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; . F ttutarie. tjiat'bc cured May be endured If you're Insured with C. Dickinson & Co. Office oVr ColcHugbtt Stcrr Ilr NEW SCRIES: VOLUME, 11; No. 34 DARBOURVILLE, KY FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921 ONE DOLLAR AND PIPTY CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 fUciuntatn VjHi '' Hi ; 4 sWt ,.m' Snyder Sn League With Bootleggers On tlie last day of the April term of the Knox Circuit Court the grand - iurv returned three indictments against Perry Broughton for selling whisky. . He was immediately arrested, brought into Court, and Mr. Gol t - den, County Attorney, demanded immediate trial. Perry resisted trial and cases were put over from ten o'clock until tyo in the afternoon. Perry, tried to get the cases continued. His attorney told him he would ' put lip any reasonable ground that he had to offer, out he would not raise technical questions, nor put up a "oogus" snowing, urougnton announce ed openly that Snyder would not let him go to trial, that he was his friend and would take care of him. Two o'clock came and Mr. Golden again insisted that the cases be tried. Perry had no showing as to why the cases should not go to trial but insisted openly that Snyder wuold not let him go to trial. Perry left the Court House saying he would get Snyder. Soon he reappeared with Snyder following him,- and Snyder him self, who was employed to prosecute, and assist in prosecuting, came in to the Court room in the presence of the jurors, with a law book, in which the technical rule was laid down that one could not be forced into atrial if he resisted trial, within three days after his arrest. Snyder kept Perry out of trial and out of jail and he immediately went out of the Court House, put two of Snyder's pictures on the wind shield, two on the sides and two on the rear of his automobile. Perry knew what he was talking about when he said Snyder would take care of him arid hot let him go to trial. This statement is verified by J. S. Golden, County Attorney; Jess Tur ner, R. N. Cornett, H. C. Frederick, Berry Powers and othei; jurors who were present and witnsFsed the proceeding. A tree is known by its fruit. . Snyder is in league with the boot-leggers. Find a man in tjo district who is known to be selling whisky and ask him whom he will 3 import for Judge and he will tell you Snyder. ROSE KNOX COUNTY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. Pol. Advt. CHESTER MORRIS ESTABLISHES A BEREA COLLEGE RECORD It la not generally known that Chester Morris made a Berea run ning record recently when he did two miles In 12 minutes nnd CO sec onds. Ho also beat the crack long distance runners of Center In the two mile race. The Center man evi dently expected to wear CheBtor out by his fust pace, but that young man suddenly put on u burst of spaed and beat his own record, finishing' the two miles In 11 minutes and 2 sec. COUXTV COURT CLERK RACK Mrs. D. W. Sltisher Is in the lead for County Court Clerk. It seems that she will be elected by a large majority. Her homo precincts of Flat Lick, Elys and the .Stinking Creek country will give her the largest majority ever polled for a county olllco. The lady voters are determined to sco that tho Irst lady running for office under tho woman suffrage act shall he elected by tin overwhelming majority as they real ize this to he the trying point for woman's rights. Pol. Advt. When Collector Is Lucky. Daring Slum's Intercourse with China for ninny centuries in ilie p:ist unknown mt 1 1 r 1 1 1 ot Hip (1-iest iIi'iki were brmid'i ncr for tl.v ii'i'iN- mid roynl linitsclu'liW i'f Slum "innl im'.i. slonnlh .mm- ( ile-se ,le ... i- W fouml YOU NEED TODAY In these progrossiio days jou need inoro tliiin ordinary routine banking serlce. You need 1 1 lentil, intelligent Mid helpful co-operation tho hind (hat lessen jour burden cl responsibility and enables you to make (he mest :f business opportunities. That is tho kind of service (his bank affords and our membership in 'the FEDERAL RESERVE .SYSTEM is un lp in the FEDERAL RES of stability ns'uell as lire insurance moc!attiig and iip-to-llio minute in eeiy detail. Wo rordiully Invito jour account, whether large or Email. Honor Roll Bank FIRST NATIONAL