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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 January 1912

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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 January 1912

u f Wk I Jl THE BUPELL PIANO H.hjht, 4 ft. 7 J-2 lo.i width, 5 f 4 In.) depth, 2 ft. 3 Full Constructive Details:-,?111 Composite Metnl Plata Brushed Tuning . u" .. ,.l..ullve Cldu Threo itrluBi to each treble not. Oopper.wotiml O.mtyYuouHn. Illdnnni oi't " In? nlln k'..ll .1.0 ....,.. AN ELEGANT : : $400 BUfElL PIANO FREE 10 THE MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADY OR CHILD ; Besides Piizes to customers of Elgin Gold Watches, 43-piece Dinner Sets, 26-piece Sets Rogers' Silverware, Man tel Clocks and other useful Presents. NOMINATING COUPON I NOMINATE Candidate A Yeflr.; Subscription niid in nHvnnrp tr. tu& virwi,f: a-, -.4-:i jC. dc 7f. Tjimo Caret tfortA SBound No. 22 Dally, duo . . No. 12 " except Sunday. No. 24 Dally, due .10.09B.rn. lB2p.m 1134 p. m SoufA SSound No.M Dally, due No. 11 " except Sunday.. No. 21 Dally, duo .- 321 p. m. 9 M a. m, , ,, man, m Street crlcaesHotelJonos twenty min utes before the scheduled tlmo for trains. Church 7)iractory CUMIlKltf.ANn UIVElt DAPTI8T CIIDKCI!...

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 January 1912

WIJP "kU -I . ? & VI I "WPii .JU-.J .j... .... j " I llll mil IMjjttflg The Pool o Flame m J LOWS JOfETI VANCE Msaeaalll t Clasrart T OepyTtaai 1IB. by Louis Jcawyte Vux SYNOPSIS. CHAWKJt I Th? story opens at Mania Crlo with Cot Terence O'llourk In Mi hotel. OTtourke, a military frea lanee and something of a gambler, la dressing: (or appearance In th restaurant below when the sound of a girlish voice singing attratta lilt attention, Leanlnc out on the balcony ha sees a Wuttful Ctrl wrta suddmlv disappears, lie rushes to the corridor to aee a neatly gowned form enter the elevator and pass front sight. CHAPTER n.-O'Uourke's mind la niled with thoughts of the rlrl. and wlien he ge-ea to the (amine table he allown his remarkable winnings to accumulate In differently. He notice two men watch In him. One la the Hon. llertle Glynn, while his companion Is Viscount Pes Trebee. a noted duellat. When O'Rourka leases the table the viscount tells him he represents the French government and t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1912

BpBiJy'Vw '. 'tWrffSmulSmSSKwKl Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. 1 BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1912 JS'ew Scrle: Vol. I. No. 21. tr i ;rr- J - - r i bsm M m , j Vol. VIII. No. 51 '& m i vt3H1 t." . ' T" VJ K 4fv W n JV. MISS LAWSON TAKES LEAD Contestants Well Bunched and the Race Growing Warm There is cw feature about onr pi hho contest that is unusuril nml plcninjt, that la the fact that no one individnsl is running off with n lead that moltre it look lormidable to the oilier contestant This week 'here are several sear the top and so closeli hinehed that either one U liable o he t the lop of the list b the time the totes are counted next week Thi wrek there are names u nr II. e top that were nearer tic bottom of the list Inst week, and there are alto new nnmes ndded to tie list, so that it make it so that ym ivin't nlwavs sometimes tell wl'nt I jioing to happen before this en test closes The contestants an a, I rkinc hard, and do you lilnim tlt-...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1912

,-A Ms-- t f ! r i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUUUB11KD KVKhY 'IIinY AT BAUBOUUVILLIU.KENTUUKY CnAS. D. Oolk Emion FKKD V. IIkJIPIIIIX ASSOCIATK Entered M Hreonw-Glnsi Matter February It, lwt nt the rojtcfllce nt Itnrhourvlllp, Kjr., under Act of Congress o( March . 1TV. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman or the Republican Parly In Knox County. MONEY AND MORALS I have been in politics fifty ream anil I know tlim money nnd not patriotism count in pntidrntnl cnmnnijjn Hrnrrv Wnt r quoted by Gev. Wilson's campaign manager, VAGUELY there drifts back to our memory tlio ligtire of a picturesque and elrqtient old man not bo old then, either, but grizzled and battle-scarred, a veteran of many campaigns in politics and journalism facing cheering audiance as hailiscnura ed in stinging sent 'tie. s u "ilntiey and Morals." As wo recull it, he has Yexed iu his righteous soul by the ex cecsessof the idle rich. In the extravagances of Newport a Fifth avenue lie iliei re a i it il to the N...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1912

