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Mountain advocate. (Barbourville, Ky.) 1904-1935, October 27, 1905, Image 3

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S fto Cash prices at DOLES
Good green coffee 12A
< Eanc green cofie best 15
V Not 2 > Santos roasted coffee 15
A1 pi 4 Santos roasted coffee 20
trt Fst 1 oclm and Java coffei
fi pounds for 100
IMfl8Ib
8Ib light brown sugar1 00
tfUiifesqiia per pmmd 03
n ° Best table salt 5 Ib hag05
hag05bushel
jbuBhel snot salt very bet 00
3iishcl sack salt verybest 80
Defiftrice baking powders 12
Knouiul aOE
ryP tnccBakin g Poiyders
S boxes diamond axel grease 10
iffiobces mica axel grease 25
2 packages Bonnie oats 25
Sipacknges Victor oats < 25
lpaekttge Scotch oats 10
Extra good sugar corn 2 cans 15
Hoiks best corn 3 cans 25
Choice eyaoorated peaches 12V
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S jb pealed table peaches 15
2 jbi pealed peaches 10
t 3b pie peaches 10
Best grade California peaches 20
t pineapple chunks 15
Standing seam roofing per
perfprsquartf1 250
jcrSmp roofing per square 250
6tJfinnl
fivanized wire per 100 Ibs 290
Galvanized smooth wire255
Bpie mv large line of 5 and lOc
goods You will he surprised at the
Carg tins in this line We sell many
yfqci
a very large line of guns
yidiammunition The prices are low
cTIto suit the closest buyers
Don t forget OLD COLE when you
1 wurgoods iff his line
R JEnT W CO LE
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PERSONALS
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jLK H Albright was down from
the 2ulnberlnnd mines Sunday
I tTjfj II3i isley returned to her
u t nbCovington rhc 1I1rlier part
I e
said Mrs J S Lock have re
Sjjtp their home at Knoxville
er RwSeveral dawn visit here
H Black is nowtfwith th < urn
1r a1 jsurveving crew on Grensv
He reports strenuous times
t at Section
1 lex S mm T of lUnttyville
d t iiHrlv of this citv was here
I firs Sof tyW the week mingling with
friends
t rs Osborne of Fnyettsvil W
V L rrived Monday morning for a
v e c Visit to the familyof Mr
G ° Matthews
MS
mck Stnnsbury a student in the
Normal Drpnrtmrnt of Union Cal
fee visited hnefolksat Knox Fork
ii day nnd Sundn
V 1hPen1 r f Middlesboro In
ne th iif tlir C Vclivisinn of the
aNy Itytuns a pleasant caller
lis offiee Vednesdav afternoon
jire H Faulkner came home
tr n Lundnn last Snturilav after
t n and left Sunday for Manchcs
er here the regular term of court
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t dMnnclav
At jl b3rakemnn of York
hraskn is here for n few days on
sit o her granddaughter Mrs
QMjVllen She has also been visit
iI her dnughtcr Mrs Q V Put
tMtr in Corbin
CorbinLOCALS
I LOCALS
ll rains haye set in and
t nails willlie in bad condi
jit quite busy this
ielectiJh ballots
ern lerelcctloll
cr trintln the
4 the citv and
be field Nngem
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InSt November in Knox count anc
we suppose the boys arc all glad or
it A1
Thanksgiving day will come this
year on November 30 there being
five Thursdays in that month ant
hnnksgiving comes on the lnsi
Thursday
TllurstluyThis
This year has proven the greatest
year for chestnuts that we have en
joxed in a long time and the market
has been crowded with them at l
very reasonable price
The Union College football team
went to Villiamsburg last Saturday
to play the Institute team and wert
def ated by that I11in a score 01
49 to p Our team had better lea n
how to play before going away from
home again
W H McDonald returned last
Tuesday morning from Knoxville
where he went a few days ago to be
op rated on for fistula and hemo
holds He thinks he will be able tc
be out by the first of next w eek and
will be entirely cured His many
friends will 111 glad to learn of his
recovery
recoveryLast
Last Monday was County Court
slay and n IM ir sized crowd was in
town Almost all the candidates for
iniinty offices were here mixing ith
the voters The day was an ideal
me and the crowd could enjoy a
uu hath on the public square or
street corners without suffering any
inconvenience from the cold wind
A letter from Artennis Hemphill
formerly employed in this office but
now with troop H 6th cavalry located
cated at Fort Meade South Dakota
lays There has been snow on the
ground for a week and the ther
mometer registeringzero He likes
his location and is gettin along very
well He closes by saying I certainly
do npprccate the Mountain Advo
ate it is like a letter Ironi home to
reeive it
