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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 5 September 1913

MM ty w"r- ?-" Sf- ir fr w !. 'I ,' 'Os I Twenty Thousand at Educational Barbecue jj i O-OPEUATIO.N was the keynote or We great unuiaen oarueeue. . . ... which was held lu the huge woods pasture outside of Ver sailles on the 20th. .Many noted speakers from every part of the Unit ed States told of the effects of co-operation among farmers, but the salient point of this social and elocutional eTeut was that the host and his neigh bors and his friends were an example of what co-operation can accomplish. Co-operation Helped. our corresiHjndent was congratulat ing Mr. Camden on the great success of his educational barbecue when he smiled and Interrupted him by saying, "I am delighted that you feel ns you do about this affair, but the thing which has made It a complete muve-i Is the co-operation of tuy good friends and neighbors." Pausing u moment to point toward the big tent where the meals were being carved and mind wlches distributed, he continued: "A number of those white aproned fel ...

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 September 1913

I I "" " 9E . muifttt. 1 Official Organ of the Republican Party in finox County. I. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDaY, September 12, 1913 i Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 "A ' dM New Series: Vol. 2. No. 5o. iPT . , n A , 1 i L.. xv t .V & K ? ft THE MEXICAN MUDDLE A Srrt of Tempest in a Teapot" Affair. t'ontr. by Prof. a. Hrlttulu I.yttlc. The assertion of Provisional I'resi 'dent llucrtn, of Mexico, that the diplomatic intervention of Presi tlent Wilson in Mexican mat ters lias served to crystnlize the forces and inlluences in his fnror in that country, through the chronic hatred and apprehension in Mexico regarding the intervention of the United States, appears to he true to the degree that the Inrtuers of Mexico have contributed a fund of three million peso to he used as a loan by the Provisional President This in doubtless precisely what iluereta aims at, unless, indeed, it turns out that lie lias Iieen only an intermediary for the restoration ol the Diaz regime. Hut to one at all 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. — 12 September 1913

j 9 rWi'KC &&, I.. .".jUr .T " - ...-... ..... ., , i .,. i. . ' , , ' :i' 4 MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLISH KD KVKhV KRIDAT AT ', BARBOUItVlLLK.KKNTUOKY W. H. McDoxald .. . Kditob Rnterril as Hecinil-Olna Matter February M, WW at the PoMortlfe t IlarlmurTllle. Ky under Act nf Tonic re of March 8, li due Dollar Per Year in Atlvanop The OfllcUl Odjjh or llic Republican Parly In Knox fountv. Republican Ticket For Uepresentave .!. 0. LAV. For County Judge THOS. CI. HAMMONS For Comity Clerk READ P. BLACK. For County Attorney J. FRED CATRON For Sheriff SAM I.. LEWIS For Jailer FRANK J. MITCHELL For Assessor C. H. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS M. REES For Cormier J. F. DOZIKK. Fur Superintendent Selno's V. W. EVANS That Indinnnpolis rattlesnake that ha- one on a hunger lrikr at len-t i- preleruhU- to t lit- militant Miffin gette, ns he give warning before he strike. We are Impint' that we will not have another lour venr, lite thr Grover Cleveland ami Democrata Congress gave us We coulil...

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 September 1913

f tfK r 7- "FW !wViffVH9)iMP!iB93HIBHilHHHHBHHHfVMHHHHV'1r,"Vlli -,v tIpv v 1?' 7 v V V ? !w..,. r y v . I 5 s I t v J 3??' ft-4? z mm TP UH Nfi.KI)Mr,iliif iHH v.. 14 nvnnnt flliriilaV , ....... -, JOiMi.m. ... I.M p. m .11 24 p. m Sou A Siound No. !1 Daily, due .... .. No. II " except HiunUr.......... Nu.il Daily, due , .1 IS p. m. , IMii.rn. ,3 4Sa. m Htrfft carleavet Hotel Jonca twenty mill ul on before tlie irohiilillMt tine fur trilns judge Ayrei, of the I'ineville l)ar, wm in our city Tuesiloy. .. V?. II. Illnck, of CrnneneU, was in town Monday on bucincss. Jnmcs M. Gilbert, of rineville, at tendril Court here Tuesday. A. C. lllowers, of St. Petersburg, Pin., is here attending court. Hon. 'K. S, Rose, of Williamsburg, is here attending Circuit Court. William H. Hutes and nephew, John Gibson, returned to Richmond Sutidnv. ''Rev. T. B. Ashley is down from Wnlhend, this week, mingling with frienils. T. J. Moore, reoresenting Jellico Dry doods Co., left Monday on an extended trip...

