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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 March 1911

' 11 " ; ? .. .' $?J f: Rv i '& 4- jfriaft ;w ttbe fl&ountai.if. Hbvocate Published Every Friday at JJarbpurville, Kentucky. XntoreJ iwi.n.l ! Matter February IVlli, lvol at tl.e lMstomco.it IlirNiiirvlUe, Ky., umlrf Art nf rmiKrriM ot Miroli int tn.V. SPT23E O. WILL CLARK,- EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Sttbsoriplitin linto-: t.0 per year in advance to everybody. 14 Is tho number for tlioW deiiViiiWConuminicato with this ollico bv phono. King up Central at d ask for number. You will thou be connected direct with this ollicis if urn huvi'ThoOnmp Ground TclephoucsGrvSce. 14 The Official Orjan ol the Republican' Parly In Knox County. ho t thq'umiof tho Republican party, and If nominated and! elected would make faithful and worthy olllcialc looking upon the situation from our view point, it) fleetni' than the proper filing for Knox county to do would ho to noleot aai her delegates to the District Convention, delegate? who will look' to the future interest and welfare of the patty, men ...

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 March 1911

t " ? & r $&" ' '. W$ a 335 1-i, kJ ?", I.,' k" - s IF- if ft . ERSONAL - LOCAL ME-NTIGNINGS wAyccij MttiMtit' Roe iJlxfn wns .down from Pine Ihv vile Sunday. . Dim Faulkner, of I'ioeville, spent Riindni with home folk bcrc. A1 1) Smith is confined lo liis lied thif week with In grippr and threat rned with p'nrumnitia Irvcr. George Lnne nniveil Sunday after noon from Hardinshurg and spent the first of the week withjiome folks. Kev. T. D. Mullins. of Mt. Vernon, father of Kev. E H. Mullins, of this city, was here the latter part of Inst week. u Mrs. Geo. W. Tyc has been' report ed on the sick list during the past A' full line' of nrti lriBsiitt. and Skfrtu on snle'fit'Olhson,f. Fred BugUm) wan' culled here this week ori account of the illness of hit father. John A. Hlnck in able to lie out again after a very severe siege of la grippe and pneumonia. Miss Mary Stnnshurr returned last Saturday from a visit to friend, and relatives at Lafonia. Mrs. RV. Cole and 'daughter, Miss My...

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 March 1911

' in X V s fi LaJBffL It Take Muny Procttst and tin Wprk of Four Mtn. Tho making of ft wineglass- is a fascinating Eight to watch and a revelation to many. It requires th , services of four men, and Uio proc esses nro numerous. Inserting his hollow iron blowpipe into tho mouth j of ono of tho poU or crucibles, the blower collects sufficient "metal" to I form the bowl of a wineglass. i Tin's metal is a lump of hot, soft i irtnlcrial and is, of course, molten glass. It is made from white sand, j red lead, refined ash and saltpeter mixed in certain proportions, and ' then it lins been resolved into mol-1 ten fln, technically known as metal. The lump of material on the end of the pipe is rolled to and j fro on a polished table to obtain the , desired smoothness and evenness of surface. After swinging the hot glass rap idly through the air for some mo ments the worker then blows down the pine until tho lump of soft ma- , terinl has expaidcd to the required si7e and shape, whm he gauges i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1911

ezsnazfl !jF ,iT rv W Wv THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE w J. sv- Kiitnreii an Hruoinl-Clinn Msttur Krltlny. Kclirimry ItUli. IMH Hi thn I'lMtfiinVn nt IMrliirvtltii. Kiwx County. Kf.. unitor Act of Conrrr" of Mnrrh 1nl, 1S7V, MOITO: J.ivk Knit Dim Fhikniis-Mo Tiir. Oiihatmt Amoh.vt ok ilnnn Wr. f!A! to tub t.Aiinr.T Nunnr.ti or I'nuri.r.. :'$ .' v; ii Trin5. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. 7 i B - .- " ;, B Wgii -' .: to? 6 ' ' ', 3?. tV .P iK 0, t m. hf V. V A flatpy.lfaft V ..'Ewfx vjnt .4, SvHSSK m: wJSJIfB. flE". -L 23K. Emjmsrt i3Bh5jBfiK " -wist fcSBls POERSTALKS WITH PRES. TAFT Stocks Edwards' P.ostoffice Appointments and Selects Private Secretory Washistotok, D. 0. March 28 Representative Caleb IJovers to day Bu'cceodpd in overthrowing two of former RcDrcBentative D. 0.;'EdwardV postofllce' recom mendations, J. D. Tuggle, at BaVbftUrville; and W. N. Blake-! the sufferings of her hereaved kins-ly.-ftt 'Williamsburg, and secur- m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1911

