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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 July 1912

ft i 4 xm k i Ik if " PTWOMTAIH ADVOCATE Igg PUDMSIIKO KVKKY FRIDAY AT HAKHOimVH.LR,KENTUOKY (JllAS. D. Coi.k Kditok KiitwnM ni Koeoml-OlnM Mutter Kulinmrjr 1(1, IWH nt the FtMtnffleo nt llnrlMHirvlll. Kjr., umtor Act of OonuttM of Mnrch 3, 1KW. Ono Dollar L'cr Year in Advance The Ofllclal Oroan or the Republican Parlv In Knox County. We nre authorized to announce THEO. B. BLAKEY of Hcattyvillc.ns a candidate for the nomination for Appellate bulge for the 7th District subject to the action of the Republican Party at the Pri mary to he held August aril, 1912" We ore authorized to announce A.J-KIRK of I'nintsville. Kentucky as a candi date Inr the nomination for Appel late fudge of the 7th District, sub ject to the'action of the Republican Party nt the Primary to he held Ausust 3rd, 1912. The political situation in this congressional district is in a complicated state of all'nirs. Nut alone in the congressional district but in the appellate (lis trictaswell. June25was the hist day on ...

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 July 1912

Tffii fmmmmmmmmmmgmmmmm nnmiff-i-fi -- r-rrT"-'" y t- fhw'wmi ' ' IHfwik worm ft lectures ttt., 'V7ur..: 7aaaKHBsHBi ma mHWr- - M r "'. J'rV r fS 'SJr -I I - 1- H rV Xeund No. 22 l)Bllr,duo. ..- - lOsftm.m. No. 12 " oxcept Sunday . 1.53 p. m Nd.24 I)nllr.due .. 112 I', m South Round No. 2.1 Dally, duo .... No. II " except Sunday No. 21 IXilly.iluo !lil . m. .. . (l.lio. m. . il.H o. m Streetcar leaven llotolJonos twenty min utes l)oforo tlio icheriulcd time for train. Qhurch Directory CUMIlRHI.ANI)llIVKItnAl'TI8TCIIUIIOH Every Bnndajr In each month. Morning Service. Ifllla. id. Kvcnln " ' P- m- Bahbnth School IMS a. m. I'raynr Mooting, Wednesday 7:20 p. m. HKV.A.C. IIUTSON. Pator. PIllSTMr.TIIOniST KPISCOI'Ali MtlJItCIt Kvory Sunday In each month. Moming-Scrvlco . I0:1n. m. Erenlng " . 7:nop. m. Sabbath School OJWa. m. Prayer Meeting, Thurtday... 7:M p. m. M. II. C lt.& 3rd. Mondavi 7:a0p. m. IlEV. V. W. Ill HIIOP. Pastor. OlllllSTIAN CIIUKCH HKHV1CKS Morning Service. II KM a. 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. — 19 July 1912

pi. ' ." -.v. v -r v .y KWraflUlimiJllJIliJMimWUIIIUW " 1.. . '-& f "V ' .- j.:: -' '-''.. '''"" Ci.i.ij'. . 'i-, .&& .t j jsm ?i "Pr T J$? Ig i' " " I "?'..;, IN WHitley City IN McCreary Cotinty, Kentucky waaawwM emi. uawetrmMq This seat of government is located on the Queen & Crescent Railroad about 12 miles north of the Kentucky-Tennessee line. It is a beautiful town and the most healthful spot on earth. It is in the center of the coal mining and timber district. MONEY IS PLENTIFUL A lot that you can now buy in Whitley City for a small sum will increase TEN-FOLD in value in as many months. We in vite you to make your home in Whitley City. Blue print maps of the town will be rurnished on application. rbecue a v th Saturday, July 27 THE DAY OF ALL DAYS AT WHITLEY CITY Barbecue, Free Dinner, Brass Band, Games, Contests of all Kinds and Prizes, Speakers Amusements of all Kinds, Soft Drinks FREE To be Given Away on that Day 25 City Lots $500.00 CASH $100.00 Watch 12 Go...

