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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 February 1914

I X u- i TUB MOUNYAHf ADVOCATE PLOWS, PLOWS, PLO o .." Q W is- I ft r- No. 825, 1-horse Hillside, Syracuse Plows Solid Moleboard, Malable standard, extra share IIo. 362-horse Hillside, Syracuse Plows, Malable Standard with extra share; Only t&- No226, Heavy 2-horse Hillside Syracuse Plows, with extrahare ft No. 1364, 2-horse Level Land, Lyracuse with extra share, Right hand Ml lO $.48 No. 1464, 2-horse, Level Land Syracuse Plows with extra share, Right hand J NOTE CAREFULLY KLQJP Syracuse Plows all have Malable Staudards n,v fasten on with two bolts; all others have cast and only one bolt to point. Snts rds LOW PR.: JS radcxrsmft-E KXSSXt'SSS'OShij -' wskbsotctsmi GROCERIES Best Patent Flour, white as snow, liich tC as Cream, per sack only w Per barrel, only $5.40 Mother's Self-rising Four, Makes Biscuit AQr like Mother use to make, per sack only ''Vw Meal, Kiln Dried, in 21 pound bags A"Xn only Two for - - 85c Granulated Sugar, jure case, per pound Regular 25c (keen Coffee, per...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

'' orHcfciAtoo: 1,000 K CIRCULATION M 1,000 .i ! i i ttVWTKVn&MiiVU -tzsmzmm '9SBBS8B& '" . OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PAPTY IN KNOX COUNTY ?- . New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. ltff BARBOUKVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1914, Old Serie: Vol VIII, No. 34. The luvinc V mpson 1 ,rV r5 y ill tiff IF iiiil' iliri 1 11 II fi B1 Hia II I.jMFI IP flciii D. n3Q pr. " r-- Kf. . ty , .- Wti x A. r The Charges of Impeochment Dismissed CHARGES Of HIS ENEMIES NOT bVh. ENf.D tec, filed in tlio Hoiim a rrport Assembly of lite tViutii n advising ngaitut i...i(.ui..g iin-1 Je,l,!! !""!:":ky : . . ! I.- 1 Iittt tlio I'riFciii lion t pcuchin.-iit p.orcod.ng Kinl.' ., 0r tllP Common- , Judge Flem D. SiimpMin, -f the f Kentucky aru pro. ihite.i , Mil - . l if f .. .1 -l f . .. I -. . i. . i iiiriy-iourtm .imiicuu wiKirmi. oxtPiuuug or renewing a Tue diaiges brntisrjt ugain-t the' .sting contract, or entirii accused jurist worn in no wise '"tract or cniitrnitn for f, .. , , ,. . , ! ploy miMit of 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. — 13 February 1914

iTv r jl THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE E ('III ilS2fc SYNOPSIS. Tommy N'nrtli returning to tits room In Mr Mi rros iionrtliiie iwusk nt 2 a i m illncmers the boOy of f'npi John Hjnuka. sooner b trolley or by subway, where ynother roomer with knife uuiintl on t h ', .,,,--,. .,,,, iti,,n n. n hlii brrnst Suspicion rent upon b man nt "v fcot temporary reputation an a riving the name or Lnwivnc- Wmlc who Joker by answering "both" Ho sat hud called on llinnka In Hid fVnliiR nnd , thrnmrh tlin Rimn pcRtntlo had Wen heard iuarrolinK with llnnaka ' ui"-'l MroU,n Ilio Roup, ecsinuc Durlnir the excitement Mrangr woman I through the roast, and rapt through who rIvm hir name -ia Ilmallr lxOrani". thn ,l,nprt Hnlv uhnn Jlolav.Harlurn appears and takM into hor own home mo dessert, uni) wncn iieisy-uaroara sere thr street all of Mrs Moore's I and Constance rose together, did he re- ir?hoInwr.r?o,nsnlar,aimn ."; pctuplrd and whoe brother was a favor- ute among the other rummer, vwuie t arretted is he Is a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

