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THE HARTFORD HERALD
WEDNESDAY, JUNK IS. 1917
HIL OF 24 LIVES
TAKEH BY STORM
M Injured and Properly is Dam
aged in. Kansasand
Stirincficld, Mo. Seven
acre killed and much damage done,
in the rich Wright county apple belt
-f.-kcu a tornado swooped down be-,
tvrccn Mountain Grove and Norwood.
All wiics aic down and only meager,
.reports have come from the stricken
lOinsas City. Tomadoe3 spread
tieath and destruction through rural
iliitricts'of Missouri and Kansas.
Xeparts showed fifteen were killed in
AUmouri and nine in Kansas. The
lumber of injured has reached ap-
nrnrlmntplv ir0 and estimates of the
yrcnerty damage place it anywhere i
Imui Sl.000.000 to S2.000.000. The
.greatest los3 of life apparently was
fe. Koono county, Mo., wheie the toi
oji flipping heie and there as it
retftsl from the southwestern to the
.mithcastcm coiner, claimed eleven
.persons. In Carroll. Chariton and
iHxy counties, farther west four arc
tirid three at Richmond and one at
.fir Kansas the deaths totalled eight
"jul ibe country southeast and west of
Topeka, one other was killed at Sa
Ttm&urg, near Iola, where the torna
fooppaered early today.
The course of the tornado was
saau-ted by odd jumps. Fiist it ap
yurcd near Topeka early in the day
(bbS. then came to earth again in Ray
carroty, Mo., shortly before midnight.
Then it tore through a wide section
f Chat county, wiped out half the
Jor.-n of Dean Lake, in Carroll county
:sztd then swooped down again, prac-
tiirally demolishing the little town of
Toe tornado descended again at i
-Pjuvirfonco in the hills of Southwest-
em Boone county and twisted its
Tray through Midway, Prathersville,
TCillsvillo and through Centralia af
titr which it disappeared and was
Jieanl of no more until it struck Sa
vroojjurg, Kas. x
'MIFE KILLS HER TWO chicken hen for Mrs. James H. Thom
IiABIES ENDS LIFE as' aD0Ut two miles below Hartford.
If people driving automobiles do not
7nsfllv!11p. Kv. Mrs. Hnnrv
Tfcrtchinson. 22 -ears old, cut "the
tftnrats of her two "oung daughters,
aeyd 4 years and 10 month, and
ltrn committed suicide at tlv; HuL-h-
jnsin home, ten miles north of nere
TFWnesday late. Hutchinson, who is
.a farmer, found tho bodies of his
T.ffc and children on his return, from
ihf tinlils. A hlondv razor was
.found on tho floor near the wife's Th.' woul(l appreciate .very mucl
Uojr. I being invited to our country homes
Sheriff James S. Taylor and Coro-' to a turko' linner on Thanksgiving
,n-J. I. Rice announced that a thov-' or at Christmas time. They really
MDtfi investigation would be made of,fcel ,the-v (leson'e !t an1 should be
rrrery circumstance connected with our honored guests. Yet they don't
fefe tragedy. Hutchinson said he respect us enough to check the speed
Xncv of no roason why his wife of thoir car an1 savc tho lives of our
JSuald wish to end her life or ill i fowls' The' nce"1 not sa' thoy c,Wn,t
ithdr childicn unless it was through
vke fear that he would be drafted for
uenrce in France.
FIGHT OVER THE WAR
! Follows Argument Between Two Ow
Owensboio, Kv. Albeit B. Obcrst
:mi L. P. Tanner, two prominent at
torneys of the Owensboro bar, en
;ca;yl in a fistic encounter on the
jrcu'n square Wednesday as the re
siufi of an aigument over tho war.
Obeist is the son of one of the
most prominent citizens of this, coun
ity, and when Tanner and he engag
d in an argument tho lie passed.
ZEatch of tho men struck the other
and tiicy clinched before bystanders
(ziulti separate them.
