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' 1 D HERALD' HARTF S WOT B. I. iy i i . . ' UfAi $1.0 Per Year, in Advance tu itnu t i tig ivtsv ikim g in iximrtiabiriif it i gut" All Kinds Job PHntino Sentlf h j t itri COl HARTFORD, KY.; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. HUM. 47th YEAR. NO. 50 ; . . . : m. A 1 ..'.' -'ft ""- 1 - ... , ft 1 - A iFlET FOB PEACE lit THE " PACIFIC AGREED UPON .formally, but has been Initialed by I representatives ot the four Power a affirmed. Anglo-Japanese Alliance Ends as v Four Power Agreement Is Accepted HARTFORD DK- 1 FEATS CAXEYVILLE O ' " LOCAL DASHES Oet your Barrel Salt at ' :'f i ' .. I' Don't fall to sea th Rarirnlna G Hardware at v . WILLIAMS & TAYLOR In Mr. Daniel Mldkiff returned to his flCDITV V I Cfl 1 U.'flMCIL lULfUN rV'LLLL'f UUIIILIl Mrs. Emma Schroeter j jweek-end guest of friends at Mogg clnltles. bo:r.e In Lexington, Ky.. Friday af ter a visit with : his grandmother. Mrs. Mary Daniel, and other rela was the tlves of the Olaton and Narrows vl- Sharples Cream Separators No. '2 $68.00, No. 3 170.00. , ,. WILLIAMS TAYLOR.' .1 Washington. Dec. 10. The Anglo - Japanese alliance, long regarded ' with apprehension by the American . people, passed Into history today when " spokesmen of both nations at the Arms Conference accepted tn Its atead a new four-power agreement for preservation ot peace In the Pacific, to which the United States and France became parties. This action, with fulfillment ot details to follow, paves the way to acceptance of the American propos- als foreduction of naval armaments and In larger measure Is expected to "contribute to settlement of the Chi nese questions. Announced to the conference by Senator . Lodge, the four-power ' treaty provides briefly that the Uni ted States, Great Britain, Japan and France agree among themselves to respect their insular possessions and dominions in the Pacific and to ad- Just by Joint conference among The Hartford High" School "Pike Quintette" climbed another rung higher on V championship ladder I whan IhAtf rlafaata.l 1. A nrHrtl. a A. V " ...... iudj uiiamn iiiq 1. 1 i. . . n "ft . Vt. . . from . vl8-t wllh relatives at Owens. Caneyvllle High School on the local . T Subscriptions for all magazines recently. . I Mn. Anthony Robertson . has re- . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black have turned to her home near Hisflin af returred from a visit with relatives ter spending a few days as the guest Mr.: H. boro. Y. Taylor has returned In Owensboro. of her daughter, Mrs. and Mr. Porter. A C. Porter, ! 34 to 25.. The game from start to finish was an excellent exhibition ot "Mr. Ira D. Bean was a welcome caller at this office Friday and re newed his allegiance to the Herald first-class basket ball and furnished the good-fzed crowd of spectators with plenty of thrills. The score at the end of the first half was 9 to taken at the OHIO COUNTY DRUG Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lu- clan Fentress, of Davidson, has re covered from a few days' severe nine's. TO. 80"-, , r . ' Mrs. John Belf spent several lays In Owensbofo the latter part of last week - locals ran away from the Grayson . J) boys in the final heat. ' Messrs. Mayi ... R ... . Barratt.. and Holman gave entire satisfaction Ferry ,g ,pendfng tne wlnter ln Lak from a visit with relatives at Ceter- Mrs. Foster Bennett and little son, William Foster, have returned as officials. The chief point-makers .orth( Florida, for Hartford were Crowe and Shultz, ' " town. FOR SALE Two blank liorss mules, fifteen