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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 February 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky u Entered ns Second Chtss Mutter Fobruiiry loth 1WI nt tho IoHtotllce ut llarbourvlllo Ky I under Act of Congress of Mnrch 3rd 1870 r D WILL CLARK EDITOR OND PUBLISHER DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 114Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this otllce by phone Ring up Central Pond ask for number You will then be connected direct with this oillce if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 < The Official Organ of the Roublican Party in Knox Connty liV Why He Favors Fairbanks t No more loyal Republican than United States Marshal George W Long Ho tells clearly and equivocally why he is for Fair banks for President At the Chicago convention in 1904 I called on Mr Fairbanks and personally assured him of my wish that he should take up the reins of Government when they were sur rendered by Mr Roosevelt My reas ons for expressing th...

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 February 1908

s1 r M I tTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE D IV CLARK EDITOR > BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY 11 rt ripouv II r < v Ono Year In ndvnnco nnljJ 01 i 9 991S9 991 3 9EiEiEieEieee 111 I e PERSONALS w m a am i tf1 J J 99991999 EiEiEiEi tlcEe88EEt8 iI k C G Byrley of Ely waR in town > v Monday 1 Prof Jonts of Union College is reported on the sick list this week < Svj Judge K D Sampson made a bus tS < bass trip to Manchester last week + i p iMrs r Sudic Slitter and children Ignore visiting relatives at Corbin this O i vccicIlirnm Hiram Owens was in town last Tuesday shaking hands with his ° r many friends who had not seen him since he went to Georgetown last 5 last fall to attend the Powers trial Mr and Mrs Byron Reed spent some days in tiiis city as the guests of Mrs Reeds mother Mrs M E va t McDonald last week but have gone < to Manchester now where they will make their home with Mr Reeds mother J F Dozier was a pleasrnt caller 4at this office last Monday and paid tup his subscription to th...

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 February 1908

THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughts from the Editorial Pen BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE sifitltt llf you luivo a grayhalroU motlior And from homo you uro away fc tt down and wrltw tho lottcr You put oil day by day J ont wait until nor tirod stops a Roach lloavons pearly gate But show hOI that you think of hor Boforo it is too Into If youvo n tondor message Or a loving word to say Dont wait till you forgot it But whisper it today Who knows what hittor momorlos May haunt you If you wait So make your loved ones happy Beforo it is too Into The tender word unspoken The lottor never sent r ifrhclongfo ftton messages The wealth of love unspent For those some hearts are breaking For these some loved one wait So show thorn that you care for them Before it is too lato b c Two KINDS OK GIKIS There are two kinds of girls in this and every other community One is the kind that appears best tr Abr...

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 February 1908

It < b ri < Iti 11 C < Ai f j 1 ft a fffE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t t 1 = = = = = c C = = = J t i Entered UH flocondCln Muttor Friday Fclituury IfltliylWI at the IfMtoltloo ut Ilurhoiirvltlit Knox County Ky umior Act of Conarrosn of Murch lnl 1879 MOTTO IIVK FOR OIMI FIHKNDH Io TUB OIIKATKHT AMOPKT or noon WK 1A1 TO TUB IIAKHKMT NUMIIKII or IKOILV J r Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 NO3 ARK COUNTY REPUBLICANS ORGANIZE FOR FAIRBANKS Strong Resolutions Adopted Endors = ing Candidacy of Indiana Man t and Pledge him Support yusC Tri Vice Presidents Aid Given Credit for the Great Re V publican Victory in Kentucky Last Fall 1 ACTION OF FEDERAL MACHINE BITTERLY DENOUNCED Tlia Republicans of Olurk chum typhoid a very enthusiastic nieet t ing last Saturday night at the y r court house in Winchester and i after strong addresses were heard from Dr Ben L + Brunor Secre tary of State and Hon 11 U Thatcher State Inspector and Kxaminer ...

