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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 July 1914

B3SS3SB 'J!U'qP"'Ha 'wwvw? THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE " mtm - I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ' PUBLISHED LNFhV KK1PO At BARBOURVILI.L.ll. N'TI CU J W. H. McDox.un . Kihior V. 0. McDonald, A-ssx. hinroK Eottrcd ii Bcoad-Oiun M-ittr IM.iustj la, 1(04 at the tVitottiec hi tefUwrvni. Kj nndr Act ot l iif ie . I Mn h J iTv One Dollar Tor car in Alvnr The OfllfMI Ori-nn ot tin- I'rpuMir.in Pdrtv in lino (niinty. A RURAL VACATION GO TO KANSAS AND MISSOHkM A "rural vacation" in tin- Wil aon administration's lnt A pro posed plan for tho tliou'ituls t workmen who lmvo ! . n throwi, nut of employment lv tin ;: n ral tmlu?t rial ilt Fi eprest while, .Mi. Wilson .ud the rcii oral slump which followed llif pn?aKf of the Democratic tan t) law was merely "psychological." New. through Secretary Wilson, of the Department of 1 abor, the aJminiitritiim admit; theie ate muii who need work. The waj to get it, says the Secretary, is to go to Kaunas and Missouri and work in the harvest Holds. Skilled workmen in the ir...

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

r"j TKR MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE V' 7 " '. k P Tl K i s ? COLLEGE EDITORS ANNUAL CONVENTION WILL BE HELD AT STATE EXPERL MENTAL STATION. WILL VISIT STOCK FARMS Flrtt Convention Held at Urbana, III. Last Year Kentucky Flret State to Inftall Service. ' neighborly cd As the guests of the Wctin Nnwiifuptr I'nivn Ncwi scivict Jixnltvllle contention und Publicity leMngton, Ky. The iitinuul couvenj League, the delegates ttijovcti u ban co n of agricultural (.ollege editors ol timet at Mti&iiolia Maiden whkh they the United Utatea will iiitct lu Letins , lironounnd the Hull tcueh lu the l.nt n.1.. t the e .pertinent station This tei of linsplr, Uty and gocd ttMoMiip .iciucihriuit held Its first cciiveiitlon at H W. Urown. managing director of the Croatia. Ill , and perte! ted Its orgaiilra 'ouveutloti and publicity league. I e ton T 11 Eraut, Kentucky agilcul t tided as t wr.ra'-r, Complimenting, tu'.l experiment statlou, tepreseuttd i 'he mt rnl.ei or the association oo 'u'l't'ji !.. utid, ul...

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

s&zsga W THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 323 iiiiup ymm99iwmmmmiwmw4n . E -W. PROGRAMME FOB" STATE GUARD CAMP JULY FOURTH Elo DAY AT THE MANEUVER CAMP OF KEN. TUCKY fcRIOAPE. HAVE SCHOOL FOB OFFICERS! Military Field Dty OevStHor Will Rtvlsw Three fleelmtnfaPfib- lm ef AttjeK WwrkrJ Dm Vetit Kepttr I nlan Xtw 9trvt FrauUort, K. ii.ij 4 mil be bid d&y at the tmiriiuirr tamp of the Kentucky brigade latlonttl l unl Will. 4 IlllllUn flr-ld lU Ullcl l.vl.'.VI Cf the tUlt-e lit Ollett- tl l.i'l vl I Cuaty n'll be Mtu tin rim Uitv JulV 9, a problem Of altiii v mi .toil 1 dtrttLrn of tile .iilllbel't l il.i line Will be lv I -t mil li Ihe Ui "' retl uienti ih) the 'cB'i'i' irr.im uni nany, tvbloh will eatnp in thfn A program ot in-HTift'or. eas cnrrlpill out, prepared bv the adjutant geufri ul's rierartinrt, 'i. -TndlntT fiaiffru' schools, lcctur- t" cirip imf'aflon and rcrronn: bloe 1.. officer- l tU8 UBllPil .atP ti'nl'.'il l ,.;, fvi'. mental Ji Ills fur . Kt nt"l piortierns Tor t tie utile...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 July 1914