TTRT' TPPT m Xbe fltountajht Hbvocate I ' I I II I'll ,, II aaaa Published Every Friday at Barbourvillc, Kentucky. jr.ntrred Wnnil-CImm Msilef FrbTiimrjr let It, lWM t the Piwtolllco rl-trtviMlll, Ky., iimler Act t C'nnKrrM nt Mtrrh ant IHTrf. LM41B 0. WILL CLAI1K, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Subscription Hates: t.0 per year in advance to everylwdy. B lb the number for thovj desiring to coiumunlcato with this ollieo by phone. King up Central tu.d ask for number. You will then bo connected direct with this olUce, if you lme'rhe(. 'amp ( J nnindTclophono service. 14 14 tt Eiily laid can be laid right over wood thinulet if necenary 'proof Stormproof Latt M long the building and never d repair. For further detailed Information apply to The Official Organ of the Republican Party la Knot County. J. H. Blackburn, Agent, Barbourville, Ky 5p-. " , f raaaaa E ?( as is? -4 iH sz. f JKwm; v '- - te. mem . jkIIB e-3 11 JKfirlJ'W''-'! a" .wv-w jfm. , . kkkm 0H nee A lf Many of the older States of the T...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1911

""ir tiP WP . n, ,W" VZ. I"1 ?3ry ft ,t 3?, '"j "m ?- Cvv , V A1 if A It fa HE. .,? fen f. 'i'''i '''' ...- , . , FET KKSINAL LIJUAL M N N N Sm si.,.i,er. ii..i.i.r.r i. twwfHfM'1 f f ccc(fe ' Meet mc to-night Jn "Dreamland." Cha. D. Cole wan down from Ely Sunday. Everybody in busily engaged tlii week gardening. A new line of men's neckwear and hose jutt received at Gibson's. Have you visited "Dreamlnnd"? If not, you have missed a treat. ll, P. Martin, of Corbin, was here on business the first of the week. J. M. Roboion made a business trip - to Cincinnati the first of the week. Miss Margaret Rowland, ol Hop per, was in town Monday, shopping. Don't fail to visit "remnant coun ter" when in the Gibson Co's. store. The present indications are not very favorable to the early garden er?. A swell line of the newest nrticlcs in ladies' nerk wear at the Gibson Co's. Miss Sallie Hoskfns is establishing a Millinery More in iinzarn, i erry county. Marsh Mahan, of Williamsburg, ' was calling on...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1911

fjflpinHHiri "T -ir jm?3Hmmi swfflM If. J iii ,,..,-,, , , , - , ., .r M , ... nn i ! - - -i- i" i i ii , -"-'. inn ' ' "TKmm M sis .. in piinlJ g3iTia afci.BBl i -j.- i r saMeaseSaasja , , . e J' - ' l v I Winter Months on the farm How to Improve Them Coprrlfbt, 1910 by Every farm s il be equipped with H farm ahop in hlob the ownnr ran repair broken parti -f farm machine or make new ouei aid thereby sate both time and nionoy y making use of the winter days whin other iork Is lack. The shop tnu.r o either a mil' building by itself ot simply cor ner ' iinrn or Implonett shed fit ted 11 One r. lo how over ahould tvj . -iforced; that the hop If a s. 'or the tool. aud that overy tool s. . returned to 1U place Id tlio .'L.,, " Ine used. The Farm Workshop. Among the essentials In the Mil ahop are a strong, durahlo wotk bench, an iron Use. an efficient (owe. anvil, and a auppl of carpenter's tools corresponding to the needs of the Indl rldual farmer. A KDod forge sultnblo for funeral farm ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 April 1911

