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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

II, .ii u)SJJ)SCM01MBDC33IBsBsTJCBsBWHsBBBsfsBBBBBBB IvSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBSaBSAiMBlliBBBBBBBrSBBBBBBHBBBSBBiBBvRST (Jcn4nPls9HRQBBsVEsBBBBBBBSSBSlvBMifivt? W '"StT R7' v3iB (TOTOMBIHMlMII'l!Wl5lSP?(Br . r" I vJ5IfP''t ' ' SSSSbB W i . ' iB THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE fcf ' i i T t & i f Sheriff's Sale FOR TAXES. By virtue of the taxes due the State and couuty for the yeor 1914, amounting to tne sum set out be low, opposite the name of the tax payer, I, or one of ttiy deputies, will, on Monday, the 2Sth day December, 1914, between the hours of 10 o'clock u. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the court house, in Hurbourville, Koux eonuty, Ky., expose to public sale o the highest and best bidder, cash in hand, the property named and described below, or so tnucb thereof us may be ueeessury to isfv the muoutn of taxes due aforesaid and cost, to witt: rirst Mdgiitcriul District MAV1KS PKUI'EKrY AitTs John Arthur, 0 acres Wm Adams 2 acres Linda firackett 1 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

BiHIMSHHHBNHHhhHBMBh iffy l THE MOUNTAIN ADV.AfJ! " 1 ... J i - in. i i . ' i i ii i ij.i. .,... SSSST2 . .13 r a I JriVi'. . ' V I' mi Commissioners Sale By order of the Knox Circuit Court, rendered nt its September term 15)11, in the case of Barbourville Brick & Tile co. Pltff T. A Ox Defendant 1 will, n Commissioner, oa tbe 28th day of Deceinlier, 1914, same being first iluy of the regular term of the Kuox county court, sell nt the Court I Inline dour in Bnrbourvillc, Ky., to tin- highest und brat bidder, --the following described property, or enough theicnf to satisfy the judg ment in suit J ense amounting to $7 with iutcret Irom August 3, 1914. The snid piopcrty is described as followM-SMtunted at Artemus, Knox county, Ky., aud bounded as fol lows: Beginning at the southwest comer of First Street and Highland Avenue; thence with west side of First street 1S5 feet to a stake; thence a westward course parallel with Highland Avenue 101 feet to a stake on the side of Highland A...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

Kr ft.: BA fc. ft' 1 H .'Jlr." THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE gn'i-T" ',?' tf? UNION COLL EGE ? Union College, Barbourvtlle, Kentucky. !?', PENS fur the Winter and Srjritiv Terin. Tiit-sduv .liimmrv f.tb. 1H1K. with TPri itt " ' - ' ' --- 'SSSSS worK in tne loiiowing departments: Acudeimt. ormal. urndes, iiusl ' 'rjT'j'f ' ncss, Musk. Art and Expression. Tne wort in every department Is In t! ? ill charge of trained and experienced teachers who bnve made good In their profusions Academic Department I" ll' Association of Colleges for Kentucky, Union - ..z.-,-, , -i 7 --,-. .-rrvy fy-, College is on the accredited list in grnde "a," the highest grade. Therefore passing grades or credits from our Academic department are accepted on their face value by all other schools without question or examination. This v.ith our low rates is quite an advantage for young folks of this section who wish to prcparo to enter some of the professional or tcchnlsnl schools. HPHHMHhHM9B7i ,rt 4$tBJ?sssswB9K rKBflVKKl...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

