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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

B. a TI1R MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE "A,f. ii"j iJi v. ii, .. iH n ijau..Li, M rrTYr-jwiiMh wriii ,i n JaJ.wWff'ffgTrg4MMMT4 DIP ULllllPTIflnll Dill nLDDlf I lDIl vssxwt???7. exMMttngXMfliBiOiBgaeMreTggrew tVHVMTHT4vUIUl4IMIVfUIMIUVUTInlninilRlm SV-T-Frev " &$$88303$Sf&S m2OTB; mmmMmmmiBmmmnmmm mmmmmmmmrnmrnm; ON EVERYTHING YOU EAT, WEAR and USE OUR CASH SYSTEM MAKES IT POSSIBLE MWM(3IQIGIE0ll3$ES$liSIIE3IS For Us to Sell the Best Merchandise lO to 25 Cheaper Than Any Other MHjk HH X i -IV -, . t NOTE CAREFULLY OUR LOW PRICES GROCERIES Po-t l'utont Flt'iir, whitf as mhav, ISic-li AgC U- v iv'um. J" i -a i "in Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies' and Gents Furnishings Per barrel, only $5.40 Mother' Sdt-i Mug Four, Make- Biscuit ftQc like Mi'tlit-r u- to make, per -uck only ,JV 43c 85c MeRl, Kii i i'r:ri. in -I pound hag unly Two for (Snimiltttpil Sugar, wr.i: caxk, per pound 05c Regular 25" Given Cotl'ee, per pound 18c Regular 2.V Biiasteil Coll'ee. per pound 15c Regular 20c I!ntited Cull ee, ...

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 January 1914

(?TT'.y . 'YT':?P,y. s '. v. hoino'u'ijAfrfbN ciRCurjATioir Kojoo, 1,000 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY Jnm'!J ' !." New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 17. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. Egg. if i fir ' I-'' &$ sir ' w J-' ft:' E& -i MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH The children and grandchildren o Mr and Mrs Joseph Sampson, of this city, surprised the old folks by going to the home of the good old people and taking n nice lunch mid spread Wail of Modern'Benidicts 1. My wife is boss, I shall not deny. 2. She maketh me to lie down be hind the bed when the swell coin pany comes, and she leadeth me be hind her up Main Street. 3. She rcstorcth my pocketbook after she hath spent all its contents on hobble skirts and theater tickets, and she leadeth me up the main aisle of church for her new hut's sake. . Yea, though I walk more than half the night through dark rooms with a crying baby, I shall get no rest, for she is behind me, her bro...

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 January 1914

aW THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ,v ' J1 'K r tr Red Button Will Irwin OF THE CITY THAT WAS, ETC. llustrated by Harry R.Grissinger COPYRIGHT 1912. BOBBS-MFRBll I no BY AUTHOR BOBBS-MERRILL C? SYNOPSIS. Tomn. N'nrlli. returning to tin room In Mr Mnore's dontillti houie at : ' 11 n . U overt ih Nwlv of t'apt John Itanikn, another ruumar with a knife wound on nt brunt Huepli-ien rests upon a mnn Iv-lns the tianw of Lawrence Wade wlin ail railed on llnnskn In the evening nnd had been lieird tiarrellnft with llanika Hiring the excitement a strange womnn who glvrs her name hi llonalle I.eOr.inge. appear and takes Into her own home cro tho street all of Mr Moore'a boarders. Including MNs nurllla. an In valid who wn ronflned to the room she cciupled and vln brother was a favor ite i. mor, the other boarder CHAPTER I Continued. Wlille Rosalie Lo Orango was pre paring to move the Invalid on the top floor, the police and tho Coroner straightened out affaire a little. There was much man In Tommy North....

