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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 May 1912

ElHjKa ?jt fe ' Ik K ' t I Li i ' k n E , i ft I r THE 1IUMTAIN ADVOCATE FTJBLISHED KVEAT FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILIiR,KENTUOK.Y Chas. D. Colk Editor FnitD W, Hemphill . . Associate KntercJ at Hecond-GIs Matter February 'I. JKH mi, tbt 1'Mtofflco at llarliourvillt. Kjr., undor Aclof OonureMof Mnrch 1. 1679. Ono Dollar For Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. When wo decided to run the "Booster" edition lost week we did not realize the job wo had takon upon ourselves until wo wero fairly well into the work. Our reword was the satisfaction of a duty well performed. The nurooso of this extra effort was to boost and advertise Bar bourville, and in the accomplish, mont of this purposo wo feel proud, A repreicntative of Tun Advo cate went to Pineville last Fri day morning on the early train and boarded the "Booster" train there, and after the train had left Pineville went through it and presented each man on board with a copy of The Advocate. This was an i...

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

.- Vff- Tr n ' -TW-V ' & 51 t;v r v. rak M r' V. VimCarkA Jjorth Round No.aDalljr.due .. ..... No. 11 " except Sunday . No. M Dally, duo . 10:00 n.m. . 1:83 p. m 1121 p. m SouA SSound No. M Dally, duo No. 11 " except Sunday . . No. il Dally, duo 3JU p. til, .... 0.(1 . m, 3.11a. m Street car leave llotol Jonos twenty min ute before the choduled timo for train. .Church 7)iroctorj CUMnRltCANllItlVEUIUPTISTCItOIlOII Rverjr Sunday In each month, Mornin;8crvlco. 10 45 a.m. F.venln " - 7..Klp.tn Aalihath Schoot . .S m. Prayer Mooting, Wednesday 7rJ0 p. n . HE V. A. O. HUTSON. Paator. F1K8T METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUItCH Every Sunday In each month. Morning Sorvlco .... - 10:45 a. m. Bvcnlni " WO ! m- Sabbath Kchool ;). m. Prayer Meeting-, Thurday 7:30 p. m. M. D. C lt. & 3rd. Mondays, ... 7:00 p. m. IIBV.F. W. KltUP. IMstor. ciimsTiAN cnancii snitvics Morning Scrvlco 11:00 n.m livening " JR 7:30 p.m. Sabbath School . . 0.45 n.m. Junior Endeavor ...... ... .. -. 130 P. m H . S. Woikcra...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 May 1912

mmmmammtmammmmmmmmammmmmmmmm0mmmmmmmm0mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmBSiam i i i $ u jgflfWrck ,tf tlM"TIUnlc" ( Continued from (In t poire J Aikr m Captain Smith should hare 'driven bit ship nt high speed, and Sn j' the nrght, when he knew thnt he -mi in the proximity of henvy ice field is a mystery which mny never be cleared up. The night, it is true wns clear and starlit, and the sen perfectly smooth. Probably the fact, that conditions were favorable for a good lookout, coupled with the desire to maintain a high aver age speed on the maiden trip of the vessel, decided the captain to "tnke a chance." Whatever the motive, it secmstto be well established that the ship wns not slowed down; and ' ct and no other must the : "Titanic" be set down. "Titanic" been running ,,u.fiioiv bell, she would prob ably have been afloat to day. There were the usual lookout men at the bow and in the crow't nest, and offlcere on the bridge were straining their eyes for indication of the dreaded ice, when the cry ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 May 1912

