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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 August 1912

r n.vwj ' -yr,Tn-"j TP : ws --- t r h "i' . . P Ml fjflTHB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Vlini.ISHKl) KVKKY FRtDAY AT BAUBOUUVILLK,KKNTOOKy I On as. D. Colk Editor Kntnreri in Hocoml-Olam Mntter February 14, 1WH at the IVntofllca nt Unrbourvltle, Ky., under Act of CongreM of March . 1V7. One Dollar Tor Year in Advance The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County BULL MOSSE AND THE DEMO CRATS Sunday's Cincinnati Enquirer quoted Col. U. T. Ford, of Mid dlesboro, who is a btauneli Dem ocrat, and at one time the Denv ocratic nominee for State Treus uroras follows "It would tuki but little work to change quite a mini berof Seaveyor Smith peo pie to vote for the stronger of the two." In other words bea vev is in bed with the Demo cratic party and the Democratic nartv is in bed with beavey, an as nrodictcd bv Caleb Powers in the statement he issued some davs aco. this Democratic nom inee will be oil the track before the November election, and the Democratic party will be voting the Bull M...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 August 1912

Hr - jC, Sc 9f, Zf'no Card 7orA Round No.MDnlly.ilim lOiltn.m. No. 12 " nxcct Hiimlny ............ . 1:113 i. m Nn.2l llnllr.iluo ...112l p. m South Round No. 2.1 Dully, ilun. No. II " except Similar.. No. SI Dully, ilue. . flits p. m. ... . n:ia.m, . n:lR. m fitroot car leavri Hotel .lone twenty i"ln ute licfnru tlio nchodiilrd tlmo for trnln. Professional Cards, J. E. FAULKNER DENTIST OIHcob : Knox Street nvorHtnro of T. F. Faulkner Company PI-IOINE 121 Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith ATTOKNEY8 ft CoUNSKl.OHS AT barbourville, JCeniuctu. .J. M. ROBSTON LAWYHK Oi'fick: Over First National linnli Hariioukvii.ui. Ki SOL T. STEELE LAWiTEK Ollloe with Towers. Sampson una Smith UAitnounviiiM-: KY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST on wv.'.- Up Stnlm, In Il'nrkfi Building. BARBOURVILLE, KY., l'liiuii'P" Oilice, !). Hcsidence, !)(i. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYKH TKSTKIl KOlt (SI.AKSK8 At Hotel Jones 2nd and tth Monday of each inontli. BARBOURVILLE, KY- Church Directory ciJMiii...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 August 1912

ta i K j- I f" SPECIAL DAYS AT FAIR ANNOUNCED BY 8ECRETARY DENT CHAIRMAN FOR EACH ONE. Kentucky 8tate Fair, September 9-14, Hai Set Atlde Day for Va rious Interetta. While erery day during tho week of too State Fair, September 9-14, will be one on which the people of Ken tucky and the surrounding states will be given the glad hand by the man agement Secretary James L. Dent, la keoplng with past custom, has set apart each day and night as special ones on which residents of certain sections, members of various fraternal and secret societies and their friends can attend tho fair and feel more at home on account of bucIi association. Fred. W. Kelsker. an original State Fair booster, has been named as gen era! chairman of the Special Days aaj Nights Committee, and he has asso ciated with him as special chairman for each day and night well-known business and professional men, guar anteeing that those who attend the fair on any of the special days or nights us a compliment to the various o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 August 1912

-, i t T T r --? - "f ' ."-- WF.'A' v mm Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 51. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, AUG.. 30, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 29 ' -aww-rg lie tf ' Hmmfirtt. ran H V STATE UNIVERSITY TO OPEN SEPT. 9 Several New Instructors Added and Pacullles are Better for Education There Than Ever Before FIFTEEN HINDERED STUDENTS EXPECTED State University will open its doors Momhiy, September 9, for its forty-secpnd nnnunl session stronger in every department nml with better facilities for education than ever before. The great nil vance in attendance lost year over and previous year nnd the expect ed increase for the coming session has created a demand lor n, num ber of new instructors in the rati ons departments. Last year the to tal number ot students registered was 1,202, and from nil present in dications the number will easily reach 1,500 for the coming sessions. The Hnglish department, under Dr. A. S. Mackenzie, lias been strengthened ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 August 1912

