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A tiilliliiii.m of SS.'JOO.WO.OOO mult
be mixed by Intel nut tuxesi through
tlu- ri'Miiiif lilll the senate tluunca
cotiitnlttte will irioit when tlif Ma
ine it-ioiiveue- Septtiuher -1, Itepub
llum meirlierx agreed ut a conference
l'ri)MMil fur repeal of the excMi
pioflt tux iiinl reduction of the In
come Mil tii.ie iverenttnoked at Wash
ington h.v Seiintur Hitchcock of Ne
hruikii. In the llrt vtiileinent on tales
to (ome from the Peiiiocrntlc stile.
Ilcpilhllciu members of the i-enato
flimiDi' ('(niiutttee nt Washington ask
thut relief he then the stunll tuxpajf-ei-
liefure hlg business Is relieved of
the cmis profit tnx nud the tax on
lnr,.v Inionie reduced.
Appointment of l.ewN II. Carris,
fiiniierlj .if Newark. N. J., "is director
of the feileuil hoard for vocational
education, win iininiunced hy the
board nt Washington.
Senntor Penrose nt Washington In
dicated tliiit the fermle will amend the
Iihum reieiitie hill to umke retro
uctlve to Jnnuury 1. 1W1. the repeal
of the excess profits tax aud the
luiul.ets of the tm'lMduul Income sur
tax ulne li'2 per cent.
The out hundred and sixty-fourth
unnUersarj of the birth of Marquis
de I.nfnjotte and the seventh anni
versary of the battle of the Morne
were celebrated at Washington.
Ilecrultlng for the regular army,
uhlch was practically stopped when!
It became evident that congress would
reduce the army to 100,000 men. vvu
ordered resumed by Secretary Weeks
A plan to provide pensions for. ex
service men, in lieu of a bonus, aad to
raise the money therefor by a sales
tax, such ns the 3 per cent manufac
turers sales tax proposed by Senator
Bmoot Is reported to be under consid
eration by the administration at
To meet maturing obligations. Secre
tary Mellon at Washington announced
an offering of $GOO,(jOO,00 la thre
eur 5 per cent treasury not;
six months' o per cent and one year
&. per cent trensui) certitlcates.
President Hmdlng ut Washington
contemplates limiting to four members
the American delegntlon lu the forth
coming conference on limitation of
armament. The selection of Secretary
Hughes and Senator Lodge bus been
announced, and It is believed the two
other members will be Klihu Root and
Senator Oscar Underwood, Alabama.
Repeal of the excess profits tax and
Increase in the corporation tax rate to
15 per cent, as of January 1, 1921, re
duction of the surtax maximum rate
to 25 per cent, effective January 1,
1922, and retention of the transpor
tation taxes at half the present rates
during 1922 were th principal revenue
revision recommendations of Secretary
of the Treasury Mellon made to the
senate finance committee at Washing
Babe Uutb equaled his world's rec
ord of 54 home runs for the New York
Ameilcnus In the fourth Inning against
the Philadelphia Athletics at Phila
Gar Wood's speei) boat. Miss Amer
ica II, set u world's record In the Lake
George trophy events ut Detroit. Mich.
The average for xlx sprints of one
mile each was 80 50 miles an hour.
With luln or snow in many parts of
the state, and unseasonably low tem
perature. Montana Is having the first
autumn storm of the jeur. The Rock
ies near Helena und the foothills are
Ten hours were clipped oft the
steamship recoids between Itlo Janeiro
nnd New York by the steamship Amer
ican Legion, which arrived nt New
W. A. Colemuu was killed und Harry
Majors of Colorado Springs wuh In
jured while practicing on the I'lle'
peak automobile roadway, near Colo
rado Springs, for the Labor day racua
Three thousand buyers attended the
government sale of Camp Grunt at
Rockford, III., when buildings that
cost uppioxlmutely $2,500 apiece were
sold at uii aveiuge price of $1,500.
Louis 1". Swift. Jr., son of the roll
llonnlru p.u-ker, was fned $200 In thi
county court ut Waukegan, III., foi
'taking u drink" at Zlnn City.
