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

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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 March 1914

;flH&jf-t OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY rH New Scries; Vol. Ill, No. 25. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. ' y Kwo n n i m ...--.. -- - - . , i ..... I, i i i i ii y I .k - '-- - -.1 Mrs. C. P. Kennedy CHRISTIAN CHURCH. jKft i;rBPlHB! jint about complrted their woik. fr ' ' ' ' " " mmi i .ffisxaHMaH . jiiidiuiua iui tisi.i tos'x x t jf . vK" iphf .anumiKviaaaaaaaaBiaaaaaaaaaaaaaBr ij --n a v ha kv-a JH fell ass? HON. CALEB POWERS We tire ju9t in receipt of a letter from Mr. Powers, and lie informs us that lie will soon be at home to take up his practice at this bar, Hon. Sawyer A. Smith, who is now the Assistant U. S District Attor. ney lor the Eastern District of Ken tucky, will also be at home in a few days, and he and Mr. Powers will in the future attend strictly to the practice of law. ' Congress will soon adjourn and so will the Federal Court soon be in vacation, and the3e two gentle- men will be ready to attend...

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 March 1914

J WcV l J- ' . TH1 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE tr . .M4iW "Mot.' l(llllmAIiK,rH u a t U. S. TROOPS KILL 6 MEXICAN FEDERALS FIRE ACROSS THE BORDER AND AMERI CANS REPLY. FAILED TO HEED WARNING U. 8. Commander Near Del Rio, Tex., on the Rio Grande Orders Men to Return Shott General Scott Re ceives Report of Affair. Eagle Pass, Tex., March 25 United States troops and Moxlcan federals engaged In a battlo at McOeo Cross ing, thre'o miles nboo Del Ulo, on tho IUo Grando on Monday In which set oral federal soldiers are reported killed. A patrol from F troop of the Fourteenth cavalry returned the flro of the Mexicans across tho KIo Grande and for ten minutes tho shooting con tinued. One of tho Americans was Injured. Forty constitutionalist soldiers had been cut oft by the federals on the river bank. After fighting for nearly half an hour, the constitutionalists tried to cross tho river and surrender to the American troops The federals continued firing at the constitutional ists In the water and even 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. — 27 March 1914

f Gi Ki rn. J A V' r i K. rc? R V 4 T,HJr-,. - HJSBT . U 1 K hri VAST AMOUNT OF WORK TO BE DONE THE WORKMEN'8 COMPENSATION COMMISSION MUST CLASSIFY INDUSTRIES AND FIX RATES. LAW OPERATIVE JUNE 15 Act Abolishes Fellow-Servant Rule, the Assumption of Risks and Rule of Contributory Negligence. (fiprclnl Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort. The workmen's compen sation act signed by Oov. McCreary will become operative Juno 15. The commission, which Is to arbitrate the claims of workmen Injured In Indus trial employment and the dependents on those killed In Industrial accidents Is composed of Atty. Oen. James Oar nett. Commissioner of Agriculture J, W. Newman and Insurance Commis slocer M. C. Clay. Applications for positions under the commission al ready ore being received. The commission has a vast amount of work to do before the law Is put In operation. They must classify Industries, excepting domestic and farm employment; assess them on a basis or their pay rolls to create a fund for ...

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 March 1914

' 1 , ,- fri MotftittAltf A&vbcATfc ! THB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE POBUSHKD KVKHT FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLE.KENTOOK.Y W. II. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald,, .Assoc. Editor Entered as Hccond-Olaai Matter February M. l(Ot at the ruatofllce at BarbourYllle, Ky., under Act of Congren of March 8, 1879. f1 Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. (ESbitoriaL Reaping Where They Have Not Sown. The Democratic party is seek ing "in a futile diplomatic tan- glo" to violate a covenant enter ed into by the United States Senate. Senator Gallinger said he would deliver an address in the Senate on tho subject of free tolls. lie asserted that that tho united states Uovernment was permitting itself to be "led" by diplomats who had not the interest of this country at heart. "When the Senate passed the resolution permitting the forti fication of the Panama Canal," he continued, "it was with the distinct understanding that the Senate reserved to the United Sta...