hands high, goml matches, four years otd; new set of harness. Price $300.00. B. K. VAN WrKKLE, Roslne, Ky. a natural result of their position as forwards, but Likens and Bennett also broke Into the scoring column nnd Bartlett gave an exoejlent ac count of himself at center, though handicapped by the fact that he had not completely recovered from an attack of appendicitis. Milam was the chief scorer for the visitors,' though the remainder of the team I Hlgest cash price poultry every' day In for eggs the year. and W: E. ELLIS & BRO. 49tf, Mrs. Sidney Williams-ami Infant, daughter have returned from a visit with Mrs. Williams' parents at Luzerne, ' Miss Anna Rhea from Sunday until Louisville shopping. Carson .spent Thursday in settled by the course of diplomacy. They further agree to take similar JMmse!ye,:in L.me-ui' uuu oluic. Hartford , Bartlett Crowe Shultz Likens The pastor. Rev. Wilcox, began revival meeting at Oak Grove Meth- Mr. an.l Mrs. George Bennett, of Island, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Bennett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett, of this city. Mr. RmsshI! Pirtle, after spending about tliree wpp1:s here with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Pirt!e, lelt early Thursday inorr.iiiK for Ie troit, where he will resume work with the Studebaker Corporation. xid ist. .rlu)Txtu.-MoDilay.. jJgJi-L Bora to y.r. or.d Mrs. H. M. Downey of Hudson,' 111., on Dec. 7th. a flue S-ll). buy-. Mrs. Downey U a (laushtt-r of .Mr. an.l.Kr3i.Ll L.New: aggression by other powers. -Must Bo Confirmed By Senate -'' The proposed treaty has been initiated In affirmation by the rep resentatives of the four great Pow ers, although dot yet actually signed, and must be confirmed by the United State? Senate. IMs for ten yesfrs, but any one of the signatories may. withdraw after tat period on twelve months' notice. In order Rene Vivlanl, head of Bennett 0 13 13 6 2 Center Forward Forward Guard Guard Canoyvllle "Higgs 4 Milam 14 Taylor Young Corley I Mr. E. F. Gabbert. of Sunnyda'.e. buyer for the Ross-Vaughn Tobacco omb. of the Washington neighbor- Mr.' W. H. Parks, appraiser tor Warehouse here was among our call- hood and formerly attended High the Federal Land Bank, was in this cr3- MlJr- 1, j School here. city from Sunday until Tuesday? I Highest Cash price psid for beet Hides. LEACH & LEACH, ! 50-2t Hartford, Ky. Mr. Pratlrer and the Boys Basket Ball Team went to Hartford Satur.1 Mr Ernest Magan of the Ceda day to play that High School on Its G Viclnitv. has been confined to own floor. There was great optim- h rnnm u.lth n1na tnr anmo ,lmB , stork last Thursday night Ism oh the part of our school, be- lnow ,he parents of a baby boy cause of the great victory over Hart-i ford. Hartford had even written us Messrs. Raymond Nail, Center- Mr. J. Pendleton Holbrook, of Or- town, Route 1, and A. R. Tlehenor, lando, Florida, arrived in Hartford Centertown. were welcome visitors Wednesday morning to spend a few at this office Saturday, days with hi3 father, Mr. J. P. Zto- ' ' brook and Mrs. Holbrook. He will Mr. and Mrs. Parvln Johnson, of aiso visit relatives in Whitesville and Sulphur Springs, were visited by the Ownesboro. befor? returning to his and aro home In rhe Southland. the French delegation, and Arthur klng that we cancel the date J. Balfour, in Everything In the hardware lind must go. Come In and get a r'aj Bargain. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, j , ., - tham flma n nrapl,.a heading the British dele- "" "' - V 1 , " gallon, and Prince Tokugawa, chief BUl we 'n8,8le, "r e.YBU ue'"tt""u Mr. Rollle Forman. of Narrows ot the Japanese delegates, arose and 0819 or 8 .re,unu "l """,0 " F. D. No. 2. has been quite .... jhoir ant tn h .-,,-- pense paia tnem On the 3rd. Inst, the A. C. A. sold at Miller. building at Fordsville was . V. . M,n Anma B1.fi t n . II t.-Tey were followed by the - deiegatst.ot the other. Power. real, urpni. . 100 . '. v;.AwiA4 k--a .a us wun a score 01 60 iu 10, c mo iiBfactlon at the new arrangement. ,8ur8 that we have a better team wltn Most Interesting among' these was "'ven break on floor, lights, and & the declaration of Minister Sze ot Ka3'. but the bad lights, underslze ? China, - who expressed "great satis- oal8 8man P'F1" "Pace olvi faction" with the nrooosed treaty. :"" 8u" ,ulu a " Now, while the actual perfection "v, of the treaty goes forward. It Is ex pected that the naval armament and Chinese Questions will speedily go X, on toward settlement. V Judge Mack Cook left here Sat urday ostensibly bound for Dawson Springs. Madame Rumor Is bu3y liinting at wedding bells. Hartford will have a hearty and, it approiiri- in ate. double welcome In store for the . . . . ' " .t' t 1. r. iney re.ucianuy trouI),e ginCe ,a3t Fm but -r. a, uvn. ... nu.. n..,. gen,al Judge wheu he returng. R. public auction to Mr. R. I. We did not learn the consideration. is Improving. Step In and look over my stock, if you don't buy I won't charge you a thing for courteous treatment. 50-tf M. T. LIKENS. kas moved to Hartford and purchas-half-Interest In the grocery and meat market of Mr. Luther Leach tomorrow morning. Tl iwo v' who were shot canr.rt survlw cording to physiciai' : t ti e : Hospital. Three men ramo t . ' door of Jailer Allen nVi.t - this morning, kn.ocl:ed and ; . the keys, saying th?y l;:id a i.r!-o .M'.en said that the (!;'u'y J u'er stairs had the k . rc : -1: . Roberts. Wi nwn Are ."'.: I.-. Two ir.en went ui- t'..- ; when Ojoar Allen. Dt, :.'. J:.:'. :r son of Jailer Alien. 1 1 T door they fired point 1.'. ii: ': i ' but missed him. The ':. m- Cff-Opmtl v-AlleK'a wife, Mrs. Mtry Ai'.-r sold at his sister, Maggie Ai'.ea. v. '. .0 Text Of Treaty " 'ARTICLE 1. y j ' 'The high contracting parties agree as between themselves to re ' spect their rights In relation to -their Insular possessions and Insular do minions In the regions ot the Pacific Ocean. " 'If there should' develop between any of the higU contracting parties a controversy arising out ot any Pa put our boys to a great, disadvantage, We received the best of treatment from the, Hartford people and are anxiously awaiting the chance to play the "rub" which has not yet j been arranged for.Clarkson School Notes in Leitchfield Gazette. ' Miss Mattle Bonner Rarrett. of Barrett's Ferry, is spending the- week- tl' Mrs. Katheriiia McGrayel & Co.'s efficient milliner, left the first of the week to spend the win ter months at her home in Clncinna- The local American Association warehouse was Fair Pu,'lic "ctin on the 2nd. Inst. The running out followed by I purchaser was Air. v. u. carcien, the women ap;iearel on t. the purchase price being $2750. Mr. at the top of the stair. J i'.