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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

..JTHE -MOUNTAIN ADVOCATJE i to t. f- i r is "Mill! IS FOUND U. S, CONSUL REACHES MEXICO CITY LEAVES FOR VERA CRUZ. . (ENVOYS PLAN BOARD RULE Rebel Representative Declares Car ranxa Will Not Join Mediation, Even If Dictator Is Forced Out of the Presidency. Mexico City, May 25. John n. SMI man, vice-consul of the United States at Saltlllo. nbout whoso safety there las been grave disquiet in Washing ton for more than two weeks because of the failure to get any direct word from him, arrived here Friday on j train from the north. lie registered at a hotel as "companion" of J. De Goner, who came from San Luis Po los!, but he went to the Dratlllan lega tion to stay. Ho loft Saturday for the States by way of Vera Crux. The delay In his arrlvalwaVd.uo.to. tho fact that the railroad "tracks were 'torn up at several points and also to isevoral encounters which the military escort of 300 men provided for him and with rebel bands. Galveston, May 25. After spending ten years In Mexico, the last ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

1t r f 4 ' ..t.'.A ..-.- .-..'. -!.- - THE -MOUNTAIN 'ADVOCATE ii - laU -: .. !,? " t fr? T l B : t fr Mr Vr. i " i B '. $&", , WOODFORD IS PIONEER COUNTY IN THE RURAL BETTERMENT MOVEMENT FOR BOTH QIRL8 AND OOYS. DIRECTION OF Y, M, G. A, County Ooard of Education Makes A p. .. proprlatlon for Work Insuring Suo eecs Miss Ada Crott, Secretary. Wfjtirn Newspaper Union News Service. Versailles, Ky. Woodford county, which for some tlmo has been taking advanced steps In tho "rural better Bient" movement, Is to bo the pioneer vounty In extension work among girls and women In rural communities un der tho direction of tho county T. M. C A. The Idea has been In process of development here for somo time and Us success Is now assured by tho county board of- education making an appropriation to tbo work, which, wltu funds already subscribed by public- spirited citizens, enables the W M. C. A, to employ a girls' work secretary, Mies Ada Q. Croft, a member of tho faculty 6f Margaret college, h...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 May 1914

P "j:J Maui :PS9: VHiW -AByOCATlLA ' V' t f BBSS . .r . ' itttl-Aawl-r"-" "AtrrOMOBtL-B! T.RK A-V"' - , a.j Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE ' WOM. TUES. WBD. TflUR, FRI. SA. Sept. 14. 15, 16. 17, 18, 19. 'H W i mi WANT ADS ""HjWfil -T fi V3tLuffla 5SBB :;, '' By "W fc t : Grand Encampment, G. A. R. "W Barbourvifle Honored With The iS65a. Stale EniMil OF WHEN PURCHASING n Piano yon' want the very best. Let in quote you our price before you bnjy Our instrument come direct from factory to you no middleman's profit;' Watson piano co., T..A. Watson, Gen. Mgr., Phone 194, Corbin, Ky. Grand Armv of the Republic 5 j illlvl Sons of Veterans, JUNE 10th & Ulh. All citizens arc requested to decorate then Homes nnd ninrp; of RiminoM. Colors for sale at Cost, at THE GIBSON COMPANY'S Store. . niiimiinimmmnniii swar l ysa&pssr Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New PEE GEEI IIM AI iftSfnairs wnwnpnew S' IT's an easy and inexpensive matter. Simply apply a coat of Pee Gee 11E-NU-LAC and you'll ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

