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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 October 1912

1 P Ml H ' -T Fir' T'te- - iV H Ii '" !, vi & H vj - - SsflL MfcvJ ' kkkkH nHttv avjihi nr bk WKS!i fl THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUHUHIIKD KVKhY KRIDAT AT BARBOURVILLE,KBNTUCKY Okas. D. Cole Kditoh Entered m Hecond-OlnM Mnttor February 1(1, 1WI lit tlia roitofflce nt IUrbourvllle. Ky., under Act of Congress o( March 3, HT. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oraan of I he Republican Party In Knox County. COMMISSIONER'S SALE KNOX CIRCUIT COURT Altlo Rico, pltll. vs. Gertrude Rico, otc, nnd John S. Cnlebs, adms, of H. A. Rice - doceasud, dofts. Under a judgement of tho Knox Circuit Court rendered nt its Sept., term 1912, In the above styled case tho undersigned Master Commis sioner Will on Monday Octobor, 28 19f2, It being county oourt day for Knox county, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. nnd 3 o'clock P. M. at the east door of the court house In Harbourvlllc, Ky., soil on a cred it of six months, tho following two tracts of lnnd. And the purchaser will be required to giv...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 October 1912

t -s fo, . m . ' JW9Wi' . US. dc 7. Oimo Card f Worth flound Vo.a Dully, duo 10:11 a.m. No. 12 " except Sunday . lifts p. m ,Vo.! nallr.ilun list t. m South S&ountt N'ii. 21 Oally. due a 4H p. m. So. II " exoeptHunday a42ii.ni. Vu. l Dally, due ... IMAa ni Htrcot car Irate Hotel Join' twenty min utes before tlio aelieiluletl llmo for train. Profasstonai Cards. J, E. FAULKNER DKISTTI UlHeos : Knox Street over store of T. F. Faulkner & Company TI-I03STK121 Bartoourville, Ky. SUITS & OVERCOATS LADIES' and MEN'S Powers & Smith ATTOKNKYS ft CoUNSKI.OKS AT ftarbourvill: JCentueky. During the past week we received a large ship ment of Fall and Winter Clothing of all kinds. $ I his included a full and complete line Ladies' w cloaks, all latest styles and patterns, which are now on display at our store. $ J Also included in this shipment were men's jjj suits and overcoats of best quality and at prices $ unequalled. $ We wish to call special attention to these as we are making...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 October 1912

' P.WWIMr , v' f t W;rrv' 87 tT ft RM COMBINED ROOSTS AND NESTS Arranged With Partloular Idea of Pleating Hen Easily Removed When Cleaning li Desired. (Br toTIlON C. SAFFOUD, In the Farm and Fireside.) I think I bare studied out and mndo a perfect combined nesting and roost lng box. The nesting-boxes arc of easy acctitf, and at the snmo tlmo so secret as to please th hens, and make them Viry securo from tho hens learn Ins that pernicious habit, so often learned In the winter, of eating their eggs. Tho roosts aro In a position to allow all possible access of fresh air without draft, and at the enmo time al low protection from a severe cold night. The third Important advantage Ilea In the fact that It Is mado bo much ,! secttons as to be moved ylth ease. gKvery part la perfectly accessible, so as to bo easily oiled or whitewashed, -to prevent and remove dlseaso or lice. f-The foundation Is a bench (A) IS Inch es high, which allows the hens to use the floor space underneath, so that Is...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 October 1912

' 4 h-' mntaitt Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 3. No. 4. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCT., 25, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 37 11 lv Bmuiftb. mt r S.'V5T ' .Vjl REPUBLICAN SPEAKINGS Series of Educational Speech es being Delivered all over ' the County and Large Crowds are Attracted. The following nre a few ol the letters from citizens and voters of the county living where Republican speakings have been held showing how the people nre interested nnd how they nre turning out in large numbers wh erever Republican spenkings are billed. One of these speakings was held at Callahan Schoolhoune Inst Friday night and although there was little done in the way of advertising it nnd de spite the fact that the wentber was very d:sngreeable, yet theie was a large crowd out. The following letter received this week from si prominent citizen at that place gives the fncts. Oct. 21st, 1912. Editor Mountain Advocate, Harbourville, Ky. Dear Friend: We had a speaking up ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 October 1912

