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. w w ni i Imp Druggist Is More Than A Merchant Try The Drug Store First THE HERNDON DRUC CO. INC. oonhIdbh TIIE DIUJGGIBT He Is Tjiorc than a merchant collcgotralncd scientist, nn Indis pensable guardian of health, a man whose life-work Is the safety and pleasure of his community. In ap preciation, why not make this your motto: ''Always Try the Drug Store First" 7 M MMtMiMBMBMWWBIMWBPWWlWMWWWiMWWMMWwMM,WMMMMMiMMWWMMMMiMMMMMIIMMMM" '"' "' . ,mmm Personal Mention Don't forget to register or you cannot roto. J. W. DIanton, of Glbbs, spent Monday In town. V. A. Haney, of Trospor, attend ed lodge here Saturday. Oblo Bargo, prominent merchant of Scalf, was In town Monday. You may be a cltlren, but you can not yote unless you register. D. Glrdner, of Belle Jelllco, was In town Monday. A. J. Campbell, of Artemus, was hero on business Monday. was In Harlan last E. W. Congloton Is In town buy ing coal for the Atlas Coal & Coke Company of Chicago. Jim Miles Is busy on the band . Geo. Ilelaford Is now running the stand and we shall shortly have con- Boone Trail bus to Corbln and will certs do luxe. I make trips by appointment cither to , Corbln, Dishman springs or oiner locations. When you want to have a picnic In the country call 234 and get the bus. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith and ,, n.vld Petrle has returned son Jlmmle are visiting relatives ff0m a vglt t0 Danville, Ky. While and friends at Shenandoah, Va. there ghe nearjy iost her fe while in nverv community thcro are , , ,. -t-. eh people who have been wonderfully carrica out by the current and was restored to health by taking Teniae regcueQ by a Boy Scout after going Cut-nate-Drug Store. Jdown tw,ce she )B not anx0us to G. L. Dickinson & Co. sold off 36 t'T u "Bain. lots In London Monday and will sell Qordan Catron, of San Francisco, 208 lots the Andy Lee property ,Ca, ( who enu8ted as a ship builder at Corbln Saturday week. jat the beginning of the war, Is here Miss Lulu Riley Is massecrlng 'on a visit to bis parents Mr. and I flies a la fly swatter at the Star .". J. n. uawon. ne is me jqu..6 U. j i- ....-i it,i. ..avn'est of eight boys all of whom are Evelyn Sproule Is spending the Bx dayg 0f jie to a squash spot. I living, summer with iher father, Judge C. Allan Tuncle returned last week a. sp.. .,.,.. e, .,.-; s sr ss ;:r.s ..."Jx wh:. ,. M . . Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moore and fara- where he went ln the interests of member of the orchestra of Fror. ily enjoyed a chicken dinner with Unlon college. c- E- AhIer wnIch recently made a u. .. ,- m, rt Mr, J. t. Henson Sunday. I tour. Prof Anier was nere mis wee xaiBa uiuru nujvo uo u ..., .. --- - . -- -. Sam Cawn week. Mrs. Ion Carroll Is hero from Bowling Green. Mrs. Fannie Sampson spent Sun day with her sister ln Corbln. D. W. Llckllter, of ' Trosper, was here Monday buying roofing and porch post for his home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Faulkner, of Nashville, Tcnn., are here for a few days. M. Sherman, of Baltimore, one of the proprietors of the New Tork Store, Is here this week. John Catron, Jr., of Corbln, was , 'with his eousln Bert Catron, Jr., as J. D. Partln, of Artemus, was ln ,agt town Monday. H. F. Campbell, of Middle Fork, Richland, waa trading here Monday. J. W. Hughes and family visited ln Pinevllle Sunday. neat sign painted on her windows. Miss Kate Green Is assisting MIbs Laura Hayes for the summer. Benjamlne spent London visiting Mrs. Lyman 11, the week end In relatives. Levi Bennett of Bailey Switch, who Is operating a coal mine on Bush Creek, waa here Monday. Born to Mr. and Mra. Reese Dix