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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 April 1913

a? . ''4iVl'' I 'W ?. w THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISH KD KVKhY FRIDAY AT HAUBOUKVILLE,KENTUOK.Y (Juab. D. Cor.K Editor llntxred ai Hoonnil-('lni Mntter February a, I0 nt Hit- INMtomcn nt llnrlxnmlllx. Ky under Act of Oouarmof March a. HT. One Dollar Tor Year in Advance The Official Orflan or the RcpuDllcan Parly In Knox County. rNNOUNGEMBNTS Ropublican Ticket Primary AuftUHl 2, 1013. For County Judge, THOMAS O. UAMMOXS. For Shorill', SAM L. LEWIS. S. II. BLAOK. For Jailer, '-'JAMES HULLOOK. GRANT HAMPTON. For Superintendent of Schools. WALTER V. EVANS. ANNOUNCEMENTS Progrottnlvo Tlckut For Jailer, J. II. BLAOKBUKN. Composition on Good Roads. A gold mcilal to the school bov or girl between the ajc of ten and fifteen ,ycar, who writes the best composition, not to exceed 800 words, on the repair and tnnintcn of earth roads, is to be awarded by Logan Waller Page, Director, Office of Public Roads, United States De partment of Agriculture. Washing ington, I). C. Alt compositions must be 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. — 18 April 1913

ywm0mww iwwgPfjff c ,U. I: ms BE- ' im & E . i' , F iSr r i T TI FREE! Beautiful Cut Glass Water Sets, Pitchers, Tumblers &c. Wc arc giving away absolutely free to our cus tomers a fine assortment of cut glass presents. They do not cost you anything but wc give them to you for trading at our store. All you have to do is to save the coupons that wc fcivc with each purchase and when you have saved the amoui.t required to obtain a cer tain article, we redeem them and give you the pres ents FREE. 0ur Kodds are guaranteed to be equal to any to be found and our prices are the lowest. We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase made with us, so you cannot loose anything by trading at Cole, hughes & Company' store. Here is the opportunity to get a number of nice valuable presents ABSOLUTELY FREE. Call atourstoreand see the beautiful presents COLE, HUGHES & CO. DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 1 FeRSONftb Jo men Golden of I'rvnnt's Store, wns here wednesilny, on lmsi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 April 1913

- .$ V t lt ?-. i CHRIST'S GOSPEL MISREPRESENTED Foolishness of Preaching to the Worldly-Wise. HIGHER CRITICISM'S BLIGHT. Why Should God's Mim.Uri Preach and Entreat While Earthly Ruler Com mnd7 In the Coming Age of Mil . siah'e Kingdom It Will Be Different. The Law Shall Qo Forth and the Tranagraasor Shall Receive Corrac tlve Punishment, Says Pastor Russell. I.ancnstcr, Pa , Dec 'i - raptor Uui4cll spoke litre today. Tin tett for the occii-dou wns "It ilein-cd God tiy tin- fool Islmcs of pn-iuli ill); to hum- them that believe" - t Corinthians I, VL Then- N n wide difference between foolish prciiliitu and "the fnollsli I which our tett de HfctY'lH K1 PASTOR. gUSSELp ness of tire idling clares N of lllne iirr.uuc'iiieiit Tin unnj t pl " f Inleu-st iind prollt to ' hiituuiiltjk :i I lino their tlnii'iitid pi i e ltut tlie re u him: of the liiispel li is i in exihiolte rUlit of wu In the Chun. h of Christ If some claim that the peo pie will no longer attend Dlllni- -er He to hear t.os...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 April 1913