Wr"MrW wlmpHI k"t T1P" 'Tf'iV? "Wi X THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVKKY. FRIDAY AT BAUBOURVILLE.KENTUOKY Cmas. D. Colic Editor Kntared m Heeond-Clam Mnttnr Febmnrr It, ID04 nt the rostofllce nt ltnrbourvllle. Kj., under Act of Congress of Mnrch 3, 1CT. One Dollar Por Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parlvln Knox County. COMMISSIONER'S SALE KNOX CIRCUIT COURT Aliie Rice, pit IT. vs. Gertrude Rice, etc., and John S. Calebs, ndins, of R. A. Rice deceased, defts Under a Judgement of the Knox Circuit Court rendered nt its Sept., term 1012, in tho above styled case the undersigned Master Commis sioner will on Monday October, 28 1912, it being- county court day for Knox county, between tlio hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. at the east door of the court homo in ISarbourvillc, Ky., sell on a cred it of six months, the following two tracts of land. And the purchaser will be required to j;lvo 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. — 25 October 1912

B-. j; . , 3 t I TK77 - rrT-m 7 77V77I77T7770 07T7 777I7 IVII7r77317C9 VlVr-SIS -7MJ1 I . I HI IVI I . .M 1 I IU T n "! M l n SkaT A lu 111111 I f Uilllll II llflMtBrVtll 1 f ; H fcl 4 :W fnuvMUCP,8"n1,,ir ib-iTm X weniuiounco from week to week our arrival of now goods. $ Ily order of the Knox Ulrcllt Court fmfmTh Zirft W JJ I F vo.smiir.iuc m-ip-mr , . Ar.rin.mn. 11112. in A rrrrrfn ... VG .. "Vn I ,M - i ' y i ii i nil 111 1 ii v ii r j t -wm jf 1 I I I lllllllllf l 1 1 Ui M ,r m A ' & WMF . i . i ui . i . ila smr Ej.k7Afcwi3iJ! Ki . kK r I ( V .. cf 7f, Zjmo Card 1 NEW GOODS THIS WEEK 7jorth tfound fn.M Dally, due.. No. 12 " except Sunday . Vo.!IIlly,Muo. 10tl4ii.ni. ItMp. ra ..ll:St. m South SSound No. SI Dally. lnc .... No. 11 " except Sunday... No. 21 Dally, due 3.IH I', in, fclin.m, .145 n. m Street car leases Hotel Jones twenty min utes before the scheduled tlmo fur trains. SProassona Cards. J. E. FAULKNER DENTI Offices : Knox Street overHtore of T. F. Faulkner Company I...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 October 1912

'1 j y -. a c HOW THREE WOMEN ENJOYEDJTHE MUSIC Three plump women, ranging in wlht from 160 to 200 pounds, fllo In and, after much creaking of silk gbwnt and groaning of chain, are seat ed the concert Is about to begin.) First Plump Woman (breathlessly) ' "This It going to be a perfectly ?" graad concert I'm so glad we de cided to come this afternoon, though I was awfully afraid Mrs. Demlng wouldn't send my gown home. It did come, though, Just In ttmo for me to dress. Itow do you like It?" Second Plump Woman "It's perfect ly lorely. But then you nlwajs look exactly right So well groomed, don't ' you know, and all that Doesn't she, Mrs. Tllden ?M Mrs. Tllden "It's the dearest thing I erer saw. You certainly have tho best taste In dress, Mrs. Snowdon. Every time I see Mrs. Snowdon, Mrs. Thompklns, I say to myself: 'If I only had such taste as she has!' " Mrs. Snowdon "How nice you two are! Of course, I know you're Just saying It to make me happy, but then It's Just as dear of you as I...

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

'TWjr y ? illonnlain f4 v - ::i r-. v Official Orcan of the Republican Party in ttnox County) ajjrfe t NeW Merles:1 f are. rsr 1912 IPL'' -Cfisr Vol. 2. Nn. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, NOV. i, -t Vol. IX. No. 38J 5. 'laaaaaaw ,- i - b 4 'Al! ft !1" THINK IT OVER Either Mr. Taft or Mr! Wilson Will be Elected President f Kai m n i&"a.t I Occupation HL' I Bricklayers' SU-i&t '20-77 I V Bm 1'lasterera ,! 3 - 21.M I ' Pfc' .UhortH ...... 3 "1247 I itlfilS Don't you seo what a great bjg hunch, the V'td Anion- tltefe'' J5 ' can workman Ima over the frectailc KhrIIiIi wage ewir? I wmSms.. mmmmm -73 1 r"7 " warn WmA'mf '.&& . fltawiiJs, I ' Tha" Mean Man " 4-. Forlhe 8malH9reh. KwM' dvNt.i 'liV rifc vBtl meivnto ay Uint ou flirt Aeful form of Hie chaUe lounm. ,. ".J ' 9PK2 r I i iU your Avlfo all t!n,ylnt otiibwh. tqcIIdId cba(r of dicker. U Mtfh ' .' so HpTM VkMVtteht Hut ihe wtyo dwwHi mtddla o4to chain marts mad R?&,v - JW' I LSSiK-how ih I to Vaow K5-tawuw-on wlha...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 November 1912

