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To Be Held at the Presbyterian Church at Garfield June 30, and July 1, Instead of July 16 and 17. Tlic County Convention of the Ilrcck enriilL-c County Sunday School Associn tion will not he held June 16 nnd 17, as has heen announced to n few congrcga tions, as it will not be convenient for Mr. Vaughn, our esteemed field worker, to he with us, and as we will not he able to hold all district conventions prior to that date. The County Convention will he held at the Presbyterian church at Garfield on the afternoon and evening of June 30 and July I, I'rida and Saturday before the first Sunday in July We urge that the Sunday Schools of the county will give us good delegations nnd contributions. We extend a special invitation to nil our ministers in the county to be with us and give us their efficient help, as we try to make the con vention inspiring anil instructive We are planning for, and trust we will have a big and good convention. W, I J. Smith, Pres. Miss Nora Driskell, Secy. Watch the Lice On chicks. These parasites sap the very life blood out of them. Dust the hen at nieht wuh B. A Thomas' Louse Killer and your troubles are endeH. It also kills bugs on cucumber, tomato, and squash vines. We sell It to you and if it does not make good, we will. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. HILL ITEMS HEALTH AFFECTS MANjiVIEWPOINT Half Sick Persons See Life From Viewpoint of Pessimist. Days You'll Never Forget The night has a thousand eyes, And the day but one; Yet the light of the whole world dies, With the dying sun. P'rancisW. Dillioun Mrs. Sidney Taul and baby left last l'riday night for Hudson, III., where her husband is engaged in farming Mrs. Curt Pate, from the country, spent last Saturday with Misses Mary and Mina Perkins. l)r Parrish wns called last week to see William, sou of Mr and Mrs Joe Allen, who has been quite sick ami not much improved at this writing. Mr and Mrs. O'Riley, from the coun try, with Miss Nellie llaffey, were the guests last week of Mrs Simon lteaviu. Mrs P. If Kramer, who has been con fined to her home with rheumatism, is improving. K. (). Perkins and son, Mussel, were 111 Ilariliushurg last week. Mrs. J. P. Isoin is in Cauiieltou where she will spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs Holder. Mrs. Vernon Melton and Miss Mable Wheatley were in Cauiieltou oil Tuesday of last week. Misses Maggie and Josie Taberlilig have gone to I.ouisville for a visit to their gr iinlparents, Mr. and .Mrs Vane Pate Mr. and Mrs George Taul were in town Friday. Mr (I Mrs Will McCoy have moved 1ut0J.uk Smiley 's property. Rev H Ueees will preach at the The condition of a man's health al ways afreets to a marked extent his mental altitude towards life In general U"his fact is so universally admitted that columns in the newspapers are devoted to "Dyspepsia Philosophy," and of all ailments It is safe to assert that stomach disease work moro havoc with human machinery tLan all other disorders combined. Of all the Ills, chronic dyspepsia is probably the most common. Its causes, characterizations and results arc many. Skilled specialists have been unable to cope with this almost universal malady. However, old Mother Nature, who after all, is the ideal physician, In combination with skill In chemistry, has compounded In her inexhaustible laboratory, a mar velous remedy for this trouble. It woald be almost impossible to de scribe the sufferings that this dread disease has brought to mankind. The mcst common symptoms are pains in the stomach, a dull, hoavy. bloated feeling, loss of appetite, headaches, nausea, dizziness, coated tongue, fitful sleep, loss of energy, nervousness and melancholia. Tanlac, the great reconstructive tonic, appetizer and builder of worn out tissues, compounded after years of study, was designed to check this (lis tressing condition. Its purposes are to restore a healthy, normal appetite, good, sound, restful sleep end nervous ness, revive lost energy in short, to restore, the stomach to the habit of doing a full day's work and doing it elllclently. This Master Medicine Is composed entirely of roots, herbs, Mowers and barks gathered from trie remote cor ners of the earth and is compounded today under the personal direction of Joseph Von Trimbach. the chemist who created the Tanlac formula. Thousands of men and women who have found relief from their suffer ings through the Tanlac treatment are dally acknowledging their gratitude for this wonderful reconstructive tonic Tanlac is now being introduced in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, and In Stephensport at Snellman's Drug Store, where its merits ate be lug explain. d daily by the Panlac Men. HeV JlrAfWTHE CIR-CUS- IS ALU nvF(7' Ua.' ha!!' Presbyterian church next Sunday. He will come on Saturday and accompany Mr. Mckinney to Tobinsport where he will be entertained until Sunday Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Or. Thomas' Electric Oil for such emergencies. Two sizes 23c and .10c at all stores. AlcDANIELS. .Miss Rhea Critcheloe was the guest of Huse Critcheloe's family last week. .Mrs. Guy Hart was the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs J. II. Glasscock, at Ilarued Tuesday. Miss Neva Milncr, of