' f ?- ' M Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 30. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, APRIL 25. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 lllanntatn SUtooftdt. me IP" ifr , I- 1? in- rwi- t. 1 if A, fc" s A ' ""k- C A M P A ICN CARDS, POSTERS, SIGNS, AND STATIONARY In fact, ovorything nooded by tho candi dates can bo found at THE MOUNTAIN ft DVOGftTE office. All our work GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY; done promptly We or better prepared to handle rush jobs upon short notice than any office in this section, and to &ive better service. Low Prices, Best Quality and "ONE PRICE TO ALL" Do not be Deceived Get our Prices. The Mountain Advocate. BARBOURVILLE. SEC. DANIELS To Send Fleet on Long Cruise to The Principal of Alediterranean Sea. Tot;Educa.e Seamen; Twen--'" ty-One Vessels In The Voyage. Washington, April 110. Secretary Daniels announced to-day tlmt next winter practically the entire Atlan tic fleet would be M'nt on a three months' cruise to the Mediterra...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 April 1913

1 'pp?'P "H cnii m W i 4 TBI MHJMTA1M ADVOCATE rtnBLIBHKD KVKKY FRIDAY AT IlkRBOUKVILnE.KENTUOKY fc ' (!hab. D. Coi.k Editor i ' ' tintftrtd M Hecoiid-OlaaeMaUar February 1, teot itt the rontofflee at Ilarbourvlll. Kjr, qnder Act of Oongreat of Mnroh 8, ls:t. OrttrDollar Per Yoar in Advance The 8 Mela I Organ of the Republican Party In Knox County INNOUNGEMENTS . Jtopubllcan Ticket fit Primary Auftuat 2, loia. ' r For County Judge, "(TIIOMAS G. HAMMONS. DK. W. B. DOZIEH. For Sheriff, , SAM L. LEWIS. S. H. BLACK. GEORGE W. HAMMONS. For Jailer, ! JAMES BULLOCK. GRANT HAMPTON. 1 JAMES DINSMORE. For Superintendent of School WALTER V. EVANS. LEGISLATIVE TICKET 60th L.lalatlvo District ANNOUNCEMENTS Proftrosalvo Tlckot For Jailer, J. H. BLACKBURN. For Legislature ROBERT BIRCH. THE PRIMARY ELECTION LAW important Provisions in New Law to Govern Local Candidates. THE PRIMARY ELECTION IS TO IJE HELD SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, TROM 6 A. M. TO P. M. liacb candidate must tile ft peti tion with County 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. — 25 April 1913

rcnsLia X ft , mxa -k,iw&AT . "smwm FREE! FREE! MMKi ssassasssssssMsaVasafjsaVssssssssa Beautiful-Cut Glass Water Sets, " Pitchers, Tumblers &c. Wc arc. giving -away absolutely free to our cus tomers a fine assortment of cut glass presents. They do not cost you anything but w&gfvc them to you for trading at our store. All you have to do is to save the coupons that wc give with each purchase and when you have saved the amout.t required to obtain a ccr- talru article, wc redeem them and give you the pres ent FREE. Our godds are guaranteed to be ! equal to any to be found and our prices are the lowest. We guarantee satisfaction with every purcha.se made with us, so you cannot loose anj thing by trading at Cle, Hughes & Company' store. Here is the opportunity to get a number of nice valuable presents ABSOLUTELY FREE Call at eur store and see the beautiful presents COLE, HUGHES (& CO. DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 0 6CCC W iwj 9w tp&at ft . I PeRSONftt 1...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 April 1913

ft Y t r r '; tr !' EARTH'S BETTER DAY DRAWS NEAR Passing of tiie Year Suggests Closing of Present Age, PROPHECY Ol- THE FUTURE Pastor Russell Sayi the Dawning of th New Year Should Remind Us of the Epoch Which Qod Has Promised. Dawning of the New Era Is Manifest to Aid but Understood by Few The Lord Is Judging His People and Is About to Reward the Faithful. Louisville, Ivy , Deo 29. rnator llusscll delivered two addresses hue today. Wo report one of thorn from the text. "He th.it silt upon the Throw said. He nold. I make all thlncs New Write, for these word nre true." Itevelntloti 1.1:5. 4 I'asior iiua-jeii reminded lilt dourer tint his text Is a J4 prophecy by the Itedivmer. who tu then word"" rtt-rlnres the work of HW Messlaulc Kluplom Similarities nre found on every huuil lietuceu the close of the year nnd the closi of the Ace. The sowing mill re.ipinc of the year, with their inodiUcd hopes and fears, mid laburs with sweat of face, hnvo hoeu uciiiinpltxhiHl. The harvests have li...

