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

."ft .7nm - mm -, ! THE PROQFnHEPUDDlHG 034inch Old Hickory Wagons complete tMl Miff, thtllvls. MUn IWO. lltU 11U Ktatuck) wfran Mrir to., LuullTlU, K. UDtlmn I b? t ooe of your W In. wwn, which Ittf uiJ oouttantly for II jetn. It ba nTr bwnkri)tundiFroof,na 1 bftuledt cordi of 4 (t. niApIv wood ou poi dIq mil tubulin its istbjMf. Itftsttlltfcoualwagoa uu ttrrau yuuntrei-i-octfuiiT, CIUIII.LS OSTIU1N IS IN EATING 1300 B 2 34 inch Old Hickory Wagons, Running: gear only I A 1 FULL 1 STOCK 1 ON I QAHD TUP RFCT PRflflF Of the Unoqnaled Qnsl. iUL DLOl mUUr ity uf the -010 NlCkOir wagon It In Its record of serrice nil over lh country 30, Si and 10 years of wagon Ufno lion repair ripensa only a few cents a year almost nothing. THE TESTIMONY S!t,;Sd,0,.ulSSSfiS proof that the quality of "OLD niCKOlY" waRons is bull t In. built In by tho best wagon builders to be found anywhere, aslng the choicest air Reasoned wood stock, selected and Inspected many times, substantially Ironed, handsomely an...

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 March 1914

Ti , w mmMn oun CIRCULATION1 TltlB WEEK 1,750 m&mm& OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNO COUNTY MmttMt ! CIRCULATION I jTBl , 11 tfjffc P US LJH I JE VJf7 WV rWC i 5c t M KV k" T " A New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 23. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914, . . "" i 2.J 2iiS5S:SsSSsS .S&iSwSJSxgJgiSsSSsS1! ILMI "sr Atp r IIL LOW PR "-a. ST DRUG Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. "Tt.3-aB.!i-:5aaj.)t 3-Sta.-Cki K.1L. a"".- -?j-iwcc-"'oa.Qv 1HAVE just opened up a new and complete line of Proprietary Medicines and Druggist Sundries, at ray old stand, and will share the profits with my customers. J. FRANK HAWN. Si3SSS5S$S3SsSs ROSS THOMPSON ACQUITTED Younq Knox County Lawyer Overcomes Race Preju- (Ilceln Trial at Atlanta, Georgia. B. C. MILNER Senior Civil Engineer On Rail, road Valuation, of Louis ville, Appointed to Head Held Work in South. BISHOP THOMAS BOW MAN BURIED AT GREENCASTLE Notice of the appointment of B. C. Milncr, of Louisville, former rail re id man and wide...

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 March 1914

H THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rc MANY DIE IN ROE "-l FLYING OVER THE ALPS IN AN AEROPLANE FLAMES SWEEP HONDURAS CITY FOURTEEN BODIES RECOVERED 28 ARE 8TILL IN DEBRIS OF ST. LOUIS CLUB. And Cause Loss Estimated at $1,000,- RESCUERS WORK ALL NIGHT t Seven-Story Building Occupied by the Missouri Athletic Club Destroyed Dozen Men Slide Down Rope to Safety. St. Louis March 11 Forty men uro known to hnvo perished ami 29 wero Injured In a flro that destroyed the seven-story building occupied by thu Missouri Athletic club on Monday fourteen bodies worn recovered. 26 are missing. The building was owned by tlio i lloatmen's bank, which occupied part I of the first floor. The bank opened temporary quarters in a building four blocks away. In the vaults of tho burned building, officials miltl, are $1, 349,000 In currency and $27,000 In coin. This money, It Is believed. Is Intact. I The cnueo of the tiro is unknown ' Assistant Flro Chlof Tucker said h ' found the floor about the desk of the clerk caved...

