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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

W'TPT" -v v y &' c r" THi 'FOUNTAIN ADVOCATE tcVj1 ' T" ' mH r: I i f V & :a SANATORIUM FOR INSANE PATIENTS GREAT IMPROVEMENT MADE AT EASTERN KENTUCKY HOSPITAL, SAYS SUPERINTENDENT. ACCOMMODATES 30 PERSONS Total Cost of New Ward Under $6,000 Patients Sleep Practically In the Open Air. (Special Frankfort Correspondence.) Frankfort. Dr. Joseph A. Goodson, superintendent of the Eastern Ken tucky Hospital for the Insane, Is very proud of the sanatorium for patients afflicted with tuberculosis, which has Just been completed on the hospital grounds. Tho tuberculosis ward, as the sanatorium Is officially known, was first put into use recently. The build ing is simply a big sleeping porch, and will provide accommodations for 30 persons. Its cost was under $6,000. It consists of two long wards entirely open on one side except for a canvas awning, with screens and a wainscot. These wards contain the beds where the patients will sleep, practically In the open air. Adjoining each ward a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 1914

mgja WP T. 'wvrr Ki mZVVF gout: THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE fc r s I) i h v v - . KENTUCKY HAS A BIG TURKEY CROP .PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR A DAN. , NER CROP QRAS3HOPPER8 REPORTED NUMER0U8. FOUND PAYING INVESTMENT Lexington Consumes Twenty-five Thou and Each Year An Equal Num ber Shipped North. "Western Newspaper Union News Service. Lexington, Ky. Tho turkey crop of the Blucgrass region Is reported to bo the largest and best (or many years on account not only of tho dry weather of the early summer, but because tho farmers have found turkeys to pay so well that more persons have taken to raising them than evor before. Pro duce dealers have been In tho county on different occasions during tho last 1 few weeks making contracts for the tall supply of turkeys, and they report that the prospects this year for a ban ner crop arc better than It has been at any time during tho last fourteen years. The grasshoppers on which turkey raisers depend for tho thriving of their flocks In tho early fall are re ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 September 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. — 25 September 1914

r ''' ,' t . , v. t, (XftOULATION TlllH WEEK. 3,500 immm? emmm OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 51. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, IS 14, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. flfw fllmmfoiit -iStinrrtft SSI JM ry .H. 1 JLL-i I B AMiK VA -B.1 AMIHyM'u JHLA B.' 1& HmO Bl JHk Mil , SmT. mkSS Ll . . Jw V B yw v v v v v kv w?--' wv v .'- C'r IV .-$ ' v 3- rx pi "THE ROLL of HONOR BANK" G-R-O-W-S Times have been a little close, but our bunk now lias about $80,000 or moroof Doposits thuu we had at iW time last year. It takes a live bank to grow in hard times. The only National Bank on the Honor Roll this side of Stanford. 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. Washington Letter ( Special, To The Auvocatb ) Washington, D. 0., Sept 20. '14 Congressman Kinkead, of New Jersey, is running for Sheriff. If he gets the nomination he will resign his seat in Congress. They oU'ured him the postmastership at ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

t 1 i. r Human Character Not Strengthened by Music Br ETHEL D. HOWARD Altai ud P Baton, Mm. with the voice of authority, whoso spirits have been deaf to it, can hardly believe that it has been a real force in the onward urge of men's lives. A third class of persons, small in proportion and conspicuous for n prejudice against the arts in general, rather than for a hospitable attitude toward them,- have a certain mistrust of music, except in a few of its more rigid forms. Against secular music, for example, they raise a barrier of disapproval as against an enemy of morality. Very seldom nowadays, of course, but very often of old, music which was not sacred was regarded either as idle or dangerous. Human progress is a difficult thing to measure. To trace any direct connection between it and the influence of music is not easy. Say that music has been the source of delight, inspiration, employment to millions of people. The case then is easily won for music if these things cover what wc ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

WlfflllfflPi ! T r,r ' '""! '' v .9 f-VT vw wpwy w..? i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 5 p A , UNDSUDEB SURE Voters Everywhere Turning to Republican Party. tti Return to Power It a Certainty, According to the Evidence That la Rapidly Piling Up Throughout the Country. Already tho Republican wave has assumed proportions that Justify the Impression that tho return of tho Re publican party to power Is ordained by prevailing political and business conditions. Tho registering of the rlfl of waters that promise to engulf tho Democrats Is found throughout tho Middle West In cloctlous that hare recently been hold. Tho theoretical propositions ndrerse to the Demo crats, tho testimony of business sta tistics, the sentiment of the business community are all supported by the Irrefutable testimony of the voter the man who holds tho destiny of party tics and tho overturning of am bitions In tho hollow of his hand. The various business bodies from the mid dlo West that hnvo sent representa tives to tho Whit...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

