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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1908

y JfHiE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 7 = = C Entered an SooondOlnas Muttor Krliliiy Kelitutr y Iflth 1001 at tho Iostollloo lit Ilurbourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act or Congress or March 3rd 1879 MOTTO t < iVK FOR lull PIIIKNIIH Do rUt OKKATKUT AMOUNT or loou Wr OAK TO THE IMKOKST NVMIIRII or PKOPIB T = = = = = = = = = = = 7 = = = ZC = = Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 5 1908 Fifth Year Vol5 No 17 4 XW DECORATION DAY no no f Observed in Very Fitting Manner I Here Last Saturday v H After Speaking the Groves of Soldiers Were Dec L orated by Members of G A R Post r Residences and Business Houses Decorated for Occasion 1 Barbourville never witnessed ijjv a more patriotic day than on last j Saturday when in honor of the i > day the residences and business V I houses were fittingly decorated fa in flags and bunting in commemoration I oration of the National Decora 1tion Day V John G Eve Post No 221 as jr sembled at the courthouse and headed by the Red Mens Bund 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. — 5 June 1908

1 v A f T r > i P r Ir litr 1 THE MOUNTAIN ABVOCATEi c 4 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Kutorod QB SecondClass Matter February luth loot nt the rostoilleo at llnrbourrillc Ky under Act of Cimgresa of March 8rd 1879 < 1 DWILL 1 CLARKEDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Ts Is the number for those desiring to communicate with tj ls olllco by phone Hint up Central and nsk for number Yon will then be connected direct with tilt allloe If yon luvvo Tho Oanip Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ of the Roublictiu Party in Knox Connly OANIMOATKS ANNOrXORMKNTS For Jailer V 0 ore Hut UorUril to Announce KUANKKY HAM Die GrttnI i ns n aniHlldttti or Jnllor nt Knox Count subHtct to the action of tliu llvpttbllcn party In primary election For Assessor MV are HiithorlxtHl to announce DAX1KL UKACB OP lUium HWITCH I nS cnndcIAtl for the other of Awittor of I Knox County HUl > J cl to tin net Ion of th tblltePllhlltUl Itapul...

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

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I D VT OI ARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY IJSOmrriON PRICE One Tear in advanco lp 180 ct 33333339333E EEE 6 f i PERSONALS L m Around Town a 9 99EeeeseEeeEee + f i t Miss Elizabeth Lock has return ied home Ji homeCob I Cob S F Hock of ROB lnnd wns iii town Tuesday yC C Bvrlcv was down from Si UKs mines Sunday I 1 r Mrs M P Burke left last Satur f day for Bristol Tenn Mrs II L Pitman spent a few 5 clavs this week at Ivlvs C Mrs James McDonald viitedrcl iPv ntivesmt Pineville Sunday and Mon tt y day Judge F D Sampson and W W ivrlev were in Corbin Saturday evening > n v ning i V Misses Kiln Smith and Bertha Lyt tie made a flying trip to Corbin last J SundnI Jack Hughes has returned from a delightful visit to relative down in I Tennessee I Miss Maud McDonald has return ed from a pleasant visa to friends f 2 nt Camp Ground Ky Miss Lou It Smyth of Madison r Ind is visiting the family of Dr J H Smyth in this city ijv Prof II L Pitman wife and babe r > returned T...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1908

Il ittm THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN Mothersm Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers 1 I as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughtsr 1 I from the Editorial Pen C I To YOUNG MARRIED FOLKS iI It is natural that a girl should wish to appear at her best before a man she loves It is equally nat ural that a man should be careful to + keep his shortcomings from the girl he is desirous of making his wife He is thoughtful of her comtort spends all his spare time in her com pany will not see that she has any faults that his relatives point out to him and it is not exacting except as regards the amount of affection bestowed upon himself The engag ed girl is a person of importance petted by her friends and indulged by her family Her plans and wish es often have the first consideration Little is required of her and much is f yielded to her Finally after noth ing but consideration for herself the Pji I t wedding day comes andwIth it a I gradual change in the orde...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1908
Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1908
Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1908

