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HARTFORD,' K Y., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1921."
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1GHES ASKS BRUNO MEAN
IN6 OF NEW FRENCH STAND
French Government Demands
Naval Ratio Permitting
'350,000 Tonnage. :
of the British to sail for home
J December. Until the word, expect-('
eu inuiuemamy. xrum rans in re
ceived however, no one in authority
will make a prediction as to the
probable date, when the conference
will be over.
I Miss Mattle TInsley. Route 3. was' Mr. Ney Rowan, formerly of Hef-
O 'In Ou-en.hnrn VA.tArri.iir lin. ha. moved to Owenahnro where
he will go Into the grocery business
Miss Winnie D. Slmmerman spent with his father-in-law, Mr. W. C.
Oranges as low us 30c a dozen.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Thursday In Owensboro chopping
RETIRING OFFICERS COMMEND.
ED BY THE HARTFORD BAR
Washington, Dec, 18. Secretary
"Charles Evans Hughes as chairman
of the armament conference, - has
communicated directly with Premier
Arlstlde Brland of France regarding
the situation which has developed
as a result of the stand of the
French delegation upon the ques
tion of naval ratios: ,.
Mrs. J. C. Hill spent a few days. Rev. T. T. Frazler Is visiting his M:s Leila Glen.i, who is teach
recently with her parents at Kronos.. parents at Clarksville, Tenn. ing in. ihe Central City High School,
--J. ' will arrive Friday to spend the holi-
Dolls, Vases' and Toys for the. Attorney O. C. Martin was In Ow- day with her parents, Judge and
children. ACTON BROS, ensboro on legal business Monday. Mrs. J. S. Glenn.
At a call meeting of the Hartford i' . .j j -
Bar in the Court Room on December ' Many mothers would like a Buy her a box of that Good Choeo- Mr. David G. Miller, of Central
8th." 1921, the undersigned having Hoosler Cabinet for Xmas. - late, Johnson's Milwaukee at v City, spent Monday night as the
been appointed a committee to draft 51-2t J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS.', WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, guest of his mother, Mrs. Jennie
suitable resolutions of respect and, if
After Bitter DcbateJcisivc Ma
jorities Given for Irish
confidence to our retiring Circuit Mr. Lafe Grant a merchant of t Mr. A,. J. Davenport, of Wysox, sonic Lodge.
Court officers do respectfully report Davidson, was in this city on busl- was in Hartford Inst Wednesday, on
as follows: neas, Saturday. , business.
i 1st. We commend the ability. In- '
London. Dec. 16. Prolonged
cl.cering greeted the announcement
this afternoon that both Houses of
the Parlfnmpnf tin.t qma.,.i .i. ..
Miller, and attends th local Ma- .. ... '
... ireaty establishing the Iri.h
M!j Ina Black has returned to
Lt-r home in Owtiuiioro aftjr sind-
rlnatrv anil mnrnl miirin nf tha - Don't fall to ma the Rarrnlna In ' Mrs. J. I Goodman will spend the Inz several morths here as the Ell est
Mr. Hughes Is understood to have HonorabIe Ri w Siack tUa retiring Hardware at holidays with her daughters In Ow- of her ulster, Mrs. F. L. Lauterwas-
called the attention of M. Brland to
ths v entirely unexpected nature of
the French proposal and to its fail
ure to harmonize with the baBh;
principles on which the limitation
of naval armaments plan was drawn.
t Ratio Now Called Ollirlnl
The French proposal for a capital
.ship ratio permitting her to con
struct and maintain 350,000 tons
which, when first presented to the
Naval Committee of the Armament
Conference, was understood to be
merely a suggestion, now Is de
clared to have the. full support of
. the French Government.
This was the outstanding develop
ment today in connection with the
conference, and was accepted in
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ensboro.
