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I Page 8 THE HARTFORD HERALD i I The Hartjord Herald J, II. & ST. h. It. II. TIME TABLE. No. No. No. No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7 113 duo nt Ellmltch 8: 112 Lv. Ellmltch... 3 Ar. Irvlngton. .. f: Lv. IrvinKton. .. fi: Ar. Louisville. 7: 111 Lv. Ar. LV. Ar. Louisville.. 8 Irvlngton. ..10 Irvlngton. ..10 Ellmltch... 1 30 a. m. 32 p. ra. 40 p. m. 3D p. m. 46 p. m. 40 p. m. 35 a. m. 0C a. m. 40 a. m. 04 p. m. M., II. & K. It. H. TIME TABLE. South Dound. No. 116 Due at Hartford 8:45 a. m, North Bound. No. 114 Duo at Hartford 6:15 p. m, (Both "Mixed" Trains.) AMERICA'S WISHES WILL BE GRANTED IN NOTE Containing Germany's Reply In RegaidTo Submarine War' fare Of Teutons. Berlin, via London, Juno 2C. There are good prospects that tho forthcoming German note to the United States will go a long way to ward meeting the American Govern ment's wishes regarding Germany'3 conduct of submarine warfare and making passenger traffic on tho high seas safe. While It Is stated that submarine action against hostile merchantmen will not and cannot be abandoned entirely, It Is Increasingly probable that the German note will embody Home -proposals to exempt hip3 em ployed wholly or principally In pas senger traffic from submarine at tack. Such ships, it Is said, would of course be subject to stoppage and examination by submarines In ac cordance with the practice In vogue prior to the present Var, and to cap ture If carrying contraband, but the regular rules of the prize law, par ticularly regarding the safety of passengers and crews, would be ob served. It Is hoped here that such a solu tion will satisfy the requirements of President Wilson's note. It Is hop ed and expected here, among those who are working for a friendly set tlement of the situation between Germany and tho United States, that the United States would see that such passenger ships were not used to transport ammunition and guns, nor lend themselves to attacks upon submarines. grdtery to- Mr. Cicero Lllea and oth ers last week, and Mr. Flavlus Ba ker bought the restaurant and gro cery of Mr. Joe Tato. Mr. Carrol Chapman, pf- Herrln, 111., spent the week-end In town, vis iting his aunt, Mrs. Mate Hunley. Mrs. Shelby Taylor and daughter Kittle Lou, of Crowley, La., have ar rived In town to spend the summer with Mrs. Taylor's father, Mr. Geo. H. Barnes. , Miss Geneva Taylor left last week to visit friends In Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. A. K. Miller nnd daughter. Miss Myrl, dre visiting Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. Fred Taylor, Princeton, Ky this week. Misses Katie Bland, of Calhoun, Ky., and Nellie Alford, Hartford, spent the week-end with Misses An nie Alford and Ruth Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams returned to their home at Stone, Ky., Saturday, after a pleasant visit with relatives here. Mason Taylor shipped a carload of mixed stock from Beaver Dam to day. CASH PRICES. Best quality Mixed Paint, any color, at $1.40 per gallon. Pure Lead Sc per pound. Pure Linseed Oil 70c per gallon. All kinds Building Material very low. Extra Star-A-Star Shingles $3.25 per 1,000. Also 39 second-hand Sewing Ma chines, some good as new, from $1 to $10 each. 18tf HARTFORD MILL CO. THE PREMIERSHIP IS PLACED WITH LANSING NEWSPAPERS REST FOR ADVERTISING PURPOSES Have Gripping National -Power, Says Speaker Before Ad. Alen's Convention. Counselor Is Appointed Secre' tary of State To Succeed W. J. Bryan. OLATON. June 28, Dr. Parrlsh's two sis ters, of Tbblnsort,, Ind., who had been visiting him here for tho past ton days, have returned home. Robert Arms has purchased an automobile. The quarterly meeting at Cedar Grove was well attended. Wheat threshing Is the order now In this vicinity. Alice Murphy Is Improving. Mrs. Luther Kissinger Is yet very 111. Miss Myrtle E. Canan Is visiting relatives and friends at Sulphur Springs, The recent rise In Caney creek destroyed a lot of corn In the bot toms. Presiding Elder, Rev. Sheffield, took suppor with J. B. Canan Sun day ovonlng. He was on his way to Louisville, wliere he resides. Ho held the quarterly meeting at Cedar Grove, with the assistance of cir cuit rider, Rev. Huntsman. Thoro will certainly bo something doing In Hartford In August from the list of indictments reported. BENNETT'S. 27. There Is a protracted going oiv at Edwards conducted by Rov. E. M. Juno meeting church, Miller. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frod Tatum and two children,' of Simmons, visited Mr. T. H. Tatum and family Satur day night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Estill Austin and children, of near Rlckotts, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wallace Sunday. Little Miss Edith Tatum, of Sim mons, Is the guest of her cousins, Misses Beulah nnd Artlo Tatum. Miss Edna Black and Mrs. Maria Likens have returned from Frank fort, whoro thoy havo been visiting for some tlmo. HEAVER DAM. Juno 28. Another week of clear "weather nnd tho threshing machine will be heard In this vicinity. Then the goldon grain will begin to come In. As the war Is still In progress In Europe, the prlco will likely be high. The farmers should remem ber how they lost on their wheat last yoar and do as they did with their poultry and wool pool their wheat and realize tho good prices themselves. Tho Equity folks ship ped n car load of stock from this place- last week. Mr, E. H. Burgess told his family For eltuwy Job printing The Herald Washington, June 2C. President Wilson ,lias apolnted Robert Lan sing, of Watertown, N. Y to be Secretary of State. Mr, Lansing suc ceeds W. J. Bryan. Since Bryan's leslgnation, June 9, Lansing has been Secretary of State ad Interim, under appointment of the President, and before that was Counselor of the Department of State, succeeding John Bassett Moore. Lansing presents a strong con trast in almost evjery respect to his predecessor. He is not a propagan dist, nor agitator, Is highly trained in the duties of his office, has the legal "turn of mind," Is on excel lent terms' with tho newspaper corps, is not burdened with a host of office-seeking friends, and Is in the fullest accord with tho President on his foreign policy. A commission was prepared which President Wilson slimed, clvlnc "Lansing a recess apolntment. When Congress reconvenes, the nomina tion will go to the Senate. No oppo sition to ills confirmation Is antici pated. One of the peculiar circumstances In connection with Lansing's ap pointment is the fact that he per sonally has no political backing or Influence. In succeeding William Jennings Bryan, foremost among the leaders of the Democratic party, n comparatively unknown quantity In the political world has been ush ered Into the premiership of tho Cabinet. Lansing Is 51 years old. Chicago, Juno 2 C Present-day newspapers aro a better advertising medium than ever because they have a more gripping national power a power that should bo studied by every thinking advertiser, Joseph H. Finn, of Chicago, told delegates at tending tho annual convention of tho Associated Advertising Clubs of the World held here. , Mr. Finn spoke of the "Newspa per, the Advertiser and the. Adver tising Agent." He declared that ad vertising is tho news about mer chandising and that there was noth ing closer to tho hearts of the read ing public than the "live news con cerning buying opportunity." "I believe in the efficiency of newspaper advertising," said Mr. Finn, "because I have seen what It can do In such a variety of lines, covering such a divergency of prop ositions that the possibility of luck or accident must bo eliminated from consideration." It Is the paper which publishes the true news that pays the adver tiser best, the speaker said. "Generally speaking, the best newspaper Is the one which secures the best advertising," Mr. Finn con tinued. ".And the best advertising Is what helps make It tho best news paper. Truth Is the slogan of this convention.