ik4T , -i . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ACCOUNT X sum still fcv. Uncle P. A x j ? THE NAT ANK OF JOHN C3& .-W . Mi 'fWHMlMMRIMP'W'i'''P 1 OPE Ike ( '- $ 3 If you are A BRICK rt?;:ii First-Class V m P 11U te . I . Give mo a ca' I L ill " A checking aco nuinily that yot. . C. , GO,. -.,. ;,. can hv ; 1i' 3 J. r '1 h you a standing in this com se to gain. You will find us . c?, trroaress(ue . ; os of Deposit i.iMiri BUILD? :i: i ii HOUSE, you are . bRilK. iummer and WARMER in L THAN : HOUSE ;. while FIRST CLASS BRICK : -"ENABLE PRICE from i U Tils C in vn ! HM uljJlVj Ml It e Least Money plys, ijasoline and engine voll -f-i wimw.nf.wimiwuiiu mmwBifMM ' " ,,M , . . j)E HOTEL sun House River Sir - Bnrbcurvillc, Ky. MUS. .. , WARDS. PROP. . . .00 Pv Day Patnmiiv jjveling Men Solicited Old Kentucky uospit 'iiity Comfortable Rooms S 2SCoa.V carters -f , Gveryih ',,; Good u IL: Fine line '.;. Cinrs and To i'c Best line . brisi..-.a& Cane S n t COSTHLI Has a i r CD IEzL -fcrc .1. - .ATL OTI...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 December 1914

pi. " '' 'Wn ' "jJ1" it0gsm8m fe TH tf J i mm !' HIV JjVBVflHj ' Vl M I li t I Baaaaaar mMw WE STILL GROW Even if there is a great com plai nt of HARD TIMES 1012, $30,870.11-1913, $44,662.37 1914, $48,56i.5, at the closing of each year November 30. Below we give each month's sales for the year ending November 30th, 1914 December, $4,492.18 January, $3,509.31 February, $3,312.96 March, $4,104.34 April, $4,311.83 May, $4,237.52 June, $4,618.83 July, $3,6fc'4.41 August, $3,719.57 September, $3,673.59 October $4,414.36 November $4,510.61 Total 1914 Sales, $48,570.51 - - Net GAIN over 1913, $3,900.14. Here is how we did it We give one hundred cents worth of good merchandise for each dollar. We give a Pre mium Ticket with each cash purchase. We make good any error on our part and treat our customers right. Best of all, we give better values than you get elsewhere and keep a complete stock in all departments. We wish to tbank our many friends for helping us to grow and we assure you that w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

CTH3 HC" .'s.ir mttiMtt XMm&Si E f. 'V : :. ' ' ', r 7 Kfcf WX.1"! S, OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY .u New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 11 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1S14, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34 weft ft & tt ' itr &. ft m m n. ?r.. v, ,- '.-J-d- .II ftVV- "" a- .-'. T&J-- m ;. . . .11 Tjl- r t,'S-&.'-" -? . to U .1 M KOBSION, Pkes. ROHER1 Do Business ERTW. COLE, Cashiur. . II With Tlie ROLL op HONOR BANK ALSOns Member and Stockholder of Federal Reserve Bank. Safe, Conservative & Helpful. 3co Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. Mountain Lodge, No. 187 Dedicates New Hal! Big Banquet of the Masonic Fraternity a Success. Boost Boorie Way, "On To Cumberland Gap.' tt ."d j tj"a"' ?, 1' J'- " a; V0IiHB 2 JRTkKCaTLE.pv ' 1 1 s 's' flToirSfI 7! k" 'p '". t-'-V-- S. VfAMTClK I , ST vAtsmmwwtn ' vi VT Xwitibihio V n -s 'i LAUREL "-':v -V VTHITLEY jT WfJx B I fill I I 5 by yX ' "ifeS&fw .d.J ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

&. w THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rw' s w 1' ' p Sheriff's Sale FOR TAXES. Hy virtue of the tuxes clue the State nnd comity for the year 1914, amounting to tne sum set out be low, opposite the name of the tax payer, I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 2Sth dny of December, 1914, between the hours of 10 o'clock u in. uud 4 o'clock p. in., fit the (rout door of the court house, iu Harbourville, Knox conuty, K , expose to public sale 40 the highest and best bidder, for cash iu hand, the property named and described below, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat iafir the AUtiuini ol taxes due aforesaid and cost, to Witt: rirsl ri.iulMcrl.il District HAULS I'KOl'hRTY AMTS, John Arthur, 0 acres Win Adams 2 acres I.inda Urnckctt 1 acre Sarah Ileatty 150 acres S5 10 3 4: 12 7 7 Helati Bain r0 acres 5 acres 7 acres 1 acre Wm Beddow W 11 Uaker Mary Baker 2 Kittie Bingham 00 acres Sarah Bartou 1 acre Rinda Bracket 1 acre K T Bond hrs 15 acres T R Bailey 31S acres Alford Bryant 1...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