1UI I MUWJJII! " l "'W 'VjP! ""! "i rw 4 ADVOCATE. i m MMMMTMMMMBIBMfrfffflrH " i-Trr-t f . F THE MOUNTAIN H tt, a. - , s MKVLFVdfcin I B$5- .fc EwB1 V ! V kW r , i S. S (' BP9r r MMSt IbP81 Bai " iff".' v "T f -?: hi i W9& m w . Terms: $1.00 Per Year -MEETING WAS .''r- State Central Committee Named inatimg Republican . State Ticket Louisville Named as tion and Basis Fixed at Tho Republican State Central hooiniitg bim for Stnte Troasuicr Committee mot at. the CJult but lie bus not. muile bis nil Houbc ih Louisville last. Satur-.nouncoinont as yet. day promptly at one o'clock for', A large percent of the Kopub tlio purpose of fixing the time, llicim lenders from nil pails of place and manner of nominating the State wore on hand and nev the State ticket, to be elected er before has there been such on- this coming November. There was an unusually large attondandanre of Republicans from every District in the State whocamo to see and learn what was being done, besides, there wftsafii...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 April 1911

be flftountajn Bfrvocate illshed Every Friday at Barbourville, Kentucky. IfeJ flrrnml CUh Mutter fflTUnry lltli, loot t tlif fo.tollkent H-rtmiirYllle, Ky., I limlrr Art of I'onitrrM of Mirrh .ml lHTv. 'ILL CLARK, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Subscription Kates: 11.00 per your in advnneo to everybody. Is thu nuiubfrfor tho-e desiring to rommuiiicnto with Ui'm otlico by phone. King up Contra I nt.d risk for ihiiiiIht. You will then ho conuccted direct with thi ollice,ifyouhavoThetunpOrouudTclcphoncserice. 14 Tbe Official Or(an ol the Republican Party In k'nox County. A CARD Uio Republicans of Kentucky : Four years ago at the Republican State Oonvontion my name i presented for the nomination for the office of Commissioner of rictilture, labor and statistics mid 1 received a very tlattering e, but the nomination was given to Mr. Rankin, and 1 meekly ved to the wish of the majority and returned to my desk where jam took up my pen and began in earnest to assist in the tight ich resulted so sati...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 April 1911

ifinwiWiiipHPIPiyjjiii.il.1 in I ii W "JW ' J,'?pl,"J"""",MJIHII Ji' - ? ' f E vantTp (KEf s HKltX WBgj1 y -ito jB;ji.ff i v S v 3SfcwKnox, ?& 4ii irrlSliliRti l?'t: '7-' t-. i. ' i -SKmmbLa, ... MtjwwaMlWWIBBfcy.-V-r--;l-,,l-ll,.-ir.-VilWil -,, p- ., Ifciti. -TTj-r ..TiTTT n - .- - -M - ...i, , -i -. -rs. ,-. ,n t T l n T A-k FKKaUfSAL LUUAL 1Y1JMN llUlNHNljrb . Tii''g:'" te s U " Anderson Campbell left Mondnv for Cincinnati Miss Lila Hayes and Mln Flora ''Smith have returned from n week' "stay in Louisville. 'Everything new nnd up-todnte t Gibson's tliev win lit you up !7ror m head to foot. f Mrs. Rebecca Girdnrr is the guest ?! of her daughter, Mrs II C. Lewis, at Union College, this wck. 1 ,?Ju9t received n lot ol "switches" nnd "puir" at Gibson's. Try thew before buying your new hat. i ? A. J. Ferguson, of Teague, nnd J Wl. Logan, of Clate, were in this week to get some printing supplies Don't fail to visit "remnant coun ter" when in the Gibson Co's. store, i . t.W. M. Dish...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 April 1911

