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VICTOK A. JOR8AN
tQ4nt Pushed Kor County Attorney
Victor A. Jordan Is being urged by
his many friends to enter the raco
for County Attorpey of Knox County
on tho Republican ticket.
lie wns ndmttted to the bar nine
yearn a to and baa bcon successful
in hli practice.
He Is also a farmer and lives on
tho farm whoro he has lived all hla
If ho decides to enter the race he
will mako It warm for his opponents
os ho Is a mixer and a. sticker and
will bo hard to beat.
GOOD ItOADS UIMi 1'ASHKS
Waj'ilngton, D. C. Feb. 9, 1921.
Editor Mountain Advocate,
Houeo pjocd hill authorizing one
hundred million dollars for roads
j. m. nonstoK
Tho doath of Mr. Wni. Mc Stewart
of Artomus, occurred at hie home,
Thursday, February 3rd, at 7 p. m.
death being due to complication-
r Deceased was born seventy-five
i j cars ugo and spent hla entire life
in Knox County. He Is the father of
feveiiteon chlldron, sixteon of whom
arc still living, eight boys and eight
girls. Thirteen of the children at
tended tho funeral His wife ulso
The funeral vv,to liolJ Saturday fit
the home, Uov. Carroll and W. H.
Marsee officiating. Interment was
lit the Purslfull graveyard near Ar
teiiim Beautiful foral offerings were
sent by tho staff of the Cumberland
& Manchester Railroad.
( IVIC LEAGUE MEETING
Tho Clvlr League held Its regular
mooting nt the homo of Mrs. D. 51
Humfleot ou College Street with a
large number present.
Mr. Carey sent In a report that
tho bo'9 in his manual training dais
at the High Sohool are making fly
traps which thoy can sell at 75ctnti
and one dollar, the money boIhe "In
to needed equipment tor the olii.
After the discussion of mMUru of
Inttrest to the Losgue, Df ,U. M, Al
hiight, our efficient County HoHltb
Qffeei. made a very Interesting talk
concerning his work and want needs
to be done to hrlng us uu to a sani
tary standard to Insure) good health.
The hostess, assisted by Bernice
fhimflost and Deborah Ryder, serv
ed dellcleiH hot chocolate nnd cake
during a sotlhl half hour.
The next inciting will be with
Mrs F D Sampson at S p. m. Thurs
lUy. Teb 17th.
K Oil, OPERATIONS
Xoir Kiinr Foi uierljr a lrodurin(:
Months ago, the Advocate urged
thiu it!) columns the testing out of
the King section for oil and gas. Mr.
Jonea, tho lumber man, has arrang
ed for the drilling of a deep hole in
that section and leen are being bot
Jh jhln connection, It will be re
membered that some years ago oil
wtB. struct: In heavy quantities. At
.that time oil was worth very little
and being merely a stock proposition
the development of the section was
A well waa ulso struck on the farm
owneJ by tho St John's School, In
East teirb.n. und oil rose thirty feet
above the bailer. As the drillers
wart after gas to supply Corbln, the
development van not proceeded with
due to the low prlcu of oil. This well
Is plucgel uml only needs develop
ment ito mako n good thing for some
one. should It turn out to be proflt
ubte ns it lookel when drilled.
TJicre will be oonniderable drilling
activity in the County this year
North Jelllco Coal Co. ran four
djys lust week
Lee Campbell, of Indian Creek,
and Joe M. Helton swapped hogs last
Wilton boys are enjoying the fun
of fox hunting
John Eugle 1 preparing to build
new houses ou his place.
Wet weather has set farm work
Hurrah for old Indian Creek! We
are glad to hear from Dad'a Little
YaH5r Doj thru the Advocate.
Mrs, Lula Moore and Mrs. West
of -Wilton, were visiting Mrs. Llda
Hurrah for tho Mountain Advo
catei'lt lookB like every boy und girl
would sign for It. Only $1.50 a year
That Is cheap to get the good news
of your home county.
