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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 August 1914

mi t .. 1 I . 7- lyfifoV ? H'H V H H H lAon vV HHH HHr S&Paajsateaas5&aa One Price To All If "Opportunity Knocks Once at Every Man's Door." If is now knocking at yours now. You have the opportunity of buying your supplies a"s cheap as they can be bought anywhere. Money well invested makes more money. Your money spent with us is a good investment. We arc selling for CASH to everyone, and when you receive your bundle and- yass you good, honest dollars across the counter, you know that you are not paying the account of fellow who docs not pay for the goods that he has bought on credit. $uits, iShoes, Hats and Dresses Following are some of the prices we are making: Snits that formerly sold for $12.50 now at $9.50 " " " " " 10.00 " " 7.75 Shoes " " " " 4.00 " " 3.50 r" " " " " 3.50 " " 2.50 Hats " " " " 3.00 " 2.50 u - u t( 2.50 " " 1.75 Dresses " " " 2.0o " " 1.60 " " " " 1.25 " " 1.00 .W7WS-T5.VA V. V VWW .- tr ssa h l tmw rAfea rm ij.xo u ifcH acw a" J " V? v A w itfttfuarn ii...

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

m. w M: V r " i -i 'k IIMK- w IiwttiMi ftoftte. onii,.x)M CIRCULATION! THIS WBEK ' 5 3,500' , , rn.?f, $? At rm "Pie J t3? ' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN 1'AI'TY IN KNOX COUNTY --,..,. . . t, jevv scries: Vol. Ill, No. 48. BARBOUR VILLE, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914, " "THE ROLL of HONOR BANK" The only National Bank on the Honor Roll this side of Stanford. tT requires Successful and Honest management to place a bank on the Honor Roll. A bank thus managed means absolute Safely to its deposi tors and patrons. Our Corn Contest $50.00 in cash will be given away in nine prizes at the Knox County Fair, September!1, 8, anil 1. Brinfl your SX DCS! Ears Ot Corn, it 00818' nothing to., enter your corn. The Bank has prepared aplaco atlhp Fair to -show your corn. 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. literature?, or medicine, or Mates-1 importniii-i by tiny people with nianshii), or thought? Think of out woeful' deterioration of its micucu, ocouanu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

SUraHl i .i- K. 'v: - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE iihuv rfGj' i . - mmmt IV 'V h r K t-i y E Every Big Conflict In History Has Had One of Them. Present Celestial Wanderer, Discov ered by Paul T. Delevan, Will Soon Be Visible to the Naked Eye. (International News 8rvlc0 Every great war In tbo world's his tory has had its comet, and tho pres ent titanic conflict In Europo Is no ex ception. I'aul T. Delovan, an astron omer, has the honor of having his name attached to the free-lance of the skies, which will go down In history and science as the comet of tho war of 1914. Although when Delevan discov ered his comet from tho observatory of La Plata In the Argentine republic eight months ago there was no war on the horizon, and no sign of great trouble, the traveling body has been steadily growing brighter, and It will bocomo vlsiblo to the naked oyo very shortly, reaching its greatest brilliancy In tho course of the present war. Superstitious people might find much In the beginning of the great...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

& "i. ''! KQUJiTAIH. ADVOCATE OLWJL HIHB95SBHM539VHNV5HHE5i5BflHBBH9HMHHHBIE5BKHSE3HSA-s WB I . - . . v .v m- mv- wv ,. V X X V?k JkjB fr,N ., r. J" m-. mm- 1 4bw I .BIt." aflat if sHaRr K Willard Hotel Jefferson Street, Between 5th and 6th. Louisville, : : Kentucky. Whsn.,lpaLt0ttevi"e WILLARD HOTEL The OLD RELIABLE HOTEL; American Plan. Ilome Comfort, Good Rooms, Best There is to Kut. 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 all say about the WILLARD HOTEL H..D. LINDSAY, Manager. neanmiaa bbbl .ar- a .aar a .asr a. as- a .av a av a m a ar- .aaf .aw v .av w .b ar am rm ar m .atam .aaaar aaaaBr .aaaac aaaiaaakaaai aaaaaat BBiiaav nBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB I ft'M Lr . "L. L k W w T' k V w ' fjf '' "a J- m- ijmEf f THE LEADING LINH If Janl tagp.lll ft 1 WEAVEpTlI 6-. - ILaajJ feJi StI? H A tMagii inn BSI INffiULit r' Ejf Mr-i(iii s ht V TTIl.dfc. KHftftftgEi KENTUCKY ...

