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l INDIGESTION
Ihtllor&'t Black-DraHgtt HigHj
Recommended by aTcasettee
Grocer for Tronblej Re'
tailing from Torpid
Lirer.
East Nashvlllo, Tonn. The effic
iency of Thedford's Dlack-Draught, the
Konulno, herb, liver medicine, la
Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a
grocer of this city. "It Is without
doubt the best liter medicine, and I
don't bollero I could get along without
It. I take It for sour stomach, head
ache, bad liver, Indigestion, and all
other troubles that aro the result of
torpid liver.
"I have known and used It for yean,
and can and do highly recommend It
to ever one. I won't co to bed with
out It In the house. It will do all It
claims to do. I can't ear enough fos
It
Many other mon and women through
out the country have found Dlack
Draught Just as Mr Parsons describes
valuablo In regulating the liver to
Its normal functions, and In cleansing,
the bowels of Impurities.
Thcdford's Black-Draught liver modi-
dtto is the original and only genuine.
Accept no Imitations or substitutes.
Always ask for Thedford's. e.
WILTON NEWS
The death of Mrs. Leora Camp
boll occurred Juno 19th. Sho was
Lhc daughter of Sol Terrell, about
23 years, and had been married
three years. Sho leaves two little
ones the younger only threo months
old. There was no better woman In
this section of the country. Sho was
a member of tho Baptist Church,
and lived accordingly. N. B. Hel
ton was In Barbourvllle last Satur
day on business. Minos nre run
ning nicely with a good output of
coal and about a full crew working
Ave days of tho week. Rv. James
Phlpps, our former overseer, Is put
ting the roads in good condition
from J. B. Logan's place to Wilton,
Tie Wilton boys aro thru lawlng
at Barbourvllle with everything
settled and mo3t of them aro at
work. There Is but little fruit In
this section. A. Frost loft for
Puckott3 Creek last week where he
Is starting new mines to be the larg
est mines In that part of the coun
try. Dave McFarlan and Sarah
Rapier elopod to Jelllco where they
wero married. Their many friends
wish them well In a long and happy
life. James Reeves Is still Improv
ing from being ihurt between two
railroad cars James Sexton and
Ben Barton who went to Pucketts
Creek to run a machine cut four
places the day they got there. They
like the country. Quite a lot of
"Wilton boys wero In Corbin Sunday
to see tho ball game which Corbin
won. Mrs. Cordle Helton Is Improv
lng slowly from a recent Illness.
N. B. Helton was In Corbin Sunday.
The Wilton-Barbourvllle road Is
very good at tho present time.
Best wishes to the Advocate.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Dave McFarlan and Sarah Ra
pier, Wilton.
Qulncey Wllburn and Levlna Gil
liam, Grays.
Edward Scent and Marjorie
Brown, Barbourvlllo.
Clarence Parker and Salllo Bain.
Barbourvlllo.
Alex Runyon, Tanksley, and Ethel
Riley, Cumberland, Md.
W. Shotwell and Mamie Roark,
Corbin.
Charley Jackson, Slbert, and
Grade Hopper, Fount.
Wm. Hutton and Irene Burnstdo,
Corbin.
Irvin Brewer, Place, and Jessie
Wilson, Corbin.
Caleb Grills, Hammons, and Myr
tle Baker, Flat Lick.
It Is a waste ot time to try to
dodge a hypocrite for he knows
more dodges In a minute than you
could learn In a lifetime.
Be sure to read the Classified Ads
SONG BALLADS
With Music
ByW. J. Kelly
"I'm His Little Chifd"
"The GpsjierAceord
ing to You"
60c each per copy
Orders taken at
Mountain Advocate
Classified Ads
Dr. A. L. Parker now has his X
ray machlno nlcoly Installed In a
prettily furnished room with every
convenlenco for those who wish to
have the roots of their teeth exam
ined, tf
Flat For Hcnt See Mrs. Qeorgo
Faulkner, Wall St. Phone 102.
29-tt
Own a Brunswick It will please
you. All the latest up-to-date re
leased records at Hawn Drug Storo.
Tho Ladles Aid of tho Christian
Church Is agent for tho well-known
Wade's Extracts which any member
will bo glad to supply you with, tf
Dr. A. L. Parker, who Is equipped
to find the seat of trouble In the
roots of tooth with his X-ray ma
chine, will, If desired, extract tooth
under1 gas. tf
Apartments For Rent with bath
In Parker Building. Apply C. L.
