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HARTFORD, KV., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER -3, U21.
ir:iNE PO.VEBS AGREE TO
fi -Of EH DOOR' ji CH1SA
Jntefrlty of Her Domain Assur
.. ed; Japan Alone Makes
FISCAL COURT IX
mono loose leaf -
I MARKET OPENS STRONG
Washington, Not.' 19. Heads ot
.-the delegation of the nine nation!
The Ohio County Ftical Court, by
order of adjournment entered at the '
October term me at Court hall last ,n. -Ae r. A.,,.-- tlA kl.
rur oontiium. until Friday. ,592,705 Pounds Average $16.61,
Judge Mack Cook ' waa presiding,
with the following Justices present:
Ed 8hown. W. C. Knott, Q. B.
Brown, O. E. Scott, W. C. Daugherty,
J. T. Whltehouse, B. F. Rice and B.
C. Rhoads W. C. Blankenshlp was
Leaf Reaches $55.00
With all floors crowded to capacl-
circuit court to
Judge Slack and Commonwealth
Attorney Smith .Will Close
Term in County
The Ohio Circuit Court will con-
Mr. O. W.. Hoover, Hartford.
Route 6, paid us an appreciated call
Mr. Berry Taylor, McHenry,
Route 1, was a pleasant caller at
this office Saturday.
Mr. Guy Ranney, County Court
riprk-rciMt. of McHenry, wan a
JBPAK SEEKS CHANGE !
! NAVAL RATIO PRC
j Six Powers AccepcArmy
tion Idea; Continue Co:
eration Chinese PoK
Washington, Nov. 21. Tl
Conference has reuchrd a
Ikensblp was t h th. r(,tfi. fA nf tobacco vena hers nexi Mondav. the 28th.. .'. . . . o... ...
liuu. ,.. A.ir .fh ("(, " " . . " . welcome Visitor at mis omen omui- miliar iu evcryuuiiy m nm
-.-......I.,. l.....lnn ot Far . . .. . . . - mai ever cam- mm uwtuiuuru u. in me lauv term m wuicu . ,,,, th- rnlirse of n,P1.nntoi
iii,...tr.wU. ... - A.torner A. D. Kirk on band in an' , .1 ...... .. . ,,,! w cii, nt
tuntty and territorial integrity
Japan, through Us delegation,
-while willing to discuss the Chinese
iprogramme and throw as much light
as possible on the general question,
. 1 a 1 . I A J ' 1 A war Mi 1. 11 1 t -t -1 CltXy
an opening uay naio, csLiniaieu bi notjen w . oiuck win presiuo a Ml
2.000.000 pounds,' and with the t- Judge of this district. . . vawaV(a
w ao ..nfvtt tVi mAifllnff'i laloi at. riislta n num Knt nf now Mil 1 r a hfiva ' .
0,6D W1 w. ..Q - . I w" Lfeo King, of Henderson, were me
$17.19, more than three times the ( been filed since the last term igue8t9 0f friends here over the
. . .. . . . a ,oVrfnd.
uuuo. . year s sales, me local loosemai 10-
over the fiscal affairs of the county bacc0 market got under way to a
to the newly elected court on Jan. 1 t .u.Diclou. itart Monday. i'
IBCUSSiua r. .,.. . - K.rk -B
Eastern auestons at the Execotite ..
i.-iim auinn tndaT . szDreased "
vuuui -v"u-"- Tli itim nn of tba court was
themselves as adhering to the prlcl- ( taken up the fcUow- e
pies of the open door, equal opp-r- -
2. Mrs. vituia Bmiu, w.ie LaBt year on opening day, the en- W. T. Keown et al.; Commonwealth .e.terday. to spend two or apparent
present lncumDeni, was eiecteo Aims Ur9 break of tobacco offered brought' of Kentucky on relation of S. A. ' ' ,,h relativeB ivIm-ouh a
Unnaa Vniwr for n norlnd of two' t,.i. . , me - m r. n.n- t- inreo uujo wnu
, In equity : Margaret A. Adkins 1
vs. Eskll Kitchens; C. C. Raymer vs.
Mrs. Howard Ellis and son, Mas-
iter John Hill Ellis, went to Owens-
Kicssen. EverythinK is In J
11 mi lieing kept tticrp with '
to compromise later on. .
