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k ftf THE ADVOCATE FRED BURMAN EDITOR JENNIE .MeDERMID BTJRMAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR iMned weekly by Tie Mountain Advocate Publishing Co., at BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY Eatere'i .1 the Post Offlee at Dar- bourrllli m, at .""ond-class mall aatter. Ot.lt'lAL ORGAN OF THE KB PUBLICAN PARTT IN KNOX COUNTT SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly In adrance) Oae Year 11.60 Blx Month! 10.71 Aar ltem intended tor publication thould reaoh this office not later than, Wednesday or wo "will be forced to earrr U orer for the coming week. KTWANIS LADIES NIGHT PROVES VEKV ENJOYABLE On Friday night Klwanls and the wives numbering eighty-three sat down to a first class dinner at the Jones Hotel, with Sam Cawn as the chairman for the evening. The si lent boost was a nice pocket hand kerchief for each one present, Sam Cawn, of the New York Store, thus proving that he agrees with the charming song "0 Dry Those Tears." It was pleasing to bear Mrs. Geo. F. Tlnsley giving good advice to the slBterhood on how to preserve a husband and it did not fall on deaf ears. Several ladles were visibly af fected and strengthened in a resolve to lead a new life and preserve their husbands one husband to a lady of course. Mat Cole won the men's attend ance prize, drawing the gift of Sam Cawn; Miss Laura Hayes won the first prize for ladles, given by Dan Herndon and Mrs. C. F. Rathfon the second prize, given by Robert W. Cole. Miss Roberta Cole won an encore for her charming solo after which C. F. Heldrick Just rambled on In a combined Joking and serious vein. He made one profound remark when be said "life is one dull thing when we lack the spirit o fthe thing we undertake." He urged sticking to gether, finding out what we need and then getting It. After a delightful solo and en core by Mrs. C. F. Rathfon, Dr. S. F. Locke urged the necessity for a community health nurse and urged that Klwanls get behind the move ment. J. A. McDermott suggested Kiwanis as backer of the Chautau qua. Dr. Franklin made a report on the Endowment Fund for Union College. H B. Clark is the chairman for tonight, Friday, July 7th. All KI wanians are expected to be on deck unless sick or out of town. No Work No Worry for Pure Ice Cream 1 P in cigarette irw They are GOOD! dr. a. t. Mccormick makes address Thursday evening Dr. A. T. Mo Cormick, of the State Board of Health Bpoke In the Court House to a fair sized audience on problems of community health. Judge J. T. Stamper had the meeting In charge and Introduced Dr. McCormick, who in his opening remarks said that a county judge is more important to a cummlnity than the president of the U. S. on account of his close contact with the people. He should be a man with Insight Into the problems of citizenship. It Is not necessary to teach Knox County people for they already know they ought to have a health officer. The cost of the pre sent small-pox epidemic would pay such a salary for at least six months It might cost 15c to 25c for each tax payer to have public health offi cers but what a small amount com pared with one life lost thru conta gious disease. Dr. McCormick complimented us on being free from carnivals and street shows. In ten years consumption has been reduced one bait In Kentucky. Good health is purcbaseable. 76 counties already have public health nurses. The State Board of Health will pay the salary of a nurse for Knox County for two months and $25 per month thereafter. Dr. McCormick complimented our county on sending & man like John M. Tlnsley as our representative to the General Assembly a man who has the public welfare at heart. Miss Williamson, State Superin tendent of Public Health Nurses said the public health nurse is al ways an asset and pointed out the value of the work done with school children and free clinics. Dr. Blackerby, in charge of the model county .health work of the State, spoke of the travesty on In telligence to say children must have contagious diseases bo let them have them as young as possible. 