'MV' fc ' i TTrf -THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE EC2UE9 : BrV A i JT ft. vM'M,Sv,fc A '7 ;i7r PV' L-rrraH3Si3PBS3.-.' f JK " 7 iSf&yi'! . . , i&-J5Smmz&r zz ls ?V-. j. If 7Vir Ct I 'VWIfaSUtMAMWV - Copyrlnht. 1014, by P. P. Collier O Son 77is remarkable story was finished by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle last May just booro his visit to America. He wrote it as a la-t cnxiautt warning to England before she embarked upon another war. And the war came sooner than even he had feared. t CHAPTER I. PA grateful king will know how to re ward you." ET Id mi um.izliig thing that tlio Ungnsli who tin vo 11)0 reputa tion ol being a prncticnl Da lian, lie or kiiw tho tlauger to Which llii.v weie exposed. For ninny Tears they had been spending nearly a li undi eel inlilloiis it jear upon tlielr army nml their Meet Squadrons of Dreadnoughts ostlng two millions ". cndi hnd been hunched. Tbey bad " epcut enormous f inns upon cruisers, end botli tin p torpedo nnd their sub marine squadrons were exception...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

NOTICE Notice of Sale mtffimm .( p.' ' t r . fiM. f J v '(". L ' V &'-, r . fi 'V-U fiU "'. T-7 & P , J fN ' M- . . .'1 ! L , ' ".. ia K'v . i-L'-'k sfo & TUB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVEKV FRIDAY AT B RBOURVILLE,KENTUOKY W . H. McDcmt.u Eiutok V 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor E 'red at HecunJ-Olai, MHtter Ksbruarj M 1MI at the roitolUca nt Untbourvlllo, K , ondar Act of Conjresi ol March 8, ls7. 0 ve Dollar Per Year in Advance Tltc Official Organ of the Republican Parlv in Knox County. In last weeks issue we present- el the photo of Hon. James D Black, and made some commeut candidacy for the Democratic Nomination for the Otlicc of Lieutenant Governor of the State of Kentucky; we said that he would announce within n few days, ami that he would be in the race tojwin; we believe that it is due Judge Black, the 11th District of Kentucky's Demo cracy is made up of men who are Democrats without hope of fee or reward, for they are so far in the minority that there is no show fo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

V -ww TiW. MOUNTAIN ADVOCATR V -$ A ,? w- - V I V-- .V . i Ys T V, ? Jr.. .wr St ' - "' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE H-TKLKPUONE NUMBEU-14 nAimounviLiiU, kentuokt 1.00-l4r Yoor-61.00 PERSONALS , Try tlic Model Bnkcry's products. Pnrisnn Ivoiy Toilet, Manicures nuJ oilier Novelties on display at Costcllow'i loliti IJKiaon, of the State Uni versity, Lexington, is tlie guest of his parents, Kcv. nod Mrs. J. W. L'ROii. C E Orebauuh, of Middlesboro, wus here Momlny night and made a flash light photograph of the Masonic li'tmptet DM Wnlkci, of Four Mile, was here Sunday Costellow Dmg Company arc opening up their Holiday goods und nn immense stock it is everything to suit everybody. Mr and Mrs H C Black and daughter, Dorothy, of Johnson City, Tcnn., nre the guests of Mr and Mrs John A Hlack. We wish our Correspondents a Merry Christmas and Happy New Edward V Scent, of the State Hoard of Health, Bowling Green, is home lor the X-uins holidays. Another lug stock of Cut Glass just received at Costell...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

