Owen Hulett, born March 28, 1874, at LaGrange, Ky.; at an early age his parents moved to Burlington, where the son received a common school education. When Owen was 15 years of age his mother moved to Williamstown, the father having died previously, and Owen entered the Williamstown Graded School but did not graduate. He entered Glascock's store as a salesman. In 1896 he began business for himself as a grocerman in Williamstown. He followed that business for 2 years, then became supervisor of the Covington & Lexington Turnpike in Grant Co. and continued as such until the pike was sold to the county some two years ago. Last November Mr. Hulett bought out the stock of the Musselman store, and now he has a fine stock. Mr. Hulett was married September 15, 1896 to Miss Anise Clark, eldest daughter of W. T. Clark and Belle, his wife. One child has been born to them, a boy. Mr. Hulett is a democrat. His two clerks in his general hardware store and 5 and 10 cent store are Arthur Thompson and Harry Matthews.