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No. 1! " oxcrpl Sunday .........
No. St Dally, due...:, ......
. mill a.m.
..11.2 p. m
No. SI Dally, due
Vi. II " except Humlar..
Vo. 51 Dally, Oue. ...
. 3 IS p, in.
lUi a, in,
3 45 a. in
Street car leaves Hotel Jonoa twenty mln
utea Mora the acliediilecl time for train.
J, E. FAULKNER
(Jflires : Knox Street over stnro of
T.F. Faulkner Company
Powers & Smith
Attorneys a Counsulous at
J. M. ROBSTON
Over First National Hani
SOL HP- STE1CUS
Office' with Powers, Sampson nnu
IJAKUOURVILIYE. - - KY.
DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS
' EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
KYK8 TKSTKtl TOR OI.ASHIIS
At Hotel Jones 2nd and 1th
Monday of each month.
OUMHKHI.ANnUIVKIl BAPTIST ClllMtCII
Every Sunday In each raontb.Z
Morning Service ........... 10.45 a. m.
Eenlnif " 7-1) p. m.
SabUth School M5 a. m.
Traer Meetluir. Wednesday ...... 7:20 p. ra.
UEV.A.C. 1IUTSOX, Pa.tor.
FIHST METHODIST EPISCOPAL LIIUHCK
Eery Sunday In each month.
Mornlnir Service NW a. m.
Kvcnlnr " . 7-p.m.
Sabbath School . 9-11 a. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday. : p. m.
M. II. C., 1st. A 3rd. Mondays. 7:30 p. in.
UEV. F. w. HAltKOP. Pastor.
CIIIUSTIAN CHUltCH 8EltVICr
Morning Service 11:00 a. in
Evening ' 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School Miln.ni.
Junior Endeavor 1:M p. in
H.M. Workera Con., Tuea.... . 7KM p. in
Prayer M eetlnii, Tuesduy... ..... 7:45 p. m
PHESnYTEltlAN rilUKCH HEEVICES
Flrstland Third Sunday In each month.
Morning Service. .. . ..... 1110 a. m.
F.enlng- " ...... .. . 7.30 p.m.
Sunday School . . ... M'a. m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.. .7J0p. m.
HEV. HOpT. I,. 11UOWN, Pastor.
Sovond and Fourth Sunday In each Month.
Morninr Service 1I:0Oh. m.
' 0.15 u. in
BT.OIIKGOJtVS MAN I'ATHOMC
Mass and Sermon e cry First Sunday of the
month, at S-W a. in
Sermon and Eenliur Prajor. every Third
Sunday of the month, at 7:30 p. m.
ItK.V. P. AMIIUOSK llt.OUIt. O H. II.
Pastor, I'orbln. Ky.
Bakors of Good Broad
Buns, Rolls, Spanish
Macaroon, Plos, Gok8
and ovorythlng found
at a first class bakory
ittot onls tbc
cheapest but tbc best
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Will soon be upon us.
have you made for It?
about vour winter clothing?
suits, shoes, heavy underwear, and overcoats? $
Arc you going to wait until the first snow falls
and pneumonia and la grippe get hold of you be-
m 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
jjj see for yourself that we are giving better quali-
ty at less money than can be found anywhere in
m the city. Then let us
Cole, Hug'Hes & Co.
W. K. McNeil is
week on business.
in Jenkins lliis
J. W. Craft. oT London, is litre on
legal business this week.
Nolihy line of suits on disylny nt
Herndon & Tinsley's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. F. Davis were
in Williamsburg and Rook Hold last
Clins. Smith was home Thursday
attending the district meeting of
Harry Hershherg fell from the
new gas well derrick Sunday and
sprained his arm.
Chas. G. Hlnck and Chas. I). Cole
attended the races in Louisville the
first of this week.
Thomas Drake left here Wednes
day for Burning Springs where he
will do some gasfitting.
Hen Gregorv was in Pineville this
week, looking after the interests of
the llnrbourville Bottling Works.