- Truth la th& slogan of the newspaper that hopes to win the most lasting success the widest ln- "It is the truth that good times nnd bad are largely a matter of psy chology. In this respect, the power of the newspaper is' almost beyond reckoning." JM ::: m m m m Big Reductions on Summer Millinery! In to Prepare For Advanced StnmllnK .Music Before Going Awny To School. If you Intend going away school and studying music you need at least a few lessons to prepare yon for the now fields of work you will find there. I havo made a special study of piano for tho past three years two years at National Park Seminary, Washington, D. C, and this last year at tho New Eng land Conservatory, Boston, Mass. Hero at tho conservatory I am study ing under the head of tho Normal Department and am having special Instruction In teaching. I can gtvo you a good foundation In the best and most scientific methods as taught here at the conservatory and can fit you to enter as an advanced student rather thnn a beginner. I Bhall teach piano and voice with the necessary Harmony and Solfeg gio lessons In addition. I shall gladly answer any ques tions in regard to lessons, If you aro interested. MARY FELIX, Hartford, Ky. m i m The Wrong Mini. A man went Into a Southern res taurant not long dgo and asked for a piece of old-fashioned Washington pie. Tho waiter, not understanding and yet unwilling to concede his lack of knowledge, brought the cur tomer a piece of chocolate cako. "No, no my friend," said tho man. "I meant George Washington, .not I Booker Washington." St. Paul . Dlly News. Surprise Dinner Party. On June 25th, J. R. Head's 70th birthday, his children with other friends gave him and his wife a sur prise dinner. Many relatives were present and all enjoyed a great feast. After dinner there could be seen quite a number of people Co years old and over, talking of things long past, In 'another place could be seen the middle age ones talking of matters of later occurrence, and here and there were groups of child ren, thinking and talking of the present. There were over 40 per sons present. After a day of great pleasure, all returned to their homes. It was a day to be long re membered by all present. ONE PRESENT. A girl always likes to mention some highbrows who were to have attended her wedding, but at the last moment found It impossible to come. Report of the Condition of- the MclIENItY DEPOSIT HANK, Doing Jtii.slness nt the Town of Mc- Henry, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at the Close of Business on loth Day or .June, 1015. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts. .. .$25,888.31 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 8C.25 Due from Banks 975.56 Cash on hand 4,076.36 Banking House, Furni ture and Fixtures.... 5,354.13 Other Real Estate 245.00 Total $36,625.61 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, In cash $1G;000.00 Surplus Fund 1J600.00 Undivided Profits, less ex- peases nnd taxes paid. 408,35 Deposits sub- ? Ject to check.. $10,009.13 $r Time Deposits $ 5,906.62 f Cashier's checks rt outstanding. . $ 1.51 15,91,7.26 Bills Payable 4,'000.00 Total $301625.61 f State of Kentucky,") Set. County of Ohio J -: We, J. S. Smith nnd L. C. "Brown, president and Cashier of the' above named Bank,, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement Is truo to the best of our knowledge and be lief. J. S. SMITH, President. L. C. BROWN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of June, 1915. A. M, SMITH, Notary Public. My Commission Expires Jan,, 30, 1916. i Correct Atteet! ". A. M. SMITH,. . 8. J. TICHEMC. C, W. BAK' Detr HuHford Herald, Only W fit In order to place every Hat in our Millinery Department into immediate service, we are , slash ing the price in almost every in stance one-half. The style of every Hat is cor rect and of this season's creations and the prices are varied. Your Hat can be had at your price. An early selection will be most advantageous to you, as these Hats, at half price, won't last long, -f Make your selection now and get your choice of the lot. I P. Barnes & Bro Beaver Dam, Ky. Hf S Beaver Dam, Ky. S ' j 4$$ Grand Masonic BARBECUE At Byo Park, DUNDEE, KY., SATURDAY, JULY 24. For the Benefit of Dundee Lodge No. 733, F. & A. M. Masonic address, by Past Grand Master. Supt. Adams is expected to be present and make an address. A good Brass Band will furnish music for the day. Various candidates will address the people in behalf of their party. Simou Smith and his educated horse will bo oil the grounds and various other shows. Tho most popular young lady on tho ground will bo given one 15-jowel Elgin lady's watch. For tho winner in tho 100-yard foot race $2,00 in gold. For tho winner in tossing -maul tho greatest uunu ber of feet, $2.00 in gold. Good dinner on tho ground. Iunohealsorved at any price. An efficient corps of ofllcers will bo on tho grounds to keep good order. Como one, come all, and enjoy the boat day of tho season. Don't forgot the date, brothers. - i - - i - - - - E. F. Duke, W. V. Sproule, C. L. Wedding, Committee. ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Treasurer. We are authorized to announce HON. CLAUDE D, TERRELL, of Trlmhlo county, as a candidate for thn Dpinnerntln nomination tnr Stata Treasurer in the State Primary of auguoi 1, JVU, -'7- Secretary of Otitic. We are authorized to announce O. D. LIKENS, of Ohio county, as a candidate for tho Democratic nom ination for Secretary of State, Gen eral Primary Election, August 7, 1915, T For Circuit Judge. Wo are authorized to announce JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, as a candidate for tho nomination for Judge "of tho Sixth Judicial Dis trict, subject to the action of tho Democratic party nt the State Pri mary the first Saturday in August, 191G. We are authorized to announce T. P. DIRKHEAD ns a cahdldate for the Democratic nomination tor Cir cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict at the primary to ho held on Saturday, August 7, 1915. For Commonwealth's Attorney. We are authorized to announce B. D. RINGO, of Owensboro, as a candidate far re-election to the of fice of Commonwealth's Attorney for the Sixth Judicial District, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party at the General Primary Elec tion, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce LAWRENCE P. TANNER, of Ow ensboro, as a Candidate for the of fice of Commonwealth's Attorney for the Sixth Judicial District, subject co me action or tne Democratic par ty at the State Primary Election tf v nrsi oaiuruay in Augusi, ivio. JFor Stnto Senator. .-We ore - a-uthorized to aniiduhca JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio counSJ ty, as a candidate for the Republic an nomination for State Senator, 7th District, composed of Ohio, Muh lenberg and Butler counties. Gen eral Primary Election, August 3, 1915. 2- For Representative. We are authorized to announce J. P. PHILLIPS, of Taylor Mines, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative, from Ohio county In tho next General As-y" sembly of Kentucky. General Prl4 mary Election, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce W. S. DEAN, of Dundee, as a can didate for the Republican nomina tion for Representative of Ohio county in the next General Assem bly of Kentucky. State Primary Election, August 7, 1,915. For Circuit, Court Clerk. We are authorized to announce S. P. McKENNEV, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democrats of Ohio county, at the General Primary elec tion, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce A. C. PORTER, of Heflln, as a can didate for the nomination for Cir cuit Court Clerk, subject to the ac tion of the Democrats of Ohio coun ty, at the General Primary Election, August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce OTTO C. MARTIN, as a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, subject -to the action of the Republicans of Ohio county, at the General Primary Election, August 7, 1915. y We are authorized to announce WALLACE H. RILEY, as a candi date for the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action- of the Republicans of Ohio county at.. the General Primary Ejection, Au&A ust 7. 1915. We are authorized to announce ANDREW THORPE, of McHenry. . as a candidate for tho nominations for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Republicans of Ohio county, at tho General Prima ry Election, August 7. 1915. Professional Cards. Barnes & Smith Attorneys At Law HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. Meun.W. H. llarnes ami O. X. Smith uounce that they have formed a partner tp (or me general practice or law, ex t criminal and dlvorca cuaei, Mr. SmlU) btlns County Attorney, I. prevented from pwctlcluir auch cafe.. Mr Uarnea vUl Individually accept tuch practice. Oo In Hartford Republican building, Har J. M. PORTEI, Attorney at Law. BXAYJSS DAM, XT. Will practkt bli profCMlea la ObloaniJU olnlngcouutlM. Special attention gives to al btnlncHtatrutted to hd care. FRANK L, FELIX, Attorney at Law, KAJtTJfOKD, XT. 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