Newspaper Page Text
P Kiwi ffmHmtf'" " ll"-r"'
' PJPHJiii"iJHiiii i i im$np xmtfimmmm0t0ll0 ''WWHRIjf ' THE HARTTOD rtERALb Pate 4 ' I Profit - Sharing Sale Is On In Full & ' IT I 1 ft. more E. P. BARNES . BRO., - 3Tfe? Hartjord Herald MEBER AUTTHEWS, FRANK L.FEL.1V. EDITOflG. ( . HRANK L. FELK, Pib.STnlM'rop'r. Entered rft the Hartford post-office m mall matter of the second class. nnoi .WKMENTS. I ' Tor HepieeiHiiltve. W' axw-'tnthorUi'd to lunoiince I p PHILLIPS, 'of Taylor Minos, :L a candidal!' for the Domocratlc lamination for Representative from Ohio county In tho next General Arf nciubly of Kentucky General 1 rl mary Election, August 7, 1915. Tor ("Iii nit .luclgc Wo aro authorized to announce JUDGE .f. S. GLENN', of Hartford, as a candidate for tho nomination tor Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict, subject to the action of tho Democratic warty at tho Stato Pri mary tho iln.t Saturday in August, 191S. loi; Stato ."sennWr. Wi- ire authorised to announce JOlIN H. THOMAS, of Ohio county, as '.i candidate for tho Republican nomination for Stato Senator, 7th District, composed of Ohio, Muhlen berg and Butler counties. tJunei.il Primary Election, August, 7, 1915. For Circuit rouit Clerk. Wo art- authorized to announce OTTO ('. MARTIN .lb a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Court Clork, subject to the action of the Republicans of Ohio county, at tfio. general primar election, August 7, ' 1915. Wo ure authorized to announco WALLACE H. RILEY as a candi date far the nomination for Circuit n,,,f curv. snbiect to the. action of J ... . . i the Republicans of unio counij ai"" - - the General Primary Election. .. . Ahk- ust, 7, 1915- -i! In a recent address on naturn history. Col. Roosevelt described a foature ot his uig Hum, say inh. "One insect we encountend reh-emu- led a katjdld, but It made a noUuj like ,i steamboat whistle." Tho Colonel Is noted as a dcrlptivo writer, and one an hardly help no-j ticlng the llkenew, of tho bug ho found to the pulitttnl party he htart-.this ed u few years ago. All along it has been nld that the nuwspaiiers were the ronctrns which reaping the mo.t pro.l.s from ,, ... .i.i European war. Perhaps ha Is were tho In a Measure correct a pertaining to this (uuniry, but over where the war Is being fought It Is different. It is estimated that since tin wur be gan more than 200 German news papers have disappeared und at least half that number have suspended In Gnat Britain Decreased adver tising patronage lr given as the cause. Certainly uomo plan nhould be do "vised by which tho State can handle Its own couvltt labor without hiring t out to lessees and thus placing it In competition with Union workers In Kentucky. If tho lessees can make mgnpy out o tho convicts. paylnt; a bonus besides, tho Stato ought to V" a l lo tho game, un- der somo hurauno and capable ov- oreoer. Kentucky has hud enough of 'this convict lubor letting buslnoss and .tht) Prison Commission should direct Its energies towurds employ- lug tbo conviats undor strict Stato wjjMrfvMon. ' . , - ' ,baa 'pfooably noi etrucU.tho av- crogo corrector of morals that there hi The opening day of this Sale have proven conclusively that people are always interested in real bargains; that