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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

. Ci f : TMI MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE, 4 ,i. ,.. Il -. -' r ' I paid with honest sweat; 1 havo pushed ahead unaided, Fate and Fortune I've defied; (I've refused to let them crush me, though they've often grimly tried. (Why, therefore, should I be thankful? To my strength and to my will I'm Indebted for permission to keep striving onward still. THE OPTIMIST. Thanksgiving! I am truly thankful, though I still must work away, Though there are no crowds to cheer me, though I've little time to play; Other men may look for pleasure, from the cares of duty free, Others know the Joys of leisure, but there's lit tle rest for me; Yet how weak Is he that sadly sits complain 1 Ing at his fate; I have thanks to render gladly for a vigor that Is great. .Why should I be thankful, brother? I that have to strive and sweat, Earning doubly, yea and trebly, all the bless ings that I get? 1 have marched ahead unaided, though my strength has oft been tried, (1 have kept my soul unsullied, I'm entitled still to 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. — 28 November 1913

7 . t t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I':-.' i- i-. fj' 1TM PRETTY KNICK-KNACKS FOR CHRISTMAS By JULIA BOTTOM LEY. Thero aro to many designs In nock wear to chooeo from! Hero aro a fow of thorn which aro bo faithfully pic tured by the camera that It Booms at most unnecessary to doscrlbo thorn. "They Bet forth somo of tho attractlvo mtylcs that the season has brought Into -vogue. Tho berthas and collars combined, mado of not and lace, aro among the 1 BBu2VV.V(SBB jff iB most popular of styles. Plain or dot itcd net alone, or net combined with 'shadow laco, makoa the body of tho collar and flschu as a rulo. Flattings aro usually of not and aro unhommed on many of tho flschues. The finest and alrleBt of machlno mado "laces, as white aa snow, In shadow lace and otlior patterns, make It possible ' to produco these neck-pieces at a trifle of cost. t For Wear with either drosses or coats the sailor collar with flschu ends Is mado In the designs pictured here. Plain fine net Is liked for edging the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

".Vri jlT i. mtiouwfAfw 'AMTfareAfrl H FOR YOVR. PROPERTY'S SAKE- (MEHlNS WHI Iwishlcoulcl MASTIC PAINTi SPECIFY IT IN YOUR CONTRACT afford a Typewriter TTT rvfl tn r--r r. 4 tvrmnf t .. f . H m II IMC UCSl I'min l l nr everywnero use it oecauees it is a J I guaranteed paint and gir-s universal satisfaction. Covers more surface, spreads ensily, holds its color, wears and lasts longer than any other paint you can use. It's "The Kind That Lasts" $ , T . (- t - . , , J"" , , T ) , , t (J, , 1 pJi Til fl lfniirMiHs-3H II ill 1 i-. Aimm .cwprwrsv i sop?! HMim v," 4 !v .p- r FJ 1 a. 1 -, i-lfe. - ttsr .J. VL- m. . 1 a r j 1 1 . Tin . zz the Best Fit You EverHad! That is what your wife will say if you will come in and let us take your measure for one of those Work Brothers Suits or Overcoats. And the bc3t part of it, is that we will absolutely guarantee a L. f- Cf Tf iui rlnn'f- mnlce pood iust It's IJJCI1CI.I. III. " " say you want your money dock; you u yet it without argument. 75 of a s...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

.',t. omtfain Mrociifr -w-7 :' SaL- Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 3. No. 9. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, December, 5, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 fhe B W. Hackney Recorder . V. Wilder Standard Bearer (. M. Lnswcll Sword Bfnrer . 3. Bailey Warder . B. Woodall Sentinel ' 1 FATHER ENGLAND. Wc presmt herewith the smiling countenance of B. T. Bnglnnd. Mr. Bnglnnd was born in Habbersham County, Ga., September 10th IS 12, and was reared in that state, and attended public school until the cruel war of 1801 broke out, he then enlisted with the Confederate army and went to the front to defend what lie believed to be tight; he was in mail) hard fought battles, among which was the Battle of Gettysburg, he wa then Color-bearer. After the war was ended he, like all others of the Southern Cause, meekly Submitted not to the dictation of the North but to the will of the people and returned to their homes Jo.tahe up their avo cations in life. Mr. Englan...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

