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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 April 1912

Hl' HI W ,'' t' , , .tfyiwr ar-f rcrmm ' TJ1K tfniINT&IM AlWUflATR ,'"" """" t V HtMir!) MKhl VIUDIY AT BAKHOUUVILLIl.KKNTUCKY (Juas. D. C01.K ..Editoh Fr.ru W. Uiuiriiii.1. AhgocivrK WARNING!! ' wiiMiiiirrc'iMinrirMimww-MiitMm.111 "rjMB 1 p 1 1 n u mm u. m m m m $ m n m m Kn'rm MrNind-Clii lnlt r Felirunry 1 MM nt th Pottnflir m IlnrbourTlllf. K . timtf r Act of Cnligrei of Mnrcli . 1STV. O110 Dollar for Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican 'vParlv In Knox County. Next Saturday is the date set for the connty convention to se lect delegates for the State con vpntion to be held ut Louisville next weok, and we hope that ev!jry citizen in Knox County . will come out to attend this meeting. The Advocatk hit" supported Mr. Taft because we felt that he was the man for the place, and because it would be for the best interest of the Republican party to renominate him for President, and as the official organ of tin Republican party in Knox County we are always laboring fo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 April 1912

:-!Jf- h t & ' rggggag.TMafr se cMyHwp. y.j' ( B sa BipT-yaIBJPjJj VBRl' ....! .1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF I WISE! L HJ4 J THE NATIONAL BANK OF JOHN A. BLACK Successors to the Bank of John A. Black which with stood the panic of 18J3 and all piuics since 9 Tin' ('hiiIihumI wealth nf its Bliarc-holrieri in double that nf jwiy otlicr liank in Soiith-usterii Kentucky. : : : fins tho largest deposits and i most liboral with its cut turners ::::;::::: Novor failr-il to pay a dividend :::::: Issiiph rprlifl'-'ttrs of time drpniita; pays interest tliercon A BaviiiRs department; with intercut to small depositors Safe, conservative, progressive and liboral : ; Uiutetl hr ttoa uopnonnrv io1- ''itnl Saving funds : ft The accounts of corporations and indiridtiaU folicitod ft bOCfttS K P. Davis was in Wnflbrd this week for n short visit. Hrrndon and Tinsley arc still sel ling their best grade of calico at 5 cents. Middlesboro is not the only wet town in the mountains, for the pres ent, nt least. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 April 1912

The Pool of Flame LOOTS JOSEPH VANCE UlastrslUat by tils worts Ysasf Capright J8U9, bf Louis Joscpa Vajtta sent, llut I don't think you need fenr; we'll be In time. Are you rendy? . . . Half a minute; I've got to use that telephone." Ho ran out Into the ball, rang up and shouted a number into tho re ceiver, and for a few moments spoke rapidly In a Burmese dialect. O'Rourke gathered that ho was speak ing with a native subordinate nt the police headquarters in Kangoon. Couch swung back Into tho study. "Got those revolvers, sir? Then come along; we'll have to run for It. For tunately our launch is bandy; other wlso . . ." He sprang across the veranda and down to the lawn, O'Rourke pelting after him. CHAPTER XXXIV. A night of velvet blackness, softly opaque, lay upon land and water. The police launch, shuddering with the vi brations of a motor running at high tension, sped down tho silent reaches .oMvnngoon River like a hunted ghost. She ran without lights, these having been extinguishe...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 April 1912

V JIISi; 4?fjp n ,.vr ''auawtEMC .)3is.. fttioratr K ,1 Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 31. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDxY, APRIL 12. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 9 imtlMm 'H K I r t ? i) .. If ,j J j rt 4 ,. ipr TAFT INSISTS ON AID TOJARMERS Says Department of Agriculture Work Must Go On. LABORS FOR CONSERVATION. Farreaching Legislation Administered by Scientists of Rank Bring Good Reiultt to Tiller of Soil Food and Oruga Act Upheld to the Latter. Ill lila Inaugural address President Tnft culled attention (n the deficit then existing In tlic revenues mid the con sequent necessity for rigid economy In expenditures. However, the prusldcn. Blngled out the department of agricul turc us 1111 exception. He said, to quote hln exnet words. "In the depurtmen of ujtrlcnltiire the use of nclentlflc ex pertinents on n large senle, and th spread of Information derived from them for the Improvement of general agriculture must go on." This view the president bu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 April 1912

