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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 August 1913

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 August 1913

fygywj 'wi- 'tT. ,n It Official .Or (Jan of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 45. BARBOURVILLH, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, August 8. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No, 34 CTyr,w phe JlMtttllltt BmmMte. s. t IW I '.1 ,. i ; V li' V? 0 Mk . ' ll''2:'u'; '"' inriYinrarr 11 I Real Estate for Snip, I ., w- ,-w- ,-. I If 1 I I IV I ill V f .: CI !($ 1 i. IMWItiiHilUi 1 Good Store Building: 4 Frame Cottages In South Barbourville. 50 Lots in South Barbourville. 4 Lots on Depot Street. 4 Lots on and near Allison Avenue. J50 Acres of Coal Land 3 J miles South-west of Barbourville. Several other tracts of Farming and Mineral Land. Prices and Terms to suit purchasers. For information, Gall on or Address T. F. FAULKNER, Barbourville, : : : : : Kentucky. ETi SOiISOJ &&&2'ZX$&2r3'$ OCKIii'i.V23: i-j&p -i DELAYED I changes ordered I i 1 s 0 1 iV"- II REPUBLICANS STRONG Poll Heavy Vote in County Leaving Bull Moosers and Democrats Far in The Rear. The Republican; are ba...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 August 1913

"WW h3sam WWi r e. & $ mf 5sS i -y...y ft- r &?":- mil V s" l 3vISr f H'r Si' fc :x h if v &r THE MUUHTMN ADVOCATE PUHI,ljtiri) FVKhV r'HIIUY T BAUiniUUVII.Lh.KhNTl'i'ft !v Oms. I). Coi.K I'.ui urn fmr.-l "tv m I l'm Miilter ril.umit ' K WW m ihr I'mI.hII i- id lloiiiniirilUi ' Kj , lllllUT CI 0('..IIH'. - Hi Mil ll I. I"' Que I Hmi I'ci i!ii in Alxanie The OIIKUI oiduii ot tin- rtiiiinlU.il i '"'V m inn" oiiiv. - miP " " - ' I sjic unm a unnue ncccD.Wn1 HIS HAND A VOTIVE OFFERING . ., Atpf iliirt rvimnla at Rllntoua fVinatsL IV- cltm That Took No Hssd of v ' Bodily Suffering. Aa an example of the triumph ot ,,nml tlghtcrt t)gier. tif(ltt tighter. ,, ,, mtere,t af r ee,lt( rehgious .ty ow bodHy torment ,lpiHlcn.t. p,op. Sto,,, for my ' the irt.lWr t(1 glvt l011l, w .,,. Uwodd be hard to bt the follow. , pI W. j m-c Wn I sl,.lHfHfer ,he ,., or log story: ninrrie.1 four clavo and if vou com-1' ,, , In the central provnue. of India ,mt 1ICIt,P rig,t wav like this the thM ll...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 August 1913

9 i y f wr-f. Jt- Jiii. T .-? ..Mii Br- ii. ;- -- '. ii, "..' ii"' , '. ' mS m''v .;, r V IS, Ay. R- if - (rv IV . ' .i' V .VtBB "'' - ! ' T, J.t.v . .ICllTf s iv iw - im .Mrt . &&. ;- ZiWSfmaw. . .. if m i i-l iTiT fi TliTTri -Hniii 1 peKSONftb I Mm. lame Golden in on the tick list thig week, Chaile G. Mack made a business trip tn Harlan this wrek. V. F. Parker and W. H. Green are in Louisville this week on business. Mrs Margaret.Culton Sparrow, of Corbin, wait a week end visitor of Mrs. A, V. Hopper. Miss Ida Cole lef Thursday night for Vnnceburg, where she will visit friends for three or four weeks. Miss Emma Morris, came in on Wednesday, and is the guest of her sister, Mrs K Lay, on Fine St. K. F. Davis' neice, Mrs. utms Harp, of Brawley,( alifornia, is here and contemplate locating at Mid dlesboro. Mrs. Sallic Tuggle was here first of week, the guest of her daughter, Miss Blanche Tuggle, and friends ' around town. Mr. und Mrs. R. Y. Cole enter tained at dinner, Wednesda...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 August 1913

