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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

,"WV rJ.- YrETr'. '. i . o? THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ,. I K L. V 0.5. COOL IS HELD SECRETARY OF STATE DEMANDS THAT DICTATOR FREE SILLIMAN. PEACE ENVOYS REJECT AID U. S. Admiral Offers Dictator's Com mtssloners Courtesies, but They Want No Help Sail for Niagara Fallc Mexico City. May 13 Acting For eign Secretary Estova Huls announced Monday that at the request of the Bra zlllan minister the Mexican govern ment has agreed to release United States Consul SUliman at Saltlllo, to have him brought to this capital and to placn him at the disposal of the Brazilian legation, which must prom ise that he shall leave Moztco. Washington, May 13. A demand for the Immediate release of John It. SU liman, United States vice-consul Im prisoned by Mexican federals at Sal tlllo, was made Monday by Secretary Bryan on the three South American envoys engaged In mediation efforts between this country and President Huerta. Several hours later, while there nppenrcd to be a critical situa tion as a result of 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. — 15 May 1914

jw.-: the" mountain advocate B". K fS- ., lawawawawtft u wSUBtf (I W iBEjk fl Religion Bringing Broader Sympathy Dy REV. Is. W. MILLAR Peater KMwk An. UantneJwl Chunk, CMtase religion. Many of the ideas that dominated man for ages aro now regarded m nonsensical in this greater world of God. Tho spirit of brotherhood is prevailing everywhere and men arc learning that life is to be found in service to humanity. Use is the chnnnel by which tho divine life flows to men or to churches. lien ore learning that in order to live, grow and be happy they must not hoard their treasures, natural or spiritual, but spend themselves in tho service of their fellow men, giving freely of the life which they in turn rcccivo from tho giver of all good. This spirit of sympathy and true humanity is abroad in our cities as never before. Among the mom enlightened this spirit is manifesting itself and is bearing the rich fruit of self-sacrificing charity toward those less fortunate. In our cities' largo cont...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

lir.t.1,' 1 -J lA ; y . l lz THE MOUNTAIN ABROGATE MJBUSHED KVF.KY rRIDAY AT BA.llUOURVlLLE,KKNTUCIvY MOUNTAIN Mg?"." ""' ADVOCATE W. H. McDonald .... KniTort V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editoii . Entered as Heconil-Cla Matter February M, 1M at the Postotnce at narbourvllle, KT: under Act of Oongre is of March It, ls. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The orilclal Orflan or the Rcpuhllcan Partv In Knox Cotinlv. To be at Head of Institute for the Next Five Years The Hoard of Trustees of the llar bourville Bnptist Iustutc linve se lected I'tof. J. A. Lowrv a President of the Institute for the next five years. The term of school just closed was the lrst in the history of this school and the Hoard has made a wise selection in Prof Lowrv as President. Inherited Character. , It has boon explained that character and behavior of all organic matter, plants as well us animals and human balnxs. Is determined by what are known as character units Thus In taking a hypothetical case of the shrewd, cruel f...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

vyf'rJ " : s M - -rate- . -. ? """wr. "'T ,,THK ' MOUNTAIN ? ADVOOKTB' T'rg'grTr V, A'r t. ' ! " ?. Caw" 1 r-w- Sw lft?Qme $t& 3Ba. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE PERSONALS liny good Slices, cheap n Parkers Win. Elmn, of I'incville, was here Sunday. W. II. McDonald is nut nf town this week. J. II. Wall, of Corbin, wns in nur city Tuesday. J. M. Robswn is in London this week on legal business. Jimmie Valentine, of Arjay, wns on our streets Sunday. Mrs. . M. Hunt, of Arjny, h vis iting relatives here this week. Biggest line ol men's mid hoys' suits lit lowest prices, I'arl.'er's - If you are looking for GOOD foot wear cheap, go to Parker's 0. V. Garrett, of Uerea, spent sev eral days of this week in our city. A big lot of bargains in men's . 'nnd boys' low cut Shoes at Parkers ' ' T. C. McNeil, of Lindsay, was here the first ol the week on busi - ness. , Parker's have just received n 'j . , ". l...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

