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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 9 January 1914

I AA mh IH ( I wi I I b I ' ' Wr VrXT.vvvvvvvvvv?: nm J?s: lam ,vvvxvwvvvfryvvvv 8 Since January 5th, We Have Been Operating a Strictly CASK STORE. Our Prices have Convinced many kM That We Can Save You Money ON EVERYTHING YOU EAT, WEAR and USE. You Can Greatly Reduce the High Cost of Living by Trading at this Store. GROCERIES Best Patent Flour, white as ' as Cream, per sack only Per barrel, only -now, Rich )5C $5.40 Mother' Self-rising Four, Makes Biscuit &() like Mother use to make, per sack only v Meal, Kiln Dried, in '-'1 pound bags A.'Xr only ... OL- Two for - - 85c Granulated Sugar, pi hi. i m, per pound 05c Hegular 23c (ireen Cotlee, per pound 18c Regular 23c Roasted Coll ee. per pound 15c Regular 20e Rousted Ootlee,per pound IZY2C Hand-picked navy beans, per pound 4V4C . Cakes J.eno or Hanuuer Soap IOC 12 Cakes good Toilet Soap 20c ftpkekag. Light ll'Ui-o Cleanser 10c Lye Balls, each 03c 2 can? I'olk's Best Corn 1 5c i cans Overland Peas 15c Stella brand Table Beaches . ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

llnni1 -wW3w:'.i . r OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY New Scries: Vol. Ill, No. 15. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914, Old Series: Vol VIII, No. 34. n.jium -. B Ollur t.AT.ON g ipi , I gf, J b ', 3 y uiik i VtfTClTr RTTB II IT !TST! ff nv SBir Hiv Aa tf naic i - - v jpv v wz-sy rjffff- r tfX tip . sv . POST OPFBCE DEPARTMENT -THIRD ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL WASHINGTON. lThe Postmaster General makes a special request that nil pntrohs of this l'nstoffic tile nml preserve a copy of these Tared Post rate?, for future rcfertjie Decembers, 1913. l!OSTMASTKK:- Tlicre are inclosed copies of the Postmaster General's Orders N'o 770i", No. 7700, and No. 7707, modifying the limit ol weight and rates of postage applicable to fourth-class mnttcr mailed, on and after Jan. 1, 11)14, for delivery in certain ones; fixing the limit of weight, rate of postage, and other er millions ol inailnhility appiicalile, on and after Iniiuiirv 1, I'.tM, to gold nimled in or to Al...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

y. THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE T DELUGE OF BILLS ARE INTRODUCED PURING SESSIONS OF KENTUCKY ASSEMBLY AT FRANKFORT THIS WEEK. "HOPPER SYSTEM" DISCARDED A nil wna adonted Drohtbltlnn ln- Court of Appeal? John -- " r rha rmin. iimeer ii i urT I Rleete, 'iw. William A ators from smoking whon In tho sen-1 ,.,rrv. .lohn w IIimieImk. lleorire H Bar- -. -, I ..nl...l- i.vlon.1 niv i f t. iv t .Mcna i . rrniiK e ei ate cnnmuer v niwuuua """"" tt7i.- m cilnnin n.i II T ftoundlree. m Mm nlrlnw ninl Don of Cen Simon Jllollvar lliu-kner vvns Introduced. ' Plan It Tabled. After the unnouncemont of tho com mittees, Senator J II, Miles oiTorcd a resolution providing that any senator who baa a personal or private) Interest In any matter which may come before a committee of which ho is n member shoulil nrlse and make, tho fact known. After a brief debate the resolution was tabled. Go. McCreary sent the following nominations to tho senate: For Members of the Hoard of Trus tees of the State University H. N. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

V T-T 'TfSfwr f;7 v-aTW ;. ", .' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE "' .&' KF" tffc V v 1 A - Women Allowed to Perform Hard, Work By DR. CRACE E. CROSS , standing. What then do we mean by'"hiird" work for women? As wo think of tho difficult tasks which already; by common consent, full lo woman's lot, wo come to see that we mean by "hard" work for women only hard work which it is not customary for women to perform work which in the past has been done by men. From a physician's standpoint the question of a suitable task for women would largely be determined by its physical ciTccl rpon her. To help us in deciding what a woman' is physically nblo to bear it may bo well to consider what she has borne and is beaming. ' For instance, a woman in the lower social scale may bear and rear a largo family, a sufficient task in itself! In the intcrvol she docs all tho household work. She launders, cooks, cleans and sews. She lifts heavy tubs and baskets of clothes and stands for hours at cook stovo or Iro...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

