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We Wish Qir Readers' and Friekds A Happy New Year jfi &
NEW SCRIES: VOLUME 13; No. 9
BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1922
ONE DOLLAR AND PIPTY CENTS A EAR IN ADVANCE
OVF1CER THOUGHT MURDERED, .TUDOR J, J. TYK PLEASED
BODY TUX ON TRACKS . OVER' QUIET CHRISTMAS
HAZARD ICY., Dee. 22. Deputy Wfth the exception of a few gen
Sheriff Bob Kapler was found dead oral pranks and the taking of a gun
on a railroad track at Walker's from one Individual, Christmas
Branch, near his home this morn- passod In a quiet, orderly manner,
tug. At least one train had passed which brought pleasure to the City
over the body Thursday night, Judge, J. J. Tyo. There was not a
officers "bellevo. An Investigation is drunk charged so far as we have
under way y a. been able to ascertain and the ab-
NaplerigBolIovod by authorities sence of liquor has been a mattor of
to have beerf killed and the body favorablo comment and appreciation
placed on tho track, evidence among our citizens,
having bonn found that the body Chester Halo In a spirit of Ohrist
was dragged sevoral feet and put on maa eihuberance flred oft his pistol
tho tracks. nn(1 Judge Tye suggested a $10 spot
His pistol had four empty shells and trimmings as about right,
in if m i. ,i.i m. m Dill Jones forgot that a muffler
on his machlno was worth $15 and
Uoll Jordan, Will Jackson and
Charlie Lewallen paid $5 for a Are
cracker Christmas and Bill Clark
Geo. Bright was fined $1.00 and
costs for breach of tho peace.
The case against W. A. Drlttaln
for the alleged carrying of a pistol
thodlst episcopal Church w" not, trIed, n1d U J9 ftrobabW ho
Chrl.lir.ii. program last W,U wa,ve trIal ,n tho clty court'
JOHN LAWSOX GIVEN
and soveral small children. Ho is
the fourth officer to have mot death
in this county since last Juno. The
others were Deputy Sheriff R. J.
Crawford, Deputy Sheriff James
, Holiday and Policeman Holland.
Sunday night. It was tho children's
night In a real sense. Tho program
tonslstcd of recitations, dialogues !
anu songs uy me cmiuren. Alter
their part was finished the friend of
all the children appeared, Santa
Claus. He greeted personally n
largo number of his friends and af
terwards, distributed gifts to all.
The "little boys" of Professor Will
Faulkner's class were especially do
lighted nnd showed their faith In
Santa when he called them to re
ceive their gifts.
MANCHESTER, Ky. Dec. 23.
John LawBon, indicted for the mur
der of ihls half brother, Toby Law
son, was sentenced to confinement
In tho stato penitentiary for twenty
one years yesterday, at a special
session of the Clay Circuit Court,
presided over by Judge A. T. W.
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John Mum Umt4 Into Hen I fl j1ifcr-
PlppqsitnnpcUdlTTuidr. , njjnf "
(Atuxnywula II , I Sm Arithritlw, our l4l firm.
WWflfflW I for ltltudUii winter.
l-" ' ,& jg'?yv jst ftnyti or tto!n Our pet
Knil! I Judfltif trom thDl dtnund for est Libera! reward If rrhmwd to
Kir lbarr.il there must bo eonridenblt OwnwCrop.Adi!roiR.F.D.No.S.
I Ifetmtntitlo'i join on around theM L
Iparut. opinet O u. tho grocer.
HEAD OF COAL COMPANY
MAKES OFFICIAL STATEMENT
Henry Ford is negotiating for the
purchase of coal land, mining plants
and equipment of the Pond Creek
Coal Company In Plko County, Ken
tucky was nnnounced in New York
CHRISTMAS TREK AT
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
On Saturday evening both young
and older members of the Presby
terian Sunday School gathered at
the church where a beautiful Christ
mas awaited them. After appropri-
by T, B. Davis, president o fthe coal ate exercises, Santa Claus appeared
concern, who said negotiations will on the scene, not with his reindeer
bo completed before tho end of the j and sled which ho had boon using
year. Davis said die Issued tho. in the north, nnd which got stuck
statement in view of rumors curront 'in tho mud on the other side of tho
in the press and In "order that our mountain. However, he wore some
stockholders might be correctly in
formed about what is transpiring."
He said all company lands and equip
ment In Plko county are concerned
In the pending transaction. Mid-
dlesboro Dally News.
