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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 July 1905

k + 7PRESS ASSOCIATION I 4 Mees at Crab Orchard f orIV i ° An nual Outing on I July 2431 Half k Rates Secured tor Members < The Kentucky Press Associa tion will hold its uiiiuiul outing this year at Grab Orchard Springs beginning on July 24th und lust J for a full week Oral Orchard is in Lincoln county on the Knoxville branch of the L N Ry 7H mills i north of Barbourville and 20 miles cast from Junction City Through Editor Woods of Rich illond half rates have been obtained br8 1 tained at the Springs for Editors and their families as long as they desire to remain the rate will be Y t only one dollar per day There Tuere S day night and a free hallo Wednesday night in honor of the 1 Association aa THIRD SSORY To be Added to the Administration Building of Union College rI 1 It is now an assured fact tint t the third story will be addad to the Administration building of 4 Union College which means that there will be more elaborate and thoroughtraining in the various departments than ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 July 1905

It 2RRES NDENG eScalf Theree was preaching at Salt Gum church last Sunday Bro Jack Dunn was over from r Mills Ky Sunday We were sorry to hear of the death Permealy Taylor of Mills Ky Thomas G Hammons will move to his farm very soon tMar hol Hubbard was up from Flat Lick Monday Mayhew Mills and Mat Hammous say they are courting down the way Thomas C Hammons will start his mill as soon as the loging com tlences cnccsLets Lets not forget the telephone line on Stinking Creek DRY GOARD r itnallcvs Switch r John L Dozier and wife were on SundaJit y1ft Mrs Millard Hibbard visited friends at Grays Sunday Garrard Taylor of Ferndale Bell county was here Sunday w We are havinga good Sunday school here now James Warren of Flat Lick was here this week calling on the Mer chants chantsSy Sy Linville was at Four Mille this week on business Your eorespondant was in Bell county last week on business I Miss Cletie McDonald of this place started for Barbourville last Friday 0 but did not stop at that p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 July 1905

sl i 1 S a z f + a f 4 o T J r I t u I i 1cM t f 4 fIn < = I J V1c l MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entered ns SecontlCInsa Matter Friday February 19th tOOl nt the PoitofHcc nt Hiirbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Ooiwroas of March flrd 187 T t 1 MOTTO LIVE Foil Ouu FIUENIW Do TUB GIIKATKST AMOUNT or GOOD WE OAN TO Till LAKOKOT NUMBEK or PKOPM rTer = Terms i Per Year In Advance s r BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 21 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 23 CALB POWERS POWERSOWN STORY Aa Sccrtby A Leading Minister of Lexington Ky BY JAMES W ZACIIARY seldom volunteer my praise of v atiy book or the cause it pleads but slhaving bffore me a copy of My Own Story by my persecuted friend Caleb Powers Kentuckys victim of pusillanimous Gocbclism I count it a pleasure and a duty to write this cnconium The volume of 490 neatly printed and nicely bound pnges published by the BobbsMcrrill Company In clianapolis Ind is a gem of literary excellence logic legal acumen and mechanical skill The book is well worth t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 July 1905

r jfi1I1E 110U NTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th iOOiat tho Fostoflico at llurbourvlUe Ky 1t L under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 J 1 1 l D WILL CLARK r EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 1 t 4 < Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody jJ jI 14 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office bY phone Ring up Central and ask them for number you will then be connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service i 14 4 The Official Organ of the Republican Party In Knox Connty liAo Only 7ow paper SPublfahod in Knox County REPUBLICAN NOIMNBES For November Election 1905 For County Judge t lem D Sampson Attorney W It Lay Clerk C C Smllh Sheriff Dan II Williams M Jailer G N Buchanan V Supt of Schools lien E Parker Assessor G II Hammons Surveyor W F Westorflold i Coroner Hiram Year 11i FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Itlchnnlson SECOND DISTHIC...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 July 1905

