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r m La- &TinriyM ctT wiv 'jwi.-. ink vimiLhvi nni IS THE BEST WAY A. E. Ltrehe of 8prlngfitld Qivtt FUclp for Qtttlng Ovtr th Blutt A. E. LERCHE "If you ever get tlio blues," lie snld, "It H well to know tlio simplest nml r test wny to got i Id of tUcin. CranM Tcss, nervousness niul general upset condition prccedln:; the blues usually arc duo to tlio irlcntlcsR grip of con stipation on tlio nervous system. The simplest wny lo meet this condition Is to linvc n ho-! of Hornll Orderlies In your pooLi'l and Hie beM way Is to tnko ono when yon feel the attack com lnu on It Is the finest laxative for men, women and children I know of, nd is n regular nntldoto for the blues -the best ever." Wp liao the cxclushc selling rights Toi tills tfie.U laxative HERNDON DRUG CO., Inc. THE REXALL STORE New County Chairman: Last Saturday the precinct chair men of the Knox county republi can committee met and elected a new county chairman and secre tary. Senator Lewis was elected chairman and W. R. Marsee sec retary. There was no one else placed in nomination for these two places and so the running was easy. Mr. Lewis was former secretary of the committee and John W. Hughes was chairman. Mr. Hughes was agreed upon for chairman, but declined, hence the election of Senator Lewis. W. C. Pierce, of Warren was in town Monday. Josh Parrott, of Artemus was in this city Monday. Thomas Williams, who lived on Manchester St., has moved to his farm near Flat Lick. D. P. Dlack, of Richmond is buying up i bunch of cattle, he has already lounticd up reveial. Mrs. Rhoda Henson. of Coibin is visiting her sister-in-law, Mi p. W. M. Jones, at the Hotel Jones. Judge D. Y. Lyttlc, D. K. Walker and several more of Clay County's good citizens were heie Saturday and Sunday. On account of the illness of Dr. Crump, the rcvial services at the First M. E. Church closed last Saturday night. Charley Reynolds who is attend ing Union College visited II. C Mills at Dewitt, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sparrow, of Corbin was in the city Saturday the guest of Mrs. J. D. Tuggle, and soliciting for the Corbin Times. We do not want to foiget the fact that Capt. John Hei.Vi Lar son, was elected as chairman of the Republican Committee, ward No. 2. John will make a good chairman. Judge Thomas G. Hammons is getting into the harness in the way of doing something toward building the roads that Knox County wants, and looks like they won't get. The Glee Club will give a con cert at the Barbourville Baptist Institute on Monday night April 10, for the benefit of the B. B. I. Athletic Association. This pro mises to be one of the best en tertainments of the season. England, Germany and France Agree on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. There must be a good reason for this. It is because alum was found to be un healthful. Royal Baking Powder is made of cream of tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and contains no alum nor other questionable ingredients. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Mrs. W. H. Green is in an in firmary at Louisville, where she has just undergone an operation. It is reported that the operation was successful and that she will DANDRUFF QUICKLY STOPPED There is only oneway We will have a lively bunch in this city the 12 (lav of April, from Knoxville, they will be 100 strong. Come and see what they have to say, for your i")i as well as theirs. Mrs. W. H. McDonald. Mrs. T. J. Mooro r.nd lttW Marjorip Moore, after spending o wcekh in the sunny south. St. Peters burg Fla., returned last Tuesday. Mrs. Charles P. Weaver of Louisville, who is out in the in terest of the Kentucky Orphans Home, was here the first of the week. Mountain Lodge met last Mon day Night, with work in the F. C. Degree, also had some very prominent visitors, in attendance they were, Chris Pearl, London, W. E. Farmer, Past Master, of Berea, and D. P. Black, P. M.. ot Richmond. M. S. Zeigler, of Louisville, spent a few days in this city this 1 week repairing and tuning the , pianos at Union College. Mr. Zeigler will visit here again next Mav on his regular trip as usual. Robt. W. Cole, Cashier of the I First National Bank, and Presi dent of the Eleventh District Bankers Association, attended the Bankers meeting at Corbin, Wednesday. Don't forget the date April 10, The Glee Club will put on one of the best entertainments you will have opportunity of seeing, at B. B. I. Auditorium. John