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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 October 1913

, lW iMgm' 'BT THE MOUNTAIN ADVQCAT1C ... "MBf H UrprvM'iiiiii t Muni) liMlkft' I (" I v Tin.. (1. Ihimmnns i' - I Republican I Nominees I of I Knox County m i Sam L. Lewis ELECTION OFFICERS Tor November Llection Nov. 4th 1913. Harhoiuville L. U. Miirrih, ltp- .f til jrt Jop Uwens, - Dom. .Indge V. ILAIcUoimltl, Hep. -'lerk ,L(J. Sproul, l)im. Slicrill" No. 2 W.Tiiisley, - Iep..Iutlo J. H. Treatlwuy, Dpiii A. V. AniltTSdii. " Clurk Alex SevuT, Uop. Sliorill' No. :i H. Dctherat!', Ki'P. '"lgo ? AV. K. UtilliiiK.M-. Dtuii Joint W. IJuglie, Hep (Jltrk 11. S. AfuttheWH, Dem Sliciitl" Artfinn, No. I Joliu.LVrkfy Kcp .luilgi' 11. 1? llitls Dimii " TIioh. Cos " Clerk CIium. AloUtiimti, U'P Slicritl' Klat.Li.-k, No. fi li. .1. Staoy, Ht'i) JikIko J. J.I'nri'fli' 1 IH'in i Oraig KvaiiN, Ui'P Clerk g V. S. Stewart. Dem Shoritl" UeWitt. No. ,j'' 'J. T. Willittinaoii, JJep .IiulRe ifotin Mills, Uimii John T. Sourloek " Clerk " Geo. Mammons, iCel) JihIko UnDer Stinking, No. 7 i Pinler llubburd, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

. 7? ft,' omntain JUftoftrife. M UIROMMTKM C1KCUI.ATI fcesoo 1B0O3 Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. (New Series: Vol. 3. No. 4. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, October 24, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 3 -Yi t ty i& fcv K f j &.$ Vtr $ Have YOU Opened an Account YET, A IVIITII Wf Willi "THE IIONOlufcOLL NATIONAL BANK Ojgf SOUTH 1HASTERN KENTUCKY?" a "Uhcle Sam" lias been making this one of Sp"1! ln's depositories for a long time, "Uncle Som" knows which of his Bunks are the safe Hanks. Open uSnvinflS Accoillltat once with tin. We PAY !) PEIt CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. This hank has more than a QUARTER OF A MILLION assets. Its Surplus L'rolit fund is equal to its Capital. The resources of its stockholders is more than a Million. It is a United States depository. First National Bank, UARD0I1KVILLC, KENTUCKY. Hero' the County Judge in the absence of the Magistrates. and after they had allowed V. II. Davis" nearly $2,100.00 makes Davis an additional allo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

W f' THK MOUNTAIN MDYOCATJI fi, ti r- MKS. PANKHUR8T ADDRESSE8 CnOWD AT BATTERY AFTER l'. IFINfl RELEARED. WAT MRS. BELMONTS HOME iVVetl Known Suffragette Asserts Big- rVs 9e,t Blow Has Been Dealt at Enfl t Jlsh Opposition Not Guilty ol rjj- -moral I urpnuae." it New York, Oct. 22. Mrs. Emmeltne rtFaakhurst, toe English militant su( fragetto leader, landed on Manhattan Island on Monday from Ellis Island, .'whero she had been detained by the Immigration authorities. She had been ordered deported as an undesirable alien. She made a speech to a large crowd at the Battery Mrs. Pankhurst left Ellis Island Monday on a government tug and was landed at tho Uattery She had been accompanied across tho bay by 25 ardent suffragists, who had gono on the Island earlier in the day to sere nade her, and when she left the boat she found awaiting her a crowd of sev eral hundred, mostly women, who cheered wildly for the liberated woman. "What has happened today Is one of the greatest slaps in tho face...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

