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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 November 1912

iV 7 ft t.vfi. . THE MOUNTAIH ADVOCATE PUI1L18UKD KVKUY FRIDAY AT BAUBOURVILLB,KBNTUOKY 0s. D. CJolk Editor Hntertd m 8econd-0ln Mntter Kelirunry . 1901 lit th lVitonice nt UnrbourTllln. Ky., under Act of OonKre of March S. law. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Ofllclal Oman or Ihc Republican Party In Knox County. flore Surprise Weddings Not to be outdone bv otlier elop ers Miss Lena WiUon. one of our most popular youiij ladies, eloped lat Monday to Cumberland Gap nnd was married to Mr. V II. Keisling, an electrician nt Wnrrcn , This was one of the greatest Mir pries of the season nnd onlv n few ofhermost tntimntc IriemN were surprised of the fact until it had hnppencd. Miss Wilson had been a few dnys prcioii!i nt Wiirren whese she ;vas helping out in the of Int. of the InterMnte Coal Co. and it was there she met Mr KcMinj: On iimndny afternoon she lelt liere and it was thought that she was again returning to Warren, but in stead she was met at Artemm by her finance and went on fr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 November 1912

Vr ."- '1 V.& -. T Vv .;,- K.. P H'i itr - i; t- Ll .11 . vfe- ... jC, c 9?, Utmo Card ft99990999W999999999!a9' 9 JorM Sffounel fn.SJ t)illy,luo.. .. . lOjIU.m. No.ll " except Sunday l:Wp. m Vo.M Ddlly.duo ......IVMp. m Sou) A Siound . . 3:M P. m. ,. (Wla. m, 3:& 1. m 8tnt cur Ichtch Hotel Jones twenty mln utoi before tho icnednlod time for trains. No.M Dully, due No. 11 " except Sunday No. 21 Dally, due Professional Cards. J. E. FAULKNER DENTIST Offices : Knox Street over store of T. F. Faulkner Company PI-IOISTE 121 Barbourville, Ky. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION We appreciate the business and patronage given us since the cstab- lishment of the firm of Cole, Hughes & Co., and are thankful for the many m courtesies extend toward us. $ We are trying to justify the confidence imposed in us by giving good goods at low prices and satisfying each and every customer. This is t $ how we have increased our business and this is J the method we shall rursue in the future. Powers &...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 November 1912

pi' 'a r -T - i - (ji . i rfe r i . ID f TO MAKE GOOD WIRE JOINTS Ohio Man Invents Ingenious Imple ment That Doei the Work In Most Workmanlike Fathlon. An Ingenious Implement for making wire Joints has been patented by nn Ohio man. With Its aid two pieces of wire can bo joined so firmly that the Joint Is as strong as a single wire nmt Is made In a most workmnnllko fash ion. The tool Is in two yarts, each r with a hub section vid a handle. The shub sections have laterally projection Xi teeth and slots, through which the 7 free ends of the wires enter. A piece of wire Is put into each of the slots and the two sections placed together. To Make Wire Joints. As the tool Is worked backward and forward the wires aro wound around each other and the curling teoth coll them up neatly along their lengths until both ends are wrapped and a neat, strong joint Is formed. It re quires only a few minutes to accom plish this. INFORMATION FOR A FARMER Table of Weights and Measures Prov ident Housekeep...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 November 1912

5 '., '' ' : fe- tW ft r W. re: ' r- frx 1 ' r TtV. :',"'.v . v4 '- i &m 1 HUmPtA . ! iMJm NET mi mmmmmmAmmmmmw ll w ""i M ' M'pim in i wi 'i i mipm wwjiimbmbmML lf&' jjlik ' Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox Tnunty, w VH jSJt , ve S -ies: Vol. 2. No ; IJARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOV 29 I Vol. IX. No. 4$ JW CAUSE FOR THANKS BISHOP E. H. HUGHES, v "GIvo thanks aftlio romemhrancn of his holiness." Pact 30:4. If tho spirit of gratltudo is to be awakened In tho hearts of those who receive this Thanksgiving message, It will bo necessary that ag think to gether of somo ground that Is unmis takably common to all. It Is prob ably truo that. If wo wished to do so, wo could And reason for thankful ness In the material side of our lives; for we have not been reduced to star vation or nakedness or homelcssness. tlut without doubt there would be vast differences among us in this respect. Some of us have walked with steady feet up the ascent of prosperity Oth ers of us ha...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 November 1912