T trX"f "V JuiftitiftUf W Official Or(&n of (the Republican Party in Knox County. fV. r,.:". New Series: Vol. I. No. 35. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, HAY 10, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 13 fP Jlfltl0f&tt St 1 v vs, .; fr s. ' tri Wf?.. fir ' . . A'' KG- R'O' HPT- . et r- V ' V -f" PROGRESSIVENESS, ENTERPRISE AND ABILITY TAIN ADVOCATE RECOG NIZED BY BOOSTERS TS ; Secretary or the Cincinnati Commercial Asssociation Writes Letter of Praise and Thanks for the e ' Hearty Welcome Accorded Them While in This City Tho following letter from Mr. Oarl Dehoney sIiowr tlu man ner of apbrcciation of tho "booster" edition of The Mountain Ad vooatk which was issued on account of the Cincinnati Commercial Association's visit to this city on April 20th: Cincinnati, Ohio, May 4, 1012. Mr. 0. D. Cole, Editor, Mountain Advocate, Barbourville, Ky. Dear Sir:- Wo wish to say that we wero very much impressed by the enterprise of the Mountain Advocate in getting out a special edition on the occasion of 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. — 10 May 1912

. Em mmvn adyocate PUBM81IKD KVEKY FRIDAY AT LV l?AUBOURVILLE,KENTUOKY EGiJas. D. Cous.. Editor IFriid W. IIkmpiiiiX Absociatk' Entered at Hecond-Olnn Mutter February id, m nt the roitonice nt llnrbourTlllo, IKjr., under Act of Gongreia ot March s, WTV. no Dollar Per Ycnr in Advance The Official Oman of the Republican V Parlv In Knox Countv. Wo like to keep on talking about that pink edition, espec- f ially since other people are of tho same inclination, and this week wo were greatly gratified to receive a letter of praise from K Mr. Carl Dehoney, Secretary of tho Cincinnati Commercial As sociation expressing the views of the members of that association in regard to it, so it seems that the chios aim of this edition was accomplished, that of advei Us ing Barbourville. Elsewhere in this issue appears a display announcement of an Airship carnival which will be I held in Widdlesboro May 21th, 25th, and 20th. This should not be confused with the usual county fair announcements which are...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 May 1912

WTfJV. JW"" 'i mrrr m ? .-j - i '5"?J !ej,t; ." et. SJK SMf. lV: M? IB1 E ,a' -L' Uil IHIII Mill I II I JJ.I.II BUI ILLI S t ' " - - I ; iMsf JfrM Bound II No.22nlly(diio... . , No. 12 except Sunday, No.MDlly,duo Sent A SSeuntl No.Dlly, lue . . No. 11 " except Biindjr.. No. SI Dallr.duo .... . 10;09. m. . 1:52 p. m 11S4 p. m 3JZ4 p. m. .H a. m. 3.(5 a. m Street cr leave! Motel Jonos twenty tnln utci beforo tho wsheduloil tlmo for trnlni. Church Direciory cuMnEiaANDiii vr.u nArifiBT ciioitcii Every 8unday In each month. Morning Service.. 10:S a. m, Bvonln " ...- 730 p.m. Saltbath School . : a. m. Prayer Mcotltrir. Wednesday 720 p.m. HEV. A.C. 11UT80N. Pantor. F1U8T METHODIST RriBCOI'At. (jllUllCH Evory Sunday In each month. Mornliiic Sorvlco .................. -10:15 a. m. HTcnlnir ' -- Wp.m. Sabbath Fchool .. 9J0a. m. Prayer Meeting, Tburday....7iD0 p. m. M. II. C. lt.& 3rd. Monday, 7:aup. m. UEV. F. W. He It 110 P. Pastor. CllltlSTlAN CHOnCH BBIIV1CE3 SMYTHE VS SMITH Famous Bre...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 May 1912

rT' fIwpEW(flwtf'''v3 J. J1LUOJW I IHI - t n g-i t,- j t SHRRieFJSjSALE' Calvin Hurst &c, v. Lucy Tnylor &c, I, S. II. ones, sheriff of Knox County, will on Monday, Mny27tli, 1912, between the hours of 10 n. in. nnd 2 p. ra. at the front door ol the court house in Unrbourville, Ky. sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months with good security a cer. tain body nnd tract of land situated in Knox County on the headwaters of Big Stinking Creek nnd on the Taylor Fork of same and described as follows: Beginning at a chestnut oak and poplar stump on top of the divid ing ridge between the head of Ilig Stinking and Red Bird a beginning corner to a survey made in the name of Cnrnelious Taylor nnd al so a corner of a survey made in the name of said Harrison Taylor, also a beginning corner of a 150 acre survey made in the name of Mary Taylor. Thence running with the top of the ridge following its meanders viz n 11 e 30 poles to three blackoak bushes ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 May 1912

