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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 June 1912

lm1 vtm It- iTU.-! FJWWMIHI KVMlY PwWAY . AT RxklWURVILLE.KENTUOKV CttAS. D. Colr Editok A rnUMwt . uirMir1.ntitt Mtttnr Ffihrunrv IS, 1904 nt the roitofllcs nt Hsrbourvllle, Ky., under Act o( Contmi of March a, 17. One Dollar Per Year in Advance? The Official Organ or the Republican Parlv In Knox County. We ore nutliori-ed to nnnounce THEO. B. BLAKEY of Ueattyville.as n candidate for the .nomination for Appellate Judge for the 7th District subject to the nction of the Republican Party nt the Pri mary to be held August 3rd, 1912 A littlo more attention to some of the trees standing near the sidewalks in somo parts of the town would not be amiss. It is almost impossible to carry an open umbrella in somo places on accountof the overhanging limbs A Decision for the Newspa per Men The right of newspaper reporters i to respect the confidence of their sources nt lmlormntion on which , stories nnd articles nre written and published is upheld by Judge Tur- ncr in the Circuit Court nt Milwau...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 June 1912

-'MnWBEaK'Tff KWi&imwwmMMam swywsii mtau -j tmM&ABJmgMBS& RLSjq! fck !&& f W or PF "BBBBBBBrBBBBBBBliJE i ilm IiBBBBmS JSSMW tftt SSkJ, ffi - - -7T 1 J i j ,1 ftv fi !lv I.J. Ml' 'a Sl.- " ' ' " I'X rih js .t t ? ' ( WT. ' - if WfS.!' Ira 9C Mnif i Aaa,,. n.n.fl. Mo. 14 ' ' expt8of No. M BHr,'dtMi., !! WjSS aM. ..- l:Mp.m ll:Hp.ra JettfA Minuet No. M bally, duo ... . -. fc2l p. m. No. 11 " except Sundar iUla. m. No. 21 JHllr, duo...-.,..,. 8 15 a. m Street car leaves Hotel Jonoa twenty mln utos before the aohcduled time for train. $, ' tProftsstoniti Cards. Powers & Attornkys a Counselors at 3frhervllf0, Jfantucky. J. M. ROBSION i' X. J.A TO i an. Office: Over First National DnnV DARUOtlRVlLtK, K SOL T. STETSXE LiAWXTDR Office with Powers, Sampson and Smith BARBOURVILIiE, - - - KY. A. L. PARKER DEPlTIST Offiok: Up Stairs, In Parker Building. BARBOURVILLE, KY.. Phonos" Officer 30- Residence. DO NEW THE WING MACHINE OF QUALITY. NOT SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HO...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 June 1912

n-v r ht Spears 'a. "- r PviLu tCoyrifet, Jill, by Associated Literary rrew.) A girl wu riding toward Holcomb, riding like the wind on a wiry pinto. Behind her was an escort of (our Yaqul maidens, who did not display tho grace and abandon of their loader. She brought her horse up standing within a fow feet of Holcomb's own, and the adrenturer say that she was not Indian at all, but pure Spanish. Her creamy, oral face, full scarlet lips and eyes like pools of black, water made her very attractive. The black oyes appraised Holcomb swiftly. He sat his horse like a cow boy, but the pack animal behind was laden with the outfit of the prospector. He was bronzed by hot suns, and his handsome face carried an expression of bold fearlessness that just escaped recklessness. 'Senor," she said abruptly In Span lsh, "don't go to tho 'Three Spears.' " "WhyT demanded Holcomb abrupt ly. For an Instant his eyes sought tho shimmering southwest, where three slender peaks oroso from the gray of the dese...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 June 1912