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 May 1913

umtitein if Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. -09 i New Series: Vol. 2. No. 31. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, MAY 2, 1913 Old Scries: Vol. 8 No. 34 jUNmftde. ne fA xtr - c 9 , . V .$ 11 , B3 . & .. ii BN &v, CAT. w F re RLtADS FOR A REUNITED PARTY 5enntor Yownsend Who CVf' ' 'Spoke' Before American Republican Club and hx tends Hand of Friend ship t o Those Who Strayed From The Fold. Pittsburg, Pa., Apr. 'JC Pnilcil -States Senator Charles Iv. Townsend of Michigan, addressing the Amer- ""V Zl 'cun Kepublican Club here Jonight ' '' uA' ioii the occasion ol itii nninial Grant k ' Jv j Day banquet, pleaded lor a reunited '. Rupublican partv, ailcl to those I wlio strain from it in tbr lust w . . - campaign lie "extended tlie urigloy. .ed hanil of n genuine party friend- Ship-" K The Scnntor'in presaging bis plea reviewed tlie record of the- partv, while it was in power, drawing on the Treasury Department figures to illustrate- his remarks. Compari son was ...

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 May 1913

V-T V. jt b THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ! - .m i. .. .inn i- - PUBLISH KU KVKhY FRIDAY AT . BARBOUHVILLE,KKNTUOKV Prank Mitchell Announces Por Jailer Makes Nimi liking Easy 0HA8. D. Cot.K KtllTOK Rntfml i Hrcond-Olim MitMfr HHirunry INI nt the FottofTlctt nl ltartxiurtlllr. K., under Act nrCmiKrrmtuf Mnrvhrt, I7C One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman or the Republican Parlv In Knox County. NNOUMGBMBINTS Ropubllcan Ticket. Prlmnry Auftunl 2, 1913. For County Judge, THOMAS (5. HAMMONS. DH. W. B. DO.IKU. J. B. TltOSl'KIt. For County Ulerk, KF.AD I'. BLACK. For Slieritl', SAM 1.. l.KWIS. S. H. BLACK. : GEOUUK W. IIAMMCNS. For Jailer, JAMF.S BULLOCK. G HAIN'T HAMPTON. JAMES DINSMOItK. FKANK J. MITC1IKLL. For Superintendent of Schools. WALTER EVANS. LEGISLATIVE TICKET fettth l.ttaltlullva Dlktrli'.t ANNOUNCEMENTS PrngrotiuUo Tlokot For Jailer. J. II. BLACK BU KX. For Legislature HUBERT BIUCIL Read P. Black a Ca ml Mate for Re-election as County Court Clerk. We are authorized to ntinm...

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 May 1913

'J '"' i w rori - .w' f'rmrp'7&, , . ?r - FTa'i."' J F PSr C ': 'S: T7 fMHHm!j; t ,'UIIKSHI FREE! FREE! Beautiful Cut Glass Water Sets, Pitchers, Tumblers &c. Wc arc giving away absolutely free to our cus tomers a fine assortment of cut glass presents. They do not cost you anything but we give them to you for trading at our store. AH you have to do is to save the coupons that wc give with each purchase and when you have saved the amount required to obtain a cer tain article, wc redeem them and give you the pres ents FREE, Our gotlds are guaranteed to be equal to any to be found and our prices are the lowest. We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase made with us, so you cannot loose anything by trading at Cele, Hughes & Company' store. Here Is the opportunity to get a number of nice valuable presents ABSOLUTELY FREE. Call at our store and see the beautiful presents COLE. HTIRHFV GCs m I DEPARTMENT STORE 1 BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY PeRSONftb I T. J. P.illiert was in Pine...

