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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 March 1908

> t IMOUNTM NNDVOOA p r Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky iF P Ky i Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th 1004 at tho Postofllco at Uarbourvllfe Ky j Iunder Act of Congress of March ant 1879 EDITOR AND PUBLISHER js < flO WILL CLARK 1 Jt Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody I + 14 1 Is the number for those desiring to oqmnumicato with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if you havo The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 i t t1The Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knox Connty I I > R 1 A i A BATCH OP UNTRUTHS t 1 Under the above caption the Lon it don Echo a newspaper owned and I controlled by one D C Edwards t formerly of the State of Iowa but later of Kansas where he was run out by grasshoppers and moved tu Laurel county Ky and who for the past two terms has been drawing thejsalary ofn Congressman fron thc Eleventh Kentucky District This above mentioned newspap...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 March 1908

I 3 µ J f y THEtMOUNTAIN ADVOCATE S I fe < 1 t jj w > dLAiw itniron i J v BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY t suuscmiTioN PRICE 1001j 100 j c1P I 1ir 99S a99tittititeEMIfiEfE t PERSONALS ZI m r Around Town 1 r eeeeeeeJ 13 BEEEE EEEEEEE tie IJ e Mrs James IJHIacjs able to be ljj up again alter a several days illness I 4 i iff i < f > ioiMrs Sudie Sutton and children L Tare visiting relatives at Corbin this it ilWSfR dv week fr r f l Hon Chas E Herdof Middles jtborot was a visitor in town Wed 3 1 I i t nesddy Mr Sam H Kash of Corbin was J in town Wednesday morning on fa business ji rw M Baker returned Tuesday j rvening from a business trip to Nnsh 4villc Tenn v Judge Wm Davis of Pineville was t 5 fii2f here Wednesday afternoon between Ifr trains on business i iA tf iAr v vSitfc r Judge James D Black continues C jJKV1 quite ill at his home on Main street Mi He is threatened with typhoid fe v ver fir warY paidA UV this office a very pleasant call i 1 r X Monday and left an order for job...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 March 1908

i THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 1 Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers i cas They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughts n from the Editorial Pen j I i s I 01 01 Is Marriage a Failure JAb I old and cranky Was sitting nlonoln his room Iii toes with tho gout wore aching And his face was oorsproad with Tgloom vNo little occurs shouts disturbed him e From noises the houso was free tIn fact from the attic to the cellar Was quiet as quiet could be No medical aid was lacking Tho servants answered his ring Respectfully heard his orders And supplied him with everythinga Illut still there was something want ing Something ho could not command The kindly words of comparison The touch of a gentle hand And ho said as his brow grew darker And he rang for tho hireling nurse Well marrlago may bo a failure But this is a blamed sight worse JiJf HOME INFLUENCES Rascally and scoundrelly people peopter r for the most part come from iniqui iniquit r Sr t Stous homes from und...

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 April 1908

THE MOUNTAIN a ADVOCATE v Entered no SocoiKlCluss Mnttor Friday Fobtunry 10th HW at tho Postollleo at Hiirltourvlllu Knox County Ky under Act of Congross of March 3rd 1879 r MOTTO Iivr Kon Oiii UIFsIJADo TnI GHKATKKT AMOUNT OK noon wr Uv TO TUB IMKOKHT NUMHEU or PKOFIK < i Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 3 1908 Fifth Year Vol5 No8 < IB i COL JOHN G MATTHEWS I mgters the Contest for Nomination 1 Tfor Congress From the Old JT Eleventh District I I personal Magnetism Makes Him A Formidable 4 Adversary to HisQpponent Who Seeks iA Third Term MANY PREDICT HIM A WINNER r Last Thursday afternoon Col 3bhn G Matthews finally yielded ito the wishes of his many friends q not only of Knox but of the ad pVjmning counties of the district L t allow his name to be used as a candidate for the nomination for Peat in the Ust Congress of the feijhlted States J While Col > tthews may at > ir present liea stranger to some parts of the district wo venture time ass...