Sof Casha ice s a COLES 1rv salt meat 10c by the sidle t 09 Leaf lard lie by the can1 0 Compound lard lOc by the can 09 f Premium lard 12V6 by the can 11 Highest patent flour per sack 80 Highest patent Hour per bbl G5C lest second patent flour per sack 75 1nihily favorite flour per sack GC Jolted meal per sack 40c per perbushel 75 Uninitiated sugnr 07V4c per per1O01bs Ga 111 Light brown sugar GVe per j 100 pounds 06 Masons jars lJ gal per doz 85 i Masons jnrs 14 gal per doz 6F Mason s jars pints per doz GO Best white jar rubbers 1 doz to Package 05 Masons jar caps per doz 25 Best castor machine oil per gal 351 School crayon per box7z Preserving kettles IJc anclupc 10 quart tin dish pans 10 14 quart tin dis pans 15 17 quart tin dish pans 20 yU quart tin milk pans 10 k quart tin milk pans 05 1 3 quart tin preserving kettles 10 I food apple corers 05 tread pans 9 in x 14 in 10 4 quart tin lipped sauce puns with strong handles 10J 11 quart tin sauce pans with strong handles 05l Tin muff...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 July 1905

tll sme r I E I m111 ItM Jarvis Store Miss Mattie Jarvis was in Bar bourviile Friday T Mr Lawson Dizney + of Madison county and M G Dizney of Grays visited their brother Thomas on the way to their fathers Jos Dizney on Goose creek last week fohn Dozier was in Barbourviile Wednesday on business Henry Lawson returned home last A toa Woodbine Fayettc Dizuey went to Wilton < Sunday where he is engaged in the ° Foal business itt John Beatty was in Corbin Sun day tdayi i Mrs Eliza Parrott spent Wednes day with her daughter Mrs John + Beatty BeattyThomas Thomas Dizney is on the sick list this week Wm Dozier who has been in the t lumber business in Bell county for V some time spent Saturday and Sun day with homcfolks at this place fThc Death Angel visited the home V of R L Houndshcll Monday morn ing taking from them their darling baby but their loss is its eternal train W iJ t Scat f Our school opened up last Monday I a i with a very fine attendance of the little ones with W G Bart o as ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 July 1905

MOUNTAIN ADVOGVTE Enfcrccl 18 SeconllClnes Matter Friday February 19th1193I 1t tho Put 11110 at D3rbourlIc Knox County Ky under Act ot Congress of March aril 18W o MOTTO 7t vE FOIL Oon FUENDADo Till GltEATI lr U 1UNT or noon n YR JAN TO TIIK LAnoE T NUJCDlut or PImPLES Arj r S Terms 30 i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 28 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 24 n C 0 STEPS Being Taken to Secure An antiother Railroad for > BarbiirVille i c < r Enthusiastic o Mcctingof Citizens In n Conference With Delegation tl from Jellico Tennessee I vand Beattyillc < v East Thursday evening he first ti 1 steps were taken tending to lead gij t the establishment of a new Vi railroad along the route proposed t somemonths ago by the Advo Late between Tellico Tenn and oii Scatty ville Ky At the last meeting of the City Council a committee com t posed o f Judge S B Dishmaii r JrM Tinsley and D W Clark 4 < vas appointed to confer with a lilce committee from Beatty ville 7 Hunches r...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 July 1905

> f r 1 i 0 t r IEH CSHOUIOTIN h < Zwr M Y nIL 1 i 4tf < < d Published Every Friday 1t B rhpjirville Kentucky I Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th 1904 at 1 tho PoRtofllcoat Itarboufvillc Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 18T9 IDWILU CLARK EDITOR IIND PUBLISHER t Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 1 1c > I I c c 1 4 Istho number for those desiring to communicate with this office bvphono Ring up Central and ask them for number you will then bo connected direct with this office if you youhava L 14 t The Official Organ of the Republican Party inKnox Confttylot M Ttht Only Tfowapaper iPublfohed In Jfnox County REPUBLICAN N01MNBBS For November Election 1905 jFor County Judge Flom D Sampson JudgeAttorney Attorney if R Lay Clerk C C Smith Sheriff Dan II Williams c > > Jailer O N Buchanan E Suptof Schools Ben E Parker T Assessor O H + Hammons t > Surveyor tW FJVestorflold Y Coroner Hiram Yeury ilFIUST DISTRICT v For Magistrate Alex M...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 July 1905