"Mike" Henry, an alleged gangster,
was shot to death at Chicago as Uu
latest victim lu Chicago's gang war
Mayer Herbert A. Atherton of New
ark, O., was removed from office by
Gov. Harry L. Davis at' Columbus on
charges of gross neglect filed by th
S'ework Law and Order league.
Silvester Brown, twenty-seven, ne
gro, win electrocuted at the Ohio
ptnltentlury nt Culumbus for the mur
der of t'ollreiniiii Alexander It. War
ren at Youugstowu, May 3 last.
The whipping post ai resurrected
In llaltltnute, Mil., when Shell!! Mc
Nulty applied the lash the times to
the hi lie buck of Cornelius Smith,
A strike of the plumbers employed
on the M.WW.UUU Speedway Imspltal
at Chicago wuh called as a protest
agiiluM Judge l.uiidls' building uvvnrd,
lu which their craft was given 05
tents mi hour.
Some forty warrant have been Is
sued nt t.ntmn. W. Vn.. for the urrest
of men who Inst neck ure nllwil to
huve toimed purl of the rrnied forces
hoi' uiuri'li mi l.ogen enmity brought
Not mil Is the parked nuioniobtle
prey to prowling thleu-s, hut even the
pinked nlrciult no longer l safe since
fi large hvdroDluiie nt Coliunlilii lleuch,
near Seattle, Wnsh.. was hm rowed"
for n I.MMnlle Joy ride.
Gilbert K. Iljiilt of . Minneapolis wus
re-elected piesldent of the, Niilloniil
IVtleriitlnii of 1'iist OHUe Clerks nt
the ilo-e of the It-deration' tivnt- i
seventh lileniiliil convention nt Minne
Uouurd Spencer linker, pii-kldciil
unci general tiiiinicei of the Sioux
I'lt.v Telephone loinpiiii nnd mi ne
the worker In the business life of
Sioux City. In., for the Inst :t.'i jeiirs.
Sir Wultei I'jiie. foiinerly chief en
gineer to the government of Alghnnls-
iouihiiviiiuii. is iieiui in i.ii"" "
ml slxt -one jeuis old.
Nicholas II. Oliver, elghty-slx jenrs
old, a cousin of President Wurren G.
Harding, died nt the family home at
Walla Walla, Wash.
Emphuslzlng the urgency of doing
everything possible to contribute to
the conference on limitation of arma
ments at Washington, November 11,
Prince Hlrohlto addressed a great
procession at Tokyo.
The soviet government at Moscow
branded the proposed International re
lief commission famluo Inquiry as a
"monstious sueer ut starving Russia"
and refused to permit Investigation.
A vote of confidence In "the revolu
tionary Socialists In West Virginia"
was extended by the communist con
gress In session at Mexico City.
Twenty-five buildings ut Annapolis
Royal. N. S.. were destroyed by Are
because of lack of water due to the
drought. The blaze was checked by
Charges that the "purely negative"
position of the United States had
been responsible for the delay In the
application of muiulutes by the League
of Nations were made by Lord Robert
Cecil ut Ganeva.
Sir Joseph Cook, treasurer of the
commonwealth of Australia, has an
nounced that three-quarters of the new
federal loan of $50,000,000 has been
subscribed, according to a dispatch
Brazil Thursday eclebrnted the ninety-ninth
anniversary of her Independ
ence at Itlo Janeiro.
Memoilnl services for the victims of
the ZR-U disaster were helJ In West
minster abbey, at London. The his
toric edifice was ciouded to Its utmost
Rioting nnd sniping died down In
Belfast following the advent of mill
tnr.v forces which ftn trolled the streets
In the disturbed districts The death
list lu the rioting there bus reni'hed
14. while scores Imve leen wounded.
Minister Wlrtli. In n public uddress
nt Berlin denoumed reactionaries of
Gel many. lie snld they supported,
encouraged nnd thanked Erzborger,
whom thev now have murdered, for
his woik In securing the armistice.