. . '- ', ' V ' . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE sse W ) L v J P IL tavS-SL on tin omit house Ihwi'i. I. very I III BBk. Is -, sS.t .M 1 Wrk i-' m. ATT!?.MTnM ' inuviifnm.u llu v mi tin-iN-et Mumim. " MHjrittlll . 1 iftSrHJ HA H-MV S V V KMMk Mrmm. B H H u &miPw WDER Absolutely Pure NOAWOLIMEPHOSPHATE 1 PERSONALS ti i In lln ImtiK' tuli'iit play. No I'lflnri" Show Mouiltiy ingli. lion. .1. M. KoImioii wur in Pnipville v tul iiosi lay. Ales J. Tinsloy is visiting hi . ! ul Jiihiiron city Tenii. ilrs. (.'. M. kflton and children visitJJtrtcnds in llim this week, .Imlo-i- V V Tinslev was liiUml his esMtualile Wife wen- IlarliUi Mutidttv on otficial busi - nt'ss- ChnrlMSwiaer. is home from.tie moit liMlB,ltfa, mu,if.. jJ.otiisvillu wlieri h lir.s been in cliool. Don't r.itnel tltut "Williums Stoi'l: Conipuny" is her for all m-xt ..T1;. Mts-, I'urrie Davis, of Artemus, wa the iiHit of Alra. Henry I'. Cottougitii Snnduy. I. 11 Bu'lock, of Somerset, is here this week visiting his broth er, luni...

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

r 5W v r-,i. i.v ," . V "1 ' v 4S ?: V "'fWfa i i !L-,". 1 a i it. ,- ., -V J&v.fl mmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmwmwmWmmmvm.: nawnsratyw" MHIfeW3riT' ,. JF "Ml -! I $ - , " ' ' "" ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE " '"" SB ?S6$$3$ pianos THE LEADING LINE iV MHBjgj t pfiF. n 1 l5S , . .. i .in if. r . i r i i ii i i t .i ffl THE WEAVER PIANO, Uprights and Players i "mest and must artistic piano in ifs ':;!., lone and construction that can be made. The piano UmI ha set anew standard of excellence for the 20th Centurv. NEW YORK PIANOS Uprights and Players A high grade piano of great value and with charming tone qualit)'. A close second to the Weaver. Livingston Piaiio Upright & Players A POPULAR PIArJ.O AT A POPULAR PRICE. The Weaver Organ, Chapel & Parlor N For Forty Years the Standard. Over 90,000 of the above instruments arc singing their own praise in all parts of the civilized world. Mi. A. M. irgil. Director Virgil Piano Cunservutoiv. firutoi in Society of New Yoik, Dr. K. II. Pelers, Conduc...

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

T tX A, ,- rnP am fcc - OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY " New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 40. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1S14, Old Series: Vol VIJL No. 34. npTTT T-f-t-t1 ST ' ' jlirtiifal&iiif .LiilLitMlE f IS IJ II III gSSlSS V vjgjv vw A ;-' , : jr BARBOURVILLE, Called for by the Comptroller of the Currency at June 30, 1914. RESOURCES: LuiitiB and IMscouuti V. S. Hondo Statu nnd County Wnrrnnts Hanking House and Flxtuies .... Cnsh, tixi'hnnge und Due from banks Total f5We pay l interest on time certificates r.f deposit. Kent Safe Deposit Hoses at $2.00 per annum. Give special attention to the hanking requirements of women. ROBERT W. COLE, Cashier OUR BANK grows in good times and bad times. We have all along paid good dividends to stockholders and in addition thereto had more than $30,000.00 of Surplus Profits on June 30, 1914. We have More than Doubled along all lines in the last four years. We are successful because we give fair and courteous treatme...

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

HHP 1 Skt Mm I ruBtKHrn tym kwd.it at BARBOURVILLEKENTUOKY . . ,1 . . ..i. ren selected by "the Italian Oovcrnment to represent it ai a dolerate to Iho Fananm Canal other ontraueoiii tiling. Exposition at Gan TrancUco, I Or courno it. ii sillv. But we' The American Federation of Icaimnt. oim.-'hI, i,a.o i, Jn V. 0. McDonald, Ac-. Hmtor Catholic Societies has officially '"Wllo care's what the vicious 11 W.H. McDonald RTAIHiADYOCATE' Italian Masons and Jen, has rrHKfMO peat tltum t In Iho same article it is ileclnrod Italian Freema sons spit on the Bible ami do HimiwpuMli" I WWW1IIMII Editor ' 'i protested against this appoint- teach or the ignorant believe?" KJrtta,,"J.'!,uetnJ ivn t,,e Prote!t Andourreanmis. that 16,000.. WKlof our fellow citizens, who Entfud-M Booona Ifl. lMM BE th l,tnffl. kt l4rl...1lrWll. Kj., uinirActntrfitnttsMiif Micii. JiW. I the newspapeis. Why The Kentucky Irish American, One Dollar Per Year in Advance march 27. in two editorials, thus U.e'orilcl.1 uri)-ll...

