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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 January 1905

vW iiiiwiw fIifIA K A b T v sr J 1i Fi = r rr lJ1t 1 t 1tI r J 1l v v J MOUNTAIN ADVOCATL l i i Bfir r Yii c = 1 I I 1 fi j Entered an BecomlClass Mutter Prdlny February 19th 1001 lit the Postniflce atBmrtmurvlllc i Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 187B Je f MOTTO LIVR Foil Onn FuiENna Do TUB GHBATKST AXODKT or OOOD WK IAN TO THHLAHGES NITMHRII or Pi oviCr 1 Jr 1y Terms 1 Per Year r In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKYrFRIDAY r JANUARY 27 1965 First Year Vol i No 50 h z > jI The th 4bIThe rganicf OrganicUnityof MethodismsNorth North and South 1if4 L1 cv II C NORTIICOTTIN WESTERN CIIRISTIAN ADVOCATE OP JANUARY < tfi I 11 HOULD the Methodist Epis copal and the Methodist j Episcopal hurch South reunite I p 1X This is one of the great ques t 8p tions of our times Look at the i facts Here are two great Ohurch h es in the United States one hay ing in 100S 8029600 lay inem i hers awl pro ba tioners 18208 I Up traveling and 18724 local preach fc rs The other 528747 lay Kn...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 January 1905

F Ili a i r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE l T t 1 r Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky k Entered as SecondClass Matter February 10th 1004 at tho Postoflco at Uurbourvlllc Ky M under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLAR KKEDITOR AND PUBLISHER I 1t i Subscription Rates 100 per yenr in advance to Everybody J > 4z i 1 4 I The + Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox Connty t3 is Kbf 0hty 7p aper Published in Xnx County REPUBLICAN NOMINEES l fFor November Election J905 a For County Judge Flom D Sampson Attorney V H Lay Clerk 0 GVSmllh Ii Sheriff Dan H Williams Ii Jailorq 0 N Buchanan SuptOf Schools Hen E Parker Assessor n H Mammons Surveyor W F WesterllclU HCoronor Hiram Yenry FIRST DISTHICT I + For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Richardson a SECOND DISTRICT r For Magistrate W H Hurch l Constable C H Pikinan 1 ii THE STATE CAPITOL ± ti t ON the 12 of this month the Legis r ± p lature was called in extraordinary session to determine upon a site for r it the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 January 1905

it 1 Z rfJffKitir t > 1rtc < s fqrtSpot Cash e i r Fou 0E WEEK OrtLY LnBell Flour per satckt 80 Zarings Patent Flour per sack 80 Diploma Flour per sack 80 I Special Patent Flour per sack 80 White Fawn Flour per sack 75 Galvanized Barb Wire 290 r ° Galvanized Smooth Wire 2G5 I Wire Nail per keg 265 1in Stinker Brooms 25 i Old Gold Collar Pads 12 in 25 JUst Pineapple Chunks 15 3 Cans Sugar Corn v 25 < 3 Cans First Class Tomatoes 25 rrel Yellow Pie Peaches 3lb cans 10 3 YellowtablepeachesSlbcans 15I r ° Best California peaches 3lb 20 f s 3 pkg 2 Ib Bonnie Oats 25 + 3 Cans Lye Hominy 25 I have completed my inventory and find that I have nyule jusft alit 4 tie money and am now prepared to aeil goods lower than ever Before If you keep your EYE on my SPACE in the ADVOCATE during this year you will trade with OLD COLE I I have purchased a CAR of SEED OATS rust proof white and black tso you may rest assured that Iwill self them at the RIGHT PRNE DONT OVERLOOK the FA T that F rsthese...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 27 January 1905

r c ta + 1 l I rJ I r rt > 1 r < it yrr k JI m r I w ftPr J s IJ l i J giI0 1 i 1 I L f < > ti G < L CORRESPONDENCE tMltl Ola Ky Wesley Lucas and Company will f show at Colly all this week and will j then goto Knott county t x411James Fendleton closed his school a on Thornton last Friday with a t + large attendance b z William Mullins acitizen of Beef bide aged 75 died last Saturday f SaturdayI I him ARCHIE t + r ZI Baileys Switch Rev J A Bretz of Bnrbourvillc filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday The attendance was fairly good t Mrs Hattie Hutchins of Preach ersvtlle paid Mr and Mrs E Hutch I ins a visit last week Fayette Dizney was a pleasant caller on Miss Laura Kinder last Sunday Your correspondent thinks I he will get some cake to eat before long longMisses Misses Flora and Carrie Jackson I were guests of Miss Mary Taylor last Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas Brogans and your correspondent were guests of E Hutchins last Sunday Quite a number of the boys at ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 February 1905