X XU3SZ THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE h t, r.t I FUill.ISIIKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT BAUBOUUVILLK,KfiNTUCK CAfl. D. COLK Editor Kntered as Hecoml-Olft" Matter February It, I0O4 nt the Postomoe at llnrbourvllle, tf under ActotOongreMot March 3, lsT One Dollar Per Year in Advance i i - The oriicial Organ or the Republican Parlvln Knox County. ROOSEVELTISM "Who are the leaders of the Rooevclt movement? Show me a man who applied to Tnlt for nu office nnd did not get it nnd I will show you n Roosevelt mnn. Show tre n mnn that was in office nnd wiii turned out, and in ninetv nine enses out of n hundred I will linw I j on n Roosevelt mnn. Show me n' mnn who fondly imngines that he i n statesman, whose ability hits ' been overlooked nnd he is compiled to hide his light under a bushel, nnd I will show you a Roosevelt mnn. Show me a man who believes in wild nnd nnnrchistic idens, nnd I will show you a Roosevelt mnn. Show me a man who desires to de strov our representative form of "uvernment erected through ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 November 1912

is. -liil" -r Union the Victor k &. t , '4 UlSk LfMtLl IpMBBBm X. & 71. Uimo Card 9orA fiound Ho. 23 t)lly,lue No. IS " except Sunday . Ko.M nslljr.Muo .. South SSound ,10:14 a.m. l:f2p. tu Ht2l p. in No. SI l)lljr. duo . .- No. 11 " except Bunday .. jus p. m. ... !:4Jn. m. :i:(5n. m o. 51 Pall r, Hue Btrest r leaves Hotel Joncm twenty mln utei before the scheduled tlmo for tralns- IProbssiona Cards. J. E. FAULKNER DEISTTI Offices : Knox Street, over storo of T. F. Faulkner Company PHOISTE 121 Barbourville, Ky Powers & Smith ATTORNKVS ft COUNSKI.ORS AT SJarbourvitie, JftrntucAy. ,T. M. ROBSION LAWYER. Office: Over First National Bank B ardour villi?, Kv SOL T- STEELE .DAWSTSK Ofllce'wlth Powers, Sampson unci Smith , BARBOURVILLE. - - - KY. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT EYES TKBTEII FOR GLASHKH At Hotel Jones 2nd and -It li Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, kY. Church directory CUMIIEULANDIUVEK BAPTIST CIIIMH'II Every Sunday In each montli. Morning Servi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 November 1912

n v . " M "- s . ,' i 'i. R H", r j ii BW? D v i i BIG REPUBLICAN MM RALLY AT the: "V . ( COURT HOUSE " vSf IB iUBIECID WraVH IL&IB MONDAY: NOV. 4th. 1912 This Will Be An All-Day Rally, Beginning at 10 oc!ock a. m. and Continuing Throughout the Entire Day V Hon Beginning' at lO O'clock F D Sampson Judge of the 34th Judicial District, Will Address the Voters AT 1 OCLOCK P. M. & Hon Win Le I-1 1 1 (,; fcy l t- I' Judge of the old 29th District, will speak upon Z. .' sjfy ' f ' T-Vfr i Also, a large number of other well known speakers will be present andaddi Ladies are Especially xJf l.v.a y W S 'r ." . M m 1 - 4 ' V , , Jti c JJlj- ,? f -1 t v.'W .-! r. 'LV "; i a-i WBi . tu V'f mm JUtTO f LLaV m

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 November 1912

nmB b--, ' , PMH1 r ' ' ammtotft f Minmlr l.f N ' Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. , ?w New Series: Vol. 2. No. 6. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, NOV. 8, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 39 F' phe JbABl l l -1 ' $& -8 1 y ft WJT. 5T i ' 1 t,' fc- " f ' I. - h J P V-'-. .Mi- 4n. IhW - T yl '' A f $& .' fW.y t 'l- t ' .. H JT3ri i&Vfi J. WILSON AND MARSHALL HAVE MAJORITY OF VOTES Democratic Landslide at Tuesday's Election , . , . . , "L, .. ... Governor Wilson Carried the Entire Solid South" Next House and Sentae Will Be Democratic Roosevelt and Johnson Appar ently in Second Place Taft Third. waafo&m&. YK mm&m& as; IBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSBI j : XJlll B 1.J"' (! tLTJ '. f i Ml I .lnTk ' C -m I I 1,. -u S V BV swwj?CMt J r-Jit .,: x , u : 39&-jbk& aw , 1 ZltmilaMiiaife Woodrow Wilson, of Princeton. N. J., of the United 8tates THE STORY IN A NUTSHELL Woodrow Wilton has been elected president of the United States. Next congress will be Demo cratic...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 November 1912