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 May 1913

:.i ,.v ' i lr i i SLAVES SET FREE RETURN TO BONDS tm Has Been Great Emanci ; i pitor of Human Slavery. THE TORCH OF LIBERTY. Pastor Rusisll 8ys All Enslavers Are Oppond to thi Truth, Rsalltlna Its . Power on the Minds of Their Vic timsMessage of Christ Showed Mankind the Way to Freedom nd In.plr.d Mtn With Courage to Spread the Go. pel Despite Persecution. Washington, J. C Junnnry IP 1'nntnr ItiiMolt preached nl Wiish InKton Tonuilo to lUy, his third scr innii nn our Union Iopot toxin. UN ten itna. "The Truth shall iniiVii j nu free " (.lnlin SX1) lli wild: T ruth N tin' jrost Emancipa tor All enslaver ere opposed to tho Truth. roalUInc It-, power upon the mlniN of thi'lr victims. The tiihkiiinHtpra nt today would fain hide the Truth from (lie wiKcalave. but In ceneril llml It lnipillilc so great Is the power of tln pieis and there nre Mill publishers who hnio not Bold ttn-lr moral sense for sonllil caln. In tlhieH p.iit, when olmtiol shivery prevailed, The niaMor found It to Ids a...

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 May 1913

Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 32. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, MAY 9. 1913 v Ti if J If 1 r r EEr 1 . K'cur inaan. BT i JlBHMIHHF34VWiTaiff k klJhkIHHUjLV - I VCli PR0GRE5S-0CRAT Should be The Name of The New Combination in Knox County Wan Perfected In This Clly Last Saturday Whereby the hull-Noosers and Demo crats Swap Votes in elec tion of Otf.cers. A Democratic meeting was held in this city last Saluidny in whicli (lie lenders from all over the county met and perfected their plans for elect- wg Hull-mnosrrs and Demoernrs to all the county nllicc in the election -next fall. These plans were ennied out just as the Advocate had predicted thry would he mouths ugo and now all is serene between the Democrnts and erstwhile Roosevelt follower. It has heen a very noticahlc fact during the announcements ol the progressive candidates up until the present time that only candidates u n n (i 11 need themselves for a f e w o f the offices, and...

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 May 1913

W7.-i" ' V) 4 -1- m-n ,j4aeaaaa t: - i w i P Hi A & TOMMmiMDYMAgj ;1fl;ifii.!8llM) KVKhY r'HIDAY AT & MJItUOiniYILI.EjvKNTUanV L.rLi . - - . . - -- T)IN ('HI II - -' ' " " " j MAfijuD. C0f.K KfttBIR' L ""fr " ' " (." ifrtt n Hoomiit'OlnM Mn,ttr Krhninry p!K,nt th iWnfnc nl 1lnrlirllU;d R.'iiiil?r Art of liiinitn if ,MiircU..l,l'W ij ii i i - "MP1 i' Jiif-Dollur Per Year in AdvanV Theft) fluid I Orqan of Hie RcHwAcdn ; . Parlv In Knox County,' j if &NNQUNGEMBINV RopubMcnn Tlckot H'rliiinr fu&xt.GnVM3i .ItVMnktllJVBM .V Ai,lj JJi.W. 5IJ Vr vt TJ.U. TJj . t' v . . sm in 1 ! i r-vs 'jjw-v'rap ji wis n i K' J : -, Egsfc- :? notflAi VL7.4n r aeaaaaKVS17H -HHOWMkr mHq'1 PiflCSiH t5r,i ii tcnUft n1 . M ULAOK. r;'-.nM .Srfsifenfr, . .iri r t i. ...,' .& arn-9- wi.r.wia j- ",, -- i .'II. BLAOK. i W. IIAMll()iNS. For Jailer, AMES BUKl.OUK. '. 1 & UANT IlAMi'TON. tfrjh& mfttiMullK. ? mi; t HitrrMit.M r ,tV Ull.AllliUUi A -. ?fr.i or vstscssnr D&ftURniAMii. , 1 V ...

