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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1913

im$m. nmww m iyw ll?r :4 C& H Si ' M6UMTAIN ADYOCATE cmmtenmmnaymu,t.:ctm tr ---'T2;J.B2T5J,wnR "i ( " ' . ir .t t ',. rUBLtSHF.D KVF.hY FRIDAY AT KARDOUKVILLK, KENTUCKY BIG CASH SALE! r; Cmab. D. Ooi.k .... Editor tr4 m Hfoond-OlMi Matter February . 1KM at tlit rmtuffir at IlnrbourTllU. Ky untlir Act f Oonsrms of March , 187. One Dollar Per Year in AtWance The Official Oman or Ihc Republican Party In Knox Ceunty. BEGINNING EEE tamwffit ww f t l juhhe Indian Creek V. II. Cnmpbell wns in Barbour ville Saturday on business. Miss Emma Cooper, returned home Wednesday from Barbourville after several weeks visit to her sis ter Mrs. Oscar N. Prichard. ohn Smith, wns in Wilton Mon dav on business. John V. Campbell returned to Barbourville Monday where he will re-enter school alter spending the holidays with hometolks. America Campbell who has been on the sick list for the past week is reported no better. George Engle left Tuesday for Uarbourrille where he will enter the B. B. I. Miss Li...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1913

WMjy hj fr-' wr-; v' 7 i v ,-Jt. , s' 4:s. !.aar G aL? m1 4- x B- haV L ' f c. RkJ:1 ?W 4 B' ' ' 'X.& Vfmi, Car ' 'tttlY- m. , AK 9orA !Bound Hi' ' v.,,!K tinlly.duo ........ Wil4e.m. ....-, , . .. , ht. in.w " nxifiiniiiioMy .. nosi. RJ ' N'o.lltoily,Uiui.. Il:2i.ni HUtF" ' Soul A SSound Hill' No. Dtlly. due l ! m' H&v No. 11 " except Sunday 4fa. m. y "" Vo.M Dally, ilno .... 3:4$ a. tn BlV strcot ear leaellotl Jones twenty mln- Owing tO the fact BB& . utoi before tho chcdulel time for tmlna. ,, . & ' - E w - m 1 ' voicing our im- SH i ?) j ' mense stock this W . GAiww directory - wcck wc did not igjjf- . v have time to wiitc Tl cnMiiRiii'ANititivEKnAPTisTcnuiicti . -, our ad. i' Krcry Sunday In each month, '"' , . MornmRficrvIco 10:4Ra.m. i- ' ,'; Evening " 7:30 p.m. ? anhbathficiinoi . 9:4.m. - M Prayer Mcotlnir, Wednesday .i20p.ru. t . V " 11KV.A.C. HUTSON. I'ator. F1I18T MKTIIODIST EPISCOPAL (.IIIIKCII lt cry Sunday In each month. Morning Service - l0'-4- m- Fvo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 January 1913

Bin V s Write Ideas for Moving Picture YOU 'i 3) N.,..' NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE wbsma RICHMOND. KY. A Training School for Teachers Cenrara tlne ! EliVMiurT !Krnidj ft4 LIS, liAW C.r tlticim. altit in ail p.1m ure aii -! C.rM. Tftltlva FrM to Ap n)l. TwftDlMSMSr. ulftvHM awai4l-hool. ,,MltrlBlttbslMIaf. . , ainiiltraTlslr, a viU Malms ri..Jm. Do :l. l.a. ,"'""" bV" Tf. r-rT April T. ki r J . OtoX. J o. onABnB, PrHet. j swra-i n m u ev 1WI m .-.-.-n-.-,-. the tfEW MLIDDLESBORO HOTEL MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Reopened for business under new manage ment and recognized as one of the finest SUMMER RESORTS in Kentucky The patronage of commercial men solicited RATES - $2.00 and up F. S. LEE, MGR. 15 60 YEARS' FXPERIENCE Trade Marks Dcsicrts Copyrights 5:c. Anroaeifriidlnf askttrh and lMcrtntln noar tuloklf aacartalri our oiinUfi fra wlirihAr au iavrtiuin li prohablr mtentMblo. CotiimHiilc UttiuvtrtctlroonadanUal. HANDBOOK ourtnU til ttf. tH'Uit aaeiirr tor ttcutwg vtttiitu. raunu takan tbnm...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1913