NEGRO TRAITOR CAUGHT
jie Tried to Keep Colored Men From
Bowling Green. Ky. Eugene Hnr
iHJn, colored, aged twenty years, was
Modgcd in the Warren county jail fol
Jswfng an examining trial at Rus
udlville on a charge of committing
tareasonablc utterances and acts
IsgaJust tho United states Govern
ment. His bond was placed at $2,
KOO. Hardin, it is alleged, attempt
x& to dissuadn negroes from regis
crfng, and is said to havo stated that
iTlio was of ago he would fight for
IHKLD FOR LARCENY OF $65,000.
New York. Robert Moore, sales
manager for William II. Craig C Co.,
nation and grain brokors, was ar
pveUnl here charged with the larceny
r $G5.000 of tho firm's money. Tho
Upficc said Mooro confessed that his
speculations may amount to $150,000.
jfle admitted speculating in cotton
Mad wheat and tho use of tho firm's
jwmaey after bis own savings vvcro
IgfBC. He had been with tho firm
for thirteen rears and had a salary
of 5100 a week.
GIVE UP MYSTERY N
OF ''IRON COFFIN"
Morris, 111. '-The Man in the Iron
Coffin" mystery has been given up
here after five months' effort at solu
tion. The coffin accidentally disin
terred in the city cemetery, hns heen
rcintorrcd in a remote section of the
graveyard with a marker above with-
out a nane.
When the body was dug out of the
earth no record 'could bo found to
identify it.'rone could remember the
Even the fact that the cofTin wai
made of hon failed to stir up identi
fication. Not Wen the- oldest resi
dpnts could remember such a case.
BURNED TO DEATIf
Deseronto, Ont. While flying with
Vernon Castle at Camn Mohawk. Ca-
'let W. E. Fraser, of Winnipeg, Man.,
was burned to death. Castle escaped
with slight injuries. The two were
ascending for instructional purposc3
when Fraser was seized with ner
vousness and lost control. The ma
chine swept backward into the han
gar and the gasoline tank exploded,
setting fire to the hangar. Castle
was thrown out when the aeroplane
hit the shell.
TWO TAKE HIRDES JUNE 5,
REGISTER AS MARRIED MEN
Sebree, Ky. Two young men of
the country near here registered, late
Tuesday afternoon as married men
that could not have done so in the
Imorning of the same day. Melton
Wilson was married to Miss Caila
Legatt in Bridgeport, 111., Tuesday
morning and registered hero in the
, afternoon. John K. Crow and Miss
Loella Garrard were married in Ev-
ansville Tuesday afternoon return-
fag here on the afternoon train in
-time for the bridegroom to register
fas a married man
AUTO KILLS TURKEY.
Someone driving an automobile
Sunday, June 3d, on the Hartford
and Centertown pike, ran over and
killed a valuable turkey hen and
own poultry and have not the expe-
ncnce ot arrt worK ll takcs t0 raise
thcm' as wcI1 as the moncv invested
ln thcm- aml rcalizc thev arc beinS
laisC(1 for tho mone' thcv will bring
that the money may be used for the
necessities of life, they should, at
least, respect their fcllowbeings who
do own these fowls, and are trying
in an honest way, to earn a livin"
see tnem, if it Had been a rock or
stump as largo as the turkey or
chicken hen thov would have seen it.
If the poison driving this car is a
gentleman or lady they will come
and pay me the price of these fowls.
(Mrs.) J. H. THOMAS,
Hartfoid, R. F. D.' 4.
Never Neglect a Cold.
A chill after bathing, cooling otf
suddenly after exercise 'and drafts,
give the cold germs a foothold that
may lead to something worse. Safe
ty requires early treatment. Keep
Dr. King's New Discovery on hand.
This pleasant balsam remedy allays
inflammation, soothes the cobgh
and repairs the tissues. Better be
safe thon sorry. Break up the cold
with Dr. King's New Discovery be
fore It Is too late. At your drug
Elst. 30c and $1.00.
Also, doubtless tho cost Of living
was Ijower Jin the good old tjmes
when calico was considered a dress
GO HQjTAT IT.
Friends and Nelklibors In Hartford
Will Show You u Wuy.
Get at the root of tho trouble.