(m THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I l THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE rUBMSUKD KVKHY FRIDAY AT BAIIBOURVILLK.KENTUOKY W. 11. McDonald Kmtor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Eni.nd Hnf(inil.nt Matter February 1 18, 1KH t the Pontnfflee nt tttrbourTllN. Ky under Act of Ootigr( ol Msrcb, i, IS7V. ? One Dollar Per Year in Advance The orricldl Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. Another Breakdown We have to again offer an apology for being late last week. We have a gas sngine to pull oar presne and you can't tell nt what moment they are going to quit, and no one cuu readily tell why they quit but they do it just the same. We will soon have an electric motor, and then possibly our trouble will be lit an end. We are doing our best to get out on time, and hope in the future that we will uot have any trouble of this kiad agaiu and that we will get out on time. Joe Bosworth for Old Place News conies Iroiu Middlesboro that State Senator Joe P. Dosworth, at the instunce of many friend and supporters, will ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

v V Mfc ; .,. '- vx &3. ( 5?i ap.. , it :. .id 4, '-" ' .-?i - fc. .-C " n . ., - fc'- iK a t. . cjr . c t 0Jf3 r a EfcV-V. :v aw Et. 1 r 3 fc. U .V IB"-' l Vtl ksbTBL 't tw:k ran ; iir r lh MIL .. Ja.-. ' "vj'" M THE MOUNTAIN ABVOCATE' j3 -, , 1 , i BEAUTIFUL 3 i -r . -- ' Lands .-Jbaift4BJ.lIBk.Hk - : --- --.w i IP j and Lots - - - - -- mt' -- .- - - - - 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. 1 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. I also have two enormous stocks o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

xszm W k ; I tp. T'P fi K t wfEj TV i v.i WWI I n!irtsa .'; - tXWt i-" A.J SsC mass . i- " Slipping. 'There's bo slipping up bill srmla. Ad no standing ttlll when you're be rBB to slip down. Surely Jealous Mn. Speaking of the defendant In an assault case a witness said: "He ti a fe'Jtalous man. Ho Is Jealous of every. - body. Ho ivould bn.Jealous of a broom , standing In the comer." WANT ADS Add Thli to Your List of "Bulls." Mrs 0'Flanagnii-"Coni6 here, ye fc obstinate )oung Irish raskil, an' put .yer hat onl Shure, If ye hadn't cot w one ye'd always be wearln It, ye're that contralryr Australian Wood In Demand. Many varieties of Australian wood vare of such singular beauty and are Hso admirably fitted for cabinet making K that they are In great demand for that I purpoce i coin turn 10 wnaieoone. Curiously enough, the great whale- .bone whales have teeth before they are born; but, prior to birth, they are absorbed, and later the great rows of jvhalpbone, weighing several tons, take ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

BEE f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TELkPHONK NUMDER-U BAMlOimVlMiK, KENTUCKY $1.0Q -Por Yoar-$1.00 1 PERSONALS ) J. P. Owens of Grajs wa here on .ounneis luesuny. ft? . . ' m W I Cole wai a vmtor in rineville Sunday T J Payne of Artemus wai here attending court Monday J E Sharp of Perrnon, was in this city on business Wednesday. Don't forget the Picture Show at the Star every nights this week. The Star twinkles every night with four reels of pictures. Alex Stansberry, of Knox Fork, was here on business Wednesday. Born To Mrs. C. M. Kelton, Monday, the 21st, a fine boy. Dr. M. Pennington, of Dertha was here this week attending court. L. R Reams, of Wilton, was here on business this week. K. N. arvis nnu u. it uregory spent Sunday in Four Mile. anted One thousand subscrib ers for Tiie Advocate. fir Pimp T. lTi-nfli of Tandaav. fapcul Monday here on his way to Cincinnati. Representative John C. Lay of Corbin was here on business Tues day. G. E. Orebaugh, photograp...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

F- THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE BRITISH SOLDIERS THEY WON By GEORGE DRU. International Newt Service. Paris. Details given me by British soldiers enable mo to give the follow Ing account of the participation of tho British In tho grcnt battlo of tho Marno: Tho troops had marched since dawn through a country of fields and com fortablu farm houses. As the after noon wore on they could see tho foo had been driven ,back from positions recently held. On all sides began to appear stretches of charred wasto and broken, gaunt walls, relics of happy homes even a church on the edgo of a village given to the flames, and tomb stones trampled under foot. As the march wu lenuwed the tem per of the men exhibited a distinct change. There was uo more whistling, no moro light banter. Kach man's face was set and determined. As night drew near the rumbling of guns was audible In the distance. Then came a galloper on a foam-spattered horso bearing dispatches to the general Af ter delivering the dispatches he mo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

