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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 March 1904

w 1 1 > I I j M Mr a M 7W Ayy I 4 7 I r v 1 Is i t i ffii JZr IaIIInWIffOUNTAIN ADVOCAT7 I t ift < i A 9 jl t 1r Bnlorcd u SooondClau Matter Friday February 19th laps at tho PostofRio at Darbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 l MOTTO Lnriji FOB OUR FHIMDB Do TUB GftEATKar AXOCKT or GOOD WE CAN TO THK LA wo BUT NDMDKH or PKOFLK > < 1 1J first Year rI1 BARBdURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 25 1904 VOII No 6 I i 0 > k 1 iDan H William t i Ir vL f 2 t 1 NEW STOCK 1 ti r r r JJ l I i rll 1 I I is In the little building between t the furniture Store and the > Old Cumberland Valley Bank j r 1 x j All the Latest Things 1 > r No use to Mention Prices l P I You Know Me t OIL RIG For Sale I I I c l 1 Standard OIL Complete RIG Consisting of 1200 feet 2 18 cable Hew Ajax Engine Full List of Drills Jars Sockets Fishing Tools Blacksmith and I ILl I Rig Building cool Rig Timber Everything neededI I t Address B A ROGERS f I GETTING CVCN Ith Indiana Game...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 March 1904

fTHf MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t tatilished Every Friday at Barboiirville Kentucky r 7 J t rod ms BocondClasa Matter February leth 1004 at thoPostofflco at liarbourvtlte Ry Syi under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 O WILL CLARKEDITCR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody The Official Orgafit the Republican Party In Knex Cenaty 2i4e Only ewaaper naatliyhed c nirsx Cexnly I t A WORD TO CANDIDATES 11 > > We will insert your name and the Office fa which you aspire m the proper place in this paper and carry the same continuously until the Party Nominees 1ir 1 oseh for the various offices as follows h I l t iFor Congressional Honor 2000 I I h Judicial IKstrid 1500S t r U Legislative r 1000 fA County Offices Each 500 I I < Magisterial District 250I jJ jf I t v I 1 Cash in all cases wwd accompany the order to insure insertion t Call on or AddresaT ze Advocate Barbourville Ky l > Town Topics I p Continued from First Miej < t and reprehensible mistakes...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 March 1904

K t I OWNERS 4 f Of Property Throughout The > j il County Should Awaken To the Necessity of Yr Erecting a New rV Court House > rJ v > < As we have stated before and rwe wish to repeat it there is a crying need for the erection of anew r e new Court liouse in Knox county and we believe if the property owners of the county who would be called upon to help defray the expenses of tho building would think for a moment they would give the Fiscal court no rest until the movement was placed on foot to erect a new building All the records of the county are at present stored away in the office of the county clerk where they would be exposed to tho ravages of the flames should the old courthouse burn This would cause a kiss to the real estate owners of the county that would never in many instances be re paired and would end in untold litigation and would prove more expensive than a new Court L house houseThis This could all be prevented by the erection of a new and modern building ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 March 1904

IRTS OFLL AGES WtHThey They Are Blended by Worlds Fair Designers So as to Produce Both Variety I and Harmony S 44 1 < JUkgnHicent Picture In Which the Best of the Old iY > Masters Is Seen With the Latest Crew tlons of Modern Art imIlE architecture of the Louisiana i Purchase Exposition is majestic r I In the great Ivory white exhibit palaces historical in the foreign and state buildings allworld and unique in concession structure The palaces ore the varied produc Lions of the leading architects of the United States designed in obedience to a chaste harmonious scheme The style adopted is described as a free treatment of the Renaissance Ac g cording to dictionaries Renaissance I is the style which succeeded the me t dl val and was based upon study and emulation of the forms and ornament I of tile classic architecture of Greece and Rome One of the architects defines the use of the term as a carte blanche to the architects to produce a beautiful ef feet by the use of any architect...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 March 1904

