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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 November 1914

?, fcV" k , J- v -, ,A " V r 1 . : SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY IS UROEO TATE-WIDE PHOHIDITlON IN 19t AND NATIOVWIDF IN 120 IS ENDORSED 60LDE1. JUBILEE M YEAR 1915 Forty-Ninth AssooUllen Adjourns Aftsr Holding Interesting Meet- Ing In LrAlngtari. VfMtwn .N'fwr.ptr Union Nsws Btrvtcs Lexington, Kj - (JoToKtuula) Uchool Sunday will be obse ved throughout Kentucky Sunda, April ii, If the tentative ee'eotloiv of this date which was wade here lit thi Kentucky SunJij -iluvl iuml . lutloit la confirmed by the ixecittlve ci intuit tto which meets In Louisville la Jan utry. A resolution declaring this ol eerv&nco a permanent Institution oi it aisorlatlon n adopted im.in lmously at a sishI.ii n( the association This day wis fiivt oi i I In Ken tucky last Way 3. the -rt Sunday la that inontli, when 1 w - riutmted b; the Snndny school u-.' i n oc omclalu that 075,000 pertnn i uli l Sutiila) eolyool, the larger-l li mi nutiibti at tending Hiindaj h.v . m one div In ths state before tlm p i being 300, C...

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

V Tt-.W, ' -KSSSSSSHI ' 'f' Mil ' ' ' . ' -1 . ' .1 1 1 11 11 i'i mam LiamimmZMM JL .. !? 17. .- ,V- 'j v- w " EALV . Vkfl ! ' P. ML W& V r BUTTER FLAVORINGS THAN CAN BB PUROHASBO. Roe Leave Cooked With Sugar Urv ill it Jollies la One of the Bt Olncr Extract Little Troubla to Prepare Vanilla. . .. When roica are In bloom. those who havo garden can make a, dell- clour lolly from the petals (or flavor- tr4 ".ken, puddings or badc. T'i roso leaves ''must b laid on Iran to dry. othorwlse they will mildew beforo a sufficient Quantity era ready. Put the petal Into a pro Barring kottlo with Just enough water to ovir and cook until they are every w 3ilr Then measure and- cook Jt' iui.nr, pint for pint, until It cliruRoe to a thick Jelly. A teaspoon till i enough to flavor any dish. Tlose Flavw Ins Fill a bottle with rtMe leaven crowding In as many rb possible 1kt In puro grain alcohol, so tho pittals are oovered, and cork tightly Sfit svny In a cool plaoe for several weeks. Then strain ...

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

&&& 3$- '-. .f a;, n WW :HQKtCMN4 ADVOCATE -.? Si. $k THE MOOHTAiN ADVOCATE FCBLIBllED KYKHY FRIDAY AT BABBOURVILLK.KENTUOKY ot w rnnrttitn Kditor V. 0. McDcmu), Assoc. EDnon,'''er" fire! Defenceless and despairing nnmncrati nharee the Republi cans with raising the cry of panic. Would they have us stand by like a lot ot blooming idiots and watch the town burn up and not Entered . rieeouJ-ei' Metier FebniBrjr 15, lOi at the PoitcOo t natbourTllle. Kj; under Act of Contn of March S. !:. One Dollar Per Year m Advance The OftlcUl Oman ot the Rcpubllun fy you? Purfy In Knox County. Have yon read the defence of the tidminlatiatioti by the Dem ocratic newspaper, or heard it from Democratic bpoakersY It yon have, do their reason- satis THE DEMOCRATIC . I Solho old DemPcraiic Donkey. h6 at last been made to render some useful service. Soino pa triotic Democratic Louisville butchers are reliovlnK the party from the odium of soup bouses by feeding th great nrrny of the am ployed on...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 November 1914