, .. tj u ' "r m iMravn wi r, - mxi ' . '.w , - i i .. --U ' ? . mW4 - . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE K ' ? X i MnMnoN&C' . SDIMSOI00L LESSON my K. O. BEL.L.E11S. Director of Kvnnltn iepnrtmc Chicago.) pnrtmcnt. tho Moody Bible Imtltute, LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 15. CHRI8T8 HATRED OF 8HAM8. T.K880N TEXT-I-uke 11ST-M. GOLDEN TEXT-"Ili not deceived; God la not mocked." Oal. til. This Is a strange breakfast cplsodo (to "dine" means literally, to break fast). Jesus accepted tbroo such invitations from tho Fbarlseos and vras accused of being a glutton and 'Wine bibber, Matt. 1119; Luko 7:30, 39, 44. In this Instance) we are told plainly (v. 64) -why ho had been asked to this feast. At a later tlmo, o. B, during the Passion week, Jesus deliv ered a special dlscourso against the Pharisees (Matt 23) In which he re peated many of the things wo study today. Must Be Clean. L False vs. True clemming (vr. 37 44). The orthodox Jew Is very punc tilious to avoid ceremonial uncloanll neaa. In Christ's tlmo ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

M" ,"i. .'"' I - . I D. rTi 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE PUBLISHED EVEKT rRIDAT JLj BARBOURV1LLE.KENTUOKY W. H. McDoxalu .... E6IT0K Y. 0. McUoxald, Asioc.Edi.tom XnUtwl in Meeoiul'Cteii lttr Fbrurj U, 1W4 at the lxtofflc t Iterboarvtllf. Ky., muter Act of Congrcit of March t, ls7. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman of the Republican Party In Knox County. (ftiioiial. In the scramble, make up and going to press, the force neglect ed to change the date 'from hist week's issue, the Oth, when it should have read the 13th. The "Devil" on the force is a little superstitious about that unlucky "13" anyway. SMILES BY ASSpCIATC EDITOR REVOLT Oh, hv wasl born in a stu pid to-day, with the heart of a pirate of old. to wander along in a tranquil way, all pining for gold; a-pining for fights of the grimest kind, on a redly ensan guined sea, wifh naught to ex cite my adventurous mind but the thrill of a five o'clock tea? I dream of the gleam of a fal chion sword and the thunderous rattle...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

r..v: r---'vys THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ) J". . BiSrt C'i'trcA tDiractorj !IIIKItl.ANIiniVKIIIIAITIiT mi; urn i:crj Pinulir In cmcIi nioiilh, MoniliiKHervlee 10:15 h. in Kvi-iitiisr " ..- SHMii .s.ililmth school .... . . MA ii. III. I'myi-r Mivilnir, Wertnrivluy ... . ':.) p. in V. ..,'. IIUTMIIN'. 1'iiMnr. KiiisTMirniinMsTiJi'isi.ni'.xi, i innii'ii Kirry Siinilfly In ini'li limiilh. MiirnlnitSeriiru ... Illil.ln. in. I'vclllllU " . iSll. in. Mil.lmth sYhml Vilia. m l'mrr MiTtnnr. Tliurwl.iy 7:J . in. M. II. I. M .V :inl. Mniiiliivn 7;:l. m. IIKV. K. II. OVKItl.Y. Pastor. cintismN t'liuiinn siiiivipk.s Miiriiliitf Hcrvlcii llama, in KvMilinr " .":;wp.m. s.ililmth St'hiKit Iii45n.nl. .Iiinlnr liinliMivnr ISWi.ni M.S. Win ken." run.. 'I urn.... 7:l p.in l'iii)T!rt'tinii. TtiriMlHy 7:1ft p. m Itr.V. J V. I.KION. 1'iiMnr. I'llKHllVTKIIIAN llllllfll HKItVKJKS I'lrxl iiml Tlilnl Siiiuliiy In ciich inonlh. MiiiihiikS.tvIi-1' Il:00ii. in. l'.i-iilnir " "Sl l. in. Siiuil.iy school :l."i ii. in....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

