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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1906

7 7 OOOO OOOO < XXH > OOOO OOOO OOOO OO Z I CORRESPONDENCE I I 800000 OOOO OOOO OOOOOOOOO s oooooooeoooGoooooGalleys i j < Galleys Switch i MrSJv R liiiilcy and daughter Cleatici were guests of Mrs H S A lVosper last Thursday < > Gill Dizey of Grays was at this fiT > place Sunday attending meeting i < Gnrrctt Taylor and Albert Bing iit him of Ferndalc Bell county were i 4 visiting relatives at this place last p J Friday and Saturday 1 ii James find flatvv Inrtiof Iine 4 ylIle were guests of their 1nntlueri e Mrs Katherine Kinder lust Smuhn i 3 1 Vo have had another line protract rccl meeting at this place held Ly L Revs Joe E and Frank Payne of f Iineville It was the finest revival rciult I conversions and thirteen joiners We all welcome them bach again I Mrs Lizzie and 1 aura Dozier were guests ol Mrs S U Lawson last Monday Thomas Dizney was home Satur day from Corbin to visit homefolks Everybody ought to subscribe for the Mountain Advocate the best paper in th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1906

ii 9Iln c9 r ii tvy 1y tc 1 iij f p k r c r Y < NTAIN r t1 1DVOtATh 7V IO JJ t vo T H N 0 U jFf t 4 L t IJ i p < r r it iitrj 1l u5coGlut Jnss tl1ttor rrMIU l ohulIrv 10th IOU lit the 104 to1icct1Ja lourv1llc Knox CountY Ky underAct or Oongres8 of Marsh 8rd18iU j4 f MOTTO LIVK FOil Ouit VntiNUr Abo TUB UHKATKRT AMOUNT otfUonu Wn tf TO rUE L AUGUST NIJWIICU or IKOPLK ir 4 = J Terms tI Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY EFBRUARY 9 1906 Second Year Vol 2 No 52 e 1 i y fIR T ANNUAL + 3 r II Stafe Farmers Institute to be v > Heiid i of f frankfort rebru on 27 to March I will be Given in the interest of fie at ftI > Eg tuckys Development Along I Agricultural Lines v Y r n 1ha llrst annual meeting of th State Farmers Institute will Le held in Frankfort beginning on Fohriuiry 27 and continuing fa three days rfhe meeting will be under Hlo iiiispices of the State Departmon t I uf Agriculture Labor and Sta tf tics and each county is ex p tec1 to be represented jTlio o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1906

f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t Publisht Irtry Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I I f Entered II 4CluIXattor February 19th lOOi tho Postoffloc at liorbourvillo KyI t > 10UDdel ActofConjrreMotjM rch8rdl87 f I f D WILL CLARK EDITOR INo PUBLISHER Subscription Rate 100 per yenr in advance to Everybody r t Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask them for number youhave have The Camp Ground Telephone service mnt The Official Organ of the Republican Party lit BOX County T J TTAf Only Jawapapor iPutaAeit in Knox County 3 3u 1A WORTHY REPRESENTATIVE i 4The The Louisville Herald cf last Tues r day contained the following notice concerning our Representative in the lower House of the General Assem bly I IOne of Kentuckys best represen tatives in the General Assembly now fin session is the Hon Richard S Rose of the Sixtyninth legislative dis trict comprising Knox and Whitley counties These counties are fortu + i hate in having > wtch a le...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1906

