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Btreet car lrnvca Hotel Jones twenty mln
utea lioforo the nchciliileil time for trains.
J. E. FAULKNER
0 dices : Knnx Street over Htnro of
T. F. Faulkner & Company
Powers & Smith
Attoknkys & Counski.ows AT
J. M. ROBSTON
Office: Over First National Ban!
SOIL T1- STEEL
OIIlcewitli Powers, Sampson unci
BARlJOUnVILI-K. - - - KY.
A. L. PARKER
Opkiuk: TJp Stairs, in Parker
Phones" Office, 30.
DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
KYKS 1KWTKH rOKOr.ASHKM
At Hotel Jones 2nd and 4th
Monday of euch month.
Kvery Sumluy in eucli month."
Morning Service. ... 10 4? a. m.
Keiilnir " WM'.i.
Satiuuth f chool Ml a. m.
I'rujer Mectluir, Wednesday- .. ': p. ni.
ItEV. A. C. HUTSON. fantor.
WltST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CIIIJKCH
Ecry Sunday in each mniitli.
Morning Service .. .. . 10:45 n. m.
Evening " 7,S0p.m.
Sabbatli Siliool ..... ... in.
Prayer Mectlntr, Thursday 7s'l p. in.
M. II. C, 1st. 3nl. Honda i Till) p. m.
ItKV. V. W. HA WHOP. Pastor.
OlllllSTIAN UIIUHCII SEIIV1CKS
Morning Servlco... .
Ecnlng " ........ ,
Junior Endeat or-..
8 . S. Worker' Con., Tuo...
Prayer Meetlmr. Tunsilay-..
7: 3D p.m.
SMI a. m.
T;4r p. ro
PHESIiYTmtlAN CHUltCll 8KUVICES
Klrtand Third Sunday In each month.
Morning Service... - -....110 n. ra.
Ecnlnir " W0 p. in.
Sunday School . ...-. VM n. m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday-... -. "M p. ra.
KP.V. ltOHT. L. IlltOWN, l'astor.
Second and Fourth Sunday In eaclMonth.
- ;-.:u p. in.
- (.3 a. m
sT.oitEaonvrt human' catholic
Masand;Scrninneery Klrst Sunday ot;tlie
month, at 8J0u. m
Sermon and Kenlng Pruer, etory Third
"Sunday ot the month, at lift p. m.
ItKV P. AMHHOSK UKOKIt. O. S. II.
Pidor, Corbin, Ky.
((School for Teachers
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Klfe ImM a
Will soon be upon us.
have you made for it? Have you thought
m about your winter clothing? What about $
in suits, shoes, heavy underwear, and overcoats?
J Arc you going to wait until the first snow falls
m and pneumonia and la grippe get hold of you be-
$ fore you think about these things? $
We have a complete line of everything that $
$ you will need for the winter. Come in and see $
m our stock, look our goods over, ask prices, and
J see for yourself that we are giving better quali- $
j ty at less money than can be found anywhere in jjj
m the city. Then let us fix you up for the' win-
Cole, liug'ihes & Co.
fceP - etefSr -
Mrs. Orlinn Miles was visiting in
Corbin Inst week.
Lain Kookc Jnhnson, ol Pincville
was visiting licre this week.
Mrs. Matt Freeman visited friends
in Grays last Saturday .ami Sunday.
Alex Miller, who has heen visit
ing in Richmond, returned home
Dan II. Hcrndon returned last
week to Louisville to returne his
studies in pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tinslev re
turned from their tour through the
west h'riday morning,
0. D. Ilutchins was here the first
ol the week making preparations to
move to Johnson City, Tenn.
LOST Misses coat, old rose col
or with velvet collar, please return
to this ollice and receive reward.
Ouitca ntunher from this place
went to Middleshoro the latter part
of last week toatteid the Tri-State
Rev. Gill Dizney, who nas been
holding a series of Ilolliness meet
ings in Laurel County was here
II. M. Hershherg is in Louisville
this week on business, having ship
ped a fine mule there which he dis
The Cumberland Natural Gns Co ,
is laying a new line across the river
connecting with the new well they
arc putting down.
Mrs. M. S. Costellow returned
this week from in Indianapolis,
where she has been visiting her
grandaughter, Mrs. I). H, Talbott.
