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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 September 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCAtE t I r t i Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as Second Class Matter February loth 1004 at the FostoUleo at Ilarbourvlllc Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 f CLARK EDITOfl AND PUBLISHER D WILL Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Is Is tho number for those doslrfng to communicate with this < pfllce by phone Thing up Central mid ask for number You will thon be connected direct with this atlioo if you have Tho Camp Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox Connty I Notice to Candidates Our advertising rates for candi dates announcements for County officers are 500 each and the cash must accompany the order We arc glad to make your announcement for you but you must complywith hese terms to insure your an nouncement to appear D W CLARK Editor CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce HON WILLIAM LEWIS of Laurel County ns H candidate for CIRCUIT J...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 September 1908

H tv W Mit lIoi Ja ry n r jt W THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rIW D W CLARK EDITOR 1 a BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY t t uuscmi TioN PRICE I qi + i or One Year in advance Q 1nn P Ii uu D of ie9 EEEEEeEE Iot t tG PERSONALS cU im e Around Town fiC an i rg i ° aa 99 9EEEeEEEEEEEEJ I ate no I till has returned from h 11 Baker a leg tii 1 business trip to Nashville e ll P01 tktf Miss Jessie Decker left this week to reenter school at Carlisle Indll1 k i IHS 11 4 T 0 G Ragan of London was in wh tlf gry lown Tuesday and paid this office a theso the 1 > cnllylll t > Hon R S Rose of Williamsburg tChnl has been attending court here this mil t week p weekVoder ident I A Vader McDonald left Tuesday for lh St Mary Kyr where he will attend trol dol r sc Idol loplnr4 t list 1 Mrs Nannie Hoskins visited 1JissII 1 Maggie Jackson in Williamsburg fitl this weekstu crl Mrs W E Faulkner left Vednes SCI vdny to join her husband at WnshreI ington D Cto pn I Col and Mrs W R Hughes left his wI r Wednesday for Louisvill...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 September 1908

> r r E 1 fire atrr 1 J tom J fl THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN I t j Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers 5 as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts M t from the Editorial Pen f 4 I w ww wawaw J s J sss FAREWELL TO SUMMER Jt Summer Is fading the brond loaves t that grow 11So freshly green when June was young > ftre falling r And all the whisperhaunted forest > through The restless birds in saddened tones are calling callingFrom From rustling hazel corpse and tan glod dell > Farewell Sweet Summer Fragrant fruity Summer Sweet farewell Upon the windy hills In many a field The honeybees hum slow above the clover Gleaning the latest sweets its blos somsmay yield And knowing that their harvust time is over Sing half a lullaby and half a knell Farewell sweet Summer Honey ladeued Summer Swoet farewell I Tho little brook that babbles mid the ferns Oer twisted roots and sandy shal a lows playing ro800ms fain to linger in its eddied turns And w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1908

7ff1I THE MOUNTAfN ADVOCATE = Eiituitii n < soconriOlusa Mnttiir Irlilav Kcbtuuv HUH iwil at the Pustnmoo itt tlarLx urvlllu Knux County Ky uinlor Act of 0 < in ross of Mnroh 3rd 1B7U 4 t rAIUIt iIV1 Poll Ollll FI IPNi13nn TlIK OltKATKHT AMOUNT OK 0H I > WK IUX TO TUB IiAIUIKST NllMllBIt OFIKOPIE r Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BAI BOUR IIiO KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 251908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 33 4 h h h h I < EIGHTY = SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 1 t I 3f the Kentucky Conference Opened If V Wednesday Morning h JJ fl Fiill Attendance of Hinisters Present and an inter > esting Week Promised i FORtry It tryW i 1 W I ffitshop Davtd Jff Moore I m ioooooocoocoooooocoooooooooaooooc CCCOOCOG < m j David II Moore DD LLD born September 4 1888 I Admitted to Ohio Confecence 1800 Spent three years i in Civil War President of Wesleyaii Female College i 18758Q Chancellor Denver University 188008 Editor Western Christian Advocate Cincinnati Ohio 1800 i Elected Bishop 1900 lIs to pll sid...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1908

rTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE y < Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I Entered OB SuoonilClaM Muttor February 10th 1P04 nt tho IostoHIco ut HarbourvllloKy uudor Act of Cuiucrws of March 3rd 18W r EDITOR AND PUBLISHER D WILL CLARK Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Is Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this olllco bv phone Itinj up Central Riul ask for numbor You will then bo oonuooted direct with this olllco if you have The Camp Ground Tolephono service 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Kilo Comity I Notice lo Candidates Our advertising rates for cant I dates announcements for Count officers are 500 each and the cnsh if must accompany the order We art glad to make your amiouncemen for you but you must comply with hesc terms to insure your ftt nouncement to appear < D W CLARK EditorI CAN DIDNlI 8 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge AVe tIrt authoriawl to announce HOX WILLIAM LEWIS of Lnuivl Count H0 a tHiidWnt for CIRCUI...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1908