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 July 1912

p -rT, . V' Twywfy oufifattn JNtaftb. Official Oran of tHo Republican Party in. Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 46. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912 wp- f-aggf cs'- "lh. iTft& we ( ' V-S3 ;3 H, ' & H !? m (S . iw. S'lEPSTAKENIN AGRICULTURE AL INTER ESTS yK Stolc'Unlvcrslty, Stale and National Departments inter- ested with Dig Scheme. Railroads in A permanent organization of rep resentatives of the Stnte nnd No tional agricultral departments, the State University nnd the railroads interested in agricultural develop ment in Kentucky was afl'eccd nt n meeting in Louisville Saturday afternoon. The gathering was held in the offices of the State Fair Association in the I'aul Jones building in Louis ville and wns nttended b twenty three persons, including the two rep rcsentntives from the Louisville Commercial Club. The prime object of the meeting in brief, was to discuss the agricul tural conditions in Kentucky and the best methods (or their better ment. Much ol ...

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 July 1912

i -t KlTllMiltllTAirAlJVUte - in i J i r i i im f.k "irffiISIIKD KVKIlY VR1DAY AT tllwmtUU KVI LLK, KRNTUO K V ; , (ill AS. D. Uolk KlIITtlll fer Klllernl u Henml-01nn Mntler Pslirtmry lit, null nt tlio l'oUonieo nt Hflrtxuirrlllo. Ky., under Aet ol Coiiarm of Mnrvli , WTO. tUi Ono Dollar I'er Year in Advance The ortlcl.il Organ or the Republican ;idrtv In Knox County. We nre tfutlinriictl to nnniiuiicc A. J. K IRK of Pnlntsville, Kentucky n n candi date lor tlie noinii ation for Appel laic udjc nl the 7tli IHstrict, sub ject to tlicnctinn of the Republican I'nrtv at the Prim-m to be bel i Auituit 3..I, 101 'J F .MUD THROUGH HIE U. S. MAIL i 1 20,000,000 Stolen Prom American People One I Mildred and twenty nullum il illur w re Hitched from tlie Amer ieun.peopledurinj; thtrl.nt ticiile.ir h swindlers who operated Inrgcly through the mails lucoidini; to n stnteiiieitt just mule in a formal re port to Postmaster (tcnenil Hitch cocH. This i nn inert at- .ipproxi mutely ol thirty million...

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 July 1912

Iv IT .. tv yk i J Wg WSsSW fforih Round No, S3 1)ll7,iliio ... ... lOiftm.m. No.13 xccpt Punitnjr l:p. m N'o.S Illrilio. - list p. m South Round No. SI Daily, ituo No. II " except Hiimlny.. No. 21 Daily, duo .... .IsSI p. in, .... Mia. m, ..3:4&i. m Street tr leaven Hotel .Jiiik twenty mln tltea beforo tho nclieiliilnl tlmo for train. Professional Cards, Powers & Smith ' Attorneys a Counski.ors at Siarbouroill; Jftntucku J. M. ROBS I ON LAWYKR. Officii: Over First Nntionnl IlnnU llAuiininivii.i.ic. K'v SOLT STETSIilS JLAWYKK Office with Towers, Sainpsmi ami Smith HARHOURVILLE. - - - KY. A- L. PARKER DENTIST Ohick!-Up Stalls, In 1'iirl.nr iiulldlllK. BARBOURVILLE, KY., IMinnes" Ollicc, !HJ. Residence. 5)0. J. E. FAULKNER DENI'IST Ollices: Knox Street aversion' of T. F. FaulkiitTiVr Company 'lJI-I03SrE 121 Barbourville, Ky. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYKU TKHTKU KOIl 0.1.AHHKH At Hotel .lone? 2nd and ltli Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, KY- l-I. A.WILTJ...

