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THF MIUNTAIN ADVOCATE
PWM.ISHKB KVKkY FRIDAY AT
!mas. D. Colk
llntrrrcl it Hcin.OImii Mntter Kvhrtmr?
;. 1901 nt th PiHtomro nt llitrlKHirvlllP.
'.. Under Art of I'mnrrmnl Mnreli.T, lCl'.
'Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance.
The Ofticlal Organ or the RcpiiDticnn
, Party In Knox County.
We have this week t In an
nouncement of Tliot. (. Ham
limns, of Scalf, who is a candi
date for County -Judge on the
Republican ticket. He hoiiooi
the best known citizen" in tlii
county and promiscH if elected
to give a square deal to all. and
we feel sure from what we know
of Mr. Ilatumnns that h1 would
make a Rood ollicial. We like
his politics, and he does not
hesitate to tell where he stands.
The good women of this city
composing the Civic League have
begun early on their campaign
for funds to he used to heautify
Barbourville and on next Satur
day evening at Union College
will give an entertainment for
this purpose. There will lie a
variegated program which prom
ises to include features iicver
before produced in tliir city,
besides musical numbers ot
high class, and the entertain
ment will be well rorth the price
of admission. Here is a chance
for all to help a deserving caue
and yet get your inonev's worth.
Our idea is that we had all bet
ter turn out at this time in full
number and help fill the treas
ury while we get a show for our
money for if we do not they will
get. us later when we will not
have a hov for our money.
YOU be there and bring some
one with you and fill the chapel
to standing room.
Economizes Butter, Flour,
Eggs ; mattes the food more
appetizing and ivholesome
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
AND K. B. ft.
The plan to add a depart men t
f trutee to the Kentucky Kduca
tional Association i commcndnhle
.tnd every trustee in tin.- county
hhould attend the meeting ol the
Association at Louisville, April .10.
Our county nnd Circuit Court
1 Icrks now have their Associations
s do the Sheriff's, Circuit nnd County
litdgeu, Countv and Common-
calth's Attorneys. Thev have
Minod it advantageous to meet and
discuss nmong themselves the
problems coiiiuion to them nil,
planning legislation and adminis
trative reforms and adopting, as
far as may be, a desirable uniform
sistem. If it is important that
these officials -hould meet annually
lir official conferences, how much
more vitally important is it that
the men entrusted with the control
ol our common schools should work
out their problems in concert. The
State Superintendent has notified
the people of Kentucky that at last
the success or failure ol his admin
istration will depend upon the kind
ol men they elect as trustees and
how they account for themselves in
the administration of the local
school affair. Here then, is no
small measure of responsibility as.
IJach local hoard encounters its
peculiar cmbarrassmente nnd prob
lems, but the chances arc that
when the trustees go to that meet
ing, they will find there someone,
who has met and solved those vert
problems, while they can give like
aid to others. There are questions
of school legislation to be considered
at the associtation meeting The
trustees can bring into their con
sideration the trustee's view-point
, and that of his constituency, to
supplement und modify the profes
Arnold Hen.-gcr Doyle ,j Co ,
hi tends the K 15 A will return
hniiie eiithtiiatte over Ins work,
feeling thas his i tin ollice to be
proud of, and instead of the gra
tuitous service he performs being a
burden in the future, it ttill he his Si,,,on leacc-
pleasure. Uy virturc of execution No. ;i(!37
As fur the iiMcndiince of the issuing liom the Knox Circuit Conn
teachers, we can only add i lint on the t.'tth da of anunrv, 1913,
while the average tvuue ol the tench- I, S. II. ones, Sheriff of Knox
ersin Kentucky is not what it ought County will on Monday l-'eb. 24th,
to lie. we have little svmpathv lor 1913, the same being the first dnv
the teacher who has not enough of Knox ounty Court, s-.- at pub
professional interest and s pirit to lie outcry nt the 'rout door ol the
attend a professional gathering and Court House in llnrbourville, Kv to
so help hiuw-ll. ' the highest and best bidder the
following described property:
i Hounded on the north bv land of
Harriet Terrell; on the east by
I'll IT lands ol Iilislia Perkins on the south
' by the count v road leading to Cor
I bin, Kv., and mi the tvet bv Iniu
I'C-III-. I I I, I
Ill I.CIIIV I c.nr, Lllll lllllllll itIHJII
jiTJraveting Agricultural 'Display
, A seventy-live foot railroad car specially designed and decorated to exhibit proiK
nets of the Oreat and Fertile Northwest. Prepared and sent out by the Northern
Paeilic Itailway to SHOW YOU what is being raised by prosperous farmers and fruit
t riowitk in the rich states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, "North Dakota. Montana. Idaho,
Washington and Oregon.
