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. A". t ;C l ijr HABMMfc rikaMMMM KHIOIQS E2L INDIGESTION ta nr trftnaUr form, dry on tonne, of wlih rlchr or w.Lr. bot or cold, pnhtahlf hot. j QUI?K RBLIEF! Price, 25-S0-75 - AlAO IN TABLET FORM IDUT SCOTT BOWNB "Makers of JCOTT'S EMULSION 15 Personal Mention hi Horninn Parker paid a visit to wiuiamsijiirg suntmy. A number of young people attend-, C(l a dance at I'ltiovlllo Friday night. Afterpcven weeks suspension, due to (i strike, the Mlddlesboro Dally News Iihr resumed publication. t Mrs. J. 13, Newman has returned tp Cincinnati after a visit to homo folks. t Mrs. Ireno 13vnns .and children, of Ilurlan, nin visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McNeil thla week. "' Robert W. ,Colo loft Wednesday for Louisville to consult an ear specialist. Dr. 0. II. Albright Is attending tho Health School 'In Louisville this week. Mrs. XV. F. Costellow spent' Sun- I dty with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hay- den, Jr., in Corbln. C. C. Parker left on the early train Sunday morning nnd spent the day at Clinch, Tenn. John ,M. Davis, a prosperous Ar temus farmer, was In town Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. r Davis wero in Brush Creek Sunday attending church. XV. P. Co3tellov has 'leturnoJ from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. lllacl:.. Hamlin, W. Va. He was much pleased with his visit. Miss Laura Hayes says her busi ness is line and that tho ladles are buying In a mo3t satisfactory man n. ner. The County Fair Catalogs are be - ing distributed by . J. S. Miller. You can begin the prepartlon o your ex hibits at once. - Mrs 13. H. Moore has gone to Hackettstown, N. J., where she will reside with her parents and look af ter her little son Barton. &0 Bert Churchill Is building a brick oil house at the Water Station and has the walls linished. Gasoline has dropped to 21 to 23 cents In Louisville. B Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at L ATONIA (Convenient June 4th Stakes: INAUGURAL H1HDICW Saturday. Juno 4th CLIrSETTA SUMS Saturday, Jun 4th UTONIA DEBIT ' Saturday, Juna 11th cmcmiF H1ND1C1? Saturday, Juna 11th iu'doiii. iiKDictr Saturday, Juna 18th iujoid sims Saturday, Juna 18lh TEH BtOECK HlXOICl? Saturday, Juna ZSth UTONIA MM Saturday, July 2nd CINCINNATI IlOriT Saturday, July 2nd IXBEriXDUKE KaXIICAP Monday, July' 4th . MMEt BCOKC HANDICAP Saturday, July Bth ae?"1 Mr end Mrs. Mack Mammons are the proud paronts of andther fine baby boy who came to their home this week. There will bo'tho ushal sor, vices both morning and evening at tho Presbyterian Church. Evening ser vice at 7:30. Dr J. Effron Is now .established In his offices In Lexington. Ills-patrons "and frlonds here wilt wish him tho best of success. Have you tried Cherry Illossom and somo of tjio latest pops bottled by tho Barbourvlllo Hottllnc Works? Every trlcklo a treat. Tho Now York Storo roports thnt business Is steadily Improving Indi cating a morn optimistic outlook as to tho future. W. T. Stewart and son Ilrnxton went to, Knoxvlllo Tuesday. F,rom there llraxton wont on to Seneca. S. C to visit his grandmother for the summer. Mrs. Ion Carroll loft Wednesday for Howling Green whqre Mr. and Mrs. Carroll will mako their homo. Ufr ninny friends will miss her but Mr. Cnrroll's business will not per-iTilt-hlm tq muke headquarter) luro Miss Louise Huck. former teacher In our High School, returned yester day tp llarbourvllle. Miss Huck List week graduated from the College of Music In Cincinnati with distinc tion. Mrs. Hnssett Minton attended the Commencement exercises of tho Col lege of Music Cincinnati, where Miss Roberta Cole, her sister, has been studying and was one of the partic ipants on the program. t Col T iiioolo, Washington, D. ('. has contributed 52.00 to the Old Kentucky Home Fund. Theso dona tions come from the faiehest east and tho farthest west but Kentucky '." Home - Tho Annual celebration of tho Junior O. I'. A. M. will take place at Red Men's Hall, Little Popla'r Creek, near Bryants Store, on July Fourth. Thero ,wlll be prizes and cats and everything. C. C. KIrtley, of Union Star. Mo. a cousin of Mrs. U. W. Cole