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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

M THKf ITA1N AUVOCATE iWMktaih advocate '' 'jK.lMtD VKY FBIDAT AT AfcOURVlLLE,KENTUCK.V W. B, MoDoNAtD .... Editor Y. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Euitok BnMrM tu noond-OI Matter Februnrr tt, 1M t the icMtorao nt HrlourTIII. K7HQDdrAclo(CongrMo( MnrchS, IX7V. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Repuollcin Parly In Knox County. STATEMENT Of theownershipof The Moun tain Advocate, published weekly at Barbourville, Kentucky : W. H. McDonald, Editor and General Manager. V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor. Stockholders : W. H. McDonald, F. D. Sampson, Caleb Powers, W. H. Detherage, J. H. Lawson, J. F. Catron, Bar bourville, Ky., Joe F. Bosvvorth, Middlesboro, Ky. There is no mortnages or other liens against the property. (Signed) W. II. McDonald, Editor. Sworn to and subscribed be fore me this 8th day of April, 1914, (ssal) W. H. Bamer, Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb. 29, 191 G. ROMAN CATHOLICISM. We hate been drawn into this controversy inadvertantly, and hi bave hoped 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. — 10 April 1914

iBHr' - . - " " Ti 7" THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE tV""1 2iJdJ!l3SHH H C "" ' ' "II itrrS ! a- ' Dni.l.niimrilln Vu TMMfi. 1TOJH1 I . " ' -".- w .w KJIIIIIIIMIIII"B&H w .1 ' YUQBKB icrcipnncirrnr jpkbbblamd juysh baptist CHnuciti jJlll JUlll TillUi JLYjai faIl JLUlui iB I rft ' rv '" i Bff Sunday lt each month, vlK ii iiu'i uumm uuiiuii '"cr",".:-w mr . mm "V-. tr i r V. ROM. BaiCin6 Powder . ie Housewife's. Greatest Help. WHAT so tempting to the laggaird appetite as a light, flaky, fruit short cofc'or a delicate hot biscuit? Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthf ulness of all risen flour foods. It renders the biscuit, hot bread and short cake more di gestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is in dispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect , foods. 9 -,. Food Sale. Tlio Food Sale. Attend the Food Sale. Josh Tye, of Pinoville, spent Sunday in town. Th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

i i i1 k 1 I bssbbsri i i" i . IHHStlVa . - 4aaM .... I Ejh, IkRed DuiiPiv I:. Jliy BTT k tisMKAMULii' 11 SYNOPSIS. Tommy North, returning to his room In Kn, Moore's boardln? home at 2:30 a. m., 61covers the body of Opt. John Hanjka, Another roomer, with a knife wound on 1I breast. Sunplclon rests upon a man jrivtruc the name of Lawrence Wade, who had been heard quarreling with Haiuko. Durlnir the excitement, a strange womnn vwtu Rive's-her name as Rosalie I.eClranire. appears tend takes Into her own home cross -the street" all of Mrs. Moore's boarders. Including Miss Estrtlla, an In ATalM, whqse brother vas a favorite Tlaunonc-tthe. other' boarders. Wado Is ar- rted. Mrs. IcOrnnRC who. while plylns; per trade as a trsnee medium, had aided Police Inspector Martin McOee several times, cblls at Ills office to tell what she knows of the crime. While she Is there, 'Constance ltanska, widow of the murder ed man. whose existence had been un Xnpwn. appears. Mrs. Hanika, says she had left h...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

- t - - ..THE MOUNTAIN.aADYOCATX e?spi5bs riTJi V f V h K kN V V K ml WOMEN FROM 45 10 55 TESTIFY To thoMerit of Lydia EPink. ham's Vegetable Com pound during Changs of Life. westbrook, Me. "I wu passlnfr through tho Change of life end bad pains m my pncK and aide and wu so weak I could hardly do my housework. I nave taken Lydla KPiakham's Vege table Compound and It has done me a lot of good. I will ro commend your med lclno to my friend and giveyot pennis slon to ptfcllsh my testimonial." Mrs. Lawrence Mae tin, 12 King St, Westbrook, Maine. Manaton, Wis. "At the Change of Life I suffered with pains In my back and loins until I could not stand. I also had nlght-eweaU so that the sheets would be wet I tried other rnedlclno but got no relief. After taking one bot tlo of Lydla E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound I began to Improve and I continued Its uso for six months. Tho pains left mo, tho night-sweats and hot flashes grew less, and in one yof.r I was a different woman. I know I havo to...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 April 1914

