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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cowJuEfttfir 3 jCKJ 41 OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE REPUBLICAN unit PAPTYiIN KNOX COUNTY lew- - Mies: Vol. Ill, No. 45. BARBOURVILLE, KY.,. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914, Concern lias been eipresci) by those who see the possible (Ithmi on the Treasury I lint tin's prcer'enl u'hv create. Ii;st, immediately alter the coming elections, thousands of oilier such claims may be considered and allowed, regardless of the loy alty or disloyalty of the claimants Minority Leader during the war. Mnnn called attention to tli.s thing er, but he was ignored by the Dem Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. ms?mr$:-rmimim FIFTY YEARS AGO IN KNOX COUNTY I often think back of the old times, fifty ycar ago, when our fathers and mothers weie here. The mcnfolka cleared the land and plowed it with old home lis, hickory pins made plow-stothey also wore for Liieir low fiiiirtH ami nax pains and moccasins made of rawhide c fals-colter- s; -- ssssetsf iHJ imj l "THE ROLL of HONOR I V it THE NATIONAL BANK OP JOHN A. BLACK Capital & Snrplas More Than $52,500 X Ml BANK?' vr,t A 1 M1 Si V ocratic majority. I" i ffQS i-- V.' .'', er sits by the old wood m --m baking a big fat coon, or wild tur 0 other Notional Bonk th'is aide of Stanford, potatoes, in .the .; Kentucky, is a "Roll of Honor frinnk" key and sweet Deposits. the First Notional Bonk; of1 Barbourville. WtSW Missouriansfrom the "show me old lire oVlmv while t lie little are only obout nine "Rolf, of Honor" State" have added to their repu- girls aud boys are out hustling & il' National Banks in the wholcstato of Kentucky. Our tation for craftiness. They were some white- oak bark from the I , . .1.' i'' Knnlf i4ii ntt.'i M,l III il.I. CllSLinnnnn .hnrnnaa IIUS nni ciitltiuu strong for the tarifT when Dem- old rail fence to help mother and i ot us largo SURPLUS PROFIT FUNI. It grow. It is a United ocrats were being elected on tlio grandmother hake the rnon and . potatoes. Kight closo by set the rStates DEPOSITORY. 'A .depositor- " - for tlio United primary issue of that much I 1. II nra , 'QUI.. rusti. umce anu. tlio Un ted States Oniirr. .A ,1. , oiaic old spinning wheel and the old i subject, but now that the & The following gentlemen are the local stockipository for'lho City of Barbourville and Knox County. Wilson tarifT has played such cloth loom. Soino of our little It not only has the confidence of tlio Citizens, but also of industry girls and boys are out trapping holders: havoc with American Nation, tate,OityndConntybfflcors. iThisonglit to and id directly charged with the for sfiow birds tosvvingupuiouud M John A. Black, J. T. Beddow, Jas. D. Black, .CB Su,ewgrorne person iwlio thinks and who wants to industrial depression, loss of em. the old log fireplace. xo A. J. Croley, J. R. Jones, W. W. Evans, rdabusiness with a growing, 'strongsafe anil progressive Then you could step out and ployment and general hard times hear the old deer hound coming B. B. Golden, Geo. W. Hammons E. E. Evans, &nk. 'We appreciate both; large and small Accounts. ' Missourmns have quit talking J S. C. Jones, Joseph Miller, W. R. Marsee, tariff and the whole "hound dog" around the leading ridge with 'Interest pajd on Time Deposits. pack has gone barking headlong another (leer for the old men, and Joseph Smith, Jordan Miller, J. B. Siler, after another issue. This time it tiiis meant more bark for the girls i W. B. Starke. Jas. S. MHler, Felix Warfield, and boys to hustle, then yon is "good roads." Mrs. J. S. Miller. R. L. Blakeman, H.T. Miller, Even Congressman Shackleford could see those good old men W. R. Lay, D. M. Campbell, S. H. Jones and mj one of the craftiest of those from starting out with their "stink A. M. Decker. the Champ Clark State and who liait" to course up a bee tree, . was a member of the Ways and carrying with them an old buckot The ability, honesty and reputation of the above nam- - $ Means Committee which made and churn to bring the honey 111 cd is sufficient guarantee of SAFETY and it is not ne- - (Ml law, has home in, and there would have nncDirv tn aav flmf. thov-nr- . uw.. mnro H.an SAn AHH "?) i.jk... v v. v., r iri the Democratic tariff if j;t .j . j viv ., to be a rag smoke to keep the "Hie results of the Kansas Sena-withdrawn from that Committee The stockholders residing out of the County are worth tnri'nl pnmnry is record evidence and has taken the Chairmanship bees from get ting in bedwithyoii, more than $2,500,000.00 altogether affording such a will he a Republican of the Roads Committee. It is he then you could stepout and hear 1:1 strong combination that all doubt of ability and worth is year," said Representative Camp- vbo is leading thoMissouriansju the old cow bell on the big mounPBCIau To TnK Advocate ) banished from the minds of the public. bell, of Kansas, when asked what i uil hue and cry on the good roads tain at the old cow stood picking ?V FfeKMr Washington, D. C, Aug 12, 191f. he thought or the vote. "It is q, esiion. But they say theMis-s- on the peaviue and the little h surest barometer of political ari voters are demanding to be boys had to take their chances evidenceth.it those who voted the Progressive ticket in she "tva the reason for this sudden with the snakes tn bring the old have been less free from corrup- the Sidings; J I sentiment in the Nation is the especially those 19i2 are noJmnlly Reffublican. r cha ofie, so the Missouri Congress- cow down. And where are the tion than the general elections, , with a Blind End. Oh Lord, if in the House good old people now? They are know in my State of Kansas those men Are doubtful of their Wsi but the time seems to have come it oe iny pleasure, nave every The House Las two who'voted :. lying in old thrown out grave for Roosevelt in 1912, when Kentuckians can hold a pri- Semaphorre block along the line SOoak Rooms,-Democratic and did so, not bscause ther hnrl left yards grown up with bushes and mary election decently and in show thy White Light of Hope, briers. There should be some good order with practically no that I may make the Run of Life It is in these rooms the Republican party, but as a proUswMfis blica'n. fHV2 CHURCHES law passed to protect these old complaint from any quarter about without stopping; and Lord, give s "are said freely which could test against what happened in the country grave yards, the writer padded returns or stulTed ballot us the Ten safely voiced on the floor of Chicago convention. Commandments for m knows of one grave yard, at the boxes. "There will be a Schedule, and when I have from the itheHo"nse. In tbese rooms, Con- Church. Christian forks of Stinking Creek, which Progressive to the Republican party Igressraen gather and exchange It may be that there was fraud finished tho Run on Schedule Theit; will bv: preaching at the has been plowed down twenty practiced' in some localities. If time, and pulled into the dark, this fall and in 1816. not because ''confidences. Their j Sunday morning. years ago. so it is to be hoped that the courts statibn of Death, may Thou (the arc free and uncolored hypo- - those who voted the Progressive court lnouse next Now I will close, let me hear ticket ia 191 2 are not just as pro- The su bject of the sermon will be will deal with it. The more ef- Superintendent of the Universe) jMiifcal expediency. In short, they World." On from some old lady or gentleman fectively they do this the sooner say, the-- thought of the 'folks gressive as ever, but because they "God's . Love for the 'Well done, thou good and tepreent will have no protest to, male and account:-- , of the protracted meeting on fifty years ago. will all primaries be free from faithful servant, come and sign t aSKfhoiWe.'' J- II. Hammons. M. E. Church, tho Pay Roll and receive your the suspicion of unfairness. Leaks from the Democratic cloak- - can vote with the party to which now in progress at the South, there will be no evening they feel tlTey belong." Yes, it is true, we had a clean check for Eternal Happiness.' " mindicate a general belief among at the court bouse. Thousands of war claims amountelection, as we did iu November pressmen ttiat tew Democrats SPECIAL TERM OF Yow axe cordially invited to attend. ing up in the millions may raake.a I 101U, there is no reason why we KNOCKERS PLEASE 'JIfriU elected from the Northwest COURT heavy drain upon the Treasury, if J W Ligon, Minister should not always have just such coming campaign. The rea- READ AND TAKE elections, let every mau run on TrfsS for this" agreed on among Dem- - the amendment of which Oscar UnNOTICE M.E. Church The special term ot the Knox his merits, if he is qualified and fjjraticCongressmett (but not for derwood, Democratic House leader, is the author, is forced through. Circuit Court adjourned last Sat makes a good officer he is deservblicafion of course) is the almost SuudAy School at 0:80 a.m., urday and Judge Sampson left ing of our suffrage, if he is not he In every city there are always is eamplete. abandonment by the Wil- - Mr. Underwood's amendment a great many persons who are gdutiatstration of the inteeests the iirsl instance in fifty years A. M. Decker, Superintendent. for "Whitley City on train No. 12, is not entitled to anything and rning hour, to open court there on Monday. wherethe barrier of loyalty to the Services pt the usual ma should not be supported just be- never satisfied with anything and industries of the NnrMin.. between Peace We quote from the Courier cause he is a rich man and can whose main purpose in life seems j?Repub!icaas 'of the Senate Government, which has always subject: '"Contrast to knock and run down what been the basis of nil war claims, is and War." No service in tiie evening Journal of Aug. 8th as follows: buy his way into office. represent the progressive spirit Prayer mtceting Thursday evening. absolutely shattered. whole some one else has done oris tryThe grand jury did its Probing the Primary t times are making a. vigorous So far as the Democratic leader's many indict- ing to do, and this is especially All are cordially invited to ataiQst the stand-pa- t methods special term of the Knox Cir- duty and returned ff A Mch tae White House has ef-- amendment is concerned, the flood tend thesis services. ments, which their report shows. true of municipal government, cuit Court is being held at is usually a favorite tar. If all the judges of this Com- - which S F Kelley, Pastor." ly 'dominated Congress, and gates are thrown open for the filing for the purpose of inget. of hundreds of thousand of Confedsible to break down vestigating the recent primary inonwealth would instruct their Few of them ever stop to think M. E. Church, South juries to indict all who UEe of secrecin order that erate warclaims. lithe Democratic election. Campaign workers for grand that their responsibility is probaleader's policy is approved, it may liquorin the elections All are incited to worship with us j all parties are to be summoned to money and M"r "icivuuuiry may mean the. bly as great in this particular rewe would soon have clean politics payment of millions of during our revival services. Columbia testify. not until then. Will they do gard as that of any one else and it Uncle Sam to hi knees dollars to the South. Aud it looks Robt F Jordan, Pastor Theie were few indications of aud such might remember with profit, as though it might be, since DemottTettss,;while be fraud in tlio recent primary- - As it? if there are any of them iu Barcrats, South and North, followed $25,'00O,QO0, a rule the election passed ntl bourville, the following jingle Mr. Underwood in his break over (wyto the latin- - the loyalty quietly in the cities and in the A Railroader's Prayer from the Milwaukee Health-ologis- t: S bars like sheep. lease take it." country. No particular charges Republican Leader Mann fought , a Rfpablicaa from DAKER. An old railroad worker was "Why don't they keep the street of fraud have been made. The valiantly against the establishment converted and being present at a resolution Mrs. Elijah .Baker, of Middlesboro, special term of court in Knox a little cleaner?" there were U alh SeaatoTs be of this unusual . precedent in the daughter of You ask with deep annoyance fi T. and Rebecca King, county Mas called in advance of meeting at which was inquiries, he asked to KCQDr'of tfat.' tesfci. House, but he was swept away by not undue; of this city, diod at the home of her the primary. Doubtless the call many ho(i some eil'ect and the elec- lead in prayer. He hesitated for aviag the Democratic current. tt Cotn'milt parents- Tuesday, August 11th. The ing "Why don't they keep the side m? AtMhW Senator The particular claim was that of Advocate and :many of its readers tion was fairer in consequence a moment and then in a clear rewalks a little cleaner?" sounding voice, said : '?0h Lord, ('Ant8aio Q. Lovcll and Do deeply sympathize with the bereav- than it might have been other Did you ever stop to think that Hagge'rV Thee, 1 have jrmaa oi iae com- - of Confederate General Quitman for ed ones in their irretrievable loss. wise, it may oe inai mere win now that they, means Y0U1 ed a. httirl that Federal occupation of lands owned nothing for the grand jury to lift up my feet from the rough be beard,'Mt tbe'edge by that General, in the crop year of J AodIv a cotton cloth wet with do and if so tho county is to be road of life and plant them safely A REQUEST on the deed of the; Train of Sal bswMr,sonie 18G5. The United States Court of J BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT congtatulated. c'hri&Btation Claims rejected the claim because to all wounda, cuts liurns, sores or The courts are taking so much vation. Let us use the SafetyOur correspondents are requeit ,(h)Midtisd the owners of the land failed to blisters, aocT note its wonderful notice ot election conduct that Lamp known as Prudence; make s prompt nnd many of the evil practices of the all tho Coupling!: of tbf Trtin ed to send iu their matter net MtO establish their1 loyalty to the Gov healing power. It JH1. eraraent. The1 Standing Committee vtry effective. Price '25c, 50c and Dastaie V' ig eliminated. The with the strong Link ofLeMCand later than Wednesday ef sas cannot get ttrttt oh War.Claiws likewise rejected it, $1 per bottleil Sold at J. Prauk buying &H selling of votes is lot my Hand.hmp bJfc Hi We; Url alll m in wb and Heavenly but the DcaAttc kadttr pttt U JIawa's JJrrttovc, JBarbaurvillc, roucU K usiiydjH u inon than it waa a j, ly, er rmtmm Swikhw etewl througn. Tt. 'few ycatj 30. The &..j tr . ... i rt- flro-plac- THOSE CRAFTY MISSOURIANS leather. Motherandgrandmoth. e Safe as U. S. Government. !, Pays Z(o On Time SftFSTY LOCK BOXGS TO K6NT , ..... dit-cflas'- 'he i 1 .3 First Notional BaW, DarDourviHe, Kentucky. r:.,.. fe-- I If p o 7JP Washington Letter 4 fliat-thi- s I 111 .. o Cloak-roonrtal- k oljiepre-sentative- s. , s ipt-b- r at cxpres-fwon- - ser-vie- e . V" 1 Bar-bourvi- , lmet6ds con-"flM- tf -- r,"f DEATHS la - tr?0' st". heirs-iu-la- i 'dkrs' M-.w- e l,Ky.-Ap- 0 'tf v L'jlJ W pririw Fatkkn tttt sitr -- IT, Hr" J ?i- - T s- - ' THE fc MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE .ja '" M PUBIS HEARS THE CURFEW BELL Martial Law (or First Time Since Siege of Paris. CALM FOLLOWS GREAT NOISE War 8cenes In the Frivolous French Capital Citizens Must Do Indoors by 9:00 P. M. Society Women Take Volunteers' Places. : 5s5K 1'arii. Martial law Is in force for the first time elnco 1S70, when Paris was In a stato of siege. A visitor unaware of the situation would fancy himself In the midst of n national festival. 1 his Is on tho outside only, for every home has Its mourning. But life sits lightly on the Parisian The whole city Is beflagged; the streets are a mass of color; hardly a "building is there that Is not gay with bunting. The English flag Is conspicuous everywhere. In tho streets hawkers do a roaring trade selling little flags for the butantonhole, one the national other the combined colors of the trirlo entente. Horse and motor traffic are almost Luckily the weather keeps fine. Immenso crowds line the boulevards and chief thoroughfares. Quietness Succeeds Noise. A noticeable feature is the strango quietness which has come over the people. Wednesday there was a continuous roar; processions followed one another continuously Thursday It was as though the nation were dwelling on the death struggle with Its fiercest enemy. News sheets were snatched from runners for news of the Belgians' heroic opposition to the German advance. But, above all, the certainty that Eng' land is going to stand by transformed The third day of m&feUlsatlcra the big departure day. Men from twonty-elgh- t to thirty left by the northern and eastern stations, which are barricaded to all but tbo military. Five hundred train loads left In one day. All was demo In good order, with on absence of noisy manifestations. Many husbands break down when bidding wives and children adieu. On the boulevards a superb automoman bile driven by a bears an Inscription that It Is for the free use ut mobilized soldiers going to the eastern stations. As each soldier halls Jt and enters tho old man hands hamper and tho him a crowd cheers. Tlie famous dressmakers havo closed their doors. From the front doorways the mldlnettes stream out, carrying tricolor banners. From one establishment fifty young women emerge. At the head are three pretty girls who hold between them a huge banner. The rest follow, singing "La Marseillaise" as they march up the Rue do la Palx towards the boulevard. white-bearded d tu THE MARSEILLAISE To tons of freedom, wake to glory Hark! hark! what myriads bid t MS WILSON BURIED EMBARGO IS LIFTEl REGISTRATION OF .FORKItj SHIPS HAS NOW BEEN PRC" Your children, wives and grandslres hoary, Behold their tears and hear their crlos. Shall hateful tyrants, mischief breeding, With hireling hosts, a ruffian band, Affright and desolate tho land, While peace and liberty llo bleeding? To arms! to arms, yo bravol The atenglng sword unshcatho; March on! march onl all hearts resolved On victory or death. Now, now the dangerous storm Is rolling, Which treacherous kings, confederate raise; Tho dogs of war, let loose, are howlv ing. And lot our fields and cities blaze; And shall wo basely view tho ruin. While lawless force, with guilty risot yoj With luxury nnd pride surrounded, The vllo, Insatlato despots dare, Their thirst ot power and gold ub bounded, To meet and vend the light and air: Llko beasts of burden would they load us, Like gods would bid their slaves ndoro: But man Is man, nnd who Is more? Then, shall they longer lash and goad us? can man resign theo, Once having felt thy generous flame? Can dungeons, bolts or bars confine O Liberty! Interment of the President's Wife at Rome, Ga. Funeral Services Held In the Whit House Are Attended by Family, Intimate Friends, Cabinet Mem bers and Committee From Congress. iucu run. . i'1 v.? Will Open Large Part of the. Coastal wise Trade of the United 8tateiu Now Closed. Western Newspaper union News Service. .5i wniinnglon With a provision polc&fjj mlttlng Iho president to open a large--? . ? . pari or mc coastwiso trauo or tnev United States to forolgn built shlpa-JfS- t and another clause reaulrfnc at leasU" an American majority Interest In alL vorseis brought under tho American. jEbssk"! flag, the senate passed a measure llft-- J ing tho embargo against the American. registration ot ships built nbroa iZamam manned by foreigners and uninspected fnder Amorlcnn law. AvmmmEThe bill represents tho first hurried attempt of congress and tho admlnts-tiutlto provide' nn outlot for Amerup by tho ican products, dammed paralysis of ocean traffic which has followed tho general declaration of war In Europe. An Important feature of tho bill, ns passed, representB-- a victory ior inoso who insisieq ,matv- -. when forclen built shins are brought ? under tho American flag the acquis- Hon of a substantial Interest In the vipbp.i hv rlH7nna of thla rnnntrv- should precede the award of protection by this government. Americans Offer Services. "In the Montparnasse quarter, Holy Trinity lodge, a meeting house and hospital, chiefly for the use of American artists, sculptors, etc.. Is now transformed Into a military hospital. The members of the lodge unanimously offered their services for military work. As the German ambassador left a street urchin crept through the lines of soldiers to the railway car. As the envoy entered the lad called out, "Give my compliments to William." The crowd enjojed the Joke more than the departing guest. A smartly gowned young woman has on her arms a lad of fourteen, dressed In a Russian naval suit with a cap marked "Russia." A guard passes. The boy leaves his mother and cries at the top ot his voice, "Long lhe the French army." Tho officer stops hie men and kisses the boy on both checks. A correspondent was approached by An officer in uniform and asked to witness the civil marriage of one of his men. Soldier Dehiporte Jean Marie was united with Cliomel Caux. Kissing his bride and shaking hands, he has- - stride. Spreads desolation far nnd wide, With crimes and blood his hands bruing? im- Gzurs in Military Service Russia Is Universal and Compulsory. Field Force of Empire In Europe ComCorps, With prises Twenty-Seve1,038 Battalions, 642 Squadrons and 497 Batteries. n i d Washington, Aug. 11. In tho presence of her stricken husband, her relatives and scores of porsdns who had known her In nor girlhood, the rethee? mains of'Mro. Woodrow Wilson, wife Or whips thy noble spirit tame? of the president, were Interred today Too long the world has wept, bewailIn Myrtlo Hill cemetery at Romo, Ga., ing That falsehood's daggor tyrants tho home of her youth. She lies beside her father and mother. wield, The Bpcclal train from Washington But freedom Is our sword and bearing tho family, Intimate friends, shield, members of tho president' cabinet And all their arts aro unavailing. and committees from tho house and To arms! to arms, ye brave I senate, reached Rome about two The avenging sword unsheathe; March onl march on! all hearts, re- about two o'clock and tho caskot was taken at once to the cemetery. The solved On victory or death. brief services at tho gravo were attended by nearly the entire population ot Rome, for very many of tho clUzens had known and loved Mrs. Wilson In DARK DAYS OF 1870 her young days. Tho train doparted for Washington eoon after the conclusion of tho services. Franco-Prussia- n War One of Funeral Services In White House. Tho funeral services tor Mrs. WilSwiftest in History. son vcro held at two o'clock Monday afternoon at the White- House, In tho historic east r.oom whero only a few How the Germans Overwhelmed the months ago sho witnessed the wedding ot her daughter Jessie and FranFrench Armies and Captured Paris cis B. Sayro. Rev. Sylvester Beach, After Long Siege and Deswho married both Mrs, Sayro and Mrs. perate Defense, McAdoo, officiated, being assisted by For 45 years the guiding principle Rov. James M. Taylor, pastor of the of French statesmanship has bet n em- Central Presbyterian church of Washington., bodied In tho mnxlm that Germany's Though tho services wero private, oxtrcmity would be Franco's opportunity. Has that hour come? Events tho members of the cabinet and comseem to show that Franco believes It mittees from tho senate and bouso attended, and a number of Intimate has. Tho German empire and the French friends of the Wilson family also were republic were born together In the present. Banked about tho casket wero nusraoko and (lame of tho terrible battle of Sedan Thero the French omplto merous beautiful floral tributes, sent went down with tho fortunes of the not only by officials and wealthy per last Napoleon, and there tho mighty sons, but by tho poor and humble, who Bismarck laid the steps of tho kaiser's loved and revered tho president's wlfo. Throughout Washington as throughthrono. war of 1870 was out tho nation, all flags woro at half-maThe Franco-Prussiaand the general mourning was one of the most swift and terrible In history, By rapid and simultaneous ivldcntly deep and sincere. movements the Prussians crumpled Her Death Peaceful, Mr3. Wilson's death, which took the two wings of the French army mobilized on the Alsatian frontier, de- place Thursday, August 6, was peacefeating them In the sanguinary battles ful. Tho president held her hand of Welssenburg, Worth and Splchern. then she passed away. Her threo i.lushters, Mrs. Francis Bowes Sayro, Marshal McMahon and Marshal commanding tho two French Mrs. William G McAdoo nnd Miss armies, attempted to form a Junction Margaret Wilson, knelt at horliedslde. She had been unconscious for about and retreat to tho Moselle, but Prlncn Frederick Charles, commanding tho threo hours before the end, but about Prussian advance, defeated the exe- wo o'clock roused herself and smiled cution of tho plan and drove Bazalne faintly at her dear ones. She was back upon Grnvelotte where, on Au gust 18, 1870, took place the decisive battle of that name, the second only of Importance In tho war. The Prussians had 200,000 men and the French 130,000. In. nlno hours ot carnage In which tho Germans lost 20,000 men bbbbbbbbbtZ.. 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Those after tho declaration or war, was at the bedBldo not relatives were the fought the Waterloo ot the second six consulting physicians and the French empire. The emperor was over- nurses from the naval hospital. whelmingly defeated and personally Months of constant Illness, which surrendered with his entlro army ot began with a nervous breakdown, ag83,000 men. gravated by a tall on the White House Two days after the disaster at Se- floor, with an Injury to her spine, and republic was proclaimed, and then Brlght's disease brought about dan the on September 19 the Prussians had in- tho end. vested Paris and the slega began. The Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was born In history of that siege Is a separata Savannah, Ga., the daughter of Rev. phase ot the war. To It belong the Samuel Edward and Mrs. Margaret terrible scenes ot the Communo, the Jane Axson. Her maiden name was escape ot Gambetta from the capital Ellen Louise Axson. She wbb eduIn a balloon and his attempt to raise cated by her parents and was gradrelieving force, and the desperate uated from Shorter collego in Rome, a bombardments and sorties of tho in- Ga. Her father was tho pastor ot vesting and beleaguered forces that the Presbyterian church in Rome. make one of the darkest pictures In In 1885 Thomas Woodrow Wilson, modern war. Before Parts capitulated then a young lawyer, and long a in January, 1871, Bazalne bad sur- friend of the Axsons, went to New rendered Metz with 176,000, men; York and took Miss Axson back South Strassburg fell and the ecattored with him. They were married in the armies were everywhere overwhelmed parsonago of the Independent Presbyor driven to flight terian church at Savannah, where Mrs. Wllspn was born. FOOD PLENTIFUL IN During all of lier married lite Mrs. Wilson found time to coptlnue at her Paris. Food remains plentiful In painting. Her canvasses are .In tho Paris and prices have Increased only Art Institute, Chicago, In New York, slightly since the outbreak ot war. Philadelphia and Indianapolis. Meat and vegetables are the principal commodities affected, as retailers 'find Methuselah Outclassed. difficulty In bringing them from tho "They bay a man Is aa old as he central depots. feels." In the great central markets thsre "They are wrong. No man could are large quantities ot vegetables, and possibly be aa old as I feel afer I pushcart dealers reap a rich harvest have been up all night walking the as they have the advantage over store- floor wltii the baby." keepers, whose vehicles had bora taken by the military, She ToM Him ef KruH sa4 poultry V& t lew Ohh( "Bo husband was wUUksa (or ibs usual pnee, wfttu ovtter was a, deer? I awMtfoiry'r7)ti,'' ptiV "A1J kT ilit tftjju WltVH. Wa ati4BL but Um.pt! rtWI 714 em! HMbme, M M ssBsVf HaHIW fi mtWCHBV JsMtssj mm away- - to kjMf Lntfts . . JBE X. mmmm, j WBQ, fltjSBij f tw iTur n st ... ... ... -- ?. !fBi1 - i on hSI ,tr "' ' $&& YOUTH IS SLAIN BY A HUCKSTER. . . 