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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 28 April 1911

r t r. to r Zhe ftottntain Hbvocate Published Every Pritlny at Barbourville, Kentucky. Maku Mimi likta Easy Fnloreit .Vmnil '! Mill, t Trlinmry Hill. lwt m l'ic iM-ii.llUriii IWrhttiirvIll, Ky., ttmlor An of rniigrv of Miivli .ml li.ti. D. WILL CLARK, EDITOR AND PUBLUHKR. Subscription Usite: fl.OO poryenr in advance to i-venbody. 14 Is tlu number for ilio-n1 dt'sirinjj to rnmiuuuicnto with tliirt olliuo by phone. King tip Central ai d lisle for number. You will then bo connected direct with this i)llico,if ju)iihue The(tiup( itnind Telephone M'rvice. 14 mi The Official Organ of the Republican Parly In Knox County. ) There its nothing that add? so much to tiie t'oninioroiul value of any community as docs ('mod KoiuK Willi good roads, even if the dsstance is farther, the time and energy aod will more than repay tor the cot of building POWDER Convention Called The Republican of Knox Counh nrc hereby called to meet in mas? convention nt the Court house in Ilnrhnurville, K'y., on Saturda...

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 April 1911

SS -. .-.'. t "Chick" Decker mnclc a business trip to Flat Lick Tuesday. Sec the new nntl np-tn-dnlc spring line of skirts at Del he rage's. A new line of men's neckwenr nnrl linc jutU received nt (tibson's. ' H. I), (ioldcn is placing a fence in (.mid ins .1111111 rureci properly, i Miss Coin ItiiiOonl. t,( koslnnil, was in this city Monday shopping. Don't fail to visit "remnant coun ter" wlirit in t lie (iihson Co', store. WANTIiD-A wife, nt Union CI lege Chapel next Saturday evening. A swell line of the newest articles in ladies' r.cck wear nt the (iihson Co's. Don't miss the first circus of the season nt Hnrbourvillc next Mon day, i he first. (lo to V. II. Kethcrnge's to get something new in skirts nil colors, izcs nnd kinds. K. M. Stntisbnry -men I a lew thus with his family here the first of the, week. Wnllncc Onstirtfnn, of Middles-f horo, was a visitor here Wcdncxlnv ' nnd Thursday. J, C. MelV-e, or Louisville, iepr-' 'seating tjie Louisville Herald, w. is in rowo vesiirihu ...

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 April 1911

T --."nv t. f I t.-Jwi , . STOPPED THE LEAK." Daring and Ingtnlout Work by Nr- 1 waglan Skipper. The inoat utriking method cvftr uWiscd h top a vowel' leak was that which originated in tho fertile brain of a Norwegian master of n bark Jlying the Norwegian flag. hh TCMel, the Flora, bound for Cane Town, eznerienced such tor- rifle weather in the bay of Biscay that Bho was obliccd to lio to for obliccd to lio to for Bix days. In tho buffeting that tho bark received she sprang a leak ami began to takn in water at tho rate of six inches nn hour. All hands wero kept at the pumps day nnd night without intermission. As tho galo abated, the bark drovo before it into calmer seas. Tlio captain found that tho leak was getting worso, so he set liis brains to work. lie constructed a great waterproof canvas bag, six teen feet long, six feet in circum ferenco and two feet in diameter. This ho kept distended by means of hoops. A window of glass was let into the side, five fc.-t from the bottom. Tho...

