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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 August 1905

rU j f 1 irtr4 c 1rfZ T > t 1 D 3r t hj Spot Cash prices af POLES Crescent flour per sack 75 z Crescent flour per bbl6 U U Diploma flour per sack7 Diploma flour per bbl3 O p t White Fawn flour per sack 70 Family Favorite Hour per sack 60 Dry salt meat per lb lUc by side 09 Compound lard 10c by can 09 Lcaf lard lie by can 10 Finest leaf lard 12Vfcc by can 11 Midium size table glasses per set 10 Large jelly glnsseg with lids per doz 25 Best white rubbers 6 doz for 25 PXtra caps for Masons jars per doz 25 All sizes horse and mule shoes except 4s 6 shoes for 25 Beaver horse nailsbetter than Putnam per lb 15 No 0 steel traps 10 No 1 steel traps 15 No 1V6 steel traps 20 No2 steel traps 25 Wire nails 3c per keg 265 Galvanized barb wire 290 Galvanized smooth wire 265 Bread pans 9x14 inches10 Bread pans 10x15 inches 15 Bread pans 12x17 inches 20 il Galvanized water buckets 10 15 quarts 20 Mrs Potts sad irons per set 100 Tin dish pans 10 qt 10 f Tin dish pans 14 qt 15 Tin dish pans 17 qt 2...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 18 August 1905

I PARKER PARKER r We are closing out the foil owing articles at the prices mentioned Firstclass Lard at He Country Hams Extra 15 T Fine Country Side 1Icat12Y2 I Shipped Mcats fJ 10 I Extra Heavy Wagon ChainsGO Mule Shoes corks turncd05 y 1 Wire Nails 2Y Collar Pads 25 Good Horse Collnrs90 Coal Oil 1TV Two good Pine buckets25 Extra long well buckets 45 Crosscut saw handles per pair If Three peck Feed baskets40 6 cakes soap25 Galvanized Water buckets 15 White Lead per poundOi PARKER PAl ICER i i CORRESPONDENCE t 131 io t Jarvis Store Mr and Mrs Ym Lawson arc both on the sick list this week Lloyd Dozier who has been on the sick list for some time is somewhat better at this writing James Gilbert of Barbourville vis iteU Thomas Jones of near Crane i Nest Saturday and Sunda Fayette Jones was home from Vil ton Sunday Win Dozier who has been in Bel county for some time spent a few days last week with homcfolks Miss Mattie Jarvis has gone to Tennessee to spend a few weeks with her sister Mrs...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 August 1905

k 1 1 V ifAt lrf i 11 fH1If 1F7Cs F + i 1 0 > > fm I hi j A I MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entered ns 9econd Class Matter Friday February 10th 1001 at the Instolllco tit Hitrbourvlllc KhOX County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 MOTTO LIVE Foil Oon FUIBNHS Ho Till GHBATKST AMOUNT OP Goon WK PAN TO THE LA no HUT NUWIIKH OP PEOPLE = Terms i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 28 fir MAYOR EC COLE falls Peacefully to Rest After a Short Illness e His Death a Great Shock To The entire Community y Last Tuesday morning the An gel of Death invaded the ho e ot ono of our citys most respect od citizens and with the sickle of death severed the chord of life of our citys beloved Mayor I Hon H C Cole Mr Vole had been in failing y health for some time and on I Ashevillev N 0 where ho spout a month resting up after which he re turned home feeling very much built up in health but he was never again able to enter actively into his work us traveli...

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 August 1905

J > > i 1 t t j 1 t t < < ii t L H THE MOUNTAIN A ADVOCATE i ff Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 1 l W Entered ns Second Class Matter February 10th 11KU at tho Fostofllco at IlarbourvJIIc K j under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1JS7V I D WILL CLARKoEDITOR ND PUBLISHER 1 Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody C 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicnto wltb this office bv phone Ring up Central and ask thorn for number you will then be connected direct with this oillco if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service El The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty I i TJhe Only Jfowapaper Published in Xnox County t Ii REPUBLICAN NODINEES For November Election 1905 Kpr County Jtnl o Flam D Sunipsun Attorney WK Lay rt dork C C Smith Sheriff Dan HwiUinms Jailor Q X IHicliiiinin Suptof SohooU Bon B Parker r AfeeAr G H Hutnmons Surveyor W K Wttstortiolil Coronur H Irani Y mry HJ KST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith Cotutnb...

