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Mountain advocate (Barbourville, Ky. : 1904 : Weekly): February 26, 1915 Mountain advocate (Barbourville, Ky. : 1904 : Weekly) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images D. Will Clark Barbourville, KY 1915 mon1915022601_sn87060032 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mountain advocate (Barbourville, Ky. : 1904 : Weekly): February 26, 1915 Mountain advocate (Barbourville, Ky. : 1904 : Weekly) D. Will Clark Barbourville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,tf i , '1 I r' sir ML' fill; llfe11tfoitt JUtMtfife. 1 1, i ' " i.Afl OF IfiU RWUl.i ! i . I V I KNOX COUNTY &' tvj ' M New Series: - Vol. IV, No. 20 .:Vlf.Ll5, KY.. A KiAV, ri5KUARY 26, 1S15, ? Old Senes: Vof ; te. fc VTFJ, No. 34 ". ' F '1C 4. THE LAW UPHELD. v The United Satoi Court Inn held th:u .. ftn tt fO '' check by d Bank when there are not sufficient t ' the credit of ilie person to pay it, m a tnuappiic u,..n of m. the bank, and i3n violation of law. The rte;iwydp:! r. of - e. which all National Bnnl.s opernt at Washington-injd- er ly made a rule, forbidding any Bank to pa the chock of .e i"i son, unle.33 such person had sufficient funds to his credit t p the check, and ordered the Directors of each National Ban'. i. United State3 to pass a resolution forbidding any other lueh peri ijte in charge of the Bank to pay any check, unle-iThe direcU j money on deposit in the Bank to pay the check. the Fii-s- t National Bank in compliance with this rale ct t N. tional Banking, department, made such an older, and o tifi o customers. The officers of the Bank desire to thank their friend. i.nd ci ( tomera for the splendid manner in which they have come litrvts. to assist the Bunk in carrying out the law. We feel that we have the best set of depositors and of any Bank in the Country. This Bank is the only "Hov. jr .;!' National Bank in albSoutheastem Kentucky. It has been ma "Honor Roll" bank because of it's careful and jjrup'enw- of doing business, and because we have run the bank aciouli, r law. The failure of every bank is directly traceable to tli.' ' . and persons in charge of the Bank, disregarding the law3 laid down by tfie Government for the control and opei,,.. banks. These laws and regulations promulgated by the h Department of the United States are based uponye:w- ence and practical observation, and are made primarily u the depositors and every Bank should live up to them, and n. insure the deposits in the 3aid Bank. It 13 wrong to pay on check out of another man's deposits. That .is the effect of paying overdrafts. Manv of the large National Banks of the Country wul ,r), lions of deposits have cut out the overdrafts yearr. ago. ni. now generally regarded by experienced Bankets that the of overdrafts is an evidence of loose banking methods ami 'i . violation of the Banking Laws. We might say here that nu- ... adopted this rule, scarcely a person has attempted to oveuhv. iu account, and our customers r.ro standing by us noblj . v, . desire to express to them our appreciation and thanks. We grown to be the largest Bank in Knox county. We wpi.i mv i helpful assistance to our customers whenever we can do :' the time we want our friend, to help us to comply witn iiu that we may continue to be a "Roll of Honor Bank" am. i "ik at all times feel that your money is absolutely wife in t. j. i A bank is in a sense a public institution and should be . That every person could feel and know that his money . . ly safe. We desire again to thank our friends tor tin :, and trust that you will continue to help us to maintain tia t National. Safety first, last and i tin. standard of with helpful assistance to our customers, is our motto. ... i We invite you to open an account with the K..,ilo Bank. ROBERT W. COl.i: i J. M. ROBSION, Pres. i - a? x ...... ni. corny vrfERF RAl i .nates '.LLBf BUill tiiKW t;, 9 ii cs5;,-s?,co- v I.!! MdLr it 90 'X"' I can IrSis- - i- under )ON"f FAII .. m lu ! THE NATIONAL BANK ur JOHN a. &LAa s s With a tiijjiitil and nurfjSus of X . n f? . av . . -.- m 6 '. ?i;ad i o1- - a B. .I i LtetlK-njp- , i.i" ..I Fl Li , :.! I. I' Iv . n. ; p'.'bli'' ! ' i . . V. i ' nie i. Woodbine lltnn. ii. ' . k ni cue I I in I $54,000.00 Ask Yoy fo Consider Their I I fh I . ll t(',' "l .! I i .). tl i 1' . fl . .'ih'ui'I i. ilut th tinii ft im :md bi - ui. 1. i " tl o public coui.'v to.id r.i.i HnilKnirvillo umvii nk- jI ii umiifrkmd .inmonth ot fnuian - ti'ictandimprn'.tlmt GROW Ii i $185 228.57 $212,268.fi4 Oct. 26, 1915, Deposits ii Oct. 10, 1914 Deposits 1 i'-- tu'l,. 111" i -- u' I C . l'k. ;!! ' t it ; '. Ox t'K'ijuIiuc road leading I.. '1 rhmpbell placn to Mi' (. 'construct and improve that '' i.i mi :in creek. i uct .nut imptove that i 1' fh.y publi. roud from : .:ikto lndiam Gap near I: iavi.. place. i . I til B ' ,11' i .ClJ . ii I . . ;nii' lo .e I. "lit i . ,uii rot tr In t .im .1 in t I.I roi'l VuM pi i . lictei' ,i. t .ii i'i n i i ) '!llt I, i I .i. i f . ni i i.i 1.. i rr - n and akinr tin raute to L'liiK-- l ii. iu coniu'fl at tlti in Ijuurol and Ivno.v IkmukI h nil London, ilii.-iimi of Barb mr-...i i mad from fa. . id improve that 'Hir ii''. ;oad i;ding ii plaoe tliroupi to the ' mtv hue nea ll B. i ( ' j 1 Ul i 111- - 1 ! . la. .utiuble (liiiriion ' I iiii'.tlle. i l Mllt 'im.' t' ' . fntu-l- , . l in B .1 i I, ii , ! i - i .i , n- - i i i , the-Firs- i i.nvnsbrrg, K., J a' 'in. hue U:V.'i,i .uui iit k oi ' : .1 , the toad .' iI'l in tho ili- ..i' 1 Uii in. i ilk. i'liblu i"i.nl toad along1 cnictK-iblrout in the f ;.-- 'i rei lucunmei ui iiu ruint.e nf . ,ith n?truct and improve that .linn "i ih' ,.iiiiiic county road Jin tiom .li i atini'di piace inilto. .1 i Artemu thru ukmmvi Hond 'turf i struct antl impro e that r !( '. . the public coutitv road al the folks ul the Cilil'ii' he mouth of Swann ii. v .tending two miles up 1' cmek. i.,i i.i.n tract and impro1 e that I... il the public count) road at ur near the folks of i iwir the James Logan Ml i extend through the ijotvt to the McNeil Mill hi ' ri . I. Q1 i I I Their STRENG HI:- Reserve Fund $87,865.28 Total RESOURCES $280,750.76 LOANS and DISCOUNTS constitute les than 5 6 St of Their Rcsuurccs. Their aim has ahvay-- boei "ABbULUTE SAlErV TO ALL DEPOSITORS rathci than LARGE DIVI DENDS to then stockholder:: ' - $ V CI i . C 1 'M1 per cent Interest Paid on Time Certificate Qlnnv J- - i jijiiii h. uiuliv, -- Inlin A i nciiupiit H. Ill UCURBI, IflUg A. McDERMOTT, Cashier. - UrnniHrin A ?L1 FlAnLi, I!-- n !J rifcSIDL'ni f, - - fh i , " '. i j I cy isti act tv. o bridges across u.i-i'l .i .in i .i.inisbil'-- 1 III ill.Ct l I'l'lM U'.ullll i'-ti I', ill" villi ill"'. Ul.'L "lit ( f ll iiii 1. im Km .i . . ml e at Batbourville .". mi lev countv I.i.e at i i . Hi'i'f between the . 1. ELL COIN i Carried Bond Issue IO-to- L ""Si" ' o'i . i 'U-i i a oi'ii . 'J ..Lu-e1. piiolir nun r.n w orl. il li.l land nc of f i.' load at tl .'! t.i 1 tr 'n mi in Ku hi. "i ' place. i and in j'. ' 1 j ' 1 IH . i i i k ,.. eh. . Neitlu-- r of eil. ..lu!. or boctiont luclude-o'i wu of thu publi'- toad iucorpoited .n i oi - demands the i eeon- ii.p improvement of the a r.iad and section thete- m ie,t, that they Le te- ' - .. n i jbttes that the pub- - iii-- l I i t inM'1'u J - i i' " O' I a'i'i reran lie 'll ll. i ri I "lilt ' or uilni'i'. Ii ipjearinv that the Tisoal vii . ! . itt, im nil-- What Will Knox Do? Read Every Line of This Issur. J. M. To CARNES WILL NOT RUN and to my many friends who expected me to be a candidate for Clerk of the Knox Circuit Court primary August 7th this-comin- the voters of Knox County, wish to say I will not 1915: enter this race 83 a number of my good friends think I ought to wait and run for Sheriff at the next regular Primary. By request of my many friends of this county I will bell candidate for the Republican nomination for Sheriff at the next regular Primary election held for county officers. Trusting you remember me and ask your neighbor to do I I w Mm' I have faith to believe that the ,this county will give 'tlie nomination by a larger jne majority thah any man has ever before received for a nomination to any office in this county. Thanking you for your support and influence in the past, I will appreciate and thank you in advance for any assistance you may give me in the future. You will find the boy the same ' today, tomorrow and forever, voters, o.f the sa'rrie. " J, v- M, CUfflMi the ,a ''in, tot the nuti.ov ot itinui.'i i the .h u P.EAl) P bi CK, l. , reconstructing and iin,...-Cleil Kim:. t,ouut C'int vinunning and lepaii- .iitu.t :.ul impie h ' ... nxul'i and bridge ' 'ii ..i! v.. )!i'" 'l tenui-- iii u.. uforesaid, and ' Ai i in ' i niait . i i.UUU, or o much KNOX I ISCAL u:.ti-'i- ' t ind iii " fund a.1, v '11 amount tu the hit nor of Hie hiiIjI' fV. t -- nid county mav re- v i nk up COURT MEETS. fn n iiu; State of Kentucky ' Hi''., 'I till' I. l i .. ;i..r visesuf building, re- m. .!'' Oil i. The Knox Fisca Court met niciiiH1- and repairing roads I reel February 23 and IM and pa..?ed a ...1 in vr l!15. i askinjr for Stnte aid in uw ii" tiri'iiKF. upon million lesolution ' ul it. lie touat , the sum oi Uutl.OuUOO, a full de"The Stratfords" iohdvw: ji '' iMhenip-e- who is a tail of same 'm;- - i. lut Li k t appeals in the lull Fiscal court, it is uintf F 'v i excellent program ml u" i1 copied elsewhere. Fiscal court of report which is 'he i re r. small turn out Tueida- -t o -When the iiuestion was called .mtp. tnat it does petition for G. B. Detheiaue roproeminn a id in,iro i'i ii s! The promoters of LytCiiii. . t and the t'lC C ill1 . t j. No U made the m men .. certainly deserve ei cdu i.. in. miner of public District full sum ol $:'0l.Oiu0O ii. lined ii i.i" la,. no for the ing our peojile the cry Imm ,r piuth .' ilmwle Bruiiiu, tuteof Kontuck.N. which was second bv V D. it '.lie ' Mi. tI iie niMportiHiiate amount ot tractions to be secured fur u ui Distuct No. J the vote - M.it.' Uoa't f'tmlthat may be . and ..n. t of our clas3, and the p.icrji..v was taken and earned ununrmis. .,.rll A .' lk u.' ii. ni Knox i'iunt .ii. tin i. p ,l ' should be about U). io. ..1 iU.m. the coiltt Ul III ?""T l uu' moiat!, ' vl that is if we dont want t. ,& 0, m..,,h l ... - ... ...! nm ii i..e :.inount to be ll.'ll. - -; ... i oik u i n ......v.. v i . '.i,o i .msiruction oi saw When the Distribution tor the said promoters "Tuthey". ai.ch on Middle Fnk Ki. ti i" ciek d ol loadc was has T r.vin.tni' i and impv ' vw .WMLKtAS, an electionKnox construction .lackson oi District V. D. A card from J. Ale. l.iskyj,., held in 1'ti'iii ol tin' county r. aiu.j"n ailed to be 1, sprang to hi feet in a .utfy and Jas. Golden, who K ntuck. on Match fi No. nr ,., ir a. moutn of Mnr.m and asked that a road be con- tn- - purpose of taking , idBianchtothc.i school in Ann Arbor Mien 'atei .' ".ni i.i Bailey's Switch up l.trrnl ... I., ot tn v .v&. if.11.3 it sti uctedi. i'rom Piaiu-h- ..-- iie.ii the II m that tney wian they in....i. ... A r.ni.i.. deupotmenwho ,i.,,rff,i.fii,..,.iv.iiii,.'ii,i....iiiTi " iMiiithplaie. ,,n? fl"1 KV ,? - art rVom Barroiirville . V home to liear the candidate i . hj couiu oy r .triv. i'iiv ttnu mri. t"Uo their whole duty, aihancm '7 ' ' up their game of tall, aii.l 'K ,,.Q1U, ,.',;, with lapidity that hmii mark c an indebt- - "P i. nii lion of tho miUlio ilriaiUuuii. tv ereate " J,"M..i.n.p..i-p;'i,inn.- i a hand in the futtheninc) Vt'iMuJ '.uuhiirfUD Uulf crack Vj in i i'i.U'i . i "K ono . tor imildinB R.H'il ulizenshiu. We are " - i to tn? ni ...j ..,, ., , , v o.uu juiuj. r.iii.iuuL'iiii) AfLi,iiiv win ibivutuuM tr.ey have tat:en this stand and n ft v good roads, they also ivqu oi aki creoK Tl,... f.,,m v G..i) Brunch iiii?iaio am. anu No, to vote them good and loud, in represented by 0. B. mane plain to the voteis and .' icvoi.-rin- 't anJ impre t" V J'' mej Lv till. OUlt Detherage, and he came forward t.r nf.yei'3 ol Knox Couny what the bond issue. mMul I.I jUIU i. ...t IHu inKli thefoi-kso-UkOiini t 'iaV nailll' be authorizedUl.lCUUM asking tor a road fiom Artetnus ihe.l n.a expect, and will get in i by said :.aofork Jrom 10 miles, from Lay 3 the i.int that the bond issue is n.uMn th nthnr atnaki t1vt luit. tlut saut Court Will lin- - to Wau en Hsy'9 Gap up Little ui ned Whoop her up boys, let thai Lroiul miles to A lieuvy colu in nil- in 'i ! to the end aouth of Cooley'a Gap. c.vij body pet busy. We may wns axpectcd to cure nw II ' "'on providing for the lfsual of Brush. To ivcunjiruet and improve that B. not have Millennium net year, No, 3. represented by tlif stnrting jioint m " .en i p..rt im ot the public ClURl um iao m i sum uiuusum, kuiu Fonnoy , whoaaked .i ,."Qnstim. bat we will have in a short time ' tr6oid Dennis Griffith lu u .jipiMpnation of the money1 ended ti'.ili ditca$c tlmt to spnwtl.inp that will change Knox ? trom the sale ot said "5 .ne .. i of of the Gaoiv''t ti ..iiiit trrtin fi liiiiiiliiTiaiiT ii sensible course is to t it u builUlllg rwtdS. and ,"S. .. . , ..I.I.-"S UU 4UIUVt4V Vl'V.'... i VudholMtoa Pamdisi- - of iroixt IMilLl.' UJ Uir illlllM UU.1IUJ r - tor . .."..4 ..yAA4 1(11 . m Illll., n.ll'll .... .m..... ' ii.. IV ... J. Aimti UIIU MW. V ...l.,A v F FM.i. lll'UlUI1 I ill I. .. i.V I.UUI1LI. otw 111 IllUm IVaU It iiiiv iiraw diiv to roails. HOUND 'SYRUI It ilik Hk Joiiea. tiiere lurther petition Roe Branch, up Boad Ftik itae" and All ttiese toads will be built as: f aid to the extent of Hinkle Branch. represented by soon us the main trunk lines arq f ,. progrcrs of tlieili irder 'f0 Meontruct mill impro' e No. 4 wa also nature to rcsiorc norm" cinuifcPOrtJon ot the public count Magistrate muib, built Hildas soon as they can bq ther oixlered that a D. B Fortney,whicR ia included Surveyed & Laid out. t Price 25c,, 50c an $U 5oWriwf0 PhMOo Wilton. tiens. these Rwolutions, and u bin?ab?nt by FnrnU Htw t i. ' . . (' i( county b mad", Ii.ti made and T-lO- r rL el tne re:n.r i", ,i' apviro,iriations i of this Order be certified tu the State commissioner of Pu'rhc Roads of Kentucky for his approval and action thereon. Those voting in the affirmative are: 1st District, V. D. Jackson; 2nd District G. B. Detherape' ard. District I). B. Fortney: Uh District not Represented; 5th. District C. Cobb; Oth. Dis'rict Leroy Peace; 7th. District V. : Fth. District Li ". Those voting in the negative. -- Non P. 1. Read P Blmk, Ch-iol the k'nox County Court afotvsan do ceitify thct the loreRomr - a tine copy ot the Order as pas.eit i the l'lscal.Comt at itb reim, February J3, 1S15. and oideted tertitied to the State Commii?ion?i' of Public Road of rn.ne tin? i'lth. day kentiickv of Febiuat 191." cop Mc-Kceh- T s. k shop Branch at Harrison Smith's place. 