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.VARIOMETER SET OM
A VERTICAL PANEL
ittethod of Building This Receiver
and Setting It Up Ex
plained in Detail
The radio receiver described here
LU one using variometer fur the tun
ing clrjcult and mounted on a vertical
t panel, 0 ' Inches by 8 Inches, In
tatead of a horizontal base hoard.
To support the panel In a vertical
;ponltton a small bnse hnnrd four
j laches wldo by alz Inches long and
J 1-2 to R-8 of an Inch thick la serewed
to the panel.
The muterlRl required for the varl
I One pfece of bakellte or ml IT card
' board tubing, three Inches long and
'8 1-4 Inches outside diameter. Cost
about five rents.
One pelce of bakellte or atllf card
aboard tubing 1 1-4 luchea long and 2
4 lnchea outside diameter. Coat
, about five cent.
100 feet' of No. 20 IKXJ wire. Cost
'about 2f cents.
Six inches of 1-4 Inch outside dia
meter brass tubing costing about 25
Four small Mocks of wood na shown
'In KIg 18. ,
One panel 8 by 8 by .1-8 Inch.
Right sinnll . round-head 1-4 Inch
long btliss wood screws.
One base board 4 by 7 by 1-2 Inch.
One standard four-inch diameter dial
.and knob to take 1-4 Inch shuft, cost
ing about ft. no.
Seven binding posts.
Fig. 18 slimvs how the tlvtails of
' the vitriometor are assembled.
The rotor Is wound with 40 turns
of the No. 20 ICC wire, diveded In
to two groups of 20 turns, eucli sym
metrica! with respect ,to the center
hole should be such that it be a fores
Ot for the 1-4 Inch diameter ah aft
The winding o the at a tor la similar
to that oa the rotor. There are 40
total turns divided Into the sections
of 20 turns each. The beginning and
the ending of the stator windings are
15-16 of an Inch from the end of the
tube. When the rotor Is assembled
Inside the stator, the winding oa the
Is tor should fall Just above that oa
the rotor. '
After the rotor and atator are
wound, give them a thin roat of shel
lac and allow It to dry thoroughly be
fore attaching the wooden blocks. As
semble the blocks on the rotor and
stator and then give the assembled
part a aecond thin rnnt of shellac.
Put the variometer parts In a hot dry
place and allow them to dry until all
the volatile mutter has been driven
IF WOMKUT ONLY KITXW
What a Heap of Happtaeaa It WoaJd
Bring to Hartford How's
nlT. This will plve the windings n
hard llnish that will nut absorb iiicIm
ture, yet protect tlieiu from iii'ilianiciil
Injury and hold tliein In place.
The vertical panel upon which the
set Is mounted is six indies high unci
eight Inches long by three-eight Its' of
an Inch thick. It xlmuld )' of a clear,
close-grained wood that lias luon well
dried to prevent warping. The panel
Is fastened to the: base hoard, which i;
four Indies by seven Inches, by one
half Inch thick, by means el the
lie fore mounting any of the part,
the panel base board should be
finished. Staining- the panel dull
H ""ill j88
lliifj ill "
i rrrni 1 5
Hard to do housework, with an
Brings you hours
leisure or at work.
If women only knew th cause-
Backache pains often como from
Twould sav ffiuch needless woe.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Read what a Hartford citizen
Mrs. Ben Ellis, Mulb-wry St.,
says: "My kidneys were giving me
a good deal of trouble, .1 got so
laneuld and tlr'd all the time. A
dull, nagging pain bothered me
through my hips and back and I
had spells of dlizlness, at times. I
also had dreadful hifedaches. The
ctlon of my kidneys was Irregular
and I waa Just so nervous and run
down I could not do anything. I
used Doan's Kidney Pills and I am
so thankful for the relief obtained.
I cannot praise Doan's enough.
They practically cured me at that
time. I am taking Doan's Kidney
Pills for a like attack, and am con
fident of a cure this time." '
60c. at all dealers. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
WIDOW OK KHKIUFF KILLED
IN liATTLK MAY Hl'CCEED HIM
Greenville'", Ky., Sept. 3. Much
conjecture Is being indulged in as
to the successor of Sheriff W. S.
Mathis, who died Sunday afternoon
from gun-shot wounds Inflicted by
James Ennls at the latter's home
near Nelson Creek Saturday, mid
night when, It is believed, he mis
took the Sheriff's party for robbers.
