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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - August 12, 1923, Athens, Ohio .ar-rr.-. So of the sunday messenger Bun day1, August i. \9lt.\ you can to Good world Down 4 the growing crab casts its Shell. While their roots Are sound Trees continue to crack and drop old bark. So does civilization. Wheat is Down to a Dollar Bat aeroplanes Are breaking records every week. A new England Railroad and a new Jersey trolley line Are forced to suspend operation Bat paralleling highways Are crowded with motor trucks. The country can t use All the pork produced this last year Bat the automobile markets absorbing a Peak output of commercial and pleasure cars. Planters wont make last years profit on their Cotton but Southern Pine old turpentine Are Selling at new highs every month. Steel Mills Are soliciting business Bat builders can to get enough labor to satisfy housing demands. There a a surfeit of Oil and a shortage of bricks. Mail order shipments Dow a slight decline Bat department stores Are enlarging premises. European consumption of american farm products is abating Bat Gen 4ral exports for 1923 Are far above pre War maximums. The Stock list is weak but corporations Are increasingly resuming dividend payments. Ship construction has ceased but every liner is sailing with filled Cabins. The balance Sheet Isnit nearly so red As pessimism writes it. Losses Here Are offset by gains there. The difficulties of one Section Are counter balanced by the Prosperity of another. All in All we Are doing Verv Well thank you. There Are More jobs than men to fill them. We Haven to had a big bankruptcy an important strike or a mortality jump in months. Germany a in an awful mess Bat the near East Row is All Over but the diluting Austria is out of rags and in overalls Hungary has at last decidedly Herbert Kaufman to Call in the economic doctors Poland mobilizes looms As she reduces armies Russia dismisses Charity commissions and seeks bread customers instead Italy throbbing with new blood enters upon another Renaissance and the Balkans for once Are quiet. Meanwhile chemistry Medicine and engineering stride along m seven league boots. Foreign pathologists discover a serum for measles. New Haven surgeons successfully demonstrate the removal renovation and reinfection of human blood. Mercury instead of an element is found to be a composite substance and another unsuspected Field is opened to possibility. A co Developer of insulin it sure that Ordinary Garden vegetables will soon provide cheap and limitless diabetic Relief. Dayton breathlessly watches an aviator pedal his Mot less plane Twenty feet at the first by hand Barbott a Little Olivver is outspend by a half dozen smaller and simpler sky carts. Laboratory magic changes twigs leaves branches and lumber refuse into synthetic Timber equal to any climatic and endurance test hitherto useless Ore tailings Are processed into a Superior and inexpensive Road material. J a Metal Mike a the automatic helmsman brings a Schooner without Accident All the Way from puget sound to new York Harbor and a piloted French dirigible Fly for hundreds of Miles and return to their base under wireless direction. Follow recent happenings As Well As the ticker tape and pit quotations Progress is still beating the game. There Are More hurdles behind than before us. Up and Over it takes More than one Kaiser to smash a world. Covers a population fhe sunday messenger of $9,000 in South a Aston Ohio by Var two geographic location As no other paper can. 4 member of american newspaper publishers association. Ohio select list. Audit Bureau of circulations associated dallies. Full leased wire report International news service. A a very week Day evening it i i a t saturday blur Biu nity morning . K to. Bush Jan by. Chaa. Ii la Iris. Managing Kultur. Ii i Usi that the advertising rates on application at Home or foreign Micas. Nominal charge for obituary cards of thank Etc. J a National advertising representative Robert f. Tard inc., 601 fifth ave. New York and o youth Wabash Avenue Chicago. Ftp business i a depression losses i is Assn by Frederic j. Haskin Washington. D a. August 9. A a during the two year of business depression in the United states the newspapers frequently reported Fella tee of business houses Ana a Torlif of Black Industrial activity. Beak failed at the rate of one a Day Tor More than a year. The labor situation became so bad that it was necessary for the president to Ceil conferences on unemployment. The periods effect on the american Farmer was to Adverse that it resulted in the formation Orth farm Block in the Congress. Gad the most formidable lobby Willet Ever was organized in the history of the country. It was a protest against the unfavourable economic conditions. While everyone knew either from Hie own business experiences or from the Reading of