ii1 ibscribc for your county paper extSunday twtlf t 1 Palm Sun e t Sunday lIIb Pal SUI VII + Itt 3 i 71 rht c 1 jib ftnday will be County Court a d Y I 1hentown court dny drop in ami subscribe for your county paper alSUbSCribe Rig ad in this issue If C L yob want to buy here is your r ciice I > f rk If your house needd hidthi1 talk 1 tolRi W Cole he will give you prices i h on nintsI tofR Dont forget AW Hopper when i yotf want groceries You know his goods are firstclass gldS Rev J WM Garveyre ched to a dirge congregation aft t e 1 Chri tlchurch last Sunday morning I Messrs Bolton and Hayes have a completed Mrs Dan Johnsons nwv residenccpp Hig h street st received a carload fo matting t oi cloth and inolium at the Palac furniture store V furiturc ffrank Catroh was acquitted in t the Police Cur Tuesday upon the cllarge of carrying n pistol lust received anupto dateline Mens Clothing and Footwear I GIHSOS PLANK IGmsoN There are several cases of small pox reported in Corbin but the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 March 1904

i MNN at a CORRESPONDENCE JS J 18 Correspondents will please send ff t thcir Hems so as to reach this office I g ftoi later than Tuesday morning in > order to insure insertion Promptness fjirijihis matter will assist the manage menl materially in getting out the Ad r tijlwcate on time Please bear this in fe wwt < 2 and give us your news as early I I xinhe week as possible Hditor h SSr 1onnon f 1 < v Jt looks as though spring had opened up from the appearance ol i ifirte weather < H L Cannon has a new wheel in I his grist mill All who want a good coca cake should call on him and he Mind John Lockard can supply your wants that is if you furnish the corn k II s r 1 + Mrs G M Jackson was the guest of her son near Girdler Sunday H t y JrW Smith visited friends at Locust i Grove Sunday 11 < The prospects in the oil business f steins to be increasing now with a > few new wells coming in The operators erators seem to be greatly encour f aged as well as the people To 4every...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 April 1904

EL1 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 4 1 + t p Bntorcd as SecondClaw Matter Friday FebruarY 19th 1901 at tho iostoillce at Darbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 wt + 4 j I t 4 r r 1 MOTTO LIVE Foil Omt FIURNDS Do TILE OIIKATKST AMOUNT or GOOD Wis CAN TO TIIR LAHOCMT NUMDKK or IBorir rx First YearEfAIBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL i 1904 Voli NO7 y f Dan H Williams h < is opening 17 I A NEW STOCK 4f r ln the little building between the Furniture Store and the Old Cumberland Valley Bank y Y All the LaestThings I f No use to Mention Prices + You Know Me III II I Standard Complete OIL RIG Consisting of 1200 feet 2 18 cable new Ajax Engine Full List of Drills neI Sockets Fishing Tools Blacksmith and Rig Building Tool Rig Timber Everything needed t neededI 1 IAddress B A ROGERS TI J cieN A V eE Neb I Steam Laundry I J f Lexington Ky Jt CJ OMAR EMERY CLARK Agents 10 r Jj 1Barbourville Ky I I f A 1OFFICE in the ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE I I Work CalledFor and For andDelive...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 April 1904

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky r i Entered as Bocond Class Matter February 10th lOOt nt the Poitofflco at llurbourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of March 8nl 1879 a D WILL CLARKIDITCR AND PUBLISHER > Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty vhe Only Tfewapapar ZPubliahud in Jfnox County I A WORD TO CANDIDATES We will insert your name and the Office to which you aspire in the prdpct place in this paper and carry the same continuously until the Parly Nominees are chosen for the various offices ae follows r i For Congressional Honor 2000 V Judicial District 1500 I Legislative 4C 1000 14 County Offices Each 500 i Magisterial District 250 Cash in all cases must accompany the order to insure insertion Call on or Address The Advocate Barbourville ICy 4 l ANNOUNCEMENTS > FOR SHERIFF fy Having been requested And willing to no icept I hereby announce myself n candidate for 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. — 1 April 1904

