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For Croait Juilge ' ,
are authorised to announce
L. P. TANNER ; "
as a candidate tor Cltcult Judge In
the Sixth , Judicial District, subject
to the decision of the Democratic
frimary, Aug. 6, 1921.
We are authorized to announce
GEO. S. WILSON
a candidate for the office of Circuit
Judge in the Sixth Judicial District,
subject to the decision of the Demo-
-cratic primary, August 6, 1921.
W are authorized to announce
- R. W. SLACK
candidate for Judge of the Sixth
Circuit Court' District, of Kentucky,
Iforember election. 1921.
"1 . Commonwealth's Attorney
'"""T-We authorized to announce
. . ' " ' GLOVER H. CART
, a candidate for the office ' of Com-
. moewealth's Attorney In the Sixth
Judicial District, subject to the de
cjsion of the Democratic primary,
August 6, 1921. y .
We areuthorized to announce
CLAUDE E. SMITH .
-a candidate for Commonwealth's
- Attorney of the Sixth Circuit Court
District, of Kentucky, election, Nor.!
For County Cleric
' We are authorized to announce
ROY H. FOEMAN
as a candidate tor the office of
County Court Clerk of Ohio County
aubject to the decision of the Re
publican primary lAugust ' 6, 1921.
We are authorized to announce
'TSEP T. WILLIAMS
-as a candidate for the office of
County Court Clerk of Ohio County,
subject to the decision qf the Re
publican primary August 6, 1921.
W are authorized to announce
as a candidate for the office of Coun
ty Court Clerk of Ohio County, sub
ject to the decision of the Republt
an primary, Aug. 6, 1921. .
We are authorized to announcer'
as? a candidate tor re-election to the
office of Jailer of Ohio County sub
ject to the action of the Republican
Primary Aug. 6. 1921.
We are authorized to announce
V MALIN D. HEFLIN
as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff of Ohio County, subject. to
the action of the Republican pri
y tnary Aug. , 1921.
We are authorized to announce
G. S. (SAM) BOLBROOK
a candidate for Magistrate In the
Bartletts District, subject to the ac
tion of - the Democratic primary,
August I. 19,21. y
-; , b. r. cook,
as a candidate for Magistrate in the
Sulphur Springs District Number ,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary, August I, 1921.
We are authorised .to announce
- IRA MOSjttT '
as a candidate-for he office of
Magistrate in ' Bartett'e District
aubject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary "Aug.' , 1921.
We are authorised to announce
, J. H. AltfiROSB
as a candidate for the office ot
Magistrate la BwrtJett's putrict.
subject to the aetlon ot the Demo
,We are authorized to announce
O. C MAOAN -
as - a candidate for Magistrate feaJ
Bartletfs Dletrict. subject tg the de
cision of the Democratic primary
August . 1921.'
yj are authorized to ' announce
. W. H. BAIZB ,
as a candidate for Representative
subject to the decision of the Re
publican primary, Aug. , 1921.
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Ma. John Q. Emery, of Grand
Rapids, Mkh., Succeeds
Indianapolis, June 14. John G.
Emery, Grand Rapids, Mich., was
elected unanimously as National
Commander of the American Legion
by the National Executive Commit
tee today. He succeeds Colonel
Frederick W. Galbraith, Jr., who
was killed In an automobile accident
here last Thursday.
""Thomas Ji Bannigan, Hartford,
Conn., was elected Vice Commander,
succeeding Mr. Emery In that posi
Followirig his election, Comman
der Emery announced he would All
the speaking dates arranged by the
late Mr. Galbraith, so far as possl
ble. . v
He will devote his entire time to
administration ofvthe office.
Although numerous' candidates
haji been mentioned, Mr. Emery's
uflnie was unopposed at the elec
tion. Resolutions were adopted by the
Executive Committee recording the
Legion's reverence for the memory
of Colonel Galbraith and its recog
nition of his leadership.
The committee Is to .consider the
proposal'that the body of an un
identified American soldier be plac
ed In a crypt in the rotunda of the
Capitol Building at Washington, in
stead of in Arlington Cemetery.
1 8aw Much of Fighting
Grand Rapids, Mich., June 14.