Judge, who for the past six years
has performed the duties of his ; t . j .
blirh office In kepnln with the nast Mrs. A. D. Ducran and little son. Make your ood wife a real Xmas Miss Annetta Gillespie, the Her
tradition of our profession, and of Moorman, were the recent guests present get one of our Kitchen aid's efficient linotycist, will
whoHe administration has not only of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Riley. Cabinets for lu-r. ACTON' BKOS. the C'l.ristma-f holidays with her
met with the approval of this Bar,1 .1 sl-ter. Mrs. I. P.. Hancock, and Mr.
but has, in fact, reduced lawless- Pre-war prices on Candies, as low A nice basket of Fruit will please Hancock at Leitthfield.
nun and -strenn'thenert the nil ilic as J.Z4C per pound ;iuem mi. ju kiuu yira warn
sentiment favorably to the Just and
fair enforcement of the law; he
has so performed the duties of his
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
! Mr. Marshal Barnes, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Barnes, of Beav-
Mr. and Mrs. Pen Dexter, of Cen- A fne line of Whitman's package er Dam. who in a law student at the
high office as to discourage useless terto.vn, have returned from Owens- ar..l box candies nt J. A. TATfc. S l niversity of Kentucky mane us a
and trlval litigation and to insure boro, where they spent several days. 'RESTAURANT. . pleasant call yeterdiy.
to every litigant a fair determlna- - ' j
tlon of his controversy, and his1 FOR SALE at bargain, second 'Vou can get your Christmas Can- Mr. Oti3 Cook, traveling salesman
personal courtesy and kindness hand cook stove, R. L. DEVER, flies. Fruits. Nuts, Cranberries and for the Louisville Jobbing House.
. . . . ... en.11 vtttr.A T.-w r'rrv nt APTOV Ri;i)S o-na In tli'a iltv Vnnrlnv. pnronte
nave oeen uniaiung. e uu 1101 " xW. ., , - t'.ebate dr mr tkilv il
hoiiovo that onv mnn irhn hn v. ' I- to his home ln Dundee, to scpnd the ' ' ' '
er held the office of Curcult Judge r. jonn a. jonnson, wun Bona
State by emphatic majorizes.
The House of Comtnoi:., niini'd;'
ntely nfter the vote was f k n, a -,
proving the rply to the King's
speech from the throne, whicli
mAnt ratification of the treuty. r
cessed until Monday to await affirm
on the treaty by the Dai! Kir;-a.;,i
. which Is deliberating in riu-.ii,,
..-m lies nun (1 1 rin
fongl't b!it-r:r to the c ! ::i ., t
atteni.t u turn the ti.l v jt
wa? seen fron the first v.o;;:.t over
I Icj-ll (id,lJ I - ill ,j
Chiirp-.-j of broken ii'-:-. ; ;
hnrled at !.)!!: the priu . r
David Lloyd George ;t 1. .1 :,,,;,,
Chamherlasn, Government lea.:.-r i
the House of Commons.
ThomaH Moles, luember lion ! i-
fnst. one of the last
Dr. Jess S. Bean, of Horse Branch, holidays with his family
most quarters as considerably post- thg dgtrlct hag eyer p08sesged a Brothers, Decatur. Ala., spent a few, was a welcome caller at this olfice
higher degree of moral courage and "ays with his family here recently, aaiuroay. , ,
devotion to duty and Justice than is ,. j , '
nossessed bv our retiring Circuit .Everything lu ti.e hardware line,' Feverythlng for
Judge, Honorable R. W. Slack.
pontng what . had been predicted
would be an early adjournment of
the Washington meeting.
With agreement definitely readied
on the American-British-Japanese
. ratios and with the Shantung "con
versations" moving steadily toward
ajt amicable understanding between
v the Chinese and Japanese negotia
tors, most delegations bad prepared
to arrange the' remaining affairs of
the conference in which they were
interested so, that subordinate com
- missions might be left to handle
Firm Opposition Seen
The impression gained among
other delegations was that if France
insisted on the 5-5-3-3 - ratio com
prised in the proposaliut forward
'Thursday, she would find solid op-
.must go. Come ln and get a real 'dinner can be bought at
2nd. The retiring Commonwealth's Bargain
Attorney, Honorable C. E, Smith,
and retiring County Attorney-A. D,
Kirk, the Circuit Court Clerk, Mr,
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S
Mildred Stevenson, ctenogra
pher with the firm of Barnes &
R-iiitb -Pl li-iuo tnninrrnw for T.a
Center, where she will spend the I:ei1) faith v'it!l 8
holidays With her iiareits and other
j air. ana JJrs:
have taken rooms
H. T. Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nail, of
at the home of, the Point Pleasant community, paid
Tile following Ohio Co'tnty stu
A. C. Porter, and S A. Bratcher, JIrs- s- J- Wedding, on Clay Street, this office a pleasant call Saturday, ilents nt the State University
Sheriff, Worth Tlchenor Jailer and
the official stenographer, Mrs. A. K
Announcing the opening of
Anderson, have each performed the new Furniture Store.
various and trying official duties ap-'
pertaining to their respective offices, Bl-2t
with honesty, efficiency and consld-
eration for their fellow officers and
spending the holidays with their
homefolks: Messrs John A. V.'ll
son, Glenn Tiii3ley. Powell
days with his mother. Mrs. Ola Felix or and Robert Mason. Hartford:
Marshal Barnes and Birkuead Bar- Eloof frol!1 ,!ie treaty.
our Mr. Cecil Felix, of Moekville, N
C, arrived Sunday to spend the holt-
J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS,
Beaver Dam, ICy. I
"Ulster cannot nd will not yit-M a
yard rt' rnuir.d."