whose peoplo are burled in Knox County, ( is hero on a visit. While here Mr. KIrtley will work out this section of tho family tree. I I Tho body of Hen Hroughton, who was killed In Franco July 21, 191S, was shipped to Fiat Lick Friday of last week and Interred at DoWItt, on Stinking Creek Monday at 10 a. t m. Mr. Hroughton was one of the draft from the county and was killed three days after going Into action. He wns a fine boy In every respect who did his duty In civil ns well as la military life. s to Cincinnati) to July 9th The unusually high class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accom modations for patrons com bine to insure the success of the meeting at- the popular Latonia4 Course. Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated Latonia, Iy., Course BLACKHEADS PIMPLES AND BOILS You should regard these out breaks as danger signals. They are a sure sign something is wrong within. Look to your blood at once. The poisonous impurities have collected in your circulation until the danger point has been reached. Start right now, today, to purify your blood with S. S. S. Fot Speclml Booklet ortorlifol rldualadrlce, without chtrie, vrtitm Chief Medical Adrltor, SSS.Co, Dtp't412,AtUnf,Qa Ott S. S. S. tt your dtujtitt. S.S.S. The Standard Blood Purifier The new llnptlst Church Is pro gt casing nicely O XV. Monro, merchant of Swan Lake, was In town Tuesday hand ling eggs. John W. Helton, merchant of IOnuuucl, was here Tuesday, O. C. Jurvln, merchant of Jnrvls Store, wus buying In town Monday. Mrs. Swearlngcn and children have returned from a pleasant visit In Knoxvllle. Miss Sybil Harris has gone to Idaho and Washington to look over tho country. Miss Sybil may settle theic If she likes the conditions. J. Matt Karris, from beyond Oar rich, w.ih In town Tuesday. Mr. Far-i'k- has probably the finest Poland China hogs-ln the State. The llarbourvllle Klcctrlc Light Ci.. has Installed a 25, two 74, a 15, and u ten h. p. motor for tho S:nllh-lllio I'liinlun Mill. All have automatic control. Kov. J. F. Haggles was In Louls .vllle last week taking (lay Dlckln con's car to him. Mr. and Mrs. Dick inson are visiting relatives In that city. XV. G. Davis, of Haln, Knox Coun ty, who Is studying - medicine In Louisville, came In Friday and will go on to Van Wert, Ohio, to work on a farm for the summer. The Cumberland Valley Ilrlck Co. is now making and selling brick. The- officials of the Company are very well pleased with tho product of tho machines. Young Doctor Tip Jarvls, of Jar vis Store, who is on vacation from medical school, was in town Mon day. He lacks one year of com pleting his medical course. Cnv. and Mrs. J. D. Black went to Tiisculuin College. Hast Tennessee, two weeks ago to attend commence ment exercises. This is Gov. Mack's alma mater and the visit resulted in meeting a few old school mutes and friends. Tho course of lectures on citizen ship to be glveniy Mrs. Win. Crom well, of Frankfort, under the direc tion of the Tuesday Club, will bo held in the girls' dormitory at tho Baptist Institute both afternoons and evenings in order to complete tho course In one week. Maude Dctlierage. after spending ten months at Loulsllle Conserva tory of Music studying Draluutic Art and Drums, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W H. Detherago for the summer vacation. She will return In September to resumo her Sonlor studies in Dramatic Art. L T. Cottonglm. of Atlanta, Ga., and his cousin, V. ..S. Jarvls, of Herea. were in town Wednesday vis iting friends. Mr. Cottonglm has just returned from a trip north and Mr. Jarvls came over to keep him company Mm. George K. 