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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1922
rfllM.E STOIT, A DEMOCRAT"
ti-.. u r.f,,-,) non,,),n.r, i,. i,'tlie season, lie uiienoeu nuruoru
li.Bt issue, in a manntr reminiscent i High School during the year 1920
of its windmill-fighting during the;-l "nd was well known here. He
dog-days of last year's campaign, ' was a member of Barnett's Creek
tnrew a familiar fit of frenzied ' Baptist Church and a splendid
partisai.Bl.ip over the new Kentucky 1 young man. He is survived by his
Kenerhl.regisiratlun law. - lis spleen 1 parents, wife, three brothers and
over what it tries to make Its ! 01,6 'ter.
hem h men think is nn effort at dls-' Russell Walker, pastor of
Iraiichiscment is laughable in its Hartford Baptist Church, conducted
ciiildUhness. As for our contem-: funeral services at Mt. Hermon
porary'a slur at Judge Robert L. ! Methodist Church, Thursday after
Slout, one of Kentucky's ablest and 'noon. The body was laid to rest in
most fairminded Jurists, one would U" church cemetery. An immense
conclude that it is trying to out- i congregation was present at both
LasKer Lusker. Apparently, in its' services, and there were many beau
.stimation. the roost conclusive ar-'tif"' "or;i' offerings. The surviving
gument over a question of fact is a
plea in confession und avoidance.
"Tlds or that may be true, but
'your grandfather was the Kaiser's
best friend' or 'a Democrat de-
law must stand' ". But
,'whnt'v sauce for
the goose is
tuoe for the gander." Four years
ago last full several thousand Dem-
nnrutfl .i'1li, (.'CM illuftannKlaai1 In
,77 r . " ,.. (
Ohio County, as the reouH of a
state law, Interpreted by Judge
Slack, a REPUBLICAN. Appar
ently it is all right for the whole
Democratic party of Ohio County to
be disfranchised by a technicality,
hut when a few members of both
parties are faced by possible tem
porary denial of suffrage on ac
rount of illness, which might occur
on election day as well as on regis
tration day, a hrrible howl of "un
fairness", goes up from the Republi
Perhaps the registration law is
lmptriect, but in its essential ele
ments it is a step toward fairer
elections. Its provisions apply
alike to both parties and no class
if voters is unfairly discriminated
against. Its only object is the
elimination of corruption from our
politics and such a result should be
welcomed by all good citizens. As
Judge Chas. A. llirdiu aptly puts
it: "Any organization which puts
itself on record as opposing elec
toral machinery which insures pure
elections is doomed to fall.".
As to expense, the Republican's
statement is mibleadlng. The reg
istration this year may cost (2.400
but a large percentage of the regis
tration equipment is permanent,
the magnitude of the registering
process will he much less In suc
ceeding years and as a result the
cost will not be a third of the Re
A little Inconvenience and -pence
should weigh little against
the ultimate safeguarding of that
palladium of democracy, the un-
buiupertd txerclse of the right
TO VISIT MKXHX
Mr. Martin Philip Sheridan,
electrician for the Holt Coal Co.,
at Mcllenry, applied. to the Secre
tary of State at Washington. D. C,
for paskports to Mexico for hmself,
wife and child.. He was iu this city
last Wednesday for the purpose .of
having County Clerk Ouy Ramiey 11 lUrU IU illii J UUC.
assist in preparing tale application.1, n f
They will leave soon after July let.
Rev. Oxcar Ashby, of Centcrtown
al. rs P. No. t. was a pleasant call
er at this offkv. Tuesday.
50-Mile Motor Classic for Purse of $40.0.00 ,
Among the country's famous dirt tract stars are entered the following: Anderson, of Louisville- Essex. Mii Ion,
of Owensboro Ford Special. Phefferj of Louisville Laurel. VVerner, of, Indiana Ford Special. Bland
ford, of Owensboro Ford Special. Sullivan, of Louisville Eisex. Mullican, of Owensboro Maxwell.