r laW" 1 wT . V -.; ," THr MOUNTAIN ' ApVOCATE .ijH LB 'fBpr p K .at, J'-ML ' (" - WaI v' t i it . p.- 3. P -n r rt, ' V i St. Value qf Music as Civilizing Influence Br JOHN RITCHIE, JR. elf, then, music means nothing and thcro is nothing in the noises or their succession that can make or mar morality. But with the same faculty of imagination that to the child maKcs her dollies seem to be real persons, man haa clothed the noises with mean ings: Thcso meanings, save a few which, liko the rolling bass for thunder, . fronL-lv IniililUl T-n nnrntv ni-itfVinl and COnVCntiOnal. TllCV RTC .! i 1 i.! 1 jk' learncu aa ono icnraa ins lessons iu i. mnaninrra 4n mnnv L-imfa nf nnrnhinnt &, meanings for new combinations. figure or a phraso varies according to LJf lie may take simple pleasure in '&, related ono to another mathematically, called harmonics; or in succcs- "-5nti rt Innn. olln1 mnlnlina nr ItHV CTO lnln TnrihirOfl OVCT Subtle mCan- B1UUH i IUUV.U, (.aiiui ....v..vb, ...-., f ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

r LS"' ' J ' v f, if o TM1 MQVHTAlH A&fCKfATi' II L-i !' II S ! ifUPlAlW iwjurlntk m iw M;iHlilii.ni) rlv ,., Ml KVKHY FKISW AT t JH)tRVILLK,KKNTUOKY 0r. M. McDonald KnrtoR im Hecnmt-Glns Matte r Felrurr M, m At thft PostoMee lit HarbnurvllK FKjr., tf tnr Act of (!.ntrrii of Mfcrcli a. inh. ifUfW Lkillar l'er Year in Advance thc OrilfUl Ortffl of the Republican Parly In Knox County. Republican Ticket -& For Represent uve J. O. LAY. For County .Judge 11IOS.11. HAMMOXS For County Clerk HEAD L BLAOK For Comity Attorney .1, FUKIHUTROX For Sheriir SAM L. LEWIS Inns b ' For Jailer , ' FRANK .1. MITCHELL V For Assessor ft' P. B. WILLIAMS wt & Z. For Surveyor Z- .FRANCIS M. REES ( For Coroner t .1. F. DOZIKlt. For Superintendent Schools W. W. EVANS I -U- ?im'fLKALT. ULULI'IIUft AND SLANDER - Will ir wi We at ome length last week called the attention of our. fcW "readers to the purpose for which the Bull Moose p.iriv wns organ Lfized, that is lor the purpose of te venge on the Re...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

nS3fyfX'T aWqcati" Jr. Itf. JSTZf4 DAY! VKl u .-iifcj m . it ' v - , "t wmmm fZ- '? K ) V N6X tlRCUrr COURT l.olluml, liW(iJif'1ninli(f. 1 MP ' 7 ' :. i v . jiiA.vini. Ine T. Loc'irnd &c. Ilcfrndnnt .III' order nl the judgment Circuit oijrt, rentlelcil nl tin Sept. term, h, in Hie cne nf nne Ln.knrd, m-flihti, ngnlint I. T I.ocliniilXsc, jnt.ilf,-1 will, ii 'oiuniiinncr, p. .'tfil ilnv nl Nnvi'inlHMi, I'.tKI. t,wreii the hour nfl p in. fctp in. inr briiig first ilny.ol tin- Nnvnn MTlrw tile Conn House door in fllgljiOurville, ky., to t lie highest Iiv t biiKler, I he following ilo . seribcil property, or enough tncreoi .v. . i !)2fo satisfy the juilcinent in snid ease, X&ntnoiititing to $ PIC- 'Sniil nrrmrrt v In lie snlil is lintiiul. a&J? cil'nns described ns follows: Sitttnt Seil'in Knot conntv, Ivy , mi the wat ers of innky Crcrk, nnd in bounded ns follows: llcgiiiiiing on n Inrge "poplar tree standing in the hollow iih n line of snid convevnuce Ironi Arch Hrittnin t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

