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THE PRESS
ffttCL&L ORGAN OF ORGANIZED LA.BOS
OF HAMILTON AND VICINITY
410 LAgo¥{jK^jr'|jP«tSS ASS*!
Members
Ohio Labor Press Asaodatkn
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tT communications of correspondents.
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Of all societies and organizations, and should
fel* addressfd to The Butler County Press, 826
Unrket Street. Hamilton, Ohio.
The publishers reserve the right to Mject
Ally advertisements at any time.
Advertising ntct made known on appli
cation.
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be authenticated bv the name and address of
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aa a sruarantee of trood faith.
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please notify this office, giving old and new
address to insure regular delivery of paper.
Entered at the Postoffice at Hamilton
Ohio, as Second Class Mail Matter.
lamed Weekly at 32( Market 8treet
Telephone 129C Hamilton. OMa
Endorsed by the Trades and Labor
Council of Hamilton, Ohio
Endorsed by the Middletown Trades
and Labor Cotmcil of Middletown, O
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1927
GOING TO HELP?
The largest crowd ever seen on the
fairgrounds on Labor Day is expect
ed this year. The job to handle it and
to the best advantage for Trades
Council's treasury will be stupendous
The picnic cpmmittee is calling for
help. Every union man should respond
to that call. Here is a great chance
for all of us to not only count the
day one for amusement alone, but to
do something of value for the cause.
Offer your services, brother, to the
committee and help make the day the
.biggest ever in every way.
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OLD AGE PENSION
Colorado has recently enacted an
old age pension law, which makes a
total of six states—Maryland, Colo
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New Beacon Primer
Beacon First Reader
Exercise Tablet
Mounting Book
Compendium No. 1
Sharp Pointed Scissors
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler
SECOND GRADE
Beacon First Reader—For Review
Beacon Second Reader—October 1st
Beacon Third Reader—February 1st
First Book of Songs
Stone's Child Book of Numbers
The Test and Study Speller—Book One....
Exercise Tablet
Mounting Book
Devoe Paints
Sharp Pointed Scissors
Spelling Tablet—Webster's Standard
Theme Tablet
Compendium No. 2 .....
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler
THIRD GRADE
New Elson Reader—Book Three
First Book of Songs
Stone Primary Arithmetic
Good English—Book I
The Test and Study Speller—Book One
Industrial and Applied Art IH
Mounting Book
Devoe Paints
Sharp Pointed Scissors
Spelling Tablet—Webster's Standard
Theme Tablet
Pencil Tablet
jx*v' ptith
rado, Montana, Nevada, Wisconsin,
Kentucky and Alaska—that have al
ready adopted non-contributary old
age pensions. This legislation is bas
ed on the standard bill for uniform
state legislation supported by the
Fraternal Order of Eagles and labor
organizations. In Wyoming an old
age pension bill was this year passed
by the legislature, but vetoed by Gov
ernor Emerson. The governor ex
plains, however, that his veto was
prompted only because of an unusual
amendment inserted in the bill which
it is believed would make it unconsti
tutional, and that he will support at
the next legislative session a bill that
is in its "proper form."
ta ttt ma B®
As a defender of the old feud a
order in modern history, Gary was
baron of dignified mien and doubtles
of sincere conviction. He believe
that it was the right of the man in
the castle to rule the domain over
which he hel$ titlJf. He was of a day
and a time long gone.
September 1st and 2nd—9 A. M. to 12 M. and 1 P. M. to 3:30 P. M.
FIRST GRADE
About Nov. 1-15.
-About Feb. 1-15.
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DOG WITH HUMAN MIND
The announcement by the Labor
Day picnic committee that as one of
its feature attractions it would stage
the "Dog With Human Mind" hais
aroused much interest among Hamil
ton people. It is often heard said
that when dog bites a man that is
no news, but when a man bites a dog
that is real news. And so it is with
the picnic committee's announcement
It is nothing unusual to meet a hum^
with but a dog mind, but to see a
dog with a human mind, why—that
is something different again. But so
it is always with our Labor Day pic
nic committees, ever striving to give
the public something different, the
newest and latest in entertainment
The "Dog With Human Mind," no
doubt, will attract much attention at
the big picnic Labor Day.
to to to
A MONARCH PASSES ON
Judge Elbert H. Gary, who sat
stolidly in President Wilson's indus
trial conference and refused to heed
the call of the times-for recognition
of the aspirations of the wage eaVn
ers and who sat as stolidly through
the great steel strike and called upon
the embattled minions of the old order
to break down the rising tide of in
dependence, has passed to his reward
Judge Gary is dead. A monarch ha
passed.
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But he made his ideas the ruling
ideas in his plant, legardless of their
antiquity. He had the might of great
wealth behind him—and the weak
ness of many workers in front of
him.*
What will come aftfer Gary can be
as%little told as what would come after
the great war. The future has a Way
of playing its own cards. But there
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A N N O U N E E N
Your Support and First Choice Vote Solicited
Election November 8, 1927
STAMPEDF
t^RODEO
Ohio State
Fair
Aug. 26-Sept* 5
$20,000
in Prizes
"Ride 'Im, Cowboy!"
