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COMMltflritfBIl'H 8Af,R
The Ladies' Store
See the
New Line of Dress. Materials
Rookwood Crepe and Foulards in all the nev shades
Dresses, Coats and Suits
Latest styles, Reasonable Prices.
Grand Spring Opening, March 25-26
Another Nashville Woman Tells
Of Benefits She Got From Tan-
Inc. Three Ycnrs Ago
"Tanlao relieved me of my trou
bles and put me in splendid condi
tion three years ago. and I know
Just where to so when I need some
thing to build me up," said Mrs.
Louise E. Sneed, of 1218 Fifth Ave.
North, Nashville, Tenn.
"I suffered for years from stomach
trouble and about throe years ago
I got into nn awful condition. I
couldn't cat a thing but what caused
too to suffer nconlos, my nerves wero
all upset, I couldn't sleep and I Buf
fered a (treat deal from rheumatism,
X had a dull, heavy, languid feeling
All the time with no Mnitigth nor
SBOrfiJ' and. ftt ilmni my surteMnes
wore almost unbearable,
"That was my condition whon I
got Tanlac and I declaro tho medi
cine Just mado the most wonderful
Change In mo. My stomach stopped
bothering me. I began to sleep n
soundly as a baby, all my nclies anil
pains left mo and I was built up in
every way until I felt lino all the
time and I am feeling that way yet.
My faith has been pinned to Tnnlnc
ever since that time. I'm ge'tius
this bottle now to tone mo up In tho
change of seasons when Spring
pomes on."
Tanlac Is sold in Barbourvillo by
tho Cut-Rate-Drug Co., in Artomus
by J. O. Hasklrs nnd in l'orm.n by
N. J. Faulkner & Co Ad.
On Monday evening, February tho
twentyelghth, thirty-eight of the forty-four
students hero from Kno:.
County met together for an all oven
ing social. A short nnd enjoyablo
program was rendered after which
plans for tho organization of u iior
niauent County Club wero discussed.
On tho following Sunday after
noon a meeting wan "called for tho
purposo of completing this organiza
tion. The object Is to otuily together
tho conditions of our homo commun
ities and what wo may do to bettor
these conditions, nnd help make a
bigger and better Knox Couny.
It. V. Trosper. of Gray, was chorion
unanimously for chairman; 12. L.
Miller, secretary; C. A. Morris, .'. 12.
Leger and Miss Sophia Mlrnclo, the
executlvo committee. A good num
ber ot tho members mado short talks
in regard to the rhurchos, schonlt,.
roads, social and moral condition of
their home communities nnd ulnt
we can do to Improve these condi
tions. Every ono present seemed to
realize that their communities wore
ways and appeared Interested In do
sorely In need of help In var'nus
Ing something of service.
Tho tlmo for tho next meeting was
decided and a program for discussion
was completed after which tho meet
ing was adjourned.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. John Hen
son, Iilmble, a daughter, Salllo, on
March Cth.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Loallo Tea
gue, a son, Oscur John, March 10th.
II. II. S. vs Mlildlosboio IIASKIIALL
Barbourvllle High School will
play Mlddlosborn High School Sat
urday, April 2nd, uud Harlan Thurs
day, April 21st. Wo hnvo u lino
team and may look for good work on
tho part of B, II, S. boys during
the coming season.
Laura Hayes
Barbourville, Kentucky
In an Interesting Interview wJth
Mr. C. E. Troutman, general mana
ger of the now Dixie Motor Company
which has constructed one of the
most up-to-date garages In the SUto
of Kentucky,, wo learn Hint they
will be able to handle practically
every class of repair, electrical work
etc. One interesting addition is an
up-to-date electric drill which may
be used as a bench or hand drill and
which will provo to be an excellent
time saver.
They are putting in a closed in
service department into which no
one but tho mechanics nro allowed to
enter, thus guaranteeing the Bnfcty
of cars and car parts.
Tho garage Is Instituting n Car
Owners Snrvlro Cinli fof the benPflt
of car owners who stofo thii'c and
who want day nnd iilelit service
within any distance of the Karai;i.
Each owner will have a numbered
car stall, In which none but the car
owner or the man assigned to attend
to the car may enter.
Storage spaco may now bo ob
tained and those who como first will
get tho best locations.
Mr. Troutman says his company
uro the founders of service In Bar-
bourvllle and rcalizo what that word
"flio Company wishes to call at
tention to its full lino of accessories
and tubes.
