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'" S.-- ' ' pp pitttiiilit i mtor arr. $1.00 per Year In Advance PROCLAMATION limbso he brought him to his office and Dr. F. R. Buton was called and his leg taken off just fv' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THITRBPUBUCAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: "TO-TH- E Vol. VII, No. 49. - BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1917. if." ty.t en, i r i- ? n to 13 S -. K' & & 1 f !&. " - r p. & . O I re " y ; 1 i . t"K city grow and prosper,- and wo A PROPHECY OR'TWO powers that have heretofore want to see new industries and seemed to Americans to belong only to dictators. 'That tho gov better opportunities for all our qdftDUUKVILLt, The man who indulges in pro- ernment of the United States people promoted, and to this end, phecy always takes a great risk would ever pick out one man we promise to devote our best We have been nominated, res- efforts. We believe in Barbour - J un,es he ives himself consider from among his fellows and say pectively, for Mayor and mem- ville; that with our schools and able latitude, tieneralities and to him, "You must go to Europe bers of the Board of Council, of natural advantages she is des- figurative language are safer for as a soldier": that it would ever the city of Barbourvillc, on the tined, with proper prophet than definite statements say to the man in business, "You Peoples Ticket. These nomina- and effort to become easily the and exact figures. must keep strict account of all tions came to us unsolicited; and best town in Nevertheless, I am going to your profits and pay he governKen each of us would have been glad tucky, and we promise to mako risk one very definite prediction, ment a certain part of them"; if others had been nominated. every effort- that will promote it is this: When this war is over that it would ever say that the However, on conference among and encourage these ends. the thing that is going to stand farmer should be assured so much ourselves, we singly ond collectiSeventh We hail with satis out as the remarkable feature of for his wheat; that the coal baron vely, havedecided to accept these faction the divorcing of the af- it all will not be Germany's great shall charge" only, so much for nominations; but in doing so we fairs of the .city from politics, militaly efficiency and power of his coal; that the refiner should disclaim any refection or criti- and feel that this means the co- resistonce, but the rapidity and charge only so much for sugar, cism, or any desire on our parts operation 'qf the entire citizen precision with which the United would ten years ago have seemed to reflect or criticise the present ship of our city in its upbuilding States converted itself from a an impassible thing to most of us administration of the city affairs. and advancement. nation to a fighting power. A1I these things, and more They doubtless have tried to do Every now and then I meet have "been done and done so We shall appreciate the their'duty as they saw it. We port of all citizens of the with a man wh'o seems to regard quietly and so quickly that some assure them that we have no and promise you a faithful and tha Germans as some sort of Lpeople Eave" Been bewildered by fight against them or their dis- impartial administration of your supermen, who attributes to them the change. The historian of the charge of their official duties. affairs, without favor and with strength and skill and foresight future will mafvel'not so much at If elected it shall be our pur- out selfish ends or motives and p'osessed by no other people. No Germany's military strength pose to excel, if we can do so, in solely to promote the interest anp one can j?eny that the Germans after a generation of preparation promotin the welfare of the com- welfare of all. as a peddle posesses all these as at the willingness and skillful-nes- s munity; and if we shall succeed qualities, but that they have g with which our own Thomas D. Tinsley,-Roberin this, it be a source of satisfacshown any of them, extept posnation prepared for war. W. Cole tion for the the performance of sibly that of foresight, to a great Of course, mistakes will be J. R. Jones duty alone, and jvith no purpose degree than has France or Engmade. Probably they are being Leslie Logan to discredit the accomplishments land, is an idea not born out by made every day. B. B. Golden But the record of our predecessors, the events of the war. of achievement stands out so big S. B. Dishman. It must be remembered that thafthey all as yet seems small. First That the funds of the forty years Germany has sub- Of course, there is opposition and city shall be deposited in equal porport'ion in both of our banks. Hall Of Mountain Lodge ordinated everything to military criticism. In some cases there is efficiency and preparation for No. 187, F. & A. M. second That all persons em a lack of patriotism and of unwar. When the war came it derstanding ployed by the the city, except rethat is appalling. A gularly employed officials, shall Ba'rbourville.Ky. Sept 25th, 1917. came at a time of Germany's new party has arisen in the land be paid in cash, and be paid each Whereas, The Angel of death choosing and the first moves the party of foreign symphizers made as Germany willed. and chronic day if they desire having invaded the hone of our were obstructionists which Third We promise to donate brother, William Carson Black, German armies went tar because Senator Williams well calls the our repective salaries to the Red and taken from him his dear com- back of them was the whole party. Ignorance stength of the nation, like a tawt or lack of patriotism, Cross Chapter of our town, and panion. leads some to drive them as in that way contribute to the Belt resolved that we tender people into futile opposition, welfare of our soldiers now eng to him our tenderest sympathy arrow is driven. . passive or active, to an tnat is This country a year ago was a being aged in war;" thus serving the and condolence in this sad bedone. But above all this nation at peace and hoping to city without say. We commend reavement. stands the figure of the nation the patriotic efforts of the noble She was to him as well as all remain at peace a nation in fact a great giant, as it women of our city, who day in who knew herthe tender, loving making such concessions to re aside the garb and the tools of and day out, with unflagging en- and confiding companion, neigh- main at peace as led some people, peaceful industry to engage in ergy are working to the end of bor and friend, in the Church both at home and abroad, to be the ugly work of war, a work he making more comfortable the she was an ardent supporter, in lieve it would' not fight at all. It hates with his whole soul, but hardships of the soldiers going the circles of frends she was had a great navy, to be sure, but which he can and will do thorforth in their country's cause. gentle and confiding, always it was undermanned. Its stand- oughly and without fear, now Their efforts in that respect as greeting those of her acquain- ing army was scarcely a respect that it has become necessary. country. able police force for-th-e well as their efforts to advance tance with a smile. Its shortage of war equipment of the civic interest of this comWe feel that her los3 is irrepair-ableevery kind was matched only by Cantonment Road Buildmunity, should have the united not only to her husband and ing In Record Time. support and commudation of the children, but to the whole com- its lack of the desire for war. Today it has every citizenship of this city. munity as well. And be it furthline of activity in the great task A record breaking piece of Fourth We will economically er resolved That we tender to of winning the war. A great road building was completed last administer the affairs of the city, our assistance in this sad hour, army has not yet been achieved, week in connection with the and equitably dispence its funds and help him to bear the great but it is being made and being army cantonment near Louisville, to the upbuilding of all parts of loss that he has suffered, and as made out of citizens most of the city to the extent there are the body of that dear wife is whom a year ago never dreamed Ky, This is one of the few military establishments that have consigned to the- - tomb, let us revenues