V m: $$$ ''. 4. A i$ 6l!hcCXa.'riON OLT. f ' i f is cJfiscrtATroii "?S85K TJis rm - T " 1 fJW k-O&M?- &M- 4 4. W U750 &&Mfyil sn $" rt OFFK.IAL ORGAN OF 1 MS RfcHJfcLit. PAPI'V IN KNOX COUNT : , .New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 35.- A i i.i ii "i ! i -mmmm i , , , , , , BAEBQU3VILLE, KV., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, ISIS, CM Seris? VolVHi- Ho. 34. ,jjjf iri CUM. I . W if r. lf ffllfl x Mti i i;ij :w v? WrV "-'." r-rSri rM 5R nmA .Sfev . N? -- ' ' " - . ,, UH-U.'H N ION IV ?' 'i :- HM: $?. BW" fc. SV v l & - .,' ' p i4nnn htQ U V3i UUU iLA to To Gome-Barbecue urooo Lernona of s s Kinds, l332" F" J"3 ff9 rnbb Good Music, Good Speaking, This is our First One-COME It wJH Prolafcly Be Our Lefc One, BE SulU" TG rOME. . Jcavur-uaB3nn crwinKXKaamxTr-prr.nKXiTvrrmrirrr". Bfi.Miwaiiiiyifc .The Tompkfit&ville News Is Powers' Enemy. The Tompkinsville News, edit ed by Mr. J. E. Leslie, and pub lished in Monroe county, is not a republican paper. It does not claim to be. Mr. Leslie is not a ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

11 ,'i' V t THE MOUNTAIN .ADVOCATE .. ,'. C a- l R R lp Pidfc- I mi aa i i.i ..... i.p.i.-. "ii I t 969 PERISH IN Great Liner Goes to Bottom at Mouth of St. Law rence River Following a Collision With a Collier. Rimouskl, Que.. May 31 Nino huiv dred and sixty-nine persons lost their lives Friday morning when the great Canadian Pacific twin screw liner Era press of Ireland was rammed amid ships In a thick fog oil Father Point In the St Lawrence and sunk by Uie Norwelglan collier Storstad. Four hundred and eighteen survl vors were picked up from floating wreckage and two lifeboats. And enly 12 of the saved are women fathered piecemeal from survivors the horror of this wreck grows with the telling. Waters Quickly Engulf Ship. Tlin doomed ones had little time even to pray. They were engulfed by the onrushlng wnters that swallowed the big ship Inside of nineteen min utes from the time she was struck. The wireless operators on tho Em press, sticking to their posts to the last, Lad time onl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

THE ' MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE s ' rt. h k f.?!jr J HEP' J' ' Frrtm Pluifalteii t CdRwmr Use Pure Tobacco R Avoid adulterated trust prod ucts that endanger health and happiness. Buy choke grown lobacco in itsnatural state aired ' from growers infieart of Blue Grass 't'lof Kentucky- Unexcelled for 'smoking and chewing, bhipped in cartons, parcel post prepaid at following prices: 2 Pound Cartons $1.00 5 Pound Cartons 3.00 10 Poind Cartons 3.50 When ordering' state prefer ence; strong, mild and medium flavors. Send cash, money or der or bank draft with order. Bank reference. Satisfac tion or money refunded. The Natural Leo! Tobacco Co. P.O. Box 413 Lexington, Ky. A Pre-Eatabllshed Harmony. "Mr. Brown's started his garden. I aw him planting his secda this morn lug." "That reminds mo; it's time I turned the chickens loose." Sometimes Faster. Patience This paper says the heart of n man sitting down beats 71 times a minute. Patrice I suppose it all depends who be is sitting alongside of. Seeing I...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

J' - 7 p- h jQtau - a.1 ' MOUNTAIN -MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE KJK.WHED KVEHY TRIDAfAT ARBOURVILLE,KENTUCUY ' . . . lit. . ,,,if vn4 ; ttr tt ir-Tv v 1 if iirt a. oivijohalu jmuaiik V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor 1 1 ii cttreJ t. PtcouJ.Cla Mnttttr FYlitam )(. 1W U lk 1'OJtjlUvH II. lililluUltlllit, Ky., under Act of Cotiitrttt ui sin.cli J iT One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Urgsn or Hie Ucpuuliihii Psrlv In hnox (ounlv. A10VOCATI ll'l fc Profession! Cards, IN THE BEGINNING In the beginning, and that was a long tune ego, God made the whole bit; round world u'tfd all that if contained therein, and He made the beautiful little streams that trickle down the mountain side: the great springs tKat belch forth it? water in alU'tts purity. He tnude the beautiful rivers and among them H,e made the Cnm , herland, with' it great volume of pure, clt'ar water, and for a lone; time'nan drank not ot these waters, they dug wells and cur ried water fur a great distanca from the prllltfe and other ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