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 September 1913

A " ' " I MAGNIFICENT $100,000 PAVILION ON KENTUCKY .STATE FAIR GROUNDS. GUESTS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, GOVERNORS DAY, t ;8Hk lassf!1 JfciXvflMV'iSHHHHIIEBHBHlHIHHil VV9bss9I gWLrTMggOTWBBMIMWBMMMgMPWBMpWKWg Tj-- MSSSSSSM iMBWMikiL.vA;1W'-''r-vr-"'.-'t " dSrTifi-iisVrisss . asaBPExttttttttttttttl I S 1. ft ; - l i , The magnificent $100,000 pavilion which will te the ccene of grc.it horse show features during the 11th annual Kentucky State Fair, to be held In Louisville, September 15th to 20th, the list including the banner prize event of the country In the $2,000 Commissioner of Agriculture stake fcr seventeen vorld beating saddle horses. A great Hippodrome show will also be given nightly in the pavilion, which is larger and more MP to dite than tht famous Madison Square Garden of New York. On Thursday, September 1Eth, during the 11th annual Kentucky State Fair, to be held In Louisville Septem ber 15th to 20th, the guest of honor will be Gov. Ralston, of Indiana, and Gov. McCreary,...

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 September 1913

"; Qniuatn .. 0 Official Oran of tHe Republican Party in Knox County. New Series: Vol. 2. No. 5i. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, September 19, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 m,.j:WS mL Mr' H.. CAPITAL STOCK $25;000,00 SURPLUS FUND $?5,000.00 Assets More Than $250,000.00 SAFETY IS THE FEATURE OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK It is a U. S. Depository. It is the "Honor Roll" Nation avBank of Southeastern Kentucky. 3 Interest on Time Deposits FIRST NATIONAL BANK IL BARBOURVILLE, IN KENTUCKY Kentucky's Famed Sons Bequeath Blessings to Her Sacred Soil. Boone and Lincoln Memorial Highways to Meet In Kentuchy. Authentic reports from Washing ton this week announce that Sena tor Bradley is out on the "Hoone wurpath," and is preparing to in troduce a bill calling for a survey jind estimate of the cost of building a postrond over the Old Wilderness road from Cumberland Oup to Crab Orchard, to be known as the "Hoone Way." This actir.n on the part ol Senator Ilradley coming in the wake of the piocliim...

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 September 1913

2- :. M I. I us mmw ADYOGATI PUKMMRB KVKHT FRIBAT AT WAKUOUUVILLK.KKNTUOKY W. 11. McDonald KorroR Kutered an Ht-coml-Olma Matter February W. IHt at tb PiMtufflce t BerlKinrTllle, Ky., under Act of Congress of March S. ls7 'One Dollar Ver Year in Advance The Official Ortan or the RrpuDlloiii Party In Knox County. i ' Republican Ticket .For Representave J. 0. LAY. For County J mine TIIOS. (1. HAMMONS Fnr Conntv Clerk READ V. BLACK For County Attorney J. FKKD CATKON For Sheriff SAM L. LEWIS For Jailer FRANK J. MITCHELL For Assessor 0. B. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS M. KEES For Coroner J. F. DOZ1EK. For Superintendent Schools V. W. EVANS A DISAPPEARING PARTY Mr. Ron-eelt made a better sluiwing ltt ear in Minnesota than in anv htate wist of the Mis s.ippi, not excepting California, but an account 111 the Minneapolis Tribune of a meeting of the State Central Commit te of the I'rogres .. .... n liit C-tfit,. wlinne tile' ?MK JUIll 111 HIM. W....W -...F..M .... new party is ns moribund me...

