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THERE was an editorial in the Saturday Evening Post
of April 16 under the above title. It attracted wide
spread attention. It offered Sound financial advice to the"
Post's two million or more subscribers.
"Distant Pastures9 said the editorial, "often look,
greenest, but that is only because we can not see them
closely. It is a curious trait of human nature that there is
more romance and glamour attached to far-away things.
"The heavy annual losses in worthless or doubtful
stpcks would be reduced to a marked extent if the smaller
investors would be taught to confine the bulk of their pur
chases to securities 'that are close enough at hand to per
mit of first-hand investigation.
"It is not only safer to identify yourself with invest
ments close enough to watch, but there is greater personal
satisfaction." M ,
More than 3,500 Louisville citizens have already fol
lowed our advice to "invest direct in properties they can
see" namely the great, modern properties supplying the
people of this city" with ever increasing quantities of elec
tric and gas service.
We intend to have 5,000 home investors in this com
pany bg 1922. Will, you be one of them?
Louisville Gas & Electric
Incorporated in Kentucky.
. .311 West Chestnut Street.
Eighty-two Years of Consistent Returns To Investors
REPAIRING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY
CC Opens a Savings Account at the Largest and
.JJ Oldest Bank in the State.
National Bank of Kentucky
FIFTH AND MAIN STREET.
Drs. Harrison and Strassburg
W Make a Specialty of All Branches of Dentistry.
, We Use All Modern Appliances i tlio Elimination of Pain.
"231 SOUTH FOURTH STREET
' Next Door to Dan Cohen Shoe Store.
Phone City 4503 Phone City 4593
When makers of war aro included
as actors the drama may become
more pacific. "Wlhen war Is brought
straight home to civilians, the high
official as well as itlie humble cit
izen, when tihero is no more escape
for the men at home than the sol
dier at the front, making war may
become a much slower process than
In the past. It la apparent now that
future wars mill bo waged largely
from the air and upon civilians in
enemy territory and as a result all
non-combatants, Including the war
loras .tnomsoives wan become as
much exposed as ithe common sol
dier on the field of battle.
Considerable information concern
ing war gases recently published
has brougM speculation prominent
ly before the public eye. An Amer
ican paper writes of an invention
on the point of perfection in the
closing days of the war, then called
the "mystery gas" and maw known
as Lewisite and pronounced the
most deadly of all This gag is
claimed to bo so destructive that
the inhalation of the smallest vol
ume will cause death and as It may
be thrown .Into the air in several
ways ithe possibilities of the (harm
that may no done are beyond imag
ination. "With Lowlstye dropped from air
planes Into enemy towns and cities
speculation Is well under way as
to propbably how far "mystery gas"
may influenco official war makers in
maintaining peace.. When tho time
comes that war makers and war
lords will have to share in the dan
gers along with tho soldiers, making
war will become a more soriou3
matter than up to the present.
DOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871-y
J. J. BARRETT'S SONS!
822 Easit JVXaiiia Street.
jGRAN W. SMITH'S SON
AL. S. SMITH, PROP.
Funeral' Director and Embalmer i'
nOSPITAL AREA AUCTION.
H. J. JANSEN'S DANCING ACADEMY
Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Nights
-Private Instructions by Appointment Home FhoHe, City 77SW
" FIFTEENTH AND JEFFERSON STREETS
BAXTER SHEET METAL WORKS
TIN, TILE AND SLATE ROOFING
Root Painting a Speeisltj
Furnace and Refrigerator Repairing
'442 BAXTER AVI., at UaderWli Highland 1887; Cttmb
P. JB. HAWKINS
HOUSE WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
Estimates Furnished . FIxtHres Farafehed
1862 BAST CALDWBLL STR1BT HIGHLAND 704
., ' , y - l j, i. i K-m
' INTERIOR DIOOItATOH
xowt fhonb, asm m
MACARONI EGG NOODLES , SPAGHETTI
A. ENGELHARD & SPINS CO, Inc.
ECKERLE "DRUG COMPANY
EVERYTHING OUT RATE ALL THE TIME
FLOYD AND MARKET LOUISVILLE, KY,
NATIONAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO.
54-58 BOARD' OF TRADE BUILDING LOUISVILLE, XT.
3. B. Okligschlager, President A. 3. Oltligsehlager, Secretary
HOME PHONE, CITY 3529
AUTO LAUNDRY ACCESSORIES
GADDIE & ROSENHAM
414 SOUTH" EIGHTH STREET
AUTO REPAIRING BY SKILLED MECHANICS
HOME PHONE, CITY 7576 WORK DONE PROMPTLY
DOLL HOSPITAL Brokn Polls Repaired
" JOHN R100IUS' SONS
KURRBX TDUMT PUT ON GO-CARTS, DOLL BUGGIES AND IRISH!
MAILS-FULL LINE O TOTS, NOVBLTIBg, ETC.
lit WB8T MAJWCBT STftJTOr
Tho Louisville papers recently
carried the announcement ot tho in
corporation of tho Louisville Loose
Leaf Tobacco Market the incorpo
rators being J. C. Bright, of Loute-
ville and Emlnnoo, Charles A.