It does not mean that' ever
tion will not be satisfactoi
tied, or that confusion has c
en the conference. The varloi
gatioiiH know their wjy thro(
mnr.e. Tiie inti
V Vl .aVwould rret an undue HouM Keeper for perlod f tW0!n average which fell below $5 ajBratcher vs. Tom Hlnes; Felix Dem-
Tears. hundred. It was the worst outlook mines, vs. Willie Demmings; Gus Aus
Trt TilTTOPll'oP HARTFORD toT tobacco 8rowers ,n d, vs. Lela Austin; Mrs. Mary Oor-
I . . .
ovu.k... .0. nnt1 . ... crops on the floors rejeciea
caron ivijurw au.uUa. . we wisn to tnann ae gooa ciu-, - n,.ta.j tn
.v.' .nrf the Jananese ...... ... I prices-offered. They threatened to
. i4a vwias.'v" v--- - xclirj UL nui IIUIU iUi tuou vvwycm
-f vatinM nf the discussion by ft
yi VVW "
detailed examination of minor
We wish to thank the good citl-1
in nf Hartrnrrt rar tneir co-onera. 1 ....
statement was read by Admiral., ,n tne receut ten day meeting. "aul luo'' " ... . ,. :
Tomosaburo Kato. Th8 nouse wa8 crowded every ser-! m . ,h ,,
. r a r. BrafMi I . . .... . . ,, 1 was talk of holding the crop lnaet-
U. 8. V levra Not tatea vice and tne g00a wlu and . fellow-! " ,
Secretary Charles Evans Hughes hJ manifest. i.,.n.,te,3r.: -- J :
presided at the meeting but did not , "foUower. ot Jesus Christ aJ Jhe ""."rslX
express American views, one of the CQm t ,ee tne fo of MCtarlan Throng, of ""- ro" J0"
-,iolmm that tha Ameri- . ... .... . ed into the Owensboro and the Far-
4ieieK"y ........ a animosity tiiiu .ro uesiruus ui uuu- ... , . 1 . .. . . - . , .
j k ir 7 . . ... mera' Home warehouses to witness lSOn vs. Everett L. Hudson Mary
ing. a common platform upon wnicn and le on yg Lg ,sa.
j viscous state of the varlou
'tlnna la Hlmr.'v likp tlm rtdiiM
Helen Black, nfnnt daughter of n the baking herome-i firm b
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Igleheart, who This little explanation Is ne
has beert on the sick list for several ' lest a recital of the compli
days, is Improving rapidly. j that developed today should 1
the Idea that everything had
had don vs. P. T
the gon vs. Thomas and Eva Hamilton;
Bessie Patterson vs. Clorlne Patter
son, ct al.; W. P. Taylor admr., Mfs v g carson, who has been pot
Lacy Hayne3 et al. i. Lillah and D. 1 ,, hlth for a number of I
Haynes; Myrtle uranam vs. trnest .
S.. Oraham: H. T, Holbrook and W.
w awi warn axnreaaea uj
'JIughes prior to the presentation of
China's ten points several days ago.
H. Parks vs. Pettus Davis and L.. P.
Slsk etc.; Daisy L. Miller et al. vs.
Katie Dawson et al.; E. W. Jack-
liiptm Now Says "No"
months. Is in a critical condition at 1 our naval, p'.oi.j.-.ala, . wlticls
her home on Mulberry Street. j "m-cejited in inincii'le" the
iday, are fairly in the mlxln;
Mr. Frank Black and nephew, ye stand by our c apital ship .
Berry Likens have w"3turned portion of 'five-llvo -three " and
111., after spendinR Rev- where aloiiR the American line
Statements were read by the heads earth
thus extend Christ's kingdom on
every face when the buyers began
bidding for the weed on the floors.
f tha Relelata. Brttlsn. littuau.
Portuguese and the Netherlands
delegations subscribing to the prln--ciple
of the open door and the In
tegrity of China.
Minister Sze later issued a state-
mATtt nf nnnreclatlon ot the wlews
expressed by, the delegations and j
said that China -wished to reserve
the right to. comment In detail at
. , , ' , , ..'when 65 baskets had been sold ac
. . ... T ' 'the Owensboro house early in the
cannot stand" and our L01M s pray-;. . ag
er was ior tne uniiy 01 nn tuuuieui
belle Hughes vs. Riley Hughes.
Ordinary actions: L. T. Riley vs.
Peter Fox Sons po.; S. W. Anderson
& Co. vs. Barker Brothers; J. W.