WfPI rfMIHTAIH A'nVOflATE fc. giW! KVKttl KKI1HAT nMK,KtilufcltY rmiusiiKD IIAliiloUilV , Cms. I). Cot.K Editoi Fred V. IIkmniim. Associat KntonM m Keeonil-Clsai Matter Fcbrunr 11, 101 it til llrttMnre nt llarlxHirrlltr Kjr i ilrtdoi- Act of Oonero of Mnreh J. ICT One tyillnr I'cr Year in Ailvanr " j ' "' " The Ofliclol Organ or the RcpuDllcai Parly In Knox County OBITUARY OIlicTje Willimm, dniif-lncr ( Go nml Jem y Tye who lii(l nbon two miles below this place on tin Cumbetland river, win born Mnrcl 5 I. 1SG3 nticl died April full 191 1' of tuberculosis -i On October 2nd ISSt slie wn niurried to Robert L McUte, l.nmloii K , mid lived with Iniu tin III August 11, 1S82 when he die i 1 typhoid fever, nfter which slielf l with her father in her old home until Scptcrriber 8, 1889, when ihr w ns married to J. T. Wlllinms n well known farmer ol this county Sih was the mother of eight childret two of which died in infancy. She joined the (-liristitm eliuul unci U'ns bnptiseil in ear ley e....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 April 1912

wmi "iyi-'Dw.'T 7Kr X"?,T iJ3Hi if'i, a sf As1 w'sAsTT Si ; ' !rf. K)fc. 'K .,! nr THE NATIONAL BANK QW JOHN A. BLACK Successors to the Bank of John A. Black which with stood the panic of 18u3, and all panici since The combined wealth of its ihare-holderi it doubls that of any otliQr bank in f3Quth'!a8trn Kentucky, : : : Inn tho largost deposits and it most liberal witk its cai tdniors :::::::::: 'flfrvpr failod to pay a dividend : :;::: 1 Isbiii'b rorlifinatPB of time deposits; pay interest thtrenn A savings department; with interest to small depositors I.SJ I 1 1 IS I , i sssssjsmsj s ciafe, conservative, progressive and liberal : : 9 " M United States Depository for jl The accounts of corporations and individual! lalicitad A 1m mwmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmm X. cf J? Vimo Card ,7oiiA Bound No, a iSally.duo ..- No.l.', " i Aii'lsUl"f - -No.2t' Dally, lui' ', Scut A Bound V,, W Unlit, tllll 10. 09 a.m. I a p. m 11 Jt p. m . 3.S4 p. ru, No. 11 except Sunday tuia. is, No. ..ijlally, duo .......

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 April 1912

rt Swan Lake Lines 0. C. Chnnce made n busine trip to Hnrbourville Saturday. W. V. Powell was nt Hnrbourville Saturday. Mrs. V. P. Clinnce, ol Lindsay spent Monday right with her son I'. C. Clinnce. Messrs Ton Faulkner of Pcrnmn nnd Jessie Fntilkner of Indian Creek spent Sun day Inst with honiclolks Mr. G. B. l.atvson wns the guest of Mrs C. S. Fnulkner Sunday Inst Mug gic nnd Mnrthn Terrell wns th guest of Miss Annn Mac King Sun day afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. N Fultz nnd little daughter Pearl have been visiting relatives nt Clay born Tennessee for the pnst week Mrs W. P Chanccnnd son W. II. hnncr were in Harbourvillc Monday. Mrs. G. II. Lnwson wns a guest oi homefolks Saturday nnd Sundny. Mrs. Jenny Fnulkner wns viitin. Mrs. Nnnnic Fnulkner nt Perninr Saturday nnd Sunday Stelln Par- tin Iva nnd I.ula Jnckson nnd Mat me Terrell visited Mrs. C. S- fnulk ner Sundny afternoon. Marie Mc N.-il wns a plcascnt guest of flora Sears Sunday nflernnon. Magjjic Terrell left Monday lor Hnrboni v...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 April 1912

