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title: 'The Hartford herald. (Hartford, Ky.) 1875-1926, June 21, 1922, Image 4',
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THE HARTrC30 HZRAL0
Itwned evrrt WftAneartay by
OARTPORD HERALD Fill, 00.
MDO WE'LL A. FOGLK,
rrmldrnt and Editor (
LYMAN O. BARRETT,
rW'yTrM., ami Managing Editor
q mai iv.
Entered according to In at the
Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., mall
muHxr of tha second class.
wt iw(innioN rate
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THRICK MONTHS 45
SINGLE COPY ..... .09
8u!( rlpuom requiring fapuc te
hn cont beyond the third rostal
Zono will not bi accepted for less
than One Year at $1.78. '
Iiooil Ad verllalnn, 10c per Una for
tha first lnNiirtlon and Rc pnr Una
for flucli Iniiprllon thereafter.
Riilm for Display Advertising nindo
known on. application.
All polltlcnl sdvcrtUilog, cash In ad-
Cnrils of Thnnks, Rcnolutlona of
Rnttpwf, Oliitnnrli'S and Obituary
Poetry. 1 r.nnt pnr word. Jladllncs
and KlKtinturm 6 cents eiich.
Notices of (liurrh Nervlcos Vrr
Farmers Mutuul 78
Cumberland Long Distance
WKDNKSDAY, Jl'NK 21, 1922
O C O O O ? O O ti O M O C O Q O
O MCAI, 1IAKI1KH O
Mm. 4!:imb!l W.'itttrwn, of At.h
luy, III., Ik vlKllitii; licr parents, Mr.
und Mix. K. 1'. J-'ir;iiuti, of this
ily, ami oilmr Ohio C'ouuly rcln-
Mr. and Mrx, lit net" thou Mur-I-hri'!,
ol Cwt'ii.Mboro, Jire the guettU
of Mth. Mm phne'ti parent, Mr. and
Mm. KiiWiin llollir.iok. Mr. Mur
phree bus onliriil tlie Mitomoliilo
(i'ld iin.l Ih tllt) i;alr! representative
of Hie I'.iiRc, Ji'wrtt Hiid Hurt earn.
t till ll S lY AT
cank run m k 11
On Km. tiny, June 18, 122. Cane
I! nn Sunday School coiului lud
Children liny mtrlw i. A Hplon
tlld program was rendered. The
tiiotnu.i; iter v lev wan ikvoltul to
Siimlay School n.'drcHMtg tiy our phh
tor, Itio. i:tl Oldliam and I'ros. H.
I). Iliirih, N. II. Davis, K. C. Dyers
ami Dr. 11, A. Ilyi-rs, ultr whleb
tltimur was spread on the ground.
There wu sulllclent to feed the
larne congregation and enough K-ft
to have lod that many more.
The afti'ruoon service was de
voted to the children's part of the
program, which whs highly enjoyed
by everyone present. Cane Run
Hunday School hud prepared ubout
SO rccitutioiiK and diuloguoH; Horse
Itritni-h Sunday School some 10 or
twelve and Fair View Sunday School
about 15 or 20, nil of which were
Hist class in every particular. The
crowd as estimated at between
t00 ai d 1000 and hud it not been
for tbo rain In the morning we be
lieve there would have been as
.After the addresses and the
vccllulions the congregation pro
ict.ilud to huve u fatowell hand
bake. This was the greatest gath
uilng and the mott enjoyable day
for Cane Una in many yenrs.
1 now want to thank everybody
present fur the good order and al
no to thank all who ko ably assisted
me In this days' service In any way.
Yours in Christ,
. 0. J. HOOVER, Supt.
M'K1; I.ICK MKN KILL-
11) II Y I IGHTMNG DOLT
LouUvlIle. Ky., June 17. Four
men were Vllcd and live Injured
light in lien from here today when
lightning struck a cow shed In
which they sought shelter during
u sloim. The dead are:
Hiram (iiventi, 67, uf Spring
Ve 0"ary. 25, Spring LUk.
Cllth Beavlcy, SO, Napier.
James Weeilia.in, 51, Mllwood.