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 September 1913

fiB'- m: i m AWi w If" ' , ft 'Vt if! 4? ?-'- dSLi'..t ' niw-oftcli ol ilmnMe of mm- m m mAmm. TfortA SSeund Sou) A S&ound No. tl Dsllr. lue - - No. 11 " except 8iinlr .No. tl Dally, due . . . Ml Kim. ,1&a ni Street car leaves Hotel Jones twenty min ute! before tbe scheduled tine for tralna f bOGftbS J KPKfti& " Dr'J - Pentley, of Manchester, is here this week attending court. Mr antl Mrs. I.. M..Cole are At tending the State Fair this week. Haul llourne, of Nlcholaiville, is here this week, the guest of Judge and Mrs. I. H. Dullard. A.T. V. Manning, of Manchester, is attending court here this week, attorney for Albert Garrard vs. In terstate Coal Company. Robert Riley, typo in this office, '& and V. M. Tve. rich old larnier, are among those who attended the State Fair at Louisville, thin week. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Lay, who has had an attack of pneumoniu. is we are glad to announce, very much improved. Wibur Edwards is very ill of tjphoid. We hop...

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 September 1913

: rv I m INDIfttTCItCCK ' (Hyktocbita) Jehu Smitk was In Wilton, Friday en buMBCM. J. 11. Campbell wai la Barbour till Thursday or business. in. I'rofitt, of Weit Frankfort, III., U visit Sag relatives here at pros- eat Mr. and Mrs. S. it Reese, of Hnr rville, are spending the week at jm.i 4 Ti a v -ji "- i- r re" - ' w t i r t -." .-m. sai "- a- rVJCilit place. , Miss Clara Campbell, ol Grays, "spent the latter part of the week Willi hoinefolks Miss litnma Cooper, spent several days last week in Harliourville, n guest of relatives and Iriends. Misses Ada and Susie Cooper, were guests of their cousin, Mis Sarah Cooper, on last Sunday. Mrs Alargrette Walters, of Mead ow Creek, spent the latter part ol the week with relatives at this place. Miss Emma Cooper entertained, Sunday, Miss Clura Hugger and Mr. Harvey Chance, ot Lindsay, and Mr. Clms Jackson, of Swan Lake. Died Mrs. Mary Foley, wife ol Mr. Jacob Foley, on last Saturday aitcrnoon, about three o'clock. She leaves behind rive ch...

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 September 1913

V l. x &Htt 0 EX , v qrns .' Official Organ of tH Republican Party in Knox Cmty. a. . 1 Ifrfi-W Series: Vol, 2. No. 5a. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIP.V, Stpfmbtr :6, 19 1 3 Oldj .Series: Vol. 8 No. 34 CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00 SURPLUS FUND $25,000.00 Assets More Than $250,000.00 FIRST ELECTION SINCE NOVEMBER f eAETTVIQTUi: H ATI IRC F;OmLI I IO IHLILmUIIL OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'It is a U. S. Depository. It is the "Honor Roll" National Bank of Southeastern Kentucky. I 3 Interest on Time Deposits FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tidal Wnve; Gettin&Back Half the Progressive Vote They Lost - Last year; Republicans Win. BRYAN BORU According to an. editorial para ph in to-day' Post, flrynn Hry. fa he "will lecture when he s." Pi4ihly that i true. Hut it'ure as in the past the public Jiave' a potent voice, it may- in restricting hi pleasure in important direction, parti- Iv .with relerencc to what pub. hold. On the same gin the,Loimvill Evening Post, of a day or two p...

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 September 1913

fc. p" M H V TH" MOUrWAI AOOCATC ;i-i f 2 issr; i i . , iv - f -. cp ,wr InKiu HIIDIOlDjUIER Meat packers association votb8 500,000 to 8h0w profits in beef. TO LOWER COST OF LIVING Convention In Chicago Asserts Gov ernment Helpt In Increasfnfl Meat Prleee by Demanding Change of Labels Too Often. Chicago, Sopt 24. Five hundred thousand dollars was voted on Monday by the American Meat Packers asso ciation, In session hero, to stimulate cattlo raisins. This step was taken as the result of the situation which the packers declare confronts the country a meat famlno by 1923 and to" lower the high cost ot living. This was decided by the meat pack ers on Monday at their annual conven lion', on tho motion of Qustav Dlschoff, Sr., of the Independent Packing com pany, St Louis, president of the or ganltatlon. In making his motion for the crea tion of an educational fund Mr. BUch oft pointed out that tho farmers are not raising beef cattle because they do not consider It profitable "What the fa...

