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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 25 December 1908

THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN PleaMat Evealog RevilesA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers ii Tkey Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts fiecn the Editorial Pen f SKjright teal merrygoround py Christmas to all t fc y i < here is much i beer in a kin I irdand a Merry Christina I The < value of a Christmas gift liesi the testimony it gives of the r1 ifcct r that prompts it Ihe Beautiful and right is it that gift s ind good wishes should fill the air ike snow flakes at Chrismns tide r r The Christmas chimes are peal tig softly pealing the joyous sounds are I are ringing ever launder and clear clearI fer nearer and nearer like a sweet toned benediction fallin the carI Glad ringers are pulling the ropes i and in one grand swellof melody Christmas with its old yet ever new an marvelous mysteries burst trio Mini ly on the earth once more t t E if tw fljThcact that Christranst giving i s w < t tau of things often not need ed and tat it tends to mutual loss rather than mutual ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 January 1910

7 l lI 1 Ji J4 11 i I Jr lff i I < Ir Lt i s33 r r j A t kpy t H UI I f + 0 I I ntorod as SooondOlase Matter Frldur Kebi w < jy 10th 1004 at tho Poatoffloo at BarJlrvJllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March ant 1879 v MOTTO LIVK FOR OUR intEND Do TUB ORRATMT AMOUNT OK OOD WK OAN TO THB LARGEST NUMBER or FIOPLR I terms I00 Per YE r inAdvan BA K BOURVLLE KENTUCKY RIDAY JANUARY 7 99 6Sixth Year y 11ew Ofticer t r Qccupvind the Vorioit S positions on the Public tl I Square Allthe New Officers Swor l hiond Begun Their Work t J Lost Monday I t I Hk The court house has esber fenced an entire change jthi t A MI3Y w + 4 jPiyeek Every old officer rAil t Judge on down have vadated theE building and their places are now occupied by new men I iiv Judge Stamper took up the f Jf v 4 y3 rejns of the county on Mon j iif rooming as County Judge d if sieems to be very much at hole b already He will possibly re 11I g fjudge Brailord as tie Clerk If i I t Quarterly Court fur the preset 1...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 January 1910

N ADVOCtt 3 at Barboittville Kentucky 1 jbruary lOthi 1004 at tho Postofflco at liarbourvllle Ky 5t of Congress of March 3nl 1879 1 MEDITOff PND PUBLISHER tes100 per year in advance to Everybody c 9C for those desiring to communicate with this done Jllnp up Central and ask for number then be connected direct with this otflce if you j Camp Ground Telephone service Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty NEW YEAR t jioticijnt Providence has per c raH to step out of the old atinto the New Year Again l should remember that only a t > f ewyear uRo that we were per I bitted to begin a new and pros pefoAis century for these things thh1gst t we should be most thankfull 1Y e know that behind us lies the only century that we have known it j gave us our birth the happy 0 days of innocent childhood the expanding days of youth the re sponsible days of manhood and womanhood and to some it has furnished the hoary mantle o f age Many thousands of life re 1 6drds have been written o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 January 1910

iHBMOUNTAII ADVOCATE D TV OtARK BDITOB tit > < BAR SOU RVI KENTUCKY t1naoniPrION PRIOES 00 One Year In advaace o l i aaa aaa eeEeeeEE I PERSONALSSt If Around Town 1 fif ai + aaaaaaE EeEa EE 6 fi W Sownrd has moved into the Kibman flats over the Ad vocal F lice pro Tip Jones to he out gain after a severe I s p eIlof pneu jnia fevera jjlfd Faulkner returned last MOil i Say to Louisville where he is study ing Dentistry P If Guy Dickensoh left Wednesday r tf for Ht Lexington to resume his studies again in 1bile1rei I i Charles B Eaves of Jackshoro sTeriru come New Years day to as Msist the force In this office ff tJlt 5lg W W Byrley ofKnox county ft was the Republican caucus nominee i Jjpjfor doorkeeper of the Senate XV M Baker has advertised his fprpperty for sale Saturday and ex pceteto locate in Chattanooga t Tend TendMiss Miss Jessie Decker returned tt y Jcliico Tenn last Sunday to take up her work again in the school I a room roomRev iRe L B Arvin was called to Sampbellsville...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 January 1910

