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No.St Dully, duo.
Vo.EI Dully, (Inc.... ...
'No. II " except Sunday..
S'o. 1 Dally.duc .-,- ....
, 3.48 p. m
, ruin. m.
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Street Mr li-mei Hotel .tone twenty min
utes lieforo tho ehcrt'ulod time for train
Kiery Plinth) In each month,
Mi.nluir ... 7.30 p. IH.
Hl.t...l. fielinnt ...-. -5
rrayor Mcctlnir, Wodncudny '& P- m
IIFV.A.C. UUTSON. rastor.
OUR BARGAIN COUNTER
We have inaugurated a bargain counter
and every day something is added to it.
Here you will find various articles selling at less than
actual wholesale cost. Watch this counter for bargaing
' I.. II I I. I l.L.. .1 F I-
A lare quantity men's ready
made clothing came in this week.
If you want a suit you will do well
to call on us.
i' II f( c - wed i in.
(Ill 'nl lit (flc, IV. i (.tmrili )v
Ue, C lluuoii ami bu s
buried at tlic C Itv Cemeterv Sunday
She was n member 01 the Hnptift
I Church here and was a good
Christian woninn beloved tiy nil
who knew Iter. She leaves a bus
KIIIST MKT1IOI1I8T EPISCOPAL CIItlHCII
Ker) Sunduyln each month.
......... 7-10 p.m.
r iM imlnirScnlco ..
Hnb'mtli School ... ..m,
lner ''eotlntr. Tlnirwlny .. 7-a0p. m.
M. D. C, 1st. 3rd. Mondays, 7:30 p. m.
IlKV. K. It. OVr.lU.Y. 1 Mstor.
HAY, OATS, FEED Etfc
Received this week car load Best No. i, Indi
ana Timothy Hay worth $I.2s per hundred lb.
Also car good clean oats. If you need any,
hand mid three small
sides n host of friends
On Main Hit ween Sixth nd Suvbxtm
American and European Plans
I COLE, HUGHES & CO.
L DEPARTMENT TORE 1
ICIIItlSTIAN CIIUUUII HKUVlOnS
,... .11 OOa-tn
'. J30 p. m.
!. .-- Is30 P-a
r.tnlii(t " .
Snbuuth School ,
H , f. W 1 1 kern' Con., Tues
Trnycr i cetinii. Tueday-...
7.00 p. m
VIIIWIlVTEItlAN niUKCIt sr.IlVICES
TlrtJ ml Tlilnl Sunday In each month.
Mo'iiinircrvke. 11:00 a. ra.
vpnlnir " 7J0p.m.
Hunday School 9.15a.m.
Prayer Meutlnir, Wwlnonlav 7JJ0 p. m.
IIT.V. lKIIIT. I.. IIIIOWN. Pastor.
Second und Fourth Sunday In oach Month,
II :IHJ a. m.
7:30 p. m.
0.15 a. m
ST.OIIEGOHY-S MAN CATHOLIC
Maraud Pennon eory Tlrst Sunday of.tho
in"ntli,nt 8:.M. m
Sermon ami Evculnif Prajfr, every Third
Sunday of the- month, at 7-10 p. in.
hev. p. AMiutosE icuonit. o.s.n.
J. fe. FAULKNER
Offices: Knox StrectNiverstoroof
'I . F.li'aiilUiior& Company
Powers & Smith
' Attorneys ' ounseloks at
J. M. ROBSION
OpriCE: Ovei hroi National Banl
Ofllco with Powers, Sampson nun
llAUHOUnVILLE, - - - KY.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
EYKH 1INTKI) KOlt OLAHHKR
At Hotel Joiip" 2nd Monday
of each month.
George C. Watkins, of London,
was in this city last Sunday.
Miss Effie Barton, of Middlesboro,
was the week end guest of the Miss
es Sevier, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clutts, of
Elys, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Perry V. Cole in this city Saturday
Little Jean Howes who has been
confined for several days past with
encasels has also developed plictt-
aionta and is very seriously ill.
