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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

i5' tee iwill feted o at-rcus who do YYednes prayer (who have Ir meeting Kday night those fClintnn Ga- jics. At all Draver fhurch jutended last fand the ser- d spiritually icipate a large ,'.ek and during he autumn and ji volntt. All are fingers sojourning serially inyitcd to fi witn us in tnese '-r meetings. The iitor. ' fo be a self-evident ischool is doing its trains not its pup- for composition, and lf.n the way of pub- and reading. These bmets are to be met (of the school, and in Entering higher cour- erne than our public it is unjust to make id, and neglect the 'until the eleventh and is all right but of early training lutely wrong. It the lowest grade Miild to express ",e a description i continued andmostthori oughout t the "d Jo ffluch . 11 y V J it wf Ves- im, Mthtr ffgeop- M Free In the ligation Lock a Mis ware lis is said lezamin- Ji - it of any K i o Dnitsd J f i .to Sudie M I jila Trout- - lnm f arlaaa, l " 'Ti i .. ' Is fcTiHEBMJOUNi'J 2ffW,( WlfPI'WUSBBJr, me Altar R-...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

H HiHQIIfflPaB J9HHHHHnMHr$ "'HHHIHRSiPBHHi - ---. mn'' ' tT-KjTr-trMC ' w . .t- w jwb sSl jSllBtilfflMf Js THE MOUNTWAWOCATE JkP.l TJ 71 RISKS ON FILE 'INSURANCE COMPANIE8 MUST KEEP INDIVIDUAL nl8K8 ON FILE. implicates- Mutt Do Filed With the " State Ratlna Board For Reference Board Adepts Basic Rates. -r . :.,. Western Newipapor' Union News Service. Frankfort Flro Insurnnco compn- hlos In Kentucky must keep on fllo thn L' raaKG-up 01 an muiviauui rates m 'rfalrfl wrltfAfi In ttiA ntfltn linrftnffnr agrr 'Xiud fllo duplicates In (ho office of tho jaiuia ruling uuuru. me uuuru nuupis ijfislo ratca, which aro varied by tho .companies writing tho risks, according to tho character of tho building con struction and tho special hazards and exposures. So many complaints of In creased premiums havo como In slnco tho basic rates were reduced on dwell- '0i0 ing property thnt tho board has pro jjfciXrlaulgated this new rule, so that It will SfSJ bnvo on fllo data concerning ovory risk .Vs.1 w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

MfijK J. t. . t IiPiirlwlMSBB BaWBwIWiWBBBBHHBBBWBilBHHBBBBBBBBIBBwWiBBinBrWfSWB "wtri M&m&wfmS bHHUbbE BH V ' -TT"HW MJTTWIiyF' "" tfWITAlH ADVOCATE IDllU8?rRbfKVKK rftlDVT VT IRBTriTuV,Il.l.K,UKNTl!OK if Hoing to have some'fun. In the! (lily Election. Got iiimtf mix up shnr's yer Wii got all kinds timl creeds running. KurroK 5cmnlAlHM MnH'r Mlmmfv ffKeulVHtnrlte nt HsrlnwrTllH" r(5l or ftmltv til Man h Ufa Dollar Per "ar in Advance rtlclal Orqan or the ncpunllr.in Parlvlo Knox County: HEUpublican Ticket 3S. 0 Well, evry one believes that .UK. Oat ron is a modest man and would not do anything that U radii, or destroy any property, but you will lind out different; mark my word, he will not be long about it either. I'll tell you what lit is about to do, but don't say anything about it until we see, , Unit my honest opinion is that he will by the 4th, of November Ureal; a "Sasser." For Itopieseiitnue .J. C. LAY. ." For County Judge i THUS. H. HAMMOND . For County Clerk READ P....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

