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HARTFORD, KY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1021.
nnnain iiptn of tlu British to Ball for homo in
HUbtltb AbKb OK AND NltAN" December. Until the word, expect-
.... ...... --.. fl.iin momentarily. from Paris in re-.
KG OF NEW FRENCH STAND h n ,n uthorit'
III VI Ul I1LH m.nwn wimtw wm mafce predcUon M tQ thel
' . 'probable date, when the conference;
French Government Demands wm be orer. I
Oranges as low us 30c a dozen.
I Miss Mattle Tlnsley, Route 3. was ' Mr. Ney Rowan, formerly of Hef-
O ;in Owensboro yesterday. lin, has moved to Owensboro where
. . he will go into the grocery business
Miss Winnie D. Simmernian spent with his father-in-law, Mr. W. C.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. (Thursday In Owensboro chopping. Bennett.
Naval Ratio Permitting
RETIRING OFFICERS COMMEND
ED BY THE HARTFORD BAR
At a call meeting of the Hartford
Mrs. J. C. Hill spent a few days ; Rev. T. T. Frazler is visiting his M;s Leila Ciena, who is teach
recently with her parents at Kronos;. parents at Clarksville, Tenn. ins In ihe Central Ciiy High School.
' ' . . will arrive Friday to spend the holl-
Dolls, Vases and Toys for the. Attorney O. C. Martin was In Ow- dayj with her parents, Judge and
children. ACTON BROS, ensboro on legal business Monday. Mrs. J, S. Glenn.
'RATIFIES IRISH TflEATY
After Bitter DcbteD:cisive Ma
jorities Given for Irish
1 e n....i .
U'l.hliMtnil tin. tl Qar.ro t a rV ' . . .... . , ' rv....!.l r 1t:t ' ' ' ' "'t
' Bar in the Court Room on December Many mothers would like a mj- wr i or ra mm uDoainuro- .r. iAtm .min, .7..... ti,cerng greeted the air -mim emem
Charles Evans Hughes as chairman gth1921, the undersigned having Hoosler Cabinet for Xmas. - .'late. Johnson's Milwaukee at. City, spent Monday night as the tljls afternoon that botu"'Hr)1.se, f
of the armament conference, has
been appointed a committee to draft 61-2t
J. D. WILLIAMS' SON'S.
. bo ... ........ llle Famament iai ra'ifir 1 tl...
Miller, and attended the local Ma- ,,.n..i..
csiiininiiK in.? IIISII I' ret
sonic Lodge. si-xta hv amni.ntiA ...!.,,..
the situation which has developed Cout mceTtf do respectfully report Davidson, was In this city on busI-Vas In Hartford last Wednesday, on The H()U,JU of toinmoi 's ,'.,.,,.
communicated directly with Premier .,,,. rfianlllt,on of rellDpct .d
Aristme uriana or trance regaraing confldence t0 our retirlng Circuit Mr. Lafe Grant a merchant ot t Mr. A, J. Davenport, of Wysox. sonic Lodge.
as a result of the stand of the
French delegation upon the ques
tion of naval ratios.
M!-s Ina BUuk has returned to
l.L-r home in Owtiibhoro aftr m,?:id-
atcly nfter the vote r,i
, 1st... We commend the ability, in- ' ' ' . "L'1 "U"'L w " "" proving the reply to Kirir's
rlnstr and moral courage of the - Don't fall to see the Bargains in ' Mrs. J. I Goodman will spend the lug several mortns nere as me guest ,Bh ,rm ,
r. Mr. Hughes Is understood to have HonorabIe R. W Slack the retiring Hardware at holidays with her daughters in Ow- of her .later. Mrs. F. L. Lauterwas- nJAnt raU"catI of , - '
Ien9boro- ' et- . cessed until Monday to nwait iv-tirm
the Her--.y i,..., n,;,i:i,(
Bl,l?n(1 Tl,. I-. .. ..... ..... .
canea me attention or w. Bnana m Judge whQ fof the pagt ,x year, WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ,
-the v entirely unexpected natur. of ha9 pMformed tne dutIe8 of Ma'
Ihe French proposal and to its fail- fc h offlce n keepng wltn the past Mrs. A. D. Ducnan and little son.
r to . narmonize wnn ine dhbit;
Make your ood wife a real Xmas Miss Annetta GilleHpia,
Ize with the baste tradlton of our profession, and of Moorman, were the recent guests present get one ot our Kitchen aid s efficient litioryi iat, will upend
i-hlch the limitation whoge dlIlln,8tratlon ha8 not 0Illy 0f Mr. .and Mrs. J. C. Riley. ' Cabinets for her. ACTON BROS, the Christina, holidays with her
si-tpr. Mis. I. V, H ir. o( I.
principles on w
"tlo Xow Called Olllcinl b(jt hag ,n fact reduced lawless- Pre-war prices on Candies, as low A nice basket ot Fruit will please Hnncork at Leitchfield.