.tfiTW fcfcfe,. x;" sv I : MOUNTAIN PUHMS1IKD KVKHY FRIDAY AT HAllUOUKVILLU,KKNTUUkY C'llAB. D. COLK . Editor Hntrrml m Heoond-Ulni Mntter February In, lnoi at tho IVMtomco at Itnrlmurvlllfl. Ky., under Act of Oonre of March S, WW. One Dollar i'or Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parlv In Knox County. Harbourvillo has a Civic League. If you are not already acquainted with this fact the chances are that you will learn of it soon, if not directly you will indirectly. This week they are having something done that has been needed in this city for some time. Time and again no tices have been sent out warn ing the people to cut their weeds but heretofore these attempts hive nrovaii futile a a whole, ami a tew citizens have complied With these notices but the large nnmher have not. Now the sit uation has become serious. Each member of the Cicic League has been assigned a certain territory to have put in a more respect able condition, and they are doing it. Where is the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 August 1912

w risanj Miimwi""M . ll t i.ar,'- "7? i traryriwsy;- t .. " t , -w y - i ,"r ' , f ". i.: ' ' r-waw" ii" - "T" --.... rfvJW rrt i m7 1 . Ob IV , ti? iV 4r bVSr. l& it X. & 7f. Vimo Card 9orA SSound ,..Mmiv.ili -... lOiHn.m, No. IS " rX(Ctunliiy l!J. rn S.i.SlDnllr.iIur llfiM' m iScuA Siound No. SI Dully, ilim 3' !' " Nn. II " FXtpptMiintliir its4in.ni, Nil. 21 Dnlly, ilue n IB n. ni Hlnet oar Irmcii Hotel .lotion twenty uiln- Hih lmfi.re tlie srhiMlulnl time mr vrmn-. a Professional Cards, J E. FAULKNER DENTIST ' Olllct-H : Knox St root over stnr. of T. F. Faulkner Company 'PHONE 131 Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith ATTORNKY8 C0UNSKI.OK8 AT Stjarbourvilta, JfetHuccy. J. M. ROBS ION LAWYER. Officii: Over First National Until ttAKiiiiuMvir.i.r. K SOLT ST.KKT.,IC L.AWVUK Olllce with I'owem. Saiiii"ii "im Smith HAKHOlIItVILLE. KY. A. X. PARKEH DENTIST Otni'm-l'li Slain, In 1'niUi lllllhllm.'. BARBOURVILLE, KY.. Hioi!i""OHice, ' U. ItcsiiltMue. I'll. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 August 1912

k l.f f -' I t. ., ,. r j. wr '.A Cumberland Automobile Agency CI IAS. G. BLACK BARBOURVILLE W. R. BAIUSTER KENTUCKY BESSaOJ'iSXXXSi Improved Educational Conditions From an Investment Standpoint By JOHN B. M'FERRAN. Chairman Educational Committee. Louiivlllc Commercial Club STUDYING the educational situation in the state, I am more and more impressed -with the absolute necessity for a radical change in our viewpoint concerning the subject. Wo have been viewing tho schools rather as a necessary evil, an ex pense to be kept at the minimum of cost. Tho logical result has been largely attained cheap houses, cheap grounds, cheap equipment and in too many cases cheap teachers, cheap'trustees, cheap county boards and cheap county superintendents. In fact, so long has this policy prevailed that wo havo dwarfed everything pertaining to our schools, even our educators, and most of all ourselves, the average citizens. Tho whole outfit is a cheap and in adequate thing for tho twentieth century....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 September 1912

7 " f 7 v tlonnlain v V Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 52. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPT., 27, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 33 vmgffm ttt Ammftfr V s i Is- V t ' REDUCTION TO BE MADE IN INSURANCE Action of Rating Commis sion Means Saving of $1,500,000 to Poli cy Holders A big cut in fire insurance rates now being applied by the insurance companies to all classes of property, real and personel, in Kentucky, will shortly be made by the new State Rating Commission. It was stated that the reduction in I lie tariffs on dwellings and content" will be, about 25 per cent less than the present charge, making an an nual saving of approximately $1, 500,000 a year for the the polie holders. It is understood that the Rating Commission has not jet prepared its schedules on mercantile business, which is n larger item in insurance than dwellings. In the past week members of the State Rating Commission hac held several private conferences with representati...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 September 1912