! W ""v onntciin Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. P'T ." "-- 1 A .-it New Series: Vol. I. No. 36. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, HAY 17, 1912 Vol. IX. No. M IB r & h 5s IT. but v irv (K &. , ''I . ? " ftU Ex -i uV GETTING READY FOR CONTESTS Unusual Number To Be Decided Before the Big Convention at Chicago Republican Notional Com miMiemcn to 'meet there Ten Dovs Pr;or to Assem blage of Delegates The Republican Nntionnl Com mittee will meet in Chicago Thurs day afternoon, June 6, to decide contests among delegates to- the Republican National convention. In relation to the date of opening the convention, June IS, this will be the earliest meeting held for tunny 'years by the committee. Indications that there will be nn unusual num ber of contests this year were con sidered bv Victor Rosewnter, the committee's acting chairman, Wil liam Hayward, the Secretary, in sending out the call for the early meeting of the committee. Mr. Hayward also announced that he...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 May 1912

. . - w. ,,1i1jLML-iuigiaS3E WW BBBBgssiSBBSasiKsassaaiMi gsMtjgJT tmammmmmammmatJELi r L 9'. W f MBUSWKD; MVKhY FRIDAY AT S ' BAKB0URVILLE,K8NTUOk Y On as. D. Oolk Editor Fred W. Hibifuim . . Assooiatk Kntoreit n Heeond.oinit Mnttrr February K. 19At nt th I'o'nofflco nt Itorbourvllle. Ky., under Act of Oonnrfsjof March B, 1KV. One, Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. Swan Lake Lines D. E. Chance nnde a business trip to Dnrbourvillc Friday Ens om Terrell was in Dnrbourvillc Tlmrsdny. Maud Wnrfield of Lin say, Ky., was n guest of hotnefolks Sunday. Rev. Prichnrd and Wil- burn filled their regular appoint nient Sunday. Mary Linda blliot who has been on ftlic sick list lor the past two weeks hn very much improved. V. u. Inckson was a pleasant guest of R. M. Inckson Misses Ora and Clnrn Wnrfield ol Lindsay, Ky., nttended sinuing nnd Sunday School at this place Sunday Miss Stella Partin was a truest ol her cousin Lula Jnckou Sunday. C. G....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 May 1912

IsWlcl b- r- v l'r '.. ifnmr I- rat. '.4 fr.. ES H rt.- u . Ev. , tA" . iv r WsM&mWrdBKFBSBl lxmv'-"J?MiK34 ... . irf'W MS1T"TBBr?' No. M Dally, due .. ..... ... .. 10:00 n.ra. fto.13 " , oxcept Buntlay . .o2p.ra No.WDll,duo... . - 11:24 p. m SoufA 3Sounei No. M Dally, duo. No. 11 " except Sunday.. No. 21 Polly, duo. .. .. 3 Si p. to. 0 (t a. ra. . 315 a. ra Streot car leavci Hotel Jones twonty rnln utef before tho nelicdulod Hmo for train. Church fltrectory CUMllE!U.ANnillVEUnArriBTC!ltJllCII Kvery Bumlay In each month. ' Morning Bcrvloc: 10 n. m. Ktortlnr " 7-Kp.m Ralibnth School .. ..- . m. rniycr Moot Int. WcMncs'lny 730 p.m. IIEV.A.C.IIUT80N. Pflntor. FlfUJT METHontST BPI8COPAI1 CIIUUCII Kvory Sunday In ench month. Mornlnu 8orvlco.. 10:t5n. tn. Evening- " 7.30p.m. 'Sabbath School OJOfl, m. Prayer Meeting, Thurday. 7:30 p. m. M. D. C. 1st. it 3rd. Mondnyi, 7:30 p. m. UKV. F. W. lit ItltOP. Pastor. CHHISTIAN CHURCH SKItVlCKS Morning 8ervlco ltKMa. tn Ktontng V ...... 7:30p.m....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 May 1912

