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, j. fc THE ADVOCATE FRKD flURMAN EDITOn ' JENNIE MrDHRMID DURHAN APSQOtATI! EDITOR issued weakly by The Mountain Advof.aU- Publishing Co., at BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY Knlerc. I tho Post Offlco at Dar- bourvllia ivt , ns ""nnd-class mall matter. ( U'lAIi ORGAN OP THE RE- I'URUOAN I'AUTV Vi KNOX COUNTV 8UDSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly In ndvanco) One Year $1.60 8U Months J 0.7 6 Any ltemn Intended for publication should roaoh this office not later than Wednesday or we will bo forced to carry A over for the coming week. MUliK IJOOTLiKGdER CAPTURED Kipling says "the mule is but a mule," but Deputy Russ Baker proved Friday that a mule may also bo a bootlegger. At any rate, the mule, whoso antecedents oro un known to us, but which has strayed from the straight and narrow way, has been found guilty of carrying and transporting the festive moon shlno and Judge R. S. Rose will make an order for its salo into hard labor as n result. A gun was discharged In what Is known as "Jackson County Fair Ground" adjoining the Knox County Fair Ground and Deputy Baker went thither tp see who tho sport might be. Ho had gono or mixed with the crowd of gentloraen who wore busy outpointing each other at tho thril ling gamo of horso trading. Standing pensively under a trco and wearing that nlr or sublime In Hoceneo which so often masks the raes of n Mhiicr. stnmt a mule, On its back With a i-ncK tlmt had a IfUlt Jar Container uppfafiUlflfe blhi fife fiuly UHhi-r lifntni tit Irivgilifcalo Willi h pocket lilWe He wlia re waHi8a fdr ItntlHK n suspicious 11 fi' turd with h Kiiiiuii una c half of te&l mountain dww which stoshfcd tround in the jars when the mule swung at a fly on or near his tall piece. The bootlegger was brought to town and impounded. Up to the time of going to press the prisoner has made no statement, but has pre served a contemptuous silence except for an occassional derisive bray. Whether the act of the mule is one of natural depravity or associ ation with othpis who have led the trusting animal astray, we leave the readei to kuosb. but ignorance of the law is no excuse and the poor brute will bo sold for his sins. ORDIN'ATIOX Rev J C Bright, of Macon, Ga., is to be ordained to the full work of the Go3pel Ministry Sunday, Sept. 11 th at 10- -15 a m., at the Bar hourvillp Raptlst Church Tho fol lowing b-i'thorii hao. been Invited to n-;lst In the ordination: Rev. J. T Siduppr. J H. Blackburn, J. H. Caleb'- J C. Hembree, L E. Curry, D Eclair Allen. Evangelist Mays. Rov, Bright will occupy the pul pit at tho evening hour. ("HAS. BAYS PASSES Death canib to Chas. Bays Tues dax Aug 30th, at the home of his son Deceased, who was 73 years, 1 mouth and 27 days, was a retired farmer und Baptist preacher. Four years ago when Whitley and Knox had one Representative, he ran and was elected. Several children survive. The fun oral was held at Bays graveyard, September 1st. DIXIE I XV FOR S.ILK OK REXT Owing to the condition of my wife's hilth I am forced to either sell or leaso The Dlxlo Inn In order to tako lier away for treatment. Seo James Lewis Dixie Inn, for terms. 43-4tp SKIN "ROUBLES May Defy Lotions & Ointments Eczema, tetter and similar affec tions should be treated through the blood. Outside applications offer only temporary relief. The thing- to use is S. S. S. the stand ard blood purifier, which has suc cessfully relieved such troubles tor over 50 years. For Special Booklet or toe indi vidual advice, withoutchatte, write Chief Medical Adrnor, SSS. Co.,Dep't 431, Atlanta, Cj. Get S. S. S. at your dtu'iiit. LWWm tama tesco Broken Lense Duplicated Framed and Mounting Carofully Adjusted x T. TL BYRD Registered Optometrist and Optician gFlrst Door East of Post Office i.Barbourville, Ky. ,:Limitc.i:to correction fittinq or Proper Glosses ctof lJ)osiRlit