Harued, who was the guest of her sister, Mrs CM. Aldridge. went to McCoy last Sunday. She will spend several days there as the guest of her cousin, .Miss Kath'een Tucker, before returning home. -syftf THE DAY YOU CAII?ISC WATefi- POR. THe Sili Et,ePMAWT,A.IU0 6V TW67 TiME-ITS THiRsT c?oeNCHGD -roe Cificus A Postal Brings This Book It is free it tells how you can have, local and long distance telephone ser vice in your home at very small cost. Send for it today. Write nearest Bell Tele--phone Manager, or FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. rfjLfl Rev. and Mrs Allen and family, Mrs. J C Tucker, A. C Glasscock and fam ily, C. M. Aldridge, Henry and Walter N'oblitt and Ileut Dockery attended the S. S. Convention at Sand Knob last Sunday Pert Wilson was in town one day last week. Mrs. C. M Aldridge and children, Maxine and C. M , Jr., were the guests of Mrs Mary Dudgeon last Sunday. I)r J C Tucker has purchased a new Pord car Miss Neva Milncr was the guest of Miss Kva Woosley last Sunday Miss Rhea Critcheloe entertained the following last Wednesday: Mrs Nannie Cauu u and little grandson, Kli, Mrs Jesse Ga loway, .Misses Kva Woosley, Illauchc Jarboe, Pronia Jarbo-, Verda GaPoway and Neva Milncr. Mrs Ivan Allen and children were the guests of Mrs S. W. Glasscock last Monday. A few from here went on the excursion to I.ouisville last Saturday. Forethought. People are learning that a little forethought often saves them a big expense. Here is an inst-ince: W. Archer, Caldwell, Onio, writes: "f do not believe that our family has been without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ksmedy since we com menced keeping house years ago. When we go on an extended visit we take it with us." Obtainable every where. KAISER RETURNS TO BERLIN Ministerial Crisis Causes Sudden Re turn of German Emperor. Loudon, May 22. Kmperor William maidenly returned to Merlin in order to settle the ministerial crisis, ac cording to telegram received from Merlin in Amsterdam, says a Iteuter's dispatch from that city. Ills arrival was kept quiet as tho emperor wished to avoid the possibil ity of demonstration. The emperor Is not staying at tho Iloyal Castle, hut at T'olsdam. He received Imperial Chancellor von llethmauu-llolhveg and Dr. Karl Helfferlch. secretary of the Imperial treasury, on his arrival. It Is not ex pected that the emperor will romaln long In Berlin, nnd will leave for tho Russian front after tho crisis Is over. Many Cloverport Citizens Have Profited by it. Growing Hogs. For a hog to be profitable he must be kept growing from birth to marketing age. He cannot be profitable unless he Is healthy. He can always be In a profit producing condition if he is fed B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. We positively tell that this remedy prevents cholera, removes worms and cures thumps. If the powder does not make good, we will. For sale at Weddlna's Drug Store. If you have backacne, urinary trou ble?, days of dizziness, headaches or nervousness, strike at the seats of the trouble. These are often the symp toms of weak kidneys and there Is gravH dar.ger in delay. Doan's Kid ney Pills are especially prepared for kidney ailments are endorsed by over 40,000 people. Your neighbors recom mend this remedy have proved its merits in many tests. Cloverport read ers should take fresh courage In the straightforward testimony of a Clover port citizen. L. V. Chapin. Cloverport, sajs: "I was in bad shape with kidney tiouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills rtcom mended, I went to Fisher's Drug Store and got some. One bcx cured me and I have had no need of a kidney medi cine since." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same trial cured Mr Chapin Foster Milburn Co , Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Had temper is sometimes meiely a symptom of bap he ilth? Insanity costs every inhabitant in the United States $1 per year? The U S Public Health Service has proven that typhus is spread by lice? Untreated pellagra ends in insanity? In the lexicon of health there is no such word as "neutrality" against dis-' ease? The death rate of persons under 45 is decreasing; of those over 45 it is increas ing? PLUNKETT WAS MARRIED &fj EVE OF HIS EXECUTION Something Every Boy Will Need Do you know that a trront deal of tho business of tho world is dono on credit? Of courso you know that your father has credit at tho grocery, hut do you know that tho grocery must have credit with tho wholesaler, and tho wholesaler with tho manufacturer, and tho manufacturer with tho producer of tho raw product, and so on in endless lino? What does credit mean? It, means that 0110 man or firm behoves another man or firm is so honest ho can jrivo him money or goods and trust him to pay at some futuiu time. Credit is tho most valuable tiling a business man can have. With it ho can set himself up in business": with it ho can borrow money at tho bank. It in easy to get and easy to loe. Hut once lost, it is hard to regain. It is something every boy of you will needand that is why wo ato writing this advertisement today. Wo want you to start NOW to es tablish your credit, m that when you want to go into business you will have it till ready. The su 1 est. way to do this is to open anaccount with us WE