siyvj ?. of,?. c7;tjj? Card D. C. Payne ptfeian anb 3eweler In 1912 YEAR! H J '. 1 i H iiZOf No. Dally, dtio Nisi. " . 1 1 Snmlnr No.JI Unity, on South SRound No.ifl Dully, iluc. )?o.ll " except Sunday. Vpi SI Dully, luo .. 10 00 , in l.Mp. ii 11.24 p. n 35 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE Com pit-to Stock of Jewelry of all Kinds, and Mu'sical Instruments, Orders taken for Engraving. Give me a call. All Work Guaranteed. Cut 6la88 anb HMamonbs Located in W. H. Detherage's Store 3X4 p. Ill 9.44 a, in JWfiK m Street cur loaves Itntcl Jnno twenty mln utci licforo tlic scheduled time for trains Chtrci 'Directory CUMnnitl AND UIVF.lt nAt'TISTCItl'IK PX--Svvvwvvvvvvw-v Krery Sunday In cacji mnntli. You Will Elect a President THIS lection U of tuprem importarco to you. The wholo country is dividtd. On ons tide the progres.ivo Insurgents, on tha other the Conservative Standpatters. Both parties will promise many things. You will have to judge their claims and their fitness to carry them out. In these stirr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1912

m. tv j?t. . Iff'Mu. the Pool of Flame LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE BaatntlMS r Etltwerll Ti Copyright 1 We, by Louis Joseph Vaace 8YNOP3IS. CITAPTEn I -The story opens at Monte Carlo with CoJ Terence O'Uourk In his hotel O'ltourlte, a military free lance and something- of a gambler, la drestng for appearance In the restaurant Demw wnen me sound. 01 n. Ririi.n vim. singing attract his attention. Lennlna out eta the balcony he sees a beautiful rtrl who suddenly disappears. Ite rushes to tne corridor to see a neauy town form enter the elevntor and pass from sight. chapter II OTlourke's mind la filled with thoughts of the girl, and when he goes to tne gaminir taoie ne nimws nis remarkable vinnincs to accumulate in differently. He notices two men watch- Ins him. One Is tho Hon. Ilcrtle Cllynn. while his companion is viscount uci Trebes, a noted duelist, wnen uuourKe IBIVrB M1Q IHUI VIIO virtWUlll lt,n ,,, ,. u .L ,.Ll. . .. !...., ,1la t.1... taoie uie viecouru ieii nun u renreaenta the French ro...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1912

''Twws$v&0Jiw$$2'- 'a - onidain Official Oran of tHe Republican Party in Knox County. (Sew Series: Vol. I. No. 22. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, FEB. 9. 1912 Vol. VIII. No. 53 rJ3PMHHHibfefe lafe J jk i i0 mt v i 1 I i Jh ,'' F ' i .. Bite. JUDGE JAMES H. T1NSLEY DEAD Former Resident of This City Passed flway at His Home in Cov ington Last Saturday R mtiinsBi ought to This City and Interred Tuesday by Masonic Order luilgc ns II' Tiusley, ft former rei'l nt ol Mm bourville, and a rnc tioiiH nttnrne) here lor a number of years, ilicl last Snturdny a his home in Covington, alter being ill for several wrcks. His remains vyrre brought here for burinl nnd the fun. enil services took place at the M. E Churen 1 ursdn) morning, being cor dueled by Rev. F. V. Hnrrop, pa tor of that church, and by the Mas ons of Mountain Lodge No 187 F. a id A. M., of which he was a mem be. The meiiihers of the Knox County Bar tWcH'intion and members of JtihniV F.vc post 0. A. K. attended in ii liody t p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1912

,V 3" ! 1 f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE MM II ritllMSIIKT KVEhY WUDAY AT BAHBOURVILLB,KENTrrivY Ciias. D. Colk . . . Kimon Fxkd V, Hkjinmm. Associatk Unteml an Heeniid-OlMi Mutter tctirunry ltl, )TOI nt tho Piwtiifflce il Ilnrtmurvllle, Ky under Aet oj ronnress of Mnrch S, lWTv. Ono Ddlar I'or Year in Advance The Official Organ of the Rcpuolican Party In Knox County. Among nome nf tlie bills intro duced in the runute ami lloue since the begming of thepiesent sc.ion, by our representatives anil tho representative of our nol(;IilHirin county are the fol linvini: A bill by St-to Senator Brock fr.im Harlan County, mak in;; it a IJne ol from $10.00 to $100.du and imprisonment of from ten days 1" one year for anyone round jatilty of Martiup untrue dandeniiH -.tones which f w injure any o ie'n reputation, lliis th bill, should it I) c me a law, will r In i.i... rf In. Imat If. it .. HMUkOfl III klV UIIU Hi illi; IPUH IU J iji.'i-'. recnt e.rs ami will affect more puple Heretofore there bus only ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1912