It is believed that County Judge
Rice will appoint Mrs. Flora Mathis,
the widow. James Ennls, who is
72 years old, did not know for sev
eral hours that he had shot the
Slier iff. He has bjullet wounds in
the shoulder and right lung. Mrs.
Ella Smith, his daughter, was shot
through the neck and her sister,
Jennie Smith, in the top ot the
lung. The wounded are believed to
Orville Mathis, the Sheriff's son.
is at St. Anthony's Hospital, Louis
ville, with blrdshot wounds In the
lung and liver but will recover. '
We'll match "the other fellow"
on Quality and Prices
and beat him on Service
TOWN CORDS in
every sire, Including
the f a n a u b new
low priced Good
rich j,55" 30 x
Come to us and you'll get fair prices on Good
rich Silvertowns or Goodrich fabrics fresh,
new stock with a lot of life and long wear
in every tire. .
Better yet you'll go away feeling that you've bean
treated right that everyone here i& anxious to please
you and that you'll want to come back when you
need another tire or 'tube.'. Come in soon.
HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY
Durant Cars, Goodrich Fabrics and Silvertown Cords
HARTFORD, KY. v
TWO WOL'XDEI) IN IlELi
By Special Arrangements We Are Able to Offer
J5he Hartford Herald
line of the rotor. Stiirt 1-11 of nn
Inch In from the edge of the rotor and
Wind on 20 turni, then, crossing over
on ttie oilier side of the center line,
wind on 'in more turns, so Mint the cml
of the scinnil group of ''( turns will
terminal" of un inch In from the
end of tlie tube, ltring out the end of
th" rotor winding on the inside of the
Out two Mucks of wood, A snd II in
I'll!. IN, from pieces of "-ip'-h soft
wo"d nnd fasten them us nhown dla
metrically opposite each other on the
inside of tle rotor tulie with some
Km nil wood screws. Drill two slmft
tiol es, one thro'igh Mich side of the
tub over tlie thick portion of the
WO den block. The dliiineter of thlH
black and shellacking the -base board
will make a pleasing combination.
Klg. I!) shows how the variometer
Ik uFKciuhled on the panel. The center
of the vitrlometer la three and one
quarter Inches up from the bottom of
the panel and two and llirceipiarter
Indies from end. The assembling
drawings are nil to scale and by re
ferring to I hem, all the details will be
n.nde clear. 1
rig. 'JO is a plan view of tlie not.
shewing the local ion of the tube
socket, grid condenser with grid leak
uiiil phone cuitdt'iwr.
A receiver of this typo Is very simple
in operation, since the wave lenglh
Is entirety con! relied by one knob und
the detector by tho oilier knob.
'J'lie mini who uses hcdspringn
in plaie of nn act let might at
limes lie accused of 'llng down
oil till! jilll." '
The rnlver.dty of South Caro
lina, Colii.J ia, X, C is planning
to erect inn! operate a broad
casting station by popular Kn,.
scrlption. I is Imped t tiut IflJ,
oott will be raised.
Tho difference between party
line leloi.leiii.i service in !h(!
co iv ni d radio her vice Is lln.t
all i:.. ei .;.!i!)Ois mv ekp 'ctc d
I" ''- In laiih eiiM-a, bill
no i,;e i.hj.riN ja ll. a nmi r
A niHunlrylug violin, for radio
purposes, haa been invented by
a miislo.il genius. Its ukh by
bei'liinei-j ilieiilil be proliihited
by law. What the violin begin
ner needs is u Kofrpodaf of pro
uoumeil ulnlily. " 1
To tell of their Imsiich of now
bonus uiiil iuete prit-ca on regu
lar Isdiicn a firm In Sun KrHii
clsco has adopted the radio
phone. Itesidea furnishing the
bond news to local Investora, the
tirui In time intenda to have a
large broadcasting mIhIIou to
kiH-o In touch by w'ireleaa teiV
phon with Ita branch house. In
addition to huviiig the regular
telegirrMi lre.' -i ',
ChYSTkirSFT IS A.LL RIGHT
Ita Own W.iy It li Quit
Efficient as the Vacuum
Barditown, Ky., Sept. 2. Huey
Vititoo, 36 years old, using a pistol,
and Ed Tiiurman, armed with a,
Hhotgiin, fought a pistol battle at S
o'clock Wednesday night, two miles
from Samuels, this county, in which
both suffered wounds expected to
Vitiioe was shot In the stomach.
Tlmrman was struck by four pistol
bullets, once over the heart and
three in the right side.
