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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 May 1913

& 4 di s$ fciXTAiK Locate ' i NHMUt KVKKT FMBVT AT IAR6u&VILtE,"fcKNTU0KY rCvAi. D. OaLk '.. Kditok r Bitered MeelOIu Uatttr Ftbrurj 'Br.. ferAftaf fWmrtto( UereU S.l. . 1H4 itoSce t Btrbourvlllt, Oi Dollar Per, Year in Advance The OrHcUl OfR T Ihe Rcaufrttran fWT . io.wniT gft ..'.. ArMINOUNGEMBNTS Republican Ticket "primary Au(ut 2, 1913. For County Judge, Ithomas Q.. MAMMONS. ; DR. W. B. DOZIEH. , J. B. TK08lJER. L - - i For County Attorney J. F.TCAOltON. . ? For County Clerk, ' READ P. BLACK. ' For Sheriff, , SAM L. LEWIS. , S. H. BLACK, . " GEORGE W. HAMMOSS. For Jailer, JAES BULLOCK. GRANT HAMPTON. JAMES DINSMORE. . FRANK J. MITCHELL. W. N. EPPERSON. - . Fnr Abfiasnr fetjj B. WILLIAMS. ttriutenchyit of Schools, ALTr W. EVANS. itfitSLATtVC TICKET ti LlUll District &M JAMES U-.gROLEY'. ' R. N. BALDWIN. ANNOUNCEMENT fc Comparative Digestibility of Food Nftfc wilk ittkrcit Bikin Powders Frt4 &ri fEUbrte Chemical Testi: An tqual quantity of bread (biscuit) wai made ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 May 1913

hV r ky ' Iftf"'- WV Wfl m ft z Kf. STi- '. &. ,, ' W IW-r- , y rnmnilnr. ftt1t.tt Wdl VlttitlflCP friends here tliia wnk. J.M. Robsion aud Robt. W. Cole were In Corbin on business Thurs day. Mrs. V. D. paullne, of Pineville, wns visiting relatives in this city Thursday. Two new automobiles arrived in this city this week, the properties of Dr. Leslie I.op.nn W. H. McDon r f ' i r -'---' - - jaijMlMiiWMaAtiMait ald. V V. S. Edwards, wife and baby, left here Thursday morning for Col lege Hill, where they will spend sev eral days visiting his parents. 1 Judge and -Mrs. J. M. Robsion, who were in Dayton, Ohio, for sev eral days during the past two weeks returned home Inst Friday. Tile Union College ball team went to Williamsburg Wednesday and were defeated by the team in that city by a score of 11 to 5. Chester Kiley, who ha? been at Jenkins for some time pnst as book keeper for the Consolidated Coal Co.. has returned home for a short visit to his parents Misses Maymie and Lafla loj...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 May 1913

PI VX' m- &. i.. . r ift I J- -,, a : i . " '"."'.Tr ' - , '-", " " ' - -- - - Kyi "-s '"- . 'r ' i '-"4h WE f 'V? In ItsCiREUT PRIZE TheCapitalPrizewhichwinbe j , given by Mountain Advocate and is to be an Elegant $AQO Orbermeyer & Sons Piano Like the cut shown here Rules and Regulations Governing 1. ANNOUNCEMENT. -This Piano and Popular Ladies' Vot ing Contest will be conducted fairly anil honestly mi business principles, stiictly with Justice and fairness to all" concerned. With the above principles it will be an ai?ured success. 2. .IMilJS. The capital prize will he an Ofhermeyer it 3ons Piano. Also other valuable prizes to the amount of many dollars, which are announced herewith. t a. CANDIDATES. -Ladies in this und adjoining counties are eligible to enter this contest and the party receiving, the lar gest number of votes shall re ceive the .flOflObermeyent Sons Piano and other premiums will be distributed in accordance with the contestants standing at the final count. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 May 1913