The French proposal for a capital neM alid Strengthened the public as 12 He per pound. them nil. Any kind you want. j
.ship ratio permitting her to con- ,,,. .Wb, , ,h ,, pnrt WILLIAMS & TAYLOR I WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ! Mr. Marshal Barnes, son ot Mr
struct and maintain 350,000 tons
fair enforcement of the law; he
nnd Mrs. Joan H. Barnes, of Beav-
fon.?)'t I'i't-riy to the ( ! ;:i
attemi.t t.) turn the II.!-. v..;.
waS seen from the first v.o;i:.;
high offlce as to discourage useless tertown. nave returned irom uwens- . L.i.u.r, ..l .. ''') " , .... t.,vi l , ;ov( G e ,u (
w.icn. wnen nrst presenu lU n.o g(j performed the duties of his
isavai uomnmiee oi ine Anuuuifni
Conference, was understood to lie . ... ,.., tn ,. horo. where thev snent several days. RESTAURANT
to every litigant a fair determine-,
iin nf mntroversv. nnd his1 FOR SALE at bargain, second
and kindness hand cook stove. R. L. DE ER, . mS
I . . . . .. . ' ........ Charges i.f broken i !
Mr. and Mrs. Pen Dexter, of Cen- A fr.e line of w hitman h package tr Dam. who in a law Muueni at me , , .
' merely 'a suggestion, now Is de
clared ' to have the. full support of
. the French Government.
pleasant call yesterday.
Ciianilt"i!i:n, Government :i
the House of Commons.
1 t t
This was the outstanding develop
ment today In connection with the
have been unfailing. We do not 50-lt
believe that any man who has ev.
1 UU Killl bl ;uui v. tti I una vail- ..il. .in vuuii. ....... .
Fruits. Nuts, Cranberries aud for the Louisville Jolihlng House. n (.
to lils home In Dundee, to sepnd the
conference, and was accepted in er heM U)e offlce of Curcult Jiuige Mr. John A. Johnson, with Bond Dr. Jess S. Bean, ot Horse Branch, holidays with his family.
most quarters as consiaerauiy pui- dgtrJct hag ever p0g8eSged a Brothers, Decatur, Ala., spent a few, was a welcome cauer in uus omce
poning what had been predicted f . -oural.e and days with his family here recently. Saturday.
would be an early adjournment of
the Washington meeting.
With agreement definitely readied
on the American-Britisn-japanese nd The ntMng Commonwea!th.g Bargain.
ratios ana witn me anantung tuu-
devotion to duty and Justice than is, (
possessed by our retiring Circuit : .Everything in tne hardware line
MI-3 Mildred Stevenson, stenogra
pher with the firm of Barnes &
(iebate, dr.inr;ti. al'y !t!i-iv, :
"i'isrer cannot ;nd w.!l jwjt y,V!.l a
yard vi rr "u:;
Coi":dir.? his iv.: vi'i.
Txel I'.ptm the mi
Judge, Honorable R. W. Slack.
must go. Come in and get a rear dinner tan be bought at
v.iif Plirttilmna C:..,IM, ..-ill li.ua tnmnrmw fnr T.ri
' l:f..-if. f..ltll Vl.1 1.-
.... tit ,1 o,,,l-i .', .
t enter, wneie ui ki'c;iu mc
versatlons" moving steadily toward
Attorney. Honorable C. E. Smith,
and retiring County Attorney A. D,
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S
holidays With hc-r iare:its and other
Mr. nnd Mrs: H. T. Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Null, of
Major Robert 0"-.-i:
the Northern Farl:ar.:.-i
l'l-terite brought t!
, a amicable understanding between ,. ,.., ,,.,, riv i have taken rooms at the home of the Point Pleasant community, paid
the Chinese and Japanese negotla- ' porter and s A BraJcner Mrs. S. J. Wedding. on Clay Street, this offlce a pleasant call Saturday, r.ents nt the State ruiversi.y are
tors, most delegations had prepared ; Ja,ler ad j . . i sending the holidays with their
iu ariui'gp me rciiiaiums auana i .. ... . .--.i,. tit,. i- i . Announcing me oiieiung oi our ... i,Uir,um,
. t the oraciai stenograpner, airs. a. t. o .....i o. ........ u..ti t d,...,,,!! t .n
Th fcllwing Ohio County stu- rrU'il guns to I ,-ar u; o t tl.o
'. " 1..!