II ifrl lrlf YM Q1TLE8 r 12fii Best ships tuff 80 Ibsi 95 Best bay per bale 75 L dk iJ17Y salt meat lOc by side 09 it Compound lard lOc by can 09 Leaf lard lie by can 10 11I IVyDirt shovels 45 jp Best coal shovels + j 65 t Spadet all steel 50 Grass blades and snathes 125 Best cant hooks 125 > Double slack breast chains per t pair 40 i Breast chains single slack 25 r r Trace chains 40c per pair to 85 4 Coil chains 38c per lb 6 Coil chain 12c per lbOG Axes from 6Qc each to 75 Boys axes with handles 50 Best school crayon per box 7Y1 IBest line of tablets at lowest 1I v prices r Galvanized water pails 10 qt 15 Galvanized water pails 12 qt 20 i1cI have a full line of saddlery and f harness at prices that will astonish y you I can save you from 50c to j t ffr y 2 per set on wagon harness and 1 < the same on saddles I am selling < 125 riding bridles for 90c and ft other bridles in proportion I dont charge for loaning so come and see jh J for yourselves I have now a good line of fi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 July 1905

1 j CORRESPONDENCE = oer f Sea If to V JYYehave had some heavy rain lr niid windstorms here of Intel < A Stirring bay preparing turnips and K enc ics is all the go now t A Noah Mills passed through here c rt last Saturday en route to Hammond ofhere could lie being going Noah knows his biz you bet I Nancy C Hammons visited her f parents Sunday v Nathanjohnson has been da a vii t it Lexington for the past week Vc guesss his getting pretty good cn cpurageincnt DRY Goiwi t Ola Ky We are having lots of rain in this neighborhood at the present time John Jenkins of Ermine visited your correspondent Friday return jug home Saturday The singing school on Colly is still progressing nicely with n large num ber in attendance Opens on Satur day at 2 oclock and Sunday morn ing at 9 oclock Everybody cordi ally invited to attend Horn Pout visited his bestgibrl last Sundt 1 on Colly v The school in district No 5 be g n last Monday with Miss Lidia J Wlilir ItS teacher This is her second term at thi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 August 1905

J i r 15 f r p f1f J J h il rp Jif J H < I i irvJ I MOUNTAIN f ADVOCATE Entered na SocondUlnss Matter Friday February 10th 1001 L at the fistvlico at Itarbourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Conjf ross of March 1rd1Hb MOTTO LIVE Foil OuuFiirKNiw Do THE OKKATMST AMOUNT T HOUNT OP Goon WK HAN TO TIIK LAHOBST NUMIIKH or TKOPIK A r 1 = = = c 7 fi Terms i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY = FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 2 5 W I 1 DEVELOPMENT Of the Mountain Section of Kentucky Very Flatter ing and Prospects M1 Favorable 4 The immediate development M of the commercial and industrial resources of Eastern Kentucky 4r Molt on a more promising aspect Tuesday by reason of the impor tation of a gang of fifty workmen and a number of civil engineers I all in the employ of the Cincin nati Hamilton and Dayton HajJ way Company for the purpose b of commencing the construction of a railway bridge across the Ohio river from Ashland Ky to Ironton Ohiorlhis is re r garded as the o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 4 August 1905

m li t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE if Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entored na SecondClass Matter February 10th 1004 at too Postofllco at Unrbourvillc Ry under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 t ° MMMMMEDITOR AND PUBLISHER D WILL CLARKM Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody i fiI 1 4 I Is the number for thoso desiring to communicate witb this office bv phone Bins up Central and ask them for number you will then be connected direct with this ofllco if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 > The Official Organ ot the Republican Party in Knox Connly I uno Only Tfowapaper Published in Knox County y a REPUBLICAN NOIMNBES tI For November Election J905 For County Judge Flcm D Sampson Attorney W It Lay Clerk O C Smith Sherltr Dan II Williams Jailer O N lluchanan Suptof Schools lion H Parker Assessor G H HammoiiB Surveyor W F Wostorflold 1 Coronor Hiram Your FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate AloxM Smith Constablo T M Richardson SECOND DISTRICT c For Magi...

