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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

ekLIH ii 91 ' t .' Ja .Tjfift- '; v ., :. ':'" ?. - -,,y SWs - . A . V-'-.-'l ,s"x . ; v: "i'l' I 8 "Vr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE F PLACED HQNEY- vOON 1 UMCKJLV MACGM Rehires CD. rhod: SYNOPSIS. Klranora de Toacana was singula In rarli, which, perhaps, accounted for Ed ward Courtlandt's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he wandered nbout where fancy dictated. He might be In IarU one day and Kamchatka the next. FolIrtwlnK the opera he goes to a cafe and 1 ac costed bjr a pretty young woman. Btw Hives him the address of Flora Deahnone, vocal rtval of Toscnna. and flora Wves him the address of Eleanora. whom he Is determined to see. Courtlandt enters Kleanora's apartments. She orders" him out and shoots at him. The .next "day Paris Is shocked by the, myster!6us .(lis? appearance of the prima donna.' Realising that he may be suspected of .tie abduc tion of Eleanor Courttandt arranges for an alibi. Eleanora reappears and accuses Courtlandt of having abducted her. His alibi Is satisfactory...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

M5 '" ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . QSrHI ISgrV'fir. - 1 : : . - f'5' , jES HB& ,1 - , " 7 " ! ,., i trill iaww.. i- ' i i I iuH uiumo mm n Bui. . lllllllll I U I ii to nir wpBiui nai m ow unpromising. I if naa hot HlteHsrn . im afH4iaa-t II .... - ii. !.!.. t- I rni-IMI fl MKIIKI HIM I dMrl the mom arin hna An rinr rtrrMAr. I wt r4" I., V n i Finding Markets for Obsolete Firearms By C P. STEWART. London, En Huge proflhi and a spiw of danger nro the chief at tractions of gun running. A market for the arms and ammunition that important countries discard as obsolete can be found in partly civil ised districts nnd amongst rebel societies. llussinn terrorist committees, Indian hill tribes and Arabs are the chief buyers of old guns. A few years ago a London firm was offering for sale a million single shot rifles which one of the smaller Kuropcan states had discarded. In order to get them right out of their country and thus awny from revolu tionaries, the state hod sacrificed them for n m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

?- SWar on Liquor , ers warm His Audi tor to Get into Politics; Suggests Lesson From SFoe. XeoresMitatlve says "Whiskey Million Up Their Sleeves to Car- 'rylthe Day." Tells Prohibitionists !iy "Mmt go In, Tooth anil Nail.' fflyk Hobson Amendment rcaused jtfohsternatlon. jTJeclarlng that the only wa) ad- tooates of prohibition could ubtuln legislation is to "go into politics, tooth and nail, and not in me liquor force do all the righting." JRepresentatbe Caleb Vomers. spoke last evening at Kenrtaii uapu-i Church at a prohibition rally. Both Mr. and Mrs Prwers are members of the PaptUt Church. Scores Sluggish Prohlbltlonists. VTLe trouble with the temperance people," said Mr. Powers. "Is tbst ttheycithtr vont mix in 'dirty and crooked' politic, or else the have ouly interest enough to sit bacit and Mew the right between the minor unci n.lilbltlon men. The fonuer roll up their alee es and put In their 'money and whiskey to earrj the day. What jou must ito is me same thlng-miuus the whl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