HHjgQ& THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE DUSANDS OF NAMES ON PLEA JVERNOR 18 PRE8ENTED WITH JETTER8 AND PAPER8 IN CASE . 3ERVED FOURTEEN YEARS. HOW SERVING LIFE TERM Clippings From Editorials Endorsing the Movement and Letter From Trial Judges In the List v - N (Special Krankfort Correspondence.) prankfort.' Ky. A petition for the rdon or Honry Youtsey, who has jqn Incarcerated In the Frankfort re Vmatory for over fourteen yoars, rvlne a llfo term for complicity in 1 murdor of William Gocbol, was (seated to Governor McCrcary. rhofpetltion, It was statod, contains i names of thousands of cltlzons and Jnty olllcora from all parts of tho Me -and membors of the last general pcmbly ttllpplngs from editorials endorsing h movement to secure his pardon, n for from tho lato Judgo James K. A'-rlll, who tried Youtsoy, to Gov- VjWir Ilockham recommending that It cjioncy was extended to nnyono it Olild ho Youtsey, and many other Ltors, accompanied the petition, the bole record filling a largo box. Judge...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1914

m I I f, THE MOUNTAIN AtiVOCJATE iiiHininTiimngnrrMWTr HP'''- v rW'' THE MOUNTAIN AtiVOCJATE v . y ' ' ' !' ''... ' ' l i hi ! ii i i ' ' - ' ....! i" ; M H H V H H H V H V jV B V V H VHb BYfl hYAYA BYA1 BYfl YAYJ YAYfl sYAYJ BYfl YAYJ YAYJ YAYJ YAYJ hYAI YAYa V YAYB YAYk ! ! A M m ! H m m B Mtf H H 1 H H 1 H H H 1 H m A H h H H H .H H H m H H H H 1 A H H H H 1 H H H H H H H H H LLLLLLL H H LLH iLH tH H H tLH H H H sLLm KH PIB AH B H JAB B P siH B ' One Price To All. If "Opportunity Knocks Once at Every Man's Door." It 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 for CASH to everyone, and when you receive your bundle and pass your good, honest dollars across the counter, you know that you are not paying the account of fellow who does not pay for the goods that he has bought on credit. tSuits, Sbtoes, Hats and Dress...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1914

11 l r, HBB . l-ij.- -ki . . 4 ivw Series Vol. Ill, No. 52. r-it"! w l OFFIQAL ORGAN tF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY '-l'--.- . BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. "THE ROLL of HONOR 5? mo M'. ibl kL. U-XI yi 1 Local Option elections were held Mnndar havo voted "drv " The icounties which voted "wet'1 are Fayette, Anderson and ages sold within its border?. Wo do not think we are fanatics on this question, but we believe G-K-0-W-S f k r h' Times havo been a little close, but our bank now has about 180,000 or mpro of Deposits than wo had at this timo lost year. It takes a live bank to grow in hard timos. The only National Bank on Hie Honor Roll v this side of Stanford. f ? . i ' 3fi Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National-Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. The good couunties of Ulaik and Bourbon, which aro nearest us, voted in favor of stamping out the liquor traffic. Out of a total of one hundred and twenty conntioH in the State of Ken tu...

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

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1914

tarn . ''. T. ; - - V &. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i fit , i , u ORDINANCE BE'lTORDAINEDby the nOARD , of Council of the City ol Barbour ville as follows: It aooearine to the Board of Council that it is necessary to hare ridewalks constructed and recon structed fronting and abutting the properties of C. S. Coyd and Mary Coyt, Tom Lambert, Bert Catron, J. P. Catron and L. D. Stanftll on School Street on the North side of sane and a sidewalk retonstructed on the South side of Knox street fronting and abutting the property of S. B. Dishman where Maggie 'Herndon now lives, therefore be it ordained by the Board of Council that C. S. Coyt and Mary Coyt, Tom Lambert, Bert Catron, J. F. Catron and L, D. Stanftll be and they and each of them are hereby' ordered and required to build and 1 jay siuewaiKB irpnung unu uuuiuhu his lot or lots on the North side of School Street for the distance his lot or lots abutt said School Street and S. B. Dishman as owner of said lot on Knox Street is ordere...

