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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 January 1915

F-. i. L" f HU wMP7 .9 J wrrrg r,? 3EBF1 EMR IK u . f (W. C. BLACK contlnuud flora First page?! '-V Er?:- JHl1iTADI'rAyAT: t ; w wv - v.4bb-, .7 .Ajirv -gjaL'iMnEgy-'B -nT" known politically, commercially tiiusmiJcally, and personally In every precinct in tliia Senatorial District, and the same can ahuost bo said of him throughout the State. For these reasons, Dr. Black would bo a friend among friends in tho Gonoral Assembly of Ken t:icky, and tluucfore, would not be be a case of "Show Me" when is came to matters of legislation. Somo of the bills introduced mid somo of the legislation Dr. Ulack accomplished while at Praul.fort are (and by tho way ho was fhoonly Republican member of the llnnse who got a single hill through, or was permitted to accn'tipli'li a lliing for his constit uency. Dr. Bluck has the moving spirit in the organization of the Knox County Farmers' lnstitete in the tiiiiuriet of 1900, and was made Ilonoruiy I'rcsidont of tame, which gratifying position tje lias eve...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 January 1915

n? fountain OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBl ICAN FARTY IN KNC- COUNTY New Series: Vol. IV, No. 16 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANU RY 29, 1915, Old Series: Vol VIIJ, No. 34 -9-mtrtfciftf ''fPfi f 1 ri IS1' t a r i vr p . F iV v . ? n I(s t ,. to W9k' kV M I 1 Kl 1 I feMmti (? .r m housk', Pkks. The HONOR ROLL BANK Capital Paid in Cash : $25,000.00 Surplus Profit Fund : $29,000.00 Assets More Than : $300,000.00 Stockholders0,,, $1,000,000.00 U. S. Depository Member Federal Reserve Bank. 3',o Interest paid on Time Deposits. First National Bank, Barbourville, ank FOR rto. 'Jfcil fcfc) !-.) '4i.tii)-.( 1, the undersigned Executrix, of the estate of J. W. Keele, deceased, will at about the hour of i o'clock p. in., at the front door of the First National Bank of Barbourville, Kentucky, Oil Saturday, Jan. 30, 15, sell to the highest and best bidder, ten shares of the capital stock of the First National Bank. The purchaser may pay cash, or execute good notes, one-half to be paid in three month...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 January 1915

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE '"!" uu- 31 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 'J riiKLtdHEU LVthV FMDAY AT BARBOURMLU'.KENTUCIvY W. H. McDonmlu .. Editor V. C McDonald. Aeuoo. Emtor Republican Ticket WSSMSWSBUBMMKtBtSWBM tmmm.. , , , . ,, , , .., r, - -t,-,v,;,-.,- . , ,- j Enured hi Hecond-Clm Mutter Fbtuur ID, IvOi nt tho I'oitottUe nt Bolbeumlle. iCy., under Act o I'ontrMi ot Mnteh , ii't. One Dollur Per eur.in Advance The Official Oman or flic Republican Parfv In Knox County. AX... To the voters of Knox County: I am a candidate for re election to the office of Clerk of the Knox Circuit Court, subject to the ac tion of the Republican Party, at the Primary to be held Saturday, August 7, 1915. 1 have always been and am now a Re publican, ready and will ing to do all in my power for its principles and success.- I have never gone off after any False God un der some other name or guise. I have constantly kept the faith. In coming to you a sec ond time I refer you to my record as Clerk and invite investigat...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 January 1915

r'- &:; V1 Eu i a?V" m $ h - r I )' If !-" k F ir'' , w ,- IL4R' ? I.:. mmrJ'- my -giM "l1t' ."'l'1 . ' '1- -.,..-. .. . "'' -' . "-. '" 1 7 "TC,cyJ directory IIISI MttlHOlltSTKl'lSCUr'Al. IIIUIICH tTjfiSundiir fu uli mouth. MuitilnifVJrvicv ' lOilSi.m. Cvuktu- . .. . TJOi. m. Mliballl .luii .. .... .. y:W.m. Ci-ayct, Mttftuitf, Humility ui. m. M. U..C.. U(. & 3rd. Mondays, .... 7:20 p. ra. ' lllJV. t. It. OVfclUiY, Fattor., WI.M W.ilWWW 1 en ins n an aioiicii snitvieiw Morning 2rtlc 11:00 a. tu Eronluir " 7s 30 p. m Kablath Sellout . .... .. t.iSa. m. Junior Eudcavor . l:30p.m 8. S, W'olVors'Cuu., Tuc.... .. 7.W p, in l'ry'r Mfetlnir. 'I uvday 7:45 p. tu irCV.J. V. LIGO.V. Paitot, PlinsllVTKIIIAN CHCKCH 9EHVICE3 Flritatid TLInl Suuduy lu neb month. Mornlnp Strvivc . ... ,....11:00 . tn. Evsnlnir " 7.80 p.m. Suoilay School H 45 a. tu. Prayr Muting-, Wednesday.. ,.. 1i p. n. HLV. IIOUT. U UKUWN, Patter. METIIOUI-Ti:riSCUPALC!IUHCM SOUTH Smrt nnd I'ouitli Suudny In tach Month....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 January 1915

