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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1911

EH w ftbelifootmtatn Ekvocate "1, 4 X. d ?:&m Card l9U-'&Wj3rvl9U sk: .. - K Bi? ii s- w p ' Bi? tjF V jig HP Published Every Friilty at Barbourvillc, Kentucky. - -j KntcreJ a SM-nml I'Iim Matter rrbrua'rrlUili, W l Wi I'oitofflwM IHrlourYllI,hjr., under Aoi of OonxfeM ir Jlnrcli rd W. , - I. . I O.WILL CLARK, Subscription Kutes: $1.00 per .' Is the number fbr those desiring tq coininunicuto with this ollico by phono. King up Control in d a-dc for L number. You will then bo connected direct with this ' oIlicejifyouhiivoTheCiuiipdromidTelophonescrvice. The Official Organ of (lie Republican Parly in Knox County. f" VOL.8 NO. J. Can it be possible thut we luive completed 'even full years of newspaper work in Harbourville and started on the eighth year without missing u single issue? And that too, itr the face of the fact tliat we were told when we came here and took up our abode among the citizens of I'urbour ville, that it was no ue to try, tliat for year? other. had strug gle...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1911

? HjF , mi ?ii9ji PADDDODAiiniJIIfilj1 PERSONAL m LOCAL MENTIONINGS Alex Stanbcrry, of1 Knoxfork. wm in town Monday. G. W. Tyc ipcnt several days in Louisville this week. Miss Ella Smith was in Corbio Wed nesday, the guest of friends. W. A. Gastincnu, of Middlcsboro, was in this city Tueday on legal r business. J. W. Cnrnes, of Dewitt, was in town Monday and paid this office n pleasant call. Key. A. P. Wilson has moved inte k'Vthc property of Capt, McDaniel, on Manchester street. Robert Tuggle spent lrom Satur day until Monday here, on his way to Knoxville, Tenn, Mrs. John II. Byrley, of Colum bus, 0., was called here by the death of her uncle, Mr. J. M. Lock. Mr. Floyd Pqovey, of North Car olina, is here this week on account of the accident to bis nephew, Pat Poovey. . Mrs. Orban Miles returned to her home in Corbin Wednesday, follow , ing a several days' visit to relatives . and friends here. Mrs.' Nannie Minahan and two children, of Portsmouth, V., are the guests of her sisttr, M...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1911

; v ri7rm. mmMMMmmmmt Winter Months on the Farm M,KiKKK)f(iiHMKm,WiMmM f S, I &J "Acmtsmqi How to Improve Them Weed Eradication Wait from Weed "J How loiContro! nd Erlicta Thrta Scrioua Pesli By PROF. U. A. M-OORE V CopjiUht. igio. br WtiOrn Nwipmi Union ,', Crbpu lowee aggregating millions or dollar oeour annually tnrougnoui tho Unlll States due to lack ot otn- rlwit wU control Imnionse areas arc Infected vlth wee It to an extent that make It very advlsablo to carry m a determined warfare to oradlcato them. For many years thoao Inter anted fn scientific and permanent agri culture have considered tho menaco ot weeds and have- laeuod warnings attained ihem. This early work dealt ulmost wholly with urevontive tncas uro. largely along the line of eecd in spection to Insure clean eccd. Fanners on tho Urgln soils of tho T'nltod States where weeds wore not numerous wro Inclined to ridicule the Idea that they could oer become serl ously troublesome. The fears ot the -.cletHlitB have be...

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 February 1911

mmmmrW'mt $ w iwmiBmHfm v K . & r-- 'pf ADVOCATE. T' - 41 4 . -it Entered as Bocond-ClaM Mattor Frt.lnr. Kebnmrf 10th. 1W at lb rostofflna at tlarlwurvlllo. Knoic County, Ky unrtor Ac of Conrrwa of March 3rd, lira. MOTTO. Ltvi Fon Oon Fiitr.ari.-Do Tin Orkatiat Amount or Good Wk'oan to the J,aiuijcst Ndxokii or PKnri.s, terms: $1.00 Per Year in Advance. BAKBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FfcBRUARY 24,1911 Vol. VIII. No, 2 W. R. BLACK KED OUT mJa zsmt m ? wsm u uamm Refused to 'Written Entered Into No Proposition Could be Of fered to Which He fe&& Would Zftl? He Saw the Handwriting on the kf- Wall and Realised that His Doom Was Sealed Out of About 166 Republican Voters Stood Ready to Vote for Sampson ,For Judge frj. JUDGE SAMPSON'S STATEMENT Uvunoi'H villi:, Ky., & Feb. 18, 1911. Dn.u Friends: J Jf- JV -..., W this letter. Mr. Black started 'sin's campaign by praising himself to theies and telling us what a very vj good man he is, and every time ue makes a speecli he rem...