JlII IStaJi ADVOCATE I ... . v K PLACED I4QNEY- MOON 1 WLJLU MA.CGM Pictures CD RHOD Bat SYNOPSIS. Kteanoru S Toscsna, was tinging In rrls. which, perhaps, accounted for Kd srsrd Courtlamlt's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he wandered about where Tancjr dictated. He might be In Paris one 4T and Kamchatka the next. Following; the open he Roes to a cafe and Is ac costed br a pretty younir woman. She srtves htm the address of llora Urslmone. ocal rival of Toscana. and Flora fives 1lm the address of Eleanors, whom he la determined to see. Courtlandt enters KleanorVn apartments. She orders him out and shoots at htm. CHAPTER IV. Captive or Runaway, At the ago of twenty etx Donald Ab bott had become a prosperous and dis tinguished painter In water colors. Ills work was Individual, and at the name time It was delicate and charm ing. One saw hie Italian landscapes as through a filmy gauze; the almond blossoms of Sicily, tho rose-laden walls of Florence, the vineyards of Chlantl, the po...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

. .... ? Jw . y.f ( T-- vyf " ! t?"- - 'v?- urv ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. &-' -Jra i V 'A- IV .A f M sSK I J. P r JOHN C. C. MAYO , DIED IN NEW YORK i HEROIC STRUGGLE TO REdAIN HEALTH LOST BY NOTED KttNTUCKIAN. ' WAS VICTIM OF UREMIA Millionaire Labored To Develop Re ' 'sources of His' Native State, Gain- Ing Success and Wealth. WesUrn Newspaper Union News Service, Lexington, Ky. John '6. Calhoun Mayo, Democratic national commlttoc l man from Kentucky, died at tho Wnl ' ,, .dorf-AstQrlo, Now York. Urcrnlo pol Boning was tho cause, Mr. Mayo at tho-tlmo of his death was surrounded ' - "by members of his family and closo friends. Tho end was courageous, tho ' samo as Mr. Mayo's career. After a - long strugglo for health In Cincinnati and his homo city of Palntsvllle, Ky., Mr. Mayo was brought to Now York April 25 and took tho apartments In which ho died. Ho had tho attention of thhj city's and America's best spe cialists, but they -were, unable to help him, A week ago Mr,.Mao showed...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1914

w:- ' tms MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE T V " '"- ,' !' '.' JM-l-yHlfl f III 1 SSSSSS $i l WANT ADS - WHEN PURCHASING a Piano you want the very best. Let us 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 10t, Corbin, Ky. SALESMAN WANTKD-$7G.0O per month and nil expenses to begin. Experience not absolutely neces sary. Take orders from dealers lor Cigarettes, Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos. Penn Tobacco Co,, Station O, New York, N. Y. WANTED Young ladies to learu typesetting and printing. This is a nice business and any girl enn .earn from $0 00 to $15 00 per week here nt home. I can use two or three ladies and give them steady employment. Call, on or address, W. II. McDonald, Editor Advocate, Barbourville, Ky. H .JL.Z... .XT' rrr -n TJ:&nP!JjjEr!"sP5W''BBBBBl BpwjMS9)wjMksji9S9REflH 1 mKnHmaK8am1w'? FOR SALE-A fine black mare, ." years old, 10 hands high, weight 1,200 pounds, wo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

r r . omtfain JUttm ftde h LsJIttnB 111 I CIRCULATION1 I THIS WEEK n. v . v !"7. "ft i-." '4 -H' It'-". ' L&V- e v OFFICIAL OKGAN OF THE RKPUBLICAN PARTY itf KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 33. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. HON. CALEB POWERS, WHO WILL, ABOUT JUNE FIRST, MAKE HIS FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR RE-ELECTION FOR CONGRESS Owing to an agreement of Mr. Powers and Mr. Bosworth neither of them will announce until about this time. Mr. Powers willhc a can didate whether Mr. Bosworth runs or not, but will withhold formal announcement until later under their agreement. y" VABE MARTIN WEDDING u" .i. vi x-m. i mw I'luitvjiiiftii i l RV (dl CARNIVAL A lioine talent entertainment will be given in the Auditorium of Union College Friday night, May 29 191-t, for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid ol theM. B. Church. Do not miss this opportunity ol seeing oue of the best home talent plays ever given here. A ruial wed- , diug' with lots of funny ch...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

