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Do You Wear Hosiery?
If not, begin now they are in style. We
sell the widely known Black Cat brand.
Every pair strictly Guaranteed to give you
perfect satisfaction. Children's range in
prices from 15c to 25c. Ladies' Silk Lisle
Hose, all shades. Sl.00 per pair. Men's
Silk Lisle. 25c. Pnre Silk Socks, spring
Think of Hosiery, then think of us. and re
member IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE
THAT SAVES YOU MONEY.
We can furnish you Daybreak
Corn and Tobacco Grower Fertilizer
at reasonable prices.
40tf Hartford, Ky.
The Court of Inquiry la still doing
business and tlio county Judge and
County Attorney aro ubly assisted by
the members of Sheriff Kcowh's office
na well as the City Marshall In se
curing evidence against the "tigers."
Mr. McChcsney candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Governor
will speuk at the Court Houso next
Tuesday, Juno 8, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Mr. McChe'incy It making his fight
on the State-wide prohibition Issue,
and ho especially Invites the ladles
to be present.
Post Ollico Inspector Taylor was
here last week and examined the ac
counts and hooka of Postmaster Mar
tin, finding everything In first class
shape and all money accounted for,
to a copper. Under Mr. Martin and
Ills efficient nu'stMnta, Including the
Rural Carriers, the Hartford Post
Office ranks "Al."
Mr. S. L. King, the llurtford hard
ware and harness denier, has Invent
ed a harness buckle which Is destined
to play an Important roll In the fu
ture make of articles In that line. It
Is so constructed that all danger of
tear In the leather Is eliminated and
it has been pronounced by salesmen
and farmers to be the very article to
fill a long felt want. Mr. King has
made application for a patent on his
WATCHFUL WAITING IsMMrassssMeMraaMM
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President Notifies Mexicans
They Must Stop War
FRIDAY, JUXE 4.
h H. & BT. L. R. R. TIME TABLE.
No. 115 due at Ellmltch 9:20 a.m.
No. 114 due at Ellmltch 6:15 p.m.
No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m.
Ar. Irvlngton .. 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Irvlngton .. 6:4C p.m.
Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m.
Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m.
The case or Mcllunry Coal Co. vs.
Thomas Taylor was reversed by the
Court of Appeals this week. Taylor
had been given a Judgement for $15,
000, for personal injuries In the Ohio
Circuit Court and the costs and pen
alties would now amount to $17,000.
The case waB reversed on account of
errors of the trial Judge In his in
structions and not on account of
excessive damages aa given In the
verdict of the Jury. The case now
comes back to Ohio county for re
trial. Mr. Watterson Stcaley, Washlng
ton City, who is connected with the
Department of Commerce, was in
Hartford several days this week on
business connected with his depart
ment. Mr. Stealey Is a son of Mr.
O. O. Stcaley for years the Washing
ton Correspondent of the Louisville
Courier Journal and was himself at
one time the political "dopster" at
the capttol for that paper. He is a
close personal friend of the editor of
this paper who was glad to look on
his genial face once' more.
John Torrjnc", who fives in a
suburb of Beaver Damwas -whipped
by a band of masked regulators last
Saturday night and given orders to
For high grade Pennsylvania Coal move from the county. He has al-
What kind of cereal do you eat
for breakfast? We are sure to car
ry it. ILER & BLACK.
Oil, call on or 'phone
O. T. O'BANNON,
45t4 Hartford, Ky.
Hon. Ben D. Ringo, Owensboro, Is
here looking after his Interests in
the race for Commonwealth's Attorney.
The Star Bloomer Girls will play at
Ar. Irvlngton . .10:00 a. m. Beaver Dam to-morrow. Put on your
Lv. Irvlngton ..10;40 a.m. e,uu raE u" Beo ieuimiiiu uiu
A ntinliAh 1 .AA n in
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. lonuus, oui oi oi applicants zt maue
H. E. K. R. TIME TAHLB.
South Bound, No. 115
Due at Hartford 8:45 a
North Bound, No. Ill
Due at Hartford 0:15 p
(Both "Mixed Trains.)
ready sold his property and will
leave at once. It Is said he was not
punished severely, but was given to
understand that the visit and thrash
ing was only preliminary unless he
complied with orders. The cause for
his trouble is not known definitely
but It Is thought to have been an ef
fort to regulate his morals.
In the ""recent examination for
teachers certificate held by Supt.
Wire cloth at S.
prices on Farm
Poultry Fencing and Barbed Wire,
call on , ACTON BROS.,
40tf ' Hartford, Ky.
Everything In tho chicken line.
Little Grit and Charcoal Chicken
Feed and Drinking Fountains.
ILER & BLACK.
Mr. Issac Foster has rented pro-
J. W. Ford on Un-
"i. u'iS; euest of PerW from Mr'
, ,, . v, ,., ,joii oi. imu win inuvu iiere in me
relatives at Narrows. , , ... . , .
near future with his family from
Miss Nancy Ford returned home Owensboro.