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 April 1908

R THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 5 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky h z Entered as 8econd Class Matter February 10th loot at the Postofflco at Itarbourvlllc Ky 4 s J under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 1870EDITOR J D WiLL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER j Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14 f Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this olllce bv phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will thou be connected direct with this oilloo if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 Jl Tho Official Organ of tho Rcublican Party in Knox Conntya I CANDIDATES ANNOUNOKMKNTH Primary Juno flth 1UOS t For Congress 1 We nro authorized to announce COL JOHN 0 MATTHEWS of Bnrbourvlllo Knox County as n candidate for Member of the list Oon or gross from tho Elovunth District of Ron l1 tucky subject to tho action of tho Itopub llcan primary to 1m held Juno Oth 1WM For Jailer Wo are nuthorlzod to aiinounco FLAN BUY HAM orGtHULRit us candidate for Jailer of...

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 April 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ADVOCATEF ti BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY SUBSUHTION PRICE Wpp pp 1nn c i ty7s1 eee e99 6EEEdEEEfD s IPCRSUNALS N m ffl t Around Townt 33ee3a93EeEEEeEeeeeE ° 7 0 Mrs B E Parker has been quite I sick for several days ry CIS P Rock of Rosslnntl was IIUown Wednesday w P W Clark made a flying trip to < Middlesboro Tuesday > 4 > E G Asher of ffiieville was in > this city last Saturday V > v L L Benjamin made nbusincss r trip to Artemus Tuesday i < j J A McDermott was in Pincvilh Tuesday on a busincs trip t > John Messer was down Weil iiesduy from Middlesborn Rev J R Hawes made a business > trip to Middlesboro Tuesday t 3 fudge James D Black has about ° recovered from a severe illness 111 J B Stivers and wife or Qorbin v visited relatives here Monday W W Uyrley left for Middlesboro i < iJast Monday evening on a business WtrP tt WtrPJ J T Culton has been transferred Jo Appalaclie Va as operator for the L N Railway fat SIL W Bowman of Pineville >...

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 April 1908

e CriiUM I 1 THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN h IPleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothersm as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts 1 from the Editorial Pen f t TATTLERS Ob could tbctc in tbls worlD be founD Some little spot of bappvj QVOUU TBUbere village pleasures mlflbt go rounD TCUtbout the village tattling r l0v Double blcet tbat spot woulD be TClbcre all migbt dwell In ltbcrtE 3rcc from the bitter misecc 4 Of gossips endless prattling s Every community is cursed ba class of people who make it their business to attend to everybodys business but their own Such pco the of depraved r pIe are meanest specimens praved humanity which an allwise Providence permits to exist on this green earth It is well known that almost every person is sometimes disposed to speak evil of others and tattling is a sin from which very few can claim to be entirely exempt But the object of this article is to call attention to that distinct class of tattlers who make talebear...

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 April 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE hU u Entered ns Sccon < lCIiiM Matter PrMiiy Folnuirvinth 1901 at tho IostollUm ut llarbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3nJ J87B sA MOfTO LIVK FOil Oun KIUKVIIH Do TUB OHIUTKHT AMOUNT OK noon WK TAN TO Tilt LAIHJKHT NUMIIKII OK IKOPIK = = = = = = u = = = = = < 4 < ierms i Per Year in Advance BAKBQURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 10 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 NO9 CAMPAIGN OPENED By Col Matthews at Point i Burnside Saturday I Met at the Depot by Brass r t tai d and Marched to lj s t Platform if i DELIVERS WRINGING ADDRESS IJ tt Challenged Mr Edwards to r Meet him on the Stump Iii m to Discuss the Issues h r 1J 3 Denounced JSnap Primary and Ac j ii i cused Edwards with InterferJ < f ing with the Effort to J Sf t Secure a Pardon for 1 J I I Caleb Powers 0 tMIinsb Saturday afternoon ot 2 Kocloclc Col John G Matthews jiopened his campaign for the not E Mriation for Congress in a ringing f4ftttdress to perhaps 500 voters ut jtfjf point Burns...

