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President Harding Thoroughly Enjoys "Roughing It" in
Mountains With Edison-Ford-Firestone Camping Party
Upper loft: Henry Ford, chopping wood. Upper right: President Harding and H. S. Firestone discuss the morn?
tho foreground resting. Center: President Harding accepting a bouquet of Howers from an aged woman residing near
Harding, on his arrival, greets bis fellow campers.
Thomas A. Edison in
ip. Lower: Presidont
r I* fi Ii! RR are those who may claim j recently concluded n unique camping
'* tho above picture refutes thcloxcursion through the Maryland and
fiopnlui belief that Thomas A. Edi- ? Wcsi Virginia mountain:
sun, Hie world's foremost inventor,
'cops only four hours a day. Hut
Edison is only resting, while his
tanions, President Harding and
Fircstono.ttho tire man nf nc
'iscuBB the morning nows,
three men, with Henry Ford,
It was a genuino .'huck to na
ture" trip for thc ? ampers, who
sought to shun as much ns possible
the spotlight of publicity which con
tinuously plays upon each of thom.
The president was obliged to return
after a brief outing because of tho
press of official business, but Mr. ! was horseback riding, Mr. Firestone
lOdison, Mr Firestone and Mr. Ford tbringing six thoroughbred horses
continued into tho heart of the hills. | from his Ohio farm for thc accom
Whilo in camp, the president and j modntion of his friends. It was
other members of tho party made astride ono of these spirited animals
their own bunks, assisted in tho I that tho presidont took his first ride
camp chores, went fishing and fol- in years. 'Ho expressed his onjoy
lowcd the usual routine of thc tin- mont of tho experience, and his
cnn tourist, physician has suggested that he con
Ono of their favorite recreations jtinuo tho practico for his health.
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.J. SOME LEGION NOTES. .J?
?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?|? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J? ?J?
"I asked her to marry me by talk
ing with my bands like I'd seen the
French do. She said 'yes' In Gor
man. I understood that much." The
war romance between a former
doughboy of the Rainbow Division
and the daughter of a German farmer
with whom be was billeted in tho ar
my of occupation ended In New York
last week with the marriage of Ever
ett C. Haughn, of Columbus, Ohio,
and Fraulein Elsie Dauer, Unkelbach
on tho Rhine, Germany. Two of tho
bridegroom's buddies of the Ameri
can Legion of Columbus attended
bim at. the wedding, one acting as
best mau. The couple will live in
With handkerchiefs covoring their
May Defy Lotions & Oinfm^ifs
Eczema, tetter and similar affec
tions should be treated through)
the blood. Outside applications
offer only tomporary reliof. Tho
thing to uso is S. S. S.-tho stand
ard blood purifier, which has suc
ce8sfuUy rolioved such troubles
for over 60 y oars.
For Spocinl Booklet or for indi'
vidual advice, w it hout charge,
write Chief Medical Advisor,
S.S.S. Co., Dop'1431, Atlanta, Qa.
Got S. S. S. at your druggist.
Standard for Over Fifty Years
faces as smoko masks, members of
Hoboken, N. J., post of tho Ameri
can Legion aided in removing Hie
bodies of 1,700 American soldiers
when fire of unknown origin destroy
ed two of tho tunny base's piers last
In the hope that lite bodies of
Lieut. Charles (5. Little, of Xewber
ryport, Mass., and Mechanic Lloyd E.
('rowell, of Charleston, S. C., Amer
ican Logion ?nen killed when the gi
ant dirigible 011-2 exploded, will be
recovered from thc wreckage, tho Le
gion post tit Loudon. England, is
planning an impressive ceremony in
their honor. If tito bodies aro re
turned to America similar rites will
be observed nt the port of Xew York
by the Legion of the city ?ind State.
Arrested and facing detention in
jail for trial for violation of a traille
ordinance, .lames Anderson, of Nash
ville, Tenn., was passing unhappy
moments when his policeman escort
noticed bis American Legion button.
"Here, I'll go your bond, buddy." ho
said. "I wear tho same button." It
dooloped that the men belonged to
tho samo Legion post.
In an address formally opening tho
new quarters of the Holyoke. Mass.,
post of the American Legion hist
week, Hen. John J, Pershing compli
mented tho Legion for not partici
pating in politics.
The third annual reunion of tho
Thirty-fifth Division, composed of
Missouri nnd national guard units,
will be hold nt Kansas City on tho
same days as thc ndional convention1
of (he "American Legion-Oct. 31st
and Xov. 1 and 2.
Brig.-den. Charles Dawes, Secre
tary of the Navy; Governor Miller
and John G. Winery, national com
mander of tho American Legion, will
address the third annual convention
of tho New York department of the
American Legion at Jamestown, X.
