ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Mountain Advocate Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,843 items from Mountain Advocate, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,843 results
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 October 1914

B H B ' H' 'H: H ' 'B' 'h "r''?'MSI H H H H JH( H H ,H j fK H H H H B H ' .JPI HHv MBBBB lBBl v - ' -y- , . . sr , - ,-i .r 1 ' iiwm'"' , One Price To All. IT iillllSiM' i ,1" LaHraSL ,fS2BBFH3'HNiiJ"r'r'L 'lf j ' CtXx JB k9bhbbBmbbhhbbb1 BBBHWBBBiMBBBWBPBBBPWWMWIMy J-xilMMiiwBB i. imn juo.- mm - "t. "" - ; ...)' If ''Opportunity Knocks Once at Every Man's Dooir." It is now knocking at yours. You have the opportunity of buying your supplies as cheap as they can be bought anywhere. Money well invested makes more money. Your money spent with us is a good investment. We are selling for CASH to everyone, and when you receive your bundle and pass your good, honest dollars across the counter, you know that you are not paying the account of fellow who does not pay for the goods that he has bought on credit. iSuits, Shoes, Hats and Dresses Following are some of the prices we are making: Snlts that formerly sold for $12.50 now at $9.50 u u it u tt 1000 u ,t 775 Shoes " " " 4.00 " " 3.50 " " ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

tmirtiiit OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY BARBOURVILLE,. KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914, tns3sss3& u ?-.- jmz ,.., . . . ? ; New Series: sVo'C IV, TN6. 3. . I - 1 Old Series: Vol VIII, ;;. . . - . , . - - "" mmmWWMC& - - fc -" .. tj- . - -T-lri SSXS3QmmSmWmmmmmT' Kj "'V . A" ' ' ' . -' ' . .i I 'CV "fHE m S Si? 4 tr-7 U . I Birvrr - WESa-' - Jf-V ROLL op HONOR BAINIf" Q-R-Q-fe Y While the hard times have reduced the de posits of many good banks, we have more deposits now than, we had at this time a year ago. It takes a strong, live bank to grow in hard times. We want your business and will help you in every way consistent with safe banking. i i i ! -' 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National BamkJ Barbourville, MMi PROGRAM Cntchlnn School House Oct 30 4 Devotional Exercise. oWolcome Address Elbert Evans. . 3 Response R N Baldwin. 4 How to properly assign lea eons A. J. McCoy. Domestic Science in Public Schools Rosa West, G-How may the Rural Schoo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

OUNTAUfrADVOCATE 1 THK ?2r ;js " & m THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVKHY FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLK.KENTUOKY W. H. McDonald Kdiiok V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Entered RfCond-OlaM Matter February 19, 104 at tbe IostofflC6 at lurbourvlll. Ky., undr ActolOougreitof March 8, 18T9. One Dollar I'er Year in Advance The Official Oroan or the Republican Party In Knox County. A FALSE ISSUE RAISED TO COVER UP THE CONDITIONS The gist of all Democratic ar gnments when boiled down to their real substance, is that tho American people ought to vote the Democratic ticket regardless of ull other issuer and considera tions, because there it a war in Europe and we havo kept out of it. When there in a real reason to stand by an administration's foreign policy, the whole Ameri can people will be a unit, but they will not be deceived by a false iaaue raised to inveiglo them nto supporting domestic policies which have onlarged our expens es, increased our taxes, taken the American markets for the produ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