Evoryono who likes to see a mod
ern building and who wants to pass
a pleasant evening should be pre
sent at tho Opening on April 2nd of
which wo carry tho announcement
Plenso drop In and seo our new
fountain: It is a beauty. Full lino
of soft drinks and Jco cream at your
If it la drugs you want, we hae
tho best on hand to fill proscriptions.
Candles! Theso aro real candles.
Puro and wliolt'smno besides being
i Cigars and cigarettes! Tho. brand
you like is among theiu.
j Marbl03! Help tho children to eu
jjoy themselves with n handful i
I theso.
I Phonographs! Wo carry the fine
Edison Phonograph, the peer of all.
Records that will ploaso ovory tuste.
Ohio MI1I3, of Hammond, Ky., wag
hero electioneering with tho boys
this week. Ho says he In e;fInf l
bo olected Jailer for Knox County.
Edward Ilainmoim was visiting In
Artomus Saturday.
If Judgo Uantmons en tern the
raco for Circuit Court Clerk ho ivll
tnako It as troublesome for someann
n sthe kitchen wns for Clarrett Illg
ulte. Wo aro norry to hoar ot the sick
ness of Hqiilro Nusby Mills, of ScnU,
mid hopo for his early recovorjr.
John Mills, of ArtomiiR, paused
thru hero enrouto to Scalf.
Mian Etna Howard was tho gitost
ot Mrs. Nancy ('. Ilmnmoiis Sunday
SIiikIo Comb Whlto Leghorn
hatching obks from Tom HarronV
English Strain of heavy layers at
$2.50 per Hi eggs. Special prlco on
lots of 50 or more. Early hatching
and Komi care InsuroH fall anil win
ter ojrgg. Limited supply of Single
Comb Rhode Island Bed eggs at
$2.50 per 15. Heavy layers.
lC4tp It. F. D. 1, Bllttnore, N. C.
clate news
j Everybody Is busy sowing oats,
planting potatoes and gardening.
i Sped Gatllff sold his saddlo horse,
'four hogs, eight and a half bushels
ot potatoes and Mrs. Gatllff sold five
! settings of eggs In one week.
, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Killlan nnd
T. C. Sharp, of Mackey Bend; Mr.
and Mrs. J. A.- Leger and Luther
Sharp, of this place, were at WI1
jlkunsburg from Tuesday till Friday
of last week attending Court.
W. A. Smith and Howard Sharp,
of Meadow Creek, wero in Clate one
day last wo ok on business.
Wesley King, of Mackey Bond,
was in Clate last week on business.
Mrs. John Stafford, Mrs. W. E.
Warflcltl of Mnckoy Bond, and Miss
Cnrrie Parkins, of Forman, wero In
Clnte one Aaj? Inst weak buylnu eBgs
til B(t.
XV. II. Cobb was itt Bryants Store
Tuesday and Wednesday ot last week
on business.
Mrs. Esther EvanB, wlp has been
suffering for the lns,t two weeks from
an nb3ce3s of tho breast, is. ablb to
nit up In bed but is mighty weak.
Dr. Rose attended ier.
James Smith, who hns been dan
gerously ill for the past month, is
reported much bettor.
Ci. C. Catlirf seems to bo somewhat
better but was very ill last week.
I)rs. Steely Smith, of Corbln, and
Rose, of Ualn, wero called to see
him. .Mr. Gatllff has not fully re
covered from an attack ot typhoid
which he suffered last July at Page,
Hell County, where he was employed
as a telegraph operator. He was at
Wilson's Hospital. Plncvllle, for ele
ven weeks and four weeks at Corbln
taking treatment from Dr. Steely
Smith before coming homo. Dr. Wll
son t-ail ho was the worst case he
over treated and It has left him in
nlnio-. a helpless condition.
Mi-i. S. J. Mays visited her daugh
ter. Mm. Andy Fox, of Permnnu. last
Sunday. It wns Mrs. Fox's baby (hat
wus killed by a falling rock two
weeks ago.
S. J. Mays and J. E. Sharp wero
In Rarbourvlllo hist Monday .
FiancrM Logan came home Satur
day from Ilerea College for a few
iliiya visit but will return soon.
Mro. Xuncy Whlttakcr, nee Cum
mins, celebrated her nlnetysecoiul
blrthdav March 1st. She is a native
of Pendleton County, Ky., and was
married to R. B. Whlttukcr Oct 1?
