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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 March 1905

JtijW > i ri 11 7 1 F 4 i1 Wj Y zi NOUNTPdN n ADVOCATE il k y Entered as Sccond Class Matter Friday February inth 1001 at tho PosfoHlcant Hnrbourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 li5 I MOTTO LIVE FOB OUR l tNnADO THE OUKATBST AMOCNT or noon WK OAN TO TUB LAHOKST NUMBEU OF PEOPLE p < ff3 iJfi Terms i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 3 1905 Second Year VOI2 No 3 t j t IiH fr I + WE WANT I M ° 1T x A Leader to Push the Water e works Proposition a t 1 What hUH become of our water a rv works proposition that was agi tated a rows weeks ago it seems r I Mo have gotten lost somewhere 4 in the recent blizzard thatswept I across this country c We would like to see the ques j lion revived again Surely the people of our town should not j pennitas valuab6 an improve anent as that would prove to be Lf t go by without favorable con fJr i r sideration t M If our townsmen will not take 1 the matter up they should at I tt Itfast incourage foreign...

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 March 1905

J lial M iK 1 P y J THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky i Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th 1MM at the Fostofflco at Ilarbourvllle Ky under Act of onjrross ot March 3rd 1879 i D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND L Subscription Rates 100 per year in adv o Everybody I The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty Una Only ffewapapar Published in Jfnox County REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election J905 For County Judge 1lom D Sampson Attorney W H Lay Clerk C C Smllli aSheriff Dan II Williams Jailor 0 N Buchanan Suptof Schools Hen K Parker Assessor G II Hammons Surveyor WF Wosterfleld Coroner Hlnini Ycnry FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M niehnnlmiii SECOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H Burch Constable C II 1ljrmnn SUBSCRIPTION LAWS Many readers have from time to time requested information concern V ing newspaper subscription laws Seven have been compiled from de cisions of the Untied States Court and embody points that...

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 March 1905

r 1 t 11 ft 1 pt r ffJ r l 1 r r t a r s POTCA5H PRiC3 < t L At COLE S FF blasting powder per keg 15 fMincrs oil best grade per galoU quibs 2 boxes fbr2 ii dleal Bros coal picks 4 5 4T Cranberry coal picks to > Best timothy hay 100 Ibs9 14ti flack mixed seed oats per bu 46 1 Jest wlllte seed oats per bu 7 4at sacks if taken i Q7 Rust proof sent oats per bu H Export timothy per bu1 i85 2 15xport lancy clover seed per bushel 850 K 1 l xport fnnev red top seed per p B 100 pounds 75 PJti alvanized barb wire per 100 29 l < 3w Smooth galvanized wire per it perP 20 tWirc nails per keg 20 Country beans white or col ttorcd 03 I rap in gallon buckets fti P S5ruJ ill half gallon buckets 20 f Quart Syrup 10 f < Standard evaporated peaches to I Vlvxtra choice evaporated at 121 rf 050 prunes 10 11 V nOG prunes 08 j yjji packages 1 lb evaporated 7t f > aVpios 25 V 3 packages currants for 25 v i packages seeded raisin lor 2 5 c Pane apples per pCCh3 fLargc cocoa n IJ t 05 Waldorf Bos...

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 March 1905

l fJi r r Pl y fffJ f l t 1 CORRESPONDENCE 8 J O f > Knox Pork KIND EDITOR As I saw in your valuable paper a week or two ago where cousin Frank Mitchell was inquiring what had become of Char ley Carty and also Miss Rose an J other one of your correspondents j I who stems to be interested about 1 Charley but as 1 havent seen him I for several weeks I will tryand tell them where I think they can find 1him If they will go to his fathers I house situated on what is called Hutton Branch I think thy will find him at home where all good boys i ought to be especially cousin Frank Mitchel J J Price has had a severe attack of a la grip for the past week 1 Mrs Wm Lawson of near Janis Store had a seven attack of pneu monia lever Ed Parker of this place tracked up a large ground hog last Friday morning and caught it Ground hog day must have been February 17 I tins year i 1 A Mr Smith of Barbourville has been delivering enlarged pictures on ° Knox Fork for the Fidelity Portrait 44oinpany of Ch...

