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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 January 1915

ADVOCATE -" TW ?4 "W ' " sacs Trouble THE1" MOtJNTAHt CRANE NEST. ( Sitnou ) County Court. SAVE THE W-. Messrs D, Campbell and Grovcr Srrith of Middle Pork attended cht ch at tbis place Sunday. ) .vs. Kichunl Hopper and llarve Ci den conducted the services tit h ch Saturday and Sunday. t B Gilbert wishes to inform tbe br 1 beaded ladies nt Tcddets tbat hi las gone out of the hair switch bi iness. 'nve Brewer hus purchased u pair Ot tggins for himself reed Rowland and Robert Del ti i arc iu the goose busiuess at p sent. lillard Smith was iu our burg S iduy trading knives uml -pencils I lly aue ) Pine winter weather here, suow I out S inches deep. ?hrUtinns has conic and gone and t :rybody is sober again. Dennis Hill, who i subject to 1 art failure is vcrv ill at this writ Mr. CalTen Mays died Monday i orning of that dreaded disease, nsumption. He leaves a mother, i other, sister and a host of relatives i id friends to monrn their loss. The 1 irial was in the Prichard Grave ard at Mac...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 January 1915

'7w,mrT' "9'Vi yiWJJP v v jr iw twftfc - r SB : m y ijimbi JWJ "-A144 ' OFFICIAL OKGAN OH THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KN . COUNTY New Series: Vol. IV, No. 13 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUA RY 8, 1915, Old Series: Vol VII7, No. 34 wwafjrmmp ffpjjimpmrvy KJiVP JIlMUIIlflMI &mV si f .1 M HOBSION, Pnca. THe - HONOR ROLL BANK Capital Paid in Cash : $25,000.00 Surplus Profit Fund : $29,000.00 Assets More Than : $300,000.00 Stockholders )?orc than $1,000,000.00 U. S. Depository Member Federal Reserve Bank. 3 Interest paid on Time Deposits. first National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. REPORT Of the Condition of the EIEST NATIONAL BARBOURVILLE, KY. At the close of business on December 3 1 si NO. 6262 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $190,270.67 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,266.24 U. S.'Uonds to secure cir- culat'rou 15,000.00 U. Si bonds to secure Postal Savings 5.000.00 County Warrants 5.082.77 Banking house, furniture, and fixtures 6.500.00 Due from National Banks (not icserve agent...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 January 1915

i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Si THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PODU3HED EVEHT FRIDAY AT BARBODRVILLE.KENTUCKY W. H. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor Entered uJ aecouJ-Clmi Matter Kebrurr It, 1W1 nt the PiUtoUlc Ht llutUiUtVllta. Ky., unJf Act of CotiKtm of March 8, hK. One Dollar I'er ear in Advunce The Ofllcidl Oriidii or the Republican Pjrtyln Knox County. W. F. Parker We are authorized to announce the iiaiou of Hon. W. F. Purser for the office of State Represen tative from the uth Legislative District composed of the counties of Knox-Whitley, subject to the action of the Republican party at tho regular Primary to be held Aug. 7th. ll15 He solicits yoiu support, Winchester, Ky , Jan. 1915. To the Republicans of the Third Railroad Couimi-'siouer's District, composed ot the following counties' Hath Hell Boone Oourbon iloyd Bracken Breathitt Campbell Carter Clark Clay Elliott Estill Fleming Floyd Grant Grecutip lusou Harlan Mcnctee Harrison Montgomery Jackson Morgan obnson McCrcari Ke...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 January 1915