1S-1G. To thin union were born four
daughters. Mrs. T. J. Homes, Mi-3.
CJ. A. Gatllff. Mrs. J. F. Pmnmln.
ami Mrs. John Ashbury. Mrs. Whlt
tnker hi.s thirty-three grand children
living end thirteen dead; ninety
ureai-grand-children living and fif
teen (lead; five great-great-grand
children living. Mrs. Whlllaker's
health Is good, sho does not look old
nil her faculties are well preserved
and .sho Is a lino conversationalist.
Sho foil about' four years ago and
since then sho bus been a cripple
but walks about tho houso with n
cane. Sh0 has been making her
homo with her daughter, Mrs. G. A.
Oatllff. Her husband has been dead
forty yoars. a FRIEND.
Mrt). Rawer A. Smith entertained
with a Matlneo Party Saturday In
honor of Mrs. William Chappello,
of Corbln. The guests wero aftor
wards tukon for a Joy ride.. Those
proiout wero Mesdnmes J. S, Gold
en. A. M. Decker. Jr.. S. J. Condon.
Dan Hoindon, lien C. Horndon. J.
D. Jarvls and Mrs. S. A. Smith.
Ruslf Jobs rushed Mountain Ad
vocate tf
That last year's suit or dress can be made to appejf like a Now One.
Sand Via Parcel Post.
909 6th Street inieororte.i Louisville. Ky.
$5,000 to $15,009
, .,, . ,, , , ,, u ,
Tho Six Leading Hankers Llfo Sales -
en earned more than ?ir,,(HN) each
men ea
Inxt veiir. Twenty-one salesmen earn
ed more tlian $",f00 each, llumlrcdi
ran well over the $.'1,000 mark.
Business Is (Snod ami Is (letting
Better. Wo have nlreaily sold this
year to da to l'ivo and One-half Mil
lions more than In tho .sumo period luxt
We need a District Salesman In your
section and will give u Live Wire
strong nilvcrtls'iig nml liberal financial
M you nro willing lo work hard to
earn $:,000 to $10,000 per jear, wrlto
JOHN H. HE5L, Agency Manajar
1111 Storks Cldc. LoulsvilU, Ky.
IX-ltE: Vote For Tax To Maintain
Artcimis Graded School
The court hns considered the pe
tition filed herein at tho last regular
County Court day of this court. De
cember 27, 1920, and lino considered
same and finds that there are more
than 25 per cent of the legal white
voters and taxpayers In said district
who have signed said petition ask
ing that an election be held for the
purpose of ascertaining tho sense of
said voters and taxpayers In said
graded common school district and
finds said petition In all respects
It Is therefore tho judgment ot
the court that said petition is suf
ficient and that an election ho called
and SAme Is hereby called nnd name
shall be held on Saturday, April 10,
1021, which Is htoro than two years
after the lust election wan held for
the purposes ot ascertaining whether
a tax should be levied to maintain
said graded school, that at said elec
tion the sense of the legal, white
voters In tho Artomus craded com-
Imon school district shall bo ascer
tained upon tho proposition whether
or not they will vote' an annual tax
of 50 cents on each $100.00 of pro
perty assessed In said district belong
ing to the white voters and corpora
tions therein, nnd a poll tax in the
sum of ono dollar nnd fifty cents
($1.50) per capita on each white,
male Inhabitant over twenty-one
years of age residing In said district
for tho purposo of maintaining a
graded common school In said dis
trict and for erecting, purchasing or
repairing suitable buildings there
for. If necessary. R. P. Iilack. Sher
iff of Knox County, and E. V. Uar
go. Clerk, County Court of Knox
County, and lite trustees In said
graded school district shall open a
poll In the said district at the school
house therein upon tho proposition
whether said tax shall be voted for
tho purposes herein named. Tho elec
tlon officers shall be selected by the
Hoard of Trustees of said district.
Tho Sheriff shall publish in the
Mountain Advocate this order at
least twenty clays before the elec
tion and advertise said election by
printed or written hanHiIlls posted
'it five conspicuous places In said
district for tho same length of tlmo.
