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im . .ww- On Thing WH Done T. H. BYRD -j Registered Optometrist and Optician S. E. Cqrner of Public Square Phone 249. Barbourvllle,. Ky. Specializing ECtTE Fitting oPProper Glasses personal Mention r MAN'S APPEAL: 0 Lord, re vive thy work In tho midst of the years. Habakkuk 3;26 Gordon CatrorirB Logansport, itronVW Intl., spent Christmas at homo. Mrs O. O. Catron, of Corbln, was oro for Christmas. tollss Laura Hays has been on the list with a sovero cold. V. Bargo, Plat Lick had busl- kero Tuesday. F. Blanton, of Crano Nest, was Ifuesday. Ric Mooro, of Glbbs, was In town Tuesday on business. James L. Wilson, of PInevllle, was hero Tuesday on business. Jas. Mayhan, of Emanuel, was here Tuesday attending to business. Wm. Lock Is reported very 111 at his home in Germantown, Penn. Mrs. J. Fred Catron and daughter Miss Fannie spent Thursday of last week In Mlddlesboro. Mls3 Efflo Catron, who Is teach ing in Harlan, spent Christmas at (home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cawn and M. D. Levlne spent Christmas in Coriln. A. F. Archer, of Elberton, Ga., spent Christmas with his mother Mrs. W. M. Archor. Mrs J. N. I?ays- ''and daughter, liss Laura, spent Christrmw.. in Clnevlllo with Mrs. B. B. Golden) Kin. Scott Barton, of Corbln. wi Christmas guest of Miss Kate Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Parker took Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parker. F. A. Scent, of the School of "Iarmacy, Louisville, spent Christ ' mas with home folks. Harold Miller and Allen Tuggle are home from the Medical School University of Louisville. Kenneth Tuggle, from the Ohio State University, enjoyed Christmas at home. "" Misses Norma and Gwen Cham berlain of Berea, spent tho holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson. Mack Brown, of Emanuel who "has been working at Harlan, spent Christmas at home. I. J. Edwards, fruit representa tive of W. R. Strange and Co. of Mlddlesboro, was in town Tuesday. rooooc v rrcqueiu "I suffered with chronic constipation that would bring on very severe headaches," says Mrs. Stephen H. Klncer, of R. F.D.I. Cripple Creek, Va. "I tried different medicines and did not get -relief. The head aches became very frequent I heard of Bedford's LACK-DRAUGHT w a and took it for a headache, and V the relief wasHery quick, and A it was so long before lhad another headache. Now I Just w keep the Black-Draught, and A donvt let myself get In that 2 condition." T Thedford's Black-Draught fl (purelyictable) has been pt found I t.ieve constipation. ' m V Y stimulating me action 01 SeUver, when it is torpid, helps to drive many poisons out ol vour Nrystem. Biliousness, indigestion, headache, and 'similar troubles are often ftllevel in this way. It te the fiHturalway. B natural! Try Buck-uraugni, SH srwywKrt. Miss Georgia Gcycr ihas accepted a position with tho Buchanan Mo tors Coporatlon. Morris Black, Daugh Smith, Miss Carolyne Scent and Miss Catherine Richardson nrb home from the U of K for tho holidays Jeff T. Moore and family spent their Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Henson. Santa was very good to Jeff, as ho should be. Jim Miles and Charlie Green spent Christmas ihuntlng. Jim got two birds and one rabbit Charlie two rabbits and one bird. Mr Coleman, of Atlanta, an official of the Nichols Contracting Co, was tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Parker over Christmas. A. M. Decker. Br. and E. E. Saw yers received a quarter of nice ven ison Tuesday from W. W. Sawyers, of Sliver City, New Mexico. With liquor practically, If not en tirely absent from our midst, Xmn's. day proved one of peace on earth and good will to nil mon. Chester Morris, of tho Medical School, University of Louisville, and Carl Morris, of Berea, were home this week on vacation. Robert W. Colo has opened his hamburger nnd general eats and drinks stand next door to Cole and Hughes. Miss Cora Geyer came In Satur day from Hazard where she Is sten ographer for a coal company, to be with home folks for a week. Tho rirst Friday In January Is set for the installation of officers of hKiwanls and on the third Friday i the charter will be presented, i Monroe Smith, of the Common wealth Life Ins. Co., Louisville, is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Oldfleld. BIr3. Bonnie Dalo Atwater with her husband and little Nelle, from Durham, N. C, are visiting the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tye. j Mrs Mattle Baker will leave