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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 November 1905

t RRESPONDCEi t oooocooooooooooooooooooooo t f Knox Porh t r > fpeal Editor Here comes > Martha uguin i i f Mack Stanberry Vlio is at tending school ut Barbourville visited homefolks Saturday and Sunday All the school teachers in this neck o the woods were in Bur bourvillo Saturday as it was payday with them Mr Jefferson Tuttlo and wife visited Mr and Mrs Green Dan iel Sunday SundayMrs Mrs E IT Burnett visited her daughter at Wilton Sunday The school at this place has a i vary slim attendance at present The holiness people of North Jellico are holding a series ofi meetings at the residence of Mr I Jess Anderson this week 1 Ike GStanberry vas a pleas ant caller on Miss Gertie Hum flect Sunday Mrs Peggie Wells of Straight creek visited friends in these parts last week Messrs John D Sttmberry and Bruce C Hmnileet vont to Lon don last Sunday to see their best girls Hurrah for the boys Thanksgiving will soon be here and the poor turkeys will live l hard We saw in last weeks issue o...

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 December 1905

F A t ri 1 rAvS Ik7 y yT c v > > I j iY t H FIOUNTAI ADVOCATE p Entered ns SoconclClnas flutter Friday February 10th tIIU tit tan IostoIlco rtt Hartuiurvlllc Knox County Ky uiiilor Aut of Congress of Muroli Inl J8l MOTTO LIVE Foil Oun FIIIENIM Do TUB OHKATKUT AMOUNT or < ooi > w K IAN TO TUG IAItOMIIT NUMIIEU OP PxoirK r 7 = = = C = = = = = = ILTerms 1 Per Year in Advance BAI BOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY 1 DECEHBER i t 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 42 d I i h Do You Wish to Buy or Sell A Farm Coal or Timber Land Stock of Merchandise Town property of any kind If sp call and see us and list with us what < ever property you may have for sale We are Agents for the Southern Real Estate Agency of Louisville also Emigration Agents for the Frisco and Rock t Island and Northern Pacific Railway Systems We have for sale Farms in Oklahoma Indian Territory if Texas Washington Oregon and the entire Northwest 1 Beautiful Building Lots in Lawton Oklahoma and other ti growing Western towns 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. — 1 December 1905

l i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE M i liiPubUshed Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I J Entered as SccondClttss Mnttor February 10th lOQt ntithe 1ostofflco at UnrbourvJllc Ky under Act or engross or Mare 2 3rd 18T9 S > It J > 1DIWILL CLARK EDITOR tgWILl AND PUBLISHER 1J S i wV Subscription Rates 100 per veer in advance to Everybody 1 4 f > Tstho nuinbor for those dnslriripr to conuininloato with this office bv phono lUng up Contra and ask thorn for number you will then bo connected tliroot with this oHlco if you youImvo I VLotrrpham troaa ua I THEIt f fo I GaEAT I REVIVO RESTORES Vii ALlTY 14 S T The Official Organ of the Republican Party in nox County I lilze Only 9etvffjaajor ffu6traioct tn Jfnox County I THE BIG FOUR DEAL OUT A LARGE BATCH OF JUICY PLUMS Last Week Hon John W Yerkcs K P Ernst bngressinen Dennett I and Edwards the Ilig Four from 1Kentucky got their heads together in Washington and after going over the ground decided upon the follow ing appointments and made th...

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 December 1905

Uifis mfisjPj rs l tr 1 J J 9icJ ChrlstmasPresents j rf1f V l Did you hear me Christmas Ares eiite at Coles for the old young f tfi tt middle aged good lookingugly jV ± grandfather grandmother unclet Bunt ueice neplievcoit8in and sweet U nrt fJ Dont t forget the place if you want jtjlje nicest and prettiest and the cheaj V Prices will suit you If you Sbubt uoubt it a look wont cost anything Irjuive the finest and best selectee kite of China that has ever been in JiJarboutville This is the decision 01 hose who have looked it over V i now have a 5 10 and 2i cent counter If you overlook these lines you will miss some of the great Lest bargains to be hadany where 1 W lnjve a large line of Rogers Silver liyVare and lower prices than ever IjUeloreK K v These goods are now on sale and dire selling fast II you desire best J lvalues and designs dont wait until J tliey are gone but come and make selections while you can get what itt uu want You will be surprised at the amount we have already ...

