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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 September 1910

yu yua ITHE 3 s THE MDDLESBOROUGH 1 MDDLESBOROUGHMiddlesborough 2 1Middlesborought Ky l THE MODERN HOTEL OF THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS Refurnished Throughout Finest Cuisine Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths r HE MIDDLESBOROUGH HOTEL Is in ivn ideal locution for j p THE summer resort tho nights arc always cool nnd pleasant I Just below tho hotel a short distance iaLfllttCjo swimming pool whore guests can take a plunge at any hour of tho day or night Bat ing suits can be rented at a nominal price Adja cent is a mineral spring notoil for its nudicinal qualities Fur nice quiet homelike surroundings you cannot select a more suitable place than the MIUDLCSUOKblliill HOTEL to spend the r sntnmorbZ II II II 11 c II j t 11 II The Orchestra at this famous hostlery consists of live pieces and the finost Musicians Unit can be lnd from Louisville En tertainments Balls and Concerts are given every night in the week Our rates are very reasonable to long or short term t y guests Come ComeT T AY SMITH PRO...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 September 1910

r c i rr a t OCATEIJ 1fi1jiF t8z i j ° Entered BH Seeon lChef Matter Friday Kehtu < rr IBth IflOi at tho Postofflco ut Itnrliourvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd JS79 rL r aiOTjO UIVE FOR OUR KHIENDU Do Pull OIIEATKRT AMOUNT or OOOD WB IAN TO TUB LAIKIRHT NWMIIEH or PEOPLE t rt = t lflerms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1910 Seventh Year Vol 7 No3r HON CALEB POWERS Our Next Congressman T BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY Who was so overwhelmingly nominated last Thursday September 15th as the standard bearer of the Republicans of the Eleventh District for the office of Member of Congress of the United States His nomination was a complete vindication from all the charges attempted to be hurled at him by the Goebel wing of the Democratic party He administered the greatest defeat to his opponent that any Republican ever received since the r District was created and his election to a seat in the Halls of the National Congress is now an assu...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 September 1910

Tin Bfcvocate wPublished Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky A Entered as Second Class Matter February IBth 1804 at the Postofflce at Barbourvllle Ky under Act of ConKress of March 3rd 1819 r > D WILL CLARK r EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 1Subscription Rates SlOO pop year in advance to everybody I 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this ollico by phone King up Central urd ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this office if youlm ve The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 II1t The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County II > Republican Ticket > For Congress b Hon Caleb Powers JOF KNOX COUNTY rG i 3 A SWEEPING VICTORY The result of last Thursday primary is known from one end of the country to the other und no man ever achieved a greater victory than did Caleb Powers in his battle against D 0 Ed wards wardsMr 5 Mr Edwards has served his district faithfully and well and is as popular as any man who has ever occupied the ex aulted posi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 September 1910

I 1A 1i rbvi Jut IDrtox TI l BARBOURVJLLE KENTUCKY W dunt40uwnor rnI0 Qotcar In advance e 108 I J io a aaa > ree EiEE PERSONALS t I M Around Town 1w 3 9 3 3 E4E8 EBt EELS A W Hopper was a Sunda vis itor iu Middlesboro l last Sunday Miss Myrtle Davis of Atlanta Ga is visiting relatives in this city this week Miss Jennie Mealer of this city was visiting friends in Middlesboro last Sunday 0e Louis Faulkner and wire were among those who spent last Sun day in Middlesboro from this city is A large colony left Knox county this week for Florida a prospecting tour and if satisfied will locate t there thereMrs Mrs A W Hopper returned lastS Sunday from Saluda North Carolina where she had been visiting her sister 7 Mrs James Sawyers and little daughter Grace left Tuesday to join her husband in St Petersburg Florida Mrs L W Farmer and two chit dren left last Tuesday for St Peters s burg Florida where she will join t her husband t husbandMrs Mrs D K Kawlings and son r Dan Jr are visiting her h...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 September 1910

rrerra Jf 1 THE MIDDLES B OROUGII I m d Middlesborough Ky r THE MODERN HOTEL OF THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS Refurnished Throughout Finest Cuisine Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths T HE MIDDLESBOROUGH HOTEL Is In an Ideal location for THE i 1 a summer resort the nights are alwa s cool and pleasant Just below the hotel a short distance Is a largo swimming 8whnmlngI night Bathing suits can be rented at a nominal price Adja I cent is a mineral spring noted for its mediqiual qualities tor t moredc dc suitable place than the MIDDLESUORU6H HOTEL to spend the 1 summer jtjtjjtj t jjtjt The Orchestra at this famous hostlory consists of five pieces and the finest Musicians that can be had from Louisville En tertainments Balls and Concerts are given every night in the week Our rates are very reasonable to long or short term guests Come ComeJ T J W SMITH PROPRIETOR fr Ifi AT UPrize Offers from Leading Manufacturers B Book on patents Hints to Inventors Inventions needed H Why some inventors fail Send ro...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 September 1910

