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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 26 December 1913

" -mmm adyocati tUSKKt) KVEKY FRIDAY AT IARUOITKV!LLK,KKNTUOK uW. II. Mi P. .sail Kdithi1 s -t- Knicr! as Henuml-riu Mntter February hull t the I'.Htnrtlr ill HarbourTllli- U3jr. tindr rt ul runtre nf March , 1ST sfc -- Chm Dollar IVr Year in Ailvanre The orilcUl Orqan or the RrpuMlran Parlv In Knox Cotintv. (ftiloiioi CHRISTMAS! Christmas! Christmas! Another Christmas has come and gone down as a part of the history of the World. Accord- iiiK to history IfllJi years ago the Savior of the World was horn, the Christ, the Kingof the .lews, not that KiiiK that was born in a palace, nor did father (Joseph) wear a crown, neither did Mary the Mother of our Savior weal this mark of distinction, lint, in the little town of Bethlehem, in a stable. He was not rocked in a cradle, neither was he wheeled about the town clothed in pui- ple or fine linen in a costly car riage. but wrapped in Swadling clothes and slept, in a manger, yet, this same Christ, this same Messiah of the World came upon a m...

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 December 1913

I aa SHiBMBSm 1' 14 llHLW. f tH T le-flBBBt-rV7 ' If fife & ' is tf ft & iM tff1 i, i ajfpi i ' sbbbbbbbbbbbT WW1" I i H'PM 'f I Pj aJ" jMFI w Mi . r-T SKSKHWmSSSStiK -, 1. v 's-v ,- r' r" frJ-VDOAqV NsVIMflOW 1HX rfi N. Time Table NORTH HOUND No. 22 Daily, due 10:09 a m No, 12 Daily except Sunday 1:02 p in KNo. 24- Dnilv, due 11:4-4 p tn . - SOUTvH HOUND No. 23 Dnilv, due n:r8 p m - No. 1 1 Dnilv, cept . Suntlny Q:tn " m , "-ai Dfiily, Due 1:4fi n m SHORT DOG No. U North bound 7:12 p m No. 13 Soutlubound ...... 8;H t in 53Strcct cur leaves Hotel Jones twenty minutes before schedule time for trains Dr. J. 8. Lock, Earl Stnnfill and Edward Scent, who have been In Shelbyville conducting a' campaign against the Hookworm disenoe, re turned home the first or the week, Earl stopping over in Mt. Vernon for a short period The Union College Athletic Asso ciation lias rented, for flasket Hall purposes, the store room of Alex Sevier, back of Judge Hlack's office. This insures an extens...

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 December 1913

' s, THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE E limvr HAD "THE GOODS" ON GERALD BUMPED HIS SELF-COrWEir I M- fIVilkms Y brother Lemuel marrlod Mehltablo PIcrco when ho was qulto along In years. Nobody thought ho'd ever got married at all, any more'n my brother Reuben an' Silas. Tho three had lived together and kept bachelors' halt ever since our moth er died. I was mar- -,VJ rled and away from J Y5 homo long before "X she died. I didn't u "" know how they would Ret along at t first but all of tho boys had been used to helpln' ma a good deal, and thoy were real handy, and when I asked If they wasn't goln' to have a house keeper, they wouldn't hear to It. They said they wasn't goln' to have no stiange woman round In ma's place, nohow. So Silas he took hold and did tho waehln and Ironln', and Reuben did the sweepln', and Lemuel, he was tho youngest, next to me, did the cookin'. He could cook a dinner equal to any woman, and his pies boat mine. My husband said so, and I had to give In they did. Well, they...

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 December 1913

PT Tin UT ADVOCATE . . JS l-s ti B r m ivHyjytHJ : T7fWn"Tsp ( JCliMCft NATURAL QUERY. Miss Muflltt had recently Joined the -Band of Slaters for Dcfrlendlng Uurg- laracnd wna bolng shown over a prl( Tjor the tint time. ' oSe"ijyioner, evidently a man of ed ucation, rsferestcd her more than thn others. Ho roso and bowed to her when alio entered hla cell, apologizing for tho poorness of his apartment. ' Miss Mufntt could not help wonder tag how this refined man enmo within the clutclioH of the law. In fact, as sho was leaving tho cell, alio said: "May I ask why you ara In this dis tresses place?" "Madam," ho replied, "I am hero for robbery at a seaside, hotel." "How very Interesting!" said Miss Muflltt, "Wcro you or the proprie tor?" London Answers. AFTER THE RACES ARE OVER. "Young Doctor Emdco claims to know a very great deal about ratfl corses. - v "Perhaps, but I don't think ho's ."oT much on a diagnosis. Ho's better on post-mortem." A Hen's Lay. How wonderful would bo the hen If n...