E. Golden went to Louis il!e last week, where he under went an operation for several different diseases. He was said to be in a dangerous condition at the start, but now he is entirelv out of danger and will be home soon. soon be homo again. Mr Green dandruff and that is to is with her and will be there for several days yet. J. L. Golden, who is manager of the Barbourville Auto Co. ha now on hands some twenty Foi ds, and has a car load that will be unloaded here this week of a higher class and price. He has taken the agency for the Stuck baker, and will receive the first car load this week, with others to follow. A. A. Read, with the Read Construction Co. was a plcneani caller at this ollice Tuesday. Mr. Read told the editor that he was hero to press the work on the! Cumberland and Manchester R R and that it would be pushed to completion as fast as time and money can do it. He was accom panied by Mr. Tiffany, who is also a railroad man. Mr. Tiffany lives on Pine St. this city and it is hoped that he will come to the conclusion by the time the road is completed to make his home , among us. FOR SALE-1 have for sale to cure kill the germs. 1 here is onb one hair preparation that will kill the germs and that is Mildredina Hair Remedy. This unusual hair re storer with it's rocoid of thous ands of cures will grow hnir on any head where there is any life left; it curois dandruff, stops fall ing hair and itching of the scalp in three weeks or your money back. It is the most pleasant and in vigorating tonic, is not sticky or greasy and is used extensively by the htlios of refir. ment who desire to keep the!.- hair soft. lustrous and luxuriant. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at druggists every- wnere. FrecWe will send a large trial bottle free by return mail to anyone sending this coupon to Mildred Louisa Co., Boston, Mass., with name and address and 10c in silver to WARNING-DANGER All persons are hereby warned, 1 that any wire, either telephone or 5 choice milch cows, cheap for or electric light wire, which may cash. The cows are of the best I become broken, and fall into the grade. Call on A. D. Smith, , f3' alks or anywhere with VT . r, ., , ... T. ' . in the city of Barbourville, is Union College, Barbourville, Ky. (dangerous. We caution all per- FOR SALE-1 have for - ale y sonS not to touc!l or c?me n con- Tptnpv rmvs nil mvinc milk fm-1 "" wu" "" sul:" wlres out " jersey cows, an gmng miiK, lot rn,,,i ; i,n p. cash. Come and see them quick bourville Electric Licht IIeat& M. G. Hignite, Barbourville, Ky. i FOR SALE-I have 4 good mules, 2 good horses and 1 Jer-' sey cow which I desire to sell at once, for cash or bankable note You must come quick; I mean t sell at once. T. J. Vermillion, Barbourville, Ky. I Power Co. at once. Barbourville Electric Light Heat & Power Co. By A. D. Smith. Gen. Mgr. Selling Automobiles A KAKVCILOUS BUS'NCSS rj$$j& KtMICSDi? tt-t UW ill fAHE . KMir.. I. -f fl f'ilfWC fwiw EqaiPPts. tofRicip F'ciomcAiC . Not CuiMtcButP.-an Mirit live AMUTjWunto Wsitr,06-X( Jos-ai. Nas BM2ESSS. SK2222K2JJKESSK8555W1 IBfakJgaBQKSg'jS-ajWJW&EJre We have bought out the firm of T. J. Vermillion & Son and will remain at the old stand where we Lave a Car load of Syracuse Plows and 3 car loads Old Hickory Wagons bought at the old price. These will not last long and you had beuer come early if you want to take advantage of the old price ft a iiMK!r$ v v , Disc Harrow. We arc going 10 mit.. me year of 1916 better than c cr to tn purchasers of OLD HICKORY WAGONS AND SYRACUSE HAND & RIDING PLOWS By selling to thefn, this Spring Old Hickory Wagons & Syracuse Hand Plows at about actual Cost. BUU. 1 JHEaSal Hi ! fv S L4 . jjjiT "iit'j-t. lijkiJt Wc handle in connection with our wagons and plows a general line of implements, such as, Disc Harrows, Hay Rakesf Mowing Machines, Sulky Plows and Buggies. We carry a complete line of repairs for all implements we sell. If you need a plow or a wagon now is the time to buy. You may never have another opportunity to purchase at the price wc arc going to sell these carloads. Wc invite you to visit our place before purchasing else where. You will find our goods the best that can bz obtained at the least cost. Opposite L. & N. Depot. We Handle the best Hay, Grain and Feed in Car Load Lots J. F. RASNICK & CO. Barbourville - - Kentucky Oil or Phone No. 17. A w $&i ". r, v :u i . . Lki, y i f i "mfiii nfliiir isc: )il--ftiH, t,;: AayAwgwttlMli Mmmm wm V 1 1 I ? I 4 MPP16"