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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1914

.1 TttUl .ttOtmAIN ADVOCATE saasasf: 1 5 r, r.c.fe3B, Hole! Henry Watterson LOUbVILLE. KY. Tli Sutli nlot popular puc J, moJtin Abfolutalr fir proofi ailuatril In lli ty hlt ol ilia irtml alioppirm diatnetand near alltlitrt.atre.. Flnea! Cfe in I oul.tilU, v.ilhm.o'.r.l. pri.a. Club BirMl from 23 up: roon Jar Lum h 50v i lbl jr liote Dinner, b la Dp. in J I 00 AIo rlaliaiatr U call. Klt in R-.irant Kath.lirHrr p-i (mm p.m. la I m. m, Oiehf atral mt vocal muiic. ROOM PRICES With runnlnf water and private toilet $1 pr day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 pur day Large sample rtomi with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially Invited lo male inU hotel our liradiUrlia wlule in Loui.ville even ll only lor day Have your mail and paikaeea a(ldreaed her. You will ulHay i br a wet. oi.i- KUeal. ROBERT II. JONES. Mane.ar. O I AGRICULTURAL LAND OPEffl TWELVE HUNDRED AND FIPTY TRACTS of fiven,nd ten acres each to lie granted to prospective settlers in throwing open Twenty Thou...

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

mzjsm OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THK REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 30. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. ROYAL ARCH MASONS Knox County Boys on Mexican Border PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR PROGRAM OF CLOSING PROTECTION AGAINST "WORMY FRUIT" INSPECTED EXERCISES I .'VjsssWys. "V-si-r1 y ' " ' " 'i HP9iy.iBssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssiBssssssssWa ymwPrtiissssmr 1Mwm4tyt9I 4AT" ? 11 VI u 3 a ty vm ?v , '1 -t .2 G. A. Lewis Pays Official Vlsitj Degree Work and Luncheon G. A. Lewis, of Frnnkfort. made Dnrbourville Chapter No. 137, R. A. M. an official visit last Saturday, the nature of hi visit being the an nual inspection of this Chapter. A candidate in the person of Dr. John G. Tye took the work of the Chap ter degrees, which was followed by a light lunch at Uncle Ike's Restaur arit. Mr, Lewis was elected an Honor ary Member of this Chapter, and the following resoltuions were adopted: "Whereas, Companion Geo. A. Lewis, of Fr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1914

W.11 V V f ' -V MOxfoTAIN ,1 THE ADVOCATE ..4''t ..A. :-&: ,1 tiv. w . Br HUERTA ACCEPTS MEDIATION PLAN WITHOUT RESERVE Argentine, Brazil, Chile, France, England and Spain Will Medi ate Mexican Trouble. CHOOSE SEVENTH AS UMPIRE Agent of Constitutionalists at Wash ington Tell State Department That Carranza and Followers Will Have to Be Consulted. Vorn Cruz, April 29. Captain Cham- borlaln of tho battleship North Da kota and a detachment of marines took possession of the old fortress ot San Juan do Ulloa, nnd hoisted the American flag over the works. All the political prisoners confined In tho foul dungeon beneath tho surface of the wators of Vera Cruz bay were re leased. Washington, April 29. "Federal forces are continuing to mnko over ture to the constitutionalists for a combination of forces against the United States." In theso words Admiral Mayo in a dispatch to Secretary of tho Navy Daniels, received todav. described tho 'situation at Tamplco. "The situation at Tamplco Is un ...

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

THK. fMOUNTAINrlADVOCAT $W 4lw . f'l - 3 W I V.-v !' i & STRATEGIC POINT ON VERA CRUZ RAILWAY This Is ono ot tho two bridges on the line of the railway from Vora Cruz to Mexico City, the control of which means much to tho success of the American troops. The bridges are only a few miles from Vera Cruz, and their destruction would seriously hamper the movement toward the capital. FIFTH BRIGADE EMBARKS ,AT GALVESTON bdrJrdlfIrnrrJrrdrJrdrrJrir GENERAL FRED FUNSTON The Fifth brigade, U S. A., under command of Urig. Gen. Fred Funston, on its way to the transports at tho Galveston docks, where It embarked for Vera Cruz. In the brigade uro about 4,700 officers and men, comprising the Fourth. Seventh, Nineteenth and Twenty-eighth Infantry, the Sixth cavalry, one batter' of the Fourth Held artillery, a company of engineers, a company of the signal corps and an ambulance corps. BORDER COMMANDERS AND TROOPS v.?hjvii Hrig. Gon, Fred Funston Is in com mand of the Fifth brigade, United States...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1914