". i J '"ytt w$ THE. MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE J- The Degree Team Of Royal Airch Masons, left here Tuesday, and went i . T V Li ' , Va lfc J'x wf , i WILLIAM CARSON BLACK Grand High Priest. He is also Grand Priest of Kentucky. w. h. Mcdonald i S. D. and Master Second Vale. to Frankfort, where they put on all the Degrees Wednesday, and went to Lexington, where they put on the Degrees Thursday, and will return here is . The line up of the Team is as follows: William Garson, Black, - - High Priest. Robert W. Cole, r Captain of the Host. Rev. E. R. Overly, - Principal Sojourner. W. H. McDonald, S. D. and Master Second Vale. W. R. Marsee, Thomas D. Tinsley, W. C. Faulkner, Henry Gibson, W. H. Green, W. M. Tye, King. Scribe. Royal Arch Captain. Master Third Vale. Master First Vale. Master Ceremonies. We have not had the opportunity to learn from them, but it goes without saying that they had a great time. .-v y g &? ?k '. .. . i7 '' , w v 'r 'r ' 'r ' ' V HON. ROBERT W. COLE Captain of the Ho...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

T .. fc , ' 1 :',- - r . assssnr mff bhkt HP' L111111V If ' tmi . HwnwrwMjggMPjBI :"i; & 8. Time Table NORTH BOUND Nd. 12 Daily wept Sunday 1:52 p m Xo. '22 Daily, due 10:14 n m No. '.'4 Daily, due .11:44 p th SOUTH BOUND Mo. 11 Daily, except Sunday 0:4-3 a m No. L'l Daily, Due 3:30 n m No. 2t Dailv, due 3:58 p in X0"Street car leaves Hotel Jones tweutv minutes before schedule time for I rains Cutnborlanci &. & Company. TlMlfi TA.BL1K South Bound. TttAlNS: DAIET No. .'J. Lvc. Artemus 10:2G a m. No. 5, Lvc. Artemus 4:15 p m. No. :ii", Lve. " Sundays 7:30 a m. No. 37,. Lve. " Sundays 4-:15 p m. North Bound. No. t, Arr. Artemus 1:20 p in. No. (5. Arr. Artemus 0:35 p m. No. 3(5, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a m. No. 3S, Arr. " Sunday 6:30 p m. W. LI. STARKE, Gen. Pass. Agt T. II. HAYDEN, Gen. Mgr. I peKSONftb Good afternoon, vaccination? how's yonr Mr. I. M Tuesday. Robert W Jnrvis was in town Cole is in Frankfort this week. W. C. Black is out of town this week. M. A. Gray, of Corbin,...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

pi! ' W 7?1 fcj THE MOUNTAIN. , ApV(ATEr.rJ:rr:; ,,; ,. y --. r: ",i' P. h V i POLICY HELD TO BE EXTRAVAGANT '.MAJOR CRITICISM FOR STATE UNIVERSITY IN REPORT OF COMMITTEE. PRAISE MIXED WITH BLAME Suggested That Scientific Farming and Agricultural Training Be Con. fined To Experiment Station Pro. bers Into Charges Against Judge Sampson Find Fault Put Do Not' Recomme"3 Impeachment. (By Ernest W Helm I Frankfort, Ky. Various matter for -criticism are net out In the report of -the senate Investigation committee on its Inquiry Into affairs at State uni versity, though It Is said that In part conditions arc better than in the past. Discipline Is held to be lax and build ings uncleanly. Extravagancs is charged. The report says. "The university 3ays a woman living In Lexington for delivering 33 lectures a year of one hour's length each a salary of $1,000. Recently a bookkeeper was hired and paid at the rate of $3 an hour for 600 hours, a total of $1,800. Eighty-seven Instructors In the univ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

'! j ' " THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ABRAHAM LINCOLN DIE JOU Ofl FAB IK. v 7 Cliicf Sufferer Under the New Democratic Tariff. ft T iElici II m I 1'lrHHHmiwJri till f TafirIifBWlB1sBrBmT U 1 flurfflUII ftm 111 iWliBsPS3BKM i III IK Tlli.TTI WlHIILIljfTjll 1 tftjCrXi i m' rsPEBal I nfl UJJ LWii MwUtTrni SSSI. I avAi K fr- l' V ? k. f)! 'l c . a B.'- ? r ,1 r? $. i ft Ji J!'"'" II' .' jUi1 Tnlai HlMMV BORN FEBRUARY 12, 1809. DIED APRIL 15, 1865. LINCOLN'S LIFE AN INSPIRATION Why He Will for All Time Be Num bered With the Greatest of the Earth. HERB aro charac ters so croat that their memorials aro tributes to thoso who read them. . It is so with Abraham Lincoln. To pro serve a fame that Is undying, tho appropriation by congress of $2, 000,000 was not needed. As proof of n nation's grate ful appreciation It was wiso and gen erous. Wo hear much theso days of phil osophy, most of it not understandable. Thero aro societies that study pro foundly and profess to comprehend Theso circles aro small ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 February 1914

