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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 December 1905

aQC44C d j Baileys Switch i James Martin and wife of Pine iin ville were visiting his mother Mrs Katherine Kender of this place last weekRevs Revs Joe and Frank Payne of Pineville held a meeting here last lastmeet week and we had an excellent meet K ing and every one had a fine time Eight or ten Conversions resulted y from the meeting W K Dozier ol this place is on the sick list this week and is cv j lowMrs Mrs Nannie Iocknrd of Pineville I r as the guest of her mother Mrs Mary E Phipps this week Born to the wife of Thomas Hop ti P per a tine girl G W Dizney of Grays was up 1and took Christmas with his father I Joseph Dizney near Girdler Mrs Laura Linville of this place is visiting relatives at Barbourville this place I J G Tyes schoolwill close todav 1 I All of the children regret it very much Miss Stella Dizney was the guest I of Mrs Katherine Kinder last Sat urday l1 Scalf A happy New Years greeting to the many readers of the Advocate Charley Sampson has been with us the past wee...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 January 1906

r SG p t + rysrr a M ar rysr ygwrN rPZ 1 r r a a vr k5 a a Mr e + tit wl + lY r y 3 rM j d ti j 5 s v J R 71 + It Ii r r ti + y SSA1 ptrlw r r y s t 1k 7 W 11e G Ir tqv t + i k fx THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE > rl y r1 ° + at jntorcd ne COOIIIIChI88 Iattcr Frlday JcIJrultry Illth 11JO nt tho Postollho nt IIlubnurvlllc Knox County Hq ardor dot or Congreae ot March 8d119iU fNh ratltrru LIVK Foit Oon IliiKNiw no TUB GIIKATKST AMOITNT or Oooi Wv nAN TO THE LAHOEST NUJIBEH or PKOIME Y = = = = 1 = = = = wr r = = = = r iHerhis r Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1906 Second Year Vol 2No 47 I t Hon ROBERT W COLE Mayor i AL w w b 1 M I CITY coimcn Met Lost Mondav Night and Elected Officers For if ° New Term J M Rohslon and W H McDonald V Cach Reelected Por a t W Third Term It t Last Monday night was the nebular monthly meeting of the iiy Council and the Mayor H0n Robert Cole and file fol Jfywing members of the Council pblocti were sworn into oflice F Gotincilmeii A W Hop...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 January 1906

i i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I 1 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecondClass Matter February Wh JttH nt tlin Postollioo nt IlurbourvHIc RIB 4uudor Act of engross ut Mtirch 3rd 1879 b WILL CLARK EDITOR PNo PUBLISHER toEverybodyr 14l Is tho number for those desiring tocomimtnicuto with this oillco bY phono Ring up Central and ask thQhi tor number you will then bo connected direct with this ollluo If you youhayOIho 14 r The Official Organ of the Republican Pay in nox Corinly The Only 7ewapaper ffu6lfahcd in Jfnox County I EVENING POST vs KNOX COUNTY After a few weeks rest the volcano is nghin in active eruption in Louis ville and little Dickey Knott the self important pious editor that he is has taken occasion to hul forth j more than n column of his wrath at the Mountain Advocate for publish I ingplain unvarnished facts relative to the actions of the recent grand jury of Knox county and also of the part the court played in the matter He says The Advocate follow...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 January 1906

acei This Space ryi to R i who is now 1 Invoicing his Stock it Watch for t iJ BARGAINSryf ryf J ryfi next aa week i I r PERSONALS i WafAA V I t < Miss Louise Sampson of Ucrtlin Hva the guest of friends here this Aveeek 1 Miss Gertrude Logan of Pincville was the guest of Miss Mayo Tins Icy Sunday Cant rl D Moore was in town the arlier part of the week on his way from northern points to his home in Virginia f Rev John B Hudson of the class I h of98p who has been ftastor of I j the Central Presbyterian church of Galveston for the past two years t has been called to the pastorate of t the First Presbyterian church of Victoria Texas In vIew of the fact that Rev Hudson will succeed one t of the most prominent Prcsbyteriui ministers of the country in accept ing the call his many friends here are pleased to learn of his rapid sue v fcss Collegia Journal JW aA LOCALS 4 AVY t fA l A number of the younger set at e tended a dance at Middlesboro last Friday evening iA little ad in the ADVOCAT...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 January 1906

