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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 June 1913

V m f h-i B-r - r. -ft. -ty s MATESTJF ALL'CHECK YOOfl BABY Land Show1 at Conservation . Here Is Something New For Exposition Will Set a New Mark i WHA1 A BUSINESS MAN SAID Nothing Like Display In Thlt Depart- intent or nig naxionai cxpesmwn ,Ever Hat Been Attempted In the 'Country Before Lessons (or Farm ers. E D. Stratton, land and Industrial tftnt of the Cincinnati. New Orleani ti Texas sHcinc and tho Alabama Gleat Southern railroads, paid his first viit a few days ago to the grounds uj.on which the big National Conserva tion Exposition will be held In Knox vl.le from September 1 to November 1 of the present year. He went to Knox- vllle with a party of other railroad men. After hU visit to the grounds, sfter he saw what had been done and what was being done in preparation ' for the exposition, he expressed him btl: In this wise: 'To say that I was most favorably In-pressed would be to put It mildly. ' I had no idea that such a site for an ' exposition could be found anywhere In t...

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 July 1913

"-"i m U f Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 40. BARBOURVILLB, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, July 4. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 Ihe Mount at 3Utoofet& I ' A "' 1 :;-& r LVVy I aM5diS naWHiC&i WW! Bmp& "ON THE HONOR ROLL OF NATIONAL BANKS." Tlie First National Dank of Bar bourvillc, has been placed on the Honor Roll of National Hunks. There are less than a dozen other "Honor Koll" National Unnks in the Stale of Kentucky. Therefore Uarbourville has u distinction of having the only "HONOR ROLL" National Uank in this end of the State. The Lincoln County Na tional Dank at Stanford, Kentucky, is the" nearest "HONOR KOLL" National bank to it. This is quite n distinction for Uarbourville nnd the First National Uank. Some may ask what it is that places a na tional bank on the "HONOR ROLL?" . When the surplus profit funds of a bunk becomes tqual to its capital stock, 'the bank is then plated on r -tlie "HONOR ROLL" The First k- Nutionul Han...

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 July 1913

,i .-. . k- : -" l Mis iff" 'iHirift 'in mV i wi'm xeq. Ir : . '3 ' Bt.Jl' - - 1 , J -. i,1 -4 "."- i'Vr.' TUB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE V.'HMIIF.l r.VKHY KIUMY IT .viyunMiviu.K,KKNrr,u Citis. I). J'oi.k I'.niK'ii IJilUr'! n Mfcui.l I'l.K- Mrtltfr f'elirimi J jKll nt tlio l'.nlMc M ttorte.iurtlll.-. lWjj llilr (el idloiir.-iif Mnr.'h , H7 U !fe"y Hollar IVr Ywur in Advance- jjffj!nic (lfllrl.il Oman of lite IttpiinlliMn Parlv In Knox (ininiy. AiNNOUN nMi;NT Hopiihlir.iiu Tir.Uol. Primary Aurt.iht J, inu. For County .IiiiIk'i 'tHOMASC. MAMMONS. 1)1!. V. H. Do.IKIt. J. I!. Tltnsi'UU. S. II. KASH. l'r County Attorney .1. I UATKOX. Fr County Clerk, HBADP. 1M.ACK. I'nr ShiTill. SAM L. I.KWIrt. S. If HI.AUK. liEOUOK W. IIAMMC.NS. Knr.luiler, .U.MES IlUI.LOi'K. CtlfANT HAMPTON. JAMKS niNsMoHK. Hi A NIC .1. .MITCHELL C. H. WILLIAM.!. W.N. Kl'l'KIUJOM. F.ir Re-eltu-iion us (.'.unity Surveyor, FRANCIS M. KKKS. I'.'i Superintendent of SelionN. V.ALIIU W. KVAX-.. W. W. LAW80N. LEGISLATIVE IICIiliT e&am...