Hi , I oibcclation I1 jfnSr l r I 2ob I1LP' L EL New Series: Vol. Ill, gfriBLag! 11 ion UUll it H?UO rtXiLiul OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PART, IN KrOX COUNTY ""M New Series: Vol. Ill, No, -37. BARBOURVILLE, KY FRIDAY, JUNE! 10, 1S14, Old Series: Vol VIII, No- 34. J - - - ' n . , - f "V n Tr - J - - i i i i i i'i i i i - .... - . . . - , ... i - .. .. ! i . . ! i i m FH f V I p 1 LX Put Your Money In The FIRST NATIONAL BANK EVEUY rURSON SHOULD KEKP THEIR MONEY IN A GOOD, STRONO, WELL MANAGED BANK.'bECAUSE: 1 Your money is much safer in a Bank than in your house or , on your person. 2 It gives you standing in your community if you keep a bank account, nud give checks to meet yourohigntion. Again your checks will serve as receipts. C Yob should keep your money in the First Notional Bank, because its Officers and Board of Directors are made up of honest, successful, -and careful business men. 4 This is the oldest National Bank iu Knox county, and is the 4 only "HONOR ROLL" Nationa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

BSBBSSSW " ibES Ml IN w : c if TDday. One todrir is worth two tomorrow. Fr.anM.n. " , J Hlgh-Mlndednasa. ' Thfrro la a .nobleness ot mind that h$pls wourtd"nxyond salves Carv, ' 'bright. Virtue. Bo careful 'to make friendship the child and not tho father of virtue. BIr P. Sidney. WerM'o Principal Want. 1 katm fw wann that fss upon our mfffleH liTti w.tii more lramedlat necessity than th want ot silence. Sidney Lntiier. Not a Chance. We do iHit claim any extraordinary degree ot intelligence, bnt one tL.lng la euro, no girl can land us with a ash hook curl. Milwaukee Journal Lsst We Forget. Now and tnn i t".nj bas tc ran nwsy, n?st tt sgen and bresi. otne ' body's bones. Just by -ay or rmmd- Ins vs that vehicle accidents did net I tegta with the tntroductti.ii ot ths nu- i tontobfie. No One It Perfrat Each one has tiis on Dardec, his CTn faults; no one can do --citbunt the aid ot others, therefore e must assist each other by totifolHtton, advice and tnutunl warnings - -I.eo Tolstoi Wo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

TBOEj.XPPNTAlft AWffcCATlx VBmT v 'A BaWKy mb-' Vi Eft s, ' - m:: y.v i R ' ?. 'Up' " fflfr. Mm TjHs '5IWjF. ""i Hum I-,v BBSsat yRHt "fJ ' 'w g" TJ Enemy ot CWPoiyrs (Contteucd from fir$t page) loch and dam in the' Eleventh District below Bdrasfde-' ftMlc'ili ) which la about 30" ''rniJei -from Burnside, Ky, Powers is a member of the RiTere arid. Har bors OoraraitteV -ttiiit 'puf the $840,000.00 across forliU ' ' dis trict. That is not all. d?he House has passed an act indors ing the expenditure, of . $4f600,- 000.00 more than two thirds Of which will be expended fn the Eleventh District. So if -you want to compare Powers' record from the standpoint of money actually appropriated, "Its there with the, goods. " If yon want to look at it from the standpoint of authorization, Langley's does net touch it. The fact of the matter in that Powers has Rotted more money appropriated for the Eleventh district for the time he lias been in Congress than any other man who has gone to Congress fr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

b 4 ' IfflHBiliiiiUiii sWWrJPi mi' im ! n si n iii sMiisMir i'i i i atiiiifyrr r.... , M tmm !?fifOf'ii ii ni ;? i"t JUHVUilTTW ;Vv'0tAiB liltaR jIXJItao," Awcc "3ircon tWRC,MJSkMCll kU'.:ti F.ltvwt J 141 Wbtti.. IftitgSSst k.. Sllfcj.tVlll Ud At t CutteM .: i ,!TX UtrFc V-it rA 'vfL-e p not tt i:ttet ipxdta r liouif ti u Loa'Kni 'l one laediJate uj t! vi fli wr tbc Re jju' una .cV 'A'iuo for :l' short terra uuU tb.-.tu Hob. WJlhaa Matt shall Bullitt, n brilliant lawyer ot Louisville' As wo sec tbi TAct sow, Cumd:a asd Bullitt will be the op posing ctftid.t5i for this oSc: at the Ncvtuber" election, .vita tbe . dds la f,vr of Hutlitt .being our .tit is.t' by a basdiome fflur- a tife.i. M4(i(. icn I . V ,l.. ,A.. 4. .L .. t., .w. uvMnoxctv. , ":" L. ." .IT" 7r lUiif wn' ruioni ibtwboj mi Ke-.fucVy v W l;i ii,. Repeal cntti A. 0 9tMl) and Governor McCrt . are tl t aspirants for the Democratic nomitmtioft Of these tbr we bcliive that Governor Heekhatn will undoubtedly be the aomtaee 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. — 19 June 1914