f n I I itf ° COMMISSIONERS SALE ti J KNOX CIRCUIT COURT H H Colyeretc Plaintiff Judj vs J meat J T Gray Defendant J November Term Deccraer 20th 1905 The Master Commissioner of this Court having heretofore filed his re port of sale herein and the same having been at a former day of this 1 Court confirmed and it appearing from said report that the said prop erty herein sold brought less than two thirds of its appraised value It is ordered and adjudged by the Court that the equity ofredemption be sold in the hereinafter described property being the same described in the judgement herein andreport of said commissioner is as follows Situated in Knox County Ken tucky on the Hazzel fork of Lynn camp Creek beginning at the side of itthe road where it crosses the Hazzc fork of Lynncanp Creek thence S 71 E 91 poles to a chestnut stump f k thence S 37 Vi E 29 poles to a stake near the top of the spur thence S 7 Vfr E 69 34 poles to a chestnut oak stump thence S 37a r W 33 Vz poles to three ch...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 January 1910

j W Mfc A > i 1 i t i1 1 < Iijt 1 i + ii U r I 13 > BEN HURAT UNl NCOLLEGE TONIGHT The Attr tion f the Season Dont Miss it ji < THE MOUNTAIN ILXDVOCATi Bntarco AH SecondClass Matter Prirtnv Kohnarv 1 nt h1DW at the PostolBco ut narlwurvllJo Knox County Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1878 r MurrO HIVK FOil OUH Knuwnsnn TUB OUBATKST AMOUNT or GOOD WE CAN TO TMK IMIIOMT NCMDBII or PEOPLE ew w + w J fe Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1910 Sixth Year Vol6 No 49 i tf JUDGE OREAR l 7 ii Is the Man Dreaded by Oem ocrots as Standard Beare y fV for Republicans in ION t < tho Frankfort correspnn len t t to the Oinclnnati Enquirer SIlYS F eta that Judge Edward C OHear is h hot a candidate for the Republi A cannomination for Governor 1 VA Vd do not know whether Judg i ORear will consent to allow his lit jf f name to go before the next Stat 1 Convention for the guberuataria fLt honors or not but we know that he is the choice of a large m...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 January 1910

yr r tHEMOUISTAIN 4DVOCATa A Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky 1 Bntorod as SecondClaw Matter February 16th ItXH at the 1ostoIUco at Ilarbourvllle Ky 4 under Act or PontrroBS ol March 3rd 1879 t < < DWlLLCbARK MEDITOR ANDPUBU8HER a Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody u > m 1 14 f k Is the number for those desiring to communicate with thin office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 4 The Official Organ of the Republican PArty in Knox Connty 41he The sentiment expressed in expressedr ago ngoJ race seems to have met with al r mcist universal approval and al > though the article contained eeightcti hundred words and oc i cupied almost onehalf page of space yetit has been republish edJin about onehalf of the news papers in the District already Among those that have repub + lisped the article in full we men + tin the London Sentinel pub PUb...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 January 1910

12 + THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 ipo W OLAKK RDETOJR It i y BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY SUBSCRIPTION PRICE lrE one Year la advance 100 JI91 IIIStl F pi PERSONALS D I fI V 1 i Around Town i < r 3u 9 a g 3aAtEl FEEEfJeEf srh Claence Davis is on the sick list this week Is t A M Hemphill was in Corbin Wednesday a J Wednesdayj Hawn was in Middles f boro Wednesday Dr J D Walsh was in town last Wednesday on business i Judge Stamper made a business trip to Poplar creekTuestluy t Dr Sam Bennett of Pinevillc was in town last Monday on business P J Dr Sam Bennett was in the Captol of Knox county Mondayon busi ness m Sl F D Sampson will begin next week the erection of a new residence < ion Steelelst lh SteelelstUtlcle Uncle Logan Runyon continues fly on the sick list but is repor tcd bet at this writing 1 K I Hon Richard S Rose of Wil t < liamsburg will locate here with his 1 family and will P notice in the courts < vof this city i Miss Rachacl Tyc of Williamsburg exSchool Supeirntendent of s...