. .0. - ... . - 1 he past inreo weens wan hci
Decker vs. John Decker; Horse Shoe steve, Ernest and Howard Ellis
r 1. u i-s v u rv.... w nr ...... . .
IIUIU Illl.M. MMm,m -
eral days with Mr. Black's daugliter, , there any sugKestion of weakening
Mrs. Alvin Porter, and Mr. Porter. England Is with ns as far as "fl'
five" goes, but is Filont about t.
1 1 urce. in omcr woras. en-
the past three weeks with her sons, 't.Ppts the plan of ultimate equal!'.
Mrs. Mary Ellis, who has spent j "three." In other words, she
'11 Kft aliniil. t7 a hundred more I Dnkha, Ce ir. ftYi n..tat. T TOT
"That they all. might be one" . a haa!.. ,. .... '.,.
"Come, let us make a .Joyful niose At the w r,,mh,innd ti0 m
in dav last year. At the
.., Farmers House, the first 57 baskets
YOUNG PEOPLE WED
unto the Lord."
kev. ana mks. wm. savame.i . ..... ., .. .
i(averagea 910. .1. o -
this time was 40 a hundred and
trash was going at )2. '
... a m.. ah of the local tobacco Industries
Xtir. nuiiaau um uuu, iiitao cwir.
... 0u. --a . . .1 o..- ... were reDresented. There were also
Mia. - Mavll iTravls surnrised their ' a number of buyers here from "Hen?
uivTiiinRn tlflV MAKING '
- MISS - mavil i 1 rvi9 auryrisBU lucir
GOOD IN XTNIVCRSITlt .rlends. on Saturday, the 12th. derson. Hopkinsvllle. Bowling Ooen
inst. by going ttf Rockport.'Ind., and and Louisville
LexlngtonrKy.. Nov!? "lO.-Johu
'.Allen Wilson, the son of John B.
WTllson, of Hartford, is a sophomore
tn the College ot Engineering at the
University of Kentucky. He gradu
ated from the Hartford High School
In the class t 1920 and entered the
"University the following 1 September,
,. -where e has been making an ex
tra ny' good record.; Mr. Wilson of trlfjaia tor the utmost happiness
Tias Recently been Initiated Into the taroughout thelr wedded life.
Triangle Fraternity ana ne is
-a mamKof nf th SoDhomore En-
getting malrried. The bridegrooms
are brotbei-s, and are sons ot Mr.
... lur. T W Imv nf nan. To tfv
auu ...... ,. -, . v. " . w mwm. j -
.u,.. .v.. k.u. j,..h. when J. Davis received SS5. Trasn
. W UllO VUO Ul iuou wav uui e vv . sswa. --- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown and Mr. on this load brougiit z.7U,. wun a
. . . . Ill G4 At thA?
$35 I Top Price
'- The "highest price paid for dark
lenf was at the. Farmers' House
Warden vs. Cumberland Tele. &
Teleg. Co.; W. M. Warden vs. Cum
berland Tele. & Teleg. Co.; Frank
Williams vs. Will Wall; Lewellen
Francis vs. Broadway Coal Mining
Co.: Robert Francis vs. Broadway
Coal Mining Co.; Guenther Hard
ware Co. vs. C. W. Hoover; Sidney
Williams vs. Foster Bennett; Lemon
Pharris vs. I. C. R. R. Co.; Butler
Brothers vs. Otho Dexter; Harbison
Gathwright Co., vs. Otho Dexter;
C. D. Balls vs. Lee Hill; E. L. Cal-
1 bert vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.
The following named
families, ot this city, has returned
to her home, in the Alexander community.
In our navy and hers, says no mo.
about the interruption of ten-y'e '
naval holiday, and will fight it out
with us in committee about subma
rines and cruisers, hut she declines
to express an opinion ns to the merit
Ark., has arrived here to spend the 0f our proposal for Japan's navy.'1 '
Thanksgiving season with his moth-j Japan has braced up and tonight
r. wenuing, ana juubo pt . known that she will nnvof.
never agree to hold ner capita: snips
Mr. Walton Petty, of Harrlslmrg.
er. Mrs. K
Wedding. He will probably remain
Nade Travis, ot Hartford, final average of 134.92. At tne . have been ordered upon the Grand phree.
West street, os du, i "- jury: j. u. aoya ueorge T. Tins-
was oaid 154 for a nasKet ot
Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook '
spent Friday In Owensboro. They j
were accompanied to that cily by !
