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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 November 1904

w 1 rNOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r x Entered as SecondClass Matter Friday FoVunry Inth IflJt at the Ionafllco nt Ilnrbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 1 r I MOTTO LIVK Fou Hun FILE iai Do TUB OIIIUTIUT AMOUNT or Goon WB UN TO TUB LAROEBT NUMDEU or PEOPLE i tiir Terms Si Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEHBER 18 1904 First Year Vol i No 40 yy rtr nsaw n REPUBLICAN I REPUBLICANPRIMARY PRIMARY A A Passed Off Last Saturday 6 With More Interest 7 Vthan Any Elec r tion Eyer Held in Knox County 1 r S inpson Led the Ticket bv on Enormous Majority N Jl While Some of the Rqces were Rather Close Lay and Parlscr Doth Proved to be j Good Runners In their Re spectivc Races ps r > spur more than six months tliort t > has been a campaign waged ill < 1 this county for the noiniimtior i fil tor the various county oliices k r he filled next year And from gLtw beginning there has been linoro or less interest in many of the races y The County Judges race ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 November 1904

i I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE < ° published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky < Entered as SecondGlass Matter February Kith 1001 at tbo Iostoffleo at Irarbauri1111y < umlor Aet of Coujfross of March 3rd 1870 z 6 ClARKEDITCR arl0 PUBLISHER p WILL CLARK f r Subscription Rates lOQ per vent in advnncQto Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty P line Only Tfowapapar Published in Knox County REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election 1905 Jjjr County JuJjto Flora D Sampson b > Attorney W U Lay + Clerk C C Smllh iSherllt Dan IL Williams 1 v > Jailer A N Uuuhnnan Suptof Schools lien K Parker Assessor O II Mammons f t Surveyor W1 Wustortluld jl Coroner lllrim Yoary FIRST DISTRICT t For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Itlotiimlson l SECOND D1STU1CT > 7Eor Magistrate W H Burob X > constable C H 1lxman I a t T1IIKU DISTINCT Iter Magistrate W M Miller l Constable Sim ShushQr UISTlUCTi i T i > iF6rMiurlstrato John W Mossar ninghamc v FIFTH ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 November 1904

r I I J j I hi < c c Prices for Spot Cash J First patent flour per sack 80 First patent flour per bbl 050 Second pntent flour per sack 75 IS Second patent flour per bbl 010 l Kxtrn good grindstones 80 IKst dirt shovels 45 Spades all steel 50 Coal shovels large size 65 Grain scoops large size 75 Galvanized barb wire 285 Galvanized smooth wire No9 250 Wire nails per keg 250 rIVire nails less than keg 03 V 17 lbs granulated sugar 100 1 18 Ibs light brown sugar 100 i 20 Ihs medium brown sugar 100 Jo lbs dark brown sugar 100 1 10 quart water buckets 15 Dont overlook my immense line of J5And 10 cent good Prices on them 1 will astonish you It will be toyour wittfbeHto I A interest to see my lIt of Harness Saddles Enameled ware and china I ware before buyi g elsewhere E Vv OO Ld t t l t A 4 It LOCALS T s r da yv rti + aGxx e atay Bring in your samples of corn The woods are full Uri roUrSJ iroI > A itS Dont forget the corn proposition Next Thursday will be Thanksgiv ing a < Hunters ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 November 1904

ty C 0 M f Tnrr Berbourville a Model School Town I r < The question is often tisko jp why Barbourville does not have g full schools like many other B towns whose surroundings tuu g 1 y not so good us ours and which ureI j not so well located geographic jv ally speaking Wo may not he v able to give a correct answer toj I this question but we have hear tj a number of people say that i t j ig because of our own selfishness I 5 We are not loyal as we should he r to our schools It seems that ourI < people have buried theuiselve 1 If wholly in their business and have 1 S jj forgotten how to encourage our ijfcf school people in their efforts IfI S > this town expects to have trooi r and thriving schools our citi j i zens must show a more kindly jpf spirit in this direction jp A word to the merchants p Have you ever thought how much I it meant to you to have 500 stu < dents come into this town and i te remain nine months or each year i µ r It means that you will sell him f dreds...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 November 1904