HEM YOU TO HELP YOUltSELF Farmers Bank Hardinsburg, Ky. .J IFOR SALE -DUROCS! -r I I 1 I 1 1 Ten yearling Gilts, bred for Au gust and September farrow, 25 fall open (iilts, 3 yearl.ng Boars, Spring Pigs, either sex, pairs or trios mated up; no akin. If you want the big easy feeding kind these will suit you. G. F MAYSEY HARDINSBURG, KY., Route No. 2. OFFICIAL TRAIN Democratic National Convention ST. LOUIS, MO. L. H. & St. L. L. & N. R. R. The KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL, contUting of all steel, electric lighted, coachea, reclining chair can and Pullman deepen, will leave LouitTille Union Station Monday. June 12th, at 10:00 p. m.. and arms at St. Louu Tuesday, June 13th at 7:40 a. m. day before the Convention. SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES IN EFFECT For deeper reservation or further information call, write or phone R. F. PENN, T.P.A. H. L. SWEENEY. C.P.A. Louiirille, Ky. Both Phones 1134 Louisville, Ky. Do You Know That Kfficient muzzling of dogs will eradi cate rabies? The protection of the health of chil dren is the first duty of the Nation? Ceremony Performed at Midnight, and Hi Faced Firing Squad at Dawn. Ono of tho most poignant of the many tragedies in tho grim, sordid drama which wns enacted In Ireland wus revealed by tho announcement In tho births, marriages nnd deaths col umn of the Irish Times of tho mar rlago of Joseph riunkett and Gruco Gilford. Behind the announcement lies tho story of a well known nnd honored Dublin family brought to sorrow nnd tribulation by tho great revolt and of two refined, artistic girls, well known In Dublin society, whoso lives havo been wrecked. Ilclilnd looms tho strange, mysteri ous ilguro of Countess Marklcvlcz, who played so prominent a part In tho la to tragic events and who has flitted through all tho pages of Irish discon tent of recent years. Joseph riunkett was a rebel leader, ono of tho seven .signatories to tho proclamation y thorcpubUcwho was shot. Ills bride. Grace GlfTord. Is a daughter of Frederick Gilford, a prom inent Dublin solicitor, in tho gloomy precincts of Bichmoml barracks, wbero tho rebel leaders were imprisoned, the marriage ceremony wns performed nt midnight. Few scenes In this great futllo trug. edy can have so wrung the hearts of those who witnessed It as did this hur. ried Joining together In tho silent watches of the night of two young lives so soon to bo severed by tho in exorable decree of human justice. For n few brief hours husband and wife wero left together before tho last fare well. An hour later, with the dawn of a perfect spring morning breaking in a cloudless sky, the bridegroom stood facing n firing party in tho barracks courtyard. A curt order, tho crash of a volley nnd tho curtain was rung down on tho tragedy of two lives. The horror of the tragedy was en hanced by tho fact that Thomas Mae Donagh, another of the rebel leaders who was shot, was the husband of Grace Glfford's sister Muriel. Thus within twenty-four hours both sisters wero widowed. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to c.ironic constipa tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily 25c a box at all stores REGRETS REPORTS OF FIGHT Laurel, Ind., Business Men Issue Statement Regarding Trouble. Laurel, Ind., May 22. A lotter pro testing against published reports of fighting at Laurel, Franklin county, when tho Itov. 0. A. Whitsltt. pastor of the Methodist Kplscopal church; Mrs. Whltsltt and Bay Goudlo, man ager of the Laurel Telophono com pany, were victims of assaults be cause It is alleged, of their activities against "blind tigers," has been sent out from hero. Tho statement Is .signed by W. E. Ensminger & Co.. G. II. FoHtnr. An! drew Fey. J. J. Itelboldt nnd it a Jones, all Laurel business men. The signors regret the publicity given the affair and fear the notorletv win i. jure the town's reputation. Home. To a mother's love, deepest of all, Bleak are the days, when duties call; Hasting the day, when Jim or Jane Must leave their home with hope aflame. "My child, my own! Must thou leave homt?" "Yes, mother dear, but keep good cheer J Though life means strife from crib to grave, My love for home is always safe. " Home, sweet hoaie! Thou song sublime, Ho I do love thy thought divine! Though I may roam through far and near, My home, sweet home, is just right here. j, o. Axtel, Ky. A healthy man is a klnc in Ms nwn right; an unhealthy man an unhappy slave. For Impure blood and sluuolsh liver, use Burdock Dlood Bitters. On . the market js years. $1.00 a bottle. Main Street Oiled. Many gallons of oil were auDlied tc Main street in this cltv Thursday . . - 1 tne business men of the. cltv bouaht the oil and Mayor Hamman had it spread on the street. Not only Main street, but the resi dence streets of this town need oillnf, and if all the citizens could aaree on this plan, much dust durlhf the dry, not months would be greatly reduced as a consequence. Rain Did Much Damage Near Hudsonville. William T. Heard, of HudsonviUe. . went to Owensboro Saturday and on xRa return stated that there was a terrible) rain in Duncpu's Valley l'riday night. Considerable damage was done to corn and outs, and that the land was badly wasljeu. Mr. Beard says that 75 per cent of the tobacco crop has already been set.