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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 March 1912

X It m ri Si. lmLjtkfL ' J " TBE MOUNTAIN ADYOGATEj rum.isiiKt) kVKhv niiD.it at I 'fiAlUMUJttVl..I.K,KKNTin.'lY (Jha. l. Com: Knr.oK PlLKll W. llmrilILL .. ASSOI'IITK Knlrml m MovonctOlni Mnttflr Kclminry 1 14, IWI ul the rcMtomeo at nnrbotirvlllo. J Iwr.. nntlar Act of (lonaTfiH of Mnrch , IWK. 1 . ' One Dollar Tor Year in Advance. r - tfj f 'V" y v " , fV- . rr. , JL rWiHwIVB - , V - .if n 1TJbVA. - ...n. .. , , - " AWgyWBl! tetwauMMBtatil.n..ilii i'ti i MSBjgafrggqSBagM i iTTraSsi" IL m i ii ii if :ZZZ " . " '" "" ' ' " m a " i ' ' ! II I .Hll,.lOI . , - ! Ilj I II rCmitlnueil irnm fint pne) Efcjafcfcaa& iir iriiiiiiiiiiiuin.i nn'i iijni ne ' ki itn The Official Oman of the Repuollcan ! Party In Knox County I Seo any one in that, picture on the frmit page that looks familiar? i&y&i BAMNMOWHE Absolutely One swallow tines tint thukc a spring iioithor docs one annoim incut make a president. Jov thought for tlih week We niuv have more work this week hut the payroll will ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 March 1912

w .if. ynyi,' u .' w " " ;tw' ttt i'.i- i . & V. re -- ft- tiki lllL"lt" 11WII '. ' W.. " j?t -ir-i i- ( i Dr. S l.nek, Itnrhnurvillc, Kentucky. Dear Pnctor: The sample of wnter collected by you yesterday w weired till morning at 0:10 nnd chemical analysis completed this itfternoo. The onlvnin ii ni follw: Turbidity 20 due to color of wnter Sediment none Color...'. slightly yellow . Odor none Nitrogen ns Alb. ammonia none " " Free " .02 " "Nitrites .0075 "Nitrates ' .270 Chlorine i 5 Alkalinity 31. This analysis indicate that your water supply is in pood shape. -I take it that the nitrites are due t some little iroa in the wnter which a deoxidizing your nitrates. The slight yellow color mny be due to the same source. Yours very truly, E. II. Mark. .- -S- -- X. & 7f. Vimo Card Worth fiound Ni.22 Dally. dub 10;0fln.m. No. 18 " except Bunday .. l:f2. m No. ill lnllr,luo 11:21 p. ni ScufA 33ound No. -JO Dally, due No. 11 " c.xcppt Sunday No. i Dully, duo . :S-l p. m. . :lln. m. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 1 March 1912

i ft-U A vt 'i. Sii n 'i'.'''Viy I TheP of Flame LOBIS JOSETH VANCE Bbutralim fcy Dliwwib Tn J 2 Cepyrif hi !, hy Louis Jrvcph Vnc "Ye shall havo It. within reason." Dravos rose and sidled towards the rinnr. n fnrnwnv lnnk In hit nale eves. V'You strike the bargain, Quick," he , said; "I'll nave a iook arounu me cnglne-roc-m." ' "Rlght-O, Bobby . . . Yourself ; alone, I s'poso, O'Rourko 7" "And three others. Danny" I "Yes, yes." I "And two Udtes; an Kogllshwom- ,-&a and her maid." CHAPTER XXII. By nine o'clock the Rnnee lay with Jsteam up, ready to weigh anchor. It is no praise to Dravos to state .,that his engines were in admirable : condition, sucn wns inoir laTanuu state. For an assistant he Impressed Into service none other than Danny Mahone, to Danny's intense dismay O'ltcurko took upon himself the du-1 ties of first ofllcer under Captain Quick. The Irishman cared l'ttle 'or the sea, knew less of a first officer s duties; but It was patent that Quick (could not stand every ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 March 1912

