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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 March 1913

I I PHE' MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE bV2- rURMtSHED KVKhV VKIDAT AT iUIU)OUUVILI,K,KKNTi;C'k ClJAS. D. Ool.K . KniTon Itntrrrit ii Hmiiiul'('ln Mnttor FNimnry . limi nt (lie IVMnnir nl llnrimiirtllle Kjr.. iiiuUt ci (ir'utiiirt'Mit Mnrrli 3. Tu . Onn Dnltnr I'nr Your in Atlvmu'i The Official Ornan or the Itcpunllcnn Parlv In Knox County. ANNOUNCEMENT WenrpnlllliiirUiil In iiiiiiuiii-rTlliM K I. MAMMON in ii i-nmlltliiti' fur I ..mitt JlulitP. KllllJlTl In tin IK'llllll nf tlir 111 (ml Ifcmi fnrly nt tlio Oriiorol I'rlinnry In In held Aimii-t Jml. lulu. Wo nrv rulhiirlinl In ihiiiiiiiih'i' J II Kt.AOKDUUN nt 11 i-nmllilntf fur .Imlorol Knox Count jr. aiilijin't to t ! (id Ion nfthr l'nwnmttfl liirtjr. In Iln OVncnil l'rliiinr.t to Ihi held AlliriKt Jml. WW. Wpnreiuitliiirlanl to iiiiiiiniiirf n M I liKWIS n" n KHpiilillrmi riindlilalf for Mlii'rlfT of Kimi t'niiiitj. tuliJiM't to tlic no I Ion of the oliTint tin (li'iicnil I'rlnmrj Attiriiit Smt. Ihi i. Mikit Nmm JMkg Eny pOYAl POWDER Absolute...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 March 1913

lV- 'liVl &7Wi '. .; T nutip-V F . JM T - ,f . . r I L' $ v f BV - .. r. L W .5-V ) ,-, t i-' S NEW SPRING GOODS Have YOU bu tti think goods for EASTER? This yemr ERSTU ? come curlier than fur year pout. Wo u if Rotting hi n-v Spring Unod now, ami liiivt re coivell n beautiful lim of now sn rs, siioks, smuts, TlKS, SWISS KM llllf ll IlKItl KS ami LACK (icons, ;iinl other Miim'iiIiiii' mid I'Vininino i'liniphointiliu. Be well dressed and save money by buying from Cole, Hughes & Co, DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOURVILLE, KY. :. ---m- -- -.$- .:, vM PPPQRMftl- 1'V.llOUllJIL ,g, John H. (into, ol KiionwI'i-, was licre this week. t T. . liilbert utm in I'iiu ville on business lnt Wediicdnv. - I'iiu-Street is inftstcil with mens'. le. mumps', i'lc , mnkiiiK tliem n mcasley se'tleineitt. l.cnre Ilif-jjiiiS "' "'dilm, w,,s !n town Tiii-il.n on luisiness While 1 1 ere lie renewed lli- subscription oi' the Advoente lor niiotlii-r year If you lull t" -i-e the Civic I.eatfiK' sdiow fcniurday m;...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 March 1913

m Iftt'nBllak, Ift sal" EMEslsasaisaWtV. t. a.v t Tn SfWW DIVINE JUSTICE Thursday Night, March 27th. BEST OF SIKGIRS IN THEJJELIIGE ANDENTERTAINERS Tru,y UnderS00d n,, Hood Bmlah Beck Quartet Finest So- Was an j H8rJ' lotss on Lycecm Plaltorm. fREED HAN FRflM SLAVERY, Four beautiful .vninon would attract Attention on rmy platform anywhere. When these beautiful women are four if the beM singers and entertainer oni has the explanation for the un liounded success with which this sift ed quartet has met. No finer or bet ter women's quartet has appeared In Lyceum courses during the last 10 ars. Each is n fine soloist, about equally dividing honors, their ensem ble singing la perfect, and tho read ings by Mrs. Iiculah Buck, the man ncer and organizer of the quartet, are Intensely Interesting. It Is sel iltmi she falls to get three and four encores at each nppearancc. Perhaps tho most attractive feature of their program, because It combines all the other features Into one num ber, Is the o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 March 1913