1 J H t .: I'i M. if' I, P ' f&. i', - i 3 ?,Vr l ! THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE published kvkky Friday it BAUBOURVILLE.KENTUOKY Okas. D. Colk Editor Kntered M Hecontl-Olnsi Matter Febninry In, 1W4 At th rostofflce nt ilftrbourTllle, Ky., under Act of Conirc of March .1, 179. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parlv In Knox County. To Consumptives Kcv. Edwnrd A. Wilson was cur ed by simple means of a severe throat nnd lung affection which de Teloped into consumption. If you will write to Mr. Clias. A. Abbott, 60 Ann StNew York City, he will send you (FREE OF CHARG12) Mr. Wilson's full description of his cure. It will cost you nothing nnd may prove a blessing. 5.2H2 Sheriff's Sale L. II. Jarvis vs. Robert I'arrott Uy virture of execution No. 31515 issuing Irom the Knox Circuit Court on the 28th day of September, 1912 I, S. H. Jones, sherift ol Knox County, will on Monday, Nov. 2o tb, the same being the first day ol Knox County Court, sell at public outcr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 November 1912

raiiiitBlfa m i i . . . . v : Maiiiiii)ai9i9. IB. V 'ffir pT in M r - H ft1 f j 5f. ZTVw Card tforth Round Ko.!w nDrniii6.- -.- No. 11 " except Sunday. .10sl4a.in. l.52p.ni -US P- n nam unuj,uuu t$W 53ound ,. No. 38 Dally, due . Ko.lt " exceptSunday . S.W p. m. ..: m. 3.t5a.rn. No. sil)any,ue, 1 . tfi.i t..... fwjintv mln BtrceicricTcimrei-u.." ...-..-, -utes before the scheduled time for train. -L ' J i '- Prifesstonal Cards, J. E. FAULKNER DBNTI Offices: Knox Street over store of T. F. Faulkner & Company PHONE 121 Barbourvillef Ky. Powers & Smith Attornbyb Counselors at x-7s7v7 Siarbourvitt: Jfrniueky. J. M. ROBSION LATTYEH. Office: Over First National Bant Ba.rdocrvii.le, Ky SOX, T- STBT5LE JL.ATv-XTSK Office with Towers, Sampson ana Smith IJARBOUBVILLE. - - - KY. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT EYK8 TKSTEIl K0U OI.ASSES At Hotel Jones 2nd and -Ith Monday of eacli month. BARBOURVIUE, kY. Church directory CUMIIEHLAND HlVF.lt BA1TI8T CHUHCH Every Sunday in eac...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 November 1912

jiaMHMHPPI'lIvlIIW appr :- - ', IHUI, j ' " 18Brv I' l ft i . L j M . D SPLAY TO COST MANY THOUSAND IftaVft! t CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT AND CONFERENCE AT LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER 21-30. TO BE HELD IN BIG ARMORY ,, For The Redemption of the Young of t the Present Generation and Future Generation Great Meeting Will be Held. ' The Kentucky Child Welfare Con ference and Exhibit, designed for the ultimate redemption of the children of Kentucky, even until the third and fourth generations and primarily de signed for the reclamation of these children of the present generation, will be held In the commodious First Regi ment Armory In Louisville, November i 21-3U. The exhibit proper will be .11 session ten days. The conference will be In session three days, November 25-26-27 and the conference will be held In the Warren Memorial Presby terian Church, corner Fourth and llroadway, one of the most convenient meeting places In Louisville That the child Is father to the man Is the belief of those back of...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 November 1912

gjnw" wfflpp "i1 wwinni?mv" --w "T" omikiin V- -v Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. . 7 BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOV. 15. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 40 fP JtitwMi. l. r wr- M- '3 IK r HORRIBLE ACCIDENT George Miller, of this City Burned Tunnel to at Death in Emanuel. George Miller, aged 20, was burned to death in the tunnel north of Emanuel last Sunday night at about 12 o'clock, and fireman Eph Kidner and engi neer Jennings wore dangerously injured. Miller was head brakoman on the crow and was riding in the engine and had been shoveling down coal for the fireman until they reached the tunnel when he climbed down to within front of tho lirobox where tho liremeii was shoveling in coal when a part of the boiler blew out and the full force of the explosion and escaping steam struck him and tho fireman. The engineer who was riding in the cab was not so badly burned and was able to assist in rescuing the in jured men who were taken to Cor bin on ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 November 1912