tiaATAu XVf IJ K tv- i:1 Mn i i ii i i i i ii in i ii n iM' niTMttiiffirr'Tsifffl'li,ty'7ff'TiWMW a i iMinrTrTnrrrTHfirriinr n i -v " v ' " -" j v.fffu n. r . - t.. f---t- --,rx ' -- - 'v ." -- - w Awr iBBHlHPwK?iT!iS i - - ,...- .r .r,., frr . . THm MOUNTAIN AIDVCA-TE - J- M fc HM H I "I- Ifii-Plli I BhJPIM- 1 I mai l tyto l "h ArtTTfivvto " 1 B llflillllll jrk III mm I 1 ' 1 1 I II S I I1- r ":m I lflU LL11 Lo.111 1LL V UulL Lu 1 k ? wnHHfc Ivlin mini f Wvi vr . , ,jm '&- .:rNU I n ly - ? j oniThe new RkPUBLlLAN State newspaper wiH'give all'tlie up-to-date news of the War. Pblitics and markets with Special farm notes and comments, n. a.o , . . -rue iiniiiiTim riinJiLTr? , l "wt. 1 a. a 0..1 Li4i i ...,.,. ., . . .. e ll J ' i uuu jour uwii jipui , i nc KiwuiYiHijotuvyuHi t qui nuuui' me fJiikc ut uiic. ouusuripuuii urucra win ue ittivvn at nils uiuwe lur uulii pupcif. ? SO lil ' f ji rviiji :o -. .si;; i?T:se n3m3 . ... .-i Jnsjjj.. r-J . -J . .- . &3 H. i. i vii' ASH OCT ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 January 1915

MyAiwpwi4""ri'iJ y-'")r" ; f-VE; i ..-.. E.' & : S". I-. ,,.- fj id r . lib: Vjl . J ,v r V V 4 IMIKJEn ' av --- - - . - - THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TbXUU'HOVB NUMBJCIJ-llTi UMtliOUUVH.LU, IOINTUCICV 61.00 Por Yoor 61.00 LOCAL happenings LK)K! LISTEN! Com Ug. -Home talent pro gram. Mrs. Davidson Entertains A ciiuriiiiiiK entertainment wus given given Friday evening oflnst week, by Mrs. S. T. Da vidson, at her homo on Knox Street. Tin. decoiutiotis through out Iho lioiiad wore in kinh and green, with which the ices and confection-, were in keeping. The guust present were : Mesdanu'H. 5 T Daxidaon, S A (Smith, L V hariner, W R Keeg ling, of Huntington, W Va, .las D Black, 11 11 Owens, J'S Mil ler, Walter Burner, F D Samp son, .luck Bradley, Hobert Ouu dill, of Oklahoma City, Robrt W Cole, James K Toggle; and Misses Elsie Wilson, Myrtle Cole Abagiul Weeks, Nettie Great, Margaret Spratt Virginia Cole, Louise West, Margaret Lovehee' Dr. V. C Hluck Is In Somerset and other Pulaski coun...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 January 1915