available, of being soldiers. These men built permantent roads. In 63 Fifth We promise no radical ever cherish here her memory called into service, not at working days the contactor comdepartures that will increase the and commend her spirit to tho were their own will, but the voice of pleted 63,360 square yards of burdens of the citizens, becauss God who gave it. the nation. Money for their the city is now and has been for Be it further resolved. That training and equipment and for Trinidad asphaltic concrete highway laid on a concret base, or several years, paying the full we deliver a copy of these resoall the purposes of war has been about 6 miles of road 18 feet wide. rate of taxation allowed by law. lutions to the Hereaved husband provided in sums vaster than any A mile of the road was over a The wishes of all people will be and brother, and that same be nation ever appropriated for the four-fofill, and immediately upfully and freely consulted and published in the Mountain Advopurpese. Wealth equal to that of on its completion a traffiic count their views obtained, in our ef- cate. whole states have been loaned to show that 4000 vehicles passed W. H. McDonald forts to advance and promote the other nations. A,year from now over it within the first hour. E. B. Hemphill welfare of this community. America will have an army Mosf of these vehicles were moH. M. Oldfteld Sixth We desire to see our worthy the consideration of any tor truck and wagons carrying general staff in the world, the loads of from one to five tons. second navy in the world, and i by M. Robston R. W.Cole probably the greatest fleet of The record made Co., the Bickel F.R.Barncr J. Asphalt Paving the conCashier. Vice Pres.. President airplane's averposessed by any tractors, is the more rem ''ble country. Better still, every in in view of the fact that (. dustry ip toe country will be necsessary to haul and crush all working wjth and for and under the stone used on the work. the accive direction or regulatory oversight of tho government. When You Take Cold. These things have been accomplished by an administration With the average man a cold is composed of men wedded to the a. serious matter and should not million the idea of peace, men who be. trifled wih, as some of tho V.i fought only when they had to most dangerous diseases start fight. To their accomplishment with a common cold. Take ChamThis Is the place to get help, when you need it. men of all parties and of all berlain's Cough Remedy and get busmess interests have given rid of your cold as quickly as is. also a good safe, place to keep your money. It " ' " thoughth and time and labor and possible. You are not experi" " 'i wealth and liberal hand. Best menting when you use this remeInterest Paid On Time Deposits. of all, tho great- body of the dy, as it has been in use for many American people has turned from years and has an established rji oki traditions and old habits of. putatlon. It contains no opium thought and feared not to dele or other narcotic. Obtainable gate to the men of .authority IWntyre- r " ' v . 1.' r. CITIZENS OF lil. To The People Of Kentucky. Greeting: Wheheas, Present conditions render the construction and maintenance of public highways necessary alike to to our domestic prosperity and national defense, it is of prime importance that popular attention be called to the wisdom of a concerted and organized effort to extend our system of public roads, to them with interstate thoroughfares and to preserve them by copable and scientific management in the highest attainable south-easter- n - state of efficiency. Now sup-cit- y, Therefore, I, A. 0. Sanley, Governor of this Com- t peace-lovin- it monwealth, do declare Sunday October the Fourteenth. GOOD ROADS DAY, and call upon the Ministers of this state and other public spirited citizens to avail themselves of this occasion to impress upon the people importance of their hearty cooperation in this great and honorable work. Done At Frankfort, Kentucky, this the twentiety day of Sep tember, Nineteen hundred and seventeen and in the one hun year of dred and tweuty-sixt- h the Commonwealth. A. 0. Stanley By the Governor. James P. Lewis Secretary of State By E. above the ankle. Davis and another soldier named Edmon Lay left the Camp to go down into the city, but they went the other way. Davis says he got seperated from Lay at South Louisville and that he does not know his whereabouts, but some say he is close around, and that the officers will soon have him. The Davis boy t irr Dr. Tye's office until the train leaving heee at 2 p. m. on Wednesday when his brother and father took him to his home at Emariuel, Ky. We do not know just what the outcome will be at to his being tried by Court Martial, but it is sure that he will not go to the trenches in France, as he is not able to do the eunts tat are essential to gain admission to that division of the French posession. in-st- ed was-kep- Tjiekllna Hopelen Tik. "I am now engaged "on a beautiful detlgn for a now coin," said the artist "I don't see why we need it," replied Mle Cayenne. "You can't make moner o good looking as to render It aay more popular than It already la." Card of Thanks We feel that language can't be framed that would express the gratefulness a crushed broken husband and his bereaved family have for our friends who inquired so often, spoke such kind words of hope, and eave their time both day and night trying to relieve, comfort, and assist us during the sickness of mv flon tinfn nrVin AW iU mrtla. ... wwi.t !ll,r lltlU fri o IIUIUJI. years fought so nard that she might continue io'live that sunshine life of pleasing sacrifice for But God in His wisdom others. called her home and but few can really imagine how lonely we are without her. We shall never forget all those tokens of affection for that wonderful soul that how labors in that greater field of bliss, nor those who sent such beautiful banks of flowers, messages, and letters of sympathy from all over the state and from many pats of the country. The Civic League, Tuesday Club, Ladies Aid of .the M. E. Church, Order of Eastern Star of Pineville, Masonic bodies of which husband is a member, the Faculty and student body of Public School, as' organizations, deserve our mentioning here for the interest and consideration shown us in our bereavement, also the Ministers, pallbearers, cnoir, ano nunarecs c: sympathizing friend have our kindest appreciation. W. C. Bhck and Family. and-heart Matt Karr Assistant Secretary of State, anti-Americ- an bow-strin- g, For a Muddy Gomplexion Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adopt a diet of vegetables and cereals. Take outdoor exer cise daily and your complexion will be greatly improved within a few months. Try it. Obtainable everywhere. were,-layin- g Deserts Army, Looses a Leg Sam Davis, who was drafted for the army and sent to Camp Taylor two weeks ago, deserted the Camp last Saturday and was in hiding or rather malting his when overtaken by a brother who prevailed upon him to return to the Camp before they arrested him. The two brothers started to go to Camp Taylor last Tuesday night and was trying to make it on a freight train, and at the station in attempting to cateh on a moving train he lost his footing and falling his left leg was run over and his foot was crushed to pieces. Dr. John G. Tye was called by the agent, C, R. Mitchell to come and take charge of him. The Doctor went immediately and found that it was necessary to amputate the get-a-wa- ,- y J ot TAX! N September 1, 1917, TAXI you will be required fPL DJ1 .ML-.- .. TL J." More than half of deposits each $100.00 you have. If you have it in bank it only costs you 10c for each $100.00 you have. By having your money in bank you save in tax $1.05 on each $100.00. You avoid the danger of loss from robbery, fire and theft. Bring your money to deposit with - money for taxation, unless you have same in bank. If you list same it will cost you not less than $1.15 tax for to list your National Bank of John A, Black -- v N, ' - We have more than 2000depositors: Assets consisting of Money, Good Notes, Real Estatei Etcj Million Dollars. of More than One-ha- lf FIRSTlNATIONAL BANK ,' " .'