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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

Jw " THE MO.UNTAIN ADVOCATE v m .; vz i. t m i EQUAL DIVISION OF ELECTION OFFICERS 8U0QE8TED BY ATTORNEY OEM EBAL A3 TO COMINU PrtOMI- BITION ELECTIONS OPINION NOW BEING PREPARED Proper For County Judcjes to Appoint Special Officers to Held Wtt and Dry Elections. I- (Special r'rankfort Curi Miiuiidrnv ) Frankfort, Kj --An eiul tltciiOonol lection o (Reels between rt" and "dry" forces in a prohibition eh i ion, eg recommended tj the court of ap peals, la suggested bj Attorney Gen eral Qarnett, ho is piepartug an opinion en the subject tit the instance cf inquiries la Fayette cnuiit) He says f pcclal officers must be at point ed. Mr. Garnett lr not t vuttan Ale opinion, hut It Mil tallow tiw .on jirned wlta violating the new uiaa 'structlou given the .-ta i.te i the',,mmi )are ia, xbe railroad duimurred court ot appeals la the . ,ise of lpvln'0 tbtf tQarge and attacked the dld cgainst Denton, appealed Horn l i ity rf the Ian. In handing down bit count), and decided m an opink n by iml...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

ROWQWWM ffispm aJL.IHW ' t "TO nr 3 THE MOPMTAIN ApyOA1 TCTBtTiITCTBy ""- ' '''"' ' '' ' ? '. "" ll.SSM II ill B I i . i, ., ;l IN P w t iIJ i I ', :; ' : IK! I ,"' I TtsW S S HaThSt tmm I !fci4ujSBM. KENTUCKY HORSEFLESH PRE-EMINENT ' i THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD Three Thousand Dollar' Prize Earth's Un Equalled Equine Allured By Dazzling Stake In Commissioner of Agriculture's Five (foiled Saddle Horse Ring Kentucky horseflesh 1 recognized Kit pre-eminent throughout the world uod it Is, therefore, only fitting that tho stato should boast the greatest premium ever offered In a contest for equine class, as v. Ill be the case when the champion saddle horses of the world gather at tho twelfth annual Kentucky State Pair, to be held Sep tember 14-19 next, to compete In the Commissioner of Agriculture stake of 13,000. There has never been a like sum offered lu a contest of this kind, the nearest approach to the amount being the V2.000 prize money offered last year In tho same flve-galted sa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

vimvias EggSI jfPSRS" ;; 4- Al 'JLi THIMOUNTAIN ALLOCATE " i , 'gag I W SIB THE MOUNTAIN ADY0CATEih.ePo't?ffiw9nndothe1'nPpo5o.tiT5 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY AT BABBOURVILLE.KENTDOkY W. H. MoDosAtD Editor V. 0. McDonald, Aeeoc. Editor Entrwl b Hvcund-Ulait AUttor Fibtuury IS, liUt itt thn Pouolllce at Uarboiirt Ulf, Ky., undr Act olpongcett of March I, UTS. One Dollar I'er ear in Advance The Official Organ at the Republican Parly In Knox County. THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY In another column will be found the statistic of the recent Primary and regular election held since the Presidential Election, and we call your particular attention to the de crease of the Progresjive Party. j He do not blame any man tor voting for Mr Roosevelt, for in fact it wa chance like a game of Draw Poker, when the people went to the poles to vote, they ;eemed to be between the "Devil and the deep blue sea," some had it that the Republican Part had actually ptst taken the nomination from Roose velt at Chicago, and t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