's, " - 'mmm THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE FRIDATWer I1 '. IHWfjf ''""SfSr r' .' v BV t.,1Trf. t f ' ?"" W J1CBCJ5 P. J - C1j5?J,- n IN THE HEART OF Tim THEATRE, siiorriNfi AND OFFICE DISTRICT " mrB UJi ., J?ft ABSOLUrtLY ' dJUMgrTTM? J' FIREPROOF I Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modem Ilolel Here In (lie newest nml mot Iienutlful Hotel In Lonlivllle, you'll find eery comfort, convenience nml safety. It sets 3 new standard, not only in point nf service, but unlike otlief first cla Hotel -tic cltarces for r.lcgantly 1 tinmlied Rooms ate exceptionally law and so ore tlio priced for our excellent Restaurant nervier Firsid.y Vitriilil.ixl ItnntM wltti ll nnil eoMtunnlnif water and private 1.01) toilet, Kf day v- Fleeantly Fnnilhl ISMin- with SI .50 private ftath,iri1y ?." $2.00, $2.50 ami $3.00 I.ifRe Simple llnomf wllli S2.50 l'rl vale Until. I r l . V UfmuM Muih. li ilie rint Otcliettr.i in tlie City 15, m i .1 u li. "lit 1" inufc- wln-ii-'TiT pmlMi'. CFO. SCIIKNCK, AM't Mer. O ROMT....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 May 1913

S - IKl SUT 'Ja-ZL Nm". NJ- ! r w"" J V MMft 5 r ;i(4(J' KWBSW-i- isr . vS&fcii Copyright, lit:, by Punamii.Piiclflo Intttnallonul Kipotltlon. Ifr COKING toward the bills of Marin county through tho entrance of the i-j great Court of Sun and Stars upon the harbor In tho center la Been a lycolotenl column vthose Bplral represents man's climb towards famo. At the ssumnilt of the column the hugo symbolical figure Is designed to convoy tho spirit of success whose tides will bo adorned with iral decorations and screened by glasslc colonnades. Hugo pools of falcr will reflect the outlines of tho lofty bulldlnss. Tho wnlkwnys will lid In pavements of Kold Great KlianliS of llowera and potted pnlms T4"vflll lend color and Imagery to the vlita. If this visitor passes to tho east or Festive Court ho will behold a vision surpassing the richest dreams of tho Qriqnt. The Festive Court Is dedicat ed to music, dancing and acting; It Is designed for pageantry surpassing tho luxurious Durbnr and...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 May 1913

ttmftle. " -i i f ft, --' m '" Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. &Pfc rles: Vol. 2. No. 35. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, A1AY 30, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 '.' 'TO, 0he Jfeititibitti C9A ! S? PaJ lV JU EL R ' v"Tr ' - 4l.jJJ BE YE NOT ?WPV ' t5jjHeoiTfltencv, Thou nrt o fvcll iTtrA litthlniore thnn ix I1H)l1llli k'f ,-WjSfiyJaskfuy ' Aonest voter to allow themselves to he sold for the f " If titUificAmn of the persnnnf nmliitinn of a few office seekers were the I?iW'that ere loudest in proclaiming the Republican rnscnW for trvinir f I . " underhand methods to secure the election of their candidate. '; ' The 'Incngo reinvention was - setup nrt the failure of a certain piesideutml candidate to secure the noininntir . "No compromise" was their slcian when it was suggested that the Uo factions of the Republican party get together mid nomin ate some, an agreeable tn nil mrinlirrs (if the party and unite in sup t porting thh man and tints defeat lire Democr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 May 1913

A V - t s ' 1L '. rrji hl j SfrtfSGl 3?f "THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE .2 rUHLISIIM) rVKhY VKIIHA AT BAItUOUKVlLLK.KKiNTlVKY KniniK ClUS. I). ('(ILK Kntfre.l m Hfennil-Clnn Mntirr Krlirimry ), Hoi t the I'.ntortUr nt llrtilxurIJIr Kjr UH.Icr rl of I'mifmi of March liTV One Dollar I'er Year in Ailvancp The Olllclal Orn of the WcpuMlain I'drlv in Knox Courtly. ANNOUNCEMENTS Republican Ticket Prlmnr- AuftiiHl i, 1013. fer For County .IimIri1, THOMAS (J. UAMMoXS. DK.W. B. DO.IKR. J. 15. TltOrfl'Iili. For County Attorney J. F. OATIION. For County Cleik, READ P. UI.ACK. For Slierillt SAM L. I.hWIS. S. II. BLACK. GEUKGE W. IIAMMINS. For .Jailer, JAMES BULLOCK. GRANT HAMI"lON JAMES DlNstMOKF. FRANK J. MITCHELL I'or Apsnr .jbJ.TiB.-U'ILrJAMS. V. X. ElM'hKSUN. For Re-elect inn as County Surveyni, FRANCIS M. KhhS. Foi Superintendent ot SrliooN. WAI.TIK . KVAN. LEGISLATIVE TICKET Cth l.uftUlntKn DlslrU t JAMES m ClU )LE. R. N. BALDWLS. rNNOU(NCDM CISTS ProgrttbbKu TU kiit For Sheriff JAMES T. GIBSON. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 May 1913