" I EjfcV ' ' ..; try T-7f f kit ttbUNTAINAVOCATE "" Tr ! f VBwSPRHHBi ft ss IIATIAP "' BM1 ' 1 jHb this sue- Hh WM M M M K m BH HH m -'Trw? BL Hon of the county 1 , B ' B jH Hl H H 1 -4J&St F In Urrlblo bad shape, but we wl.l - t Vl H 'Wff& 'IV at thb Uoud 1"Ue' March 0 li"5"' 6 re s. x fif N" F1 5 ' '. .J ' Hbv L Bw H ,mB?i The tuneful ietvfce ot Oteeu U Jckion ware utuudud to by Uro'a Thomas O. Htuinnon utid Rubirt Smith, at the homo of DuntelJnck sonberc Thuridny Jiuiunry 2Ut. Judgx Thos. U Hniniuoiis a up heru with u Inst vreek. tnlklnj? the good roud -ltuntlon to hi tnnny friend. Tom Juckion if luitluuH Is vlilt lugrvlHtltta heie till stek. Miss Dora Mutiuiiuiie of Attumus, li vleltlng her sister Mr. John W. Mill fit this plnuo. Pl8 Mills of UaibninvtlW wus Bsen In the crowd of fiitmls nt the lutieinl of orten Berry JaeVton. Jame Ilubbiird of Tint Lick, was at the funeral here Thureday. ColutnbUe Mills of Harbourvllle, wa vilth n a JbW days this week on butitiei, and I...

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

Mg.'. T OFFICIAL OKGAN OF TMH RKPUHI.ICAN PAP tY IN I'.NOX MJNTY . $ IOT&. New Scvics: Vol. IV, No. 17 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUAI.Y 5, 1915, oji Series: Vol VUh No. 34 MR Hu, " aMnrammnmamaBBHiaaHaaBaBaaianai " ' j") m DO BUSINESS WITH THE ""- - " Ll JjffiSfo. :Wfor M H wist: mfe? lrfc. mw r . ' K i t 1KIU .11 II To fli PrMiiilili'ini. nf llin 1 7 1 f lti,il iii-i.il II'.. !.-; f . IL Wi i. Swtric " . flRpPi til I I SHSir HONOR ROLL BANK Capital Paid in Cash Surplus Profit Fund iiemhiiko or me uANn and rOCI'.IIOl.DLRS MORC THAN Safe, Conservative and Helpful 3cc Interest paid on Time Deposits. We Solicit, both Large and Small Accounts. First National Bonk, Barbourville, Kentucky. WHY HE DIDN'T SPEAK AT NEW ORLEANS President Jackson's Day Speech Would Not Have - Sounded Well in Louisiana. 'The President of the United States will celebrate, January 8, ,. the centenial of the battle of New prleans by speaking to a great gathering at Indianapolis. The jW memorable victory of...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 February 1915

'VR" tnr x THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE " " 'BB mill M? ""B '- V. fV- , , FREEIi 1 I A $525 FORD AITOMOBILE-A PIANO I & NO MORE OVERDRAFTS. NOTICE TREASURY DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON COMftrollek or the CURRENCY January '28, 1915, To the Board of Directors ol Ihc FIRST NATION L BANK OIRBOIRVILU Kt, Gentlemen. . f The granting by tome bunks cf accommodations m the lorm oi OVERDRAFTS is objectionable and can not be countenanced by this office. This practice should cense ent.rely. To facilitate the accom plishment of thmesult. th subject has been taken up by this rtTw witli tin. himUmrdeimitmofts of vaiious States, and these authoiitiOT hae genoially agreed to take the necessary action to secuio the effective coopei ntion o: State banks in attaining uiu wiu ileshed. ,. . . . You aie requested to adopt a leaoulution directing that no officer or employee of your bank shall pay or charge to the account of any 'Ivpwitor when there are not suflicient funds on deposit to the ciedit ot the drawer ol t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 February 1915

aWSPift ' ' 3FfW " ?' t-""V - -Pfur rryiiFfW?t . . .s..u--iTf - r '.wt w .Xt rtw a t k1 AitrnA ru' i nc iviuuin l n.n nxj v ww i TEAR y jHBf?' f" 'S 1 M ' ' tV ! 11U MML'J-fi www ww p wfcwwwa fiwwMMJp rWgMaiMIWiM,MWM , , t,i, jnrrHWi 7LL. - .if :J !))" lV , 'Mi "TV, A' riif V I'M-. Vv- ' r &&: Mountain Advocate AND THE SUN The new REPUBLICAN State newspaper will give all the up-to-date news of the V ai Polit.s and markets with Special farm notes and comments, and your own paper, THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE for about the price of one. Siib-miption orders will be taken at this office for both paper-. $1.25 One Yean Two ' $1.25 One Year ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft t 8 .a a a a a a a a a Kentuci 8 S Premium Li January b Free Free eg inning 15 ree Premiums will be given to any one sending in paid subscriptions for one as follows:- For iooo subscribers, a Ford Automobile For soo subscribers a $ioo Diamond Rinir o year- For 400 subscribers a For 350 subscribers a For 300...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 February 1915