WHfWtWv ?"! lft''vt'i0f'v',ww W .lW!;fV .. V -P: ,jrr gm THX MOUNTAIN ADV0CAT8 JWt k,WM rteh .V. . -:.- -- K" "8 4 H Hi -r ft' ffl. J. If M .J iiK&sr " gfr f w s I I9 JJk Ifefe 5 I ' fours (WocJl sixes! a: The Buick Valve-in-Head Motor J Ji O stratcd tlio valuo and preeminence of the Buick Valve- j in-Head motor, the motor that has been the key note of j Buick success for the past twelve years. Searching and ex- Ji haustivo tests by the world's leading authorities on gas "j driven motors, supplemented by years of experience on j Buick cars, have proven the superiority of Valvcin-IIead I motor over all other types. That is why it is found in Buick j curs. That is why all Buicks give satisfaction. j I A. D. SMITH, Sales Agent. Barbourville, Ity. f -&. s,t) -s. f -. ". "teto- WANT ADS W HEN PURCHASING a Piano you want the very best, Let ui quote you our prices before you buy. Our instruments come direct from factory to you no middleman's profit. WATSON PIANO CO., T. A. Wntson, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 6 November 1914

ft ' , , COUNTY CORRESP NDENCE ( Ily Big Jim ) Mi Emma Martin, Mesdames j: Mnrti'n nmt Mnfhara HntTI' moot were gnats of Aunt Snan Hammnn Snndny. 11 n 1 f L It...,.!!- itiil.fl talipes's trip to .Manchester the first n of the week. John G. Haramous ami N. V. Berrj are visiting Fielding Ham mon thU week. frof. Henry Dennett sat up Tues day night in order to bear the Demo crat rooster crow. John A. Riley has gatcred n fine lot of male ptmpkins this season. John A Riley has purchased u cul tivator. John says he must buy n temper in order to made a level plsce to set it on. OIBBS ( Rough Hitler i Taylor Tedders lias kiiled f big iat bog, go there find get our itit.ncr Mary Moore says l.e will 3tarve for milk as her cow has twin calves. JaVx Tavlor thinks there is o-vhow for his two hogs jet by :lose at teution. Andrew Cobbishuing jiigs now and will be glad to pay market price for same. Ambers Cobb has hail Ins mill burs sharpened, give him a call and get some good meal. Aucline Tuttle b...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 November 1914

arte OtIK 5,500 riKCt'LATION nu WTK 3,500 m T c- t taffltim&at tiVBi&3&i OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE .REPUBLICAN pAVftY IN KNOX COUNTY . New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 6. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914, Old Scries: VolVIJI, No. 34. mm JMtib i . m4..4 m f wmittiTO'iOTi 1 5tV .w wV, . I ?! i-. lW-. z, if . V it "THE ROLL of HONOR BANK G-R-6-W-5 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 6 "row in hard times. We want your business ami will help you in every way consistent with safe banking. t. 3co Interest paid on Time Deposits. Pars! National Bonk, , ' ourville, lientuc;. I:- J iX !.. u ijumm rtjko -7 mot anaai U b ZIUCKI. nCcs&uiarnakXK'SStiO' r THE CHURCHES Christian Church. The usual sen ices will be held at the Court House next Sunday. The subject of the forenoon ser mon will be "Sincerity Tested." The evening sermon will ho on "Rebuilding the Fall...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 November 1914

SSStLHi k: it t K WMW'Wy THE B0DHTA1H ADVOCATE pmiUBIIKI) LVBh FHtDAY AT BARBOURVlU.F.KKNTUOKi' Y. II. Ml'DoNAlU U1D110H V. 0. McDoxald, Abboo. Editor Kuurtd rt SiH-wiHl-C'InM Mutter I'obrunrj la, Mi at tits 1'ifft .iflct. nl Darbourvtlle, Ky ulnUr Act i.rtuiiKi. .i.i Mr. U.t, W. Ono Dollar Per i-nr in Advance The Official Oriun or flic ItcpuMlcnn I'itrlv In Knox ( ounty. ! is just another casebf history to 1 ONCE AGAIN-CALEB. f-"it Once mora Caleb Powers comes down t ho pike in 'the 'Eleventh District with some, 10,000 tot- to the good. Anil we wcv as Hired that all the pemocrats, Progressives, Independents, So cialists an J (snre-headed lAvpub Means were going tj-iniito nn oar old friend John Ueory -Wilson. Wf bcllevo John Henry carried a county or two bv a tiehLsntibeae and Caleb got the balance, which THJC MOlTHTAill AbVOCATE 1 TrrWHHmWBTMBHin"?TrWMMrTrrwirriMMB him ! i irn 'mi f an ti im ft -' ii - i - rr--i - , ,- - -i- --- . - . . --.-.-, TSSSi- SKu PBV feSI4L, 1 bf Mo VfvWM ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 November 1914