they know when we advertise a Sale, it is going to be a real bargain event. Our store has been crowded with anxious buyers who know what our Profit-Sharing Sale means, You are doing yourself a very great financial injustice if you don't find out what we can save vou. This Sale doesn't close until SATURDAY. FEBRUARY ;''6." "We ekoect voir fiS than once. '' aro various other forms of modern dissipation besides drinking nnd gambling, which, however, aro no doubt the worst. Men become ob ressed with an inordinate desire for tlnanclal gnln, while other become dissolute with ambition for political preferment. There are other excess es in life bchides tluvo and drink ing which caiibO men to vvabto their brains and energies and which will ruin them about as quickly and completely as the other The old warning to "he temporals In all thlngb" still applies and with re doubled force ----- Some of tho few newspapers of the Stato that aro to strenuous in their contention for a Democratic platform convention after tho pri mary instead of before, are uen go ing to tho extreme of charging ul terlpr motives to their party breth rou who differ' from them. Accord ing to the latent dope, those who fa for a convention beforo tho primary aro all liquor men. Of eouri-c there, is no truth In this charge, and it' story of a husband's depravity and only arouses bittorncbs In the ranks' the ability and willingness of the to make it. It is a pity that party wife to submit to sutih a course of matters cannot bi buttled amicably , treatment." without resort to inuendn and abuse. I According to Mrs. Carter.hor hus- band, who ( scaped in the same boat it bcems that there is llltlo de-ulth Uruce Isinay, ono of tho man pendenco to bo placid it tobac,co as agers of the line, confined jiis of a profitable farm product oren In' forts to saving Jils wife and family what is considered tho bent of enr-. to the l-implo directions to "get up When tho present crop was hardest-tjuii dress." Alter tho Titanic struck ed it wns generally 'understood to bo noi only adequate In quantity hut excellent in quality. The outlook was auspicious but the tlnal result Is discouraging. Only in some In stances have pilcco been satisfacto ry It all goes to further Illustrate the advlbabillty of diversified farm ing. There aie a dozen other crops the farmer can raise besides tobae- co. He should remember this and govern hiniHelf accordingly. CLEAR HEX. !i Mr. Harry Stlnson has Jan. luu " '" """" """' ",n "' i - 1. 1. v-l.. r-. .11.. ... 1. 1., . I'VV innt nn lYmii'Vi ri X n .itifl I l.imlttrl rialflKlin wr 13 hllM I Mrs. Centrj Punk closed her school at Mt. Moriah Friday. Mr. Harlan Hongland is on the sick list. jir ljq Rartlett. who has teen confined to his bed tor so long, is no better. Mesri,. Alva Kirk, Clyde Punk an,j RoSwell Park went to Haitford on business Saturday. Last week 'seemed to be a pretty j,ard tost for Mr Coon. Tho boys of place caught nineteui. Mr. John Humilton cow last week. hut a lino Mr. Tom Lowe, wlto and baby, uf,?2.70. This Is an exceptional offer "ton vM.ed relatives at this- plaeo Snturduj night und hiiuday. m btun visiting hor aunt, Mrji. Wiu. Lake, nf Washington neighborhood, returned homo Saturday. Mr. Willie Handloy. of