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 December 1905

u J r I XXXXXXX OOOOOOOOO XX 0 V j V R CORRESPONDENCE OOOOOO < XX > < KXXXX > OO < XKKXXK > O < y Jarvis Store Miss Mattie Jarvis visited Misses Lizzie and Emma Morris Sunday Joseph Dizney of Goose creek was the guest of his son Thomas last Sunday i SundayCharles Charles Wilson has his mill tip and is ready for sawing James Jones of Goose creek passed hisI Y way to Grays to visit relatives John Beatty Henry Lawson and Jim Dizney Have theircorn gathering completed and have entered the briar I Held to gather rabbits They killed I eight Saturday afternoon James Lawsonsnys think he thinks he is a nice young ninn and has tried to finda young girl to corres pond with and the boys wont let him alone He has nt last found a nice widow and if Thomas Dizney will just let him alone he will have I good success but Tom dont want the young men to correspi ml with the widow I Miss Lulie Huwn of Hopper is visiting her father M W Hnwn near Jarvis Store this week Miss Stella Uizne...

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 December 1905

+ 4 1 MOUNTAIN IVDVOCATE J iI fl fi Kntorcd ns FeenllI Class Mnttur Friday Kobrmiry 10th lilll at the PoiUitHcu ut iliirbourvlllc Knox County Ky Muter Act or Congress of Mnroli 3r l IBilljfl f I n + 1 MOTTO LIVE Knit Ouu FItuNT14no TUB OHKATKHT AxouNTior noon WK OAK TO TifF LAKOIMT NUMHKU OK InoiiK = c = = C = = = = n J = n = Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 43 6 WID Do You Wish to Buy or Sell A Farm Coal or Timber Land Stock of Merchandise Town property of any kindi 4yIf so call and see us and list with us what ever property you may have for sale Wo are Agents for the Southern Heal Estate Agency of r Louisville also Emigration Agents for the Frisco and Hock Island and Northern Pacific Railway Systems We have for sale Farms in Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas Washington Oregon and the entire Northwest tj Beautiful Building Lots in Lawton Oklahoma and other irowhu Western towns at great bargains If you are thinking of going ...

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 December 1905

HFHC MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I t PubMMd Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky I r I Entered M SecondClpai Matter February 19th 1004 at tho Pontoflicu ut Uurbourvlllc Ky J < > under Act of Congress of March Sal 1870 001 1810EDITOR i D WILL CLARK EDITOR 1No PUBLISHER µ r Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14c la the number for those dosiring to communicnto with this office by phone King up Central and ask thorn for number you will then bo connected direct with this ofllco if you youhave THEr eg ITHE GBEAT El The Official Organ of the Republican Party in nox Lonnty The Only Tfowapaptr ZPubltahed in JFfnox County Another Paper Protests Under the above heading the Louisville Herald the recog nized State Organ of the Republican party reproduced an article from this paper of lasJD weec and commented upon it as follows Everything may be in the eyes of the bosses lovely in Kentucky Republican politics but the truth is that never in < the party history was therp deeper...

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 December 1905

Jl fi5f4 0 i ZfJ81iJ1Cash ices at COLfs Competition knocked out For r spot cash you can buy nt the folio w I Pti ft S k i 13 Ifs r WJ1 IhugLr fnr100 C Ito light hrown C lIglll for l1 O w a bht Crescent nondi hngs 520 but Town Talk flour in hays 520 ii fijpbl White Pawn flour in hng s 480 LJoxcs Diamond axle grease 10 II1S boxes Mica nxlc grease 25 JHiVstelnss shotguns 32 itches 4 00 h l Stevens Favorite Rifles 500 r < lb qt gal water buckets 15 12 qt gal water buckets 20 Galvanized barb wire per 100 ji pounds 200 Galvanized smooth wire per 100 2 65 w 11 ire nails per keg 2 65 f 3 dozgood quality clothes pins 05 10 qt tin lishpnns 10 n qt galvanized dippers 10 j pcks 2 Ib rolled oats 25 Choice evaporated IeachcSr 12Vt v21b table peaches 10 l Aj jSlb pie peaches 10 fj B Ib table peaches 15 yii Arable salt 5 Ib bags 05 i + Bcst imp pineapple chunks 15 Defiance baking powder 1 lb 10 can1 t VKV > Defiance baking powdsrVfc Ib 05 I now have on sale the most coin I plete and finest li...