rI i SUPPLEMENT TO The Mountain Advocate 4 Barbourvllle Ky Friday Sept 25 1908 ryy e FOR THE COUNTRYS GOOD M Why the Republican Party Should Be Successful Next < at > November Bjr PERRY F POWERS Tho Republican party should bo successful next November because tho messago that announced its victory to tho American people would contain moro of tho assuranco that would add to national and Individual courage and hope and gladness than could V como from any other cause It would bo an assurance that would become a happy factor in plans for tho futuro discussed by tho fireside groups in millions of American homes and to farm and factory and shop and mlno It would come as a forward call in directions that havo made our coun try unique for progress among the A peoples of the world f Tho success of tho Republican par 4 ty at the coming election would bo a national declaration that tho Ameri y can people would hold to tho ideals i 4 and tho standards that havo mado the I history of our co...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1908

Ir F BUNS LATEST NOSTRUM kHlS WORST BLOW AT THRIFT i His Bank Deposits Guarantee Scheme a Proposal to Rob De v 4 ± positors of Millions of Dollars T1T IS A MONSTROUS INJUSTICE r J irtS Kjous Same Congenital Generosity r AVith Other Peoples Money This a Year as Ho Did in 1SOO When p lie Assaulted the Rights of Property With His Dishon est FiftyCent Dollar Bryan was very willing to be elect isd President in 1S96 and 1900 at the cost of fifty cents on tho dollar to bo liald by everybody who had a dollar Tho same congenital generosity with other peoples money is shown in his latest stolen patent for catching vote his scheme for guaranteeing bank deposits at the expense of the bank depositors It Is quite as dishonest as the flat fiftycunt dollar which he urged upon the people in 1S96 and put forward again with some shak ing of tho knees in 1900 In ono feature however the fiftycent dollar had it been adopted instead of being beingIndlgnant1 Indignantly rejected by the American people woul...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1908

t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE it N II W CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY p 8U11SOHIPTION PRICE l One Year in advuncoI p 1nn a39EEEEEEE ea t PERSONALS m Around Town ° aH 8 3 EEEEEEEEcEEEF Judge Black made a business trip to Pincvtlle Tuesday Rev T M Myers of Kasns City Mo will arrive here Saturday judge S B Dishnmn is attending court at Whjtesburg this week Coland Mrs W R Hughes at tended the State Hair last week in Louisville W H Green and S A Smith have returned from a few weeks stay in Indianac c Mrs A N Hcrndon nnd John K Tinsley are in Louisville I this week buying jiew goods Hnrbpiirville has been filled this week with Methodist preachers who are attending the annual conference Wm Gray who has been quite ill at the home of Josephus Moore on j Manchester street is slowly improv l ingHen Hen Logan has returned returned from the Eastern Kenucky Lunatic Asylum and is again a familiar f character Rev P HIibright of Kingsville 1 is the guest this wuek of the family ol D W Clark and atten...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 September 1908

tWHYTAfT SHOULD WIN t v Prosperity Depends on Repub t 3r lican Success it A RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT jy Nation Has Grown Rich and Groat Under Sound Principles and Wise 6Policies of Grand Old Party De mocracys Record Is One of Failure Bccnuso the principles anti policies the men nud measures of the Itepub j Ucau party nre essential to the pros porlty of nil our people null to the wel fare of our beloved land the pres ident of the United States nud nil associated with him In authority the congress which formulates the laws for our protection and the courts which construe the laws lu accordance with tbo letter and spirit of our const tutlon should be in sympathy with tin purposes of the Republican party whose administrations have made this < mighty nation respected nnd admired wherever governments are known i among men j The principles of the Republican pnr i ty are the same as were employed by Washington Hamilton and their com j patriots In the early days of the repub lie They were th...

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

II 16 r t iI r 14Extra Edition l cr S y P EditionTim MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE = = = = = c = = VOLUME 5 BARUOURVILLE KY SUNDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 27 1DOS NUM hER 35 g i s METHODIST PREACHERS I tiSpend a Full Week as the Quests of f the Citizens of Barbourville IN Reception and Banquet Given Thursiday Night by Iff t in Honor of Ministers hi Ministersc + fe f Largely Attended and Enjoyed lij I fi i ASSIGNMENT OF PREACHERS BY THE BISHOP The Mightysecond session of 1 the Kentucky Conference closed f f hit night and the preachers now return to begin the work of a new year Some to the sumo + Holds in which they have labor aed for the past year while I others go to new fields and meet 4yne v faceR but all go out with uI + determination to do the work of I the Muster I s The session throughout has been one of interest and pleas to the citizens as well as the ax ministers and wo believe we but A but voice the sentiment of allj when we say we arc glad they t came among us The business sessions have be...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 September 1908