T 777 ''V THE MOUNTAIH ADVOCATE BTC I L J ? 10 PEACE UNTIL K 1ERTA LETS GO 'President Says in Message Pres tige of Dictator Is Crumbling and End Is Near. VWANTS MONEY BILL PASSED purges Enactment of Legislation to Make Farming a More Efficient Business. H.ET SHERMAN LAW STAND 'Primary Election! for Selection of '.Candidates for Presidency Urged V Ultimate Independence of Phil- V i Jpplnei an Obligation Dou- Jle Duty Toward Alaska Employers' Liability. ; nuautUKiuii, lv iv iw.i".d 1fm President Wilsons complete mes iage delivered to congress today: la pursuance of my constitutional 'duty to "give to the congress Informa lion of tho state of the Union," I take the liberty of addressing you on sov--cral matters which ought, as It seems 'to me, particularly to engage the at Ttentlon of jour honorable bodies, as of all who' study the welfare of the jnatlon. I shall ask your Indulgence If I ven oturo to depatt In some degree from the usual custom of sotting before you Jtla formal review t...

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

x. f ... "- ' i.' l . .r- ' T - -var' ''n1 " THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 3--U f&vlfc'i ,. t , $ M'CHORD ACT IS DECLARED VALID HATE ORDER OF KENTUCKY COM MISSION IS UPHELD BY SUPREME COURT. 1 & N. MEETS DEFEAT Withdrawal of Special Rates Made Distillers Prompted Complaint to State Railroad Commission. V Western Newipaper Union News Service, Frankfort, Ky. The supreme court upheld tho constitutionality of the McChord net, creating tho Kentucky , railroad commission, by denying to tho Louisville and Nashville Ilallroad Co. an Interlocutory Injunction re- ' straining an order of tho stnte com mission of August 10, 1910, prescribing maximum rates for Interstate ship ment of corn, rye, emnfy barrels and other distillers' supplies from Louis vlllc, Covington and Newport to 16 points of destination In Kentucky The railroad had attacked tho right of the stato commission to regulato Interstate rates since they Incidentally affect Interstate rates which are with In the jurisdiction of congre...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

$F i r ft "I' ll, m & . Hi'- 'V THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISH KD KVEKT FRIDAr AT HAHBOL'KVIU.R,RRNTU(JKY V. II. McDonald Kditor Hnterwl in HrcnniMllnM Mntler Fcbrunry 1, mil nt the Pmtoince nt Dnrluurvlll, ky ttmlrr Actof Cntwrraanr March X 1"T. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Oftlil.il Oman or the Republican Party in Knox Count v. (EbitoriaL THE IMAGINATION OF MAN. Man in all his glory, is but an atom nt the earth, and is no more than he himself makes of himself; ho may think himself great ami important, yet he is the most insignificant thing in tlie eye of others, ho may hold high and exalted positions, yet ho is just a small part of the make up of the world tha.t he lives in We have been amused on more than one occasion at the man who feels the importance of his being a part of the makeup of this nation, and to hear some fellows swell up and say, "if it had not. been for mo," and at the same timo if tins same man had never existed, the world would have staid in its orbit, ...

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

IV ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE sli- & 1 ttt I wish I could afford a Typewriter Tln's is what people say every day. That's easy; easier than you think. It's simply a matter of FIVE DOLLARS J-et us RENT you a rebuilt Model 6 or 7 Remington Typewriter 3 months for $5 After you have had that Remington for three months oil will wonder how you ever got along without it; and you will probably want to buy it. All right; that's where you ave your Five Dollars tor ltou buy tit the end of three montht, the Five Dollars applies on the purchase price. Doesn't that offer strike you just about right? Then send us the ftp Dillart and we will send you the rental machine. Hi l?-' I TKmm KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN STORIES. We have been rending, and with (rent interest, the stories of Miss I.ucy Furmnti, who has for the past several months been writing for the various magazines of the country stories on the Kentucky mountain life. These stories have appeared Irom time to time in almost nil of .the leading magaz...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