ft BHp . W' THE MOUNTAIN. V.SVQCATI! ' vwR lB fifil3SP v MjjMaMMMrf Ij 'iwiMC."ijrj.T.rVM)''" rtSea j9E Ms Barbourvilfe Baplfel Jnniihile, Where Qpenir.f Secswrn IViil he Held 5S'. ,ij..ijjga-piiltfrj - -s! jL Knov County Cniir! f!t i W.trelh S c c 1 1 . . . -c" : ii JHcf f bb bA i i J fa . -- '- - ...--.- . - ' ' II 1 t I n. i pi i i , i nmmi n "" " " -" - " i - -- ' " " " s - . - ' --.. - Mjw.aMWa '- RnsivnvtliV. Rrntker Ai- ami Mis Ham. h j- .rre crveil -, .. - - ! it p.. 1WW rested Powers and by.?v m,SB ;' B"im ';''8". " .&tewutt Millei and Ma-tr 1-ranl; His Testimony Tried to , costellow David-on. BAH-GV'ti SWITCH ii ii .u Hang Him. It is no it'j-.un Senator, that you should defeat Culeb Powets, because vour Democratic broth erHenrv, ai isti-d Powers on the Goebel chatge, ami pel nutted him, a helpless ptisoner, to be knocked in the head and beut up by a gang 't Democratic hood iums. It id no idseon Senator, that you should life elected to Congress, nvei Power-., becatifce ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE iirtinwite A. R. REUNION, June IO Good Music, Good Speaking. This is our First One-COME II will Proliahly Ho (it- rsci oe, ef minis TO COME. Comniissloiiert- Sale m IV OX CIRCUIT COURT KeU-'icu v. lcue. Plaintiff. v. "fotioo of Sale V ?oah Foim, Kt Al, Dofemlaittd. I 11 w HBHHPHHI i'Br i 'fsfr mctH WA "- Hon. F. D. Sampson, Judge A'ho will deliver an 8s? :; :: - . -: : M llil Hon. James D. Black who will deliver an address on Thursday K V. C. McDonald, Director of Red Man's Band, who KyH&m 9 will furnish music for the occasion. CiHbhSJkI lIV ' ' -..- ; BLHHEh V An Old Barbourville Boy v HRPPHSRPI ; K' Louis D. SaraptoDj President i;t rtouaa&tlim. Thu ccctr&ry J true. BfelHQVBBl KT ' .i.. Kt..n;:noi roi,-- Hi,.en ,.t Fruit adda UiRn Into the :y;t-;n: by B&TiARjR ff' ., , X- a person, who ha rhoumaUsta act IWWBR1WWL. . New York Cty, was a visitor ut the nefldajjy .j BctUaJly havo th f. K Chamber of Commerce yesterday feet at inereaslns tb clkall...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

Z)VF!Wr ' .FEZ v; THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE trt mmm "f -V : p. - . rx;l... ?: i: isl HP I'M $ ROYAL 1. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pur x " Th only Baking Powder medo . frem Royal G rape Cream of T? is WO iU.Uri, NO UfflB PHOSPHATE 1 PER 1 ' PERSONALS W. L. Moss, of Pineville, was here Monday. T. J. Payne, of Arteraus, was io -town Tuesday. T C Parrot, of Knor-Fork, was in town Wedoesduy Dr Wiggington was in Middle boro Wednesday on buiinest. Miss Ella Smith it visiting in Cor bin the Ruest of Mrs Stivers Remember we are still in the print ing business, beating price as usual. (a Bullock and wife and daughter were visitors at the Pinnacle lust Sunday . ReT. R. F. Jordan, of the M E Cbureh South, Piueville, was here Wednesday. R Y Cole has a new porcb, ic adds 100 per cent to the appecrncee of his residence Lookout for Herndon's big ad next week, he is in town with the Great Rexal Remedies The Colored Orchester will furnish music for tha G A R Reunion Wed nesday and Thursday Rev F W Harrup, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