V , "sprcnSi m MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE PUBLIBHKD KVRKY FRIDAY AT uaUbourville,krntuoky W . U . McDonald Editor kV. 0. McDonald, Assoc. Editor KlitfNMl u Sfoniid.Olm Mutter February ill, lM at lb. rVutotrice at DnrboUrvllle, "Kyi, under el of Oongre of March a. tsT. One Dollar Per Year in Advance ,'Tttc Official Organ of the RepuDllcan Party In Knox County. QzfoitoiiaL THE CURRENCY BILL The Currency Hill ha been pass ed by both llouc of Conereo and j hns been signed bv the President ot p the I'nitcd States. 'I herelore, it i now ti imrt of the law of the laml ' None ol the .eligible business tncu of the country will want to watc their time in dicui'iiig its theoreti cal possibilities-. but will liegin at once to prepare themselves to con duct their liunic under its provis ions. Hut it will, nl course mnki j"-,boinc changes in the daily banking and commercial hie nl the iiieicliant, banker, matiuhictiircr oi the Mttucr. Whether this law will adect tin iieuple ol this iitv cannot be lore tol...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

;T5fc" "Srfjfl THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE U.-." &. k 4 STIRRING Scenes in 1863; News From The Front in War Days. (lo hfr INU-Lcsllos Wrfkly.) Ilrlitllt .Vl'IIiiW clonk Willi Mcnrk't hoods, sciirl"! clonks with vulhiw hitoilH, hluo clunks Willi whlto hoods, purplf clonks with oraiiKo hoods, iinil striped mill cliiqut-r-tl clonk with cilin.Moii hoods, iin- nil tho mite In New York. Sonif of tin Indies In Iltirf finl np n'nr In llu- Rtrcnto without hoop, hut with drosses Unit come onlv to the nnklr, disuliiflliig Bnlmniiil hoots anil smpi'ti stneKllijrs. One of the lltiilfnrd pupi.ru thinks this Is 11 pleasant reform. .Mrs. Lincoln, It Is snlcl, will soon iiflcr Iho mot'tlng of Congress mnk Minn- flinngi- of etiquette of the While Houie. It Isuimounced that .-he will licclvo hor friends ovory diiy from 12 to 3 p. in., anil that In thu oyenlnjr Mr. mid Mrs. Lincoln will nl ways be glnd to soo tholr friends from 8 to 10 o'clock p. in Thin will do iiwiiy with tho Incon veniences of levees ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ft i Y THE DRISTOL-TO-LEXINGTON HIGHWAY (N.B.ReMine, Bristol.Tenn.) Bristol, Tenu., January 8. In Colonial days, when American civilization was young, the great movement westward was across the Blue Ridgo and thenco west ward along the Virginia-Tennessee boundary, through Cumber land Gap into Kentucky. It was this route that Isaac Shelby, the first governor (.f Kentucky, mid Daniel Boone, the. pioneer hunt er, traveled when they moved westward from "the Watauca Settlement." The Tennessee Virginia boundary line took the same direction, the natural in clination being to reach the gap in the Cum berland range of moun tains. This is still the most di rect route from the Southeast in to Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, ana :i modern stone high way over tlii old "Wilderness Route" is just as essential to present-day conditions, with mul tiplying automobiles, as was the old "Wilderness lload" to the hardy pioneers. Next in importance to the Carolina, Clinchfiel...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

1 . .7. r THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE "Si l J r T I KK V v" Al L. & N. Time Table NORTH BOUND No. 22 Dnily, due 10:09 n m No. 12 Daily except Sunday 162 p m No. 24 Dnilr, due 11:44 p tn . SOUTH BOUND No'. 23 Daily, due ... 3:58 p m . No. 1 1 Daily, except Sunday 6:43 a m No. 21 Daily, Due 3:45 a m loTStrcct car leaves Hotel Jones twentv minutes before schedule time for trains Cumberland Si, Sv Company. TIM1C TA.BLIC South Bound. tkains: ' daily No. 3, Lve. Artcmus 10:25 a m. No. 5, Lve. Artemus 4:15 p m. No. 33, Lve. " Sundays 7:30 a m. No. 37, Lve. " Sundays 4:15 p in North Bound. No. -1, Arr. Artcmus 1:20 p m. No. G. Arr. Artemus C:35 p tn. No.3G, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a m. No. 38, Arr. " Sunday 0:30 p in. Y. B. STAR KB, Gen. Pass. Apt T. II. UAYDBN.Gen. Mgr. . peRSONftb The Advocate Office has just fitted each of the Justice's ol the county up witlin full set of blanks, we can fit yoti up with just anything you may need, give us a trial. Some people nre afraid that thev will take Smal...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