Banks. 33-tf
For Sale Bluo Gem Mine near
Heldrlck. Qood proposition at a bar
gain. See Ben H. Gregory, Moun
tain Advocate Offlcd, Barbourvlllo,
Kentucky. 33-tf
Lost Small bluo cameo pin, pro
bably on Pino Street last Monday
night. Finder please return to Ad
vocato Ofllco and recelvo reward.
For Sewing See Mrs. H. M. Hersh-
bcrg, Depot St. 32-4t
Plain Sewing See Mrs. Russ
Baker, Allison Ave., near Joe Smith
residence. 34-2tp
For Sale 2 Lots In Hl-Land
Park addition, 104 ft. front by 115
ft. deep. See or write Oliver Hub
bard, Corbin, Ky. 33-3t
For Sale Houso and Lot In Cor
bin; 4 rooms, good well. 71x105 ft
Lot. Will take Ford car In trade.
Apply N. B. Helton, Wilton, Ky.
35-tf
WANTED TO SELIi
Hotel Jones, together with tho
Arcado, and belongings, including
furniture and fixtures. Persona who
are interested address
27-tt W. M. JONES, Russell, Ky.
GOOD FARM FOR SALE
On Dixie Highway. Less than
mile to Railroad Station on the L.
and N. M mile from School and
Church. 3 miles from Barbourvllle.
500 acros. Good six room Frame
House in excellent repair. Large
Barn and plenty of out buildings.
About 400 bearing Fruit Trees. Coal
Bank opened and convenient. Never
falling Springs of excellent water.
More than 300 acres cleared and
under cultivation or pasture Price
will surprise you.
17-tf A. J. McDERMOTT.
All-Star
National
Male
Quartet
Here is a great pop
ular entertainment com
pany. The members
of the quartet feature
the best songs written
for male voices and are
capital entertainers as
well.
Great
Popular
Programs
THIRD DAY
R E D P A T H
CHAUTAUQUA
5 BIG DAYS 5
Season Tickets $3.
S.S.S. Fills Out
Hollow Cheeks,
Thin Limbs!
J&. ImC vlflkH
Men and women, whether you will
ever build yourtalf up to your normal,
Jutt-rlRht weight depends on the num
ber of blood-cell In your blood. That's
Ml there Is to It, It's a nclentlfla fact.
If your blood-coll factory ltn't work
ing right, you will be run-down, thin,
your blood will bo in disorder, and
perhaps your fnco will be broken out
with pimples, blackheads and erup
tions. S. H. 3. keeps your blood-cell
factory working full tlrao. It helps
build new blood-cells. That's why
8. S. 8. builds up thin, run-down peo
ple, it puts firm fleah on your bones. It
rounds out your face, arms neck;
limbs, tho wholo body. It puts tho
"pink" In your checks. It takes tho
bollowneas from the ayes, and It fools
Father Time by cmoothtng out wrin
kles In men and womon by "plumping
them up. H. S. H. Is a remarkatjlo
blood-purlflor. Whllo you aro getting
clump, your skin eruptions, pimples,
blackheads, ncne, rheumatism, rash,
tetter, blotches nro being removed.
The medicinal Ingredients of 8. S. S.
nre guaranteed purely vegetable.
S. S. S. Is sold nt all drug stores. In two
sizes. Tho larger slzo la tho more
economical.
BAPTIST CHURCH
11 A.M. Twenty minutes study
of tho scriptures setting forth the
Lord's Supper.
11:30 A. M. Observance of tho
Lord's Supper.
7:30 P.M. Service of extra In
terest Is planned for this hour.
Bring your friends.
9:30 A.M. The most faithfully
attended and taught Sunday School
In Knox County. You cannot afford
to miss It.
Electric Fnns have been arrang
ed to keep you comfortable during
all tho Sunday services at the" Bap
tist Church. Come and spend a
pleasant hour In worship with us.
' COMMISSIONERS SALE
By order of the Knox Circuit
Court rendered at Its April Term,
1922, In the case of
Parrott Garage
against
Sherman Bowles,
Defondant,
I will, as Master Commissioner, on
tho 2Cth day of June, 1922, same
being the first day of tho Juno Term
of tho Knox County Court, sell at
tho Court Houso door In Barbour
vlllo, Kentucky, to the highest nnd
best bidder tho following described
property, at the hour of 9 a.m., to
satisfy the Judgment In said case,
amounting to $503.15 with Interest
from Dec. 13, 1922, and $40.00 pro
bable cost.
Description:
One certain, flvo passenger Ford
Touring Car, motor number 4,498,
144.