& w K- It" ' Gnlvin Hurst &c, r- Lucy Tnylor &c, l S. 11. Jones, ghcrilT of Knox 'Cnuntv. will on Monday, Mnv27tli, 11912, between the hours of 10 a in. m . . . - j" nnil 2 p. m. nt the front iloor ol the Fjp court house in Uarbourvillc, Ky. 4lt nt ntililic otitcrv to the hiekest .. ... ... " . nnil best wader, on a crcuii oi six mnnllii iviili irrmrl rcnritv ii ecr- ft "---. ' -;;- ;'.. . . Ktntn body nnil tract ot innu situated in Knox County on tlie liend waters of Big Stinking Creek nnd on the Taylor Fork of same and described as follows: Ueginning nt a chestnut oak and poplar stump on top of the divid ing ridge between the hend of Big Stinking nnd Red llird ii beginning corner to a survey made in the name of Carnelious Taylor nnd al so a corner of n survey tnnde in the name of said Harrison Taylor, also a beginning corner of a ISO acre survey made in the name of Mary Taylor. Thence running with the top of the ridge following its meanders viz n 11 c 30 poles to three...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 May 1912

jntt fBrH LILHflV bLiu. Official Organ of tK Republican Party in Knox County. fc n NewStrles: Vol. I. No. 37. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, HAY 24. 1912 Vol. IX. No. is T APT TO SELECT CHAIRMAN Holds Solid Control Preliminary Organ ization of Roll Called and All Answer "Tall" But One, Who Was Absent It may be that President Tnfi will himstlf pick the temporary clinirmnn lor the Republican Nation, nl Convention. At any rate lie will be a Taft man, nntl the President will be consulted before he is named. That the President might be con suited, the subcommittee on arrange ments announced no permanent person for that place today. In stead Chairman Harry S. New, of the subcommittee, was authorized to make the selection and Announce ment when that selection is marie. - 'I cannot tell you who .is going to be chosen, because I do not know," Col New said tonight, after ad journment ol the committee meet ing. "Nor can I say definitely when a selection will be made," he went on. "Of course w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 May 1912

mMSM 11 wffgrgTCTq EESZ77E3I Wi.li ' "1 i"Vl -fJ UMPWj f ? !T- H i : r- u i tA f .. . .-Jr.- . ..- frUBLlSHKD KVKhY FRIDAY AT FltARHOURVILLE.KENTUOKY 3H $CitA8. D. Colr ....Editor 'jKrkd W. HKiiriiiM. . Assooiatk Knlorcd n Hecond-OIast Mntlcr February 1(1, 1001 nt the PiMtofflco nt nnrlmurvlllc. Ky., under Act of Congress of Mnrcli It, IVTu Ono Dollar Por Year in Advance The orticlal Organ or the Republican Parlv in Knox County. Miss Decker Entertains Tuesday evening May 21, nt 8 o'clock Miss Jessie Decker tfnvc n lavender and white luncheon for her sister Mrs. Ilntlie Decker Black who wns married May 22, to Mr. Wilbur Edwards of College Hill, Ky. The table was bcautifulK decor nted in white carnation and lnven der ribbon, with hand painted place cards, silver wish bones tied with lavender ribbon The luncheon con sisted ol several courses nnd ended with n toast from ench person pres ent for the hnppinness of the bride nnd groom. Just before leaving the dining room the wedding cake w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 May 1912