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 July 1913

hvrh &UtfU Er!' j ."' X, .J &. EffNK&SI C 0 ; Q w ir- tK 1 f "" "' ! - J 3 - J , U 7 I. . o SkS? " && s Sthi '--. - j&Vs . - k. t? rL BE r. - 'L ti- T - !" K&. I J .A w- if .- 'M f -.' ". p i" V a" "iV X't. $ ' K IW4. ' ' J) J JL: iy.-.. !& . FQRSONftb J vi WW VWV Wl WT fff WW Kev. und Mri A. C. Hutann and ton, Andrew, are spending thi week in "Sunny Tennessee." Mrs. J. Frank Ifawn and children, Lewis and Catherine; Mr. ind Mrs. V K. Barner, spent last Sunday nt Ferndnle, and while there Walter captured and brought home, two hull-grown fox's. Mrs. Carrie Dickinson received a fine box of cherries, last -Monday morning, from Dun 11. Williums, ul, North Yakima, YYushinyton. They were of unusual size, being as large us our plums. Stereopticon Lecture, on Missions Around the World, at the Christian Church, Uarbourville, Tuesday even iug July 8th, by Rev. W G Lurter, ol Middlesboro. No charge ol ad mission. Mrs. A. V. Sowurd and daughter, Nannie V., are in ...

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 July 1913

r r.-qfnrr&i & --,., j xmff imr - - GOOD WORK OF 'SUGGESTIONS BY CANNING CLUBS! STATE EDITORS COUNTRY CHILD'S DEPARTING FROM ,! DAY NOW IS HERE ., -.J, Advantages of Night Schools nr. i ,. 'V Girls and Women Taught to Siva vagetaDies. AIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT, Expertt Furnished to Give lntructlon In SeUntific Canning While Ktntucky Agricultural Department Loam Mod. rn Outfite Women Art Alto Show Ing Interett In the Work. The garden beblud each and every farmhouse produces each summer more vegetables than the family enn use. When winter comes the fanner umt his family hnve to buy canned tomatoes, peas, corn and beans nt the cross roads store. ' The Girls' Canning clubs that the , United States government H develop ( lug In nine counties In Kentucky this' summer are part of a huge movement to check this huge loss In line f"d uud money that totals millions minimi-, ly. Hesfdes the suvlng In money there Is another loliit which Is commonly. Overlooked. In canning vegetables that u...

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 July 1913

Wfry w mutbtin JUtooftie. i Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 41. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, July 11. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 Mm (Ml L tr ? i k .' !?:. h'v 43' ' lkm $L K t STATEMENT To The Tax I'ayersand Citizens of Knox County: I understand that statements arc being made to the people of Knox County that the County is largely in debt, that its moneys . have been Fqimndered and that several thousand dollars have been turned ovei ly Ex-Sheriff, Dan 11. Williams to S. II. Jones, Sheritr of Knox County. All such statements are false. I here with.Ruhmit the sworn statement of S. Il.,lono, showing the total amount turned over to him by Kx-Sheriu" Dan II. Williams, und the amount now in his hands due Knox County, together with the statement of R. I'. Black, Clerk of the Knox County Court, show ing the amount of unpaid claims against the Countv for the year 1012. These statements and affidavits areas follows: . I, S. 11 .Jones, Sher...

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 July 1913

;?. -aj- b- SESJ?!!V . . , ,5SSSBBfjE iTr to. B 6 K .' v J THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATECANPIDATES PUilMSHKD KVKhV KKIIHY AT BAKUOUIlVIU.K,KhNTl CW i ClIAS. I). Ooi.K . . . KlilTOH TT Knt'rAl M Hfeoml-CjInM Mnllir Kelirnnr. 11, IKOt lit tli lWottlw nt llnrliounllir Kjr., umlfr Art nf'ftiiiKr.-s,it Mnrrh S. I"1?' Omp DollarTer Yrar in Advance The Orilclal Orflan or the Republican Parly In Knox (ounlv. ANNOUIN BMDNTS . W Ropiihlionn Tlr.kol. Prlmm-v AiijMhI .!. IIIKI. H'cir County .ludgi', THOMAS (i. MAMMONS. Mi. .. 1)( tfll.lt. .1. 1!. TKOSI'F.U. S; II. KASII. For County Attorney .1. I'. UATUUN. For County Clerk, HEAD 1'. BLACK. . For Slieri II, SAM I.. l.hWIS. S. II. BLAOK. Foi Jailer, .IA.MKSltUM.OUK. OK A XI' HAMl'TOX. JAMES DLNSMOHF. FKANK .1. .MITClllil.L. For Assessor 0. B. WILLIAMS. V. X. KIM'KKSON. For He-Heel ion as rmiiity Sittvoyor, FKANiMS M. UKKS. For Superintendent ot School . WAIJMt W. KVAXS. W. W. LAVVSOX. For.Iutice of t lit IVare, .Magis terial District Xo. 1. DFv 'ATI It ....