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 August 1905

JW < if tji i < f ft ii I 1t lt rt l t i 1 5 < > i t 7 I 2 i vSpowashpnWt VOLES f v 7 Crescent flour per sack 7 5 Crescent flour per bbl 600 J Diploma flour per sack7 5 Diploma flour per bbl60 Q White Fawn flour per sack 70 Family Favorite flour per sack to Dry salt meat per lb lOc by side 09 Compound lard lOc by can 09 Leaf lard lie by can 10 Finest leaf lard 12V c by can 11 Midium size table glasses per d set 10 Large jelly glasseg with lids per doz 25 Best white rubbers 6 doz for 2 5 Fxtra caps for Masons jars per doz 25 I All sizes horse and mule shoes except 4s 6 shoes for 25 Beaver horse nailsbetter than Putnam per Ib 15 No 0 steel traps 10 No1 steel traps 15 No 1t steel traps 20 No2 steel traps 25 Wire nails 3c per keg 265 Galvanized barb wire 290 0J Galvanized smooth wire 265 ro Bread pans 9x14 inches 10 Bread pans 10x15 inches 1 5 Bread pans 12x17 inches 20 Galvanized water buckets 10 15 h quarts 20 Mrs Potts sad irons per set 100 Dehance baking powder per lb 1 ...

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 August 1905

K fi fi CORRESPONDENCE i Lso 11 1 i Ola Ky There was a raise in Thornton creek Friday which swept away several f panel of fencing a Archie Jenkins has been seriously ill at his home near here Ison Haynes of Colly Ky has re turned from Bluefield Va where he has been for the past month Ise looks as gayly as ever George YV Jenkins of Vhttesburg has gone to Bristol Tenn to attend the business college at that place Willie Craft has returned from GIn morgan with goods He report that the roads are in bud condition Tncle Ise Haynes of Ermine died last Thursday Your correspondent is making C preparations to more to Whitssburg i t HORN PoeT t Scalt t Thomas Ilubbard and Thomas G ji Mammons moved their plncc of busi ness and also their residence since our last report The telephone we have talked so much about is now under headway The poles are nearly all set and the wire will be stretchedat once This Hamr i mond and Scalf to the residence of tt rims G Hammons W H Hubbard has moved from Flat Li...

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 September 1905

1 7T T f jiC Y kyj r r mro t E z MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entered aa SecondClass Matter Friday February 10th loot at tho PostolHuo at Darbourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 MOTTO LivE Fon Ouu lItrNJJRDo THE OKBATKUT AMOUNT OF GOOD WE CAN TO TUB LAIIOEST NUMBEK or PEOPLE f = Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1t 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 29 JLL I Dont Miss the 1 Fair Today Todayfe L See the Battle between the Red Men and Pale Faces on the Grounds at Noon Today It will be exciting and tJ interesting FREE to all who attend the Fair to = day This is the greandst attraction ever exeibited on the 4 > Knox County Fair Groundsp JUDGE MAIN r Returns From the South With Samples of fine = Minerals Gold Silver Copper Lead Zinc and Marble in Sam ples Now on Ex hibition r re returned r South and brought back with xj him sonic exceedingly fine sam fy ples of ore taken from undevel sped mines on the property he has control of in the South He ...

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 September 1905

I Sv lPt MiR < i 1j E i1 + L4Si e f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I l r Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 71 1 Entered ns Seeond Class Matter February loth loot at tbo Postofflco at IinrbourvJUe Ky unijor Act of Ingres or March end lSjl JD WILL J EDITOR PNO PUBLISHER t D < WILL CLARK w ot Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 1114 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with thin office by phone Icing up Central and ask them for number b1phone with this oillco if ou yon will thon bo connected direct you have The Camp pro and Telephone service n 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty I W tihe Only Tfowapapar iPublfahod in Knox County REPUBLICAN NOMINEES s For November Election J905 i for County Judge Flora D Sampson Attorney Wlt Lay 1 Clerk C C Smith v Sheriff Dan IL Williams Jailor G J Buchanan Suptof Schools Hen E Parker Assessor G II Hammons Surveyor W F Wosterflold Coroner tunics Yoary f FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Ale...