'Tinsley has Just returned from Chicago where she went with hor father on a short visit They returned by auto but Mrs. Tinsley deserted Mr. Ilrowu at Covington on account of u break down and being In a hurry to re new her acquaintance with Juju. Harold Packer, Will Amis, Char lie lllughaui, Allen Tugglo and G. C. I'arrott took nn auto trip to Cor bln where they took In tho Chautau qua Saturday night going on to Lon don. They got caught in tho heavy storm and had to leavo the auto In Corbln leturuiug home on 21 Sun- ' day morning, i i Miss Roberta Cole Is visiting a student friend. Miss Dorothea llutts of tho Conservatory of Music, Cin cinnati, at her home In Wheeling, W. Vu. The young ladles went by auto with. Miss Dorothea's father. Iloforo coming home Miss Hobortu I may visit Miss .Daisy Hohslon In Washington. One Year's Twins and Triplets. In one year 1542 pairs of twins and 147 sets of triplets ut re born In the Doited States. SADDLE HOUSES TO UK KXHIBITKD Col. Mack Hughes, of Danville, Ky., the noted saddle horso trainer of contrnl Kontucky, was hero last week to boo T. W. Mlnton's saddle horses, Gladys and Vcrda. He liked them so well that he made arrange ments to aliow them thru central Kontucky They will bo shipped thlsweek to his training stables, The first fair at which they will bo shown Is ut Harrodsburg, July 26. Ono premium of $21.0 00 Ih offered for tho best saddle horso uiid no entrance feo or per cent Is taken-from tho winner KILLKI) IIV LIGIITXINU Tho seven and nlno yearjotd soiih of Robert liartoti. of Wilton, wero killed by lightning on Friday even ing while returning home from tho Held riding a mule which was also kllle.l. Tho parents wero at tho house at tho tlniC. LOOAX HANlTAIlirM Mrs. Hobart Kelly, of Shields'. Harlan County, wns operated on Thursday tuiil Is doing nicely Green Kngle, of Indian Creek, bad his appendix removed Monday morn ing and Is improving nicely J. T. Woodle, of tho firm of llrown Itosa Shoe Co.. Knoxvllle. Tenn Is 111 and nt the ludrmnry James Gregory has parted with hls'tonslls the 'npoiatliin being hst Saturday. Mrs. Ella McDonald, of the Conti nental Hospital, rinevllle. Is assist ing at tlie Inllrinary Mrs. Mollle Carroll Is taking a much needed rest after several months of hard work at tho Inllrm- ii ry. ;i:iii: iox killkd George Fox, of Corbln, whilo driv ing a car out of London Ksititnlny. accompanied by his wife and child, drove over ijtlll In the road near Corbln killing the child and severe ly Injuring his wife nnd himself. Latest reports are that the injuries of Mrs. Fox are such as to mnke It doubtful If she will recover and Mr. Fox is suffering from serious In ternal Injuries. The injured man is tho son of Adonijah Fox and was formerly a citizen of Knox County. A ItK.MlXDKIt OK IIAIM'V DAYS In a letter to the Editor from Miss Madeline llakery 1017 Grunby Street. Norfolk. Va.. she hays she read a ynipy of the Advocate sent her by her grandmother, Mrs W. M. Uaker, all over at least twice. Sho enclosed her subscription for the year for she wants the happy days spent in llarbourville drought hack each week Miss Madeline Is en Joying her stay at home hut finds tho weather quite hot. I'lio proba bly longs for the cool gr"n of our mountains. IX t'HIXA In China with each nov dav t!uro are increasing hundreds, of people who reach tho limit of their re- souices. Llttlo children havo long since disappeared in the worst affected districts. The grey days are hero when whole families .unable to con tinue the pitiful struggle, lie down and die. The terrible truth is that millions are perishing 3 cents saves a life a day: 25 cents saves a life a week; $1 saves a life n month and ?5 saves a life until tho harvest. Send your money to tho President China Famine Fund. Louisville. Ky. The next time you buy calomel ask for alo.tabs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35 c. When answering advertisements mention tho Mountain Advocate, - A Tonic For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. V. F. Ray, of Easlcy, S. C. "The doclortreatcd me lorabout two months, still I didn't get any belter. I had a large fam ily and felt 1 surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I bad heard of CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I decided to try ,' con tinues Airs. Ray . . . "I took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I liave ten children and am able to do ail my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend Cardul." Take Cardul today. It may be just what you need. At all druggists. R t X X X X X $ (oiin:ss.MA itonsiox STILL lU'SV OX KOADS Robert W. Colo is in receipt of the following good road news from Con gressman llobslim: "At