tpi wm.hupwpip . . . . r . . . " " 1MM . , ? - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Wt ! Efr PUBM81IKD KV1CHY FHI1UT AT BARBOUUVILLE.KENTUOKY Ohas. D. Oolk Editor Kntcrttl iu HoconJ-OlmJ Matter February 1, Iimi lit ths rostofflco At llnrtmurvllU, Kjr.. under Act of Oomrretn tit March 3, 1V79. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. NUMBER 52 With this is8uo we complete ono year at the holm of the Mountain Advocate as editor and publisher. When we assum ed chargo the first day of Octo ber 1011 we were looked on by some as an experiment, but now we believe that we are gen erally accepted as a fixture, and next week we will begin Volume II, No. 1, and we cannot ask for more than a continuance of the mauy courtesies and liberal patronage extended to us during the past year. We were practi cally inexperienced when wo took charge one year ago and we have learned many things during this time about printing and journalism that wo did not know then, and we ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 September 1912

I ' ' "J .' ! ii ' ' ' " i ! , ifr I'd l iii H ' t Bfl 'V 'V i j es 93 1 4 Z?. c . t57ff iva-rd JJrM .JftiiW No, 22 mtly.iluo lOiUn.m. No. 13 " except 8in(lny. l:KSp. m No.siJ Itolly.iluo IliStp. m South Round No. SI Dally, duo No. II " except Sunday.... No. 21 Dally, duo n,4Hp. m, ... n.Wn. in, n:(Sn. m Slrcot car leaves Hotel Jones twenty min ute! before tho iicheiliileil tlmo for trains. Professional Cards. J. E. FAULKNER TOENTI T Offices : Knox Street ovor store of T. F. Faulknerfe Company PI-IONTS 121 Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith Attornuys & Counselors at SHarbourvi'lft, JKantueAy. J. M. ROBSION LAWYER. Offick: Over First Nntionnl UnnV Bakuoukvillb, Kt SOTLT- STET5LTC LAWYER Ofllcowith Towers, Sampson mm Smith JJAUHOUnVILLE. - - - KY. A. 1- PARKER DENTIST Opkiok: Up Stairs, in Piwkor building. BARBOURVILLE, KY., rhoncB" Office, 30. Residence, 90. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYKH 1ERTKH FOIt WjAHHUH At Hotel Jones 2nd and 'ltli Monday of each month....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 September 1912

4 y I rut rfc ifftih Btini-rr HUllllMII tV v I i if Religious Conversation By Rev. Howard W. Pope Stpanatoviait l Mm, Moodr Dili InMiti TEXT 6nly lot your conrUon be u tocomtth the Oopl of Christ. Phil 117. Talking Is ono or the thing that many people do not consider them- boIvcs responsible for it costs bo little, and Is so common, that the world does not ap preciate Its value. But If our Savior's words bo true, that for "every Idle ward that men shall speak, they shall give account In tho day of Judg ment," talking li pretty serious bus iness It la said of Samuel that "The Lord let none of his words fall to the ground " In oth er words, none of them were lost. hut all found their way to their proper j destination, did their appointed work and returned laden with blessing to the God who gave them. In the Saviour's prayer recorded In John 17, He says, "Father I have fin ishei the work which Thou gavest Me to do " Finished! Not a word left unsaid, not a deed undone, of all that was g...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 October 1912

r Hi J . ' amntaitt hUui fT m w j ' i i '.VJ :j - . 3 Official Organ of tne Republican Party in Knox County. r)p New Scries: Vol. 2. No. I. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCT., 4. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 34 '" Wbt J: 7C- m Br ' K BBS 'fir At AUTOMOBILE TOUR Party From This Gty Made ilripttb Corbin Last Sun day Returning at Various Times Monday Fol lowing' Desiring to take advantage of one more day of the few remaining weeks of pleasant weather and wishing to test the automobile as to whether or not 't could he put to a practical Use hv.Knox County a party consisting of twenty per sons in four machines left Barbour ville last Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock on a trip to Corbin via Wilton andt returning via Grays. .; In the first machine, a Ford, were ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDonald, W. C, T.ockliart and daughter Miss ,Lutie, and in the next car, a K-R-I-T, were Chas. G. Black, Clias. D. Cole, Lyman Benjamin and Charles, Wilson; following them came the big Locomobile owned by . P. Catron in ...