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 March 1905

MOUNTAINM w ADVOCATE Entered os SccondCloss1tlattcr Friday Fobruar10th loot at the Postolllco at DarbourvUlo Knox County Ky under Act oC Congress oC March hI1879 t j MOTTOLIVE Fon OUR FlUENDADo THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF GOOD WE IAN TO TUG LARGEST NUMDEIt OJ PEOILE J Terms 1 Per Year In Advance PARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 10 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 4 SOME MORE POST OFFICE TALK I w r SpJudge McDonald Writes Another Interesting Arti cle Trying to Justify His Claims on Jfeir the Post Office Here a a d tthe ere i rEDITOR MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 r I Dear SirI j jL would apt think of discussing I Ia j 1 ftn issue with you through your E fcvn paper if I did not know that I 1n yiuiare a wan that will toat T iiilvith a fellow But as you 1 tacit taken the liberty to reply 11 toy niy communication of two weeks ago I wish to set you I jyfright in a few instances Jfl 1 First you say that I claim that tfiat 1 ought to be perpetuated 1 Biti oilice because I belong to the 1 largest Republican fami...

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 March 1905

y V THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE k v Ht Published j Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as ge < J6fulClnss Matter Feb nf1r10tb lOOt ntitbo PontoNlco nt Haibourvllie Ky > under Act of onjrrojss of March 3rd IBiD I I O WILL CLARKIIND PUBLISHER Jt Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance fo Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connly i Tjho Only tfawapapor Published in Jffnox County REPUBLICAN N01MNRES 1 1 For November Election J9051 For County Judge Vlom D 8nml on1 Attorney W H Lay S 015rk C f math Sheriff Dun H WiltfuniF Jnllor 0 2C lluvlmniin Suptof Schools Ben K Tinker Assessor OII Huminony Surveyor W F Wostorllolil Coroner Hi nun Yonrjv FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Hlchnrdson SECOND DISTIUCT For Magistrate W II Burch I Constable C It Iiuimm HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS In his inaugural address as he hns done in more important things Pres ident Roosevelt has shown himself a record breaker In a few words well chosen and not a w...

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 March 1905

Jcn t rid sr CASH PRICES Ii f PRICESAT y > AT COLES U t pony turning plows225 I No 13 OliyerChilled Plows 750 fo19 to I II 775 tN 20II II II86p 010II II II6QO rNb ibO Lynchburg liilside II 550 I No 150h t II 800 No 100 BL Steel benmII 050 Nol50 1 u v U II 000 Points for Oliver Plows ill IINo 100 L B plows ao a u 150U U I 40 j Shovel plows i 20 and 25 i A Hull tongue plows 20 nutU > 5 Grindstones 45 to 50 > 80 v v Best Axes 65 70 nth 75 Wagon harness from275ItoOOO Saddle bags 275 to 500 Leather horsecollars75 to 250 r 4i BackbllndslO to 75 t Riding bridles tGO to 100 Extra good web hhlters15 t Leather halters75 to 1 40 4 I VOirt shovels 45 Ull steel pades50 b IMnnure lories < 5U Aoquart galvanized water bucket 15 al1onII cans15 jt Garden rakes hoes grub hoes mat S 4 toeks all kinds of farming tools car penters tools hinges butts locks and everything in hardware at rock S tbottom prices I have the largest r l cis stock ot queensware glassware and Mclitna in this section an...

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 March 1905

f r u CORRESPONDENCE a N Baileys Switch 4J R Bailey was in Ptncvillc v last n iweek on business I1j ti H < > J 0 Jarboe of Pineville dens here Saturday taking up spokes ns usual judge J M Gilbert of Bnrbourvillc visited relatives nt Crane Nest Inst Sunday SundayJqe I Joe Mills and family of Jams Store was the guest of John Lon worth Sunday SundaerCharlcy Charley and Willie McDonald of Knox Forl have moved to Straight I Creek We wish them good luck in their new home I The following were guests of J B Kinder and wife Sunday Mr and + I Mrs Mat Frederick of Walsend M I Cannon and wife George Smith and wife and Mrs Kachael Messhmon all of Barbourville Mrs Birdie Childers who has been l quite ill is some better Rosa Donaldson and brother Ben of Knox Fork visited here Sunday I The singing given by Mrs Green Turner last Saturday night was n pleasant affair the following were Y present Misses Elvina One and Carrie Jackson Stella Dizney Lura Kincaid Mrs Laura Jackson and daughter Miss F...