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 March 1914

'-' fr :-m Mi V v Ireland, thanks to the saint's eloquence and fervor, becania a Chrlstlap coun try. His graiu wort: accomplished St. IUtrlck died at Downpatriclc. March IT, 468, It Is said. HIS GREAT LOVE F0Rf HIS PEOPLE St. Patrick's Confession Shows How Ardently He Longed for Their Welfare. Rplttlo Has Been Declared Worthy of the Greatest of the Teachers of the Word Breastplate of Prayer a Short Litany His 8ynod. HOW yearningly St Patrick lovod his peoplo may be learned from tho following passage in his Confes sion, worthy of St Augustine or St. Paul: "If I have ever dono any good for tho sako of my God, whom I lovo, I beg him to grant mo that I may shed my blood with these proselytes and captives for his sake, even though I should never receive burial, or each mombor of my body should bo most horribly thrown to tho dogs and wild beasts, or the birds of prey should feed upon It." (Par. 24.) His Confession ends with these words: "And this Is my confession before I die." (Par. 25.)...

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 March 1914

'4 V fu&.-r m FTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE , , i J h POBLIsiED KVEKY FRIDAY AT i JBARBUrRVlLLE,KENTUCRV V. H. McDonald Editok k V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor - Kntontl n Hecuml-ainn Mnttrr h'rbriKiry la, lwH nt the IVntoillee nt lUirlKutrvlU'', Ky under Act of Congm of MHrcli S, JsT. Ono Dollar L'er Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parlv In finox (oimty. biiori;u. L.' WHAT WILL HIS FUTURE BE? We have been asked the question many times, .since the impeachment proceedings were brought and di missed against Judge Sampson, what he would do in the future; that is, whether or not he will be a candidate for re-election. We do not know, and we would not be abso lutely safe in saying ju-t what tin Judge is going to do, but we wii wager a doughnut that none of the fellow who took part in the impeach ment proceedings will succeed him. What was it that the Committct said in reviewing this case? "Tin Voter uf the District are iutelligeir people, and we believe we ought ti let 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. — 13 March 1914

iMaHaWnstZ- 1 1 ' iRm-' , . ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVO.CATE f M t !tfr fc Church jDtreciory ':UMIlKULANDIltVEUUAPTI8TCHOnCU Kvory Sunday In each month. ,,,,... in.tft a. m. Mernlnir Service Ihrnlinr " H.ililmtli ficliool K f , 7 JO p. m. .P.5. ra. I'raj or Mectlnir, Wc(lno8ilay. 7s20 p. m. ltUV.A.C. 1IUT80N, r-Mtor. nitsTMr.TitonisTnriscoPArjCiinitcii IScrj HunJuyln caah month. Mornlwr tor ico ...10i n. m. Kvonlnif " 7J0p.m. tultlntli S.liool . J0o.m I'micr Mi-utliitr. Thursday 7:M p. m. M. II. I'.. 1st. & 3rd. Mondays, 7:30 p. m. KKV. ',. It. OVKIUY. Pastor. CIIHI8TIAN OIIUIICII 8EIIV1CE3 .. 11-00n.m ,...... .7i 30 p.m. .......... 9 45 a.m. 1.30 p. in Morning Sen Ico, t'.uinlnir " Snbliitli School . Junior l'.iu!ciior .. H.S. "OiRcrs'i-oii., iuub, I'rtt or Jl cot Inir. Tuesday, HIiV . 70 p, in , 7.15 P. ni J. W. MOON, Pastor. PIlHSllVTEltlAN CHUltCIt SEUVlCEay First and Third Sunday In each month. Mornlnif Hen Ito .. m " m' IhciiliiK " '.rV'm' S.ni.l.i) School i?0m Pro) or Mvctlnir, W...

