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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 February 1914

SB Wagons! k .w MBilhwo,ltft,j4i,iitii. LwaliTlll. Ky Onumtoi boi of yoof "oLDItlOt CRT wtjron Ut tuti bn In u IS Trt witb ml hftvlmr Ui urn met. They r tbe tt put apwbMlilmrMw, aj r lb euiMt rnau&f oo I vr bitched to. liMnkwithoutanj t irttoa tbty ar urn bwt w wot In tb wria Y wars truly, JHO.L.&AMU. Read What Mr. Earale Says ,coniMnndiMnt.iiowjonih.tupriorMiitiiof iheoi.D CjiMinch Oict MicKory W & fit oris comolete $,4W7.50 !KOKV". Vou will And J ml Mf. Krl did Ibat Ibfse wagons y7i'' -.-a uiiiuv " wgv VUllipiWlW r ,v' - stronger tod mora durable, Inn ney r made from bettar Jr 1 a erlal and tr better Ironsd than other wasns and that's wbr tnsr 11 and then - im'Uttuv T kvT lr SJS GlV TIIIS PICTURE Is made from an eisct photograph of the 'OLD HICKORY" wagon and while It Is a truthful Illustration In erery way. It Isn't possible to show up all the points of superiority .of these imn by any cut, however (fowl. You must oe the "OLD UIOKOHY" to really apprcclato Us splendid ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

; mr r ryr KrwwmrmnMWErA mmayr ? 'iJ .C 'L-. -v ' . ' fflfttibin 4 ttoMe. OI-MCIAL OHdAN OK THR RKPUBLtCAN I'ARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 21. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. Sb r St!1 Ladies Aid M. E. Church BAPTIST CHURCH. CIRCULATION I'lfpjf ( jk m M iTB ftv I OIRCCi-ATIOtf I ' 1,750 J ' K ,1 t,-A !- 6 KV t,r. ii- SEN. JOE F. BOSWORTH Senator From The Seven-teenth District. Hon .1. F. Bosworth, our Senator from this district, is doing sonu business at Frankfort, and is one of the busiest men in that city. Ilo has never let up on Ins pet measure, the "Good Road Bill," and it looks like he is sure going to get some legislation on that subject this time, and many other things that-we would like to eall your attention to, especially one in which it has been go ing the rounds that hois a whiskey man and would vote with them; we want to say to the readers of the Advocate that he is not an advocate of whiskev. and that lie vote...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

.THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i ' r it it s I i KY? RAILROAD BILLS BECOME STALLED FLAT RATE AND CAR LIMIT MEAS URES PUT IN COLD STORAGE. PROTESTS FROM MINORITY Bill Providing Commission Form of Government For State and Reducing the Membership of General Assem bly Reported Without Expression of Opinion and Then Recommitted. ill Kmest W Helm ) Frankfort. Ky. The Hemline of two railroad bills to the "morgue" wns the occasion for Impassioned nilnorto protests In the senate. The Finn bill, giving the railroad commission author ity to fix flat rates, was reported un favorably ami went In the discard without it roll call. The minority tried to reopen consideration without success. The U'illlams car limit bill had almost tlje same fate, action be ing postponed Indefinitely by a vote of 19 to 12. The anti-pass bill Is In the. hBnds of u committee. The bill of Senator Durham extending suffrage to women received a favorable report. The bill of Senator Moore, providing commission form of government fo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

- '"i At" ';., t , i ' s'-jr fp t ' ,.-. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE1 ?Hj . K ,? '?. ft n ?y. K. BIG LOSS FROM , PUTRID FORAGE EXPERIMENT STATION ISSUES BULLETIN ON DISEASE PRE- VALENT IN WINTER. REMEDY IS IN PREVENTION High Grade Ensilage Can Be Fed All Livestock With Impunity, But Prop, er Curing of Provender Is Depend ent on Construction of the 8II0, 8ays Expert. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky. The Kentucky ex periment station linn just Issued a bul letin by E. W. Mummn, of tho veter inary department, dealing with forage of livestock. He says: "In the laat two months numerous letters have heen received from farmers reporting the presenco of this dlscaso In n very virulent form, resulting In tho loss of large numbers of animals. So mo out breaks havo occurred, so sudden and fatal In their onset, that owners havo suspected malicious poisoning. Exam ination of tho stomach contents of the animals fatally affected eliminated this suspicion. Ensilage of a high grade can ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

- THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE THE MOUNTAIN AbYOCATE PUBLISHED EVSKT FRIDAT AT BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Wt H. McDoxald. Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Entered nt Hecond-Clan Matter February It, l&OI nt the Postofflce at IlarbourTllle, Ky., under Act of CongreMof March 3, 1S7V. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the ReptiDllcan Party In Knox County. (ftilorial. Who is Boss of the Roost? TllK Lohu probably knew what lie was doing wben in putting the finishing touch on the terrcstml ani mal life, be gave all the beauty nnd the color to the male. Whenever there is a distinction it is the male who is bedecked, and never his nintc. Man early observed nnd followed this hunt.li of creation. To-day among the savages, where ever found, bright colors and all manner of ornamentation is the ex clusive privilege of the male his consort must be content with her natural grace. And dating back to the liiblical days it was always the man who was deified and adorned, and oming down ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

vHPHflk , J j vr t PHe !8LIE EL THB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 W Church 'Directory wMMllKRI.ANDRtVKK BAPTIST ClltiltCll f Every Buadaj Id esoh month, HnrnlnR HrrU . 10 M a. ra. Ktentnff . 7 JO p. m VMahhath Finka) 9 (A a. m. rrayer ucetmr, v e-anciy ... . m p. in. HKV.A.C.IIUTfON. Pastor. - ! KIKS iitufupTnnntiiT niiQrmta I. f IIITItcll I Kvcrj Sunday In inch month. t MornlneServlea - 10.a. m. Fvonlng " Sabbath School ... ., Prayer Meeting. Thursday M. II. C "SM p. m. 9,10 a. m 7 10 p in. Int. 3rd. Monchnn, 7 lip ra. HKV. K. It. OVKIU.Y Pastor UlllllfTlAN UllUltCII SKIIVU'KS I Morning Scr Ice . IHu m Ricninic " T'P ra. f Sabbath School lirtum t Junior Knilcavor 1 W p m ' H. t. Workers' Con.. Tiles. 7 U) p. m i Prayer. Mcitlnir, Tin day 7 II p. ra HE V.J W I.UION. PaUr j ', ' IMIKSHYTKK1AN CHURCH SKIl l( BS First and Third Sumliiy In each mnnth. Morning Scr ice lliWu.in. I Kcnlnr " - ... '-'I' m. Sunday School "ia m. Prayer Meeting, WimIimsOiiv " ' P ni ' HKV. HOIIT. I.. IlllOW V Pastor. ME...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

). V .1 ( L & N. Time Table "NORTH BOUND Ko. 12 Daily except Sunday 1;52 p m No. 22 Daily, due 10:14 a m No. 24 Dnilv, due. ll: p m SOUTH BOUND No. 31 Daily, except Sandfly G:3 n m No. 21 Daily, Due 3:30 n m iNO. o uauv, uuc ." "i fSTStrect car leaves Hotel Jones twenty minutes before schedule time for trains Cumberland ii. Si Company TIM 10 TA.BL.IB South Mound. trains: iaily No. 3, Lve. Artcinus 10:25 a m. No. 5, Lvc. Art emu's 4:10 p m. No. 3j, Lvc. " Sundays 7:30 a m. No. 37, Lvc. " Sundays :lfi p m. North Bound. No. 4, Arr. Artcmus 1:20 p m. No. G. Arr. Artenuis 0:33 p m. No. 3G, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a in. No. 3S, Arr. " Sunday G:30 p m. V. B. ?TARKE, Gen. Pass. Agt T, II. HAYDEN, Gen. Mgr. 7) -I f--9999d, '.it PSRSONftb v 3.9-3e-tf6tr?r?3eefc Mrs Bd Dishman and son arc in Louisville this week. Mrs Charles Davis is visiting in Lexington this week. s Mrs A Y Payne is spending a part of this week in Louisville. olm II Dethcrage has moved to the Black addition of town. I)r Parke...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I I I c b IkRed Buttoiv by Will Irwin AUTHOR OF THE CITY THAT WAS, ETC. illustrated bv Harry R.Grissinger COPYRIGHT 1912. BOBBS-MERRILL C? SYNOPSIS. Tommr North, returning to Ills room In Mrs. Moore's boarding house at !.) 11. m.. discovers the body of Cnpt. John Hnnskn, mother roomer, with n knife wounJ on his brrnst. Suspicion rests upon n man Riving the name of Lawrence Waile. who Fid rnllrd on Hanskn In the evening ami ns.il been lienrd quarreling with Hansks. During the excitement n stranne woman who gives her name as ltosalte trfOrange. appears and takes Into her own home E cross the street all of Mrs. Moore's oardeis. Including Miss Estrllla. an In alkl, who was confined to the room h occupied and whose brother was n favor Ite nmnng tho other boarders. Wade Is arrested ns he is about to leave tho coun try. Mrs. Letlrnnge. who. while plvlng lier trade as n trance medium, had allien Police Insnectnr Mnrtln M!w several 1 times, calls at his offlco to tell w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