on, of Bailey Switch, a boy, W. E., June 5th. J. C. Jarvls, postmaster of Jarvls Store, attended to business here on Monday. Mrs. Robert Asher. of Cincinnati, Is visiting ln Pinevllle and will lat er visit relatives here and spend some time at Diaaman Springs. rtr TV Edrnr Allen and Dr. L. E. VUI tr Allan Prof. Ahler is E. V. Bargo, of Flat Lick, waB In Cnrry -went to Atlanta, Ga., Monday delighted with his work at Locust town Monday looking as pleasant t0 meei witn tbe Home Mission Grove Military Institute, Ga., and Board. will return there next year. P. D. Black, C. H. Gibson and T. ; jlas Myra Johnson Is the guest E. Wilson were ln Pinevllle Sunday ot jhb8 Mary McDermott at the B011 Springs. On Tuesday evening a very as ever. Wilson Bros, have painted their store on the inside and It certainly Improves the looks ot It. Charlie West mowed tae Court House yard Monday. It looks very trim now. G. H. Mays returned Friday from a trip to Hatard. He went to Harlan Monday on business. W. M. Logan, of Jelllco, Tenn., visited K. F. and J. Will Davis last Friday. If you feel half sick, tired and worn out It is nature's warning. Avoid a breakdown by taking Tan lac. Cut Rate Drug Store. and took a turn around the course which Is a dandy. nleasant party was enjoyed among t . ..j . the guests being Miss Roberta Cole, Last Sunday being Children's Day a "..,. . ,, at the Methodist Church the child, "-.",.n p-. ren sang "My Old Kentucky Home".-'- COOL SHOES Light, Comfortable Clothes f o r Ladles For Young Men Nice, New Silk Shirts Neat, Knit Ties at THE STAR STORE At prices that will please any fair minded person. -Dress up Bo up-to-date-Look your part. You can't do it in cheap, sloucby clothes. Be somebody and look the part. We try our best to please the BEST THE STAR STORE I 1 COMING All Next Week Milt Tolbert's Big Tent Show Bigger, Better & Grander Than Hwr Before Ir. D. McDade and Henry Cole. I Mrs. Carrie Dltkinson returned Sunday from a six months' visit to I her two dauchters. Mrs. Robert Joe Newman, wife and baby, of Asher, in Cincinnati, where she re Dayton. Ohio, are spending two malned two moths and the remalnd , . L..u - .-., m. nM w of the time with Mrs. O. C. McClung wetsits wim .a,. uu .. -w. , , in BUlier reira. Mr. mi; wii - . .l tm tinmn In Pntlpr ROme Sunday a ifim ,hp loft havlnr been In School at Brush Creek Sunday and sonth America two years. . i..i. .). i taugnt a Dig ciass 01 mue on ion lag dinner with George Meeks. very prettily. Mr. and Mrs. James Miles were in London Saturday on business. Newman, parents of the former. K. F. Davis attended Prof. G. Brittain Lyttle, who is a M, nAiinmnitfitiAfi RnanlHh scholar. nnn't lose hoDe. Tanlac has help- . B,-ftn, on ntTr tn teach that ed thousands who had almost Given , ,n Cincnnatt. His pupils up in despair. Try it. Cut-Rate- . . t0 g Becured the ser Drug Store. I vices of one who not only speaks Charlie Mitchell has begun a con-'spanish flawlessly but who also has prete block opera house on Dishman Street which will accomodate 700 people. Miss Roberta Cole, who has been attending the College of Music ln Cincinnati, arrived home Monday to spend the summer. 1 . Aim Vi!b- a nrst nana Knowieuge ui i" " tory and literature of the country which left such a deep Impress on the Americas. Wm. Marshall is building his gar age on .his lot In the Dishman and Dickinson addition of concrete brick C c o o H to o o c 3 o 3 1-hiPh ho makos richt on the cround Word from Mrs. R. N. Jarvls is to 'un eliminating hauling expense. ine eueci inui duo . .. intse urivno ac ia.i..j ....