Y., Sept. 23 and 24.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Bowaro! Unless you see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tableta you
aro not getting genuino Aspirin, pro
scribed by physicians for twonty-ono
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the
Bayer package for colds, boadacho,
neuralgia, rheumatism, caracho,
toothache, lumbago and for pain,
[landy tin boxes of (wolvo Bayer Tab
lets of Aspirin cost fow couts. Drug
gists also sell larger packages. Aspi
dn is tho trade mark of Bayor Manu
'acturo of Monoacellcacldestor of
In Tahiti serious crimes are pun
shed by tattooing a mark on tho
forehead of the offender
Cigar manufacturers spend nearly
?55,000,000 annually for cedar boxes,
,vhich cannot be used a second time.
Tho Alexander Kennion.
-The Alexander reunion will con
vene Sept. 17th, 1921, at the Alex-!
auder cemetery, near Little Hiver i
church, Oconeo county.
10.30 a. m.-Devotions conducted
hy tho chairman.
11 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. \V. C.
12 m. - Annual address by Hon. .1.
1 p. m.- Dinner.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend and bring well-lilled baskets.
D. 1). Alexander,
P. ES. Alexander,
D. T. Alexander,
lltih-My-Tisiu is a great pain kill
er. Relieves pain ami soreness,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
The Menso that Has ('banns.
Ile: "Most girls, I have found, do
not appreciate real music."
Second Ho: "Why do you say
Ile: "Well, you may pick beauti
ful strains on a mandolin for an hour
und she won't even look out of tho
window but just ono honk of a horn
md-out she comes!"
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
itops the Cough ami Headache and works off the
;old. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c
Nickel stool with a platinum cov
n'ing has veplaced platinum wiro 5n
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (Dost)
WANTS TO KEEP BONES OP SON
lu Order to HHVO Thom Buried wi Ul
Him After His Own Dentil.
Slatesville, N. C., Sept. 8.-With
the casket draped in an American
Mag and resting on chairs in the lit
tle home, John P. Speaks, of Union
Grove township, near hore, refuses
to bury the body of bis son, Thomas
B. Speaks, who was killed In action
in France on Oct. 4, 1018, which ar
rived at his home on Aug. 13.
Following the arrival of tho body,
the father, to satisfy himself that
the casket contained tho remains of
bis son, had the casket opened. Mr. '
Speaks identified the skeleton as that
of his son by the .shape of the teeth
and dental work with which be was 1
The collin was then sealed again I
and placed in tho little home.
When tho county welfare officer
and tho sheriff of 1 redol? county vis
ited the Speaks homo Saturday to as
certain If li was unsanitary to keel)
the casket in the house Mr. Speaks
told them be did not. want to bury
the body unless he had to do so.
"1 prefer to lix a place in or near
the house," Mr. speaks is quoted aa
having said, "and keep bim until I
am dead, and have bis bones buried
No action hus been taken by Ibo
county authorities lo force Mr.
Speaks lo bury the body.
WHIT, PGR BOOKLET ON MOTHERHOOD ANDTHC BABY. MU '
BRADFIELD RECULATOR CO., DIPT. 9-0. ATLANTA. SA.
Germany Pays Through New York.
New York, Sept. 7.-Tho total of !
reparations money thus far paid by j
Germany through this center was
brought up to $65,000,000 by the re
cent deposit of $5,000,000 with J, P. j
Morgan & Co. for tho Belgian gov
Payments aro being made boro in
accorde nco with terms prescribed hy I
tho reparations commission, primar
ily beca uso the United States is vir-!
tually tho only country operating on
n gold currency basis, and for the
equally important reason thai tho
dollar, or American exchange, now
i.s the most valuable and available ;
medium of international remittance.1
lt is also tho purpose of Germany's
former enemies, especially ?France
Belgium, to strengthon their re
serves In this country for prospec
tive purchase of foodstuffs and other
(?orman exchange was extremely
weak here at (be timo of the last
payment, the mark falling to 1.06
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
will do what we claim for it
cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Catarrh. We do not claim to cure
nay other disease.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is a liquid, taken internally, and
nets through tho blood upon the
mucous surfaces of the system, thus
reducing the inflammation and re
storing normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Public Warned of Counterfeit.
Washington, Sept. 7. - - Detection
of three additional counterfeit Fed
oral Reservo notes was announced
hy the Treasury Department to-day
md the public was warned lo be on
The first described was that of the
Ifty-dollar notes of thc Federal Ro
tervo Hank of Kansas City, which is
laid to be identical with ono recen t
y detected, except tho biller was on
ho Federal Reserve ?tank of N?w
fork, The second was a twenty-dol
ar note on tho Richmond, Va., Fed
eral Reserve Hank, and was said to
>e plainly tho work of an amateur,
rho third was a ten-dollar note on
bo Federal Reservo Bank of Heston,
ind this was said to ' so poor that
t could easily bo dote .ed by the or
linarilv careful handler of money.
The Richmond counterfeit bears a
tortrait of Cleveland and tho Bigna
ll res of D. F. Houston and John
lurke. It ls printed on two pieces of
taper, between which silk threads
mvo been distributed. In tho por
rait of Cleveland tho faco ls so in
listinct as to readily attract alton
Crows aro ono of tho worst pests
i tho Australian farmers.
