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Mountain advocate. (Barbourville, Ky.) 1904-1935, March 31, 1916, Image 6

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3400 r. p. m. Chalmers Means Gallant Going Over All Kinds of Roads
The swift, silent breathing of the unique engine of
the new 3400 r. p. m Chalmers is faster than that of
any other car on the road.
Without gasp or throb, this weird, aluminum-lunged
beast inhales a mist of gasoline through the tiny nostril
in its carburetor so rapidly that it can spin its motor at
the supreme velocity of 3400 revolutions per minute.
High engine speed in a racer means just one thing
track-burning car speed.
But the high-speed engine of the 3400 r. p. m.
Chalmers means automobile attributes not measured in
mere speed alone.
It means the whole gamut of performance most
desired by men and women who demand more from a
car than a beltful of racing records.
Chalmers engineers have translated superlative en
gine -pccd into the composite boon of pick-up, poise,
and power.
Th versatility of this vehicle has won it the vigor
ous C ). K. of every person I know for whom it has
performed.
The 3400 r. p. m. Chalmers does everything a car
should do. It wrings 18 miles of gallant going out of
every gallon of gas, a mile a minute if you're keen for
speed.
Always there is the feeling of velour beneath my
accelerator foot.
This car has the liveliness of a spirited mare, with a
Pullman -like stability that keeps your back-seat pass
engers from rattling around like peas in a pod, which
happens in so many other light, fast cars.
This able Six is heavy enough and so finely poised
that its four wheels stay always on the ground, with
direction as straight as a bullet.
By transforming this car's superabundance of brute
might into all-round performance, Chalmers engineering
has saved you from .$150 to $200 worth of fuel per year.
So it's a sane and sensible buy from every slant
and the smart ones whose sense of values hasn't been
blunted by prosperity are dropping around with
their check-books.
$1050 Detroit.
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Color options: Oriford maroon with hood to match or Meteor
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J W, Nelson & Sons, Corbin, Ky,,
Distributors.
Barbourville Supply Co., Barbourville, Ky.,
Agent.
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BELL WILL VOTE ON
ANOTHER BOND ISSUE
$150,000 Outlay To Be
Put Up To Taxpayers
May 3.3; Measure May
Not Carry.
Pineville, Ky., March 26. -A
,$ bond issue for Bell County will
1 be voted on May 13, calling for
I . an issue of bonds to the amount
of $150,000. An election waa
t, held in February, 1916, at which
t time $250,000 was voted. This
, ' sum has been practically all spent
j,. on about five miles of road and
f about fifteen miles of grade, and
machinery.
The report of the County Trea
surer, as filed a few weeks ago,
shows that of the first issue vot
ed, more than eight thousand
dollars has been spent in inci
dentals; about fifty ttottua1 del
lars in machinery, and about
twelve thousand dollars in engi
neering. This has caused some
comment from taxpayers. There
is mgch speculation as to wheth
er the proposed $150,000 bond
issue will carry.
It has been charged that mon
ey was wasted in useless engi
neering, machinery and other ex
penses, and taxpayers have dir
ected criticism at the county
officials. From The Louisville
Herald.
We believe that Bell County
has more grade made and more
pike completed than stated above.
We know one thing and know it
well, that Knox County has neith-
er pike nor grade.
j We have been a patient people
land we are prone to wait longer
and longer. Unless we shake
this off, and get to doing some
thing, we will be in a moat de
plorable eonditioa. What Is ths
the matter? We repeat, what
is the matter? Can or will some
one please tell? We have com
pleted several surveys of roads,
none has been passed upon by
the State Road Commissioner,
who is to blame? He knows
what he intends to do and why
don't he go on and do it? He has
had all kinds of time. We are
now losing good weather, the
opportunity is here to build roads
and get an honest days work
done. I
OLDER BUT STRONGER
To be healthy at seventy, prepare ot
.. vuuu uuiitv, uccausc 1U tile
strength of middle life we too often forget
that neglected colds, or careless treat
ment of slight aches and pains, simply
undermine strength and bring chronic
weakness for later years.
To be stronger when older, keep jour
blood pure and rich and active with the
trength-bullding aed blood-nourishing
properties of Scott 'a Kmuliion which Is a
Jood, a tonic and a medicine to keep your
Hood rich, alleviate rheumatism and
Tt)M alcluitM. No alcohol la Scott's.
We had one indignation meet
ing, and its time we were having
another. We have had all the
cheap notoriety that we should
want, but lets have something
call it what you will, no matter
what you call it, but lets have
something done on our roads,
and have it while we are living.
It is true we have not squander
ed any of the peoples money,
but the people who pay the taxes
want to see something started in
the way of roads.
I 'The people are looking to the
officers to take care of their in
terest, will the officers do it? We
believe they will if they have to
be made do it. But the question
is, who is to blame?
For Sale
NOTICE
One Ford Automobile goods
new, for half price. For futher
, information call at the office of
jths Mountain Advocate.
First meeting of creditors in
the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District
of Kentucky.
In the matter of)
J. R. Anderson) In Bankrupty
Bankrupt) No. 855
To the creditors of J. R. An
derson of Pineville in Bell county
and district aforesaid, a bankrupt
Notice is hereby given that on
the 28 day of March, 1916 the
said J. R. Anderson, was duly
adjudged bankrupt: and that the
first meeting of creditors will be
held at Pineville. Ky.. on the 14
day of April, 1916 at 9 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, at which
time the Baid creditors may at
tend, prove their claims, appoint
a trustee, examine the bankrupt,
transact such other business as
may properly come before said
meeting.
This 28 day of March, 1916
W. W. Tinsley, Referee in Bank
ruptcy,
HOUSEHOLD
GOODS FOR
SALE
JJ aving sold our
Home here we have
some good House
hold goods to sell
cheap. Call on Mrs.
George May at Bar
bourville. P. V. Cole,
PeeVee, Kentucky.
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