fea EitfTsfc, MTnz ft" tv- IVs- If.. 8? Jr .M B y- &? SUV ; . Church Directory finSTMEinODtST EPISCOPAL CHORCn ETtjr Sunday In each month. Morning Service . ,10:5 k. m. Iteming " . ,. 7.3d p.m. Sa )UtU School ............... 30ii. in. lnjr Meeting, Thursday :30p. in. ML D. C, lit. Jk 3rd. Mondays, .. 7:00 p. in. HEV. E. n. OVERLY, Pastor. cnitisTiAN cnuitcn skhvicem Morning Strvlce 11 00 a. id trenlng " .. 7. BO p. m Sribbath School ...... .. ... 9 IS a. a. Junior Endeavor ..... ... ... .. ... 1 au p, m 0.8. Workers' Con., Tuc. ... 7 CU p, m frn7r Meeting, Tuesday .. 7.15 p. m REV. J. W. LIOON. Pastor. PRE3BTTER1AN mUrlCII SERVICE8 first and Third Sunday In enuli month. Morning 3crvicn. llKMa. m. Evening ' ... .... 7 ao p. m. Sunday School .. ... ... .... V 45 a. in. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday . 7.30 p. m. KEV. HUIIT. L. IlllOtt N. 1'astur. METHODlSTEPlSCOl'ALrilUHCIlbOOTn Second and Fourth Sunday I" cacU'.Mnnth. Morning Service lliuiu.lrn. Evening " 7:130 p. m. SabbathlSchoul n....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 January 1915

- .-r-.- rr- Sr"-wi titti iibiJUtAm advocate v ,-.-. - KUS"! vr" . Ik m I I I: I i roplnco them. Thr Itnurancc nt Lloyd's had risen In n II euro which mud the price or rvwl prohibitive to the tuns of ttio x 10 by Hie tltue It had reach ed tlio mnrkrt The loiif, which uuder ordluury tliiiiiiiMutieesi stood tit flve pence, win nlreudv (it one mid two pcoco. Hcef was It shillings and four pence n pound mid mutton - shillings nud ntuvpcin'e Ltr thing ele was In proportlun The government hud acted with ctierg mid olTeted it hi bounty for corn to he planted ut once. It could only lie tvuped tire mouths tieucv, however, mid Ions berore then, as th paper pointed out, hulf the U land would lie dend from jtnrvatlou. Strong appeal li.iil been made to the patriotism of the people, und they wcroiisittred that the Interference with trade wiw temporary und that with u little patience nil would he well But already there whs u marked rise in the death nit i'. wi hi hilly among children, who sniToml ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 January 1915

fc w V VaS T-rr - - - -- --,-. '-- "" --,--. m F"'WirFpp THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE H-TELKPHONE NUMBER-14 UAmiOUUVIIXE, KENTUCKY 81.00 Por Yoar1.00 n 1 PERSONALS Horn to Mr nud Mrs L M Cole a bouncing big j?irl. Walter Loclthurt, of IJenhara, is , here for n few days vUit to relatives. II H Goudiu, of Four Mile, wn9 here ou business Wednesday. Outing gowns, 40cls, 65cls and 90&a, ntthc Little Shop Abraham Liucolu Pennington, of Corbin, wns on our streets Tuesday All dress skirts oue-thiid ot? at the Little Shop. Jiui lit'illock stdl runs vtrett car. He expects to install a motor soon. All trimmed huts 2 93 and less, vi the Little Shop Rev. E. K. Overlev will go to Somerset Sunday uigbt to assist in a revival meeting Bath Robes one third off n't tlu Little Shop. Songs, Jokes and Toasts 60 popular songs, 100 now Jokes, 75 Toasts and Plnno lMulc full size, and catalog ' of songs. Jokes and tricks, all for 10 cents, postpaid address Columbus Mills. Bnrbourvllle, Ky Bargains in all goods ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 January 1915

KffffltiMl iMMii IHta ,T 'A -" HVT tir P COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE ": BRYANTS STORe ( By luck ) R 11 Taylor has returned to tbe 13 B I wLere he bai nttcndeu school all Fall. Ruby Evnus bus left here for chool. Quince Cassedy made a bujines trip to Uarbourvillc TucsiUy. Joseph Wilson is working ut Deau this week. Esquire Mouholnud held bis court latt week ami got several indictments SteVe McCoy eut to Uurbcurvlllc on busiucss Tucjduy tts A Gitou still ted stbuol here Monday. Luther Kawcis is huwug good success fox hunting. Miss Martha Smith, of Tedders and fames Blevius, of Woollutn, ueic solemnly united iu marriage, Wednesday evening. Kev Hiram Helton, o( Crnnenest, officiating. Their muuv friends vish them a long life ol Wedded bliss SWAN LAKE (Sherley . Mrs Ncjtl. Law son and her two children, tnoed to Williutuslurg, the children to enter school there Mack "Kauier visited Logan, Saturday night. King Tyc and family were visit ing Mrs Tw's parents, Saturday and Sunday. QIBBS ( Kougb Kid...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 January 1915

