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SHARING A PIJVYROOM
(By Margaret Steel Hard.)
"ThumMe Rajah" stood with his
legs far apart and pronounced three
year old judgment. "I like Jim," he
declared, "because ho always
?vides." That after all fs tho real
.fosis for childish estimation o
character as well as for mature
standards. The child or grown-up
who divides fairly is the likeable,
desirable member of society.
ed by such opportunities. Sharing ' covers of tho books for they were
should be ajcontinuous experience J arranged with tfieir covers turned
with tho creative impulse -behind it
just as much as any other educative
process. Wo must take sharing out
of, the immediate realm of home ac
tivities and though keeping a home
connection with it make it a more
socialj activity so that itshall be
come' a pleasure rather than a vir-
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The following experiment worked
How then are we going to make out in our own playroom with such
sure of that fundamental quality in success that it seems, capable of
our .children? We are all familiar i much enlargement '''and offers at
some light on tho, question
I winter the children 'had
with the usual possibilities for gen
erosity found' in the life of a small
child the division of some treat of
sweetmeats, tho sharing of play
things with brothers and 6istors.
These aro good but wcneed aphasia
for sharSng,v larger than that offer-
least some
Last winter tne children -had so
many books that their .father built
a bookshelf running the entire
length of one side of the playroom.
It was low enough for the children
to inspect with ease the title-; and
outward so as to meet the need of
"Thumblo Itnjah" to whom the cov
er, not thoj title, spellsthc name of
a bopk. During tho week following
the erection of the bookshelf per-
eight children
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SUCCESSORS TO
Star Planing Mill CotjJ
plavrooral. Immediately tho shelf of
books held their Attention. They
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drew about it and much conversa
tion as to the different books and
their .respective merits onucd. Ruth
read eagerly to nn absorbed group
I of younger children from, 'a book,
heretofore too difficult for her six
year old knowledge, impelled by the
desire to have them share the fasci
nating details of the story. Before
the week was. over, children cHmc
dnilv to borrow from the bookshelf
until a childish method of keeping
account of the books loaned had to
be devised. Then the significant
tiring occurred. Two children came
with books to lend to the shelf and
graduajlyjt grew until there was a
constant exchange of hooks with a
system of regulations made by the
children themselves.
Hero was n veritable childnn's li
brary; Its value as compared to the
stacks devoted to children h oar
village insfitution, lying in tho prin
ciple of sharing behind it. Hero tne
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jchildren noUt only rtoo!r books 'from
uie Mteu ouc nrougnc mem to it as
well. The playroom became in a
pense n community renter. Home
was tho connecting link and sharing
was socialized to include a larger'
croup than the immediate family
and became in fact a joy rather I
imin r vjnue in tne sigtit or me
children
nH 'HMW"'-
"Hearty congratulniioM asd as
surances of my cordial support." '
Front President Wllswi:
"Please accept my hearty
gratulations iind cordial
wishes."
con-best
From Senator Harding:
"I recall a cartoon which por
trayed you and me ns newsboys
contesting for tho White House de
livery. It seems to hnvo been pro
phetic. As nn Oliinn and a fellow
publisher, I congratulato you on
your notable victory."
From Governor Edwards:
"Sinccro congratulation1?. Your
nomination is well deserved and
sp'ells "success."
From Ambassador Davis:
"Hy hearty congratulations upon
your nomination. You can and will
lend tho paty to n well deseved vic
tory." l
From Secretary Baker:
"Accept my hearty congratulations
and nil the support I can giyo in tho
campaign."
FATHER OF COX FEELS
SORRY FOR OPPONENT
Tho residents of the littlo town of
Camden, 0., nre bursting with pride.
They claim for themselves some of
the honor nttendnnt upon tho resi
dence of Gilbert Cox, father of tho
Democratic Presidential nominee,
Governor James M. Cor.
Mr. Cox, who is 87 years old, was
sitting on "tho porch of his modest
cottage home when a representative
of the 'Associated Press called on
hint.
"I am the happiest and proudest
man in tho United j3tntcs. I hopo
and know that Jim will he as good
a President ns he has been a son,"
said "Mr, Cox.
