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dooj and prompt printing at the
Mountain Advocate. tf
Mis. J. T. King has bought the
W. A. -lllnklo property.
For that sal's lo J foaling go to the
Mies Liura Hayes has returned
from her spring buying trip.
J. E. Archer lias Ikpii or t!i
Mrn. John C. Main continue! o
Improve In health.
Mrs. Iltnry Centers Is vMtlrg In
Harlan for a week.
L.wror.co West, cleik for the L.
& N. at Artomus. won here Tuojday.
J. W. Alford and "wife, of Lay,
woro hero shopping Tuesday.
Good Position for whlto girl. Pay
$7.60 per woek. Sam Cawn,
Noah Lee, of Anchor, wai In town
Mrs, Ben Qoodln. of Four Mile,
was here Friday.
Eat at tho Up-To-Date Restaurant
.Meals that are meals. 80 cents per.
, M. France, of Flat Lick, was
I. E. A. Smith visited relatives
Iddlesboro Sunday and Monday,
Miss Mabel Bolton, of Fln?ll;i,
YUIod jier patent Huhdny',
JluYi 'iHi Used th trH ii ll
tirarV at HnWh's?
tfhit1 Will v tho usual oofVlC6 it
th Pjesbterlaii thH o flUrin.ni'-
Mrs. KlUnboth Archibald hntt jbhu
fd the New York Btor staff.
Prof. Otto Mills, of Flat Lick, watt
Ijere. Tuesday on school trunlnciMi.
jlr. and Mrs.. A. J. Oroley left jasi
rigturdiiy for Marble yity, QKla,
An experienced sales-lady wanted
tit the New York Store.
Mrs. Rosa MIcliaelson, of Balti
more, niece of Sam Cawn, Is'here on
d, visit ' '
Sliermnn &"Cawn have purctiastett
a $12,000 Hqpq-Johtisqn unit urgRii
for UVelr new theatre at Corhln,
Will Amis, who has bean euJoyliiH
the mid-term at homo, returned to
the U, pf K. aunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Spahr have
nioved.frQin Richmond, Kjr., to Pino
vlllo, Sol Messer, of Arteinus, was here
Monday to look after his Mountain
The revival services at the Bap
t'nt Church are proceeding with vi
gor and success.,
W. E, Davis, son of'K. F. Davis,
la out of school on account of sick
ness. Oeorfio Foster Tlnsley, Jr., who
waa thought to have measles, la
merely cutting two teeth.
Mlsa Huttlo and Dowy Smltli and
Miss Myrtlo Conters visited In Row
J. L. Hall, of King, who touftht
during tho school term at Art?iuus,
was In town Tuesday,
Wanted 2 rooms for lighthouse
keeping furnished. Please see. D,r.
I Meet All Trains
Pay and Night
Graduate Optometrist and Optician
IIUUI9.- Or Appolnlmtnt
Phones': 108 and 88
Practice Limited o Ejiagnosticating and
Gqrrqctg Qefcctsqf Eyesight by the
Fitting of Proper Glauses
Wc do AU Kinds of Kepalr Work
Over Cole & Hughes Store
u tim-miUk jii
For Halo Squnro Piano, dicker
ing, In good condition. $50.00 cash.
See Mrs. I'attlo Dlshman. lMf.
The next mooting of tho Civic
League will bo held with Mm. F. I).
Sampson Feb. 17th, nt 3 p. in.
Sam Mtclinelaon, of Unrluu, sponl
Wednesday ns tho guest of Mr. and
Mis. Sam Cawn.
White Clhl Wanted .Will
$7.50 per woek. Sam Cawn.
Mrs. Chas Sampson, of Cincinnati,
Is vls'tlng hers sister, Mrs. .1: A.
Fcp Kent A G room house and
good garden. Call on Mrs. J. T. King
on River. Street. U.-lt
J. F. llozier left Saturday night
for Vincent, Ind., to visit IiIh son.
