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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 October 1910

H r IBOQS TEND TO PROLONG LIFE Greatest Number of Age Pensioner Are Found In These Districts In Ireland It is curious that it is in the bog land district of Ireland that the greatest number of pensioners are toI be found Bogs are said to be antiI ppptic in their nature and undoubt edly they possess great preservative qualities Where bogs have old coins or weapons in them for years they are usually in an excellent state of preservation when brought to light Castlerea district is famous for its bogs tho smell of the turf seems to bo everywhere and it is there k that most pensioners have qualified under the new act The list already passed totals 2800 In no part of t Ipngland or Scotland could a similar Gurr + teen district there is another great wild strip of moorland and there too old ago pensioners abound In I l ne famous case in that locality localityere 1 ere arc five pensioners in one ho tictwo brothers two sisters and a wife They will have 325 a year coming to them under the new ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 October 1910

t ADVOCATE i I liil Bnteroa M bocondClaes Mattor Frlrtav February 19th HKM at the Poetofflco ut llarbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 v t 1 I I MUTTO MVB FOIl Oun KIUKNDU Do Ton OIIBATBHT AVOUNT or noon Wn IAN TO THE rAUfliwr Nnnnun or PEOPLE iJ tTerms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1910 = Seventh Year Vol 7 No 37 i i i FRANK CECIL SHOT 1 t IN ST LOUIS CAFE h y 1 r Ini y1 dictment in Goebel Case Still Stands Wounded t A special to the Evening Post from St Louis Mo Oct 24 says Frank N Jecil the only man against whom stands an indict tent for alleged complicity in the assassination of William Goebel of Kentucky ten years ago was shot in the head and side at 180 oclock this after 5 noon in the cafe of H E Leish man 16 UoHinsville avenue 4 East St Louis where he had j wakefult i + night in capturing Leigh Rhodus I the alleged bandit II i Cecil who is a special agent of the Louisville Nashville rail road assisted two East Si...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 October 1910

b nsihjitii tb t eIiUJY J J Iii I H A I I Kl fiT11 LI Published I EV6r FriQathtnBf1rb UI i i1te Kentucky T 111 InUred ai SeooaJCI lJfflrpebro r3rl8tirlSMv e R3fT8S8lllc TBtfCSWville Ky r tOtr a4Cf Gtiogreaat otMsttbedi I > D WILL Cl A nKj5 r r treyy yEDITOaAIID tjLl8HZA VA w r4tA r 1 if 1IIH9I H SV3 Sub criptiqDI itcslQQ por year in advimcoto At 9t body y I 14 14JlL latSo luunberfor iojibdiijtiritjgjtof co hnjMJJ jtftt thiroffico By phone Thug up Central ar4 asfcibf 14arffio numboft YoU will thei > bfi conuectec Direct witluthia office if yauhttYpTliqpanijj Crrpunoj J R19 h9no aoNiiceh I r f The Official Organ of the Repubfcaa ParltI Kao Cfluntjl I r t IT Id I 1lP ublican LI R Ya 1 Ticket I a or Congress f r n o Caleb Powers TOF i yox COUNTY 1 BERTRA I HAS A RECORD 1 tfower8 has hunted up r rod 1f Elzra Brtram per too nominee for OonI f4 against him In the Eleventh t 5Jjd finds that lie is a off tile 914 block t frequently not out of vi icVAl gome aiujie > his is has a pecu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 October 1910

0 t 1 i4 1 tc < L k I d q u liJ d > C c a 1 j I THElMOUNTAIN ADVOCATE CD w wax wprrom L wit r BARieURVILLE KENTUCKY + tUJJ8VJIJPIIOK PJUOJ J tOM Yea la MTMCC dvaaces1oo I tLsK 1 K w 4 r Around TOwn0 Dont miss Gipsy FortuneTeller at Witches Conference Witches ont in dress parade Oct r 31st at Davidson Hall Charles Cole returned Sunday > Ctfrorn A weeks stay in Louisville + W M Jones has returned to St Petersburg Fla on A business trip v Rev Walter L Brockof Leixing toa was the guest of friends here r this week a t Andrew Decker Jr is home this week from a trip through the back counties Prof Albert Evans of Williams burg was the guest of friends in this r city this week a John E Golden and son Whorton v 11 spent the first of the week in Lex ington on business Thirtyfive typical ghosts witches k goblin and spooks at the Davidson Y Hall Halloween Mn Sallie Flerndon is still on the F sick list but is some what improv ed At this writing Will Young the popular shoe drummer is here...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 October 1910