7 rv. If. ijfWt'Xs.r - 'n' ?v .- THE MOUNTAIN AfiVOCATi " 'i rr-: ,! v- li Kff" rr. 3K ' If K 3 95--i.. 5 J 61 ) I III I I a . (&?' MOTOR CARS FOURS S&F C SlXESi i$attS$ The Buick Valve-in-Head Motor CASON after season of continued sncc ess lias clcinmi- nr.,1 tUn ..-1.1,1 oiwl n,ii.i:..n.. ,.f il. !..:!. if.. i.. ji " nbiaicu uuc ihiuc uuvt y ccui aiiuuuu n i.ii c iMUUJi IIIVU" j in-Ilead motor, the motor that hits bouu (lie Key unto of Buick success for tho past twelve yeurs. SonrchiiiK and ox- lsl 1. I ft lianstive tests by tho world's leading authorities on gas driven motors,, supplemented by years of experience on Bnick cars, have proven tht; (superiority of Valve-in-HIcad motor over all other types. That, is why il is found in Ifciiick Tliat is why all IJuicks give snlifnctioji. BurDourvillc. -". a-"1.! I ears, mat is wny an ijuickb givi I A. D. SMITH, Soles Aoent. -SBa.tta as. fc. I i c, IW. f WAR! What Is It All About? WANT ADS HUN PURCHASING IMauo you want tlic very...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

hYJ THS MOUNTAIN )UNTAIN 1 DVOCATK 'Mr.' llll 'f U '--. y t.iMsnin ' ki. ra i 3 -r . ' 'o sA . h ': Sfr x FRv- .v EsA . V r ,, . St P. f m- &V ' f; - .' V i n . IJ.. MRS. CORA W. STEWART President of the Kentucky llllteraoy Commission, under whose leadership It It expected to have 2,000 "Moon light" Schools In operation with 10,000 adults in attendance, In the state of Kentucky. FINAL ESTIMATE IS MADE Farmers Realized it Tnlrd Bigger Crop Than Anticipated. Louisville, Ky With a final sum mar) of crop conditions, showing that the farmers of Kentucky realized n third bigger crop than could bare been anticipated on August 1, Commission er of Agriculture J V Newman, la hie October crop roport, advises farm ers ta sow coer crop to protect the soil from the strain of beay winter rains. The report follows. Tbe crop re ports as of October lit U a difficult one to summarize Corn is partly on tbe ground and rartly in the shock. Tobacco la partly on tbe ground and partly in the hcue. The w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

V - ' ' ' - rnr, -.-?rj ) r f Ms Mfc- .: j I M IT SNAP SHOTS f .. President Wilson declare the Nation-wide industrial depress ion is purely psychological. If it is, may tho good Lord savo us from tho concroto form. While it may be justly claimed ' that the Republican candidates for U. S. Senator1) are better fitted for tho duties of that office than their Democratic opponents yet tho fact should be present to the mind of ovory voter ut the polls that it is the restoration of the Government to sound Ronub- liciin principles and the rebuko nn Jjinconipetant and business wrecking administration that is at stake in the approaching elec tion. The personal fortunes of the candidates as individuals is of small cousequeuce, but it is of overwhelming importanco that they bo added to tho voting forces at Washington, who stand for measures that would restore prosperity to tho country. Just when each of the warring Nations of Europo is trying to ex col till the others in its express ions of goo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

!K " - -- THE MOUNTAIN ABVOCATJC. """ r " : -" --. -jl K? ABABABABAbA B B BBBBjBBHHHJ BBBBBHHHHM BBHHHBJ BBBBBHHHBJ HflBBHBBBBBBM BB- nsBBBJflt yL.., bHbbbb P'H k. "F-1 "4rM r H bj W bM "iiH r II i.i a I i ill I iii i i I j s 1 DLAU11IUU Lands and Lots I &V',:: HbW. IbH bbH bbbbbI bbbW 'irMm BNfc$& " fl .. . 1 H B"b1 m ijaEMHi fflfr bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW. bbbbbbbbbbbbVbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv bbbbbbbbbbH vbbbbbbbbB bbbbbbbbbbbj bbbbbbbV A?9PiHiK WJk'S bbbbbbbB bWbB VH bbbH H bbbbb! bV 9RE Ks3KwS& b "mvB Mwl "bts btbI btbI AtB tbtbtI BwI "BwB B sMSSmBk llfewlPf bbH bbbbI bbbbI bbbbI bM 1 bbS bbH bV raK ralk'ft-iftf " BBBj BBBl BBB BBmBBBB BBBBm. BBBBBl BBB BBBBBa BV iMg &&'-'$$;''- "bbbH bH bbV bbbbbbW. "bbbV bbWbbb BBh BBB ""!f S 4 'li BBH BBV BBh BBBBB -SBBV BBS BBBb BBh BBV Ka; Hf,;;'. H BaH H VH B B AVEff VEVM 1 H I ' 'Wiry Ktek-y ' - H H HwrnV BBBl BBBi BBBJ BBBl ABBWBBBft BBBl BBBB -ESTft HBmV H bHI BBH BBB BBS BBBl BBBBBBBb bbbX...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

