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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

TUB MOUNTAIM ADVOCATE ' M L.&N. Time Table s?jf 4 f- Ef L- . V 4 Mt- 1 V" s W; U NOKTH HOUND No. 22 Daily, lue 10:09 n m No. 12 Daily except Sunday 1:52 p in No. 24- Doilv, due 11:14 p m SOUTH HOUND No. 23 Dallv, due a:"8 p in No. 31 Daily, except Sunday G:41 n in No. 21 Daily, Due U:fl a m SHORT 1)00 No. 14 North bound 7:12 p in No. 10 South bound 8:'1 p in JSrStrrct enr leaves Hotel Jones twenty minutes before schedule time for trains Cumierancf &. 39. Company. 'LHAIIfi 'PAUL. 10 South Hound. trains: ii.ui.i No. 1, Lve. Artctmt 7:00 n m. No, 8, Uve. ArteiHMs It :2fi n m. No, 6, 1.ve. ArtemiK 4c lo p m. No. Rr, I.ve. " Sundays 7:110 n m No. 37, Lve. " Sundays x p m North Hound. No. 2, Arr. Artemti IhlOnm No. 4, Arr. Artemus 1-20 p in, 2s"o, G Arr. Artemus 0:.1. p in. No. a , Arr. " Smndnv 1):U) n in. Ni. 3S, Arr. " Sunilnv (i::t() p in. V. . fTARKK, Gen. 1'nss. Agt T. H. HAYDIiN, Gen. Mgr. I have for sale one s X rno-nhnuse nml 1 ci'iitoiiiint; nbuiit one nert with Imrn thn...

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

,.. - I . fcitf .M - . v THE 'MOUNTAIN AbVOCATK H ' ,. ., jt s ntr: L. 'j. t-K . if H ? i' Is u T- tiui ) PeRSONb ltunning some I Who? Read. P. jlack. .A;.' 'II L Cannon of Cannon, Ky wns town Tuesday f Boyn It pays tn laugh, think of -Frank. J. Mitchell. S. L. l-o wis made a flying trip lb Wilton Tuesday. Walker. 0. Martin of Warren was in town Monday. ,V R Marsee, ol Artemus, was at tending Court this week. O.'It. Lutlroll of Warren was in'the city Wednesday. Victor' McDonald is very sick niul is in the Richmond Hospital. S II Jones was in Richmond, Sal- urdny with a car load of cattle. W C Hlack 'attended the Grand Chnpta of Royal Arch Masons InsM ,week. Hon. II. S. Rose of Williams burg is here this week attending Conrt. W, iW. Tinsloy i RoHree in Bankruptcy is in Middlesboro tins week. Sawyer A Smith made a trip to Middlesboro last uight to sec Mutt and letl? Yon just ought to see the prices on everything at Knglauds storet TarrifTofl Miss. Jess. Dickenson and Daisy. Burchtild ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

"-w u :A MC rsv- E, r-r ' fl Genius Is a Disease Among the Children By DALLAS LORE SHARP that you can do to yourself, or hnve done to you, affect the genius bump, or ganglion, or joint, or whatever it may chance to bo that genius didn't choose for its throne. Talent, on the other hand, is often a matter of adenoids. If your child lacks talent, remove his tonsils. The increase of sheer talent for the year 1912, from this singlo operation for adenoids (could it be figured) .would amaze the secretary of agriculture, familiar as he is wiih 'arge increases in crops. There has not been a drop added to the IucVa of genuv so far as we know. The great difference of course, is due to fundamental differences in the qualities (if they can be called qualities) themselves. Talent is gen erally distributed all over a person. If he has talent he has it from the Inside of his head to the flat of his foot. If ho has genius it is local, all centered in one spot some set of cells of the head, or in tho...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

.. r " THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE W V- ,r . ?T- .frVJ JfmBy ; t if; K c jriCPB f Jitjp BIG CLOCK WITHOUT HANDS Hours, Mlnutei and Second Are In dlcated by Arrangement of Multi colored Electric Dulbt. Ono of tho largest electric clockn In existence has Just boei exhibited. It is n marvol of beauty and workman ship. Tho pendulum weighs over 3,000 pounds. Tho clock contains 5.4SS multicolored electric bulbs, for which 11,000 connections vrcro necessary and over n mllo of wlro. In making tho connections 140 pounds of special scrowa woro required. Tho dial, al though It Indicates- hours, minutes, and seconds, has no hands. Tho time In minutes Is Indicated by CO scries of lights, each sorlcs con taining 32 elobc-covorad bulbs, radiat ing from an ornamental contorploco to tho outer edge of tho dial. Short er rows of different colored lights In dlcato tho hour, and theso change their dlfferont position 12 times dur ing ench CO minutes, or onco every five minutes. Tho seconds aro shown by GO ligh...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 November 1913

