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8 A Tonic For Women Kj "I was hardly able to drag, 1 was sowcaKcncu," writes Airs. W. F.' Ray, of Easley, S. C. "The doctortrcatcd me for about two months, still I didn't get any better. 1 had a large fam ily and felt I surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I had heard of CARDUI Tiio Woman's Tonic "I decided to try It," con tinues Mrs. Ray . . "I took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend Cardul." Take Cardul today. II may be Just what yod need. At all druggists. E.B1 N ! KNOX COUNT!' TEACHERS Knox County schools will open on July 17th and practically all tho toachors have been hired. There aro nlnety-flvo schools In the county and It would seem that every child ought J to bo able to attend as with this number t'io dlstanco from all homes ought not 'to be So gVdat. The two bad features of our schools are roads that are Impassable so much of the time and such short terms. Let us hopo that when another chanco Is offered thru an amend ment for us to Improve the situa tion we will at least vote for tho amendment. WILTON news Quite a lot of Wilton folks visited Dishman Springs last Saturday night whore they had a fine supper. Some of them were, N. D. Helton, Ben Harnett, Chas. Rapier, Ded Smith, Duger Tye, Pug Rapier and others. N. D Helton was In London last Saturday on business. The little baby of Thomas Cox Is very low. Corn crops aro looking good with lots of rain S. J. Gilliam, mlno foreman of Wilton, was at his farm last Saturday and Sunday. There Is a fine crop of blackberries and we are getting ready for canning. If gons can be had there will be quite a lot of coal loaded here as the mines are full up. Green B. Helton who Is eighty years of age, Is quite poorly. J. L. Frost, of Kettle Is land, was In to see home folks Sat urday night and spent half the time at Dishman Springs. He reports no work at Kettle Island. MARRIAGE LICENSES Geo. W. Tyo (colored) and Louise K. Smith, BarbourvIUe. J. M. Bryant and Amanda Powers King. Homer Lake and Willie Mae Pen land, Warren. James Hubbard and Mary Brock, Scalf. Tllden Engle, Grays, and Elva Cox, Artemus. J. E. Prlchard, King, and Lizzie Mae Carpenter, Rain. Alphonse Pastors, West Bend, Wisconsin, and Pauline Bartolo, BarbourvIUe. Goo, W. Hammons, Glrdler, and Lula Kinnlngham, Walker. TYPEWRITER OX TIME It you are in need of a Type writer, seo tho "ad" ot the Clear Tone Music Co. The Woodstock Is a dandy machine and can bo bought n easy payments. Young people can profitably use their spare time prac ticing on such a machine. See the "ad" elsewhere SONG BALLADS With Music By W. J. Kelly "I'm His Little Child" "The Gospel Accord ing To You" 60c each per copy Orders taken at Mountain Advocate Classified Ads Dr. A. L. Parker now has his X ray machine nicely installed In a prettily furnished room with every convenlonco for those who wish to havo tho roots of their teeth exam ined tf Flat For Hcnt Seo Mrs, George Faulknor, Wall St. Phono 102. 29-tf Own a Brunswick It will please you. All tho latest up-to-dato re leased records at Ilawn Drug Store. Tho Ladies Aid of the Christian Church Is agent for tho well-known Wado's Extracts which any member will bo glad to supply you with, tt Dr. A. L, Parker, who Is equipped to find the seat of troublo In the roots of teeth with his X-ray ma chine, will, If desired, extract teeth under gas. tt Apartments For Itent with bath In Parker Building. Apply C. L. Banks. 33-tf For Sale; Bluo Gem Mlno near Heldrlck. Good proposition at a bar gain. Seo Ben H. Gregory, Moun tain Advocate Offlco, BarbourvIUe, Kentucky. 33-tf Lost .Small bluo cameo pin, pro bably on Pino Streot last Monday night. Finder pleaso return to Ad vocate Office and receive reward. Lady or Sinn Who Cnn HIiir to In toduco nnd popularize songs that "take," singing them In local movie houses and placing them on sale with drugstores and dealers In your territory. Good commissions and royalties. ENTERPRISE MUSIC CO. 21C Lyric Bldg., Cincinnati, O. It The Mountain Advocate gives the news of Knox County. For SnipHouse and Lot In Cor bln; 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 Arcade, and belongings, Including turnlturo and fixtures. Persons who aro Interested address 27-tf W. M. JONES, Russell, Ky. GOOD FARM FOR SALE On Dixie Highway. Less than mile to Railroad Station on tho L. and N. U mile from School and Church. 