1 their son, Mr. McHenry Holbrook, i
I and wife, who remained lor a visit
citizens with Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Mur-I
Route S. v
m. 1 1 f .1 .. nAnnl.
'..!.- th. ht t.h. nf a host leaf! the top price at this bouse.
nut us vvw m m n m r
Trash on this loaa soia tor o.i.
It was conceded by both tobacco
growers and warehousemen, as well
' gineering Society 'and ot the Ameri-
can Association 'of Engineers, which
. has one of tlie largest memberships
"4t-any student activity on the Unl-:w p0well, of De Koven, Ky., took
-rersity Jampus. He is planning to place Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
The marriage of Mrs. Mary Stals
worth, of near town, and Mr. Harvey
.-j,,.!. frnm the College ot En
gineering with the class ot 1924.
MISS EMMA JOHNSON MAK
at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Henshaw, Rev. R. E. Fuqua offi
ciating. Only ' the members of the
MMAJOHNSONMAK. !lmmed,ate f were pregent
ING EXCELLENT RECORD Mrs. Powell left Wed-
" . 'nesday mprning tor Morganfleld,
Louisville. Ky Nov. 21. Among they will make their home.
The Herald Joins their
th market is much stronger for the
same type of weed offered than last
Average Is f 17.19
On a sale of 106,765 pounds, at
both houses, the final average was
$17.19. Many high averages were
made, but as neither of the sales at
either of the two houses was com
niAtd At the noon hour, the average
on the total sales were not tabulated.
: the members ot the public scbooi
music clasa of the Louisville Con
Louisvme on- wtahin- them a nrosoer-
..rtorv of Musle who are now ok . . .
tatnlng practical experience In teach
ing mttslo In the public schools of
r'TniAvlUe is Miss Emma jonnson,
,.htr of Mrs. B. . J. Jonnson,
1 . Ana nf tha thirty-three who are
i'us and. happy future.
PROTRACTED MEETING CLOSES
- - w- I UUIO LUUULJ UTUUy pT.UBIHi
This Ohio County flrl;ymt gayge closed a ten-day meet-
. a thlrtv .thrAA Who are . . .... , .... nr.j.aj.
learning the most advanced methods ngat Large audiences were pres-
. . 1. ,. ..k.Al. . n
f teacning music iu ent at all services and many com
-i.in- community singing unaer
guidance of the faculty o
conservatory. Reports from
teachers are to the effect
mia Johnson is malting
pllments were passed on the able
and Instructive sermons of Bro. Bar
age as well as the beautiful singing
ot Mrs. Savage. , While there were
only two additions to the church the
HOW OPENING DAY
PRICES COMPARE WITH
THOSE OF FORMER YEARS
Boyd George T. Tins
ley, Frank Cooper.Joha B. Brown
Marion Shultz, R. C.TIchenot. W.
W. Daugherty, J. P. Cambron. EV.
Mr. J. Russell Pirtle, who has
been In the employ of the Studp-
Taylor, C. A. Crowe, John Qutsen- f0P the past, several years, arrived
berry, O. R. Tinsley, J. W. Allen. H. here Friday to be- the. guest of his
L. Taylor, Walden Haynes, Clayton parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Pirtle
Bozarth, J. Tomerlln, E. G. Barrass. for about three weeks.
O. K. Bishop. J. H. Babbitt. M. V. '
Renfrow, R. H. Gillespie, L. C. Mor
Mr. John Flener of Cromwell,
Complete Sules Monday
Owensboro sold 202,706 lbs
S50.645.68, avr.. 116.73
47.850, avr, 16.S0.
ton, Stonewall Cook
List of Petit Jurors to be sum
moned for the first day of the term:
R. Y. Davenport, Will Chick, N. O.
Hunley, R. E. Gentry, John W.