'W- - FRENCH ARMY OFFICERS 9 These armies are practically distinct and the terms of service In each are V3 slightly different Speaking generally, service In the first line or.actlve army Is for thrco years'In the Infantry, Held and foot, artillery', and for four years In the other arms. Tho soldier is then transferred to the reserves (zapaB). Having completed eighteen years In tho first line and Its reserves, the soldier passes to the,"opolchenle" to serve flvo years. Tho Cossacks, occupying the southwestern portion ot European Russia, hold their lands by military tenure and are Uablo to service for life. The Cossacks proper troops are almost entirely mounted. A Russian division consists ot two brigades ot two rcglmcntB. To each Is attached an artillery brigade, an engineer battalion nnd two or threo squadrons of Cossacks. The normal army corps has two divisions, a howitzer division and sometimes a cavalry division. The fighting strength tho thirst for street demonstrations tone off to fight for his country, leav- - ot an army corps is 36,000 men without cavalry, or 40,000 with cavalry. The crowd awaits events without noise Ing the bride sobbing convulsively. The field army ot European Russia or bluster English and Italians are Women Fill Men's Jobs. army corps. consists ot twenty-sevegreeted in the cafes with lifted hat or The women of Paris rose to the a word of good fellow-ship- . At tho ho- emergency created by drafting the All told, the army of Russia In Europe tels the English visitors uro treated men of the city for the army. Society comprises 1.03S battalions, 642 squadwith especial courtesy and deference. women took the place of men clerks rons, and 497 batteries. In 1913 RusAmericans rank In the popular mind In stores to sell necessities. Young sia had only one dirigible. Tho field army In tho Caucausus with Britishers as friendly to France. girls told tickets In the underground consists of three army corps and four Curfew Law In Force. stations. Others acted as waiters in The new law is now In force; all cafes. Grocery stores and meat shops cavalry divisions. In the Asiatic army there are Ave citizens are expected to be Indoors at were run by women. Small boys were brigades, which mobilize as the First 9;00 p. m. Tho curfew bell warns all put on as guardH on the underground and Second Turkestan army corps. at eight, when the cafea close and trains. The motormen are aged, Each has a Turkestan artillery bristreets are deserted. The theaters men, Ineligible for service in gade. Tho largest part of the Asiatic follow rult. The receipts at the Come-di- e the army. enjoys tho novelty army is in East Siberia. Slnco the Paris Francalso on Monday were under of women doing men's work, nnd the war the East Siberian $90. Twelve of the leading artists have women apparently do, too. forces havo been increased. They gone to the front, among them Albert Tile war has leveled all classes. would mobilize as five Siberian army Carrco and Georges Rlcou. The Odeon theater has lost Paul Gavault. A few French society women have taken into corps instead ot three, as formerly. The peace strength of the armies of minor cafea chantant still try to draw, their homes the destitute wives and children of private soldiers ordered to Russia is over 1,200,000 of all ranks. but the Moulin Rouge Is closed. The Asiatic army would mobilize the eminent academician, has the front. about 200,000 men. Tho grand total James Gordon Bennett Is Reporter. Joined his regiment. The American adventurer gets the ot Russian armies, therefore, Is about The police continue to be on the Russian alert for spies. Many arrests have same treatment from the American 1,850,000 men. The "three-line- Infantry rifle, James la armed with the been made. Foreign residents have to embassy as the millionaire. apply to the police stations for per- Gordon Bennett, millionaire owner of model 1891. The most Important Rubslan fleet Is mits to remain In the city. The gates the New York Herald, Is acting as a .are closed all around the fortlflca-cation- s reporter for his newspapers, going In the Baltic, with base at Kronstadt port on the Arctic coast in at 8:00 p. m. Lata arrivals dally to the American embassy to col- A naval Lapland Ib being Russian constructed. by automobile have to run dote ex- lect "stories." amination. 'Carrier pigeons are the Ambassador and Mrs. Hcrrick esti particular objects of suspicion to the mate that all Americans In the city SLAVS THINK KAISER INSANE police. The law of 1888 for bidding have now been provided with the re What Rational Monarch, Asks Newsthe importation of pigeons has been quired police passports. paper, Would Believe He Can Whip renewed. All the gun shops In Paris It was observed that Thomas Ryan, the Rett of the World! have been requisitioned to deposit won of tho American millionaire, and their stock In warehouses to be held Oscar Underwood, son of the senator As the momentous events ot the till martial law is abolished. Special from Alabama, bad to take their places Municipal nurseries have been organ- in a line ot Americans who desired to world unfold the conviction grows In ised for the care ot InfanU whose see the ambassador Mrs. Howe, a tho minds of men that Kaiser Wllhelm mothers hava 'Volunteered or the Red sister of President Wilson, stood hours Is Insane, obsessed with a war mania, says the Narodnl Olat, a Slav NewsCross or other work. In line. paper printed In Chicago. What rational monarch who knows the laws people of 1870. MEN ANPt"HE MAN Yet Napoleon and of preponderance would believe he , Von Moltke "wero supreme actors la can whip the rest of the world? Yet Something over a huadxtdjri'ars ago the two periodsv this military madman attacks Russia, a Of the fatefyl Battle ot the Boyne France, Belgium and Holland, and the military genius waa with France. than-hal- f Inviting Oreat a century 1mthe great leader; ago Germany the Irish have always said that It their frousxtearlyBritain, rest ot reprisals A all th leader had hM:WlllIm and their en- the world. However, much phhu sa?r count emjea MwlfpfoaW, a different tory Mankind Is slowly and stupidly. learning the awful error of trusting hiu, jn ib nan oeee count. would hava UWoMIm. power ot life and death oooptfof "e lata war develop a men with TO avsr ml Milan at Ma. llMnwi. iui - ,u ' war Bad laat lUa t nill Mloa lu lk "HwrnHi ih satnivasarvaM -- - "--"- -- tea, full ,Wfce Bom ekn I at tWtsW ' fI J Russia haB an extenstvo frontier both by sea and land, protected by nuot various merous fortifications classes. On the west Poland Is defended by a 8) stem of four strongholds, sometimes called tho Polish quadrilateral. The more Important fortresses and forts Include Warsaw, Kronstadt, Sveaborg, Llbau and Vladivostok. Military service In Russia Is universal and compulsory. Service begins at the ago of twenty and extends to the completion of the forty-thiryear. Owing to the extent of tho empire, there are threo armies, known ns the army of European Russia, the army of the Caucasus and the Astatic army. Mo- Kendollvllle, Ind. Howard uuigiuin, ib, ot Lansing, Alien., was shot and killed by C. L. dishing, huckster, residing one mile cast of the city. Cushlng fired throe shots from a shotg gun, tho buckshot taking effect In man's hack. McLaughlin, with threo other companions, had been trespassing, nnd Cushlng, fearing they , wore pilfering his watermelons, opened fire, It Is charged. Cushlng Is un- -' deder arrest for murder In the first "gree. -, fttfp m jfiS" ii LOCK CASHIER IN THE VAULT., r j d& 9 J 4L?T f j JsH Ft. Smith, Ark. Three masked men "" r"J robbed the Bank of Covo at Cover PfiS Arn.. oi fi.auu nnu escapeu niter iocK- -r Ing the cashier in the vaulL The men 'i"g5" J wero reported to bo maklnjr towardSsB&Sfcl tho rote.iu mountains, with n posse in close pursuit. .JS-l- '2S& i 5? SCOUT MASTER ECKER DROWNS. O. Solzod with cramps 'Toledo, when swimming in Cedar creek, 20 miles east of Toledo, J, B. Ecker, scout master ot the Toledo division of tho Boy Scouts, drowned In 10 feet of water. Ecker was In charge of 300 Boy Scouts. J jC . .' CINCINNATI Com MARKETS 3Br A iV" i.i Z2Bwmi H ? & n .2Lj9HPP-BlvnBB- W n'' No. 1 white 89c, No. 2 white 8789c, No. 3 whlto 878Sc, No. 4 white 86SJ87C, No. I yellow 88&089C, No. 2 yollow 884D88HC, No. 3 yellow fc7488c, No. 4 yellow 87874c, No. 1 mixed 8888V4c, No. 2 mUcd 870 88c. No. 3 mixed 86V6?87c, No. 4 mix-c- d 85Vif(8C'jf, white ear 848Sc, yellow ear 8!iO87c, mixed ear 84ft8Cc. Hay New hay Is as follows: No. 1 timothy $20fi'20.50, No. 2 timothy J18.r019. No. 3 timothy lG.r017. No. 1 clover mixed $18819, No. 2 clover mixed $lli17, No. 1 clover $19? 19.50, No. 2 clover J1717.50. Oats No. 2 whlto 12c, standnrd 410, No. 3 whlto 41c, No. 4 white 3940V4c, No. 2 mixed 4040Sc, No. 3 white 39 40c, No. 4 mixed 380 38V4c Rye No. 2 rye 80c, No. 3 rye "6 78c. No. 4 rye 6676c. Wheat No. 2 red 98cffiM, No. 3 red . gray-haire- d Russo-Japanes- e Mau-Barre- 95097c, No. 4 red 8894c. Eggs Prime firsts 21c, firsts 19c, ordinary firsts lCc, second 12c. Poultry Hens 13c, do light 13c, roosters 'JVjc; springers, 2 lbs and. over, 18c; under 2 lbs, 15c; young' snrlng ducks, 4 lbs and over, 13a; ducks, white, under 4 lbs, 12c; colored, llo; turkeys, toms 16c; ben turkeys, 9 Jbs nnd over, 164c; cull turkeys, 8c. Cattle Shippers J7.5O08.75, extra $9Q9.25, butcher steers, extra J8Ip 3.25, good to choice com- - " J7.2.riJ7.90. mon to fair $5.5007; heifers, extra $7.8308, good to choice $707.75, com- mon to fair $4.5000.75; cows, extra $ti.3506.5O, good to choice $5.7500.25, T; common to fair $305.50; canuers $3, " j h t, 4.25. Bologna Bulls Steady. $606.65. t fat bulls $6.5007. Hogs Packers and butchers 10c to I, 15c lower; light shippers 25c to 35c lower, pigs 60c lower. Selected heavy $9.6509,75, good to choice packers and butchers $9.7509 80, mixed pack er $9.6509.80, stags $506.85, extra sti.9007, common to cnoice heavy r sows $6.2508.50, light shippers $9, 09.80, pigs (110 lbs and less) $6,500 .2r -Sheep Extra light $4.75, good choice $4.3504,70, common to $2.5004.25. heavy sheen $3.75 good to choice $8.2508.75, comm fair 15.7008, CUIIS I4,ZoU&. TWENTY PEOPLE ARE If f r - u Spring Utnbs Extra $8.75! de-D- w Ur4kU i $ te t mm mm im ; frit GeteM a M "' - '- l) -- WU J Ik B . .' jg tfc , 'inTmmUr -- tho awt tab, Mr. I jhMiM&JugfaJg! '' irJrfT 1t yir 4 "" tpa.... w " m' . m 'a.MUh af elNtW eX iiFSL WsV ,MMrM jmbv r rinvpUnit n. .Twenty vt Injured, U ot them seriously, Dortb-beuaA. V, u, limit! fooir ed Into a south-boun. er i ""re oars embed wane d !( d rtjw' TiiriifliiiiMrii - &y&j$s&s3p,Bw?. -- .- v ; THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t j, f'YV.i permany's War Dead Are Cremated On Bloody Field of Battle at Liege HOLLAND WILL PROTECT COUNTRY FROM INVASION Belgian Soldiers Discover Plans of Dutch Forts In Uniform of German Boy Scout AI1 BRITAIN'S WAR SECRETARY w CLOSE PORTS OF NORTH EUROPE FOLLOWING PLANTING OF MINES NEW DANGER CONFRONTS TREASURE VESSELS. BILLION TO SO. AMERICA Will Do All In Their Power to Supply Necessaries For Other Countries. Washington. The European war has developed such a critical situation in South America that Director General John Barrett, of tho Union, in his capacity as an International otricer that Is, an officer of all the South American countries as well ag of tho United States makes the following urgent appeal to the commercial and financial Interests ot the United States: "As tho executive officer of the Union, the organization of tho American republics devoted to the development of commerce, friendship, Intercourse and good will among them all, I appeal to the banking, shipping, manufacturing, exporting and Importing interests of the United States to ghe at this moment every possible aid and attention to the critical South American situation brought on by the European war. I also ask the newspapers, in both their editorial and news columns, to glvo all publicity possible to this matter, so that their constituents Interested In this situation may be Informed of their rcsponslblllt) and opportunity. "While cierybody mus profoundly regret that a Condition of war and tho sufferings of European nations engaged In a great conflict should In any way be exploited for the selfish gain ot the United States, Its business Interests have a duty nnd responsibility In this crisis which must be met, ccn If It may bring them ast material benefits. Looking at the situation In a thoroughly unselfish way. It presents demands upon tho United States from South America which can not be neglected, but which, If responded to In the right spirit, will be enormously beneficial to South America and the United States alike. n EUROPEAN WAR AND ITS EFFECT ONE-HAL- F IF;- - ' . OF FOREIGN ELEMENT IDLE IN ENTIRE INDUSTRIES OF CINCINNATI. '- a ,Uj SHIPS TO TAKE NO CHANGES TO SAVE LUMBER MARKET Germans Scattering Contact Mines Indiscriminately About the North Sea Are Reports Received. Hospitals Are Filled With Wounded Com bined French -- English-Belgians Armies Will Assume the Offensive Against the Germans Russians Are Scouring Baltic Sea WAR BREVITIES posts In tho Hesbajo district. Tho Germans havo begun a systematic of llcsbayc In order to discover tho positions of tho Belgian field army. Their cavalry patrols aro followed by Infantry detachments. Tho German cavalry has passed the outskirts of Llxhe, following- a routo g to tho south of the province of to TongrdT and St. Trond, and evidently proceeding toward Hesbaye. Two hundred German cavalry with quick flrers already have reached Han-nu- t, 17 miles to the northwest of Liege. Engagements have taken place principally along tho line between Tlrle-moand St. Trond and half way beTho tween Escmal and Gusscnhavcn. German cavalry Is reported to have been everywhere repulsed with loss. Llm-bur- Export Business Amounting to $30Or 000 Per Year Has Been Closed Indefinitely, It Is Stated. Cincinnati, O. While f of the foreign residents of the colonies In Cincinnati rested without employment, the effect of the European war was felt In tho active Industries of Cincinnati. Forty-fivmen emplojcd at St. Bernard by Theodor Erbeu Francke, lumber exporter, of Hamburg, Germany, lost their positions because of the European war. At the same tlmo an export business which amounts to about JSOO.000 a year was closed lndellnltely As a direct result of these conditions and the fact that about 33 per cent ot the lumber cut in the United States Is exported, Alexander Schmidt, head of the Cincinnati Lumbermen's Club, has called an informal meeting of the members It is for the primary purpose of saving the lumber market of Unthe United States, it Is claimed official information received Indicated that 40 of the largest mills In the Mississippi Dela had been closed one-hale the Administration exerting every effort to develop foreign commerce and to tako advantage of the stoppage of Industry In a largo part ot Industrial and agricultural Europe, there suddenly camo to this government a warn ing from Great Britain that It would ji&XfK: ra.rTL'- a r.riYi be unsafe for merchant ships to enter iik.f-the North Seu. 'al This admonition was delivered to 3tRitRaMjysaaia2 Secretary Bryan by Councilor Barclay, . Ey: Mr Hi Washington. With Congress and ,', yi iMiiZfc Maestrlcht, , Holland. Wholesale " . - Many brilliant sortie have been plete. made by the Belgians from the forts, Several warships German commands operating apart Australian from tho main body being attacked Joined the British squadron In East Asiatic waters. and driven back with severe losses. Recruiting goes on in London for So vicious has the fighting been about over-sea- s : the city that it Is reported the Meuse services. Is running red with the blood ot the dead and wounded. Nfc... - Western Knrmsnrr ITnlnn Kn It is officially announced here that Maastricht. Holland. The wholesale the German loss In tho Helglan camicrematlon of iio bodies of German so!- - paign was 2,000 dead, 20,000 wounded j.dIora klllod In the fighting before hnd 9,700 prisoners. Refugees say the T l.nn Belgians' loss Is heavy and that all the In . as n.Ihnil nmHna "& tlvcs who havo crossed Uic frontier hospitals of Ghent and other nar.by Into Holland. For two or three sue- - cUIcb arc filled. v' t . cessive nights after tne fearful car- WANTS j nage around the forts ot Llego the HERRICK SUPPLIES. Germans-collected their dead and piled Ambassador Cables for Large Quantity them In heaps of 20 or 30 each for jj of Hospital Supplies. -- cinoration. The officers explained to . tho men that It was necessary to burn Washington. Ambassador Herrlck the bodies In order to prevent them jji 5&1. - from becoming a menace to tho living, cabledto the state department an un tnero waa nothing dlsrespoct- - urgent request on behalf of tho AmeriW'. rui to tnose wno nau uieu tor tneir ican hospital at Paris for a large quancountry In thus disposing of their re- tity of hospital supplies for sick and mains. Over each heap a short fun- wounded French soldiers. Miss Mabel T. Boardman, cnalrman eral service was conduced, and mili salutes were given by firing par ot the national relief board ot the fljrVIW ties. In cases where tho dead were American fled Cross, notified the amlying to close to Delglan forts for thU bassador that because of limited space process tho bodies were dragged lin- on tho Red Cross steamer Boon to ger cover of darkness nnd pitched Into start across the Atlantic, only part of .v the Illver Mouso, to float 'seaward, tho big shipment could bo sent at this Sanjtary conditions probably were not time. Requests for hospital supplies the solo reason for removing tho dead also wero received from several Amor-leawomen engaged In lted Cross tRBc as" rapidly as bosslble. German offw icers realized that the sight of eo many work In France. Mrs. Boanlmaji, anIctlms might have demoralize.! tho nounced that persons sending money troops as thoy. advanced to or supplies for European relief might designate tho country In which they Bsih'attacks. !JrukelB.--Th- a belief Is growing wanted thplr gifts used. 'jjermany win Moiato uutcii neu-tii WBM ii 9NivMfl as a preparatory step to attack- - CRUISER 8IGHTED OFF COAST. Delglan soldiers have' lisSgAntwerp. Newport, It. I. Hoports that a Britverea complete pians or tne fortresses a( Maastricht con-I- n ish cruUor and three French warships the uniform of a Qernmn were soon off tho roast of Southern J5?5 from Alx la Cbapelle. where Now England wore recolved hero. William has established Their names could not bo learned, rters. Tho boy scout, affect- - Tho English vessel was s'ghtrd close , staggered Into the Uolglau to the Nantucket Shoals lightship. TLo station beyond Liege and position of tho French warships was (went for severe Internal not given. s who examined him wrong physically, but AIRSHIP RIDDLED WITH 8HOT. cremation of bodies of German soldiers killed In fighting at Liege described by German fugitives. Over each heap a short funeral cervlce was conducted, and military salutes were given. London. St. Petersburg dispatch to the Post says the Russian fleet Is actively scouring the Baltic Sea. Washington Reports that Great Britain has forbidden the landing of all foreigners on her shores. Suggested that any order Issued by the British authorities In all probability would not be enforced against neutral foreigners desiring to land temporarily. Cologne. Spire of the Cologne Cathedral and other cathedrals In Germany have been transformed Into aeroplane defense stations. Brussels. Ten thousand German cavalry with Gatllng guns and followed by Infantry operating between Tongres and St. Trond. London. "All forts surrounding Liege .remain Intact. Each fort thus far has been able to resist the frequent attacks of the German Investing force. Clashes between the Austrlans and Russians of minor Importance. Shanghai dispatch says 45,000 Japanese soldiers have embarked on transports. Copenhagen dispatch announces that Russian mobilization is comd WARNING TO AMERICANS Not To Pay Exorbitantly In Order To Send Money. These engagements are regarded as a prelude to a German offensive movement In the north of Liege. Tho French artillery has moved to Tho tho front through this city. French soldiers are being widely acclaimed by the Belgians. German re inforcements arc also constantly arriving. French aviators arc constant. !) flying over districts whore troops arc being detrained, and aro subject to a storm of shots of tho enemy. It Is expected that the combined armies will assume tho offensive against tho Germans. The German garrison In the city Is small, tho majority of the army of tho Meuse, aggregating 120,000 men, still being engaged In the siege. Tho wary Ger man commander has refrained from leading his troops Into tho city, fear-lu- g a trap. V i'W .!- New York. That tho German army must be in possession of Paris within CO days or else the German cause is a lost one Is the belief of Congressman Herman A. Metz, former controller of Now York City and proprietor of one of tho largest Importing firms doing business from hero with tho fatherland. teed. "I look for a big smash In a short time," Mr. Metz said. "Then perhaps NEUTRALITY DISCUSSIONS thoy will call the thing off. For If tho war Is not ended within tho next it Is bound to Inst for years, Fall To Keep French Reserves From and what Its cost will be no man can Pouring Into New York. tell. It was only a miracle that war L.'tween France and Germany was Washington. Neutrality discussions averted two years ago over the Moregarding the clearance from Ameri- roccan question. can ports or foreign vessels has not "When I was in Germany about tho affected the steady stream ot French time they had that trouble I was a reserves pouring Into New York with guest at a dinner at which somo ot the the full of the consuls really Important men of tho empire throughout the country. M. Berger-ar- were present. They told mo Just exwho Is handling the work from actly what would bring about tho sit Washington, stated that another ship uation that exists now. They even of the French line would leavo within told me Just how tho nations would a week with additional nationals re bo lined up. It has all developed as turning to enlist or fill places In the they predicted and as they know It territorial forces. The French Embas- would have to come out. They bad It sy will reopen here as soon as Ambas- all arranged, oven then that Belgium's sador Jusserand, who has been de- neutrality would havo to go by tho layed abroad In securing passage, can board. Tho Germans told me It was return to this country. It Is bel'citd the only way they could get down Into that Mme. Jusserand will stay In Franco, and they knew at the time Franco and join with tho other French that England woulQ seize It as a prewomen in tho organization ot hospital text and delaro war to protect They warned mo then that work and general caro of the wounded. England wanted to be put Into tho d, Bel-glu- Paris. Americans who havo relatives in Europe should bo warned against the extortionate charges made for the cable transfer of money. The monetary situation In France is by no means desperate, and does not warrant tho charges ot 30 and In some cases GO per cent which hato been exacted. Mall Is apparently being handled satisfactorily and checks on prominent American banks In Paris aro being honored at tholr faco value. It must also be stated that every-ihlnIs being done to help Americans temporarily In trouble. The French population is exccedlnglyTiospItable to United States visitors. Owing to the disorganization o railroads, transportation Is difficult and In many cases baggage Is held up. Some discomfort is unquestionably felt by many, but In France at least the personal safety of all Americans Is absolutely guarang of tho British Embassy In Washington. Barclay communicated the following note to the State Department: "The Germans are scattering contact mines Indiscriminately about tho North Sea In tho open sea, without regard to the consequences to merchantmen. Four lurge merchant ships were observed to pass within n mllo of the mine field which sank II. M. S. Amphfon. The waters of the North Sea must, therefore, be regarded as perilous in tho last degree to merchant ships of all nations. SIXTY DAYS TO TAKE PAR IS EUROPE WHEAT APPEAL Deliveries Delayed on Account of the Breaking Out of Hostilities. War Must End In Few Months or It Situation Is Bound To Last For Years. TAX MAY BE ASSESSED A rM WEALTH OFTHE RUSSIANS Seized By the German, Totals Kaiser Aids Red Cross. $250,-000,00- 0 "at position ot being They seemingly. what I might look tion finally came UNITED into war, forced told me that was for when the situato a head." AUTHORITIES tary w n y Jim :H upletoua behavior ho March. The war Loudon A dispatch to the Stand-arfrom St, Petersburg says that a UolUttd w fully 's probable In small German airship ot th'o Purilvul typo r(ddled. with shot and to dretects CMto-cfeQW- t, brought to tho ground KMMtaH.ffttaBd. Id ccnpatg. kttfed. v imtrjlmM$mmn, iu sar wt , reservists are drilling In the submen urb of Elmhurst. Seventy-livwero given lodgings at the Elmhurst Evangelical College, when having arrived here from various parts of the country expecting to ho sent to it was found Imposslbln to transport them Kurt Von Rolswltz, Gonnan Consul RUSSIAN SABERS ARE USED nt Chicago, has warned tho Germans To Drive Back Austrlans, Russian Gen- - against drilling, but, according to Information received at the office of tho cral Staff Reports. lulled States District Attorney, the gen- wanting has been disregarded. Tho SL Petersburg. Tho Russian eral staff nnnouuees that the Russian law provides a penalty for 13,000 tine troops dislodged a largo body of Aus- nr.d Imprisonment for not morn than trian troops from tho entrenched vil- tbrco jears for the offense. lage ot Zalotche, In Austrian Gallcln, IS WARMLY RCCEIVED. to the southwest ot IladzlvilofT, in tho OFFER Russian province ot Volhvnta. Tim Homo. Prosldont Wllson'H offor of Russians sabered a section of the mediation In tho European conflict Is Fifteenth Austrlans Lancers and the received warmly by tho Italian governThirty-thirAustrian Landwehr fled In ment and will bo hoartlly supported disorder. should the opportunity offor for Its Tho Austrian who provlousl; Tho offer ot mediation has had occupied Radzrvllotr hastily evac- producod an oxculldnt effect. Regret uated the placo nffor the Huaslan suc- Is expressed at the absenco of the cess on Austrian territory. A tele- American Ambassador, Thomas Nelgram received here from Vllna says son PiBo, at such a critical time, but six car' te4 of German prisoners tecreta,ry Jay, who onjoys the fullt piuil.,threWhtht city oa their way caaMtacc of thwa in circles, I M m. iBterW.w Km. foe t m4mm,i ' itotes rami e 1 d London. A newa dispatch from Berlin says the Russian funds seized by the German government In Berlin banks are said to total $23,000,000. A special commission appointed by tho government In Germany reports that tho country has a sulllcleut stock of food to last for a year. Emperor William has given $100,000 to the German Red Cross Society and a similar sum for the relief of the families ot sol diers killed or wounded Jn the fight-ing. STATES Investigating Reports of German Drilling In Chicago Suburb. Chicago. Federal authorities began an Investigation ot reports that Ger ttp ', utnt ocll (rrf-fcA- New York Despite appeals from Belgium and England for foodstuffs, Washington. The United States particularly wheat, and their pledges government is confronted with the pos- to assume all war risks, home exportsibility of a loss of more than $200,- - ers here are trjlng to get out of un 000,000 in Its annual income It Is a performed contracts for deliveries situation such as the country has never which have been delayed on account of faced before, and Undo Sam is won- - the breaking out of hostilities. At a derlng with his hand In his pocket meeting of the North