-- We Pay 3 W. R. LAY, Acting Pros. On .Time Deposits J. R. JONES, Cashier. M . - .1 a v- ' , " .' Tfc - ? BAMMTKVIXIjE, KKNTCGKX 1NC0HF0HATED TOKtHH KVKRT SHIDAT Mowatote Advocate tal at Beribv never giving AT rue Official Organ or the Party V. U. McDonald KSMrM In ttnox County. Republican Editor Matter Febrnitrr or March hy. MM andr AfltotOoncfeii at Racond-Oln- n the Poatoflloe at IlarbourYllle. t 1879. In our issue of September 14th, we had something to say in the matter of the running for Con grees next year. We casually mentioned the name of Hon. J. M. Robsion of Barbourville, as a man that we believed could take Caleb Powers meaures. We note with a great deal of interest too, that other papers have seen fit to reprint the article and many of them have comJust As We Expected. 94.30 Miss King mented upon it while some have In last weeks issue we happen93.40 Miss Ligon out ed to give our views as to said that they were straight 91.04 Miss McSpadden for Mr. Robsion, and that they sufferage, and no sooner 90.90 Prof. Oldfield propose to take up the fight for had some old husband Associa 's The him through the columns of their read it than they got their feathpapers. the tion will meet one week from this ers up and wanted to take Some of them are; The Cin hens .part. Why do you want to Friday afternoon, Oct. 12th. Let cinnati Enquirer, the Louisville do that? If the old hen votes all the mothers remember the Hearld, the Lexington paper, the she ahould be able to take care date and be sure and come. It is for the benefit of your child and Pineville Citizen, the Mountain of herself. Echo, The Corbin Times and of the opinion that therefore to your interest to come We tre now We cannot tell you how we expect to some others that we do not now these women who "want to vote Next week the names of all the call to mind, that say that Powers so badly ought to be given just a children who have not been tardy keep you once you try us. Call for has been there far too long al little lattitude and see just what nor absent during the first month a meal and you will see how without ready and that a change is needed they would do. They ought to get of school will be published. Look explanation &&&&&&&&&&&&& arid needed badly. We have seen them a package of cigaretts, a for the honor roll and see if your many from all over the district, pack of playing cards and an child's name appears. and i there is anything at all in Automatic revolver and play the what men say, Mr. Robsion will game right; It would only be in Knox County Court. win this race in a walk if he will keeping with the usual run of only enter the race and announce politics to take along a large pair Pursuent to an order entered that fte is a candidate. We have of saddle pocaket fiilled with of record in the Knox county it tiiat the County of Knox will "Rolling Fork" and courc a peuuon nuvinu uueii uieu give Mr. Robsion, no less than go right in to win on the first of record, in supp'ort thereof. It 1500 majority, he will if he runs, call, and then let them see is ordered that an election be 388 carry the Counties .of Bell, Har themselves as others see them held and a poll opened at the lan, Clay, Whitley and McCreary and we believe that they will regular November election to be by overwhelming majorities. He agree with us that politics is no held on the 0th day of November Resolutions Offered By To The Parents Of will in our judgement carry the place for a LADY. 1917, in the Girdler voting preThe Ladies Aid of The The Soldier Boys County of Pulaski, as well as the cinct to take the sense of the First M.E. Church. At Camp Taylor County of Jackson. voters of said precinct for the Whereas: Our deceased sisMr, Hall Of Barbourville purpose of ascertaining the will In the running last year, I earnestly request the parents ter, Mrs. W. C. was a rowers, failed to carry his own Chapter No. 137 R. A. M. of the voters of the said precinct faithful member 'Black M. E. of the soldier boys at Camp Taylor of the ward, besides some two or three Barbourville, Ky. Sept, 25, 1917. upon the question, Are you in Churrch and also held tne impor- to send me their names and the other wards right here in his Whereas, Death has invad- favor of making it unlawful for tant position as treasurer of our company to which they belong own county, his opponent Mr. ed the home of our companion, cattle to run at large upon the Aid, and whereas it has pleased and their church relation if any. McKeehan was almost a total W. C. Black, and has taken from highways and uninclosed lands God in his infinite wibdom to call I desire to have a personal instranger in the county, and did him his loving and devoted wife, of precioctNo. 9 (Girdler)." her home from the works of life terview with each of them and not make any sort of a campaign leaving behind her four little Given under my hand as Clerk and loving service to higher, to be helpful to them in any way making only one speech in the children. Be it resolved: That of the Knox county court. This nobler and grander fields of labor I can. County, and at that he carried we tender to our companion our October 4th, 1917. in that beautiful home of the Yours very truly, Read P. Black, Clerk. soul. J. T. Martin, Pastor Epwor'th several of the precincts of the tenderest sympathy, and assure county over Mr. Powers, right him that we feel the terrible and Resolved; That we as Church, Methodist Epicopal here in the home county of Mr. and irrepairable loss as well as Plaiu As "An Old Shoe" Ladies Aid do submit in prayer- Louisville, Ky. Powers. We say that Mr, Rob-so- he, language is to poor and inful humility to this dispensation is a stronger man than Mr. adequate for us to express our Congressman Caled Powers, and "do realize that in the pass Knox County Court. Powers, decidedly so, and will feelings of sorrow, therefore all was in our county several days ing away of oUr beloved Mrs. a campaign if he enters this race we can say, is that though she this week and made a number of Black, we have lost a faithfnl Pursuant to an. order entered that will awaken those who have has gone to final reward, and is speeches at different points in worker and friend, and be it of record in the Knox county court, a petition having been filed believed that Powers is or was today with the Angles around the the county in behalf of the Re- further resolved; That we-d- o invincible. hereby pledge ourselves that so of record, in support thereof, it the throne, the memory will live publican ticket, and discussed is ordered that an election be In the person of J. M. Robsion, green with all those who knew the war the United States is now far as in us lies we will earnestpoll opened at the engaged in. He is an able orator ly endeavor to redouble our dilli- - held and a we have all that it takes to make her while on earth. regular November election to' be a real man, he stands 6 foot three Be it further resolved, that we arid as plain as ''an old shoe" gence in church work that our held on .the Gth, of November in his stocking feet, he wears a tender to our as and at every appointment was masters cause may be glorified 1917, in the Gray voting precinct through this dispensation. seven and half hat which covers sistance and that we strengthen greeted with a large audience. Resolved; That we as a body No. 11 to take the sense of the a brain that dictates to a conci-ou- s and support him in this trying The people of Clinton are enfor the heart He is that kind of hour, and though his companion thusiastic admirers of Caleb extend our sympathy the bereav- voters ofv said precinct the will purpose of asertaining man whose sympathy's are touch- and best friend is gone, we point Powers, and are always glad to ed family, and in a special manprecinct uped by the appeal of all who are him to that one who doeth all have him" in their midst. Albany ner to her affectionate husband of the voters of said and loving children; we commend on the question, "Are you in permits the things well, (Ky.) Weekly. advt. in distress; he never them to him who doeth all things favor of hogs, sheep and goat hand to return empty when preBe it resolv.ed.that we tender well and whose promises are sure being permitted to run at large sented to him for help, He is a to our brother a copy of these How Catarrah is and those of us who are left be in said voting precinct." thorough christian gentleman, an resolutions, and that a copy be Contracted. hind will alwas have a tender Given under my hand as Olerk able lawyer and an orator that delivered to