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hi;; in i v riii.K Til ViKtt-.J(H itNAJ SAFETY FIRST ESSAY WON BY SAN DIEGO F BOY ROM 400.090 v Dr. T. V. BUffOHM m tin1 ItMrt ''I honor sit a MtrnrlM atim dinner on Bat ircii'v riiKiit iit his home on CttliimbuM fbtreot. a !ri t ui il in honor oi his birth- MATIONAL CONTEST TO STI.MU ' , j I ATE INTEHPRT IN MORE CARE EUL DRIVING WON BY CALI! fOH NIA LAD. managed the i, ham Dr. Hum IV. i nt hla li ru mj Me iMh illv. I MHIfl ik'1 Tfte party in- '. in I H ii evening ft Hi Ml I li ' Mill I U Id touiorro ni' . i i red Hi- in hi. I. all tic a th II III' OGLES BY iilRL TO STAY DAY IN PRISON SHIP L' suiter in tgloabi . in baes i 11:1. I, hi harbor, t th" nrl WiikIiIiii'Kiii I) (' lift II'. I honors open to elementary school pn euchre an i buuco narti U Mil ni' tii'' imitoii wore won i,.. rltaa tli . . ley Nuweomb, eighth grade tif Lincoln A' ' ' 1 school, Son Uli'Ro, Ciil.. who v.i.rli' ibi bskt paper in u national safety ,!,. gj .'MU essay contift last aiitiitnii, feeoortflut r ub III bi to annouiireniniil here loday b LbH bb iiwa i iiiuttiini board. Competing Aitli him tor tlii-'. honor were more than 400.000 eh ru ntai sefccwl children from eterj tat , toi ritof.v and possession, said to b the largest bimrbef uier to participate In a national essay contest A u re ward he is entitled to a fold watch! ami a trip to Washipgton, D. C, with ml eapaaaea paid, whew In will ! the girst of officials of tin' hlghu . education board, the national uutetno one ensmuer oi commerce, twin n oi l'ereil the prizes anil dieiiiiai e a. a officials at the nation. Draper Ciil Second. Miss Merlene Beck, a pupil in llM Draper, Utah, phBhilc school wet necond, ami will relred a gold Ioa tng cup and James Kduirrd Utllenwa tern, Knoxville, Te mi , pupil, wrftl awarded third honor;, a Silver iovibl (Up. in ailditinil to tli. natii.nal prises, 47 siatf- prises ware pit m fbi ' 1 '' J eadaya, including ..J Koed medals ami ' . '' clicks for 115. j J,1'.', . u,r,,!J The San Diego bov's essav w.t . ' , ", - . . , - . . , no CGUhlieil. U!al ehosen by a process ot elimination. , , .. ... It was first selected as the best from ,,,, Britlvh this city, and then as the host innn umi , u , the state of California. The beat Captain lobn atate and territorial essays were then obip oflored l 1 submitted to a national committee , h, i, named bj Ir. John B. Tlgert. Ublted , ., i,, States ( (iminlssioner of 'ducatlun ami yi i u . cTlnlrman of the liiRhway eduraiion .1 to bri k board. i , Boa ton phi Mrs. Warren G. Harding was bon-j lilinoi girl .. orary cbairinan of the national eaaa) I tt( ! committee. Otfter mombura ware Sen- eroel nor !i a tor du I 'out. Delaware; Mrs. John D. Boot Sin 1 Sherman. Wstes Park, Colo, chairman th ';- t applied education committee of the Perado who e General federation of Wnmen's rlnha or tholl minds ! and Dr. William T. Bawden, Wkahlng- punishmont ton, D. 0., assistant to the commission -' r of education. I ABE MITCHELL COPS The subject ot the essays was "How r, llllnilnno J Can MaUee the Highways More SOUTHER NH0N0RS Safe." At the time the essays were Nashville, Tenn., Oct. -. (By til written the