W- v 5 sk Hk MHpMf HipL!fVf .' T-" f1..-- IPIH1" t1 y yp'l'I.KMKNT.- THK MOUNTAIN AUVOCATK FttUMY, QgBllWBB iib . I I I 1-1 III .1. C. Lay Republican of Knox County i f R Sam L. Lewis ? 4 BjbT'' rsllb aSSistf 7' '?t ' jCEt- i v im ;M J- F- OOZIER K. c Hepubliean nominee for Coron- er, wiiosecut was receivcii too lato to ineltide in the alHive ilis - play of Uepuhliean nominees. NOTICE To the Tii-puvoih of Kno Co. The Tu lor lii:t h long past due, and itwont heery Iiiiikuii till some one eNe will have charge of the Slioull ollice, and my Ixxikn n)iith square hefore that time. - Under the new Tax Law, I lie Shoriir has to make his final settlement in Decern her, and in Older to do this, he must adver tise and hell all property on , 'which the Tn it unpaid, nn the l Monday in iNovemer, which i will lie compel! hy Law to do. J have made one round collating over the County, and wont have time to make another. I limit want tn he hard on you people, tint if your tux is not paid hy the lant...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

f WZllF V4$H Vfcfc pj I i ' ' K .MS! t i&( it JX tr wM. nwH, l TMV fki -rj" cSBto Card Of Thanhs the kind friend and neigh- )ho so willingly assisted t ".the ickness and death of beloved little six month's old Howard Archibald. We wish prew on heartfelt thanks, to who in way by word of com mand deed of kindness ilunnfi t Mil hour of our bereavement. Mar the Lord bless vou nil is our ffi -' i mij.ere wish, Mr. nml Mi. J. If. Cntron. Seriously Injured A special from lUrliuiond, Ky. on October 21, nays: "Mrs. James .S. Miller, of Harbourville, who is vIh 'itliur br father, 'Squire Hlaeli, mill other relatives here, while In the Jtlchmond millinery ntnre hero to ilny fainted nml fell down a Illicit r .. steps, nerlously Injuriiiff herself." Gitizens Meeting A nieetlug.of the citizens of Ilar bourvllle nml Knox eounty, bus been arranged for SUNDAY AK TKKNOON ata o'eloek, to ho held In tho Court house. It bus been pro poned by ninny of the candidates for ollleo In nil parties, and als...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

? THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE "Wh, rs- s EXPLOSION THAT DESTROYED GAMBOA DIKE r V When President Wilson pressed a button in the White House 1,277 grent charges of dynamite were exploded In the Panama Canal Zone and the Gamboa Dike was blown to pieces. The muflled roar of tho explosion was echoed by the cheers of thousands of spectators and Instantly tho cables flashed to all parts of the world th news that this climax in tho building of tho wonderful canal had been reached and passed. No ceremonies attend ed the event, but the heart of every American bea high with pride In the achievement of his countrymen. The explosion was a "clean" one, lifting out of tho dike a Bectlon sixty feet wide. Through this gap rushei the waters of Gatun lake, which at the time were six feet above the level of tho water which had been lot lntc the cut through pipes to act as a cushion for the explosion. LETTING THE FIRST WATER INTO CULEBRA CUT , f!...rlfrttr ?;:yfflffi7reyr;mrw jh" ft frTiiwnMHfilU 1 1 M-linri...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

