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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Forty-Slx Year A (to
(From the Herald. Sept. 15, 1876)
Interesting letter from Dr. Je
rome B. Welle who ha Just recent
ly arrived In Great Britain and la
now In London.
The famoua Taylor Reunion was
held at Beaver Dam laat Thursday.
The crowd waa estimated at five
tiAtiaafM An IntArpatlnff nrotTam
Washington. Sept. 8. Changea In nd gn abundance ot good thlngi t0
the House Tax Bill, recommended eat
today to the Senate Finance Com- The old Methodist Church bell
mlttee by A. W. Mellon, Secretary of has been transferred to the semln-
the Treasury, Included:
WELLCN ASKS 1921 REPEAL
. , JFJBOFIIS TAX
Recommends to Senate Commit
tee Restorative Ruling
On Levy .
PLH STREET TREES '
A MUNICIPAL FUNCTION
In Congested Centers Trees Have
Been Sacrificed to Business .
One ot the characters In an early
day American romance of the time
wben the Stamp Act was causing all
kinds of trouble Is recorded as de
claring that New York never would
be a real business city because
lined with trees. The Van Vrooms,
the Stuyvesants, the Artavelts, and
other early settlers of the country
' a- 11 O nil. aiI n nA
Repeal of the excess profits tax . . . . mnA
effective as last January first, in- lne ,atterpart cf this week for Broadway and. Maiden Lane were
stead of next January first. Decatur, 111., where he will edit a
Retention of all of the transpor- dally raper. His many local friends
tatlon taxes for the calendar year regret his departure, but wish for
1922, but at half the present rates him the greatest, success in his new saved fine trees about their homes,
Instead of complete repeal as of scene of labor. on the village greens, along the
next January first. j Hartford Sabbath School and country roads, and In the fields.
Repeal of the capital stork tax. Choir adopt resolutions of respeot . But one will see no trees nowadays
effective next year, an entirely new f i"
proposal. nie H. Taylor.
Reduction of the maximum In
come surtax rate from 63 per cent
- 4o flasi effect
on Broadway, and Maiden Lane has
been transformed from the pleasant,
tree-bordered region of Dutch homes
with flower gardens Into the( busiest
wholesale jewelry district in Amer
ica, if not in the world.
KuslnoNN Streets Bare of Treew
Beauty and comfort gave way to
the inroads of commerce, not only
in New York but In most of Amer
ica's great cities, so that to-day trees
In a business street are a rare
sight. There are elm-shaded villages
New York and the Ohio
there are oak-tree
Thirty Yearn Ago
to 25 per cent effective January 1, (From the Herald, Sept. 16. 1891)
1922. instead of to 32 per cent as Co q c Shanks and Mrs. Lucy
provided in the House Bill. 1 Hubbard visited friends in Evans-
An increase of 5 per cent, instead vi)e jHgt week.
or 2'4 per cent in the normal cor- Hartford's brass band la practlc
poration Income tax, making the ng gome flne mugc f0r the Fair,
total 15 per cent, retroactive to last Mr Hardin Baird and Miss Lll
January first. ' jlan Bennett were married at the
A manufacturers' tax on cosmet- hnmB n n, hrlde'n father Mr. S.
les and proprietary medicines to re- A- Bennett, at Beda, Thursday, Rev. i ln New
nlncA the nresent ntnmn taxes which r -.... ki.i-' I towns in
, . . ,i , c uiui ia uiig.
vere pllminnterl hv the House I tx v. j .,. Valley, and
- - iJ I . vuiciliail iica.iict4 icat
Retention next year of the taxes germon Sunday at hg church from treetB to be ieen ,n the Southeast
on insurance premiums, but at one- t:,e text "jan gqeth to his long ern stntes' h,,t for the mORt l,art
half the present rates. ! nome , I this refers only to small towns or
O. K.'e Other House PiwM"M j The drug business of Hartford has cl,lesnever to the ngwted cen-
Wlth these excertlons, the Treas- received a valuable addition of terg of PPulation where they should
ury Secretary was understood to young bIoo,, and energy in the ! haVe been Pserved. Washington,
have approved the House measure firm of Williams, Bell & Co.. whose tne National Capital, is one of the
with its provisions for an increase of advertisement appears in another exceptions, and even there the plant
$500 In the exemption to heads of coiumn. j 'ngs wer not always wisely ar-
fumilies having net incomes of $5,- Rev R D. Bennett, of Oreenburg, ran(?ed-
000 a year or less and 8200 a.l.li- pa8se(1 through Hartford Monday on The tree growth on the streets of
tional for dependents: for decreased v,.a .v m rnniorcnn. t c.biU I the average American town or city
tates on sporting goods, yachts and
furs and for manufacturers taxes on ypup)( AgQ
fountain syrup and other Ingredients . , ,
f -or, drink, and In lie,, of the From tne Hera,d' Se ."01)
tnt so-called nuisance taxes. ' UHrn IO lne wlle ol ' ,Ke"B done under municipal control, and j
Mr. Mellon was before the com- ,n tl"J evenl"g of the 3rd- ,nrt- " the plantings on a street have been!