The- daiag to the goods moved
from the Arcade warehouse Satur
day night Is 3tlaieAot at $200.
DANGER IN DELAY
Kidney DhensM are too Dangerous
for Rnrbourvlllc IVi'tile to
Tho great danger of kldno ton
blea Is that they so often go' n firm
hold boforo tho sufferer recognizes
them. Health will be Rrmluilly un
dermined. Backache, -headache, nnd
nervousness, lameness, snrenos,
lumbago, urinary trouble3, dropsy,
gravel nnd Brlghts Disease often fel
low in merciless succession. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Hell) ihe kid
neys with Doan's Kidney Tills, that
aro so strongly recommended light
hero In this locality.
Mrs. H. F. Davis. Maple St., Wll
llamsburg, Ky., says: "My klduevs
were In bad order and I had sore
ness and dull aching across my back
Black spocksseomed to float before
my Cjes ana l una uizzy ncauncnes.
My ankles and wrists woro swollen,
3oro and stiff. I used Doan's Kidney
Pllla as directed and they helped me,
In every way. The backaches left
and I was free from headaches pud
dizziness and other symptoms of kid
Price 60c at nil dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills -the same that
Mrs. Davis hnd. Foster-MIluurn
Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
NO BAKERY IN BAUBOl'RVII.LE
ik nriUHXG is not found soox ,
On.n I.A -Mn 1 1 o ,-1 n II V V 1 1 1 It WHO
without a bakery to the great Incon
venience or our citizens u iooks u-i
tho we are again to be in tho samo
plight as no sultablo building has
yet been found for tho picjent
"Who I the mostsophU
tlcated man in New Yorkf"
Mr Edison selected Wni. J.
Burns, who gladly mnde the
Mood Change tist to assist
Mr. Edison in his research
work. Mr Burns Chart is
reproduced. Mr. Kdison nced9
thousands of these charts.
Won't you help him by filllog
eut a Chart?
to Mr. Edison.
KINO NRW 8
Tho Madden Lumber Co. has start
ed up again and ho says he Is going
to run this year rcgardloss of tho
price of lumber
James Mat Greenville, of Louis
ville, pased thru King last Friday on
his way to Flat Crock to take chnrgo
of the Lyons & Perkins Lumber Co.
teams which ore logging for tho mill.
The sawmill Is running n full crew
of hands nnd work every day of the
0. N. Sharp, W. II. Sharp and Mln
nle Sharp, of Maokey Brnd, purchas
ed a farm from C. A. Terrell of Clate
The purchase price was $3,500.00.
The farm contains about 200 ncroj.
Oil business-around Clntc Is be
ginning to look good ag.Un. Drill
ing is expected lo commence within
a few weeks. There has 'net. soin
delay on account of the Illness of
Mr. Jones. Wo hope for his speedy
There is quite a rush on at Klal
Uiek for oil leass. Different ptrtles
ar.. .'curing till they un f til and
Kiis leases. Wo hope we nhall havo
u lair lest this lliuo. Wo would rath
er hive some 2,000 ft wolls thnn so
Job Mays was called to Flat Creek
last Friday on buslnoM.
Uuby Hall has small pox. Ho Is get
ting along nicely.
Farming Is beginning In Ihlil sec
tion nnd plowing Ih bolngdono.
Reese Mays la In tho fur business
ngain. Ho purchnBed a nlc lot of
fur from J. R. Partln on whirh ho
made a pleasing profit.
S veral of the boys onjnyel a
possum hunt Saturday night catch
Private E. O. Mays, who is In thr.
hospital nt Fltslmmons, Denver,
Colorado, will bo discharged Mar. 1.
The NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph WiihaSoul"
T' In MtMnZr ISttiou." K Q
rtnsM l- c Jul jo
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Solemn Um-B,,, H
w arxoanj d r
. i. nDrcimy D s-a
&m -j .
Wm. J. Burns filled out
the first Mood Change Chart
Will You Fill Out a Chart for Mr. Edison ?