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 July 1913

ri.T 'fiWlfiryf '" tfV JP V i i .w 1 V . w. -i Jt:t.-v rarr?.-' if. & at? z& u l. u v 1. " s ' K r! i'1 5f iMiHS Gladys Stratton, of Cin cinnati, Ohio, is here with home folks, thin week. W. II. Hullock tnaile a Hying trip to Urays, last Sunday, re turning flame day on the helateil train. His boat girl lives at that place. I'liis nllice has the addition of a netv broom, while the otllce towel "stands alone" keeping sentinel of bygone day a while other additions are in prospect. Dr. J. S. T.nok wait In Louisville the (1 rat. of the wuuk on liusliieHH. S. H. Dlahuinu, Jr. has returned from Ida studies I n Oaiiilirldgu, -Musi. Prof. Jas. P, Faulkner of llerea, wan In the city this week vIhIIIiik relatives. "Vatsv McDhiiIhI caught a i.Ioh strlngof bass fish Thursday, one weighing 4 1-4 llitf. Alters Slmms, who has heen In Harlan fur aointiuiu ns bnnd-inu.stur, lias returned for a visit. Dr. J. 8. Look has placed an order for a new Ford auto and same I.iih been shipped from I.oti...

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 July 1913

''v J' .r iki H ? PV. . . -i. CertiHcd List of Candidates i The following are the randi date who have (HimI their peti tions as required liy law with the County Olerk of Knox County, and who are to he voted upon at the General Primary election on August 'JiiilJiUo: hEmoouats. ForHepresentavive, .L S. Terrell. For County Clerk, W. F. Amis. For County Attorney, 1 nonius h. Nasser. For County School Supt. .1 B. Campbell, L. T. Helton. District No. '-'. For .lust ice of the Peace, IJeii (linliii'i. District No. i. For .1 notice of the i eace, lerry Taylor, 1.. K. Hmi;litui.. For Constable, Alex Walker. District No. -1. For Justice of the Peace, I.T. Mills. District No. .". Fur .lust ice ol the Peace, John !. .lone. For Constable, IJichard Hopper. .District No. it. For.ln-dice of the Peace, .1. K. .lones, Ditrict No. 7- For Just ice of the Peace, A. B. Helton. J. I' rank Law son. District No. S. For J iil ice of the Pence. A. .1. I'Viviimiii. John II. Mays. Fur Constable, Ci. ,M. Hnaut. ...

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 July 1913

1 try i .$- y I fc Mil V3 '! '. -,". -r-s rfr 1 Vi" B' . 6ft T1tf 7' VtJ. 11 'Uttf r V A I AST APPFAI To the VoTKBBorKsoxCnUJmr: You are aware of the fact that we have entered upon the last stage of this campaign for nom inations for the different offices tota voted for in the November election, 1010. This i9 the period. when men are settling their minds as to how they will vote in the coming primary election, and in the exercise of a coid and unbiased judgment it is the duty of each citizen to vote for and nominate only good citizens and clean men to compose the tickets of all parties for the coming election. Prosperity can only come to a people who riseubove party alliliation and vote for the men who are the best qualified and whose characters are clean. The board of county officers can only administer the laws made by the Legislature of the State and on this administration de pends the progress and prosperi ty of our county, and to this duty every citizen is sacredly bound. In my...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 July 1913

w !i.. v iltt: L, ' .;-' : '1 v THE MOBMTMN ADVOCATE fCUMtillKD KVF.hY Fftlllr T BAUUOUIIVILLK.KRNTI t'v'S Ciias. D. Cm.k l.llliol Enttrril m HconnJ Ohm Mlli Ki.irmri H, IW nt th 'nlnflle.. nl litinrilli rvy., under Act of tjoimn--. nt Miii-ch I is.' One Dnllar IVr Year in Ailvunct The Ortlcldl Oro-m ul the Hepiinlliun Parly In Knox (minly. ft!NNOlJNGIMI,rNIS Republican Tlr.knt JH'i' Prl.n.irs -Miii 11 .:. 1111,1. HpT TIInMASii HAMMOND. jv ni; w. 11. ixi.ii'K. jH j it jM s. u. FHSf i'or County Attorney BE l'"1 '.'kuiiI.v 'l. il, Hg". READ I . UI.AT. Bh SAM L I.ICWIS. x mmL s- " black. $f .lAMlvS MULLOCK. H'' GHAXI IIAAll'loN. K;. JA.MES DIX&MORK. '. IHp. KKAXIi J. MIIVnlii.L. ' ' WEl C 15, W1U',AM ' ,vBr w n K,i'Kis,-s- , ' HjS Fo !! I ''in i i t'.m.iiv ' ' flL' Surveyor, ,- FIJAX;i. Al. ttl.l - ,'BF I'nf SlllHTllltfll lenr it - IimiI 3 ' H U A 1. 1 1 K W L V A X . ft ,w; .iKf F .1 u-t i ot tin- l'i aie, Msgi . ML PL All li .IAtyi). S&. LEfilSLA I IVr MlrtfcT R&' e&t...