jjrryrt, r; -?' -p jjj; -$2jTr., nw"' ' r w V .i Miiile Official Organ. of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 15. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, JAN. 10, 0 1 3 Vol. X. No. 3 l,M W-mh& 'lllitiiiihrtit H i ) x i khi mm iH iy 7M ' I , - r 'rv 1 J ' 1- 23C. v . One oljfl PARCELS POST Inaugurated Last Wed- desday and very Suc cessful Traffic Proves Heavier all rj'ovcrCcuutry than was at First Expected The Inauguration of the Parcel Post Sjntem all over the United Mntcn nnd territories last Wedncs dnj was one ol the biggest things tnckeled by the Government lor n long time and was n success from the beginning Hcsides the lower rate it hns been found that in near Iv all cases where a test was made that the parcels post packages bent express packages billed to the same destination by hours. From nil over the country comes reports of n shortage in the special pnrcels post stamp owing to the readiness in which the people have taken to the plan and began using th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1913

-.. r I L' f? . V I L r fcr FV " v '- Sfil" THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUHUSIIGt) V.VKRY ViUOAY AT BAKBOURVILLK, KENTUCKY Ci. D. Cou: Kditor tr4 crond-Oliiat Mnltrr February , INI at th Fostiirne fit llnrlmnrTlllt, Ky., undsr Act ot CmirtM of Mnrch 1. 1ST. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Orqan or lite Republican Iarlv In Knox County. 1 Mi NO NEED OP MONEY In a recent article ennunent nig on tne oilorts f various or ganizations to secure free publi city, an Illinois editor made the statement that it took money to 'run a newspaper. Many other editors are laboring under a sim ilar delusion, and for the liene lit of this class, Tl o nas W.Moyo publisher of tin Kecord, St. Anno, III., pens the following: It takes money to run u news paper? What an exaggeration. What a whopper. It doesn't take any money ti run a news paper. It can run without money It is not a business venture. It is a, charitable institution, a beg ging concern, a highway robber. The newspaper is a child of the ai...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1913

T -CT III I .! ' W ' '') " ifU rtu.,' !. li- J?.. ",'FVWI1 . ji'n , .... . imX f Yif ' N lip' JS ! V is. ft'. I I. m&. k I fr W i w if -MS .; c9 5. 5 turd JorM SSound Sn.ae Dully. Jup... lOilU.m. No.12 " except Sunday 1:M p. m . o.!DAlJr,iluii... ..liat i. m ; oeufA SJounti M No. M Dally, due .. VM p. . M Mo. II " except Sunday ... :. P No. ai Dally, tine .. .. m Street car leaves Hotel Jonen twenty mln ulea before the scheduled tine for trains. Church Directory rjOMIlKHt.ANDUIVKUnAr'riSTCHOnCH Kvcrjr Sunday In each month. Morning Service........-......-.!0 tt a. m. Eventnif " T:30p.m. Salihuth School ... Vrayer Mcotlmr, Wednesday,- ISO p. m. HEV. A.C. IICTSON. Pastor. FlKSTMRTItODISTKPlBCOPAtiCHBUCH Kvory Sunday In each month. Morning-Borvlce . . 10:Ua. n. livening- " 730 p. m. Bdbtmth r-rhool -. . . .'. rn Prayer Meeting-. Thumlar 7:30 p. m. M. II. C. 1st. 3rd. Mondays, 7:IWp. m UKV. F. W. 11 ltltOP. rastor. IciimsTiAN ciiuituit iskuvicks Mornlwt Sorrlce . HKX)a.m Ironing " fc...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 January 1913

