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   Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Circleville, Ohio                                Circleville Herald of ClrclevUle Herald Dally UnionHerald established 1894 ISventngv Except Sunday by PUBLISHING N Court street CircleviUe Ohio THE DAILY OHIO Friday September 17 1937 Publisher Ohio Newspaper Association United Press Press Association and the Ohio Select List ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVKS JOHN W CULLEN COMPANY South Michigan Avenue Chicago 630 Fifth ave New York General Motors Building Detroit SUBSCRIPTION carrier in Circleville 15c per week By mail IP JPickaway county and Circleville trading territory in advance Zones one and two per yoar in advance beyond first and second postal zones per year 5550 in advance Ohio State Archaeological and Historical society From past experience I would suggest you take a camp chair with you An interesting and educational program has been arranged for the observance CIRCUITEER Bntered at Postofflce at Circleville Ohio as Second Class Matter OPEN LETTERS TO STOOGE CLUB VOUTHS The praise of all Circleville goes to you and your advisor Virgil Cress tonight as the liprhts are turned on to mark the opening of the 1937 football season It was your organization that be gan the drive for a lighting system The civic leaders who contributed their money to make the lights possible showed you that the idea had merit Tonight Circle ville takes its place among Ohios most progressive athletic centers The lighting system means that large crowds will wit ness the games because hundreds of per were not able to get away from their places of business to see afternoon tilts Jootball fans should show their appreci ation by going to the game contributing their small fee to help pay for the lighting system and the new uniforms worn by the athletes In return they will see an inter esting engagement The strength of the 1937 football team has not been determin but it is certain that an evening of en tertainment will be provided CIRCUITEER TO CITY OFFICIALS JHENTLEMEN Recommendvtions made by civic organizations in recent weeks concerning violations of traffic laws and iriore observance of regulations by bicycle riders should be acted on Disregard for laws on the ordinance book is rampant motorists pay no attention to parking lines neither do they exercise care at dangerous The Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce have been active in the last few months by seeking the atten tion of public officials in their drive to up on safety Arresting outof town persons will do nc good It is the mo torists right here at home who should be educated along the lines of highway safety The safety committee of council now has the Chamber of Commerces bicycle regu lation request in its hands I hope the com mittee takes immediate action CIRCUITEER TO TRAVELERS pAR OPERATORS Motorists must ex ercise the utmost caution while driv ing on the highways of the county and state during the time children are being transported to and from school and dur ing the opening and closing hours and at recess School bus drivers report that many motorists do not stop while school buses load or unload children The Ohio law reads Motorists must stop on our highways outside municipalities at least 10 feet from front or rear of school buses loading or unloading children and must remain stopped until the children reach the nearest adjacent side of the highway For the greater protection of school chil dren the state has reduced the speed of motor vehicles while passing school build ings or grounds The law reads Drive 20 miles an hour while passing school build ings or grounds during opening and clos ing hours and at recess Ohio transports more children to centralized schools than does any other state During the school year 193637 there were 278360 children carried to schools in 7786 buses Motor ists can make Pickaway county and other Ohio highways safe by letting no thought less indifferent or careless act be the cause of the maiming or killing of a child CIRCUITEER BAD RECKONIN By BRUCE HAMILTON BVBKUCE HAMILTON RELEASED BY CENTUM PRESS ASSOCIATION rtEAD THIS KLKST Tim Kennedy iaa teen writing suicldo to tmnaelf in hia wifes Handwriting He Had graduated into wouldbe homicide from the school hunt up a with greai iireincditatioii and plaaulng I owner m a sinan way niece uc ue ArXwright the moat considerable medical man in the district and a very attractive girl m her own right was about as marriageable ln a j a proposition as any mother could years before NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY CHAPTER 4 marriage COUld hardly have passed without some scandal and social discomfort a few years before But Kennedy was by now thoroughly estab uons new curtains new wood work completely exorcised thi dingy flavor of the old regime The staircase too was put in bet ter shape a smart plate of white metal replaced the former brass and patients were encouraged tc ring the outside bell This was now answered by Adams formerly a corporal in Kennedys company who had saved his officers life by pulling him into the cover of a shell hole at a critical moment in a retreat The fact that thia waa the only occasion when Ken nedy had been under fire was not made public Youre Telling Me Tirn Shortly after their marriage