mmmmmmmmmmwmtammmmgiammM3mai iiiiiimihhi .. ....-, -, . K?PPpWW N ) TVI !-rww . - jUtjiAm, A .. ..' ' IJPjW'"MMI'"''"""'""M"i,i"liM'ftf,K ' yWKLjZv!7n'ij.- i The Fad Remains No amount of misrepresentation bv the 4 peddlers of alum baking powders, nd jug gling with" chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of any kind, can change the fee: that Royal Baking Powder. has been Sound by ipe offi eiol examinations to foe of fiie iiighesf leavening efficiency, free from alum, end of alsolaic purity and wliolesomeraess. Reyal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. C 1 PERSONALS u anted One thousand subscrib ers for The Advocate. Judge M. J. Moss, of Pineville, was in the city Tuesday on busi ness. Mrs. E. N.Hendy left last week for her home in Terre Haute, Ind., for a few weeks much needed zest. H. 0. Ohappel, editor of Three States, was here Saturday and made this office a pleasant call. Mr. Pool, Supt., Price" Con strnot...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

tKXIi k '&! !WJ; , K, I. u - iv 6 ;' mmemw Artful in Duplicity and Strong on His Mix-Up in the Gocbel Affair. EVNrVTOR '' '' iob r.Dovv . The pTtHS itt tho 1 Kb-district last v?ek wn well supplied hs to why f owers should be returned In I on- . . .- It... In tt-ltnt gress. This stun is mhii " " Iho people )mve heard no much of before. It Is mutter that has no place in this campaign txtwerti two Ke publicans aspiring 1" tho nomin ation to Congress from this great -iiLniiMlfHii iltatrlet. especially by Vowers, I" tbt !' opponent makes noclmryethathe whs tfut,tJ in ,he Uoebol transaction nud line no lsue villi htm as i" whether or not he i-nt n Miurp deal. It is assumed the tlth district, Which t composed t people of hlkfb vulture. Kspliliic for progress i.iidtbe development of our unusual j.-tft or natural resources, desires the aiaotinn .if n Representative Mho can command the attention or ine nation to ourduty. lu this assump tion there should nut be utiy antiol piitlan that ihu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

imnaBgnBnggMnnKBgnQ29B KHEBKZ&SBI TlCBttiSSZ HVW'V THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ffi3 t Mt m 4 ' - a Q laHPsV-' - -agygeisasgggggsaart f- t " ; r . O, Bat wis lit rtr Iff .. ) If I shopping ahd "iMiPlWBi3 HtoJaoc X I OFFICE DISTRICT fammjLsMittaBEz u , t-" - -s ...... unfa lm-' Hotel Henry Louisville's Most Modem Hotel Here In the newest and mojt beautiful Hotel in Louinllle, t.ull Imd oery comfort, convenience ai.d j-iitty It ts a new stand-id n.t o::l ti pcintnf service Kit unlike ot!i-r first cla s Hotels the chufsct fcr Elegantl Fjr,.,.t;sJ Kcums are cvt,.nor..ll lev.- and so are vhe p:i;s fcr our excellent Kcitairaat J?rce TK r.dy !! ' 'i R rr nUb N-t nrd tv.m . j -ji.uu t2.03, EO and Swi.00 Lor S r r't f..ttn vlih $2.50 Mi.Ij 1. 1 ll... Fi..cji Orchestra ia tht i-.j Tt -n t..t tbcul.l La irj.Jt -. Lutver tmitle CtO SCHCWCK, .WtMar. 6 ROBT. U. JONES, Manager. Hunt. yATTZ, Ciitttuicw gi. Ton., kr.rt HoTsr. AHt it icnMiU,19U), A tier.! !,(! uuilFjmriiiniigtii.L(. .A j , ,:., ki, s Ba...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1914

