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210 V THinO sr.
Convenes first Monday lu March,
UT and July; third Monday la
September and fourth Monday in
Each term continues 12 Juridical
Judge George S. Wilson, Owens
boro. Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary.
Clerk Frank Black.
Master Commissioner -B. H. Bills.
Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor.
- COUNTY COURT
, Convenes first Monday In each
Judge U. R. Wedding.
County Att'y. Otto C. Martin.
Clerk Guy Ranney.
Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies:
Mack Cook, Iris Render, George
Jailer Nathaniel Hudson.-
Judges R. R. Wedding.
Convenes first Monday in each
Convenes Tuesday after first Mon
day iu January; first Tuesday in
April and October, the County
1st. District J. P. McCoy, Hartford.
Snd. District W. C. Knott, Center-
Srd. District Q. B. Brown, Sim
4th. District J. R. Murphy, Fords-ville.
Hartford, R. F. D. No, 4.
Kh. District Mack Martin, Nar
rows, R. F. D. No. 2. -7th.
District J. Walter Taylor, Bea
.! ver Dam, R. F.D. No. S.
HOARD OF EDUCATION
Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason
Convenes first Monday In every
month. Mrs. I. S. Mason. S. S. O. C,
nd ex-official Secretary-Treasurer,
R. A.' Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R.
F. D. No. .
W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart
ford, R. F. D. No, J.
Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D
Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. '
Claud Renfrow, Dundee.
Exarai' at ions
For Common School Diplomas
Fourth Friday and Saturday in
January, and Second Friday and Sat
urday In May, Held iu Fordsvllle,
Beaver Dam and Hartford.
' For Teachers' Certificate Third
rTiaay ana odiurauy iu maj, iuuv
and - September, Except notice' is
given to the contrary the latter ex
aminations are held In Hartford.
BOARD OF DRAINAGE
S. T. Barnett, Hartford. President;
T.' C. hocker. Beaver Dam, R. F. D.
No. 2, aad J.' "A. Bellamy, Whites
U1. R. F. D. No. 2.
OTHER OFFICERS ,
Tax Commissioner R. F. Keown.
Treasurer C. O. Hunter. .
Surveyor C, S. Moxley, Fordsvllle.
Represent iive Ira Jones, Whits
How the Vacuum Tube Radio
ReceiverCan Be Made
If It were not for the bonds in the
characteristic curve, the tlit'ee-elec-trode
vacuum tube could nut be made
to produce oscillations of constunt am
Ifttude vftiou Jf excited. It U tvulif
seen that if the characteristic curre
were a straight line, the operation of
the tube .would be so unstable as fb
render fhe tu.be useless, ns an oscllla
tion generator. A third condition of
- relative values of potential variations
can exist, that is, when the grid cir
cuit potential variations are less than
the potential variations existing In the
tuned circuit between the points X and
T. When this condition exists, the
oscillations In the tuned circuit cannot
be maintained but the derreose In am
plitude in the tuned circuit ovulations
will reduce the grid excitation, and the
tube will finally cease to oscillate.
Thus the cotipling that exists be
tween the p'ute circuit through the
tuned clrcttlt Inductance L and the
grid circuit througli. the Inductance 1,
control the conditions that will or will
not cause the tube to net ns a gener
ator of undamped oscillations.
Suppose that tin' coupling existing
between the two coils L and 1 Is such
that the tube is generating oscllTutions.
If the coupling he reduced, that Is if
ftoe cdlls be moved furtlrer apart it will
require greater and greater variations
in potential in the coll L to mniiiitiin
the game variations an the rual I. TWs
wf aliening of the pin to grid co'.i;4iii5
causes stronger oscillations In the
either magnetic or eltctstatln co
In l"brnre XXXVT the tube wss mad
elf exciting by coupling an Inductance
Q connected In the grid circuit to L,
an Inductance In the tune plate circuit.
A development of this circuit Is shown
In Figure XXXIX.
Here the energy, Instead of being
directly coupled from the plate to the
grid circuit, Is first necessary to aa
Intermedin te circuit. M X, ttnd then to
fhe grid etrralt.. It Is necessary of
course, tbfit the circuit X-Y and M-X
have the same natural period, that il
to say, tbcymust he timed to the same
frequency. If the frequency Is. rela
tively lgh, the condenser C can be
.dispensed with, nnd the capacity of the
plate to filument used as a portion of
the oscillation plnte circuit.
