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"THE TRAfL OP THE LONESOME PIXE'
The millions who have read Mr. Fox fascinating novel "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," will be
even more delighted with this charging play which tomes to the Ideal Theatre Beaver Dam, on Saturday
January 29. It exhales all the fragrance and romance of the Virginia Hills. The play Is not only the
light of an inspiration but it is one of the most realistic and picturesque products of stagecraft ever seen,
for the beauty of nature and breadth of romance are found in the story; and you must know the "June"
that so many people have read about all over the world. Her story, her life, has irresistible appeal to
young and old throughout Occident and Orient. It has enthralled people in half a dozen languages. It
is hard to estimate how many men, women and children have followed the little barefoot girl from her
cabin in the hills through all the vicissitudes of her fight for love over feudalism, and not one can afford to
actually miss seeing what their imagination pictured. For June there were Fairies and to her the trees
and floweis and rocks and waterfall spoke in a certain language. Her abundant hair is of lustrous gold,
and the wind and sun have given incomparable color and complexion to the features which were more
-.han beautiful because they form the mirror in which her heart is shown. And in this mirror by turns
there appears sweetness, courage, pride, love, hate, music, poetry, calm, passion peace and desire. You
will see "June" as she sits at the foot of the pine and draws her knees up with her arms clasped around
them and you will listen to the simple story of her simple life as she tells it to Jack Hale. You will see
the lights and shadows come and go on her face. Light of Joy, shadow of sadness, play in her eyes and
on her lips as she tells him of how her sister, speaking through the pine, counsels her to seek learning.
Moreover when the name Falln passes her lips, you will see that the spirit of the Feudist is strong within
her for "June" loves her father and hates the Falins. A magnificent production and a splendid cast headed
by Louise Price as June. ' '
This is Not
Beaver Dam, Ky.
One Night Only,
Saturday, January . . .
Eugene Walter's Dramatization of the Novel
THE TRAIL of the
By JOHN FOX, Jr.
A cast of New York Artists with
Louis Price as "JUNE"
Magnificent Scenic Production
Prices 50, 75 and $1, plus war tax
Reserved Seat Sale
John Valentine Eritton, native
of Ohiji. pussed away at his home in
Salinas, Cul., at 6:20 p. m. Jan. 8,
1921. After two weeks of illness,
he was on the road to recovery,
when suddenly stricken with pneu
monia and In u few hours the spirit
left the body to be with Him who
His fcaily boyhood, days felt the
hardship of the civil war Inasmuch
as be was the eldest or tbe family
of six children when bis father was
called to fight for his country, tak
ing upon himself tbe responsibility
of the home, thus fighting for bis
taking a bath in the Atlantic Ocean,
wblcb Is a great pleasure to those
wbo bave never experienced any
thing like that.
Wishing you all a bappy and
prosperous New Year. With love
and best wishes to all.
P. O. Box 743, Statesboro, Ga
CHAS. R. BELL. WRITES
1 Hnid By Wife of V. M. C
Worker in Suit For Pivorce
Khippcy Affair Revival
Kansas City. Mo., Jan. 24. Mrs
438 1-2 Tenth Street.
Bowling Green, Ky..
Jan. IT. 1921
Dear Editor: As I am now located!
I am yours where I intend to stay a while, I
am enclosing my check, as I promts-1
ed to do, for a year's subscription'
to tbe Herald. I bave gone with-'
out it for some three months re
cently, and I find it a pretty bard
proposition to keep up with what
happens in Ohio County without tbe
weekly issues of your valuable
1 have an office with tbe law firm
of Wright and McElroy; and, it tbe
of the home, thus fighting lor nisi - w. - oi vvriguiBnu intuitu,, ouu, .i .
country and supporting bis mother 'Mary Blake Shippey. wife of Lee oil buBineB8 continues and there is
and younger children Shippey. writer and former Y. MJnotnlng t0 indicate that it will not
In early manhood he began bis . A. worker, has filed suit for di- , ee no reagon why i gnould not
.. c. d vorce in Circuit Cout. The name of j nr.tv won hor from th begin-
work in me sprecnie sugur ncu- . -
ery In Philadelphia and continued Madeleine Babin. Paris, the girl nlng.
in their employ until death, spend- wlth whom SnlPPe'r now u ,lvln ,n I People who bave not Tisited this
In five years for tbem in the Sand- Monterey. Mexico, is mentioned in Mction ot tne 8tate recently have
...... .,. vor the complaint against shippey. Mrs. no ,dea of tne extent of this oil
.. . .. m'shinnev asks for the custody of her v.,.0i
BJ The petition charge that Shippey body except the occasional farmer,
Jiving with Miss Babin, "the pa-iwno trifled away hie royalty and!
Salinas, covering a period of 60
Tin took unto himself a bride
Miss Birdie Nalle, of Hartford. Ky
Clean Out Fence-Rowe
Clean fence-rows make a farm
look prosperous Just as a fresh col
lar and a new tie give a man a wen
groomed appearance. If your fence
rows are not clean, it will pay to
read the following editorial from
the Southern Agriculturist:
About tbe best wages a man can
make are earned by cleaning out
eld fence-rows, especially along tbe
public road. This can be done at
oud times wber other work is not
rressing; but even if something e.sc
must be left undone it pays to do it.