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 January 1914

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE to ,. sv 1 illHwT " PMOFY PRACTICAL TALK ON POULTRY Much Advice Given by Theoretical Writers .Not Worthy of Consid eration on Average Farm. Tho advlco commonly given In poul try papers would require ono to exor cise nearly as much pains In the cleaning of a chicken houso as In tho cleaning of n kitchen. Such ailvlco may he sultablo for tho city poultry fanciers, hut somo of It Is out of place when given to tho farmer. Poultry raising, tho samo as any othor farm work, must pay for tho labor put Into It, and this will not ho tho caso if at tempt to mado to follow all tho sug gestions of tho theoretical poultry raiser. Tho caso with which tho premises may be kept reasonably free from lit ter and filth is a largely a matter of convenient arrangement. Tho handi est plan from this viewpoint is tho colony system. In this the houses aro moved to now locations as tho ground becomes soiled. If tho chicken houRo is a stationary structure. It should bo built away from othe...

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 January 1914

!T I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 3 m m( m MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE HJBL19HKD KVKhY FRIDAY AT BARBOUUVILLK.KKNTUOKY W. H. McDoXM.l) KlMTOK V.O. Mt'DoMAM), Assoc. Kuitok Rnttrxl a Meoond-Olntt .Matter Kebrusry 14. lttrt nt the l'olume at Uarbourtllle. Cy., onlr Act uf fonrrei of Mnn-li si, li'v. One Dollar IVr Year in Advance tlK OrilcUl Orqun or the Republican Party in rinox County. (fbiloriaf. Four persons living in the town of Pine Knot, MeOreary County, who aro personal enemies of Judge Sampson, have caused to be filed in the Legislature charg es against him asking for his re moval from the ollice of Circuit Judgo. This all comes out of tho light between I'ine Knot and WhitUy City for the County Seat of McCreary County. Ev eryone knows, who has had any experience in such a fight how bitter the partisans are. There is no politics that equals a coun ty seat fight. Tho contest be tween Whitley City and Pine Snot is no exception. It has been going on for nearly two two years and growing more bit t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 January 1914

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 January 1914

Q THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r , ,i t i , h. iv E f ' Church Directory fMIIIIlU.ANHItlVKIIIIAJ'TIKTl'lll'llt'll Kvrrj HiiwUj In inch ninnlli. MEDGB LISTEN' COl'KT lUI'I'lt.NI.NnS IN I.OUISVII.I.K (i'hiim i.oiiisvim.h timks.) Mnriumr Sen im 1- n m. ( Itu'iilnir " kM'. m il.lnitli J-ehmil ti.tt it. hi. j rnjer .Miiitlnir, Wfilni-olit) . ... "51 p. ni. IIFV. A.C. IIIITMON. 1'a.tnr. FiiisTMiinioiiiyr r.i'isroi'Ai. i nrm n Uxor) ;tiinhi In null ninnlli. Miiriilnirrrilrv U'Mln. ' I'lHilinc " Tli. in. ftililmth Sihmil .... MlH. I" I'mwr Mei-tln. Tluirvl.iv .. T;.. m. M. II. r.. lt :inl. Mmiiln, T::h' m. IIKV. K. II. OVKItl.Y. l'utor. When Your Blood is Right ji Your Whole System is Riffhti!..v-j."xr,:i.i J CD R tiiie.l Will Jones, alius "(Hack Put." UIIIIHTI I'lll'lil'll sr.UVH'KS Mnnihiir Service II.1M11 in Rteiilmc " 7: .W. m. Nlhlnlth M-llia1 "!. ' .liinlnr tiiulitiinr l:" P- "' w.S. Wnikei.'l mi.. Im. . . 7lp.in I'rujer Vri'tlmi. Tui'ilnt . 7.rp.ni Hi:V..1 W. I.HIiiN, l'li'lnr. PIIKSIITTKII...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 January 1914

