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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1904

cj I h L T 1 ar9r e t r f P < r t SY 1qR hnR A1R71r1 tY6o Pisa9nrlrrtwarlaim r ueM6aor itC a L erc I1p > Emum Mri istsrt a wA a x L ± L a n ° BARBOURYILLE KiUGKYL rid yFbruryii 1904 r VI l t liar J 1 O J I F R OuR1f 1 UN t ifs Advanta a V feeds at pray n Vf t Wt See T Kcfr 11 o I boiurvilIc the county Y county is siuated i tl gkofthe Cumber a q Jhe tnouth of i1Ji R1dnt broad kyyclcl l ntJl oundcd on all Si des lie s mostly coveried in fo nee neethe mountains contains nn a the of coal of the finest aqua ity ORl town is supplied with all i consumes by the farmert r surrunding country whoJd eJ coalaud imagl nit to to Wntl assfarmera do their potato j Bluegrass section of our Stat 3rJt jr The town of BarbPurvillc u I spy 2000 inbabitantsSj m i almost entirely of nativehi leand ti are thrifty and indust I nassrof people as can be four j K TJMRV yhefe in Kentucky They at Sband attend to their owi i J t f essrand every one has > a bust MI vi v V1 woyyn to occupy his time 1d 1 time...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1904

wrr MOUNTAIN a A0VOQtfcv r + EveryFrklay gat Qtrfville Kentucky Ai11rstltiaY 4eraaeo at the It rborvIIIiL v PcM + lthed SOC u d It r MJiIo f > 1 WILL CLARKaa MEPITOft AND PUBLISHER c Subscription Rates 100 per ycarinadvance to Everybody > 1ij T 0ltkW Or + R the Re iiiertY iiL Kwez Ceerit Y S Olfly II1J1r 5N4lisAtd ue Jfatox County < C INTRODUCTORY rkV When the editor ot this pnper first came to Barbonrville to establish a w t Republican newspaper we were confronted upon every side with the statement that every paper that had ever undertaken this field had only run a short time and quit leaving the field and retreating iti disorder so that in this undertaking we feel that ve are thoroughly acquaintedwith the past record of this city as a newspaper field V 1Ye do not desire to boast but we wish to say in this introduction that WE ARE HERE TO STAY We have had some experience in this line of work and feel that we understand what we arc undertaking We t believe that the people o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1904

IOcAia iri a v tkelatno kelatnoi eleernccrr rt yowr job work on OCATX office beau time b or your cownm s < 1 aI get the home flea sr the Wilson Brow ad mi9 it waill interest you vsinA tlizdroa ds almost imp f r Although winter set ito l yearly last fall it seems dcte I hold on witlf an icy grip > V f Ladles dp you want a Jdsome diamond ring Read the r f onthei fourth pageaud sec lio v t get one I rif Nr The AdamirExpress C should ivea wagoh tQ handle t1a goods ntIusted to thecare of he corn f t I s ypttnytn this town 4i jlVems in need of job w p k of an Y kin remember you can t it done 34 ut tlte ADVOCATE of6from tly a4r arid nt satisfactory prices A > 111 > the attention of ourU Laders is called to the large a d of VHop perin this issue Whe91m I need of i loathing in his line cull u him PvSee the barber ad else ere in to i r ii shavem or lair trim John Cchael at A I tiic Hotel Knox will fixu right I I Dont fail to read tile 7gc i adon I the fourth page of this sue as it...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1904

n L w n I atT Nfr will tI ear esen d liar > faf o mi le ci his c i er eay Mornng z n SjrfomweinwtioH Protoptnem mr karat ilf rwillam i the manage qi meriatty itt gdlikg out the At fafti oat hpePlease tear this in mifetod give us your newBas early tHdhe tteeic m eEditor I y WHITES BURG rI Itf bf Crawford the saw mill if rrnr of Boons Fork will soon locate his saw mill near here to accomodate the people of this community JPS v f J Bnj Lee Hall of Camp Branch and lietha Collins were married t K the home of the bride Monday A IJs i 9s repast was served intf C dinning room nt 3 oclock fjj John Henry Addington a young Ionian of Colly creek was bound un r der a one thousand bond for his ap Kgearance r at London for manulactur ping old mountain dew U t f Stephen Jenkins tile Ota teacher as is town the first of the week 1 rMisses Floe and Ella Tyscel I dfiJollnson Ci 7 was visiting rrrc s and relativ shere Sat rdnr and e f t t Sunday > U rL I J J O N itwo coupe eloped across lecdun try...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 February 1904

