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THE ADVOCATE FRHD J3UKMAN EDITOR JENNIE MeDERMID BDRMJLN APSOUtAXE EDITOR Issued weekly by The Mountain Advocate Publishing Co., at BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Bnteret t the Pott Office, at Bar- bourvlllt ivj aa iwnnd-class mall matter. OK'K.IAL OKGAN OP TUB PODUCAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTT RE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly In advance) Oae Year $1.60 Biz Month 0.7S Any Heme Intended for publication ihonld reaoh this office not later than Wednesday or we will bo forced to carry vt. over tor the coming week. TUB LAW AND TIIE "PROFITS" BRUSH CREEK JITNEY Continued from first pase link up wtlh those men who, from the time of Drake, Raleigh, and Froblther, have felt the call for tho remote places of the earth until to day wherever a rock Juts Its head out of the seas, one will find a man of Anglo-Saxon blood taking care of It. It Is blood that, marked with strong commonsenso, bulldog tenac ity and a ftim belief In God has made the gratest record on human history and Is still doing It today. Study the names of our political leaders, our Inventors and great leaders of thought In tho United States and they will bo found to bo men of Anglo-Saxon lineage. Is there any wonder then that the men of the mountains are proud of their blood and resent the sneer of fools whose lot has been cast In places where the difficulties of life have been as naught compared with those who have had to subdue what was formerly a wilderness, with all the forces of nature against them. Rather should they tako lessons In humility from those who have never faltered, whatever the task, but have succeeded by sheer grit in making a seemingly Impossible country one of the richest In the Commonwealth of Kentucky. rnr cigarettes 10 They are GOOD! yajwwu r CONGRESSMAN BOBSION TALKS AT .MASONIC PICNIC Not all the profits of the law go to tho lawyer. Ancient Babylonia had its code of laws as did tho Children of Promise. In fact, ever since man stood before his Maker as an intelligent being he has acknowledged that thero is a something that is greater and stronger than .himself; in other words, law. The wide span of tho universe in which each of us is but as a fleeting breath blown from the nostrils is founded on law. The past the present and the future aro no mere Jumble of circumstances but are the carrying out of the laws of the wonderful Being who made all things and of Wihom our finite minds can have no real conception. The fact that law Is fundamental and that It is the source of, order, that without it we should surely die, is proof that it pays to obey the law, whether it be the law of God or man. There is a strength and power to the laws of the Creator which make our puny efforts to fight against them as the vain beatings of the waves against the rockribbed shore. There Is also a strength and solidity In organized society that makes the breaking of the laws of humanity a foolish thing. We may get away with it for a while, but ultimately, we shall be broken on tho wheel of life. ' ; This is so because society has MISS JEWEL TTE found thru bitter experience that only by the orderly process of right Tne hospitable home of Mr. and living may society expand into its Mr8 George Tye was tne gcene best; that human happiness is built of festlvitles on Sunday afternoon uu UC"J"U "wu aua ou lne aeceni,when their eldest daughter, Miss characters which are the result otjeWel, entertained a number of her Congressman J. M. Robslon made I the address at the Masonic picnic at East Bernstadt last Saturday nd re ceived a hearty welcome from his big ihost of friends. The people of the 11th District know that In Con gressman Robslon they have a big man, not only physically but also mentally. They know too, that J. M. Robslon, of "Kingdom Come," Is on the square with them, honestly sympathizes with their troubles and will work like a badger to remove them. Whatever plcayunlsh attacks are made on our Congressman, keep the facf In mind that he had done one of the very biggest things in the history of the Commonwealth in putting thru a bill which will ulti mately lift Kentucky and the moun tains out of the mud, which one, teat alone is something only a big man mentally could do. Those who know the facts are aware of a terri fic struggle against tremendous op position which called for every faculty of mind and body. That he succeeded is to his eternal credit. ENTERTAINS such living, Religion is but law, life and death are but laws and the law of the fit test is but the lives of those who recognize that a buzzsaw is not something to lightly disregard. It pays to keep the law. METHODIST CHURCH There will be the usual morning services. The pastor, Rev. John Owen Gross, will have charge of the Union service at the band stand In the evening. PERSONAL MENTION Bays & Alford have opened up a merchandise business in Artemus. These are admirable young men and will undoubtedly establish a good business. The baby of Frank Johnson has been placed in the Children's Free Hospital, Louisville, on account of the fact that Mrs. Johnson Is almost bedfast with tuberculosis. As a re sult of the recent clinic the baby was placed in this hospital to be treated for possible infection. Mrs. L. L. Richardson has been appointed on the Ctly School Board to fill a vacancy. This appointment will receive the hearty support of the school patrons and of the public generally. Sentiment favors the idea of women serving on school boards. JMrs. Richardson is deeply Interest ed in the welfare of the public school and, having served as presi dent of the Parent Teachers Associ ation last year, Is probably better Informed of conditions as they are than any other person In our city. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday, August Oth, 1022 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. This will be the last service until the pastor returns from Winchester where ho goes to conduct a revival. friends. The young people obeyed an old time mandate to "come early and stay long." Miss Tye was as sisted In receiving her friends by her mother and house guest, Mrs. W. W .Lowe, and also her younger sisters Misses Drucllla and Lily Dale A delightful buffet supper was serv ed and the evening was voted per fect by all the young people present. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Jarvis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scent, Mr. and Mrs. George Tinsley, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kauffman Mr. and Mrs, Fred Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Herndon, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herndon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kauffman, Mrs. Dona Sneed, Misses Mary Agnes Heldrick, Emolyn Samp son, Daisy Robslon, Ruby Putman, Messrs. Pat O'Hara, R. D. McDade, James Jarvis, Charley Gibson, Pitt Black ond Joe McDonald. RICE Mrs. Lucy Rice, 30 years of age, wife of Arthur Rice, died at the Lo gan Hospital July 27, following an operation. The funeral was held in the Hayes graveyard July 28. A husband and one child survive. DINNER On Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. C .F. Heldrick were hosts at their pleasant apartment to a dln der for the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rathfon, Mrs. Maud Tinsley Dysard, of Ashland, Mrs. Norvllle Cobb, of Warren, O., Misses Lily Dale Tye and Mary Agnes Hel drick. After the dinner auction whist was enjoyed. Wanted Names of boys and girls interested in education to write W. J. KELLY Harlaa, Kentucky. Wednesday every one within the sound of our city clock was out of time for the clock was not striking and people have become very de pendent upon th town clock since it has been kept running so steadily Gus Hauler, who Is a public bene factor, says the clock does not vary a minute a month now. We would not be surprised if he has it on a motor attachment before long so that it will automatically wind itself. DAVIS Mrs. Lou Davis, widow of K. S. Davis, died at her home at Bryant Store Tuesday night and was buried Wednesday at the McKcehan grave yard. Three children survive. BULLOCK Tho death of Will Bullock, 52 years, occurred at his home near Jarvis Store July 28th. He was buried in the Jarvis graveyard A son survives. PLEASANT OUTING J. A. Mrs. F. R. Barner and Mrs, Frank Hawn took Rev. and Mrs. A. Ford and Mrs. Henrietta Ford autolng Saturday afternoon out to DiBhman and surrounding country. A delightful picnic supper was en Joyed on top of Paint Hill. Bible Thoughts for This Week 5tmdy. STAT WITH THE LORD t The Lord U with you, while ye be with htm; and If ye seek htm, he will bo found of you ; but If ye forsake him, he will forsake you. 2 Chronicles 15: 2. Monday. WAIT PATENTLY: Watt on the Lord: be of good courage and be Khali strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord. Psalm 27: 14. TlMiday. A LOVE FEAST) Better ts a dinner of herbs where love U, than a stalled ox and hatred therewith. ProTcrbs 15: 17. Wednesday. THE ONLY SAFE TRUSTS Some trust In chariots, and some In horses: but we will remember the name of the Lord our God. Psalm 20: 7. Thursday. SPEAK THE OOOD WORD: Heaviness In the heart of man makcth it stoop: bet a good word makrth It glad. Proverbs 12: 23. Friday. P1-A.TER FOR WISDOM: So tench us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wis dom. Psalm 00: 12. Saturday. HOW TO CONQUER AN ENE MY: When a man's ways please the Lord, he maketh even his toe in lus tJ be at peace with him. Proverbs 10: 7. SPEEDERS FINED Tie City Police Court presided over by Judge J. J. Tye, is fining speeders right along for the offence and the Advocate wishes to let the fact be known so that citizens with taste for the speedy may put In force a personal reform movement and save themselves the chagrin of being brought before the court. " " MMBMHHMM HHB MMMMMMMaMM fc. ? Your Grocery Should Be Upto-Date Quality Of Goods, Variety In Choice, Extreme Cleanliness and a Willingness to Oblige are all Features of Importance. IT IS A PLEASURE To Serve You In Every Way Golden- & May Sucrs. to F. W. Golden & Son . W. II. GREEN IS BUSY W. H. Green and prohibition of- ucers bui a 101 01 biius last wees among them one from tho Willough- by Inman place, taking also over 600 gallons of beer and liquor. Also i BUI Cupp, who is alleged to have ; been running a still In his back ! yard at the head of Wetstono Creek. I Two stills were taken from the Ellas ! Whltt place, of Lake Fork, at the head of Poplar Creek, one being in operation. A quantity of beer was destroyed along with all the stills. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP EXCURSION FARE $3.63 Barbourville, Ky. To Brodhead, Ky. ACCOUNT BRODHEAD FAIR Tickets on sale Aug. 15th. to 17th. inclusive, and for trains scheduled to arrive at Brodhead, Ky., before noon Aug. 18th. Ticket! good for return to reach Barbourville, Ky. before midnight August 19th. For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent The Day of the Specialised Car Synonymous with "a good automobile" are such names as Continental; Timken; Borg fe? Beck; Spicer, and Brown-Lipe the world s leading specialists in thejr respec tivc fields. Moon engineers have long anticipated the dawning of the day of the specialized car a car with each and every unit the product of the world's foremost specialists a car in which the best engineering skill of our entire generation has been combined a car comprising units that no single plant or factory, however great, could equal. Such a car is the Moon. The paramount advantages the Moon con veys to motorists is the service rendered by Moon dealers everywhere, plus the maintenance of service stations through' out the country by the manufacturers of these units, involving a total investment no one car manufacturer could hope to equal. Such leaders as Continental Motors; Tim' ken Axles; Borg fc? Beck Clutches, and Spicer Universal Joints have combined in establishing headquarters in all the prin cipal cities, where genuine parts for their products can be obtained and dealers sup' plied without the delay incident to await' ing factory shipments. ' Compare the Moon unit for unit with any car for both value and service. Come in and go over the Moon in detail. v .. . Continental Red Seal Motor. i. Delco Starter and Ignition, $. Timken Axles. 4. Spicer Universal Joints. j. Sroum-Lipe Transmission. Moon's Ten Proven Units 6. Borg f Beck Clutch. 7. Rayfield Carburetor. 8. Extde Battery. o. 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