the Mountain AdvoMothers are sometimes s o spot in our hearts as we revere of said court, this 4th, day of can "and will present our claims cate for publication. thoughtless as to neglect the colds and treasure the memory of Etta October, 1917., W. H. McDonald and our interests in the way and Read P. Black. Olerk. which their children contract. Shaffer Black. B. Churchill manner that will attract and comResolved, tha a copy of these The inflammation of the mucus Robt. W. Cole mand attention. Robsion will WARNING-DANGEmembrane, at first acute, becomes resolutions be sent to the family, ' when he enters the halls of ConN chronic and the child has chronic and also that they be spread on . All persons are hereby warned, gress command the respect of all Despondency. ( catarrah, a disease that is seldom the record book of the Ladies that any wire, either telephone parties on all subjects. He will 'ty crivo iih real rcDresentation bv When you feel discouraged and cured and that may prove a life's Aid of the M. E. Church. or electric light wire, which may become broken, and fall into the Otie C. Hopper. despondent do not give up but burden. Many persons who have staying jight on the job standstreets, walks or anywhere withMaud Faulkner in all its take a dose of Chamberlain's this loathsome disease will ing by the Government in the city of Barbourville, is Ellen Tye Jonea having had frequent trying hours when the country Tablets and you are almost cerCommittee, dangerous. We caution all perneeds real men. We say that he tain to feel all right within a day colds at the time it was contractsona not tq touch or come in conwill stand firm in the present war or two. Despondency iavery of ed. A little forethought, ,a botWe invite 'you to insDect our tact with any such wires, but if ten due to indigestion and bilious tle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem iifttil peace has been declared and the Stars and Stripes shall ness, for which these tablets are edy judiciously used, and all this kitchen, Hat'n where the good any are found, notify the Bar- ;' victoriously mingled with especially valuable. Obtainable trouble might have been evold-e- eat'a are prepaired, fer the Peer- - povrvute JEtectrio ugnt neat v iUe Power Co, lees Cafe. Obtainable everywhere. at our allies over the Capi everywhere. wo-mahen-pecke- aid w comfort.to the Kaiser, seeing to it that our soldiers has comfort and that their lives and familsea are protected. Robsion will do to depend upon in adversity and distress, he will share with the people whatever sorrows or joys that may come. We believe that he will answer the call of his fellow man and announce to the patriotic and liberty loving citizens and voters of the eleventh district that he will be their standard bearer in the race for Congress next year. We believe that the people will stand by him and there will be no bar to his future progress. The Eleventh district is the largest Republican Distiictinthe country and they are waking up to the fact that they need a real leader to represent them. Mr. Robsion has not as yet said that he will be a candidate but we believe that his announcement will be. made public within the next thirty days, the Republicans are calling for him, and knowing him as we do, we believe that he is too patriotic to turn them Sunday Prograaae A Big Feature Of Octo- ber Illiteracy Campaign. The teachers and citizens of Kentucky are to make a great drive against illiteracy during the month of October in an effort to teach twenty thousand during that time to read and write. Sunday-school- s New Transfer Line . i . of tne state SERVICE AT ALL HOURS CAR MEETS ALL TRAINS Take you to and from your home " have been asked to Sunday. October 7th. has been designated as the day when all Sundav-schooin the state will have a programe devoted to the subject of illiteracy in Kentucky and to eradicate it. Letters from moon-ligpupils who are re joiced over being able to read their Bibles will be read. ls ht Transfer All Bdggafge TELEPHONE High School Notes. This Monday, the Attendance- Punctuality Banner was awarded to Prof. Faulkner's room, the 8th grade as they had the highest general average Below are the averages and rank of each room. 98.08 Prof. Faulkner 97.00 Mrs. Oldfield 95.07 Miss Whaley - 94.83 Miss Barton 202 ' Chester Hammond U d Parent-Teacher- After Your Business ::k::kk i Cole & Miles FRIEND TOLD THE REAL TRUTH Kentucky Woman Finds-Tanla- c Certainly Is a Good Tonic, Mrs. George V. Rogers linn lived In Louisville only a year, but In that time the folks who hae become acquainted with hor luite leaimd that she does not muUe statements offhand Therefore when about h medicine. her friends loam that she 1ms eome out publicly In advocating Tiinlue m a tonic they know tlmt she has done so only after eonsldumble thought nud after a thorough trial of the medicine. Mrs. lingers llcs nt 5)07 S. Sixth street and before coming to I.nuisvlllo she lived at Prospect und Cliukston. She felt like many other women tired all the time and rundunn. Her appetite was poor and In the mornings her tongue would bo coated and she felt as though she hadn't slept a uinlt. Frequently she had headaches. Her ordinary household duties seemed like drudgery. Then another woman who had found relief In Tanlac told Mrs. Rogers about It. xShe got n bottle and now she endorses every word her friend said about It. Mrs. Rogers says: "Since taking Tanlac, I feel much stronger and better and I seldom have, My home work doesn't headaches. tire me all out and 1 eat heartily and enjoy my men Is. Tanlac lias made me feel like a different woman." ltackache, coated tongue, gas, broken sleep-- all these arc symptoms that nature needs help. Tnnlac is the Ideal tonic. r-- z3 vl hell-buc- Restaurant r the Tanlac can be bought here from Herndon Drug Co., in Anchor from the Tway Mining Co. and in Gray from S. E. Owens n, &Co. i.'n Colds (should be "nipped in the bud", for if allowed to run unchecked, serious results may follow. Numerous cases of consumption, pneumonia, and other fatal be traced back to a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a few doses of ks5 n V 21 ' THEOFORD'S BLACK-DRAUG- HT R the old sellable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. plus. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Tbed-ford- 's Black-Draught for stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and fiad it to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old sua (eel like a young erne." Insist e Thedtord's, tit otisjcdftMsjftM. fcVfl d. atonoe.-4lw:bourY- w V 3 W kg ; ,.) !P5r LAMBDIN. 5 ,'.tr-- n, CM fi, Mb 'J Lw m i y JmmBEm 5 - 4W BB eaaa . iff fX 8- -J &m litft- -r JISSSS' UfflfM V.! AlwaysWelcome 11 "You little rascal-ploy- ed clonic the way, didn't you? Kept crandms wartingl Uhntll. It's all tight. Because TW MMf lj always rlelit. It's worth waiting for. Always welcome. Never shirk Its woik. fails. Never wastes minutes or materials ana I kneto it's pure and wholesome, rs Ca'uni't contains or.! S'leh Intrrcdrfnts a have htm approved onicia'.l the U. S. Food r BAKING POWDER ALU$aE7 il)o.. save kIp-- i One of the saddest dpaths that ' '.iflLilllllllllllllHQfciiri'"' LIIIIIIIIIIH TsCalKSLLfciisLiiiiMBlsHP' ' '; BBBBStSBBBBBjPfiBA. r'rSBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjBSHVSHBjK tsbbbbbbbbbbbbbV i has occurcd for many days within our notice is that of Mr. Clell Lambdin of North Main St., on last Wednesday. Mr. Lambdin, had been in Tulsa, Oklahoma for ,y'f''LIIWJ' "T"'-'JFit ASBBHBalSSlk:m'' ' iMmBlrr 't'r?lBBBBBt?JjSF'Sew 'Hr ' 7 ' ''HUft''- aBLIIIIH jilBK. PRanA iSRSr .lHK&k' several months, being employed by that city as Civil Engineer. Ho was drafted into the Army, iibf W4 and being a young man nnd single r i'4?J'TCF ''. 'EL.BBlBBHBk- ' BH and one that was physically fit f' for service, passed the examination, and was drawn as one of the fellows to go to Camp Taylor, but on account of having contacted typhoid of course he could not go. Mr. Lambdin was born July 1st, ISna, and died September 2flth, 1917, being at the time of his death 24 years, 1 month and 26 days old. Mr. Lambdin was a young fc. "W BBLIBHBBBBa hHS8c?L''BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK IBBB WTAl Jk'tyfe man that had no enemies, in fact 6 iK BL nVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB W BBT he was well liked by all who knew him; he was industrious nnd a real inteligent man; to him there iJBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBLBBBBLBfliwBBBBV nMfMak ksx9PBBBBBVr were none dearer or sweeter than hM iHIIIIIIIIIbbbbbbBbWbV .'