-.a' with her brother, L. G. Barrett, Mrs. Barrett. Carden has not definitely for what purpose he will building. decided use the and Mr. Tl'KXER HOLBROOK Rev. Embry, pastor of New Bay mus Christian Church, filled hrs ap pointments at that place, Saturday night and Sunday, Miss Elizabeth Davidson and Miss Sallye Coleman, teachers In Beaver Dam High School, spent last week- Klct eud with Miss Carrie Southard, of the r near McHenry. Mr. S. B. Lee, manager of Ross- Mr Vaughn Tobacco Warehouse in this with his Miss Kathleen Turner and Harold T. Holbrook surprised their eltv. spent the week-end many friends when they went to Cal- family in Owensboro. houn last Wednesday, obtained a ' - marriage license in the McLean I have merchandise and prices that knock the High Cost of Keep ing Comfortable, as high as a cock er hat. Better hunt me up. 60-tf M. T. LIKENS. Guy Rar.ney County C'.er'.;- lias rented and moved into sliWce of tiie present Ccur.tv Clerk. Mr. W. C. Blankenship. The latter avd Mrs. F'iankenship will board for awhile. Hartford extends 0 hearty welcome to Mr. Rar.ney and his family- If you want to make one Quarter County capital and were Joined in look ,lke tw0 and bo as far as three -cWtf-Jiuestlon and luvolvfng their . . turner, pas- " j. iVk .iii, iu a tor or tne Metnoaist cnurcn of that i.uvtiss. ly settled by' diplomacy and is likely to affect the Harmonious accord now happily subsisting between them, they shall Invite the high contract ing parties to a Joint conference, to city.- The young couple returned Thursday night to Hartford where 1 Mr. and Mrs. John King left Sat they will make their home. urday, for Louisville, where they Mrs, Holbrook Is a Mr. Charlie P Turner and The Ladles' Aid of Pei'a Cumber- . land Presbyterian Church will give Misses Jessie Mercer, Glydean a bazaar. Saturday, Ci;c. 17th, be Chlnn and Nellie Dayton pialr, of ginning at 1:3m p. m. A short pro Beaver Dam High School spent the gram will be rendered Inclu ling week-end with Misses Winnie nnd music by the Beda String Band. Ar Nora Belle Wilson, of this city. , tides of various kinds will be offered . for sale. All are invited. the door, they were shot ;oua. bu'.'.ets entered the kniy :' A wife, shuttering the ,!.:- and e..terd the abd'u. -; of ; T . t s i l -:. Both v.n ; C : r'. l.-.u '.1 H'.s;iitai. I.i?; : t i t:, to 1'. - r .r .1 ; at tiie two !;.?! . .. tl t; -'rw iy.. their lu'li'ti l;:i!e;l t!.j .!-;- . -t.intly. As I.-- f -!. -'. ! . ! met' wanted ftyl lie :. i 1' . , hand. LOCAL BOY H. ti: i h - F.oscoe, afi-,! :! ' . and Mrs. J. T. Moorman f 1: H:irford. was taken to tiie Tr.iriit Hospital at Greeuvii'e r-;en'!y : 'Ill' ':: mil t'Mt Mrs. Mr. Charlie King, and Mrs. King. ... T , . - .1 1 . . . 1 which the whole subject will be re- Hu Bl ferred for consideration and adjust- tract,ve 8nd PPula,r yun IadV-! Mr- and Mrs- Crowe Thomas, of ment ,Mr. Holbrook is a son of Mr. and the Oak Grove vicinity, are the de- " 'ARTICLE 2 ,5!r. Rowan Holbrook and Is one of lighted parents of a baby boy born His name U iiobort Ray, ITnrtfnrrl'ft mnut nrnarrARalva vnnnv Vnv Silrh u, ,urcalu"ou business men. having extensive coal . . - ,by the aggressive action of any other d -0 lnteregU beglde. bel3 the ' The ,tork caned 'vj1- ,, u.ruc-i.uB !ni prncpaI stockholder of the.xecently Mr. and Mrs --.. ," e ano.ner organIled Hartford Boat Co - SL -uur""Kltu oroer " arrlvB The Herald Joins, their many tie daughter. She - - uuuui oiuuum 10 tne most Miss Susie May who has been em- rl a a a nuran 4 n a ta vt fr a 1 n f v t- t i t m 1 . 1 m daughter of will spend the winter with their son. T , . V I . ' . o.i nr.. r- M..na r.