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suggest sninothlw.'." th Common I '11
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Antelope. "Yiilt iiM'iin mi would llhi
to ti'll mi' your stor) now."
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tlio roiir-Ilonicil ' ii
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other wiinli niiti.i inn
language people ilo
our story is.
"If anyone Interim
tell In the English lr-i
lmppcn to be nn-i'f'i
or Canadian or .V r
or Irish or WpMiI w.
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English means ili. t
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explain or translate 1
guage so they'll mvl
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mid ili" i ni"
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ln i umrniiM.
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only u few iu . ' ' ln
lll illK Wli.l 111 Mil
And we're " . '
"Tlillfu M'." tl" " I Ame
"Well. I urn a
nnd I loi'k mi'ih i
tliniiHli I'm lie .i i
milliner of nie.inx
"I eame fri"
where nil nf lin fn . n i i i
There I it ed to ' m
plains, mill wh"l fin I
"Hut I enjo) it In
eunie mill lnok nf me I
four honiM. I h.tvn i
ones nnd a pair ' '" n i
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I," for folks
ime I hove
ir of larger
Her ones anil
I wear them nil. nil tl:n time.
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others ilko me nml they oilmlro me, so
I'm Bind mill tlmt you nkel mo to
tell my name hi d from where I emuD
no that I eould tell folks the mime of
the antelope with the four horns.
"And when they hear un nmne I
feel sure they will think tin family
chose, well when they picked it out."
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'His First Million.
A iiilllloiinlre, ,o 1 1' P'l in f his
limousine, wn-. ,iiiro.iehe I li i iu'WS
boy. "Nn. 1 d"'i'i w. iu a i . ' !et
out!" he mi.ii It il. "Well. '": our
shirt on, Im"." replied tin 't "-'iny.
"The only illlteienee ltu,i t-m nn'
me Is that Oii m'e '"' ' "'
ond million und I'm u' '- oa
of All Work Done in a Large Garage
Battery Rebuilding, Welding,
in fact anything your old or new car needs. Good work, backed
by years of experience, makes it possible for us to guarantee
every job given us.
Call Phone 216 or write P. 0, Box 28
Five minutes on your battery every month means a long? lived
battery. Distilled Water Free.
SEVEN, YEA, FOURTEEN REASOS WHY YOU
SHOULD VOTE FOR ROSE
(Continued from pau'e 1 )
(c) His campaign manager in Knox County is an L. & N. employee
and holds one of the fattest jobs the L. & N. has in Eastern Ken
tucky. Snyder got the L. & N. to give him a leave of absence until
after the election so he can manage Snyder's campaign in Knox.
The L. & N. hires a man in his place and it does not cost this man
ager a cent.
(d) Snyder's Corbin manager is an L. & N. boss.
(e) No corporation stands indicted in the Knox Circuit Court and
has not been for vears vl y?
( f ) A big- corporation in Knox County about three years ago had
loft ind:ctments against it for transporting liquor. Snyder got
into his hands all the evidence in all these- cases and "lost" it all.
and dismissed all these cases without a trial. He gets 50 per cent
of all fines whe" cases come to trial: how much does he get when
1 they don't come to trial?
(g) Snyder went to Trosper to speak and as soon fcs he landed he
and the corporation manager were locked in secret for thirty min
utes and Snyder came out abusing tho corporation to the menfor
everything he could think of.& fe ' tf ; & !l'MM!lJW?
1 14th. Rose is a poor man, never owned a cent in a corporation in his
I life, never lawed for a corporation in his li t'e. He has a wife and two chil
dren, lives on a small farm, was raised a poor boy on a farm in Knox
.County and is not being fed by five different corporations as Snyder is.
! Vote for a poor man. Vote for an honest man. Vote for a man who wont
sell out. It is dangerous, if you are poor, to put a man in high office who
will sell out his office tor money or votes.
ROSE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
( (OIMISSIOXKK'S SA1.K
Coin i til lis April Term, 1921. In
the cuso of Ooru Callebs. (Juardlan,
Helen Callebs, Agnes Callebs and
Opal CallolH. Defendant.
I will, an Master Commissioner,
mi llin 2,rith day of July. same, being
County Couit Day for Knox County,
-ell ut the Court House door In Uar
iKiimlllo. Kentucky, to tho highest
aMd best bidder, tho following de-
cribed ptoperty. Heal Estate, to sat
is'y tho Judgment in said case and
JO. 00 probablu cost.
