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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1908

i A i1 ie rim MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 J Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Kntorcd as SecondClass Mat nary 10th 1901 at the Pontofflco at Unrbourvlllo Kil tie Under AcSfiTf ConKrcss of March 3N 1870 v V D WILL CLARK J w EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Everybodyi aubcriPt i9100 per sear iu advance to Everybody Is t l Is the numbeelfr those desiring to communicate with this otUce by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this otllce If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 L i Tho Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knox Connty A iQANDlDATloS ANNOUNCEMENTS Prlu a 1uno Otli 1808 L LFor Congress I We are authorize toniuuftmco COL JOHN G MATTHBW8 1h of Bnrboarvlllo Knox County 1nil candidate for Member of the Olst Con < V grass from the Eleventh District of Ken tucky subject to tho action of tho Rupub Hcan primary to be held Juno flth ItO j For Jailer AVo arc authorized to niuiounco KLANBllY HAM or GlKDLKn ns a candidate for Jailer o...

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

ADVoCATEI t J > ir tiLARK XniTOR J BARBOURVIllE KENTUCKY I 8tTnsonu ION PRICE HI II + Ono rear in advAncelool 100 f itM 339 S seM tEEE 1 PCRSONALS n 1 Around Town eEel 3819 Fl3 1tEliH EEFiitiiEB i + Mrs UH Parker has b eilon innltrovet 0 L 5 ihlTJ 1 W M for left Wednesday morning for Richmond to attend Feder Court Vj Shepherd has returned from 1Vj visit to home folks in jfiicholas county j J 1 O c Byrley wrfc miTlJ babe of tH hswere visiting Jionicfolks in r + r town last Sunday N Miss Obedience Malt has returned I s from a charming and lenghty visit r to her brother and family in Old it > homa homaMisses Misses Gertrude and Georgia Hlack expect to leave next Monday = for a few days visit to friends in i Washington City J1f 1f1r11lr1flnnnrJot JrJOtJOOlJl plu i alOCAL LOOM S JOJlJaD 7C9 See the big circus adv in this is sue j t John Robinsons circus will be here flay 13 < iBornto the wife of lames Greg < ora dau hter C 1 v A cold wave struck this section flMonday but rib ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 May 1908

PI tUJ THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 0 fl r tynr A Pleasant Evening ReyjlM A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers j as They Join tire HwjlpClrclc at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts c rfrom the Blltotkl PfsJr j 4 10 AS YOU GO H LiFE tAS UDont look fo t e wa as you gc ° 5through Jifo P 5 And even whenu find thorn It is wise and kiml to be somewhat t SP tbUnd And look for tho virtue behind thorn For the cloudiest night has a hint of light SomewhoreUn its shadows hiding It is better by far to hunt for a star Than the spots on the sun abiding 11t 5 L riA Do not keep your politeness to J puton with your good clothes be cause of you do you will surely for get it sometime when you most wish S it and even il you remember in which pocket you have it you ill be stiff and plainlyshow that it is tot natural Cultivate polite s for what outsiders ness not only will say but because it is the right thing to do one of your many tal of and anything cats to make good use any thing that improves always increas es sel...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1908

fTREAouNTAIN ADVOCATE l 5 v > = Entered at SocondOlasa Matter Friday Fobt > arv 10th 1901 attho Postofflco at llarbotirvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 s M0TTO LIVB Foil Ouu PIUKNIM Do TUB OHRATKST AMOUNT or HOOD WK OAN TO THE LAIUIKSIT Nuxnitu or PEOPLEv d = I YrTerms i Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 8 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 13 rr j ED CALLAHSN < AIs Mortally Wounded bv t Brotherinlaw Who is Shot to Death by aF His Son x 5 Traflfdy in Former Feud Lea I 1 ders Store in BreatliiH s County five Years to > a Day Prom the Time dr r IJvy James Morcum lfef Was Killed s 4 Ed Callahan the chief Heutfeni antof judge James Hargis in the Brea bhitt feudal wars is lying f mortally wounded at his home twenty miles from Jackson t while his life blood ebbs away from a ghastly knife wound which ripped through the big ar teries and almost severed his t arm from his body Like the fate which overtook his colleague Judge Hargis Oal lahan m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1908

c s iJ THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATED II j z Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky z t I f i Entered aa SecondClass Matter February 10th 1WH at the Fostofllco at Darbourvlllo By 1 under Act or Congress of March 3rd 1870 II j D WILL CLARK M uEDITOR AND PUBLISHED > I siSubsmption Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 1 1 t > 1 4 t Is number for those desiring communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ouloo If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14L 1 4 Tho Official Organ of the Roublican Party in Knux Connty b AND DATES ANNOUNCEMENTS Primary Juno 6th 1UOH For Congress We ore authorized to announce OOL JOHN O MATTHEWS of Ilnrtxuirrllto Knox County l as n candidate for Meifibor of the Olst Con I gress from the Eleventh District of Ken tucky subject to tho action of tho Uopub Bean primary to be held Juno 6th loco For Jailer ticVo Bro authorized to announce KLANEHY HAM OFOniDiE as A candidate fo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1908

° THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 D W CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY I SUBSCRIPTION PRtOK f I I Ono Year in advance pIiIU i l 13di b 9 t31t > f 1 JEE6EEEa PERSONALS m m m Around Town feeeJ cl 332 iEtiE a EeE feee ° l ij v Uncle Ike Golden is all smiics over ie his new street car I I R Jones nnd sons Charles and + lewis made a trip to KielunriwLlast tceelc to dispose of cveral carloads of cattleMrJostgth r Mr Joseph Merryof MnnchesUi L street will leave Monday night for Louisville where he goes to be treat r ed for kidney trouble t 4 Misses Gertrude and Georgia t Jilack left last Monday morning for Washington city and other eastern w > cities on an extended visit they will > be absent for several weeks perhaps c y Will Hinkle and sonc are building R an 18 ft steam yacht which when completed wiil be the nicest and best pleasure boat in the river in this section D W Brown one of the students r of Union College received the sad t a news Tuesday morning that his y mother had died su...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 May 1908

r I s 0 0 0 0 0 I sii J i THE HOME CIRCLE 0m > > f Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers jfl 4 as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughtsr h from the Editorial Pen L L t l r AI He who is false to present duty LL breaks a thread in the loom and will find the flaw when he has for gotten the cause f K f Look for the sunshine and it will rt < come The clouds are transient as things of earth the sun is always behind them and sometimes when we least expect it the glorious light will shine through throught t < 1f DONT NAG EACH OTHER Young wives and husbands can not be too strongly reminded of the probable shipwreck they will make of their happiness if the yield to thai which expresses itself in discourtesy want compliance unnecessary op position above all that most dis astrous amusement of nagging and creating a row Hundreds of households have gone wrong from the mere want of checking in time the habit ot annoying as a relief to momenta...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r r t = U R Entered as SoconilClnss Matter Friday FobrUrtrv 10th 1IXM at tho Iostoinco at narlmurvillc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 r It MOTTOIivn Foil Own HiuRNimno THE GIIBATBST AMOUNT or GOOD WB OAN TO THE IIAROEUT NuxnEii or PEOPLE = = = = = = = = = = = = > Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 15 1908 Fifth Year V I5 No 14 h CANNING FACTORY Should Be Erected in Barbourville v1 Would Prove Profitable 10 Operators and Also to Farmers r Frcqently in the past we haov urged upon our people that some cr one take up the proposition and establish canning factory in our city 1 biit the matter has not been acted upon as yet and still there is a splendid opportunity for some one with a little capital to make a snug fortune In this fertile valley and on the hills surrounding our city fruits and berries of all kinds grow to the highest stage of perfection and yet on account of our loca tion we can not put them on the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1908

j T 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I I Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I 3 Entered as tlecoud Class Matter February 10th HXM at tho IostotHco at llurbourvillo Ky fr under Act of Countess of March 3rd 1870 j DWILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 1 i f 14 Ts tho number for those desiring to communicate with this ofIlco by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if you youlllWO 14 The Official Organ of the Ruublican Party in Knox Connty I OANDI HATKH ANSUNOE mSlR Irlnwry Juno fith 11HW i t For Congress 1te arc authorized to aiinouiuc COL 10IIN n MATTHKNVH of Burbourvlllo Knox County oSft enndlilnto fur Member of the list Con Rross from tho Klovontli District of Kou tacky suhjuct 10 the tutloii of the Uupub llcnn prlmnry tolw held June Otli ItO For Jailer Wo are authorized to iiuiunmco FLANKHY HAM OKOiuDLHit nsn candidate for Jailor of Knox County silbjoot to the action of 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. — 15 May 1908