3V2 miles, up Bull Crek to mouth of Low Gap Branch, fiom Bridge near mouth of Knox Fork " miles to Cooley's Gap. No. tj represented bv Leroy Peace, who asked for a road from Dennis Griffins place to the Laurel line a distance of four miles irom Place to Wilton, connecting Gray, Place and Wilton. No. represented by U He-rna- H To leprescnted by C. Cobb, he asked foi a road from mouth of Haminons Fork to month of ihoe ' KceJian, Si..-eia- , i Cr-e- -' i l i i . i .1 li-- i V , i I - i i , i I 1 tiaiut . . '.1 i ! i . i . I . I I i : I . . j:icn-sonfro- o'-- iinp-ovf'i'- i l. . i - . - uiu -Ki.- -- nn l "t T man-tione- i . i . - . 1 oit i -- ..w 4. r--- ..... .- n-- -j.- ,S --, ircm Barcourvillo bv vavof Wil- ton, to Woodbine tiom Barbour-villdown the north side of Cumberland river to Tyre Law-io- n Place, two bridge:; across c umbei land Rr.er between Barbour vtlle and fcny, a road from Joel rampbod plnre to mouth of Indian n'd i1 ivirt-fentil b. I.. wlio lor a road from Barb. ur ille to Indian Gap near Frank Davu. from McNeil's store 'lo'An the nvcr to the 'hitle county line near dark store to hays' Gap. irom from .left' Canada three miles through iJavia Bend to Artemus, tv.'o miles up Swannoud. from McNVil's stole through Mackey Bend to McNeil's mill, from Dock Lawsun's down the river to mouth if Indian creek. He al.--c asked f r the same two bridBtrf ..sked or by McKcehan of District No. 7 The. e motions weio made and ail put and lamed b.. j utiammua vote which is t.hovii l said report. Hie nieetiinr was inn..! .eunrrict.... s.astically attended and'tho coan was never in better woi king oi dei each one trying to do all in hit pjwei tor the advancement v.i tfxd roads, pood schools, and m tact for the beteiment of all mankind. Knox County may justsly boa-- t o its riscal Loun uecailse it e. who asKCd tor a fe - -- Mon-tiolle- n. d iiTc-ague- s '. - 1 . l.v """ i , , '..a'-i'iiu- i jl l'i fiii-k- - mt-aiate- I f ..,.. ..... . - :. - . i.'-in- i . . , - - iii.ni - I . f I 111! 11 I ""'V ?,.!I"hSr.,"c;' ""i KV - , -- . -. 'te . m &.. - - ..- -r ( . W1WIM!'' 4i4'iiii iilw4miWi ,. .wwi .Li JA JfcM. ll. 4-- k. 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J Louisville Sun Publishing Company, - HK-- ' Louisville --jW- :- Vi' ; Kentucky ... . I i-- i&tor&i., ... j . - .. W: jtliL JUiHHr. uvKuuwrnMiwiAByr ttii: 'l.k ,l . ' aj'Iil. . " THE WOtJIftAni i ABYOCATE mi '1i A Sermon On Good Ponds (Te-k- I MInJ l Marshal's' Sale for IKJSfO . tJfT-.i W&W k mr- k ,nt 1 AA5 A .7 " i J? Sum 27: 10 t P.v virtut- - f UXte due the city ,V "'V '"V. . ". .k. .v ' .r X ."n ry .- x. x. x. . s a . m. v .k- - i . . i r .v . a .r 'W'sC? a m bbbb BsHH T. F. Faulkner & Co. , W r v M- ks-w.- . K . of on io 01 G00.1 Roads v;hich ' Would and Grinds todav house und lot or. Cros vith beckoning meet, on the rth bounded on the north by (r.is llkt'jt0.s press onward and up- - hand- - ia,mg mother join us of in the work of ijowd roads. street, on the euet by Gillis )yard ') 1SL the M. fellov. countrymen f appeal Catron, on tho south by Gilli9.Knox- for beneath h scd bleeps Catron, on the west by First St.; myKrtat ?rand fathew and to ,ou todav, in thn name of the -- Alcr. tnvfl ,i- - t.0 f mother's and my grand father'-oauj aiifi nsiny veneration, m Barbourville for the year mi. and. "Others, m own father and, 'tlt. nam ot Ii.tare oosteritv. her.and thousands of kindred neer go to the polls on the Gth amuuutinK to the sum of $16.90. Mary F. Coyt, one ?nd lrends who have Pa33od of March and spra the wheels house and lot on School street, 'frm the stage of action, it is of progress by otin' against opened my eyes to trr bonJ ,n.,n,i,l nn M. nn.n. ,0 (int where i?ae, but vote lor the tf .1 r U. K1.4. street, on the east by J no Main, tut: iiuHtwuay, ana irornwr.ncp lind j: u1 Wh.thi hr.e ye I expect my sleeping dust to be ds inade a roaJ toJavr on the pouth by school street, As the awakened on the great morning l)Uli(, hiirhwws over the on the west by Hirt Catron: ,et Taall Aln, taes dno the rity ot Rar.ui.tofKnoxmaytheybepre- u Kn e' Pawd t0 stc,P bourville for the year 1914, D? tll highway pillow of the ,ol ,l0liness amounting to the tuun of $1.20 came the brepared tor tho3e KemucKy. the wnjfnrinff men from whenc John Cain, one house ommoxmeaun 01 and lot on Second street, bound- whibu wua uien a mere wncier- - they mrn ,tep to t,,e pM puved Mmv Tciwitan tmn no trVit f ed on thennrtn by Second street. iiiro j ci p cuu . niui a . JIul. iuiw uun i a eai. Duiunaermeaieaaynaimoi t,RlJ on the east by Third street, on the gates to Regular $i .SO folding bed springs, at civ- .W.u.-,JIU.$1.19 the south by Ellen Walker, Ultfcil. Let every fnima8 he mzauon me nugnty ioiyst nas t'oco to the polls to vote on March Regular $7,50, Towit: Also, taxes due the city Step wood Stoves, going at $5.45 ground and todav tli3 I'.fh lin "fllllvin lit? of Barbourville for the year 1914, tumbled to the Regular 510,00 Coal Stoves, going at can be seen broad fields of lei-- oWn mind thea $7.00 amounting to the snm of $2.!39, M vour fajth f til sod; the loud thrill of the lo - sybeil UMt0 vcu ,f we never Re7ular $2,75 Cotton Top Matresses, going at $1.95 Towit, W, A. Hirikle, Admr. mr comotive has taken the place of 'get together on the bond JSSUe x Hinkle heirs, one ho060 and hit Regular $10 Dressers, now going at of $7,00 on Second street, bounded on the scream ye.p the wild cat and hope ue nut all he withered to- 01 tne nouna was thw beneath the amaranthin e the north by 0. O. Kelly, oa the wnere me Regular $1.25 barrel Lime, now going at 85 east by becond 6treet, on the uute uvaiu in pwjauu 01 uie bo , ers 0f perfect bliss and of Regnlur $2.00 barrel Cement, now going at ot ' $1.70 south by Harriett Adams, on the leopara toaay ecno tne sound u,e ete, (i , j t y, in a world where wu ui w,,e'e the Jv s ol Go.nl Roads will neyer west by First street, towit.: Regular o'j-c- ts Calico, not over to each purchaser.at speckled lmard of the subterra-end. "Whither Have Ye Made Taxes due the city of Barbournean region once reigned supreme A . Rerular Os.cts Cane seat Chairs, now going at fyda, ? ville for the year 1914, amount4&cts in nis nome 01 tranquility ne is ing to the sum of $1.69. George Higgiks. We will continue to make a great reduction on Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, today disturbed by the ding of D. K. Rawlins, one lot on Main the miners pick. Our county is dry gouls, and aiso furniture of all kinds; but bear in mind, for cash onlv n street, bounded on the north by overlayed and underlayed with TEDDERS you of the value of our goods ana order to convince Red Wing inexhaustible wealth, it is not only very .ow prices, we h.Vou'hTr' a land of wealth, it is a land of We are appreciating the fine on inern. you must come ana see. Campbell, on the west by Main street: laxes du& the city of health, balmy breezes float fiom v .itl.tT c ar now having. e Barbourville. for the year 1914,1 the hl&hdoi"es Mis Liuy Ta lar was the gyest reircsh-i..-.- . amounting to the sum ofw.18t vales of Richland of Misa Sibyl E. Lewis Sunday. 'ling showers sweep the count." Tl.r, a r...f I. N. Jan-iand S. J. Wooltum lot on Allison Avenue, boundedvfrJnd,a" .lPla?ns1t0 Jbtinl:inS,s spent Sunday with Mrs. Robert heights, while the dewdropa with on the north by Geo Newman, their honeyed tinge tails nomHaekei on White Branch. on the east, by Raman Realty Co. ,; ot crush to the swamps George Helton has just finished on south by Knox street, on the tee tnoDa wpst by Allison Avenue. AUn of Fighting Creek, yet "Whither gathemu' his 1914 crou. on Knox Street and on Depot Street. oave ye made a load today?" TaxA due the rity of Barbour ri ri. G'lbert. of Craneneac Knox has her wealth, she has ville, for the ypar 1914, amountwas in oar burg Sunday. ber brains and the intellect, she TREASURER'S SALE FOR 'cost thereof, which amount is which amount is and all ing to the sum of .$3.18, towit : has Mr. and Mrs .Tack Collins visit-e- J brawn and the muscle, and ull costs for the youi costs for the yeur of 1914. J. O. Mills, one lot on Allison but the the young man who Mi- -. Collin-parents on Horse like of 1914. Une tract of land, known as Avenue, bounded on the uorth came U) Christ, one thing she Civek Saiurda: arid Sunday, One lot on Allison Avenue, part of the X. A. Chamberland by J. T. Boddow, on the east lacketh ye- t- that is Good Road- s-' CaK.n Blantin. ot Gibbs, was farm, levied on as the property by Allison Avpnue, on the south let us go to the polls on the Oth t,eu near the Barbourville Brick Snda.. Chile Bledsoe, or enough by Charlie Mitchell, on tho west Ul JIUIl.ll UHU lUlt IUI lilt-- liUIlll Know yi that by the author- Tile Co'?, commisaiy. levied ity vested in int by the Com- on as tho property of Pete New thereof to satisfy the amount of bv W.uue H. McDonald. . Also,- 1ssue and build "ome Good Roads ,onJ i'. Willi.. ot London, called .. . .. o 01 mroourJrs J. C Ltv '. Saturday. if Kentucky, monwealth and man, orenough thereof to satisfy taxes due by said Clyde Bledsoe taxes , .. tne fityW11 ... . and when the dawn ol pi ospenty' - Free the amount ol taxes due by mid together with the coat tbeoeof, On ia,t S'uadi enmg Letch u W1" hlai that the IiarbuiiiwlkGraded usher f W.18. towit: 1, ng Vothesnm .. p,,,, xv,.t, iiu ol John C. No. 1, of Bar- Pete Newman, together with winch amount is 12.04, and all School Ditn-, Ull" IIIIUNU UIIU 101, l. J. V. n ;. iio mium in an engajrca bourville, u iU Treasurer, 1 will, the cost thereof, which umount co3ts for the year of 1914. thou good and faithful servant on Second street, bounded on is "J1.33. and all costs tor the BIRT CATRON, witn Bev Baile, who '.on the :Jnd day of March, 191G. enter thou into the io: ot Good.i"1"1 ' the north by Colored school, on'n year 1914, rejoin J thiv hota from the gun offer for sale to the highest and Roads. Collector, .. i lllc euM uy turffi, on Kuox county may give all o" Lit- h White. Whiskey is the best biddei, lur cash in hand, Oue house and lot on School the south by Hinkle heirs, nn goods to feed the poor, spend her suppuJ cause of the killing as the follow int; described property all street, where the now lives, the west by Eirst street, Also her wealth rearing institutions of but', laitie. were intimately on ae the property of Mary F. taxes due the city of Barbour- Warning, but without Good Roads aseoc j:ed a; friends and nelgh-sh- e One lot on Allison Avenue, Coyt, or euoiiRh thereof to satis-fPapl ville, for the year 1914, amountw. Tin.- - dead brothers were would still be as nothing, a levied on as the property of J E. ing to the sum of .79 towit::.!. sounding the amount of taxes due by buried Monday in one grave. It brass and a tingling Success to the Advocate. Cottongim, or enough thereof said Mary F. Coyt, together M. May, one lot near L4NR reputed that Bailey will not, symbol, yet, "Whither have ye to satibiy the amount ot taxeB with the cost thereof, which Sam Riley of Hopder was here R depot, bounded on the north made a road today. recover. The citizens of Teddr due by said J II Cottongim to- amount is $8.97, and all costs buying cattle last week. by F. D, Sampfon, 00 the sooth In the last fifty years the coun- -' extend t. the bereaved farai gether with the cost thereof, for the year 1914. by Susan Bright, on the wait by ty has worked the mahtia on the their hruelt sympathy ia Ranold Brock was here Monday L fc N lso which amount is $1.00, and all RR tajy due roads and spent over $100.000 their - id Itreavement. One lot on Main street, near on business. tfosts foi the year of 1914. the city of Barbonrville, for the yet today there is not one mile of L. A. Hudson, levied on as the 5 to W. H. Mt.T)nnnm'-'- r' Rtsi i 3om to the wife of Jamea Gib- year 1914, amounting to the good road One lot on Depot street, near property of D. K. Rawlins, in rbe count-- ; Is not ttie Auvate and its readers, son a fine boy, Mother and babe sum of $2.89, towit: J. f. the Sallie Hoskins place, levied this sufficient to prove to the with the cost thereof, doing well. one lot 00 .Allison Ou as the property of M P Miller, which amount is m!nd.of any man that if Knox and all Steve Howard of Tarpin Branch Avenne, bounded on the' Qnrth county ever expects to have any or enough thereof to satisfy tho costs for the year of 1914. by Allien AVennr, on th eaft was in Sprule Monday. good roods she must change her,.