Tuesday from Fordsvllle.
Ouite a 4.uu.i uiu. ..re attend
cd the singing at Beda Sunday. j
Mr. Thomas Barrass, Taylor Mines office,
was here on business, yesterday.
Miss Beatrice Haynes visited rel
atlves In Owensboro, this week.
Candidates fo ofilco In the August
primary can obtain necessary blanks
J for notification at Ohio ounty Clerks
first class; 25 second class and 11
failed. Miss Lillle Rice, of Brecken
rldgc County made the highest gen
eral average 96 7-11. While Miss
Gorin Flener of Hartford made the
second highest with a general aver
age of 95 4-11. Miss Flener was one
of the graduates from Hartford Col
lego recently and received the medal
for highest general, average In
scholarship. Thh was her flnt s
aminatlon for teachers certificate.
Miss Rico has been teaching for 18
years and has been one of the Board
of Examiners for Breckenridge coun
ty. Miss Flener Is one of the grade
teachers for Hartford College next
year. Of eleven Hartford College
W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C
Mr. W W." ifrowder. Ohio ountv pupils 7 made first class and 4 sec-
'Farm Demonstrator, attended thelond cIaB8 certificates. None failed.
Mr. Joh"nw7"STmpsonTLiverraore farmers meeting at Bowling Green
this weeK. lie was accompanied by
wns here on business, yesterday
Mr. E. E7BlrkheaTa-rid son. Ken- Mr- Nat Llndley, Point Pleasant,
noth were In Owensboro first of the Hnirjford Pressing rates $1 per
woel month. All work guaranteed. Clean-
Mrs. DirD-mrrof Dundee, was the'1" " repairing Your patronage
guesf of Mrs. Minnie Wedding last "" Lf Foreman Bar
" iber Shop. Ed Nail pressor, A. P.
we -rer.,,. ,., 'Foreman, Proprietor, 47t4
Mrs. J. Ney rosier, oi runup, m
is the guest of Mr,
C. P. Keown and
KEEP C04L Buy your Ice from
O'Barinpn & Co., Hartford. They
will flplfvar Inn Avnrv ilnv Vrmi
Wire Cloth,any width from 24 to patronago B0,cUea. 'Phone your
40 Inches, black and galvanized
8, .L. King's.
The ladles of thVChrlstlan church
orders to Home 'Plion'e 69.
The Republican has Installed a
now 2 horse power gasoline engine
, I uun iudu w i w 5UQUUUU vubtiu
gave a measuring party at the res,-. purcnaged througB the General Sup
denceoi Mr. w. j. ueuu -.., . Co Owensboro H ,8 t0 furngh
n,Bnt' 'power for our Standard Linotype,
Mr. Carl M. Taylor, candidate for nm works ke a charm.
the Republican nomination for Clr- Jame(j jeytottajarQmont WBs
cult Court Clerk, was In town yes-l, Monday bQt0IQ Judge w8on
terday. and pronounced of unsound mind and
Miss Lurine Collins" left to-day sent t0 the Hopklnsville Asylum,
for Charleston Mo., where she wlllTuesday Mr8t Vola Fttrrj8i wno j8 a
be the guest of Mr and Mrs. A. V. D(eco 0f Mr. Peyton, was also ad
Qoodln. Judged a lunatic. Three, cases of
Lyncuberg, lunacy have been before the court In
week. The evidence
all the parties were
. , Misses Nancy Stout,
(h Vft.,..and Louise Holliday, Hunting- less than a
Von, W: Va., are guests of Miss Mar- showed that
born in Grayson County.
Mrs. Mary White, Horse Branch
made 100 in spelling. The first one
to make that grade for years.
Bloomer Girls vs. Reaver Dam,
The Star Bloomer Girls, the fastest
women ball tossers on the globe will
fcross bats with the swift Beaver Dam
team at the latter's park, Saturday.
Something novel In the national sport
and a corking good game. Game call
ed about 2:00 p. m. Don't fail to be
among those present.
Owensboro Aato Line.
I have a splendid auto-bus that
now makes four trips a week to
Owensboro and return, on Monday's,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Safe licensed chauffuer In charge.
Will carry passengers and light
4414 R. T. COLLINS.
Will Pasture Stock.
I have several hundred acres of
good pasture land and can pasture
your surplus stock cheaper than you
can keep them at home. For fur
ther particulars call on or address,
W. H. COLLINS,
46t2 Hartford, Ky.
On Hartford and Beaver Dam Pike.
Washington, June 1. President
WUkoii and his cabinet today ad
optul it new policy to be pursued by
the United States toward Mexico. It
haa for its object tho restoration of
order nnd the relief of millions of
non-combatants from the devasta
tions of Mexico's military elements
which have brought about conditions
regarded ns Intolerable.
