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w nv ' v n. rtr wrr1 ""v1" ' r'r:W7"t "KfflHf r o aocaot aocnot aojEae,r"Eao) O D o o D o SPECIAL For Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday SHOES Now is the time to buy good shoes at Low Prices for Easter Wear Strap Pumps J y 95 of Black, Brown Kid, &Tmamm , , n Satin and Suage at T F w VV Buy Here and Save Money Standard Quality Dress Ginghams out of a stock of an immense variety of patterns to choose from. Checks, stripes, plaids and plain colors. 17c a Yard SIX YARDS FOR $1.00 SPECIAL For Thursday, Friday and Saturday Easter Look What's Here Superlatively Tailored All-Wool JUST ARRIVED A Beautiful Line of Ladies' Shirt Waists in all the Latest and Newest Materials and Styles. Come in and look them over. Mai Sits For Spring, Easter and All Season Wear. Superb Values at a Feature Price $15 and Up Bay Here and Save Money Sale SPECIAL Thursday, Friday, Saturday Ladies' Suits At Almost Their Regular Whole sale Price! $35, $40 and $45 Models at $I7.50 and Up All Sizes for Women and .Uisiei Parents These Are Rare Values! Boys' Easter Suits Beautiful suits of serge, cheviot, cassimere and fancy mixed fabrics; all wool and part wool; belted modeU; in neat and novel colors of green, brown and blue. P.pt are lined and doubled sewed. Unexcelled for wear, An abundance of value at Underselling prices $4.95 $8.95 $9.95 and $$11.95 Buy Here and Save Money . Dresses The First Time You Have Ever Seen Dress Values Like These at This Price $25, $30, $35, models at $9.95 and Women ' Sizcx .Vine Size Up Wraps A Sensation In Value-Giving Unparaleiled $25, $30, $35 Models at $12.5 Up ,41 Slztt for Wain'" "' .Vfusei NEW YO Iv IV w 1 v Sf & Barbourviiie, SHERMAN & CAWN? Proprietory Kentucky E 30E ' 3 Jff . ,,-WJ ocaos gss w nrjs.'xjmn WANTED Man to call on the retail grocery stores in Barbour viiie and Knox County. We sell meats, lard, dry salt, cheese, butter, oleomargarine, etc. We pay commission and give credit on all mail orders. This is steady work, but it will not require all your time. Write at once to MAC-CALLUM WILLIAMS Merchandise Broker, Lexington, Ky. v.n nisK lNhiKAxrn Every day the Department is up proached by many ex-service persons who say they knew nothing of their rights and benefits under the War Risk Act The entire personnel of the JJu reau of War Risk Insurance Is In structed to assist e-serice people In the completing of their applica tions for compensation and to aMist them in the adjudication of their claims In accordance with the en liberal provisions of the War Risk Insurance Act AH ex-service per sons suffering from disability which they received In line of duty while in the service, or those suffering from disability which was aggravat ed or accelerated by their service, deserve and will receive the utmost consideration. Inasmuch as the Dureau is parti cularly anxious to assist all disabled ex-service persons, it Is requested that the public at large advise any diaabloil ex-service man who is not t iulicir with his rights to immtd! ti 1 hie a claim for compensation T'ie Louisville office ot the Dureau of W-r Risk Insurance, the officers of fie American Legion, or the ReJ Croat will gladly give ex-service mini all information they desire and will a m.t all ex-service persons In the completion of their claims for com pensation. Iiy authority of the Director: WM. A. KOBIVSQX The Knox Bottling Company has just installed thru the Barbourviiie Electric Light Company a 5 h. p. motor to handle its product electri cally. This company is up to date in all its methods and will give full satisfaction in the quality and pur ity of its pdoducts. Orders from surrounding towns promptly filled. When you think of Ice cream or bot tled goods think Knox Dottling Co. U.-vt liourvllle, Ky., and get the best. .,: KiCwRWit . I I $. "l " ui.-m'.ii!ii'u nivit ivkitiirii Here is a picture ot the ?50,000 NpTlCE i w pbrrk mm Mis. Elijah Helton, (ell Jhtrcjijy. biiA hurt Vr Knvo ory Ufiy' Hh. . ,.... " . .r -. i... wi-oi innrt will at It 4 Mm. Itosaua Lowe upeut n JW i I nuuiu iu nniu. Regular April Term. April 5. 1921.' days, last week IMi her filter. e , "" 4 ,", ? V nil in the County Court Room elect a Air?. Ran Opal, at Ho'piap, Ky. pn Thursday, Ijno Ipby $1.1. -AniW Treasurer for Knox County. Any Will Ogoper naf a liusinP"" trip Uoriinne person desiring to be elected to such to Wilton Friday . 