Pr " k - f'r. USB '' .liBMOUNTAIN ADVOCATE .Lmim Km hbva a ft TARIFF CHANGES OF INTEREST TO Wuw, V SJF J' M Washington Following nro tha changes made by tho nVt Pblll In the rateg charged for -imports of household necessities rrKni mvr. r Sugar ............. ..48.5 per cent. T a . . - Cmmm .ICorJso f.. Free. Bait ....... i..... ..... 1 Bound 7 cents. VBread 25 per cent. ,.MIIk Gallon, 2 eente. WCrtam ' s cent. "eVqi Dozen. B cants. gutter Pound, 6 cents. XtOatmeal Pound, 1 cent ".Flour Barrel. 45 eanta. jt'Cheese Poind, 6 eente. Wool yarns 79.70 per cent. a vnrooi oisnKeu 72.90 per cent. f Wool underwear ......93.90 per .cent. VA--I .l.tkl.. -rn -..- . "vwi wiu.iimy .,. rt, per cant. tWool .dress goods for ., women and children. 89.7 percent. Cotton clothing CO per oent. Cotton table damask.. 40 per cent. Cotton collars and 1 .' cuffs 64 per cent E Cotton etocklngs 76 per cent. L, Cotton underwear 60 per cent n "Trimmed hats 60 per cent 9, Brooms 40 per cent. rf.4ll clothe 44 per ce...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

n t W Si oU-trte Panama Cam .gggSHU "V vV r- " , w". 7JBW,3fcV'T yflf i . .. - . L " -j M-, ,. -.,... "" in L'. K'OMurcA directory ABBSBBBBBBnllVttff. I. l.j V1 llll'PK ii . u-rt.aTt iililMinn tB. fi r. Suii'liv in earli mom jlnrWg ervte ... ... , ENVrWili,.f, we" . .. ilJKi mKr ftu y ST., . W:4a.ni. IV. I... -...! -ulil. ir.ti il.nJi I JJf-f .-' JVunJETf THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . . .L, - -. ,fu m. A The Swadcli'.ing clothes CTT V N I? ViLf A I P A I al &1MJ T -l-VAV kJJLyi UUAiU. iTiC.I... I.I. . IT- I..... ..I... l ll.-. It lit If -,' I tllMt'Ml I IIC HI"! mm III il I Itll't lb. y' I nm (.mini wn tlint which lelcttttctl . 1-liiHs. m. MipiMl till llrCI HONEST. SIMON PURE. DURABLE. ajSMBMSBSjaBSsSBSsSSBSjsaBBSMBBSBSBSSM and Woman Wounded i tm p. 10 , .i a. in. JLt.ii p. in. Pastor, xcrti'i. tn mini cvh mniith. . " . in4a.ni. Tsi . m. W)i . ui lillrwl.n Ti!H'. in. ml. MnixUn. .imp. w. I. It. n I! il.V. IMtnr. rHHUTtAN fill liill slthVll'l's Morning 9trlre ... ...IKim.m lK-nln(r . ....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

. I' ;.--,. PIf mtittftUt itutnittr. CIRCULATION' I'.ill V Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County. ; '- BARBOURVII.LE, KHNTUCKY.FRIDaY, October 10, 1913 Series: Vol. 3. No. 2. Old Scries: Vol. 8 No. 34 E,?l . " C rtTSSWSMBMWBrnrw: ' 'l fSw HI wr :5.r r' t&MM&VUM CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00 SURPLUS FUND $25,000.00 Assets More Than $250,000.00 SAFETY IS THE FEATURE OF THE FIJRST NATIONAL HANK It is a U. S. Depository. It is the "Honor Roll" National Bank of Southeastern Kentucky. 3 Interest on Time Deposits FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY. Dr. Victor Vantk Anderson. rnioiUAN NAMED FOR e'iCJOURT WORK A'm-. m . Lrr v . . . jk New Ideas Applied In Pro bation Work or Boston. M Jinked; Slnfefyojiut. Into practice u8jdead'f' Professor, Hugo Muns- I'vttfntr'fil' '(( Harvard,' flint criminals (i' should be treated as individuals amlnof merely as members of one great lnw-breul.mg body. Judge Itnlster yesterday appointed Dr. lict'or Vance Anderson, an instruc tor ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