prpspp Hti' i' ' V 1 Official Oran of the. Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 40. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 14. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 18 Vm ffl Mtiuxtn - W 1 i : 'a. V IV r 5f" 1 : U ' j TO RREVENT fl BOLT TaftMen May Offer Re ,, olution Before Nation-- al Convention to pledge Loyalty Would Follow txumpleSct in ISSO By Roscoe Conkllnfl The Tnft managers and delegates lining up forithe NntionnI Convcn ti'on tight took the step to injure the preservation of the G. 0. P. The first thing that will come up in the Chicago convention in nil proli ability, when it convene nnd even before it proceeds to organization, is n call from the Tnft delegates lo the Roosevelt delegates nnd nil otli crs to pledge faith nnd allegiance to the Republican pnrtv, no mntter what happens in what is to follow The resolution that is now being considered and which the Tnlt men , will probablv lay bclore tle Notion nl Committee for its prcliiuiiiiry ratification reads: . "Resolved, a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 June 1912

i l.v r, ! r. r H ' tf zv 1: J- v i . . wJmnwoiiTAiH advocate PUBMSHKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT BARBOUHVILLE.KENTUOKY Oiias. D. Colk Enrron Kntnrml m Hocond-Clai Matter Kelminry 10, tool nt tlia Pottofllco nt llnrlxiurvllto. Kjr., under Act of Congrr it of Mnrch 3. 1ST0. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. We are authorized to announce THEO. B. BLAKEY of Ilcntty ville, as a candidate for the nomination for Appellate Judge for the 7th District subject to the action of the Republican Party nt the Pri mary to be held August 3rd, 1912" COMMISSIONER'S SALE KNOX CIRCUIT COURT 0 V. P.Amisetal Plff. vs. T. II. Amis &c. Deft's. Hy order of the Knox Circuit Court, rendered nt its April term, 1912, in the case of W. F. Amis &c plaintiffs, against T. II. Amis &c defendants. I will, as Commissioner, on the 2-lth day of June 1912, same being first day of Knox County Court, sell at the court house door in Uar bourvillc, Ky., to the highest a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 June 1912

i. r Ptsf r s y 7te iBGCTSr ;t JJ -t-!-'' Wyr - pMT tms uara Jforth SSound No.WDnllr.iliio.. .,. Nn. 13 " except Sunday lOiOga.m. 1.5Sp.m .1121 p. m No. 21 Dnllr.iluo . .. South S3eund No. 2.1 Dnllr. iluo .. No. II " except Sunday No. 21 Dnllr, iluo 1121 p.m. D44n. m. 3 411a. m Htrcot car lenves Hotel Jonos twenty min utes boforo llio tohcdulod tlmo for trnlna. Professional Cards, Powers & Smith Attornkys ft CouNstaons at SHarbourvill; JfentucAy. J. M. ROBSTON LAWYER. Office: Over First National Bnnl HARllOt'HVILI.K, K SOLT -STEELE LAWYER Office with Towors, Sampson and Smith BARBOURVILLE, - - KY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST Oi-fick: Up Stntrs, in Pail.fi jltiUdlng. EARBOURVILLE, KY.. Phones" Office, HO. Residence, DO. THE SEWINC MACHINE OF QUALITY. tlOT fiOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. .r you purchn.io tho NEW" HOME you will h.no a life nMct at tlio price you pay,audIll nutluivcan endlcucluilaof repairs. If jim want sowing machine, -nrltb ur Intent catalogue kt...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 June 1912

ft i- !' " l ? jw- w nrt HKIPLE8 APE THICK A3 DUMDLE BEC9 IN A.CLOVER - PATCH. NOT ALL CALLED TO PREACH Deilre It Strong, but Knowledge It Lacking Wonderful Progress In Campaign for Better Highways Cut Out All Fade. BY HOWARD H. GROSS. If ono looks carefully over tho press clippings that corao la upon tho ques tion of good roads, ho will bo aston ished at several things. First, tho widespread Interest that Is taken In the subject, lletter high ways are being discussed everywhere In the shop, store, the school, nt the cross roads, women's clubs, grain exchanges, boards of trade, railway meetings, etc. The advocates of good roads uro as thick as bumble bees In a clover patch. All sorts of solutions are offered, most of which aro Imprac ticable, and If undertaken would be simply a waste of time and money. It reminds one of the remark of a pmlos- Tli abovp shows a Rood road leading live along tha road. These usually work road would do credit to any country In opher, who, after listening...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 June 1912