Cop'-iudincr bis ,. ':. v.
fixed upon the th f 1 -f -: 1 .: i ,
phouted: 'Tor Go.''
Major Robert O'NVi:!.
tke Northern Parl:ar...-i
llterite brought t'
oratorical guns to I
provision of the tr.
the appedntment cr a
Cor.:iuIsion to dr.v. ' '
ichen- ln" lne -ortn nr.a s
In c-.-e I'lster decid-;
' : tn
i'.; i 1 ry
The Tight Cendy; the- Tigh- kinds; res. Beaver Dam. and Win. Jladijo.
Miss Mary Rowe and Mrs. Rachel the right price at McHenry,
have each rendered a distinct public Snultz e" Monday for Houston, WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S .
service. .Texas, where they will spend the - ! Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Porter and
Be it therefore sesolved: That winter. 1 The many friends of rfev. R. E. little son, Allison Brenton, of Her-
the Hartford Bar formally extend ' Fuqua will be glad to hear that he rin, 111., are the guests ot Mrs, Por
to them retlrine officers ' and each alT- uarl crown ' "ear .iver- nn recoverea iroiu a severe anacK ter s parents
position confronting the suggestion. of themi ,tg apprecIatlon of tnelr m0T- ha8 been employed as a bar-,of tonsllitls
Neither from the standpoint of
national security nor from that of
"present status," on which the
whole scheme of limitation is built.
It was declared, could the French
delegation defend the claim to such
a standing in the world's delimited
France Hiu Explanation
While much regret is expressed
over thev impression that appears to
exist among the delegates of the
. three major naval Powers that
France has surprised them by ask
ing more than had been expected,
members ot the French delegation
consider this as in no sense their
.responsibility because they gave
their figures as soon as they were
' Asked to do so.
Mr. Briand's acceptance In prtncl-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
.Back, ot near this city. Before re
I'll'ITt I'OlliT ! i-.:
They rliccj preat str-- 11: 0:1 .ho
point that this prov!-:.r. of fio
treaty was Ir.serte-.l wither: the
sent of Ulster.
Ulster's amendments to the K
speech were rejectsed in the H
of Lord by a vote of 166 to 47
personal courtesy and efficient ser
vice and that a copy of these resolu
tions be spread upon the records ot
the Court, and copies furnished to
the newspapers for publication.
R, R. WEDDING. Chairman,
JNO. B. WILSON,
C. M. CROWE.
MRS. J. 11. TAPPAX EX.
TERTAIXS SOCIAL CLUB
Mr. Fred Belcher's barber
turning home Mr. and Mrs. Porter tlle House of Ccmmorn, 4i 1 to
Boys, if you want your girl to look will visit the former's parents at
sweet and be sweet during Christ- JIcHenry,
The Ladies' Aid of the Beulah, mas, get a box of cahdy at
Cumberland" Presbyterian Church,' ACTON BROS.
Beda, gave a successful bazaar at
the church Saturday. Mr
MAJOR HXIX HERE
Mrs. James K. Beechum and little Major Douglas D r '!-
daughter, Pauline Mae, of Eldorado, iSton. D. C, arrive ! lu
Earl Barnes, of SteubenviKe. III., arrived Saturday evening to t0 spend a rhorr tiu.e
Ohio, will arrive here tomorrow to spend several weeks with her par- friends, tr.route ir .!.':
One of the prettiest parties of the
season was given hy Mrs, J. B. Tap
pan last Thursday afternoon In hon
or ot the Ladles' Social Club.
The members present were Mrs.