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 July 1913

i . JfeL -ZJ PPr?SriNftk "t J. U. Tuggle i in I.niiisvill f r tlir week. A new jjitl i tlie latest niMitinn to the liome of l.n Miller Mrs. William nne nnil daughter, Etliel, nre shopping in Louisville, this week. ClinrlcH 1). Cole and Wnlter K Unrnernre in Luuiswlle, on bui ness this week. Mrs. Hlizalieth Trooper, of June tiou City, is tile quest ol Mrs Kobt. W. Cole, tliis wetk Miss Mamie olinon, of l'ineville, is visitiug lier sister, Mm. Wulter It. Burner, on fine Street. Miss Katherine Colson, of Gibon Station, Va , is visiting the Misses Sevier, on College Street Mrs. D. Vincent, ol Uotcing, is the guest ol her daughter, Mrs. L.nuin K. Benjamin, this week. Miss Flora Smith 1ms returned from an extended visit to friends and i datives in Somerset Miss Gladys fctrutton returned to her home, in Cincinnati, alter it short visit to humefoll s here. Miss Dovie Higins Iclt Sunday forenoon, in order to he ready to open her district sihool Moiulu, morning. Mr. and Mrs. John A. liluck le...

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 July 1913

Rr?rn sG J- -,! '4 '& M : r rif I UP rWfa M&V ftM" ff'S'V.' J".VN1 tm WW J&i u-j , . "'.. Mmi p s i i?. .' ',. R m "l MESSIAH'S GLORY IS AT THE DOOR The Stones Announce ltie oi His Presence. Signs KINGDOM OF GREAT POWER Putor Ruatell Preaches Hi Flret Pas toral Sermon at Waehlnglon Tempi. The Message of the Hour Not the Burning of the World, but tlis Rolling Away of tin Curee and the Uplift of Humanity Will Result From tho Mee name Kinndom of a Thousand Year. Washington City, Jim. CS. Pastor Rua- soil, hitting accept ctl tliu cull of the, Washington Tempi Congregation (tin sectarian), preached hi Hist pastoral aer nion In the Tempi today He announc ed tlint lil first three sermons hero ulll le linked upon totts cut In tho stone front of our handsome I nlmi Stiitluii. The fir-it of thee sen ed li I m today: "Thou hnst put all things imdor llliu." (lVnlm 8.U.) The 3eaker said Our lent H a prophecy respecting I In Dltli liitentiun tlint etentunlly Mes siah i Kingdom shall h...

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 July 1913

.: P2' tor- tf 3 ryi. S5 &$i3SS54S5gSj$n Ballots For Fverybody Real Estate For Sale niirrrrfiriiiiiiirni J God Store Building 4 Frame Cottages in South Barbourville. 50 Lots in South Barbourville. 4 Lots on Depot Street. 4 Lots on and near Allison Avenu;. J50 Acres of Coal Land 3 miles South-west of Barbourville. Several other tracts of Farming and Mineral Land. Pricee and Term to suit purchasers. Far Information, Call on or Address T. F. FAULKNER, Barbourville, : : : : : Kentucky. CUMBERLAND GAP TO CRAB ORCHARD Help a Qood Cause Along by Boosting Boone Trail Roadway. The County Fairs are Going After The Babies. "III all undertakings, big or little, tliat are ol any consequence, it re quires more or less financing. "In view of the prospective great benefits that the National highwa) (Boone Way) from Cumberland Gap to Crab Oichanl, when built, would confer, not only upon the people along its route and adjoin itig countiee, but to large portions of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia uu...