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 February 1908

wrHi MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I Published Every Friday at Barbourviile Kentucky II i KiitnrfHl us SecondClass Mnttor February 10th 1001 nt tho 1oKtolllco nt llurliourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of lurch inl 1870 D JILL CLARKEDITOR AND PUBLISHER DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody Is the number for those desiring to coimmmlonte with this 14 14ClItko You will thon be connected direct with this office if you luivo The Camp Ground Telephone service The Official Organ of the Roublican Party in ftnox Connty The Political Situation The Republican situation in Kentucky at present seems to be in scmewlmt of u turmoil and it is rather a difficult matter to tell just what will happen when the State Convention meets The Tuft campaign is being led ledL i S p vrts of the State and it is claim f ed that the edict has been sent out from Washington to practi cally every postmaster in the State requiring them to fall in Y line and support Taft a...

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 February 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE iPD iv CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY 4i BSCKirTIOtf PRIOR Q 1 OR tao Year in udvancop I sU U a ala 9 t 999EEEEEEeE9 tU PERSONALS Ant i I Around Town ° 99999 tEL 6EeQ8Etc8 i > A J Cole spent lust Monday in Gorbin Gorbini i bbrbitljdge judge J H Wilson was in Corbin last T Monday pL EL Owens of Warren was in town Monday tyProf B C Lewis has been on the jLsick list this week 1 John L Dozier was a visitor in t Corbin last Monday u H II Owens stopped over in Cor r bin last Monday night t sfiv J M Robsion made a business trip f to Corbin last Monday r W M Mitchell was in Corbin W last Monday on business idJIV S Hudson made a flying trip J rLo Corbin Monday afternoon I r d Walter little son of Mr and Mrs Y Ben Sutton is quite ill this week r Miss Gertrude Throop is out again < after a few days illness with grip I 1 i a f g t P D Black paid our neighboring ti icityof Corbin a visit last Monday 1r1i Judge H C Faulkner spoke at f ajf r < the court house las...

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 February 1908

w wwwwww Y W THE HOME LE 1 Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers N R as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts ftj l from the Editorial Pen i I K ff DOMESTIC LiiE 1 We are afraid that our domestic life in this country will not bear looking mto We fear that our houses will not be found to have unity and to exprc sthe best thought The household the cull ing the friendships of the citizen are not homogeneous His house ought to show that his honest opinion of i what his wellbeginning consists in when he rests among his kindred Sand forgets all affection nil compli 3ance find even nil exertion of will 011 He brings home thither whatever commodities and ornntnens have f for years allured his pursuit and his character must soon be in them But what idea predominates in our t houses Thrift first then conven t ience and pleasure Take off the > iroofs from street to street and we S shall seldom find the temple of any t higher god than Prudence The ...

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

r wrt THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE xr p f r f fr r t T 1 = = = = = cc Entered us SecondClass Matter Friday Febn fry Iflth tllUlnt the Iostolllce at llarbourvlllo Knox County Ky unJor Act of Congress or March 3rd 1879 if MOTTO LIVE Foil Own FiuuxnuDo rift OitKATKar AMOUNT or noon WK CAN TO TIIK LAIUIKRT NUMBBK OP PEOPLE ierfhs i Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 6Ig08 Fifth Year Vol 5 Not GOV WILLIAM O BRADLEY ELECTED I u n United States Senator Over I J J C W Beckham > Twenty = ninth Ballot Taken Last Fri = i g = day Gave Bradley One Majority I Over All Votes Cast J 4 BECKHAM COULD NOT BE FOUND oiTYrnnkfort Ky Fob 28Wil liam O Bradley formur Gov JMyior of Kentucky was elected I JJftfol States Senator from Ken i1ilJror to succeed James B fyTcOreary at the joint session ihallot of the Legislature at noon iist Friday Mr Bradley will Jntke office March 4 lOOn and he µ will serve six years or until J March 8 1910 4 Speaker Gooch the presiding r officer at 242 p in announ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 March 1908