-,., --- Putnam are doing splendidly and sIze of ordinary brick and a rich getting acquamiea. concrete grey mat prouuees u ci . . ., pleasing effect when built up wun Dr. A. L. Parker motored toward "a " Poplar Creek Sunday but did not " """ get there on account ui mo -uuu.- tion of the roads. AVENUE NEWS C. H. Botner. coal operator of Horse Creek, passed thru the city T - nn.tn,1 rwamn nf hall SlindaV Corbln defeated Barbourvllle by a I Saturday enroute for Grays score of 8 to 7. Tno local ooys am the trip by Jitney bus. BLL BOY PAGE MR. CARELESS! Wireless for you Sir! TO MR. U. R. CARELESS, BARBOURVILLE, KY. This will inform you that I am ready to insure that property of yours. Safety first! H. C. MILLER Agent The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. Phone 105 Barbourville, Ky. Reese Golden was in Pinevllle on Friday. While there he heard Union College Quartette which sang before a good bouse. Clarence Swearlngen attended tho June convention of the H. J. Heinr Company ln Cincinnati Friday and Saturday. Bill K. Thomas, of Jarvls City, was In town Saturday on important business. Eugene Hale, of Flat Woods, Jar vis City, is again logging. Ramon Jarvls has accepted a pos ition as sawdust clerk after a circu lar saw at the Grlndstaff saw mill. Ester Dozier is treating his house 'to a nice coat of paint. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Minor were . guests In the home of Gov. and Mrs. Sheriff J. M. Carnes believes In a James D. Black during the meeting g00d under pinning hence the con of the Banker's Association. crete block's he Is putting under his and Paul h0U8e' 30 PEOPLE 30 BAND AND ORCHESTRA Remember The Date Doors Open 7:15 Performance Starts 8:00 Durbert Marenbloom Feinsteln returned home Saturday after spending a week with Helen Cawn. Charlie Ollle. a friend of Amln Simon who formerly lived here, ar rived here from Damascus, Syria, Monday, Exclusive Pictures of tho WORLD WAR at Union College Saturday Night, 7:15 o'clock Under Auspices of tho AMERICAN LEGION Tickets 50c and 25c Win. Catron, youngest son of Dr. i T. Cution of Atlanta, Ga., is here -n. ndlns the summer with his .; im' inriMita, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. i ,ii ion II. V. Bolton laid the foundation lot his nuw farm home last week, Bui Churchill doing tho work and I tho framework was begun on Mon-Iday. J H. Black, sawmill machinery acent. Is still on the track looking up saw mill men in Eastern Ky. L. G. Grlndstaff bought a bunch of wild cattle from Tom Gamble last week, Jim Gray as driver. Broyles & Co. Have Changed Quarters THEIR MACHINE & WELDING PLANT formerly at the Buchanan Motors Co. Garage, has moved to their new head quarters adjoining The Knox Bottling Plant at the junction of Depot Street and Allison Avenue. Mr. Broyles, who is a skilled workman, announces that he is prepared to ex ecute any job in iron or steel that needs repair, or, in many cases, that can be made at home. BROYLES & CO. Barbourville, Ky. i Phone, Shop 246 Residence 238 I I Kor Sale 2 Lots in Hi-Land Park addition, 104 ft. front by 115 ft. deep. See or write Oliver nuo bard, Corbln, Ky. 33-3t S K o o The High Cost of Living bv having your shoes re paired by the speedy, un-to-date methods ana with the good leather used at The City Shoe Shop Our Linotype Equipment Enables us to handle Pamphlet and Book work expeditiously. Give us a trial. Mountain Advocate Publishing Co The Appalachla Trade Journal states that Eastern Kcntucuy nas enough coal to last tho world for 400 years and tho United States for 700 years. Those holding coal pro perties should hang on until then. The American Legion is putting on actual pictures Of tho battlcflolds taken under heavy lire, Saturday night at Union College. Evory true American should see these pictures. Admission SOc and 25c.