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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 December 1914

---,-. ;-0tiJIRiL$i$ & .) - ... "W. r7,- , JTtQB, ACOUMfrAtN ADVQOATfl N vffT( T " 7 ; " nKI' "IVS.irT y4)vW4D07PVl3lEnilnB7HPH' v. '-.am f. aJtr jrr-jt tKvmotVSTtSI- ' - 'l -XL' '-! ' '35 i ttto oi 4 I THE RURAL THE FARMERS THE CU8T0DIAN8 OF THE NATION'S MORALITY. EUROPEAN WAR SHAT TERS KING COTTON'S THRONE FLEECY STAPLE MUST PAY RAN SOM INTO THE COFFERS OF WAR. Ct-operatlon of Church, School and Press Essential to Community Building. Nation Rlngt With Crle of 8trlcken Industry. T WE ARE LONQ ON PRODUCTION. SHORT CN DISTRIBUTION. IHEPM DOLII .flfi am NATION'S LABOR PROBLEM By Peter Radford l.tcturcr National Farmers' Union. The church, the press and the school form a triple alliance of pro:rus that guides the destiny of eery commun ity, stnto and nation. Without them civilization would wither and did and through them lire nay nttulii Its great est blessing, pewer and knowledge. Tfc'j farmers of thin nation ere a oatly indebted to this social trlurovlruto for their uplifting Inf...

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

mi v0f-. DWEHS zfl n IF p i? THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ll-TULT3PnONE NUMBKR-14 n.vnnounvnxE, kentdobS' 61.00Por Yoar-S1.00 r 1 PERSONALS Pnriinn Ivory Toilet, Manicures uiid other Novelties on display at Cnstcllow's. White Lnne Moss, of Pineville, was in our city on business Tuesday V. II. Childcrs, of Hopper, was here Tuesday on business. Mrs. D C I'nyne wns in Crab 'forch'urd visiting her daughter, Mrs SJ Tntiim. the first oftht week. Misses Carrie and Ruth Stanfill 'nrciu Cohnnr visiting their brother, John Stanfill, this week, Don't forqet the program to be rendered in B B I Chapel Monday evening, price 15 and 25 cents. Costellow Drug Company are opening up their Holiday goods and nn immense stock it is everything to suit everybody. There will be a business session of the church Sunday evening Dec. 6th at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of call ing a pastor, you are earnestly re quested to be present, W F Amis, Ch Clerk A. G. Culton, of Pineville, and John Morgon Culton, of Manchester we...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 December 1914

IsneRX " ' i v THE MOUNTAIN. ADVOCA4TK. an. . afcp Our Eastern Possessions, WINTER and SPRINti- Riversi6e Hotel (Of.D ADEKSOV ItOUSI!) (Ewell V. Oeborn) (Continued from last Issue) There arc plantations in the Pbilippinct that rnise vnt amount of sugar cane The boiled juice ol the sugar cane tastes very well ui lytup or niohmn hrlnrc it i rrudy for soyar, and the writer has many time taken n wootltn spoon made of bamboo and HcUrd foam ftoui the sugar vats, lui I like Autrricniit do during sorghum making time Now when tin- cane juior is boil ed sufficiently it is ponmi into large earthen jars, mid sinrcil in n I agar House to cure nnd harden. Some of the juice they pour in I o small moulds to yell to the people in the immediate neighborhood, or ss our merchnnts would term it, "to he used for local trade." The native make vinegar out ol portions of the sugar cane, by cut ting it into small pieces and pour ing polling water ovtt it, then it is left to ferment. Some, ofi the farm ers ma...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