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 May 1911

VPPffigpinuiv ii . j wwagppwipjl 1ESMTWM fctf f?' 3 , JK& .. -( Gs &fty. -. v" r'H - i .5 ?4jf7n ' " 'Vif aw 71 f V- j lis flairs a a waw i.Blio3R stl THE FOUNTAIN ' r iM'iJn.tl ... i. in Me! lril ...i f.lKII nuumn ' 'iRntfrorf tldnfMiKknAJHklM Frl.toy. KohrinirV inth. KM! lit tho IWnitirr m lUnmuriillr1 int Cimnlr. Ky.. Tinier Art of Cmrrrsnf Mmrli 1r.l, lr. . i.. . '',ffj,4.,vyhM (inn KiiirNi.-li Tun r,..mT.T Avofrvr ... nodi. v r, t.i th r.fl. J An M 7al ttrn or ,lMm,,;""'"' (143 .KM.! r-'fak - ;.f Terms: $(.00 Per Year In'AWfttffe'.-1 "VMJ ' u l ' BARBOURVlLLE, kGlNTUCkY, l-RIDAY, ;M'ffi5, 1911 I ' I 43 K.i. f Jim 14 l r - K JStr Vol. VIII. Noi IS T-r-Pcrrr cr-t r HARMONIOlJP J- mi a i t O ' .GONFLTniON - 3 'V:.. r ,fv . r I 1 1 1.4. .1 t I i , ' I'r.'ir) -i .( i i u, .1 "' i& JlilsK- f - jTiys.w, ' t w . .Jk . Of Rn?;rfen'' VV5HftmmSSffiH .SK,-ijcftJsarti Pjiiffyi n;y . ana iamea-iieBaKSrote-fr , . . I 1 w (-- .w 1 l . T. i ...- .J fl . I :V 1--- T lit An. im lllii ...

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 May 1911

jbe fountain Hfrvocate tibtishcd Every Friday at BarfootirvHIc, Kentucky. i ntf-reil Swirtiit-CUm Matter Trltutt llth, lwu at 0f- l'otitlr l Mfmff Ilk, ., unilfr in f l'nnrvM of Murrli 3nl 1971. DITOR AND PUBLISH!. WILL CLARK,-- - f J Sutmcriiition Ihites: $1.00 per year In advance to everybody. 4 Is the number for those desiring to communicate with - m, this ollico by phone. King up Central ai.tl ask for number. You will then be, connected direct with this I li ollice,if vouhHve'rhet'rtUipftiouudTelophoneservicc. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE mi m&mmKM The Official Or(a ol the Republic. ttrly la k'aox Coaly. We aro glad to note that the sentiment in Knox county is rowing in favor of Good Knadts. We have heard more penplo disc ussing the proposition since our meeting at IMnevillo a few day bood Roads Sentiment ce than over before and - . j mi" at our vui iiiv .iuiiui- t Growing in Knox , ,. , . ,- lias called a mass meet nip f, our citizens at the Court house on next Court day to discuss 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. — 5 May 1911

.aj!-! i- uiiininaiiinii in in ihhi rifnrrm :""' "'ti l iiii '") 1 1 y;y,Miif ujiwe i i i i gjpyiipippff ej v -rr ! wtfwiewsVKvKitf SSSsSgglg HHHrvvvnHVHMKvvrMv'Hivii)vvHvirvBvi(aBarTiriiirviiirftyvnHH-vMMTH MASS MEETING lHv """'"' i II "l ;' i'lt'- il ii n riMiiH I i II ihiiij m mi n m, ii , , EI . "1 H laME Vw VVV H Wfl ' ir I T m T "m J-"-! M K'"K It tr w r -r Ife" f 1 x Z 1 w w P. "A ''A ,- -nA M sfl m- f: V 4k 1 1 jf ft! S X -X ' Hf,v . I fttt&Siftt&t 3 Who Was There That You Knew? IN ttio shadowy ranks of those who marched to defeat or death or victory fift) years hro In tint mighty con 11 let that convulsed this p,rcat nation, Is there fjllar or ri.imltatlicr or untie of your? Would you like to ate a photograph of Jihn In th a l,)iu ,1 day of Ma youth a photograph that he neer knew was taken' I'tiliips a l hi show you one; and in any cj.sc, u tan (ill joti storv, Mtranner tli.iit a ty iletettbe fiction, of 5,500 priceless ihotoKrjphs that Mere lost ami ur' fouii 1 aga...