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 February 1911

M mm-vm 14 - . Jl MMj&gi 'WmL1 '. r . w mp i i (' .fr ? , ffbfe flftoimtajht B&vocatc Published Every Friday at BarbotirvHle-, Kentucky. - BJ i A ' - -" - - " " f ' II - (Cntrl Snii01ss,Wslwr rVhmiirr IWI tt " ' BrfcrUI. Kr Hrt Art " Crtlm' of MPPh nl 1 '?. n WILL CLARK, - EDITOR AND PUDLI8HER. , SttbieriptiWi Rate: $ 1.00 per yuiir.iii advance to everybody. Is the numlHT for thtwe desiring- to couiuiunicatu with tin oilice by phone. Rintf up Control rd nU for number. Yon will thMi lie connected direct with tins oluce.if vouh.ivi-'nielmp(iHniiidTolephonosorvica'. 14 flic Officlnl Orsn el the Republican Party in Knox County. THAT LAW SUIT (Continued from First I'iih) Affiant says tlmt on r about tltc i -Jay of , 1011. one mp " " '""'den and cue Jno. 0. Key- I itnlfla fiMl t e htm Imiiiii nnd t-nit. It'll I ' V1M, J NIK IIUIHL tllltl Ikll NOT EFFECT IlDGii SON'S KACR. FNL158S IT MAKIi. THE PHOPLF. IX TIMS 12ND OF THE COUNTY STRONG BR l;0R jriK'.E SAMPSON. Ye knowJu,1g.S.MpOH.H...

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 February 1911

r th T? " V .1 fcV JS: BHOjCMi ", finRi i4-Jlfe? mr in i v m . t j"' wji fcrau t9 P5V W' b.jV,3 m wWjZr f KM i ( r a rdsr. sKpfc WSH 3ri 'ihnafoiftyi i v 1 .w,; L .". tLi . -. & '. kV4 PIkM "hi 1 1 1 iiirniiil L''!'1J9999!1I ERSOML LO'CAL MENTIONING! )6,4'!eeef iiSe Dithenige far embroideries fmJ, laces. lj. Nellie new line of dress goods nt fSDctlicragc's. iPfrn Hemphill wits to Illinois- KMCT i. ft. . nrili. ,.,,.!, forge A. Lock waff i it town a lew days the first part of the wee. EyertliTpK up-to-date find new in the iiet'kjwcnr line nt Uetherutfe's iK dy zrKu. C. Minstrels -gave u pet jfTnaiicc nt Corbiu ruesdiiy-niijlit "Charles and Will Cole both came Shorne Inst Saturday to rote in the itdjcial primary Ripl. Statuberry was home last Saturday to vote in the primary, ittliad been held. 'AH'larL'e number of citizens from Micro nttenrfprl the SDcaklDL' at Wll- i Hamsburg Inst Monday. - ' Judge 1. 11. Unllard returned home last Friday (com an extended visit ' to relatives in ...

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 February 1911

'E$OTw UflBBHVIS'Q "" ,V . t "" intf r IT .-.M' rnffllsMtinrTInt. TtSQWtW1 ' 35XbssssmK! XHMMVaKStlUPsim MIMBjmBJMBBHsnHHHHKRBazMSH ! " '""'"""11".1 " "' '' "-'"". .'- " "J-i'iLLiil ! ak1 !:.','!!: ir1."'.1 """'' su ., -'" '' 'BBMJMiBMWilrllMM ' - egggssawsssWi ' ' yagMgmumww i minim i " mi m i m u n iimi'M n)w fyS 'tBSttAtltKktll n ..... -.... ...- '- ' i. -... ---wwiininhrirnfiriinnnfiiiiiiMiniMiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiniriiWiWiiiMtMiMMiiMiritriiriir-- -..:..-.-. 'ink fit Winter Months on Hie farm, XKiCKKKttflft;Mftrffll mmmmmmmmmm - tt 'M M 4 s Poultry Breed inBg How lo Chooe a Breed, Mlo nJ R' i , 'Fowll TU Will Civa Urrt Net Retail 1' a. wiBy PROF. v J. G. HALTING . SOMETHIJMG NEW. Improve & 3Jhaw$ i 1 mw 1 I m''9HVnVRVRVH3n9IRVimiVllflfffl , ... : v.aas. - . m -a fl F';l fc n Copjtlllit, tsio, br U'tilin NwtjPtr Uaioa . - Tho universal Question ot tho far msr latsresteu In poultry Is 'What freed will prove most profitable for l,onersl fnnu purposes?" Ho lncos i.iutly bilge the poult...