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 December 1913

- J m -, p mi if am t 7iw awIcaW Ill POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT third assistant Postmaster general v WASHINGTON. December 8, 1013. 1'OSTMASTER:- t!ia nn inrln.nl mniri of the Postmaster General' Order No. 7703, No. 770G, and No. 7707, modifying the limit of weight and rates of postnge applicable to fourth-class nintter tnniled.on nnd nfter Jnn. 1, 1011, for delivery in certain zones; (Wing the limit of weight, rate ol postage, nnd other conditions ol nimlnmiity nppncauic, on nun ; januury 1, 1914, to gold mailed in or to Alaska; and providing that on mid after March 10, 1014, books shall be embraced in mail matter of the lourth-class, fixing the rate on those weighing eight ounces or les nt one rent (nr each two ounces or fraction thereof, and extending the regular tnve rnteo to those weighing in excess ol eight ounces. There i also in eluded a table ol postage rates on fourth clnsmnil, efrcctivcjnn. 1, 101 You are requested to give the new weight limits nnd rates the widest publicity p...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

mmiain atlHSiOIIXTf tolato mod mfu-i r.ATroN w 1,000 c criirur.A'rrox . -rv 'yL l,UUU : JcJtixnrtiiaiTa&S t Jtraxaxoxosi ti sfflgwwwwfei' R w 1 L' OFFICIAL ORGAN OK THK REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY .- New Series: Vol. Ill, No. 13. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. .A .CUPID CAPTURES U.S. ATTORNEY, S. A. SMITH REPUBLICAN LEADERS SPECIAL REVIVAL SERVICES. (r S "v- s 14 lEIti HI f! I : ... .-: r JTV v ) toJ JB riL SAWYKII A. SMITH. ASSISTANT V. S. DISTRICT ATTORN K.t ' -j With Cupid nt olio end oRnr- strinir nml Row (icoigo W. Itiiiiton, ortlio Covington Union M. 13. Church, nt thu oHier, tlio Love Knot wn completely drnwi Int night when l S. Ansl-tant District Attorney Smv yur A Smith, of I'uvlngtmi, and Miss Klllo H.irtnu jolnuil hands In wed lock. Smith Is wvll know ii. Iiolli socially and poll'th-iilly, In ('mington, :ind is n graduate of Viilpniiso I'ulvi'iiity. Tlio young rouplo met nml .the rourUhlp started during; tliuir school dny...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

it- r ,-' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE &. ii J fr WORLD HAS HAD A FORTUNATE YEAR He Terrible Catastrophe Has Marked the Twelvemonth. DEATH TAKES NOTABLE MEN General 8ucces of the Democrat! and Startling Development South of the Rio Grande Chief Event! In Western Hemiiphere. New York. Taken all In all, the year 1913 has been a happy and rather fortunate one for the world In gen eral. It was not marked by any great catastrophe, such aa the San Francisco earthquake or the Titanic disaster. It mw the end of the wars In the Bal kans, It witnessed the Inauguration of a Democratic president In the United States, followed by genuine tariff re duction without financial panic. ' The death roll for the past year has hit the financial world rather hard. In cluding such notable figures an J. P. Morgan, Henry M. Flagler and James It. Keene. The Roman Catholic church also lost two of its most ven erable cardinals, Oreglla, dean of the acred college, and llampolla, once secretary at the. Vatican and w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

RU rJ7W foSsTOH I ,;70 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE W "t' .... B , f I .. if. -,. ru , V w . ? I IIMiKlliSae NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS f 'Uv - j11jitW 2jt LwWES- P Z- Although Uiuatly Broken They Often W' '' iff JlM W Jf yWA 7 Ji Result In Something Worth While 'W ' lllLl flBV W v f --vl aW i" 5 " ' totheMaker. I (TBacfa)ai?JL ' J3m Tow Add yt ytar to year. So goes the old year forth, as goes A king with no attending train, As goes a monarch old, who Knows His further effort is in vain. In stately sequence they have gone The courtier months and now, alone, The old year proudly falters on, The new year comes to claim his throne. But we that stand as subjects stand Within the temple of the years While faints the narrow thread of sand That in the timeglass now appears Should we look out adown the way Whereon our eager feet would fare. Or should we gaze at yesterday And see what is recorded there? Aye, backward then a moment's space Look backward at the dimming hills Ere yet old time with gentle ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

