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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 12 December 1913

"t - f if 'f s " to v rc f f. fV. "- 1 Training for Newspaper Work. The recent meeting at the University of Wisconsin of teach- '.t era of Journalism from all over tho country, signifies that this form of preparation for news paper work is gottiiiR larRer sup port. Uian anticipated. While the experiment was regarded in a friendly way in newspaper otllces, thero was a feeling that the only way to learn reporting and editing is simply to get a joh as a reporter or editor, and tr yourself out. A well conductod newspaper, great or small, is an exceedingly useful school. It is so discrim inating, so severe in its intel lectual demands, that a constant procession of men are always be ing rejectod as unfit. Usually they lack the persistent, deter mined industry which tho nows paper game calls for. In othr .cases they simply Iiavon't the mental acuteness that enables them to know a news story at sight. These changes keep a stall' constantly in motion and a fel low of real ability soon gets ...

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 December 1913

1vlP2iiT OiicuLlation. lOOO fcUSlK Mown am JFrix BIB MKffiifiH lw s jH Hi ' MWffflF TlPHiB fcy. Ht-'. .'': jaa Jfc " aj v??23 ttSjW-tl r $$ : ? .Ik, iK ji" t s ; ??&? m RuST-m - Official Organ of the Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, December, lg M '-&" '.ft'fe'. iw- BKV kcjr ass-jut's?! sa 6r lassta fflKBSB 7JU!30.Si tfe - .V r - - kK : - "l.; "... . a."'--.. ' . '-Msr VV - , ns: . j est r :,-..; ;..mr. jB' r T' V" VTLT fv" . T .. ' J. in. ROBERT W. COLE, Cashier ROBSION, fcPreWent WE GROW ". The deposits of this bank were, on; DECEHBER 1, 1909;, ,..,...-,-..' ncrcMDCD 1 inia & -: LfLiWLiXTL'l-'IV iyiu,,i,m " 'iw"v,r'", The assets were, on;. DECEHBl DEC9MKil&l3 ..$109,121.31 $240,626.14 - $1 6 7, 2 7 6. 0 2 ..$310,067.93 " I ' his remarkable growth is due largely to the friends and patrons of the Bank. Wevhavc friends and patrons, because the Bank. lis absolutely safe, ai.d gives fair and courteous treatment to all. We thank our friend...

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 December 1913

jaaCir"""'""",'"'',",',','aa"'ai -aja. ' V imuiim P Tr?rMrgpag 1 H J. " nilJI ! iliWfim ii i tmmmmmm immnmmt i i n ir-J imnm.arBui h'wmii III I II I i IWUfmirWWffWI IllJUIfoi o F' """wnxHIWRMnHMi 1HH H f n m M ra ik Christmas the long- looked for day is near at hand. Many of us welcome it as a near dear friend and hail its approach with gladness. Everyone has a gift he wishes to give to some friend. We have suitable gifts to please any fancy, useful things for the grown ups and toys for the little ones. Let us all try to make some heart glad this season. Watch Us Grow This store always leads in all departments. Below is a comparative statement showing our business growth: Ml' l-MIIMt ,lfl'."i J n n ii n r y . I CtlRUARV MARCH April U IN 15 JULY -AUGUST SEPTEiMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER COMPARISON 1913 Business,' 1912 Business GROWTH i'i.Blo no i, l! SI i4.05l.G7 $3,59.. 26 $3,099.00 $3,543.59 $3,450.95 $4,482.91 $4,399.32 4,224.63 $45,369.93 3 1,075.04 $14,294.89 DEAL WITH A 6ROWIN6, PROG...

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 December 1913

; ' r tAik MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE , i ; 1 &. K- IR ? V1" k. h . tf -H V fr .4 : 3W , f r(r- r- bBu I ' J BSSHsWfTVv., :'i'l ''. SOT lne4fc HiH.l.dWNHiSB a sssssw HBEil''' Ju'SMr'wusa 1 ,jr WiiBEmij jj HON. JAMES DIXON BLACK Mr. Blank was born in Knox County, KeiUt.cky, on Hiclilontl Creek, in 1849, was educated in tlio Common Schools of Knox County and later graduated from Washington & Tuscultim Col lege, of Greehcville, Tennessee, in 1872. Was sylniiUotl to prac tico at the Knox County Bar, in the year J871, dining the admin istration of Hon. W. II. Itandall, the then Circuit Judge, and has been a practitioner at this bar since that date and has been re tained in most all important cases; he was elected to the Legisla ture for Knox and Whitley Counties, August, 187", at which ses sion good laws were passed; he served the Uiiintv as Superintend ent of Public Schools in 1884-'85; he was appointed First Assist ant Attorney General, in 1912, but resigned ufter a little while to take...