-.1 r.u - A J ta lk 1'" n ZiL 1 .12HHkT ALHM'ri "-musi 0 PERSONALS S B Iteese was in Corbin Sunday. W. II. Green was in Corbin Sunday. ' Win. Tyc is in Louisville this week looking over the game. Miss .Esther Su ter, of Rochester H. Y., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Davis. The Primary election is only ane week off, wonder if someone will not feel a little blue? W II McDonald made a flying trip to Louisville Monday even- ing returning Wednesday morn ing. . ' "OR Mitchell, night a&eiit at L & N depot,', has returned from a ten days trip through Indiana, Illinois and Missouri. Mrs A T Smith, and daughter, Hlizabt'th, und two sons, Will and David, are the welcome guests of Mrs W H McDonald this week. M T McDonald left yesterday flfor Somerset, Mt Vernon and other points for a few day rest, he will return via Livingston, if at'all. Messrs John Kirkman and Eu gene Gordon drove through the country in an automobile from Pilot Mountain, N. 0., to this city where they have been v...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

DEMOCRATS. RIGHT THE Wipe Out the Stain Placed tyna tbt Dwwcratic Party of Kentucky by These Four Traitors and Their Whiskey and Beer Trust Bosses ,:- l." m I McNUTT CHARLTON LILLARD MUELLER Eight years ago the Pnnwqi f,Kw4ucky held a Primary Election to nominate a candidate for the United States Senate. More than 100,000 Democrats participated tn that primary ftawraw atockham received a majority of the votes, currying 91 of the 119 counties In the state. The Legislature which followed was Democratic la bath bnaaha, but Governor Beckham had enforced the law as to closing the saloons in Louisville on Sunday, and had stood for the County Unit Law, akarefcg. kftcurrtac-tha enmity of the Whiskey Trust and the Beer Trust, and they sought his defeat In the Legislature. The a&ove four men, elected as Per crtw, bfrxl their trust and voted for the Republican candidate, W. O. Bradley, thereby electing him to the Senate. WiU You Cast a Vote On Atffust 1st W Wku This Treachery? If Rot, Vote...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

e: THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCAffi ' ' " '' t " itrnW1 ;kk. 1 BE ' fr .- .a 'Si" JMki nSBt BHBwaMaaHaHBPinMlBinHSUMWWMalIi COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE J TEDDERS ( Red Wing ) Lige Small wood and- wife, of Bright Shade, nre guests of C Lewis and wile this wk. Mm J' W Taylor was viiiting Mrs I M (nrvis Monday. Two funerals were preached at Cratfe NeJt Sunday with a large crowd in attendance. . J H and waiter Corey, of Sprule, Were in our town Sunday. Tom Jams, of this place, attended church at Crane Nest Sunday. Miss Nnncy Noe, of Giblis, win thrown from a mule Saturday and bns n badly sprained wrist as the result. Misses Allie Huudy and Maggie Blevins were on Richland Sunday. Mrs Murtbu Dluntnn, of Gibbs, who lms been down with typhoid, is recovering. Heury Wanton is up again after a very severe attack of typhoid. INDIAN CREEK ( Sunbeam ) V II Campbell made a business trip to Darbourville Monday. Misses Sue and Jessie Greene, of Wilton, were guests of Miss Emma Cooper Saturday and Sunday. E T Reese ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 July 1914

. V , V.THEJM0UKTA1 . & 1 ' STATE RETARDED IN SCHOOL GROWTH PAYING DEBTS BY APPOINTMENT OF TEACHER3 TRUSTEES ELECTED BY ONE VOTE. SELLING SCHOOLS FOR- CASH Four Thousand Trustees Will Bs Elect ed Throughout State In Auejust See To It That the Best Men Only Arc Named .it This Elestlon All 'Par ents Shculd Vote. Louisville, K) . (piltl ) Was there ever u 'devil's broth brewed that equaled hat ha been going on la our rural schools' Wo are pa) lag by taxation over three million dollars annually out of the State Treasury, to saj nothing of local taxation ami other contributions lor the (iipjiort of our public schools It Is a Question If one third of it Is net wasted b liuompetewe nnil In difference not to mention possible j,raft In one form or another Aa n. sataplo of whit has been going on, 1 ery recently had occasion to look ever a batch of letters from a number of Count Superintendents of cur State I ran across ono reporting seme trouble In the sule of schools Asking what on earth...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