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

r Br f r -T4 ! - . " l .LJH "" - "- T .! iE j .. -. w4 .. fBEAUTTFITir i' Lands and Lots H H H H t 1 M sia ,y ;V. "rt 3 fc fl :-i r-- -- . -O- .- . -- - .-" -"-&-- -- -- - -- .- v - - .- I have for sale about SIXTY-FIVE ACRES of LAND In and around Barbourville; some of this land is very fine bottom land. A portion of this land is already laid off into City lots, which I will be glad to show you at any time. 1 also have FOUR COTTAGES and a LARGE RESIDENCE, and will sell any of this property in small or large lots just to suit you. I also offer my two STORES, one a Brick on Depot Street; one large frame on Knox Street. I also have several lots on Allison Avenue, and some land in the Country, including some good Coal Lands. I can fit up any one with a home, with prices to suit. 1 also have two enormous stocks of goods at the very lowest prices. Let me serve you, - .- Yours truly, , .. : -.--.r A' - - ? - , . i '. "" T. F. Barbourville; FAULKNER, Kentucky s taac Old Sliver Coins Fou...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

MP&fl nm , 3 "T".-V4. B-4. t 11 v - iu- " v J MB THE fcOUNTAlN ADVOCATE tWi i. IV A v ,- g ttv. K 5t fe ft. TXaiSrWaV m m SHOWED BOSS RULE Significant Result of Reoent Pro gressive Primaries". Explanation Made Seem to Reflect on the Ntfw Party a the Champion of Nomination by Primaries Imtead of Dottei. The followers of Colonel Roosevelt have been tha champions of tbp prl . mnry, as against the party convention, to defeat boss rule. If thero Is a Pro gressive party now In cxlsencoJt haa not mado Itself manifest In tho pri maries so far hold In any state. Tho story la tho samo In Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kansas. Tho Progressive voto was Insignificant In all these states, and tho explanation offered Is that there wero no contests for the nominations and therefore no Incen tive for tho Progressives to show their hands In the primaries That was tho explanation offered for Mr. Plnchot's small voto In Pennsylvania, for Mr. Garfield's Insignificant vote In Ohio, and for Mr. Murdock's vote...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

fc I mumgwvwr it,? '& Ik, - - - i TO-MOOHTAIN ADVOCATE rOBtlBHED KVKItY FRtTlAY AT BARBOURVILl.K,KKNTUOK.Y "W. H. McDonald Editor I V. 0. MoDonam), Absoc. Editor Knt.r.J At Hecond-Cla JUtter February V U. 1P04 at the lMJtofflM l lUrboutvllW. Ky., undtr Act ol Oougrmt of Mrcn b, m. One Dollar Per Year in Advance .The Official Organ or Hie Republican Parly In Knox Couniy. 1 " ' AN OKLAHOMA LEUER. Mr. G. M. Dean, of Fletcher, Oklahom, born unit raNed near Pint Lick, Ky., and one of our best school teachers, was once our county surveyor, anil worked for years in the Kevenue Service as storekeeper and causer in the ."th division, writes Mr. I. K. Hammons as fol lows: Fletcher, Okla., Aug. 23, 1914. Mr. John K. Hammons, Harbour ville, Ky., My Dear Old Friend ohn: After reading your letter in The Mountain Advocnte on oO years ago, put me to thinking of the time you and 1 had together in thee . vears past and gone. John I have often thought ol yon and Nancy, and oh how I would like to b...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