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 December 1913

TMI MOUHTAIMlrADYdCATl:'' , ' CARRANZA GOES TO INSPECT MINES AT CANANEA 38 MINERS KILLED WILSON IS ANGERED THOUSANDS OF AVAILABLE HOMESTEADS. Western Canada's Homestead Area Being Increased. yf "DAMN THE IN8URRECTOS" 80NQ AT ARMY AND NAVY DINNER RESULTS IN INQUIRY CALLS ADMIRAL ON "CARPET" Secretarle Daniels and Garrison Told by President to Reprimand Officer Responsible for the Burlesque Re. tent Play on Bryan. Washington, Doc. 17. An Invcstlga lion was ordered on Monday by Presl ' dent Wilson by tho war and navy do partments of tho satires on the admin Mratlon's 1'lilllpplno policy which featured tho annual banquet of tho Or dor of Carabao, an organization of army and navy officers who nerved In tho Islands. President Wilson suggested to Sec retarlea Garrison and Daniels repri mands for those rosponalblo. The secretaries conferred and called for a statement of explanation from Jtear Admiral Howard and Quarter .mastor General Aleshlre. tho highest Tanking ofllcors at tho dlnnor. Se...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

yra . trr?' t itj-rr" r,; V; '' vrr '' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 - Ilv t s r t- fc'- BK 5 T K.THOithOyn4H ?andpa ASANTACLAUSGIFT r05Y HAGGEUTT pulled the worn X coat more closely about her form as sho hurried out into frail the cheerless dawn of the raw December day. The Lltto lame slater Maggie crippled but always merry, the one bit of sunshino in the older aliter'a life, till lay asleep, blissfully unconscious of the jiltiful struggle necessary in or der to procure the wherewithal to muke life possible. The llttlo sister had nover walked, but the small room whero she lived was kopt as sunny bright as was possible, even wbeu it meant that the older sister went oft times hungry to bed. As sho climbed wearily to the offices. grim and unbeautlful In tbo early morning light, and prepared for the rough work ahead, her mind reverted again and again to tho question asked In such a pleading voice. "Sister ltosy, don't you think Kris will bring me a gold locket a heart-shaped ono like Miss Mi...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

'; e4 $ THE MOUNTAIN advocate' mmmmammmmm f T ' -'vHH I Yv i. "V x Circuit Court. The regular term of the Knox Cir twit Court will convene on Monday, 'jrmimrv 8th 1914, and will hold lor the next six weeks, nml it ii belie v ed thnt there will he a great deal ol if-wnrk done, theGrandJurvnsdrnwn TJ l the ury Commissioners for thi fcK ., ....: n.. ..... ...! .1, lljrni i! cirivninnin uriijjt ...i ..- ttirre Inn been unite n iiumher of l-V'vlnlntlotni in the County, it i rx- ofctei th.tt Judge Snnipion will jilv ' 'ft verv rigid instruction, and n there i 1i lteen verv few new suits tiled, it is more than probable thitt when tile lUh dny of l:ehruury shall ,, cniue thnt the docket will he prac ticnlly clenr Pi'omincnt People I and Public Events. , i Mrs. I'ankliurs.t on returiiing1 to Knghiml sccurpil all the com forts of homo liy I.imhk arrestol ntonce. , )' President Wilson lias just litwl u cluince to test several of tlici 7,8o." standard remedies for cur-1 ing a. cold in the head....

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

' . I If 1(11 UNION DEPARTMENTS Aatt MwYfl i AbmBbI l vA HHv JJHH IJJHB HH HH JJJJHl ' '" J- w M ?' w H k' I-V' - fit l W. : m iv i Is ,. f 1 n Academic, Normal, Grades, Business (Union College Branch of the Bryant & Stratton Business College,) Art, Music, and Expression. fdmEKJf - p,t &f$fHJ$!!' '. ' "I T'sfctf'' ' l Physics Laboratory Art Studio Points about Union College 4 UNUSUALLY COMPLETE EQUIPMENT v . Vy.1,'' -r. "..;'. . "nr. -,-"" n n Vy. tN. "-n t-Vi'iSv - "".'UIi (...-? '"fc. SH4AMV.V S-Vit :.A ... ,Jl Jfrk .?-- . s:v. - -. .. jLV:VC.";.S -. '; '"-.. ".,W!. T- - '.N-.-:-y,friW.Tr-;-r - . ..-Sv. j. .-. !a . .. . ' SV'x'rv-- - "uiii' ;;.xv"- . .,.,. . .-ss . tf.J3 l-r";r:'' MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT View of Campus In class A of the Accredited List of Association of Kentucky Colleges, Perfection of Sanitary Arrangements, Low Prices, Wholesome Religious Atmosphere and Experienced Faculty. '- 0v ' ,'wr ' Visit " UNION COLLEGE when in town, onvril'-e for Basket Ball Winte...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

