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TKe Daily Register; RicKmon3, MaSson County, KratucEy, ..SafdruIX' fl";
SOME TEAM AVERAGES i IN CHURCH LEAGUE 7 yS 'J f - -. - " I" i 7 E i THEATRE 3 Hi 1 'p .l7ziiz.:il-h"iy, if II R Jesse L Lasky presents WALLACE m ALWAYS 3" (Toujour de LAudace") CC Gpammonnl Q'iti'aiQ J: i'; i i; ' i r , - V Vi .fill I U i 1 . 1 1 wm The First Christians now have the lead in everything1 as .-they liavq. taken the lead in fielding from the other "Campbellires" of the eastern part of the citly- Ev ery team in the league has slump ed in batting except, t lie Metho dists who are playing better ball in all. departments. The fielding averages have gone up in all teams except the Second Chris tians. These two things denote better playing, closer games, -and much more interesting ones. Neft is still leading the pitchers with loiir wins and no defeats. Hem- bree continues to pilfer the sacks and is leading in stolen bases with 17 to his credit. The. batting av erages will appear in ah earlv is f-ii.:.. ; . ". '' SIC Ul llil.V jJJitJJCI. V J r as rZ.X'ii . All R H FirM Christians .... 3C2 114 121 Presbyteiians 2S7 78 91 Baptists 303 1)2 94 Calholics 212 35 58 , Second Christians 338 C7 S3 , Methodists 217 58 fiB . TRAM F1KMIIXCJ AVERAGES The Best Wallace Reid Picture Ever Made If you miss it you'll be sorry for the rest of your life. Don't Forget the Date TUESDAY ' ciatb ro A Kirst Christians 23! 122 Second Christians. 21 97 Baptists 201 9." Methodists' 1SK 72 I 'i -eshytcrians ...j. . 1!7 S4 Catholics 13!) 77 rimiKicN i:Coiis -Vitehers AV XefT. 1st Christians 4 .Millard, 1st Christians .... 1 Gentry. Baptists ., 1 I ' .1!. J'ai ks. Baptists . 1 loniilas. 1st Chr. Meth... 4 C. Itourt-rs, 2nd Chr. Catlu 5. Koid. Metho. Catho: 3 Ileinlir.X', Baptists . 4 ITackett. Bre.-h terians .... 1 A. Hanger. Bresby 2 !-aaes. 2nd Christians 1 Bontrick. Catholics 0 Tuipin, jrethodists 0 : Willoushby. Metho Sandiin, Baptists Dykes, 2nd Christians O I J. Barks, Methodists ,T. McCarthy. Sr. Catho ft H. Hanger, Presby 0 K 34 37 44 44 55 47 I- 0 II n Pet 310 274 263 24 Tct .914 .S94 .871 .S51 .S37 .821 l'ct 1.000 1.000 1.000 i.ooo 1.000 .fit; 7 :2r .00 .571 .500 .500 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .ooo .000 .000 Sir i : 5? i r 's - : I Kill i7 1 . ! : 'S? ylSas Beautiful ChrinlmHCi The Official Records ''SI ex. : Distance IMile 5 Miles 10 Miles 15 Mile- 20 Miles 25 Miles 50 Miles 75 Miles 100 Miles One Hour 9 " - . . v i Time ' Wle Par Hour' i.. i'i'i . 35.01 - - - 102.8. ,J-Cfn 3:15.88, - - - 91.8 v 1 '!! 6:31.48 - - - 91.9 . I -X ! . 9:45.96 - - - 92.1 - V .! j , A 13:01.48 - - 92.1 '"; ;'V. I - 16:37.94 - - - 90.1 ..j. A ANW ,33:16.43 - - - 90.1 S.. ... f; : . V fir - 100 Miles -. - - . 66:53.16- - - - 89.7 ' ! V&; V V nW-1-' One Hour - 89.0 I I 2$M QJNCE January 21st the Paige "Daytona 6-66" model has Ifl f,jAK KJS captured, tea world's stock chassis records and established MsA w ITTVf i TH EATRE EH75M 11 VH. .OTrXZ-i DETROIT AUTOMATIC SCALES DRY-K0LD REFRIGERATORS and COOLERS AMERICAN MEAT SUCJLRS REGISTERS SHOW CASES SAFES We can supply you from A to Z Thos. M Mf, LEXINGTON, KY- C0VINGT0N, KY 104-106 Walnut St Scott St. anJ Park Place 28 Calv. Bap 29 29 1,000 BUSHELS NEW WHEAT SEED WANTED Leaves Daughter In Care Of A Jewel Thief From the experience of a life of crime. J "5 i 1 1 Preston spoke to Iiis daughter on his death bed: "There's only one way to beat this crooked jjanie, Nancy. Keep out of it." Old Mill had !ept her out of Ihc srame so lar, mv wncn ne was. "gone, would Dave and Joe pro tect her? lie distrusted