Thomas, C. D. Bean, E. P. Barnard,
M. D. King, James Gray, William
Christian. J. C. Ralph. R. P. Mc-j
Dowell, L. D. Fulkerson, J. J. Jama.
was the victim of a painful accident
gin, W. L. McKernon, W. E. Baker, iat Wednesday while hunting on
A. R. Carson, U. S. Condlt, J. A. Taylor's Lake In Butler County. A
DnVa 8am P.. Bennett. John R. .tmv hnt struck him in the eye and
Daniel, J. E. Bean, Warren Hopper, lodged back ot the ball. He was
Richard Shields, C. H. Farmer, A. taken to Louisville for examination
E. Pate, A. S. Cblnn, Muck Daniel, and treatment, which, It was hoped,
C. W. Ranney, M. F. Faught J. D. would result In saving his sight.
fn, ! Helton. Fred Boone, R. W. Maddox,
to 60 per cent of the number alloii
d to the United SratMaB(T'toi'KfifV
land, conveying the intention that,
regardless of what happens, ' she
must have 70 per cent and thinks
nhe ought to have 75 per cent. V
CIiIiicm- Phase Still Snarled
The Chinese (iicslions are as well,
snarled ns ever. They did, it is true
adopt a resolution embracing four
general principles for the discussion
of Chinese affairs et the meeting of".
J the committee '' Far Eastern and
Pacific questions but tonight every.
di legation aud it natellles Is quar
reling over what Llihu Root, who In-,
reduced the resolutions, ' really -meant.
' . ; :
: Every eoavea'ii. of the myriads
jthat have been u tb-Far East .
i ha'i carried a proviVfon tor yespect
ing Chinese sovereignty and Japs
ami lha nfher Powers have hat n a1 t
Mrs. J. . cBicriiDiu, .hnninelves 1ul tlie came. Tha
ond dtu'luratiiiu. might mean that
everybody was pledged to get out of
China; otherwise, how la she going
to be left timmbarrasaed to work
out a stuble government?..; .. .
The third proposal la pimply 'a
paraphrase of thi "open door" policy,
which is no old r than the lo!;tlon
of the principle it enunciated.
By Charles Sflelielson. ' .
Among our appreciated visitors
Tuesday were Messrs. L. M. Asklns,
Narrows; T. P. Fentress, Barrett's
Ferry; Guyman Westerfleld, Nar
rows; F. O. Coffman, point rieas
rows, and Marvin Parks, city.
E. W. Jackson, Herbert
for field, W. C. Overton.
tnai iiB - only two aaamons 10 iu cuuru m-
n excellent record In her work and mOTyttg wgg by no means unauccess-
. ,. . .. .1,. mAat nn nil 1 A r .... .. . . . ... ...
mat sne UUQ .
tudenta of the school among her
classmates. . '
ful, and It is the opinion of all that
much and lasting good was accom
Wa verv much regret that r'
Tha tnrnl 'Methodist Sunday SchOOl ..nllv haii forr-Ad h .I-....'"
makes the following report for last gtancs to omit a number of ne! -f.
Sunday: Ihood cominunicaiious. Wa trtt ; r
NEW COUNTY COURT , Total present 122- 'correspondents will pardon as r
tXERK EXPRESSES THANKS Visitor ..Mr. Loo King, Henderson. favor Us with thulr regular n
1 .Collection $5.66 letters, for wo appreciate, the'r t
I take this method of publicly ex-'Largest collection Bible class Tices and are only too glad 4) r
nr.flalnff m daanaat thank to the fi11nd.1v ScTVil next Sunday ...9:45 11.1, tl.ulr imiiiiiili'uttnna a,'
many loyal friends who aided in my Preaching ..11:00 a. m. and 7 p. m. possible.
KENTUCKY GIRL HONORED
Total sales 592,705 lbs.,
$98,495.58. Average $16.61.
' . - J920 Opening Sales
870,135 lbs., for $19,631.02. avr.,
.1010 Opening Sales
608,110 lbs., for $96,430.62, avr.,
fia.vi. 1 ... . .
In 1918 the opening day average election 10 ins o.u .ul- ul vvul, ,
..... , 1 court clerk at the recent general , The Board ot Directors of the
Wain 1917 the opening day average election. I feel the great responsi- Hartford National Farm Loan As-
L., .., Rvin ' ... til no devolving upon me ana .octauon. compos o, Br.. .
Br.viau A .... .1 tun.. ... m . - ww t
To Insure their tlr
pearance we urge that they r
not later than Monday and
day or Saturday, if possible.