" v. m . l -"Xl Ftiie mountain advocate t'lWUSHr'D MI.M VKtDW AT IIARtH)ltHVU.l.h,KKNTl'CK V. II. MuDosan KotTHV KhIkMM jn mwHl-Ohim Mnl(r Kelirwnr) k,M, PSII nt Ilio IHwIiiinc nt nnrnnHrviii' vy., mnWr Net of I'imijfWM i Mnrcn a. ii SOno Dnllur I'er Year in Advance 'Tlic Olllcl.il Orfljn of the KcpuDllcan P.irlvln Knox County. (fifiloiiai. .4, Jtj JJ.JJJJI CHRISTMAS Nearly two thnuund years ngn, thTP was horn in tlio little village or HetlilehiMii of Judoa, the Christ Child, the Saior o! the worlil Hy His sicrilics f r us upon tlio brow of Cahary, the present day eiuliation has been made possible, for u,iilr.ation i nothing mere than religion ap plied to our every day affairs. Uur religii'ii is the fuiulamontal huso of our civilization, for with out religion we would be as the mvuee nations of Africa. It i tlio civilizing influence which distinguishes us from our more unfortunate savage brethren. And it is not merely religion which is the foundation of our civilization, but it is t...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

T " a . THE MOUNTAIN ADVOGAJTlS rfc. - 13. m m . W i&-. X . O: I niDTw" r oeeo oooo oooo oe-e- eooo oeoo o FOR SALE! I .-Hot Chocolate and x Christmas Articles 2 ALSO 8 AGENT FOR 8 NANZ & NEUMER, Florist. o Mrs. Dickenson's I x Millinery Store X ooooo oooo oooo oooo oooo ooooo 7f --9:5! wwantra. PERSONAL tf Croley has received a nice line ol National Chocolates, call and sec 4-thcm. - "i. ... ... ...... ., i, . rnync oi a r tennis was in sjpwii Monday. IK Joili Tyc of the I'invillc bar was .' in town Mommy. I). R. Faulluicr ol Swan Lake was in town Monday. Go to Crolcy's for fine Choco lates, in nice boxen. Charley Wilson of Middlesboro 'was in the city Monday. H. T. Powell and W. A. Donald - son, of KnoxFork, were in town Tuesday. liny her a bo of National Choco Intes at Crolcy's. Judge James l'. Illack returned Sunday from Louisville and othei points, Jack Bradley, Sunt, and Gcn'l Mgr., of the Trosper Coal Company, was in town Tuesday. To satisfy her get a box of Na tional...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

!P THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 'jisaaz. issuisr.wwr BARBOURVILLE Baptist Inst tute rsssi ps hskezzsi BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Bcaiins Jan. 6th. Beginning the 6th of January we will organize classes in the branches upon which teachers must be examined to secure a first grade certifcate, there will also be class es in all the branches of the first two years of the Academic Course. Barbourviile Institute h a s fine boarding facilities. The food is well cooked and its two modern brick dormitories are nicely furnished and well kept. In these buildings the students have real home life. mi4 : Will Resume Barbourviile, Institute will re sume its regular work after the Christmas recess, January 6th, 1914. This institute, since its begin ning, in 1900, has done a character of work of which its constituency is proud, especially has it a marvelous record for training teachers, and it has never had a better equipped faculty for doing this class of work than it has today. Administration Building Remember...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

"5 ,V' , i !TTrri "mth u - ' i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Wr- : Virrj 1- 1 -J MkL. ' - J 1 - - ' " - ' '"" ' " " - r . fcv k. vV t fc. ?iV r ' 1. l r t- V Vll I New Root Juice Medicine Creates Wide Inter est by Its Strange Power Over Disease. s tlMiM utArltlmr vutiltllttf l IHl llltoll t"lui frnnip of tin- now Hoot .Inlet' ineillcino luis triiveieu fluoni iinic short of mnrvt'Ious tor nlthouch IU strnugo eiiratlvu nntl lionUh-Kiv-Ing power hns hci'ii known but n sbort Clinti, rcportH from people In iiuin.veltles, praising It to the. skies ' i mill ilimorlliiiur tlin mnst. tillntllilil- 'Many i&iues Are - Startled By Cures fir ,91ml results, iiri' coming from every wiiotu. DoonH of iitotiln here in town K Who woro unions the llrtt to obtntn ' tlio medicine at tin- triK stores, .nruiio'u telling of henellts tlmt imvo bce.it tluri eil from Its ue. I'roni nil renorts. tbo Hoot Juli'e rWJpxortsn. powerful curative mill tonic f luiluenee upon the vital orgnns of tne, body ami iwis 11 wonii...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