r7 THE MOUNTAIN' ADVOCATE Uti&WS 1 " IHH V i Wi i Or r .I-1 r Tv pj , tifc- v- Incoiwkrtefit! Man, When a jnaa.roafflehlvwrtsAaa Mgl; tho, tittorlh .hoseyBoes, he BTOWlS bOCftUBO ho didn't ctt't cook. Always bt Wojk on.CatrredraK About CO Orkpetf are pennaaeaUy tnplcyca In keeping St. Faul'a catk oral, Imapi. England, In repair. One tf Hie Tlmkt, rintoM"So sou'ro n traveling roan. Jt must .bo a trying dttV Bag-, lev (yawning)- "It Is. wa Tnect'aw ful bores nt-Jlmcs." Men Never Really Experts. In the gatno or love, all- women ara bcrn exports, wkoims most men re-' mala rnero riovkea all' their llveskr From "Tho Wisdom of tho Foolish." For lixn Rust Stain. Put tho juice of one Ituson, two tea spoonfuls of fait cud a cup of water oh tho fire and a eoon as it tolli dlp'tha stained article In It Explicit. 2Irs. yoacghrldo (to batcher) "I wast two pounds of beefsteak, and havo It rare, please" Boston Tran script. fecial Contract. Aa up-to-date bride, when asked at he wetWJng If she 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. — 26 June 1914

fitf lili Mil;: mi But Facts Show Contrary. (bv Maine Newport) Washington, I) C, June 11, 11114. It is ii ureal honor to (in ve been I. Iiori) in t lie mountains It is u heritHge tli'it I prize more tliun uu BOSWORTH Says:- . , I thing cls- Tlmt's why I have con sented to write you u semi-tncuthly "No one could have done more for the cause of temperance in Kentucky Washington letter concerning do than he." The facts are to the contrary. His whiskey record has been so "su' s',Mston ' sne Miun .iv. .. j ui Congressman, Caleb Powers thoroughly shown up that further comment is unnecessary; but in answer to in particular i do not expect any the above assertion from him, we quote the following letter from Rev. N. A. IJ'X t" eUd? Palmer, the State Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League of Kentucky, Mississippi as to the quality of ttictf letters nor do 1 expret to meet their approval 1 do expect temperance forces in Kentucky and who know5 whereof he speaks. His letter commendation from 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. — 26 June 1914

MB fH wtltKf9lKKKKS3Kfwiwrww9Sr99lm V6w( , -. '. 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ,: i &" THE MWIHTAIN ADYOCMfi TUBLI8UED KVShY FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLE,KENTt'CKY iiiuiqtie exiuuit or me son ever W. H. McDoXALt) .. . KmR' brought together under one rojf V. 0. McUoSAtP, Asdoi. Lihtok and a considerable part of it ha ' --- -- never been under a root bclore. Katttfd Hcoiii!-Claii Matter Ftl.iimrJ , r . jt ,,i t0oetlier tlte Smith- IVi IfVI Bt tUU ItlTVUIIIVV uwi .--.... - ..... 10, ii ai lilt nuvuiuce n ui"" I J 11.11 !.. tl.n.Ml.i. Uarlvlllri 111. K,,anoAet..iroi..uiH.rci..i. i . . - - Jlie HOIiarrei l ear in .tinnin c -- Theoillcl-IOrflanor Ihr Hp..niin I'lrty In hnox tnuniv. ' -;i ANNOUNCEMENT I take this opportunity to an- 'and oihri souvenirs Hie School ol nour.ee (m self ns a candidate Iit j Ait'hueologt has contributed extern reelection to the ntlke nl I'letk ol itly and has fallen in with theiden the Knox Circuit I ourt. I lime ol making the whole ex.hil.it graphic been asked many lim...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1914

