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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 August 1914

SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE ILLUSTRATED 320 VAOE9. Tells all about tex matter; what young men pr.cl wninen, young wivtf nnil lin.butuii and all othrrs need to know about tlie sacirtl laws llint yotrn the sex forces lain truth? ot sex life in relation to honimie in mnrtianc "Secrets" of tnnnhnml nnd vruninhnod; ex ual abuses social evil, disease, etc, The latest, most advanced and comprehensive w.rk I'.nit has ever been issued mi exnl livgicnc, Price less instruction lor those who are ready for the true inner teaching. This books tells nurses teachers doctors, lawyers, preachers, social workers, Sunday School teachers and all others, voting and old, what all need to know about sex matters. By Wiufield Scott Hall, Ph. D., M.D. (Leipzig ) Newspaper Comments: "Scientifically correct." Chicago Tribune. "Accurate and up-to-date." Philadelphia Press. "Stan dard book of knowledge." Phila delphia Ledger. The New York World says: "Plain truths for those who need or ought to know them for the prevention ...

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

? ;v. n. iw , ht ,4 I THE MOUNTAIN .ADVOCATE THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TFt WHOSE KUMBEn-ti llAltllOUHVII.Lli;, KKNTUCKT 61.00 Por Yoor-SI. 00 r PERSONALS 1 tk. J ml go W W l'insley is in Lon don nn ollicial business this week. 1J. 0. Ohappell,-of Three States, was here seeing theboy's Tuesday Mrs. Lou Webb, of Manchester, is hero this week visiting friends. S. II. Black, of Orane Nest, was an appreciated visitor at this olllce Thursday. Mrs Byron Ileid, of Manchester, is visiting friends and relatives here'this woelc. Miss Eva Hunt, of Kim, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. 0. M. Kelton, this week. Miss Amanda Lockhart, of Cor bin, is tho guest of Miss Lutio Lockhart this week. Miss Georgia Ilerndon and her mother, of Oklahoma, are gueets of Mrs. Holt this week. Misses Edna Smith, Sallie La line and Bertha Hibbardare the guest of Mrs. W. fl. McDonald this week. Mrs. Sallie Smith and children spent Saturday and Sunday with her father, Mr. George Riley, on Goose Creek. Mrs. J. 11. Lawso...

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

T7fl " - jv W tf THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE T-nOTj I r BRITISH SOL ULTIMATUM SENT TO BERLIN DE MANDING WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS England Promises Protection to the Coast of France Advance of Russian Army Across German Frontier Progressing at Several Points First Attempted Aerial Attack On Paris Was Frustrated and Driven Back Pfef522, AUSTRIA-ffUW '.' v t wvi ij.r'ZhfA s rwrvriiz?. 3w. KiiS-FM ,," , l w,oa oJStjwp" & v v. rTCZ.jnsvs'Wi 45 HJSSS Vs&- V"" .Btffcm8? n V-tK V -w'wr- v Via FLASHES FROM THE WAR A battle was fought between the German and Russian fleets off the Aland Islands. The Aland Islands form an archi pelago In the Gulf of Bothnia. They have belonged to Russia since 1809. The Servians are advancing on Austrian territory, Austria having withdrawn a portion of her army. Bulgaria is mobilizing and Rou mania is expected to follow. Turkey is mobilizing in the hope of furthering her interests. Two Russian spies have been shot at Hamburg. It Is reported that part of the German ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 August 1914

TWflWP'WV" f Vv; !mw? fWfwt; S3. r-waHnHHSw ') "'i " i 'i THE- MOUNTAIN- ADVOCATE St " .' St c : 1 L ANNUflLEXHi'BITION AT BLUEGRASS FAIR KENTUCKY'8 GREAT AQRICUL. TURAL AND LIVE STOCK EXPOCITION HELD. HORSE SHOW IS A FEATURE The Heart of the Blue Grass Region aflbJn the Center of Fine Breeding Section. Western Newspaper Union News Bervlct. Lexington, Ky. The Bluograss fair, tho great agricultural llvo stock expo sition, and tho annual social and amusement event of Central Kentucky, was held hero through tho week. Sit uated as Lexington Is, In tho heart of tho Blucgross region, tho center of the fine llvo stock breodlng section of tho United States, and In tho midst or a xnoro diversified and fruitful agricul tural activity than perhaps any other part of tho country, tho Bluegrass fair is an institution peculiar to Itself and Is typical of tho Dluegross region of Kentucky. Tho preliminary entries for the exhibitions and the Inquiries received Indicated that tho fair would bo tho gre...

