlcw: This brings the sound up to 23 members. Training- ruli-B have been given to the squad.. Thla will place tho team In physical condition fur the lung schedule which la being prepared for I hem. With each girl looking forward to the selection' of the tlrHI team, every effort IH being made to qualify for that selection. Hcrlmmago Is . being held each practice day and several good prospect are showing up. Anna Mary Miller and Jessie Carter are the best candidates at the forward position at present while Gladys Ilawea looks i sore nf the hack guard position; The selection of the other seven pin vers wlll '" " time as several are showing good form at renter ami run- nln guard, In each practice stress is being laid on defense and the girls are "moving rapidly. : Several patrons have been attending : Aiiogeiner ii was a mosi pronoun, practice and lire looking forward to : anil pleasant day to all who were Torino- Class Tournament as a big- alii- i innate enough lo nllend. 'tc'tlc treat of t ho season. ' i in lieccmber 1 Hie "Pals" vs the: Junior Missionary. "Leans" will play a game of baske: - tball as a "rurtaln-rnlser" for the game !liMtwe.-n the IsiiiIho Mich School ulrls ' unl tin- CatlettHhurg High H hfiwl J ': Kills wtio are to play on that date. As Jtlie High School buys have no gai n-1 ' fur that evening, it will offer an op-I portunlty to several of the town peo ple to try haskctal! liefor, tf;e public. Any man who can ouallfy as "fat" or "lean" will be able to show his bosk thnil ability at this time. The fat and Icon teams will have the opportunity of practicing a few times before the game. It is planned to play twenty games with the boys and probably as many with the girls. More games are desl.--ed for tlie Christmas vacation, for January and February. The schedule at present Is as follows. Class Tournament. Friday, Novambsr 10. illrls Freshmen vs Juniors. Boys Sophomores vs Juniors. Wednesday, November 15. Illrls Sophomores vs Juniors. Boys Sophomores vs Freshmen, Fridsy, November 17. Illrls Freshmen vs Sophomores. Boys Freshmen vs Juniors. November 24 - Kermit girls and boys at Ixnilsa. Iiecember 1 - CatU-ttsburg girls at fyiulsa. "Fats vs I-ans" at Imlsn. 1 1... -ember X- Loil.-a gll'Is and bovs .It Palntsvllle. II, ...ember 9- liuis.i boys at Plk- vllle. Iiecember 15 Icttshurir. l),eeinb..i .'I al Williamson. 1 1, r.-mln l 22 at Kerrnlt. January T. Itiil-.'i. January 13 tiois at lmisa lyoilsa boys at .i - I.oins.i pr i i !s and b iy- Iiui-. uirls ami hoy: Ca I h i 1 -Inn k boys at I'.-ilntsvi!!,, girls . I. Hillary 21 Plkevllle boys at l.ou l-.-i .'el.ru:i ry J.I- Williamson boys ;it Ivoillsa. t!s and SHERIFF'S SALE. t- virtue of an execution No. lnl "lo me dir.-cfe.l. wiiich Jsmied from 1 i -ofTlce of tin- clerk of the Liwrenci Circuit Cotur in favor of Augustus .-d.-r and against F. W. Meek. 1 will on the ;lllli day of November, P.I22. It being . county court day, at the front J door of the court house in Louisa i Kentucky, ai the liour of 1 o'clock on Mi id day. expose to public sale to the. bighe1 and best bidder, n tra.-t of I land lying on the waters of flreeit--brier creek, in Lawrence county. Ken-' ivieky. levied upon as the property of F W. Meek on which he now resides .loins M.'lvln Meek on the north and Joins Ceo. Meek's land on the. ast anil Joins Filbert Money on the, south and Joins the Luther llgc place j and llreenlu ler crock on the west and j i- the snnie land de.scrlbed in lease t book number 10 at page 1-17 in Liw- reiiee county court - clerk's office and j further reference is deed book number 41 al page 5S3 and deed number 4 at mge io7 in Lawrence county court clerk's office, supposed to contain three hundred acres (ind will proceed to sell kald hind or so much of it as will be necessary to satisfy said exe cution and the coat thereon, to the highest and best bidder on terms of six months, the purchaser giving bond wlih approved security, to have the force nnd effect of .'a Judgment on which execution may issue If tho same is not paid at moturlly. The amount to be raised la seventy live dollars with iirterest from first day of Iiecember. 1917, until paid nnd tho further sum of about twenty-live dollars In cost. 1 1 -3 -3 1 J. AV. Vnt'NO. S. L. C EATS FOR ALL GROCERIES AND MEATS We endeavor to serve Lou isa and vicinity in the best possible way with what the people want to eat. Fresh meats are supplied all the year. We do not drop out in hot weather :-: :-: :-: OUR TELEPHONE No. IS 49 LAMBERtl QUEEN LOUISA I KENTUCKY Lciiuncii 0 (Once more we desire to call atten tion lo the offer of space In thla col umn to all the churches of Louisa. It Is impossible for the editors them selves to report the news of all the churches. Bend In your items and we shall be glad to publish them.) . M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Missionary Meeting. Tho members of tho Woman Mis sionary Society of the M. K. Church, South, met at