1 < THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCAjf1 t Dr Wi CLARK EDITOR f BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY I ft unscmiTioN PRICE < M DCI niOno PiUIJ One Year in udvunco < M iUIJ 1 aa9 aa9aaaaeEEEeEEE ca PERSONALS m j Around Town V 1 a 3 aaaaBaEEEEEEEEEeEE ° p J D Tugglc was in London last uMiss Monday Maud McDonald is on the + sick list this week Hiram Yea rey made a flying trip t to Grays Wednesday afternoon 1 J E > Charles Curdof Williamsburg 1111 I as a visitor in this place lost Sun J1r day Misses Lena Wilson and Luln 1 Jones left last Saturday for Rich i mond < y mondDr Dr J B Wcsterfield returned last fir Wednesday morning from a trip to Oklahoma John Woodward general man l 511 alter of the Camp Ground Telephone f Lo was in town last Wednesday tt Mr Joseph Berry is rapidly im 4proving at the hospital in Lou isville mId will soon be able torc r turn home fir < J Frank Hawn left Wednesday morning for Lexington where he 1 goes to attend the Democratic State Convention ConventionI r I F Hawn J R T...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1908

t t THE HOME CIRCLE MN1 = 7i MothersM W J M Jas as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts i from the Editorial Pen Wf 4 rf v Old people have faults like chil dren but they have mothers to for give them I s1 Young people should remember that you cannot trust a man simp ly because you see that the golden rule pinned on the front of his hat f1ut These days we sit on the shady side of the car walk on the shady f side of the street and sit in the sha d window of the house Let us also walk on the sunny side of life and see the disjointed things of life Supplement what the children learn at school with reading lessons at home Reading aloud is good k and give information to members of the home cicle who circle who may ib be obliged to work their hands in the evening If T a When tempted to critcise the food on the food on the home table re member the adage that silences is golden Criticism is never so exas I rating to the housekeepers as at the 1 table where in spite of ha...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1908

IlliffFtf j Y i H1 i 1 Xi v F TH fRI M 1DVOCAT I rrifji II NOUNTAIN rt17tV s 1 rl 4 = = = = = d = = = = = = Entered ns Soeond Class Mutter Friday Kotmurv Inch HKt at tho Iostollloo tit llarlxmrvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Con ro88 of March > rd 1870 J I MOTTO LtvK Knu OUH IIHKNIIH Io TUB OHBATKST AMOUNT op loon WK jAN TO TUB LAIIGKHT NOMIIEH or PEOPLE I t = = = = = = = = = = = = = c = = = = = = = = = tfI Terms 1 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 19 Ji1 i tF h j E OVATION BY HOME FOLKS I t Given Caleb Powers Upon His Arri i f val Home Sunday Morning It Fully One Thousand People Met Him at the Depot < to Welcome Him Back to Loved Ones of < Mr Powers Gave Pine Address Upon Reaching Court House 1 c < LastSunday morning when the 30 BO train arrived tit the depot fully one thousand people had gathered there to welcome Hon Caleb Powers back to his old home and friends The special edition of the Mountain Advocate that was is s...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1908

° Q YFIH3 MOUNTINtADVOCkTR x 4 5 + a rl Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecondClass Matter Fobrunry 10th 100 at tho Postoftlco at Iiarbourvlllc Ky t under Act of Congress of March 3rd 18TO = DAVILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody > i < I 4 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this otnco bv phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this ollloe If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 J The Official Organ of the Roublicun Party in Knux County I OANDIDATK8 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge AVe are authorized to announce HON WILLIAM LEWIS of Lnurul County as ft onmllUute for OIUOUIT JUDGE of this the 7th Jtulfelnl District of Ken luckY subject to tho notion of the He publican party as expressed by primary election or convention nx the case may t > < > Tile vote and influence of everyone is earnestly solicited For Circuit Court Clerk Wo ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1908

Olf THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE J D AV CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Qf nfl OnJ hYYI L t 999e9999999eEEEEeEE Mir 1T 4 PERSONALS dmr 1f Around Town m > + 3 999999 EeeEEEeEeEEE ° i J II Cottongim ol this city was t in Emanuel Wednesday J R Tuggle and A M Decker were in Pineville this week tI r Quite a number of Flat Lick peo pie were in town this week 5 A J Walker of Corbin was in > town Wednesday afternoon Miss Florence S Wilson is visiting friends in Pineville this week Mrs IVilsan01 Pineville is visit 1 ing the family of A M Decker tlrs lot 4 weekJittIe Little Miss Jessie Wilson is visit ing her aunt out in the country this week weekMrs r Mrs Rebecca Taylor of Walker is a new subscriber to the Advocate b this week k Miss Klla Smith returned the lat ik J ° ter pact of last week from a visit to I I < r Georgetown FR M Stansbury left lost Sunday r V > morning to attend the Chicago con vention this week John II Sampson after spending several weeks in Cloy ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 June 1908