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 January 1910

r COMMISSIONERS SALE tV i 1 i KNOX CIRCUIT COURT H H Colyer etc Plaintiff Judg J vs ment JT Gray Defendant J J November Term Dccemer 20th 1909 i The Master Commissioner of this Court having heretofore filed his rer portof sale herein and the same having been at a former day of this Court confirmed and it appearing t from said report that the said propr enty herein sold brought less than twothirds of its appraisedvalue I It is ordered andadjudged by theI Court that the equity of redemption be sold in the hereinafter described property being the same described in the judgement herein and report of said commissioner is as follows t Situated in Knox County Kenr tncky on the Hazzel fork of Lynn camp Creek beginning at the side of the road where it crosses the Hazzel t fork of Lynncanp Creek thence S 71 E 91 poles to a chestnut stump thence S 37s t E 2Q poles to aC stake near the top of the spur thence S 7 Vz E 69 34 poles to a chestnut oak stump thence S 37 V6 i W 33 Vt poles to three ch...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 January 1910

or idLJ t tHE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE fr t Entered as BooondCIass Matter FrJctur KobiUHry 10th 100 nt tho Postomoo rtt llarbourvillo Knox County Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 I 7 MoiTO IIVB Fon ODH tlnlEND DoT IK OMEATKHT AMOUNT or Ooon WE nAN TO THE IiAiwiKST NUMBER or PEOPLE Tf ITerms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURViLLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1910 Sixth Year Vol 6 No 50 I k I EIGHT YEARS IN JAIL VS t SIX YEARS IN CONGRESS 1 ob J > 9GC 1t flW ttf The Wayne County Outlook proceeds to take us to task be r2r cause of the fact that we showed to the citizens of the District the 0J QA contrast between Powers and Edwards and cited the fact that Pow iV < era had spent eight years in jail because of his loyalty to the c i I t t f Republicans of this District while Edwards has drawn 85000 for 0 > his own individual use through the support that the Republicans ofl hims 1 y 1 T I K The Outlook says We have never understood before that a i5 X > term in jail was one of th...

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 January 1910

f I 1fI1E MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky t A Bntorod oa SecondClass Matter February 19th 1WN at the Postolfloo at Uarbourvlllo Ky Jjunder Act of Congress of March OrU 1870 it rWILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 0 1t Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 1 14 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if yon yonhnve I 7The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox Connty I IT CALEB POWERS t FOR CONGRESS i i The Louisville Evening Post ll lias lost no time in declaring I > > fagains Caleb Powers for Con jvv gross Repudiated time and v again by the Republicans of the I StafeY in general by those of its home Congressional District the Fifth in particular by the peo ple in Louisville its place of pub ltcation with emphasis renewed I and multiplied the Post now asI sullies < the office of dictator to I the El...

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 January 1910

E MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE l IK h I W CLARK EDITOR t rt BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY 1 r F StlKJOBIPTION PRICE 11m pOne Year IB advance 4s mm 100 I 5 sEEe EE I i NPCRSONALS r q Around Town 3 II 1 ltlteEE1Ee9E1EEaEEiE 1 S H Hale has been in this city r AT this week on business fyvV Charles Davis made a business w t iItI trip to Flat Lick Wednesday Frank Gibson of Pinevillc vas f 7J b here last Monday on business w > I f1 MissMrs Lena Wilson visited Mr and j Mrs T B Ashley at Warren last t om > Saturday Thomas Smith has returned from t fe an extended visit to friends on tj Goose Creek pf Rube and his Ma will be at the J Baptist Institute tonight Dont fail to sc2 them Ir 1 rJudge F D Sampson rand John i > f W SampSon made a flying trip to v London last week 1VA H McDonald and s I Davis returned last Saturday from n business trip to Louisville t v onr a 1 business trip to New Mexico Texas and other points in the Southwest j1A M Decker is in Cincinnati this t r week attending a meeting of the...