" - I ' RL',lM ," , . I ," ' I W, THE MOUNTAIN' ADVOCATE 14-TELEPHONK NTJMBEK-14 DAJUJOimVILLK, KENTTJOKX $1.00--Pr Yotar--$1.00 LOCAL HAPPENINGS C. It. William!", County Assessor was here Saturday and left us a nice order for job work. He also stated that he would start in to take the list of tlie taxable property of Knox county on September 7, and would push the work to com pletion as soon as possible. HOUSE PARTY Miss-Alma Faulkner has had as her guests for the past ten days four young ladies from the Dluegrass section of the State who were mak ing their first trip to the Mountains. They were Miss Lily Park, of Frank fort, Miss Innis Gillis, of Lexington, and Misses Marietta and Norma Cnssidy, of Versailles. Quite a num ber of social affairs were held in their honor among them being a reception at the home of Miss Faulkner on Tuesday evening of last week, and two informal dances at the home of Mrs. Kennedy. Besides these there was a picnic party to Dishraan Springs and numerous a...

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

vv - 4 - i a ki-t r'.. '. THR MOUNTAIN ADVOCAT --. w r u I r i- t- REQUESTS AID OF Ambassador Herrick Sends Strong Protest to Washington Against Bomb Throwing In Paris WHOLE WORLD AWAITING NEWS Six Million Mon Now Reportotl Activoly Engaged In Groat Struggle GERMANS AIM FOR PARIS Belgium Special Commission Will Protest to Government Officials at' Washington Against Alleged Atroci-j Wet Committed By Germans Com- mission Was Received By King aeorge. WAR IN BRIEF While the whole world Is awaiting definite news from the brittle line the French wf-r office contents Itsolf with the simple statement that as a result of the turalac movement of tho Ger man army and in order not to accept battle under unfavorable conditions, the French troops have retired From the British cipltal no word Is forthcoming regarding what are con sidered the most momentous opera tions of the war. While Berlin claims German victory over the Russians In East Prussia, in the capture of 70, 000 men, the Russians claim...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

? w ., wr u " A ,-v v 1 .. ttryt 004Ht0M4004 PSKENGERFEST CHORUS WILL BE AT THE tS Vv ' vf he m i u r i 3 ' sm. W. m ML F'jey KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, TUESDAY NIGHT, SEPT . 15 h One thousand singers will repeat grand opening program of Sacngerfest celebration held In Louisville Inst June. Numbers will Include setei lions irfn "Crusaders," four mu'i clioruscsand "My Old Kentucky Home" as finale, with orchestra of fifty. famous Scotch Highlander Band at Kentucky State Fair Will Give Demonstration In Pig Feeding Five Lots of Pigs Will Be Exhibited, Showing Effect of Different Foods. Experiments, Begun June 17, Will Be Closed During Fair. State Fair HK4 ITBBWKtHKTMKBBttKKTMr" T f r '' "flmr SjltlllSlbaaMfsssMitsMssJlsflHlslttMlsifrM LOT NO. 3 LOT NO. 2 W . HkK tf&tfrf'SSF yi1 r58fcii3Hli,Tfc . Jcjfejk rllAirHSlPl WflloRiHk MB&VJ !vmit 'm?- ask.7-.- 5Krx- x2&ijC?r,5TiiiSi StaKzift-. vmhkttzhhvmv ' r,jK&&Mfc&u9BHLBBLSBBssf yrinlrlKfLJVQwlflP'BuKMMEHE fat ayy Jfc IK vL3...