vJi > r4 fF 7 cleckic Troction rV4 X v f II t 10 ° The marvelous development Qf tckctrkitY asm motive power has rendered trnvi tf1froiighUm lswnol longer a danger and a discomfort It has also afforded an opportunity for the tying up together into one general system of the urban inter f urban and trunk railroad lines and bridges either litth ln ncl izing the equipment throughout or by making traffic almost continuous tIUlIU g h y quickand easy transfers v i The perfection of the electric motor < lms wrought a vertible revolution in > fansportation It has fixed the r efuics of transit in New fork fcy for an indefinite future Tin I lima bolition of ferries i s now vTthble They will be replaced In replaccdbJbn JSels until In die not far dfstaul eno large progressive city wIll + tvnny heavy traffic to enter its prat or above grade Further Wthe sinking of tracks below Vfacc oif the streets hob deter s li Rife 7 character of terminals and l muclv valuable land for cum purposes 10 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 November 1910

r fJ VP f 1 y c > 1d e rtl I r n r MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 f Jj I t tit i T 01 1 J 1 j 11 Entered as BecpndClnBit Mnttur Frldnr Fobtt acv Iflth 1XH nt the PostofDco at Barlwurvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3nl 1879 JI i S r hltJii 4MUrhbtVp FOB Out KIURNDS Do TUB OHKATBBT AMOUNT or noon wP OAK TO TUB IAUOMT NITMIIKH or IKOPLK = = = = = = = ITermsi O Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1910 Seventh Year Vol7 No38 f 1 IL SENATOR WILLIAM 0 BRADLEY I Sounded Key Note of Y Campaign tit Corbin ofI I 1 Spoke In Interest of Caleb wt lPowers Candidacy I 1 i We clip the following extract it from Senator W 0 Bradley ad I J dress delivered a few days ago in I y tM Corbin He said in part iWh was it my old soldier friend f that gave you your pension Who was it that pensioned the widow and orphan of those who fell in the struggle for their country Was it the Democratic Party 1 Y No for the Democratic Party as late t as 18G4 in its National platform de Gl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 November 1910

ww timem flftountaln Hfcvocate 1 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky JEnUr i M SeoondCl Matter February Mh IWi a t the Postoffloe a t BartwunriUe Ky under Act of Congreiu of March 3rd 1879 h 0t ILL CLoAftKii + ° ° ° EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 4 ubscriptioii Rates 100 per year in advance to everybody I Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 s V The Official Orgw of the Republic Party In KMX fcmaty Rep b1ican Ticket I For Congress t Hon Caleb Powers r OF KNOX COUNTY 1J Y OUR LAST APPEAL V Before another issue of this paper is off the press the voters of this grand old Eleventh dis tinct will be called upon to ex press at the polls their choice as 1r who shall represent us for the H > xttwo years in the lower fuse of the National Congress on Caleb Powers holds a v fission from the Republi 14 their standard bea...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 November 1910

u r I ifl I < ItfIiv II v rxr 4 tE4i tfIlt I t ffl + rMTr I I + C i C y j h t r j r OQOO O T3 OOO 9Q f IGREAT3OOOOPIs s g LJ I4 I4v Y v i 1111 kN 4 1 iNA1flhII AI 4Ujtfuhlthhl UMI of THE PARKER MERCANTILE CO = r1Something ADOING in the Old Town WATCH WATCH Money To You7fl I I BARGAINS IN FIRSTCLASS ffiellCH NII e SHOE DEPARTMENT 1Our SHOE line is the most complete to be found in Southeastern Kentucky Celebrated lines Correct shapes New Fall Styles No one need go longer with cold feet 150 Ladies Black Vici Kid Shoes at 98c 400f Patrcian OxfordsIt 2 39 400II Button pat Cravenette top 321 3 50II If It II 2 98 a 750 Mens Boots 3 98 500 Shoes at 429 0941f IIat 2 98 350If Ifat 2G9 SOi H Ifat 229 ALL OTHERS TOO CHEAP TO MENTION 4 aJ DRY GOODS In this Department is found the Dress Goods Suitings Dry Goods r rf of the latest patterns selected for tasty buyers Note carefully r i the prices and be continctd that this is your time I 7c American and Simpsons Calicoes at 4 ½ c t Z 7Vic Gingham...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 November 1910