Dave he cause he had seen in his eyes a flame of passion. Joe was greedy and treachero'.is. He would betray a pal. Jimmy Doyle was the only one thing' to be trusted - Jimtrry.was clean and played the crook game "straight." He has been like a session. Jimmy and Nancy are the leading characters in "Dice of Destiny," starring i T. i. Warner at llic local inciter IWouday. This story by John Moroso is said to be even more powerfully gripp ing than "Alias jimmy Valen tine." which won stardom for Mr. Warner-when he. created that be loved rogue cn dic stage. Greeks Start Offensive (P.y -Asr-tu.-iatorl Prss) Constantinople, July 9 Greek troops have started an offensive against the Turkish nationalists, in the Ushak--section today,, ac cording to an unconfirmed report brother to Nancv. and to him Bill emanating from Greek official pntntsled his most nrpritim;- hrm- Circles 1 DESTRUCTIVE FIRES are sweeping property ail over the country. Protect yourself by taking out a policy in the safest and most economical company in the v country. A small cost will insure you big protection. ' J. W. CROOKE Office at Citizens National Bank in Richmond Motor ; ; Ccmpany Garage '-:; 'v That Ashland, the new pedi greed variety of wheat developed by the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station will be pop ular with farmers when wheat sowing season arrives is shown by the fact that requests have already been received by the agronomy department of the sta tion from various farmers of the state for more than 1,000 bushels of seed from this variety. Only 100 bushels will be available for distribution from the station, ac cording to members of the de partment, but farmers who wish to sow this .variety during the coming fall are being referred to the 25 farmers who have just harvestd all the Ashland wheat grown in the state during the past year. Ashland wheat grown by these farmers was inspected while still in the field and found to be free from noxious weeds or bad mixtures with other vari eties of, wheat. During the six years that it has been grown at the Experiment Station, Ashland has exceeded all . ether popular varieties of what grown in Ken tucky in the yields produced. Calvary Baptist Revival To Close Services Tonight Pastor-Evangelist D. Edgar Allen will preach his last sermon of the Calvary meeting this even ing at 7:45. Subject "Does God ever speak to us today ?" This will be the close of the revival meeting- Evangelist Allen will leave on the midnight train for Barbourville, where he is pastor. He has under construction a $65,000 church building there. The meeting has been very successful. There were 19 additions to the church, all but four for baptism. The baptizing will be conducted Sunday afternoon. Rev. Allen has delivered some great messag es and the spiritual life has been greatly revived as well as sinners saved. ; ' : Bees Drive Girl Into Mower Carlisle, Ky., July 9 Rena lMaines, T3, had the small bone and all of the nerves, muscles and blood vessel in her left leg sever ed b"y a mower. The little girl had gone" to the field to take A drink of water to her uncle, who was mowing hay Nearing the machine, she stepped into a bum ble bees nest, and as t!; trss '-be- W9B itself as the leader of all American sporting cars. There could be no more impressive evidence of the speed, power and endur ance which are essential attributes of truly fine motor vehicles. : s. ' s . jr. f ..-ys.'