jaaJiLBMLBiBaa. --t -kfflHKt Wi. . r - u.;::, mi Muunimn wwuv l w$L VBraTaaTI J I Wf w piQSp I 'HENRY SPENCER'S CONFESSION DISCREDITED SAYS HE SLEW DANCER AND OTHERS. MADE $7,000 THIS YEAR i Fiend Arretted In Chicago at He Wat Plotting to Kill Landlady Enticed Mrs. Mildred Rexroat to Wayne, 1 III, and Shot Her. Chicago, Oct. 8. Tho wildly sensa tional atory told tho police In a con fession on Sunday hy Henry Spencer, tho latest suspect held In connection with the murdor of Mrs. Mildred AM-aon-Rexront, telling how he had com mitted upward of twenty murders, tumbled Monday like a houso of cards. Dispatches poured Into Chicago from the scenes of his alleged crimes stating In some cases that no such crimes had been committed and In others that Spencer's complicity In them was Impossible. The hoax lm posed upon the police seems to have no more foundation of fact than the weirdest dreams of an opium fiend, which Spencer confesses he Is. Henry Spencer, Mildred Allison-Rex-roth's Blayer who...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

.jH , v JHBpnpp?., ipn. is.5Tc'37".r'-, ,UNTAW ADVOCATE "t iS t w, I Y ' V t'. V i- ;1, ICSWIN ilANTS BY ,U(JRE OF 6 TO 4 Championship Game Is ;wgccJ at the Polo Grounds, New York. 7 MANY THOUSANDS PRESENT Crowd Stand at Qatea All Day Walt- ing Chanea to Enter Enclosure V i 'New York Makeo Flrat Score " In the Third Inning. '"'jk-'Polo Oround, N. Y., Oct. 8. Ono of , the hardest fought games of any Be- kvtoa .-naii1to.t tiavA In flirt dttfuat nt tfin V'.: ft Wow -York Giants by n score of G to 4. ' Tho Qlants won first blood In third Inning, but went rapidly to tho. rear 'in tho fourth inning when tho Athlot- les tallied three runs and followed this up with two moro In tho fifth. Theso leads tho Qlants wero never able to overcome and finally succumb ed after a most heroic struggle. Tho final score being 6 to 1 In fa vor of the Athletics. In the sixth It was so dark that when tho Qlants went to the bat the Athlotlca wero hardly dlscemlblo from the press box. New York was first to sco...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

sHSSr1 JHHMHHMMM. "W.- r ). - -jr t. . THE. MOUNTAlM ADVOQA w n in i , t il f w St. E iMlVF&lli llWftf.aTR jQUMAM ftUmMD .Li.... KVKHV FR.DAT AT ABOURVIIJJC.KKNTUOkY ir IHfiterett Wcoiul-Ctaas Mnttf February M.'Vbw nl the PiMtotTloe at ItatlMiurvlHct Ky?. fender Act of nonarr nf March S, H7H. OHe dollar Per Year in Advance he Official Oman of the Republican Parly In Knox County. Republican Ticket For Itepresentave J. 0. LAY. For County Judge THOS. O. HAMMONS For Comity Clerk HEADi. BLACK For County Attorney J. FIUC1) OATKON For Sherill SAM L.: LEWIS For Jailer " FRANK J. MITCHELL For Assessor C. B. WILLIAMS For Smvevnr FRAN0I3SM. REES For Coroner J. F. DOZIEK. For Siipeiintendeiit Schools W. W. EVANS After the November election there will be twenty two Dull Moose bid lot boxes for sale; won't need them again will go cheap. You would not know u Demo cratic campaign was on onlv by seeing a full fledged Hull Moose and a Democrat in cnucu We will, with all charity visit a a sick Moo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

,THE MOUNTAIN ADVOtATi H.lfl r T - .,.-. r-,rlr . wipap- jiwmi ...... y i'rWTM T " t-J,J,M,w,MMM,M..M,M,M,M, P Sl - . r HPV. Y. L fi.' K ' v i'V . ifit? Hv fc J T Time Table i"i oteeic COmmiaSioner'S 1, ( By Kosehud ) mi bound , due 10:09 a m wy except Sunday 1:52 p m v lii.:i.. .1... ii.i.i .. m fllllTl UIIViilitHiiiiil TT If III SOUTH BOUND fiW.. Dai'V. due 3:58 p m MrJfflttNo, Ji iwiir. npi it c i.. n.ii Nn. 51 Dailv. Due 3:45 n m X , SHORT DOG f .T.'1'T ' " b'iftTV No. 1 North bound 7:12 p m ns No. 13 South bound 8::il n m '- j. . .... tan-, jwrjitrret car leave noiei ones ' 7 ' ...-. . 1... .!... g j, ( twenty minutes neiorc sciicuinc nine i Ti"ior trains Cumberland Railroad Company U.HMIC TABLilB South Hound. tuil.Y J TRAINS'. 'A '- No. 1, Lve. Artemus i Nn 51. I.vr. Artemus 7:00 a tn. 10:25 a m 4:15 p in. $nfyU No. 5, Lve. Artemus W- ' w No 35, Lve. "Sum ndays 7:30 a tn. No. 37, Lve. " Sundays 4:15 p m North Hound. Nn 2. Arr. Artemus . 0:10 a in. i. 3 .. M.. irr ArtrmiK 120 t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