ElSht Jtoiifeift JlfttwMe I OIKCULATIOX THIM WEEK 3,500 0 jyuug OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THH REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY iNeft' Series: Vol. IV, No. 9. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. t.r i.' . M -7-K .1 M HOUSTON, Pass. ROBERT "Y. COLE, Cashieb. Do Business With The ROLL of HONOR BANK ALSO Member and Stockholder of Federal Reserve Bank. Safe, Conservative & Helpful. Wtt 1 3(t Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville,: Kentucky. THE CHURCHES Christian Church. The usual services will bo hold nt tin' Court House next Sunday. The subject of the forenoon sermon will be "Babel and Pen tecost", (ind tlie subject for dis cussion at the evening service will be "John the Baptist and his Mission". All are invited. .1. W. Ligon, Minister. M. E. Church. Sunday school at 9:80 a. in., A. M. Docker Superintendent. Preaching nt 11 :00 a. m., and 7:00n. in., subjects: "Fellow ship in Kost," and "David a Re ligious Statesman." Pray...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

1 9fclPBHssBBBBBSBBBB'H9ISMnsBBBBBBBHBBBSBSBE9i99H9wrWflBiMR NBBBEBB'4ftiKlEfliiflbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn yiyWfw' " 'rn?"r . f .- " . '"".. , ' ' t -T'UMHh ' '".V THE MOUMTA1M AOI&JCATK . . iySu '"- V3HR h &s .-s ;K j THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KYKllV FIUDVr AT BARBOUUVILLK, KENTUCKY W. H. McDonald Editoh V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Eoterrd si Secnnil-OlntJ Mutter Fotiruarr If, 1KM at the l'oitoltlci" ut llullxmrvllW, Ky untlar Act of Congreis of March 8, 1T. One Dnllftr Per Your in Advance The Ofllcl.il ()ru.in nt the Nrpublican Party In rinox County. WILL THEY DO IT? Much speculation i adrift as to whether the Democrats will repeal the "war tux not"? or uot during the coming session they have put themselves in bail an wny they do, if they epenl it tlicv will be minut ing that they have made n grave mistake, nnd will beccnturcd hv nil sober thinking people nf whatever politics, and will be snowed under an avalanch of ballots in 1910 that will take them n centurv to get from...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

MOUNTAIN - ADVOCATE 4 THE 1 . . w J ;: if . $&. y l- . in c fcrS l Sheriff's Sale FOR TAXES. By virtue of tlie taxes due the State and county for tbc year 1914, amounting to tue sum set out be low, opposite tlie name of the tax payer, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 28th day of December, 1914, lietwceu the hours of 10 o'clock a. tu. nud 4 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the court house, in Bnrbourville, Knox conuty. Ky., expose to public ;o the highest and best bidder, cash in hand, the property named and described below, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat isfy the ntuouu of taxes due aforesaid and cost, to-witt: first Magisterial District NAMES PROPERTY AMT3. lohn Arthur. G acres $5 Wm Adams 2 ncres I.inda Drackctt 1 ncre Sarah Beatty 150 acres Helau Bain 50 acres Wm Beddow 5 acres W H Baker 7 acres Mary Baker 1 acre Kittie Bingham GO acres Sarah Barton 1 acre Rinda Bracket 1 acre n T Bond hrs 15 acres 10 3 4: 12 7 7 5 2 G 2 2 5 31 James Bull 50 ac...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

N THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE fBarbourYill6 Baptist Institute Resumes Work After Holiday Recess, January 5, 1915. 'This bulletin is for the purpose of furnishing a few facts concoriiing Bar bourville Institute. Any additional in formation will bo gladly given. 1-IIow is the School This Year? We have just passed the first term and are enthusiastically at work. The spirit among the teachers and pupils is loyal. We opened this session with a decided increase over the opening of hist session We have had more boarders and better attendance than in any previous fall term. Students and teachers are lull of life, energy and snap. If you want to save time and money and get the beat educational advantages, this is the school for you. The ptosjects are very blight for a big school ajter Christmas. 2-What Kind of Faculty For It? Qi r instructors have been educated in the best colleges and universities of the North and South. Not only are they strong in points of intellect, culture and refinement, but...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