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 March 1911

HSHSKHSSBSSSSSiBSISSaBaSS mmmpemmmmm jjrjZj ,.'r, t Jjrili. ;f m. t. - ADVOCATE f A lisrsmz ?. Rntprrrt m Hncond MIim Mnttnr Prlitur. February I8lh. 1111 Mh rVmoffleaiit IMrlmiirrllla iCnoi Cnuntr. KftUniftr Atf ConrrMof Murch.lnt, ItT. MOn):-t.ivr Foil Onn KHiBins-Do Th Ohatkt Aaomrr or (loon Wr Caw to tub Larsmt Nurniin o Prorr.ii. B H I B I B B B B I 1 H I L I I H H 1 B H h h h m m a h m m k h h h &.JT f't w;X ' 'te, He, 'f AnKi iKS M .. . ;Pjrn: $1.00 Per Year rOUR PACTS .M until onouiu luiiviuic lv en Hie Most Skep ticnl. v. . I'lliii-k niul his. hoiich- l !!.. it'll in liavi" oi-ru .ijurmiiiiic fmi luu'Biiit m;aiift twlgc Hatnp- til Jicf iv tin public fur wiine '.' pa.st, Itiuiw that Uii'M- is Tii it in I Iicir rni-triitiini, anil, HI ion (lie searchlight of tiutli is (trued mi, it will vanish ns the fist before the rising nun. Wo will set, mil four facts hfie Ifnt are Riilliufent to ronvini e ovoii the most skeptical tlmt the whole story is simply a trumped- ' I - r..l .....

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 March 1911

V7 W8Tfw . 'i- , ry I X i.t? i JH .cvoeate ' ..rbourvillc, Kentucky. Oth, lrrt i Ox lo.tiiltiit. lurliirTlll, Ky .Hgrw of Mink nt li:v. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ifiitcs: tl.OO per yflnr In iidvnnco to ovf?rylody. .no number for t lioso doirliig to eoiiuuttniciito with - . . iliis ollioo by phono. Him tip Central lit d ink for 1 Jl 4 number. You w ill thou bn connected direct w till 11m I olllce,ifyoithuviThe( amp(ircundTolcphonoerHce. The Official Organ ol the Republican Parly In Knox County. IS W. R. BLACK A SAINT OR A HYPOCRITE? W. H. Black lias boon going ubout oer the Disttiot with a long 'face, praising himself and hcustiug of his honor and honesty as a man and his prightness us a .ludge. Let us look into his record, as a tnan and as a Judge, and see how much there i in hi boasts. In the fiist place, ho entered this race by entering into a fraud ulent collusions tth one . I. N. Sluup, the attorney for the K. O. Campbell Coal Co., in an attempt to deceive the people and injure the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 March 1911

vg" ". 'i tt?i' '& "' !' R m, SESS3 ' J i 1- ZW ii Astern :i w s -v, .. mf: V " ",T ) v '"is. I . PERSONAL m L.OCAL MENTIONINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Circuit Judge -,' Wo nre authorized to announce JUDGE FLEM D. SAMPSON Of Birbourvlllt, Kentucky as a candidate for tho nominn- tion Tor Circuit, .Judge of tho Hlth Judicial District of Kentucky, Xtmbjoct. to t lie Henublican Iri- amary, to ho held Mar. 25, JIM. For State Senator Waaro authorized toniinoimce f JOE F. BOSW0R1M 5 Of MUJItiboro, Bll County i a9 a candidate for re-election to fy flm nfllcn (if Statn Snnntor from Tyff the 17th Senatorial District oi 'i'VY Kentucky, suLject to the Kopitb- iv VK?w"can Primary, March Lt.Ii, JiMJ embroideries ife5. See Dcthcrncc for .in,' - - 3- and laces. See the new line of dress goods nt W. II. Dctherage's. Charles Davis mndcu business trip to Louisville, Thursday. Mr ln..,..cr lf..lb,r ntllmn . ., , , r ii i c i visited nomefolks here bundny, Evcr'tbing up-to-date nnd new in the neck wear l...