- Tho who have sheep money amount Of tuxes duo by said M. by street, on the touih by mode of construction, One lot on Allison Avenue. P. Miller, together with tho fThe farm que uum i..r aheeu killed year Esq. Cole has moved from Low . on the west by AlUsui 1914 evi on as the property of tali 011 m nt tho era of Knox county are acruallj Couht t. cost thereof, which amount is levied , Gap t0 TerPinb rauch. uiit Clorks otfke and Andrew Smith or enough there-Avenue. Also, taxes' due the cooped up . $1.007 and allcosts for tho year ,. at home three . j, of to satisfy tho amount of taxes joe tottngtm ot woliam . was city of Barbourville, for.thsyear in tie year on account month? reciee :.our pay. of bad otlPH. ' Yours roiju. due by said Androw Smith, in Sprule this week gathering fcto'ro 1914, amounting to the stria of rvads. Let us put on the broad One house and lot, on Second Rood P. Black $2.02, towit, Pete Newman, one with the coit thereof, Henry Cobb of Sprule, was in cioaK ot Drotnerhood and go to street where Jas Bunch now which amount is County Clerk lot on Allison Aveno, bonnAed ' and all Barbourville Monday. the polk on tho 6th of March and lives, levied on us ihe property costs for the year 1914- on the north by Diahman Lane, . Most every body in this part on the east bj sr-- streat, en vote for the of John T. llinklo hoirs, or TOR SALE 'wovdd good roads do for What One lot on Allison Avenue, are in favor of good toads enough; thereof to satisfy the the south bv Allison Atenne. I ha. Kdck county? iTjrat they would seeml good mules for atnounof ta'es due by said John levied on ae the property of This 'Jlth day of Feb., I91S. sjeed tiie Wjbels'.oprogreasre-dJl- o sale. a. so oi.e fine saddle and Willie Smith, or enough thereof T. HinjJlo heirs, togethor with BIRTCATBO?, UhiMif. thfchigH cost oi ' living and bug?) inuie. Anyone inteiested the cost thereof, which amount to satisfy the amouut of taxes Mrs. J. B. Wiles of this City City of Batbourrille, Ky. elevate the standard of society, in bujing will please cull on me, Mk ,MhJf has a serious attack of cold' this is 79 cts and all costs for tho due by said Willie Smith, T V Sr :nr (tWeourvJealth and do manv 4,. u. rvuuiuiuil. with the cost thoreof, weefcbutisbafleriw,. yer of 19l4' together with ttje Subscribe for of, fftone 145 trtMnf fid food Vi Z..A, Will Have a "Bargain Counter" For YOU This Spring. aiutiiitirig, to thu sum ol I, or one lit my depti- itie will, on .Monday, Marrli 2, 1915. between the hours of 1J o'ciocn u. ru. and J o'clocR p. m at Barbourville, in Knox countv, Ky expose to pnhlir nale, tu th- highest bidder, for cash in hand, the follnwing pioperty, ore, much thereof u muy he nectary to eatioty the amount of the taxv due .furn.id and cots to wit : Lizzie Clark, one rest!n 1914 rsuri'iumlle lur the jvur 79 cent - "7 hitner Have You Mads tt RoadTodnv?" Gentlemen and fellow citizens of Knox county, let me congratulate you for the grout eU'oil bo-ing made for the cauRe of pood roads. I was horn 2 miles o.ith-eaof Rnrhourville. in great grand father liei sleeping- on the water of StinUng Creek, he was a veteran of the war of 1K12, fought under Andrew Jackson at ., . . ,i .i .1...1 1 st "-"- I....1 rw.i.. . K .. , I, IIIV1'- - MI.UI i' Illlllllir-I- J ; ) iu county the mowing1 of the -- Oth cMitiu along aie jn lliv iarne old uiit road that a ere traveled !. Uai.il Boone li.e ople of in v.a down I.vt ii la otide ihf ("uvuion of H'Silv distaxation tlmr dniii turb u Mini yo to fif polls and vott for the'bond ue ami Wild s,irno gxl ronds With a good highway through tvuntiK ky there would be many more thousand! ot people passing through Knox count'- spending mon chi the -- Witia MgU. . ' of Bell, the S1 Ifdc,b th lullet,, ,a3t old Lnn. .t,n(t ha? ?,nns ,If thert a IJ,aethe great reward me'- "ivhithM hi . ,i ha t wieaiw cauieu todu-- . '" Look ut the wnty of W "1S ,s l1' mIu? pa-3p- flffht l.itrwl olwl r.i. fh lift j r ,'d Cnt' - ; We have on a backorder, which has not yet reached us, 2,000 yards of good American prints, which we have decided to sell to our trade in patterns of not more than to each customer at 4cts per yard. Remenv ber this is for Cash, and here we mention some of the other bargains you will get, and then lots of others that we cannot mention in this way, 10-yar4-c- ap To-wi- t: i fit 1 . p,e CvU-nt,- y ' f to-wi- - tc c.,.,-throug- h - ,4-c- ap - , ; 10-yar- ds 4-- cts 1 to-wi- t: i tte glvejISXe T.f FAULKNER & CO. 2BIG STORES-- 2 70-ct- Vf1 .,,,;, s ; 4 'A 1 48-ct- TAXES! t i A-- onf 1 1 . .10 ' '' J nrL-iiin- i 1 - to-wi- t: lev-ie- d spKuteNews. y Co.-A- n i.-- to-gth- a, o8-ct- ' I NOTICE , - I I..-,- , 1 er 25-ct- i, ,1 bond-issue- ' - - jut i Arf, r5S3 THl THh MOUNTAIN I.M I MOUNTAIN ADVOCATK MViWTR l ,v- UtlLlSHEII iun - .1 UAiUJOLKMII 7HP PAPER REPRC. ADVCRTISiN Ml iV Prlmir i p" it t. i Mw Jtm in rickot'i'liwrnaUsm. 11)15. ine i hom? .ouW t and va ii ' WK 7 f. rr ''"'SjiriW.f jlOIJ.SANn .i i I . Augiitsl Tl.ii, LI notion h.tl Uit'ii noiium lleiwHiatit' l'huu' nil thv ;votr. ibe Jn', . ' il ' i 'h ii il I I HEAR (OOPUl ?ii " tr Ink ll)KHI,l I, ht.NAlOU IliHIUlf, I t 'i 'i inn ladflAT'-- i GENcnAu NEW YORK AN! clUCAOO H UTlfS BR1.ICHES IN Aid. t V t.lAl.Mt.l.MII .i.i r I ni.ta aui.oulA'i' Or. William Carson out nut ' it) ttlini f. i m, n . V tl. McDow U. Mc I'oxalu nv nt i' V- - H.ruul Ia 61 tr v t ubliciill noill mtr of tUi Stato 'lute fit. in II UMtnt; subject tu i tou hi lh" .'tt rs of tho i.U- t pr 'ik J at the priniaiy. Hi J i i other, tine .mil tned Republican, siood with m face Black ta the btnl and loinrht in mainltki-niNii- In the fall .il 1"..' unit ion taunt' into our hi'pthctnrt"'tt w.i h "!' .Df H l ti u i il.-- l JilV I. Inhibited Watch Valued at $:t,500 Given Him by Grateful Father tlllll iOMli 1H coln, tain the Iti-sii- d Old 1'nily ol Liniii-l Iv.i 1 l '2'i tlllllljilUKl i KmUn, I ... .. t.Amn iinv nam?-. lit. ml. 1.1V iiuli.'!'t t TiOlliti to Kak.i lllUt im-w- 'hiin stm ...... .v... I lipiuil l, r Who ori'jiti il "iiili o call I Me- - mlfproii(l xplaiiird t.oxlngtoii onpir. tlit? nmii r- it w (I FIREPROOF .:'. ' irti w n-- In i' t ,im, hup (.eiiliiK - ' I'lli uottr A t IM.Al K, Ht A IIUNo l !o inis. I ilul it Ihi-ui- i IIUU.SC t'K'ii a- -' J think in' - e I mil ttwUfrlit tilt al-- a. i One Uolla I li !IIIH"llIll'P II c urilclal Oro.ui t the Voitiiiuair Partv In Knox (tXMlv Prof. a i 15. C. Lewis tiiidiilii lur Statu btmatcir (or IMstilot. Subnet to thv ti'iiif Hi Itepbnlicnn pnrty nt Primari to t held Hatrdnv, ITiIi st " l ll'V. few To the vo v. . I am acun ' ejection to t ol Clerk of cL .. Court, subject ' e ac- ton of the K publican 1'arty, atth. uniaryto itfli, bJ held SaturJ..-- , August always 7. 1915. I r a Re-- p and !i ublican, re. e . . !U willpower ii ing to do ait i v -n . v for its pti" cess, i i i'ff aftct a.. " . ' - nU suct gone Codun-dersom- o bept the f ii In coming end time I r lecordasc- i'liise. I h. v- '. in i: r .or .IK . e t . ' e-- m .i i . l. i i lives tip;rnu 1 '4. ce a c v ' promise c'o my ulrn better oilttt ihan in th my that bstter if serve the before. ThanH'-fav- ors , .ih 1. I 't i . am' of my aj. your aupr - ingprim:n Your outW. H. IV. i i'or the ulli Ttttive from ot Kno '.. i I - 'yt ? i. . Mcr-. o P.uV-- r the nam. Wo arc au'i Di.ti H t '! r the Aug. 7th. aupport. i ictinn ot ! 'I Till-- ur r 3:30 a m l'l ' of mlirurluir huiiutnlty. Net b tvu NovonilH r cliili'in No. 2.1 Dfiilv. due 3:aS p tn . 'While litre I Mill prcne to ovorj i. an liult'iMTdi'iit lVim.'rul. tome Uii the hanks wliein (he lillios .si rret c ir leaves Hotel Jones olll lion t ftj it it) to Rlllllll ill'llllHt Mite i (vlmwerf imniiiiKMil ilu ro , liv itv imiiiitrK lielore vchcihilc time (Mlitl'tl- Du", m mM i. .t i.t ' i ii me tlli iur.itln of illn Ik tilth. b .m (ir i ioi And then1 tin Wftpui; willow i i' ,Miur If.tltti fi.ll jmi 1J,.. init B"i"ic lall't dm t t li ttonn- - otnr features of your ilal-i- . Are stvaying to and fro. ; pt i lien t.tkt't i Ci rb-- . rinti W. $2. Company. li , In l'Vi w chmi n 'ti'm '( iiinlirtl irt't(t(jii ol t i. In ml And tuithei up tin m.-r' MIC TAr.IjK imhI it in t us i )ti! ut Tth, 1U15. ihe ilindl .l.ltt lil'i ti !i is u t II Wheif ll.il hotuville now stands - Hi nmii .omul It.' I llln l'l Ik'Ml'' ' Willi all its beam ilu! scenery, THAINS "t these a tin kidney, piodmo a ttiiU'd-ii- p 11AILT tunu 1 went to tli1 i . n.ilniri7ttl to Hiipouncc No. Ii, Lvt Vrr cm iij nominees. I mado nam speeches coudiiiuti or tin It tiltillordain, niul And schools on every band. 10:15 a ta. H J Kir.n l'uicn tioublc is I fo- - the entire ti kit. No. ., wai for rrfno tiliit-- out, oT ten 4:15 p m. u When the dijs .tie long and Xo 3."j,l.vt Animus i for tli ail whoso name ti in " ullllnvs 7'30 a m. bve weiv under that rtsponstblc fur most oUlif i owilautijii for llfprv- - I.OU CABIN. I come to that ol vc piesent day Aiiiulc.ms. Paul-- j pleismt, " Suiitltns P28 p m. No. 37. Lve. . r M. thp CUth District, ntiitti. niPthnds of livhii' tiro buol. of And we've ti lends to entertain, same part uxia asi.itijr that you North Hound. m'tiiftt to i U I'rimnry to lie ukH 1,1 t me our upi;t. and I oe ill Itit It N mci roohitu to correct We know the place tir lo go, 1 20 p in. No 4. Vrr Arfnui ti t.t Tth 1"1& .1 In ituut rue out fault". oir in 'it I, nut to Disliiiiiin StpruiB". C 33 p tn. No. Vrr Vr'titms "Tnnlac tin. v. underfill medir-hitn. thMrac. ihankinr ouloi ua I trors, tbit I hm introducing tocoirect tliH Heiethe sceneiy is most beauti- No lii ir " iiiulav 9.40 a m. To the Republicans of the " s,l,,((iv 0'30 p tn. No .'.s, u I nu. be re - condition 1 boliuvi to be t ho best ful. 34tn. Circuit Court Dis- janl trugtinKin that' t.uu.'ijni. ?sa Uii-W. P k'M". (uii Pass Agt ' "inu on uu-- Amcnwu And I lie bit dsthev titii.; fweot, uitn of 1 ir suf-- 1 tn.irl:.t to d n llils f ict Iv.u trict of Kentucky: id n who!.. i'i N. . Mgr. f. 11 il ith the Uy su blue u bovo us be1iemc- - t'nat'l jm a bet-- j pr.so iiirniiciiiiiit the Kieat It Ii P ' lllltli'Ulllf til fit tl qualified nittn ft t be fxisttion ''" citlo as well as rij-h- t heie m And the watei nt our teet. unlit in the nomination for than m opjxment ami hupinfe' to LfviiiKton, whole ImiidietU ot pt-We think of lulls jnstovei thcie " upn ii filth' Attorner. of see oii belofe the rnmary. l am pie are alreaiH re'iliyln tbe iiirprls-iiij- ? With then mines ol ;teatest rcsulta'front its n.I lii- - di"iri. t I am -- uhject to the jour obedient seVant . I'ln y all testify that Taulae hna wealth, W. H. McVonald. ii i d tin' Ufpu Id icons m the a peetiliaily gr.itoful elleet, "t enis Aiiehoi, Dean anil (.'iiiiiberhitid, , in-to jo rlvtlit to the desired flffti'in to be held on "pot. To those we go lot wuik and 2j J i dp M yrn arc, if warms up the until e steln, and . u Tib. IS1.. Warren 'ur nrnyof fif r;ci! iii on-- , t silTcuts the help. develop-ipcn- t gives irriat strunyth and to S Jj Ii. S. Rose. vr :h iv vu -- uaaresub4j5 Special Corres.wiidence. whure it is mo"t needed The blue jpus recmti of the JfPJ . c. back- Hnd. die, all of tlio ills and ueaknes r:l-e- . n eideaclie ncrvous- i.ilU, K. Jan. L7, lUlf. iffl state Miss Edna 1ohnsn h i, return- - '.s wliieh conn from ears of im- , we ik, t red feelipg, wlio liati rt ii hi ptiitoini That leaches uoith and west, are onv r : Pis smp-tL'.'- s, .if'i M0d- - ii of tle vital and dlfestlve ,' i win. tin i or not, I urn il toWilharnsb.irv aad t u must rid To thee we'll always say, 'ghns." Sunda with tiomctuiks. to i iU tin- ruc for t'lrt-ui-t i rself citl en in order lohn Tip Westei Ui Id and Sis-- 1 Coopvr tiun uxliilut(.d a haiid-t- e "Uui hill- - aie, "V.-r- , best,'' I i 1. t mmv that I ifHire icieo. well, thousands MusJ Mar Aunt Intiitu, ho ,ii mi school i koiiu l .iiroved jrold watch -- tudtlri t in 'lii ii v.ho have nif . niul from tin te" h n ed by this Hrd horhe puketh cut i n Unit I haif iiiatlx pri). .f. Williamsbiii.r t 'it o'tii death eil hl lortj-sevo- n iy ij- ; cm to iiamotiU, wtiitii i alutii .it r I.u t week otiaceii in' , anuoiin iiik ih Growing Children I o' their aunt, Mi !" '' .IhamslMSiiii, th.u wan iven to him as ai TAIffl a difidt d victory. " frequently need afood Ionia and tissue token ot approbation b. n proiuii-- i Knox Count) oi OklallntTi.l Mirer builder for their good health. Sr1 8 8 t.hov l,i. winli.irrv V. Lr l.t.,1 ,.'t i ind- - iir life nut inly an a pi Olive Oil ''.v ,',,,','- ineMd". i'i ti hut a a putilte oftift--r inn a Tho tebrat. d I.uiinu is old ex-- 1 Emulsion . Warren toft ittiiid&x iox .n, homo t linn fact, if you aro will 3 centaiumt UypophuiiiKtttt i"ivil in i he ITorndon Driij.' t'o's '. of the at KthelMt-i to wilii lUdullr ' CiM II rdil & ia the prcscriptiou fur this. Va ISarb lUrvillf Kv. Vtlvt Ktrlveio i ' Ob rk. I "bull loe Kan .t 'wvi i.n i ") Hernjon Diuj Co. Inc ' . to ttlttfiit uttber- - I .tin ijoi but now hvino '4,'ihoma n"? innin i'iO Kr: a! io iuiiiu f't'l. it" fill ol tlo input II- - tittr attcniimti iho 'in ''nil anil tl , 'j. fvivj.ua Woods, i)l urns at I i'Ulit ill ihe I'riliuii. burial ol Mi Flat Lick ti ii Our Shadow. ciC- - ion M. b,Ky.,sa)s: 7, IVIti Uarboumlte l.i t . i lit i u Aui;ii-- r ..a the Evervonc of us lasts a shadow. ,"' cretak.ngCardui, tll in AW nii .' in my btbnlf re u UK'ld There hanps above u a tort of peI is. at 1MIV3, so weak I 1 ..it.il l aiu. numbra a strange, tndt tinable someat the rub it u , 'ift Etans cf't'd hsitiy walk, and i. ui ei v tiuh now proiii'ni-ii- t iitiii.artt at Dr. R L iittimore left Tues. thing which ue call the Lertmial In- th? p'ir inmy back and llucnce. vvlikti lias Its elfect on ovury jJn.nd OHiafioina 8. II. JUNKS. to visit a ptttont nt Scalf. 1 ;ad neirly killed me. other life on which it tails It good Midi .,alheriit- nahu enrne' A i:U.i.? three Lotties with us Is not Eerbod liave been busy something vihort'vcr von so Iiwo will, .04 er J'roni cdlbm la.t tcck to it hen ivh can lur. .ir.Ji.ihs pains dis- ... . il to ahuounci ti nl. imiiiefolKS. farming tor the past week S'lud.. t j'v I feci as ns wo la abide a curi tent It is somu-thlnretl Jen. MuiiuK't' '. ii. illjden'Pleah Mills passed throtiyh iiere that ulias pours out tioin our Hon. V. R. Henry levied. Every : I. i.rt-coanil Auditbi the last week distnbutinc; the good life like lltlit from a l.itiip lil.o heat vjman should .j i.iui. nurp. Whitlfv Count, Lumberland from a flame, hl.e inTlumo from a Uv mact ere in road cii culars. ' ..!" Gctabotlle . "t. tlid uo f r tho ollic of Com- - ouiCamp on J n Miller Sever i L l week. . n uilh Attorney for the 31th. excitement here was fhe opent t.austHl last jBlloand llotsv Dickey I. H. Lo oi An' , hi net nt K ntuvky, oibbv c.i-rj' n- - vv "'SPSS'. iiavyi .o.vv... n i. Vm mw .,,... ., i11m:,1 h. it wu ol tne ni'lMllillimn ; t. Mrj&HH' ':-on viand U"' l'"' mi VAPOR TREATMENT ,. mi rruunr to l I.. id., . i 1 ii iilorirttl lo nnnwuncr lor, na a camiUIfttc tnr At- t I ' hi moti wraith's r JHIi IndKiftt District i miii ruing tliocoillltir bit lev, (. ny i. ml ,1'i'in of t lie Itqiubh- tut. i.rrtornl I'liinur 1 i liid ot J. H. BLACKBURN, Barbour v .lie, Kentucky. thf'ujjht. ihnt ttnj IUpubli-ca- n iuitUc tlik'iiioiKtr.-itioift. !t lirut, pt r h t tttli in 'I'aliliK. r rtv riyh. ".uh! that thev IIm In jwrtiiiBlly hjit.' ,ahvH,f lnvii ii ht which ii tin iniir-In Anirriciiii iMltodiii.'iut' In Knox Coiinly. cities. L. & N. lu'vn ntxiven t . to lias mi I'tinn irltli hl nlt (o oji DemoorsUc IiihIIkin NDK'III fUHN'D ; t'i opflr ; l'l nhull oo uomiitntrd by h' I'lm In 1908, t cminly Nr. 1 'j I nily t xcept ri'iiiuin in RentuuUy foi only In tin1 mutiulniiie of Kuiit Republitns ni" '.mj county n , fif yluiU ijivc Whcie Ihe lulls use lii(h and . Sniifl iv . "liort turn. fn the office f Oram Court thf I'Fupln ot ItiittfU'i-sleep" N'o l'l Miilv. due 10:14 tlii rectlon of tin' ( k'tk. I hat tlnw I'cntlcnwn 11.14 mo, I thctn ss r.iitiitry iti tamv l notit ot ni. TImmc stand my ilcar old hninij So. 'J iNnli, fine .. In t,v iinil nt nit tlii ino lit n I Iium U'lici r unv mud at Mir ni mu .1) tin woodbine 'rmui'I It Mich, I did ma jii. fitiniln inultitiiil ot th'tn, the ttcar-- l in in the wln'rt- I lum- lii't'ii lnix Ni Yoil.. eieep. No. 1 1 Daily, cxtrpt tlniiia' t vc wiy. J .mitlu'ir t ifiul and 0.411 md iv . tJiunbor-lan- d or In front is the denrnld tn arc mine J vis (ip)K--- l if pitKl nr lic'ptun th, liunthoiN No. Dailv, Doc l .mJ na vt rrowd tu1 lijtfiiiu - v lii- - to tlio llniiriei mi luuiltti uui A . ih i u ' i ')'n v ml p'tMic lulldlntrft nil Wk Vm" vill covrr thift t lio'ii by ' I olr iinpniitd for Salu Uy it ei I Time Table pm U I a ao-wn- in p in j - - - a tn tlitiii-iind- -' i t . - 'It. -- I i a I - "";;"' I C.i-n- 1 o i iSKTSSS Ii mm. M? oi-i- n; , - -- i i i i ft'; d.iy-..ui- tni' 1 je. - , , -- toeC42, yycwtw K i i j I saeof i' ind lIl-PltE- H i' , i .1 ' ' -N -- E-- i ...v i - - I " i 4. M iilroad ' i . i 'i i - ic mpOfeU ol i fjnh i!cI Boone J&urlign rf "' H i1 . n " m ian. ohii-.