PPPfrvPPy muitaih , . f rW VJW K.rsa r r'i "-' 7 .5 X Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. i'i New Series: Vol. 2. No.- 25. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1913 Old Scries: Vol. 8 No. 34 w B mmr : ? j in " JrfA If- S K J Zt &- ' ?V lit iii; It Fft ';v -r- REPUBLICANS TO WALK THE PLANK This Is Impression Gotten by Oille James When lie Goes to See Presi dent Wllso'n Kcntuckians. About 1 Dr. Ycoflcr Wants to Go lo Peru. A Special from Vn1iitit!tmi, In the Courier-Journal, of March 18, say: Senator James hn 1 a confer ence nbout patronnce mutters witli Secretary of the Treasury MeAdoo to-tlnv, nitil lelt him with tlie belief tbatthoe Kentucky Federal office holders whn hold their places "nt pleasure of the Preidcnt." nnd for no definite term, will oon be dis missed to make room for Democrats Mr. Jnmcs did not say that the Secretary made this specific prom ise. 'J he Senator merely stated it as his impression of the Admiuistru lion policy toward office hol...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 March 1913

mirwr - VSMk &fa . r n "7 1 A :iiY M.&- , V At ,i ! THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE' PUBM."1IM KVKhY FRIDAY AT HAUIIurUVII.l.K,KBNTUl1KY Gmas. D. Cor.r. i-r . Kdjtou ' l wintered n xei-oncl-OIno Matter Kelintnrjr IIVll .1 ,... ..-- . ,.-. ill. " iviit in um nniuuirr ni imruourriiip Kjr., under Art of CnnajreM of March rt, W. Ono Dollar I'er Year in Advance The Official Orjjan or the Republican Parly In Knox County. ANNOUNCEMENT Wenrf nulhorliid to immmnrcTItOM H (I. IIAMMONH ax n rnndldnto for County JikUo, niiliject In tho notion of the ltpptih- , Ili-nn Fiuty nl tlin flpiiornl I'rlnmry to lp ' hold AiiKixtfml, lull. Wc are ruthorlzcil to nnnounro J. If. UI.AOKIIUKN n n rnndldnto for Jullerof Knox Count j-. "iilijort tn thn notion of the PnvrrMlrn Party, In the dene nil I'rlnmrj tit bo held Ansuit Inil. 1913. Wcarenuttinrltod to 1111110111100 K.VM I. I.KWI8 in n Itopnlillcnn rnndldnte for Sheriff of Kmux County, atilijort to tho lu-llon of the viitiranl tlieOnernl I'rlnmry AllClllt S...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 March 1913

; li JsV' & . wfcf BP KV X !v wH I Mb BBR. ' !W.i.. 04WW ! I j J ?Jk-1T fc."W..tta S PSRSQNfib J . l. Kolioii wiik iii PincTillc nu lenl business Wednesday. ,. , r.n. 0. A. Metcilf, of 1'iuevilie, was .here oi business Wednesday. Iudjp and Mr. James I), Mack went to J.ouMvillc, riiursdry niter nnon. ' Dillard llittilmrd, of the II II. I. is battling with a li id ijw of umiitps. Mesdmnes. W. K ll.irner and S T. Davidson, were shopping in Coi liin Wednesday. M cud nines, . A. MePcrinott anil B II. I)ihuinn were in I'ineville slipping ruesdity. Vlisi Al.uuic lohnsiiii, of I'ineville, visited her sinter, Mr. W. K liar tier, in this city Inst Saturday. Miss llattie Stansbnry, ol Oralis, was'tiiejjuest ol Mr.and Mrs M Kobsiou in this city last Monday M.T. Jasper, who has been here attending Ins sun, Will, returned to hi home at Miiitouville, Tuesdav. I'rof ai 1'. Faulkner, of Iterea, va in the city a short time Inst Suiirilov, the 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ilarncr. Mr. li. Ilrittai...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 March 1913