Oweub:l Oj O. Stowurt. Hartford, to Lettlo boro, Is visiting his cousins, Su mesj Hoover, Hartford, Route H. and Thonins Hiindley. L. D. llonnett, Smallhous, to Alice Miss Dona Hoover and Mr. Ulas. Hoover, Hartford, Route 3. Heiinlns, of Whitoavllle, wuro unit- j "" T" cd In marrluKO at the homo of the " Xi' 'r,l' Dead. bride Sunday afternoon. t Mr- U L- TayIor ,np(l at l3 llomu ... . . near Rob Roy, tills couuty, on the Prefer,, Prison To Wur, Jisth Inst, of diseases Incident to old Oakland. Cal., Jan. 23. Dau(l Owlucchl. a ionviied confidence ,, Jlccoptf.d a IonB prlspn tww yebterday In preference to doporta- on ,0 All8lrl(l t0 B4)rvo , tho AuB. trIatt army. ' ..t w, gv0 you tUo alternative of ht.rVing jour country In tho army or j win FOna you t0 tbo potiltentlary," the Judeo proposod. ..Sond mo to jalli.. ropicd (jaluc- ehj a(tcr amomopt'ri consideration, "Ton, yoars," wild tho Judge. . .m . , . i Tho Idaho Houso and Renato.havo passoa a uui to nave inoproniDiuon question voted on by tho people In 1910 ' HEARTLESS DESERTION ON BHJHE MIC By Husband, Is Basis Of Divorce Sought By Philadelphia Woman. Philadelphia, Penn., Jan. 23.- An echo of the , Titanic disaster was henrd to-day when, the records of the suit for dlvoijee, which was grafted. June 1.1 to .Mrs. Luclle Polk Carter, prominent in suburban society, from William C. Carter, of Rosemont, were made public. Mrs. Cartt?r, who now is Mrs. George Brooke. In her testimony charged that her husband deserted her when the White Star liner foundered, and the findings of the Master lu tho sujt set forth that the causes leading up to tho separation showed an almost unparalleled Hhe iceberg, Mrs. Carter declared . her husband haid "get up and dress yourself and the children." and that was tho last time she. j-aw him" until the rescued assembled some time la ter on the deck of the Carpathla. "All be tald then was that ho had a jolly good breakfast and lie had nccr thought 1 would unite it," bho said. The story of cruelty, which the wife alleged, and which Is embod ied in the record, covered a long pe riod and numerous places, anions others the homes of tho couple In Newport, at Karrasransott Pier, Aik en, S. ('., and London. Horse-whipping w uncharged in one lustnnco. vm s.i 8f.no. We have enter) d Into arrange ments with the publisher, so that 'we lire enabled to offer tin follow , in attractive combination Hart lord Herald . . Everybody's Magazine The Delineator . .$1.00 .$1.50 .$1.50 Total value . . . , .$4.00 For cash in hand or added to re newal of Herald subucriptlou, wo i will furnish the three periodicals to 1 any address for ono year for ONLY and will not last long. - 00000000000 tf o o oo O LICENSED TO MARUV. .0 OOOOOCJOOOOOOOOOOO age. Ho had Just passed bis 73d year. After funeral sarvicAn hv hln pjstor R IIuu(8man ot nfcft Dam, hU renlans were b'urlod lu the oW r(ck u comt.tery 'Mt.. Tay. lor waH w d'favorabIy known throughout thicpunty. ... If you aro contemplating putting 'ft roof ou jqurliousobanij stabla or uuy other bulldluR, It vylH ,py you to call und got my prices beforo Uuy ,Ing el?owlioro, tor I can gave you "monoy. PAUL WOODWAHD. a9tf Hartfori. Ky. . ..: "' Tho fellow who haH BMjwy to burn collects no Insurance aa'lt. i land