t t Local PICK Ups f Bishop Moore made a business trip to Middlesboro Saturday t morning miurningRev Rev Joe Bretz has boon visi ting home folks and attending Conference I Rev 0 A Fellows preached do the school childron at the courthouse Friday night R Some Of our citizens were dis i appointed by their guests failing to como to attend Conference There were more than ono bun drod Methodist ministers in town tb attend the Annual Confer once M re Delia L Williams deliv prod a forceful address on Home Missionary work Wednesday af j ternoon I The Evunglistic sermon of Rev 0 W Bunton Oil Friday after non was enjoyed by a large at tendance j Rev P Hl + bright was given the superannuated relation with v the conference at the session < just closed 11 The preachers comment upon the great improvements in Bar r bourvillo since they were hero = r four years ago u The Wostorn Methodist Book Concern of Cincinnati had a representative here during the entire session if Conf eIlClI i Rev 0 S Baket...

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 September 1908

I 6 z SKETCH of3 KENTUCKY METHODISM TIII HIJ first Methodist preacher to enter the State of Ken tucks was Rev Francis Clark a local preacher from fromVirginin Virginin who settled near where the present city of Danville is now located This wits in the year 1783 1788one one hundred and twentyfive c + irs ago lie was a spiritual man and succeeded in organizing several societies among lit seniors At this tune Kentucky was only a county of Virginia and nine years before she was admitted to statehood in 1712 Tin first ollicial appointments for miiiislets in Kentucky were made in 178G when James Haw and Benjamin Ogden both young men were assinged to the two Kentucky cir cuits Lexington and Danville Methodism continued to grow with the advancement of civilization in the new States and as curly as 1808 the Wes tern Conference was held at Liberty Mill Tennessee and the appointments made at that conference covered Ohio Indiana Kentucky Tennessee and Mississippi In 18K5 the Western Conference ...

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 September 1908

View of Union College Buildings and Grounds r METHODIST PREACHERS Continued from First Page t n x On Sunday morning Bishop ° Moore preached at 11 oclock at Union College Chapel to a pack ed house and at night all the pulpits in town were filled by 7 Methodist ministers This morning at 830 Confer once convened for the closing service of this session and after all the matter had been disposed Last night after the add res of Rev Coker on Home Missions and Church Extension the Bistop reaS out the assignments for the con J fQrence year as follows i j i Ii ASHLAND DISTRICT Ashland District t Suptp p AshlandB o First Church J I Wean Second Church Anion Uoreing Zr BlaineG 0 Wagner Catlettsburg A H Davis Crum II D Coope East Point Clarence A Plummcr Fullerton S U Elsea Grayson A A WilsoL Greenup NH Young and J M Literal Louisa Thos Hanford j Douisa Circuit J A Williams Olive Hill G W Howes Paintsville J D Waist Pikeville 0 G Raga j Pik viJJe Circuit to be supplied p Richardson Cyrus Riffle F...

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

NJAIN ADVOCATE 4 A w9it v Vv V rst t f s + Kgtorea Nbooon < JCI MMUor Krlrlnv FohtUdfV 19th 1110t UMi > i 1fF j4dx iuikylllo Knox County Ky under Act offloniress of March 3nl I87U e Mrr i f x2 < M i Fi < A 7k i MOiTO iJJivie KOII OUR FIHKNIW Do Tun OHKATBST Axfltfa Wauionn WE OAN TO THB IAHOMT Nrwiiru or PEOPLE < u xTermsf 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURV1LLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1908 Fifth Year Vol 5 No 34 METHODIST MINISTERS i Spend y a Fu1JWeek as the Quests of K the Citizens of Barbourville II 5i Reception and Banquet Given Thursiday Nighty by i d itizens in Honor of Visiting Ministers 1 i Largely Attended and Enjoyed t 1 ASSIGNMENT OF PREACHERS BY THE SHOP DR JOHN D HITCHCOOKj I Pastor of the First Methodist Church Barbourvill Ky I I Dr Hitchcock was assigned to the Barbourville i work last year and moved herd with his estimable foul I fly from Uovington where he had servedone year He has only been in tha Kentucky Conference twoI years having come by transfe...