"i mnniyi, "TnwiiriiHp imipyT 'fvSET mmiatn v:r v - J Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDmY, JUNE 21, 1912 New Series: Vol. I. No. 41 . Vol. FX. No. 19 fW, & ,' 1 ;r- 151 . 'i 1 w ta !; u LO Ml POWERS PUSHING BILL FOR MINERS Fights for Passage of f-os- ter Proposal to Extend Scope" of Federal Mine Rescue Bureau Washington, May 2. Repre sentative (2ull) Powers, of Ken tucky, tool; 1111 active part in the discussion in t lie House of the Foster Hill to enlarge the scopo of the new Federal Hurciiu of Mines. The hill will come for ward again for consideration Wednesday. Mr. Power said ho was heartily in favor of the bill und would for all legislation necessary to make the Bureau of Minos an olfective working organization in the interest of the miners. He told of tho work already accomplished of establishment, of miner rescue stations and of mine rescue cars, one of which has already visited his district in Kentucky for the purpose of i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 June 1912

?K' th- , , '1 Vmm HUATAIK ADYOCMI STB I L C T tidbit (T.J t FUBMSHED KVEHY FRIDAY XT UAKBOURVILLE.KENTUOKY (Juab. D. Colk Kditou Entered M Hecoml-Olnss Mntter February lit, 1K)I nt the IV)tomco nt llnrlxmrvllle, Kjr., under Act o( Const rM of Mnreli X ItTV- Ono Dollar I'or Year in Advance The Official Oraan or the Republican Parly In Knox County. We are authorized to announce THEO. B. BLAKEY of Ueattyville, ns n candidate for tlie nomination for Appellate Judge for the 7th District subject to the nction of the Republican Party nt the Pri mary to be held August 3rd, 11)12- We nre authorized to announce A. J-KIRK of Paintsvillc, Kentucky as a cntiuT date lor the nomination for Appel late Judge of the 7th District, sub ject to the nction of the Kepublican Party nt the Primary to be held August 3rd, 1912. COMMISSIONER'S SALE KNOX CIRCUIT COURT Y. F. Amis et nl Plff. vs. T. U. Amis tic. Deft's. By order of the Knox Circuit Court, rendered at its April term, 1912, in the case of W..F, Am...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 June 1912

rrs naB' fc ' H a-. m ;4 ?K 9 ,wx 1 -. i iB PIT l-'TOWPiPi p cc. . uima jara t ' Jfav'M SSound No. S8 Dally, due.. . 10sO(in.in. No. 12 ' except Sunday . 1:53 p. m No. 34 Dally,!lue ... 1144 . m SoufA Siound No. 2.1 Dally, duo - ... 1.2I I', m. No. 11 " except Sunday... .. . . 1M4 n. m. No. 21 Dally, due .1.15 n. m Street car leaves Hotel Jones twenty min utes before tho lohcdulcil time for trains. Professional Cards. Powers & Smith ATTORNBV8 ft CoUNSKLORR AT S8ar&ouruffj Jfontueky, J. M. ROBSTON LAWYKR Office: Over First Nntionnl Bnnl BARnoimviLLK. Ki SOLT. STEKIE LAWyBR Office with Towers, Sampson nnd Smith BARBOURVILLK, - - ICY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST Offiok: Up Stnlrs. In I'nrU'i iiuilding. BARBOURVILLE, KY.. Phones" Office, 8(5. Residence, All. Notice A majority of the stockholders of the Ostencl jellico Conl I onipany, representinj; n majority of the stock, having consented in writing to wind up thenffairs ol this corpor ntion, and two thirds ol the stock holders, reptes...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 June 1912