1 tf v THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t. w K. '. tV. V i fl Permanent Peace Between All Peoples Dy EDWARD BERWICK Amf FraMc at l Amfliua School Peat trtmt basis of rhnplc justice is the wildest of nil wild theories. Fortunately, lm-vcer, the centenary of the treaty of CJhent, which vc this year cele brate, provides us not with "a theory hut with a condition," which has reniniticd a world fact for 100 years. In 1814 it was agreed by the terms of the above treaty that no war iships should be built, equipped or maintained on the great lakes which form so largo n part of the boundary between the United Stales of Amer ica and the dominions of Oreat Uritain in Canada; except that four small patrol vessels, or revenue cutlers, armed with one gun apiece, might be kept afloat by each power. Later this amicable understanding was fo ' enlarged that not n fortress was built to protect any part of the 3,000-milc division lino between Canada and the United States. That the preparation for peace hns succes...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 February 1914

r'. " TKsttt3 ImZ I i itfcd HAa ir n jts .. p )&lmim'tef& J3h wriin tuMtaww37''4iiin r Read What Mr. Eargle Says ?&,-" "'L -'V '''v x. &'"'" ' '" : " '''' " -v4 , .. ... . JJaQn wf vv .;' with a jr-A,T wuvn i . ., . -4 ... Old pi i ' - mam Hickory Wagons Onuetoen -1 b oa of yonr "OLD niOIC OUT' wMtont tblbta In aw iSyvara, with out burin tb tlm rvtrt, Tby fcr lh belt put op wbtein I rr w, mod r tb frtslMt running wtfoni ITtr hltctmllo. 1 tblnk ltliout ny k Ciloo tb Art lb irttstwKiroai in tb wotlJ, jo L carols. ninch Old HicKory Wagons complete $"7.50 flnd thncomln ami lt in iliow 70a th miotrtor qualities of thn "OLD J UIGKOKY". Yoawlllll idutas Mr. i irsle did that tbrte vranont !"l are stronger and mors curable, became .licy arc made from better 1UB1VIIB4 auu Ml v vvtioi , .in. IUHH v,ui, nnuiii nuu iuiii n u j .j tf iv atleh nomnlta a -Inflation. Come In and sou m. wy b Wwbwbt rli wwraewrar rTmc mrninr 1. .j. . ..... .1... .. .. . Ah. wsL uauc Hum uu c&oiii 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. — 6 March 1914

V- i ' t JlMtif aiti OUB CIRCULATION THIB WEEK 1,750 'xmimms&r OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 22. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH G, 191, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. mminU. U OCR m fcM H CIRCULATION I jf ,1 Fj T1U8 WI2EK I Q r y 1,750 iiyi'L &&mmm 7 ' 1 fe r . A' & 2S low price drug ""store:. 1HAVE just opened up a new and complete Medicines and Druggist Sundries, at my the profits with my customers. MERITS Of Tax System Shown by Getting Increased Returns', Ohio Commis sion Declares. Personal Property Is Soar inn 1V Leaps and Bounds; llomillon County Comes Porwurd with 62 Ad vance Over Year of 1913. The following taken from Sun day's Cincinnati Enquirer gives .some idea of the splendid results that follow the new taxing system which has been in vogue in Ohio long enough to test its merits. The report, made by the Commission on the effect of the new law in opera tion should be especially interesting to the people ol ...

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 March 1914

I . '. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE .1 SMI STOPS TRAFFIC TRAIN3 ARE LOST IN SNOVV- JSTORM, LINERS CANNOT EN- TER OR LEAVE PORT. 15 PERSONS LOSE LIVES eastern Blizzard Worst In Quarter of Century Scores of People Injured Milk Famino Threatened New York Isolated. Now York, March 4. More tban Of toon persons nro dead, scores hure boon Injured nnd hundreds nro In peril on Innd and sea In a bllzznrd which has been sweeping tho Atlantic sea board for SI hours. Dustiness In this city was paralyzed on Monday. Fourteen Inches of snow has fallen. Hall traffic Is at a stand--still and wire communication Is badly crippled. Dawn found this city Isolated. Tele graph nnd telephone service was badly crippled, many wires going down lu itho wind and snow. ScoreH of trains bearing commuters .'Into tho city were blockaded. Street -car and elevated traffic was seriously Impaired. Hundreds of miles of city .streets were absolutely Impassable. ;Slx vessels wero reported to have txjen wrecked In the gale off tho ...