11 1 HI I 0 1M Jfr1t L PAR K R i entstir ir < fiJj Tiret National 5ank OaMtk S JCCf Phones s I Chce 116 4 4f EF6tLbWlNG REDUCED RATES + rt ResldimceOO JA JA JA + fihbs Gold lqnubry11 From 150 Tolp t 00Amalgnm jCements 25Cements Cements < 50It 25rr f rr Guttn Perchaa rt > k tJ 501 25 25Porcelain Porcelain InIRy8i t 1 2001 150 II Gold Inlays 1 1111 VMfS II 200H fb0 50Bridge S i C1 t f 4 Posterior II 5001 300 11 t t Dunims r j 600ce 400 400Crp L II I ItRuhmond Anterior GOO ce 800 t ce If 11Postel or700I gb w z ri tx i + 5 iL 500 500Plate h 2 pO Plate Work Rubber lHH 11111111 1000It 300 Gold Rubber attachment 11116000 IInOoQ C It 3500II I 3500t imnclMnMiuL3000Extracting + 1500 1500ExtrRcting Guarantee good materials and to give satisfaction I s Examitions FREE vlt Positively I do all of tho worknone is sent tof any Lab J i oratory to be made ri u 1 err I flJ a 1 F1e Needs Money In order to raise CASH and reduce ny immense stock of goods before invoicing I will for n few days se...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1906

Jj l Cheap Colonist RateS I February 6th and 20th 1906 the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY rte t IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTES from St Louis add emphis will 1m vein effect unusually i < low one > way t second t Wclass Coldnik rated to certain pointsr f in Missouri Arlinnsns Oklahoma and Indian Territories Lousiana Texas Kansas Nebraska Eastern < Colorado Wyoming and New Mex l ico On same dates flomeseekcrs 0 round trip rates will apply to same points tickets limited 21 days with liberal stopover privileges going and returning Fordescriptive literature > maps folders etc of the West and i Southwest consult nearest ticket I i agent or address R T G Matthews 1 T P A Mo Pac Rv 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky rNl NC > Y SCHEDULE I Middlesboro Ky Dee 14 1905 j To all Agents and Others Concerned On account of the increased pas senger travel between Middlesboro ind fellico and intermediate points I and the dm for C1dclitionalsen demand sere I I ice it haaBeen decided to put on a I ilaily train...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1908

I w FL MOUNTAIN < w ADVOCATk 1 > AI Entered Us BccondClnss Matter Frldny Neb t r irv loth inol at the ostoinno nfe Ilurbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 MOTTO Ltvr PPII OUH KHIKWDS Do TIIK OKKAXKAT AMOUNT or GOOD WB OAK TO TIIK IJAIUIKST NuwnEu or IeoPIpS r F + t1 r < T ar invVdvarice BARBOORVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 3 1908 Fourth Year Vol 4 No q I iU l t rs tP liNfRS iff < 7J1 Tikst Growing In Strength < l t Not Taft Then BryanSoys tthe Post SC f V B Dr Bruner Secretaryof Stale Elect for Kentucky made a big Jut at the Indiana Repuclican ova feast The CourierJournal J say of him vl < Though yesterdays love feast jjjjof Republicans was for Indianians only ostensibly at least one put sider broke in and the lave feasters jVwere glad that he didafter they heard him He was called to the platform by Senator Albert J Bev eridge presiding officer and intro S iduccd as Dr Ben Bruner the baby j politician of Kentucky who was erected Secreta...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1908

i FOUNTAIN ADVOCATE iV y Friday at Barbourville Kentucky It aL Nee educe Matter February filth 1004 at tho Postofllce at rvtllo KfwV f18undor Act of Con ress of March 3rd 1871 L CLARK EDITOR iND PUBLISHER OHNFRANCIS COFFEY I ASSOCIATE EDITOR i 4 fftt f Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance tp Everybody i j1 lfi Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this ofceby ph mo Ring up Central Pond ask them for number 14 t F you will then bo connected direct with this office If you have Tho Camp Ground Telephone service The Official Organ of the Reublican Party In Knox Connty r he Mountain People b Lexington Lo a d e is fgetown correspondent has tell Albert Holton formerly of laflan but now of Knox county iheman in whoso possession was found tho much talked of Marlin iile with which Goebel is alleg dto have beei shot was the ext witness Helton is a young mioothfaced man and above jhe average intelligence of the mountaineer Surprised no doubt was the Leaders correspondent an ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1908