L , v-HFSfcHi S,;,.. . j3& .n. .u.'.vB.'i .pwnpiWlMM mmhtin iitiMe Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 3a. BAfcBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 10 HHRPwffT'' && i !Jk1Vi;r,V " "r-.r-- .--''. ' r v-'- B ,t . , l!ST ) ; . i m tf ' ! EC A I Ij nJSr1 i-frH. 'if Cincinnati Commercial Association's Trade jJBBfcftj-iuur-i-i 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 -i 1 1 1 Js, tw Kr J 1 f 1 "J1 rw' yjt y iBr-T 98 HIIr F -l ik Hh' U v C Fs'7PlrM 4 v,4 R1C' S Br fl r?a. tI'J f'' ' vffi:fiP1rl?'iffijtr Ju jt'5 V -TTwB-E H ;PJ1k SlltCc'M- - " - - 1 1- - . l$- THEaccompanylng Illustration r!iow3 Weber's Prize Band, of Cincinnati, and a group of prominent citiiens of that city, who wllj accompany the Excursion to the South, in which this city is Incladcd. The special train carrying from 100 to 125 Cine anatl Boosters, toRether with tho Band, will leave Cincinnati at 7:40a. m-Mon. day morning, April -2d. The first day's run will be spc u between ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 April 1912

irVFmimmmiWtylMiWWumii m iK&im T PM4 "THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rUIJLISHBD KVKKY FRIDAT AT MAUBOUUVILLICKENTUOKY (JnA8. D. Cole Editor FltKD W. IlEMPlIlLt, . . ASSOCIATK Kntorcd at Hrcond-OlaM Matter February 1, 1KH nt the Poetomco at narnourvllle, Ky under Act of Congress of March S, 187V. Olio Dollar Per Year in Advance The ortlclal Organ or the Rcpuolican Parlv In Knox County YAKE l)P Next week, on Friday, April 27th, the Booster's Special from Cincinnati will visit our city Tor a brief stop, arriving from Pine villo at 8:15 a. in. and leaving at 9:15 for Corbin und other points on their return trip home. What will be their impression of our city? This is a question that remains to be seen. It is going to depend on the effort we put forth to entertain them on their short stop. So far, tliero has been little or no attention paid the matter by those who should take t he iniutive in such mat ters, but there is time yet to make arrangements for a short program for tlieirciitertuinmen...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 April 1912

V f- "' ii iAi t- . ovtataA jj-SMv ' . Jc 9f. Vtme Cmrd !Prftsstml Curds, 9 IJSjriDVbur Clothes Wants Here Piwirs, Smith Attobnbts a'fcoimsBLOM at Vforik Sfittni Ko.nDllr.du l6.0ta.m. l.SIp. m .1114 p. M No. 11 " except (Sunday. Mo.Ii Dally, due c The man who demands quality, style and fit wants "Shield Brand" Clothes because they are the clothes that are made to satisfy. The latest Spring models are here snd we want you to see them one look w-1 convince you that "Shield Brand " Gothes are the clothes you want to buy at the price you want to pay. Stuth SSeumt No. M Dally, due. ......... . No. 11 " except 8unday.... IK p. m. ( II . m. I IS . n J. M. ROBSION LAWYKR. Office: Over: First National Dank Bar hour Yir.i.E, Kt !' No. 21 Dally, due . SMITH, RILEY &KCO.BarbourvilIe, Ky. Street cr leaves Hotel Jones twenty min ute before the sohcduled time for trains. r i ii- PT Vf-E7l ' JcLOTIllNCf 5lLSifli 7 fe te" sk-. s-j It ft. & , 5fe $.' 'f; 1 .7 1 S2L cv- 1U " . at.j. n , ST1 A'...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 April 1912

