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ToRelieve arid PreventSufferingi
in Peace anam war
75he HARTFOFLD HERALD
15he Largest Circulation
Any Newspaper in Ohio County.
Riveting the attention of the beholder on the fact that the Ameri
can Red Cross is chartered by Congress as un official volunteer relief
organization the dome of the Capitol at Washington, upon which is super-1
imposed a large Red Cross, is the central figure of a new poster for the
Annual Red Cross Roll Call. The poster, which has been pronounced one
of the most striking of innumerable representations of the famous dome,
is the work of Franklin Booth, a New York artist of wide renown. It will
be displayed throughout the country during the Roll Call period, Armistice
Bay to Xhanksgiving, when the Red Cross membership for 1923 will be
Junior Red Cross
Praised for Work
The advanclns standard of the Jun
ior American Red Cross made two out
Itandinj; uatus during the last year
one In rlio Held of domestic activity,
which Is rapidly linking up the schools
with the Junior program, the other a
jfuln of u dozen countries In Europe
pledged to organize Juniors on the
line of the- American organization.
For this nrcotnplishmeiit the American
Junior. evrni the hearty fiidoi'st
aietif of tku lNizue nf Red Cross So
cii't'u's for lis ".TiMtioii of an inter
national spirit of human solidary
anions yoim,- people with a view to
proniirillon of a new civilization for
Tlti- for. !i.on:bj anmi.il report of
tin- American Red Cross for the year
ended June 30, J9S2, will show IM.rCS
schools enrolled, with a total of 4.18",
815 pupils weurins the "I Serve'1 hut
ton of the American Junior Red Cross
the lmtlte of nnselllsh service earn
ed by each Individual member through
In International school correspond
ence 730 clusses and schools ensured
In friendly rnuimunlcaticn with S23
schools in Kuropean countries, DO
Ki-bools in I'nitecl States territories,
13 In South Africa and 10 In a miscel
laneous list of foreign countries. The
work in foreign fields In establishing
playgrounds, school libraries, sewing
und manual training classes, homes
for war orphans, school reconstruc
tion in devastated areas, encouraging
community gardens and many other
activities was financed through the
National Children's Fund raised by
t!ie Juniors nt a cost of $:i"S.-S7. 10.
lairing the year $.VOC2.7!1 w;is con
tribute, I toward the fund, in which on
July 1 tl.ere was a balance of ?J01,-
' You know that the extent of the circulation of your advertising
medium measures the value of your publicity. Your business judg
ment and experience tell you that. . '.
Would you like to present the merits of your wares or services to
every third family in Ohio County every week? ,
Would the fact that a paper has the largest bona fide circulation
in your county and is read by a third of its population, .recommend it
to you? -
The Answer Is:
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"It Covers Ohio County Like a Blanket."
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New Kotc-l to Cost Half Million Dol
lais Will Uo Constructod i
Louisvillo, Oct. 9. A new hotel,
from the Ic'iby of whic'i a giant
elevator will drop Into Mammoth
Ciwe, is to ho erected over :R.tt por
tion of Iho cave which it was re
cently reported, does not bolor.ff to
the owners of the proHimt hotol, end
entrance, according to an announce
ment niadu here today.
Throe years ago a sutveyw ols
covored land which could bo used
for a second entrance' and with this
secret went east. After interentina
a sulQcient number of New York;
By Special Arrangements We Are Able to Offer
Woe Hartford Herald
.tr Ann rvr - si.&Ze n
capitali.sts he returned and the
Mammoth Cave Development com
pany was formed with Oeorge D.
.Moirition, a New York contractor, as
president. The other o dicers ot the
company are: W, T. Yarel, treasur
er, and Lou Render, secretary.
The new hotel will contain 400
rooms, it ia said. It will bave Its
own power plant. The promoter
plan to ppond $500,000 on the
I I, nil.! I n fvd anil vrminflu
The giant elevator, believed to
be the first ot lti kind, will be as
high as the hotel and will be built
In three docks, one lor each floor
of the hotel. After a drop of 298
font, the paHHengers from the two
upper levels will descend Into the
cave by stepfl, according to R. .P.
Valtief) local engineer who ' la pre
paring preliminary plans.
An allegorical concept of the Red Crona as a peace-time ideal is em
ployed bji the American Red Cross in new and striking poster for its
Annual Red Cross Roll Call. Spread out before the heroic size figure is the
outline of the United States with Red Cross superimposed upon it, while
around its borders are sketched scenes depicting the chief activities of the
Red t'ro.- today service to disabled veterans of the World War, disanter
relief and promotion of the public health. The poster ia the work of
Lawrence Wi'bur, a New, York aitut and will be displayed throughout the
country during the enrollment of the Red Cross membership for 1923.
Wlutn you buy CbieoUn, do you
got wlutt you pay for? We bave
vitdble pump. You see what you
buy. WALLACE, TAYLOR MOB
HIS, Hartford, Ky. '
fl Burns and scalds 1
ends the train ana
thesis the I
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