Said property will be sold on a
credit of six months, the purchaser
to execute bond with approved se
curity, bearing interest at six per
cent from date, having the force and
effect of a judgment and retaining
a Hen on said property until said
money Is paid.
WITNESS my hand, this the 31st
day of May, 1922.
C. H. JONES,
Master Commissioner,
Knox Circuit Court.
Sale nbouo 1 p.m. Purchaser must
execute bond as soon as sale Is over
or the property will be Immediately
put up and re-sold.
MICKIE 3AYS-
r VT WAIMT NECESSARN PER VIS
TO "SET OW TW kOOQNm' EMCU)
viuu TU' pwce cutters becuxI
vue vtevta joivier tu' doikr J
BOOSTERS 6MV MAKvUCES
ViS IAAOE ARE TOO SlAfcLl.
TO BE. oBEH VWUTU1 UfcKED
ENE
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The world's finest example ot ad'
vanced engineering in a specialised
car. Every unit is the product of the
best engineering brains known to the
automotive industry. The cumula
tivc experience of fifty years at coach
work has gone into the building and
finishing of the Moon. The more
particular you may be, the better it
stands inspection. Comparison offers
proof of its superiority. Ownership
makes it conclusive.
BUCHANAN MOTORS
CORPORATION, Inc.
lh
MOON
Dull! by Moon Motor Car Company, St.
Kublick Company Popular
Chautauqua Attraction
as WmM mM' m s 3
kW say . oHflrl WfevSi
The human-voiced violin and the Hawaiian stringed orchestra, unique nov
elty Instruments, will be featured by Henri Kublick and Jean Kublick. popular
vocal and Instrumental entertainers, who comprise the Kublick Company ap
pearing at the coming Rcdpath Chautauqua.
These Instruments were both Invented by Mr. Kublick. Tho human-voiced
violin closely resembles in tone the voice ot Schumann-Helnk In a low register,
and the Hawaiian stringed orchestra is an Intricate Instrument that gives the
effect usually obtained by an orchestra of sis Hawaiian Instruments. Numer
ous other novelty Instruments nre employed by the Kubllcks and there Is, In
addition, u wealth of popular vocal numbers on their programs.
The Kublick Company will appear on tho last day of the Chautauqua to
an afternoon concert nnd a prelude nt night. Appearing with them In their
afternoon program will be Bernlce Van, clever Impersonator and entertainer.
NOTICE
First Meeting ot Creditors In tho
District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of
Kentucky.
In tho matter ot J. II. Frltts.
bankrupt. In Bankruptcy No. 499.
To the creditors of J. II. Frltts.
of Evarts, Harlan County and dis
trict aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice Is hereby given tha,t on
the 31st day of May, 1922, the said
Frltts was duly adjudged bankrupt;
and that the first mooting of credi
tors will be held at Barbourvllle,
Ky., on the 4th day of July, 1922,
at 1 o'clock In the afternoon ot said
day, at which tlmo the said credi
tors may attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, examine tho bank
rupt and transact such other busi
ness as may properly como before
said meeting.
This 20th day of June, 1922.
W. W. TINSLEY.
Referco In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE
First Mooting of Creditors In tho
District Court of the United
States for tho Eastern District of
Kentucky.
In the matter of J. S. Noe, bank
rupt, In Bankruptcy No. 500.
To the creditors ot J. S. Noe ot
Dayholt, In Harlan County and dis
trict aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
6th day ot June, 1922, the said Noe
was duly adjudged bankrupt and
that the first meeting ot creditors
will be held at Barbourvllle, Ky., on
the 4th day ot July, 1922, at 1
o'clock In the afternoon of said day
at which time tho said creditors
may attend, prove tholr claims, sp
QJouring
Louli, U. S. A. Founded 1907 by Joseph W. Moon
point a trusstee, examine the bank
rupt and transact suoh other busi
ness as may properly come before
said meeting.
This 20th day of Juno, 1922.
W. W. TINSLEY,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
First .Meeting of Creditors In tho
District Court of the United
Stntes for tho Eastern District of
Kentucky.
in tho matter of C. G. Woodall,
bankrupt, In Bankruptcy, No. 505.
To the creditors of C. G. Woodall
Baxter in Harlan County and dis
trict aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on
tho 23rd day of June, 1922, the said
Woodall was duly adjudged bank
rupt and that the first mooting of
creditors will be held at Barbour
vllle, Ky., on the 4th day of July,
1922 at 1 o'clock In the afternoon
ot said day, at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove ttelr
claims, appoint a trusteo, examtno
the bankrupt, and transact such
ether business as may properly
como before said meeting.