"M v V ' "h w- sfc. CIVIL WAR NEWS " President Davis Inclined tOO AlUCh to Fasting and Prayer to Suit Some of his Subjects Fro n tlie HU'hmuiM Rtaiiiliier. Uv Is, it! The President proclaimed last Fri day to lie a duv of nliiciitl praver and religious ceremonvi and it wn .so observed. Hie department were closed, and the necessary work til thl j tning period was brought to a Stan l-lill lir t went v-fiuir hour" Never has nnv one e.ir een so 'many of thue affair. in hoped that the Litest it the '.at. I'tie conn' 'try has had quite enough of them Religion is the sentiment of iudivi dii'Us not a matter of militur order or formal injunction; and though it is well that a govern meat should pay proper respect to tbe religious ceremony, that has been June and overdone In tl.e Con federacy, In truth, these devotional pro clamations of Mr D-tvi have lost all good effect Irani their lepetiliou are regarded In the people a either cant or evidence of mental weal, ness, and have become the topic ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 August 1913

WJ rk ' j & 'r-ff h mmtoin 'j- . ,-Aa r . ' i i V' V -tl V ,f v Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, August i5, 1913 New Series: Vol, 3. No. 46. Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 we pi. 1 3& .H.", ,v Kte. ; -TH' : . &jw&-.v, ; ;. . . OFFICIAL VOTE Following is the vote received by each of the candidates for office at the Primnry election, Satur day, August 2nd, 191. 'J. REPUBLICAN to I a ?a f Z '. n S - E c a- 8 I 5 L $ Z d ?. S . j. -. v iuts rrrr! tttt. t. tt. r.'.'.. . ... l.. . .. K. N. Hnldwin .360 ' J. M. Croley 432 , Thos. G. f (amnions 1040 Dr. W. B. Dozier 750 , . ,;' J. B. Trosper ' 529 S. H. Kash 174 " ' Rend P. Black 1871 f ..:'. .' N J.F.Catron .' 1434 -.."...; .- , I. a Mam 425 ..J. jas. M. Carnes -. 831 , ;.. ',',, S. L. Lewis 978 ; ' Alexander Sevier ' 87. .. S. H. Black 613 ' " Frank J. Mitchell ', . 789 . . .' '.'. ,',.." lames Bullock 56 Leonard Woolum 90 , Peter Uraughtnn 139 ., ... ...... ...... ...... Ju...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 August 1913

' , 'tS ', tfr la's .!. ".IS J . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rUHMSllKD KVKKY VRIHAY AT BAlUttWItWLI.K.KKNTUUKY Cms. I). Com ... Editor Entered in Heeond Utnst Matter rVtirunry 11, lull nl the l'.Mlim' nt IlnrliourTlUe. 1y under Aft of Ooiireuf March X One Dollar Per Your in Advance The orticlrfl Orflrfn or the tttpubllcan Parlv In Knox County. Republican Ticket C& For Representave J. C. LAV. For County Judge THOS. (I. HAMMOXS For Con n tr Cleik HEAD T. BLACK For Count v Attorney J. FRED CATKOX For Slieriil" SAM L. LEWIS For Stipeiinteiideiit School: V. V. EVANS For Jailer FRANK J. .MITCHELL For Assessor 0. B. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS .M. BEES lor Coroner J. 1. IHiZIEH. FIRST CAVALRY MOUNTED BAND U. S. Bandmaster Berliner and His Crack Musicians Engaged Band of Thirty-Six Matter Musician in Gorgeous Military Spectacle Most Surprising Feature Evir St cured for tne Kentucky State Fair. Rudolph Berliner and his mounted First Cavalry Band has been secured by Secretary J L. Dent as att...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 August 1913