;.. 3 AJW. r.m w fte. i ' OjlLaC fcl.C. ? i esti. i frf- 5V:. ,- " vwr .,:i tjyf-f- ur 1 fa. Ism a. sf .- - AAjUAA4il IsV re?tsNftb 1 !!'Clti'KKK W. M. Mitchell nnd son are here from Paint Lick, this week. J. J. qiiennut, merchant at Mink, was here Monday, on business, Several ex-atutlents of U. C. are in attendance this week for. the com fflencement exercises. ,Iolni Rector Sevier, who is making hishone in Corbin, spent Sunday and.Mnday in this city, Mrs. Henry L. Pitman, of Pine Tille, jas the gifest ol V. R Darner and s'ife, Thursday in this city. Mis Sallie Jenkins, of Fellfco, f enn, is the charming guest of the Misse Sevier, in this city this week. Mri Robert Caudill is spending a few days visiting her parents, Mr. ud Mrs. P. R. Uarner, in this city. Guy j. Dickenson returned from Lexing on Thursday afternoon, where ,s has been attending Slate Uni realty. Mrs. Jas. R. Sawyers and dnugli' ml dnugii' utg. Flj er, urace, oi at. retersouig. riin are here to spend the Summer with 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. — 30 May 1913

U. m.JW'jyi.1" IJOL- - rJ . Ayk fcP Several HundredDollarsin'Prizes " TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY til'- -vfl -..tf '? . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE In Its GREAT PR I ZE VOT I NG CONTEST Wf I s TheCapital Prize which will be given by Mountain Advocate and is to be an Elegant $400 aOfiber-mieyer SrSons"! " Piano Like the cut shown here -$r A number ol the merchants of - Barbourvillc havecontributedal w& aa-'uaBIc'Pnzcs ana will give "Press" Prize Vote Coupons with $1.00 -cash purchases. ' 5 : : T; "i Rules and Regulations Governing the Contest are Mentioned Below 1. ANNOUNCKMKN i'. --This Piano and Popular Ladies' Vot ing Contest be conducted fairly anil honestly on business principles, stuctlv with Justice and fairness to all concerned. With the above principles it will be an assuied success. 2. PRIZES. The capital prize will be an Orbermeyer fc Suns Piano. Also other valuable prizes to the amount of many dollars, which are announced herewith. 3. CANDIDATES. - Ladies in this and adjoining cou...

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 June 1913

l1-;,' J H Official Oran of the Republican Party In Knox County. Ncv Series: Vol. 3. Nq. 36. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, June 0, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 fountain BaHoMtt mi W t P .v &t ! Bi-u M f TL V SHOCKING ACCIDENT ?. Mrs. Gill CoUon Killed Miss Cora Sevier Seriously Injured in Runaway Accident Near Gibson Sta., Virginia. l The new of a very shocking nc ,ri culent reached this city Inte Sntur- uay night of the death of Mrs. Gill Colson, of Gibson Station, Virginia, and of the very serious iniury of Miss Cora Sevier, of this city. Miss Sevier, who is a niece of Mrs Colson, was visiting her mint and they had heen out driving and while on the return trip t lie horse which was a very high spirited one took fright and ran nway, throwing fa 4otliTtne"nccupaitU oLthe buggy out mhii tti .i"irii llllll3f III stantly and inflicting such wounds upon Miss Sevier that it wns feared for n time that she too could not survive, hut at this time she is re ported to be on (he road t...