sgrntaiiKtBar: nnYour Clolb Wart Hr aOLMH .3 No,2rally,duej. . No.12 excerteundsr No, 21 Dally, dup . I0;0o. m, ,.. l:RSp,m ...ll2tp.m SctttA fXound No. 13 Dally, duo..,.. No. 11 " except Sunday. . . No. 21Uilly,diio . ....... 3i2i p. m. ... mu.m, 0 45 a. m Streot car Icsvcs Hotel Jonoa twenty mln n lei befnro the uticdulM t'mo for train. A L. fk. !-- I. ' Church 0freoiory OUMnRltf.AND HI VHU BAPTIST CIIUIIOH Every SunJay Id each month. Morning Service.... ...v .... 10 (S a. m. Evenlnir " . ..... 7-TOr.m. BaMwth School .. .ia.ra. Prayer Mtot)ur. Wednesday .... , TfflO p. m. RKV.A.C.HUT80N. Pastor. j- FIRST MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL CHDItOH Every Sunday In each month. Mornlnc8orvlcc....... ..J0:t5.ni. Evening " -.--. -" P- Babbatb School ..... JO a.m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday....7i30 p. m. M. n. C, 1st. & 3rd. Mondays, 7:80 p. m. UKV. P. V. Hi nilOP. Pastor. CIIMSTIAN C11ITRCII 8B11VIOK8 Morning 8orvlco.- ....-. HKMa. m Evening " 7:30 p.m. Sabbath School. IMS a.m. Junior Endeavor-.-. -...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 May 1912

fc ! .fc i K v Vi 3R28WP. r vfc i ' Pnli i'h Ui.t-a'.R.. .vs. ,' v Lucy Tnylor &c. I I. S. 11. Tones, sheriff of Knox ,k County, will on Monday, Mny 27th, ' 1012, between tlic hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. at the front door ol the court house in Uarbourville, Ky. sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six 'months with jjood security a cer tain body and tract of land situated 5n Knox County on the headwaters of Dig Stinking Creek and on the Taylor Fork of same and described as follows: Ik-ginning nt a chestnut oak and poplar stump on top of the divid ing ridge between the head of Ilig Stinking and Red Hird n beginning comer to a survey made in the name of Carnelious Taylor nnd al so a corner of a survey mnde in the name of said Harrison Taylor, also a beginning corner of a 150 acre survey made in the name of Mary Taylor. Thence running with the top of the ridge following its meanders viz n lie 30 poles to three blnckoak bushes n 55 w 2G poles to two ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 May 1912

y3ift?wffg p PHLP x i "' Official Oran of (the Republican Party i Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 38. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, HAY 31. 1912 Vol. IX. Ne. 16 S Ultttfa & t - ' Jt , f- :v liV .- . ; ' i v S?J i. ij L.- r-ft i3? IT I Vfc Vr" r f - fJ TAPT STILL CLAIMS NOMINATION Says" He Hos 570 Dele gates Pledged or K. instucted for Him In four of the most thickly popu lated New Jersey counties Hudson, Essex, Pnssine and Bergen Presi dent Taft assured his audiences thnt his rcnomination for the Presidency is certain. He appealed to the voters, how ever, to make his majority in the Republican National convention more decisive by adding to the 570 delegates, which he said are already instructed for or pledged to his can didacy, the twenty-eight delegates from New Jersey. While he continued his nttocks on Col Roosevelt, Tnft's speeches were principally a review of the execu tive achievements otitis administra tion. -He strongly condemned the doctrine of the recall of judic...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 May 1912

r . ti, i IA K :" f IWITAJirilTWATl III ! Ullfr H 1 !! M1BM8MKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT KAuBOlTRVILLE.KENTUOKYi (Jims. D. Oolk Frrd W, IlKiirniLii Editoh Associatk Entered ftj Hecond-Olasi Matter February Id, 1901 nt tho rontotneo itt llnrbourvillt, Ky., nntler Act of Congreii of March s, 18T9. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County. We arc authorized to announce THEO. B. BLAKEY of Ueatty ville, as a candidate for the nomination for Appellate Judge for the 7th District subject to the action of the Republican Party at the Pri mary to be held August 3rd, 1912 Wo publish this week tho an nounccmont of Judgo Theo. B, Blakoy who is a candidate for the nomination for Appellate Judge or tho seventh district subject to the action of the Republican par ty at the General Primary to bo held Aug. 3. Mr. Blakey's home is at Beat ty ville, Kentucky and he is well known throughout this section of the State. During the recent Republican administration he wa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 May 1912