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 March 1905

r MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE liiI JJ 1 jj f J 1 r4 q rx Kntorcil an BocondClnss Matter Friday February 10th 1001 at the PostoHlco at Darbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 i t + MOTTO LIVE Foil Ouii FUIENDS Do TilE GIIEAXKST AMOUNT or GOOD WK IAN TO TUB LAUOKST NUMBEU or PBOPLE w F Terms i Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 17 1905 Second Year Vol 2 NO5 tr = = = I 9Crude Thoughts Fall from life Editorial Pen Reveriesi Pleasant Even f t1 Ing Rfverlesj THE HOME CIRCLE i COLUMN r f sTIfE ABSENT ONES J ONESr r I shall leave the old home in the au turnn I To traverse its threshold no more Ali how shall I sigh for the dear t i1liiI ones Ii That meet me each worn at the I 1 Ydoor tt I shall miss the goodnights and l ± the kisses t f 1 And the gush of their innocent glee JtThe group on its green and the j flowersI y ftl k i v That arc brooght everv morning to me t 11 f > 1 I hall miss them at morn and at i even 1 2f Their song in the school and 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. — 17 March 1905

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th loot at tho Fostofllco at llarbourvllle Ky under Act of engross of March 3rd 1870 t D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox Connty v ZfAt Only yfewapapor Publfahott in Jfnpx County w 0 REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election 1905 For County Judge Flom D Sampson y Attorney W 11 Lay Clerk C C Sratlh i Sheriff Dan IL Williams I Jailer G N Buchanan a Supt of Schools Den E Parker r 14 Assessor O II Hammons Surveyor W F Westorflold Coroner Hiram Yeary FIRST DISTRICT ° For Magistrate Alex M Smith 9 Constable TrL Richardson Pfc SECOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H Burch f Constable C D Pieman l 0 WHAT WILL THE END BE For more than five years past t Hon Caleb Powers one of Knox counties most distiguished sons has been confined in a felons cell await ing an opportunity to establish...

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 March 1905

iI 0 i J r > t 1S PpTA I PRICCS > 0 AT COLES t dpi 3Doz clothes pins for 05 Clotheslines wire 10 to 25 Znrinps La Bell Diploma Pat ent High Roller Flour per sack 85 Special Patent White Fawn < Flour per sack M 80 dry salt meat per lb 10 cents t Y Ay side > 0 9 Silver leaf lard lb 11 can 10 Premium lard Ib 12V6 can 11 Va Syrup in gallon buckets 35 xc < FSyrup in half gallon buckets v 20 < 1 Quart Syrup 10 t Pineapple drip SyrUP gallon 30 t Pineapple drip syrup 12 gallon 15 Trace chains per pair from 40 85 t Ball Top Hamcs 50 k Back bands from 10 cents to 75 1r Horse collars from 30 cents to 2 50 < Check lines from 175 to 275 4 frhnve a BIG LINE of BULK GARDEN 1 SEED consisting of a variety of Peas t 4 4 Beans Beets Melons Corn and Sweet Pens The quality is the very 1 best and prices reasonable Dont Iftc fail to investigate before buying l T have recently purchased the 4LARGESTand MOST COMPLETE LINE of JEWELRY to be found oit 1 anywhere outside of the Cities tl Th...