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 September 1913

S9EV if mi RMrK. Time fable NORTH BOUND I fro.- 22 Daily, due...., 10:00 ft m ; 12 Daily except Sunday lj52 p m ft-t Dailv, -due 11:44 p m SOUTH BOUND 5f23 Daily, due 3:45 p m Sunday 6:30 a m 21 Daily, Due 3:.'2 a m SHORT DOG oSl4 North bound 7:12 p m ,13 South bound 8:19 p m t fjSTStreet car leave Hotel ones twenty minutes before schedule time trains jtWltitlll"l iifjmii '"Jk. Kfi it iFrost visited Harbourville idVall the Cumberland Valley, Min night, September 21at. K and Mrs Rav Ballard are re this w-ek Irom essumine coun , visiting thiei parents. Our Birtihle Bubler-Bubbles ove. . . . .with manv bright Bubbles from hi section. Bubble ana Keep on iiuo- ng- Earl Stanfill, microscopist, left onday. fpr Hnrlan, where he is to work with Dr . b. Lock, in tne ookworm campaign. Miss Bell Smith, who has been "siting here and a t Corbiti til Middlesboro Tor several days turned to her home at Lancas- today. Col. G. F. Bretx was the only one of tile old Veteans from this count jwho attended...

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 September 1913

W.T . Mm 'I THXVMOyitTAIIf in; advocatjuw f .-tOi '-v-ii . 9 'J A.J, jm. , "; 'aawi FYK ' Tk -I i.tj .r rrjaaaaearr""1" ' ' WANT GOOD MADS , PRESBYTERY HOLDS MEETINS. OLK5E COLLECT FINES . m Jt . " . "f, o c ivv , '?. IW " i V f Nf '' kf. ( flf r 4 1 - f- - l-" rv W" I, 1 &V 1 It St .. y. t rr.f in 'r inaBBBBBBaBBBV 4BflBSSSSBs3PSfiMsB iBniHBismfv.aa m 'aaaaaaaaaHBBivL. CjactHercCt HER SPOTTED DEAR. Two young ladles were examining the animals at the xoo last Sunday. "Oh. what a beautiful spotted door!" The other woman bowod' her head And" wept. "Why, What la tho matter with your. "You don't know how It hurts my feelings to have you talk about spot ted deor. I once bad a spotted dear." "You hadr "Yes; my dear was a tram-car con ductor, and we were going to get mar ried, but the company spotted him, 'and my dear had to resign his posi tion, and over slnco I hnTO had to cry whenever I hear anybody talking about a spotted deer." A Dark Hint. Somebody was talking to a newly married c...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 September 1913

vyf - Ill I PI I III "I I I 'il Mill . v ht r v .y jYxrjr.w e '- - - . ' " I J . ftI ,V4 .- tj . ' THK" liOOKTAlK ADVOCATE tMX vrr r- : 7 i .ijiur uiLiniii' cm 1 1 inv wwc nnuno ruuui Prood Democratic Tariff Will ET - Hint Hfln Consumer. (Prevision for "Free Raw 8ugarM U t,ted on Insecure Foundation Foreign Grower Alone Will Be Benefited. wi.The acnato has reached the key stone of tho arch erected by the male SeTs of tho Woodrow Wilson tariff bill, Cand tho feature for which Chairman pUndorwood ot thd ways and means (Commltteo has publicly unloaded ro i sponslblllty upon tho White House. n That la the provision for "froo raw .. . .. A .11- I ' sugor m tnree years, ud una d vi rion the administration has virtually slakc'd Its prestige In tariff-making. Tfio theory of "froe raw sugar" is that to "tako off the tax on Imported T' 1 lit ltMl. ...,... nt.n.A. ,tl ttlM ir, Wilt U1UAU DU, t.UUyl w ..w -." That theory might bo ten- l if tho world's production ever yet coached tho vol- would ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 September 1913

