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Mountain advocate. (Barbourville, Ky.) 1904-1935, March 11, 1904, Image 3

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fit The croaking of the frogs remind
ulthat winter has past T 55
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y j lovcrs are blooming and soo n
j t air villb lAdenwith the 5yeet
o P fume of blossoms
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rare is peeping up and only needs
iW wa I dayst carpet mother
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r y Mr 1 Mt Scott of Columbia local
I editor of the Spectator paid tiiisof
fifte apleasant call AVedne8 < ay iafter
non
x ft The protracted meeting at 1 the
V UPtist churchi still contiriUes and
considerable interest is being mani
festcd irt it
he river has bas been at a good
stage this week and logs in f large
numbers have been constantly float
in down
ing < > <
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k < There are some bases of I Whooping r
fict
town Ampng therq the clinch of
i Mr and Mrs F D Sampson
Nt i
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BEd F Hurst has just installed a
handsome new refrigerator prcpnr
4atory to handling his lres mean <
during the coming summer
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l p The second quarterly t meeting df
i the Methodist church will be held at
London next Saturday and Sunday
Eld EB Hill will be present arid
prenchI
frenchThe
ivThe officials have purchased 50
carloads of limestone rock which
r they are now having spread upon
the streets which will make them
f in fine condition d
r
J fc David Bard Son of Louisville
occupy large space in the ADVOCATE
his week to ten of their fine millin
s cityv
v + from here wil find it to their interest
wom
+ to call upon them
jO
i Dan H Williams the well known
wad popular business man of this
city has Just opened a nCT Dry goods
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store and as he knows I the valuaqf
printers ink takes first page pOSItion
Ption
tion with us this week Mr WU
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N Hams is a man well khbSf and well
l 5 S iked by everyone and rye predict Tor
him flourishing business He
r shows his business qualifications by
i stating his advertisment at the same
time stars Ins bustnes
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eensevY
eral hundred dollars inyeJtecl its the
erection of a splendid < steel jjriflge
across Richland creek on the south
west side of town but it does no
one any good no approaches hare
been built and after you climbthc
abutments had cross the bridge there
you are out in a nice broad level
field with not even a signboard to
j tel vou which way to go Of what
I use is this bridge
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Baptist College Notes
iifci > v i f ni < r lOTHh t
fro Dower of Lpuisvit nttt end ed
J chapel geveralimorpings last week
Ve enjoyed his lectures very much
J hIS a source of exquisite pleasure oI
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1 cotnein touch with such noblemen 1
r Nev students continue to pour in I
tb Baptist College We arei in re
crfpt of letters from others who say
Jtli y will be in soon
r t Messra W C Elliott and 0 N 1
7 Prichard returned from William I
f liiirg Saturday and entered choo1I
Monday with us We are glad to I
h havethem We know I nox count y 4
r lyU no better young men than they I 4
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ill rhe society is q11ite ar U c c K o1 w
taer we adjourned Friday mgnTfor
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church after having had a rotMtug 1
I 1 PurlmwitHUry Drill Look out
tJl Cotwe are col tka j
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Rev jTT7 Stamper was in town
jMrs Morjday Pafk4TItUh I J tcLc I
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Mrs tra kTekchr i q eJ
this week < I
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Elysv
Sunday ntofhfng r < > < > > L i
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Uncle Ta for B yrJe 1sbti then
sick list this werlc
< Mrs DanA Johnson will move
IrittflMrriew residence oh hatreetl
abnutrApril 1st
John II Loycll of Four Mite J Vns in I J
town Wednesday and paid this of
ficea pleasant call w
It Rev H Y ijarviof Louisville
paid tntsoffice a pleasant1 fI t last
Fridaymorpmg
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Bi he Moore who has been in
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Chattanooga during the winter has1 I
returned to this city
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13 S Matthewsleft Thursday yes
terda5f morning fort Hot I I Springs J
healthS r I
9s F IJ WSampSollreturnecJ
FtLiandJ SampSollreturnecJ
Irt5tl1v ek fi9hta tyo > veekslbnsi
ness trip through Bell and Hnran
counties N
Dr 13 F Herndon left last Satur
day night to spend Sunday with his
wife who was visiting in Danville
They both returned home Monday
afternoon
afternoonW
W H Green bf Coalport was
a caller at this office last Tuesday
and informed us of the death of his
youngest brother whichoccurred at