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

". ( ; T . M -v j i . ...i 'L. . itmifiB nviiiiirirv . ixi r- pair -v - In ths Southeastern Kentucky Fields All Mine Open. Barboursville, Ky -Continued Im provement in the coal Industry I ld lng to a full resumption of operation! In the Southeastern Kentucky fields New markets have bii opened In thi East, and In the event or a proionit.ee European war local operator botlev they -n 111 supply a part of the Kuterql trade which draws Its present supply enttmlv from tlm Kjstern fields. Th VllllAVU IIUW . ..mo.... ......-. . opening of the Panama canal will alac have the effeot of boosting the coal mining Industry In this section. The completion of the Carolliia Cllnchfleld and nig Sandy rout through to the Letcher county field Klves a new southern outlet to Cast crn Keutuokj's production The new line penetrates the "Flreaks of the Sandy1, on the Kentucky-Virginia border ad connects with a seaboard outlet on the South Atlantic coast. A new market Is opened for Kentucky coal by the comple...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

' .? ' r'tMh, r-tjrf "! . - J . 'TfV " Ml 1 .IHJMOUNTAINADVCATl a- n- i.. .. ' I m,'" 1 ury wUHPvv laK 'MflL'. Y .. i T K V. . I. ' "' s i'V f- f I Jk - y A j: - r V rx M .9 r-BKoUK El!i.-& PJV T ' Jif. Tfc'r A IL'EAGUE WILL RAISE FUNDS FOUR HUNDRED MEMBERS VOTE 'ASSESSMENT OF FIFTY CENTS VEACH MONTH TO FIQHT. THE HIGH COST OF LIVING cy r.ai.J'....-.i. kl-...f. 1.1. U .... Krunuiivii9. iviBciing noiu govcn Urjalrvmtn A tart Ball Rolllnn and &S&5 Cut the Pries of Milk. tHneclal Frankfort CorresDondtnc.) ;4lFrankfort. A meeting of the con- wUrar league, recently formed In 'Vli'aOtM r.nnttM vart wna tinlrl nt ttlA .-Opera-Home, with a largo and enthu- l4sff. ivnwfl nrflaant Ahntir 40A mAm. 11 hers stoned the roll nnd it was agreed .jjy.tht a" rnerabership fee of 50 cents a P5aUund for fighting; the high coat of 11t- tag. The meeting ras opened by the "jlnglng of "My Old Kentucky Homo" T by the entire audience. Speeches were made, along the lines of high coat of " "living an...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 September 1914

?i r s 1 ; kv (! fjT iff- BgBBBgpilWIWiBBiWr '-lp 'MiipdftpcMirsSvoi&fei .."'' ' H 558? ' i ' . jiu i" in r i , 'fgMBHSBi OHmw L H . H-H-H-H k. ' fl iai b H i H pM B V Pm ' j HH V H i V H i l r 'H h H V H V H H H H . ' ' H lH HH H HH MHH ' MHH H H HB H MH H H H H H H JHK H H H H H H H fl l a H JH h i H ft i feH. i H i Hr Hf vj9 . h H H t. PH 9 i L V F l b ,4t B --H l H B b H l l l l H H x'TS' H H H-i--l H i H H H H IH H H - H H i l l H H l l H H H H H H SSrs l. HH flBIH IBl H 1 Mb ML H H Mv h Mh l Hl t 3 P HnB H H H HH V m hB HH A r H H f H r B l H One Price To All If "Opportunity Knocks Once at Every Man's Door." t is now knocking at yours. You have the opportunity of buying your supplies as cheap as they can be bought anywhere. Money well invested makes more money. Your money spent with us is a good investment. We are selling forjCASH to everyone, and when you receive your bundle and pass your good, honest dollars across the counter, you know that you arc not paying the accoun...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