? QMtaSBBBm l I his two sisters and they were Pif fiiiiiisff irrffBBBHiiiiiiiiiiiiBfc equally fond of him and when fp3HBHBB ' J 'A ' BBBBHBbBBBCiiiiiH "V . , A. - 'HsBBGSBIBBBBBdbiiiiiM fM. ' the summon came and the spark W&Z&h ..sIbBBbIbBBbM' . mt - JBHHiifDMHBBBBV of life was glittering dimmer and dimmer, it seemed as though the very heart strings of these two girls would break with grief. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lambdin, who today are bent in grief at 'having to part with their only son. The funer al will be held at the Haptist 'I'IiIn jlcture Is rpprlntrtl from tlie Mrs. Dewey, who lives at 1512 Cut- have the strength. Now, however, I nm strong again and am gaining Church on Main St., today at liuncuis "Tdiilac Twins'' ndvcrtlseinent ter street, Cincinnati, said: "You know how much noise twin weight. miK'li .comment 2 p. m. and the interment will wlilcli lias rnnsetl boys can make? Well, when Frank and "After taking Tanlac for n month fefveral publications hare be in the city cemefw . inibllslicd It its it romnrknlile pboto of John were about six months old I be- my nenes became quiet. Now when gan to sutler from these nervous spell. the children fret or get noisy it doesn't . word to u typical Ainurlciin family. Seldom Let everyone spo When they were able around seem to mo like It used to. My this father and mother, and the tloed mi artist catch such happy ex- the flour, I used to go to crawl crazy at uppctltc upststrength hare come back. nearly and two sisters that greive for him pression In a whole family. A recent the noise they made. Often I had to I cat more than I used to and never book on have any trouble with ray btomach." who was so near and dear to medical Baby" had It"Motherhood nnd go Into another room. Cnre of us a frontispiece, "I endured this for more than a year them. onr courtesy. throush because nothing seemed to help me. I Tanlac can be bought here & BBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBjSBSSffL iLIBw - Afc Jf jasBBBBBBBBBBBB BBF--w!- f ''' SfnsW ' mm.?)- A.''IbbbW S-- t (.S Bt 4? lirBpbsrJBBBBBBV y- ajucSbVBBBBBBBBBbVw tr i 1 Tsf bbbbBbbbbbbkbbI - islHlhiB Authorities." You save tr.M you luy m. iu mt it. Ordinarily the Tanlac publicity staff does not try to convince Kentucklans of Tanlac's virtues by quoting people In other states. However, this family lives Just across the river In Cincinnati, hence Kentucky neighbors will be Interested In the mother's story. became so nervous and that I loit my appetite nnd couldn't eat much. I was never hungry. I got thinner and thinner until both my husband aud myself became worried about my health. I couldn't seem to give the children the care they needed. I didn't run-dow- n from Herndon Drug Co., in Anchor from the Tway Mining Co. and in Gray from S. E. Owens &Co. aaw aa.j.. a a warn. Good Sound Judgement. In the manner that the boys who was sent to Camp Taylor, last week passed the second examination it looks as though our local board used good sound judgement or else some would have been sent home on account phyiscal disability. We are told that every man of the 6G sent from Knox county passed the examination, and thateacharenow real soldiers of the United States Army. The local board consisting of Dr. S. C. Jones, Hon. Sawyer A. Smith and Judge S. B. Dishman, are to be congratulated on their good judgement in the selection of this army of 127 men even if some might fail who are yet to be sent. RECITAL The new teachers of Voice and Expression will give a public recital at Union College auditorium Friday evening, Sept. 28th, at S o'clock sharp. The public is cordially invited. A great program is assured. Presbyterian Church. Our regular services for Sept. 23, were postponed on account of n LOCAL BRIEFS Tuesday October the 2nd, is registration day. You know what you are eating at Cole & Miles Restaurant, Hon, J. M. Robsion, went to Williamsburg Tuesday ami re. turned Wednesday. We know you are with us for good, once you try. Cole & Mile, Children's ready-mad- e Dresses at Engiands. School Restaurant. You have heard i ?n t e t .&; i."i - V it said "just fly" well if you watch the fur realy want to see it, keep your eye on the race for city officers. Ladies' Serge Dresses at Besides a beautiful line !wJ13 Worlnoorlnu tn Ti'rnnlf fnrtof Serges. Goods are advancing trying to see if there could be every day. so call early before foundxa Judgeho.would try the they go llighep, pase of Lay. ys- - Rose, in the corr-ieL. B Read, who is a conductor case filed by Judge Lay in pn the Cumberland and Manches- the Circuit Judge's race. ter Railroad, has moved with his Mr. ChasR. .Mitchell, left last family to this city and has taken Wednesday fqr an extended trip up his residence on Allison Aver to Chicago, and other small nue. towns, his father took him a3 far Mrs. Brooking, Mrs. Charles as Louisville, and turned him Johnson, Mrs. Geo. Tinsley, Mrs. loose there to let him make the Guy Patterson, Miss Johnson rest of the way alone. and. Mrs. J. S. Bingham, were" in attendance at the funeral of Mrs. $10.00 REWARD. y. 0, Black, last Wednesday. Will sivp $1QQQ reward for past 80 with the return of my hound dog, he WANTD.-M- an Tiorse arid buggy to sell Stock with a blue spot in the Condition Powders in Knox coun- center of breast, and what one ty. Salary $70 per month. Ad- would call a small dog. dress 9 Industrial Bldg., Indiana- Elbert Byrley, , polls, Indians. Barbourville, Ly. Our old friend Ab Blanton, was here the other day and as ho Coal Land For Sale. had a smile about six feet long, and was not n too great a hurry We have for sale or lease a . to stop and ree the Editor, anil large tract of coal land on the of course wit, were glad to Bee Cumberland and Manchester R. Ab. R 4 miles North of barbourville, From this date the Peerless Ky. No special track to build, Cafe will haye its doors wide coal 11 feet thick and of the best open for the purpose of serving quality, anyone desiring to either its customers from early until buy or lease this property, wri Jate seven days to the week, any or call on. - thing thing Willi & Bingham, to.et will be 'served Cannon,, Ky4 rt all Hero urioeiUjkrfl, , w Eng-Iand- s. WW Follow the hungry crowd, they show up for meals at. Cole & Miles, Restaurant. Next Tuesday is registration day, if you want to vote you had better register. New Cloaks! New Millinery! New Hats and Caps! New Shoes! Just received at England's. Prices always right. If you want a real quick tasty lunch and good one call at the Peerless Cafe, the new management will certniniy take care of your wants. Judge W. R. Lav. we are told., - ., rtS,iSst7 rrsiiSTisiraa, rtK:m j fcv.r-ta.- glJMSsg JOE L. HOPPER. Mr. Joe L. Hopper who has been assistant Postmaster at this place since August 1915, tendered to Mr. Amis his resignation yesterday, and. has accepted a position as traveling salesman forArbuckle Brothers, of New York. We are sure that Mr. Hopper will be missed by the many hundred people who have become acquainted with h l m while at the delivery window at the Post Office, but we are sure that he will makelfriends in his new line of work, and that ho will soon be one of the r o a "Kings of the Knights of the Grip." He will leave tomorrow for Portsmouth, Ohio, where he will receive his outfit and then he will enter the the field for trade in Eastern Kentucky. We feel like we should dye this young jn,an three cheers as he BWlUKauubiuiu uieuicuuui aaira man. 1 a death message calling Dr. Min-toto Springfield, while Mr. Moore was under engagement for services at Corbin. There will be regular preaching services therefore next Sunday, Oct. 30, both morning and FOR SALE. evening. A cordial invitation is I have for sale 250 acres of extended to all, and especially to Coal Land that I desire to sell. visitors and strangers. This land is located about three quarters of a mile from Girdler, on the Cumberland & Manchester Railroad, and 5 miles from Barbourville, Ky. This coal is 40 no slate or partinches high-wit- h ings, will sell the coal, and if one so desires will sell land. For further information call or address. H. Marion, Girdler, Ky. P(rintin)G