DOimiiK LYNCHING NEAK A1KKX
Two Negroea Pay Penalty ut H ami*
of Mot? for Usual Crime.
Aiken, 8. C., Sopt. 8.-Two ne
groes wero lynched near Montmor
oncl, flvo miles from Alkon, early
to-night following a uurdorous at
tack on tho wife of a prominent
farmer lato In tho afternoon. Tho
negroes robbed the bouso after boat
ing tho woman into insensibility with
a hoe and an axe. The Injured wo
man was living at ll o'clock to
night, but physicians say her chan
ces for rocovery uro exceedingly bad.
In addition to being chopped lu tho
bead with tho hoe, an axe was used,
crushing in the skull and bruising
tho face and shoulders, Tho woman
ls hot ween 3 0 and 4 0 years of age.
A tremendous crowd gathered and
Charlie Thompson, a Coorgia negro,
betweon 25 and 30 years old, and
Mansfield Butler, Jr.. about 1T> year?.
Old .who worked on tho plantation,
wero taken into custody. Muller had
also boen in Georgia. When tho
crime was dellnltoij placed on these
negroes they were shot lo death a
few hundred yards from tho ho USO
Uley had robbed. Sheriff H. H. How
ard (?nd his doini ties were on the
scene and did what they could to
prevent a lynching, but their efforts
wer<? futile with Ibo crowd, which
bad been swept into a passion by the
horror of the crime.
The Inedia nd of thc victim of Uto
attack was at, his gin oh his form
al tn<? nine
Hadley Confesses to Poisoning.
Benvor, Colo.. Sept. 7. Hr. Wm.
A. Hadley, former army surgeon, ac
compauicd by w. W. Bovorloy, pro
secuting attorney, of Richmond. Vu.,
and Sheriff W. W. Snyder, to-day
was en route lo Richmond, wit oro ho
will stand trial on a charge of mur
dering lils wife, Mrs. Sue Tinsley
Hadley, in the Virginie city two
years ago. They left here lalo yes
The prosecuting attorney has in
his possession a signed and sworn
stn lenient by Dr, Iladloy, confess
ing that he poisoned his wdfo, and
after weighting ber body with Irons,
buried hor in the ChtOkahomlny
river, according announcement by
George A. Fulloi superintendent of
a nationally knot . ectivo agency
tlmt located ibo physician In Farm
ington, N. M< Dr. Hadley don tod to
newspaper nion yesterday that ho had
made any admission concerning tho
Mr. Fuller said thal tho confession
was made while Dr. Hadley was be
ing brought to Denver from Farm
ington, Ho said lt. was signed by the
physician lu Jail yesterday bOforo bis
departure for Richmond.
OOO quickly relieves Constipation?
Biliousness, IJOSS of Appelle ami
Headaches ?lue to Torpid Livor.-adv
JOHN ,1. MCMAHAN IS HONOKHIK
South Carolinian Chosen Vice Provi
dent. <>f Securities Commissioners.
Washington, Sept. 7.-As tho re
sult of the Stirring speech made tit
tho meeting of tho National Associa
tion of insurance Com missioners
here, State Insurance Commissioner
John J. McMahan, of South Carolina,
was to-day elected vice president of
that organisation, although lt was
tho first of Its conventions he had
attended. II. N. Duff, of Michigan,
was eloctod president.
Mr. McMahan, when ho was norm
nated, asked that bis name be ?ith
drawn because ho was such a new
member. The chair refused to en
tertain tho request of tho naacforeo
for witbdrawill, and the Souih Caro
linian was elected WK', a whoop.
The speech of Mr. McMahan':*
which made such a hit wa? in sup
port of (he Denison bill now pending
in Congress and known as tho bin?
sky bill, which would prohibit inter
state dealings in fraudulent or un
sound securities. Fiery attacks made
by the South Carolinian on Hioso who
Oppose Federal "blue sky" legisla
tion aroused ibo convention to en
thusiasm, and a resolution indorsing;
(ho Denison hill as a much needed!
measure to prevent tho evasion of
Similar "dato laws was passed unan
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms hnvo on un
healthy color, which indicates poor hlood, and as n
rulo, tin rc is inoro or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIO given rcgu
larly for two or thrco weeks will enrich thc blood.
Improve tho digestion, and act as a general Strength
ening Tonic to tho wlioto system. Nature will tbt?*
throw off or dispel the worms, and tbeChlldwIflbe
In perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bott)?.
The mistletoe, in Scandinavian
nythology, is a black plant of ovi?
vhon it touches the earth. Therefore)
t is always suspended high in tho air
vhon used as a decoration. When
lersons of opposite sexes pass UlulttC
t thoy must kiss each othor-n token
hat tho mystic plant shall hnvo no
ivil influence over them.
Subscribo for Tho Courlor. (Bcat>