press report that business was bad it was not practicable to make any immediate estimate of just How great the losses had been. The census Bureau of the department of Commerce has just completed a study which gives the beat indication yet compiled of How widespread the losses were. This study shows that in two years the american nation lost approximately 420 ,000,000,000�?an amount nearly equal to the Cost of the War a in the manufacturing industries alone. Thin census doubtless gives a Large proportion of the National shrinkage of values but not All. Manufacturing in the Backbone or Toca country s income but to this a of $20,000,000,000 must be additional sums which undoubtedly would bring the Cost of the business depression up to the into East of the War. So tron. The great american philosopher wrote of what la frown of the Law compensation a hair of life and Economy which a Pimp nut to prevent anyone a get he Jap Tho much if he gains much. Y Jie Jug it in to lose bal mount. Thus the Amer a Tion taken a oppositely millions out of the War. Years produced work and of an enormous rate. Then the Post War depression if away a Large part or Rains. Pm diner year in lilt a it emus of manufactures wan Fth Ken by the government As of 191 a i ran at the very Crest of the armistice Boom when prices feared to Levels even higher during the Var itself. Wages preached unpriced entry High to 1% was the year of the silk Taf Coal miners and Street car d in census showed 4hat a aggregate value of Amer. Manufactured products was Ipi too oooo a colossal sum. A a Federal census of my won taken in 1921. The ice a Boom it will be re collapsed in the Spring that waa the period of rail movement and other of the Public against the ices. It was the time or panese panic. American a lumped with astonishing and factories wore shut or the country because no. R one was buying anything. By 1921, liven the value in the year of do. Jew Hen this census was taken the pres Alan was eighty per cent above slump was practically at its depth the pre War year of 1914. In 1922 things began to get letter. In the foreign Trade the vast to ithe census taken in 1921 shows crease in volume of business had that the value of american menu been noted on a fantastic scale. I torture s had sunk to Only $49 mince the adoption of the american 1658,000, 100�?nearly $20,. Constitution Tho foreign trod or j000 less than the figure for the the United stabs has amounted to period two years earlier. The huge total of $ 185,789,000,000. I in an economic sense every Man. Of this Trade. $109,000,000,000 had woman and child in the country been realized in the 125 years he has a joint ownership in the pro foe the great War. Seventy-., yen Duce of the nation. Therefore in Iii Lions has Bern r fill a a in the j 1819 each Man. Woman and com nine Short years since the War to of the population had 1600 Worth Avn. The inst decade has seen on of manufactured goods. In l i. I amount of for Ign Trade equal to each one had Only $400 Worth about Throe quarters of All the Kach had lost $2<io a Ioa a in Tho previous Century Ana i hat was w hat business Depres a Quarter. Aion Cost the american people in manufactured goods Aion a a a iring the average five persons to a family each family in the lost $1000 in those two bad years. When these figures Are taken into consideration the importance of Tho Effort of Secretary of Commerce Hoover to Stop the ups Nadj Downs of what is called the Bual-1 Ness Cycle will be realize a committee appointed by the Secretary had made a study of this matter and had made recommendations for Federal. State and municipal a Tivin s calculated to ameliorate these High crests and deep troughs of Boom and depression to then it i that such heavy losses will not Befu it by the american people. Whether such a Reform is possible is a matter largely for conjecture. Business booms and depressions Are i As old As the world but this new figure which the census Board has Harding Ess born in 1r44 married Nube Waltz the bar Carolle from a. Roosevelt Taft. Wilson and we were increasing our exports As must. Work harder and be Mon Phocbe Elizabeth Dickerson Van die Tab s of Hoffman and the Harding. The first three were Mem our imports increased this might efficient in order to balance up tin Kirk of Holland dutch ancestry famous Melody of brigadier Gen Bors because of being authors or solve the problem but our exports situation. When Twoy ars of they had a son. Warren Gamaliel Oral Dawes. Books and Magazine writers but have show n a steady decline during Are connoted by r tube. The Watt Harding was born in 144 married Ltd. What fraternal organizations or. Harding is an Active member the past four years. Altho we sex in the two jars ultimately who was the sue fsr us candidate Dors the president belong to i. J. Because of his Editorship of the ported in 1020 Good Anflic amount level. It happens today