V. --"Jj :ir" . v-j THI. MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I' f P& rev ffft- . r B- OnL Jones A Dag-Before- 0 Christmas Storn hus in Three Paris V Copy Copyrl; PART THREE Continued. Jabcz turned to look, then thought he wouldn't "And now," continued Ursula, "they're coming back Into the car." "Good-bye," yelled Jabez. The door tuck, as car doors will. When tho man In tho tan overcoat got It opon, Jabez was gone. Looking eagerly out of tho window Ursula thought sho saw a man Bcuttllng Ilka a scared cat up a dark llttlo cross street; sho thought sho saw him take a header over an aah barrel half submerged In an old snow bank, but sho could not be euro. Then sho turned back and began gathering up what sho could And of Mrs. Biggs' Christmas dinner. Sho was so busy at this and so Intent on Ignoring the thirty-two pairs of eyes which were trying to boro holes In her, that she was unaware that tho conductor had come In and was stand ing over her. "Fare, please." ho said, coldly. "And," he added, "If th...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

'THE ' MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE utt n it' ' l i W. & rt Ev fc v J&-dt ifc; EDITORS MEET IN LEXINGTON ANNUAL MID-WINTER GATHER- INQ WILL BE LAROELY ATTENDED. SPLENDID PROGRAM ARRANGED Pretldent Henry 8. Barker, of the I State University, Among the Speak era Round Table Discussions With Other Addresses Dance and Recep. tlom. Western Newspaper Union News Scrvlc Lexington, Ky, The nnuunl mid- , winter meeting of tho Kentucky Press association will bo held hero Decern- j&kL, bcr 29 and 30. Tho. meetings will bo held at tno Thocnlx hotel. A most In- v terestlng and Instructive program hits been arranged. Secretary J. C. Al- cock has Just completed the program, ' which Is as follows: Greetings at tho Thocnlx hotel Monday at noon. Lunchcdn,' 12:30 to 1:30. First session called to order at 1:30 Invocation by Dr. II. It. Crossfleld, president' Transylvania university Address of welcome by cx-Mnyor John Sknln and manager of the I'hoenlx hotel. Response by Harry A. Hornmers, of the nilsnbe...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

S m r 1 A" MpL m nlfc www i i ' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r'K COMMISSIONER'S SALE uxox intern' i-ornT. J. H. Tliompsmi. - I'lnliitlll vs.) Notice of Stilt. t'ltv of Corbln. Ac - Dt'ft, The uiiin-wlnwl ContinUiluiiiir of the Kox Clroult Court by virtue or ii jutlKiiiPiit roiidored In th uhoto jHfyloil enxi- at tho November turm llilll, will, on Momlny Dec, US, Win. lit thi' Court house of Knox I'oiinty, sell to thi' highest nnil bet Milder tlui following ileii'rlbfit renl nstnte ,ltiited In KiHt Corbln, Knox emin ty, mill fi lot No. 2. in the Sarah r-Nml Addition to tin- city of Corbln, mill - mi tliH south hIiIh of Hnrboui vllli' Street, abutting snlil street, mid tbo .iiinn property deeded by S ii rnh I'onl to O. I.. Ford. .Irv on December 2", UiV, which deed Is of 'lci'ord In Dim'iI Hook No. IS. pugeulU Knox County Court Clerk' ullloi' StiM property will wlmli', but thi' Mile be sold as u thereof Is to raise th mi in of tl,ix) with lognl Interest nun Fob. lt. lull), mill $IMU, oot of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

. It - j $ fafj j ) je lH. II 1 I I w. E ff K v I'll r H '.."Ml ' fc :-;?-, Vf'W THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . jiiuwMaiiwrea We Take Th is OPPORTUNITY of thanking our many friends and patrons for all the Kind ness of the year. We extend to you a hearty welcome to our store for the many days to come, assuring you of our best endeavors to serve you in the kindest manner possible, wishing you a merry Christmas and tin ee hundred sixty five happy days for the year nineteen hundred fourteen. Yours respectfully, The Parker Mercantile Co. IMUKI'IIKAllll. liarbourville Ken'ucUy V r.rrrr:-rxi-CivsiKj,Jaatt:-.-UTE3?r',l frf 'aagrzac i i fctn :-ss- :: itfggy.y.r s"3Kr - a .ii-i.(iU-UMASSiaJtaj&i 32aSKSIBffiK.'rti: rSSESESZD'-S ES- 3333S3-CTSEESE3 KtfffftSgilfeg 25- ggjg S5S3y ?y .1. . '. ., 'M'r-?TSE''nTOTOjrFyTTrA,rE g.ggne3 :a3snsxz?TSaHtWBMiTOr: WILSON BROTHERS' Stcre is SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS (i. f 7 T.r -n; m, Mtc:'.!.-;'.':;.-.,", ':., :.,axgz -A-B3MhI""Ufln FtM i -..lJ.,B7iiMJffWWI1llH...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 19 December 1913