-! , Jenkins. Ky.. has returned to her Mr. and Mrs. Clarence iglr-heart. home In Hartford, on account of the wn iiad had a recurrence of a rath temporary closing of the hospital. er stubborn stomach affection was taken by her parents to the Dea- FOR EUREKA EGG PRODUCER. coness Hospital In LoMovllle early guaranteed to give perfect satlsfac- UBt week. The little lady readily tlon or your money back, write or ra,,rotldert to treatment nnd ia mult. at the home ot Mack Daniel, of near New Baymus, Dec. 6th and left a lll- wlll bear the call LORENZO BENNETT. Barrett's jng rapd progress toward recovery. Ferry, Ky. Pattlevllle Tel. Ex. , v-u. lu iu most other fr,endg , wUhlug for Mr. Bnd Dam9 Ruby E,len, efficient measures to be taken. Joint- ,. , . . . ' v i j ' 1 Mrs. Holbrook the utmost happiness 17 ana 'separately, to meet the exigencies of the particular situa tions. ' . ' l . " 'ARTICLE 'S. " 'This agreement shall rtxtin in force for ton years trow the time it ball take effect, and after the ex- and success as they Journey down Mesdames. Eleetra Robinson and life's pathway together. j Cordelia Petty, Narrows, and L. G. ' j Barrett, Hartford, were guests of GREAT REVIVAL AT ROCK- ,Mrs. Fllura Barrett and daughters. I'OBT BAPTIST CHURCH of Barrett's Ferry, Sunday. Mrs. Ellis Hoover and little daugh. ter. Alma Helen, of Buford, spent from Saturday until Wednesday of last Week with her mother. Mrs4 El dred Crabtree and Mr. Crabtree. She will likely be brought home tn a few days. Mr. Levi O. Coleman, of Peoria, 111., Assistant District Engineer for the Illinois Highway Commission, 1 was In town last week nd paid h-b ' editor an appreciated call. Mr. Cole-i man Is a son ot Mr. P S. Coleman, I Sunday night closed the greatest Nick T. Arnold's Jewelry Store plraUon of said period It shall con- meeting ever held at Roikport Bap- this year tor Xruas Gifts for every- tlnue to be In foice subject to the ttst Church. - Rev. C .C. Daes. pas- one. Call and let us show you. . right of anyvof,the Wgh contracting tor ot Beaver Dam Baptist Church, MASONIC TEMPLE, parties to terminate it. upon twelve was assisted by the-Rockport pas- 4S-4t , Oweusboro, Ky. months' notice. v 1tor, Rev. R. E. Fuqua. . Tuere were . " 'ARTICLE 4. .04 professions of faith ani 75 Mr. N. H. Bennett and son, Les- . " 'This agreement shall be ratified additions to the church as well as a ter. have returned to their home In soon as possible In accordance general revival of rellglou fervor" Beaumont. Texas, utter on extended With the Constitutional methods Of thrnuthnut tha rniinniinltv ' vUlt whl, M mill V11 I-iii uu nun. Herald Office. 50-tf M. underwent nn oi't-r.'.tion fur a read rye affectior.. The r; .a was entirely successful : mi the is raj Idly liutirovins. II. v'!- ri- itu home In a few days. II" v.u- :u panied to Greenville by his fat'M'r. The boy's condition was dNi ovi-i ,-d at tiie recent helt:i vav.in-';: a conducted nt the local b.i.i! tr.'d t!'i opportunity for treatment km 1 i:t before bis parents by rei.reseiit itives of the Red C.c.,.. ::r. Moorman 'a ertUiulaiiic In bis iwl"i.f tho hospital lv.snaeei-'ent nd triifr.-mt and is greatly Inteiested in pi-rsfi-l-ing nnd helping other mffeiers to avail liii-iii.n-iioj o! iu udvalitues. ?rr."v : vr.;s to ieath Inez,, tiie three year old child ot Mr. and Mrs. Rush Mldkiff, of Kun nydaie, died nt nboiif 1 f : 3 't Satur day night as the result of burns sus tiined st SrflO cVo-V thnt after noon. Mrs. Mldkiff had been render ing lard near the renIHwice and the lir was stiil buruL.K whenieHj went to gather In the eR$s. While' Bivn. Look me up on page Four of this I..I..T, aim you. win loox iw my ot the Paradise country u,ud U uu pliwo of Business near the Hartford otUer Ohio County boy who Is mak- tug good. We are nil proud of him. T. LIKENS. urt hn kfil!v lPHniiti(t to fiimr us later with a series of articles on If you want your Money to be 'good roads. worth 100 cts, to the 11.00, step In. I've been caught with the Goods, if j;r ,u:;J Mrg. jra D. Bean and lit- l . . L. ' UP 00 PB 119 dauter' Alk'e-. SunJy 'or a, away she heard the ..