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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 June 1910

t l onion I W Egner nnd Geo Innings were m Corbin Friday Bart Moore left for his home in Barbourville Tuesday Prof Scales is conducting a sing ing class at this place and has so far met with success Lydia Engle of Indian Creekwas visiting in Wilton last week F E Sampson and son were in Corbin Friday Willie Mitchell of Woodbine visit ed Nannie Austin Saturday Jim Wilson of Grays is barbering barberingk The Wilton Ball Team visited the Corbin League Friday although the I boys have had but little practice Corbin only won the game by 1 scoresRev Brown of Barbourville t preached in Wilton Sunday c The Brass Band we are trying to t organize < s said to be a sure thing < we would ayprec ate the help ofall the citizens very much Arthur Williams of Indian Greek < was in Wilton Sunday t Joe Hopper was calling on Miss Iissl r Sunday 1 > fiTbe Odd Fellows and K of P dec orated the graves of their Brothers A J Helton and Chas Engle Sun day fr F W Egner was on Indian Creek Sunday aud ...

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 June 1910

I I 0 t q THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I I Entered as hecomlClngs Matter Friday KcbiUitrv Iflth lat at tho IostolHco at llarbourvlllo Knux County Ky under Act of Conirrces of March 3rd 1879 MUVlO ivr Yon OIIK KIUKNDS I < i TUB OHKATKST AMOUNT or Ooon WE lAN TO TUB LAIIOEST NUM IIKK OP IEOPTE < I tTerms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 24 1910 Seventh Year Vol 7 No 19 rA I EDWARDS PAPERSffj ffj w Still Trying to Deceive the i Public by Publishing Accounts of Large Crowds to Hear Ed wards uvr These Letters From Persons I IIPresent t i i Present Should Convince I the Most Skeptical atdIf If From the time the Congres > ion If l al Campaign first opened the Ed tl twnrds papers have tried to create the feeling in various parts of the District that Powers was hav ing no audiences to hear him f while crowds were thronging out to hear Edwards on every occa sion They tell us in the Eastern end y of the District that Powers has no following in the Western end C 1tAnn...

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 June 1910

T1JI lLIp CJIIi f fit t row w 2 Cbe dftountain Hbvocate Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Jlnt red as Sfc nd01as Mittttr February 10th 1UOI at the 1oitoUlcont lUrbowrvlllu Ky under let of CoiiRroiW of March std 16J D WILL CARK clr A 0 PUt ISHI Subscription llutes 100 por year in advance to everybody 14Is Is the number for those dosiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central aid ask for I number You will then bo connected direct with this office if you bu 0 Tho CI1Ill p Ground Toleplionosorvice 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County I We are authorized to announce Hon Caleb Powers Of Barbourville Knox Coutny Kentucky as a Candidate for Congress in the llth Con rps sional District Kentucky sub t ject to the Republican Primary to be held September 15 1010 ANNOUNCEMENTc xt In todays issue of the tinm J official announcement of lion Caleb Powers of Barbourville i Knox County for the Republican nomination for Congress from this the El...

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 June 1910

i t L 1 f I b + FOR A NEW KENTUCKY HOME I Pr LWW l To all Kentuckians Seeking Health Wealth and Happiness 4 Thousands of KentucKians are Going to Oklahoma Results For Everybody Reward For Everybody Recompense for Every Form of Toil Mental and Manual greets Every Seeker of SuccessOklahomas diadem of prosperity has no brighter gem than BARTLESVILLE The giant giantyoung BARTLESVILLE dot on the map ten years ago had in 1907 a population of 4215 Today its population exceeds 15000 five years hence it will be 50000 ten years hence 100000 If you are a manufacturer get into a city where your efforts at townbuilding and your enterprise and public spirit will be appre j ciated and backed upwhere a free site will be given you and you will have no investment for land where your fuel or power will cost half what it is costing you now and where insurance rate and taxes will be lighter If your raw material is highpriced or a mean competition is too hard or your business too big for its present loca...