Mrs. Guy C. Eaton, after spend
ing several weeks with relatives
here, returned In her home in Tulsa,
Oklahoma last Thursday via Knox
PETERS and PATT0N
S hoarding Jffouso and J&inch ffloom I
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Modern and Up-to-date in Every Respect
I 3irst Class SPooms and 9ncx Z
f colad Xtablo Sftoard Suarantoed f
Special Attention Given
f LCd'AIKD ON f
1 lOosl Sido Public Square 1
) BARBOURVILLE - - KV. J
What preparation $
Seee0S6errtre - erfck
j Plcnsanf Surprise Party
Tuesd iv was Miss Martha Al
brig Ill's and Miss Stewart Miller's
birthday nml they were given n
pleasant surprise party that even
ing the young folk's were present
and the evening was very enjoyab
ly spent playing games and other
District Meetinq ot the Red
men at Barbourville
Next Thursday, Oct. 10th, there
will he held in this city the district
meeting of the Redmen of this dis
trict. Great preparations are being
made bv the local tribe to entertain
the visitors and big doings are ex
pected. Several numbers of the
Great Council will he present.
We were promised fuller details
regarding this meeting nnd depend
ing upon the party to furnish them
until it was too late to gather the
informotion in time for this issue.
Stock Law Elections
The Sheriff ot Knox County as
directed by an order of the Knox
County Court at its August term
191'.', will open a poll in precincts
No. 17 Lower Hrush Creek and
precinct No. IS Upper Hrush Creek
to take the sense of the voters in
precinct No. 17 as to whether cattle
of any kind shnll be permitted to
run at large or not, and in precinct
No. IS as to whether or not "hogs"
shall be permitted to run at large
This poll will be opened nnd the
election held at the regular Novem
ber Election, November 5th 1912
At which election all legal voters in
said precincts will have the right to
Witness my hand as Clerk of the
Knox County Court, this October 1.
Read P. Black, Clerk.
the Traveling Public
Floyd Murphy of Lilly, is visiting
in Sprule this week.
A large crowd ol Sprule folks at
tended the Goose Creek Association
in Clay county Sunday.
Ambros fnrvis; of Manchester
was visiting at Clnhe Cobbs this
Joel, and John II. Cory attended
the Middleshoro Pair last week.
T. IJ. Sasser, Disappointment
School Teacher passed through here
Friday enroute for home.
J. K. Cobb and wile with Mrs.
Eliza Gibson, nre visiting in Lilly
Jack Frost almost paid us a visit
one night this week.
We're having a sweet time in
Sprule this week, making molasses.
The boys report a line time at the
bean stringing at Carlo Mablcy's
Thursday night. .
Funeral Services of Rev. I
Hiles Mills I
On October the 2nd at 2 o'clock
P. M. the funeral of Rev. Miles Mills
ofGirdler, Ky. took place. Bro.
Mills was 35 years of age nt the
time of his death.
He was born and reared in Knox
County Ky , nnd was converted to
the Christian religion 7 years ago,
and baptized into the fellowship of
the Girdler Baptist Church in which
he entered the ministry shortly af
ter. He was widely known and
had a uselul career. His friends
and relatives mourn his death, and
extend their deepest sympathy to
his widowed wile and little laugh
ter. Bro. Mills was a man of strong
character and spurned a wrong of
any and every kind, he always al
lied himself with every movement
for the moral and spiritual uplift
of those among whom he labored.
Being possessed of a kind, gentle
and christain spirit, he always look
ed on the things of life with a
charitable disposition and endeav
ored to see the better side of men
and their acts, but at the same
time condemning sin in the strong
est terms. His theme as n minister
was always for men to be saved by
the grace of God, and then live
The funeral services was conduct-
ed by Rev. John G. Jones in the
Uriping Spring Baptist Church.
After which the I. O. 0. P. of which
he was a member took charge of
the services and buried the remains
in the Calebs family burying ground
according to their burial service.
The services were attended by an
unusually large concourse of people
who manifested their appreciation
of his worth and services by their
J H. Blatkburn.
"I was very nervous,"
writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse,
of Carrsville, Ky., "had
palpitation of the heart,
and was irregular.