it- ' it & i tf. W. CLARK ! One Time Owner ontl or This Paper Writes cstiiuily from Ploridn The following letter win received shine week's since, lint vie had n 17,6.1 il Mrmac In ititiiwicii lll tvl. it'll ttV -i.-litdtl.,, tm'A ll.drl, , iititiliulittitf i.-IIMI.-Vllllltl UVIIM til il... .If.. ... .. Apnpi;n, rut., wet. isi, i;i.i. JWr fllil Mnuntnin Advocate, . I. t.l A , . I H 1 l llnrbonrville, Ky. P.' How fond recollections of the '$&J . Aw. l.i-.tillt trt l.fillll ltV- fill K ..ItTi nt ll.n VillobMldl fffl'llllf frilllill !,r Ttlllll "I HIV .mini... """' "I.' ,. 'circle iu the Sntinv Soiiihdnnd. '. fiial tivf I'fim .ii tfiflnv vt k4, laid down the p-n niul turned the 7 rimrv pinni in me ntnr nn. w.v- ciiCe over to new iiiiiiintft-utcnt 111- . (cltulitiK, nidc-stick, fnnt-shiRti, copy Of "honks nml niuhiIiih; tick, iKlipvtivu that if armed with Mich an outfit tic wnuhl make gnn.1, nml we nre ft j nice. I to know tlmt we were nut Uitltnkrn in nur jniltm'tit. at lie ilhl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

I 4. t ' VVMTVWl ? ' - omtfftin hmM$. Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 3. No. 7. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, November, 2i, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 pte afe? is-. p las K . m (. '. , ; rn HON. W. K. DAVIS Jailor of Knox County. Wc herewith present to you the good looking owl genteel jailor of Knot Comity. Mr. Davis has made mi excellent' Jnilor, mid wns defeat- ed liy linn. Sam L. Lewis for Slier Iff of Knox County; Mr. Davis is popular, as will be shown by the '. vote he received ns n candidate on the "Hull Moose" ticket. Ifad he staid with the republican party, as is his honest opinion, and where he is today, there is not a man in the whole Commonwealth of Kentucky that would have gotten within gun 'shot of him in the last running, but like some more of the fellows that was convinced that there was something wrong (?) m the conven tion at Chicago, he went nwny for tiie time to the Progressive party, and at the same time was a Re publ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

THM WtHJUTJAIrt- ADVOCATB v V "TO ARREST HUERTA THIRTEENTH WEDDING IN THE WHITE HOUSE MINE EXPLOSION A MWin GOflTfllMfc "Who tave M1m AaUuMftwaywlMa Mm flaally get marriedr "Her wrinkles." , , i Sounded Like It "Mr. Wombar says he Is nn entho siaatlo dlsclpTo of Isaak Walton." "Some now freak cure, I sfpose." Their Oddity. . "Thero Is ono odd thing about raea of Iron." "What Is that?" "So fow of them appear to bo well tompored." IREPORT THAT GEN. BLANQUET IS READY TO CAST DICTA TOR INTO PRISON. SEEKS CASTLE FOR SAFETY MATCH THROWN INTO POWDER, IT 18 SAID, WAS THE CAUSE THIRTY MINERS PERISH. J '- 4 r r . .President of Mexico Tetli Staff and Frlendi That If Any Disaster Came Ha Would Be Only One to Suffer U. S. Blockade Is Near. Moxlco City, Nov. 19. A coup d' etat appears Imminent. Tho ex pectation Is that Ooncrnl lluorta, pro ' visional president, will bo arrested by 'ortlor of Gonernl Blanquet, who will Tiavo tho support of tho army chiefs In this movo toward restoring penco in Mex...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

; K Y M N Ileincmbcr tlio food sale. A drop of printers Ink, make Thousands ttiink, M!q Myrtle Cole, was the guest of Miss Metcalf, of Pineville, Mon day nnd Tuesday. S. H. I)!dimnn, Jr, returned from Lexington Sunday morning to spend a few days with homesolks. lie is taking a corse in law there. Miss Mollio K. Smith who has been on an extended visit to fnonds and relativesof Pilot Mt., N. 0. returned homo the first of the week. Chas. II. Davis and E. H. Can. nou were in Four Mile Saturday evening on business returned on the 11:11 train. Guy li. Dickonsoii who has been in St. Petersburg, with A. K. Coak, Atty. returned home hist week for a short stay, after which ho will go to Lexington to enter a law school. ,1. B. Gates who is now located at Knoxville, Teun., is hero on a fthort. visit to friends and rela tives. Rev. .1. V. Ligon of the Christ, ian Church and Grand High Priest V. 0. Black spent Tues day and Friday at Louisville at tending an important committee meeting in collecti...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

