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Hoop skirts wore worn by those who first aiked tho druggist for "Golden Medical Dis covery" put up by Dr. Plerco over fifty yonrs ago. Lftpnol r, N. G. "Dr. Piorco'i Golden Mud leal Dlscov- a great medicine for mo in fins mn 11 n when I feel run-down Keulth. It gives mo strength and Rcsk. I havo bep- using It at differ ent times for thirty years or more. MRS. LTJCY urCH. No. 1. Druggists sell It In liquid or tablets. 11AKTKH FOOD HALK Tlie W. M. U. of the Baptist Church will hold their Easter Food Sale Saturday, March 2Cth, In the "Llttlo Shop," or the millinery es tablishment of Mrs. J. II. Lawson. Lawson Hulldlng. IIHIDIMCK NEWS TRalph Mays has sold his farm to ben Roberts. Pauline, the llltlo daughter of John Fletcher, Is very ill at this writing. Mrs. W N. Kpperson, of Glrdler, ( Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Onr jfird Patterson. Rev Ralph Ma a. of Slier, filled his regular appointment Sunday nt Sinking Valley. Mr. Alex Tugglo und wife visited relatives at Oreen Road last week. Roy Hubbard passed thru hero last week wth n fine lot of mules. Our County Agent, Mr. Earl May hew, held a meeting hero last week which was a great benefit. Several boys c.id girls joined the clubs for pig and chicken raising and domes tic science. Mrs. Effls Patterson visited r?:. tlves Sunday at Glrdler. J, S. Patterson visited his dau.;:; r. Mrs. Rose Martin Sunday. Miss Maude Jones and brother visited Miss Maude Patterson Sun day, Jesso Mays attended the Y. M. C. A. at PInevIlle Saturday and reports a ulet time. Mrs. Jason Mays and little daugh ter Helen were the guests of Mr. "Bn Shorter Sunday, John Phllpor and family have moved back from the oil fields. Fo'rmers around here were verv busy last week plowing and planting potatoes. Enoch Mays' fine thorobred cow fell Into the lay of a tree last week. After dragging her out he finally cceeded in getting her home. Everybody subscribe for the Ad vocate and get your home news. JENETA. KI.VG NEWS Farmers around King Town hnvn been busy plowing and planting po- es and tho good women folk been very much engaged in Mening und setting old speck. he picture show nnd lectures ivon at Logan Gap Club March 8th by Me3sr3. J. M. Foltner and Earl Mayhew wero sure flno and were at tended by a large crowd, about 200 In all. We Invite these gentlemen to come again. Airs. Ella Elliott and children, Herman and Ileua, have been visit ing relatives at Corbln and WofforJ. Last Frld.iy II. H. Iludou had an Atfd fashioned clearing which was woll attended. The. eats were fine. Mrs. II. A. Elliott has Just re turned from a visit to relatives at Corbln and Wofford. Maymo the little daughter of Mr ami Mrs. Clsrenco Prichard at Wof qford. Is very 111 with pneumonia but ' 'it Is hoped she la Improving. A good many f armors expect to attend the Llmo and Fertilizer most at Barbourvllle on tho 19th. We had a large crowd at Club mooting Saturday and from what the boys and girls say, corn, p!gd, poul try aud tomatoes will be plentiful around here this full. A CITIZEN. LITTLE INDIAN t'UKKK XKWS MIsi IJa Httbba end Miss Clun Elliott wero tho guests of Miss .Ada Wolls Monday .fterncon. Mrs. J. T. Manning miido a trip A to Wilton Saturday. f K. S. Williams movod to Corbln las week. W. P. Englo haB moved to tho farm ho bought from K. S. Williams. Mrs. Fred Terrell, of Perman, vis ited home folks Sunday. W. M. Terroll mado a trip to Cor bln Sunday. Miss Mlnnlo Logan visited Miss J Ada Wells Friday afternoon. "r Subscrlbo for the Advocato. BLUE EYES Mountain Advocato $1.60 a year, FORECASTING SPRING Tills lovely frock of gray crepc-de-chine may bo taken ns n criterion of the spring styles for nfternoon wear. It fulfills nil the requirements of the mode, beginning with the most Im portant, mid that Is simplicity. It has 11 slip-over bodice, fastening on the shoulder, a long tunic laid In plaits nnd n plain underskirt. Between the high and the low waistline It chooses tho latter and makes a com promise