. ..... . - ,,:4aj W u- v,t i. . . i THE' FOUNTAIN ADVOCATE "eVPr look so hopeful and allur.i8 making an attempt to start a " tng at when entered to-the so-( reaction about. himself such as M'nusitKD kvkky priday at , iluut i vv t ruiiit uf tluticf rliytliuiR. ragedagainst William Jointings MAlttOUUVILLK,KKNTUOkYiMcrryiiiakiiig is tleliiuMlhy Funic Bryan when that worthy per- . j "." - in terms ot horn-blowing ami jsisted in going out ami lectin-- u. mcuomalii .... hnrniR ,re play, lor one does not he- iiuzontlie i-S.cr.trt. ..r f,,f..', .0. Mcl)nx.i.i, Assoc. KuiTuRicuiiiP a irrinvn-un meielv bv at:-' busv dav. Hut. Mr m,.imImi1I Irmirliitf tliu iiliviiKit atntiir.i nf letll tin..!!. ........ ...I. i.li... .v i... .. .. ... I " "' -."....V ... MM. uui.ii, -mil so IIIUCI Ol U ,,Trfilrl n Mepiiml i'Ium MiiltiT PHiriim .1 1 ... .1 .1 v. .. .... ft en i.t iiir IW..111.- m n.-uJnlrMi.ln"in",M"", " oiuers, mw sensation, why should any-Kt- HuiiprAutiirciniirpi,iir Mnr.iiu, wtO Year'.s mea...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

' M THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE . '?r& "-- " " rm xmtgjri 'Ml f .- if f h 4 i)i .- rtr- & ir4LiV k 'Hi,- T," SCv ....! L & N- Time Table ,0 ' NOKTH HOUN'l) &o. 2C Dntlv, line 10:09 n m .th i i ntii itvpjiivt jui wniy ss...... Sundnv 1:"i2 i m If). i.4- Dailr, line 11:44 i m ' SOUTH UQUNl) (No. 23 DVilv. due H.'oS p m .jf' N'rt, 11 t)atlrAsipt ' , . Stiwijy W " " No.M.1 Daily, Due .... .:4fi u 'U jfe-Sliret cm K'nvt" lloli-l mes twenty minute for trains liefnie sclii'diile time Cumberland &. &. Company. I " TJMIC TAIJMO South IWuind, trains: i No. !?, I.ve. Artcitiif 'No. fi.'I.ve. Arteutiw 1IMI.V 10:1!." a in 1:15 p in. h.' ,No. '"'. l-vf. " Sunday 7:o a "' 'u No. .'17, f.vc. " Siitulays 1:1" p in '. "h North Ilouiiil. " ' .No. 1. Arr. Artcmus l-'JO p in. No. i. Arr. Aricmiii (i:.V p m. No. :iC, Arr. " Sundny i:40 a in. No. .'58, Arr. " Sunday (1:30 p in. W. 1$. STAKKH, Ccii. Pass. Aj;t T, II. IIAYDUN, Ccn. Mgr. I PERSONAL J Mis Cleo Jom-s, of I'inevillo, i visitin...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

roWr ' T n I tub rvtMTiA Ykt AnvriPATU Ww NEW PICTURE OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT TURN TO STATESMEK CAN'T UNDERSTAND . wmmmrf MINERS HEAD SHOT 'J f I 0ii''-immmmmmm0mmmammmmimmmmmmf)mmmriBmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmvammr'jKmmmm- 2HARLE8 H. MOVER ATTACKED AND DEPORTED BV MOB AT HANCOCK. MICH. TAKEN TO CHICAGO HOSPITAL Country Would Wclcomo Repub licans Back to Power. fa r I- 5,000 Persons Attend Public Funeral for Flfty-Elflht Victim of "Fire" v Panic at Calumet Dead Are Burled In Trenches. Chicago, Dec 30. C. H Moyer, pros (tlotit of tho Western Federation of Xlliiorc, who Bald tlint on rriday nlRht an was shot, beaton, dragged througli Hancock, Mich , and forced to leave tho copper district, reached Chicago an Saturday. Ho was taken to St Luke's hospital for examination. Ills deportation and assault will be Investigated by tho special grand Jury when It resumes Its sessions In Calu met. Sheriff Cruse begnn nn Inquiry Into the facts of Moyer's departure In response to a tel...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i ' RyV m ;u J t- I &- H C ' It r.i?., fc h& w, i-v?- U'V' -J ft . .vs.. rt'''- tf?Z r-?- . . v . I I -' $ TS Jii x c " :,i..'l' ' K i" 'j. r s y,- . V MAYOR FAVORS AMENDMENTS ADVOCATES CHANGES IN LAW PROVIDING FOR COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT. MAYOR GASS1D Y GALLS MEETING Law to Relieve Property Owner of One-Half Expense on Either Side of Highway Is Proposed. 4V'eatern Newipaper Union Ncw Service. Frankfort Mayor J. Ernest CaBsl- dy, of Lexington, thinks somo umond mcnU to the law providing the com mission form of government for cities of tho second class aro necessary, and he Is writing a request to the mayors and city commissioners of Covington and Newport and the mayor of I'adu cah, which has voted the adoption of tho commission form of government, to meot with him und Lexington's city commissioners In Frankfort on Tues day, January G, for ho purpose of as certaining tho opinions of all these of ficials anil for the further purpose of appointing a ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 2 January 1914