THE" MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE l0 CLOTHING Wpll!ifMHIIllKi' MjfijIiigPiill i If U I ( It'll r2aanH in i mi I - w It's the Best Fit You Ever Had! That is what your wife will say if you will come in and let us take your measure , for one of those Work Brothers Suits or Overcoats. And the best part of it is that wc will absolutely guarantee a perfect fit. If we don't make good just say you want your money back; you'll get it without argument. 75 r of a suit or overcoat value is in' the tailoring, nnd if you will give us your order fliis Fall, you are sure to get the bcst.We want the busi ness of the particular dressers of this section and J we expect to get it by giving the service. Try us. '' J. M. JACKSON, Agent. nllllillillllllllllli, lllllllwHSw lllll W TV 2f Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New PEE GEEJ llfe"l Jp S" ' ORKS WONDEfi IT's an easy and inexpensive matter. Simply apply a coat of Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC and you'll be delighted with its fine results and your own work. Pee Gee RE-NU-LA...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 4 - & - v Bsi-' Lr Pi 't -J i.- ' i Eft. 6 S- ? fcf ? How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders; , how can 1 avoid them unless they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the can of a low priced powder in your hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The 1W requires that it the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sul phate of aluminum, you have found an alum oaklng powder. , There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful bakingi powder beyond question. PERSONAL Uncle Logan Runynn, is on the -sick list this week. Miss Marino Sevier is in Louis ville this week shopping. J. L. Jloppcr made allying trip to Benham Friday returning Sunday. See Englnnds line of goods they arc good goods with ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

)' J" THE MOUNTAInUADVOOATEi i !'" few-' i in-4il'li' " r St I , T T I "f ijiMiigri Yfi'Jf i f fiiTn i V'flflr Jones 'J a r. wlr. s, jLray-j-texcx-i:- Christmas iStorg .Jo in Three Paris CopyrljjH EV. Arthur Mont gomery Slmms Sinclair wat suf fering In the flesh and In the spirit. A cup of tea was In his right hand, a wreath of holly dangling from that wrist, and P. Wllmerlng Do lancey standing at his left and In terrupting his profound remarks to Miss Ursula Allen made a combination t o try his soul The words, the glances, the smiles that ho felt were meant for him were being coolly appropriated by P Wllmerlng. Worse than that, P. Wllmerlng was able to sip his tea without allowing the holly to slldo to sis shoulder. Nor was the holly tick ling the wrist of P. Wllmerlng as It was that of Iter. Simms Sinclair. P. Wllmerlng acted as If he might have sipped tea with both hands cuffed bo hind him. Rev. Simms-Slnclalr al most wished his rival were In that pre dicament, and about forty mi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 December 1913

awssssPKfi Zr -' J rJT'- lY-v' ' .T-77'T- ' PPW rT ,'!! WW wfW$TTPlESB fcWV THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE - IPlBSBBsV MHaf' m as ii ., iffiNH !- ,' MY ') WML -K V ,- if, iKl'ib f frtt" i BSEIBSBW- btt. K sr7 fiexif t'Jk IB? .bbmwsssbsWbmwbs Be 5 BEfxS2E&93fflB9S999E!9P&BB9flf 'f! ALCOHOL-3 PSR CENT IV XMtftfabk Preparation for As ,Mi siwrtellnihcroodandnrtul 1st Stowfowtlsof Promotes Drgesfaonhecrfu nessand Re s .Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral Not 'Narcotic Urti jw- KKJtmtM AafeeVJ A perfeel Remedy forConsUp linn . Snur Stflmach. Diarrhoea. Worms .Convulsions Jtveriah- ness and LOSS Or &LEEP. Te Simile Si'grnlar of Tkk Cchtauo Comwxt. NEW YORK. Guaranteed under Iho Food! ilzact Copy of Wrsppir. The vlllogo gossip cover baa time "to tako a vacation. Sore Jtea, Oranulated Rrelida and Stirs rpromptly bultil with Roman Eye Dal--aam.Adr. Tho man who can laugh at trouble -will bo kept pretty busy laughing. lr. reerj'a Vermlfngs "Dead Bhot" kills nd expels WormR Id a very ...