V Sfieriffs Sale. AxaaM-Hcancr-Doyle Co. ritfi VS. JKcbob Peace iVft. I. er ear of inr deputies, will nt lithe front door of the Court house, i!'iG narbourvillr. kentnekr. about 1. o'clock p in, on ;Ani3C v juuui. ami, it. tin iijlii- oat and best bidder, so much of the land set out herein ns i necessary to make the sum of $'-80.-t0, on n, credit of three months with np prored security, under and by vir tue of an execution which issued from the office of the Circuit Court Clerk of Knox county, on the 10th day of January, 1014, and by ir tuc of a Vendition, Exponas, which r 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 arc hounded Irvfr i as follows: On 'the north by the lnnds of if Harriett Terrell, on the east by the L lands ofj-'li-dia Perkins, on the west Fi by the county road lending to Cor f bin, Ky., and of the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

.' r. J v . , - . , X .-'.(' motiw 3ttuiftl&i ;.'rr OUR ' ' CIRCULATION f "'Otrti OIRODLATIOK TH E ). THIS WEEK 1,750 O srawpw OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN, PARTY' IN KNOX COUNTY frew Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 28. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. :r 'v'? dDi. HI ,.! flHav gjC7 ' pv. s.v: k" KENTUCKY STATE DEBT, FUNDS AND IN VESTMENTS, FROM 1880 to 1913 Washington, D. 0., March-, '14. Preliminary figures from tlio forthcoming bulletin pertaining to national and state indebted ness and funds and investments liavo been given out by Director J. Harris, of the Bureau of this Census, Department of Com merce. The Bulletin carries in formation for the state of Ken lucky, as well as for the other state and the United States. Tho data were compiled under Lite supervision of Mr. John Lee Coulter, expert special agent in charge of tho inquiry on Wealth, Dojit. and taxation. The bulletin, which will sodn be issued, will contain statistics for each stat...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

', i v c. rr; '$fi?im V THB MOUNTAN ADVOCATE .--- P? rfMMMl V fctfv -ARMING THE POLICEWOMEN 0F CHICAGO- ' . ATLANTIC FLEET PROCEEDS TO TAMPICO, MEX. Second .Division of Army Di rected to Preparo to Movo Against Dictator rt SLAYERS OF ROSENTHAL PAY t- PENALTY FOR CRIME IN HQNEY- '( QINQ SING PRISON. JAOOR LAST PLEA DENIED BY GOFF l 1AKULL" w,j rrwrvrijtim GUNMAN CONFESSES . ; ..t " mcr Ma r-r?iT.3 mcam II r i I 1 I Murder Are Led to Instrument -of Death One "at a Time, "Dago FrariVV Being the First On.o to Qs Elec trocuted. Albany, X. Y.. April 15 A low min utes before tho execution of "Dago Prank" Ciroflcl, who was tho first of the four gunmen to go to the death chair hi Sing Sing prison, lie told Warden Clancey that "Gyp tho niood" Horowitz, "Lefty Ioulo" Hoscnberg and Harry Vallon, an Informer, flro4 the shots which killed Herman Rosen thal, for which crime tho four gunmon paid their lives. "So far as I know, Becker had noth ing to do with this case," the gunman nlso declared. "It...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

; THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE m AGREE TO MEET STATE OFFICIALS INSURANCE MEN AND GOVERNOR TENTATIVELY AGREE ON THE CONFERENCE DATE. Solution of Fire Insurance Muddle May Come From Louisville Meeting. Wrslorn Newspaper Union News Service, Frankfort, Ky. Assurances that roprcacntallTCS of the big flro Insur ance companies would meet with the stato olflclals and confer In regard to a solution of the (Ire Insurance tangle resulting from the refusal of the com panies to write buslnoss In Kentucky after tho enactment of the Glenn Greene Insurance bill were conveyed to do. McCreary by J. C. Stoll, of Lex Infton, who said tho meeting probably will bo In Louisville. A reply to tho Invitation cxtonded to threo Insurance men of Chicago, sug gested l)y Mr. Stoll, brought a re (.onso from them, which indicated In th first placo a desire to avoid any attitude that would indicate a concert of action among the companies. Gov. McCreary, State Auditor H. M. Bos worth and Atty. Gen. Garnott sent a Joint Invi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