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

. . - - JWaaaaaaaag! 1 ' ' hi in Sr, ! fc if fe Li atsffs bbbbbbL' BaKCL aaB" Sheriffs Sale. Pltfi. Arnold Henncgar-Doyle Co, Simon Pence Deft. I, or one of my deputies, will nt the front door of the Court house, in Darhnurviltc, Kentucky, about 1 o'clock p m, en M.milttv, MnrJi23, 19U, expose tn public sale, to the high est and best bidder, so much of the land set out herein as is necessary to make the sum of $280 40, on n credit of three months with ap proved security, under anil by vir tue ol nn execution which issued from the office of the Circuit Court Clerk of Knox county, on the 13th day of Innunry, 1914, and by vir tue of n Vendition, Exponas, which issued in the above styled action, from the office of the Cferk of the Knox Circuit Court on the 17th day of February, 1914. Said lands are situated on the waters of Lynn Camp creek in Knox county, Kentucky, and are bounded as follows: On the north by the lands of Harriett Terrell, on the east by the Innds of Elishn Perkins, on t...

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 March 1914

!?. ? y a . kind L. & N. Time Table NORTH BOUND No. 12 Daily except Sunday 1:62 p tu No. 22 Daily, due 10:14 a nt No. 24 Daily, due 11:44 p m SOUTH BOUND No. 11 Daily, except Sunday 0:43 n m No. 21 Daily, Due 3:30 a m No. 23 Dailr, due 3:58 p.m Jeff-Street car leaves Hotel Jones twenty minutes before schedule time for trains Cumberland Si. & Company. TIME TA.BL.E South Bound. TKAI.N3: DAILY No. 3, Lvc. Artcmus 10:25 n m. No. 5, Lvc. Artemus 4:15 p ra. No. 35, Lvc. " Sundays 7:30 a ra. No. 37, Lvc. " Sundays 4:15 p m. North Bound. No. 4, Arr. Artemus 1:20 p m. No. G. Arr. Artemus 6:35 p m. No. 36, Arr. " Sunday 9:4b a m. No 38, Arr. " Sunday 6:30 p m. W. B. STARKE, Gen. Pass. Agt T, H. HAYDEN, Gen. Mgr.' WHITLEY CITY COUN TY SEAT OF M'CREARY COUNTY Decision by Judge Stout Paris, Ky., Mnr.10.-( Special ) The bitter contest between Whitley City nnd Pine Knot for the county seat of McCreary county was brought to a close to-night when Judge Stout, prcsidingat the March term of th...

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 March 1914

P.- .- - " . - ', if l'"Jij The ii6tj'jl'tAiifXDVoc!AfiE" P Tlv .. I SYNOPSIS. I Tommr North, rfturnlnc to his room In I Mrs. Moore's boardlnic house at J.M a. in.. , u mum. mt.-, su.u .,..., ,, discovers the boly of (pt John Hnnsku, mako me want to shut my mouth an Mother room.r. with knife wound on nover ..n vou anvthln' at all. Wade! Sis breast. Suspicion rests upon a man neer le" jou anyinin ui mi. "" rtvlnn the namn of Idwrrnce Wade, who A cop can t keep two Ideas In his ffiSWan r "' "j8 "m" t'me' "!. Iurlnr the excltemrnt a strange womaa nioro'n a horse. Martin McGCC, you who elves her name ns Ilnulte l.earano. I gtcn an- jon-t ,ou gny a Word until appears and takes Into her own home. ,,... , . i acioss the street all of Mrs. Moore's I'm through." With a logical Con boarders, including Miss Estrllla. an In- SOcutlveness almost surprising In Itos valid, who was confined to the room she , orcuDlnt and whose brother was a. favor- i alle, sho stated nor case irom ino tte pimon? th...

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 March 1914

a. UJh J K ? jnBKCtlouiJ HBSSSSsKSsSkX!' 'L WET FACTION MEETS DEFEAT FIRST COUNTY UNIT BILL Q0E8 TO GOVERNOR FOR SIGNATURE. LOCAL OPTION MADE EASIER Dill Provides That 25 Per Cent of Voters of a County Instead of a Pre cinct May Call An Election. (Hy Ilrneat V. Helm.) Frankfort, Ky. The pdvocntes of Intoxicating llipiors were defeated overwholmfngly In tho house when tho Frost county unit hill passed, 72 to 22. The hill, having passed the senate, Bqes to Gov. McCreary for his signa ture. Representative Judy, of Montgomery county, called tho statewide prohibi tion hill from the Utiles Committee to put It on Its passago. This measure would hne passed, hut It was so crudely drawn that It had to he re committed to bo put Into shape. It was made a special order for Thurs day. Tho rout of tho wet faction In the legislature this Bcsslon has been com plete, as the Frost hill, which provides that 25 per cent of tho voters of a county instead of a precinct may call a local option election, pa...