fC MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE > j sue 1Q I 1 Entered as SecondClass Matter FrMny February 10th 1011 ut the Costofflco nt lUrbourvlIlc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 W MOTTO LIVE Knit OUH FKIENOSDO Tun OHKATKHT AMOUNT or GOOD Wr CAN TO TUB JJANORRT NUXBEK or PEOPLE Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOV l1BER 25 1904 First Year Vol i No 4i WARNING Against SmallPox bV the State Board of 0 Health BOWLING GREEN KY Nov 20 To the People of Kentucky Since January 1808 small pox has prevailed more or less extensively in every county in Kentucky with a total of over 550000 cases and 300 deutheand costing in cash more than one half million dollars besides an estimated loss from interference with business and travel of some thing over one and onehalf mil lion dollars Properly expended this sum would have been more than enough to have guarded the health interests of our people for a generation besides keep ing every resident of the State vaccinated so tha...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 November 1904

1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky i Untoroil as Secoud Class > Uttt Kobruury llHh ItO nt tho rostoillco nt Harbourvlllo Ky uiiUar Act of OoiifrrotsorilureliBnl 18T1 r D WILL CLARK s y EDITOR tNO PUULI8HEH Subscription Rates 100 per veer in advuuq tp liver bojly tr Tho Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty 1 r h e Ony 9f11v1p par Srubliahaci in 2nox County ii REPUBLICAN NOMINEES iFor Novembjr Election 4 J905 Samlmsonu I Ay Attornuy V It Uy fc > Clurk C r fmllh 5v Sliorlff Dun II Williams K Jnllor A X llufluuwn fSuptor Sohools licit K 1nrkor IAssessor 0 11 numinous Hurray or VT P VesterfteW Ooronur 1 1 train recur FIRST DISTHIT 11for Mtiijletriitu Alex M Smith Constable TJI Itiehnriteon SElfOXI DlSTIHCl PorMuiflstruto W II Uurtih OonstubJo Co n 1Iprnmu Tlllltl DISTItlCT ttur UIstnltu W M Millar UOllstnble Sun Shushor JOBltTH lI > TltlCT For hllrl nttojoln w jr 6or Constable llliiKliam FIFTH D1STKIOT Fortuyistmto T G Htimnu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 November 1904

THANKSGIVING THANKSGIVINGPROCLAMATION PROCLAMATION I feel that I great chase to b e thankful Tor blessings received dt r ing the pnst year I have been blessed With good health nnd LP splendib trade Notwithstanding the fact that the oil boom has gon down and conditions for trade are not near so good as they were last year I have sold condsiderable more goods this year than lastr This fpct1 alone causes me to be very i thankful to Almighty God lor his mercies and blessings and to my friends and customers for so gener ous y patronizing me I am very thankful I can truly I > say that during the past year I have to follow the Golden Rule doing unto others as I would have them do unto me During this next year my aim will be to give the best goods for the least money I feel that I have in a measure pleased my trade during the past year but wiil try to more than please them this year Again thanking one and all for past favors and trusting that I may merit a continuance of the same I am ve...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 November 1904

M v CORRESPONDENCE NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS All correspondents who write for this paper are requested to report th news briefly and confine themselves to news Puff for merchants come tin der the head of paid locals and wouli be inserted at the rate of 5 cents 1er line otherwise we must pencil hem Be cartful not to write anything tha will prove offensive to ant one a good joke is appreciated by all but we wan to make friends and not enemies of all with whom we come in contact IVrile on only one side of your pa per and be sure to sign your own naiii to the manuscript for IHlhlicaliOtL ltd for future reference and to show good aillla failure to do this will hereafter necessarily consign your let ters to the waste basket Please read these notes and bear them in mind and write on one Bide of the paper only onlyRespectfully RespectfullyTIIEEDITOE TIlE EDITOR o flat Lick Left over from last weekJ > Many were surprised last Sunday morning to see a deep snow on the ground v Mr and Mrs Kin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 December 1904