MR. BURNS pronounced the
test most interesting. He
enjoyed it and was glad to help
You'll enjoy filling out a Mood
Change Chart also and we. know
you will eagerly help the great in
ventor in his latest research into
the effects of music on the minds
and moods' of mankind.
Read Mr. Burns' Chart, then
come to our store. Make the test.
Learn how music affects your
moods. Your Chart will be sent
C. L. FRANKLIN
NOX FOHK AWvV8
Front lost Week.
Prayer meeting nt this placo Is
progressing nicely. Services will be
hold every 1st Saturday night and
Sunday by Dro. Harding Young, of
Will Taylor nnd family have mov
ed .from Crab Orchard ttrthls place.
Alox Stnnberry nnd family havo
gone to Oklahoma to visit their sons.
Aunt Salllo Stanbcrry Is quite sick
The llttlo son of Martha Taylor Is
Mrs. 8rnh Brown, of Tuttle, Ky.,
Is visiting her daughters Mrs. a. C.
and C. A. Humfleot.
James Blnnton Is homo from Cor
bln after serving ono year In tho
Arthur nnd Georgo Smith nnd Si
mon Blanton aro with home folks
C. S. Ball has returned from Jrtck
son County where ho has been visit
ing his mother nnd other relatives.
Miss Betty Powell Is attending
school at U. C. this winter.
Miss Lena Donaldson has return
ed from Corbln whore she has been
taking a treatment for her eye3 but
Is now suffering from a sprained
hand and foot.
Sidney Taylor has moved to tho
J. M. Stanberry place.
D. H. Donaldson and family hnve
moved to Emanuel.
Rucccss to the Advocate.
When Collector Is Lucky.
During Slam's Intercourse with
China for many centuries n the past
unknown quantities of tho flnest china
were brought over for tl.-e noble nnd
ro.vnl limiyi'hnliN nf Slum, and
slontillv nnp nf ilirse piece" nriy tie
foilhil mnl nt"lit
s.w "r Zi'
5 loytul O
Iltad of TTm. J. Burnt lUr
national Dcittivt Apcncv
If you own a New Edison, ask us
for a supply of Charts and invite
your friends for a Mood Change
Chart party. They will find it more
entertaining than the Ouija board.
If you do not own a New Edison,
we will lend you an instrument
with a supply of Re-Ciieations,
for giving a Mood Change Party.
The New Edison has perfect real
ism. Its Re-Creation of music
cannot be distinguished from the
original music. This makes it pos
sible foj every home to enjoy the full
benefits of the world's best music.
Dv order of the Knox Clreult
Court rendered at Its November
Term, 1920, In the case of
Dora Jarvls, Ouardlan
E, C. Jarvls, Et Al.,
1 will, na Master Commissioner,
on the 28th day of February, 1021,
same bolng the first day of the Feb
ruary Term- of tho Knox County
Court, Bell nt tho Court Housc,door
In Barbourvllle, Kentucky, to the
highest and best bidder, tho follow
ing doscrlbod property, boundary of
timber, to satisfy tho Judgment in
said case, and $50.00 probable cost.
All of tho merchantable timber
12 In. In diameter nnd over on the
boundary of land consisting of about
BOO acres on tho waters of Big Rich-
I land Creek nnd known as John D.
Jarvls farm. Said timber consists
of hickory, white oak, poplar and
various other kinds .of timber.
Said property will be sold on a
credit of three months, purchaser to
execute bond with approved security
bearing Interest nt six per cent from
dato, having the forco nnd effect of
a Judgment and retaining a Hen on
said property until the purchase
money Is paid.
WITNESS my hand, this the 0th
day of February, 1921.
J. R. JONES, Master Commissioner,
Knox Circuit Court.
Solo -about 1 p. m. Purchaser
must executo bond ns soon as Balo Is
over, or tho property will bo lmmo
dlntoly put up and resold. lC-3t
A man's business Is often Judged
by the stationery ho uses. Try the
Advocate for Job printing.