QBmkW TW rr T-nr t m.,mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm''!!yjim'mm s v .IS? f r tf I 13 k .1 it. & 11. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCAri rUBLISHKD KVBhY FRIDAY AT BAlinOULlVILLIi,KKNTUUi On a s. O. Colic Editor Jfnlcrwl He-cond-CliiM Mnttrr Kebninry , loot at tha Pontotnce nt IlnrtiourTllN, Ky.( under Act of Congrm of Mnrch S, lTV One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman or the RcpuDllcan Parly In Knox County. A DEAL lUANHSGNINt By DONALD ALLEN. P I wu a girl I wouldn't bo Jrgk walking too far, aalu om njir Uncle Uobert aa a girl of io passcu mm on ner nay down to tho gato of tho farmhouse. "And why not?" she ask ed as she almost enmo to a pauso, "Well, according to my Ideas, It's going to rain nnd snow and blow and hall, and when tho storm docs break she's going to bo a buster. You live In the city and don't know anything about tho storms we have out hero. I've, seen It when we didn't have a train along for four straight days." "I wanted to go to the postofflco to mall a letter....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 November 1912

LV J r4 , ? I i. J v ! ' '.v'" tt -. &ST .&v tt lr r Tty W. dc 9J Vims Card Worth SBound in.n tJally.rluo - lOilU.m. except Biinday . 1;Mp. tn Ko.2t Dnllr.'lup... ..... Sou) A SBound 11lp. tn No. 53 Dl)y. duo. Vo.1t " oxccptSundiy.. . 8:18 p. in, n:li. in. 3:(Ja. m Vo, 21 Dolly, duo.. Street cirlcavea Hotel Jones twenty mln dies befnro tho scheduled tlmo for train Professional Cards, J. E. FAlJLKNER DENTIST Offices : Knox Street over store qf T. F. Faulkner Company PI-I03STE 121 v Barbourville, Ky. Powers & Smith Attorneys & Counsklors at SHarbourvlle, Jfentucky. J. M. ROBSTON LAWYER. Opfick: Over First National Banl Barhourville, Ki SOL T- STEKIE LAWEK Office with Towers, Sampson una Smith BAUBOUnVILLB. - - - KY. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYKS TKBTKD KOU (1I.ABHKM At Ilotel Jones 2nd Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, kY- Church Dirociory rjUMIlKitt.ANl UIVKU 1IA1TI8T ClIUltCH Kvery Sunday In each montli. Mormnir Service - W: a. in. livening " ....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 November 1912

'' Wv . " .-.-' , v ... V' ,- PRETTY' THANKlmiHG DAY OH T iar OUTLINE OF PLANS' FOR EXHIBITS National Conservation Exposi tion, Knoxville, Tenn., 1913, Planned in Accordance With1 HUtory ' "T -. ; vr; i . J VIEW OF UPPER LAKE AND LIBERAL ARTS UUILUlNti, 1 JNL CONSERVATION EXPOSITION. Knoxville. Tenn., Sept and Oct. 1913. The above view will tclvo lomr Idea of the greet beauty of the National Conservation Exposition ground and the character of the building wMth are now under conttrijctlon. i s Is jott " H. fc "- . ... fe - 1 MR 1 yBreiA ' wi'-&3yr?.'jc'? f BKif flail- tain atoll Sf rnir EAST TENNESSEE Th.s h.iil.line Is to be -rec h contain exhibits from oach cou"' . innnn fo .hihu .. and resources of one of the most favorwl VMIk - ." I, Inn 'iiaVi 1 In ii -'"' au-iL.u Wg- - r'-'JL' "" ' ,lin sg , THE ALL SOUTH BUILDING. The Southern States Buildiim of the JJatioual Conservation Expos, on, which will he held at Knoxville for two months, September and October, 1!U3, will be one of...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 December 1912