American Grain what ho Is going to do about It. The Dealers' Association a committee of financial emergency Jias arisen from'fHe, to be appointed by the associate prospect of almost complete ces- - tion's president, was empowered to satlon of European commerce owing such measures as may be neces-t- o the conflagration of war which is Hary to protect the Interest of the old world and the conse- - per8 in all matters affected by the quent cutting off of the import duties present war" which are so large a part of the na A proposal that shipments of grain tion's Income. should not continue on contracts madu So far as Uncle Sam can see, and he before th war was tho siihtort nf a. has not spoken officially about It, there vigorous protest by the Liverpool Corn is iiouuuB ior mm to uo save to iin-- Trade Association, which had repose certain taxes upon his people and;cetea reports that further shipments ask them to help htm pay the nation's on such contracts would not be made bills. At tho tlmo of tho war with Liverpool representatives told the Spain tho government paid tho ex- dealers that they had assurances that penses of the conflict by tho imposi exchange would be nearly normal tion of a ntamp tax on wines, liquors. wltnln a eek ,f al, Anlercan jeal-bcers, checks, deeds, stock transfers, ers should refuse to ship grain, they telegrams, playing cards. Insurance said, they would be working against policies and patent medicines. The the common good. Nevertheless, many belief now Is that a similar tax will of tho American dealers felt that the have to be Imposed If Uncle Sam Is unforeseen conditions warranted tho to come anywhere near balancing his cancellation of the contracts made voluminous hooks, prior to the beginning ot hostilities. "Hostilities In Europe," read the preSLYNESS BAFFLES HER FOES. amble to the resolution authorizing the appointment of the committee, be- Corman Cruisers Believed To Be In aides creating wholly abnormal tions which reuder generally Impossi- ble the performance by buyers of the London. The Adralra ty and War obligation of pre existing contracts for Office Information Bureau gave out tho the shipment of grain to the countries following"There Is good reason to at war and tho ports of certain e that the German cruisers Bros-- j cent countries also effectually prevent lau and Gooben havo taken refuge in such shipments " tne Dardanelles and will be dealt with according to International usage. CANADA RUSHING MOBILIZATION "There also Is good reason to believe that tho mass ot German troops on tho Of Her 22,000 Men Who Will Assist western German frontier aro distribEngland. uted between Thlonvllle (a fortified In Lorraine, 17 miles north of town Ottawa, Out. Within a week Col. Metz) nnd Liege, and that Lorraine Is Samuel Hughes, Minister of Militia. nem comparatively lightly farther hopes to havo most of the 22,000 men south. who will make up tho Canadian con- "There Is every Indication that .he tlngent which will go to the war, on j Austrlans have entered Alsace." g the way to Valcartler. Que., the to International custom In izlns center. Three regiments are of war If tho Goeben and Rrosinu ready on the way. The) aro tho Royal havo taken icfugo In tho Dardanelles Canadian Horse Artillery, the Royal they will be compelled to coal within Canadian Dragoons and, the Strath-con- a 21 hours nnd put to sea or else bo ln Horse. terned until the end of the war it has not et dooldd whether thesu units will go to tho seat ot war. Re- TO RESCUE STRANDCD YANKEES crultmg will clobo tor the oversea con- "' tlngent Wednesdaj .night and from tho New York. Two Amorlcan steam tut of names sent in to the mllltla yaehts wero bolng fitted out hero for department tho 32,000 men required AtlanMc trips into tho war rune to re wtll be picked without delay and will cuo parties of Amorlcans stranded bo rushed to tho mobilizing center. abroad. Ono was the Alvhm, owned by Thomas F. Colo; the othor tho Co STERN WORK IS TO BE DONE. lumbla, owned by J. H. Ladew, n wealthy Now York leather merchant. Tho Times editorially exLondon pressed tho profound satisfaction ot AMERICAN CITIZENS VOLUNTEER tho British people that tho cause for which they aro fighting has the symQthiwn. Colonol Samuel Hughes, pathy of their American kinsmen Tho Minister of Mllltla, said that ho bad Times add that the American people recolved enough offers from American ''are beginning to ippreclato that the oltlteus in various ports of tho United rise ot Germany to tho power and hUWto enloved ' br Great States to compose four companies to i.. .. . Li?k. SQ .to ha front-- j A rwort hw come t..T;.. nuum mi a .i.-..- .. niiatu tTsdA from Lm ivtUt that M0 lklt-W- i w Amencaa latcreM uM.iiaM4 Icaj s. adja-bellevmobll-cordinal-tl, Such as Country Has Never Before Faced. : m a wt J clt-lM- k uiunfm v are rMdy t Ml. ., ace w -- wwmmm m it" " nm " .,, njivi (K1 r- - r " WllBfeAlii ltJW-tSHK- ADVOCATE AT KVKHY FRIDAT BAKBOURVILLE.KENTUOK.Y W. H. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor ii The Modern Method of Finishing Walls , T1J iBgs5age5 M0UHTA1W i AnitQeATl B r!!!!T!iSvSlrTSSSSSMtUBKSaB I I! KtaTsUfi VIctMaShb yrM 3Mnf , OrtMtflt m 1, Entered n 19M 8ccona-01i- Kjr., u&dar Act of Oongreu at i the Ioitofflc MktUr February at Barbourtllle. f March 8. lr. One Dollar Ter Year hi Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. If you are building or redecorating your home you should have this interesting book It is free for the asking and tells all about the advantages of KilfltoMrt The four designs of Cortright Metal Shingle m shown above are made in any of the following ways: and painted Red. 1. Stamped from , and painted Green. 2. Stamped from g process. e and Galvanized by a 3. Stamped from Galvanized Sheets. d 4. Stamped from special Each and every genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embossed with this " CorUJe.ht Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Trade-mar0 For Sale bu Tin-plate Tin-plate Tin-plathand-dippintight-coate- I News CLiielane "y ( ) Good rain Suiulajr. Rev. Micks preached at Dishinati, PEE GEE FLATKOATT THE SANITARY, PEE GEE FLATKOATT Is now CXtensivslv natnr1 rX rAA. fashioned WaII nnntiranrl ntliiBnlifiiiK and unsanitarv material. P00 (I00 Plntknnlf is a very durable hygienic interior decorative oil paint that Imparts a vclvety-lik- e effect Tho delicate and harmonious tints do not fade, and are both restful and pleasing to the eye. J. H. BLACKBURN, Barbourville, Kentucky. Sunday. Jiat Miller returned Satuurday from L'atbourville, where he had been attending court. Rev. J llrl AUTOS. Miss Myrtle Cothrum. of Russellvlllc, Ala., says: "For nearly a year, I suffered witli terrible backache, pains in my limbs, and my hesd ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly in bad health. My school teacher advised me to IVRABLE FLAT OIL FINISH The beautifully illustrated book, "The Modern Method to be out of Finishing Wails," contains practical suggestions again and attended church Sunday. for the artistic decoration of walls and ceilings. It reproductions of ji number of rooms finished Ed Miller was in Bat hour vilje last shows effectively with Pee Gee Flatkoatt, and gives other Saturday. valuable information and many harmonious color Misses Julia Johnson amj, Edna combinations. Ask us for this book or write direct to peac! cp.rAin nroT Terrell visited school at Clate, last C Smith is able m Tuesday. Clarence Logan and son Wednesday at Packard. Misses Rosa Lnwson, spent LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY OF MANUFACTURERS of frequent repapering or redecorating I and assures the fullest measure of satisfaction. Flatkoatt saves the expense and it become soiled it can easily and quickly be restored to its original beauty and clearness by sponging with water and soap. Pee Gee incon-vienc- Aside from its artistic beauty, Pee Gee Flatkoatt is the most economic on the market It is very durable, and should wall-finis- h BEST IN THE Long; e TAKE Maud Mays ' and Daisy Rapier; Messrs. Lloyaj ncKeehan, Viviaa Rapier arid Deni I PEE GEE FLATKOATT Run. FOR SALE One IIUPP AUTO, as good as new One FORD Touring Car One FORD Roadster One FORD Delivery $700.00 v i.1 " OBOLEY HARDWAEE Ky. Sell & GROCERY CO-Barbomvill- Hill, were the Clate school visitors Friday evening. Misses Cora Logan ane Nina Mil ler, visited Mrs. W. T. Cox and V. R. Cobb, Thursday afternoon. "Pee Gee" Paints. Cardui The Woman's Tonic I took two bottles, In all, and was cured. I shall tr w3 $825.00 Albert 1'artiu spent the latter part married twice in about ten days, always praise Cardui to $325.00 sick and suffering woEat- but he's still single, and its the same at ( By Paul ) We intt and organized our Socie- ing Pork. men." If you suffer from $850.00 old story in the same old way, how nalns oeculiar to weak ty at Clate and hops to make it a AH Cars in good runninc can a fellow marry without a Mrs. Asel Elliott and little son women, such as headPlenty of- good rain and crops success. order. Can dive rlpmnn. ache, backache, or other anil daughter, Tommy and Emma, chance? looking fine. Alex Sheltos, of Dnck, is visiting visited her symptoms of womanly Success to the Advocate and its parents, Tom Partin any time. Andrew Cobb, of Tedders, was in trouble, or if you merely bis daughter, Mrs. Henry McNeil, at and wife, Saturday and Sunday, readers Call on or address, need a tonic for that tired, our town Sunday. this place. feelnervous, worn-oH. E. MOTCH, A large crowd attended church at Lloyd MeKeehan got his eye in. ing, try Cardui. S CEDAR GROVE INDIAN CREEK Friendship Sunday. Middlesboro, jured while playing ball Saturday. ( Mack ) ( Sunbeam ) Kentucky. C. C. Taylor attended church at Misses Ina Lawion, Cora Logan, Friendship Sunday. Nina Miller and Ana Logan came The school at this place is Willie Engle was a. guest of his "veryjjear being stung to death by a Will Jarvia was in our town on 77 w 512 feet to n stone, Denton's roll's corner nnd James Broughtoa nicely under the manage- cousin, General Cooper, Monday corner; thence n 27 e421 feet to a corner; thence with the Broughtoa very poisonous insect, Thursday. business yesterday. ment of Matthew MeKeehan night stone, Denton's corner on the Jones hne s COVi e 231 feet to two black Henry McNeil has been in Wood-bin- e V II Davidson was elected our line; thence 11 walnuts; s 23 w 643 feet to a hick-orRalph Mas hns returned from Misses Rosa, Pearl and Sarah 09ft w 338 feet to n for the past few dnys trying Louisville trustee here. Ilroiighton's corner; s 5 e 149 where he has been with Parker, of Bryants Store, were guests stake, fones corner; thtnee n 5 w to get a cancer removed from his his feet to a stake, norner o brother. John, who is confined in of their aunt, Mrs Pnrx Helton, Sat Henry Cobb was in Barbourville 174 feet to a stake, Philpot's cor Broughton hand. the hospital there on business Saturday. urday and Sunday ner, on the Jones line; thence s 84ft trnct of8Kncres; thence with the same s 04ft e 1210feet to a hickory John Hall of King. attended Uncle Vol I'hilpott is still going to Joe White, of Woollum, visited w 112 to a stake, Philpot's corner; C M Greene nnd sister, Miss Sue nnd dogwood on the Eugle's corner; church at Clate Thursday night. town along Mae, of Wilton, were guests of Miss Samuel Cobb and family Saturday thence n 2ft w 33 feet to a stake, tnence n 42ft w 1225 feet to thr Mays' corner; thence s 84ft w along Cleve Gatlift spent Saturday and A Lowry paid our school a Emma Cooper the latter part ot the night and Sunday. Prof I the lines of the Shorter lots mid the begiuning, containing 47V acres. Sunday with horacfolks. visit last week and was welcomed week Flojd and G G Cobb are visiting McDonald lot 378.feet to McDon- - Third Tract Beginning at a white There is going to he a Box Supper very highly by both teacher and J B Campbell, of Barbourville, their sister, Mrs Lucy Murphy, on aid's corner, on the line of the right oak, Engle's beginning corner; at the Clate school Jhouie. on Spt students spent Saturday and Sunday with Brush Creek this week. of way of the L & N Railroad: f thence n 48 e 355 feet to a stake on , urday August 22, 1914. I I Patterson was in town Tues homefolks If you sit in a cool draft when thence with the same e 37'i e 5G8 the Engle line, Joseph's corner; day Ben Sutton and wife, of Corbin, you are heated and get a stifT neck feet, s 32Vi e 255 feet, s 2514 e 124 thence n 87 w 181 feet to a stake, The school boys of this place were here Sunday or lame back, yon will be looking feet, s 204 e 150 feet, s 13 e 18 on Patterson's line; thence s 25ft SWAN LAKE feet, s 10ft e 159 feet to a stake on w passing a stone, Gibson's corner, played hall at Trace Branch Satur- 0 N Prichard and wife, of King, for something that will ease the (BySherleyl dav Fix your mind on BAL- the line of the II II Kiddle lot; at 10 feet, aud in all 247 feet to a spent the latter part of the week pain. thence with same s 40 e GU lec-- t to stake on the Hurlow line; thence s Rev. John Baker filled his regu We are glad to hear that lohn with Mrs Prichard s mother, Mrs LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and a stake in the county road; thence 40ft e 37 feet to the beginning.'and lar appointment at this place Sat- Mays is improving since having his Mary Cooper, of this place don't be talked out of it, because it three-fifthis the best pain relieving liniment with the said road n 48ft e 750 containing about 3-- 5, urday and Sunday. leg amputated feet to a stake in the forks of the of an acre, with a pass way 16 feet you can get anywhere. Price 25c, W. H. Sowder, ol Barbourville, Hurrah' for our school - last Fri 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold at road, on the line of a lot sold by between the Patterson land and was here on business Saturday. STORe day we spelled against the Trace to G F Taylor; thence with the Gibson land to the county roud. J. Frank Hawn's Drugstore, Bar- Johnson Little Red Wings ) Chas. Terrell returned home Sat. Branch sthool and when they were the line of the said lot nnd with Fourth Tract-T- he bourville, Ky. Advt. house and lot urday, alter an extended visit to all spelled down our five best spell the road, n 32ft w 187 feet to a where A M Hemphill now lives, the The Cnllihan school is progressing his sister. Mrs Rosa Chance, ai ers were, ytt on the floor stake in a drain, Taylor's corner; let being f of the Johnson lot Hacklcy. thence up said drain n 50 e 134 on Pine street; beginnning Aunt Betsy I'hilpott is leaving for nicely with an attendance of sixty at a eight pupils. feet, a 45 e 184 feet, n (58ft e 131 stnke on the north josh Faulkner and wife visited Oklahoma side of Pine Knox Circuit Court feet, Taylor's corner on a line of street, Barbourville, Everybody from this place will at his brother, D. B. Faulkner, Tues. Ky., thence n tend the Teachers Association at Lo- Maymie II. Johnson, Adtnrx. Pit IT. the M b Parrott lot; thence with .'5 w 425 feet to 'the C S fiovt n,1 day. MINK the said line n 53 e 1370 feet ton J G Matthews line; thence cust Grove Friday and are expecting vs. with the Miss Mary McNeil was the attest ( The Rambler ) sourwood nnd black oak, Parrot t's line of same s GO w about 75 feet a big time. to of her aunt, Mahala King, Sunday. Mildred A. Faulkner, et. al., Defts. corner and a corner to n 20 ncre n stnke in said line,- at the north John S Parrott and Delia Wilson C H Botnecand. family were the Mesdames. Harriet Foley By virtue of a judgment Rendered tract sold to R Mays; thence and corner ol the Maymie II lolm.nn i Nannie Campbell visited Mrs. Elen guests of Jonathan Hnmfleet from attended church at Mt Olivet last in the Knox Circuit Court at its the Mays' line n 35ft w lot; thence s 35 e 425 feet with the Sunday Terreli, Sunday. April term, 1914, in the above stvl 396 feet to a small hickory, Mays line of the Maymie Friday until Sunday II Johnson lot Walter Turner, of Lancaster, Ky., ed case, the undersigned, as Master corner; thence n 14 w 400 feet Mrs. Rose Chance, of Hackley ar- to a to a stake on Pine street at the corAubrey Chesnut, Evan Parker and is visiting in our town. Commissioner, will, ou small doplar, pointed to two kog ner of said lot; thence n (rived here Saturday for an extend- Tilden Crook attended the Flag 55 e along Monday, Aug. 24h, 1 91 A, woods, Mays beginning corner, and the fronting said street, about 7fi Dee Campbell attended church at ed visit to relatives. Raising at Robinson Creek school r; the same being county court day, on a line of the Engle 100 acre bet, to the Callibans last Sunday night, beginning, being the dames and Elijah McNeil were the Saturday between the hours of 10 o'clock a. tract; thence with the last named southwest half of theJohnson land Mack Vicars and and as Woollum Quests of John and George King Misses Violet Waldcn, Elbe D Beets m. and 3 o'clock p. m. at the front line s 48 w 1058 feet to the brginij. on Pine street. Sunday, and Claud Weaver and S A fones, say they are having a big time this door of the court house in Barbour ing, containing 55 acres in all, 25 The above described week digging coal. land will be Miss Stella Partia returned home fohn S Parrott and Fi Hamraons ville, Ky., sell on a credit of six acres on the west side of the road sold to the highest bidder r, . were the guests of Misses Nila and I R Beatty and family have re and twelve Imonths, the followinc and 30 acres on Thursday, after an extended visit the east side of the I credit of t,ix Mil-- . and twelve months,' Anna Parker Sunday turned home after spending several described lands, to raise the sum of road leading from Barbourville grand-motheItejbcr Mrs. Saman to the purchaser being required topi Elliott, at Kin?. John Lewis and H B Gilbert were months in Colorado; he has been $1,829.44, with interest from Sept. the J C Sprouls place. uonu to waymie II fohnson, very ill but is thought to be improv- 3, 1910, and the further sum ol Second Tract Beginning at a ICfaas aad Ernest Jackson attend guests of J J Chesnut Sunday with approved ing. $75.00, and the further sum of down poplar, black gum, black Misses Lula and Delia Woods and iS.sharca at Indian Creek, Sunday. oak bearing interest from th $150.00 probable cost in this action: and locust, and a Success to the Advocate' chestnut now (date of sale, nod same having the IJMrs. Mostie Pulti. of Lindsay. Pearl Sullivan were the guests of First Tract Beginning at a white standing, corner to the L. Tuggle Miss Nannie Crook Sunday orce ana eltect of a judgment, with her sister-in-laurs. Lucy oak on the Barlow line and corner 170 acre survey made April 7th, a lien retained upon said land until Miss Lucy Crook is visiting her Saturday night. Constipation is the starting point to the Peter Engle tract; thence 1847, also beginning t corner to the paid for in full. Camnhell. at ....,- - lister Mrs Forrester Brock this week for many serious diseases, To be n 40ft w 37 feet to a stake on the Johnson and Black 33 acre Kauai . . I inH. ... survey, The first, second aad third tracts frMtod Majme Terrell, Suaday. Aubrey Chesnut' attended church healthy, keed the bowels active Andy Gibson lot; thence s 25ft- w maue aprn ;;diu, laia, ami a cor win ue soiu together, tba saM m. and regular. HEROINE will re 40 feet to a stOBe, Gibson's corner; nor to the 20 acre Lewalka, of Barbour. at Knox Fork Sunday night truct conveyed irately; the fourth tract will We move all accumulations the bow- n 60 t.Us piase" visiting tela. Its some dry in this part bow. ell aad pat the systemin ia prime ia eacc countyw 218 feet to a stake Ralph Mays thence reversing Mays' separately. the road, oa a liae'of the line a 84 w 065 feet to a nost anew steam boats will be shtan K. Given uaOsrmy 1mmL coaditioa. Prise SOc, Sold at J. fones land; tbeacc with the road s oak in a wire fence, Mays' 0B corner; V, i.ri-- t g Waak Hawa'a Drugstore, Barbaar- rf w 776 wet, s 11 c 113 fst to 47 w 818 ts a pest oak aad of the week with relatives - sprues News. stration ut e-- pro-gressi- y, JftRtflS' Commissioner's Sale one-lml- 4 mw V - r, ta. mm tv f" K?rt Ms ba4 Mut HtuOi vWc, JCy.-A- 3ft sM. ."J ifaltk Mk, Mays. Mope, ft ft . ,.Nf'nJ' :fl..AfrVQCAtfc,r, tan - 'T,"i g ' 10 50 R Hi III I II n ill I M AT 11 ill I l 11 fl'1 s' - STfflllT 12 00 J, H. Jacksou, team,30c per hour..'.".-- .. R. Stacy, team, SO - 60 hours at L- . John Williamson, 40 hours at 30c per hour, team .. James Jackson, 40 hours, at KNOX COUNTY 30c per hour, team . Robert Mills, 40 hours at 30c per hour, team 31, 1913. James Williams, 40 hours . at 30c per hour, team . . Flem Campbell, 40 hours at BARBOURVILLE ONE 124c per hour 'Engineer's Report to the Knox Fiscal Allen Warren, 60 hours at 124c per hour . . .. Court AC It'e October Term, 1913, Of All Voucher Certified by Fiord Warren, 40 hours at 5c Him. per. hour . . .. Will. Jackson, 40 hours at 124c nrt Anrll Pavrftll. .1. M. P. nabiip per Jibur . r lij. " ,irjes vvairrcii v;'T ounning nuiutf " P0F THE CONDITION OF 12 00 12 00 12 00 December .... at 5 00 6 25 irr ..:.r. IG Crek. Toial $116 28 76 37 40 2 00 W. M. Martin, blacksmlthlng 1 J, T. Stamper, foreman, 8 da)s 6 00 24 00 . at $3 00 per day . .. Den Deaton, 100 hours at 18 ',4c Charley arnes, team, 10 hours 3 .at 30c per hour! team, 79 Henry Williamson, 21 . .hours at 30o per hour , W. M. Smith, team, 180 hours 64 at 30c per hour James rooks, team, 0 hours at 6 30c per hour Jake Gilbert, team, 50 hours at 15 30c per hour T. Wyrlck, team, 3"0 hours at 9 30c per hour Dutton Calbs, team, 20 nours at e . 30ft per hour B. F. Deaton, tenm, 10 hours at 3 30c per hour P. J. Wyrlck, supplies for road Thomas Martin, blacksmltklng '3 hour hours at . . 30c-D- t m . 18 6 . - . . team 00 William Smith, 80 hrs. at per hour, team 00 M F Cnrley,.35 hrs. at ... . hour 00 Ike nalley, 30 hrs, at 12c hour 70 John McVey, 30 hrs. at 120 hour . 00 David Bailey, 30 hrs. at 12H hour 00 Thomas Jones, 10 hrs, at 30c hour, team, 00 V M. Mills, 20 hrs at 12Hc hour 00 . Total L , ...--.;.-.- .. rTTIHJH Ji- Hour, 7c per per per . . Bob Mills. '4 hri. at 30u 24 00 T, O. ninghata, 89 . 2 62 per hour W. M Mills, 66 hrs. 10 .. 124o per hr. hrs. at 12Hc k 60 4 81 3 75 uu 00 60 40 75 Wj "in. . i -- - .' mm. per hour . ...... 10 9G Elijah Williamson, 74 hours at 30c per hour, team 22 42 Proctor Slzeraoro, 128 hours At 14 and 124c por hour -- ... 17 44 rroctor bizeraore, 33 hours at . 6 17 174 per hour James Jackson, 1274 hours at sue per uour, team .. . 38 17 John Williams, 48 hours at per hour, team 30c 14 17 Daw Jackson, 106 hours at 30c per hour, team 32 02 Bon Broughton, C3 hours at 7 96 12o per hour Lloyd Warren, CO hours at 5c per hour 2 60 Boyd Bingham, 111 hours at 30c per hour, team ... 33 62 Parker Bingham, 81 hours at 30c per hour, team ... 24 62 h. BIgbam, 124- - hours at 30c per hour, team 37 42 Flem Campbell, 113 hours at ' 124c per hour 34 12 Allen Warren, 76 hours at 12o pe rhour -- . 9 60 Tom Hensley, 62 hours at per hour 7 84 K4c Lattimore Jackson, 10 hours at per hour 1 26 12D Thomas Warren, 140 hours at . 17 63 1214c per hour Frank Grayham, 91 hours at 11 45 124o per hour Ike Asher, 30 hours at 12c per hour; . . . 3 76 Steve Stamper, 34 hours at 6 29 184c per hour James Williams, 10 hours at 30c per hoar, team ... 3 00 L. Q. Morris, 210 hours at 25c per hour . E2 50 Ell Bowln, for team and man 7 00 Dan Murphey, 48 hours at 30c per hour, team 14 47 Walter Hubbard, 20 hours at 30c per hour, team 6 00 Walker. 334 hours at per hour 124c 4 18 Hammons. 14 hours at 10q per hour 1 57 Robert Honey, out 13 4 hours at 1246 per hour 1 59 John Sharp, 84 hours at 12c per hour 1 0G Thomas Hubbard, 84 hours at . 25 35 30c per liolir, foreman . Thomas Hubbard, cash paid for supplies 3 15 J. M. E. Baker, right of way 60 00 J. T. Stamper, 80 hours at 30c per hour, foreman 24 00 James Noe, 15 hours at 25c per hour, stonowork . 3 75 James Warren, right of way.... 87 CO Ben Deaton Ed Bowlln, 120 hours at 30c .. tior. Ipnm . Tlt wvniiui 073. Unn .1 1qln u nnntlln u. J uuutn RL 1A7ZU 87 3K 1.1 per hour ,. .$16 John Smith, 35 houta at 124c per. hour 4 Lee Jacksou, 18 hours at 30c per hour, team 5 L. O. .Morris,. 67 hours 25c per hour 18 50 Joe 26 00 per hour, foreman... Wilson Bros, suppllo sfor road 2 60 $5C8 41 Total B. F. Deaton, team, 4G hours ..$13 80 at 30c per hour...... John Dizney, team, 24 hours at 7 23 30c per hour......... Frank Centers, 29 bouis at 3 62 12 c per hour W. B. Dyer, 20 hours, at 12c 2 50 per hour J. II. Dyer, 5 hours at Vi'Ae 62 per hour ............................... Steve Stamper, 30 hours, at 16c 4 50 per hour 10 hours, at W. O. Deaton, 125 12 o per hour Levi Uennet, foreman, 35 hours 7 00 .... at 20c per hour 12c per hour. Lovi Bennett, 130 hours McDonald, 20 hours, at 2 50 at 20c . ... ... . .. a. Morris, 90 hours at 25c per hour, carpenter. . $22 Ed. Bowlln, 30 hours at 30c per hour, team, self 1 day.,.. . 10 Ell Bowlln, 35 hours at 124c per hour .4 Cheater Hale, 10 hours with L. .". Total $2G 50 50 25 37 Robert Mills, 10 hours, at 30c j per hour, team .'.. 43 John A. Hale, 45 hours at 124e , per hour .. S Evy Doan, 35 hours at 124c per hour 4 BARBOURVILLE TWO J. T. Hale, 10 hours at 124c ) team, 24 dajs self CU 00 62 34 S 75 Nabe Simpson, monkey wrench.. W. M, Mills, 6 hrs. at SOc per hr. Per .......... 1 team 3 76 M F. Hlbbard, 10 hrs. at 30c per per 3 hour, team 3 00 1 IV J. Wyrlck, supplies -- ..... -per 2 50 James Hammons, 14,000 feet of 32 $348 72 , timber at $23 per 1,000,. L. C? CbloAS. 1,000 feet timber . 23 at (23 per 1,000 KNOX FOR BltlDGE. 2 . A. W. Hopper, rialls M F Iftbbard, 60 hrs. at 20c per 10 00 hour $97 Total GUI Hlbbard, 60 hrs. at 12J$c per BAILEY'S SWITCH BRIDGE. , 6 25 hour L. O. Morris, 138 hrs. at 274c per Jim Hlbbard, 50 hrs. at per hour, foreman . .. .......... 37 C 25 . hour Ben Deaton, 6 hrs. at SOc per hr., Plnley Hensley, 10 hrs. at 12!c ....... .... ........... 1 team . 1 25 per hour W B Dyer, 834 hrs at 15c per Millard Prince, 20 hrs at 12Hc 12 hour, mule hire 50c per hour 2 50 G. A. ackson, 25 hrs at 25c per James Hutton, 15 hrs at 12Uc 6 boui, carpentci 1 87 per hour Thomas McDonald, 89 hrs. at SOc James Asher, 15 hrs at 30c ppar per hour 13 4 50 hour . ... r. , Joe McDonald, 68 hrs. at 15c per Jarvy Feem, 20 hrs at 30o popr 10 . hour G 00 per hour 1 CO S D Stamper, 61 hrs. at 15c per Frank llawn, lumber . 9 hour . Emlco Ta)lor, 5 hrs. nt 30c per - 40 hrs. at 16c 1 60 Rnbort Garland. hour, team per hour ........ ... G 60 Jim Asher, timber G W Garland, 28 hrs. at 16c per M. F. Hlbbard, 25 hrs. at 30c per 4 hour . hour, team 7 50 V. M. Smith, hauling 73 J II. Ward, 15 hrs. at 15c por hr. 2 Jas Frazler, 404 hrs. at 15c per P. J. Vrlck, 37 lbs nails at . 6 . hour . 1 30 per lb. . Cosullow Drug Co , two water W. M. Snilth, 1.2G4 feet lumber .. 1 barrels 22 12 at $1.75 per 100 hour Frank Doan, hour at 12 4 per hrs. at 124c per 7 oo 1 Wnilam' Dyer, 14 hrt at 124o per hour Jerrie Compton, 11 hrs. at 124c per hour .. . V, D. Jackson, 14 hrs. at 20c per hour, foreman . Ambros Rabbit, 6 hrs. at 124c l 75 .. i 37 . 2 gff ..... . . .... . 25 60 per hour 62 24 ..... ... ...... . . Total $27 60 WORK ON BIO RICHLAND ROAD. 00 John Dozney, 75 hrs. at 30c per nour, team 05 . 22 H F. Deaton, 102 hrs. at 30c per 20 hour, team . . .. .... . . 30 J, T. Stamper, 30 hrs. at 20c. per & hour, team 00 10 Jessn Parrott, 40 hrs. at 124c. .... ' ' 50 60 00 V, r 1 - 08 95 60 12c Joseph J. II Dyer hour .. hour ... per hour . 70 Sol Baker, 53 hrs. 124c per hour McDonald, . hrs. at 124c per . .. . 5 00 8 75 53 hrs at at 124c per 6 62 C . . 25 36 20 Joe Riley, 48 hrs, at 124c per hr. C 00 62 Bennett, 120 hrs at 20c per hour, foreman . . . ....... 24 00 .... C2 LI . .... ... ... Total MAYS ROAD. Tom Evans, 30 hrs. at $119 09 SOc p . .... ... . 00 Marlon Duggler, 30 hrs. at 30c per hour, team ... . 15 ... Leroy Peace, 35 hrs. at 30c per team ... r hr. . 9 00 9 00 3c . . . Pleas Bryant, 20 hrs. at 30c per 20 hour, team . . ... ... fl 00 25 W. M. Peace, 35 hrs. at SOc per hour, team .... . 10 50 07 W. M. Peace, 35 hra at 20c par hour, foreman . . . 7 00 00 44 B. F. 06 TotAl $62 00 CO hour, team . 