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fammU f M, NEW SERIES: VOLUME 12; No. 12 BARDOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 ONE DOLLAR AND PIPTY CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE A iHilrmL BRIEFS FROM COMPANY "O" llDth INF., KENTUCKY N. fl. Somo of tho very Important mem- hers of tho company attended aparty bourvlllo and also said that tho bus In Cincinnati last Sunday night and Inoss men of tho younger class failed to reniember tho hour of their should take hold of the development return. You can guess tho rest. 'of tho city ns tho futuro Is theirs. Tho vigilant Clinks keep tho mem- Wo have met with tho comment that bers of the 149th Inf. watching their there's no sticking together In Bar corncrs. bourvllle; that this was done In the Iko Hlnkle has turned to bo the past and that was done and no ono Milton of the Co. He Is now com- took any Interest In the matter. All posing poetry. wo havo to say Is that tho business The 2nd Lieut. T. D. Kauffman Is Interests that cannot stick together acting commander of the Company ought to be ashamed of themselves In tho absence of Capt. n. H. Newltt. and try again. We havo recently He Is such a vigilant commander the witnessed a taking up of now cnter boys do not reatizo tho absence of prises by a fow young men of tho their splendid captain. city which proves what two or three Delmar Jarvls is pining about the can do. If a few more of the younger offlco of tho company seeking a leave minds will get their heads together, of absenco to visit Cincinnati. decide what Is needed In Barbour- Russell Bowman was a visitor to vllle and get It going It will bo then relatives and friends In Latonla on found that It Is easy to work togeth- Tuesday. The buglar of the 149th Inf.. Wm. C. Hughes, has almost learned to blow "chow call." It is rumored he will soon be walking post again. Two boat loads of Ginks, in an cf- fort to blow up the plant, attempted to land on tho banks of tho Licking River but they were very quickly dispersed when the scanning eyes of the boys from Barhourvllle caught sight of them and opened a volley of fire. Tho "Rip Van Winkle" Sgt. E. E. Wyatt said he could not get enough sleep In the barracks and has pro- ceeded to his home station. The boys are hoping that ho may be accom- modated. The boys say that they have eaten so much light bread that they are beginning to look Hungarian. The presence of spuds upon the table causes the boys to have a Harbin told htm Just what to do, he blushing sensation when the spud being unused to legal methods, wagon passes. J Frank told him to take no notice New shoes are now the order of of the mere men In the office, but the day. Jack Hudson is nursing a to go to the lady who Issues licenses corn as a result. for dogs. Teddy hunted up Mrs. Slusher and sidling up to her, he SERVICE AT JAIL said as plainly as a fellow can who ,1ms a dollar bill In his mouth, "How Under the supervision of Rev. do you do. awfully glad to meet John Owen Gross service was held you. Please sell me a license for a at the Jail Sunday, with the Ladles nice little dog we have In our fam Quartette of the Methodist Church i'y." leading the singing which was very ' Mrs. Slusher naturally petted such hearty. Rev. A. A. Ford, the new a polite little fellow and sold him minister of the Christian Church, the license, giving him a dog's tag preached the sermon. TUESDAY CLUB The Tuesday Club mot with Mrs John L. Stanflll on Jan. 9th. with a large attendance. The following pro- gram was given with Mrs. F. D. I Sampson as leader: Eugenics In Relation to Heredity Mrs. F. D. Sampson. Birth Control Conferfence. Mrs Ben C. Herndon. Inheritance of Mental Traits. Mrs. James R. Tuggle. Miss Mildred Murphy gave a read- money order for $1.50 for our home Ing entitled. "The Hammer and the paper. We can't do without It for Corkscrew." , It keeps us posted as to what Is go- Visitors present wero Mrs. S. T. Ing on around Barbourvlllo and else Davidson. Miss Mildred Murphy, where . So send It right on. Miss Mabelle Heger and Miss Blanch I Recpectfully, Whlttlngton. ' Mrs. D. W. Beets. DAD'S THE GOAT You know him. You have all met hlin, big, generous. In-art imI, lianl-vtoiklng, sacrificing "dail." He