John Burrs, 3Sj Bryant Mathes
17; Herschel Iteasley. 41; Dent Em
bry, !i, and Austin llarnes, 26.
All ths Injured live at Spring
Tba men wre rpJ,ri'1 t'ea
along ih li;tnols Ceatral railroad
when tha storm broke A row shed
on the farm of Herman Gold at
I'lalnylew, was tha nearest shelter
and the men ran to It. They were
thers about five tulnuies when the
structure suddenly crashed, from
Ilia bolt and burst Into names.
Thus who iie only sliahtly Injur
' vd waitHged to drag the others out
i ... r
. . .. . . ,
YouVie too much at tjtake-iii your motor equip
ment to be "spoofed" Jby mere claims about tlus
or that thing in a gasoline or motor oil.
High-sounding technical terms don't insure you all the pep,
power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to
in a motor fuel or lubricant. 1
But the word "Standard" does. And that's why it is the
buy-word and the stand-by of the biggest users of gasoline
and oils everywhere.
You can't "spoof" the big users.
They know the dependability of
the Standard Oil products and the
responsibility of the Company back
They know that if there were a bet
ter gasoline than New Crown or a
better motor oil than Polarinethe
Standard Oil Company would have
it for them.
But "there aintno sich animal," no
matter who says there is.
So good, so uniform, so dependable .
and so economical is New Crown
Gasoline that it is universally called
"The Perfect Motor Fuel." It's
even better than the requirements
specified by the U. S. Government
New Crown is made right here in
Kentucky by a Kentucky firm, the
Standard Oil Company (Kentucky)
in its own refinery at Louisville,
from which you get it fresh at all
times a firm that for 36 years has'
been a vital part of the business
activities of the state of Kentucky
and the economical life of its
Don't be " Spoof ed-Buy the "Always Reliable
Standard Oil Products New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases.
back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety ana
satisfaction. And buy them from these, your own home dealers:
I ROWX GASOLINE AND rOLAIUNE DKALEKS IN HARTFORD, BEAVER DAM, and VICINITY.
,. t h
AtTOX BROH., Hartford, Ky.
WALLACE, TAYLOR A MORRIS, Hartford, Ky.
BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McHcnry, Ky.
O. T. rilELPS, McHcnry, Ky.
RICHARD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky.
J. P. CASEBIER A SON, Bavcr Dam, Ky.
BRAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky.
CHAS. PETERS BRO Beaver Dam, Ky.
R. I. SWAIN, Rockport, Ky.
HICKS BURGHER, Echols, Ky.
HALLIE ELLIOTT, Cool Sprinfc-s, Ky. '
. C ROWN GASOLINE DEALERS '
HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, Ky. 8. T? WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky.
T. 8. OVERTON, CciiUrtown, Ky. ( JOE J. SHTLTZ, Wysox, Ky.
PRANK EVEKLY. tVnt.rlown, Ky, . t ARTHVR T. ILER, Rockport, Ky.
P. A. BWAYNE, IrentlMt, Ky. - ' " .
' POLARINE DEALERS -R.
P. DALGHERTY, RaUfltown. Kv. INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE
CKNTERTOWN LIGHT tJ., Centertovni, Ky. -
BEAVER DAM COAL CO., Taylor Mines, Ky.
icr-- i ! - isi nm':
X "The Perfect Motor Fnel" y
of the shed.
GlbboDS was holding his wtch
la bla hand when tbe bolt etruck.
Physlvtans at West Point, where the
Injured were taken, said that Bar
nee has a slight chance for recov
Tbe chain was uielted. Tbe bodies, ery. Tbe Injurlw of tbe others are
of tbe men were slightly bruised. .'not cerium.
KHEKIFK TO BRING RACst
PRISONER FROM ILLINOIS
Sberiff O. A. Ralph left bere, 8un-
! day ornlBf for Preeport, 111., rw-
ed with requisition tfront the gov
ernor of Kentucky (or Csrby Pul
ton, who is wanted on charge of
deserting bis Infant cbildreu. Mr.
Ralph will probably return today,
Rev. William Savage filled his
appointment at Union Grove Chrla
tlan Church, last Saturday night
and Sunday. Large audiences were
in attendance. "