3 miles from BarbourvIUe. 500 acres. 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. "Friendly Enemies" GREAT COMEDY DRAMA Filled with rollicking laughs, interspersed with moments of grip ping pathos. A play which will please and delight the entire audience. New York Cast FOURTH NIGHT JULY 6-11 REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA One of!2 Big Attractions 5 BIG DAYS 5 Season Tickets $3. Mother-To-Be, Read This Hero Is a wonderful messago to all expectant mothers. From this mo ment on, cast from your mind all dread and fear, nnd feel every day as tho months roll by that groat froedom from much of tho suffering which thousands ot oxpoctant mothers un dergo, unnecessarily. And when tho Little Ono arrives, you can havo that moment moro froo from suffering than you havo perhaps imagined. An emi nent physician, expert in this science, has shown tho way. It was ho who drat produced tho groat remedy, 'Mother's Friend." Mrs. C. J. Harfr man, Scranton, Pa., says: "With my flrat tiro children I had a doctor nnd o nurn nnd then thy had to use Instruments, bnt with my latt two children I nicd Mother's Xrlend nnd had only a nam) we bad no time to get a doctor becauio X wasn't verjr nick only about ten or luiecn nunoies." "Mothor'a Friend" Is applied extern ally to tho abdomen, back and hips. It aids tho muscles and tissues to ex pand easily. It penetrates quickly. It contains no narcotics or harmful drugs. It Is safe. Thero Is no substi tute. Avoid useless greasos some times recommended by tho unknow ing. "Mother's Friend" is sold by, druggists everywhere. ROTE Write for ntatMs free inortntrf tot. "MAlhrrhood and Uu lubr," containing Important authorlutir. Information t&lcb every expectant mother ahoulil tire, and aU about "Mother Jijnd." ti liruuclil Regulator Com tin?. UA-tt. .Muia, ua. COMMISSIONER'S SALE By order of the Knox Circuit Court rendered at Its April Term, 1922, In tho case of J. A. Carr et al. Plaintiff, against Wheeler Coal Company. Defendant, I will, as Master Commissioner, .on tho 24th day of July, 1022, same being the first day of tho July Trm or tne Knox county court, sell al the Court House door In Barbour vIUe. Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property to sntlsfy the Judgment in said mso amounting to ?G51 39 with interest from July fi, 19.:', and $30.00 probable cost, subject to a credit of $200.00 paid March 3, 1922 Description: A coal mine at Bennetsville, on the Cumberland railroad, together wtlh all the leaso holds, leaso rights and title to said mining property, used In connection therewith, and from which coal Is mined, together with cars, tipples and all other machinery, tools nnd appliances, power plants and mach inery, and all things used In connec tion with said mine. Said property will be sold on a credit of six months, the purchaser to execute bond with approved se curity, bearing Interest at six per cent from date, having the force and effect ot a judgment and retaining a lien on said property until the pur chase money Is paid. WITNESS my hand, this the 6th day of July, 1922. C. H. JONES, Master Commissioner, Knox Circuit Court. J. D. TUGGLE. Attorney. Sale about 1 p.m. Purchaser must execute bond as soon as sale Is over or tho property will be Immediately put up and resold. 