s Estner moved t oi waa Oemg increasingly whelmed with work in the later vvar years Had taken a man called Fitldian as partner and the two had carried on until just after the armistice when Jameson had died of peritonitis Fiddian continued laid himself out to acquire a good with moderate success and in 1910 professonal manner He trained a very young man named Harris himself to chat easily with those started out in the poorer part ot patients who liked it and though tic town he waa believed to be struggling But the most striking effect of ttiese hazards and changes was well He gained skill that Tim Kennedy was suddenly his manner to individual characi promoted from junior to senior teristics he learned how to reast dentist in the town Fiddian and TIMS professional efficiency lishedHe encouraged people to eventually got around and m par cal mm Captain Kennedy out ticular he acquired a reputation as luleUy dropped the title at the a painless dentist for Dentist i psychological moment just before Jameson nad a vein of Scottish t the rctentlon of temporary military stoicism that rendered him impa became ridiculous He tient with people making a fuss took an active Part ln the organ over he was zation of the local British Legion Wttai A1 4U I jtiuvcu WUL U againat drugs Ami fay tor and he folloved UP unassuming town About a and h tivans Doth excellent workmen pcrunacity every contact capable from West Shilston near the hot were inclined to be a little over of strengthening his position j tom of a noow m the Merton rapid and therefore ungentle in His social advance was paralleled I Forest lay a Queen Anne house their treatment they generally had by an equally rapid move forward i known as The Wilderness It had lull waiting rooms ana were in his professional standing Tay been unoccupied for several years ing against time Vet so strong 13 lor was dead Rvans finished j was in a bad state of repair and nabit that ut a time when tils Jameson dead The latter over suspect of dampness But tt was of charming appearanca com modious in a haphazard way and had a delightful garden of about 15 kitchen garden orchard and a wild overgrown part by a stream around the noUow from which the place derived Its name It was the property ot Kennedys fatherinlaw under en tail and on his daughters mar riage he modernised and put it In order supplied a new roof and a great deal of concrete to help with the draining and placed it at the pairs disposal He also made Esther a persona allowance of a year which he continued to pay till his death in j 1926 A wild spring afternoon on i Newmarket Heath pave him a chil which carried him off m a i week After his house and stables i had been sold and his outstanding debts settled his personal estate was found to be less than a tenth of the figure expected He ONE CONSOLATION to us who cannot afford an ocean voy age is the fact we dont have to worry about dodging pirate sub mar ines In the United States the bird hunting season doesnt open un til October However over in Europe theyve been taking pot shots all summer at the dove of peace George BcrnarJPShaw assures the world there wont be a big war in Europe That would make us feel better if we didnt recall he is the same fellow who picked Carpentier to beat Demp sey Wilhalm now possesses a for tune worth more than 00 Just as we suspected all along it must have been two other fellows who lost the war An Inventor has created a do vice which shaves the fuzz off peaches Now all we need is a mechanism which will give a haircut to coconuts and civiliza tion will be complete Two more Saturdays and a great many football coaches will I start rebuilding for next sea j son wre PAY ron Horses Cows Of Sfxr am Condition MUGS i Aivrs CULTS Removcil Promptly CIRCLEVILLE FERTILIZER A news story says exKaiser TEL 1 364 ft praised tie gained little ground from his competitors Perhaps Kennedys personality was too unassertive Shrewdly awaro that ths was the case he he at first found it difficult to com bine close work with light conver sation he came to manage it very sure nervous patients and how to make a parade of silent efficiency with businesslike ones He also took to going to church and here he scored for Jameson was a Presbyterian Taylor and Evans in differentlsts and sabbathbreakers Kennedys first big capture was the Harris were newcomers almost foreigners but Kennedy was of the prevar vintage To his always good reputation he could now add the background of an assured so cial position he became beyond challenge THE dentist of West Shilston and he was able to in new rector and quite a number of j crease substantially his formerly TO MOTORISTS rjRIVERS Your 1937 license expire Sept 30 and new permits are now on sale 1 urge you to visit the office of the deputy j registrar now in order to avoid the usual rush If you expect to get behind the wheel of an automobile you must have a state li cense If you are renewing your chauf feurs license it is necessary that you have a recent picture that can be attached to the certificate CIRCUITEER church people followed the lead The summer ot 1914 found tils condition and status perceptibly advanced but he was still a long way from occupying the domi nating position he afterwards reached The real turning point very modest fees without risk of losing business He kept his rooms m street but ceased to reside