twtjrw :w TKP75WJ WW tV A tkE MOUNTAIN a5USCA ii i n i' -str. k. rN i .. 0"" if t A.r - hff' ft r I' VAlVtlMHgAD ife r- I ill I L rnwiiWfWi f I J MOTOR CARS - 45u5C 4 i ( FOURS rtwawcyva SIXESi Is The Buick Valve-in-Head Motor CASON after season of continued success has demon strated the value and preeminence of tho Buick Valve- in-Head motor, the motor that has been the key note of Buick success for the past twelve years, Searching and ex haustive tests by the world'e leading authorities on gaa j driven motors, supplemented by years of experience on I Buick cars, have proven the superiority of Valve.iiIIead motor over all other types. .That is why it is found in Buick (cars. That is why all Buitks give satisfaction. A. D. SMITH, Soles Agent. Barbourville, Kv. 1 ' ! 'II ! Ill " , , . . i,. i . WANT ADS fT 'Professional Cards, WHEN PURCHASING n Piano you want tlie very best Let u quote you our prices before jon buy. Our iustrumenl come direct from factory to jou no middleman's profit...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 November 1914

MOUN NTAIN IT TG ADVOCATE el bin tfl ki l : Hilly r ybarf w t School tainment -AT WHEELER, KY. rhanksgiving Day jamo.1. MilM'W .V'4tm4 KfJAHRCT H BiikiJlUa titi r ff sr-gsm IMljm HilHi EM Thursday, Nov. 26, 1914 As 9sOO O'clock A. M. . ... - - -- rasocaw .m.'-'a? sastrjtfMBB8Mi"" Everybody is cordially invited to attend these exercises. Plenty of recitations, school songs, drills, pantomimes, yells, tableau, dialogs, plays, etc. will be delivered all day Plenty of music, both stringed and band will enliven every lull n; ilu : program. Plenty of oratory of every -ort and discretion will be on tap ready to make you 47 augh and cry whether you will or not. Five schools vill use their every power to maRe the ry a successful one for you. Come and brin w family, your sweetheart and your friends Come prepared to slay , all day Nothing to sell No collection will be taken. Thit, cjreal mental feasl of (jood things will be Free! Free! Free! Some ptouvjnt speakers vvlio have promised to be pre...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 November 1914

Mr SA. P i mSs ffcS m J" uinplm.imniM'"iiw rn" "' ' ' . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 11-TELEPHONK NUMBEB-J4 ItAnDOUIlVIMiE, KENTUOH SI O0Por Yoar S1.00 rr- 1 . L 1 I : f 1 PERSONALS Boost. Boost forme. Be a Booster. Buy it today. The Booster Store. Buy Coupon Books. Save your Booster coupons. Get busj-get coupons-Boost. Ob, you pony, cart and harness. r.,f hnv with the Booster Clubt at Parkers. Parker Mercantile Company-tbe Booster btorc. J Have you seen our new devil. i W. R. Rnmey. of Warren, was in J- city Saturda. Ge herr W, 3 Owens, t Rosslanu, -was . business M tsday. . K. tecum, ' Artcmus, wn in t M viJm - i Tuesday. to Lv vr.?.ell, of ...ltddlcsboro, va ia this city last v. :k on business. MikeDouahu Wheeler, attenff ed court here the rirt of the week. Geo M Terrell, of Plarcc, U hert this week looking after his property Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sampson left Sunday for an extended trip up $ast Our highway should be complet ed to Cumberland Gap in I8montli&. Wanted One thousand subscr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 20 November 1914

