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H trtford Republican.
it ttorKl nccordltic to law at tie rottofflcn
Httfcrd. Ky., mull mntttr ol the cond
Henu'U and a fow m'egmded .lead
ers arc standing iii the way of uny
compromise, and fum sh'iig aid t i
tho Demo:ra. Tie ptojiltf will knw
upon whom to place the b'nmc for
continual buccm rtU gocrnmciital
C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor j control by u m!uor..y party.
ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor , pffects Appear Visible Form.
' I fiie destrucue effect of itho new
Address all communications to j fj ,moCrat c Tariff on tjie indus'pej
fTce Hartford Republican. w Rhode Island apptiars in vlsib'o
form 'n th.s year's asscu&evl valua
tion of such urojHsrty rcjwrfcd yes
tcrday by the Hoard of T.ix Commis
s.oners to tho General Treasurer for
h's collection of ruionuo therefrom.
Iast year the corporate excess
value of the State's manufacturing,
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Bnbucrltx'tn ilrIrliiR the imjwrfMit to n new
ftddiY tnnt pl'e the old nddries In imiklnn the
JlntiitM I.ocnl. nml Xotlrw 10c per lie nml Sc
per Hue lor entb niMltlounl Inn-Minn,
Obltonrlpo. nrolnt1on ami I'nnl ol Thiol. 5c
charrh Notice, lor ,ervic tree, but other mere-mule and miscellaneous corpo
chnrch BdTerti.ement". :.c per line. rations was $128,107,928.03; thta year
Anonjmoim comrannlcntlon. will reielte no 4t is $13o,USS,S31-5S. Those values.
End of Farce At Niagara
portation, Idle fro.ght cat, incrccudl
iiiuuiui unu a b.iij. worse oup.coi;, r.ro o
nil co.hllt ojus and rcUsons that follow 49,
If tho Prw'dent is Ignorant, tho 49
peoplo aro not, and next fa'l Wo shall ' $
RCe how they begin to rcat.fy a m !s-x Jjj
lake 1 nit w 11 moan u restoration of Jj
;il iUv. ( I'r.KeUori ns soon ofter tho, a
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Completion of Peace Now Rests
With Mexicans Them
irj. s laru can rojwir tho Injur'.
The blunder and crimo of 1913 will
be a lusson text will have to be learn
ed, but posterity liuy benefit by the
Canitorlani ........... i3
Panaaia' ZwiV.ial CO
FRIDAY, JULY 3.
X agnra Falls, Juno SO. An
.lulcfnUo recess of mediation wad
Uh;ch uro the values of the .stock of deeded upon today by Ambassador
! thct'o corporations ov.r and above IJa Gania, of Brazil, and Min'si.erx
jut te tangible jn tho.r plahlts mid jSaurez sind Naon of Chile, ailJ Ar-
.ncrc'ianU'Fe. are obtained from sworn ;S-'tiio respectively
statements by the resjwnslblo man
agent, eiified by thu Tax Couiuijs-
rn's action rol orxl the reco'pj
cf a note from Carranza expressing
s'oners, and ma bo accepted as falr'lul inclination to lurticljuUo in n-
Best Dinrrhoon Romotiy.
If you have ever used Ohatnbor-
laln's Colic, Cholera niul D'arrhocay
Wo are authorjzea to announce
Congressman Bon Johnson a candidate
lor the Democratic nomln.'.Jbn for
Representative from the 4th Congres
elonal dbjtrlct. General primary elec
tion August 1, 1914.
TVe are authorized to announce
Hon. John WBoyd, of HarJin coun
ty, a candidate for the Domocrtytic
nomination for Representative in
Congress, from the 4t)i district.
Goocral Primary olectlon August,
" . .. . .
Wd ar authorized to announce W.
SHERMAN BALL, of Brecktnindge
county, a oand'datjo for 1U10 Repub
lican nomination for Represontathe
jn Congress from the Fourth district.
Ootral Primary election August 1,
1914. " v
Mexico puffer? from lack of .ci (a
work. Every General wants to play
a lone h.-, a . . ,,,.,.
Tomorrow Is the glorleua Fgurth
We .trust all our reade.nj mag pnjoy
a "sane" day, wHh no oeoMgatj.
ilow 's Secretary firyan going to
equare the Bale of those war Mhips to
Greece, with his peace policies?