by On' i ' - ' Practice of Defects; MNRMMWe?UAMV THE SALARY LEVER Will Be Under Your Control When You Have Completed Our Course In ' Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting Mrs. Alice Vernon, Book keeper for L. & N.'Y. M. C. A. Corbin, writes, "Dear Mr. Bunnell: Since taking a Draughon Course in Bookkeeping under your instruction my salary has been more than doubled. I am well pleased with the Course." Miss CleoSiler. Stenograph er, Stewart Dry Goods Co., Louisville, Ky. writes: "Dear Mr. Bunnell: The course in Shorthand I took under your instruction last year has been all and even more than you claimed for it. 1 am more than satisfied with tho Course and the po sition it has secured for me" BARBOURVILLE BUSINESS SCHOOL C. E. Bunnell, Principal. Suits, i Coats, Dresses which is a feature to be - These Suits, Coas and Dresses arc of the very latest mode. They may safely be vorii by the up-to-date woman, Who Wishes to feel "just right" in dress. . The quality is excellent too, which is a consideration in Suit, Coat and Dress material. Stylish clothes should not be shoddy. We have too many good judges of what is good in our midst. .PRICES ARE REASONABLE, considered. Prices arc really within reach of Everybody. ah iiai t AiTimn f I un nun ukuuim Mohammedans Venerate Sanc tuary in Jerusalem. fradllleni or Aot nd Profound Myi dry 8urrundlno the Fjimoui dome ef Rick. 'ilik MMiAbilMtMluu MMnrtUnrr ! JifuwlUa ti ide Mount ut AuiAUm'M fciiit fchflfl'u hntrlflivft echoes Uw frttiiVr wt knu.iiiaa's tumjiio Unit GiUfi btuui) III llmt UOftllCy, wU J. r. BolmUtim In Aela Mftffscxlno. With Uu littlcsd esroonii o: tooy, It bruended curtains, Its stalnod claim and uu:ilc In their somewhat faded glory, the dome of the rock stands In the soli tude of the 6flcred precinct llWe one of those places hewn of n single opal or turquoise we read of In oriental fairy tales. Approaching It, the Sloslem pilgrim has to observe a strict ceremonial. As ho enters he puts his right foot for ward, begging pardon for his sins and Invoking God's mercy. WalLInc lound the rock, ho must keep It on liN rijtht hand, reversing the -process followed when making the circuit of tho Knuba at Mecca. Hefore proceeding to the cave underneath, he must probe his heart nnd strive for humility of spirit, uttering the prayer of Solomon I "Oh God, forgive those who lurte sinned and relieve the Injured I" lie firmly believes that the rock Is supported by a palm tree rooted In one of the fair rhers of paradise, the tree In the shade of which the beau tiful, martyred A&la, wife of Pharaoh, and Mlrias, the sister of Moses, will slake the thirst of tho Faithful on the day of resurrection. After paying his respects to the dome of the rock, to Its "tongue" (n broken column, slanting to the roof of the cave), to the marks of the An gel Gabriel's fingers and to the sword of AM, Mahomet's vullant son-in-law,, lie visits the other ihriues of the IIolj Enclosure. There, in the heart of Jerusalem, nre the dome of the as cent, where the prophet was lifted up when starting on his henenly Jour ney, and the dome of the chain. The chain that used to hang down from Its celling whs supposed to bo pit sessed of miraculous properties. When ever a Judge had to decide 1. a dithcult case between litigants who supported their conlllotlng clulni'' by contradictory statements, he ttniis ferred his tribunal hither nnd lmlted them to touih the links of the (litiln while repeating their nsserthmi. Then tho truth came to light, for the fluilii could easily be hel.ed by the er:i clous, but eluded the grasp of (he In iquitous who tried by falsehood to gel the hesit of his opponent. One day, Iiowout, tho oracle was battled by a man accused of having borrowed money without pajlng It back. Now, he Kept this money con cealed in ii hollow staff which lie asked the plaintiff to hold for him while he, too, gripped the cit.iln