sri pTyfw' -: WW, 5J ' -T r Jife THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE y. H L' nr ' fi Si njis, Jokes and Toosts -5? ,V popular songs, 100 now f I Jokis, 7.1 Toasts niul Plnno t UmiisIc lull size, niul cntalog "J of Honjrs. Jokes uud tricks, all 10 cents, postpnld address loi H ( l() nc imppy Bo,! every inntrled HO' MAURICD 1 ouple Mill thole 111 1 ! 10 be nerd Ulrec- tli fur Pet-laitinc Intent turn, Utile ot Etl qii tuuml tniiiiiiiif luiforumtlon (or lnile 11 itiarrlttl of in Up it lvcut POitpoUl il )0 R-I-D-D-L-E S wu I Houknt "I MlKi lulltHllllllK lllteit K Ki ll 1 , (.'uiiuinlniln. mill I'Htili Problem lit b ItO.-tni INntpHlil wltHCotawij for loc. LOVE LETTERS And How To Write Them, Tor Ladies and Gentlemen. Containing letters ol every style lor almost every conceivable occas ion, from tlrst ncqualnUnco to mar riage, with Invaluuble Imforrnatlon on the etiquette ol courtship. The whole forming a convoulent aid to those who need friendly couniol ana coutlduutlul udvlso In matters per taining lo ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

fcV A KT . . ,f ft' t K. h i 'if' I-. J B f. Tl cay a -JUS. l .45 VBKc- LW2v ?fctlDxlyl& IV-M-'-L Commissioner's Sale liV OJ fitter of the Knox Circuit Oottrl, rendered nt its September term 11 1 1 in the case of Unrbnurvllle Brick & Tile co. PItff VI T,A 0 Defendant 1 will, as Commissioner, on the 28tb ilny ol Di-tcitibcr, 1914, same being first day of the regular term of the Kuo ontiutv court, sell nt the Oourt House door in Barbourville, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, the following described property, or enough thereof to satisfy the judg- ''merit in sui 1 case amounting to $7 Willi interest from August 3, 1914. T-lie said ptoperty is described as fbilovs:-Situatcd at Arteinut, Knox county, Kv., and bounded as fol lows: lit ginning at the southwest 'corner of I'lrst Street and Highland Avenue,' thence with west side of ' First stioet 185 feet to a stake; tlieiicc a westward course parallel yitti Highland Avenue 101 feet to a stake on the ide of Highland Ave.; thence...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1914

. V - h- THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE -n 5599 BRYftNTS STORe ( By uck WWOSWt! wjro-jivssvww w iw$33: I vy T A T vt I.. v Jim. Ifl Lt i. tr. frr. jr - v. ;. f "hings are getting lively around ho now. Getting ready for Xmns ihaui Lausou is tearing t lie en entcr trade. n Taylor 1ms returned borne hi -n Bnrbourulle where he hns been At lending 1) II I He says tLe sc tool will have n large attendance al'er Christtnns holidujs The weather ha Ucn (.old here for the past few das The rouds ate insltil uiuddv tliru tins putt uf the count Doctor Senters fcoreliccl hi lieiird during the In I ccld s ell wl.ilt'ing fa it tiuies The boys und girls ut tin place are getting ready Icrtchool niter tlcholidajs. They will all enroll at the B. B. I. People around here are sending cders to YV M I ogan. Esquire) ?'onhollaod had better get ready I f r business Hunting has been the go here for the past few weeks Ifyou want the latest and best news subscribe for the ADVOCATE and you will get it. aiBBS ( Rough Rider...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