mtr-vV' r'fpPMW5llT "? ,-y omttntn Miorafr Official Organ of th Republican Party in Knox County. Ve fries: Vol. I. No 26. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, MAR. 8, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 4 i wc r sa 'ffi t V &. ' Tsr ' i i1 ,s;v il M.- t?r- . , t ,?- &: rf .K0 , "-JS-" "" i. 4 : ' A 1 1 PROF. P. L. 'ORFS Elect d President of Un ion College Lost Monday To Assume Charge of the Institution ntCxplrallonof Present Scholost c Year V-. v Finding that tin duties jnvnlv ed upon him as First Asistanl Attnriiov General and as Presi. donf nf Uni'n t'nllege were so great (lint he could mil give prop er attention to both, Jti 'go Jas. I). HlitcU hn purr ially given up his .vol k with the. college and I'i'. I. I. Ports, wlm has for tin past two yearn been Vice I'ri'xidk'iit, vvitti ehnepii as his cue-'fh-"ir, to ttftittf charge at the xpiration of the present schol adiuyir. R-v. F. VV. ilarrop, win In I)mi tetiiig in the cu puity of Pr-side t- in thp ab seiice of Judge Hlack, will still bo connec...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 March 1912

i mi ' MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE runi.lSHKD KVKhV VRtDAY AT i? uaiiu)U1(vh.lk,ki:nti t kv JL'iia. I). Coi.k .... Knrroii Frku W, IIkmhiim. Afsochti ttntoreil wnnl Cln Minor Krlinmrj U, ISMI nt tic- I "nil utile- nt Itnlxiurullr Ky., unitrr Ae-t of (iniirrt-i.. of Mnrch a, liTu One Utiilur Per Year in Adwuict The ortklal Organ or the Rcpunlican Parly In Knox Count". This issue of the Advoc vtkcoii tains an iti'in relative to the es tablishment nf a canning factor at Williamsburg, winch wo hi Here dioiild tie of interest t many of our tcailers. A factory of this knul ha liei'i ditcusc I in this ami other citie in this section before, but it re mained for Williamsburg to taki the initiative, in the actual ot- ganization'of a company for 'r purpose of estahihiii it. It is one of the privilege of a country newspaper editor to bulb factories, const met railways ai d improTc bis Uwn generally, and while we do not approve of the policy of continually liaratigu ing our local business men be cause 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. — 8 March 1912

WtKKKKfWW yrw-yvepy ffi 't?fH?fNr jfy iii'imtpi 'rw 'i,'"f"f i ' ' v "",M) "" ' ' " ""' ' &v 15. lis 1 '. 9 '$Xtf : ' j I" I l,HM, I J5w-1. '1 This beautiful residence on Main Street will toon be for sale or rent ty W MP.B II " W.H. Detherage sfe Mr P - i -I i tOCftLS Our spring line of Indies and Mis ses .uitn just re 'd at Englands'. W H McDonald made a business i rip to f.ouiville last Friday. Superintendent VV. W Evens, was in Frankfort the first oftlie week. . e hor licnutifiil hats, straw goods mid shirt in Englands' win do ws. T. II AJi'ey, proprietor of the citv biki-rv, was in Williamsburg last Monday nn bread business. '. 0. Itlnck was in Lexington Inst Tliurdav attending the per formance ofthe "Chantacleer". New line of umbrellas and para sols, just received at Father Eng land's all cheap for cash. Carlo Horn, of Dorchester. Ya. was a caller on the fair sex in our city Sunday. New spring line of nil kinds of Men Hoys and cluldrens, straw hats at England's. Thomas Webb...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 8 March 1912