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 July 1912

j ' PS!)'i 'WJJ'ViH1 "T HP T """' i'"r"(f," ui iuMlMPVi 'I W- UY A LOT IN WHitley City IN McGrear y County, Kentucky K2K33222I This seat of government is located on the Queen & Crescent Railroad about 12 miles north of the Kentucky-Tennessee line. It is a beautiful town and the most healthful spot on earth. it is in the center of the coal mining and timber district. MONEY IS PLENTIFUL A lot that you can now buy in Whitley City for a small sum will increase TEN-FOLD in value in as many months. We in vite you to make your home in Whitley City. Blue print maps of the town will be turnished on application. Barbecue-Gala Day Saturday, July 27th THE DAY OF ALL DAYS AT WHITLEY CITY Barbecue, Free Dinner, Brass Band, Games; Contests of all Kinds and Prizes, Speakers Amusements of all Kinds, Soft Drinks FREE , ' li &T I J r P M O I I Amusements of all Kinds, Soft Drinks FREE . ' 1 J I i nr l. n a 1L.1 r I . iodc driven nwciy un mat u&y j j j .25 City Lots $500.00 CASH ,, " WF $ib...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 August 1912

I 0mtititn Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 47. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKV, FRIDaY, AUQ., 2. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 25 j f L arrr---r - -- -.. iji- CI 2 ) 1 U .,9 :-'M . . ', -4 . n LOT SALE IN WHITLEY CITY "Vcrv Successful In Every Respect and Indications arc that County Scat of Mc Crcury Will be Located There More Than 4000 People on the Grounds on Day of Sale and Many Re ceived Handsome Presents Tlielot sale in Whitlev Citv ?n tilt new Count v of McCrenry win one of the mot successful ever con duct. (1 111 Kentucky, linrly Sntur dny morning llie people hi grin driving find riding into town in rill kinds ol conveyances some in veliic les, Mime horsehnck mill sonic on loot nnd liy the time that the spec inl trains began 10 nrrive there niut linvc been more thnn one thousand people on the grounds When the three trains arrived niid deposit d their cargo of limiinn freight it wi estimated thai tlurc w u- between lour and live thousand people present...

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

"i'tippwj",'ii'w"j m "'"mMMIIMI! ' iuwpw Jujiip ij ijii ifiwji TMKTTfc t',i .&jhj .Ti. 'THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE PUBMSHKD KVKKV FRIDAY AT BARHOURVILLE.KENTUOKY Oiias. D. Oolk Editor Kntnrrd M Hecond-OlAt Mutter February la, lew nt the Poitomce nt IVirbourTllle, hy., under Act of Oongrom of March S, lvn, One Dollar Per 'tear in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Partv in Knox County. f.We are authorized to announce A.J. KIRK of Pnintsville, Kentucky ns a candi date lor the nomination for Appel late fudge of the 7th District, sub ject to the action of the Republican Party nt the Primary to be held AurusI 3rd, 1912. STUDEBAKER "When you're in a racing car at speed, keep your mouth tight shut." This is the ndvice given by "Fight ing Bob" Evans of the Studebaker team, whose success this year have stamped him as the brightest star of the light-car pilots. And it is nd vice which will be endorsed by every experienced race driver. "Keep your mouth shut," contin ues Evans, "becaus...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 August 1912