'T.fSfr- V ' - W, J- . i "- - ',, f MB -MaONTAINAYOCATK c : H S t . tt- f Long Abou I i And S. 13. KISPR N. yriNT it spldido&HaVloni abo2kthi - time of year, (. V Just aroundYabout TKanKsghMn. with, the marrv ings crjEsnand clear; V With the hil&n's cheeKs a-glowin', with jthe futureocmmrtaht. the sipsSdTnills a-goin liKe red lazes wf tik v y Ai Don't 'itV( life WherM os pffld to fiA a thing that's gfoiiV Ain't Wflrilfe? to.fMl tthenippin of at youp nose M M re old if Whefr"you(ye h$tojjegte catue, whep-you slove ybyziellow men, -I 7 And you've money you cantieih6ujrtrousrs, , now and tW.j Aint it fine to 1 r7 . t i voun.Dovnooa miew s.? . . Anc to find the it used to Lon ao. about to spare, When your pa were always fair! if TURKEY" FOR TEN sJfnpHANKSOIVINa ain't different I from any other day," snapped Melllcent, making the moat of the creak In her rocker. "What's the use of having a turkey when you're cot only a reed-blrd appetite!" "It ain't Just tho turkey itself," re pl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

I yfjpffpsjrSsssjsTfJlljFpai11!! fllli-n fT- -f HH J sfssnaittttM i i 'w$m !?ftlaas THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I Ekw C t " ' -' ' ' ' "'''"," j ' .'- " 1 1 i -.. -... ...-, f . V & . I. A vs VI t Vl lv& N. Timetable NORTH BOUND No 22 Daily, due 10:00 n in No. 12 Daily except Stintlay 1:52 p ni No. 21- Duilv, due 11:44 p m , SOUTH HOUND No. 2aj)ailv, due .'1:58 p tn No. 1 1 Daily, except Sunday 0:1-3 n ni No. 21 Dnily, Due 3:15 a in SHOUT DOG No. 1 1' North bound 7:12 p in No. 13 South bound f:' p ni WSfStrcct enr leaves Hotel Jones twenty minutes before schedule time for train a Cumberland Zi, Si. Company. TIM K TAUMiJ South Hound. tiiains: IIAII.Y No. 1, l.vc. Artcmui 7:00 n ni. No. 3, l.vc. Artcfiius 10:25 n ni. No. 5, l.vc. Artcmus 4:15 p ni. No. 35, l.vc. " Sundays 7:30 a in. No. 37, Lve. " Sundays -1:15 p ni North Hound. No 2, Arr. Artcmus 9:10 a in. No. !, Arr. Artcmus 1:20 p in. No, 0. Arr. Artcmus 0:35 p m. No. 30, Arr. " Sunday 0:40 a in. No. 38, Arr. " Sunday 0:30 p m. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

TUB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE gjmMKmtviBtKPmiSXzxiJBJdtun BWW9vinJflKS(Si THE OUNTAHU ADVOCATE h prpt fc t tfe F4t w rJt XT,bc Hxabtng IKlewspapcr in Htno.x County wffl give away 0 5 OLUT rnwnrimniirT-if rftff jf-,ir"rJ "" JcL'Jw JL FREE mssszasxr. a-asti 1914 model"T" ive P Automobil V. "fcjJe & A &$& JL examm SXSLBHai tcgjBaa&jar-ifiiMni MSZaS&BSSIEtt'GBgEafTrZK szaasssxzzxaaaBm mBuazaimm REV. E. R. OVERLEY Of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Barbourville, Kentucky. Sermon Delivered at a Recent Meeting; Subject: 'The Kingdom of God." 'Tliy Kingdom Come,-' Mutt. I, In This l the secnud iutitinn In the prnjor lliut Jesus taught If Ih disciples to pruj. I.ukr : "Ami It came to puss, that itit He was prajlng In a certain place, when he reused, one of IIIh disciples, slihl lllito lilm. Lord, tetieh iim to prcj, as John also taught hU disciples. And lie hiiIiI unto them: When oii pray, say: "Our Kather which art In Heaven, Hallowed li.v 'l'h iiuuie, Thy kingdom come, et...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