iiyyjwft1 1'-wil! ri 'i f ft. if rr VJ'jmUk--Um an I I 1 II ( I, I I i"Mf"' at: The Pool of Flame lors joerra vahcc Btfll kr Dfcwwik Tamf apy(tlMtvr Lenta JcMVfcVMca ' O'Rourke caught at his breath. He had scarcely hoped for this; he had merely called the aerang aft as the loader of the laicars, hoping to fright en htm Into revealing- whichever of his comrades had stolen the great ruby If he knew. "Ye hare, then, the leather hag?" ho demanded, exultation In his voice. "Aye, sahib; or. If not that, I havo that which was therein." "The stonet" "Aye, sahib." "Then glte It me." "I am the sahib's slave." The se rang flashed a strange smile at tho revolver In O'Rourke's hand. HI at titude puttied O'Rourke; he would hardly have believed this of the man; rather he could have conceived of him as denying the theft to the last and fighting like an unchained fiend to re tain his booty. His present pose was out of character, or the Irishman mis judged him. Out ot character or no, it was com fort...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 March 1912

v & 4. ormf ftin fttrnftitt. Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 7. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAR. 15, 1912 Vol. IX. No. S . &t. r 4 fr rv ! 'r v ,-' !'!,' & 1. 1. '.-4- JWi wv r WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT The late meeting of the National ' Committee in Washington clenrly Hnonntrntcs the trend of the pub lid mind. A half dozen of its mem bers, some impelled by "progressive ness" gone mad, ami some insulted because Mr. Taft did not give them or some friend of theirs no office, made a great deal ol noise only to find in the end that thev were over whelmed by the Talt sentiment. No President of this grw't Republic has ever given the country n better and a more cnlightcd ndminstrntion than Mr. Taft, although when he came into office he faced a tremend ous deficit, and in addition to Dem ocratic opposition has been com pelled to combat a baker's dozen of his own party in the Senate and a somewhat greater number in the House. Despite a...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 March 1912

1 :'- M THE IOUHTAIK ADVOCATE COMMISSIONER'S nil & 1 t V Vt K , . i rUULIfillKD KVKhV FRIDAY AT HAUBOURVILLB,KENTUUIvY HAS. I). COLK EdiTOU 1'jtKD VI, IlKMrillM, . . ASSOCIATK Kntml m Hecond-Olnit Mnttor February It, 1WI nt the lVntofflco nt Darbourvltle, Ky., under Act of Conurest of March S, 187V. One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Ofliclal Organ or the Repuollcan Parly In Knox County. jOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOj I EVOLUTION OP A POLITICIAN 5 I will not accept the noni- ination. Roosevelt 9 I nm not a candidate. Koosovelt 5 Mr tmt is in the ring. 0 Koosovelt 1 I will accept the nouiina- ', tion if tendered me. 1 x Roosevelt ! o ' 2 I am in the fight to go to J 2 it as hard as I know. J 9 Roosevelt j oooooooooooooooooooooooooi What has the Peoples News to do with the coming Republican Convention to nominate a Repub lican Candidate for President? Since when have they taken such a great inteiest in the welfare of the Republican party? How lonp has their sympathy been extend i 1- '...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 15 March 1912

W ft' f ife,''S' P4i. ' 1 5V f W'T'ih 'WW f fife Si flu ill R pjnji' -J-- --- -" L - ' "" -- J1 "i ass jHBf ' g Ernest Cannon, was tn Pint Lick I 'MM'' ' If'TR - I Sunday. Fielding Gibson, of Artcmus, wn hereon business Tuesday, Miss Lila Hnya spent Sunday with her parents in this city. Wm. Howard, of Rosslnnd, was in the city on butincss Monday, David llatlnrd and Bnis Wilson were callers in Pineville Sunday. Clarence Davis has accented apnsi tiun as assistant depot agent nt Four Mile. I$5tl. Evermnn, ol North Middle, town, was a caller on the fair sex Sunday. Miss Rash, or Middle shoro, is vis iting Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cox in Ar teraus this week. T. E. Snsser, a school teacher of Giblis, Ky., was in our city on busi ness Inst Monday. Mrs. Liln Cole, who has been on the sick list for the past few days, is very much improved, C. A. Pro.vins, former clerk in the Stnte Auditor's office at Frankfort was here on business Wednesday. Cole, Hughe and Mitchell nre making some repairs in 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. — 15 March 1912