p j ii-- - " - rt7V?rrT l K-r sv i '3 Air' If i: pQrJ. r rri ' '.' LOSS OF STOCK ENORMOUS That at least one-twentieth of all the stock bred on the open rangr of the west dies before it reaches market age and that much of this loss can be stopped is shown by results reported from the national forests. This waste is said to add millions of dollars to the people's meat bill and giverff one more cause of the high cost of hying. Winter storms and summer droughts strew the ranges with the bones of cattle and sheep; predatory animals take heavy toll; poisonous plants sometimes kill half the animals in a herd almost over night. Cattle contract anthrax, blackleg and other diseases, get stuck in bog hole's, slip off icy hillsides; and sheep pile up and die of suffocation. Insects which madden and kill swell the total losses as do a multitude of other minor causes of death and injury. How Dicease is Prevented If any of the animals to be grazed upon a national forest seem to be suffering from d...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1914

wWPjfv "v!??!?r!!! spp fcy?wwwwitwifjfctjpifflis jtT'1"ffWMtwittffll " R. N. JARVIS LAWYER Office with J. M RoMon, "over First National Bank Barbourville, Kentucky 11. 11. GOTPFN W R. LAY GOLDEN & LAY Attorneys at LAW Prompt anil careful attention given to business entrusted to uc Ol-TICTS AT Pineville & Barbourville, Kentucky .r3GI L. & N. Time Table NOR 111 HOI SI) No. 12 lailv except shih1hv.. l-52 p m 'No. 22 Daily, due 10 1 1 a m No. 24 Dailr, due .. ..11.44 p mi OITH IIOIM) Ko. Jl Dmlv, except Sundnv.. . 0-13 a in No. 21 Daily, Due .... .110 a m , i Ko. 23 Da'dv. due 1 J.fl p in J rStitet car fciw Hmrl (ones twenty taiucttt before s.brdule timr for ttaius Cumbariami .2?. ?. Company, TIM 12 TABL.IC South Hound I TRAINS! IMIH No, 3, I.ve Artcmus IJ.lo a ni No. 5, Lve. Arcimjs 4:15 p m Mn 'AT. I.v ' S.lnf'nn 7'SO m rri No. 37, Lvc. " bjuds.vr 4 2S p m. i North Bound Np. 4. Arr, Artenuts 1 20 p m. Xo. 6. Arr Artetnus G 35 p tn. No. .16, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a m Ko. 35, A...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1914

13 . , . " THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE l . r. f s. H II I I hrr i IM 71 - 1 SiMI wt. . MnOTWMOWWarl ROYAL BAKING POWPi The only Raking Powder matte from Royal Grape Cream cfTartai3 NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE L PERSONALS .s Msss Mollie Ramsey, of Pine ville, is the guest of Mrs. B". C. Lewis this woek. Prof. B. C. Lewis, who recent ly recovered from typhoid, i s spending a few weeks in Jacks boro, Tenn. Rev. E. R. Overly spent the greater part of this week in Cincinnati and Covington. Mrs. H. M. Hershberg and children are in Monticello visit ing her brother James Clouse. .iliss Dewey Meredith is visit ing i Lo'iisville. Armondo Rodriqez returned the latter part of last week from Louisville, where he had been visiting former Governor of the Panama Canal Zone, M. H. Thatcher. Dr. E. B Dishman and family and Geo. W. Tve and family spent Sunday a t Dishman Springs with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Disman and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDermott. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bolton are spending a few days at Dishman Sprin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1914