' , r ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t ,1 ft u f If L. L I I',- & TA MAY QUIT DICTATOR REPORTED TO HAVE INSTRUCTED ENVOYS TO OFFER ABDICATION. ASKS LARGE LOAN IN RETURN Demand Carranza Be Darred From Presidency; That He Help Name New Ruler; That U. S. Loan Mexico $400,000,000 Former Aid Flee. Vera Cruz. Mex., May JO. Gen Vic. torlnno Hucrta Is said to have sent word to his mediation delegates that he would resign tho presidency of the Mexican republic ou the following four conditions: 1. That General Carranza bo forever barred from ascending to the presi dency. 2. That Hucrta may have a choice In naming the new ruler ot the repub lic. 3. That tho United States make an Immediate loan of between three hun dred and fifty million and four hun dred million dollars to tho Mexican government 4. That the United States govern ment pay approximately $100,000,000 for the lease of Magdalena bay. Washington. May 20. Despite tho many unofficial reports that Huerta Js willing to resign, on certain co...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

I W '. V r ite HELLO GIRLS ASK MORE PAY TELEPHONE OPERATORS AT LEX. INQTON ALSO COMPLAIN OF TOO LONG HOURS. COMPANY REFUSES REQUESTS Girls Work Nine Hours a Day, Seven Days WeekWant to Have Sun day Off Once a Month. Western N'ewtp-iptr Union News Servler. ' Lexington, Ky Lexington Is threat cneil with n strike, of the telephone girls, and (he public la nnxlously nwalt Ing tho result of thu negotiations, which will, It Is hoped, avert a walk out. A commlttoo of tho operators composed of Misses Mary Wright, Callo Sulllyan nnd Mario Dalton havo presented a communication to Presi dent George S. Shanklln, of the Fay etto Homo Tolephono Co. In which tho grievances of tho telephouo girls wore set forth as follows: At present thcro la no arrangement whereby the opera tors aro given an opportunity to ob servo Sunday as a, day of rest. We aro working nine hours each day, sev en days a, week and aro only allowed to tako a day off whon unable to work by reason of sickness. Wo respectful ly subm...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

r BMirnnnHmtMMMM4HMaMM 111 " "" i'li'L1 i ' j e imm-- ... m n i n W' m v TKfc . kowaw ,AYoe&ru rrr I MMMMjM J 1 THB'IIOuNTMY JMKft PREMIER "Non-Ponclore" Anto Tires Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service Throe tlren bear the jjrentcot known mileage guarantee, jet are sold nt a price even less limn tire rUBUSIIRM KVKhY FUIDA AT BAIinOl UVIU.K.KhNK VW W. H. iMcDo.nw.i. Y.O. McD.mti., Kiiiitm I'.mroi AM Entered n Hmmil KIhm MMlIrr I'tlHtmry in, lwii n! Hie lwlm id HHrtwHirtlHo, tfy., tinder Act itf CirtMt'rm rf Miirvh a, I Ono Dollar Per Ymtr in Advance The Oftlcl.il Oru.iii or I In- l.'t iitll .in Party In Knox ( ounly. Oh, What Shall The Future lie? &' 3B" '111 WiE wvl.jflHB!liHmisV &l &.,$ . s4PrlF'iiBiKflH ''PS , '" ' --'MBiK'-' ! ,. Is " dKusY r w dJlto ddVRi f ttsiBBiBw tBBBivw -. JajT Tlio ikiih of lln t i ttif ari' clmiiRiiiK, tint we look Mlii in'" ing lii'iirtM tiiul imii'li IkmIimiiiumI Pi'OH, tryniK tt rtlnuiniit the fn turo, sci'iiiK tlml tlipprtsi'iit Al miimtrnti...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

r 1 hV v: lr Lir. c . n ' tt4 -" ;.' v , jf , .V I 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. Powdera offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. PERSONALS Prof G II Heard, of Greensburg, Va here yesterday. Prof J C Diggs, of Fighting Creek, was in town Thursday. Miss Bessie Thompson, of Eman uel, was in town Thursday. Colson Bingham, of Pinevillc, was in our city Wednesday. . T. Kerr,1 of Williamsburg, was here on business Tuesday. Y. M. Jones and family will take up temporary Jiome in Winchester. . M. Hunt, of Rim, Wns in town a few hours Monday on business. Miss Mabel Matthews, of Knox ville, is visiting friends here this week. If you have anything to sell tell us and we will tell the people who buy. Esquire f. M. Cole, of Hopper, was in town on business Friday of last week. Mr and Mrs I M Clotlelter. of Trosper, were here shopping Wed ' nesday. Mrs J...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