LOCALS J Job work of every description promptly executed at hlaoMc 1r The freezes Sunday an lion ay r nights made the etly gardens look I I > lilac 30 centsrn Fi Faulkner isputtmtenn addition v J t i YBrosarcs 1o Doiie YBros t to his house Dozicc Bros are do ng the work > f E See the new subscribes coming in f Jl8 in one day Was you one of x them t if nqt why not 1Next Sunday will be Easter andI nil the new spring hats will be outt provided the weather is bright I j Dr G N Jolly went to London 7 last Saturday mornnig and Breached If there Sunday returning Monday I F afternoon 1 afternoonRev Rev C K Dickey came down from f xnP Pineville Wednesday to attend Quar I terly meeting and returned Thurs r day afternoon t i Frank Letcher has moved from Y College Avenue to the Chamberlain j house on the river just below the j l Richland bridge o i A number of names wtre secured I ftp send our Congressmen to support vIri the HepburnDqllivcr bill which is r J pending before the House and S...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 April 1904

RRESP NDBNGD IIe Correspondents will please send i their items to as to reach this office not later than Tuesday morning in order to insure insertion Promptness in this matter will assist the manage ment materially in getting out the Ad mvoeate vocate on lime Please bear this in mind and give us your mews as early dn the week as p08B 61eEdilor possibleEditorCannon 1 Ai v We had quite a storm to visit us C last week It did considerable dam f age to the farmers by blowing down fencing and timber on their farms Owing to the wet weather farming seems delayed tosomeextent Even oat sowing and potato planting are behind time considerably James Brooks is having consider able improvements made on his gar den and other fencing Messrs Nash and Stephens made a flying trip to Middlesboro a few Y days ago Mr Stephens says it is a fascinating place and thinks he will ti visit that neck o the woods again Scott Jackson a tenant of Mrs Kitty Brooks is doing more farming tthan any man in this part He ...

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 April 1904

11MF 1 1 r 1 1 Y MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f t r4 Entered as second Claea Matter Friday February lltbllIO at the postomco at lJarbourvl1lo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress ot March 3rd18 9 y MOTTO LITE FOH Owl FIUBKDB Do TUB OIIKATKI T AMOUNT or GOOD WK CAN xo THE LAHQEKT NUXIIKK or PBOPIB First Yenr BAKBOURVILL KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 8 1904 Vol I No8 rt y fJ1i yk 1 k FIVE Lia a CAR LOADS TO ARRIVE NEXT WEEK FOR DAN H WIllIAMS rI ONE CAR LOAD 1 f Buggies Surreys Springwagon 18 different styles set up to select from L I 11C load farm wagonsBEST BEST MADE 1 I M1 J Car load Globe fertilizer I 1l BEiIc I I Car load com and shipstuff 11 shipstuffL DAN H WILLIAMS 1DAN 1 t r Sell everything Cheap all tHe time i E FOET t 0f the Condition of The First National Bank at BarbOurville in the State of Kentucky At the Close of Business March 28th 1904 iNo 6262 RESOURCES ifLoans and Discounts 69670 79 Overdrafts secured andunsecured 51180 U S Bonds to secure circulation 650000 Premiums on U S Bonds 6337...