Sndl l.ecolnte. the French nvlaror,
won the nvtiitloa grand prlx nt Bres
cia. Ilidy. fljlng the .100 kilometers
(180.41 miles) In 1:30:0. I.leutennnt
nnikpnpn Itnly finished second In
Josef Mtinn first tenor of the Ber
lin opera, (olhipsfd suddenly and
died on the stage while singing In
"Aldn" nt Berlin. Mnnn md been
engaged to sing lu the Metropolitan
opem house In New York.
The liiteiniitlonnl Hallway company
at San Salvador has loaned the Sal
vmlmenn government' 1,500.000 colons
(about $750,000), without Interest.
Henry Austin Debson, poet, died at
Ealing, near London. Me was bora la
J. K It
Early fall and winter colds
are usually hard to break.
This winter 'be prepared
have handy a box of
The Laxative Aspcrin
Guaranteed to safely re
lieve Headaches, Colds, La
Grippe, Influenza, Lumbago
and pains of neuralgia and
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Box of IS Tablets 30c
The "lax" Gently Act .
COUIIT IS FUNCTIONING
Tho Circuit Court which closed
down Saturday has put further nails
In the murder coffin. Juries of Knox
County have decided that tho kill-
Ing game must stop. This Is a civ-
lllzed community where the Ten
Commandments are believed In ns
the basic principles of society and
among, the Commandments is one
'which says "Thou Shalt Do JJo Mur-
In th past the rule has rather been
i"Thou shalt murder and get a hung
Jury." Hut .thanks bo to a hotter
Uoiibu of citizenship, thut day Is past,
j it is sufe to say that with Juries
tualctng the killers pay tho price of
killing much of tho bloodshed will
cease. As n consequence there will
not bo us many widows and orphans
left without the strou urm of
husband and father to smooth out
the lough places of life. Also, it will
be possible for citizens of Knox
County to carry nccldent Insurance
policies without having them can
celled and the economic develop-
inniit it i fmtiifv will li'ivn it f;iir
lmncu U) go uIioad inliamnered ,,y
.the fact that some irresponsible fel
low can commit a cold blooded mur
der nud get away with It, either by
evading the sheriff or by a hung
Almighty God, who Is the Author
of Life and its destiny, gives no man
the rleht to take the life of another
'and our Juries are recognizing that
fact. Of the four homicide cases
brought on trial, one received a life
sentence, two 21 years,, and the
third, a girl, four years. II the last
case the Jury was possibly swayed
by her youth and the fact that the
murdered man was a foreigner.
Louisville. Ky.. Sept. 14, 1921.
LUclle won third Louisville Old
Inn Stake Tuesday night, .the only
Kentucky owned horse winning this
stake making Lucile champion mare
of Kentucky. Oklahoma and Cali
fornia mares won first and second.
Nola Minton Vlall.
The death of Mrs. Mary Moore,
who made her home with her son,
F C. Moore on Depot Street, occur
red Saturday, Sept. 10. Deceased
was born near Barbourvllle, Feb
ruary 25, 1843, and was 78 years,
C months and 15 days of age when
The tuneral service was held at
the Christian Church, of which she
was a member, Sunday, Sept. 11 at
2 p.m., Rer. John Owen Gross of
the Methodist Church officiating.
Pallbearers were E. C. Dozier, J.
C. Johnson, Fred Reiser, K. F. Davis
Dr. J G. Tye and Robert W. Colo.
Flvo children und u brother, Alex
Deceased was a woman of fine
Christian ideals, whose best epitaph
is thai she lived a good lite and serv
ed God to the best of her ability.
John R. Cobb und Gentry C. Jones
are planning to enroll ut B. B. I
Miller Gilbert Is working at Har
lan. A -nice crowd attended the ball
game ut Mt. Olivet last Sunday.
LIU Jones, otRUand, Ky. Is home
People ure planning on takiug
care of their fodder the coming
V S Gilbert aud Gentry. Jones
were in town Saturday and located
a room for Jones and uobh.