Said Sheriff shall havo the advor
tisment Inserted within ten days af
ter this order Is certified to him and
and at least twenty days before tho
election. Said trustees shall appoLut
a Judge and a clerk of said election
and thew shall each tako aud sub
scribe to nn oatji before an olllcor
authorized to administer an oath,
for tho faithful performance of his
duties as such officer. On said day
said officers shall open a poll and
npnnnntiH ,nnl, l. ,..1,.. ....
f.w,ut.u w L.,... ,.,V( 1ttl. (IIUJ i I
vote, tho question: "Aro you for or jwl" 1)0 uucI: '" Harbourvlllo tho last
against the graded common school i0' "l0 wee'-
tax?" And shall record said vote , mlVertlslng for a Job recently
for or against as directed by saIdtho ttI,pCBnt ,tutwl ..Am maYrloa,
voter. The result of sncl, election ,havo no chlIdrclli 1)a(l habits or other
shall bo certified as other elections ...,... ,,
nnu oe nem unuor tue sumo laws
applicable to other elections In com
mon school graded districts, and this
causo Is continued.
Mrs. S. J. Condon, on Wednesday
of. last week, entertained with a
Bridge Party of seven tables. The
colors used In the decorations wore
green, yellow and whlto In honor of
St. Patrick. Mrs. W. W. Lewis and
Miss Ella Lewis were out of town
guests. The first prize was won by
Mrs, Norvall Cobb and the consola
tion prlzo by Mrs. Sawyer A. Smith.
Elaborato refreshments were served
to the twenty-eight guests present.
No ono In IlarbnurvlUe suffering
backacho, headaches, or distressing
urinary Ills can afford to l?n ta this
,"',,, , , . , , ,. .
Williamsburg man's twlcn I .M stoty.
It I" confirmed testimony thai no res
ident of this locality can Joulit.
J. W. TubeIo. Ex-deputy sheriff,
Main St., Wlllamsburg, Ky., says:
"I had n dull ochlm pain In the
srnull of my back and thru my loins,
which gave mo consldcrn'jio troub'e.
Tho kidney secrotlnnn vro tinmitur
al nnd at times too frequent In ,vs
ssgo and thou again scenty. t con
cluded lo try Hoan'a Kidney Pills
,and got a box. I wns not' dlnnppoint
ed It the results. Thoy quickly
drove av.-.iy tho pains and uch03 and
put ir kidneys In order."
Mr. Tuggln said: "nnanVi Kidney
I'llla relloved mo of a bad case of
kidney tumble a few years ago. I
hnvo had very little occasion to arc
n kidney medicine since then. I am
always glad to rpconmiond Doait's."
Price COn at all dealers. Don't
ilmrly ask for a k! 1'ioy remedy get
Don'u Kidney Pills tho fs.tino that
Mr. Tugglo lied. Foater-MIlburn Co.
Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Adv.
'Mrs. Ben Hcrndon was hostess to
tho members of the Tuesday Club
on Tuesday afternoon, March 8th,
at her homo on Knox St. Mrs. Ed
ward Faulkner presided during a
brief business session.
Mrs. Q, M. Richards had charge of
tho program aud led the discussion
on "Community Betterment." Mrs.
A. W. Hopper gave an Interesting
talk on "Our Community In nm
Iniscence." Mlna Gertrude Black
read a paper suggtstlng civic Im
provement, "A New Dress for Your
Town." Mrs. James Tuggle's sub
Joct for fcllscusslon wns "Your Own
Town First." Much Interest was
shown thrtiout the program each
hicmbor taking part in genial dis
cussion. Mrs. Russell Kauffnian, Mrs. Dan
Hei'ndon and Miss Alda Richards,
of Pennsylvania, were guests of the
During tho social hour tho hos
tess, .ss!stedby Mrs. Dan Ilernrlon,
served brick cream and cakes.
The next meeting will be with Mrs
Hush M. Oldfield. on Pino Street.
Ths subject for study will be "Our
National Parks."
The doath of Mrr.. Mary Serena
Mayhew, vlfo of Richard Mayhow
occurred at tho family home. Wed
nesday morning at 9 o'clock.
Tho funeral wan held at the homo
Thursday at 1 o'clock and Interment
was In the Mayhow Cemetery down
the river. '
Prcrated w. a the daughter of
lamej Willhiinscu. was born In Vir
ginia October 1 till. 1S52. She'nnd
husband lived Mown tho river on a
farm for years and last fall moved
to town.
Surviving deceased aro her hus
j .ml and four ihMdren. Miss Jess,
Mis3 Mattie. Mrs. J. H. Haun, living
down tho river, and John Mayhow
of West Virginia.
