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Matarcd. u HoconJ-CldM Matter February
P. 1HJ t ths Pwtofflce t IJnrbourTtllfl,
Ky., under Act of CongreM of Mrch 3. iht.
Onr Dollar Tor Year in Advance
The Official Organ or the Rcpuollcan
Party In Knox County.
We are authorized to an
nounce Thos. O. Mammons as a
candidate for County JihIro sub
ject to the action of tiio Kcpub
linan Tarty at the General
Primary to ho held Aur. '-'nil,
We authorized to annonnco J.
11. Blackburn as a candidate- f r
Jailer of Knox County, subject
to the action of the Progressive
Party, in tho General Primary,
to bo hold August 2nd, 1013.
hot omkwm, mmdm with
ROYAL Bmking Powdmr
mrm dmllctoum, health
ful mnd mmmlfy mmdm.
This week the editor of this
paper began his dtitios as As
sistant Cashier at the First Na
tional Rank. He will still re
main as editor of the Advocate,
although doing very littlo ftork
in theotltce other than managing
and oTorseoitiR the work nntido
A brief summary of tho politi
. cal situation all over tho Nation
appearing in the last Sundaj
edition of tho Lexington Leader
gives some interesting facts con
cerning the reuniting of the two
parties, Republican and Progres
sjve. Editor Robert" review
the situation after, investigating
conditions and reports and bj
communication with the variom
leaders in the several stutes anc
is in position to give the tnn
facts to which he adds his opin
In Kentucky there has been
much talk of fusion between the
Republicans and the Progressiv
es and in some counties then
probably in some agreement, but
gonerally speaking, there is a
tendency of the Hooevelt fol
lowers to go it alone, a conditio!
no doubt brought about by tin
stringent Primary Law of tint
atate which does not permit ol
fitBion. Here in Knox Count
there was some considerable talk
of a fusion of the Progressive
and the Democrats but it now
appears that each party will havi
candidates of iheir own. The
Democrats realize that this year
they have the bet chance for
' many years past to grab some ol
the local county otlices and the
do not now propose to bo side
tracked. Already we have an
announcement from a Kepubli
can and from a Progressive, al
though the latter party has not
yet perfected their organization.
However they will get togethei
about the first week in March
and will then formulate plan?
for their campaign.
Knox County has always boon
Republican, overwhelmingly so,
and under ordinary circumstan-'
ppr the Democrats would not'
have a look-in, and it was hoped
that those who dpserted the par
ty last fall would ee the error
oftheir ways and help to reor
ganize the party that has done
so much for them nnd that we
could all join together in the
tight against the common enemy.
There ate many good citizens jn
the county who voted for Uoosr
velt last fall who were sincere!
and voted that way as a repud-l
iationofthe methods u.ed by
Taft at tho Chicago convention,
who are now back under the old,
banner, while on the other hand J
wo have yet to bear of one single!
person who has joined the Bull
MooserB since the election.
Tho Republicans were in tho
majority then and they aro con-'
.siderably so now. Personally we
have Borne good friends on both
sides and would be glad to see
them reach a compromise and
"rally 'round the old llag." Let
us forget Taft and Roosevelt and
reason among ourselves a little,
for neither of theso two persons
are concerned about our inter-1
ftts here. Wo haw our owtn
conditions to deal with and why
can we notadvanco our own in
terefcti as well or bettor than
.lteeevlt, Taft, Bradley or Lea-
Wonder what has become of
tho war in the Balkans? Since
the Mexicans have bcon hitting
things up during the past two
weeks foreign war news has
been crowded oil' the front page
of tho dailies.
Mrs. II. 1'. Cnstnngtm entertain
ed n few members of her Sunday
School class and friends nt her home
nenr the depot Inst Sntimlnt cVeu
in A very plensnnt time was had
by those present. Kcfrcshnirnt!) of
wnfers nnd cocon were served.
Friday of this week Cole,
Uughes and Company begin one
of tho biggest "sales" "ever at
tempted in Knox County. They
have went to a great expense in
making arrangements for this
sale and are offering goods at an
extromely low figure. This is
not a "closing out" sale or
"bankrupt" salo but is for the
purposo of realizing some ready
money. Cole, Hughes fc Co.,
will be here after this salo and
xpect to do a bigger business
than ever. They no doubt will
he very successful in this sale, as
they are all well known over the
county and have the reputation
of dealing fairly with their cus
tomers. Pinochle Club Entertained
Mr. nnd Mrs. . A. McDcnnott
entertained the Pinochle Club nt
their home on Knox Street Inst
Friday evening. Twenty five games
were played, and at the conclusion
Miss Lucy Tinslcy nnd Dr. B B.
Dishman were awarded first prizes.
Delicious refreshments were served.
When you feel that you
can hardly drag through
your daily work, and are
tired, discouraged and
miserable, take Cental,
the woman's tonic.
Cardul Is prepare:
purpose or nt
women to retain
strength and health.
Not by doping with
strong drugs, but by the
Gentle, tonic action, ol
pure vegetable herbs.
Tho Woman's Tonic
Mrs. L. N. Nicholson,
of Shook, Mo., writes:
"Before I began to take
Cardul, I was unable to
do any wore" I'-have
taken 5 bottles and.fcave
Improved very much. I
can do the most of ray
"I can't say oo much
for Cardul, it hasdoofio
much for me."
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C.L. Terrell Dcfts.
By order of the Knox Circuit
Court, rendered nt its January term,
1913, in the case of Harriet Terrell
plaintiff against C. 1.. Terrell de
fendant. I will, as commissioner,
on the 22 day of February 1913.
sell at the home of Hnrriet Terrell
near Place, Ky., to the highest nnd
best bidder, the following decribed
property, or enough thereof to sat
isfy the judgement in said case,
amounting to $2500.00, vie.