p." : ,. , lip' f Hv5 ' H "Romance beautiful nv j. n. campukm. 'THE txchnnpr names, nnd from tliut day on he bore the tinmc of drown no longer hut the name of I'ierce Lord l-'nulkc catnc ngnin to pay Lady Gcraldinc i pleasant (.all, hut nil his pleading rivnilcd nothing, She received him in a cold and indifferent In the far away laud of Ireland, I manner, ntid coon sent liini from her MOUNTAIN E ADVOCATE high up among the mountain near the famous "Killarncy Lake", lived Lord Arthur Gcraldinc. He had fil tbta place, surrounded by tlu s: green clad mountains, one of the most beautiful castles the eye ever heheld. Servants und vnssnls were innnv nt his command, and. he teemed to possess almost everything thut would tend to add to n man' hap piness. Thercfoic, he win perfectly happy nml contented with his station in life. However, the well furnished and equipped castle, the hraittilul scenery situated around it, were not only things that added to Lord Geraldincs happiness. He also had 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. — 11 December 1914

rfyiTP iV 1 JW'HU lr WF" J'Wyw,v , '.? 5 TW7' t' jm udUkxAikM . . !. j VALVE-tN-HEAO "f f ?' MOTOR CARS fcito -flcni-Oa ji- ECONOMY tProtasstonat Cards, V. I " ." y f7 t'fcM.' " on frill out . in itt .$; i i ? itfikfufi 'i ig rit ib browse irkeb' fuel economy u tveunsiu Reliability '?! is ir: 'e gallon w m '.' cutest of all, Economy in ' A? everlasting quality. flmck cars n'e everv day C!tnb1iilii'.T u i iTonl. It was a Huick that won t'n; a ill Economy Contest with an urag- cit over 500 miles. Mit-miuls ot unsolicited letters from .inliH otvncrs ouch lor Huick economy ot upkeep and rceorJs oi tire ni'lcge. I cr examples of Huick longevity aii'i uninterrupted service, ' ok to the various models, from tlu hm rnie built. They're ".till in service -some of them in uur limm town. Built in Fours and Sixes 300 to $1,650 IP. O. B. Flint, Michigan,) A. D. SMITH, Sales Ajjcnl. rirbonrvillc, Ky. I MifflMW cow ssr'S, W:&ufjgnKi " nd i WKmmmmfBm r f3W4wnBKJiv T4 NtettPi - 3 vrsHP.M2 .r-MHni...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

J-4 THE M6UftTAIM.AbV0-"Tr www, liv " ,& - & n."f i X' ;r ? - !al? 1l? ilr"" yjaa L W THE MOUNTAIN AUVUUAlfc II-I i-LMMIONB NUMBEtt-U nMiKUUUVIIjLK, KENTUOKT p t.oQ-Poi' Yoar-SI.OO ;.,. 1 PERSONALS Try the Mtnlcl Bakery's products 'Road the Advqpie $1 per ear '3DSfnnn Ivory Toilet, Manicured Mi'Fot ur Novelties on display at Coftcllow's. Soon be Xinas get ready. The Christian Church will soon xe ready to dedicate. The Hickory Factory will soon be going every day in the week. The Water Company will hook on to tHeir deep wells soon. .iCostellow Drug Company are Vprninj- up their H lulay goods and an immense ei , t is everything Hi "itevtni)o j Tk A''viKiitt wi.l have a circula tita. .'?'-00 ' hiiatiT.afi week. ' v Judge W. R. Lny wis in Frankfort -4lt aitnrduy on business. :.. I! Trorpcr, of Trosper Ky wo in Tov o last Saturday. H"ti ,. M. Kobsion, was in Lon "don 'vcral days fast' week on biuirKss. Sirs. V. C. McDonald, 19 visiting lior parents at Swan Lake. . The Mason's wil...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 December 1914

THE HOtttftAlH..ftV.OCATl h? i, v E Sale ssioncrs By order of tlie Knox Circuit Court, rendered nt its September terra 1914, in the case of Barbourville Hrick & Tile co. Pltff VB T. A Cox Defendant I will, at Commissioner, on the 28th day of December, 15)14, same being first day of the regular term of the Knox county court, sell at the Court House door in Burbdurville, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, the following described property, or enough thereof to satisfy the judg ment in said case amounting to $7 with interest from August 3, 1014. The said property is described as follows:-Situatcd at Arteuius, Knox county, Ky., and bounded ns fol lows: Beginning at the southwest corner of First Street and Highland Avenue; thence with west side of First street ISo feet to n stake; thence a westward course parallel with Highland Avenue 101 feet to u stake on the side of HighlandAve.; thence sast with the north side of Highland Avenue to the beSinning and being the same lots conveyed ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