'' 2L. MOUNTAIN AOVOCATE "V w -it i ;V n.i t ? r THE MOUNTAIN ADYOGATE .I'UBLISHEII KVEhl Villi) Y AT BA"RBOFRVILLE,KKNTIUMO W. II. Mo Don ami V. 0. MclJoNU.n, Anmu1 KllITUK Kihtok I Kntml in Necoml-Ulmw MnOsr KettnwiT II, 1WI t tlio 1'iHimllm Ht Hrtwmrvllt. Ky., under Act of Cotmrww of Mnrwh S, W. One Dollar I'er Year in Advance The Offkldl ()r(dii ot llic Rciiiililicm Parly In linox Cotmlv. APOLOGETICAL Last week we laded to give Three Suites credit lor hii article lieaded. "Goicrnor's Knee" and havten to apologize for this oversight. AN EXPLANATION. We lmvj Itecti asked by the "Ken-1 . iii. ii i , I tttcky Itisdi American why we did ! not reply to the little, nnrrow-tnind-' ...',, . . .. , eel editor of the I eoplcs News n , the editorial on the question ol , Pnllinti-ifM'cm in wliirli 1l. n r hp in . v.. ..,......., .. ... B.w .- "Protestant to the Core." Wvll. this gentleman Uoin "law .iw .. . . .. does not appeal to us. or we would 11 ,. ecriaiiuy ;ie nun ii Mtumiu;. SMILES II...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

"2331 K kJ THE MOUNTAIN, ADVOCATE ty Good Backs for Bad- mSSSSSSS w . f X A J s; f- '.. i & & S i 1 There Is no substitute f or Royal Baking Pow der for making the best cake, biscuit and pastry. Royal is Ab solutely Pure and the only baking powder made from Royal grape cream of tartar ti ePffSRNft. w ? S96eCCeC Miss Myrtle Boston, of Flat Lick, wns here Thursday. V. H. Childers, of Hopper, was in town Wednesday. Green Gregory, of Stinking Creek, wns in town Thursday. G. V. Perry, of Gibbs, was in town Monday on business. J. Hart Rogers of Anchor, was in town on business Thursday. T. A. Watson, the piano man of Corlnu, was in town Tuesday. Gilbert Cobb, of Spru!e. made this office a pleasant call Thursday. Messrs. Hnmraons and Barnes, ol Hopper, were in town Saturday. Misses Cess and Geo Jaynes, of Bailey's Switch, were in town shop ping Wednesday. Mrs. Isaac C. Friend, of New Al bany, is the house guest of Mrs. II. P. Cottongitn. J. Mnt Freeman, of McRoberts, was here severa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

1 ' fvt m i s r'i 6- THE' MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE " t . ! v . V. . r- - if n lis. Red Button by will Irwin AUTHOR OF THE CITY THAT WAS, ETC. illustrated by Harry RXirissinger COPYRIGHT 1912. BOBBS-MERRILL C? u SYNOPSIS. Tommy North, returning to his room l.i Mrs. Moore's boarding house at 2 30 a m , discovers tlw body of Capt John llanskn, another roomer, with n kuliu nuuml on tils breast. Suspicion rests upon a man fhlnst the name of Lawrence Wait, who ad been heart quarreling ulth Hanska During tho excitement u strange woman who gives her nunio R Itosalle IGrunge, .ppears and takes Into her own horns across the street all of Sirs Moore's boarders. Including Mlris nstrllla, an In valid, whose brother was a fnvorlte among the other boarders Wade Is ar rested. Mrs. I.cdrangc who, while plying her trade as a trance nudlum, had aided Police Inspector Martin McOee several times, calls at his ofrlce to tell what she knows ot the crime While she Is there. Constnnce Hanska, widow of the murder d...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

mhr?uj . nrtf ,. , ...J a i i )'' -, --r-THB- -MOUNTAIN-" ADVOCATE --1 .. 7 UOMHa 3 "" Y T!fP,TTT V' v . : b. , i LV, t ' y I lNECMnONA; SUMSCflOOL Lesson (By JC. O. SELLKna. DIrocfor o! Kvenln Department. Tho Moody Bible Institute, Chicago,) ."- LESSON FOR APRIL 19. COST OF DISCIPLE3HIP. f.r.SfJON TEXT-Luko 11:15-35. GOIiDKN Tn.KT-"WhOfiofler would tivn hl Ufa shall lore It; and whooovor halt loan hlii life (or my Boko Bliall OcJ -.t" Matt. 18:25. Wlillo this dlacourso Is recorded only by St Luke, still tboro aro many ' things mentioned hero to which our Lord mado referenco on other occa sions. Last Sunday's Easter losson mado a break in the sequence of les ' eons wo havo been following, and shall follow for several succeeding Sundays. Leaving the chief Pharisee's houso .wherein ho criticized both host and guests, "great multitudes" followed our Lord. Turning, ho uttered somo of tho sovorcst and yet tho most won dorful words that over foil from his lips, as wo shall seo It wo follo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 April 1914