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 July 1913

fcjmfemiim.i Jr fv$ $r ---- ; x M' , o' . ,-hle--. a&, - to. r t- n rl" ," l(tt.i i&u THE MOUHTAIMDYOCATE PCM9HK6"5hVKIcr?yRtDXY AT B AllllOU uVllLK, K KNTIT K Y Uhas. D,t (Auk- Km'iok Entered m HfCoiul-Clm. MnttiT Hflirimrr 19, 1MI nt the IVntnlllfK nt llnrliuun III'. Ky., under Act of Oonnre.i u( Mnn'li X :&- One Dollar Per Year in Advance $$, 'The. Official Ortjan or the RepuDllcan 'ParlVln Knox County. 3r ANNOUNCEMENTS Republican Tlckot Primary riiftiihL i, Hi;i. For Con nt y .Jii.Irp, " THOMAS (i. HAMMOXS. I I "I DR.JkV. It. DOZIKIt. i itJjsU. TKOSi'KU. . . -. 1 S. U. KASH. "lO iorCmnify Attorney J. F. UATKON. For County Clerk, n' BEAD!." HI.AOK. For Shcritr, SAM I.. LKWIS. S. H. BLACK. . . Afr '' For Jailor, JAMF.S BULLOCK. GBAyi'iHAMl"lON. or-.. "ft JAMES ULN'SMOKF. Iwir A CiHibdrti1 r ' " 0. II. WILLIAMS. W. N. KITF.KSoX. For Ke-eleellon . Ciinlj Surveyor, FHAN'CIS M. KEKS. For Supeiinten lent ol vSchi.olr. WAI.ll H W. hVA.N'S. . , W. W. LAWSOX. For'Jiistli'e of ...

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 July 1913

v. s '-My i.,MliHi i .. ,r.rnf''tr'l''i ir ! - ' i;"i''" "'"" ' ' ! V" "" y'"--T -V ' i'lB r '" , .- , - .... , . , , . - i mi1 '- " "''l h ' - ' " - . , wist "" '" "" k .Jim ST" . WW r ; l!. i- -4" ! r; v it! ' -.. B8f --,' iK'.-r' f-.", 4.' ' "fy. m " t-" - 1 peRSONftb J Miss Hmma Morns, ol Knoxfork, is thetffc-it ol hrrsistrr, Mrs, W K .1 -Lnv.nn I'ineStrt, ." ".w. p,rr V. Cnle wn at Elv ,C'ie'jr1gr,',f t!Ie week, the (jitest ol . " , .Mr, lind Mr. "George A, ClutU n,.r,.n Miss Pantile Ctlniy.of Atlanta, G.U LI. 'J 'Georgia, l here on n visit to r1ft' tivrs nnil friends lor n few day. firrT-f un" ', JM Myrthr'Ho.tdn, ol Flat Lick, ..v "o'V,-: ;'5n7hi!,;citv Sunday nnil Aon- .miw fdayi . , .., ,, -Judge.J. P. Stanlill tried .hi first tv- T""'cntr this week as Police-ludge, and p-vi'ov yi Tfi prb'trlise of being "il ' very satis -'' ''faory officer.' ., , " ., ., .-, .. '- Nj.M porn siriMien. ol linlinnn- .,7 ...... for u visit at the home ol Mr. and -" Mrs. John M. Tinsley. 4,-, ;...

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 July 1913

t w '$? '' Ai'" e ?" a tiJ EV -jve-. I ' tyuJti4 , -" MWRr.ifnTr rn an 1 1 J-X- r.c. -? CCL .TY CLERKS WILL-PREPARE S WILLrPR1 CicARATE-, BALLOTS F Vf 1 J iWVN VOTERS .; FOR Who B(ilreTo Participate In the Citation Anf gptjflt School Superln , UiKCrft? if the. .Prlnvary,, In Ken j' 'l ti.;hVVAiiaiftt 2nd. LeaUjton, Ky (Special.) A letter t-J teen sent out to all the couuty sinks of Kentucky by Col John K. Ai'.cn, of Lexington, attorney for the KeiUu.ry tederation of Wouien'a ,C.ut caking It the w til prepare aep r.i&tv ballot! for women bo deilre to titicipate In the election of county feSMC lebcel superintendent at the primary 0, c,ubratlulli , Amw;.,, u be to te held August 2nd. n the ault MA , ,ht, Kelltllck ,etio.IU for trcutht by Mra Waller Bullock vi. JeVm (, collllllencl.ig .September iheo Lewi,, ai county clerk of Fay- 2a am, w, be ,,,, t.Umax uf a se itte county, the Fayette circuit court ueg , v.ebratlons held In a do-en decided that all women who possessed ak), (,ef t...