BANK UAUUOURVILLE. KENTUCKY capital vaui in full suiiplus'fund .jo - WARNING i Section 1129 of the Kentucky Statute says that any person other than a husband or wife, parent or child, grandparent or grandchild, brother or sister, to an offender after the commission of a felony who shall aid or assist such personl to AVOID OR ESCAPE from prose cution or punishment, shall be guilty of a high misdemeanor, and shall he fined and Imprisoned at the discretion of the Jury and may bo tried tho tho principal ho not taken or tried. I, as Sheriff of Knox County, will do my best to enforce this law. B. P. WALKER, Sheriff. i IIAPTIST CHURCH Our method of carrying the two morning services together so as to get out from the preaching services by 11:30 or earlier, Is proving very popular these hot days. I 10:45 A. M. A special sermon lor children, those Interested In thu children and all who ever were chil dren. Special music by the children. ,Come early t- 7:30 P. M. "How to Obtain a '"Complete and Symetrlcal Life." 9-4G A. M. The Sunday School starting promptly merging Into the preaching service at 10:45. Hotel Kitchen Occupies Aero. The kitchen nf one of the big ho- I tels In New York Is an acre In extent. mill) of serWce, uccoiu- $50,000.0(1 $50,000.00 im'oiiTnuTrfiriimr - TMTi HALL William R. Hall, whoso home is near tho City Cemetery, dropped dead while hoeing corn Monday morning, June 20th about eight o'clock. Mr. Hall had stopped to fix a prop against u post when ho evi dently felt ill as ho called to his daughter, who was also linelng corn to come to him. Hy the time she arrived he had fallen back, smitten by a stroke of paralysis mid died I immediately. I)r. J. G. Tyo was called and on his diagnosis Coroner l J. F. Pozier pi enounced death' as due to paralysis. TIio funeral was held at Smoky Church Tuesday. Interment being In tho Uncle Hill Golden graveyard. Deceased was horn at Flat Lick June 22, 1S44 and thus had reached 7G years. 11 months and 28 days. certificate or iii?.irii To the People of Kno. County -- Some one or both of iiiy oppon ents, to-wit, Ellgla Miller and Esii Monhollen. have been saying in words or substance, that I was about dead and would not be able to serve the people If elected County Judge. For the satisfaction of my friends I submit the following certlllrate which speaks for Itself. It Is true I have been sick and thereforo Iinvo not been able to go over the county and seo my friends. But I am now on my' feet and will be out from now on. Tho hoys will find on the day of election that I am very much allvo In Kno County. Let no ono deceive you. I will b able "to get out, and what Is more. I will got out and look after the roads and other Important Interests of the people. .1. T. STAMPER Cortlficato: This js to certify thut we have this day examined J. T. Stamper jand find that he has practically re covered from the effects of tho nt- i tuck ot pneumonia that ho had hist ! winter. ' We believe thst ho will ho In no j way" permanently Injured by this at tack. He is now In good condition laud we have no doulil "111 remain j that way. . Ilarboiirvlllo. Ky. Juno 22. 1921. Signed: S. C. Jones, M. D. Lesllo .Logan. M. I).' Pol. Advt. METHODIST CHURCH The pastor. Rov. John Owen Gross, will preach at the morning service, 11 o'clock. In tho even ing at 7:30 Rov, Albort Huniiloet. a young man of this community who Is preparing for the ministry, will preach, Sunday School meets at 9:45 a. in. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all. UNION SKUVICK Al (linutnuqiiii Tent Sunday Nngli Tho union service which thru the courtesy nf the Itcdpath Chautauqua Company was hold In the tent Sun day night, was an Immense success. Instead of n service embracing -n baker's dozen going on In tho several i separate churches, probably four j hundred people Joined in tho wor ' ship of God In song and prayer. I Mrs. J. A. McDermott had chargo of the music, Miss Mary McDermott assisting on the violin, while n full i complement of tho best singers of 'the citv led the spirited singing in which tho congregation took enthu siastic part. Mrs. C. A. Ratlifnn and Mrs. J. O. Gross sang solos roverent ly juid sweetly. Dr. Franklin led In prjyor, Hev. John Ruggles read the Scllpture portion and Hev. John O. Gross