wants to sec Ills children educated, vwints unit her iind tho Kills to have nice clothes, wants to give (lie bojs n htait In life, and it keeps his noso to the grindstone from year's end to jour's end, He is in the treadmill now and tliero is no stopping. But suppose he had commenced in joutli to sate a little, only u little each week, uliat u help that money would bo to lilm now. Young: man, you may be u dad some day yourself. Better begin savins now. Use our bank. v Honor Roll Bank We Pay 4 on Certificates of Deposit FIRST NATIONAL BANK BAItBOURVlLLE. KENTUCKY CAPITAL PAID IN FULL fBO.000.00 SURPLUS FUND $30,000.00 WHY NOT A KIWANA? Two weeks ago wo suggested that a ICiwana Club bo started In Bar er. By that time somo of the otder heads may come to the belief that life Is not ended for them and will Join in. There is no use dying from the neck up until the grim reaper comes along. A Kiwana Club would te the best means of getting togeth- er. We trust ono will bo started. TEDDY PAYS HIS OWN TAX Mrs. D. W. Sluslier bad one of the nicest taxpeyers slio has ever met to pay her a visit Monday. His name is Teddy Harbin and he knows lots of things, among them how to ap- proach a lady and worm his way In to her affections. Teddy entered the County Clerk's office carrying a dol- Inr bill for a dog license for a dog the family owns. As he carried the dollar bill In his mouth, be had noth- Ing to say, but he waited till Frank to prove that the family dog was a person of consideration. Teddy I then smiled as a dog can when pleas ed and gave Mrs. Slusher to under stand he had enjoyed the little Joke of buying a license for himself, then took Frank home, - He From Mississippi I Prentiss. Miss., Jim. 10th, 1922. Mr. Fred Burman, Publisher of the Mountain Advocate. Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find P. O. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF Till: FIRST NATIONAL RANK The First National Bank has np pointed tho following Board of Dl rectors for tho year 1922: J. M. Robslon, F. R. Darner, C. C. American College Association, was Smith, John M. Tlnsley, Dr. Sam made Vice-President of tho Metho Bonnett, Noah Smith, James W. Wil- dlst Collego Association which met son, Robert W. Colo, L. M. Cole, before the meeting of the American Sawyer A. Smith, J. D. Tuggle. , College Association. Ho was also ,put on a commission with four other AFTF.RNOON SEWING Last Thurcday afternoon about fifty ladles wero summoned by Mrs. Robert W. Cole and Mrs. Bassett MInton to come and bring their sew ing to the home of the tatter In order to spend tho hours together. There was much chatting as fingers put In dainty stitches. All were do- lighted to bo with Mrs. Cole again after her recent Illness. Dainty refreshments of Ices, cakes cotfeo and candles, were served by Miss Roberta Cole, Miss Mary Agnes Heldrlck, Mrs. Olbbs Lusk, Mrs. W. S. Hudson. ARE YOU CLEANLY A fow generations back our fore- Sunday School at 9:45. Every fathers waited for summer when the member of thfe, school should remem rlver water was warm to take their ber the announcement of last Sun annual bath. In theso modern times day and make a special effort to everybody bathes and changes their bring another person, under garments at least once a week At 11 o'clock, the pastor, Rev. J. and then call themselves cleanly. Owen Gross, will preach. Subject, But how about your outer cloth- "Tl10 n,ch -F0"1-" Ing? How about that dark suit that Epworth League at 6 P. M. comes in contact with all the dirt u was announced last Sunday and dust of the street? Just because that there wou,d be no ""vices at It Is dark and does not show the dirt our church this coming Sunday even and germs Is no reason you should lne and that we wol,ld attend the wear it until it begins to smell, revival at the Baptist Church. Bro. Every suit should be cleaned at least A1Ien statcd Wednesday that ho ap onco a month. The Barbourvlllo Predates the friendly spirit of co Steam Laundry will do It The Right operation but yet felt that It was an Way for $1.50. Pressing 50cts. nwIse move to call lii the services Just call up Phone 34 and your suit slnce Uielr auditorium will not ac wlll come back the next day sweet commodate the Sunday crowds, and clean. ' At the