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All Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed, YEAE, SIXTY-- T HARTEORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. MEXICO CITY NOW OK VEHOE OF STARVATION CENTRAL CITY BANK stand. NO. 10 POST IS scores of general- - legislative bills covering a wide range of subjects, died with tho end of the Congress; among them measures for Federal road Improvement, general waterSESSION ENDED way development, reorganization of the civil service, to prohibit Imporgoods and tation of convict-mad- e measures for reorganisation Some Things several army. of tho Accomplished. The last session of the Congress was notable, too, for tho failure of two great Issues national prohibiSOME OTHERS WHICH FAILED tion and woman suffrage. Propospreed constitutional amendments cipitated two of the most exciting Had Been la Almost Con- legislative battles in the history of the House of Representatives, both tinuous Session Near- measures falling to receive a necessary vote. Iy Two Years. IHE ID Important It two-thir- SCORES OF BILLS NOT PASSED Sixty-t- POSTOFKICE SURPLUS TURNED INTO TREASURY Washlngton.March G. The Treasury Department has received a check from Postmaster General Burleson for $3,500,000, .representing the surplus In the revenues of his department for the fiscal year which ended June 30, 1914. For the fiscal year of 1913 the postal revenue surplus was $3,800,000, which also was turned over to the treasury. In acknowledging the receipt ot 's McAdoo check, Secretary said those payments were the first representing actual surpluses made by the post-offisince 183G. to-da- f' Washington, March 4. The Congress, first under complete domination of the Democratic party since 1895, ended today at noon. It had been in almost continuous session since President Wilson's inauguration two years ago Beginning with an extra session called by the President April 7, 1913, the Congress has worked actually ,037 days. Much legislation was accomplished, but much contemplated, some of it hard pressed by the President and party leaders, was left undone. It is die present Intention of the President and his advisers to give Congress a rest. Rather than force an extra session they would leave the remainder of the Administration's constructive aspirations to a new Congress next winter, which, although under Democratic control, will have a greatly reduced majority In the House. in the enactments of Foremost Congress were: the Sixty-thir- d tariff The Underwood-Simmon- s at, with the income tax, which retariff law. placed the Payne-Aldrlc- h The Federal reserve act, reorganizing the currency system.. Anti-trulaws to supplement Jhe hird to-da- y. st MUHLENBERG .MEN ARE FREED OF THE CHARGE Of Possum Hunting When the Case Was Brought Up At Franklin. 'd ( ;i FedeTaTIJTra&eCommTlon former providing for punof Individuals who violate regulations, and the latter establishing a Government Institution to aid in ' keeping business within the law. Repeal of the Panama Canal tolls exemption for American coastwise shipping. Act directing the building, 'at a cost of $35,000,000, of a Government railroad to the. mineral fields of Alaska. Act to regulate; cotton exchanges and to penalize dealings ln purely speculative cotton future sales. A special internal revenue tax, commonly called the "war tax." A GovernmentWar risk. Insurance Bureau to insure American ships against the hazards ot war, and an act providing .for the transfer of foreign owned, or built ships to American registry. Of those measures which failed of enactment or could, not bo considered for lack of time, the following are regarded by Democratic leaders as paramount: Bill for Government purchase or ships for charter of transoceanic the establishment af an American morchant marine, which encountered the most stubborn filibuster In the history of the Senate, created an Insurgent movement in the Democratic ranks and held up general legislation for weeks. Tho Immigration bill, including a literacy test, for admission of aliens, which passed both Houses, was vetoed, by President Wilson and failed by a narrow margin, to repass the House on a' motion' tp' overturn the veto. v Conservation measures, urged by the President, to, provide a new system for leasing 'of water-powBites, and a leasing system to open the mineral resources of the counlaw arid act, the ishment business er SherTnn?fTTn5g"l'l"'pl'ayton tt Ky.," March 3. Cessna, George 'WHks, Joe Piper, Will Vance and Will Klnley, who were tried here this week .on what have come to be popularly known as"possum hunting" charges, but' "which the Indictments describe as "confederating and banding together for the purpose of intimidation," were acquitted here this evening. The "case was brought here county on a from Muhlenberg change of venue asked by the Commonwealth and has attracted Statewide attention. No demonstration followed reading of the verdict. Upon their acquittal the men who had been on trial shook warmly by the hand each of the jurors and thanked them for their finding. The evidence in the case was cony and the cluded before noon argument for the defendants was opened by C. B. Moore, followed by T. J. Sparks, of Greenville, for the In the nfternoon Commonwealth. A. B. Denny, of Greenville, argued In behalf of the defense and Commonwealth's Attorney James R. Malory closed the argument for the At 4 o'clock the jury was State. given the case. An hour later it reported to Judge Rhea that It was unable to agree. He ordered them to reassemble at 7 o'clock and two hours later the following verdict was rendered: "We, the jury, find Frankljn, Em-me- to-da- the defendants not guilty' From the opening to the close of the case nothing of a sensational naturo occurred. THE SECOND ANNUAL HOf! CHOLERA CONFERENCE This meeting will bo held In the Assembly HalL Experiment Station, second floor, Lexington, Ky., Tue3r day. March 10, "1915. This meeting will be devoted entirely to a discussion ot hog cholera eradication. A large attendance is expected at this conference Farmers engaged in the raising ot hogs, in tho and veterinarians engaged control ot hog cholera, are especially urged to attend. This Is the most important meeting of the year with reference You try. W r Bill to enlarge the measure of and to Philippine promise ot ultimate extend the independence to Filipino people, a measure whjch passed the House and was approved by a Senate committee, by .the Interstate Regulation Commerce Commission of tho Issue of railroad securities, originally a part of tho Administration's anti- to Hog Cholera Control. can't afford to miss It, It is for one day only, and we extend to you a most urgent Invitation to be present. A splendid program has. been arranged. Come and bring your friends, February's Toll. In February just ended 48 men, women and children met deatlr In automobile accidents in tho United program. trust led with nine. New Rurai credits legislation contem- States. Illinois second with eight. establishment of a sys- York. State was plating the Twenty of the 48 fatalities were due tem of farm mortgage, loan banks, urged throughout tho to the skidding qf cars,. Flvo were persistently the result ot speed. The remaining Congress, ire?Q,!r" victims wore pedestrians. i ndrtjtjon in In shouted Thoma3 Coburn, one of those who had been robbed, when STATE PLAN he had recovered from his astonishCarranza Commander Refuses to And Matters Seem To Grow ment sufficiently to attract the attention of the Court. Allow Relief Committee Worse As Investigation H. A. Nettletou; W. J. Spelman Politics In Old Kentucky and others of tho victims who had to Succor Needy. Progresses. watched aghast as Berrell walked Warming Up. Into Court, told the Court they recWashington, March C. President Central City, Ky., March G. H. ognized the witness as one of the Wilson is now confronted with one W. Holcman, special deputy banking robbers. MATTERS ABEJAKING SHAPE of the most serious and perplexing commissioner, liquidating the Berrell was arrested and will be developments that has ever arisen of the Central City Deposit tried with Burns. in the Mexican situation. Bank, has made his report to the Early Platform Conventions Mexico City is on the verge of Circuit Clerl as required by law. KENTUCKY WILL SPEND Now Seem More CerHis report Is very concise and shows starvation. SIN .MILLIONS FOR ROADS General Obregon, the Carranza the .poor condition in which the tain Than Ever. commander, refuses to permit the bank was when he took possession Frankfort, Ky., March 8. Fully committee, com- at the close of business February 5. $2,500,000 more than has ever been International relief posed of wealthy members of the Surety Company, spent for road building In Kentucky UPHOLDING THE COUNTY UNIT The National foreign colony, to succor the needy. which was on the bond of Gregory will be contributed by the State, and Louisville, Ky., March G. Tho "Mexico needs no foreign aid," In the years 1911 and 1912, when this amount will be duplicated by entrance of a sixth Democratic canthe General is reported as saying. as treasurer of the school fund he the counties, making a total of All the merchants Who have clos- took the $6,000 trust fund of the didate for Governor, H. V. MeChesfrom this source. prohibition ed their doors have been ordered to school and bought There has been voted In bond Is- ney, on a State-wid- e Advance Coal reopen them under threat of pun- Company bonds. Is Investigating the sues nearly $1,000,00(7 In the vari- platform, In the race, with the backing, caused quite a ishment. Three hundred, all Mexi- matter. These bonds, which are ous counties, bringing the total up cans, have been Imprisoned. good, were used by Mr. Gregory to to $2,500,000. This sum will be stir in Loulsllle. Anticipating the announcement ot Tho people of the city are living secure a personal loan from the spent In addition to the $4,000,000 MeChesney, the Louisville Post, in terror of another evacuation, Kentucky Bank and Trust Compa used annually for road purposes. since Obregon has annoupced that ny, which bank holds the bonds. Sixteen counties Wolfe, Pike, which has for years been the organ in Louisville and he will not prevent looting and pilC. W. Wells, Mayor ot Central Perry, Owsley, Morgan, Metcalfe, laging for food and money. Magoffin, Lee, Jackson, Henderson, always a strong local option paper, City, who was considered one of Mr. e Spnhish, British Gregory's best friends, had to swear Harlan, Green, Floyd, Cumberland, in a conspicuous Tho Brazilian, editorial and Italian Ambassadors called sep- again when the examiners found an- Crittenden and Breathitt did not jesterday, announced it was unalproterably opposed to State-wid- e arately at the State Department to- other $3,800 note In the hands ot apply for state aid. day, bringing pessimistic reports on hibition as an Issue in Kentucky the. Central City Deposit Bank. This the situation, which corresponded brings the amount up to $8,300 for HE CAVE WIFE AWAY TO this year, saying the present county with reports already received by the which his name was forged. unit law satisfied the temperance Mr. people. American Government. The foreign Wells remarked that he had on nuWAN SHE LIKED BEST diplomats suggested no solution. Editor Knott is said to have told. merous occasions, seen Mr. Gregory Haly he would support him for GovSecretary Bryan announced that and write the name ot "C. W. sit ho had sent an urgent telegram to ernor if he would cut out State-wfd- o Wells" so perfectly that he could His Intimate friends American Consul Sllllman, with in- scarcely tell himself Just who had Parted In the Best Of Humor prohibition. now say he will support any of tho structions to lay the situation earn- written It. Mr. Wells went before Everything Seems To estly before Carranza, that Obre- a notary and stated In no unmistakother candidates for Governor, even gon might be directed to accept the S.tanley, if necessary, to beat Be Satisfactory.' not signed able terms that he had proffered aid of foreign residents. last note. The Mayor Is wonThe Courier-Journa- l, Times aud Freight service is suspended be- this dering if 'he la. through swearing off The Owensboro Inquirer of Fri- Post will all oppose MeChesney and tween Mexico City and Vera Cruz. these forged notes. day says: Should Obregon continue to rethe Louisville Democratic organisaAn audit of the books Is now beAlfred Busso has lost his wife, tion, Including Mayor Buschmeyer fuse outside aid, drastic measures ing made by P. C. Snyder, expert acnot by death, or by means of an unmight be necessary In the view of countant of Louisville, to determine lawful act, but by the natural giv- and the city hall people, Whallen, McGrath and Banker James B. the foreign diplomats. The describ- the' tuo condition of the bank. To ed situation Is mow Intolerable than date there have been discovered ing of her away after her affec- Brown, nil of whom were supporters ever since the beginning of the rev- among the notes carried as assets tions had bson alienated by another of Beckham In the primary last man. The other man In the case is olutionary troubles. ot notes, Roy Mllhauser, a well known young year, arc surprised and Incensed at of the bank $29,G49.G8 Talk of an allied expedition, sim- which this turn of affairs. They say that, the books show to have been ilar to the one that went to the re- paid or renewed, or which were farmer, who lives near Hickman but for their support of Beckham, park. Stanley would have got a big ''vouh lief of Peking during the Boxer upnever entered on the books of the Bussn Is about 2." years of age. majority In Louisville to have e rising again was heard, when It was bank: which amount Is partially offgenerally are seven Circuit Judges, i admitted that a grave set by entries on tho books calling He has noticed for some time that his wife was very fond of young Circuit CommonClerk, Court condition of affairs had arisen. for an aggregate amount of$2.r,081,-0- Mllhauser, and he made up his no notes are found. mind that the new lover could have wealth's Attorney and a Board of for which THE CAMBRIDGE IMiAYERS Alderman to elect in Louisville next has COMING NIGHT The work of checking the notes her if she thought more ot Mllhausay completed. There are also ser than she did of him. So on fall, and the local organization not been they could not hope to carry their $37,-1G- 6 Wednesday, Busso told his wife to The last of the present series of carried as assets ot the bank to victory under a Stateof notes which are claimed to leave, which she' promptly did. Ho local ticket Hartford College lyceum entertainwide prohibition candidate for Govpersons whose suspected ments will occur at the College au- be 'forgeries by the that Mllhauser and his ernor. They admit that with six (Thursday,) names appear on same. wife would leave Owensboro Thurs- candidates for Governor in tho priditorium E. The actual Indebtedness of E. day afternoon on the 3:4." "Texas" mary MeChesney might get a plunight, when the Cambridge Players of the president will hold forth. The company has a Gregory, former train, and so he went to tho depot. cannot be determined until Shortly beforo the arrival of the rality, even If he got not more than enter- bank, fine reputation for first-claexamination Is completed, nor can train ho found the couple there, 30,000 votes in a total vote of about tainment. 