delivered a forceful civic ser mon, which dealt with international, national and local rghteousness and lurk thereof. He pointed out that If the Christ spirit might once more flume out .over the country In the revival of I real religion, the national selfishness I suspicion of other nationalities, bred by men of the Hurst kind, eriiuo and wh l.edncss. Including that of our' ,ovi section, would be cast off llk'3 a lllthy garment. The evening union service should be continued. As an Inspiration the usual verier service is n poor thlni; so t.ir as the majority Is concerned The minister who faces rows of al mr "t empty seats 'on Sunday night and who delivers n forceful message to those to whom it prohubly decs not apply, since they are not trpre to hear It, must grow sick at heart or smother some of the divine flro he may possess. When he has a real congregation ho can feel the vibrant spirit of inspiration sweep over him as ho realizes that here are manw to whom he may deliver a message. And heaven knows that the churcho". of liarbourville. on Sunday nights at least, neither impel or "comppll them to come in that my house may he full." Something Is wrong and if tho union service will help, if It will bring togetther the men and women i who believe that religion Is not a 'senile system of pedagogic Isms, let , us have such a service and go after iliu lost sheep of the house of Itir liottrville. , If tho churches believe in hell, a 'lake of tire and everlasting dam.ia tlon for their neighbors, they show . complaisance nnd calm ah ".it the matter, totally dllferent from the ex citement caused by an earthly house on tire, lmugino the llrenien of Hose Company No. 1 of Uaiboiirville stop ping to discuss, let us say. I ho amount of oxygen In the water to he applied to the" tire or whether the law of gravitation would not receive a Jolt If water should bo rudely shot i upwards Instead of downwards, whllo the house with someone in It burned. Meanwhile, according to accepted theories, drotes of people are head ed for the bad place, yet good church people eat. dilnk and sleep well and do not worry much about their own neighbor's horrible prospects. If team work will help to bring .about better citizenship, cleaner mor I ;ils. more thought of God and His ilghteousness. If the chinches are to I ho a living force Instead of smug safety first stations, they will have to work together.. At present they aro failing to obej tho divine command, "go ye out Into tho highways and hedges and com pel them to come In thut My house may ho tilled." A place la tho sun may be won by all tlttu a united effort to show forth the brightness, purity ami hoh Incss of f. o Sun of Righteousness HOWARIMIAYHHW Tho marriage of Earl Muyheu uiid Miss May Howard, of Laurel Creek, Clay County, was coiisuin muted Sunday, Juno 12. Rev F R Walters officiating. After the ceree mony the happy couple left for Louisville where they bought their lares and ponates preparatory to settling down to housekeeping In tho Alex Sevier home next to Union Col lege. Tho bride Is a charming young lady and the groom Is our popular and enorgetlc County Agent. The Advocate Joins In tho good wishes of their many friends that Mr. and Mrs. Mayhew may enjoy long- Ufa and happiness. Rose Goes to Pieces At Whitley City Monday was candidates' day at Whitley City, McCreary County, with most interest surrounding the Circuit Judge's race. R. S. Roso refused to defend his record as Circuit Judge, and refused to discuss tho charges- maile hy J. IJ. Snyder, but he occupied his entiro forty-five' minutes dls-l cussing things Snyder had done on Roso finally went to pieces when C. O'Rear to C. S. Wilson, In which a defense in a felony cuse, and thut he (O'Rear) had so written to Rose, Rose himself, with the assistance of Klhert Early, who shot Ed Smith, and with others Rose had brought from Whitley County, undertook to start a rough house while Snyder was making his reply hy interrupting him, mill being roasted by Snyder in to desist from such course, hy the abiding citizens, who would not stand for that kind of thugdom pven when led by the Circuit Judge himself. Rose did not deny that he had published to tho world that ho had sent , County for the benellt of A. V. with murder. Roes