s .. . . - a "x vvr- -r j . -1 r- " mJ&R- ' r ; : i 11 5. SOUHERS SHOT MEXICAN REBELS FIRE ON CAV. ALRYMKN WHEN THEY CROSS BORDER. OJINAGA TAKEN BY VILLA Federal! Croia Line and Surrender to Major McNamee 300 Are Executed by Victorious General Without Court-Martial. Naco, Arlx., Jan. '.3. Mexican rebelft ' commanded by (rtnoral Villa fired tJDon four troops tff the Tenth t'nlted States cavalry wb'.lo they wero across tho border wn Sunday. Two of tho cavalrjraen woro wounded and all four wero arrested by tho rebels and held until their Immediate release was lcmanded by Captain Tompkins, com mander of tho border patrol here. The Incident aroused IntenHo feeling on both nldes of tho border and moro trouble Is looked for. Presidio, Tex., Jan. 13 The Mexi can federal army with Its nine gener als evacuated OJInnga, Mexico, and tho triumphant rebel forces under Gen. Francisco Villa occupied tho vil lage on Saturday. Defeat of thu federal army at this point marks tho most Important rebe...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

iv a e s , Y Wi . I' ' ?- iC - r u t c . . ;j ., .f ,' fcy . &.& w : 1 yfc , a"' 1 -t- i? jfV. V EjEr' I f ' CONSTiTOTII CONVENTION COMMERCIAL CLUD8 HAVE START-! ED MOVEMENT IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. LEGISLATURE ASKED TO ACT Movement Will Require Ratification by the Two General Assemblies Action at This Time Desirable and Wise. Western Newspaper Union News Service Louisville, ICy. Commercial clubs , started a movement for n conBtltu-1 tlonal convention, and will ask the present legislature to tnke the neces sary steps toward providing such u convention. Tho action of two succes sive general assemblies Is necessary for an election of members io u consti tutional convention, and the conven tion can not be held earlier than 1919. In order to be prepared to meet a public doiunnd for n revision, should such demand become Insistent, the Louisville Commercial club believes preliminary notion at this time Is de rtlrablo and wise. The Interest of other commercial clubs lu the state w...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 16 January 1914

-.jMMMBMflMMBBMMBMMWMMMlWMWMHHIMMM KLili HP4) THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE " ' tIH at-----W--M-IMMltlil IB. . , -" X 4M T l HBM. k MHH HHMM jjft F hUH vHh HH T hH HB mf hIHF lF hUH HK !33 HlHf hUh hi. mv mn l H s&JP j hIB l hh mi m i h hh es w iH-i mi n nH L l fl h I H vfl . l fll flL -1 I w l IS t ---r ".! him b --- gr ,nBr vr .- 'i r m i ,u VCW-W .t T ,VVTCV.V.VVV.VVVVVVVVVVVV.VVVVVVVVV.VVVVVVV i- -i . . - a a -- .-,- j.j.,-- - ,jhj.i - . - jaajB - i f i i. -,... -i , ,---. -t----f !i,'MtNJiXliP.APl J-lAjiaAayw,ci-fiAJ--- r &&82&8&3$$a &miM&-i&tizii t. ik'iziS2U&im&mmmmmmmmMMmmmmmm$x 3.i.i I 1 3Sfra8&aB.$- Kaaaasssa.. ON EVERYTHING YOU EAT, WEAR and USE. OUR CASH SYSTEM For Us to Sell the lO to 25 CHeaper M AK B Tu ES IT POSSIBLE st Merchandise an Any Other h. NOTE CAREFULLY 1 LOW PRICES GROCERIES Best Patent Flour, white as snow, Rich as Cream, per t-ack only Per barrel, only Mother's Selt-riMiig Four, Makes Biscuit like Mother ue t" make, per...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