A delightful community Christ
mas celebration was held at tha
home of Judge and Mrs. F. D. Samp
son, Saturday night, there being
some 175 people present. The tree
was set In tho woods at tho back of
tho homo and poople camo from as
for ns Hcldrlck to attend tho short
service by Rev. Jno O Gross and to
receive gifts of fruits nnd caudles.
FIroworks were a part of the cele-
man was killed as th result of a
.blow with n club. Hfs skull was
Yrw11( frfiiitnt-nl lint Vtn llvorl mm
The most rapid growing Sunday than,n week a"orwards. Louisville
SclyjoMn SoutlMsiern Kentucky Heral1-
Invites you to meet with us a few
Manning. The defense tried to show
that Toby drew a revolver on John lrut!on, which while enjoyed by all,
and hit him with a stick. Tho slain ;was particularly staged for the
youngsters. This has become an
annual affair at the Sampson home
end Is eagerly looked forward to by
the people of tho community as
Christmas draws near.
more weeks at B. B. I. eaqh Sunday
9:45 A.M. There is a place for the I
"whole family In this Sunday School.
6P. M.-AH the B. Y. P. U.'S
"Learnlng to Servo"
11 A. M. and 7 P. M. the pastor
will bring some worthwhile mes-
1 CANTATA AT HIGH SCHOOL
On Saturday evening Mrs. Geo. F.
Tinsley and Mrs. W. H. Buck pre
sented some forty young foll:3 nnd
tiny tots In a comic cantata which
proved very entertaining.
Tho costumes were both pretty
sages. You will receive a hearty wel- and appropriate and tho stage was
carefully arranged. The theme was
the search for tho Christmas spirit
come to these services.
If you want to wear a smile that
will not come off it must have Its
foundation underneath the surface,
deep down in too heart. No heart
which had In some mysterious way
been mislaid. Wealth, Fame, RIche3
A beautiful social affair of last
woek was the doublo wedding sol
emnized Friday, December 22nd 'at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Tyo, at which time Miss Ltlydale
Tyo became the bride of Mr. Robert
D. McDade, and Miss Mary Agnes
Heldrtck the bride of Mr. Thomas
If the National Guard always acts
with tho same pep its members dis
played against U. C. Academy
Thursday of last week It will crown
itself with distinction. While tho
Guards lost by one point, 6-7, they
tied U. C. all along tho lino until
toward tho close of the game. Tho
gaino was clean and fast and should
Tho girls of Darbourville High
School alto played a finu game
against U. C. Academy and though
the score wan 10 to 1 against them
they showed lots of class and are
CANTRILL FOR GOVERNOR
and Laughter could not produce It. ,lng out the Christmas ldoa. Before
Tho spacious home was decorated
with potted plants and holly, carry-'much Interested in the coming cam-
In another section of tho Advo
cate will bo found tho platform of
Congressman Cantrlll who is in the
race for Governor. As the first gun
fired, it will bo of great Interest to
the Democrats of Knox County who
are thus given an opportunity to
study tho issues Involved In tho
rase. It will bo read with Interest.
There is no question, since the race
seems to promise to bo a hot one.
Republicans who aro themselves
The marrlago of John D. Gross,
of Barbourvlllo. and Miss Nannie
Hammons, of GIrdler, Ky. was sol
emnized at Cumberland Gap Dec
Miss Hammons Is tho daughter of
Dock Hammons, prominent farmer
and citizen, of GIrdler while Mr.
Gross Is a valued employee In both
clerical and freight department of
the L&N R.R. at Barbourvlllo.
Mr. Gross was a staunch soldier
during the crisis of the World Wor,
following tho Stars and Stripes
Into the battlo field of France and
upon his return .has been an active
member of tho American Legion.
His soldier comrads and their many
friends wish them a happy and
of the bells Just to prove he was the
real thing. Ho assisted in the dis
tribution of tho treats which were
Miss Roberta Colo, w.ho is homo
from the College of Music, Cincin
nati, sang "Silent Night" to the de
light of her aildlenee.
OLD FOLKS DINNER
Miss Lucy Hutchlns, of Bailey's
Switch, and Mr. Osro E. Edson. of
Kokomo, Ind, were married at Cum
berland Gap, Tenn. Dec. 25. Miss
Hutchlns is one of Knox County's
best women while Mr. Edson Is a
progressive farmer and business
man of Kokomo. Their many friends
here and elsewhere, wish them tho
greatest of Joy in their married life.
can be truly happy that 13 not right Santa, the embodiment of Lovo, was the ceremony Mrs. Charles F. Rath-
wlth God and one's fellow-men.