Mrs. 0, D. Hutchins and daugh
ter Margaret left for their new
home in Johnson (. ity, Tenn , Wed
nesday, D. C. Payne, the jeweler, hns mov
ed from the l.awsou Holding to the
new Hoskins Building on Knox
The best assortment of correct
styles in cloaks and suits to be
found in this city nt Herndon &
Herndoa & Tinslev's store is the
ideal place to find just the kind ol
suit or clonk you want. See them
It is a well known fact that
Herndon & Tinsley's carry n better
line of up-to date suits and cloaks
than nny house in the city.
The basketball game at U. C. be
tween the Faculty nnd the regular
team resulted in the score of 35 to
1-t in fnvor of the regulars.
Mr. and Mrs O. C, McClung
spent n few days this week with
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lentznt Louis.
ville and witnessed the running of
the Endurance race Monday
Miss Mary Matthews who is
spending a few weeks with her fath
er at lilys, was the guest of the
Mioses Albright last Saturday and
Sunday night in this city.
M. Cannon has sold his luitchtr
shop in the lours Arcade to Mr S'un
Peter, who will continue to supply
his patron with fresh meats ol all
kinds, mid will nNo handle vegeta
bles in season,
W. W. Sawyer, manager ol the
Moving Picture Show, has made
arrangements wth Parker Mercan
tile Co. so that $1 in trade with
them will entitle vnu a ticket to the
moving Picture Show.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Matthews
and children were the gucxts of Mr,
and Mrs. P. V, Cole and .Mr, und
Have you thought $
fix you up for the win-
Mrs. . A. McDcnnott, in this city
the latter part ol hist week, return
ing linine Sunday afternoon to Pine
ville. Fred W. Hemphill has severed his
connenction with the News Stand
and Barber Shop in the Jones build
ing. K. F. Davis nnd F. Moore will
continue there as barbers but will
not handle the magazines and peri
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
Episcopal Church will give the sec
ond of their monthly socials in the
Sfcnday School Room, Monday eve
ning the fourteenth, at seven o'clock
There will be a program, a special
feature being the College Quartett.
Come out and enjoy the evening be
sides helping a worthy cause Ad
mission 10c including refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDonald
left here Sunday morning in their
auto for Garrard Countv but owing
to a breakdown on Cooley Hill
were forced to remain there a few
hours until repairs could be mndi
alter which they continued their
journey, and so far as we are able
to learn made the rest of the trip
without serious mishap, Gillis Cat
ron accompanied them.
Revival Meeting to Be
gin at Christian Church
The revival meeting ol the Christ
ian church will begin on Friday
night Oct 18th, conducted by Rev.
W. S. Irvin of Nicholnsville, Ky.
Hro. Irvin comes to us highly reco
mended and the officers of the
church ask that every member of
the church be present at the first
services. The entire membership of
the church extends a very warm
welcome to other denominations.
And especially those of the commun
ity who know not Christ as their
personal Savior to attend the meet
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Almoit the Limit In Invention.
A log ot wood cod a roll of paper
are placed In a new match-making
machine, and when human hands next
touch tho material it It all bound up
In packages containing one groia ot
boxes of matches, ready for the con
sumer. During the process the ma
chine cuts the wood into proper
lengths, sulphurs the ends, counts
them, makes tho paper boxes, prints
the labels on them, tills each box and
packs them. Tho machine haa been
patentod by a Norwegian match com
pany. New Patent of Merit.
A nail puller consisting of a curved
shoulder and a toothed wheel eccen
trically mounted la curried on one
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KNOX CIHCUIT COURT
W. F. Amlsotall'ltir.
T. II. Amis Ac. Dof'ts.
By ardor of tho Knox Clrctlt Court
rendorod nt Its April term, 1012, In
tho enso of W. V. Amis fcc plaintiffs
ngnitiBt T. If. Amis Ao dofondnnts.
I wilt ns Commissioner, oti tho 28
th day of Octobor Hlt2, saino being
first tiny of Knox County Court,
soil nt tho court hotiso door in Bnr
bmirvlllo, Ky., to the highest nnd
best bidder, tho following described
proporty, on a credit of 0 months.