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 September 1905

I K f8 O qS eSlJP ra8 I < 1 hnrtcshoes cxcept4Y slfoi rte 25 1 i X mule shoes ept4s v for i 25 Beaver fioYse nails better than r Putnam 15 I tip Qcfinrice baking powder per can 10 chance Baking powder Vt can 05 4JJcst school crayon per box71 1 lfBrcaa pans 0x14 in 10 jl To 0 steel traps 10 o1 steel traps 15 gpflVfc steel traps 20 JJPr2 steel traps double springs 25 jSeSt shipstuff 100 Ibs sacks 12 fjcft country hay per bale 71 iJ B68t dirt nhovels 4 Mfiest all steel spades 50 Best coal shovels 65 pBest caster machine oil per gal 35 llTin muffin pans 8 moulds 10 I plmitation cut glass desert dishes i 1 per set 20 KQood kitchen forks Ji for OJ urge jelly glasses per doz 25 L HARNESS Stage breechina 7 8 1100 I pnnge breeching 1 in 211 Stage breeching 118 in325 Stage breeching 114 in 3 7c i Single hip strap Yankee breech If ing 1 il1315 Single hip strap Yankee breech ing 1 18 il1365 W Single hip strap Yankee breech f < ing 114 in4O r Double hip stiap Yankee breeeh M 0 ingl in i 37...

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 September 1905

L n M CORRESPONDENCE ttirlt It Mills tW A splendid revival has been in pro gress at the Baptist church at this z place during the past week and much good has been done Nineteen persons united with with the church and were baptized Sunday Mrs Rouhama Mills left last Fri day for an extended visit to relatives in the Blue Grass Mr Willis War 4ren her oest fellow was so takena back over her departure that he lost < his best Sunday hat a Miss Emily Potter of Slusher vis ited friends here pasto z weekJames James Gambrel made a business t trip to Knoxvile last week Trace Branch schoolhouse which is being extensively repaired will soon be completed and will add i much to the appearance of the place as well as to the comfort of students I s and teacher Taylors creek school is doing much to improve the appearance of the I place by leveling the yard and a gen 1 eral cleaning up inside and out f John Mills is erecting a nice resi dence which when completedwill will be a credit to the communi...

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 September 1905

L J i r p 1 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE > ifEntered as SecondClass Matter Friday February 19th 180J at tho PostoiHco at Barbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 MOTTO LIVE Foil OUR FHIKNJIH no TJIB GREATEST AXOUNT or GOOD WE HAN TO TnE LARGEST NUMUEH or PEOPLE Terms i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1905 Second Year Vol2 No 30 4RID MEN J I Captured Knox County folr Association Last Friday and Carried Away All the Honors Perhaps the largest crowd that ever assembled on the last day of the Knox County Fair was on the grounds last Friday to wit ness the play put on by Tchopi toulas Tribe No ill of Bar bourville assisted by Kenton Tribe No 89 of Art imus and i Idaho Tribe No 01 of Four Mile also Four Mile Council No8 of the Daughters of Poca > hontas from Four Mile who so ably assisted in performing the playShortly Shortly afternoon when every thing was in readiness the play was begun as outlined in last q weeks issue of the Advocate a...

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 September 1905

1 itf A 4 < t THE MOUNTAIN AVOCATE 1 ir i Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 1Published Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th 1001 at tho Postoffleo at Uarbourvllle Ky undor Act of on gross of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ftd f t Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody I 114 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this olllco by phono Ring up Central and ask thorn for number you will then bo connected direct with this oillco if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service n 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty Tihe Only ffewapapor Published in Knox County REPUBLICAN NOMINEES For November Election J905 SampsonI I SS Attornoy W 11 Lay 5 Clerk C C Smllh Sheriff Dan H Williams Jailor Q N Uuctmnnn Suptof Schools lien E Iurkor to Assessor G H Haramons Surveyor W F Westorlleld Coroner Hiram Ycary FIRST DISTRICT For Magistrate Alex M Smith So Constable T 31 Richardson SECOND DISTRICT D1STHICTW W H B...