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 March 1914

"'? Vjfc 1 .J fr THE MOUNTAIN 'ADVOCATED -;. .--v-rc iV , -ii(r' '" w ii ' MMMMMMWMHMM JOHN HENRYS BIG STORE On West Side Public Square in S. S. Wyatt Building: Will Open Thursday, March 26th With a line that will suit you. Bring any kind of pro duce from a frying chicken to a cow. Wehave anything you want in any line of goods PRICES TO SUIT YOl AND NOT ME $5.00 Shoes (or Silk Dress Goods Poplin Goods $3.50 curtains from $2.00 from 50c to 130c per yd. 15c per yd. 75c to $1.00 per pair $10.00 Woman's Coats for $3.G0 Underwear for men, any kind, any color 30c Ladies Union Suits 30c Silk Thread Per doz- All kinds of Jewelry price it and take it Latest Style Caps for Boys 10c Ladies' Dresses for 2Cc All kinds of Silk Hose A lot of Cheap Hose Rubber Qoots and Shoes Rubbers Overalls Leggins, all kinds , All kinds Kmbroidery for dresses from 20c to 40c Ribbon from 5c to 20c a bolt All kinds Neck Ties from 5c to 23c per doz. All kinds Collars from 10c to 25c per doz. Cuffs 5c per dez. 20c f...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 March 1914

fEE3H "T - ' 4 f'"W9m - - . - ,'".-.' -''.4THJB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE- .., -mrrrSj ; l, tSiad-Jfsw - - . i . mjj. !, 'y?.,11. ,, - i r ; J Church Directory 3 COMBKRLANDntVKK BAPTIST CHBRCH Every Sunday In ckota month. Morning Service . ,""m Kfeninn " - J"- Babtmth School Vrnyer Sleeting. WedneJa , :.) P. ". UKV.A.0.11UTSON. Pastor. FlHST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH , Every 8unJay In escti month. Marnlw .erv.ee - Ktotath School .-..--. W-- , ITajer Meeting. Thursday.. - IT.1- M. il. C lt.i 3rd. Monday. '& " HUV. E. II. OVERLY. Pastor. CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES Morning Service Evening " Sabbath School Junior Rmloavor u. a wntkm' Con.. Tues, 11:00 a. ra 7:30 p.m. .. Va. li)p, IU. I I . W P. " .,!..'. i.inTiirJny. ":lSp-rn ,,,.... -- - - REV. J. W. LIOON. l'alor. PRHSI1YTBRIAS CHUKCH SERVICES ltrt mill Thlni "unday In each month. Ml linn) clioul v.r, a. iu. 7:JU p. iu. I'mwr Mi-vlla. Vtcsiiiewia V KEV. ROUT. I.. UROWN. Pastor. MCTIIODUTEPISCOPALII1U11CHSOCTI1 Seee-nd and Fourth Sundav in...

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 March 1914

Tr"' rrm'frjiffHM li " 'f-L. JU.iV 'THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE' Jm mr,mn.stem my w ,'- b ). ' ' i The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of any kind, can change the fact that Royal Baking Powder lias been found by the offi cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute purity and wholesomeness. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. 9eee;eteefc Colson ninglintn, of Pincville, was in town Thursday W M West, of Lay, was in the city Tuesday. Suppose you come around and pay your subscription? Miss Flora Smith is visiting home folks at Lancaster. W G Mnrtin, of Warren, was in the city Tuesday. V II Sowdcrs, of Colmar, visited fricnils here last Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Snead, of Warren, was in the city shopping Tuesday. S. II. Kasli, of Corbin, was in town Monday. Perry Co...

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 March 1914

' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f fe ;;r t far1 r 10 8YN0P8IS. Tommy North, returning to hli room In Str. Moore's hoarding house lit 2:30 a. m., Ilscovrs the body of Capt. John Hanska. another roomer, with a knife wound on tile breast Suspicion rests upon a man KlvlnR the name of Lawrence wade, who Jjad been heard quarreling with Hanska. During the excitement a strange woman who gives her name as Rosalia LeHrange, appears and takes Into her own home cros the street all of Mrs. Moore s hoarders, including Miss nstrllla. on In valid, whose brother was a favorite among; the other boarders. Wade Is ar rested. Mr. LeOrange. who. while plying fcer trade as a trance medium, had aided Tollce Inspector Martin McGee several times, calls at his office to tell what she knows of tho crime. While she Is there, Constance llanska, widow of the murder ed man, whose existence had been un known, appears Mrs llanska, says alio had left her husband and discloses the fact that Wade represented her and via. tted ...