Woodbine the night before
John R Bailey of Haijeys SwitchI
was a pleasrinb lalJerlafl hIS office
Wednesday afternoon and compli
nltntra the ADvjoqATE saving it wasI
decidedly the best paper ever pub 1
lisped in Barbourville Mr Bailey
while a Democrat is a big hearted 1
clever citizen and our country would I
be much better off if we had many
more such citizens as him
I
W H Moore who has been forI
several months in the South return
ed a few days ago Mr Moore will
probably be given the refusal of the 1
Chicnmatiga Parkas a site to oper I
ate his merrirgo round a sprit fa
miliar to a number of our soldier
boys who nre contemplating an exI
cursion tripto the old scene some
time during the coming ason
State News
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AJrs DV 11 Sanders of Franklin
diM while in a tof coughing I
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F E Hargrove of Graves county
fell dcnd nnii hofcQfhcar trouble
j W liuglieV prominent farmer
Washington county diedrom in
juries received in a runaway ttcci
r dent i1 S Mnl Gnither nior Jhe
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most popular young ocietr girls of
Harrodsburg died of appendicitis
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The oneyearold childof George
Wallingford was burned to death in
Fleming county by her clothes catch
ing from an open grate
Mrs T J Winn mother Repre
sentative K E Winn of Carroll and
I
Gallatin counties died Sunday after
a long illness aged 76 years
Allison Boyd the jailer of Tri < gl
county died this week sifter a stiort
38UBT
years of age ant leaves a widov and ii
four children
Ode man was killed and three oth
ers injured at the mouth of a tupnel
near Irvine by the derricK on the
car striking the supporting timbers
of the tunnel causing a cave in of
dirt and rock
In Owingsville Sam Miller a bar
ber went to the home of Charles
Green and calling him to the door
shot him in the face with a shotgun
tearing out one eye and badly lac
erating his face Both parties are
colored
L T HoYcrmale of Frenchburg
County Attorney of Menifce and
editor of the Agitator has purchased
the plant of the Bath County Mes
eager MOW defnsct and will move
the i pll t tpvFreBckbwrf where it
wilhbt ddtrld tpt t A rAtqrtt
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purchase anything in this line We ask you
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and by doing our own work ExperienceI
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Below Arc four styles selected at random from our 52page Spring Catalogue We are the Oldest Millinery House in the South t
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We stand second to none Positively no goods at retail + tr
iti The Most Extensive
5 Assortment of Millinery Goods of every description in the
4new wlU be found In our Warerooms Everything la
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Millinery
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exclusiveness beauty and style combined with the low iI
price which you will be able to offer will be the only sales Iit1
man ftecesuy f
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lf 300 They are selected by competent salesmen
partt
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make your selections and at the expiration of
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1SIii the HOTEL KNOX A t
Clean Towels and
Sharp Instruments
Poll to aud Courteous to all L
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Something that is Tender and Sweet there is no place in I
town where you can do so well as with
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tt11Ed F Hurst inI J v t I
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Line 0 f Fresh
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ITo the Citizens of Barbourville and the 01 i r JJ f I fj I
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II am fully prepared to furnish anything that can be found i
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in a Restaurant
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I FRESH FISH and OYSTERS kept all the time i
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Complete Line of V X 4J CZMC2S > than the lowest 1f
> Fresh and Clean > t4t
Bread Baked Daily Pies and Cakes Baked in a manner l
That Will Please the Most Delicate 6J1
Remember you can get Lunch at any time
Open from 6a m to 11 p m <
Come one Come ALL Your Patronage Solicited I
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NEXT DOOR TO THE HOTEL NO Xi
Everything New and Fresh Groceriesi
Delivered inside of City Limits FREE
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Oleomargarine Butter Kept in Stock oii
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ple case you wish aad we will do the rest AU +
you have to do with our goods is to place them OB c
your counter and your easterners will carry theat JT La1
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thousands of customers throughout the Sovth unt
buy 411 their goods of us in this manner
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