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THE ADVOCATE FRBD BURfcAN EDITOR JKNNIB McDKRMID BURMAN ASSOCIATE KDITOR Issued weekly br The Mountain Advocate Publishing Co.. at BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY .B&terec l the Foat Office at Bar- bonrrllU: i. aa cond-class mall matter. OFriCIAIi ORGAN OP THE RE PUBLICAN PARTX IN KNOX COUNTT SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly In adTance) One Year ........ 11.60 Six Months 0.7( Any item Intended for publication honld reaoh this office not later than Wednesday or wo will be forced to carry it over for the coming week. ORGANIZATION MEETING Of Knox County Public Health Association At a meeting of the citizens inter ested in a Public Health Bureau for Knox County, with Dr. J. S. Locke in the chair, the following were elected as officers for the en suing year: President, Earl Mayhew. 1st Vice Pres. Rev. J. 0. Gross. Ses'y-Treas. Mrs. P. D. Sampson. Mayor T. D. Tinsley kindly offered to attend to the articles of incor poration. The committee on Constitution and By-Laws: C. P. Heidrlck, Rev. A. A Ford, Rev. J. O. Gross. The Bureau guaranteed one half of the salary of the nurse for the months of October, November and December. Citizens Wiho have subscribed to the work of sustaining a nurse are asked to send their checks to Mrs. F. D. Sampson, Secretary-Treasurer, or pay the same to either of the banks. A meeting is called for 7:30 on Monday nlgbt at the Christian Church and all Interested are asked to be present. Dr. Lock reported that Bell County is putting on a health ser vicewhloh will cost $12,000 per year and that Harlan is increasing its appropriation from 5,000 to $10, 000. A tax of one mill would give us some$5,000 for the work in this county. Dr. Lock also reported that the Magistrates had offered to co-operate in the formation of auxiliary Health Units and these will send representatives to the meetings held in the city. Fred Burman, Temporary Secretary. tigurtttes Hi They are GOOD! 10' BnytkitCizarttteeniSeveMoney AUTO BUSINESS IMPROVING Automobiio dealers thruout Ken tucky report the best conditions since 1919. according to word re ceived by J. A. Kauffman, one of our local dealers, from the office of the Kentucky Automotive Trade As sociation at Louisville. Mr. Kauffman was notified at the same time of his appointment as County Chairman for this county representing the Stato Association. Tho Information in regard to busi ness conditions was compiled from t answers to a questionaire sent out i from Louisville to dealers in all parts of the ctate. Reports from every source indicated that business lis better than It was at this time last year and in many instances it showed an Increase of fifty to a hun dred per cent from the correspond ing period of 1921. A membership campaign will be put on the first week in August, ac cording to Mr. Kauffman, the object of which will be to enroll every automobile and truck dealer and garage man In the State Association The purpose of the organization is. branches of the automotive business in Kentucky and to improve trade conditions. It js also sought to fa vor legislation at Frankfort that .deals Intelligently and and fairly with tie motor business, as well as to onnose tho ODDOslte EOrt of leels-! latlon. rtjBMC HEALTH NURSE COMING Dr. J. S. Lock met a number of citizens Tuesday at the Mayor's of fice to formulate plans for raising money for tho work of the County Health Bureau. It was decided to distribute cards at tho Chautauqua Wednesday night the signing of which would mean membership in the organization at $1.00 per year. WEST Joseph West, 32 years of age of Brush Creek, died Friday morning from tuberculosis and was burled at the Little Brush Creek graveyard Saturday. A wife and three child ren survive. 