r Fi u bf HttMMf nittlnr tli n I fnamatttn Iaa1. MIMIB8 along with her propeller halt not of water nnd a foot of her wnter (tno showing," said n bystander on tho dock Nivvcr molnd," snld Pat, "thot's all be klvvercd up whin the toldo gits In" The Pool of Flame LOUIS JOSEFB VANCE I3utra(IM hy Olnrorth Tiu( Copyright IKK, ky Vault JMpti Van "She fz tfiot befure ho fought wld re he'd taken moasurcmlnts ar the stone and made a wax mould ar ut. "God In Heaven!" Cried O'Rourke. so thot whin he failed to kill yersllf and had got bis strength back, be wlnt to Paris and bad an lmttashun ar ut made there somehow be fusing chape stones together and all thot, I belave. 'Twas Ixplnslro an' him tight up for money, so be takes Missus Prynne In to partnership and she puts up the cash. Thin they're been watchln' yersllf all the time, sor they sets Cap'n Hole onto ye to get tho stone away, and he does It like ye know. Afther ye escaped from the Pelican, ho goes ashore and mates tho lady nt hor hotel ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 March 1912

mammat UN i WWB!i!Hll.Wf iL ' 'IWlfliWI P1! ' " """' " '"f W"iiie M$nvimn JUftaMfc Official Oran of the Republican Party inKnox County. New Series: Vol. I. No. 28. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAR. 22, 1912 Vol. IX. No. 6 VK If V t? lV '. . A 4 IP if H't SEA NOW GRAVE , , OF THE MAlk Hulk of Battleship Taken .to Open Waters of Ocean V and Sunk in Presence of flany Naval Officers. CEREMONY OF BURIAL LONG AND IMPRESSIVE Bodies of Sailors Who Lost Their Lives in Wreck Sent to Washington. Louisville Herald Havana, March 1G. Under low ering skies mul in n. heavy tutnl)ling sen the old battleship Mnine, resur rected after fourteen years burial in Havana harbor, todav plungtd with her colors flying tr her everlasting rest COO fu thorns deep- hi the sap phire waters of the gulf. The sink ing of the hulk was carried out pre cisely as planned, mnrking the end of the great work begun more than a year and a half ago. The coffins containing the bodies) of the heroic (lend were taken aboard 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. — 22 March 1912

m BiMi fc KTrTE MtDNTAIN ADYMATE 4 r - i- -, . i .. i a i . ,, r L "$ POni.tSIIEI) KVKhY K1UDAV AT HAI?H()rUVILLE,KKNTUOKV Cuas. D. Com KtUTon FllKO W. IlKJIPIIILt. . . AgSOCIATK Hnterod m Hceonit-Cln Matter Februnry It, IWi nttlio Hmtnfflcc nt ItnrtxmrTlllr, Kjr., unttar Act of Coiiki-pm of Mnrch 3, IOTP. One Dollar 1'er Year in Advance The Official Organ or the Republican Parly In Knox County. In this i'bsuc we are publishing the financial statement of the city of.Barbourrillc at the close of the year 1911. showing the condition of the treasury and the items of expenditure and the amount of each. Every citizen and tax payer of this city has a right to know for what the funds of the city are expended, and thif .statement is published fir that purpose. Last week we published on the' front page us a news item a re port, that was. being talked all over the town of a secret oaucus being held by the Ro nevolt fol lowers after their organizaticn lat week, in which it was stat pdjthat the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 March 1912