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 June 1910

J r 1 j j f t 4 eit HON WILLIAM ADDAMS Given Cordial and Enthusias 4tic Endorsement as Candi s date for Democratic Nomi nation for Governor From Cynthlana Democrat The circuit court room at the Court House was crowded with Democrats who assembled to endorse tbe candi dacy of Hon William Addams of Cyn thlana for the Democratic nomination for governor James M Terry chairman of tho Harrison County Democratic Commit r tee called the meeting to order and appointed Carl Mussor secretary or t the county committee and J M Al len of the Democrat temporary sec i retarles Mr Terry brlelly stated the K object of the meeting and announced that the first thing In order was a per manent organization Upon motion i the temporary organization was made 1 t permanent permanentIt It was moved and seconded that the chairman appoint a committee on res olutions which motion prevailed The chairman appointed the following com 1 mltteo H C Duffy W M Moore Hanson Peterson J W Stump C U WM ADDAMS CYNTHIANA KY t...

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 July 1910

4 > > > > r 111 rffl fiM FT1 t 111t 1 > fH JIr1 IV < I upup > r t tW 1rTh MOUNTAIN 0 ADVOCATE t r 7 Biuorud nIr svconilUfnu Mntt r KnilH v Kul > nirv tilth ijnM at the IoiitolHae fit Itarhourvillo Knox County Ky under Act of Conirrou of Mnroh Ilnl 187B Murib = iivt Knit OHM KiciBvjm Do THK CJHKATHMT AMOUNT OF Oi ou Wr iv ro TIIP LAimrsT NIIMHHII or IKOFIH 1 ftermsc O 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY i 1910 Seventh Year = Vol 7 No 20 L t OUR f Rip li J lJ Sf > t Jr t To Florida and the Southland and iA tiWhat We ThlnK ot It t 1t I JkJJ Leaving home on Monday after noon June 21 we went to Louisville r i NvtvhcrtVI puiclHscd tichetsun Tifesdav in fnintf for Sarnsoti Florida and other Smith rn points J of note and interest beginning our southward journey riDIII soo am on Tuesday fronl Louts r v lie ve passed through the Sin es 4of Ky Tenn and V traveling by 1 t N to Atlanta Ga then over 1 the Atlantic1 oast Line from that1 k 4it pint t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 July 1910

A it iPn Y r Y P k t1e MOttntain BtJ1ocate Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky fliturvd u sndClallil Matter ltbru 11th IP a t the 1oMoGlce at 1IIuoourII hy cinder Act of CoulfNlH of Iareh Mrl Ih > PtJ013HFD lh litiOI1 r tves tOO pet Clear in nmc to Qcrbm 14Is Is tho number fur thonod < iii tj cojninunicntc with this oliico by phono King up Central nrd nsk for number You will then bo connected direct with this office if youlmvoTho Camp G round Tolephono service 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County We are authorized to announc r Hon Caleb Powers of Barbourville Knox Count Kentucky as a Candidate for t Congress in the 11th Con tea sional District of Kentucky sul jcct to the Republican Primar to be held September 15 imo EDWARDS FROST 1 D C Edwards certainly got a 4 frost in the upper end of the District After the Edward papers had heralded him as the greatest man in the State or even in Congress and with tiles statements fresh in the minds of th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 July 1910

> if F l rp n YM iY rI r r t FOR A NEW KENTUCKY HOME To all Kentuckians Seeking Health r Wealth and Happiness Thousands of lientuckians are Going to OklahomaI Result For Everybody Reward For Everybody r Recompense for Every Form of Toil Mental and Manual greets Every SeeKer of Success OUaHotjias diadem of prosperity has no brighter gem than BARTLESV1LLE The giant young Metropolis of NorthEastern Oklahoma offers all KentucLians the richest opportunities BARTLESVILLE a dot on the map ten years ago had in 1907 a population of 4215 Today its population exceeds 15000 five years hence it will be 50000 ten years hence 100000 If you are a manufacturer get into a cky There your efforts at wnbuilding and your enterprise and public spirit will be appre ciated and backed upvhere a free 5 will be given you and VCK will have no investment for land where your fuel IH power will cost half what it is costing you now end where insurance rate r id taxes will be lighter If your raw material is highp...