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

F L.M&ft. Time Table "" "? r.E'JARD eyerythikgTmahI'ebds -ioo 1 .f1'imfi W- 4- - m im -ra'.. - No. 12 Dally except Suvidny 1.G2 p ui No. 52 DaUyAlue 10:1-4 a in No.' 24 Daily, due 11:4 1 p tn SOUTH BOUND No; 11 Daily, "except Sunday G:43 a m No. 21 Daily, Due 3:30 a m No.'23Daiiy, due 3:58 p m ' l9Strett car leaves Hotel Jonc9 twenty minutes licforc schedule time for trains Cumberland J?, & Company, time TA.nr.TTi South Hound. trains: IiUi.Y N6, 3, Lve. Artenuis 10:15 a m. No, 5, Lve. Artenuis 1:15 p in. No. 35, Lve. " Sundays 7:30 n in. No. 37, Lve. ' Sundays -1:20 p m. North Bound. No. 4, Arr, Artenuis l:'JO p m, No, 6, Arr. Artenuis !:35 p in. No. 36, Arr. " Sunday 9:10 u in. No. 38, Arr. " Sunday G:30pm. W. D. STARKIJ, Gen .Pass Agt T, IL IIAYDKN, Gen' Mgr. BUM SHOW The Williams Comedy Company is hera this week, ntul to say tho show ia bum 13 putting it very mild, they come as before ad vertising new plays, new people and entirely new show to any ever played hero and the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 July 1914

COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE JftRtflS' STORe Kprov R"X this Kddr that . Pan' Most ill firrrnr n( throutjh tbeir corn crops lu this section Miss N'annii Mae Ihtle Mini Ruuw Hdird, jf jjWi Vit.-i, pjfd tl.ru our tuiM vtui'li ii.t.inff to Woullam Miss Ko-.i I'dutM'n in ' Uirstet Martin of Kirlniir.;i- Xtrc x,n i"K Usfjmre 1 file'. i(,u iU -munli mill Siindm M- I)i en Jnrvis, wlio has been ill for the past two months, it Stn- v(i), we are all glud to tee Iter njoviut; li re attain. Corn iropi and garden Hre look- fane and s'e are in hope th.it a will be ti gum) crop yeat. Uro HlacElfiun, of lUrbourville, resed ainrj;e crowd at Callfl- ns Church Sunday I Mis Delia Wilson gave an in ream social at the home ol her I ather, C U Wilton, last Frida is K'fe jrevnr. of 1 al.r, u ight which was thoroughly rnovrd vitititiyal rvitf',rrMr'- In: week liy all wli.i attended ll,.,ii,.it... .m.il.. ... . gr v -' '"', icuiiei nun J F 1 oji.t nnd fe will le.ive the IIuLfrl Ci"-rt, fit Ciatc Wht. vers ater part ...

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 July 1914

& V 't I 'JilJJJJJHPIiI:-' I T (tr " -j- I I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE W " '"' ' ' . - IsV . . -. . -'-'- "" ""' ' " '" ir m -- -s: GRAY News i I I PERSONALS ) (Simon.) I I I . iDT Jnitiei Russell, of London. hero Wednesday. Kjj Hocors, of Warren, was In to us Fitriny of Inst week, K. (4. l.vons. of Middlesboro, was hero bstwecn trains Thursday. Olihilea Smlui.of Dcnhani, spent n ilny or two of In Fit w-nk hero with hi parr-ntR. Miss Powey Smith, of TJy, was in - . - tt ij.-l mnr nt Pnr1n ftm. Q(.nnH I Kll . I m jijj no tors, 01 rren, wa in to i " vr,w' v.w.u wMuu;, lilvJ. Hi town Wednesday the guest of MIrs Myrtle intlclicll. .1 A. McDcrmott moved his family into tholr now residence property on Allium Avonne Inst week. G. W. Tyohas recently purchased the John O. Matthews residence piopeity on ICnox Street. 11. 1". Cottonjrlm, formerly a mer chant of this town, now a knight of tho grip, is here for a few days rest. Rev. C. It. Ovelly, who has been out of the city for two weeks, is w...

