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HOW. THIRD SI.
S , CIRCUIT COURT
x Convenes Jirst Monday la March,
sVfPteniber and fourth Monday in
t ' Each term, continues 12 Juridical
y days. '
tJndjro George S. Wilson. Owens-
T boro. .
Com'th. ittorn' Glover H.
Clerk Frank Black.
Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis.
Trustee Jury l-'nnd I.. B. Tlchonor,
- COUKTX COURT
Convenes first Monday. In each
Judge R. R. Wedding. '
County Att'y Otto C. Martin.
uioin uuy napney,
' Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies
Mack Cook, Iria Render, George
, P. Jones,
v ' Jailer Nathan lei Hudson.
' . QUARTERLY COURT
Judge 11. tt. Wedding.
' ' Convenes first Monday In each
- month. "
. ' Convenes Tuesday after first Moa
sday ' in January; 6rt Tuesday in
a April ana unoDer, mo Leuui
Judge presiding. ,
1st. District J. P. McCoy, Hart-
, ford. '
r 2nd District W. C. Knott. Center-
tow?:. . , '
8rd. District Q. B. Brown,' Sim
4th. District J. R. Murphy, Fords-
5th. DULrlct Sam H. Holbrook,
Hartford. R. F. D. No. 4
: otn. District iuacn rauruu, war
- t rows. R. F. D. No. 2.
, 7th. District J. Walter Taylor, Bea-
.... Tr Dam, R. F.D. No. J.
BOARD OF EDUCATION .
Suwrinte-dent Mrs. I. S. Mason
Convene 'first Monday In every
month. Mr. I. 8. Mason, 8. 8. O. C,
and ex-official Secretary-Treasurer
R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R.
W. RT Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart-
- ford. R. F. D. No. 3
Nat Llndley. Centertqwn, R. F. D.
No. 1. ,
Otis Steven, Beaver Dam,
Claud Renfrow, Dundee..
' Examin ations
For Common School Diploma
Fourth Friday and Bataraay in
jnnnurv. an d Second Friday and Sat
urday In May. ' Held In Fordsville,
iiAnwap lium anil Hartford
Kor Toachor' OertJflcaBB Third
" Friday and rJaturday In May, Jun
' and September.' Except notice to
given to tho contrary the latter ex.-
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BOARD OK DRAINAGE
s. T. Barnett. Hartford. President;
y C. Kbckor, Beaver Dam, R. F. D.
No.1, aid, J. A. BeTlamy. Wbltea
il. R. F. D. No. X. ,.
. OTHER OFFICERS ,.
Tax )hjnililoner R,' F. Keown,
Treawurr-C. O. Hunter.
Surveyor C 8. Moxley. Fordvllle.
ReprMiratatlvex-Ira Jones, Wblt
HOW AMATEUR CAN
BUILD A RECEIVER
' ' ' ' ' geometrical center of the square
, . a ... it .u blocks and then shellac or varnish
Instructions tor Setting Up trie jthem for the appearance's sake.
Antenna and for Assembling I Whc, thoroughly dry itp the two
. , , - I i end blocks Into the wound tube and
, . ." tnfi Tliner. Pby means of a few rlnishln'g bnids
' .' j -driven through the cardboard tube.
In order to pick up sufficient enerfrj, -fasten the end blocks to the wound
With tho simple radio receiving set Jtube. The slider Is to he mounted
It is ueeessary to connect one tertnl- ' ou top of the roll and should be cap
nal to an antenna connoting of one ot .able cf making contact with any turu
more wires suspended in the air am! rot the wire on the tube. .In order to
Insulated from alt gronnded materia! (remove the Insulutlon from the wire
and the other terminal to ground jjnst under the rod where the slider
usually the water supply pipe. Th ! moves back and forth, wrap a piece of
height of an antenna used wllh s sandpaper around a thin piece of
srnull receiver should not be less thnn pwood and using another piece of wood
BO feet. As the received energy 7a 'as a -guide, sandpaper the liifulatlou
rles directly ns the height of an snten jfroui the winding. Drill a hole one
na, the hltrtier the antenna the loudtt eighth Inch In diameter through the
will he the !fci-uls or voice product-! ' jSlider rod about one-fourth luck iu
The length of an antenna for short from each end so that the rod can
vuve reception should not be less il i-.i! 'be fastened by rews to the end
W feet nor should It be longer i blocks. After the i;der rod Is fastened
200 feet. The minimum wnvel lyrja;.. :in place see tbiit the contact finger
to which a simple receiver cim on the bottom id" the slider can at all
adjusted for electrical rewomwi'o wil'jj tunes make good coutaet with the
be above that used by amateur Unwinding. Mount's binding post on
'the receiver be connected to on tin-1
tenna 2X) feet or more in length. . i by means of a wire to the slider rod
A simple radiophone receiver c:t i !nl tne otB,"r to the nd of tho wlre
able of iWll;-. up radiophone t..r. , jwound on tlie tube and tho tuner Is
tlons similar to KKlvA at Kiisf l'v- complete. A tuner can be purchased
burgli, can be assembled by a tiov! already assembled tor about $3.00 to
for from 4 to $l.ri, depending iipi.ti $4.00.