st New Transfer Line SERVK CAR I Take vo A Merchant his job to please his customers. He is 1 00 per cent right. It's our job to please merchants by providing the kind of printing that is wanted. Try us and see what we can do. W know says that it's Trai We Make Good Ches V .k gr V i.rf -- i,theygpropose. Our platform is one that is not a juggling of words or figures. We are all owners of property, we are med ium taxpayers and wo do not intend to see a law enacted that will brave the home of some good citizen sold to pay for some improvement that will never do him one cent worih of good. Wo propose to stand by the people and safeguard their interest. We pro pose to improve and to help in anyway posible to make the city better and a greater BarbourvilN , but to stay within the bounds of reason, and not plunge the city in debt. What we have we want to own, we do not intend to have than a cyclone, but upon close inspection it was only cloud of Hickory timber, Brick bats and After having scon some of the pottycoats, the cloud passed over, aniticsofa few of those who but it was reversed and on last have come to the conclusion that Saturday night thero appeared the same cloud, with only petticoats prevailing. A committeo had been appointed to select a, ticket and draft a platform, the platform went glimmering, but the ticket was named by the few selects who were present, and lo, and behold the fellows who were appointed to make. the selection went out and 4 out of 5 of the CITIZENS TICKET. WOULD ( PHONE MEI BY AMENDMEI Peruna cases the burden of the FRANKFORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GOES ON RECORD FOR ONE SY8TEM PLAN JOS. MOORE, Councilman. should bo read at the Hotel Jones on Monday the 17th, it would go without saying that they would housekeeper by keeping away the danger of illness resulting from colds, coughs, and Indigestion duo to catarrhal condl tlon. It speedily rc--' lleves and overcomes these. Its tonic proDertlesibulld ud tho strength of the physically weak ana run aown, and its uso In canvtlcsoeDM. especially tfter tip, li temukibly beneficial. resolutionsTre adoned Submission Passed By General Assem- bly With Only One Dltetntlng Vote History Of Competition Tho Frankfort Chamber o( Com merce by the action of. its Board of Directors is on record in favor of and has pledged its efforts to the adoption of a constitutional amendment at tho November election permitting, telephone companies operating; In this state to purchase competing lines. The action of the Chamber of Commerce board, taken with a view of efunfecting economy by eliminating necessary phones, was given expression In the following resolution: "Whereas, the General Assembly at Its 1916 session adopted a Constitutional Amendment to he submitted to the voters of the ntate for ratification at the November, 1917, election, under tho terms of which, with tho approval of the state authorities and the City e Council of the city In which the companies are located, ono telephone company may purchase the lines of another, be it "Resolved, That the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce endorse the adoption of the Constitutional Amendment and urge the voters of Frankto lin county and the vote for the amendment at the ensuing November election, and be it furtele-ponState-aMarge v v . - KEEP IT ON HAND J. M. WILSON, Mayor. only a few of the selects of the city should have any thing to do with the management of the city, we have come to the conclusion to ask the citizens of the city to say at the polls who shall have the management of the affairs of the said city. We as men had come to the conclusion that we would retire from th Board of Councilmen and let some others take the task, and would have done so had there been fair dealings in all that has been said and done in the selection of a ticket. Everything had gone along smoothly, every dollar collected by the city has been accounted lor, we have kept the city out of debt, and have kept thing moving along very well, until last Monday night when there appeared a terrible cloud that looked as though everything would be destroyed and that it was more HR lHE ' t" V.-- ,' sr ' have never have been nominated even by the select few that did participate in the meeting last Saturday night. We have a plat- form, and we propose to ask tnem to say whether they have ore if Tha wlia houaekeeoer haa tVnmn oa band for Instant use even If catarrhal ttouhlea da not call for Ita regular administration. A dose o two lo Unto often prevents n long Illness. tlquld or tablet form. Manatta Tablets are a splendid laxative for bome us. Ask the dnuulst THE PERUNA COMPANY caiumbua, UUo High School Notes. The seconl grade again received the honer3 of the week and wew awarded the Attendance-Punctualit- y Banner, below is the rand room and tlieir general average for the week. Mrs. Oldfield 93.11 Miss King 98.01 Miss Barton - - - - - - 94.94 - 94.98 Miss Ligon Miss McSpaddtn - - - 94.82 Prof. Faulkner - - - - 94.39 Miss Whaley 94.20 Prof. Oldfield 94.15 Friday night, October 5th at 8 o'clock in High School Auditorum, there will be presented by the Expression Department, a play entitled "Captain Joe." Admission will be 15 cents. Proceeds will be used to buy a gong and other equipment for the school. Let every one come and enjoy themselves. of-eac- T. J. MOORE. Councilman. W. C. HOPPER, Councilman. committee became candidates, not having the nerve to read it themselves and the dear women who it is said named the ticket, went away and procured a learned teacher of a certain school to come up and try to pour oil on the troubled waters, and then read the names, four committeemen out of five that was appointed to name the fellows who should run. J. M. DIXON, Councilman. The platform did not appear, it was not read, and if they had so we want them to come to the read it as was agreed that it front with it, and let the people know about the new reform that it said that we plunge the city in debt with no way of paying it out, we come to you asking your support, and promise you a safe and sane administration and that we will improve the streets and all other public places as the times demand and our ability will permit. James M. Wilson, W. C. Hopper, W. C. Lockhart, T. J. Moore, J. M. Dixon, L. M. Cole, Josephus Moore, ina 1p HOUSEWORK 8S A BURDEN says: Woman's lot is a weary one'at best. But with backache and other distivrsint? kidney ills life indeed becomes a burden. Doan's Kidney Pills have made life brighter for many Barbourville, women. Read what Mrs. Jarvis scrlber, "Resolved, That the President of the Chamber of Commerce be authorized to appoint a committee to aid in whatever manner it can In bringing the Constitutional Amendment to the attention of the voters and other commercial bodies." History Of Amendment Constitutional amendment The passed by the 1916 General Assembly, authorizing the purchase of the telephone lines, passed the Senate with only one dissenting vote and encountered no opposition whatever In the House. The representatives of both parties recognized that only by means of this amendment to the Constitution could the state be saved the annoyance and expense of two telephone systems in the same community. Some of the larger cities, particularly Cincinnati, New York and "Washington, early recognized that two telephone systems were an unnecessary burden .on the community and never granted to more than one company a franchise for a telephone system, with the result that every telephone user lu each of these cities Is In direct communication with every other BUlf. ther r f ft i II Mrs. W. S. Jarvis School St., Barbourville, says: "My kidneys were out of order and my back was weak and lame and' ached constantly. 