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fftdured tn rnsurd with tklniwh & Co. , 6fl vm Co1-Htgtii Stoic -' iV-.f- - 'NlJW StrRipSi VOLUME 10; No, 52 BARBOURVlLLE, KY PRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 ONE DOLLAR BIND PIETY CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE ft be eutti 3ttt fflonnl tV"1 1 t-fa K? - . r-- """ ' ' ' Br r V r nwaHi I HBH K& H'- -fl jiiiiiiM l L. & ;"' IiZT B is . l Is- ! 'h ESb' -1 i ' hihbbbbhbbbbbbbbbbbbbhhbbbbbbbbI 'BBHbbbbbbbI - fl 41 HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHb HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHb v PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION Al Union (.ollege Attended, llv Large Number or Citizens On Monday vV'hUm u most il llghtfnl (Kt'ivtoii wns celebrated at t'nlon College g.imunlum. Tin1 spa (lous floor wits strewn with iiuliiiiiii leaves mid lir;iii( lies were hung mer llio walls with n great pile of corn mill pumpkins In tin center of Hit room, nil earning mil innstjierfediy the fall sen'snn. Tin1 Ions recoiling lino was headed li.v Pre, mid Mrs. E. T. KninUin. Kliietnusly we'enmed tlu guilts, who thou passed to tin- "Dili Oaken Huik it" where piotty tnllege girls soriod rt freshing puuth. This well wasnint iirtlsie,cnriylng out In otTcit the oM open well with It'' linckct on it iii' nml tni's imr It nil. Howeier. tli" .Mid: was scried Im a mmli tun.' inodcni ami Miinltiiry way. lie iiimn nml iiiKi1 iw ncr m1 nNo ly lollcci' xtinleiitx. who ucro all nuking a oi.il tlini' of the nmixlon. 'I ho folloKi1 liaiul. l'rof. AshrrV ,nr SCHOOL TICKITT F01C CITV KCIIOOUS, 'I lif follnuliiK I'Nri'lk'lit tic kit Inix U-i'ii H'jiNli'ifil with K. V. llnrRo to 'fi-M1 hi triisti-fs for tin1 ilty xchools: HoliJ-il. W. Colt1, .IiiiIki. W. II. ji)-, c. a. Kti-fio. i:. u. i:iiiim. j. v. iimui mill U'Hlicr Ulli-y. All nro fliu tltl- 7I'IM Will) IlMM1 till1 K-Mt IlltlTI'MtH of thu HrJiooN at linul. W11 iimlorxtmiil then1 Ih-uo othir tlikct In tin1 flelil. If then1 U any irlllilsm to Ik1 iiiaili It N that then1 N not a woiiiini on the ll kit. ri'KSDAY cum. 'I hi1 Tiii'xihiy ,nli iiu-t on OcIoImt UUli al tho hniiii1 of (lov. .1. I). Uhuk ulth .MNs (irrtimh1 lllaik lis lioxtriu ainl A. X. HopiNT ik li'iuli-r. After the liiliiei4 m-nsIiiii a ery InterexthiK pioKrnm Uitx lairlcil nut 011 the "Mo tion I'll lim. 01 the Mmlox." Mr. IM I'.inlknei prexrntod n piper on the pioKnws or the meilmnltiil ileelop meiit ol Hie minliiK pliture. Mrx. J. S. Miller pieMiileil 11 paper on "Mov ie (m- Cieijlmih" the po-slhilltlc" of lining them In the home, ulilih pioveil Imth iiiterlnliilne ami Inteiext- M, G. HIGNITE M, 0. Hignlte, who never made a speech in his life and who has not tried for 14 yeara will deliver a speech at 1 p m Nov. 1st. nest Monday , in the Court House, at Barbourviile. Ky. on the following subjeots. THE, RISE AND.FAL OF KINGDOMS and THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Come out and hear him together with other speakers, next Monday, November 1st. Women surely will come out because it is the last day to decide'on the first aud most important vote they will ever cast. NEW BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED, C. F. Murphy, .1. M. Westerfield and i ' (T. M. Hughes nre Incorporators. Artltlex of Ineoiporutlon for the iiiolle Itullillnt; anil Loan Associa tion, were flletl with County Clerk Itnhert IIflUnmnrth Tuesday. Tli new eompauy, which Ih tapltnlleil for 2'.000 mid promotnl hy C. M. Mur