J. S. Glenn, Mrs. R. T. Collins, Mrs
E. E. Blrkhead, Mrs. Belle Cooper,
Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp.'Mrs. A. D,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parks .and kpend the holidays with his parents, ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Murray, of where he will ::j-ec.l
son, Hugh, and Mrs. Timor Wester- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Barnes. this city, and other relatives ths guest of hi p:ii
field and little son were In Owens- throughout the county. Later they 'rJ. Frank L. F1.: a:-.
boro, shopping one day last week. ' A special Christmas program will will visit relatives lu Owensboro. tlves. It was inde 1 a
be given at the Hartford Methodist and talk over eld th
Mrs. Al Comings and little on, of Church Saturday night at 7 o'clock. Mr. William D. Gray, aged 80, a "Id friend ar.d reij .
Hebbardsvllle, spent last week with Everyone is invited . Civil War veteran, who spent most Felix, af;er ovjr IS
Mrs. Comings' sister, Mrs, Fred
Belcher, an9 Mr. Belcher, of this
C V.'a h
v.-ifir 1 id
Mrs.. Oscar McKInney and da ugh -
TI I I 1 n t I T m
KlrV Mr. V. O RBrr Mr. n lor' "rgiuia uuu naciiei nuys, ui
pie ot Mr. Hughes' plan according BlliiBnBr .... c n . M Beaver Dam. spent Saturday and Commonwealth's Attorney C. E,
to French circles was. It is indicated, jjooket Williams 'Mrs. W S Tins- Sundar Rt the home of Judge J. P, Smith and Mrs. Smith have returned
noi an acceptance 01 me siaius quo . .... !Sanuerrur. 01 mis city
of navies, but an acceptance of "the garet jgrg invited guests Mrs I " had been engaged in Circuit Court, at Lexington, arrived, here Sunday cation, experience and recent special
principle of naval limitation." L T Rlle ' Mrg John Taylor Mrs Mls Gertruae Schlemmer, who- to spend the Christmas holidays training ln the Commissioner's of-
The notes ot his speech ln the ' . ' ... ,,,..'. is In school at Owensboro. was the Go to J. A. TATE'S RESTAU- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. flee eminently tit liim for hi cUosaa
l. As I l .U. IL.t
: !:.: :' r a
I 'fi to
' w'th cur
. v.' . ' . ,co
of his lite near Taffy, died at his as special Attor:vy in c .e of
Come In and see our line of home In Owensboro Dec. 11. His the Commissioner of Ii'terr.a'. Rev
Christmas Candies and Fruits be- remains were interred at Union er.ue, pt Washington, givli'g special
fore buying elsewhere. Grove cemetery, the funeral ser- attention to questions cf Federal
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. lej UI..S com'.uetid by Rev, Win. Taxation, has relgr.e.I and w'.U ;--
Savage. en a law office in Washington mak-
ig a specialty of Federal f.'xatioii
Miss Martha C. Pate, who Id at-, Questions. We hope and predict for
from Owensboro where, the former tending Kentucky State University him a brilliant success, as Ms tdu-
' French text, It Is averred, show that
this was the case and that all ot the
criticism of France outside the con
ference as having changed her atti
tude since that speech is due to a
misconception ot what he really
' Both Sides Are Firm
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. RANT for all kinds ot 'new and E. Pate Enroute home the was the profession
After several interesting eames of Jacob Fehr' of Cannellton. Ind., re- fresh Xmas candles, mixed nuts, guest of Miss Mary Warren Collins
. , . ... ..j . 1 .... 1 ... . . .... t n. ,,: .
,imi i ait niiius mm miicy uiumk m L,OUISVllie. inr Will US a cail HessC-JJ of liejr-
for Christmas. I stone Chantw No. UfTRnni Ar.ii
rook the hostess served a delicious centIy.
riumoru irivuus ui iur. uuuu .uuaous ue.u ai tne .iiasonic Hall, oil
Brass Beds, Iron Beds, Davenette Hamilton, formerly ot Cre?rvill9, Monday afterncon and night. Bee.
an Attorney ot Lexington, 26th. The M. E. degree conferred
Make your Xmas presents useful.