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 March 1911

, .wflKMraKTiaiaEarLi? .fiTvwatJv r ro .r. . " . ik mm n .Mi ulj ' - f ,m w,t'fSjwK," &.' "."v.. S7 .' r,' W- ft rr2S"PM 9 v ivT7 77lwr f "t :wwmmKRmwm$mM!FmlM ' " wMsajHaw3ssaisgMBga5BMassiii i i it i iirrgaB3aawawawawaMMiawBMa5- rOKE AFFIDAVITS IRMtt tfroJqllttMrltni ffidn it, ami JWl tljflriy others, You then ffQyjto is behind these imse vWrtjnet wgt btunpson. flfeMMirll H QohUn who nJth Uit Bewoomts and tried brf 'than hMKL dklob Powers IDMlii fttc KrbRcan pnrtj": II lt Kfcttlrttc ky, utfrtif Knox. nlftaut, -In me WnlXfr, itfwt he rcnlco m linking 'in Knox counts, and has L. i.l- I f ....... .ut -...1 'rvMMl'u ir )-n (m"'i It he hn Rlknr ridiithes und ind in tfcat prt, of Kiion kitty, unit 1 acquainted with st ctry mmi on tflinkin ik; that lie is well acqiitttnt- with F. I). Sampson, now a D. B. Golden anil one Jim G. Rcy nolda cnnic to his home and reic settted to affiant that Hie said F. P. Sampson luul swindled him out of severn I thousand dollars in said mincrnl rights a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 March 1911

v :"- v $ '. vr ''-a--- ,,B Jiiti'Wr ntjfcpilww- -vA H, 7 r V' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. ?& ' "J - l RiiterM Prnond-GlaM Xtttnr FrMr. Frbnurr lth. IW4 t lb PanlQttcn it nrliiirvlllo. Knox Cnuntjr. Kr.. under Act of Cnnrrr-n of Mured 3nl, lr. M(UTO:-f.ivr. Fob Our Fiiirnoi-Do Tn OmUtmt Amount or Oooi Wis Oak to tiik Laiwmt Nionrn or I'ropi.p.. $ u , ' aw BR v ? F? wsmm K t i&r ? .Jff " wl .m Terms: $1.00 Per Year w J. N. SHARP AND W. R. BLACK j? Hold A Midnlflbf Conference at Willlamsburn vj' 'Irlpoclnl loTlinAilvoento. r h Williamsburg, Ky., Alar. , 0n last Saturday, February 25th, d uu go w. iv. XJinr.K uujourueii his court lioro until Monday i-jfj mnrnint Tinli. 97 anil minniiiirrM rlthat court would go on, and told fa number of his friends that he j would not be a' candidate any f further. Thiaction followed an . ' ell'ort of Judge Black and his jCfoIloverIItlio week in trying i f r frckf. hntVnin n fn inn tit lllnnlr'o to get ou tjT man to run in Black's placo and lot Bluck...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 March 1911

mmi ME3 y t f Zhc flfoountaln Bbvocate vsi":v: ,-;'. ','.,' . '" " " in., i.llia.wi , .,. ..,,, , IJtlli -. mm9'immj-rmm9mmmmmKmmmrTr Published Every Friday at Barbourvillc, Kentucky. Knterd Sornl-Clm Msttfr btiiry loth, lo( nt th 1'o.lotllcf l MflurTlll. Ky., under Act nt Oongrrm of Murrli Snl 1ft. O. WILL CLARK,- EDITOR AND PUBLI8HKR. Subscription llixtos: t.00 per year in utlviinco to everybody. Is the number for those desiring to coniimiuiciito with this ollico by phono. King up Contml ai d ask for number. Vow will thou bo connected direct with this ofliccjif vou ImvoThel'iimp C5 round Toleplione service. The Olficlaf Orjan of the Republican Party In Knox County. IS W, R. BLACK A SAINT OR A HYPOCRITE? TAUT II. W. 11. Hlack's law partner devoted an entire page of the "Peoples News", (W. 11. Hlack's News) last week to I "That Law Suit". We refer to that in famous law suit, that child of fraud, conceived in iniquity and horn in sin at the Victoria Hotel inlLouisville. Those i who w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 March 1911