:r 'U J ! ".t A tank vi! .. m aa. . . l .. ' ' b" MMMMtaMM THE" MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE FUBMSHKU KVfcM FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLK,KKNTUCKy "HA! NOW, THAT'S WHAT Professional Cards, I CALL REAL MEDICINE "I Never Had Anything Clean Out My Blood and Put New 'Ginger Into Me Like ROOT JUICE DldJn All My Life." W. n. MqDonald Kditor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Kirron . . r ". SBBSBBBsflpV&'d!&Kfl V3B A EilM Kntered ni Hecmu.-Uliis. Mnttvr Kctininry ', -M, 1WI nl tha lHtinic lit HnrlMiurvllle, Kjr., u mler Act u( Coiigre-M of Mnrvli :. 1W. One Dollar I'or Year in Advance The oriici.il Organ ot the ItcpiiDlican Party In Knox County. THE YFLT-OW FLAG It has been saiil tliat the Unit ed States is the greatest nation on earth, If tins is true, why should we yiqld to the little whims of lluerta? If we do, any little Republic mi lite globe can say to us, "We have hilled and murdered vmireitioiis; we have torn your lias from the stall' of tlio Legation; we hae wrongful ly arrested your sailors ami ma ri...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1914

, ,. . "THE MOUNTAINS "ADV03ATEW'-" .iw T"T wiKQ9rtHmmtnmemmmGamm V iKKk.' 14-H M 1 . t' LA P fe i: 4 I' r r V: BE m .i ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health and Saves Money and Makes Better Food PERSONALS Chns. D. Cole, of Henhntn, visited his parents here this week. Mrs. C. M. Kelton nrrti children are fit Rim for n month's visit to friends nnd relatives. Mrs. D. C. Talbot, of Indianapolis, Ind is visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Albright. M. A. Gray, of Corbin, was here Thursday on business. Orban Miles, oi Corbin, spent Sunday with his parents in this city. Robert Riley was in Middlesboro Sunday. Roy Rotjcrs, the efficient script denier, at Warren, was in town Thursday Pitman Smith, of Warren, was in town Thursday Rev 0 G Ragan, Supt Lexington District Kentucky Conference, M E c, accompanied by his wife, are the guests of Rev E R Overly Mrs. Ben Logan, of Pineville, and Miss Marguerite McNeil, of Arte mus, were shopping in this city Wednesday. President Samuel Plantz, of Law rence ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1914

a L : r s V It SYNOPSIS. Tommy North, returning to his room In Mrs. Itoore'i boarding home nt 2"90 a. m,, discovers the body of Capt John ltnnsXa, mother roomer, with a knife wound on hli brrnst. Sunrlclon rrtt upon a man slvlnc the tnuno of Lawrence Wade, ho had been heard quarreling with llink. During the excitement a (trance woman who Rives her name in Hosalle LeOranire, appear and take Into her own home across the street alt of Mrs. Monro's boarders. Including Miss Kstrllla. an In valid, whose brother was" "i faxortte. among; tho othsr boarders. Wade Is ar rested. Mrs. LeClrnnKe. who, while plying her trade as a trance medium, had Aided Police Inspector Martin MeClee several times, examines the house where llan ka was killed and finds on tho flrt es cape outside Ilanska's window a red shoe button, which she conceal. Sirs. Lo Orange pretends to go Into a trance In Miss Estrtlla's room and communes with spirits, ltirtnlte finds evidence to show that Estrtlla's real n.imo Is I'eres...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1914

la?? . ,- r.it?u. ..tJji.'ft-avwv'L'ij AtJvr.:vi.' tit - i '". i in i m t iiinrln Tl f Wi- l Hn'iTsnis - TO I in1 1. rn r;; fe PW BUSINESS ABOVE ALL THINGS Parmer Willing to Let Wlf Sob Her Fill ir He Got the Price for the "Coo." The farmers mot In tho market town, and there wns a calculating look In tho eyes of both as thoy faced each other, "About that tlioro coo I was talking to you of tho other day," bo gan Farmer Dobbins; "will you take twelve pounds for her, aeorge7" "No, no. 01 couldn't part with 'cr for that not by a long chalk," "Hut t'other day you told mo you might lot 'cr go for that." "Something's 'nppened to tho coo, slnco them." "Mercy on us, Oeorgo, what's tho matter? Coo dead?" "Worser 'n thnt," said Oeorgo. "You sec, my old missus can't abcar to part with t' old coo. It 'ud broak 'or 'cart She'd sob 'crself Into a fit over It." "Well, woll, I supposo that ends the business?" '"Well, I'm not so suro o that, Parmer Hayseed. Look 'ero. Make It twelvo pun' ten, and let...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1914