Rubbing an-achlng back may re
lieve It, ,
But won't euro It If tho kidneys
You must reach tho root of It
Doan's Kidney Pills go right at It:
Reach tho cause; attack tho pain.
Aro recommended by many Hart
Mrs. W. T. Woodward, Clay St.,
Hartford, says: "I havo a good
opinlot) of Doan's Kidney Pills for
they helped mo when I was troubled
with' my kidneys and back."
I'd co 50c at all dealers. Don't
Imply ask for a kidney romedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Woodward had. Fostor-
Mllburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. v
HUKB IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOK LITTLE MONEY
Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th
Tlio Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the
American and European Plans. '
AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals)
Rooms without Bath but with Hot and Cold
75 Rooms single, .$2.00 per day; 2 people, ?2.00 each
SO Rooms." single, 2.50 per day; 2 people,, 2.25 each
50 Kront Rooms. . .single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each
Rooms with Privato Bath:
50 Rooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each
50 Rooms.., single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3,00 each
EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals)
Rooms without Bath but with Hot and Cold
75 Rooms single, $1.00 per day; 2 people,, $ .75 each
50 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each
CO Front Rooms. ..single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, .25 each
Rooms with Privato Bath:
50 Rooms single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each
50 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each
THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts.
European Plan Only.
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Bath,
S1.50 and up Best EatliiK Place In Town.
The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in tho wholesale
district aud only a 3-block's walk to the retail district and theaters.
LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COSIPANY, Props.
Account of tho Enquirer's advancovIuvprice,
that there you can obtain tire
that merely selling you a tire is
not the end,
tire service which will give you
one hundred and one courtesies, lit
tle and big, which will keep down
your tire costs.
Dealers displaying this sign are
the best dealers;
they carry a complete line of
United States Tires, ' M
the 'Nobby', the 'Chain', the
'Royal Cord', the 'Usco'; the 'Plain',
a tire for every need of price
Deal with these Sales and Service Depots
depend on their judgment and you will
have supreme tire service.
United States Tires
Are Good Tires
A Tire for Every Need of Price and Use
'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Royal Cord' 'Vsco' 'Plain'
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The Sign of
Look at it remem
ber it for wherever
you see it displayed by
a tire dealer, you will
United Slates TUBES and TIRE ACCESSORIES Uave
All the Sterling Worth and Wear tliat Make
United States Tires Supreme
O COURT DIRECTORY. O
Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro.
Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford.
Cloik A. C. Porter, Hartford.
Muster Commissioner-Otto C. Mar
tin, HarWord. -
Trustee Jury Fund CaJ P. Keown,
1st Monday In March 12 days
Com'th. and Civil.
1st Monday In May 12 days Civil
1st Monday In July 12 days
Com'th. and Civil.
3d Monday ln September-r-12 days
tth Monday ln November 12 days
Com'th. and Civil. '
Meets first Monday in each month.
Judge John B. Wilson
Attorney A. D. Kirk
Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp'
Sheriff S. O. Keown
Superintendent Ozna Shults
v Jailer W. P. MldklfT
AMfcessor C. C. Hlnes
Surveyor C. S. Moxley
Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley
FISCAL COURT. s.
Meets Tuesday after first Monday
In'January, April a.nd October.
1st Mutfbtcrlui, District Ed Shown,
Hartford. Route 7
lid Magisterial District 'Wlnson
3d Magisterial District W. S. Dean,
1th Magisterial District S. W.
Leach, Beavor Dam, Route 3
nth Muglsteiinl District S. L. Ful-
ttth Magisterial District R. C. TIch-
7th Magisterial Dlhtrlct B. F, Rice,
8th Mnulttrlnl District Ben W.
, Taylor. Hartford. Route, 7
Atoilrt MMUea of aurtl
Tlp tomdUftU ttmttL
I 108 W. Third st., Owensboro, Ky.
Men's $1.00 to 81.25
Ladies 90c to $1.20
Boys' and Girls' 75c to 81
When sent by parcel post add
McBeory Mfg, and Machine E
, , Incorporated
pounders and Machinists,
Automobile Repairing a Specialty
" EDWARD NELSON. Mjtr.
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