'J'PP'WP''P1 mpfpwww m Vh'k fe't ' , .". J 14' 1-' I jC, c' $. Zufoff Card 7orA SSound Nn.M Dally. duo .. . ... . I0.ftm.rn. I i.12 etoit Sunday. l.Wp.m fn.2 Iiaily.iliie lUp. m SoufA Siound 'No.Utlcllr.iluo No. II " exc-t Sunday.. No. 21 Dully, duo , 3.24 p. m, . .. t. a. m, ... 3 45 a. m Street earlciivns Hotel Jones twenty mln utcs bctoro tho mliciluleil tlmo for trains cT Church Directory CUMimUIANDKIVKllIIAPTISTCIIUIICII Every Bumtiiy In eoch month."" Morning Service . 10-45 n. m. Ktcntnir " .....i-1flp.rn Bntihsth School II 41 a m 1'rnyorMectli'ir. Wi-ilnrla) . .. 7:20 p. m. UFV.A.C. HUTSON. Pastor. FIIl8TMETIiOMcTTJPrCOPAt.01initCII Kvcrj Sumlnyln each month. " Mornlnir Service . 1:R m rontng- " 7 JO p.m. Sabbath rlnol . -.- 0.11 a. m. p rr M'-ellnr. Tliurilnr......":''fl p. m. M. D. C. lt. & 3rd. Mondays, ..7:30 p. m. liKV. F. w. II iiimr. I'mtor. ciiiustian cnnitcii snuvicKs Mornlnir Service Tvenlne " 1100a.m' 7:30p.m, Sabbath School ............. ... IS a. m Junior Knd...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 February 1912

v.- 5 fc TJSUu '11 .;tH' iaiiUPrWWW The Pool of Flame LODIS JOSEPH VANCE BmtntUu r Eltnrartt Tm4 il Coprlihl lues, by Loula JtMpfc Vf-ocs 0YN0IP3I3. CHAFTKR I -Tho Monte Carlo with Col In his hoteL O'Rour storr opens at Terence. O'ltourke Ice. a military free of a gambler. I lance and something dressing for appearan below when the soun singing attracts Ms out on the balcony (Irl who suddenly dla ce In the restaurant d of a girlish vole attention. Leaning he aces a bcnutlful appears. Me rushes e a neatly gowned i tor and pass from to tns corridor to form enter tha elevi sight. CHAPTEn II.-O' Rourke'a mind Is filled with thoughts o f the girl, ami when he goes to the gnmlnir table he allows hla remarkable winnings to accnmulate In differently. He notlc es two men watch ing; Mm. One la the Hon. nertle Glynn, while his companion Is Viscount Des Trebes, a noted duell st. When O'ltourko leaves the table the viscount tells him he represents the Fren ch government and that ho hail been dtrt...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 February 1912

"WMKtSltWfSWKKKtKKttSSi IT32 hjtto -M-j iMWfiTfr Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. ---ir- r' " fNew Series: Vol. I. No. 23. BARBOURVILLE, KENtUCKY, FRIDaY, FEB. 16. 1912 v ' irtr, " hihk ' 'MbAliilillillB!H jfy vm,Jml " ' 2 voi. ix. No. i ..Vn J- ,. , l& . ;- & !SK W'- POWERS HAS OWN FCNCES TO GUARD Will Let v. it to ElcvcnJhDis- trid Vorers to "cMIc iafl'slase CALEB POWERS INDEPENDENT Representative ' nleb Powers wa ."kiil to comment on an interview givon.to the press from Somerset, Ky , lit certain lenders of the Ed wards lnctiiin in the Eleventh on g r.vsionnl Di-trict to I lie effect thai it ttns ilxir intertinn to jump into t e it "StVtlt band wagon, belier in U it ' lx tli' popul r one in the (1 il rici, riricl in the hope of involving Keon-entntivc Powers in n fight over the delegates to the Republi can Nmional Convention and es tranging him from some of his for m.T iri.nds. Mr, Powers said: "to ..tie I nm for President Tnlt (n n H'liiiniinHtion I...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 February 1912