- ' i ii i ' u - i.i'ut Knott Columbus iMiii's visited home folks at Btiibouiille Monday. UNKl rlzml to aniiounef M ho iaturdav li . t .. Ma Lake Eetv bod i egret to hear of tne six ear oiu ' i' fei ot Mr. thedeath of Wel'on Bingliain. IT. M. Cline Hon. '.ini Mu--. bcoitLa.it Aliiie p.i- - ' Every bodv is waiting with Ifi'ifirv I'ouuly un a oandiibitt uii wuii aiitfii'.. a i.i i iiactiaenii1' a whack at bond iiatienceto i .e it. publlou.. nomlnitupiu tor ,n6d tm? UllM )yvi. the o.l Isiue Marchget 6tl. ... , nv rffjhinr n tiv :ni,l ih.t flnthcc Il HVI'M Hi. IIU T..ik.ai iiiatiiot K'wmar.jiprapamg nuiekly grilled her D W. Sluther one of our lead-- i. nu Aufjimtj ol;p3 a.,d belorcihe o,ae could ,i igMeichants was in Uarbour- ,t o ii , me .hop Ma v on imsincs. 0 t'l iinfteo on i.t.r ., i lom. D Alilla i oi Barbour'illo In r heart fti SifvlWc ft 'nt for To fhe Voters of Kno. , spent ruday mahl wilh lua old to viuMthf -i- ,p.i-, . .. R.uhiil. ''.," ' f rr,t. i tt I'HILIJ BI:l i i; SOROWJJ'fROOBlES lis. I I MINK 0. OM - i i I r , 'i'1 it. Tlf- i t " w . , i oil wiitu apvl.nl to tliti thin o a l " i One poott nili v 111 relif i. u ion!, irouu U curtil In llfuen on i vn 2ic, Lee an 1 "i At all druswiMts, Viclc Chpn fcumplti on -- murst i mi U r.l Co . Oreemburo, N. C l r GteSME ( i III. ll. m rr i ar ni v i"!. nv mo nent ot jmel n Ih Brit'tain of Lily Ky. ti, n. his week visiting friend J ! 't'VOT. - Cuuulv J UivnU- Krox . t'millfi L jul t irrrv V Clark Clay Law rem Le ke Elliott Kitill I'leminK . L,tlit i'mvcil KoIm rt ,i I' . ruhir L V i it. s i i i iloyd I'naot hereby if lot re nuiim I Mac It n Mania i '.n t i lie id ' if v iy in this part is look- , and-'wi ,rd to the success of Terrell Su. liout rircobd tionuii t' Price who has anounccd oat. wlStSr" 'un,t5n Vivian Rapier visited the home .rtuicc hoot iition. I haw the Sll mid nVx,,ft.'Jhiniiioif for Representative of V iLT- of Frank Logan Sunday ibii ctttom there uatoonositwn to the iicket night. l'ncr o0c. Hnwii, iT, nil over th? l'n" i ' ' Wintloy and Knox. IK'UC'llf UI IIIB V 31Ur3 inU UL II1B mnn 1 ... will )ir follovn'i in on casu, for tins cuy -- Advt Mm. F. Logan has had a very role ofjnldni ht tne mmUrdt. o YfS. fwhick I OBI lit I'll urnttflll - Mr. Price is a prominant citan " " Tir'V.i " : accident caustu '' w ported with much praise of the bad foot from-a' Aitlifull; yours, " pf.'thlB.County. lilllU 111V ClVtWUJl I1H3 W VS llU HI. ar,',.nVi1f ivnultlf, (or tbs Aovppatk, bpcribe Noyem.br eml I'mnarv pudeceisors ' KnilroiTi t. i im ififtil nt. ill ti:Z STrSffi Tu, 5& 1 Hiee iKMptfivi ii still aive. and theie t0 Mr Carries lias made, his !s some hope for her fsfigver.y.. ' Tom Pat, iays he will buy him liKiL0'2 P.'RT.'t announcement that he will'not Le ' " '," ' a moter cycle, if the pikes is made n fandidate for the office of Clei a. home of the Ii.o Circuit Couit. it in ..hamruay cj..n,,ur hi ths a de-- ,thwiph tf,u unty. l iiow up to Mi S. H. Jones and hghtful f i wa given Claience Logan wl)o is attend-t- u mvself as to who will win in tliii. iheir'niK'ny fricrtls in hohorof ing Cumberland college, was the comes oft in the. raee "hich f U11CI ana et guest oi nome ioiks aun-aa" -1 7.' '"-"- -'" ""- -' iJrta.'t.Vi it and t- - Sunrty .thlWO 1 Mwa Uwy Hapier ,vas the miott of cora Logan Sunday night eam ban .ad H wM , ha'1 brn l J nevei - Mlu cora Lofan who is attend- , lut IInai aiiiiimx- v"'w' ?: " a .' Satu7day7 " icu 'K.twicnflt.wil 'V.r,. im, d.mcing tnWeSll-to- " V? A1- iitfi-uin- the.ai.te tu:erer. .Tho ,0(0 ,. Iv feTSte?!! ""u" """i"',?"' creek Wednesday. stinking "rr&,v, xUUKSiUHtjCKU'llON. of Lida Ky. passed part on business. i Arhite of Grays Ky. , IS lMtn.g tnends in this part. ,Tr,hn Trtf? 0f Gibbs Ky. is , .1 va iu ' w,,, i'wv y 'am,ii.Kthenominatonoi:Kl ?1":tntrf " Si teuW 'T m J? .T'',ni ii ra"': Material for Hssh. . Sir George Warrouder. who wa onco obliged to put off a dinner iwrts In conaequoute of tho death of a rola tlvo, and sat down to a haunch of venleou by hlmselt, bald to tha butler while eating. John, this will make capital hash tomorrow " "Yos, S George." replfcd the sonant. "II w leave off now ' on going to Oregon mae. .Ofjnut purchased a fine B. Blanton recently. call 0 pr,., M..nin of Baden Ky. was o' Miss Lucy Crook t . : v? ' if. l. Hi. (ippo- - otoi enefolks Ja if:ii:K B. B. I. visited i When tlie bowels luiome iriciihii' Ihomeioikb Sauuday and Sunday. A nice congregation attended j on tire uiKoinlortiible and the longer this coiidion e ' Mt. Olivet Sunday. . rxn-tstl- ' iof ' r.l 1 Blame Johnson i I.?i;-S."V- erf f ..". Qni,' ...v;Au,i r.V I ?US$P W?:?1.1'?:? Yon can et rid y m feel. niicr) quislilv hv nsini; lll.k Tiiken dn.c on 'ouit to bed in. 1 - 'sMT.M ."I 1 --n v. ,,,', n V' 'y'ftrfftiUMKi .kji ' w' ''.'. THB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE NUMllEK-- H , - '' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ner; itheiicEa 63 ei.. pol two white oukejtl.K i poles to an a9h (tin i.. t, 346.3 poles in length 63 e CO poles to a .l,i,h.i i f'' ''' ' Notice b.yriiouuvtm.k, Kentucky of Taking Depositions. ' Stfi it t HprfntlVP il i . fc4MrMifJffrt jjy XSrWVflt.i l&amnx- fc' l ' $1.00 Pop Your PERSONALS $1.00 l!if IJm t". KULLt 1'Lul'l 1111 t f.Ul KNOX CIRCUIT COURT. r 1 Catter Coal Co vs, W. II. Davis. James M. Hayes and F. M. Ree. s 18 w 40 poles to .i : t. thence a 4U e 40 twle u. a wjl-mij- ; thence e 87 e inn pole, to KtUlZF JJEhlObSN Fifty Years di'CCptlVe g"!". Ki'ojj rrptiafh rA. u i 5 by the '' 'eductions only, '"' '"" J it nil ii iliuaater to the nun. ., I'tuf- Irct is recogniced .. which, in u '' "' i .indemiied Jaf Wm ...ilia I rnmi-t-ion- , its UC lit- - 13 iK me ueg inning, and ' . r -- 7 & Defts. be thkeon for the uurouvi; ttt'.-- MJ 'til't.tiv NOTICE. x petunlion ot tb lestinn.r 'Vf plfeiit the lollowinc a h .What'ls ilio Best Ronioidy Foi The said V. H. Davis, Jame3 pected to be given. pti.t - Lcnstipatlon? This Februni y M. Hayes and F. M. lines, are l'u.'.. btuinltUii, liettrr Lt Thfj la n (juration asked us many tim Curl:r Con! Corn'fm y Mien Iwtiti:, u and eae.lt of ihem is hereby noticadi cl ay. 'J lio nnswcr Is ' irurn rliaip fied that Plaintiff. Carter Coal By Black, Bla.;l. ,u. Ja-m .fuc liiilb-ivXL liru?i niv bticl; i. e- ' iiiiulh obvious that it will, trt the kv.v office! Alun:;. . Cotnianv. ' .it tllll-t'l IfettH I mixnTirmmtM i ,M ic unfair to punish the Woguaianteo thcin to be satisfactory of Bluck. Black & Owens, in V you. Sold ouly by us, 10 ceaUjjjr. firnifiiieniiii' alter f' "p in conforming to a Barbourville' Kentucky, on Mar. lliertlluvt. lii'cnniet lliilei mini ul tht i t r, M. E. Church. Herr J;n DniQ Co , Ino ,.,'f." ,. :i. i u .! public policy for acts f li"iii"'iit ami piniliil a tiiuc 29th 1915; take the deposition of P. L. Centcj i. of Wilton, wan Robert Bain. W. P. Westerheld, tiii h ..t ti.e time of rvimnuseion 'i utcJ I ennfi t a rati' ti Mil- n.v igablr v.a1. i jr i ,,,,, l Kegulur Si'iucc ai l!,.- M V in our city tin latter patt of .he 1, mil that ritv twenthottn.i .ii- ..,iM,veti I.,, pub.ic opinion. M. Davis, Rufus LKeele. Church SuiiUny murintiu' jh 'i ' i" the week to see hi'S beet girl who John li'urderd. riifK-- the beginning depie-velieciu i Ik i.te ji, woi king oat he order will prm. I. nt Mi W. R. Maraee and Robort L. Irig llti. Ili- is here from Mt Vernon. in' Kidtiev IMU tln-rof this m. Whcr of tin Commission such elevation W niul i' -- ti a marked Davis, beginning between the tnorniiif hum impioveiiient niul FORSALK Hickory Stove wood Gregory will ptvtu-- j! tinivii.vj.. viefe ,.. il i at?, to the depiessed points I b,.' elll'lfl) hours of eight o'clock in the hour iiiiiject: ' Wl :ii 'I Link vun.i.' $1.00 per load delivered "i. it tended to the interior, ivoran v reductions to tne T. W. Minton & Son. forenoon and six o'clock ia the Chrlat". Xliific it .?i mii' points were thetvli crept. . &U eMit, ut all ileule-1ii'iiuber of mterxn&- 1'llf' con- oetvicu. r.vuryhoilj o 'n. uii1 iinl Mr. & Min. Sawyers of Corbin, afternoon of said day, and iimplv a L I'm a kidiie V.lieie the ato-- e cimwtitir. .1 ' ' . vol at least pre- illt! e day nntil the bear Hin uu-o-' , were the jrue't of relatives here tinue from dax to llieilv - ef tiullll'' Rlili,'. t.oor more muil.ef, jv i.i r ... pfijpU 'in joi the carriers.' same shall be completed, and yoaii' ill.- i he urn- -I hat Mr. Brntigli the latter pnrt of last week. ot inoie cainei m,ultmg m i", no easy ' r i: x. ii'.vi!.- - I'.iNt . "' t"ll hud. Inter MllljUri! ' that said depositions will be takEdward W. Scent of Rowling in even v..u-i- . i' I lip- - , OUUUl'l, lit been undertaken in ' I. All VI. there wa- - nh Green vi ,'ed homefolk3 Saturday en in befialf of the title to the ' it.i direet water eon onform to the lar, following described two tracts & Sund-v- . Do Not Gripy potition. . and to be fair Wc have n plen ait ixitlivo th.it H1I Di. uuuiMt tlnidie, representing of land, the one known as the do jUit vrliftt you want it to do. These conditions iindju. patented the Owensboio Wagon Co. was in Robert Bain "00 acre lo llu PropieS(rotl by contributed to the connnc.i .ijin cbe long and our City Thursday the guest of trated tract, and the other ftoiironiK of the So;ii h: and industril development ol .. .nestle in the South We sell thousanJs of tin tiin1 sa Win. Canon Black. Dr. known as the John Davis 200 have never interior South and, while u.o ttenu better ru'.o.! f rtlio '. ii' nei to. interstate FOR SALE -- House and Lot in acee patented tract, situated in bavrcb. fc'tlJ only L u resulted in more fieipient deo u .i mi - are m the South a k:-- v i of t'.ie Inteiatate (. , !.,, Kv. on alliston Ave. Knox county. Kentucky, on tHe Hernilon Ornu Barbourville ut rates that Call or address V. C. McDonald. waters of little Poplar creek C'linmerce Coinini-n'opursuant tuios from t!ie .ng ynd haul principle of the ian-- tie '' i, untj the principle. i We nil Imp,' t . ini'i 't iiijuiiuiiiei.ts ol Federal law, carriers Henry Smith, of Middlesboro, and Davis Fork of Brush creek, Hut had every rea-o- n 'I .i i'Iv we'll hi- mil ih("I ii i' i .mm&tmna are to to u o.njt'L a general levisson of was here today. aud the title and claim of the Jlmt)lattf U if x r,' il " ii .'Hi heve that then practite had ' i' :q intrastate rates Siu'li'Mtt fraip-h- t It is rates. to Iili?hboralill He in, Im n ll III tl S. A. Smith is in London on eaid Carter Coal Company v a'.- .ght into harmony that the people of the approval ol thepnbln. legal business this week. sa'd lands thereunder. it was not diiectly the lvjuitul n i. vied interstate ad- South should be informed as to A ivtli1, linrii ur eviTi- , ut public demand. J M Robsion was in London on being n vl iniler the First Tract . iK the for this revision and slowlv it legal business this week. Now, the Interstate Commi;.. ot tne interstate Ccm- ihBeginning at two chestnut that hrcfis n In it It- it !' K principles upon which it is 'i Commission pur.uun to the i. ii. Comn.o i. .n. It is the Pur- Several of the boys were up oaks and a hickory., corner of a SNOW LINIMT l mi li.in - .il- - litin;' made. quiiernent ol an jruended ia.. p from Gray this week. ..i the railways of the South survey made in the name of G. wnyi prepnred tor iu h i'ixoeptinir the Norfork & Westhas concluded an enquiry Iiv to take up each intrastate revision Mrs. E. E. Sawyers of this City Carter; thence n 10 e 60 poles to Price v" .1 hv ern. Chesapeak ii Ohio and Vir- oik anl t'l rates from the Eastern Seabe.ui itn the seveaal State REilroad warmuch oiipmed and grieved a white oak; thence s 69 e 40 J Frunl. Ilnv.ii, 'hintv. 'vt. ,'iiuan Kail'.vas. wiucn lie in including the Virginia Cnie-fro- Comitu? ionOrt'.cuil Classilication territory, at heart to hear of her youngest po!e3 to a hickory; thence s 32 e .1. K Kmiy President. South Atlantic and Cm i Atlan the railroads of the Southeast daughter P.esie being married. 50 poles to a chestnut oal. in Ports, and from Ohio and Mis- Ik- L ot Lite Railmad Company. Sotnething for Nothing virtually no part of the five the gap of the ridge; thence 53 Rev. W. F. Gregory and. Rev. into the V, A Win bum. President, Ccn-tu- il per cent increase in rates recent-I- . sissippi Rive E. N Early are conducting a serie3 e 60 poles to a forked maple; To Bet Httitti'tl uitl. i. i. ile Southeast and Mississippi Vallev oi lienrgiaRaihvay Company acquiesced in by the Interstate ii" u of meetings at the Trace Branch thence n 69 a 22 poles to a hick- you tin- rulluv, uif uttei territory. As a result the Com M ll Smith, President, Loui3. CO e 50 poles to a fl.Tblor Uim llo-- t I'rut.l .".' f '.' ininerce Commission. While M. E. Church, expecting to have ory; thenca n ,:!...' i. Nashville Railroad Co. li the need of the carriers of the mission has in large meaaare on in white oak; thence s 58 e 75 poles fill II t I'lilWII HI 111,' "P1 a good and successful meeting. demned existing departure ftioru U Harihan. President, Sea-- i Will stand firemi' i;nmi. n lie South for increased revenue is to two white oaks; thence n 18 A: I. tne Railway. Fairfax Mrs J 11. McDonald of this e 280 poles to an ash (this line Celi'hrntcd Sml "t II..I.mu:i -- mi o itainly no less than ia that of the long and short haul requnv- Ui. ., .itiil will id President, Southern City ha- -' just recovered from a being 346.3 poles when run on uml Tholboli A ment. except where justified b H .iri-uIn il the Northern and Eastern roads, vuli IKK) Cabh.u'i IMji.! competition beyond the ajutK t....lv i1 t.iiiiiaii. serioiu attach oi Pneumonia fever the ground) ; thence s 53 c CO KHI m i V".ii l1 that need is in no way related to .lint o ii and Brmuliial Croup. 'J'i iMlo. MiUitl poles to a chestnut oak; thence iliT 113 llillll.V tilnf il ,M'U the revision of rates now in pro- - of the rail carries, a phrase vl Von vi i.il iii'-!- ' i 'ii I anses soley irom the came to Le testrictfti to ) in s 18 w 40 poles to a walnut, wiucn A Convalescent l und Put.it f'lii 'iff i. I'lwi direct requires ft food touio that will rapidly Ujt.m.stl: Thsujht. thence s 40 e 40 poles to two tato can tfupply ill netfsitv of more nearly con- - tion. or indirect watei .ompet. We buiU up ti5uo 1" uv.a 33cret will taMljr ;'viniuir to the "long walnuts; thence s IP. e 35 poles VTLANTK' l'OA-- 1 in Obiou-ly- . ltr the lemoval of u.Y Hi.' "I .uid ohort haul clause" of the law ' to a red oak and gum; thence tel :i .inieiidi d in 1910, and as now .i87 w 35 poles to a hickory; thence racing llltpopheiphllti is a most i liable prescription which W Olive- Oi- l- Fk'sli Btiild'H' Lou 'trued by the Interstate 16 e20 poles to v chestnut oah; n always iciumuieuj for that purpose. .ubls One of thebietkiiouu.i'i Commission, thence e 37 w 85 poise to Ittur tissue builders tUrndon Drug Co., Inc. The ortjnnal Act to Rejrulate gums; thence n 30 east 90 poles Tan WAMU- i- Chestnut-oaEin?sidn I'liininerce forbade the rnakin?of to two chestuat oak3; thenc n Bark. Write tr.Mir.t'ill Hup ' 45 w 150 poles to a gum; thence is both n tli'jh build- r .md 'u rva totua. lo'.i'i i rates toi a longer than for ' Middlesboro Tannery, Fleasixnt to tale. l.u to iii.aS. a shutter distance within the same n 37 w 80 poles, corner of Wil Middlesboro, Ky. liam Hubble and said Rain's; it line or i inte under substantially Iteriiiloii Druy Co. In Mrs. Jus. Gibson of this City thence n 40 w 230 poles with the same circumstances and conrti it u dition. :i nuin.iii tliiul Tup carriers were ircc As lout' has been very sick for two weeks. same to the beginning, and conj JS :o t i IfUi ii?WWt limn Is Ji'alouint lii'i in to meet competition as they found - tt.VRev. W. H. Birch a citizen of this taining 200 acres, more or lass. AT 3 he liAfs In i.i ii,'i. it and were required to answer rif'T" i v.u, City has been on the sick list for Second Tract "i itlu uiil'. upon complaint as The lotidi'i a uni:iu rvjn'wiV a to the a nuinuer of weeks. Beginning at a maple and two tilt' ll'Wl'l ol tin III Hill reasonableness of their act. Mrs. 11 L. Sparrow of Louisbeeches on a bank of a small The amendment of 191(1 de- ville, W. S. Nicholson of Corbin, brach that runs in on the Sure Cure for Xal.irrh i rived the carriers of the right to and MiSb Mattie Johnson of Loneast side of Peeled Chesiuut initiate departures from the long don are the guests of Mrs. J. D. branch, beginning corner to a dtate ut Ohm and shovt haul reqiiiiement, and ,L .i . AgciiU tor !. JurJ." "1 'I'tiU'iln, Tuggle this week. the may no longer meet compe-- i 50 acre survey made for Joel D. i I.iii':ic I'diiiit. Miss Nolle England of Atlanta Partin;, thence a 50 e 80 poles to All Kinds ot iuip!i' v oils (jjisoiine. I III ll.' I'l'llllk J. fill nil tit inn ni thev find in if the long! " Il ;i Ga. and Miss Mable Ellison of a bcecbS thence n 19 e 5f polos he lii NiMib r p:iltn,'i "I t haul lequiroiuent of arid It.ap;iipiti!g aiul Cl ining. Williamsburg are visiting their to a stake in a line on a 100 acre & Ol-- dlllllt' llllHIIH'ss ill llM'lol 'niiuIJ the law involved, unless they ' I'oli'ilu Cuiinty mid grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. T. survey made for Joel D. Partin! and li tit mini ilriu ivill p i, tin- inn ctin lieu obtain the approval of Give Us a Call, of ONIMil Nll:t li Htil.i,lS England. w 35 poles to a stake, for eiivh and n'.ii. the Interstate Commerce Com-- ' thence i of I'l.tari'i .1. LYNN GULDEN, .s.itti Sid.-- Public Square. ! uied In tit u They v. ere turtln rmoi e mission. R. V. Goodson, the candy man Partin's corner; thence n 12 e ttiat cannot be Ai!UU IT HI. S CA HALL retnured. bv this change in the was "seeing our Merchants Tues. 112 poles to a black walnut and IRA'XK I.UM'.w Y NUTKt: dogwood, Partin's corner, thence In- iw to upply to the Commission .i SWultl til lit IU" t llvi Miss Eva G. Hunt, of Bell Co. .; ), ed in my pu eu,' . Ui- - i .my of in foire illUhority lo continue Its n T5 e 40 poles to a chestnut t e - hrvb" given that the visited, her sister, Mrs. C. M. oak; thence n 37 e 52 poles to a Doceniboi A. i). IhSb. .1 !i rates existing at the time of its lUrv rnuk (iriiifi . iviluo i.wal Co., acorpor-..-- . A. rienl j ILE6S. N ... .jt.ii (ji i'i. ii,i Kelton Tuesday. N'oinry which contravened the jvilif Hf..l nmtl.tr oak; thence larae chestnut paaije icuied to do buaineJS (tiniin.l wliilt- jtrwiy, in Vmni in HrII' Ciittirtli I'tiw ui'ik.ti in lone und shoit haul principle J. B. Campbell, R N Jarvis, V. west 116 poleB to a beech, corII f.tti Va , InlnritiA. iil U.'i .1, ' . (.'oMtig up its affairs. n.i. teruaily und lulu dirotsliv up c. McDonald. J D Tuggle J H The existing- rate structure ol A.lilte- a 50 acre survey made for i llttHl'.'-- , l.'rdmoud. Tm Feb. 15 1915. dvnril Jarvis, J M Robsion and others ner toDavis; thence s 32 e 122 blOUdblltlll lllllUHItcatiiiH'iil il.- lIUv syttcin. solid fot lie the South is not the creation of tirnex ,ahitiv;toti. h i I': TdT.iel Jellico Coal Co. in the country talking John are out AddU'iH traffic manage! s of this genera- poles to a stake; thence n 45 w t ... S. Black, Secy. Good Roads this week. . J CHI'Nt i'. !. i rniii :ni ii i ii ihoi 110 poles to a Spanish oak and &bickiLrv ne ..v... ..............if 'ri i . Tol. di. Hum. wt Vvrtr I cu-v!' iii. Many People In This Tows black oak in the Peeled Chestnut tSold by m11 lirugut T' ll.se who built the roads undlmnt'iiMie tuihhslun.' hem, u. .i.s 'i.i- - itu'4tinj worms is never really enjoyed a toed until Gap; thence s 58 w 67 poles to a Takvtlall j IViaitv I'tll. ui i'..'i ai explanation hugely in! to rnploy nn ietivc man oi wnutr. wo advised them to take a ..I ui as growth A few tornmunitj to i .m. stake; thenca n 21 w 166 poles Dttpntion. tnr seugmphv ot the South, and " ,hi ,a" 111 IKS CKE.VM YER-- . U" ., pMw poho which eicour ff,fl'"1 ' to a stake on a line of a 100, acre 'l" "' '.ion im ii drtru? and expels The changes lf,r ri),ht paru igtM its cieation. before and after each tnol. jlSsIJ ofily . surAey made for Larkin Tuggle; FOR SAL!: dpw Wl,i. tt v i iho child immediately is5- by ua 25o.cbor.y now in progress are not of theirdermc., thence s 33 w 16 poles to a stake. PubUth. U.s 1j, 1 am otl'ennir toi sale m. Orug Co, Inc. nad tbrircs t".o Herndon improve New oik .in Time q Sot, Tuggle's corner; thence n 10 w story lesidence un lne ti 't: 'earners' choice. mill. I'uec 2Sc per bottle; Water competition, the most - l Something for Nothing. 135 poles to a hickory, chestnut, this liQine has 10 ivom.-1- h.,11 no Adrt 1. ink llrwn; Something can norer be got tor nut. chestnut oak and red oak. stairs and down, n plumtieil K.r iiniKiiuun tactor m onnginir u- nothing, repeats the wayilde phlloio-pho- r. gas and electricity , t ivt hunt departure from the long and' Gas m tu stomach r loui comer fo a 50 acre survey made v;ater, On the contrary, there ars som TacklniQ Hopeleit Task. thence s 80 out uuiiuings. i'J,oveaeii,,horthaulDrjncj je of tne ftW ft disagreeable wruptoui ot h ioi e for James Johnson; things that can be got tor beaUQJtl "I am now ngagcd on i . , room resiqeuce vn ..... . cnooi Is oue, when it'i untcnulttd. Ad- w 30 poles to a beech; thence n :..i. w peculiarly inuuenuuon indlutr Tojivtiul ut it uuikkiv d i(; ii tor a new coin," said the STfliS, for sale: also some aluabk coal ' I dci i see why we- need it," rspUed vice is anothor '' 1G w 100 poles to a locust: and timber lunds. Call on or ad ' the rate adjustments of the South. take HEKBISL. It i u uinrvi-loi- i 1:im ikiB.mie "You can't malro nmw i" surrounded as it is on, three aides liver stimulant aod bowel puiihci so good s 13 w60 poles to six dress, thence luoklne as to rndf It L. H. Jarvis by navigable water and penetrat- - Price'Buc, Sold.ly I Frank Hawi-- uwro ipular tban It alreadT ia." lyony; thenct 1 20 w 104 poles to Barboun'iho, Ky, PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTJOW. twmtw(; . ebyriavifUblf :ptrMnw. Tw rfkii ety-- Ad v t jNm't cor Come in und pay ..- -' I . ; your and sviteh us smile. 200 aciej, more or . And the said, depo. itimt. i.ta unif It omt' uml v ' UHaaa; vwa vidi l.iril 1 Hie OttUit thi'tl 'lite .' ltV weiik kidney t'lii.f's why iJourra Kiln v rjr- -,. .- I- - i J: .Fr,'efi , . ' can be maintained by ,:. iL iiuiii nouriiu- - j ...i. i uik uc !.ti nent, and Nature's awn oil. iooi'm Scott'a EmnlAtnn I itrengthencd thouwnd of uen and women to continue their wcrk j and usefulness for many years. I ScoII'm Emulsion Is a fcotl, a roeil- - I cine una a ionic to keep the i blooJ rich, avcld rbeuniaiibfn yt and thwart nerrouj eon Jitions C ii is iree irom aicotiel or hana-ftdnujs. The best physlciai prescribe It. .. b the '.ituAtion, stited: leai that the re. a large percentage of .ii the Southeastern ter- Aot.ldbvHo unpairwl by pi icwlure as to make it ' Ur thm to meet their in per.'V'j. taxeii and u$k' and leave their ideri een k m derate : VHM ": am. i1 iiiiel.v - n i T il , i r.- i j . i . . i - - (i - I 1 I - vatei-i'imj(.rit- i - I : ll'f,- - V di-tr- Si(.-vi;i- I i , - . t'n'l I ' - I . i . i I . wi 1 . 1 d 1 i lij,-uiit- i . . i tra-tut- , ' i - I . - . pr-ipe- r r- - - ! if;i-n."- , I , - I .' .u-- i . m ie - Ciu-sing- s. .. - 1 ' s : - i 1 1 i . V. r- - l 1 ' i Si-ni- i fe ...,-t'il OXZSL . I d i , - c Com-jiwii- v I UNIVERSAL FORD" k SfeSr - I - -2-5- -"lo Z5m?. it'u'-n'- ,y i i U-. aIV JBKaBi w I . - j The ttitrboist'Yfiit- Kulu Company i 111 I , I rtl I I - 1 tl ". WANTED , I .r- ' i (. . - I i :! ...., r - . . i . .. . ,""f " , j , I 1 i- noUUsc-Lov- u-t- ;,....i.-.:i.- - i , jwtn , i.( d i i. ' iirth ii'iais iiMrjJ 'Ai- - MM W' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE haiiljng . T, on Depot H MkM REPORT I G. a per bill 7.1 Go.den. labor 1 00 G. M. Golden, labor 13 12 2 25 Sollie Mills, for hauling on Fanner Sfoemore. on streets street . 11 25 ff ' I I ft i 2 0" S 10 G. M. Golden, labor streets Jack Tye. Inbor dgs CO GSlFirat National Bank, coupon S'ttming the Receipts flnd 00 ?No. 19 & 20on 1914 bond 50 00 Hoy Henson. Lil or o'lKllniMj lti.it rstnlutkv CalsUdJ . Disburseneits for the tear 221 Birt Catron. cuiTiinis.ion on, ir. M"-lH'. pc.lie.-The National Ban!: o f .Violin' W.ilcr NX'III Do That No Olhcr 1914 for City of Bart- .jrvilie 1' (4 Birt Cati. in, saint y tir Nov 25 00 tax collection in Spt. 59 A Black, coupon No. 13 VPalcrCvir Dbcovircd Has 15 05 25 00 P. L. Ports, crudintf side bond of 1914 S T Mel, salary fv- Nov. Oonc Mirlull'-in11 25 7 05 TVi.nl i.f walks G. M. Golden, labor Barboui'..iU VLy., V,6S6.70 uientsfnrthyear 9 37 A. T. Shm. grading side00 Jack Tye. labor Jan. 1st. 1915 V will i.ike the albiiitiia out of ' 11 12 7 75 walks Dan Walker, labor Hon. J. M. Wilson. Mayor, and our vrntci in tlirrc ilnvi, nnd we Kw.eils. 11 12 Josh Williams, for hauling James White, labor I)ardof Council of the City of mis lion un Aug. 1913 Ha ciiritij nil cfi" of ilinhctcs that 2JL00 garbage Robert Shoups. hauling on tax A. Bowman on 1913 tat 517 93 .liink the wntcr We will tfive relief fcirbourville, Kentucky. 10 12 5 40 S. T. Steel, notary for Scpl 1G 05 J. F. StanUlon 19l3(iiies 53 35 jtreet:'. collection to the most severe cnes of kidney C.entlemen: 4 02 Bii t Catron, aiilnry Tor Sept 25 00 Barbourville Electric Ligh Co John D Henson. labor W. M. Mitchell for light trottWui otto day, and will b. Herewith 1 submit my report 125 00 The National Bank of John W. J. SKirks Co. stone, car lights 25 00 tiunchire oh! v cure ntiy 'nso iu ten dayi 12 2ft 8'towlng receipts and distribution A. Black, coupon No 14 on .1. rditcliell, Na. G104S for dieting J. A. Bowman lor balance Stotnncli trouble will be relieved ia . o: receipts for the eai of 1911. 1914 bund 25 00 W. J. Sparks Co. st'.ne, enr : ,t'-- Jan. and Feb. 21 00 t'O twelve hours, nnd we will guarantee on 191 ' covr tax Respectfully 12 26 No. 71104 Barbourville Eluctiie Light J ,' .Viiliiuns, hauling garL. &N. I!, k. V fwr bal it to cure any uise in ten days if it Co. lights for July 2 00 150 00 W. J. Spiirka Co. stone, enr bage in Apul C. C. SMITH. ISO 13 ImRii't litcoitie cancerous ance on 1918 taxes t Bladder 12 25 hill Sept. 19. 1014 Birt Catron, salary for Apr. 25 00 L. C. Miller, lent of room City Tieaaurer. Bill Catron for delinquent trouble olutjy Kind will be cured in 2 00 for City election in 1913 2 00 W. J. Sparks Co. stone, car Bin Catron, killing dogs tuxes of 1912 and 1913 52 72 ten "lays It will cure any old sore 1 00 T. r. 12 25 No. 09709 Faulkner & Co. tileimr Jack Tve, labor J. II. Jnrvb lorJ'JM fines 215 05 by bathinj. in it for two or three Disbursements for the Year. G. ?.l. Golden, for lock used 31 35 J H Javvis. aalary for July and cement 123 00 day We vtuorniitte it to cure any C. G. Cole for 1914 Iicen-i1 SO J. T. Williams, for hauling J. P. Golden, for helpinsr in 45 00 Hall August and September Birl Catron for Uixe. cnl- chc of catarrli ol the head or bow- 30 G. Si grading sidewalk? 3 37 vmrbago 'Men. labor 2 50 G. M. Golden. pa ireighton ( vou jrjnk this lertedin and for 1914 5 2S 3SLs itl tt.t, ,i,iys 1 lountain Advocate, printing H T. Milter, forwhell- and stone, cars No. J. A. .1. Mitchell, making i'tll J. M. Wil ,011 for lime. old for ten clays you will be .ab. water 3 00 franchise 2 25 29 fli 03214 bari. 38 00 as per contract 38 50 tinltitely lice from constipation or Cemetery rompan 1 75 TV. S. Hudson, punting S. T. G. M. Golden, pay freight on ole. salary for Apr. 16 05 G. M. Golden, dynamite and J. M. W bon. Mayor for any organic trouble, as it positively r. D. Cole, printing: in full 4 87 P. tbcuivillf Floctric Light 1 10 stone, cars No. 45134,07- and blnckuinithing 2 75 will tcstore every internal organ of tilnmi'. sold.T.,1. llate o. R. Jones, rent for City 125 00! lames Noe, 99 feet of nid. 53 Oil J. M. Wihon, Mayor for Co. for April 301 and 04N5U the body in ten dnjs If it dosen't CO 00 Hall for 1913 ' 8 37 Joe I Hopper, ualury ua An- 13 30 G. M. Golden, labor v.ulk at Doana' 25 the ticntuient won't cost you anydirt sold W F Costollow r. F. Faulkner. & Co. tileing G 75 72 50 P. .1. Mitchell, for dieting es ! tor 3914 Jack Tve. labor J M Wilson. Mayor time thing 4 55 G. VV. Tve. freight and dray-;;r- e 1 , in full 27 9.' James White, Iabur prisoners 25 .uj(l ) T Wilson Vou can et the same results, if e Co. V. . J. Sparks 1 10 T. J. Hale, livery bill for Sollip Mill.-- ., for hunting on on cruder Mayor for JM , it is not convenient for you to, . r rr- .,! 50 33 in full Vi streot3 i.iriLatron, i:airy ioriay o uu. ij.rju committee 30 come to the Sinti;s, right at your Birt Catron tileinc W. M. Mitchell, postage acG. M. Golden, pay f might oil :. T Steele, aalary for May 10 05 r Cumberland Natural Gas Co J M Wilson. Mayor for home, as we ship the water with 2 00 G. M Golden, killing dogs 5 00 count in full 1 SO tileinv wld James Noe cts, City Hall for March 1 40 atone, cars No. 45194, 0S- lull directions, excepting rheumatic Idirt Catron, hauling garbage J. M. Williams, for hauling 201, 70157. 