B3 KESSXm ismKz: , -" ', f '"j . ... jmiriain . &r OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX OUNTY New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 12 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 19lX .1WMM " Old Series: Vol Mill. No. 34 jE 2LLj i , ,, tgqp Bl m: H t-i m '-f i . J M UOBSI027, Prm. TKe 00 HONOR ROLL BANK Capital Paid in Cash : $25,000.00 Surplus Profit Fund : $29,000.00 Assets More JThan .-$300,000.00 Stockholders fffigT,, ,$1,000,000.00 U. S. Depository Member Federal Reserve Bank. 1bapp & Prosperous IMew ear To Our Friends and Patrons. 3o Interest paid on Time Deposits. First Notionai Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. WBTTglTCWMtmAl BRANDS WILSON Gov. Colquitt, of Texas, Says Work of Adminis tration is Consumate Faillure inj American History. rorcinn Policy Held to Have Been Imbecile; Kepc.il of Tolls, .Tariff and "Watchful Waiting" Scored. . (By O. H. Colquitt, Governor of Turns. Houston, Tex , Dee. 26. The Wilson Administration tins been the greatest failure in the history of the pres...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

BPPSBSTttUit1-'' -LlJ 1 1 ..U LHJ." IWaawBaa -- I HMawaaMLaaaaWtweaaaaMiMamSofc 4"V ' THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATI ""' ' " "'.' " -'Slff - r w f;" igs, Jokes and Toosts i60 populnr notigs, 100 now Joker,, 76 Tonst nnd Pinuo V. Music full size, and catalog "of songs. Jokes and tricks nil for 10 cents, postpaid nddres TO DC IIAPP V Book every married I 10' MAHRICD 1 couple mi J thou to b need tniee- ttoti'or Dcclaittjii Intentions, Kulesot Utl tjoe"e end valuable tint.. tuiution fur single aud married otbeth ii luieiit. postpaid 1000 RM-D-D-L-ES FOH 10 Cents Bis UoeLuttM pafet cvtttalulnii latest KM olj. Conundrum, und Catch Problems u( he JnT ent Postpaid with Crttftlo,: for luc f& Special Xmas oiler :-F- a limited tune only, we will K .d you by mail prepaid nil thoj b )ks described in tln ader ti eiuent including the Love L tters, for only do cents this b reain offer will mily ast until J nuaryjlst. uhheu to-day., Church Directory r R3TMErHODI3TEriSCOPL lllCKCK Ever Sunday In each tni'...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

1914 HA BE EVENTFUL FOR' Great European War Upset Our Finance - and Com merceMexican Trou ble a Sore Spot. PT,$ ''2g' tftl By JAMES SCHREIBER. I N tlio United States evonts ot epoch making diameter have oc curred sluco I lie closo ot 1013. Just barely escaping a war ot Jnr own with Mexico, wo becnine se riously affected liy the upheaval of the world's nuance ami commerce brought ibout by the uhnot iinbollovnble trag edy which ha tditikcn all the earth. Tbo formerly vmjttp monster of a world war BUdd.'inj u quired form Into It nngs breath ii blown by the hatred f nations, nnd It suddenly rati amuck. Arincd Europe flashed Unlike the na tions Invoivnl .ai)d .quite a number ot 7 ; fsgrpp I life - 4rt'3$&&$ I hfOtiLigi L J'hotu t Am rican Press Association. l-Georjv, Stallmgs piloted Boston Braves to victory. 2 and 3. Troops ..cvpymg Vora Cruz and General Frederick Funston. 4. Ruins after Salem's fire. 5. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who d oj. 6-New York Stook Exchange closed July 31 reo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

??X MOUMTAW A6V0CATI IWim " -"Wllp. ii ih ' i n ii MiiBiniBi ii r iTmrrnTni ' rwv :T1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED KVKKT FRlDAT AT 8 RBOD RVILLE, K ENTUC iv Y W II. McDonald Kdjtok J. McDonald, Assoc. Editor ru n( Stolid-Clan Matter Fobrunrj IS. 901 ol tLa Poitofllc nt Bnrbourvllle. nntlor Act of CongreM ot March S. 17 0 i Dollar Per Year in Advance Trc Official Orudli or Ihc Republican Party In Knox County. W. F. Parker We are autboiizeJ to announce t o name of lion. W. F. Parker f r the oflico of State Kepresen t tiye from the (Jttth Legislative L (strict composed of tlie counties ni Knox-Whitley, subject to the t 'tion of the Republican party at t to regular Priniaiy to bo held j, ug. 7th. lttlo He eolieits your support, Big Doings at Corbin. Cooper Lodge No. CCS. F. ic A. M I eld its auuuul election last Sat it r- ay evening at 7 o'clock, 1' M. and u'ectcd the following officers: Joht G Sproules. Master. William C Mersbon. S W. T. . wntsoti, I V. A. D. Merrill, Treasurer J. 1...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