frTh I JI i l j iJ r t jt r ij > > uNT AIN l + wm < MOUNTAIN ADVOCAT E t Di j p i < Entered as SecondClass Matter Friday February I0th 1031 itt tho IoitoUluo at ItirbmmMIIu Knnx County Ky under Act of Congress < Jf March 3rd 1870 I 1 A MOTTO LIVB Foil eon FIUBNIM Do TUB OHKATKHT AMOUKT or loon WKOAN TO TIIK IAIKIFST NtrwiiKit or IKOPIK > r = c = = = = cc Terms i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 1905 First Year Vol i No Sa Li ORE EVIDENCE < T6 Show the Importance 1 P id of Erecting the k jV V w r H New Court 1 j House e 1 t > jJJKjVVe to drop into the Curt liquse a few days ago and as we en I frWfered the court room we passed a number of men standing nut in the Sjfghailway while the thermometer was jf lingering around the zero mark I > They looked cold and restless and j p andI i its We passed we heard one Say to JS i v another Go in and tell the Judge jf ttt we arc freezing oaf hereand can I X not stand this cold lvH We passed on...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 February 1905

p S 1 M 11r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I l j bIiSbed Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky e l 3i Ba terod all 8ooond0laes Matter FoUruarY 19th 1001 at tho lostotllce at UarllourJl1c Kr r F under Act of Congress of larch ani 18iD e I s I fD WILL CLARK EDITOR PND PUBLISHER 1 7 t SuUscripfiosi Rates 100 per car in advance to Ever bod y The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty liAp Only 9pwlpaporflJulJlllhotl in Knx Count JJ REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election 1905 1Ior t4 For County Judgo Flem D Sampson J Attorucy W U Lay h Clerk 0 C Smith WilliamI I I ff C I Jailor 0 X Duehaniin t M Suptof Schools Den E 1nrkor 1ar Assessor 0 H Mammons Surveyor W F Wcsterflold 5 Coroner 4 i Ulnim Ycnry FIRST DISTInCT M For Magistrate Alex M Smith c Constable TM Itlclmnlson r SECOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H llurch Se Constable C II Piinnun S t A Fayette county grand jury 1 I last week indicted Seaator Alex 4 f Hargis Judge James Hargis and Sheriff Ed Callahan at Lexing I ton chargi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 February 1905

V rM 7 Y g teto Lr ttli 9C M I IIp Eright DXtIj d If you trade with COLE For Spot t Chsh Buy at the following prices t > VVuidow glass nil sizes at lows f I prices than yot ever bought them I 1c Y nllklass itifiiy oxVn risk of break e r r faunicc 9 in glass bowls 10 is water bottles worth 25c 10 i table glasses per set 1 o Mcejp err glass bowls O 5 05large large china decorated bowls 11 I 4n milk pudding pans 8 tt 10 juin milk pudding pans 4 qt 05 0Oboo1 5 I Best galvanized wasp a ns13M > inches > < < < 10 plates 5 inches 05 fickle dishes 6V inches 05 j < 2hina dessert disjies 05 jjllQ qtgalvanizt Vrtterbticket 15 p2qt II v rL O Ii chen lamps with reflectors 25 f lullpn galvnnizfd oil cans 15 t 01d gold collar pitch 12 inG 25 tft raw hide whips 10 mHenvv ox lash whips 25 J alvan5zed barb wirefhog nr cattle 290 fralvnnizeil smooth wire 205 pWire nails JUT keg 26 b1V f arings La Belle Diploma Spe jJyeial patent flour 85 i Whit Eawn per sack + 80 i 3r cans Cliffy P...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 February 1905

r F 4 < Lt i i i tHhfl tl tne CORRESPO1DRNOEi 1Q NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS i If XHl correspondents who write for this paper are requested to report the y news briefly and confine themselves to t news Puffs for merchants come un der the head of paid locals and would t t be inserted at the rate of 5 cents per 1 line otherwise we must pencil them L Be careful notio write anything that I will prove offensive to any one a good i joke is appreciated by all but we want r to make friends and not enemies of all J with whom we come in contact Writ on only one side of your pa per and be sure to sign your own name lo the manuscript not for publication but for future reference and lo show good faitlta failure to do this will t hereafter necessarily consign your let baskell beari them in mind and write on one tide L of the paper only r Respectfully THE EDITOR Ola Ky Here comes Debris again Mr M Orase and family are soon to become residents of this neighborhood We gladly wel come them as it will...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 February 1905

