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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 October 1904

pa SPOT CASH PRICES F flour 80 tHighest patent t Second patens flour 75 Dry snit meat 10 Leaf lard 11 it Good bulk roasted coffee 12 fa Choice bulk rousted coffee 15 17 Ibs granulated sugar 100 > 18 Ibs light brown sugar 100 b 20 lbs medium brown sugar 100 101k f Masons V gal jars Doz QO e Extra good webb halters 15 iVt in double hip stop harness 501 41 k Good harness as low as 275 t Saddles from 250 to 12 50 81I I Log rules very best Z 7t t Barb wire 100 lbs for 300 tSmooth wire 100 lbs for 275 t i Wire nails 4s and up keg 275 ° 5 ft high wire fence per ft 03 It 4Wft high wire fence per ft 02r w Window glass all sizes at I j prices to suit all Jv Nice water bottles 10 j Nice vinegar bottles 10 r > e > Nice Pickle dishes 05 f Table plates per set 30 Table glasses per set 15 I Tea cups and per set 35 r tExtra nice 9 in glass bowls 10 ea Extra nice 5 in glass bowls 05 t4 Everything in my line dirt Iif cheap Ra ji Come and see me whether you ii buy or not e R W COLE iV o = JIf...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 October 1904

I CORRESPONDENCE 1 t6A6t NOTICE TO CORRESFONDENTS All correspondents who write for this paper are requested to report tin news briefly and confine themselves to neivs Puff for merchants come un der tin head o2 > ad locals and would be inserted at the rale of 5 cents per line otherwise we must pencil them lie carefnl not to write anything that will prove offensive to any one a good joke is appreciated by all but we want la make friends and not enemies ofall with whom we come in contact Write on only one side of your pa per and be sure to sign your own name to the manuscript notforpublicalioi but for future reference and to show good faitlta failure to do this will I hereafter necessarily consign your let ters to the waste basket Please read these notes and bear them in mind and write on one sid < of the paper only onlyRcspcclfuWy RcspcclfuWyTHEEDIT01L TILE EDITOR Baileys Switch We had a good rain last Monday night A M Hcmphill deputy sheriff was t j on this creek this week coll...

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 October 1904

r r 7 aP f j I MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 I Entered IIR SwonilClii s Mutter Friday Fobruurv loft 100nt the Instoffiuu nt Iturliourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Conjrresa of Mar Ii Hrd 1870 ti RU1 MOTTO LIVB Foil Unit FIIIKNIIH Do Tilt OKHATKHT AMOUNT or Goon WK Uv TO TUB IAIIOKKT NITNIIEH or reorin I Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1904 First Year Vol i No 36 f I INDICTMENTS In Bell County Result Prom x Eleventh District > Primary ElyclflembcTs of the County Com WSV WSVmittce and One Government Official Caught In the Drg Net Mt l j The grand jury winch has been in session in Pineville for the past two weeks filed their report last Monday in the Bell Circuit J Court C D Ball C C Thomp 1iti 1 Grant Brown Isaac Turner and R T Johnson nil members k tfjf the Republican County Conr f V t fnittee were indicted for alleg 1 y ed nttlfeasance in office in that t lWii < failed to meet and count JhJ Vote of the primary August ijth between D C Edwards and &...

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 October 1904

Try C J THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as Second Cluss Matter February lotli loot at tho Postofllco at lliirbourvllle Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 D WILL ClARKEDITCR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per rear in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty liAo Only Tfowapapor Published in Jfnox County 1 A WORD TO CANDIDATES v We will insert your name and lite Office to which you aspire ill the proper place in this paper and carry the same continuously until the Party Nominees air ahosan for the various offices as follows For Congressional Honors 2000 Judicial District 1500S II Legislative 1000 II Comity Offices Each 500 Magisterial District 250 I Cash in all cases must accompany the order to insure insertion I Call on or Address The Advocate Bart ourrille Ky REPUBLICAN TICKET I For President of the United States HON THODORE ROOSEVELT of New York For Vice President HON CHARLES W FAIRBAN...

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 October 1904

SPOT CASH PRICES I Highest patent flour 80 Scqond patens flour 75 Dry salt meat 10 I Leal lard 11 Good bulk roasted coffee 12Vf f IChoice bulk rousted coffee 15 v 17 Ibs granulated sugar 100 18 Ibs light brown sugar lOC A 20 Ibs medium brown sugar lOC 22 lljp Dark brown sugar lOC I t Masons 6gal jnrs Dz GC Extra good webb halters If t 1 Vt in double hip stap harness 50C Good harness as low as 275 T Saddles from 250 to 125C t Best grin stone 81 < Jog rules very best 72 i Lumber rules very best 7c s Harb wire 100 Ibs for 30C Smooth wire 100 lbs for 275 i7 x Wire nails 4s and up keg 275 + 1j5 ft high wire fence per ft 03 + i4t ft high wire fence per ft 01h r Window glass all sizes at prices to suit all Nice water bottles 1p Nice vinegar bottles 10 Nice Pickle dishes 05 Tabla plates per set i 30 Table glasses per set 15 Tea cups and saucers per set 35 Extra nice 9 in glass bowls 10 < Extra nice 5 in glass bowls 05 Jt Everything in my line dirt r cheap Come and see me whether you 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. — 21 October 1904