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

i < Z rt1h1 r cesaNCO E S 1 Best ski p stuff 100 Ibs125 ° µ Best shipstuiT 80 lbs1 05 Best hay per bale 75 Dry salt meat 10c by side 00 0Hw 7 Leaf lard 11c by can 10 + Finest leaf lard 12V6c 1 by can 11 Dirt shovels 45 Best coal shovelsrrr rG Spades all steelrl 50 Grass blades and snathes 121 Best cant hooks 12i Double slack breast chains per pair 40 Breast chains single slack 25 Trace chains 40c per pair to 85 Coil chains 38c per Ib 6lA Coil chain l2c per Ib 06 L Axes from GOc each tor7f Boys axes with handles 50 Best school crayon per box IV Best line of tablets at lowest prices m Galvanized water pails 10 qt 1f Galvanized water pails 12 qt 2C I have a full line of saddlery and f harness at prices that will astonish you I can save you from 50c tc e2 per set on wagon harness ant the same on saddles I am selling S 125 riding bridles for DOe and other bridles in proportion I dont charge for looking so come and sec for yourselves I have now a good line of firstclass stoncwarcin chu...

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

fi 4 CORRESPONDENCE M sarN 1 i Ola Ky Willie the little son of Charles Haynes of near this place has the flux and is a precarious condition We are having a few hot days at the present A good gentle rain will not damage the farmers much If any one desires to subscribe for a valuable home paper send the it editor one dollar and get the Advo cate which is the most interesting interestingof of all r The most pleasing incident that has occurred for many years was the I marriage of Mr William flutes and Miss Susan Hranham of Camp Branch There was a large crowd present for which there was a sump tuous dinner set Mr and Mrs Bates will go to housekeeping in ttLetcher Heres much hopes to the couple that their lives may be a r happy one is the wish of the writer Elijah Adams of Stampers Branch Branchi thet king bt and F called on your corres p ondent for his Est I favored him with one A oneHOKN lions P < IT r h Cranes Nest NestV r = John Botner and Rufus jackson I Fof Vincent Owsley county ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 August 1905

s tJ 11 WJJftJ W1lf trlIi rKJa1 I 1 ffI iJIIfoJ f f k ii i I MOUNTAIN ADv0CAT t Entered as Sordininans Matter Friday Fobnmrv Mb IWl ut the Postrlloo lit Ulirlwurvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Con reM of March ltd ISTh r r MOTTO TIVK Foil Our FiuBvnDo Till OnnATUST AMOUNT OK Goon Wr TUx TO TUB LAHOBOT NUMIIBH OP Puorrti = = 1SB h + Termsi Per Year In Advance BAl BOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUQUST u905 Second Year VoIz No 26 I 4 + I = THE PEN PUSHERS AT CRAB ORCHARD v c t 1 SUNSET ON THE LAKE 3 THE LAWN 3 POINT LOOK OUT 4 WE ARE BIINQ TOOK S A BUNCH Or LIVE ONES a W8 ARC IT 1 The midsummer meeting of I thejKentucky Press Association h which was held this year at the > Crab Orchard Springs was one ° of the most enjoyable and on 5 of the most successful from a busi historyY I of the Association Heretofore has been the custom to spin round ore the country and as a result the real object of the r meetings the discussion of af fairs relating to the betterment of the press was to a grea...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 August 1905

JJV1c t t t MOUNAIN 1 ADVOCATE T i Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecoudClnss Matter February IQthlUOi nt tho 1ostolHco nt liurbourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of March Hnl 1879 If I I I II EDITOR AND PUBLISHER D WILL1 CLARK SubscriptionRates 100 per yenr in advance to I Everybody 1 f o t 14s 1 s the nuinbor for thoso desiring to cominunlcnto with this oHlcohv phono King up Central and ask thorn for nuinbor direct with this ofllco if YOtl you will then be connected you have The Camp Ground Telephone service The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty 1 TAB Only Jfewypapar Published in Jfnox County j REPUBLICAN NOIOTS ii For November Election 1905 For County JuJiw Plum D Siimiwon Attorney W It Lay e Clark 0 C Smllli ti t r Shorter DUll II Williams k x Tiilitjr 0 X Uuulmiwn emir jot 1 Suptof ohool lion E 1urkgr H Assessor VQ H llnmmuns c Surveyor W K Wustoritqltl t Coronor Hlmm Voory KlltST DISTRICT Kyr Magistrate Alex M Smithp t Ittohatrrls...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 August 1905