oooo O CORRESPONDENCE j I t I ScalfI John Mills and B lL Jackson left Sunday to attend school at school at WilliauiBburg H Thomas Hubbard was the guest 1 of T G Hammons Sunday Thomas G Hum mons has sold m his sawmill and bought another farm He said he hud rather hoe corn than to paw y Good luck to the Advocate DKY GOUUD Hammond 1 Mr Joe Hammons and family left last week for Garrard county Mr and Mrs Milton Worslmm i of Missouri are visiting friends and relatives at this place Tom Gamble of Mills was in our midst Sunday I Matt Mills was in Flat Lick Saturday on business 1John Hubbard of this place will soon pull up stakes for Clay county where he will make his future home Give the people of mills the telephone line they are good talkers try them and see Mr James Bright of Barbour ville was with us last week Miss Rosa Bell Smith of this place paid a visit to friends last Sunday WILD BILL Give Your Boy a Chance To become n succcs ful honored and wealthy man by attediii the Commercial C...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 January 1906

f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 4 V Kiitcred UH ScoondOlnsH Matter Friday February 10th 1001 at the IoHtnlllou at Itnrbuurvlllo Knox County Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 187H I4 t MOTTO LlVK KOIl OUIt KllKNIfl DO Tilt OllKATBST AXOHNT Or Onof WK IUN TO TilE LAUOE8T NUM nEll or 1KOJCK KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 1906 Second YearVol2 No 48 KENTUCKY 12 Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE b BIG FIRE l Visited Our Town ond Re moves One of Our Old Landmarks y Another Hotel Goes up in Smoke and no Means at Hand to fight the flames N r Cortunotely the Domes Were Confined to r < i One Dulldlng l TOTAL LOSS AND NO INSURANC S r > Last Monday morning the en iv tire town was called out at ubou 4if > ij o clock by the ringing of fire jap bells and the shout of Fires Fire jji The old Eve Hotel on the cor SjHnor of North Main street was Kisfj discovered to be on fire in the i roof near theBkitchen chimney The blaze was small when firsr If Mt 50011 and if our town had of been provided with...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 January 1906

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I I 1 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecondClass Matter February loth lit at tlio Postolllco at liiirbourvlllc Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rtl 1870 V D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Everybodyt 1 4Is Is UIO number for those desiring to conuminleato with this olllcuby phone Ming up Cuntrnl Hiul ask them for numbor you will then bo connettod direct with this ollleo If you ouhlo 14 a The Official Organ of the Republican Party in nox Connty r f rho OnlY 7etV3HT > ffr ZPubliohad in Knox County I WHAT THE EVENING POST THINKS IT KNOWS Under the above bending the Post rehearses a number ol prophesies it t has made in the past nil ofwhich it ic 4note claims have proven true and referring this paper says The Moon r tain Advocate says the livening r Post should study the subjtct re ferring to the situation in Knox county it has been studying it for some time and it knows that pri maries like the recent one in Knox have weakened the R...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 January 1906

I PARKER 7i7 7 ahd PARKERS L EANINGThUT SALE t i A ii P jgt r k preparatory to make IRoorp for tbeir IFmmense Stock Oft ijrS I S IF1 El XILT Gr O O O ID S r i THAT WILL SOON ARRIVE TO MEET THE TRADE fi 1 iC have on hand a largo stock f > 4t cof hens Youths and Childrens f stockI toW t dispose of at a Sacrifice in order to Itluko room for the Spring lino hat will be in now in a short t iillle V 1 These goods must go regardless t of cost jrIf you are in 11001 of a Suit jj rr Pants Overcoat it matters not I t jo us call and you will some one 4ready to show the goods c m 1r y To every purchaser who buys 1 Vii T cash we are going to give 1 i tt 10 per cent off tifl1which means If you buy u 1000 I Snit you get it for 900 A 1250 Overcoat for sfU25 1 r f and so on all throughour lineI u IV c also have on hand some few 1 f GROCERIES 4tyhich we are going to almost J L giveaway L while they last i P fI I OLD u COLE S I iJStock of Goods Must be Re 1 t > duced Inventory Before Taking 11 J ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 January 1906