10 60 per hour James Hammons, bridge timber . for 1 25 L. Q; Morris, cash for nails 5 60 1 60 . . fC4) 48 Total John, H. Law son, assisting in surveying ?1 0 II. L. Taylor, painting signs. Stinking Creek Road 1 25 J. R. Foley, team on road I 00 3. 00 Lee Jackson, hauling tools 1 50 James Morris, hauling tools Ben TDeaton, team on road, 8 per hour. 2 40 hours, at 30c , Ben Deaton, 8 hours at 12c per hour If '00 W. H. Harris, assisting In sur- $40 Total James Noe, work on culvert, 15 $37 days at $2.50 per day W. II. Harris, work on culvert, 24 1G"A days, at $1.60 per day Geo. Mayhew, hauling stones 3 C days W. M. Deaton, hauling stones 1 day Charley Sproul, road agent, 1 49 60 75 00 3 00 2 25 2 00 1 50 1 00 ...... ... L. O. Morris, Total ft w timber for s, Moore Creek. Bridge . ...... 2 00 Slushor Mercantile Co , nails for Moores Crek Bridge 1 65 L. O. Morris, work on culvert, 2 60 Johnson road, one day Vollle Vaughn, assisting In sur-- . veying, etc. . .. S 40 W. H. Harris, assisting In surveying, road llewer, etc. ,. 27 98 vjohn F. Qolden, assisting In aur- veyor. Road Viewer, etc 20 14 C. B .Parrott, cosh paid for sup-'- plies of road 5 75 HiB1? C Wilson .Bros.. Ledger 1 75 Lee Bain, work on, oulrerts, 15 hours, at 12 He per hour 1 87 James Noe, work ou culcerts. Bain and Manchester road.... 20 60 Joseph Bain, 35 hours at 124c per hour. Rain Culvert 4 37 Josh Bain, 20 hours at 30o per hour, team, Bain culvert 6 00 James Payne, 16 hours at 124c per hour, culvert 2 00 Mat Calebs, 10 hours at 30c per hour, team, culvert ,., , 3 00 O. W. Tye, hauling tools 2 25 Ben Mills, for plow . 10 00 Ben Deaton, team on Richland road 2 Oa per hour Bridge James Jackson 40 hours on Morse at 25c Creek )654 07 110 00 etc John F. Golden, assisting 10" 24 surveying, etc. .. 3 65 BARBOURVILLE THREE A. W. Hopper, supplies C. B, Parrott, cash for supplies, Homer Horton, team 10 hrs 4 35 W. M. Deaton, road agnt, 1 day etc. Ben Deaton, work in Stinking John Deaton, team 1 day 2: 40 G. W. Tye. hauling tools . . Creek Road 92 hours at 25c per James Noe, John F. Golden, hauling tools, 23, OO hour surveying etc . W. H. Harris, C5 hours at 15c James Ilawu, road agent 9' 75 James Ilawu, team on road 4 per hour . ......... Q. W. Tyehauling tools, etc 6 60 days R. L. Bain, 3U. days at $1.60 Dick Mayhew, one day, team on 5 25 per ''day ....-- - .. .. on road , Georco Mai hew. hauling stone W. H. Harris, surveying culvert 7 10 for culverts work, etc. Tom Mavs. In full for all claims L. G. Morris, 130 hhours at 25c CO 10 against Knox Co .... per hour Smith Riley & Co., two -- plow Ed. Bovilln, team 45. hours' at 7 60 shears 30c per hour ...-- . Will Dyer, work on Paint Hill. 1 60 Ed. Bowlln, 27 hours at 15c per M. F. Hlbbard, work on Goose hour 8W Creek Road, 4 days Ell Bowlln, 84 hours at 16c per John Burnett. 41 hours, at hour .... & 1 John A. Hale, 29 hours at 15c 12V4c per hour. per Ell Mills. 18 hours at per hour 3 50 Thomas Warren, 29 hours at 15c hour Henry Mat Calebs, team, 30 per hour 9 00 C. B. Parrott, cash paid for suphours nt 30c per hour David Young, 60 hours at 25c plies for road per hour J5 00 Sam Morris, team ou road 1(5 .Wyrlck. water bucket and P. J. hours at 45c per hour. . 45 cupu i Lee Hlgglns, team 48 hours at Henry Wnrfleld. work on Paint - ... 25c per hour 1 00 Leo Hlgglns, road agent, 4 days Hill W. M. Peace, agent 5 days, at J. M. Dickson, blacksmlthlng 10 OP $2.00. per day W. M. Peace, road agent 3 days W. M. Peace, 2 team a. 3 days at W. M. Peace, 2 teams, 2 days at 12 00 $2 00 per day. . $2 per day . Jeff Kennedy, 210 feet lumber veying, . across road Green Taylor, team on Stoney .. Fork road Lee Jackson, hauling tools Ben Deaton, work on Stinking Creek Road W, '24 Lee Bain, road agent, 3 days .... Lee Bain, team on road, 13 hrs In G. W Moore, moving teees from days . 3 00 4 50 3 SO Total $110 . Total $73 89 Frank Mayhew, 20 brs. at SOc per BAILEY SWITCH BRIDGE 6 hour, team . . ... O. W. Lockanl, 28 hrs. at 12&c por hour . 3 50 Jim Hawn, 74 hrs. at 30c per hr. 2 . team . James Frazler, 28 hrs at 12c per hour .. 3 60 Hilt Smith. Tile ntrhlanri Rrtriee 125 .. Contract Caroy Dizney, 24 hrs. at 12'c per hour . 3 00 W F Black, 34 days, at $2 per day, road agent 7 S. E, Golden, 28 hrs. at 12c per . 3 50 W F Black, 10 hrs. at 30c per hour 3 hour, team ., Joe McDonald, 20 hrs, at 12c per Hour 2 56 E L Bain, 3 days at $1 60 per 4 day, road agent W O Deaton, 10 hrs at 12c 1 25 ohn F Golden, assisting In sur . pei hour 10 .. veying, etc Levi Bennett, 28 hrs, at 20c per . 5 60 Stove Stamper, assisting in surhour, foreman 2 eying John Dizney, 27 hrs. at 30c per 8 10 C B Parrott, each for supplies, hour, team 4 . . etc B F Deaton, 27 hrs at 30c per 8 10 The Sidney Steel Scraper Co, 6 hour, team scrapers 27 J Frank Hawn, sand and fr'glit Gl 30 Wilson Bros , supplies for road ... 25 W J. Sparks & Co , stone 22 75 Vaughn, 11 days, road agent, E . . 122 man W. II. Buchannan, 11 days team, 25 . 32 $3 per day . Houston Ivey, 12 days at 'i por Ottl nay, foreman . ... Z4 John Ivey, 12 days at $160 per 00 18 day . 10 Peter Blerd, plowing on road 00 T. J. Heoabree, 6 days, team at 18 . $3 per day 50 J. W. Alford, G days team at $3 per day . 18 88 Rem Souders, 2 days team at $3 per day 6 09 BRUSH CREEK ROAD. Blrrh, road agent and fore 00 00 OO . ... 50 00 00 00 . Total . . " $123 16 12Vfcc 62 BIG RICHLAND ROAD. 5 3 00 W. B Dyers, 5 hrs 1 50 hour 3 00 J II Dyer, 5 lira, Frank Centers, per hour hrs at at at 12 per per I 12 'Ac 75 . 16 52 6 00 U 13 fi0 11 Stee Stampei. per hour F Deaton, hour, twin I 5 hour 5 hrs. at 12lc 1 hrs. at 30c per ' Doaton, hauling tools, 34 ; hours at 30c per hour 3 00 W. O Deaton, 6 hrs at 124c per 62 1 I6 hour 32 50 13 60 05 .... ........ 12c - hour, team 12 60 Owen Hlbbard, 8 hrs at 30c per hour, team 4 35 Often Hlbbard, 50 hrs, road agt., I, extra work 35 BARBOURVILLE FOUR John F Golden, ussitlng survey- 4 95 4 00 12 6 6 6 Ink' CH ' Total James Noe, 115 hrs. at 25c per hour, culvert Jim Buncb, 75 hrs at 124c per hour Fred Ma) hew, 15 hrs at 30c per $5 2S 9 4 2 8 6 4 ... Parrott, cash for supplies Sam Thompson, blacksmlthlng Mountain Advocate, road notices, Total ?383 53 ii&mmw Burnett, 17H hours at 22 37 12J4C per nour. John Burnett, 50 hefurs, at 15c 7' 60 per hour, culvert , Charles aBrnes, 35, hours, at C 37 per hour . 25 hours at 12c 3 12 , per hour r Oscar Deaton, 10 hours, at 12c 1 23 per liour ..... Elijah! Hubbard, 33 hours at 4 12 12l.c per hour, Willi am Mills, 58 hours at 12c ,7. 25 peij hour Cal Mills, 20 hours at 6c per ............. 1 00 ho ur Frai tic Hammons, 55 hours at 6 87 13ft4c per hour. Rol icrt Hammons, 60 hours at .. 6 25 . 15Hc per hour 12c J. . Jackson, 50 hours at 6 25 .. ncr hour BAILEY'S SWITCH BRIDGE. Jacksou, 23 hours at Herbert J, A, Dyer, 70 hours at 12c 3 60 per hour. per nour 8 75 JolliSHc in Dickson, 70 hours at 12c Steve .Stamrjer. 20 hour at 75 p hour .... 120'per hour 2 60 M. w Hlbbard, 60 hours at II. John H. Dyer, 69 hours at 12V4o liltt per hour 40 ohura ..... 7 60 yar uuur S 62 Man re Bingham, at D. Smith, 70 hours at 10s per 6 00 12 &c per hour. hour 7 00 Mllli u Carter work Oiear Deaton ,69 hours at 12o E1II Httls, 50 hours at 12Vio per r per hour 25 8 62 ho kr w. u, oyer, so Hours nt 12c Davlcl Toung, lltf hours at 25c yor iiour -.. 2 S7 7 60 . per 2iour M. Joiner. 15 hours at isuy John Bailey, 45 hours at 12c per hour .. & 62 1 87 per 4 Siour . B, D. Jackson, 10 hours at 30o Mat Stewart, 40 hours at 12c per nour. team uu . 3 00 pej 1 bour S. F. Deaton, 65 hours at 30o Albei rt Bingham, 15 hours at pw nour 1 87 19 60 12 V.a nor TMflLevl Beanett, 75 'hours at 20c Jim McGee, 20 hours at 12c h&ur, foreman j 2 c0 16 00 pt r hour i 8. Golden asslstlnc in Cha rty Mills, team. 30 hours at m)l4m out pyroir trip 00 3C k per hour ' 1 XWffQekien, to get eommla. E. J . Calebs, team. 132H hours 39 75 50 Ntaw slgaTepert' i ' t SOo Per hour w jg H. K. Calebs, team. 37 hour at . . Vt tat.Mrrolll877 M' 3 la uer hour ll ltf M. K. Hlbbard, 94fc hours at rytH( beurs 30 M S houfcv,. . I Job . Jon u fftaTfoTOI- hours,. at bourfat 18i4e -- wr ...... -- . . &X ? u a ww hour u -re ttllH A. . H. Jardan. Inn. M bears at a, ." -- . : 8ur ....y. : 'we mt m w -.- ..-. t M. : SbW,' 44W). lHH'hwM, t . John M. H. Hlbbard. foroman. 225 ?45 00 hflurs, at 20c per hour..... ... . (l!Uc -- ...... -- , ! .. , , . 1 lumber. Little Klchlaml 3 15 Croley Hardware Co, supplies . for culverts " 5 for road Joff Kennedy, 7 posts at 10c per Meeks, repairing bridge, 70 Geo post -- .. 5 Little Bruch Creek Jeff Kennedy, cash paid A. J 25 R F. Harbin, blacksmlthlng to ... Croley for nails 29 -date Geo. Gross, road agent, 2 das at 3 00 J. A. Der, one day at $1.50 per $1.60 per day cuhert J. Willis, team on road, 12 hrs. 3 00 da, Stamper, 1 day at $1.60 per 1 Stee at 25c Der hr. ... 1 . . . day, cuhert J. W. Brooks, team on road, 16 w Bill Djer, 1 day at $1.50 per 1 hrs. at 12Hc per nr. . day, cuhert Barbourville Brick & Tile Co.. 2 . 20 65 Tom Martin, blacksmlthlng for dynamite, etc. ... J. D. Warren, apple tree and .$089 Total amount this parole 6 0" lumber AUGUST PAROLE. GOOSE CREEK ROAD. Total amount of this parole .$923 04 M. F. Hlbbard, 48 hrs. at 20c per GOOSE CREEK ROAD. .. 8 hour, foreman J. M. Burnett, 189 hours at 15c Hiram Martin, 36 hodrs at 124c JU ot per hhr. an J 17 c culvert 4 per hour. Robert Hammons, 180 hours at 30 hrs. at 124c 22 49 Robert Hammons. 12V4c per hr 3 ... por hour Dill Sn afford, 55 hrs. at Curtey, 36 hrs. at 74c per 0 87 M. F. 14 . etc 00 00 L. (1 Morrla, 20 hrs at 25c por 5 90 hour. Big Richland Bridge OoJ L. G Morris. 20 hrs. at 25c pur 5 hour. Stniifn Creek 8 00 J. A. Kinder, work on bridge and . Bob Sawfford, 42 hrs. at 12V4c nor hour .......... . 12c . ... ... . .. i hour. W ktw J . ., . .. per hour ... . Elijah Hubbard, 32$rs. at 12VvC .. per br. Bill Mills, 97 hrss. at 12Hc, per hour Andy Maryland, 80 hrs. at 12 Vic per hr Frank Honvmons, 127 hrs. at 12 He per hr. Mance Bingham, 3 hrs. at 124c per hr. . John Bailey, 92 hrs. at 12c per ...- -. w... ... hour Patton Wyrlck, 49 hrs. nt SOc. per hr., team Patton Wyrlck, supplies for rad M. F. Hlbbard. 64 hrs. at 30 per hr, team Albert Bailey. 40 hrs. at 30c per -- . hour, team t Tom Martin, blacksmlthlngi.. . L. O. Morris, 130 hrs. at 25c per . hour, foreman ,...- - r Tile Co., Barbourvlllo Brick dynamite, tc. ......,-- . A. W. Hopper, supplies for road O.W. Tye, hauling dynamite, etc. M. F. Hlbbard. 66 hrs. at 20o per . hour, foreman ... Hiram Martin. 35 hrs. at 12Mc .. . per hour Crlt TtsBH. 36 hrs. at U&o per 6 23 4 12 10 15 ..... 11 14 1C . .,.,..... G hour, team .. Jako Gilbert. 20 .hrs. at SOc per 32 50 6 hour, team M. F. Hlbbard, 34 hrs. at SOc per 65 61 hour, team 10 G 16 Boh Stacy, 30 hr. at SOc per hour 1 60 , team 9 ' Thomai Bat ion, blacksmlthlng 12 2 30 . . hour Frank Hauunons, 26 hrs. at 124c per hour .. Ike Baltey, 20 hrs. at 124c per 00 hour llailey, 24 hrs. at 124c per 12 Dals .. ... ... hoiu And) Million, 33 hrs. at 124c 00 . -- , pel hour Elijah Hubbard20 hr. at 124c 87 por hour .. M. II. Hlbbard, 20 hrs. at 124c 37 ... per hour .. John McVey,. 36" 4irs. at 124c 50 por hour . . John Bailey, 23 hrs. at 124c per 70 . . -... hour 15 hV. M. Smith, 50 hrs. at 30c per . .. -... hour, team 20 Albert Bailey, 24 hr. at SOc per . hour, team 00 Thomas Jones, 20 hrs. at SOc per E. R Jones, 4 days, road agent, Total at $1 per day LITTLE BRUSH CREEK Jim Jones, road agent -- ... 75 BRIDGE. Ike Messer, gtouud for tempoL. G. Morris. 120 hrs. at 30c per . rary road .- . 2 70 36 00 . hour, foreman A. J. Blanton, team 2 days at Ben Deaton, 10 hrs. at 30a per $160 per day 3 2j 3 00 . ... hour, team A. J. Blanton. road agent, 34 Milton O. Hempree, 38 hrs. at 15c days at $1 per day 2 50 5 60 16 day Houst Ivey, 4 days at $2 per day 2 40 .. .8 road work 1G 50 62 C McClung & Co , plow points ... Croley Hardware & Grocery Co., $84 Total supplies ...... 8 75 .. . 62 RIVER ROAD. 2 40 J F Hawn, freight on sand Shelton, 7 days, road agt.. Tildon 21 00 10 60 Joe Foley, 104 days, road agt at $1 50.pr day .. 50 J It Foley, hauling tools . J. L Blair, 20 hrs at 20c per hr., Dizney, 32 hrs at 30c per 4 05 John . team .. ... 9 GO -- . hour, team Thomas Tye, 26 hrs. at 20c per Ben Deaton, 40 hrs. at SOc per o 62 hour, team 12 00 hour, team S. S. Miller, 20 hrs. at 20c per Sol Baker, 28 hrs at 124c per 6 65 hour, team 3 50 . hour Jesse Glasscock, 1 hour at 30c J II Dier, 284 hrs. at 124c per o 75 per hour and 10 brs at 20c L 3 56 hour Frank Hawn, 5 hrs. at 30c per Joe McDonald, 25 hrs. at 124c 1 37 hour, team . 3 12 per hour 0 Levi Bennett, 40 hrs. at 20c per . Total ... 8 00 Owen Hlbbard, road agent - ..-$- 32 2 hour, foreman 40 S H Jones, right of way to" Mills, 10 brs. at 30c per 112 5 Robert Goose Creek .3 hour, team 10 40 C. oO J & II. T Miller, supplies B. Parritt, cash for supplies, Gilbert Cobb. 34 days, road agt. 4 etc 5 25 $1.50 per day J. H. Jackson, team on road . . . 3 Bill Smith, 2,044 feet lumber at 00 E. K. Calebs, 20 hrs. at 30c per 35 77 $1 75 per 100 95 .6 hour, team ... James Jones, road agt., 54 days 6 50 John Bailey, 10 hrs at 124c per 25 t uo Kay- - Jones, 3 days, team 1 hour 66 Harrison Jarvis, 3 days, team... G 00 Frank Hammons, 10 hrs. at 124c Bill Smith, 3 das, team. . .. 9 00 1 . ..per hour .... .. 7 50 00 Tip Bruner, 24 days, team.. 50 J. R. Cobb, 34 days at .5 day, road agent . .$$44 GO CroUy Hardware & Grocerj Co, Total amount this parole 00 SEPTEMBER PAYROLL. . 20 supplies BAILEY SWITCH BRIDGE. 5U A. W. Hopper, supplies for road. 4 L (1 Morris, 60 hrs at 30c per W. A. Hinkle, work on bridges . 4 18 00 hour, foreman 65 Wilson Brotherfc, supplies for Geo Lockard, 534 hrs. at 15c .2 road 8 02 per hour 00 Co , cement for T F. Fortney W B Dj er, 40 hrs. at 15c per hr. 6 00 323 bridges - .- 63 James Frazler, 46 hrs. at 16c per Sampson, fixing culvert . 1 6 90 John ... .. . hour 8 hrs. at SOc per W W Fisher. 60 William Morris, 50 hrs. at 16c 2 hour, team 7 60 per hour Geo Tucker. 3 days team at $2 50 9 per day $46 42 Total Tom Volentlne, 3 daa team at $3 FIVE 60 BARBOURVILLE 9 per day FLAT LICK CULVERT. 30 Jesse Parson, 3 days nt $1.25 per W U. Djer, 40 hrj. at 124c per 3 day . .. 5 00 . hour 27 James Renfroe, 2 days at $1.25 Uel Messer, 25 hrs. at 15c per hr. 3 75 2 per day . W S Smith, 32 hrs. at 124c per Henry Jackson, 3 days at $ls0 4 00 . hour .4 per day, foreman R. Renfroe. 25 hrs. at 124c James Gilbert, 28 brs. at 20a per 00 J 3 12 per hour 5 -. hour, team . Bob Mat Voung, lti hrs at 3Uc por hr. . team . nob Harkleroads, 4 days at $1.50 per day, road agent ... . ..... at $1 50 per day 16 .$260 60 SOUDER'S ROAD. B. F. Birch, 3 days, at $2.60 per 30 day, foreman .. ...... 20 00 35 W. H. Buchannan, 8 days at $3 24 00 per day, team . 50 Hotist Ivey, 7 days at $1 60 per 59 Total J ... . 80 6 00 Noah Ivey, 5 days at $1 per day. John Ivey, 11 days at $1.50 er day 10 60 5 00 00 00 00 50 o Harkleroads, per hr , team 8 hrs. at SOc . . ... ... ... oo 00 ou 50 00 00 00 98 37 00 25 25 23 30 ... . fl ... . pr ... Si 00 5 33 00 40 00 00 75 50 50 CO i . . .. . $15 87 4 00 6 50 6 00 4 80 S 50 .. 3 00 4 13 2 50 2 50 4 50 ... . 2 88 15 00 7 20 00 00 20 - ...,. .... .... Total amount of this parole.1203 57. 2'12 Whorton Stamper . 1 1L23 . - 5 17 J. F. Golden, 3 94 Whorfon Scramper .- -. 16c per SIX r BARBOURVILLE 12 00 hour 3 30 . C. B. Parritt Lee Haney, 25 hrs. at 15c per hr. 3 76 Zelem Harris 11 23 .. Peter Collins, 25 brs--. at 15c per vnFy ..,I5etaolnshrhrdmfwhrdlmtwyy 3 75 hour -.- ..-.. 2 SO. Whorton Stamper Mart Alford, 35 hrs. at 15c per 66 18 , c.. James Jones . S 25 hour Golden 35; J. S.ouders, 60 hrs. at 10c per hr. 6 00 John F. Steve Stamper - 30" 24 Geo. mckt. o nrs. at lee per 1 75 S. E. Golden 10 50 .. hour . 4.2T ..... Whorton Stamper Jim Hampton, 35 hrs. at 30c per 2;84) ' John F. Golden . 10 50 hour, team Noe James Luther Morris. 20 hrs. at 15c per 10 29, William Deaton . 3 00 Croley hour J : S7 SOX, Hardware Co. B F. Deaton, hauling csmenu. 13 CO James Asher W. H. Barnam, 37 per hour Bas, 344 hrs. at . hour v J. R. Alford, 80 hrs. at C. H. hour brs. at .... 15c per 70 . 15c per 5 55 . .. . .... ..... - v l!L j? 19 Total Sr: 1 frf v $123 67 . FILL NEAR EMANUEL. Grand total k. .15.199 11 00 4 57 4 Total .. . . BRIDGE l 00 Ben Deaton. 21 hrs. at 30c per hour, team 20 J. T. Stamper, 14 hrs. at SOc pet ....,,,. $9981 hour, team ...-- . 6 3Q 4 20 SO bOUr nhnn-WvUmw..- .. Hwnr i S3 aVfc.,Ca)H r.iuiAfcA.. U Mr haw. WtllltBMM. ft . ll,',. It hrs. at 30c at j 37 fcri, ail w. ? it 10. jloboif" . ItM f M.rJR' !?. B'Ll VLLS. ' 'iu.o creek; v . I .tfT! v. .i'urs.,aii vj;Lis.;Hf25cpjfr -- pr t 1R n V. D. JackKBt,15 hrs. at SOc per. hour, team 4 Jme Turner. 13 art. at 30e ptr warn 3 uour. Jian hour. TO OCTOBER PAYROLL, Rpfij AND BRIDQE FUND--MMIDDLTYFORK, ROAD. wy, w.4it.. u,nvVf 27-h- SX-- ' -- 'f jS L0M9 Ray, Mills, a n 94 " Qraea TdrMr. $ ,a!Vat,"38THr Wt.aC.WCM VAaltar Petto, 11 hrsaCO V It v w.hffr-Xiia- j .Jfti HrtrTrWl rta vnwv-- ataa j, , .7 11 w. '- - ..' n w '?& TH MOUNTAIN AbVOCJAf Sal Parrott, 27 hrs. nt 12 He per aeur ...... 12 05 Heary 'stewartTvO hrs at 12fcc per hour John Sheldon, 40 hrs ut 12 sc . per hour John Ridgcl, CO hrs, n( 12,e jut .. hour . Bob Johnson, CO hrs at 124c per hour Geo. Early, CO hrs. nt 12c per hour . Wiley Johnson, SO hrs nt 12H per hour Maryland Hutton, 20 hrs at 122c per hour . John Owens, 70 hrt. nt 12c per hour Allen Martin, SO lira at 124c per hour . Robert Hix. 40 hrs tit 12'c Mr hour .... Ben Donaldson, 40 hrs nt 12 Vic per hour . John Helton. CO hrs nt 12'Ac per hour . Victor TiirntT. 60 hrs. at UV4c . per hour .. V. D. Jackson, fcO hrs at 20o per hour, foreman Ben Deatou, hd hrs. nt JUV per hour, tram Jesse Turner, 40 lirs nt :uv per hour, to. nn Q. D. Turner, 10 lirn at Or por 1 16 Farmer Epplson, 15 hrs at 12Hc ... W H Dbts, for nails per hour 1 Milton O Hembree. 102'hra. at IS 30 16c per hour 3 37 145 Total . Janies M Hampton, 16 hrs. at 20c per hour nnd 20 hrs. at 15c... 6 00 Cert I Bed. 8 73 MIDDLE FORK ROAD. Win Da)s, 32V4 hra. at 20c and 17 75 Levi Bennett, 35 hrs. at 20c per 75 hrs. at 16c per hr. 5 00' .... .. 44 hrs. at 20c and 7 hour, foreman Jack llarton, ..... 17 96 Thomas McDonald, 25 hrs. at fit hrs. at 15c per hour. 7 BO 3 W 1! Barnard. 60fc hrs. at 20c 12lc per hour ... - .. per hour ............ 10 10 Joseph McDonald, 10 hrs. at 7 BO 1 ......... J 0 Matlock. 35 hrs. at 20c per 12Vc per hour ....... . 7 10 hr mul 68 Iuh. at 16c per hr..... 16 70 Allen Martin, 10 hrs. at 1 per hour ... ... W M. Garley. 30 hrs. at 20c and 10V4 lira at 13c pei hr, C 2S - 7 67 John Helton. 20 hrs. at 30c per V. II. lla a. Jr. 271i hrs at 20c ........ 6 hour, team . .. 5 50 B. F. Deatou. 36 hrs. at 30c per 2 BO Pur hour 10 n F. Deaton. hauling tools. hour, team 6 82 EIGH- T- UARnOURVILLE freight, etc. S 75 Co , to cement..U2 60 T 1" Faulkner ...... . ....... - Heap Smith, lumber 87 C3 () .. oo 12 .... 12c ....... 25 25 00 60 . 11 lift C 0 $ Total CULVERT WORK ON MIDDLE ... romc ROAD. B 00 Jaim Nne, 7 days at $3 per $1.50 $1.25 7 BO C dii To Colo and Hughes Mai n os Hunch, 7 days 2R 16 00 21 on 12 oo per da Allen Martin, per day . 2 das - at at 21 00 perjiour 4 00 George Jones, 10 60 Certified. CULVERT WORK, CALEB'S CHEEK ROAD. John Burnett, Uf. hrs at 20c per hour Hiram Martin, () Total .... $29 02 ll'i 11 2 70 hrs, at 12',c y Alio haulliiR cement... 2 60 Henry 1 60 per per hour hour ' hrs at at - Glbon, 8 hrs 12c ..... 12c -- . 1 43 1 43 1 00 66 00 00 00 hour', team V. D. Jackson. SO hour, team John Helton, (Hi Ins nt 30 $ . Total Ill'C. RICHLAND ROAD. W. P. lllaek, 12. days at $2 per day, foreman . 3 09 W. P. lllaek, ! days nt S3 per day hrs at "(o per 2 00 per 21 00 00 00 00 00 W. P. Ill.uk. ensh paid for black- A. tiiim 27 00 25 IS hour, team . Frank Campbell, :to lint nt 30c per hour, teiitn Ed Baker, CO hrs nt 3ik per hr. .. IS team J. T. l'arrott, 60 hrs at 30e pir . IS hour, team Garfield Gllum lo lirn at 30c per hour, team . S. It. Law son, Jn his at 30o per hour, team smithing J Hilton, $6 Total CULVERT WORK, UAILV ROAD. Jim Noe, 4 days at $3 per day. 12 3 To Croley Jim Bunch, 4 days at $1.60 per 6 day . dn, team 3. dn)s at S3 per 10 60 3 00 3 00 Total BIG RICHLAND ROAD ? 3 00 3 0U fi 00 15 no J. T. Stamper, 10 hrs nt 30c per hour, team . John Dime), 10 In.- - at 30c per hour, team . . . James T. Parrott, 3 uhrs ut 30c per hour, team . B. F. Deaton 60 hrt at 30o per hour, team . Thos. McDonald, 20 lirs nt per hour 2 Joe McDonald, 20 lus nt 12fcr per hour 2 James Hilton, In hrs at 12'jc per hour t Levi Hemic tt, 2"o hrs ai 2tr per hour, foreman 12'o 5n CO 2" 0(1 60 Total EMANUEL Ben Deaton, 40 hrs, nt ."Or per hour, team . . V. D. Jackson. Si hrs at '.or per hour, team Jesaft Turiu i SS lira nt lOi- - nni hour, team Grfen Turner, 7S hrs ut 30c por hour, team J. T. Stamper 2o hrs at 30t uer hour, team V. D Jackson. !S his at 2le per hour, foreman Henry Stewart, in Ins at 122c per hour John Shelbj, 20 lirs at I2'9r lti). 5 12 no 2G 40 SO $ Total Claik Smith, 1 das, road agt.. Stinking Creek Vclson lllughniu, 2 das at $2.60 pir iln, team. Stinking Creek J. I) Sassir, 2 das, road agent, . $lfil per day J:im Jackson, 2 dajs at $2.60 ptr tin). Stinking Creek . IU' Messer, repairing bridge, .. . Stinking Creek . Uarliounllle Biick & Tile Co, djnnmltc, fuse and cap3 ..... E A. Smith, 1 Bledce hammer ... Y. R Mills, 3 days at $1 50 per day. toad agent ... . ... . V Hooper, supplies for A. . . . roads Crole.v Hardware & Grocery Co., supplies for roads Geo W Tje, hauling tools, freight, etc. James Hubbard, 4 days at $1.50 .... pi da, road agent Jo At. Helton, 12 das, at $1 per da), road agent S II Helton, 8 hrs at 30c par d.i team It F Deatou, hauling cement, l.ltile Brush Cr Bridge John Dciton, hauling cement, Little llrush Cr. Bridge John 1'. Mills, team on road, 6 00 6 00 3 00 5 00 10 00 30 71 1 20 4 SO 10 96 2 45 7 82 6 00 12 00 40 .... flooring bridge, Bailey's Switch 2 days road agent .. E. R Jones, Gilbert Jackson, 4 days road ugt. V. B. Dyer, tnule on road C. B. Parrott. cash for supplies, freight, etc. John F. Golden, assisting In surviving, etc. order C. B. P. Croley Hardware k Grocery Co, . supplies for road -. Cole Hughes & Co, supplies for road Barbourvtlle Brick & Tile Co, dynamite, powder, etc Joseph Miller, cash paid for work on road Ltge Williamson, team on road, Stinking Creek H. C. Mills, 4 days road agent Tye Livery Co., hauling, etc... . C. B. Donaldson, lumber for cul () Certified. Levi Bennett, Total $18 00 2 40 2 00 S 00 50 10 98 11 69 74 55 3 42 34 7C 10 0Q service .. .. ... ... . ....... 6 25 for Moore's Hiram Ycary, Charily W. H. Davis, expense to Child3 .8 Henry Mills, Board of SuperCreek BMdre 22 60 4 00 17 30 ren's Homo Society W. II. Frye, 4 days road agent visors Electric Light Co, lights Court John Helton, 24 hrs. at 20c team 4 80 George liotinott, cleaning, cut4 00 . Houso and Jail .. ....... 11 93 B. Parrott, cash paid out pn ting nnd putting nag up .. .. .. . 15 84 A. D. Smith, Msntlng Court A. J. Jackson, work on Court roads, etc. ....... 11 93 ......... 4 00 House ...... ..... .. 3. F. Golden, assisting in sur Houso und Jnll .. veylng, etc., order C. B. P.. . 4 95 Ben Gibson, sheriff registration W. R. Root, Registration clerk... 2 OO 2 00 W. II. Davis, 63 ...... Wilson Bro..nalls .. . City of Barbouravlllo Janitor ...... ....... 60 4)0 6 00 Hiram Yeary, Inquest The Mountain Advocate, road Isaac Bryant, Board ot Super- 22 60 S, H. Jones, cxpenso transport.... i ou visors notices ing pauper . ... 00 6 00 Charles D. Cole, printing road John Bolton, work on sewor ... 0 10' Electric Light Co., lights Court ... 6 00 K. F. Davis, Janitor work ... notices ... .. 6 25 I C. B. Wilson, 3 days road agent. 3 00 I. II, Ballnrd, register Houes and Jalf ... 11 93 C. B. Wilson, cattle on road i Mrs. R, St. Stansberry, to pay W. H. Qrccn, sheriff reglstra- 1 00 2 00 Mrs. Payne 19 00 tlnn rliv nf Itnrbnursvllle Mrs. R. M. Slansberry, to pay J. & H. T. Miller, plow points.... 1 20,W. II. Davis, Transferring pris John Patterson, bridge lumber. . 20 00 ................... .. 12 99 Mts. Payne . . oners J. T. Stamper, 16 hrs at 30c per Dr. W. II. Jones, medical serv Qeorgo Bennett, painting Court ..... 4 60 House tower u hour, team 4 00 ices for R. Warfleld B. F. Mills, 2 days load agent... 2 00 Dr. B. P. Hcrndon, mcdlcnno ofr Sam Fisher, hauling lumber for John Wilson. 400 feet ot lumber 6 00 Grant Brown 2 00 poor farm .... . .... 2 00 John S. Calebs, lumber for road 14 08 Dr.T.W.Joncs, medicine tor Mrs. L. R. Bingham, Inquest 6 00 T. F. Faulkner A Co., tiling for 5 00 Bradley & Gilbert, claim book... 17 65 Payne .. 10 33 Flat Lick keeping AIt. P. Black, clerk 180 30 Gcorgo Hammonds, 1 00 Owen Hlbberd, fixing culvert . 6 25 Black, R. IV Clerk 6 00 lbert Lawson, a pauper Joe Toltver, for road agent, lumB. F, Burrh, for Cloley Hdw. & iihruhhory Court Civic Lengue, 7 10 ber, etc 5 00 Gro. Co 40 90 Houso Squnrn James Frank Logan, team, etc. B. F. Burch, Justice 3 00 B. Electric Light Co, light for 5 75 on Parker Branch Road 0 76 L. R. Bingham, Justice 6 00 Court House C 00 3 days road agent... Will Peace, C 00 S. M. Bennett, Justice . Light Co, light for 10 00 B. Electric on road, Will Peace Team 6 18 Dr. Burnsldc, health officer . 37 60 Court House Merchantlle Co., dynaSlusher 10 00 Z. Cox, Juatlce charity .. 6 00 11 50 Iilram Yenrv. mite, etc Croley Hdw. & Gro. Co, for Camp Groung Tel. Co, 'phone 7 76 .. . 4 60 Whort Stamper bill $6,244 02 Grand total II. B. Clark & Son, clothes for George Hammonds, lnullng lumC. B. PARROTT, 9 60 4 63 poor children ber for Poorhouso J. L. STAMPER. on cotnmltteo W. II. Davis, dieting prisoners E. McKcoliiin, Dletz 6 00 232 70 etc JnckKoii claim Dr. Dozler, physician poor house 26 00 B. F. Burch, ciiinnilttco on Jack1 NINE BARBOURV1LLE 00 Thos. Hubbard, Justice- 6 00 son claim Durham W. W. Evans, County Superln- - ' Henry J Smith, guurdlng tmall-no5 00 al250 00 . The following Is a list of claims tendent 64 60 lowed on General Fund for levy of F. W. Stamper, painting Court S. II. Jones, sheriff 1 75 W. R. Lay, Insurance for county 1913: houso 50 00 423 67 property Thomas Broughtou, house for W. II. D.ivH. jailer exiiemo $4 50 S. H. Carroll, making collln for 250 00 election W. R. Lay, County Attorney 6 00 Leslie Logan, Jail physician .... 16 00 B. P. Burch, twa Inquests and pauper 20 00 John II. Lawson. Judge' legislat6 00 .i G. W Newman, Justice coffin 2 00 F. P. Owens, supplies 9 00 B. F. Burch. Justice for Disney 22 60 ion, City of Barboursvlllo 6 00 J. T. Stamper, County Judge 9 00 Hiram Yeary, luuuest 250 00 R. P. Black, Clerk 4 04 A. D. Smith, lights Court house R. P. Black, Clerk lt. C. Taylor, expense for pris16 43 9 00 6 82 L. R. Bingham, Justice oners -- ................................ and Jail .............-- .. a . ... .. . - ... '. . . x 12 00 J. M. Cole, Supplies Dr. W. B. Dozler, medical serv26 ice at Poor House 3 20 expense for 6 00 John DeMarcus, 2 prisoners 2 00 235 W. H. Davis, Jailer service . ... 4 00 W. W. Evans, repairing supt.'s vert 12 office T. C. Parrott, 1 day, road agent W. W. Evans, County Superin40 ...... ..... and team . 250 tendent A. L Taylor, 6 days, road agent, 9 00 John Gibson, burial expense for Stinking Creek Bennett, Justice Barbouraville Printing Co, ballots, 1912 J. M. Cole, Justice Cole, Hughes & Co., supplies. S. M. 9 00 L. G. 90 00 3 00 20 70 1 50 00 25 90 92 00 . 40 Gilbert Jordan, 2 Stinking Criek 23 io G Bros, ''""O" ml0-- &supplies Co""mi twn Wm v ' 5o 'ar l,a-v- - obes Creed Rd das, road agt., for road Ou caps, etc A $1 - dynamite. 17 i,i 10 ou 2 5n 6 pi road agent, 5 per day Jnlin P Golden, assisting In sur- - das at i:ans, elng, etc, order C B. J. It Elhem, 4 dajs at It iI.ivh P. $1 County Superin.250 00 -- . tendent James Felker, Guurdlng small36 00 pox J. E. Golden, carpet, etc , for 10 9" ... . Court House 89 25 W. R. Gibson, supplies, etc Prank Stansburry, assisting In team C oil J F. Iliiwn, lumber nnd materMtre)lng, (tc , order C. B. P. 8am Jnes, 4 dajs, road agent, 97 35 ial . . g ft, at $2 per day I.KA1S it rUKHIX KOAD. vert 00 90 Barbourvllle Electric Light Co. Thos Hnbbnrd, Justice W. M Peace, road agent, 6 days Willie Hammons, 3 C 0( tiara Will D)er, work on culvert. Flat lights court house and Jail 3 00 36 79 Thos. Hubbard, Justice ... Mat nuug, 40 hrs at 3Ui p- -r hr at $2 per da 12 00 12 w, Lick 3 00 Barbourvllle Printing Cotirlnt- J. II. Jackson, bittlcmcnt In full .m John Burnt tt, 20 hrs at 20r per reaie, team at fi per day, S. J. Jackson, stone, team. etc. .. 