LwaaSl &,- ?, Tn i - - . ,7- i 1 tfi -- ..' i -" . ' ' W "l WANT ADS- iiirrnriiniir i . LJ, , .. 11 m S IB LI IT - ! Dll AbJUbUbiUlliUi LAM raiwij I - t WHEN PURCHASING n Piano you want thi very best. Let in quote you our prices before you buy Our instruments come direct from factory to you no middleman' profit. , WATSON PIANO CO., T. A. Watson, Gen. Mgr., Phone ilH, Corbin, Ky. WANTED Young Indies to learn typesetting and printing. This is a nice business and nny girl can earn from $0 00 to $lfi 00 per week here at home. I can use two or three ladies and give them steady employment. Call on or address,' W. H. McDonald, Uditor Advocate, Uarbourville, Ky. TWELVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TRACTS or five and ten acres acli to. be granted to prospective settlers in throwing open Twenty Tlionjuiod Acres of Rich, Southern GeWgla Lam, which i admirably, ndnpted to the growing of crlery, sweet nod Irish potatoes, cantelonpeV, -water melons, corn, onts, cot ton, hay in fact, all staple crops gro...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

V . . . . . - mttifatn oo OmCOLATK Kt THIA WIIK 1,730 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 31. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. PREPARE TO ENTER TAIN OLD VETERANS CHURCHES IN POLITICS. 'JUMmfiOt I linwK-Kj; I m m. WW Wt 9 9 cl tC5 S f h W21 I t. Mass Meeting Held at Court House Sunday Afternoon Hon. Charles Davis, Great Sachem I. O. R. M. On next, Tuesday at 10:00 a. in., the Gniat Gouneil of Hed Men of Kentucky will ho called to order by Uhrrles Davis, of thin city, lie having him veil as Great Sachem for twelvo months will on Wed nesday deliver t lie Tonmliawljof Authority to mint her. Mr. Davis in the second nieinlier from Tolioupitoulas to attain the honored position of Great Sachem. W. II. McDonald having M?rved as Great Sachem in 1000-10. Mr. Davis has made a splendid record Ins administration has been of'the c.leaneRt type, he has had many hard problems to solve but has handled then'i with fairnes...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

11 SfPSKHB jt- ,,,va. "5,f 'sisr V7i. ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . r r FEDERALS PLANT MINES TO BLOW UP TROOP TRAIN Huerta's Soldiers Ready to Touch Off Fuses Should Americans Advance on Capital. FUNSTON READY FOR BATTLE Admiral Mayo Says He Can Easily Take Tampleo and Hints That It Would Bo Advisable to Do So Federalo Reinforced. Washington, May 6. With the most profound secrecy marking the delib erations of the mediators, develop ments In tho Mexican situation point to tho fact that only ono topic Is open to discussion now to tho mediators .the failure of Huerta to salute tho flag -at Taraplco. The other questions "have cither ocon adjusted or there Is no possibil ity of mediating them. Huerta refuses to leave Mexico City. Carrnnza refuses to enter Into a truco pending tho con clusion of tho mediation. Tho United States has succeeded In getting ninety per cent of Its citizens out of Mexico. Federals Plant Mines. Washington. May 6. Information came from. Vera Cruz to tho war de partmen...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

& '.. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Pib1 r ,-v V - , ft.' GREATER STATE BY EDUCATION NEW PRESIDENT, W. P. KINO, OF "" BELLEVUE, FOR WIDER ACTIVITIES. MOST PROFITABLE MEETING Retolutlont Pasted Advocating Rural Uplift and Vocational Work Stormy Debate on Book Concern!. ADVOCATED BY EDUCATORS. Higher salaries for teachers. Hotter roads. Neighborhood clubs. Stnto and national aid for estab lishment of vocational schools. Increased efforts for safeguard ing of the homo as a religious In stitution. Submission of educational and moral problems to the masses. Night lectures In rural schools and campaign against Illiteracy. Speedy change In system of tax ation. Agricultural training. Western Newppnper Union News Service. Louisville, Ky. Tho annual meeting of tho Kentucky Educational associa tion closed hero with tho election among others of W. I'. King, superin tendent of the Ilellevuo public schools, as president and the adoption of reso lutions calling for tho Improvement of rural life and ed...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