suggestion of Bro. Ford CANNERY FOR BARBOrilVILLE Wo are glad to learn that there Is a project on foot to put a cannery In Barbourville for the benefit of those who put it In and also for the farmer who raises truck. About a year ago we were ap proached by an outside concern which wanted to sell a cannery to some citizen and take an Interest In it. The trouble was that, on Inves tigation by the editor, the Interest was velvet over and above the cost flf llio nl.nnt T M,or r,l i, concern wanted to sell the plant at a regular price and retain half the stock which with a little of the re mainder they could have picked up would have given them possession of the business. It is understood a local man may put In a cannery and ns on the pre vious occasion mentioned, the Ad vocate went to the trouble of lining up tomato growers and found a suf ficient number of them eager to get :i cannery started, we are sure that the same men will again sign up for acreage If a plant Is assured. Not only would a cannery find tomatoes profitable, but It could can corn, sweet potatoes, beans, berries, peaches, etc. If this project Is broached to the citizens, tie trust It will have their undivided support. A cannery can be,a remarkablo help financially and In time would help make Knox County u trucking center of note, J Buckwheat Cakes J OR K. T. FRANKLIN HONORED Wo are Informed by Rev. J. O. Gross that Dr. E. T. Franklin, who returned Sunday from Chicago , where ho attended a meeting of tho .promlneno educators of tho Metho dist Church to study the religious programs In the Methodist colleges and make recommendatons. CHRISTIAN CHURCH January 112, 1922 The minister, Arthur A. Ford, will preach at 11:00 o'clock. Subject: "Jesus Finds a Man." There will be no service In this church in tho evening but wo will attend the Union service at tho Mcth odlst Church at 7 o'clock. Bible School will meet as usual at 9:45 A. M. METHODIST SERVICES and with the approval of Dr. MInton, we are announcing Union Evange- llstlc service at the Methodist Church this coming Sunday evening at 7. Special music and Inspiring congre- gational singing. The preacher will u announced Sunday morning from the different churches. HIPPODROME THEATRE, CORI1IN Will I'it On Jan. Vaudeville .'t-2t-25 Slioiv The Shannon Stock Company, one ' e uiggesi ami uusi vauuovuie 'Teams ln tl,e country. aPPer at uio nippourome ineaire, uoroin, January 23-24-25. giving a fresh bill nightly. Barhourvllle people who want a good laugh should be there on any of the above dates mentioned. BASKET BALL RESULTS I Thursday of last week Union Col lege won over Johnson Bible College. 32 to 20. Prlflnv. -Inhnami C.nWnira . . onnotl ,n , fi ., ve m,mUes extn'y , meak tho tlo at the end of the game. Satur - day. Union College Academy took a double header from Williamsburg High School. Monday of this week tha, faculty put It over tho Sophs of the Academy 34 to 19. On Tuesday night between 10 and 11 o'clock there was an earthquake shock which was felt by many of our citizens. fc WHAT WHISKEY .MEANS FROM A COURT STANDPOINT Tho Harlan Enterprise In its last Issue gave a list of 257 Indictments returned In one week alone. Of these, 175 weno liquor cases, 63 wero for carrying concealed weapons or shooting on a public highway, leaving 19 other offences to bo tried. JITNEY SERVICE INSTALLED Tho Brush Creek Jitney Bus Com - pany has put an electric 20 passen ger coach Into Bervlco on the Cum berland Railroad. Tho schedule will bo announced In the Advocate when completed. This will prove a big convenience to people up this line. LYCEUM NUMBER Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Winters of Indlanola, Iowa, who filled the Lyceum number at Union College Monday night, simply held their au dience from start to finish. The dc bonnalr good humor of both artists, their fine talent along their whole line of entertainment, proved excep tionally pleasing. Tho whistling of Mrs. Winters In which she Imitated the birds was different from any thing over heard previously In Bar bourvllle. The whole performance received unstinted applause. BREAKFAST WHEEZES Or Qunr Happenings Around Town The Advocate offlco cat created a scandal by licking his paw. Jim York, one of our most peace