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

v i - a. : -f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATX & 3EJ5S I THE M6UNTAIN ADYOOATE PUBLISHED KVKKT FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLE.KKNTUORY W. H. McDonald Boron V. 0. McDonald, A&mo. Kdiioh Xnttrtd i Scond-C)i Matter Fobrutnr It. 1KH At th Poitoffle nt BarboarvUlo, Ex., undir Act of Ounutm of March 8. liT One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County. "With this, issue of the Advocate ends Vol. Ill, end it start next week on Arol. IV, with- bright prospects for another dear's pub lication with an increasing circa lation. - bj i A!oney can never hny contentment The world owes more to grit than genius. Holding out for three days more discovered America. "When jou go to kicking you are going to be kicked; for mott people will not tamely submit to kicking." Most everybody likes a little free purlin the home paper, hut how few ever think to acknowledge their ap preciation to thf editor. Hracock, of Brighton, la. The football coaches will soon be gin work at the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1914

v.- . EBfeMOUNf Alff ADVOCATE k MM-' i-Zi'MUBiPRKCICi mjmDIlIV- -14 wtrnvoLK. kkntuokx S2- lf:00--Por Yoar $1.00 -j 1 PERSONALS iWSFrLee, of Himyar, was here Monday, . , iV;?R. Marsee, of Arttmus, was HefeVPridar. aRL? Wheeler, of Elys, was in this :mAlonday. fiBenllfuU, of Artemus, was here on utioess ruonuay. J-.? ...-. . ..... tCTB; Burchheld, of Wilton, was ITtpwnVrhursday. RrP, Gregory, of Lancaster, vis. diourctty Thursday. iRTB. Trosper, of Wheeler, was" in v-" iwn on uusiness rriuny. tTS..Fitzgernld, of Mtddlesbpro, ilinithi9 city Friday. '- I.Jfc Slusher, of Flat Lick, was re on business Monday. tt?R- Wheeler and wife, of Ely, Jre here shopping Friday. E. -Rankin, of Harrodiburg, ra here pn business last week. &V.V. Cole was down from Ben- fm Sunday, the guest of his family l"r. G. W. Bnnton, of Covington, 'here in the interest of Union Col ic today. fa. Chas D. Cole of Benhatn, was guest of relatives in this city the for the week. .P- . . .. . gery larmer in Knox count...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1914

TMK MOUNTAIN .ADVOCATE . i$ -v W ' , . iT. .X KY. FARMERS INSTITUTE DATES COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE ANNOUNCES ARRANGEMENT FOR COMING MEETINGS. IS DIVIDED INTO DISTRICTS Will Be Known at Eastern, Western and Central Dvlilon Insti tute Lecturer. Western Newspaper Union Nws StrvU. -Frankfort, Ky. J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, an nounced that for holding the county farmers' Institutes the state bat been divided Into three divisions to be known tis thu eastern, western and central divisions The Institute lecturers for the east ern division will be W. H. Clayton, dlrectur; J. T. Adair 'on poultry, Miss Mary Sweeney, domestic science. For tho webtern division J. E. Hit, direct or; J 11 Carmody on fruit, M. O. Hughes on live stock and soils, Miss Nancy lllalr llarr on domestic science and W. II Anderson on soils. C. L. Clayton will bo director of the central forces; It A. Ogg will lecture on soils, Airs. 11. A. Ogg on domestic science, 11. W. Rickey on poultry and H. S, Dougl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1914

IREAT NEED OF SYSTEMATIC WORK 6? ERADICATE PREVENTABLE DISEASE IN KENTUCKY HELP MfAUfittn oai a oi rB uiiDoeJ V'ORB .FUNDS ARE NEEDED atv V t'orty Cases of Tuberculoid and Twen- ty Catti of Trachoma Found I In On County. Veittrn Newipaptr Union Nwi Btrvlci. Lawrenceburg, Ky. The Pierian '31ub, ef Lawrenceburg, resolved .to mil the customary banquet In honor if the Incoming president, Mrs. Mary E. Dowllng, and to devote the money rdlnarlly spent for this purpose to lid I tiff the visiting nurse work being lone In the county. Miss Emma Hunt, a nurse represent ng the Tuberculosis Commission, has rtslted every school In Anderson coun y. Altogether she has found forty tases of consumption and more than wenty cases of trachoma. The revel tlon of these cages has shown to the eople of Anderson county the great .eed of' a systematic effort to eradicate ireventablo disease. The Woman's Jlub Is prepared to contribute $200 for he hiring of a permanent visiting lurse for the county. The fiscal c...

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