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 July 1914

BSeMKSi V" 1 PP "- v : flF v; E j f INSURANCE PROBE PLANNED COMMISSIONERS HAVE REQUEST- ED DATA AMEND BASIC RATES SCHEDULE 'SAY LAWS WILL BE CHANGED, State Insurance Rating Boaid Asked fcr Ideas Investigation WHI Start in fJll (Special VraiiUfuii i uiimkuIuUik- ) Frankfort, Kj luvestiMtton o( In euYauct. conditions m lentu.y willilerrit hiK 1 tit l beui loused bv tho be stalled earl) In the tall by the com I'nltid Status Ciovetnmeut tn ita Agrl mission appointed under tho conipru ' culture Dopnllmeut L'xpeilment tftu nilte agreement botvvteii forelptn Art tlon In tin' dlneietit states mi tlm insurance compare aud tat olllcorn . rusliltiK of lime tiouu us u loitlilzer In tho tnrittitlnii. tin- . .'tiiiiiUshiu bos fur our l.md. If ll turns out t lie .ill requested ttio ht.it. immune r ttUK ' tli.it It Is claimed to lie, KontiK'l ) board.- the lusurano imiipaiite nud onjtlit to be one X ""' 1 1 boat stat-"t anv nthsru vhn liarr Meia an Ihoatlb auj v.ivr t-.u . w.. . ieet to submit In r...

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 July 1914

nanroi Tppwr Vn 7J"gW.Ir t : " 4 New Series: Vol. HI, No '. 4y. BARBOURVILLE, KV., FRIDAY, JULYM 191 Old Scries: VolVIU, No. 34. A Wl .MIIJ"PW I OFFICIAL ORGAN OK Till i" H l N l'A"TY IN KNOX 'COUNTY ' - . . '.;.- ' , ' ' h 8? ft- H. ri m. THPv '.,. 1 IE1.TB; .csxra-KSEsa THE "HONOR ROLL" NATIONAL BANK TJ' A $' BOUT oixe year ago the surplus profit JtjljJ fund of the First National Bank of nJ$ Barbourviile, reached the sum of Sa35f ? $25,000.00, the same amount as the capital. This placed this Bank on the "Honor Roll" of National Banks. There are only about nine such banks in the whole State of Ken tucky. The surplus profits of this Bank now amount to more than $30,000.00. This is the Only "HONOR ROLL" National Bank in Southeastern Kentucky. Recently the First fralional Bank received a Sheep Skin Diploma showing that it was placed on the "Honor Roll" of National Banks. This ought to mean something to the man who thinks, and who wants to place his money with a safe, success ful and c...

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 July 1914

Wrw f?PWPfMllBBSM ITtm i THJB MOUNTAIN A&roCATE. - ' -'i"l " KTeaBamfHsaL. -- BIG FIRST BAY CROWD EXPECTFR y SECRETARY.. W1LI K' THf, HALF'HOUDAY Bfc; OEs'Jt; , '"ON'a'Oc.UST li-'inu i ftfei: GLUB MFN WILL ARRIVE: Special Program It Arr.mqrd.4a Made Opcnlny Auepitiuin .rie tO . Racing Program 9chcdul I , . Western Nw 'iupr h,i " Luxlnsjloti, l ) I i in ., lelug laftde fvr u I . . .' . i Blue draw Fair i i.itm i . August 8, niikb i to i i. v day. All the m r im! . to dote Monday ar. i-.n of the day. In jwbt i u has Lviju unit what 1 annul tho antler of tmrnu i w i' :- . opr!lally ctroBti t ,r I . f '' races arid other aft. , -scheduled fur thth .i' tho t election of th. IflgtOB day .mi I '' of the wereh.ii.. , eXtmi to.tr in., i . i, IBS (lay, lv rs i .1. I'm program cf I ' i- K on Monday. iiur .! Blue Ureas K.lr m ik ' old trotters, in hVi tCSt youngster a I I1 t Wo and from vi.. li . to ten colta ...- . , . Thctro 111 be R(k ii m i grsat ot two r tbn . i t. . for Eorabers cf th...