tK' "1!-f , 'r ,v.4" t' . ?niaV THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i y 4 . aar v BW r WiT- r .v .V l.p V fe' ?? ft ? K ' B,V. 'V ,r- I.' V i MlKt. fl Home Reflects the Character of Dweller By ROBERT DROWN bought. Wc come to them through education or inheritance. "Her monument was her home," says Lyman Abbott. "It grew up quietly, as quietly ns a flower grows. She had inherited that mystcrioui faculty wo call taste; and she cultivated it with fidelity. Every homo she visited she studied; though always unconsciously, as though it were 8 museum or an art gallery; nnd from every visit she brought away some thought which came out of the alembic of her loving imagination, fitted to Its appropriate place in her own home." Beauty in tho rooms of a house does not' necessarily imply rich and cosily furniture or lavish ornamentation. It docs not need more money to create it; often less it all depends on how wo seek it. The hotter with two pieces of clay alike in size can mnkc one vessel ugly and aUhor beau...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

I WPP ' 'f I '" "lOTTr m JTIM H THE MOIM TAIN ADVOCATE YLB i t aa i - N f ff. ?r r rJ Hr L, I M? r" - V V V EnymaBiBiBan:." mm auiiaiiar rssui W""w""""""-,,"""o""(p""'"" OOD JOKES INEXPERIENCED. a boarding nouio for bachelors, knda. typical "mammy." looked falter the guests' comfort In truo southern style so well that ono of tho i menthought ho would take her away with him In the summer In tho capac ity of housekeeper. Toward spring ho waylaid her In the hall one day and 'said: "Mandy, do you like tho country?" Mandy reckoned sho did. ''Would you llko to go away with mo -this summer and keep house tor ' vnoT" Mandy was sure sho would. "Supposo I get just a bungalow. Do you think you could take care of It nlceljby yourself?" Mandy gasped and rolled her eyes. "'Deed no, massal Itockon you all better get somebody else; I don't know nothln' about taking caro of any ani mals I "Harper's Magazine. Favorite Fiction. "It's So Good to Got Back to Work Again." "Yes, Indeed; tho Rougher tho La...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 October 1913

""'C rljPWWwWBH'ir'v THE MOUNTAIN .AD.VCHfrTK. 1 llP-g-" :J 1 r 4' t : .. ' rjjgB ,7 ,,,,, ,7 1 nWi rrf i n 'i ' ' ''"'"' '',", mmmm mm kw i wiim ' ' -, .. Tlii Tfffr-Tfc' , ;rf Pni LmLmWmmmmmX II AMzmmWSBSmWk2L v - HT 1H PIK'iHH ; t 'fmmmmmmmmmWrrmmmmM- " mflHir MB k VTOaMV 1 I iHB - : Wit' I j !j 'S'wi'wwB8PWCTtctrSLi 1 ffliBk. fe'SfjKi HUH K HHH & I sv1- a X if M KftSt' 'tT, mi J. C. La dniiiM Juilm Thos. 0. Mammons Republican Nominees Of Knox County. M I ' 0 f County Attorney R W9M' .1. P. Latron . 1 'B S i ' JPXaHHribiwS H .'J AW ' - i f ''1 .iflAi ti county Coin tcii'ik Read P. lilack We stand united for bettotfe Horaes, Schools, Churches and Roads, strength is found in union, war in dissension". SMlllfel we stand divided or UNITO . ' K- : -w S? jS- To Vote Republican Ticket Put X in Circle Under Cabin and Stop. ' .'( ?K5f-, Rr Tt"mwH flffc Mi riir Sam L. Lewis f J. Mitchell Hkirv yiir F. M. Reese C. B. Williams County Sii("rnitfinlenr W. W. Evans iVd muwsmKOUi ELECTION 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. — 17 October 1913

