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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 March 1915

5 X , i XP rv 1 COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE HORN BRANCH Htonry Miller wan here Satm day iW s1ck at thfc writing. J.R. Burnt, of Straight Creek, visited homefolks last week. J. II. Gibeon purchased a fine Nmule from C. Rowland last week, Mrj. Henry Swafford enter tai ted quite a crowd Sunday for dinner. Thos. Savage and Ollje Cole were m our midst the latter part of the week. Re-. . Mar.-um Smith filled hid vefular appointment here Satur day and Sunduy. H. B. Bennett and .1. W. Ham mr w made a busines trip to Bar bo irvillo Saturday. C. R. Bennett, who is attend in! school at the B. B. I., was w; h homefolkj Saturday and St day. laude Gibson returned to aa ool Monday after a weeks at- v at home. He has been sick di ing his visit. Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they are constipated. They fear jwme time distasteful. They will lie Ressll Onlerhes a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 ceaU. Morndn Drug Co. Irw CRANE NEST. ( Mtnin ) 3uccewto the...

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 March 1915

OFFICIAL OfJGAN OF TMH HRHUBLtCAN PAPTY IN KJNOX COUNTY BARBOURVILLE, ICY., FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1S15, New Series: Vol. IV, No. 23 Old Serifs: Vol VII? No. HA tss 4. - v Mr W 'A IS' ''Ml fr linmlli lClill .i 'i iionsio:? Pace. THE United States Govern m en t USES THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARBOURVILLE, As One of Its Depositories. (d 'UNCLE SAM" Knows The SAFE National Banks. A li nk that is safe for "UNCLE SAM'S" Money is a Safe place for your money. Open an Account With The HONOR ROLL BANK; We Pay 3$ Interest on Time Deposits. e give our customers both large and small all the a:sistance possible, consistent with careful banking Pirst National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. Historian's Address Coininaiider W. J. L. Hughes and Cronrades Department of Ken ..tuck. G. A. R.: I respectfully present the fol lowing report as Department ' m Historian: When I was serving this De partment as Historian some years ' ago I presented in one of my re ports an outline of what I thought most important ...

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 March 1915

twVS -j-wpvjry - rTr Sc TOT MOUNTAIN ADVOCATK r'V - r Mb J0UIITA1N ADVOCATE rimtitiiiti LkhT tkibtl .l ) AUl.Ot R U.tk UEXTLClvY ;HIS PAPEU RFmSENTtD tOR fcr, iCit ACVtRTlS'NJ BY THE scncral ornccs NEW YOP'K AND CHICAGO "MANCHI! 5 III AIL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES II. McDoNAtU ( . Mi t i viii. Asi'oc F-lil'toR f Ul'IOK Mt in-siiMiJOmi liir rvr.ruui; i' ihm m tu I.. -i. ill. .a tin-atrlilH . n Im .X! ol I'uinttvn ol Murcli 1, l-'t One Dollar iVr Yeur in Advance I he oriKl.il Orun ot the HcpuDllCdn I'jrlv in rimtx loiinty. -l .r CWtfK ' fu, 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 ficid Saturday, August 7, 115. 1 have always ben and am now a Re publican, ready and will ing to do all in my power for its principles and suc cess. : ..ave never gone o f alter any False Go J un der some other name or guise. I have constantly k.pt the faith. In coming to yo...

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 March 1915

W- - , ' TUB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE COMMISSIONER'S SALE " ' By order of the Knox Circuit Court, rendered nt its Jan. term, lOlfi in the case of Mary White Plaintiff vs Pearl White Defendant I will, u.s Commissioner, on the 22nd day ot Mnrch, 15)15, same being first day of the March term of the Knox County Court, sell at the Court House door in Harbour ville, Ky., to the highest and host bidder, the following described to satisfy the judgment in said case, to raise the sum of $100.00 and the cause in this action. A certain tracl or parcel of land, situated on the waters of Fight ing Creek, Knox County, Ken tucky, and bounded us follows: -On the north by the lands of the Knox County Fair Association, on the east by the lands of Marcilus Gregory, on lhe south by the lands of Mary Baker, on the west by the lands of the Widow Goshen Said property will be sold on a ceedit ot six months, the purchas er to execute bonds with approved security, bearing interest at six per cent, from date until pa...