Tjie Baptist Church Is seeking to
make it their constant employment
j to bring people into such happy re
lationships. "Come thou with us and we will
do thee good."
the only one who found it and dls- ton sang beautifully "Because" and
tributed It to everyone "A11 for You." Promptly at twelve
Much of the music was catchy o'clock to the strnlns of the wed-
palgn for tho governorship will
study Congressman Cantrlll's plat
form for future reference.
Tho Advocate is open to men of
HARLAN BARBOURVILLE HIGn
Friday at Harlan, our hig,h school
boys played a fast gamo with Har
lan, tho result being 14 to 9 In fovor
of Harlau. The Lyon Brothers were
stars for Harlan. Wells, Mayhew,
Jones and Calvin Guyer did good
goal pitching on fouls and tho rest
of the team played fine ball. Tho
presence of a gymnasium would
WORK ON L &N
and well sung. Mrs. Buck and Mrs.
Tinsley deserve groat credit for
being able to present such a pro
gram in so short a time and with so
Wo want to make special men
ding march from Lohengrin, played
by Mrs. C. P. Kennedy, the bridal
party descended tho stairs.
First came Miss Jewel Tye In a
gown of gold velvet and Spanish
laco and carrying a bouquet of
J. M. Parker of PInevlIlo, engi
neer of the L&N track construction
was here Tuesday. Ho reports work
already begun at Wallsend and ex
pects work to bo general all along
the track within 30 days, which will
turn considerable money loose in
this section. Mr. Parker hoped to
find a home in Barbourvlllo but was
unable to do so.
tion of three of tho boy voices: tho sweetheart roses and violets; then
young son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
Tinsley can sing and always has.
His solo wa3 a treat. Then Harry
Marshall, as "Blllie" .exhibited a
fine voice which It is hoped will not
be neglected. Lewis Haun, as Ree
dicklus, did the comic part like an
old timer and he can sing anything
that has time and tune with his
feet too, at times.
Profits, in any business, drpend upon hew frequently
money can be "turned over" at a protlt. Slow coUectlonsI
always mean loss.
Tho First Natloiuil Bank, s a MEMBER of tho FED
ERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, commands the extensive col
lection facilities which tills great association has (IovcIoihkI
Its customers prollt because of this, oven ns they enjoy tlui
additional protection duo to federal as well as stuo supervision.
Honor Roll Bank
We Pay 4 on Certificates of Deposit
xFIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL PAID IN FULL
Miss Lllydale, wearing a
green chiffon and silver brocade,
carrying a bride's bouquet of roses
and lllle3 of tho valley, leaning
upon the arm of her father. Miss
Druscllla Tyo, charpiing in a nas
turtium panuo velvot and with a
bouquet of roses and violets, camo
next followed by Miss Heldrlck,
on the arm of her father. Miss
Heldrlck was lovely In a gown of
sapphire blue panne velvet and bou
quet of bride's roses nnd
either party, who may wish to use j stimulate sport. KIwanIs please note.
us columns, sucn naving Been tno
policy of tho management for the J
past four years. Its stand is that
every citizen, whatever his party,
has a right to tho use of tho press.
GRAND JURY A BUSY ONE
The following men served as
grandjurymen for tho Circuit Court
Just closed. John Bolton, J. D.
Faulkner, E. E. Sawyers, John
Jones, Clifton McNeil, Mrs. James
Bullock, J. M. Wilson, Pless Bryant,
Pallas Burton, Murphy Cannon, W.
J. Baysand P. D. Baker. Including
some 250 or more Indictments for
failure to send their children to
sohool there were over 500 indlct-
valley ments. It is gratifying to know that
'only about 50 cases were liquor
Mr. McDade, attended by Mr. P,
D. Black, as best man, and Mr,
O'Hara. attended by Mr. Charles F. or 15 felonies
Heldrlck, Jr., met their brides be- j The court rondored about $7000
foro an Improvised altar of ferns, worth of Judgments in the shape of
above which was suspended a wed-'fine3t most of these penalties
ding boll of holly and mistletoe. The parrying also from 10 days to 6
beautiful ring ceremony was used .months Jail sentence. ThoJury went
with Rev. Arthur A. Ford, of the ' the limit in all cases and It is grati
Christian Church, officiating. tying to know that tho representee
After tho ceremony the guest3, of , measures being employed aro great
of whom one hundred and eight had jiy reducing the liquor cases in the
rogisterod, were served a delightful county. Number 1 Jury consisted of
luncheon. Mrs. W. R. Hughes. Mrs. C. C.