ful citizens, was observed flourishing a razor at the throat of K. F. Davis Monday. Frank Catron's car ran over the street Tuesday, but fortunately there were no casualties. Dr. Allen and Dr. Martin were heard beating the devil this week. Godfrey Parrott licked a stamp Friday Mack Hammons, of the City Res taurant. Is so tender hearted that tears came to his eye3 when he cut an onion Thursday. H. C. Miller kindly insured a man against having a fire while H. M. Oldlield Insured another against dy ing. Rev. A. A. Ford and Rev. J. Owen Gross were both in Jail Sunday. W. M. DIshman hit a golf ball last week. Dr. E. T. Franklin Insists upon class distinction at U. C. altho he upholds national democracy. . Gov. James D. Black overstepped l,,c is m iiiuiineiy recently ana trod on n fellow citizen's shadow. L. L. Richardson took a brick to a poor fellow who wanted to talk house. Dan Herndon mixed his drinks Wednesday. 'Miss Laura Hayes kindly fitted a hat of hers on another lady Monday. Both of our banks aro full of In terest. The curious may learn all about It. .Miss Gladys Steele of the Jones Hotel, presented several guests with ROOd sized bills as mementoes of their stay WORK FOR DOLLARS Be Sure These Same Dollars Work For You We Will Pay You 4 Interest On All Time and Saving Certificates THE VICTORY SAVINGS ACCOUNT Backed by THE NATIONAL BANK OF JOHN A. BLACK And THE COMMONWEALTH LIFE INS. COMPANY. Makes 3aving easy while ycu live and protects your loved ones if you die. Start your account at once. We have programs for 500. and $1,000. savings or even larger if you desire. Open the account and you are assured of your goal if you live, and your loved ones are assured of your aim being-reached if you die. If you live you win. If you die, your estate wins. Come in and let us explain this TWO IN ONE proposition. The National Bank of John A. Black BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. S, F. Kelley, with her hus band, Rev. S. F. Kelley, celebrated her seventy-fifth birthday Thursday, January 12th, by serving a chicken dinner and all tho good things that go with such a meal. Thoso present wero: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pitman and daughter Mrs. C. N. Sampson, Mrs. II. R. Kelley and daughters Miss Sadie, and Mrs. Russ Faulkner with her little sonJunlor, and Miss . Sarah Kolley, a grand daughter from Augusta, Ky. Mrs. Kelley is enjoying very good health, doing her own housework and finding some time to do fancy work.crochet, knitting and piecing quilts. Not being able to hear very well she finds great pleasure In her work and reading. May alio enjoy many more happy birthdays. NOT GUILTY Tho Jury which tried the cases against Jim Stivers, Pitt Stivers, John Burchell and Ted Marcum, all charged In connection with with the shooting of Deputy J. C. Coldlron at Lynch In July, brought In a ver dict of not guilty, Friday. Attor neys for the State wero Judgo W. P. Hall and Commonwealth Attorney B. B. Golden. For the defence Cot. James D. Black and Judge Gilbert, of PInevllie. According to the Har lan Enterprise, the legal battle on both sides was brilliant. The cases against the defendants charging them with the murder of Policeman W. R. Holcomb and Carl Fulton at tho time Coldlron was kill ed were continued to the 7th day of next term of court. .IACKSON-IIAMPTON Clarence R. Jackson and Miss Bertha Gerdnler Hampton were quietly married Dec. 29th at the home of the Rev. J. H. Blackburn. The bride Is one of Knox County's best educators and a very charming young lady. Mr. Jackson is one of the business men of the town. He Is at present connected with A. W. Hopper's store but until recently has been engaged In the oil business In Johnson County. We wish them many years of hap piness. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NAT'L BANK OF JOHN A. BLACK The following have been elected directors of the National Bank of John A. Black for 1922: John A. Black, Gov. James D. Black. J. R. .Miller, W. R. Marsee, Dr. Crit Jones. S. H. Jone3. L. L. Richardson. V. R. Lay, A. J. Cro ley, Capt. B. B. Golden. A. M. Dec ker. .MARRIAGE LICENSES Frank Smith and Lizzie Anderson, Elys. Lee Riley and America Swofford, Fount. J. E. Baker. Flat Lick, and Maggie Warren, Mills.