fHE MOUNTAIM T prSJtSL ADVOCATE 1 1 c Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Kntorod TufJ fton ltliii > MUttflf P6l rilur MOt iMH nt tho 1oatnlllco nt llnrttoiirvlllo Ky < If i f ululQr AVt ofuiufru ii of Miirehllnl lots PUBLISHER EDITOR I ND D JIlL CLARK DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR i Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 114 Is till number for those desiring to conununionto with this otllco by phono Ring up Central and ask for number You wlll then bo connected direct with this oillco If you havo The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knox County The Presidents Plain Duty I The Presidents plain duty isI indicated by the St Louis Globe Democrat Deli70CratNobody Nobody has ever had any higher view of the value and necessity of divorcing the civil service from poli tics than Mr Roosevelt ThC spoils men of Clevelands day use to think it so high that he couldnt see things on the dead level That was 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. — 6 March 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE D Wo CLAKK EDITOR W BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY simsnuiTioN nude Q 1 nn < Out Vur in auJVIUHCp I iUU HH m 3ttt 3911i it a taElEElEfiEEE r PERSONALS q m Around Town J a8H3 ttEEEiEEiEEEeEEEe j i Mayor It W Cole made a bus i ifjicss trip to Lexington Tuesday W W Sheppard has gone to vis it his mother in Nicholas county I f W w Byrlcy visited the General Assembly in Frankfort Wednesday r11iss Carrie Smith visited in Pine ville from Saturday until Monday S Mrs J R Jones continues on the j sick list nut sing a vaccinated arm he F r lr J F Cofley made a business 4 4trip to Williamsburg Tuesday morn y Y illg F T D Tinsley has returned from a Stwo weeks visit to New York Dos ftton and other Eastern cities r1 Editor D W Clark made a Inisi I finess trip to the Bluegrass part of i the rStatc the early part of the week l G M Bingham of Girdler was 1 here Sunday calling on his best girl 1 jo who is a pupil at the Baptist Insti > ute O Dr John Francis ColTey returned x Friday...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 March 1908

VI I Vmr THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 1 Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers M as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts 11 from the Editorial Pen pN I M f ° VS VS lSV1 = PRAISH YOUR NEIGHBOR In our judgment of others we mor tals are prone To talk of their faults without hoetl ing our own t And this little rule should be treas tired by all If you cant praise your neighbor 7dont namo him at all Mens deeds are compounded of glo t ry and shame And sure tis sweeter to praise than f to blamo z Perfection has never bean known since the Fall B If you cant praise your neighbor dont name him at all l s Remember ye cynics the mote and the beam Pause In your faultfinding and pon dor the theme Who has the least charity quickest will fall t If you cant praise your neighbor dont name him at all If we would endeavor our own fault to mend Wed have all the work to which we could attend Then let us be open to Charitys call If you cant praise your neighbor dont na...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 March 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t I Kntorvil IIB SoconilClnss Mutter Hrltluy Folituirv intli UKI nt the 1ostoineo at Ilitrbourvlllu Knox County Ky tinder Alt of Congress of March 3rd 1879 rid L kt 1 MOTTO IIVK Iou OITH KitiKNimDo THK GIIKATKHT AMOUNT or noon WI HAN TO TIIK IMIIOKHT NUMIIKII or PEOPLE i = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = O = = = = = = 0 = mss 1 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 13 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 NoJ r + J ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING i tl in Court House Last Monday Afternoon and P7 Strong Resolutions Adopted YyNumber Number of Stirring Speeches Were Mode ond Everybody Er Declared Themselves for Caleb Powers ED MENS BAND FURNISHED PLENTY OP MUSIC Hhst Aland ay afternoon the njrG courtroom of the malt ijue in this city wus packed to overflowing when Judge Sump sbn arose und nominated Mr W Rjjplursee as chairman of the I n 9t1llg and he was unanimously SOpjted and upon taking the hairI Mped that the purpose of the rating was to express our dis iroval of the a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 March 1908