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 March 1914

? 1 1 "V 74 3! rT THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ft AiA rlumi Churn fi &..,. vfiw uiwm w ijuiiiicnj ui iia WMm mHnilHU)NO Organ 4CC nM human Alton, leaving the blood paro and clear unless lira, digestive tract and Udasja tn cloccsd. DrB Pierce's Golden Medical Biscovei is a stomach, livcr-and kidney tonic by assisting tho stomach to assimilate, tlio liver to filter, tho kldnoys to net tho poisons aro removed, tho red blood corpuscles aro increased and ono feels light, fresh nndactlvo Instead of lorry, dull and heavy. Tho ''Discovery" stlmu- latea tho Stomach. IncriMmfH npllnn of hnnrt Anil nrtr. lea and is a most satisfactory nlteratlvo in blood-taint of nny character. Tho refreshing influenco of this extract of native medicinal plants has boon favorably known for over forty yoaro. Everywhere aomo neighbor can tell you of tho good It haa done. S. Sol J by oHmtdlcln dealer In liquid or tablet form or ten J SO one. cent stamp to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.,tmd a trial box will be mailed you...

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 March 1914

vv Trrf.5R THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATl 5 MM IWrnc?T!!i!!f?iT?iff fr' ' M. MB MMMMMM - W M ,i k aBBMBMaMBiMBiMBHBapwMMariMMaHBaaMgiMBWMMMBBM'JBBawgMiMMii iiimiii iig!?iyjMa ,&&2&3SZ&eaH&muc.3KamMmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 2 3 R pkgs 5-c Blue DK8fS IU-C DlUe HIS A Full Line Seed on Seeds, Bulk nwwwi'iMiiWM i ii umauaaaaBa only 5-c only 25-c Seeds at Bars MHHHI VIm J il )lWlllli.WJiKlWCQgaaSK2SMLHMI only $5 No. 825 1 -horse Hillside Syracuse Plows, 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 ii tsmpjmimmmsmgszsia i khs5esee2 RECORDS S15-20 and 25 YEARS READ THIS LETTER Croitpj. W. p., Jn. 7th, 1111 Ktntuckj Wagon vtg, Co, Dcr Bin Loulivllle.Cy., I bought. JUlo OLDniCKOnT"7Tf.r tffo .nil b.uJed . biff Icdrf . 110 buth.lf of brt lut f.U without bmkln tnrlhlnff onthewfoD over Terr b.d rodi,aolUi. w.tron h.l itood outiklc In r.ln .nil iu niblo. for 7 year...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 April 1914

' ft - 1 t ... ,uj - J t r ttfdain ; tuualr OIRCt?LATlbl , TH! 1,OU OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN If NOX COUNTY. Ssei New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 26. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, - APRIL 3, - 1914; Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34t vr r MwwNtllHy Knniiiifciiilliai M I CIRC'ULA'EION I Ml I Wfe tfM jllllj- fafWf? (this wkek in 17 Wss Vm Fm - --Utll J1IV lJ ,i" .1 L iv. WHO IS IT HEADED FOR HELL? THE "KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN" TAKES ANOTHER FIT THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, which in published at Louisville, and which is the oflicial mouthpiece of the Roman Catholic Church for tho State of Kontucky, as is evidenced by tlio statement on their editorial page, as follows: "Officially endorsed by tho Ancient Ordor of Hibernians, Young Men's Institute, and Catholic Knights of America," all of which are well known Catho lieoreanizations, publishes the following article, which seeuiB to have been written by tho "Rev. Father" P. Ambroso Rcgor, who sometimes comes to Barbourville to tho local ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 April 1914