Tfr7v ,r Iw j v tW t j ht " 1" iFHRflFV'ii mm &' ft- fTO vr " fy ' iiMSKmnBHkV.KTnv-v : .j- ynr ., -?W T1VaffiMni3aHLYHR fcTTT'.4PFlHW' "7.. VHBW a A( M r ,, ' EHBMBMBMBMBMBMBMBMBMBMBMBWMaVSaaMrT.MMBlt''aHBrr T-J.HUaaw ' ri T iw v " ""--.-' tw- r - ' ttt ,av j, ' i mw r "" r. . rn.. .'X1- - - r- , - , jjf, -yr lf,i - aw 1 1 11 "V ' ' - ,av U. ii- ySi ft&si n v. .e. i'. mm - J m us? V.-V -'Jr' ! tgVKMj 31? rflnr k2i3B?TP IHSJks .teSBiL? isjl&iF&X; 4f t5 J 4 1 KttMtWr. : ' rjHrr 'nTJK ffl-1 - ,i$mf.. irfE&2iT AadKalrB 4&:tiV -.il' ...aJiT 3dM.SBlioH PERSONAL m LOCAL MENTIONING? aHOitrrkY lKrr.PVIP?WrXC; I foooooooooooooooooooooooo XTL 1 X X A " ' " For Circuit Judge 'Wo are authorized to announce ; JUDGE FLEM D. SAMPSON 01 Barboutvillt, Kentucky an a candidate fnr tho nomina tion Tor Circuit. Judge or tho tilth Judicial District of Kentucky, "subject to the Republican I'ri- fci?Vrnary, to be hold Man 2fi( 1011. yir " . .. "J?"T. IJ. Aftlitey ii nRain.nltlc to e...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 March 1911

fjHKBaBQHBH 4siiiwi A BBBWH WWBwVT m r ?rKHr"iTHrW HRk Jsnfls1tHsffiMsiSsVKUl-w'' W t fvBCj. E r i.' r V V I, til s T1w.'! tT- " v r . i .' mBB BT1" .-.-. .. Jg . l i lilhiPii'i m MUKE AFFIDAVITS Bp t Read the following affidavits, mid there-are many others. You then can see who is beliiud these false ' charges against Judge Sampson. Tliis is the same B. B' Gohjleii who joined with the Democrats nnd tried to help them hang Caleb Powers and "Damn the Republican party": State of Kentucky, County of Knox. The afliant, James Wnlkcr, says that ho resides on Stinking Crock in Knox county, and has sojre8ided for years past, and that he has many relatives and friends in 'that part of Knox county, and is acquainted with almost every man on Stinking Creek; that he is well acquaint ed with F. I). Sampson, now a candidate for Circuit Judge, and lias had dealings with him ; that the said Sampson has bought and traded in lands on Stinking Creek among alliant's neighbors and friends for some seven...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 March 1911

TrfrX :? s .4 t f Hfc MOUNTAIN HDVOCATE '- L ft .v 3faeatttesrr: MM! --KM Entered m Sicon.! Clnu Mitttnr Frl.lny. IX.rimrv Win. In .it tho IVitoiIlen nt llarlm.irvlllo. Knot Countr. Kr.. under Art r Onrm rf M.reh 3rd. in. M()lT(:-f.ivit Foil Uuh Kuikniii-Ik, T.ir Omkatkat axim-st or Onon Wf (Jah to -rn Larok.t Ntiastn or Prorl.r.. nrao Terms: .$1.00 Per Year In Advance. BAKBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. 5 y HI: ABM Br JUDGE SAMPSON Has Been Tried by the People and Pound To be A fair, Impartial and Honest Judflc Judge Sampson has resided among the citizens of Kurhour-' Ttlle for the greater part of his life. He spent his school days, for the most pnrt, here. After the usual struggles of most young men of limited means he acquired sufficient learning to secure a ccrtiticate to teach in the public schools. Ho' taught for some time in Knox county and during the time ha was thus engaged, began the study of law. As a teacher he showed that same earnest purpose ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 March 1911