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 September 1905

It fit it krirtkI j tfj + j < i it t 1 r tTraSh prices id COLES = > 6 if6r shoes except 4s for25 x tI > i a mule shoes except 4s for25 t E 1 laver horse nails better than Jt Putnam 15 ifi iDcfinnee baking powder per can 10 1qDefiance Defiance baking powder Vfc can 05 jfibst school crayon per box 7V6 r Bread pans 0x14 in 10 No 0 steel traps 10 No 1 steel traps 15 t No 1V steel traps 20 20I t No2 steel traps double springs 25 e Best shipstuflf 100 Ibs sacKsl25 S Best country hay per bale 75 Best dirt shovels 45 f Best all steel spades 50 i Best coal shovels 65 jl Best caster machine oil per gal 35 10F S F Imitation cut glass desert dishes per set 20 f Good kitchen forks 2 for 05 Large jelly glasses per doz 25 HARNESS Stage breeching 7 8 in250 Snnge breeching 1 in 275 Stage breeching 118 in325 Stage breeching 114 in 375 m Single hip strap Yankee breech ing 1 in315 Single hip strap Yankee breech ing 118 in365 Single hip strap Yankee breech ing 114 in40J Double hip stiap Yankee ...

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 September 1905

l r Ij I k tMESMDE J un7 r Fodder pulling Cannon has begun A good many people are sick in this neighborhood Frank Hammons who was thought I to be improving hud a relapse and a doctor was called in Miss Lizzie Hughes is very bad off with dropsy and is not expected to live many days Ben Burnett lost his little girl baby aged 17 months and eight days It will be badly missed as it left a twin brother Vjn Jones and family visited Mr t and Mrs N B Jones last Sunday Will says everything went off all right at the fair Mrs Dorn Valentine and her three children are visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Valentine this week S L McDonald and wife paid his father and mother Mr and Mrs James McDonald a visit last Sun day before they returned home to Pinevillc They left their little son ISlbert Qtto to attend school at Sinking Valley Mr S A D Jones paid his parents a short visit and took in two days at the fair Steve says he is getting along very well with his school and I is having the best attendance that ha...

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 September 1905

It h y < 1 < t r ft 1 1I u S ti r I MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entered R8 Second Class Matter l rlday l ebrunrv 10th loot at the Postolllce Ilt Darbourvlllo Knox County Ky under Ad of Congress of March 3rd18i0 MOTTO LIVE Foil OUR FHIENDS Ho TUB GREATEST AMOUNT OF GOOD WE ClAN TO TUB LARGEST NUXBKR or PEOPLE Terms i Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 31 y ROUSING Railroad Meeting Held at B Jellico Tennessee Last I c Tuesday Night Enthusiasm Uncorked and Speech Making Was Indulged In ft NexT MEETING TO BE HELD at CORBIN fV A delegation of a dozen or more from Barbourville left last Tuesday to attend the railroad cMueeting in Jellico Tenn to dis t cuss further the proposition of > the proposed Jellico Barbour I yjille and Beattyville railroad pjft Our delegation was met at the flfdepbt in Jellico by a committee feiSf the leading citizens and es pcbrted to Glanmorgan Hotel Sjwiiere our delegation were fed and after which the meeting w...

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 September 1905

f 1if I Y C < 0 rtr NOUNTAIN ADVOC A 1 C r Published Every Friday at Barbourvl11e Kentucky Entored as SecondClass Matter February 19th loot at the 1ostoffico at DarbourJ11e Ky j undor Act or Congress or March 3rd l8i9 D WILL CLARK MMEDITOR pND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 1 4 f Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office bv 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 irNoi2 Daily IIdllIA NUIIIIIU I IA Hil 14 yV l The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty Una Only Tfowapapar Published In Knox County REPUBLICAN NOIMNEES For November Election J905 For County JUdge Flora D Sampson a Attorney W H Lay Clerk C C Smllh Sheriff Dan H Williams Jailor G N Buchanan Supt of Schools Hen E Parker Assessor O H Hammons Surveyor W F Westorflcld Coroner Hiram Yoary i FIRST DISTHICT i YForMagistrate Alex M Smith Smltbi5 t SECOND ...