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

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

cowJuEfttfir unit 3 jCKJ 41 OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE REPUBLICAN PAPTYiIN KNOX COUNTY lew- Mies: Vol. Ill, No. 45. BARBOURVILLE, KY.,. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. FfeKMr J I 1 :. "THE ROLL of HONOR BANK?' VMffi 0 other Notional Bonk th'is aide of Stanford, Kentucky, is a "Roll of Honor frinnk" vr,t WtSW the First Notional Bonk; of1 Barbourville. it- J-Here are only obout nine "Rolf, of Honor" National Banks in the wholcstato of Kentucky. Our Knnlf i ntt.'i M,l A il.I. .1.' i'' . . nni 4ii ciitltiuu III IIUS CllSLinnnnn hnrnnaa SURPLUS PROFIT FUNI. It grow. It rStates DEPOSITORY. 'A .depositor- for 'QUI.. II i. nra , . 1. ..... " ---.--. , oiaic rust umce anu tlio Un ted States Oniirr. .A ,1. ipository for'lho City of Barbourville and Knox County. It not only has the confidence of tlio Citizens, but also of 'he Nation, tate,OityndConntybfflcors. iThisonglit to .CB Su,ewgrorne person iwlio thinks and who wants to rdabusiness with a growing, 'strongsafe anil prog...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

?i- s- IT, T ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE .ja Hr" J '-',' fc '" : 5s5K 9 M PUBIS HEARS THE CURFEW BELL Martial Law (or First Time Since Siege of Paris. CALM FOLLOWS GREAT NOISE War 8cenes In the Frivolous French Capital Citizens Must Do Indoors by 9:00 P. M. Society Women Take Volunteers' Places. 1'arii. Martial law Is in force for the first time elnco 1S70, when Paris was In a stato of siege. A visitor un aware of the situation would fancy himself In the midst of n national fes tival. 1 his Is on tho outside only, for every home has Its mourning. But life sits lightly on the Parisian The whole city Is beflagged; the streets are a mass of color; hardly a "building is there that Is not gay with bunting. The English flag Is conspic uous everywhere. In tho streets hawkers do a roaring trade selling little flags for the but tonhole, one the national tri-color, an other the combined colors of the trirlo entente. Horse and motor traffic are almost non-existent Luckily the weather keeps fine. I...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

&y&j$s&s3p,Bw?. .-. v j, -f'YV.i ; t THE -MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE permany's War Dead Are Cremated On Bloody Field of Battle at Liege w " . - : V fljrVIW w w tRBc ii WBM ii 9NivMfl Jim HOLLAND WILL PROTECT COUNTRY FROM INVASION Belgian Soldiers Dutch Forts German AI1 Hospitals Are Filled bined French -English-Belgians Armies Will Assume the Offensive Against the Germans Russians Are Scouring Baltic Sea WAR BREVITIES Maestrlcht, Holland. Wholesale , cremation of bodies of German sol diers killed In fighting at Liege de scribed by German fugitives. Over each heap a short funeral cervlce was conducted, and mili tary salutes were given. London. St. Petersburg dispatch to the Post says the Russian fleet Is actively scouring the Baltic Sea. Washington Reports that Great Britain has forbidden the landing of all foreigners on her shores. Suggested that any order Issued by the British authorities In all probability would not be enforced against neutral foreigners desiring to land tempor...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

r " i T1J M0UHTA1W AnitQeATl WllBfeAlii ADVOCATE (K1 - r- - , ii i iBgs5age5 B r!!!!T!iSvSlrTSSSSSMtUBKSaB m ltJW-tSHKD KVKHY FRIDAT AT BAKBOURVILLE.KENTUOK.Y W. H. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Entered n 8ccona-01ii MktUr February 1, 19M at the Ioitofflc at Barbourtllle. Kjr., u&dar Act of Oongreu f March 8. lr. One Dollar Ter Year hi Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. The Modern Method of Finishing Walls CLiie News ( "y lane ) Good rain Suiulajr. Rev. Micks preached at Dishinati, Sunday. Jiat Miller returned Satuurday from L'atbourville, where he had been attending court. Rev. J C Smith is able to be out again and attended church Sunday. Ed Miller was in Bat hour vilje last Saturday. Misses Julia Johnson amj, Edna Terrell visited school at Clate, last Tuesday. Clarence Logan and son spent Wednesday at Packard. Misses Rosa Lnwson, Maud Mays ' and Daisy Rapier; Messrs. Lloyaj ncKeehan, Viviaa Rapier arid Deni I Hill, were the Clate...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