i t NouNTAIN ADVOCAThm a ° v K t IKOCLKt is4v G G Me7TdtLwKFrt ecru YNlxiInBbp Tkt OR1AtKA1 AXOUXT 01 GOOn WI 1AIQ TO Till LAROXST NUMOl Or IKOCLK J j First Year QARf3OURVILLE KENTUCKY Friday February 26 1904 VaI 1No 9 r lMPROVEMENTS 1 IMPROVEMENT 1Our V iOur Town Needs to Make It t Abreast of the Times r f jttrc w MORe TIMeLY SUGGESTION 1 Iii last weeks issue we men tipned a number of the advai ftaiges and some of the needs ot our city This week we take up the subject again Barbourville has a local Tele phone exchange which puts us l all in close connection one witlt Ifh another as almost every business Chouse and most of the residence oJ J are connectedby telephone mat 4 ing it quite convenient in man vways and is a luxury that seem almost indispeiisible once the phone is introduced iii the horn f or place of business The county jail appears to b VI a small and inconvenient affaii although we have never been 5 through the building it appeal j > tp be insufficient to meet the ft...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 February 1904

wr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Pu u hed Every Friday at Bmrbourvlile Kentucky ePUcatlondmadO stir E tcranco at tlio Narboutvllle Ai mucky ifoiitbcico aa t1 eoridClasa Mail Matter v > D7WILL CLARK M M EDITOR AND PUBLISHER < Subscri ii i on Rates 100 p crrear innta ce td E erv pod rt > if 7 The WficW Organ f the RepwMicM Party In KMX Cenirty 1 r QA Oy91wJpIIJlr fir iiahod lit Jfnox County iif i v IT WILL soon be time for the Dis Jtrict Committee to meet and organ l I ve by electing a District Chairman fand secretary and in this connection rive desire to suggest the name of W fhvBrlev of Knox as District Chair r man Mr Byrlev has more than i once been elected to the position he now holds that of County Chair man nnd has proven himself to be n good organizer and a good leader He is now entrusted to the office of Sheriff of Knox county by the voice i of the people who have known him I all hislife and he has held many po siiionS of honor and trust and in t f everyi instance he has been...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 February 1904

rt I sessratrslairwdr µ ellr ilr I LJCAL5 I ife WHY NOT trade with 014 II v T Subscribe for the MdUN1Mtr Abvo = f cATR now i ri 4 Motto i Let em haeem lower d than competition < 4 r SSee r the professional card of J D Sampson in this issue + iY Old King Cole isa jolly old sole slnnd a merchant too oooo ilu tc Please remember that Cole sets the price on everything in his lineJ J Get in the contest and win a hand so the diamond ring See large ad in this issue for particulars rSee Cole before buying fl urjhe i has over 100000 barrels which he bought before the advance BORN Last Week to the wife of l fly Dr J R Smyth a daughter wife if and babe both doing nicely t The Pastime Club gave a hop last < Monday night at Millers HAll and + yc dclighttul time was enjoyed all z the young folks i < V V i > Rev T M Myers of the Christian I J churchaccompanied by his cstima ble wife were pleasant callers at this ivi office Saturday X There was a rather large crowd in town Monday and bus...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 February 1904

Y j S CORRESPONDENCE 5 t rCorreapondctila will please send SM car items + o as to reach this office 1 Not later tha > a Tuesday morning in Aorderlo insure insertion Promptness 1 jfy this matter will assist the manage j 1 ll JCJtf materially in getting o uMhe Ad iwcate on lime Please bear this in lil 4 7 iiiand give us your news as early in the week as pQssilet Editor iKO I i lScalf j t Mrs G B Jackson who has been ii fjfery poorly is improving T f r 4 Dr T W Tones was at Flat Lick Monday tl k a Thomas HuBbnrd has been track jv ingsome coons during the last snow if he finds them he will be all right il i they dont turn out to be mice or J ground squirrels > Thomas G Hammons was in Clay t county the first of the week on bus r ness lMrs Nancy C Hammons has re i cently bought her a saddle horse G T Mills has sold his saw mill to Robert Worsham and has bough w n small grist mill from Fr ance Scalf Rossland f j Henry Short who has been ill with fever is improving nicely He wil soon ...