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

1 ' KBB-t ''i fHHHHHHsr"w i mWr ' 7wRr ' ? r' 0he Mmndatn I JiwMe. Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. ,1 1 New 5eries: Vol. 2. No. 44. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDnY, August i, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 'i ' '! IfK 71scr " B : .f I . : Y . :-, . . ( s E W$m&W8g5W&fe3& :?s!-j vj r I Real Estate For Sale j: J Good Store Building yJji 4 Frame Cottages in South Barbourville. x 50 Lots in South Barbourville. $! 4 Lots on Depot Street. (!jl 4 Lots on and near Allison Avenue. M) 150 Acres of Coal Land 3 .J miles South-west .v of Barbourville. (l Several other tracts of Farming and Mineral I Land. ri Prices and Terms to suit $ purchasers. !)) For Information, Gall on or rtcldroes I T.F. FAULKNER, !i Barbourville, : : : : : Kentucky. $gg$8$&&SG&52X&. 8 I I I .1 I ' i I i I V 9 S Agricultural Extension JCIVIL STRIFE IN 1863 and Rural Communities Paper front T. U Hnntil, Supt. Kxtcnsinu Di vision, Kxprriment Stn tion, n( Lexington, containin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 August 1913

m, r 4 ' . T MlMMHta if r t$ &, ' ,,;-. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE MTBi.tSIIKD KVKhV KH1IUT at laAKBOUKVU.LK.KKNTt'CkY, Ciias. 0. Colk Kdikih Klitertd its Hreoinl-OlAss Mnller Kolinmrr J4. IWl nt the IVtitotlle lit HitlMiiirHil Kjr uiiilor Act if OonfMS if Mittvli 1, K" v' ' " One Dollar 1'er War in Advance The onicl.il (IrJK ol the ItepuMlrdU Parly hi rimtx ounty. AINNOUNObMliNTS Ropuhlicnn Tlc.kot Prl n.ii'v iitHHi j, iui;i. For County .Ititlgo, T.KIM AS (!. MAMMONS. OK. W. H. DO'JKU. ,1. It. TUOSl'KIJ. S. II. KASIl. Tor County Attorney J. K. UATItON. For County (Merk, READ P. BLACK. KorSheiiir, SAM L I.KWI.S. S. H. BLACK. For .luiler, JAMES BULLOCK. OHAXr HAMPTON. FHANK .1. -MITCI1KLL. For Assessor 0. B. WILLIAMS. W. N. Kl'I'F.USOX. For He-elMci inn us '.unity Surveyor, FHANCIS At. It MS. For.Supe-r.nten lent o .sVn I . W A I.I I K Y. EVANS. W. W. LAWSON. For Justice nl" t he Peace, .Magis terial District No. 1. 1)E :ATl'H JACKSON. LEGISLATIVE TICKET Chill l,clltlvo District JAMES...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 August 1913

I tUjk'fS - -. - 3 I &v U .. ss al-. bh- ? .v n &1 ?; Ci VOB r J2F 1 PGRSONftb I'rof. Simms, thr Hnrlnn Omit, was in town Inst week Mis Mnyme Johnnon.of 1'inevlllc, is visiting relative in thin city. Mrs Dr. Croley, of Willinnnlwrn, is visiting her brother, J. R. Jones, on Main Street, this week. John I.. Powers, of Kirningtoii, l'n,, is spending a few days here with his sister, Mrs. V. II. (Jreen. Miss Lillian Iillison, of Williams burg, is a guest at the home nl Mr, nticl Mrs. I; T. linghtnd, in thi city. Miss Mae Chrst, ol Warren, 0 , is the charming guest (.f Miss Gail Frazier, in this city the present week. Misses Mary and Adu Steele, ot Junction City, are visiting friends and relatives in this city, the pres ent week. Mrs. V. M, Johnson, of Knox ville, Tenn., is spending n few days in this city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs W. R. Hnrner. Miss Mabel Matthewf, of thi city, is attending u houe party, at the home of Miss Myrtle Hoston, ai Flat Liik, this week. Miss Louise less...

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