Marion Star. Ile votes in All of the of $$.228.016,801, our total exports water in the american Jar is the press club elections. F a the s x months of this year higher and the question before it q. With whom docs president Quot Ore less than two billion dollars is whether we will let the water in Mason and a Hoo Hon. Harding play Golf f. Kit i. This Means that altho our Trianu our own Jar fall to the european he is Over six feet in height a How Many presidents have a. His Usuff Golf companions factoring capacity is greater level or kurd an Tho National press Are his Secretary George Christian. Senator Hale and speaker Gillette. Tor the presidency in the election t. Of 1920. A at the time of his election if. How tall is the president h. He was an Odd fellow a Moose a f. K. I a heavily built has Wavy Cliver Gray belonged to hair and Brown eyes. Club it. It. W hat did Proi Ilent Harding a o. Sunday Mohning Sermon my week of toil was ended ithe world was Nice and still. Questions and answers i i do for a living before lie became a newspaper Man y. It. I. A. He worked on a farm taught school and turned his hand to Odd jobs that came his Way. Q. W As president Harding s inaugural a a radioed from Arlington ii. M. G. A. His address was sent by Ras i looked the doors and windows Dio phone from the stations at Are and took my evening Pill Lington \ Irlma and Anacostia d. My pipe Lay on the Dresser. C. It was sent on a lamp and in in heaps my clothing Lay. Damped Waves undamped being i spit out Niv tobacco 2,500 meters. This address was and then i hit the Hay. Transmitted by a committee of naval officers. hour i Lay a dreaming q. On what Day did president of How in old Japan Harding sign the Pence proc Latna i took a Rusty pistol lion k m. E. Jand shot my Cousin Ann a. Tho peace proclamation was i could see her on the carpet signed by president Harding on moaning bleeding needing sir. November 14. 1921. I when i took Athen Day by Day As seen by the messenger watch dog Ever to arc Selling less abroad an4meet ours. The probable re sub mole Dom abroad than Ever i will be that our level will Root before. Down some and their level Wil a a Tiara 4s a tendency among the come Down some and their love farm is to i lame Tho admin tra i Rome up to meet us. We Musi ton for this situation. Altho 1 he improve our efficiency while the recent Congress May be to the. Must increase their purchasing for til ups. It certainly is not Power. To for our present import a the fact that the business Indol situation. The recent Congress in of the Babson Chart has dropped to acted Ona of the highest tariffs Ever,6% below Normal is largely due to As mad As a Beaver i grabbed the enacted in Viory and dbl at it this import situation which is re. Receiver i could to or vent this difficulty butting in the gradual shutting and heard a Sweet voice say w hich the country is facing today Down of our Mills and factories. Of a a hello. The higher we put the Tariff the course the condition of the Amerl harder and longer the workmen of Jean Farmer and the inefficiency of and swore in a style of my own. J asked the poor Ash. A what the Heck do you wish a and Europe work. Moreover we cannot labor Are also factors in bringing then she replied. Quot you re not Joe. I go Back to your slumber i have the wrong a a a gee Whiz amp to Nan Many Reader can get the answer to any question by writing the Athens messenger information Bureau. Frederic j. Baskin director Washington. D. C. This offer applies strictly to information. Tho Bureau cannot Giro advice on Legal medical and financial matters. It does not attempt to Settle Domestic troubles nor to undertake research on any subject. / write your question Plain and briefly. Giro full name address and enclose two cents in Stamps for return postage. All replies Are sent direct to the inquirer. Q. Has president Harding a and began to Bob her hair larger than president Wilson had r. E. N. When through the awful stillness a. Tile Cabinet officers Are the there came a piercing Clang same in number at present but the that brought me from the covers president has invited the vice pres-1 and made me mutter Blent to attend Cabinet meetings. The Telephone was ringing if. What is president Harding s and so i left Japan average score in Golf h. Ii. B. Before my dream was ended a. The president usually makes and i had burled Ann. Between 9, course. His companions on the my cot links Are generally former Coll to answer the ring the Dong a Long engus in Congress. In the recent Ling. Newspapermen a tourney played 4 debated and waited and hesitated. Over the course of the Washington might be an Uncle Golf and country club the pres has sprained a ear Hunel the phone is Gons. They sent a Many Sharp edged sickle now ill finish my dream of my Cousin Ann. Blame them while the masses of Down this Index figure. Consider this country Are living on Ilia rating the fact that business was lift of he land. The workmen of above Normal in March of this year. Europe must either sell Good to the figure of 6ft below Normal to. America or starve. Of com so we Day is a very abrupt and serious do. Could Start a Campaign Over Here to buy nil american goods but. Such a Campaign would be very difficult first typewriter was produced in to put across. Tho Only aus to 11,7 by Christopher i. Shotes of the problem is that our people Milwaukee. _ the Hammer club is going to have a special session tomorrow j night to see if anything can be done toward having the court House 1 either stuccoed or cleaned from Bottom to top by a special machine. The meeting will be held at 6 30. 