a .1 flKHN MCTO mr iftr, "' ,il ws racu f. .' PLOWS, plows, PLOW bbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbb? sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw W ' ''. TvPSSWisBBBBBi bbbbbbbbLV Hfr v' tM(HB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV No. 825, 1-horse Hillside, Syracuse Plows Solid Moleboard, Malable standard, extra share No. 362-horse Hillside, Syracuse Plows, Malable Standard with extra share; Only z Hal MmM nn n all pilP No. 226, Heavy 2-horse Hillside Syracuse Plows, with extra share No. 1464, 2-horse, Level Land Syracuse Plows with extra share, Bight kaad NOTE CAREFULLY $A.98f o ' $a bbbbbbbbbbbbbb No. 1364, 2-horse Level Land, Lyracuse Plows with extra share, Right hand 3 jffSBQK. m. m ct L '! A?lrV $ rJ rTT& BETS afsp$ tear. Jm 4"fJ Symcuse Piows all have Malable Staudards and Pointe V fasten on with two bolts: all nthora hn.o .-ct ct,,u..j. -w vw vuoi hJLcajLicimfO and only one boll to point. OU OW ' 11 'L. ' GROCERIES tit Patent Fhur, white as snow, Ilich - as Cream. j)it -nek. only Per barrel, only s I Mother' Mail, Km, - only...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

omdbtln i & X s'.T." OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vpl. Ill, No. 20. CTBCE3C BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. GRAND CHAP FER ROYAL ARCH. MASON ROYAL ARCH MA DEGREE TEAM BANQUETED SONS CONVENE Jlmiatf I CtCULATlt- ljffA S)fl$ Jill . - YrT7HIHHflflHIHIMHHMflHR r ir h .r V K- m t .1' : k ,1 r fiK ? 'v fc IS, , HON. JOHN C. LAY Our Member of The Legislature. Mr. Lay 1ms been a very busy mini since lie went to Frankfort, he has oll'ered several bills, and some amendments that have gone through the House; hen are a few of them : J He oll'ered an amendment making it compulsory to send children to school, until they reach the age of 10 years, which was adopted and became a law. 2 lie has introduced a bill t( repeal the "DOG TAX," giving back to "OldTige" his freedom. . A bill requiring the wife tt join in the signing of a note 01 bond, us in real estate transac tions. I A bill to require the Clerks of the County ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

r I. b T SFNATHR IN' hFNIAl "exican federals WkowERE dynamed PROBERS CI ASH 1ijoTsia7il " 3V jiHiHMMHMHMiiVHHHM - Vk fa v Ml HP GORE TE8TIFIE3 THAT WOMAN'8 T'v . Hfl Ohio Conareatman Wants Evidence ino nrMuer poiwn. I - fK- CHARGE 18 P-OT TO DE IBb l2rTJW mB(W Ruled Out Howell Asserts lnvet. MM 8TROY HIM. . HlifRC &JLJL. kt- gat'0n ' P"rtlMn' Sri rn 1 o n- tier-riii-. m unTri .Ka1ijafiB9liBiLii&-aiflHn&tttrL:- A. ft4 . Hancock, Mich. Bitterness was in ?J TELLS Or MELTING IN HUlfcL pMMpiWinHQniy Jectcd Into nnargumMit between Chair- Ua lliyFJ!iBlf!&!r!!! Ik 3fe 4 man "Taylor, ot ,no congressional sub- Utv . . SHPilTf'ti 3vjHHH5 UmXSJK. f commlttoo .'atestlgntlnfi tho copper K Oklahoma Lawmaker DecUre. Mr.. WR 7fM : RrllWynMH.W: -, ' ncr.' st.'.ko, and Congressman M Minnie E. Bond'. $50,000 Damage ihBH WW -Wll.HcHHIiHHkll'W Swltzcr. of Ohio a member, regarding B Suit I. Frame-Up on Part of Sev kigWiH tUillaM!BnSHHMHli.HiHRHliy. tho admission of certain testimony, e ' u...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