mm -v I k 1 ' f. v! , t 0' - & 3K' ' mm 'ny .' w. t tf-ftmii tm! - A.. C. M. l'oweJn, of ArttmuH, wan here first of the week on huin. Mig Mne Hurrop, of Covington, is here, the gucit ' Kev nn'1 Mr"' T. II. Strntton. Waller Horner moveil this week from J'ine Street, to the property ol Judge If. I). Sampson. l'rof. . T. Howard nnd fomil) are moving into the lohnson house, on Pine Street, tilt week. Mis Stelln Brjnnt, of Corliin, is liere this week, the guest ol Mrs. A. V. Sowunls, fine Street, Mrs. V. C. Hluck and children left Inst Saturday, lor a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Pineville. Miss Aline Matthews returned from Knoxville, last Sunday, where she had been the guest ol her sister nnd other friends. Miss Hlina Fault-tier left the first of the week for Chatnqun, New York, where she will spend several dnys visiting friends. Miss Myrtle Coie relumed the lat ter part of lost week, from an ex tended visit to Nicholasville and o'ther points in Central Kentucky. 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. — 15 August 1913

TF km m-W0lm- imr,ff'-I TjrT r . iAfc t.fc,J MMtM 5 ri K Vs Bit fir- .' -fc 'RUTH'S PRISONER' Comedy of Errors That Proved Not at All Humorous to Miss Cynthia. Noddin Dleasantly to Miss Cyn thia and waving their hands to their daukchter. Mr. and Mrs. Foster drove I out of the yard. They were going , still. She knew the man could not pf fl trmn),M ,,.Vood to tho nnccs- New York. .She ennlinued : to Hoohester, where Mr. Foster ex- get out, Im-chii-c of the henvv burs on . on q c,r(it( jlorc j ,Vomnn who I "A certain ant nip had 11 favorite -pected to buv some fine cattle and' the piinlrv window. The "'J?'1' j,,,, (o r, ven tho very nttilude ' wife. She went walking in the pal Jifrs. Foster had some shopping to ' dragged slowly, and evcntiiflllv she . ,?mp gjie j, j on the ' aco gardens one day, and had not do. When their business was tin-' slept, to W awakened in the morning I grouui( Jhp 10ii throne of our j hern long gone when 11 servant on- fahml hev exDected to spend the night wit...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 August 1913

Sk viHMSKfltfMflflfiHL. ijpyw n'liumgiin ip1 w yj,jij"wwi iiwiiyyr'-' ' ' Z.'r '" 'h ' "' T-:v5Br omdaiii Official Orjan of tHc Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 47. BARBOURVIfXE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, August 22, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. ' tmmmmmmmmm rm vWms Iv Mm$mt. 1 34SBE $ i J& ; ' i i ' -C-V . 3K m SAM L LEWIS Republican Nominee For Sheriff of Knox County Expresses Appreciation and Gratitude to The People of Knox: To the voters of Knox County. I4ake this method of express ing to you nir appieciation and gratitude for the loyal support you gave me in the primary, and of renewing to you my pledge to honestly, efficiently, and faith fully discharge the duties of Sheriff", when I am elected and take charge of the office. While I am grateful to those who fav ored me with their support. 1 have no ill feeling at any of my opponents, or those who support ed them. On Saturday night after the election, when the vote was be ing telephoned in from the dif ferent ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 August 1913