1. 1 j i and All members Are urged to at and too on the average now whether or not i should leave tend it loan a aiding fun a # i my 4 court House. Bets fix our old one up and make it look like new. Pust made available shows that the1 smoothing out of those Inequali-1 q what is president s Harding ties is at least Worth trying. Favorite Flower p. X. Two million Bost Johs a the White House says the 1 in the manufacturing industries president has no favorite Flower alone the number of persons pm hat is so fond of Flowers that he played shrank from lo.s8s.oon in 1 he kinds that Are in the �1919 during the Boom to 8,257.000 White House conservatories. In the depression. This accounts a Warren g. Harding for More than of Una a. Written to by books k. L. C. Played. Salaries and wages Dinunz i aside from hts published shed from 113,�?~5?2., Ion of 1919 speeches the Only one credited to to $10,768,00 1,000 to 1921�?a loss him in the congressional Library of about $2,600.000,000�? Over n our common country Mutual billion in a year in pay Good will in american published the losses in the various to to d921. Dust Les show How evenly distribute 4 what kinds of athletics and the hard times were. In round merest Tho president j. L. G. Numbers the losses in manufactured j a. The president depends upon value in the two years from 1919 Golf and horseback Riding for Nec to 1921 Are As follow food pro a a Bary exercise. However he is an duets. $4,,non textile. Interested Spectator at baseball . Iron and steel products games and Tennis matches. A $4., lumber $500,000.,. Q. Please give the genealogy of ,000 leather $1,000,non. chem president Harding. Of. I. S. Leal $1,000,000,000 automobiles a. The genealogy of the per $1,600,000,000 miscellaneous in ident furnished by the Republican Dpi series $2,000,000,000. A curious National committe follows is the paper and printing Abraham Harding an englishman it seems that people must go on settled in Braintree Massachusetts Sta Jung about things through the Stephen Harding his son. Was born newspapers and other printed about 1624 at Braintree. He Myrrl Niedria if Only to complain about of Bridget Esten or stance How hard the time or. The of Swanzey. Rhode Island. She paper Anil printing industries a of Welsh parentage. Abraham alone of them ally showed a slight. Harding a son died in Providence gain in 1921 Over 1919. Rhodes Island leaving a wife de the Consolation in these figures Horah and seven children on is that there had been such a Stephen born in 1681, had five tremendous gain 19 the few years sons two of whom Abraham Ann previous to the depression that the Stephen settled in Wyoming valuation could afford heavy losses or it. Abraham sorry a in the re and still fail very far Short or evolutionary War. His son. Abra bankruptcy. The 1914 census or Ham jr., born in Waterford Fyon manufactures. Taken jul t As tin next Cut in 174&Quot. Married a Uhlenh european War was breaking out Tyron. They had a son Amos. Showed an aggregate value or born in new York. 1 764. Harried american manufactured goods of Phoebe Tripp. They or i Throe Ionly about 24,000,000,000. There sons. One George Tyrone Harding fore. While the business depression morn in 179b. Married Elizabeth showed a falling off of thirty per Madison in 1816, a son hares cent in manufactured value com Alexander was born in 182&Quot, who pared with the Boom year of 1919.married Mary Ann Crawford a the latter year had showed a Gal daughter of Jonh Crow Ford son of one Hundred and fifty per Centof John Crawford v Inch Over the pre War year of 1914.descent. Their san George Tyron bunt entered As Warren g. Hard i ran aunt has kicked ing. Editor of the Marion Star and1 Catarrh shot a 98 in Niedl Competition. It might be my cousins if. How Many justices of the Are coming in dozens run Over a Chicken and punctured a tire in from 00r Jones worked hard j and did perspire a pin Feather punctured 1 a new Cord tire. I supreme court Lias president hard for a a lilt from cities afar. Ing appointed r. E. Ii. J Coolidge holds his Tongue which a a. Four. Chief Justice Taft As rut As Thyl phone continual to a Good sign of a Good president. Sedate justices Southerland. But 1 sai<1 any life "i11 answer the there Are some ministers and Ler and Sanford. q. When did Harding come into Inow or Quot 0 1 t own a prominence not politician k a a political Wise acres began to Prophesy great things for him when he campaigned for the Republican candidate for governor. Andrew b. Harries in 190s. He had served As lieutenant governor himself with Myron t. Herrick. 