f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATED IP1tTH D W CLARK EDITOR 1 < BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY y SUBSCRIPTION IllICK I > One Your Ire advance nnlIf w a39 338779 3 EEEE lEiEt i a PERSONALS u + m in Around Town I tI X8883388 I EFfE aEBE EcE w 8 Mrs Carrie Smith hud daughter sitcdi1t Pineville last Sunday lie t Mrs R W Cole has returned from a visit ol a week m the country < + Miss Meryl Stntton visited Miss r Cora Sevier last Saturday and Sun lay 1 layMrs f r Mrs J H Cot tulgim entertained 1 ithc Photpzctean ocleUlast MOOt In day night IMrs Matthews sister arrived w Sunday and will spend some time a here visiting Miss Mayo Tinslcy left Tuesday r ° morning for Jellico Turn to attend a house party Mrs Laura Doan and son Harry i visited in Corbin from Friday until Monday evening Joseph Berry went to Louisville Sunday morning where he will tin ° dergo an operation W II McDonald attended the Council of Red Men at Corbin Fri day night and at Wilton Saturday night L 11 Cole and wife returned Sun A day ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 May 1908

iIY ww THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN h1t t 11 Pleasant Evening ReverlesA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers I as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughts t l from the Editorial Pen r f jA i A womans bureau drawer will hold > v a half a ton of clothes A parasol some hnndboxes and jt goodness only knows J How many scores of other things if within she may store And yet theres always lots of room for twice as many more I1 But give a man that selfsame draw sc er and Just one pair of socks An undershirt some dirty cuffs an empty collar box And when hes put them in Its ca pacity hell glut w And fill it up so awful full hell never get it shut What is your weight in your home and social circle Test it by con sidering how many pounds of good nature you have contributed to make your home and friends more cheerful An ounce of sweetness will make you weigh more at home than a pound of undue harshness or for getfulness If you can have help enough to keep your household goods in per fec...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1908

r rI 1 w1yx q T 41 a > p ii i f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 B H i LBntored as SecondClass Matter Friday Koltt iurv lUth hat at tho IostoiJIco ut Harbour vlllo Knox County Ky under Act or Congress of March 3rd 1879 f veli 1 MOTTO LIVK Foil Otiit KIUKNDS Do Tilt OUKATKST AMOUNT OK Oooii WK OAN TO TUB LAHOKST NoniKuorProirK 7 L J 81 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Terms i Per Year in Advance BAkBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 22 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 15 Il I S BEll = taoIIIw MENS I Annual Meeting Held in Frankfort Last ff 1 Week the Largest in the History H of this Great Order t 4 cT W H McDonald Responded to Address of Welcome in Very Forceful and Interesting Address The greatest mooting of lied Men ever hold in Kentucky was held last Tuesday and Wednes day at Frankfort when the great Council met there in annual ses I sion sionThe The open session was held in the Assembly Hall on Tuesday morning and the address of wel I come upon behalf of the city was hy Mayor Hume and responded I ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1908

fTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I t Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky j Entered as BocondClasa Matter February 19th KKH at the Postofflco at Uarbourvlllc Ky 4 under Act or Congrcaa of March 3rd 1879 i 189EDITOR D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody I 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this oftlce by phone RiiiK up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this oflloe If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 L The Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knox Connty I OANDIDATKS ANNOUNCEMENTS Irtnmry Juno Silt yfa For Jailer We arc authorized to lyftnonnco FLANK RY HAM or atiintKK naa cnmlklnte for Miler of Knox Count subject to the ietloU of tho Hepubllen arty In primary electlou < s 1 For Assessor Wo nro authorized to nnuouncu DANIEL GHAOE OK HAILKT SWITCH nan candidate for tho otllco of Assessor ur Knox County subject to tho action of tho Republican party In primary F...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1908

n THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I D W CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY I > S T SUBSCRIPTION PRICE I d One Year in advance 100 I FOR CORONER rA Wo lire authorized to announce HIRAM YEAR of Hnrlxmrrllle ns n candidate for Coroner of Knox County subject to the iictlon of the Hopulillcar party In primary June nth A FOR SHERIFF To the Republicans of Knox Countv I am n candidate eubjuct to tho ac tion of the Republican party for the t c office of Sheriff of Knox county election 1009 ° Trusting that my candidacy may J have the approval of the Republi cans of the county I pledge to all 1 4if elected a faithful prompt and earnest discharge of all the duties of I the office L H JAKVIS A ra 4 a9 3i > 333931 EEEEteEEEp a PERSONALS iSJ 1 nO Am f m Around Townt 3333 EEEeEEEEEeEie I f John M Tinsley made a trip to v Indianapolis Ind last week I Judge Sampson made a business i trip to the Bluegrass last Friday D W Clark made a business trip to Knoxville Tenn last Tuesday Edward Johnson of Conlport ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 May 1908