150,000. Irready to take their departure, preThis organization marks the be- the responsibility for the various On account of tho grave probabilregularities and fraudulent trans- sumably for Louisville. ginning of a new epoch In lyceum ity that, in a field of six, the windefinitely fixed until that Officer Sllberelsen was standing ner, whoever he may be. might get entertainment. This was the first actions bo divicompany organized by Mr. Ellas. time. The amount of tho last close by, and when told ot tho case only a small plurality of the total on January Day and to which his name was dend, which was paid and tho circumstances, by Busso vote, thero Is now much talk of 14, 1915, was $l,G00. himself, ho gave the matter his close plans of eliminating some'of the cangiven as coach and director. The programs are changed yearly and TWO WOMEN ASIC $!iO,000 attention. In n moment MUhaufeer didates beforo tho date of the Augoffer to the public entertainments However, tho procem MEN came walking up and Busso took' ust primary. DAM AUKS FROM him by the hand and said, "Good- of elimination, It is admitted, will of purpose, variety, aud thoroughly artistic modeling, with an attention Morgantown, Ky., March G. The bye. If she loves you more than oho be dimcult. to detail that had been a revelation. thtrty-sl- x There Is now more talk ot holdmen who wore Indicted does me, take her." With these All costuming is historically cor- here In February on a charge of words Mllhauser got on tho train ing a convention beforo the primary rect and procured without regard to conspiring to Intimidate others were following Mrs. Uusbo, who had beon than ever before. It Is known that expense, he scenes from famous named as defendants In two suits ot standing a short distance away. one or two of the present candidates When the train pulled out for would not care for the nomination players are tho most vital, tho hu- $10,000 each, filed with Circuit Louisville, Busso left for his home, at all on a State-wid- e mor clean wholesome, tho sing- Clerk R. E. Keown hero platform. He Therefore. ing abovo reproach. Katho-rin- e apparently in tho best of humor. If a State convention Tho suits aro brought by theso Webster and Louella Webster, has been married for about three should declare for State-wtdDcutli of James V. Ward. years. men would bo automatical)' elimiMr. James W. Ward, an old citi- who allege they were taken front m nated, and If tho convention should zen of the Nocreek neighborhood, their home, blindfolded, disrobed, UNCLE SAM STRICTLY MeChes'IMPARTIAL, SAYS WILSON declare against State-widmorning at his and beaten upon tholr naked fiosh, died Wednesday ney would be certainly eliminated. being injured severely. home ot diseases incident to old Of tho other candidates Cherry, J. A. and Dock Gardner and Jake age. Mr. Ward was 7G years old Washington, March 8. President Shruin aro tho best known and Wilson was told by Representative while saying ho has always voted for aud had spent his life in the same " locality, honored aud respected by wealthiest of those accused by tho Sabbath, of Illinois, that the major- local option aud opposed tl opan saloon, declnrcs Kentucky should at women. all. Ills funeral was conducted at ity, and the President replied that term of tho Butler United States believed the adminis- present stand on Its county ur-'-t law, A special tho Methodist church Thursday afternoon at one o'clock by his pas- County Circuit Court has been call- tration was observing strict neutral- which has put the saloons out oL. tor. Rev. Ell Wesley, assisted by ed by Judge Moss for March 30, to ity, and tho Presldeut replied hhat 10G counties aud the other counties Rev. R. D. Bennett, after which tho take up tho 'cases of tho alleged he was convinced that ultimately under tills law can also put them burial was at the Carson burying Possum Hunters, About thirty ot tho world would agree that the po- out. Stanley also declares for tho grounds. He leaves a widow and a tho accused men were here yester- sition of the United States has been present county unit law. Nowman has declared he would favor giving large number of children to mourn day In conference with their attor- strictly Impartial. tho people a chanco to vote on proneys. their loss. ,k hibition If they wnnt It. Bosworth Motor Curs In Win. AS AN AIjIIJI WITNESS To the Public. American motor cars uro playing and McDermott have made no pubA FAILURE HE PROVED We have opened a general blacka prominent part in tho European lic declaration on tho subject. smith and repair shop on Lafayette war. Orders are being received dal1UTK OF DOG in YEARS AGO Chicago, March 4. Patrick Der-rel- l, ly by street, opposite John H. Barnos' manufacturers of this country CAUSES DEATH OF WOMAN business agent for tho Truck to supply tho warring nations with residence. Wo will do all kinds ot a spec Drivers and Chauffeurs' Union, went car for military purposes. Tho wonrepair work. Horse-shqeln- g Now York, March G. Miss Ella to help provo an derful efficiency aud stability ot the falty. Four plain shoes 80c, four lntd Court, y Andrew J. Amerlcnn motor has been proved In Frances Hobby, of Far Rockaway, toed shoes $1.00. All work guaran- alibi for his friend, teed to give satisfaction. Will ap- Burns, charged with being one of many ways Blnce the war began, for L. I., died here from the bite 6f a three men who had held up and there aro tens ot thousands of cars dog Indicted fifteen years ago. Durpreciate your work. ing that time she underwent twelvo robbed 15 men or $1,G00. & RQDaERS, BARNES from this country being used In alt i Before ha left tho witness stand branches of military service by the unsuccessful operations to cure tho ' 9t4 Heaver Dam, Ky. blood poisoning which set In from Borrell was in need pf an alibi him- - Allies and German forces. the wound. Forty different p'jy,sl-claYou can't keep a good mat down, ; self. A man is sometimes treated her and failed. She wrecked "That's all right. Judge,' said but that Is no reason why a fellow was 30 years old. should get up in the air about it. Ilerrell familiarly, as ho look 'the through his own reeklesr:'s). af-falBeck-ham-Ha- ly Beck-ham-Hfirst-pagwon-Ther3, ss IS IN BAD "I've known Burns for years." "That's another of the robber3t" HOIS' :l ad to-da- y. o, e, ns idliitew u a ii ii MWWkimwi Zf- T- )fg(B'-V uWiflhfrifcwg ".' FaqvX TWF jtgxPTcr'fWE FJtiyjx whiwhw"' jcwwie m, " i.. mmi. I GLOSIIG OUT SAl Begins March 1, 1915: Having decided to close down work in the mines for an indefinite pcricd and not wishing to allow our goods to Ke in the dust and deteriorate, for that length of time, we are going to put on a Sale at the company's stoxe at McHenry and Echols,, beginning March 1, which will heat anything in the line of low prices that has sale intended to take out our entire stock. been attempted in this region lately-- It will he a big clean-swee- p We reserve nothing everything must go. We figure that we can hetter afford to sell all our stock at and below cost and have the cash to buy a new stock when the time shall come, than to hold the goods over for an uncertainty. In order to do this we will simply give the profits to our customers and rather than take a. chance at missing some sales, will sell at below cost and carriage, This is a sure enough closing out sale in every respect. You know the circumstances and you can see what compels us to do it. We want to make quick work of this business and you never saw the time when a little bit of money will go as far in purchasing price as it does here. The goods must go and all we want is a partial return on our stock investment Many of these things it will pay you to buy now even if you will not need them for a long while, for they are first-clas- s in quality and it is seldom if ever that you are afforded an opportunity to get such goods at and below cost. Clothing SWIG to J5.C0 Men's and Bogs' Siiltt from 75c. to S2CG Me i Men's. Odd Panca bom 25c to $2.CG A Wej Hwe fti &vfQ? Odd Paiwx ieom Mea's fcaiffesr, Mfeaea,' and1 Boys' Rafnenam ,.$Ti.GGto:$20 taunt Brg- 1 ? t Dry Goods Kne Shirtfhas from;, 2,800 yards Scandard Prints Groceries 5c to-7- A M5 Bed Tlcfcfag-froftidfan Head linen, fronn. aflO yards Hope- - and Had TEdfoga Bleached per yard , 5c per yard 72.ctO'1S2-2c.pe- r yard 1Gc to 1 ly per yard Sbfpstinf, per sack Flour Coffee-, 2-- lbs - .V. im Shoe3 A bfc? em Meafc Sflroea, lock wocfe and dveaa $1-7- , Lartfea' S&aes frmm .tones? fflwes font (?M4v&f& SHwsea tttm , Mew's. Low Cue Sfcwea front SSmeUr JBnyB' SRwiea few 5 to 0 ,,.,.,.. $1X0 so $2.25 per pair $1X0 to $2X0 pec pafc 75c to $2X0 per patr jer jafc ,8c per yard 1,800 yards C&ajabray,' Percales and Madras Sc per yard 50 yards Fancy Dress Gihjr&ani; , c per yard B Assortment oi Dress Goods, both; Heavy and sirmmer goods, at .1Gc and 25c Big JfR& &t Table Lmenv both: white- and color. Domestic... ,.. Standard fine Granulated Sugar, per lb per lb 3. 10c cans Boa Bon Baking Powder ' 7 ac cans Bon Boa Baking Powder Z Mb. cans Tomatoes ; Lima. Beans, 4 cans Corn. (Peaberry) per lb Coffeev CXXXX) per pk? Good grade- Toose roast Coffee, per tt !!!.!! $0 .90c 20c 2-3c ,A6 12J;c 5ZC jc .....V..!!!l25c ,25c ....'.'. .25c 25c 25c 05c jc - 75c to $'.25 per pair $1X0 to $2.75 per pafe Ladfes' Low Cmta Utnm $1.15 to $20 per pair Aiknf Mot's Krjfefeera at yow oww price. Druggist's Sundries A Wg Nft o Patent Medicines. AM 11 steaa at 75cf sizes at 25c, and. Memea'a Talcum Powder, per bote Colgate's Tafenm Powder, per box AH 10 5c 5c sfees at 20c 20c 20c 25c Tafctrm Powder, 3 for And the remainder of owr Mg lfcie of Draggfat's Sundries at correspondingly low prices. ed, from 25c to 6Cc Ladfes' 2Sc Hose 13c per pair Ladfes' aflc Hose 23c per pair ..-Ladfes' lac Hose1Cc per pair Hose; ,.,.-- . Ladfes' 8c 2 pair for 15c CfrSdren's 18c Hese ., 8c per pair Chtfdren's lac Hose L....1Cc per aOc Hose 25c per pair Men's 25c Hose 18c 2 for 25c at Men's lac Hose ... .$. 10c per pair ', Men's 18c Hose .. ...' 8c2for15c Men's 15c CoHara 10c Z for 25c Men's 18c Coffara . 8c 2 for 15c Mew's 18c Cotton Gloves, 2 pair for 15c Men's aOc Suspenders--25c Men's 2ac Suspenders ; 13c Boy's 2ac Snspendera 17c per pair Boy's 10c Sespenders 6c per pair Boy's 5c Sespenders ,2c per pair A f nH Hne of iren's 10c and 50c Ties from, ,5c to 25c each .................. - cans 5 cans Z cans 4 cans 4 Pumpkin Hominy lc 4 S--Ib. Pork and Beans Kraut cans Apples b h V ; .zoc Z3C i., pair-Men'- s bars Swift's Laundry Soap 6 bars Glycerine Tar Soap 5 bars Lenox Soap 4 cans Early June Peas 2-I- &. !!!!!!!!!! !25c !!!!!!!!!!!!! !25c 25c 25c . 4 cans Kidney Beans !!!!!!! 25c Bolted MeaL per bushel. . !!!!!!!!!!!!!" 95c Good Vmegar, per gallon !!!!!!!!!!!!!! !l5c Xew Orleans Molasses, per gallon !!!!!!!!! 45c Anything fa Groceries that we have m'stoc'k not mentioned above at less than cost. COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE AT ABSOLUTELY COST. MEPTS AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS FROM 6c to $2.00. Terms of Sale Strictly Cash. No Goods Delivered. McHenry Coal Company McHenry and Echols, Ky. 7 j.i ' ffr-tfr- R I I V Jir ' ' hi" ''" ii -- fa - - ti- - Jtttt it" - - iwh.imi ' I WHNRgIAY, MAKCH 10, MM. any IPRltlmnlr Industry. Thlt Kith my acllvn nmlfdnm-r- , In the Inrt thrcie yearn, lin Inorenwd thei vnluiitlonn upon nil tlir corpora-tlrr- n of tlic Ftnte from M$,OGO,000 lo HV.00O.(00; and four of the Indent rnmpHnlcc, wlicr hhmfkitu-iiIwcro rtilH.d, have enjoined the collection Hnd inrrled tho qiKntlon Into tlic frelenil courtH, wlirrn tho erne ore now rondln rue mvnralilo tettlcment ucciHion. of lhfe earrn In the coiiiIh tpgptlier with tho Inrjse lilcrmrox from ntlirr corpora tloim which 'ire not rnntCHtiil, Inenns a nrut boon to the taMnypr anil a moot Vnlunble lncrrtic In r r revenue. In tip four of tlio roent ndmlnli-Irnllo- n tho Incrc:mr of ivv rimes from Ihu Bmowments of tliei?p corporations, which lmo not contested lncrmri, will amount to n um to tlio Mtntf' fur In of $1,000,000, rtnd tlio Inrrenne of revenue from tho imi potirce lo tli counties, cities, town and school of the ntnte will amount to nbout tt.W.MO fn- - the name ptllod Shoilld tho courts sustain the notion of the hoard In tho mints made upon the four railroad mmpnnlrn I luve referred to. It tvould ndd nbout 11,100,000 more revenue to the fstnte nnd about J2,00f,000 mor-tthe countlf-"- , cities, (owns and school districts In the Mme four ye.trs. Explains Single Attack. N'oivvitlistnndlnK my well known record upon the board In thesei mnttfrs and my efforts to serve? the best Interests of the rcople by placing a larger and n Just builen of taxation upon tho corporation?, one man alone In all the state has undertaken to crltlclso me about the woik of the board, and to reflect upon my conduct In connection with It. Mr. A. O. Stanley, some time nno, In announcing; himself ns a raudldnte for the nomination for governor, with IiIb usual disregard for the truth, made an attack upoh me and soiiKht to create the that the corporations had been toj favorably treated by the board, and that and other gentlemen he mentioned bad In some way been icsponslble for It. The record nnd tho facts completely disprove bis Insinuations or charges, nnd y show that no franchise board In the of Kentucky eer made such largo Increase" In 'lie nnsessments of corporations. Mr. Stanley can hardly plead Ignorance of these facts, because they have been discussed In the press nnd the courts of the state a gient deal In tho last two or three years. I am not a candidate for the same nllice that he Is seeking, nor lo I propose to descend Into n controversy with him anil would not now mention him except for his want oil attack upon me. The people of Kentucky have learned to know him ns a man utterly recklcs and unreliable In his statements or In his charges against other men. The only criticisms that hive ever been made about the work of this board have come from those who havt complained that we have raised tht Milp upejn frnn-cIiIrall-ror- ul r THE HARTEORD HERALD Page 3 p, TOM RHEA DOMES OPENLY OPPOSED TO 'X yt OUT FOR AUDITOR PROHIBITION His Reasons Sieks Nomination on"Sfrong and Worthy" Democratic Ticket; ii And Gives Therefor. THINKS IT IS UNDEMOCRATIC yt-a- RECORD AS ASSESSING OFFICER x-- "! And Not Consistent With the H i& Reviewed In Refutlnn Rebt Charoe cf Favoritism Toward Big Corporate Interests Made by Owsley 8tanlcy Will Not Enter Into With His Detractor Points With Pride to Manner In Which Present Administration of Treasurer's Office Has Overcome Deficit Inherited From Republican y Privileges and Rights Of a Citizen. Hi: COULDN'T "COP" TIIK Jjtnoo BP Thomas S. Kliea of Loaan present state treasurer of Kentucky and late cnplnnan of the Democrats Btate campaign committee, tcday makes announcement of his candidacy for his party's nomination, In the August primary election, for the office of auditor of pijbllc accounts. In entering the race Mr. Rhea presents to the voters a brief review of his course aB a member of the state board of valuation and assessment, the franchise tax board of the state, shewing that tiiat body has by unanimous' action materially Increased the assess-,ir,cn- t of all the large public service .corporations, refuting the .reckless f charges made by Congressman Owsley Stanley that the board had been &; .Influenced In behalf of the i lions. Mr. Rhea also reviews his course In the management of the state's rn-mtco-po- 1 hls-toi- lBHVH9NKiraraMHBHH tf . THOMAS S. RHEA OF LOGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. j4 financial department, the treasurer's office, declaring that the present ad- ministration has well handled a diffl- cult financial' condition left to it by the last Republican administration. His card of announcement follows: To the Demociats of Kentucky: On the first Entutday of next August the Democrats of Kentucky will nom inate their candidates for state offices, and make up their ticket to he submit ted to the oters In the November elec tion. In that primniy I shull ba a can- ilhlute for the Democratic nomination for the ottlce of nudltor of public ac counts; and In making this ilnnouuce-men- t, I & 4 ; will give o my candidacy their serious I xlwll enand favorable deavor to be vcjy brief In what I say in this announcement, mid shall rtly upon the tali- - unci dixciimiuaiiug intelligence of the people for wli.it support may receive i tor caiuni: I hope 1 may be attention bi lefty to my experience as ini cfflcoholder. As Mi riff of my iutl' county of Uipui, nnd then for the list tieasuier of thrto years and more as,faithfully and Kentucky, I hae tried earnestly to o peiform the duties of ot tha the confidence office as to peoile who io bonouu me. Member of Important Boards. As state treasurer I have, been, according to law, a member of the Important governing boards of the state, the sinking fund boaid, the pilntlug horfrd, thi tupltol board und the board of valuation and uKesment. This Utter board Is ontf of especial Importance and consists of orily three members, the auditor, the treasurer, and the secretary of state. It deals with the Important question of ilx- -, Ing the franchise valuations upon all corporations doing business In this state, 4 'jor ' purposes of taxation. The record Y made by the present board In the last S thrt years has been remarkable and The board has not sought prtcedented. f corpontta T to binder or cripple legitimate has so In- -' Industries of the state; but It I, creased their franchise assessments that J the state Is now receiving several bun- I .dud thousands of dollars more InIt taxes ever every year from this source than , received before. As a member of that V diligently In thu have hIpd board work of adjust nc inese niaiier in ao- rorduiice with the bit Interests of the jKpie aim wnnouj cuuhhik uiijunj muu- 1 Jut-tlf- trust that my fellow Demix-rut- '; un-)a- Jf c-- u'r 1 for the Demociatlo ticket by the largest majority In a ceneral election for thirty ers, I do not wish to claim the credit for that splendid result, but as campalvn chairman I gave all of my lime and ser-lc- e to help In bringing It about. Inherited Large Debt. of The present state administration, which I am a member. Inherited a large debt und a disordered condition of finances from the preceding ltepubllcnn ndniinlstnitlrn; nnd that Inheritance, together with the Increased demands upon our levonncs for educational purposes, for Confederate pensions, nnd for other worthy causes, has Imposed upon us a dldlcutt situation to deal With, and one s. that has tried our best efforts and ,As head of the tieasuiy department of the state, I believe I may say without boosting, that Its affairs under these dlfllcultlfs lme been conducted In and successful manner; u business-lik- e Unit the revenues of the state have been guarded, and creditors have not pioperly been Inconvenienced or disappointed. believe the work of this administration, regardless of hostile ciltlclsm, will, when impartially and fairly measured, itself to the good opinion of people. It Is now my dtw'lre to lie on the Democratic ticket as Its candidate for auditor and to serve In that ottlce for the next four years. The experience I have bad as treasurer, and In such close connection with the office of auditor, should enable nie to render efficient and valuable service In that position. I, therefore ask the Democrats of Kentucky for their support In the August prlmaiy; and I ask that they place mo upon a Democratic ticket so strong and worthy that It will deserve and receive the support of the gocxl people of Kentucky In the November election. And may the people of our state In the election' this year show their appreciation of tin) splendid and Incomparable administration of President Wilson, and demonstrate that Kentucky. In the presidential election next year, will lie ready to sfhifw Its purpose to help In the work of reSl electing a. president who has done such extraordinary service lo the people ot Kespeoinuly, this country, enei-glecom-ineiid fair-mind- nscsmentH upon corporations too high. I chad gladly stand upon the letord of that board and upon my pait In Its woik. In the campaign lait fall 1 nas selected without opposition by the paity leaders and the stute committees as the Demo-rratcampaign chairman for the state, and no succeeded In cnrrtnt; the state lc TUOMAB H. HHRA. There Is no division of public opinion on Temperance. Every one Is appalled at a frightful evil that Is costing the race more than nil Its war and pestilences. So It Is a mere ruse de guerre, tho mere claptrap of cheap politics, to try to make n political or moral issue of a question about which the people are universally agreed. Ilut there Is a well defined difference, a glowing line of demarkatlon, therefore an Issue, as to tho best method of combating this seemingly Irrepressible evil. Democracy takes the solid ground that, It being a matter of Individual, moral reformation, It does not come within the range of politics and must be left to the schools, churches, platform, press and fire sides, to precept and example, In a word, to moral suasion, which alone hatchet-faceleather-lunge- d can reach the heart and mind, crank butt In and do the where all moral reformation must act an intolbegin and end. Impertinence that rouses The Prohibition method, since It erable proposes sumptuary legislation as a the strongest resentment In every heart. If he were can remedy, Is purely political, and In Anglo-Saxo- n this way squarely Joins Issue. It li did, If he would haul down his false not only essentially political, but Its colors, come out In the open and hat Is In the ring and it is playing practice what ho preaches; he would politics to beat the band swapping, propose a law to punish, not the trading, bribing, aifll seller, but the drinker who is althreatening, like the hardened vet- together to blame. True, on such erans they are. So there's no rea- a proposition he couldn't carry a son that it should be spared the single precinct in all Xorth Amerirubs and knocks of tjie game. As ca, but it would test his true for me, their affected cowl and man- strength and show him "where he's at" and It would also pause many tle of piety won't go. Xo ax to grind, no public favors a hypocrite to rise up and bless the to curry, falling upon nobody's neck' secret ballot and curse the good, e manhood suffrage. to cry in mock hysterics, "The dealt There could be no such thing as I'm a free lance and I'll responsibility without swat a Prohibitionist just as quick individual as I would a Republican or Social- - tlle f,eP '"oral agency to choose heist; for, after all. they are much the.tWeen the good and bad. Character same, only traveling upon different could not be developed without the roads to reach the same end the temptations that are strewn along sacrifice of the Individual to that our pathway to bring Into full play fetich, tho overworked "Public the elnate, latent moral forces. It Is Good," instead of exalting the In the scheme of nature that a man dividual to subserve the general can be developed only by his own welfare; the fiovernment controlling efforts. Compulsion only hardens and hinders the the sovereign instead of tho sover- the hensibllltles eign the Government, the man for process of development. So It would the State instead of the State for be unwise, If possible, to remove all the man; all, like Mrs. Partington's temptations, as it Is resistance that makes tho man, and the greater boots, "wrong part afore." One of Its most reprehensible the struggle tho stronger and notricks is Its untiring effort to force bler the character. Imagine a creathe old parties especially the Dem- ture grown to maturity from whom ocrats Into the false position of a Puritan legislature had removed pandering to and compromising all temptation what a despicable with the whiskey Interests, who slob, a disgusting mass of spineless naturally vote with the parties who Jelly, utterlv irresponsible and withstill have some regard for vested out a trace of character, for whom rights and the solemn pledge of the It were labor lost to prepare either people to protect the private prop- a hell or heaven. Sin fs beyond the erty of those who, In good faith, reach of legislation. Cod Almighty trusting the people's honor, have in has seen to that, knowing what a vested millions In n traffi. legalized botch It would make of it. "Xo man can save another's soul nor by law. Could we not with better reason pay apother's debt." Otherwise we charge them with being run by could hajtl every sinner Into court moonshiners and bootleggers who and compel him to believe, repent vote with them oven without the In- nnd be baptized, thus settling the centive of protecting their proper- whole complicated mess. ty? The fact that a Democrat misDemocracy stands for Homo Rule, trusts that old and obsolete method local and all that Is best In politics, morals and religion. Nothing can obscure' this fact. It relies on moral suasion, appealDOUBLY PROVEN ing to inherent moral principles to do the real reforms, and it recogHartford Headers Can No Longer nizes the futility of compulsion. It Doubt the Evidence. knows that reforms, however slow and tedious, must come from tho This 'grateful citizen testified long heart and brain, not from legislaago. tive halls; that precept and example Told of quick relief of undoubtare the only weapons a freeman has ed benefit. nnd should have among freemen. It Tho facts are now confirmed. knows that the enforcement of any Such testimony is complete the law depends upon the public sentievidence conclusive. ment back of It; that, If county unit It forms convincing proof of fall, tho failure of State or Nationmerit. wide is inevitable, because It must Mrs. A. L. Alms, C07 LocuBt St., depend upon the snine public sentiOwensboro, Ky says; "I have used ment, the samo Juries and witnessDoan's Kidney Pills with good re- es. Ilut It Is not a Prohibitionist, sults and consider them a superior because right there Is the deadline kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pllli between 'Paternalism and Individpromptly relieved backacho, difficul- ualism, compulsion nnd between ty with the kidney secretions and volition, between tho mastery of tho pains in the back and top part of center arid the mastery of tho cirmy head." cumference, between a Government A Second Statement. slavo and a lusty freeman, between On February 20, 1912, Mrs. Alms a passion knocked senseless with a and said: "I have not used Doan's Kid- bigots club nnd one ney Pills' of late, as the cure they by made has been permanent. You are moral supremacy. at liberty to continue publishing my Heaven help the flabby virtues of former statement." the automation who can't withhold Price 50c at all dealers. Don't and defy a temptation whose pursimply ask for a kidney remedy pose is Jo, make a man of him, The 6et Doan's' Kidney Pills the Bame difference Is so radical, fundamental that Mrs. Alms had. Foster-Mllbur- n and antagonistic that It is oalnful. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. as well s.b puzzling to see the South d, d, d, rat-eye- d, log-rollinon-partisold-timpoo-pull- ," nt of moral reform sent (o the scrap-healiterally laughed out of Spain three hundred years ago, is hardly sufficient proof that he Is com pounding with debauchery, or to mnke lilm fpel that his politics Is a rellection upon his christian character, lie can be Just as good a christian in his party as In the Prohibition party. In fact, a. better, because a Democrat Is never hidebound by an overwcanlng desire to take charge of his neighbor's soul and literally legislate It into Heaven, In theory I'm a teetotaler and I hnve backed that theory with n life of absolute abstinence, nnd let mo say hern that legislation never had tho slightest, remotest possible in fluence In shnplng this course, but I'm not a Prohibitionist, because I believe the puny arm of tho law which can only denounce penalties, is wholly Inadequate tri save a man's soul and to venture Into this field of legislation would not only Incite contempt for Its authority, but Its helpless efforts would Invite 'ridicule. The Democrat who has been made to feel that his politics handi caps his religion, must bear In mind that Prohibition and total absti nence are not synonymous terms, no more than compulsion and volition; that a man may abstain without becoming a Prohibitionist and, conversely, he may be a rantankerous want Prohibitionist to regulate your tastes and leave his own free and still be a continued tippler. It Is one thing to regulate your own private affairs and quite another to lantern-Jawehave a mallet-heade- the noble, chivalrous South, never I California, Is that of a thrcc-too- d given to fnds, vagaries, "isms" and I horse of the Merycolilppus type, crusades, who never assumed or tol ' long sought my scientists to fill .tho erated superior airs, who alvvns gap In the history of tho horse. It maintained tliiit individual respon Is said the fofsll fits precisely tho sibility was the paramount Issue of description of a 'hypothetical aniHfo and who always manfully mal which scientists maintained fought the theory born .of the spirit must have existed In ho'rse history. of oppression and fostered by tho tyrant that somehow nobody wins Xotlte To Creditor. ever nble to tell Just how the FedOhio Circuit Court. eral Government derives n power In- Xellle C. Her, Administratrix, Plaindependent of and superior to the tiff, vs. people who created It, that In some Inexplicable way, the creature be- William Gordon Her, ot al Defendcomes greater than Its creator and ants. do you know this heresy Is being ' All persons having clnlnis against taught our children In our public the estnte of Win. P. Her, deceased, schools? And just ns manfully up- nre hereby notified to file same with held the doctrine that tho Federal me at my office In Hartford, Ky. Government Is a unit only In the properly proven, on or before day of March, 1015, or they of being a unit of units and Is vested with only such powers as will be forever barred. Glvon under were specifically, expressly designat- my hand this February 15, 1015. ed and among these was not tho 7t4 . B. K. IimKHEAD, nuthorlty to regulate the sovorolgn's Master Commissioner. conscience, tastes, habits and Fni- - the Stomach mill Liter. thoughts all other powers being I. X. Stuart, West Webster. X. V.. specially reserved to the sovereign people who were exceedingly care- writes: "I have used Chamberful In their grants. I say it puzzles lain's Tablets for disorders of the as well as pains one to see the sonsi stomach and liver off and on for tho of such noble sires caught In such' past five years, and It nffords me traps as sumptuary laws, Alaskan pleasure to state that have found Hallways, Parcel Posts and Shipping' them to be Just as represented. They are mild in their action and Hills, not to mention n e party platform, dangerous the results have been satisfactory. all wedges Insidiously driven Into the I value them highly." For sale by m bulwarks of Democracy; Socialized, all dealers. '(Advertisement. 1 Ilnmlltonlzed, P.ryanlzed and till, not long ago, dough's Piles Cured in 6 to U Days peer and successor, who by the wav. Your dniccit will refund money if TAZO) was (lying false colors In a Prohibi- OINTMKNTfnllsto cure nny cae of ltchlnp Blind. Dieertincor rrotrudlne Piles In to 14 tion political campaign in Kentucky, ThcSist application rives ZJase cd 6Rest. dayJ K;J offered me $500 to tell him the difference, not between the Hamilton 'iie-- - Output. and Jefferson The total amount of copper protheories of govern-- ! ment, but between a modern Ilepub-- 1 duced in the United States .sinco lea n and Democrat, and I'm a 1S45 is l$,S57,4 7r,,!)l) pounds, acIf I could do It. cording to the I'nited States GeoA DKJlOCItAT TKKTOTALKR. logical Survey, the largest production in any one jear being .24.f, Kee'iininieuiN CliaiMliri'liiiii's ('iuIi 20R.72O pounds In 1012. The proltemcely. duction . In 1S45 was 224,000. "I take pleasure in recommend- pounds. ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my customers Ah! The lut lufiiMtinu U'lillV Ol because I have confidence in it. 1 lind that they the Pine Forest! aro pleased with it and call for it. How It clears the throat and heael when again in need of such a medi- of its mucous ailments! It Is this cine," writes .1. W. Sexson, Monte- - spirit of newness and vigor lrom vallo, Mo. For sale by all dealers. the health-givin- g piney forests t Advertisement.) brought back by Dr. Hell's Antiseptic and healing. MlSSIXt; LINK IX HOINK Iluy a bottle All druggists, KVOLI'TIOX DLSCOVKHKI) 25c. Klectric Hitters a spring tonic, the-20t, 1 ring-madHob-sonlziir I ' to-da- y. Berkley. . Cal., March The missing link in tho cvolution'ol the horse has been discovered In th People Say To Us mlocene strata of the Southern "I Sierra Xevadas. It was reported to! Dotcannot cat this or that fooel, it docs agree with me." Our advice to" the Pacific Coast division ot the nil of them is to take a Palcontologkal Society of America GOiaSJL Dyspepsia In convention here. The fossil form discovered by .1 before and after each meal. 25c a box. P. Duwalda, of tho Fniverslty cf James H. Williams. ' (Advertisement) Afi. Cold-Th- en Tablet ADraft-Y- ou Catch Follows Coughs, Cold Stiff Neck Neuralgia specially in tho niercinc pain of neuralgia or tho dull throb of headache is Sloan's Liniment wonderfully rclievintr. Laid lightly on the part where tho pain is felt, it gives at onee u feeling of comfort and ease that is most welcome to the overwrought sufferer. L Hear What Others Say: 'There nro no Liniments that Cfiial Slonu'i. My husband las RruralcU vrry often, lie rutw Slo.W on l.U facet aud that is tho bit of it." Afrs. V. J, llroun, Uuute 1, Hut lit, Hallt, Ttnn. "I haro used Sloan's Liniment for family u for years and would not bo itliout it. Wo Imvo raivtl a family of ten children and tuvo urd it for (roup und nil lung trouble; ulo, m an nutinplio for wouadi, of which children lmvo a great many, it can't bo beat. My wifei epraincd her nnklo latt rummer and it was in bad fhape. Jbloun'n Liniment applied enabled her to be an Rood ni tver in n veeek. I huve ucd it Buvcral times (or epiains and rheumatism." John A'cvnunb, It. li. So. , Ktokuk, Iowa. ' SLOANS LINIMENT It works like magic, relieving Lumbago, Rheumatism, Sprains and Bruliei. No rubbing jut lay it on. Price 25c All dealer. Send four cents in stamps for TRIAL BOTTLE. Sent to any addreis in the U. S. DR. EARLS. SLOAN, Inc. DepuB. Philadelphia, Pa. XXX)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXOOCXX000XX00X)OCX3000 E. F. JACKSON F. G. JACKSON self-subdu- Let Jnokson Bros, plan and build you a nice homo this year while building material is cheap. Plans, Blue Prints and Specifications on short notice. Architects and Building Contractors. Home Phone 32-2- . CENTERTOWN., KY. ooococooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOGOOO iliiiiiH UULIT. uri't fi iii i ii i aani ir i JLAsL lL.l 'fclJjMMhlfflftiiJnThAiiVrtTrri Page 4 THE HARTFORD HERALD has always been regarded us one of IpnilHTV IIWflH I Q fiT P UrllUrl fl. U. Ul L. the strong Democrats of that tlon. In his brief announcement be GOOD MEETING ears he will devote the tame painstaking care to tbe performance of bis duties if elected Secretary of Business Trails State as he has taken with bis du- Considerable ties in the Auditor's office and acted and the Body Is investigation WKDXMHIAY,:MAHCff Ity )t.M The Hartjord Herald t2BR f MATTHEWS, FRAMC L.FELIX. EOITOR8. kK L. FELIX, Pab.ted Prcp'r. post-offi- mm In-lt- es Entered at the Hartford m mail matter of tbe second clats an for evidence . -- of'hls of his record qualification for The Ellzabethtown News says tbe WAR.VIW TO CAP.KAXZ TnMic Sale. Minutes of the Ohio CountyUn-lo- n latest definition of a Republican I At my residence four miles north of the A. S. of E., March-6- . IS i:.T KV t.NCI.K SIM "calamity howler." Add to this of Centertown I will on AVednesday, 1313. . i residential knocker" and the an- Members of the Ohio County A March 17. sell my household goods. Washington, March E. Gen. ' ev er U complete. has been informed in a note . of E. wefe called together at farming materials, horses, mules 1.000 bushels of corn. Sale T'i e Is a year when ho plow, from the I'nlted States Government Hartford, March th, to perfect a and that unless- there is an Improve- poultry pool and reorganlzethe Till continue from day to day until or other utensil to stir the cK J all goods are sold. r , - h aid be Idle. The ground ment Jrt conditions with respect to Ohio County Union. R. C. Taylor, Centertown, Ky. A motion was made and seconded 9t2 foreigners and their Interests in thoJld be made to produce its full every one dues A1"ji)- - Makes a Hit. ti.afft in diversified crons. The I Mexican territory under his control that 1915 stand, who had paid pres and most all for as gif'er part of Europe is in a greatjsuch stps by may be necessary will ent stood. Report from locals that Washington, March 4. Under the American Govern Mle. except for the busi- - b taken leadership of Representative A. delegates was calledfor the bad nE of killing each other, and there meat to obtain the desired protec- and sent following reported: Hart W. Barkley, assisted by his colthe will !e a big demand for food of all tion. leagues, the members of the House The note Is the (strongest and ford. Xo. 594, three delegates. sang "My Old Kentucky Home" : ought to be a big year This ki Xo. 656, three delemost mphatic document that has Washington, for 'ar.iiers. soon after Speaker Clark declared been snt by the Washington Gov- gates; Hefiin. Xo. 601, three dele- the House adjourned y. Mip hung ernment to Mexico fince the corres gates; Xocreek. 610, two delegates greatest mlllftoBe T' nority Leader Mann and nearly- evar i 'id the neck of the Kepublican pondence with Huerta a year ago. All reported in good standing.) ery member of the House joined in Moved that we elect countyoffi-cer- s. ya.g in yoars agone, which brought Carranza is warned that the United the favorite song. it Itimately to national defeat and j states has viewed with deep con- Carried. Moved that our old , it now appears to want la- corn the growing complaints made president, S. L. Stevens, be ejected h Carload of Fertilizer. ta jp again, was its alliance with by foreigners generally against his by acclamation. Moved I will have a carload of Fertilizer Carried. vn'ffn government tbe trusts and administration of affairs and. now. and carried that Mr. C. P. Jones be in about March 15th. If taken big (orporatlons. Its strongest in effect, demands an early change. elected as vice president. Movrf from car will be 95 cents per hunin this fight was the pro-and carried that the present secre-- 1 dred pounds. S. L. KING, nobody GKOIKtfA SHOOTING TIKATH U'e tariff protecting by ac- St4 tarj -- treasurer be Hartford, Ky. l.IVT HAS HKACHKII -- KVK.V clamation. b its wealthy political proteges. The body the adjourn-- 1 lUiTt-PI; mouth Kocks. F,r many jears It deceived the peoed for. dinner to meet at 1 o'clock A few fine cockrels for sale while ple with this specious "protwitlon" Rrunswfck. Oa., March 7. The The house was called to order at they last. Eggs $1.00 per 15. p'- - . but at last the eyes of the vodeath here of Krnest McDonDy tfie president. JOHN ALLEN WILSON. te f , wert opened and everybody ald, shot yesterday when Monroe Moved that a 'poultry committee Hartford, Ky. I ' w) the result. The Republican Phillips a real estate dealer, killed be elected, the committee to be com 9t2 five persons and wounded thirty-tw- o posed of three, which resulted in pr'y has lot Its grip upon the Xotice. with an automatic shotgun be- the following being elected: of the public. To win, it S. L. The Ohio county singing convenm adopt new political tactics. fore he himself was killed, increas- Stevens, H. M. Pirtle arid O. R. tion will meet at Beda the fifth Suned the death list to seven. The oth Tinsley. day in May. All singing classes are Tie people have now seen two ers wounded, except Gunnr Tolnas, Moved that the committee be al cordially Invited. jfd.-of Woodrow Wilton as Prsl-d- f a bank clerk, were reported as doing lowed three dollars per day.- - MoE. C. BAIRD. Ch'm'n. it and they hae taken his meas- well. Physicians fear Tolnas will tion lost. It was then moed that ure They have 'found him able; Prionei-- in Germany. die. the committee be allowed $2 per fearlwrs and sagacious In his ad Berlin, March 7. There are 781,-00- 0 It Is believed financial worries day and expenses. Carried. istratlon of public affairs and drove Phillips suddenly insane. icr. prisoners of war interned in Moved and carried that the comfitted for the high posimittee be allowed to use their judg- German camps, according to memtion which he holds. Few, If any, Foimsviu.K. ment as to calling in the pledges bers of the Prussian Diet, who have I reMdenis of our country have had March 8. Mr. Thomas AVallace and making the sale. just returned from a vlit to all the tie vexing questions and hard trials and wife, of near Hartford, visited Moved and carried that this be detention camps. This Is an increase taat ha confronted his statesman- their daughters, Mrs. Amos Cheek of about 200,000 men since the end ship and encompassed his duties. N'o and Mrs. G. Davis Royal, a few days strictly an A. S. of E. pool and that the per cent, be turned Into the A. of December. President, In the wholp, has ac- Iabt week. S. of E. treasury. " quitted himself more nobly or The remains of MIfs Cecil Bruner, Moved that a committee be apblamelefctly. The closing of Con- of Owensboro, were laid to refit here AXXOUXCE.MEXTS. pointed to confer with the State gress dofs not end his trials by any Thursday. Secretary and ask that the State meant, for we are still menaced by Secretary of State. Mr. Chas. K. Miller and family meeting be International troubles. Hut Wilson attended the birthday dinner of and H. M. held at an early date, We are authorized to announce Pirtle was appointed. ' G. B. LIKENS, of Ohio county, as a will not be found lacking in great their mother, Mrs. John H. Miller, Moved that the delegates to ihe executive ability. nomof near Dundee, last Sunday. State meeting be elected and S. M. candidate for the Democratic GenMr. HaslI Westerfleld. Mrs. Chas. Stevens and G. P. Jones were cho- ination for Secretary of State, Tfi? HarriFon Law eral Primary Election, Aug, 1915. which went Into effect the first day Kiislnger and Mrs. Chas. Whlttler sen. 1915. are on the sick Hht. Moved that there be a committee of this month Is one of the most Mr. A. C. Baughn and family, of of three appointed to make arrangedrastic measures ever enacted. UnFor Representative. der the operation of this law no this place, were the guestb of rela- - ments for the State meeting. T. H. We are authorized to announce preparation containing cocaine, op- thes and friends at Magan Saturday Balmaln, T. F. Tanner and H. M. Sunday. Pirtle were appointed. The body-the- J. F. PHILLIPS, of Taylor Mines, ium or any of their derivatives can and Mrs. Will Wallace and son Wil- adjourned to the call of offli as a candidate for the Democratic except by a licensed drugbe nomination for Representative from gist op the prescription of a regls- - bur, of this place, are visiting rela cers. S. L. STEVENS, Pres. In Tennessee. Ohio county in the next General AsH. M. PIRTLE, Sec'y. This inscription Ues sembly of Kentucky, General Pri roun be constantly In evidence for ItKD HIM,. Von Rheumatic? Try Sloan's. mary Election, August 7, 1915. at least two jears. The penalty for March 7. The singing here Sat- Aie you want quick and real relief If violation Is a heavy fine and Impris- urday night was largely attended We are authorized to announce from rheumatism, do what so many onment and the law Is a national and highly enjojedby all present. W. S. DEAN, of Dundee, as a canone. '.No doubt many "dope" users Mr. W. H. Acton, who has been thousand other people are doing whenever an attack comes on, bathe didate for the Republican nominathink thefr "personal liberties" are sick, is Improving, tion for Representative of Ohio being Imposed upon, as In the case Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker and the sore muscle or Joint with county In the next General Assembly Sloan's Liniment. No need to rub of 'ome liquor people viewing ton, of , visited Mr, and Mrs. State Primary ElecIt in just apply the Liniment tof of Kentucky. laws, but the (new drug Doe Burton, of this place, Sunday. the surface. It Is wonderfully pen- tion August 7, 1915. edict teems meeting with genMr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith, of eral approval. Morton, vlslfed Mrs. Smith's par- etrating. It goes right to the seat For Circuit Judge. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Potts, of trouble and draws the pain alWe, print upon the third page of most Immediately. Get a bottle of We are authorized to announce Sunday, y The Herald an article from Liniment for 25c of any JUDGE J. S. GLEXX, of Hartford, Miss Delia Peach, of this place, Is Sloan's an old frjend of ours and a frequent as a candidate for the nomination visiting relatives near Heaver Dam. druggist and have It In the house contributor to the columns of the Mifcses Matilda Morris and Bessie against colds, sore and swollen for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dispaper. He writes upon the subject Vance, of Hartford Route 1, visited Joints, lumbago, sciatica and like trict, subject to tne action of the of Prohibition, to which he Is stren Mlhs Lizzie Burton here Saturday ailments. Your money back If not Democratic party at the State Priuously opposed. In his contention satisfied, but It does give almost In- mary the first Saturday in August, night. he differs fromthe Iews and policy stant relief. m 1915. of The Herald lnargreat measure, (Advertisement.) ItAM'll. but we are not so blamed In our March . The farmers have For State Senator. opinions as to bar opposing views EASTVIEW. a telephone line from Dun-de- e We are authorized to announce March 8. Mr. B. C. Austin, of Iroin our columns; We have, never to Ralph. JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio county, been abje fp entertain but one lew The friends and relatives of Mrs. Beaver Dam, spent frpm Monday as a candidate for the Republican towards the fearful liquor question, Belinda Ann Patton, of Adaburg, until Thursday with relatives in this nomination for State Senator, 7th lclnlty. afnd that Is consistent opposition. gave her a birthday dinner ThursDistrict, composed of Ohio, MuhlenMr. L. D. French made a business Prohibition Is not altogether to sav day, March ith, It being her eightberg and Butler counties. General men's souls, but to save their phys- ieth birthday. A large crowd was trip to Hartford Thursday. Primary Election, August, 7, 1915. Mr. Bill Bartlett and family spent ical and mental faculties. For present and a very delicious dinner from Friday until Sunday with Mr. this reason great employers and W'as served. ' For Circuit Court Clerk. gnat offlrliij poVera are forbidding, Mr. and .Mrs. C. I... Pattou and and Mrs. Les Shaver, at Heflln. We are authorized to announce S. .Mrs. Emlis Ambrose, of Friendthe use of ilquor In their domains children l.'lda O. and Denby of or In other words, enforcing I'rohl-- i .sewijurg, lnd and Mrs. Sarah F. ship, spent Saturday wltlv Mr. and P. McKENNEr, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for billon as best they can Men's evil Ralph and daughter Bertha, of Ev- - Mrs. ,T. C. Duke. paiwlons and imputes must he re- -' ansvllle, Mr. Tom Ambrose Is dangerously Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the Ind., are visiting their fctralned, else we would need few! mother. Mrs. Linda Ann Patfon nt 111 with a complication of diseases. action of the Democrats of Ohio -- county, at the General Primary elec laws of any kind. Adaburg. GOOD VOM. IS CALLED tion, August 7, 1915. Miss Bertha Ralph, of EvansvlIIe, t'tn- - Rent. TO la.ST I.OXG SLEEP lnd spent the week-en- d with Miss brick residence on Cen We are authorized to announce Concerning a I ter street, Hartford. Terms reason Leathel T Patton, ...... ,,.. I I '.in Hiinfnnl n.,.l woman well known A. C. PORTER, of Heflln, as a can..... u. ..,. 1. irtiiuii mm laniiiy anu wh r,....... n.,.i didate for the nomination for Cir able. Apply to J. C. Her. Hartford,! y. 'f,1"',."" ?!'n,,,h f."'1 fan,"y aUen1 "ere the 5 . ally cuit Court Clerk, subject to the acdinner of Mr. Pat- i,ir,.a nf m.U . -- o.... tion of the Democrats of Ohio counFAVOKAIILi: COMMLWr OX (ton's mother Thursday. Mr. J. H. Jlr8. 