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 March 1904

II t i MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r fOTTOL1VC Yon Oon FIUEKDSDO THE GHEATK3T AMOUNT or GOOD WK CAN TO THE Lxnocsr Nnxaxti or PKOPLIS f FIrst Year BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 4 + 1904 Vol11 NO3 1G UGE NATIONAL f Y J IRRIGATION PROJECT t Two and ft Quarter Million Dollars to Build Dam f 1 and Canals 1 < < The Government Begins Work on the Shoshone or Stinking t t 1iie I Water River I J x Washington D 0 March 8 special The wild and won Y derful topography of northwest t etn Wyoming is to be the scene gr ofgreat engineering activity A ti recent action of the Irrigation n I Reclamation Service in setting l4 J t af jde two and a quarter million iJ cellars for the construction of aI huge dam and irrigation works oii the Shoshone river in Wyo ming lends interest to some lit tie known investigations which have been made in this uninhab ited wilderness A brief discus sion of the work of the govern intent engineers during the past year in this region will be found in the forthcoming second...

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 March 1904

t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i > M Published Every Friday t tt BarbourviUe Kentucky Applications made tor Entorunco ut the HarUouryltlc Kentucky Postotllco us Second Class Mall Mutter i 1f Ii Kp WILL CLARK IT EDITOR AND PUBLISHER tSubscription Rates 10Q pecvenr in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox Connty i i a Zhe Only Jftw papar Sublfaftod in Knox County it NOTICE To The Republican Couty Committee S Elect j i You arc hereby notified to jneet at the Court House in 1 Barbourville Ky on Saturday April 10th 1904 at 1 Oclock p iii for the purpose of of numiiij the time and manner of nominat ing Republican candidates for the various county offices to he voted for at the regular Novem her election in 1905 and each o f you are especially requested to I be present at said meeting v Respectfully V AV BYRLEY Chairman f n r ONE of the urgent needs of our i town is a waterworks system and there is not a town in the State 4where a system could be installed fit...

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 March 1904

t LOCALS I J 1ia drying up i I L c Hnwn is building an nddi r I vu his residence k i I I Job work of every description > romptly executed at this offic Y Sff Last Monday was an ideal spring t day hut it scion turned considerably Cooler coolerJ J J MJones representing the T Painter Tobey Jones Co of Chi 1 > 4 cago paid this office a pleasant call last Wednesday x I Y lI Thjr First National Bankgave us j tticli I rder this wets for 10000 de pusi lips Thanks Now who is t1JcJtxt for work ft t1fJhk out merchants the adver serNare the ones who are getting itil e business you had better put p your ad in the ADVOCATE 1 i Seethe new adof Hignite Chil L ders in this issue They carry a nice 1 line of goods and enjoy agood trade V because their prices are right b is Hunt up your whitewash brush kv and give your fencing a nice coat of f lime it will improve the appearance I and preserve the fencing Try it once A protracted meeting began last k Monday night tthe Baptist church Dr Baker is b...

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 March 1904

a l CORRESPONDENCE IssL 9o fi Correspondents will please seiid 1 their items to as to reach this office not later than Tuesday morning in order + insure insertion Promptness liv lids matter will assist the manage r mint materially in gelling out the Ad 1 vocate on lime Please bear this in < gp I ii mind and give tw your news as early yin the week as possible Editor i It possibleEditorScolf rc it Scalf i y Last vaek was fine weather and t our farmers have laid off the winter JItumpi and smoothed out the wrink l es and are getting down to work 1 t rJ P Dickey has sold his farm to r J G T Mills and is going to locate at Slat Lick G11 Jackson has turned his farm over to his children and is going to move to Flat Lick G T Mills has sold his saw mill to Robert Worsham and has bought Francis Scalfs grist mill 4ti We have lots of sickness in our neighborhood and it looks like our doctor T W Jones will have to em ploy a deputy or work himself to death as he hardly has time to sleep night n...