Under the eugenic law no Ken
tuckian couil expect to got a mar
riage license unless he tested 100
When Congress passes the trust
leg'sation, what nqw excuse will
h President find for keeping it in
A iblll to j-oqulro automobiles to
be bo constructjed as that they could
not exceed twelve miles an 'hour 'would
receive a Jot of eutihusfctic bupnort
from people who don't own uutomo
biles. And now the mediators have adopt
ed the "watchful watting poollcy."
However, they have nothing on any
citizen of thu United States in that
rojjpect. Are we not all watching and
wait'ng for President W.ilsou's era
pi unpara'elled prosperity?
The suffragettes just won't let
the President Alone. They cannot
eeo how he can advocate toils rojeal
and other things not jn the party
platform, but can do nothing for
woni(i iuffrago biteuuso ,t J? not
included Ju tho Baltimore platform-
In .th's Issue of Tho Republ;oan wo
announce 1U011. Sherman Ball,
of BreckenWdge couny, a oaudUlajto
for the Republiicau noniinatloii for
Congress Jn this district- Mr. Ball
well known throughout tho dis
trict and State, having Uened its
Assistant Secretary of State dur.iig
tjie Wilson fcdmiiAitratloii under
Ben iL. Brunor. He is a -lifelong Re
publican, though In favor of many
of the Progres3lvo principles. He
wa cAunty count clerk of Brecken
rldje county itwo -terms and was un
til recently Post Waster at Hardlns
burg. In all tho positions oftrubt
which he fuus held he bag discliarg
ed bis duties faltfully enlfi dn the in
terest of tho people- If nominated
b wllj make a strong naoe with pood
chances of winning in November.
Tho Louisville "Herald ch'des us
for favoring what it ooIJb that amal
gamation foollshncjfB uud In the next
breath quoiifc with evident appro-al
a rumor that the Progressives and
Democrats will Unite in tho eleventh
(WinJet to Uefeat a Republican. AH
PlroiresBlves nd Rjubllaan3 In th's
neck of the -woodq believe that pros
perity lean only bo restored by a re
turn Jo a protecting tariff and regard
ttaft as the paramount issue and one
upo which they can unite. S fence
iAey vljl amalgamate whether the
leader vJH or -won't- Tho aiortald
lno.isuns of tjie prosper.'!' of tho
State's corporate Industries.
TJus loss of nearly two and n Jia'f
million ds'lrf) 1:1 the last 1- moiil hs
means, therefore, that since the new
Tanff got 'nto full operation Uie In
dustries of Rhode Island bae lost
Just that much in monoy-majilng ca
pacity In other words, the Demo
cratic schedules of customs 'duties
have jn one short ynr taken from
i,he Sta.te that much wealth. It is not
only the owners of this iudustr'a,!
proiKjyty who suffer; it is tho State
Treasury also, and honce the service
which the State Goernmeut da?i
g've to tho people. '
That it is a Tairifr hostile to do
meutic Industry tliat has caused this
loss admits no question. With imports
of cottcn cloths douhk'd under the
Wilson-Underwood law, as from
?721,902 in value In .March, 1913, t8
$1,402,071 in March, 1914 and th im
ports of woolen aid worsted clothe
increased in. Value at the ra,te. for
example, of from $328,974 In March,
1913, to $1,390,910 in March 1914t it
was inevitable that Ilhode Island
mjlb should ho lies? Jifospcrous and
Rhddfi Inland CUll stocks less valu-
The. hew ijemdjcratlc iTariff has al
ready fitopped the inoTease of wealth
in Rhode Island; continued in opera
tion indefinitely tt would mean the
IndusWal ruAn of tho State.
What Business Men Say.
The President's harsh and unreas
onable denunciation of Auicricuii bus
iness (men Cor writing letters to
Washington asking for a cessation
of legiBlat!e attacks on business call
ed forth the folowing expressions by
Philadelphia! business men, as print
ed tn the Public Lddger of June 17:
E. C- Felton: "The President's at
titude pf suppression of criticism is
really outrageous. It is hard to real
ize that the head of this free Gov
ernment should attempt to Gt'flo the
voice of the people." .
William H. Folwell: "The Presi
dent ts high-handed and bull-headed."