5270 babies under one year died in Ken tucky in one year, mostly from pre- The Auto Vacuum Ice Cream Freezer The Auto Vacuum Ice Cream Freezer i'b divided into two separate compartments with an opening at each end, one for the cream mix ture, the other for the ice and salt. It is impossible for ice or salt to seep into the cream compartment, as it so frequently does with old style freezers. It is absolutely sanitary and easy to clean. No puddles or looie parts to adjust or fasten. Nothing to take apart. Nothing to get out of order. No wooden parts to become watersoaked and absorb all sorts of dirt and and impurities. It freezes ice cream smooth, firm and velvety in 45 minutes with--out tiresome turning, cranking or other manipulation, The mix ture, once frozen, will retain that state for eight hours or longer without replenishing ice or salt. A great saving of ice is accomplished through the use of the Auto Vacuum Ice Cream Freezer. All size? are finished in white enamel. PRICES 1 Quart Size $4.00 2 Quart Size- 5.00 4 Quart Size - 8.50 Write for booklet ROGAN BROS. COMPANY HARDWARE THAT WEARS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION rentable diseases. Only thru or ganlsatlon can anything bo anom- pllihed. Alias Kaelln, public health nurse, Corbln, spoke of need of organlxa tlon to accomplish work. Dr. J. S. Locke offered his ser vices whereever he might help and stated bis willingness to address any of our organizations to explain the need. He also explained the working of the free tuberculosis clinic to bo held here July 17th and 18th. JUDGE HIRAM JOHNSON IA8SES Judge Hiram Johnson, of London natsed to eternal rest Monday, July 3rd, at 4 p.m. and in his passing the mountains have lost a great force for righteousness and law en forcement. Wo believe, however, that bis soul will go marching on. No man llveth to himself and his deeds will have a profound influence on his day and generation. The Eterual God, ihowever much we may Ignore the fact, still lives In the hearts of men and Judge Johnson well exemplified the fact. Dr. Leslie Logan made a deep re mark when he said In reference to the death of Judge Johnson, "It Is a singular commentary on condi tions that a man should become fa mous, not only In his own commun ity but over the length and breadth of the land, by the simple fact that he did his duty." Such a remark makes one pause to consider that it Is for this reason that those who have most Influenced the lives of humanity are famous Just on that account. If the lawyers, Judges, preachers, business men and citizens generally would do their plain duty toward God and their fellowmen the worm would become the abode of a race which would indeed catch the spirit of the living God. I The funeral was attended by a (throng of admirers of the dead Jur ist from the various surrounding I counties as well as those of his own home town and county. Interment was at London Wednesday, at 2 p.m. Governor E. P. Morrow haB ap pointed A. T., Manning, of London, to succeed Judge Johnson. He Is a fine man who. we believe, will carry on the work of his predecessor and help forward in the work for God and clean living. I The best wishes, of, the good peo ple of the mountains will be with him. LOGAN HOSPITAL v Miss Versie Johnson, of Garrlcb, underwent an operation for appen dicitis June 29th. Frank Murphy, of Four Mile, is suffering with typhoid. Odus Parrott, of Twila, under went an appendectomy July 2nd. mirr Svbll Harris is doing nicely 'and has returned to her home. KENTUCKY B. B. I, TO ENLARGE WORK tu i;o.mmjs;vv;is AI WVJ Plans have been formulated and contracts let for the building of eight class rooms, a large kitchen and dining room, chemical and phy sical laboratories. Colonial porches extending from the bottom to (ho top will permit of two porches all across the front of tho building. The boys and girls halls are to be repaired nnd the bed-rooms will be completely equipped with new bed ding. All of this is eood news and Is a Vroof that B. B. I, Is steadily en larging. This year, as It was last, the institution will be a fully ac credited hleh school and plans are being laid for a model BChool to grant teachers certificates. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday, July 9th. 9:30 a.m. It's fine the way the Sunday School is holding up. There's a reason. To attend is to know the why. 11 a.m. Morning sermon, Spirit ual and Inspirational. 6:30 p.m. Jr. B. V. P. U. All the boys and girls 9 to 12 are In vited to come prepared to organize a real live B. Y. P. U. 7:30 p.m An Evangelistic Mes sage. Tho vote was that the two electric fans made the air real comfortable. Come and enjoy the Sunday worship with us. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday, July Oth, 1022. Subject of the morning sermon: "The Light That Failed." Union Services In the Chautauqua tent in the evening. UNION SERVICE Tho Union Service was conducted last Sunday night in front of the Methodist Church on the lawn. A large audience enjoyed the service. Miss Roberta Cole sang. The ser mon was delivered by Rev. John O. Gross. Next Sunday evening the Barbourvllle Band will be present and furnish the music. The band concert will precede the service about fifteen minutes. Rer. A. A. Ford will preach. GARRARD Chas. R. Garrard, aged 52, died at Manchester last week. The re mains .were shipped to Rome, Ga tor burial accompanied by bis wife. FORTNEY The death of Mrs. Rebecca Fort- ney, widow of W. M. Fortney, or Pineville, occurred at Artemus, July 2nd aged 74 years. Of ten children three girls and five boys survive. The funeral was held at the Howard graveyard on Turkey Creek, Monday at 2 o'clock In the afternoon. ID3NSLEY Mrs. Lavlna Hensley, wife of Wil son Hensley of Knox Fork, died on July 4th at 4 a.m. as the result of childbirth. An eight day old child besides the husband survives. The funeral was held at the Hart grave yard the same evening. PIN'EVILLE KIWANIS TO CO OPERATE WITH BARBOUR VILLE ON ROAD PUBLICITY At tho last meeting of the Pine ville Klwanls it was announced that the Great Southern Refining Com pany had promised a liberal appro priation for the purpose of adver tising the newly sonstructed high way thru this section and the mat ter was referred to the publicity committee for the co-operation of the Kiwanis Clubs of Middlesboro and Barbourvllle. FREE TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC There will be a tuberculosis clinic held at Corbln July 13th and 14th; at Grays the 15th and Barbourvllle the 17th and 18th. It is froe and will be In the hands of experts. Any one desiring examination should re-1 port to his family doctor who will advise what to do. Don't overlook the fact that tu berculoses is generally curable when recognized and examination will cost nothing. This clinic will be under the man agement of the doctors of the coun ty and Is held at their request. 36-U Wanted Names of boys and girls interested in education to write W. J. KELLY Harlaa, Kentucky. amnwpi'OTrtWTr'VMBi TRUNKS, TAVELINQ BAGS AND 8UJ USE Good Business Judgment And when you arfe iri tieed of A good suit of clothes -Pair of Shoes Hat or Cap Shirt or Collar Tie or SUppoirtefs Belt Suspenders trdusers or Underwear Sox or HdHdkercfiief TeH Hisses Dry Goods and Notions BUY THEM At The People's Store And Save Money We appreciate vour trade The People's Store I Barbourville, Ky; if AblE olL c"L6xH, tAule QUALITY And Cleanliness Are Important Factors In Your Grocery Purchases We feature Standard Brandg and insist on absolute cleanlinees in our store. Golden & May Sucrs. to F. W. Golden & Son BY AUTO FROM HARLAN Raymond McNeil, Frank Shirley, E. G. Mayes and C. T. Calloway, chauffer in chief of the bunch, came thru from Harlan Saturday, leav ing Hallan at 9:20 a.m. and arriv ing in Barbourvllle at 2:65 p.m. The roads are In pretty good con dition between here and Page and very good between Page and Harlan. McNeil and Mayes aro with Wllson- Berger Coal Company; Shirley Is with the Jelllco Grocery, Co., and C. T. Calloway is an automobile me chanic at Harlan. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday morning the pastor, Rev. John Owen Gross, will, preach. The sermon subject is: Growth In Grade. Special music. The Sunday morning services will not be stripped of their usual in spiration, but will be shortened so that It will be possible during the summer to close before noon. Our church Is cool. We plan to conduct the services thru the summer so that they will be looked forward, to. LaBt .Sunday morning tho Sud,ay School showed an Increase In at tendance. W want you to come for an (hour of Bible study In a school taught by competent teachers. The church Joins with the Chris tian 'Church in the Union Service Sunday evening. Rev. Arthur A. Ford Is the preacher, Be tore to read the Classified Ads B CASES Men Xsto WiNDofc shades .,, J 0 CHANGE OF BUSINESS Jim Miles, who recently had charge of the Clear Tone Music Co., has sold his Interest in that concern and has bought tho Knox Bottling and Ice Cream Plant, situated at the Junction of the Avenue and De pot Street. H. W. Bowman, who owned the latter plant, has bought Mr. Miles Interest in the Clear Tone Music Co. which is now owned by Messrs. H. W. Bowman, B. S. Ed wards and F. W. Wilson. Jim Miles has had considerable experience with pop and tco cream manufacture and will put out the real stuff. He will appreciate all or ders, large or small, at home or out side. , HOUSE PARTY A delightful house party was en- Joyed, by, a number of young people at DIshman Springs over the week end, Those present were Mrs. R. N. Cobb, of Warren, O., Mlsa Rober ta Cole, Neale Bennett of Richmond, Kjr.r Goo, Williams, of Chattanooga, Tennv Red A'P". Pln?vl!le, Misses DIshman. An unusually large crowd attended, thq dance and. It Is iioped that thq young, people from "tho sur rounding towns will come over each Saturday night for these delightful affairs. . Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perry, of Gird ler, returned July 4th from Harlsa where they bad been vteltlsc J MIDDLESBORO, if VoL .& Aftv.v,,tsfyi.v.. ' M'v... , - .-.