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OAl'OIIKRTY OnTAINS INJUNC BKVEN WATS TO KII.I A CHURCH
. HON AGAINST STRIKERS -
"1, Don't corns. Star at horn or
Chicago, 8ept. 1. Enforcement fo somewhere etae, rather than to
of the Injunction by Attorney Qen- come to church. Staying at home li
ra1 Daugherty .gainst lawlessness not only ho'ping to kill the church,
nd violence In connection with the but by degrefi Is killing the life pi
ehopcrafti strike will be aided by the Individual. (,
every p6wer of the shopcrafts or- "2 If you do come, come late. The
anliatlon, a statement issued by faithful few are generally on time,
the Executive Committee of the "Getting to church on time shows an
Hallway' Employes Department of interest In the Lord's work that no
the American Federation of Labor one can call In question,
said tonight. ,1 "3- ' ro cota come wlth out
"Considering the difficulties of mind made up to take a back seat,
preserving perfect order in any Act as If you Were afraid of the front
group of 400,000 men engaged in a seats and afraid to be seen,
struggle for a decent livelihood, the ". If you come, come with your
statement said, "It must be admit- mind made up to find fault with the
ted thn tr-o strike has been a re- cor vice, fie preacher in particular,
norv.hii ji,.!..nuiratim .r ii.. I'Lora -.e Borne who never have a
abiding character of the workers' good word to say about the church, (
involved. j nor the preaching of the word,
"It Is unfortunate that in a suit though they go to churcn occasionai-
for the purpose for preventing taw- ly.
lossness the Attorney General's of- "5. If you come, come determln-
ce has nreoared and a court has ed not to give a cent to any object,
entered an order which, unless care-! not even to keep up the expenses of
fully interpreted, might be read as j the church. Many say they would
a flng.aut violation of the constltu-jgo to church It it wtre not for the
lonal rlKhts of American citizens as taking of so many collections, and
repeatedly affirmed by the Supreme
Court of the United States.
Must Interpret language
"Apparently either haste or
ure to use the English language
with precision has led to the draft
ing of nn order which, read too
literally, would deny the right of
free speech or communication of
any sort or just payment of debts or
mutual aid In lawful association to
me:i engiged In the peaceful legal
conduct of their business.
"Therefore, we assume that the
right of t"ie rallwny cniplnypg in ac
knowledged to continue a Jjiwful
's'rilte In a lawful manner until a
s;iif:ict-ry settlement is made.
"At least until advised that the
Constitution of t'-e United States
and the decisions of (ho Supreme
Court are no longer to bo relied on
as the law of the land, the officials
of tl' organization of railway em-
yet such people never give anything
This ought uot to keep them away
"6. If you go to church, return
fail-' home without shaking hands wltn
i the pastor, or with any of the bretn-
ern or sli.ters. The preacher often,
after a bard effort to reach his. peo
ple, returns to his home with the
blues, saying: "I wonder what was
the matter with Brother Snyder,
Brother Snow, Brother Simmons
and Brother Smith not one shook
hands with me."
"7. If you come to church, come
all alone; don't bring your wife, or
hiixhanU, or children, or neighbors,
Many people when they start to the
house of the Lord Blip off as if they
were afraid some one would fiml out
where they were going.'
Read the above prescription. , Do
some intense heart searching. Be
nro.ient at Baptist church services
I Kunilav niornirz and evening.
ployes will continue to perform
their legitimuta duties to their)
members to aid them in the lawful
pursuit of their lawful purposes."
MIMM KTKVKS( E.VIEIt-
TAI.VS liliACK CATS
! REV. RUSUELL WALKER, Pastor,
FORD8VILLE TO THE FRONT,
Fird:,vi"e Is In the race for first
honors and the good citizenj of that
section can be expected to rally to
the aid of their candidate and help
Miss Mildred Stevenson de-light- ucr t0 carry off tne 1'000 8edan in
fully entertained the Black Cat j
Club at the liome of Mr. and Jfra. 1
V. S. Tinslr-y, on Clay Street, Satur
day afternoon. After a number of
lleresting games of Flvo Hundred, :
refreshments, consisting of delicious
Sit'a'ls and lee.;, wore served. Misiaj
Stevenson was assisted in receiving;
and entertaining by Mrs. Tinsley. 1
Tli following wi re theKuosts en-
Joyini? t!ie afternoon's hospitality::
Mculames A. I). Kirk, John P. Tay- j
lor. Itoy llarnhill, Haro'd Hoi brook,
Dariell SulUngcr, L. T. Riley, J. B.
T.ippni, and Condoll Wooten;
Misses Leila C'enn, Cliffie Felix,
hlixry Marks, Amelia 1'lrtle, Anna
Rhea Carson, Marthu I'ato and
Artie May, of Louisville.
the Herald Contest. Be loyal to your
candidate mon. (Your subscription
will help a lot.)
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. (nee Martha
A. Sundefur) Leach have recently
announced their marriage., which
look place in Jeffersonville, Indiana,
HAITI ST (HUItCH KKItVlCIM
'Juno the eleven! h
, The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, R. A. Sandefur and a popu
j lar young lady. The bridegroom is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sep Leach and
is one of Ohio County's successful
'tea'-herH. Both parties resided in
'tin Hickory . ommunity.
I VVe.extend our boat wishes to Mr.
:;ii(i Airs. Leach.
llro. It S. I:ng, converted
Chinese, student of (leorg;(own col
lege, will deliver a missionary ad
dress at Hartford Iliiptist Church,
Monday night. Sept. 11th. 1022, at
7::t0 p. in, Everybody in Hartford
coidinl'y invited to enjoy this Rreit
spiritual treat with us.
llro. Ding will also fi!l the follow
ing speaking dates in our county:
Dundee, Tuesday 12th, a. iu.;
1 ...... .. , , ... n' . . . .1 . . . a.u . . i
i.,o,j, jj.- i, iu't-'uijt, iiu, v. ui. ytuinph
JiocKport, Wednesday, iatn, p. m.