4; W uipUall H iHU.n., UM office- is requested to file with said Mrs. Ellen Helton Iw built n "ew(n,l relatives In n,ho,,nil0 tl,, r.nurt on or before said aate a aeaieu sine diock.. Warflelil nnu iw.io bid setting out the terms and con ditions under which he will accept such appointment. The person elected will be requir ed to execute a good and sufficient bond for the faithful performance of the duties required of him R V DARGO, C-2t Clerk Knox Fiscal court MOTHER'S MEND For Expectant Mother Used By Three Generations Willi ro. OOM.tT 0 K0TMIKHOO0 IH HIT. fit auoritio RcauuTOK Co,, Birf, S-D, AtutA. . Misses Ruby Brown, of Lindsay, attended church here Sunday. I S. B. Reese and daughter, Mrs. G. W. Brown, were In Uarbounlllo on Tuesday. I Ben Reese left Monday for Hnr- lan, Ky. Mrs. Lincoln Lowe and children, of Williamsburg, aro with the par enta of Mrs. Lowe this week. Mr. nud Mrs. John Grant left Fri day to visit their daughter, Mrs. Cncia Grant of Straight Creek. Arthur Modlln, of Gray, was here Thursday to s?o his aunt. Lulu Sw yers. Howard Sevton, of Kettle Island, Mr and Mra. Clin.. Day art Wb vlilfing (ls fathqr here Sunday, two children, of Rochester. N. V I ! Anna gampjjelj Blacjc. of are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tub I Wilton, spent several days ast week 'i (. fnur ,lnv nml nrn mneiinc .Willi nor iriliiu iiurHiua bit) " .. m .... . - ...... v , . many old trlenda. Mr. Davis wa editor of the People's Nows In Bar- If you like tho Advocate, tell others Costs $1.60 a year. Here is a picture of the ?50,000 hand belonging to Skovaard, tho bourvllle for two years, was two Danish Violinist who Is to appear yearn at Eminence with the Advance at the Christian Church, Harbour- News and was also editor of the vllle, under tho nusplces of the Kentucky Odd Fellow in Louisville Women's Study Club on March 30. for nine years. He is now success It took Skovaard thlity years to fully engaged In tho insurance busl- isaaeBi "I WAS NOT INSURED" Is A Mighty Bad Reflection After fire has done its deadly work and wiped out your business or home. When the fire has come Like A Thief In The Night And you feel sick as look over the debris. "Aint It a Grand and Glorious Feelin" to know that a nice FAT CHECK awaits you. ? Oh Boy! H. C. MILLER Agent The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. Lexington, Ky. Phone 105 Barbourviiie, Ky. make this hand. Incessant training and tho Inborn soul of tho artist fashioned It. To the ordinary eye It Is not ory different from other well developed hands. Yet it has the power ulmost automatically to express thru tho violin the exquisite beauty and marvelous tono pictures which tho player feels und sees as ho Interprets the work of tho Mas ters. As an Investment it represents a man's llfo work. But It repre sents, too, tho Inborn gift which no money can buy. That is why It Is Insured for $50,000. ness. Mr. ana" Mrs W. M. Campbell J. C. Helton la visiting his brother 0. M. ot Meadow Creek, this week. Miss Mabelle Knglo and brother Hadley were calling on their aunt, Mrs. Charles Davis, Friday. Mrs. W. H. Lawless and children were week end visitors with relatives at Grays. week. MIsh l'li'.mn Cc.opw and j(IU Logan surprised thejr many frltj by slipping off to Cumberland and getting married Saturday. wish them many happy ears ot wed ded bliss. Uncle Spanrcr Tolcy Is on the sick list this week. James Dtvenpcrt and family were calling on frieiuls and ielittes at" Rossland Saturdaj and Sunday. Bradley Reese, ot Vcrda, Ky. was hero last week to seo horns folks. Mr and Mrs. John Logan, of Clate spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at this palce. 1 DAD'S OTIIKR LITTLR YALLAR DOG. A it.si:n.iiL BLACK The death of Mr. Alex Black, Jr.. of Berea, who was born In Knox County, occurrod at the homo ot his sister In that city Friday of last week. Deceused Is a nephew of Gov. James P. Black and had a number ot friends In this city. The Mountain Advocate comes (o your home each week tor $1.50 a year. PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD Ate always the niostcntliiiHloslle concerning the excellence of our Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Wo have nue of te most e indent Remodeling Pcpartrncpts iu the country, Furs transformed Into tho mode very quickly. Mens mul women's garments altered In any way iloslred. We dyu fur skins nml ieinode them In anyway. We tailor make men or ladies' suits $50. up. Latest styles. TEASDALE 5 -ffi WALNJJT STEHT GirjcpjNATi, OHIO, Barbouivlle High School wl pipy a series qf games wltlj B. 1J. I. Iieftlnplpg today. Tim neit gapje will be Monday. March 21st. UllrtI same Friday. March 58th, fourth game Saturday, Match 2flth, and the fifth game probably Monday. March 88th. Tlckuts for the whole serlej of games will sell at $1.00. stnttfa admission, 25c. Some ft no games are promised. The first ganio will be played on II, I). I. ground. WANTED Dogfwood Poles We buy Dogwood Poles any size and length torn 4J4 inches in diameter and up, and 3 feet in length and up, delivered by wagon to our mill at Barbourviiie or in car load lots at any gapping point on the L. & N. or C. & M. R. R. Will pay Sppf: Cash as soon as delivered and tJcen up For prices, and directions fpr cutting arid han( ling, see W. R. Lay at National 6anc of Jphn A. Black, or write Thos. Hubbarc, Mgr. !NO HARDWOOD & MANUFACTURING Barbourviiie; Ky.