SBjjPtvT'"' 7r ,;,!W p yvr ' FPf i-Sf- lH In THE MOUNTAIN -ADVOCATE 11&1 F if. yiv V ; K U. !? tv f P' IB? ii i n Thanksgiving Day Be comes Secular Holiday Dy rENRY M. WJNC, Doeo, Ms. - small company of settlers camo together with a fairly unanimous swelling of hearts in gratitude to the Divine Providence of their belief. All were probably present or accounted for, and never waa congregation more in accord. Its members felt alike, thought alike and expressed themselves in tho same gravo ways. In its conception and tho response which it nwoke the first Thanks giving day was no doubt n religious event ; its feelings and aspirations were those of religious emotion as distinguished by psychologists nowadays from tho lucubrations of tho intellectual or rationalist point of view. And 60 very likely the day continued to be celebrated for several pcasons in a manner perfectly valid because spontaneous and inevitable. Later on, had some forceful,, optimistic deacon carried the motion tha...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

I'ilii hOUNTAIft .A-UVbcSTB . ' " ' , i ''':. '.V iXiWKMi mm m ? Statement of. ' ''"'"Tr?"' '"' 'M I THE KNOX COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION . ' "9 THE M6UMTAIM ADYOCATE WJW.lSHKn KVKhY TR1BAT AT BAIlHOUUVILUi.KKNTL'OKY ROYAL Baking Powder 1913. ' ASSETS LIABILITIES REAL ESTATE $3420.00 CAPITOL STOCK $3420.00 OATALOOITK ADS $ KUDO KUNNING KXI'RNSKS lttul IMUViI.KOKS 4U7.70 PKKMIUM8 W4.48 UATK KKUEIl'TS 1:100.75 10 PKIl CENT DIV'I) M'J.OO AUTO & WAOON HlWKIl'TH 02.GO HAL. IX TltEAHUHKJl UOo.tU NOTK COLLECTION 116.00 UOODH SOLD & KTC SW.26 ai2.) is'.'.'jo W. II. McDonald Kbitor Kntorwl in Hecoml-nim. Muttwr February 10, (Mil nt tlio Pmtnllloo nt HArbourvllle. Ky., unilKt Act of Conirenf March a. IWV. Ono Dollar Per Year in Advance r "'OoPE i B i t The ortlclal Oman or the Republican Parly In Knox County. A DANGEROUS LAW. An not. of Congress recently passed known as the "Kahn Act" seems to have caused con sternation in the ranks nf Amer ican manufacturers. It is an example of how easi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

TM MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . V i x CHRISTMAS GIFTS By JULIA BOTTOMLEY. The Immense variety In ribbons per mits an unondlng variety In fancy tags, and they will play their usual prominent part at Christmas tlmo. The rich brocades and heavy weaves In plain ribbons are used for opera bags And for the handsomo shopping bags which city women And It convenient to carry with them whon thoy have .small purchases to mako and Intond carrying them home. Ribbons In light er weight, such as tho Dresdcns, In taffeta, which are found In so many "beautiful donlgns, aro chosen for all 'those bags that form accessories to tho furnishings of tho home. Among rtheso, thoso with flowered patterns on ;a plain silk ground having wldo bor dots of gauze aro tho newest and most beautiful of tho Benson's offerings. :8uch a ribbon la shown hero In tho '.pretty corset bag plcturod. A now design In n Bhopplng bag which may bo made long enough to -answer tor a music roll as well, Is plc turod. It Is mado of brown ribbon...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 November 1913

'' y. TUB MOUNTAIN' ADVOCATE ""V" i. .? v tv 1 F I- A I '$100 Reward $100 The reader of this pnpor will be pleased tolonrn thnt there In at leant eno dreaded disease that science hns been nble to Curo In nil IU stages, and tluit Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I tlio only Kaltlvo euro now known to tho niiMllcnl fraternity. Catnrrh being u eonstltulonnl dlB enso requires u constitutional treat ment. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, noting directly upon the blood anil muounus surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foun dation of thedlxeae, and giving tlio patient strength by building up the constitution and nsslstlng nature In doing its work. The proprietors hiivoso inueh faith in ltn curative powers that theyulTer One-Hundrod Dollars Tor any ease that It fails to to euro. Send for list of test! inoninN. Address, K.J. C1IKNKY A CO. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75e. Take Hall" Family Pills, for Con stipation. I ' 1 " ! " S I' ' Gray Hair Muilc Its Original Color...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