1904-1906. In 90s requests came from outside the state of Ohio for Campaign speeches by the eloquent sponsor of governor Harris. Since that time. Warren g. Harding has figured in All National political campaigns As Well As Many state one. Night shirt or Al Rona watch dogs who talk too much. Crept through the dark phone i fell Down the stairs and broke a few chair to fill space to the too hot to write i but. Hark my lads a it ainu to too hot to read the ads. Roger Babson a letter i 8 Banks ice Cream Plant is always Busy the Only reason you can assign must be they make Good ice Cream or so Many people would not be wanting it. Ask for a Bank so a a and you la be pleased if. Wellesley Hills mass., r aug. . Babson was inter. To yen a a import figures the Rea viewed today in the reason a Why Quot a 1or this a very eve debt certain Mills and factories in the a the imports for the first in when did president Hardin ast nerf it butt lip Down. Ile at months of 1923 were $2,095,668,049 1 a a Fin in n Bank a ice Cream co. 9 phone 157 721-2 n. Congress Athens i $ a e 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i join Church j. M. T. Once replied that our tremendous compared with Only $1,419,407,768 t he joined the rat Tinti re v i imports Are pro badly the cause. An for the first six months of 1921. The die age of fourteen examination of the situation shows first is months of 1914 before the at quis president Harding in Fay or of woman a suffrage k. J. A. We quote from one of his speeches Quot the womanhood of America always its glory its inspiration. And the potent uplifting Force in its social and spiritual development. Is about to be enfranchised. By party edict by my recorded vote by personal conviction i no committed to this Mea sure of if. What epigram has president coined h. Men. A. Tile a Best a a Aback to that these Mills which Are now great world War broke out our shutting Down for one or two Days imports were less than one billion a week or those Mills Wimch have dollars. This Means that altho our the keenest Competition from manufacturing capacity has been in creased 30% in the last ten years and consequently our imports Europe. There has been no shut Downs of Mills and factories which Are not subject to european com should normally decline yet they petition. Or. Babson a statement is Are Over double what they were Leas follows Ifor Ethear and almost treble a the other Day my wife returned i what they were at times during the from Boston where she had been to War. With the exception of Auto-1 do some shopping. So had made 1 mobiles and new building Pur three purchases two dozen Linen chases Are not any greater today the towels some individual Salt con they they have been in most Previ j tanners. And an attractive pen knife Ous years a that is people have not known ones Are Tho latter costing but 35 cents. Us increased their purchases in any Tanner. Quot Riv a an<1 non. These things at Good stores such proportion As imports have in 0 a in 1 world and without any special reference creased. This therefore Means that. Harding s to prices. That is. She purchased we Are buying today foreign made v .,0<? music d. J. C. What she wanted and did no shop goods in place of american made j. A cording. To. William. H. Ping around. To our great stir goods. San the i Man Leader a prise when opening the packages. F. Arne Rand. Both pres Jwa found that each Towel was Label ent and sirs. Harding Are great led with a paper sticker made in a overs of music. Or. Harding , that the Gucas Salt con a Imseis once a member of the tanners were labelled made in band of Marion. Ohio. Among Czecho and that the knife i favorite selections rendered by came from who a Rene band have been a thought one Quot great imports from abroad must result in Jess american made goods being purchased and consequently in the shutting Down. Part Tim at least of american Mills and 1 factories. If this continues it will England. At first ultimately result in unemployment a a would conclude that in Many lines of Industry and in1 i a oct Day la Paloma Blue a this was largely accidental but on Nany communities. Of course if a Good help a ready Fountain pen is a necessity in the present Day institutions of study and business. It helps to do better work and More of it and minimizes expense and inconvenience. If you want a Fine Fountain pen we have them Here just received from the manufacturer. $2.50 to $8.00 Athens. Ohio we Are open today

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