injjj .wiippw PtUY IT AT WMtT fcte rntii65CLrM iio-miaooxrit! DONT.Jie.HOVM THM nftlLOROftH MOO C(N at.L r Son MHe THi: FOR 10 OUCHS vv ONLY 0 BoCHiJ AN' x TtlfcT JAIDIT WftS'PRC- v SttRUflK flN' rtlL WOOL V fn uat strong for S TWfc.6 MAIL OQOiO uim4K ss. w 1KN0W KITTY WONT Bt HBLt TO RfcSIST Pt- itimtst oods an' icr nftKe. howin with THt coiw l Jvd s BV StNPINCr v io "'T..J.V YV N V .N v V. GRfetTlM MftRMADUKfc KlTTV, HOW DftRt VOO? - M. yVXvVsV VVv y " A JV.Kt nr ick. V S fm J .1 r ia y vfv 3 V'h ) i LI L A Too Wit IT Hftt to I Vs. S I BftlN. IWANTtO 1 n TO TMt KITTY N l WAkKIN' TKIS 1 T- ftPTtWMQOM. J v ." fmg$g t II SI v NN rl2 fmtlrk r ft jr ivSM,U- &UV IT ftT k at--.. "iiW'' ' COMPEL HORSE EAT SLOWLY Habit of Bolting Food by Animal May Be Remedied by Constructing 8elf-Feed Box. It your horse has the habit of bolting his feed you can easily remedy it by making a self-feeder on his feed box, says the Iowa Homestead. The accom panying Illustration shows how a feed, er may bo ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 June 1912

' lUQIOMKl $v Official Organ of the Republican Party- in Knox County New Scries: Vol. I. No. 42. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE a8, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 20 ;S in i . '.V, r-r Xt v ' pkn TWO NOMINATIONS MADE Republican Party Split in.Twain at Nation al Convention in Chicago Last Week TAFT MEN CONTROL CONVENTION AND NOMINATE HIM ON FIRST BALLOT WHILE ROOSEVELT FOLLOWERS DID NOT VOTE Roosevelt Adherents Retired from Convention Hall and Met in Orchestral Hall Where the Colonel Was Nominated to Head Third Parly CONVENTION HALL. Chicago, June 22. With the party admitted ly facing the greatest crisis in its history. William Howard Tnft, of Ohio, at 9:2G o'clock tonight was renominated for President ol the United Stntes by the Republican National Convention. The revolt of mnny ol the Roose velt delcgattsin the convention was open from the moment the perma nent roll containing the iinnu-s of contested delegates wns approved. A "valedictory" statement was ' rend in behalf ol Col. Roosevelt...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 June 1912

' mUfWBM SeHEDl!JEBv0EPAV( jjywjfc fcitoffir iim m tw & aikn nlT i Hb b J vji r An-M.A . .vmH f In --! -. G. W. TYE tlyery, Sale & Feed cohn,'iiaV, oats and other 8to0k feed. Nice Rigs. Fat norses'. The following is the sal ary schedule for Knox Comity teachers wtncli has been approved by the County 0oardof Edaetiq7 and ha been for their approval, and If approved by them will be the pcrmnnent schedule for school years jlofclOJU). submitted to the 'State Board for , ,,! "". ' - 3rd Class Schools 2nd diss Scheeta 1st Clsss Schools Class B. 1st Ctegs Schools Class A. u u 10 3 a o M M 2- n r 8 to D O. 0 M Pi rr r 2. s 2 B 2 5 3 2. q. ft a. jr n ? M 3 : V I n w ' r rr rr o ' 2. G. S J? s 3 "3 ! " o i ,0 M H M W M c s. p , p n w - U I -l M ' ' M M n o r 5" i m A a ' o H a a o o H a FIRST CLSSRIGS M M 0 M 3 32 $35. only $35. $36. 30. 37. 37. 38. 36. 39. 37. 33. 39. 40. $40. onlv $40 $42. $44. $50 onlr $54. r.5G. $55 only $50 $57. $60 02 BT 41 43. 46. 55. 57 58. ."I- 40percentatt'nc...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 June 1912