1 -"":. ;- mtuhin 'i . fc tu ' 1 .. y f i&. w. B&. Ii. . Official Orftn of the Republican Party in Knox County. ' V , New Series: Vol. 3. No. 8. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, November, 28, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 jliaitaftde. ne s - T H Report Of The Grand Jury 'reports tlmt they have completed iincir investigations 01 iiiiccu wuiu- For The November Term, 1913. In The Knox Circuit Court Wlihinand Por The 34th Judicial District of Kentucky, Before Honorable Plem D. Sampson, Circuit Judflc. The Grand Jurors of Knox Coun ty, Kentucky, Empaneled, sworn and charged to inquire within tint! for the County and Stnte aforesaid, nt' the November term of said court in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred thirteen, hereby respectfully submit the following report: .TJiat this Grand fury was empan eled, as above set out, on the third day of November, in the yenr of our Lord nineteen hundred thirteen, and tions of the law in Knox County and arc now ready to adjourn, all of which ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

r,t H?M ' . . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f IA s I ' EffECT VOTE FEB. I .DEBATE ON CURRENCY MEASURE TO LAST UNTIL END OF SPECIAL SE8SION. -MADE UNFINISHED BUSINESS 'Agreement to Consider Het:h Hetchy and Alaskan Road Bill Will Delay Senator Owen Argues for Wilton Act. Washington, Not 25. The currency 1)111, with tho amendments proposod by the dtvldod sonate banking and currency committee, was laid beforo tho senate- on Saturday. Debate on the measure began, but the flnnl vote la not expected much before Febru ary 1. Tho two factions of tho committee, headed by Senator Owen and Senator Hitchcock, filed their divergent vlows on tho administration mcasuro and tho bill as passed by tho liouso was made tho "unfinished business" of tho sen ate. Senator Owen fired the opening gun In tho debate for tho administration forces. Senator Hitchcock will follow with an attack on tho administration's proposals In a speech setting forth the position of his faction of the commit tee. From today until tho e...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f v.ttfl k' WEDDING OF MISS & 4 ?vtf &v SSjS? i" v ' f j 4&bsbh 13 yjflKyMyPiWffritt BfcJCJjwCriTT JP- j Sj P J vlCv VitBeBBBMtlBBy V Washington, Nov. 25.-JcssIo Wood row Wilson, second or President Wil son's throe daughters, was married to Francis Bowes Sayro at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. The ceremony took placo ln'tho east room of tho White House, and was performed by Rev. Sylvester Deach of Princeton, N. J., tho president's former pastor and tho closo friend of tho Wilson family for many years. Tho entire affair was very Bimplo, as had been requested by the bride, and the number of guests was rather small distressingly so to many per sons In ofllclal and social circles of Washington who had expected to re ceive Invitations but wero disappoint ed. Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson, eldest of the threo daughters, acted as maid of honor to her sister, and Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson, tho youngest, was one of the bridesmaids. The threo other bridesmaid...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATK VttSrZSX&VP&J .JT JSFr r V ,' 1 ' I MMa jj-i i i i liiTi - - - J: -. P. . , i -- THE M0UHTA1H ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVKhY FRtDAV AT UAUBOlTKVILLR,KRNTUOkY DAVIS ENTHUSIASTIC Increase In Kentucky Will Total fully One Thousand) Many New Tribes Arc Organized. W. II. McDonald ...Kditor 1 ISFTr' tS?3 -. " ' ' .. FARMER l' ri l!ntrfil i Hennil.Ohvi Matter February i(, lwl nt th Pontotnco At ltarltourvlllc. Ky.. umlwr ActifPonrMof March .1, 1H7I. Alf . linn ttnllnr Pop Vnnr in Advance .. -v "" "",1" . ThcOMclal Oraan of the Republican Parly In Knox County. We were amused at tlio Peo ple's News last week, after it had ripped and roared and ranted a bout tins way the Democrats were being treated who reside in t ho mountains of Kentucky, and after that sheet had said all that it could think of about its own party we thought that it was actually coming to its senses and agreed to everything it said, and congratulated it but low and below in last weeks issue it was ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 November 1913

t.Z um-y- JJHE MOUWTAL NTAIMADVr IV UJit W& JP" m-. 4 r 9? K-v f f mi ftp meQKK ygtWFM The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of any kind, caif change the fact that Royal Baking Powder has been found by the offi cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency free from alum, and of absolute purity and wholesomencss. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and Olias Davis, Great Sachem of tho Imp. O. R.M., left for Louis ville, Ky.,laRt night. P. D. Black, of the firm of Mack and Owens, attys., went to Lexington to take in tho foot ball game. f' If you have something to sell, let us tell the people about it through the columns of the Advocate,- it pays to advertise. 0. B. Donaldson, of Gray, Ky., mid ur a pleasant call Wednes day, we are always glad to see him come. Call again 0. B. Old lady Lucinda Hooker died Mo...

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