I r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky ilintored as SecondClass Matter February 10th WOI at tho Iostofliio at lUirbourvllIc Ky 1tntcrcd l irtnlor Act or Congress of March Urd 1870 D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER iik Subscription Rates 100 per yenr in advance to Everybody 1 0 Is Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phono Ring up Central and ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this olllco If you youhave 14 The Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knox Connty The cleverest political maneu vering that has been witnessed in Frankfort in many a day was played upon the Democratic members of the General Assem bly by their Republican collea gues when they led them into the trap and elected William 0 Bradley as United States Sena tor It had been arranged to elect Governor Bradly the day before it was done but every Kepblican was so anxious to go on record as voting for Bradley that none of them would con...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 March 1908

FHEMOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i6i f < 1Jj W CLARK EDITOR j < BARBOURVILU KENTUCKY ir SiniSOItilTION PniOB I ft ono Year in nlvancopiau nnjjJ I aaaaaaaaaaaaEEEEeEEE IJI 41 j PERSONALS l11 tr m t Around TownR TownA 38aa 9EEEEEEEeeEEee Judge s H nislmian is in Frank foct on legal business iSF Rock of osslnndwns in tbwh Monday attcndiii Circuit Jf1t Pourt ourtb1rs < MrsF D Sampson visited in 1 peorgetown nnd Louisville during f tthc week ilfcfDr and IrsV C lllnck and lit IBf ltle son Stanley arc visiting in Piric K vile this week Col Thos E Smith ol this city jiingled with the fair sex at Pinc jvillc Inst Sunday tji W H McDonald returned Satttr dav evening from a business trip to Frankfort and Louisville f John I Stnnbcrry of Knofork was in town Monday and paid the Advocate n pleasant call Miss Anna Culton bus been spend ing o vcek in Pineville with her t ist Irs Chelsea Bowman y g Vts Laura Campbell was nvisi or to her old home on Indian Creek several days last week ir Mayor Robert W C...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 March 1908

f i ITH CIRCLE COLUMN i V v i 4 Pleasant Evening ReveriesA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers W c as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughts j I from the Editorial Pen Mi > t t + rrwwwww w yr THE EVENING LAMP TTHE ooooooo How the elI Is I whoa tho Humo lamp Is lighted and Kiith I orwl nnmiul It tho household So dear from school and from play nuil from toll reunited to rest till tho snntl innn too soon will appear Pupa now enjoying his moments of lolsuri1 In sllpporft and easy chulrilriiwn to tho gntto is rlnlHnl tIll Homo Circle suit N iwunlUK with pleasure on loved little tots who can ennI stay up tills tannin trosso do so neatly beside him Is knitting tin enlllllnl fOIn socks for the babys wop I foot and burning their hysons nrf < quietly sitting the wisest of schol nrs the ploturos complete Tim clock on tho mantel ohlmos N Softly laying layingthelr i tlKlr playthliiKsnway and with footsteps so llKht the tots HO with mama upstair + sweet 800tt I id good IIIJh...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 March 1908

7 r c l t r7t t TH 1 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14jj I r1J h t 1 = j Entered OR Seeond Class Matter Friday February 10th tOOl at tho 1ostoffico at linrbuurclllu Knox County Ky umlur Act of Congress of March 3nl 1879 RMOTTOLtvE FOil furl KiuRNnflDn rUle OIIBATKRT AMOUNT or Ooou WK OAN TO TUB rAiirfKST NUMDPU or PEOPLE Terms Si Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 20 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No6 + i PVFTHASNO fLREAL STRENGTH Outside of Federal Office r Holders and Office h Hunters 11 Oklahoma ot Heart tor Pair v boOks Who is Now Cer thin ot Victory All the delegates from the A state of Oklahoma to the Ilepuh = Ijcan National Convention have been elected In the mutter of f instructions tho delegation stand Fas follows Four DelegatesatLargeI n structed for Taft Delegates From First District i Instructed for Taft From Second District Instruc ted for Taft From Third DistrictU n i n D Jtructed for Taft l N FuurthDistrictUnillstructed Fifth DistrictTwo delegations vp no uninstructed t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 March 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE C t 7 t published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I t Entered as SecondClass Matter February 18th loot at the Fostolllco at Barbourvlllc Ky under Act or Congress of March 3rd 1879 D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUDLI8HER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody e I 11Is Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ollloe if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knox Connty I lll Bradley Working orkingr Fairbanks Setiator elect W 0 Bradley has thrown another bomb into the or ganization in Kentucky by the estab lishment in Louisville of what amounts to a Fairbanks headquar tars In the mails the new Senator sent hundreds of letters to promi nent Republicans throughout Ken tucky urging them to organize the county convention on April 25 for Fairbanks lie has announced to his friends that he wil...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 March 1908