Description: 1-10 Interest In the
Lying nnd being on Callebs Creek
n Ktio County. Ky., und bounded
nu the noi til by tho lands of Au
iliony Joul.ui; on the east by tho
lands of Duttoii Callebs; on the
-oulli by thu lands of John Hale;
and on tho west by tho lands of
E. K. Calleb3.
Said property will bo sold on a
ctodlt of six months, tho purchaser
to oxecuto bond with approved se
East Knox St. and Allison Ave.
curity, bearing Interest at si pol
ecat from date, having the force
und effect of a Judgment and let.iln-
lug ti lien on said property until the
purchase money Is paid.
WITNESS my hand this tin Cih
day of July. 1921.
J. K. JONES.
Master Commissioner, Knox Cir
Sulo about 1 p. nt. Purchaser
must execute bond us soon as sale
Is over or the properly will be Im
mediately put up and resold.
CITV WATEIt I'l'lti:
As a result of an examination by
tho State Hoard of Health. Dr (J II.
Albright states that the elt water
If you need
in and see
THE MOUNTAIN A11VOCATK
ANDKHSON-GUNN STOCK CO
I What has eagerly been conceded
jtn be the very best Stock Company
I traveling, has selected Barbourvllle
'In which to give their high class en
tertainments the coming week. The
! Auderson-Gunn Stock Co. which Is
this week presenting their produc
' tlous In Corbin, will be here all next
week, beginning Monday, when they
will give one of the very best and
most popular comedy dramas as the
opening play. Musical and comedy
laudeville will be given between the
Each night an entirely different
program will be offered. Each play
has special scenery, In fact each
night Is a complete production by
These performances are given un
der an absolutely waterproof tent, so
that iu case of rain, everyone can be
assured that he will not get wet.
Prices are pre-war, being only 15c
for children and 35c for adults, In
cludng the war tax. Tinsley'a lot
has been chosen for their tent, as
being the most convenient. Bring
THE SCHOOL FAIIt
Everyone who Is Interested In agrl
cultural development In Knox Coun
ty Is beginning to talk School Fair
which Is one of tho great features
along this lino of progress. Let us
get behind It and push the work
A CORRECTION IN DISTINCT NO 7
In the copy of the Republican
Ticket wo received last week the
name of J. O. (Irant appears as run
ning for the office of Justice of the
Peace. Mr. Grant writes lili Initials
are A. O. not J. O. Grant.
penders. -Man with belt and bus-
The Hoard of Council of the City
of Harbourvllle. Kentucky, do or
dain as follows, viz:
Sec 1 That the right, privilege
and franchise to lay maintain, con
struct use and operate u wanllarr
sewi'i over, along and beneath the
surfare of Hlack Street, from Court
House Square curb flouting lot of
Ben H Parker, deceased, for the pur
pose of affording the cltlretii and
residents of said street anil the
holders nf property abutting said
street, within the limits above iet
forth, saultaiy sewer service, upon
the following conditions, viz.
1. Said sewer nhall be laid nf
standard sewer pipe of sufficient di
mension in the judgment nf the City
Engineer to propeily and adequate
ly caro lor all sewage that may be
expected to ailse from the portion
of said street ufniesaid, and be laid
of sufficient depth and on such
grade as all building along said
street within said limits may be con
3. All buildings on s.ild treet anil
all buildings which may hei cutter be
erected on h.iid street and within the
limits aforesaid, shall have the right
to connect with said bewer upon pay
ing a fair and reasonable charge
therefor not exceeding the propor
ttonate cost of the construction of
said sower that Is, what would
have boen the proportionate part of
the cost had such connection been
mado at the time the sewer was con
3. Said sewer shall be laid under
the supervision and according to
plans and specifications therefor pre
pared by the City Engineer, und the
expense of the services of said engi
neer In connection therewith shall
be borne by the purchaser of this
4. The surface of said sticet shall
be restored to the same condition It
was in prior to the construction of
said sewer, and shall be lepahej ami
restored at the expense of the pur
chaser of this franchise, and subject
to the approval nf the City Engineer
li Xn connection shall be
made by any person, or trout any
building, where such connection
must cross under any p.ied pot tlon
of the street unless and until writ
ten permission therefor has been ob
tained from the Hoard of Council,
and then only by depositing with the
Treasurer of said city the sum of
one hundred dollars. ($100 00) to
guarantee the repair and restoration
of the paved portion of said stieet.
