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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 May 1915

E2aj2ir'EBM ',' Put, TT 1 ! THE MOUNTAIN m ADVOCATE I'i.'tv ,-tl-W f T! 4 SI wmWWimwwiuHTWw TEDDERS ?. i ...i e T.,t.t.i'j Imvn A. large cruwu ui '" ' '"and gira attended church at New x Bethel Suhday. Mrs. J. C. Lewis of this place was the truest of Mrs. G. F. Wea ver of Crane Creek Sunday. John Gregory viaitad home folks on While Branch Saturday. Meura.II. B. Gilbert and Grant Helton of Crane Neat were in our burg Sunday. Miss Sibvl Lewis ran a crochet , ,needlo through her hand the firat "dfthe week which is giving aj EJ Vlittl.i tvnuliln -IllblV UUMk'IVI Willie Gilbert and Miss Clara E' Helton of Crane Ne9t were mar- gried at the home 'of the orme Saturdav evening, we wish for K' :.. i;. sinem success " Hiddle Fork Two Sweet William's A Concert by Ft cnch Prisoner of War You go to a long huiliing. much I IIow Cable is Made and Luid A submarine telegraph CRIc is like the baccacks. but tare of an v morel-v a wn""e completely iso- fumiture within. Tl e jriay. llltwl tov its whole l...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 May 1915

SiSSSH LSIKlHM ?"- iVlMi'Y' 'Jf5 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE' Jr i..A nw9 w'i n&t-mmr rm n "S 1 -i v S t- i PiWXaGR4PHS I will be located in the room formerly occupied by the Little Stfop, Hotel Building, for two days, Friday and Saturday May 14th, and 15th. I wilt be pre pared to make all kinds' of photographs from the cheapest o best. Prepare yourself to have your photographs made at this time. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ll-TI'LEPHONR NUMBER-lt llIlllOU1lVTM.R. KENtTTOirV j&I.OO Por Yeor--$UOO r PERSONALS Dan Roberson, 'of Bailey's Switch, was hcie on business Monday. Newt McReynolds, of the Cartel- Coal Co., Warren, was here Monday attending court. "' Mr. Seeley, representing the Carter Dry Goods Co. was seeing our merchants Monday and Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hudson have with them a new-printer's devil, he came to them Mondav night, 9 o'clock weighing 9 lbs. there t'ote belonging to the heavy weight class of printers. "We have not yet learned his name, but understand that he is...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 May 1915

;-'V JMmm.tOBf T w r.i rip C5BH S'.1 .;-,- s K- -----1 l H?1r kvN V Mr ?.' V' ik. . s vyr,, pCOUNTY COlKpSPONDENCr hjfcH.J I i . inli 1 Oirdler Items - .'.. . I S. A'. Jones, MOUBCer OX Ul liyIartin a brother to High Ptiri' died at Middlesboro and Sfought here for burial Tunday. Success to the Advocate. CRANE NEST. t Simon I m- Locust Gt'OVe baSttball ie-iin W bralo Uuri tc growltiR ,ri..i vm-n ;yea,.H nu,()i a,ul ,VP;ia Clr'VOlf.ll fttiwill liuwu - try ngilo tret up a box supper m ,itllrc life tuuu bewu in -...my i ;, ' ' " , ' . , ..?;. . , - ' n Di,lv' exu'l'1 P& ordered rai-o. n-01107 to e0P0lt Pe fc, lot, ladles. Ircyuut M! ;,f ," r US3 13 1W t.MMnl h4i:i. ii.lttv 6:43 a in ty oraertoraiae mono, 10 buoyon cd Uck 0 ambltion. I.? k;iea ;i husband, one sop. -s .,, ,, it, lhie' j.8o a m y thleam. For nil mm chiM.cn uy with j.-n- iluiighter aiul lir.il o'.; N,, .t uih't ,llK. a.C3 .,, I -: yShln theWVv Burnett build- Kr-rMbiS: ! fVSX Jf ViurJ iii- I-;'';-' -fu" -''" ,iiu,: Willi...