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 July 1914

vQSBMES?SBSSBuflK5H&3SHB36BSH9Cr liBBKrj?y3fap,K"fjpw'iMiMMMjjgMwM nunHaiRFvvmMKcAflBiBtfbHHw ) K ,1 K j-SL .8 w h n r IV- Ti. . JKT r-r - in .. i ib ift aKBglELSI""'-, '-' "'' 'wpi'f t"g.i',y V, wyfl'l"!f11 " ''"'; J' Mwwfc i IF vlK ." tMr.L. ' "T aaiiAaiajggQgi"A in CT?" riUtJHBBiHlHHHUHBBWfjKMr.Tl9r.rr ddtv bf ftdrlstcff tTrf- tri7- fr ' UlamWKWenmi ih, ft! IWnilLiniJLL ITiLLMrltr; -sot IV BiHffsIlsiBWFf 1N&H ffi ; K BteWPT,'g"JtI! JfcJr23i -tfV . ? flirlvate citizens who had p i,. , It riTTTfftfrnf ? 'KlTi '! frl't runt unnim.iiit . ,, r khiI I..1 .Ji.iO 'jlnl- 1 i n" if "fir II I' V V "f n RMHI 1 rW i I! ...! II Hill I I iliinilll ntTlll I o i'"t-f tViaikkH .Mi U bbWJIIIH IIWII , ill .vJ.t-samTjM o7S3T033 ,1cot-iiI SU-.d -J. uJfWL.iUiVMiod'ifedL 45U. .j i' f f Ff I SdreesVast Growd ;of Supporters That Throngs i iiational ' rin"i lii'ii in Jinlfp- 1 ri4M ip-tiii. 1.7 1 ix4Uvfiie', rd, yurfwivat ftu airfiHtitGub't'ttn.ilot- 'FlWulofl rt iiudkiritlAi Mltlcal-3'intwyug evef...

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 July 1914

himmimi mmmmmmmmmmmsuG I - - 1 ' ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVKhY FRIDAY AT ARBOURVILLE,KENTUOIiY W. H. McDoxam) Editor V. 0.. MoUomalu. Assoc. Editor! Entered as &econd-Cln" Matter February It. ll nt tut l'oitolllce 'it Hnrbourtllle. Ky., uniler Act ot Conors" u( Mnrcli 3, 17. One Dollar Per ear in Advance The Ortlcldl Organ of I lie Itcpubllcdn Parly In hnnx County. BULL MOOSE LEADER It is said in the Hull Moose newspapers, that the I'arly is urging Roosevelt to lead the tvirtv rltic. vnfirin tbf I'limnAit'ti- To this Vt have o ohicction. he led them last year, and the year before, and if they are as hard to get unywhere this year as they were last, he will have a hard time getting anywhere. The way they lead ieinind& one of an old stubborn mule when he don't want to go, he is iiire not going to move a peg. It has also been ?aid by some that Roosevelt will come to the Eleventh Distiiot to make speeches for some Hull Moose that will he named in the Aug ust Primary fo...

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 July 1914

"!" ' THI MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE s mmmmmrm m wmmvm juwwwjh, n i iiki 1 1 i pc K",t j H . .f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TLl'PHONE NU.MBEK-H IIAuilOUKYILLK, KENTUCK1 SI.OO Por Yoar1.00 CALEB POWERS Will -peak at i he Court House in Bilrlionivillf, Sntuiday, uly 18. Everybody iiiviud. He will have tilings ol interem (o?ov. Date of Primniy August 1st. r PERSONALS Johu E. byrlcj, of Frankfort, came in last week to visit homcfolks Dr. 12. M. Howard, o( Hnrlan, was in ourcity on business Monday Mrs. C. M. Kelton and children spent Sunday with JVieuds in Bell County. Of nil fools on earth the biggest fool is the one who hasn't sense enough to know that he is a fool. Mrs. Maggie Messamorc Petry, of Sheffield, Ala., is here visiting hei mother, Mrs. Rachel Messamorc. James Bullock and wife spent Muiniuy on Goose Greek with Mrs B'u mother, Mrs. Rebecca Mills. Mrs. G. H. Prior, of Gainesville, Ga., is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. T. England, on Knox Street. Dr. Moss, of Williamsburg, and Dr. II. V. Pe...