fi - '. THB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Wpvyi J ! ... THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ronuBitr.il fcvp.ur huhat at BAROUUVILl.K,KKNTLCk W, II. MoDoSJUD '4V MC)0N.L1), KlilTOIl IllilTOK ArHfciO EnUiwlnt Sncutut'Clnes Matter rurunr7 U l. 1 nt the 1'oJtolllco Ht ItarUHirvlllt. ly. i.mter Aot of Colitf rct ul Mnleu . U'V Onu Dollar I'or Year in Advance TOC Official Organ of tlir itcpublliMn Parlv In Kno County. -we ,iw !rt--fcli- Str-i ..V To the voters of Knox County: I am a candidate for re election to the oflice of Clerk of the Knox Circuit Court, subject to the ac tion of the Republican Party, at the Primary to be held Saturday, August 7, 1915. 1 have always keen and tun now a Re publican, ready and will iig to do all in my power 1 or its principles and suc t ess. I have never gone off after any False God un t.ier some other name or uise. I have constantly kept the faith. In coming to you a sec ond time I refer you to my record as Clerk and invite investigation of the same. promise you that I will do m...

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

"$p!'Ftr''$pfi M. .Mj,( THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE cr . J- -w '. lB-l " M."" '," " MMM"TMT" , . ; 1 : " p?TH E MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ym-TISI.Bl'UONE NUMBKK-14: h uAitnouuvii.Mi. Kentucky M. 00 Pur Your SI.OO t PERSONALS ' If You .-, ero troiililod with heartburn, gavs and adistrcs-rd fctlmg iftor eating take a beforonnd idler earli meal andyou will obtain prompt rchif.Soldoaly.byus,25o Mernilon Drua Co,, Inc. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. J. L. Frost, of Wilton, was here Monday. Dr. jM. Pennington, of Bertha, was here Monday on business, Noah Smith, of Ely, was here Wednesday. Dr. Chas. V. Stark, of Harlan, was here Tuesday. Rev. G. W. Bunion, of Coving ton was here this week. Chas. Davis i3 in Louisville thi3 'week on business. W. W. Warfield remembered us with a call Thurday. S. R. Jennings, of Jolinson City, Tenn.. was here on business Monday. Mrs. J. D. Tuggle is visiting in Williamsburg this week the guest of Mrs. J. B. Snyder. Uncle John Shupe says "If the rich fellows want to build pikes, le...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 February 1915

(fiHH'Pll, lV'r mw,mmmmx'" vwpa fsjwf Wj W JF",J " . " ',l"T:WV"jW'r l"W THK MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE vaaii fe v.. - -. II nn rrm W feff Pirectory F 1ST METHOOIflT EPISCOPAL CHCKCH r.try SundKT In e.cli tuoutb, I rnlnR Service . ... f anltiff " P ibath School I ijcr Men tin, TliurJ,iy I. II. C. lit. A 3rJ. .Moihlnvs. UGV. K. . OVKIU.Y. 1'a.itur rimmTlAN PllITIiCIt HEUVICKS Motnlni? S.rrlcc 11 w (i in ; 00 p, m i. m. 1 30 1. m 7 to p, m 7 4i p. m I.rcntrif ltlatr School .. .' itntor EnJuTor II. 3. Wotkttt' Cell., Tun PtHjet MttUu. luolJii REV. J. W. MOON. PaMor. PRESUYTEhlAN CtlCKCH 3EUV1CC3 Tint iui Third SunJay In each month. Hr.rnlneS.rrU.. 11.00.. in. hUDlug " .7 30P.ID. Sunday School . ..... V.lSa. m. Ptaji-rMtttiiit, Wednesday :.20p. ra, KEV. HOUT. L. tlllOWN'. l'aitor. METHODIST EPISCOPALCIICKCH SOUTH Second, and r.iuttti tundav in em-h Month, rfofnltirf Servies 11 W rn. i.-8nlnit -"Alp. m, Moth:?v''ool - - v tt . ri HEV IV II 0 111 IV Tctltor Lodge Directory Mm. sonic MnlTNTAIN LOIM...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 February 1915