I' . --, SJ . imittoto ? LTIOK CIRCULATION r. icoo -f " si Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. o I. . No. 3. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, October 17. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 iMiaraIr me WJfeM m m EZSBiB mm vS iftil viHj u !fv HTjUn "Wtmii Jfwsv-vi t 4 tMf KMNlttMHiiMiUMf f J Have YOU Opened an Account YET, WITH HONOR ROLL NATIONAL BANK , jHBp SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY?" Sam" linn itorics for a t ;HSjBk iHmR htehof Iiis Hanks are tlio safe Bankf. avinqs Account at onco with u Wo L'EU"OKNT INTKKKST ON TIME TS. mm. bh VJE&. nk litis more N assets. rplus l'rolit fund resources of its than a !.&' ifeHL MUSS !; ' '' . iTVT .a? : ' i 'It Is a United States depository. ,' ivrMnstf National Bank, .iJaUAKlJOtKVflLE. .... KENTUCKY. P0. G. MAMMONS piibl.catrCandidate Por feHfflVUKe. Stands tt)W!rlM,Ciin County. rlesit'iui Vill xiiiin lie held, null ...Y. .: .. (ii, Mfvc; im iiijnii ilium n Rllii ihiK'Wiiii eacu iiiiii mi Hftvj-tri;-. of Kuo I'nuiitv, and Hoty tl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

"TO1 73!Ws!r?7Wjr i - . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE fl V l h r3 KV i' ?. ' ' EV I 12 RESCUE SHIPS LAND SURVIVORS (Devonian With 50, and Touraine With 42 Volturna Passen gers Arrive in Ports. 'ANOTHER VESSEL NEARS N. Y. Steamer Kroonland of Red Star Line Carrying 92 From llt-Fated,Craft la Battling Fierce Galea In Ef fort to Reach Gotham. New York, Oct. IE. The steamship Xrounland of the lied Star lino, which Is bringing Into thla port sur rvlvors from the Ill-fated Volturno, has broken one of her crank shafts. A "wireless dispatch received by the com pany's officials here stated that the ac cident is retarding the vessel's speed. Liverpool, Oct 15. The Loyland lino steamer Devonian, commanded by Cap tain Trant, arrived here, bringing 60 Volturno survivors. Havre, Oct. 16. La Touraine of tho French line, second of the rescue shlpa which figured In tho Volturno disaster to reach port, arrived at riavro with 42 survivors of the disaster on board. On the forward deck of La Touraine when it ar...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

I' v . -J THE MOUHTAIK ADVOCATK &'- v.v .- lV". IKD TO CALL JR BETTER ROADS 1iIN8 THR0U8H0UT STATE NLL AID ON OCTOBER 24-M "OOD ROADS" DAY. PMANDS FOR FUNDS MADE lssef. Several Counties Already IfA-fri aftiss' Many Imorevementi -In .Kentutk'y Are Needed. w' Hewiper Union News Hervlc fMkfrV Ky. Commissioner of to K. 0. Terrell Is receiving re- to a la communication to court isM 'engineers which Indicate that I sref the state they intend to bring Kit; the populace to work the roads zi' ana zo in response to the wselamatlon of Oor. McCreary. call- J on cltliena to observe those days rtyO&MOtoads" days. Henry county M' arranged a' campaign of nine speaking dates to arouse Interest, and at the request of county authorities .Assistant Highway Engineer II. H. Reese' has been assigned to that coun ty for the two days. ' Graves county had already arranged rx.for working the roads and Itoad En- glneor J. E, Carmnn reported to Com- loiKHiouor icrrcu inai an me stores ."' In Mayfteld ex...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