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 March 1915

- ' tHP'" 1IM JiJil Ji Wjlf ;f wPWOTI Xfflrtj' '" ' THK MOUN.ryxf;(0AVUfifArfv1UOM J(,,7 '-' fBW" " --' - - """yiFjn intii j ' - -' m, i... ...i .iiim.. ..,... ,.ro.,..T.,.w.- ..--r--: i'Y voiiu snusciirPi iun Kiarshaite'SalQ for ' a; , . ITCJpi COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE wMtonat CardSt 9 T A'.X'CCi ! TREASURER'S 'SAL-H FOR ' eWk .Rules For Correspondents Gardening is all the go. MS I A XKN iniiHVlUiii &fiw'R.SraX . , Loo Cole Theo 11. Smith ami lM1 , .s 1 1TjC.2- tJ ,, . s.y- r C 'tSK r 5 Ss$A Heir aro ton hiIm for country Tu,Lcv,isv.irijt0(ii;. h. (,bbaf,t, V .jy W W?i. K TAXES! PfSU'r C'iwt co. respondents. Tho were pre- Saturca night. VyS K - i 1 i - --' cU-'lr il fcffi ,nrd by :n eq.crioiiced news- Gi.Siert Cobb, of Spnile. was Afe. ,.. ' jfy, tHyvirlm."rtii.-4.liiii,.i-it1 V r - $ ; . '; , MgM Up?r mm Cat thorn out ai d here Sunday. Ja-V," i .&' .? UurlHHinill.. f-p Hi- yn . ,, ,,v , ,.,.,.. iaauB"-? - .-W koepthom. Then try to make lU?Cobbaml I-V.nily. ofSi.n.lo, ;- 4, V)l...

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 March 1915

- . . ;' ... L'V'- , ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVCCK 'I ' xM I ,'w 'Si . ' N .i! K f ' em:. UNIVERSAL "FORD" (BSBBB8l THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE U-TELEPHON'E NUMBE-H it vnnounvnxE, Kentucky' 61.00--fcor YearSi. 00 PERSONALS 1 Hurry T. Gilbert of Pineville was here Sunday. S. P. Cnnnack, of Warren was heie Sunday the guest of friends. .!. H. Rile:,, the enterprising Merchant of Hopper, was a sub stantial caller of ours Monday. Richard B. Tuggle has success fully parsed the examination for the'Utnted States Naval Acade my having a general average of i&'t He is ordeaed to report at Annapolis in June. Mr. tz Mis. W. H. Van Deren and dnughter, Mi3S Ruby, have recently moved from Somerset to this place, and we welcome them to Barbourville. W. II. Van Deren formerly witk the Haye3 Wheel Co. and Pioneer Pole & Shaft Co. is now with T. W. Minton & Son, manu facturers of Hickory Dimension Stock, as their inspector and foreman. Mr. Van Deren is well known in this section as he has bought hickory ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 March 1915

'V' an - - ' OH ' klOUNTAJN E S b . ;v mt v. - M m HENRY BOSWOSTH IN BSCE FOR ' GOVERNORSHIP IN OLD KENTUCKY S".t3 tulitor Vfc !!is ! tin rjad . 'ii .11 It.- and ctlur .oi- l. ntiuts I t..l' to a Ii.iuiMkc tax had tlfLIl lluikll ' Iv US't.lld IT UIH1I.V n Bring About Fairer Valua-Ig:'-:;;".1.- ion oi Franchises o! Big lKx: C r !; 10 1 luilito iU ISO I. I lieueii iur ytu lit Ua,. I ei"Ud 1 ViOUlJ tuilj and fair1, investigate tills eubjeit and, it I tound tbat the ftaiicblses of these ".ipo'atWus were nut fdiilv .esstd. it- iitnun uf t.ie tour J I would use i , pwer u correct auy othilal de i ii, hi, that bad tbvretofoie exist oil L..i esoect .i u alter entering upoti my otfii'al tlatws at huJiIui I iauil a curttul csauiliutlon tu be made nt the leports ...-.I., l., nil . urtiiir.itiuiiM fur aSStS BkU -,n.i ., Cninrp Deal In'ra'' purposes to usieitulu whether Pay and a square utai in .,,, m the past had i VfrrxllnnK In O Pr.-,l4Ir1lI OUifJ'JlJiiuiii li a uaiiuiuaic for Democratic Nomi...