?''.WI ' ir 'T,. ' ... r If- . t r- - I - L JLL i FARMERS' LOSS IN NOTED SPEAKERS FIVE CENT MEAL $50,000 A YEAR SOUTHJS GREAT WILL BE HEARD SOUOPROBLEM SQUANDERED ? ? ? Lack of Co-opera'lon Declared , When Kentucky Educational It Helped Reduce Expenses of "Teachers to Teach Teacliers to Be the Cause, Association Meets, ' Domestic Science Course, , to Teach" Needed Today. I, t El v m i( the New zviiddlesboro hotel MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Reopened for business under new manage ment and recognized as one of the finest SUMMER RESpRTS IN kENTUcKY The patronage of commercial men solicited RATES - $2.00 and up F. S. LEE, MGR. iA . .i Vf ft .. EXPERT GIVES FIGURES.! Professor Coulter of Census Bureau Hat Compiled Soma Startling Static tica on Annual Lots Sustained by Southern Farmers Co-operation at Versailles For Past Year a Succoss. Professor .John a?q Coulter, expert special agent In the censua burenu nt Washington, him cotnpllo! some stnr tllng stntltlci In regard to the nnnnnl loss susta...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 March 1913

PWWWTF i.. ttioftlk ,s v ; oniitain 1' nf s Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. -.- -xr-rzr Old Scries: Vol. 8 No. 34 New Series: Vol. 2. No. 26. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913 fwWStPH lie c55Ci &"' i . tr? pi H p M- ET. tt & w 'a I! ffiLr Bar S. J. ROBERTS DEAD ' r' Editor oF Lexington Lender ru;!t:u vuy Lust ouii- day Morning After ' Clmrf lllnncc Was One of Uesl Known Newspaper Men In The Shite mid His Deuth a Shoc'K To News paper Men. Samuel . Roberts, editor ol the Lexington Leafier, ilietl fit his horn; in Lexington hut Sundiiy after n Mnirt illness, of hlootl poisoning 11 l iiiicu noitin. He was one of t lie nest known newspader iiu-n in i lie South find built up the Leader, wlnvh is Republican, in u city which w.f extiemely hostile to thut poli lictil faith til the liiiie ol it estab li.-liiiinit, mill made friend till over the Suite. Following is a short article ap penring in the Lexington Herald, hi opponent: "Mr. S unucl luilsou ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 March 1913

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KEhY FRIDAY AT ftRBOURVILLK,KENTUUkY I1 OnAS. D. Colk Kditok tintared na Hrrnnd'OliiM Mutter Fcnrunrjr X, 1001 nt the IVntuinco nt Ilnruourvllle. Ky., under Act itf Ooimren of Mnrcli 3, H7. Ono Dollar Tor Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. ANNOUNCEMENTS WonrrnutlHirlrttl in nimoiimc TIIOMAH O. IIAMMONHn a cnudlilntc fur County Judge, subject to the action nt the Uitmli llcnn Party nt the tloncriil I'rlnmry to Ik hold AlltfUU Slid Win. Wo nro rutliorln.il to niiiiouin-r .1. 11. IttiAOKUUUN in iii'iindlilntu for Jnllprof Knox County !iitJi'i't to the notion of the I'roim'silve Purl. In tln (loinrnl I'rlinnry to tw held Atmu't VikI. 1011. Wo nro authorized to niiiiounco RAM I J.KWI3 in n RipuMU-im cnnillditte for .MherllT of Knox County, auliject to the notion of the Mitcrxnt tlieUenrml I'rluuiry AUKUlt Sntl, 1UIS. I Pigeons as Uiapaicn Carriers. During the bIi-ro of Paris carrier I In carrylnp menage These were ph...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 March 1913

.'. K T , a ': p-t 'I 'ijt. &K m C. J , Ifr K K. t tf . a FURNISHINGS roR LADIES IGENTLEMEiX. -mi e -. t -, i. '- o '- t Wc hnve lately added to our stock complete lines of SILKS, SATINS, MUSLINS, LACE, PERCALES, GINGHAMS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS, For Ladies. FOR MEN Shirts, Collars, Ties & Oxfords, High Cuts, Low Cuts, Pumps, Slippers and Silk Hosiery. COLE, HUGHES & CO. department store BARboUrville, Kentucky c?tee $, '41 peRSONAb W?t t?fcfefc N'mtiii V Sownrd- im mumps Mr. Will Ken-din;; -pent the Sim da in this city. II aris, of iirvis Swire, w.ts lure Mondnv on liutiic.s. IUs Corn and Ollte H milord who shopping in the eitv Tuesday. Miss l.ucile Woodxon, ol Flat lack is Msititi Iricnds mill relatives in this city this wick lliiah Martin, of orbin, wii in ihe citv on liii'mics the l.itur part m l.ixt mill the lir-t of tin week. Mis .lnbel Fllison, of Williams, linrji. is visiting :tt the liouu ol .Mr. i.iiil .Mr !;. T. I;iilniid " tlii city. Miss Cliristiim Unltoii, w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 March 1913

jW!11 " ' TTT'I? J. 4 ii KENTUCKY HAVING BRISK AWAKENING fr Everywhere In Stale Things Aro Happening, 1EW SCHOOLS BEING BUILT., i Ki2. .--. t j c u. M raBl as a-awn nr riu i vi -ua . Betterment of Rural Schools Counties Taka Advantage of Them Secure Services of Experts and Select Teach. , ert More Carefully There iip or ai 11 time In the hi tnry of Hip old cunitiimueciltli when It- future looked 111 Iirltfht iih It doe In till year of Win No mutter whore one guei In the length mul lircniltli of the tnte one licnrc schools lioltii; .IN CTNmmI. Mhij new liulldliu" are Im ltrS erected In the pltice of tlioo which Imve mi lone been 11 i1lKniCtf to the enuniimiiltlei that' line K?rnilttecl them to exist. I'lnn. nre liolnii dNumcel in mnny liilltIe- for lurgcr isrouiiil'c ntul better equipment The tenelierx nre bediic more carefull xe'lct'teel than In the pewit, anil there It a penenil fcellns Hint school problem should lc fuirlv wet unci sohocl This foolltitr lux ro-ciiltcel In marked :i...

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 April 1913

mvvrrjn T ,-,-" ;' onntain fttwlale Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 27. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1913 Old Scries: Vol. 8 No. 34 mt I . tX fMv- ' 5- JfK- I. h i? K L vw' lim 'it- SHOCKING ACCIDENT Miss Hallle L. Walker, Teacher at Union Col lege, Meets Death In Strange Manner. Lost Her Balance at Top of Stone Steps and Palls, Fracturing Her Skull REMAINS TAKtN TO WHITES STATION TOR BURIAL (OontrlliittMi tir I'fnf.Ohm. I TirowiO Last Sunday m-rning the stu dents and friends ol Union College awoke to hear the sncl news of the death of Miss Hallii L. Walker Her ilenth wns the rcsnlt of a fall which she sustained the afternoon of March 28. Last Friday Miss Wnlkcr had gone ns usual nhnut hcrduties as teacher in the depart, meat ol Domestic Science in Union College. She had just finished her work for the day and had stoned to her room in the gin's dormitoiy. As she sturtcd down the s,tone (Steps on the north side of the Ad mini...

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 April 1913

PP R 'T'flBr mi ft E w I- Ir ? K?- ti"' f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rmiMSIIRI) kVKhY FRIDAY AT HAnHOUUVtU,H,KENTUCMvY I (Juab. D. Com: . Editor Mntf red M Heonml-Ulim Muttor Fcbrunrj 'I. leoi nt the rmtofTIre nt lUrlwMirTllle, Ky under Act nf Oongro of Mnrvliit, IsTn. One Dollar Per Year in Advance' The Official Organ or the Repunlkon , Party In Knox County. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are niithurl'iU to iiiiniHirK-oTlliiM U. HAMMONm hi 11 iillKll.liitv for t'mintj Judge, subject In the net Inn n( tin' Iti'puli' llcnn Pnrty at tin" llonenil I'rlimirj tit ! hi'M Auuu.t Sttil, Hit. Wo are ruttmrlr.tMl to ntniotiiii'c .1 II nLAOKnt'HV n n rnniilil.it.' for .Intloriif Knox Coiintj, Mihjt'ct to tlu iictlun of tin ProKrcMlM- Pnrty. In the (It'iicml l'rlnuirj to bo held Aunust&ul, twin. Wear? nut horliril lo niinutiiici' MM I , IjtWIS ni n Uepulillruti i'nnitUlnli furl .sheriff of Knox County, tulijm't to 1 Ik' uctliui of the inter lit tlicOm-rnl IVIinmy AUKiut '.tul, lul:i, I To Ihe Voters of Knox C...