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 June 1913

r-3 . HiMHiMMMM I r E3 FTHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i i . I'l'HMSIIKll fcVKKY VHtllAY Vf fc UAUltt)UUVlM.K,KKNTH!KY (JllAS. 1). Ooi.K Kihtok llrlt'rril n Heiind.Glni Mittler Kflirunrjr IK, Iwil nt tha IVntnlTlrit nl llnrlxiiirt tile, Kyt, under Act f UiinvrKsi of Mnrcli 3, li7 I rfnttrih.r.CtfcLwT..-,fcty '-' ' ''"inalaasi ttinttdWBtiMrtW RIGHT HERE IS YOUR CHANCE To Buy That Typewriter! RESSXklH One Dollar I'or Year in Advance The Oflkl.il Orqjn or the Hcpurlk;in i I'jrlv In Knox County ANNOUNCEMENTS! Republican TIckoL Prlmnry Aii.iihI J, 1013. . For County .lulls'", TlfOMAS (J. IIAM.MOXS. 1)11. W. B. DO.1KK. J. Ill THOSI'KU. For County Attorney .1. F. OATHON. For County Clork, HEAD P. BLACK. IForSlicriir, SAM I.. LEWIS. S. II. BLACK. GEORGE W. IIAMMC.NS. Fur Jailer, JAMES BULLOCK. . GRANT HAMPTON. JAMES DINSMOHF. FRANK J. MITCH LLL For Ar-SOsfsnr " ' "0 B. WILLIAMS. V. N. EPPKRSO.V. For Re-election as County Surveyor, FRANCIS M. REES. For Superinten lent of Sclin!-. A I. II It W. EVANS....

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 June 1913

T . V'f' Jl ?. i i 3 tf .1 ' .' ' V &?'- f ; If ;-i .. If -: 11 r -- - Hi . r -far ' . hffikVHr r 4 ROYAL Baking Powder is the greatest of modern time helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. J -PeRSONftb 1 Robert Trosper was visiting home Iks at Trosper, Saturday and Sun- da y- J. M. Robsion is in Williamsburg tiiis week, in an important law suit '" 'Wliitlev Circu't Court. iMiss Ida Cole was in Pineyille the. luttcr part of last week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Matthews. Alex. Mayhew left lor Welch, W. Va., this week, where he will prob ably work for Agee Grocery Co. - Wilbur R. Edwards returned Tues day from College Hill, where he had been on a visit to his parents J. C. Lay, of Corbin, candidate for Representative, was in this city .Monday in the interest of his can didacy., Mrs. W. R. Lay and daughters, Pauline and Catharine, are spend i...

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 June 1913

mumf mshe ft r He K flfe - ' Prize 1Mb'., i Era Hv Hat Hft -i" "- mum Several HundredDollarsin Prized TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY ' j THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE In Its GREAT PR I ZE VOT I NG CONTEST s . .ti -.? t TheCapilal Prize which will be given by Mountain Advocate and is to be an Elegant $400 Orbermeyer & Sons Piano Like the cut. shown here I A number of the merchants of Barbourville have contributed Val uable Prises and will give "FresS Prize Vote Coupons with $J00 cash purchases : : Rules and Regulations Governing the Contest are Mentioned Below 1 . ANNOUNCKM EN l This Piano and l'opulur Ladies' Vot ing Contest will I"' conducted fairly ami lionestly mi business principles tnctly wilh .lint ice ami tainuss to all concerned. With the above principles it will be an assured success. 2. I'KIZKS.-The capital piize will be an Orbeuueyer k Sons I'lano. Also other valuable prizes to the amount of many dollars, which aie announced herewith. 3. CANDI DATES. - Ladies in this and adjoining coun...

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 June 1913

r "' jfn&b mmtafor "tpv'1 b vi pi "ta Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. " ' ' i ..it. 3 T-rxtmW-tji. tMcj Ney ft Series: Vol. 3. No. 37. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, June 13. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No nm flnhitfifi Pit W? JMr& &tb R,J7 HcWfoUkfiBv M HP . J WA- -1 S aSBT 't"' Mi- . ' .ft. $l V v r m At Suicide at Plneville, Hoone Logan, Jr., of Fine villc, coin iiiitteri suicide rit tlint place Sunday nftcrnoon by taking strychnine. It is reported tlint lie went behind tlie counter in one of the drug stores nnd swallowed the poison nnd then drawing a pistol defied anyone to conic nenr him until it hnd time to take effect. He soon fell unconscious and lived until nliout ten o'clock that night. A telegram wns recrived by Assist nnt Miie Inspector Perry V. Cole, of tlfiscity, that evening asking him to send his oxtgen pulmoter, with thr hope of administering artificial respiration hut he did not regain consciousness after taking the poi son.. 'He wns ...