.'sy- LUXON GARAGE - ------ m .f r . vr nm lrll1v u i , i Lrn L, Bambino Lets Self Be Bees Deposit 90 Pounds Fanned To Please Kid of Honey Between Windows d-4.4. i t t 1 r t i Versailles, Ky., July 9 When oS-1?' John Y. Rout bad a carpenter . the New York Americans, in an exhibition game with the Pitts burg Pirates, kept a promise to T. B. Doyle, professor of St. Paul's Orphanage at Idlewood and visited the institute- Doyle formerly was professor at. St. Mary's Industrial school at Bal timore where Ruth spent his boy hood days. The famous ball player was accompanied by "Rbbit" Ma ranville and Charley Grim of the Pirates. Ruth went to bat be fore the 800 children' at. the of phonage and was fanned the first up by Mike Raganski. aged 12. crack, pitcher of St. Paul's. Then Maranville took Mike's place and the Home Run King smashed the ball over the lot to the delight of the fans. Possum Hunter Dies From Bullet Fired By Farmer Cynthiana, Ky.,'. July 9 Wm. Williams, colored, died from a bullet wound in the abdomen in flicted when he was-mistaken for a chicken thief by Frank Duffy. He was passing, the Duffy premis es on a possum hunt when the farmer, aroused from his sleep by noise at the barn, called upon him to halt and fired when -Williams did not heed the command. The negro blamed himsjelf and said he was' excited when he saw Duff' with the pistol and feared to stop to explain. Old Church Torn Down By Associated Press) Shelby ville, Ky., July 9--The Olivet Presbyterian church near Chestnut Grove, which was es tablished in 1796 has" been torn down. The members have united with the Shelby ville church. The materials from the old church will be sold and f e proceeds used to build a fence around the old cemetery in which many pioneers are buried. Bowling Green Progressive tBjr Associated Press) Bowling- Green, Ky., July 9' This city is to have new asphalt streets over virtually the entire cehtrcl portion of the city. ', The move the casing between double windows on the second floor of his home, the opening was found to be filled from top bottom with honey. The heroic measure be came necessary after bees had ta ken undisputed possession of the two best rooms in the house. A clew to their mysterious presence over a period of months was hon ey which trickled down a sash cord. ' After a series-of battles have been driven from the home., Paralyzed While Seated On His Hcrse In F'kl Cynthiana, Ky.. July 9 The death of Thomas Thvicke.it dall, 64, farmer, of the Renaker section, was particularly tragic. He was found in one of his fields J by farm hands -seat e.d on his horse paralyzed and unconscious. He was lifted from the saddle and rushed to a hospital here but died shortlv afterward. Our Warships Withdrawn (By Associated Press) Washington, July 9 The situ ation at Tampico does not neces sitate maintenance of an Amer ican naval guard, is the reason given today for orders withdraw ing the warships recently sent to that port. R. D. RoBards, Harrodsburg, was found dead in a room at the Balvedere Hotel in Columbus, Ind. Papers on his person indi cated he was on his way to Shel byville, Ind. Quantities of drugs wer found in his valise. 0,000 If ens an a s .costers. i Sell your Poultry now, as the market is sure to go lower. We will send our truck for your Poultry. We also buy eggs. KENNEDY-'PRODUCE CO. rc Demonstration in Pari: c:ty cc" r'l ',l3-f p.; Joan of J . r - n - - X u t ' " frit ' L-v 4- - - - . .- i v. y All tS-ahce honored the memory of Joan of Arc recently. A great demonstration was held In Paris la" Conor of it f"Eant' maid, whom France acclaims as her saviour, and who-was a year ago made saint of the Universal r tr--.' ".. ? -r otr r?rH. .flows' e-i ifir.trri:' !x t 2 : t:u.:-:-:3 by French irts In r!;;rr:-;ii eta-' o 4 o !.