betwem long nnd short sleeves with the three-quarter length, ilarlng style. Spring Is written In all Its details but emphasized in the eye let embroidery and Mil; disks Unit make up Its decorations. The odd opening nt the front, which distin guishes this dress, revealing little button-trimmed vestce of lace. Is a feature of the new styles. Often It glimpses a bright color. COATS HAVE AMPLE LINES The styles In spring coats may be summed up broadly In the words "soft fabrics" and "ample lines." Even In utility coats Ihere is a suggestion of the cape and mantle, and pile fab ric?, light In weight, but thick and soft are used, IN BLACK AND WHITE mm Kk. vrv ' .X "-.-' e ! 5.1I5iv J&f&A fieSSK r. frj.-.tvs'.,a jjXmi Jtt3WMW.l.i . ....www.-- Sports clothes upp.'iir to be practic ing a certain reticence in the matter of color nnd for this reason have taken on additional dlgnit. For -klrt3 noth ing Is more In demand tluiii black and white In bold clu-cks mid Mrliios nnd these nro worn villi black muts and sweater-coats In btock, often bright ened by white trimming. The Drlco Light Salesman Is In Town The Delco Light is a Complete Electric Light Plant For Farm and Country Homes Win. G. Colson, Jr Salesman, will be glad to give any information. Phone 64 or Mountain Advocate. o if lrFHMMy Will Rheumatism Again Bind You 2 1 If you hod Rheumatism last year and treated only the pains of tho disease by rubbing- with liniments nnd lotions, you can bo suro that soon again you will bo in tho shack les of this relentless foe. You may get somo slight temporary relief from tho pains of tho disease by the use of these local remedies, but Rheumatism is too real and relent less a disease, to bo rubbed away. So many cases of Rheumatism comn from a tiny germ in the COUNTY A'OE.VT AT WORK Club Agent J. M. Feltner and County Agent Earl Mnyhew hold ten farmers meetings last week nt tho following places: Davis Ilciul, Swan Pond, Logan Gap, Upper Llttlo Brush Creek, Lower Llttlo llrunh Creek, Coal Port, Artcmus, Ill-Laud Park, Callahan nnd Smoky. They carried a storeoptlcan and gnvo Il lustrated talks on Lime, Fertilizer, Crops, I.lvo Stock, Poultry. Fruit Growing nnd the Junior Agricultur al work. They had nn average at tendance of sixty people to each of those meetings which shows that the people nro Interested In better farm ing. The most Interesting meeting was held nt Logan Gap where two hund red people attended at nlnht to hear the lecture, see tho pictures, und to cheor tho boys and girls who receiv ed Certificates of Merit from the Un iversity of Kentucky for the excellent work they did In the Club Work hist year. There wero thirty (Vrtlllrntos of Mrrlt awarded the thirty boy3 and girls who belonged to the Club lust your. The Logan Gap Club now bus one hundred nnd seventy-three mem bers and every one of them Is en thusiastic as can be to finish their Club work and receive these Certi ficates of Merit next year. Other Clubs were organized and It Is hoped that they will grow as did the Lognn Gap Club. The County now has about five hundred Club members enrolled and many more boys and girls are expected to en roll soon. Farmers who want lime and fer tilizer shoul attend the Llmo and For tlllzer meeting at 10:30 A. M Mar. 19th at the Court House. The farm ers can suvo money by buying their fertilizer and lime co-operatively In accordance with the Instructions of County Agent EnrI Mnyhew. Fruit growing will bo discussed at the Farmers' Meeting in the Court House at 10:30 A. M. March 2Sth. At this meeting many fruit trees, 100 grape vines and 100 everbear ing strawberry plants will be given away. Only people who attend will have 11 chance to get these plants free. Earl Mnhew on Saturday receiv ed clover bacteria for Alfred Bolton. SALESMAN High class Salesmnn In local ter ritory to represent nationally known manufacturer of tanks and pump for retail gasoline and oils. Musi call 011 garagjs. retail stores, etc Permanent position with splendid income and opportunity for advance ment for reliable salesman. Mil waukee Tank Works, Milwaukee Wisconsin. 