All the personel property ol C. L.
Terrell consisting of 2 cows, 1 calf,
13 hogs, 1 buggy and harness, 2
mules, 25 logs, set blacksmith tool
farming implements, 1 saddle, feed
stuffs, household goods etc. It being
the same property attached in this
And also on Monday the 2lth
day of Feb. 1913. same being county
court day I will sell nt the front
door of the court house in Uarbour
villc, Kentucky nt public outcry to
the highest nnd bidder the follow
ing land or a sufficient amount
thereof to complete the satisfaction
of above judgement.
A certain tract or parcel of land
lying in Knox County, Ky., on the
waters of Lynn Camp Creek. Be
ginning nt a maple on the bank of
Stony Fork Creek near the mouth
of a small branch; thence north
eastwardly direction to a maple
near a spring oil the north side of
said spring; thence northeastward
ly direction to a stone at the County
road; thence with snid road a
north direction to a blnck oak
stump and a stone; thence west-
wardly to a stone on the hank of
Stony Fork Creek; thence down the
creek with its meanders to a point
opposite two sourwoods; thence
crossing creek to same; thence
southwestwardly with May's line
to a stone; thence eastwardly with
Peace's line to n stone and two
dogwoods; thence to the beginning
containing 4-5 acres be the same
more or Ics9,
Said property will be sold on a
credit of six months the purchasers
to execute bonds with approved se
curity, bearing interest nt six per
cent, from date until paid, having
the force nnd effect of a judgement
and retaining a lein on said proper
ty until the purchase money is paid.
Witness ray hand, this Gth day
of Feb. 1913.
W. W. Byrlcy, Commissioner,
Sale about 1 P. M. Purchasers
mast execute bonds as soon as sale
is over, or the property will be itn
mediately put up and resold,
Arnold tlencger Doyle & Co.,
By virturcof execution No. 3037
issuing from the Knox Circuit CouM
on the 13th day of January, 1913,
I, S. II. Jonc, SlicrilT of Knox
County will on Momlnv Fob. 21th,
1913, the same being the first dn
of Knox County Court, s:ll nt pub
ic outcry nt the front door of the
Court House in llnrhoumlle, Ky to
the highest and bcl bidder the
following described prnierty:
Hounded an the noitli by land I
Harriet Terrell; on the cast by
lands ol lihsh Perkins on the south
by the cnttntv rond lending to ( or
bin, Ky., nnd on Me vvrst li hint s
of Leroy Pence, containing nlim
GO ncresnnd levied nuns the pro
rty of Simon Pence Jan 15th, 191
Sale will lie lnrcnli or on n ere
it of six months with approved
enrity, the purchaser to execu
bond bearing interest nt the r
nf 6 per cent f om date of sale, n
having tile force and ell', ct ol
judgement, find retaining a ten
upon same until alt t lie purchns
money shrill hae been paid.
The amount lo lie raised is $192
50 and interest at the rate ol 0 per
cent from the 20th da of Decem
ber, 19.19. and $30 probable c si
Given under my baud this 5 h
dny of February 191..
S H ones. S. K. C
Rev. Edward A Wilson was cur
ed by sitnp'e means of n seven
tin i a nnd lung nfTectjon which de
veloped into consumption. Kyou
will write to Mr. Chns. A. Abbott,
GO Ann StJCew York City, he will
send you (FRES OF CHARGli)
Mr. Wilson's full description of his
cure. It will cost you nothing and
mny prove a blessing.
Revival Services at the
Revival services were begun ni
the Baptist Church in this city
Monday evening. Rev. T. Martin,
evangelist, and Mr. and Mrs. Seliol
field ns singers are conducting the
services assisted by the pastor Kcv
Ilutson. Large crowds have been
attending and everything points to
a very successful meeting. Thet.e
services were to have been started
Monday evening by Rev. Martin
but he failed to arrive and in his
absence Rev. Hutson pren hed the
opening sermon of this series of
meetings. The meetings will last
two weeks or more.
SuectM In Audlty.
CrMt tU 6MB of l4utrjr Md
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To introduce our verv completr
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silks, etc., hdkfs, Inces nnd petti
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ket. Dealing direct with the mill
you will find our prices low. Pro
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and full instructions parked in
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prepaid. No money rc-quiied. Iijc
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10 Bitmhnm'on, N Y.
Many men are
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the LigtU& Myers
Duke's Mixture sack.
One 5c nackase holds
many ptpefuls of pure, mild
smoking or. If you please,
ft will make many claret cs of
the good old-fashioned kind thn you
Duke's Mixture, made by the
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. nt Dur
ham, X. C, is the favorite with ciga
rette smokers. It's the tobacco that
makes "rolllnjj" popular with men
who want the true taste of pure,
mild, selected tobacco.
We're making this brand tlin lender of
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et better irranulated tobacco than Duke'i
You still feet the same big one tmd a
half ounce aack enough to make many
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jou get a book of cljtarrtlr papers anil a
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Something for rvrry member nf tho
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Our new illustrated catalogue of pres
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Wool on Commission. Writ for cilce-
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A great many fence users don't really
know what quality of material manufac
turers put into their fences, nor how
they make them.
Your money goes for tho fenco you
buy. Why don't you find out whnt you
are getting for your money?
x ou aon t Duy cows or farm machinery
without full investigation.
Test tho fenco before you buy and know
what yourmoney goes for. Our new cata
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Wc don't care how many different makes
offence you test, you'll find "Pittsburgh
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