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THE ADVOCATE FRED BURMAN EDITOR JENNIE JtcDERMID DURMAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR Broken Lenses Duplicated Frames find Mountings Carefully Adjusted tteued wookly by Tho Mountain Advocate Publishing Co., at BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY Knterod at tho Post Offlco at Bar- bourrille, Ky., as "ornnd-class mall matter. Ol "ICIAL ORGAN OF THE PUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY IUC SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly In advanco) One Year 11.60 Six Months $0.76 Any ltemu fatended (or publication should reaoh this office not later than Wednesday or wo will bo forced to carry t over for tho coming week. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, EASTERN RISRICT OF KENTUCKY LONDON Guaranty Trust Company of New York, Plaintiff. Cumberland Railroad Company, Defendant Master's sale under decree of fore closure In the matter of Cumber land Railroad Company. Pursuant to former offer for sale of this property of the Cumberland Railroad Company, which said offer for sale was had on January 18th, 1921, after due advertisement and notice, and pursuant further to a subsequent order of the United States District Cour,t made and en tered on the 25th day of May, 1921, I will on the 29th day of June, 1921, at ten (10) o'clock A M. at the Court House door In tho City of Bar bourville, Knox County, Kentucky, offer for sale at public auction, all of the said mortaged premises, pro perty, real, personal and mixed, rights and franchises where ever sit uated as an entirety and without ap praisement or right of redemption; and that said sale herein ordersd shall In all respect, be made accord ing to the terms, right and liabili ties CI the complainant, or. the de fendant, of the Iritefvenlnfc petition T. H. BYRD Registered Optometrist and Optician First Door East of Post Office wr Barbourville, Ky. Practice Limited!, i Correction flttifia Of PrOpCI GlOSSeS ot DefrctiCof Krrslght by tho J r I pAiOTHERS5 I I Tor Thraa Ganaratlona III 1 Kt HaveMadaChtld-Blrth Oil UK? EaalerByUalnjj crs, and of thoblddcr, as set out in the Judgment heretofore entered In this cause on the 22nd day of Nov ember, 1920, reference to which Judgment Is made as fully and com pletely as if copied herein in full, except that the Special Master shall accept no bid for the mortaged pro perty unless the same shall be at least equal to tho sum of $100, 000.00; and further, that the bidder shall have first deposited with him as a pledge that the bidder will make good his bid in case of accep tance, the sum of five thousand dol lars ($5,000.00) in money or a cer tified check on any National bank or trust company, or $50,000 par value of bonds secured by said mort gage of June 1, 1908, to tho com plainant, exclusive of Interest; the deposit so received from the success ful bidder shall be applied on ac count of the purchase price In the event of acceptance. The balance of the purchaso price may be paid either In cash or the purchaser may satisfy the same in whole or in port by paying over or surrendering any of the outstanding and unpaid re ceiver's certificates, and by properly releasing and discharging any claims which have heretofore or may be hereafter adjudged by this court to be valid and prior In fight to the Hen of the said mortage, by present ing and surrendering said first mort gage bonds and the overdue and un paid coupons pertaining thereto For more particularity, both as to the property to be sold and the terms of the sale, reference Is made to the decree ot foreclosure entered la the above styled cause. J. W. MENZIE9, SpMlil Mtltir, for the Eastern Biitrlct ot Kentucky District Court et thi United States l4t, A DENIAL As I find a report has been spiead over tho County that 1 am out of the race. I take this opportunity ot stating THAT I AM IN THFSHKR IPF'S RACE TO THE FINISH. My friends will please deny nny such re- ports. Respectfully, E. J. WYRICK. NOTICE In the Dlitrlct Court of the United . Suites for the Eastern District of Kentucky. In the matter of Franklin & Cntt non, In Bankruptcy, bankrupts In pursuance of an order made and entered herein on June 8, 1921, I will, on Saturday, June 18th, 1921, nt the front door of the Court House in Barbourvllle, Ky.. sell a wagon and team, two horses, sold by Drew Faulkner to C. L. Franklin, and now In the possession of Dan Bingham Sale will be made for cash In hand This 9th day of June, 1921 A. N. HERNDON, Trustee COLONEL A. T. 1IERT IS DKAD While talking and Joking with Congressman J M Robslon at the Willard Hotel, Washington, D. C. June 7th, Col. A T Hert, National Committeeman for the Republican party In Kentucky, was striken with apoplexy, became unconscious Imme diately and died within five minutes. Congressman Robslon is greatly grieved over the sad occurrence, as he had a warm affection for Col. Hert. Should he attend the funeral he will probably make a run to Barbourvllle. Pltiort In Bit's Sling. mst Uerotlnn of n hony bss's stint (l abcut elx-thniisnuiRhi of a ernlu, tWS'tlilnl nt Mni U wtr. Tho real U thp r"i""" Of &mporianQ,o fa ftfomen Seeking Smart Summer Clothes All shades in Organdie and Taffeta Dresses Hand made Blouses, Ador able line of New Georgette Blouses. Everything in Gloves. We are offering the result of very Special Purchases and making some supreme value giving. Ladies are cordially invited to inspect these offerings. 9?iss jCt aura uvahes SBarboutuiJto mm Grow ft tOUB TAll onus STOKtl WiltlfO. tOOKUTM MOTMIHOODTtAT.fltl DDric.nRteuuTanCo..DifT. 9-0. Auaita e. ' sdaadKW'B' laaaaaaaaflS ' -laanMaElBaaBnBk T W. II. DAVIS FOR SIIHRIFF OF KNOX COUNTY PRIMARY AUCJ. O. 1021 Fancy Groceries Fresh meats A Home Grocery For Home People WE CARRY Richelieu Brand Groceries Lexington Cream Flour , Votan Coffees and Teas Stone Cakes-Exclusively We Also qj-ry 8 lb. pail $1.35 4 lb. pnil 70c 2 lb.vpail 40c 1 lb. pail 25c Wesson Oil for Salad and Cooking Pints 35c Fresh Weals of All KindSi' K!e,EIKBffi1airs?,:' "VJK-.TiWirvwnr ""&&&& .VJLVJJJiJiWtla. i' Announcements TOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JOSEPH U. SNYDER R. 8. ROSE For Rc-Eloction COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY J. FRED CATRON FOR LEGISLATURE JOHN M. TINSLKY SAM M. BENNETT For tto-Eloction U AV. HAMPTON J, M, MESSER TOR COUNTY JUDGE T. O, GILLIAM J, T. STAMPER ESQ. L. S, MONHOLJ,EN E. J. MILLER FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY J. W. MESSAMORE VICTOR A. JORDAN P. L. SENTERS FOR SHERIFF. J. W. BAYS STEVE PinLPOT W. II. DAVIS D. B. REYNOLDS R. C. PARTIN J. M. CARNES E. J. WYRICK P. M. MAXEY FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK SIRS. D. W. SLUSHER II. C. MILLS JOHN C. SEARS FOR JAILER GEORGE GOODIN JOHN I). 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