llTO Sft R rv w sWaviiV 'S il. III THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14 TELEPHONE NUMDKIl-14 UAHUOURVILIiB, KENTUCKY iI.OO Por Yonr $1.00 r 1 PERSONALS Roost. lie's here Booit forme. . He u Booster. Buy it today. The Booster Store. Buy Coupon Books. Win the Watch Saturday. Save your Booster coupons. Get busy-get coupons-Boost. Oh, you pony, cart and harness Read the Booster add on page 8 Automobiles will soon go in for the winter. here Friday. What's the matter Mutt? The Star twinkles every night with four reels of pictures. Big Street Parade Passes Booster Store wait for it there. With regret we announce that our Editor is still puny. Methodict Ladies' Aid Bazaar, West Side Public Square Dr. T. C. Vicars, of Grays, was here on business Monday. Parker Mercantile Cotupany-the Booster Store. The new Christian Church il rnpidly nearing completion. Joe Davis, of Rain, was here ou business Tuesday. Alex Stansbcrry, of Knox Fork, was in this city Tuesday. Rev. H. R. Overley was in Louis ville a day o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 October 1914

K?l ' w1 -'P1;.1- WGWJWJJWEl T,fPiffP ORs&s i ''A7 Tr , ' rWV ' ."f. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . . Hw.-Mj 1 Wk C. s&sfer. SHETLAND PONY HARNESS AND Rubber-Tired Cart 'V A," -? ' - " T t.fv !-? " u I&3&& s VMS 'AySaF ; r " 1, .i,VTMM. N.- 'S-. i '. ii i . TCiC ". - r :& : n t .Hr 13" i. ' -y. "" . K i - "1- ""'i k. , " F . "C?T L, ' -..-" ' !" - , - i .. i 3,- if- . 'H Rv?fj J f f ' " . fifes' ' &SV '" if. . C- "' . r.-J - Uf fc" ' .f . By' mimmmimwBmnamimi-'JznamjKXMameitMimL. . d j rroBB GIVEN AWAY F-R-E-IL W7 VsbvJR -.-T - j'1 VrJh-3 ' iHnBBH t FREE! m la li FREE! Thousands of Booster Coupons for the booster Club We want a thousand or more persons to become active helpers for the mem bers of our Booster Club. In order that you may help your favorite, we shall give fifty Booster Coupons free to cacli person, over six years old, who comes to our store on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, and registers in a book pi'ovided for that purpose. And for each mile traveled by th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

BfeWMJlVjlt4UL 1 flHHHIHHIHHflH!fl9HIIHHSn JSPf EOE' " ii our ilHSr w i jB ILstJotllr 1 temif Iltt Itofitti CIRCULATION TIIIH WEKK 3,500 - .f-'l urtffl OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THK REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. paai3g.2s.54ssisa . - ... -Hi''- ' 1 1 tim.W 9 SBIHw jjpajfc Mew Series: Vol. IV, No. 4. B0sftJii(fr Ajfmml ca. 1 imnnnai in nil n iinnu mn i.iLii"'.i'ui,p;.' ,j i j. i auKs Ft ?k Tjwuyfsmesssnemsr r. i . . vrnKmMmSz? it v "THE -WL&Sr. H R . I 'SeV aft WJm u r m. Htm "& 0 MKi 3iar H K l r&J US, ' BR BBF J MfipTLiiv- I G BSC'.. . ' IsWkr T4Kw JT.4S tt Srmmir,r if HAfl ..j" IIP Pfe wartittvf - ROLLopHONOR BANK" Q-R-0-W-S While the hard times have reduced Hie de posits of many good banks, vc have more deposits now than we had al thii time a year ago. It takes a strong, live hank to grow in hard times. We want your business and will help you in every way consistent with safe banking. '6fo Interest p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

