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"VJEW' k. THE ADVOCATE PRRDflURMAN EDlTOn JWWIB .McDBRMID BURM'AN ASSOCIATE EDITOR (tatted -weokly by The Mountain Advocate Publishing Co.. at BARB0URV1LLE. KENTUCKY Haterc I the Tost Offlco nt liar- bourvlln n-. lis "' fond-class mnll matter. I)t ' It'IAIi OltDAX OK TI'K KK. rOBLICAN PARTY I.V KNOX COUNTY tlrokon T.une. Dttpllrnteri liramen nnd Mounting Carefully Adjusted I T. H. BYRD Registered Optometrist and Optician gFirst Door East of Post Office Bnrbourvillc, Ky. m!ltoel1nilli.i:i.lmit1.m"pJnJJf ()f IVoOCf GIOSSCS ,t IK-recM'tif H)Miltlit tiy tl'i' .. i ' cjaifami SUBSCniPTION UATK3 (Strictly In ndvnnce) One Year J1-0" 81 Months 0-75 Any Itomd Intended for publication should reaoh this offlco not later than Wednesday or wo will bo rorccd to carry tt over for the coming week. IlED CROSS NUIiSrS ItKPOUT Miss Emo Jump, lied Cross Nurso for Knox County, makes tho follow ing report for tho month of duly: Record of Visits Nursing Visits 10" Infant Welfare Prenatal 1" Tuberculosis 4 Child welfare 8 ' School s" School children at Homo .... 4 Social Service " Offlco treatments r 1 Attendance at clinics S TOTAL -is Miss Jump has been using the linen from the loan closet for ty phoid and other contagious cases, giving Instruction to tho families along lines of sanitation and nurs ing and they are very responBlvc lo those lessons. Miss Jump has MlO dons much bedside nursing. She m)l& Ul( to ittut it enMlty utid It A bit Ot ihfiih who need hOspl lll Utll.mht llh lo illstflbut-H illlltihfi lb tht 5i?df Eight schools 8ru vKllert -dr.rr i'Mm Mi ih 8Biid wk of .lSB34 fcG?tlS PRANK ROMEO SHOT KltANCUISIJ The Hoard of Council of tho City of HHrtHinrrlll, Ky.. do ordrtln ns follows, vis: See. 1. Tlmt there lie and hereby In rriwtcNl tlio rlitht. nrlvlloRO nnd fianchls for furiilshlim nnd to fur nish to tho City of Itarboiirvlllo. Kenttirky. and to lt eUlsoim. resl dentB nnd industries, natural stas for hoHt, fuel, light and power pur pno; and to thin end the purchas er of this franchise shall hac. use and enjoy tho rights and privileges i.Kiniiv .rented nnd hereinafter granted under tho conditions and limitation., herein provided and net forth. See. 2. The purchaser of tli- fran chise heiohy mated shall have, and is hereby expressly granted, tho right to go upon tho streets, alloy and other public ways of tho oily and to lay. maintain, operato and remove pipe lines, gas mains -ind conduits for the transportation of natural gat and to deliver the same in the canstimor thereof. But no pipo line, gab main or conduit shall bo laid under, across or beneath mo uirfoca of any paved street in Bar- bourvllle, nor any connection made with any pipe line, gas niain or con duit, under, across or beneath tho surface of any paved street In the City or lurbourville. until there has been obtained from the Mayor t the Maid City permlshlnn therefor In ttHtluR. nun ""1 "' pul'Blir bin-nor, inn Hpi'iits. Lrniils "! m lnv&.. mm It tmvs dsiUHltf-d with enltl fit. mt d-ltu-iftl to 111 luv nr ifiMfnf, tb ttiti'i "' nf" I" t,m" llv dtulxri Jir funt fubt uf mtn -SrHVMlHfi ii.illltltiiinl for ma tfr Sl&mtlun of nuld ntrftm nnd te ur raee thereof, to the ama condition It was In prior to any laying of pipe line, gas main, conduit, or any con nection