-. -. - r - ' -l ill W SB E'- 1 Ef ' I POSTGRADUATE FOR UNIVERSITY Boord of Trustees Take Important Step atSpcc ial Meeting of Govern ing Body Present Board Composed of Leading KentucKians At a special culled meeting of the Board of Trustees of State Univer versity, April 12, nn entirely new department, or school, Mint of post graduate work, vas provided for the university, And is to have its inauguration next fall. Governor James B. McCreary, chairman ex ollicio of the board, presided over the meeting for the first time since being elected Governor, and sixteen of the eighteen members constitut ing the board. were present. A considerable amount of impor tant work was disposed of at the dceting, part of which, in addition to the provision for the new grad uate school, was the provision ol funds for carrying on the summer 5ch.npl.of 1012, the question of re organization of departments, includ ing the abolishment ot the univcrsi ty academy, or Model school, and the arrangement of the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

l4i. ' rTW" ' 1 r2Jni n ' 'to i Official Or4nofth Republican Party in Knox County. Ne v Series: Vo'. I No. 33. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, APRIL 26. 1912 Vol IX. Ne. 11 WELCOM FELLOW BOOSTERS rw m HwJfBlw 7 mwmts r, j' &t" ffoffiayor J&ny U. Jt'unt andTJhe Cincinnati Commercial Association: It is with a feeling of genuine pride that we welcome you to our little city. Proud, because we are honored by a visit of so many prominent commercial men from a great city; men who believe in their city, and men who have accomplished thing i j e business world. To you we extend our greetings and bid you wel come , to our little city, "The Best Place on Earth." Sincerely yours, JAMES M. WILSON, Mayor of Barbourville. -X-r- SOME FACTS ABOUT THECITYOF BARBOURVILLE AND HER PEOPLE DON. CALEB POWERS Congressman from the Elev enth Districbnf Kentucky, and a distinguished citizen of Bar-bourville. w. h McDonald Past GroatSichem of Kentucky Bed Men and prominent in fra terjialism all over the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

V : I. IV ST' :W i ' l . T I, .V. iti--1 to hit S-tf-. Hi, I-., t u I if r T THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I GROWS AND GROWS Its asset were on April iit 191a . $334,612.49 January 1, 1911 153.640.59 Increase for 1 yr., 3 mo 80,971.90 April ii, 1913 v $334,613.49 April 11, 1911 166.612 69 Increase for last year 67,99980 Can any Bank of Eastern Kentucky make such a fine showing in progress? This growth Is due to the fair and courteous treatment OIVEN TO ALL : : : To the fact that It has more stockholders and more wealth behind It than any other bank In Eastern Kentucky : : : Jo thejact that Jt Is th largest United States Depository In Eastern Kentucky : It is absolutely safe and pays 3 per cent on time deposits First National Bank, Barbouryille. Ky I i BARBOURVILLE AND KNOX COUNTY BAR MADE UP OF PROMINENT LAWYERS The Barbourville ami Knox County Bar is one of the ablest in eastern Kentucky. Then are some thirty licensed lawyers in Knox County and nearly tin entire number ore active in tlif ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