Jftfiftfc IP':1. RET." fYr'. Ev -'. Lf OFFICIAL OKGAN OF THH KHFUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOy COUNTY r BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34 New Scvics: Vol. IV, No. 14 FJ' .T ! l . -nil, ne Jfamidaiii i kj'".. YfS . W r .1 M UOUS10N. Phis. nOUKKT W. COI.U u The HONOR ROLL BANK Capilal Paid in Cash Surplus Profit Fund Assets More Than Stockholders SBRH-r, U. S. Depository Member Federal Reserve Bank. 39b Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. jam r THE CHURCHES Christian Church. Suddav school at the Court House at 9:30 a. m. Preaching ut the Presbyterian Cliurth both morning and evening The subject ol the morning seimou will be "The Preacher vml His Education " The subject lor the evening will be "John the Baptist and His Mission". All arc cordially united to attend these services We are glad to note au iucreasid attendance at both Church and Sunday school services. j. W. Ligoti, Minister. Fighting Creek Church Theie ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 January 1915

a THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATI " j ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rUULISHED EVKltY FIlltUY AT BARBOURVH,LE,KKNTUCKr W. H. McDonald .... Eimtor V. 0. McDojuld, A&soc. Eihtob EntntuJ n 6cuuU-Clni Muttor Fcbrunr) IS, 1WI at th I'ottOfflCD at Karbuurvlllo. S.J., under Act of Congrcil of Mnrcb 3. bT5. One Dollur Por Year in Advance The OfllcUl Organ or the Itciiublkaii Pdrtv In Knox County. W. F. Parker We are uuthonzed tuutinounce the narno of Hon. W. F. Parker for the ottioe of State Kepteseu tutiye from the tSUth Lggislutivo District composed of t lie counties of Knox-Whit ley, subject to the action of the Republican purty at tho regular I'rimury to be held Aug. 7th. U15 He solicits your support, Winchester. Kv , au 1915. To the Kepublicatis ot the Third Railroad Commissioner's District, composed ot the follow ing counties Bath Greenup Mnsou Bell Hnrlau Mcnetej Boone Harriott Montgomery Bourbon Jackson Morgan Boyd Iohus.ou McCrenry Ilrnckeu Kcntou Nicholas Breatbilt Knott Owsley Campbell Knox r...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 January 1915

PPr G8 if - a -V .-. -1 . 35w- ?.- b 7& 5-"- V .- ar-v fc- 3t i. 3sv NLK- MJST-' .. . T rr i-i . F'" wj0 fun puiidpu ie 1P g&? ' FIRST METHODISE EMSCbeMI. ClIUnCH I HI- WllWllWll I IV Rr" HotninsVvi?,n rb.Triii.'n.m. innnin pruTrn tg' SK, r: ;-t St; A oUulAL utN LU BPttfak. . l-rajer Meeting-, TUumlay .. 7:80p.iii. 1 1 UU Wll !! Wl-ll I fc-l I MMui ' M. D. 0., lit. A 8rd. Mondays, 7i80 1', n. amm unv. e. n.ovKULY,rntnr. CHRISTIAN CI1U11CII 8EHVICK8 Morning Sertlce..: . 11.ii0a.ra BTanlng- , 7tlp.m Saboath School .. ... . e.flUum. Junior Endeavor . I.a0ii.m 8 . 8. Workers' Con., Tue... . ... 7.(10 p, m Prayer Meeting, Tuesday . " . . VllSp.m REV. J. W. LIUO.V. Taitor. rHESIlTTKHlAN CIIUHCII 8EUVICC3 Fltlt and Third Suudny In tacit tnnntb. Morning Service.. ... . . . llOOR.m. Evening " . ... . 7Jlp.ro- Sunday Soliool . .. - V fi a. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday-- .. 7.80 p. in. UUV.ltOuT. IhIIIIUWN. l'astor. MBTUUDISTKFIPCUI'.AI.rilUitCIliJOinil tlound and Fourth ttamluy tti in...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 January 1915