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

s 1 MiMiMOIR 'V 4 T,weSkitiict k thl tket-ch, l.ydla r M. '" w"n in hh iKn. iyu r tebittttii x fclril. lWil, at tw home In this coun- ty, ed i yearn, two-months and on tiny. She wns united In nntrrlnire Mar U' 1ll. T. lil. linlnti wr hum twelve children, tlvo of whom pre- ceded her to the Journal Worhl, and , K,,S','" "Sffi hr..rm. .... ..i.iu, i Kiil8coi.nl Church, South, when ; elnven years of njte. ami Inter on In LSJ llfo had her membership transferred to too Metnodist ispiseopm imuroii In which she lived a consistent Christian llfo until her death. Sistot Smith was a plnin, modest womnn. Shu loved her family, relatives, friends nnd neighbors Sho was of a Hwcet, genial disposition. A de voted wire, and ft kind and oiTee tlnhnto motlior She was In poor health for severnl yenrs before her donth. but who bore all of her Butter bur ntul trials nntlcntlv to tlio end. '''bo writer visited Uor In ber last days and found her with an unsiinK en mini In Uod. She died In tho Kulili aid had...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

'&V r ; i muibtin ttioftle. vs VI Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOORVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, December, 12, 1913 ii -5-. r. TT r k J New. Series: Vol. 3. No. 10. Old Scries: Vol. 8 No. 34 She vyKC M " ' . . W- tf PS. r. 'V- SL V nr .J. f 5 CONTRACT The. Board of Council of the City of Barbourville . Kentucky, Do Ordain as '?. Follows: V -I- "tf'" I Hilt lIllTIi: UK ilUU Htl."J ...... 1M.ia il.... !.. ..! tijnli a ..fnf. E,r cd'the right, privilege nnd franchise to erect, construct, operate and maintain within the city of Mnr bourvillc, Kentucky, n plant nnd sstem forigeiiernting null furnish ingmnd to generate aiul furnifh to sniil city nnd to its inhabitants, riiiin-J mid i-cVidcnt electricity and t& electric current for heating, lisliting and power purposes: ' h ' -II- Iu order to crfrry into effect the purposes for which this right, pnv ilegc'and franchise is herchy grant ed, and this franchise carries with it, the father right to enter upon, ov...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

w:,'! y;-.v 'v - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE MULTIPLANE THAT MAY FLY ACROSS THE ATLANTIC STOP SMUGGLING 275,000 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION SEIZED AND THREE MEN WERE ARRESTED. WILSON SEESWOMEN PRESIDENT 8AY8 HE FAVORS "HOUSE COMMITTEE" ON SUFFRAGE. HE CAN'T START ANYTHING Chief Executive Asserts He Won't Write Message to Congress Tells Suffrage Leaders Party Principles Prevent Urging Legislation. Washington, Dec. 10. The president on Monday told a delegation from the National American Woman's Suffrage association that ho favored a standing "woman's suffrage, committee in the house of representatives, but ho re cused their request that ho send a .special message to congress urging tho reform. Dr Anna Howard Shaw, president of tho association, summarized brief ly their appeal to tho president to as- ) ? islst tho movement either by sending ' "' a sncclal messaco to conercss. by In cluding reference to suffrago In any .general message ho might deliver or by using his Influence to have a pedal comra...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

? H ? w THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t3?' A- ir . ' -v . "-' 'A.T1 Li"- h ucr W- v. K-f- fir.' BIG SUM SOUGHT FOR KENTUCKY (CHIEF ENGINEER URGES BIO AP PROPRIATION FOR RIVER8 TOUCHING STATE. MILLIONS FOR LOCKS AND DAMS (Preliminary Examination or Green River Convinces EglneersThat Im provement Now la Inadvliable. 'Wetcrn Newspaper Union News Bervlcc. Twelve million dollars will be spent In' Improving the rivers that touch 'Kentucky Bhorcs during the next fiscal year If congress acts favorably on the recommendations made by the chief of army engineers. In his annual report, the most- voluminous single govern ment document that Is Issued from the government printing office, detailed reports of tho progress and cost of the many river and harbor Improvements throughout the country are outlined. Tho chief of engineers suggests that 'the secretary of war urge congress to appropriate $350,900 next year for deopenlng tho Ohio river, as ?925, '632.64 already appropriated for that purpose Is availab...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