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 March 1905

Pt CORRESPONDENCE tlltar I at lM I Jarvis Store f J D Jarvis was in town Tuesday on business Stella Dizney was the guest of Ettie Wobllum last week J D Willis and family visited rela tives near Cannon this week John Peatty was in Corbin Satur day on business S A Lawson visited his father Wm Lawson last Sunday 1 Jones Hopper ane wife were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Rey nolds near Baileys Switch The singing given by Mrs Lawson last Saturday night was a very 1pleaant affair IV M 1 p Scaly 11Scnlf Larkin Hubbard was in Bar bourvillo Monday on business The people of this place were t greatly shocked to hear of the I death of Brother 0 J Ham loons of Bynumville Mo I r James Walker of DeWitt Ivy was the guest of Thos G MammonsSSathan SSathan Johnson said when he read about his stave business that Wild Bill tells about says HQ Ive got no staves to shipThos I Thos G Hammons is doing a considerable amount of farming Success to the ADVOCAVK and its Editor DRY GOURD i 1Cannon Well kind Edi...

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 March 1905

I q NOLJNTAINy Entered as SecondClass Matter Friday February 10th 1001 nt the Postoffiuo at narbuurvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 189r r GIOTTO LIVB Foil Ouu lInSRDo THE OnnATKST AMOUNT or OOOD WB AN TO THK LARGEST NUMDEH or PEOPLe I = I I Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 24 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No6 Ii = MORE POST OFFICE TALK I Judge McDonald Tears Off A Large Slice for I V 0 Us to Digest This Week I Editor Mountain Advocat My Dear Sir In your reply to my last communi I I cation you say that I came in again beating the wind to try to place my self in the best position where I thin it will appear to the best advantag I tf in again asking lor public patronage Hut I want you to know that I an already in position andthe old ad > 4 0 age is Possession is nine points 11 I rtlaw and as I am already in posses i sion I onlask to remain f Now so far as our high standing I I and our good wives are concerned I think we are both satisfi...

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 March 1905

i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I y Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky tfEntered IB SecondClass Matter February loth t loot at tho Fostofllco at Uarbourvillc Ky under Act or Congress of March 3rd 1879 I l > D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty line Only ffowapapar Published in Knox County REPUBLICAN NOIMNEES r For November Election 1905 For County Judgo Flem D Sampson Attorney W II Lay Clerk C C Smllh Sheriff Dan H Williams Jailer G N Buchanan Suptof Schools Den E Parker Assessor G H llammons Ilammonsk W Surveyor F Westerflold Coroner Hiram Vcary r FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Richardson SECOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H Burch Constable C B Pieman THE POLICE JUDGESHIP As was published two weeks ago the Board of Council at the last reg nlar meeting appointed the writer t as successor to Judge G P Bain as the Police Judge of the city of Ba...

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 March 1905

uu fIr rt SPOT CASH PRICES tI AT COLES New York Early Rose Pota lk toes per bushels 90 New York Burbank Seed Po iJl tatoes par bushel lruo I Early Ohio Seed Patatoes 12 r I rIm too busy this week to quote prices on other lines but 1 hay quoted prices so often that I dont b deem it necessary as ever reader ol the Advocate knows that tny prices arc always right and quality the 3 very best that the market affords 5 Dont forget that I have a full line of all kinds of Hardware Plows i Farming Impliments Rakes Hoes etc Also a full line of Bulk and Package Garden Seed Field Seed Sweet Peas My stock of Groceries i7i is complete and price lower than can be bought anywhere outside the large cities f Dont fail to inspect my immense line of Jewelry See large show case j as you enter store If it is JEWEL i + RY that you want I can suit you r both in design and quality The Manufacturer gives a SEVEN YEAR i GUARANTEE with the cheapest itarticlcs in line of JEWELRY 4 L 4 Dont forget COLE when you n...

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

4 fllN CORRESPONDENCE Baileys Switch John Hinton moved from Bell Co to this place last weekDavid Mar tin and Mat Frederick of Walsend were visiting Jacob Kinder last Sun day John Smith of Straight Creek Bell county was here Sunday and said he could come as near doing without his tobacco as the Moun tain Advocate J L Dosier of Bar bourville was here Saturday on busi nessJ S Gibbert was here Sun daMiss Lula Hawn of Hopper visited Cleota Bailey Saturday and SundayMrs r R Bailey visited her sister Mrs J J lan inship at e Barbourville last week W S Taylor Hammond We are glad to see spring come again and see the boys begin to plow S Aunt Betsy Hammonds has beer e on the sick list for the last few days C Nancy Hignite of Pineville visited i friends here last week John Hignite l formerly of this place has returned from Bynumville Mo Jim Balding has moved here from Flat Lick Henry Hinklc has been ill for the last few days Wild Bill d Paulhner Chapel John M Tye of this place is work ing at El...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1905