?2 . i rwa v it THE MOUNTAIN ADYQCATE PUBLISHED KVEUT WtlDAY AT BAKBUURVILLE,KENTUOIvY Okas. D. Coue Editor FKD W. IlKMrHILL' . . ASSOCIATE Enteral n Hecond.Olau Matter Ffbrunrj 14, 1HM Ht the foatofflee t Barbourvllle. Kjr.i Umlor Act of Uongrcsi of March , 197V. One Dollar I'er Year In Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Party In Knox County. The editor of the Burea Oiti ren seem to lie deriving a great deal of satisfaction out of the articles he writes from week to week about Senator Boswnrth mid his work in the Senate. Es pecially does he seem to take pleasure mi trying to ridicule every move that ho makes in trying to got laws passed provid ing for a better system of roadf and highways. Joe Bosworth hat represented this district for manj years past and in all that tim he lias labored for the better ment of our roads, and he Jms succeeded in getting measures through that no other represen tative could possibly have gotten through. We do not favor whiskey in any form, an...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 February 1912

WW T" tr 1 'V .UJB. 'JfJIW aHHMHHMBHHMMKaHMHHBHHMHH0M ''1 I- ri ,. r. ji ? m laHlft ' M': sfsfsfsfK a Tsssffib flssH' 'SsssW tOC&LS Tlie oncert Trio, Union College Saturclnv night Feb. 17. Lecture on the Hookworm to nitfhl nt Union College. The Concert Trio, Union College Sntunlnr nijjht Feb. 17. Wilbur Biiwnnls, of Richmond Wns n cnller in this city Sunday. & Mr. S. F. Kelly, of College Hill, is litin: relatives in tlii city this week, MNs Corn Green, of Wilton. i ipenilinj; the week with relfitiyes in this city. Mi Mtrtle Hoiton, of Flat Lick, whh the tftiest of the Misses Math (vn Suml.iv. The Concert Trio, Union College tunlnT ni)ht Feb. 17. I. Iv Htrler, of Lexington, riiited I w . aren't, Mr and Mn. W. W. Hvrey, Sunday. R4irttrntntivf W. F. Pnrker, was n tun city over Sunday, returning to Frankfort Monday. v The Concert Trio, Union College Saturday night Feb, 17. Uisie Hlsie Wilson and Mary awver were rNitins in Corbin the latter part of lait week. Mis Dannie Rilev and...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 February 1912

rmmpipmmimw ..uiswp1 Cf '.v TSST' 174 h SALE POSITIVELY THERE WILL RE NO h I I X at 'If .1 BEGINS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. THE PARKER MERCANTILE CO. INCORPORATED BARBOliRVILLE, KENTUCKY CHANCil AX THESE BARGAINS AFTER SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd Great Stock B Sale The Parker Hercanttle Company is already the biggest merchandising institution in Southeastern Ke itucky; but we never expect to grow so big that we cannot grow bigger. Our plans for the coming season embrace the handling of the largest stocks in the lines we carry to be seen in the Stats, outside of Louisville. We must get our present store in readiness at once. Beginning Thursday Morning, February 22nd, and contiuuing for TEN DAYS, we will inaugurate a Whizzing Whirlwind of Unprecedented Bargains There will bt ten days of the most extreme and realastic price cutting ever before presented in this city. There is only one avenue to successful stock reducing let the goods go for what they will bring. Consequently this great sale repre...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 February 1912

VVMWPBWJ mnitain fl Official Organ of the Republican Party- in Knox County. IV New Series: Vol. I. No 34. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEB, 23. 1912 Vol. IX. jsfo. a JUNtoftte ' gK Ll$f Wb. h- HVTERVIEW Given Out by Revenue Coltector W. W. Wise man, of Jhis District Tlic following uitcrvicw was wr en mil .cterdav. which will be rend rith interest iu this Revenue l)iuict: ll.n V W. WiscmAn, Collector of Ifplcrml Kcvinue in thi district, was listed today regarding the numerous reports that have been published to the effect tUat bo wnnld give Meagre consideration to the Hltveath Conjtreinioial district in ibe matter of appointments to rev enue positinus. A YVathington dis patch published in the Courier Jour tiol wi called to the attention ( Collector Wiseman whereia it was declared that his course .had added ful to the Roosevelt fires in the "Blnodv Eleventh." He declared wiost emphatically that the policy he wnnld pnrsse would be for the jood of the service and that so far a the El...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 February 1912