.' Jv THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ,'- '.' w ,4& 'fe II m ; :. K W& i''. y& p ISj , U ft . JU m- xtmwMb IUSANDS OF MEN ON ROADS K AoMCN, TOO, DO THEIR SHARE tffi' SERVE QOOD THINGS TO LTi ' ' WORKERS. M GREAT ENTHUSIASM SHOWN J, ' Men Prominent In Political, Profet- ' slonal and Butlheta World Work - . ' ' Side by Side With Laborer. Western Newspaper Union News Service Frankfort. Except In thoao fow of the wealthier counties which maintain a system of good macadam roado and limnltfia IViapa tin a lionn n rrPAfit Ml t pouring of men of all walks of llfo to work on tho county roads In answer to call of Gov. James D. McCreary. Tho women, too, are doing their share In tho road-making In somo of tho countlos. They havo organized themselves Into cooking clubs and arc preparing good food for tho volunteer laborers as an lncontlvo to increased effort. ' Men whoso hands have never been calloused except In somo delectablo pastlmo havo overalls and use tho pick and shovel or drlvo teams t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 October 1913

'.wj -. : t'i A ' Carload of V 'rJ-r Solid iiiniMiiMiii him iiiiinim nnriTii sfr&TaMaaawHnwiiaHaniMaHf H NLII H B j Largest Single Shipment Ever Made to This City Ever-Increasing demand for PEE GEE Products the Reason, Absolutely reliability, together with lasting satisfaction, have created the greatest popularity for Pee Qee Paints and Finishes. Merit is the keynote of this store's success, and is based on the high quality of goods we are selling GUARANTEE For more than 40 years the name of Peaslee-Gaulfoett Co., Louisville, Ky., h a s stood for the best that money and experience can produce. : : : Their guarantee is behind every can of Pee Qee Paints and Finishes. : : There Is a PEE QEE Finish For Every Purpose Hhve Are Some Of The Most Universially used: MASTIC PAINT "THE KIM) THAT LASTS" iri7?raf?3--iS-Z iR? WsidewhiteJ Increase s the value of your Inline an. I prolongs Its lift-. MA.S1IC PAINT ismadt of pure white lend, reinforced with zinc oxide In cor rect proportions, an...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 October 1913

Jf w ''TWfSFt x- TTH fcVtJf ?T mtttferitt bfaMt. IRGULATION c(kcui;atvioK isoo- 1500 Official Oran of tHe Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. .1. No. 5. BARB0URV1LLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, October, 31, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 ' r k zrv- Mm- -- , FV V. LAv IiCJ ; ,-. Mr- 1 e&' -. Nearly $100,000.00 of Your Money Spent, Wasted and Squandered by Judge Stamper in 4 Years Mr. Voter and Mr, Citizen, Head All This! The Magistrates of Knox County allowed W. II. Davis, the Jailor, in 1011 for Janitor work, feeding Prisoners, waiting on the Courts and other items 12. ()!).'!.!!. Thejlaw provides the County Judge can only allow claims for an emorgedcy but can not allow any claims over $50.00 that uny claim for more than $50.00 must b allowob by the Fiscal Court, which is composod of the County Judge and tlio Magistrates of the County, and the claims must he presented to the Court and voted on by the Court and an order made allowing same. In the year of 1011, Judge Stamper ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 October 1913

WJW wiff? --JTJ? pLyj-'i"Mnuna H5r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f I IX V THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE HUBt-fHllKu KVrilV I'RIIIAV AT KAUUOUKVll.l.K,KKNTrrKY W. II. MelKiNU.u KniTiin Knlfn-il in mwnid-t'lm Mailer Pelirimrj 1ft, IWI nl llm INrtliiHlfK ut llarlmiirtlllf. K.J-., umlwr AHfifihm"1"' Mnr.'liS, UTS. One Dollar l'er Year in Advance Tlir Ollltlal Uran or the HcpuMlraii Pjrlv In Knox County. Republican Ticket cs For Kepresentave .1. 0. LAY. For County Judge 'II10S. 0. IIAMMONS ForlConnty Clerk UKAD T. BLACK For County Attorney .1. FRKDOATUON For Sheriff SAM L. LEWIS For .lailer 1'KANIv .1. M1T01IKLL - t . w r. K . For Assessor jj V. B. WILLIAMS K& Sor Surveyor . V FKAiNOlS -M. ISKKS Wwi' For Coroner , v WF .LI F. DOZIKJJ. - tWi' nr Superintendent Schools ', ;W V. W. EVANS We have been usked why we were saying what we do about the Bull Moose. Well they started it, Wi did not mean to say a woVd about this muddle we have the gratest per-onal Teeliligs for all ot thetn, but they should not ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 October 1913