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 July 1910

4 4 I Main Expo Building Commodious Structur e Stands on Elevatlon Overlooking the Pretty Lake The main building of the Appalnch Ian Exposition to be held In Knox YUle Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next stands on an elevation over looking the upper lake of the ex position grounds A wide driveway extends alone the lake front and ap proaches to the building are formed by three flights of steps two of them twentyfive feet and one fifty foot wide I running from this driveway over ter races that add much to the natural beauty of tho location The building is IRQ feet wide and 250 feet in length two stories giving about 30000 square feet of exhibit space Tho lower floor will be agricultural products and dis plays that will be made by the cities and towns of the Southern Appalach ian region The upper floor a section of which rests on solid ground a ter race formed in grading the site will be filled with exhibits of all kinds from heavy machinery to the most delicate art work In appearance the main...

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 July 1910

r fI iJiif t d d 11 s ye THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I 1 rwi1 j Entered ai SecondClass Matter Friday HcbitiMry loth BUN at the Iostotflce at Rarbourvillo Knox County Ky under Act of Oontfrcss of March 3rd 1876 I t r i Dull jLIVZ FOK Om KHIKNDH Do TUB OUEATEHT AMOUNT OF Goon Wr OAK TO TnE LARGEST NUMBER or PEOPLE i ti c t F Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 8 1910 Seventh Year Vol 7 No 21 < r BAR MEETING f Adopt Strong Resolutions lW Concerning Judge Lewis 1wand Mr Cloud c K > At a Bar meeting last Thursday I morning a set of resolutions were > adopted ba unanimous vote r ytouching upon the work of the re tiring Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney which Ire as r 6 a follows WHEREAS the recent Legislature ec of Kentucky by nn act creating the 2 Thirtyfourth udicinl District of i Kentucky took the County of Knot from the Twentyseventh Judicial District and which act placed said County in the Thirtyfourth Judicial District on and after 4 he first d...

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 July 1910

In > C r i Iy I ft frEe ocate I Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Rnt + a ffndCS8 Mntr Kbrurv nh IHM Itt the 1t < Iitlat itarbourraJ6y natter tot or Oenflw ol XiurvU Yrd lt > u 1 C oCH 1 P11 P ff eviction itej C1QO pat ttiifci wdraneA to cvervbo lti UIC namXr 11 tho deals iaY to4lltautI1ULe win l this 0300 by phone Ring up Cellt1UlUrd ask for 01 1 filnumber Yon will thou bo cotulected dhcOt ih Us adieuif3 OllhuvoIhoCtu pGeouuI foleihune fViel1 The Official Organ of the Republican Party its Know Count We are authorized to announce lion Caleb Powers of Barbourville Knox County Kentucky as a Candidate for Congress in the 11th Congres sional District of Kentucky sub ject to the Republican Primary to be held September 15 IfllO M DO ALL EDWARDS OPPONENTS d HAVE BAD CHARACTERS R t That at least has been the con tention of Edwards and his fol I A lowers No Candidate against him in the past has been able to t escape at the hands of Edwards jftn l his crowd vituperation...

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 July 1910

r 0 f F b The Mountain Advocate f 1 FRIDAY JULY 8 1910 7 Published Weekly S SUPPLEMENT BILLS INTRODUCED AND LAWS PASSED BY CONGRESSMAN LAWSGRESSMAN GRESSMAN EDWARDS The friends of Congressman Edwards claim that he has intro r Mooch a good many bills since he has been in Congress Suppose he has what of it What kind of bills are they A close exam ination of the Congressional Rec ord discloses the fact that the on o ly bills he has been able to get through arc some relief bills paying people for property de o stroyed in the Civil War an d A pension bills In other words bills for the relief of the individ ual and not for the good of the masses of the people of the dis trict The only bills of any im portance which Edwards has tried to get passed and they c dont affect the good or welfare of the great mass of the voters of t the district are as follows y FIRST A bill for an appro priation for the improvement of certain portions of the Kentucky River and he failed in that lie did not get a...

