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THE HARTFORD HERALD
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DOG TAGS FOR 1929
Get your dog tags on or befjre the first day of January, If yoa
do not want to violate the law, and pay the penalty. Send by mall,
$1.0 J for the first male dog, and $2,00 for each subsequent male ,
-dog; and $2.02 for the first female dog, and $4.00 for each sub
sequent female dog, also give the following Information, vis:
Tour Post Office Address . . . . .
Tour Voting Precinct . ; ...... t ......
Breed or kind of dog r. .
' Male or Female '
Age of Dog .....'... '.
Color of Dog ...... i . . . ..... ......
W. C. BLANKENSHJP, "
Clerk1 Ohio County Court.
Bettrr Hoims, Closer Orgitnixatloa
Mora Normal Institutions Raggmtcd
I Of the 8,070 rural schools In Ken'
tucky, 3,000 are housed In one-room
buildings according to the Education
i Under the present plan, It was
found, the department of education Is
held responsible for the system and
for the expenditure of some $4,000,-'
000 annually without . any means of
There are eighty-four high school,
teachers In the state who have not
had high school (raining. j
The per capita spent averages from
one-half to two-thirds of the average
oOOOOOOOOCXCOOOOOOC eI,ent throughout the United States.
i i Many other reasons why Kentucky
stands near the bottom of the educa
tional roster of states are given and
recommendations for correcting, the
faults ottered. - j
Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 13. "We ore
to guess the quality of
Ich the rchool children
receive," the Kentucky educational
HOOVER WANTS CONGRESS holding ratings In which there
TO GIVE RUSSIANS BIG HUM now an excess of men.
I- The reduction Is necessary on ac-
Washlngton, Dec. 13. Effective count of the shortage of the appro
food 'relief in Russia must be ad- prlatlons for the pay of enlisted men
ministered hv conarespional action, for the balance of the year. It was
Rpprotiirr Hoover told the house said, at the department and will In a position
foreign relations committee today In take plRce as soon as It Is possible education which the rchool children
nalrlnir an annronrlatlon of twenty to make the discharges.
million dollars for the purchase of fn the Atlantic fleet the reduc- ey 'ePrt made public today, de
food supplies for starving Russians, tlon will affect about 2,200 men It cl,,re 1,1 annulling up conditions as-j
The question could be solved only was said, and In the Pacific fleet obtained before applying practical
by congressional charity, he added, about 800. The aviation personnel tests for proficiency to thousands of.
explaining 'that voluntary contrlbu- will be decreased by approximately youths. (
tlons to Russian reliefs since Aug- 1,200 men and the balance will be " "Tlle 8tl,fe board, as at present
wst had not amounted to $500,000. distributed through various naval constituted, does not function; a.
In urging purchase of twice the districts nad short stations. Wb.en'ste superintendent politically j
amount of grain recommended last he orders are executed there will re- chosen and without adequate staff,
week by President Harding , In his main about 99,000 men In the nnval or funds could not, It he woujd. con-j
. 1 1 .i , i m . i . i j., i. . v, r p i v p and niirsua a far-rparhlne
st nnp ryroaa nnn hh mucu , i ii'h. Hilt, ijiiii i.ii? i 1 1 il i i i h , no .
IIieBBUBU . lu WB'UH " ' - .
, , th rnrdnov bill to apnroprl- ne-cesaary to operate some ships with scheme of educational development;
tn million dollars for the pur- less than ninety per cent of their the county superintendents, mostly
,.., , minion hushels of conTful! complement. untrained, usually lack expert aid of
VU . . ... . . .. 1,.,. .1,. ,,,!,.
minion bushels of seea At present tne navy aeparimeni ,uj ", "e ..o u,c ..o....
... . .... . ......... i .i nn,i i. . nv,nr
Hoover said that the does not contemplate the removal ' i.it."