wf ' m "i ) yW'fU-- '" f." 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE' ybor on ft c " -XI 1 s' '!' ft ; S s: i i ii -i ET " Don't the Bull Moose Tell the Truth? Bull Moose speakers last Mtm- nrrlnn to Mr. J. Mi Kohslnn, n -lii nil from Ohio, who wns try- Ig to dlctnte to the people of Knox I'onnty. Now Mr. llobslnn won not (torn InOhln, butwns born In llniok- county, Kentucky, nnd has been Itlen of Knox county fornonrly 20 venrs. wo lo not think it will do Urn Hull Mooro enuse nny Rood to nluwo Mr. itnbslon. Ho linn always ill ven liberally to nil our schools nnd churches, nnd stnntls for tho best IntureHt of our county, nnd linn naver received one cent, of money from tlie tire-payer's of Knox County. Judge Stnmpornnil Mr. DnvlM, who hnvu squandered tbu people's money as shown by the records iniulo by Judge Stanipor himself, ennnot es enpe tbo responsibility for their Illegal nets by Jumping on Mr. Itob hIoii, Judge Sampson nnil other citi zens of the county, Let the people rend the statement of the c...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 October 1913

r KiHMP)nHBHHHHHMHHHIHHMfliil rBHlflNPII&$fyM . -i -. & U THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE- ' ' Kt I iii . i ii hi mi i urn i hi i hi i i 11 i i mi i i i J F, e --- - - - - - zzzzzziiizrizrrrrzzmiimmzziziirmr!!!- " " l-v p3. . '''ira. . Ik . . 3ASg I i n u I i...ir Im.Uii I'muiM I'mrU'l.-rl. , ijnty Ationi i -life .i.e. I'jlv -Nkis. i. llamiiioiia Rend P. Black .1. I. catm.i j W r. f r' a- 1 l& i i ! Rep .?1 1 can IV Knox County Sain L. Lewis tsassssscssmaisass W J- $ K Jill lliMIl III Mil I II.-. ... -l llll I' 1 III t- ll'l I'll . lute to tin I (i.lt in III-1 i" .' pla of Kepuhlican iiiiiiiiinT NOTICE 'In the Tax-payers of Km Co. Tim Tax for UH.'S h long piiMt due, and it wont I it' very Imignn till wune ne fe will have charge of the Sherill ottice, and my books ruuxtSb-i sqimre before t lint tine. Under the now Tux Ia,tbe Sherili has to uiuke hi final netMt!iint in December, ami in order to do tliin, he muot adver ti and sell all property on which the Tux is unpaid, on the I Mon...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

Ue IBmniiain IttaJlttte. i i-' : Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. rNev Series: Vol. 3. No. 6. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, November, 7, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 REPUBLICAN VICTORY .-For all Republican Candidates in Knox County ' Complete Ticket Elected-each Candidate 1 Receiving a Good Majority fi!BBytffisfMif?83 BB3Bfc'ni(BEl2SiPitafc5IBWKi ''rWPBB a) lHICfBPwBfNflMilBVPlBMlBllflMBillHiBl 'Be it ever so humble, there is no place like home." V "n nwBH ' HP"C1HRB ' HSBumBAjhfe., " siH BHuSPm jgzm BT'lH bBvB r How J. C. Lv Who will represent Knox anil Whit ley Comities in tlicnct Legislature JLWfBftfi&l r rMjft' . j V !- f r- rij "-r -" .iE - WSW. Ki Jf iWBj IIos. T G. Haminons I he newlv elected CottnU fudge k-SSTO3BI t&n THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GROWS THE DEPOSITS OF THIS BANK WERE ON November 1, 1913 November 1, November 1, November 1, November I, This bank has in four years increased its deposits $145,543.04 THIS bank grows because it is absol...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