0,& M. R. R. ADDS .NKW HQ.UIPMKNT The Cumberland & Manohestcr Railroad which recently added a flno passenger engine and thirty-five, now steel coal cars to its equip ment, has supplemented this by buying two magnificent freight en gines which are the last word In construction and design. Work Is rapidly progressing on the ballast ing of the road bed and when this Is completed the big engines, whloh weigh about 200,000 pounds, will be pressed Into service. It Is said, that in a short time the Cumber land & Manchester Railroad will be tho finest short line In the United States. CAR DAMAGED BY FIRE The car of Henry W. Bowman was damaged by fire while standing In tho alley back of the store Tues day night after 8 o'clock. It is sus pected the machine was set on fire either purposely or thru someone who was smoking taking off tho cap of the tank as this had been re mnrpil when the car was finally ex amined. Fortunately tho interior of the car does not appear to have been damaged. WHISKEY PARAPHENALIA Four tubs, a thumping keg and a wood cap were found on the head of Big Richland Monday by Ike Taylor, T. H. Phillips and Tom Watts, all rtonntv sheriffs. No still was found but the old furnace previously used was found. COItniN QUIET CITY WATER PURE In view of the fact that there are several cases of thphold In town It is of great Interest to note that Dr. q, H. Albright has received word that samples of city water ie sent away for analysis are free from con tamination. Don't drink well water unless thoroly boiled. ARTEMUS NEWS DINNER PARTY Emily Minton, of Maryville, Tenn who has been the guest of Deborah Ryder, and Sarah Flake Conning- I ham, the guest of Bernice Hum- ueei, were uuuuicu w.n u.uuw . Mrs. Ryder's apartment In Speed Hall on Tuesday evening. Those at 'the table were Deborah Ryder, Emil 'ly Minton, Sarah Flake Cunningham, J Bernice Humfleet, Jean and Mary Richardson. Jim lora aau mis ttyyeum. ic- jmoved at the iogan tiospiiai wen neday. Bill Bays Is moving to his lumber camp on Brush Creek and John Hill Is moving Into Bill's house. Lewis Webb sold his homo to Hugh How ard who is moving in this week. John Davis sold his home to Milt Cowan who Is moving In. Milt Cowan is moving into the home he bought from Leman Hillineld. Miss Mabel Smith, of Middlesboro, visited Mrs. E. O. Hembree. The folks are all blaekbcrrylng and find them Plentiful. W. F. Wilson nas bought the houses of the old Cum berland Coal Co. and also the lots in the rear of the depot and they are for sale. Contains one and three quarters acres of rich land, one 3-room and one 4-room house, ceil ed and weatherboarded. Painted inside and outside. Uncle Jen Baker Is quite sick. No Work No Worry for Pure Ice Cream The Auto Vacuum Ice Cream Freezer The Auto Vacuum Ice Cream Freezer-is 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 bo 'frequently does with old style freezers. It is absolutely sanitary and easy to clean. No puddles or loose 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, sf irm 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 sizep are finished in white enamel. . PRICES v; 1 Quart Size... . -..... $4.09 2 Quart Size 5.00 , 4 Quart Size 8.50 Write for booklet ROGAN BROS. COMPANY FRANKFORT, KY., July 12. Conditions at Corbln where the Louisville and Nashville railroad Company is preparing to re-open its shops with non-union men, under guard, are quiet, Assistant Adjutant General Major Isaac Wilder today roported to Jackson Morris, adju tant general. He said about 25 men were working In the shops at pre sent. ' Altho thero were no direct Indi cations of trouble at Corbln and Govenor Morrow stated in his pro clamation issued Tuesday night that citizens there had promised not to countenance violence, preparations have been made to 5uell any dis- turbanqe. The adjutant general has instructed troop commanders to b'e ready to move at any time an a min ute's notice. Just when the Louisville and Nashville will send Its new men to Corbln could not be learned today. Lexington Leader. Note The local National Guard has been ordered to hold Itself In readiness for any move thought to be necessary by Governor Morrow. OVERLY Raymond Overly, 22 years of age, son of Rev. E. R. Overly, passed away Monday night at the Cincin nati General Hospital. He was In jured about three months ago in a baseball game at London. The ball struck him on the head and caused a blood clot to form on the brain. He was operated on for this Thurs day of last week. Raymond was a freshman at Sue Bennett Memorial College and ath letic coach at the same place. He is well known .here and a graduate of the academic department of Union College. He was burled at, Carlisle, Ky., Thursday morning. The sympathy of his many frlendB goes out to the bereaved family. Sow Soy Beans for bay, pasture or green manure. County Agent. HARDWARE THAT WEARS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION KENTUCKY MIDDLESBORO, Mrs. Joe Sampson is visiting her brother, T. J. Kellems, Red House, Ky., accompanied by her son, Judge F. D. Sampson. Mrs. Ernest Cannon is visiting