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 May 1915

iv yvT i.f & :--' : tiff vittar- tt'tf- ujp- . OFFICIAL: OKGAT4 OF THE REPUBLICAN 1 Ul LL4.. ..-. i5 I Y IN KNOX COUNTY . New Series: Vol. IV, No. 3P ? O'BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, WAY 14, 1915, Old Series: Vol V7IJ, No. 34 ! Jir Ai.- 'if; M IIOIJSION, Pkm. THE ROLL OF HONOR BANK It requires Safe and Successful management lo put a bank on the HONOR ROt L The surplus protit fund must be equal to or greater than the Capital. Our Surplus Profit Fund in Ca $30,000,00- . Resources of Stockholders more tnan $1,500,000.00- Open an Account With First National Bar Barbourville, REPORT OF GRAND JURY KNOX CIRCUIT COURT April Term, 1915. To the Hon. F. D. Sampson, "Judge of the Knox Circuit v Court :- We' the undersigned -Grand 'Jurors empaneled for this term of ,'the Court beg leave to submit the -following report: ' ' Xfr. Iw.a.n v.twls ,1 .VlA111h 1 .1 -. lie nuc uiuui: a uiuiuuuu in vestigation of all violations of the penal, and criminal law, in flicting sueh persons as we felt, S'uhde...

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 May 1915

nrPiTMiif ', v-rr-" THI MOUNTAIN ADVOCATB 'illt, MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE TTVur" tlmt Chnmp Clark hnd it 1 u ri. ..her. lie a il, r.pr;'dn t . nomination in 10t0, that Vul 9o cmM have it if ho wantod it 1- t 't l.e tiJn't v.i.nt it. i.oxdj c', .i ''.d. Qiiil OF SHEBAS IT PUSH KD LVhhV FHIDA7 AT Aliltul U II LL, KENTUCKY of Mil titi' ! n R hi U nil f' tlio Jiepiibllcnn nor.iiiiitl i M.i' Trennurer Mil J it l.nlie noil u tlm l'tlniM; t be Infl.l Ah;. m,' IIONDS SEIZED ..THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORE1SN ADVERTISING BY THE Ml I GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES '! U A .l.l Met ( NMD. i Mit'i'il i !".vnt.i1 ii SKiiCit Kcl.riinrl mil ot th l'.tiin.-e nc HiittntlMlll, r -iii'iir Act uli'oriiJremof Mntcli S, l7it. Ono Dollar iVr Year in-Advance I he Ollkl.il Oman or thccpubllcun Party In Knox County. -Tftt-- 'TiSw? V. TJ ASM Pi imr.r election Auuot. 7th, 1915. We nr ntii:.i.r: il n ni:nvu:ii'' W. II. McDonald rb a cinilMnte fur the office of C1t.. ui il." ...

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 May 1915

,. . 'A--- ..s3Cjar.Bwyi-t:. Thjc mountain advocate 'OISON OF SNAKE" USED AS MEDICINE a .j2 DISCOVERY WA3 THE RE8ULT OJJ AN ACCIDENT 4jjo Inject New Drug In Blood of PatltnU Its Use Oppoicd By Soma. Physician -'A The venom of rattlesnakes and vip er runl i ho poslsun of bees have for n.-vornl years been used as medicine. Tim nn-Jkliii- made from rattlesnake veimm 1.1 called irotaltn. According to the doUura who employ It It Is ei j.oi Inlly useful In the treatment of I'ril'pfy, but Is also of value In treat Ins iiMhtnn, neuralgia, neuritis, ner vous oxlinustlon, sciatica and pleurisy. Administering It la merely combating one poison v, 1th another. Crotalln has Uio sprtifie effect of reducing the co agulation or clottiiiG of the blood, Tho nioutli of a rattlesnake Is fitted with two long, sharp far.M that work backward and forward on hinges. 'When its inoiith Is closed these fangs r.re tinned back and point down the miuk-as tlnoat. When It opens Its mouth the points of the fanes move...