therewith, thereunder. Sec. 3. The purchaser of this fran chise shall have tho right to change the slsa of any pipe line, gas main, conduit or connection therewith, alloy or other T && &m& i i i yj ' i p mP js wmrrrfiSf$ kn n.4 AiiKi .jmtrrFMWM . ' i.X. . ia Tor Tln Generations I!ivp)( ( Child-Dlrth t osier L.y Uiing 1! EWiSBH WHItlror I JOI-ltT 9H IIlLC fl OCOAHOTIII ltT.f Diufic.s R:3iiiT C rrT.9-0. ATlAVtl niio- .iv niilillr way. Spp. 9. Tho rights hereby creatou and to be acnuired by tho purchaser lipreof hetcunder, shall extend to tho heirs, successors and usslgns of thn iiurchaser. Sec. 10. Tho right, privilege ana franchise hereby created shall con tlnuo for tho period of twenty years nnxt after tho final passage, appro vni i.n,i mihltcatlon of this Ordi nance. intiodurcd and read July 1, 1921 Read second tlmo und passed Aug 9, 1021. Approved Aug. 10, 1921. THOS I). TINSLEY, Mayor. Attest II. L. Taylor. City Clsrk. Special! Special! SUHMER HATS Every Mat Goes On Sale Hats from $3.50 to $18.00 98c to $3.98 Fall Dresses See Our Full Line ol ricotines in Beaded and ww Frank Romeo, an Italian work ing for Codell & Byers, contractors at Emanuel, was shot and fatally wounded about noon Monday. His xaita lTor' Wnmhlps Rompo. is al- t.r.Ai1 tt linva flrpfl flip nlfilpl OTld I ltlrl In nnv RtrPPt was arrested shortly afterwards and public way lieienntlor. an iimc me brought to the Ilarbourvllle jail. necessity, in lt- Judgment, thcrofor Romeo was brought to the Logan jhhall exist; and, also, tho right to Infirmary where It was found that rpplrco or repair any gas main, con- . thn lmtiPt. .i S2. had entered low ninit or ronuection thorowlth, under Jot m RICES T PIE.ASE Braided Effects.! Wew Fall Hats In Ready-to-Wear A Pretty Assortment which you can begin wearing- ot once. down in the back, had made four perforations in the bowels and two in the bladder. It is reported that Romeo had be gun or was about to begin divorce proceedings against his wife. liOGAX IXFIRMAKV N'l.W'S tho samo conditions and subject to tho samo restrictions an sot forth In section two horeof. Sec. 1 All pipo lines, gas mains, conduits and connections, shall to laid a sudlclent depth so aa not to intorforp with the construction, re construction r repair of any street. 111 MUM? NtflVH Vi Klf iLi-Ullfc rtlldUJiUlid I sill mill Mima nr- flub, tflo klial 111 V'Mri iuiT? ftttni ) iiflS S3ti , ''I Mo ot rorii nnd MB'ni 61 HV W flerity of nto"I? Urntiftif. tUP(n U din llllfS Rfi KU1IHH ,. ..im.'ii.j n.r.iv nriiiscii ,f, I--CT. . ..-O -.1--- .. ..--..- ii i iMVii.i hd!i mat imiiauu painting his house, making it Ipok flno. AVe aro glad tho plko is getting closer to us eery day. We feet sure that we shall have better rqad3 now rs Stamper la our Judge for the next four years. Miss Mary I.avina Powell is tho guest of her cousin, Miss Francis l'owoll. this week. Miss Cleada Allen Is visiting In Corbln. I.onl.i Hopkins it on the sick list. Mrs. Mnudo Jordan has a severe C0,I Icrturnoering is hard work. C rand ma I lawn lias returned to her hump after .1 hhoit visit at Har bnurvillp with relatives. (Satins, Taffetas' Tricoiettes in place ttods Ve pri&t' msaurlixl, HandUs; Vanity Cases, Coin Purser, Beads I Miss Laura Haye 2i !flBSftf5v waasaESSEsassxiissssjri For- $4000 alley or other public way Sallie Wal'tor, colored, of