36-3t It Is a waste ot time to try to dodge a hypocrite for he knows more dodges in a minute than you could learn in a lifetime. MICKIE SAYS VJWEM A. PEJLER VJtXMTo 'oCMSOXXH EU5E BMMIED CMt VJ TVV WvPfcc. out SKrVOOWf wemou wn vimae," feeu JESY UVCE GRACVOVV HIVA out. SS5 V. OlAC I 7 "SlieE52p V0" s -r.Jc : w I A i ; hi I ; The world's finest example ot ad' vanccd engineering in a specialized car. Every unit is the product of the best engineering brains known to the automotive industry. The cumula tivc experience of fifty years at coach work has gone into the building and finishing of the Moon. The more particular you cay be, the better it stands inspection. Comparison offers proof of its superiority. Ownership makes it conclusive. BUCHANAN MOTORS CORPORATION, Inc. meMOOM Built by Moon Motor Car Company, St Louis, t' S. A. rounded 1907 by Joseph V. Moon Gretchen Cox and Supporting Artists Coming at Chautauqua & JrJLLLLV I f' a&$M S frE.E& St VAT jg jFt r jssHr 5 f BtBB "v- f Gretchen Cos and Compiray, appearing here at the coming Redpntb Chautauqua, will he headed by Gretchen Cos, premier violinist, who hns enp tivntcd audiences In all ports of tho United States. Metropolitan newspnpers nnd music Journals throughout the country accord most enthusiastic rraise to the remarkable ability of this talented musician. Sho will be supported by two accomplished artists a vocalist and n pianist. " - Bible Thoughts for This Week Sunday. A SUN AND SHIELD: The Lord God Is a sun nnd shield: the Lord will give grace and glory; no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly. Psulra S4: 11. Monday. THE PRINCE a PEACE: For unto us a child Is born; and the gorernment shall ba upon his shoul der: and his name shall be called. The Prince of Peace. Isaiah 0: 0. Tuesday. MERCY ASSURED. He that covereth his sins shall not prosper : but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy. Proverbs 28: 13. Wednesday. REWARD OF HUMILTTT: Whosoever exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted. Luke 14: 11. Thursday. SAFE STEPS: Tho steps of n good man ore ordered by the Lord : and he delighteth in bis way. Psalm 37: 23. Friday. HOW TO GET ON: Ask. and It ; shall be given you ; sek, and ye shall find. Matthew 7: T. Saturday. WITHHOLD NOT GOOD:! Withhold not good from them to ; whom It Is due, when It Is In the power of thine hand to do It. Frov- erbs3:27. fe. KeopUp Flghtta Spirit. Ba patiant with every one, tat tbor oil with yourself. I mean, donl b disturbed becanso of your lmper fections. and always rtsa op bnval from a fall. Francis d Sales. (louring .i&"&&t&2t&& ZkA.i THREE ALLEGED BOOTLEGGERS CAPTURED NEAR L & N DEPOT On Thursday night officers arrest edBIU Burnett, Abe Jarvls and Gib Jones, all of the Bull Creek section, near the L. & N. depot on a charge of being In possession ot moonshine w.Ulskey, About fifteen gallons was the amount taken by the officers On Monday the three men were brought before Judge J. T. Stamper for trial by Jury, a verdict of guilty being found against Bill Burnett and Abe Jones and they were fined $200 each, 45 days in Jail, and were required to put up a $1,000 bond to keep the peace. Gib Jones, who Is a fifteen year old boy, was discharg ed. However, it he violates the law In any respect the Court will send him to the house of correction, be ing now out on his good bohavlor. 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 BarbourvIUe.. Farm of 150 acres on Poplar Creek. 24-tf See JOHN PARKER. A clean back yard delighteth the eyes ot the passers. WE REPAIR SHOES Ordinary Shoes Made Into Nice Oxfords. Saddles and Harness Repaired. Depot for City Papers. Business Appreciated. GEO. HUTTON & SON Seventy per cent of the 400 brightest stars aro redder than a normal star, and 83 per cent of the 400 faintest are more blue than normal. BILL'S SECRET By DOROTHY LUCE , lilt, by McClur Nswspapsr Srndlcats. When Rill and Mnrjorle boenmo en gaged, they ngrecd, with true lovers' confidence, that they would hnve no secrets from each other. Tills was eusy so far as Mnrjorle was concerned, but poor, bashful BUI, thinking of his desk and the Incriminating evidence It concealed, felt quite uncomfortable. However, he was too blissfully hnppy to stop at any promise on such an occasion as this. Ho had captured the ono girl that was nil that mattered. Bill's mother. Justifiably pleased with her son's choice, Invited Mnrjorle to spend a week In town with them. This suited his sister Dora. It meant n chance to inspect Marjorlo's pretty dresses nt close range