tnittee at two sessions and there fine boy' (confined to a single kind of tree,
was a general discussion of his rec- Prof- C' H' E,Ils wi" ,eave Frl" The telegraph, the telephone, the,
ommendations as well as of the for Dav"Ie. Ky.. where he goes eIertrlc ghti and tne trolley caft
probable revenue needs of the Gov- to ,ake 8 speflal course ln language , have added their share toward the'
IT BEATS the band.
THE WAY this thing. '
KEEPS POPPINO. up.
THE OTHER night
I BROKE all rules.
AND READ a high brow book.
AND HERE'S a hot one.
THAT IT handed me.
"MANY OP us find.
THAT TA8TE affords.
ONE OP the fairly.
OP EVERYDAY living.
AND IT seems.
UPON LONG reflection.
COMES CLOSE to bolnff.
THE LONG Bought
OP COURSE that isn't
WRITTEN WITH the ease.
AND POLISH to which.
WE ARE accustomed.
BUT ITS a mouthful.
AS YOU'LL agree if you.
JUST PUT it into good.
UNITED STATES, like this.
"SON, YOU'LL be running. '
ON POUR flat tires.
IP YOU don't hurry.
AND WRAP yourself around.
THE ONLY cigarette.
" THEY Satisfy" ncthingr
1 else so well describes Ches
terfields' mildness, their mellow
ness, their delicacy of aroma and .
smooth, even "body." It took
the finest varieties of Turkish
and Domestic tobaccos to do it"
and the highest order of skill
in blending them. Yes, the Ches
terfield blend is a secret. It
can't b copied.
Hap yoa mn tht nf '
AIR i TIGHT tint of SOT
Liggett St Myers Tobacco Co.
is ragged and unkempt in appear
e nee, while that of the suburb or
small vll!ne often is not much bet-'
ter unless tbe planting has been
f nmiHiit for this fiscal year. The
I mutilation or desructlon of the good
RrrrPtnrv nlure.l thPs t M 0S4.-! Mra- Annle Steele' wn0 has been trees that were In existence at the
000,000 on the basis of the redu- re3idinK ln Evansville. will return tm(. of th,lr 00m1ng. .
to Hartiord in a few days to make ,
tion in expenditures aEreed upon at l" """" " ; Faulty methods of pruning have
the White House tax conference last 11113 pllue her fulure home' 'caused disfigurement and ruin.
August 9th and estimated that Mr- Ulysses Carson- of the firm of "Success follows the careful plant-!
$SOO.O0O.O00 of this total would be Carsun Br08 ' rtlired Sun,lay ,rom i ing of good trees which are given I
raised from non-tax sources, such as a wetik's trl" to tl,e UuffaI ExP8'- adequate protection and timely at-1
customs, salvage ami the like, leav
ing $.1,234,000,000 to come from In
Miss Hettie Reynolds, of Rev-
nolds, whose illness was mentioned
in tlise columns last week, Is lm-
Ml'ST H.WK KlltK ItKKOitK j proving slowly.
KIRK S:1.H MAY UK IIKI.D Mr. Hardin Craig, of Princeton,
tentlon," says Farmers' Bulletin
1209, Planting and Care of Street
Trees, Just issued by the United
States Department of Agriculture.
"Every tree should be trained to Its
proper form while young, so that
J., is the guest Of his sister, Mn.! ,ln will nnt h nonenanrv
City, la.. S-'pt. 7. Tiis rnnn. later. Guards are necessary, too,
the proprietors of I - ' for gevearl years.
two clothing etores.