sAiiK van taxes. For tho taxes duo the City of Hartford, Kentucky, I will on Mon day, February, 15, 1915, expose ttt public salo at the court house door in Hartford, Kentucky, between the hours of 10 a.'m. nud a p. in., the following land, (houses and lots), or so much thereof as may betnec essary to-produco the sums required to bay. tho taxes, penalties and costs of advertising, due from tho respec tive parties to the City of Hartford for the years hereinafter set out, viz: Hl;i. Addlngton, A. L. 1 town lot $ 1.30 Ailutngtou.Artbur Itown lot 1.30 Addlngton, J. L. 1 town lot Addlngton, Archie 1 town lot Babbit, II. F. 1 town lot. . . Belgin, H. K. 1 town loU . . Holm, I). R. 1 town lot.... Burton, P. 11.- 1 town lot... Dallard, V. F. 1 town lot. . . Bishop, Mrs.H.B. 1 town lot Urng, J. L. 1 town lot Carson, C. It. 1 town lot... Cook, Mrs. Amanda 1 town lot . . Cessna Realty Co. 1 town lot Dockery, W. L. 1 tpwn lot. Davis, Chas. 1 town lot.... Dennlson, Simon 1 town lot Dennis, ,Chas. A. - 1 town lot Everly, Pendleton 1 town lot Everly, U R. 1 town loj... Fulkorson, W. B. 1 town lot Fulkerou, Emma 11. 1 town lot Forgy, .1. C. 2 town lots... Forgy, A. P. i town lots. . . 1.30 1.30 1.90 1.50 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 5.35 1.30 1.25 1.80 1.30 '1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.65 1.05 1.40 1.25 1.30 1.30 1.30 XJ30 1.30 1.25 1.-30 1;30 1.30 1.30 1,30 MC 1.30 130 1.30 L30 1,30 lt30 Forgy, W. B.- 1 town lot... France, Alonzo 1 town lot. . Hicks, Mrs. Minnie 1 town lot Hendricks, I. J. I town lot. Harrison, Roll 1 town lot.. Hallows, J. L. 1 town lot. . Igleheart, Mrs. L, G. I town lot ' Igleheait. Clint 1, town lot. .Tames, Mattlo town lot. . James Bros. 1 town lot.... James, H. L. I town lot. . . Johnbou, Lacy- I town lot.. Johnson, Rosf I town lot., Juhnion, Dave 1, .town lot. King, H. P. t town lot. . . . Kimbioy. M. M. 1 town lot. Kirablcy, B. L. 1 town lot. . Landrum, S. J. 1 town lot . . Lewis. Otis 1 town lot. ... . Meredith, J. W. 1 lot Myers, John 1 lot T .' Mcrntyro, Win. I lot Ross, G. U. 1 lot. i Ruby, 11. O. 1 lot ,.. Robertson, C. F. 1 lot Robertson, Jas. 1 lot Rowe, Ernest 1 lot.. . .1. . Rowe, Jcsso 'l lot Rial, M. A. 1 lot.. Smith, A. E. 1 lot Sneddon. 11. T. 1 lot 1,30 1.30 1115 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 I.C5 1.30 1.30 1.30 Shaver. Mike 1 lot 1.87 Smith, J. Bverett -1 lot 1.05 Smith, J. E.-l lot 1.45 Tichenor, C.p. & King 1 lot 1.30 Wilson, J. C 1 lot 1.30 Wnde, L. Br 1 lot 1.30 Wade, L. D. I lot 1.30 Whnllon, Vincent I lot 1.05 Whallen. U. S. .1 lot....... 1.30 Wells, B. L. 1 lot 1.30 Wlthrow, J. J. & J. C. lot. 1.30 Wvuick. II, 1), l lot, . . . . Wieu, Oscar H. 1 lot.... Wilson, T. B.--l lot 1.30 3.19 2.73 Wl. Addlugtou, Altha 1 lot S 1.30 Addlngton, J. L. 1 lot. 1.30 Addlngton, Archie I lot... Addlngton, A, L. 1 lot Alleu, J. T. I lot Allen, S. W. 1 lot Bragg, J. L. 1 lot Bishop. Jlrs. U. B. 4 lot... Babbitt. 11. F,-l lot Bond, D. It. I lot Burton, P. B. 1 lot Cook, Amandu 1 lot....... Carson, 0. II. 1 lot... Cessna Realty Co. 1 lot.... Dockery. W. L. 1 lot Davis, Chas. l lot......... Dennlson, Simon 1 lot Dennis, Chab.vV. 1 'lot Everly, Pendlotou I lot ... . Eyorly. N. N.