Speith, iLaban Phelps and others of
Louisville. This company purchased
the warehouses used by the army
during Its occupancy of Camp Tay
lor and propose to utilize these
buildings as tho nucleus for what
they claim will become ultimately
the largest loose leaf maTkot in the
The Kentucky D3lc Manufactur
ing Company 'purchased tho building
used by the army as a laundry and
proposo at once to begin tho man
ufacture of office ' desks. These
buildings are all served by railroad
tracks and mark the passage of the
military city and its conversion to
an industrial suburb.
The hospital area, which is in
close proximity to those industries,
mill be sold at auction by the Liouis-
vllle Real Estate and Development
Company, on Tuesday, Juno 21, Tho
ninety acres of land have been sub
divided Into small farms, and tho
100 .buildings which were used as
administration offices, quarters,
wards, kitchens and dining rooms
will all bo sold. Many farmers
throughout Kentucky and Indiana
purchased these army buildings at
the main camp sale and after
wrecking thorn removed tho build
ings by truck or railroad to their
farms. These hospital buildings, it
Is said, contain much dimension
stock of high quality as well as a
vast amount ot sheathing, flooring,
boxing, codar posts and other build
BOTH PHONES 810.
SOI THEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE
-M4"M fr'H-H-H-HtM II r,H M H-fttl I t-M"H"M"H'foMiM'lt
DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTTi
1227 WEST MARKET STREET,
: Funeral Directors and Embalmersi
j Climb. Mala 2008.a Howe City 2998
LM-I.j..l.&.l.frt...t.iiii jtiiiiiif f f ft M 1 1 II 11 M H Q-:tiM
HAVING TIIEHl TROUBLE.
L. D. BAX
Funeral Director and
T17-7i m. OHHBTNUT
LOUIS VI L.1.R4
JOHN B. RATTERMAN
2114 WEST MARKET STREET
Phones Shawnee 1S43. Cumberland
West 1 179.
Ji O A W
m raraltiir, Diamond sad other ?
ob1 Property at Kowoat Xatci la City
SOS COLEMAN BUILDING
8. H. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSOls
JNO. P. MORTON & CO.
fetabiished 1820 LoolsrUU. K
m "'?J .M.,77My
THE BLATZ QUALITY
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
PRESERVE AND BEAUTipT
Best Service Moderate Pries
319-325 SOUTH SHELBY 8T.
CALL US TOB
Oil and Grease
FOR ALL rURPOSHS
Kentucky OoBSumcrs O.'l Corapaajr
Loulsrille - . . Keatucky
There is great trouble among our
Episcopalian friends because 01 tno
conduct of tho pastor of their
church in Norw&lk, Conn., who "in
sists upon celebrating noly com
munion every Sunday and mase
dally." The vestrymen o bis
church protested against the rev
erend gentlemian'a "form of Berv
ice," but the Btehop of Mie dloceee
- Bishop Brewster informed ihem
that in protecting they bad exceeded
their authority, and added that "the
rector ie in the van o a great
movement sweeping over the coun-
trv and is to be commended." catn-
ollcs wlil wonder, says the Catholic
Herald, what the Blahop meant by
the "irreat movement sweeping over
the country." Does he mean tha
the Bptecopallaus are going to urop
the shadow for the substance, the
im.lta.tion ot Catholic Hervi and
womhlp for the genuine religion it
SHRINK TO MARTYR.
Ptas are being considered for
the erection, of a- shrine to the mem
ory of the Rranclecao, Friar, " Fray
Juan. Padilla, beHeved to have been
the first Christian nmrtyr in whtat
Is now the UnRed States. The Fran
ciscan wa murdered by the IikH&ns
nearly four hundred, yswrs ago near
where Juaetlon CRy, Kaa., now
stand. Btehop Tdef, ot the Diocese
of Coneordfe. he announced We
approval otrthe projeet of perpetu
ating the .memory bf t.he missionary.
PadiHa fat beNeved. to haVe returned
to CuivVra (now Kansas) following
ithe exposition, ebndueted by (fee
Santsfc explorer, Fmwftieoo Vteequee
d OowHUbdo, t 1542, in mcah of
c Fori Cammtf
2d and Liberty
KY. HASSLER SALES CO.
City- 2713 Phones Mate S473
LIBERTY SHOE SHOP
EDW. B. JOHNSON, Prop.
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Work Called For and Delivered
2S27 WB6T MARKET STREET
JOHN B. WATHEN
rUXITURH MOVING AND
awe 19SI West U84
LONG DMTANOi HAUMN9
OSTRADER & HARRIS
PHARMACY No. 2
BIGIITKBNTH AND MADISON STS.
Ernest Oatty Drug Co.
IIRVIO, PROMPTNESS AND
BarAtewK Read aad Longest Ave.
Highland il Bast 9188
AROOLA HOT WATER HEATING
RALPH C. SHAW
GAS PITTING SEWHRAGE
635 SOUTH JACKSON STREET
Phones City 5826; Main 1264
Home Phone, Shawnee 803
ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING
Tin Roofs Repaired aad Painted
Asphalt Shingles a Speecisdty
9011 WEST BROADWAY
H. A. DOLL
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDBR
621-623 BAXTER .AVENUB
Both Phones 2466 r-
TORNADO, LIABILITY AND
128 SOUTH THIRD 8TRBBT
nlty 6918 Res., Shawnee 188 J-L
Suiiivain Transfer; C.
TRUCKS FOR PICNIC Ayf
Hal WBST MAW STJtaWt
like famous "wm eMtes."
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