L ' t OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE KHPUBLICAN PAHTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Series: Vol. Ill, Mo. i:$. BARBOURVILLE, KV., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII. No. 34. - .. 1 W . .- fo, ii- i- t.: "V irrriinr - I'T-nramwuM . ur - ,-r . . . . .-- , "THE HONOR ROLL NATIONAL BANK" J$0NE of tho STOOKUOLDEKSof the Pirst No li;!! X$ rional Bonk of Barbotirvillo IS A DIREO ?)?$ TOR in tho PKDERA'LRESEIIVE HANKING SYSTEM. Thin puts the First, National Bank of Barbour villo, in direct touch with tho Federal lleserve Bank, and nutH it under the direct Supervision of tho I'nited Slates Government. This ought, to mean something to lite man or woman who wants a 'ai'p placn in which to deposit, money. In addition to this Our Bank is the UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY for the POSTAL SAVINGS BANK, for tlm I'NITED STATES COURT, and tho UNITED STATES POST OFFICE. The United States (Jovermnetit KNOWS the SAFEST and best MANAGED NATIONAL BANKS. The fact that tho United States Govern tnenfc is in ouch closo touch ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

mZ. - Coal Loaders WANTED! ;A Con I Loader- looking for a good mineat which to locate, cqjti pint tire good work at the CLIMrVX t'OAl. CO. Mines, Shamrock, Kentucky, four miles f mm Mitldlesboro, This is a first-class mine, first-cl.i camp, which Runs Full Time. Good water; good ohool and church, well slocked store withreasoiMbt..' prices; in fact everything tiiat makes L a cam it a uj, inble place to Ftirtlu;- inlormi'tion SCiaiK.'. '. -jar.3cjS3ea "Ol'K ! I' DENTS ' r. J! 111.-1." - - i ...i- JSf9kfSMsjmmsmmsgSmSmSmSmk, M THE VERY BEST JjaHr' ' it soon cracks and peels fl iralP . i? 'either useful nor ornamen- mm&m '" '' ran liave a guarantee highest Vk ,Sf I ci' absolute satisfaction if you WB Hfjtjf ,.',.iut else but . .y, lB I Silver1 Seal Paints W ,, nishes, Stains and Varnishes IH Hra v.. n iV? less than other high grade ffjiH HM l vour paint needs today and we will mM Ei.WA I'MNT HOOK free. It gives prices and MM BbS:. .cntucky Paint Ml'i Company, MF WL' (Incorporated) r...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

?,a K'$ afagagasnMfagxBitjjggesM2EkiflBER 5 " r,.Hfe MOUNTAIN ADVOCAt '"'''.. Sm H fee ir, iV? i & I. OWERS NEVER SOLD POST OFFICE APPOINTMENTS To Our Friends: Mr. Bosworth In his literature and speakings charges my brother with having gotten money for his endorsement of post masters at Harlan, Pineville, Williamsburjr, Somerset, Eubank and Jamestown, and that A. T. Smith, deceased, put up $500 cash for Powers' endorsement of Shelton dleaboro. These charges are of such a mean, low, cowardly and contemptable nature as not to deserve either notice or reply, but we bene ve in answering everything they may want to say about us, and will do it if given time. My brother recommended wostmastoi1 at Harlan, myself as W. Tiunck as postmaster at Williamsburg, Geo. Davis as postmast er at Pineville, B. J. Howard as postmaster at Eubank, T. M. Scott as Hostmaater at Somerset, Elmer town, and later when he resigned, appointment of H. H. Dunbar. Wo have secured the affidavit of 'Eugene Smith, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