Mrs. Q. M. Richards returned on
Sun(,y afternoon from a lengthy
visit to home- folks In Pensylvanla.
For Rent, three room house.
Apply Ben II. Gregory, Advocate
J. C, Sproule, who recently
broko his arm when ho slipped and
fell nt his home, Is Improving nicely
Miss Maudo Detherage, who Is
now In the Loulsvlllo Conservatory
of Music, has passed the Junior ex
amination in Dramatic Art,
HBcel Colletto won the book given
by Trof, Buck to the pupil who Im
ppoVtsd tho moat h writing In the
Ml'i Aaron 'I'niipB'r, of t'erlilu. with
tin- liose-MlcliatilJoli holler ot Hatl
mora, vtsllqd lit th6 Hum Oawn fam
ily this k, '
Vov Htile .78 acres, fine noil, al
most all timber, good coal. Fftlrly
oloso I in $30 per qoro. Address
XVZ Box 318, Bajbourvllle, 'Cy,
l(ob Htbbard )os.t part of his In
dex flngm- Tuesday when a dH fell
on it nt the railroad tunnell whe.ro
work is progressing.
Will tlio3o who liave eggs from
PUKE WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS
please advlso Karl alayhew. County
Age,nt, Uarb;uirllli. K.'
Jako Dquzvr 1 keeping the. Jp-To-Dato
Hestaurapt iea.u nml sanitary.
Tho moala.nre good ttnd only fifty
Drop In and Inspect the traveling
library at llawn's. Maybe you will
ilnd Just tho book you luivo been
I Arclilu MeDermUl, of Iluuolulu,
(who has been visiting hli slsteis,
Mrs. W. B. Miutou .and Mrs. Fred
Burman, left Saturday for omif.h.
Mrs. Itobcit W. dole has been
! quite sick this week but is somewhat
better which will be good news to
her many friends.
An Episcopal service will be hold
at tho Prc3bytorian Church Monday
reb. 21st. nt 7:30 n. m. Cltliona of
other denominations aro cordially
Invited to bo present, 15-2t
C. L. Franklin has received ono of
Jthn beautiful Period design Edison
Phonographs which Is on display at
tho store. It Is an ornamental ln-
iBtrumcnt that will tit Into any parlor
Dr. A. L. Parker now has his X-
ray machine nicely Installed In a,
prettily furnished room with ovory
convenience for thqsp w'lQ V'sh to
have; tho roots, of thf-lp teeth exam-
The Mitchell Coal Co.
OUXCINE IILUE OKM COAL
AT HKDUCKI) 1'ItICES
OOOI) HEAT NO CLINKKItH
Prict's lH folloWN
LUMP PER TON $.()
MINK RUN PER TON 91.00
HIiACK PER TON 9:1.00
Phones N. anil 102
("RAH. R. MITCHELL, (JKX.MtJIt
The luvolco for tho Ice cream
lunchiuery lits licen received by tho
Knox Bottling and Ico Cream Co.
and they expect to bo ready for lilft-
tnes by the end of this month.
Tom Smith has returned from a
month's visit to his brother C. II.
Smith, at Elyi. Charlie, who lino
been ulck for soino time, Is Improv
Wit. J. .). Clopton will hold nil
Episcopal service at tho Presnyterian
Church Mondn, Feb. 21st, at 7:30
in the evening. All cltiens aro In
Prof. B. P. Evans,. of Wilton. v i
In town Tuesday to tine how tlio
County Superintendent looked. The
Wilton school has closed down on
account of sickness.
John Scott, colored, will put out
two rcre3 of strawberries this spring
Tho Advocate haB been talking about
strawberries -for two years and wa
are now to gst results.