7 jv y- ,' r s ' t" itlmutUiht vrir TTrrrrTinnnnr I R cnu'i'LATion g S CJItOULATIOtf 1,000 i H a 1,000 8 J V SC JUULB..B. 4 Jl JUUUL tt. gjrjrjjrjqcxoJLxaS; r-r mirr ! TH"' WfeHHPIM' ' -VF&3hffiF- OrnCIAL ORGAN OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN KNOX COUNTY ' ' BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914 1 New Series: V61. in, No. 16. Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. &WfF&P"i fhe '1 hhft r ;t f r .' - SAND CLAY ROADS Deportment ot Agricul ture Gives Advice As to The Best Methods of Construction rH Maintenance. Washington, D. 0., Jan 21, '14 There aTe at prosent nbont JJfi.OOO miles of sand clay roads in the United States, mainly in the Southern States, according to the Ollicoof Public Roads, D. S. Department of Agriculture. The time to work the roads is in the spring when the sou is damp. If the working of the roads is deferred until loto in Summer when thay are dry, they are are not only much more dif ficult to put in proper shape but the cost of repair is greater than it they wer...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

11 -i j S . P' THE MOUNTAIN ADVOQATE jr . v'7 t" CONVICTS FLEE; 7 DIE EX.CONQRESSMAN THOMAS OF IL LINOIS SLAIN AND WOMAN 8HOT DURING BATTLE. THREE PRISONERS ARE DEAD Inmates of State Penitentiary at Okla homa Attempt to Shaot Way to Lib erty, With Girl a Shield, and En gagement With Pone Follow. McAlestcr. Okla, Jan 21 As tlie re sult of an attempt on the part of three prisoners to escape from the state penitentiary here on Monday, seven men are dead and one woman In wounded. The dead: P. C. Oates, deputy sheriff. P. C. Godfrey, gunrd. H. H. Decover. Hertlllon man. Judge John II. Thomas, formerly congressman from Illinois. China Heed, prisoner Tom Lane, prisoner. Charles Kuntz, prisoner. The Injured. Miss Mary Foster, prison stenog rapher; shot In leg. J. W. Martin. turnkey; shot In cheek. C. B. Woods, guard; shot In arm. Judge Thomas. a Muskogee attor ney, was formerl) congressman from Illinois, a federal Judge and a mem ber of the state code commission. He served five ternw In con...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

PMk pBr i 'J'J'KMRMiWf THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE J fr ." SALE OF FARM RECOMMENDED OUTCOME OF INVESTIGATION INTO CONDITIONS AT' NOR. MAL 8CHOOL. WATKINS UNSEATED BY HOUSE neiolutlon For Investigation of State Investigator Is Tabled Impeach ment of Judge Is Asked In Petition Many New Bills Introduced. (By Ernest W. Helm ) Frankfort Aflor the aenatp Inves tigating committee, headed by Senator Walker Hall, of Covington, liad heard tho tefctlmony of President J. C. Crabbe nnd Itegcnts J. V. Cammack and I'hll Orlnstcad, of the Kastern Kentucky Normal school, the commit tee decided to recommend that the col lege sell its farm ct 120 acres, which cost ?1S, 800. This farm is used by tho college for demonstration hi Its In Htmctton of agriculture. Tho commit tee will recommend that tho annual appropriation of $715,000 be cut, but how much has not been determined. The regents of tho college will light the attempt of tho sennto to eliminate agriculture from Its course of studies. Watklns Is Unseate...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

4 If m J- - Mfcua THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 1 JflLES MJHMSUKD KVPRr PntDiT at nARBOl'RVlLLK,KRKTCOh.V '' Jt J.4. BY ASSOCIATfc EDITOR F.btTOn W. H. McDoWitD V. 0. McDn.v.vi.u, Asu(.. KbiTon1 l'iitrl sWouJ.CUs .YfslUir Pubrvsrj , K., under Ant of Oonxrm ot Moron X l"l. One Dollar Per Veor in Ail?anc riir (lftkl.il Orfljn ot Ihc Rcptiolican Parry In Knox County. LITTLE GIRL. BitoriaL 1 hi nmsifiiTrisWi An Expensive Officer. Ii wan sorr.t day for Kentucky when she elected her present Secre tary of State. Hecause of big failure I" do his pluin duty the Court of Appeals liolfto that the people of tho Stiitn :il the lust election Were pow crloss hy their votes to Inltliit mach needed chances In the Constitution whereby it modern tvnteni of fx- tlon could be secured und? convict hl be put to work on the public Hindu. Thus the. labor of yearn goes fr muurht, through the (ihortcom. iitK of oneofilcial, nd these vital reform- nr Indetlnltely postponed. Indeed, they tnny be postponed for o er unle...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