m nuii ""- fetUv MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ,y - . .-.. - - ' 2SESC THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE; """- .. FCBMSUEJi KVHtY 1 KIDAY At BAHBOUirSrlLLK,lClCNTUOl.Y W. II. Mcl)cin V. OMcDonaiu. EnrroR Assoc. KinR Kntcrcil ns tiwiitMl f 1.1 i MntUr Ibmiy 18, Hot at tK )Sxil.m.-o m ttATMarvtite. Ky., mylw At I r i .mm - of MmvhlfcK. Ono Dollar iVr cai in Advance The Oftlcl.il Oman ni Itic itepuMlcan Party In rmoxtoHmy. PROGRAM For Tartchcv's Association Locust Grove, Antf. li, 1914. E bra mo:, vl Roll call lmiu No 4. s nVloi-k harp Short ptoginiu, School children The practical mluo if a Teach er's 'Association Ii. R. Rcnnorfc Qualities nml Work of a Progres sive Teacher A. F. Chesnut Why aliould teacher, in the Pub lic Schools linio more tlmn n Common School Education .......... IC. C. Tnaylor Discuss sucics stiil tnthoi1 ut teaching l.'s.tofy to beginner .(.' R. Bonnet'. Recitation Huotio f"u How in'cy a taste 1 r good liter aturc bs fi'rr: 1 in the reading classes Tlios. E, Sascei Paper oa pha- e of sch...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

t a w A vl J a THE MOUNTAIN AD.VOCATE H-TELEPUONE NUMBER-U u.umounviiitiE, KSN'iuuKk 61.00 Por Yoor-61.00 n PERSONALS 1 Kentuckian Escapes Operation By Using Mavr Stomacli Remedy I wl nut vim into you A Stansberry, of Knox Fork, whs in town Wednesday and made this office a plensunt cull. Mrs V W Cecil left lor St I.oui?, Mo, Wednesday afternoon, liavioy been called to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs Frank Donnelly, who j seriously ill. Old Situins is buck from Kaii&n- llrl! I, Moore and wife, of fine ville, were guests of Mrs CM Helton Monday. Drand Ms V V Anderson have re turned to their home in Floston, Mass., after 11 months stay with friends and relatives here. W M Trosper, of junction City was in to see us Thursday and nr tanked for the weekly visits of the Advocate K'ev K K Overlcy. who is at present acting as field agent for Union College, has just returned from n very profitable weeks work in Hai Ian county, and left immediately lor Kugglcs Camp ( iround, Lewis county a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

8 V7 -n THE MOUNTAIN AbVOCATE . jpm , am ... FRUIT TO DRIVE SANITARY RULES OUT MOONSHINE FOR KY. LIVESTOCK MANY ENTRIES ARE MADE For the Blue Qrait Fair Lexington. Race at & CANNING CLUB WORK STARTED I r J THT MOUNTMN3 OF KTNTIU KV. TUBERCULAR COWS WILL SAVED TO OWNER3 PRO. TECTTHE PUBLIC, NATURAL RESOURCES WASTED EXPERTS WILL GO ANYWHERE Transportation Hrcblem Needs Ad- JuMlnrj Experts Complete Survey Solution vf Question. WoWrn Jersii,r rniuti News Htrtct. LoulevHle, Kv The real ccoitom- leal iiecd of tho Kentucky mountains. according to the report of a survey made by agents for the got eminent Testing of Dairy Herds Will Be Con ducted in the Future Under State Board Regulations. (&jeilal I'rankfort Correspondence.) Prankfort. Testing of dairy herds ,. I for tuberculosis "will be conducted lu tlif future, under regulations of the l'ltta for aale, while1 ra" ,n ,lle ri,les PrePareJ y the hoard. i f merchandise are r .llroatle twenty and ,, . t of '.; rents the " 't.cat'ally...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