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 March 1904

C Do J > 1PUNTA1N ADVOCATE q I tJ t I it i 1 MOTTO LiVBjkFoK OCR 1tttNDADO 1nE ORBAxiaT Asotitfr or dOOD WE CAW rO THE LAHGKBT NOXBEII or PEOPLE 1 f I rat Yearf 01I BA BOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 1901Vol I No > Post I f f t 3I It j Dan rS r H Williams A Il > f L r I I is ODcnin I i I P f PEW TC 1 t I I 1 1 Ij t v In the little building between > the FungLitMrpt Store and the I Old < Cumberland Valley Bank ° viU fv1 il > i f i I i Jll the Latest Things L No use to Mention Prices PricesI 4 I J You Know r Me n J1 1 WONDERFUL r 25 Movement Clock In vented by J C Burke of Middiesboro The most complete jand practical I astronomical clock in extstance It I has twentyeight mechanical and asI 1 tronomlcal movements and each Pv 1art of the mechanism 11s SQncCu rately arranged that one movement entire mechanismi operates the mechanism 1 The clock is 11V6 feet in height and 30 inches wide The cast is of beau Emil manogony The clock indicates sweep seconds f minutes and hou...

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 March 1904

THE MOUNTAiN aV AWL I 1 Wis v l rxflf uco Published Every Friday at BarboiirvHle Kentucky Ate el tlon ado for Xatonhco at tho Uirboarvinc Ki ntucky Tostofflco M SocoadCUit Mall Matter 1J I I DWiLL CLftK = L 2IDITOIt A1 + npUBCeHER 1f t a 0 r v J i Subscription Rates 100 per year id advanteJtoEvcrbody The officW kga of tfie Repvbifci Pirtyle kJC CefMV I uA Only jfwpmptr ffuii4Jkct tit vax County aJA IfORDTO CANDIDATES F 1 1 j4 We will insert your name and the Office to which you aspire ir tli 1per place in this paper and carry tle aaniAC nlinnoiuli until the PattyNomtitets fare clloacn far the various offices as follows t For Jongrcmanal Honor 2000 Co Judicial Distrt 1500 U h c 1000 Legislatite190Q 1 t County Offices Each 500 Magisterial district 5 250 J i Cash in all cases must accompany the order to insure insertion Call on or Address The Advocate Barbourville Ky r ifOall WE FEEL inclined to again call the < f attention of our Honorable Fisca l Court to the dilapidated condition...

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 March 1904

Y I LOCALS I r t m Jer is less than a month off ffrw J I rt A SJ rt asler gbs wino in e iiit < CI t < tart the movetalon foba fpt v Cairthod Yi It > I t riiavy rain visited this section t I I JarS nday niJn htI I V I fit The croaking of the frogs remind ulthat winter has past T 55 fs I + t t oj 1UJtbt > I y j lovcrs are blooming and soo n j t air villb lAdenwith the 5yeet o P fume of blossoms + < U I i I1 J > I K rare is peeping up and only needs iW wa I dayst carpet mother i Ld fr r r rt e tit tJ gres oj I it t f 1 f eltnwltlvtltJ r y Mr 1 Mt Scott of Columbia local I editor of the Spectator paid tiiisof fifte apleasant call AVedne8 < ay iafter non x ft The protracted meeting at 1 the V UPtist churchi still contiriUes and considerable interest is being mani festcd irt it he river has bas been at a good stage this week and logs in f large numbers have been constantly float in down ing < > < I k < There are some bases of I Whooping r fict town Ampng t...

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 March 1904

All s isuiuus iCORRESPOSDEHGE t Ili Correspondent will please lC1Id 1 1 jLir items M aa to reach thi office i afar than Tuesday morning j orr iw insure insertion ProiSpln fA f in his mall will assist fthf mdfladc y merit materially in gettinaout the Ad V ft 1 4 i tvc te on tune Please bear this 11 rtfc inikd and give us your arias as early l infihe week as possible Editor v r 7 1 c Holden Ky 1 3 Vm Hubbard traveling satesman for F Maer Co of Lexington KY was here last week with an UP t y todatc spring line of dry Roods and t notions Walton Bros bought a is 1nice bill and will be ready to s rve b the wants nt the people when spring P comes 1 Judge and Mrs J S Miller were up from Barbourville Sunday Pleas i ure their object Mr and Mrs Frank Hawn of I near Barbourville were visiting her father Robert Morris this weeK We are very sorry to learn that George Messrs wife who has been sick for a long time is much worse LATERWe hear that Mrs George Messer died Monday evening She leaves a hus...