itY 1 I J1 i1 n k MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE v 1 + j f r i 1 t E rr 1 c Knturcil Sound Choy Matter Friday February jptli 100 l at the Poatalttco at Barbourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 MOTTOs litvH Form Oou KiHKins Do TUB GKKATKST AMOUNT or Goon WE OAS TO THE LARGEST Nuxneit OFPKOPM j 7 = = = = F Terms r Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 31 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 7 r c COL BENT Returns from Extended Trip North I n IJrlght Outlook for Development New Capital Enters Field Col Francis P Bent who for several years past has been nile 0 of the foremost operators in the r Kentucky oil fields and who has accomplished a great deal tx ward the advancement of the of t i interests of this section arrive t < N the earlier part of the week from the North where ho has been fur several months past in the interest of the Held For the past six months ho has been in Detroit St Paul Chicago an > jNow York talking to capitalist jjfiv lA he now has a nu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1905

ITHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 7 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as Secondetnas Matter February 10th 1004 at tho Postofllco at Ilarbourvllle Ky under Act of otifrresa of March 3rd IBiD D WILL CLARK EDITOR ND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody e = The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connly 1Vhe Only Jfgwiijoajaor ZPublfahed In Knox County r REPUBLICAN N01HNEBS F For November Election J905 For County Judge Flora D Sampson Attorney W It Lay Clerk C C Smllh r Sheriff Dan II Williams Jailer 0 N lUicliarmn Suptof Schools lien E Parker Assessor O H Hnnitnons Surveyor1r F Wcstcrticld Coroner tHrum Ycnry FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Hichardion SECOND DISTRICT For Magistrate W H Hurtih Constable C II Pixmnn WHOSE MEMORY SHOULD KENTUCKY HONOR FROM LEXINGTON IIERALD In an editorial published a month or six weeks ago on the unveiling of the statue of Frances E Willard in the Hall of Statuary at Washington w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1905

= iot < < Paint Your House 1I0useI i With HAMMER PAINT sr I r g I Hammer Pafnt is not a MIXED MIXEDI PINT It is put up in buckets like 4 mixed paints but with eiuli gallon nt takes n gallon of PURE LI SEED fOIL which makes TWO GALLONS < pf mixed paint 11 hen you buy ready mixed pnint you have to rely on what others say about it having > pure linseed oid in it hilt with the jt OLD RELIABLE HAMMER PAINI f this is not the case you put the oil t in Hammer Paint yourself and car beabsblutely sure that it is pure If matters not how good paint materials arc if the Oil is not the oi best it wont satisfactory Ham I mcr Paint is GUARANTEED TO fiNOT CRACK CHIP or PEEL OFF H FOR FIVE YEARS Hammer Paint i lIt cost any more than ordinary mixed paints The reason for this is easily explained when you consider rV the fact that in buying Two GAL t IONS vou only have to PAY for one X BUCKET LINSEED OIL is much S 1 thcnper in barrels than in buckets S If you intend to use any paint it will ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 March 1905

S r CORRESPONDENCE Ni7Ola Ola Ky Dear Editor and readers I beg your pardon for my absence last I week weekThe t The Sunday school at Whites burg t is progressing nicely with quite a large number enrolled Mr Grant Staddard is confined to IMr with the grip Miss Liza Craft who has been visiting her mother Ritter Craft at Craftsville for several days returned home Monday The D I Vermillion residence on the Dud farm is progressing rapidly and when completed it will be an elegant building aud one which the people of Whitesburg should be proud to have in their midst On last Tuesday night the wed r ding of Mr Elijah Lucas and Miss f Maggie Holcomb was quitely sol r emnized at the brides home Both the contracting paries have a large circle of friends in this county where they have resided for the past year k J After a short wedding trip Mr and Mrs Lucas will go to housekeeping L in Letcher StoreP E Mrs John Gibson of near Hopper y visited her sister Mrs Emma Willis last week Thomas Hopper an...

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