0. M. Selbert. who had ty, at the General Primary ejection, CAXI....ACVOF 3111. LIKKXS Miller and Mr. T. L. Miller, of. Dun- - , , heaIth August 7, 191,5. Iee' ",,!0 a"e'"'-'- l the birthday din- - dled at Ule fain,ly rcsl(ence 708 The Kentucky Slato Journal, In ner of Mrs. Belinda Ann Patton, of Tuesday evening at Btreet We are authorized to announce commenting on Mr. Likens' candl- - Adaburg. C:30 Mrs. Selbert bad been an In- - OTTO C. MARTIN as a caudidate dacy for ho Democratic nomination Mrs. A. Taul. of near Dundee.' valid for two years, and her death for the nomination for Circuit Court visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wa. dll lo a for Secretary of State, says: , ...... Clerk, subject to the action of the Attlstant Stato Auditor . H. LI- - I'. Ralph, tills week. eases. Republicans of Ohio county, at the kens, who earned the title of "watch Martha Anna Grlgsby was born lu general primary election, August 7, Imi'I TIiIk True? dog of the treasury," before the . 0l,' county, Kentucky,-Januar19. 1915. If the averaue nrnoertv nrniw present administration was "anytlle gamc va,U(j 0 hj weaUh when 1881, making her age at dcdth 3 months old, Iijh made IiIh formal an and 1 1 days, she We are authorized to announce 0' he goes to the bank to - yearH' nounrenieut as a candidate for the ey that he does when borrow mon- WHB ""H1 ' marriage to Mr. WALLACE H. RILEY as a candithe Assessor Democratic nomination for Secretaaround, tho qucbtlon of mon- - bert January 23 J?", and t their date for the nomination for Circuit I ry of State. . ley borrowing would be a thing of unlon ,,,ree rn"',en were born: Court Clerk, subject to tbe action of Mr.- - Likens Is a native of OhJ O In. . . i Pttl--.. O , on.l L'ln... VMna spoil 11 rsi-.- u r. .-, -0- ....u ...cnuyi the Republicans of Ohio county at county, was Circuit Clerk one term iiiu raBi. ilkuiz iteroru. Frances, 7. Besides her husband the General Primary Election, Aug- and Ciiy AUorney of Hartford, and Subwrlbe for Th Hartford Herald, and children Mrs, Selbert Is survlv-'ue- t, 7, 19H (Jaf-ranza to-dant U d to-dv con-Jince i s s Anti-Narcot- ic n tered-'phjfcicla1'ro-hlbhjto-b- e i con-ttruttwSix-rooM ;, , Well Organized. '& td by her parwsts and tme fcrother, who reside la Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Selbert remeved to this city from Kentucky eight years ago and have resided here ever since. The deceased "was a 'woman of t 'most excellent character. She was a member of the Christian church and was faithful to her religions profession In every way. imtttntwtiiimmi KING CORN t 0- The continuance of the European .i War must necessarily create an enor- mous demand" for Corn." This enor(T1 i1 mous vdemand should command a good price for corn. Let every farmer produce all tlie g good com he can. Increase your acreage. Increase your yield per acre. You can increase your acreage by using the celebrated OLIVER Riding Breaking Plows. You can break one-thimore and do it much better. Give us an opportunity to prove this statement in your own field. m rd . You can produce a better yield per acre and a better quality by the liberal use of high grade Commercial Fertilizer. We are prepared to furnish you all these necessities. WAKE UP to this golden opportunity to make more Corn and better Corn. Good corn always brings good money. n 0 &r Q m E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. 7 r V ' it Ji Our Beds Are the Best For Your Money :t f ATEST patterns - and makes in beds are here for your selec Jik CH tion. They are worth your inspection. You will be interested in the" remarkable, value' for' such up to date designs!' 4 , try i Our large stock of furniture is by far the most attractive in this section. You fret eminllv n tmnA ta. turn for your money as you would in the' largest of metropoli; tan stores. . . We keep abreast of the times by carrying new styles. If ... i - iVttj v you are going to furnish or refurnish your home-cal- l on.uii You wilr surely receive satisfaction. Our terms are very lil '' eral. Let us serve you. V ACTON BROS., - Hartford, Ky, Poultry nd Rabbit Fence Cr"l. W UV UUlim? .,, B.le j Woven Wire Farm Fence; Plain Wire; Barbed Wire. Write us for Prices. Freight Paid. ,.,,,,.,, y Fordsville Planing Mill Co. INCORPORATED ' JAKE WILSON, Mgr. -- FORDSVILLE, KY. - v Sel-com- es .. ..-.- Plenty of Good Reading mi Hum im ii ih lilSIS QRjy BM Mm I TNT. 2S8C353SE I ,ni ,. t . J... ... - ' -- M EUSCX UBMUHIKdfedkilHMHBHBiBHI s!iT5H1'fwtijiKyy i t jf WMNPHDAY,i MARCH 10, 1AI5., THE HARTFORD HERALD their friends that evening, assuring In thnt section and Is very popular them they will receive a most wherever known. Tho groom Is the 'generous Welcome. Next week the ladles will glvo a short outline of their program. See the ad. of Cooper Brothers, Beaver Dam's big new store, on 8th page. They handle a large line of general merchandise and will do n' big business. Their opening will occur when every Indy nttencllnr will receive a nice Pres ent. Their millinery department will be especially attractive. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Norrls, Mr. J, A. Anderson and wife, Owensbo-ro- ; Mr. T. L. Anderson and wife, of Beaver Dam, and Mr. S. A. Anderson, Louisville, nttended the funeral An of their mother here Sunday. absent daughter, Mrs. Sudle Travis, of Steubenvillc, Ohio, was not able to be present on account of Illness. Mrs. Oda Selbert died at her residence In Mt. Carmel, III., Tuesday evening of last week, of consumption. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grlgsby, of this city, and leaves n husband and three Mr. and Mrs. small children. Grlgsby left Wednesday for Mt. Carmel to attend the funeral, which took place there Thursday. Mr. Homer MUllgan and wife, Mr. Azro Rowan and wife, Mr. Cleophus Wallace and wife, Messrs. Tom Tanner, Luther King ami F. B. Ren-froall Ohio county people, are at Dawson Springs In attendance nt the State meeting of the W. O. W., In session there yesterday and today. It Is estimated thnt there Is a total of about COO delegates In attendance. At a meeting of the School Board Monday night the following teachers for Hartford College were choH. E. Brown. Principal and sen President; Henry Leach, Vice President: Miss Leila Glenn, high school teacher; O. D. Carson, 7th and Sth grades; Miss Gorin Flener, Sth and Cth grades; Miss Elizabeth Moore, 3d and 4th grades; Miss Katherlne Pendleton, primary grade. Pago . i only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. WIthfow, of Kronos, this county. The Herald Joins these popular young people's many friends in wishing them much happiness. I AN KSTIMA1ILK WOMAN GONE TO ETERNAL REST & F A Good Time Now is a splendid time to do your planning for Spring. We are receiving daily our NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE. Styles are changing, The fabrics are decidedly the prettiest that we have shown for many years. If you are not ready to buy, why not drop in and let us show them to you? Then you will be better prepared in every way to shop wisely and economically. Do this, and remember that IT r M 4 PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Mrs. R. A. Anderson died at the family residence In Hartford Inst Friday evening at 7:30, after n lingering Illness. Uremic poisoning was the direct cause of her death. Mrs. Anderson was born In Daviess county, April 1,2, 1S48, being nearly f.7 years old. She had lived In and near Hartford for 34 years. She wni. n Miss Norrls before her marriage to Mr. Anderson, February 27, ISCS. Mrs. Anderson was the mother of nine children, nil of who are living except one, Mrs. B. H. Ellis, who died several months ago. The others are: J. A. Anderson, Mrs. Luther Norrls, Owens-borMrs. Sudle Travis, Steuben-vllle- , Ohio; S. A. Anderson, Louisville, Ky.; T. L. Anderson Beaver Dam, Ky.; Mrs. Ollle Barnett, A. K. Anderson and Fred Anderson, Hartford. Her husband also survives her. Funeral services were held at the family residence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Eld. Gwlnn, of the Christian church, and Rev. Napier, of tho Methodist church. There was a large crowd In attendance. Interment followed afterward at Oakwood cemetery. Her sons ncted as Mrs. Anderson had been a member of the Christian church for about fifty years. She was a good woman and will be greatly missed. o; pall-bearer- s. BoCYPmeE, & Co. -- 01o'(les Bleqeliii.g individuality in means adaption of the pr.oper style to the proper fabric, a distinctive Ed. V. Price & Co. tailored -- to -- order clothes. Have them build you a suit rtiat reflects YOU but does not reflect UPON YOU! Let us have your measure Today! -- J f7 . Messrs. E. P. Moore, Sam Barnett, E. E. Blrkhead and W. S. Tinsley attended the funeral of Mr. Arch Lewis, of near Thruston, Daviess county, last Monday. They went as the representatives of Hartford Lddge No. 110, K. of P. of which deceased was a member. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Frank Hartford, after which interment took place at the Yellow Creek cemetery. The following were &: I IS. N- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grlgsby were O called to Mt: Carmel, 111., last WedLOCAL NEWS AND PERSONAL POINTS O nesday on account of the death of OOOObOOOOOOOOOOO their daughter, Mrs. O. M. Selbert. For Flour, Feed and Shlpstuff, Hog Jowls at Moore's leat Star-ke- t. Lard, Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Garden Seeds, including eatPhotographer" in ing and Seed Potatoes, call on O. T. "There's 10t4 SCHROETEK. Hartfqrd. 0,BANNON! has J. I. Stevens For; Nubone Corsets call on Miss ' ' 7t4 " purchased a bloodhound Sue Yelser: jtrqm W. F. Fllppin, of ParagpiYld, Mr.'. J. O.'JIler lias returned I from Arl. He Is a line looking dogand Dawson Springs. It is thought he will' make a, teood See. Acton Bros- - for your Seed t,railer. , ' 10t2 Potatoes and Harden Seeds 4. . For anything in. the grocery 'linp bet cah'on R. L.. Dever 2 Co. They American Wire Fen'ce-hbe' t. call qn. U. S. parson, Hartford, alsd handl.e White" 'Seecf and Feed "O For all kinds of Wpven Wire Oats. Seed aud eating Potatoes at 10(4 right nrfces Fencing, call on Acton Bros. ' " "' Hartford, Ky, 10t2 The examining trial of Theodore , i Mr. J. A. Duke. who-- ' nasi been Roach, fo'r killing Steve Taylor' at . on the sick list fpr the past, several Magan recently, was concluded be ' fore Judge Jno. B. Wilson Wednesdays, is improving. :; ..4 day and he was released on the plea ;.. J'iA'--- 3 of See1 0ats ca" on Acton Bro8, Master, .John Riley, son of Dr. 10t2 nmuuru, ivjr.". ' Vi ' and 'Mrs. A. B. Riley, who has been 's S. L. King Is headquarters for dangerously 111' for the past two ,v harness. Dress your teams up at weeks, is improving. Miss Myrtle .Rt4 nflfi.o flint nro vlpht ."W?li' Hoyden a. trained nurse of. Owens-.l- o nvt. ifro'- Mnrv T,vt1i nt LeltrJMnld. Vo, is lu charge. has returned to folartford agaih'ak The local electric light and water miiuner tor air tc ,o. works plant Is closed down a few ' OLD; PAPERS FOR SALE at The days for repairs, A large endless Herald office. Nice and clean, tied drive-be- lt had to be sent Off to be .," up ln.bunde8.u Largq bundle,, 5c. tf shortened.. They expect to have howMessrs. J. C. Riley and son, R. R. lights and water by Riley, ,of the Citizens Bank, who ever. 4 r'l have been ill of grippe, are Improv Mr. J. A. Daniel and family will . move to Pleasant Ridge ise, ing. it will JJL Mr. Fred Robertson left yesterday or next day where Mr. Daniel frii for Oak' Orovej fea.vvbere he will engage in the blacksnilthlng busicontlnuejjls. worH;lev.hribijr bus-- v ness. Their many friends here regret to see them leave. They have Jness.") the best wishes of all. .. T Children's "sewing cwanted- to do. James & Company, of Centertown, Apply to Mrs. John W. Taylor. sold their livery outfit at that place at 'James, H. JjV.llllaopi'bn last Saturday, as announced In these . Roonis union, sireei. ' columns they would do. The purv and baby( of chaser was Mr. F, M. Allen, of the Dr.)J. S. Bean', wife Horsef) Branch, were the guests of same place, who will continue to the former's father, Dr. L. B. Bean, conduct a livery business there. twlty. flrst of the tweck. Mr. M. D. Thomas and wife will r 7 i ... . : L. . . . w. Daniel, uiaion, j. leave for Morgan, Ky this week Mra-- ' genW. Austin, Beaver Dam, and Aivm where they go to enter into the & v'; J Rosfl.'f.Centi among The eral merchandise business with his were father-in-laThe numerous friends HerahPB callers, yesterday. of these popular young people reJust received" two carloads of gret to have them leave. They go - Jonea. Brand of Fertilizer, Have . With the best wishes of everybody. any analysis yea, may callJor. Will Section Throe, of the Methodist ; sell ofaw Isold WF solicited. Sewing Circle will entertain March ei' I 19th in the basement of the New p Wi B- - ELLIS & BRO., Church. The ladles hope to meet all Pf ,P,rpij:e;tiMei 10t4 CSOOOOOO, oooooooo M fc- -- ' Tter ' iii 'Jj self-defens- e. '' ,!" , ,, 1.. . ttf w Yo-rl-fr- tff ,Xh amqng The Messrs. J. W. H. Maddox and A. Cummlngs, V. M. Echols; E. A. Davenport, Stewart, Beaver Dam, Route 2; AuTOWN TAXES. drey Dexter, Beaver Dam; Goodell (1 penalty k4ck ii all town Wooten, L. F. Bennett and T. H. Homer (aes Aiirll tM. Chlnn, Hartford, Route 2r O. T. O'UANNON, Llndley and R. N. Rowan, Hartford, Tji Collector, 7; Jesse H. Barnes, 'Beaver Route '' City 'if lliuironl. 10t4 Dajn; M. A. Benton, Hartford, Route 3;' Luther Dooley, Hartford, R. 7. Fiscal Court in Session. The Ohio County Fiscal Court Palmers' Lyceum Quintette, which nppeared at Hartford College last met lu court hall here yesterday Wednesday night, afforded one .of morning In an adjourned session, the the most thoroughly enjoyed enter- with the following Justices ofWin-so- n tainments or any of the lyceum Peace present: B. W. Taylor, Smith, R. C. Tlchenor, S. W. course. All the ladles are lirst-clamusicians and their voices are Leach. Ed. Shown', W. S. Dean. L. well balanced and splendidly blend- A. McDarilel, B. F. Rice, with Judge Jno. B. Wilson, County Attorney C. ed. The flute, guitar. ban nd h'igh-claand E. Smith and County Court Clerk music was also artistic. Mrs. Palmer is a genius in W. C. Blankenshli also present. We selections and her leadership is sus- are Informed that the Court will totained by tfie other ladies In a likely get'' through with Its work way. The large audience morrow. faultless enjoyed the entertainment hugely. LOTS OK PLEASURE On the third page of this Issue of Tuking pictures uith an Kastumii. The Herald will be found the for- A big line of Kodaks and Supplies mal announcement of Thomas S, just In, also Watches' 11111I .Jcuelry Si'e us Rhea, present State Treasurer, as a at till' V4;ry louest ordering; and save nuiiiey. candidate for the .Democratic nomit. 