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 July 1910

are that Caleb Powers will carry t Edwards home county One thing is sure Edwards is not popular at his home His forces at the last County primary cen tered their efforts and apparently staked their all in an effort to de feat of Hira mjohnson in the nom ination for County Attorney Hiram Johnson won over his op ponent by 560 majority Ed S wards was for and supported Johnsons opponent Bert the brother of D C Ed wards was a candidate for jailer in the same primary election D C Edwards was on the ground personally conducting his cam paign lIe sent money out over the County to help elect his broth er Bert We know and can pros c this Bert Edwards was over vvhelmingly defeated He got less than 250 votes in the county John R Jones the Republican nominee for jailer in the strong Republican county of Laurel was defeated by a Democrat as was also the Republican nominee for Count Judge A host of Re publicans in Laurel County blame Mr Edwards for the defeat of these two Republican nominees claim...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 July 1910

r I fJ for the improvencmt of that part J of the j Cumberland river just south of Edwards district If Edwards has any influence in Congress how is it that a Ten Congressmanr can get from a Republican admin r > istration five times as much mon ey appropriated for the same riv er in his district as Mr Edwards i has becen able to procure for his while Mr Langley our Republi can neighbor has in one half the it time in Congress been able to get ten times the amount of money appropriated for smaller streams i 4p than has our representative We would like to know why this is Somerset Republican June 3 1910CALEB CALEB POWERS STANDS WELL WITH THE REPUB LICANS OF THE ENTIRE NATION The Edwards press is saying that when Caleb Powers gets to Congress that he will be looked c upon with doubt and suspicion c and will be avoided by themcin hers of his own party They arc circulating these lies for the pur i pose of trying to deceive the vot ik ers of the distrct The truth is f the Republican party...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 July 1910

tf t F the stuff all comes 1 the people of I the District will understand and r conduct themselves accordingly 4 The Harlati Enterprise I CALEB POWERS ENTITLED T 0 ENDORSEMENT AS MUCH AS ANY OTHER LOYAL REPUBLICAN i The Cooper Edwards Goebel I machine organ the Somerset Her t aId in an editorial a few days ago makes these observations In our judgment the failure to return to willa be nothing short of a calamity I We know it would not be a calam ity to the Eleventh Congressional District so the editor of the Somerset Herald must have meant that it would be a calam ity to certain pets and favorites of D C Edwards whom he has picked up from the ranks of the enemy part of them and favor ites with jobs and offices letting the great mass of honest voters of the districtmany of whom had been his friends go unre membered and so far as we can see unrepresented by him This same paper says of course that it will be a mistake for Ca leb Powers to make the race for Congress and adds that the kil...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 July 1910

c i c r r < S rf T FOR A NEW KENTUCKY HOME ftJt wMA ir U Jll v > otr II To all Kentuckians Seeking Health Wealth and Happiness Thousands of Kentuckians are Going to Oklahoma Results For Everybody Reward For Everybody Recompense for Every Form of Toil Mental and Manual greets Every Seeker of Success Oklahomas diadem of prosperity has no brighter gem than BARTLESVILLE The giant giantyoung BARTLESVILLE a dot on the map ten years ago had in 1907 a population of 4215 Today its population exceeds 15000 five years hence it will be 50000 ten years hence 100000 If you are a manufacturer get into a city where your efforts at townbuilding and your enterprise and public spirit will be appre appreciated cost half what it is costing you now and where insurance rate and taxes will be lighter If your raw material is highpriced or a mean competition is too hard or your business too big for its present location go to Bartlesville Make a trip out there and andinvestigate If you are a farmer go a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 July 1910