W fW WiiWP".! in Win i ""lll'flljt". .iiiiiiiiniim)H ji i jim i in i .!jyHP I Hh r r f b v te ,j$ , c . TSime Card 7ortA S&ound No.MIlallr.tluo No. 12 " except Hiimlny . .. No. 21 Dnlljr.iluo .... . 10.0un.rn. 1 SI . m 1121 p. m Sou A 33ound No. 23 Dally, due No. 11 " oxcci'tSiinilny . No. SI I)nlly,clue . 3 94 p. in. . (Win. m, a.Ua. m Street ear lea vos I lotolJonps twenty min utes licfnro llio dcliodiileil tlmo for trains. SPrebssona Cards, Powers & Smith ATTOKNKYS & CoUNSKt.OHS AT Siarbaurvllle, JtfrntucAy, .T. M. ROBSION LAWYER. Officii: Over First National Bank Bakhoukviixh, Ki SOL T. STJSTi'L.JC XjAWYTSK Olllco with Powers, Sampson ana Smith HAIIHOUIWLM3. KY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST Okkh'k: Up Stairs, in l'arlccr Building. BAHBOURVILLE, KY., Phones" Oflice, HO. Residence, !)(. J. E. FAULKNER DENTIST Ollici's : Knox Street over Rtoro of T. F. Faulkner & Company 'J?l-IOK"E 121 Barbourville, Ky. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT i:yi:h ii:sti:d kouui.ahh...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 August 1912

V- "5" " li E. r I ? W I an t?WETj SUMMER HOUSE FOR POULTRY Coop 8hown In ths Illustration Will Provide Comfortable Place for Hena In Hot Weather. Good poultry quarters aro Deeded) and for warm weather the- house shown In tho accompanying plcturo will answor tho purpose exceedingly well. It Is built eight feet wlJo, 12 feet long, seven feet high In front and 114 feet at tho rear It should have n light framework, consisting of 2x48, for tho sills and caps, nnd sid ing of Inch stuff, preferably matched, Summer House for Hens, nailed on perpendicular as Indicated, writ" Tred O Sibley In the Farm nnd Homo The front, which Is to face toward the south, has a good-slscd window, and at each corner are two openings, 13x16 Inches, for tho hens to pass. In the end opposite the door thoro Is a wooden shutter about two feet square for air and ventilation, nnd this, as well as the window, should have strong, fine meshed wire nailed on the outside. The roosts are located In tho rear, up under tho ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 August 1912

Btje Jbmnbdn JUttroffcb. 1 H Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County, f Hw New Series: Vol. I. No. 48. BARB0URV1LLE. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUG.. 9, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 26 v t f ii v i .pi s$s V V ' '.', $h , ' CONGRESSMAN POWERS MAKE PLEA FOR HARMONY Shows Why righr Is Being Node Against Him unci Urges Republican Voters to Stand by the Old Log Cabin An Ardent Admirer of Colonel Roosevcll and Would Sup port Him It He Claimed to be Riflhtful Nominee tnrli"iirvilU,Ky , AiiptiM S. I'.Mi'. To tlic Republicans of tin- 11th District: I linil not deemed it necesnrv be fore opening tip mv .ninpnij'ii to stntc my position upon the public question? now before tlie coitntr for solution but fiiicc those who are trwnj: to distrox me wv taking ndvnntne of my silence, I will stntc n lengthily ns 1 enn in n newspuper nrticle, mv views. To begin with, I did not believe thnt President Tnlt oujjhi to hnve become n candidate to bnve suc ceeded liimsell; but niter lie did be come n enndidnte nr.d...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 August 1912

Hppaf I ft KJ ft 1 ' O . r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISIIKD KVKhY FRIDAY AT BAKBOURVILLE.KENTUOkV 0A8. D. Oolk Editor Kntxrrd a Hccond'Olim Mntter February Id, 11KH nt tlio Poatofflca at nnrlxnirYllle, Ky., under Act of OowrnM of March S, Kt. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican ;Parlv in Knox County. BULL MOOSE PARTY Last Thursday nt (Jorum a number of delegates from sever al counties of the Eloventh Con gressional met and completed their organization of a Third or Progressive Party. This move ment has been on foot since the Chicago convention in July and Thursday's meeting completed the organization. At this con vention delegates were elected to attend the National Conven tion at Chicago which was held Monday of this week, and a can didate was nominated to oppose lion. Caleb Powers for his re election to Congress. Since the Republican conven tion the Advocate has taken but little hand in the political urgu nients arising over the leaders of the Repub...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 August 1912