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 December 1905

f f XXXXKKXXXXHXXKKXKKXXO CORRESPONDENCE < > oOOooooooooo < xxx > oooo < I < Baileys Switch Rev Frank Pm Sit of Pincville1 prenched here Sunday 1 > < Mr Garretl Taylor of Fermlale visited friends and relatives at this I place last w6ek I Dorn to the wife of John Beatty a fine boy Mr Lymnn Bunjntnin of Barbour vile was up this week fixing the telephone wires Miss Harriett Simpson of Grays vas at home Saturday anti Sunday Misses Alice and Lucy Parsons of Cranes Nest were guests of Miss 1 Mary Taylor Saturday and Sunday The Death Angel visited the hme of Matt Gibson last Monday morn in taking his beloved wile She leaves a husband two little children 1 and a host of friends to mourn her loss MARY Senlf u Titos G Hnnttnnns has been sick for more than n week but is improv big IngThomas Thomas and Marshall Hubbanl have been rabbit hunting during the Best week and report ba 1 luck i n theysay rabbits are whiter than r usual This is because they only see i the white e...

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 December 1905

rMrF 7fr7f I N > P C JiS PFf lc r J p C t i r THE 1 u fA f 1 ADVOCATE t J > Entered ns SecondClass Matter Friday February Wth IMt nt the Postofflcoht narbourylllo Knox County Ky under Act or Congress of March aryl 1871 j 1 MOTTOLivK Foil OOH FuiKNDRDo TUB QIIBATKHT AMOUNT OP Goon WK HAN TO TIIK IMKOKHT NUMBER or PKOPIE 1 = = = = = = 7 = c C = J Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKYFRIDAY DECEMBER 15 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 44 o t Do You Wish to Buy or Sell A Farm Coal or Timber Land Stock of Merchandise Town property of any kind If so call and see us and list with us what ever property you may have for sale j We are Agents for the Southern Real Estate Agency ot Louisville also Emigration Agents for the Frisco and Rock Island and Northern Pacific Railway Systems f r We have for sale Farms in Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas Washington Oregon and the entire Northwest Beautiful Building Lots in Lawton Oklahoma and other + t growing Western towns at great bargains If ...

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 December 1905

n tr = t h < tt i 111e MOUNTAIN f ADVOCATE tt 1 F f + Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 1cEntored M SecondClass Matter February 19th loot at tho Poatofflco tit llurbourvllle Ky under Act of ronjrress of March Did 1870 e Do WILL CLARK r JEDITOR ONo PUBLISHER Subscription Rates t06 per venr in advance to Everybody Ij = 14f Is Mia nutabor for thoe desiring to cointnmilqMo with this ofllco by phone Kinp up Contra and ask them for number you Will then be connected direct with this olHQOt if you youlive 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in nox Connty t Too Only Jfewapapa ZPubliahed tn Knox County GOEBEL AND THE HALL OF FAME I r From Lexington Sunday Ie derl AN effort is being made bv the friends oi the late Senator Ooebel to consign Kentuckys name to infamy by having the statue of the murdered politician placed in the ha 11of fame as one of Kentuckys exhibits The movement started in Frank fort where his friends are numerous and where perhaps more than any t ot...

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 December 1905

f d fS p otash rites at COLES i 1 gg1 Competition knocked out For follows pifi r prices at COLES lBibs granulated sugar forlOO POlbsJiglit brown sugar for 100 sJlbl Crescent flour in hags 52 rflflT f nillotvn Talk flour in hags 520 flij White Fawn flourin bags 481 3jj6 > ces Dinmond axle grease 10 3Jbpxe Mien axle grease 25 QPirstrclass shotguns 32 inches 4 00 iStevens Favorite Rifles 5 00 itpqf gnl water buckets Hi 12 qt gal water buckets 20 Galvanized barb wire per 100 v pounds > v j 290 p Galvanized smooth wire per 100 2 GE 05i y3 dpzgood quality clothes pins Of 1 y y tl qt tin dishpansr 1 > 1 qt galvanized dippers it P3 pcks 2 Ib rolled oats 25 Choke evaporated peaches 12i r S2lb table peaches 10 3 Ibvpie peaches 10 lyil Ibjtable peaches IE IJ f Table salt 5 Ib bags 05 Best inil t pinenpple chunks 15 Iefiance baking powder 1 Ib I can 10 Definite baking powder Vs Ib 05 Inpw have on sale the most com Llete and finest line of fine china in p all the latest patterns that ha...