09137. 70713 79 R. II. Carothers it Son, for J M Wilion. Mayor for eases; they must come to Springs to 5 40 and labor 2 50 G. M. Golden, pay freight on garbage 2 75 rock sold W II Harris Court Docket and Order j;ct well lie sure to write for onr prisW. H. Davis, ditin? 8 oi atone, cars No. 00S73 and Dan Walker, labor 10 51 M Wilson for lien on Book fiee booklet 12 05 full oners in W 00 But Catron, killing mad dog 1 00 32 00 Jack Tye. labor, 05303 Joseph Sampson for sideP. Stanfill, co3t in Davis J. 11 00 Ri.t Cation, aalarv for Julv 25 00 G. M. Golden, pay freight on J. A. Dyre. labor walks . 13 15 Kentucky Cailsiiad Springs, Inc. case deducted fiom jailors 1 25 IG 00 J M Wilson. Mayor for Bob atone, car No. 451S7 Chaiio. Doram. labor T. Steel, salary for July 10 05 KENTUCKY. OI.'Y RIDGC, i. 2 75 bill 2 30- G. M. Golden, labor 4 50 Brauk.v Rees. labor 20 00 Barbourville Electric Light Goiii3 1913 tax and cost J. A-- Bowman, coat in Davis 150 0!) JM Wilson. Mayor for Juki Bige Part in. lor hauling on Co. livhts for October 18 02 Jack Tye, labor FREE case deducted from jailors 2 70 Dan Walker, labor 18 75 Sollie Mills, haulingstonein streets Hardy 1913 tax and cost 4 22 1 10 t'tce Trip to San Trdnclsco bill 01 24 J M Wilson, Mayor for JenSollie Mill?, for hauling on October 19 25 James White, labor G W. Hammons. mistake Cxposlliou 11 00 Wm. Walker, labor 3 87 Sollie Mills, amount retained streets nie Henderson 1913 tax 1 50 of Poll tax charged 15 00 Mike Powell, labor in Sept.' 22 08 1 25 G. M. Golden, labor on hauling 3tone 3 20 and cost Tin- Snutlmtn Vwimiiti's Magazine Alex Tmelty, service dsc-tio11 12 J M Wilson. Mayor for 1913 G. M. Golden, labor F. J. Mitchell, dieting prisRobert Shoups, hauling on . is utlcrnii,' :i trip lu the 2 00 omcer foi 1H. 25 20 i (3 oners 15 20 Jack Tye, labor tax and cost on Ilinkle streets GxpoHitmn. with nil expenM. Cuunon unices election Baisovrvilte Electric Light Sollie M1II3, ior hauling on 4 .10 se i)8id by thuiu G. M. Golden, pay freight Full tnforma-wilproperty IX2 cincer for 1913 1 20 125 00 bo scat on rHiacst. Write, Mor Co. lights for May on limestone car No 09320 15 32 sheets J M Wilaon, Mayor for Wm F. W. Stent, ites elecTour Southern Fttt National Bank, coupon 10 75 J. T. Williams, for hauling G. M. Golden, labor Smith 1913 tax and cost 3 05 uk r . n- - ii.. 2 00 Nashville Vmiiui nn. tion officer for 1913 2 50 J M Wilson. Mayor for C A o uu jack Tye, labar ;o .. on itua oonu garbage 9 12 li TenneMue. G. C Hwaltr. services elec3 90 1 02 A. T. Sims, grading walks J. M. Robsion, entertainment I 59 Dan Walker, labor Stnnfoid 1913 tax amaxt.0jiKmwa0Baxma 2 00 ' tion officer for 1913 " 100 00 jame3 Noe, labor 3 00 7 35 P. Ports. of U. A. R. 7'00-09- ! H. T. Lambert, rnitai e of 11 87 Robert Shoup3. for hauling iSSUsTr i9H McKinley Wesley, services G. A. Golden, labor 1 50 poll tax chained 1 13 11251 on atreets Jim White, labor 9 00 a3 rod nan " ftecnipii illation Barbourville Electric LuTht 10 12 Bavbourvilie Electric Light T. F. Faulkner & Co. tileing Dan Walker' labor To the lion. T. .1. Asher, Judge Co. lights forDe wr; 125 00 Ja.k Tye. labor 3 12 and cement as per bill 21 30 Totnl amount 150 00 Co. lights for August Bell County Court: Barbcurviile Water Co. Oct. of receipts $ 7.OS0.O9 jCnt Mitchell, for hauling on jack Tye. labor . 3 G2 F. J. Mitchell' dieting pri t i ..irt wuier iou Ar. WE. the undersigned citizens fn , DO iiovana uic. nuo 12 60 Balance on hands gIreet3 oners as tier bill G. M. Golden, labor 3 02 , T,i4, ,., of Pineville and Bell County hereJosfphus Moot e. ei ices as u..!.-.,nn 2.950.40 January 1st, UU-- I , fni. 1MW1II1 50 Arthur Cannon, services as Dan Walker, labor W. WIIIV Alt by petition your Honor, that one councilman to Jan. J 1914 9 CO1 streets J. 0,()3O.G5 1 00 Fanner Sizemore,' hauling on Total special police Dr. P. C. Ervis. is now and has Loss amount of dis50 3 00 Algin T. Suns, service' a streets been successfully treating the t&uricilinan tJan. J 19L. 9 50 , M CO G. M. Golden, burying dogs 2 00 1 25 bursements in 1914 special police Supeni50rl9l4 disease known as pellegra, and W. H. Drttierage. !v. H. Green. as per voucher 7.GS0.7O C. L. Walker. City's part for OOJ. T. Williams, for hauling h:i3 wrought jome miraculous o ou V.. '. councilman to Jan. J jyt'i 00 Hipper, cros ina; on school street G '5 fJalance in my haiuii 2 00 garbage ' cures after other medical men '.V. C. Faulkner, serv.ces as January l?t. 1915 Burbo-ir2,343.79 have given up ilte Electric Light Rath fon Scent & Co. lumber I 00 Birt Catron, commission on the case. councilman to Jan. 3 fSi-- a cu Respectfullv submitted Co. rt.p.1 May and Juneta. collected in October 19 .7 W. J. Sparks & Co. lime- Mrs. Broughton, daughter of Mr E. F(. Sawycit. i3Crice3a? MS ilrt C. C. SMITH. 400 00 water 17 50 R.i't Cntmn none. car N0. G9320 George Shorter, and we ask your coancilnian to Jan. 3 1914 7 GO Fhit !.viti.,nal Bank, Bond City Treasurer BirtCatron .lalnn forAuir 25 (III S. T. Steel. jalar for Oct 10 05 your power to preHonor a J. M. Tinsley. sertces Examined and found correct 12o 0J S. T. Steel, salary for Aug. 10 05 C. L. Walker, sidewalk of No. i2 and 1 coupon vent him from being arrested for couricilmanto.lan. 3 1914 9 50 S T Steele, salary for June 1C 05 g. M. W. H. Detherage, 117 42 C. S. & Mary Coy t Golden, pay freight treating parents for said disease, W. M. Mitchell, services a Josephus ?.looro. Birt Catron, salary lor June 2o 00 17 7') F.J. Mitchell, sidewalk of J. 7S799 cn 9tone. car No. or having him run from out our 30 00 I. clerk to Jan. 1 :ui' Auditing Committee H. Jarvis, salary for April, F. Hawn or FD Sampson 102 50 ;G. M. Golden, pay freight community. H. C. Faulkner, Jr. sen-iceApproved Feb. 15, 1913 May and June 4u 00 James Noe, o.Mt.'.ulk of 0n stone, cars No. GG089. Given under our hands this Dec. 1914 10 05 City Atty. for J. M. WILSON, Mayor. 21 50 J. M. Wilson, salary to July 1 Colored Masons 79 11 79793. 45255 and 01277 13th. day of February 1915. M. Wilson, Mavur alary J. 37 50 John A Black, rent on safety Joseph Smith, sidewalk of as Mayor Attest: Clias. G. Cole. C. N. McGrigor. H. C. Mays, :i? 50. ' to Jan. 1.1914 C. G. Cole, salary to July 1. 78 12 Laura Doans 21 33 vault in full Cit Clerk 1. Glinn, S. B. Napier. C. C. Smitlj, salary as Ti eas36 00 R. H. Carothcrs it Son. foi na Clerk W. .1. Sparks Co. stone, enrs t itvivrin'krMb.TMMntfv oo K. T. Gambiell. B. II. Goodin, urer for 1913 No. OlfcOG and 07301 John W. Hughes, salary to 24 50 license book and postage 3 32 C John llendnckson. T. J. Asher, Cumberland Natural Gas 9 00 Bin Catron, commission on Jul 1 as Councilman W. J. Sparkfc Co. stone, cars Solcsmnn Wanted. -- To look M. II. Osborn. John.F. Goodin 3' W. C Faulkner, salary to ani fr.r Citv Hall m Dec. No. G3274 and 45134 20 25 after our mtore-atax collections in July in Knox and Thomas Hendrickson, E. T. EngBniboun'ille Electric Light July 1 as Councilman 9 00 25 10 W. J. Sparks Co. stone, car and August adjacent count ie?. Salary or land. Cn) 125 G. lights for Jsn No, G99S9 Jcseynut Moore, salary to 17 50 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. Adilross, Lincoln commission. Bbrt Catron, salary for Jan. 25 00 9 00 Julv 1 as Councilman message to Mt. Vemon, Ky 50 W. J. Sparks Co. stone, cars Oil Co.. Cloveland, Ohio. Co iot posted, read the Advocate, Cumberland Naturai Gis W. C. Lcekhart, aalary to No. GS2GI and 45191 20 25 J. A. McDermott, lime for gas for City Hall for Feb. 1 5S Jul;. 1 as Councilman 8 50 Fire House 2 50 W. J. Sparks Co. stone, cars Birt Catron, 3alary ior Feb 25 uO B. P. Bingham, salai7 to No. C9437 and 0153 Barboui-vill24 50 Brick & Tile Co S; T. Steele. salar- - for Feb 10 K5 July 1 as Councilman 0 00 brick for fire house 10 20 W J Sparks co. stone, cars 3irtCatrcn, 5't ccmmissioi. W. H. Detherage, salary to 2,1 50 No. G0873 and 70713 W. J. Sparks Co, stone, car on delinquent tax collected l ? 3 50 July 1 as Councilman 'r No. 78799 21 00 W. J. Sparks Co. stone, car Q. W. Tyo, hauling garbage 1 'J ' Owensboro Ditcher Grader No. 6530S 12 25 W. J. Sparks Co. stone bill ,. v Barbourville. Water Woiks 24 00 Co. for one grader W. J. Sparks Co. stone, car Sept. 9, 1914 14 00 of 7V.OC.V Co. water for Jan. Feb I. T. Willtams. for hauling No. 451S7 14 00 W. J. Sparks Co,, stone, car r r. 400 00 and March 2 00 garbage No. CC0S7 12 25 G. M. Golden, pay freight on c Barbourville Electric Light jp jiaint sfHU ciu", and in . G. M. Golden, cleaning fire W. J. Sparks Co. stone, car stone, cars No. 6SS11 and 125 00 .nil is lH'it'wr uu. Co. for March lights ior Oinp " 1 00 hose G77S9 56 00 No. 6T277 12 25 o 'o can hav a uf 1. J. H. Jam's, salary as Judge UbD& J. & H. T. Miller, mdse. as Sollie Mills, hauling stone W. J. Sparks Co. atone, car VGU oe i , and of absol.ile s UJl from Jan. 5, to April 1. 43 00 11 85 4G 40 per bill rendered in full No. 79793 14 00 p rothingche but J. F. Stanfill, salary as Judge 5 0U G. M. Golden, labor Birt Catron, commission on G. M. Golden, pay freight on AiBiBi from Oct 1, to Jan 5, 1914 47 '3 collecting delinquent tax 1 15 o ui stone, cars No. G164B and ,Jack Tye, labor W. H. McDonald, printirg P. H. Corothers & Son for 7116-35 10 Barbourville Electric Light 3S 90 ordinances and etc Finishes, Stains nnd Varnishes WtS Co. lights for November 15o 00 G. M. Golden, labor i tax books and postage 8 50 less than othei h.,'li lll'cwt voir BirtOttron, salary for Mar. 25 00 ;p . T; Mitchen fw deting .! G 8S Jsteel. pay tax on suits Jack Tye, labor II in your it Wv'f'iviwil S. T. Steele, salary for Mar. 1 05 90 G. M. Golden, pay freight on J5 Of City VS. Coyt & Hawn J 00 prisoner3 l:??rV ' JJ ur PAINT LOUl. rec. ItguesprKe. J.l.d m. vvunams, nauung garj. ' !uk ' fj'n m' J. E. Pfirrott, special police W$SW. stone, car No. 01315 1C 00 'Cumberland Natural Gas Co ! CO bage in March 2 00 . M.jfjolderu.pay freight on gas for November service A7WKLf 5 CO BirtCiatjrctp, burying dogs . w. .. j$&$m. iJohn Price special., police.. -- e 'ftyeA st9nj8i'car.NoN 4709 ' 15 84 Croley Hdw. & Groc : Co. .t k 4t x C5 S. T Stteele, ealaryforJan. W 'L (KJ . :tv ijfc mdse as per bill '. " service BarjpoJO'siJleJiVater, Co. water . JtgS&t'f'V'i fi.4ei svrv" Jack Tye, labor .6 87 JorJiilfoAug, and Sept. 4()(J 00 W. J. Sparks Cq; sone iv 3 CO SiaJwriwlrSr No. CSS-Dan Walker, labor and 077S BMwAlHfr-TlpJigb- t .rSO. I iCM ll..'&!fJ&XT yanYmtr rnfVifi(T'flrJJJ-t'T. . ' Prt . '-12 25 !Jim White, labor J, A, McDermott, S ofcrosV" "TA i. n '1,62 MiU & ShDupgifor.Hauling Arch Toq Jabor 14 91 ing on Dishman street ; i Lnsg, LWlkpr7iPfcrpssing wniwy tv m t - Gumbti.tuid Natural Gas Co gci for C.ty Kail for Jan. 1 .! Kmdei. rixing culvert 1 William Partin. overcharge on Rvleit Pai tin's tax " 1 '.V. H. McDonald, C. K. C. C. for .1. A. Bowman's salary 27 and I tiling dogs. W. 11. McDonald. C. K. 0. C. for J. A. Bowman's com- - 00 J, T. Williams, for hauling garbage 12 37 10 15 G. M. r,i.iK, Urvi.uy 1 25 r it Ci troi1 i' ir.miii.in o t I 1 1 Kentucky CaMsbad Springs 6-- . '' . nbso-Int- u-e- . i 1 . i G99;-!- - l.t-ht- s Mi-3- . 1 lime-tton- .... ' ... Wil-'o- I m ' 1 v 2 n - Panarn-Pacif- ic V - . r.xpn-sittoi- ;m vf : v 1 1 .Miii-arlii- e, U HOW ABOUT THIS , ... -- vj . ( W 2-- 1 ser-itesa-s . ; i To-w- it: - I inlni-vfiiprif- t . to-u- se s - t e "i j Map' rm y:im 1 "'M 'SJt r-- jv . nt; 1 m . 1 Hi Sliver ; Seal Paitits 5 tf-Av j ' l I I il'' r rssz 9-- " 1 'wuv. W'mW iswx A, K.r, wv v p s-- " t. : i 1li jtlitrft AtMTU., m 'mm;'rMitglF , J .Vte. MmSMsm ,, mm nffimF M m 7M SM , ; ' IJjtfHTSfpwfW!rv: ' '" "W11 if Ml ' Jif!!P Bell County 4r r"-- y mm M" TUi(VWf ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Church Directory V,t:.i i I What Will THi.it METIlODtST Kl'ISCOPAL CHCllCR liven juuJnrtu each month. Subtilth sjohjo HCV n Is Kiii'.x Dm?" ".' i gi p,c 5rTtti.' CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY VOTERS who did not Kegiu-te- r laat October, or who Inn e become voters since last electiV n. tan resur at the regulai voting pei-sot- J rotcssionat ( Cards. tr'fi Marr,ln9rvlcu Bvinlw - ... lOiWa.tn. frayer Meetm." Taurjday (. B. C, 1st A Ji J. Mondays, cnniSTtAN .0a.ttl. :30 p.m. In tiis elvvtioii County on t'iv V nit 'i 'in-13t- GREATEST HOG RAISING STATE 10,000 Hogs Fattened From Slops and Distillers' Dried Grninn In Duvieos County Alone Laut Year ijolli-i. Ail XKSSiffoKS. "HO p. n. I tl OVF.tlLY. Iatnr the bond Urt t out-- t nthat Bell (Vint: nun with tin' , itv.iisci vi. we h: '. i - ii' of t.n 1 i on pluces in Bid bout iile and Kentucky. it bin. worth of propel t whether w e pm any of it buck or not. we looje it iiti MXTHOD1ST EM l.OPAL:HOKCII SOUTH Seooni aha TourtU sunjar In tacb Month. we dont vote to ytt it hack, it w -- il.i"Ja"ni. get it back-wMoretrc eruc must '.ote for tn. 7.3up. m. " Evenlm? s H u ra Bond Issue, it we do not ott ". 5cUSabbath t) OtUBS. Paitor. ue the Bond Iasue ve lielp Bell ('.. rr-- r' ......-- JLj5r and the other tilt,' si tor the t.t- .n that have and have voted tor tin i..uul bond3 to bui'd pablic Masonic Much hai hetn iaid .h to hu-are to pay tins inonp latl,. Mountain L'iikik No Is" Free und Accepted liiu- M"i"t lnltsTcniple.cn that ia as e:uy a to louii (Iinn ts.ch second uturdov utid Fourth Monday ovory y'.u In end' month All viiitlnir mother ore we opend $ir.OUU.(lti welcome, nnJ nr loidtolly invited to attend here m Kno Oountv, up Ii one htse rncctmiii. more W. C. Bl acu. Mnter CnAK.O BlACr. See mud hole, and wo make one on eacli 3iue ol the one w Chapter "fixed"? we will take that M XJAR1IOUUVII.LE Koyal Arch ChaPtur. UUO.UU aa a basis ami ribiin.' u Meetalnltt Ttuiple cucl. Fourth Suturduj lit 2"J0 p. rn. All Companions nro requested little, and see where we come tc attend, ope. mil; thv Companions who out at. arc visitor in our city. W W Tisslkt VT. H. McDi.NAtu If we vote for the.?l!UiUKrU, the Secretary HlSh I'tutt State of Kentu.k-- pa. .StfUlUKH Odd Fellows of it back to us. j v o hav ot oiif- t. ir-cen- t O. O. F. own debt $100 0in lett LylUE No Jv I. LaBKLMREV ROUT I. JltlOWH. in. i ! 'tion call Ilwa.m for the Utli. tiny or Morning Sm m. luit " Evening " will we do? wlml will we do? tli! SAbbath School 1' JWp.n. Junior Endeavor It the people ot l imx (Vjnty - . 