36 60 ing 48 60 io 00 b) Com l'i hour, cuhert 8 00 M. M. Dugger, 16 hrs. at 20c per 4 on It. H. Newett. for water and eas S. II. Jones, Olllclal services 1,059 25 O. Hughes, 10 hrs at hour, team 3 20 3 months 8.". 101 ''. 22 S. H. Jones, overdraft icer Total $ hour M M. Dugger, 2 da) a. road agt. I 00 Wilson Bros., light globes for 3 00 W. M, Mluk, election officer ..... G. V. Newman, Juatlco . Hiram Martin, S his at 12' e GRAYS & BLACK ItOAD. J. T. Fox, 650 feet lumber at jht Court House . .. 1 70 Lenllo Logan. Jail physician 00 Frank P. Owens, election officer 16 W. M Place, 2 da)s at $2 per hour 10 $1.25 per hundred 8 12 Win. Messamore. guarding Drls- K). Children's Homo Society, Charley Harms 5 Ins at .!0e per JO. Steele, election officer 4 00 J. T Fox, 3 days, road agent. .. ila, road agent 11 l'k 2& 00 i 00 oners Contribution Ballard Trosper, election officer hour, team 1 Co W. M Peace, 2 da)s at $2 per J. T. Fox, 8 hrs. at 20c. team 1 60 John MsCoy. expense of prison- 250 00 A B. Hopper, election officer. W. R. La), Olllclal nonlres ilti). team . 4 00 Total ..$22 42 ers . 4 74 Rubt. Leuore, guarding small W. H. Gragg, election officer ... CALEB'S CREEK ROAD. tunes C Pilchard, 4J;. days at $1 Dr. John Tye. service to Geo. 8 00 F. M. lnyart, election officer pox per da), road agent John Burnett, 30U hrs. at 20c 4 60 Josh Brannum. 6 days, road aet. 5 00 . 15 on E. McKeehan, Justlro oarrett 3 00 Richard Johnson, election officer per hour, cuhert" W M. Parmer, team on road, 8 G 10 G. W. Fusion, 5 days road agt... 5 00 W. II. Davis, Janitor cervlce 58 60 J. W. Miller, election officer. and Geo. Mayhew, Coal, etc Elijah Hubbard. 15 hrs at hrs nt 20c per hr 1 60 . ti. 11. liianton, 6 days, road agent 6 00 coal 4g so E. McKeehan, Justice 9 00 D. B. House, election officer....... per hour 1( 'Indlana Bridge Co, bridge 890 00 II. II. Wanton, cutting ditch 4 00 H. W. Bowman, clerk registra6 00 D. F. Westerfleld, election officer 10. McKeehan. . Inquest G. F. Jones, Ifii, hrs at 30e per The Bracket Bridge Co , s. tt. Law sou, 2 teams, 4 days tion. City of Barbouraville,. 1 00 2 00 Joo McNoll, for Cnger centers . hour, team lirhlgis Chas. Fore, election officer ..... . 419 52 jeach 14 40 II. W. Bowman, room to o hold North Jolllco Coul Co, U A Hubbard, 6 days at $1.50 S. L. Herreu, election officer... S. R. Law son, 6 days road agent 5 00 four elections 1 75 O, io 00 per da), road agent, Salt Gum Total for 11. McKeehan . B. Hunifleut, election officer t Gilbert Taylor, 4 hrs. at 20c per II. W. Bowman, keeping clock In 6 OO G, M. Gooper, G. W. Now mini, Justice LITTLE BRUSH CREEK Road . 9 00 election officer .... hour, team .? 80 order 2 years G W. Miller, lumber for Bailey BRIDGE AND FILL. ii 35 Parker Merc Co , hitpplleti for 26 80 D. B. Faulkner, election officer J. D. Jarvls, 100 fejet lumber . 1 00 Rev. W. C. Warren, expense to O. F. Birch, 19U da Jail Switch Bridge. D. C. Chance, election officer. at $2 3o 44 19 L. B. Cole, blacksmlthlng 1 50 Corbln aa supervisor t n t Peoples News, printing per day, foreman 44 00 C. L. Heath, election officer. Hob Mills, road ugeut, 5 days, at 4 Elijah Black, Work on road f -1 50 G. F. Bretr, fruit trees Tor poor Noah Smith, collln for James nousi ivey, y ua)s at $1 ;,o per ;i 50 per day, Stinking Creek 7 60 J. T. Baker, 4 days, road agent'... 4 00 farm C. S. Brown, election officer. . 34 j 10 00 Noah: Leu, day, order Strut Campbell . Slzemoro 13 ."1 'Bradley Mills, 17 hrs at 30c per election officer ...... Ike Messer, wor kon bridge 2 00 L. D. Stanflll, roof for August 4 days at $1.50 per John Ivey, hour, team. Stinking Creek... 6 10 Richard Engle, 4 days, road agt. 4 00 J. F. Stanflll, Eleclltm CommisW. A. Evaus, election officer. Primary City registration und nay, nruer strat Campbell 20 00 J. C. Sears, election officer...... G M. Bryant, 6 days at $1 per sioner fi 0 Richard Engle. 6 hrs. team 1 20 -November election no C. II. Simpson, building 011 poor oay. roau agent, Poplar Creek 6 00 J. M. Engle, 4 days road agent... 8 00 iMoan neyt iu uajs at $1 per S. G. McCoy, election officer..... J. II. Jackson, work ou mur. day houso farm ... , . 29 50 A. V. Orlck, eloctlon 10 oi,,W I' Dyer, work on Paint Hill 1 60 J. M. Engle. nails . BO house . IK 00 Smith Riley Co., charity .... W. H. Buchannan, 22 3 25 G. M. Jenkins, election officer.. B Foley, typewriting, etc, 4 05 John G, Hammons, nt $8 road agent, John DeMarcus, expense for per uay, team cr, On . J. T. Stamper, County Judge ... 250 00 J. W. Myrlck, election officer... Certified 5 days 5 00 prisoners ..... 5 co Dr. W. W. Sliced, treating Nan-nlJohn Carter, llfc days, at $1.80 C. B. PARROTT, H. Matlock, election officer...... John G. Hammon, 5 days team 4 00 Yeary. Inquest over bodv Hiram per day Logan 8 00 C. E. Dullard, election officer w, W. Bryley, 3 days team J. T, STAMPER. it 2 40 R. Will Bamett. 95 firs of Jerry Phllpot 7 no Dr. Ben To, treating Reed woat ir,r I)P,. B. F. Deaton, hauling cement E. W. Davis, election officer 3 00 B. . Electric Light Co., Court .. man . .. 5 00 W. O. Martin, election officer.. 14 25 NOVEMBER PAYROLL. ROAD AND Barbourvllle Brick A Tile Co, .Bnr..7. . vs hrs. -ueu. iiicKeu, . . 78 Dr. J. G. Tye, treating James BRIDOE FUNDS 1913. at 15c per cement for Ike Messer bridge 45 90 W.House and Jail A. J. Campbell, election officer a. Oray. special bailiff 3 25 Alstp 10 00 F. C. Marseo, election officer.. . llfl? Ml'QQfna numnr . . 11 26, Mrs. M. E. Dickson, right of way, John Bolton, repairing pump at Wm. Bajs, 35 hri. at 15c per C. L. TroHper, work on Poor Goose Creek, order R. L. STINKINO CREEK. F. Brown, election officer. .. Court Houso .., L 19 75 J. S. Bollnger, election officer... . t house .. . Blakeman ..... 5 25, L. O. Mossls, 145 days at $1 per ...... 56 2S J. Frank Hawn, material for John Buchannan, 80 hrs nt 30c day 8 62 Oeo. w. Sharp, election officer.. f Wilson Bios, supplies . 43 60 a. W. Leeward, 24 days road per hour, team pporbouse ' 40 32 Dr. J. F. Wilder, post mortem ex. . agent days, at 9 Oii Frank Graynam, 2 60 V. J. T. Bradley, election officer.. H. Davis, expense transfer-loCarfleld Medlock, 45 hrs at 16c per day Dan Tlllery $1.25 1 87 S. E. Golden, 6 days road agent. 20 00 A. A. Caesady, election officer... 6 00 prisoners :per hour a 11 H'vlllo Elec. Light Co. lights f. 75 T J. Warren, 28 hrs. at 12 Dave Elon, 2 days road agent... 2 00 per Alex Crow, election otllcer. dB. F. Bays. 30 hrs nt iiv m,r 1- ,- fi OO hour 8 89 11 93 V. M. Blakely. election officer .. for Court Houso nnd Jail 3 60 Flnley Hubbard, 1 day road agt. 1 50 w.rvtJ. uayg. lumber for Jail . . fa ah Vll.ll plea Sowders45 hrs at 30c pw " jiiuitie, worK ou Court G. W. T)n Co. lights for Court Oscar Foley, 4 days road agent Ed. Bowlln, 60 hrs. at 12 Vic per 4 00 Alex Baker, election officer.... House k aour. team . r .. 10 si , hour 8 33 E. Davis, election officer Houso unci Jnll .. . 6 25 JJames Lageer, 2 days road agt. 6 00 iJMlltpn D. Henibreo, land for 38 75 Il'vlllu Elec, Light Co , lights for P. A Meoaer, 25 hrs. at 12c per James Lageer, fixing culvert, etc. 2 00 W. H. Davis, Janitor work . Noah Smith, election officer. m . ,1 hour i temporary road nnd nil May 3 CO H. F. Cluttu, eloctlon officer 3 1; Dan Lake. 3 days, road agent . 3 00 Rev. M. 0. Dizaey, for a pauper I 00 W O. Morris, 290 hrs. at 30e per 18 11 L. W. Hampton, supervisor Oeo. Goodln, cattle on road, 8 hr 1 60 F. "W. Golden, coal for Jailer J. T Messer, 40 hrs. at 124c per 22 60 Ralph Tuggle, election officer... K. bMr, foreman hour 87 no 6 00 Shelton Elliott, election officer..-1 25 John E. Golden, goods furnished . 6 00 Allen Martin, work on culvert John G Tye, medlrit! sorvlcu " UCtwa. Alford, 65 hrs at 15c per ;au .. Ike Messer. 5 hrs. at 12V4 per hr. 36 so Ungues Tjo, "lumber for poor 62 Geo. Cross, 6 days road agent 9 00 J. D. Turner, election offlcerJr .. o John E. Golden, goods furbUhed Ike Messer, 35 hrs. at 30c per hr. C 00 T E. farm -- , Hurd, eloctlon officar. n. Aijuru. Jim nrs at "t)r nor . uourt Jtouse . .. 4a 20 It. P lllaek, plaiting shoilff Total 10 60 $200 30 lam W. W. Tlusley. election ocey ir ww eu uours at 15c 33 t0 Ike Messer, hauling cement books ... 163 77; John W. Huges. election - 7 20 Jasper WUUs, team on road .. 3 60 William McDanlel, sheriff registration Barbouraville ... ci ft brg. at 20c 2 00 W. II. Green, sdpervlspr Frank Hammons, hauling cement 10 60 M. CaufiOB. nail 25 22 5d Ren S. Matthews, election odT r ana tin. at 16c 20 10 Mi nowiin, 25 nra. at 30c per hr. Joseph Grant, 2 days road Electric Light Co, lights Court eat. 2 00 R. P. Black clerk beard of super-In. C. Jenkins, election K BARBOURVILLl! wra Dooley, 3 days road acea- t- 2 00 team 22 60 Sil . House and Jail . .7........... 1193 Oscar WHl.rV - -- -' it 1... .i OA. " U C. Calebs, lumber for.. feraM, 7 68 Grant Fmten, auahar fpr road . 16 W Standard Printing Co, hooka W. H, Davis, Janitor 16 00 uauard Trosper, el r. tAAja sit aa ' tc wuarieriy court 0 nn W. II DaIs, Janitor expense M M 0o. Patterson, road 8 00 .. 50 00 u. w. Tye, frei isjwwii, w am at 20c porv Bell IWton M hr mt K. FaUcrsM, rea4 IK. H. Now ett, water nud gas . 00 uewray JMaoa, butwiog- elm- 4 48 SO aexM .. p . 11 00 camp uroung Tel. Co., telephone & 1?- -' 99 Iw.y. WM8 i4m VVVBI ' bW Jatia A, Joam, a4 r at $1 per day Elmer Decker, surveying, etc. ord. C I) P. . 10 tin Geo, M.iyliiu, 4 das, road agent nt $2 per da Total . . Jim iluun, 1C hours at 30c per GOOSE CREEK ROAD. hour, team . . M. F. Illtibard 20 hn ut 20o per It ilalluiger. 16 his at 3oe hour, foreman t On per hour, team Rad Stafford. 20 liu at 12'sc per hour . 2 oi Will Mahew, 6 hrs at 30c per hour, team . Will Allen, 20 hn. at 12' pt-Clem Mu)s, road agt and team hour , 2M Tlldon Shelton, road agent Bob Hammons, lo hrs at 12'fco per hour OIler Harris, surveying, etc., 1 25 order M. F. Hlbbard, 10 hrs at aiir Luther Hampton, assisting in hour, team 3 Ol Sam Jonts, 20 his at Sue ptr hr. sure)lng, etc.. order C. B. P. hour Jerry Compton. in hr, .it 12'c per hour, order V D Jaeknon I Ben Deaton, ill Ins ut lSe per per hour M j, load agent and Elltu, mule per bled, l1,. j pr CUP 9 15 Total amount this payroll ...4387 60 Thomas Hubbard, record book James Hlnkle, work on CourtCertified. 9 00 7 85 ... .... house ............. Examined and approved, 9 00 Thomas Hubbard, Justice J. T. STAMPER, Judge 3 00 Thomas Hubbard, Inspector of 2 65 supplies DECEMBER PAYROLL. ROAD 1 60 Milton Jackson, houso for elecAND BRIDGE FUNDS 1913. 2 00 tion BRUSH CREEK ROAD. .1 00 S. II. Jones, service as sheriff. 127 SO J. H. Sowder, 4 days at $3 per 4 64 7 50 day, team . $13 60 Henry Jordon, making coffins . W. H. Bays 7 75 J. S. Lock, health officers and 11 80 paupe rpractlce 225 00 3 00 w. L. Howard, 1 day, team W, R. Lay, county attorney. .250 00 John Carter, 10 days at $1.50 per 5 00 25 00 day 15 00 J. S. Lock, health officer. 16 00 Leslie Logan, Jail physician W. 11. Bernard, 10 days at $1.60 18 50 8 80 per day 15 00 Mountain Advocate, printing W. H Buchannan, team on road 13 50 E. McKeebaut expense for pris4 00 4 00 Peter Blerd, 4 days at $2 per day 8 00 oners and 'phone, messages E. McKeehan, Justice ... 6 00" Milton G Hembree, dirt to mak 1 50 !i 00 fill 11 60 G. W. Newman, Justice National Bank, John A. Black Geo. Hembree, 4 days at $1.50 18 48 Adding Muchluu . C 00 per day ..100 no North Jelllco Coal Co., election W. F. Tlnsley, 4 days, team on 8 00 supplies 1 75 Owens Uranch 12 00 F. F. Rowland, burial expenses G On John Birch, 9 days at $1.50 per 4 80 day .13 50 Noah Smith, burial outfit, elec- 6 51 tion supplies B. F Birch, foreman 30 00 . 4 80 J. T. Stampr, County Judge Geo. Rlcket, 6 dajs at $1.50 per 250 00 day . .. 9 00 W. W. Sawyers, balance for put 1 80 ting in heating plant John Buchannan, 6 duja at $3 607 13 8 40 per day, team 18 00 Alex Walker, expense for pris 1 76 D. oners, four trips P. Martin, nails 4 00 3 00 L. J. Laj, lumber for road 12 06 Wilson Bros, supplies 2 75 4 10 L. J. Lay, W. H. Davix, goods furnished lumber for road and bridge county 101 75 33 75 1 00 Tom Smith, cleaning windows C. Total . .. 3 60 ..$263 66 House 6 oo Mountain Advocate, priming James L)er, 6 hrs. work on cul5 50 Smith () . 4 C5 .... .... 16 books 2 00 Flora E. Smith, stenographer ...126 10 00 Wilson Bros., supplies 9 1 65 B. F. Burch, Justice . 3 3 00 G. W. Newaaan, Justice . 3 C 00 .3 Thos. Hubbard, Justice . 3 TEN BARBOURVILLH J. M. Cole, Justice 3 . Z. Cox, Justice . W. W. B) rley, Election commis20 00 E. McKeehan, justice 3 sioner 3 R. P. Black, clerk Bradley & Gilbert Co, oooks, .: 86 00 Camp Ground Tele. Co., phone etc. 710 70 Darvtna 8 It. P.' Black. Clerk 9 00 E. H. Cannon, W. U. Message. it. P Black, Clerk John Bolton, repairing Jail, etc. 14 B. P. Burch, 4 da)s service 10 00 M. Cannon, election officer ....... 2 smallpox 9 00 J. F. Faulkner, election officer... 2 B P Burch, Justice 9 00 Wm. Dlshman, election officer... 2 L. R. Bingham, Justice ... 9 00 W. H. McDonald, election officer 2 Sam Bennett, Justice 2 W. Burnsldc, heulth officer .. .. 37 50 James Noe, election officer 3 00 Levi Bennett, election officer ... 2 B. V. Burch, Justice C 00 W. W. Tlnsley, election officer... 2 L. R. Bingham. Justice J H Smith, election officer .... Cole, Hughes & Co., supplies 29 50 John W Hughes, election officer 2 and orders J. D Faulkner, election officer... 2 Cumb. Nat. Gas Co., water and 117 2C W. A. Stanflll, election offlecr .... 2 gas for county W. S Jarvls, election officer...... .2 Costellow Drug Co , supplies ngd 15 05 B. F Hulse, election officer ....... 2 books 88 ELEVEN II. B. Clark, Books BARBOURVILLE 1 55 John II. Cooper, books Charles McDonald, election offHdw and Gro. Co, supCrowley 2 icer 61 91 Fielding Gibson, election officer 2 plies und orders 'J oil M. Cole, Justice J. John Kinder, election officer..... 2 3 00 S. T Jackson, election officer. . Cox, .. Justice 2 Catiii) Ground Tel. Co., Tele- Mat Baker, election officer ....... 2 24 25 A. B Coon, election officer phono Court IIotiRU and Jail 2 3 00 J. H Warren, election officer... Y.. Cox, Justice 2 3 00 J. T Spurlock, .1 M Cole, .lii'itlco offlcer..2 Morris, Judge Registration City of Barbourslllo A. Y. Anderson, Judge Registra tion, ritv of Barbouraville ... K. F. DnUs, Janitor work L. A. N Railroad Co., freight . R. P. Black, clerk S. M. Bennett, Justice - 2 00 Standard Ptg. State Journal Co., Co., printing binding tax 41 00 26 10 30 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 75 75 60 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 .... 1 00 32 32 00 64 W. II. . House and Jail ... W. II. Davis, dieting prisoners W. B Doler, Poor Houso serv- W. II. D.nls. renalrti of Court pense Dals, Janitor nnd ex 150 00 102 50 249 50 2C 00 James S. election Hammons, election 00 64 00 . ices W. W. - Enns, - - iIh ...,,.. 51 12f t,r otllcer II. C. Mills, election officer John M. Carnes, election officer T. J. Mills, election officer F. M. Davis, election officer James Klnnlngham, election . J. F. Smith, election officer. A. Y. Mils, election officer W. M. Gray, election officer. John D. Mils, election officer. Mat Mills, election officer M. F. Hubbard, election officer Gilbert Rowland, election officer F, F. Rowland, election officer... Clark Hlnkle, election officer... J. A. Stansberry, election officer O F. Blanton, election officer.... 8 C. Jones, election officer. II. B. Helton, election officer... A. W. McCrackeu, election off- 2 64 2 00 2 64 3 60 2 00 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 60 00 28 00 64 64 2 28 00 64 80 00 80 00 . .... 12e 9- Tele-phon- I .... d)s r officer. . o .. I ; """'"'"""" """" iu n 2 00 3 92 2 00 3 92 3 28 2 00 2 00 3 28 2 80 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 96 2 00 2 00 2 96 2 80 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 64 2 64 2 00 2 64 2 00 2 66 2 00 2 66 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 -- mfrA Jr '33 -- ffiSlw SFl jaBLI mm Mml XI jKI MM Ki it r PsUm g . . . n ..i. r ... .... .. ? lrir . . uun, n . .. .......... f -' eUr aiS.JiJL,,.,. r PJ1 1 . t" rrw Uju aiit att ft.." . i trfG : jftiijjlii.t4iiiP ...' ......... 22 superrlsor 11 Electric Ught Co., lights 70 gas R. H. Nenett, water and 1 Tho. Hale, hauling pauper-..- -. 1 T. J, Hale, hauling pauper-- Mm, It. M. Stansberry, for Mrs. 20 Tayne D. T. Wilson, Clerk City Elec 2 tion Qeorgo Hammons, taking paper 1 . .. to poor house T. J. Vermillion, cbarlty for C Turner Bond Dr. J. W. Parker, charity for 11 . Engle child ., Cumb. Natural Oas Co., water CO ... . and gas Mrs. R. M. Stansbury, for Mrs. ... 20 . Payne . Dr. J. Q. Tye, waiting on Jane . ... .. 7 Lockard family Charley Main, repairs at Court ...... 2 House and Jail . Rathfon Scent & Co., lumber 26 for Poort bouse ..- .L. D. Stanflll, house rent for 9 election - ... 9. B. Ree, EO 33 05 CO 60 00 00 CO James Broughton, expense of 4 , -. prisoner J. M. Cole, Justice and claim 15 T. M. Jenkins, election supplies 3 94 . R. P. Black, clerk J. T. Stamper, Judge nnd special . 259 work W. R. Lay, county attorney, 2 .- claims .... W. W. Evans, county 270 .. . . B. J .Mills, justice 12 25 Thos. Hubbard, Justice 3 Z. Cox, Justlco 9 00 8. M. Bennett, Justlco 9 E. McKeehan, Justice 00 S. II, Jones, to reimburse him G. W. Newman, Justice 00 B. F. Burch, Justlcti .. tendent .. superin ... -- . i&U 9 ... . .. n 12 CO on him .... claims that were jver drafts ...2,740 00 48 00 Camp IX ft B " M ' n . 10 00 Disney . 37 Co Wm. Burnslde, health officer 2 00 Leo Jackson, election officer 2 00 C. F. Blanton, election officer J. A. Helton, election officer . 2 00 J. A. Stansberry, election officer 2 00 ' John A. Powell, election officer 3 2? Chas. L. Heath, election officer 2 00 Demcy West, election officer .. 2 56 James Williams, Juror pain hill 1 50 2 00 J. T. Faulkner, election officer road 61 00 W. II. McDonald, election officer 2 00 James Ellis, building culvert A..102 60 B. F. IIuls. election officer. small pox 2 00 Robert Vermillion, road commis.Camp Ground Tel. Co., phone James KInnlngbam, election offi j ?S sioner 2 00 u'lmrtnn Stamner. work on road 9 00 2 11 Ky. Culvert Co., culverts rent cer 6 00 Wm. Gray, election officer.... 00 James Calebs, lumber 3 28 Henry Wartleld, work on road ... J. M. Cole, Inquest 6 00 John D. Mills, election officer... Gilbert & Tye, Good Road MaJ. M. Colt), Justice 2 00 John II. Law son, Juror pain hill 19 : Z. Cox, Justice 1 50 chine Co . . 6 00 J. A. Stansberry, election officer 2 80 road W. H. Davis, dieting prisoners, C. E. Blanton, election officer . 2 00 Willie Hananons, work on road.. 4 00 Thomas Prlchard, work on road 1 I etc 157 30 F. P. Owens, election officer James Bright, lumber 2 00 Win. Messamore, commissioner for 3 00 J. S. Calebs, for lumber W. B. Dozler, poor house physi3 92 J. O. Steele.elcctlou officer on road 1 Bright . 26 00 J. W. Miller, election officer cian 2 00 Charley Sprouls, Bervlce on road 9 00 1 Sol E. Hammons, work on road W. W. Evans, County Superin2 96 Hen Deaton, work on fill near G. M. Cooper, election officer 16 9b 250 00 C. L. Heath, election officer tendent . 2 00 . Grays RECAPITULATION OF SHERIFF W. It. Gibson, charity and work 2 00 J. W. Broughton, work on road 2 25 T. Brown, election officer SETTLEMENT ON FUNDS .... 43 00 O. W. Sharp, election officer .. for and on poor farm 3 12 W. H. Detherage, comr. & cnain 21 50 OF 1913 GENERAL FUND Martha Gray, waiting on her 2 00 J. T. Bradley, election officer carrier Assessors books charged to husband's son .... ................ 20 00 A. A. Cassady, election officer 2 96 A. J. Ferguson, comr. & chain ?20.1!35 73 . . sheriff 21 50 Gibson Co., supplies and charity 77 85 Alex Crow, election officer and carrier 1,501 2J L. & N. tangible tax 0 O0 4 Oo J. F. Golden, work on tool box Thos. Hubbard, Justice extra day Home Tele- 11 23 Williamsburg Jarvlg Raleigh, special stenog2 00 Ralph Tuggle, election officer and surveying 25 00 prione Co.. franchise 3 50 rapher . 7 50 J. D. Turner, election officer.... . 2 00 it. McDonald, work on road .. v J. E. Jones, expense m arresting 2 00 Charley Burch, work on road. . 3 50 Cumberland Natural Gas Co W. W. Brooks, election officer GO 78 9 75 franchise 5 O0 Jos. Owens, election officer.... lunatic 2 00 F. W. Stamper, work on road 1 62 Darbounllle Water Co., frail' S. II. Jones, election commisM. T. McDonnld, election officer 2 00 S. D. Stamper, work on roau... chlsti . 3 60 20 O0 W. II. McDonald, election officer 2 00 Alex. Kinder, work on road sioner 8. II. Jones, waiting on courts, J. A. Bowman, election officer... 2 00 Whortdn Stamper, surveying .... 3 94 Barbourvllle Electric Light 7 00 . Co.. franchise etc. 165 CO W. It. Barner, electiou officer . 2 00 C. B. Parrlott, engineer expensu 3 SO .. 11 34 Cumb Telephone & Telegraph Minor Logan, keeping James A. Y. Anderson, election officer 2 00 Znlem Harris, surveying 5Co.. franchise Potter 25 O0 J. M. Dixon, electiou officer. 00 Joe McDonald, rocking All, Rich41.64 4 42 Adams Ex. Co., franchise B. F .Logan, land tax refunded... 1 05 W. R. Ballluger, electiou officer 2 00 land bridge 3 CO Western Union Tel. Co., franW. n. Lay, county attorney ....... 2 SO W. II. Detherage, electiou officer 2 00 Stebe Stamper, work on (111 25.80 . chise W. It. Lay, Claim No. 1033 re- II. Newman, election officer .... 2 00 Whorton Stamper, surveying on 2 80 Pullman Co.. .franchise 23 87 allowed 10 O0 L. G. Morris, election officer.-.- .. . 2 00 . road 7 00 Camp Ground Tel. Co . fran . 16 O0 Jas. Owens, electiou officer Leslie Logan, Jail physician 2 00 James Jones, making Geo. Jarvls 151 82. C6 18 Listed by Couuty Clerk 111! .Mountain Advocate, printing W. R. Ballluger. election officer 2 00 20C 00 Cumb. Railroad tangible tax ballots 125 SO W. II. Detherage, election officer 2 00 Whorton Stamper, work on Rich.. Uetaolshrhdlrdlhdliurar 4 00 . Mountain Advocate, printing land till 2 00 W. W. Tlnsley, election officer. 156 65 First Nat Bank, franchise names of candidates 66 t0 F. R. Barner, election officer 2 00 Alonzo Kenedy, road right of 50 00 Nat. Bank of J. A. Black, franB. J. Mills, Justice way 6 00 G. W. McCracken, election offl- 102 34 chise E. McKeenan, Justice 6 O0 2 80 Whorton Stamper, hauling on rd. 3 12 cer L. & N. R. R. Co. franchise L. Q. Mills, election rent 2 80 J. F. Golden, assisting In survey? O0 F. P. Owens, electiou officer. 1,001.04 10 35 estimated O0 B. F. Huls, election officer. ing Ov W. Newman, Justice 2 32 Wm. Owens, keeping Wm. 2 00 M T. Bingham, Juror on Paint Perkej , election officer-GreJohn $188.8.131.52 1 50 Tot ill Crump-I6 00 Hill sickness Taylor, electiou officer F. P. Owens, provisions for Wm. Stee Stamper, hauling on road 30 24 Part of above tiplonciliR to Henry Sllpr, electiou officer . . 8 10 151 O0 R. R. Wheeler, election officer.. Ed Disney 3 12 Will Dyer, work on road Oeni-ra- l ?11.8112j . 1 75 Fund F. P. Disney, to pay Ed Disney B. F.Hamiltou, electiou officer 2 00 S. E. Golden, surveying road 2,081.25 3 75 3,575 poll tax payers as he neods It 10' O0 C. C. McDonald, election officer 2 00 T. S. Wilson, reviewer on road 4 27 Surplus of 1912 funds trans-Perry Anderson, keeping Par 2 80 Whorton Stamper, surveying Alex Crow, electiou officer 52.59 29 80 ferred to this 10' O0 E. W. "Davis, election officer llnd Sister .7 2 80 John F. Golden, surveying IS 00 G. W. Tye. horse hlro M. Pennington, medlcme for X. II. Detherage, electiou officer $15.0St 96 Disney James C. Talor, hauling on road 4 50 10; O0 F. F. Rowland, election officer Credit of Sheriff. James Golden, comr. ana cnain- Parker Merc Co., charity and 2 64 D. T. Smith, election officer . i iu Exonerations of tax to general . man - supplies lfr '00 T..J. Mills, election officer. 3 GO 483 S3 fund 10 00 TWELVE BAKBOUKVILE James Noe. culvert work Fltiley Ilubbaid, election officer 250 00 To lrtc. com. of $2,500.00 C. B. Parrott, Road engineer 00 J. T. Williamson, electiou officer 2 00 Wm. Deaton, hand and team on 480 90 10 20 To 4T0 com. on residue . road J. F. Stanflll, election commisJohn M. Carnes, election officer 3 04 Croley Hdw. & Gro. Co., road ma 3SI00 com. on school tax To 20 00 W. M. Jackson, election officer sioner h J To claims paid ou general 15 1 23 terial J. T. Stamper, county judge.. ..250 00 B. J. Stacy, election officer 3 00 fund . James Asher, work on road 7 00 T. J. Mills, election officer .. James Sutton, charity 355 12 s vv To iial statistics claims on road P. J. Wyrlck, charity Polly 3 28 Robert Smith, work B. F. Mills, electoln officer 2 5U Ualanco duo sheriff and alout 1912 . 2" 0 John H. Allen, election officer Payne 2 00 S. Lawson. claim .710 12 ou lowed out of lt:y of 1914 Wm. Ballinger, team on road. 1 'OS A. B. Helton, election, officer. Wilson Bros., supplies Recapitulation Sheriff Settlement Road Zack Carty, lumber and team ou Western Union Telegraph Co., S. J. Dixon, election officer 9 00 Fund 1913. road messago for witness for CirGarrard Edwaids, election off$11,841 12 3 00 To amt. chaiKfd to sheriff W. E. Hammons, road comr 2! 30 cuit Court icer 8 00 Surplus of 1912 fund trans Jake Gilbert, team on road B. S. Matthews, city election J. W. Crook, electiou olllcor. 1.026.2" 3 50 ferud to this account Smith, lumber on road . 2f OO C. II. Clutts, election officer officer ... 2 80 Wm. 3 00 George Smith, work on road O. Black, city eelction offW. Alex Baker, election officer....- $12,887 39 3 00 Total charge . James Noe, culvert work . 2t O0 T. E. Hurd, election officer. icer . 6 00 Credits. P. D. Brlttaln. right of way David Wilson, city election offHarvey Fry, election officer.. 483.83 $ 4 00 Exonerations ou this fund road .. 21 O0 C. L. Heath, election officer....?. . 2 80 Garfield ailllam, wor kon icer 250.00 4 00 To 10 com. of first $2,500 S Parker, team on road G. C. Mealor, city election offT. C. Parrott, election officer.. . 2 00 A J Blanton, woik on road.. 4S0 00 9 00 To 4ct, com. on residua ........... 2: 00 B. F. Warfleld, election officer icer 9 75 Claims paid on road &. btldge .. C. F Blanton, workton road Mrs. Payne, Janitor service........ 6 O0 G. M. Jenkins, election officer. 2 00 J. W Hemnhlll. chalnman 8.CS0 66 . . 5 00 fund Q. W. Tye, freight and drayage 1 62 Peter Baird, election officer. 5 60 Crlt Mitchell, team on road . G. W. Mayhew, coal for county- - 35 40 THIRTEEN BARBOURVILLE $9,901 29 11 00 Total credits James Morris, team on road . W. H. Davis, prisoner expense.... 3 80 Pleas Bryant, election officer... George Brlttaln, damage to road 5 00 Balance due county on road Q. W. Tye. runt for election.... .. 6 00 D. B. Roynolds, election officer.... . $2,966.10 10 oo and bridge fund Cox, superintending till G. W. Tye, horse hire 10' 25 A. B. Hopper, election office- r- 2 00 Z. B. Enlie, work on road 4 00 This settlement wa3 made as of DeG, 3 oo Win. Leo, election officer Chas. Main, plumbing . 3 28 Richard Engle, work on road 2 00 cember, 30, 1913 26 50 J. W. Myrick, election officer W. 11. Davis. Jailer expenses 2 00 Henry Foley, damage ofoad 5 00 Rathfon Scent & Co., lumber for 2 32 Thomas Glbso'n, hauling on road 6 00 W. F. TInsloy, election officer Dletz- S5 C. S. Brown, election officer 1. coffin 2 00 HI. Helton, work ou road .. 8 40 pG round Tel. Co., phone Cam Jack Hubbs, election officer 10 00 O. M. Jackson, work on bridge 5 60 Ralph Tuggle, election officer rent 200 Sam Parker, work ou road 3 00 W. U. I.A.Y Light Co., lights- Court Electric 2 32 John Payuo, repairing bridge . 10 00 II. II. OOLDEN James D. Ray, election officer 16: 25 Noah Smith, electiou officer House and Jail 2 00 It. u. luuncr, ou i uays on roau & LAY Mrs. R. M. Stansberry, for Mrs. E. Davis, electiou officer ... . Joe Shelton, work on couuty 20; 00 C. F. Blantou, election officer Payne 2 00 14 00 road -Attorneys at W. H. Davis, expense on Cassa- 2 80 T. H. Fuson, work on road... J. A. Holloa, election officer 2 00 -.. 