Jeffrey 1). Illnkle, mm at 4if,,MMl
Mrs. Gea.'HInkle bot b1ig dwl,
wag kllfed at Evarts, Ky., Wednes
day, Feb. 3rd, when ho fell while
throwing a switch on tho I. A N, at
his duty as braxoman.
His father and motnr both died
when ho was six years old. He was
then taken to tho Odd Fellows Homo
In Lynchburg. Va., and remained for
several years. Ho sorved In tho Navy
for two years coming to Barbourvlllo
about two months ago. Ho got a Job
working on tho railroad as brako
man and worked a llttlo over ono
month, when ho had the mlsfortuno
of losing his llfo.
Ho leaves three .brothers and one
sister to mourn their loss, nono of
whom could be with him. Ills small
est brother and sister are still in tho
Odd Fellows Homo. Tho other Is In
Jeffrey was born April 14, 1903.
Tho body was brought to Barbour
Other relatives are three aunts
and one uncle who mourn thotr loss,
Mrs. J. T. King, of Barbourvllle, Mrs
J. M. Cnrnes, of Richmond, Ky., Mrs
Julia Carncs, of Lexington, Ky., and
W. A. Hlnklo, of Barbourvlllo.
Tho funeral servlco was held at
the rosldonco of Mr. nnd Mrs. James
Hlnklo nt 2 o'clock Friday.
Rov. Ralph Mays, of Slier, Is con
ducting a revival nt Sinking Valley.
Willie Hlgnlte has bought Dutton
Jones' store nnd is selling goods.
Some of our young men attended
church nt Ill-Land Tnrk Sunday even
Mrs. Flossie Patterson Is very 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tugglo attend
ed church hero Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Patterson
havo been purchasing some now fur
Mrs. Magglo Diznoy visited hciv
Farmers aro beginning Vvgot ve
busy fencing and plowiniJ
Mr. and Mrs. Ellck Tugglo wei'
visiting relatives Sunday.
Mrs. Jason Mays and little daugh
ter Helen visited tho homo of Chai.
Jason Mays and Charles Valentino
took a walk to Scratch Anklo Sun
From Lnst Week.
The little daughter of Charlie
Barnes Is very 'sick.
Uncle France Mcsser and his
grand-daughter, Edna Mcsser, left
hero Sunday for Jackson County to
Mrs. Roscoe Stacy is on the sick
Ben Stewart has moved to his new
home near Glrdler depot.
jMack Burnett has gone to Horso
Creek, Clay. County, to work In tho
Subscribe for tho Advocate and
get the news.
Rev. J. C. Warren went to town
Henry Dlzney and Lewis CallebM
returned homo from the oil field last
week. They report work good.
Thero are some cases of measles
The coal mines of Steele and Alder
havo shut down for a fow days.
Henry Lawson moved last week.
Tho little son of J. C. Warron
was riding a horse to water Monday
and fell off Knocking his arm out of
Lewis Jones went to town Satur
day. Hazel Bailey returned homo, Mon
day from Corbln where she has been
Laurence Callebs has moved Into
his now house.
Lewis Calleb left hero Monday
night for the oil field.
For Rent, three room house.
Apply Ben II. Gregory, Advocato
1XDIA.V CHEEK NEWS
Bad colds are all the go.
Delia Reeso is at Corbin this .week
visiting her sister, Mrs. Noal Mooro,
Clem Helton of Wilton, was vis
iting G, B-Engle Saturday night and
Mae Brown and Ruby Warflold at
tended "cliqrch ,at this placo Sunday.
Edith Englo made a business trip
to Joo Helton's Monday,
Leo Campbell has sold another
Maybe! Englo Is on tho sick list.
J. II. King and Jim Roso, of Bull
run, attended chvfrch hore Sunday.
John Smith has bought another
DAD'S LITTLE YALLAR DOQ
Poison In Bee's Sting.
Tbe secretion of n honey bee's sting
Is about Kh-tliousnndths of a grain,
two-thirds of v hlch Is water. Tho rest
U the pjilMfi
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