O. S. G.
A prominent health officer recently
stated that of the 100,000 pupils of
the New York City public, schools
who failed to bo promoted, fully half
60,000 children are hold -back by
defective eyesight and not by lack
This authority states:
"It Is amazing how many persons
there nro In tlio United States suffer
ing from defective eyesight. In tho
first draft of tho American soldiers
In 1917 bad eyesight caused nearly
three times na many rejections as
any other physical detect. At tho
time of this draft p, 010,706 men, be
tween the ages of 21 nnd 31,were
examined-and 730, 7EC, or 29,11 per
cent, wore rejected for physical rea
sons. One table, based upon tho re
jection of 10,208 men from repre
sentative sections of the country,
showed that 2,224 had been rejected
for defective eyesight, n percentage
of 21. G8."
Gradually the general public Is
realizing the importance of caring
for tho teeth In order to preserve
good health, hut tho eyes, tho most
important part of our physical equip-
nient, art often neglected until the
nctiral fear of hlindncss drives the
sufferer Into tho taking the necessary
means for preserving them.
"The proper tlmo to remedy de-
fect3 In eyesight Is when boys and
girls uro youiiK No child should bo
.sent out into tho world handicapped
by n defect, that in most Instances,
could bo overcome by a pair of
glasses, properly adjusted at tho pro
Tho llouid or Council of tho City
of Baihoiirvillc, Kuntucky, do or
dain us follows:
WIIKIIHAS. tho territory embrac
ed within Ilatbourvlllc Graded anl
High School dictrlct. as heretofore
existing an'l oh It now exists, ex
tends bejond the corporate limits of
the City of Ti.irboitrvllle. and the ter
ritory embraced within tho colored
common school district of tho City
of Barbourvllle. likewise extends be
yond the corporate limits of the
City of Barbourvllle, Kentucky, th
Board of Council of the City of Bar
bourvllle, Kentucky, deem U to the
best Interest of the while children
of said city and district and to the
colored children of said city and dis
trict within tho school age, and en
titled to attend schools within said
districts, that the affairs of said
schools nud said schools be gov
erned and controlled by separate
boards a white board of education
for the white school, and a colored
board of education for tho colored
erned and controlled by a colored
TIIERCFOnn. from and after tho
passage of this ordinance the affairs
of the whlto school In said district,
and said whito school, shall be gov-
erened and controlled by a white
board of education, and the affairs
of the colored school In said district
and said colored school shall he gov
erened and controlled by a colored
board of education, each of said
boards of education to be elected by
the qualified voters of said districts,
respectively. In the manner provided
by an Act of the General Assembly
of th Commonwealth of Kentucky,
"An ACT defining boundaries for
school districts embracing cities of
the fourth class, and providing sys
tems of schools in such districts,
providing for election thereof, de
fining their powers and duties, and
repealing all laws In conflict there
with" which became a law by approval of
the Governor nnd was approved
March 13th. 1920. and Is now Chap
ter 14, of tho Acts of 1920.
Approved- September CUi, 1921,
THOS D TINSLEY. Mayor.
Attest II L Taylor, City Clerk.
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BAILEYS SWITCH NEWS
Bill Juyuer has built u new barn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harve Payne
a lino girl, Ernio Entln.
Tho consliuctlon work will soon
bo finished nt this plu'co.
Jack Dlzney culled ou his duught
er In (Corbln Saturday.
Mrs Richard llensley died In Har
lan after undergoing an operation.
Mr. llensley brought his 8 months
old baby to his mother
.BALDWINS FAKBWELL ADDIIKS3 ' . ' '
To Th People of Barbourvllle: ' ' ' .
1 am anxious to see all the people of Barbourvllle and Kvox Cqunty
in the auditorium of tho Court
On this occasslon I will speak to tho pcoplo upon tho subject of
"What's Tlio Mnttcr With Kentucky?" J
There's something wrong, you must admit. I think I hnvo' tho
remedy and I think I can toll you how to sot things right.
Remember tho dato. Toll your friends about the subject and tho
speaker. Use tho telephone, tho post ofTlco and your, tongue to ndvortlso
this mooting. , ,
This Is perhaps the last speech I shall ever mnke In Barbottrvlllo
or Kentucky, I havo no ax to grind. Patriotism nlono piomptn mo to
make this speech. ' ?