Miss Amanda Lambdin resinned
her position as stenograper for
Black, Black and Owens last week,
and departed for McCrcary County
where she was recently appointed
Miss Beulah E. McNemar a pop
ular V, Va. entertainer and reader
will give here adaptation of "Mrs.
Wiggsofthe Cabbage Patch" at
Union College, Feb. 24th. Miss
McNeraan conies highly recommend
and a treat is promised the people
of Uarbourvillc in her appearance
Rev. Newberry, ol Winchester be
gan his religious services at the
Court House last Tuesday, having
postponed the date of bis opening
sermon last Sunday on account ol
the death of Mrs. A. L. Parker, and
also on Monday evening on account
ol the entertainment at the Union
college Chapel by the ladies of the
The I ivic League gave a very
pleasing entertainment at the Union
i ollege Chapel last Monday evening
uid a handsome sum of money was
raised, which will go into their
rcai u rev. It is theit piant to
aise money enough this year to
rect a fountain at the East side
Ollic Burton, etc. Pltff
Elizabeth Jnrvis", etc. Dcfis.
By order of the Knox Circuit
Court, rendered at its Jnnuary term
1013 in the cac of Dlhc Ilurton etc.
plaintiffs against Elizabeth Jnrvis
and etc., defendants.
I will, as commissioner, on the
2t day of Feb. 2013 same being first
day of the hebrunry term of the
Knox County Court, sell at the
Court House door in Harbourvilie,
Ky., to the highest nntl best hid Icr
of the Public Square, and every one the 'ollowing described property
should assist tlum in this work, v'z,
A fMrf rtf Innrl kiritirofl rn tlia
t w .! .... I " iim '"H"' " mfc
rtirs. j fti Kiuciic was caucu lo
iSS.og and up
FuropeanPlan $1.00 and up
We serve the best American-plan meals in the South
Ik if Lflisie Hotel b
Roanoke, Va. this week on nccount
of the very serious illness of her sis
ter Mrs Sue Miller, whom it was
reported was not expected to live
unless there was a decided change
in her condition immediately. Mrs.
Miller is well known here, having
spent several months in this city
Inst summer and she has a large
number of friends here who regret
to learn of her illness.
Revival services will begin nt the
Baptist Church nest Monday even
ing, being conducted by Rev. T. T.
Martin, and assisted by Mr. and
j Mrs. Scholfield as singers. Rev.
1 Martin comes recommended as an
, able speaker who arouses action in
! every community wherein he con
ducts these revival services. The
music at these services will be a
special feature and no doubt will be
attended bv large audiences.
HERMAN RTElNTIII-iBKR, Mgv
Rev. J. H. Blackburn An
nounces for Jailer
waters of Goose Creek in Knot '
County, Kentucky and is bounded
as follows: on the north by lamb
of Joe Riley, on the South by lands
ofjns. Unmmon's widow; on the
East by lands of Henry Childers
and on the West by lands of Jas
C. Bailey and it being the track of
land which Xannie Riley deceased
inherited from the estate of her
father Jack Riley and nlso the tract
of land x hRIi was conveyed to the
said Nannie Riley bv Amanda Lucas
deceased and contains about 2o0
acres. Said land being sold for the
benefit of the heirs ol Xannie Riley
Said property will be sold on
a credit of six months the pur
chaser to execute bonds with ap
proved sccuritv, bearing interest at
6 per cent, from date until paid,
having the force and eflcct of a
judgement and retaining a lein on
said property until the purchase
money is paid.
Witness my hand, this oth day of
W. W. Byrley Commissioner.
Sale about 1 P. M. Purchasers 1
inuat execute bonds n soon as sale
is over, or the property will be in-
' mediately put up and resold.