national winner was 13 ' Associated Press.) Abe Mitchell ot years old. He Is the only son of a England won th" open cbapipionabip twidowed mother, and eays his amhi- of the Sontliern Golf asSoi lation yi -tion is to b" an editor. His watch terday in a play off with Leo Diegel will be presented to him by Dr. Henry ot New Orfeana, with whom he wa C. Johnson, city superintendent of tied yesterday after seventy two holei schools, San Diego, and he probably of play. Vl!l come east with Johnson in Keh-j Vesterday's struggle went thirtv mary, stopping in Chicago to attend nine holes, when IDegel again tied the national convention of superintend the score on the home green with a dents of schools. Stanley Newcomb J birdie 1 to Mitchell's par 5 and it is a Boy Scout and is said by Johnson! was decidi 'I to plaj threi more boll a to be one or the brightest students ini In an effort to decide the contest. Jifs schools. j The final seme stood at the end of A similar contest is being an-1 the match: Jiounced again by the highway edu- Mitchell 7i 76 I! 157 i rational board as part if its "Safety Diegel 74 7 h fip Season" for 1922. The contests have I - ceen fnsttumeiltal In reducing traffic accidents among children. G vee It Great Value. Stanley Newromb's essays in part A "warding sctiooi youngster helns foikrwn: "People-throughout the land Mkel hla teacher, -What nmkes a bre awakened to the fact that we are dollar 1 li . nil able?" n piled 1 1 1 facing a great nartional prohlem. spenl all the n mr allowance." 'What I Can Do to Make the High- "ways More Safe,' is a subject whic h Should receive serious consideration dents, ir will aid greatly in deep by everyone. Applied personally, I the number of auto injuries at ahi such a small speck of humanity talitlea." In this great world that at first it , j L ja-. seems presumption to imagine that I can be of assistance. On furthet consideration it occurred to me thai If all the little specks, children from coast to coast, will earnestly discu the problem with parents, teachers and companion;;, and will take pre cautionary measures to prevent accl- COaL vs. climate By NF.A Service VI ashington Florida il budji pi eypatiihs to 'sli in on ier climate and the coal stiikc. a is house H'lcaiiin;;, repMritflplgi repaitfina; and Imild inn on such .1 Kllfl thai "thcie il plenty oi work lor all I.inscb, nci'oidinn to the repreaentativea oi the Depatiinent ol Labor. Why? Ucciitisc it is "Ahticiputins .1 large infl than iliattl ihj 1 the offii ial n Jiort.ioi' in the northern state 1 And thei c OU hd Vt It. No cool up north. Mine "j.H k down aouth LOVED TWO GIRLS. (-alls on Georae ill in '1 till I II It'll s t. "on .ii outtl ! th ! Ill n r t pp k nn j. r. r jujixcj So Regular Will Hack M 'cumber As Independent By HARRY R. MlirjT ( 1 1 1 ' tile mer. h mparti Old Quai 'Newb iaii. pendent, inlxatibh. cai hue' ua rdati all He n mi the a i I, ime of Hie Hat iphoidiim Newberry's 1 eat and the support of li ts McOumber can bi senate, it irse of th b aril and in hull-lie sC umber over the i ts who 0 t behind lent in a 1 it rf&tler, 1 knon ti lecisloil, III tl . Il ' hesltat- yi dd guard 11 l' to per- ti MI'Hll part.' na can neither sta n the cdl s dai a in total darkm of the old ti d her lost their liv this terrible m Si HELP WANTED No Experience Required) YANKS AND GIANTS GET SET FOR SERIES NO DULL TIMES BEIJjINO POOD Petmla must eat. Fefleral dlitrihutora make big money: Isjmiu vihiU and up. Xo capital or experience needed: auani ntred salf ; ur-M'-l-l iriK n iv he returned. Ynur nan,.