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 May 1911

jrJJ(HEKr' ' - W J!k W ' Tjwrr - ibvt iBBas-TBBBaBBBBm t bbl u a. l m r. iuihm'wiw.iviiu - t ibi .-k... PEPVS, THE DIARIST. A Rlly Abl Mnn In Spit of Hit, Mania Far Gottip. Tho wonderful Hung nboilt Mr. ropys is that a mnn nlionld sue- cccd in makiilg himself seem so in- significant when really ho must liavo Icon n mnn of considerable characlor and attainments. Who would guess it who reads all these trivial comments of what ho h inane domestic moro intcrcs lvrt 'I no cirect left unon i I . . t.. is of some tunqtio character in a play, fussypjf conscious, blnster ' ing with women, timid with men, r o --.-- .. ...--, r dress proud, plirsc proud, trimming , in politics, ami m religion a garni- lous cossin 'immersed always in irillCS. l by was vntrrl rivil i!Vnnt. nn plnniipnf. nr. ator, an eicolwnt writer, a capable .v..v.....P..-......v...vr-. musician and a ripe sclmlar who no- cumulated 3.Q0O vohuue-i-,i larse privato library in those das and had the publte spirit to Imvo them all t...

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 May 1911

EfM r . 4 . TUPS PPillMyyj) . ' , "! , y ifriiiA .-??' - Mountain advocate. Entrrcil m Mneoml-Clin Mdttnr Frlilnr. Keliniarv KM h. lull nt the IWoiIIpp nt llAi-lmurvlllrt. Kmi v Oimntf. Kr utifer Act f CenrrMt of March 3rd, IIT1. Morro: f.tvr Foil (n Fhiknds Do Tub (Iiikatfst amount nr (loon Vk Can to tiik t.AitnrsT Uvnnr.n or Prorr.t. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. 13 PiRMHHBPRHHHB' qrog,' -. I W THE Tj.oHHDt' r JflHEBI' Terms: $1.00 Per Year in Advance. candidates who espied to the posi tion ns the are nil good men, hut Mr. Onrrctt seems to he especially fitted for the plucc and will draw much strength to the State ticket (his fall. IU 1HK M fi fiftRRETT jQHp Nominated on 15th Ballot hLKy forRailroad Commis- LLLLLLHfc r 3H sioner or imra Br District XV. Most Enthusiastic Convention IHT ever Held in District IffHi' ::-x "The Country Editor" i Last Thursday afternoon at the Opera House in Paris the Republi cans of the Third Railroad District nominated Ho...

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 May 1911

': V i-X. Tt tCbe fUbountain Mbvocatc ' m's'tw substme -i 'feiEw barber shop . . . . . - - t Published Every Pridny at Hfjrbotfhn'i , inic.,v I fnttrnl on " '"I ( i " xl '" i ' ml ' i' rulii K nurr O. WILL CLARK, KM A 'U i I 1 I.F ?9l "vi Subscription Hntin: Jjl.W per .vear -dy J s IstluuuimborfnrtlMmi(l"rmt-MMnii,nti. wll .m 1 l this ellieo by phone, King HP tfMrtrgl.pi rj , I ' 1 1 Lb number. Vou ill then l enniuvte 1 rTt -vtn c i . ollne.if oiihne riieCmnptiio.ia.rJi" ll" efvfc.v , - sffiSSft TlieJWi i Jal Orn )! lh KtpnMlenn Party If M fit. A5i M PiWDER A vrm i comparison of a few of Ihe Republican cohiMk- with a like number of leinocratio counties oT tlut.iteh to then -, " . population in tlu lasl iMMKUM uud tin Comparison ' . ,. . , ,, . . , r , total vote cu t in t!i 1 1 ' iifM.I. ntiiil Advantageous 4,,.rtiot, ttii pr, u. , lW t.nrmu.ded To Republicans mcn that if tin- Republi. .n i..ni.tu will get out then 'tc a well as the DciiuhtuIic in.iiilio. dn their, the State will jj...