wwrriTTyWfWy ' imralr " ' ' Mtfl otfn CIRCULATION THIS WEBK 3,500 OIIICULAWON 1gsCJt3 :f w . .. . .it .- 1""!l lj dSsmESBs T ..' , . eeKJMUUUii.. fcrtJiv OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY . New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 49. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. ?$ IIP L V. ' J IMS iJBJ' 'THE ROLL of HONOR BANK" G-R-O-W-S -n Times have been a little close, Rut our bank now has about $80,000 or more of Deposits than we had at this time last year. It takei a live bank to grow in hard times. The only Notional Bank on the Honor Roll this side of Stanford. 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. f O r i i.n ji jn l ''-. ' Just a Little More About h'v Pastor Russell. This is a free country. The " Tight is freely conceded to every rman to have his own opinion about the Bible and what it teaches. Furthermore every sill- cere and devout student of the ' .Bible, who is studying to know ." God's will i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

jprN 'ij A' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ft- B I CARDINAL CH1ESA IS ELECTED NEW POPE Rome Crowds Cheer As Archbishop of Bologna's Name Is Announced-Pontiff, Who Is 60 Years Old, Assumes Title of Benedict XV, Which Has Not Been Used for 174 Years. Rome. Italy. Cardinal Glacomo Delia Chlesa, archbishop of Uologna, Italy, on Thursday was elected su preme pontlft of the Catholic heir archy In succession to Pope Plus X, who died August 20. Ho will reign un der tho narao of Benedict XV. The conclave of tho sacred college, whose duty It Is to elect the pope. went ' Into session the evening of Monday, August 31. The announcement of tho outcome of its deliberations was made In tho morning shortly after II o'clock. Cardinal Chlesa was elected pope on the ninth ballot. At 11.45 tho new pope appeared on an Inner balcony of St. Peter's clad In his pontifical robes. The balcony was hung with red velours and a heavy golden fringe decorated the railing. The pontiff pronounced the apostolic benediction to ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

A' 5' Ik 'h.S X? t .. THE MOUMTAlN ADVOCATE S f w lA & SH. U- f -; 3. B: If fPLYMOUTH ROCK IS POPULAR Greatest Recommendation on Farm It Excellent Growth Made by tha Young Chlckena. APr o. nnr.) Tho American broods of poultry have been made by tho mixing of Asi atic and Mediterranean, or non-set ting breeds of (owls. They havo been formed to meet tho demand for a genera' purpose chicken, and they ful fill this demand better than any breed thus far considered. These breeds nro moro variable In trails than breeds with moro years of uniform ancestry to their credit If strict selection la riot maintained the American varieties are Inclined to vary and revert to an cestral types. This would at first seem a disadvantage, but in the hands of n careful breeder this tendency to vary may be turned Into good account In Improving tho breod. The barred variety of tho Plymouth nock Is the original Plymouth Rock, and Is, perhaps, all things considered, the most -popular breed In this coun- Bar...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

r. F I THE MOUNTAIN ADYOO&TE rUpUSUED EVEhT ESIPAT M J&ARBOUKVILLB,KEIW0eitY W . IT. MoDojuld JJtfBP V. 0. McDokald, AfiBOC. Epnh Enttreil si Hscoiut-CleM ttU tq?! 19, 1M at thu lWuttlcs at HartoAirxjll, Ky., undsr Act at Const tt of Mr.B o. tv." One Dollar Per Year in Advance The OfllcUl Organ of the RepubUriR Prly In Ijn3x County. When all the delegate and members of the DeKalb Gouafy (Indiana) Progressive Gad von. tiOh bad assembled, the other lhy there were just 38 persons -rlre.-S9nt. Professor Wilson is telling b business men that busings. t "looking up." Of cour.se- 16 w It's ilat on its back and cfla'ft look any other way. JLUJ'JM.JJ.."JI When revenues tinder a BJJfs erable pretense of u Douiarafic tarifT are failing fast, hftw- bany. it is to resort, -to an interval roremie tax and lay it oh -fa a European war. If tbo adminietiation declared policy of filling fourth-clae pwJM masterships only with meu wUo could pass a civil service ajfaajt. nation was meant to mean ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