2 00 Joe Tolllver, lumber and work da children IS 37 J. S. Wilder, election officer 5 76 i W. R. Gibson, charity. Jas. But-Richard Johnson, election officer 7 50 Flnley Volentlne, work on road 15- - 60 ton. etc C. iB. HumQeet, election officer.. 2 00 Jasper. Willis, road repairing 10 oo Piompt and careful attention 6 00 W. S. Green, election officer. UI. Yeary. inquest 3 12 Thomas Warren, balance work on . C. B, Parrott, road engineer 250 00 Lark Mills, election officer 2 00 37 .... . to business entrusted to u road l .250 00 Johnnie Warren, election officer 2 00 P. D. Brittain, comr. and chain' ',0. B. Parrott, road engineer ana. following claims ivere allowed G. M. Evans, election officer. 2 00 5 00 OFFICES AT man during the year 1913 but payable put Walter Todd, election officer BARDOURVILLK FOURTEEN & of the levy of 1914: 2 00 J. H. Catron, comr. and chain-maOus Walker, election officer. V. IV Lay, unpaid claim re-a-l. 5 00 ................. -Geo. Hammons, election officer 2 CO Z5Q oo W. J. Mills, election officer. 2 00 Fleru Campbell, tork ou road . 1 25 riowed 4 75 W. R. Qlbaon & Co., vtnpald 2 00 Frank Harbin, blacksmlthlng. J. F. Smith, election officer 12 50 W. N. Epperson, election officer 2 00 W. II. Campbell, work ou road , 12 90 claim Bradley and GllbertCo.. unpaid C 50 . O. U. Larson, team on road..-.- -. W. G. Riley, election officer.. 2T 45 W. O. Martin, election officer 12 50 claim 2 00 P. V. brlttaln, right ot way State, Journal Co.. unpaid claim Uto. McDonald, hauling on road 3 00 A. J. Campbell, election officer LAWYER 1C 25 J. T. Bradley, election officer 10 50 2 08 Jesse Chllders, work ou road Ollk'p with Powers '& Smith 187 24 U. M. Blilkeley, election officer 2 64 Craig Evans, chalnman 8. IL Jeae. services 100 2 00 S. II. Jonci, or Maya road right Thos. 'Broughton, charity for J. S. Bollnger, election officer. 20 00 John Brown, election officer -- . 3 12 otway".... .. 50 00 Boa Jackson road fo Tbe. Brighton, burial eapense IS SI A. N. Prltchard, eleotlan officer 2 00 Wm. Smith, work on on road,. -- .. . 3 00 S 00 2 64 James nrooks, work Peter Shoaf. election officer. main i&wti ... 8 oo .. .. 2 00 Leroy Peace, work on road T. A. Cox, election officer ShMkW Mvc' Co., burial 4 00 . 24 W Chas. McDonald, election officer 2 32 W. M. Peace, ork on roud QtllMrt Ofay. GQ T, G. VIckers, election officer 2 00 Frank Hawu, work ou road .. ... i 00 twe hwiet . F. r ft an D.M. Humflcct, election officer ' Albert Helton, work on road.. 5 25 Special ' m i) u the McDonald, election officer 2 00 C. B. Parrott, freight oa mad. W. H. M t'laini8 . lf W WWVl WRIWV . 3V JeWa BtBJUtt, teaa'on read Sprouls, election 4eer 2 00 Wl J. C. VB ;.eT --. 1 EQ B&rbo: m ro4 16 00 John W. Httghw, iKttfm.eSAK' 00 T, Fritfeard, Lvl BwiM, ( ...... 7 00 rent . 14 23 Electric Light Co., lights B. P. Walker, charity for Kuhns 17 50 B. P. Walker, supervisor 22 50 B. P. Walker, extra service as . supervisor - ........ 30 00 W. W. Tlnsley, supervisor - 22 50 W. W. Tlnsley, extra supervisor work - 30 00 Angel James, caring for small pox :..... J4 00 Bradley and Gilbert, election . . 26 45 . seals, etc. -- .. Byrley, W. W., election commis20 00 sioner ..... 79 60 , It. P. Black, clerk 6 00 li. P. Black, clerk 6 00 B. F. Burcb, justice .. 6 00 S. M. Bennett, Justice, . It. W. Cole, old claims reallowed.J532G4 Costcllow Drug Co., books for poor children . 49 47 Carter Coal Co., provision for Ground Tel. Co.,phone II. B. Clark & Sons, books... North Jelllco Coal Co., telephone services Dr. Ben Tye, waiting on Rood wsman 'Standard Printing Co., printing W. Burnslde, waiting on Mrs. Reaves .. W. B. Dozler, poor house phy sician Leslie, Logan, Jail physician Grover Mealer, ctectlon otl'cer W. Burnslde, health olllcor ... W. Burnslde, health officer James Angel, walntlug on small 40 00, Ben S. Matthews, election officer- - 2 00 Joshua Faulkner, work on road 3 00 on road,. uu A. Y. Anderson, election officer 2 oo Millard Jarvls, work 4 00' uu Innne Meaacr. work on road 00 II. H. Owens, election officer . W II. Smith, Juror pain hill rd 1 60 Durham 2p Ellen Helton, renting now roau a vm 16 C 50 Hob llarkleroail, chalnman Diets 2 00 The following claims were allowed Sam Fisher, work on road oo . m during the year 1913, but payable out L. W. Hampton, road comr. John Hammons, lumber for road 3 00 oo of the surnlus of the 1912 levy. . uu' llarnts Campbell, work on roaa A. B. Blanton, lumber and ork 10 60 Ralph Tuggle, work and lumber on road uu 16 76, for raod 00 James Broughton, hauling on rd. 2 26 76 Henry Bcatty, 1913, damage for -- . 00 J. S. Bright, lumber on road 376 00 . . 1 76 right of way uu W T. Black, hauling on road 1 60 A. B, Helton, damage for right of A. J. Blanton, hauling on road 00' 125 00 way 6 26 . 00 C. V. Blanton, hauling on road 1 42 Dona Orlnsttnd, damage for 00 J. S. Calebs, lumber for road .229 10 right of way 3 00 00 Frank Campbell, hauling on road .200 00 6 76 J. II. Sowders, damage D, C. Chance, hauling on road. -- . 230 00 Cole Hughes & Co., road supplies 8 6!) Oco. F. Jones, damage sup3. II. Black, 1912, lumber on rd. 4 00 12 Croley Hdw. & Gro. Co., road 3 00 1 96 Wm. Lee, team on road . plies . - .. 88 2 00 .. .. T II. Fuson. team on road Detherage Green, Jr., clearing THE , MOUNTAIN 3 ADVOCjAltf f'n " i Willard Hotel Jefferson Street, Between 5th and 6th. Louisville, : : Kentucky. w"sntipaMUhcvl"e WILLARD HOTEL The OLD RELIABLE HOTEL; American Plan. Home Comfort, Good Rooms, Uest There is to Eat. 1 75 5 00 41 00 18 75 26 00 1(1 00 , bridge 2 00 Hamraons, Juror l'aln Hill-roa37 60 J. it. 37 60 11 lumber on road 14 00 Jake Gilbert, hauling uu road Wm. Gilbert, hauling on road. . J. O. Ullllain. hauling on road.. A. L. Greeuberg Iron Co., cul170 verts, nlows nnd scrapers TlinniHn (lllison. hauling on road 6 J. F. llawn, lumber to repatr d L. II. Dozler, work on road road obstruction 2 U0 Isaac Messer, temporary right of .. WHy 2 00 3 0b W. F. Bryant, team on ruad U0 teum on road Wm Lee, 3 5 DO James Hodge, team on Tiad 36 Levi Bennett, comr. 00 Sloven Detherage, work on road Juliies Parrott, team on road Courteous Attention to all Guests, Out in the State People will find u Good Home at the WILLARD, Rates Reasonable "It's Just Like Staying at Home." Is what they all say about the 1 John 62 Thos Josle 60 Levi pox Wm. Owens, keeping Wm. Cruni- M. pin . Pennington, medlcmo for Ed 5 00 Clark Inkle, T. J. Hale, horse hlro John King, Juror pain hill road Will Mills, hauling lumber G. W. Neman, freight on scrapers Henry Payne, lumber for road .. Thomas I'rlchard, work on road F M. Reese, surveying roads. F. M. Reese, surveying roads... 2 60 2 76 1 60 2 00 G 1C 3 39 1 60 31 00 41 25 Ben Sowders, work on road. . .. 3 00 3 00 Wald Smith, work on roan . . . 3 00 Tip Smith, work on road ..... Noah Smith, furnishings on road 5 6? 1 40 IVIUnn Hros.. road supplies Ulsiiey, comr. McDonald, comr. .. McDonald, team ou road Lee, hauling tools John Gross, work on road Craig Evans, chalnman P D. Brlttaln, right of way Pal Baker, work on road B V Barton, right of way Henry Flo)d, work on road Sol E. HammoiiH, work on road Millard Prlnre, work on road Bob Hnrkleroad, lumber for bridge Wm. Powell, comr. R N. Kultz, comr R. H Harbin. blacUsmlthlng Itobeit Juekson, Jul or Paint Hill .. Road .. Mat Young, making culvert ranking culvert Dr Dozler, Jesso Parrott, work on road James Wilder, work on roau WILLARD HOTEL H. D. LINDSAY, Manager. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,GG0 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Marneic Stake Student' Judging Coalc;l 1,000 Road.ter Stake Ftr.iicr Boy' Earampment TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fiue Exhibit of Horiet, Celtic, Swlcc, Sheep, Poultry, Field Std end Grtin, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork ... CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS "Kkgsar Reduced Rillrosd Rates "BATTLE OF MEXICO" F;rCtdeiu and Entry BUok Andrew J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building LOUISVILLE, KY. eummiiagmmiamiBmmmmmmmammmamimmtmmmm I ". GO TO J.A,McDERM0TT&C0. Barbourville, - 1 Kentucky. " en FOR CEMENT, LIME, WOVEN WIRE FENCING and Paints for Every Purpose. TRY fyelvcitone. . it Coal Loaders WANTED! Coal Loaders looking for a good mine v -.-- at which .... - COLDEN to locate, can procure good work at the CLIMAX COAL CO, Mines, Shamrock, Kentucky. four miles from Aliddlesboro, This Is a first-clas- s camp, which Runs Full Time. Good mine, first-clas- s water; good school and church, well stocked store with reasonable prices; in fact everything that makes a camp a desirable place to live. Further information can be had by writing, Climax Coal Co. Shamrock, Kentucky. Railroad Station, Edqcwood, Kentucky t LAW i gieli ... ....... n Barbourville, Pineville Kentucky SOL T. STEELE J. T. STAMPER LAWYER Special Attention to the tion of Claims CoUec- - POWERS & SMITH Attornej-8 & Counselors at F" Barbourville, Kentucky LAW ed Barbourville, Kentucky . Barbourville, Kentucky DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS -i- ue v. Brk, flit irr Mcdonald cLAWYER SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Eyos Tested for Glasees AtHotelJonesSnd Monday of Each Month 12th Annual Kentucky State Fair WILL BE HELD AT LOUISVILLE MON. TUES, WEI). THCH i t , a JiiiK' I ki4B'lMrjS i tso .... liir it' M)c . Kentucky Barbourville, Kentucky Hpt. 14, ib, is, ui, ivy f toMtfM ImHmI2 .- -7- KNOWLEDGE ILLUSTRATKI) 3ao sexiJal F L&N. Time Table saei f J lttjt. . jkhbucacj L.aJLUMKJiL? mMa- -'. .,.,--- ! i - I'AUES. Tells all about sex twitters; what young men and women, young wes and husband nnd nil others need to know about the snored x fnrcs laws that govern the clain truths to happiness I marriage "Secrets" for trains and woimiiihuod, sexof manhood tc. ual abuses, social evil, JP. Company, The latest, most ulvam'fd ami Cjunibamiid comprehensive work t'.uit lm err T1MIC 'PAltUK been issued ou sexual hiKiriii l'licc- South Hound. DAILY less instruction for tlioc who are rnAts: 10:15 a m. No. .I, l.e Arteiuiii rtad for the true iiimr tciichinx. 4:15 p m. No. f, l.e. Artemus This books tells uiiric teacher " Sundays 7:30 a m. .ooiiil No. :k"i, Lap. doctors, lawjers, preacher, No. 37, I.vp. " Sundays 4:28 p m workers, Sunday Si lined tcnihor North Hound. and all others, young and old, what 1:20 p m, No. 1, Arr. Artemus all need to know about ve matters. No, 0. Arr.. Artemus 6:35 p m. By Winfield Scott Hall, I'h !., M.P. No. 30, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a m. " Sunday 6:30 p m. (Leipzig.) No. 38, Arr. Y. U STARKE, Oen.Pass Apt Comment Newspaper l.H. HAYDHN,Gen. Mgr. Chicago "Scientifically correct. "Accurate and Tribune. Philadelphia I'rcxx. "Standard book of knowledge" PhilaBeautiful and Colored The New York delphia Ledger. World says: "Plain tiuths lor tho-- c who need or ought to know them for the prevention of cils. Many are rich, rare, pictures of Under plain wrapper for only $1. HUAUTIFUL MODELS AND Coin or money Order, postage ten ACTRRSSES cents extra. Also a.Self-FillinMIAMI PrilLI&HINV. CO. FOUNTAIN PEN Davton, Ohio. All for only 50 cents. The greatest bargain in beautiful curds utid rare art pictures ever offered. Many are hard to obtain Read rhe Amccvri, 1 ear $1 nnd have sold singly for the price we ask for all. These will go quickly to all 1ovir of the bcuutilul in nature who appreciate rare art pictt Auto Tires tures of well developed models. reliable self filling fountain pen 7,500 Miles Guaranteed tree with each order. These alone Service in stores. lue sold for r The 100 beautiful cards and pen These tires bear the gnatest all tor but 50c nnd 10c in stamps, ct are knovwi mileage guarantee, lor postage. sold at .1 price rru liss il an tires of in cx lite in NORTH BOUND No, 12 Daily except 1:62 p m Sunday 10:14 a m No 22 Daily, due pmi 11: No. 24 Daily, due SOUTH HOUND No. 31 Dally, except Sunday 6:43 a m 3:30 a m No. 21 Daily, Due." 3:58 p m No 23 Dailv, due car leaves lloul loncs tivcuti iniuules before schedule time es-fttr- eet i iiltfin"" THE LEADING LINE 1 aJJJ9g9J99CCCJ939(9t m. - m mmm .wmatT dnM .. llSsI A aril sill . THE WEAVER PIANO, Uprights and Players Finest and most artistic piano in design, tone and construction that can be made. The piano that has set a new standard of excellence for the 20th Century. lOO 35. POST CARDS YORK PIANOS Uprights and Players high grade piano of great value and with charming tone quality. A close second to the Weaver. g Livingston Piano, Upright & Players & PREMIER A POPULAR PIAtf O AT A POPULAR PRICE. Non-Punctur- e' one-dolla- The Weaver Organ, Chapel For Forty Years the Standard. Over 90,000 of the above instruments oarts of the civilized world. . Parlor vw- -i &' ofordinarj giiarantu 'i Ium guarblow-out- ART PORTRAYAL CO. DAYTON, OHIO. are singing their own praise in all s antee cners piuiitiirtsi. duarantcc covand general wear ers 7,500 miles siriiee against everything except abuse. These tires are intended for most .ere Q Orders boe ban received lor these tins for e iu the I'tnUd States Go eminent Service AsaSPLCIAi. 1VIKOM C 1'ORY offer, we ill allow tin following prices for the nrt tm it u-i- I OR KLNT-- An eight room dwelling on College Street, New and in good audition, is plumbed for water and TIRES-TUBE- S Tire fube $ bath, electric lights, gusfor cooking and lighting throughout, good gar-- 1 kn and outhouses. Will rent this (ilaie for $15 per month. Call on r address, Y II. McDonald, or Miss Itertha Kane, llarbourville, Ky. I i ' Mrs. A. M. Virgil, Director Virgil Piano Oonseivatory. JlU. Oratorio Society of Now York, Dr. It. 11. Peters, Conductor, Ktiltinun Ipliia,-r- a. The Schubert Oboir, Mr. Honry Gordon Tliutulor, Conductor, lulailo 1'ianist aim uomposer. Mrs. Isabel Stewart-NortConcert Pianist, Now oi Ic Oiaml Concert Company. Mrs. Eleanor Miss Alice Nielson, the famous Soprano, Boston, Mass. Mr. Frank Oroxton, great American Basso. New York. Mr. Cecil James, Concert Tenor Soloist (now dee'd.) Mr. Maron W. Whitloy, American Basso, Now York. Mmh. Alda, Noted Prima Donna. Nicholas Douty, Composer, Teacher and ConcertSoloist, L'liiladolplua, Pa., and other leading artiste L h, Stark-Stanle- y, 1 - 2Sx3 30x3 30x32 32x3 3t-s3H- in 13 '2i ' 5- sj . (10 110" 15 25 17 00 16 00 2 30 2 SO 3 00 FOR SALE Beautiful Country Home. hate a Ileautiful Country Home iituated on Pightiing L'Jeel, one I IBEZKBEaaAl Mnr tawan 3.20 3 25 3 SO l'J.-G3 40 33s 1 20 40 3.00 3is4 31 00 35x4 3.S0 3 DO 36x4 22 00 20 00 5 00 35xlVs 36.4W. 27 00 5.10 27 50 5 15 37x4i 5 40 37x5 32 00 . All other sues20 pei cent extra. 5 per cent discount if payment in full aciompanies order and il two are so ordered, shipping charges will be paid by ui (J. 0. D. on 15 per cent of amount of order. Our output is limited, so "we sugWe sell direct gest early ordering only, giving purchusci the advantage of all middlemen's profits. - 31x1 32x4 Used in York, Pa., Studios for Teaching and Recital By Miss Florence Hinkle, Mr. Harry L. Link Mr. Walter Rohrbaugli - Non-skid- 1 from the Court House, Ky , which 1 desire to sell at once for cash in hand. The g lioure is a well built cottage six rooms, good barn, and a large llrooin factory, good cold storage, (brick) flour fit, fine well of water, good orchard, 12 acre of well improved fertile land. A little I'aradise. Near the Fair grounds. Call on or address, v. h. Mcdonald, tfarbourville, Ky. Jul 17 tf mile e, con-tamin- Mr. Charles Greengwalt Conductor Schubert Ohoir. Mr. Henry Gordon Thunde, Conductor York Oratorio Society. Dr. R. II. Peters, Km ma Bosshart Mr. Stowart E. Gipe Mr. Purcell Ficy Mr. Charles II. Baker JSIi&s Used in Studios and for Private Rehearsals, by with Mr. Frank La Forgo, Accompanist. Mme Sembrich, Mr. Frank Oroxton, Baeso, in his Mt. Vernon, N. Y., Studio. in his liSth Struct, N. Y. Studio. Mr. Walter Andersoii, Cmiductor York Orutorio Society. R. H. Peters, if t Famous Prima Donna. Mine Alda, World's Famous Contralto, N. Y. Mme Louise Homer, Miss Alice Neilson, witlj K. Uomayno Simmons, Aecompnst. This Piano has come into great prominence purely on account of its urtistic nieiits. . is recognized throughout the world as To 'fS&A The WEAVEU and YORK Piano NON.PUNCTIJKe RLLINEIJ.N NON-PINCTI- our (anions rchners, they eliminate blow outs nnd 00 of iBinons, punctures besides giving many thousand more miles sen ice to Pay I each tire. When in jour tires jou There Is only one way to ke9 catri ride without worry or tire troubles. jod credit good and UuU ww k nerw a strain It Oeirettoa Xnri. . For all 3 inch tires .. $1.95 For nll'SM inch tires ' $2 20 Brief Decision. For all 4 inch tires .. $2.00 U'ben we consider hoirvMUTM For all 1 inch tires $2.75 nun make monkeys of thetasehrea. It For all 5 inch tires .. $2.00 . oot so dlfflcult to balUre-lltb For all 5 inch tires . ., . $3.00 'heory of erolutton. 1IRE TACTORY a Pe Orange and Lsmon orange true will Muutlfflat pro-uc- e 20,000 oranges, whll a Uraca ree seldom yields more than MOO .n Tro. get one of the fine pianos, see, . t3j Watson Music Company Factory Representative for Them There ia no rea"on why you slinuld not have one in your home, and let them We willsaue you $50 to $100 in prices. You can get them on such easy yaymentB that some day it will be be importing their melodies to your loved ones. how you got it youra and you will never-knoWe give you free with each Player 10 rols of fine music, tine bench and fcarf, and you can exchange your rnusip every per roll. Saturday for the small sum of A CARD TO THE- :lir-DRO- P t BaVton. k - - - OHIO. Vou 1m esutast friuud to lilm, rotates, as a gtayjsr proot of hla nolile heart, tbat to so reujjr to forclvo that Tea CIerowho was by no means a Caesar Learn to Forget are never so rare of betaf cured of what alls yoa as wtea ywa laugh st it A trouble that fau U Fact hilf dead. Watson Music Co., Corbin, or Ky. , ' to pardea la C..!-.V- t sd eH Jhe wne done to lilm. urn , ,, toM 1 tSUri .17 calland see them at NIOnOLSON-FOLK- Y (JO'S. STORES, Cor. Center and R. It. Street. to forgot anything '' s ex- - Indeed, asost beautiful revenge; lT- il " Km' , - 1 Meanut Man. Tha meanest man has agela bMa dlscotwed. He a fcttHeeala it confederate 1M WM iby wyof a oa l.l l.llill iti 1 - THK MOUNTAIN -- ADVOCATE TI'JC ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Akmmfutmiy hms no substitute Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or 50 wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. iRovnl- Ralflnn--' -"- i ' V. 2 ..X tfrtt wttwm ii'mnJn tvt is mauc Grape ."to of Tartar. Noituui (Jure, l? Cream alum, - OewxrAam ... 1 lime or acid phosphates. .v -i .THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE NUMBEIt- -1 1 A MISTAKEN IDEA There are some nconle who still to drugged pills or alcoholic syrup:! to overcome colds, ncrvotisuebs or general debility, and who know that the pure, unadulterated nourishment iu Scott's Emulsion is eminently Letter, but refrain from takinir it because thev fear it inav lead to excessive fat or obesity. This is a mistaken idea, because Scott's BmulsionfirststrenRtheusthebodybefore making flesh, Its properties aid nature to throw off sickness by building health from its very source, and flesh is formed onlvbvits continued use. Avoid alcoholic substitutes for SCOTT'S, blood-formin- g u.uuioimvirLE, Kentucky $1.00Por YoarSI.OO r PERSONALS 1 W. II. McDonald is out of town. u L 1 Uide of Allison Avenue between the Cob V. C. McDonald has bis band boys said points on same, and owners ol ago. eleie,') trustee by lined up at the Brodheadair this Oh, you croquet balls! we like to lots or land abutting on south side J G K, answa s vote. see you roll. week. ol Pine street at pointe 'above men- a uiiunliiii visit. Alex Carter ntld Dan Lnwson are tioned, may build and ,., James Hei. vi. of Missouri. II. P. Kincaid and wife, of Corbin, construct Illir rlnllvou croquot "champs" at this place. sidewalks, r"b- spent Saturday with friends in our the each lor the distance his School is progressing nicely here. lot or lots abutt on said city. streets Miss Eva Parker was the. pleasant along the border of said abuttal; 71'jllnff Howard for Wp offer One Hundred John Ilenson and wife, of St. PetersBiiestof Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Thurs- the walks to be constructed accord any cueut(liMnli than i tumct tu Hired bj burg, Fla., are guests of Mrs. Y. II. day ovoning. Hall's 1'atnir.ih Cure ing to plans and specifications ol McDonald I'.J.l IIKXKViCII,, Prof. Y. C. Faulkner spent Thurs the Street Commissioner KlIUKII I . 1 and under Wo, the h.iw Miss Margaret Stacy, of London, day night with Mr. and Mrs. John his supervision, .Uuee Inm Cheney for I he lnt IJj.Ta., an and of the width ' is the guest of Mrs. Sawyer A. C. Sears. u .trauae- -himonilile In all of five feet, made and laid of con- perfeetl tliiftuelall) alilu to lnniii. xjitanyobtlnnnand carry Miss Tilda Campbell, book-keepSmith this week. crete suitable for the purpose of side- lltfattoiiiuudetj) his firm. Hi'jU for the Brush Creek Mining and XA1 IHXAI. ll.XXk OF COM Ml. Mother Cole has returned from an Manufacturing Company, walks, resting on good and t Tol. of Wheelextended visit to relatives at Red er, was in our town Friday and paid foundation for basis. Haifa (Mturrab Cine Is taken our school a pleasant visit. House, Kentucky. Upon the failure of any oAner or lug directly iik)ii the luood and mucou . facesofthe sstem. Testimonials tent fr Wo wish to say to Sunt.. Eram owners or property abuttini; on I'rlce 75 cents per tjottle. bold uj all Ilrug Misses Mayine Dillard and Maud l gists, McKeehan, of Corbin, are guests of mat u ho would employ such men the said designated parts ol side- - 'lake Hall's Family Fills for constipation. I ua rroi. all the time there walk improvements as herein to Miss Myrtle Cole this week. would be Bometliing: doing; ho has to comply with requirements m Miss Mary Ligon left last Tues- certainly put our ck'Hks In fine shape. uu,u "Kui -- iiiir- wnen you wontJ this ordinance and build same withday for Campton, Ky., where she in a reasonable time, nnd not later nave to workoliaid. has accepted a position in the graded Miss Eva Parker, one of our teachfthan the lst day ' Somber, 19U, 'school. . flra., lof Imra . inuy on nil auto-wo- a ... . me oouru ui iouncn snail cause Miss Pearl Taulbee, daughter of horso to visit honiofolks at Bryant's such improvements to be made by Uyrd Taulbee, of Morehead, is the Store, returning Sunday evening to the City and may let the contract uest of Miss Dovie Higgins for a iciurr, a nice time. or contracts for the building of the Mrs. Nannie Hetnbree. wlf. of part or parts of few weeks. not built Atuiyjiembree, died Sunday morn- as herein by the owner or owners, Misses Bertie Hibbard, Sallie La ing of tuberculosis, and was laid to Rue and Edna Smith have returned rest iu the Tinsley crrave vaod Mnn. and contractors, when awarded home after a very pleasant weeks day. Wo extend to the bereaved such contract or contracts .by the lumtiy our heart felt sympathies, shall give bond for the faithful visit with friends here. I . performance of same. The City ol Success to the Advocate. Miss Mary White, of Barbourville shall have a lien upon Miss Mary D. Everman, of the property so abutting said imParis, and Miss Ida May Bishop, of provements which may be matle by Floyd and Gilbert Cobb, of Goose Corbin, are guests of Mr; and Mrs. 'v1MTtitrii the City under this ordinance for la Creek, were hero the first of the week ) ;';- - J- - w Ligon this week. the cost of said construction with buying sheep. Mrs. A. W. Sowards and (jaugb- R. C. I'artill. Mho has hail rvnlinM six percent interest from September I ,.ter, Nannie V., returned home on for the past throe weoks, is improv- first 101-i- . This ordinance shall be f effective immediaately upon passage 'last Saturday mornings early train, ing nicely. and publication. ,'they were accompanied home by her) Arthur Brown is movinc-tntnn' I .. Li ir . . .. Approved: W. C. PUALKNliR, iiiomcr, Mrs. it. it. uarmical, or Mt Fork where lie will havo charge of t. Vernon, and, her niece, Miss Mattie a powor house. JOSEPIIUS MOORIi, K. R. Kisor is inorlncr to var v.. Carmtcal, of Pine Hill, who will Attest: Councilmen. spend some time in Bnibourville be- to work in tho coal mines. CHAS. G. COLIi, City Clerk. , Arch Goiim quit work hero this fore returning home. Mrs. Sowards I. M. WILSON, Mayor was appointed as one of the judges week and returned to his homo on City of Harbour illc. in. the Floral Hall at the Mt Vernon Harps Creek. Mrs Sam Murphy Is on tho sick Fair, which was holding thtir list this week. exhibition last week while she Dan Rlckett and wife are visiting was in Mt Vernon. relatlveri here this week. Change of Roadway , J, S. Miller, who has'been critical. ily 111 for some weeks la no better at I'hil Ftison and daughter, of Birch, were visiting iloro Saturday this time. and A petition will be filed ou August UllUUttVi 28th, 19U, for the following LWe are glad to report Aunt Mit Atty Sol T Steele, of ltarbourville, vttunyoiMr-erchange of road, leading from Flat much lnproved was here Saturday on legal buaiuew. Lick to Stinking Creek: RwE Tuue' ? "d ohlldreu, of PatronsAif tho school district put i Beginning at a point in the coun.xmrriijiuu, xeun., are nere this week up a large bell at the school house M 'the guuts of Mr and Mrs DO Pay ue last week and every slroko of Its iron ty road lending from Flat Lick. xr, tougue says "prosperity, prosperity. " Ky., up Stinking Creek about two &UU01B.LOKaU KUUVOn has Mia iinatiKs'of the dovil for aome ax. When you yawn a good ileal in or three hundred feet from the foot . i.T"rT7 1 eponaiiy nne tomntoes loft with the daytime, feel dull, achy and foot of the hill known as the Hen cuneauay. IVS waut to stretch frequently it is nu Mills Hill; thence up the hill on the unmistakable symptom of malaria, rtgnt nana sitie oithe old road ' oaf Vi ....- - K as yon go up Stinking Creek to a and uuless you do something Wkctri the' baby i suiTcring. the at point in the old County road about M, double aMiction of hot weather and once you arc booked for a spell of fifty or aBdbwli,dl) rders, the remedy cuius. IiUKIUKIiis a ..l,ill medi. the top of said hill;feet this side ol Mwd u MmJEE UABYEL1XIK. clue that will prevent or cure the change of road will the proposed ruu through wish condition, disease. It drives out the iaipuri. jTMnA.. 111..' -- v-fcn ach and checks tes on which malarial germ thrives the property of Hen Mills and his Bft BVl j . ftBBn ejs. Price 25c treugtheiu the liver and cleanses wife Lucy Mills, and Thomas Pat i "! terson and his wife liarbrv Pat. Price 50c. Sold at Seld at j. (lie Dowels, tcrsoB, Jlawu's Drugstore, Bar-r Mrbur J, Fruuk Ky, Signed: C. B. PARROTT, Boumlle, TlHndv- Advt. 1 Walter Nicholson and Owen Lang Lnn of Corbin, were here Sunday. TROSPER ting and b'Hdciing m Main street loft this iiioruiii for Idnho, where tlii'.v will tiakc their future home. J between the sa'W ininU mcludinj', Wt- liiitn to give up such good citizens J. U, loites, but wish them well In their new Archibald, S. U.f&X li'ewmau, Faulkner, rtist Church home. 'llims,',, iMIht Katheilne Muidiu and bister1 and Costellow, may ' birild and construct sile'l'Me"ae,' of t'lieiioa, :ui' licic visit Iiik relatives for it distance his lot nhutt i ' "' and :iltwiiilliigi(-lii)o- l " J.ogau (Jnp ball teiim took u game Main street nlmn ill- - l.nr,ir by saiif abuttal, and owners of lou iirj away from Jliud Scralible !, a score of to 1. land abutting on south side of Coy t jPyof J.loyd Creech, of llatloif. was (or Sawyers) street, and owners of Cumberland of lots or land abuttiug on the west hi reiij the Interest 'vo,. Williamsburg, a few days (J Barbourville, But Dally Growing Los. ZfcTo. TIi ktdni)nftpn cry forlielp. Not nnotlipr orimn In th wholv Ixnly HKire ilollfulely coiiitruetedi Not one more Mrs. W. If. Olurke Is liellevest He it Ordamed by the Board of Important tonmiltli After Years of Digestive Council, of the City of Hnr lour-ville:- - Tim kldnvy arc the tlltorn nf tlio i1kx1. Wlien tlivy full tbe Mood beeumo foul Disorders. ii ml poltoimut. Iliore cun lie nu lienlth where there U s be built mid conThat pnlionrti hlooil. Mre. V. Ii. Clarke, of Central structed on streets and location" lndlen- ftiickuulio Is one of th frequ-(Jty, Ky., for many years sotfered as herein designated, as lollow: On tluna of klilm--the troulile. M.lucjscry for lielo. Heeii fro"1 disorders of the stomach. She ltl often the west side of .Vain street, hejjiiiu- - it. tried many treatment with but lit- ltnil what IHwin's Kidney I'lHs have tlw encouragement. ing at interjection of School stre. t; . . ildtiRfiir oterwurLiHl Lldnevs. ' Mr Clarke Induced her to try thence south on the mid west side Proof of merit intlie fniloiimtiiteiiient, of said Main street to the lot and J, M Jones, ramonler, forhln, Ky., snys: Jlayi f) Wonderful Stomach Heme 'Tlie nctlon nf my kidneys m IrrtifUlnr (y. She got results right away propertvofj K Jones where said mid t liml liilliiiiiutlini of the ....,, liludder. My ri.i . ..... i " . ....