Aside from the money value it adds
to the farm is the satisfaction that
comes from the trimness of the
place you live in. It adds as much
to a man's respect for his farm as a
clean shirt and Sunday clothes add
to his respect for himself. It is
catching, too; if you clean up your
fences probably your neighbor will
do tbe same with his.
All those having claims against
tbe estate of N. D. Fulkerson, de
ceased, should present same on or
before April 1. 1921 or be forever
RAY FULKERSON, Administrator,
Judge "And for the levity yon
have shown during your trail I
shall give you an additional fine of
$10. How does that suit you,"
Prisoner "That's what I would
call extra fine." Boston Transcript.
WANTED Men or Women to take
orders among friends and neighbors
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line for men women and children.
Eliminates darning. We pay 75c an
hour spare time, or $36.00 a week for
full time. Experience unnecessary.
Write International Stocking Mills,
Norristown, Pa. 2-10t
they made their home Id Salinas ov-
be boastfully , hnid. nothing but his live stock I
twenty years. Unto Ibem was acknowledges." j 8nd tarro products. Maybe the men;
born a daughter. Marian Arline " , " .i00 cr' ' ""
Britton She and ber mother are!11 wa " ,4 can help mm. iney baiu we,
......... .. . 'pey in Kansas City, August 19, 18- ,ld. and 1 hoDe so. at least.
..... . ..! lfiaa it B
leil to mourn -,. .,. ,i
faithful father and husband. Five ""- ....-- ---,
iaiiniui luiuer .rvlve!1920. through no fault of ber own,
brothers and one sister alao survive . Mllllnn
mmirn the loss of a faithful i "v r
brother, whose council and wisdom
was always sought. Mother, father
and sister hud gone on before to
wlnme him into the mansion God
hud nrepared for those who love.
The spirit of Christ wus ever
inunifest with thut divine love that
never fuileth, never too weary to
lend a helping band to the least of
bis fellow men wbo were in need.
HAROLD COLKMAN WRITES
Jan. 1. 1921.
Dear Siri: Enclosed you will
one Jollar and fifty cents to
niv lubac.-lPtion io ion nun-
could, and I hope so, at least.
CHAS. R. BELL.
The Strength of the Irish
A young lady was crossing the
ocean once and having been ill her
self started to sympathize with an
Irishman in the second cabin, who
fully passed two annual tests and apparelltlv wag navln, , ,ery activt
are free from tuberculosis, accord- .
Ing to Dr. W. H. Simmons, now ( Lay,ng nef hand gently on tne
state veterinarian but formerly coa- lrlshma., inou,der. she gently
aid: "I am very sorry you are so
ill. my good man. Your stomach Is
Ktut Now Has 85 Accredited Herds
Lexington, Ky., Jan. Kentucky
now has 85 accredited herds, of cat
tle which means they have success
fully passed two annual tests and
cecetd with the State Experiment
... " . . 'only weak, that's all
Be inaumui you ar iinym u -
. it i- o ,i . I "Wake stummtck nawthln ,
Income tax to Uncle Sam and not
an Indemnity to William Hohenzel-' "
We offer On Hundred Pollara TUwtM
or a:iy ca of Catarrh thut cannot be
cured by Hall's Culurrh Medicine.
- I Hall Catarrh nuan in nu oa xm
1 nnA vaur If t H I 1... .nff.... .. tnm Ih. r. u fhlrtv.
. . ' Hu. wnrm mmi ha Iwnmi knnwn aa t ha
to not co-rect pleuso let me anow ot moj r),lHbto rmedy for catarrh. Hall's
-m ftnil I Will send you the re- Catarrh Midic-ln arta thru lh Blood on
Once unu w: V ' , th- MucoIm ,urfac.i. ipllln the Pol-
jnalndtr. I am a l.entucay , from uluC1 (jnd balin the dl-
and enioy roadlnr 'ruIU bonie. eMi poniona.
.. '.u n,..,.h trmla "r you hava tka Hall't Catarrh
1 am full'jwing tbe Butinor traue. . Medlt.ln- for a ,horl tlrn you wm aea a
Am employed with tbe II. J. Simp- riW improwmwt in your neral
ADJ cniiJioytJu w .n.,,1.1 health. Blurt taklns Hnirs Catarrh Mrdl-
son Co. Huve ben in tne soum cln t onlM alMl tmi ti4 et MV.rrh, snd
... the ijt two years and I am Uk- fr tMrtimnnWie. ra.
for ine ion iwu y j t HENET ro., Tcld, Ohio.
Ing One. Jluve bad tbe Pleuaure of guw U aii iTuggiats. Jte.
tbrowln' as fur as anny man on this
side ot tbe ship, mum."
Bt He Could Say
What about tbe bride's culinary
Well, she can make ice cream that
melts in your mouth.
'Nl Monar hea without queelloa
it HUNT. Ratv (.! in the
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