(I U "Vv. ' ' ' S,r . 1" . '11 . ""P' '...". THAT MOUNTAIN HhVrViT - 1 - """ - -i & ' " 1 LLM . ZZ7.t..'i. . --' seta - .i. WHRh MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE J -, V -V WHEE! NO SPRING F EVER " Professional Cards. rUBLlBHHI) XVKnY FRIDAY AT HARUOU KVILLK, KKNTlUMtY OR BAD BLOOD THIS YEAR Dfcf)ii!n.fY" tf arid J !- i tsMKSHSMMHMnMMsaMWtMMiSsaftia Wonderful ROOT JUICE Quickly Overcomes That Tired, Lazy, 'All-in" Feeling, Cleans the Blood, Builds You Up. Fine for OKI Folks, Too. Guaranteed. Pjtentad WIl. McDonu.d Editor V, 0. McDonald, Assoc. Kditor 1887 .....'. .-, Twenty-ieven. Years Ago the first Comiht Metal Shingles were put on. Kntered u Necoml-OlM. Mutter February It. 1MU t tb IVttomoa lit llHrbourvllli. Kjr under Act of('ungre of March J, lsTH, m Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Ufllci.il Oraan or the Ncpubllcin Parly in Knox County. How About the Future? Wo are made to wonder what the new board of trustees that was elected to tako charge of our city Schools last Saturday will do. Wi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

, TH MOUNTAltJ, AbVOCATK 3&mTTS to- N tf i. ,-- ( fci ffV iv? ; iwv I-.A.., K ' i: rvr " iV .. 4V , r-. SXii 7 CHURCHES IN POLITICS (nontlnuml from lnt pnRe.) there for any ptirpme,, lie! there for the purpose of getting information for tin brncfit of the power which br represents, which is none other than the Pope of Home. What ia there connected with the American government that should demand the same representative from the Vati can as we get from a foreign, country whose citizens are upon our shores and our citizens upon theirs, and where the trade and industry and com merce of our people are dependent uion the good-will and advantage se cured through the diplomatic corps? It is a well known fact that Mr. Taft sent his military aid, Major Hutts, to carry a special message to the vntican of Rome and to limit; buck a reply therefrom, nnd that Major llutt had in his possession that reply when he went down on the ill-fated Titanic in April of t'Jl'J. What occasion has the Presid...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

EttMEZ x A .THE MOUNTAIN ADyOtCATE.T" mania nwMtwwwn t. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE VftRReN (bv Mutt) Mack rindlev, ofBrnnetivillr, was warren this week. V. G. Martin and S. V. Carntack went to llathnurville Monday. Superintendnnt Raney went to Ilarlmurville Inst Friday on business. Hoy Rogers spent n couple of dnjs the city of Darbourville last week. i J. K. Turtle, of Belknap Hard ware Company, Louisville, was in town Monday. Don R. Heeson, the architect, ol Johnson City, came over Monday and spent a few days with in War ren. Sam U. Stellner, of Chattanooga 'Armature Works, spent several days in Wnrren last week in the interest nf his company. " C. N. Crockett, an expert arma turs winder, came over from Pulas ki, Va., last week and has gone to work for the Carter people. Mrs. Hesrv Nolen, formerly Miss Jimmie Hemphill, of Artemus, was a pleasant visitor of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Westerfield, for several days last week. Miss Minnie Uell Smith, the very attractive daughter of J. Y. Smith,...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

TJtt MOUNTAIN .ADyp.CATE ' W"' " ' ts ,' -: v; &. lV. fJk. is v The Fad 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. Rfyal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. PERSONALS Dr. Samuel Bennett is visiting in our city this week. C. G.Jackson, of Swan Lnke, was In town on businese Tuesday. Mrs. C. M. Kelton returned Mon day night from a visit to relatives at Rim. Mr. and Mrs. . T.Cnin, of Grays, are here this week the guests of their daughter, Mrs Mat Freeman. Hon. James M. Wilson, Mayor of the city, is in Georgetown this week representing the local camp in the M. W. A., of the State. Miss Clara Campbell, of Indian Creek,...