Bettineer, of-Indiana Ford Special.
Two sensational Motorcycle Races.
Admission 55 cents,
DELBEKT WHITTAKER MEETS
TRAGIC DEATH IX RIVER
Delbert Whittaker was drowned
at 6 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, at
iimliiuteF whlla bathing In Green
Kiver. A bout was passing at the
time and it is not definitely known!
whether the waves from the craft
or cramps caused his death. After
dragging the river for two hours
the bodv was found. His age was'
18 years, 8 months and 3 days.
The youth was a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Whittaker, of the Bur
nett's Crtek vicinity and he and
his wife had only, recently moved to
Rochester, where they opened a
bathing btach and restaurant for
relatives have the
sympathy of his many friends both
here and in the home community.
Miss Aflie Mariam Thomas .and
j Mr. John G. Weisbecker, both of
I Louisville, were united in marriage
I at the St. Louis Bertrand Catholic
Church, of that city, Tuesday morn
I ing the 20th. Inst, at 8 o'clock, Rev.
Father Lyons officiating. After the
ceremony the young couple rcpair-
ed with their attendants and a
small party of friends to the home
of the bride where a wedding break
fast was served. Later In the day
Mr. and Mrs. Weisbecker left for a
two weeks' bridal trip In the North.
They will reside in Louisville..
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Henry Thomas, who
formerly resided in Hartford and
in Narrows, and Is an attractive
and popular young lady. She but
recently completed her freshman
year In the University of Louisville.
Mr. Weisbecker Is a young man of
sterling worth, and flattering pros
pects. He recently completed an
enlistment service with the V. 8.
We, Join the many other
friends of the young couple in wish
ing them the utmost wedded happiness.
OWENSBORO vs HARTFORD
Saturday, July 1st. -
LOGANSPORT vs HARTFORD
Sunday, July 2nd.
CENTRAL CITY vs HARTFERD
Tuesday, July 4th.
These are all fast teams, and you can't
rr i i : : ' d 1 . n
aw v w
if you expect a seat.
Game called promptly 3:00 p. m.
Greatest Automobile Race Ever
of July -
8. A. DAVEXPORT
Mr., A A. Davenport, aged 73
died at his home In Rochester, June
19th., after having been in poor
urmiu lur nrfciai cui n. ..... itn
port formerly resided In Ohio Coun
ty, near Wysox and was widely
known and highly respected.
Mr. Davenport was a member' of
the Cool Springs Baptist Church,
where funeral services were held
and burial took place Tuesday af
ternoon. Besides his widow he- Is
survived by three daughters: Mrs.
T. B. Wilson, Knlghtsburg; Mrs.
Ed.ia Taylor, Beaver Kara; Mrs
Wm. Abercrombie, Cleaton, and
two 'sons, Leonard, of Rochester
and Carl Davenport, of TulS3,
and Carl, of Tulsa, Okla.
To the people who are Interested
directly or indirectly: ,
. The cemetery and church grounds
of Green River Church, near Crom
well, will be cleaned off and put In
first class condition on July 4th.
The people are Invited and urged to
come and spend the day, bringing
lunches and suitable tools to do the
work that should be done. After
tb,e work Isv done, In the afternoon
about 4:30 the pastor will deliver
a sermon in the church building, on
the theme, "Heavenly Recognlton."
Be sure to come or send a hand and
spend the day with us.
wrch KHlKT.ns. Pastor of Green
. . ,
MT. PLEASANT TO HAVE .
There will be an all-day Singing
Convention held at Mt. Pleasant
Church Sunday, July the 29th, All
choirs are urged to be present and
the public generally is invited.
Bring your lunch baskets, well fill
ed, and spend a pleasant and pofita
ble day. Mr. G. J. Christie a Is
chairman of the convention.