rfHMij n Ml AaLHRMQVRPi" "' v1 " zrTp- WW WW 5tf-f .- . fi '7ftMpFp -flaBaHraV ' kMP LP . .. ' " " " ""I fM-i n ri nr f Cittllt iflu nrt I I ..aatfalaaaw ! ' 1 V ! f , F' LOCALS C V. Branch of L.&N. T, VortA Wounit '. Nil, as )lly,lno... 10:0iin.in. Ki .ii.18 " except Hunilny .. liKp.tn If ii.-ll IMIIy.ilun 1lsSlp.ni South Sdounct Nil. an Pally. ilu- . :l!l . m. Nil. II " except Hiinitay (Kiln. m. No. 21 Dally, iliio - 3:t!tn. " Htn-otr-ir leaven Hotel .lone twenty lulu MM licfnrp tlm whriliiloil tlmo for trnlin. A! Professional Cards. Powers & Smith ATTOKNKYS ft COUNSKI.OHS AT flarbourville. Jfentucici. .J. M. ROBSrON LAWYER. Opricu: Over I-'irst Nntionnl Hani llAKIHU'ltVII I.I!, U (jolt strkt-k OHlee with Powers. Smiipn.Mi nun Smith BAHHOUItVIMiK. - KY A. L. PARKKR DENTIST mm-i-: Up Stiilrs. Ii I'nrK i Building. BARBOURVILLE, KY., IMiont's- Ollicc, :i. Hrsiilonce. HI'. OR.JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT RYKS IKwTIJIi KCIlt (II.ASHI'.S At Hotel .lone" 2nti imtl ll...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 August 1912

Jk VAST IMPROV EM ElilS PLANNED BY OFFICIALS OF STATE FAIR IN BUILDINQ EQUIPMENT. Naw Grand Stand It Twice the Size of Old One and It Magnificent Structure. With the greatest lino or exhibits In the way of Uvo stock as noil an of all other products of which the tttnto Is famous, already guaranteed for the Kentucky Statu Pair this year, It Is tlio prediction of those In charge of the arrangements that tho exhibition to be held the week of September 9-14 lnclutlve, will bo the biggest nnd best ever seen In the South or Middle West, and that It will murk un epoch In tho history of agricultural and live stock exhibitions. Not since the Ken tucky Stato Kalr was Innuguarated ten years ago has the same amount of In terest been shown In the event as that being taken this year by the officials and the public spirited citizens throughout the Stnte, Insuring the greatest fair, from an artistic and dis play standpoint at least. In the history of tho Institution. Chlof among the improvements at ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 August 1912

FWWVxW '1 wfi'" i "" " onnfadn Mnuafr Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 40. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDvY, AUG., 16, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 27 QDhe te m M' M 1- P(- ?! f i! "$ ,'"'' R' L - i! m, V, K m Ikx SPEECHES PUT TO THE TEST Wilson Disappointing. Roosevelt Fairly Within Bounds, While Taft is Almost Radical NUW YORK, Aug. 12 -Instead of the long heralded call to nrnn to n militant Democracy already scent ing victory, Gov. Wilson's speech ol acceptance is hailed here in this cen ter of Presidential politics ns a ped agogical essay on present day poli tics, ns impeccable in its style a it is indefinite and unsatisfying in practical auggsstion. Bven the members of the notification com mittee, many of whom returned to New York from Sea Girt, could not bide their surprise at the course of the nominee in politely ignoring the platform of the party nnd the rank and file of the party as well, in his statement of the faith that is in him, nnd whil...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 August 1912