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 March 1914

-H Jf THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I jL2$mzxz&rLiz$Kn 0 2 pkgs 5-c 3 pkgs IO-c A Full R lue Ribbon Seed Blue Ribbon Seeds, only only 25 Line of BulK Seeds at Barg'ain Prices. assacM No. 825 1 -horse Hiflside Syracuse Plows, only No. 36 2-horse Hillside Syracuse Plows No. 226 2horse Hillside Syracuse Plows, No. 1364 2horse Level Land " " THESE ARE THE LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED ON SYRACUSE PLOWS 64 a RECORDS 115-20 YEARS READ THIS LETTER CYo.l.j.N. D,Jn 7th, III! Kentucky Wagon llffr Co. Loiipvlll, Kr.( Dear Sin I taught a Win "i 1 1 IIIOMIRT' ljnn a.tfo and tallied a. bu I uu!4 a ISO burii !i of wbeat iut tall without brvaklnff anjtblQf on tint natron o.r t, ry bud roada.andUia agon ua stood out.tdu In ralu andpun.bin. for 7ytn, butlwouU nottrad.lt for any newa-on, ouratmlr, i-Bie rtJtsuN You will agree with Mr. Person when you use tht OlD HICKORY 2 immaw inula lP L3I2 ft 34inch Old OicKory Wagons complete or satisfactory service, and the wagons still in use doing daily duty, ao good a...

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 March 1914

mm wm onubfii OUK CIRCULATION TUlrt WKKK l,75u t i y, wKwwwe1' Sjii5ISW OFFIQAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. HI, No. 24. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. lOThr 411 l-itofafe.LSj & IV v a s f'slL CONVICTED OF BOOT-LEGQINQ G. M. SMITH G. iW. Smith, of Corbin, is being boosted all over the district to become a candidate for Congress, and up to this time he has given tho matter little thought, as he is a man that has quite a largo business to attend to, and has never given the matter very little thought. Mr. Smith is a resident of Whitley county, having removed there several years ago from Knox county, he has been a very (Crowded out Inst week.) Some doing in the Police Court. One John Do rum, who runt a little restaurant on the N. H. corner ot the Public Square, was nrrested by Chief of Police, Catron, and was tried before fudge Jarvis on Tuesday and was fined $60.00 and ten days in (ail (or the sale of spirit...

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 March 1914

i r . "Vf&J I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 3.. ; 1 t ' 1 t r MANY DIE IN JAPAN 'QUAKE AND VOLCANO CAUSE fllQ L088 OF LIFE ON ISLAND OF HONDO. ONE VILLAGE IS WIPED OUT -Southern Russia Swept by Hurricane and 1,500 Persons Are Reported to Have Perished France Struck by Terrific Gale. Toklo. March 17 An earthquake occurred on Sunday lu tho pre fecture of Aklta, Islai.d of Hondo Many persons In the City of Aklta were killed and several houses do tstroyed. In tho village of Kowakubl, which was ruined, there were many casualties. Tho disturbance badly i damaged railroad and telegraph lines Sixty dead bodies wero found In the ir "basin of the Omono river, where 320 Jiouscs were destroyed The village r of Kltameno was burned As a result of the earthquake a cop- . Ter mlno at Tsunmdato collapsed. The 1 fate of the 300 workmen lu tho mine 'is unknown. Simultaneous with the earthquake i "came terrific explosions and the burst ing of flames from tho volcano Asama- i Tama, which terrified the Inhab...