E2Ka3Hfc v ', W y baatJr mfr. t v. ... . JAtfl )eflf m :r . 1OM 7 mm;p. r , tS'JSSr fc2 IU. V !&..' , r WW?" 1 VoL4 1 ! ? Hfl , 1 mi'm iiitM iMiiMJlMMhMiii CHRISTMAS JSSUE. CIRCULATION 5.000 ..-... .....f f onnlatn Barbourville, Kentucky., Friday, December 18, 1914 i-"Hjf .." "' .i&JSitt' (.V ' 'W.'fTKui J& . ji AJfe ! -i. j - i& r.. b.er . '. - TrwsriA.'i- i j j i:- jr' , ... i" r ki.kri&. .4 i- rwry , ,. 7"v K .-' H h ax OS "TKJpT1 J. M. JROBSION, Presidi THE JR. W. COLE, . lier. BAfK : .-: y J I l .H 4?V- Gabitol Fild in Cash Surplus Profit Fund &. .. - "jj" tj. -j-f .j..- .. vc $29,000.fe -. J'TmM Assets More Than ; ,Vr - $3O0,O0O.0Q : :W ,'jjstockholj J worth ;than $1,000,000.00; t rfefi U. S. DEPOSITORY jrr Cbr(8tminb arppy Hew gear . .dW'tV'tt-t ! First IMotdnal Bank Kerrtiiici Z K', 4- " -aiAA --iCTl; fid 1- itn Aiji 1 IEw s- Vk-1 7 vjy.. : -V, J K? m ' 5rl a a- 11 111 rtMrfcil liMUm ilniiifctii '1 intiiafw m. 4mjmmt&ttoStaH&&k Jt No. 10 N...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

Wo war . n ir "r"Ail It''. j rK mountain advocat'e ' " '" ; mwinrr B V V -if wni 1 w T mr jm - mAimmi-m . - -j n KlUahML. t- TIV- . At- Ehi -V - !r , jiC rrf- S$ ;C Hl' - 1' . ! . T- .iaMKi.'liyiir K. I - ' J' .-" 2 &&&&" & an elir TJutrns uf iK'im.v (Cmuittj; I am a candidate for rt- i; Republican Party, at the Prim.w' can, ready and willing In dc all i under some other name or gtiibi. In coming to you a so. :; Lit. . , the office of Cleric of the Knox Circuit Court, subject to the action of the i;c ucld Saturday, August 7, 1915. I have always been and am now a Republi j power for its principles and success. I have never gone off after any False God ? i :ve constantly kept the faith. - I v-efer you to my record as Clerk and invite investigation of the same I promise you that I will do m iilniu-1 lo make a better officer in the future than in the past; I believe that my experi ence has better qualified me to serve the people now than before. Thanking you for past...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

I' - 1 - ar THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I - 1- 1 W HOLIDAY Iff MTA1N ADVOCATE 'JlH -n r-. g('tffl Ksfa, 'M AV rTTO 'f1 L a V v"- Kfln, Kkf && B k&. f ??' Hon. William Affl. t fro -rg"-t.i- v CViAj jM2 W 17 'V. . - f V &E2 Dr. Y. t. iVack. of this city is bcinj; urged to enter the race lor kail- road t'oinimsMoticr of this district, he has not vet consented to enter thi race, if he dnos he will make things lively. He is a Republican of th pntest type, never having side-steped in his life; but alwajs found in th thickest ol t tie light, doing nil in his power for his party. In his enn.ir in the nolitical arena, the Taylor t.n, liel trouble, he was scene at lr.ui fort and was the last .LeiMstiiturt. : kentuckv. and the World, he i, i- pln.cd an important placed btforo tiie Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky for Grand umor. "Wardeti, ,iKva withdrawing his name to give some friend a chance t be elected in his place, he has just served as Grand High Priest ol the Grand Chapter of...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