about Jan. 1 far Roseland, Fla., whero Captain McDaniels and Wp. Mc Danlel are already enjoying the summery weather. Charles Hammons, of Girdler, and Grant Hammons, a warehouse agent !of Frankfort, were in town Tuesday, the latter having come over to spend Christmas. with relatives. Hester Hamblln, from the mouth of Poplar, was In town Tuesday to see about the shipment of his goods ' t mm rvavta nhara Tin lina liopn liv ing for two months. The City Restaurant invites our citizens to drop In for a meal or for anything else that a restaurant carries. A first' class meal Is pro mised by the management. Joseph Smith spent tho hollldays with his daughter, Miss Lena, at Asiville, N. C. and reports her doing nicely nnd will be homo in early spring. John M. Tlncley killed his big, fat hog last week and Is sharing his fine home mude pork sausage with .his friends among them the Advo cate. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Herren and two children and Mr. J. R. McWhor ter, of Le Junior, Ky., visited Mr. nnd Mrs. E E. Sawyers through the holldiys. John Newman, who is employed as a government mechlnlst at Mc Cook Aviation Field, Dayton, Ohio, came In with Mrs. Newman (nee Pearl Bullock) to spend Xmas. with relatives. Boone and Miss Diana Smith gave a Christmas party Christmas night with some twenty-flva pres ent as well as good things to eat. Among those present wero five guests of Boone from out of town. Miss Roberta Colo, who Is home on a vacation from tho Cincinnati C nservatory of Music, sang at the M. E. Church Sunday and received many sincere, compliments on her beautiful voice. Oet taterwt ub th money f(n ijend by ipeadint It Ctt Barboar villa. '' . - HmiI i ml White li. Moss, Candidate for llc-clcitlou ns Stnto Senator CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR LADIES WHO CARE High Class Hair Tonic and Shampoo Green Qulnino Hair Tonic per bottle $1.50 Tonlquo Bluebell Hair Tonic per bottle $1.50 Pep Hair Tonic per botttle $1.50 Parlslenno Quinine Hair Tonic per bottle $1.50 Dlxol Shampoo Emulsion $1.50 CITY BARBER SHOP S-2tp FRED REISER. Seymour Hopper, Dave Wilson nnd Jim Clark went ihuntlng at Fount Christmas dny. Seymour lost his chums and hating to hunt alone, a number of rabbits and birds will celebrate the New Year which other wiso would have failed to do so. A burglar entered the Robert W. Cole home last week and stole $5.00 from a pocketbock as well as a souvpnir $2.50 gold piece. Those having seen tho latter in the pos session of anyone will kindly advise Mr. Colo. Spaulding Bros., of Chlcopee, Mass,, nude Bassett MInton, general manager, and Luclen White, super intendent, of tho T W. MInton & Co. Hickory Mill, each a Christmas present of a golf driver. They are nutty on golf. Judgo S. B. DIshman Is not con tent to enjoy balmy Florida In a selfish manner but Is trying to share it with his many friends by sending them boxes of delicious citrus fruit. Tho Advocate wishes to acknow ledge a box with thanks. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carey and family enjoyed tho company of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Turned. John Staf ford, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Collings worth and son, who with the Carey family made up tho fifteen who sat down to the old fashioned kind of dinner thew used to sot in Virginia. John Faulkner spent Sunday and Christmas day bunting 'it tho Faulkner Big Rocks, eating quail and rabbit for Christmas dinner which he killed on tho mountain. Others of the partv were W. T. Fultz and the Pick-i-d boys. John aiid W. F. cut their names nnd tins drte on thi l'.ilgo of rork. .llTTlly abovo whore ths first housij iat built in Ke.itiuky. The City Restaurant Has made a number of nice improvements for the pleasure and comfort of its patrons The best the market affords will be served to our friends. Your business will be jjreatly appreciated. B S Edwards, Propr Taylor McQuerry, Dowls Mc Donald, Barbourvlllo, Joo Sueed land Mrs. Sudio Fisher, Ketts, Ky. nnd Mrs Mabello Lyttle, of Ages, Ky. have each bought a piano from tho Clear Tono Music Co. I It is rumored that Mr. Guy L. Dickinson registered highly in Joy thl3 Christmas on receipt of a 1923 model moustache cap, tho classic i lines of which are a delight to the artistic eye. TJio donors aro said to I bo tho members of the Upper Cum berland Valley Development Co, who wished to hand Mr. Dickinson something which he might use dally and thus remember the donors. Last Thursday night whllo listen ing to his