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 December 1905

tr 6 XXK OOOOOOOOCXXXX K 0 OOOv r CORRESPOMCEJ 6OCCXXXXXKKX3OOOOOOOOOOOOOO j J Knox Pork 1 t1 J Santa Claus will soon be clue 1 President J W Easley from Mar bourville visited this place last Sat urdtiv and Sunday and preached one I ot the most interesting sermons as l wejever listened tllWe very gladly t invite Bro Ei dev back again 1 Mr and Mrs Green Dnniel pentJ iS Stnuberry AHie Burnett spent Sunday with hmnefolks Miss Lillie HtltOn and brother t Jess spent Sunilfiy vfth Iriends near t runes Nest v Corn Suuiberry spent Thnnksgiv ing with her brother John D at Wilton i I WiltonM ihtclc Stanberry who Is ntuuding school At Bitrboiirvilkvi > Ued homo folk Saturday mid umlny f Grover Humflevt went to Bnrliour 5rile SHtMrdny on business The schaol nt Mt Olivet is pn grossing nicely with Miss Arric Sparks AS t Hchfcr 111c Green is with homtfolks again this week MARTHA a scarf I i Chritnms will soon be here 1 R Here rooter Dry Gourd jnin with v his gab stuck in the news ol the past w...

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 December 1905

a k P l3iI n ° it 7 1f 1 t 7if fr 1fi wr III 1 ItfIIY E liiMt 4 c II cE 0 fl II7t l rr h t tJ t ti < r < I W t i f > I tr THE MOUNTAIN 4 9 ADVOCATE V Ii T HiitOriMl us SocomlOlaK Mnttor Friday Kobruurv loth 11m nt tho Postolllpg itn rbourvIllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congross 2t Maroji8nl1871i t Il MOTTOs IiiVK Koii Ouu KiuHvnfliDo TIIBOIIKATUST AMOIWT OF Oooi WK OA 1 TO TIIK LAIIOIIHT Nuunmt OK PjBoitE I t + = = = = c z r Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 Second Year V7ol is No 45 tf p FALSE ti Are Statements Sent Out Rel J l I lt olive to Existing Conditions t Here Calculated to Injure fa Knox Countys Fair Nome yNcithcr I Neither Court or Grand Jury in Any ft i Danger and no Threats Made so > Par as we Can Learn 1There has for some time al U least boon a disposition upon ii the part of the press of the State vto cast a shadow upon the fair 1 i name of the mountains and brand resii i donee among the towering lulls fcluf our St...

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 December 1905

r THE MOUNTAIN ADVUtAl Ls I Published very Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered M SecondClass Matter February 10th loot at the PoNtolHco at Iturbourvlllc Ky under Act or rXmjrrcsa of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLARK ooEDITOR AND PUBLISHER Ai lJ I Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody yy 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Contra and ask them for number you will then bo connected direct with this ollleu If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 The Official Organ of the Republican Party in nox tonnty 9 F 7ho Oniy yfawapapor ublfahad in nox County WHAT NEXT v t s What next will be suggested is a t question that has been propounded to us more than once in regard to t the different improvements we have e 1 imposed and urged upon our citi 1 1Zeus Zeus to take hold of 1 We have suggested a number of s i nportant improvements that would I ujjii e a far better town of ours and f at tl e same time be a source of rev 1 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 December 1905

f SSw Wi v ftM5 < 1 = 1 4 > > 1 fI 10 > 1 V Iftj j < I A A4a y a j fl H sAiffi CLAUS AT < COLES r g smvjsors from 50c to250 Pocket knives from 5c to 100 Rogers 12 bwt silver knives anti forks per set 350 Koecrs 1S47 knives a nil forks 450 Rogers twelve bwt sllv6r tea spoons 4i50 JRpfecrs 12 byt tablespoons 250 Rogers 1847 teaspoons 175 I tigers 1847 tablespoons 30U r fme carving sets with steel 250 jjjGhilds solid gold rings reduced j < from 1 to 05 ftSplid gold rings from 125 to 500 Emblem pins from 25c to 125 ol OJxtra r fine parlor clocks 900 Butcher knives from 15c to 75 J Pocketbooks from 5e to 150 t Harps from 5c to 50 LJjVatches from 1 to GOO yiarm clocks from 75c to 150 Joys wagons 1 and 125 Waste baskets 40 1Joys photgtins 32 in best grade 4 00 Stevens Favorite rifles 500 t flooded shells or rivel 40 I Loaded shells heavy load 45 tr y yLoadcd smokeless GO Loaded shells jjchamber sets from 3 to 750 E Seedless raisins lib package 10 fc i Currants per pack...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 December 1905