President Wilson read to the Cab
inet a statement which Is to be com
municated tomorrow to the leaders
of all Mexican factions, serving no
tices that unless they, themselves,
compose the situation, some other
means will be found by the United
States to bring about the re-estab-llshnicnt
of a stable government in
Tlio statement was approvod after
a prolonged discussion. It will be
mc.do public tomorrow.
The specific course of the United
States will pursue in the evont the
contending factions fall to ngree was
not outlined In the president's state
ment, but the administration's pres
en purpose is to give moral support
to a coalition of tho best elements In
Mexico and accord to the government
thereby created formal recognition.
With such recognition would come
an embargo on arms, permitting the
constituted government to receive
munitions of war to the exclusion
of all other elements or factions.
That the Governments policy If
unsuccessful In this course ultimate
ly might require Intervention has
been considered, and the Intention
to insist an a settlement has not
been swayed by the possible neces
sity of such action. The adminis
tration's policy is tho culmination of
several weeks of conference between
tho president and his official family.
The return of David West, who
spent three months personally In
vestigating conditions In Mexico for
the president, was a deciding factor.
He brought back reports showing the
food situation serious; the country's
crdps have failed, industries are ex
hausted, soil is not tilled for lack of
cattle, slaughtered and exported for
revenue, and that a terrible condition-of
affairs for the large masses
of fhnocent non-combatants is ahead
unless remedial measures are undertaken.
The Amerfcan Red Cross has laid
plans for relief work to be carried
out in co-operation with the state
The members of the Ohio County
Republican Executive Committee are
hereby called to meet at the court
house In Hartford, Ky., at 10 o'clock
a. m., Saturday, June 12, for the
transaction of important business.
OTTO C. MARTIN, Ch'm'n.
RAMEY E. DUKE, Sec'y.
May 18, 1915. 45tl
K. 1 Decoration Services.
The local Knights of Pythias lodge
will decorate the graves of its de
ceased members at Oakwood next
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
members are requested to meet at
the Lodge Hall at 3 o'clock and
march to tho cemetry. The com
mittee on program is composed of
knights, J. B. Wilson, E. P. Moore
nnd W. W. Riley, On flowers, E. Y.
Park, W. S. Tlnsley and S. T. Bar
3:00 Assemble at castle Hall
inarch to Oakwood.
4:00 Opening services.
Address Col. C. M. Barnett.
Reading Miss Leila Glenn.
Notice To CraHtoif).
All persons having claims against
the estate of J. W. Westerfleld, de
ceased, are requested to prove same
as required under the statutes and
present and file same for payment
with the undersigned administratrix
of said estate on or before the 1st
day of July, 1915.
MARY F. WESTERFIELD,
Admrx. of James W. Westerfleld, de
ceased. 45t3 Fordsvllle, Ky., R. No. 1.
Doctor's Office and Dwelling for Sale.
We have listed for sale two acres
good ground containing doctor's of
fice, 5-room dwelling, all necessary
out-butldlngs, 2 wells water, 1 cistern
and orchard. Splendid location for
physician. None within a radius of
five miles. Easy terms to right
party. Call on, or address
BARNETT & SON, Agts.,
Siit ' . , Hartford, Ky.
i HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES i
anouia dq maae ready Beiore g
hand, and with such a stock of
airy fabrics for cool Dresses so
closa at hand, there is but little
g necessity for your not being
ready when the hot days
Our variety of styles and fab
rics is as varied as our prices.
CREPES, VOILES, BATISTES,
ORGANDIES, LACE CLOTH,
LAWNS, SWISSES, Etc., priced
at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, and up to
50c per yard.
We can easily show you a pat
tern you like at the price you .!
want to pay.
E. P. Barnes & Bro,
. . BEAVER DAM, KY.
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Get Next to a
With the season's change
you need different under
wear. We can supply you
with the proper weight and
texture, combining high
grade quality and moderate
Everything in men's fur
nishings. We're abreast, of
the times in style. Our
stock is kept up to date.
Best values in town.
THE BESHOF FEED.
is near you If you will only come here
for it. What we give our customers
Is not a miscellaneous collection of
Feed from unknown sources, but Is Is
How we always have Feed of the
best quality may not Interest you,
but the fact that we do have It must
interest all buyers.
W. E. ELLIS H BR0.
The Produce Merchants
HARTFORD, . KENTUCKY.
Tht Site TfcatCim Satisfactim
Has the quality construction that
saves work and time. Doors can
be kept closed all the time andi
prevent suage I reeling
winter, drying in sum'
mer. The safe, easy
climbing ladder alt
steel door frame and
many more big features.
Get our offer on a Lans
ing Silo oron theSilbc-r-zaim
J Silage Cutter.
THE 6ENERAL SUPPLY CO.
OwHsbro. Ky. '
The Republican 1.00 per Year.