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 June 1913

&ft RWn .' . Wv .'; crf r.v ,ft i BiriiiniTifiiiiw'm riiMiHiWMi'iMfcaniJfci IflMMiH rjf..;; ii.VWitujjMimiii . il i !! hiiiiijM IKTAtH AtftOtiATE ,..i . i ! KVKhY KRIIMV .T liHHV!l.liK.KBNTl?ClvY f, OotK -j . . KllllOK I ai Homl-Otais Miltlr Kehnuirj t Ida riwtnlflcx nl Uarliounlllo .AMotColiirrricior MnrrliS, l-W Per Year in Advance f Organ of Ihe Republican tarlv In Knox County. ANNOUNCEMENTS CHAT OVERHEARD AT LOCAL STORE Two Mm Discuss the Present Schoolbook Law, BOTH AGREE IT IS UNJUST. 41. Ropuhllcnn TiokoL jptlm.iry -August 2, 11M.1. fci.t . ... I. ..I.... .! I "J IvOUIUJ .MIllC, ifrMASt.. IIA.M.MONS. Blv v ir. w. ii. uo.iku. ,J. It. TIIOSI'KU. a ?Fnr County Atinrncy J. F.- CATKON. . Jb'nr County Oli-rl;, VHEA.l) I'. ULAl'K. 'IFiirShiTill. b&AM-L. I.KWIS. pT"S.liilivGlv. JEOUGICW. IIAMMLWS. Km- Jailor, JA.MKS lit! I.I.I it'll. v(illANI' HAMPTON. .JAMES DIXSMOIM-'. !i,V EHANK .1. MlTtMIKLl.. For Ase.-ior :-M. Ii. WILLIAMS. ;iYV. 2?. Kl'PtiliSOX. ; is. ( .trTte-i'li'clio...

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 June 1913

Si ." v- f'T. i . ' f . . . Htfpum U pF-'-- - w . L Bfl! life jy T8rLt - is s awmwmwwlawmwlHwiB5itTOfw jpWHF;-. T aalMaStHslaaaa t PriV. Baking . . I Cr lAviiijv9 M. m tt-sesa Absolutely Puke The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Makes delicious home-baked foods of maximum quality af minimum cost. Makes home baking pleasant and profitable peRSONftb $ Ex-Congressman V. Godfrey Hunter was in ourcity last Monday on business. David Ballard, of Williamsburg, spent a feW hours with his mother, in this city. V. M. Young, of Knoxville, Tenn., was in the city this week calling on the merchants. Chas. Chandler, manager of the Cnmp Ground Telephone Co,, was here on business Monday. Joe Campbell, ol Indian Creek, who has been in School at Lexing ton, returned home Friday. Miss Lillie Williams, of Lebanon, is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tye, this city. Several of the young lolks, of this city, attended the dance at Pineville lust and report a swell time...

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 June 1913

MM A t.4-.. rtL J nMiii TiriiH -" " -' -''-- :eral Hundr edDollaffs in Piriz; .'HV rr .v "-s i , &..... " ,rri to be: distributed by ' f ..0 ISA mWjNtl . 4SC ? W-VJ I t; I? ' itv '5ftM lii ml I -i . I in ', THF !' MOUNTAIN RDVOfHTE fi ? -t"t'lt-fvjiiiit In Its GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST - EtPrize which will be rv :"f w." .. I;1 r given by Ibuntain Advocate ;c rC 1 rv ; t - F" ' & iP and is to be an Elegant $400 i Orbermeyer & Sons TTi.. Piano Like the cut shown here lEITOjpJESSa- ill H : ' inn. ',- --! . W. . A number of the! merchants of Barbourvile halve ' contributed Val uable Prizes and will give "Press" Prize Vote Coupons with $J00 cash purchases, : . i . ... ... i. . ,. ' ' ' , I . , .1 "' . ':. ' .. a- . , . . - t . I . I. I I- ' .1 t ,l, t i , Ruls and Regulations Governing the Contest are Mentioned Below & . Jr- it,-. rif ASNOl'Nt'KMKNT. Thi pfaiio and I'opiilar l.tnlit.-' Vot ing Contest will ! r.ni'ltu'le'il fairly ttiul honestly ' ImsinesF. prinoiplcM, 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. — 27 June 1913