Miss Lllydale, who Is tho youngest Smith, Mrs Elizabeth Halo, Mrs.
The regular services will be held
at the usual .hours, 11 A.M. and 7
P.M. Sunday School at 9:30 A. M.
Tho W. F. M. S. meets Wednesday
afternoon, January 3rd. The Ladies
Aid meets Friday afternoon, Janu
ary 5th, at the homo of Mrs. Jor
dan Miller. Tho winter revival cam
palgn will begin January 14th. Dr
Guy Wilson, conference evangelist
of the Maine conferenco will bo in
Send tho Advocate to your friend.
On Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs.
George Faulkner reversed the gen-
oral custom and entertained the
old folks," most of them related
to tho family. About twenty were
Invited but a few were not present
on account of sickness.
Tho guests were:
Mrs. J. D. Faulkner, great grand
mother of little Paul Mitchell.
Mrs. Katherlne Valentine, also
great grandmothor of little Paul,
and v. ho refused to have her plc
turo taken on account of her age,
but she was held down by the bon
net strings and tho picture was suc
Mrs. Kato Ballard, who when a
"gal" could climb a tree like a
Mrs. Henry Tye, who used to ride
a mule without saddle or bridle.
Mrs. Hugh Smith, affectionately
known as "Aunt Sis."
Mrs. R. Vermillion.
Mrs. Carrie Faulkner, an expert
swimmer when a "gal."
Mrs. Foley and Mrs. John Catron
who entertained for the benefit of
the Methodist Church at one time
with their spinning wheels.
Uncle BUI Cecil, the oldest one in
tho crowd, told about a fight he saw
once, but ho must have left for he
never told how It ended.
Arch Fuller, Josephus Moore,
I. D. Faulkner, A. C. Vaughn, for
whom tho writer will testify to the
whereabouts of some of this crowd
at a shakedown at his home. His
mother made him sit on tho stair
steps where he could see and not be
seen as ho was too young for the
The dinner was magnlflclent, well
cooked and gracefully served. It
will never bo forgotten. Blue Grass
folks can't beat It and I know.
There were some "sheep's eyes"
cast among some widows and wi
dowers present but it might spoil it
all to tell.
All will wish that Mr. and Mrs.
Faulkner may live to enjoy similar
blessings. A GUEST.
Poison In Bee's Sting.
Ifce secretion of a honey bee's sting
Is nbout six-thousandths of a grain,
two-thirds of lilrh Is water. The rest
In thp "
cases about the samo number of
.cold check cases and only some 10
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo W,
Tye, and Miss Mary Aguo3, tho
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
F. Heldrlck, are both beautiful and
accomplished young ladles, popular
with a host of friends. Mr, McDado
and Mr, O'Hara aro promising
young business men of sterling
After a trip thru the west tho
young couples will be at home in
Barbourvlllo. The Advocate Joins
in wishing ithem a long and happy
Whero will Barbourvlllo
years from' now? '
the answer today.
Llda Messer, K. F. Davis, B. P.
Walker, Fletcher Dozlor, E, J.
Wyrlck, W. M. Mosser. Mrs. Oeo.
Nowman, Esom Englo nnd B. P.
Jury number 2: H. B. Helton Jas.
Braughton, W. M. Mills, Joe Tuggle,
Janjos Durham. Joe Bright, Jamej
Bullock, Abe Carnes. F. Mi Reese.
Joe Cottlnglm, J. D. Evans and
Tho Indictments for passing cold
checks will call for more care on
the part of the citizens who givo
checks through lack of business
be ten knowledge or thru carolessness as
You are writing to the state of their accounts at tho
' ' time, the check was given.
An Old Chinese Proverb
"IF YOU WALK ON SNOW YOU CAN
NOT HIDE YOUR FOOTPRINTS.
A PROVERB IN THE MAKING
"IF YOU ARE THRIFTLESS YOU CAN
NOT HIDE THE FACT"
Traces of a thriftless habit will inevitably
?hov up with the result that you will always be hard
up while you are making money and be a charge up
on charity or relatives when you cannot earn.
THE UNFAILING SIGN OP THRIFT IS A
Open j our account today with $1.00 or more,
we pay you 4 and all taxes on Savings Accounts.
Maybe you would like to have $1,000 in ten years
from now if you live, or if you die you would like
your loved ones to have the $1,000 at your death, if
THE VICTORY SAVINGS ACCOUNT IS THE
THE NATIONAL BANK OF JOHN A, BLACK