CORRESPONDENCE Hopper i The protracted mooting at New Bethel closed last Sunday with several additions to the church Franklin Thomas died last Fri day after a very short illness lie was liked by all who knew him lire extend to his berieved com panion and his parents our sym pathy in their bereavment Misses Louise Teugue and Don Shell of Pineville are visiting Mrs Nannie MoNamnra this week Mr 0 R ynold as m v ti London b twill return and linUl his stave contract here 1Everything is quiet in our burg I since the cold a e other s set in 1 11N I I Dr A L Parker has move I into his new residence on Kive t street f street1G Mr R W Cole and his Moth 1 crt Mrs M E Cole left last Mon I day night to attend the iunera of Mr Lazers Mainous in Ows ley county near Booneville Mr Mainotis was a brotherinlaw to Mrs Cole They will perhap return home tomorrow Masonic Officer Elected On December 27th Mountaii I Lodge No 187 F A M elect ed and installed the followinj ollicers nT Cole W M J M Gilbert S 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. — 19 January 1906

f u 0 ili SP ltf y TH MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Jtt I I iJ Entered RII SocondCluss Mutter Friday Iobriiurv 10th 1901 at the Postofllbent Harbour vlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 MOTTO LtvK I OIL Olin KuiKunrt Do Tim ORRATKHT AMOUNT or Goon WK OAN TO THE IAKOEHT KUMDKU or PKOPM t 0 0 11 w Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906 Second Year Vol 2 No 49t1lt Vi DrY NAMITE u in Attempt to Break Jail IHere Last Saturday Night jjBut Their Effort Was I a Failure A quantity of dynamite was in t manner smuggled into inI j jrtil here last Saturday by some > one with a view of Wrecking the > building and liberating the pris Ifiuners IfiunersI r There was at the time four teen confined there among thorn I wore three prisoners from Leslie county and one from Laurel Iall < hrought here for safe keeping > One of the Leslie prisoners is under a life sentence for murder sr and the one from Laurel has a twentyone year sentence before i h...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 January 1906

ITHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t 1 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky j ro Entered as SocondClnss Matter February luth 1WI ut trio Iostoiilco at linikourvlllu Ky r under Act of Coiigrugs of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLARK MEDITOR AND PUBLISHER d Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this oillco by photo lUng up Contra and ask thorn for number you will thon bo couuet tad direct with this ollleo If you ouIlIo 14 I The Official Organ of the Republican Party in no Connty 1 io Only 7eiint > ajaffr ZPubliahod in Knox County THE TROUBLE IS I WITH DICK KNOTT Little Dickey Knott has squandered another column of valuable space this week in an attempt to reply to our article of last week ard quotes extensively from it without so much as attempting to reply After an at tempt to heap abuse upon the Mountain Advocate for iItpublishing the plain unvarnished I facts and exposing the scheme of the livening Post to malign...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 January 1906

ptRKER 5 Txesmt v and i J > PARKERS CLEANING OUT SALE 11e 1 1 i Ip fbreparatotg to make IRoom for tbetr ITmmense Stock of 11 pv S3P E I IxTO OOODS I ar > P THAT WILL SOON ARRIVE TO MEET THE TRADEi E J i vWeliave on hand a large stock 19 t6l Mons Youths and Childrens as 8 lathing which wo arj going to K > t dispose of at a Sacrifice in order J ft > make room For the Spring lint iluit will be in now in a short f1 ime imeThese lj These goods must go regardless ifot cost J V i7V li If you are in need of a Suit > v vvlunts Overcoat it matters not td IMq us call and you will find some 5 tttoieady to show the goods H To every purchaser who buvs fur cash we are going to give x iff 10 per cent off i rl which means If you buy a1000 juit you get it for 000 A 1250 Overcoat for JJ2f r JIjiml so on all through our line fTe also have on hand some few I r GROCERIES tevhich we are going to almost IYhiCh iveatyay while they last We will sell d cans of Sugar Corn for 2 5 cents a 1 bI ra...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 January 1906