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 May 1913

IV- ; l" aw1 p' . -vt if $& . f v v ; hi' " 5ft- ; " m FREE! FREE! Beautiful Cut Glass Water Sets, Pitchers, Tumblers &c. We arc giving away absolutely free to our cus tomers a fine assortment of cut glass presents. They do not cost you anything but we give them to you for trading at our store. All you have to do is to save the coupons that we give with each purchase and when you have saved the amoui t required to obtain a cer tain article, we redeem them and give you the pres ents FREE. Our godds are guaranteed to be equal to any to he found and our prices are the lowest. We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase made with us, so you cannot loose anything by trading at Cole, Hughes & Company' store. Mere Is the opportunity to get a number of nice valuable presents ABSOLUTELY FREE Call at our store and' see the beautiful presents' COLE, HUGHES (& CO. DEPARTMENT STORE RARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY II II y Vr. nnd Mrs. A. V. Hopper were in Pineville, Sunday. Thomas J. Gil...

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 May 1913

flHft K P : -, . -. IS J , ' JT ' .7 ? " :v . & V IHundredDollars in Prizes -M 4 TO BE, DISTRIBUTED BY . arc ' WT.& "jim-j.i, 9jmit .j N.N jb-y L. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Its GREAT PR I ZE VOT I NG CONTEST I : M.1, r f SPPrizewhichwillbe given by oialn Advocate g&and is to be an gant $400 fer-meyer & Sons Piano e cut shown here i; .-. I ?"iTiwriV ffGffpgffwsHC i 9H jCT" A number of the merchants of Barbourville have contributed Val uable Prizes and will give "Press" Prize Vote Coupons with $1.00 cash purchases, : : : Rules x ana Regulations Governing the Contest are Mentioned Below 1. 'ANNOUNOKMKNT. This Piano ami Popular 1-adies' Vot ing Contest will he eonducled fairly ami honestly on business principles, tiietly with .luatire ami fairness to all concerned. With the above principles it will be an assured success. 2. l'RIZES.-The capital prie Will be an Orbenncyer V Sons l'Tann. Also other valuable prizes to the amount of many dollars which are announced herewith. 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. — 16 May 1913

fi J4h mutfain JtwMk 3 Official Oran of tHe Republican Party in Knox County. Series: Vol. 3. No. 33. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDmY, MAY 16. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 ,,; we i V qNew i P ,1 P '. wnr REORGANIZATION fepubllcan Leaders Meet 'to Discuss Plans for $.m ItCIIUIJIIIlilllMK Party. Propose Changes Alonfl Pro nresslve Lines and Sttflflcst . Change in Southern Dele flation. 9000000000000000000000000c 8 WANT PROGRESSIVES IN I Chicago, Mny 12th. After j 5 the cenference ol Progressive 0 $ Republican lenders here today, 9 former Governor lludlev, of 9 5 Missouri, statril thaP'a eouli- 9 a tion of tlie Republican party a '$ and the Progressive party i S 5 not only desired, but is being 6 30Ugllt." p 9 Mr, Hndley explained that o this was being sought in the o X attempted reform of the Re- 6 9 publican pnrty so that the g o Progressives who lelt the' par- 0 5 ty last fall could .-eji in. . ft oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Assoc. 1'reMlVleijnim In l.elnnl"H Lriulrr Chicago, May 12 ...