su cur ing that tho sum ho owed had been returned. The bystanders nianoled greatly at the chain's failure to un ravel tho mystery of wich clashing tes timony, und soon afterward the wonder-working chain disappeared be cause, tradition s-ajK, It began to despair of sustaining Its reputation for persplcnclty among n population mi full of fraudulent resources. nation of l"t 'value that It seenw les i 111.0 inoiii' than tnagle. You can j.rt ! n line dinner .it Tlills for ten cent. I nnd loom rent In the best hotel for $1 a month. The IlnMicrlkl have mined Georgia. They have killed industry and mule nnd consequently tho value of the na tive ruble The swarms of refugees from lluflrt luivo told their most pre cious powxMoith In TlfllN niprUiiiiit fur fouri titul clothing, until tho stores or tho city hnvi! hoctiine slocked Willi illMiiniHK ami pi-nils unit till kind of pivoioiis thliieo which wi' pnld tnr ptiflniiiH wilh ti pll of bwiiifl tie h piil i- of diK-hn.' yiv Vciik Ijiiiithii rAl. One IntervlftW 111 110 Vt'ir. Tho Hulul T.(imn of I imsn In Tibet has Just given an interview to un elec trical engineer. This is the first time that a I.atna has talked with a Kitro pcnii In 110 years. Lhasa Is on n plur tea u. 11,000 feet high which Is per haps desirable as sanitation Is non existent. Tibet seems to want tele graphic communication with the out side world and there nre taint signs of an industrial awakening. Mr. I'alr ley. a telegiaph eiigltieer. had an au dience with "His Holiness," win pniM'd to be l.liicll.v nnd er. lniiil-l-the lie also l-lted the Tlhetmi count II called the "Ouiuil of Shapes." A twihli lour iiiiii-o luncheon fol lowed Scientific Ameilmn. You will also be Interested in ouv Hue ol jg. Van-Raalte Silk Hosiery ?i It li all standard quality. . p l Miss Laura Hayes gaycCTjaaaggy3tftaswaaia8SsJaM itimm3i.yj Rcsmrw,xt jaxasa.'aka-Timf tsm. Grapffrult Has nival, nvpeilimntal Fc-Initlsts In the Ito partmmt of Agriculture lmVe succcs-i fully pimlurtMl the tanrelo. ;i cro-s be-, tween the tnnsenm. an 1 the gtape- fruit. l l mill to be iire tentlet tlian Ither. .Mid u have all the Julc eiilleliii the J.'.i!iffnilt without I tie t -ult vi ti tl' lute the inee of tin, .l.n.' I'lllll'illllllti''" IH'ICll Wllt'll ttio' gllip Mu : Is slllt' etitll. Incroafo Cca Safety. l.lfebiit ihlMl . ile'crlbocl nud Illus trated In Popular Medmnlcs JIaga 7lne, nte mi dc-lgntd that one man, by, turning u ininU,can lo.cr u boat with ease. They are now being Installed on a number of ocean liners, gieatlyi Incieaslng tho potential safety of sea, trael as well as the comfort or pas sengers. If use of the boats becomes necessary. The one until: operates both the outward swing of the d.tvlt and the falls. Kpisiusp of the tin prowmitit In ca'o nf lowering, larger lifeboats can be v.M'd, with moio com-' modlous storage space for fresh wa ter and pioWsIons. ' A Would-Be Auditor. Well, what did ou think of my noting? asked nn amateur plajer of n truthful hut dlplonmtlc member of the audience. "I can say tills." replied the spec tator frankly. "I have a friend who I am confident would have glon ?."0fl to hsio' heard you." "Who is It?" asked tho embryo Ilooth. highly pleased. j "Well. ou wouldn't know him Hut he's dent as a post." American I Legion Weekly. IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at -"Ok.' WG&& vp r fc-7fc I -...a- Standard for Over Fifty Year: Gem Are Cheap In Tills. If you wiftit to buy n cjuart of dia monds for it dollar or two, go toTIflls. Tlfils Is tho capital of Georgia, ono of tho new republics that luno risen lu the Caucasus on the rtilns of the Itus elan empire. The value of tho Goorglan ruble Is worth hardly ny thing at all. Hut tho dollar has such ebjuspinji 1mrci1t5j11i.aqvscr.-lft thi I i J I ,,B7"t I ; , 1 1 I i, I h I C.I I LI S SOLO trAH OBUil STOkll Vs,sai..v.