This 23rd day ot Juno, 1922.
W. W. TINSLEY,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
FOR SALE
Home on College St., lot 100 by
240 feet.
Lot on College St., 42X150 ft.
3 Lots on Manchester St., 49 by
215 feet.
Other real estate In Barbourvllle..
Farm ot 150 acres on Poplar
Creek.
24-tf See JOHN PARKER.
A clean back yard dellghteth the
eyes ot the passers.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
By order of the Knox Circuit
Court rendered at Its April Term,
1922, In the case ot
F. Moore, et al,
Plaintiff
against
A. Morre, et al,
Defendant
I will, as Master Commissioner, on
the 26th day of June, 1022, same
being the first day of tho County
Court, sell at the Court Houso door
In Barbourvlllo, Kentucky, to tho
highest and best bidder, the follow
ing described property, to satisfy'
tho Judgment In said case as shown
In said Judgmont, of record In Cir
cuit Court Clerk's Ofllco, and $40
probable cost.
Description:
A certain houso and lot In Bar
bourvllle, Kentucky, on the west
side of Depot Street, and bounded
and described as follows:
Beginning at a gate post on tho
West sldo of Depot Street, at a cor
ner ot a lot owned by W. C. Lock
hart, and 80 feet from the South
east corner of W. C. Lockhart's lot;
thence running a South-east course
with the lino ot the said lot ot W.
C. Lockhart, straight to a marked
birch on tho bank of Cumberland
River 250 feet, from the beginning;
thenco up tho rlror with Its mean
ders and the cast bank thereof
to mouth of Hog Hollow Branch;
thenco up said branch with its mean
ders to a point about 25 feet from
the west sldo of Depot Street;
thence continuing In an eastern
courso about 25 feet, to Depot St.
at a point 138 feet from the begin
ning, thenco with tho west side ot
Depot Street to tho beginning.
Said property will be sold on a
credit of six months, the purchaser
to execute bond with approved se
curity, bearing interest at six per
cent from dato having the force and
effect of a Judgment and retaining
a lien on said property until the
purchase money Is paid.
WITNESS my hand, this the 31st
day of May, 1922.
C. H. JONES,
Master Commissioner, Knox
Circuit Court.
Sale about 1 p.m. Purchaser
must execute bond as soon as sale
Is over, or the property will be Im
mediately put up and re-sold. 31-3t
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
By order of the Knox Circuit
Court rendered ot its April Term,
, 1922, In the case ot
I Charley Polndexter. et al.
Plaintiff,
against
Walter Polndexter, ot al,
Defendant,
I will, as Master Commissioner,
on the 26th day ot June, 1922, same
being the first day ot the June Term
of tho Knox County Court, sell at
the Court House door in Barbour
vllle, Ky., to the highest and best
bidder, the following described pro
perty to satisfy the Judgment in said
case, amounting to $118.00 with in
terest from Sept. 4th, 1917, and
$40.00 probable cost, and to settle
the estate of John Polndexter, de
ceased. Situated In Knox County, on the
waters of Fighting Creek and bound
ed as follows:
Beginning at Henson Street, at
corner ot Lot No. 10 and No. 11,
thence with said street 420 feet to
the cornor ot Lot No. 13; thence
south 210 feet to a corner of Lot
No. 14; thence west 420 feet to cor
ner ot Lot No. 10; thence north 210
feet to the beginning, containing
two acres, and being lots eleven and
twelve in the Henson Addition and
the, same land conveyed to John
Poindoxter by S. L. Witt by deed
dated May 19th, 1916, and recorded
In the clerks office ot the Knox
County Court In Deed Book No. 31,
at page 516.
Said property will be sold on a
credit ot six months, the purchaser
to execute bond with approved se
curity, bearing interest at six per
cent from dato, having the force and
effect ot a Judgment and retaining a
Hon on said property until the pur
chase money Is paid.
WITNESS my hand this the 6th
day ot June, 1922.
C. H. JONES, Master Commissioner,
Knox Circuit Court.
Sale about 1 p.m. Purchaser must
execute bond as soon as sale is over,
or the property will bo immediately
put up and resold. 32-3t
WE REPAIR SHOES
Ordinary Shoes Made Into Nice
Oxfords.
Saddles and Harness Repaired.
Depot for City Papers.
Business Appreciated.
GEO. HUTTON & SON
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