HW3U1 HrWQW'ryy'1 ' PMU'i? THE MOUltfAIN ADVOCATE YdjjK. Pfc .: i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED CVRhY FMDAT AT 8ARB0UBVILUCKBNTU0KY W. n. McDosalo Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Enured HecoDd-Olaii Matter Kcbroary 18, U04 at the Poatplfice at UarbontrllK Kj., uuder Ait uf Uungrvf s ot March a. If. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Orfldtt of the Hepubllcon Parly In Knox County. The Stockholders of the Advo cate uio aa follows F. D. Samp son,J.F. Catron, W. H. Doth erage, John II. LatYson, Joe F. rinawnrtii. Caleb Powers. S. A. Smith and W. H. McDonald. AN OUTRAGED PEOPLE Last, Saturday, the !Mth. there was a Cirrus in town. This ag gregation vH billed as "Kit Carsons" ButTalo Kam-h Wild WeBt Show, and we venture ilia ascertion, that if "Kit" knew of the lotten coio wrapped up in this bunch he surely would have turned over in his grave. Thia was their lust performance and after dark, whet, the show had bpeii loaded on tho cars, they began to pay theii laborers, in t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

- TH ' MdlJ UtfAlN AUVOCATB m?f" 11 !" (.; iv:.. I V i U it I . - m x -t fc, i IfcO -sifc -wt))a-wOr'-wtf ra u m wf Mr -7 - . v- w J h , ft - - j P i f VALVE-IN-HEAD 7 J tf f"" f 19 IL Mat 15 &17 rA FOURS .&& T'U- E '-I- A.T.. f & MOTOR CARS xncuuitK. viivc-ui-wcau IVXUIU1 J C! UASON nftor secson of continued ui,.,i, s Iuh denimi- If m - oiiac'ii bim unit; uuw if i 'jj in-IIoud motor, tlio motor that litis Iioimi tlic kcv note of j 8 lluick success for tho past twelve yearc Soarc.hiiiR and ex- f Jt liaunti.vo tests by tlic world's leading authorities mi gas j driviMi motors, supplemented by yi-i.iv of cpi it?nci on i 'J I'mi. t curs, have proven the fittperinnlj ul Viiho-iii-IIond J motor over all other types. That is why it i- Iniintl m Iiuick . j. i u. That is why nil Buicks give mti' fart mo. I A. D. SMITH, Sales A(cnt. BtirbourviliC, Ity Btt9 fca. "a - WAR! irv v m l v gjv JBgs jMmMt. T-JAS the whole world gone stark mad oxer a very fonlidi and trivial question? ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

itS; VTVajh ,THIC HQUmMH ARVOCATE u !.. ?v Skeleton Is Proof. That California watt at one tlm the haaie of almost every kind of animal has received further proof by the die covery or a skull and other bones of a huge wild hoar in imperial valley. The find was rnaiio on a big ranch, where a tractor plow was breaking up thb ground for a cotton field. Ono tuek of the great pin lacka Just traction of being iC Inches long. The other It! broken. Triumph of Muts. it wm but the other U when the triumph of the deaf ar.d dumb faced me. It was a ship Just starting from Southampton to Canada You know the unheard shouts during the last hour from the shore There were two men. deaf and dumb talking quletly wlth their fingers to the brother on hoard, who could reply They were the only thre that could talk freely among the unheard tumult Iondott Chron icle. Our Shadow. Everyone of us casts a shadow. There bangs above us a sort of po- oumbra a strange, tudnllnable some- thing which wo call the person...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