ft THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE X. . MOT.l'J 1 . . f coiner's vnr"rr"TT"T7r7r. . "' - wnen your mooa is mgm: PirafTima 5 O 1 YourWholeSystem isRightr Colliers TtTfl'll? First Time in Cluba Until thli year Cottitr'i has been sold at $5.50. Noxv the price Is $2.50 and vvehave secured a concession where by we can oiler it at a still further reduction in con oectlon with this publication. Special Offer to Our Readers Recognitine the great demand (or Cellirr't at the new price, we have made arrangements to offer it and our own publication each one year (or the price of CsWier'salone. This if a limited offer and must be taken advantage of promptly. What You Get 'm Collier's Collier' Is the one big. Independent, tearless weekly of the whole country. Not only is it the good eitiien's liandliook but it Is also a magazine for the whole family. Among the things that a year's subscription gives arei 1000 Editorials 000 New Photos . 250 Short Articles . 150 Short Slorles 100 Illustrated Features 2 Comp...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

''i IV v j. i "-.Ty t a i. - cv ' "jrj'v. Li V BLANK PAGECS3 m f. I 9 i , 4K4 f . .

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

4 " r " ,j THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE L. & N. Time Table STATE'S VETERAN EDITOR NO MORE ORDINANCE. s -1 i i 1 1 E K ft. : &' NORTH BOUND No. 22 Daily, clue 10:09 a m No. 12 Daily except Sunday 1:52. p m No. 24- Dailv, due 11:44 p m SOUTH HOUND No. 23 Dnilv, lite 3:ft8 p m No. 11 Daily, cxicpt Sundnv H:43 n m No. 21 Dnilv, Due Sh-W ft m tairStrcct car leaves Hotel Jones twentv minutes before schedule time for trains Cumberland R. 31. Company. TIM IS TVULilO South Hound. trains: n"-'ir No. 3, Lvc.Artcnitis 10:20 n m. No. f, Lvc. Artcmus 4:15 p m. No. 35, Lvc. " Sundays 7:30 a tn. No. 37, f.ve. " Sundays 4:15 p m. North Hound. No. 4, Arr, Artcmus 120 p m. No. G. Arr. Artcmus 0:3." p m. No. 30, Arr. " Sunday 9:40 a in. No. 38, Arr. " Sunday 0:30 p m. V. . STARKE, Gen. Fass. Agt T. II. MAYDIiN.Gcn. Mgr. PeKSONftb $ Mrs W R lllnck is reported as be ing cpiitc ill at her home on College Street. VV II Campbell, the Indian Creek incrchnnt, was in town yesterday on business. J Frank Hnwn i...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

Er " ' . ' " 'AM . Kv ifl rv- rv THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE P: CHAPTER I. The Boarders. Regarding tho events of that rainy utumn evening at Mrs, Moore's boarding-house In tho Tar West Twen ties of New York, accounts differ oniewhat although not enough, after all, but what vb may piece together a connected story. Until tho groat event, they were trivial. It was the reflected light of the tragedy which gave thetn their Importance. Most of the boarders remained In doors, since It was too wet In the oarlr evening for faring out-of-doors with comfort. After dinner. Miss Harding and Miss Jones, stenogra phers, who shared n room-and-alcovo on the second floor, entertained "com pany" In the parlor on tho ground Boor two young offlce-mates who fig ure but dimly In this tale. These call ers came at eight o'clock. A few min utes later Professor Noll Joined them. Professor N'oll was a diet doluslonlst. the assistant editor of a health-fond magailne. He lived on tho third floor, across the hall from ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 23 January 1914

TSJ rTJ.l'i 1 V XF TfcVT ' ' 'V ' .' -H THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE ' ,A ' r !K rv tf,-. A. . ft - ; is. . ,. ft. wr. : . uTfr ," ;. 'v. i. f r A ' lA N.S ..W if . I-V 12! F t 47f BUSINESS TO BE President Outlines Plan for Regu lation of Trusts. SQUARE BUSINESS WITH LAW explicit Definition of the Policy and. Meaning of Existing Laws li of First Importance Antagonism Between Business and Qovernment. Is Now Over. Washington, Jan. 20. President Wilson delivered the following mes sage today before n Joint session of the two houses of congress: "Gentlemen of the congress: "In my report 'On tho State of the Union,' which 1 had the privilege of reading to jou on tho 1st of Decem ber last, I ventured to reserve for discussion at a later dato the subject of additional legislation regarding the very difficult and Intricate matter of trusts and monopolies. The time now seems opportune to turn to that great question; not only because the cur rency legislation, which absorbed your attention and tho at...

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