i t MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE a Entered as SecondClass Matter Friday February 10th 1001 at the PostolHco At Burbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 3879r r ye 7 MOTTOLivE Foil OUR FUIKNDS Do TUB OREATKRT AMOUNT or GI OD WK OAK TO Tai LAHOMT NOXBKH or PEOPLE q = r Terms i Per Year In4 Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1904 First Year Vol i No 42 r n OUR COUNTY COUNTYROADS ROADS > lill Soon be Beyond Re 3 demption if Some Steps L i ore not Taken One of our most thrifty and successful farmers was a caller at this office this week and in commenting upon the condition of our county roads said that they would soon be in such a con dition that it would be next to impossible for tie public to trav el them and that if the proper efforts were put forth they could be placed in a condition that would permit of travel at any nil < all seasons of the year He further said that he had offered to furnish plenty of stone to macadamize the road in this neighborhood b...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 December 1904

j PTHE MOUNTAIN ADvocATE published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Rntljrod as BocondClnis Matter February lOtli IDOt at tho INwtoffleo at llarbourvllle Ky JEKjaiii under Act of Congress of March On 180 0 d WILL ClARKuEDTCR AND PUBLISHER 7 ubscViptionRntes 10T per eE1r in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connly + ZJii Only yfewopapor Publiahad in Jfnx County j REPUBLICAN NOMIXferS L For NovcmblClElect on J905 or ouniy Jndg + Flom D Snmpsoi + Attorney W It Lay Clerk C C Srallh mllh4burur + a Jailar 0 N liucbuiinn t 5 S uptof Schools Hen E Vnrkor kstsscssnr 0 II Hamruons Surveyor AV V Wcstcrlleli tOmner Uinun Yeary KIUST DISTRICT tur3laglstnlto Alex M Smith Goiistable T M Hlclwnlson SECOND D1STIUOT F rMagtstrato wII Burch Constable C n IMjfinnn i TUMID DISTINCT EarMnjrl8trato W M tillor tillorc FOIMITH UISTiUCT S rWajjistriite John W Mower Constable IInKbllm t FIFTH DISTRICT igSiMnkwtrntc T G Hiimmoas 3 Constable Smith > W V SIXTH DISTIN...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 December 1904

1 1 f Prices for Spot Cash 25 Ibs dark brown sugar 100 20 Ihs medium brown augur 100 17 Ibs light brown sugar 100 I 16 Ibs rIIl1uln tee Hugnr 100 + First patent flour per sack 80 < Second patent flour per sack 75 g n pitckagey twopound Victor tgVonts r 25 Wfl packages twopound Bonnie oats i 25 I4 Scotch oats per package 10 vDry salt meat 10 Silver leaf lard 11 Pint jar preserves 05 fv 3quart jars apple butter 25 mustard 25 > 3jant pure l11u t 0 bars Big Deal soap 25 C 6 bars SXyiltts pride soap 25 H 12 bars Ark soup 25 t < > bars1 2 inch olive oil soap 25 1 Good pink salmon per can 10 bjStar ball potash per ball 7V p Gin inc Shaker brooms 25 r Extra good web halters 15 Stage breeching one inch 250 Yankee breeching 1JA inclics s lest double hip straps 500 t All other sizes in breeching in proportion C Barbwire best galvanized 285 p Smooth galvanized wire 250 Wire nails per keg 250 > Jsood dirt shovels 45 f All steel spades 50 y Best coal shovels 05 f Large grain scoops...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 December 1904

J r o iiii 0 = i cy n F CORRESPONDENCE I lrlLflt J i NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS 4 I u iLIl corripnndenlis who write for s < ilw paper fire requested to report the ° 4twosbritrly and confine III1m WIVt8 to dates l itft Jill merchants come un lcrtw head of paid locals and would be inserted at the rate of 5 cents per i i line otherwise toe must pencil Ihem If Be cartful not to write anything that j C will prow offensive to any one a good ly joke is appreciated by all but we goodI f to make friend and not enemies of all I 3 < wltoJunn we conic ill contact i Write un only ono side of your pa I f > per ml be sure to sign your own name t po the manuscript not fir publication flmt fur future reference and to show f good fiiiiit failure to do this will j hurcajter necessarily consign your let f > ers to the waste basket l Phase read these notes and bear bearI i of iho paper only Respectfully THE ED IVOll Bryants Store 1 s The people of this place arc gener ally through gathering co...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 December 1904

t r MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 4e n V t Entered sSecondClal8 fatter Friday February t9tbtgU at the pOlltomco at Darbourv1l1o Knox County Klunder Ad of CongreslI of March 8rdl8N i MOTTO LIVE FOB OOK FKIESDB Do THE OIIEATMT AMOUNT or GOOD WK OAK TO TUB LAHOUT NUMBER or PEOPLE I I 1 > Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904 First Year Vol i No 43 CALEB POWERS GETS ANOTHER TRIAL i j Jhe Court of Appeals Has Again Said that A Fair Trial was M > Y af 1 Denied The Prisoner j t e IFk I The I Sentence of Death was Set Aside and Another Trial Ordered < 1 1 for Almost Five Years Mr Powers Has Been Confined Behind Prison Bars and on Three Different aces 4 J k t sions Has been Tried For His Life Iii Every Instance From the Beginning to the Present Time the Triol Court Has Failed to Give the Prisoner fl Fair Trial and A New Trial Results b i The Court of Appeals in an r opinion delivered by Judge Bar ker Tuesday last reversed the Scott Circuit Court in the cast of...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 December 1904

i IfP 1 r to v jr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky KBtored as SecondClass Mutt or February 19th 1901 nt thn Postotnco at Ilarbourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 IILCLARK r EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Sul criptionRatesrliOO per venr in advance to Everybody l The Official Of fan ef the Republican Party in Knax Ceimty 1 osI i i VIOnly tfiutapttfttr Published In Jfnx County II t 1 PUBLICAN IfiOMI EES x For Novemfcr EJectfea 1905 or County Judge Flora D Sampson > Attorney W It fay Clerk C i Hmllh Sheriff Dan II Williams a Jailer n N Buchanan SUIt of Schools Hen E Parker > v y AsessorO II Huminons JV Surveyor W K Wcstcrllold ° > Coroner Hiram Yenry JFtnST niSTUlQT gor Magistrate Alex M Smith Jjjtf Constable T M Richardson J > SECOND DISTRICT for MaglstrntP W If Burch < Constable Co U Plgman y THIUD DISTRICT For Magistrate W M Miller Constable Sim Shusbcr FOURTH DISTRICT For Magistrate John W Moasor Constable JJ1nKham FIFTH DIST...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 December 1904

r u k r 5anta hus i a RW > COLES 1 TlteInrgcst and best selected fine ofVfine China ware ever in Harbour villew is now on sale at Coles Prices from 5 cents up to as high as you want them r You can get a present to suit your sweetheart friend mother father son daughter brother sister aunt I uncle grandfather grandmother t gYedtgrandfnthcr1 g r e a tg r ah d mother great uncle great aunt white servant colored servant pretty girl ugly girle or old maid If you want to get exactly suited both in quality and price go to Coles v J f 11 a aMl prices quoted last week at f Coles still hold good r Dont forget that Coles goods always are right both in quality and price Did you hear me I said to not forget that Qolcs goods are always right both in quality and price m A v LOCALS 1 f IS l1 J v s This section has been visited by a line rain and the wells are filled now with water ° This office has printed this week the minutes of the North Concord Association of Baptists besides the other job wo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 December 1904

CIRCUIT COURT f Continued Com first plUtO After the grand jury was sworn in 4hv the two petit juries woro i A 4 made up as follows JURY NO 1 ft Elijah Black Sam Thompsoi fitDoatoii Frank Diney S t H Black J F Huxvn K E Slaw or C C Smith H H ti Powell Thomas Drake T L r f AVesterlield and D IT Williuim fitatrnr No2 d p D Harkleroad Alox Staiu 8 berry Richard Goins James Me b f Donald J Jr Beatty John B vJbios W C Judd Alex War e field Joe Dizney John King au t1 F r Mitchell i After the juries were made up l the court gave a very length I aml for1Pnl instruction to the v grxlid jury in which he nid in part In spite of the kicking fLwhich in the most part is fooliV kicking there must hshp Ctakeu to erect a new Court Chouse Ht caHed attention to I the fact that two or throe juror I Vo excused because of the fuel r tlrit they were not strong physi cally and in order to do jar I service they would he cotiipellei t1 sit ill a cold room without a I fir iiiie taut ivere deliberating in the j...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 December 1904

vo TT pC MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Idr Entered ns PcoondClnsa Matter Friday Fobruurv 10th IWt at tho Poetot leo nt Darbourvillo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 i MOTTO LIVE Foil ova KuiKNns Do Tan OUBATKBT AMOUNT or bonwE clAN TO TUB LARGEST NUMBER or PEOPLE I i Terms il Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1904 First Year Vol i No 44q NEW COURT HOUSE z is J k I Question Being llscusscd by Many ot OurCltlzcns > I It was remarked by a citizen who lives out in the county last > yeek while in town that there is ho doubt but what the MOUNT AIN AnVOCATK is educating thp ± people to the fact that we must f Jjhaye a new Court House and if a i the knocking is kept up it is sure to come r t 4This is a bit encouraging Weave t hovc done our best to convince Y > thejpubliq of the Importanceof jbthis step Everyone knows the Enced of Itr have from time iMto trine pointed out the facts I f Jjand made it so clear that any r mnn in Knox county who will...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 December 1904

w f o ly er < k THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE n Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky i Kntercd as SecondClass Matter February 19th loot at the Ioitofflco at llarbourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 ti ry J WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER S Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody Tho Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County Uha Only Tfowapapir Publahed in Jfnx County > a 1 w REPUBLICAN NOMI REs For November Election 1905 For County Judge Horn ft Sampson Attorney W It My Clerk C C Smllh Sheriff Pan II Williams a Jnllor a N Ducbanan Supt of Schools Hen B Parker V Assessor Q II Hammons 1 Surveyor W F Westorflold Coroner Minim Teary KUiST niSTHlCT if For Magistrate Alex M Smith ii Constable T M Itlclumlsun UlchantsollI f KOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H Hurch I Constable C 11 Plicraan 0 = Bryans Faraway Gaze WHATEVER importance attaches to Mr Bryans latest appearance as a prophet of politics is derived from his insistancc that there i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 December 1904

A1i t ± o POT CA4WH PRICES II 3 packages 2 lb Victor Oats 28 3 packages 2 lb Bonnie Oats 25 1 package Scotch Oats0 19Good Good Evaporated 14lsckes 10 j Fancy Evaporated Peaces 12V 1lb package Seeded Raisins 10 lib package Currants 10 1 Ib package Evaporated Ap pies 10 5 Fancy Timothy Hay per bale 90 I K 100 Ihs Very Best Shipstuff 140 I i Wire Nails per keg 250 1 Wire Nails less tba keg03 i Galvanized Barb Wire 285 e Galvanized Smooth Wire No9 250 Dont fail to see my immense lint of CHRISTMAS GOODS consisting 1 of fine Chum medium priced China i Vases Figures Toilet Sets Water < a Chamber Sets Wine Sets Lamps of l tall kinds Tdple Plated nivcsForKs and Spoons My 5 and 10 cent Line f > are Better than Ever Dont fail to quotedt t Vin the lasTtwo week stil1 hold good e If you want the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE all the time i go to OLD COLES all the time f E vvOOLE 4 f x A l l1Q 4 LOCALS 7 1r V Q 4vVA ISJs I i l lsr Call and see Englands Glove fTree t r Gloves grow on a tree ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 December 1904

wc 1as CORRESPONDENCE i ° NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS All correspondents who write for r this paper arc requested to report the news briefly and confine themselves to 1inews Puffs for merchants come un der the head of paid locals trial would t be inserted at the rate of 5 vents per line otherwise wo must pencil them a Jit cartful not to write anything thai will prove offensive to any one a good oke is appreciated by all bill wo want to make friends and not enemies of all with whom we come in contact Write on only one side of your pa 1k per and be sure to sign your own name to the manuscript not for publication but for future reference and to show i y good tiitlla failure to do this will hereafter necessarily consign your let leIs to the waste basket Phase read these notes and bear them in mind mid write on one tide of the paper only onlyltepecl ltepecl THE fully EDITOR > u Hoppery y 1tveather Snowywet weather nnil mudd roadsCracking Cracking walnuts mid popping I corn is all the go ...

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