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TRICES remain the same in spite of added equipment and more expen.
sive construction, which have greatly increased value.
Some Distinctive Features Prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich.
Streamline body design with high
hood ; vacuum feed and rear gasoline
tank on all models; drum type head
lamps with legal lenses. Curtains open
Mt'ith doors of open models. Closed
models have plate glass Ternstedt
regulated windows, straight side cord
rires, sun visor, w indshield wiper and
dash light. The Sedanette is equipped
with auto trunk on rear.
Five Passenger Touring - 525.
Two Passenger Roadster 510
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Four Tassener Sedanette 850
TwoPassenser Utility Coupe 630
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Where Courtesy Reigns
FOR THE MAN
rorUTIt nt,l'KHT KIH'CWTION. "Literal uie- aj a Trme Educational i
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Enrn i i'
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illOS OtTOlSKIl 20-21 '
.a the program for the
annual meet ng ol'
sociolion tc bo held Adilross
i n, Ky OctoiT 2-21
. . OctoU'l' 2(1
Migh School Building
f Members ami As
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-- llaptldt Church
- - .. P'honins llH-nistc-r
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. J. It. Ashlnck
Supt. I). H. Lyon
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. I'rtuidng Elder J. II.
z ibet lil own
' ''mine of Study"
Mis. I. 8, Mason
i lit? It u nil Schools"
7.,.r J. Virgil Chapman;
f 'our so of Study and
Prof. E, F. Farquhar, Department
of tinglish, University of Ken
State. Supt. Geo. Colvin
S.TIUI.IV, OITOHIilt 21
S:0 a. m. Place High School
Rnllding Conference of High
8::!t) a. in. riace Baptist. Church
Invocation . . Hev. W. C. Frank
Pastor of Methodist Church,
"Professional Growth in Service"
Prof. Chag. D. Lewis
Director of Tittrtter Training,
Address . Dr. McHeury Rhoades
Professor of Education, V. of K.,
Address . Dr. Byron W. King
School of Speech Arts, Pittsburg, Pa.
"High School Problems"
Supervisor J. W. Carr
"High School Athletics"
Supt. J.' H. Sanders
"The Next K. K. A."
Pres. W. J. Craig
ELKtTIOX OK OKUCKItS
G. L. CRUME . . Larue County
CLIFFORD MADDOX Meade- County
WE REPAIR STOVES It' you
ROM VK IX COXHOLIDATKI)
St'lHMMi TO HAVE FIKI.O
1.IY Ot.TOBEH 12
ANCIENT PEOPLE A MYSTERY
Supt. Noal A. Uuiisou w A WARIIEN
l'lauo -n1 i Mrs. E. H. Kennedy
"What C i .'sivnls Ho For the have a Heater, Cook ptove. Range or
. liools?" Furnace out of order we can repair
Klrt. li- y it Hanis, State Orgaul- it for you. It makes no difference
"f rl', T, A. J what make, we can secure auy part
Frankfort I for jrou. Hare 'em put In order be-
"Lltera u v, a Prime Educational fore cold weather.
:, t .use of Study" : 8ALLEB SHEET METAL WORKS,
Kupt. FrcJ Shulii Hartford, Ky.
I The baby "boy oi'Mr. " and Mrs.
The hig-vent for October in the
noutliern part of Ohio County will
he tht. field d.iy exercises to be con
duct ul at Cromwell October 12th.
Ohio County's new, famous consoli
dated school is located in that little
city and with six surrounding schools
participating this should be one of
the leading occasions of the season.
Following is a port in of the pro
Badge contests for Boys Chin
niug, Jumping, Running.
Badge contest for Girls Balanc
lug. Goal Taiwing, Potato Race.
Tug of War Boys and Girls (12
Three-Deep Boys and Girls (10
It n Bag Re'.uy Race Boys and
Cirls (9 or under.)
Crow Race 20 Yards Boys
Hop Race 20 Yards Girls (6
60 Yard Run Boys (10-13.)
- 40 Ya'-d Run Girls (10-n!)
Wheel-burrow Race 60 Yards
Boys (14 or over.) Boys furnish
Bicycle Rate 440 Yards Boys
Distance Throw, Volley Ball
Distance Throw, Busket Ball
Girls (14 or over.)
Suck Race 40 Yards Boys (10
or over.) Boys furnish sacks.