C. This franchise shall become ef
fective upon Its passage and publi
cation as required by law and shall
continue for the period of twenty
years next theieafter
Appioved. July Mb 1921
THOS D TINSI.KY Ma or
For white teeth and
a clean mouth. Just the
most delightful dental
preparation you ever
used. With Klen:o, chil
dren don't have to be
urged at tooth-cleaning
time. Take a tube home
HERNDON DRUG CO.
The ItKXAL STORK
The Red Cross Home Service, De
partment Is asking the addresses of
tho following persons;
Mrs. Nancy Dennett, Dee Wesley
Hubbard nnd Minnie Hess Darnel,
whoso last address was Ilarliourvllle.
The Information will bo appreci
ated. Mrs. T J Uelcher, See,
I'or Sale Coin 8 Automobile In
flrst class condition A bargain. See
P. I). Hlack. 34-tf
for Hcnl Furnished Iloom. En
quire at Advocate Office.
Young men! Join the National
Ouaiil. I'or particulars see Hen C.
llerndon or It. It. Newltt. tf
I'nr Snli' 2 Cows, 1 Jersey, 1
Ked Hot h good milkers. W. W.
1ist Hetween the Postofllce and
Davis linrber Shop, one bunch of
keys. 1 Postolllce key and 2 small
keys on ring. Also a cap of gas tank
from auto. Iteturn to Drew Faulk
l,,i (;,ji cmr Kiitttm with an
Old English "J." Iteturn to Hev. J.
Owen dross for reward.
For Sale Oil Stove. See Chester
0. Smith. 710 Roosevelt Ave., Bar
Hemstitching done at the Little
Shop. All cotton goods. 12',cts yd.
Silk goods. li'cts yd Scolloped
goods, 2rirts yd.
Dr. A. I. Parker now has his X-
ray machine nicely Installed In a
prettily furnished room with every
convenience for those who wish to
havo the roots of their teeth exam
I handle a spray for stock, flowers
and garden products J Frank
Hawn, Drug Stoic tf
Heautirul Hats that were $9 and
$10 wholesale for $3 Co to $0.00.
All who haven't bought a hat for
that new organdie dress no' If he
time to get it at the Little Shop,
Miss Beadle Mulu. proprietress.
Dr. A. L, Parker, who Is equlppad
to ilttd tho seat of troublo in th
! roots of teeth with his X-ray ma
'chine, will, If desired, oxtraot teeth
under gaa tf
WutKius .Summer Drinks, V'at
kin's Cocoauut Oil Shumpoo and a
big line of over 137 other Quality
Products are big sellers, We want
a lady or gentleman agent in Bar
bourvllle and other vacant cities.
Write today for free sample and
particulars .1 R. Wutkilis Co., 66,
Memphis, Tenu. 36-4tp
Spray your stock this summer.
A cow sprayed with the spray we
handle will give 25 per cent more
milk. J. Prank Hawn, Drug Store, tf
New goods coming in every Jay at
Lost -2 .Mate Mules, one red one'
black, about 10 hands high Wire
or write Chipplii Chulliii, Lynch, Ky.
1 Spray the potato bugs, (lowers and
'all kinds of garden vegetation. Do
not let the bugs destroy the fruits
nf your labor J. Fiauk Hawn, Drug
New oigamlle diesses at Englands
call and see them
LADV Aii:TS WANTED
In this Couun to sell our line of
Lady Low Toilet Pieparatlons Easy
vtoilt. Largest Commissions
Address. Lady Love Perfiiiii Co.
4910-4912 Linden St. Cincinnati, O.
Norwood Station 35-3tp
Idle? llig Hiisliiess Is ready for
vnu Sell l.'iT pinducts direct to
funnels nu eiedli If you own a
team or auto, an- under fiO, can give
bond, we start ou Twenty million
use our pioduets Ootid territory
open Write J R Watkius Co.,
Dept 114 Winona. Minn Its your
lite chance 3G-4tp
When in Town
Drop in at the
W.j l'r To Please
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