hsj . fi '. r "1 . '3 -1 - ? 7Tr ? sirnv Card Vforih Hound , ' No.23 Dallr,tue. ft:Op tutal No. 13 " except Sunday . l:S3p.m so.u nmirdue. 11.-34 p. m SoufA SJound m No. SI Dallr. rtuo . .. No. II " except Hundnjr HO. SI Dally, duo . .131 p. m. ... IMtn. m. . ,HHn. m Btro'ct ear Icnvea Hotel Jono twenty mini 11 1 as beforo tho tchoduled tlmo Tor trains. J-,!-. V ., Ji!. ( I" lolin StaafiH 13 In .J.ouUKlVtli week. . ' Lyiimn Benjamin npent .tjjie .Sun drfynt Cntnp Ground. . i Prof. Lloyd Creech wn iq.our city the latter part of last week. '.. "' Professional Cards. Powers & Smith' Attorneys & Counsrloks at' 32ar6ourvil?e, Jfenruccy. J. M. ROBSIOTST LAWYER. Office: Over First Nntionnl Ilnnl BaKIIOIIHVIMjT!, K$ SQL T. STJSKIjE LAWYER Office with Powors, Sampson and Smith - BARBOUnVILLE. - KY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST Okkick: Up Stnlra, In l'nrfcn lJulldlnu. BARBOURVILLE, KY., PhoiieB" Oflice, !)0. KcRidonre, SUV. Notice A majority of the stockholders of the Ostend Jellico Conl Comp...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 June 1912

?wn vwEJm IF L 'r The Dream Child By A. II. Guntcr L (Copyright. 1S12, rty Associated Literary There was a streak of paint on Alice' noEo, which mado her feci strangely cross-eyed, her hnlr had fall en about her shoulders, and her back was aching David's letter lay tin- If , opened In her lap, and that was queer. Cr for David was III at an out-of-town , sanitarium, and a girl Is supposed to take some Interest In her fiances health. But Alice believed In art for art's snlce, and David could wait To- i morrow tho entries would begin for ; IIUIIUU nth VAtllUlk ilUU OUU u.uov 'put tho finishing touches to her pic ture The room was bare and ugly, since art for art's sako Is not always profit able, but now that tho huge canvas was there, to enter was like coming from the filth and din of tho streets Into still midsummer woods, Into haunted forest. Beneath a moss-hung oak, knee-deep In a tangle of bracken and fern, stood a little girl, with wide eyes and expectant face. Sho was looking for...

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 July 1912

y U 'ly-pio1 foryrrv , W ' "' "y"' ". 'i1' 'Wf gLii Mmftte Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 1. No. 44. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, JULY 12,1912 Vol. IX. No. 22 P 11 j vufai "". v.r c .. l w"afWaili IHW lip iwmwittt Vm W ,?E - kv HOOKWORM SANITORIUM To Be Located In Knox County Plrsl Dlspcnsarv of the Kind In the United States Kentucky will linve the first dis pciunry in the world for the treat ment of hookworm. It will he shu nted in Knox County where 1,300 persons nre now infected with the disenRe. Immediately after the ad journment of the conference of the city and county health officers of the State, npnrty of physicians from the State Doard of Health under the di rections ol A. T. McCnrmnck, Chief Slate Sanitary Inspector, will o to Knox County and make an effort to stamp out the disease within six weeks time. The physicians will visit every town nnd hamlet in the county and will tnke laboratories and micro scopsts with them for the purp...

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 July 1912

OlLlMjEiM. '. 'rrl.-';i'.-.j"--j'J'jwf.jr i.niJCT3B.., v ti jmxnmmmmmtitGSmmmmmimi&mmmm1mmj.mhamm "SCHEDULE OF PAY FORKWQX vr - HMM.nm , r m " a t .'i. TONSORIAL PARLOR The following is the salary schedule for Knox County teachers which hut brcn approved by the County Hoard of Education, and has been Mibmittetl to the State Honrd for their approval, and if approved by them will he the permanent schedule lor xdwol years 1012-191H. M W Nenr Hotel Jones If you want n good, clean slmvo, a neat linir cut or a shampoo, you will find no bettor place in town Qive them a call Davis & Dizney, Props. 3rd Claw Schools 2nd Clat Schools 1st Clin School Clans II. Ml Class Schools Class A. 1 1 '-aBBMaaacmriiiiim i n i . i i n m u tc a u - i - 1 a o a v 2. ja a-S 2. n g-5 cj w n B m g in 3 v a S ." n " o n n o M IO D a. H HIM H M a m l w o, t a " r o 2. jj. - 2. 58 g S S in 3? ? o If? -a M M M 51 It r rr e o 2. 2. 5" p p "M W h M M -, p 3 u MM M M M tn en rt rt 2. 2. p p" M l M ' - 10 M a n ...