It." The sup- of any ships from active serviec but " bihuuuuhk ju.i,, on
the Fordney a few shiP3 may be tied up tern- iy a "ouy oi wen iraincu cic
That is what you are getting when you buy
an Anchor Range or Cook Stove, for our
many years of business, selling this line of
stoves, enables us to confidently give this
guarantee with every one we sell:
Hint if a Anchor etove does not jiive
itlolnte patisfiiclion in cocking we
will cheerfully refund the iturclwtse
price or furnish yen with another stove
free f charcre,
. .."situation . required
Dlies contemplated In
mentary teachers; many school
buHdings are unfit to house children
1 The experts did not guess, though.
bill, he declared, were Inadequate, porarily.
In addition to the grain, he said, s
una nnn raw of condensed milk NEW YEAR TO SEE
h. nt to Russia for three - ROM'S FIGHT BEGUN They vldited sixty-six counties, made
n-hif million starving child- a careful study
i Washington, Dec 14. The House unny-wiree una in nan me prinri-
former gov- Ways and Means Committee, now ril cities. Standard tests were plv
Vernon Kel- that the tariff and tax revision are en to 15.700 children of the fifth.
i- nt wn.htneton. both of whom off Its hands for the present at seiemn and eighth grades in nine
recently returned from Russia least will take up the soldier bonus typical counties in different sections
where they studied the famine sit- question Immediately after the of the state and fifteen cities, 5?.-
n.Hnn fnr the American Relief ad- Christmas recess. Chairman ' Ford- 000 test papers being marked and
ministration joined the secretary of ney announced today that the com- the results tabulated.
commerce In urging that a twenty mittee's first order of business for 'n aamtion to thl3, data o the
million appropriation bill be rushed the new year would be consideration Progress of 136,828 pupil3 in the
through congress. - of adjusted compensation leglsla- "ine counties, 222 graded districts
When the secretary stated that ,tlon. Its primary concern, he added, an forty-seven cities were collected
mirrhitiii. of arain for distribution in -would be to determine how funds and information was obtained about
Russia would afford some relief to with which to pay a bonus can be the training of 11,712 of the 13,563
American farmers. Representative reached. teachers.
Connolly. Democrat. Texas, Inter- i Whore Tost Were Mode
rupted with a remark that tne ais- ivmiiu .Men or , vt omen io Jfle tests were made in Carlisle.
lane orders among irienas ana oiark, Hardin, Letcher, Logan, Ma
neighbors for the genuine guaran- son, Russell, Union and Washing-
teed hosiery, full line for men ton counties and ln Lexington. New
women ana cnuaren. naimmsws port, Paducah. Frakfort. Ashland
naming. v vy ie " ' uowiing ureen, Henderson, Danville,
spare time, or sb.uv a weeK tor Elizabethtown, Georgetown. Mays
full time. Experience unnecessary, rille, Morganfleld, Mt. Ster'lne Tin.
cussioa should . be confined to the
humanHarian side of the question.
IS CUT 5,000 MEN
Washington, Dec. 13. The en
listed personnel of the navy will be
reduced shortly by about 5,000 men
as a result of orders authorizing the , ciion oi ine last general as
H.Phrff nf mnv me on their Hemsutcning ana picoung auacn-. tommy, is composed of Dr. W. A
own requests, the navy department nient work on any ewing machine. Ganfleld, former president of Centre
announced today Officers were ln- easl"r aJeo- "ice sz.su wan ruu en.iege; Alex o. Barrtt, of Louis
Write International Stocking Mills, sellville and Winchester.
Norrlstown, Pa. 19-IOt. , The survey commission appointed
: ,hy direction of the last general
Hemstitching and plcotlng attach-, pombly, Is composed of Dr W
Officers were ln- easllv adjusted, rrice sz.so wan ruu college; Alex G. Barrtt, of
to give preference to men 'lr""''"- u'"11' Harman, or Bowling
"short timers" and to those Box corpus cnristi. lexas. ureen; C,. J. Haydon. of Springfield
COPY - MONTH - YEAR
OHIO COUNTY DRUGCO.
and Miss Katie McDanlel, of Hop
klnsvllle The work was done by
the experts of the General Educa
tional board, of New York.
Fifteen months were spent In the
field by the surveyors. It cost the
state $8,000, while In addition to
the salaries of Its experts, the Gen
eral Educational board contributed
$15,000 toward the project.
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