lfWWTWWyri zsffii wmmmmmmmmmmmmm f - i w c ONE MORE MONTH Piano Contest Nearing the End - Closes JULY 1st - Little More Than Four Weeks to Run i' " ONLY M i . 1 Sir KKA'. . .v: 1 U f ( U. . v; . . . ': m ,, L ' : - sv &.t ... & a. rj rfW . fi .,? it t'v ififc K ." . l ' e'f ,ilB."M ?5l- fear ? . ft11 X. dc 7f. Vimo Card 9ortA Bound No.SS Dally, duo.. . - lO-.Oon.m. No. 12 ' except Sunday l.S2. m No. 24 Dttlly.duo 1154 p. m Sou) A Bound . ,No. 23 Dally, duo . 3.21 p. m. VKo.ll " except Bundajr . 0.(4 a.m. 'd. 21 Dally, duo 3.)ia. m Stroot car leaves Hotol .Tonot twenty mln - utci before tho scheduled tlmo for trains. Church Directory CnMIlRUMNDlHVKDAPTISTCIIOnOIl Rvory Sunday in ench month. Morning Sorvlco 10 45 n. in. Kvenlnir " . 7:30 p.m. Sabbath School - . m. 1'rayor Mcotlu?. Wednesday ... ... 7:20 p. m. n HE V. At C. II UTSOX. Pastor. FII1ST MBTIIODIST EI'IBCOI'AI. GIIUKCII Eory Sunday In ench month. Morning Sorvlco....... 10:45 a. m. Evening " TUp.m. Sabbath School 9.30...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 May 1912

t mt nX?K3E Pretense By A. Maria Crawford r S (Copyright, 1911, bjr Auoclatal Literary Free) "Phil Cartwrlght, of all people, at a pink tea!" Dolly French, a vision la nimy chiffon and laces, smiled while she noured the fragrant cotfeo. "You ' thad hotter go Into the pantry whoro TM.V nrAinlnlnrf tils fM1frn XJln lO OlfcV IIIIUIUJ, Mia vwa.a.Qw friend," sho advised. "You'll need bracer something stronger than cof fee beforo this nffalr Is over." "Where will I And tho chicken sandwiches?" asked Phil pleasantly. "I don't care for tho uncertain fill ing ono sometimes finds spoiling good tread." "In that silver basket on the left sldo Of the buffet. Isn't Anno charm ing in whlto? She'll make a lovely bride," said Dolly daringly. Sho was wondering whether or not Phil felt as cool as he looked over thu whlsporcd news that beforo tho afternoon tea was far advanced, Anne's engagement would be announced to Lord Brandon, who had been an attractive visitor In the States for several months. "An...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 June 1912

vs w Official Orn of ftH Republican Party in Knox County. m C i1 . . A ,' .M' no 9. X i 1 u . v S - eyyf :s. h..?V f..V f 'I ft.1.. New StrU: Vol. I. N. 39. NO DARK HORSE So Declares Hilles, Sec retory to the President Sys It Will Be Either Taf t or RoMcvelt, and that the Taf t Forces Will Net Bolt WASHINGTON. .June l.-Presi- dent Taft will neither consider, listen to nor accept the suggestion of a compromise candidate. Neither will there be a bolt by the Taft forces rumors to the con trary notwithstanding. II n e is beaten President Taft will take his defeat with good grace and will not attempt to start another party to secure the nomination for the Presi. dency on any other pretext. This was the comment mnde I y Secretary Utiles on the question of a possible dark horse capturing the Fresidental nomination when the Republican National convention meets on the- 18th of this month. Indignantly repudiating any as sertion that the question of a com promise had been broached to the Presi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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