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 April 1908

N4fIffi MOUNTAirf ADVOCATE Jj r Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 1 Entered as SecondClass Matter February lOthi 1004 nt tho 1ofltofllco at Uarbourvllle Kyi under Act of CoiiKtCBS of Mnroh iit > r Si D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER11 b al f t Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Is Is tho number for those desiring to to this olllce by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this olllce if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ of the Roublican Party in Knox Connty I CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS Primary Juno Oth lixw l i l For Congress Wo nru nuthorlzutl to mmouucu OpI JOHN O MATTHEWS df Hiirbuurvlllo Knox County ns n candidate for Moiubor of tho lUst Con Kross from the Klovonth District of Ken Lucky subject to the notion of the Uepul I lea n primary to bo hold Juno Oth IOCS For Jailer Wo nro authorized to announce oIA FRY II AM orOHUiLKU ns cnndldiito for Jnller of Knox Count 7 gubj...

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 April 1908

t f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE k i D W CLARK EDITOR I m 1 BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY 11 BUHSORIPTION PRIOR 182 Olio Year In advnncopu 1 1nnl k 9 9 999939 eeeeeeEE PERSONALS m m TownL n L l 4 9ga 9ageeEEeeeEeEeeat Mrs Lou Clark is on the siclc list X f tins wcck > t A i W Eh Davis of Art emus was < in town Wednesday V G N Buchanan made a business < trip to Richmond last Friday r Prof Harry Kuns has moved with his family from Richmond und lo cated in our city r iiMrs L B Reed nee Miss Minnie I yr McDonald left Tuesday to join her husband in New Decanter Alabama s John D Stnnsbcrry of Knox Fork Twns in town Monday and paid the Advocate n pleasant call Miss Rosa Cooper who attended the Institute during the past three r months has returned to her home at Indian Creek > I Master John G > Matthews made the trip to Burnside last Saturday I to hear his father make his first speech in his race for Congress Squire Alex Blacks many friends I will be glad to know that he is im proving after...

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 April 1908

I 1 THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts from the Editorial Pen ff THE SEVEN STAGES l f Only a baby Kissed and caressed Gently held to a mothers breast 2 Only a child 1 r Toddling alone Brightening now its happy home 1 Only a boy Trudging to school Governed now by a sterner rule E Only a youth r Living in dreams Full of promise life now seems Only a man Battling with life Shared Is now by a loving wife ° Only a father Burdened with care Silver threads in darkbrown hair Only a graybeard Toddling again Growing old and full of pain Only a mound Oergrown with grass Dreams unrealized rest at last sit THE COMMON SCHOOL Theres many a stately edifice With grand and stately walls And many an institution rare With accademlc halls And normal schools and colleges Where stern professors rule But dearer far than all to me I count the Common School The Common School for me and all A helping...

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 April 1908

1l TflJfMB lr l f1r Tj t < THE V MOUNTAIN 1XDVOCATa j 1 I < c Entered as Second Class Jtattor Py Febn try IOlh IlG at the j ostolllco at ttarbourvlllo Knox County Ky under At or Congress 01 March 3rd 1879 4 MOTTO IIVB Fou gun FittBNDS = Do THE OUEATKST AMOUNT or lien WK Ux TO THE FMKOEST NITMIIKU or PzorrE k fti Terms i Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 17 1908 Fifth Year Vol5 No1o h t E EDWARDS TREED f I Under Hot Fire From Col Matthews ffo JHe is Forced to Confess that 4 tH Had Refused to Sign < I PC VM > C fS C < S Powers P titionf r K J For Pardon I JlrJl tfLj GIVES EXCUSE FOR REFUSING ti 7J S In a series of joint debates in the western end of the district last week ljj 1 < Col MatthcWs forced Mr Edwards tjjfr to admit that he had refused to i sign the petition to the Governor SHaskmg that Caleb Powers be par flf ironed and the excuse thut he gave I jj T for refusing was one that is amus v ing if not interesting and which as 1 > given to...

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 April 1908

g rHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I C I Published Every Friday at Barbourvifle Kentucky tl r Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th lOOt at Urn Postofflco at Barbourvlllc Kr under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 4 DWILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 147 i S b Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody rft 1 4 it Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this oillco by phone King up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ollloo If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 145 s I I i The Official Organ of the Roublican Party In Knox Connty j CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS Primary Juno Oth 1003 For Congress AVguro authorized to announce COL JOHN G MATTHEWS of linrbourvlllo Knox County us n candidate for Member of tho list Con < stress from tho Eleventh District of Ken tucky subject to tho action of the Ho pub lican primary to bo hold Juno Oth ID For Jailer Wo lire authorized to announce KLANEHY HAM orUiiiutRh j I usacnndldnto for Jailer ...

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 April 1908

iTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I I D w CLARK EDITOR J < P BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE I + Ono Year in advance iOno 100 p i h a iI a9aaaaaa > aeEEEEEEeaa i fVlpERSONALS t < m Around Town ° eEEEeEeeeEeEJ ° aaaa3aa9EEeEEBEEEEEett Y it > r jCnpt S F Rock was in town last it Tuesday TuesdayS S T Davidson is on the sick list tiiisveek Jx Hon Wm Davis of Ciiieyille was c iti this city last Sunday lr Finley of Red Ash came here I feNJast Saturday on business it J G Jarvis of Manchester was f in this city the first of the week Nt t 7 Hon T Ctit Bird of Williamsburg AVIIS a visitor in town last Sunday Thos Throop has been assisting the Advocate force some this week 1 Mrs J G Matthews made a visit to Middlesboro last Monday even n I John E Byrley came down from R i Lexington Tuesday to visit home < folks Sf tEditor W S Hudson was in Lou a 8 isville last week attending the Tuft speakmsiii < Miss Mary Berry is quite Hr with io rheumatism at her home on Man L + w yewChester...

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 April 1908

V Fi tm THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 1 Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers Jas They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts j ipi from the Editorial Pen < = = = s S THE HOLY HOUR I I Hadst thou boon in Gothsomnne That darksome night and droar When Christ tho bitter chalice drained drainedWith r With none to comfort near When nil the crimes of sinful men His cup filled to the brim And trickling fell the sweat of blood Wouldst thou have watched with him All agony that heart can bear All sorrow earth hath known lie suffered in that cruel hour And suffered Italone The comfort that the angels brought f Had rapture been from thee Oh I hear His cryof wounded love i Wilt watch one hour with me t His heart is calling to thee still Canst thou resist its power Oh I before His lonely shrine To watch with him one hour z CHRIST Is RISEN V The Sunday concluding the Lenten season called Easter Sunday when compared with the rank and file of the year is like a gene...

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 April 1908

< < THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i = = = = = C = Entered ns SnobriclClrtss Matter Frldny February lth 1001 nt tho Pontoillco nt Ilnrlmiirvlllu Knox County Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879h < I iJ JOTTO IIVE Vou own IIIIKNDSDO THK OHBATKHT AMOUNT OK noon WK UN TO TUB TAHrtiwT NUMIIKU or IEOVTK 1 F ffilin5 i Per Year in Advance f BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 24 1908Fifth c = = Year Vol 5 tt n 1 FAIRBANKS FEARLESS AND l FORCEFUL jv v ondJ a ct Conservative and o fe Model in Both Public and Private Life f S Doer of Christian Deeds d llo 1 John W Foster in the In 8tJPn ont writes There is no man In public life p certainly no one who is mention I t r od for tho Presidency I whose < views are so Well defined or so well known as Vice President Fairbanks During his service C in the Senate he hat both by his L r votes and speeches declared his t t V position on every question of im 1 s > portanco now pending or which ° t has baen considered in the past Fy3ton years And...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1908