risr'.fr frrT 't',T'' ' Jff''F w, T , ' PST '72 mudain Official Org'ai of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. $ BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DEC. 6, 1912 Vol. IX. No. .50 nrry mjs, 3Utooat& me . P MV. Lv 5. f'j- ,&' . 1 CONGRESS CONVENES Convened Dec. 2nd ana will Last Until Marcli 4th. Senate Adjourns after Ses sion of 22 Minutes In Respect To Vice President Sherman. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.-Con-grcss met promptly nt noon today lor me snort session that wii terminate witn tne incomini! 01 tnc Democratic administration March 4. Crowded galleries looked down on the animated scene on the floor and Speaker Clark in the House and Senator Dacon presiding in the Senate, rapped the respective bodies to order at 12 o'clock. It was not quite 12 when Sena tor Bacon, president pro tern took the chair at the desk of the lute Vice President Sherman and rapped for order in the Senate. Senators surged through the doors at the last moment and it took sometime tosecurc...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 December 1912

T i ; Vr . . t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE FUMUSHKD KVBHT FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLE,KENTUOiar Okai. D. Oolk Editor ultra Hecond-Olass Matter February . 1M at th rtxtofflco at IUrbourrillt. Kj undarAot of Congress of March J, l'TV. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican la: IVrt v In Knox County. NOT GREAT IN ALL WAYS Iron Chancellor Hd HI Weaknesses Llkt the Rest of Poor Humanity. My recollection of Bismarck, how ever, when I used to see a good deal of hint at Frankfort before he was great is that ho was a very gross feeder; indeed, I once saw him de vour a fish that smelt so high that it almost made every one else in the room sick. And then his hands were always filthy, and he used to paddle theni in his plate in a most unpleas ant manner. Except for these pe culiarities he was a very agreeable man. talking, it is true, thirteen to the doen. but with a sort of clever, reckless, dare-devil air. As a statesman I suspect his repu tation is exaggerated. lie is an ar...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 December 1912

Vi .:' rwsi v -r p . . iv J 's; ' 'i &:, i7 f . ! t, .i ,r , W"...fr l ".-'.. 4. " Hi.- r ?. . x "W &?;; . ILV I-' k' V r :' S-i S.V . V A jjt. 'Ji-ij'X .. c 7ft Vimo Card 7orM SSound Kn.ae Dally, ilud . No. 13 " except Sunday .. No.SM Dullj-lue. .. JoutA Sfiound No. 20 Dally. Uuo . . Ko.ll " except Sunday.. . 10jlta.ni. l.U3r.m 11.-S-4 1. m .1 4 p. ro, fllju.m, , 3 45 a. m V. 21 Dally, due- Strut carlcara Hotel Jones twenty min ute before tlio scheduled time for train. SProbssona Cards. J. E. FAULKNER DENTIST Offices : Knox Street over store of T. F. Faulkner & Company PHONE 121 Barfoourville, Ky. Powers & Smith Attorneys a Counselors at SJarbourville, Jfeniuctcy. J. M. ROBSION LAWYER. Qfkice: Over First National Bank DARnOURVILLE, IvY SOLf. STEELE '. IjAWY?2K. Of lice with Powers, Sampson and Smith BARBOURVILLE. - KY. DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYK8 TESTED FOIl Ol,ASHKS At Hotel Jones 2nd Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, kY. , Church directory...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 December 1912