Major John Garfield Emery, elected
National Commander of the' Ameri
can Legion to succeed Colonel Freder
Ick W. Galbraith, Jr., saw much ot
the fighting that the American troops
participated In during the World
Major Emery entered the second
officers' training camp at Fort Sheri
dan, August 27, 1917. He was
commissioned a Captain of Infantry
and sent to- France with the first
group ot Americans. He at first
was assigned to the Railway Trans
portation Office at Blois, France,
and later took charge of Company
F. "Eighteenth Infantry, First Brig
ade, First Division.
He participated in all the major
actions with his regiment in 1918,
at Cantigny In April, May and June
at St. Mihiel in September and In
the Meuse-Argonne offensive in
September and October. He was
commissioned a Major ot Infantry
August 30, 1918. ' '
October, , 1918, during the Ar
gonnte drive, Major Emerjr was
wounded In the left arm and was
invalided home, being discharged at
'BABE' Rl'TH IS AHEAD OF 1020
Breaks One League Record By His
Two Home Runs Made Yesterday
' New York, June 15. Babe Ruth
selected the first appearance ot Ty
rus Cobb as manager of ,the Detroit
Tigers in a New York series to shat
ter his record tor home runs on con
secutive days. -',
Ruth's two home runs yesterday
placed 'him-sixteen days ahead of
his record last year. A-lso, they
marked, so far as Is recorded, the
only occasion on which the star has
hit two home runs each In games on
successive days.. They also establish
ed the record of seven home runs
in five days.
Ruth Is speeding at the rate ot
sixty-five and one-halt home, runs a
season. There are, however, sever
al home run records left tor him to
break. ' Like all ' other American
League players be has not been able
to make more than two circuit hits
a game, while the National League
record is four, (made by Robert
Lowe, Boston, In 1894and equalled
by Ed Delehanty, Philadelphia, in
Wlth the heavy hi.tting ot the
present day, Ruth might yet per
form the act of batting two In one
fnnlng, which was done by Lowe In
1894, and by C. Jones, Boston, in
1880. Another high mark is five
home runs In two games, set by A.
C. (Pop) Anson, Chicago, In 1894.
Ruth'e two-a-day . performance
was equalledfyesterday by Crufse,
Boston Nationals, and Dykes, Phila
THE OTHER FELLOW'S JOB
j ALWAY8 LOOKS, EASIEST
Quoting an exchange, the La
Center Advance says:
"One-third of the fools In, the
country think they can beat a lawyer
In expounding the law. One-half
think they can beat the doctor In
healing the sick.. Two-third 'of
v. ' 0 "
them think they can putt the minis
ter In a hole In preach lag the Gos
pel, and all of them think they can
beat the editor in running a news-
WITHIN 8 MONTHS
V. S. to Withdraw Troop After Con
stitutional Government Is Be-
V ' Ubllshed
1 Washington, June 14. the Unit
ed States Government expects to ter
minate . the military occupation of
Santo Domingo wHhin the next eight
months. Before the American 'forces
are withdrawn a duly constituted
Dominican Government must be es
tablished and definite arrangements
made for the organization by United
States Army officer of a permanent
native military force to maintain or
der In the Island republic.
This announcement was made to
the people of Santo Domingo to-day
by Rear Admiral S. S. Roblson, the !
Military Governor, In a formal pro-!
clamation, the text ot which whs
made public by the State Depart
ment. ' ' 1
The policy outlined io. the proc
lamation follows out the announce
ment ot the Wilson Administration
on Dec. 23, last, to the Dominican
people that the United States desired
to Inaugurate the prooesses for its
rapid withdrawal from the responsi
bilities assumed in the occupation of
the country. At that time it was
stated the withdrawal probablyS.
would becompleted in 1921.
5100,000 SAVEO FOR
STATE BMP FIINO
Appeals Courr Decides County
Clerks Are Not Entitled to
Auto Licenses Fees
Frankfort, Ky June 14. The
State road fund was saved approxi
mately $100,000 by the decision ot
Chief Justice Rollln Hurt in the
Court of Appeals, dissolving an in
junction obtained by two County
Clerks which would have permitted
them to withhold 5 per cent com
missiona out ot automobile license
taxes"for collecting them.
Under a general license law Coun
ty Clerks are allowed 5 per cent for
collecting and reporting monthly to
the State Auditor. By the motor
vehicle act of 1920 they are re
quired to issue motor licensee and
they recejve 30 cents ijLfees from
each applicant, besidesteees rang
ing from 40 cents to $1 for transfer,
duplicating lost licenses, issuing
duplicate plate's. Issuing chauffeurs'
klicenses and various other duties.