( nil fin miiiiiwiiiiMMMiiMi mi 'MWBMBMfTTMTi i iiiwilffMiiMTffnaVMHP'BaMMsiTratn Wr THU MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Vf ffiSBH8 jj ' !. "' ' ' ' "M,MMM"''"'"'",g"'''KapHB Aom The National ReC publican Congressional Committee Anticipated tpiuiR uiirlnje in bteel construct urn lias fallen tar below expectations. WepoitJ from the stetl distuct wlnth supply building uiRteiial show a great falliugult in null operations Building operations tire usually a good thermonictiu nt a"d or bad times. The demand tor iron and steel foi buildings would seem to be growing noise and worse. The whole trend nt the iron and steel industry is down ward. It is iep.ii ted to be oper ating at about mtv five per eei.t of itjcapicity. In the Pittsburg distitot, each week's lecoirt m iron and steel seems worse than the nn he tor". Hepri to the New Vurl. Sun shw that at the United States StiTl Corporation irtill, at kartell, Pa . the Muu-h l.iiriiiPM bookedf.dllaihelow.NiMM-ttitM.il and that .-niienin. ntlv pm-e-.ii" not ...

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 July 1914

w&SEEm jw r " ' 4 I 'I j-j..-r-"--.r?--r-T-fc-K-j'ii ; ti. j "T WhTK I : 2,400 jrattbtni tojfafe otT. -'-tr CIRCULATION TJUtJ WEKE 2,400 . " " "i' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE HHUJBLIcAN HAPTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vol. HI, No. 30. -m- i II BARBOURViLLE, KY FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1S14, Olil Series: Vol VIII. No. 34. ' ' ' ' Ml t pl ."P"x "" I -tr i J BMKBOKBEOZSZV k irinriKTswgftwa&giaaatcasrj 5 3. T THE "HONOR ROLL" NATIONAL BANK r i .w T, - -C5 tM.lt - I :..-.c?&!tM.-Cf SA&t' A its BOUT one year ago the suvu-us profit N-V ... a . - - fund of the I'irsi National Hank of Barbourvillc, reached hu ",um of " " . ; . t $25,000.00, the same amount as the r.uitai. Thijplaced this Bank oh Hie "Honor i'olf of National Banks. There are only about .ime such hanks in the whole State of Ken Joclcy. The surplus profits of :?-. W.uAt nmv amount to more than $30,000.00. This is llu Only "HONOR ROLL" National Bank in Snulheasfcrii Kentucky. Recently iiie First National Bank received a Sheep ...

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 July 1914

flU i i jE' ' pi ' R. N. JARVIS T.AIUVF.R . :VJ tV. t . j tat UJoCitywitn J. Ai uousion, over '" First National Bank Barbourville, Kentucky B7B.vQpLDEN W.K. LAY GOLDEN & LAY Attorneys at LAW Prompt anil careful attention given to liusines entrusted to us OFFICES AT Piheville .& Barhom'vi.lc, Kentucky, L. & N. Time Table XUKUi M'-i M No. 12 Daily escept Sutiduv .. . t.r- p m No. 22 Dailv, ihie H 14 a in XJ- I IV. .'I.. 1.... 11 I! .. ,,. atu. -. muiY, uue ii -- t' i SOUTH Hot vl No. 31 Daily, escept Similav 1 -13 a til No. 21 Daily, Due . . .. :t-30 a m No. 23 Dailv, due " S ; in flrir-Street car leaves Hotel (ones twenty miuilteS hetote schedule tunc for trains Cumberland $?. Si. Company. TIMIC 'L'AIH.K South Hound. trains: ihilv No. II, .Lve. Artemus If 1" a m. No. 5, l.ve. Artemns 1: IS i in. No'. 35 Lve. " Sunday? 7 3d a hi. No. 37, Lve. " iindais 4 '.'S in. -North llomiil. No. 4, Arr. Artemus 1 2i p m. No. 6. Arr. Arteinus r:X5 p m. No. 36, Arr. Sundav t in a in. No....

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 July 1914

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