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

if < 1 d L THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE < Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Kntorod as SecondClass Matter February 19th 1004 at tho Tostofflco at Uarbourvlllc Ryi I r under Act of Cougrvss of March 3rd 1878 1 Ia I v D WILL CLARK 4EDITOR AND PUBLISHER x + r Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14 Is the 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 olllco if you ave The Camp Ground Telephone service 1 Ei The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox Connty I = > SKETCH OP KENTUCKY METHODISM 1oT HE first Methodist preacher to enter the state of Ken tucky was Rev Francis Clark a local preacher KenI Virginia who settled near where the present city of Danville is now located This was in the year 1783 one hundred and twentyfive years ago He was a spiritual man and succeeded in organizing several societies among the settlers At this time Kentucky was 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. — 2 October 1908

T T r t G 1 It I > + yJ 4 W + 1 > V J 4 r r H j blrS44A r MB TAFT DOE JrTHJNGSr J < J One > lticia nt That Shows the Quality < 1of the Man t d Thlslhcldent affords perhaps ns good nil ltbtglit Into the psychology of Mr 1IrY Itllt i tHt way lit works and the way lie f play1 for when lie plays he plavn ns 1 hard and zestfully as lie works With t fhllil tie thing Is to do It Accomplish hnJlJlplIll1i i r while Mrs Taft was on the sea bound > < for Manila to open the Philippine as Bombly The narrator watihod the pro rceediugs at close rauge Throe men stood between docks on the steamship away up In the eyes of the ship and contemplated a hole ten feet above their heads A narrow Iron ladder led perpendicularly to the deck The 111I i cumferenec of the hole Wowed to n1i proximate that of a sugar barrel One I 1kt of the men Ambassador Oltrlcu bound for Tokyo was tall and spore s loan and sinewy The second Judge y Thomas Burke of Seattle was short shorty larger and heavier...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1908

T v The Mountain AdvocateSupplement v v Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered oa SecondClass Natter February 10th 1904 at tho Postofllco nt Unrbourville Ky VXv under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 p I ISTBEDITOR D WILL CLARK EDITOR IIND PUBLISHER < Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this olllce by phone RiiiR up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this olllco if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 II > The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty I A ftOANDtDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS > V For Circuit Judge 1 t Wo nro authorized to announce ZION WILLIAM LEWIS of Luurol County iiusn JUDGE of usn candidate for CIRCUIT r It tills tho 27th Judicial District of Ken tucky subject to tho action of tho Re K publican party as expressed by primary election December Bth IPOS Tho vote and Influence of everyone Is + earnestly solicited 1 f For Com...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1908

T W R u aT i q V + G t iW < 1f Y fir a iM A MAN IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE KEEPS i VETERAN AND BONDHOLDER I I Interest Saved by n Reduction In tho 4Bates on Public Dcbt n Generous Government Awards to tho Old Soldier Ono of tho most striking facts In tho history of tho Republican party fs its generosity to the man who have f fought the battles of the Republic on land and sea When tho Civil War cndod in 18 Co the country was loaded down with a debt of about 32350 00000npon which interest payments were 150977079 Tho country at that time possessed a population of St About 35000000 or considerably less d1 than half the population today The accumulation of wealth was In a much smaller ratio to population than the present wealth of the coun h try because of tho tremendous in I crease In the power of the human mind and hand which has come from tho development of laborsaving ma chinery Notwithstanding these facts ono of the first cares of Republican legisla tion was to provide adequate p...

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

SUPPLEMENT TO 3 The Mountain Advocate 38arbepri7he Ky Friday Oct 2 1908 i < V < PHILOSOPHY OF BRYANiSM By deduction and inference tho phi losophy of Bryanlsm Is triads clear to V tho simplest understanding To illus C trato tratoIf p If corporations abuse their power destroy them Likewise it tho plumb lug In your house Is bad sdt fire to the I Building in order to rebuke the tricky i plumber Wealth according to DrynnIs created by legislation npt by labor Therefore abolish the taxfng power as I a needless oppression and rdlso rov v canes by flat n v All monopolies are unjust and dan til serous Hence wo should rtboHsh the I > patent laws and thus discourage the development of inventive genius Federal ownership of trunk line railroads is necessary Consequently trainingit it schools for tho Instruction of locomo tive engineers firemen brakemen conductors baggage masters etc There is danger says Bryan that tho American dollar may be made too honest Obviously tho way to avoid that...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1908

iqHE MOIJNTAIh ADVOCATE M D W CLARK EDITOR BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Quo Year In advance 100 fa a > 3 a geEee eeeEt iIPIRSONItLS dI a m m Around Town IIJt 3 3ge9EEEEElEEeeEElElt K I i Y Dr T D Stratton will again 10w cate in Barbourvillc with his family tfDr T B Stratton talks of loca 1 ting in Uarbourville again without al 1this family yMiss Rhoda Caron i i visiting her ituncle Thomas Gibson near Can non this week ted K The preachers began to get away riv Sunday night and by Tuesday niqht s they were all out of town 1Dr J R Howes and family will remove to Oddville where he goes 1 take charge of the Harrison circuit 11 1 Ben Gibson of the L N Rail by y road with headquarters at Corbin cI J watt here Saturday visiting his pa rents t t Miss Mary Gibson of Cannon came down Friday to attend Con ference She was the guest of the by Misses Catron while here R B McDonald has returned from the State of Washington where he has been for the past three years as a soldier in th...

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