Kin &.'.&& im v . . wix ' WvS -JWIMW.SpW, Ms r ss ;sc ac M Winter Months oa; to Improve Them Feeding Wintf to Get ny LopTtlhl, it i. kf Wtaurn Nwaiapar L nion Many poultry ralaera make radical aUUkea In changing their fowl from umnir to winter ratlona. They do lot appreciate the Importation of aalntalnlng the proper proportion of aaat an.t lucritUtit feed In H wl'i er ration and above alt or iiipplyltig! hose eonatltueiita to the birds Imme ' laUly at the beginning of cold ' feather During mitnnier the hlr.lMj atoh and eat nil abundance of (trass oppert and In addition have a large Mpply of green f.MKl couxtantly svall Die ao tnai an xneir wau.e .... 'i. , d. Just a soon aaitenlte musing l prevented by cold weather the feed r should begin to tnpply succjileut ed. luch as alfalfa, roots and clover ay aud beef scraps In the ration to A Hopper for Qrlt or Dry Math. :at It will coi respond as closely ai isslble to the suiuuier feeding The ider should not wa.lt until after ir...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 April 1911

m& i i iiaylwyn MOUNTAIN :V5 v Entered a Sncnncl-ClnM Mnttnr Frlitiiy. Koliruary loth. Wl nt tho I'tifttonirn nt lUrlmiicvllk Knox Ooiintf. Kjr under Act f Cnnrew of Murch 3rd, ICT. MOri'O: f.ivr. Foil Own I'iurkus Do Tub Uhratrxt Ahi nt or (inon w Oak to tub tannm Nurn or Pnnrt, : Terms: $1.00 Per Year in Advance. BARF30URVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911 Vol. VIII. Nor9-' - . Jh fc - r - - - - - fa .- , . . . . f rim Ik iPVtf V UV.M I L iji t aA .1 . kk " 'A Yff . t . Zi sv- i " r ?& Zt NV CLEANLINESS Essentials of Neatness for Civic Improvement. The Saturday evening's Louisville Times produces some wliolcsomc ad vice in its columns, which would, if npplicd to Harbourvillc, mnke our ...city the queen ctty of the Cum berland Valley. "The second step in civic improve ment is the improvement in the es sentials of neatness. Aside from the mere cleanliness are certain addi tions which contribute to a pleasing appearance; orderliness, trimuess, tidiness, simplicity. A home...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 April 1911

ECKEL1 a: wrT7miT?M - rrvn If, i- , .'hflM , v" LLlZXL.jMMHn mnr KM i MtTfl'WTliimii Zhe flftotmtain Ec-vocate Published Every Friday at Barbourvilie, Kentucky. Knterni s.-nrnt CIm VUtter Frbnury llth, lwt it the Ivutuillce nt HrliiirYlll , Ky., utitler Aet "f CVinBrfi, nf Mrc1 Srtl 1M. WILL CLARK, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Subscription Kates: 1.00 per year in advance- to everybody. f lu l..i .. imiK.tr- ir itwwn flnwiriticr in rnmimintftiLn with 1 71 this ollico by phone. King up Central ui (I ask for I LL number. You will then bo connected direct with thh office, if .voiilmvi'TlioC'iuiipCt round Telephoncservice. 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Parly in Knox County. - - - a Aa AAAAAAstsi A AAA list i iiltll i i mm- ii ttTtttttTttTttTTTT j SOWING I GLORY i: - M - lilr vorllr, I unl ru, Unctnt a n t wheat f.U Into tli rouu,ldnd V. corn dU, It .llil.th alone, but If It ell., It krlnf.th forth much fruit Shall Kentucky be Re-Districted? - ? ERUSA.I.KM w buiy uon ccrUln klllt ud In...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 April 1911

rrvii'yjnxw! " 'V'' '! "wr ,! miyiyyjw'M'fl b ". JWm ' 'f -- i ' "t,j1'"gB A J 'M ?v & &-?' -SBS)"- ?: . . jrw'u: R&1 .1:.3? r fjiy ! mj ii i i T h mux iiiiw i wi.iiiiir rt iifii MV.MSMi't99'iM',9'a PERSONAL W LOCAL MENTIONINGS ,eieCMMe'f'Pf6'''e''''E'!' Today is Good Friday. Meet mc tonight in "Dreamland." Don't nibs tlic Imll game this afternoon. Charles Davis is in Louisville this week on husincs. &:i',' Rev. 1 W. Ilnrrop returned from l.ntnnia Wednesday. The town hns hcen very well fdled this week with court visitors. A new line of men's neckwear nnd hoscjnst received at Gibson's. Don't fnil to visit "remnant coim ter" whrn in the Gibson Co's. store. Editor T. L. Metcnlfe, of the Cor liin Times, was in town Wednesday. A swell line of the newest articles in Indies' neck wear at the Gibson Co's. Sawyer A. Smith came down from Covington last Sunday nnd spent the day here. Everything new nnd up-to-dnte at Gibson's-they can lit yon up from head to foot, "Daddy" Wntkin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 April 1911