,.Nf'nJ' tan 'T,"i - - g mm. ft w I- HiB1? ii&mmw TMflLevl ' 1 R Hi M AT 1 1 l ' III n ill I 11 s I II ill I fl'1 - P0F THE CONDITION OF KNOX COUNTY L- December 31, 1913. BARBOURVILLE ONE 'Engineer's Report to the Knox Fiscal .. Court AC It'e October Term, 1913, Of All Voucher Certified by Him. Anrll Pavrftll. .1. M. P. nabiip nrt . r i-irr lij. " v;'T ..:.r. ,irjes vvairrcii nuiutf ounning Crek. Ben Deaton - ..-JIG 87 Ed Bowlln, 120 hours at 30c "in. tior. Ipnm . .. 3K 1.1 Wj . Tlt nnntlln 073. Unn .1 1qln i u wvniiui u. J uuutn RL 1A7ZU per hour . ...... 10 9G Elijah Williamson, 74 hours at 30c per hour, team 22 42 Proctor Slzeraoro, 128 hours At 14 and 124c por hour -... 17 44 rroctor bizeraore, 33 hours at 174 per hour . ... . 6 17 -- James Jackson, 1274 hours at sue per uour, team .. . 38 17 John Williams, 48 hours at 30c per hour, team .. 14 17 Daw Jackson, 106 hours at 30c per hour, team ... 32 02 Bon Broughton, C3 hours at 12o per hour 7 96 Lloyd Warren, CO hours at 5c p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

'-ir n '?& TH MOUNTAIN AbVOCJAf w 12 05 Sal Parrott, 27 hrs. nt 12 He per Heary 'stewartTvO hrs at 12fcc per hour John Sheldon, 40 hrs ut 12 sc . per hour John Ridgcl, CO hrs, n( 12,e jut hour . . . Bob Johnson, CO hrs at 124c per hour Geo. Early, CO hrs. nt 12c per hour . Wiley Johnson, SO hrs nt 12H per hour - 3 37 8 73 5 00' 7 BO 7 BO 7 10 C 2S Maryland Hutton, 20 hrs at 122c per hour . 2 BO John Owens, 70 hrt. nt 12c per hour S 75 Allen Martin, SO lira at 124c per hour . 11 lift Robert Hix. 40 hrs tit 12'c Mr hour .... C 0 Ben Donaldson, 40 hrs nt 12 Vic per hour . ... B 00 John Helton. CO hrs nt 12'Ac per hour . 7 BO Victor TiirntT. 60 hrs. at UV4c per hour . . . C 2R V. D. Jackson, fcO hrs at 20o per hour, foreman 16 00 Ben Deatou, hd hrs. nt JUV per hour, tram 21 on 12 oo Jesse Turner, 40 lirs nt :uv per hour, to. nn Q. D. Turner, 10 lirn at Or por hour', team 3 09 V. D. Jackson. SO hrs at "(o per hour, team 21 00 John Helton, (Hi Ins nt 30 per hour, team . IS 00 Frank Ca...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

THE , MOUNTAIN ADVOCjAltf f'n 3 IX ft B " M n 9. B. Ree, superrlsor 22 EO Electric Ught Co., lights 11 33 R. H. Nenett, water and gas 70 05 Tho. Hale, hauling pauper-..-. 1 CO T. J, Hale, hauling pauper-- 1 60 Mm, It. M. Stansberry, for Mrs. Tayne 20 00 D. T. Wilson, Clerk City Elec tion 2 00 Qeorgo Hammons, taking paper to poor house . . . 1 CO T. J. Vermillion, cbarlty for Turner Bond - C 00 Dr. J. W. Parker, charity for Engle child ., . 11 25 Cumb. Natural Oas Co., water and gas ... . CO 00 Mrs. R. M. Stansbury, for Mrs. Payne . .. . ... 20 00 Dr. J. Q. Tye, waiting on Jane Lockard family . ... .. 7 CO Charley Main, repairs at Court House and Jail . ...... 2 00 Rathfon Scent & Co., lumber for Poort bouse ...- 26 48 L. D. Stanflll, house rent -for election - ... 9 00 Camp Ground Tel. Co.,phone rent . - ...... 7 00 Electric Light Co., lights 14 23 B. P. Walker, charity for Kuhns 17 50 B. P. Walker, supervisor 22 50 B. P. Walker, extra service as supervisor . - ........ 30 00 W....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