at tA"M-l3JtfjJ,v)l,"V! ? muiiWWf .V.'l ;-- '-U -.-. THE MOUNTAIN AdVoCA 3 "feVI'fcate4fe'?ftBtak- vlMp isuc . Vm,.- - lr Mill I I" I 1 IV r THE NATIONAL PART IN THE MS No CQUtiiry that heflo t-- H r'i - U . ,SWM,w,wwvvww,Ms,vsi4MV;,Wv'ikrwv5Aii VVI PTOM Q its grentuesi can eftord i.. uiyUci SftWWW!fifJiMSfflmmWmWWWWMmj '" '-'"-' J GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT !'"' r""',""'""'"' "'"'"""' I in iiiisc mis ui irui, luiuuiues. w An Advocate of the Brownlow Bill Urges the Im portance of Good Highways. ICilltoi (To tho Journal.) Men if ability-, miiHrting the gift of pGrbovernnti' mid strong nml uu of Hie Courier iThi-ni is eeu i c ron-mi unci Juurlo In mmilng Hint the tteiierul (lovern nieiit otiylit to liflji ImhhiiVu high wnya than In urging Mint it ought, to aeltUh ilufire to nld the millions of i Improve vntirvii. fni a urenter their minified hut voiy feeling feli number of the ptoih .f our common low-creatures, must ever be the chief factor tn iiniiuitlng the general welfare of the Iini9e4 Y...

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

isBK yJ-iEs MP' wwsr,- - iK'wwinar..piji-" -- 'm mi, mi-. .. llll IsS "ater"' f . b. , E-'- E& A -A. v-'-. s mamaatBsm msssasssss THS MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE allsobts Notice of Election. In The Future The Brand-stand at the race-track wn filled with daintily uttirctl wo mei ns the horses came out of the pnc Jock, 1 hey were hestriddcn by muscu lar youtiK jockeyettes, ready to ride the race of their live. A moment later at the explosion of n. votes-ior women bomb the horses were off, euch jockcyette leaning to her mount' neck. Suddenly the bay two-year-old in the lead was pulled up, stopped nnd turned slowly hack to the paddock. Those who had bet on her de tnaodtu ij know why the jockey tttc hnd spoiled the nuv "Whyl"nid the rimnutjerc-s-, in indignant explanation, "the poor child's nose whs yetting shiny and she had left her powder in her room. She could'nt hnish the race looking like n fright, could she' " GUESSED There's a man who never has nny thing good to say about our poli. tic....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1915

?Swr w. H61 s . OFFICtAL ORGAN Oh fill' UH'i'rM IGAN I'AH I f IN KNOX" UjIN r? New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 19 BARBOURVILLE, KV.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1615, Old Series: Vol VW. No..34 NiriS: CANDIDATE FOR SlUHETARY OF STATE Pie Jwttirfitm JUftoftte. a fr ' A 4, THE LAW UPHELD. The United States Court has held that the payment of any dlwcJt by a Batik when there are not sufficient funds on deposit to the credit of the person to pay it, is a misapplication of the funds of the bank, and is a violation of law. The Treasury department at Washington under which all National Banks operate- recent ly made a rule, forbidding- any Bank to pay the check of any per son, unless such person had sufficient fundi to his credit to pay 'the check, and ordered the Directors of each National Bank in the United States to pass a resolution forbidding any officer or person in charge of the Bank to pay 'any check, unleis 3uch person had - money on deposit in the Bank to pay the check. The directors of the Firs...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1915

gr V l MU. , ;:t 11- Vlh MOUNTMN ADVOCATE HtlHCI CMhY UUOAY AT iu JHOlKMU.L.KESTL'Clty' THI ! TAPER RCPRE3CNTC0 FOR FOREIGN ADVtRTlilNS BY THE &SS!I erHrcu orncra KW VOKK AND CHICAGO , , I flLTHE PRlHCPALCiTirS tt M.'Do'ulu . hmtoR McDosai.i, Assoc. KuiroK ,t xu Ct Mrtttr Febtumy i .1 ha l iUWI l omwui"' ii lir Wt .ifCuiirJH't Mutch s l pi Dollar Per ear in Advance Ii oitlLl.il Oman nl ihc Pipubllcan prtv in rinox touniy. .,y' -i3 1 vr Z-&- JjlS! 3w& :-r 2' 'rf-rt Z .. -" VJ ' j..r Vff - .-iw"r- ', ma of Knox To the voters County: I am :i candidate for re election to the office of Clerk of the Knox Circuit Court, subject to the ac tion of the Republican !'-irt . at the Primary to be held Saturday, August 7, 1915. 1 have always been and am now a Re publican, ready and will- ii to do uli in my power or Hs principles and suc cess. 1 have never gone iff after any False God un .lev some other name or uise. I have constantly kepi (lie faith. In coining lo you a see on J time 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. — 19 February 1915