-i Wi" rrpn mm mi t?&t i-'Jui fWByjMppJf.
In this car you will see what you c. uld do if you v re located along the Scenic
Highway in the Land of Fori line.
You could larm by intensive method on irrigated land, or you could "dry farm"
on lion-irrigated land. You could raise Irtiit, vegetables, poultry and dairy products
making money and enjoying life just as thousands of people are lining out in this mar
This Kxhihit Car, which you an1 cordially invited to inspect, will be at
Williamsburg, Monday, Feb... J 0th'
L. & 1 Depot
Corbin, Tuesday, Feb. 11 th
Bcrca, Wednesday, Feb. 12th, P. M.
Bcrea, Thursday, Feb, 13th :
Come and See .
&rny 2our Jrenda
ir you cannot visit the cur, write us and tell us what state
or section you are interested in. We will gladly send free
booklets to your home address.
Itic Scenic Highway
Land ot fortune
C. L. Terrell
fly order ol the Kno Circuit
Court, rendered at Us auuart term.
1913, in the inse ol Harriet Tirrell
plaintifT against C U Terrell de
lend int. I will, as cnmtni-sinner,
on the 2a da of Februnry 1913
sell at the home of Harriet Terrell
near Place, Ky., to the highest mil
best bidder, the following deenbed
propertx, or enough thereof to sat
islv the judgement in said ca-e.
amounting to $2500.00, viz.
All the personel property ol C L
Terrell consisting ol 2 cows, 1 call.
13 bogs, 1 buggv and harness, 'J
mules, 2o logs, set blacksmith tool
farming implements, 1 Middle, Ireil-
stuffs, household ii)ds etc. It being
the same property attached in this
And nlso on Monday the 21th
day of Feb. 1913 same being count
court dav I will sell at the from
door of the court bouse in bnrbour i.
ville, Kentuckv at public outcrv to I "'ere will be tiled m the Count
the highest and bidder the follow I Court of Knox Countv on Feb 2inh
inc land or a sufficient amouni lyl3 a petition for a change ol
thereof to coinnlete t he sausfaetionl roadwav le.ubng from Flat t.iek, ,
I... I. HUIOKKU. (Jeneral hntnigration Agent, St Paul, Minn.
A. M. OLELAND, General Pastcnger Agent, St. Paul. Minn.
(50 ncics and let led on as the prop-'
irty of Simmi Peace an loth, 1913.
Sale will lie Inrcnslt or on a cred
it ot six months with npproved se
curity, the purchaser to execute
bund I caring interest at the rate
of G ptr cent bom date of sale, and
li.iviii;: the lorcc and effect of a
judgement, und retaining a lein
upon same until all the purchase
money shall hate been paid.
The amount to lie raised is $192.
o0 and interest at the rate of G per1
cent Irotn the 20th dot ol IK i em
ber. 1909. and $30 probable cost
Given under m hand this ."nli
da cf I'ebruart 191".
S. 11 ones, S. K. C. '
"I was very nervous,"
writes Ars. 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 ed than any
medicine I ever took.
"I am 44 years old and
the change has not left
me, but I am lots better
since taking Cardui."
nURPEr R yj ',,VT'M(Hll
. m 1 S wsiTirfiiiiitHs?P wiirutVA 11
NOTICE - - Change in
Have You Seen
ilia, Coupon Now in
Ky., up llig Siinkiiii; Cieek through
i he lands of f. M. 1;. linker and
lames Warren and described as
of above judgement.
A certain tract or parcel of I. mil
lving in Knox Countv, Kv., on the i
waters of Lynn Camp Creek He. j follow-:
ginning nt a maple on the bank of. beginning at station 0 on a stake,
...... . . i ... -.1 I...- II l I ..!..