- 011 puckaeee ljullds your own business. FREE samples to customers -Repeat or ders sure: Exclusive territory! AhIc New:: WSDBRAXi PURE l-'OOD CO., till Archer, Chtcase. EREE OVERO 'ATM ! t- write orders fur in.ir; raincoats arni wind an overcoats. Hie I'av, Jl.d in ire, and chance to get I di liv er and collect. W'r CLVTED RAINCOAT A 44S North Well. Dlvlel .ago. III. MA KE flOO.UU IN Ty Selling .Mat., V , I u pound, I'evv- Soai lake Paddle. Blagest ellers prolft bu. : . t, . , , , e sai lENTi ni 211 New York. iifey Witl on Un to a TES-STINGS "AMAZi: TORD." Mln liampalan, hi. Apply wet baking; eVa os Uoucsbuldea.sionia, followed by W taw m wk- h: w VapoRub Oor IV Millie , Jt. Oid Yearly IT PUTS YOU BACK ON THE JOB SOONER msmmum n niti mi mumsmM?.-. CHICHESTER S PULLS rfTk" A '"ij .T.K your ii vgt;t.t :uf t jvjsi 5;:-..e.ur.?...'t:L.rAN ., v fajj in 1,... tnd i0u ,rbiiicvy ft 'I-. . H WHi ni ,-. I- ' ' Ut.v 1 I, i,M l')j.;., t , -,r rri r r-"t r.vu.u-: SERVICE. STATIONS We are specially equipped to repair Buirk Motor Cats. All makes of cars repaired and overhauled. 3f?3 W. MAIN ST. Phone 798 An Osteopath mutt have a high schcol odmralion, a four ar college training in all medical sub;e:ls, ANU a thorough :t jdy of the SFiNE- a possible source of trouble. "SEE AN OSTEOPATH" steopathie Asi'-oeiaiion Htildii ily Bun ? fWOU,d y tnunrh pirfTt n,ters are f'nc,i shoes in .he world, but we would rather fit a pair ot, your feet ,tnd nave you prove it to your self. Priced at ?6.75, Black or Tan E. CLAUS & SONS .Since 186) PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public .Miction al my i saideiK e in Vd'ollham ii.wn bip. Known, the fVlyer homestead, I miles l 'litli and 1 mile west of Uti:; and 7 milcj (todmeasl ol La Salle, a miles south 01 the Waltha 111 caurch on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5fch, 1922 Commencing at 12 o clock sliatj) 8 HEAD OF HORSES 8 I roan le:'.m, coming 6 years, weighing 1,600 lbs. co b; I block teem, coming 3 years, weighing 1,500 lbs. each; I blue roan, coming 15 years, weighing 1,500 lbs.; I roan, coining 4 year.3, weighing 1,400 lbs.; I b;-y, coming 2 years; I yearling. 45 HEAD OF CATTLE 45 16 head of milch cows; 1 1 head ol steers; 2 two-year old bull : I two-year old heifer; I yearling bull; 14 calves. 45 HEAD OF HOGS 18 head of fattening hogs; 23 dttoats; 3 sows with pigs by side; one boar. 22 HEAD OF SHEEP 1 6 ewes; 5 lambs; I buck. 26 TONS OF HAY IN BARN. FARMING TOOLS Planter harrow; 9 culiivators; 2 hay, racks; disk, tractor and plow; automobile, fiat rack and truck; bob 1 ii'b; manure Spreader ; Farm wagon; gas engine; end gate seeder: a lot of small tool, and many other articles too numerous to men-, tion. TERMS OF SALE All sums trf ffl and under rash, over that amount i credit of twelve months' time will be given on notes