V ' V , 'r'wO ' It. Hr f' t 1 tt' SEEKS LOST TITLE &l 'u Honor Denied Wife of a Czar's Brother Sought by Daughter. Would Ba a Grand Duchen Romanes In the Career of Grand Duke Michael, Long a Reildent of England. London. Ono of the most beautiful xlrls now In England la tbo young Countosa Nada Torby, who la with her rather and mother, tbo (Iran J Duke Michael and Countess Torby, who are paying a round of visits In tho north. The mother never received her title of grand duchess becauso of the stern point of view of tho Komanoffs. but now that tho beautiful Nada has frown up and she Is ono of the most beautiful girls Imaginable It Is gen erally supposed that she will demand for herself the rank that her mother has never attained. When the late King Edward was till the prince of Wales he made a move to obtain for the mother the rights that the Russian government had denied her. Hut he became king and died without gaining this delight ful end. What the attitude of the present English...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 December 1912

C-jSTFi 'VX T" Ar . i i ?& miidatii .''. ttjoftb rtl !V Official Organ of tne Republican Party in Knox County. New Scries: Vol. 2. No. 11. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 51 m u ." Ill . !'v Ul Par ft- & 5-.v fv BE ITER ROADS Bell Counly to Vole on $500,000. Bond Issue for these Purposes Highway Conference to Dt Held in Bristol, Tcnn.-Vo. January 23 to Discuss Bris tol to Lexington Pike WOULD TRAVERSE KNOX COUNTY The citizens of Knox County nrc wntching with interest the outcotni ol the election in Bell. County to voteupon'thc issunncc ol . 500.000 in bonds for the construction ol good ronds in that county. The plans for the construction of these ronds include n trunk line through Bell County from the Cumberland Gnp to the Knox County line, this rond to connect nt Cumberland Gnp with the pike in Virginia, and it is believed that when the vote is taken that the voters ol Bell County will favor this bond issue, nnd if tlm issue goes through, as we be...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 December 1912

u i - x Fr-V E ! f fir" THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rODLIHIIRD KVKhY FltlDAY AT BAUBOUItVILLK, KENTUCKY Oiah. D. Cote ISnumt JtnUrl Hecnml-OInu Mnttur Kfhnmrt . ll)l t the Kntofltre nt ItarrmiiMt i.- ,Kjr under Act of ftniwiwuif March 1, I'd- One Dollar I'cr Year in Advanrp The Official Orfl.in or the Rcpunllcan T'Parlv In Knox County. Thirty-five Alembers At tended the Kentucky Mining Institute The Pccemlwr mcetii y ot ihr Ke tnckv Mining Institute vh c It to onler Mondav altera u ni 1 o'clock in the Col lege n l nr nn Metallurgv huih'iny nt ree Un versityhy President Pr i k I) K h W'th the largest jitleiilfir or in ti history of the midwinter s.einn pre.cnt, number'uy bout tltrt five members Preo'int flrnrv S Uarkcrofthe t'l.tvei-tv, delivered the nddr? of e!c u e to the visit ing miners nnd tin was followed !r a short biiMne m sion in U'u h the applications lir nemttcrship wore received Mr 1'rnnk D Rnh, preident ol the ininutc nntl y-ner-al matinperand Tice rrejident of the St. Hemartl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 December 1912