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 April 1904

4 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourvlllei Kentucky I Entered aa Secondclaae Matter FobUarlotlil x it the 1oiiW > nco t rboUlJJ1Ic ley I I undor Act of Congfosrof March 3rd 1819 a P l D WlLLCiARKi tolmt RIAt rusilattdit I Subscription Rates 100 per J car in advance to Everybody l IThe < Official Otgait of UiBRepuWicaa it Party fnKno County ih 1J ay7avs J1r PN6t1Ai ii X eualy of trfi A yORD TO fcANDIDATES f We will insert your mime and the Office to which you aspire in the proper place in this papers and early the same continuously untiHhHarty Nominees aue chosen forth nanoitrl Ices 7011flcB r ia J jongrestipnal Honor 2000 jCo Judicial District 1500 i tl If t t 0 t Legilllltitlel ir r 0t00J i tJ r I iountyOffice EacA r oo i r 14 Mftffiilfnal Eiilrici 250 I i f n Cash in aM calf mutt accompany the order to insure insertion r tOaU Qn or Address tThe Advocate Barbourville Ky t k lit if 1 > 1r 111 ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNGEMENLSr i r t i r f FOR COUNTY JUDGE Wo ...

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 April 1904

41 awAi I I 1 fIOeAL1 IVvN P i ini this week fie 1ck Lai Hosery ii here Gibson Plank I f 1 areI I > preparing to attend a dance at Mid i dlesboro to night Friday 11 w i Ie John Planks B Stetsons Hats at Gibson f I Thirty miles of Bluec Grass seen l err on a trolly trip between Lexing > r r ton and Georgetown Low rates l L t < t fast n time and cars every hour ° + i IBostonian Bostonian shoes fit your feet Gibson Plank jibSOn Philoneikean Society of Union ollege entertained its friends oilcan elaborate scale last Friday night at iheir hall Avery entertaining pro gram was rendered and delicious re freshments served iGo art to Gibson Planks when you r are looking for Clothing Shoes Skirts anything in Ladies and Gents furnishings Premium tickets with each purchase JI Jlj At a called meeting of the Board jitt of Council Wednesday afternoon J f fci Catron was elected as a Special Judge to act during the ahsence ot Judge G P Bain who was called to Hqt Springs Ark by the serious il...

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 April 1904

ullelHrrlwa CORRESPONDENCE I a ui Correspondent will please lend y 1 their itemuo at to reach this office not later than Tuesday morning in order u insure insertion Promptnetx y in this matter will assist the manage menu materially in getting out the Ad < vocate on time Please bear this in mind and give us your news as early tin the week as possible Edilor e8olleys Switch r > Jack Crouch and wife of Cranes Nest passed through here Monday on their way to Chanute Kan L T Rev W C Judd of Cannon filled his regular appointment here Sun day The visiting brothers from Hoi r den were as follows Thomas Hop I per F A Hurley John L Hamm James Clark Come again brothers we are glad to have you in our midst midstMiss Miss Cleaty McDonald was the guest of Miss Laura Kinder last Sun day 1 Mr and Mrs E S Trosper were the guests of W H Grace Sunday S R Lampson was the guest of Dan Grace Sunday Mr and Mrs John McBce were guests of Isaac Garland Sunday Rev W C Judd was the guest of T D Jarvis Sun...

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 April 1904

< MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 fJ J Entered as SecondClass Matter Friday February 19th IDOl at the Poitofflco nt Darbourvlllo Knox County Kjr under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 y jf y I MOTTO Live Fell Oon FIUENDB Do Tnz OIIBATKHT AXOUKT or GOOD WE CAN TO TUB LAHOMT NDMBBK or Pzorimr I Ix tr I First Year BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL 15 1904 Vol I No 9 r1 j SYMPATHY I Expressed for Caleb Powers i IJv former Governor I Of West Virginia qtr Others Write Letters Of Sympathy The sympathy and admiration awakened for Caleb Powers all Aver the United States is proven by the letters which he contin ually receives from men ia djf ferent States with many of whom he is personally not acquainted These letters almost invariably mention in the highest terms the famous speech delivered by Powers in his own defense in whicli he sought to establish clearly his innocence In a let ter from a Wr Atkinson of Charleston W Va former Gov i ernor of that State this speech t t is spoken of as the greates...