a M ti T F FAULKNER CO HOUSE JUST REMODELED AID EVERY THING IS GLASSED IN DEPARTMENTS NO TROUBLE TO FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT g I Tax Ot 1I 1 T T P PAULKNER fc CO HOUSEHOLD OUTFITTERS onT I almost nnythlnirYou need eitl 1 or for tho home or the farm by 11111I lug your purchase from us 11 e cnn l fit you out from cellar to attic nnd j from Parlor to Kitchen WE CARRY A FULL LINE OFt 11 Dry Goods Notions Clothing OF1r s Caps Groceries Cement Lime Shingles rCaps Salt Doors Windows Window Glassi Tiling Iron Paper and Rubber Felt Roof l I log and all kinds of Household Necessities 1 < Such as Carpets Rugs Drugets Matting Mattingj il Blinds Sewing Machines Stoves Both r Ii BothI j Heating and Cooking and Stove Repairs S As Farmers Outfitters wo cannot IAs llnllotI I be excelled in low prices and qauli 1 ty of roods Try us and got con < IVrat e1I tllII t fT F FAULKNER CO Barbourville Kentucky Did You Know I I Your City and School tax for 1910 is due r Please call at my office and settle...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 November 1910

Y = n r Ar rr > r l7MrFn T 7 h VF r 7Y t x y r h 1 IIC I tf lJ > NYh + tf i NY v Plf x r I a t MOUNTAIN aOVOCAT 44 I rj 0 = = = 11 I Knttsrert an bocomiOlnw Muttor Frtclnv ketintrv IHth IHII at tho ioatnittau tit llnrhourvillo Kims County Ky under Art of fTnnifnwm f March Art iBWf I MOTTO MVE Foil Onn FictrNiiHTo TUB OIIKATKRT A XIST 01 noon WK VAN TO nip IAtinmT NIMMRM UK IKOCIK = = = = I Terms SI00 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER II 910 SeventkYear Vol 7 No 39il I POWERS SWEEPS tl icef Y ELEVENTH DISTRICT G yyy ri aj t L is all Kentucky has Saved alZ I < t m r I I xr > Hooper Breaks the Solid South and is Elected 1 u IJxr Governor of Tennesst e a I One of the most decisive vie i c tories ever won was Mint of Ottleb Powers when he swept the Elev I 1 enth district by a majority of I 0810 over Mr Bertram his Dem I ocratic opponent Four years ago Mr Edwards majority over Mr Gutting was 0110 thus it is seen that for an oil year Powers made a winnin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 November 1910

V y rt MoithtaJ1tfbv 2 I7 t TI I i Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as second Clase Matter February 10th lOOt at the IostoiHco at Unrbourvtlle Ky under Act of Congress of March flril 1S79 jD WILL CLARK = EDITOR AND PUOUI8HER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to everybody r m I 14Is Is the number for those desiring to conununicato with this oflico by phone King up Central utd ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this olhce if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service I YThe Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County j > 1 POWERS A WINNER rt l Y The election has past and Pow ers has been elected to a seat in kl Congress in spite of all the abuse It tlat could be heaped upon him Ewer before in the history of j Kentucky has any man ever f achieved such a decided victory 1 over such decided opposition as tkthasCaleb Powers I Arrested without cause and i < lodged in jail and kept there for more than eight years Sir Pow Iwt...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 November 1910

p + tl 7 o tf J I < t I J I 17 IJJJJL llb 7 rJMJr E rv r r iIJ I M a r MF r I If 1 t 1 I i 11 it t Ie 1 1iI 1 I Yr I 1 ADDITION Iq I I t tiI I a lI Bartlesville OklahO la I JrH L > 1 I ONLY 2OCXoo 1 I 1ONLY 4 fI = Per Si PAIR While They Last IIt = 7 Size Single Lot 25xl4O feet Pair 5Oxl4O feet f r al J Miss Carol Tye of Bartlesville representing the DeBell Company is now at the Hotel Jones where she can be seen for a few days only shfe has a few pairs of these beautiful lots for sale at the above price to those who wish to avail themselves of this most liberal offer r > r1vc xrEvery e Lot Guaranteed to Lay High and Dry t fr i t I 44 f I s ec I s ¼ S 1 10 Strong Points to Consider 10l 4 FIRST Highland Parks location Is the liiuliest point having nn elegant view of two cities q4 communityY > SECOND Highland Park has good car service electric light and natural gas through the t entire addition for heating and lighting purposes THIRD Highland Park has a now twostory brick sc...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 November 1910