': 'i -I'iul,
provision cf the ti
the appointment rf
Cor. n.fssion to dr.v.
C, arrived Sunday to spend the holi- son. Glenn Tinsley. Powell Tlchen- XV6tn the Xorth ar'd y '
In c"?e I'lster decld
the conference In which they were Ander30n have each performed the new Furniture Store
interested so mat uooru,natB cu.u- g ap,
- missions might be left to handle ... . . ...,. ma 51-2t
them , , : " . I . A ,.' . , "The iht Cndyf tlw rlgh klnda; res. Beaver Dam. and Win, Maddox,
- ... ... c, with honesly. efficiency and consld- .... T ... r.
Firm Opposition gcen 'eratloa for their fellow officers and ' Miss Mary Rowe and Mrs. Rachel the right price at v McHenry.
Th. Impression trained amonar . cv...it i.f inn,i trr Hmwtnn WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S .
" - - haw. Aaih rAnriaroil A.fllsrinrt miniln .-.v . . w , .... ... ... .....
other delegations was that If France . Texas, where they will spend the ! Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Porter and "... " wr' 1
I r vii i!iM' tfivu rlava with l-.ls mother. Mrs. Ola Felix nr anil Koliert Mason. Harttoru:
Reaver Dam. Kv. i Marshal Barnes end Birkhead Bar- ",cnt from treaty.
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Ti.ey pl.iccd sreat sti
point that th'S provi-
the i .5.1-
insisted on the 5-5-3-3 - ratio com-
. .. . ... ... spnl nf I'lutor
. . . ......... ...;.. i . ,. .- il it1 . ii, . , ., ij...-. .,.,,. , . r M.ir. . . '
Ta I. .(.n.ntn.A .a.nlva. Thof WlUier. . UiailJ lllCUn Vl ll7. IV. L.. O..I', rtlliaxil v. .....
prised in the proposafput forward Har'tford Bar formally extend " Fuqua will be glad to hear that he rjn. 111., are the guests of Mrs. Por- Listers amendments to t e I:::. s
Thursday, she would find solid op- retiring officers and each Mr- Carl Brown of nar Liver- has recovered from a severe attack fer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank sPee were reje t ?ed in tho H u e
position confronting the suggestion. ..m ,. nnrolal,' n, thBlr more, has been employed as a bar-jf tonsilitis. - Back, ot near this city. Before re- of Ltmli ''' a v"te 't 166 to in
Neither from the standpoint of 'J V ! !L.lt HZ ber in Mr. Fred Belcher's barber turning home Mr. and Mrs. Porter the Hons of Ccn-.niorn. 4c 1 to "8.
national, security nor from that of n& R copy of thege reg0,u. sbop
present status." on which the Mom be 8pread u'pon the records of
Boys, if you want your girl to look will visit the former's parents at
sweet and be sweet during Christ- McHenrj-
MAJOR HX1X HFRK
whole scheme of limitation is built.
the Court, and copies furnished to
The Ladies' Aid of the Beulah, mas, get a box of candy at
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, ' .
tho newsnaners for nuhllcatlon.
R. R. WEDDING. Chairman. Berta- ave 8 successful bazaar at
ivn n WII.SOM cnuiiu oaiuruajr
C. M. CROWE.
It was declared, could the French
delegation defend the claim to such
a standing in the world's delimited
naval concert. '
France Has Explanation
While much regret Is expressed .,u i,.v i-v
over the Impression that appears to " . ' ' tfrtIXS KO(l L CLl'B e' ant "tl'e BOt were in wens
exist among the delegates of the ' boro, shopping one day last week.
three major naval Powers that
France has surprised them by ask-
Mrs. James K. Beechum and little M.iji.r r.nislas l r '.' :. c." V.'a h-
daughter. Pauline Mae, of Eldorado, instori. D. C. arrived hr-r-i Morjy"
One of the prettiest parties of the
Boainn lira a fftvaR Viv Tra T Vi Tn ,1.
ing more than had bee expected. ,ast Thurgd Rfternoo in hon- Hebbardsville. spent last week with Everyone is invited
members of the French delegation . - t. . ,., 0,, Mrs. Comings' sister, Mrs. Fred
Mr. Earl Barnes, of SteubenviKe, 111., arrived Saturday evening to ,0 M'end a rkort t.'n.e " witir" Id
, Ohio, will arrive here tomorrow to spend several weeks with her par- means, ct.roiite ip r.Ih.inl. r..i
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parks .and tepend the holidays with his parents, ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Murray, of 'kre he wiil :in,I rc:r.- :...