' There Is more Catarrh In this section
of tha country than all. other diseases
put together, and fur years It was sup
posed to be iocuiabla. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly (ailing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it Incurable. Cuthrrii is a locul disiate,
frreatly Influenced by constitutional con
ditions ami then-tore requires constitu
tional trtutmnit. ituli's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co., Tolc.lo, Ohio, Is a constitutional
remedy, is taken Internally and acts
thru the Wood on ti e Mucous Surfaces
of tha Byrtrm. One Hundred Dollars re
ward Is offered for any cob that Hall's
Catarrh Medl ine fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
-F. J. CHKNEY CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by LruE fists. Toe.
Hall's Fumlly 1'ills (or constipation.
The Hartford Brald. 11.60 the yeai
Uta UCUIU Will
A U pAmP rlv
... -w.-.w rj
- Qwensboro .'Fair
Best riders in south entered.
All races in afternoon;
Gcnvral Registration,, July 10 and
East Hartford E. P. Barnard, J.
Leslie Combs, J; W. D. Morris, S;
C M. Crowe, C. .
West Hartford 8. T. Barnett, J;
J. E. Bean, J; Elijah Robertson, S;
R. H. Riley, C.
Beda Heiner Humphrey, J; Estll
Bennett, J; o. R. Tlnsley, 8; Dud
ley Westerfleld, C.
Sulphur Springs R. W. Johnson,
J; H. C. Actcm, J; Ab Westerfleld,
S; Mrs. Irene. Duff, C.
Magan J. H. Helton, J; J, Q,
Magan, J; C. D. Taul, S; Roscoe
Cromwell Silas Stevens, J; Ike
Cooper, J; Warren Taylor, S; J. D.
Cool Springs Jas. L. Moore, J;
J. N. Berryman, J; Q. M. Benton,
S; H. Wbitescarver, C.
North Rockport J. T. Carter, J;
Sam Robertson, J; J. L. Brown, S;
E. C. Woodburn, C.
South Rockport Mack Hendrlx,
J; Clarence Hodge, J; Ray Herrel,
S; Jas. S. Danks, C.
Select E. B. Finley, J;' C. W.
Ranuey, J; Virgil Drake, S;Everet
Horse Branch M. B. Crowder,
J; Jack Walker, J; O. J. Christian,
S; G. J. Hoover, C.
Ragland, J; Andrew Alford,
S; L. L. Embry, C.
East Beaver Dam Ben Reld, J;
Will B. Taylor, J; J. D. Blanken
ship, 8; Ellis Smith', C.
West Beaver Dam Luther Ren
der, J; Jas. Barnes, Jj Otho Dex
ter, S; J. Morton Williams, C. '
Mc Henry Sam James, J; E. F.
Render, J; W. E. Smith, S; Oscar
North Centertown Herbert Ren
der, J; H. A. Ashby, J; Alvln Ross,
S; L. D. Jackson, C.
Smallhous C. T. Kittlnger, J;
W. M. Addlngton, J; A. L. France,
S; Ross Morton, C.
East Fordsvllle C. W. Wedding,
J; Ira Hale, J; R. I. Miller, S; Miss
Abble Whittinghill, C.
West Fordsvllle W. T. Keown,
J; A. L. Knott, J; Jeff Whittinghill,
S; R. O. Neel, C.
Aetnaville J. A. Bellamy, J; J.
J. Miller, J; Will Haynes, 8; Wil
bur Phillips, C.
Shreve Sam Bennett, J; John
Robinson, J; Ira WhiHinghlll, S;
Oscar Petty, C .
Olaton K. C. Byers, J; Henry
Felix, J; Hayden Hert, S; M. S. Pat
Buford E. C. Balrd, J; Simon
Wigglnton, J; C. D. Hudson, 8; O.
C. Magan, C.
Bartletts Ed Daniel, J; Ben W.