fci Tt1I I A j& j& ' 6wl K1-l ! 8 k I 1 rr. Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays! YOU NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE KiWiiS, mei 0Q1 &?' h I N" RICHMOND. KY ' "r"i!ii-!' - icoLcr'-. l4tttf 9 HsjkI Tru trt ' 'it a t ttr IJ. "riT niAfi'li, .aiu tJl optui Jul U, C"taI"'- J :. cntlinn. Prr.Ment. n L fcsj rir vjiss mk & jar. was W nwi (i I i H K THE NEW MIDDLESBORO HOTEL MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Reopened for business under new manage ment and recognized as one of the finest SUMMER RESORTS in Kentucky The patronage of commercial men solicited RATES - $2.00 and up F. S. LEE, MGR. rL. .- w ww- ,. 'a 60 YEARS' FXPERIENCE Ol tMtTT ' ii hi ii ' i um IL'" Jmmrr UEu Tnjf Mnin Fr.t . ?i4 3Wnvf CCPY" GHTS &C. Anfonn1ln nhf' 4' '" " mat 'inlcKlr Mcertaiti c if i , . r an f iiifwntuin pri tiat, r ' llontHiricii7( nuuv i timr -i n m etit (rrfl. Mat tik ti t fff n ttyun'- Talenli taken tlir ' M n tuit-lv tjneittl utlt i'lt u l it j l Ahnlomrir (lln-rit"l w k w I ii lltlH ,.f H f It Mli (...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1913

ivw. u' n' --i lfti..rjri.iori3Stt( oniifaiifi -vr. httotnh . v " Official Orgaixof the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 3. No. 16. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, JAN. 17, 1913 I, Vol. X. No. 4 y- J 1 " E"w!i wtmmm 4- Li.- t 1 I m LOSS FROM FLOODS Heavy Rainfall Durina Last Few Days Cause Overflow in Lowlands Rivers on Ramp- age and Thousands of Dollars Loss ' The hcnTy rainfall during the flnst lew dnjs has caused the rivers all through the central states to overflow and from all of these sec tions come the reports of property lp", of homes destroyed und delays in traffic. A Probably the heaviest loss will,.b felt along the Ohio River nriiich reached the highest stage airtce 1884 at Louisville and ajKe rain has cnntinueiLAarfaW'ht the headwaters jar this river the tiooa win remain for several days. Dispatches Irom Louisville estimate the 'loss at $ J ,000,OCO in that city alone while on below iji the western part of the state the loss will be as great pro portionn...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1913

ffl I' ! R r.-s K .1: if t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE MJJU.ISBKIt KVJChT PRin.1T AT BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Cias. D. Cole , .Editor jtattrtt at cond-Oli Matter February INI at tk Pontofflc at Harbourville, ty., nndr Act or Contrast of March s. ibti. One Dollar Ter Tear in Advance The Official Oman or the Republican Party In Knox County OUR GOURTS Circuit Court opened here the first Monday in January. What meaning do these words suggest to you? Do you picture a crowded court room packed with backwoodsmen being held lo answer to charges of man slaughter and murder? Does it impress you as being a tinu when the peace and quietude ol our little town will be disturbed by bootleggers and moonshiner? who will peddle their wares at night while justice is being dealt in the daytime? These and many other impressions no doubt dominated you in yean past when the sessions of court ivere announced and they were looked forward to as being un pleasent duties that had to be performed perforce. That it anci...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1913

fWBBfljpWGRMWIT" jpjpniti in i j i.n pwt T'W ' w ?U v.- k . ' r w fV n If hi" W.t m rrr X c& 5"w f" 7rV Jfowia' Sn.tt nnlljr.rfno . .. Kill a.m. N. 12 " xcCitHuudn7 l:Mp. n No.3ll)illj,lu. . ... II J p. i SoufA 3iaund Vo. at Dally, dua . Ho. II " rxcptHun1ajr, Ha. 31 Dally. " p. m. . MJa.m. . SIS a. HI Street car learci Hotel Jonps twenty min ute before the iclieduleil time fur trains. Church Directory cnmiRiir-ANnniVEu baptist crnntcu Rvery Sunday In each month. Morning SerTlce. Erenlnr " .. Sabbuth ochoo' . 10 a a. m. , . - 730 p. m. t.tta.m. rrayer Meetlur. Vednnday 7:20 p. m. IEV. A.C. HUTSON. Pistar. FIRST HRTn"ODI8T EPISCOPAL CHIMOH Krary Sunday In aacb month. j Mornlnf&arTlca lOM&a. m, Treninr " -7.n0rvm, Sabbath Fcaool . 9J0a.m rrayer Meeting, Thuraday 7:30 p. ra. M, B. 0.. 1st. 3rd. Mondayi, .7:80p. . HEV. F. W. IU HHOP. rastor. A ICHUISTIAN CllUr.CII I3EUVICKS Mornlnr 8.rTle......-...l'5Wa. m KTtnlng- .A30 p. m. . tUa.si. Sabbath School . Junior Kndeaw .. 1:30 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 January 1913