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 March 1914

rc '3' THE 'MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 3 . f' J- t: JET ' V , .' fe J A :': f -If- ' PROCLAMATION ON SMALLPOX i STATE HEALTH BOARD URGES VACCINATION A8 ONLY SURE PREVENTIVE. SAFETY IN YHREE SCARS Never a Life or an Arm Lost Through the Practice In Kentucky Quaran tine Against Individual Cases Pro nounced Useless. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Howling (Jreon, Ky. In a bulletin to tho pcoplo of Kentucky tho state board of health says: "A few cases of small pox oxlat In most of the counties of Kentucky. This loathsomo dlscnso can only occur In people who have not been vaccinated.- Quarantines against Individual cases of smallpox Is oxpcnslro and useless, as It only gives n, false senso of security. No ono who haa been properly vaccinated In at least three places on the arm has ever had smallpox in Kentucky. There has never been nn drm nor a llfo lost from vaccination In Kentucky. Properly dono by a competent physi cian. It la devoid of danger, Is Inex pensive and Is the only preventive ...

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 March 1914

W. H. McDonalu V. 0. McUoNALll, Assoc KuiTon En i to n Kntertd w Mi ji Pin Mutter February 19, IvOI nt the I'uitofflco nt UnrbourTllle. Ky., under Act of Cong-ret of March 8, H7v. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance I The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. 05biloriaf. WELL, WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK? It is nmusui,' to n true American, one who is born in this land of lib crty, in the land of the free and the home of the brave, to read tin many articles in the various Catholic papers oil over the Unitci States, plugging at the Mountnit Advocate. One of them, publishn in New York, dattd February 11th 1014, has for its title in large tjpi "The Live Iue;" it tahes a crack n the Mountain Advocate under thi large hen 1 lints "Socialistic aggitn tion given Cold Reception;" and altei ranting nnd raving about them lot sometime, abusing the Socialist, it sail in in the same article on tin Mountain Advocate as follows: "Only a few weeks ago the Mountai Advocate, of llarbourville, K...

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 March 1914

m: ,:' '" W- THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r Sheriffs Sale. Arnold-Hcnnegnr-Doyle Co, Pith. vs. Simon Pence Deft. I, or one of my deputies, will nt the front door of the Court house, in Barbourville, Kentucky, about 1 o'clock p m, on Monday, March 23, 10H, expose to public sale, to the high est and best bidder, so much of the land set out herein1 as is necessary to make the sum of $280.40, on a credit of three months with np proved security, under and by vir tue of an execution which issued (from the office of the Circuit Court Glcrk of Knot county, on the 13th day of January, 19H, and by vir tue of a Vendition, Exponas, whicl issued in the above styled action, from the office of the Cfcrk of the Knox Circuit Court on the 17th day of February, 191-1. Said lands arc situated on the waters of Lynn Camp creek in Knox county, Kentucky, and arc bounded ns follows: On the north by the lands of Harriett Terrell, on the cast by tin lands ofElisha Perkins, on the west by the county road leading to C...

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 March 1914

I I ft. C lurch 'Directory g (.1 MBKHlMVNtlltlVbltllAI'nsrCKL'IICIl Rxery gtithlu) In raeb month. 10-41 a m. 'M p. tu. r.4Sa ra. . T:i) . in. Moraine- !iMce tbeiiina abhetk tw Prayer Mccitur, Weduetday "V a w fd!aE?2E??g? KKV A.0. 1IUTSON. I'attor. HKHT MkTIlODlsr B.'teCOl'AI. CHIMUH Kcr) frundy In ouch month. Mornltm Sn le 10.15 a m. Xrctilnr " T.llp. m. Mbbath 4itanwl VMi. m Prayer Mretirnf. Thiiriluy - ":.! m. M B r, lt .V Jul. Monday, .i:!li in. UKV. K. It. OVKIU.Y. I'astor hri"TI riiriirn skhviokx Mortiinit Snlif IHln in gvenlnn " . " J"P m. Sabbath School v 15 a. tn. Junior EmlMMir l-Wp-m ft ri Wiukm'tiui.. Tur TtUp.tn1 PrdM-r M-( tin. Tiii-wlm . V- ni KK J. W. UPON. l'ntor I PHE-UTERIAN Clll Itl'H 'KIIVIC K rtmatid Third Sumla m cacti month. 11-00 a m. i :,) p. m. ' V 4i a m. 7 TO p in. I Mornlnv W veninc Sunday eehoul Prai-r Meetlnir W'ilntla HEV KOI1T. I.. II ROW N. l'aitor METHOD!? r EI'IM-OI'A M lIUllCIISOl'Til Veiiim! anil Fourth Mitnla in each Month. ll.ii) u. m. 7 Wp. ...