radio W. S. Hudson heard a concert from Fort Worth. Texas, given by Mrs. George Lock, who be fore her marriage was connected with Union College. Her husband, who Is a brother of Dr. J. S. Lock, was at one time assistant cashier at the First National Bank and Is now connected with the National Bank of Commerce. Ft. Worth. ANNUAL ELECTION OF BLUE LODGE MOUNTAIN LODGE 187 The election of officers for Moun tain Lodge 1S7 was held Wednesday afternoon and the following were chosen for the various offices: J. M. Miles, W. M. B. C. Churchill, S. W. A. L. Parker, J. W. H. W. Bowman, Secy. W. C. Black, Treas. Ray Ballard, S. D. Jno. H. Lawson, J. D. Fred Reiser, Tiler. Sawyer Decker, S. S. J. Q. Redding, J. S. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday, Dec. 31, 1022 Morning service ntll with a short, snappy sermon and fine music Evening servlco at 7 o'clock. Straight gospel preaching. ARTHUR A. FORD, Pastor. MAE CARTER, Organist. Land for Salt? 18 acres on Smoky Creek; coal, timber, excel lent fruit land. Mayor T. D. Tinnsley states there aro 18 acres In this plot. See Fred Burmnri, Advocate Office, Barbourvllle, Ky. tt 2r3 Caits s BakisBg P wf.ir Asre Mofc WosrSIa the Friice o axe If they are the "big can and cheap" kind because they may mean baking failures. GMLUHflET Tho Economy Don'tletaBIGCAN or a very low price mislead you. Experimenting with an uncertain brand is ex pensive because it Wastes time and money. The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. II V CONTIHTSIL- BEST BY TEST THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER A TALK WITH A BARBOURVILLE MAN Mr. L. W. Hampton of Ilarbourvlllu Tells His Experience There Is nothing liko a talk with one of our own citizens for giving hopo and encouragement to the anx Icui sufferer from tho dread kidney disease. We t&erefcre, give here an Interview with a Barbovtllo man: "After I had "flu" about two years ago my kidneys bothered me," says Mr. Hampton. "They were weak and Irregular and tho kidney secretions were painful in passage. My back was weak and ached thru the small part Just over my kid neys. I was lame and soro In the muscles of my hips and side whfn I got up in the morning. I got Doan's Kidney Fills at the Hawn Drug Co. and they soon straighten ed me up In good shape. Doan's are a fine kidney mediclno and I will recommend them to anyone whenever I have an opportunity." 60c at all dealers. Foster-Mil-burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. Hotel Kitchen Oecuplea Acr. The kltchrn of one of the big ho tela In New York Is an acre In extent Sale 3 If you need some come in and see US THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Barbourvllle, Kentucky. MUM j FA m w rmSLJv' riM:::i:i:iiii::::JPv EVERY candy in this smart orange-and-gold Wondcrbcnc is one hat everybody likes. All the "second choices" have been left out. Delicious, fresh nuts, creams, fruits, cara' mcls, nnrshmallows, etc., dipped in rich brown chocolate, Take "her" a box today. Herndon Drug: Company Incorporated The 1fecML store Barbourvllle, Kentucky B&mm F&WBER ft I.MI1LE NEWS NOTES Some wet weather and tho road are getting bad Just like winter.- -'Josh Callahan Is still gathering coi i rain or ahlne. Jess Martin movtd 'to his farm on Stinking Creek last week. Calvin Stacy moved onto jthe Harrison Payne property last week. Leonard Allen, who has been working in Harlan, Is home p for the Christmas holidays. Fref Kelley is visiting homo folks. Mr , Rebecca Payne Is In bed with rheu imatlsm Mrs. Jane Martin has had the grlppo for the last two weeks. Mrs. Nancy Gambrel .has had a severe cold. George Gambrel has come home after a month's stay in Corbln. Miss Lula Payne is at Pineville taking medical treatment under Dr. Ramsey. Aunt Jano Hawn has been on Hawn Branch visiting relatives. She Is now 89 years old. Walter DIzney Is work ing on Horse Creek and reports work to be very good. Mr. and Mrs Walter Powell have gone to house keeping. Tho John Morris saw mill, is being moved to J. S Pat terson's place. Wishing ecrybody a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Who would be without the Mountain Advocate, one of tho nicest Christmas presents you can send anyone. Wliy not send this paper to some friend who would enjoy hearing from Knox County? NOTICE On account of change of manage ment we must ask our friends to pay up now all outstanding ac counts. We shall appreciate sarnie. DETHERAGE FURNITURE CO.. 7-3t By G. B. Detherago. THE CHOCOLATES WITH THE WONDERFUL CENTERS o s itJlMfc.