1 I. 4 1 ? -v r p ' t - 'j 1a lib iUiiTi ' --"; ',, ,t, "l-r-LJp Trr--' T"1 yTTr- rtaim advocate! Ba... ' LO. TimeTabl -Aii. Mfafcimticb KVKKt FIUDW Aliib0nVlLLK,KKNTl'OK WSH. MoDonami -V, 0;MoDoNAi.t), , .... Kditok 1 Katered m Hccnml-einM Mutter Ki-lifuary 'M, 1S01 at the IVwtiillli't' nt ItnrlHumllle. iKy umterActof 0inrv..if Mnri'liS, !; ; iA Oho Dollar Tor Year in Advance The Official Oman ol llic Itcpiinlican 1 Party In Knox louiitv. (Ebiloriai. A COWARDLY TRICK Wo are in receipt f a letter post marked at Cleveland, Ohio, enclosing a lot of dippings, cut from newspaper", or -onie kind of Catholic journal-, which H not signed, and which u a whole i9 meaning!'?, and asked us to publish same toqiuro ourselves with the Uoly Church of Uome, and asked us to apologize for what we have already nid. We have heretofore explained our position, and we -ay here and now that patience has ceased to be a virtue, ami we have no further apology to oiler. The letter :iUie referred to is from som...

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

mitt' A ' T " 1. T - - t- 'm- - t i I tl r- mm JMMMMi I IJI"1 ji p. 4V I'l'l" THE. MOUNTAIN. AQVQCArfEFaV".'''l'f;"v; 3 1 I ... y b fe t .f -SP I Free Trade Aflalnst A I 1 ProsBcrilv. 195a I In tlie Inst week Appeal to Re son the following statement are made: Three million nnemploted men trump the streets ot the United Stales today looking for work. On Mnrcli 71T special edition of tbif pa lter will be issued, setting forth an nrrny of terrible facts proving that capitalism has failed to providejobs. These three million men will be sum moned ns witnesses to prove these statement!, Hits edition will con tniu letter from the men themselves There will be stories from the wives mid children, the whole making a hutnuii document such as never be lore came from a printing press. Such n condition would seem to be a verv stronjr appeal to tbfc vo tersof the United States. Here we have reference made to the vast nriny of unemployed. In another paper we notice the farmers' com plaint about the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 April 1914

1 - 'v S i I t 1 r&M) IKiUe Dickinson bai Faawitsos. as caihier in 'the Carter Coal Co. tofcef home at Cattle- L' Mia. Dkkinion wm r fad hat a host of ('Who regret to see her Till be missed by P. Thomas and two chil- Firzwia, are visitinc Mrs. .brother, Dr. Winston V. 1 . i Bditb Downhara lms return- ' Warrea from her home in Del- ire o resume her position ns auer- for the Carter Conl Co lias Downbam has made lots of lends in Warrea who are cladthnt tie is ore of us igain. S. S. McCormick came over Sun day from Johnson City and spent a couple of days in camp. A. M. Decker, the popular hat man of uarbonrvillc, was here Monday selling hats. We expect to .sec, in the next few weeks, some of the latest in the way of men' headgear on Cumberland vcnue. T. H. Hayden and family, of Arte mus, were here Sunday attending the Catholic services which are held the fourth Sunday in each month. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Martin enter tained with a six o, clock dinner last Friday. for Mrs. A. P. Thomas,...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 April 1914

J l! . r IK-, "' , f ' ,. k ,"""rr-TO MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE.' . ', '"? .. . . ..,... -W I h il teiHa,Shop sLEsi-,. ' DgHinnrvillp Fv nmi mk Km I ft . fv - On last Monday the millinery ..-W r,,,TnR If I II II II I f 1 1 1 II l I hWV liW M HlTir fa Daftf Af"' La ahopofMiBsSallioUoskinilnok J II Ul IJ UlU I lllUj 11J . j flJJlll i-U 3H -V " B SS- ViBrWB. .m& .-... wv.i UM......O-- , iwni'i . . . - . . z rK "T I nu Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders:' how can I avoid them unlets they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the can of a low priced powder in your hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that if the powder contains alum, that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sul phate of aluminum, you have found an aluw? baiting ponder. , There is another and a belter way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder on!y; that assures you a cream o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 April 1914