tliu meet ing of our Ko.uI Conunitteo wo re potted out ii-hlll which I offeicd and which liui been approved by all of the load associations of-encli State In J lie Union. "The Chairman of our Committee is against Federal Aid for roads. He is from Now York. The other nine teen members of our committee out side myself, selected me to report tho Dill to the House and to have churgo of tho light on tho Floor of the House. "Wo expect to get action on this Koud Hill within tho next few weeks." Representing as lie does a district that needs good roads more than any one otiier thing, our Congress man is making the light of his life to put thru a bill that will help lift the whole State out of tho mud. .Mud Is one of tho gieatest de stioyers of prosperity that exists. IMSSHl) KXAMIXATIOXS Out of thirty-six applicants who took examination for County Ccrtiflt cates In May examination eleven passed for certificates ono elemen tary first grade and ten elementary second grade. R. 11 HHMIMIILL. County Supt. Corn crops are looking real pros perous since the rains. rcsrarH.1 A Burning' One that interests you. Fire wipes out values iniphty fast. Can you stand a fire and be finan cially able to rebuild your lost property? If not, let me talk Insurance safety to you. H. C. MILLER Agent The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. Lexington, Ky. Phone 105 Barbourville, Ky. imvms&.wsfdzsmi 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 you usher the doctor in or turn him away be cause "you could not afford it"? If a man can ttjurd. he should carry life insurance. If a man can't ttj)'ord, he must carry life insurance. REID & OLDFIELD General Agents D. M. HUMFLPET, Special Agent Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. oriicc Over I'lrst National Dank Phone 154-3 Barbourville, Kentucky I. O. O. V. PIONIO AT PAIK anOUNDS JULY i'OUHTir Tho 1, O. O. F. picnic wlir bo held at the Fair Grounds on July Fourth, It will be conducted In tho bes( style of' the Odd Follows which cannot bo bettered. An enjoyablo day Is assured and every member of the Order, as well as thoso who are not members, Is Invited to 'bo pre sent. I'l'-TO-DATK IlKSTAUItANT CHAXOKS HANDS Tho Up-To-Dato Restaurant has been bought by Jim Dullock .and son Alex who have nlready taken possession. They assuro their pat rons of good eats and tho best of attention. NKW IIKI'UTIKH Sheriff H. P. Walker has appoint ed tho following deputies: IJarbour vlllc, W. M. Johnson and Huss Uak er; Artcmus, John and Floyd nico; Grays, Joe Miller; Wilton, J H. Shu mate. W. M. THOHPKlt ASSAULTMI) W. M. Trosper. of I'oulnr Creek, wns in town Tuesday visiting tho Court House. Last Saturday, ac cording to his testimony, ho was In bed asleep when two men entered his homo and beat him over tho head with revolvers. Ho states tho trouble arose after a number of young men visited his home. One of them grew boister ous and the hoys were asked to Ieuo. which they did. Ho further alleges that after leaving and wlilio In tho hollow they fired their revol vers and yelled Someone, accord ing to Mr. Trosper. called Deputy Sheriff Luwallen, who deputized Matthew Fusion and these olllcers ho alleges, aro tho ones who entered his home and beat him over tho head. Warrants have been Issued for their arrest. fJKOKUK l TIXSLHV APP01XTKIJ STATK IJAXK E.VAMIXKK The people of Knox County will bo delighted to hear that George F. Tinsley lias been appointed to tho position of State Bank Examiner be giuing July 1st. George Is a genuine favorlto of our citizens thru his courtesy, squareness and general good qual ities. That he Is amply equipped mentally nnd practically for his now position Is well known, llarbour vllle produces the goods in men who get there. XKW POST OFFICK lll7II.I)IX(i F. Golden and W. XV. Evans will start Immediately on a building next door to StantlU's Grocery It will be a two story brick with a base ment which will permit of a steam heating plant. Tho postotllce de partment has leased the lower Iloor for a term of ten years. The upper lloor will be devoted to modern Hats which will be built to please the renter. Question I uBmsmmmmmmmtmmamamm ir ;. ., atA -i."1 ' -&k - j u .