V 7?" V Mt7 .,- Bu u V ' rf F V F'a rr Si . cC . ZT'wff tvarrf JJferM Siound Vo. K Dnlly. due IOiH . tn. No. 13 " oxcrptfiuniUy l:P. Vo. W Dnlly.due JliM p. m South Sftound No. 3B Dully. ilUf 8" P- Vo. 11 " oxcfit8un(lnr...-- Mia. m. W. 21 Dally, due . . n Strrt curlonvoi Hotel Jones twenty mln utei befote the scheduled time for trains. Professional Cards, J. E. FAULKNER ninsfTRT Oflirre: KiiX Strt't't itvi'rstnro of T. F. Fon1kiuT& Company ITT -N-K1-21 ffiwers I cmitl ,TTOHNKV ' nt'NSI'l.iiH! Af T-.A.-W rinurui, Jfantueky J. M. ROBSTON LAWYER OrriCK: Over Firsi Nntionnl Bnnl IUkwwk villi:. Kv SOIF STKKLK L.AWVEK Officii with Powers, Sainpsnn mm Smith BATH' rnVILT.K. . - - KY DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, ER, NOSE AND THFOT EYKS IKsTKI) KOKOIjAHHKH At Hotel Jnne 2nd Monday of each month. BAr.BOURVILLE, kY. Church tyirociory rUHIIEIIl AND UIVKlt BAPTIST CHUIICH Kiery Sunday In ench month. Horning Service. . 10.45 a. m. K rntntr " T:30 p. m. Salitwt u School . . .45 a. m TiujerMeotlDK....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 13 December 1912

-iii ' "v" jrmwntMmw. i ,Mki.",jt j'si imwui ux j TO .PROPERLY PACK 1UTTER Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays! . -Ali Farmer' Wife or Daughter Should Study Wants of Customers and Give What Is Desired. ny w ir. UNDi:nnot.) When a farmer's wife or daughter mm r r JSXaHHMI sssM m WMWWkti AND HIDES fff I MM k. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID EKHlsW nimi FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES fWFmMmSi UMV f mm JV Wool on Cimmlulon. WrlU lot price- jJSJEftSKtl $n-, mirnr ML eWlR WMItftLU. luisville,ky. W I u&w&mLi:i:sx,'sr,: iPfr T CAN WRI'IE PHOTOPLAYS AND J. J KJ EARN $25. OR MORE WEEKLY We Will Show You How emmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammm If you have ideas - if you can THINK we will show you tlio secrets of this facinutitiR new profession. Positively no experience or literary cxcpllonco necessary. No "flowery lan guage" is wanted. The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big film manufacturers are "moving heaven and earth" in their at tempts to get enough good plots to supply th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 December 1912

Jfyppw J;r,v :"'" MttlMtt ? r.T-" , V. ' Official Org n of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARHOURMLI E, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DEu. 27. 9 1 2 New Series: Vol. 3. No. 13. Vol. X. No. 1. j W.5ffi - ' , AjaJB "yv Mfos WW ' U m- &iu ft, Union College makes a business of Education. Winter Session Opt-ns January 7tli, 1913 PROPOSE FUSION IN ELEVENTH DISTRICT Democrats Wish to Unite WithPfogressivea-in . -Local Elections An important meeting of the Democrats of the Eleventh district it to be held at the Srelbach this nfternoon. The ostensible purpose of the meeting will be to come to some agreement as to the division of the federal offices among those Democrats who have urged their claims upon Senator-elect Ollie M. James. Hut ot equal importance will be the discussion of the possi bility ol the Democrats and Pro gressives fusing against the Repub licans at the next county elections in the Eleventh district. The leaders of the Progressive party have made signs which would indicate tha...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 December 1912

- . At - , St-- Hi" W ' ft'. Ero ' But ? sHRfc EI-, FOUNTAIN ADYOCATC .' hjnusHin kvbkt rniDAT at iA.RBOUUVlLLK,KKNTUUKY" ?. .Obai. D. Cole Editok BnUrta. m MeooiulGIi Matlr February (, 1WI at lbs roUoRlce at IlsrbourvllU, Ky., unftsr Ka. of Cngre of Mnrch 1. IS7. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oran of the Republican Party In Knox County. ae LURING MONKEYS TO DEATH Certain African Native Know Thtlr Language and Uie It to Kill Them. A surveyor who has returned after pending three years on the upper Congo believes that some of the na tives of darkest Africa know the monkey language. He says : "It was when we were going down the rivers that we made the acquaint ance of the monkeys. We could hear them in the forests, chattering to each other and calling plaintively, aliuAtt like human beings. At first .1 could hardly heliove they wem monkeys; I thought they were tribes of natives, and some of their cries were like those of children who had lieen frightened. "It was tlie wei...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 December 1912