Warron 1 Sorv. S The rate for natural gis was operated on for appendicitis under this franchise shall at 110 time rnd Jther complications lost week iopfid i -ventv-five rpnU iTTicI Pol and Is doing nicely. ' thounfid ruble feet: tin-? t'.ii" rato Mrs. Mary Kuni. of Sllor. under- gh.ill bo subject to u discount ol 10 went a major oparatlon last weal: -cents per thons.md cnMc feet If t-r-and Is doing nioelv. bill therefor rendered to the cv- Mr V. A. Carter, of Wilton, was 'sumr be paid op or before tne operated on Sunday and Is dolnB .onih ':v of the monh following V.icpIv ithe month !i wWch The Kas con- Jim Bullock did not look natural suroed 'nd fnr 'lilch the bill la Monday when the editor dropped In ;rodore.l: provided, however, thst on him He had a black oyo. a tho purchaser of this f ranch Ian may busted head, with a alight concus- fix. exact and collect a mlnlnnm slon, a bruised shoulder and a charge of one dollar and fifty cent? sprained arm. JIo was taklnR anKSl.GO) from any ctstomor whose auto run as far as tho river bridge laHreEst consumption of gas nor Saturday before going home. When month does not exceed two thous opposlte tho W. H. Green homo tho and cubic feet, steering gear went wrong and tho ' Sec. 6. The rrtp per thousand car nearly ran over tho steep bank, ifect of -en .is herein fixed, and the Jim was htandlng.. on the running: discount to be allowed tucroirom board and believing an accident 1m- jus horeln fixed, or any rnto and dls mlnent, ho Jumped and toll among 'count below thai maximum a.-, may the rocks and logs.. Ho was picked ;bo herenfter fixed or dctormincd liy un unconscious and talcon homo, ithe purchaser, shall bo uniform to all consumers. Sec. 7. The purchaser may re quire from each consumer of gas herounder, at the time of applica tion for bob service or at tho time of mal lug connection and before connection with tho mains is made. a depo!i or five ($0) dollars for tho I meter attached for the consumer; but tbi deposit. If made, shall bo returnel lo the consumer whon ho (hubcs, for any reason, to ui,e gas tram tli purchaser. Soc. t Tho purchaser shall be on titled t collect from each person for whom connection with its mains is made, the cost of making buch comiMtlon und furnishing the neces sary niiterlul and appendages thete for. wlu-h char shall not, how lover. oscaed Tn ($10) dollars if tho connection be on tho sido of the Htreot, alloy, or public way whereon the main in laid; nnd not to exceed Fifteen '(JirO dollara if tho main (lie on the cijipuiite side of tho street SAFELY FIRST ( p' , , 1,1 1 mi ..Ivuli'iiilsand IV ' . . II- i.llil HoMcm 5 . ,, 1 . in-..i.ijtle uaiilu. r .. . . i vr . iuriil, Ky s?m ::::vu: We will nay u reward of C25 for evidence 1 '.di:.,T to iho aire-,t and conviction f '' pen m or persons who !lol i'T r-ill 01 copper wlie from "i" iro.tus nejr Knox Gem Mine. ISiibourvillo Uleoirlc Light Tlent jiid Towcr Co. Ry A. D. nmlth. acncral Managor 0? being moved to tlwi Infirmary later. It Is hoped ho will soon bo o.k. We w.nt a lady or gentleman to handle c! y trade in Uarbourville 1 ,', imnl rltlns. This is a wonderful opportunity as you will he retailing the renuino J. R. wat- klns Produttii including Watlcins Coeoar.nt O'i Shimpoo. Garda Faco Powder, rrui fhlnks nnd over 137 other products. Writo today for froo sHinnlp end inrticulars. The J. R. Watlvlns Co.. C7 Memphis, Tenn. 40-4tp w 1 55 H li.ii '' - " a . " -- m h ;.. iy B " t" TT rz.