tfi s viy1 A s r F ° t PERSONALS tpi 1t kY tV V M tp lSq Squire Alex Smith is on the sick ti i list this week Dr Bennett of the Bennett Jellico Coal Co was here several days this t week G F Taylor is quite illat the home of Mr Gill Stickler near the Fair Grounds Dr James W Easley and A M Decker attended the meeting of the Board of Education of the M E t church this week I Col and Mrs W It Hughes and daughter Lois left Thursday morn ing fot a few weeks visit to Florida Miss Oppie Price of Middlesboro was the guest of Miss Catherine Ar I thur at Speed Hall Veluesday even tug ingMrs Mrs Pearl Jarvis of Peru Kans sent us a renewal this week for another years subscrip tion to the Advocate I Little Mary McPermott has about recovered from a slight illness A large delegation nre expecting to liutte1 the opera at Middlcshnm k next Tuesday night k J A McDermott is building a rail i rend switch connecting his brick fplant with the railroad This will F be another improvement to our ourkF r L 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. — 26 January 1906

FTTH i MOUNTAIN 1DVOCATLlljraI 2 t l J i + r ii ti 1 Entered aq SecondClass Matter Friday February 10th tOOl at tho Postofllco atBafbaurvljjo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 f2 MOTTO LIVB Foil OUt FIUENDB Do Tnu OBEATI T AMOUNT or lynn Wp CAN TO TilE LAIIOEST NOVBEK or Pjtori1 c < Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 26 1906 Second Year Vol 2 No 50 A BUILDING AND LOAN < Association Would be A Splendid iOrganization Organization For Our Town There are a number of people More Vho would buy a lot and erect for themselves residences T instead of paying out money year in and year out for rent if we s had an institution in our town where the money could be Recur to d at a reasonoble rate of inter est and where it could be paid back in monthly installments tHe same as rent is now being beingpaid I t We think that there would be nodifficulty whatever in estab I lishing a Building and Loan in I I four town and allow everyone fdesires 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. — 26 January 1906

t i J lOfJNT IN v cAiLl i m Publish Rvery Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 4 11 Entered as SecondClass Mutter February 10th 1W4 at tbo Vostolllco at Uarbuurvlllc Ky unUpr Act or engross of March 3rd 1870 D WILL CLARK M M MEDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this oilieo by phone Ring rap Central and ask them for number yon will then bo connected direct with this ollleo if yon youllavu EH I The Official Organ of the Republican Party in not Lonnty The Only Jotvapapar Published in Knox County CALEB POWERS POWERSI I p we clip the following editorial from ntI last Sundays journal and Tribune bf Knoxville Tenn which shows the I I sentiment of our sister State in re gard to the trials of Mr Powers The Journal and Tribune says The case of Calcb Powers is ex pected to be heard in the supreme court of the United States this week It is a question of jurisdiction Judge Cochran n United States distri...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 January 1906

ft i Nm I at UI lA q v 1 JPifE ns Y b C i w lEt AN 4c I NO V if UISAbu 1 itFj nFiitf J i w d y El v lreparator to make 1Roonrtor Ij tbeiv Immense tock f 5 IId i Jj co A r < 1 I itS H V Xl cr QOOIDS I ± aaw iL L a I l 4 11L11 tw t h J THAT WILL SOON ARRIVE TO MEET THE TRADE t V liave pn hand u large stock 3 i uftjlons Youths and Childrens JBC f Qlptihing which wear going to iMj dispose of at a Sacrifice in order 1 ihakorooin for the Spring line tjiitt will be in now in a short yt11I10 Vn < Shese goqifs innst go regardless mci + c1 cost cost1f Ifr you are in need of a Suit Suits Overcoat it matters not Pjis call and you will find some e eady to show the goods itfr itfHCo who buys 1IIIit HCo every purchaser for cash we are going to give tafev offL ffiibh means K you buy a100 Slit you get it for sfOOO Mb 1250 Overcoat for I15 ati4so on all through our line fc1 We also have on hand some few t GROCERIES vifich we are going to almost ci hw iye away while they last 1I I We will sell 4...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 January 1906