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 May 1915

V?1: T TSx; f JK ' f ' T, .. , & K Ww '. . ' , " w p WOMEN TO trttM i New Organhullon Sctkt Opportunity of Unuiaul Kind for the Idlt. New York. Presiding over grocery stores, umuaglog butcher (hops, de signing apartment houses and vtrloul other occupations ot an unusual na ture are among tluio which the newly orsantied body of women which at l.rtxcut call Itaelf the Comiulttte to; the Vrcuiotlca of Buslnen Opportunh tlti for Women, delre to open to per ton ot 1U tex. The committee, which number rmong Us member many Women prominent In the business and protea elor.al tvorld, Is still too young to haT ileeUed en a permanent name. In the meantime the members r v.crhing assiduously to prepare a list ot new occupation and remuneratUt to vtcineu. "V.'o would like to get as many out door occupation as possible," explain ed Mrs. Uobert Adauison, one of the charter members. "There Is landscape gardening, for example. That would U splendid work and in the fresh air. And It would bo oue of ...

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 May 1915

w ."' - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r- JCOOPER TELLS WHY TANLAC IS POPULAR 5 wee? Potato! UNIVERSAL "FORD"' NOTICE -w . ,. ..v. , W BBff' T . MMMWmmaa ' ' 4 Vi I am representing The Dr. Berry Co, cf Chicago. And would convince you thru come of our Rarbourvillc people who are using thesese prcpar alien . that m, IORVS KREMOLAAN'PfRrCKH. OIMIMIM will remove all discoloraticns from the skin and ftivc a perfect complexion. KREMQLA will also cure the very worst cases of Eczctna. Phone me to-day and let nic give you references, I am sure I can obtain your order. Phone 22, Mrs.W.VanDeren. iw n ni i ! Ready! Because the PrepiiraJicit Contains Real Merit, He Says in Statement p..ci?i i'otalo Wips "Ifl have been surrfui w 'i W : " Ready 2.rc pt-ir 7 U 0. Tanlnc." auyj L. T. Ovmwv. "it $2.0 per 1 000. Large is because the pieparalion c i- lot.; a specialty. Tonrfcio tains real imrit. ?.vls 20c fJi i c!:2. cJOc muiuc is me rvsiiu 01 nsr.v years of arduous iitudv by rry per 00. Pi'iiper I:ol ox- its u...

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 May 1915

miffi..i :,tw "T"- ' fjr T'pOTTT'rlMi'W !r 7 rv tiife Mountain abvucat t f COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE l HAVE YOU BEEN SIGH I rj.. i - i " " you realize the uttet u DEATH L. & N. Time Table NORTH BOUND No. 12 Dally except iHinilny 1:52 p m No. 22 Daily, due. 10.U b m No. 21 Dnilv, dut 11:44 p m SOUTH BOUND No. 11 D.filv, exitpt Sundav G:43 a m ffr9)6sstonat Cards. vri b you realise the uttet u , . . . ia . , . u , .. iw Seal: News ' r 1$ ambition, dcMKs v ','"" ,, ' 7 , ,,?:,..' j;id nirdics votk a burden. .--I'tuey Hubbaid, and called their lorcMo'rctliatMrciiBlliftiulMim X' - iuln, little NatUlie home t3 rest. wSffli'W-lir .v - N,nnie was the moat pleasing cmic its trciigt!i.MiKtainintf nojific aa I loautiful children in the mnt JinlKorutes Hie Mo.nl to !ist.'b. . , , , , . . ,, cinrjo-tiiri)UKboutiiictw.!hiicit!.inr'c cmtr. alio was loved by all vfclltf (.lurnrnc On. ntmr.i.i mill r itor. . I. ........ 1.A.. ....1 lrv.. nrln1 m (My Itougli-ilJei) Success to ths Advocate, flurrah to...