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 April 1904

I THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky k Entered as SecondClass Matter February 1Mb 1904 at tbo Pontofflco nt liarbourvlllo Kjr undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 D WILL CLARKIDITOR AND PUBLISHER I f Subscription Rates 100 per year in advancetoEverybodyi t I The Official OrtII of the Republican Party in Knox ConAty I I Z4o Only Tfewapapvr ZPutfoAod in Jfnox County i i A WORD TO CANDIDATES 1 I JYe will insert your name and the Office to which you aspire in the proper r place iii Ms paper and carry tilt same continuously until the Party Nominees are chosen for the various offices aafollous > for Congressional Honors 2000 r t Judicial District 1500 1 Ie Legislative H 1000 t 1 > County Offices Each 500 r rAlapisterial District 250 v nCJoh in all cases must accompany the order to insure insertion 1 Call on or Address The Advocate Barbourville Ky ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS Wo nre authorized to announce HON W GODFKEY HUNTER nil a candidate for re...

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 April 1904

t Ar > NI A 4 i LOCALS I v A I Y 1Vo urtj authorized to aBnouncta Ive DAN IL IIAMS J III n cnndhlnle rn t e ot co orllShor of aux 00n1l11 sub pct td ihb action ftbo Ittipubllcmi party I l j ohn B feictsbnV Hats fl Gibson kS ijiJi < 1 ot Zi Af Sflie town has been fu 1of visitors tnts week from all parts < oft h e country and many from adjoining aunties also are here I Save Your Time and Money By taking the trolley between Lex ti ington Georgetown and P a ris list time low rates and cars every t hr < f rv t i for Sale JEight head of good 3 year old sees Ten miles frpm Pinevelle ou the left fork of Straight creek 1v q 1 W P SLUSH ER Iw K5o to Gibson flanks when + yoU i are looking for Clothing Shoes Skirts f anything in Ladies and Gents furnishings Premium tickets with each purchase The Black Iat Hosiery is here Gibson Plank Supt M a Hignite although 0 Sp not shrink from his duty as he has been prosecutingthe trustees dist charge their official duty Hs does not allow the fa...

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 April 1904

1N ttwttsft CORRESPONDENCE I h Correspondent win please tent in their items to at to reach thit office not later than Tuesday morning in order t0 inure insertion Promptne M tAi matter will assist the manage i K ment materially in getting out the Ad vocals on time Please bear this in j > miNd and give ut your newt at earl in the week at p038 leEclilor possibleEditorTuttle I t Tuttle Weather very cool anda littl pow snowA A C Burnett was visiting friend I < on Knox Fork lust Sunday t Rev Jeff Tuttle delivered an interi esting sermon to a large audience at f Mount Olivet last Sunday tSteve Johnson of Grays was ii our midst last Friday buying pota toes A C Burnett was visiting in Gray last Friday night Charley Bother of Cranes Nest and Miss Delora Humfleet of this place were united in the holy bond of matrimony by the Rev Ephrnin I Jones last Saturday We wish then a long prosperous and happy jour ney through life W H Burnett recently of Baileys Switch moved near this place last we...

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 April 1904

w xr jr MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE f STrEELE M E N J A w h BARBOURVILLE KYI Comments II IC on lbr 7 DR W G HUNTER Elsewhere In this issue appears the official announcement of Dr W God frey Hunter as a candidate for re election to Congress from this the R Eleventh Congressional District Dr Hunter was elected last year from this ditrict to fill out the uncxpired i term of the late Judge Vincent Bore ring and now comes before the peo ple of this district asking for their endorsement for a reelection He is recognized as being the greatest r organizer in the State today and when he has gone over the territory and mingled with the people he will make the race very interesting to the man who lines up in the battle t t array against him Dr Hunter was twice given the caucus nomination by the Kentucky Legislature as the party nominee for U S Senator and t when four or five socalled Republi cans refused to support and he real ized that there was no prospect of an election he handed back to the a party ...

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 April 1904
Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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