1 f2 M A i PERSONALS i Sdt + r i r Dr Burnside made professional t trip to Manchester lost Sunday P D Black and D W Clark and wife attended the opera at Middles Middles horo last Tuesday night Frank Letcher of this office has I been on the sick list this week and E its a result we are somewhat behind with the work having it all to do i twith S ourselves ourselvesW W S Hudson attended the mid t winter meeting of the Kentucky representaj 1 tive ol the Advocate at its meeting in Frankfort this week Mrs G F Taylor arrived last Monday morning from Dayton Tcr She had not been apprised of her I husbands illness for tear of alarm ing her but the Advocate which is a weekly visitor to her home conveyed the information to her and the next train brought her to his bedside C C Smith our county court clerk left Monday on a business trip to New York and return by wayo r Cincinnati W H McDonald chiel of police returned Thursday from FtThom tiS where he took Win Lickliter an alleged army deserter 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. — 2 February 1906

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Lk 9 0 l t r r rC Entered Hs 9eoond fans Matter FrlrtlY February 10th IDOl ht the Poetomce at Oarbourv11 Knox County Ky under Act or Congress of March 8rd18i 1 > r IMOJTOLVM r Foil sun FUIKNDS Do TUB OBRATKBT AMOUNT or Oopo Wr OAN TO THE L A ROUST NUMUBII or PKorrK Terms L Per Year in AdvanceBARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY EFBRUARY 2 1906 Second Year Vol 2 No 51 OUR GRADED SCHOOL i if I Should Receive Attention rrom Cv Eery One and All Work Together i r to Secure Iti c since our last article appeared touching upon the question of ai public graded school for our twn rl we have talked with Supt I Parser and he assures us that ihcrwill give his hearty support II ij fb such a movement gjjjlr Union College will also work j f Il unison and already that in I Islitution has arranged to strike lout after this year all the low tac branches and teach only the I Normal Academic and Collegi ute branches which will be giI gradedn 1 school and we have suggested iltefore the p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1906

L < f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Efrfe rnto qfct Motored ns SecondClues Matter February UKh luw at tint 1ostolllcont llurbouivltu Ky < 11 < umlor Act or OoiiKrosS of Mnrch fin 1870 I A J D WILL CLARK I 1 EDITOR fi No PUBLISHER i Subscription Rales 100 per year in ndviincc to Evcrho PUDLISHERI 44Is lafcho number fox tljoso dnslriiifr ta tfmimiri1ca trvvitl > bills 1QIstho phone lllnj up Central servicei4 YOU will then bo eimnictod direct with this otlhio if you liavo The Camp Ground Telephony service 14 m The Ufflcitf bryan of the Republican Iurly in nov County iR 7iho Only lIllJlpapr Subtfohctl in Jfncx County n nm SENATOR SHADOANS BILL SkitiU < > r Shndnnn luis a bill before the General AssemMy which ought to Kcofiic a law 1sterybodywho hs travt led on excursion tmins in nll1 st any part nl the State or on trams crowded vith persons return ing trout cities nter some incident wliuli attracted inuliiuiiles to its witnessing...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 February 1906

n KERand PARK1E3RSCLEANING OUT SALE J V lr rii > r v AI 14 1i w t t ftrettaratorv r r to make 1Room for tbeiv ITmmense Stock of Jty 6 1 < i > 1 > s S I T O O O O 3D S f tS N J THAT WTLL SOON ARRIVE TO MEET THE TRADE l > < We nre going to close all our 15 Winter Stock 3ftClothing ftClothing at a discount of l5 Per Cent whTfh means you can buva 10 suit or 550 Tins is a Special Cleaning Duty Sale arid will last until March cl sto Those who come first will get mr t pice selections and best fits to li you are in need of a Nice Suit i 1the time to buy it for n little jnpney all bran new and in the lat SsttstylesWe We hove some good values in r H Overcoats I t i tthatve will dispose of at cost I 111 0 IReep Jjour Je2C on tbie Space for f J 11r > t 0 > N < t Correct > Iik k v 53Y R k r µ t tJ > J e t < titti SPRING STYLES w r I s I tL will soil lansnfSatarCorn for 25 cents s < > 5 BIb can Tomatoes u 0JO u 1N V6 lb can Baking Powder 2 cans ror 5u u U...

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