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 July 1914

-jrr -"- , ,' 3MW' r -MTTMMMMHpanmf . 3X?9V7A WIATPT170M JHT lAW-aE-SW-ia.-i il i - - - I i ii i . . juw.Utf.s; BtUltHAM i i in ---1, .ir.-'. ..i id oair ) H , i asm ) 'A 'I .) ';.. Personal Characteristics' and Remarkatle-Career trf'tle Most Popular ManInltratU(yrTlifi Candidate Most Likely To Succeed tie1 tale Senator Bradley As the., Choice - of the Dem- o$rats At the Primaries lo Be woolr2 over tho Southr-Ytt I. wai' no; in -anyi niitlt blilti.vUp- that! Decklnra lockeM.-tu'Jr&fcflltthe. llauflt Intercuts ,of,Joiitucky. It'-aas rathor tfco thfne .Kit ToTf'to'-hlk war : a wftV.1lM a.... . Tha conJtltutton of Kentucky adopt ed tow tndntjr;Arii i)n nco. con-, tained a provision that required ttc lej-aslatur't"dk,hutV'a-Taw slvlng oath 'ccuni oftficMmftc-iWrtslit'tO voti Vttit 'wt;,.tJ"4rr," This constltu Riim. iwYiiouIlltii 'the tine, that J.tb kb-Alts railroad Pas. TIM iw.uulK )!? Jth breach J!ideed..&ntUQk, iagw, jators barir'lMeiyipruae, in matters ot -tr (B, C P Lcnnu '...

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 July 1914

l. V II L L PnOur began school at Horu tfrnncli hist Monday; Clabe is a hustler, Iictc's hopiug him success Tlioinn Savage is tick at this writing SouimtTS & Miller moved their stave mill fiom Buzzard to Squire Hniiittions' place on this branch last Mondnv On Inst Saturday evening ns the shades ol night were fast approach ing owl all was wrapped in silence, Uev lf V Ilninmons broke the still ness n! the hour uniting Dallas Mar tin ami Suilie Gibson in the holv bowls' nf lleildud: 1 plunbiu untiiti world without cud nnd nnieti Here is Imping' the young couple health hnppuitM and prosperity Jplia A Kilrv itiys he vvorksd two d.iyb fur Jell ilammnns fr last week digging one of left's mules out of a crawfish hole GRftY NeWS ( Situon. ) Thomas Helton ha been sick for the past week but is better now The farmers here are smiling over the rain but came too late for beans and potatoes F;red Owens and family spent Sun day at Haden with Nathaniel Par ker and wife Nathaniel Parker has about...

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 July 1914

Tffl.y MOUNTAIN' 'ADVOCATE - e I SCHOOLS ARE THE FOUNDATION PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY OF STATE DEPENDS UPON EDU. CATIONAL ADVANTAGES. CHOOSE GOOD MEN TRUSTEES Office In Many Instance Has Fallen Intc the Hand of incompetent ana Indifferent Citizens To All Our 1'elU- I'miens Who Love Kentucky Net v u m See Her Ad VM.CI to a tilgi.. Mate of Prosper ity, Material! Morally aud Intel lectually Mrt-etiug The tchoois at at the eiy founda tion uf all pmsperitj ami iirorei. The quality uf oui sih.iuls iuevltabl set the sUudaid of iiu utUeliahlu Tec quality it oui huols mult be tLe result ot tut uuAllhiuiluris, inter est and activity- ui ju: trustdt, uachtr aoJ patron Tht truatees us a rule ihooe the teacher. The I'i'uiity Board are made up from ttie iaiik ot the dis trict trustees Hint all the affairs of the school illslii. t die in the hands Of, or under tin intlueiuf mole ol leM of the trustee, heme I lit- Hat impor tant, of ibooliifc I hi- ri host and most iiltablo man in i-.u h ilwtit-t tor...

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 July 1914

rrf,e?rrrv-r ". mttibin UOCiTti oun ( IRCCLATION THIS WEKK " 3,500 " uL-tESwMWNHHKt OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 42. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914, Old Series: Vol VfJL No. 34. ?Jga.M.L "J IB I . afgmr J kM1 mm wr . 9f99l Wft Be 1 SB f i; 5 HPKUFlonz y" J, M. R0BS10N, Pbe3. SAFETY STRENGTH CONFIDENCE ARE THE STRONG POINTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF BARBOURVILLE Our Bank is SAFE because wo have HONEST, CARE FUL, "CONSERVATIVE and SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MEN in charge ff it. It is BACKED up by the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, by assets ot about $800,000.00, uml by stockholders worth more than a Million Dollars. - Our BANK has STRENGTH, because its CAPITAL has beoifPAIDlN FULL IN CASH, and it has a Surplus Profit. Fund of $27,600.00, in addition to its Undivided net profits, and to this may be added its assets and the resources of its stockholders. Our BANK not only HAS THE CONFIDENCE of more than a thousand depositors, but has...

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