) ;1, BEAUTIFUL 1 I! Lands and Lots HaVLVaaaaaaaaaaf LflaaaaflaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaflLV aaaaaaaaaaV aaaaYlBaaaTi BaaaaaaaaTa BTaBTaaTaaTaSBTaaaaBBa aaa,a. , . sLJt- bbbbbbH .. L VjB H B TbbbbI '5B H .. k .k .H H VbbbH K MlHjl bIHjV f HHLH aflHafl aflHaV bIHji ! LflHj VHaV ? 'flH BBB BBB BBnBBH " BbW aflaVsVaflk BBB BBB 2 ! " 1 MbbbbbbH bbbbbhH bbbbbbH bbbbbBbB bbbbbBbI bBbBbB bbbbbBbI -l-l-L-l-BB ,- bIbIbIbI bIbIbIbI bIbIbIbI bIbIbIbI bbIbH bIbIH .illH bIbIbIbHbIbIbIB bBbBbH bIbIbIbB 9 ' ' bbbH Bb"bhF bbbH JftflM "bbbbbbVF bBbBTHbBbBb bbbbbbbM bbbbbbbbT H u r -;- & 1 -, , - - r , . ri: I have for sale about SIXTY-FIVE ACRES of LAND In and around Barbourville; some of this land is very fine bottom land. A portion of this land is already laid off into City lots, which 1 will be glad to show you at any time. I also have FOUR COTTAGES and a LARGE RESIDENCE, and will sell any of this property in small or large lots just to suit you. I also offer my two STORES, one a Brick on Depot Stree...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

t , TJgK MOUNTAIN AUVOCATK 3C SANATORIUM FOR KENTUCKY HAS A BIG TURKEY CROP J NOTICE-. I wMi a ua i RUGS. CAftPETS W 1 1 1 P O HOtel INSANE PATIENTS ". ii n hi -,-MISXZ r V ''GREAT IMPROVEMENT MADE Al 'EASTERN KENTUCKY HOSPITAL, SAYS SUPERINTENDENT. ACCOMMODATES 30 PERSONS I Total Coit of New Ward Under 6,0OC F Patients Sleep Practically In l the Open Air. (Special Frankfort Corretpondenc.) Frankfort Dr. Joseph A. Qoodson superintendent of the Eastern Kou tiicky Hospital for the Insane, Is Mr) proud of the sanatorium for pattunti afflicted ft lth tuberculosis, hlch hai just been completed on the hospital grounds f The tuberculosis ward, ui the sanatorium Is officially known, wat first put Into use recently. The build lng Is simply a big sleeping porch, and fv 111 prolde accommodations for 3( persons. Its cost was under $6,000. Il consists of two long wards entire!) open on one side except for u canvai awning, with screens and a wainscot These wards contain the beds whert the patient...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

.X ADVOCATE IE THE MOUNTAIN I ' M f ', fi I v tfr ilt. r . . -.THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TELEPnONK NUMBER-14 DAIinornVlLIiR, KENTUCKY $1.00 Por Yoar $1.00 LOCAL HAPPENINGS JU . B. Ware of Corbio, was here Monday. S. H. Kaah of Corbin, was here Tuesday attending to his legal pro fession, I Mrs Ruben Broughnon, of Crab Orchard, Ky., is visiting Mr and Mrs D C I'ayne Miss Bertha Douglas, of Bradel, Ky., is the guest of Misses Gertrude and Gladys Steele this week. W. T. Smith and E. E. Prichard of Williamsburg, were here a day or two of this week attending court Mrs Avarilla Grove and son. of Somerset, are here for a few days' visit to Mrs Grove's father, D C Payne Owing to the great number of felony cases to be tried at this term of court little will be done in civil actions. W II McDonald was in Williams burg and delivered an address in response to welcome address to the J O 0 A M J. P. Haney left Tuesday morn ing for Berry, Ky., where he goes to take charge of the Berry Citizen. Luck ...

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