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

BARBOURVILLE, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL , 1815, t. Old Scries: VoJ VFII No. 4 .New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 25 t U mi-. :!t VW& .'.'V ';t ' it, i t. IE J M ROUS ION, l'(ii:a. THE United States Government USES THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARBOURVILLE, As One of its Depositories . "UNCLE SAM" Know TIi, SAFE National Banks. A bank that is safe for "UNCLE SAM'S" Mon-- i . , Safe place for your money. Open an Account With Tlu HONOR ROLL BANK; We Pay 3 Interest on Time 11 m n ;, . We give our customers both large and -.mail assistance possible, consistent with caret u I I. First National B Barbourville, Stopping the World's Trade ih Opium On the recent anniversary of Lincoln's birthday the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Nether lands Government affixed his sig nature to n final protocol at the Dutch Foreign Office which gave effect to the International Opium Convention negotiated at The Hague during the winter of 1911 12 by the United States and the powers most closely concernod in the questi...

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

w ; zf 7V 1 I lib MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Ropublicun Ticket Down with Free-Trade; Stick to home-made. Hundreds Rush To Get Tanla Cm per Hesieged With Callers! Who Want ;iiiiou:i Medicine I.H i. ul". April 1.- Hundreds .in no tiling almost daily to HUM l'l"ill.lllt IVEhY fRIDAt AT i-AHHol-i:IltE.K6NlCOk-T Primary Election August 7th, 1915. Dactor Wilson proscribed Kiev Tiade. and the whole family died m0 FAFER RtrRESENTED TOR TOREIGH APVLKTIiING DY1HC 1 ' - ' ITH MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ' ' A NeverWarp.Crack.Rof.Cgrl or; BurnVf lj IliKa Wood Shingles .Tl I TliLy can 1 1. lalJ right over on old wood-Bhlnglo roof with I I cut illi t i.r liulhur, iiriJ they mnke It stormproof and fireproof. I I s Ihey'ie InexjictulVB For psitUulan addrcH J TOR til ATI! 6CN1 OH ttr.vcNinr.Mii dim mo i Wo tire autumn?'. ittjuMi'Jutii.o Dr. William Carson Black n n etitutuliitt- tt llcAil.lli-!iii noiii Itllit'oli l..f tti."i.bi r u( tin- tjtiitii Senate trttti t lt- dlstrlet : ubject to thi iii'tliitl of tlit wter ot...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 April 1915

1 , TH MOUNTAIN' ADVOCATE !Ji SB k r p Ei'. F -., 5 1) s FIHAMCIAL OTATCMErlT Of'thn Condition of Knox County, December 31, 1914, Claims alluwed out of Hoad and llr.dge 1'und by County Court. Iwtitiarv Tnrm . Parrott, cash for supplies i m tlnrllnr. 1111 1 1 f V 1 11 It lmUlCf f IT 3 00 Hlbbard, daya rd ar. m 0. Jiiohkson, foreman on r.l I). Jackson, team on nl Stewart, wk on LinnuT id o Kinder, team nu Uruah 'reek road Muster, moving cement. Sampson, fllnc temetit on JcrRtchnnklo i. Kelford, work on culvert. O Morrli, foreman on rd in Burnett, work on road Hauimor.a, work on road . . Oiunbrell. 3's Jays rd agont . . T Black, road agent. j. Jot.is. work on Itlcklaod rd . Jom:, lo Jllb for culvert . m Valentine, hnullng sand to rut Lick 0. Hidfier, fixing culvert ibt Johnson, work oh rd lin Helton, work on rd . H. Bays, for work on bridge 3 00 HC 00 27 00 10 20 2 CO 3 2G 3 5 1 1!5 '7 CO 1.67 1 SI 5 t'5 10 00 3 7C 1 (.0 1 CO i no 8 CO 12 no 7G Total for Januar Term $H 18 February Term...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 April 1915