i fx ljx Lr. m fr W w j fc'. ?' , yj& . gv 15 ' '. w , V- 1 , E& r fcfr f ! 'v " .BtrJ v THE NATIONAL BANK OF 1 4E:j5 gg?r4:v --- . ""'.; f y1 " ' v; THE NATIONAL BANK OF JOHN A. BLACK Successors to the bank of John A. : k which with stood the panic of 1893, and all panics sin c O Tito combined wealth of its shareholders is double that ft nf any other bank in Southeastern Kentucky. : : : I Hap the largest deposits and is most liberal with its cus tomers : : : : ': : : : . : : Uovor failed to pay a dividpnd : : : : : : Isiea eerlifipntea of time dono"its; pays interest thereon A caviiiRs department: with interest to snmll di'twittira 1 ,vj lvt -nft conservative, progressive and liberal : United States Depository for Postal hiving funds : The accounts of corporations and individuals solicited J bOCftbS . . Crolcy wn" in Kn xvillc this week. .Miss Lena Wilson spent the Sun day in tlii cit v. . He sure mid o to tlic moving p" -Viire allow Satuiduy nijjht Mr" K. L Muttinjilv. ot ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 22 March 1912

The Pool of Flame i Br LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE IRaitntUu ky Dlwr1h Ttiaf j Copyright 1W9, bj LouU JOMpb Vance The Pool of Flame Lay Naked In Hit Palm. was afraid. He's superstitious about the stone believes It bad luck to touch It so long as It remains away from Us Buddha. So he came to us. ... I myself am not superstitious, but . . ." He ceased to speak abruptly, for tho Pool of Flame lay naked, a blinding marvel, in the hollow of his palm. O'Rourke heard him gasp and was conscious of his hastened respiration. Watchlns the man Intently, he saw a strange shade of pallor color his Jface. - j., "TIs meself," said tho adventurer, C? 'that's no more superstitious than ye, Jr.Ji sir. Yet I'm willing to confess I'm ' glad the thing's out of me hands at last." Sypher seemed to recollect himself as one coming out of a state of stu por, lie stood up and buttoned tho ruby carefully Into a pocket of his trousers. "Come," he said crisply. "Let us step across the street to tho bank. The money's thero...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 March 1912

pj,Tiy,W''.; upmiywWBWfp or '." 5 . ttoralr Official Oran of the Republican Party in Knox County. c.v Series: Vol. I. No. 20. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAR. 29. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 7 vM . Ht-J A' ft WtiW)'lfflBAgTB 'fij " lKIH m pp .W " " . Mm J mv ' -1 S-- . L i -f ; XL - . E Mr i1 IW kt. THE PRESIDENT'S ECOMRECORD "Jafi Insists Thai Government B Run on Sound Business Basis. HIS PROGRESSIVE POLICY, HI Personal Effort to Rsduce Celt of Efficient Service Bring Rssults Bull nen Methods Applied Economy and Efficiency Commission Fought by Democrats. President Tnft more tbun any of bis ' predecessors In the White House has given strict attention to placing tho government upon a business basis no regard Its receipts nnd expenditures. Economy nnd ctllciency became ono of the cardinal policies of his administra tion ns soon us he entered upon the presidency, nnd It wus well for the country that this was so, for his ad ministration Inherited a deficit In the treasury of $5S,OOU.0OO. whic...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 March 1912

ifp i,),; i iw wm y .THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE ' PUllUhlllP .VKhY FRIDAY AT BA11B0UUV1I.I.K.KKKTU(.'M " i CnAS. D. Colk Kdituu Fiikd W. IlmriiiMi . . Arsociatk KhIttiI iu Heeond-Ulnn Matter Fcbronrjr to, ivoi nt the IVntoflice At Ilnrlxmrvlllp. Kjc, under Act of ConsreM o( March 3, IV7I" One Dollar Per Year in Advance The orilclal Organ or the Republican Parly in Knox County. It is usually tlio custom of newspaper editors, especially those known as the country edi tors, when writing up an account of a political speaking to cither exugcrate or dimish the number of those present at such speak ings, according to t he way the editor nmy be inclined. Iu these instances it is either, "A large and enthusiastic audience," if the editor is favorable towaids the candidate, or, if on t lie other hand he is opposed to the candi date it appears like this, "A email crowd of women and Dem ocrats greeted the speaker." While this should not be the cae, yet it is a fact neverless. and the country editors...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 March 1912