IHSflEE y iiLlLSJS? 'li'irwx , d r rgBaWaa'aMEfawaWaM;.' E , JfBE MOUNTAIN ADVQGATE l'MUISHED KVKhV VRfOAY AT BARP.OURVlLLK.KKNTUOfvY S . I Oa.. D. Coi.b Fkud W, UratPiiiLL .. Knin'ii Amociatk Kntrwl n Hreonil-Clruw Matlnr Fetirunrr VI. inn nt the lNMlflfflo tnarUnirvlU. Ky under Act of reman! ' Mnreli 8, WW. O110 Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the, P-cpuollcan Parly In Knox County. Cooperation t'oiitipjo'rt fron pngo 1 business? X;Vkfttfeuic in :t -nesotanr Visiy5J'i,,,jq, j'i'iV 'A"ce Let n -jfijaW(lQ.Jf"lWf?. ,,ftVc build wMOWpsxejincrVjniid each, one tiikr a $100 interest in it ' They have combined resources oft $1,000,000, and they invent 1 per cent of it in business. Now, '')- ic aininr UU per cent 01 the enuimun .. ".i" u 1 r.t.-... KV vC"lin i" 111 111c nanus i mc m dividual farmer. If, a loM occurs ! ,n the management of tbe creamery i.n.1 .: sold out to a company. the ew management will exact a toilet the farmer, for the '"" t v tenrs. ..., ... , ., , , ,...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 February 1912

fW gjvff IJLy'PR,. ,f!T$ " ' r,WfPf7fPppPwpi" "'ll '" J"' : M . fi w.- " ' 1 boeftts Lat clinw of season the Or chentral Entertainers, at Union College, Feb. 27. Col li l l)ihmnn tins been in Friuklcirt tltis week seeing about thnt new uni'orm. Mrs. . Lee Cnlclwell, of PittNburg wn the guest olMrs. Perry V. Cole Thursday and Friday of this week. P. D. Black nnd Chns. 0. Cole at tended the dance at Middlesboro Thursday night. Dr lid Faulkner has been spend ing n few days at home this week. Jos. Evertolr, the crcr popular trarelini! salesman, was in town to day J. M. nnd Felix Ruseljjof London were calling on the trnUe in this cit thN wrrk. I '. .tii ' enn Wilsnn, npw located n ' orliin. as bookkeeper for the Standard Oil Co , wns home Sun day. G lirittinn Lyttle left Wednesday for Mnrlnn county to look nfter some coal interests belonging to their fnmilv. Dr . S Lock delivered a very in teresting lecture on the "Hook Worm" at Union Collcgn Cliirpel last Friilnv evening. His trcturc wn...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 February 1912

IV . !7yi4'i. I .yt rtVawtHSwi v . ' ifv"' XS ft Lw yip. i K R MiMiW The Pool of Flame LOK JOSEm VANCC Ya4 Ca;rliU 18, tor Loste Jouph Vfico apprehensive, constantly on guard against iom unforeseen peril. Now, he asked himself, what could It be? Wbat threatened her? And why? !! dimly promised himself tho pUaaare of her acquaintance, relying In the rapid intimacy that spring up , betwea strangers on a long voyage, with a itlll mora Indefinite Intention of putting himself at her sorvlco in any cauve that she might be pleased to name, provisionally; she must not Interfere with his 'plans for reaching Ilangoon "in ninety days." That night ha was hoping to find the lady at dinner; hut though tho hip's company ira small, he failed to see her In tho saloon, at cither tha captain's, the chief officer's or tha doctor's table; nor, so far as he could determine, was she taking the air on deck. Was It possible, then, that ha had been right, that she had a reason equally as compelling as hit own...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 March 1912

atf" iLiiiiiiiiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti f"' lie HimnWn AS' "'? '$! v.? 4V 5, v "J Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No 25 BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAR. i. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 3 . Bmtaftte V - WK t!. M! .". W i.' A . r: , . 1 . -ilP.il! If! MTTIJ'QS W 'ifr' Lf&yir I I v V &f 1 Common occurrences which may be seen about PFDIIRI 1TAIVI TATF l.rUDIlll ,S- CONVENTION To Be Held in Louisville, April 10th County Con ventions, April 6th. Official Call Sent Out By the State Central Committee Louisville, Ky , Februarv 1 I 1912. To the Republican ttlcctiif of Kentucky: In Accordance with established custom, and in obedianee to the rules governing the Republican Or ganization of Kentucky, and the official call ol tin Republican Nation al Committee, the Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky now directs that a State Conven tion of delegated representatives ol the Republican party of Kentucky be held in the city of Louisv...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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