i 1 i It i 4 J i 4 il t r < rtv c 1 i 1f l tt W r 1 t 4rN 4r t 1 t tlt t4 id t jfJJ f t k jlr iI i IO U N 1 AIN ADVOCAT y I Entered as ScoonrtCIass Matter Friday February 19th 1001 ut the PostoiHoo at narbourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of CoriKress of March 3rd 1870 tt MOTTQ LivK Foil OUR FaiKNDivDo TUB GREAT WIT AMOUNT or GOOD WK TAN TO TICK L AUGUST NLMUEK or PKOPLK I tTerms i Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 1905 First Year Vol i No 52 NOTHING DONE r i Wiv No Quorum Present at Coun p ell Meeting Last Mon f day Night Adjourned Until Tomorrov Night I i > t Paying to the absence of the May c rnrjd there not being no quorum pjVthc Councilmen lirescnt there was 4 tirnthing done last Monday night and an adjourning order was malt tdSaturday night jy Iti8 to be hoped that at the meet < iim tomorrow night the sale of the overworks franchise will be con t termed and the work of installing the plant will be begun without dc rx ff LTOther towns of our ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 February 1905

1Uc7Mv1 r r Y + + i 1 r oOOII1k 4 i t < A 1 r it j J r k eit nf ft t t r oL e k I > < THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 0 1 1 < V Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky V i ilBDtredSe joadClaB8Mattor February 1Mb 1901 at tho Posto leo at liarbourville Ry j lihdorActof Congress of March 3rd 1870 ttf tIt It it i i D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER J 0 Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty = E fIr iuAe Only Tfowapapar Published in JVriox County r 1 REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election 1905 For County Judge Flcm D yanipson Attorney W H Lay Clerk 0 C Smllh Sheriff Dan II William Jailor G X lUichnnan A Suptof Schools Hen E Parker Assessor O H Ilnnimonp w I Surveyor W V Wcstcrllchl I Coroner Hinira Vcury FIRST DISTInCT tror Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M lUclmrtlPoi SECOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H Iturab Constable O II IlKmnn VOL J NO 52 By glancing at the first page of I this issue our read...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 February 1905

Tt y t 1 4 r izK ll i BUSINESS V r r OPPORTUNITIES 1 fi have just received t a car each of Wireand Nails Seed oats and Extra Trine Timothy Hay If you want to save your rapney now is the time rto huYlIt requires more cash to carry all this stuff than I care to kccrXin it spI have decided to sell at the following prices for spot cash i in order to reduce my stock at once < tIE you want some of this stuff come itnow in fie hushel tnow Oats are put up JI oe a bags even weight oat bags are 7 cents extra So if you dont want to j y huy bags bring sacks with you Best black mixed seed oats per bushel v 46 l Best white seed oats per bu 47 < i Best rust seed oats per bu ol typnest galvanied barb wire 290 JBest galvanized barb wire 265 265r f Best timothy hay per 100 40 If you want to get these goods at prices qijotcd act at once as they are not guaranteed longer than one week 7 ROBERT W COLE A4 A4y 4 1 Vv A7 a I y LOCALS r I V VA Y V X fA f juhscribe for the ADVOCATE ADVOCATEff 1k There ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 10 February 1905

1 CORRESPONDENCE i NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS t t tiAU correspondent who write for this paper are requested to report the news briefly and confine themselves to 2 i > news Puffs for merchants come un r t der the head of paid locals and would JJ fClIIBPettr tr line otherwise we must pencil them f Bt cartful not to wr itp f thing that u twill prove offensive t4 dny ohejM good r tJoke is appreciated by vuftmtaffe want to make friends and not ee es of all with whom we come in contact Write on only one side of your pa per and be sure to sign your oQw name to the manuscript not for publication e but for future reference and to show good faitha failure to do this will hereafter necessarily consign your let f tern to the waste basket Please read these notes and bear them in mind and write out one side 4f of the paper only t ny Respectfully THE EDITOR J t Cranes Nest I < Tom Smith was in Corbin last lastt and things JJohn Hampton was out on a big itti rabbit hunt a few days ago f Jack Va...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1905