W- j!," A-. -..- -. THE MOUNTAIN . ADVOCATE ' JMR SEXtFAL,. KNOWLEDGE II. LI b (HATED 820 PAGES. TcINmII abnut sex matters; what young men and women, young wives iiil lunliHmia and all othrrs utcd to know about the sucred Uws i(mI govern the ser forces plain tmtlis ot sex life iti relation to l).tiiini.'s in tnurriuge. "Secrets" of iiiutiho.iil and woraunhood; sex uh! Hlmt's, miciul evil, iliseims, etc, The Infest, most 'advanced and coniprelit'tnivf work t'uit has eer Win isfiicJ on fsiml hygiene. Price. lesa iintnictnn Inr those who uie readv foi ilu tint inner u-nrhinj:. T'w h'w.hs i'lls tiuret tra.-lirrrt tlottofi. Iriwjer, prcachets, social workij Stiiidiiy School teacher!" ami allot Ik rs, vcmtu; and old, what all need to Ijiiow about er matters. Dy Winficl.: M.tt Mall, Ph. t., M.D (Leipz: ) KcwMpnper Comments: "Scimtilicnllv correct." Chicago Trilmnc. "Accurate and uti-to-datp.' Philadelphia Pre. "Stan dard IjooI; of knowledge." Phila delphia Ledger. The New York World says: ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 July 1914

V - (T F mt trnttltni f tt a ntrnn A mw . AX1J0i mUUIII J.41in AUVUA1& ,,, tUtrrmmrmm nu uw , . 3 ' V;3 J 3pS;JSlH-SS I-,. :vg?w- S5XSarSS?T-rcr: I Aon o I Unt f t I FOR SEVERAL YEARS tUttMHMIMMHiaUM -niinnMiinri MMmrimiTn ,-,.-..,.JmrBMnMiJ1thniiM We have been trying to get our business on a CASH BASIS, and have reached that point. No customer will be allowed to take any article from our store without leaving- the money, or it's equivalent, which means that you may trade us produce, you may give us your check, or we will take your note with surety. We publish these facts so that you may nol be disappointed and that you may know what will be required. We propose to sell yon goods for less money than any credit store can afford to sell yon and when you pay for the goods you get of us, you will know that you are not paying some other fellow's account, the credit store must make up for bad accounts and the man that pays his bills pays the bad ones also. ""r-wHnwiB riSMfittl ysaSKSg...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 August 1914

vr",'3ty'ft 'i Ml Wlr ' f JKr . i ' attt l&toia ciRdui.Aira. THIrt "WKEK 3,500 OUR. CIRCnLATIOXJ TltTKlWKBIt vl ft. 3,50091 "Vv SB, afes OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PAPTY IN KNOX COUNTY ""New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 44. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34CJ pellagra tw$90&B&mimv&mmimm l'itilt. flit il4rtr tf to BP'V' IIMII 4U HHBmi1 wy f yv ..-- - t WrSr ' "THE HONOR ROLL NATIONAL BANK" 530 NE of fcho STOCKHOLDERS of tho Pirsl No i'wa Nonal Bank of Barbotirvillo IS A DIREO atf T0R in tho FEDERALRESERVE BANKING SYSTEM. This puts the First National Bank of Barbour ville, in direct touch with the Federal Itescrvo Bank, nml puts it uiulor the direct Supervision of tho United States Government. This ought to mean something to tho man or woman who wants a safo place in which to deposit money. In addition to this Our Bank is the UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY for the POSTAL SAVINGS.BANK, for the UNITED STATES COURT, and the UNITED STATES POS...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 August 1914

-V. ' 'w .T r ' ,THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE TRACES WAR TO A Professor Dorsey of Chicago Field Museum Finds Austria's Atti tude Sequel to Pan-German Versus Pan-Slav Con test, He Says, Not Economic but Psychologic. Nations Are Now, as Ever in the Past, Divided by Language Source of Trouble Is That Political Boundaries Arc , Not Coterminous With Linguistic Groups. (Oorice A. Dorsey, Curator of Ethnology. Field Museum. In the Chicago Herald.) An orphaned mongrel cur having for tho first time la 500 years got enough punk up to tako his tall from between his legs, begins to wag It autl feel growing pains. Along cornea a great big dog and says: "Put that tall down and gimmo that bone." Wo seo thlj sort of thing nearly ev ery day Onco upon a tlrao little old Servla was an empire and very nearly over came the Byzantine empire, which probably would have changed tho whole of European history Thero might have been no Turkey in Europe That was In tho fourteenth century. nuder tho mighty Dushan. Expla...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 August 1914