I S otRCa h riaes a GO > ES f Mw lt I f 4t lr Crescent flour pet sack 5I 75 Crescent flour per bbl GOO a Diploma flour per sack 75 ° Diploma flour per UbL60 o White Fawn flour per sack 70 AM Family Favorite flour per sack GO M Iry salt meat per Ib lOc bv 0c side 09 ompouncl lard loc by can OU Leaf lard lie by can 10 Finest leaf lard 12VC by can 11 7 Midium size table glasses per set 10 Large jelly glasseg with lids per doz 25 Best white rubbers G doz for 25 Fxtra caps for Masons jars per doz 25 All sizes horse and mule shoes except 4s G shoes for2 d r Beaver horse na ls better than Putnam per Ib 15 00 steel traps 10 No 1 steel tra1ts1 5 No 1 Va steel traps2 o No2 steel traps 25 J Wire nails 3c per keg26 5 Galvanized barb wire29 0 Galvanized smooth wire26 5 Bread pans 9x14 inchesl 0 ° Bread pans 10x15 inches 15 Bread pans 12x17 inches2 0 r Galvanized water buckets 10 quarts 15 Mrs Potts sad irons per set 100 Tin dish pans 10 qt 10 Tin dish pans 14 qt 15 Tin dish pan 17 qt 20 Galva...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 11 August 1905

J L t 1Pr > 1 l > 7 < t 1r 0 E L < co f f s ° r t RRESPOND NCi t r t H Scalf There was quite a crowd from this 5place attended court last Monday at > c f Barbourville Brice Mills and wife of Mills post loffice passed through here last week > to visit friends at Hammond l David Mills was here Saturday stirring the boys up with bench war rants rantsThomas Thomas G Hammons was in Bar bourville Monday The people were surprised to hear of the conviction of Levi Bargo to eighteen months imprisonment in ebthe the State penitentiary He was a good moral citizen and was not in fault of the trouble to which he was engrossed We all want him to have a new trial as the proof was somewhat packed against him fjiDRY GOUKU f l CIRCUIT COURT followingr < crises have been disposed of in the Cir cuit Court j George Logan and G B Mayo r charged with maliciously adminis tesing poison not guiltv c Vic Messer murder guilty four if years in the State penitentiary 9 Y Grant Murphy charged...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 August 1905

iIJ 4 n iX P Fr ii i I urn I i MOUNTAIN a ADVOCATE iw YJ St 1 y I Entered ns Seeoncl Class Matter Friday February loth tOOl at the Postoillcc at Ilarbourvillo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 r1 MOTTO LIVE Foil Ouu FiuuNiwPo THE GKKATKST AMOUNT or Goon WE CAN TOTIIR LAIIQEHT NUMHEU or PEOPLE Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 27 ° MORE About the Knox County N Coal Fields As Seen BV an Advocate Reporter x There are eleven important r coal mines in this county and the only two that are under tho direct control of Barbourvil capitalists are located in HElys Hollow one mile above Flat + Lick on the property of the El f Jellico Coal Company These mines are conducted by the a Hughes Jellico Coal Company S with Col AV R Hughes of this t place at the head and the Mathews thews Jellico Coal Company of I which Col John G Matthews is president and manager The Ely Jellico Coal Company l kis Composed largely of citiz...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 August 1905

1 t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE tt Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky hK K Entered us SecondClass Matter February 10th 1WH at the Postofflco at Barbourrillo Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd IBiD D WILL CLARK w EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 1 Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody i L i < 14Is Is Ute number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask them for number you will then be connected direct with this olllco If you youhave 14 A The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty 1 ttl TJho Only Jfowapapor Published in Xnox County J REPUBLICAN NODINEES For November Election 1905 For County Jmlgo Flora D Sampson L Attorney W H Lay h Clerk 0 C Smith Sheriff Dan H Williams Jailor G N liuolmnan s Supt of Sohools lion IL Parker Assessor 0 H Hammon t4 Surveyor W F WMterlloliK Coroner Hiram Your y FIRST DISTUICT For Magistrate Alox M Smith Constable T M Hlohardson SECOND DISTRICT DISTRICTW W H Huroh Constable C n Pi...

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