. imwmii g,iu7wrivwwsjvatjastfss pp&niPQPw& fjfjHV'f' ' -r . -ixt . . .to.., y, ric3& ' w ih(t fc teF'': S,5v ' V -, THE' MOUNTAIN' ADVOCATE : ( & 'l V. r Vfc fe' I: IF-FELLOW SERVANT .-1ivl LAW IS ERASED BILL ELIMINATING LIABILITY 8TATUTE 18 HALF THROUGH LEGISLATURE. ADVOCATED BY UNION LABOR Federal Investigation Aiked of Charge That Five Companies Have Formed Conspiracy To Control Fire Risk Business In Kentueky Other In surance Legislation Before Assem bly. (Uy Ernest W. Helm.) Frankfort, Ky. The fellow-'sprvant rule wilt be abolished In this stato if the senate passes tho bill adopted by the house This bill has been earn estly advocated by tho labor unions. The measuro passed two to one. It has been the rule of courts In Ken tucky since tho Institution of damage suits that where an employe of a cor poration or an Individual Is injured or killed through tho negligence of an other employe of tho same corpora tion or Individual working In the same capacity or grade o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

ilMBr ... , .- rmCZZL- m.. mountain advocate ' -, Tl' rj g- -- -I flHHPrjif V f BIMMWBgJwy-wd'lt""""l'fT1" wirrf7 lh j IW ' " " "" ) THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE TOBLI3HBD MKT FRIDAY AT BARBOURYILLE.KENTUCKY W. H. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Entered At Hecomt'OIM Mutter February U, lutM nt the rottomoe at Harbour vllle, Kjr., under Act of Oongreu of March 3. lsT. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ of the Republican Parly In Knox County. biloriai. There are some people in the world that are content with just anything in any way and there are many more that are not con tent witli any and all things that one could wish for. Some people aro born lucky, othcr9 rich, while somo it socnis are destined to go through the world as beasts of burden, or at least hewers of wood and drawers of water and bearers of burdens. Some cannot help it, others could if they would, but man comes into this world without his consent, and goes out against his own will. lie has no cont...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

) V V .It ; i Church Directory l.'irMIIKIII.A.VVniVRKIIAITl.tTrilttm'll Krery Aui4r fn mh month, t Mnrninirrert1s ...... .... . lO.On. m, Kwmnc .. ..... TMp.m Catitmtrt 6ekl .... ....... ......!." k. m. fraycr lrtlir. Wednesday - W p. rn. nnv.A.u. iiursoN. i-.i-mr. r'lliSTMRrilOlilHTKi'iW'Oi'Ai. lll'ltill Krry tn4a) In eh mnnth. Miirnlnifcnlf ...... .... . IOM m. Kvcnliiir ' .... .. ... :..' p. in. SuhlMtli Sihool . !.m, m I'mjiT MM-Hnr. Tliuriluv . fillip, in. M. II. t, 1st. 'Jnl. MiiiiiIms. 7;:i p. iii UEV. K. It. OVKIH.Y. I'mtur. rillllSTlAN HH'liHI SI'.IIVU'lN Miiriihiir Service . HUM m Kwnlnir " . .. f '"!'. ni. SuliliHth Hihool . (Mlu. ni. Junior I'.nilOHNor .. . Ilip.m H.M. Workers' Con., 'furs f.H'i. in I'iiijit MiTtini.TiifMliij ." T:ISp. in HRY..I W. l.liHiNrfti-lor. HtlNIIYTKIIIAN nil'HCII SKIlVK'i;- Ktrnt hikI Thlnl SiiiuIh In each niiinth. Murium: Sen Ire? IIMiit. ni. j l.tcnlnir " ;lp. m. j -iiinluy M'hnnl Win. in. I'iiijit Mr-ttluir, Wiilnriulit T.mp. Hi. lll'.V. IIII...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