7iUp,in Workers' Cot" Tues B. 8. T4ip.ni will only wn'.e ip u! f'- - one PrayerJteetin,liiciiJfty UEV.J W MOON. rtor. moment con jid't . lutit rurin;. 'i fHCItUl SF.HVICBS they will vote imtn to rmvi lor PRGSBYTERl h month. Flnt and Third 3utiJy lt the bond issu? ' ; .j.v it is no 11 00 a.m. Marnlno-Strikwo ha : 3u p!m. I a burden it i a Rranfn 9Ha.m, got to pay the tic on each $i(m no l landay 7 ciioiicn nr.iivieiw --I??p,r tiniL"j, SAIUKDAY (uy Hteplitm In liourbun v Stoik i- rpif ScL-o- Prayer Mutiny WnlntuJio 30 p.m. l'as.ur. gi J.Hirn.ili tlie Ktntiukv (l(n .ii'-tlbe tiidd Itualct iKKfiaUiim ijtate In tliu t'nlin 'Hint Im bvfii dtnionttr.itt'd tiy talfi'o uunt Im invt ts I J car abi nt Union hogf yvru rattvheit III 111 ill imiii) un illvlUluis' vii utid dried im i'hs so iiiimk in wern tlip cvperlinent 111 the I,. II k St L. rillrnail ai hIhiic tlii'ii lin-'or tin' lino of firmrrn to ut.ilzo thin of t tic dmillrl8 f it fcedniB it s 11 plO-'il-- in-- - Teatetl Out. Regiater now and oto in the The '". il t"t. it Ihlt r"vd lnV(' Road Boid Election .March ' ijiini J In "ery 511 Iittii It lias Hi. Manip i.f Hpiii'iviit ol I 1 Otn. urid in the I i unary u?rku!t'j .. August Tth. liilf). tn'ti tu In tin best woi id 'i.n ti"m .x,. ilnn.nl tnl' ! I .iKout r r Rt'D P. alues vt ii vlio ,11.' farent ji, 1:1,4 mid Im - hjo glreli 1' ("Ink Knox Count'. Couit t th Him ri" tiUntlor. .It li 11. .in i iiltural State tn t. wi ih till' prml i'i II vast R.COMMISSIONER'S SALE and Indij ol jiii'.d. bavt tLouiatiilj ni m tl 0i-.,iiy I . Kie-.tio- IL. Iue 27, 1915. vtim vm$A W&wti ii ft Bu:t. - .t 515 I .t - jr A. I.. PARKElt i DENTIST ' !I,,K-'Cour- ) e - . Lodge Directory ru -- ro-td- s we - -- lu order of the Knox Circuit ""'i.,- " ' ','' ' ' "" ' " "" '" '' ' " rendered at its IWrnber Barbourvillc--, Kentucky term, 1014. in the cue of S. r. Kelly, Admr.. of R. N. JARVIS Flenry Kcll. deed., PltfT. LAWYER vs. J. C. Mnrsee, tl, i; Deft Oilii-.inn. iii r I'u nk .It Nil, I w ill, as Commissioner, on the KautucKy ijth da' of March. 1915. same IJaihourviile, being first day of the term of the Court, sell at Avtoinus, K.. J. E. FAULKNER t" the lughe-- t and best bidd..: DENTIST the follow tngdebcribed propertv .'tin -i r. iii or enough thereof to atisfv the I uiikl, A ( ii. judgment in said case, amount - Barbourvillc. Kentucky By . .1 -- I . i 1 i One Girth'ivs of the many digliUcrc slop fed prize j.-- at Ci .vicas County Fair OrcunJ -- F .f i I i , l . airier'a '14. "i To II i.'i. il ii.: the traiijpurtatiou tut. Vij und dried giaius u ij tank L.u u.ie hu pru ot botli t I e, 1' Kell. deed. About : settle the estate of Henry twentv-five' j J. ' M. ROBSION i ill tU . . . - . In Ul v.. i d are to pay, we ma vet a kThe Farmar's Opportunity. nnipat from the asrtcui-dia- l the rate of 51'. the interest tor ari'iierl TL,. ,ualw-- t ol. iie ibdustr ,n K department ot the State and .s if. This lndustr-pathe first j ear v.oukl bo $f HM. nere present and Government lualutenatiio Knights of Pythias with 30 yearj to pa Hip $IW Odd made addiesarj on the proper care of tut.ii.nic talc-- ij.all thjiuer manutac c'uic than ami teedlnc of bogs and the preten- tuili.t .;i33.S3l.c inJusuic umtmed Tlui KNOX LODGE No. Irf. Mist tu It we would have to pav Specimens ot distli-U- Sana-- ot toi.s ji Cattle on Muln street each Second and per year of the said amount to tion ot cholera. auf mataltiins hu dried grains and slops from tiiii.jFourth Thursday Come be tilth us, we ate ui t'iCJui uis t.leinent8 ai; pay it all back, add the e two itistlllerles wiic aUo on exliibi-tio- dumped into the vvosto neap simp)) l. always cliut tu have you with ui. KtiiiiiclvV feeders have a ' food vatuu cause i W. H. MCDOSAID, and their Cbas. DaTIS. uctlvo items togather and we liavp'f-'nal'.cd up to their opportunity A cui.i K. ol R 8, CC woic explained t iierts. 333.33Vj, take the ditleivaie. and parativtlv m..ll portion of this b, .aickly. produa u dnui and shipped to Ea Redmen we have left of the K". two, tlwi One of,t U'St advantages la rone u be used a dairy feed and lor Tchoupltoa.asTnbc No 111 .Meets every is wasted each ;,eat. U'tt to thf ft eding dtbt.' i s dried grain is tho fattening h First and Itlnl Wednesday's Sleep, ship nut credit of the Count, the inn ot lai t that bulbing ts lost The distil-in- grains whjDenmark ar.v of these dneJ I. O. O. F. Hall on Main Street. to and Holland when , remove otil) the tins 13 lh iuad tuml M Wilson, C. ot 11. $G.GG6.G6'-'jwo can use them here at home up to S ncluui. K. F. Davit J e pui tlotis of tbe grain, leaving an the mil capacity of every aniUcr in that is each eat : bejidc. per cent of protein, ulilca ol Jr..0rder American Mechanics all this,set asideConstitution of tho Is t'10 4Uelement required to tattoo the State, tbeioby increasing the proi if the and adding man its a l' It baa been supposed by many BurbourvUe Council No. 113 Jr 0. 0 A State of Kontuck;, nvau.s .ins- people thai tbe best way to fatten a mr.ikMu thedollar, annuaib to tbe M. Meets First und Third Saturday u'lui wealth oi larmers 01 the state Hut corn o'clock. All ur. invited to nttrnd tbeFo tiling at all it dot s nie.in that the hoK is to feed hard corn Cheaper Feed Than Corn. in tbe natural state yield about 13 inetliii!s for an per ' ni oi pruU'in, as much of It (i. T Wilson Sec poll tax cannot ecefl W. U. Dai C"Ui Taimeif should se'.J the corn tbe intent or purpose the um ot vl.50 pa 4s tniouRii tile an.inai uuuigesicu raise at the high price it usually' pos brii.ga, and buy, for less money, moie Ui .iilK'is' Knighls of the Macabees a year, and;tliesumeCoii.jtiluliin bm about diled grains tberctore threo times the fattening ' and better feid in the foiru of dis BooaoTuit N'v T. Mvtts ou Cull at thv lay3 it down plain that the tux in pritit.t.4 of iiatural corn By feed lers' diied cu'n- doirift this thi-Odd FelloiT Hu . !i e w.th allaila. i.in tatti n diled inn Un at s cost and property, shall not exct'eJ W. F Ainu H T MtUvr 11 otliri (lulu '11 . In.s iluwr in.ii ket for largii 'ueti Slr.Knuht Cum ; and bilttl thuii bv the itx p' Runli per hundred dollar uoith. tor Mil' iiPS3 propiit ivb of i"i almie and at viiv raucli ies. s.t; . mi i' in t hi overlooltel Woodmen of America State purposes, and .lUc tor C Modern t ' bl tbt t.i Hi unil'-r- Haibuumlk Cuinp No ill). Meetton purposes, is not this tba tec.on(l and Tourth luvsday in ah stood? It should be LKT'S MAKE KY. THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE month. All n:t .orJiully invitud to attend. Some has it that the load.--. u' W. O.'Faultni r L. Purti. A Cirri not be built onl one wa thmtitn ifixu MWtmmmjwm-mthe County: thi-- is incorrect, the G. A. R. ,i roads must be built ronntvi nit. made hnt ear. and not making l.lllh "l i; JonnO, r.tr roito .v. R. Meow in tbo a dollar. County thv Odd Kvllows HulUach Fourth Monday. the County Seats. Knn Men wuke up, do not let Bell 1 D. Brlttum Ool. O. F. But will have to Build a lint of r'ojuJ Coounander Adju'n t connecting Knox and Bell County Countv make good roads in its Aznlie Chflpter 0. E. S. Knox and Clav Count. kno and Count on our money, and we Laurel Count',, Kim.x and Whitlep tand by in the mud up to our Mttte tvcti first nnd lhlrd Frldajs. Mis. H.'A Tlr.j'ey W M. Myrtle Cole Htc County. knees and regret the day that At the rate that tlie.e roads we did not go to the polls and do can be built per mile', after we out dut : men. do your whole have made all these connecting duty to Uod and man, do your links, we will hae i'J.r.Ul'0 to dut to ..our family, your neigh- ra ;i. r n C . " we believe you rrbuild roads to tlave main ro.uK bor und vum-jcl' 'k will do it, we believe that Kno -' we will have sufficient funds to nttaSSXAit&i Jrt SVeiSSMJ it..,,. , ' iT'JrV1l K'&!Tii build from 5 to 8 nuloi up all the Count has within its con inn--" -'by W' t Creek roads when the main con- 'men enough to carr this groat a majorilv as did Bell Co. necting roads fail to go. J. '"31. Loiijill3 F3.it & waiag Go and as grentone as will Wlntlev Again, we will ha- etheH'-.tii1 uurel and Cla; . tlie.'e Counties IIoU?J Henrv Walterson 66 to make more road": and th? I. GOlJEN, Local Agent, ill all vote the Bond issue, let State will again put up anoihe i oniile. ky Barbourvillc, Kentuckr, dollar for ever; one of those $6. c ery man get busy, let us all do Tlie Scutf s tiiC't pcpuiAr trt;ed mJtrn 666.66, and we seen have the best something that we will feel proud A.tolyltIt ltf proor, tucJ tn Ire it ci toads, Schools, and Churches of of alter we are all old. lot us nc y fi'.utlet)insii t.Jj titoppiP dittmtend NOTICE A t build ourselves a monument that tfthmotJaraiV ritvitCAfffnLtsufiTiU N j;iven to all per any County in the State piicet will be a lasting as the one made Pooirlr nil t'nosev triinfrc thn toe. fr;ni 25c up. non J Ciu'd Bi.l' soir n. iv . cliiitrii or debts against Dit nt. 0 to S p uen ue ouuuoaos Lun b 0 mer will soon be as independant v tbe etute at J. C. Mnys deceased, in JiC) Alo clLrt:c a Urotte icmct V be- - B" w1 vgT m RaiIi liei open rum 4pm to properly proven, with tbe- as the "Blue Grass" farm, OtcKeairftt rti vt rl hiumc cause he can get to market with!the lronl ot ail Eur?P,e,: build:! undersiRncil Administratrix, whole monument tnat our children will bopr; rmcrs post otFice nddrcss is Place, Kj--. the products of hi3 farm, he will 'point to with pride as having an let the Peaches and Aph runninR water and Said chums must be provea as re- not then rivitc toilet ?1 prr dry quired by In w and filed with Admin ples that now litis to rot or. ac- ancsstry that made this forwaru Wi S baK M 50 iitrix within thirtv day from tbisa count of nj market waste: for istr.de for progress and civiliza-- I Lp to 3 00 ir day non. whoop up the majority, se date. Thin January 16, 1916. there will be a canning factory Largo sample raoin will be more than suie TraiATHA Mays, Admrx- 4.t x.iih prnalo lath $2.50 or maybe more than one trmtwill that we to $3.50 per day. good things p. iriWTrr''rrT n ruimi can everything from a Pumpkin, that we nave ail these are in store for only the' td'Jt' InviirJ (j nulf true to a peacn every l.,uJ. of lumber 'that hitt l)kyi ivjw.mn grille in t.n it i.t a v Hae yuur tntil will bear better prices, and there n'l'i'tji To all persons having clajrfis J.svjle ei mt fvi.,i ROBERT 0 JOUE. MnMrr. Kunt the County arfeherebv i(n. will be more factories, look at the FOR QUICK SALE. loiined that tha Counfc' has made present conditions of the iond iiKil T.f.'n arrangements with the Cterk, if they were good men today . . Q0M"ma iisJUing- ytfar would be making from a for '&tyine his $6.00 to YI,K,,Tr vwir,. Pa, ,ou. .ubscnption to me cislns, so you will not have to $10.00, per day "'",uu' " w Ad. ocate and renew It promts haulinn hickorvi pay the Clerk SO cents tot i.suihi; os to be bnrtrer. better and new logs to our factory, as it is the aaymoro claims. ,luf Uu'K"sier. It will bring good djeer tanis aro standing up and doing i to family circle for just $1 a yeai. T.NGQLP.5N, Rhinf VW? t p Whtjt WB? - each FriMeets In Iti llnll un Muin day nt 7 oclol. V in Ail meiiifcers urn the rUltuii to n'Vnd tss-i.lot- ly who mny to In our jurisdiction w. b.mcsoxaii. :. o J n jAtn-iq-, 4c 3ttt, is the lnv'lieui mie-i- Mikes Prlre Winners At a (iriat baibi'Ue un tin; O'ACliS-ui.i.- i F.ur ouuinds laat Mu, ailendcil l. .i ,imiO t.iinu'rs and foedard, there tm "ii inhibition ..urei or fln liogs " p l.uuLod ou distillers dnd gtuius and at i.ija aud manv t.ish prizes ner Fed-ii.il tllphwet tt t p ll-- y ha-- . e no su ii of the iiM'tiiM ndvaiii ui ti.e , in t k furiin At I'm lias do - and at a , mu. li i o.'t tn in "Jin the and li una turner te, ,N n have '!. feed tl.di a V. fi j. ii itie hst p t if-j- s vc-i- irKe' a ,i iilit. in .he - i ut id llim mark..' blyest tl i (f l in.r I It' j i' : u . rt' a Wla-war- -- s ' aver-ay- hct-taiiln- g . j , i ' - Tt v .'.. le-- or thirty thousand feet oflum-- l LAWYER bur. Part of said lumber is at oih f t t ' ui Bank Artemus. K.. and the balance Kentucky of btiid lumber is on Owens Bnvhcstivvillo, Branch, on the J. C Marsee iarm:also about ao.UOO or .lU.OOo J. T. STAMPER . teet of logs on Owen's Branch, LAWYER already 3naked to tin fn .t of the ti)'fiaiA't iitn " ti,,. Collec- hilland there is about 10.000 tn i. i i un teet of logs sawed, but still in Bavbourville, Kentucky the woodb. Said propertj will be sold on a DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS credit ot three months, the pur chaser to execute bonds with ap SPECIALIST proved security, bearing inter - pvo X7,iv x. . . .w J j est at six per cent from date un-l. r (ilje- .;) ' .... i i. i,... ' ,,,u"'fe ult iorce anu elTect of a judgement and jetain- - At ,l"u ' '"' " '" ' Mi lay of I. .. I. M. nil, ,ng a ljen on sajd ljra,jertv untI the purchase money is paid. tsarbouvviHe, Kentucky Me about 9:00 o clock a. m. purchaser must execute bonds POWERS & SiIITH as soon as sale IS over 01' the ' Attnrt, propelt will be unniediatel. put; .k m.lorsat Up and resold. m itDOj my hand tliK iSth day . ,. ... ol Feb l!)lfi k nsitii ' U. . BVRLEY, .M. wnutay C. 'Knox Circuit Court. .f ' i - i T "-- -- vc i I 1 Tk...t I ' -- . j l ..,.., Wl ., tat-le- u i - - 11 NOTIGC ll'laof the d SOL T. STEELE LAWYER vv i j 1 ii Mm At the Reimlar January Temi (.Mhi' tl l',. ., - .V "smith Knox Fiscal Court it was oidered that their be unplo-eBarbourvillc, Kentucky S pauper phyicuiiN a oi pauper phvician for each Magisterial District oi Knox County, v. c. 'vho is to attent and tieat all LAWYER paniieis in their respective district:.-., and ii .said diauct phvsi- - .pei I'll .1 In lit, i. Ihe, .lilt , to attend anv cianrt fail or i.'t'u-,,t .. 11.1 ...!.. uuifl....! t lillieu lipillllUUO.'O O....U.. "nux v lMe Kentucky mm' other nh vnicinn is to be Lall- ed and his compenration is to be taken out ol the distnct phjsici- - VHir I K'.IHMV, u 1'ianoyoti in- -, who fails oi lefusec to atw.irit tlit sirv Lit tend, ipiat teily payment. All nu our oriiet. lieiore yoo bay. tihoiiiuns will take notice that in uisiriiiiiriitk uuw direct rrom they will not get anything for Mcdonald I . ( i I I VMH-l- '". - I i ll o f; Wr.t . r- i U 5 rtffSv tB!awga i service" mulcted a saunl ex- tho e that have been neglected hi let icou tieatment hv the icgu-la- i di tuct jihysician. The i.' fncti r ti ' vnu-n- midillctnan's profit. N VI 4 PI WO CO, - . &:' .7 i .t m l'i- - A t.vM L. H- - Tve. Sliced .in I H V .lone. District No. li. n li LI ittamore. District Nc. l Di. R. L. Lattamore. District No. 5 Di. T (J Vicar?. District :o t Ur J. V. PuiKer. District G. V. V,r. I'isiri. t No- - l District N. L' for the various districts: Dr. Di. liaebeen J. T el Wat mhi, 5co Mgr , Tin me l'.l, Corhin, Kf. - Mousy To Loan from i Dmiici N. . n-li- ""i"- - ,,'eb'llm'.Tiurnas G. Kammons - CrVi IIe?ih' wt yu ttble aiinuall,- or r.uallLine onetoton vLut - Pcityanafa'lSS Aphitnt ?ev,ura . Apj noai .on received tor loans ?Un --j to Jlo.000.0Q. an ,.ud - J Judge Knox Count gt-.