FLt9riJry'mr & Ul fc.. 9t-k" a- Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays! YOU NATIONAL AUTHORS' INSTITUTE ;WfSSrSK' rij- tWU?v.o-f j i fiif RICHMOND. KY. Wrg .as 1 1 - r.s fut.li" nTtw ii la SSrsswst i rto Ar 1 1 I t doc rtfc-t nw i t ' 'tri.- ijs bull lint t ..! h4 .-,r.n f-' fZllVf rUTi T " i - , r. J1"1 ! T. FnnrlhTwmAi'rilT, tUmm blwoi Op! IM U, C.rr, t r craDDE, IVc.Urnt. Wfrli: . -iv-' J.-i..Jo j iwi HI THE NEW MIDOLESBORO HOTEL MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Reopened for business under new manage ment and recognized as one of the finest SUMMER RESORTS IN KENTUCKY The patronage of commercial men solicited RATES - $2.00 and up F. S. LEE, M6R. ro luii RO YEARS' FXPERIENCE I'iH.nn lakcn ll.ruuuh tbiun s Co. rw-ulu nweliil n-ltr. nilhoul clmrie. In tb k.-M.i nii ntA trklf Tjirrt fir eiiliUHi mif' t-miBo Souiual. in umr iiui nuttitb. IL Sjii! bran now mlalluil ( HUT x MtiiBnloiiiMal. 1"i".l r. DHirnMitiilw, L BjM brail yiwlrj. Braucb ORIe be, V tit, Wuhlnilou. U. U. the habit Advertise fcnt...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1913

7 plWT'? I'.- V . V New Saries: Vol. 2 No. 17. y Official 6rgan of the Republican Party in Knox County. : , - Jm ' : . BARDURVldLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1913 . . y0j X, No. 5 PE& v ' 'Mi ?S 7 ' -, n Kt ' - 'r m&M1 '.fii ; iJBmmP BK tf&r1IKm .M4&'T K "3: rsQ&Mt & r.. &' AA 3k. is', team lA' :'."'Jta l'5;f'WDEMdCRATS Convention Here ridnday and Elect ;County Chalr- man ' ' er, election-" '. Hot Contest Over, ' vv17.' . bt Bt; W, S. Woodson UT - t tin jW ' '(The vbrnnocrats 'vv. unu (jLruuiuiUin w l aviiu. -tff v county con- oW venfciondn this oitv laftt Mondav . k .! ..- I ... '1 I i-rfV tir n . iu any a, not ngnv mr. v. or poasan ot lUat Lick, win UJoted County Ohalfman. 6th factions aro vcfat'ming a ictory" and harjfiony prevails ' -vTBwl In "vl AttllRH. .. i-l.Js.im, J..I-- frvTSSf IdbSAt4y was tlio day se ,asc:af'v' Ipgfed to wa'ine delcKutcB at the different voting precincts in tho county to attend the county N.'ww convention hero Monday, and if ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1913

t &k U to r. - V M MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rUBLtSHKtl KVKhY FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLE.KENTUOKT Cii as. D. Colk Editor Kntrc4 m Becomt-Olas Mutter February , INI ntHk rostoinc at llnrbourvllle. gjr. r Act f Oonnren of Mnrch S. 1P7. One Dot far For Year in Advance The orficlnl Oman or the Republican Pari v In Knox County. ONERESULT Should tho new rule proposed become effective, tho Kepubli can strength, in delegation, will in the future be considerably reduced. It is now proposed allow national delegates in pro rata of the number of votes cast by that party at the last regular election, and this ruio, if car ried out, will reduce the repre sentative strength of this state by about 2G9& . Heretofore these delegates were allowed, two for eacli Congressional Dis trict and four delegates at large from the state. Since the Re publican vote was divided at the last regular election and we did not poll our usual strength our delegation would necessarily be greatly reduced. This then is only on...