Games announced later.
. JO O'diHt
FOR HA US
; Adrian Wilson, of Kansas City, Mo.,
Mrs. J. K. Austin wag tn, prise, winner in a recent
' opntest in which babied from one to
luvocat i. Rev. J. II. Trotter WO ytttr. Were eilglble." The fainl-
1'astcr ol v t-'Ut Church, Elisabeth- w formerly resided In this county
town nd Mr. Wilson Is a nephew of
ItaiidliiS Mrs. W. H. Robertson Mossrs. J. W, and John B. Wilson,
I l s1eUitown , Lt this city.
Chew i . CI i of Miss Lou Showers
4 -room House, on Fredrka Street,
Terms if desired. '
W. fl. BAIZE, .
41-St Hartford, Ky.
An tidy cut ?
. u eistixtptic and
Excavations en Sits of Askalon and
Gaza May Threw Light en
A further attempt Is to be made this
summer to solve the "mystery of the
Professor Gnrstund. the archeoW)
giiit, bus returned to Pulestlne after
bis visit to England and has started
to mark out sites for further excava
tions. During the past two years the pro
fessor and his assistants have been
engaged In making exploration on the
sites of the ancient cities of Askalon
This season trial explorations are to
bo made upon a series of "tells" (ar
tificial hill mounds, the debris of suc
cessive cities near the two sites of
Askalon and Gaza. Little is known of
the national history of the Philistines,
and it Is the object of the new excava
tions to get at the problem of this
Professor Gnrstund considers thnt lt
would be too prolonged and expensive
a business to dig through the great
depth of Graeco-Komun buildings to
the deeper luyers in which lie the
Philistine remains of the city of Aska
lon, so that the excavations will be
outside the walls of the city. A f odd
deul of pottery has been discovered
nnd a few weapons which may have
been used against King David.
'Many theories have been advanced
as to who the Philistines were, and
from whence they came, but lt Is gen
erally believed their origin was In the
neighborhood of the island of Cyprus.
Reference Is made to them In the pre
Mosulc period, but for at least 3,000
years they have -remained a mystery.
The Total ol The annual taxes ler
led on the natives Is Just $7. It Is
with mingled feelings that one'read9
of what Uncle Sam can accomplish
for $7 a year if he has to. The Sam
oan, according to Mr. Bedford, gets
for this expenditure; "protection, work,
cleanliness, electric light, good water
supply, cement roads and education."
When Spanish Influenza was raging
through the islands of the South seas,
taking a cruel toll among the natives,
It Visaed Pugo by. 'Iiere was not
a slugle case throughout the entire epi
demic. "Pago is a long march ahead
of the average western Pacific settle
ment administered by the white man.
The native has succeeded nt no per
sonal cost to the efficiency of the
AmerKun engineer; to the touooth
roads that bear his bicycle; aye, and
to the picture show and Ice cream of
Mom Hunttra Taks All Except Ghost
F It was a haunted house in a gossipy
neighborhood, relates the New York
Herald. Residents assembled dally and
talked in muflled tones of spirits and
queer noises. With such advance ad
. vertlslng tbe real estate agent found It
difficult to get a "prospect" near the
'house. As a last resort he decided to
have the place redecorated and to In-
st ul I new electric fixtures and plumb
i xne worn iiau scarcely ueea com-'
pleted when the agent heard a "live.
'one" had visited the property. Rush
ing off to the caretaker he inquired'
: breathlessly: "Is It true that someone
A . I . . 1 . 1 VI
lias luneii me uuur
"No, sir, not yet," replied the care
taker, "but they've taken the fixtures,
piping and doarknobs. Perhaps they'll
come back for the house."
CREDIT TO AMERICAN RULE
Affairs of Colony of Pag Pago, In the
South Boas, Declared Admirably
According to Randolph Bedford, In
a recent uumber of Our World, Pago
Pago Is the "happiest couruunlty on
This Island In the Sainoan group la
the southernmost out pout Of American
government. ' Little has beeu said
about this colony of ours; probably
there are a great many Americans
who do not oven know that we have
IL But In our administration of Its
affairs wo have demonstrated, accord
big to Mr. Bedford, who Is an Aus
tralian globe trotter and Journalist,
that wo govern our colonies better
than we overn ourselves.
Coal and Wood
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