-reams of m t nrv, ; Louisville where they will make the child and ran. td the house only M- LIKENS. their home. Their new residence In to Bud her ciothlrg In fiamfs and the Hlgbands has Just been com- her body very badly burred. The A quilt made by the Ladles Aid r'uted. Mrs. Bean and daughter 'rhlld W(ls Jv(tn xU;i ..t'en' .ii Pin h-ty of No Creek M. E. Church, have beeu here with Mr. Bean's pur- i)Ut t0 no avuu. Mr. Mldkiff v. 11 If rou are lookluu for i real val- noon wliiili are Inscribed the names n,i Mr qhH tn t ii nm ... ..... . ... . . . at Waahineton. and lh.r.nnnn .!, w. - '. .... . . .. . 7. ---- ' " - " - oui nunuug anu 01a not rea-n uome aareement be we Cr.at -Br.t ln,, . ' T -a v.wu.n, ana swo,, iook me ot uu uoi.ors iu me soC19ly, win ue their new home was being construct- uutii about the time of the child's agreement between Great. Britain 'luge. Mr. E. P. Formart. of Hart- UP. You' won't havKto be a first-class sold at public auction on the Court ed. Mr. Bean Is an official of a ,wk ATllI TilllDB atiO.h u. n . .nH,J., . . . . ... .......... UVUlll. . r - wwuv.uueu Bt tora is me carpaattr in charge of tne aettctlve 10 find-me. at tho Baize lloue i-quare next Saturday rfter- rrcmluent tire a::d rubber the high contracting parties and shall take effect on the. deposit of Mr. Calvin Loyal, of Narrows. U .ratifications, which shaft take place making some additions and Improve- nett, ot tal city. . W0US0E0 RESULT Of Attack On Jail at Jackson, Ky.; State Troops Order ed Out Jackson, Ky., Dec 10. Warrants 1 " "" ' in the hands ot a Sheriff's posse for Miss Virginia Leach, daughter of Fre(, Noble and hjs SOR9 Bea(.u um, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leach, who goltller NobItti charglng them with has been quite 111 of appendicitis, klmrg of Dcpu;y Jaiier Albert was taken to Owensboro. Tuesday Robms and the VTOhMe f:ltll to undergo an operation. ! wounding of Mrs. Oscar Ail-n and Miss Magnio Al'.t-n, dauhi.ter-in-i nv end daughter 6f Jali; r A. A. All 11, In an attack on th3 Jail eariy tot y. vere expected to be serv- I t'..s af ternoon. J The men were recogniz e 1, it v. ,n Held, by the wounded won. -i: ;.;.! !,y Jaiier Allen when they utt : ; .-.1 1 re3cue Hargis and Will..' Nu''''i', Fred Noble's son and r.e; '. -v.', v. i. m the trio evidently ('.id not l : 'v ! i l I sen f er t to the Frar.kfort I:-- v-. tory Frlil&y to serve I v ; for murder. Trix Arilvp Sii:m-;. . . l".oo!'.i'.-,u:.ds fto.i; Li :-.i: -put 0,1 tiie trail this i!: r:; :;.. to no avail. The Nobles Ii. ; ur twetv-n:1h? from- tvi-n-.- - - A-' went for them duri' t' e u ..it , TroOps ordered here by Gowv or Morrow were rot e.ir;te.! to e from Whltesburg and il-izard 1 ;il y. k mr opto ml a',d the . ii.i, ; Ml id ao Vrt 111 ,lo 'ix. ;' reo l- iiO - ot nt. London-on July IS, shall term- work. Inate.' " . . ,. , ..... . . ' ; ..; The treaty huj ; nat been signed Hartford UeraW.Cl.80 the year. stand, Offlce. It over.. near tho Come In Hartford : Herald won, the 17tb. Inst, at 2 o tioik of the Fa'ls City. Hartford regrets aud we will talk "th nryceedi to be added to the So- the loslnc of such aood friends. com) any j Tne fUner4i wa. preached at Mar- . Wil- M..T. LIKFN3. c!t' fu:.ds. .nimrx ""d citizens vin's Chapel, Monday, by Rev. cox, after which the body was' laM to rest in Snnnydale Cemetery.