diwjVfnj" itfyWSP 9W r" ' -- . rT-- .-.j .' immmmsftzTMr' jMPr1W?riTlliTf i K Mi nm p t ; ; r i .ft 3 ;vr RV C -. THE NATIONAL BANK OF JOHN A. BLACK Successors' to the bank of John A. Black which with stood the panic of 1893, and all panics since TIip combined wealth or its share-holders is double that of any other hunk in South-eastern Kontticky. : : : linn the largest deposits and is most liberal with its cus tomers :::::::::: Never failed to pav n dividend : : : : : : Issues rnrlifirntos of time, deposits; pays interest thereon A savings department: with interest to sniull dennitort Safe, conservative, progressiva and liboral ' : : M United States Depository tor LTho accounts of corporations "I bOCftbS 3nwcr A. Smith is here this week on business. V. C. Brown, of London, was in thiscitv-Tjuesduy. Just arrived at England's a lot of new Spring suits. I.r. Smith, of Elys, was in this city on business Wednesday. Beautiful lot of Indies' neckwear at the Gibson Company's. H. VV. Bowman...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 29 March 1912

e m m W - " L.L. .Hr! . rg The Pool of Flame Br LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Hlulmlltu by Dliwtrtk Tl Cepyrlahl JSOT, by Louli Jomp& Vaaoe yond dispute, Sypher was dead. "Poor dlvvle!" muttered tho Irish man. . . . "The Pool of Flame! CHAPTER XXXII. For several minutes O'Rourko ro-' malncd beside tho body, making two notable discoveries. For hg was quick I to note tho fact that one of the dead man's hands was tightly clenched, whllo the other lay half-open and limp. The former was closed upon a leather thong so stout as to resist any I attempt to break It by main strength, I so firmly held that the murderer had found It necessary to soor It with ' a knlfo. Tho knife Itself was there, , q for proof of this, the sheen of light upon Its mother-of-pearl handle caught tho Irishman's eye. Picking It up, he subjected It to a j close examination that, however, gleaned no Information. It was sira ply a small pocket penknife, Httlo I worn, with blades of German steel It carried no Identifying marks...

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 April 1912

tbAIHHHiBBlHHHHHia fflTWWFW?. ?amt-isLtzizz:iyi?zsz r.'t. ;tW , I'll HWPJI f -m f ( I lr l 'v"1'' ' Zufwprrw f, . ' ft mmbtn Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. Ne v Series: Vol. I. No. 3O. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, APRIL 5. 1912 Vol. IX. No. 8 f ' ,MaBlaaWSJSBBBBBBal . it'll-' S'. lv, ' K u TAFT'S RECORD AGAINST TRUSTS Sherman Law Enforced Without Faar or Favor, COLS H!S PREDECESSORS, Doth In Civil and Criminal Prosecu tion Taft Administration Broaka All Records Legal Accomplishments of Five Presidents Compared. TAFT'S ANTI-TRUST RECORD. Under the last five administra tions prosecutions under the Sherman anti-trust law have been brought as follows) Crlm Civil inal suits, suits. Total. Under Harrison (three years).... 4 3 7 Under Cleveland (four years) 5 2 7 Under McKinley (four and one years) Three bills in equity. Under Roosevelt (seven and one half years) 11 25 44 Under Taft (two years and eleven months).. 22 40 62 One property seizure. The ratio of prose...

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