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

5i' Why Wail? - Lcf II Comet -. wi I I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rUllUSHKD KVKRY rRlDAT AT BARBOURVILLK.KENTUOK.Y Chas. D. Oolk Editor Kiitered ns Hoeond-Olitss Mutter February It, 1904 t tha ruiitofflca at IUrtMiurTlll, Ky under Act of Congrmi of March , 107. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or lite Republican Parlv In Knox County, PROGRESSIVES WEAK A good idea as tlio desperate straights which the Progressives are in to find candidates to put out against the regular Republi can nominees was evidenced last week when John D. White was nominated by them for Judge of the Court of Appeals to make the race against Judge Andrew J. Kirk of Paintsville. Only two martyrs could be found who would do the Abraham and Isaac act, John D. White and Theo 13. BlaUey, and of the two evils, well, we can't blame them much for choosing White. This only proves our contention all along, that the Progressive party in Kentucky is only a Democratic Aid Society. No one concedes White an outside ...

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

m "?l 3 I e i r 'A. I-vl ;n . '' r Et IK jC, dc 7f, Vimo Card JJferM .JPtfiiW Joi M Dully, due. . lOjl a. m. No.12 " except Sunday. l!5Sn.m No.21 Ially,Muo.. 1I:S I', m South ZTiound No. 21 nlljr. lno No. II " except Sunday, No. 21 Dallr, due , .1:4 p. in, l:4i a. in, .l.lfia. m Btreet car lrnvca Hotel Jones twenty mln utea lioforo the nchciliileil time for trains. Professional Cards. J. E. FAULKNER DENTI 0 dices : Knnx Street over Htnro of T. F. Faulkner & Company l?IION"TC 121 Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith Attoknkys & Counski.ows AT SJarbourvllte, Kentucky. J. M. ROBSTON LAWYKR. Office: Over First National Ban! lUKiioKKViLi.n, Kt SOIL T1- STEEL LAWrBK OIIlcewitli Powers, Sampson unci Smith BARlJOUnVILI-K. - - - KY. A. L. PARKER DENTIST Opkiuk: TJp Stairs, in Parker Building BARBOURVILLE, KY., Phones" Office, 30. Residence, 90. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYKS 1KWTKH rOKOr.ASHKM At Hotel Jones 2nd and 4th Monday of euch month. BARBOURVILLE, kY. Chur...

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

Hmwfti (VYr T' i ' ;ITO V t fJ IV " - '""Ml S ' 1 ' ' T . " ' 4 1 KV ' '- MM T . Tlfr - A -M- L INDUS R!Pareii AND MEC HANDLE BRICKS WITH PALLET Qtneral Appearance of Implement It That of Baggage Truck Invented by Kanaaa Man. A pallet designed for a different war to handle bricks than has been In vogue In the paat has been patented by a Kanaaa man. The general appear ance of the affair It that of a bag tage truck, but the metal edge that runs across tho lower end Is so con tructed that a row of bricks can be arranged on It In a tilled line, resting on their edges and end to end. The Btack of bricks then can ho piled up on top of these, but at right angles to them, the bottom row supporting the whole Pallet for Bricks. itack. By moving the whole stack bodily the bottom layer of bricks la turned over so that they rest on their Sat sides and support the rest In that way, at the same time projecting far enough outside to hold another row. Filed up In this fashion, the bricks :an be trun...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 October 1912

If i ; . , ttmftfc H . Official OrgaiVdf the Republican Party, in Knox County: .. r New Series: Vol. 2. No. 2. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCT., il, 1912 Vol. IX. No. '35 i. 0be Tlonnfai Vs ft 2 '1 :- i4-- J.r Rv e t Powers Opponent Has Lost His Head Mr. H. U. Seavy, tlio Bull Moose or Progressive candidate for congress, need this language in a speech at Williamsburg the other day: " "Caleb Powors has recently emercrod from Drison and is now urging the voters of the district to sbaro with him the odium of the past. Electing a man to Con gress does not make a man guilt less of a foul crime." Shame on you, II. II. Seavy, for uttering and re iterating tho Goebolite lies of the past. If you hope to capture 'Qoebelito votes by reiterating Goobolitn lies you will fall far short of the mark. Caleb Powers' Democrat ic opponent, Ben V. Smith, years ago took the position that Powers was a guilty assassin and that tho Kepublican party was a well-wisher to the dastardly deed and that it too...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 October 1912