20-2tp school iTiMi.s .vmivnox Wo have stapled up a lot 01 scratch pads which wo nro selling 3 for G cents. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE physicians seldom I aavise me use ua tonics that are largely aiconouc; more often it is eATTJS a EMULSION Every physician knows it is theg essence or purity i and goodness and that it does not contain alcohol. Scott & Downe, BloomficlJ, N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF Rhmiij' (Tablets or Ci antilci) U for INDEGEST80N u m cxiBas caasti 9 saasr sscS iTn these days! vs l9"444"949- t Hand and Foot? blood, that you should try a rem edy that has proven so thoroughly satisfactory in theso cases. S.3.3., tho flno old blood remedy cleanses the blood of all impurities, and re moves nil disease germs that may creep into the blood. Begin taking S.S.S. today, and If you will writo a complete history of your case, our medical director will give you ex pert advice, without charge. Ad dress Chief Medical Adviser, 167 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga, llAKKirrilALIi TOrH.VAMKXT On Friday, nttcrMnniial of Louis ville had defeated Montlcello by a score of 21 to 19 and I'nlon had de feated PIkovllle by n scoro of 43 to 1 2 In the scml-flnnls. Manual won from Union College by n scoro of 31 to 17. Tho game wns fust nnd splendidly contested by both teams. Mnnmil iccelvcd the first cup nnd Union tho second. Tho Lexington Herald has tho fol lowing to say about Dunbar of U. C. and those who have watched him piny nro not surprised nt the compli ment. Dunbar, of Union College Acad- oniy. was a newcomer to tho net BBine. so far as local fans wero con cerned. He began to uttract atten tion in tho gamo with Carrollton, when he made 20 points nnd kept up his stelhir performance to the final with the Manuel five. Ho has been label led by those who saw him ninv as "Pout A.lklus double," as tho Unrbounllle man looks very ii'iieh like the Wildcat all-Southener ntinliir would make n great record 1. . gieater team nnd as it is he fully deserves the position of all- stnto center. 1'lilr of U. C. also was commend ed for his work by tho same news paper. UXIOX COLLEGE NOTES Tho U. C. basketball boys who won the championship ot this section of the State in the recent contese mado themselves known In tho State Tournament at Lexington on March 11. and 12 for State Champ ionship Thoy Jefoatctl wo of the s.vifti-.st teams in the State, Plkeville unil Carroltou. Pikovillo score 43 to 1J and Carrolton 34 to 3. Union ami Manual II. S. of Louisvlllo mot In final contese. At tho end of first I'.Jlf the i.coio was 10 to 11 in favor of AI1111u.1l. At tho beginning of tho I..Bt !i ilf, Dunbar, Union's center, and Jakle Howard, tho swiftest on Union's learn, wero knocked out. Hynes anil Tugglo took their places and the light continued. Hut play us they would. Union boys couldn't hold down their opponents. Tho ilnal seme was 34 to 17 In favor of Man- it:. I II. S. Union was the scroml best team of the State and won a silver cup. but better still she won tho name of playing the cleanest game In tho tournament. Dunbar was best as i.II-stato High School renter. Iilalr was also mentioned as one of the llnest guards in the state. Mr. Goebel Mays a former student uf Union College, was discharged irom the Army last week and ar rived In IJ.irbimrville Sunday. Mr. Summers, the District Secre 11. ry for the V. M. C. A. was In our midst a few days ago for tho pur P'ieo of obtaining delegates for the Older I!os Confereneo held at PIne vIlle last Friday. Saturday und Sun-P-. I' ('.', Y. M. C. A. was well loprefceuted. rilss Whtttlngtnn and Miss Heger pent Hie week end in Lexington, Frankfort, and Ilurca. Thoy visited tf ho can'tol whl'- in Frankfort, saw Hie eii'lro i:upiM at Herea and at le. led the ilnal g.iuie of the Basket- ''I fountain nt between Union and I. iiipiI nt L'lnglon. Dr 1. stun talked to the girls at '.pi d il.ill Wednesday" evening of list weil; nn