on the premises he had not spent a single night there after joining the army The waiting room and living room TO HOME FIREMEN IITORKERS During the recent cool wea Tf ther many of you started fires in your stoves and furnaces Before starting your heating systems you should give them a thorough checking It may prevent a ser ious fire CIRCUITEER TO HISTORIANS JVESIDENTS On Sunday Oct 3 the 25th annual Ohio History Day celebration will be held at Logan Elm park the pro gram starting at 2 p m Mark this date on your calendar and plan to attend Huge crowds have attended the program in re cent years paying tribute to Chief Logan and his treaty with the white man and observing the transfer of the park to the TO ROUNDTOWNERS FOLK Another month and Circleville will be celebrating its 34th annual Pumpkin Show Premium lists are being distributed Now is the time for residents to start advertising and boosting Does your car have a show advertisement on it Officials have distributed advertising ma terials but there has been very little of it in use Directors have added many new features to the celebration New attrac tions include a horsepulling contest en larged horse show Mayors Night Ameri can Legion Drum corps contest dog show under regulations of the American Ken1 nel club Practically all departments have been enlarged The show is certain to be Bigger and Better All it needs is plenty of advertising CIRCUITEER m his fortunes was the Great war j vvere knDcked lnto and made a very handsome apartment rhe surgery was reequipped and re furnished throughout new decora By 1916 two of his rivals had been wiped blown to bits on the Somme and Evans at tached to a medical unit at Amieng receiving in an air raid injuries amounting to total dis ablement Kennedy did not rush into khaki His lung trouble though by now practically cured served as an ex cuse But In the black year of 1915 the pressure of public opinion became very strong and he applied for and obtained a commission In the ordnance corps He was by no means deficient in personal cour age but the offer of his services was dictated purely Dy self interest He foresaw that In the years following the conflict a high premium be placed on a war record and that a man of military age who could not boast of one would b3 handicapped pro fessionally Also he was aware that the holding of a commission would raise his social hitherto a way noth ing else ever could He looked well In his mid dleaged but quiet anci distin guished in his slight rather trim fashion He spent all his leaves In West Shilston forswearing the delights of wartime London for the sake of Impressing himself on the mind of the town in the character of an officer and a gentleman On these leaves he found himself welcomed and even courted In circles with which he had had no contact be fore He accepted this new posi tion as his right but modestly and without presumption In the spring of 1919 Imme diately after demobilization he was quietly married to Esther Ash well Esther the daughter of a gen tleman of leisure and race horse had been a widower for five years High and the money was equally divided between Esther and her brother Neddy But by mutual agreement Esther made over her share of the money to Neddy as a gift in con sideration of being left in undis turbed occupation of The Witder Your Dollars Come Back Every cent you spend on Watkins Mineralized Tonics comes back to you and brings a lot morn Wntkins Tonics cut feeding costs and increase production so that your profits arc larger Your hogs will go to market sooner with a hotter finish your cows will give better richer milk and your poultry will be healthier and lay more eggs Feed Watkins Tonics for increased profits They will pay for themselves many times over Ill prove this to you when I call I carry a complete line of Watkins products which will save money for you Save your order for Extracts Spices Medicines Toilet Articles and Soaps until I come your way and you will save money Bernard E Gregory Phone Ashville 2630 Ashville O ness To Be Continued Looking Back in Pickaway County FIVE YEARS AGO Dr James M Rector 55 native of Circleville and prominent Co lumbus physician for the last 30 years died in Grant hospital of a jerebral hemorrhage Harry Goeller S Pickaway street grocer purchased the arm of about 161 acres former ly owned by Mrs Jennie Lelst IS Main street for 81209110 Mary Ruth Owens E Corwin lreet returned from Cleveland liter a visit with relatives 10 YEARS AGO Mr and Mrs Alfred Lee and daughter Rsba motored to Cincin nati to visit relatives Muster farmers of Ohio GRAB BAG OiieMinute Test 1 Who is U S ambassador to France 2 Who was Father Damien 3 Are women eligible for j Rhodes scholarships guests of John C Stevenson at j a picnic at his country home i Edward Shanton William Mej Laughlin E E Prose A C Moore W E Wallace R R Bales and Grover Pickens plan to attend the TunneyDempsey fight in Chicago I 25 YEARS AGO Mr and Mrs Byron Whitesicle of Columbus have moved back lo their old home in Darbyville Rudolph Gessley has charge of the ticket office at the Clinton county fair Wilmington Mrs Harriet Majors has gone to Zanesville to spend the winter with her daughter Mrs J C La throp Mrs Majors is 90 years old 25c UNICED 30o ICED Plua deposit and tax 713 S SCIOTO ST PHONE 529 World At A Glance By Charles P Stewart The United States public