k V M s fir V-r I ? K ft-r . ,.' it 1 JO fa THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TELBPHONE NUMUKH-U nAitnounviiiLE, kentuokx $1.00 Por Yoar-SI.OO r 1 PERSONALS . Boost, BoostTorme. lie ft Booster. Iluy it today. The Booster Store. Buy Coupon Books. Save your Booster coupon. Oct busy-get coupons-Boost. Ob, you pony, cart and harness. Get busy with the Booster Club at Parkers. Parker Mercantile Corapany-the Booster Store. Did you go to the show? Wru.Cnrty, of Jnrvis' Store was here Monday. J A Stnnsbury, of Knox Fork, was here Saturday. Y II Childers, of Hopper, was in town Wednesday. J H Riley, of Hopper, was here on business Wednesday. Loyd Payne, of Corbin, visited friends here Sunday. 'Squire J M Cole, of Sprule, was in to see us Wednesday. Dr. Crit Jones, of Crane Nest, was here on business Monday. Mrs 1 H Blackburn spent last week in Harlan visiting relatives, C R Bennett, of Horn Branch, was in town on business Mouday. J I, Burnett, of Woollum, was in town on business Wednesday. W F Lee, o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

TOT MOUNTAIN HDTOCATE " fmBKSBfw i'iM i ini-iimi iWimjj.j 3mB COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE QIBBS ( Rough Ridr ) Sam Cobb, who has beco Terr HI with typhoid it much improved. John Cobb and wife of Pigeon Roort, are visiting relatives her this week. CRANE NEST, ( Djr Simon ) Jack Melton and wife and Mi" Ollie Hart attended the Association Sunday at Robinson Church. Mic Lizzie, Ollie and Verdie Smith nttended church on Big Richland Sunday. Will Jones and 1U Maggie Bit ins were married Tueday night, McKinley Brumett U working in Harlan county. Best wishes to the Advocate and its many readers. LOCUST QROVE By Daisy Most everybody at this plooe art digging sweet potatoes and gutbsf ing pumpkins. L. H. Callebs and W. E. Ham mons have been on the sick lilt this week. Everybody enjoyed themselves at the qean stringing Saturday night The stork visited the homc'of Mr. irA Mrs. Holton Oct. 22 and left a fine boy. George Harnmons made a business trip to Rarboarville Wednesday. The Locust Grove school m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

'W i? SUPPLEMENT TO M MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE '3 &LM r IR III THE AST. PANIC IN THE WE SI USTROrtllMlIC PARTY s. qt pnn OS: uUD I ONE SHOULD EAT HUMBLE PIE, BUT ALL SHOULD GET TOGETHER Governor Willson Makes Earnest Appeal To Voters Democratic Party Never Progressive Voters Can Join Hands To Oppose the Policy Which Has Thrown Out of Employment More Than Half a Million Working Men and Put Another Million On Half Time Republican Protection Builds Up !n opening his campaign for the aenatorshlp at Louisville recently, Gov. W'lllton Bald In part "Tho votes against the Democratic party In 1012 were 1,360,961 more than those for it, but .tho Republican family quarrel split the majority voto. Thore wero two sides to tho quarrel Mid It w 111 do no good to blame either side. Tliero were splendid Republic ans on both sides of the split, but they wore and aro Republicans. "I realize how llttlo any one man can do, but each must do all that he can, and so I say earnestly that the Kopubllcan party- ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 October 1914