iC THE MOUNTAIN ADVuwVl'E "iTrsr nuJ-V-ir-mr: t it ft r k L if r t D.fe fcrtcay, ui! ." - - Lewi MehoHanJ, Ju3tlo Data L LwU, shanty turuer, bond . , - T E Hurd, ileillon. officer . . . T E" Hurd extra trip with bal lot box - - JotJ MforJ, charity, Elliabeth Dlnghatn Richard Johnaon, election officer 3. J. Dixon, election officer John D Turner, election officer and extra day ... - Dr. T G. Corum, waiting oa small pox J M Ingram, waltlnr on raall pox . ... leroy Feace one extra Jay Jus tice, May 22, 1514 Leroy Feaco, utl e Ltroi Peaci' Itijut-it tf Maud Prlcbard Lroy Peace 2 Jay extra call. ".Fiscal Court K. 3 Deatbtraee John Hubbard. pauper John Scott. waltlne on small pux W. O. Riley, election officer. 1913 D..R, Revtlolda, registration and election officer In 1913 J. A Standabury, election officer, 1912 J. A. Standbury, election officir. 1913 J. A. Stamlsbury, extra trip with 35 00 2 33 3 3.' 15 00 2.00 2 80 400 23 00 too coo coo lSb'J 0 5u 2 61 4 00 2 OH 2 SO 2 00 Q. M. Coopti. g...

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

ljwp .y wwq ' i; WWi j.i : THE MOUNTAIN ADVGCE THE MOUNTAIN ADV&OATE U-TELEPHONE HUMBER-H n.vnnocnviLLE, kektcoky SI.OO Por Yonr $1.00 COHSOWPWsAiiES 350 mif Mil "Superior Maid 59 UNIVERSAL "FORD' A . u nli ..ili' 1 1 nun- Just Notice The Name-Nothing i ic cirri ! ml) BETTER ' PPffgrap11!11'.1 wwi im r '-"wr$r ,"'"lCjP''?!r3P!? MIMHBPJwHHBIWPiffPSKiWMv A 1 PERSONALS Judrre R D. Samnson. came home from Williamsburg Wednes day. Judge W. W. Tinsley was in Huvlin Wednesday on olTicial busi ness. W. 11. McDonald was in. Louis ville on business the first of the week. W. S. Raney, of Rim, was an appreciated guest of this office Tuesday. Chao. W: Bell manager of the Bell Jellico Coal Co. was here Sunday. Robert Trosper formerly of this city but now of Wheeler, was here Tuesday. Mr. Owen who conducted the singing at the revival left for his home Wednesday. Bad Breath, bitter taste, dizzi ness and a general "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid lover. HERB1NE is the medicine nee...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 April 1915

-BgB TO JWKV JW v :9y7f, w-!B"gS"r s-;w7 . . THJB MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE ,., 1 v00fc!MJM hu r ri . Tye.Lfwis, of Knox Tork, was I re Friday. Vliis Matilda Blevins visited 1 r lister Mn. Mary Cobb Satur- Will Jarvis and Tro Cobb vis ited on Richland Sunday. Sanlin Brock was here Sunda. Gilbert Cobb, of Sprule. passed thruiight here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abnor were here Sunday. Best w ishes to Advocate and its readers. SWAN LAKE LMMA JI.A'4 John and George Sanders made a business trip to Barbourville Saturday. .1. II. Turpin. who is working timber here Aisited his family in In Barbourville Saturday and Sunday. Albert Pnrtm attended church at "New Hope Sunday. Mrs. Anna Mae Terrell is on the sick list this week. Slier Seats wa m Barbourville Saturda . C. G. Jackson visited relatives i-j Barbourville Saturday and Sunday. Lee Smith, of Corbin, is the guen of ivlitives here this week. The stork visited the home ol Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Powell Fri day and loft a tine gi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 April 1915