I i Mr Lawrence teslof Cas > cy 0 county and Miss Amanda Hemp I iflJ hill dnugbter of A M IlcmphilJof this city were married last Tuesday night at the home of the brides bi other James Hemphill in this city Mr Wesley is a student in Union College and will graduate this year Miss Hempliill is a popular and at tractive young lady The Advocate extends congratu n dons IntionsRev Rev T B Strntton was among those who renewed his subscription this week and also takes advantage of the clubbing rate with the Louis ville Herald Dr Eusley has been absent a part ot this week in the eastern hurt of the State iu the interest of Union College W F Dozier renewed his subscrip tion for another year to the Advo < elite lust Monday L D Sampson of Chicago sent sl check last Monday for renewal to r F the Advocate on tire clubbing rate with the Louisville Herald A F C Moore is among the sub scribers who called this York and r renewed his subscription paying up arreiimses for which he has our > si...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 December 1905

tt r Y wr ew c i t t 4 KM i1 t yr x t I t THE t S MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i 5 5 4r Kntured ae SecondChins MtUtor Prlduy Kobruurv Mth 1901 ut the Poatolloo ftf RarbTirr Illo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March Jrd 187J 4 MOTTO Lrve Foil Own KUIRKDH Do TJIK OHK TKST AMpuirt 1u loon WK I AN TO TUB IAIIOKHT NOMIIEK OK Prose G Aii A Terms i Per Year in Advance BAt OURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 1905 Second Year Vol 2 No 46 MORE I i r I About Our Public School its i I Barbourville j IO the Editor i Having rend in a recent issiu the article entitled HA Bctto I t System of Public Schools Needs f j1l1 Our Town and faring thu jjP5 it might make a false imprs r sion on those who do not fully jJ > know the situation therefore fr < we some of the members of the ipfs present board desire to otler this jl us further comment on the sub cj c ffi > jeot P I I The editor is mistaken about > the Town Council levying the 1 V tax for the extension of the r School term and this is pr...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 December 1905

1 i THE MOUNTAIN OiULA t UUU u Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky ti 2 Entered as SecondClass Matter February 10th ItXM at the Iostotllco ut liurbourvlllc Ky y k under Act of ronKresB of March 3rd 180 qf J D WILL CLARK eDltCR AND PUBLISHER T Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance tb Everybody r 1 4 Is the number for those dpslrlnpr to comn11t1lh ito yvitb this oillco by phono Ring up Central and ask thorn for cumber you will tlion bo connected direct with this 011161 e if you youliavu 14 w The Official Organ of the Republican Party in nox Connty ITb e Only ffowapapcr ffv6liahad in Xnox County t Wu hope that the citizens of our I town will take tip the Graded School Question and ldiidwhat assistance ithe can to our Hoard of Education and assist them in establishing a graded school that will compare fn vorably with any town in the State We have a wide ntyalte progressive school board who want to do all I they can for the children of our town is evidenced by the good s...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 December 1905

Nt GLA i1slAico 4 fWIr F < w r T ft1 iazorts rom 50ttO 250 s c1ie t 1 tiiyes from ie to 100 iRigtrs 3 12 bwt silver knives and forks per set 350 jffir 1647 knivcs and forks 150 Rpj tnt weivr but silvertea l pclon 150 < Qg err l2 bVt tablespoons 250 111erh1S47 teaspoons r l7i Itflprs HH 7 tablespoons 300 Bine chewing sets with steel 25 J Glulds solid gold rings reduced f frbnr 1 to v G5 Uphd gold rings from 125 to 500 Eihhlem pins from 25c to 125 sine patlor clocks 550 fExtra fine parlor clocks Io6 SButdher knives from 15e to 75 fPocketbooks from 5e to 150 1Iarps from 5c to50 Watches frQIUl to G 00 < rr1T imcKS from IMC lu 150 > Boys wagons 1 and 125 r Waste baskets 4D I Shotguns 32 in best grade 4 00 I Stevens avorite rifles 500 leaded shells or rivelL 40 Loaded shells heavy load 45 S Loaded shells smokeless GO 750r r < S cclless raisins lib package 10 j jiCurrants per package 10 xf > r Uixed nuts per pound 20 If = Shelled almonds per pound 50 Fti1 mOlH I r per pou...

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