Tho bereaved ones will have tho
heartfelt sympathy of their, many
friends in this tho hour ot their sore
Rev. John Owen Gross spent the
week In Cincinnati, O. Mrs. Gross
l'anle ,h01" IuBt Monday from her
iflltlier's llOltlC 111 CllltOll. Ohio. TllpV
Mr. J. O. Sexton, R. F. D. No. 2, Crasay
Creek, North Carolina! "I have used IV-ru-ia
for the lut two yean and recelvctl great bene
fit from IU IVru-na b flnt for colds, grip and
flu. I can recommend it moit highly."
nnr.rw- , ,l,l I,p,
By order of the Knox ClretfT
Court rendered at. Us November
Term, 1020, In the cadLof
J. C. Marsce t". , , , .
.Qoorgo Bays, Elizabeth 'Bays and.
Levi llnys ,
I will, as Master Commissioner,
on thejth dny of April, 1921, same
being tho first dny of tho April Term
of the Knox Circuit Court, sell at
tho Court Houso door In BarbouT-
vlllo Kentucky, to the hlghci
best bidder, the following; de&i
property, to satisfy the judgment!
said caso, amounting to $159.00,
with Interest from May 5th, 1920,
and $50.00 probabln cost.
A certain plcco of land lying In
Knox County, Ky., nnd on the wa
ters of Brush Creek, anil known as
tho land convoyed from Mary Stur
dlvnnt to Thomas Bays and Wm.
Bays, bearing date September 25th,
Beginning on a black oak, on H.
II. Owen's line, thence with tho Lang
Boles Line to tho top of tho ridge
thnt divides Newman nnd Owens
Branch; thence with tho top of S.it
ridge n westwardly course' to n sour
wood, known as J. E. SowJor's Cor
ner; thonco with tho said Sowder's
lino; thence with the said Owens'
lino and cnstwartlly course to tho
place of the beginning, and contain
ing about Five ucre3 to be the surTTM
moro or less.
Also another tract of land as fol
lows: Beginning on a beech near a
spring, known as the Bio Hprlng,
thence North 4 W 12 3-4 poles to a
stone set up between two black oaks;
thence S 8G E 25 1-2 poloj to a
stone; thence S 4 E 12 3-1 poles to
three small maples on tho bank of
tho branch; thence N 8C W 25 1-2
poles to the beginning.
Said property will be sold on a
credit ot six months, the purchaser
to exocuto bond with appiovcd se
!U se-
o aB'
curity, bearing Interest jit slxi
cant from date, having tho force
offset ot a Judgment and retaining
lion on said property until the pur
chftio inonoy paid.
WITNESS my hand, this the H.th
day ot March, 1021.
J, It. JONES, Master Coiumts3lou,r,
Knox Circuit Court.
Sale about 1 p. m. Purchaser,
must execute bond n3 soon ns sale l
over, or tho property will bo Imme
diately put up and resold. 20.3t
I, or one of my deputies, will, on
April 4, 1921. at about 1 o'clock
P. M. at the Court House door li.
Barbourvllle, Ky., sell, the tollowl!rK
real estate for the amount of 1920
taxes set opposite o.ich ono name.
NO 1
S. J. McDonald 9.90
NO 2
George Bays 10.25
Blllle Bays 9.22
J. K. Smith 1.4.77
J. S. Trosper
NO y
B. M. Brewer
Sarah J. Carnes ll
Fred Moore 0
Isaac Patterson (col) S.92
Lizzlo Tlnsley (col) 7.68
January Tlnsley. heirs 7.S4
A. P. Wilson 3S.6S
NO. 1
Martha J. Anderson 20.42
Peter Bargo 29.09
Susan Broughtou 7.88
John M. Jackson r.j.21
Marsh Miles PiL '
Ike Slzemore Mm
J. F. Warren 5.70
Blge Asher 4.30
George Brown 13.05
Sherman Ball 7.98
John E. Smith .....' 23.97
William Smith 16.2
W. S. Wagner , 3.78
NO. 6
W. S. Fry 6.98
Prince Hart 5.G?
NO. 7
Dave Elliott 6.72
J. R.Foloy 22.09
Frank Helton Heirs 6.78
Thos. Sears 8.78
Silas Young 9,29
The above taxes aro all against ,
Ileal Estate,
R. P. BLACK. Sheriff.
For coughs, colds, catarrh, tho re
sults of grip and Spanish Flu. stom
ach anil bowol disorders and nil other Ca
tarrhal diseases, 1'TMtU-NA Is recommended
by a half century of usefulness.
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