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 April 1913

V -if at - ' TF- t' tl r 11. r K er fe lt- t w . " ?. " fo FURNISHINGS FOR LADIES GENTLEMEN. -- - - We have Intely added to our stock complete lines of SILK, SATINS, MUSLINS, LACE, PERCALES, GINGHAMS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS, For Ladies. fc :FOR Shirts, Collars, Ties & Oxfords, High Cuts, Low Cuts, Pumps, Slippers and Silk Hosiery. COLE, HUGHES (& CO. DEPARTMENT STORE BARROURVILLE, KENTUCKY - : h'fh'S'Htt', " fee J. G. Broughton, of Di-Witt, was in town yesterday. W. II. Sphar, of Corliin, was in this city Thursdav. HOKN to Mr. mid Mrs. nhn lltdton, a flue liov. ' ' ' "' . "' Miss Gertrude (.'none. of' " Flat l.iek, wns a week eutl visitor in this citv. 'Squire 12. McKeehan was in town csterdnv, and paid this office n pleasant call, Mr. anil Mrs. Andrew Itrock were here Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John iJishop. II. I,. l.eetc, ot Irvine, was here last Saturday, the guest of T. I Vermillion and family. Lovers of instrumental music should not miss the StratfonU, April 10...

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 April 1913

T ft XT ' , 'A & 1- '' Resolutions Whereas, our Heavenly Father in his great wisdom and love hns been pleased to remove by death our be loved friend, and sister in Christ, Mrs Delila Harrison, who for many 'years has been one of the most faithful members ol the M. 12. Church, nnd of our Organized Hible Class; Therefore, be it resolved, thnt in her death, we have lost not only a member of the M. 15. Church, and our Hible Class, but we have lost a friend whose henutiful Christian character bore testimony to her un faltering trust in God; that her cheertul disposition and her faith fulness amonj; us fts n follower of Jesus Christ, inspire usto greater real, nnd help in along life's journey; Thnt we offer, to her bereaved relatives nnd mourning friends, our heartfelt sympathy, and trust thnt they ma be ennbled to look up through the dark cloud of sorrow, nnd realize that God alone can com fort the broken hearted; That a copy of these resolutions be sent to Mrs. Messamore with whom s...

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 April 1913

St.4 vW m i'V -.j: sr . ' r , Q.r mtrttoiti Mm rah. TO. r " wi ia Official Oran of tKe Republican Party in Hnox County. .. 3 jNew Series: Vol. a. No. 28. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, APRIL 11. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 r-HtTi Up sWV , '. . &W & Ll . f: v 1 y 1 k-v fA I.' Ilk REPORT Of the Condition or the FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBOURVILLE, KY. T At the 1 lose of business on April 4llt, NO- 0262 KIJSOURCIJS. Loans mid Discounts $102,128.89 Overdrafts, secured mid unsecured .'101.30 U. S. Hondn to secure cir culation 1 .".,000 00 U. S. Honds to secure Postal Saving .-..000.00 Honds, securities etc. 'J,7.'I3 !5 Hanking house, furniture, and fixtures 0.500.00 Due from National Hanks (not reserve ngeut)... 5,000.00 Due from ajiproved re served agent 2:1,359.60 hecks and other ash Items 305 44- F.xrhiiogcs for Clearing Home "8.90 Notes of other National Hanks 400 00 Fractional paper cur rency, nickles, and cents 227.35 .I.AWi't'i. Money Ki.suvi:i IN HANK, VIZ: Specie 12,474...

