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IT:' vy u- New York.—In its' report for 1923 the International Harvester Company fchows a net profit of $10,274,376, after all charges and taxes were paid. LUMBER C. W. GATH CO. Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Chairs and Tables Rented Phone 35 17 So. Street OF ALL the days when the young fellows want .to look their best, probably Gradua tion Day heads the list. And we are ready to assist the graduates to appear at their very best, too. Ready with smart suits of Blue Serge and Unfinished Worsteds in rich blue shades, featur ing the new English styles with easy fitting coats, blunt vest and straight, wide trousers. There's a price range to suit all purses varying from $29 to $45, with exceptionally fine gar ments at— $35 $3 White Flannel Trousers $7.50 to $9 The Graduate will need White Flannel Trousers for Class Night and other parties incidental to graduation. These flannels are in the prevailing English mode—straight hanging and wide. Priced at $7.50, $8.50 and $9.00—and unusual quality and value at each price. Our Store Closes Every Wednesday at Noon During June, July artd August 1$ These profits were*iearly double those of the previous year. President Legge said that the 1923 profits are 4far from normal." E S S W E A N S U E E i Suits For Graduation aor*!%0& 50 YEARS OF RELIABLE SERVICE am a Modern Barns and Cribs There's style to barn building as well as to home building. The modern, up-to-date barn provides many conveni ences and improvements that make your work easier and your crops and Uve stock safer. Poultry Houses—Sheds No matter what kind of a ing you need—or whether it's for farm or town—we can be of service- to you. We have building plans for all kinds of buildings and all the necessary material to make them. Our prices are the lowest and Our advice is free. THE BUTLER COUNTY LUMBER CO. Factory and YarJj| West Main Street WAriS&i build *'"v 'r'% OCIATt At a recent annual meeting of the Ohio Poster Advertising Association, held at Columbus*, Ohio, two citizens of Butler county were elected to the board of directors, namely, Mr. Charles Rettig, of Middletown, and William M. Goodwin, of Hamilton. "Bill" Goodwin for the past two years has been president of the asso ciation, which is the limit of time that one can sepve a§, president under the constitution of the association. He was also elected as delegate to the National Poster Advertising As sociation convention to .be held at Kansas City, Mo., in October, and will epresent the poster men of Ohio at the national convention of the Adver tising Clubs of the World in London, England, this coming summer. HONORS FOR GOODWIN With all the write-ups on outdoor igns that some of the newspapers have seen fit to print lately, from their numbers it looks as though there might be an attempt to elimi nate a competitor from the field, ather than an honest effort to im prove. '"Bill" states that very little of the matter.is truth, and a great amount of it is based upon the fact that the companies named in the articles have taken from off the right of way within the boundaries of the state highways small signs thai never should have been placed upon them in the first place. The association to which Goodwin belongs has long been against sucli ulvertising, and was behind a move ment to eliminate it from the publir highways in this state, and which, as is well known, has been accomplished in Ohio. Goodwin says his association is in terested in but one class of outdoor advertising, and that is poster adver AT HAMILTON'S LEADING THEATRES Rialto, Sunday—Norma Talmadge in "The Song of Love"' Norma Talmadge, as & cherry cheeked Ouled Nail dancer, has quite the most bewitching role of her career. For weeks she has practiced the dances of the Northern Sahara under skilled Arabian instruction She will be seen in this role in hei latest picture, "The Song of Love,' at the Rialto theatre on Sunday, foi live days. "The Song of Love" was directed by Chester Franklin for release by Producer Joseph M. Schenck througl First National. Norma has the rol of an Ouled Nail dancing girl. Added, Heza Liar in "Forbidde Fruit," and Fox News. Friday and Saturday—"The Ldtus Eater" Albert Payson Terhune, the pop ular novelist, is the author of "Th Lotus Eater," an Associated Fir National attraction personally direct ed by Marshall Neilan, which is colli ing to the Rialto theatre on Frida and Saturday, for a run of two day George Ade, the famous humoris wrote the subtitles. John Barry more heads the cas which includes Wesley Barry, Co leen Moore, Anna Q. Nilsson and .1 Barney Sherry. The story is an unusual one, ran* ing' from the Mediterranean, Ne. York city and Palm Beach to a desen island in the South Seas. A tram Pacific flight in a dirigible is one the spectacular features of the pr duction. Added attractions, Pathe corned Grantland Rice Sportlight, "The tional Rash," and Fox News. Wednesday and Thursday, "Scara mouche," featuring Raymond Navar ro, Alice Terry and Lewis Stone. Friday, "Prisoners of Zenda," an Leatherstoeking Tale No. 8. Saturday, "Strangers of the Night and Star Comedy, "Rest in Pieces. V Will Represent Ohio Poster Men at World Convention At London—Association's Code of Ethics For Members is of Highest Standard i NJ Jewel Sunday, Gleif Hunter in "The Se ond Fiddle," and Charles Chaplain "A Day's Pleasure." Monday, Viola Datia and Tom Mfiore in "Rouged Lips," and Janu Aubrey in "The Hayseed." Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Martin John son in "Trailing African Wild Ani mals," and Century Comedy, "Taking Orders." ACTION RESTRICTED PROD New York,—In his" annual repoi President. Shoup of the Pacific o company states that the*managemen "deemed it prudent" to restrict pro duction .during the past year. This sabotaging did not affect profits, as surplus of $1,938,111 after the pay ment of $7,000,000 in cash dividends is reported. GET SATURDAT HALF HOLIDAY Yonkers,N.Y.—Teamsters of West Chester county have secured the. Sat urday half holiday and raised wage $2 a week. A t^ro-year agreement has been signed. C"/ A V 'V. tising, conducted in towns and cities only (not on public highways outside of those towns or cities), and mem bership in the association is granted only with the understanding that the member will conduct his business within the incorporated limits of the town or city to which he belongs. He says poster advertising has so improved in the past few years that national advertiser can use the service as one of his mediums by which to move his production, and receive the same service and size pos ter board in each and every town and city in the country. Ohio is now represented by 705 poster advertising plants ,and gives employment to many thousands. There are over 12,000 poster adver tising plants in the United States, nd are all built upon the same lines, amely, uniform poster boards and ervice. The code of ethics of the Poster •\dvertising Association is given be low, which in itself shows what high tandards this ciaft sets for itself: 1—Every poster advertising plant must continue to refuse all mislead. I SMOKED CALA HAMS ClOTHES f. 'TTKI^Jr^fv,vnn^'^- v, %-vth -'v V. THE BUTLER COUNTY PRESS David Webb U N E A I E O lilt: most modern Limousine and Ambulance in the city PHONE 48 219 MAIN ST. Saturday Specials AT The New Meat Market FRESH SPARE RIBS Per pound PURE PORK SAUSAGE Per pound Chicago Market Co 118 High Street Telephone 4506 One New Broadway Plav Each Week »$• *1* "5* *5* •J* "J* *1* "I* "L* *5* *1* *1* *1* *1* *1*RI**1**1*"J* JEFFERSON Theatre Grand Opening Sun. Mat. June 8th WITH OTIS OLIVER PLAYERS INDEFINITE SUMMER STOCK SEASON OPENING PLAY "JUNE and JANUARY' l" 'v ing, indecent and illegitimate adver tising. 2—Every poster advertising plant should refuse all advertising which savors'of personal animosity as ours is strictly an advertising medium. 3—All advertising contracts' should be started on date contracted *for. 4—Every client should be furnished promptly upon completion of his dis play with a list showing all location^, and plant owners should at all timr assist clients to check displays. 5—Every poster advertising plai Car Load Sc. nery Novelty Jazz Orchestra Latest New York Comedy Success Bargain prices. Entire balcony 33c lower floor, 44c. Children 20c. Matinee Sunday only. Nights at 8:20. VALUE PROVING BY LIVING FACTS THAT WE OFFER VALUES THAT ARE TRULY REMARKABLE WORTHMORE SUITS UNION MADE TWO PRICES ONLY— $21.50 and $29.50 ''all that the name impltes 136 High Street HAMILTON, OHIO 7T^*3iV"' H»* 1 should be maintained in the best cor dition possible, both from the stan point of appearance and stability. 6—All locations for poster display should be selected where traffic such that it insures the best of ci culation for the article advertised. 7—Care should be exercised i every plant owner in the selection locations so as not to cause frictic either with the municipal authority or the people of the neighborhood. 8——A rule of one high-grade cla: of service to every advertiser mu be rigidly maintained 9—Every effort should be made constantly raise poster advertisii copy to the maximum efficiency policy, ideas and execution. 10—Recognizing the great power our medium, we should use it for tl general good by devoting space matters of general happiness ai welfare. 7c 11c 10c 11—We believe in close association among members of our branch of ad vertising, to the end that greater efficiency be attained through the interchangAf ideas. 12—We believe in the hearty co operation between poster advertising interests and all other legitimate irnnr-hr-? of publicity. urniture Tiwa WfW, The BARGAIN of BARGAINS In order to get acquainted with the Buying Public We are offering- 9x12 AXMINSTER RUGS $45 Dollar Values at $29.50 While They Last tfc- A 'ti-v kl ISPiSl •V '4C". rU-4 »JMT* V--3" 9x12 BRUSSELS RUGS $30 Dollar Values at $18.95 While They Last Come At Once-Good Things Don't Last Forever/ ie Next to Rosenberger's Wall Paper Store Telephones are Ringing Women's voices keep calling—women shoppers keep coming for this neve World Stand ard ABC Oscilhtfmg Washing Machine NEVER •-r' •.••.. 13—We believe in the solicitation of business on the basis of respect for the value of all other good media. 14—We believe in dissuading the would-be advertiser from starting a campaign, when, in our judgment, his product, his facilities, his available funds, or some other factor, makes hi~ Furrc-? doubtful. .... iable Carpet Co. 312 SOUTH THIRD ST. for $99 before has there been a wash ing machine for $99 that vcould vxtsh, as much and as well and last as long as any other oscillator on the market, regardless of price* This is on" of the world famous Electric Washer® \This new washer is doubly guaranteed by ourselves and Altorfer Bros. Company, and is offered by us now on special terms of only $10.00 Per Month Come in today and see it, or 'phons for a free demonstration in your home. 320 Hlffh St. w? °*PS jnrWLT '•«:h Hamilton, Ohio I :'"V- s: ii-"-wmzi!g,w i t- f"•j J.