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 May 1911

wKFHK WWisVJKY "i , i. MMIHMnHBPHrEVn9HKT 4ETSSBSIHnW!a WlJIWh w .' V. Kft :-? n'V'-' V. Jst. " M , m ' m . i? L. fri'i 'VflSi . Sfn. a T m 1 I im "V 'T '-'I wTTTT F ' v HF V V v v i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -l" 15. Cr-- v jJSA'v Lmmjjh ifefesgai jj'JAi-Jaiaiijuin iip,i3fflfftr . - mdg3j ffl If -inn inrn iiiii i ii i " 1 I ' I i I i " - i ii i Mi. itinl Mrs A W. Ilnfifirr mt, j TWH PMrSWril Hlnflle Klllrif among the mit nf-lfiwii ffwl t i ' the Woodson Mnfirr wrdfl njj m ir Wlf 'i '.ti Ins tn tin? l"Ckuf I lat Lick, witd n in in hrc fn In, Tovn -Who Was There That You Knew? IN the shadowy rank of those who marched to defeat or death or lilory fifty years ago in the mighty conflict that convulsed this great nation, Is llicro f ithcr or Rrandfather or uncle of yours? Would jrou like to nee a photograph of him in th it long ago day of his youth a photograph that he ncter knew wjh takui? l'erhaps we c!Tn show you one and in any case, we can tell on ,i itory, stranger than any detective fiction, ...

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 May 1911

MfiMrW11-1 '"' -wpv I Mlll . ' ' "' " "W pi ji PMMf'WJT I I WWHiJIIIMi'JlM1 . SWML1 Jl MWBB ""H 1W MMiPLLl It Efl ELABORATES THE PLATFORM Hi UPON WHICH HE ORIGINALLY ri f . ANNOUNCED HIS CANDI DACY FOR GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY. OPENING CAMPAIGN SPEECH Standi His Ground on Tobacco Ques tion Ue Plain Spoken Words on County Unit BUI Asks What's the Matter With Old Kentucky. i Judge Kdward Clay O'Rear opened bin campaign for the Republican tiom illation for (loveruor of Kentucky in I Hit address nt llopklnsville, in which' bo elaborated the views brlelly out l lined In bio earlier formal announce-1 Incut, lie spoke to n treat Rather I ut of citizens ot Chrlsiau and adjoining counties In which nil political ele mmits were represented. .Iinlue O'ltear began by pointing out the folly ot confusing Slate and na tlunnl politics and injecting Into the campaign in Kentucky this yeat k tpicstlons that nilglii properly be' raised In a I'lesldcntlal contest litvolv lug nil the Slates. He paid tribute ...

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 May 1911

ADVOCATE. Knlftixl im Mtmml IJlim Mrtiii.r I'rlil ir. IVIirn irv lutli. lull t tlio I'lHtiiUlii- nt lUrlimimllo. Kimx County. Ky.. unier Act of Cnnw nf .Marth 3nl, IK. Mtl 11 !;-- t.lVI' I'llil lllMI I'lllHNIlS IIO TllR (llO'.ATimT IWlll'NTIII (lllllll Wr ('AN Til TIIK I.AIIIImUt Nl'UHrM lf I'HM'tT. WV Ter in: U. )() Per Year in Advance. .liAUBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. hi M E2r5v iMsewu1' W l. m JBRZ? mm rwwiir 1 -x 1 KJ CHARLES DAVIS Wins Grefct Junior Sufla- mor'e'.s Stump Over oil Opposition Second Tunc Ho tors 'Have Come to Iclioiipitotilos Tribe wit.lin Tour Yeors Another Great Sin's session o' the ' Great Cniiiii'il ol Ktitue cv Red Men , uas oecn neiu ami me wnru 01 tic (ist year reported, new ollicers elected nnd the chieN relumed niiin to scout the direst lor more pali -faces that thov nine he captured. I.'ist Tuesday mill Wednesday. foA Mav the Dili and 10th. the Grent i oitncil lire was kimlleil ii tie charming city o( Owensboro, when hhnut f...