next door to
Ten V'ars Ak
each other, lias landed the enter-, (From the Herald, Sept. 13, 1911) The bulletin insists that provid
prising merchants In the courts. A 1 Mr. Jesse H. Barnes and Miss Ida ' ig shade on city streets Is as much
few day ago fire damaged the Block j Moseley, both of Beaver Dam, were a municipal function as providing
owned by Leftuvitch & Kozberg. united in marriage last week at Ow- lights or sidewalks and should,'
Yesterday they advertised a great ensboro. j therefore, be eared for by public
"lire k:!;" The sale was scheduled Messrs. Clifford Taylor, of Beav- officials. Probably the most efficient j
to start on Friday and their store tr Dam, and Fred Shultz, of Nar- way of arranging for proper super-;
front was covered with advertiHing. rows, left last Sunday for Lexington vision, It says, Is through an unpaid i
This morning when Messrs. Lef- where they matriculated In the commission of three or five niombers
tuvitch 4- KnisbfiK arrived at their State University. which in turn employs an executive
I lace of business they were astound-1 Mr. Ben Gray, Beaver Dam, was .officer. Methods of organization
ed when they b held the front of the the guest of his daughter, Mrs. H. : Bre described. and numerous illu
store of Morris and Julius Passman. ! K. Brown, and Prof. Brown, city, a titrations show how trees should be
successful ln many ot the Eastern
"This, it seems, is the most prac
tical method of teaching thrift and
as the 1920 session of the Kentucky
Legislature passed an act requiring
the teaching of thrift in the public
and high schools, it appears that a
school saving bank could be operat
ed very nicely in conjunction with
this course of study. It could be
operated, however, independently of
the course of study. The writer has
gathered quite a bit of data relative
to this plan and if you are interest
ed and would like to establish a
school saving bank ln your school,
I shall be glad to furnish you with
information relative to same, free
of charge. This plan can be operat
ed with very little cost, as a local
bank will be glad to assist you in
A HORSE'S EPITAPH
The front of the building and the few days last week,
display window were fairly plaster-; Judge J. S. Glenn went to Green
il with hiiye pMrariM also un- ville Sunday afternoon and is at-
planted. There are chapters also
describing pruning, spraying, trans
planting, and other subjects of Ipi-
..Messrs. Lef- tending the Muhlenberg Circuit portance to every town or city
whether it has trees or wishes to
have them. The bulletin may be
had free upon application to the
of Publications, I'nited
immcdiltely Court this week.
Eoiisbt their lawyer, explaining that Misars. McHenry Ilolbrook and
their rivals hud not hud a tire In Donglus Felix will leave tomorrow
i-ight months So bow, they argued to
resume their school work, the Division
former in the Kentucky Wesleyan, states Department ot Agriculture,
could they hold u lire sale.
The conference with the lawyer Winchester, Ky., and the latter In , Washington, D. C,
resulted in the obtaining of un In- Kentucky State University, Lexlng
Junction restraining the Pussinan ton.
biothers from further advertising of i . , -
their "fire sale." Accordingly the Till IS WHAT "WHITE MI LE"
auDounceuieuU were removed.
KKEK MAX Willi
WOI XDKD KOUK
WILL DO TO VEGETATION
appeurance of the custom house
lawn, where the contents of several
Henderson. Ky., Sept. 8. Seaixh containers of moonshine liquor were
was being niada today for Perry poured a week ago, has given rise
Suttou, who shot and wounded Tom to much speculation here as to the
TO TEACH Til III FT
IX PUBLIC HCHOOLS
Buirls. bis wife and daughter, und
M negro farm hand. The trouble
grew out of Durris uecuslug Sutton
of breaking into his house and steal
ing articles. Denying the charge
Sutton started at Ilurris when the
latter drew a revolver and fired,
- whereupon Sutton retreated.
Later Sutton fired from ambush
with a shotgun at Burris, who was
stuted In tbe front yard with his
family. A negro farm band was In
direct line and all four were wounded-
Come to your home fair, every
body should do their best to make
Ohio County Fair the best In the
State, it depends on you. -2t
probable effect of the stuff on the
human system. The grass wilted
and curled almost Immediately,
then It slowly turned brown. Now
the place is perfectly bare of vege-gution.
TO UK ItEGISTIUIt OF
FA KM LOAN BANK
Frankfort. Ky., Sept. 8. McKen
sie R. Todd, private secretary ot
Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, has resign
ed his position to accept appoint
ment as registrar of the Farm Loan
Bunk, with headquarters In Louis
ville. Ha will travel Kentucky, Ohio,
Indians and Tennessee.
Frankfort. Ky., Sept. 8.-Puplls
in Kentucky schools this year are
Sept. 10. The to be taught how .to save money.
Savings banks are to be established
In the city schools throughout the
State ln connecting with the teach
ing ot thrift as required under the
1920 thrift , law, if plaus of the
State Banking Commission are car
In a letter to superintendents of
city schools, W W. Peavyhouse,
Deputy Banking Coinnilssinoer,
states that the commission will
furnish all Information necessary
and that tbe local banks will be
glad to co-operate In operation of
the plan. His letter follows:
"After consulting the Department
of Education, I am writing the su
perintendents of the various city
schools of the State with regard to
the establishment of school savings
banks in. these schools.
"You are no doubt already ac
quainted with this .plan, which has
been very popular and proved very
Soft lies the turf on these who find
Beneath our common mother's am
Unstained by meanness, avarice, or
They never cb.ea.ted, and they never
They ne'er Intrigued a rival to dis
Tbey ran, but never betted on the
Content with harmless sport and
Boundless in faith and love and
Happy the man, it there be any such
Ot whom bis epitaph can say as
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