j k J u w rr t 1 I k < PROGRAM > 1 OF THE I Knox County Teachers Institute J f 1 1 Ir To Be Held Atr i 1 i Union College Chapel Kentuckyt tJULY 1115 1910 t 9933 3 33EE1eEEEEEa ty ti t y f PROF T J COATES Instructor Richmond Ky 1i fY kyI I j t 1I 4 4 Monday MORNING S 00 Devotional Rev Charles P Estes I Organization of Institute f Institute Work > f Evikvixa 8 00 Kooeution i Brown Hall w Tuesday tonNINoSOO Devotional Rev John D Hitchcock Institute Work Bvffino S 00 Address Prof T r Coates I Wednesday llOR mmSOO Devotional Rev T B Stratton Institute Work EVKNINO 800 Illustrated Lecture on Sanitation and Health Prof Jas P Faulkner NOTE The Institute Work Wednesday afternoon will be especially arranged for Trustees Thursday MORXLVO S 00 Devotional 4He Robt L Brown Institute Work F EvrNlsoS00Irish Lullaby Neadhnm Mary Gibson Address Mothers Wives and Sweethearts Dr J W Porter D D of Lexington Ky SFriday I Devotionall1IoR Rev IE Heidt Institute Work The time and place of holding t...

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 July 1910

rL V r r V f i r T I A r af k i y r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCAT I r k t t I 1tI I Bntvrett HH tfoconflGlnaa Mntuir PiMay Kchtuarv llith IliOl at tho 1ostotHco ut Harbourvlllts Knox County Ky Under Ant of Congress of Mnrch 3rd 1879 I MOITO LIVE FOil OIJH riiiKND Do TUB OKEATKST AMOUNT or HOOD WE CANTO TUB IMIUIHST NIJMUBII OK PEOPLE r Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 15 1910 Seventh Year Vol 7No 22 c J KNOX COUNTY X F R 1 TEACHERS In Annual Session at pt I Union College for Insti x ite Instruction Instructionof Prot T J Coates of Rich I s 1 mond Instructor Togeth er With Supt Evans Have Mode Week Interesting The annual Teacliers Institute con versed last Monday morning in the chapel of Union College for a weeks work The devotional exercises were led by Rev Charles P Estes of tho > Baptist Church after which the or r ganization of the Institute was per bb fectcd and Miss Amanda Lambdiri Lc1ected Secretary rfter which the regular work of the session was taken...

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 July 1910

k the flfoountain Hbvocate Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Kntorutt M SecondClass Matter February 19th 1M04 at the Voitolc at llurbourvlllf Ky under Act ol Oongr 4 of March drd IsTU CARK 1 i K AC PJSIUHE D WJLU ser iption ruitow 5100 per year in udrnrco to every holy r 14Is Is tho number for those dosinnq to communicate with this oiico by phono King up Contra I HI d ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this ollicc if youlmvo Tho Jump Ground Telephone service r The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County We are authorized to announce Hon Caleb Powers of Barbourville Knox County Kentucky as a Candidate for Congress in the llth Congres sional District Kentucky sub ject to the Republican Primary to be held September 15 1010 fWHY THE DEMOCRATS ARE FOR EDWARDS i Never in the history of the Democratic party did the Demo crats of the Eleventh District < support a party nominee with r more enthusiasm than are they Edwardsr r great greatness n...

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 July 1910

IFOR A NEW KENTUCKY HOME j To all Kentuckians Seeking Health Wealthn and Happiness I Thousands of Kentuckians t are Going to Oklahoma Results For Everybody RewRIfd For Everybody Recompense for Every Form of Toil Mental and Manual greets Every Seeker of Success ORlaHomas diadem of prosperity has no brighter gem than BARTLESVILLE The giant young Metropolis of NorthEastern Oklahoma offers all Kentuckians the richest opportunities BARTLESVILLE a dot on the map ten years ago had in 1907 a population of 4215 Today its population exceeds 15000 five years hence it will be 50000 ten years hence 100000 If you are a manufacturer get into a city where your efforts at townbuilding and your enterprise and public spirit will be appre ciated and backed up where a free site will be given you and you will have no investment for land where your fuel or power will cost half what it is costing you now and where insurance rate and taxes will be lighter If y > ur raw material is highpriced or a mean co...

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