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Mountain advocate. (Barbourville, Ky.) 1904-1935, May 27, 1910, Image 4

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J CORRESPONDENCE
Indian Greek
John Engle was in Dnrbourvillc
Saturday on business
MBCooper was in Wilton Thurs
day
David Davenport who has been
on the sick list for some time is im
proving
W H Campbell was in Barbour
ville Monday
Neil Moore of Corbin was calling
on Miss Mantle Rccs Sunday
Rev C II Peck filled his regular
appointment last Saturday and
Sunday
SundayArthur
Arthur Cooper of Corbin was
visiting relatives at this place last
weekMisses
Misses Clara Campbell and Lydia
Engle who have been attending
School at Barbourville returned
Sunday
SundayDr
i Dr Tyc of Barbourville was cal
ling on Miss Clara Campbell Sun
day
dayMiss
i Miss Anna Profit of Wilton was
the guest of Miss Nannie Helton last
Saturday and Sunday
Mrs Liza Profit is visiting her
j sister MrsMary Profit in Wilton
I
this week
Della Rees was pleasant guest of
Miss Emma Cooper Sunday
0 N Prichards of Lindsay was
calling on Miss Rosa Cooper Sun
t S dayJesse
Jesse Engle and wife of Wilton
were the pleasant guests of Jacob
> Ingle last Saturday and Sun lay
SNOWDRIFT
Wilton
Mrs Chat Birchficld and Mrs S
R Egner were in Corbin Saturday
Green Mammons left for Wesbourn
Tenn Saturday
SMturdovI
Roe Butler and Will Doughtly left
for Gatliff Ky last week
Sam Bolton and wife were in Cor
r bin Satuaday
Mrs John Woodall was in Wood
bine Sntuday
Chas Keif of Corbin wns in town
last week
Robt Birch arrived from Cincin
nati last week
Albert Innings wns in Tennessee
last week
Mrs W A Eyner returned from
Williamsburj Monday
The Grays Ball Team visited Wil
ton Saturday and got what Wilton
usually give them Wilton won I he
victory b one score John Benjey in
the ninth inning laved a hall over
llu force which won the game
P W Egner said he be blamed if
all the Wilton girls Iiadnt kicked i
him Oh you kid
Halleys comet caused quiet a stir
up here but nothing to what the
girls have caused
Hooray for the Wilton girlsthey
were the first upon the hall ground
Saturday with their pennants and
dene their part in winniii the ftneij
F W Egner G L Birch Arthur
Williams Gen Innings and I A
Morris were in Corlin Saturday
Miner Hilton of Indian Creek has
been makiig frequent visit to Wilton
f since he met Grace Hall
Tom Baker looked for the comet all
right and said all he could see was
ahe panic and it was coming this
way
jfThe small pox scare is abnnt over
OVlrJ I
lJ h ogamI
W I Mclemore has not been so I
prominent since Hopper the clerk has
been in Wilton
Jno Morris and Hopper are trying
to see who will bold their Indian
Creakgirl
Moo sfmm
Longtime lc1yllI had a horrible
dream last night
Lovestew Wp rkin
LovestewVRrkinLon
Longtime Idyll Yes I dreamed
1 wuz a cake of yeast
t1
Great Exposition Being
Planned for Southland
Resources of tho Appalachian Moun
tain Region to Be Displayed
to World
A great exposition to exploit the
resources of the Appalachian moun
tain region included in the states of
Alabama Georgia North and South
Carolina Kentucky Tennessee Vir
ginia and West Virginia will bo held
In Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct
12 next The movement has been
organized purely in the interest of
letting the outside world know what
is included in these mountains The
possibilities for developing untold
wealth are seemingly unlimited It
is with a view to attracting tho at
tention of the people of those Appa
lachian states as well as of tho en
tire nation to those opportunities and
possibilities that this exposition is to
be held In addition to the commer
cial and industrial sides however
there will be many amusement fea
tures and the historic grandeur of
tho Appalachian territory will be t ldI
in panoramas tableaux spectaculars
and by other means that will prove
highly interesting and entertaining
The whole plan will be to arouse a
new interest in the Appalachian ter
ritory and bring the people of the
Appalachian states closer together
That the exposition will bo a success
is already assured and more than
300000 visitors are expected during
the four weeks it continues
Horses Mules and
I
Cattle Are Raised
Appalachian Mountain Region Affords
Abundant Opportunities
The Appalachian region is unex
celled in America as a home for breed
ing establishments The winters 110
not too rigorous and summers het
is tempered by breezes wafted from
mountain ranges and foothills into the
fertile valleys lying between Catte
from this region are shipped to Balti
more and exported commanding high
est prices in European centers The
Tennessee mule is second to none not
even the Missouri or Kentucky mule
Not so large as the Missouri anlml
the Tennessee product combines all
the good qualities of the wouldbo
rivals and excels them in durability
stamina and as a boast of burden for
allaround general purposes
Mountain ranges in profuson make
the Appalachian the ideal section for
sheep raising a most profitable and
much neglected industry
While Kentucky Is the home of die
thoroughbred and justly proud of IeIi
reputation the pacing steed marvels
of the grand circuit are the evolu
tion of the old sidewheeler pacers
Ul l by devout circuit riders before
tho civil war In going from church to i
church in the mountains and volley i