"On the advice of Mrs.
Hattie Cain I took 2 bot
tles of Cardui and it did
me more good than any
medicine I ever took.
"I am 44 years old and
the change has not left
me, but T am lots better
since taking CarduL"
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui Is advertised and
sold by its loving friends.
The lady who advised
Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui.
had herself been cured of
serious female trouble, by
Cardui, so she knew what
Cardui would da
If Cardui cured Mrs.
Cain and Mrs. Mirs. It
surely will cure you too.
Won't you try it?
TUnfon de-liege School of Business
W. C. McNDIU Prln.
T. i. GILBERT, Mood Shorthand Dopl.
All persons contemplating taking a commercial
course should call on or write V. E. McNeil, Bar
bonrvillc, Ky.. for parti ciilars : ; : :
Session Begins September 3rd
H 'V ItnTHJrrr-l W
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7 i jUx J
good wood sliinrle trl !r. otc places I
Roofi put oa 26 yean tp a as food ai
J. II. BLACKBURN, Agent
you will do well to consult liiin
Reopened for business under new manage
ment and recognized as one of the finest
The patronage of commercial men solicited
RATES - $2.00 and up
T. L. FIRESTONE, M6R.
CITY NEWS STAND & BARBER SHOP
Trod W. liumphlll, Mftr.
$ioq Reward, $100
Tho rciulerr. of this paper Wll be
I plenseil to lt'iiru that tliero Is t
j li.'!i-.t one (IrniiodiMl tllhease tlmt
hi'Iciich li.'is bet-ii able to cure In nil
I its staoi, ami tlmt is Catarrab
I Hall's C'ntnrrnli Ccro Is the only
ptiItlvu cure now known to the
I nieilloiil fiiitnrnlty. Catnrrali beliiR '
j iicoiihtltutlniuil iIIm'iisb, ro(itilrs a 1
1 coiihtltutlonal tiontuieiit. Hall's'
j Catnrrali Oure Is taken Intornallj .
I acting tllrectly upon tho blood mid
iniicoiis mil faceh of the sybtoin,
thereby Destroy in); the foundation,
' of tin dlstmMi, and kI'IK' the i
patient htreiitjtli by liuihUiii; up the I
1 constitution and asistliit; nature in '
I dolnjj Its work. Tho proprietors (
I linri xi lntieli fnlth In Its dilative j
I power that they olTor one luiudri'd
1 ilollaih f.ii' any ease that It fmU t-i '
I pure Send for llht of testniioulaU. I
I Aililress K J. CIikiihj &lo.. To-'
Irdo. Ohio. 1
Sold by all DrilKKlhts' "in:
Take HnM'h l-'ninll.v Pills for con. j
I Hfp7o Make World Better i
I It ti eagy In tho world to live after
the world'! opinion; It li eiy In soli
tude to live after our own; but tb
vi-aaI: man la h whn in (ho niMat nf t
, W..w, .. .. .- w - . - ,-
1 the crowd kcopi with
' new tho Independence
perfect sweet -
Gr. W. TYE
LiYery, Sale & Feed
CORN, HAY, OATS AND
OTHER STOOK PEED.
2. No (Sit no botW, and when oice
Uid they mite i thoroughly torm-proot
nd (ire-proof roof, neither of which eta
be claimed for the wood itungle.
At to Dnce thev cost no more than a
hey cost much leu.
new today, and hare nerer needed repairs.
before purcliaslnj; your roofing:
UAUNDRY, DRY GLEANING
Rifle in the WORLD.
Made in two modi-Is
for .22 Short It. V.
tridfrn lhe other
Hide It. 1'.
RIFLE NO. 70.
Handles 15 .29
Short nnd I .ti
lone rifle cartridges.
Send for handsomely
i.truicl ldtlo Cata
ui d How to Shoot
Order Sterens Wflet
Pistols and Sboteuns
troin your Uouler,
P. O. Ban S0O4,
CHICOI'EIS FALLS, MISS.
' WIBMR.SWJTH BUSINESS CHl
Hl;r....i.lliMaiffirrU l a..rcaallU
and baaata ku.iaM. al.a H y.ari MjLS(la la.uaii
1 one jw
for . Long
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