Hie daoitft as shown in Fig. XXXIX
Is hrtieAWly the circtilj ued in low
power '.utiitinifed or continuous wave
radio fwegrnpli transmitters. Hy sub
stituting In tho oscillating circuit M-N
the cnrnjlty of on nntejinn with re
spect fn the ground, we have the con
tinuous transmitter shown In Elg. XL.
I!y placing a key In the "H" or plnte
bnttery to turn lite plate battery olt
and on tlie-fctart and stop, the tube os
cillating dots and dashes cuif be sent
out by varying the coupling between
the grid and plnte colls 1 nnd I. and
the antenna circuit, the transmitter Is
adjusted for maximum power output.
To adjust the wave length the value of
the antenna Inductance is varied.
SUMMER SLUMP IS BENEFIT
Both Manufacturers and Dealers In
Radio Apparatus Are Learning
a Needed Lesson.
"The slump In the radio business
during the summer months Is a boon
to the entire Industry," declares J
siyh D. U. Freed, la un Interview pub
lished In I'.adlo Merchandising. T.nth
the radio dealers nnd the tin. re stnlle
nnd sorlous asnnufueturers are learn
ing ft wcH-tifwxled lenrt from this
slump," he suys. "For exuiuyle, dcul-
plnta ' circuit,. The limit Is reached
When ' the plute current reaches the
saturation point. After this point is
reached, further weakening o the
coupling cnnnt Im.Tense flie plnte cur
rent vurlutiirfis so thnt the transfer of
energy from the plute to grid circuit
now decreases, and any fur Pier ruluo
tlou In, coupling will cause such a re
duction lu ofriJj.tij;n tlmj liually the
tube will cense to fatictlou.
There Is, tlitn, a certain degree of
coupling at which the tube will turt
to oscillate, a certain degree) of cou
pling which will produce usiixiuium ns
clllnilon .lu tlu plnt circuit and an
other degrte of coupling ut which the
tube will cease to oscillate.
From the foregoing sduirt fllscnsslon
It can be seen that a tliree electrode
vncuum tube can be mude to function
as a self excited generator of an un
damped alternating difference of po
tential at radio frequency, or by excit
ing the tube externally by, for exam
ple, nn Incoming radio signal, the
amplified plate circuit variations in
potential can be fed bnck Into the grid
and held to further increase the ampli
tude of the plate circuit variations. Iu
Cure Malaria, Chills, Fev
er Bilious Fever, Colds aad
Hartford Herald. 91.00 the year
crs are be0t:in!iiK only now to retill.:e
the truth of the fact that they cannot
afford to carry a large and heterogene
ous lot of odds uiid cuds iu radio ap
paratus In the hopes that they will bo
able ta dLspcso of It. They are learn
ing now, by a sern process, tlmt hys
fei Set,' "v rst.s.-k!ii ,.f ajnantiiis in an
effort to meet the BpnsitHiilIc demand
i rHl, 'ftuldNts' H Dot going to prove
protitaiile in the long run. They are
beginiUug to rculize that tleieiiduiile
awraratci, bought to meet the varying
radio conditions. Is more to be relied
upon thun unknown nppnrutus t'nat
looks giod In the catalogue, and U
merely an ornament upon tlie shelves.
"Manufacturers, too, are learning
their lesson from this slump. They
are rcullzlng tliut the time of 'order
taking' is pa-tt and that the lime of
'order getting' Is here. They are letirn-'
Ing now. If they didn't know It hefetv,
that In order to sell radio nppnrutus.
they must give good value, serviceable
merchandise, attractive prices nnd real
service and dealer co-operation."
ROADSTER V.ia LIGHT.SIX
The Studebaker Light - Six
Roadster and Coupe - Roadster
were primarily built for business
use. In meeting the urgent de
mands of business, they natu
rally have fulfilled the needs of
the small family.
Each 13 built for hard usage, day
in and day out. And cs they are
completely Studebaker built
ycu know they will stand u?
under hard going.
The bodies are attractive,
roomy and 'ioroughly comfort
able for all-day travel. Ample
luggage space is provided under
the rear decks.
There's an internal hot-spot
to reduce gasoline consumption
to a minimum. Valves are in- (
clined at a 20 degree angle togive
a new measure of power, greater
flexibility and better accelera
. tion. Crank shaft and connecting
rods are machined on all surfaces,
thus eliminating vibration and
insuring longer life to the motor.
Studebaker low prices are
made possible by great volume
and complete manufacture.
Studebaker quality is traditional.