rv r - t$ W llrfSiSif t n Ri ha k ra tc ra j r m ) i - Georjo Washington's J i 1 Living Representative t I j rs 3 r rj ps ra ts rci a ra AS hcrcilltnry rcprcsenlatlvo of 7 A (Jcorso WnsUloston Iq tbo So- J ili-ty of tlio Clncltiuntl and In lrtuo of direct. Incontestable t su-nt from nn older half brother and Minuter full hrutliorof the flntpres- i nt WHIlniti riuh-r Wnsblncton of jw luti. tlty U rccognlicU aa the i -hi) ot llio Washington family. The i 3tltu't!(m of representing tlio Father ' llli Country In tlio Cincinnati, tbo del of (Ii'scoikI. inta of oiUcora who rctl in tlio American army In the srolutloimry uar. Is most Interesting Itself, since it carries with it rccoj tlun by liHtorlnus and genealogist Ii'.Iiik tlio kMillug male member of ' ic Washington family. Mr. WnslilnjUon tins s:Ud, however, i iBt there nro otlicrs equally as closely i latcil to Wnahlngton as himself and 7ti IU LAN1KK WASUUQTON. that ue (.uiiiot and does uot claim ex clusive rc.itlonhlp to George Wan i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1915

i B BIG STORES p Wil 2s: F T -5X-'iu' Sk' n :iS .v',,,','.' k' I C-LW !H- - '- T. F. Faulkner & Co Will Have a "Bargain Counter For YOU This Spring. r. ' Hu'ih Mil A K. ( II, II V ' i ' flintfiig" S ...lit nt 7 o'clock j.' .tliiMlQiice. Ti.e' i wna Resolve t ti-ll Hpjircpii-' I'daig ptk . . 'i nt Horn Loth M'leu tnuv 10 '' aJumntive. The 1 1 ikers were Vju. . u tin' Carne. Bradley w -alive was nrgu'd !.! 0, V. Mesjer, J. ENDORSED FOR THE LEGISLATURE BY CORBIN W. C. T. I. Mr. Price Has a Spotless Record Before the People and it is Already Being Predicted He is a Sure Winner. These Resolutions Speaks For Themsehcs O ?t l!l thin Bend hu Your committee appointed tofiedly nledtre our sum.ort to him. hbsi"i Saw er ' ',1 resolutions endorsing theiand bo it further, V ('. McDonald candidacyof Mr. James .1. PriceJ ci-That we recommend t ol the week of Cotbin, to the next Kentuckyl'1! our co-woi Korean over me . tiisirir.r. This 17th day of Feb. 1915. tO VOle for tr.O Wnmnn'a f.t-lotinn T...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 February 1915

s- 2li .1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Sl. V ' Mfc C" frr . V 1 I : v; J re 3 rf THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE HONE NUMBER H uutnouti IHIOUUVILLE, KUNTCCKY $1.(0-Por Yoar- 61.00 7) K PERSONALS T. (M Npil, of Swan Lake, was m J5 ate us Wednesday. II. P. tuneaid, of Corbin, was here Wtfdnesduy and Thursday. f; ' S. T. Steele spent a few days of this week in Williamsburg on Lusineds. F. W. Golden has purchased the Ben S. Matthews lot on Pine street. J. Alex Stansberry va3inL0n don attending Federal .Court last week. Col. Alex Sevier, who has been in Clay county for several weeks, is home again. W. II. (Pen) Sowdersis iook- inu over the blue grass of Ken tucky this week. Win Carty, of Jams Store, visited the Advocate force while in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stansberry of Knox Fork, paid thi3 office an appreciated visit Wednesday. Don't Mis3 "Mrs. Tubbs of Shanty town" to be put on by the Expression Department B. B. I. W. F. Parker, who '.has been in Corbin for several days trying electrieitv ...

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