phy, .1. M. WoMerflehl and T. C HiiKhes, epeiti to Itegln huslnesx net week, umliitalniiiK nflkfs for the pres ent In the office of the Kentucky Col llerlen. "The ohject of the n8sodatlon,"8ul(l Mr, Ilgshex, "Is to help those who would hulhl n home for theniselex. Our uiciuhcrshlp shares will lie 1 100 payal.le either Js2 or S4 11 week, paid up all nionlhlj dues iK-arhiR inteiest at (! per i-ent. Loans will he nuiile to approiii memlieis at the uirreiit late of Interest." l'lneUlle Sun ltarhounille Is hmlly In nwil of homes to enahle us to glow. Ill fact nr ii.ni' arrneu in me em! ot our tether until new home me hullt. Why .slionlil not a iiumlier of our business men get together anil fnini a hiillillug nml loan association? tidilnr "pet", nimle ilellRhtful inush'-liiK. In the K.illery ilurhiK the en-nine li- Mr. IIoppi r showul m my heautl ler I'ror. Asher ilellhleil the anillinee fill pliture of mo le stars mid the as he always does, with two loliu o ludlet weie epeiteil to reuignlze Iih mid Miss HoKor s.iii two nun- them n IhleiestliiK cliapter of the Ih-r. Miss Hprit Is IksoiiiIiik a ::ie.i: jinf v.us leenlleil when eiuli luily told favoilte In ltarhounille anil liei Hue of (lie Hist motle she dad i-ut at uiiee Is surely aiipiedateil. Jll-ti teniliil. Mae Patter Is u wonderful iieiompui- 'lhe followlnj: suests weie hulled lU and Is always ready to assist it to the social hour nml their preenu lh piano wheie her perfect muslo at- wni nuuli npiuiKlateil: ...... ,....,.., .....,., ,u,u.,.,. , .Mesilmnes Louis ItenuliiKlioff, lien An unusunl tieat va enjoyed liv all Kniifmiiii, Uuso Kaufman, Jniiipx when Mr. Smith, of Scotland, nml for Kaufman. It.miljcau, Cmry; Mlssc eai n memlM-r of the famous Illick Coia Seller. Clunles linker nml Kll.i AVuteh Heslment Blind, phued hi- Smith. Iiaitplpe, marching up and down the D.ilntj salad mid lee were served In large room. the dining room. The genial friendliness of such mi Autumn color weie eairled out In nccHt'on endear? the Institution to the the decorations in- the use of heautl- honio people, who are very proud of fully timid hiandie and a profusion POWERS HEARD BY GREAT CROWD Antl-l-cacue reeling Is Shown Strong ly at Somerset. V. C. of dahlias. IIOLDUr AT AltTEMl'S. A l'LKASANT SlIIU'KISn. Two joting men named HeuiliUsoii The Ladles Aid of the l'reshjlerltn anil Itarker were hrought In fiom ihiinh could not let the seventy-first M'our Mile Monday accused of holillug hlrthday of their pastor go hy without up Hen Messpr In ids store at Aile- some expression of thehgood wislies, mils. Whoeier eomniltted the rohheiy so phiuunl n "siiiptlse party," and in wor handkerchiefs oer their faces a j maichcd to the home of Dr. and with guns pointed at Mr. Meser Win. 1! Minion on Kilda.v cloning they forced him to hand aier a gold Iteming their gffls. Theie were two watch nml j:;n.00 In money. steclal lo.itiue a c-ake with seientv- one lighted i.indles nml n line craien- Knrl Stanflll. of Mlililleshoro. spent die oiouo.it The affair was1 grt-atly Sunday here wlfji his ltrotheis. Doc; appreciated ltj the pastor and enjo.ied Hiul J. 8. I t,i all picscnt. XOTIC1 1920 Taxes now due. Pleaso call and settle, eanio. Yours truly, ' READ P. ULACK, Sheriff. S0-6t -Keep away from temptation. nTiyinfMMrni WEALTHY MEN MAKE PROFITS- The men of wealth, whom so many people envy, are not much different from the rest. ONE THING THEY HAVE LEARNED TO DO. They take a good deal of time to budget their .ex penditures. By planning, tthev