V!IT V LTHfi tOUWTAtNADVOCATB U tie. .-. Co, PItf, tr; Deft. '(deputies, will nt ttt Court house, if Kentucky, rtbout & . r, jfil 13, ium tele, to the high- BWtkr. so much of the t otat feefcin as is ncccnrv jibe aum of $180. to, on n three months with np security, under ntiil bv vir- M an execution which issued the office of the Circuit Court ftCwrlcof Knox county, on the 13th fciay of January, 191 1, and hj vir Eftae of a Vendition, Ivxponns, which iWaed in the above styled action, V?f from the office of the Cferl; of the ng,Knox Circuit Court on the 17th SiS Said lands arc situated on the i .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 mut lir the ' - j I lands of Elisha Perkins, on the west ' by the county road leading to Cor-, bin, Ky., and of the land of Sarah ' Peace, and containing 7." acres, and i the same tract of land which was conveyed by N Y Shore and wile to Simon Peace and Nan...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

iCTTarM tf " J V, Wrrf CIl OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THH REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY . ,1 ij , New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 27. ,' wr- Jr- BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, gggp jmrnasit juroftone. r' APRIL " "M " 10, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. j- t i FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT LONDON IS CLOSED Cnj)itnl or Laurel County In stitution Impaired, Accord ing to National Exam iner Kincheloe. GOOD ROADS CAM ' PAIGN IS PLANNED IN OLDHAM - LaG range and Crestw'ood in Movement for Thorough fore Between Towns CONGRESSMAY PROBE INSURANCE CONCERNS Death of W. J. Caudill. j " .London, Ky., April 8. As a ' -"result, of a wholesale withdrawal of deposits, following rumors of strained financial conditions the First National Bank was forced to close its doors today by order of the Comptroller of Currency. Nutional Bank Examiner W. P. Kinrheloe, who has been hero for two or three days making an examination of the bank, declines to make any statement relative to the cunse of the suspension or the condition of t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

Ci "7 in i "W 4. !? i.- THK MOUNTAIN "ADVOCATE (.' .- REGKJNAL BAHK MAP OF KENTUCKY All of Kentucky East of County Linos From Boono On North To McCreary On South Goes To Cloveland Bank; Rest of State, Including Louisville, To St. Louis Bank ..... XfJL. ""HI lscoTT;eo..vf- JSP-i MeiQDJESi,Mme"C0' i& r S cfv'HeciHicj- Louisville, Ky. According to bankers, the splitting of Kentucky between the regional districts of St- Louis nml Cleveland will divide much or the state's banking business between those cities. Country national banks aro required to keep their reserves, when the new -currency law becomes fully operative, in the regional bank of their district, and this means that reserve of many country national banks now held In vaults In Louisville Institutions will be moved to either SL Louis or Cloveland Reserves of the national banks of I.ouIsvlIle 23 per cent of deposttR under the present law half of which are kept here and the remainder In central reserve cities must go to the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

rpyj "'TTfirWf THE-MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE & V 'MsV " With JMies'briH Stetet Flowers ' ' v luM ; ' " II vV VV wff4M J iHB-i Wvil feLi Mm ast T TiilPSMav ,, p (sNj f &v 'yiBPHi iPvS a Y I iJtv W'I rs?v --tt i !MaisiiiiiiiiMasvrfn7 K wrUKsl l'rtfe?7CSt'v iv'jl '""l,vjs ci?w " HsllnEaslllSOsslHf ff ffl iil i i r i HHi 'nrtfffit ii flip HKyHE49-ifflHHHHoJl esKk iv l vf VWrlt JIVv YW- t x- p LaaiLaaaaaaaPLaaaaaaaaaaaaattLaaLaaaaaaHLaaaaaaaaaC Xt. LPaMVIV isPaKT Jft ft "Go forth ye radiant things of scent and bloom Who Know not toil or spinning Brighten with life My risen Son's cleft tomb The Blaster triumph winning!" All Turn to Jerusalem Sacred Scenes of Crucifixion and Resurrection Attract Pilgrims in Thousands at Easter Time YPICAL of the pass ing of winter gloom and of tho coming of summer splendor, that was Banter from tho beginning, the very embryo of nature study, tho spontaneous expres sion of man's delight In the ever joy ful and beautiful annual miracle of the prlngthne. "A t...

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