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fOnt Thing Well Done T. H. BYRD Registered Optometrist and Optician S. E. Corner of Public Square Barbourville, Ky. SPECIALIZING Fitting of Proper Glasses Practices Mmltcd w Correction ot Defect of-Ereslgbt by the Personal Mention THE OMNISCIENT GUIDE: Tho stops of a good man nro ordered by the Lord. Psalm 37:23. B. S. Edwards was In Gattltf on business this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Parrott, a nlno pound boy, Sept. 17. Lynn Golden ot PinovIUe was hero Monday. W. J. Campbell, ' merchant of Grays, was hero Monday. J. B. Paul, Emanuel merchant, was hero Monday. G. C. Jarvls, a Jarvls Storo mer chant, was In town Monday. Mrs. Joseph Sampson returned on Monday from a visit to her son, J. W. Sampson, of Whitley City. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dlzney visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Walker Dlzney at Bimble Sunday. M 1 8808 Katherlno Itlchardson, Sam Cawn Is In Greenville, N. C. this week assisting with tho open ing of tho now storo. Misses Etna and Bertie Howard, ot Baughman, were guests of Miss Boadlo Main Sunday. Anna Francis Dlshman and Doro thy Owens wero week end guests at tho Springs. MUtcs Gwenn and Norma Cham berlain left for Bcrea Collego last Tuesday to resume their studies. Mr. and Mrs. Qlbbs Lusk delight fully entertained a number of friends Saturday night. Harold Miller left Monday to con tinue his medical studies at the Uni versity ot Louisville. Daugh Smith left Monday morn ing for Lexington where he will con tinue his studies at K. U. Miss Mary Miller has opened a Kindergarten Department at the Public School. A classified ad at 5c a line will Child-birth Valuable Illustrated Book Sent Froo Ho thousands of women, by ths simple . method of n eminent ptirlcln. hre eroded onnteMrr nlstties throush many month ' and -up to mom1" Dbr hi arrlvej, I tanr nplslnrd In lh nm.r-.lle book, "Motherhobd unit the Baby." TtlU alo what la do before and nflef bab eomes, probable dtto ot birth. tal.y rulw. t't, and about "Mother's riltnd." .....I f... thr. ernratlon of mothers, and old In all ., ,... a vcrvwhers. "Mother's Friend", U ap plied exUmally, l safe, free from narcotics, per mits easier naiurji .- . . ju.tm.n. oi nc. ... S""- -, ; it to- if.&,. " ' Si tor Wcto- KtV GSStfcSli FrUnd"U sold at d droc stoics. WmSm H l -. hMm Ladies! The Elite Garment Company have agreed to make A 'Special Display of Elite and Carolyn Scent left Monday for ? sell what you don't want to somo i a a. .. lm TT V rno wVtr. Anau wnnt If. iGxincion io uucim tuu v. v. vv ..-. ..- --. ,,.,. . . .... a nnn Born to Mr. ana Mrs-uuga a. Dixon and family went to Cumber- Howard, of Artemus. an eight pound land Oan Sunday. ,5'". o""" mu...6. ,:., ... Mrs. Nora Snell, of Corbln, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. B. S. Edwards. The Jewish New Year will begin today at-sundown and lasts two days. This will be the Jewish year 6683. H. G. McKlddy and family have moved to the flat over the Mays Grocery Store. Miss Mary Perkins, of Kbdennel, Clay County, has accepted a position with tho Clear Tone Music- Co. William and Edmund Hammons have begun school life by attending kindergarten. James Edward McDermott left on Monday for the George Military Academy, Atlanta, Ga. Miss Katherlne Dishman has re turned to the Sacred Heart Academy at Louisville. Miss Violet Miles, of Swan Pond, Is spending tho week end with Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tlnsley. Mrs. P. V. Colo and Mrs. C. D. Cole spent Tuesday in Corbln with Mrs. Ollle Chappelle. Glbbs Lusk returned to his work as conductor on a freight between Harlan and Lynch Tuesday. Mrs. Russell Kauffman Is visiting her mother Mrs. Pitchford, at Scotts ville, Ky. Mrs. It. H. Skillin, of Lebanon, Kansas, Is the guest of Mrs. W. S. Hartness, of Jelllco, at Dishman Springs. m m m 4 m m m m ifata':A'ala&! Inactive liver . Edwin Sawyers, of Lakeland, Fla. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sawyers. John Parker & Son are moving tholr store to the new store now be ing fixed between the Grant Drug Store and the Star Theatre. Miss Bertha Howard and nephew, Howard Jones, spent Sunday with their father and grandfather, W. A. Howard, of Artemus. Mrs. James H. Black spent the week end in Manchester with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milburn Bott- ner. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Miles, of Swan Pond, are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl Friday of last, week. Mrs. S. J. Evans, of Stroud, Okla. has returned home after a visit with her daughters living at Hutchinson, Kansas. Itov. A A. Ford and sister. Miss Kdith, went to Berea Collego Mon day where Miss Edith will study this year. Cole's Hot Blast Heaters make a big reduction in your coal bill see their advertisement and guaran tee, Chas. D. Cole, of Harlan, spent tho week end with his family who are visiting at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. John M. Tlnsley. If you have a horse, dog, cow, plow, furniture or other articlo to sell, a classified ad will do it. Six words five cents. Mrs. 0. C. McClung. of Butler, Ponn., recently underwent a major operation from which she is mak ing a satisfactory recovery. C. C. Smith has Installed a Hughes automatic tlectrlc range and Is de lighted with It. Tho Barbourvlllo Electric Light Co. makes an attrac tive cooking rate for these ranges. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Kennedy, Mrs. Ben Kauffman, Mrs. Ben Horndon, Mrs. T. D. Tlnsley, Mrs. Dan Hern don and Mrs. Geo. F. Tlnsley drove over to Corbln Friday. E. V. Osborne, of Corbln, former ly of Knox Fork, was In town Mon day on business. He has bought a two hundred acre farm In Indiana and will move there soon. American Legion, Deaton-Smith Post No. fiO will meet at 7:30 P. M. Sept. 27, at the City Hnll. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Craft, of Cor hin came over Sunday to visit Clar- enco Lcwallen and wife who made the teturn trip with them via Dish man Springs and Wilton. Mrs. T. W. Mlnton announces that the Annual Visiting Day to tho Mountain Dahlia Gardens will be September 30th, Saturday. All flow er lovers aro cordially Invited. .... WE REPAIR SHOES Ordinary Shoes Made Into Nice Oxfords. Saddles and Harness Repaired. Depot for City Papers. Business Appreciated. GEO. HUTTON & SON f3i& H&rlXYI&jft ill Jkjr ',' Coats - Suits - Dresses At Our Store Wednesday, Sep 27 One Day Only "i have had trouble with an Inactive liver," wrote Mrs. S. Nichols, of 4412 Spencer St., Houston, Texas. "When 1 would get constipated, I would feel a light, dizzy feeling in my head. To get up in tne morning m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m is m m K m to medicine. It not only cleans ) the liver, but leaves you in such a food condition. I have used m it a long time, when food does not seem to set well, or me stomach Is a little sour." ! with a lightness in the. head and ft trcmhlv feellntr is oftn a sicn that the stomach is out of order. For this I took Thcdford's Black-Draught, and without a doubt can say I have never found its eaual in any liver If it isn't Thedforch m to m to m a :.' I j it iau t, j 4BLACK-DRAUGIim Liver Medicine. ! t Miss Carrie Stanflll has returned to attend Union College this year after a pleasant vacation with her sister In Knoxville, Tenn. K. F. Davis sold his homo In River Park View, across the river on the pike, this week to S. B. Par ker. Dr. J. S. Lock has been called to Germantown. Ponn., on account of the Illness of his father, Mr. Wm. Lock. J. F. Ituggles attended a meet ing nf tho Mutual Benefit Lifo Insur ance Agents of Lexington district at Lexington Wednesday. Henry