FIRST TRACT, beginning nt a
whlto oak tho lowor cornor of n 08
ncro survey made In the name of
Dillnrd, nnd known ns tho lower
Dlllard corner; thenco with the
meander of the river nnd up the
same to a syenmoro a conditional
line originally mnde by Ambrose
Arthur, between his two sons John
nnd Thomas Arthur; thonco south
wardly with said conditional lino to
tho conditional lino between Wil
kerson Amis, and John G. Amis,
about 100 yards o of a sulphur
spring; thence with said condition
al lino to the beginning containing
100 acres more or less hut there Is
excepted from this boundnry tho
Wilkersuii Amis, gravo yard.
SECOND TRACT, bounded on
the o by the Cumberland River, on
the s by lands of S- B. Dlshmnn,
nnd J. J Purclful, on the w by the
lands owned by J. J. I'urclful nnd
the I'urclful heirs nnd on tho n by
R. S. Amis, nnd it is further bound
ed on the w by lands of Jack Amis,
nnd Mary J. Amis.
Said proporty will be sold on a
credit of six months the purchaser
to execute bonds with approved se
curity, bearing interest nt six per
cent, from date until paid, having
the forco aid effect of a juddement
and retaining a Hen on said proper
ty tiutil the purchase money is paid.
Witness my hand, this Oth day of
J. R. Jones, Commissioner.
Sale about 1 V. M. Purchnsors
must executo bonds as soon as sale
Is over, or the property will be Im
mediately put up and resold.
ANOTHER GOOD PATIENT GONE
Doctor Who Did Not Preterite At-
lantlc City a Place of Reet
Loe Woman'i Favor.
"Doctor," she plaintively Bald, "1
want you to tell mo Just what is the
matter with me."
"There Is nothing the matter with
you," the doctor replied, after he had
questioned her concerning her symp
toms, "except that you need a good
reft. Go away to some quiet place,
u'h.rii vnii rnn nit nr He around aud
be free from worry of any kind. You
don't need medicine. It woman t ao
you any good If you took It."
"Where would you advise me to
"Oh, you murt suit yourself about
that. There are plenty of places
where you can go any place that Is
quiet, where you can sit or Ue around
"Thank you. Do you think Atlantic
City would be a good place for met"
"No, don't go to any place like that
Select some quiet spot where you will
not have to worry about dressing or
anything of that kind. If you could
go up Into the woods somewhere, or
It you could spend a couple ot months
nn n MontAna. ranch. It would be the
best thing In the world for yon."
"Oh! Well. I've Just had six new
gowns made, and If you can't give me
any medicine thnt will make me feel
better I shall go to some other doctor
I never did bellee you knew any
From Captured Sllvsr
A silver sot was recently cold In
London said to htvo been made from
41m rtoovered from the Armada.
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y& froni Royal GrapeXrvam of Ttsrtar Sff?
NO PATCHES ON MY PANTS.
Ohl yes; I've heard about the trusts jj$j
t Ofhow I'm being "done," j$j
E Or how the wicked Tariff, too, jjgjj
S Is "robbing ev'ry one. fc
B But I am working ev'ry day, Jj
g And maybe you, perchance, S
Have noticed that I haven't got, 3$S
A patch upon my pants? $
They tell me that I am a ''slave"
Of "plutocratic" rule; SS
That I should vote for Wilson, and w
The party of the mule; j
That he will rip the Tariff up g
And on the pieces dance; w
But, please observe, I do not wear 9jg
A patch upon my pants. jg
Once I was led astray; I think
It was in 'ninety-two, Jt
When Clevland ran for President; st
I shouted for him, too; SSs
Thought there'd be work for ev'eryone
And wages would advance. st
He was elected and I wore lt
Big patches on my pants. 21?
I lost my job. and couldn't get ?gjS
Another thing do do.
I walked the street and ev'rywhere C
Souphouses met my view; &
And there were thousands, just like me 35
All fighting for a chance ?S
To earn their bread, and ev'rv man 3gS
Wore patches on his pants.
I will not vote for Wilson; no,
With him I don't agree.
As for his party, well, kind sis,
Once was enough for me. j
I've steady work, I have good pay,
And you may note; perchance, fH
I'm wearing crenses
u Of patches on my
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PETERS and PATT0N
5 Joaramy Jtouse and Juunch Jifoom
5 Modern and Up-to-date in Every Respect
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