Stony Fork Creek near the mouth '" 4,.,',, 'V '- " . '' '"
of a' small branch; thence north- ' " e heretofore surveyed by
eastwardly direction to a maple ' l'"m-is Keese: thence running along
near a spring on the north side of
said spring; thence northeastward
ly direction ton stone at the I ounty
road; thence with said road a
north direction to a black oak
stump und a stone; thence west
ward ly to a stone on the bank of
Stony Fork Creek; thence down the
creek with its mennders to a mint
opposite two sourwoods; thence
crossing creek to same; thence
southwestwardly with Mat's line
to a stone; thence eastwardly with
Peace's line to n stone and two
dogwoods; thence to the beginning
containing 4." acres be the same
more or less,
Saiil proierty will be sold on a
credit of six mouths the purchasers
to execute bonds with approved se
curity, bearing interest nt six per
cent, from date until paid, having
ional aspect, as it is presented t o ' the force and effect of a judgement
the teacher and the superintendent. ""d retaining a lein on said proer.
There i this helpful exchange of ( ty until the purchnse money is paid,
experiences: but there is still the Witness my hand, this 0th. day
i-4. I13ki.- r :.i: .t r I nf Krli. 1913.
tewSlt tele acuuired bv contact , W. W. Uyrley, Commissioner.
with others engaged in the same Sale about 1 P. M. Purchasers
wrk, and listening to addresses by i '"u cute bonds as soon as sale
Kkeol expert We hazard the ex- over, or the property will he im-
tatioa that every tnmtee who ( Mediately put up nad reod,
the upper edge of the present road
and the heretofore proposed survey I
route to station 3; thence nlong the ;
heretofore, survey to station 1- 0
near a ravine; thence around the
ravine, and above the heretofore
proposed survey so as to obtain ni
suitable grade line to station 7;
thence with the herc-tn-fore survey
ed route to a ravine below Alex
linker's houc, thence around said
ravine so as to obtain about 1 per
cent grade line to a point about 2
feet below station 3 50; thence a
little above the heretofore surveyed
route to station 5 . 50; thence a
little above the heretofore surveyed
route to station G - 20; thence be
low the heretofore surveted route
so as to abtaiu about 1 per cent
grade line to the line between Alex
Ilakcr nnd James Warren; theme
through the land of lames Warren
nnd below the laretofore surveyed
route to station 10; thence above
the heretofore surveted route and
above a spring nenr lames Warren
line to station 18 50 near a ra
vine, so as to obtain a suitable
grade line to station 20 ."('.
C. II. Parrqtt, Komi
Hnginrer for Knox Countv
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 do.
If Cardui cured Mrs.
Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it
surely will cure you too.
Won't you try it?
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as thev enn-j
not. rnach th ilIhnsiMl portion of
th" ear Tlmro l only on way tn
euro deafness, ami that is liy com ,
stltutiounl remedies. Deafness is
eiitisod by nil inflamed coudltlim'nf
the mucous lining of the Hiistnelil-in '
Tulm When this tuhn is Iiifliimed
you have a ruinb ini; sound or Im-'
perfect lieaiing, and when It Is en-
1 1 rely closed, Deafness Is the result,
ami unless the imllauiHtfoii mi lie
taken out ami this tube restored to
Its normal condition, heuiiui: will,
lie destroyed for ever: uiiiii e.ises i
out of ton arc caused by tint a r rail
which is nothing but an lulbiiuedl
condition of the mucins hi. Knees.
We ulll give One Handled Dul-'
litis for any case of Deafness i-itiised
by oiitnrrli that cannot lie uuieil by'
Hull's Ctarrh Uuru. .senil for
K- J. (UIKNKY & CO, Toledo. ().
.Sold by Druirglsts. 7i"c.
Take HaIP Family Pills fur costi-pitlon.
Liggett $ Myers Duke's Mixture mnkes a
pretit pipe snioke and rolled into ti cigarette
nothing run beat it.
it ib the favorite smoke of thousands of
men who want selected, pure, Virginia and
North Carolina bright-leaf tobacco.
II you have not smoked Duke's Mixture,
made by Liggett Myers at Durham. N. C.
try it at once.
Kncli s: t-k contains one and a half ounces of
tobacco t hat isequal to any 5egrunulnted tobacco
made and with each sack you get a book of
cigaiette papers FH.KK and
A Coupon That is a Dandy.
These coupons are kkkI for msnjr
valu.'ihlr presents such as Matches,
cameras, jewclr) , furniture, razors,
As a special oner, during Feb
ruary and March only,
we will tend you our illus
trated catalog oF present!
FREE. Just tend us your name
and address on a xtal
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