KTiS fk7 " THB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ran 'A I 4- .4.r ,?i; a - MMhJlJgaj fl.ai WOOLLUM ( Mine Hci ) I No wagon U belter Aran fhe tmohlrrg that belttnu R. Coru gathering is till the go her? Miss Alllc Hunrly visiter! M!.cs( Bertha nud Norn linmmon Satur day and Sundnv. Mrs Mng-ie otie anil Miss Mft tildu DleviiiR isitcd tlirit sifter. Mri Mary Cobb, Nit m day .mil Sunday. Everjbndi iiitrtl themselves nne At the box supper ii'uiihu night ul th. Hull Creek h. i h. me. A lurj'e intuit .V-ntded punii nieetiug ut Amioch 1 :.urdit) night fknJ had a mot' meeting A large I'touil attended "itniUj, , school Sundnv tun! 'y Misfcs Hlla ..rid Teu-iip Colti'iism ' ate isiting a. mefollts this w ek, al! vcre plcajcd to m then. BfiggBSEfQ TLcaColo AtuS wife wcic ieittug i -..,- UnM ' JfWUI IIVIIIW P mSKS I I "liitlii Rills Lnnt TTnrR" I ui u uiiij uuuii nuiu m i to,1 lW.lWW.iWM"iiMiW""MW"iWWWW"W . V. jKir l RTr t 'rvTrTllih Tl .11' 'H tf &SSissBE rui tb. twr in & r. 11 1 -v.xb izi h ii jt &S...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 November 1914

OFFICIAL ORGAN On TIM RliPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY 'A New Series: Vol. IV, No. 7. BARBOURVILLE, KY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 191 4, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. iS Lt V..UI I i! ? "THE ROLL of HONOR BANK" G-K-O-W-S wxiwhiwwmhiii '!!'' iii.au hi wwiiwinw w w wiwiMwyM 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. Wc want your business and will help you m every way consistent with safe banking. 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, THE CHURCHES Christian Church. Tlio usual son ices will beheld at the Court Limine next Sunday. The subject of the forenoon ser mon will be "The New Creation and what ii Involved in it." "The Conversion of a Roman Solrliei" will be discussed at the. ow iiig service. All are wel come, fume and worhipwilh us. J. V. Ligon, Minister. M. E. Church Sunday school at 9:.'I0 a.m., A. M.. Decker, Super...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 November 1914

SK THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ''I 'I. ,1 ft L, THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBUBUED KVEhY FH1D.W AT UAKBOUKVlLLE.JvKNTUCKY W. II. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Kditor Entsrrd a HfCona-OlnM Mnttr rlruar U. 1WX t the J'extofflf Mt Htubuanultf. S.J., uniltr Act ot Cvnilf ess w March 3. 1S7V, Ono Dollar Tor Year in Advance The Offlcl.il Organ at the Republican Partv in Knox County. It is not olteu that we can so heutily agree with Marse Henry Wntttriou, liut the following desaer tation from him on tin- Dull Mooets is so good that weennno refrain troci giving onr lenders the I eaefit of it. The -irtule is us lol lows: "JJ The null .Moose stands IkiII way lelween Hell ami the Iron Works, the Devil and the Dap P-hir Sea Thus he can swim or cat live teals, as the cac rrmmes, tie :i woman or u man at will. In the North he i a dissatisfied Kepublicar., in the South n dUgrun'' !ed Democrat. In Louisiana net might call hiui Old 5iianr-ui-tL--Gcurd, in Pennsiltaniu, the Ik Goat of the High Turin" ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 November 1914

