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- Jm - 1 ( 'U & rv f -Tbrtt)lXANCI? rJBe It prdalned, by tho City Coun cil of tho City .of Barbourvlllo that Itahall bo unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to orcct, uso or op'erato any jijttnm boiler or dovlce in' the City P Barbourvlllo using sicam under ifftauro greater thnn 30 poiinds without first obtaining; a permit from tho City Council so to do; and, without first obtaining a certlflcato from a dub' authorized hnd licensed holler Inspector show ing that said holler In In condition to bo used without danger to porson or property; and nny person, ftrm or corporation owning or using nny such boiler npw In use or that may hereafter own or uso nny such boiler or dovlco within tho City limits of the City of Itarbourvlllc, shall an nunlly between the first and thirtieth of September of each year filowlth the City Clerk such certificate as abovo named. It shall also ho unlawful for any person to opcr.ito nny holler using wood, coal or fuel-oil ns a fuel with in tho City limits of the City of Bar bourvlilo without providing such boiler wttii n chlinnoy or stack that extends nt least three feet above any and all hulldlngs within a rad ius of 200 feet thereof. Any person, firm or corporation violating any provision of this ordi nance shall he lined not less than $5.00-or fhoro than $50.00 for each offense, and each dny such violation continues shall ho ns a separate of fense. Any and nil ordinances and parts of ordinances In conflict here with nro hereby repealed. Passed and approved June 3, 1021 THOS D. TIN'SLEY, Mayor. CITV OHDIXAXCE Bo It ordained by tho City Coun cil of tho City of Barbourvlllo, that the Streets shown on the Official wmSml HI gmg& if Hail cMWM 111 ES3I mi ft urn U. S. TUBES The same standard of quality built into U. S. Tins ii put into U. a Tuba. I . k tliJi A tt tin at A..4M.I1 1 ,. M .1 A map Ui Mu 11 ul uaiuuunniu, aiiu -. the residence and business houses In Map of tho City of Barbourville, and by nam6s printed op metal markers, and the houses by three Inch metal numbors, and that tho cost he paid by assessing each rcsldcht occupy ing each of said houses of fifty cents, to bo paid as other city taxes are paid, and that such tax bo and same 19 horeby flxod and assessed against each and all of said residences and business houses In tho City of Dnr bourvillo, to pay said cost. Adopted May 27, 1921. Approved May 27, 1921. THOS. D..TINSLEY, Mayor Attest: H. L. Taylor, City Clerk. CITY OIWINANCK Bo It ordained by tho City Coun cil of the City of Barbourvlllo, that It shall be unlawful for any per son to discharge a fire arm within the City limits of the City of llar bourville, except In defenso of him self, his family or property. Any person violating tho provisions of this ordinance Bhall bo fined not ex ceeding $100.00 for each offense. Tho ordinance heretofore enacted fixing a penalty of not exceeding $20 Is hereby repealed. Passed and approved June 3, 1921 THOS D. TINSLEY, Mayor, J. FKKI) CATItON Tho popularity of J. Fred Catron In his race for Commonwealth's At torney Is growing' day by day. Wo do not know how much real opposi tion he will meet hut whatever that may be, Judging from tho reports from over Knox County as well as from Whitley County, Mr. Catron has received the stamp of approval of women's clubs as well as fellow members of the bar and business men who are familiar with his ca- "Find the V. S.Tire dealer with the full, completely mixed line of frolht Ure U. S. Tine." r iJf iri 3f JlJi United States Tires United States Rubber Company Parrot Garage reer. It certainly appears as tho J. toed has tho ball safely In his mlt. Ho will make a conscientious of ficial) MY POSITION ON' TAX OOIiUCOTING Should tho pcoplo of Knox County honor mo with their confldenco by electing mo to tho offlco of Sheriff of the County, I promise that I will visit each of tho various "districts during tho period when taxes are due and maka collection of samo In your own district, thus doing away with the necessity for you to como to Barbourvlllo to pay them. If In any other, way, I can moot tho reasonable wishes of tho people of the County, all It will ho nesccs sary to do will be to express your deslro, since tho office of Sheriff would make me the servant of tho poople. Yours respectfully, Pollttcci Adv. P. M. MAXEY AUTliMUS NEWS Mrs. D. C. Wells-visited homo peo ple at Baileys Switch Sunday. Joe. Blaine, of Plnevillc, was in Artemus this last Sunday looking after some business. A large crowd from hero attended Memorial Day exercises of tho Odd Fellows at Trosper this past Sun- iday. An extra train wns run for the accommodation of the people. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones and Raymond Miller, of Barhourvlllu, were the guests of Mr. and. Mrs. W. A. Howard Sunday. Tho ball game Saturday afternoon between Artemus and Hlmyar was 6 to 7 In favor of Artemus. Why some seem to ilcfV the tire hick YOU probably know a man whose car is a hobby with him. He knows just why it's the best little old car there Is of its class. And he'll stand up for that car against the world in any kind of an argument. Year by year an increasing number of men feel the same way about U. S. Tires. For a while they may try "job lot" stuff, "bargains," "big discounts" and "rebates." But usually it doesn't take long for a man to sense the economy of the standard quality tire. For years U. S.Tire makers have been build ing quality tires for sane tire users for the car of medium or light weight no less than for the heavy car. The tire buyers of the land have responded with a mighty U. S., Tire following. The U. S. Tire makers meet the re sponsibility for supplying this nation wide following with characteristic energy. Ninety-two U.S. Factory Branches are established, covering the entire country. Find the U. S. Tire dealer who has the intention of servingyou. You will know him by his full, completely sized line of fresh, live U. S. Tires quality first, and the same choice of size, tread and type as in the big gest cities of the land. Barbourville, Ky. Fred Jones has Just returned from Knoxvlllo wheo ho has been buying for Jones-Wllllams & Co. Miss Mnmlo Sue Evans hns nc- cepted a position nt the Cumberland ' rnll road office. Mss Hulllo Olbson, who was re cently opperAcd on for appendicitis, Is Improving nicely. Homor Olbson has quit the rail road and resumed his job ns clerk for tho Cumberland, Mrs. P. H. Carroll add llttlo girl of Harlan, were thp guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll last week end. For a square meal go to the City Cafe. Dr". nnd Mrs. Leslie Logan, of Uar bourvllle, railed on Dr. Logan's mother Sunday afternoon. Tho attendance nt tho "- Baptist Church Sunday School numbered fS last Sunday. What's tho matter, boys and girls? Let's do better next Sunday. BILL. rOTTOXaiM NEWS Mrs. Annie Corey has been visit ing her son Joel Corey for tht past two weeks. Wo were all very sorry to hear of the shooting of Josli Faulkner on tho train Saturday. Joo (Ynller) Cottonglm has mov ed to the Bev. White farm at House. John C. Cottonglm Is at home from It. II. I. hauling tics. Our Sunday School nt Jonsee Is progressing very nicely with an av enge attendance of about 4 5 besides' visitors. men eall 4 Tho largest crowd ever soon In Manchester attended tho speaking of Hiram J. Johnson for Circuit Judge of this district Prom ell Indication tt wMI hc moro tlmn landslide for Johnson ns the people are working nnd wanting crlmo and lawlessness stamped out by better law enforce ment. OOOI) HOY. Classifii d Ads WH WANT a Lady or Gentleman I Agent for tho xonulno J. It. Watkini Products In llarhourvlllo and other vacant towns. A Big Opportunity for nny hustler. Write today for free particulars of our wonderful of fer. J. U. Watklns Co . fifi Mem phis, Tenn. 32-ltp Kut at the Up-To-Date Hestnuraiit Meals thnt are meals. 50 rents per. I'oi- Snlc Coed hlllsldo land, inosily In timber about 2 3-4 miles from Barbourvlllo. Coal on place. See Kred Ilurmnu, Mountain Advo cate, Barbourville. Ky. Tobacco Plants I'or Sale W. J. Dizney, anrrlch, Ky. 29-.1tp Dr. A. L. Parker now has his X ray machine nicely installed In a prettily furnlHlied room with every convenience fur tboso who wish to have tho roots of their teeth exam ined, tf I'or Hiilc Choice Lots on School Street. Also 7 room new house with lights, liutliroi.ni ami modern equip ment. JOHN' C. MAIN liGtt Dr. A. L. Parker, who Is equipped to II ml the seat of trouble In the roots of teeth with his X-ray ma chine, will, U desired, extract teeth under gas. tf For Snlc One good work Mule. W. J. IJlHiicy. Gnrrlch, Ky. 30-3tp Spray your stock this summer. A cow sprayed with tho spray wo handle will ghe 25 per cent moro milk. J. Frank Hawn. tf Spray the potato bugs, llowers nnd all kinds of garden vegetation. Do not let tho hugs destroy the fruits of your labor. J. Prank Ilnwn. tf Young men! Join the National Guard. For paitlculars see Ben C. Herndon or Bart S. Held. tf I handle a spray for stock, flowers and garden products. J. Frank Hawn. ;0-tf For Kent Flat of four rooms, all modern conveniences. Pino Street. Drew Faulkner. 31-2tp WANTI3I) Concern in t o w n wants live wire High School Gradu ate for position In an ofllce, where work and ability will mean good pos ition in duo time. Fair wages to start with. Write npplicatlon in own I handwriting nnd mall or leave at I Mountain Advocate ofllce. 