.-7- lttjt. . jkhbucacj L.aJLUMKJiL? mMa-'. .,.,--! , i - F saei I sexiJal KNOWLEDGE ILLUSTRATKI) 3ao I'AUES. L&N. Time Table NORTH BOUND No, No - m. m mmm . .wmatT LINE 1 Tells all about sex twitters; what young men and women, young wes and husband nnd nil others need to know about the snored laws that govern the x fnrcs clain truths of cx lite in r-'alwn to happiness in marriage "Secrets" of manhood and woimiiihuod, sex ual abuses, social evil, dnM tc. The latest, most ulvam'fd ami comprehensive work t'.uit lm err been issued ou sexual hiKiriii l'licc- less instruction for tlioc who are rtad for the true iiimr tciichinx. This books tells uiiric teacher doctors, lawjers, preacher, .ooiiil workers, Sunday Si lined tcnihor and all others, young and old, what all need to know about ve matters. By Winfield Scott Hall, I'h !., M.P. (Leipzig.) Newspaper Comment "Scientifically correct. Tribune. "Accurate and up-to-date.' Philadelphia I'rcxx. "Stan dard book of knowledge" Phila delphi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

- THK -MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Akmmfutmiy hms no substitute Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or 50 wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. ' i V. 2 iRovnl Ralflnn- OewxrAam ii'mnJn ... ..X tfrtt -"-' - -."to wttwm is mauc ituui (Jure, tvt Grape Cream of Tartar. No alum, l? 1 lime or acid phosphates. .v ORDINANCE ZfcTo. 201. ?.-i .THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE U-TKLBI'lIONK NUMBEIt-1 1 u.uuioimvirLE, Kentucky A MISTAKEN IDEA $1.00Por YoarSI.OO r PERSONALS 1 u W. II. McDonald is out of town. Walter Nicholson and Owen Lang Lnn of Corbin, were here Sunday. V. C. McDonald has bis band boys lined up at the Brodheadair this week. II. P. Kincaid and wife, of Corbin, spent Saturday with friends in our city. John Ilenson and wife, of St. Peters burg, Fla., are guests of Mrs. Y. II. McDonald Miss Margaret Stacy, of London, ' is the guest of Mrs. Sawyer A. Smith this week...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

WFvrr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t i 9. I r r r i EXHIBIT WORK- IS mtSSFULiX MOVING PICTURE TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT ATTRACTS MUCH ATTENTION. HEALTH LEAGUES ORGANIZED Twenty-Nine Cases Located In One County With Many Cases of Hook Worm. (SpecUl Frankfort Corresuondence.) Frankfort. The moving picture ex hibit work of the Statu Tuberculosis Commission Is proving most success ful In retching country districts. So far It has appo.tred in Franklin, Wood ford and Shelby counties with about 5,000 people In attendance. Ander son, Ho)lo and Mercer will be the next counties visited. Miss Kllrnbeth Da vidson has just completed five months of service with the tuberculosis com.-mls-slon. As a result of six weeks' work la Urcckitirldge county health leagues have been orgnnlzed at liar dlnsburg, Irvlngton, Stephensport and Cloverport, and $200 has been raised locally to co-operato with a nurse rep resenting the state commission In 'he fall. Mtsd Marian Williamson, one of the commission's regular staff of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

-'- . r .. r ' - X THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE c "r l&ti "fiSh mBMrKia. 11 mm? rZrjrJw.M lLKlM -JK DcoiaM A fcfiolM by fail uk- Nkkuow c henvrt t rabofeatfon. Tub Coca-Cola Woman Deterved Sharp Retort. X whlto Pomeranian escaped from tho arms of Its mistress In Surf ave nue, Coney Island, tho other night and ran In front of an automobile. 3t newsboy darted after tho dog, caught It, and then fell In a mud puddle. He toat a dozen or so of papers but held on to tho .dog, which he returned to Its owner slightly soiled. "You Impudent little ecampl" said tho woman. "What made you get the dear little dog so dirty. You ought to bo whipped." "I am mighty glad I didn't save your life," replied the boy, and a score of onlookers applauded him. Halce the laundrt happy that's Red Cross Ball Blue. Makes beautiful, clear white clothes. All good grocers. Adv. Depends. "Is a ton of coal very much, pa?" "It depends on whether you are hoveling It or burning It." PROMOTE A CLEAR SKIN CUTICURA SOAP And Cut...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 August 1914