the church on Tuesday, for an all day sorvlce. They had ex tended a general -Invitation to friends ind the attendance was very good. Mrs. C. F, Ulce, president of the so clitv orcxldcd. The Mission stuily book for this year Ib "Building of In-1 din." The chapters or the bonk hart .ceo assigned the different members who discussed them in a very Inter esting and helpful manner. At the noon hour a most tempting luncheon was served In the basement which had been decorated in Hal lowe'en colors. The plates consisted of Innumerable dainties appropriate to i ill, nt-iinou. in the afternoon Interesting talks were made and the regular business meeting of the society held. The pas tor. Ir. Jernigan. was present . and dismissed the meeting with prayer. --,,. regular meeting of the Junior ; ' Missionary Society of the 'M. K. Church j ',,,, n. ivM,.h was in-ld List Saturday i iifLa-riioon at the home of Miss Edna I linys was well attended, all the mem- ,Pr, except two being present. An In-I i.-restlng program was carried out. A delicious salad course was served by Miss Hays at the close of the meet ing. Halloween Social. A social was enjoyed on Friday ev ening by the members of the Senior md Junior Kpworth leagues, In I charge of their leader. Miss Klizabeth Cnntey. It was held In the basement of the church which had been approp riately decorated for the Hallowe'en season. Contests, music and refreshments contributed to the evening's entertain ment. Pr. Jernigan Lb preaching to audi- -iri-B that are Increasing In num beis right along. The prayer meetings are well attended and a varied pro gram is used. Ohio and Kentucky Farms For Sale Near Portsmouth, 0. line 20 acre farm, good Improve ments, on river, close to town some fine timber, line fruit. Number one slock and dairy farm. One 70 acre, ail lev.. I. dandy build -Inns, lots of fruit I 1-2 mile.-, of Ports mouth. Two lf.0 acre farm-4 '.i mil., of city limits. i mile of pav.d load, good buiidi!ifc.-s. line water fruit, iv-iiiy ii" one of thes, farms selliuii J12..U of hulk dally from II cows. Come, see or write: E. T. LAWS0N Sciotoville, Ohio. ATTENTION Rolief for Gallstones. Cravel Stomach, Liver Itli.-umat ism and female troubles. Simple and easy lo relievo with Jack's t.allstone l..-m-'ily. which Is guaranteed to give a uuiek and permanent relief or money, refunded. fl.2. per bottle of 2" days', treatment or t; bottles for IS. no. Sent to any address. Postpaid C. i ). II. if desired. NEW LIFE MEDICINE CO. fill) Underbill St., Uiuisyllle. Ky. COUNTY SEAT ELECTION AGAIN IN WAYNE COUNTY The court house removal light in Wayne county Is on again for the third time in about a year. It is over shadowing the races for ail the offices, a number of which arc to be Idled at this election. MOVING TO COLUMBUS. B. Adams is moving to Colum 1). bus. Ohio, where he will engage In ..usiiiess. lteecnliy lie sold his Inter-.-st In a yrocery business In Louisa. He and the family will drive through Saturday. They will lie accompan ied by Hay Wilson. DAVID R. CHATFIELO DIES IN HUNTINGTON Funeral services for Pavid R. Chat- Held, 80. wlio died, tit the home of his niece Mrs. R C. Conlcy. :'3 Klirlith street, early Friday morning, will be held at ills old home near South Point, Sunday, liuriul will be iiunle In the Woodland cemetery tit Irotitou, (). Rev: J. T. Moore, formerly of this place, has moved to Orlando, Florida, from Kenova. W. Va., where ho had been living for some time. People for Whom the Best Is None Too Good Aro nlways the most enthusiastic con- -ccrnltut the excellence of our Dry Cleaning and Dyeing ..'.We hnve one of the most, efficient Remodeling Departments In the country. Furs transformed Into the niodo very quickly. Men's and women's garments altered In nny way! desired. Wo dyo fur skins nnd re - model them In any way. We tailor make mon'i or ladios' suits, $50.00 up. Latest styles. We pay $2.50 railroad far on every custom mado suit ordered from us. Send goods parcel post. We have no agents. THE TEASDALE CO. 625-627 Walnut Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. er&onaf Lum Adams of Christmas was In Louisa Monday, Rev. Jernigan was a visitor In Aah und Monday. J. P. Gnrtlrt was here from Ashland Thursday. ' T. B. Lane was In Welch, W. Va yesterday. L. M. Henry of Huntington, W. Va., was nere Saturday. Mr. Horn was a visitor In Colum bus, Ohio, Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Burgess of Wil- bur were In Louisa Saturday Mrs. T. J. Philips and daughter.Miss Muriel, were In Ashland Friday. Will Wllups of Huntington, was here thla week to seo his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Wilson visited relatives at Adams and Ellen Sunday. Arlle Martin has returned from Col umbus, Ohio, to his home near Louisa. Mr. 11. C. Austin of Kallsburg was a business visitor In Louisa Wednes- i day. i Miss Celeste See, who teai-h'-s in Ashland spent Sunday at her hor.ie here. Miss Itoberta Iilxnn and Itoht. P, , W. Va., I'ixnn motored to Huntlngt Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. D. Wallace went 10 Cincinnati Wednesday for a few days visit. T. J. Philips came down from Rob inson creek and spent Sunday at his home here. Mrs. Alma J. Thompson of Ports mouth, Ohio, was here Monday on her way to Wilbur. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Oarred left Thursday for Lexington to attend the homo coming. Mrs. Nancy Nlcewander and broth er. I hilt I-.vans, visited relatives in I Ashland Sunday. Mr. J. C. Thomas and family are in Huntington, the week-end guests of Mrs. A. M. Campbell. Mrs. Augustus Snyder returned :?un day evening from Cincinnati where die had been a few days. Miss Clara Bromley returned a few days ago from Columbus. Ohio, where she had been visiting friends. Mrs, Kate Moore left Wednesday for Cincinnati after a month's visit to her sister, Mrs. Hannah M. Lackey. Mr. W. L. fireen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred iMincan and daughter of Webb vtlle were visitors in Louisa Satur day. Mis. Ceoi-gla A. Johns of Coal Run, who had been visit Ing in Williamson. W. Va., was in Louisa this week a f.-w days. Mrs. Chn.v Va.. has been ciie-t of her Win. Carey. Johnston of Nitro. W. here since Sunday the parents, .Mr. and Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Preston returned Sunday evening after a visit to Mrs. I'r.-.-ion's daughter. Mrs. .1. N. Mc Cinre In Ashland. Misses Lillian and Charllne navies returned Monday to their home in Ashland after a week-end visit to Miss Klizabeth Yates. Mrs. Frankie Rowe of Hartford. N: V.. Is expected ill lAiuisa soon to spend tin- winter with her sister, Mrs. F. T. 1. Wallace. Mrs. T. J. Beavers w ill leave Friday for her home at Vienna. Yu after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. (1. H. Lewis and oiher Louisa friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Vaughan, Mr. anil Mrs. W. F. Wiechers anil Junior Lack ey drove to Ashland last Thursday to . :!ie Shrtners entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper N. Meek of Henrietta were here Monday, return-j ing from Mont Williamson's near Liu-j isa where they had been visiting. 1. B. Adams and family returned, Sunday after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. j Felix Adams on Cherokee. Thev were. nccompanled homo by Miss Vlrgie Ad- Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Hager of Wil liamson. W. Va., and Mr. and Mrs. C. j W. Ferguson drove over from Wayne. j W. Va., Sunday and visited Louisa friends. Mrs. W. N. Sullivan was the guest of Mrs. Klla Hays Inst Thursday. She was on her way to Manstleld. O. after a visit to her daughter and eon at Elkhorn City. Mrs. W. A. Mordica nnd daughter came down Tuesday from Pikevllle and were guests of Mrs. Ed. L. Well man. They wero on their way to Pennsylvania for a visit to relatives. Mrs. M. F. Conley, Miss Elizabeth Con ley. A. H. Snyder nnd N. R Con ley expect to drive to Lexington Fri day to attend home coming at the I'niverslty of Kentucky. O. R. Rur gess will leave Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ahlers, who had been here a few weeks left last Sat urday by automobile for their home In yulney. Florida. They are making lhn .,l,.n t.ln l... . Tlnnnnlrn rtt (I ( .... ,,.-,, ,,, nv which they came. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Atkins went to Afhlund Saturday evening and were guests of Mr. and Mrs.-D. Q. Mead. On Sunday, e accompanied by N. P. Petterson and family, of Huntington, W. Va., they drove to Portsmouth. O., nnd spent a few hours with Luther H. Atkins. They returned home Mon day. , OVERCOATS G. J. THE STORE AHEAD LOUISA - KENTUCKY THE NEWEST GOODS Almost every day we receive a new lot of the very latest styles for ladies in all lines of wear ing apparel. Why not get the latest styles when you buy? We give you the benefit of the lowest prices always. LADIES SUITS, DRESSES SWEATERS AND COATS, WAISTS, MILLINERY, SHOES, CORSETS, ETC. : JUSTICE'S STORE Louisa : Kentucky -'4'-4'''r-r-r4'' NEW IN ELLIS HOTEL BRUNSWICK BUILDING Our friends and the public generally are invited to call and see our beautiful line of new goods now on display. You will find the styles and prices satis factory in every item. We have LADIES SUITS, COATS,SKIRTS,DRESS ES, SWEATERS, SCARFS, ETC., CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND COATS. MEN'S CLOTHING, RAIN COATS, OVERCOATS, YARD GOODS, NO TIONS, ETC.,V-.::'vS.:-4;..v-;;.!;.;-::: Mail orders given prompt attention. If you can not come to town, write us what you want. I EILIS MATQOK & JACK THOMPSON TAHNOOSE LZH- We have a complete line of Hart Schnaff er & Marx Overcoats and suits for men & boys in the latest fall styles. . Ladies Goats Our fall and winter supply of Ladies Coats, Suits, Dresses is now on hand and is very attractive Come and see them at your first oppor tunity. . STORE LOUISA & JACK CARTER ! i 7