contagious diseases . n.l how to prevent them. The pui'lU of Mrs. Jones will give a recital Filday evening und the or 1 hostr.i will play. The Runner Up Trophy Cup which ie llij;li School Team received for i.iir,."', in tlio State Championship '1 01 hi 'iiii'iu to tho duals was pre- nted to Pisldcnt Franklin and tho . hoi. 1 011 Tuesday ut Chapel.. The tuys 1 i.irched to tho front of tho rostrum and stood while Coacti Tros pel l'-io i.n account of the State. T tirniimint Captain Iilalr then pn lenied the cup to Pros. Franklin who accepted It In tho namg of tho iiiEtttution. He spoko In highest tonus of Mr Trosper's work. Tho cup is pure silver, tho lirst trophy Union has won, aud will be oil dis play at Horndou's Drug Store. Wo arc uiirliorlcd to announce 1)11. T. W. JONES A candidate for the olllce ot Shorlff of Knox County subject to the actlou of the republican Pri mary in August, 1921. The FnisruMade To-Wa!k-On" Raima's Lustro-Finish is the floor finish "Made-to-Walk-On." Because of the superior, special varnish Lustro contains it dries with a touch, glossy surface that wears better than hardwood itself. IIANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH is tho right brand for any interior wood finishing you have to do. It will stain and varnish tho wood surface Tit one application. Comes in Oak, Chei ry, Mahogany, Walnut, etc. Sold By COLE, HUGHES & CO. iMticiiAiii) mt.wrir xews Fanning Is progressing nicely. Mrs. J. T. Klllott and Mrs. W. C. Elliott spent the week end in Cor bln. Mr. and Mrs. Will Adams and little daughter spent Saturday and Stindii.v with Jim Farmer. Miss Nannie Pope, of King, was tlie guest of Nova Klllott. Misses Nannie Pope nnd Neva El liott wero the guests of Delora Pri chard and all enjoyed themselves. Mrs. Amanda Adams of Anchor, spent the week end with Mrs. Sa maltha Adams and returned homo Sunday. The Agricultural Club meeting that was held at Logan Cap Satur day was well attended. A large number went from this place. Miss Llzzl" Ii.iker. Foley llranch, was the guest of Miss Delora Pri chard Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Clielsa Adams and Ethel Partiu wero horse back riding Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pricliaiil were In town Saturday spending their money and enjoying life. W. T. Pi'icburd has refused $r. fo his new Red Pole calf. A Sunday School will start at Loaii Cap Sunday. March 20th. Ever body Is invited. Arthur Prichard attended the T. O. T. E. at Poplar Creek Saturday night. Tilmun Cambrel came back to W. T. Prlchard's where he will make his home this summer. Tilnian Gainhrol attended the Masonic Meeting at Logan Gap on Sunday motnlug. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ilaker of Fo leys Hrauch, weie the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V C Elliott Saturday. Community I HHLMFqM4 aHR ' 44t a taC'19 i CROWD OAZING AT SKbVGAA.RaS' WONDERFUL ,13,000 00 Hear Skovegaard Play Christian Church, Wed. Mar. 30. 8 p. rru IlIASKKTllALL OA.MI2 I SATCHD.W XKHIT I Ilarhourvillp High School will meet the Iiuslness Men nt Union Col I lego Gymnasium Saturday night. A good game Is in prospect ns both teams are in form. FALSI: TEETH FOII SALE I Lubec, .Mo., Tho power of the (press has been clearly demonstrated J by T. J. Harnett, of this town. He advertised his misfit false teeth for sale. Ho has received many letters of Inquiry about them, Including one from Susan Cable, ot Oakland, Cal, which reads: "Have you sold your 'teeth yet? Will they nt a lady who .wears No. I shoo, weighs 109 pounds and has dark complexion? '"Have you n picture of yourself smiling, showing the teeth? I'd like to see them In action." Louisville Herald. Dr. F. It. Button arrived home from the hospital at Louisville last Wednesday and. tho still weak, is Improving nicely which is good to hear. Paper Hanging IMINTIMi .V DECOH.Vri.VC. Let us show .oii imr Wall Paper Samples Prices Iteusoiiiilile L. II. .IOXES Union follt'KC Nurse Benefit VIOLIN rfS'' n mTrtr 1 1 yj&JT-y i a. -. :a.