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 March 1914

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f.W. ?; tv . LABOR OF MONTHS GOES FOR NAUGHT REVENUE AND TAXATION BILL DEFEATED AT CL08INQ HOUR OF LEGISLATURE. DRYS TASTE BITTER DEFEAT Reduced Passenger Fare Is Only Pro gressive Act That Was Put Through. Filibustering Resorted To. (By Brntfit W Helm.) Fronkfort, Ky. Tho'senato of the general assembly In closing session tnrnod down or destroyed with amend nenti practically all of tbo progres siva legislation passed by the botiso mt (his session. The revenue and tax ation, bill waa dofeatcd after tbo state had been put to tbo expense of several thousand dollars for Investigation, the employment of an expert and drafting ft model measure. The defeat of this bill means that tho state may have an annual deficit of $1,400,000. Clocks In both houses were turned back at midnight- (Jot. McCrcary stated that he would not call a special session, as He did not think tbo loglslaturo would pass the bill. Tbc defeat of this Mil was -desired by tho railroads, as their rep r...

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 March 1914

n .THE MOUNTAITf AUVOCATR " .. ' vH WOMB ADYOCATE ImUMH XVKRT IfttDAT AT jjUJOURVILLE,KENTDOK.Y tWi H. McDosaid Rcrroa VO. Mo Donald, .Assoc. Editor aettd m B.cond-Olau Matter Fabranry M.f WS4 at tha XVxtoflloa at BatbourTlH., iy., under Act of Oongrt.i o( March B, 1879. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. IHSi (Efcikrai. (SMILES ' I t at .1 .4 U LI LI 1!'TT3 BY ASSOCIATC EDITOR LAFF. ft xi very time you get a chance LLAFF It's the cbnnce Lnfi thnt wins. W If you're thin, lalT, lafl if you're fat fcLAFF. K. And if you're neither, just I GRIN. BUY THC VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And they will cost you 25$ less than other high grade brands. Tell ua your paint needs tuiay and wc will eend you our PAINT HOOK-fit. It gives...

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 March 1914

lamra mmmmmm SfBm1 t ) II W5- Church Directory 4 ttTAI CUMBERLAND KlVKh BAPTIST Ci.CJtCil Kvery Bunda? In each month, Mnrntrw gervlc8.M...... ..........lO.io a. m. EvtiilnK " 70Wp.m. Mliliath School . . ............ " I'raycr Mooting-, Wednesday .... 7:W p. m. UKV.A.C. 1IUTSON. Pastor. VI ItST rtjTHODlHT KPI8COPA U CUUKCII r.vory Sunday In each month. . 7UWp.m. .nl,lttll School .. ................ wjua.ni. im.or Mcetlnir. Thursday .7s30p.ni. M. II. C lrt. & 3rd. Mondays, 7:30 p. in. r Morning Service EvuiiIiir IlBV. E. n. OVEKLY. Pastor. CHHISTIAN CHUUCIl 8KIIVICES Mornlnir Service .-ltKa.m Kvcnlnir ' 7:30p.m. snbbvtli School .. .45a.m. Junior Endeavor. ,:30 P,m H. 3. Walkers' Con., Tuc... ... 7:00 p, m l'rm cr Mfctitnr. Tuesday 7:15 p. m KEV. J. W. UPON, Pastor. PltESIlYTEIUAN CIIOKCII 8EUVICE8 I'lrst and Third Sunday In each month. MornlnirServIco . I'.tcnliiK " Sunday School ... 11:00 a. in. 7:30 p. m. ..... .' m. Prayer Mrotlnir, Wednesday. 7 JO p. m. HEV. UOI1T. L. 11UOWN. ...