UHHCfHMn "5f ...,,., I , - I 1 1 IHII 1 - I iM m ll.l P , i .. .. . , 1 . . .. I I.1J U i. ill (V 1 1 .1 . 1 I .- ."ipSsMss&SwS8flsWBWsBBMsaWSSSBW&BBSWBs JjffWsK iHIIUIH - & I li ssV-l I W. -IHB - mm, i aHl J llMilifM&?7T7 hc Atountajto Hbvocate Published Every Friday at Barbourvlllc, Kentucky. KntrrnI a VeinilCI Vaittr rVlinury Mill. 1 at llii IMstnfflm it rurlouMltl, Ky., ' wicW Act if !nrf of March 8nl UT. O. WILL CLARK, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Subscription Kutos: f 1.00 per year in advance, to everybody. . Is the immber for those desiring to cotninunicatu with - J this oflico by phone. King up Central ai d ask for J II I UL number. You "ill then bo connected direct with this I " i)lHec,ifyouhuveThoCumpGroundTclophoneservice. The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. Shorifls in the county. The) following is the list selected and alt aro known to bo good men s Harliourvlllo precinct No. 1, Court House, John M. TltiRioy, Chirk; A.( Mitchell, Judge; ....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 March 1911

A iJfc fiCF ?3..-1 f(j. s - , -- y.w A La " .iS- 'Zl 'Jh F PERSONAL LOCAL MENTIONING? iwfc MWCt'WWiWOJtWtfW KC' 'This is St Patrick's liny In the morning. (, 'David Stnnsbtiry is rennrted on .the sick list (Ins wrck. George Wnikiii. ot Loudon, was n visitor ucrr ouimnv. I I ' J Judge Charles Henl, of Middles- ikboro, war in town Wednesday on 5,lbuiiiK3. . Mrs. B. A. Geary N on the sick Mist this week, threatened with pneu "monin lerer. Pete Douohue is exp-cted to nrrive here at an carlv date to enter school feat Union College. lev. A. C. Hutson, pastor of the Baptist church, is auflcring with la tMfgrippc ot this writing. isfl Prof. L. A. ones, ot the Institute, rww-rj.-m, - t . 'i speniting a lew uays wuu nomc :foii Iks in North Carolina. The County Committee met here ?5lnst Tuesday and named the officers Kk ....... . . ... -ot rne rrimary election. j. M. Dixon has moved with his family to Pineville, where he will en?a?e ! blacksmithinc ,r. C. McDonald and Vernon Faulk nerraade a f...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 March 1911

w t wr .. ii.'7 -- h;H f r rsr? ir A-t . ,. 4 f SUvIMER SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH C, 5c 7f, Ufme Card, apEs mLj iM'J 'iiiii ' ' bi I J ?. f' i Has Accomplished Teachers in the No teacher worthy of the nmne Is content to Login tho work of the now year without better preparation tlinn that with which ho ended the old. To do so ht unfair to himself, "his profession and the children and community he porves. Eevory thoughtful, cotucieiitiotia toucher undorstnnds thut his success or fail- lire alfoets not himself alono or chiefly, but chiefly those entrusted to him as pupils ami students, be coming their gain or lohs. The teacher mn not depend alone on books and Journals for Informa tion and Inspiration. He needs to come In contact with other teueh er's,' both those of his class ami grade and those of other clashes and high er grades. He needs especially to know personally the masters in his miblect and his art. to ir.t their methods at first hand. It is for these reasons that the Hummer sehuul...

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 March 1911

'iplWXgJTbM f, TW m -s-. c J0Z r v,? B-'i $t ? 4 . "il." f-JT' IK ' THE MOUNTAIN ftDV V' i'VUliM'MOffli xIOl ate fcc ; UhH RnterM n8oeiiniM'lnM Mnttiir Frtclnr. fclinnrv I'Jtli. tnil ntUin IVntnttlrnut llnrlmiirvlllo Knnx County. Kj unier Act ot rnntrM Murrfc f1, 1 MOITO.-lavr l"rtu Htm I'iiii'mi tin Tnr Ohbatfit Amount or (limn Wr. 'x to tub I.ahii.t NuMnrn or Priri.. Terms: $1.00 Per Year in Advance. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 2-1,1911 Vol. VIII. No. 6 WTK w, U: CERTIFICATE OF NOMINATION Por Cicuit Judge Given Pletm D. Sumpson Committee Meets ot Corbin j and Issues the Proper . Credentials I TheTJiirty-fotirtli Juiliciul He publican Committee held u meet ing in Corbin lust Thursday (10) after having been notified by j Judge Black that he hd with drawn from theYnoe b uvitig onlv Judge V. I). Sampson a a uaudi date in the primary qet. for .March the 2fith, nutl the time limit, hnv. ing expired for entries in this primary the tommitte- gave Judge Sampson the coitilieate (....

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