with approved security without Interest I It paid when due; if not ho paid per cent interest win be charged from date of sale, fi per cent dt'i ou a' for caab on saaH over tin, and im property to be remove,) until tel.,. of sate are countiad with. MRS. GEORGE MYF.R COL. DANIEL FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. ' nniii mpt punncc UUULUM I i inuuoL , TWIXT rriA R HER 'El SUICIDES N A'JU v 4-; ,J L' i vW' . II WljaK ' etivlTV IS. MONDAY, OCTOBER .". I0:2. BANKERS DEBATE BRANCH PROBLEM N Vc:l(, (let. : (y th" . P 1 -tile ee 1 I liat pt',iilbes lo !a In r gust iitul in. ' I lutportaul the lahtli anneal oonvetttioti ot Amerlcrut lionkors' aasoclatlon, '1 nnvns ttxlnj . IntteiioiMloni bank I iprtmantlitg all too tie us ur the itrj met In pn illnurji idfsion la. . I ,' pUl r 1 ,. . mp I m lo tillt ptl ! ti .'i ; 1 I iilMa Him lit of 1 . ."h Don I); Ihe r .alii 111 I heuitttlR hotisrft, I I 0 01 flmcicl t . feathering for ft otl 1 lailieuti 1 untiuiiuous iCactlon with lite nutlou'a proifreat .ird iroin I tits vsUe.v Of postw ir . and I' lii f that at Inn t jf6dr of boo 1 im im h i a ah'-ail. rogroi thai 1 by mnaun or aueh lelul una' 111 es OS the I'Nirdney- inihor t.. tin we do. in,,. iiiu,;,i in , K' ICuropi (runt (voikMin u.it its dlifh uitlc It) ine i'iti ni its mvn ' ' ..... Hit wain I by VI. A J"a if fbl( :Ml. (.'blllrmUII Of the I,:' 10' un Iioiwli polli . eouiiiil" .1011. Tayhif "" .. IWliiR piioMa (linn I'.o I 0 : id pre WUf i Vel't, tl .. il di Hue ol bu 1 iw'lpi; fto'u ral re ei vi 1 by ni"mber -bul a, , ... and utli t,i ,i farmers, ..in WO Women f aati lilna. V. . Hai 1.. J ' .ill i Selfii BUY YOUR HOLLAND BULBS BI FORE THE ASSORTMENT IS BROKEN DikLCT IMPORT Jordan Hardware Co. VIA IN STREET sansm.Mie!rijMair.,aiiiwPMi SHE DESERVES THE BEST 1 rmsBmMattwaftmiBraamavjf wm a BBI mkiswwi hi iihsm.M5ehikwij' inaiiarn. BBaasaNHMBaBaMi CI 11 olic who hi tnousctndl 1 I prompted I kaasMkMA . ni! routine oi cooking fully a uenl liokines tin t recj 1 . ,-'-i'.' ... m! rt 753W - 'l nil toil mac s .... jr. 1 pl ( ( II I rl,l. treats an ntf tie I I I -A S I mhmbr am 1 u tin -' ? f T wm ti of hi x cfforii, nd asnnt4Jl( e ol c lb. it y. ;n 1 an obi jio. rrfi nineilb bftbtUnfj .1, lor. stately Chief Boiler Iron Range ami wood finest cliar- and con- t with which half a eon VOtRd to the l.uildine of al' boll rs (he V ell i' III I lo endow a T-Tfi.-ifl.t. iifc' X ,'.ir:.''' .hjtt. -, . ic..-i v .-Ti.-u.., ,-( :i".'-i LI. -M! T."i L - 3 ., V"CfflWm an,. drSL dm twmm-mdiWi&nk. ill 11 sisiK's!.!' us s ph 'Fr arzrrs- . ... ;n i&'-WftaSEi JfJaaa-tjrdTObl Chirr Ranse an ran ;e I", low cohI, otnfrutfi t by ho year. fcrvlec :i till I v c on lered, it is, out lines- i Hon, the great sttlated oVen dooi use of asbestos In We tho- quantity Hightrade range tire design o hoid heat whei The fuel if save possible value. The triple walls, the in- the liberal ulatlon (dou- tts"i! in other ) and the en- he Round oak calculated to it belongs. by preventing n vviKtp til lieat Cminvfl nver and over the tilihl extra cost of these advantages. THE WE SEf.L COLES HOT BLAST HEATERS 812-15-17 La SaHc Street I ; ER FURNITURE & RUG CO. OTTAWA, ILL. I . ILf A JL