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 May 1915

r t '"1 .; . 'Jf. iwn" . , iaz? r ! "1 , & m-' khj IflPIIIlilllli iiiiPPwft . OFriClAI.'OROAN OP THE RKPUPI ! AV lATY IN KNOX I.OUNTY' New Scries: Vol. IV, ISJo. Ill BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 11; 15, Old Sc ries: Vol VIII. No. 34 3 JBfyiiimiM-,TT.iu - i j-.t-.-,-, w.. (isECD3KIICrwrB 0K 1 M Cj jra oncJXJgeucaaLV-Sn- tife:TCT3trmrawiaTaOTEvsgnawiwK3tev EOS 'Official Call for Republican Stat r,a, -' ESpSBlJ pj iQSfl osaig 112 Where are YOU Oping-? TO THE First Na-tionai Bank, The Designated Depository; for the Improved Order of Redrtten They Say it if. a Perfectly Safe Baoli, .' vent ion !J I fii - . l. I I . ' I T Office of Ihe Republican Stale Central Committee M '.........'. ........ ... if) ' -.- ..t. -". I - l.ouir.vii!. M, I'obruary 12, lJTjo. v To th'o lJicpubHcjin. lili'ctors ol Kentuck) : ; Jj The' Republican. State Central CoinntiU' of Kmluekv hereby & di'veth'that a Sitejjfjon von lion of (l?!ff..'.'l representatives of Ihc (J) .Republican' Party in Kentuck...

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 May 1915

illh MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I'l'IIMMIhT) LVM.Y TRIDAr AT MMtKOl tlVII.1.E.KKN"rUCKT THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES i r ' U il. Mi IJu.-ULU . r.lilnit h,- Mi (li'MLl). AssjiH' EtllTnR K' riii.tut uv',ii.i ini. Matter Fciiruno , .i'i ii in- I'. t'i!n' it niriHiitrtlllp " l luiiiT Avt ui I'olUirtf ut M ircli 1. i!v iini' Dollar Per War in Advanct in OlllcUl OrUfti ut Ihc Kcpuirilcin Porlv in t'.nox lountv. sserwa? 2WVJLW -.".! -CK?Xi ffrivS;wsd ii"?ci?it; E5ept!biicaii Ticket Primary Election Au&iiGt 7th, 1915. Wt nlo 'lutl.'irizeii t" nt.li'-uiive W. H. McDonald ii n finilUlnte for tha ofP.ce ol C.crk ut iht IIn . Cir.'nit Court. tul Juot tn tho aottun ot the Itopubll- ;hm Party ut the Prlmnry to be held tfnturilny. AiiUt Tth 1915. ViV are nutliorized to nnnounce W. F. Parker is n. oainluliitt for the otlW'e ol State Itcf ttn. t'ltivu lriin thafith I.eiU lithe I)itrict utirvt to the m-tlon ...

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 May 1915

. V THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f- K THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE H-TEnEPHONE NUMBER-H H.VnnOUItVILLE, KENTUCKY Sl.o--Por Year-$1.00 PERSONALS Mmlin for fresh melts. W. II. McDonald was in Wil- liainsburg Wednesday. J. I?. Jones was in Williams burg for a while Wednesday. Send your Kodak Films to Lay & Murset, Corbin, Ky. 10-t. Let me sell you some fresh meat. Martin, Court House square. Mrs. A. M. Decker left Thurs day for Knoxville to visit her daughter, Mrs. Stuksbury. Miss Click, who has been nurs ing a patient at Artemus for the last five weeks, has returned. Miss Emma Morris, of Straight Creek, spent Saturday and Sun day with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Lay. Why not give a new man a "look in" for some of your meat business? Martin. 'Phone 198. If you have any job work bring it to the Advocate. We beat any price any where and will do it and do it right. We have it that some real campaigning will be done in this county right at once. Watch out ior the announcements. Cole Hughes & Co. are ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 May 1915