WI 4 J F rr 1 to > I 4 MVotAThd H i > J t MOUNTAIN J i f + y Entered ns BocondCluss Mnttor Friday February 19th 1901tt the Postolflco nt Hurbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 A f 1 1 t ti MOTTO LIVE VOlt OUR PuiENDft Do THE GHKATKST AMOUNT orUonn Wr tone TO tttA LAICOKAT NIXUKK or PKorin 4 = = i i TfJF germs t Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 1903r 0st Office till tdge MCDdWrlt Judge D McDonald Writes on i Interesting Article t BniTOR MOUNTAIN ADVOCATB CiCsec hi your Inst weeks issue q nite tf t nuntlier applicants for tlie Popt l c jkpce nt Rnrlxnirville and one would infer from the list given that th r t vis nn nhundnnce 6f tip m her in this county fur they are hn tch fI fpj out like spring chickens but it em8t1ut it is over l eems Jhnt isVpremnture as f wyen until the present incumbents Wnie empires nnd we have notIce d w 4 tl 1 early spring when chicks begin toil Wi atch that in a dozen eggs there will i PJbe maybe ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1905

l 5 1 r t Y V THE MlJriTAIN Dv ATE I 7 f Published Every Friday at Barb urville Kentucky 1 EntOYed all Soooud Class Matte Fobruary 19th loot at tbo Postoldco at lJarbourv1l1e Kt 11 under Act ot Congrosa of March ani IBiD r I D WALL cLARKMEOITOR oND PUBLISHER Sgbscriptfou Rates 100 per rear in advance to Everybody The Officiai Organ of the Republican Party in KAOJlt ConAty rift Ony97ewi1 aper 91I6111111 In Knox County REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election 1905 For County Judge Flcm D Sampson 1 Attorney W It Lay I Clerk C C Smith j Sheriff Dan H Williams Jailer 0 N Buchanan r a Suptof Schools Den Elarker Assessor 011 Mammons i Surveyor W F Wcstcrfleld i v Coroner Hiram Yoary FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Richardson SECOND D1STU1C1 I For Magistrate W H Burch 1 Constable C n Pigtnan WHAT DO YOU THINK With todays issue the ADVOCATE c starts out upon the second year of its existence Although it was freely C predicted that it would not continue for more than ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1905

II F t isr 1 1 Pf tt SPOT CAi9tt PRICES i i SPOT < PRICES J rAT cOces l t 1J I Ati v Country beans white or col vTvpred per pound03 Syrup in gallon buckets35 r Syrup in halfpalloh buckets 20 I v Syrup in quart cans 10 I I r I Standard evaporated peaches I w slf perpound10 Tctra choice e v np 0 l ate dr L peaches per pound12 ½ ivjf 5060 prunes per pound08 10Y Y speeded raisins 3 packages for 25 y Evaporated apples 3 pack ages for 2L i > di K Currants 3 pact ages for 25 1 iaF > < Best lemons per dozen 15 f nlifofnia oranges 200size 1 4 R jper dozen 25 25W K < per cjozen 50 W Large cocoanuts 05 yfa Fancy apples per peck 35 K v MapIe syrup in half gallon 65h h I Waldorf baked beans 3cnns l 3cnnsK 25 J rj Good pinksalmon 10 t VJ Best sliced beef 2 cans for 25 i W String beans 3pound can 10 < r TO < Best pineapple chunks 2 cans 25 l k Sweet Potatoes I very best 3 pound can 10 Macaroni 3 1 lb gjv yi iiuiuiii o packages J lu f Vr each for 2i fie peaches 3 ihs per can 10...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 17 February 1905

> itP r + k l > tj A t l f yti t 1 r rst i etlte ralsg 1 CORRESPONDENCE 1 il fr r < Baileys Switch x Rather cold weather up here 1L i degrees below zero Bud Bowling paid this place a f pleasant visit last Saturday Mrs J R Bailey has been down with the grip but is better at this writing Mr E S Trosper lost a fine gold watch Saturday night between Bai leys Switch and home Watch has three raised gold ornamental horse f heads on lid and one head pea green color Finder will confer a great lavdr by returning same to John R RBaileys r rW I B Willis lost a fine mustache last Sunday morning Finder will please return same and receive a lib eral reward Sunday February 12 Bro Israel went to the mountain and built there an altar and requested Bro Billie not to interfere Now did YOU BillieAlthough Although leap year has gone Bro Thomas Dizney had quite a unique proposal few days ago Wonder what he said Hes had the grip ever since Some one please tell Bill Baileys K cirl he couldnt come S...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 February 1905