M DAVIS and MOO I IK
Rev I. H. Blackburn, a well
known Baptist preacher and con
tractor, has announced for Jailer, on
the Progressive ticket. This is the
first announcement for the office ol
laiier for the coming election, all Deafness Cannot Be Cured
though there are any number who j.
are conducting quiet enmpntgns and
will announce soon. Rev, Black
burn is well known in this county
and is making his campaign, not
upon what the county owes him,
but upon his merits.
Mrs. Parker, aged 31, wife of Dr.
A. L. Parker ol this city, died at
her home on River Street last Sat
urday morning, Feb. 8th, after a
by local application. a,s thoy can
not reach the diseased portion pt
tho car There is only one way to
cure deafness, and that is by con
stitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of
the mucous linintr of the Eustachian
I'ubo When tins tube is Inflamed
you have annulling sound or im
porfect hearing1, and w hen it is en
tirely closed. Deafness Is the result
and unless the iintlnmatiim can be
taken out nml (his tube restored to
its normal condition. Iionriug will
be destroyed for ever: nine canes
out of ten are o;intd l. Catarrah
which is uothiutr luit nn inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
Wo uill glvoOne Hundred Dol
lars for any en-e of Deafness caused
by catnrrli that einiiot lie cuied by
Hall's Cntmrli Cure. "end for
lairculaiH, free. ,
V. 3. OHENK A CO, Toledo, O.
Sold ly nruifgihts, 75c.
Take II I1V Family lillh for eosti-patiuu.
BflflJJfclrSsoHte Lamp Oil &g
ihhj wks t' 'xr v i i (i Escii iiSSj
I Sare eyes : .i i tj. 'iurd i i .. j rir works.
I CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. I
I Heflnerx at Wumu, Pa Jlfffrfdrurir Motor ..Molln, N-Curb, Auto OILS
w4MfttnMMJuvk. 3& msw-
I will be in Itnrbnurvillc
FIRST MONDAY IN EACH MONTH
AT HOTtL JONES
IXlMIUllON Of lit IU f REl
If a cork is too laro for thd bottle
In which ou wish to use It, lay It on
Its eldo, and with a little board or
ruler roll It under all tho preisure
ou can put on It, snyn an exchange.
Wc have just received a car load of NEW furniture
which wc arc selling cheap
Not Second-Hand. But all NW
II We have entirely cut out all second-hand goods and j
will handle nothing but the best and highest class. g
m We can save you money and sell you a better piece ol iw
furniture than any man in Barbourvillc has ever offered 'jji
Wc guarantee every piece wc sell to be substantial and $
;jj if we cannot show you that our good- arc better and t
;j more strongly built we do not ask you to buy from us jjjv
$ r.nm -u iriTTtt VTTTIRF. STORE .'.
Corner River Street on the Square j
3 WORLD .FAMOUS SOAPS - 3
1 M U KSNDBICK'S
nmiiai Iiark soaus
; and Gleaning Comaound
i hi i r rul life. Wo owe
tn i lipprful life. We,
It Is theriehtof evenonc t- i ve nnd or.n t'u
it to ounelvis and those who liv. vtim us to liv
caanotdoso if 111 health taken h"i.i vi m
The wife, mother and daughter suffering from hot ilashaa, nervouaneta.
headache, backache, dmeffinirlci'n l'olinft, oi any th r waaLnoan due to dlaorden
ee UTetrularitlM of the dfheate ftitulc urvant la not only a burden to henetf.
but to her loved ones.
TKnU a rmmtJy. Forty car oxpcncncc hai proven unmlataktbly (hat
will reitore httUi to weakened vomarl nd Tor 40 j-on ft lia aurvivetl
prejudice, envyand malice. SDld by tiputt r in mfnllfHue in tiquid or tablet fomu
Dr. Picrce'i Favorite Ircacrlplioii T blct can lo had of druu-frnt or mailed on
receipt of ono-ccnt umpsfcr 11.00 or GOc iuc Adt'rns it V l'.erce, 11. D..