Louisville, Ky.. Nov.' 19. That
Miss Sarah H. Vance, director ot the
Rnaolal Thank'.irlviai services Will WSS 811.82
v. .t u.r.fnrd BunHut! in 181B the ODenlng day average
State Board of Health's Bureau of cbrcb at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow, was $4.63
Pure Foods and Drugs, was elected mornIllg This is Jo be a union ser
Tlce president ot the Association ot ylce and tvtryone (t invited and urg
American Dairy. Food and Drug (1 t0 be pre,ent for the purpose ot
Officials at that organisation's re- uttltlng jn 0sring thanks for the
iwni mAAtlns: at Malml.. Fla be .,. ki.ui.ia rraator has be
came known here today upon the 8towed upott -g 4s individuals and League ot America. addressed
return of Miss Vance to Louisville..' naoDle during the past year. i large audience at the local Melt
. I g g .unit UVW UO'"i""B wwu j ' " - - .
in 1916 the opening day average will conscientiously devote my most Mllligan, and H. W. Haynes. Hart- The Women's Missionary
- . L.-nA.t aA-nrt tn tha end that I fnrd Rouute S: W. H. Rhoads. Bea- f tha Ui.rtf.nrl MethodiAt
may administer the business of the ver Dam, Route 2; H. R. Pirtle, met wjth Mrs. J
county In such a manner that you Hartford, Route 4. and W. W. Pir- afternoon
will have no cause to regret your tie, city, met at the omce ot tne
No Burley was sold Monday. Ow
large audience at the local Method
i. . ..hnrrh. Sunday morning ' at
.conferred upon her. Miss Vance was, Mr. Ford Bryson accompanied by lt 11:oo o'clock. , He clearly and
'-elected by the association to resp Mrs. uryson, : oi uih, -u-., ,farlessiy preseaiea icis tguwrumi
to the address ot welcome delivered with the L
on behalf ot the Malml officials
. .! ml. ...A..l.tl,.n fAnaldftrad thi
choice. ; '
Again thanking you. I remain
' GUY RANNEY.
In addition to having this honor
" firti iAL"SERVICH
I ford. Rouute 8; W.
A special Thr
program was rendered, k
vocal solo by Miss teatrlo
Fogte, Saturday afternoon for the instrumental mu.ic by i
(Rhea Oarscu. Every feat
I program was highly enjo;
,a ladles. At the close a dellc
dies ot the Hartford Methodist
transaction of routine business.
METHODIST BAZAAR The
Last ' Sunday , . night
Leaguers of Beaver Dam Methodist Nov
ann waa served by the ho
Church will give a baxaar in ' the .
Junior church , basement, next Tuesday 1 Mrg. Bottle Taylor ha
23th. Both dinner and sup- from a visit with her i
Mrs. Bryson. ot Oallatln, Tenn.. ' f.ftrlessly presented facts concerning, Leaguers or. eeaver warn wnoui jmov. u.u. from a visit
'd with the L. N- R. R, Company, de-'tb, aUregar4 tor the liquor laws and , church rendered a splendid program, per will be served and there will be Lld MmWi of
partment ot real estate valuation and ur,ed those who believe in law en- A Junior choir was organised and on display a wide range of useful;
ie Arals-ment. arrived in' Hartford f0rCement to awake trom their.; they had charge ot the music. A article suitable for gifts or yourj Mri. JoBie D
.t ..... . ..j ...in k k. t.n dava . uki-.i n..-n..r. nf cood crowd attended the serviced own use. Those in attendance at the bedside of
vnur ... t..i. nf T
the servicesj, own use. Those in attendance at the bedside of her daugh'
have charge court as well as local citizens will g, Caraou.
The association couiuc.- ippraiavmeui. afr.w ... .- w forcemeat . o wa -
jw - .!.. nf hnidint its next i waak. and will ba here ten days ...h.vv. atand behind the officers ot gooa crowu iuu.u
.... ...... -.r. .... . . t .... . v.i.. nMn.n ... . .u . .... k.. Tha Junior choir will
meeting l uouisvi. - -n - - iu mv . - - - .. ica iaw, ttvui. - . . . . .. ... . ...
wnvnua . . - " . . .k. . ..n An tha i-at Sim. km tha nnnortiinltv of liartnk Inir
.aid io.-y, and she pt..cts tnai - . tna, a0 their duty. ivl ' " , " : . . ..
" . tr-. ... r...i. Vi.a -,o. . nta...nt ' 'dav In December. Everyone Is In- of a sumptuous repast and at the
tvy In 1953. caller at this cir.ce, Monday. , TUf Hartforo lirald. IV80 the yeai vlted to attend
Thu ..HI., u 111 be
same time assisting a worthy cause. xiutnkagWUiy dn) sfu'r 1