11. TAPPAN, nation for the, office of Auditor of ' Jeweler tt Optician. .Mr. Rhea, aside 10t4 Public Accounts. from being a "true blue" Democrat, Wanted, has made the State an efficient and painstaking official who has had To buy a span of good work mules. HIRAM MILLER, very many Intricate problems to help Heaver Dam, Ky. of the State 1012 Bolve as a member and Assessment. Board of Valuation Will Speuk Here. Mr. Rhea likewise did valiant serMiss LIda E. Gurdner. Superinof the tendent of Schools of Nicholas counvice last fall as chairman State Democratic Campaign Com- ty, will speak at tho court house In mittee, which resulted In the Demo- Hartford, on Friday, March 12th, at crats carrying the State by the larg- 1 o'clock p. m relative Uo the comest- majority In a general election In ing meeting of the K. E. A., organimany years. Read his announce- zation of trustees and other school ment. matters of vital lmportunce. All friends of education nre InIJAIMJAIXS! j ILUKiAINK! vited, but especially nre trustees and tj. S. Caixm, the (Iroccrjrinan, urged to be present. HnVtfiinl, luis iimny ImrguliiH to of- teachers Pleaso come and tell your friends. grocery fer In the ueueral and fancy Indispensable, line. Cull mid get Ills prices and " sej for yourself 10t4 neaver Dam, Ky., March V., 191.". mm Publisher of Tho Herald, Dear Wlthiow. DiivImui Sir: Will find enclosed $1.00 for Mr. John Withrow, Kronos, aud which please send me tho Hartford Miss Mary May Davison, Yeaman, Herald niiother year. Can't get Ky., were united In marriage at the along without it. residence of Mr. J. H. Iglelieart last Yours truly, Sunday at 0:30 o'clock a. m., Rev. B. N. WILSON. H. P. Brown performing the cereMILLINERY mony lu the presence of a few of At my home at Sulphur Springs. their friends. Mitw Davison Is th daughter of Will be 'lift Hartford every Monday Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Davison, of to take orders, returning them the Grayson county, Ky. The bride following 'Saturday. Headquarters having taught school near Small-bour- e at Hub Clothing Co. 9tf MRS. SARA C. SMITH. last year, mado many friends Herald's recent callers: Mis. SiiHic K. Til) lor Dead. Mrs. Sallie E. Taylor, after a lingering illness, died at the residence Alec Hudson, on of her Clay street, last Monday afternoon, of cancer of the stomach. After funeral services conducted by her pastor. Rev. B. W. Napier, at the residence, her remains were taken to the family burying grounds near Rochester, this county, where after ftiA DW v,,t fitunpol cDrirlnno ' ivo.in Prtnnlu d ml "" " , v" 1... Tnt. .itij'it.1, lwi UJf iii(,iii v iu,. Vniilni lit;, enmntnn WnPa : interred by the side of her husband, Judge Wi B. Taylor, who preceded her on August 13, 1913. The deceased, who was 4." years, 3 months aud 9 days old, had been a consistent member of the M. E. church, South, since 1S92. She leaves tWQ daughters, Mrs. Alee Hudson, Miss Annie Lee Taylor and one son, Harney Taylor, an extensive, relationship and a host of friends surviving. son-in-la- Hub Clothing Co. Hartford, Kentucky. Special Attention! In addition to our regular line of General Merchandise we have a complete line of Automobile Accessories, Tires, Etc., in best -& Jft. set standard brands. Dexter O Baker. Beaver Dam, Ky. (BL TO O I & - & DUe Harrows For Sale. have two Disc Harrows lett and OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO the first purchaser who comes will get them at ?1C apiece. S. L. KINO. John Withrow, Equality, to Mary St4 May Davison, Yeaman, Ky. Hartford, Ky. Ellis Taylor, Cromwell, to Enola Kissinger, Cromwell. .Marvin Barnard, Hartford, Route FOUL UNO FUR PLAY :t, to Beulah Chlnn, Hefliu. ss ty-a- 000000000000000 LICENSED MARRY. ss -o Feeil or Secil Out For Sale. We have Just got In a carload of the best White Feed or Seed Oats which we will sell very reasonable. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., 8t4 The Produce Merchants. GOOD TIME For a Life-Tim- e, - If you buy a SOUTH BEND WATCH, by botli the factory and Jeweler. 1 also have a line line of Diamonds and .Jewelry at the right prices. Quick sales and small profits. All KindB Watch and .lewelry repairing. All work done on a positive guarantee. guiir-unteed You cannot expect to have gooiV and healthy poultry unless you fecfli them on the right kind of Feed to produce health and fat that makes We keep that kind ot tenderness. feed for the farmyard, and our- patrons say they never bought better. (Jives satisfaction wherever tried.' (let your barnyard Feed here and-yowill nlways have satisfactory and healthy Poultry. - u W. E. ELLIS & THE PROUL'CE .MERCHANTS HARTFORD, KY. r 1 M. D. HUDSON, Beaver Dam, Ky. DR. S. C. BAjRD, "V e 13 e 3? xi. & and Dental Surgeon HARTFORD, S. K. KY. y Bennett's Ktiihltv Located at Cnll answeml day or night; yiL jk Page 6 and tempered judgment in the face of perptcxlnK difficulties. Its digni ty and lln strength alike will ap Dliiiol! Cciurnl Rniliond lime Ta- pear not only In the revival of its business, despite abnormal condible at Ilcavcr Dam, Ky. tions, but also in Its power to think, South bound. North Bound. Po.132 5:0Ca.m. No.121 ll;00a.m to purpose, and to act with patience, 2;4Cp.m with disinterested fairness and Ko.122 12:29p.m.No.l01 9:00p.m without excitement, in a eplrlt of Ko.102 3;31p.m. NO.131 enlightenment friendliness aud J. E. Wlllluns, Agt. vhlch will firmly establish Its influence throughout the world." THE HARTFORD HEftALA PHONES INCREASE U system Increased from G, 4 01, 000,-00- 0 in 1907 to 9,133,000,000 in 1912, or by nearly 42 per cent, while during the samo period the number of calls handled by other companies having, annual incomes of $3,000 or over, Increased from to 4,(502,000,000, or by IS per cent. About half the wire mileage and telephones are found ip the eight States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, IlliMichigan nois, Wisconsin, and which together contnln about 40 per cent, of the entire population of the United Stntes. The greatest wire mileage for any one State in 1912, 2,790,000, was reported' by N'ew York, while Illinois stood sec ond, with 1,089,000 miles, and Pennsylvania third, with 1,000,000 miles. In number of telephones N'ew York ngaln ranked first and second, with 970,000 and SU7.000, respectively, while Ohio occupied third place, with 631,000. The smallest number of telephones, were found in Nevada. There are six ocean cable companies Incorporated in the United States, with S3 cabla oflices and 0 miles of cable. These companies handled 2, S4 5,000 messages in 1912, an increase of 20 per cent. ovcr the number for i907. In addi- tlon, the Western Union Telegraph Company operated 22,800 miles of cablo-anhandled nearly 3,000,000 cables messages In 1912. 44,-8Cd WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 10, 191t!. The Hartjord Herald At An Amazing Rate In This Country, AS SHOWN CONGRESS ENDS !MSTIX . cvtu-- VKKY I'OOIt : ''on nrxtsnv son, BYCENSUS BUREAU a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Washington, March 3. The quin and it always does me good." quennial report on telephones, teleHeadache, backache, side ache, nervousness, graphs and municipal electric fire feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut alarm and police patrol signaling ly trouble. Signs that you heed Cardui, the woman's systems, relating to tho calendar tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying. Cardui year. 1912, will soon be given out for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing by Director William J. Harris, of women for more than fifty years. the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce. This report JM meal?' will show thnt the amount of tele"It's the same way with some phone wire in use in the United A SKA SOX OP gilKT AT IIAXD farmers," continued the professor. oiaies mcreaseu ironi amiosi i.i.- "There are many things soil can uuu.uuu nines, in iyui 10 mure uinn Washington, March 4. At 12:04 miles in 1912, or In o'clock p. in. tlie Senate adjourned be relied upon to do after It has 20,000,000been properly fed, but they forget about (14. per cent, while the numFine die. The hands of the clock the feeding. They overlook the fact ber of miles of commercial telein tho House were turned back minutes to allow clearing up of that for years they have been tak- graph wire, including ocean cable, To the Housewife. sonic minor business. At 12: IS ing things out of the soil without Increased during tlie" same period Madam, it your husband Is like o'clock the House adjourned bine putting anything back into it. Forc- from over 1,024,000 miles to neared crops, though necessary in mod- ly 1.SS2.000 miles, or by ir per most men be expects you to look die. Congress ern agriculture, are In a broad cent. after the health of yourself and Tho Indian bill failed in Statistics as to telephone calls children. ' Coughs and colds are After the Senate sense, unnatural. Hence, Xature after nil, only for companies the most common of the minor ailcannot be relied upon to preserve are available had once rejected it and then Its action and passed It, the the balance. That the farmer Is having annual incomes of $r,000 or ments and are most likely to lead to which in serious diseases. A child is much House refused to agree, and a joint required to nourish the land which over. Such companies, extending current ap- works for him is just as reasonable 1012 operated aout 94 per cent, of more likely to contract diphtheria lesolutlon propriations for another year was as that ho must feed his hired the wire mileage and about S4 or scarlet fever when it has a cold. per cent of the telephones, reported If you will inquire into the merits allowed to stand. The same action men." for that year approximately of the various remedies that are followed the failure to pass the Health Promotes Happiness. 000,000 calls, an increase of recommended for coughs and colds, e appropriation bill. Without health, genuine Joy is The total appropriations of the Impossible; without good digestion about 32 per cent, over the number you will find that Chamberlain's cession were approximately $1,120,- and regular bowel movement you (10,400,000,000) reported for 1907. Cough Remedy stands high in the During the Fame period the business 484,224, several millions under the cimot have healthy Why neglect of the telegraph companies (land, estimation of people who use it. It Is prompt and effectual, Congresses. When you pay $895 for lecord of previous pleasant keeping bowels open and risk being In the closing hours President lick and ailing? You don't have to. ocean and wireless combined) in- and safe to take, which are qualian Allen 34 you get creased from approximately "Wilson signed the seaman's bill, the ties especially to be desired when a Take one small Dr. King's New Life $895 of car. messages to 109,C63,000, medicine is intended for children. neutrality resolution empowering Pill at night, In the morning you The Allen 34 has an per cent. For sale by all dealers. to prevent ships leaving Amer- will have a full, free bowel move- or by about 3 him m You don't pay a cent for unAllen 37 horsepower The capitalization teleof the (Advertisement) ican ports with supplies for bellig- ment and feel much better. Helps Weston -- Mott necessary overhead expense. phone companies with incomes of floating axle, mohair top ls erent warships, promoted Col. your appetite and digestion. Try ?.",000 or over and leather upholstery, We build intecrity into every Allen increased from to be a .Major (lencral for his one Warner transmission and m ?7.1S,000,000 In 1907 to ?991,000,-00- 0 automobile. Our organization is cervices as builder of the Panama (Advertisement) steering gear, d I In 1912, or by more than 30 strong and permanent. We are in drive, expandCanal, and gave promotions to other For Infants and Children. -- inch ing brakes, 110 per cent. During the came time the the automobile business to stay. Del) hig the "Kleinents." officers associated with the work. vtheelbase, demountable of the telegraph Tin Kind You Havi Always Bought Xew York, March 0. The White capitalizations The Administration bill, the PhiOur purpose is to make every Allen rims, aluminum crank lippine bill, the conservation bills, Star liner Baltic, carrying IS, 000 companies decreased from $253,-000,0case and aluminum transcar do its part in upholding our Bears the mission ate, full equip' to $232,000,000, or by,, Athe rural credits provision of the' tons of war supplies, steamed from reputation for giving the greatest ment ef electric lights Signature of agricultural bill and ratification of this port, for Liverpool, possible value for the price wc'gcL Her pproximately S per cent. This dearid electric starter. " NicCaptain J. H. Hanson, crease, however, was due entirely to the treaties with Colombia and commander. The welcht cf the car to If you have been waiting until you 2300 lbs., which, wlth'the d aragua all Adminis- said that, so far as he was concern- a reduction of $23,000,000 In the The reason a man Is not smarter could buy a strong, swift, safe, power of the motor, insure economy of operation. measures fell by the way-bid- e. ed, he "would My the Hrltlsh tlag capitalization of wireless telegraph than his wife is because she lets tration handsome car without paying a dolcompanies. Excluding the figures him think he Is. We build fire othar from America to hell," notwithlar more than its actual worth, the models, three rosd.lcrs for such companies, an increase in standing German submarines. What I'lvMdeiit Thinks. Dd two touring cars. Allen 34, touring carat capitalization rensioa in nrlca troi of $2,200,000, or Washington, March 4. After his It was said that the Haltlc car895, is the complete answer to S87S to:$13! 1 per cent, is shown. ried In her holds merchandise and about return to the White House your requirements. The net income of the telephone CONSUMPTION TAKES President Wilson dictated the fol- foodstuffs sufficient to fill l.IiOO In ttylt, finish, fewer, ectntmy if operation, equipment, scrvictable companies witli Incomes of $."i,000 lowing statement about Congress freight cars. qualities and price, Allen tars take the lead DAILY or more Increased from $41,200,000 On her and its work: decks were lashed 40 PEOfLE d "A great Congress has closed its automobile trucks, in 1007 to $51,300,000 in 1912, or Over 350 people succumb to consessions. Its work will prove the which were consigned to the British by nearly 25 per cent, while durinK sumption every day In the United States. Factory Represenfatires for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Vii-ttfpurpose and quality or its statesScience proves that the germs only Territory, Soutkera Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Government for use, It was said, by the same period the net Income of the telegraph companies decreased thrive when the system is weakened from manship more and more, the longer English troops In Franco. Dealers i Write or wir for agency proposition from ?9, 050,000 to $0,400,000, or colds or sickness, overwork, confining it Is tested. Business has now a duties or when general weakness exists. .. time of calm and thoughtful adjust- How To Give Quinine To Children. by about The best physicians point out that KRBRIUNK Is the name given to an The number of employes reported during changing seasons the blood should ment before it, disturbed only by imnrm.Hnitlinn. ltli.T.ci.l...c...K .u... companies with in be made rich and pure and active by taknot disturb the stomach. "' telephone the European war. The circum- nnt to take and does never ana Is after meals. The stances created by the war put the innaren taice it aaapica to know itwhoQuinine. comes of $5,000 and over increased ing Scott's EmulsionEmulsion warms cod cannot aiso especially adults liver oil in Scott's the Quinine. Does take nauseate nor approximately 131,000 In body by enriching the blood ; it peculiarly nation to a -- pedal test, a test of Its cameordinary ness nor rinsing not the head. Try from nervous in it the next time you need Quinine for any pur 1907 to 183,000 in 1912, or by over strengthens the lungs and throat, while it true character and of Its l. pose. Ask for original packaee. The came 1'HUKILINH is blown inbottle. S3 cents. 30 per cent, while during the samo upbuilds the resistive forces of the body period the number of persons em- to avoid colds and' prevent consumption. "The constant thought of every If you work indoors, tire easily, feel . 1JICS CM'ISIIIXG ployed by telegraph companies rose languid or nervous, Scott's Emulsion is the patriotic man should now be for the The Farm Agency of the Continental Fire Insurance from 28,000 to 38.000, the rate of most strengtbeningfood-tnedicin- e country. Its peace. Its order, its Just known. Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, formerly represented by Relow we submit It is totally free frotri alcohol or any greatest increase being nearly 3C per cent. the stupefying drug. Avoid substitutes. lubbing offer we have ever made In The Hell Telephone system In A. C. Yeiser, has been transferred to me. I also have Scott & Downe, Bloomficld. N. J. onnectlon with The Herald: 1912 controlled nearly 75 per cent, the Agency for the recording business in the following MaitforU Herald 1 year $1.00 of the total wire mileage and ovcr !()?. Magazine, monthly 58 per cent of the total number of 1.00 companies: Continental, Hartford, .Etna, Phamix How's This? 1 yr. . . 