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 May 1911

jfcliiiui iwuli mlinii t ii i ntmmmtrmmmtmmimMimtmmm0mmmmitmmmmimmmmmiiim ai imMKc n 11 i . iihnOt'1WWHBWwWf i ' n nv iv.a .i ii'i i in . i ii .. ...,u u i j-f.) u lii . miri nr nr rf in ' r m- " tlvraailMflilliaaanaMaaaaaaaM REW J3ARBER SHOP ' FPflfB - ' - " .. T" be jflfcountain Bbvoatt rnblisliml Every Prlclay at Barbourville, Kentucky. ttt "0 11 1 'li Mil r r i-rmry llh. lw al thr I'.nf.iillr nn.lr At of Cma-wi" of Mirrli aM .L QkAK, EDITOIl AND PUULI3HER. rcau of Apr Ilnwd Im a I Kin t lost hrr wind in icvi-nt r.im lint lie in at ill spright ly uml mvimiim as the average mnii at To. lie inn millet liy imJe ami attend ln lit (lv water null nn Law- re I Pork ol l.ri.m irtxk iiihI doe nil I He cm n gi Hiding for hia imulHirs. In hi tdih lite lie was a great deer mint, i .mil lint killed hundred of them mi In-" liiimc count.! Imt now lie su- tlic game is ib. nit nil gone lexcipt a lew-squirrella, but, m 1 In, "1 i'n n itill kill one of tin ii ihuint even shot with my rifle '' lb .t...

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 May 1911

umiw 'IT1"1 ' " HHBra7Tr ' &' - - tf-----K-Fil mtiLz i WV & .ZJSI Hi Vkk 5 . 'MUV , . guy 7V9wr& vwrrrr Tffmw P . PERSONAL W LOCAL 1ENTI0NINGS ' 1 Joftl topper, of Wilton, is spending the wick with home folks here. f Mi? Hat tic Stnnsbury IS t llC guent l her sister, Mrs. , M. Roll. ' . ! Bionfc j( Tlicplnte Health Olliccrjjnvc nnt t, , "Tn'verv' (iivnrlile r port niter hit viit .... :.s icre this week JVn4 Hveryli.idy gel ready for the re f " ceptiiiu ol the l.ouisvillj Commercial Chili next Tuesday. . Miss Maud McKochiin, ol Corbin, vnst the guest ol .Ji-st Myrtle Cole the lirM of the wiek. Mist Milliard Kowlaud returned home the liit of the week following u visit to hit-nils- here. Dr. and Mrs. James I). Iliad; en tertained the Senior Class of Union College Tuesday evening. John lleusou arrived Thursday from St. I'eterslmig, Fla., and will visit home lurks for a few days. "T No service at the Christian church 1 next Sunday morning. livening ser , vice will begin promp...