Sam Cawn, of the New Yorlc Storo
has returned from the oast where he
purchnEod the lnrgest line of ladies'
wearing apparel which will bo sold
at prices which will absolutely as
tonish our citizens.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Owens and
family or" delightfully situated In
Florida fur tho remainder of the win
ter. Everything is In hloohl and the
wonderful driveways are n spfslal
A T V?rmlll1ai hh sold his
Itoiiu' on Allison AyciiIo, known i
Hirt Mbon property, to Joseph Pnyiie
&nd left this week for Knoxvilte,
whore he will engage In wrt hulld
InK. Silas JjJaiii, an electriclrtU at the
Lynch mines, was In town Tuesday.
After spending a few days with his
patents, Mr., and Mrs, David Elam
of ArtPinus, he returned to his work
J. Frank Hawn Mates in connec
tion with tho school fund that Bert
Catfou, who collects tho funds, has
collected niiothor thousand dollars,
wich assures tho keeping open of
schools until May 1st.
Tho cuso of Willie McVey. tried at
Mit.cliester last woek for tho killing
of Carlo Marion, resulted In a hung
Jury. It Is understood tho Jury
failed to agree on the sentence
Sawyer A. Smith was tho lawyer for
Mrs. R. A. Baldwin writes from
tho Razluwood Sinlturlum that she
is now ablo to walk around and ha.'.
t normal temperature. Her doctor
3peak8 most hopefully of her condi
tion. Prof. .Baldwin Is rejoicing ac
cordingly. Dr. Wm. Burusldc suffoicd nil ac
cident which might havo boon very
sorious Monday. While out riding
along Fighting Crook six miles from
nowhero tho saddle horso ho was rid
ing stumbled and fell, and camo with
In an ace of crushing Its rider.
County Attorney J. V Uohten
states that on Tuesday Judge 11. S.
R030 at Williamsburg sot aside the
Injunction brought against Sheriff
Road P. Black forbidding him to ar
rot Jack. Qllheit and Corb Lewis
which again subjects thorn to arrest.
PJauo l 'or fialo in first class con
dition, About one year old. Price
?20O.O0, was $350.00. II. II. AVal
ker, Lawsou Building, Ilarbourytlle,
Wo regfot to announco tho death
of Mr. W. T. Murphy, father of J. R.
Murphy of this city, who departed
this llfo Wednesday, February ,9th
at four o'clock a. m. Mr. Murphy
left for Dixon County, Tonu., Wed
nesday to, be piuscmt at tho, funeral.
Mr, and Mrs. John Lawson left op
Monday afternoon for Cincinnati and
Laiiisvllle. whero Mrs, Lawson will
buy a completu stock of Indies' fur
nishings. Mrn, Luwsou will open
her uj-iop about tho tlrst ot March
t in tho building now occupied by J, L.
Mrs. Lula Leo, thlrty-3lx -years of
age and wife of Smith Lee of ffarps
Creek, departed this life on Satur
day averting, February 6tU anil was
burled Monday near tho home. Tu
berculosis was the cause of death
Besides the husband three girls and
sly bos survive,.
Thcdford's Black-Draught Highly
Recommended by a Tennessee
Grocer for Troubles Re
suiting from Torpid
East Nashville, Tcnn. Tho effic
iency of Thcdford's Black-Draught, the
genuine, herb, liver medicine, la
vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a
grocer of this city. "It In without
doubt tho best liver medicine, and I
don't bclt'pvo 1 could sat along without
It. I takn it for nour stomach, head
ache, b.id liver, ln-'lgestlon, and all
other troubles that aro tlio. result of
a torpid liver.
"I havo Ituown and used It for years,
and can and do Jilghly recommend It
to every one. I won't go to bed with
out It in the house It will do all It
claims to do. I can't say enough for
Many other men and women through
out the country havo found Black
Draught Just ns Mr Parsons describes
valuable In regulating tho liver to
Its not mat functions, mid In cleansing
the bowels ot Impurities.
Thcdford's Black-Draught liver medl
clno Is tho original and only genuine
Accept no imitations or substitutes.