Every lawyer, ovory teacher, every preacher, every business man
of every kind is especially urged to bo present and to' help ndvrrttsd this
speech. It Is calculated to help Kontucky nnd especially Knox Cdunty
and Barbourvllle. i
Politics, religion, business, oducatlon and tho administration of
tho Courts' of Justlco will all receivo tholr Just deserts nt my hands that
I am not, a candldato for any olTlco nor an applicant for any Job
anywhere In Kentucky. I havo all tho work I can do without seeking for
Tho only thing I wish for myself Is good health and for Kentucky
and all Kentucklans I wish nil the good things they Mil wish for them
selves. ' ' '
Tlio cldldrcn of the Smoky School will Miik nt this Mcctln;i,
It. N. BALDWIN. 1
ETERNAL LIFE j
"I mil come Hint ye might have lifo anil have It more abundantly."
John 10: 10.
Tho only reason for tho first ndvent of Jesus Christ was tho
destitution of life to the human race. Life had been forfeited by
Adam's disobedience. . Because Adnm sinned mortality wai fastened
upon nil tho sons and daughters of Adam.
Because Adam sinned ho became mortal. Adam never lmtl eternal
life. No man can transmit to posterity what ho himself docs not possess
Hence all the human race was dcstltuto of eternal life when Christ mado
Ills first advent.
If man had possessed eternal lifo why should Christ cnino that
he might havo lifo? Can man havo a more abundant life than eternal
life? If ho possessed eternal life what reason for Christ to come?
It seems that John, wisely thought Hint all tho beads of the field
will bo brought to lifo ugalu at the resurrection. I do not eudorso Wes
ley's view, but I do say that If Christ had not come neither man nor beast
would ever live again lifter tho stroke of death lias caused our life and
existence, to cease.
"The Son of man Is comoMo acck out and to save Unit which was
lost." Matt. 18: 11 and Luke 19:10.- What was lost? Tho whole hu
man race was lost. If Christ had not come to help the human race ic-
cover what Adam lost man would bo
Death would bo an eternal dreamless
therefrom made thru tho atonement
Bccauso Jesus is now Immortal He has power to bestow life to
whomsoever Ho wills. "Ho came to Ills own nnd Ills own rccolvcd Him
not; but as many as did receivo HIni to them gave Ho power to become
the sons of God." The sons of God will live forever, because ChVist came
to give them life.
If man was Immortal by nature, or If God endowed him, with an
immortal soul he had Just as much life without Cluist ns ho could pos
sibly have with Christ; therefore Christ would be unnecessary. No
scheme of" redemption could save an Immortal man nor could any plan
of salvation add one moment of life to any human being who already
had eternal life. But because of man's mortality und man's destitution
of life and his lose condition in death
Now, since He camo and
thru the gospel, It is necessary for man to comply with requirements of
the gospel. Tho requirements say "Holievo," "repent," "be baptized,
and "continuo faithful unto death." i
By faithful contlnuanqo in
obtain eternal life at the final Judgment. No man has eternal life now
No man can obtain oternal lifo except by patient continuance lit well
doing. No wicked person can ever obtain eternal life.
Therefore "man that is in
the beasts that perish." Ps. 49:20.
A large crowd attended church at
Friendship Saturday night and Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Martin, 'from
Corbln, were visiting home folks Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Allen, from Corbln, is
visiting her parents this week.
J. D. Martin has purchased the
Jake Kinder property near Barbour
vllle and moved there last week.
Walter Powell, who Is still build
ing pikes, says he Is making roads
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no more than tho boasts, that perl'h
sleep except foi the way of e capo
by Jesus Christ.
Christ was needed.
brought life and immortality to light
well - doing" man now has a chance to
honor and undorstandcth not is like
It. N. BALDWIN
for the cars that havo been purchas
ed on Stinking Creek.
Lester Havvn sold a load of beans
and tomatoes very siicccssfullv iu
Several havo begun saving fodder
Henry Payno Ins been hauling in
groceries for tho past week and his
store looks HKo a new one
Jess Martin has tcturucct to his
work at Harlan.
Fred Kelley lotunicd homo Saiur
cay night attor a pleasant visit to
Dayton and Mieldloton, Ohio.--
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