mm HPHHHMHBHmHIMM9H ' JfsnnnnsBBslsBBsi w9ttP t Of all the-Gall, this Beats it All. Read every line. i , ; 'The forces nWich tend to disrupt society; that disregard all law ex cept that which is iovolted lorsellish purposes: the forces that would al low the powerful to plunder the weak and to strip tlie helpless ol the little which tht possess, were working hand in glove in an elT t l)o fore the Legislative ('oiiuinttee, t I'ranklort, to impeach lodge .Ninip sou upon various charges, wlnili they preletred and winch the at tempted to sustain lv eude.iie . i ipiestionahle nature. The erimiiiaW; tin. law breaker-, u. lined to impeach Indue Sam,i- i. Ii euifec lie, as ludge, is ativiii.i in. to enforce the low; Die corporations want linn im peached beoau-e he relnes to how to their will and to instruct pines to hull and return verdicts lor them, mid thus turn out ol court the weak unfortunates whoe tuaimtd form are crying out against the wrick les Hess uitd heaillessiiess of these cor 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. — 20 February 1914

.pirnm jjj, mmffjfjtr 'W Wp T JVO fa h3 nV 4. . v . 4 t 3 SJUM WSBt i. ''"aw jam- safe ivft. 1' & 1 Time Table NORTH DOUND ?t-'.ifJr TTJglll WflJ.' Ma No. i: Unily except v Sunday 1:62 p m No. U2 Daily, due 10:1 a m No. -1 Diiilv, due 11:4 p in SOUTH DOUNl) No. 11 Dailv, except Sunilny 0:W h tti No. 2 J Dailv, Due .ItfO n m Nil. 2.' Dailv, ilnc 3:58 p m 0 E'Vermillion is still improviofr, and it is thought he will be out again in about ten days. Mi. Pniihue Mnrtnlo linn been con. fined to her lird for the lint (ew days with cold nnd tonoilitit, but is im proving now, Mis llcrtlifi Hall, of Emanuel, in visiting in this city tins week the Kiiest of the Misses llnrlolo. Hoiin To Eva Mito hell nnd wife. n 10 pound j-irl, on the 17th day of J'ebrtmry; mother and bnbe nrc do iiiR well, and they tliink that with THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE -- - -.. . ... V . CMHiHkMM T'tfOsl,- if it, I. Cumberland Si. .5?. Company. TIME TA.BLIC South Hound. trains: iiaii.v No; 3, Lve. Artcmus ( 10:25 a in. N...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

1? THE MOUNTj ADVOCATE, r k JVik Kot x-J , (O-AV SYNOPSIS. Tommy North, returning to his room In Mr. Moore's boarding houso at 2 an a in., discovers th body of Cant. John Itnnskn, """"'.i ivwuiri, .villi n niiuu nvuim uu hl breast. Suspicion rts upon a man mnnt I.av ....... ..11. . l.ut. ......a... I ... . Riving ne nnin of Ijiwrenco wmir. wno mmu i-niiru uii iiniisKU in me ovum i.nu had been heard nuarrpllne with Hanska who gives her name as Rosalie LeUrance. iiiring me excitement a strain tre nomnn npponrs and takes Into her own home across the street all of Mrs. Moore's boarders, Including Miss EstrllU. an In valid, who wos confined to the room she occupied and whose brother was a favor Ite anions tho other boarders. Wade Is arrested as he Is about to leave. trt toun try. Mrs. LeGrnnffe, who. while plylnc her trade as a trance medium, had aided 1'ollce Inspector Martin Mcflee several times, calls at his onion to tell what sho knows of the crime While she Is there, Constance Hnnsk...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

J ; . ''Jr ' naBHwrr ill. sv. A" 3 GEORGE W LETTER HELD AS Signature of George Washington Makes It Invaluable to Its Owner. A LETTER Blgncd by George Wash ington la an holrloom In tho fam ily of William H. Paret, trreat estate man of Kansas City. .llr. Paret .re ceived the letter from his father, the late William Halo Paret, Episcopal Fac Simile of Signature of George Washington, bishop of Maryland, who in turn had it from his father, a resident of New York City. The letter follows: "Headquarters, 3d December, 1782. Dear Sir: Your favors of tho 21st September and 24th and 26th October camo regularly to han.dt as, they con tained only intelligence oCtho move ments of tho enemy's' flcefc.'and re quired no particular answer, I did not think it worth while to glVo tho Chain of Expressos the trouble of riding the whole way back to you. "You must havo seen the resolve of congress by which 'Captain Asglll was released. All things considered, I question whether tho determination of congress...

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