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 January 1913

1HHHH01VPMMMHM r"' 'V"! ' " ll lp'F" IW I "JY r i in, vipW7T J k , j!cf 3?1Sim Card (k. 15 -1 sa adr , Vffi. kS S '-1f ? lr '? 1WV N 7o-M &W Vn.Mtiallj.tltir- , KliUn.m. n.U " cxci'it mnla) .-.... I 8S p. n.JI linlli,im-.. .. tistp.m tSeiM SBtund Vn.21 Dullr. dun .. S 48 p.m. to. II " ftrpptHiimliijr . m.in, . 81 Dully. 1ih .. 8 &." - Strrftcir Irnirn llnlnl Jones twenty min utes bcfoif Hit whpiliilril time fnr train. Church 'Directory CUHIinillANDUIVUUIIAPTISTCHDHCH Eiery HnndtiT In each ranntli, Warning- "f rvl" w r' m- Kvrnliur " ' " P' m' Sahluith f chool m. fmjer Mertin. Vdne winy 1-M p. in. RHV.A.C. IIUTPON. finder. FIRST MBTIIOIMHT Kl'ISCOPAt ClIUKCH r.very Sunday In each month. UornlnirScrrlca. Ermine " 10:Cin. ra, . 7-111 p. m, .nbbntli I'rhiiol ICIOr. ra. n Mprttnir. Thiiriliiy... 7l p. m. U. n. C Ht.ft 3rd. Mondays. .:wi" HF.V. F. ft. II IIIIOP. Pntir .CIIIllSTIAN ClltniCIIHBT llfVIOVS Mnrnlnr Service .'" 11 -00 a. m Ktnlnr " ...-'. J;30p.m. Sabbath 8choolr. . H4l...

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 January 1913

m l.ST !, ' vJr A ff HWflrWM SfMcWrnf (OoMtMnl from 2ml Hwe.l toiovfitg tree on L. C. Mil ler coraer G.OO u.' Arthur Dowmatj d labor 9.50 Mountain Advocate for print ing onlinnnces G.25 Sflin Fislicr hauling slone 0.7G Dirt Catron Icibor 14.00 Judc J. M. Riddle for salary nsjudge -t-5.00 J. M. Wilson salary as Mayor to June 30th 37.50 Y. M. Mitchell for salary ns City Clerk to June 30th 30.00 Darhourville Water Works Co., April May nnil June water 300.00 Bnrbourville Electric Light Co. for June lights 125.00 J. A. Bowman salary for lune " 25.00 Total 1574.11 Orders paid in August Drew Dozier hauling on street 2.50 A. D. Lewnllcn hauling on street 4.50 Taylor Denton hauling on street 1.23 John Dcaton hauling on street .75 C. C. Kelly contract work re- moveing tileing 2.00 George McDonald labor 4.75 Hirt Catron labor and haul ing on streets 43.G0 T. B. Ashley for hauling on sticet 3 7.25 Arthur Bowman labor 13.75 Sam Fisher for hauling on street 11.25 James Bunch labor 8.S7 Henry Hubb...

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 January 1913

f :"'--'Ty ."i(fj ,s" 4 Jtt0itte ts Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: V61. 2. No. 18. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDnY, JAN. 31. 1913 Vol. X. No. '5 -- - fW i ii im ii iimm i'r MWMlMffir rr '" She fflnmntntn 1 -,. - x '' m HI . ' REPUBLICANS COM ING TOGETHER Psogressive Senators May stand together upon politi cal program that will unite Republicans Bull Moose Party Going To Pieces in Western States WASHINGTON, Jan. 1913. Without any brass-band accompan iment and entirely apart from pro posed national get-together con ventions, plans for the reorganiza tion of the. Republican party by the progressives arc going forward here. The work is being done behind the scenes, so to speak, in the United States. Nothing tangible is ex pected to show until the new Con gress gets to work, but then the progressive control is to be develop ed through pushing to the front leaders like Borah, LaFollette, Cummins and Hristow in the tariff controversy. That the Repubiican ...