FfOONTAIN ADVOCATE < ll I t ti + ° Y Entered as BcooniMflnM Matter IMcUr Febivnrr jnth IflOJ it the PoitoflloO nt IJnrbourvillo Knox County Ky under Act of Con roM of March 3rd 1879r V V j i 4 t t Mirmh iiiVB Fdit pun FHIBNOS Do TUB OHKATRST AMOUNT or Moon WB OAN TO true LAnnrar NUMUBH OK PKOPLR I 1 f 4C J1lit Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1910 Seventh Year Vol7 No 3t Y < d ii 0 The Louisville > Horse Show k r t6enoin Treat FprThose Who dT rj Love fine Horses lr ti r1h Louisville Horse Show this t will afford a enuine treat to year win iiiiuiu ti genuine tikui n v those who love fine horses and ex citement It Will be held in the splendid Armory building having a seating capacity of more than I 10000 each evening during the week commencing Monday October 10th Heretofore the exhibition has been made up of fine horses dI elusively but this year there will be on innovation r Miss Lucille heI I hall and sister Miss Mildred Mul linllof Ok...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 September 1910

0 ttbe floutttain Bfcvocate 6 I Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky r m 1 XBUMd M SeoondClAM Matter February 19th 1904 at the Posloffloe a t Barbourrlll Xy under Act of CongreM of March 3rd 1879 I I tD WILL CLARKEDITOR AND PUBLISH i y N 4 Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to everybody f I 114 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone King up Central and ask fpr number You will then be connected direct with this office if ou have The Camp Ground Telephone service 1 4tion A f The Official Organ of the Republlcaa Party In Knox Coknty I wK Republican Ticket I I h + For Congress r Hon Caleb Powers OF KNOX COUNTY tPOWfRS VS BERTRAM o It is somewhat amusing to read the scarelieadlinea of the Post and Times in their frantic effort to bolster up the Democrats and C induce somo disgruntled follow withh f them when they proclaim that iT Powers is not in Congress yet and insinuate that there is a z likelihood of his defeat z There is possibly...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 September 1910

Iv = jji r IQTAJNADYOCAED VtD W CLARK EINK c trti f rrnc t s ntBARBOURVILLEr KENTUCKY C f r tJDSonl QNI PW9 III ti j ORO y 1 tf lit advdece 100 i = f c I J r + 1 peRSONALS 11 g UI k 1 I tA gfffiii rn y 3at 3et8 EEEeE t Mrs J C Tinsley is on the sick list this week V Iv i AY fet Hudson attended the Knox Vville xposi Fridayr tf1J Ca pt John L Powers nodeto 1 it business till tti IViIIiamsburg the f first of the week 111 t i 4Mr < Cunningham yi Richmond was the guest of Miss Ella Smith I T I last Saturdays Miss Buster of Straight Creek was the guest pf Miss Ella Smith lost Friday and Saturday D Ben Dishman Jr has returned to Providence R I to resume his irstudies in Brown University c Mr ad Mrs George Smith visit f ed his parents Mr and Mrs JI pptliuber Sinith I the latter part of last week r J i IW G Gray was down from War ren Sunday to spea little while with his little ones in the family of Seph Moore piSeph nr Caleb Powers Ile ublkaa Hon C f owers Republican 1 nominee for Congres...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 30 September 1910

rt t THE MIDDLESBOROUGH x MIDDLESBOROUGHMiddlesborough Middlesborough Ky THE MODERN HOTEL i OF THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS Refurnished Throughout Finest Cuisine Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths HE MIDDLESBOROUGH HOTEL is In an Ideal location for THE a summer resort tho nights are always cool and pleasant Just below the hotel a short distance is n large swimming pool where guests can take n plunge at any hour of thu day or night Bathing suits can be routed at a nominal price All l a cent is a mineral spring noted for its medicinal qualities For nice quiet homelike surroundings you cannot select a more t suitable place than the MIUDLSUGHbUGII IIOTEl to spend the summer c c C C c C C C C C The Orchestra nt this famous hostlery consists of live plows r and the finest Muslc1tt that can be had from Louisville En S tee taintnet1ts Balls and Concerts are given every night In the week Our rates are very reasonable to long or short term guests Come J W SMITH PROPRIETOR r k I1TTS Prize Offers from L...

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 October 1910

t 7JTvw t y f r 4 rT t s u 1 f > 7J r If oc Ii si > Enured AI 8e00Rd C1aie Mat4er PrtclT Felnarv 1Bth1904 ateho POIItotlce at Rarbeurvlllo Knox County Rr uDder Ad of CoI1KlC8t of March ardlm i I h S MUW0i MVH FOR OUR ITKIRMDO IN Tire GBBATBHT AXOOKT or GOOD WE HAH to THE LAitamr NUUBKR or PEOPLE I i cry IOO Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 I9K Seventh Year Vol 7 No 34 mV6i N 1 FSP I srv f Received by Mr Perry Cole jj Assistant State Mine Inspector 5K 1 jl t Iio vMr Perry tbtaA8BiBiant State Mine inspector of this city in iforms the Advocate man that he hag received two complete sets of oygeri helmets and other fix tures for use by rescue parties in I 1 event o mme disasters suchas gas or dust explosions or mine tfire 1 t We understand this to be of great benefit to the mining in i dustry and will prove a decided tt improvement over the old way r > of rescue work Mr Oole informs us that with the use of the helmet aparatue ft is possible for men wear...

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 October 1910

q t le Dountam Bovoeate published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky BetereU SecondClass Matter February 10th 1V04 at the loltoIDce at Darboume1 r under Act ot Confess of March 8rd 1879 r i k 1DWILL CLrARK wwEDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription RAtos 100 per year in advance to everybody h I 1 4 Is the number for thoso desiring to conununicute with this office by phone King up Central ard ask for number You will then bo connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 I c The Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County I tZL Republican Ticket I I v For Congress PowersI y L OF KNOX COUNTY LL < OUR NEXT CONGTESSMAN f i There is only four more weeks until the agony will be over with rthe Democrats who have worked k themselves into a fever through 0 the newspaper reports that there i might be a possibility of a Dem at ocrat going to Congress from the t s Eleventh Kentucky District rF Those who really know the sit uation understand that Mr Po...

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 October 1910

7TL1 1a ty Irly 1 P Iv 1 rt r v r Yr I 1 rse t 7 fIii a I Rr i 1 JW I 1c I I TO QUIT if tE r 4 r IJ 4 ra r Ij B US i 1Iha l > decided to close out my entire stock of Clothing Shoes and Gents Furnishings regardless of Cost 1 j j b BEGIN L LLL LJIILLL ING Saturday October 8thv f 54II = e ZJ Wt i i J J 1 f and Continuing Until My Entire Stock is Closed Out t jTr P t XN evc More have the people had such a splendid OPPORTUNITY to buy goods atFr h z > their own price as this will afford S < < < I x Ii Everything Goes at Prices at and Below 7flj WHOLESALE COST i l I pirst Come First Served Do not wait until the Ill I Ill t j IiJtJf l y vH II 1I Stock has been Culled Over JJ t < t ii r l But Come in and secure what you need while the Stock is full and complete 1 it W e Mention Only a Few Prices TQ Show How Cheap l r j I f > I r tl il We are Selling Our Goods = Y I J l I jr J ti < CLOTHING j Suitssold fofi8oo now 1148 J IUI l > > 1500 now 948 fj 1 i Ik 1 I t t t...

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 October 1910

YMMi S Tr11E TMDDLESBOROUlEMHdlesborough N MHdlesborough Ky THE MODERN HOTEL OF THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS Refurnished Throughout Finest Cuisine Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths w t THE MIDDLESBOROUGH HOTEL is in an ideal location for a summer resortthe nights firo always cool and pleasant Just below the hotel a short distance is a largo swimming pool where guests can take a plunge at any hour of tho day or night Bathing suits can be rented at a nominal price Adja cent is a mineral spring noted for Its medielnar ualltios For nice quiet homelike surroundings you cannot select a more suitable place than the ill LE5 UEUUt1RIf NOEL to spend thd summer Jl oC c I I C JC I oC I The Orchestra at this famous hostlory consists of five pieces and the finest Musicians that can bo had from Louisville En tertainments Balls and Concerts are given every night in the week Our rates are very reasonable to long or short term guests Come ComeJW JW SMITH PROPRIETOR f I I TYEI f GEORG VV TYE LIVERY LIVERlFeed...

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 October 1910

h jiI t tI I I F h ij + Ii 5 > w 3F ° I 4f + boa ter Fr1MP Fdtnltu19tk1pll4at the Voetotfeu at Ilerbnurvllk Knox County Kyy under Act of Congress or farCh 3rd199 3L y 4ic t t x > t 1 111x LOVE FOROnnfItt 4D6 DO T E URb TNA3 onzfr1 or Goon Wt IAN TOru i AROYBr NUMBER Dr PEOPLE y 1Tn A N L Nn i 45y n S L1T rAdvance i t t BAKBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER r I11910 Seventh Year t ViiNd 35 Ar 7 y m m fIrli 1 H 4 f C88rV ttr < e t ar r x r4 ProperlySelected and vt Compensated City and j 7 County Health w i Officers flf 1Itci I JI 4k i f t II t W f fByJ HPv N McCormack Bowling M k Green Kentucky tJyJ i ° rDuring the past year as has been 3P ° done biennially for several years the Sif State Board of Health sent a circu i flar letter to each of the 3605 physi x i cans making inquiry of the number itoj cases of sickness and deaths oc 4 curing in their practice during the previous twelve months from eight r t irof the leading preventable diseases I i The replies arc not so full and...

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 October 1910

J > rk1ik1rr < i t f1i T 1 i t 7 H til it 1 oi tM r > 1 1 2 J j j J i1t I t JJ < i u11I L tISctntan t4oc tc isi4 Rr4L N 4H49iI6 Mitee FebrftryIt 1904 fttte PO1Ofldazbo11I Ky under Aetof Oeng4i oan ± ird iThJ 1 b PUNLISIE SubtriptRato1OO p car invanco to 3rybod 1 tJ4 ViththIs this uic61 > y phone Eihfcup Control afd ask rbr number You will then be connected direct with this office if youhavoThoCaaip GroundTolephonoservico r 14 IThe Official Organ of the Republican v Party j itfuKabPCrtnty > l iLLL vI 1 U t i 11 Republican Ticket p I L iNl For Congress I ti1t fe HonCa1eb PocI1 4 I OF KNOX COUNTY Ii I NpVSPAPER COMMENTS CON 4 i fcERNlNG THE CANDIDACY OF oiffioM CALEB POWERS AND IIJjlQ OTLic CAREER INlPOL i 7IiICS 1 I Lrltt t nx Sypacusc Nev York Herald jCalebvP6w6fV wnrt J wa in4prrs > 9n J br eight years charged + with 41 comphJi i f nlvrdje be1 I J atori Qoebel lias klshown that he ° c Cfucome UacK and with a ven < > gence tj i l I The Times St Louis Mo Mr ...

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 October 1910

RSOUIRYILL kENTUCK e lIox 1i j F osrYr 1 lto I u I LI r n r Around k TOWK t ttW Baker returned from Knox YilkTtteedsytnoreing I FLL Hatton made a ibtisine a g trip to Corbin Wednesday r Tlleelde t daM htI of lln and td Mrs W t R Lay iequtteill f k 1 f Jaunea B Howard of Jiouisville waeie town last Sunday afternoon i < 3 Mrs H L Hatton visited Mrs J tSt vcrs in Corbin last Wednesday Hon Eugene Asher of Pineville was in town Wednesday on busi new newJ i J B Stivers and wife of Corbin visited relatives here the first of the week J S Miller and wife made a shop j ping visit to Louisville the first of f the week Have you seen the beautiful line of fall and winter goods at Herndon Tinsleys Yo TinsleysMrs L Mrs Jesse D Tuggle entertained the Ladies of the W C T Uat her bome on Knox Street last Friday r evening eveningUncle Uncle Logan Runyon was a visitor in Lexington Monday and Tuesday attending the State meeting of the L 00 F Herndon Tinsley have just re turned from the market with a ...