I t r i lt JT x ATHE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN h Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughts I from the Editorial Pen I wwwwww wwwww rf I It is not a favorable omen to see I seci > a man smoking a cob pipe while his wife milks the cow If you have a bitter pill to take gulp it down dont chew it So many people chew their pills and oh how bitter s tt It has been said that to have the children in your power would be to control the destiny of the world but give us the mothers and let them realize their power and we will have the children t Every honest prayer that is breath i ed every cross that is carried ev i cry trial is that is well endured tJecQ good work for our fellowmen 6 lovingly done every little task that t F is conscientiously perfo r m c d for Christs glory helps to make Chirt ian character beautiful and to load its boughs with Apples of gold for Gods basket of silver p 1 1 t Parents keep your boys off...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1908

3 l MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 0 U h T Entered ns SecondClass Matter Friday Pobn irv IDth 1001 of the PostolHco ut Harbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 MOTTO lavB Foil OOH IIENDRDo Tug OIIKATKHT 4 AMOUNT OK loon WB OAK TO THB LAriOESTNuMnEU or PKOPM 1 = = = c Ku Terms 00 Per Year iii Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 20 4 ry n i PRACTICALPOLITICS POLITICS r > A Synopsis of the Sermon t > I mon Delivered by Rev T B Ter Terj j 1 1 u hune Sun 1I < day f v > The following sermon by utor Amer pastor of our town will be j read with much interest by many f f of our render TI Then went the Pharisees and i took counsel how they might en tangle him in his talk And they sent out unto him their di ciples with their Horodians sav ing Master we know that thou art true and teachest the way of God in truth neither carest thou j for any man for thou regardest not the person of men Tell us therefore what thinkest thou Is it lawful ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1908

I Tm13 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATEfi W Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky > HHKntorcd as SecondClass Matter February IBthklWM ot tho Postofllco at DarboufvJllo Ky HH > under Act of Congress of March Unl 1870 > I I < 1870EDITORAND RUt3USHERa j Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody e14 > 3w = Is the number for those desiring to communicate wltb this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this otiloe if you youh 14 I The Official Organ of the Roublican Party in Knox Connty I < CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS j z For Circuit Judge I Wo are authorized to announce JS HON WILLIAM LEWIS of Lnurol County iyas n candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE of V this the 27th Judfclal District of Ken Lucky subject to the action of the Ho f publican party as expressed by primary I election or convention as the case may be The vote and Influence of everyone Is earnestly solicited For Circuit Court Clerk We nro authorized to nnnoun...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1908

i THE OUNTAIN ADVOCATE D W CLARK EDITOR s BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY a r BUBSCKIPTION PRIOR 1Ono Year in advance i I 100 iJ Jt a 9 a 9 3 999 9EieeefeeE ita i a m r Around Townti it > ata3t3 t ee dE eeeeeeeJI H C Black visited at Enmnuel last Sunday I = iEmery Clark made a trp to Brush > r Creek Monday I t Mrs P D Brittain has been quit e I Fv riil for time r Zina Hitchcock left last Sunday night for Coviugton r Little Miss Katherine Oislunan is w on the sick list this week I w 7Sheriff Croley of Willinmsburg = was a courtday visitor in to vn last Monday MondayJudge Judge J C Mnynor of Corbin Y was in town last Monday on legal business I it Miss Elsie Wilson returned Tues clay from a visit to her sister in Cin r c i11ati JW H McDonrld of Barbourville was in town Wednesday Middles k boro Record r a Misses Lulu Jones and Lena Wil sou returned Tuesday afternoon r i Irotn Richmond v Hon R S Rose of Williamsburg h was in town several days the first c > of this week on legal business &...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 June 1908

r iVJ HOME C iCLE CONA ingt which shows that she iss hyp 1 ocrite and is a twosided person If v Ifhe married that girl he would I have a little hell of his own Such a l t girl would make a man wish he had l never seen any woman except his own mother No matted how close the relation between a mother and son a day is liable to come when the son will find a girl that he will marry and though he may not think less of his mother he will not have quite so much time to devote to her but if he is such a son as the the one mentioned there will never be a day but he will think of some thing that he can do His good wife if she is good will join him in any thing that can make the mother who bore him happy And a day will come when the mother will lay down her knitting and take off her spectacles and her burden of life will be laid down and her last prayer will be for the son who has been joked by a fool girl for be l ing tied to her apron strings and ° she will close her eyes in death with that ...

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 July 1908

< J y PTHNOU1AINXDVOCATLI Entered as socond Class Matter Krlilny Kelmarv 19th tOOl nt the PostolHco at Harbourvtllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1878 MOTTO LIVE Foil limn FiiiKvns Do TUB GIIFATEHT AMOUNT or HOOD WE RAN TO THE LAKHEST NUXIIEII or PEOPLE YTerms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY Jul1ft 3 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 21 n w DIRT BROKEN for New Girls Dormitory y at Baptist Church Eight thousand Dollar Build f ing to be Completed by December I Wednesday morning July 1 j was an epoch that marked an > i rr era of advancement in our town r iand especially in educational lines when a small audience as t j sembled on the promises and af tor strong and stirring addresses by Judge H 0 Faulkner Oapt w t B B Golden Judge F D Samp I xsou Rev J T Stamper and Prof f Detweilor Rev Arvin with j mattock in hand broke the sod f for the erection of a new Girls Dormitory = This new building when com v pleted will be 40x40 feet and three stories abo...

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 July 1908

il I L 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 0 r x 1 A Entered aa 5ocond Class Matter February 10th lOOt at the Postofflco at Barbourvlllo Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 I I Di WILL CLARKr MMEDITOR IINO PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14 Is 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 office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 IkThe Official Organ of the Reublican Party IB Knox Connty I w Notice to Candidates Our advertising rates for candi dates announcements for County officers are 500 each and the cash 3S must accompany the order We are > glad to make your announcement for you but you must comply with n these terms to insure your an nouncement to appear D W CLARK Editor CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge Wo are authorized to announce HON WILM AM LEWIS of Laurel County as u candi...

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 July 1908

y E j j = 7 ikI ij Ii w > C14Y t t 11 to I tx y iI ff I Ir 4it ti to ii 4Ai 0 t tit J 2 < f Pi lH MOtiNTl11M AOVOGAIE 1 D Vt CLARK EDITOR 1 t Y BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY I t SUBSCRIPTION PRICK I One Year In advance J i I p 1 euu 1 I t L 1 9i393 999999geEeE eeE IpeRSONALS m Around TownJ j l 1 t 9 9 am eeEEeEeEeeEeeer W7 > 1 Hoti3fcb Stcxynrt of Corbin was in town Tuesday attending court If Miss Maud McDonald attended ti the big meeting at Baileys Sunday r lMiss Myrtle Cole is the guest of 11 Miss Maggie Jackson on the Cum F berland River this week Ir Mrs J S Miller and daughter l tS S Miss Jessie returned last week from f < a visit to relatives at Richmond j Hon Win Lewis left Monday 4 night on his way to Onedin where 11h is billed to deliver an address on July 4th Mr and Mrs J B Stivers of Cor lectreA Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs P D Brittain on 7 I l < North Main Street iJ Attorney J M Gilbert wife and children visited relatives at Pine r ville last Sunday Mr Gilbert ...

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 July 1908

ffth t tlw e fJiW It kf J f 11 r tift i t < r i t WJi 1w r i t fiJftjtr tt r h c t IJ fJi I il tX > il 4 siLJ THE HOME CIRCLE CQLUMN Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers W as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts ftj from the Editorial Pen B5 L t Never suspect a friend of doing i 1 you wrong until the proof of it is as i > plain nnd clear as the sun at noon tI on a cloudless day and thenyes t z even then do not accuse or censure I until you have heard from his own lips his version of the supposed wrong It you were ever a friend to him he is certainly entitled to that I much forbearance and considera tion If this rule was practiced many a misunderstanding would be averted and many a heartache spar ed Young women have the same long ing to get away from their native towns and live among new scenes and changed surroundings that boys are possessed of They feel the I weight of local environments even more than the opposite sex and fre ...

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