TlMStuiebaVtrLiilia-r. iCauiic. Toe three-pa-atm Ril.lV.ir Ui wl Colli rood:!, arc uphj!erei :a genuine
Roller ijUtou.inc.Ji .i.l ligluj; itorm cuna:.-.a oiKnini with t-.e leather: have omr ; ip; u:;..rr ic r-..r
?ich iamr" rtn v?,Var.l df; l.rEe pt.t;-i'a.. mwleu .a reir jur- tk lortu;r.e: .gnit:.;n.nd th.ef.proof
wiadatueid wiper i eigjt-fcy dock. Uin. and iniide mad outaide door haodlei. trananuMia loxi, snJ csw. veatulac.
MODELS AND PRICES, o. b. factories
LIGHT-SIX I SPECIAL-SIX BIG-SIX
Touring $ 975 Touring $1275 Touring $1650
Roadster (3-Pass.) 973 Roaditcr (2-Fass.).. li5J Speedster O-Pas.).. 1785
Coupe-Roadster Roadster O-Pass.).. 1275 Coupe (4-Paae.) 227s
(2 Pass.) 1225 Coupe (4-Pass.) 13T5 Sedan 2475
Sedan 1550 Sedan 2050 Sedan (Special) 2650
Cord Tires Standard Equipment
Beaver Dam, Ky.
' scud you enclose! a postcard, whim's
. ' ilas'- svnd as nt oaf when you
Siam has electricity now aud tho 'i'l your llht out. The eosapaayj
thoughtful eldctric light people aro :ad y'J auo.h-sr po-t-,
doing their best. In every room iu card. j
a liunkok hotel in posted a notico in
various JatiKuapes. Its nngl.'.-sh ver-j C quickly rclkts Colds, Consti-;
s;on reads: "Sir: For the case that ration, Dilinusnck mid Hciuktclicv
your electric Haht hhouI J fail, we to A Fine Tonic. 21-0t
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a "run fi.;-.r." cnl,
t.un will ii'iiti thai ca;arrti Ldu.ji's
thm much more than when they ar? in
health. 'i'l'M fj -t ;-r"es i.ia. tvhiiu
Catarrii is a local tl:se.i!- it is eretily
tr.f'ui-iic.i by rcinstl"iii.aia! r .n.in . r.i
MALL'S CATA11H1I !' ..v i-. ..
slats of an okiti.:,; wlu.-li ..'.. k!y
K'-l.tAcS 1-y ln. ul a-pH--'iU".i. a: 1 -i
Internal S!edl"in-. a T-.ni--. v.hic'.i ;3s:j:3
m it!iproviii5 th-t Uetioral ll a'.-.h.
SiU by tlrugg-.sts for .vrr yara,
h J. Chentv A . Tnl.-d.i. Ohio.
Job Print in
the former conditions the tule Is used
In continuous wave telegraphy and In
When operating under the latter
conditions, tb tube is used in "regen
erative" circuits of radio receivers to
produce enormous amplification. When
used to radio receiving circuits, of such
kind that energy Is transferred from
the plat circuit to tha grid circuit, we
have tb famous VArmstrocg regenera
tive" or "feed back" circuit which U
so generally used at the present time.
Any vacuum tubs radio receiver can
be made rvgeuerativa by arranging the
circuit In sucb uiaunea that the plate
circuit tnergy Is fed back Into the grid
circuit. This may be accomplished by
It Is reported Doctor SlarconI
bus obtained a speed of ;no
words a minute In transoceanic
radio messages. '
I'tah telephone companies r.re
fighting the use of radio tor com
mercial purposes. The old story
of trying to sweep back the
A San Francisco paper prints
a funny picture of u young
wotnnn suing for divorce on the
ground f "radio." She tol 1 the
Judge her hitsHand hadn't uo
Heed her for three weeks, r
It Is said the yiiiitty.tst In-eased
radio operator lives In I.os An
geles, In fhe person of Hobble
Ourola, ned eight years. lie is
tlie son of an electrician and It
Is claimed helped to build the
first radio stutlon on the I'ucldc
Tliree children were recently
burned to death at Aiken, s. c..
In a fire resulting from a short
circuit In a radio transformer.
The national board of under
writers U sending out wurning
of the necessity for protecting '
radio wires from lightning and
light and power currents.
Itudio Is co-operating with the
farmers' granges in tha East,
giving the latest prices for fruits
and vegetables, which are post
ed for ready reference. Tha
farmers rluhfl fule quotations
have been iclven them heretofore
by unscrupulous dealers In tlie
big cities, aud they have lu (his
way been defrauded of large
sums. ' , ...
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