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 January 1913

sv-t h I l A 1C Til WUKTAIH ADYOCATE W- KtM.HMRI) KVKhY FRIBAY AT BAKBOURVILLEKKNTUOKY uChas. D. Oolk Editor W't Kattrtd as Hocnnd-Olnsi Mnttrr February . IW at the Pontofllce i Ilnrbourvllle, t-Ky., under Act of Congress of March. 1V7W. ii " lOne Dollar Per Year in Advance jjhc Official Oraan of the Republican Party In Knox County. Several of our subscriber have failed to renew their subscrip- t tinns nt, tho liHciiminir of the year when they expired and we now null vnnr attention to it. 4 This is the year of county elec- tionsand you will want to know what is going on amongst tho candidates and a mighty good ter roads. I lie Heavy rains inir unvtokoen in touch with this ing the past few days have in isto read the Mountain Advo- cate. Please come across with the "necessary" and let us con tinue to mail you the paper. Otherwise your name will be taken from the mailing list. We have seen two signs ol Spring already. We swatted a fly, ami received a package of garden seeds. We will ha...

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 January 1913

r. . r i. i u:- fmfUWT Tffii guHV m " mMigimmgg -nEF-'r Y&&9I? Vim Cam mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r m Louisville Hotel jlouisvilieTky. On Main lletvveut Imxtii iiikI Shtenth EGGS m mmmmm mmmmm mmmmmmm m " m Worth fiountt & From Chlerwni BRED TO LAY & ac r.nnn c tiic nrcr Mo.ntlalljr.iliio.. .., No. 13 " except Hutidiiy No.uniitrry.'iruo .. . 10ilU.ro. ., 1.52 r. TO , . 1ISJI p. m AS GOOD AS THE BEST South Round No. SI Dully, lino..- . ... No.lt " except fliindif... No.Sir)lly,ne- .1 4 . m. ... All. m, Jlli, m American j and European Plans Strcot cur leave Hotel Jonci twrntr min utes before the nahMliile1 tlino for trlnfc unimtino iii onuto We have lot of shoes of different styles and prices that we placed on the bargain counter and will sell at COST. 1 hese ate genuine bargains while they last. Also received an assortment of SELS Royal Blue shoes the first of this week. : : - ,gg n,t.UM, m f'M- f y . h j. ' - .r . K .. . - N - " c Church Directory CITMIIRItl.ANDKIVKHnAPTI8TC...

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 January 1913

,. r x .1 S )Wa '4, ri ftrtKen .- .". THE COLONEL KNEW COLTS And Appllid His Knowledge In Advising the Teacher. CHANGE OF SCENE NECESSARY Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays! CHOOL 4. V k 3 YOU CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND EARN $25. OR MORE WEEKLY ki as Essential Buildings. EBEST THE COMMUNITY. .r v m ' " i,n c 'W. kfV'r &. . P i Wondtrful Work of Pupils and In. k . .. . . etf at tht Thorn Hill scnooi. iTke a Real lnterit In tudita. neon a hill which overlooks ft number of houses that appcnr to be nying leapfrog In their endeavor to lato the valley is Thorn mil ftchool.i -In these bomefi there nre no rich people, and many of the Klrl and mother are forced to p Into the bottling works to help swell the Satur tday pay roll. Naturally one would not expect a splendid building in Mitch a community nor well kept ground nor a strong school spirit Hut all of these things seem to be in tho forming at present. The exterior of tho school is rather shabby. Some palings nre nilsMng from the fe...

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 February 1913

VCK"' 7 -v-CTftvr.;-' tv ' ' uai .p,. .'1u .' il.SU ; mmlain MmiHfe, H ifim, t rf l$5& . If . . " 1st vnv? ; . i RTO .' . ACM Official Orn of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. iy. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEB. 7. 1913 Vol. X. NoVyS "w-f,T- jwwinFM - , s; -,.v . - ,-, - -TV mW mm " lite I. Vt &y 4Ksc 42?-: -'CK BE sm pa u & A - , IWw&&a . .. '-itraud iwrv. AMERICAN RECEIVES TREATMENT Dr. Stutz,ofOhio, Writes of Dr. Friedmann's ; Tuberculosis Serum An Aniercnn patient has been tnk inj tliV treatment of Dr. Friedmann for tulwrculosis, He is Ur. Otto Sun ol Uuner Sandusky, O. Here in the account of Dr. ntutz 8 expert ciicr in hi" own words. "I hne been a victim of tuber miosis foi two venrs. In despern- t.on I came to Berlin bopinj; to find a cure for myself nnd for my tuber- c.ilnr patients in Ohio. Dr. Fried tmnn nve me nn injection of bis scrum in the thigh lGdaxs ago. I differed no inconvenience except for ii alight soreness last...

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