-l Jot France, Alona l lot Fprcy. W. B. I lot 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.80 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 5.12 1.30 1.25 1.25 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.25 1.40 Forgy, A lV-2 lots. ....... I.C0 Forgy. J. C.'-i-l lot. , I.C5 Fnlkerson, Emma B.-t lot. 1.30 1'ulkorson; W. E.r-1 lot. , . . Illek. Minnie . lot Hendricks. I. J. -I lot,...,. Horrell, 'I. 1 lot Harrison, Itobt. l lot Hallows. J. L.r-1 lot 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.25 1.30 -1.30 TgleluHirt, Clint 1 lot.,.,.."'. Igleheart, Mrs. L. G. 1 lot.. JoiiMon. Rose l lot .. ... .Tohnaoiii Davo 1 lotj.v t 172 i i i t ' v' " X'Vk jJ2nii "T i0 " 130 jaiww IlronXl lot.".'.! '.'.',', 1.30 1.4S .if l. ' Beaver "I'll, I . MONEY SAVIN PRICES. . , WHEN WE SELL YOU SOMETHING FOR THREE DOLLARS MARKED FOUR DOLLARS WE, SAUE, VOU ONE DOLLAR OF SURE-ENOUGH MONEY. OUR GOODS ARE WORTH! ALL THE TIME. ALL WE ASK FOR THEM AT WE DO NOT WANT TO CARRY OUEROUR WINTER GOODS FOR ANOTHER YEAR. THAT'S WHY WE ARE CUTTING PRICES TO CLEAR THEM OUT. COME WHILE THE "PICKING" IS GOOD. -I CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Hartford, James, Mattlo 1 lot..... . 1.30 King, H. P. I lot , 1.30 Reld, M. A. 1 lot , 1.30 Jlovvp, JpHfco 1 lot 1.G5 Sneddon, It. T. I lot 1.30 Shaver, Mike 1 Jot 1.S5 Smith, J. Everett 1 lot... 1,60 Smith, J. E. 1 lot 1.45 Smith, A. E. 1 lot 1.30 Tichenor, C. I). & King I lot 1.30 Tichenor, S. J. 1 lot 1.30 Tweddell, P. D. 1 lot 1.45 Wade, L. B.--1 lot. ,...T. . . 1.30 Klmbley, M. M. 1 lot 1.30 Kimbioy. II. L. 1 lot 1.30 Landrum, S, J. 1 lot 1.30 Lewis, Otis 1 lot 1.30 Langley, J. P. 1 lot 1.30 Mclntyro. Win, 1 lot 1.30 Myers, John 1 lot 1.30 Meredith, J. W. 1 lot 1.30 Pendley, B. H. 1 lot 1.50 Poll. Goo. W. 1 lot 1.30 Ross. C. B.l lot..., 1,11 uuoy, ii. u, i tot , .. i.3U Robertson, C. P. 1 lot 1.30 Robertson, James 1 lot,.,. 1.30 Rowe, Ernest 1 lot........ 1.30, COLORED LIST, 101U. Lewis, Ellen 1 lot. v. .,... 1.86 Moselpy, Dan F. -1 lot , 1.20 COLOltED LIST, 1014. Gibson, Lucy 1 lot $ 2.65 This January 20, 1915. . , , O. T. O'UANNON. Marshal und Tax Collector, City of Hartford. Ky.. T A tnajl BBote-iD tie fe ton worth halt a dozen bis hoj In, a street car. . ' ' A v i,'rp . ?Jjt'l YVJKM -ll .' l' ?W fl f i.tJ Dam, Kyi; f , . ... FIRST. 0 1 1! Kentucky. WALTON'S CKKKK.' Jan. 25, Rev. J. A. Bennett bo gan u series of mooting hero Janu ary 17, and thero have been twenty-four conversions and twenty-pight additions to thu church up to the present time. The meeting is still In progress. The church 'and neigh borhood havo beon greatly revived Brothor .Bennett has dono some ex cellont preaching. , -Miss Nola Tichenor, of Matanzas is tho guet ot her uncle, M,r. Will Tichenor. Several from Centortown aro at tending tho meeting- hero. tavleorattac Mm Pate m4 Sickly . " . .Sure-KiMHudi lUg an.J lV ' Boston, January 23. The -United States army's blgRe usn.reoently nnwnea at wutefvlelt arseMlf for ter Us carrlAKc. today-- tkm tun which isi5.6i tfeetjAUfi-, .reUd a! telly eoiMtrt44 frolf k't ijf for mo oereuso qf tho Panama Canal Tr and which Is "capable of ' throwing h TcA 2.400-pod, shell Si I7-wm5 Vrought to tho Wfttdrtowi 4rLnair' iiuri,uWirai nere. i ;i iii iAg Jh- ikA Mr-. . -,r