> JJ 1 1 1T 11 t F J > Itf J L t1I b r j + I 1 f f r tiI iJ < J y i 41 PNit l 1 t iJr 7 t 7 C t 1 iq J k a 1 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE it Entorcjl as SecondClass Matter Friday February 19th 1001 at the Postofllco at Darbourvllla Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 + r MOTTO LIVE Foil OUR FUIKNDB Do Tne GREATKST AJTODMT or GOOD WK CAN TO THE LARGEST NuxnEii or PEOPLE r S + Terms i Per Year In 4dvance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No2 rr + r CHAIRMAN BYRLEY 1 f Intercedes With President r 1 Roosevelt in Behalf df 7 j Judge Denton K Chairman W W Byrloy left a town the first of last week very e eiuietly and no one here knew of l his whereabouts until Sunday morning when the following ap T to peared id tho Louisville Times t W W Bvrloy of Knox county chairman of the Eleventh J Z1 District Republican Committee came to Washington and in 1I3 > elorsed Judge Denton for Collect or Mr Byrley saw President I Roosevelt and declared that th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 February 1905

ry lvY y 1 1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky r 0 1 4 1 s Entered as Becondtilass flatter February 10th lOOt at tho 1ostolllco at llorbuurvdlc Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLARK 1 EDITOR PND LI81i R Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14 1 1 1The Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox Connty I UAe Only Jfawapapsr Published in JVnox County n REPUBLICAN NOm EES For November Election J905 For County Judge Flom D Sampson h Attorney W H Iny Clerk b CSmlih h Sherla Dan H Williams Jailer qr Ituclmnnn Suptof Schools Den E 1iukcr t Assessor G II Hiimmons AASurveyor VF AVestortlelil Coroner Hiram Ycnrj FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Ales M Smith 4 Constable T M ItlclmrOon v SECOND D1STIUCT For Majflstrate W 11 Burch Constable C H l jrmnn PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is avenging himself for the silence which must have seemed long indeed to him dur ing the campaign Nothing but the convention or form that the Presi dent 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. — 24 February 1905

LIyn I Y r ynt9 aR 1 4 4 SPOT CASH PRES t11 AT DOLES i FFF blasting powder per keg 17 i Miners oil best grade per gal 50 Squibs 2 boxes for2 i xBeal Bros coal picks 45 Cranberry coal puks 40 Best timothy hay 100 Ibs9 t Black mixed seed oats per hu 4 6 Mest white seed oats per hu r 4 r Oat sacks if token 07 Rust proof riced nat pcfhu o5 l j i Export timoth per hit 185 r 1y Export fancy clover seed pcr bushe1t 85 Export fancy red top seed per perf 75 f Galvanized barb wire per 100 29 Smooth galvanized wire per V 100 pounds o 26 Wire nails per keg f 26 Country beans white or col J ored OS rt > Syrup in gallon buckets 15I c > Syrup in hnff gallon buckets 2C > Quart Syrup 1C fci Standard evaporated peaches to Extra choice evaporated 12h < 4050 prunes 1C 1 5060 prunes OS f V3 packages 1 I1 evaporated d 1 + apples 26 4 3packages currants for 2 5 ° ii3 packages seeded raisins lor 2f Fancy apples per peck 31 V 1 Lnrgccoeoanuts 05 Waldorf Boston baked beans ra for 25 k Best pineap...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 February 1905

k J M CORRESPOHDEHCE a 0ItI 1iY Get your manuscript in not later I than Wednesday of each weekED feMm Wash Jenkins is quite sick this week Alphonso Bates formerly of Viper who was at home last week left Sunday merning to resume his stud ies at the Lebanon Ohio Normal College Mr G T Hall received a fine wild cat a few days ago The animal to was killed by his son Oroan down on Engine creek and was one of the largest ever brought to Whitesburg Mr Potter owns it now H G Franklin had the good luck to catch three coons during one pi r the cold days recently Dee Holbrooks one of Olas prom I iising young men was the guest of J J SF Franklin Saturday and Sunday W W Sergent the Whitesburg timber man has been calling on friends on Colly during the past weekTillman Tillman Adams has returned from the State of Washington where he e has been for the past three years A hydrophobia epidemic among the dogs of the neighborhood is I causing general alarm The disease has been communicated to several pe...

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