1.00 telephones 'in. Weekly Knqiilt-eIn use. It also controllWe offer One Hundred Dollars and Fidelity underwriters, which includes the business I'o.Daj's Magazine, mo 50 ed nearly 51 per cent of the public Reward for any An case of Catarrh remedy for "aim & Fireside, seinl-ni- o written in all towns in Ohio county. no exchanges maintained "by companies that cannot be cured by Hall's colds. That is what Peruoa Poultry I'olnteifi. monthly 25 with annual Incomes of $5,000 or Catarrh Cure. These are all old line Insurance Companies. is. In successful use over over, and handled fit!1 per cent, of P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. I will be glad to have you call on me or I will see We, have Total $4.25 the calls made over the lines of Cheneythe undersigned, years, known P. J. 50 years. for the last K and believe Wo will Bend the whole bunch. sucli companies. you at your home for anything in the Insurance line. The wire mileage him perfectly honorable In all bualnevs transactions and financially able mo year each, to any address for of the Hell system Increased from out any obligations made by his to carry nrm. Colds are caught In many NATIONAL BANK OK COMMENCE, nly tfl.0.". Did you ever hear of S.947,000 in 1907 to 15,133.000 In Toledo, O. v;ays: Illy ventilated rooms; he like? Subscribe XOW. Address 1912, or by more Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, than 09 per cent. rooms that have direct draughts; directly the blood and muTho Herald, Hartford, Ky. tf During the same time the wire mile-ng- e actingsurfaces of upon system. Testimonials cous the crowded rooms; damp houses; Office 'Phone, No. 60. free. Price Residence 'Phone, No. 41. of all other systems combined sentall Drugglsti. 75 cents per bottle. Sold by stuffy school rooms; offices illy Well Put. Take Hall's. Family Fills for constipation. 0, Increased from 4,052,000 to 5.11C,-00A clever heated. convict, who wanted or by a little over 20 per cent. A dose of Peruna at the right more than the regular prison fare, The total number of telephones In time, at the first symptom of inco made a complaint in rather incold, before the bones begin to genious terms. An Inspector enter-- d use (extiuslvo of railway, govern"Kc.EiNr'r-CTciMc.Ti- r private telephones not , zche, before the sore throat the man's cell, and found It very mental or connected with public exchanges) manifests itself, or the cough, or lot and stuffy. G, 118,000 in 1907 to GIVEN QUtOK RELKF "Why have you got your ventila- increased from the discharge from the nose, just 8,730,000 in 1912, or by nearly 43 Palo leaves almost a dose or two of Peruna before tor cloWl?" lie asked. per cent. Tho telephones under fho as if by magic when these symptoms begin is generTho prisoner answered plulntlve- -' you begin usiog control of tho Dell and of tho indeally sufficient. But after the cold the f amoujold pendent systems numbered 3,132,- s once established with the remedy for Rheuma"Well, Inspector, tho last time I V (INCOKPOKATKD) tism, Lumbago, Gout, tpd the ventilator open a wasp ilew 000 and 2.98C.0O0. respectlely, lit above symptoms prominent, a Sciatica, Neuralgia 1907 and 3, 087,000 and 5,043,000, n. you seo, and carried off my dln-tbottle of Peruna, or maybe two, and kindred troubles. respectively, In 1912, tho will be necessary. while my hack was turned." It goes right to the ages of increaso being 02 for tho spot, stops the aches 'Tor eevcraj ,.ear, j ,mve b Tinned Out To Htaive. former and 22 for the latter. The and pains end makes troubled with cold at each dinnse of season. I took Peruna una have life worth living. Get London, March C. Tho Evening number of calls handled by tfio Hell Will wire your house not been troubled with the (lightest cost. Electric Lights a bottle of N'ews publishes a dispatch from ccld this entire Beaton." Mr. Harry today. A booklet with healthy rjthcr. . JSZS Moaner St, Haiti, Rotterdam, saying that owing to' safe. JVo home or business house each bottle gives full more, Mil. he shortage of food in Hermany, ' Our Arfvk fop directions for use. should be without them when within reach. "I clvo the children Peruna If they vSZTmfwmm SH have, U cold, and It always relieves When yos eel out of sorts freas Don't delay. Demand tho German authorities have order.' thtrn." Mm. r. v, Hayes, 1J7 Druid m tm Don't ac us sey fMuoo, Ms id tho expulsion of 300 Chinese. A ilJJl Ave., lldlUmore, Mil. cept anything else in "Whtn I feel u cold coming on I ttong Netherlands police forco ban clace of it An alnu. title u little I'truna, nnd It dora ms cen sent to the. frontier to prevent' do not relieve yew,, see pbysJefca, Rboct," Mr, Charles H. Many, 12 Water fist caa msyly It you live too far , Herald-O- nly N. V. UU 0lnln-from a drug store seed One Dollar to hefce men from entering Hutch because do other bom NBieuy vB. "Nfi family should ever l without Swaaton Kbeumatlc Cure Co.,.Newuik, ferunu, for It I an unfailing curs and complications aro ex- - tkJdonlyLyuc.lOeeateVi'. Ohio, and a'bcttle cf Will be Mrs. u. r, Jones, lurn-Ini- r lpect,cd, for (!(. the correspondent declares. teat prepaid. jrluf; Ky, James H. Williams. MiiraON Kansas City, March 0. Professor Henry (5. Eell, soil expert of the 11 Improvement Middle West Soil Committee, told the following anecdote at a luncheon given here: House and Senate Ad"A young man In suddenlyi reduced financial straits, whose health journ Sine Die. wan also bad, recently consulted a doctor friend, who could be relied FAIL on to "forget the bill.' BILLS "After an examination, the physician said, 'Here, Jones are soma tablets. Uegfn by What President WilsonThlnks .your next meal.' taking one after " "Just one thing more, Doc,' About Congress and Its said JonoJ, 'owuld you mind givEventful Session. ing me a quarter for that next More Than Twenty Million Miles Of Phone Wire Now In Use. WHKllK PHOXKS AUK TIIICKKST says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman s tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so .bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui. I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps m n i CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! llf-te- y. yr i I J 13,-73.- 1, b post-ofllc- The Allen 34 worth Price, $895 Study these facts en-pi- 103,-949,0- X C!oe-tha- CASTOR A left-han- to-da- -I hard-presse- to-da- y. 350 semi-armore- Kenton Motors Co. SSSff&T oia one-third- ' tracle-nnr- IMPORTANT NOTICE! 14 i OFI-'KK- 14-- COLDS up-to-da- te r h let itf: I . E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. RHEUM ATIG SUFFERERS Light and Power Company E. G. er Saxand BARRASS MGR., oa?a., at BLr. dean, art uh i je. ter-"Itor- y, Hartford STJBSOEIBB I $1 Per Year ISTOWI J rsM w" i:,. .v. .... j-- r.j' 4, JiVsri tkn. , . r f ! ill rr ( ' WMDNKHIIAr, MAUCIf 10, IB I R. THE HARTF6RD HERALD that the, efforts of the American Commission of Belief to save tho civilian population of Belgium from starvation are thus threatened with Immediate danger, ns Rotterdam Is the only practicable port through which the' Belgians can be fed, and It Is argued that the relief ships must bo able to proceed to and from that port by the direct route, with a sate conduct under tho commission flag, or the whole work of relief will become hopeless for practical reasons. The American Minister to tho Netherlands, Henry Van Dyke, on being apprised of this report, said: "I am infinitely sorry for this. I have done my best to get a better answer from Berlin, but none comes. Sucely, ships engaged In this humane work ought to be sacred, but It seems not. Just now the case looks dark. God pity If the decision stands!" Bel-glu- Page 7 l PHILANTHROPIS I clos In Holland WORLD'S IS IN LEXINGTON His Theories on Human Ills and A City Built Especially For the Secret Service. It of 190G and bears Washington, the BUILT IN CALIFORNIA which Is said to good. The number In the hands of tho EIGHTH WONDER D of the series the portrait of workmnnshlp of be particularly of the specimen Secret Service Is Staging 01 Motion ooiM'Ki: If .Their Corrections Win Him Fame. Picture Scenes. Heralded as the eighth wonder of tho world, Universal City, Cal., will open its gates as a municipality March 1G and throw open to the world the doors which until that dnte will hold from Inspection what Is termed the most complete and remarkable city ever built for tho purpose of staging moving-pictur- e scenes, for, In fact, the entire city will be for this purpose alone. The city Is the product of the imagination of Carl Laqmmle, pres ident of tho Universal Film Manufacturing Company, who about a year and six months ago went to the West and purchased a barren tract of ground, which had previously been a ranch. Under his direction everything necessary for a model city was brought to the newly purchased site, which is but a short distance from Los Angeles. Sewer systems, parks, boulevards, theaters, restaurants, churches, residences everything one sees here and in any other city soon made their appearance, and everything everywhere was Intended for tho development of the moving-pictur- e business. One permanent feature of the city Is one of the laigest and most complete menageries ever collected In one place, gotten together at enormous expense and housed in especially constructed steel cages on permanent foundations. The real estate purchased Includes a couple of mountains, a river or two, a few small hills, a forest and a lake, not to mention numerous other incidentals. , Expense was not considered in tho completion of Universal City, everything being of a permanent nature. All of the buildings, the bridges over the streams and gullies, the largest moving-pictur- e stage In the world, etc., are built in such a manner that a chameleon would bo kept busy trying to imitate the changes possible, for everything In tho city can bo changed In short notice to conform with the style of architecture of any country in tho world or any period known to history. The official opening has been set for March 15 and everybody In the world will be welcome. Invitations have been extended to the President of the United States, many of the Mayors and Governors, countless other celebrities. Many of the best-knpfilm actors make their headquarters at Universal City, and every possible convenience has been looked after In anticipation of a host of visitors to the official opening. Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure. The worst cascB. no matter of how long ntandiur. are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Di roller's Antiseptic Healinir OH. It relieves Fain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1 00 iiuiiiiirrs roit iiussia aim: madij uv.nv Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, nnd which has heen in uso for over 30 years, has homo the ninaturo of nud lias boon made under his pcr- sonal Htincrvlslon slneo its infancy. Allow mi mm! rw1nrrivivnit In tlilu. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd" Just tisMil,'nro lint Experiments that Irltlo with audcntloner tlio health of Infants and Children Experience- against Experiment. Lexington, March 9. er, the millionaire I,, T. Coop- A J-- & & 4. who, has been so Widely discussed throughout the Hast, ,1s In Lexington, a guest ol the Phoenix Hotel. Mr, Cooper came to Kentucky 'from New York, where he spent the past nine months meeting the public and explaining his views on health and .hygiene. Mr. Cooper is a man tit rare talents, magnetic toted and charm or manner. He never ceases to surprise you with OHSKKVATIOXS ABOUT TII1J GOVERNOR'S RACK the Infinite variety of his knowledge and Its absolute correctness Five candidates for Governor and thoroughness. Mr. Cooper clalni3 chiefly that have announced for the Democratic Not a wortl of adverse most of the HI health of y Is nomination. due almost entirely, to those habits criticism have we seen in any of which best distinguish the white he State papeis for any of them except Owsley Stanley, nnd In every man from the Jungle. He says that nine times out of ten It Is the re- case the critics were for Beckham sult, more or less, of a weakened, against Stanley In the Senatorial stomach and that nine race. Stanley ran against Beckham times, out of ten these disorders are and that fact of Itself, constituted an unpardonable sin with some of due to too much eating and drink- these fellows. Beckham won In the ing, or our careless method of livprimary, and Stanley and his friends ing. But It Is always possible, he says, supported, voted for nnd helped to elect Mr. Beckham. Mr. Beckham to make somo effort toward health- Is United States Senator, and Stanliving .and in connection with ful ley Is his lectures he is introducing his Should a candidate for Governor. he or any other man be held medicine Tanlac to prove up famous In derision and scorn just behis theories. cause he had Tanlac Is called the magic medi- the favorite the tomerlty to oppose of any man or clement? cine and Is made mainly from- the Stanley, In his race for- Senator, medicinal properties of a plant dismade a crackerjack race, even If he during the researches of covered lost, and this is what hurts some of Cooper's uncle, the renowned scienthose who littist, on an island In the Pacific tle of Mr.criticise him. Not a Beckham's strength In ocean, west of Mexico. the Senatorial race was due to tho Compounded in Cooper's great Injustice that was laboratory, even as mysteriously as Bradley was elected, done him when and there were famous mineral waters are formed, 18,000 votes that science of man, the chemist's went to McCreary. the Doubtless If skill and acquired medical lore, are McCreary had not been a candidate set at defiance by Tanlac so far as Stanley would have gotten a largo imitation Is concerned. proportion of the latter vote, and Tanlac, It Is claimed, quickly ov- would have beaten Beckham. Will ercomes stomach, kidney and intes any of those who are so free with and will actually their criticism of Stanley deny this? tinal ailments, prolong life by restoring and keepStanley has a large following In ing up the vigor of jouth. the State, and each and every one In New York, Boston anil Phila- of the other candidates will acdelphia, as well as In Lexington, knowledge that he Is the contending thousands have been converted to man. His chances for winning the Cooper's theories and have been nomination are most excellent. He benefited by his marvelous medi- may win, and he may not, but he Is cine. a game lighter and he Is not a sulky of a loser. A very large percentage of Mr. Cooper Is something philanthropist, as he contributes a the vote polled for Stanley, in the large proportion of his Income an- Senatorial race, will be cast for him nually to charity and suffering peo- for Governor in (the primary elecple. tion. With five candidates In tho Mr. Cooper gives the agency for field for the gubernatorial nominahis medicine to one drug store in tion, each with more or less each city. The Ohio County Drug strength, If Stanley gets Co. has been nwarded the exclusive as many votes as he got In the Sensale of Tanlac in Hartford, and the atorial primary, he will win the remarkable medicine can also be ob- nomination. If he does, will his tained in Beaver Dam from Z. Wil- carping critics then do as ho did-- 1 Advertisement. bur Mitchell. support the nominee? That which evoked the adverse BKLGIUM II-- ' "GOD IMTV TIIK DECISION STANDS" criticism was "a shot" that ho took at Percy Haly, whom ho claims is head of an "Invisible governThe. Hague, March 5. The Ger- at the If what H'J to ment" at Frankfort. man Government has determined says is true, is it not well for the! refuse to grant any more safe conpeople to be warned of the condlion ducts fpr American relief ships to exists? If It is not true, is touch dt English ports for coal on that voyage, nccordlng to Haly a child in swaddling clothes, the homeward to defend himself? Air. Haly advices received here, and It Is also unable mnn-age- r. authority that was Mr. Beckham's campaign reported on the same He Is an astute, a permit for tho return voyage to politician, a man with a world of the United States will be given only horse sense, and ho has proven In north of the Shetland Islands. past that he is abundantly nble It is considered in Influential clr- - the take caro of himself. Beckhnm to is out of it. Ho hns been elected to tho highest office within the gift of Shelby the peoplo of Kentucky. HOW A Record. er m two-thirfar-seei- philanthropist, The l'npn Metallic Cartridge? Company Is manufacturing l.r.00,-00- 0 cartridges a day. No cartridges are consigned td any one nation, but are sold to "agents" In this city d About of tho output Is going totlussla, and a copper bullet, designed for the Russian Oovernnumt, Is being used. It Is said here that tho price of lead Is so high, owing to the European war, ttiat European nations have been compelled to use copper, which Is cheaper, and can be made Into bullets from a continuous piece of copper wire. The copper bullet Is said to be poisonous. Bridgeport Cor. New York World. one-thir- wVtI, - A. K. Notice To Creditor. Ohio Circuit Court. Pate. Admr., Plaintiff, vs. Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd 800111111? Syrups. It is x'lcn.saut. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrlshucss. It cures Diarrhuja and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Sorrels, giving healthy and natural bleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A Anna .Bell King, et al Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of J. Tt. King, deceased, are hereby notified to file same with me at my office In Hartford, Ky., properly proven, on or before the aoih day of March, 19ir, or they will be forever barred. Given under my hand this February 15. 1915. 7ti E. E. BIUKHEAD. Master Commissioner. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (&zTu&uht The In Use For Over THE CCMTAUfl COMPANY, . aaa Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly aa M You Have Always Bought 30 Years. JT MURRAY KTfltCT, NCW VOHK CITY. The Old Standard general strengthening tonle. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c Also, Reginald, remember that you can't tell by the set of a bride's veil how she's going to look In a klnvono. " Subscribe for The Hartford Herald OUR SCIENTIFIC Horse and Mule Collars. We are putting in a stock of harness, breeching hames, fec, all of the best high grade goods. Any one wanting a horse or mule collar should see our VAPOR TREATMENT FORCOLDTROUBLE! Aro now used In all hospitals. Til vapors are Inlmleil direct to tho spc without Injuring tin- - stomach a3 do In tcrnal remedies. Tho vapora aro con fined YICftSptfaSALVE that they aro released by tho heat the body when applied to the tliroj nnd chest Ono kooi! rub will rellev a cold; croup la cured In rlfteen - mill titea. At all lruKKt:its, 25c. OUi- an $1.00. Sample on lniuest. Vlck Cher Greensboro, N. f leal Co., no o scientific collars. They are made of the best grade leather, double stitched, and are made to fit. They do away with'the pad andsore shoulders. They are a comfort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. 1 Growing Children frequently need a food tonic and tissua builder for their good health. Ga.ll Williams lb Miller, BEAVERDA.M, KY. on f containing UfpopJioiphtfcs ia the prescription for this. James H. Williams. CletBief Promotes HAIR BALSAMhalt. & soil beautifies a laxuri.nt frrowth. PARKER'S The Herald-O- Look Out For I 10110787. Washington, March C. A new gold cercounterfeit twenty-dolla- r tificate has been discovered by tho Never 7alls to B.Btore Qray Hair to ita Youthful Color. rruTenta hair fallinc. Ko uniKlOdRtDrngirlit $1.00 a Year SUBSCRIBE NOW nly Olive Oil Flesh Builder One of the best known and most reliable) tissue builders. Sfexoflt OHvfOH SEND US YOUR FOR is both a flesh builder and nerve tonic. Pleasant to take. Easy to digeat. James H. Williams. ((mtamxng Jlvpopboiphittt Professional Cards DEEP Barnes Smith Attorneys At Law & SEATED COUGH vr n cough, a system and my lungs wera awfully weak and sore. I am un electrician by occupation and my cough kept me awako nights so I thought at times I would have to give up. I tried everything everybody suggested and had taken so much medicine I was disgusted. "One evening I read about Vinol and decided to give ft a trial. Soon I noticed an improvement I kept on taking it and today I am a well man. The soreness is all gone from my lungs, I do not have any cough and have gained fifteen pounds In weight and I am tolling my friend that Vinol did it." Fbank HlLLMAN, Camden, N. J. g inis the curative, It fluence of coda' livers aided by the strength creating properties of tonic Iron, contained in Vinol, that made it so auceeesful in Mr. Hillman's case. We ask every person in this vicinity raftering from weak lungs, chronio oaghfl, or a s condition of the system to try a bottle of Vinol on our guarantee to return yeur money if it falU to help you. Inn? H. William, run-dowtissue-buildinblood-making, nm-dow- And Sore Lungs Were Overand delay. Why make yourself an come by Vinol Mr. easy proy to serious ailments nnd Statement of Facts epidemics as the result of a neglect Coughs and coldj Pap ed cold? Follows: strength and vitality unieps Camden, N. I had a deep seated jour Hill-man's - KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, filetnra.VV.il llnruea ami V. K. SwlM. No Um to Try iiml Wear Out Your announce tliut tliev have formed nartnnr. ship for tli general practice of law, ex Cold It Will Wear You cent criminal uud tllvorca cases, Sir, Hinltt being County Attorney, la prevented from Out Instead. practicing; such cases. keep on suffering Individually accept such Mr llnruea will Thousands practice. om lu Hartford Kepubllcau building, liar coughs and colds through neglect ford, Ky. m J. M. PORTES, J." Attorney at Law, BEAVER DAM, KY. checked In tho early stages. Dr. Will practice his prolcsalon In Ohio and is olnlng counties. attention given la si King's Now Discovery Is what ou buslneasentrusted Special care. to his helps. Your noed tho first doso head clears up you broatho freely FRANK L. FELIX, and you feel bo much bolter. Buy and start tr.kliu at a bottle m once. HA&TF0XD, XY. (Advertisement.) Will practice bis profession In Ohio and a sluing counties and In the Court of Appeal v'rlralnal practice and Collections spcclali. I.oiiS Distance Wur. to-d- Attorney at Law, Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Any of this Linens and Merchandise Domestic Linings Cf " be and Embroid- at nce by . eries Veilings PARCEL POST Neckwear and Send for Handkerchiefs Style Sheet for ; Dress Trimmings Fall and Winter Infants Wear also Complete Housefurnishings Style Book Shoes Art Goods Trunks and Bags i . EFIS Gloves Ribbon Notions Stockings Jewelry-Lace-s Leather Goods Toilets Men's Furnishings Millinery Waists MuslinjU nderwear Corsets buits Uoats and 1JA4fe Dresses Lace Curtains Oflct lb the Herald building "And then the Captain telephoned his men to charge." T. Wado Stratton "Telephoned, eh? Well, bolng an Cromwell, Ky. ofllcnr under those clrcumstancos STRATTON' Isn't so bad." the man I nthe moon wasa coon . Tkr IhWm Otto C. Martin Hartford, Ky MARTIN We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Ask For Attractive Folders Attorneys at Law TMMnNK MfMt Tht Hm4 HARTFORB, KY. Because of its tonic arj laxative effect. LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN1NK is better than ordinary Will practice bis profession In thli Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor ringing In bead. Remember the full name and and adjoining counties,' Collection! loot for the signature of K. W. CKOVH. 25c. Commercial and Some people assume they can't have a good time by being good. STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (INCORPORATED.) !!. it. Specialty, service. Prompt and s Criminal Practice t vlgoroni LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. itJhLAlaA-- . tfatlfc i inrfhiHntlrtiiii.M E9BEHi Page 8 THE HARTFORD HERALD I WHOKMHDAY, MARCH 19, 118. ; WMP'j J ,1 V Announcement Of Opening Of ti ?i leaver Dan's Kef til lore THURSDAY, MARCH COOPER BROTHERS, 11, '15. , Everything in General Merchandise Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Hats, Shoes, Millinery, Groceries, &c. ' The Millinery Department will be under the supervision of. Miss Dolly Miller, an experienced Hat trimmer of Owensboro. i M hh JWk h Ji "Mk ' The Hartprd Herald TA- And M., II. Ji. E. UAIIiUOAD TIME BLE AT HAKTKOIin, ICY. South No. 113 North No. 114 Bound due at Hartford 0:20 a. m. Bound due at Hartford 1 l. m. 'oith IIllllllll No. 112 Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. South Mound No. Ill Lv. Ar. Hartford. ..2:05 p. Irvington. .5:35 p. Irvington. .5:4G p. Louisville.. 7: 40 P. p. p. p. p. m. m. m. m. chants go right along selling patent March 8. Little Audry Louise, and proprietary medicines without only daughter of Air. and Mrs. Geo. paying anything for the right. Barnes, died tho 5th of this month, after a long illness of pneumonia. iion:VEMi. March 8. Mrs. L. S. Engler and She was 4 years old. After funeral daughter, Mrs. Will Humphrey, services conducted by Rev. A. B. started to Evansvllle, Ind., last Fri- Gardner at the homo, two miles out day to make Mrs. Engler's brother, the Hartford Pike, her remains were laid to rest by the side of her Mr. Henry Overton, a visit. Mr. Perry Wakeland, of Paradise, little brother in the Sunnysldo cem The little fellow preceded Is repairing Mr. W. D. Shull's house etery. and will moe into It as soon as he her several years ago. Mr. D. L. Miller has bought tho can get It finished. We are glad to say Mr. Billy! farm of the late Mr. Joe Sanderfur Johnson is Improving slowly. Please correct this mistake. It was Mr. Sam Fogle that traded his farm for Mr. Woodburn and Bros. property In Itockport, Instead of Mr. Sam Taylor. Quito a number of our neighbors attended the trial of the road case at Hartford last Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday. Said road com mences at J. S. Clark's, thence by Eh Is Williams, Jim Russel, Ed. and Layton Williams, Will Shull to the upper Hartford and Paradise road at the end of John Miles' lane. Esq. Ed. Shown spent Friday night last with Mr. J. S. Clark and Satur day night with Mr. Layton Williams, looking over the new proposed road. He v. George (Jordon, of Prentiss, preached at Pond Run Baptist church last Saturday and held prayer meeting Sunday. He spent Sat urday night with his daughter, Mrs. Henry Cummlngs. Tho Pond Hun Baptist church has called Itev. Collard.lof .Roslno, to take charge of that church for a year. jet they let the general mer- UEAVEH DAM. led by Miss Isabelle Thomas, of Narrows. Miss Posy Funk, of near Clear Run, visited relatives here last week. Misses Edna Black and ,Earsey Mjlburn were In Hartford Saturday, shopping, Mr. Estill Austin, son of widow Austin, died at her home Tuesday and was burled at Bethel burying ground Friday. Whenever You Need COME LOOK AT BW OUR . THINGS' READY TO WEAR BBBBBBBi a General Tonic Take Grove's Louisville.. 8:33 Irvington. 10:0C Lv. Irvington. 10:40 Ar. Hartford. ..1:40 II. V.. m. m. m. m. MISCHKE, Agi. OLATON. r Hi ;. IV r ii n r ij Ii ily. Mr. Joe. C. Hocker lost a fine horse last week by lockjaw. Miss Hazel D. Hocker, who has boon bookkeeper for the Beaver Pi ou i a in Dam Planing Mill Co., will leave the For Saturday night, March 13, at 1st of April to bo gone a few Beda bchoolhouse. The Adolphlan months on a visit to her uncle, Mr. Society of H. II. S. vs. Beda Literary R. B. Stevens, in El Paso, Texas. Society. House called to order at 7 Miss lope Taylor will take her place P. m. Song by choir. Welcome ad In tho office. dress O. I). Carson. Recitation Ed. Hoover, Subject for dobate: HENNETTS. "Resolved, That the Churches of toMarch 8. Mrs. and MUs Jennlo day aro a Failure." Affirmative: R. McDowell have returned from DunL. Davis, Prof O. D. Carsou. Neg- dee. ativeRe. Aaron Rosa, Marvin Mr, and Mrs. Bob Mllburn wore Hoover. the guests of (relatives In Owenstober. i boro Tuesday. lino wll For clussy Job printing Tho Herald The fourth telephone The party given by Mr. noon be run Into Olaton. Wado Saturday night was largely The Harrison narcotic bill Is cut attended. ting a figure with tho druggists nnd Mrs. Rhea Daniel , visited her physicians. soon bo so that It will daughtor, .Mrs. Chester Leach, at It will take all a druggist makos to Cromwell, Saturday and Sunday, pay for tho right to soil drugs. We Miss Vera Hawking, of Lagrange, now hao to register In the State Ky will visit her parents here, and the United States also, to get Mr. and Mrs. Strother Hawkins, the privilege of bundling medlclno. James H. William. for a while. She will be aogHpan- - March 8. Bj permit from e (ioneral the lias been moted from Yl. M. Hoover's store to tile U. L. Arms' store. Just across the road. Miss Zelina Lyons has gone to Luulsvlllu and Cincinnati to purchase her spring millinery. The stork left a line girl with William McUaulel a few days ago. Mrs. McDanlel Is getting along nicely and William is moving about like a "hlteon-- j .A carload of hogs was shipped) from Olaton last week to the Louis-vlll- e market. Top price paid, $0.25 per cwt. Wheat haR dropped 25 cents on the bushel. Now going at $1.25. Heat Hour $1.00 per sack. Corn is celling at G5 cents the bushel. Hiram Keith lias a sick child. Mr. Estill Moseley nnd family will leave Tuesday morning for Spring- Held, Il where they will make their future home. Mr. IJ. M. Hoover went to Louis ville Sunday to purchase spring stock. Mrs. Alvln White and two child-Te- n left last Friday for Kennett, Mo., whore she goes to join her Iiusj band, who has been there Hlnco Oc I'ost-nwster post-offic-car-old." The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless and will leave town to live on same chill Tonic is equally valuable as a In the near future. General Tonic because it contains the Mr. George Trout, of Hartford, veli known tonic properties of QUININE and and Mr. John Arbuckle have bought out IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives Malaria, Enriches the Blood and the meat shop of Mr. Roma Bald- Builds up the Whole System. SO cents, win. Mr. Selton Miller, Sacramento, All of the companies or the KenKy.. Is visiting his father, Mr. Otho tucky National Guard have been Miller, whom he had not seen be- ordered to recruit up to their full fore in his recollection. strength of 75 men. , Mr. Hubert Stanley is erecting a new residence on Third street. Orman, son of James Taylor, is Maay In Tkw Teww very low of pneumonia. never really enjoyed a mtl until Miss Ara Gardner visited her we advised them to take a cousin, Mrs. A. C. Crabb, of LouisDyspepsia ville, a few da) s last week. Mr. R. W, King has bought the before and after each meal. Sold only business house on Main street ownay us zoo a dox. ed by the widow John B. Stevens. James H. Williams. Mr. King will open up a Jowelry Pl Tablet 4 WHV store there In the near future. Mr. John Tucker, bank boss at Cleaton, Ky spent Saturday and Sunday at home hero with his fam- DOES OUR STORE HAVE BETTER NEWS FROM CENTERTOWN Just received u carload of Itoyal Field Fence the best fence made, wtyli the price right. AUo tt big line of Horse Collars and Harness of nil kinds. And remember ite bundle tho Celebrated O. K. Stoves and Ranges that make cooking easy. Every one glial a n teed. Wo Hill get repairs for your old Movch at reasonable prices. We nlt.0 represent Edward E, StriiUHs & Co, re GOODS AND BETTER STYLES AND SELL THEM FOR LESS THAN ANOTHER STORE? BECAUSE THE BUVERS IN OUR STORE KNOW HOW TO PICK OUT THE PROPER THINGS AND BECAUSE WE HAVE THE MONEY TO PAY FOR OUR GOODS AND GET THE LOWEST PRICE. BUYING LOW ENABLES US TO SELL LOW. WE DO A BIG BUSIHESS BECAUSE WE'UE GOT 1 SsSS? Toniaht Clothing. We handle a full line of Groceries and want to trade everything we have for your jiroduce. We, assure you the market price every time. Will have a car of Fertilizer In time for your plant, bed. Call and see us every time you come to town. Make our place your headquarters and let us have a pari of your business, at least. Thanking rpu In advance, mo are Yours rep'y., THE GOODS AND BECAUSE WE SELL RIGHT. THEN CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. DEXTER & VINCENT, Cantertown. Ky. Hartford, Kentucky. i