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 September 1905

x + ° t 1 jq 1 Y 1ords fr prittiff O 0LE8 J ewer pots 5 incliesU Qi i flower pots G inches IV 1 Flouir rots 7 incl es 10 JloW > Eluti VIULS 8 nches lr fJFlower pots 12 inches < i 3I I t 3lower pots 14 inches 5 v yO J gallons extra fine st ner bj varetn all sizes of churnI E jarspitchers and chambers Pat lOc per gallon jv crinipiron roofming per sq 250 Standard scam roofing per square 250 lf rr Elastic roof paint guaran Tttccd five years per gallon GO Lest salt 2 bn sack 00 v Jest salt 2Vs bu sack 70 i 1 Best salt 3 bu sack1 80 i airy salt 5 lb bags 05 i ijfttrb wire per 100 Ihs 290 jt Smooth wire per 100 Ibs 205 c Wire nails 3 Cper keg 2G5 J xt Grate baskets mid jams per rIjJj pound 05 4 Grates complete 1G inches 200 GrdleR complete IS inches 225 r tlprates complete 20 inches 2 GO f j ver Johnson 32 inch shot i > guns > 00 ° Harrington Richardson 33 i x < inch shotguns 400 > Stevens 32 inch shotguns 400 i Essex 32 inch shotguns 425 r All of these guns are guarun gu...

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 September 1905

7r + c roo hMASONIC RESOLUTIONS r 4r Whereas God in his infinite wis dom has seen fit to call from our a midst our esteemed friend and bro ther Henry C Cole tram his home on earth to that Celestial Lodge of perfection and whereas Mountain Lodge No 187 has lost one of its most zealous untiring and devoted members to the principals and teach Mngs ot Free Masonry i therefore be 3 it Resolved That in his death the Craft and Mountain Lodge has lost a faithful member his wife and daughter a loving husband and fa ther therResolved L Resolved That this Lodge extend to the bereaved family the de ceased brother our profound sympa thy in this their hour of grief and I we would commend them to God i who is ever ready to comfort and I protect those who call upon his i name Resolved That these resolutions be spread at large upon the records J of Mountain Lodge Xo 1ST a copy furnished to the widow and that they be sent to the Masonic Home Journal for publication and also to the Mountain Advocate J...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 September 1905

4 M jT h 1 W Yt Yv lI ff 0 t fjI of h rf AI r pNi1 Y MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE S I t i i Entered nsSccondC1nS8 Matter Friday February 10th 1001 nt the Posoolllco at arbourvUlc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of larch 3rd IBi9 k7 i p I MOTTOIdVE Fan Oun FIIIENnaDO TilE OnEATPIT AMOUNT OJ OOOD WE JAN TO TilE LARGEST NUMa or PEOPLE Terms 1 Per Year In Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1905 Second Year Volt 2 No 32 rr per ANOTHER r Important Meeting concern ing New Railroad at Corbin Tuesday SpeechMaklno Dispensed With and Ii nil Settle Down to Business IDIRCCTORS OP COMPANY SELECTED The Jellico Barbourville and Beattyville railroad meeting was called to order at 1 oclock in the sample room of the Corbin Hotel last Tuesday afternoon by Mr R B Baird of Jellico and t Tudge S B Dishman was chosen us chairman of the meeting in the absence of Dr Newman who has uCted as chairman of the meetings from the beginning D l1 W Clark was selected as secre tary after which the business 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. — 22 September 1905

j 7 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t I Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky i Entorcd as SecondClass Matter February 10th lOOt at tho Postofflco at liarbourvHIc Ky 1870t D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Everybodya 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Control and ask them for number you will then be connected direct with this ofllco if you youImvo I OO I OOI ItJ O i1O I Lv Frankfurt Ar A1IA1 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty F TTAo Only 9 uw paper ublahod in Knox County REPUBLICAN NOIMNEES For November Election J905 For County Judge Float D Sampson Attorney W H Lay Clerk C C Smllh Sheriff Dan H Williams Jailor G N Uuchunun V Suptof Schools Hen E Parker Assessor G H Hurnnions Surveyor W V Wcsterneld Coroner Hiram Teary FIRST DISTRICT tJor Magistrate Alex M Smith Constable T M Hlohnrtlson SECOND DISTRICT DISTRICTW I fxw H Huroh Constable C II Plxnwn AWAKEN oh ye citizens of Knox county fortune is now knocki...

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