fEF- toa&Ln i ' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THH NKF-UBLIC W PAPTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. IV, No. 20 BARBOURVILLE, KY MtHJAY, APRIL 9, 1915, Old Series: Vol VIII. No. 34 rETNcrwa 3CXV!DSikBi 0' i ..'. .Tii' I ?- SJ.W J .H twuaiw, Fmf.8. ROBERT W CO' I C vntm. THE United States Government USES XHF FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARBOURVILLE, As One of its Depositories "UNCLE SAM" Knows The SAFE National Banks. A bank that is safe for "UNCLE SAM'S" Mone is a Safe place for your monev. Open an Account With The HONOR ROLL BANK; We Pay 3o Interest on Time Deposits. We give our customers both large unci sin.-ll all the assistance possible, consistent with care to I banking. First Ndtiorm! Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. i"ilBBMVMCT313WWWB,1 Ft I r CjMWi'1 George F. Bretz. On- last Friday at 7 o'clock, p. m., death came to one of our j.city and claimed as its own, :" George P. -Bretz, who suffered for a few days only with that dreaded disease, pneumonia. Colonel Bretz, was known by everyone in the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 April 1915

izn lib MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. Republican Ticket -r.w THS MOUNTAIN ADVOCAT1 I IM'llttIIU tLK FRIDAY At oii'.n:YitiL,Kfc.Mi;oLY THIS TAPER RFPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ALVFRTISINGBYTHE Primary blootlon August 7th, 1915. t GENCRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES u V Ml il. McDowlh . Editor '. MvinX4lI, ASSOC htiltuR i I i.' "i i.J Owm Mutlir Icbrumr vi nt u... tvit . ill at JLfuUurvliit mm v t I iViwroii at Miin'h J Is" Ii lii.llai Per ear in Advunei ih UtllLliil (Jrjin or the RcpuDIU'an Pri; in linox County. MM1 1 p I 1 1 in .' i i ,S- t ft ( - ravrri ijii itj j i : aw'jsafeJ fc!A.S - To the voters of Knox County: I am a candidate for re election to the office of Clerk of the Knox Circuit Cmrt, subject to the ac tum of the Republican Party, at the Primary to be held Saturday, August 7. 191 :. 1 have always ben and am now a Re publican, ready and will ir ; to do all in my power fc v its principles and suc c s. 1 h ve never gone o faft..- any False God un d r s...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 April 1915

mrraHHMHESpiM01k SBHPv. '' ' yffrp:ikvM ; WtewirSVfw fTw ... . ', . ' 1' ', - ' v . f-p IHK MOUNTAIN 'auvucatk ' 3 "'"'J rtr -1 'V, . 2 fe' v :-v;t j.t M9. .. 4 '. it-. n -.. i: . &v Hi- WO-IICiF-UM-FFFDt-llft-f 41 dlM r (W&BUvTr. ? -. "r - -w v ?" ' "-ww-' jy?--- . . t.- . . hi5 ?j; - - , .i ;i3iWA ' 32$. iMi" .iLi5- - .'. 'T 1- . tiro uinmior nx t!a funilly Initio nt lioitur U ntlmliilMcrrcl, nml oror.v min H mirn of notllntf Jimt fin inilclj of cvry II1I11K nn lie Wflllti. The dully lilll of tm it n liy no mo.iiH Blorpiilypwl. for It rnrtuH I'Vi-ry tiny ninl Ik ni'vi-r th hiuih- tliln nk n if wiih the wii'k In-fore. In tMihlnixt wllli tin; pn''!!! iIhv kpii (nil iiH'x-t nlioniil lili II H Inli-iixtltiK In lotk Imrk ninl nt linw n Iminliixl ymrn nti our mil lor lived In lliH rp Nj'crt. In tlioi (ln.vs I flu 11111 did not lmo InUIiN iihiii wlili'li to unt, Imt fjilewit h "mmiw rWitli" iiHn lit derk In Hiolr ivHinfilvo join nmiim nml wimittcil on 1 ho flour hmiihiI thi ftr t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 April 1915