ft Kmr.Pu " - - ,Lr.WJ's i V-i i f JjL.J K? t 'the huhtmk dyocate MJHM8HKJ. KVKHt FRIDAY AT JJAKBOUUVtLLK,KKNTUOK.Y Chab. 1). Colk Editor Rntr r Hroim.nii4 XlatUr Fcbrimrj 11, IM4 nt th PiwtolTliM) nt lUrtmurvllli". Ky.. umliT Act ( ('imrtM of Mnreli X ! One Dollar Tor Your in Advance The Ofllclal Oman or the RepuDllran Party In Knox County. Republican Ticket cfe . wm . For Representave .I. C. LAY. For County Judge TI10S. O.HAM.MONS For County Clerk READ P. BLACK For County Attorney J. FKKI) CATRON For Sheriff SAM L. LEWIS For Supeiintemlent Schools W. W. EVANS For Jailer FRANK J. MITCHELL For Assessor 0. B. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS M. REES Fur Cornnt r J. F. DOZIER. SATISFACTION Republican Ranks United and Stand Strong for the Ticket in November. The vote at the Primary show ed in the Sh"ritl's race where the heaiest vote was polled, 2,o04 Republicans. As is umi ally thecuse this was the bone of (onteution and the voter1 wvre inteiested moie in thU lav than any of the others; ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 August 1913

jjWPJfWH m,y MP . '.'"m ww T?TmmmmmmmmHmMmK fmmmmk -mgpti w -.- -wT- :-- '.- - --"wfcmmff PllWfTPlT -1 f- r. Jr.. . i T ssev ff i' - r?;3'-' sV-m r: . fe-ih'- ,7 ; .?' N. r S- mm tcOHrf m P.- li9l9ill w FCRSONb The Gibson Co. are telling $5.00 ilioei at $4 00. Mist Aline Mattliewi, after a few cloys stay with homefolks, returned to Knoxville first of the week. Great lot of workahirts at Gilnon Co's. sale; shirts worts CO, going at 39c. ,. Mrs. C. A. Stanford and daughter. ;Miss Gail Frailer, are in Louisville 'this week on a shopping tour. Dig line hosiery, underwear, etc., nil going in the Gibson Co's. sale at 20 per cent off the regular price. Miss Grace fontngue, of Cat lettsbtirg, after a month's visit to Miss Lucy Tiniley, returned home Inst Monday. One-fourth off on ladies skirts means money saved to all who visit the Gibson Co's. closing out sale. Mrs. V. R. Mack is in Louisville this week, selecting a stock of goods preparatory to go into the mer cantile business here. Gibso...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 August 1913

II ' JlJlILiM,MMa.a.aM.iiis1aaaaMeisasaja ,4.,,. ".i I' m BABY HEALTH CONTEST AT FAIR Will beOne of Many Novelties of Especial Interest to Ladies PROMINENT WOMEN HERE! Show What Perf.ot , Exhibit! Will Baby Should Be Mn. John L. Woodbury, of Loulavllle, Will An- awer All Inqulrlei Regarding Oatalla of Conteit. A new feature announced for th. .. . . n. . i i. i. ,.. which have been ao 8ucceafuM. oh, .tates notably Iowa. The con ea this state whb flrat Inaugurated In lull by the tow. branch of th. Nation, ,1 , S . .. . T ' ' P. Watts In charge. The Kentucky Federation of Worn en's Cluba has been naked to co-oe erate with the Kentucky State Fair, and the chairman of their Health De partment, Mra. laifon Hiker, asso elated with Mra. (Seurge (Hunt and Mrs. Herbert Ottenheluier, of the Health Committee, will act In au ad visory capacity. Uniformity la absolutely essential In the examination and marking of the children In order to secure any resulta of value In a nation-wide movement. The ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 August 1913

w !mvi ??. ". s mm sj Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. .r New Series: Vol. 2. No. 48. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, August 29, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 i Site iiiic1ot0I w; jv: iH, . ;,-t 3 .-- k- &$- tf NEW FEATURES NEW ATTRACTIONS The Knox County Fair Management Have Add ed Many New Attrac tions to the Exhibit for Each Day. , Charles Q. Black, Secretary of the Knox County Fair Asso citttion, has procured a great, free attraction for thn Fair next week in the person of DeVolo, the Daredevil Cyclist, who will daily ride down a steep incline on a bicycle leaping a great cliasin and lauding upon the track beyond. This is one of the greatest feats ever attempted on a bicycle and those attending this year's fair will witness a rare exhibition of daring and death-defying skill. These ex hibitions will take place daily in front of the grand stand in plain view of all. ' Other attractions are being sought that will make this one of t ho greatest Fajrs ever ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 August 1913