The Clerks contended they were al
so entitled to the statutory commis
sion of S per cenk
They do not report these with
other licenses to the Auditor, but to
the State Tax Commission, and Jus
tice Hurt said there Is no consisten
cy between the provisions ot the
general license law, which specifies
the duties tor which 5 per cent com
missions are. allowed, and the motor
vehicle act, which purports to be a
complete law In itself. He said that
the 1920 General Assembly Intended
the stipulated fees to cover all the
clerks' compensation and that the
general license law related to parti
cular duties enumerated in it are
equally evident. The 1920 act re
quires the clerks to turn over to the
Tax Commission all motor license
revenues collected, he said.'
County Clerks J. B. Nash, Frank
lin, and 8. H. Lewis, Fayette, ob
tained Injunctions In the Franklin
Circuit, Court, restraining Henry E.
James, State Inspector and Examin
er, from Interfering with their re
tention ot S per cent commissions
on niotpr licenses, and raised the Is
sue as to whether they are entitled
to the additional compensation.
JOHN DOE, SOUGHT FOR
I 700 YEARS,' IS FOUND
.Chicago, June IS.- The clerk In
Judge David's Criminal Court today
called tor "John Doe." v
Up rose a tallrstout negro. Judge
David looked at him curiously.
"80 you're John Doe?" the Judge
"Yes,v your honor."
"Well. - John," said the Judge,
"this is as matter tor congratula
tions We've, been7 searching for you
for 700 years. You can "be prouil ot
yourself, John Doe. You have some
Doe and two companions,, accord
ing to Edward Prosser, tried the
"lemon squeeze" on him in a pool
game and sjueezed 1800 from him.
For reasonable prices .. on fresh,
clean groceries, call on
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CONFESSION MACE BY
"BIG TIM" BOBPBT
In Connection With Mai! Thefi;
Admits Receipt cf 5!I,CC3
As Rake Off
Chicago, June 16. Timothy D.
("Big Tim") Murphy. President of
the Oashouse Workers Union has
been arrested, charged by postal
inspectors with having planned the
$350,000 mall robbery at the Dear
born street railway station several
A search of the home of his father-in-law,
William Diggs. by postal
Inspectors is said to have disclosed
$98,600 in Liberty Bonds and $14.
300 in cash.
Murphy's arrest is said to have
been due to an alleged confession
obtained from Ralph Teter, a rail
way mail clerk on the Monon Rail
road, who is said to have admitted
he received $11,000 as his share of
the proceeds of the robbery. j
The Dearborn-street robbery was
onee& the boldest In Chicago in
. Postal Inspectors announced later
that Murphy bad confessed bis par
ticipation In the mail robbery. I
PYTHIANS NAME OFFICERS;
v ' TO MEET IX LOUISVILLE
Lexington, Ky., June 15. J. L.
Anderson, Manchester, this after
noon was elected Orand Chancellor
of the Orand Lodge of the Knights
of Pythias ot Kentucky to succeed
Dr. A. O. Sisk.Lexington. He was
Installed at the closing session to
night. ' Mr. Anderson formerly wasOrand
Vice Chancellor. J. W. Carter. Lex
ington, Orand Keeper of Records
and Seal, was re-elected for the
twentieth consecutive terra.
The lodge will hold Its meeting In
Louisville, opening there a three
day, session on the second Tuesdsy
in June, 1922.
TEACHERS' TESTS THROW.V
' OUT; CHEATING ALLEGED
Frankfort, Ky., June 15. Of the
2,830 applicants for teacher's exam
ination In May, 1,337 passed and
1,44$ failed to make the necessary
average. ' Examinations In, three
counties, Leslie, Anderson and Tay
lor, were held Invalid on account
ot evidence ot wholesale cheating.
The Hartford Herald, 11.10 the yea:
At HARTFORD, Ky.
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KENDRES CONCERT PART
Scotch Songs, Bag Pipes and Novelties. '
- "CAPPY RICKS"
Delightful Comedy Success.
oKSaturday Evening Post fa ue, complete With full Cast, Scenery
and Costumes. ' '
Educator, Optimist and Suasbiia Lecturer.
DR. W. It. CADY
Scientific Experiment Demonit ation Lecture.
MUSICAL ARTS MALE QUARTETTE
Joy Souls in a Merry Program, an Orchestral Glee Club.
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