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Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

'f.:inr ' , WuHH fD3CSXXJTSJiXSX fsxrti3cprBjnci3a?j' OIHOmLATION H 4 CIRCULATION t 1 ,000 jg 3 i ,000 mJUDDOW SO !f J I9.; eijnnaffyjJJXEEa SiS- V'-. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY 2 "tacv Scries: ifol. Ill, No. 14. BARBOURVILLE, ICY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. mv - '.7. JSC" remV I II As. I I ppp 1 k" TW-V fr pppK OMAN CHURCH MARK TWAIN ON CATHOLIC GRAFT Apropos of onnimcnt on the liquefaction of the blond of St. Jan iiarius, the following from Volume 2, Chapter 2, of "Tho Innocents Abroad," by Mark Twain, might be of interest to our renders: " In this city of Naples, they believe in and support one of the "wretohedest of all the religious impostures one can liud in Italy tlio miraculous liqucfactipn of the blood of St. Januarius. Twice u -tycar the priests assemble all the people at tho cathedral, and gel out this vial of clotted blood and let them sec it slowly dissoLvo and become liquid and every day for eight days this dismal...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE t - i !'. IK S I J, J r I Women are More Frugal Than Men By CLARA CAHILL PARK tiaras, which lead us to belioTC that we are in the saving class. Somo cyca economize when it comes to giving any tiling away. Some people would love to do it, but can't afford it; it is one of the few things that they have to do without. It has undoubtedly become the fashion to bo economical. Becauso women arc always the leaders in following fashion's changes, it may truly be said that they are leading here. For my part, I will admit that I may have my faults, but never that I am extravagant That is asking alto-1 gether too much of me. One might as well be asked to admit that one is incapable! It used to seem fairly indecent not to liave rather more money than was needed about one, and to speak of any economic strain cast a blight upon the conversation. I hate to seem prejudiced, but really I would much rather liear a man talk about economy than sec his expression as the warmed-ove...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

,' ' ' " -T"; ; 1 UHW Hlf!. "JWSV-.,!,"""" "W-IJH J THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r ?N f Ja Republican National Committee, to Be Complimented. ft 37 rrSWORKWELLDONE .& ifc'fr , . " it" ? -S 4 If .- :A It . ? .0- -v w . Zl 7rt ro wl 'J3M t - THE MODERN MAID. It was getting Into at night when tho Bervnnt girl returned from tho shops with various domestic purchases. As Alio oxplalncd tho transaction to mistress sho cried out suddenly: "There! If I haven't forgotton her tbo 'am an' eggs for breakfast." "That's a pity," observed the mis- tress, but added, with kindly philoso phy: "Never mind. Thu shops will all bo shut now. Wo shall have to man age In tho morning with bread and butter and marmalade." -. Tho girl stared "And what shall I have?' she in quired. "Well, Ellen, I suppose jou'U have tho same as wo do," replied tho mis tress. "Yes, Mrs. X," responded Ellon, with Bomo sovcrltyj "but let mo tell you I can't do my work unless I'm properly fed." Manchester Guardian. TRUST AND MONOPOLY. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