wmm' nai . wfwyw w 'ttsf'-1 IW"' ' .,- .i onnbin ttrofate "1 i k Officiul Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. k'.- Vv? " New Series: Vol. 2. No. 39. BARBOURVILLH, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, June 27, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No;, ' STATEMENT PRIMARY LAW NOT VERY CLCAR COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY'S CALL FOR REPORT me if B '! f a7. i S..5 j-" ' V ik ' &'. " .1 VPt ' ?& ft To The Tax Payers anil Citizens of Knox County: I understand that statements are being made to the people of Knox County that the County is latgely in debt, that, its moneys have been squandered and that several thousand dollars have been turned ovei by Kx-Slieriff. Dan I. Williams to S. 11. Jones, Sheriff of Knox County. All hiioIi statements arc false. I here with submit the nworn statement of S. II. Jones, showing the total amount turned over to him by Kx-Sherill', Dan II. Williams, and the amount now in his hands due Knox Cotnty, together wjtli the statement of It. P. Black, Clerk of the Knox County Court,...

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 June 1913

1 M j .. M THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE pi'iii.isliKD h'lin rminv T BAIUK)lMlVILLL,uKN.TVUY j Uiias. I); Coi.k . . . hnnnii Untfivil m hp(ii l rm Mnilfi Kti.t t U, I0.it nl llit I'.t.l.mi..' 111 IkirUMh'Mli. Ky., umlrr ct of i'tnim til Marrh W. . m j 0ne Dollar IVr Your in Advanci' The (lftirl.il Organ ot the ltt-uiilirn Pjrlv In Knox (0111117. ANJNOUNnNlfiNr S Ropuhlican Tinkot Prlinnr .iift.i.t J, 191.1., For County Judge, TiluMAS (J ll..MM4sf. DU. V. H. IloZIEIJ.v J II. IHOSIMtl!. S. U. KASH. For County Attorney J. V. CA I'Ud.N. Fur County I'li-tk, HEAU P. HI.ACK. Fur ShiMiir, SA.M I.. I.LWIS. S. II. BLACK. GEO HUE U UA.M.MCiNS. For .IuiUm, JAMES MULLOCK. GUAM HAUI'ION. JAMES DINSMOHE. FHA.S'U J. .MIIVIILLL Fin Ah -iir C. M. W I I.I.I AM . W.N. EIM'EUmON'. For Hfi'lt'clion ,i- I'.uintj Siuvi'ynr, HA.i'Ls .M. UEES. !! SSllJHTltltClialflit III hrlliMil MAIM . LVAN . W. W. LA'M. LEGISLAIIVI: IIUiET Cblh I nglnlnllvu District JA.VES CKul.K. . H X. IJAI.DW IX. J. CLAY rlMNOUNfir.MENTS Profir...

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 June 1913

mm I '' ; K- M&y m S ' ft - 1 FGRSONftb fi Mrs Perry V. Cole and daughter, Miss Ollie, were visiting iu London, the latter part of last and the first ol this week. Several "hugs" attended the base ball game at Middlesboro, last Sun day and returned mi the "shun dou," Sunday evening. An Icecream supper win given on the lot next to the Star theater Thursday evening, in which a nice tutu ol money was realized. Miss Bess Sawyers lelt the latter part of last week lor Liberty, where she will spend several week, visit iug her sister, Mrs. esse llerron. Mrs. Jesse llerron, who has lieen visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs U. 12. Sawyers, in this city, return ed the latter part ol last week to her home at Liberty. Miss Maggie Oakley, who has been spending several weeks visiting friends and rehiliyes in this city, re turned to her home in London, x Wednesday afternoon. Mrs C. A. Stanford, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Gail Fruzier, left this city Wednesday night I'm Wurren, Ohio, where ...

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