1 r V-T. .,' I' ':rr p r L ' THE MQUNTMH ADVOCATE PUBU8HKD KVKhT FRtDAT AT BAUBOUUVILLE.KKNTUUKT Chas. D. Colk Editor Knternl n, Heeoii.t-Uln Mutter February . ..... .t. n....! ni Ititrhourvllle. W ' ivy., umtr Act of Oonri f March S. IW. One Dollar Vet Year in Advance The OfllcUl Oman of the Republican Parly In Knox County. Republican Ticket For Representave - J. 0. LAY. For County . I utlge THOS. O. HAMMONS For County Clerk READ P. BLACK For County Attorney J. FKKIHJATRON For Sheriff SAM L. LB WIS For Jailer FKANK J. MITCHELL For Assessor O. U. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FKAN0I3 M. HEES For Coroner J. F. DDK I Ell. For Superintendent Schools W. Y. EVANS State News Pickups The new I eiiitou & liastern depot at Whitesburg, ami between Jackson and McKoberts, was com pleted on August J3, nnd the crew of carpenters left for McKoberts, where they will begin the erection ill u depot there. At Whiteshurg, K, a news item of Aug. '-'3rd. says: Tlieconilenina tiou ptoceedings of the Cousoli.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. — 29 August 1913

I 1st IE r Aut r8oClnon musical roNCERT 'SforTTu- m- f JorVt Mount! nn nutomoDiie cum wn, organ- r..rmw,mmiio mmmmm.Hmm." 'BfTV I " . I n I : Mn.un.iir.du. ... - lo,H..m. ize, ln "nrlioiirville last wefk, -" ' ' ll a ....::' ...:.. . . V , mi. 13 " except aunusr - - v- S . w No.Zl Dully, due . 11:34 p. m v ? 'flR ' M South Siound No, 1 Dully, dun.. No. II " excrptHnniUy Ho. 21 Dally, due - , 3.49 p. m, . A:li. m, , 3.4A . m Street car leaves HotelJonci twenty win utet before Ibe scheduled time for trains Master Padgett Ballard, of Cor bin, is here, the guest of his grand mother, Mrs. I, II. Bnllard. John W. Mayhew, of Welsh, W. Yn., has returned to this city for a few weeks visit to homelolks and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ballard lelt Monday morning lor their home in Nicholasville, after a short visit to homefolks. Miss Ida Mae Cole has returned from an extended visit to Snndy Springs, Ohio, and Vance liurg, Kentucky. A party of the younger set en joyed a hay ride to Dishman Springs...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 August 1913

& 4 OHE OF BIG BUILDINGS OF NATIONAL - CONSERVATION EXPOSITION, KNOXVILLE FORT SANDERS, ONE OF THE. FAMOUS SPOTS NEAR KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE r r uVi J-.- V Ms!had ifiSfflmwifi Iat'i inSa . t. ut .. .:J l'"T"V SbSHucttji&aMl Efr Liberal Artt Building at the 8outh't Qreat National Exposition. T the National Conservation Ex-1 lines In tho last few years Is on dls , position that is being heM this ""Z'lZ'Z . hhls' A this Fall In Knoxvlllo, Tenn.. glon af,ords a mo,t excellent oppor tho great new South that has made tunlty of seeing the New South as she such tremendous progress along all Is today . REUNION AND EXPOSITION CALL VISITORS INTO THE SUNNY SOUTH I5VW Encampment of G. A. R. at Chattanooga and National Conservation Exposition in Knox ville are Twin Events in Two Southern Cities But Short Distance Apart Held simultaneously In the South this year are two great events that mean much to the people of that sec tion of the country and that mean much to the people of tho North. Th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 September 1913