?r ypifiw,Mwfwi ' Vf Vv THtt MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ' :, ' fPEr to TV 'IM TIE MtlNTAlK ADVOCATE PUBLISH Kt KVKHY FR1DAT AT XAKBOUKVU.LK.KKtiTUChl W. El. MoDokami KniTOh Knttrtd ki Htcond-CllnM Mutter Kchnmr) It, 101 at lb FiHtonii nt Hsrhmirvlllr ICy., undr Act of GongrtM ot Mnn'h X Wf One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Ofticlal Oran or the Rcpuollcan Party In Knox County. Republican Ticket For Repr'Seiitue J. C. LAY. For County Judge THUS. (1. HAMMOXS For Cnnntv Olerk READ P. BLAOK For County Attorney J. FUKD RATKOX For Sheriff SAM L. LB WIS ' For Jailer , FRANK J. MITCHELL Fnr Assessor 0. B. WILLIAMS For Surveyor FRANCIS M. KKKS For Coroner J. F. DO.IF.H. For Superintendent Schools W. W. EVANS j THE STUMP SPEAKERS OFTHE BULL MOOSE ' The Stump Speakers of the Bull Moose Bunch had occasion to jump on the Advocate and its editor last Monday, and call it a yellow journal, and fay that it would contain lies in tin weeks issue. No we will not lie on any of you, we will only tell the truth. Y...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 September 1913

Wmm ST i c THE MOUNTAIN ADVfX ATE Y ya Relative Merits of Genius and Talent By LINDSAY SWIFT lliid Wtaa Xacauliy described that tirceonio NW Zcalnnd cr standing on the ruins of London bridge otid viewing tho wreck of empire, he omitted to state that thin traveler of tho future jvould fin fill nflrfinnto t.f i'ii4kina f1ialitraii 4ti ntn)!tn em. A t mtnitltf yt vBa - "tn(, m vf nuiuiKa uicvuooiuu vaju iciaiiti; 1111:110 v kvjiiiici ami wicnt. 'ling problem will continue to hold the boards long after the protective tariff ohd capital punishment have ceased to be subjects for 'debate. , ' What arc tlicso two qualities or possessions of human miml? Bulwcf called talent "doing something better than others," and that vill answer very well, if there were not an immense amount of talent in tho world there would not be so much success, and the movement of life wo'ifld bo backward, not forward. We must not minimize tho importance of talent. But what is genius? Is it tho highest degree of tale...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 September 1913

1 V m 'W'Ti m LyfNI I Ohtirch irsctety i .nMVimi kiMi'nf' hi hi ii Twft tlil. tflrufti Hiiilt fit! lit !' '. l1 III rt 'h.n.i Mis tit. y. lit1 w. !' " Mi4-"'. Uf V i III ln iM-n.r I I'lMHH I I i i in n.TSTMF.rililUKT r.lli-t'l.t lllH( II Men Silll 111 I'll ilnilltll. WMMM M4 VMMMcT M Itt frl4art u mni( kAuUVMBi men WtMkJtM GoiQiissimr's Sik. Fall Shoe Sale! 1 FMMasjSjjsjsjsasjsjMF ' K1X . IKCf'll tOlikt t ..,. ui ' , r tffiR, I'lalnlltT I It) II n in. l I-, in Unmto Vrrti , dvfWArf w Ntli rftlL t MIMf U.UllMW n.lii-Mtdi II II in s nK jflnvtViM i ai.i i.its : 'i 111. v. ni.IHM v s ' Mh " ' ' ' v" j . Jr . -i -V , . KIPMfK. IMIilllilMlH t. saw ' " j( ili H III 1.1 II sKltVI.'Hs I '. li..r t ltd aVtltm hlU)f li.rii llli-il i'iiiuii the UelujlHiit. IMI Q. rito i. ',": . i ., V1 .4 ,r -v. ..... ;;;. "hiner .....i ..M-rad i.u tip -' - - I.. ...... .(..iimi ami AbfeAii 1 II i. m'fl-rll llli-il 01 :. M.nt.J ".li.Hr nml ti iw.T". l" "''" ,'"l!rt: u. iu ' t ruiit h Jud: ,tii in. 111. l)0 . j,...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