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Supplemental Registration
Dotr
Voters living within the limits of
larbourviille who were sick them
elves or had sickness in their fnm
liesor were necessa rialv absent from
ton on recistratinn dav can have
heir names recistered bv presenting
hemselves at the county clerks of
fice on Mondnv Tueslayor Ved
iedav October 30 31 or Novem
ber 1 and making affidavit to the
affect that they were prevented for
my of the above causes
Immense Pumpkin
Uncle Logan Runyon brought
to this office last Wednesday the
argest pumpkin we ever saw It
neasures 5 It 1 OK inches in circum
Itrence the long wav and 4 ft 4
ncltes the short way and 2 ft 2
nches in length stud weighs 80 lbs
This is one ol a crop of twenty
bur that was raised on one vine
mid the entire crop will weigh not
ess than 1200 pounds
II Iap Logan as he is familiarly
c lied by his many friends here is
Inc of the Advocates staunch friends
und we hope he may live to raise
nany more crops of pumpkins equal
to this The e litor and family will
emember him as we feast this win
tcr on pumpkin pies
Greatly Reduced Rates
To those peeking a quiet ideal
lnce in which to spend a summer
vocation at a mit imuni expense El
lorudo Springs offers many attrac
ions nooklets and full particulars as to
rain service rates etc may be had
if any Kitty Agent or by addressing
GKOlloR MORTON0 PT A
THE M It T RAILWAY
Hi VII Ht Louis Mo
Notice of DissolutionI
I
The public is hereby notified that
the partnership business heretofore
lone by Jones Hale under the
name of the Hnrbourville Blue Gem
Cual Cbnipany is now dissolved
ind theft S H Hale is no longer con
lectcd with said business in any
way
FOR SALC
Tqwn lots in Stickly Addition
routing on Manchester t 125 ft
leeftL ltfttgivdrv lots above lack l
ititter + Apply tq JiIg
4i1L Ig Mj
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i Crud Thoughts I
I as they Fall from
he Editorial Pen
Pleasant Even
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tLDTHI N G
If you want a Suit cr an
OVERCO AT
for yourself or your boy and want the BEST for
the Least Money you can buy the SHIELD
BRAND with confidence for you will get what
you want For Sale by
PARKER PARKER Barbourville Ky
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THE HOME CIRCLE
COLUMN
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A Column Ded
icated to Tired
Mothers as they
Join the Home
Circle t Evening
ning Tide
A HOME PICTURE
Oh I the happy little home whet the sun shone out
And the busy little mother got the children all about
And Johnny fetched the water and Tommy brought the wood I
And Uillyboy tied both his slices as every laddie should
And Dannie rocked the cradle with a clatter nnla song
To make the little sister grow > o pretty and so strong
Oh I the S eet peas and the morning glories climbing round the door
And the tender vine of shadow with its length across the floor
Oil I the pines and the roses and the quiver of the grass
And the cheery call of friendship from the neighbors as they pass I
Oh I the scuffle and shouting and the little mothers lau h
As a rabbit starts up somewhere find her great helps scamper oft
Oh I the happy little home when the twilight fell
And all along the meadow plCl1 the old cow bell
With a tinkle time is IIIIIHC through the rushing of the years
And see the little mother in the teinble of the tears
And hear her happy laughter as she criesIThe boys have come I
And we know shes getting supper in the happy little home
Oh I the happy little home when the moon gleamed forth
And liillybqy would have it rised in the north
Oh I the raptures and the whispers neat the little mothers chair
As the white i abed tiiuxs are flitting here and there
And were just as near to heaven as we mortal ever roam
When we kneel and sayour prayers in the happy little home
EVKRV wife should be a helpmate
to her husband For instance if yOU
have the pleasure of a large washing I
before you and he has the laborious
I
task of going to the city1or taking I
a trip through the the country
change work with him let him help I
you wash in the forenoon and you I
help him ride in the afternoon A
good ttile will deny herself to enter
tain her husband especially on wash
day But some good men will say
When I come down to that Iwill
hire it done We find no fault with
hiring it done but as to coming
down to help a woman mv dear
sir who created you so far above n
woman that you have to condescend