.. THRMOWHTAIN' "ADVOff ATR HhK - A T&v- ' I , tf-' '. ' -' I H . , . E by Mi I piArci 7 homy- ' MOON HAROLD mac gem Pictures CD. b RHOD SYNOPSIS. KIranorK li Toscana was slnRlnic In Part, which, rxrhnr". accountrd for E1-m-ard Courtlandt's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, ho wunJcrcd about where fancy dictated. Ho might be In 1'arls oim day and Kamchatka the next, FollowlHK the opera he rocs to a cafe and Is ac costed by a pretty younc woman. She Ktvea hlra the address of Klora Deslmone. voo.il rival of Toscana. and Flora Blves him the address of Eleanora. whom he Is determined to see. Courtlandt enters Rllanora's apartments. She orders him out and shoots at him. The next day Parts la shocked by the mysterious dis appearance of the prima donna. Realizing that he may bo susperted of the alxiuc tlon of Klennora Courtlandt arranges for an alibi. Eleanora reappears and accuses Courtlandt of having abducted her. Ills alibi Is satisfactory to the police and the thamo Is dismissed...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

rawF, : p.-ij ' 'V. " . ,'.' '' THE MOUNTAIN ADVdCATE 4' - ! Kh' f ?.. lr- - r "" em ' u ' '-TOLD BY SURVIVORS Vivid Stories of Awful Dis ' aster to Liner Empress of Ireland. Montreal, Quo., Juno 1. Exciting and vivid stories of their experiences aro told by survivors of tho disaster that overtook tho liner Empross of Ireland. Mr. Mil Mrs. Henry Freeman of Wisconsin at tho Chatoau Frontenao told of their dash for safety after tho Empress was smashed by tho collier. Mr. Frooman Jumped from his berth, and, soiling a sweater, ho threw It around Mrs. Freeman. In the dark they struggled up flio, companlonway and mado their way to tho port sido, whore tho unmanageable lifeboats , were. 1 -' Tho boa(.koolod, and, determined to die together, they Jumped Into the wator. They wero separated, but both ' could swim. Whirled about tho water, thoy finally wcro picked up by a boat from tho Storstad. Woman Tells of Rescue. "Following tho sinking of tho ship." Mrs. Freeman said, "wo woro both dragge...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 June 1914

tmrrtmpv'W9''m r , V : i . WANT ADS l;'i"..' ''. - - . 3k4 &1'M " lnAna I UTOiWOblLE TIRES ' "TmMlBl itL Kntccv State Fr,ir MT FCTOfcY PRICES "ialiHHBHPBRWlH fXMMW H Hl:" , t fJ 55 V 1 JUi.2. JSAVS v l !V tv. 6Q TEK CENT. jlff llT ff H 1 1 1 1 4 I IV u ivv. ; .- want ads H-rffiL 10.S IS sts!iiK!j;, 3H f.-t- ft I e. II Grand : 1 1 JlMlIk Is sh fciicampment, G. Mft : '.' t v 13 f ffr !' Honorsd With Ttfev: rr Jfc ?. OF , r Grand Airny of the Reaitwf 3 and i- ' XI1U Itti Sons of Vettransv) ! 4- Oth & lUfi All dlrr':T6 r,re reue6ted to . cfccorat thi?Efgs ami pi .-s of Bi THE ki:iSON COMI usiness. Colors for sale at jCoifc'atfc -GMPANY'S Store. $&"$; jSr'rte-i -w S4..SJS . he Average Buyer r" iiuys the Remington "& j V-i'J -i r s r--'.V' N &s$ ij K . . K hi buy-: c-. r.-pumion, he buys the Rcmbiftoa. ifhe'bujV J -isy-jid. i j.n(,nsii),' hs bu)-s the Retnin$ton. lt : vi . j n't iiu'lii'ik' ih.jit of iv ui&l tsst, tis huys the MenmStofi, la . cj.tf dnd under any 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. — 12 June 1914