r < iif fr t i 1it > 1 4r a Ytre T ti iI T F FAULKNER CO I s i HOUSE JUST REMODELED AND EVERY THING IS CLASSED IN DEPARTMENTS NO TROUBLE TO FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT T r PAULKNCR CO HOUSEHOLD OUTFITTERS h r Did You Know T 1 THAT wo can save you money on almost anythlngyou need eltl er for the homoorthofnnn by nmkI j Ing your purchase from us We can fit you out from cellar to attic and I from Parlor to Kitchen undI i WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats and Caps Groceries Cement Lime Shingles Salt Doors Windows Window Glass i Tiling Iron Paper and Rubber Felt Roof l ing and all kinds of Household Necessities P j Such as Carpets Rugs Drugets Matting 1 I I Wall Paper Building Paper Curtains j Blinds Sewing Machines Stoves Both I j Heating and Cooking and Stove Repairs I r As Farmers Outfitters wo cannot j Jbe excelled In low prices and quuli i ty of goods Try us and got convinced I vlnced vlncedHi Hi T F FAULKNER CO J Ty Barbourville Kentucky un Your City and Sch...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 November 1910

r f MOUNTAIN s ADVOCATf c I 1 < p Jr li C 1le S 1lS Entered aa SecondClass Matter Prldnr Kebiwrr Iflth ItKM nt tho Hrwtolfloe at narhourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Conirreia of March 3rd 1879 V I 1MuIrrOtdvI FOH OUR KiuitNnn Do Tux OHISATKRT AXOPNT or OOOD WK HAN TO TUB IAHOEBT NiMiimi or lEoiir J f 1 y = = cc = = = I Terms 100 Per Year in Ad nceBOURVILL n KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 Seventh Year Vol 7 No 4011 I ASSASSINATION j 1 i T r I Attempted on the Life of A41IJ IIJohn E Golden Last I r Friday Niaht 1 1 h h < I SJ 1 At His Residence on River I I t 7 CltyIi t f n Assassin Escaped 1 I l What came near being one of 1ft the most foul and coldblooded t r perI I i petrated within the fastness of the mountains of Kentucky oc t purred at the home of Col John Jt Golden last Friday night I I about 080 oclock in this city Mr Golden his wife and i I t I daughtsrinluw had just return returnIed ed from the Baptist Church I where they had attended the i services qis Ron Step...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 November 1910

I mountainB thvocatc s hed Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered aa SecondGlass Matter February 18Ui 1904et thePoatofllcoat lUrbourvllle Ky 5 under Act of Congress ot March Snl 1879 D It WILL CLARK uuuEDITOR AND PUBLISHER tiunder 1 Subscription Hates 100 per year in advance to everybody I 4 1 r < I Is tho number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone King up Central at d ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if vou have Tho Camp Ground Telephone service 14 iThe Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County I t i iTHE ECHO OF AN ECHO conq ftillu the warfare of politics after jjjfthe battle has been fought and i > victor won It has alwawe been y the policy of the MOUNTAIN AD jooATijto submit to the majority IT rule W ether in our own party or tit 1 the coui mon enemy the Demo ti cratic party and in the past 11 when we have failed to see our J first choice made the nominee of r4the party we have never even lL been a...

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 November 1910

j 4 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE F 1 ID W CLARK EDITOR I ° BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY BUDSOIUPTION PRICK IIF Omn Year in advance 100 eeee 9 ss 9geeEEEeEE cpeRSONnLS c m W W Around Town 99 99 9EeeeeeEEEeEe k i rY V W C Black made a business tri I to Pineville Tuesday John M Messer left Wednesday r night for Knoxville JJTV C C Smith made a business trip t to Pinevillc Tuesday J M Thomas made a flying trip 7v Ay to Pineville Tuesday D W Clark was in Pineville be tween trains Ttesday 4 > Mayor J M Wilson returned from Louisville Wednesday morning Col W R Hughes made a busi f ness trip to Middlesboro Tuesday Mrs John H Davis returned from V Atlanta Ga Tuesday where she I has been visiting relatives I > J S Hawn of Perry county was f the guest last Monday of John E 4Golden and family this city D H Williams J A Bowman and G F Tinsley left Tuesday for a yk weeks hunt in Laurel county H P Martin of Corbin formerly of this place was a guest at the Motel Jones Wednesday night jt Rev F W Harrop is sp...