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 March 1914

THg ".MOUNTAIN ADJVOCATE Sheriffs Sale, i Arnold-Hennegac-Doyle Co, I'ltfs. ft, vs. Simon I'encc I'cft. I, or one of my deputies, will at j the front door of the Court home, . i in Imrbottrvillc. Kentucky. n'ot 1 o'clock p m, en Monday, April 13. 1-J1 L expose to public sale, to the hiyh. t nml l.t l...l.ler. so much H.f the land set out herein ns is necessary to make the sum of $-'S0 40, on a credit of three months with n proved s-ecuntv, under and by vir tue of nn execution which issued from the office of the Circuit Court Clerk ol Knox county, on the Kith day of January, 1014, and bj vtr tue of a Vendition, Exponas, which issued in the above styled action, from the office ol the Clerk ol'thc Knox Circuit Court on the 17tli dav of I-ebruan . 191 ! Said lauds are Mtuated nn the waters of Lynn Camp creek in Knox county, Kentucky, and arc bounded as follows: On the north by the lands of Harriett Terrell, on the cast bv the lands oflilibha IVrkms, on the xvet bythecountx road lending ...

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 March 1914

A . m ..,i. , . .,..,. .,.Vl ..ii.niig t---i H rTTTTTTi II 111 I " BUTT) MMMMBMBI THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE nMRMHM "tw" WIlIJXirjLlITtllTllIIIITj: ..... Fll 1W 1 Mli INi'EKJSST OP CHURCH GOING. R BIG ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health V 3 Turftren few things that must g ue uona on ouuuay, mat cnnnoi be done either before or after dhuroh. 3 --- pgfrfrta ".Bg ! f) OFFER 13 Mh.-4 in m The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered HERE IS THE OFFER: h Barbourvllle Methodist Church. Sunday School, 9:30 o'clook. Morning Worship, 11 o'clock. .Evening Worship, 7 o'clock. 9 J an Saves an i Vlmrs; Kiwter rnnrl M iwAiab--v m - i ir- jnviTKil f PeRSONftb V. Gibson, of Pine Street, lias typhoid. Judge Sampson came in Sunday to sec the homefolks. I'. L. Black Iclt Wednesday lor Grand Rapids Michigan. Judge V. V. Tinsley is in London holding court this week. Miss Flora Smith is in Louisville for a few days vacation. One of Win Tye's sons lias typhoid but is thought to be in no da...

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 March 1914

& w THEMOUNTAW .ADVOCATE I f I n II 8YN0P8IS. Tommy North, returning to lili room In Mm. Moore's boarding house at 2.30 a. m cUacoTer the body of Capt. John llanaka, another roomer, with a knife wound on hi breast. Suspicion rests upon a roan living the name of Lawrence Wadp, who had been heard quarreling with llanaka. During the excitement a strange woman who gives her name as lldealle LeGrange, appears and take Into her own home across the street all of Mrs. Moore's boarders. Including Miss Estrllla, an in valid, whose brother was a favorite amone the other boarders. Wade Is ar rested. Mrs. LoOrange. who, while plying her trade aa a trance medium, had aided Police. Inspector Martin McQee several times, call at hla office to tell what she Knows of the crime. While she Is there. Constance Ilanska, widow of the murder ed man, whose existence had been un known, appears, Mrs. Ilanska, says she had left her husband and discloses the fact that 'Wade represented her and vis ited Ilans...

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 March 1914

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE y w K V V 1 I K V MAKES HARD WORK HARDER A bud back makes a day's work twice as hard. Hackache usually comes from weak kidneys, and If headaches, tlltsl ncss or urinary disorders ara added, don't wait get help before) tho kidney disc.no takes a grip beforo dropsy, grav el or Iirlght's disease sets In. Doan'i Kidney Pills have brought new Ufa and new strength to thousands of working men and women. Used and recom mended tho world over. AN ILLINOIS CASE a. I.. Fnrrand. Ill With Ave., Mo unt, 111., says: "Mr bualntaa required much horseback rid Ing and the constant Isr weakened my .Idneya. I had ter rlbla backachea and was oflen laid up far months. I couldn't turn In bed without help. I lost fleeli. Three doctor treated roe, but 1 fot wore, Finally, took Doan'a Kid ney rilla and nva boxes cured me. I, have alnca enJoye4 rood health." Oat Doan'a at Any Store. 60e a Box DOAN'SWlV FOSTER-M1LBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Cultivator Tooth A new labor aaving device that makes ...

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