,aBf jpW Series; Vol. HI, No. 36. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 19.4, ld Serie8: VolVllJ N' ' "ft We are for j I CALEB POWERS f ml for he K I St'1 ' I d SBBnEF H IlBr I R..-I PRIM epublican Nomination For CongrCSS Because he is a Republican. Because' he stands for Temperance; for Clean Politics; for tfre Moral Uplift of the district and for the best Interest of the PEOPLE. ARY ELEC TON August I, 1914. I " '' " " " "" i ii i i i m i i i ' t iiiiiiwi IB ' i MMltbWMIJIMMMMftMMMMMMaMnMMMMMNMHte4IMiaMalMMtaM4M.M JM 4 vm 1 l"'"mmmmm y " J"----'1 vli in i rw '" - "iTit-i-- - -- "'"-- I n I I tw

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

r. U n' ' ... I I 1 1 WfRIVER NAVIGATION WILL BE GREATLY BENEFITED BY THE BIQ CIVIL APPRO- PRIATION BILL. JfBjTJT -, HUERTA RESCrNOS DECREE A8 TO TAMPICO AS QUNBOAT8 REACH PORT. Four Million Dollar Will Be Expend. d During Year 1916 Thouianda For Federal Bulldlngt. Washington. More than $4,000,000 la carried In tho sundry civil bill re ported to the house from the commit tee on appropriations for prosecuting the work on tho lock and dam system of the Ohio river that already has been Inaugurated and Is going on under the continuous contract system. Under ' the act of 1910, which provides for the construction of a number of locks and dams below Pittsburg, the sum of $1, S76.O0O Is appropriated for expenditure In tho fiscal year 1915; Ihe total origi nal authorized sura for this feature of the work was $3,000,000, and $1,024,000 has already been appropriated and ex pended. Under tho act of 1912, which provides for the complete canalization of the river, $2,200,000 Is appropriated In th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

: . '; tl . Yi it ' j""1 J ' , Y 1 1! I :W. rt' i , S v THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE l l' - ". , .-- ' kft. tl fo- WvJ frl. v E .& M. ' L V i "ItamWm Tl4 THE. KENTUCKY f A. R. VETERANS HUNDREDS IN ATTENDANCE AT STATE ENCAMPMENT HELD AT DARDOURVILLE. . DISTINGUISHED MEN PRESENT Feature of Meeting Was Dig Darbecue on Campus of Union College Oth er States Represented. Wefllfrn Newspnpcr Union News Servlre ' - narbourvllle, Ky. Several hundred lelegntca attended tho Kentucky en-, janipmont of the a. A. II. In addition :o a full representation from the differ-1 ant camps In Kentucky a number of llstlngulshed visitors from other states were present. Hotel reservations were undo weeks In advance, and arrange merits were mado to open three col 'cue dormitories for the accommoda .Ion of visitors. Two local bands fur alshe.1 tho music. A feature of the ;wo days' meeting was a big barbecue n the campus of Union college. Dele lutes from Louisville and Western Kentucky points arrived on special .ra...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