30-3t I The Advocate Job Printing Office Ii .it YOITR .SERVICE. Hush orders I lushed. I I'or Kent Apartment over brick building. See T. F. Faulkner. 293tp For Siile-Glrl's Bicycle. See ttau Ma Archibald. 29-3tp For that satisfied feeling go to the I'P-To-lJato Restaurant. S2.-..0l KKWAUI) Lost 2 Maro Mules, one red one black, about 10 hands high. Wire 'or write Chippin Cliulllu, Lynch. Ky. .Sl-lutp. I FOi: S.U.i: zr. Acres, more or ! Ies. good 0 room House. Another 75 Acres, one four room and one i two room house, wood barn. Also ono Aero lot on Manchester Stieet 'See Julto Kinder. Ilarbourvllle. Ky. 32-2tp. FOIt SAI.i: TIMItKIt AX1J j COAL LANDS Big boundary of timber and coal ' land on Stinking Creek. Cannel and Stove Coal, all kinds of Timber. c. B. Wilson & Son, Jarvia Store. I Knox County. Ky. 30-3tp R EATS When in Town Droo " in at the Up-To-Date Restaurant j We Try To Please JAKE. DENZER 20 PMNTKIW WANTKIJ Cnie Men, Makeup nnd liorkup Men; Linotype nnd Mnnotjpe lirjbourfl nnd CnMer Oprmtorn. Want experienced men but con use a few with little experience. Working forty-eight hours per week. Open shop, un der first-class conditions Permanent positions with wages from $30 tn $ 4 n per week according to abil ity. Do not apply unless per manent position desired Apply at once, giving age, years experience, position desired, references, salary expected and when you can come. Address, Tho STANDARD Pit INT 1NO COMPANY, (Incor porated) Louisville, Ky. 31-2t IMIAO FORK XI'WS Davis Smith bought a 'farming maro from Dutt Jones last week. Wiley llammoiiH anil hlu bride are spending tho week with his father. Rev. Albert Payne, of Paynes Creek, died hint week'lrom pneu iiiunlu. He leaves n wife, several children and many other relatives. George Broiighton. if llumnions, Is recovering nicely from an opera tion he underwent last we. ! Lurkln Hubbard, un old Civil War Veteran, died last Haltirda ;Aunt Rose" Ilnminons is Pious ly 111 at the present time Rev. Lewis Townslej and Milton Illngham attended church or Turkey Crcuk Sunday. Thomas Gray will preach at Hin kle Branch school Iioiim- the first Sunday of each month up to ..nd In cluding October tills year. Paynes Creek ( proper i attended church on Road Fork Sund n Thomas Savago Is In ctv poor health. Mrs. Racliaei LI ford i slowly re covering from a broker, arn John D. HinUlo Is cun.emplating going west to buy land for specula tion. Clark HIn'kle bought a flock of sheep at $1.50 per head cheap for sheep. Fred .Patterson made n business trip to town Saturday. Joseph Shelton formerly a citizen of this place, was shot and killed by "Red" Steward Saturday at Plnevlllo It seems that there will be plenty of corn grown this year If it rains at once. James Taylor and Linda Price wero married u few days ago The coming election affords a splendid crowd discussion for the farmers. Lucas Smith, who is working at Covington, will ho home the 15th. J. C. W. I) G. 1JAILKYS SWITCH The Railroad Construction work Is getting along lino and looks as if It might .be done soon. Llttlo Jack McDonald Is slowly Im proving. Mr. and Mrs. X. 11. Smith nnd children visited Mr. and Mrs Geo .McDonald Sunday returning to their homo in Corbln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. King. Mr and Mrs. II. L. Steward. -Miss Maud Jack son and .Mrs. George McDonald wero In town shopping Monday W. M. Johnson visited his sister In Corblu Sunday. Miss Dovle Hlgglns visited Mrs. George McDonald last Thursday evening and returned home Sunday BAPTIST Clll'ltCIl The third sermon In the series. 'Is God the Author of the Diblo or is it Man's Work?" will be deliver ed by the pastor. D. Edgar Allen, from the standpoint of "Reason" nt 11 A. M. Juno 12th. At 7:30 P. M. the very intore.'t Ing subject. "How may 1 know I am a Christian?" will he considered. Do not miss those sermons. Sunday School at 9: IS A M and B. Y. P. U. nt CMS P. M You will not II nil a more pleasant place In the county to spend the morning and evening hours. Tho renewed spirit ual life and consciousness of having dono God's will on Sunday should he an Increased strength for tho dutlei for the following week. Also attend our prayer meeting Wednesday even ing tit 7:30 P. M. i GKT IIl'SY, keep busy! Is your i Job unsafe? I It permanent? You want a llfo-lnug business. You can got Into such a business selling more I than 137 Watkins products direct I to farmers If you 'own tin auto or team or can get ono; If you are I under ilfty ami can glvo bond with personal sureties. Wo back you with big selling helps; 52 years In bust- mess; 20,000,000 users of our pro' l-ducts. Write forluformutlon where you can got torrltory. J It. Wat Ttlns Co., Dept. 113, Winona. Minn. 32-Itp.