5T A ? ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE lE'MOMHTAIH ADVOCATE iIOU!.!8HEn KVKKV FR1DAT AT EAIU)UUVtLLIfi,KENTUOKY 'Rvfeir. MoDimtn Kditok IKiUfiWi'l M KirnniM'lnn Matter February 3?Hliil nt llip Iitil11 nt Hnrbourvlll. Tiiiiltr Art l'i)i(fiir MnrrhS. I'O itip Doljar I'or Your in Atlvanre he Ofllcl.il Ornan of the Republican P.irtv In Knox County. &Ni (Editorial. A SAD REQUIEM i. Tho suTtonse. the uncertainty file travail are over, the H'UI iMnoso Party, horn little more tjihii one year ago, is dead. For mil i iv moons the little llame nt Vljfe has burned feebly, nnd at lliWl. nl n t.iit t.nwlm nirn Mil. driver 1ms been crossed. All tiieo Vines, ot ononies and liereuili .!..,..., ... 1....... i. ...... ...... i.i..,i ii CUUIll IU IIU,l' UCCII C JlWllt:il. L Should have lived forpver if H 'rwis to bi'iir any resemblance U !thu robust, spectacular and hell frAariii!' Teddy the Great, win jTwas both its father and its moth ier. r v'ol. lloo.sevelt and his follow ers appeared 10 ne very onriiu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

y !,-" ' " THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATK X Fix & Wa- V. W Tmslcy wasln Middleshoro Monday -" Noah Smitli, of lilvs, was in town Juesdnv (So to Crolev's for lime Uioco- . fates, in nice bows. - llliy HIT II IMI "I rtlliiiimit ..- itites at Croley'. Rev ti It Ovcrlv filled the )iiliit ul limnuitel Tuesday night Crnley has received a nice line ol JJatfonnl Chocolate, cnll nnd sec ,i. t. . l.. ..f V.. .!... 1 f'ltW' ihein.- 'rjw ,To satisfy her get a box of Nn fjyjf -ifoiml Chocolates for Christmas, nt yWv.CrOIey's. , iff'7 .... National hocniates are pure mm "' . . . I I-... ... 'll oi.u irelt, go hi vruicy s in . botei. UonJ M U'Tlson, Mnvnr of the city, is in Louisville tins wcck on Fraternal business Rev Fred I. Keller, of Riicll. i lieu linn week on account ol tlie death of his brother Henry Sam Hale who lias been cngnged for sometime nt Jenkins ns book keeper returned home Tuesday Fred Hemphill, formerly ol thi office, now working at Jenkins, came , home Moiuhiy to sie homefolks nnd? ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

I , - -r.'1 lt i r y, -- - ' ' u- t ' s - fc, ff f ' T,'. . !'. - , .- TH1?AmOUNTAIN AtkV(5CAT V , Vi ? Li' la - ." ITS V T Un fa Jones A Dag-Bore- Christrn Stprrj 2a In Three Par' Copyright rsscr- PART ONE Continued. "I'm nfrald that might keep the children, from rnjoilng the trifles I am jgolng to put on the tree for thorn," Ursula demurred. "I'll cut It out, then," Jabez replied. "You Juet toll me where to spill the money and I'll tap my barrel I'm In our hands, understand" Ho looked so meaningly at Ursula that Delancey felt the ground being lulled from under his feet Ills own allowance did not parmtt of such reck lessness, and besides ho considered auch a display of wealth as McAdam as making as vulgar "Let mo come to the front with ray bright Idea," ho begged. "It's getting late In the afternoon, and my automo bile Is ten times as fast as Miss Al len's carriage, will bo I'll take her and her packages around to tho houses he wants to find. It'll bo no trouble at all My big machi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

w ii ,1 " 7 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i . ' U a? p ' K ttf i a ". Bft. .- Making Wage Earn er s Home Beautiful By FRANK CHOUTEAU DROWN earner must livo hived in some part of n crowded tenement, the process of niflking lil homo attractive so far as it may Decontrolled by the inhabitant is restricted solely to the interior treatment of V)t vnnou rooms. If, on tlic other hnnd, it is supnosnble' that tln human being may aspire to a small cottage in a suburb, the matter of its possible "attractiveness" is considerably enlarged in its application. The principal differences between the workman's suburban home in Europe and in this country is that abroad every attempt is made to locate the workman's dwelling on a larger plot of ground and give it all possible attraction by natural surroundings of trees, shrubbery, vines, lawns, gardens and flowers. This same type of "decoration" is equally inexpensive jn this coun try but, unfortunately, far less customary; being here the exception irathcr than...

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