ilEllREIISE lATCiIfjiirPRE8S Bonds for Sale! Bi IlLULUUnni IBIB fM HII The' Loci Paper Useful fK HIbV W 11 EH H H m Agency "on the ho Pratt, FARMERS' UNION OFFICIALS H HH nH Ej3 M H Influcnco Thfit Mint B ' TH.NK RAILHOAD3 ARE EN- -M H9 fffi IfS, H Ut"'d ln BulldlllO FlTLEO TO MORE H 9M Igfl H ' ijjraducta of Plow and Farmer Who Wk A HI !SS"3" HI HI iBPk H Hj By Peter Radford I Lives at Home Should Be P?fl SwJyBjKJ eB L iK Hpfl H Lv Exempt From Increase. HB H KtH &HH8H BkV Hi HH PH BB . Mi 11 Iff II TT Tl In Dy Peter Radford. GtTccturer Natiuii.il Karmvrs' Union. iThe recent action of the Interstate Commerce Commission" In granting an increase In freight rates in the eastern classification of territory; Aho apnllca- tloivTbr-the l o:i1a to state ami Inter- ttate commissions for an increase, in rates, and 'Ik utt laiue-s of President jVVIIson on Uie uitlijcct bring the farm era'of this nation face to fuce with the problem of an increase in fre'ght rates. It Is the iiolh y of the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 January 1915

. r mfa - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Kr. . ! ," . r ft IR j v a " THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14 TEIiKl'HONK NUMB12K 14 UAUIIOUItVir.LU, 1U2NTUPKX. . $1.00Por Yoar1.00 r 1 PERSONALS Outiny ivn;. I0ct USAs and 90&s, nl tlic Little Sliop 1 M.IiuvIh, of Tedders paid this olllco n cull Tnt'sdiiy evening. All (lass sl.uu onc-tliitd off at the Little Sli .1 A Slnnsliiiiy, of ICnox Fork, Is attending Court ht-ro this week. All triiiinn.il hats Jpli 93 and less. vt the Little Shop Mrs CM KHlnii Mini children nro visiting i 1 ti.'t. In Boll county tble week. Hath Ln'e-t "iir thiril u8 ut the Little 5li. OjIihhIiiis Mills, the Mull Older Man. win in I'"lnt Lick tho llrbt of the wpi'U n business. lLir.uiii in all nuods at the Little hlmp If yon nils' tlm cash nulo of TP FauH-norA, C. on will have lost something Harf-n'" "' " -ls nt tue Little Shop 0 U Uoniiflt. ot Horn Hrunoli, en tered school nt the BUI this vreok. When ou have anything tor sale tell the people through the coluuis of the Advocate Yo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 January 1915

MBMBMBBBatg3gBg3g?T)B3MMBSg3aaMM8SliMe3ar3iMBBggBainraMT . .i"i'iitiH")iMjmH - .. . . -,-n Jr THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE '- ' '.' ' '5pHBB esr- Ei" V COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE spruit News. ( By Puul ) Sam Riley, of Hopper, was in oui town last week on business. Harve Hopkins, ol Sptule, is teach ing a winter school on Goose cieck. Rev Duck loues, of Tuttle, Lnunl county, preached tin interesting ser icons at this place Saturday and Sunday. II W Cobb aud Miirthu Helton, cluisc of this place, eloped to Cumberland Gap, Tcnn., uud were uinrried last week. A uuuiber of citizens of this pari, attenped court ut tturbourvillc, last week, G G Cobb, of this place, tnndc a a, business trip to Hrush creek, lust week. WOOLbUM 7" PCTta g;sao g n '' ' ' ' , irjrsrmi J creek west 10 pole.SOGW IS poles aMam. m HflHHHH .. .q;' ''Ai propirty Ben Rota aBaLBaH Ll aaaaaaa' wi on HHHH - , ijLHf Creek in Knox County. The Ur- HF Ll Baaaaavi1 g v5''&''$$3fiSl aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw aaaaaaal aaaaaaav BaaaaaaaaV ' jflBa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