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 January 1910

WILTDN NEWS t iN i Charley Ctnldres left Wednesday i morning for Louisa Ky r Alex and Will McKey left last Thursdavfor Foctte county W Va t where they will work in the mines Marsh Malian and Matt Cole called on the merchants of this place Monday 1 Rev T Stratton preached in Wil t n Tuesday night Matt Powers representing the Singer Sewing Machine Co was in Wilton Monday and Tuesday Barton Moore visited his parents n Uarbourville Sunday W H Campbell of Indian Creek was here Saturday Clem Brown of Lindsay was here Monday MondayJohn John Frost of Bertha was in Wil ton Tuesday Earl Wallis left Tuesday for Vil liamsburg to enter the Williamsbuig Institute InstituteJohn John Cooper and A Pritchard of t Indian Creek were here Saturday t Miss Cora Brown of PaintsvilK K is visiting Mrs L R Reams r < CITY TAX COLLECTORS SALE FOR TAXES M jr t Know ye that by the authority i vested in me by the Common t wealth of Kentucky and tie r city of Barbourville as its collector I will on the 24 day of...

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 January 1910

T 4 7t C l r < f 7 c1e rl 1 7 y 1 fIM J I JIc i a Ii l 01 0 r iI t r 4 r 1f At > ff t iI lJ > Jt f t i 1 j t L > t t Jt ff ryyr > i K t j 1i 4 I gh d I d Y ° sC7 Sr 4 frl tt 1b I Ifr d 741 it Ii r 1 7r tv i > 41 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t j I r < Entered an SooondOlnas Matter Prlilnv Fobtuary 10th 1001 nt the Iostofflco nt Ilarfoourvlllo Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879I 7h r tMUl lOLlVK Fon OUR fHIBNDB DO TilE OllBATKflT AMOUNT Or GOOD WK OAN TO TUB LAROK8T NtTMIlEH OT PEOPLE j J i i r L = 1 c s1r f Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKYy l d j 4s SUPERINTENDENT EVANS TAKES A I A k I h BRIDC I The many friends of ouperintend I ent Wnlter Evans will he surprised murtieds yesterday afternoon to lisa Edna frl me of the brides parents nt voodhine Whitley 1 County Immediately after the i ceremony the young couple came to 4 r3this city where they were en t f > tertaincd at the home of Prof H C ii i LewisA t A LCWISWe join with the m...

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 January 1910

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE > Y Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky y I S Entered as SecondClass Matter February Oth 1901 at tbo Postofflco at llarbourvlllo Ky W undor Act of Contrress of March 3rd 1879 I 4ED WILL CLARK w MMEDITOR AND PUBLISHER i Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody IA 1t 14 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Bins up Central and ask for number You will then be connected direct with this otfloe if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service The Official Organ of the Republican Parly In KHOX Connty F A DEMOCRATIC VIEW 1 We notice in the papers that the i Edwards followers are getting wak ed up by the Powers crowd and the former are making charges against I Powers that sound funny to those thoseI who remember back a few years I t I When Powers was in jailaccused of I being an accomplice in killing Goe j bel these same bowlers claimed that R he was innocent and made up money to defend him They then said J...

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 January 1910

fpf r3n W D election officer I r 2on wf Payne Robert c work 1 oo f r iv Kees F M surveying road 8 5o r Goons shark work 2 25 tf Ktdner M J keeping paupers X 4 do rPayne Robert c work 1 oo i < Hole J R work on road 5 50 t ir < Shannon M J sign painting 2 oo f V Grace Dan Commissioner to view road 7 5o 54 Payne Robert c work 1 oo Turner Guilders merchandise lo 75 4 Mills T J election officer 2 oo i > Payne kobert c work 3 56 i r 1 f juckson H work 4 oo r JV 1 urit tain i1 D right oj way1n ho Lewis wm work iH 01 Payne Robert e work 1 00 if Catron j H surveying mndT 6 rip 7 i Peck C H Commissioner on road 4 op I Y Ridner M J kee ooI Detherngej J H election officer 2 oo E Johnson j N election officer 2 oo Dotner G T lumber n 2 20 Smith Noah pauper burial expenses 31 88 Smith G w election officer 3 o4 t n jr fr Jackson G M work 17 00 Barnes T c work on fill 5 op r PursilulljJ lumber 15 Oo f Profit james conveying prisoners 18 25 Hampton Grant c work on road 2op oo Faulkner G M lu...

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 January 1910

I WILTfDIN NEWS Yr L N Landrum was in Lomloi j j Sunday pF John R Floyd and Tom Fore + s ere in Corbin Sunday Uncle Sol Word was struck bj parallels this morning and is in nI serious condition Henry Smiths little boy diet last Saturday and was buried at Bertha Sunday Rev Green filled his appoint ment here Sunday Misses Nannie Austin am Oallie Ben v wore in Corbii Tuesday John Morris was in Barbou ville on business Wednesday Olem Brown of Lindsay was in Wilton Monday John Cooper of Indian Greek was here monday Willie McLemore Henry Still van and Tom Baker were in Her tha Sunday Mrs L U Morris has a sligli attack of the grip Mrs Lindsay MoBrayer is 01 the sick list this week + Sam Harvey was in Oorbii Tuesday Tuesdayr fumes S Miller was here Mon day waiting on the trade WILTON GRADED SCHOOL J i f8hool closed Jan 18th 1910 and Miss Malissa Dug er return id to her home and Mr J B t Tampbell will leave in a few days 0fot Richmond where he will en E ter school for the fourth year at jrthe...

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 February 1910

LA fib r p dt s a L sM x v THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entered BocondClnm Matter Friday Fobtuary Iflth 100i at th Po toiBco nt Ilnrbourvlilo Knox County Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 MOTTO I IVK FOR OUn PIUBNDH Do TUB GKRATKHT AMOUNT or Ooon WF OAK TO TIIK LAKOFST NnxtiBit or PEOPLE s < I f K Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BA BOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 1910 Sixth Year Vol 6 No 52 36th MILESTONE i v MR JOSEPH KAMPSON one of the F respectedaft HKr aft oitizena of Barbourville was very pleasantly remembered last Satur > Jiv day by most of his children who k1 called upon him during the day and presented him with tokens ofaffec ft tion The occasion being the 8Gth c Ianniversary his birth His estimable wife Mid companion fit for more than GO years had not wbeen unmindful of the event and hal prepared some choice cakes I pastcry s ae in that delicious way that pv makes them so delicious to the tat These were served and the day spent in a very pleasant manner 4Y S J &g...

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 February 1910

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Ie r I 4 ti if i44r Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Kntorod ca SecondClass Matter February 19th 1001 at the IpstolUce at Ilarbourvillc Ky under Act or rtmjtress or March ant IBiD D WILL CLARK EDITOR NO PUBLISHER i Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody 114 IB the number for those desiring to communicate with this office bv phone Ring up Central And ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ofiloe If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service The Official Organ of tho Republican Party in Knox Connty ItDIC KNOTT BLIGHT TO PARTY SUCCESS I A FEW HOLES KNOTT j Little DIOKKY KNOTI I I the demagogue Editor of The Louisville Ev f > ening Post If New and True Not Ntherwise has declar ed against our mountain boy a the Honorable Caleb Powers for Congress in the Eleventh Congressional district Who is this man Knott The Republi can party answers in thundering tones a Beckham Machine Dem ocrat who lent the entire sup port ...

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 February 1910

f THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE < D W CLARK EDITOR P BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY PRICEJ J I One Year in advance Ii i + S 4 100 1 h 1t j1 t6J8 tt9EEEeEiEEE rtf lit PERSONALS + > r r W tv 1 Jlrfrimd TownU t i3 9 ttj1eEEES E c eeE Z i1 tin y v Fred Hemphill was in Middles t jsP ° horo last Friday I A ball will be given tonight we j learn at the Hotel Jones I fr ri ff yS H Kash of Corbin was a visa 1J Mondavi ife J lon R C Ford of Middlesbor jyV V BaT was a visitor in thiscity Wednesday If 1Orbon Miles left Tuesday night for Cynthiann where he has a po f si ion as cleric in a hotel Uncle Logan Runyon we are glad to report is out and nib ir4 jk J about with his many friends the < ff saine jolly old soul us of yore fiip Josh Tye one of Knox counts VI most popular school teachers left fiiI Sunday for Richmond to enter the ir Ky4State Normal at that place t TJ Mills of Mills and 13 J 4 v Millsof Flat Lick were here Mon G day the guests of their sons who I R 1 v are student sin the Baptist Instit...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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