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 October 1910

i J j I1 1 t yc I7 k 1 1 171 17i11Aj I 1 r a t 41 F t3 I s i x r 1 1 sr 01 s IIYIIZsh r r w r E s 1 7 f t 7 VXIr k l FrI 4 i A IW r I I T d q r o rf t rl ri4r 4r J y J 4I sr 1 I r i I Y l I 1 ir We will < i I return them next r Thursday October 20 i C I j 1 1 w r M o Iml u E have long heard of Barbourvilleas being the brightest cleanest busiest most progressive 1Mountain Mountain town in the Cumberlands so we have bought some splendid acreage almost in the center of town and are subdividing it into choice building lots In order to get the atten = nm tion of every home = seeker and investor we have decided to hold a Fe r i 11 1 Spectacular Auction Lot SaleSIT t > I > A Thursday an d Frii dll n t I I fioT l Jf It I I t 4 II K October 20ay f it P S 4s I M e 1I i l 1 L q tj 1 r t 1 I Jv r 5 Brass Band Both Days > t 2 i l Daylight Fireworks Balloons iJ The Jolliest Auctioneer in The United States y 1 iI t1TVo Free LotsFree Cash I s f 4 7 X f v I C l Merchandise Prizesw J I 4l...

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 October 1910

tler te ISW7 1 r ADVOCATE t t w 1 F s I Entered as BocondClnsa Mnttor Frldav Kebiuary IBth 1004 at the Iofltotllco nt llartwurvlllc Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 + I I am MU11OtidWE 101t OUR I IIiENDaDO Tne OItEATEAT AMOUNT Or GOOf AYE rAN TO Till LAltOt t1T NU1lIJm 01 ProrL1 > IKf Terms 100 Per Year in Advance BAKBOURVILLEi KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1910 Seventh Year Vol 7 No 36 t0J 7i BARBOURVILLE a I Bids Pair to Double Her Population Within a r Short Time 4 Bowman Realty Company has Inaugurated Boom That J Will Have Wholesome Effect on Entire Town v ss rter For almost seven years we have urged that steps be taken to in r crease the growth of Barbour V ville and bring factories into our t = midst but that question that al ways confronted UR was that there was no land available that those who owned the land would not sell it and as a consequence no S site could be secured That problem has now been solved and l r the obstacles all removed The Bowman Rea...

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 October 1910

tcbe Abountan Bfcvocate Published Every Friday at Barboucville Kentucky l Entered at 8econd ClaM Matter February 19th 1004 at the lotol1lco at llarbourvllle Ky under Act ot Congress ofMareh 3rd 1879 D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to everybody 14Is Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone King up Central tird ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if youhaVoThoCamp Ground Telephone service 14 ITYr p County I Republican Ticket I J For Congress t > VjHon Caleb Powers V1 OF KNOX COUNTY Is r e Mountain Echo after reo Vg such a crushing defeat did at the hands of Mr s is now carrying his name + trade head of its editorial col umn and at the same time hurl ing at him all the vile mean slanderous epithets that it is possible for it to conjure up Although the Goebelized Dem ocracy of Kentucky with 100 000 of blood money was unable to fasten the charge of the mur der of Sen Goebel upon...

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 October 1910

fxcid MIDI T RdC i it t v Wi w itn r THEM MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rl D W CLARK KDITOR < t w BARBbURVILLE KENTUCKY 3 4 HUBtJCIUPTION advance1U OHO Year In advance or 100 I Ee b 9 i9 ilEm be4t8E tv a avcRSOrtns If Around Town si t m m MItEEEEEiEEEEEeEeJ r i si W H McDonald and wife visited PW 1 SjnCorbinlast Sunday t Charles Gole spent several days ctl is week in Louisville > Mrs Orban Miles of Corbin visit ved relatives here several dabs last A veek fy Charles Curd was here Sunday t from Williamsburg callidg on his best girl I < Have you seen the beautiful line off b I ml andwinter goods at Herndon r Tinsleys i o C McClung and family were t down last Sunday from Klys visit ing relatives here Mrs W C Childers and daughter Georgia are visiting her parents 1 f Mr and Mrs Joe Berry 4 t fo Tom Smith returned from Goose 4 < Creek last Monday after a weeks 1 v stay enjoying the smiles of his best girl The well selected stock of goods at Herndon and tinsleys is a blend ing of clegence ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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