did not deny that ho hud published to the world that ho had sent two men to tho penitentiary on a wns bad when he sentenced thorn. Roso bragged about knocking poor file a suit against a railroad company or a mine company, nnd said ho would coiitluuu to do so If elected Roso bragged about putting tho than fifty eases against the Southern tion Men standing in the crowd heard tho trial of these cases and saw Judge Rose himself help a Danville Company to decide for them on. Roso charged thut the breakdown of guilty criminals, and tho increase the poor prosecution put up hy Snyder, and the kind of juries ho had to put up with since he had been Judge. Thus the Juggling Judge undertakes to pass the buck on the Common wealth's Attorney and to the Innocent Jurymen of his Court On the whole It was a SNYDER DAY. and conservative people who know of the high regard in which Mr. and by the miners, as their defender rights, estimate that Snyder will carry majority. Many reputable citizens vote for Rose left the speaking for nf .imlire Rose and his allies Early THE CHAUTAUQUA The second Redpath Clmuluuuuii for narhourville has come and gone. Its numbers were varied, entertain ing and Instructive. Some retain In memory one thing and some an other but It seems that the Mikado and Nothing Rut Tho Truth held lirst and about equal lank for popu larity. The lecture on Failures of the .Misfits was most practical and It Is a pity that all parents could not have heard It tor their. Instruction, and all teachers for their encourage ment for wo must give the Intelli gent teacher much credit for trying to place young people in tho niche for which they uro best fitted oven oor tho Indifference of parents. Of com so Ada Ward's cheery, sen sible lecture will always bo remem bered and the musical numbers were worth while. However, we are a little hard to please with music for we havo many opportunities at home for hearing much of what is leally excellent. The story teller became very popular with the children and is an attr.iethe feutute. We are glad we had a Chautau qua and also glad that its retina next year lias been assured. The Advocato Job Printing Ollice Is at YOUR SERVICE Rush ordeis rushed. sRBfc fesfe3S!iea?SSWN& T3i J-VejQiFV wSfAHJHknAilBMHKHiB' rra t k I LJB TA I LV'.MTOTJtllBlriIlTttfBrf7V t.i..,..;,M,iiM mmui,rfftnvjmM6,r - Stprt your bank account with us today, we have more than 2 GOO depositors, Deposits more than halt million dollars. The National Bank fo John A. Black orders signed by the Judga himself. Snyder read a letter from Judga Ed he said that drunkenness was NOT such a way that they were compelled determined looks nnd stand of tho, law i Bryant, his cousin, who was charged bad indictment returned, and know It plaintiffs out of Court, who would again. Commonwealth out of Court In more i Express Company, a rich corpora lawyer llnd the law for tho Express in law enforcement, tho turning loose of crime In the district, was duo to Snyder Is held hy the country people when they are In a fight for their McCreary over Rose by over 1000 who came to Whitley Intending to Snyder, after observing the conduct and others. Pol. Adv. HONORS STATE HEALTH OFFICER J Dr. A. T. McCormack, State I Health Olflcer, was elected president! of the American Medical Veterans j of the World War at their conven tion held Jointly with the meeting i of the American Medical Assocla-I tloii in Boston last week. The American Medical Veterans 9 of the World War Is an organization! of physicians who Were with the American armies during the war with Germany. It is tho American Legion of the medical profession,! counting among its numbers doctors! from all over the United Stntes. IS IT A HOODOO? Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davidson lost! the wheel of their automobile a week! ago when they were run Into by al car driven by Robert Fletcher. Mr.! Davidson was at the steering gear backing near Heldrlck when Flet-I cher came along and struck the carl and the wheel was smashed to splin ters. Mr. and Mrs. W F. Costellowj and Frank Davidson were on the! back seat and were badly shaken up. This is the third accident in which! Mrs. Davidson has participated and! she is beginning ti look on autos asl hoodoos PREPARE -FOR fSX$2' . '.?..