- f I . 2-- 5- lb "St toi loan will ploftse location, and oricr.j.tion vaiaui.vii "i pivpeny oilered as l i .-c j i j ' ! NOTICE toU ! K Lout-illt- , OCl-IIIl- i U a , . - ""' Attmney or real" estate man Application for FIRE and TORNADO. loans, nut applicants for agen-ci- e l'vuituiiy required to furOtlUe L.iwsou RuiJdu.i nish nt letisi two character refXi'tthsjul l'wbiiv. "Skjujro erences ami iorward postage, BARE0URVILLE, KENTUCKY nv Lv stamp, for application blanks, lull particulars, and prompt rcpiv. Write Southern Ccnfioentiai Chat. Oll.ce southeastern Mortgage I sa Mrs Brotvn Mrs Jones at Lain Assn Fourth National the club yostrda and xve bad the Bank tudk--. Atlanta, dv. iovi.li. n connucitial chat together f teb Mrs Smiih "l thought She k? I Is your property InsurcS wt. tncs t arulication for W. R. LAY loan an .. . nvpeny. and Can Or. Vi. sct.e ..s mu cvcusive reprosen-tivFiim I i Pf K-- . Proi-vt.v.- "it i ans. State im- - .... e. Uy Ga.-A- lt'-t- woulda't Judso. speak to mo this morolns.'' ... guli?cibe for the .AjivooTt?, tsaSui in nl jt.. 4 , a i.liavjAi 'MimB '8 i TIE i MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ' -- .....- r. s - ;Vg Notice of Election. I K ts embertcrni.il'. h t nn eleotion wl be be'. . PLRStT,OT to t- - irrto' of i the Kiox (Vun'v foiirt. at tho regular 5, i. r. onthedlhUnyorv.tr lie tlipurp cethe.co: of K iall In. ' rond ntul i .1 t.-o u laicp .1 mr.tv. on the qu. tioii whether cnid eouutv .'.;.( oi S'W.ieO.CO fctho pUlpO'oof Knox eenmy. The -i-ld order or election, rul et ou: in Mild order which i follow e: , 1 l. ti 10h ,t m', nVieo Is ei i)ipnltc'i rpusoor :or " the pi takinc the hereby tfivee of Knox counm't.se at' ir V:y freeholder o'd s tur.ty Kentue! linvHj 'om, vli. ..n It, e: ul J lim1 ti :iif: it I'll .ttel 'U In this ('unit - ' t r unl h 'III in Knox e K 'tit v. frr t!i purr r or v t qnoxtli nof tv dei fhoiKHn'l (kiiki) .l)inr "1'ity, for tli pun o. oi luihllnjtronrtnanl brldg . HSltlK IUIU till ' ot.hsr mi uru rutr.'illi'K r iv S 'er. ". l.OU lor bHIil p'iitio .ci on .h 6:h day M nh. 1915 and ther.ii bnvltij; examined btld pititim t im phi iKwatheretf, und fcelu; sdvlacd, iii'itba-- t nuuro ju ti.t,:aiu i.a. peiu; 12, aim ; now un"iei'rc: ORODCCD-Th- nt S'i loclon 1) hcM In Knox enmity, Kentucky therein .ueh of thi cjularly , ib thod iml exitl e; vutlnc lui", t stuno beitiir mi'r than Mxty day to' a tht; oih day ot .iur-tthe State Tre?sur. tieointtiii"; with the vear of 1915. whether we a., u the Flint; of 'h Riitl th fin. riliir of tin oider. "l tlir To Knox County:-- vote the bonds or not and our ..ill rfto hip build roads in to t t.H' iilff t !. iii of he Ji il vn' - f JttirX eoill'.t.v , KV I of bonds of Knnx loiinty. v. fioe tl!y no. lit- tvor of waiting fitt other co'Jntie ot tlie Lte. rhr The undefsiKnetl Attnipy of the Rirlwurvillobar huw been re f Ky . fur ihf pnri iiiiiUnif; of bridge' and fi'ro. urlnufuiicW ti r For wliat purpose ia thiB 5 cent ,road fund collected from .uhl ei.ua y Tin- ."herlll of Kim's rnRiis i.nty. Kv., 1h ordcrnl tmd quested to submit a u ritten opinitut onuimeof tlio letral queitionsat t die mi!iI 'u.tht-leetlou. and he eacli county in the State? &i '.'ted toe dliectd 10 eomtuet i i: r f.' r 'itiA if tlm ' .i tt rnttitf Id electMii.iiiul h it t iin lier directed o no ii the sane mid tin? p tor. '10 date of snld election it ut teunt u.irty d ttioreof for im' 1'iiiMfjln vdvoeit. p. 7 'if oi. il. v ot the bonili voted by Rn... Cwi.iL u.ul other counties ili d ii'JKtu.x e. unty. election callw! for that purpose on March C. WlB.. and thoy would !. '.mi' iiii- '.isti.1 up.it o :ulvcr:i. b .i ie will .nn. i. pr. le! ' J or road purpo-e- s. S'.ieetfully report as follows: . t eli .'tiux piet tl et in tt e ecuu t iu.i four tmbite wliieh and ut tie froi.t 10 i.f ti. t ,iiir .e in i;,irtiuriii', l!..".u jl riutd 1 What is the highest Mim that can lit? collected as a ron tax ji v Mat roads are to "t'i this monev iindDllU H.'l.l.l e poti ii ... tl i. bilui J W.u dv llii. .' i. i Ans. Section I of the road law. provide, that thet'e bo first con. atrainst any citizen in Knox County, in the event that these bonds ' e voted. rc oluill c VriVtcd to the vit-.- ti ..ft :e county, at said oluttion. ttruetod four roads, leading from the Count.v sent by the most is idl iwis; qumt. 1.: in ..ty one year cannot exceed the sum of practical and direct route to the c unty line, towmls the county Ans. The poll uAve you in favor oi issuing in bends f 1.50. Section l"0.l iin- Present Constitution of Kentucky says seats of adjoining countiej. that ib to si.. that the 'irtt roads to be built with this luonej wiil bejrin at Bwboin-nlpurpose oi buLli.ir, 1'cads and bridges in t.iat the pull tax cannot iaciih.1 $1.5t). :or the the County Seat, amount n the $100.00 that can be tissess-e- l find extend to Whitley County on the Southwest, to Clay County on 2 What is the hisrh'.inox county?" property, if theiie bonds are voted'. ! the Northeast, to Laurel County on the North, and to Bell County on both real and The ballots for sai i n ction hall b prrrtpro.1 ai Isprovldcd for in the ntnty purposes cannot in any event exceed on the Southeast, and after these lour lucid-- - ;.te constructed, then Ans. The tax rau- fot i tonerul election law. Section H59. i K'Diueky Statutes. Saturday. Febr mrv .'7.h.lUI5 is horoby w ttisido und designated s otic on the $100.(10.. Seetm.i 157 of the Present Constitution of ICen-- t such other roids as the Fiscal Court of tne Coumv may designate n. i on siud dny it spptlnl registration isdiieeted . pedal resistrution ckysays that the ta rate for County purposes cannot exceed the and be approved b.vjthe State Road Commissioner, as are the most imabe held In the cit-- . ' Hi Ii.miiU1c nml In mat pert of the city of corbl-s county, forth of fiiabling thie portant tmd will sene the jfreateit numlter of people, and so as to .j euoxBarboiirvillo tmd v'"'P"';' part of the city ot Corbiu residing in iti. , Mim of 50c on theSlUO.W. in Knox eoun-Ity of in that s distribute the benefits 3 Vliat poll tax anti what rate of property tux for County of this road fund to all pait,. of the County. and lesally kjiinlilled o Vnte.nt ttiot-i- ' eti u bcrohy called to be held, f;nd whoso names do uut sppe.ir on iho r.. .'utlon books made iu tlir (Section 1 and S of the Uoad Act. 191 1. ) have we been paving in Knox County? .nonth of October. JVll to rfsistar .iud quaiify to pr.rtlelpate ;in eaid 10 Has the Ans. Some years there ha. been a poll tax of $1.50 and some "Boone Wa " py .thjpg Jtt do with this road election, . years less, and some wau-- there has been assessed a property tax hw or this Bond Issue. Th Kib'rnti. n I.' protded fur ntul tin soetton herein provldtd ' r for shall bo eondueieu by tiioge eleeitill olllccrs Uho euuduuted tiie Ans. NO. of 50c on the $W0.tiu and otne yearj lesi. Under the Piesent . eleclton, .November itfU 11 If we vote the bond issue of $200 (ki wiltit in anyway increase of Ketitmk the mII tax cannot exceed $1.50 and the Copy Att.t .i 5iic on the $100.00. the amount of taxes that we .have heretofore or mav liereafter be County tav tantiot f If we vote the $U0o.0U0 in bonds what part of said sum will be lequircd to pay to the State? j Ans. It will not. paid by the County and what part by the State. C'leil; Knox County Court, of thiu sum.wiH be paid by the County and Ans. One-ha12 Why should Knox County vote these bonds? A (ipeolal registration will bu holti in tlm otltn; preeluctb of the city It is so provided by Ans. In our opinion will be paid h the Stut of Kentucky. Itiirboiirvllbi ntid the city of Corbii:, In Kiupc eounfy, on Saturday, we cannot build jtoihI roads without voting all quallllod ottrs to Vehrunry --'7th, 1916, for purp" it 5 and IS of the new road law enacted on March 21, these bonds. The State jiays Id the cost and the County who foiled to register at tli I.ih rt ywlur replstr.ttlon dsy in ruHtir 1D14. 5 What lenirth ot nine will Knox County have to pay its oneOctober. f of the cost, in this way, h will relieve the burden of the ' ehl, .ind t the ration half of the $200. M8) mil what rate of interest will Knox County be and i, At- tho election bt reby taxpayer. This is the most economical JZI vtion who ct,rcd at tl e last practical wav to raise h rein directed to be held, the otileei tequired to pay'.' lectton. will servo ml act at this election. money to construct the roads. The tax regular ;oxembr Kth for the poll and the years tf it desire3 in wincii property tax Ans. Knox Count v will have thirty cannot exceed $1.50 on ti . pod and 50c on the $100.00 Jlvcn under un" hand a Shenfl of Knox enttnty. Ky., thi6 Jan. 22 IVlo to pa its $100,000 and the Itonds cannot bear more than 5 per cent for the property. We have been pun y S. L. LEWIS, Sheriff this amount of poll and proprety tax and throwing it into mix! tvie. and receiving no lasting Cuunty, Ky. interest uer annum. will this $200,0011 be u?ed if it is voted and benefit from it. ti For what purpe This money will com? to Knox County and be spent how will it be used? here. It will be of untold bonelk o mir Farmers, our Schools, our n't Ans. Kor building and coiihtructina Pikes and Utidges in Knox Churches, and to eveiy form of industry, Mx SkftJ' and nctiv itv in Knox Count under the in ot vision of the State Iioad Commissioner, and county. It will place us on the hijfh )ud to growth, development ml specifications funished by him. The Fiscal 0115? accordiny, to the p! tt1 inn prosperity. in carrying ,,f Knox Coitnt will Court and Hjutd S. B. Uishman, out the plans and - i" tat ions ol tlu- htate Uoad (. omnussioner. J. M. Robsion. J. D. Tuggle, Aioiiev-baYin- a; 7 Section 4 of U IS.id Act of H14, provides that there shall be Hiram H. Owens. D: Black, James B. B. Golden. collected, uejnnni'.'.' v.,.,i the eii' of Ulo. a tax ot 5c on the $100 5? J. D. Main, . the State subject to taxation. P. D. Black. .i f value ot even nnoortv in J. F. Catron, 't u ud into the State Treacui y by each of the John H. Davis jr ruad iui po.se i , V. C. McDonald. S. A. Smith. Now in the eent we tlo not vote these 120 countiej of the Stat- Thos. D. Tinsiey, ,J. B. Campbell. T. V Jarvis. J. II. Catron, t'm; road tax into the State Tieasury? I finds Mill Ae haw t Cn..-.-- ' ': o MJtihocf ? iicrSnnr. Al fand int W. li. La1.. J. T. Stamper. li Im" topa, ,. i. tins '.' G. L. Dickenson i", An. 'ti. II be Appreciated By 3Icrit Vh;c!1 H -- KNOX COUNTY COURT r t Trm Incumber lull pp'bcr n tl'i'ti one urdre JJc'li il . imPPAH iVlHiy ee: HA, lU flMn - - '.'Sth. 1 n nin-- i I n -v , t- - v t- - n- ! 1 1 lvi"' , 1. mmm 11 eoNiNceo. mr-ne- t. - , I ii-- . . the Citizens of ..i- ; vS 111 I r ob-k- ct . . -- . r one-ha- lf nl-- - 110- eoii-tuc- n . i a-- $200,000 t. - e - .i .1 iirr-nnn- I n, i i pr-on- pur-pje- d " lv:-nla- -- Con-btituti- ce X- 1 lf one-ha- lf te euLV-hrip- - 101-1- . one-hal- f one-hal- 1 - w t Kox - s Great t I "..., aNt f - Combui.'.LioD Bargain " fl , . A rto . -- . . Evevj. '.cr- - Tins Bi Your Family. jfffi Consists of 2" of The Mountain . lvc rale, Weekly. The Cincinnati l eekiy Enquirer. ide, The Farm & F 3Iaga ine, monthly. Boys' Magazin Mchthly. K Poultry Pointcvs, Monthly Wi Oar Special Bargain Price fo 55 for all Six, liacli one lear onty Scmi-3Ionthly. To-Day- Good Roads liection, March 6ii k1 3. inr ii Of Interest To Your Patroriiv elicited 1 n-.t ii VB hi CLEAN, EASY SHAVE, f ! CTRIC MASSAGE . 's $ 40 leadins piili'lci K fiKrI"LKijX -- BINGHAM BARLfiR SHOP East Side Public lOSM rV2M' Squj'. iebourville, i 8-- Hair Cut, 25c; Clean Shave, iuc. Ky. .c.k Shaves FREE. rr 1 fl- -" to.0 -- 'iT41TT?Ti t"CJ. "?l'r"rwina r m "Vir V& w0 3$ X pS 3W 3tii JK y & g .. n ..tl '"I u ii..iinauoii with THE MOUNTAIN t.,u H" - .1 lea ler in its Cl.eEtill (it jd ADVOCAlt. " '' JI "li"Ub -- f eiitlsaod rendero. u '' and (,'le! ' vi,v tior n...u. :inm. lifprnliV attrnrtlvQ be tirnvid. & l- ei tarnilyV in' K'M'd lliemnire tlprei.nretI enjoied by nil the to meet havoiwp-rialthi tombimitlon r a price within reach of theft-quireiiieut. and nil ut iy oor. i?..v '1 - r.i k op nto ail. both old and nsw ubc:iber. li.ii otfi-riIf you are at preent n iulncrlocr to any of tin above our ordnrund your subscription wlUbo extended b. nd u fiom the date It uxpitirf Ploaro rem mtiurour acrement witiithcet publhhcnt ieB-- rc 1h limited aim the rijrht to withdraw thin otfer II lefore. OL'lt JIOT'IO IS, without fiui.iriiitii'i. now whi'etM ojiportunity Ij afforded you tako aiivin .. ioualy reeommend thin offer to all our We can iou-!- -i you will be iw-iithan dellpht- readuts, and te-to gtnd ed with v.... theiu.i"iUic..i ...... . tnipo?ibl mm I. eainpl ... , !,.., .. I. . I. I. . . WM COI'irl L'lll Wf Ml .',. U..V llilj M..j WW A. ..,, " ... r i au -- r utati uu I'lugti ty ctlr. ' y r-. uti-iuit . . . i , i v. V m-- t ha h..i '.i i u"ii!i ..( ru p of MM ?? s!i Ki 2lt We have t Riley Co.. and will big line of 1 Oi.-'b- ti." m'tf ol I one t In - of mith tS5irMi lenu.n at stand, npar Depot. We have a I ifa X J SKI p The Syracuse Plows, Old Hickory Wagons, Reed Spring. Tooth Pivot Axle Cultivators, Buggies, Mowing Machins, Hay Rakes, Die Harrows and Manure Spreaders. We aUo handle repairs for these article. in car load lots and can make the prices right. We buy our Boods Cme and inspect WsIIairci Jefferson Street, Louisville, When in Louisville Dot-- . : ; .i k Kentucky. "th and 6th. Stop at the WiLiARD HOTEL 1 g The OLD RELIABLE UCTi:L; American Plan. Homo Comfort, (.nod ., S Yt Itii m hi our line before buying elsewere. will please you. We solicit your business and ;. - j 'l'l -- re is to Eat. ITIIC MOlJMAliN ADVOCATE,! Uttrbourvillc, ..rrji-sirn-r, MJ-Ju- T. J. VERMILLION & SON, At Smilh, Riley Go's. Store Barbourvillc, : ncnlucky. Near L. & N. Depot : Courteous Attention to all Guilts, Out in the State People will find a Good Home at the WILLARD, Rales Reasonable "It's Just Like fitayic :.t Home." I Kentucky what th y k,i t t ho 9S WILLARD IIOtEL H. D. LINDSAY, ii Advertiscin The AdyocateJPay Your sUBSOKIFriON. Manager. mmmmmmmmmmmmmL,. ' 1 IJiiiiKM i 'Oi ini mumtm