Efira liJTr: j59WWR j3 y THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rtfOSE PECULIAR FREE MASONS OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA I he Work Shown Them Wn Puke. They Have Too fWieh Sense lo Show the Ueal Work. jnmiilii J. A. McDERMOTT (a CO, j l AN SAVK YOU W money. Resolutions 'CARD OF THANKS. Barbed Wire Woven Wire Poncing- Taints. LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT. Roolimr of every description. Don't buy until you get their prices. We desire to extend our hear folt. thanks to our friends, neigh bors nud relatives for tlieir kind- Among the exhibits at the Sun in substance and spirit, as tlio! 3j Francisco World's Fair, they oath which was ptoved on the j should place, conspicuously, the .le.suits. in the fronoh parliament, ia Angles Tree Mnwns who and on the bishops in the English jj . - m 1. m.aw xu ..Kned the health eertilkate m parliament. 'iixS3SlMMEVItfttW3fi;i!3t!yi3KsKSISSSK tne Knights of Omnibus. These Lo. Angelc. gentlemen g The names of these Los Angle would not answer. They did not WjRlw curiosities are as ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 April 1915

$!- "nfr a'toF1' ' '.'; rmma LflZABflSW THE MOUNTAIN ADVJvl. r r u ll. f I u THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 14-TElEPnOtfK NUMBER -H B VRnOtTHVTLLE, KENTUCKY 61.00 Por Year 61.00 PERSONALS "hm.iw i 1 Dr. John L. Coram, of Tin3ley, was here on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutton, of Corbin, attended the burial of Geo. F. Brets Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Hutton, of Corbin, attended the burial of Geo. F. Bretz Monday. T. J. Hale has ju8t completed an addition to hi3 home which adds much to the appearance. S. A. Smith, purchased a new automobile Mondy. It is a Buick and has all the latest equipments. Walter M. Jarvis was called home from Lexington Friday on account of the death of George F. Bretz. Bad Breath, bitter taste, dizzi ness and a general "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid lover. HERB1NE is the medicine needed. It makes the liver ac tive, vitalizes the blood, regulates the bowels and restores a fine feeling of energy and cheerful ness. Price 50c. Sold by J. Frank Hawn...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 April 1915

?. .-.. . .a ".. V- HON. W. R. HENRY A Candidate For The Office of Commonwealth's Attorney For The 34th District of Kentucky. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE j OObbUA Ml t CJ , . Fuiming and Uaideniiiif is all the fu in this part. Thomas Murphy son and grand - on made a business trip to Bar - l.xiui ille Tueaday. iii-ses Ellen and Bertha Ham-j "in:is isited thoir avmt Lizzie i.i.ackols Saturday night, also . llirt Cobb and Henry nennett .1 had a nice time. Mies Matilda and Marina ,.-. i-r, i,itJ R. B. Cobb last .".ituiiij . I i.i Hacker and John Murphy '. -i t .-iii to Barbourvillo Thurs- . r-t ,t their aunt Fliznbeth 1 r .ft vVaiissend. L 'a Cottonjrim ot Darboun-ille is visiting- homefolka this week. .Miss AUie Bundy of Rock 1 louse was ( pleasant visitor tt this f .i Saturday and Sund-. . l:.. it: I Cobb and Mi: Eva bnei v.ere sweetly mingling thei'- ' togeather Sunday TEDDERS Rod Ving I'tiriivr-- are very bufy this! Mrs. T. (i. Hammons of Arte vcwk plowing and planting pota-'" was here th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 April 1915

'::?Vf rsp a v rffl '.JK.ff ?M LsS- OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THH KHFUl'.LICAN PARTY IN l'.NG. LOUfU .New Series: Vol. IV, No. 27 BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 1G, iftjfj, Old Series: Vol VII! No. 34 rp- .a" e'v' t V w ' T' V c &'v p I1 m?Wy' VV S i 1p I' Jli t.JK.V. J M ROD9ION, PRK8. THE United States Government USES THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BARBOURVILLE, As One of its Depositories "UNCLE SAM" Knows The SAFE National Bank'. A bank that is safe for "UNCLE SAM'S" Ak.n.- 13 a Safe place for your money . Open an Account With The HONOR ROLL BANK; We Pay 3 o Interest on Time l'e ...iis. We give our customers both large ai Jt ;i ' v t'x assistance possible, consistent with eat of a 1 banking First Nation)! Bank, Borbourville, Kentucky. K. E. A. The Kentucky Educationol As sociation will hold its annual. ses sion at Louisville April 21st to 24th, 1915. Much space and time has been assigned to the discussion of rural school pro blems, and men and women of rich and wide experience will pre...

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