! 1 w 4 " Wtt MOUKfAlK Afit&cATl - J- - v LLLLl.1 i-lU-Li ' " " I" W mwj ..in; ,.,,, , 1. milst-l. lj. .jfl...yi .JMLIJ .- ., . ., ,. i.J.M.-.. - . .... . ' .. f Wt JHHLfc. 'tHBBI JHA . . jwga. f ' rB H" VB.H H Vh B B " t&ZI H ' H H LsH H H H B H H H H tiH iH H . WLwSl H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H " imm H kssssiV H kssssiiiS J H H kssssiiiS VH H H H H kssssiS H Kl' an I' H BB k. VB k. H H H BK Bi be H m A V H H B H H H HiB H '-' - -J B H 'B H H 1 B B H B B B B H B ' -ijii B B B B B B B B B BbbV Mbbb HbB B H B. Bl .1 HB AB AW BBB1 HMBJ BBB1 BBH a 3K v m A r flB flHB wBBr BHB BB H A H FOR SEVERAL YEARS ;We have been trying to get our business on a CASH BASIS, and have reached that point. No customer will be allowed to take any article from our store without leaving the money, or it's equivalent, which means that you may trade us produce, you may give us your check, or we will take your note with surety. We publish these facts so that you may not be disappointed and that you m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

r -, iMtitfatff - OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY Vol. Ill, No. 46. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. f,' I Br? XL--- sBBBS'i' IW i?VU f i Jmr ,' & R " us rr r- : - "THE W ROLL of BANK" njIJU other National Bank this sido of -Stanford, $lcrj Kentucky, is a "Roll of Honor Bonis" oxcopt ?fS$ tl'e First Notional Bank, of liarbourvillo. n( There are only about nine "tfoll of Honor" NationalxBanka in the. whole State of Kentucky. Our Bajilo is entitled to this distinction because of its large SURPLUS PROFIT FUND. It grows. It is a United States DEPOSITORY. A depository for the United States Post Office and the United States Court. A de-' pository for the City of Barbourville and Knox County. It not only has the confidence of the Citizens, but also of the Nation, State, City and County Officers. This ought to . trieaa something to the person who thinks and who wants to do'business with a growing, strong, safe mid piogresaiv...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

VTy V'3' TH lOUNTAIl ADVOCATE . n SUIT TO TEST STATUTE FILED THE 8TATE WORKMEN'S COM. PENSATION LAW HAS BEEN ATTACKED. HOT ALL EMPLOYERS COMPLY 43clief of Many That New Law Is Unconstitutional and Court De- clslon Is Desired. (Bppctal Krnnkfort Correspondence.) Frankfort. The workmen's compen sation ncL patted by the 1914 general -assembly, has been subjected to the constitutional test In a suit filed In the Tranklln circuit court by the nark, nnon's compensation board against Tho .State Journal Co., of Frankfort, asking ior a mandatory Injunction to compel --tho company to fill out and return to -tho board blank reports sent out by tho board to tho employers of labor In conformity with tho act. Tho suit -was filed by Robert Caldwell, of the attorney general's olllcc. acting coun sel for tho board, which Is composed of Atty. Gen. James Garnctt, Commis sioner of Agriculture J W Newman and Insurance Commissioner Matt C Clay. Atty. Gen. Garnett said that a num ber of employers of labor...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 August 1914

lErfilS! EISH A J.' -'- l' W fcv 8 3$- O' & ,J I ' r I'VpSr i. T9fr.r?wy wem: lllnfifcM iHMBABfabHMad Pfltard tfOtel Jefferson Street, Between 5th and 6tlif - Louisville, : : Kentucky. toSSlr"16 WILLARD HOTEL The OLD RELIABLE HOTEL; American Plan. Uome'Oomfort, Good Rooms, Best There is to KatT Courteous Attention to all Guests, Out in the State People will find a Good Home at the WILLARD, Rates Reasonable "It's Just Like Staying at Home." Is what they ull say about the WILLARD HOTEL H. D. LINDSAY, Manager. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harnats Suit a Student' Judging Contest $1,000 Roaster Stake Firmer Bey ' Et.carapmcnt TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit, of Hone, Cttle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman' Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND Mi FIREWORKS DISPLAY sy ' -' . v ' -. , '- -- -.. IU tJBBBBi ITHE LEADING LINE! fly 1BHHB' BBgg IS I ii.T..iftfcii rail ti-...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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