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

JT H ,;? ' 'V tf themountain advocate -'. tf. M , JUr . r ARMED STRIKING MINERS AT LUDLOW, COLORADO JACKIES PATROLING MAIN STREET OF VERA CRUZ f wHHl it kObLB-K '-Bhk 9vl 1 -W -J ,h """" 7 n tt fl-jf if' Iej1BVMkW BRihe 1 r . IfjHRn. v - Tl 'HBHK fiflBk R 4 Jb sbbbbbbbbsm BBBBBBBBBBfl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsT jt' KbbV X BBkiMg SBBm ' Hi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS'hPBBBBBrBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBT BBBBsT BHmNsV BmKBmmmmmBmmmmmBudBLQScfvmmK BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBt EBOBBBBBBBBBBslBBlsrl SHBrSBBt fiV IE fiwBVSHNsna'lJi LbIIIiIIIIbWbshbbbbbbbbbbbHbbSHHHHhBHHP& 'bbbbbbbbBu X V KBErE&wM0K4&J2rKui t KBBBBBBBnSnwVBBBBBBBBBBBBBKBBBSLflBY BBBVllSBBBsTIjBllf I If IlBfinsfltaX 1 BBBBxBBBBBJBaBslBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBBBsSBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBK H BBBBBBBBBlOf M 1. $ I , yfnBEKiS3SsaHKKffTnmifBmB'S: f KBHWBBSMBmaW rVcV fB sbPbbbbbYsbt bIby ?m Kf iBij Wr I uuitaLAwtisslsBBBBBBsaBSBBBBBBsflBB ' ' " " ' -- - -x- . & . . , During the bloody conflict In Colorado between tbe striking miner on one side and the ml...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1914

-"-"- " gsHKKsVfl THE' MOUNTAIN- AD VOCAfk' if" lad ' WPaajej v V-o I I IMht ,--... ii - . . i i - i fikiTsss; i vr I V -"Val-, PLACED HGNEY- JAOON MkCCM Pictures 0 CD rhod: ?s&w &sv 8YN0P8I3. Eleanora do Tnacana. wfla atnetna In Parlfi. nhlrh. perhaps, accounted for Ed- trard Caurtlnntlt'a annearancn thcro. Mul tlmllllonalre," he wandered about where fancy dictated. He might bo In Parts one day and Kamchatka the next. Following the opera lie goes to a cafe and 1 ac costed by a pretty younK woman. She Klrca him tho address of Flora Deslmone, vocal rival of Toacnna, and Flora Klves him the address of Eleanora. whom ho Is determined to see. CHAPTER III Continued. Oh, stubborn Dutchman that be bad boon! Blind fool! To havo run away -Instead of fighting to tho last ditch for bis happiness! Tho Deslmone woman was right; It had taken him a lone tlmo to como to tho conclusion that Bho dono him an 111 turn. His Jaw Bet, and tho pressuro of his lips broke the sweep of his mustache, c...

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

v. v.-Ll v ---. 2T WANT ADS W '.- , fijESl .'TglF MOUNTAIN AVOCAT . . , ' SLiav. ,.,., .JHHH i ri tMnTi-L'. r )-' "'' ""-" ciubii f ii'Wj ittJNtFw uit iiwiWyi l'llla'l!j"ieMwjiaMiiMjMi i ,. . r t i i., "" '' i--i . . i - wean paas iaai pias afcriffTO - - - j . r . . . ,, t w ' " - ..-we . v . I mMMIHMaHHMMNHMMHHMMIMMMMWHMM '.. WnilN Pl'IU HA9IN0 a Piano von wnnt the very best. Let u quote you our Our instru factory profit. WATSON PIANO CO., T. A. Watson, "en. .lgr., Phone 191, Corbin, Ky jWhen Your Blood is Right prices before you htiv.ll . lift I O ' l" I""i ' I I r;rr,,s::;:j Your Whole System is Right WANTKD Youtur Indies to learn typesetting mill printing. This is a nice business anil auv girl enn earn from "" 00 to $1."00 per week bere at ftorue. 1 can use two or tlirce ladies and give tbeiu steady employment. Call on or address, V. 11. McDonald, IMitor Advocate, Uarbourville, kv. I AGRICULTURAL LI I OPENING sett FOR SAI.H A line black mare, ft years old, 10 Iiaiuls high, weigh...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

.c ! ' ' omtiain I - V .7 OUK CIRCULATION THIS WEEK i .7.sn . --- W- OFFICtAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 32. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 15,-1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. "K.s UmlAfttft iV 13 f r V B' Pr m i" Ef- .'' : m u i-i H, v K jr GOOD MAN GONE Hon. J. 'D. Jarvis Passes To his Reward. Hon. John 1). Jarvis was born in Hancock county, in the State of Tennessee, in the year 1854. In early life he came to Knox county, Kentucky, with his father's family and resided here from that time un til his death, which occurred on Way 11, 1914. It can be said in the strictest truth that he was a good citizen; that in his death the community has lost one of its best. Always courteous, genteel and lova ble, he fixed himself in th affection and respect of all with whom he came in contact. In his young manhood he engag ed in teaching and was at one time Superintendent of the Public Schools ol Knox county. He fob lowed teaching for a number of y...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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