Taylor, J; J. R. Weller, 8; Roy
Mitchell, C. -
Heflin T. D. Owen, J; A." V.
Rowan, J; U. 8. Condlt, S; J. W.
Ce'ralvo 8. P. Moore, J; D. R.
Helsley. J; Alvis Fulkerson, 8; J.
H. Wood C.
Point Pleasao Joe- Everley, J;
J. N. Nail, J; Watt Taylor, 8; A. B.
Narrows J. T. Petty. J; J. B.
Renfrow, J; Lon Phillips, 8; C. C.
Ralph J. A. Greer, J; J. L. Pat
ton, J; John Raymond, 8; D .D.
. Prentiss O. E. Scott, J; John
Cooper, J; Odie Burgess, 8; Moscow
Taylor, C. -v . .
Herbert Grant Mldklff, J; J. B.
Pruner, J; Abe Howe, 8; L. J. Tay
lor, C. ' ' . '
Arnold C. W.Arnold. J; O. W.
Howell, J; J. W. Arnold, 8; J. O.
Render Milton Park, J; John
Stewart, J; Chester Loney, 8; Claud
Simmons Lon Day,
Held in Kentucky!
Southard, J; Harrison Crowe, 8; G.
T. Tlnsley, C. ' .
North Hartford E. G Barrass,
J; Hooker Williams, J; C. P.
Keown, S; Sam Ellis, C.
Sunnydale C. W. Wlmsatt, C;
Albert Cox, 3; Almon Duke, 8; J.
T. Davis, C. v
Pond Run J. H. Miles, J; A. H.
Ross, J; James Russell, 8; Norton
Taylor Mines J. P. Paxton, Jj E.
F. Render,. J; Rowan Oreer, 8;
Richard Baker, C.
South Fordsvllle W. H. Park, J;
Shelby Ford, J; D. N. Howard, 8;
John T. Smith, C.
South Rosine B. H. Morris, J;
R. H. Rains, J; Will Monroe, S;
Miss Mayme Crowder, C. .
- South Centertown C. S. Rowe, J;
Hr B. Bean, J; M. D. Heflin, 8; Ed
gar Calvert, C. (
MADE A. F. L. HEAD
Cincinnati, June 23. Led by
Samuel Gompers, foes of the Rus
sian , soviet government in the
American Federation '- of Labor
seemed certain tonight of placing
the federation at its convention here
on record against the recognition
of the Soviets for the third succes
A test vote, called for at Mr.
Gompers suggestion, virtually end
ed the debate but a final showdown
went over until tomorrow.
Aside from the Russian question
the convention went on record
last as long as
the Cloth itself
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Suiting; which, for any reason,
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THE COST OF MAKING
'II Popular Shad
Hartford, Ky. .
i against the . federation affiliating
with tha International Federation
of Trades unions, - and elected Its
executive council,' headed by Mr.
Gompers as president. ' It wai Mr.
Gompers' forty-first election and be
cnruMV vcaivrtnv Twrvisnm.
' " VICTIM OF ASSASSINS
Berlin, June 24. Dr. Walter
Rbthenau, Foreign Secretary ,in the
German Cabinet and one of the
foremost economic experts In Ger
many, was assassinated here today. '
Dr. Rathenau waa on hie way to
hie office in an automobile when he
met his death. Another car, oc
cupied by three men, drove 'up rap
idly from behind, overtaking the
Foreign Secretary's machine. At it
drew abreast the men opened Are,
discharging ten shots from pistols.
One of the occupants of the mur
der car threw a hand grenade.
Dr. Rathenau was killed instant
ly. It had been reported at ' first
that there was only one assassin.
The assassins escaped.
Mist, Versla Newcomb, city, spent
Thursday In Central City) the guest
of friends. - .
Mr. W. C. Smith qualified as Po
lice Judge for the town of Mc-
Mrs. A. B. Riley and eons, John
and Baxter, were in Owensboro.
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