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP CONTESTS
Champion Riders of Australia, Canada and the
United States will Compete for Prizes and Purses
WORLD'S GREATEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION
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-NOTICE-
Grand Slam Golf Clubs and Louisville Slugger Baseball
Bats, made by the Hillerich & Bradsby Co., Louisville, Ky.,
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METAL POLISHERS No, 43.
and
Penmanship Tablet 4 cents
Compendium No. 3... 11 cents
Penholder 1 cent
Pen 2 for 1 cent
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler 3 cents
FOURTH GRADE
New Elson Reader—Book Four 66 cents
Second Book of Songs 50 cents
Stone Primary Arithmetic. 60 cents
Essentials of Geography—Book One $1.16
The Test and Study Speller—Book One.. ......40 cents
Good English—Book One ...63 cents
Webster's Elementary School Dictionary 99 cents
Industrial and Applied Art IV 20 cents
Mounting Book 7 cents
Devoe Paints
f.
Sharp Pointed Scissors 15 cents
Spelling Tablet—Webster's Standard 8 cents
Theme Tablet 4 cents
Pencil Tablet 4 cents
Penmanship Tablet .., 4 cents
Compendium No.'4 11 cents
Penholder tcent
Pen 2 for 1 cent
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler 3 cents
FIFTH GRADE
Elson Reader—Book Five 70
The Progressive Music Series—Book *Two... 59 cents
Stone Intermediate Arithmetic 63 cents
Essentials of Geography—Book One 41.16
The Test and Study Speller—Book Two ......40 cents
Good -English—Book Two 66 cents
Webster's Elementary School Dictionary...... 99 cents
Industrial and Applied Art V. ...20 cents
Mounting Book
Devoe Paints 25 cents
Sharp Pointed Scissors
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i THE BUTLER COUNTY PRESS "v
will be a new hand at the helm and
a new hand will have its own ways—
perhaps its own peculiar strength,
surely its own peculiar weaknesses.
Gary, like the elder Morgan and
the elder Rockefeller, will not be du
plicated.
If you are a union man, smoke
Standard—union made cigar.
JOHN FINAN
CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN
Subject to the New City Charter
••s
School Opens Tuesday, September 6th
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Pupils are uiged to* buy their books and supplies* on the above dates as classes will be held the first morning of school.
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Spelling Tablet—Webster's Standard 8 cents
Theme Tablet 4 cents
Pencil Tablet 4 cents
Penmanship Tablet 4 cents
Compendium No. 5
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Penholder .tv .T........ 1 cent
Pen 2 for 1 cent
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler 4 cents
SIXTH GRADE
New Elson Reader—Book Six 70 cents
Fourth Book of Songs 53 cents
Stone Intermediate Arithmetic 63 cents
Essentials of Geography—Book Two $1.62
Test and Study Speller—Book Two 40 cents
Studies in English—Book One 59 cents
Webster's Elementary School Dictionary 99 cents
Industrial and Applied Art VI 20 cents
Introductory American History 83 cents
Mounting Book 7 cents
Devoe Paints
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Sharp Pointed Scissors 15 cents
Spelling Tablet—Webster's Standard 8 cents
Theme Tablet 4 cents
Pencil Tablet .' 4 cents
Penmanship Tablet '. 4 cents
Compendium No. 6 ...11 cents
Penholder 1 cent
Pen 2 for 1 cent
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler 4 cents
SEVENTH GRADE
New Elson Reader—Book Seven
The Fifth Book of Songs
Stone Advanced Arithmetic
Essentials of Geography—Book Two
The Test and Study Speller—Book Three...
Good English—Book III
Webster's Elementary School Dictionary....
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The price is the patron's to determine, nevertheless we be
lieve in true economy, and particularly guard them from
overbuying. .'v.*"1-
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Burial Garments designed for each individual case and ni^de
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Inquire of the Trustees, or phone 1296 for dates.
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler...
September 3rd—9 A. M. to 12 ML
Industrial and Applied Art VII 20 cents
History of the United States—Gordy $1.32
Mounting Book 7 cents
Devoe Paints 25 cents
Sharp Pointed Scissors 15 cents
Spelling Tablet—Webster's Standard 8 cents
Theme Tablet 4 cents
Pencil Tablet 4 cents
Penmanship Tablet 4 cents
Penholder 1 cent
Pen 2 for 1 cent
Compasses
JUNIOR HIGH
New Elson Reader—Book Eight
Junior Songs
Stone Advanced Arithmetic
Studies in English—Book Two
Webster's Elementary School Dictionary.
History of the United States—Gordy
Primer of Physiology
Junior Training for Business—Part I
.Junior Training Business Forms
Note Book Binder—Large
Note Book Binder—V. B. No. I21.i
Note Book Filler—Large
Note Book Filler—Small
Note Book Filler
Mounting Book
Devoe Paints
Sharp Pointed Scissors
Theme Tablet
Pencil Tablet
Note Book
Penholder
Pen
Compasses
Lead Pencil, Eraser, Ruler....
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