vrvaaaflaaaaaaE 4 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE T " . -p1 Cf '13 ac itf K i t- 3- . IVii teV L V T ft- JIV L. & N. Time Table NORTH BOUND No. 22 Daily, due , 10:09 a m No. 12 Daily except Sunday 1:52 p ra wo. 4 uauy, aue 11: p m SOOTH BOUND No. 23 Daily, due 3:f8 p m No. 11 Daily, except Sunday 0:43 n in No. 21 Daily, Due 3:45 a m Street car leaves Hotel Jonc9 twenty minutes before schedule time for trains Cumhtrland Si. Si Company. TIME TABLE South Bound. TBAtN9: I1AII.Y, No. 3, Ltc. Artemus 10:25 a m. No. 5, Lre. Artemus 4:15 p m. No. 35, Lve. " Sundays 7:30 a m. No. 37, Lre. " Sundays 4:15 p ro. North Bound. No. 4, Arr. Artemus 1:20 p m. No, C. Arr. Artemus 0:35 p m. No. 36, Arr, " Sunday 9:40 a m. No. 38, Arr. " Sunday G:30 p in. W. B. STARKE, Gen. Pass. Agt T, H. HAYDEN, Gen. Mgr. !9cV V FeRSONftb Z Cr3(?C- Our editor is still slightly in disposed. Win Carty, of Jarvis' Store, wns in town on business Monday. H. C. Mills, of DeWitt, was in tovn on business Mondny. Mra William Jones ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 January 1914

. V ., F 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE OUR POWERFUL NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET FLEES FROM CAPITAL Better Biscuits Baked JAPAN POWER BEHIND HUERTA DETACHMENTS OF MARINES LAND TO QUELL BATTLE IN THE DISTURBED CITY. PRESIDNCT TO ISSUE ORDERS RAISING EMBARGO ON SUP- PLIE8 FOR REBELS. ifVV j ",4 fclYIFtKUK 5UhTl.lt.: I SINEWS OF WAR Magdalena Bay Station May Be Price Demanded For Keeping Mexicans Equipped With Arms. Western Newspaper l'nlon New i Washington.- What was ehuinocr Jted by a senator who attended 'lie white house conference an the Haunt ing activity of Japan In Mexico' font) od the most serious subject for dis ousslon between the president and the members of the foreign relations coin jnittee. The m)stcry that surrounded the conference was somewh.r diss liated, but senators were, exceedingly ijtunrdeil In their references to Japan evidently believing that a situation Jiaa becn created that mtlt be de.ili with gingerly, hm. as they hope, firm ly, by the administration lllsclnsurec that hav...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 January 1914

If Mrt iriis MUuniAin Auvu-ni-. . ,,. ' f r flB VHttHJv9siHP m tfWf m A v A v 9 I A. n n . . - . i 44 is T sT a T V Mir. V- V , ' -ft VEfv WrT',ifctfn f I . ,., . ... x. .:-- -I. . ' fiFWTFT AN THFH author of bill !r0,:w IK' T- it,' g f II V W I MlB - imn i an -!- ipiaii noiuinK court in tiif Twenty ninth juii I Fwol li cihB fllEiilflrii fl----'Cw m :- nvuihiaiiun jffiiL wsife -'ism di iuu oH.n jasry. rurrtcoumy,oA-K- -t r i W ,mEHB tinto rrrluln MidiitH in Ihfi t'.ititft.l ti.r III I ? k . - W .pT-K . .. ACTIVITY OF TWO IN HELPING LEGISLATURE TO ORGANIZE IN QUESTION. LOBBIES ARE BEING PROBED New Bill Proposes Fines For Wcmen Who Wear Narrow Skirts Another - Measure Looks to Publication of School Text Books by State Chil dren's Home Cut Recommended. (Uy i:rntst W. Helm.) Frnnkfort, Ky. CIoso upon the heels of the lobby Investigation has come another clinic for busy Inglsla live Burgeons. The subjects for tho most recent probe aro I'ercy Haley and Sam Shackelford, their activity in h...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 January 1914

s ip r falte ' MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE , v ,.,.., , . , ,, '" ''MWWWWWMMWMIttaiMMMMMMMMMWlMMiMMMIMiMWWiM Bh ll h HR H H H jH H 'H h H H h H H h H M H H9I H H H H mm H ftV H --H Hv b HhH i h l V HKl Jl H 1 1 H H 1 1 1 H 1 V b V 1 fl V m i M v S V V B 1 H H Ah H & IB AH A H AV H H H AH' H Abbhb bbTBhTaVbbTA BbTaTBhb & bbbbbbH bhav r bbbbt B bbbbm bbbbBt AbbB AbbbH bAWV AMAbb JbbBbbbbbbH HSHBBnHv vAbbbw Ibbt AbW ! Vbbbbt . BhbI' i. .. i i -i-i-A-i-v. y-y-Cv-svCC--v j ?T-'K; s3$$3!3tst&&s3& 8&33S8s&8g&8 &mmmmHm&MMmmMMMmmMfflmmmmmMMmmxMw i fc&Mj-W-m VVVVTT?.T-NM.--: k J fc 3t1nmHm3t8m i&iS& Car Load Sy PLOWS, PLOWS, PLOWS, In all Sizes and Styles, To Go at Factory Prices & We Carry The Leading Brands of Farming Implements S SBS!!S!3ZaKEI EKszma NOTI CAREFULLY OUR LOW PRICES im GROCERIES Best Ratent Flour, white a-, as Cream, per -a'k 1 1 Per barrel, only -iiov, Rich ()C $5.40 Mother's Self-iising Four, Makes Riscuit &f) like Mother us...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34, : UP V tx t: JUDGE SAMPSON IS HIGHLY PRAISED His Friends and Neigh bors at Barbourville De . dare Their Knowledge of His Fairness and Probity. CONDEMN ACTION OF PERSONAL ENEMIES Sampson, in tho fight over tlio county scat of McOrcary County, to bring reproach upon his good name, and upon tho fair and hon orable record which he has made in office, E. R. Overly M. G. Diznoy ""J. M. Ilobsion J. D. Tuggle H. H. Donaldson Committee. Murder of W.H. Miller. Barbourville, Ky., Jan. 81. At a mass meeting of the friends and neighbors of Judgo Flem D. Sampson, at tho Court-houso yes terday afternoon tho following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Whereas, Judge F. D. Samp son was for many years an able and honorable practitioner at the bar of the Courts of this Common wealth, and whereas he has serv ed Knox County as County Judge for lour years, and has served in his present capacity aB Circuit .Judge for more than two y...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

,s ..n THE iVfotlNTAIN AfiVOCATE I f 1 I ( It. a"; y a !' to I SYNOPSIS. Tonmv Noni r. x.rmnir to UH ronm In Mrs Nik tt't tio.ir l'-j; house at 5 ' n. m amcov. rs il'o im'v .if ,ipt John Hnnsku. motVr normr with n knlfo wojiul on ht firptmt Suspicion rontn upon n ninn riving the nntnf of l-iivvri'nro Waili". who mil ivillfit on llfinkn In tlio rvrnlntf nnj hail N--n h-nnl quarreling with Hnnikn. I'urltiir ttii pxiltemriit n strange woman who x her namt an Itosnlle IXlrutiRP. ppenr ami tnkes Into her own home acrom the street nil of Mr Monro's honnler. Indu.IInK Mlm Kstrlll.i. an In valid, who was confined to the room she oceiipleil and hoa hrother was a fuvor lltn among the other bonnier Wade Is arrested as he I altout to leave the roun try. Mrs tOranue. who. while plytnr her trade n n trance medliitn. hart aided Police Inspei tor Martin McCli-e several times, rails nt his office to tell what she knows of the crime While she Is there. Conttanco Hanska widow of the murder ed man. 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. — 6 February 1914

', $ feW ; , M' ry vr ? i- V: It h V" is HIS FIRST 4&S i&Z iff v !?H$ frff NOT OBSERVED AS IN THE OLD DAYS St. Valentine Is Now Neglected, Compared to What Was Done Some Two Centuries Ago. HE sending by mall of em bossed tokens of love or friendship Is about all there is left of tlio ancient customs of St. Valentino's day The windows and play counters of our book stores and bazars nre tilled at this season of the year with exam ples of art and near-art to an extent that should pleaso every sort of tasto In regard to valentines. There Is a day or two of fun and merry chatter when the tokens are- received, or of oven more boisterous mirth if tho valen tines aro "comic;" hero and there a Valentino party is given by tho young peoplo, then tho celebrating ceases and is forgotten. Not so a couple of centuries ago. Then tho festivities were much more in tho character of observance and ceremonies. Tho origin of St. Valen tino's day Is credited to different Inci dents. One writer of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

T4i if h W I v I k r 1 A.'ij; maeawif "!g TIE MOUNT MN ADWCllTI'Stwmd Annual Eleventh1 rUBi:.'' . . . t I'RIIUT AT JBAUBOl Uvi... i-.KtSTH'W W. II. M D m V.C. MoUfXAii., . .. Kwvtr sfH . l.ltltoK i stercd n Hovoiiil-l ln Mritr Kbr ihijf , 1901 nt I lie lslc Uli-i- nt UnflniMrvill". r., under Act of I'mm-vm of March!. "T Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance Ttc Official Or-i-in or llic Republican Parly In Knox l omit v. (Mori;tl THE .MOUNTAIN PEOPLE A great deal has been said about the Mountain People, and much abuse has been heaped upon them, feat little is said about the same taiDes mat happen in nnv otiier places in the State. The Mountains arc fast forgeing to the front, and in a little whili they will be in the lore Iront at the State. What the mountain peopli aecd, is good roads, we liae reason ably good shoots, especially in KnuxCoum,wi' ha vegood churches cattrrcii all over the County, and the farmers' h-imcs, as a rule, are better by far than the average farm crs' homes in some of...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

M-- I ! i ; . -f .' . " . & 7u ' iuV TREASURER'S REPORT . Showing Condition of the City of Barbourvllfe, Ky., at the olosc of the year 1913, and fortfctl year 1913. ORDERS PAID IN JANUARY, 1913: ccphuB Moore, salury as Counciltnnn to Dec. 31, 1912, Tout Drake, labor W II Davis, dieting prisoners to date- Camberland Nnturnl Gas Company, for Dec. gas A. W Hopper, supplies (statement rendered) P L Ports, surveying and help E 13 Sawyers as Councilman to Dec 31, 1912 It II Detherage as Councilman to Dec 31, 1912.... J M Tlnsley as Councilman to Dec 31, 1912 H C Faulkner, Jr, Dec salary I W Hughes salary as Councilman to Dec 31, 1912 ,... "If C Paalkner salary as Councilman to Deo 31, 1912...... J M WiUon salary as Mayor to Dec 31, 1012.. ...... M Riddle salary as Judge J A Bowman Dec salary ($25) and $100) com on tax. ' Wrt Cation hauling garbage C W Sprowl seryice as special police... ,W M MitcbeU saalaryas City Clerk to Dec 31, 1012.. tffcearrille Electric Light Co. Dec lights. "la...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

Tlflf" r ,.. r."; - tear . 4 ,T.HE .MOUNTAIN- ADVOCATE - e - - -- j. Vi -. r"V I- ..S A &: 'p ' rv' t& , .. ,l' Church Directory OUMnEUr-ANnillVlIUIIAl'TISTi III IK II Hvrry Sunday In em h intuit ii, Wornln Service ... Irt m. Rvantnit " ,. i. m i Sabbath School .M m. Pr)er Meeting, Wcilnoln)- ".aip.ni. , HKV.A.C. IIUTCO.N. Paator. HRSTMRTlloMSTrH'ieOOVAI. Oll'lli II Kverj Sundny In cmh numili. Morning Service I" " m. EvonlnR " p. m. Sabbath School -'. m I' cr Meetlrnr. Thiirwtiiy "::' p m , M. IJ. C, 1st. 3ril. Mondays, : ::i l. m. UKV. K. H. OVKHI.Y. I'.ntur. . w mmmrn a IIIKISTIA.V CIll'ItCH KBUVICRm . Mori In Service...- t:Wn m . KTo.ilnft " ?....- :..!. in. r" Sabbath School H:4An. ni. Ju orKmlcnvor I:ap. ra H. Wmkcru' Cotu Tucs, ' p. m P. :cr.v.eotliii!.Tm!iy T.-Mp.a. UKV. J W. MUO.V Ilmnr. . KSIIYTBIIIAS tlL'MCII EKVIt'r First Htid Thinl Sunday le awk awxiih. .".: Sturil'iifcrvli'is.. . . .ttp w. n ',. .. I Muiiiluj nt ttK inc. mi.. HKV I'. AM.ilfi- ni ." .." - Collier...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

J J' IKBHEjPpr t ' j ' ""M" ''ii I, ,, i I,, i .m i ii i .i 1 1 ' ' i i - Titf ?' " LaMBs' .. . ! Br ' - L. & N. Time Table' I i BACK L R l I I I THE BOYS R;- NORTH BOUND I kiHw L NORTH BOUND No. 12 Daily except Sunday 1:52 p ni No. 22 Daily, due 10:14 n ni No. 24 Dailv, due 11:44 p m SOUIH HOUND No. 31 Daily, except Sunday C:43 n m N'ii 21 Daily, Due 3:30 a in No. 23 Dailv. due . .. 3:58 in WStrcct car leave Hotel-Jones tweutv tumults before schedule time for I ruins Cmmkirtaitd ffi, Si, Company. TIMK TABL.K v South ilouuil TKAI.SS. "AH. No, 3, Lve. Artemus lC:2i n in. No. 5, Lve. Art emus 4:lo in. No. 35, Lvc. " Sundays 7:30 u in. No. 37, Lve.' Sundays 4:15 p m. North Hound. No. 4, Arr. Arteinus 1:20 p in. No, 6. Arr. Artemus 6:35 p in. No. 36, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a tn. No. 38, Arr. " Sunday 6:30 p tn. W. 0. STARKE, Gen. Pass. Agt T 11. HAYUEN, Gen. Algr f FGRSONftb Absolutely unique the Two Old Confederates M T McDonald spent several days of last week in Harlan John Hibbard wa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

Etf'IV rtf. i"? f ' - ,-; - THE. MOUNTAIN ' ADVOCATE h. h. . n RtJ' fct Hfl- W KENTUCKY CITY T TRACT OF WORN-OUT LAND TO HE FERTILIZED AND CUL- I TIVATED. HENDERSON EXPECTS GAIN Heavy Increase In School Attendance Under New Law Is Shown By Cen-I tus Important Case, Involving Re. atraint of Trade Issue, Is Decided at Winchester. Western New8papr Union News SrrWce Henderson, Ky A novel experiment wilt be started here when the city of ' Henderson turns former. The city, owns a tract of land north of Atkinson park which In Bald to have been under cultivation as long as anj In Ken tucky. It was worn out and abandon-' ed decades ago and was picked up by the city to control the environment of Atkinson pari. The clt has decided to nuke this a sort of demonstration farm, utilizing the sen Ices of the Hon-' dersou county farm expert to direct the upbuilding of the farm and culti vation of the crops. Sweepings from, thestreets will be hauled by the city' to enrich Its own farm It Is believed t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

- . - t: A - the moiJ tfTXfiT Advocate' - ri . .( s Tfc ' ,- W ;. . lr .: 4 v " A h W, W). iW. V ftK fc T y CI" ir Vf-- P.,. " ' r "A : v ' .' ET $& T i-3Rk.u m50ML: Lmdijv i ill HEN Lincoln lived In Spring Hold, IIJ., and practiced law, ho worked hard by nto and starts, and gavo n consider able portion of his olllco hours to nowspapcrs, story swapping, poetry, history, geometry anything but work. Ills houso wan near -his of fice, but If It bo true that "homo Is tho othor person," kls homo was not a placo to turn to with glad re lief when tho time camo to put on his rickety plug hat and leave tho ofllcc, Lincoln generally got to tho ofllco In tlio morning at 9 o'clock, und when It was later, Ilemdon, lila partner, knew there had been troublo at homo, for Lin coln then had no cheerful morn ing greeting, only a grunt, as ho fell wolflshly upon tho morn ing's mall. Ho might havo lunched, easily enough, at home, but ho preferred crackers nnd cheese nt tho ofllco, nnd often stayed th...

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