the builders ability to use' his hands.1,
If the builder will construct most, t LINKING MCV1E AND RADIO
bis apparatus he will appreciate II j '
much more and probably will und.-:-- British Scientist Hava 8om Success
stand more about Its operation fh:m , Jn wireless Transmission of
If he buys a set already mr.de. llm-- - Motion Pictures,
ever, for those who have not. the obi !-,;
ity or the time to spend constructing i .,. ,
their own apparatus the following .'.. i 8ntls,ls
scrlptlon will not only give the dctnlls ;ve1B,ft wl,h nu,T" 7 'r Z , "
to the construction of each com- 'eloping a n.ethod of ransferr Ins
ponent part of a
receiver but also
what standard ready-made parts can i
be purchased and used In its steud.
The material can be purchased' at
any electrical supply store. '
In erecting a simple antenna for
use with the receiver shown In the
uiagram, uit a......a .. . ....
lead-in are of stranded hurd-drawn
copper wire, strand No. 22, costing
about 1" cent per foot. The two insu
lators are of molded material and ctm
be purchased for about 23 cents each.
The antenna shown Is supported Pe-
.i.,. ,. m hrmpt,,,, .h.wn tl.e
-i ... t.. ...i... .i..., n
lean-in carv iiuiiiu iic ..
Is kept a far away from grounded
. ,,ihiA nH hen brlnir.
lag through the wall or under the win-
dow Into the house It should be brought
,hMnh Mm sort of an Insulating
h,h. .urn aa rubber or bakellte. i
In making tl) ground connection
the aame kind of wire can be used as
was purchased for the antenna. Ton
can clean a section of the waterplpe
thoroughly and solder "the ground wire
to It ( i
MAKING THE TUNER
To make a tuner for this receiver,
the following raw material will be re
Piece of cardboard - tubing three
Inches outside diameter and flvt
Incbe long, costing about 10 cent.
100-feet No. 22 double cotton-covered
magnet wire costing 25, cents.
Standard slider (see sketch) for M
by bras rod, 40 cents.
1 six-inch length of hi by brasi
rod (square) 20 cent.
2' binding post (see sketch) 20
2 circular block of wood whose
diameter la Just equal to the lnsldf
diameter of the piece of cardboard
, tubing and between 3-8 and 1-2 lncl
thick. ' , .
Some shellac or varnish Is also re
quired. i . -
s errV p 1
, Starting onf-hnlf Inch from one end
,( the cardboard tube wind ou tli
! No. 22 D. C. C. wire within one-balf
Inch of tho other end of the tube.
; Fasten on end of the winding to the
tube but allow gome surplus wire on
the other end for ' making a Conner
tlon. A ft it the winding In In place
; give It a coat of shellac or varnish
(to hold the turn Id place. AsKewhle
the circular-cut piece of wood In the
either end ol tne con, auacmng one
monuis ago a pnoiogrupu wu iruan-
ferred by wireless from the Copen
hagen newspaper, the Politlken, to Eng
land, and later fro:n England to a ship
In mid Atlantic, so that the posnlbil-
g ot reII10te
,lu,i n(W ,l,.velt,iui.nt of
, . . , . . . - -
,the ulreudy versatile art will make It
possible for one to see on his own re
ceiving Instrument things that are hap
pening at a grout distance. For
'instance, a ship Is sinking at ses. The
' . i ...... . .n A th. In.
hs the present broudeas.ing programs
; That al sounds remote now. but
!the telephone , was considered even
imore so, and the wireless, even after
(Marconi's immortal message na
ibrldged the Atlantic, was generally be-
'Ueved to be akin to the Idea of per-
TIP8 TO THE RADIOIST
A crystal detector cannot be
Insulate end of aerial wires
with several small Insulator.