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 May 1913

in I If -- THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUHU.Sllr'.I) fcVKKY FRIDAY AT BAKBOUIlVILLK,KKNTlTUKY Chas. D. Colk KtltTOU KutxreHl Hreiiil-Utn Mailer rVtirunrjr (M, I KM at the INMlofflm m ltarlMunllle, -'Ky., under Aft nffliiriiirt-ii of Marrli a, Wle. One Dollar ler Year in Advance The Ofllcljl Oman or the Ncpublldn , Party In Knox County. ANNOUNCEMENTS Ropuhllcnn Tlckot Prlmnry ftufttihl 2. 1013. Ife For County .IimIro, H". THOMAS O. 1IAMM0XS. Hftv' DH.W. 15- VHV.IFM. PJ '': ,' IJ' TU()Sl,'- Bjft&f, For County Attorney BBC. ' J. F- OATHdN. API ' ' For County Olork, Op!- . READ LJ. BLACK. T ForSlierill, W ' l SAM I.. I.KWLS. I S. II. 11LA0K. GEOKOE V. IIAMMONS. For .lailer. " JAM KS HIM. LOCK. ! fill A NT 11 A Ml TON. JAMES DINSMOIIE. FltAXK J. MITCHELL For Aii"?nr C. H. WILLIAMS. For Suptrintendcnt ol School. WALTER W. EAN. LCGISLATIVt TICKET liHtli l.uftltliitli Dlhlrli.t ANNOUNCEMENTS f - 4 For Slier ill 1" JAMES T. (.II.SON. , ' For Jailer. Ku ; ' J. H. ULAOKIUIUN. " b J- - For Leiili...

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 May 1913

p.ypi'fc - r a & T ,v m L FREE! FREE! Beautiful Cut Glass Water Sets, Pitchers, Tumblers &c. Wc arc giving away absolutely free to our cus tomers a fine assortment of cut glass presents. They do not cost you anything but wc give them to you for trading at our store. All you have to do is to save the coupons that wc give with each purchase and when you have saved the amout.t required to obtain a cer tain article, wc redeem them and give you the pres ents FREE. Our godds are guaranteed to be equal to any to be found and our prices are the lowest. We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase made with us, so you cannot loose anj thing by trading at Cole, Hughes & Company' store. Here is the opportunity to get a number of nice valuable presents ABSOLUTELY FREE Call at our store and see the beautiful presents' COLE, HUGHES & CO. DEPARTMENT STORE BARROURYILLE, KENTUCKY If i PGRSONftb St Orb unil nnies Miles, of Corliin, were here Sunday. Pave Hallanl, ol illinnishurg, xvn...

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 May 1913

frs t r E Prize r- Hat I .- Several HundredDollarsifi Priz "&' THE In Its GREAT PRIZE - ! TheCapital Prize which will be given by Mountain Advocate and is to be an Elegant $400 Orbermeyer & Sons Piano Like the cut shown here Rules and Regulations Governing 1. ANNOUNCEM ENT. This 1'iaiio ami Popular Lailie.s' Vot ing Contest will hi conilncted fairly anil honestly on business pnueiple!, bturtly with Justice and iairnt'ss in all coiiceriied. With the ahove principles it will he an assured su'cos. J. IMtlZES.-The capital prize will he an Orhermeyer iV Sons Piano. Also other valuable prizes to the amount of many dollars, " which are announced herewith. :$. CANDIDATES. - Ladie in this and adjoining counties are eligible to enter this contest and the party receiving the lar gest number of votes shall re ceive the fJOOObermeyenfc Sons Piano and other premiums will bti distributed in accordance with the contestant standing at the final count. Value DONATED BY COLE. HUGHES & CO. ...

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 May 1913

he an nf ni n Jttityfflfe. ;. Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knax County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 34. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, MAY 33.191.3 OW Series: Vol.8 No. 34. H .3 1LJT- aji K. .. , is .to.' Itf M, t. Xi -! ta. . F3U it lyvs " - 14 rt J 4-'- 'Kiff .W.J , Important Work Is Being Done by Kentucky Folk Lore Society. Attention of the renders ofthi paper is called to the efforts ol the recently formed Kentucky Polk-Lore Society. Thin Society is trying to collect and preserve nil kinds ol folk-lore, of which there is much in Kentucky," The Society desires the assistance of nil gooil Kentuckians, so that the imprinted songs, ley ends, customs etc., of our State, some of which are passing nway with this jjeneration, may be re corded. Many readers of this nrticle con help in the work. The school teach ers of the county are especially in a . position to get imprinted songs that children and others sing. The following are the kinds of loll; lore that the'Societyis colle...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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