4 r 1 r 4s > if 4 It Jliii r M I 7 Tugglecuiitinues 1 > Barncr visited in Wil as tveckl 7 lark mada business p tSq1iin fast Friday MrXG A Doan is quite ill with 4p attack of pneumonia fever J Par t Svas here this week on business t Charles C Byrley was down last I iuewiittjr r > from Hujel attending court tJhon1as B Siler of LaFollctte F Teltn was in town on business last t Tuesday r < Ralph Tuggle came down from r Pineville to spend Christmas with bomefolks iii v W S Hudson of Th Peoples ijfNews made a business trip to Louis tilIe last week > JUde II C Faulkner attended the meeting of Circuit Judges in Louisville this week y r Mr William Archer of Williams Burg was a last Sunday visitor here dIe guest of Miss Nora Burner i Mr George Wilson was called f home from Boston Mass last week tyby the death of his mother Mrs T t fJ S Wilson s1VilsonAndrew > j fj Andrew Decker has returned to f St Marys to resume his studies af Iftcr spending several days here with vhbmefol...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1908

4 I at iIo Wro i9r E cIRtLE COLUMN RcwrlesA CoIY1R Ddkakd to Tke4 M JMn a Home Circle at Evening TtdeCrude 1lMKtchta 0Pft I t t t j HOMESTEAD I Aket rt that dear old place > Unclitiu t11fOUgh all these years How like some sweet familiar face i Myvlchjiauoods home appears 1v Tli old trees beside the door t Still spread their branches wide Thc river wanders as bfyore Y With sweetly murmuring tide The distant hills look green and gray v rh flowers are blooming wild And everything looks glad today tAs when I was a childl J > CIIIUSTMAS REVERIES > f Ring out sweet chimes Ring clear and loud Peal forth sweet Chris > mas bells Tell us the old old story again Glory to God and goqi will toward men Fill all the land a with your melody sweet and let Heaven come nearer to earth on this Y good Christmas time Is there a < heart not in unison with your mt sic at this happy Christmas time The stars glitter and the earth is glorified and the lights throw long bright rays on the snowy ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1908

i = = T u f r it tJr i t 1OULPflAIN fil p I c 1 1 > t > > iX41 M J j < 1 t 1 f 1 K 1 ii yS t j f r r i r k f fi < f GL i1A 1 1 t ij p > fJlR IAL If f f F CLUB I J WIiA > Ive Reception to Board of Education or T Onion College nUniOn Ommorcial Club of tins haw m ak lg a r ra n ge m e n ts ertain the Board of Edu oii oUUion College on the lil gof January 28 1008 full Boardof Ed tica ti on coat that time and it I tIC purpose of the Commor I jtTbof this city to matte is iJ qed a memorable ocfca iou r 1 liliiquet will bo spread in 1t cluing room of the college and eVryfdend of the institu jonwill be invited toiJO pres nWfd join in malting this in leedta brilliant afair Ket eVeryone lend a helping 1 haiul as it means much for the utproof this val tlile institn ZtIIOlrtt Bar boiirvillo never does any t 4 1hing by halves and we bespeak 1r this that it will be equal if > Jnot ahead of anything over yet f undertaken by our citizens lt Htoin in now and help to hiako it a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1908
Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1908

TP1OtiNiAIN < ADVOCATE i i k t tYj1i > Kntclt diw SobtoiilCJaM Miltlor Friday FobVuar y ibthJWH nf lin Iostombe nt HarlwurvllUvKnox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 f j < > i lil JIUTx11Itvw Foil Ouli FuiBNnn Do TflK GuKATkuT AMOUNT 0V GOOD AVn OAN TO TIIK iMitfiKsr Nuunmt OF PEOPLE rfj 1 i > t Al one j BAKBpURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1908 Fourth Year Vol 4 No 48 I I W1h fR POWERS Y PrachcoIIv Acquitted Governor Should Do The Rest JI < KENTUCkY CALLS FOR PEiC u 71 to < i t ty a vote of 10 to 2 this jury < I ยต that had for eight weeks the jj rcnse of Caleb Powers in hand de C li clarod for acqnital That votere TL > ii resents the feeling of Kentucky fiat large respecting these Goebel i prosecutions or more properly > persecutions Fourfifths of the tikpeople sick of the I whole busi < ness of trying fry judicial iriur ro thev author or r feal cause of which of i which no man can tell accurately i fj rcaIL fo the total obliterat...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1908

I < THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 F ublished Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky il < v Sptorod as SecondClass Matter Fobruary 10th lost at the Poetofflco at Ilarbourvlllc Ky iJiT uudor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 t r D ILL OLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER DRYJOHN FRANCIS COFFEY 0 ASSOCIATE EDITOR to Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody li14 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone King up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office If you have Tho Camp Ground Telephone service 14 11g Tho Official Organ of the Roublicon Party in Knox Connty FMt i Secretary fcbrtelvou VISecretary Oortelyou has incur ro d the animosity of certain ul traTaft organs for example the Louisville Post which says tsiMr Cortelyou denies that heir a candidate for the presidency The Secretary of the Treasury evidently hs the denial habit down strong these days Among American statesmen deserving special respect pro found admi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1908

t CpIrY 1 N ick i 1 gi tins Urvil Ioii1av r a lltOti QL toT fig Uiu family of rn wi22r < y IlrnugIi ton of ymcYJlJel s in this city Priddynnd Sntur = Ilay1Idigt f Dr J 11 Howes preached at jhe Methodist Church last Suii lay morning f V The colleges are now filled frwitli students and are moving oil rVp r jjfmcely since holidays > if i Mr John E Golden was among t those who left for Frankfort at the heginning of the week J q James Hutton of Flat Lick visited > J kinfolk and friends in Barbourville > on Saturday and Sunday 1 v Hon W W Byril went to Prank ijTort on Sunday to attend to person J itil and political business Mr R N Oonnoll left Sunday i VjrHarlan county called there 0 by the illness of his mother Mr Harve Hoskins left Sun illay night for a trip on the road > jn the interest of his busines h ji Thomas Smith returned last Saturday from a very pleasant ka t ft Olirif turns visit to friends at Knoxvillo Teiin yo1Irs Laura Campbell has taken k rooms on School str...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1908

> i S 5 i q I THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN I I Pleasant Evening vA Column COLUMNI f fljas They Join tire Heate Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts from the Editorial PeaV S Ste S I To WAYWARD SONS AND DAUOHTKRS ItSons and daughters listen while t we tell you something Do you know that your actions give away the fact that you are ashamed of your good old father and mother j Now what have they done that you should be ashamed of them They have worked hard and gone without luxuries that you might wear good clothes obtain an education and enjoy yourself while young It was their intention to give you a good start in life to fit you to cope with the w orld but it has not had that effect It has simply given you the swellhead You have got it b I ItYou have come to think you are better flesh and blood than com mon people and that in allowing gd yourself to associate with the old folks you are doing them a great favor Of course they are in a great measure to blame for this In their anxiety to p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1908

I I fnEIy ance j Y BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 17 1908 Fourth Year Vol 4 No 49 t r Wt 4s LOOK LIKE W O BRADLEY rtir Ivided Deifiocraey T J Beckllam Beateii hefir8 vote for Unite States i d pjonafor stood > 5 > p In THE SENATE t J 61 1W Bepkham A 18 yO Bradley 10 3 vlohn L Dodd r 1J L t B Castloinan i JI r elias Wheeler JVi D H Smitli VivM m Zonal Z 7 h IN Tng HoutiK 4 J M d OV BeckhamVvr 48 piW 0 BradleyiT 48 I David W Baird P V 1 1 PS fovN KehooH 1 1 l Not Voting H I feAbuent 1 fo Total votes 187 I fgt Bocklmm f 00 t f Bradley M Necessary to elect 09 J i F k w J 0 W Beckham honored ft for years by the Kentucky De J 1 niocracy proud haughty yet eta l3 4 dictator of the Commonwealth < jhas failed of election to the Uni 1 Itod States Senate Seven seer 1lin Democrats tried and true standing out from among their ffellowa announced in strong Pand certain words their opposi 1ytjon to the man who holds the p4 nomination gained in the prima + primai The vote stood in both ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1908