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 March 1914

wir 'V ) J ( V. r :fc A' ti A I L. & N. Time Table NORTH BOUND No. It" Daily except Sunday 1:52 p m No. 22 Daily, clue 10:14 a m No. 21- Dailv, ilue ll:4i p m SOUTH BOUND No. 31 Daily, except Sunday 6:43 a ni No. 21 Daily, Due 3:30 a m No. 23 Dailv, due 3:58 p m tSSrcct car leaves Hotel Jones twenty minutes before schedule time for 1 rnin 8 Cumberland ft. ft. Company. time TA.nr.jro South Hound. TltAINS: DAIM No, 3, I.vc. Artcmus 10:25 a m. No. 5, I.vc. Artcmus 4:15 p in. No. .'!.", I.vc. " Sundays 7:30 a m. No. 37, f.ve. " Sundays 4!15 p m. North Bound. No. 4, Arr. Artemus 1:20 p tn. No, 0 Arr. Artcmus 0:35 p m. Nn :i(i. Arr. " Sundav 9:40 n m No 38. rr " Sundav 6:30 p ir V. 11. STARKR, Gen Pass. Agi T. II."llAYDIJN,Gen. Mgr. j-Mce-geeete FeRSONftb -ja-ietfe? ? e' . Ladies' Basket Ball Saturday night. Jim Hiiiklc was in Harlan several days of Inst week.' V. W. Tinslev is in London this week en official business. . ' 12. J. Scwell, of Warren, was in town Tuesday of this week. Na...

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 March 1914

JL THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r SYNOPSIS. Tommv North, rntnrntnf to his room In Mr. Moore' bournm houne at : 30 a m.. discovers the body pf Cnpt John "&k; !hl bresst Suspicion rests upon a man (tlvlne the nun ot tawrence. Wnde. who had rolled on Ilnnska In the evening and .had been heard quarreling with llnnska. During the excitement n strange womsn hi dual h.r nam nHiilt tWlrAM. 4IWMICT rWIHCT. Willi l.llliw muim appearn and takes Into her own homi across the street all of Mrs. Moore" 'boarders. Including Miss nstrlll.i, an In valid, who whs conflnetl to the room !w occupied and whose brother wiis afavor llte imiinr the other boarders Wade Is .arrested as he Is about to leave the coun try Mrs. teOrang-e. who. while plyln iher trade as a trance medium, had aided IPollce Inspector Martin McClee several times, calls at his office to tell what she 'knows of the crime While she Is there. 'Constance Hnnsk-, widow of the murder ed man. whose existence had been un known, appears Mrs llatisk...

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 March 1914

y i i N u W l Per ?f K fc (STFcFOSBKASY Hr-PEOPt&-f JOSEPH C. looks llko him, yuh talks llko him and.yuh walks llko him." "Well, Aunt Betsy, what ofllco did ho ever hold?" Inquired Allen. "Jos' do same ofllco you hold, Marso John," replied Aunt llotsy. "As long as Ah kin dlsroraomber, ho was a candldato." REPRESENTATIVE HUMPHREY'S FIRST CASE When Representative W K. Humph rey of the First district of Washington Isn't In congress ho practices law for a living but ho has been In congress for 11 years. However, he spent long years at tho bar, but they and the sub sequent service in congress, have failed to dim tho recollection of his first cnr.o. Ho doesn't tell It, ono has to got Mrs Humphrey to do that Hero It Is: It was back In Indlann, the stato of tho nativity of most far western states men, whero they breed politicians as Massachusetts breeds highbrows. Mr Humphrey had Just hung out his shln glo when ho was retained In a small enso beforo a county Justice of tho peacp. This J...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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