mm i,rT wr MWM'mi v '" VWf ' T ' a3kaaaBalw p v TjfT3SflPIilaaBaa .7 i 1B. ' lBBBM ""lH: Wjy IH l laasrssE Hi1 . 'Sf'' t Hfc fear" Mr J . W .... vii' V, 111 1 a IBtfo lb- ' ". - K . KSSIrt' orth SSounJ flBHK' - Ho. 9C Dally, duo . ., IOjUh.w- r2ZWHr r no.JiJ ccn puimwy . im y. M ; ' No. 3 Dally. due .... BjUr Ho. 11 except 8unday... T Xo. 21 Daily, dua a:Mp.. eila.n. 1.4Sa. m iruinrliiipi Hotel Jnae twenty rain- uUa litforo the ichrduled time for, train. -Church Directory :xjMnBnt.AND m vkh baptist ciichch l?vry Sunday In each month.' Morning- 8orvlco lO.tla. m. Kvenln " 7s3dp.ni. Sahbath School , . . Prayer Meotltifr. Wedncuday 7.20 p. m. REV. A.O. IIUTSON. Pastor. riUSTMETH0DI8TEPlSCOPAt, CHURCH Every Sunday In each month.. Horning Snrlce..... Kvenlnr " ...j- Sabbath 6chool rarer Ve e tin. Thurtday... lOiiSa.ra, . 7.80 p. m, . 9.D0a. m -.7:30 p. m. 7:90 P. m. M. B. C, lit. & 3rd. Mondaya, . ItEV. F. W. 1U ItHOP. Pastor. cnK.iAiTcHoncH'j&EiivYcns'' - Morfilnt Service 110 a....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 December 1912

l r F c Write Ideas fbrMoving Picture Plaf s! iii 1 e YOU -, NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE FURS AND HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Weel en Cemsiissiea. Writ lor price- list eatatlealng Established 18S7 JOHN WHITE & CO, LOU.SVILLE.KY. MVRICHM0HD.KY KY. tl A Tralnlnc School for Teachers Oam. 1,141, to Kln.iurr ....ll.i. .iii Llh fluu Cr tinttiM. Vil4 la HI nbik SalMoli of Kwlaclf. BpMitl CosraM. Tltl,B tn l 1 - CMreM , a E.fiiv nulltM.. T.BitalIW rfuHu itwmnlMiMl. ""'I, "'" . rnnaTwrnlprtlT, lw SrtMl " ' " -""- j. o. CIUBBB, Prtetaeat, Can't Work When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work, and are tired, discouraged and miserable, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the gentle, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs. CARDUI Jib The Woman's Tonic Mrs. L. N. Nicholson, of Shook, Ma, writes: "Before I began to take Cardui, I w...

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 January 1913

wnitetn Mnuiift , r t ?:. W -& '; . Ci' Official Organ of the Republican Party- in Knox County. New 5erles: Vol. 2. No. 14. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, JAN. 3. 191.3 Vol. X. No. 2. A PiramBDK. Mm$9b Bi'3 i 4 ft4 1. ?--j ; Si te I" Union College makes a business of Education. Winter Session Opens January 7th, 1913 PARCELS TOST ON JANUARY 1ST Post off ice Department Ready for Handling fler chandiseat Low Rates Over Entire Country. WASHINGTON. Dec. 30.-A New Yenr's jilt by the American govern ment to the American people will be n thoroughly equipped domestic parcel post. Following considern tion o( the subject in n general way for n third of a century, Congress Inst August, authorized the Post mnter General to establish the new system on January 1, 1013 In tictual operation, it is expected that the pnrcel post will bring the factory and the form into closer touch with the consumer, nnd that it rrny reduce the cost of living. The largest city and the most ob scure hamlet nlile w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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