frutTsi n ,$'' V,''Hf .1 -i ; - !!ll I THREE MARYS 111 rtAli' .!:',' 'v T?y jjffm ffin aE L ha sise?vl & tt OwLw'i . j.vB!i EBK:'fei4-LHRSHiEI ?i4e l't H al$,4FkjJHBBpK Atflji 83 VPnVH sSZ'K" ? Bi '' V t3H vo 4 rfli E i . i JVv H Bv ?w H?'ilSJ5iHi jejA e-siyt j w''RGWV'ni ers.V ' f'lTiKi BfckSi!; f , tll!-.' --'JWWI HHlliii i Symbolical S onto Plants wg lllilllllll OME of the moit re markable plants In all the world ar dl rectly associated with Easter Take the crucifix Ion plant for example It Is a species of eu phorbia and grows In a very curious way, with no leaves worth mentlonlnc sure at the ends of Its branches All tht rest of It Is mainly tnorns. in fact, according to popular ", ii is me piani irom vnica me crown of thorns was made, which the Savior wore. Specimens ef it are not often seen One comes across It once In a while la botanical gardens in this country, where, In accordance with an old-time custom. It Is made to grow in such ingenious fashion as to take the form o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 April 1911

-jip'w;'''.jf'w jqpKi".y ;yffi V;? MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. Kntcroil an Hocniut (!lns Mnltor KrMny. Kdiriinrr loth. I'MI nt thn I'ontnilii'n t lliirlmiirvlllu. Knox Countjr. Kr unilcr Act f Cmcimi of March .Inl, IITS. MOI'IO: l.tvr Foil dim l'iiiEvn-I)(i Tiir. OnKATKKT Amount or (loon v. Has to thh I.auomt Niikii or Prori.r. BAKliOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. 10 mtmwMtamsMfiBMtitfB9lBEi! Wf-' THE -. " "11 ' $ Hl -i mi air - -- - .!- JRS' Terms: $1.00 Per Year in Advance. C4 -, m&f ?SK -t JT rff 5 j IM fr I WW iTK-n 4 :j-u" . ms&M Kl . .Kf !n COL D.W.CLARK! iKlfSr' " - EXflMHf. ...OISH The Popular Editor of tiic'Causcs Ten Per Cent of Barbourvillc Advocate, An-' Church Dentils nounces for the Office of Commissioner of Aarictil lure on Republican Ticker. Our old friend nnd brother IMitor, rt l'!ll 'I... I. ,.f ll, Vtmiiiifiin Ail. lft Mill V.UII', ' ' .iw..L. voeate, last week came out in n card announcing himself n candidate for the Republican nomination...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 April 1911

rrpwiw m, ryv i i nun r- r- SSL r fr i iW ? Zhe fountain Hbvocate Published Every Friday at Barbourvillc, Kentucky. , ii , Kntercd KrVnml-CI Mutter February Mill, 1WH t the liwlo tlcr.it lHrbonr-llle, Ky., under let ol rnnire of Mirelt Jnl l.v. O. WILL CLARK, EDITOR AND PUBLISH!. f - Subscription Kntcs: 1.00 per year in advanco to everylnxiy. 14 Is the number for tlioso oYsiring to cotiiinunicuto with this office by phone. King up Central ni l ask for number. You will then be connected direct with this OHice,ifyoumveTheOimpCtroiiudTelcphoneorvieo. 14 The Official Orjan of the Republican Parly la Knox Counly. Hon. K. O. Asher, of I'inovillf, one of the best known lie publicans in this end of the State, is an announced candidate for r '" I " '.-71 ,- - .-. - - - - fcTEOMRWSITTdEMBOlEr"" ' '"' " I HlfllBKm4ffcrllHWVv. tj to Spraying and Who! To Use, J ' " VHP tUTTW , . i llIM ll.H.llllll.lMtltl from the time I was tiren when,lre&ched forty years I lived a regular life. tfone of 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. — 21 April 1911