save; by saving they are al ways in position with ready money to take advan tage of opportunities. EVERY MAN OR WOMAN CAN REAP BENE FITS OUT OP SAVING. . ' - FIRST NATIONAL BANK niAHBOUKVILLK. KENTUCKY CAPITAL PAID IN FULL $50,000.00 BUIU'LUS AND PltOFITH $10,000.00 4 Vote for the following Men for Members of the County Board of Education 1 J. M. Cole, Fount, Ky. 3 Chas. H. Botner, Grays, Ky. 6 George Hammons, Fiat Lick, Ky. 7 J. F, Hutson, Cprbin, Ky. 9 Joe Davis, Rain, Ky. 1st. The above named men have announced themselves as can didates for membership on the County Board of Education. They are each leaders in their communities and stand for progress in education and for civic righteousness among our people. They have pledged themselves to give Knox County a sober administra tion of its school affairs and their reputation is such that we know they will keep their pledge. 2nd, It is not only desirable that we have a Board that will give us a worthy leader in our educational affairs but it is necessary that the membership be composed of men who are successful in the conduct of business. The above named men will bring to the dutir s of their office mmds that have been trained in business af-fairs-thus insuring to us a careful conduct of the finances of the school fund. And representing the diffeient sections of the County as they do will insure all sections just and equal con sideration in the distribution of the same. 3rd. Since the women now have equal voting piivileges they are especially asked to interest themselves in behalf of this ticket, because they are especially interested in the education of children and the training of the young and know how much importance is attached to the office of County Superintendent, whom the Board of Edbcation now elects, and how desirable it is that the ollice should be filled by a sober and God fearing man. It is conceded by the people of Knox County that these men will be 'elected. Advt. ' Hoineiset. Ky., Oct. SI.- This tortli wus wild with enthusiasm today. It was Kepnlilliiin Day" In all that the words mean. Tor seieial days the ltepnhllcaiis of this county hale Itieu looking forward to the coining of I). C. lMwards anil Cnleh Powers, two of the stiougest mid most eloquent Con giessmcu this district eier had, who were hilled here to speak for the lie pulilicau ticket. After .Mr. Ildwnrils loncluilcil, Mr. Poweis, who has alwajs heen lory popular here, ami who has lost none of hisold time popuhuity, wus intro duced nml uiaile the most telling mid the most womleiful speech that has Ik en made in Kmiicispt during tills campaign, or au.i pieilous campaign. He coiillnt'd Ids remaiks to u discus- slou of the Liagiuof Nation. Mnnj speeches; hale hem made lieu- thi fall on till sullied, hut nothing has lelealed the iulipiitles of this docu ment as did the c online lug speech of Mr. Pirn ei . It was a lather lingthy discussion, lm( the large ciowd that lame to hear these omllieiit-speakers all sta.icil till the last woul was spo ken hy Mr Powers. Ml luiseut ngiiul tint t the speech of .Mr Pon pis mi the League of Na tion was the gieatest effort that he lias out made In all of his lIt liere and they all agice that it Mas the fin est speech that was eier dellioud-Iicre on any subject. Malij Domociat were heaiil to sa.i after the speaking that they pioposcil to lote thu Itepult lleiui ticket this fall aud help to sUio our country from Kiltlsli domination, and from the ilangeis of the League ot Nations. Mr. Pow ot