Helton, from near Wilton, was in town Monday. Tho mines are running In good Bhapo when gons can be obtained. Carl B. Morris, who has been spending hU vacation in Louisville, sDent the week-end with homo ioiks preparatory to returning to Borea. About sixteen members of the American Legion went to Corbln Sunday to attend tho decoration of a boy named, May of tho Corbln Post. Tho decoration was for gal lantry In Franco and drew a big at tendance All of May's company vnra killed excent himself but ho lay onthe ground firing his machine Owning your own home, you can mako repairs and Improvements as you want them, instead of waiting upon the consent of someone else. Will Chamberlain, of Lynch, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson and his child ren who are staying with the Jack son family. Miss Baucuman was secured as teacher for the colored school last week. Several speeches were mado hv white as well as colored citizens at the opening of the school Monday Charlie Main and family and Mrs. Geo. Foley and Miss Anna Main went to Mt. Vernon by auto Sunday visiting Mrs. Geo. Smith of Corbln on their return. . Mrs. Maude Hartness, of Jelllco, Ky., and Mrs. R. H. Skillin, ot Le banon, Kansas, visited their cousin, Mrs. Mack Hammons, Monday. It was the first time they had met in fifteen years. C. E. White, of Gray, was lit town for rye seed Tuesday accompanied bv Denver White, ot Huntington, w. Vn. Mr. White crew Elberta peaches this year that measured 13 3-4 Inches around. They sold at $2.00 per bushel. Lost Umbrella.at B. B. I. Sun day. Sent. 3. Bears Initials L. A. H. Ivory tips and tortoise shell handle. black silk. Pleaso return to omco of Mountain Advocate. 40-2t This is your chance to make an exclusive selection Announcement of Fall and Winter Millinery Opening September 22nd. and 23rd. iss Laura Hayes M I Barbourville, TRAGEDY AT HAZARD Kentucky Dan Payne, of the Service Shoo Shop, left for Hazard Tuesday morn ing on receipt of news that .his brother, James L. Payne, had been mortally wounded In an encounter with James Holllday, brother ot Sheriff Tolbert Holllday, who was killed, and another deputy, James Bversole, who was shot in tho shoulder. FARMS FOR SALE VISITING DAY Mrs. T. W. Minton announces that the Annual Visiting uay to tno Mountain Dahlia Gardens will bo September 30th. Saturday. All flow er lovers aro cordially invited. FREE SAMPLES AND STILE BOOK OF MEN'S TAILOR MADE CLOTHING. Sent on Itequest Wear Tailor Made Clothes. They cost no more than "rsady made .rJSSJum. your own home, select your own styla and let our experts, tailor our 'Ult.,IOou,rU,i.Spto book and see what wonderful values we offer. VWlte us a card today. You may loreet U tomorrow, E?7'2FrvC3riv Kft VlVi nj llV . i r rTjf (Pf$g 808-BU.313 WSST KAKKZT BT. Z,OTTISTZXXS, XT. Pleas Mention This Paper According to tho dally press It is alleged that Payne was having somo trouble with his wife and someono telephoned the office ot tho sheriff. Holllday and Eversolo went to ln vestlcato and Holllday, who had but one hand, was shot within a few feet of the Payne home, four bullets striking him before ho fell. Payno, It Is alleged, then opened tho door of tho home and Eversole, who had shifted his pistol to his left hand for his shoulder was wounded, opened fire on him, three bullets striking Pavno before he could level his pis tol. The wifo and children bathed the wounds until a physician arrived. Holllday was the second sherin to be killed recently. James L. Payne formerly lived at Flat Lick and owned a coal cutting machine. He is said to bo an intel ligent man and normally of a pleas ant temperment but was evidently overwrought when tho tragedy took placo. His father, Sy Payno, lives on Fighting Creek and la a good cltl tpii. Much svmnathy will bo felt for him and tho rest of tho family that such a tragedy should have been en-actedr SO acres, 4 room house and out bulldlucs. barn good as new. Plenty orchard of all kinds of fruit. Most .of this land Is strong and produces J well, all cleared but 30 acres, more timber than tho farm needs. 