Centertnwn, Thursday, 14th. p. in.
West l'ro.irtence,, Friday, lCth. p.
V rubers of these churches and
bie'! rrn dose, to these points will
re'neiuhnr llie.se dates nml av.iil
themxo'vet of tlii.'i opportunity to
bear an inspiring address.
RUSSELL WALKER. Pastor of
Hertford Baptist Church.
H. LTZKLL STl'M I'll
Announcement has been received
liy relatives .In Hartford of the mar
fiasu on Ausuat 18th, of Miss Mar
garet. Elizabeth lia'.tzoll to Mr. Sid
ney C. Slumph, The marriuge took
place iu Dodgo City, Kansas, where
the young people reside, i
The bride Is a niece of Mr. J. E.
David.ton, also of Mr. George Balt-
soll, of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs.
will reside la Dodgo City,
and will be. at borne after Sept. 15.
P. T. ATnOTICK
HOPKINS COl'NTV RESPONDS
READILY TO CAMPAIGN
Louisvillt, Sept. 1, 1922.
To the editor of The Herald:
Will you kindly insert the follow
ing notice in t!:e columns of your
The Slate Pareut-Teacher Asso
ciation, the Jefferson County Coun
cil and the Louisville League will
have a Boosters' Booth at the State
Fair. Posters showing activities of
different associations will be ex
hibited. Any association
to ontrlbute posters should send
thorn to Mrs. G. A. Qoodell, 4 3 S3
Weill Chestnut Street, Louisville,
Ky., before Sep. 9.
MRS. 0. A. GOO I) ELL.
Madisalivire, K 3 5. J.
W. II It, o; 1'nriH, nit the pant
veo!: in 1M3 touuty woiklng in the
li terc j! j.f IV link T iIh.mo rov
em Co-O;jeratlve association. He
pu'. In a full w ek, spen king every
nipht and vt'iHling up with speeches
bere and at Hanson on S(ur,!ay nf
t'rnoon. Hi., dsys wer pM rnlt-rt
in peruoniil work with t'ti growers, i -
Mr. Bell made a splendid Imprcs- The good paogle of the Barrett's
slon and gave much impetus to tbe Ferry section bave been boosting
association cause In the county, se- their candidate to win and they don't
curing a number of contracts and intend to be outdistanced In tho race
arousing Interest In the growers for tbe handsome Sedan in tbe Her
g nerally. aid Contest. (Seud In your subscript
. tlon before it is too late.)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays, of 1
ChrlsiuHii, 111., who have been visit- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vickers
log Mr, and vlr. J. D. Duke the daughter. Miss Marian Austin,
pint few days, will leave this morn- Virgie Wall, and daughter,
iuc scco-jiaiiVi by Mr. and Mrs. tilisabotb. of Owensboro,
ival Of The
New Pall Merchandise
This is September. The month that
urshers in new activities. Every man,
woman and child is extended a cordial in
vitation to come into the Store to see the
new apparel for Fall and the cheery new
home things, indispensable now that the
family turns its thoughts to evenings in
doors. Besides decided attractiveness,
merchandise here is laden with value.
Lower prices on even more than ever de
sirable merchandise makes buyingxppor
tunities large. You can order anything
from us by mail if it don't suit, send it
S,W. ANDERSON CO.
' ' Incorporated
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns.'
MRS. O. H. HOLBROOK
Mrs. Sarah Holbrook; wife
Wishing Esiulre O. Sam Holbrook, died
her borne in Heflin at 8:80 o'clock,
Sunday night after an illness of only
friends. Besides her heartbrokeu
hushund, she is survived by an
adopted son, Ellis Norrls ,two sla
ters, Mrs. Lena King, Hartford, R.
(, and Chios, . of Henderson, and
two brothers, Messrs'. Rod and Joe
King, of Henderson.
. Funeral , services were conducted
a few hours. It Is thought that the . at Mt. Carmel Church Monday af-
blood clot leruoon, at o'cioca, Dy Kev. wu-
cause of her deacii was a
on tbe brain. She became
dlliy Ham Wfgrns,
of Ramsey, In the
while attending the Sunday morning ( presence of a large gathering of
preaching service at the Woodward's ' sorrowing friends and relatives. In
Valley Baptist Chucb, of which sue torment wal ,n tn chvlrch ceroe
was a faithful member. Returning ,terJr- . .
to her home, she had to be assisted f Ws "'end to the bereaved family
from her car to the house and de- our mo,t ''nre sympathy
spite prompt medical, aid, grew
steadily worse until . the end. Mrs.
Holbrook was just In tbe prime of
life when stricken, being only forty
three years old. She was a daugn-
and ter of tbe late Elijah King and Zura
Mrs. I (Dodson) King and was married to
Mary, Mr, Holbrook
were years ago. She
EQUALLITV IS RACE
Equalltty has been forging to the
front In the race for the Herald Prise
Sedan, ' The good people ot that sec
tion have proper pride In the com-
about twenty-five munity and may be depended upon
bad led a useful. ! to back their ' favorite candidates In
Doke, to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Pirt.e, M uuUuiucry, Ala.
Itunry. guests of Mr. and Mrs, K.
Simmernjau, city, Thursday.
E. Lee C'lirUluu ltr. and was beloved by, loyal style. (Your subset ip tlon may
a large circle of relatives ' sod be the decisive one.)
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