-tijy2r3' L'ATONIA (Convenient to Cincinnati) Sept' 3rd to Oct; 8th Ltito'iia Handicap, $5,0CX) added, for 3-year-olds and upward, one mijc .'rid a sixteenth, buturday, September 3. AutunMi llanilicap, S5.000 added, for 3-year-olds and upward, six fm longs, Monday, September 5. CtAing'rn Handicap, ?5,000 a'dded, for 3-year olds and ttpwaid, one mile and three-sixteenths, Saturday, September 10. , Kurt 'i liomas Handicap, $5,000 added, 2-year-olds, six furlongs, Saturday, September 17. Latonia Championbliip Stakes, $15,000 added, for 3- year-olds, one mile nd tin ee-quarters," Saturday, Sep tember 17. Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for 3-year-olds and upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, Sep tember 24. Queen City Handicap. $10,000 added, for 2-year-olds, one mile. Saturday, )cloler 1. I.atonia Cup, $7,51)0 added, for 3-year-olds and up ward, two miles and c quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and a correspondingly liberal pol icy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the interebts of horsemen and public alike. The Fall Meet ing at Latonia has attracted the best horses in training. Any dayVprograni will be worth traveling miles to sec. KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB INCOKPORATfcn LATONIA, KY., COURSE waxa3soia2aaHWArwtrrrjrrwNrn ctuccnrsj9A2a&uasci W Ui .--f m L TmXJLut l".r r'tJn I'Jtniiiiloni He. . - i. J-ilrt.'i Cstiw . s ,i:io- ClussiOed Ads Tho homo of Dr. V. II. Minion. wiiTiri ihmkict n iiOTiitinoojcil cr,rn eiisntu KiaunTCjC3..DfH.0-D. I.ul ' i.t . . l'irni l-'or S.iln Most any also from 40 Acres up. Writo seo nio at n,,rrl,1i Tv'v n Olllliiiii. f!i rrlcll. ii CcillBgo St.. oppoglte Union Col- j;UI1tuclcy. -U-ttp logo. Is offoied for salo 1 In. Uuli, Tim linma rf Tlr 'A' 'II Dr. A. L. l'arher. who U equipped Mnt0l on Collego street 0,,pogIlo to Und tho aaut of trouble in thoiuhon Coljege. rogtis o( teeth with his X-ray ma-' china, will, If desired, extract teeth New Suits at England's. Prices under gas. tf 'right. Styles up-to-dato. Tor Kent Furnished Room. En quire at Advocate Office. Dr. A. L. Parlcer new li.is his X ray machine nicely lu lulled In a prettily furnished room with uury convenience for those who m.iU to havo the roots of their teeth exam ined, if l'or Sale " Good Smoked Coun try Hums. Mrs. Robert V. Colo Agents W.intcd We want a lady or ecntleniau ngent to bundle city trade In Daibourville and cither a cant cities. This lo a vcnderful op portunity as you will he retailing tho gonulin) J. U. WutUlns Products including Watklns Cocmuut Oil Phaniiiu, (Jaida Pace Powder, Fruit Diinhs and over 137 other products. V, ilte today for free sample and par ticulars. The J. R. Watklns Co., CS Memphis, Tenn. 4o-4tp Dusy! Busy all the time, r.as Mrs. England Trade good all the tlmo. I'"or Silo 1 G-passenger Ilord In good shape, $J75 00 Cm hu seen ut Youngs Garage, Gray3 SO-Tt? Own a Hiunswlcl: It will please jou. AH tho lateit up-to-dato re leased records at Ilawn Drug Store. Found A lady's brown oxford shoo, outside tout uhow. It is at the Aihocato ofllce. Tor local nev3 read the Mountain Aihocate. P.ir Salt Tho home of Dr. W. E. Mlntou. tyiposlto Union College. Slalo Help Wanted 4,500 Wat kins men are making nionoy selling 17C btuudarJ nationally advertised products direct from manufacturer to" farmer. Why be idje? Here's your life chanco. If you own team or auto, aro under GO and can give bond we start you with big stock of goods ull farmers need. N'earliy ter ritory open. J. R. Watklns Co , Dept. 112, Wlnoml. Minn. 44-4p For Salo 'Flue Jersey Cow. See John II. Lawson. 4 2-2t I.ot At the Fair Grounds Thurs. Sept. Ut, l.idy'ii small plain gold wrist watch with black wrist band. Finder pleas.o return to Mountain AUvocuuo Oillco and receive reward. When you trade at England-you get the worth of your money. If you need large wrapping paper "" call at the Advocate office. 1 nsa-r.5i -j-.r-xjssxsjlau.