IV sr rWi tf .rtl , Aw 0, , qw mqm mm u..rn M 1 1 IfA r aW HBf WmW ssxc- : rm Wfl w f 4i gajMgKjjAr j 9 MJOTMSA (Greeting - x this season of the year we should like to take you by the hand and wish you a merry I ItL I Christmas and a happy New Year; but as this pleasure is out of reach, we shall instead ? reach our hand across this page and extend our greetings. The closing year has been one of trial and calamity, and as we now consider the hardships en dured, we do not readily perceive tl e benefits that have come to us. And yet much good has resulted. We will enter into the New Year better equipped than ever before to do our full duty, and with a sincere desire of advancing our common good. So let us forget the hardships that are past. Let us think of the good that has come to us and profit by the lessons learned. That the New Year may bless you with a bountiful supply of all that is good, is the sincere wish of TOe Smith IRile dompanv INCOUl'OKATKII cT M? i We Stake Our Reputatio...

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 December 1913

r.' omddn itofife Official Organ of tKe Republican Party in Knox County. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, December, 26, 1913 Old Series: Vol. 8 No. 31 - J WAR DOGS ON AT FOUR MILE t ' New Scries: Vol. 3. No. 12. f WE GROW ku. r-w ir vv .m,mi -, sU v. c. Mcdonald Another Pitched Battle at Fou Mile; Two Killed and Probably Several Wounded. With the npt issue V. 0. McDonald, will assume the du ties as Ao'iimlt' 1-Mitor ol THO MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE. It is from luin that will cdmo the column, tlio "Stiiihy Side of Life." This column dedicated to the associate editor, is not intended for the general public in the way of reading matter, hut is only in tended for those who wear long faces, for the one who scarcely Piiiih'sit is intended for the one who feels that the whole world is covered with a fog, a mist and gloom, for the man who gets up in the morning with a case of Blues, for the woman who proceeds to thrash little .lollnnio as a starting of the piogramme for the day's Vjivocnticn, ft" 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. — 26 December 1913

H ggSB 1CTH K&hl UHWk ' " yr-' tffi THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE fer CURRENCY Bl INS SENATE PASSES CURRENCY MEASURE BY VOTE OF 54 TO 34. 6 REPUBLICANS FAVOR ACT 1 j'Contalna Provlilon That Banka Mutt Accept Within Sixty Day of Its Passage Reserve Districts Eight to Twelve Now Goes to House. Washington. Dec 20. The' new cur rency bill was pasted by Iho senate on Friday by a voto of 54 to 34. It was backed by the solid Democratic voto and six Republicans. The essential features of the cur rency bill as It passed tha senate are as follows: Secretary of the treasury and two members of the federal reserve board constitute the organization committee. The committee Is to designate not less than eight nor more than 12 re servo districts, in each of which a fed eral reserve bank Is to be established Every national bank Is required and every eligible bank In the United States and every trust company In tho , District of Columbia Is authorized to t signify In writing within sixty days after tho p...

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 December 1913

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Un S ?" . 1 a krt.1 1 I;' " L l"V I ! i Kl J fl School Children Need Much Fresh Air Br WALTER YJPA?'-A-M " D dren the vnluo of fresh air In living rooms and sleeping rooms. Is it not better to prevent disease- than to treat it after It has been acquired? As parents realize moro and more the value of fresh nir there is n growing demand for the teaching of their children In open window rchool r00L " 1'8 a '8'ca' ,Proco89 ofireasoning, easily understood, that sincu fresh nfor has been founU a boon to invalids and sickly children it is quite ns important to supply an abundance of it to well children in order that they may retain their health and develop normnlly. Almost any one on reflection will Ihj impressed with the futility of expecting ft maximum progression when children arc housed in overheated rooms, with little or no moisture, compelled to sit in uncomfortable posi tions nnd perform great tasks. Such children, passing on dismissal into the cool, moist atmo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
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