of the Appataohlan country The
Patch and Gentry familes oi
noted racers are the perfected dll
scendants of those ambling mountan i
limbers and theros nothing lacking I
I but the investment of capital by ex
perienced men in various lines of i
stock raising to make this the Mecca
of animal Industry now but in its in
lancyFarmers
Farmers at last are beginning to see
their opportunities and are taking up
the breeding of thoroughbred stock It
costs but little more and the returns
are invitingly larger In nearly very j
county seat during the fall race meet
ings and fairs are hId and large H
tendance attests the growing of the
Interest I
interestA I
A more inviting region for tho
breeder of the thoroughbred and they
standdd bred horse Is net to be found I
while agriculturally the fertile val j
legs are a veritable paradise The I
possibilities of this reason not mli
as adapted to stock raising agricul
ture and mining but to all other proI
I IIOed avenue of industry will K >
fully set out at the Appalachian Ft
position to be hed n Knrxvllle j
Tenn September 12 to October 12
next This will be the greatest expo
sition the south has ever known
Rich In Minera Wealth
That Awaits Developing
Valuable Coal Iron Marble Zinc
Lead and Other Resources Will Be
Exhibited In Appalachian
Exposition
One of the richest regions in tbo en
tire country is the Appalachian chain
I
of mountainu in wh ch vast deposits
of coal Iron load zinc gold silver
rnd other minerals of value are to be
found The fruits of these mount ins
will be displayed to advantage a1 tho
Appnlaahlan Exposition to be htld In
KuoxvUlo Tonn September 12 to Oc
tobor 12 next Tlie minerals oxhib t
will be housed in an appropriate builj
IIwill
ing and it will bo cno of the Jrldts
of Ute exposition to give the wo Id at
large a glimpse of what ig to bo found
I in this region which includes part I
of eight southern states It will be
but anchor lesson to men of the 1
north and otist and roost as to the
groat natural wealth of the south
This display should be soon
Preserving Pencil Marks
If the paper on which there is black
load pencil writing is brushed over
with a thin coating of white of ogg or
varnish the pencil marks will be pre
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Asher in Adair
Columbia Ky May 20 lOLO
lion E G Ashe of Pinoville
Bell county addressed u largo
crowd of Adair county citizens at
the Court house in this place on l
Monday tho 23 in the interest I
of Jalob Powers candidacy f1I
Congress His address was an
open discussion of the issues Lie
doncuticcd the Edwards organs in
the district for the tnissrepresen
tation of Powers and their attack
on Governor Willson and with
every utterance he struck thin
key note of the situation
Mr Asher received marked at
tension throughout his en tlre lid
dress lasting about twu hours
and the frequent bursts < 1IIp
plause showed plainly that hi
was receiving the endorsement
of hip hearers
This county is very strong for
Powers and will give him the i
largest vote ever received by ti
cundfdate for congress in this
hijdistriet
district and according to i iii for
mation received here the unlirv
1 lower enl of the district seems
solid for Powers
A KltlMMiUUAK
Race Da gers
Popis
is my boy
Thlx paper says that no race la
safe from cholirii
Is that HO Well my sou you must
out go In any inure of those Murutbons
then Yonkwx KtuUxumn
SI1ebi i Von elcrtoc oacord
J Gup jII For tre i1 e for
the sic K Kir We have pro lured
the dei jIE 1vth Gripe Juice for
many years but we relicvetlij years
product is the cwvu 01 perfection
C Nalwtli Grace Juice stands for pro
t gression lr f < h year Im
n proved ly te wlidca of each years
experiero in Ii Lit prt tag and
1 developing Ntiih Crape Juice
r now going octs re think a little
better tlian cvr bff re In color a
I beautiful dl pe1 i lluor that of
the Concord Orpe taken from the
I cluster in Octoi < r
The delicious sweetness is due to
the sUlerirlit y ofXaboth Concord
Grapes Every bottle guaranteed to
comply with the National Pure Food
Law Liici > us Pure Invigorat
I Invigorating
I THE NABOTH VINEYARDS
Brocton New York
Rheumatic
Pains
My mother is a great suf
ferer from rheumatism and Dr
Miles AntiPain Pills is the only
remedy that relieves her
MRS G DAVENPORT
DAVENPORTRoycefield
Roycefield N J
The pains of rheumatism are
almost invariably relieved with
Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They
also overcome that nervous irri
tation which prevents sleep be
cause they soothe the nerves To
chronic suffers they are invalu
able When taken as directed
they relieve the distress and
save the weakening influence of
pain which so frequently pros
trates Many sufferers use them
whenever occasion requires with
the greatest satisfaction why
not you They do not derange
the stomach nor create a habit
Why not try them Get a pack
age from your druggist Take it
according to directions and if
it does not benefit he will return
your money
moneyThe
The Wife Unea
Mrs IlHiptMU 11 lio wert the three
wist iiitii Job
lljielieliirs Life
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They are used tofoy from the Atlantic to te Pacific for al kinds
of bnldings under all conditions
They are fireproof stormproof never leak and last as long as the
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