s 'IHIiwr'' '!; . . , . . THE T ,mn i , , i -u THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE U-TLlLt'.l'HONli NUMBEK-14 U,ltllUl'UVII.Ll 1LENTUCICV 61.00 Pop Year $1.00 r 1 PERSONALS Head the Advocate $1 per year Look (or T. F. Fnulkticr & Co' big nd in next issue. Prof. F. N Divins left for Lis home in Milleilgcvillc, Ga. Sunday. WRMame, of Artcraus, wei in this city Monday. Bargains in all goods ut the Little Shop J, Alex Stuiislnrry, uf Knox tork, was in tliisMity on business Monduy W. C. liltmnti, ol Pinevillt, was au uppreci.ittd visitor at this ulbcc Monday. Mr. uml Mrs. Stuksbury, of Knox villc, ore tliv quests ol Mr. and Mrs A.M. Ueckei. Messis. Wade and Hurry Woodson of Flat Lick, were visiting friend here Sunday. Mrs. T. I. Kelleui mid daughter, Fanny ure visititij; Mrs. M- E. Cole in Gibson Flats All trimmed hats $2 93 and lesi, tst the Little Shop Wait tor T. F. Faulkner & Co'si big sale of Dry Goods, Shoes. Cloth ing Furniture and Stoves. Mrs. Christena Bennett and son, Henry, of Hoppe...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

"If. ' T - " ". 3F&: VXVM 7WT .-:-B:-'rne 9 iRV W TS71 U r I - THS MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ace trol LII'HmH1PMFIWI.ItlH A-H-'UKUP iujj:hwi KJl ?'-. World's Greatest Exposition Ready for Opening February 20 Bl jJTT VTilVai m. It ? r I, GLORIES OF PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION REVEALED BY COMPLETED EXHIBIT PALACES President Wilson to Attend on Battleship Oregon Marvelous Exhibits From All Parts of the Earth Assembled by Forty-two Countries for the Hugest Conclave of Nations in History Many Strange Displays Will Be Shown, Among Them Edison's Great "Telescribe" Exhibits Increase Since War The Panama-Pacific International nxpV.'iMon at San Francisco. America's stupendous celebration of tho com pletion of the Panama canal, was OS per cent completed several months beforo its formal opening on February 20, lais. A gianco at tno worn mat nan ueen arcompnsueii gnvu tiwuem.-a that tlm world was assured an exposition unrivaled In Its splendor, Interest and comprehensiveness. In-splto th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

BftNGriR-Cont.nuxl from 1aifwtk. the hntth of my tower nnd wns look ing nt Km boats of tlio Vlrgluln with IVonml bfi il nic, when thcro wns a wish mill ii terrific splash In tlie wa ter beside iih which, cohered us both iwlth sprny Wu looked up, and you can Imagine nor feelings when wu saw an nertiplnno hovering n fow bund rod feet nliove in H a hawk With Its kUeticer it wan periectly noiseless, nud bad In lon. it ii"t fallen Into tho sea We should nevir hint known what lind destroyed it Kin- u.is ilrcllng round In thu hope nf dropping n second otio, but woshovid on nil epcod nlieud, cram med down llio rudders nnd vnnlshcd Into tlio nidi) of n roller. I kept tho deflection Indicator fulling tiutil I had put fifty Rood foot of water between -..tho ncroplnini and ourselves, for 1 knew .Well how deep they can sec under the surface. However, wo soon threw her off our trix k mill when wo came to tho Biirfaco mar Margate there vvos no sign of lu-t Tliero wns not n ship In the. oiling ' av...

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