aerzMKKKiS .' V w-.-...;M --,-. f COUNTYCORRESPONDRrjCir' ar.'ert Special Corresoondence. Roy J. Hotel spent Sunday in ur.rnciir.-i.le. .W.W.insrfhftsieturned - f.int Louisvill M and Mr-. Chas. ran-y e Trover spent SiiiuUa here. ir r t).....wV.rfc o. ...l,. .i. rnuiiyr leil. rjunuu., iw. Cincinnatl'Eo meet Mm. Riiieyj and ohiWivn wh. have bean visi- tiiydfomefolks in Wab-wh. Inl . ,or thf p.ist mouth. l,-v.ronoo Kuhn went o'.vr to GathlV Mjnday whare ho will di so ne spesial onsineetinp work for John A. Black of B'irbourvillo. Gordon Iaaa.M has been on the sick list for several days. SOME FISH Last woe's. M. L. Cow.ui. R. E MidCluirleaJohnsonspenta few dayi filing over on p jpular ana its no fisherman a arn when, they returned sainr they had caaght awnaie ' lor uiey nau the oods. One cat fish in ths bunch that measured lorty two inches weighing tmrt se'.en and one half pounds. OPENING UP NEW TIMBER The Asher Lumber Co. of Pineville under the superuision of Geo. W. Hingstof Cincinnat...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 May 1915

OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THH REPUBLICAN PAPTY IN KNOX COUNTY sotetz New Series: wr JL No. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915, rilSi Old Scries: .Vol VIII, No. 34 JM ir . ' 'T i ' mt&Hm&&&mmmswgfm '1' !- t. ' HMHMtaHHrtHnuBjHMM if aj HEY! Where are YOU Going? Lb U S I 3 D i.-r r fi. t? f- Jmk Hh? mk TO THE First Notional Bank, '"i"' iimiwiiii'iiiiiiiipiiiMiiiwi i i ii Mmimin i i The Designated Depository for the Improved Order of Red men Of KZerLta.clc3r; They Say it is a Perfectly Safe Bank, And That it is Now One of the HONOR ROLL BANKS Ira. CentijLOlszy. You Had Better Let Them Keep Your Wampum For You. They Pay Interest on Time Deposits Well Here Goes I J h First National Believe What You VVfSVBHMa MASONIC MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY At the First M. E. Church :- May 30, 10:45 a. m. The Masonic Memorial Services .rf-wiii no iieiu ac me rirsi iu. Ci. I Church next Sunday, May 30th at 10:45 a. m. Rev. B. F. Chat man, of Middlesboro, will deliver v tne aauress. ine uiemuei...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 May 1915

zi!jmN"irr.m vim Wo mi I Otli liz il lo (V cruu-o Hon. James Price ,f Pti In hi n oniill nt for b aT7kJllY7STlilL I HE HO'JMMB ABW-itfr 'ST. ; u . uninirjiii RX?T?f: t'.o '- "i -r - t-y --- t -w- - 'J II i ilillo in noiiil m 'in ft 1 5 . 1 1 1 - HAi.'Hot'nv'M. 'cr r THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOSEtcri ADVERTISING DY THE cii'ii'l.-B i ' ll H lib 'U ! In ' I ul.JiTt to tli" Piii-Miy i o !' 1 I'nUl iV J l ii 'S " 1,,- jSti ' me ni'li r t in n. a. i: tK ,nlriiiimi ill,rWW I i m i ..... TJ NoverWarp.Crack.Rot.Curl or Burn- Lj. Liho Wood Shjn$QS k r.,WiW'TWLW"-H ' IVIsunW 1fc&l i I i . I - " GENERAL orFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 1 1. Mcl).si p ('. Mflioxu.o. Kill ! H CVI.-I'I I in nt Hi HiwIoH' ' ' l ii tier ct oII'iiii'"- I l IK' 'i-iri ill" til. ?' II' f Oiio Dollar I'er Year in A-lvaiirf I lie OtIKUl Oran nt Jlie HtnimHYcn Ptirlv In nnox Couniv. THE OUTCAST NATION To all human beings of normal mentality il must have seemed tlv the destrjetbn of t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 May 1915