v JWf&Gr vwrvfTmnv, wwr ,-rvsiMfr nrr V? j'im . i i THB MOUNTAIN ADV. T'- ($ if r fer fi r" I KU A f Q 1 VALVE-IN-HEAD ' jk EL t 41 I 1 , F I tMX Mnrna ne 1 v. C3- V i-"--! flj T f WANT ADS FOURS f &&& - & t Tk n.-ju ri u.i tit , j , uiv,x v ttwc-ui-jneaa motor t I C EASON after season of continued success lias demon- i vJ strated the value and preeminence of tlwj Buick Valvo- I i in-Head motor, the motor that has been tihe key note of J f Buick success for-the pant twolvo years. Seurcliing and ex- haustivo toBtu by tho- world's leading authorities on gas 1 7 driven motors, supplemented by years of experience on 1 f Buick cars, have proven the superiority of Valve-in-Ueail f motor over all other types. That is why it is found hi Buick I 1 cars. That is why all Buicks give satisfaction. j f A. D. SMITH, Soles Agent. Barbourville, lv. I WHEN PURCHASING u Piano you want the very best. Let us quote you our prices before you buy Our instruments come direct from fnctor...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 November 1914

- 1B r COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE ) (by Mutt') C E Orebaugh, of. Middlesboro, was in Camp Sunday. Roy J. Rogers spent Sunday with friends in Cot bin Sheriff S 1. Lewi was here busioefs Sntutdtty. on S. K. Jcnuing of ohuoit Citv wm , in nitr Camp u few days lust week j w ni.- ..r ,,, I Mr. and Mrs. . Ualton ol Anchor i spent Sunday .!t!, Mr n.i.l Mrs. Feirce. C. 1 Raney spent a couple of days in Knox villi last week on impnitant businrss. Mr and Mrs Crockett have ns their guest Mrs Crockett's sister Mrs II W Carson and Mr Cnrsnu of Pit laika, Vn. R C Hrojlei f-ruterly .vitli the Carter people as chief P.'cctrkinu, but now of Fonrmile, Ky. wns visit- fng in our Camps Sunday. j Miss es'ie Mnjbciv went to tirnvs lest Saturday to spend the weekend with Iriends, she win net ompatiied back to warren v m i.u "'visiting telatlws Packard who will ne her guest tor several days Mrs E DCaltee vili.i has pent scv- eral eeki in Wnaren the gul of her sister, Mrs C N Crockett received a message Monday an...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 November 1914

&i. H J. I. " y rV' u v, I ...,,. & ! V I t m it. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE h-telephone numbeb-14 oahoourviixe, kentcckx Sl.OOPor Yoar-61.00 1 PERSONALS George Nelp, of Corbin, was here Tuesday. J A Stnnsberry, of Kaox Fork, was in town Tuesday W W Tinslcy spent the first part ol this week in London. I II Jnckson attended the Federal Court in London this week. D W Hubbard of Flat Lick was in town on business Tuesday. The Star twiukles every night with four reels of pictures. Walter Hubbard of Scalf, spent a few days of thie week in this city. John Stanfill of Colmar, spent Thanksgiving with homefolks in this city. Mr James Clark, Jr., of Louisville, is the nuest of Lyman Benjaman this week. W 11 Spnhr, ol Corbin, was here representing the Standard Oil Co., Tuesday. Pleas Mills of this city made a fly ihg trip to Stinking-creek last Sat urday ou business. Judge I D Main is in ludianapolis Ind., visiting his daughter, Mrs V. F. F.Jones this week. Vernon Faulkner and Mr Lale came u...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 November 1914

. , t- r r. KvJSfS uu,1 .rrr Significant Facts and Pertinent Questions The first convention of the Na tional Rivers nn J Harbor Congress wai held in Baltimore in 11)01, nfter a River and Harbors Mill had been talked to death. The.Rlcvcnth Con Tentioa is to assemble in Washing ton following a hllibuster in the Senate which cut the appropriation in tbe l'Jlt Riven and Hutliors Bill from more than $53 000.000 down to $20,000,000. The striking and Mguituint feat ure cf the situation, however, is not the reduced appropriation lor the present fiscal year, hut the violent attack tha "Declaration of War" which has been made, both in the Federal Congress and bv a portion of the press, on ttie policy t.f water way improvcmict. Senators and Representatives in Congress, Army Cnjjineers, commer cial organizations (sneering! referr ed toas ' Bootur Clubs,") water way GlSDciutjun, tht very people of the United States-all who tavor tue hupteteineut 0: our nver and har bors have been l.tld up in oor...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 December 1914