Always ask for Thcdford's. e.$3
Found A pocketbook Wednes
day. Pleaso describe to Frank
Catron and pay for advertisement.
Chas. Baker, of London, was here
on business Friday and was the
guest of Mrs. D. Vlncont.
Wo are In receipt of a letter from
tho Potaluma Chamber of Commerco
California, asking us to tako up with
our represpntatlves In Congress the
question f excluding tho Chinese
eggi wliie.i re flooding the country
to the ditiimcttt of the Ameilcait
farmer, li nould seem that in view
ot the fniii'i" that lo rnsliift 111 China
tlio eggs . .ltd be mora pro.lHftbly
nnott nt In !
Richard o. Miller, shoep expert of
the Ete& an Department, .Lexing
ton,, recent i iccelved an offer from
Cornell University at a salary of
$3,000 pei year to work along his
line. Hh declined the offer as he ox
pwiis to nmlto a trip to Scotland this
year to study the sheep Industry in
Mint country. He will also travel
thin England ami look over the
bheop breeding places there.
Ort Busy Keep busy. Is your
Job unsafe? Is it permanent? You
want a life-long business. You can
get .into. Mich ,i .business, ".oiling
more than 137 Watklns products
direct to farmers If you own auto or
team or cm got one. if you can give
bond with personal sureties. We
back m with big selling helps; 52
years in business; 20,000.000 mors
of our products. Write for inform
ation where you can get territory.
J. R. W ATKINS CO.. Dcpt. Ill,,
Baseball season is nppi caching
and our citizens fib on Id get behind
the movement to put a ilic rl.iss
baseball tram In the field. It will
cost some money to have a good
tPMii but It Is worth It. Instead nl
a subscription list which calls for
payment of n certain Mini monthly,
the whole of tho money should be
paid down so the team may know ex
actly whei'B it stands. Too often the
liiouthb subscription is not forth
coming and the team is loft to hold
lovc and romance of the
old South is treasured up
in every box of
TH CANDY OF TM'80UTW
drant Drug Co
it.'C' "'SaSSs i
HN iii tM Will id
YOU don't use as much
of Calumet as you do of
most other BakitiR Powders.
It has more than ordinary
leavening strength. You
save about half.
You don't pay a big price for
Calumet It'3 sold at a
moderate price that rep
resents another saving.
You don't feel uncertain as
to results. Bakings never
fail because Calumet never falls
below tho proven standard oi "Best
It possesses the
ity ever put into a Uaking
Powder. Contains only such
ingredients as have been offi
cially endorsed by United States
For weeks, for months, it
Keeps as fresh and full of
strength as the day it left the
Calumet Factories, the World'3
Larncst, most Sanitary and Modern
Balclng Powder plants. ,
It is Important that you use only
straight wheat flour (not self-rising
Hour) and pure baking powder if
you wish to olitain the gluten de
manded by Eound-health.
J. H. .IOXKS si:lls farm
J. H. Jones has sold ills Linn on
Goose Creek on the Cumberland
and Manchester Railroad, for t'ic
sum of 83.7C0. It In understood the
purchasers will rut up the farm and
sell It In suiullur forms nt public
miction about April 1st to 10th The
farm is located nour the railroad and
has good neighbors, in the por.ions of
J, C. Jones, Juke Gilbert and Monoe
Mammons, of Fount.
11. II. I. XOTKfi.
From La-,! Wcok
Charles Grant nnd Charles Hubbs
visited homo folks near Pormnn,
Saturday and Sunday.
John Hendrlckson has been rou
tined to his room following an oper
ation for tonsliitls Ho Is trettlag
nlong nicely and will lie out ug.un
lu a few d.:yh.
Arthur IIlnKlo spent Saturday
with bib uncle, John King of Kitig,
Burt Smith visited Ills parent Mr.
and AIis. Andrew Smith on tho Uond
Fi.ik of Stinking Creek, Sunday.