V5riPJpW" SECRETARY McADDO ATTEMPTS TO CONCEAL CAUSE OF TROUBLE TVILLiAMr MARSHALL BULLITT STATE FINANCES AND RESULTS OF .. .r. REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC RULE 1U Wi fe' J rv i- ; '-- KY at. A Ib&t "With ft Congressional election ap proaching and a big army ol unem ployed In a state of unrest, the admin istration loaders are In despair. Sec retary McAdoo attempts to conceal the rwl cnuao of the trouble by quarrel lorj with Individuals for not depositing tholr money In the banks and with the banks for not lending It. Ho says: "There la evidence la some nuartors that Individuals and orporatlons are hoarding money. It is Just as rpprehenslble for them to do this ns It Js for the banks. There Is no roaron -why the people should not deposit tholr money la the usual way -with absolute confidence, and thero Is no reason why business should not bo conducted In the usual way." , Hers Is admission by tho highest Democratic authority that tho business of the country is paralyzed. That In di...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 November 1914

rift in MtoMe.isl ' jmlj rmte '& $ "s;. iJ OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 5. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G, 19 14, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. 2$ . 6A i: f Sk w EV-- bX &; ft.' 50 r lr &F " 1 & o - m '?& '4. - Republican Landslide Will There Be a Log Cabin Party In 1916? YES! Republicans Gain 43 Seats in Congress the Senate would he reduced to four At an early hour Wednesday re turns from the Congresionnl dig. tricts in many States were incom plete. Actual returns showed n Re publican ,Rnin of 6-1 House scats, which would mnken difference ol 108 in the House majority, provided later returns should not develop Democratic gains. That would re- ducc the present Democratic majority nf 141 to 3.1. Put a porout pln'trr on the rheit and tnke a good cough svrup in ternally if you would trcnt a severe cac of sore lunyi properly Get the dollar fire BALLARD'S H0RE HOUND bYRUP With each liottle there is a free MERRICK...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 November 1914

g WPWWHWBHHWWiBBWMMBWBWHiBBli i. ... ! -"-' '', '? MMMfc ' ', FOR THE BEST SHORTCAKE ftKvtpt) From New England, Whr It It Said the Delicacy Wat Flrt Made. It U said that str.-rt)srr7 short att originated lc New England and aVlld atrawberrlet were first used la It. U you hare catco inch a abort CAka. made where "tho wild strew tsrlM grow," you know how supe rior It li to tb ordinary kind How err. we must content ourselves tilth ouHlrated borrlos. Reatrvo enough vi the finest nearles from two quarts to ooTw the top of your cake. Cut Um remaining borrlei In half, or KU04 If large; sugar wall and stand for cjx hour, at lcnst. Make your ct with three plats of sifted pastry ; Sour, three toajpoonfula of crttun of tartar and a teaapoonful of salt sifted 6- Rub In two tobleepoonfuls of butter and one of lard. Mix It wtth a pint of milk with a teaapoonful of soda dissolved In it Three taspooo fuls of baking powder may replaco to oream of tartar and sods. Roll or t out half an Inch thick, and...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 November 1914

ih jr-" .'.', - ' -- ; ft! , 7- ri -.V 1-- - jJFS u A fc. r J I V. . fca jr .-92 " '& jjsjsjjfpiJBplsissBWsy . jLtfArifiM V- iL. ''. . i iviu: ll-JELEPKOKB 1UMBR-H niiTttOUiivJXiiaiJ, ju;iuu tfkUMI r J PERSONALS Boost. Boost for me. He a booster. Buy it today. The Uooster Store. Iluy Coupon Book. Save your Booster coupons. Get busy-get coupons-Boost. Oh, you pony, cart and harness Get busy with the Booster Club at Parkers. Parker Mercantile Company-the Booster Store. Try the Model Bakery' products. J A Stansberry, of Knox Fork, was here Monday. Esquire I M Cole, of Girdler, was in town Wednrsday. T A Watson, the piano man, was up '.-oai Corbiu Thursday. Don't fail to season tickets for the Big Chutnuqua next week. Thursdav, Friday, Saturday of ,n.xt week-Big Chatauqua. Walter Hurd, of Emanuel, was in town Saturday on business. Win Car ty, of Jaryis' Store, was in town Monday on business. J H Riley, of Hopper, was ia this city on business Wednesday. D W Slusher, of Flat Lick, was...

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