q iiwiwhotictainad r uUrVraRJI! r&H . THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION OVCRNOR DESIGNATES NOVEM. BER 27 A3 DAY FOR GIV ING THANK3. ADDRESSES EASTERN NORMAL rranklln Cotfnty'WIirFuniTIh Turkey for President Wilton's Thanks , giving Dw.ier. ' vraiprn wfnpcr union ixcws service i Frankfort Gov McCreary Issued tho following Thanksgiving proclaim! Hen: "Wo should oiler praise and thanks 'giving to God for His manifest blesv .toss, and unlto In earnest supplication ilor their continuance "Tho jear now drawing to a closo 'ism been marked by manifestations of lllls kind nnd beneficent provldlngs, nnd wo bhould reaffirm our allegiance to jrlfthLcousness, Justice, freedom, educa tion and progress. "'Our republic has had peace with tho whele world and demonstrated Its capacity and readiness to meet and tea properly with great and Important jaTBCStlonS. "Our state has had prosperity, good 3barrct8, productive Industries, happy ! -and contented people. Law and order i Ju.to been preserved The glori...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

r S i -0 & im IT, -JO- ty , n l.Hs k ; TAMMANY HALL IS DEFEATED JOHN POMEROY MITCHELL. PU. 8IONIST CANDIDATE, IS ELECTED MAYOR. to $ SULZER IS ELECTED 'Empire State Aseembly Will Be Re publican Buffalo Sticks to Demo cratic Rank and Progressive Sue eeed In a Few Towns. Western Newspaper Union News Bervlc New York. John Purroy Mltcholl hu been elected Mayor by a plurality of at least 100,000. His election was -conceded by Charles F. Murphy, lead cr of Ttfmmany Halt. Tho rcturnfl Indicated tho election of Prondorgast, Fusion candidate for Controller, by a plurality of 25,000. It was 'estimated that McAneny, Fusion 1st candidate for President of tho Board of Aldermen, would win by 70, 003 -plurality. ' This Is a characteristic portrait of .'John Purroy Mitchell, formerly col lector of tho port of New York and " now Mayor of the metropolis. An anti-Tammany majority of two- ttolrds Is now assured in tho lower Ilcuse of tho Legislature. Chairman Ilarncs, of tho Republican : State Comm...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

fr ,4 . . - t .. .v -TT kMUi Hf. "Vai &A fflWKtta adIcot i. . , - ft HI lrMi O MSl.t FKIBVt AT HAh'H"! ! H LE.KKNTl'a , TUB MOUHfAlH ADVOCATJ n. lM-i ' lw I' ,i KlMi'iK , . M m. i frrhfnnrj 'i i ni llnrtw nrlli t Miir. Ii . lTt 1 i i'ur in Advancer HOUSEKEEPERS MUSt be Watchful -ium mil. 11 fvrrf.m nr Hie Mrminlican ' n. iu in Km, fniiiitu. &V Z.tm0mmmmmm-'' , .. - . j TUB AHEHMAIH Ai(tli Nt( nil-or election in ? Kil iiiintA. n la-t 'lurxilny. Jiff cni ii,' lb-publican ponntj lick'' i1- liitt'i), nixl a re sult nflit lc'tion, Kims enm t.r ill ii m c 1. r tin- fiMir yeai's K"$ bcglnim '' "urv it- lst, 11114, affairs ami j i i - itlnn !i- lien 1 . an torn 'wl info ofllt . nfv rrctfanl, , 0. All the nawlj r-, who w?H h in nfuvo m Jamtary'lat, .tm'ir respective pUew iijjp Hiiijoritu sa rtii il", bt in the Itlllld of iuinjll filiKfll a to and uiittrtiited title W""g ,p i -i ei'tivf positions to which ry w r ehetod. They wrmiii hai i cone, deil ly everybody f?;lir Ji 1 i i - N ail...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

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