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J3HN 8. LEWIS ON : . '
Governor Names Louisville Man
To Succeed Scott, Whose
'. Terra Expires.
. Frankfort, Ky., July 5. John B.
Lewis,. 48, of Louisville, today was
appointed a member of the State (at
tomniinHlon by Governor Morrow.
Ho succeeds James A, Scott, of
rikeiriile, whose' term expired ou
July J. '
Mr. Lewis moved . to Jefferson
' county about five years ago. He
was for fifteen years president of the
First National bank of Harlan, re
tiring atthe .time he moved to Jef
ferson county. He was county Jndge
of Harlan county for a time., He Js
Republican. 11 , .
.' Mr. Lewis is a prominent member
of the Jefferson County ,. Farm bu
reau. He lived on the old Douglas
pteee. . " ' - ,
James A. Scott, whom Mr. Lewis
' succeeds, has returned to bis home
in Pikevllle, where he will engage In
business. Mr. Scott has been a mem
bel of the commission since its form
ation in 1917. He was appointed to
the post by Governor A. O. Stanley,
' and was reappointed by Governor
Morrow, In 1920. .
The commission Is now composed
of Ralney T. Wells, chairman, Demo
crat: Lem R. Davis, and Mr. Lewis J
Republicans. The commission elects
its own chairman.
INTERFERENCE WITH MAILS
BY STRIKING RAILWAY MEN
REPORTED TO WASHINGTON
Washington, July 5. Interfer
ence with the United States mails by
the striking railway 'workers in dif
ferent parts of the country were re
ported today to the office of the su
jitUntendent of railway mail service.
The reports came from Marshall,
Texas; St. Louis, Missouri; Chaffee,
Missouri; Kansas City, Missouri,
fAd DeQulncy, Louisiana.
Officials or the Texas and Pacific
lines at Marshall reported that their
' trains and trains oh other roads in
the same territory- were being ma
terially delayed as a result of inter
ference by strikers and their friends,
who, it was alleged, were tampering
with the air appliances and other
wise preventing proper movement of
trains. .' .
Officials of the St. Louis, San
. Francisco Railway company, at St.
Louis, Mo., notified Washington that
protection was needed for the preser
vation and operation of trains used
In handling mall matter. They re
quested that some action be taken
by the government at once.
"Serious trouble" was reported from
v The Kansas City Southern Rail
wfV company reported from Kansas
City, Mo., that the strike situation
was growing more serious and that
at DeQuincy, La., strikers had warn
f officials In charge of mail trains,
not to attempt to transfer mall mat
ter during the night.
The postofflce department, It was
said, would dispatch inspectors to
all points where trouble might arise
In the transmission of the malls.
There is a disposition on the part
of the administration, it was under
stood, to deal with strikers or any
others who may Interfere with the
'proper dispatch of the mail In the
most ' vigorous manner. Under no
circumstances, will the government
tolerate any hindrance to the move
ment ofhe mails. '
PASSENGER TRAIN ."
IN BAD SMASH
Chicago, July 6. Seventy-five
''persons were injured, only one serl
vously, when a Chicago bound Pere
Marquette passenger train crashed
into a New York Central engine on
siding near Porter, lud.. last night.
The train proceeded to Chicago
this morning after the injured re
ceived first aid. ' , ,
Officials of both railroads began
an . Investigation Immediately.
The negro cbet on the dining car
was badly scalded and was taken to
hospital at Michigan City. Ind, He
was the only person reported, to have
been seriously Injured. : j
The collision occurred - only a
short distance from the scene or the
collision between Nejr York Central
and Michigan 1 Centrul trains' last
year when ST oersons wer killed.
. The train was made up of three
Pullmans, a diner and several coach
es. According to reports the New
York Central engine was standing
on a siding when the Pere Marquette
plunged Into It through a presum-,
lie m& Motor Is
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ment to be "spoofed" by mere claims about this
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
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 Polarine, the
Standard Oil Company would have
it for them.
But "there aint no sich aiiimal," 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 "SpoofedBuy 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:
vMljmi CROWN GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS IN HARTFORD, BEAVER DAM,
"J V .
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ACTON BROS Hartford, Ky. . J. F,
WALLACE, TAYLOR MORRIS,
HEAVER DAM COAL CO., MiHonry, Ky,
O. I. PHKLP8, MrHenry, Ky.
RICHARD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky.'
CASEBIEK A RON, Bt'avcr Dam, Ky.
EAVElt DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky
CHAS. PETERS A BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky.
II. I. SWAIN, Km k port, Ky.
HICKS & BURGHER, Echols, Ky.
H1LLIE ELLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky.
' CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS
HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, Ky.. . T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky.
C. T. S. OVERTON, Centertown, Ky. JOE J. SHULTZ, Wysox, Ky.
FRANK EVERLY, Centertown, Ky, ARTHUR T. ILER, Rocfcport, Ky.
P. A. SWAYNE, Prentiss, Ky.
R. P. DAUGHERTV. Balzetown. Ky. INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE ASSN.,
CEXTtRTOWN LIGHT CO., CenU'rtowu, Ky. McHenry, K.
BEAVER DAM COAL CO., Taylor Mines, Ky.
ably open 1 or detective switch, ac
cording to railroad officials, 'v .
HlUslioro, Ala., July I. East
bound Memphis special fast Passen
ger train on the Southern Railway,
was derailed this morning, two
miles east of this place. No one
was injured. It is reported that
four coaches left the rails and .that
the track was torn up for ZOO yards.
Encouraging reports on the Hes
sian By situation are reoelved by the
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The Perfect Motor Fuel"
United States Department of Agri
culture from Indiana, Illinois, Mls
ourl,. aas .California. Central Ten
nessee alone f the States reporting
seems to be seriously Infested.
Cure Malaria, CliilfeH Fer
r Bilious Fever, CuIdW and) '
Vhe HarUord HnraJd, IJH the yeajj