< t VY rr w Vr + w www I c THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN l f 1 Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers Wj as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Mothersm l from the Editorial Pen Mil wv wwww G wwwvv ww G + WHY DONT YOU DO IT NOW r Sometime you mono to mom your ways Why dont you do It now You hope to win the whole worlds prnlso Why dont you do It now Youve always road In prose and rhyme I The present Is tho golden time II you are ever going to climb Why dont you do It now In short no matter what youre planned Why dont you do it now It you have work right at your hand Why dont you do It now Successful men are never late Youll fall If you procrastinate If you have vowed to conquer fate Why dont you do It now a s WHY BOYS THINK THBY SHOULD LEARX According to the idea of tunnyof the rising generation a young man tshould learn to lie to flirt to cheat 3 to swear to drink to play billiards to swagger in the streets to live lL without work to ogle every pretty...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1908

r f Jt fTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE c s r = 1 r A X KntiriMl HR SpoondOlnss Matter Krlilnv P < biitrv lilth 10l lit the 1oatolllco ut IlnrbourVlllu Knox County Ky under Act of Confess of Mnrdh jnl 1870 i I MOTTO Ii VK Fou Onu PniKNDs Do TUB OHKATKHT AMOUNT OK foot WB IUN TO THE IM linear NUVIIBH or PKOPLR > t < = = = 7 = = i = = = = = = = 7 = = = = = = = = = 7 C = 7 77 1 f tTernlS i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 29 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 16 G A R I Decoration Services Will Be wxConducted at Union College Chapel on Saturday r May 301 908 at 1030am Under the Auspices of 0 1 John G Eve Post No 221 Of Knox County Plenty of speakers and music will be on hand for the occasion All old soldiers t A are earnestly invited to be present All secret orders of Barbourville are invited to join in the parade After the speaking U the graves in the Cemetery will be deco J rated The public are cordially intited I G F BRETZ Adjutant MR DAN SHORTER i IBuried Sunday Afternoon ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1908

y rtlHMQUNT A N DYOcA1 Published Every Friday at Barboiirville Kentucky i R Entorod as SecondClass Matter February Math 100111t tho Iostotllco ut Ilnrbourvllle Ky io r under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 s < D iWILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER J M > J Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody R 1J1 I 1 r i L Is the for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone lUng up Central Mid ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ollloo if you have Tate Camp Ground Telephone service 14 t i The Official Organ of the Reublican Party In Knox Connty I OANDIDATKS ANNOUNCEMKNTS l For Jailer Wo nro nuthorlzoil to nnnouneo FLANF RoY HAM orGiirtiLEK ns n candidate for Jailer of Knox Oounty subject to the notion of the Republics party In primary election For Assessor We are authorized to nnnouneo DANIEL GRACE w IIAILKY SWITCH us iv candidate for the oillce of Assessor of Knox County subject to the notion of the Republican party in primary a at For ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1908

fTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE D W CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY nOne One Your In ndvanco tp liUU i t 333y393a339EEEE EEE13 2 PCRSONALSs r m m m Around Town ° EeESEeEiJ 99333939EEEEEEEEEEEE t iC iCr Lcxingtonci this week Mrs M P Burke is on the sick list this week > Miss liess Johnson spent a few days in Pineville this weeki Tom Smith has been on Goose creek for the past two weeks visiting CI Miss Sue KiriR lcft Saturday alter hoon for Middlesboro to visit rela i tics tiresMother Mother Cole returned Saturday from weeks visit to her old home in the county J Ii Byrley of Lexington came down Monday and spent a few days with homefokg Judge F D Sampson and Mayor a v Roht W Cole made a business trip to Warren last Tuesday filrsjoseph Hampton who was I JJopcrated on last week for appendi J 1icitis is improving nicely Miss Lora D Vincent of Camp Ground Ky is the charming guest of Miss Maud McDonald this week Mrs J M Hays and children left Sunday for Corbin while her hus band makes a busine...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1908

r THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 1 Pleasant Evening RevcrlesA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers t as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude MothersI t i = from the Editorial Peni TALK WITH YOUNG MEN The ypung man with limited means who lips but a few hundred dollars to begin life with or perhaps has nothing but a pair of strong and wijling hands we would say to all such that the farm is the best place in the world Do not be afraid to toil but set an example to the weak lazy loiterer about town by putting your hand to the plow If you are a young married man then the farm offers still greater in ducements We knew it will cost your young wife pangs to seperate from friends and home in town but is she is a true woman she will do it without a murmur for the bat tle of life is an earnest one and we must each sustain our part Do not expect to begin your married life in the same style that your lath er andmother are now enjoying in their old ages with the truits of many years of toil but b...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1908
Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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