fi rm THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE M IIIiY 1 D W OijABK EDITOR EAt 4 BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY EAtr x > SUBSCRIPTION PUCE t J 1 r srfti One Year In mlvnnco QI nn ip liUU l 39Sma99A 9iJ9EiEeeEiEEEs 4PCRSONI16S IpeRSONALS m In jJ Around Town I EEiEEEEEEEEEeJ ° 999 a 3 EEEEEEEEEEEEr3 t Jasper Willis was in town last iii f Monday 6V It i Mrs Fannie Johnson returnee s rf Wednesday evening from Richmond y benjamin Tutton a merchant of Gbrbin was a visitor here Sunday < t f D K Rnwlings was down from London this week attending court ° Judge and Mrs James D Black and wife are both the sick list this jf week s Mrs W W byrlcy returned Mon y day from a visit to her son Charley Hujclx Judge and Mrs F I Samp ot returned from Louisville last 5lon > 3 day evening j Judge F D Sampson made a bus iness trip to Jellico Tent last Wed oesday evening 11 r Mrs John Mcsscr came down i from Middlesboro Wednesday to visit her mother Mrs ben S Mat thews tMrs W W Tinsley and daugh ter Miss Mayo left Wednesday j ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 March 1908

F HEY CIRCLE COLUMN h Pleasant Evening ReverlesA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts t = from the = Editorial Pen j A BABYS SOLILOQUY I One of our good neighbors who claims she can interpret baby talk niches for the truthfulness oflnc foTlowing having fallen from T the lips of a sweet little blossom of humanity that recently came to a home in our cithI am here And 4 this is what they call the world I dont think much of it Its a very 1 flannelly world and smells of pare r gone awfully Its a dreadful light world too and makes me blink 1 1 tell you And I dont know what to do with my hands I think Ill dig my fists in my eyes No I wont Ill scrabble at the corner of my blanket and chew it up and then Ill holler whatever happens Ill holler And the more paregoric they give me the louder Ill yell Tha t old ours puts the spoon in the cor ner of my mouth in a very uneasy way and keeps tasting my milk her s lf all the while She spilled ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 March 1908

i T JIJNT I N D VOCATE < > r j 1 r v i J = = = = = = = r Rntorcd M SoeondClnss Matter Friday Knbtuirr KMIi IIN > l at the Io fcllco at lUrlxMirvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Coi rose of March 3rd 1979j MOTTO Ji VK Foil Oitii KIIIKNII Do TMK GIIKATHXT AMOIJHT OK floon WE AN TO TUB LAIKIKKT NuxnrH or TKOPLK = = = = = = l n n Terms 1 Per Year in Advance BAKgOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 27 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 7 < f ORAKER IN THE RIGHT iime Time Vindicates the Illus trious Ohioan J In His Stand For Law And i r Justice arflfc fAs tune goes on it becomes < ° iiore and more apparent that Semi T atorForaker is usualy right in Ltihe positions that he takes and lp tihilt however niuch one may dif fer with him on the questions of the day sooner or later the dom i4I onstrition comes to the correct I iness of the Senators position + r r This is particularly true in re j S Bard to those affairs in which the > clatter of law and constitutional riity inheres t oS ri On th...

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