-i tones now lives; nlo on t lie? smi'h iiut'K ucnui mm i mini Bireii Iwen. i nm up 'The iiinllolne has done my wife ntlie niornlntcill lnl sevt-ni-l si4fcr of t. ii) r (or Sawyers) sl icel rriiit'dl-j- , ul' limit lienvllt. Unally, I a world of iood, and I feel that It tnkliitf I'imii'i hidiint I'll Ii. TlK'y unii Mill eurH Iihi-- . itt-- ; from Mu in street to Ci;llri;e I Intend to keep on matte iiih feel ninti hotter uii-- l MtioiiKi'r In until aim Ii completely cured, you nlto.fHj the south end of Allirnti eery n. Tin' IbiIiich left mid my if have been doing Iht more goood The liillniiiiulnii heeiiine niiriiiul. Avenue .on the west side ol sonic tht- - hlndder ni nlv remned." tlinn anyone bus done Iicj, and she from ftepnt street rj II. P. Walkers I'urMilK l till deuleri. l'rlee v., mle hai boxii suffering with luir Btoliiacli Cn., Iluiriilii, N. Also on Vine street, on south side foryeurH. I um glnd I wn told of iik'i'liU for the l.'nlU'd Htnlei. of fame, in front ol the property ol Itiiueinlier the iimiiii' Donu'i-iii- ie ink- - J'Olir rellleily. no other, AihertlwniBiit. A J Croley, Swrd Moore, MelodI.ottorB like that are written by ist parsonage, A C Lewis und Mr. iimtd of Mhvi'h Wonderful Htomach KING NEWS L, f. ilrowii J. K. King mid fnnilly, of King The owners of lotatiiul laud abutLots of It In - ORDINANCE 201. Crying For Help Kentucky Man Tells How fuayr Stomach Remedy Restored Wiferi Ileinedy In all parts of the country. It proves its merit with tha first1 dose no long treatment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomaob Bem-- 1 cily clears thw dlgeilve tract or- mucjoti nccretioua and removes po onotis instter. It bring swift rollcf. to suflerois from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowel!. Many declare It has tavsd thein from dangerous operations and many are sure it Iiuh saved their lives. llpcuureof the remarkable success of this remedy there are many Imitators, so be cautious. Mu sure It's MAYIt'S. Go to Herndou Dug Co. drug store nun ask about the wonderful results It has Uepu accomplishing or send to GeoT H. Mays, Mfg. Cheuilstx Whiting St., Chicago, III,, for free book on Stomach " albnetitH and many grateful letters from people who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you its wond- derful edicts. 154-15- (1 side-walk- nt -- I 1 ,,..,., ....... lie-ii- t n KintiT-Mllhur- "OUR STUDENTS MAKE GOOD" Sue Bennett flDemorfal School Hoiifton, Ikentucnt;. Schools MODBL Preparatory Vocational A High vSchool witK a Schools HIGH Commercial NORMAL Reputation MUSIC How'tf Jhi8? umk-rlitiie- Bookkeeping, Shorthand and,Touch Typewriting Taught in our Commercial Department J. C. LEWIS, Principal. FALL TERM ) BEGINS Sept. 1st,) mmmamiaammin 1 L. B. HAMMOCK, Field Agt. n imitif mmmmimtUHmiaimmm Differing Blood Corpuscles. er sub-stanti- ... l. side-wal- k Man-Cheste- I r, WHeeteK NeMs rw JZf r1 intm-nall.- , Man and Music. "M'islo hath charms to soothe the .avage breast" so that explains why meC art? more susceptible to music than omen. It Is the truth that all men respond to some kind of music, from Uus.suuj to ragtime, according to their tastes. Mu?Ic Is certainly a clow second to a wan itomach as a road tn that destination iii heart. ' man. . The crystals of f&o blood of a whits man are extremely small, measuring part of less than one an inch in length and are shaped rather like thin bricks. Tha blood cry, tals of & negro aruear like thin red piaies, or Jong, mm, nai oars, easily distinguishable from those of a whlt9 J ' ff&SS A Pure Drink gredients that enter into Parfay carries its Each of the niiteteen dlflFerent in- maker's guarantee cA purity. The manu- acturers of Parfay p)rovei.triat each ingre- ient is pure by their ownsear(?hing tests. A Parfay is madeVnder So as youTstepto the . an-rui- NOTICE. V y w Mk..Jf con- -' ditions of ideal cleaminess.. Every possible care and precauttonN is taken. Each 'and every gallon tof , Parfay is uniforrniy pure. ) est fountain) to get your array you can do so with the assurance that your drink is not (snly deli- -' cious, cooling, refreshing but that it is also absolutely. pure. 4')Her.There.Eyeryvvlierei . r neari " ' - KkmtsRrBblUodj itr4iiMrSUc wuvfuuiK ii vi)M m mr-rr?zs- liiifr" "irtirx. JJBlwalisWBP m..:s',.iK)i:iamiL-Kiji- : TsLfc "v('lfsT"tfc. V,. .. PARFAY SERVED AT THIS FQUNT ,. x .. ,j,- - iJtoti) i ui ftttBR LliMlft.BRUG. COMRAN Y, J ..RMd BulMtr. wi. ... ?7j. iiijmih t nmmvmaammwmmmmmmmiimmtmmmwm i .w. nr WFvrr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i t 9. I r r r MINES SHATTER RECORDS Acquired By 0.1ft In 1794. mansion, the Tho old executive alto of which tho commonwea'th Nearly 20,000,000 Tons Were Taken Out acquired by gift in 1794 ns p.irt In 1913 Increase 3,000,000 Tons. tho consideration for choosing for tho cnpltol, will be sold Loulsvlllo, Ky Tho coal mined in i at auction September 13 at 2 o'clock Kentucky In 1913 was 19,616,000 Bhort Gov McCreary and the entire state tons, valued at $20,516,749, According capltol commission will bo present nt BLACK PATCH BELIEVES THAT to Kdwnrd W. Parker, of tho United BY STATE EXPERIMENT STATION MOVING PICTURE TUBERCULOSIS In tho sale. Tho lot, 345 by 150 feet WAY WILL BE FOUND TO Kentucky INDIVIDUAL ANALYSIS States geological survey, EXHIBIT ATTRACTS MUCH dimensions, with tho mansion, In which is ouo of tho 12 states that In 1913 esREACH MARKET. STATED IMPOSSIBLE. governors for a hundred ATTENTION. until tablished rcw records In tho quantity this year, havo lived, will bo offered and value of their coal production, and In parcels of six lots, then ten lots In one respect tho percentage of Initnd then as a whole, the salo being DEALERS ARE NOT ALARMED creaseKentucky outclassed all her EXPENSE WOULD BE ENORMOUS ORGANIZED made In the manner which will realUo HEALTH LEAGUES 11 sister states. The tho largest salo price". Increase in quantity mined amounted 1792, when under the first conIn to 3,126,079 short tons, or 19 par cent, Over the Pessimistic Predictions from Applications Made Each and tho valuo Increased $3,662,542, or Innumerable Twenty-Nin- e Cases Located In One stitution a committee was authorized Some Parts of the Dark ToYear on Theory That Work Would to select the location of tho capital, 21.7 per cent. The nearest approach County With Many Cases of bacco District. be Free of'.Charge. and Lexington and other cities conto these rates of Increase among the Hook Worm. tended with Frankfort for the slto, a exceedJther states whose production hundred acres of land wero parceled '.Wstern Newspaper t'nlon, Cincinnati, O ed 5,000,000 tons was In Virginia, Western Newpnpr Union News Service. (SpecUl Frankfort Corresuondence.) Into lots, every other one being given Lexington, Ky. In a bulletin preHopklnsvilte, Ky. In spite of tho whose output Increased 12.5 per cent Frankfort. The moving picture ex- to the state. The old capltol site, pessimistic predictions from some In quantity and 19 per cent In value. pared by George Hobcrts, agronomist prison and the mansion grounds parts of hibit work of the Statu Tuberculosis the the dark tobacco district, Hop- Nearly 80 per cent of tho increase In of the Kentucky Agricultural ExperiCommission Is proving most success- w ere part of tho tract. Two years later klnsvlllo dealers aru not alarmed over Kentucky's production In 1913 was in ment Station, the statement is made ful In retching country districts. So Andrew Holmes deeded the capltol slto the outlook for the now crop as far as the eastern counties. that Innumerable applications are to the commonwealth and It Is undermade each year to the station for far It has appo.tred in Franklin, Wood- stood tho transfer Included the man prices are concerned. Stocks of the ford and Shelby counties with about slon site. Tho deeds are recorded In world ro said to be low, and there ANOTHER PRIZEANNEXED analysis of the soli of Individual fnrms, tho popular Impression being aro a number of European countries Ander5,000 people In attendance. Woodford county. that the station will make such analythat will have to h.ie the particular son, Ho)lo and Mercer will be the next typo of weed grown In this rogbn. By Jack Barrymore at the Blue Grass sis freo of charge nnd almost "while counties visited. Miss Kllrnbeth Da- At Work on Revision. Fair In Lexington. you wait." It is explained that It costs No'hlng else suits thum. The demand vidson has just completed five months about $20 to make a soil analysts, With a view to the resubmission of for tobacco will bo just as insistent, of service with the tuberculosis Lexington, Ky. The Bluegrass fair which Is a slow And tedious process, tho Issue of tho voters of Kentucky at these dealers say, as for wheat. The As a result of six weeks' tho election of 1915, the revision of tho armies want to smoke as well as eat, clor.cd, having had good weather and nnd that tho numerous applications work la Urcckitirldge county health revenuo system of the commonwealth and some way of sotting tobacco to a corresponding attendance on each of made by Individual farmers can not days, but the management be granted, On tho other bnnd it leagues have been orgnnlzed at Is being revived by the sti'.c tax them will be found. Tho quantity will the al Irvlngton, Stephensport and league which purposes to bring It home be less than half of that raised last states that tho financial results will should bo known, says tho bulletin, not be known for seveinl days. The tbat all farms In certain territories are Cloverport, and $200 has been raised to the taxpayers with such force an I year. The only alarm felt now Is tho fato last day was "thoroughbred day," tho practically alike in the charncter of locally to with a nurse rep- energy that the necessary constitU' resenting the state commission In 'he tlonal amendment may be adopted by of tobacco now on tho high seas bound morning being devoted to the rings for their soil, nnd that therefore a farmer .... uu..... breeding classes. Jim Gaffnoy, tho should simply follow tho general lines fall. j. v,........., " luu .iexi legislature, iu uiui'usaiiiK uiu i ,w rh .,g like fi.000 ho&licarirf are sup- once good race horse and the olre of laid down for boII of his section of tho Mtsd Marian Williamson, one of the movement II. M. FTomnn, of Ghent, commission's regular staff of nurses. president of tho league, recounted tho posed to bo en route to these coun Emerson Cochran, took the premium state. Is with Dr. Steele, of the history and labors of the organization tries. Mote than 1,30) hogsheads of for stallion In servlcee. The weanling state board of health In a health in connection with the work of the tobacco from tho Hopk'nsvlllo markot colt by the famous ISallot and out of WILL MEET AT THE ROYAL INN. In state tax commission appointed by the left .New Orlcaim o:i ono shit) just two the once turf queen May Hempstead, campaign In Muhlenberg county. "The Investiga- days beforo Austria and Sorvi.i went look firbt prize In his class. In the two weeks' time she has located twen legislature of 1912 Lexington. Ky. Presided over by cases of tuberculosis and ten tions of that body," said Mr. Froman, to war. ft Is feared that this fhip classes for earllngs, a colt by Marta S, C. Lno and a filly Many people In Muhlcn "In conjunction with those of Prof and others loaded with Mack Patch Santa, owned by suspects. committee of the National Fox Hunttobacco ma be captured and confls by Orison, the property of M, D. Itlch-- ! ers' Association met at tho Phoenix berg county, learning of the preva Carl I'heln, of California, a w Whlls Hie tobacco nrdfon, took the blue ribbons. The hotel and selected the Hoynl Inn, near fe u expert on taxation, led to the cited or destroyed. lence of tuberculosis and typhoid seemingly Invincible .lack mrrymoro , V. ver. In addition to many cases of hook Inevitable conclusions that attempts is covered by Insurance, there Is a a? . he nc" me,et'"g. pl?" worm, are expressing the desire that to tax all classes of property alike, clause In all of tho policies rendering captured the aged championship for ui ?"" ii&sucuuiuu aim iiauu .tuvvuiuei me (addle horses. tho county hae a permanent visiting whether In Kentucky or other states, them void In tho event of war 9 as the date. The success of the nurse. Miss Williamson will cmleav has been a failure and has succeeded meeting at Lagrango last year was the only in driving personal property out PROHIBITION QUESTION determining Jnctor in the selection. or to raise funds for that purpose. VALIDITY OF ROAD LAW of tho state or causing It to be conTho meeting was largely attended, and cealed from the assessors and adding from the discussion of various topics Paroles Granted. tangible pioporty and Lewis County's Big Road Bond Istue "Wets" Argue Against an Election In the meet In November will be great. to the taxes on City of Lexington. granted by causing the latter to be assessed at The following parole., May Be Invalidated. the state board of prison commission- lobs than its value. Lexington, Ky. The motion of tho ers, were approved by the governor KENTUCKY BREVITIES Louisville, Ky. Utiles tho "wets" for a prohibition election in J. T. Alderson, Webster count, burn Frankfort Not Affected. amendment adopted in 1909, the city of Lexington exclusively on Ing a dwelling, one to fclv jears: Geo p.-- ' milting counties to lnrur Indebted-np?- September 28, the same day on which Ghent, Ky. Tho board of trustees of Inquiries about tho local effect of Rrjanr, Webster county. "Breaking Into for road Imp- -. its to the the "drys" hae petitioned for a prohi the Ghent graded school district have storehouse, one to the ears; Harri- tho financial situation produced by the amount of ." per cent a jo assessed engaged tho follow Ing teachers for tho son Devlue, Shelby count, malicious Impending war In Europe have kept value of the property in tho counu bition election for tho entire county, next fall and winter terra: Principal, Frankfort bankers explaining more analo,) a tax of 20 cents to create a striking and wounding, one to the assistant II. C Moore, Lowlsburg; years: "Staton Fetlock, Hourbon coun- points than were discussed in Coin's .inking fund, is held valid Lewis Craig, Doone Bul,ock conclu3lon of tne arRU. principal, Miss Kato Financial school. All of them agree ty, breaking into a dwelling, two to count, the flrst to anticipate the 1914 innnlj illrnllAil Amtnnsil tn milimtt t llrvlta county; Intermediate, Miss Fannie C. ten years: Clay Garner, I'tyette coun- that so far as their Individual experim?'IUaV0,t0,S?n1dri21 authorities and took the matter under Cox, Kagle; primary, Miss Dettlo Watences are concerned, Frankfort is in ty, manslaughter, two to twonty-ouson, Atlanta, Ga. G. Speer, good condition. President years: Jim Harris, lociu count 01 op .., S ato an. is of the pel rent ,,,, me total property . ,,. bcforo lhJ housebreaking, one to five 5ears: W.l- Dixon, Ky. The Webster County llnm Ict.isif.Q VT.iillann pnnntv. house- - opinion that interior cities will not 1'JiiO amendment Records of the State MORE PROHIBITNON ELECTIONS. Teachers' Institute held their annual tightening effect, and the tl HmirVi eel an ,..irit ltruiMni. nrtn tn Commissioners , Eugene E. Heard of Election ,..,... One Called for Bourbon County and session at Clay. T. J. Coatcs, state Mn,i III!- others agree witfi him t llklhllll 'i n II. J..I IUUUII. klUUM inrlmw that the amendment carried by supervisor of rural schools, acted ns Hoge, cashier of he State National Another for City of Paris. ceny. one to five years; Kd Lucas. ll necessary major but no record Instructor. This Is the first time in bank, said: the question Faette county, murder, two to twenty-- of what effect"ItegatJIngwar will have tar. be found of a proclamation by Paris, Ky. In tho Hourbon county tho history of the county that the Inforeign one years; Charlie Smith. Faette declaring tho amondmont Lcourt, Judge C. A. McMillan called a stitute has been held at a place other fic. Wlllar.n county, detaining a woman, two to with the financial situation in thlf operative. the United prohibition election in the county for than Rlxon, the county seat. ears; Will Fields. Muhlenberg country, I will state that making ar&tven September 23 at the request of the housebreaking, one to live States treasurer Is now county, TWO ELECTIONS GRANTED "dry a," who two weeks ago filed a peto assist tho financial Plnevllle, Ky. Notice from A. T. yiars: William Law son, jenurson. rangements extent that there willcen be ters to an tition signed by 1,734 voters. A McCormlck, secretary of the state ccinty, robber', two to teu years no scarcity of money In taking care of filed by the "wets" asking board of health, that a meeting of the county, Livingsto.i Ha ry White, Special Registration to Be Held at for a separate election In Paris for Kentucky health officers will be held grand larceny, one to five ears; Geo. the business interests of the Unltec. Voting Booths. September 26 was contested. The at, Plnevllle. August 18, 19 and 20, was and we have no fear of any Goi Ion, Boyle county, manslaughter, States, "drys," through their attorney, Rob- received by the local health officers. twenty-onyears; Manuel Litchfield, panic. Lexington, Ky. Tho contention of ert L. Talbott, filed a paper setting It Is expected that between 200 and Fa; ette county, housebreaking and the "wets" for a local option election out certain objections to the calling 250 will be In attendance. Denies Tax Liability. burglary, ten years; Zlpp Lee Current, in Lexington, Independent of Fayotto The Loulsvlllo & Northern Railway count, September 28, fcltnultaneously of the election, which wore overruled Iloarbon county, manslaughter, eight years; Steve Washington. Jefferson & lighting Co. filed suit In ttib Franklin with a similar olcctlon requested by by Judge McMillan, and the election ' Carlisle, Ky. As a result of the low was called for the city of Paris on the twenty-onmanslaughter, county, circuit court against Henry M. the ' drys," who asked that tho coun-- t date requested in the petition of the condition of water in the reservoir, auditor of public accounts, tobe considered tho unit, was upheld "wets." ye.irs; Levi Collins. Clay county, mur-.dcaused by tho drouth, the city council gether with the members of the board In a lengthy opinion by Judge Frank life. of Carlisle has ordered tho water supof valuation and assessment of the A. Dullock In county court. Accord- ply cut off here for all outside ubo, state of Kentucky, seeking an Injunc-- ingly i doublo olectlon will be held ALL READY FOR THE INSTITUTE. and thero will bo no watering of garComplete Reorganization. preventing the collection of taxes September 28, city voters being pretlon Winchester, Ky. Thomas B. Tal- dens or lawns until there Is more rain. Complete reorganization of tho ad- on tho company's property In Jefferson two ballots, missionary, bott, Sunday-schoo- l of jutant general's department Is proph-cs'.e- county. The Loulsvlllo & Northern BCnted with Winchester, and the Itev. Mr. C. upon the return of Governor way & lighting Co. in Its petition Whltesburg, Ky. The Letcher Gunn, pastor of the Presbyterian MrCreary from his vacation. The post states that It Is a company court is perfecting arrangements IncorTIMELY RAINS IN KENTUCKY. church at Jackson, have arranged an for the building of flvo more steel of adjutant general has been vacant porated under the laws of the state of bridges in Letcher county, the conslf.te the resignation of General W. B. Indiana and doing business between They Greatly Help Tobacco and Late Interesting program for the Sunday-schoInstitute to bo hold In Jackson. struction to be started nt an early date. Haldeman two years ago, and Col. J Louisville and points in Indiana The Corn Crops. bo held at Lees Col- The sessions will Tandy Ellis, assistant adjutant company claims its business Is an Inleglato Institute and speakers of statoj Ashland, Ky. Elmer Adktns, of Car- has been acting as head of the terstate business and entirely under liorklnsvllle, Ky. Tho drouth in wide prominence will be in attend- (er city, was working on the lallroad department and drawing the salar. the laws of the interstate commerce tills region is effectually broken and track just east of Fullerton when he The promotion of Col. Ellis to adju- commission. the farmers are rejoicing. Tho rains was run down by a train and both legs tant general, which now seems assurhavo come In tlmo to savo a large ed, will leave tho position of .assistant Assured of Big Crowd. 0f tho tohacro and late corn SALE OF EXECUTIVE MANSION. wore severed. lie can not live. ri,,t with the rank of colonel vacant. For Secretary A. C. Morris, A. O. Jeffers rr pi and replenish the water supply, Elkton, Ky.-- Tho Farmers & MerFrankfort, Ky. A movement Is said this place the names of Lieutenant nnd Leon Terry, directors of the Cap!- - inl aro worth hundreds of thousands Carl Norman, a battalion adjutant In tal Fair association, attended tho Muo, rf dollcrs to tho planters, who had to bo on foot to stop. If possible, the chants nank of Elkton, at a meeting tho Second regiment, K. N. G., nnd Grahs Fair at Lexington In tho Inter- - become almost desperate over the t sale of the old executive mansion and of the board of directors Just held to induce the State Hoard of Capitol hero, lias decided to Increase its capiformer Mayor James II. Polsgrove, of tho local fair, which will beheld ' ration Commissioners to sell only tho lot tal stock from $30,000 to $60,000. both of Frankfort, have been men- hero next month. All were pleased tioned. with tho results of their trip and said YOUNG GIRL KILLED BY TRAIN. back of the hous. Gov. Letcher built Danville, Ky. II. C. Ilrlght, of Dantho foundation of the building and they received much encouragement later occupied tho mansion as gover- ville, has been appointed official stashow peoplo ut fiom horsemen and Beckham Has 4,000. daugh nor, and there arc other historic as- tistician In this tobacco district. His LoulFa.Ky. Tho OfSnlal returns from 100 counties tho fair In Lexington, who assured ter of Mrs. Lou McGulre wan struck sociations connected with It. duty will bo to gather tobacco statisc' & Q ,)Ug8enRor tral)li rccelv. and unolflcial returns from 115 coun - thorn thoy would bo in Frankfort this by tics of all kinds. Kentucky show that year. ties out of 120 In ing injuries ironi which iiu meu ttuun- ROBERTSON FAIR DISCONTINUED. former Gov. IJackham has a plurality y nfterwardB In Rlvervlew hospital Carlisle, Ky. A convention of Blblp t of 2,379 over A. O. Stanley for United Gov. MeCreary on Vacation. . Carlisle), Ky. It Is roportcd that schools of tho Chrlstlun churches was ' Gov. MeCrearv. left for Atlantic City. Stales senator, long term, for the Dem thero will be no fair held at Mt. Olivet held in the Stoncy Creek Christian Senator J N. accompanied by Col. J. Tandy Ellis.' PASTEUR TREATMENT GIVEN 38. this enr. This is tho first tlmo In church with a large attendance of delocratic nomination. Camden received a large majority for They will bo gono three weeks Lieut. yoars tbat the celebrated Robertson egates. tho short term, Fonm-- r Gov A. E. uov. Mcucrmoti aisuraeu mo oxecu- County Fair has not been held. NichThirty-eigh- t 1!lln 0rec ' decisively de live duties. Gov. McCreary announced Wilson seems to have ouy taking the olas county peoplo are preparing to Glasgow, Ky, A mysterious disease Republican v.r.r l..vW .tin. h wn.ihf nnntnono P0""n3 are in tne feated It. P. Ernst for the with tho Fleming county among horses in I aneur treatment county is causat tho state labra- prison commisnomination, long terra, and Marshall tho appointment of tho tory Those people are from all parts peoplo tn their fair, which will be held ing loss and uneasiness. Five valuaBullitt wins handily for the short sioner until his roturn. Tho term of tf Uic state. lit 'lining. ble nnlmuls aro reported dead. Henry Lawrence expired July 12. term. "" " ' enptiki Drmt tow DANVILLE FOLKS ENJOY MOVIES. Howling Green, Ky. Seven head of rvuinlT . Appointed Circuit Judge. 'Lease Convict Labor. rattle, Including six registered Jersey labor of C50 convicts in ..n:nt!!Laer'mi8!L0n"01f-!!:Mds for the Ky.-T- ho Danville, Ky. A big crowd tbrongod holfors and ono registered bull, were Kentucky ex- ? th Franklin reformatory will be ad MICHinuil Circuit uuutl, wao hjjjuiuiqu ; Ufniton. .. . i eury performance at the Danville op- - killed near Rlchpond by a north-bounby ertlsed afoncaby the state board of circuit Judge "of the First district euBl;"u0'ul Uliear".. ei a bouso when the moving pictures, Loulsvlllo & Nashville passenger train ,Wm commissioners. These convicts Gov McCreary. to fill tho vacancy J CU1CKIDS U taken of scenes In and from Nashville. Thoy wero owned by VariB- - recently .,. , nlr , A TInhorf InrllFn ..w.w. iu ,ug tuu ,loV, nt .....ok. 4t.t, w MIO uvn uumt 1.... I. Ih, iauicu ties of the same age are on display to around Dunvlllo wero presented. Pic J, II, McLellan, who has a farm near somory 1.0.. wnose contract witnoui; u. amun, aiso an appointee oi me boyshow the rate of growth of each type. tures were taken or ttio principal Rlchpond. tHe option of rec al will expire Jan ernor. Judge Flatt was the law part crate of fattening stxeets and stores; tho first capital! alio uary x, advertisement, ner of Judge. .SmlUi hfifcre the foinier There It and aadesirable type of poul- building of Kentucky, which is now a iae nowllng Groen, Ky Eight hogs be.ChalrmMj O'DU sajd, was so that wasse)evated to the bench. The term ehlckins, plot ol nrgro tenement; tbe home and office longing" to JameB itenlck, a farmer of -- JtKl Appointed try house has been built on a. other than Mm to Pttt"wa It some CMta s building. of Dr. Kpbralm McDowell, the Three Forks, went mad nnd wore be will be a ground adjoining the poultry D, Blade labor anuU,fl vvill extfe jwxi surgoon of a century ago, killed before auyoua was bitten. Mr, 1'ratctxor 'J, J. Hooper and D. Judge Flat; for;r-etlwould hve bw hdg-H Ut, thU exhibit, to which are also, bow occupied by Burg Renlclt be Xty-twI to ev HCrery in the seu ar .ia'.atte4n:e-'a- t MnitHwl u (MUM uey v,M MlC(M iuuiih, aa- auuiy etsers MhsmMm; i kvi EXHIBIT WORK- - RECOVERING FROM SOIL SORVEY IS mtSSFULiX IIS DESPONDENCY NECESSITY ORGED MlMnONAL SlliMSQlOOL' Lesson (By K. O. HELLERS. Director of Kveninjf Department, The Moody Blblo Instltuto, Chlcaeo.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 16 ' t -- record-breakin- THE WICKED HUSBANDMAN, TEXT "Tho stono which th builders rejected, tho mime was maclo th of the cornor." Matt. 21:42 n, V. head LESSON GOLDEN TBXT-M- ntt. nlEMl Kd , -- . .... '? Tuesday morning of this his last week (Mark 11:20) tho disciples saw tho fls trco withered away from Passing- - on they enter tho templo whero Chrl3t'a authority is challenged. Following bis disconcert Ing reply (21:23-27- ) Jesus tanght thrco parables of Warning' of which, ihls lesson is tho second. It Is a I. The parable; w. story of God's long Buffering goodness and Luko (20!9) tolls us that it was addressed to tho people Wo need to keep in mind tho previous parablo of In order to tho two eons (vv. understand perfectly tho method ho, employed in answering tho chief priests. In tbo first ho states a case and appeals to them for a verdict. Without hesitation thoy replied and by so doing condemned themselves. In this parablo ho states a caso and asks for a reply, v. 40. Thl3 thoy gave nnd in so do I n? dcclarod a righteous Judgment which must fall upon their mo- - , tlvcs. In both parables Jesus emIn ploys tho figure of a vineyard. tho Old Testament this stands for Isa. 5:1. Israel, l's. S0:S-11- , Klnrjdom Committed to Us. In this enso It Btands for tho Kingdom of God which la no lonrfer identified with Israel but taken away from It and given to tho Gentiles (v. 43). The Lord was dealing with tho responsible rulers of Israel thoso fathe-root33-328-3- 4. . rffl miliar vlth the prophetic writings. Ills reference, to tbo digging nnd care suggests that for his vineyard lie had dono all that could havo been done, c'onsll-tuttrn- b ; o TT,!Tl .,.. 