son. Hugh, and Mrs. Timor Wester- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Barnes. this city, and other relatives t.ie guest of I,:, r:.:;i.
throughout the county. Later they n.nh. i.. t. .:
A special ChritJmas program will will visit relatives in Owensboro. lives. It was icd.-j t
be elven at the Hartford Methodist ' "id talk ovtr eld ti:
to i ur
Mrs. Al Comings and !ittleon. of Church Saturday night at 7 o'clock. Mr. William D. Gray, aged SO. a mu tne.-.d .-ir.d i e , .
Civil War veteran, who spent most t elix. offer nvjr Is :...:- '
of his life near Taffy, died at his as specie I Attorrv;- in ih : ,
onnaMnr hl m tn nn sens their . . ... Belcher, and Mr. Belcher, of this Come in and see our line ot home lu Owensboro Dec. 11. His tne commissioner o. I;".er:
responsibility because they gave . cZln Mrs RT Collins Mrs cltv- ' .Christmas Candles and Fruits be- remains were Interred at Union er.ue. t-t Wvhington. givli s special
their figures as soon as they were ' Mp. paa r'nBr : fore buying elsewhere. Grove cemetery, the funeral er- ni'o to outturns crr ueiai
v;.ci UI..S cou-'.uctid by Rev. Wm. iaxar.on, nas reiignei ana v.. I. i,;i
Savage. en u luw "nice In Washington mnk-
Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. ig a sieclulty of Federal t .xa'iuii
ve returned Miss Martha C. Pate, who U at-, questions. We hope and predict for
from Owensboro where, the former ter.diug Kentucky State University Mm a brilliant success, as his tdu-
- asked to do so.
E. E. Birkhead, Mrs. Belie Cooper, !
Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp, "Mrs. A. D,
Mrs.. Oscar McKinney and daugh-
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
Mr. Briand's acceptance ln prlnci- KJrki jjrj E Q Barraggi Mrg D ters. Virginia and Rachel Hays, of
pie of Mr. Hughes' plan according guUener Mrg c 0 Hunter Mrs Beaver Dam- 8,)ent Saturdar and Commonwealth s Attor
to French circles was, It is Indicated, Hooker Williams Mrs. W S ' Tins- Sun(lay at tne nome of Jde J- P. Smlth and Mrs. Smith ha
not an acceptance ot the status quo ,ey Mi-M LeU,e Markg Mlgg Maf. Sanderfur. ot this city.
' naY'"' uul "n garet "Marks Invited guests. Mrs. I .
principle ot naval limitation." L. T. Riley, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs Miss Gertrude Schlemmer. who
The notes of bis speech In the ..... .... ,. is In school at Owensboro. was the
. . . . uscar siBiiup hiiu aiibs tviuuie Dim- . . ,
r renin mi, it i ycrrou, uuw iui merman
this was the case and tnat an oi tne
had been engaged In Circuit Court, at Lexir.titon, arrived, here Sunday cation, experience and recent special
to spend the Christmas holidays training In the Commissioner's of-
Go to J. A. TATE'S RESTAU- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. fice eminently tit him for uW chosen
guest ot her grandmother, Mrs. RANT for all kinds of 'new and E. Pate. Enroute home ehe was the profession.
Tu AnU rnk. t rammiiiAn Tn.1 ... frptih Vmna rnnrltpfi. miitefl nuts. nt TIe Hf.irv Wiirrpn Cnllln.4
Aftar several Interesting nmn of ' ...... i . .
criticism ot France outside the con- . . . . AaUM. cently. - .fuits of all kinds and fancy baskets i Louisville. I There w.ll be a ca,l sessij a of ICey-
ference as having changed her ttl- Jjj Jjj, ,uncneoa a"c" tor Christmas. I stone Chapter No.. . Royal Area
tude since that speech is due to a Make your Xmas presents useful t Hartford friends of Mr. Duncan Masons held at the Masonic Hail, on
misconception of what he really mdvrT nin Something they will enjoy every day Brass Beds, Iron Beds, Davenette Hamilton, formerly of Gresrvilie, Monday afterncon and nig'.it, Dec.