Frederick L. Bailey: "This legis
lation is not constructive, It is de-
struothe. It will not build up busi
ness; it "will destroy business."
J. 'Hampton Moore: "They don't
like the Tarif and they don't want
any more legalatJon."
Tli s late&t exhibition of bad temp
er and bad Judgment 011 the part of
"President WVlson prov'idos fresh reas
ons why business men should got
Into politics. As a matter of self-pres-orvat'oa
against, theorists and dean-
agoguts the entrance of American
business men iuto politics has bo
coino a necessity-
tan delegates ,but asking for more
time 111 which to cor.sult his subor
Tiq Canstitutjonallst cliief de
clared that he wished to get full au
thority from tho tfgiiors of tho plan
of Guadalupe, the p'atform of the
Constitutionalist iuocuiantl so the
delegates might be cldiliul wjtli plen
cl'y powers. He gave no Ink) ng
as to what 'length of t'nio (such a.
consultation mJcht ronuire.
.Meauunio tlio mdejatoid prejiarcd
to take tho'r dejurture. Thu Huer-
ta doIogU'les will deq,de tomorrow
whether to wait fiarc for tho C011-
st.;iuujonai's uejcgjitcs or to go o
som summer resort in the United
Stateu for an interval,
The American delegates will be
the lacst to leave- 'They are wrfting
jlefjmte instructions from Washhig-
ton- f. 1 ' . .
. The mediators explained ton'ght
that mediation had not adjourned,
but tha.t ierhaps the last formal
mt'Cting had been heldj OoBltnunT
cation hereafter will be carried on
by telegraph from the rspeective
Jiomfis of tho mediators and de!e
Sateq. The mediators consider tlio'r
chief work done.
Originally the three diplomats
tendered their goad offices to avert
war. Th's they think has been accomplished-
The tlike envoys think
that Jn dcvjfi'ng a plan for informUj!
conferences between !the two fac
tions their own task ended, and-that
the responsibility for the comple
tion of a peace program jrcst$ on
the Mexicans themselves.
Owensboro Optical House.
Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used
'lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's
Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en
tire satisfaction. His house and ma
chinery for maklner lenses are the
most complete in the State, and he
employs none but experienced work
men. C. M. BARNETT.
Remedy you know tiiat it is n sue- ! ?
ccufi. Sam F. Gulnn, WlmJey, Ala.
writer, '1 Jml measles and got caught
out 5n the rJn, (iid It sotted In
my stomach and bowels. I 'had un aw
ful tmie, and inul it not ibeen for
Cluitnbcrlaiii's co.lc, cholera and d -
arrhoca Remedy I could not powMily
hune licd but a few hours ioniier.
formal coufere'aiccs' with the Hucr- uut thanks to t,his romexly, I sun now
well ui Id strcng.'
For sale by all
A Texas Wonder.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney an
bladder troubles, dissolves gravel,
cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs,
rheumatism, and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Kcgulates bladder trou
bles in children .If not sold by your
druggist, will send by mall 011 re
ceipt of $1.00. One small bottlo is
two months' treatment, and seldom
falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes
timonials from this and other states.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 292C 01le Street. St.
Swedish Bridal SuperstWont.
In Spden the bridegroom has
greaMe.tr of trolls nnd sprites, and ns
un nntldote against their power ho
sews into his clothes various strong
smelling herbs, such as garlic and rose
mary. It Is customary to All the
bride's pocket with bread, which sho
gives to the poor Bhe meets on the
way to the church, and so averts mis
fortune with the alms she bestows.
On their return from church the bride
and bridegroom visit their cow houses
and farms that the cattle may thrive
ana munipjy. -l(. M
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh that Contain Mercury
ns mercury will surely destroy the icnse
of smell and completely , derange the
whole system when enteritis It through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
ncer be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hnll's
Catarrh Cure, rnir.Ulactured '0y. j-t fi
Cl-Jney & Co., Toledo," 6., contains no
mercury, and is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood nnd mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying HaU
Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho gtnu
Ine. It Is taken Internally and made In
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Chehey & Co. Tes
Sold by Druggists. Price TSc per bottle.
Tk Hall's Family rtlts for constipation.