Something they will enjoy every day
ot the year. Furniture, Rugs and suits, fancy Rockers, Children's high now
The lunlnr haskef hall team nf Stoves. , 51-2t Chairs and Rockers. Useful articles will be Interested in the'news ot his on six candidates will b in the af-
Although the Freeh naval plan it- the Hartford school played the Cen-L Jl D' WILLIAM'S & SONS, and splendid Xmas gifts, at marriage Saturday at Versailles to ternoon and the R. A. degree that
eelt stipulates that no new capital tert0Wn gcnoo, on tna local C0Urt' "" j ' ACTON BROS. Miss Jeanette Wasson. of that city, night. Supper will be served at six
snip snau o8 i'u uuwa ueioro mo, Tuesday night. Dec. 13th. The re- Mr- T- E- McQuary, of Bell's ' 1 His cousin, Mr. uougtas v. r eux o'clock and each companion Is re-
the view of the French Government iuUant -cor wa. 6 to 20 in favor Run. accompanied by her husband.1 Mrs, Rowan Holbrook returned .was best man." We wish "Dune" quested to Invite his wife or a friend.
it is affirmed, is that building can of tha jocali
.went to Owensboro last Tuesday, to last Tuesday from Owensboro, where and his bride much happiness.
De begun in mat year ana reguiariy The iame teams pfayed on Center- undergo a minor operation at the she had been the guest of her
continued, because jy tnai time It is town., CQUrt the following night. y hospital. " daughter, Mrs. Henderson Murphree,
The occasion will undqubtedly be a
pleasant and memorable one.
expected that French finances will
the Hartford boys again coming
have recovered sufficiently to ' per- -i-tora
rolt of this expndlture. -. - ..
There apparently is little expects- There will be a ChristmasVTree at will ao to Henderson the latter Dart enor and Ben Johnsou left Wednes- talnlng
Fire, purposed tJ have originated
There will be a Christmas Tree
and Mr. Murphree for several days, at the local Baptist Church, Satur-'
Miss Florence Nelson, member of day night. The young folks will from burning soot falling on the
the Hartford High' School faculty,' Messrs. Arthur Miller, Cecil Tlch- present an Interesting and enter- roof did considerable damaeVto the
program and Santa Claus roof, did considerable damage to the
tlon in American, British, Japanese the local Christian Church, Satur- ot the week to spend the holidays day tor Arcadia, Florida,, where they will be present to dispense his gifts aence ln this city, late Tuesday af-
Dt ItaUan circles that the Frencn oajr ight. After an appropriate with her parents. expect to spend the winter, they to those who have been good during ternoou, Dec. 13th. Hartford
Government will insist rigidly on program Old Santa will strengthen " are making the trip in automobiles, the past twelve months. famous "Bucket Brigade" was quick
the proposal of Its naval experts, al. his reputation with the younger , . Mrs. Hinton Leach, who has beenj I to respond to the alarm and soon
.ready presented to the conference toU by again distributing gifts to making an extended visit with her Miss Mary Marks and Mrs.. I, S.1, PUBLIC AUCTION On Satur- had the fire under coutrol thus pre-
for a French cspital dept of 850,. those who have shown their good parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, Caskey Mason returned Friday from Frank- day, Dec. 31st. at 1:30 p. m,, I will venting the probable total loss of
000 tons, but at the same time intentions by attending Sunday Bennett, in. Springfield, 111., return- fort, where they had been In qttetid offer for sale to the highest bidder the property,
enough of French opinion on the gchool during the past year. ,ed to her home here Sunday. . ante at the confernce of Superla- each of my new 5-room dwellings 1 ,
subject has been revealed to dampen . . . ... tendents ot Kentucky high schools, located on Union Street near Hart-,
utucky high schools, located on Union Street near Hart-, rt,e many friends of Mr J. Glenn
It bid Is rejected, Barnes, will be alad to learn that
lT5.008-ton fleet will be readily ac- last week In McLean, Hopkins, daughters, Elma and Wtlheluiena, ' f OR. , RENT To individual or bidder wllK receive 110. Terms: he has recovered .from a receut at
cepted. . Webster, Muhlenburg - and, Warren weut to Cannellton, Ind., early last small feqilly, without children, TWO halt. down; remainder ln easy pay- tack of Illness which confined him
It, would not surprise some ot the Counties, appraising land in connec-.week to be at the bedside ot Mrs. UPSTAIRS ROOMS, with Electric ments. To see house before ale for a weBk in a hospital at Colorado
delegates If the discussion lasted In- tlon with applications for Federal Schlemmer's mother. Mrs, Jacob Lights, - For further Information call on me at mill. JOHN BELL. Springs where he is sojourning for
to the new year and arset the plans rarm Loans. ' , Jehrwho Is critically 111. call this Sice. .'j-' . ''. 4S-tf. ,51-:t Hartford, Ky. thtJ le;.eflt cf t!, health.
hope that the counter proposal for s Mr. Walter H. Parks, city, spent Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer and little