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate
stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, !ny grannie.
Let us tako your tiieasurtniiMit for that nmv Spring Fiut
We can give you u lit and savt you money, uml wo do not
require any money until yt u get theeltdhes t ml esainino.
John E Golden Furniture Co
Now 10 ornts. Inrnicrlv 25 cents
Electric Cleaning Gompound Soap
lleiinit'ii lur. iriii ii It nr p.ilnt frnin
atlka i-ni itx iiikI utKileiu uiul eli una kilt
UlllM'a. 1'rlw I" i. 'UK.
Kendrick's Foot and bath Soap
I'urtln'il aorc biiriiinu ni'utliiKoriiolilur
fiet ulo uxcxul' hi iIih twill ii tul in It
Qulllai bark toilet soap
The 1k-i ciitn)i. un ip in AiutiriMi. 10
;;; I tl3 3tnv u mi ; o'onpound
M I For inrix't, (iiriiluiix n. Price W ei ntt
Vt- Anlili,il llrvt I'rle M, Jul over nil Cunt
(t.Y i IKilltnntut I III l-i.lll it i i, r miii.II lull, Imla-
;, Utile, Ky l-M llii- ik.ii u nrlxi viUincr
I'Ji nr alucti
DU'IOMV IHlit nwiirtt for oxi-ellono
at unit. IU- KmiiIoii t'iiu'lniiatl i .
Sold t'enwliiv n I'J mull imwIiiuo paUl
10 ifiitan i'iiki.
V(l:N'rVAT ' ' .iiiiv ierrtti.ry.j
Mnkiillirre il'ilUiinii ly mlliii YiHirapur!
Black's Pulmonic Syrup
The New Remedy For
Tuberculosis D Bronchitis
lliinilivhiiiii, Ma , Jan , HU.i
To whom It ii'ii Concern.
I wan pronounced to lie in the lat-t -lap;e uf tutu iculosin
whon Dr. V, K. ltlnelt lirst called n ine hevi rnlniontlih ,ts:o
I was hnvinjr lioinurhnBi'S lnstliiBsoeml liourh ouch time,
and was sinking fnht 1 Iiail iieeii nhen up by other pliji
clans, whou l)r; Itlnek IttKan lu- in atmetil. After two 01
throe treatnieiils lie !ucceehiil in stoipiur tlie lieiunrliaee
I had a verv b.td cuuli mid gut little or no rest. AIv eoinrli
also befjun to i?et bottr and tlually loft uie entlrtth. My
family auMidl a myself, bIh Dr. Illnck credit for hnxinj;
l)urlnirliu pnst few days I luivo had Dr ('. M Iliidulplt
and Dr.'uonO. Mootu, promhiisut pliloiiuiN of Itlrnilnsliom.
Ala mnko ti thoriu;li eaminathiii, ami tlin state Hint I
hnvo now no luin? tumble
I would consider It a plmiMir t nnswer any coliiinuiileii
tlon roRardlnR myself, especially If I can ie the moans ol
helping others by tellinfr them u hat Dr Illnok's Ielllinp
has doi:o for inc.
My address let '-"A 4 Oakland Ave., lilrminshnm. Ala , mid
I eau bo hocu there at any time, ami I would be cild to jive
invon a perxonal iuturvfuw (sinned) Mrs.lt I, XKI4SK
Subhcrlbed and nworn to helore me thin, the 16th day of
Jnntinry. 1913 J. h M. UHSslSI., N'otiii. I'unllc.
My nuiiinishlini esplres April. Uill.
Tor I ull liileriiiotlon .Aililren.
Black's Distributing Agency
1201-2 First NatM Hank Uldq. N'.ishville, lenn.
time. WrltwRWItW tlli7.ll'
M.O.Kt'.NOHICKjtt. CO. NcHpert, KVi
sini win no eionntea to nt in a tht
altiiiiMlMiiii ifi Wn 1 1 1 in 1 1 -'
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