Wherever possible run aerial
wires at right angle to electric
The lead wire should be the
size of the combined number of
wires in the aerial.
Gas piping makes a poor
ground, hut the cold water pipe
ground Is excellent. ,
A crystal detector Is never as
efficient as a vacuum tube detec
tor no' matter what Instruments
are connected to. It.
Within three to five miles from
a broadcasting station Indoor
. one wire aerials about 40 feet
long stretched from room - to
room, are generally satisfactory
with crystal detector.
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FOUND IN 'POTATO' CAR
Savannah, Ga., June 17. Federal
Prohibiiion oflicers today suiztid a
quantity of bottled whisky- in a car
on the tracks of the Seaboard Air
Line Raiiway. The car was labeled
potatoes and was to have been dis
patched today to Jersey City, N. J.
It contained about $20,000 worth of
liquor nnd a few sacks of potatoes
Cincinnati, June 17. Withdraw
al of wngo reductions ordered by
the railroad labor hoard and the
taking back by railroads of con
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can avert the threatened strike of
approximately 1,000,000 workers
on July 1, rail union executives
The leaders declared complete
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The triple barreled, strike vote of
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FLATTERED THE MINISTER
An amusing anecdote In Lord
Frederic Hamilton's "Days Before
Yesterday" concerns a fresh draft of
Gordon Highlanders, who shortly af
ter arriving at Calcutta were march
ed to service at St. Andrew' church.
The most optimistic mosoquito
had never imagined such a succul
et banquet as that afforded by 400
bare kneed, kilted Highlanders, and
the mosquitoes made the fullest use
of their opportunity. Soon the
church 'resounded with the vigorous
clapping of hands on bare knees and
legs as the men endeavored to kill
a few of their little tormentors.
Hearing the loud clapping, the
minister puused and said: "My
brethren. It Is verra gratifying to
meenister of the word to learn that
his remarks meet wl' the approba
tion of, hi bearers; but I'd have you
to remember that applause Is strict
ly oot of place in the bouse of God.
COLLEGE STUDENT STRUCK
BY LIGHTNING MAY, DIE
Jackson, Mtss., June 17. O. H.
Scott, a student of the Millsap Col
lege, was struck by lightning today
and rendered unconscious. He was
seated at an open window, at the
time. Scott' home Is In Fernwood,
Miss. A large oak tree on the 'col
lege campus was ripped open at
the same time. '
WANTED 'Men or Women - to
tak order among friend and
neighbor for tbe genuine guaran
teed hosiery, full Una for men
women and children. Eliminate
darning. We "y Tbe an hour
spare time, or ISI.OO week tot
full time. Experience unnecessary
Write International Stocking Mill.
Norrlstown. Pa. lt-10t
Th Hartford Hrald. Il-tO tbe yeai
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and other tobacco j
'" fiuvpe ??"m?' May Get Yours Any Day
lions cf dcliars with only a small purt covcteJ by insuranca.
Vet, trie amo-jnt cf inctirnnce received by p.owcte wrio hii-J t?i
forr.ight thuii to protect tKrmnclvee ar;oinj firS I"-., wis
enormous and should make every Riower not only frel the
necessity ol insuring hie tobacco crop against hail storms lust
but to do that cry thing and do it at once.
What Dr. Halley Says: &.
operative Association, upon congratulating an insurance com
pany on lowering its rates on tobacco hail insurance, said,
"Within the period thtt I hava had kail insurance I have had
four severe lotxes. The rr.cney I received exceeded consider
ably what I paid in, to say nothing of my pac ol mind that
1 was fully protected in case of a storm. I have always advo
cated carrying hail insurance on tobacco without which every
grower takes a chance to lose all. With it he can, in safety, rjo
into the business of producing a crop which reijuirii, as does
tobacco, so much labor, time and money.
Now that the Burley Crowers have gone into on organization
to handle their business in a modern economic buai.icss like
way, I tee no reason why all growert can not tnl;e out insurance
on the reduced ratet the companies are now quoting."
Look up the insurance agent in your section now, and let him
protect you against the lost of your tobacco. Policies effective
July I Oth, noon.
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