zrm IJ?JUDMinimi!ftMKll2 '?& rggaiEfJtsg It: .3 U. t nr mLQimammK $ r- HBRNDON (Si TINSLEY Dry Goods Notions, Shoes Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings We extend hearty greeting to the Cin cinnati Commercial Club and join in wel coming you to our city & J Faulkner &o. PROPKIKTOR OF THE Most Up-to-date Cafe in Southeast ern Kentucky Welcomes you and invites you to call at his place next door to post office , 7)eaiars jn J'wniture, jfcardware and Seneral tfjerchandese Greets you and is glad to welcome you to ourjclty$! '' When in our city again, call on us ' T" "? A 'V " Z&.' &',' P & hi. x iiP - -- ' -& ifv . .y Ik M i A- w- ., ," ; ( ' . - ,ijt jfoj iff r w ,., ' !- far. M ! p!tl i-V .t1-' fit- I" A G.OT.TYE Proprktof of the TYE LIVERY & FEED STABLE Will be glad to be of ser vice to any member of the Commercial Club ASK YOUR TRAVELING SALESHAN The Camp Ground Tel ephone Co. Offers their service to the Cincinnati Cemmercial Club and extends greetings. Local...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

). MOUKTAll A'DVOOATEV, V'DlYiiiwiflaTaMy -J- - ; M ji "- ; nrw gU IWMTAIR- ADVOCATE rv rvMJSNsn kvkki fhuiai at Ibarbodrvillb.kentuoky tOhas. D. Colic Editor AeSOOIATK FmB W, IllMPHILL mtered al Heeond'Ctaii Matter February (. ItM at the Iotofflce at narbourrltle, K-HZl nnd,r Act of Cons"" ol March 3. U7. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The OMkiat Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County. A This 11 booster week on ac- . countofortr being visited by the 'Cincinnati Commercial Associa tion which is making a wuekV tour of Kentucky and Tenncpsee for the purpose of boosting Oin ciunati and her products and industries. Seeing that these. tho most successful business mon of that city were spending thousands of dollars to advertise their city, and knowing that vp have tho bcstlittlocity in south .eastern Kentucky, votook thin opportunity of getting in closer touch with tho representative commercial men of Oinninnati by dovoting this issue of the Advo cat towards welcoming the vis itors ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

-, " u mr. j PAIN ADVOOATE" PAG,EWfi C &C & n IT IS NOW TIME 10 LAY OFF YOUR WINTER U.nDERWEAR AND WOOL HATS We can supply you in alt the latest styles and best qualities. A straw hat for every man, boy and girl in town can be had at our store at unexcelled prices. Ladies'. Misses', Men's and children's hose from the finest silks to the chenpe t, can be had at our store. GROCERIES AND HARDWARE 4: Goods still piling in and bargains still being offered trade still increasing. To The Teamster We have the best line of horse collars ever on sale in this city; all new, bought direct from manufacturer. Prices lower than ever; and quality better. COLE, HUGHES & MITCHELL DEPARTMENT STORE Our Working Team: Matt Cole, Jack Hughes, Matthew Mitchell, Allic Howes, W. J. Cole X. d 9?. Vims Card 9?orth SSound No. SS Dally.due No. 12 " except Sunday. No.St Dally. due......... ,10:00a. m. .. 1:52 p. m Jl p. m South SftounJ No. n Dally, due No. 11 " except Sunday... No. 21 Dally, duo 3.21 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

OTFF "lf ofc,., . : , "" "" y , ." ' - -j " ' f rr "" T" ? - m "k r r h PWM ' '' HEW LABOR BILL A TAFT POLICY A liability and Compensation mm Progressive. JUSTICE IS ITS OBJECT. Present Approves Proposed Legiila. tlon Maklno Federal Labor Law Fit Mode'rn Conditlons-Le0l Machinery Simplified. As the result of the personal Interest of President Tuft In all matters af fecting the worklnginou of tho country, congress has before It today a com prehensive bill on employers' liability and workmen's compensation Ahlch Is n-eoimlziil ns one of tbe most progres sive of the many achievements of tho Tart udmiuistratlon. The Mil was re ported by a commission appointed by President Taft pursuant to a joint res TrfUtfWl of congress passed ou June 23, 1010, odd It Tvns recently sent to con gress by the president, accompanied with a message recommending its pas sage. As drafted tho measure pro vides an exclusive remedy nnd com pensation for accidental Injuries re sulting In disabilities or death to ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

N COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING TWP IHHBHH PERRY V. COLE METHODIST EIMM-rtl'AL CHURCH 7JH 'JHHHHHHH A resident of this' city nnl As The M E Annual Kentucky Conference will be held with this church next ?j9S rf "' JOHN G. MATTHEWS , Assistant United States D - ru u :. BBBffi 'ffiti A' T " ' '" V$S 'IB' B IBWBIp. gMBBaBiMiiHBWlWPaaaBM marks hershbero HRfil 'KliHH d 1 BHf SHfllSIVl&HiHHffiSIH the Lower House of HIf ? f 'T.-VwlH S g HflHi )SBHEfiMMflHlBBbEHbB9BflbHB Mip recent General Assembly B Yv 1 Ma - J&B m BhJJHBffiiHJHlBMflRIB Kentucky. G2jf'jCBBBHBfllH JK 'JPSkv ADUWIiTllATIOK BUllWHO 1AR10URVILL BAPTIST W9TJTVT? WrwBSi fc m iim ii i'iiii iiiiliii --mmatmamimMMmtii DAP fl ST CHURCH

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 April 1912

fHS 2 fL-Tt ""y JBti3,iaiPjWHBu HHIfe'jf B'BBBBBffEyrlBPBBBiBHBMiK flEBP2K wl8P Bra? "" ?IBs& sB UfiTulLyt . l-i VBIikifljlMMJBVMi HHJvy! &. BsBiBcBB&sBJLiiilBfliBBfibHE!nitftBliUn !BVsBUEBHE!IBiKliHRIfTL! IWILi & -w&ffiiiB ofifl BBBLLLB LBLLLLLB iLLLLLLB HHHR MWWHJMWHHBffgaWBM tt$fn3I 'JSH SLLLBLI HHH iLLLLLLH LLLLLBILLLB HHEflB989BB8Hv.H?MMlw?s?B ' 3 5' S2 u9H1K&s9t''9 bBKlSBHh Hh ESIH nilHHBiBBIHDHHBaBB ' 3H s wS wlHBIHOiHn t m BSB flB HHBBBB BH HHBUi HBIBHfllBIHRHBBIIBBBBfllB ' Prebident First National Bank ''. ' Jm I GIBSON BUILDING and prominent attorney of the LAWSON BOILDILG f' ''VlP Lower floor occupied by J, 0. Gibson's dry goods atore. Upper part by officii. Knox County bar. Third story occupied by Masonic Mall, the second floor liy office ron'tn iuri , ' . tff"'' 5" ' ' ' tntire ground floor by Department Store of Cole, Hughes &,MiiclicH ''',3S'1 BBBKiBufliHHiiiHiiikB.iiiiiiWiiiiBE 1 B BiiiBiliiflBiHiii&'iiiiBHMIniikki.iLj ''aCJHBI iV PARK...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 May 1912

mtnfnin T ' V r- w F - Official Organ of (the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No 34. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, HAY 3. 1912 Vol. IX. No. lit ;PHv SfS '4 f 'j f? fr t if M! t -f ' ' V BOOSTS TRAIN Carrying Members of Cincinnati Commercial ' Association Visited this City Last Friday Warmly Welcomed Here and Left, With Good Impression of Barbourville The much her.ilderi Cincinnati Commercial Club Rooster Train which had been on a week's tour of Kentucky and Tennessee and were on trie last lap of their return trip, arrived in this city last Friday morning a' 8:45 and paid us a visit, and they lived up to nil advance notices as far as boosting was con cerned. The '"Special" consisted of eleven cars: sleepers, chair cars, diners, ob servation car and a commissary car, and there were, besides the members of the Weber band, one hundred and twenty-two loyal citizens of Cincinnati who knew that Cincin nati was the best city on earth and they did not hesitate to let o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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