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 March 1904

A f 4 fUUNTAIN 1 DVOCATL yb t i r Y r > Entered at Bocond ClMC ftktfer Friday February IKh MOi a > the PoitofSoo fit Barbourvlllc Knos County Ky under Aot of Congress of March ant 1879 n l t MOTTO Lin FOB Ocn FSIBHDS Do TH ORKXTMT Axorixr or GOOD WR CAN TO IRa LAKOMT NUMBER or FKOPLK f111I ARt I I t I t r t t < > j Dan 91 H Williams 1 l i J t qJ q i i r Qpenin J V q It tr NEWSTO It 1 In the little building between r I the urnitme StQfe and the I Old Cumberland Valley Bank 0 v lj rJII the Latest Things I I No use to Mention Prices a You Kiiow Me r OIL INDUSTRY I r I I Will Boom Again In Knox I I County and More Wells Will be put Down 7 RENEWED OPERATION IN COUNTY l I f s There has b en some falling Ic off iii tHc oil industry throughout the county during the cold pj I tier months and sdra4 people 1 have become discouraged but wej ff have talked with some who have i been over the grounds and they j are all of one opinion that the I business will brighten up with i the comi...

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 March 1904

T r t 1I I + THE MOUNT IJ pvdct Tlt Published Every Frldlyt BarBourvHIe Kentucky a1lrlered as BooondClass Matter February 1Mb lOOt at tho Post l1ko at UarbourvlllcKy r i under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 0 WILL CLARK w EDITOR AND PUBLISHER S I + r4 11 SubscriptionRates 100 per vcarin advance toEvcr body t JJ I H lJ ro5 J I 1 J tThe Otfictal OrA 0 the ReWt AP tYM KJCeAMY t < > i < i 1 i Countytl i A VORDTO CANDIDATES Ihii i We will insert your nanie and the Office to Jltieh you ta8firt the roger i1iJ ce in this paper and carry tile name conti sil until the Parry nnees JIch8e1f r thetano offices a8follow8 it + r I For Congressional Honor 2000 f It < Judicial District 1500 G Ii r1 LtLe4cslative h 1000 c r t j 1 tU 11 41 tt j III County gees Each 500 t r yrI f r CaSA in all cases must wcotnpanythe order to insure insertion i Call on or Address The Advocate tfarbourville Ky 6 tIlE Congressional Primary has 1 bVen fixed in this the 11th Dictrict for August 9th and while ...

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 March 1904

I IIr + I LOCALSir M + wwirr sn rrr I re r F W Scent oven tat j f roperty vacb I oh i I t Premium Tickets with each pur t 1iJl1t 1 JGWf JIf1 JiI Wtister stitx 1 of f i pring ana seems lolli to give up its v Y grip I Is 1 Special bargains in Mens and Wo j4 Siens Shoes GIBSON PIANK I Yesterday w < s St Patricks day t jut there were not many seen war v i i r > fut the green T rim I r This office printed a neat flouvenir program this week foi Miss st ah 1 dOnsS school at Bertha Ky Just received an uptodate line ens Clothing and Footwear Y GinsoN PLANS i I I IRev T M Myers will be here next rejjte i4a yhurch i I YI Rev C K Dickney came down from Pineyille to fillhis appointment Were Sunday and staid over until x t j AJonday afternoon 1 It is reported that after the first ftt April the telegraph office down town will be discontinued andjne office will be located at the L < N depot I I L I There were no services at the 4 Southern Methodisr and Presbyte rian churches Sunday evening...

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 March 1904

I P e k1 L GOHRESPOSDEHCE i t s fa Correspondent tall please send their Hems was to read this office rifj later than Tuesday morning in oirder M insure insertion Pro nnplnesa i yl 0 ta this matter will assist the manage If i s ni materially in getting out the Ad f vfcate on lime Pteasek bear this in wind and give wt your news as early J t t x the week as possible JSditor J iJ M r Baileys Switch > liiProf Frank Dizney of Berea vas 5 ° Jhere Saturday visiting friends and F relatives We are always glad to Kta Mr Diznev at this place 11 I p Mr J M Hoskins of Bell county 1 1 seed through here this > eek from t ichmond t i V v t I E Hutchins after a long spell ol isickness was able to be in Harbour r mile this week on business A AMiss Cletie McDonald returned f last week from Barbourville where K she had been for a few weeks Visit S g relatives 1 Mr and Mrs Henry Beasnick will move in a few days from this place lucki Dr Burnside was up last week to see Mrs W H Grace who Has been ver...

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