'1.1 TMj WQVMTAIH ADVQCATI - V. MMI "i1 ; ' i 'Til umm wocm him.wmrh kvkhv ritiBT AT AMOUItVli.lK,KKNTUUKY I W. U. MoDunaui , F.DITOB IdRuirmt M henroMUa Matter '',,,r," U, W)I t lll IHwlUnlPO Hi IWtlKWHIHl". Kr undpActiH,imriiir Mnrcin.i-.i- One Dollar Per Year in Advance "The OflltUI tlrdn or Ihe He punllran Parly In linoxfounlv. Republican Ticket ZSiL For Repretentiive J. 0. LAY. Jor County Judge TI10S. (I. IIAMMUXS for County Clerk KRADl'. ULAOK For County Attorney .1. FllKD OATUOX ForSlierill SAM L. 1.KWIS For .liiiler FRANK J. MITCHELL For Assessor O. 15. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS M. KEKS For Coroner J. F. DOZ1KU. For Suj erLntondont Schools W.W. KYAiNS The Dull. Mooe paity was born about the U ot Augest HU'J. Roosevelt n a candidate he fore the Republican National Convention. He sought U'epubli can nomination on a iJepubliean platform. The paity Imu" honor etl him time ami :nayi. He told us in many speeches of the groat- iness of thi pirly and of it aplenid aeliHivenient....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

'iF " nv 4 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ypfl -W si r - aflRVv" fPVIPWW VTP4 hnh $ ' j. j. jfc . i u. i Mti t tti i i " PROGRAM The tonchertf Association, to lie inld at Ararat, OctdborUfith, 1918. Devotional exercises, by Asso. elation. Welcome Address, hy Gilbert iSHSftor. What kind of KdiicntlonproimrcR i or mo in inn-coutiiry, ny Jininrti iiiiiiiinru. I How sluily the Health Condi a tlotiH of district nnil show wlint i the school nmy do to Improve .f tliem.T. K SiiRHor nml K. I.oi(nu. C Wlmt can tho Rnrnl Schuol ilo In j, a specific way to mnko tlio life of t Country Women more attractive, Sdiiicy Taylor uml Julia Crook. ' Discus tlio uso of I ho Farm (lar- ilen, nml hIiow tlio -necessity i)f TruBtooa securing plenty of ground, when building h now unlinril liniifin. M. A. MnrH. mill 3 Ullhart Snsser. 7p Ith what subject should Agrl- niiuini on i-urroiiiieii, nwiuuii. nilbert nml H. A J onus. 8 Purpose In teaching Agrlculluro inmiooin, iionry iitiniett unci Victor Hammons. 7,I)s1iow how ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

,. Vfi W -: & ', 4M' ? lvf3 THI MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ) HL . 4, v-jw-' ,: M ts ?K., . '. , ,v ffV lt r I?-- ? SotPopl Who Are Honoslly Dishonest ' NATHAN HASKELL DOLE J If all people were frankly and honestly dishonest it would bo com paratively easy for everyone to get along. The trouble is that people pretend to be honest and are dishonest m far as they dare to be. This unsettles both the buyers and the sellers of commodities. One docs not know where one is at, to uso the expressive Uag of the day. All is fair in hato and war. Business, as usually conducted, is war. I would propose that lessons be given in our high schools and bus: new colleges in "Systematic Dishonesty." In time, then, the present uncertainty would be organized into a definite understanding that every dealer is what now ho may or may not be a foeman worthy of your -well, your steal. Coincident with this form of education there should in all fairness bo a corresponding education in detecting dishonesty; for instan...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

..' m THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE &?ii r " ",!Sa $ aflWESBjS 3&fherefl Snxtles CIRCUMSTANCES. v She was only a small girl, but even little people can bo naughty some times, and this was ono oC the occa sions when Mabel had kicked over tho traces. v Naturally, mamma was terribly an gry, and Mabel was dispatched to tho regions aloft whero, In her mother's bedroom, sho was bidden to sit upon a certain chair, pending further Instruc ' tlons from headquarters. The particular Instructions were long dclayod, from Mnbel's point of ylew, and after half an hour sho ven tured to query In childish treble: "Mamma, may I como down now? t proralso I'll bo good." L Headquarters was still huffy and - wafted up the stairs the reply: "No, you sit Just whero you aro till . I call you," "411 right," camo In sing-song tono from the bedroom, "all right, mamma, "only I'm sitting on your best hat!" Quit States PrcsbyterlanY Courted Stranger. "Although I was traveling Incog nito," mused Plodding Pete, "X w...

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