nnd perhaps copy some of the Ideas; besides, there would be tnntlnees, parties nnd the companionship of u girl of her own nge. Her mother would be especially lenient, she knew. "How does It feel to be engaged?" she nsked Mnrjorle when they were nlone, talking rather too Intimately of their personal affairs, ns young girls have n way of doing. And Mnrjorle, responding to Horn's eager questions, confided, nmong other things. "And we're to have no secrets from each other." "Oh, then," exclaimed Dorn Joyfully, "you know what's In Bill's desk, nnd he won't let any of us open It." "No." said Mnrjorle slowly. Just a germ ot doubt beginning to troublo her. "but." she continued, brightening, "I'll nsk him tonight. I know he'll tell n.e." But Bill would not tell her "Dam that kid," ho muttered. "She's for ever prying Into someone's affnlrs." Mnrjorle coaxed at first, but Bill wns obdurate, with a stubbornness thnt silenced her. But It hurt, neverthe less, and tho hurt finnlly grew out of nil proportion to the cause. In fact, Marjorjg herself never realized how fieaf sho enme to breaking the engage ment during the dnys thnt followed. Alone together, they both maintained n sullen aloofness. BUI wns In des-,, palr. -(.:(., h Ho nnd left her for the night nnd wns nbout to open tho desk thnt had cnused so much trouble In his young life, when he suddenly thought, "And she'll be going home utter tomorrow." He pnvo tho desk n vicious kick nnd. flinging the key ncross the room, ho dropped his head Into his nrms nnd did whnt ery little boys do sometimes when their punishment seems too hard to bear. Teare, like Innghter, must end some time, however, but It was a dejected joung man who left BIU'b room the next morning. Perhaps that wns why he forgot nil about the key. Dorn found It when she went to make up his bed, nnd Joy fully called to Mnrjorle. "Shnll I open It?" she giggled. "It Is lraranterlnl to me," Mnrjorle nnswered with a coolness that mnde Dorn look up shnrply nnd gave her an Inkling of the true stntc of affnlrs. It wns thl, perhaps, thnt decided her, for with n quick turn she un locked tho desk nnd rolled back the coer. The first thing thnt cnught her eye was some pntnphlets piled neatly nt the left. She picked one up, looked It over with n puzzled frown, then fnlrly screamed with Innghter. "Oh, dear, oh, dear I" she rocked back and forth, unable to control her mirth, "Just listen, Mnrjorle. Let me I rend you theso titles 'How to Win I Her,' by John Denton Gray, professor i of psychology at Michigan university. 'When and How to Propose, 'How to Hold Your Wife's Affection,' The Suc cessful Mnrrlnge." " "Oh. dear, oh, dear I This Is too funny! Won't I tease hlra! Just wait." Mnrjorle wns conscious of n great relief nnd nlso of a surge of tender ness, almost mother-like In Its under standing. "You must never tell anyone of this," she wnmed Dorn firmly, ns the girl locked the desk nnd placed the key where she hnd found It And Dorn never did. Ull wondered at the sudden change In Marjorle, but took his good luck without questioning. He w ondered still more nt the mischievous twinkle In her eye when, a little later, he said Impulsively, "Just the same, Marjle, I think It one has an understanding of psychology, he can get anything he wants." RJ Heads, Raid. A red-hooded person has about 00, 000 hairs growing out of tho scalp. Speaker says this at convention of New England hairdressers. The figure seems unbelievably large. Yet It Is low. Brunettes average 110, 000 bairn, blondes, 140,000. Scientists, claiming prehistoric man was as halo as u monkey, say that thinness of hair or baldness Is u sign of superior mentality. Future men all bald as eggs Is the prediction. If tho scientists are right, the red heads must be a super-race. Tha Dealred Information. Unpopular Actress (taking leading port In tragedy) Oh I where can my mother ba? Gallery Voice She's peddling apples on Fifth avenue. "Hr InflnlU VarUty." Old Bach All woman are the same. Benedict That's all you know, Why even one woman Isn't the some for any length ot time. .n$T" ' ,"&..