fJPPP' Wipfp wfipjw v J . ... r THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE PUnLISHKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT BAHBOUUVILLE.KKNTUOKY Oil AS. D. Colk . Editor Jjl, Entered ni Hecond-Cuut Matter February , IWM nl Ine iTMlomce nt imruuurTiuw. Ky., under Aot of Oongren ot March 3, Wit. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County COMMISSIONER'S SALE KNOX CIRCUIT COURT Allio Rice, plttT. V8. Gertrude Rico, etc., and John S. Cftlobs, ndma, of 11. A. Rice deceased, deft. Under n jiulgomont of tlio Knox Circuit Court rendered at Its Sept., term 1912, In the above styled cnxo tho underslRiied Master Commis sioner will on Monday October, 'JS 1012, It being county court day fur Knox county, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. lit the enst door of the court house In Itarbourvlllc, Ky., sell on a cred it of six months, the following two tracts of land. And the purchaser will be required to clve bond with approved security bearing Interest from date of sale and ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 October 1912

. & )ii9lifta9?9999'l'a9 99u COMMISSIONER'S SALE xzi . dc 7f. Uime Card A v &i f"j M fit ? . jiar tfl,v 7ortA SSound Ko.tl Dally, duo .. -..... No. 1! " oxcrpl Sunday ......... No. St Dally, due...:, ...... South ZSounct . mill a.m. ,. l:IUi.m ..11.2 p. m No. SI Dally, due Vi. II " except Humlar.. Vo. 51 Dally, Oue. ... . 3 IS p, in. lUi a, in, 3 45 a. in Street car leaves Hotel Jonoa twenty mln utea Mora the acliediilecl time for train. Professional Cards. J, E. FAULKNER DE2STTT (Jflires : Knox Street over stnro of T.F. Faulkner Company 1PKC03ST3S 121 Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith Attorneys a Counsulous at SJarbourviU: JtfrntueAy. J. M. ROBSTON LAWYER. Over First National Hani Haruourvillh, Ky Offick: SOL HP- STE1CUS , LAWiTEK Office' with Powers, Sampson nnu Smith IJAKUOURVILIYE. - - KY. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS ' EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYK8 TKSTKtl TOR OI.ASHIIS At Hotel Jones 2nd and 1th Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, kY. Church IDireciory OUMHKHI.ANnUIVKIl BAP...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 October 1912

3T.VTC I j i i t I ' . W" ' Safety, Liberty and Sustenance By Rev. Parley E. Zattnwnn, D. D. SkMvtI Ellnaion DoMteml d MeoJr aU Uflfat Qao TEXT-I am tha door: by ma if anr miui enter In h shall b aaYwl, and abatl tro tn and out. and And juiatura. John 10:1. The beauty and susgostlreness of thli entire chapter are hard to de- cr.be. They have been the charm and cheer ot thousands of taints and hare been the call to many a sinner to forsake his wars and find In Christ the three great blessings promised In the text. The most precious part of the chapter Is the picture which It gives us of Jesus ns the Shepherd This -work of Jeeus Is set forth In three aspects In the Scriptures. In John 10:11 he .speaks of hlmsolf as the "good" Shep-1 nera who girotrr nta lire ror me sheep; and therefore he can be the door for toe ebeep. This answers to Psalm 23. In Hebrews 13:20 we read of him as the "great' Shepherd brought again from the dead, setting forth his work In coring' for and per fecting 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. — 18 October 1912

x VJi omutttt Official OrRn of the Republican Party in Knox County. , -r -,-.-- rr- -: 4 "" BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCT., 19, 1912 ti' New Series: Vol. 2. No. 3. Vol. IX. No. 36 j Ls $tf : An Open Letter from the Knox County Republican Campaign Committee to the Voters of this County Barbourvillc, Ky.,, Oct. 14th, 1912. .-' MR. VOTIiR: .-,. ' Please read nil of this letter ns well as the inclosure, and examine the list of names on the margin ol these pages, who make up the campaign committee of Knox County. We are making a winning fight for the Log Cabin . This is the strongest and most enthusiastic, campaign committee that ever led a fight for the log cabin in Knox County. We want your help. We want to talk to you briefly, why you should not desert the Log Cabin this year, but give it your earnest support. Each and every member of this Republican campaign committee, concedes your rights to vote as you wish. This letter is not intended to criticise or abuse you if you differ ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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