Report of the Condition of the
leoihK hiiKlncss at the Town of Hart
ford, County of Ohio, State of
Kentucky, at the Clohe of
Business on Oth Day
Hot Weather Millinery
is iu great demand now
and we are prepared with
fresh, up-to-date styles that
will please you.
You can find many spe
cial items at reduced prices
in our Millinery depart
Guard your interests
closely hy looking after
your Millinery.j vwarfts ...at.,
once. '" , iC
E. P. Barnes & Bro. 1
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Loans and Discounts. . .$ 71,149.90
Overdafts, secured and
Stocks, Bonds and other
Due from Banks 27,438.62
Cash on hand 10,378.13
Checks and other cash
Banking House, Furni
ture and Fixtures....
Other Real Estate
Other Assets not includ
ed under any of above
More Power to Them.
Cincinnati business men aro ar
ranging to go into politics. At a re
cent meeting of men prominent in
the otty's inMustrial affairs the intel
ligence of present mttmbens of Con
gress was severely criticized from a
bustusis btandittiut. It was baud that
there are too muny lawyers and not
enough business men in Congress.
Which. Js quite true. As a matiter of
fact, there are Joo many lawyers,
anyhow. There would too Jess litiga
tion Jf there were Jess lawyers. But
Jn any event the Cincinnati move
ment Js a good fne- 'More business
men jn politics and in loglslaton
would help matters groaty. Jf Oius
Jncss men had been more plentiful
in Congress the Underwood Tariff
bill would not have ibeen passed.
A'co, if there are enough business
men ejected to Congress this year and
in 1916 the UnderwocJd TarCff law
wjll be reiK-aVd. Blore iower to the
Land Sale For Taxes.
By virtue of taxes duo me as Mar
shall of the town of Hartford, .Ohio
county, Kentucky, 1 ,wljl on .Monday,
July 13, 1914, expose at public sale
at tho court house door dn Hartford
Ky., between tho Jioura of 10 o'clock
a. in- and 3 o'clock p. 'in. Itho follow
ing lands (houses and lotp) or 60 much
thereof as may be necessary to pro
duce the sums required to pay the
taxes due from the respective par
ties to tho town of Hartford for the
time hereafter set out, vjz:
J. C. Carpenter for year 1913
J- C. Carpenter for year 1914
John Blair for year 1914
J. P. STEVENS,
Marshal Town of -Hantf ord,
C0t3. As Collector.
Severe Attack of Colic Cured.
k- js. cross, who travels in Vir
ginia, and other Southern States, was
taken suddenly and severely ill with
colic. At the first store he came to
wtijj find ottor the election that the the merchant recommonded Olmmber-
rank and file of Republicans and Pro- Iain's Colic, Cholera wnd Diarrhoea
rc4Jves are idjrmt Jn tlio att'tudo Remedy. Two 'doses of Jt cured ihjni.
of the hen -wjilch as lis well know n, I No one should leave homo on a
when, dotennlned to "set" wllj Bot Jf journey without a bottle of mis
j&e has to island up and set. 'llho preparation. For sale .by all dealers.
The Blunder and Crime of 1913.
President W'lson sas .there is
''no material condition or substantia-!
reason why tho busiqegR of the coun
try should not .be in the most p'ros-
perious coibUIUou." If a more hum
ble citizen should make a statement
like that the inclination would' he to
call him a fool or a knave. There Is
a reason. There is a condition-'rhere
aro sveeral reasons and coiulltdons
why wo are suffering such wUlospreeJd
business depression and general dis
tress. An ava'anche Df foreign goods
displacing domestic production tnkuns
Idleness. A wilting out of our tOav
orublo balance of trade moans a large
foreign account to bo Bottled in gold.
Loes of revenue, lts W wriges, Joss
qX d'vidends, 1qs building, lussjrans-
Total '. $110,393.99
Capital Stock paid In, iu
cash $ 25,000.00
Surplus Fund 12,500.00
Undivided Profits, less
expenses and taxes paid 3,091.62
to check ....$50,810.58
icates of De
Certified Checks 00
outstanding 00 69,802.37
Due Banks nnd Trust
Notes and Bills Redls-
counted. . 00
Unpaid Dividends , 00
Reserve for taxes 00
Bills Payable 00
Other Liabilities not In- '
eluded under any of
above heads , 00
Total . . . . v . . . $il(0,393.99
State of Kentucky,)
County of. Ohio,)
We, Alvln Rowe, Vice President,
and J. C. Riley, Cashier, of the above
namedBank, do.'soleranly swear that
the above statement Is true to the
beat of our Icnowledge and .belief.