Both Sides Are Firm
of the year. Furniture, Rugs and suits, fancy Rockers, Children's high now an Attorney of Lexington, 26tu. The M. E. degree conferred
Stoves. , 5 l-2t Chairs and Rockers. Useful articles will be Interested In the'news ot his on six candidates will be in the af-
J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, and splendid Xmas gifts, at ' marriage Saturday at Versailles to ternoon and the R. A. degree that
- J , ACTON BROS. Miss Jeanette WasBon, of that city, night. Supper will be served at six
His cousin, Mr. Douglas D. Felix o'clock and each companion is re-
to- the new year and urset the plans rami Loans.
JPthr, .who la critically 111,
call this oT..
Hartford. ?Cy. tvie "benefit cf tl htaUU.
The junior haskef ball team of
Although the Freeh" naval plan It- th. Hartford school olaved th. Cen-
eelf stipulates that no new capital tert0Wn gcnooi on tbe loca, court
eblB ihall be laid down before 1926, ..,, ,aht no ,..h TVlo I - Mrs. T. E. McQuary. of Bell's
the view of the Frencn uovernineni guitant acore was 36 to'20 In favor "u"' accompanied by her husband,1 Mrs, Kowan itoibrook returnea .was oesi man. we ". questea to invite nis wue or a iriena.
It is affirmed, hi that building can of tj,a j0cals ,went to Owensboro last Tuesday, to last Tuesday from Owensboro, where and his bride much happiness. The occasion will undoubtedly be a
' lie begun in that year and -regularly Tna iame 'teama pfaye(i on center- undergo a minor operation at the she had been the guest of her pleasant and memorable one. r
continued, because y that time It is t0wn'a cqurt the following night, c'ty hospital. " daughter. Mrs. Henderson Murphree. There will be a Christmas Tree ,
expected that French finances will the Hartford boys again coming - " and Mr- Murphree for severul days, at the local Baptist Church, Satur-1 rire. surposed tJ have orlglaitel
have recovered sufficiently to per- away Tictort. I Miss Florence Nelson, member of day night. The young folks will from burning soot falling on the
to It of this expnditure. . j , the Hartford High' School faculty,' Messrs. Arthur Miller. Cecil Tfch- present , an interesting and enter- roof did considerable damarT:o the
There apparently is little expecta- There will be a Christmas Tree at will go to Henderson the latter part enor and Ben Johnson left Wednes- tainlug program and Santa f'laus roof, did considerable damage to the
tlon In American, British, Japanese the local ChrfWun Church, Satur- of tbe week to spend the holiday! day for Arcadia, Florida., where they will be present to dispense his gift deuce in this city, late Tuesday af
r ItaUan circles that the French' aay night. After an appropriate with her parents. expect to spend the wluter. they to those who have been good during ternoou. Dec. 13th, Hartford's
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
s the proposal of Its naval experts, al- ng reputation with the younger , . Mrs. Hinton Leach, who has beenj . to respond to the alarm and soon
.ready presented to the conference f0lka by again distributing gifts 'to 'making an extended visit with her Miss Mary Marks and Mrs., I, 8. PUBLIC AUCTION On Satur- had the fire under control thus pre-
for a French capital fleet ot 350,- those who have shown their good parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, Caskey Mason returned Friday from Frink- day, Dec. 3lst. at i:su P- m., i win venting the probable total lo of
000 tons, but at the same time intentions by attending Sunday Bennett, la. Springfield. 111., return- fort, where they had been ln attend- offer for sale to the highest bidder the property.
enough of French opinion on the gca00l during the past year. ed to her home here Sunday. jance at the confernce of Superla- each ot my new 6-room dwellings j
subject as been revealed to dampen . : . .. 'tendents ot Kentucky high schools, located on Union Street near Hart-. - The many friends ot Mr. J. Glenn
hope that the counter proposal for a Mr. Walter H. Parks, city, spent Mrs. V. C. Schlemmer and little' ford College.. 'It bid Is rejected. Barnes, will be glad to learn that
ITS, 000-ton fleet will be readily ac- last week In McLean, Hopkins, daughters, Eliua and Wllhelmena,' FOR RENT To individual or bidder will v receive $10. Terms: he has recovered from a receut at
epted. ' " ' "Webster, Muulenburg - and . Warren went to Cannellton, Ind., early last small family, without children, TWO half. down; remainder In easy pay- tack of llluess which confined him
It, would not surprise some ot the Counties, appraising land lu connec-. week, to be at tbe bedside ot Mrs. UPSTAIRS ROOMS, with Electric ments. To see house before sate for a weei( D a hospital at Colorado '
delegates If (he discussion lasted ln- tlon with applications for Federal Schleniuaer'a mother, Mrs Jacob Lights. - For further Information call ou me at mill. JOHN --L.L.. springs where he is sojourning for