health service is decidely on the alert against the danger of choleras introduction into this country through our Pacific coast ports from China Luckily the cholera season so far as the continental U S A is concerned is passing It is a warm weather disease Still we prefer to have not even a few cases as autumn advances Be sides Hawaiis climate is such that an epidemic is a possibility there in what is our mainland win ter And the Japanese troops on Chinese soil are reported already to be suffering ssriously from the j pest If hostilities in the Orient continue over into nxt summer the threat may become really formidable t CHINESE RKSIST IT Curiously enough the more cholera the better from Chinas standpoint It may prove to be the long nin the Asiatic mainj ganders most effective weapon against Nippon Chinese ire not bte to it They are not 1m but they are strongly re it Not the Japanese how Nor Occidentals signers in China are particul free from intestinal rom but that by virtue of the nary precautions they kite Chinese waive the pre cautions They can afford to They have had cholera germs to j combat for so many generations I that their systems simply are sat urated with anticholera germs for defensive purposes GREAT CARE TAKEN A foreigner in China drinka no water except that which has been carefully treated out of bottles He eats no uncooked vegetables or they must be cooked aplenty I did at one time in Shanghai eat a few raw strawberries but there was a chemical concoction is a side dish to dip them into It was guaranteo1 to kill the germa All the same it was not an appe tizing performance I was sacred half to death anyway I should not have devoured the blamed things if I had not been a guest at a party where I had to One craves this forbidden food simply because it is forbidden NOTHING UNSTERILIZED SAFE Once my wife and I were having dinner at the Shanghai Palace hotel At a nearby table were a couple of friends of ours They had some raw lettuce It came from the garden of one of their friends who watched over that garden with everlasting vigilance irrigated It with mineral water thought he KNEW it was germ proof It stnick these two folk that it would be a charitable act to let us i have some of their lettuce They dispatched a plateful of it to us by i a waiter with a note on the back of a menu card explainingthe cir cumstances My wife proceeded to concoct it into a salad Along came the ho tel manager He saw what was doing and gave us a reproachful glance as if recognizing that we were about to commit suicide My wife enlightened him Indeed said the manager Well this hotel has its own vege table garden under the stricti est European supervision But I NEVER EAT ANYTHING IT PRODUCES until it has been sterilized A DIFFERENCE IN NATURES The Chinese have a system of fertilizing their crops into which I wont enter It ia digusting It may be good for the crops but t is provocative of Intestinal diseases It breeds germs A little breeze comes up and scatters these germj over all sorts of gardens no mat ter how strictly they have been Europeanly supervised As previously remarked the can stand it The Japa nese cannot they are more sani tary Its a sickish subject Yet it has an important bearing on the war in China Dinner Stones RELIC He took her hand into his ari gazed proudly at the engagement ring he had placed on her finger only three days before Did your friends admire he inquired tenderly They did more than that sh Todays Horoscope Persons whose birthday occurs today are inclined to bs reserved but their many experiences and j deep understand ing of life qualify i them to offer sound advice Words of Wisdom A sovereigns great example forms a people the public breast is noble or vile as ha inspires it Mallet replied Two nized it of them rccog OueMlnute Trst Answers IWilliam C Bullitt former am bassador to the Soviet Union 2 A Belgian priest who devoted his latter years to the leper colony at Molokai Hawaii 3 No Many overlook the fact that It is Just as essential to coat a roof surface to prevent deterioration to preserve the roof as it Is to paint their homes and no one will deny that the paint ing of property Is a sano and profitable investment Our Asbestos roof mating applied NOW will stop further deterioration renew the life of the roof preserve It and prevent costly roof ienks It will Kivc the roof that much needed pro tection to withstand the winter weather All of our roof pnint is absolutely free from coal tar of any dewrtptlon s Paint Store 1 Square East of Court House Phone 1369 Is the One Word that Covers Everything in Moores COAL c WOOD RAHGES CIRCULATING HEATERS Their aristocratic styles and their latest and newest conveniences sug gest the ultimate in both the ranges and heaters as Moores have been leaders in the field of building quality merchandise for the past 80 years Circleville and Pickaway county folks are well acquainted with Moores Products they have been distributed here for many years by Bob Wilson and we have talked with many satisfied customers who have owned a Moore stove for from 10 to 18 years without having spent a cent for repairs Moores products also mean a saving of 13 to 12 in fuel to the owner due to the scientific design of the anticarbon fire pot Liberal terms and tradeins 113 Main west J HARDWARES   

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