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 April 1913

n" I I ft TIE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rMI8HD KVKKT VRIDAT AT nARBOUUVILLE.KENTUOKY Ohas. D. Cows Editor Kntared a Ncond-CIajit Mattor February il. 1104 at tha riMtomce itt narbourTlIK Kjr under Art f GonareM o( March 8, ISTV. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman or the Republican Party In Knox County. rtlNNOUNGEMENTS Wp nre nulhorlird U announce T1IOM AH U. HA1UIONH a a candidate for County Jodfta, ubjDct totho action of tha Kopub- I lean ratty at the Gnnernl Primary tu I linld Auguat Snd. 101.1. FOR JAILER We are ruthorlied tu announce J. II. J1LAGKBURN n a candidate) fnr Jailer ut Knox County, aubject tu the action of the 1'rocrcailre rurty.lnthe General I'rliiiary lube held August Ind, 191:1. We nre authorized tu announce J AM EH I III I, LOOK a.1 a Uepubllcuii candidate for Inller of Knox County, aubject to the no tion of the voter, at the General i'llmary, AiwUKt tnd, HIT We are authorized to announce tflllANT HAMPTON asit Uopubllcnn candidate for Inller of Knox County, a...

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 April 1913

VJ f,''4ii ir l-firr'1" y r ; ' 3t 0 rr-:r ;;. ,r ? . L LL ' iP' l &- C. 5f rr- -? m FURNISHINGS FOR LADIES! GENTLEMEN. 'm t "iai tm -fc - . . t Wc have lately udded to our stock complete lines of SILK, SATINS, MUSLINS, LACE, PERCALES, GINGHAMS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS, For Ladies. - IFOR Shirts, Collars, Ties & Oxfords," High Cuts, Low Cuts, Pumps, Slippers and Silk Hosiery. COLE, HUGHES & CO. DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOUrville, Kentucky tetetfcee -Ms-Jd9a PERSONAL . . v v r: ' v:. , Mrs. Logan Jtunyon is quite ill this week. Oliaa. I). Colo is in Cincinnati tliis week mi business. Miss Klva .Jnckfon, of Haileys 'Switch wus in this city shopping Tut'sduy. Fonzo Caudill, of L'ineville was t,h truest of T." .1. Gilbert. last Sunday. Olias. Green who has been iib sent from this city for a few weeks has returned. Kussell Dyche, editor of the London Sentinel, was in our -ity u short time lust Friday. Do not fail to hear Uev. Olias. A. (,'oakwell at the Christian Church Sunday morn...

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 April 1913

K V. ' v V 'i ? - R SLOGAN IS "ONE FOR EVERY ONE" 'Gfwcrful Cry Adopted In Rowan County In 1911, dEANETTE BELL ORIGINATOR Practiced What She Preached on Poor Girl Who Got Behind In Her Studiee on Account of Practical Blindneet. Work Hai Not Stopped, Either. Lnxt winter, n lien the enthusiasm of (be moonlight achool coiiiiniIkii wi nt its hcleht In Hon mi county. Ml? Jon netto Hell, nn otllclnl stenographer, de cided to ntlopt nml cnrr.v out the lo Kan. "Ono for every one." She looked about her In Mootvliitul. the county ' seat, for some person who was out of school ntul couhl not rend or write I In the hotel In which she uns Itvtiiuj she discovered n pupil. Conlle WIlHiin. who was norklng nit n chitnilicruinlil , When nuked nhout the work she lintl done for Conlle Wilson, Mis. Hell mull I vd quietly nnd unld. "It wasn't work nt I all. It wns n pleasure, nnd n wry rcnl i pleasure too. You nee. ("ordle was' ' Ifont In Elliott county, nnd when she J was quite younc she wns nlinost blin...

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 April 1913

i M jpqf ill Jipf 1 m lJkfWfff ''" ' """' " ' " w w" '" V f tffs mtitWti ttwfilfc V" 6 Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 18. 1913 . Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 BT New Scries: Vol. 2. No. 29. m I'.-.- .m? R. 1 H Ha & FIRE! Destroys Old xMcDonald building on Manchester Street Early Wed nesday Morning Was Occupied by Joe L. Hopper as General Mer chandise Store Every thing Destroyed I'he tire alarms were sounded curly Wednesday morning anil pea pie were aroused from their enrh iluinbermo discover that the store of oc L. Hopper in the old McDon ald Huildinj; wus n feethin: mass ol flames It ia not known the origin of the blaze for when the fire wus discovered it Til breaking through the roof and it wus then too late to Hare anything. Mr. Hopper had a full stock of t;oods upon which lie carried par tial insurance, although not enough to cover the loss. V. H. McDonald who owned the building bIso enr ried insurance which will almo...

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