Hk. - r' jEwwi'jfr !! i ii immi ftte . flvijMi'" Ti" i jr"tTVKT. .VTUi - v-uvu. t .rarjnHMiaHiriMiHM MMSJ J; i OT i t eiRcuiiATrotf 4 THIS WERK 3,500 mz&sm&K ' ''I l t't. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY 3rc - IJi3 ew Scries: Vol. IV. No 8. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. . rJUK- ' Pi' ' ' ' " t t'tlflOJ t rYT fc ? 0 Mp iaBP; 1 M 1: mat'' '$& ' ''tip fii"' ! tUmSr-TO. ST rti v.. . . t .s:: JJtjWt prerrrneEZHK;.'wi' J M Hf UPION, Phes. ROBERT W. COLE, CAuniEH. Do Business With The ROLL of HONOR BANK -ALS0iip- Member and Stockholder of Federal Reserve Bank. Safe, Conservative & liQlpiul 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. 3 . sntfj creatures, and has come to the "Crossing of the Cold and Dark River," theee same mieiorB who have eot at their own tables, where the wine glitters in the gobUt beneath the many colored chandeliers, with all that there ib to ombelish lif...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 December 1914

a FT 7 1 V '- ' rf, - ,y , mJB. TPWI ..'" -V n. V 4-.' M F5- k' tH THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE - PUBLISHED KVEKY FKIDAT AT BAKBOURVlLLE.KENTUCKr W. H. McDonald Editoh V. 0. McDokalu, Absoc. Editor EnUrod si Second-Clint Matter Februtfry IS. 1W4 at tbo l'oitomof at Barbourville. Ky., nader Act ot Conffrtsi of March 3. 1?7. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman or the Republican Party in Knox County. STATEMENT Of tlio Ownership, Manage ment, Circulation, Etc,, required by the Act of August 21, 1912. of The Mountain Advocate publish d weekly at Harbourville, Ky., for October, 1911. Editor.'W. H. Mo Donald, Bar bourville, Ky. Managing Editor, W. H. Mc Donald. Business Manage), W. H. Mc Donald. Publisher, II. McDonald. Owners: F. D. Sampson, Har bourville, Ky. Caleb Powers, Barbourville, Ky. .1. II. Lawson, Bart.ourville, Ky. W. II. Mc Donald. Barbnursillt-, Ky. S. A. Smith, Barbnurville, Ky. J. F. Catron, Barbourville, Ky. J. F. Bosworth, Middlesborn, Ky. V. II. McDosiald Sworn to ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 December 1914

""-- ITIT1mM"' flsss llHissssssli 3f?GiW,ir in ' ! ' , 'rJsssssssssssM . " ,-:SpXWW. 'lJllS -; w MOUNTAIN umnttw -t 1 IProttsstonat Cards llHfflIHHin.fWH.WrWtKiWitWW JmMBPBPi'''' u TiiiCTiiijiMiBi80WsjBpsjEiii jJsshsssf R PmmJkm tVusrssssKSim II Buy Them a If w 19 r '- ii.ii-in'ptww f Jr jL ?j MOTOR CAn ECONOMY Economy in fuel con sumption E c ono my in tire mileac2con omy in uplccep-and atrst of all, Economy in the long run hoc xuso Ji everlasting quality. i in a'e every day establishing remarkable fuel economy ir. It wat a Buick that won the Wisconsin Reliability inomy Contest witn an average ot n a nines tue ganon 500 miles. nds ot unsolicited letters from satisfied owners vouch ek economy ol upkeep and records of tire mileage. (.umnte of Buick longevity and uninterrupted service, the various models, from the first one built. They're service aotne of them in our home town. Built in Fours and Sizes $900 to $1,650 (P. O. B. Pilot, MIchiD. i l. SMI TH, boles Agenl. Ba.bajrv.!w, .'.v...

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