--c w rr , K THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVKKY VRIDAT AT BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Ohas. D. Ooi.k Editor Knterrd m Hecond-Olast Matter February U. 10O4 t the rostofflce lit llarbourTllle, Ky.. under Aot of Oonri of March S, H7. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Ofllclal Organ of the Republican Parly In Knox County. Judge Andrew J. Kirk was de feated by more than 2000 votes by Mr. 0. 0. Turner, of Jit. Sterling. No, not by Mr. Turn er, but by the Pn g-nssives who bolted the Republican nominee who obtained his nomination without any question of doubt. This makes the Court of Appeals solidly Democratic. The election was a big disap pointment to a certain class of voters here. Those who have been in the habit of standing around until late in the after noon until they "have seen some thing" are still waiting. The floater was overlooked this time and it is very doubtful if there was a single vote bought, and every voter who went to the polls exercised his right, of suf frage because he ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 November 1912

ex : '? w, W h i.-x t ff 4 1 sy j p- vf k t , - i- T fctr- hS r.f .f X. dc 9?. Vim Card JerVl SSouncf Mn. Dally, iue.. . 10:14 a.m. .. l:Kp. m ..USX p. ro No, 13 " oxocplBunday Vo.2tDRllr,due South SBountl No. S( Dully. liio .. No. II " except Bundsr No. 21 Dally, duo..- . 3:48 p. m. . 6:41 .m, 3:15 a. m Street orlenres Hotel Jones twenty mln utoi before the scheduled time (or train. Professional Cards, J, E. FAULKNER ' DENTIST OfficeB : Knox Street over storo of T. F. Faulkner & Company 3?H02TE 121 Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith Attorneys Counselors at SHarbourvW: JiientueAy. ,T. M. ROBSTON LAWYER. Office: Over Pirst National Banl Bardouryille, Kv SOLT. STEELE LAW5TEK Office, with Powers, Sampson una Smith BAItHOURVILLE. - - KY. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYES 1KRTEH FOIIOI.ABHK8 At Hotel Jones 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, kY. Church Direciory CnHIlEKLAND UlVElt BAPTIST ciiniicn Every Sunday In each month, MnrnlTiL- Service 10:44 a. m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 November 1912

ivt wr -wt; ,.?JU- i i'- 4- r I FFP Will have nfintncrnnha. unit (ihnrta showing how thoy are combining re ligious, physical nnd mental training. Schools. Boys nnd girls loam more quickly when education Is varied to meet their Individual needs nnd capacities. Ono 04 the largest exhibits will be that ot the Loulsvillo public schools, com posed of photographs, charts nnd class rooms, whero the parents may see tho children ncttvely engaged In kinder garten and primary and other grade work, as well as domestic science, drawing, music, mnmial training, nnd other modern school room activities. Photographs of schools In other ci ties, with charts giving facts as to cost, equipment and organization, will Indtonto some of the lines along which the Louisville schools hope to develop. A room will be devoted to an Kxhlblt of the Wider Use of the School Want, Including Social Centers, School Gar dens nnd Vacation Schools nnd Parent Teachers' Associations. The Kentucky School for tho Blind will m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 November 1912

onitfain lY -t M Official Organ of tHe Republican Party in Knox County. F BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOV. 22. 1912 New Series: Vol. 2. No. . 8 Vol. IX. No. 41 pte JImioftfc t EXTRA SESSHN OF CONGRESS President-elect Wilson to Make Early Call for April, 1913 NFW YORK, Nov. 1G. President elect Wilson on Friday issued the following statement: 'I shall call Congress together in extraordinary session not later than April 10. I shnH do this not only because I think that the pledges of the party ought to be redeemed as promptly as possible, but also be cause I know it to be in the inter est ol business that all uncertainty n n what the narticular items of tariff revisions arc to be should be remoyed as soon as possible." llcyond this brief announcement the Governor said he had nothing further to say. Most of the opin ions he had received from public men seemed to be in favor cf an ex tra session, he declared. The Governor did not intend to express himself about an extra scs sionsosoon...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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