I'urtNs Parson of (llrdler and Otto
Mli.icle of Davisburg havo filtered
school In tlio grades.
Robert Jlnys was in Slier during
V. K Gilbert, Taylor Jurvls nnd
Lincoln McKoehnn gave a candy
party to tho girls m Urnwn liall.
Saturday cvonlnjj. Miss Myrtle
Heath olliclJted lu making the cat.
dy, and everyono had a pleasant
Beckham and Clmrllo Garland
returned Monday from Illuckle.
whero they woro visiting their par
Miss Chelsea Marseo, of Straight
Creek, wuh a visitor lioro Saturdsn .
Miss Marsee is tho primary tf.icher
of tin. Straight Creek High School.
Ite V I, Bruik. the evangelist,
conducted the Impel cxeirist-h,
Tui'8-du) mortilnr. and delivered a
splciiifid sermon In the .sUuleni
body I)r Brock is holding u r
vlwil at the Baptist Church and all
aro invited to hear him. .
Hugh A. Ilowaid spent Siiturdn)
with folativej at Aitoiiius.
Miss Vera BIkkb visited liom-i
near Lay, Sunday and Monu .y.
Tomorrow May Be Too Late
It takes more than good intentions to feed a widow
nnd her family. Line the clouds of the future with
silver for your loved ones by providing for them with
an adequate life insurance policy.
REID & OLDFIELD
Commonwealth Life Insurance Co.
Office Over First National Hank
Phone 154-3 Barbourville, Kentucky
" rr i '---- T
Yolks of 8 eggstT
I 1' i cups of gran
, ulatcd sugar, f)
: cup of water, Vt
cud of butter.
2Vi cups pastry
I nour, 3 level tea-
i spoons Calumet
1 tablespoon of
! vanilla. Then
I mix in the reguj
11ISIIOP lU'RTON CELKnRATES
I TWKNTYFIFTII ANNIVERSARY
Rt. Rev Lewis Burton, Bishop of
the Episcopal dmcoso ot Lexington,
has lmld hi-, office for twenty-flro
ycnr and on .sumiay ot last weak
tho nvent was celebrated in tho var
tons Episcopal churches In tho dlo
Cfse. Bishop Burton it not only a
splendid speaker but ho la also a
man of beautiful sweetness of char
acter, beloved bj all who coup under
-ho Influence of hi winning person
ality. AIOIY (XT DOWN
Another art in tlio direction of
economy on the part of Congress Is
the reduction or the army from Its
prosont basis nl l'J5,000, whero It
lias been kept by the arbitrary ac
tion of Secretary Baker, to a total of
175.000. In otic day both houses
Voted to compel lb,- Secretnry to stop
all recruiting wi ice until the total
reached the smaller total. General
Pershing i.nd Secretary Baker both
slated that sltci n months would bo
required to bring tlio army down to
such a figure. The IIouso vote on
the question was almost unanimous,
2S5 to 4. Republicans ridiculed thu
Idea of any Immediate danger to the
United States thru trouble with Ja
pan or any other nation, and urged
that with tho nueleiii of 175,000 In
the army. Un navj could hold off
uny foreign power until a much I irg
or land forco took the Held.
LITTIjK INDIAN CRREIC
IVoni LaM Week
Misses Mlnnlt Logan and Maud
Logan wore tho guests ot Miss Ada
Amy Hubbs ami Otis Englo eloped
to Jollico Saturday and were mar
Mrs. ,1. T. Manning and Mrs. J.
G. Terrell were vlBltiug their sister,
Mrs Solomon Wells. Sunday.
.1. T. Manning was lu Corbln last
week buying groceries.
MIbh Viola llurko was the guest
Mils lies.1 ii , Tuesday even
Bill Hill was in Wilton Tuesday
Wllllo Kngle was the guest of Beit
Helton Sunday. IILUE EYES
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