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUUMSIIKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT AKBOURVILLK,KENTUOKY Oh as. D. Oolk Editor Knlorol i Hecoml-Ulwn Matter Kchnmry 14, IKK lit the Puslofnce nt llnrtxmrvllle, Kjr., under Act of ConuriMi of Mnrcli 3, 1OT. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. Wb tiro in receipt of a lottor this week from Corbin. Ivy Written on Paul Dober & Co.'s retterheads and enclosed in one of Ballard Bros.'s envelopes and signed by J. Hood request ing that the writer's name be taken from our mailing list and the Advocate discontinued to his address, giving as one of his reasons, objection to the article published by Mr. Powers last week stating his posit kn in the Congressional and Presidential race. We are acceeding to his request and are discontinueing his paper this week. Just the same we are willing to make a little bet that Mr. Hood will be one of the first to look for an Advocate next Friday when the mail is distributed at Corbin, jut to ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 August 1912

i! W f' :,' r . c . Vimo Card 7orA Hound No.I3Hnlly,.liio lO.Oim.m. No. 12 " oxccpt Humlnjr LIB P. m No.SI Dnlly.iltio HSIp. m South Hound Nn. Kl Dally, lno .3 84 p.m. No. II " except Bnmlny (fclin. m. No. ill Unity, ilno - 4S m Htirct oar lcnvcs Hotel Jono twenty min ute lieforo llio Kclinliilrtl time ror irainn. t9 Professional Cards. Powers & Smith ArrOKNKYS & COUNSHI.OKS AT SHarbourvllle, JfoniucAy. J. M. ROBSION LA.WYEK. Ofi'ick: Over First National Hani UAKlinUKVII.I.K, K SOLT. STETSrJS Olllco with Powers, Sampson mill Smith HARHOURVIMjE. - - - KY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST Oi hi'k:-Up Stairs, in J'nrkvi RuUtling. BARBOURVILLE, KY., ritones" Oilice, 110. Residence, 5)0. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT kyi:m 'ikstkd fok (ii.ankkn At Hotel Jones 2nd tintl -llli Monday of eacli month. BARBOURVILLE, KY. 1 Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind., ''that 1 began to take Car dui. for it has cured me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Card...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 August 1912

a' t ? fern The Doctor's Patients Tbo handsomo cstato of Hose HIM, ono of the finest In Connecticut, long without a tenant, was sold at last. A gentleman, with an Invalid wife and a prettr daughter, purchased and took possession of It. They seemed very pleasant people, but slow In making acquaintances. Young Doctor Everson always nd mired the place, when ho passed It In his rides; but, of courso, ho would not venture to call without an invitation. However, ono day, accident gave htm tho desired opportunity. As ho was riding by, the front door opened, nnd Miss Dennett came tripping down the steps. ' Pleaso stop a moment!" she called out. "Are you not a doctor?" she said. "I am. Can I ho of service'" ho said, with his most professional air. "Yes, Indeed!" was tho quick an swor. "My mother Is vory III, and pa pa not here. As no are strangers, I did not know whom to go to, so I ventured to Btop you." "Perfectly right," sold the doctor "I am at your disposal Immediately." "Mamma," said t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 August 1912

Trt ;w -. r tett Itefilt IP quii Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. & New Series: Vol. I. No. 50. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUG., 23, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 28 I M- I K i i P i t' i itLn i -K GAMBLERS DESPERATE hJPIot to Blow Up Jail in H Which are Confined Im portant Witnesses. NIJW YORK, Aug. 20.-A plot to blow up the West Side Prison anil thus kill Jack Kosc, "Bridgie" Web ber, Harry Vnllon and Sam Scliepps principal witnesses against Decker, wns revealed to the police by a let ter received by Assistant Prison Keeper Levy Monday night. The letter insists gamblers are be hind the plot, and that men are working on n tunnel to put the dynamite beneath the prison. Careful search by the police failed to reveal any such tunnel, but a special guard was posted and pa trols kept out nil night around the prison. How essential it seemed to Mr. Whitman that he should personals protect Scliepps from New York po lice interference appeared Monday night when it was learn...

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