1- - fkkr MOIIMTATM ADVOCATI "H imlmjmmim HimnNninn ! a " L ' ' ... .i ii i ZfJjjM MEASURES LIGHT- BY NEW SYSTEM f lis'.ecraplicr. Advance! Scheme Now CIssusscJ by Teachers of Ph.yslee Vlirouoliout U. S. ' ' - I "ACTINO" 13 MADE THE UNIT, . t Valuable In Photography for Determin ing Actlnlclty Under Certain . Conditions. ' I.'e.v York. A system to simplify the measuring of lleht and to establish n milt of measurement has been de vitttl by P. -M. Steadman, a photog r.iuh'.r, which ban attracted the atten lion of teachers of physics throughout fie rountry. Although the Byatem was devised by Mr. Kteaduian for use In lno photography and Is not as yet well l.nuv.'n, thosq who have heard It dls uistcj and explained believe In its l:icr!H. At a recent lecture before the Cam era Club, Mr Steadman told of the uses to which the theory could be put end allowed the value of, measuring light In taking photographs where much attention Is devoted to light and r'.adow effects: Briefly, tho theory o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 May 1915

rasm F TH MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE "" ARKANSAS GIVET BEST WHETSTONE x!H Novaeullte Found Near Hot Spring Equals Abrasives lmport4 i from Turkey. ...vwiSSs ? ' VF', INDIANA STONE MUCH COARSER Mica Schlrt Reek from New Hamp shire and Vermont Keep Scythes Sharp. Washington, I) C Net many people rfHiii)' that lliero lj a iecUl sort of whetstone fur nearly every purpose, The proper aharpenlng stones or ab nulves for use lit various professions nnd t ratios mul In household work are exhibited In the division of mineral teclinolotrr In the older building of the I nlteil States .N'ntlonal Museum nt WiiKliIiiRtoti, 1) C The exhibit ahown npei linens of the crude aud imi Unity prepared atones and the fin ished product re.idy for use, a well na a nerles of photogrophs xihtch Illus trate the operations of mining and pre pailng them l'ri)lall the flrt stone used for abrasive purposes was sandstone, a very widely distributed rock, and It Is still need today. Its coarse grit and even grain first attracte...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 May 1915

V THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r ' '1 J I J: iw- t 'i vh nS1 Mi r vtr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE u-riu.KHiovrc N(tmhku-u II lllllOUHVIM.il, ICnNTCCKT $1.00--Por Y(nr S1.00 Pcoplo Ask U9V w. Whnt fo tlio best laxative? Yan of cupcricnco in felling oil kinds lexisus 1o always recommend J" "" us llio Mfest, surest nnd most eatMoo lory. Sold ouly by ua, 10 cent?, J Mfitxton Un.o Co, I no. Imnmtf y an PERSONALS Uncle Logan Ktinyon, of this city & veiy poorly .it this date. Good pictures at Star Theatre eveiy night-Go see them. J. Jl. Jones of this city is in Ashville N. C. to see his son Willie, who is sick at present. Mrs. John V. Root Jr., of Cor bin is the guest of Mrs. J. D. Tuggle this week. Miss Mollie Johnson spent the week end with Mrs. Jesse D. Tuggle. Come in and pay your sub scription and watch us smile. Miss Bertha Lane left Monuay for her home in Knoxville Tenn. where she expects to spend the summer. E. E. Sawyers of this city who has been away for some time on business, returned ho...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 May 1915

.ll' Umvnt HnSEm p?w wv' TiT 9SS M ADVOCATt Ml! -- BhEH "" l It Paints "ve axs eyd.d.ing' to ccir steels: TJhe famous GREEN SEAL PAINTS AND VARNISHES Green Seal Paints have been favorably known in Barbourville for years, as a FirstCIass High Quality Paint. The formulas appear on every can of every color, The manufacturer has con fidence in this formula, and guarantees the Quality of every can. You will find our Paint Department complete and prices the Lowest. Let Us Take Care of Your Wants in This Line Cole,Hughes&Co COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE Scalf News i By Roup i-rliUT) There has been a great deal of damage dene to f rmjrs by wine storms and washoats in this sec tion this week. Judge H amnions has been dam aged by landslides over his nic meddow lands. Woodson Jordan, Soil Scalf and wife were the guest of John Mills Sunday. Aunt Luisu Hubbard of Flat Lick is isiting her daughter Mealie Mills this week. Chester Mills cams ho n? from Barbourvilh Sunday. Peter Gray and wife, Mealie Mi...

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 June 1915

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