39RSSSSS '. 'i a f 1 (V w F BEZZSZSSfi h " i v. ft. it ; tu - inf iliilffliBifMi i if iln t al A ' i Jf aTrwr r, rf T"l U '' ''" n J"i 'in. '. ili"lL'H'i;tmiinnLii..'ii;wim t'.-1 x f sr ' o-p?" 'n iv wr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE DANGER Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Remurkablc Serial Sfory Warns England of (lie Submarine Peril ss J m whss?? v '? z-z JSbJR fl L "llPCT PTf)HIS prophetic story was finished BSSTl "Sl LSj bySir Arlhur Conan Doyle last JHwM1 1! SStllfea May i"st before his visit to fBHvB-v'flHHHB America. He vrote it as a last (AkSSBmBHbWHSI anxious warning to England before she gst' 'lPl,SS3rE5l embarked upon another war. And the jsSBMll war came sooner than even he had JggSyl The story tells how a European pow- sagydHMHgSHPi er y a veiy simple plan brought Eng- jhzj EEKBSJKJi l&n& i&ce to face with starvation. Ki .HHHHI What was this plan? " Read DANGER In This Paper K. . aBMXbXuSU( sr;;:.;.A'i' ' ,vs ' ' p . . . ! , , . r '' 5 1 4 ' -" I ' " - -f 1 ' ' '' ' , f - ;n ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

t 3Pffi L ' " 1 MB,,, ' THK MOUNTAIN ADVtiCATfi ' J ' " '- V ' ,75" " Jl jfip f "yALVB-ihnu- ''(k mt"im"mmmtmm' P,a,QM0at Cards. 'J' ' irTTBnaffM5BiMLML .., yM $" nJ)Jr sumptionr-K eon amy! fflK rfgfc MSB ' JA-J JL V X II V I J t f, i S ftg (Z-M.PTgii'cAri i tire milcugc-Jcon- (fM' if M$2 . f ' JI "da ' IP- EI Ml' c&:. W VAMIVf' 1 S I'X.-"." II .,.. " , ' T OJWS . . i . - f - ni ' jb ,v .k i crBr - mwiBiA,. rx - k upKccp-utia j, sfsiw?; i ' i?wi ,,-iVZki e ' "aBt J frcatcJ , a i, i:oiiomyin the long run bccxxise SSVw . Z&Wfifm I IwferCfWrr '. ' "' ,:' hc -fo . ' ul ! , I Ofthrrr r'.nfmtmtalit,,. JBftS&N, tlWffMW 1 mWJ&SF '" --r --' - " f " X3Sf Buickoir-.. . i . l.-u eUblisliifiK remarkable fuel economy f JjiJtP 1 l)tV"5fi , w ' fe - HlR ""ff !' W I records. h-.,i Itaiclc tlmt won tbe Wisconsin Reliability L "l4tttf JkVKJ??' fi W4if.71 J : f -,i . J? .' V,fcB "5S WW mms&W Vr4flfe. fc- :-5 - I .si J ThousniuK t i-nimTeitod letters from satisfied owners vouch P A.L...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

II WSMSISMeSMSejgSi;ajMlgrajajagaegPje H. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ' .J .'I .K , '" 3 urn- i w - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE RepuidLioiiL PITRMSUED EVEKY FRIDAT AT UAKBOURVILLE.KENTUOKY Stands Back of HtS5S2K2S& 'V. 11. McDonald Editor V. 0. iUcUojjau), Adaoo. Editor '- A ?-r gi'w " i-j- '- - " '. i-w tfr- lift Sail i n - jf 1 I'.ntonM ru Hcond-Olne,a Mntter February 1), 1WI lit the l'oitofflce nt Bnrbourvlllp, Ky., under Act of Congress of March 8, ls7u. One Dollar I'er Year in Advance The Ofllcl.il Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. ' iu inc. vuicna OF KNOX COUNTY I niu u candidate for re-election to the otlice of Clerk of the Knox Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Republican 1'arty, ut the Primary to be held August 7th. 1915. 1 urn now and have always been n Republican, true to that party as the needle to the North Star. I have given my time and money for its prin cipals, I have always been in the thickest of the fight, when there is n time when my services art ne...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