1 tired eaily, especially in the morning and it was an effort for me to do my housework. I had nervous, dizzy headaches and my feet and ankles were swollen. My kidneys acted irregularly 'and were disordered. I rad of Doan's Kid ney Pills and bought them from tho Costellow Drug Co. They helped me by strenghening my back and regulating the action in my kidneys, making me feel better in every way." COc, at all dealers. Co., Mfgr., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Mil-bur- n Burden In Kentucky, In Kentucky, In the early stages of the development of the telephone busicompanies numerous small ness, They did not conwere organized. nect, different kinds of equipment were used and the standard of maintenance was not universal, which retarded the advancement of telephone development In keeping with other Nearjy states more progressive. every community in Kentucky has, at some ttmo in its history, experienced a telephone war that engendered hard feelings, as each side had ltu partisans, and the, public has been de-- . prlved of the convenience and economy that one telephone system affords. The public Interest Is thoroughly protected under the proposed Constitutional amendment, as no purchase can be made without the consent of the City Council. The passage of the bill, providing for the Constitutional Amendment and the practically unqql: mous vote It' received In the General Assembly Is evidence that It waa passed In response to a and popular demand for relief; present telephone coadltlonj, wide-spreac- i f 1 ( frcl L. M. COLE, Councilman. W. C. LOCKHART, Councilman For Sale. young mules, will sell reasonable for cash or on six months time. If interested see or wrrte. Chester A. Morris. Wilton, Ky. Two" good STRAYED-Bla- ck J. E. FAULKNER DENTIST OHico : has not bought any but has sold and now has more for sale than he had on the begining. advertise." that since he adver- Tuesday, tised his mules for sale, that he C. A. Morris, says it, "pays to tij October 2nd is Registration Day . Knox St., oyer store of T. F, Faulkner & Co. Barbourville, Kentucky &fye k"N J. M. ROBSION bar hog, two small craps, weight about 75 lbs., came to my place near Fount, Oflico over First National Bank Ky., on Hammonds Fork, Apri Barbourville, Kentucky LAWYER Peerless Cafe McDonald & Mitchell, Proprietors the first 1917. Bige Stewart. A. L. PARKER Sverytheng Uhcit's Sooci to Sat Ipcofessional Garbs W. R..LAY Can Give You Protection From Loss Uy , DENTIST Oflico Is your property Insured? Barbourville, FIRE and TORNADO. BAKBOtmVUiLK, KKNTUCKV second floor Parker Bldg, Wiones : Oflico 80, Res. 00. : Kentucky SOL T. STEELE LAWYER Open early and late Seven days to the week. Wo will do our bes,t to please you, We carry a nice line of Cigars and Tobacco, We will also be headquarters for Winter Fruit We want your business; give us a call. w.-- . !' We will give you 1QO cent worth for every farfeourvilte, V Kmmtutky .! spent with us. -. f rt -- f ' (4 ' :r BBDIPi5'BHPiP,r; jBB0T3S" 15 WE WANT Miners Monday at our Mines on J. S. Patterson farm. Will pay $1.50 per ton to be cut and loaded in car inside the mines. Coal will be weighed at drift mouth. Pny every Saturday. All men who want work can meet me ut mines Monday. W. F. GREGORY, , Barbourville. Kentucky. We Knox County Ceurt. Pursuent to an order entered of record in the Knox county court a petition having been filed of record, in support thereof, it is ordered that an election be held, and a poll opened at the regular November election, to be held on the fith, day of November 1917, in the East Corbin voting precinct to take the sense of the voters of the said precinct, upon the question. "Whether cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in said district" Given under my hand as Clerk of the Knox county court this 4th, day of October, 1917. Read P. Black, Clerk. IM W. C. Black: We. the members of the City High School Faculty, desire to express to you in this hour of bereavement, our deepest sympathy for you and your children. While we know Mrs. Black's place can never be filled, we as teachers, wish to extend a helping hand to your children, in whom we are deeply interested. We know that your grief is very great and that your loss- will be felt by the whole community. If now, or at any future time, we can be of any assistance to you, our service will be gladly given. Sincerely, Mary Ligon Katharine McSpadden Sept. 23, 1917 ' Committee - t A i wish to extend to our brother Member of the Hoard' of Education, W. C. Black and Family, our heartfelt sympathy in the loss of Jiis beloved wife. and it ordered this be placed on records of said board. W. S. Jarvia R W. Scent E. II. Cannon Announcement. To the Voters of Payne, Girdler and Blacks Precinct: We are authorized to announce G. C. Hopper, of Cranes Nest as an Independent candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace, in the Magisterial district composed of the Girdler, Payne and Blacks voting precincts. Thos. H. Haydcn, Jr. Who is now in , rv . iv. . Sergt. Algin T. Simms, who plays first trombone in the First Everything neat and clean" at Regiment Band, was home to see the Peerless Cafe. the boys last Sunday, returning M. Robsion went to Monday. Everybody is always Hon. J. i Williamsburg last Tuesday to glad to see 'Old Long Simms" attend court at that place. Today 38 more of the boys who have been drafted for the Army S. H. Jone3 spent several nays fh Richmond and Lexington this will leave and it is hoped the citizens will turn out and say arid last week. good-byto these as well as they Sergt. B. C. Herndon came did the other fellows who went home last Sunday and returned away two weeks ago. to Camp Taylor Tuesday night. The Knox Fiscal Court conMrs. Perry V. Cole, vened hero last Tuesday and is visiting Mrs. W. S. Hudson Wednesday. This is the last this week. regular session for the members You can get a first class meal of , the Court. They will retire three times a day and seven days the first Monday in January 15)18 in the week, at the Peerless Cafe, They are having a complete setnext door to the Post office. tlement of affiairs of the County, Bert Churchill was out hunt- and it is believed that the county ing Sunday and Monday, not for will show up that it is not as game, but looking for some rtal badly in debt as some may think brick masons to assist him in the when it is all shown up as it should bo. erection of some buildings. Jesse Vermillion,tf"ho has been It is said there will be some barbering in Lexington for some big doings in the Oil field of There time, came home last Sunday to Knox county right soon. spend a few days with his is now with us men who are working and not talking. It father's family. seems that they do not care to Miss Flora Smith arrived yestheir names in the 'paper, terday from Barbourville and havethey positively will not sell a but will be here for the remainder of dollars worth of stock. It looks the fall and winter, Miss Smith to us that if they were here to is Jugde Sampson's secreta'ry. speculate they certainly would Frankfort (Ky.) Journal. sell stock in their 'Companies. "Cleansliness is next to God- They may keep the bnsiness hid liness." That is why you can en- for some time but truth of the joy' a good meal, sandwich, ' thing will sure come to surface. oyster stew or a bowl of soup, at Governor James D. Black went i the Peerless Cafe. ; to Louisville last Friday where he Edwin E. Sawyers, son of Mr. 'delivered an address to the and Mrs, E. E. Sawyers, of this Soldiers at Camp Taylor at night city has joined the army and is The Officers and men who heard with the Coast Artillery at Fort him, say it was the most eloquent Uarrancas, Fla. Edwin is well and patriotic address ever de known in this city, especially to livered to that body of men. It those who attend base ball games js said that he held the attention a ho was while here a star, on 0f the audience the whole time, the diamond. and that he was loudly and en- Dr. Frank R. Burton has" thusiastically applauded. Those moved into his new office in the who heard him say that it is their Hopper Building near the Post hope that he will return again Ho has moved to the and deliver another such address .nffiwv residence on Pitzer street opp- The Whiskey Democrats are all osite the residence of Judge F. D. jealous of Governor Black, they Sampson, When you need his can already see the "handwriting services he will respond to your on the wall" in the next ruuning for the nomination for Governor, call at any time day or night. the Aviation Department of the U. S. Army now in Dr. Wm. Carson Black: training at Atlanta, Ga. Realizing the great interest that you, as Member and Chair- LOCAL BRIEFS e man of our school board have always manifested in our school, and the time and efforts and sacrifices you have given to it, without renumeration to which its great progress and success have besn largely due, therefore be it resolved that we, the students of the Barbourville High School extend you and family our sincere sympathy in your sad bereavement, in the death of your wife, Mrs. Etta Black. Lenore Lewis Signed Ora George Lewis Jones Joe Hinkle COMMISSIONER'S SALE By order of the Knox Circuit Court rendered at its September term 1917 in the case of Mary F. Sampson Plaintiff MINERS WANTD. At Grace Coal Mining Co., Mine 12, Cannelville, Ohio, short distance from Zanesville, Ohio. Daily work train out and back each day. Ohio Pick Mining Scales, plus bonus, paid, making big wages. L S. McNeil, Supt. COMMISSIONER'S SALE By order of the Knox Circuit Court rendered at its September term 1917., in the case of B. F. Ford, Plaintiff against Lee George Burk & etc. Deft I will, as Master Commissioner on the 22nd. day of October 1917 some being the first day of the October Term of the Knox County Court, sell at the Court House door in Barbourville. Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property House and lot, to satisfy the judgment in said sase, amounting to $ , with interest from 191 , and $50.00 probable cost. Description: One house and lot in East Corbin, Knox County, Kentucky, and bounded as fol lows: son u ' W R Ilrnwn. II. V. D. No. 4. Box 82, RogersylUo, Tennossoo, .writes: "I feel It my duty to rccommond Foruna to all sufferers of catarrh or cough. In tbo year 1909, I took a severe ease of the la grippe. I then took a bad cough. I bad taken all kinds of cough remedies but got no relief. I then decided to try Peruna. After I used Ave bottles. "toppedtaking flvo ond my tottieiVMUcough ht wa"Mfi and sow I weigh Any ou Buuerinis wuu c- h i wuj MVU iBttt to . Catarrhal Cough Any one Suffering with Catarrh in Any form I will Advise them Tptake ", Peruna eJjtH Thaw m irourf Pkum) TabUts. who. etijtet to llquM mt4l Beginning at a stone on Wilstreet, Henry Moore's corner thence West with said Henry Moore's line 100 feet to a stone, Embry Terrill's corner, thence East with said Terrill's line 150 feet to' Wilson street, thence with same 100 feet to the beginning. Said property will be sold on a credit of six months, the pur chaser te execute bond with ap proved security, bearing interest at six per cent, fromtiate, having the force and effect of a judgment and retaining a liep on said property until the purchase money is paid. is paid.. WITNESS my hand, this the WITNESS my hand, the 4th. d,ay of October 1917. 2nd. day of October 1917. J. J. TYE, J. J. TYE, Master Commissioner K. C. C. Master Commissioner, K, C. O. Sa,le about 1 p. m, Purchaser Sale, about 1 p. m. Purchaser must execute- bond 0,3 uoon as must execute bond as soon aa sale la over, or property yi be sale is over,.or tho property be immediately put up and resold. ', immediately put up and resold r - Mary Dowis Sampson and Defts. Anna Maud Sampson I will, as Master Commissioner on the 22nd day of Octeber 1917, same peing the first day of the October term of the Knox County Court, sell at the Court House door in Barbourville, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property, to satisfy the judgment in said case. Description: "A certain tract of land lying and being in Knox County, Ky., on Richland Creek near the mouth of Smokey Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a sycamore below where Smokey Creek empties into Richland Creek, thence with the old line between John Eve and John Henderson to the top of spur to a chestnut oak and maple thence with the spur and fence westwardly to a stone near the gap of the ridge; thence northwardly to a stone and dogwood; thence to a stone in the first bank of Smokey Creek; thence north wardly to a stone and tree on the bank of said creek; thence down the creek to the line of D. B. Harkleroad; thence with said line to State Road; thence with said road, toward Barbourville to Joseph Sampson's, westward to Richland Creek; thence down the said creek with its meanders to the begining and being the same track of land conveyed to C. N. Sampson by H. O. Greener and wife, Gussie L. Greener, on the 2Gth. day. of February 1908, and of record in the County Court Clerk's office of Knox County, Kentucy. in Deed Book 15, at page 521. Said property will "6e sold on a credit of six months, purchaser to executute bond with opproved security, bearing interest a six per cent, from date having the force and effect of of a judgment and retaining alien on said property until the- purchase money against of co( of is hel re he 191 K.- A- itT ' smsm wwTxw&syf? w Z tLj.ffTvi.,..?.. aV ttiHw'"'- - - -KTjgKgBB "TTififlrh'Mr w mek m it ! eWt mM InO "1 dwi't know. !, we IwfWtfOiWI.-- ! lieMawered. "ITebeem.twUNHJTtit-bod- y he bad bec cfcunnl. .over. All tha boys a the sMp And don't think tb desflfebey, U a piker. Many a time I've wen $1,000 In a slnRle pot. Besides craps, Ibe reca sang; and played niack Jack, o faTorlto card jntnc of campaigners and ono In which they win and loo big. It wasn't long before a few of theni had all the mon-- r, Tbo youngsters wroto letters until I thought somo of them would neTcr be. Ktlo to handle a gun on account of writer's cramp. One young fellow didn't slight a girl In the state of Tex-a- s, and I aupposo ho told each sho was (lie only one. Ito ought to get lots of mall "over there." Hecaiue of the "breaks In tho sleep on account of submarine drills and for oilier reasons I am ordered not to discuss some of thoT)oys slept In the daytime n good deal. There were not many duties aboard ship, and tho officers let all hands tako it ns easy as they could. They knew there would bo plenty to do In Franco. That Is why tbo American soldier Is fighting for hlscaptain nnd not to mako tho world safe for democracy, no knows his captain as tho fellow who looks out for uim. 1 speak of tho regular, tho neat, soldierly looking fellow you can always tell from a guardsman, when I eay this. And I don't mean that as a reflection. Soldiering is the regular's business. In tho daytime I saw little of my husband, but with tho aid of Cupid Trlvnte Smlthcrs I sneaked up to hl berth often at night. He still insisted ho would report me. The old timers who knew mo covered me up, and all tho men were very decent. Whenever an officer came along they would find an excuse to gather around me, and they did very little swearing. If a fellow forgot and cut loose ho got a call from somebody. The loyalty of theso boys I had known' on the border pleased me very much and flattered mo a little, I guess. My headquarters wcro the kitchen, where I was rated ns one of the cooks nnd did my share. Here they called roe "Silent Joo" because I talked so little afraid my voice would betray me. Glad that they gave me this reputation, I was ready to live up to it. "Some men would make bettrr 6M maids than women," I replied and turned on my hoof "and walked awayl There wnfa lump In my throat The old timers knew enough to keep their 'mouths shut, but tbeso rookies were natural gosalpi. The ofueori wouw hear s'jre nnd begin a search. Had I cone Ml (his nny In vain? (Continued next week.) are talking about it." t $&iffimn& High Explosives - - I00 Different Kind Srraight Dynamite, Extra Dynamite, Low Powders', "! Gelatin Dynamite, Blasting Gelatin, Oil Well Explosives, Quarry Powder, Farm Powder ? mn Permissible Explosives For gassy and dusty coal mines Coalite, Monobel, Vigorite, Miners Friend. BLASTING POWDER, ALL GRANULATIONS. 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I lie an- Eo way lm In I No re- - great Life li, made up of number of little things. It Is but onoa In an aga that occasion Is offered for doing a great deed. True greatness oonsltts In being great In little things George Macdonatd. better what lone of Jd I'll Stray Of course there were always the soldier songs, and wo hnd quite a collecI have in my posession a yellow lwhat musical Instruments aboard, lo long tion of by amateurs. One doughboy Jersey cow, that will be deliver manned I" recently returned from serv-Ic- ed to the owner who comes and but he who had in Hawaii had brought a ukelele proves his ownership and pays au lo ii along, nnd he went big, for the Jmys I got Tor the keeping and feeding and dreamy tunes. later. liked those It is n strange thing about a soldier this advertisment. m the not sing the stuff written H. H. Blanton. d and that he does prefers tbo tear Jcrkers him, but Cow. o part. for catalogue to - E. E. WOOD, WILLIAMSBURG. 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