-7 t W 1 'X .", I m m s, Louiay.iiiE.KY:... -138 n .msr p,m x. . lj.'v,... . : . v t ': a . , moo'ri . r-r j- B m$ri I " aKSRXcfs:-:: I- &j&.-& rtiNS 6 -t .at'w;aWVmBfcMiBrvJi-A c -ww H ? ' I ' . '''" 1' - A. t li- $m:rM 8 '& LFop . I izSuM!LllL&V u a-.. - .." n -- . - - . , a fcis. .5 1 i 1 K TS'h.-C. . Vi SKW-'j - 1 I - - m , t - - i"4 l Was paid iaSie mother of Richard A. Feryuson, the resiik of a small payment for Lite insurance. W-frw-r'", - -xr ffw-yf; Gq,MONWEALTH LlFE INSURANCE GoMPANYv NMS l.l 3 LT1T, SI to Hothal Danlt ol Kontuoky, i.' ," .... i ..-.r . " .J , U3MMONWEALTH LIFE. IMSUKAritu u, vj I niivil!e.,.K.' -j mf'tt rN cv! jay ttfTSa 4r. T C' - ,r n . iY1 rs ,W I. t r 1 Read tho Advocate Ads. Keep Your Blood Pure Sn Summer Many fever epidemics are caused by impuritlos in tho water supply and aro ended only when the water is purified. Llke- vUe, many blood dltordcrt such as cc ma, tttttr, plmpUi, bolls, blackheads, and RhurotUm are.cauted by Impurl tla In tbo blood supply and can bo atopped only when tbcts are driven out. Enrich your blood and keep it pure by takinx 3. S. S. You could have no bct tar bulth Insurance For SpwJat pvokltt or tor indl vidumlmdvici, wlthoutchmtje mite Chief Medical Ad v nor, S.S.S. QoHpep't439, Atlanta, Ga, OetS. S.S. at your druit'tt. S.&S. The Standard Blood Purifier FOR ESTS When in Town Droo in at the Up-To-Date Restaurant We Try To Please Alex -Bullock It Represents bve, Commonsense, Business Ideas How about Vur folks? Are they protected I If not, see us REtj&OLDFlELD, Agents, Cojnonwealth Life Insurance Co. - I Bavbourville, Ky. I ztt!:ai7S aaaaflBBsasEi frttZidM!aWCUai2Bal SCUOOIj IMIi: ASSVUKI) Wa tiro delighted to announco th fiohnol Fair 111 ho I"it oh aisali this vour thru thn biiert;)' of Supt p ii. iieniDlilU and IJatl Mayhow, County AEont. They are to ho con gratulated. This lb ona ot the llneut educa tional eventu or the your and will do more toward un Intelligent Inter est in agriculture among tlm youni, people than any other reaturc. It might almost bo called tho examin ation of Mr. MuyheVa work over the County and wo know that It is flno. stiti'iusM wuimixfi Itohcit O. Smith, bon of II. E. iiUli. and Mlsa Treble MilU. the ugiitor of l'crry Mills of Hi-Land ik, htolj u match on their friends ly 21th when they -went to Jolllco and were married by Rev. Raker. young counlo made their mar n own the middle of last veek , .ave taken an apartment In lkner Building. 'VI r I- 'I ,Tha tluE w tnunv frlnnrls wtlt wish JtheLyery happiness in their new Ilfo. And the Audltnce Snill-d A well-known statistician wan giving Rome statements nbnnt ti mlu Indus try at a public dinner. "These are not my flgun-.s, Indies nnd gentlemen." he Enid. "Tl.ey ore the llurrs of u man who Knows what lie Is rill.liu: about." Determining Height of Mountains. The height of mountains Is ascer tained by barometric observation, thowlng the pressure of atmosphere at the lower and hlglmr leveU. Aa Instrument called the ninuimiln Imroni etcr Is graded etpeclally for this pur pose. It can nUo tin done with h lev ellng Instrument mid lli'oilnllte. but either way reipiire teili'ilral knowledge. i P K K t ..