i ' V. W-Hl"JU'HBWf'Ui"rMnHf Hirifiiifji i. njni f j a'aWriSW nMJtoinwMii .iiiiM-anu' egii liOMHMftiiWMMi ' mn i m 1 1 in '" i' iwi' iHn ' i m i riiMrfti ''j"'' J PERSONAL LOCAL MENTIONINGS W Bailii'ile, Hnbi li 1st I K JSr s v, . 7 frv v.T C 4a I :-- ', Dr. Siiend, of Wnrrcti, spent Sun tiny iji-tliis city. See the new hhtl up-to-date spring line of skirts at Petheruge's. Carlo Horn was in town Sunday calling on his best girl. Charles Rathfon made n business trip to I'inevillc Friday. D. W. Clnrk made a business trip to Knoxville Inst Friday. A new line of men's neckwear nnd hose just received nt Gibson's. Mi9 Nora Hnrncr was down from Fcrndule Sunday t visiting homo folks. Uon't fail to visit "remnant coun ter" wlirn in the Gibson Co's store. Mrs. Joseph C. Snyder, ol Wil liamsburg, is here whlflier huslmnd this week. On to V. II. Dethcrnge's to gel something new in skirts all colors, sizes and kinds. Everything new nnd up-to-date. at Gibson's they can lit from head to foot. you 1...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 April 1911

rnariY j i . TV , -o-i WW-TFT KZ " H& ? ".fc' r W JEM ' m v .' '. . LT .lfc" ' Tf I'.A v?H' '. tjiTstA.. v F" - a r'ns l.w .' wr .- H v " cyi H r..fi J .. . " . li. - Ji . -. .. r KENTUCKY HAS URBAN GROWTH : ourand Hands out More uensus 1 Figures, CITIES SHOW LARGEST GAINS Towns and Villages Fall to Keep Step In March of Progress, Many Being Almost Entirely Depopulated by Movement Toward Larger Center of Population Maytvllle l Only Place of Importance That Slipped a Cog, Having Fewer People Within Her Borden Than In 1SOO. Washington, D. C (Special ) E. Dana Durand, chief director of tho census department, has mado public the figures ehowlnt the population of very city, town and lll.ige lu Ken tucky, These figures show that the Oluo Grass state has CS cities, seven of which Louisville, Lexington, Now port, Paducah, Owcnsboro, Henderson and Frankfort have population lnex css of 10,000. Eleven cities hao population rancinc from 5,000 to 10. 000. They are. In order of size, as fol l...

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 April 1911

Lw 4 fX7f" &r Vi V mountain Advocate HmitimI its ii( Will OlituMnttnrFrlilur Kolinmrr I'Mli. Iimi nt tho I'lufnlllen lit Mitrlmurt lite Knot Oountr. Kr unrtor Actf rnnrfTnf Mnrrh Hnl, IKS. MrtrO: I.ivb run orit I'uifih-I "1 iir Ohratkst Aiiii'it nr (limn Wr Pa to tmr I.aimmt Nnrnirii nr I'rni'i.r. t Terms: $1.00 Per Year In Advance. BAKBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. II 4 W(Bfi'yiTaBwri WJS . !?t !... lV 1 HRI l'-1 ORGAN IZATI PERFECTED For Good Roads Association in Southeastern Kentucky at Pine- ville Last Wednesday VICE PRESIDENTS SELECTED Al OlViri rTbillSiF OF SOAIl flLVFUHJ L Ui ijnV - fr -tvr.lf f o 1 T ,i i wt.i Strong EllOrtS Will be Made tOOUlld Wilder- " sv f IieSS IvOatl irrOlTl VAJmueiJaiia Gap One of the most enthusiastic gath erings thnt has assembled in South eastern Kentucky in a long time was the one that gathered in Hncville last Wednesday with the purpose in vtw of organizing "Ths Southeast ern Kentucky Good Koads Associa tion " The ...

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