to come down We know the Bible
says that uthe husband shall be the
I head of the household but it also
I
says that Uthe wife shall be a crown
I to him and y u know the crown
I is a little higher and just above the
head Such being the case come up
gentlemen on a level with your wives
and assist in the home whenever you
can do so without infringing upon
larger and more important duties
je
matt will be fiftythree Sundays
this vcaran occurrence that will not
happen ngain for 110 years This
extra Sunday can be utilized in at
tending church calling on your best
girl reading the scripture playing
with the children breaking a two
yearold colt or some other way
One hundred and ten years from this
date you will probably be paying
the penalty or enjoying the plenures
of the method in wiiich you chooes
to spend the extra Sunday
HUSIUND ASii WIFK
pl eittirseeertvland nnrllytoJe
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know their duty toward each other
but still they grow a little i egligent
sometimes and very often a few
words will cause them to be more
thoughtful and press to their duty
I again
I againThey
They should always try to be agree
able and if one should become a lit
tle cross over something that has
not gone just > is wished let the other
be smiling and cheerful Never both I
be angry at th same limcI
Wile when the husband comes in I
from his work tired always meet
him with a smile have the house
II neat and tidy everything in its
I place have his meals on time and
something he may relish to eat fur
work gives II nviii an appetite and
they do not like to comv in and wait
I sera meal when they are hungry
Husband von should come in and
find things different Irom the way
you would hket hem to hcdo not lie
come cross and snap around bout
everything anti it you should be cruel i
as to do such a thing when you
overcome your pussiou to the dear
east of all things the wife rind con
I fess you have done wrong By so
dom you will heal the wound that
I was so painful to her
Man should not expect too much
of the wife He must remember she
1
is too frail n being to battle with nil
the hardships of this world There
are many ways in which the hus
band may be of help to the wile and
we think he should try in every wnI
to help in all also we think the wife
should help the husband in any tray
her health will nllowtrying to grant
loll his wishes Some of them may
seem unreasonable at first but we
know the wishes of n true devoted
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JN EFFECT APRIL 1 1905
Trains do not stop itt Htatlon where no
time Is shown
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I Sue Bennett Memorial School
LONDON y
A First Class School for Boys and Girls 353 In Attendaacez
Last Year z
< QH toc 100I ADVANCE pays tuition board ands
cpOU ID qlUU lodging for School Year
I MUSIC and BUSINESS are Specialties Next Term begins Sep
tember thTrite for Catalogue
I CatalogueJ
J C LEWIS Principal A
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50 A Month or More
Positions Guaranteed
By The Williamsburg Institute
We have made arrangements by which we can and do GUAR
A + fiEE a position paying 50 a month or more to every energetic
intelligent boy of good character above 17 years of age who has ft
good knowledge of the common school branches or will obtain it
and will satisfactorily complete the
Course in Telegraphyh
About ten months In length
now offered by the Institute For particulars address
K K WOOD President R
Williamsburg Ky
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1 In order to close out our large stock of Shoes p s
now on hand we will sell for the next 80 days I
I AT AND BELOW COST lJ
IThe have to go nud we propose to put them
out regardless of our loss Remember that lOUR
Iout GAINn
J OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN
IComo horgooII
1 Come 0 toneD ood secure some of these bargains
before they are picked over and the sizes run out rl
I We have Home other articles yon need that
I will bo sold in the siune way ja
II W eC C H I L Dt
West Side Public Square BARFOURVILLE KY
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IFor all kinds of
Metal and Felt
Roofing Iron
Bridges Boil
On Roofs guaranteed to wear five r 7
years when properly applied It orI IfI
absolutely ammonia proof and thor
oughly elastic Will nut crack blister > IL r
1 ers Smoke Stacks etc Send I
for circulars and price list i
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