7 ALVIN ROWE, V. President,
' J. C. RILEYCashler. -Subscribed
and sworn to before
mo this 30th day of June, 1914.
I R. It. RILEY, Notary Public.
My Commission expires January
, ERNEST WOODWJARD,
F. M. HOOVER,
CASTOR I A
S "BEASIS OH HE JUNGLES"
Bean's Opera House, Monday Night, July 6
Remember A. D. Taylor efc Son will present "The
JJ Beast of the Jungles" at Bean's Opera House, next
aMondaj night, July Gth. Come and see the 13-year-old
girl play the star and take the lead in
taming the big tiger. This is the greatest animal
picture on screen and will please the most exact
S ing critics.
S Admission 10c and 15c.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky.
VirglJ Hocker, Plaintiff,
A. T- Collins, Defendant.
By virtue of a Judgment nnd order
of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered
at the Juno Term 1914, in tho above
cause for the sum of $150.00, with
interest at Jhe rate of 6 per cent per
annum from the 1st day of Feb., 1911,
until paid, and costs herein, I iwfU
offer for sale by Public Auction at
the Court House fioor in Hartford, on
Monday, the 6th da of July, 1914,
about J. o'clock p. ni-, upon a credit
of six months tho following described
BennJne at a atone In Sarah I.
Austin's line; thence running JS. 15
4-5 poles to a' stone, Mallnda Aus
tin's corner in S. I. Austin's line;
thence W. 96 1-5 poles to a stone;
thence N, 15 4-5 poles to a stone in
Joe RedjdlBh line; thence with his
line E. 96 1-5 poles to bhe beginning,
containing 9 1-2 acres, more or loss.
Second tract adjoining (the above
tract and bounded as follows; Begin
ning at a stone in the lane of the
Harris place; thence N. 32 W- 102
polos to black oak; thence N. 77 iW.
23 po'.eB, to blajck oak; thence S. 80
In Ohio County Clerk's office, Deed
Hook 39, pago 27S, or sufficient thore
of to produce tho Bums of niDuoy or
dered to bo made.
Tho purchaser will bo requlrtll to
execute .bond with approved security
immediately after sale.
This 16th day of June, 1914.
ERNEST E. UIRKHEAD.
HEAVRLN & KIRK, Attorneys.
Stops NeuralglaKllls Pain.
Sloan's Liniment ghes Instant re
lef from Neura'gj'a or Sciatica. It
goes strailght to tho painful part
Soothes ho Nerves uid Stops ' the
Pain- it Is also good for Rheumatism
Sore TJiroat, Chcst Pains aid Sprains
You don't need to rub Jt penetrates.
Mr. J. R. Swinger, Lou'avllle, . Ky.
writis: "I suffered with quite , . a
severe Neuralgic Headache for four
mouths without and rollof. I used
Sloan's Liniment for two or ' thn
iiigtiffl and I liavop't suffered"' with
y head lnct" Got a bottle jto-day.
Keep in U0 house all the time for
Pains and all hunts. 25c, Cue tend $1
at your Druglst
llucklen's Arnica Balve for1'' all
Firm Per Sale.
J50 Acres oh Hartford and Rockpor
poles to white oak; thence E. 80 poles road, 1 1-2 mlljs from Broadway and
lfKtSS LITE 2 mto "
same land conveyed to W- L. How
ard as shown by do4 darted Fb. "U
1908 by Sarah I. Austin and her hus
band, Albert N. Austin, as shown
by deed of record Jn Deed Book 40,
page 94, Ohio County Clerk's office.
Which deed was duly signed and
acknowledged and is now of record to
on lgp of fawn ajnd church near.
Three roads pats dwelling house
which is on- Hartford R. F. D. No.
4- Most of Jand poriecUy level. Any
on, desiring to purchase farm will do
wn to Investigate. Price reasona-
". Appiy ror further information
BARNETT & SON, Agnt.
"t T tT-'K'nT'Tyy. t rJ "(- v.ii.