Word of the nomination camo as
the members of tho Cox household
were at the breakfast tablo about 7
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OUT OF YOUR OLD TIRE
It may look about like the one to the
left. When this tire camd to ear
shop the tread was mostly gone, but
tha fabric was ptill sound.
A (ire without a trend U only worth
the price of old rubber the junk
man usually gets them. But when
we build on a genuine Dry Cure
trend (it's worth well, you know
what a good tire is, selling for today.
On the right is the same caring af
ter being rotreaded by our experts.
Tint tiro is now in condition to givo
1,0(10 additional miles of service. It
will pny you mighty well to get your
tires rctrended right. Bring them over today.
MT. STERLING VULCANIZING CO.
53-55 Bank Street
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"I didn't know what to say,"
confessed tho Democratic nominee's
father. "I only know I am very
happy and proud. I'd like to talk
.to all the people in tho United States
but I don't know what to say. But
"I know Jim will be a good President,
lie's a fine leader and business man
and n good scrapper, and I feel sor
ry for tho man thnt has to run
against him."
Mr. Cox was talking of his son
now and forgot his former hesitancy.
Asked if he would go to Washington
to witness the inauguration if his
son be elected, he said:
"I don't know. I'd like to go one
better than Dr. Harding, who said
he would drivQ his shay in tho pa
rade, hut I'm getting along in years
now."
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
All persons knowing themselves to
be indebted to me will please call
and settle at bncc. The chango in
business makes this absolutely nec
essary. Respectfully,
(7431) B. V. Browning.
Drink Golden Dream the coffee ef
unquestioned excellence. (73-4teol)
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BLACKSMITHING
and REPAIRING
RUBBER TIRING, ETC.
GO TO
J. E. FREELAND
Locust and Bank Sts.
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SWINEBROAD'S
Series of July Auction Sales
of Farms and City Property
Memorize the Dates, Then Follow Your Memory
Send for catalogue giving full description of the different furms, al&o descriptive cataloguo of
farms for stile privately. We "turn down" un auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as
faomeihing the Lujing public wants. Therefore, we "ALWAYS SELL." We sold 1500 acres in
June for over .$208,000.00. Every auction was a sale and every purchaser can now tell at a profit.
NOW, GET THE DATES
SATURDAY, JULY I7TH, 10 O'clock, A. H., 150 acres, subdivided, the Adams Farm, right at
Ilustonville, Lincoln county.
MONDAY, JULY I9TH, 1:30 O'clock, P. M., residence and busiaesa property and garage w
Danville, on Main and 2nd Streets, the property of It. II. Arnold.
TUESDAY, JULY 20TH, 10 O'clock, A. M., the splendid farm of 186 aeres of Hampton Sis
ters, that good Garrard county land, on Fisher's Ford pike, 2 miles from Lexington and Danville
pike, 8 miles from Danville.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 ST, 10 O'clock, A. M., the Will Matheny farm of 300 acres in Lincoln
county, on Ottenhcitn pike, 5 nnleb from Stanford. Will be feubdivided.
THURSDAY, JULY 22ND, 10 O'clock, A. M., 2 farms for Forestus Reid, Lincoln county, 2
miles from Stanford, on Ilustonville pike. A farm of 300 acres and a farm of 240 acres. Uoth
farms will be subdivided and sold in tracts to suit the purchasers.
FRIDAY, JULY 23RD, 10 O'clock, A. H., 145 acres for J. M. McGraw, in Lincoln county, on
Short pike, 1-8 mile from Danville and Ilustonville pike, G miles from Danville, G miles from
Stunford.
On any of these farms you can get just the number of acres you want. It will be a pUasure
to show you over these different farms. Somebody will buy a bargain. Why nt yu,
It will bo a pleasure to send you a catalogue giving full description of the farms
description of lauds in several counties for salo privately.
and als
We will also have sales on other dates than set out ubove.
Do sura to get in touch with real estate headquarter, we will make you money.
For further particulars send for catalogue, see the owners of the farms, or W E. Moss or It.
II Dever at mv Danwllc offices, or George Swiuebroad or W A, LMckerton at my Lancaster officos.
SWINEBROAD
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