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 May 1911

,. ...jdfaaattaaiataMataaaaaarifasaaam I Will MIIIHI I iWWIMIIMllll II !! .H--. iil.l,lii....lllfiSS fetomtttffATot In (ho North Paclfio Ocean and f nd ths Shilling That 8lp John Htr ' mltlybW.kiflMlfyi(U)an(k1 .H Joes Down B.269 Fathoms. tchel 8et Spinning. W .......... l !..... 1..1 i CotVntloHtHsiriW k V ll JIMP in-t-ll Muiuueii in Jull directions with modern ice, mill t'n'i . founJiiirtA What the flo.u . Mil I f JrfJ :ttS Of AM"! rttliMll.lt Ulg .il.Ut Biyc 1?il 8"&fet U nn awr.icc dentli of nbo II. r In J ..-kcd lint frionil .ji yrfnftjn k;rr'lrT.ilioUinHlm.domH M..lkil nari.tnlii rmtUH'itMirSfiblri or i"iif'i rre niiihrr u w 4n mtmm i 'IHfrtiMftrt i iirMFmniypiiomnitiiv n (uinniitiir'n llniimitricl TrniinilfinlM. HANDBOOK iml'iiiMiU iJ D fir 1 rrnl frr. umoM irMf j iiirmiwiigiMrni. ftrr fiir iimuriiiiriDAl I llPTII IHrn IIIIUIINII .Mini r. -: &.....: i. .'. r i ,) uitykMj , )Q YEARS , MMBBBBaaBWBBHMaawaMNMWttsnfMMMhWMm OhBHH experience . rrsasE?3 "" r ' 'flssssssm Ii. ...

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 May 1911

frg&'r t-JCT MP" S-aJWlPft -W h'Sfc.'' ' f r- ' ' - 4 " if V JKS H '.'. , - s- J-. Jfcl. v. ijmm "' ii&v f. ' 4F" THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. il. ' Knli-rcrl in Nonuiil Cln-11 Mnlfnr I'rMnv. Pelinmrv I'llh. I'll nt tlio 1'intwtlr.i nf Hunt-inn illr Ktmx fount r. un-ler Aet of rnnrn-s or Mnrrh 3nl, lr.s. Mono I.ivk run oun I'limsiiK-Ixt Tin: Ohratkmt amui nt or (limn Wh i'nn to tun I.AHfliwT NvanpN or l-rot-i.r. Terms: $1.00 Per Year In Advance. ISAK80URVILLE, KENTUCKY, l-RIDAY, MAY 20, 1911 Vol. VIII. No. 15 !' 14 H .if . $ , J bsB ex LOUISVILLE BOOSTERS Visited Barbourville Where They Received Royal Welcome Dr. Ben L. Bruner, Principal Speaker, Pro nounced Our City the "Princeton of Kentucky" A GALA DAY Last Tuesday, May UIJ, was a day not tf Ik' soon forgotten liv many of tlu riticus of the highlands of Southeastern Kentucky, as well as by our neighbors from the metropo lis, wlui took occasion to visit us nn that day. Shortly befoie noon the Louisville Monsters' train, carrying...

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 May 1911

t&be fountain Hbvocate , Published Every ?:ridny at BnrbourvMlu, Kentucky. - lhatMho soliltorti noTflf taoleale any mi. neont night rluors. uvMwnce nf Un- Mtvln tuo countlwnrhcro theso night ri'i. in JlYr.l nnd end tndr work KnurMl m hi-.u. C Mil nit-li . r r-lnurr 11Mti, limi At the fint-'t'. i uf I'mwiw f March .r I n , WILL OLARK, CDITOIt AND PUBLI8HER. gtfbtrriplion Kntos: $1.00 per year In ndvtmi'o lo evorylxKly. 14 1 the numher for tho.-o desiring to eonnnuniaito with this effico by iIioiun King up Central tit d fik for number. You will then bo connected direct with tin fHRcc,if von hat ThoOunp (irouiul Telephone sen ico. The Official Orsnii of the Republican Party In Knox Counlv. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Commissioner of Agriculture. labor and Statistics compftrftUTetjr ftfrn1(ihl tldorD of hot own, tint h"Tins suffered gilovotisly at tho hands of tho lawless from oilier nnri Democratic counties. Tho mob rmiid-uot or would not mtppress thctn, . tlmt destroyed hor beautiful city ...