1& miles from Federal Highway, on tele phone line. Rural mail delivery. 1 mile from good school, church and store, convenient to market. Price $350.00. $500.00 down. I cult Court. Call, wire or write ROBERT T. TEMPLE, 45-7t Hawesville, Ky. TO THE PEOPLE OF BARBOURVILLE Your past Is dead and gone. SONG BALLADS With Music By W. J. Kelly "I'm His Little Child" "The Gospel Accord ing To You" 35c each per copy Orders taken at Mountain Advocate . .80 acres of fine Ohio River bottom land, 4 miles from this city, mile from good school, church, store and rail road station, near Federal High way. Flno up-to-date residence of 9 rooms; equipped with water works and a modern dairy barn with water works, (ono of tho finest dairy barns In Hancock County.) 3 acres in or chard. Farm well fenced, clean and in fine shape. Choice neighborhood Price $9,500.00. 75 ucres, house of 4 rooms and porch, nice cistern on porch. Good stable and tobacco barn; farm well fenced: strong, never-falling spring Nearly all of this land Is good not rough or rocky. Farm lays along i public road and near Federal High way; Va mile to good school and a church. Telephone and dally mall service. Price $1,900. one half to bo paid down. 110 acres, 2 sets of buildings, 3 room house and 4-room house with out buildings; plenty barn room; 1 cistern and 5 springs; 30 acres In timber. Land lays well and pro duces well. Near Federal Highway, mile from a good school, church and store. Price $1,900.00 Ono halt down. 00 ucres of flno Ohio River bot tom land with a nice house of 6 rooms with porchos and halls; nice out buildings, stables and barns all up-to-date and modern In every way. No bushes, rocks, stumps, hills or swamps. Nico fencing. Land pro duces any kind of crop. Roads good. V, mile from rail road station. The church and school less than 100 yds from residence. Prlco $6,500.00 $3,500.00 down. I have any amount of other farms for sate with prices ranging from $400.00 to $37,000.00. The morals of Hancock County aro among tho best of any county In the state as shown from Its empty Jail and one and two days ot Clr- Tho Kentucky Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church meets in Barbourville on September I 27th, 1922. This conference brings to our city two of the bishops and moro than one hundred and fifty ' . ....... ,1.1. ntiii.nl. t ID imuisiura ui iuio tumiu nun many cities and towns of Kentucky and representatives ot other states and conferences. Nothing we can do hero will impress our visitors so much as a clean town. Wont you 'contribute to this end by cleaning the street and gutter and cut grass 1 and weeds in front of your property ilucludlng the strip of parking be- jtweon tho sidewalk and street curb' The City has not tho funds in Jiand to do this work, but if everyone will do his bit we can mako a splendid appearance. It will tako but a 'few minutes for those of us who 'may do tho work ourselves, or but a small sum to havo It done. The Board of Council begs every property owner and tenant to join them in this work on Saturday, September 23rd, or Monday, the 25th. Let's do it. THOS. D. TINSLEY, Mayor. THE STRIKE Strike while you can get a bar- cain! You will havo ono In my home on Sycamore Street, ono of the very best locations In town and a fine nrenertv. 2-Story frame house, 8 rooms and 2 halls, bath room wIUj hot and cold water, cellar, barn and pure well water. Slzo of lot 56x140 feet. 46-4t J. K. MILLER For Sale Mission Style Buffet, cheap. Mrs. Ed Dishman. 46-tf Sale BilU : If yoHMcd Offie cone US THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE DOOK AND JOD PRINTERS BiVRDOURVniliB, KY. 3 9 ia gi i"fii WW'9 gun until help came.