tBm J'L.r i Miora vr . -' XJT ,. 1 t OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THH KRPUBLICAN PARTY IN Kr X COUNTY New Series: Vol. IV, No. 15 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANLARY 22, 1915, Old Series: Vol VIH, No. 34 v V -f A.'- " t-j-h m .-. 1 .ft. w - ft&. -v . & -k . '-----.- ..-----w ah --BMV - - TlKa .tam. . -:- .' V FBW ""-sbTHC''1 'iH 71. lmf . .i-k. --. w-BL p:Mammtiii n W ? rf " jW .: - 3k!S I f J M HOUSTON, Purs. UOMiRT W CO! K, C.fuitlBii. The-r-?- HONOR ROLL BANK Capital Paid in Cash : $25,000.00 Surplus Profit Fund : $29,000.00 Assets More Than : $300,000.00 Stockholders rc un $1,000,000.00 ., .11, MIlllllM'W MlfcWMMIWWWWKMII W III I II f U. S. Depositary Member Federal Reserve Bank. 3t Interest paid or Time Deposits. Pirst National Bonk, Barbourville, Kentucky. irMTmSaHHBlft 4iKlMli2ttKU HON. JOSEPH "W? ptehoivt Jierewith the photo nianofuliaYe learned to lottj, Air. SiiyThrJiaV sei v esd 113 eincu 1D11), us our Commonwealth's Atlomev, amPDa'Ti'Aalft'iI recoul tint . anv niip niiiv bo ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

(pLfctl Ttil MOUNTAIN ADVGATE '. li.'K'i r ' '-'!". W PAPER SSL25 V Mf 8i m, O) I Mounta in Advocate HB 9fr AND THE NTUCKY B L vV H LH The new REPUBLICAN Statu newspaper will give all the up-to-date news of the War, Politics and markets with Special farm notes and comments, 'and your own paper, THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE for about the price of one. Subscription orders will be taken at this office for both papers. L25 One Two Papers Year $1.25 One Year VIZ 0 i AS & AS AS to s s to $ to to '.'1 i a 5 Kentucky Sun Premium List Beg inning January 1,1915 Free Free Free Premiums will be given to any one sending in paid subscriptions for one year as follows:- For iooo subscribers, For 500 subscribers For 400 subscribers For 350 subscribers For 300 subscribers For 350 subscribers For 200 subscribers For 150 subscribers For 100 subscribers For 75 subscribers For 50 subscribers For 25 subscribers For 10 subscribers For 5 subscribers 80 Diamond Ring or Rubber Tire Buggy 7o Diamond Ring or Rubbe...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

THU UOtiUtAlU M&JJ-LA1. Sk: v yi VkV it .... r 1 QOOD ROADS. till .. I t 1 .1 I I I I J ), . ny hiiouiu mere ue snouin tC-tlierd be something in this paper every "week about lbc8e good "T ,-road bonds that wo are to vote l sMpon Maicli the (3th? Because "& it concerns oveiy pursuit of Knox i county. , We are facing one of the great est eras that, litis ever come to i people of this county. Why do I say, or what right have I to cay . this? " I was born and reared in Madi- -. son county, twelve miles eastot Richmond, six miles from the nearest Ruilnud station, acouu- ty that has fairly good pikes all -'over it. Sevoiul times I have - . driven to Kichuiond in one houi and truusucled whatever busi nf 66 I hud, then leturned home 1 , for dinner, 2 distance of 24 miles. Could ti man do that in Knox county on these nni lii.uds in their present conditions. 1 say no! and you will say no! be cause it would be more impossi ble. Why did I mention about living six miles from thu near est...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

USlfiWf . .r . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISHED LVEKY FRIDAY AT BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Republican Ticket Primary Election ftuftuet7th, 1918. W. H. McDonald Eiuiok V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor ntt.d n t);und-Clni Mnttur February It. 1W nt tho rottotllcs st Hartourvllto. tr, oodtr Act ot Conxrest ot March 8, ls-TH. One Dollar Per ear iu Advauee The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. J & of Knox To the voters County: I am a candidate for re election to the office of TOHOTrtTC 6BNATOR bCVCNlGEMTM 0I8TKIC1 We are authorized to announce Dr. William Carson Black a- ii onudldnte (or Republican nom (tuition for member of the Stite Senate from this district; subject to the notion of tltw voter ot the dis trict, so expressed nt the primary. We mo authorised to announce Prof. B. C. Lewis as ii candidate for State dertutor for the lTth District. Subject to the .lotion of thti Hepbullcau party nt the I'riniary to be held Saturday, Auirust Tth 1915. W. F. Parker We are auth...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

IT THE j4k.' At MOUNTAIN ADVOCAT "'$ THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE M-TBI.til'lLOXIS NUMBEK-U BAitllOUItVIIXE, KENTUCKY S1.00Por Your 61.00 r PERSONALS 1 Skirts and waists at V4 price At The Little Shop Dillnrd Hubburd. of Crone Nest, wits heie Saturday ou business H. II tleniictt, of Hopper, was in towu Saturday- ou business, Mr lauics iM Gilbert Atty of Piuevillo Ky was lierc Wednesday. Goods at less tbnn wholesale at T F Faulkner & Co's. big cash sale. SollieScnlf, olScalf, was in our city ou business Wednesday. Y S Woodson, ol Flat Lick, visit, ed Mis daughter. Mrs F C Moore Mr K L Pope of Williamsburg was berc .Wednesday attending court. 1 childs coat size 12 years St 00 at The Little Shop Miss Unra Hnuuuons, of Artemus, is visitng her sister, Mrs. no. W. Mills, in Scnlf this week. Mrs Jess Hcarn of Hodgensville is here visiting relatives this week. Don't f.ul to come in and see us before the bjg sale is over, else you will mi it if you do. T F Faulk acr & Co. John LStaufill, ol...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

WKt vyr "TMK HMV Kama MOUNTAIN S9MMM ADVOCATE I- t h r I" V .vwi Directory FIR3TMfcTI10D!SIEnsCOHAL UIUIICH Every Sunday in ach mouth Morning-Sarvlco 1d.ISa.in. Evening- : jj ,,. m. tUtti School PJOn. ra Prayir Mcctiriir, J iiuuUur 7 JO p, m M. D. C lit. A 3rJ MunJay j, : W p. in. HE t. Jl OVCUI.V. 1'iufor chiustian ciirncii scitvictM Mornlnn Smlcs 1HW m KTenlOif . ? 3t) p u Sabbat b School v-45,, m Junior EnJiHVor lti'iu 8.3. Workers' Cou.. 1ue. :tir.m Frrcr Mcetlmr, TumJk Tlf. in HEW J. . UtfOS. Vntor. CKrB" !. "nt ?,?. l-REsiirrErii vn rumen sekvicis Fitlt anj TLlr.l SuuJkj in emu month Morale Sr It,- liuQi. 111. tVentoe " T 30 p. in. Sunday School Vt5a.ru. Pr) er Mocttu-, WiiiehUi 1 p. 111. HT HOT L illtuWV l'mtnr. METHOUUT EritaH'A 1 1 lif la 11 SOU! M Second hdJ Fourth but. iu in t nli Munlh Morntnn si.ie ii.uUh. in kTimnf - ; jo p. ,n. SbbtttU"fihoul - 5n in French Fruit Salad. One cupful of sugar, one pound seed ed Malaga grapes, half a plnonpplo cut In cubos, two orangos cu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

f WT- '. m ... - . THEk MOUNTAIN ABVOCATB -VST"9 . . . 3B -' '" i ; ii -"- i i-r"" " jt Wi . -.i.i . . .,, ,. ., ,..,,.. .iry. ..." iflH J 1 Notice of Election PURSUANT t'lthe order of t lnx County 'mil, uttliu regular 1 ri-inlu r term, 1014, herein fully t (.ut, iif.ih h licit'lv given that nn election will be held in each of the vutingprvi'incta of Knox count, on tho Gill Day of Morcll, 1915, lor thu.pur pose of taking llio sense of the legal voters of Knox county, on the question whether said county of Knox shall incur an indebted ness of $200,000.00 for the-purpose ot building load and budges in Knox county. The said order of election, ami Hie purpose thereof ure fully set out in said order u Inch is ii Inline KNOX COUNTY COURT Regular 'Berni. December 'JSth, IUI4". W. U. Detherago and 322 others, being more than oue-lumdrod and fifty freeholders and legal voters of Knox county, Kentucky, having S heretofore, viz, on December 2Gth, 1914., and ugain oil to-day, riled their petiti...

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