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 July 1912

fe f w tf I k X. T -yw$ jtirm. Jforth SSeunei Ko. 22 Dally, duo. 10;OU(l. m No. IS " except Sunday . 1:63 p, m Vo.2l I)allr,duo ...... 11 .21 p. in SoitfA Bound No.SI tally, duo No. II " except Bumlijr No. 21 tally, duo 3.21 p. m, . ... 11.(1 n. in, .. n.lta. in Street car lravoa Hotel Jonca twenty min utes liororo tho DClieiluieil iimo lor irainn. Church Directory 22?. d 9J, Vtmt Qf CUMIIKKLANIIHIVKItllAPTIHTCIIUItCII Every Sunday In each month, MornlnKSenlce... 10 45 a.m. Kvcnlnjr T:.T0p.m. Babtintti ficliool (Ml a.m. t'rarcr Meetliifr, Wednesday . 7.31 p. m. ItRV.A.0. IIUTSON. I'nator. KIHSTMr.TIIODISTr.l'ISCOI'Af. UIII ItC'll Kery Sunday In each month. Morning Service.......... ... ....lOtir, a. m. Kvcnlnir . . 'M p. m. Hnblratli School . . Q30 a. m. I'rnjcr Mcotlnir, Thursday.. "iMp. m. M. II. C, 1st. & 3rd. Mondays. 7sno p. m. IIEV. P. W. 11 HKOP. Pastor. CHItlSTrAN OIIUIICII SKItVICKM Morning Service.......-... II 00 n. m Evening " 7i30p.ni. Sabbath School .. (ur.n.m. Jun...

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 July 1912

r s - r i j'. I"!!!! ONtDRM-AND yffproceu ef Frequent TWafle -During Growing Beaton to Form Muicn It of Importance. (Dj PrtOK J. II. Slltil'PHltD, Nofth Da kota Acrtrultural Cotton ) Successful dry land cropping re quires frequent cultlmtloit of tlio land tho dust blnukel either as nn Incident to tho cultivation of corn, potatoes or root croiw or without n crop, nnd the adding and conserva tion of humus In tho soil. Tho conservation of moisture In dry land farming Is nn Immediate nccos Blty. The fertility will Inst for some time, and tho weeds urn! Insect posts are Items of future contingency, but moisture conservation must begin when tho soil Is turned. Molsturo ft crop must have to produce at nil, nnd It Is a prime necessity on new ns well as old land. Cultivated crops will bring about this result In many districts. Potatoes and root crops must be struck from the list of rotation crops In sumo districts or special prolslou must be made against the drifting of the soil. Corn may no...

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 July 1912

r" mm m$mnlmn lit Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, JULY 19. 1912 - - irr ti - tm 'Hv Vol. IX. No. 2.3 iljL , HT V New Series: Vol. I. No 45. HI- if T s, '-1 3 H ) WS s STATE f.R. KEN Bradley and Paynter fl 111 w ,-r,. -.-. duck dv uonmer. H PERFECT LANS B tftt Call Ordered for County Jk' Moss Convention in jE Kentucky, July 27. Lexington, Ky., July 13. At n conference ol Konscvtlt men nt the I'heonix Hotel here this afternoon n call was ordered issued for county runss conventions in Kentucky nt 2 o'clock Saturday July 27, except in those counties which already have taken action in support of the Colonel. Following the mass convention", district conventions will be held August I, nt which delegntes to the Chicago convention to be held Aug. 5will be held. A meeting of the delegates will be held in Louisville on August 3 to select four delegates-at-large, bach district be represent ed by two delegates, and with the fiur dclegates-at...

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