Deputy Sheriff Lee Hagan was in
vestigating today to determine
whether the trouble arose over a
The men wero farmers and neigh
bors and each has a family. The
shooting occurred on a road half a
milo from Thurman'a home. There
were no eye witnesses, It wa reported.
SE(T)D KTII.L IS KEI7.ED
IN KIOC FAHMElf.S WOODS
Gioeiivillo, Ky., Sept. 2. Federal
Prohibition Enforcement Officer W.
C. Kimmel and Deputy Sheriffs Den
ny Mathis and Duck Combs captur
ed a large still on tho farm of J C.
Harrison, in the southern part of
the county, Wednesday night The
still was located In a dense wood.
The moonshiners made their escape.
Tlie. si ill wa3 in operation and sever
al Ka'.lo ia of tiie finished product
whi taken along with a quantity of j
Mr. Harrison Is one of the
wealthiest farmers In his section
and owns several hundred acrei -of
land. This is the second still that
has been found ou bs property.
The smi'll orst.il receiving aet,
which may b likened to "tlie poor
man's set," conl;ary to reports beard
hi some ipiHileiK, is quite ax elllclent
in lis way as the much higher-priced
and elaborate vacuum tube oiillli.
While these sets are usually not guar
anteed to receive more than fifteen
or twenty live miles, some amateurs
have aiicceeded In bearing music over
a llfty-mili' rtinge.
Hut the most amariug of all is tho , (i. O. I'. GEMH
report which comes from a retsller in
New Yyrk, wlw says Unit he lias Hue- (icronl tna Qhio State
(ceiled in connecting up an amplifier , i v .
with his set. Despite tho handicap of I r I ' . ,
being entirely aunouuded by ateel sky Wl'l H. Cabot Lodge know
aersis-ra, this act la In dally opera-' bot coarse, unwashed wool or any
tinn, 'thing like that? Cabot ought to be
fixing the duties ou silk hats, bo tit on -
"nltirot and do luxe editions.
One Year, and the
Courier-Journal, Daily, except Sunday, for ,
Louisville Times, Daily, . . . .
Louisville Post, Daily, . . .
Owensboro Messenger, Daily, ....
Owensboro Messenger, Twice-a-Week,
Owensboro Inquirer, Daily, . . .
Owensboro Inquirer, Twice-a-Week, .
New York World, Thrice-a-Week, . . .
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Twice-a-week, . :
Weekly Commercial-Appeal , . . .
This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscrip
tions. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later
date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones.
Send or bring your orders to
H NNV MB. FE8S
Journal 0ur ,abor (U ,a beUer ipJrU
Radio 'Warns of Thundsratorme.
Detection of approaching thunder
storms in tliue to make necessary ad
Justuienls In operation of electric
service Is a valuable practical use of
the radio, according to the report of
the electrical apparatus eoiumitlee of
the National Electric Light associa
tion preiteutd ul the ronvoution in
Atlunlle City. 'I lia radio also, serve
to detect defects In electrical appa
ratus and equipment more efficiently
than any other agency, the roport
a better relation between labor and
capital It displayed by a willingness
to get together and And through
mutual agreement a lower level of
" cost of production." Represents
tlve Fes (Rep.. Ohio), in prepared
address In the House ot Representa
FOR 'OVER 40 YEARS
Uncle Truman Newberry's record
Is an open cbeAibook. ,
' We used to say that we Republi
cans simply had to get the taxes
aown, even u it was ouiy a matter ot hall's catarrh methcinb has
bookkeeping, and now, as the cam-1 b" ,U"L '" w th. tr.stm.nt
pslgn approaches apai-e, we are pre-; HALL' CATARRH medicine can
pared to go a step farther and SHU b? JE?
ounce th'it we've cot to do It, even Internal Mdictn. a Tonto. which acts
It It's a matter of atra.gut lyirg. : , j .ftS2
Hartford Herald, fl BO tho year
Bold by all drucsTata.
r. i. Chtosy C.. Tstodo. Ohio.
CouisVille & Nashville Railroad
Anuouuce8 Reduced Rouud 'ixlp "
, ACCOUNT . .
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
Tickets on sal Sept. 10 to IS, lncluBive, and for trains schedul
ed to arrive ia Lou'srlll before noon Sept. Uth, j " i
( Tickets good for return toN reach Hartford. ' 1
before midnight Bept. Ittb, ' , , ' ..
For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent '