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ri r I I Am Leaving. For Lexington June 1st. As I intend to practice my profession in Lexington, June 1st. and as some of my friends may wish to consult me before I leave, mau I suggest that those wishing to do so, telephone to phone 88 or 108, to make an appointment up to Tuesday and not later. J. EFFRON Personal Mention' Mrs. W. K. McNeil Is back from a trip to Cincinnati. D. D. I. has final exercises tonight. I Horman Parker spent Thursday nich Bryant, of Kink was In town Williamsburg. . Monday. nead P Biack )s doIng coiy nn(i Miss Dora Miller, of Blmble, was M"ccts t0 roturn shortIy- In town Monday, Morris Mack spent the week end In Corbln. Bill Ttlloy spent some tlmo in Cor bln tho past week. jMrs. Dave Wilson spent Sunday with her sister In Grays. J. B. Ball, of Manchester, spent Sunday In Barbourvllle. Gut Rate Drag Co. For Everything in the Dru& Lino Smokes, Candies, Soft Drinks, Jewelry, Fancy China. We appreciate ' your business. Give Us t Gall Next Door to Jones Hotel Barbourville, Ky. Mrs. Russell Kauffman ontertaln- Farmers are busy our Agrlcul- ;ed at brldE0 Fr,day of last wk- tural Agent reports. j00 smith hns been doing a llttlo sales to be put on both In Harlan ,work nt hIs " tno nast wcok and Barbourvllle. . j Mrs. 01111s Catron, of Corbln, was Sam Cawn had n picture of his ,n town Monday with homo folks, store made this week. J Qo to tho Big Salo May 26th to J. H. Kauffman was In Middles- June 7Vl at tho Now York store boro last week on business. Mrs. Leslio Logan and Miss Myra Josh Faulkner spent Sunday In AmIs spent Thursday in MIddlesboro Mlddlesboro. - f Jack AJnmg( the laughing' candl- Mrs. Dave Wilson and sister were "lat0 for 3aller' was ln town Monday. in Emanuel Friday. j Arthur Hlnkle (Red) of B. 11. I. ' A. C. Bryant of Bryants Store was .""luu """ u" ai i-aynes ween, ln town Monday. j George Mooro, from Swan Lake, Vernon Faulkner spent the week was ,n town Monday selling produce end at the Tye home. j Sj Ki Hale ,a traveling for Haynes Judge H. C. Faulkner spent Sun-& Hens0I out of Knoxville. Tenn. day In Barbourvllle. .. . , WlBi XJ, U. UU1UOU UUU iUlS, d. O. Golden spent a day ln Plneville the past week. The Mitchell Coal Co. Incorporated GKNU1NK IILUK OEM COATj AT IlKDUCKI) PRICKS GOOD HKAT NO CLINKKRS Trices ns follows lump per ton $5.00 MINK ltUN I'KIt TO.V 31.00 SLACK 1'EIt TON S,00 PROMPT MSMVKIlV Phones 85 mill 102 G'HAH. 11. MITC1IKLL, GEN.MOIt. James Howard, of Harlan, spent Sunday In town. Bill Clark Hughes drove to Lon don Sunday In his racer. W. F. Costellowls visiting kMr. and Mrs. Talbot in Indianapolis. Mrs. A. N. Herndon Is back ln business again. Guy Dickinson was in Cincinnati during the week on business. Clarence Parker attended the Bap tlst Convention at Chatanooga last week. J. Frank Hawn's linger Is nearly well and ho Is making the best of the other three. i I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Chappello i Mr., and Mrs. John Sumpsoit and son Joseph spent the week end with their parents. Tho Methodist Ladles Aid food and candy salo on Saturday was a big success. Miss Ella Smith spent Friday In Elys at the home of her brother, Charlce Smith. Avoid the rush and be early at the Big Salo at tho New York Store beginning Thursday, May 26th. Mrs. Mary Parker, of Bryants Storo, was shopping at the New York Store Saturday. Mrs. Ben Herndon and Mrs. Rus sell Kauffman were shoppers ln Louisville this week. J. W. Jordan attended the funeral of his father at Hlnkle Branch on Sunday. C. N. Prlchard, merchant of Mac key Bend, was a business caller ln town Monday. J. W. Messamore, candidate for County Attorney, is hoping to do some painting at homo soon. . came over Sunday from Corbln and I spent the day, Mrs. Chappelle go-I M. Sherman, of the firm of Shcr- lug on to Harlan to visit her parents ! man & Cawn, has been visiting the Mr.'and Mrs. Arthur Williams are Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Colo, and Mr. j Sam Cawn family and looking after visiting Mrs. C. P. Kennedy. Chappelle returning to Corbln. 'business In the Interests of the big WEAK, NERVOUS, 'ALL RUN-DOWN Missouri Lady Suffered Until She Tried Cardui. Says "Result Was Surprising." Got Along Fine, Became Normal and Healthy. Springfield Mo. "My back was bo weak I could hardly stand up, and I would have hoaring-down pains and was not well nt any time," says Mrs. D. V. Williams, wife of a well-known farmer on Route C, this place. "I kept getting headaches and having to go to bed," continues Mrs. Williams describing the troubles from which she obtained relief through tho use of Cardui. "My husband, having heard of Cardui, proposed getting It for me. "I saw after taking somo Cardui . . . that I was Improving. Tho result was surprising. I felt ltko a different person. , "Later I suffered from weakness and weak back, and felt all run-down. I did not rest well at night, I was so nervous and cross. My husband said ho would get mo some Cardui, which he did. It strengthened mo . . . My doctor said I got along fine. I was ln good healthy condition. I cannot say too much for It." Thousands of women havo suffered rs Mrs. Williams descilbcs, until they found relief from tho use of Cardui. Slnco It ha3 helped bo many, you should not hesltato to try Cardui If troubled with womanly ailments. For salo everywhere. E.83 Mm. Lottie Hldgon, from Coving ton enmo to see tho new baby at tho Glbbs Lusk homo on Friday. Theo Hacker's son, sixteen years old, died last Thursday and was burlcdj at the home place. Fielding Gibson, hotel man of Ar- temus, and John M. Davis also of our suburb, were In town Monday. Mrs. Grant Hampton and Mrs. Jason Sears spent Sunday enjoying a tramp up Ball Hill. Mr. and Mrs. John Croley enter tained Mrs. A. J. Croley at Sunday dinner. Misses Georgio Campbell, Mabel Hart and Cora Brofford, of Grays, were ln town shopping Monday. "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 oyer the debris. "Aint It a Grand and Glorious Feelin" to know that a nice PAT CHECK awaits you? Oh Boy! H, C. MILLER Agent The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. ' Lexington, Ky. Phone 105 Barbourville, Ky. Dr. F. R. lice work, face again. Burton is back doing of Glad to see his smiling TV ffi-Z-7r J lVlfflBw n s- nvs MRi v-. wmfflKi fos i rnmmmkr tiiamwxx&vwm&KMim.mmm'sjwi VjBsi'JI st - "wzmkixVl "ssrzr or V "Need any help, Doctor?" "Yes! I need that LEE Puncture-proof Cord Fve had two punctures already -and must get there sure" PROFESSIONAL men business men all who must keep appointments on time, who "must eet there sure" have learned to rejy upon the depend ability of Lee Puncture-proof tires. In nine years, more than a million Lee Puncture proof pneumatics have been sold for owner-driven passenger cars; physicians', salesmen's and delivery cars; light, medium or heavy trucking service. Lee Puncture-proof tires are idcalequipment wherever uninterrupted service increases earnings or profits. The additional comfort, safety, saving and satisfac tion represented by Lee Puncture-proofs are advan tages that no motorist can afford to disregard. You need not hesitate to use Lee Puncture-proof pneumatic equipment. Our cash refund guarantee against puncture, protects you. will XVwK LY YQ Tbrtt Urrs of caf bardtntd tatl dlico imbtddtd in pur rubber r built Into vry Ltjo 4U(lClUTV-prCX3(U, KNOX GARAGE Phone 245 A Barbourville, KycziZz). (Ldg R. L. Ulakemun spent tho day In Barbourvllle Monday an Ills way to Pittsburg, Pa. Crit Jackson, of tho Hopper store, visited ln Cannon tho llrst of the week and had somo big eats. Mrs. II. C. Frederick returned on Friday from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. l'off, at Kmanuel. C. Worthum, prominent restau rant man from Artomus, wai In our town Monday buying fresh meats at the Sanitary. John Davis, a real estate man from Artemus came to town Mon day. Ho Is contemplating buying real estate. About three hundred and fifty en joyed the golf links Sunday, women as well as men participating in the game. Mrs. Den KaiifTman accompanied her aunt and undo. Mr. and Mrs. Payne, to Indianapolis on Thursday of last week. Dr. II. P. Jones has opened an of fice over Cole & Hughes Store In the rooms formerly occupied by Guy L. Dickinson. Redpath Chautauqua Is booked for DarbourvIIlo June 17th to June 22nd and we are all looking to five full, happy days. Re sure to arrange your visits so us to bo here Juno 17 to tho 22nd when (ho Redpath Chautauqua will be vwlth us. Mrs. Demps Smith, of Glrdlor, vis ited her daughter, Miss Maggio Gar rison, on Thursday. Little Miss Lucy was 'with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Yount return ed homo Sunday from a pleasant two week's visit with Mr. Yount's parents In Conovor, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cecil loft last week Thursday to spend the sum mer with tholr daughter? Mrs. Jas, A. Prater, McGaflln Conuty. Mrs. C. O.. A. Allen, mother of Mrs. F. R. Ilurtoil, vlsltod tho Ilur ton homo Friday and Saturday of last week. Jack Riley has received a tele gram from his, uncle, Henry Rlloy, In Missouri, stating that his aunt Is seriously III. Mr. Connely, of Knoxville, Tenn. is here to assist Sain Condon with street construction work. He is ac Miss Linda Neville, Red Cross field worker, has been very busy during tho week ln connection with the eye clinic now being held. Mrs. II. II. llallard. returned home last week from Nlcholsvlllo whero ho has beon spending some tlmo with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Browne. DarbourvIIlo wont over the top with Its "My Old Kentucky Home" quota. Wo can do things when we tako a notion. Mrs. G. M. Richards and Mrs. F. D. Sampson were In Grays Wednes day afternoon In the Interests of tho Eye Clinic. Several shots wero heard Wednes day night about 10 o'clock which aro said to havo been fired near tho lumber at the L. & N. depot. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. TInsley enter tained Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams at dinner Wednesday evening. U. C. Seniors, Juniors and Soph omores all enjoyed picnics at Dish man Springs Monday some going by auto and others by team and wagon. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Herndon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Condon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kauffman, enjoyed a picnic dinner at the golf links and played golf all day. , Mrs. Vickers and Mrs. Gilroatb, of Plneville, were shopping in Bar bourvllle Monday guests of Miss Nannie Vickers at the A. N. Hern don home. Harry Merembloom, who wa3 on the force at tho New York Store, has gone to Harlan to help during the big salo the New York Store off that place Is putting on. Dr. and Mrs. B. P. Jones went t Cincinnati Wednesday for a few days The doctor attended a medical con ference while Mrs. Jones did some shopping.. The Columbia-Panama Coal Co. annual stockholders meetlne was held on Tuesday at Manchester and a number were at Hotel Jones Mon day on their way thru to attend. The Franklin & Cannon Store has been bought by the Drick Store, Al lison Ave., and stock Is being sold at cost price. Everybody Invited to take advantage of these bargains. T. J. Mooro Issues a special Invi tation as president of his Sunday School Class to men to attend Sun day School at tho Baptist Church and enter this class. Judge Rawllngs, of Manchester, passed thru Barbourvllle Sunday on his way to Harrogate, Tenn., where ho will place his son who was with him In Lincoln Memorial. Thero will be an Open Air Con cert by the Union College Orchestra under the auspices of the Civic Loaguo on Saturday night In the Court House Square. Everyone en- Joys band music and this group of young people under the able direc tion of Prof. Chas. E. Ahler supplies the best. R. N. Jarvls and H. H. Owens de fense, James S, Golden, B. B. Golden and Sawyer A. Smith for tho prose cution In the Bailey case at Mt. Ver non returned Saturday the case be ing postponed upon the motion of tho defense. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Archer enter tained tho visiting doctors and nurses connected with the Eye Clinic on Saturday afternoon with a de lightful auto ride to Dishman Springs and again on Wednesday a picnic supper was served there. We are Indebted to Mr W T. Stewart, of tho C. & M. R. R. for quite a number of new subscribers to the Mountain Advocate in Clay County. He has also secured for us a correspondent who will send in the happenings in Clay County A good friend Is worth having. Rev. John Owen Gross and A. M. Decker attended a meeting In Plne ville Tuesday in the interest of the Methodist work In this section of the State. Dr. Paul Vogt, of Philadel phia, Is ln this section Inspecting the field and met with the workers about a program for the coming year. The Scouts made $22 at the recent entertainment given at the H. S. auditorium. This will apply on the suits on which they still owe $45. They will give an ice cream supper at the Court House Square soon and try to raiso the remainder of tho money for their suits. Dr. C. B. Kobcrt who was one of the doctors in charge of the eye clinic held at the Court House thi3 week, took the Boy Scouts up on Reservoir Hill Sunday afternoon and gave them Instruction in first aid I ln fractures, hemorrhages, heat ex haustion, tho application of triangu lar bandages, making litters out of coats and poles, treatment for snake bite, resusltatlon from drowning, etc. The doctor and tho boys mutu ally enjoyed the trip and work. The next time you buy calomel ask for i i I alotabs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal lrlues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. f HHEftlMflHHIHBiHIBiHMIiifc. I m I WHICH WOULD YOU DO? If it were pneumonia, scarlet fever or an accident that brought your family physician to your home, could you say "I can't afford it"? Would yotf usher the doctor in or turn him away be cause "you could not afford it"? If a man cail afford, he should carry life insurance. If a man can't afford, he must carry life insurance. REID & OLDFIELD General Agents D. M. HMFLEET, Special Agent Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. Office Over rirst Nttional Bank Phone 154-3 BarbourvjL'c, Kentucky companied By his wife. w1 . K- .t. di..rAft.