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 November 1910

fHE FHE MIDDLESBOROUGH t Middlesborough Ky r 1THE MODERN CUMBERLAND HOTELI Refurnished Throughout Finest Cuisine Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths I THE HE MIDDLESBOROUGH HOTEL is in an ideal location for 01I I a summer r so ttle nights are always cool and pleasant Just below tho hotel a short distance is a large swimming pool whore guests can take a plungo at any hour of tho day or night Bathing suits can he rented at a nominal price Adja cent is a mineral > ring noted for its medicinal qualities For nice quleh homelike surroundings s you cannot select a more suitable place than the MIODLESBORUGII HOTEL to spend the summer JI C C jt jt jt i C C jt Tho Orchestra at this famous hostlory consists of five pieces and tho finest Musicians that can bo had from Louisville En tertainments Balls and Concerts are given every night in the week Our rates are very reasonable to long or short term guests Como J W SMITH PROPRIETOR r c SPLENDID POBTDSITl Qr Bargain Seekers y t I ff FOE CASH WE E kno...

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 November 1910

f T W v n JrI tl v r r tj 4 r n Z r y j MOUNTAIN ADVOCATEZ I Entered as SecondClass M tutor Friday Kotnuurv inth tool nf tho PostoiHoo itt llarbourvllln Knox County Kr under Act of Conitross of March 3rd 1879 t MOlTO itivn Foil Oun KitiEND3Io TUB OKKATKAT AMOUNT or Ion Wr OAN TO TUB IAKOKRT NUMIIKII or IKOPIE i = cc = = = c = = > Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1910 Seventh Year Vol7 No 41 = = = c d = = T S + rF = = = > A = 3Gr1J = l J I r The Gentleman From The tiI jICaleb i I Caleb Powers Man of Iron I v 1LvoI rrl = v oI = > Y < I I STAFF SPKOIAI TO CINCINNATI POST Sunday Nov 20th tIr tWtIt < r HEN the Sixtysecond Congress elected November 8th I convenes for business in December lUll und the I I Clerk calls out The gentlemanfrom the Eleventh i Kentucky y the eyes ot the curious Congressmen both new and < old will be turned upon the tall gaunt figure of one of the most Iiunique characters ever elected to the lower chamber of ...

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 November 1910

je flfoountain Bfcvocate z polished Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Xntared M Bc ondCUM Matter Febratry 10th 1904 a t the Po tofflc at B rbour llU Ky under Act of Canftreati of March 3rd 1870 M DITOR AND PUILIHIR D WILL CLARK Subscription Rates 100 per year in advanco to everybody J4Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone King up Central ard ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if you ha vo The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ ef the llua Party fa KICK Gusty WHY THIS EFFORT Why all this effort in getting on education Why all this spending of money erection of buildings em ployment of teachers What is to be gained Is it to make a scien tist who can go forth into the world and by his knowledge be al to control the element and mnke them subservient to man No not thisIs Is it to produce men and women who can go forth into the field of Art and be able to chisel from mar ble or draw on can ass pictu...

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 November 1910

i < < k S i Jr if f < ij > THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE > We CLARK EDITOR VI BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY I IJi tlSUBSCRIPTION One Year in advance PRICE e n p 1001 EEGE aaaa 999EEEe eEE cPIRSON US U 1 Around Towna 9999999EEEEEEEEEEEE W M Pislimnn has been quite ill > i this week orsMr and Mrs W H McDonal spent Sunday in Corbin Any one wishing firstclans boar get rates from proprietor of Hotel k Jones JonesMr Mr and Mrs Alf Hall returned j Friday from a visit to friends in Corbin Miss Lena Wilson is one of the Spolite clerks in the mammoth stor S S of L H Jarvis s i fS Table board of the best will bet furnished at the Hotel Jones Appl t tF at office for rate 1 T Miss Lila Hays came down from t i Pineville Sunday to spend the da with homefolks f Mrs B C Lewis is recovering i riyfrom a severe illness and will be abl r to he out again soon Miss Clara Unssill of Warren vis ited Mr and Mrs T B Ashley on f Thursday and Friday of last week w weekpsi psiA ition as bookkeeper for the Hugh...

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