r W THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Wintered as SecondClass Natter February 1Mb loot at the Postofflco at Barbourvlllo y t under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 if I D WILL CLARKHHHHEDITOR AND PUBLISHER c Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody l c 14 t Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number biphone You will then be connected direct with this ollloe If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 H The Official Organ of the Roublican Party in Knox County CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS Primary Juno 6th 1004 1 For Congress Wo are authorized to announce OOL JOHN G MATTHEWS I of Rnrbourrlllo 811nouncoI na n cnndltlnto for Member of the Olst Con gross from the Eleventh District of Ken lucky subject to the action of the Kopub Mean primary to bo held Juno 6th ltd For Jailer Wo are authorized to announce KLANERY HAM orGlKDLVR as candidate for Jailer of Knox County subject...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t4rc D W CLARK EDITOR ir BARBOURVIUE KENTUCKY j BunsqnirrioN PRICK 1001I 1001 I tnC yn33tlt tii98 7333 8ee < > cEe sj SJ 1 IPCRSON1ttS ln I M Around Town EEeJ f w 3993333iD eeEe SEEE ee6e rr L Mrs Ed Hurst was up from Mid 4 dlesbnro the first of the week visit r ing her parents Mr and Mrs B S I Matthews ifi t Rev OG Ragan pastor of the i ftlethodist Church at London came 1 f down Monday and attended the revival meeting Momay night t oR S Matthews made a business 4 Yi trip to Harlari last Saturday and says everything there looks mighty it i good for John G10 win his race v Bro A L Cline of Middlesboro was in the city Wednesday artd at tended the Powwow Wednesday night He is an enthusiastic Red Men w > Charles C Hurst and Mil Brit tarn will leave this week lor Seattle 1 Wash and from there they will go to Vernal Utah where tHey will 1 locate r M y N Hon Sawyer A Smith left for Whitesburg on Sunday afternoons yi train Where he will speak in the j nterest ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 April 1908

G l THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN R1 i Pleasant Evening Revwks A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers m as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughtsm i from the Editorial Pen F > j ONLY A SUNUEAM I Only a stray sunbeam Yet per chance it hath pierced some wretch ed abode gladdened some stricken heart or its golden light found its l way through the leafy branches of some wildwood kissed the moss covered bank where the tiny violet grew and caused shades of beauty to adorn its lovely form Only a gentle breezel But how many aching brows hath it fanned how many hearts cheered by its gen t e touch touchOnly Only one stray bullet that pierced the noble soldierboy as he trod the lonely midnight round faithfully h guarding the precious lives iutrustcd to his keeping and the life blood slowly ebbed out and the sunbeam i tfell on the cold face of the dead Onla drop of ink And yet it carried the news of death to anxious ones at home and caused the tear of anguish to trickle down the fur ...

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

r Tr > h r p + f 1 qlt CRSY er E lQEYyir vy + vvr s 4 + JTi llOONTAIN I T t Y 1WVOCET r > fe 2o Entor IU Iccond Clnss Mntter Frldy JiohIMV 10th IPlIl IIf the Postolftco ut nnrbuarIllo Jitnox County Ky under Act of Congress or March 3rd 1819 i > MOTTOfltE Fon tail FuuslJtD ur OnFATrrT AMOUNT m jilin WI nU TO Tnt IAltnr8T NUAnEn or PEoprF > ri 1 > 1v jI 4 rf Feirms i PerXearxinAdvance BARB RViLLI KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY f 1908 Fifth Year Vals No 12 Y tlti 77r f DISGUSTING attempt pf federal Office r H Hollers to Override el a th Wishes of the oters of Knox County Alleged Voters Imported io Attempt to Carry Con jvenHon tor Taft tx jfpEPOTVTEDlN THEIR EPPOR f V v Last Saturday afternoon when tle KnoX county Mass Conven tin was called to order by W I B Dizney the Secretary of the < County Committee in the ab 0 dunce of the County Chairman fcf the courthouse was packed to the G doors and many of the voters Pv I Avero unable to gain admittance 1 IL G Hignite a Deputy Cot i le...

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