h GORRESPONENGEOontlntiiHl 4 OontlntiiHl from Unit umgI Brush Creek I Our part of the country is in a very nourishing condition with the prospect of u railroad going 2up our creek soon Most of the land owners have agreed with the company upon the rightoi way for the new road We ex pelt a great development in tht coal fields of Brush creek Ret estate is at least forty per cent higher here now than ever IK fore and in the near futur Brush creek will be one of tht best business places in Kno t county countyT T J Hembree son iulaw of the Hon G N Buehannon hus bought the old Ilemphill farm Buch says that as soon as has his soninlaws saw that he was go ling to he elected jailor the Iwunted to hug in close I We are entertaining ourselve in discussing the election Then seems to be a great interest in our section in the primary es pecially in the race for Count Judge Our people have bee voting for 1utIgt Wyatt for year and have done more in securinj his election to oilice than a In other par...

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 October 1904

I VF s rrr D t r JIIf I T < hi r urir MOUNTAIN ADVOCATt a II Entoredaa BC90ndcla81 latter Friday February Il1thloo1 at the Posto11uc Rt lJuoourvlllo Knox County Ky under Ad ot Congrcu ot Mnreh 3n1189 lOTTOJlvz FOil OUI1 FltlZlCbADo Tm OREAlrRT AXOUNT or Goon Wr i iz TO Tnt LAROEIn YUXni n or llorrr = = KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1904 First Year Vol I No 37 > F Terms 5I Per Year In Advance BAIBOURVILLE EARL FAULKNER u r Son of Judge H C faulkner > > Died Monday Morning After a Short t 1 Illness I f > KrtOW truly it is said that the l good die young I Little Earl was favorite child 1 W h S vith the untire town Unlike most boys of his age he neve if found pleasure in annoying large ones or trying to disobey the wishes or request of his parents A OJ y the street he was alwayi I v manly and polite to all he meti ti Last Saturday night one week > ago at the family home on Mail street ho thinking to have some innocent sport prepared what is 1 familiarly known to the child...

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 October 1904

r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE a Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky t > khtorcd as SecondClass Mutter February loth lI1lnt tho Iostolllco nt llarbourvlllo Ky under Act Of Oonjfross of March 3rd 1871 = 0 < WILL CLARK t EDITOR AND PUBLISHER A l If Subscription Rates 100 per year inSulvance to Everybody Tho Official Organ of tho Republican Party in Knox Connty 1 ounlyt > f 1 as A WORD TO CANDIDATES I I t t We will insert your name and the Office to which you aspire in thcjpropct < place in this paper and carry the same continuounly until the Party Nonrinm < ire chosen for the various offices as follows 1 4 For Congressional Honors 2000 1i Judicial District 1500 I U Legislative t 1000 i 1 U County Offices Each 500 i t Magisterial District 250 Cash in all cases must accompany the order to insuro insertion Call on or Address The Advocate Jiarlounnllo Ky t REPUBLICAN TICKET For President of the United States I HON THODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTI Kbr Vice President HON CHA...

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 October 1904

SPOT CASH PRCES Highest patent flour 80 Second patens flour 75 Dry snlt molt 10 Leallnrd1 Leallnrd1Good Good bulk roasted coffee 12V t Choice bulk roasted coffee 15 17 Ibs grnnulnted sugar 100 ° 18 lbs light brown sugar 101 fii 20 tbs medium brown sugar 10 j i22 lbs Dark brown sugar 10 5 vMnsons Vfc gal jars Doz 60 60fIf 1t 4 in double hip stop harness 50C > Good harness as low as 275 r I Saddles from 250 to 125C i Best grindstone 80I hog rules very best 75 A Lumber rules very best 75 J Barb wire 100 lbs for 30C > Smooth wire 100 Ihs for 275 ° Wire nails 4s and up keg 275 > 5 ft high wire fence per ft 03 v446 ft high wire fence per ft 02V Window glass all sizes at t prices to suit nil Nce water bottles 10 Nice vinegar bottles 10 Nice Pickle dishes 05 Table plates per set 30 Table glasses per set 15 a 1 Tea cups and saucers per set 35 Kv Extra nice 9in glass bowls 10 pjs Extra nice 5 in glass bowls 05 jpv Everything in my line dirt jK x cheap tome and see me whetheryou pH bu...

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 October 1904

CORRESPONDENCE 800 osaa QLi I Hopper ° j Left over from last week hereI Sorghum making is all the go here nowQuite Quite n number of candidates ore out atpresint We predict that somc i of them are likely to he defeated Autumn is here with her beams i autumn spreads her cool I11nntle over 4 the mother earth as the slIn sinks behind the horizou of this t sweet land of ours Quite a number of people nttcudi I a funeral at Bull creek Sunday Your correspondent with 8eCInl friends > attended n good oldfas ioned Baptist meeting at Crane Nest lAst Sunday I November 12th is close at hnnd when some one of our candidates or friends or candidates ns thaw tlrm themselve siml hear that terri l 1l doom announced upon iJiem hLi110W r yet rot Judging the future br the IH1SiJ precincts of Girdcr Stinking Qeek ants I iat Lick cannot be wrong nrl they arc saving to Mr M G Hig nite Flem D SSmpson and C C Smith t icntlrmcn give yourselvi no uneasiness on the 13th of Novel ber YOU will go through on thl...

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 November 1904

< < A RA il b r IJ t < t ii rr7 b yTfW jr f ¼ LIOIJNTAINr e 1 + r Kntorcil us Socondrinss Mutter KrMay February loth Hot nt the Postotlloo nt llirboiirvlllc Knux County Ky under Act of CongroM of March Ird IfTfl MOTTO Live Kot nUlL VIIIRNUH Do Tile OIMUTHHT Axouxr OK Goon WK fAN TO Till LAUOHST NITMHHU or 1noifn t < I Terms 1 Per Yeanln Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1904 First Year Vol i No 38 1I T A TRIP To the Mountains of Ken I R tuck v on September Sfi 26th 1904 X < jWritton for Mountain Advocate Xi i uJi i t On the above morning I board jA pfjjd the 542 train at Bowling iGreen Ky and started OIia journey to Barbourville by way of Louisville to the Kentucky Annual Conference which was r held September 29 1004 reach ing Louisville at 12 m Then waiting with several of the broth + ren of tho Louisville district for the 8 a m train wo started for alai seat of conference speeding i > r away through the mountains and f H Yalhiys viewing the beautifu...

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 November 1904

Bublishe Wt r < r Every Friday at BarbtfurvillcrKentucky ST KnlotvU as SocohilClafr Matter February 10th 1WM at the 1ostofllco nt Ilarbourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 187V A WILL Ci RKEDITOR AND PUBLISHER > Subscription 1 Rntes 100 per venr in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty ConntyF Vhe Only yfotaapapar Published in Knox County r A WORD TO CANDIDATES Y 7 111a will insert your name and the Office to winch you aspire in the proper > laceiji this paper and carry the same continuously until the Party Nominees ae cloiJcl for the various offices as follow wj i For Congressional Honor 2000 Ifefc t Judicial District 1500 yr 41 Legislative 1000 RVv II County Offices Each 500 Ilpv V Magisterial District 250 Cash in all cases must accompany the order to insure insertion Call on or Address Tho Advocate Barlourville Ky < REPUBLICAN TICKET flFor President of the United States i HON THODORE ROOSEVELT l r f of New York l6r Vi...

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 November 1904

Spot Cash Prices I rPrices for Spot Cash I have just received a car of 30000 pounds of wire nails And galvanized O t wire and am compelled to sell them 1 cant afford to hold all this stuff rj to sell out in the regular way as it tapes too longto sell it so I have de i cided to sell at the following prices for a short time Wire nails Gs up to GOs 250 per Kegv Barb wire hobor cattle 100 pounds 285 Smooth wire No9 100 Ibs 250 k Smooth wire No 10 100 tbs 255 Smooth wire No 11 100 Ibs 260 Nails in small quantities 03 Now is the time td buy wire and nails for use next summer It is very doubtful about getting anything like this price then R W COLE s AV > s v vLOCALS f1 S wVt VtiwS aAvStAw1e A aA1a1 N Bring in your samples of corn f Dont forget the corn proposition If you wart one of the cash prizes I bring in your corn N A little ad in the ADVOOATE uy may bring you big results Try 7t it und be convinced ftl There were a number of pranks played by the young folks of the town an Halloween...

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 November 1904

CORRESPONDENCE a Il stIM s Brush Creek iv Loft over from lust week 1 i A very large number of our citizens r + attended the opening of the cam pnign nf Barbourvilie Mrs John R Ricketts who has been very ill lor some time is im 1 proving some We hope to see her ti able to stir about very soon r Bid S D Tinsley is having a new house built near the site where he < now lives S L Lewis is also build ing a new residence with Dr E J r 1Dennis as general manager The principal talk in all the races seems to be in the County Judges Our people think that is the office kS r which + s most important to them iWe kpow that judge Wyatt has + y made several races on the one bridge Y < he claims to have built across the Cumberland rind he is still running upon that platform Our people t i have had a good deal of confidence in him and believed him n fair hon = oroble gentleman willing to abide > by the will of the majority but in the last primary after our people had placeds srmuch confidence...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 November 1904
Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 November 1904
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 November 1904

fi 1 tbtM 0 LJ NTAIN1A I V O ATE ur j f f Entered as SocoiulClau Matter Friday February 10th 1001 nt tho iostolltoo at 11arhourt tile Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 u J 1 MO OLIVE Foil Our FIUBNIJH Do TUB OHKATKST AMOUNT or flooii WE OAN TO Till LAIIOKST NOXDEII or PKOPIE I Terms IP Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER n 1904 First Year Vol i No 3 V UNPRCDNTDVICTORY t rP 1 f1ieyedbvJl PUblicans Throughout the United States < r jht i r LastTuesday t w t ° ftixj tt h t I I r Roosevelt and Fairbanks Swept Every Doubtful State and Received the f J Largest Popular Vote Ever Given Any Ticket JteV fi t i i > r f i In the United States > t ij I tV Will Receive 341 of tHe 476 Electoral Votes WHile ParKer Gets Only 135 Votes f r < fr r 5 t President Roosevelt Delighted With the Result = = Says He Will no More a f f Be A Candidate For Presidency J I wi The great battle of the ballots was Bought at the polls last Tues day aind the result ...

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 November 1904

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky r Entered M SocondClasi Matter February 19th 1W at the Pontofflco at Uarbourvlllc Ky EL under Act of Congress of larch 3rd 1879 o WILL CLARKMmMMMMMMIDITOR sND PUBLISHER LAS Subscription Rates 100 per vcnr in advance to Everybody The Official Organ ef the Republican Party in Kitex Ccnnty TTfit Only iwapaper ffubttahcl tit X vex County k ANNOUNCEMENTS t FOR COUNTY JUDGE t Wo arc authorized to announce l J S MILLER na h cnndldnto for nvelectlun to the ofllco of County Judge of Knox county subject to il e notion of the Republican primary Nor 5i100l Li W 0 are authorized to announce FV J T STAMPER Its a candidate for the offlco of County JudB of Knox County subject to the action of the Republican primary Nor 13 IWM wo are authorized to announce T J WYATT its n cnndldnto for the offlco of County Jud of Knox county subject to the action of the ftgpuhllcnn primary Nov 12 1904 FLEM D SAMPSON lila candidate for the ofllco o...

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 November 1904

Spot Cash giccs Prices for Spot Cash It I have just received a car ol 30000 pounds of wire nails and galvanized t wire and am compelled to sell them 1 cant afford to hold all this stuff + r to sell out in the regular way as it JbtaiiKes too long to sell it so I have dc V ied to sell at he following prices I for a short Jipji to i ft f r Wire nails 6s up to 60V 250 e r per keg 3 Barb wire hog or cattle 100 I pounds 285 1 Smooth wire No 9 100 Ibs 250 Smooth wire No 10 100 Ibs 255 k = Smooth wire No 11 100 Iba 260 t Nails in small quantities 03 I Now is the time to buy hire and nails for use next summer It is very > doubtful about getting anything like this price then R W COLE A VAYItAVCICWJflJ v tv rLOCALS 4V vV A V r s Bring in younsamples of corn Dont forgctthecprn proposition < i > If you want one of the cash prizes bring in your corn Born To the wife of Prof Will Faulkner a daughter I I Miss Maggie Jackson has moved r from Mnin street to her country 0 home r J 1 j The ele...

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 November 1904

mI II i I CORRESPONDENCE 11 tVI v NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS r ti1rl correffpundcnts who write for ff Aw paper are reijnested to report tin Acre briefly and confine themselves news Puffs for merchants come tin jlSer the head of paid local ai > duouli tbe inserted qt the rate of 5 cants put fUn othencise tee man t 1Jtmdl them t rBE carotid not 10 wrile anything tha g witt prove offensive to ainj one a good lJoke is appreciated by all but we wan i0 Make friend and not enemies of all tjftwitjt whom we come in contact fc Write on only one side of your pa fjpergnd be sure to sign your otvn name ixfy the manuscript not for pnblieatiot but for future reference and to show u good aideu failure to do thin will Kjjieraifer necessarily consign your let jers to the waste basket Hp Phase read these notes and beat wfhemin mind and write on one side jfafi the paper onlyllrspectfully Itcxpect fully THE EDITOR t Kt m Girdler tB P Walker was visited by his father last Sunday KII T Calvin Young left ...

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