f ADVC5CATEttj l published Every Friday H at Barbourville Kentucky SatcroJ at SecondClaw Matter February 1Mb 1904 at tbe Postofflce at Ilarbourvllle Rjri 1879w y P J r JD WILL CLARK i i EDITOR ND PUBLISHER OR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Subscriptloa Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody It4 IB the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone RinK up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this offloe if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 t tile Official urges of the ReublScan Party IB Knex Connty > > SO NEAR AND YET SO PAR c It will doubtless be a bit surprising to our readers to learn that after being promised the position of Labor Inspector that we were turned down at the last moment for a 9th District man and the old Eleventh District that has always done the voting must suffer the humiliation of refusal after the promise had been directly given > givenThat the public may more clearly understand the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1908

a d llr Ii t A is tors tot hit st artlug fileJer lebae Rini a t amid kblisy openin h r mtnes tin tl Kuoxd I rs Will Jqnes of Brush Sundaygj M frteid8 Ir o Saf crvtsars of Tax es have been in session for several i daytfthi9 week and lastVek t VProf PC Lowe of Knok iIle Tennessee arrived Wednesday td take charge of the Business Depart tiient of the Baptist Institute L W W Byrley returned last f rin etday from Frankfort ttnd Lexington 4 wliere he had been on business Grove Joe and Walter Hopper I tyre andhg our countys young men jtudents at the Baptist Institute 8ln J B Campbell of Indian Creek I I lejfves tomorrow for Richmond II yi where he will attend college I f the little son of Mr and Mrs J t IVnhk Hawni Jilts been quite sick 1 y wJhis week threatened lvitII croup I 4 Prof Grove A Wilson returned x Vcdnesday night to Boston Mass Fjtfter a several days visit to home yolks here r Mrs Mary Podestd returned laSt Siiturdny night to her home in Cin unatf nftcfa two week visit tb leiati...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1908

THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN Peasant Evening RevcrlaA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join tire Home Circleat Evening Tide Crude Thoughts from the Editorial Pen 1rA SERMON TO HUSBANDS e We are not a minister or even 1 1 the son of a minister so pardon us S if we make a dismal failure in our first attempt to preach a sermon you will find our text in the Bible It is not necessary to give the a f I Yi t chapter and verse but look for it In brief it is this Spend some of 1 rsyour < evenings at home with your iwifc and children If you have anS amiable gentle wife surely your t home must be a pleasant one but if rea sons she has grown fretful or sul len who knows but a little more attention I tention or kindness on your parti might do a great deal towards thej return of the amiability you soI much admired in her girlhood If 4 you would stay at home oftener evenings treating her with some thing of the old tenderness making e her believe at least that you art not jvholly indifferent ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

TII IS WEEK fit 1tl r J 00j It a c I TR J ii dAtiD MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE U = C Kntorerf us HncondCliiH Mutter Prjiliir KolmaiV lath IWU ut the lo < wllri ut Iliirbourvllle Knot Qounty Ky mulur Art of CongroM of Mnnih 3rd 1879 i MOTTO Lirit Eon Owl FniKxiwDo TUB UHKATKHT AJIOUXT or loon WK IAN TO THIS I < AHII MT NUMIIBH nr 1KoirR jI Tsrin16 c Per Year a in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 24 s Fourth Year Vol 4 r No 50 ipR WITHOUT r 1 OPPOSITION it Democratic Trust Orgai t fejhe Contrary tic Peoples favorite i Jiief Justice ORear the pen 1i favorite who will be unani I iMusly named by the Republi rugs of the Seventh Appellate Districtj for reelection and who < ill bo triumphantly reel cfed I a > critized by the Democratic I o Trust organ the Tines Chief r justice ORear having expressed vr himself against trusts lawless j ness as well as against mob fury I 1 > the Times misinterprets him j thus j > thusFor a Chief Justice or any oche r v J notice to speak wo...

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