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 May 1911

w;pf mi mpf llHWK'f ,'!,'. .M "'', WJ X w-v ,W ' a . 1)15' At &:' ?-.! r P- iv. ', ."-ti b ir- .. flBBl KAf W . B k.L- rJRAAh.J " ii9 WW)WMMMMM)mMMH!)U PERSONAL LOCAL MENTIONINGsl Will Lcwnllen, of (cllico, spent Sunday here. TomStnllsworth.of Piitcville, was n visitor here Sunday. Mist Nan Hi ley is tlic week-end guest ol friends nt Corliin. , John Ktnufilt nml Guy Dickenson were in Corliin Wednesday. Mr. . A. MiDormott is in Ohio lliis week visiting telntives. Fred lleniliill toolpji the Cumi vnl nt Corliin Tuosifjjhiiglit. Miss l.'ini-o Icllnud, of I'ikesvillc, ft the guest ol Miss My rile Cole II lis week MU Mnud Forrester returned MonliAy from a shot t visit to her sister sit Koekhohl. Henry Sehwietcrs, of Louisville, was in town Wednesday mingling with his many Iricnds here. Miss Vestn Ingram, of Pineville was the guest of Miss Amuuda I.atnlidin the lirst of the week. A. W. Hopper is in Louisville this week attending the State Hoard Meeting of Funeral Dircptors. Jess Grego...

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 May 1911

a n SW3 Wwral ft. t . jr.i V v -X n 7W ilHMtHMIMMII wr"a Hfott'ftespoNDeNce i . INDIAN CREEK, jkfrtt. Jane Helton, is very ill at L iMt writing. Louis Helton, of Wil- 'UM Was calling on Miss Kncluel JfDiKpftport, last Siinilay. Misses .Campbell nnl Hiiiiiih Cooper, rrni ilayn in llnrjionrville ii I.itlm Hnjjle. lias j to her home, niter nttcinl fcm lire months' sh'IiooI course at 1taffyl&oril Baptist I ti t i t it t e. MHM W. ft. Kerc ami I. P. Camp- MI,Wtrin Hnrl.ourvillc.Sntnr.lay I rwttta attest of Mrs. Mnrv Cooiwr .. - fc . .. MNMhy. Hy. -W. . r,plKll, wife mid Mttefbtcr, Minn Atla Campbell, were ," t laHiourvillc, last Saturday shop- -.ping. Mi. "n1 3,Irs- w- J- I'dto"1 "v ?Mta Wilton, Saturday nnd bun- J iy, gcta of Mr. and Mrs. Pat tWton.-Miw Lua Pourc, was a of Miss Emma Cooper, Sun. and Mrs. G. V. Umwn 4 Wind Corbin Saturday, the even- . . . .;,.. , y-thtr sister, Mrs. Neal Moore. I j.fCamphdl. w. callins on Mis Hm vainpiwn, unuay.-.Mr. ana a. . . .-Nimu were in wiuoii,...

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 June 1911

ry .iarT ,rr - ' "---' -j , t v v v . ' :. iW&q THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. -, : Entered ii MroonJCUn Mat tnr Prlilny. February Itttli. I'nil nf tho I'lutnim-ii nt. ItnrlKtiirvlllr Knot (Nmntr. K jr.. under Act of CnnrrrM of March 3nl, If.t, MOTTO: f.ivn Ton (inn Kiiik.num Ii Tnr. (lKTrHT Ahocit or iluoii Wk Can to this I.iuumt, Muslim or l'uri.r.. r -. $ HARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1911 Terms: $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Vol. VIII. No. 16' w?' n" ziyw Ar i'i w.. II 4 4 0 ,V .-'- t- ? rf! p '.' lV ; ?l DIXORATION DAY MiHinjly Observed by John 0. Eve Post No. 221 Citizens Joined in Making it a Day of Pleasure for Civil War Veterons Last Tutailny morning our city xvns all ablaze with Old Glory. A new liny limited from tlie ling stall on the Court house, while the bust ncss houses nnil many of the resi denies were appropriately decorated with lings and hunting. Promptly at i):.'IO o'clock the (iranil Army Post, under the com mand of Mr. Win. (inlden, formed n line of march in...

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