3 I . .. . t , .. , f - v J Plf'j VOS" I a a ' I k aaMaMEak iK "'tHMHB i ' i VYlkf jl .aaf af J WjH 'Thin ! iaaaiaaasajajaaaflaaaajsjSBjpjFj imihuwiimii adyaflajaiMaMaaiasjaaMaa i ' " 39r f rKm t i MTiTnnT mi n t j.Fn nntiiTfiTn r -;. ft 'I Ii if l-L aslSS M AnULlUHAL'UflU Uf MV1JN Ii wmy-r --.tf. s sram. E B5 r SB TWELVE HUNDRED ANDJF1FTY TRACTS of five nad ten acre each to be granted to prospective ettlers in throwing open Twtfiijr Thousand Acres of Ricih, Southern Georgia Land, which in admirably adapted to the growing ofytfWey,' tweet and Irish potatocs..cnnteloupel wntrr melon, corn, ont, cot ton, hay in fact, all staple croto jtrown ia this fertile section, ns well ns a large variety of semi-tropical its, and the lamoa irxroxnBely profitable paper-shell pecntn. ;- frn Provid opportun Hotel Henry Wattcrson LOUISVILLE, KY The South oio.t popular p i 'J rmU?n Abar1t'lr f'tpoof, ituiti I in lliij vtry h.art ol th ml ahuppm,. ,h!ikIiiJ aarallththtrr, FlaattCafalnLauittilla, wilhmed...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

'-? a BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. L P I THE BEGINNING OF WAR. From tbe Louisville Evening Poit. The Americans Tuesday seized the'Custom-houfle at Vera Cruz in tbe face of resistance, which resulted in the death of four Americans and tbe wounding of twenty. This is the beginning of war. In peace watchful waiting in justified; ia war each wasted moment is a murdered man. It is tbe belief of our people that tbe army and navy are ready and that the movements of tbe next lew weeks will be preconcerted and ag. gressive. The Senate debated for twenty-four ment of the President's action. As finally adopted by a vote of 79 to 13, it is a condesension of the statement adopted Monday by the House. Some of the amendments offered were well 'meant; others were de signed to embarrass the administration and make political capital for the opposition. Not even patriotism can fully silence tbe ambitious poir. tieian in search of a little vainglory. All were...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

Ik J ft k r.. r , i .u 3& ." I i WITH 110 Americans' Blood Shed To Prevent Huerta From Re ceiving Ammunition Federals Expect To Blow Up Bridge To Stay Progress of the Yankees Four Americans Killed and Twenty one Wounded Washington Tho United States asd Mexico arc now engaged In their second war. The conflict began when Ur Adm Fletcher, acting under Instructions from the president, communicated to him by the secretary of the- navy, seized Vera Cruz, the gateway to Mex ico City. The nncr differentiations of Interna tional lawyers as to what constitutes or does not constitute an act of war were swept aside when marines and bluejackets were landed from Fletch er's squadron, and by force of arras took possession of the principal sea port on the east coast of Mexico Blood Is Shed. The blood of American enlisted men was shed In this attack, and when Fletcher sent a cable to the navy de partment that the casualties number ed four dead and 21 wounded it became Idle to quibble about the p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

mMmrii'fwmii ' A-- " -V :",. , ... . -'-.'-'..;. m, .?.. . -. . . ? - riff i - , VS p.TW'yrawjH ; f HSk5' TM, MOUNTAIN DVPCATE, y ',,.- JT .4' J4tXaU EUSeeM r7f' ranlFfc' 1 K5 huh? wSk. :i HXl I ikcSKiiL PLACED raty- MOON 1 lAKWivJv' MACGRM Roture-s CD. . GHODI CHAPTER I. At the Stage Door. Courtlandt sat perfectly straight; his ample shoulders did not touch tho back of bis choir; and his arms wore folded tightly across his chest. Tho characteristic of bis attitude was tonsencss. Tho nostrils woro well de fined, as In one who sets tho upper Jaw hard upon tho nether. Ills brown eyes their ga,zo directed toward the stage whence came the voice of tho prima donna epitomized tho tension, expressed tho whole as In a word. Just now tho voice was pathetically subdued, yet reached every part of tho auditorium, kindling the ear with lts singularly mollowlng sweetness. To Courtlandt It resembled, as no other sound, tho noto of a muffled Burmceo gong, struck In tho dim Incensed cav ern of a tem...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