K ICnttVtd m ScotU-CliM flatter February 1 1. 1904 t tb IVstofflcs it BtrboarTlll. Ky., unJtr Act ot Control ot MirchS, 1879. POae Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Organ of I he Rcpubllcm Party In Knox County. k F.unny aint it, how some peo ple get through the world and never sweat. The Peace treaty bunch up at ''-;' Niagara Palls, are having a good time drinking champagne and waiting for Iluerta and Oarranza to send in their resignations ad rulers of the two wings of gov eminent in Mexico. Well, the Senatorial race going to be a problem, that o say there will be several in therunmng. Of course there will be Stanley, Beckham and UcCreary. on the . Democratic !' ticket; aud Hunter. McGregor ;' and possibly Augustus E. Wil JT son, on the Republican ticket, I and no one knows how many monkeys will be in the side 9 show. It has been rumored that times ' are not as good now as they were a year or two ago. Wonder whats the matter? The mines at Ely have not worked any this month and...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

MP r r.rj - THI MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . -". W K& ! ' " ORDINANCE namhlSSf II ' 'il J. IL M L Ordinance No. 200 fPftJV . J i.Ul I1 I 1 II R jH II I III if f f ProvhlingTax for 1914 HPtftfl 2 ' ' I I I II III tl II W 1 1 Sectioul-An ordinance levying , " A?,.',,' ft t. V , ifinvffft fy uu,i.,.u,K ., .. ,.. -Mf-B!;ssT - Fl!SjM3lllfAKfll 1 iUOiJk.S..;2dlttlllbi.JmkiVA'iMinmAet 1 t b i T" lC U I ', TOt: LSial I PandPl RfarRli 1 Hal! Tpsbi! SUM vMiM!S miiHiui Jiiuiuai uuu xuiuui j 1 warm . xrTnyiWisR&rj-tmM " '. f 1 fti wv Section! -An ordinance levying and proiding nn ud valorem tax on all properly subject to tax ation by the City of liurbourville, and a poll tax on cncli male resi dent ol said city, tweuty-pnc years old and over, for the year 1914. Sec. 2 Ik it ordained by the Board of Council of the City of Uarbourville, that the ad valorem tax levied for the City of Barbour villc for the year 1U14, be. nud same is fixed at seventy-five cents (75c) on euch one-hundred dollars of al...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

w Z fV ,w- W ' W ippwv'""-1 Jpppf2 TH2 Fountain advocate G. A. R. REUNION The reunion of the G. A. K.'s at this place was a euccess, anil every one attending went away with highest praises for the citi zens of Barbourville and Knox County. They were a line lot of old men, and some ot them had their wives with them who were of the most lovable disposition, and who enjoyed their tojourn here- The Colored Veterans were by no means forgotten, and were well represented, there .being more than fifty of them in attend anee. As well as having a good representation they have one of the most important offices in the organization, in the person of Rev. G. W. Ward, who is Chap lain of the State Organization, a forceful speaker and a man of tine appearance. The colored ladies of the Re lief Corps held their annual meeting and they, also, were well pleused with the city and Gommission&rt Sale KNOX CIKCUIT COURT & Kebecea F. Fore, Plalutltf. vs. Notice ot Sale ohu Fore, Kt Al. IMendunts. B...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 June 1914

fMMMjjlVi'fiMgfiMMypHMIMMMr irifriMffirM Mi - ft -ilc A I I RETURN to. the grocer all sub- : stitutea sent you for Royal Bait- . '' ing Powder. There is no sub- ' stitwte for ROYAL. Royal is i pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and ' healthful., Powders offered a3 .sub' stitutes are made from alum. Mrs. j. W. Ligou lift this week. is on the tick Little Bland, son of Dr. Hd Dish- man is very sick. Mrs, John McNeal, of Artemus, was in this city Monday. . Mrs. Clias. D. Cole, of Benham, is in this city visiting hornefolks. Miss Nancyc Riley, cashier for the Wisconsin Steel Corporation' was visiting hornefolks Sunday. jfcW. M. Mitchell and little daughter Edna, of Garrard County, were among the visitors here last week. It was thought for a long time that ro one would run for Congress, guess you see now; going to be some race yet. Condie Pemberton' returned to his home in Briceville, Tent)., Sunday after spending several days with relatives here. Hon. I. M. Robsion has added a large po...

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