- THB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATB , TO;- vte Be st- .- t. h. ':P Bf V. i- s tf ' i. mmW bVfeoWWW MP -JmE2Ma&iix iiMtMfflllii '' Ml 111 II III Hi ': A wiri THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ll-TI'hKl'UONE NUMBER-14 lUltnot'UVIIXE. KENTUCKY i -.. i . i ' ' ' " 8t.OO-ror Year S1.0O Try the Model Bnkcrv's products PiitWn Ivory Toilet, Manicures nnd other Novelties ou display at Costcllow's Costellow Drug Company are opening up tlteir Holiday goods and an juiiueus stock it is-evcrything to suitevtrvbody. Another lug slock of Cut Gluss just received at Costcllow Drug Company's--they hue always been headquarter for Cut Glnss and Novelties. Books, Hooks, Books, such a stock as hoi never before been in town, hard tunes lias cut no figure with Costcllow Drug Company in buying l'.ools, When ou need nnythitiR done in the wuv f printing, remember we can do it tight now or sooner; and that it is well done when we have finished it, and that the price is always right W. U McDonald spent several in Louisvile attendin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

min TTTfflffW Church Directory VWBgHE .iA J "" - .. ly ': A" muuwyaiw ADVOCATE '" 17 "SOnil 1 -"- J'" " '" iwi iBeiwp i x - Li a. i 1 , " T "ar Til rr si II 'H'-l ' J '' HW WiMHiM I. JwlU TSE f f . w rf rf" i-j i rf ffsK-i-f X5 A Iti A V K (L 1 jm gaaSJ ' .. 41 vv $ . - B. E" U: t i. t - &- , '. PU t ifr wK, FMSTMBlllUUiaT Hl'lSCOl'AI. tllUltCH Kvery 9iiBlr in ccu month Wttnlnji'ftrtff 10:13 a. ra. Evonlny " tSmibath School t'rlTcr Mcetls. ThurMlitr 7 30 p. tn. 9 M n. m, ",WI. in. H. II. a, 1H. Jrd. Maihld), ?.IWp. Jti. ItKV. K. 11. OVEIU.Y. rtor CltniBTlAN CHURCH 3BUV1CW Mornlug civt .. . IHMn ' Evcnlnr " - - .-?'. SibbotU Shool -tta.jn. Jnnlr BmtMVor 1 GO i. m H . S. Wwkeft' Cob , Tuvt ' ' 1". m 1 rajrcr MeMttS, T uvula) 7 I", m KCV. J. W. I.IOO.V l'H'tur. , , , ninsurTHiiiAN iiunctt nunvtoua Plrctamt Tlitnl "umlny iu web luimth. IiMrnUig9tie - lluOn. m. I TBBjHrf " '' 1'- " frimtlay Vkkwl .. I rayerMevtin. Wtliilit T l- t. RTV KOHT. t.. ItltOW N. l"artir. JlBTilOniSTBTIWUlWI....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

Ego PPWWBWBsPP"f!MPy ''WtPPPPPfwPIIBj g - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE , 'TOW 1 ft?"' IBS? - ""' El"' vIHiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiflpardJH 1-How is the School This Year? We have just passed the first term and are enthusiastically at work. The spirit among the teachers and pupils is loyal. "We opened this session with a decided increase over the opening of last session We hare had more boarders and better attendance than in any previous fall term. Students and teachers are full of life, energy and snap. If you want to save Umt and money and get the best educational advantages, this is the school for you. The prospects are very bright for a big school ajter Christmas. 2-What Kind of Faculty Has It? Ocr instructors have been educated in the best colleges aud universities of the North and South. Not only are they strong in points of intellect, culture and refinement, but they are practical teachers, all are active Church workers aud seek to develop the spiritual as well as the physical and intellectual ...

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