,'AA THE MOUNTAIN ADYOCATE 'UAUBOURVILLE,KENTUOltV t, V. U. McDonald Editor V. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor hnt'rnl in KfComtCla. Matter February IMi lull ut the I'mtofflce nt Bartxnirtlllr, feKy.. iiihIiT Act nf Conitreaa of March S, ti'v. One Dollar I'or Year in Advance The Ofticlal Oraan or the Republican P.irlv in Knox County. 0:bitoiinL GAS GAS GAS It would sound sensible if the Cumberland Ons Company would do thrntclc, ns well a the general public, the favor of cutting down the wnte ol gas. It in an evident fnet that there 'in never been an gns well that did not become ex hausted, and as a matter of fact our . well will soon become exhausted, si why not bt'in now: cut nut your gas fireplaces J.md put your grille iiack in, put in heating stoves, in place of your ga heaters, save nli the as we have for cooking anil lighting purposes; you will have it to do. don't wait lor Mr. Newitt to come and tell ou to do it, he wil have it to do, so get bu9v. DOGS A PUBLICflENACE Again it is o...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

ff WPIJ 'v ', .HI . V 5. . t.. i .-ir . L: & N. Time Table NORTH HOUND No'. 22 Daily, due 10:09 a in jNo. 12 Daily except Sundnv ........ 1:fi2 p in No. 21 Dnilv,,duc 11:44 p m SOUTH HOUND No. 2ft Dnitr. due .1:."S p m No. 11 Daily, cxicpt , Sunday : W n in ,No. -21 Dnilv, Due 3:K n in MfrSt'rcct inr leiivis lintel Jones twenty infinite before schedule time for trains '.f'' Cumborland !ft. & Company. '4 '"'' " TIMIC TAML.I0 'I "T '' South lloiiml. tkai.ss: DMI.Y 10:25 a in. 1:15 p in. j&.' No. 3, I.vc. Art No. 5, I.vc. Art tennis fl ICUIU No. II.", I.vc. " Sundays No. .'17, I.e. "Sunday North Hound. 7:.'10 n in. 1:15 p in No. 1. Arr, No. (5. Arr, Arti'inim 1-20 p in. Artciim (:.'t5 n in. No. . '115, Arr. " Sundnv 4): Kl n in. No. 38, Arr. " Sundav i',:'M) p in. W. H. PTAUKIJ, Oeii. I'as. At T, II. IIAYDI5N, Hen. Mj-r. ' peRSONftb I The 1-ditor of the HVOCATI5 de sires to apologize because of the ab sence ot tnntiv personal mention that slmtdd have appeared in Int weeks i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

; the Fountain advocate U.5. COLORADO STRIKERS MARCH TO MEET GOVERNOR ACTION CONFIRMED SAMUEL UNTERMYER A9ICS FCD- ERAL BODY TO RULE A3 CURB TO COMBINES. CONVICTION OF LABOR LEADERS IS UPHELD IN COURT OF AP. PEAL8 AT CHICAGO. .'lt'V urges POWER St r fr-.s u Ef CENSURES "ONE MAN" I0EA Pujo Inquiry Counsel, Speaking In Chicago, Request Executive Com mission to Administer Law as Rem' edy Cltos Standard Oil Case. Chicago. Jan. 7. A powetful federal executive) body to administer the dherman anti-trust law is tho prime remedy for the country's financial Ills, according to the statement of Samuel Untormyer on Monday at a luncheon of the Illinois .Manufacturers' association here Mr Untcrmjer was the counsel for the l'ujo committee, which recent ly investigated the "money trust." Tho HUbJect of hU address was "A Legisla tive Program "to Restore Business Freedom and Confidence." Mr. Untermyer ridiculed tho court "dissolution" of the Standard Oil trust as "flagrant and pitiful." with no restor...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

t THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE , A."' ate m Cv r m it .-- v.- . 1 ' . : , Rfi!7 & 4 l- Kv, P 9 KENTUCKY HILLS TREASURE-TROVE VEW RECORD FOR PRODUCTION OF COAL SHOWN BY SUMMARY. EASTERN FIELD TO FORE Seologlcal Survey Report Sett Out Enormous Riches That Haye Been Brought to Surface, and Forecasts Millions More. , (Veilern Newspaper Union News Service. Louisville, Ky. Tho report of tho United States Geological Survey on tho production of non-metallc minerals In Kentucky In a talc of hundreds of millions of dollars h.itng been taken out of treasure-crowded hills In 1913 nd a forecast of billions more. How the state teems with coal, coke, lime stone, spur, natural gaa and various other valuable yields of the soil; bow Hasten. Kentucky has developed dur ing tho past yar; how Kentucky briite the world's toal '"record all thoao things aro tola In tbe huge vol ume of over 1,200 poses, a summary of which has been ronelved here. One of the moat remarkable statements Is that detailing how Hasten...

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