'the? ... Isa. 6:4. Being fully equipped, ho places It first of nil in tho iaro of Israel, verso 43. Today It Is in cbargo of believers, I Peter 4:10. The husbandman did not own tho vineyard, It was only entrusted to his caro. So In a senso, God has committed tho kingdom to us, does ills work through us, and of a right expects an accounting by us, reo MatL 25:14, 15; Mark 13:34; Luko 10:12. In theso parables wo can traco tho wholo history of Israel nccording to Isaiah. Tho fruits ho looked for from the vineyard "let out to tho husbandman" wero thoso of Judgment and of -- 1 it, coun-ter-peti- e righteousness. Their response haJ ever been that of persecuting tho prophets, ill treatment of thoso that wero Eent, nnd a selfish appropriation of tho blessings ho bad given. Thcso servants sent to get an accounting wero God commissioned and God Inspired, hence It Is Bmall wonder that such peoplo would accord a like treat ment of the king when ho came. This is still tho way tho world uses godly men, II Tim. 3:12. It reveals tho world's natural hatred to God, John 15:18, 1?: Rom. 8:7. Appeal to Hearers. then appeals to his hearers as to what should bo dono to tho husbandman, v. 40. They doclnrod, "ho will miserably destroy those miserable men and will let out tho ylnoyard to other husbnndraen, which shall render hint the fruits in their seasons." At this Jesus reminds them of their Scriptures and wlutt thoy taught concerning tho fact cf tho stone rejected by tho builders becoming tho head ot tho corner. Tho master's question (v. 40) sug gests tho ono found In Hob. 10:28, 29. Historically, God did "miserably destroy thoso mlterablo men." That happened nt tho destruction of Jerusa lem, one ot tho most appalling slegos recorded in military history. It was then that tho dcora pronounced by Jesus was oxecuted when ho said, "Tho Kingdom of God shall bo taken away from you, and shall bo given to a nation bringing forth tho fruit thereof," see Acts 15:14; I Pet. 2:9; Rev. 5:9. In those words Jjisus formally and authoritatively passed sentence upon tho nation and rejected It from a place of service. It is significant to observo tho alternative of falling upon tho stono and being broken or of having tho stono fall upon and crushing all to dust. In the erection of the templo ono Is the keystone .of tbo whole. On that stono tho builders wero now "falling" nnd bolng Isa. 8:15. Soon In their corporate capacity, ns ones cntrusiea with n vlneynrd, the stone should "foil upon thorn" in the destruction of tho city, and Individually and personally as unbeliever, in rv more awful senso. Once again in this lesson wo tbo fact that tho chosen peoplo wensp rejected because of ielr unfrultfifiC ness. that is. they had failed to lulfiT. i tho purposo for which they wer created. The sin of these rulers. was )), nt Minlr failure to adBllnMl! tho affairs of tbe peoplo in the t of God's kJuKdoin. ine uro of tbe peopls wss that th mltted to such lawe nuers, preane value of this ! II. u"v , A- A The appllcntlon, vv. e Bos-wort- e 1 - I '4 Gro-sho- n fls-c- i gen-era- l. sit-es- I ?' ls . '. Br, fe w,,vr r,n,. fttC. i . ... ... j iro ,!.. ..i ;" II.AIn.l ...... Vf,U-,,U- ll M re J d ' miasm iPi-on- jmj revelation n wisdom uw mb&BJ9JS r sUUHtarwT'-- ltM MMJSMIV tHtiM yer.nd world-famou- et Oo4.) TW """ ! o s tWei. - a4 eotaeelUsc thtAfrwilM.,1 rVSPsBspMAI -- '- c "r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . r .. '- r X WILL BEJjARD TASK Democratic Spellbinders Musi Answer Many Questions. REVELATION WAS TOO Picture of MUCH "Hollering Jones" vorlte Diversion Caused Him to Reform. well-know- it WOMAN WEAK - F- AND NERVOUS Finds Health in Lydia E. Pinkhom's Vegetable Compound. Crcston, Iowa. "I suffered with female troubles from the time I come into a womanhood until I had token Lydia EL would havo pains lLKlM rZrjrJw.M A Illustrator, who makes Interesting western pictures, once mado tho acquaintance of a noisy but From Present Outlook, Much "Con. vlnclng" Will Have to Be Done If Party In Power Is to Retain IU Majority. Tho campaign for the election of members of cqngress Is beginning, and within u few days will bo In full swing. Attention Is to be paid at first to Maine, whero the election Is to be held in September. There Is one Democrat In congress from Maine It Is reported that tho Democratic congressional committee docs not hope to gain any additional districts, and that It will bo satisfied It it can hold Its -- JK Mm$T DcoiaM A fcfiolM by fail ukNkkuow c henvrt rabofeatfon. NATURAL ENEMIES OF CHICKS Depredations by Crows and Hawks May Be Prevented by Device Adopted by Maine Station. One of tho chief difficulties that tho poultryman has to contend with is tho continued loss of chicks, and somebirds,1 times even of nearly as n consequenco of the depredations of natural enemies. It Is safo to say that tho magnltudo pf tho loss from this source Is not anything llko fully realized by anyono who has not kept an accurato account of all his birds. In tho experimental work with poultry at tho Maine station, a record of every bird Is kept. In this way It has been possible to check up and form arr adequate estimate of the losses duo to tho creatures that prey upon poultry, and, of necessity, a good deal of attention has been devoted to the problem of how these losses may bo cut down. In tho experience of the above station tho most destructive natural enemy of poultry has been found to bo tho crow. The depredations of tho hawks nro more spectacular, perhap3, but In the long run far less destructive. A hawk will only visit a poultry yard occasionally, and especially it he Is shot at once or twice will bo wary about approaching it again. On the contrary tho crow is n steady and persistent robber. He will continue his depredations just as long as it Is physically possible for him to do so. For n number of years crows killed and either carried away, or left behind partly eaten, a large number of chicks on tho Maine station plant. These losses were not by any means confined to the small chlpks, but birds, each nearly equal In weight to tho crow its"lf, were killed, partly half-grow- -t Co., atlahta. Tub Coca-Co- la o. a Hon- - solitary district. Tho Republican campaign commit- l&ti Woman Deterved Sharp Retort. X whlto Pomeranian escaped from tho arms of Its mistress In Surf avenue, Coney Island, tho other night and 3t ran In front of an automobile. newsboy darted after tho dog, caught It, and then fell In a mud puddle. He toat a dozen or so of papers but held on to tho .dog, which he returned to Its owner slightly soiled. "You Impudent little ecampl" said tho woman. "What made you get the dear little dog so dirty. You ought to bo whipped." "I am mighty glad I didn't save your life," replied the boy, and a score of onlookers applauded him. HUBBY GOT THE GOODS, BUT It Wat the First Flush of the eymoon, and He 8ayt "Never Agalnl" " "Never again," was tho conclusion of a story told by a young bridegroom of tho month, after ho related his efforts to pleaso his bride by fulfilling , her overy wish. Sitting In his office, a few days after tho wedding ho received a telephone call which was something llko this: "Dearie, I do so hato to troublo you, but I hnvo run out of laco for that dress I was making, and I can't finish It until' I have another yard. Can't Halce the laundrt happy that's Red you stop at tho storo and get Eorao as Cross Ball Blue. Makes beautiful, clear you como home Oh, I can tell you white clothes. All good grocers. Adv. what It Is like Just four leaves, then a sprig, then four leaves, then a sprig, Depends. "Is a ton of coal very much, pa?" and so on It's Just two threads over "It depends on whether you are an Inch wide." Ho hung up tho receiver and mopped hoveling It or burning It." his brow. He walked by the store twice, finally entered and approached tho laco counter. She was pretty, but ho had been married only a week and was busy repeating in his mind. "Four leaves, then a sprig." "Well, after looking at 500 samples of laco, I got it, but " Indianapolli News. PROMOTE A CLEAR SKIN No Airs About Her. "fiSh mBMrKia. mm? 11 still rules the meat market. Statistics show that the number of cattle grown In tho United States does not Increase so rapidly as the number of people to eat beef. Taking all the duty off of dressed beef was hailed at Washington as a sura method of Increasing our supply Anand reducing the price thereof. nouncement that tho prlco Is to ad- Poultry Range Covered With Strings Two Feet Apart, ss a Protection vance 15 per cent comes as a dismal Against Crows and Hawks. answer to that promise und a challenge to tho economic theories em- eaten, left behind on the range. In n bodied In the Underwood law. single j ear tho crows destroyed someIt Is true that taking tho tariff fl thing over live hundred chicks. beef Is not responsiblo for raising the Some Weather. Devices of all sorts were tried In Collego boys who put money in thelt prlco at this time, but neither has it order to Btop these ravages. Variouc been able to prevent the Increase kinds of "scare-crows- " fleldi were tried but And Cuticura Ointment. purses by toll In Kansasbywheat story: However, a real tragedy Is being en- v.lth no effect will not be discouraged this whatever. Dead crows They afford complete satis- "I think I smell burning meat," salt acted In another direction. were hung up on stakes as a warning Under free wool American sheep nre to their fellows, but Instead of operatfaction to all who rely upon tho farm or, as he paused for a moment rapidly disappearing. th'cm for a clear skin, clean In the harvest Held to mop his brow hard enough battle for They had a ing as warnings, they uppeared to existence when "You do," said the raw harvest hand ecalp, good hair, and soft, wearily, as he stooped to get a couplt their fleece, enhanced In value by a eervo as "Invitations to the dance." Decoying tho birds was tried, but with white hands. moro sheaves of golden grain. "Tin high tariff, made a larger profit for no substantial effect on the steady tho farmer and tho ranchman. Hut losses. Poisoning even wus resorted burning meat you smell is my llvci Samples Free by Mall' frying. It is overdone" And witl free wool Is resulting In a widespread to, but "all to no avail The losses conCutlaira Soap and Ointment cold throuxbout tba that the young fellow spat on a grass slaughter of American sheep. The ef- tinued almost constantly. world. Liberal tampla of each maitM free, wlth32-p- . hopper and scalded it to death. At fect of this Is sure to bo dearer muthook. Addraa "Cuticura." Dot. Jin. IKwton. Finally u plan was adopted which ton In tho future, while the direct la perfectly safe and suro In Its operalanta Constitution. benefits from free wool nro still to tion. It consists simply In running DAISY FLY KILLER ffi SJ-Jf- fi. ft A good dressmaker can glvo a wo be learned. filti. Meat, data, or. strands of binder twlnu about two feet na mental, eonvanlant. apart over tho wholo of tho poultry ebaao. taiti all man almost as much pleasure as I Country Must Be Patient. tason. Mada ol good bartender can give a man. range occupied by tho young birds, mttal, can't f pill or tip The ono bright feature of the busi- until they reach such size that they overt win not aou or ness situation Is the big crops. Na- nro able to Injur anything. take caro of themselves. Ooaraatatd affaettve. ture Is on the Bide of American pros- Thcso strings aro run over tho tops ol AltdaalarsoriMnt aipnaa paid for ILM. perity, even If tho nutlonal administhe brooder houses, and on supports taXOU) OUUS. It DaXalk An., Imala. H. T. tration Is against it. With a helpful mado by cross strands of either wire governmental policy the United States or two or three strings of binder twine PARKER'S would now be entering upon a period twisted together. Theso cross HAIR BALSAM strands A toilet preparation of xnr.&, of dovolopmont and prosperity never are held up where necessary by posts. to rdlcu dftodxaiZ. litll RoatArtna before paralleled in its palmiest days. Fai fnlnr nJ The whole network of strings thus BMutytoCrrorFddlUlr. You avoid fussing over a The people must get along as best formed is put oq mq nw i imirrnw. at such height that the thoy can until such time as they can hot stove . In working about tho )ard sweep aside, bag and baggage, tho attendants will not hit tho strings when standing Save time and energy-H- ave men and the party that obstruct tho IN TUB "LAND OF Ol'rOHTUNlTIES," hraltbtoat upright. Tho area covered In with action of v. 8 flncat dlmata. nora water, rich path of prosperity. aott Frnlt grower, fanners, trueier aqd Block strings In this way at tho Maine staa dish that will please rauan ilea, lllauratea tlooklrt tree. AO'lrea tion poultry plant Is usually about UV TUAUK. TOCCOA, UKOUUIJL. WOAJ the home folks! IU Worth Yet to Be Proved. three acres per year. Tho expense of Though all Americans would rejoice covering this area Is from $15 to $20 A package of Rather Effeminate. to see peace In Mexico, it looks as It for twine. Tbo labor of putting It up Congressman Peter J. Doollng of thoy would have to wait many a day Is comparatively small It forms a per New York smiled the other evontng for It. The watching and waiting polcomplete protection against when referenco at a dinner was mada icy of tho president only helpod to fect and both crows and hawks. to effeminate ways'. He said he was produco and continue the turbulent emlnded of the explanation of Smith. scenes through which Mexico has Keeping Frozen Eggs. Soma .time ago the SmlthB attended pas sod. and It will provo no moro effHecent experiments Indicate that If reception where they met a man In the present and future than icacious eggs aro canned In a strictly sanitary amed Drown. On thovway home. It has proved slnoo Huerta grabbed manner whllo fresh, and kept frozen, opinions of the bile exchanging tho presidency. they will remain in good condition for its. Drown was mentioned. years. Tho government has been y and some cream or good milk Speaking, of that man Brown," Country Wants to Be Shown. tests along this line. Tho remarked Smith, "ho certainly sometimes with berries or President Wilson should manifest eggs aro kept lu cans instead of their an effeminate way of talking," hU friendship for business by open- original- - shells, and aro completely fruit , John," was tho wondering re- ing up both hands. frozen luwtead of btlug kept at a tern' r of Mrs. Smith, "how can you A breakfast, lunch or perature near tho freezing point, at? He certainly bns a very loud "Psychology" Again. OTK CUTICURA SOAP "Airs!" exclaimed tho proud mother, and shook her head vigorously. "My Elsie, for all her learning, hasn't any more airs, so to speak, than her poor ojd dad." "Then bIio won't turn up her nose at her old friends?'' queried the visitor. "La, no!" "How refreshing! Most girls who go through" college nowadays will hardly look at you after they're graduated." "Well, they ain't llko my Elsio, that's all I can say," retorted Elsie's ma "She's become a carnivorous reader, ol course, and she frequently Importune music. llut stuck up my Elslo? Not a bit. She's unanimous to everybody has a 'most infantllo vocabulary, and what's moro, never keeps a caller waiting whllo she dresses up. No, she just runs down, uom do plume, as Is." tee Is enthusiastic and aggressive, whllo the Democratic commlttco Is on tho dofcnslvc. The record of the party sluco March 4, 1913, forms the objective of attack and defense. When voters ask Democratic speakers whether a platform plank Is an honest promise or "molasses to catch files," what will tho answer be? When farmers ask Democratic speakers about the rapidly increasing Imports of foodstuffs, amounting at presont to $1,000,000 a month moro than under a Republican tariff, what will tho Democratic explanation be? When merchants ask Democratic speaker why the Democratic party enacts a law creating a commission to spy out tho private business of every firm In the country, pn the presumption that they are lawbreaker, what will tho spellbinders say? When Idle laborers ask Democratic speakers to furnish thorn work, will It bo furnished, or will the laborers get an explanation of the reason why factories have shut down? If the Democratic spellbinders can convince the farmers that free farm stuff from abroad Is a fine thing for the homo producer; If they can convince the sailor and (.hipping man that tho taxing of American shipping at Panama Is n holp to them; If they can convince the laborer that Idleness Is better than work; If they can convince tho merchant that ho must have harsh and Inquisitorial 'ms In order to keep him honest then there will bo a chnuco to elect a Democratic house of representatives. Lower Tariff, Dearer Beef. The great law of supply and demand cowboy who rejoiced In the appellation of "Hollering Jones." In physical appearanco this man was typical of tils kind, and the artist mado several studios of him, both In and In his favorite diversion of "hollering.' Eomo of the studies were sold by the artist to an eastern magazine. They showed Jones In his most violent state. A year later the artist again visited the region. He was soon approached by Mr. Jones himself, bearing ono of tho pictures, which he had torn from tho magazlno in which Its was printed. Pointing to It, he aaked: "Is that mo?" "Well," replied the artist, eraslvoly, "I got the general Idea from you, of course, "Oh, I ain't takln' no offense," Jones mado haste to say. "It's all right; only If It s me. Bay so." "If you put It to me that way," said the artist, "I can. only reply that It Is n fairly good portrait of you." "The men here on the ranch agree with you. So I look like that when holler, do I?" "I think you do." "In that case," said Hollering Jones, "all I'vo got to say Is that Hollering Jones has hollered his last holler Hereafter, when I celebrates, 1 does so with a tin horn. In my own opinion, no man has a right to look llko that not round white folks, anyhow " Youth's Companion. good-naturere-po- Pinkham's Vegeta ble Uom pound. I but" henvy, and would be so weak and ncr vous and in so much misery that I would be prostrated. A friend told me what your medicine had done for her and I tried it. It made me strong and healthy and our home is now happy with a baby boy. I am very glad that I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and do all I can to recommend Mrs. A. D. Doscamp, 604 E. Howard Street. Creston, Iowa. I overworked or lifted anything if I i it" Tons of Boots and Herbs are used annually In tho manufacture of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which ia known from ocean to ocean as the standard remedy for female ills. For forty years this famous root and herb medicino has been successful in controlling the diseases of women. Merit alone could have stood this test of time. 1 ROCK t I it?" tho other" laborer. "Hut what's happened?" ' Xothlu's happened. A man's got to bhow some respect for tho dead." What dead?" Oh, that Polander I worked with died jesterday." What did ho dlo of?" "A rock fell and hit him." Von don't say! How big a rock was Keprcsentattvo Michael E. Conry of the Worse. coal mines of Pennsylvania. One liv"There's one good inorninz as ho was colne to work hn ing In these times thing about li;n We don't met another Irishman all fixed up In any highwaymen " his Sunday clothes. "That's true Hut my Iceman Is juft 'Yvnats wrong?" asked Conry. as bail or worse lie's a "Nothln" wrong," answered New York used to bo employed In will help yoti.writo to Lydia K.l'inlUiaiiiMcdlcineCo. Big Stone Bounded Off Irishman, but (confidential) Lynn, 3Iuss.,f or adKilled Polander, Who "Couldn't vice. Your lettor will be opened, rend and answered by a vtormui, Stand Much." and held in strict confidence. FEAZE HIM COULDN'T thnt Lydia If yon Iiavc K. IMtilclinm's the slightest doubt Vctfetii-blcCoinpouiHl man." vincing win. netting Is an nrgument that Is cononly when one hapuenr to If th play Is a frost tbe uudtprne soon melts awnv Granulated Eyelids, "Oh, threo or four tons, maybe quicklrrelietedbyMurioo Them Polanders can't stand much. I P . tyeRertedy.NoSmarthv. tJJSJ just purty near got hurt myself yesterComfort At Your Druggist's 50c per Hottle Murine E)0 day." SalvelaTubes2'c ForDookoltbcE)efrccask "How was that?" "The rock that killed the Polander Druggists or Murine EjeBemeily Co., Cb.caja hit me first, but luckily It bounced off." St. Joseph News-Pres- BH'AC y Eyes inflam-- d by expo- sure to sun, uusi and Bind he 1 Nine times in ten when the liver i9 right the stomach and bowels are right. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently but firmly com' JsCH--- X, pel a lary liver "MttCPZi ADTFRt: Right Name for Them. do its duty. B5piWITTLE Cures Con- "How much did your motor car sUpation, I cost?" PILLS. "Fifteen hundred dollars, exclusive digestion. Sick of the exccsEories." Headache, &p and Diitresa After Eating. ! misled. Aak for Tt.l Cm.. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Don't Unit lllue. MnUa beautiful white clothe. Genuine must bear Signature ai an kwu grocers, auv. Where It Counts. "Aunt Dinah, nre you going to have 'obey' eliminated from tho ceremony?" "No, chile; but I sho la gwlnter hab It 'llmlnated from de matrimony." Puck. Make the Liver Do its Duty Kmi, JMSf ?- i Not Large. Maude Fred seems to be wandering In his mind. Hetty Then he can't stray far W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. ijrriin i ii li l ,We Do the Cooking For Infants and Children. SECURE A HOME ALCOHOL-- .J Kr-- vANeCelablc Preparation Tor iheFoodandRegula-tin- g rhe Stomachs and Bowels of PER CENT The Kind You Have Always Sought Bears the Signature of 'i rv Tl,p ift Post Toasties upper h Promotes Digeitiort,Cfirful-nes- s and fast .Contains ncithtr Opium. Morphine nor Mineral x x.r f R! . Not Narc otic. Wjw tfOUBrSAMUCUmBt aiX fV f4M fewrWaf JfJ m vlg-usl- con-ductl- B i C Mf Aperfecl Remedy , forConstlpa-lio- n ascullne volcoP I know ho has," explained but what I mean Is that he time." Philadelphia Tele- Missed It U engaged, U be? And It " Fit for a King I Toasties are sweet, crisp bit of Indian corn perfectly cooked and toasted Ready to eat rem the package ' Speaking of psychology, there's a strango emanation radiating from Washington that Is germinating in the minds of many a resolution to rote for anybody but a Democrat at tho next presidential election. The River of Doubt Si .. V, Sour StoHucii,Dirrhoc, tried! W cam kfid aWtai jrttli SeM ly GxMefW I . fl Oocriblng the Rlvsr. rises In tho Remove the RoetUrt, Lake of Possible Support and flows Remove male bird from tho Hock lata the dutf of Usreslsted Tewpt-a- ( over. ties, beyettf which lie tU Mountains at soea aa the raa sUad mere tot - iXHUtYIMf Infertile i vmrutHt WMtfcer. AjUsJak T..m-naiw-jnwil Roost for the Poults. As soon as tho early hatched poults (little turkeys) get large enough to roost, let them roost In the trees or on tbo tops of sheds. Don't put them In buildings where they will not get as good air to breathe. w tj Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP FacSimilt rv V Use For Over 3 , r-- SiJnUrof & The Centaur, Cetmorv, NEW VQHK. Thirty Years ft ya, usTssn Ceay ef Wwfy, GASTORIA ,V-T- immez IrAS!.', 1 4 " .JMLIJ Wt f - ., JHHLfc. ' 'tHBBI rB HH H ' H" H H H LsH VB.H H HHH H J JHA . LLLLl.1 Wtt MOUKfAlK . U-Li " ,. Afit&cATl - . J- - i.J.M.-.I" W mwj ..in; " w ,.,,, .... - v milst- -l. . ! ' .. . f lj. .jfl...yi . jwga. H H H Vh H HH B H H H H H H tiH H B B" iH H H BBH A t&ZI H H . " imm an J WLwSl I' be H H B B HB .1 'B H B B BB mA m k. V B H H VB HH 1 B k. B v A AB r B B B B H B flB flHB wBBr B AW BBB1 B BbbV H H BHB Mbbb HbB HMBJ BB H H BK H H HiB BBBH B BBB1 Bi H B B. a H ' ijii Bl -- -' -- 3K H FOR SEVERAL YEARS ;We have been trying to get our business on a CASH BASIS, and have reached that point. No customer will be allowed to take any article from our store without leaving the money, or it's equivalent, which means that you may trade us produce, you may give us your check,-oWe publish these facts so we will take your note with surety. that you may not be disappointed and that you may know what will oe required. We propose to sell you goods for less money than any credit store can afford to sell you and when you pay for the goods you get of us, you.will know that you are not paying some other fellow's account, the credit store must make up for bad accounts and the man that pays his bills pays the bad ones also. r QUICK SALES AND SMALL CASH PROFITS "ON EVERYTHING. r&sgy?:'?vvvvvyxv Staple and Fancy Groceries. We have recently added a fresh line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES and will be able to deliver your goods right at your door, in a short time you will see our wagon on. " Parker Mercantile Co's'. Building, PRODUCE WANTED This means varieties, and might mean good We will handle all kinds of PRODUCE. and bad, hut as we mean to pay the highest market price for the good, you are supposed to get the best. Get our prices on anything in the Grocery line before making purchases. Come in any way "and let us!introduccyou to our "VERY REASONABLE PRICES. Customers. See Parker and he will show you" the ' way , ohmhhbhhhb, Silverware NOTICE The ROGERSbeBROS 1847among Premiums to distributed their m ' H-5- L "OWENSBORO'WAGOMS Best On The Road We have on the road a Car Load of the celebrated "OWENSBORO" WAGONS, the ligniesi running, trie stoutest ana best wagons inane, an wood work made of bone- dry hickory and oak, every one warranted for one year, written guarantee goes with every wagon. If you do light or heavy hauling we' can suit you, if you want a wagon for the farm we can suit you, the prices and terms easy. We are open sixteen hours six days in the week, and invite you to give us a call. t UMMHHBiBfliH .f T'-, m ,. ." ' VAk Vsi j&. ? t it, S V . -- P Produce As Good As Cash SBrlng US YOUR Bacon, Corn, Chickens and Vegetablesj any of the fruits of the farm is legal tender with US. nTfi-" Gifts of Silverware Notlung mote acceptable can be offered than Ia.i .n'ik Mau. tnuuiantc which mclong service. Such characteristics make Attractive silverware, cnmhinmo onm ...l.f-- l . Ja. mmlitii nl, assures iM'"- - .t A. Iff 1847 ROGERS BROS. vSN JW1 n n I fc 0 m & rsanar -- W. KUUCI O - Silver Ware Given as Premiums. Cash receipts given with each'sale, Equal to 10 discount. ware most desirable for gifts. Tc-d- ay this renowned' trade mark assures the purchaser not only .of securing-ih- c onginal brand of Rogers, but the heaviest grade-- ' piaie guaranteed by the makers to give absolute satiaiaction. i ne remaiKame durability ol HO0tRS BROj Silver has won it the popular title tt m m PARKER MERCANTILE COMPANY .(INCORPORATED) BARBOURVILLE, ; AND GET THE BEST PRICES. We are at the old place, but doing business in the New we are expecting you in right at once, and with the hope that you are going Cash way. We are yours truly, e let us serve you, Knivei, (oiki, ipooas taJ (ncy mviag pecet mty- jiim.iucu in Muiocrout ouiov some Isncy. som ioi4f add chsitc. Sold by Utdinz dului eoy wheic. Seal "Silver TJate that Wears" &l 1 ' ... wwaw pMw.uji i pouCIIU. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO. tlucc.Hor la lltnJoa VntuuJi Co, MEHIDEN, OONN. ' ,. K1NNTUCKY "Tifcl k-- :Ari"rteJsiiLdk SSi