ml STAfiTADYOCATE rf ? 'I'UDr!lHHKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT BARIIOUKVILLK,KRNTUOKY W. II. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Kntxml na Hecoml-Olim Matter Kobrunrjr it, lltil nt the J'mtotnce at llnrbourvlllt. Ky., muter Act ot Conrt-ii of March S. 1V, On Dollar far Year in Advance The Ofllclal Orqan or the Hepuollcan Parly In Knox County. it I L LO I ASSOCIATE THIRD ROUND DOWN AND OUT riic first thinK f did when I roll "cl into my toon that night wn to skin ort a lew layers of my clothes, connect my face with an Egvo iian lung medio, slide into my bath robe, prop my So. lis up on the mantle and proceed to rummage my though t-bo. for some scheme' Whereby I mjgJlt ue ahk tQ g;ye Nig Bess my newly annexed fiancee, the loose, the loose shake. I thought of all kinds of idiotic method, but couldn't find n fit. Then I decided to write her n I.m calling myself an over-brown yel low , up, and tell her the unliq undatid truth. Hut I soon changed my mind and thought it would be better to te...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

WEES r "JTTwyr'fTi HHMHHHBHrnHntaMMrMMBm111 in 11 rx,- , T;' r m- i - - - s, rNr- - f f.yvr r.v.T WH-, & V' K. ST v &: J J .2 , . ur P SfflW J Irt. Hy. : . tf: ," l I j 5,- W 7- r . TH$ MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . ,-- l m t - -V ,. 1J 'mtfmmmmmm&&mmmmmtmimmv9iimiimmmmmmmmmmmmnMmmii hlhi in im mn mmBBBammmmmmmmBasBMmmKEMMa L. & N. r. r, 1- S III No Substitutes RETURN to the grocer all sub stitutes sent you for Royal Bak- ing Powder. There is no sub stitute for ROYAL. Royal io a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. 8 PGRSONftb J .CIVIC LEAGUE NOTICE Subscribe for tlio Mountain Advocate, $1 a year. Hen Gibson, of Corb'tn, was in town several tlays this werl;. Uoun To the wife of I). Urittain, Saturday, a 10 pound hoy. Born To the wife of Ray Ballard, Sunday, an 8 pound girl. H. C. ChappclJ, editor of Three - States, was in town between trains Tuesday. Uncle Logan Kunyon passed his eighty-first mile stone Thu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

'v- f.:fT"". THE' M'OUNTAlti ADVOCATE m . 1 J...-!l - HlMMiVll f f jVr. : 5.1 u SYNOPSIS. Tommy North, returning to his room In Mr. Moore's boardlwc house at J. SO n. m., discover thn body of Capt John llnnskA, another roomer, with a knife wound on Ills breast. Simpleton mil upon a man living the name of tiwrenco Waile, who had been heard quarreling with Hanska. Daring- the excitement a strange woman who Rives her name as Rosalia LcGrnnKe. appears and takes Into tier own home aero the street all of Mrs. Moore s hoarders. Including Miss Estrllla. an In valid, whose brother was a favorite among the other boarders. Wade I; ar rested. Mrs. LeGrange. who. while plying bar trade as a trance medium, had aided Vollce Inspector Martin Mcce several times, exnmlnes the house where Han ska was killed and finds on the fire es cape outside Kanaka's window a red shoe button, which sho conceals. Mrs. L-Onuik-e pretends to go Into a trance in Miss Estrllta's room and communes wiin spirits. Buealle f...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

- . 1 V M ;., it " i . t. - V. ' i-"i . Ml . ' . UBSA Imv ft.' W; p. f g i- & Ifcf 11- : ;r M Are You Suffering Auto-Intoxication IB"" "poisoning, or the tato of being poisoned, from toxic, tubitanccs produced within the tody' ThU U a condition duo to the stomach, bpweU, kldncjj liver, or Dotes of Ihc body falling to throw off tho poisons. Mora than SO JC of adults asuHcrlngfrom this trouble. ThU Is Pf"jbfou E$$S JtorSjuccdluh DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY fin Tablet of Uinta Will remedy the trouble. It first aids the system to expel accumulated poisons. It acts as a tonic and finally enables tho body to eliminate Its own poisons without any outsldo aid. Obey Nature's warnings. Your dealer In medldneawlll supply you, or you nay send SOe tat a sampM packade ot tablet by matt, Mixta Dr.R.V.flerce, Ba(talo,N.Y. COULDN'T STAND FOR DEFEAT According to London Newspaper, Col ored Opponent of Irishman Had Little Chance. A brawny eon of Erin waa acting ns Umo keeper In a rough-an...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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