rRrr,"r-JFprw "m ri TV". V d-' ,1 Till: MbugfjlIN ADVOCATE - i PLACED unxirv- Jadqns HAROLD ft MACGMMfe CD. jffl3" 5 SYNOPSIS. Kl.anora do Toscana vu lwrln In Pari., which. perhnp. accountrd for Ed ward Courtlandt's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he wandered about where fancy dictated. Hn mlicht be In Paris one r and Kamchatka the next. Fol'.owlns the opera he (foci to a cafe and la ac costed by a rretty young woman. She Klve him the address of Flora Dcslmone. vocal rival of Tocnna. and Flora Rives nlm the address of Elennora, whom he Is ltrmlned to see. Courtlandt enters Kleanora'a apartments. She orders him nut and shoots at lilm. The next day Paris Is shocked by the mysterious dis appearance of the prima donna. CHAPTER IV Continued. "Thero's tho dusky princess peek Ins out again. Tho truth Is. Abby, If I could hldo myself for tbreo or four years, long enough for people to for get mo, I might reconsider. But It should be under another name. They nvy us millionaires. Why, we ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

VZ THS MOUNTAIN."-' ADVOCATE"' Y ;'-yjr . . ,,.-j H : t ,- r a ?&' vtk l H 4 K ' tu ti4r, I &ichGfljb?n&n Reliable evidence is abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound The many testimonial letters that we are continually pub lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genu ine tnm and unso icited exoressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solelv through the use of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations ; you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names and addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. Read this one from Mrs. Waters: Camijkn, N.J. "1 was sick for two years with nervous spells, and my kidneys wore affected. I had a doctor all tho timo and used a galvanic battery, but noth...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1914

'' V' 'iH. )- ' ' , t" j n JAtJVQCATI Uu ..v ir v yy m ' COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE WftKRSN (by Mutt) V SS McCormnck, ot' oIiasoii City, spent Tuesday in Warren W W Dalton came down from Anchor Monday afctcnoon on busi ness Mine Inspector Perry Cole was in Warren this week R C I'aitin, of Wheeler, spent Sun day in warren with friends J L We.itcriFchl was in I'incville on business for a few das this week Mrs W W Suead was visiting home jolks in Harbourville for a few days last week S R Jennings, Vice I 'resident of the Carter Coal Co, of Johnson City, spent a' lew days in Warren this week Robert Heddow, of Harbourville, was visiting Ir and Mrs Sucail last week Mr and Mrs W R Raney and son Uillie were the guests of Miss I.iicy Tiusley in Harbourville last Sunda Urand Mrs Snead hail as their guest reeentlv Miss Rose Parker, of Poplar Creek, who formerly taught school in Warren Miss Jessie Mayhew came to Wnrren last Saturday to look over the school situation and will have charge of the ichoo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

muibtin OFFIQAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY ?'. '. $: --'''.- ." 'I a. . .T New Series: Vol. Ill, - ' r -- Trur-rms m jjl-llj 'ilHpllHill'' C HiHflllHilillllMVIllllllllllllllllHIIliBiillilHIIH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBSt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBj REV. J. ROSS MILLER, EVANGELIST BANKERS' ASSOCIATION On last Friday morning at 6:42 the following boarded train No. 11 for Pinevillc, where they joined the main body ot the Bunkers' Associa tion excursion: J. M.iKobsion, President First Na tional Bank, John A. Mack. Presi dent National Uank of John A. Black, R.fW. Cole, Cashier First National Ujfmk, A, M. Decker, Vice President National Hank of John A. Ulack, Messrs. G. W.Tye, W. H. McDonald, I James S. Golden, John Y. Hughes, Sam Hays, ohn M. Robsion, Jr., R. T. Faulkner, Wiley Smith, H. W. Smith and Floyd Rice; Mesdames R. V. Cole, J. M. Robsion, W. H. McDonald, John V. Hughes, and Misses Myrtle Cole, Corn Sevier, Kiitli Decker, Roberta Cole and Daisy Robsion. Upon arrivul in...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