V7. "- . 1-. ' m THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Jjl t - fyerubcdju Children Cry For SIDMOIOOL Lesson (By B. O. 8ni.T.i:itS, Director of Hvrnlnff Dppnrtmcnt, Tho Moody li.bla Institute, Chlcairo ) Hfc dtp fhwzCP' m?k J m Vwrgw m $)gmm. LOTS "' h&iimj The New Catechism. A well-known doctor of Savannah has two children a llttlo daughter, ugod six, and a small son, aged four. One day ho overheard the llttlo girl putting her brother through an exam ination In Ulblo history. "Do you know who the first man and tho first woman were?" "Yoth, I do." lisped tho boy. "I'll bet jou don't know their names," pressed the sister, "I'll bet I do!" replied t'uo llttlo fel low. "Well, what wcro their names, then, Mr. Smarty?" "Edem and Ab!!' answered the llttlo boy. Saturday Evening Post. The Old Idea. "What makes you so late?" asked his mother. "Tho teacher kept mo In because I couldn't find Moscow on tho map of Europe," replied Johnnie. Mather And no wonder yon couldn't find Moscow. It was burned down In ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 August 1914

tsam ' wyvi'r w IMMJ Bare: lTHB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE! "' "-. Cnr d Ahur ,., , lUirsnut nnd Misset Gladys Chesnut PDBUSHKD KVEKV ntlDAY AT j Nannie nnd Lucy Crook attended BAKBOUUVILLE.KENTUOKT tinging school nt Mt Olivet Saturday W. II. McDonald Kditok V. 0. McDoxaM), Assoc. Kpitor Entered at bteond-ClaM Mntler Flmiary 1. 1904 ftt the Poitofflce at UaibfcurvllU, Ky., under Act uf Congress of Mnreli S, 1T. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Groan of the KepnDllcan Pdrtv In Knox Conn I v. THE AFTERMATH. The .Primary is nou over and the real fight begins, as has been said many times over by all par ties. The Progressive party is waneing andathe good Old Re publican party is coining to her own again, as shown by the re turns of last Saturday's Primary. The tl'rog.pssives only east fil votes as follow: Wilson, 20; Creech 21: ilurdiu. Someone made the remark that Hurd could not win without opposition. The Republican otc was light yet Mr. Powers received 1.0SS in the county and Mr. l...

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

r t I I 5- '.fib. MxXKr Coal Loaders WANTED! Coal bonders looking-for a good mine at which to locate, can procure good work at the .CLIMAX COAL CO. Mines, Shamrock. Kentucky. four miles from Aliddlcshoro, This is a first-class mine, first-class camp, which Runs Full Time, Oood water; good school and church, well stocked store with reasonable prices; in fact everything that makes a camp a desirable place to live. Further information can be had by writing, Climax Coal Co. Shamrock, Kentucky. IltiUrond Miit'oii, frltjcwood, Kentucky BUY THE VERY BEST CIhjp linmi .0011 oil. ami i iu-ilicr tal. You can have nualitv an.1 of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but v Silver-Sea!" Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And oeyvlll cost you 2o - brands Tell iw your paint neeaa loaay ana we win send jou .mi PAINT UUUlv free. It gives prices ana other valuable information. Kentucky Paint LOUISVILLE, tPMr Esssesv "srrssaai "OUR STUDENTS MAKE GOOD" Sue Bennett Auditorial School iioi...

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