her daughter, Miss Pearl Miller, and sister, Mrs. J. W. Hlsei, In Big Stone Gap, Va. There will be a free clinic July 17th and 18th at the Barbourville Court House conducted by the doc tors of the county for diagnosis of tuberculosis and Instruction In care and prevention of same. Let us try to get all those who are Infected or fear Infection to come and take ad vantage of this free examination by competent physicians. Ten young people from the Chris tian Church returned the first of the week from Harlan where they had been In attendance upn the South eastern Kentucky Christian Endea vor Conference. About one hundred young people representing a num ber of denominations were present. Barbourville, with, ten registered delegates, had the largest delegation from any ono town. MIes Edith Ford was elected Superintendent of Social Service for this district. Rev. Arthur Ford, of the Chris tian Church, entertained the young people" of the church with a wenie roast on the river bank at Long Hill Wednesday evening. After demol ishing vast quantities of welnles and other good eats the young people made themselves comfortable about the campfire and listened to the re ports of those who attended the C. E. Conference In Harlan. Rev. Ford declares he has found the solution of thatymuch discussed problem of the yonng people and the church. It Is welnles and then more welnles. Miss Margaree Mitchell enter tained some of her friends at the Star Theatre Wednesday night. After the show they were served re freshments at the drug store. Those present were Misses Edith Ford, De borah ityaer, uernice uumneei, urn Moore, Margie Moore, Jean Richard son. Mary Richardson, Sarah Cun ningham, Selden Steele, Emily Min ton. A pleasant evening was enjoyed. Wanted Names of boys and girls interested in education to write W. J. KELLY Harlan, Kentucky. 'fbJ'lflWai11 USE i? o Good Business Judgment And when you are in need of A good suit of clothes Pair of Shoes Hat or Cap Shirt or Collar Tie or Supporters Belt Suspenders Trousers or Underwear Sox or Handkerchief Tennis Shoes Dry Goods and Notions BUY THEM At The People's Store And Save Money We appreciate vouf trade The People's Store Barbourville, Ky AliLii OIL c'LoWi, TABLE LINEN AND WlNDOW'SHADES QUALITY . And Cleanliness Are Important Factors In Your Grocery Purchases We feature Standard Brands and insist on absolute clean liriees 'in our store. ": Golden & May Sucrs. to F. W. Golden & Son A 4 TID3ATRE PARTY PLEASANT GUESTS LUNCHEON Miss Mary McDormott was hostess at a luncheon Friday given In her lovely new homo In honor of Miss Roberta Cole's visitors. Covers were laid (or the follow ing:- Miss Kelle Korn ot Middle town, Ohio, Mrs. Norrall H. Cobb ot Warren, Ohio, Miss Roberta Cole, Mrs. J. A. McDermott, Messrs Orr Tarr nad Morton Wlkoff, of Middle town, Ohio, James McDermott Jr. and J. A. McDermott. Miss Nelle Korn and Messrs Orr Tarr and Norton Wlkoff, who have been the guests ot Miss Roberta Cole the past week, returned to their home In Mlddietown, Ohio, Monday morning. Miss Korn, who Is a graduate of the Cincinnati College of Music, was unable to sing on account ot having laryngitis, to the regret ot her many friends she made while here. They hope that she will re turn again soon and that they may not be deprived of that pleasure. Mr. .Tarr is also an accomplished musician. His music on the banjo, accompanied on the piano by Mr. 'Anderson of the Redpalh Chautau jqua, formerly of the Benson Jazz Orchestra of Chicago, was. greatly , enjoyed by all who heard them. These young people enjoyed the southern hospitality of Barbourvllla to the fullest extent and wa hope thai we shall soon have thorn In osr midst again. DINNER AT MBHMAN SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. R. Baesett Minton entertained Miss Roberta Cole's visitors for dinner at the Dlsbman Springs Hotel Friday evening. Those present were Miss Nelle Korn, Miss Roberta Cole, Messrs. Orr Tarr and Morton Wlkoff, Mrs. T. W. Minton, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bassett Minton and David Randolph Mlatoa. GOVKBXQBV BALL AT MBHMA3 SPRINGS On Saturday night the Dlshmaa Springs Hotel management gave a ball la honor of Governor Edwin P. Morrow, who was a guest there. The grand march was led by Mrs. J, A. McDermott and the Oover&or. About two hundred gaeata were U attendance at the ball and all west merry as a marriage bll. . it,-iMt .-' ,-.$ i u.JiJlL 1 L.jtr-U ,. ..