HRr Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 49. BARKOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, September 5. 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 P ) '' 5 I V I &" j --sv u . A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER LOOK OUT WE ARE COMING, Our Motto This Week and Next, "Skin n 'em," When you hear one of these two-by-four politicians running around over the country telling that some of the nominees of the Republican party is going to be defeated at the November election, you just say to him that the man who voted for Mr. Roosevelt Inst fall had some good reason for doing so, hut Mr. Koosevelt is not a candidate this fall, not even for Constable. . THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY IS DEAD Recent election, and enrollment of voters, in various parts of tho the United States show beyond all question that tlie so- called "Progressive Party" is dead, and that the only thing the supporters of that pai ty can or will ever claim to have accomplish ed is that it so divided the Republican vote in Novemb...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 September 1913

i BBBBBMBHBMWBBBBHWHJBSHBBMMBMfc -. .eaaaaaaaKTaaaa .-dMMIHBHHIHHMCSIIBMQQHIHIMKfl . R.- i iV r I :B & 1 , af- t" EHE MOUMTAIM ADYOCATE HJhLlSMKD KVKhV FRIDAT AT lHAKHOUUVILLE,KRNTUOk W. H. McDonald . Kuitoh Hntered as Second Cluu Mutter Kebruar 11. tu.li t the t-uslopirr Ht Harbours III Ky., undsr Act ut Jougre uf March s, Hf Uiie Dollar Per Year in Ailvamv The Otflclal Organ uf the RepiiDll(jn Parlv In Knox County. Republican Tiokut For TCepreseiitave J. 0. LAY. For County Judge Til OS. U. MAMMONS For Poo ii tv rlerk READ P. BLACK Fur County Attorney J. FRED CJATKOX For Sheriff SAM I. LEWIS For Jailer FRANK .1. MITCHELL For Assessor (J. B. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS M. REKS For Coroner J. F. DOZIER. For Superintendent Schools W. W. EVANS t HWh IIIIHV IN Ilikl'MllU S-TATKS TWO OKKT FOUriCVL I'Ak IIUS, RkITHIICKN KU DbUOlKAIll- bouie men a they vote the wuy thr shot; but we believe they vote the way they ran; that's how some some ol tlit-hi did at least. It makes us tltcd to ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 September 1913

I , K&"' - -', w .- t ; ' IMBPt1 . V -c W 77; yr, nominee for County Attorney ol ytf$ , "" Casey count y, is in Hurboiirville. 1 lllffcA Worth SSound MgaK No. SI Daily, due . 10iH.m. nrJNSr No. 13 " ttxiept Sunday ... I.BJp. n Ht&Vf' , No. 21 Dally, due .llnWp. m Xv ' South SSound 5 No. 2;) Dally, due 3 4Sp.tn. alQKv' ' N0,11 " '!'pt HiinUijr ... ft.it . in. mr' No. 81 Dully, due 3iSm W Street oar lenci Hotel Jones twenty tnlu- i . a l... . ..l.t !.. .. ttnink vJ Uies UciurV lilt) BViiiruiiiru uwo iwi """ 1 PSRSONftb J Mrs. John Root, of Corbin, is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs J D. Tuggle. Miss Uclle Smith, of Lancaster, is visiting her sister, Mrs. . II. Mc Donald, on Depot Street. Hen C Ilernilon. ol Kansas City, is here this week, with his mother, Mrs. Mag Hermlon. Misses llertha llihbard, and I; (In a Smith, of Corbin, are visiting Mrs. V. II. McDonald, this week. Dr. W. C, Hlnek spent a few days this week, on a Masonic mission at Paris, Maysville and Vaneehurg. W. II...

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