' ISSfr Aerteas Vol. 3. No. 1. Knox County JSK7 " Is I Official Orfl Kiyrirn iw . i fl FB termmB frnrn.- m t..iw tiff Capital stock $2$' SURPLUS FUND VMQKTL :mz x m TI iticnup'" sfASbcis iTiurc 1 112111 APj:'oyjlrjr()f) "-"' - fAFETY ISTHEFEA OF THE FIRST NATIONAL 1 l ia ci -. ij. L;tuu3iiui v. ai I vw w H ri P fc:s n on or kr it the ;..: . - . , . jeih national tsanK or aouicn Kentucky. fTjc,prM ILI '"-. II L iv i'i- 5' Interest on Time ' 7 s i - I J, iV' 'PTriPT' XT A TT-TT A T mml FIRST NATIONALTpSsits BARBOURVILLE, KENIJaxtw- !EAD P. BLACK )ijicially Honored; Makes Splendid Record as 7 County Clerk, -."a i I- fVarbourville, Ky uly 28, 1913 fro Whom it mny Concern: Aftera thorough examination of business transacted through ce of the County Court Clerk, ff vrl:ii:. tl Am.M A.a!atnnt Qtntji Efnjicctpr and Kxnminer, wish to Ittatfllortlie heneht ol tne citizens .fiL-iti ... .... :.. ..II ... ....,!. M (MlUJt fc-llllltlT 111.. Ill Uli nJ i En lllteSolliees througeout the State. ft fo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

.i n' " ,J m- ailii mi -ST i S .rl I tfSSP m 'i . l1 ' vl? j J W r h S & vA ssf ife ' - " ' -- I-3C ITElPUMIi 'M VTREA8URY DEPARTMENT TO GIVE INFORMATION OF THE NEW INCOME LAW. HULL EXPLAINS , OPERATION SULZER GAINS THMCE y RULINQ OF JUDQE FAVORS NEW YORK EXECUTIVE. "Tho Income tax Is divided Into phuses, tho 'normal' tax of one entatlyo Who 'Drew Measure fhoM Familiar With Their ,n Business Can Execute Return Very Quickly. Washington, Oct 1. The new In come tax will bring forth many In quiries and the treasury department Is preparing to answer them. One of the first steps taken to get general Information before tho public will bo to distribute lncomo tax blanks through post offices, Internal revenue officers and other federal agencies. Representative Cordcll Hull of Ten nessee who drow tho' Income' tax provision of the tariff bill, made, pub lic on Monday a detailed explanation of the tax plan as It will touch the Individual cltlten. ' "The treasury regulations soon Co bo prepa...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 3 October 1913

. V;' y4&P't FOUNTAIN ADVOCATE y, , ,','1N i.tcT FINISHING TUUGHES ON THE GATUN tOCKS AT PANAMA ,: ' V 1L vvy Br" Y .;'," m- fcw U' ia : lsa I8& 'I. )!. f$kMt J' Jv 5- ,ff V Thla b a splendid view of thojipper patjun, locks, taken from the center wall and looking north along upper Oatun locks, showing tho almost comploted condition of thla section of the Panama canal. The water of the canal may bo seen on cither side In the foreground, being held back by the gates. In the left background Is the Gatun lighthouse. Tho unsightly tracks on the center structure will soon bo removed, having been placed thcro only temporarily during tho construction of tho center wall. Waters of Gatun Lake Turned Into 4he Culebra' Cut.'- BIG DIKE IS TO BE REMOVED '- - '. This Wilt Mark the Practical Cample ' tlon of tho Big Waterway AYter Nine Years of Labor by an -- ; Army of Men. Colon, . Panama, Oct- 1. The'Pdn ama. canal stands today virtually com- ,IJcto. . " ,' The preliminary- steps .toward ...

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