?! THE MotjNTAlH' ADVdCATE. 8 P i S r f i l' MEM OttI Mm XVgJvn. tm JL aLW -JL Jl!rz.ff tmmSitffmi Ofe fe lk rr i ? ivBl rfr Wml '''JkvIIHIH y I J SiiiT?:-- i'l-l 6 B1IF trW tt rlmamSWBtmMmmmy .W&:'9swm wXn w ::nf 1-r KJbGl ,?nt VV MTgSBSft 7 AfVflVf & WMff - s . Be v s? M --"-v HH 8 KV-x $&&8$&X&J- & COVER them over with beautiful flowers, Deck them with garlands, those brothers of ours, Lying bo silent, by night and by day. Bleeping the years of their manhood away. Give them the meed they have won In the past; Give them the honors their future fore cast; Give them the chaplets tbey won In the strife; Give, them the laurels they lost with their life. Cover them over, yes. cover them over. Parent and husband, brother and lover. Crown In your hearts those dead heroes of ours, Cover them over with beautiful flow ers. Cover the hearts that have beaten so high, Beaten with hopes that were doomed but to die; Hearts that have burned In the heat of the fray. Hea...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

mg9Fttr$w'W irTfWv'T iMvorr ' a. -irr MOUNTAINXiYOCAT !i 4 -THE K- 1 1 ZZ fc kf- : M . $ ' -v i " I tbiitu nc mine f i i i I r 1 1 X .... MOVED Story Seems to Show Fct That "Prophet It Without Honor In HU Own Country." WIHInm Phelps Eno, who dovlscd the system of traffic regulation now practiBod In Now York, and who has been called tho "father of Btreot traf flc rogulatlon," had a hard time at first Impressing his Ideas on public officials. Forolsn cities appreciated them more tlmn Amorlenn cltlos. Paris, threat ened with a strike of tho cab drivers unless tho system Eno woro put In ef fect, ndopted it. Then llucnoa Aires sont for Mr. Eno, asked him to work out a plan for Its traffic, nnd agreed to every suggestion ho mado. A year or two later Mr. Eno was Introduced, os a traffic regulation au thority, to a much-traveled resident of Washington. The globe-trotter shook hnndB with him, and then said In a rather patron- Icing manner: "If .you want to know what's what in a -.street traf...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

i. if TttMICrHTAIN LOCATE FUBtMHED KVKUr FRIIMT AT BARBOURVILLK.KRNTUCUY W. H. McDonald Editor V. 0K McDonald, Assoc. Kditok Entered at Meeorol-Olai Matter February IS, 1904 at the Vuslofflee nt llarliourrllle. KyH under Act t Congress of Mnreu s, liTw. Ono Dollar I'er Year in Advance The Official Oman or the Republican Parly In Knox County. DEATH CLAIMS SENATOR BRADLEY He is fallen ;wc now pause be fore tnat splendid prodigy liko some ruined tower, whose power terrified the glances its lnupiili conco attracted. In the politi cal world he was dreaded by any who might oppoe him; in the halls of Congress he met the op position with tho couniRe of a lion and threw his shining lance full and free against the bra.en foreheads of the opposes of good government. lie was tho first Republican elected Governor of Kentucky, and in all conventions lie was found in the forefront, like a soldier, for his party and its principles, and neer show I'd a weakness when in the arena of debate. On page -...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

"; ;. ir . 1 1. -if. 2i' "ir"jjiM"mmji" 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 has been found by the offi cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute purity and wholesomeness. Kvyal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and PERSONALS John Standi! was down from Col mar Sunday. H C Mills, merchant of Hewitt, was iu town Monday. Win Smith, of Lancaster, was in this city n little while Monday. Mrs J C Faulkner, of Swan Lake, is visiting in this city the present week. Frnnk Stnnshury is here from Denhani spending a few day!9 with home folks. Mrs J P Faulkner, of Knoxvillc, Tenn., arrived here on Tuesday, for a visit to fi M Faulkner and family. Mr. Stacy, Clerk of the U. S. Dis trict Court at London, and wife, were visiting Mr and M...

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