s and Mr. IMw arils will speak hoie .Monday, Xoi. 1. at I p. m. I'UItLIC SPEAKING. Don C. lMuaids and Caleb Powers will speak at the lourt house in Pai- houriille.Mouday. Nov. 1, at 1 p, ' i , I'lof i:. i:. Uumiell or the It. II. I., lliisiiiess Collc'e, was In Mhldlcslioro .Monday. He topuits his section of the Institute as doing line. Mis. ( I". Hclilrick is hack from a trip to Dam Hie. Lexington and Linils-llle. Mis. L.imau K. Itoujauiii, who has heen lislting In .loplln. Mo, leturmil home last week. Her mother, .Mis. D. Vincent, is leiniiiuliig In .loplln some time longer. Vote for the following Candidates for members of Knox County Board of Education S. H. Black, Grays. S. M. Miracle, Bryants Store. W. H. Davidron, Fount. Obic Bargo, Scalf. J. H, Haun. Barbourviile. If elected we pledge ourselves to give Knox County a progres sive School System. We have not pledged ourselves for or against any individal as we realize that would be a violation of the spirit of the new school law. The article appearing in the last issue of the Mountain Advo cate together with a statement printed on cards and being dis tributed over the County in favor of certain Candidates for mem bers of the County Board and at tacking the administration and character of the present County Superintendent, is both farfetch ed and unmanly as all fair mind ed voters will agree. Advt. MISS NEVILLE VISITS HAHUOURVILLE. The Cation garage ha sold a 1 model Iliihk to Homy Clark of the .lellico (iiocciy Co. Seieial other people haie put In indeis fm llulcks and these will he supplied as soon us liosxllile. .Miss I.ln.i Xeiille leprescntntlie of the Lake Diiision, American lied Cioss. while hoie loiifeiiing with loonl I ted Cross chapter oflIeI.il. regaiillng plans for the appioaehlng Fourth Iloll Call of the orginlatioii. Voiemher 11 to iir,, said. "The lied Cioss Is going to the AiiiPiIi.ni people for the fourth cou- .secutlie ji.ir asking for membership dollars, but this time with a dllTerMit end In ilew, that of sorlce to the Loniinuiilt)," ho said in speaking of the lloll Call. "lied Cross recoids In Hie past j ear show how great is the need for the services, of the 'Greatest Mother' At the picsint time in Ohio, Indian. i and Kentucky chapter there me 1,7) public health nuisos, 144 Jun ior lted Cross mills, .",s disaster pto paieiliies committees, ::.", chapters in. poaching Flist Aid mid S." teaching Home Hygiene and Cue of Sick. War wink Is oeeiipjing 1IM of the ."..IS dl- Wsious chipters Sit.i-two uie ex tending to liiiliau families the servi ces glien !u w.ti time to families of soldieis, s.tilois and niiuiues." Den lopiiit nt of ihapler piogranrs' hinges lu man.i case's on the icsults In uu'inbcrshlp. of the Fouitli Iloll Call. riiiiuiciiig of the thipter muse, malu tiiiuuco of the Homo Sen lee Morkpr and support of health actiiities de pends on tin1 lily 1 1 nt of each inem- boisltlp ilnll.u wlih h is ic I allied for loe a 1 usage, it Is oaslli mou thnf, with these facts befme the cliapter ev ecuthe, the le.ison why they aio ask ing the people of the community for their lenewcil membership In the Aineilemi lied Cioss which Is 'Still the (lieutcst Mother lu the World." Chas. Jones and family cutoitulueil T Steuait and family Sunday lilll lluructt, of Fletcher, K., wan thiougli' here1 Tuesday buying produce1. REPARE ,FOR titrt your bank account with us today, wo bavo more than 2 600 depositors. Deposits mo ro than bait million dollars. The-National Bank fo John A. Black Sfe'