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Continued from .Second Page. , Continued from SecondPage. Continued from Second Page . Continued from Second Page. Continued from Second Page. For Attorney-General t WILLIS H. MEREDITH. For Attorney-General : JESSE W. BARRETT. For Attorney-General t For Attorney-General t GEORGE HARTWIG. For Attorney-General t For Attorney-General t v JUL ANDERSON. " " For Judge Supreme Court; Division No. ut (Unexpired Term) : WILLIAM T. RAGLAND , For Judge Supreme Court, Division No. One (Unexpired Term) : CONWAY ELDER. For Judge Supreme Court, Division No. One (Unexpired Term) : " For Judge Supreme Court. Division No. One (Unexpired Term) : For Judge Supreme Court, Division No. On (Unexpired Term) t For Judge Supreme Court, Division No, One (Unexpired Term) f ' .. ; For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Unexpired term) : '' EDWARD HIGBEE. For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Unexpired term) : For Judge of Supreme Court, Division Not Two (Unexpired term) : For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Unexpired term) : For Judge of Supreme Courts Division No. Two (Unexpired term) : Two (Unexpired term) : JOHN L WILLIAMSON. For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Full term) : FRED L. WILLIAMS. For Judge Springfield Court of Appeals JOHN T. STURGIS. For Representative in Congress, 13th District ARTHUR T. BREWSTER. For Representative ; REDMOND BLACK. For Judge County Court, Western District S. A. TRASK. For Judge County Court, Southern District WILLIAM SUTTON. For Prosecuting Attorney : ., JOHN H. KEITH. For Sheriff ; JOHN I. MARSHALL. For Assessor : ' W. H. BLUE. For Treasurer : J. ARTHUR FRANCIS. For Surveyor : For Public Administrator t T. N. MARR. For Coroner For Constable Union Township : CHAS. H. HAMPTON, For Constable Liberty Township : For Constable Arcadia Township : JOHN E. MOORE. For Constable Iron Township : For Constable Kaolin Township : For Constable Dent Township ; V- , ' STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Iron. (SEAL) Harding On Roosevelt flis (Roosevelt's) ia not a construc tive or consecutive mind. 'Whatever he thinks will listen good to the elec ors he happens to be 'before is good enough for the occasion. If called to account later he unblushingly denies that he ever made the BtatBmnnf which seems to have been nnwise. Still Mr. Roosevelt has been wonder fully successful in fooling most of the people all the time, and brad nn ..oa- son for believing he cannot keep on awngs so. senator Harding's Mar Ion Star, Sept. 16, 1912. The people cannot be expected to govern themselves successfully as iuuK uh mey continue to let them selves be fooled by the Roosevelts, Johnsons, Perkinses, Hannas and others, representing lawless ambi- tion, secret interests and demago guery. Senator Harding's Marion Star, Sept. 17,1912. 7 The entire Roosevelt Camnnitm la based on selfishness, false pretenses, envyBna spite. It Is concentration of all the forces of failure and discon tent, of indicted money-kings and discredited political bosses. They rallied abont the personality of the most self-seeking politician this coun try has ever known; the most arbitrary, boss the party has ever suffered under, the most dangerous agitator who has ever threatened the - i , k For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Full term) : DAVID E. BLAIR. For Judge Springfield Court of Appeals : ARGUS COX. For Representative in Congress, 18th District MARION E. RHODES. For Representative ; MRS. MINNIE M. FARR. For Judge County Court, Western District I SAMUEL A. McMURTREY. For Judge County Court, Southern District I ' WILLIAM HUFF. , For Prosecuting Attorney : For Sheriff ; V. E. PATTERSON. For Assessor C. EVERETT VICKERY, 41 For Treasurer : MELVIN KELLEY. For Surveyor : For Public Administrator : CHARLES W. PHILLIPS. For Coroner For Constable Union Township : For Constable Liberty Township i For Constable Arcadia Township : For Constable Iron Township : For Constable Kaolin Township For Constable Dent Township ; ) cc j T i . iiiiiiuur, i nereunti soun, this the 12th day of October, 1920. perpetuity of government. Senator Harding's Marion Star, Oct. 31, 1912. We are opposed to T. R. (Theodore Roosevelt) because we believe, him to be unsuited in character and temperament to be chief executive ; because he is an unsafe and danger ous leader, because he is lawless, in sincere, selfish and unscrupulous; be cause his first administration was un successful in maintaining the pros perity he inherited; because he is a bully by nature and a lover of war, and is, therefore, not to be trusted with control of the army and navy and our relations with our neighbors. Senator Harding's Marion Star. Sept. 25, 1912. . The Theodore Roosevelt who wept Bincerely as he took the scepter from the hand of the martyred McKlnley wasjiot the Theodore Roosevelt who drasrooned the cahinn th.n.j J . - VMAWMWVUOU the courts, and, through the informa tion gained by paid spies, blackmail ed Congress into following his nlnna. .every aay Brings lorth a new Roose velt," confident, boastful, truculent, holding In scorn what he nreachd yesterday. Prepared to denounce to morrow what he advocated today and to brand as liars those who reverted to his former views or utterances. even though the record were Indel ibly permanent. Senator . Harding's Marion Star, May 18, 1912. j For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Full term) : For Judge Springfield Court of Appeals : For Representative in Congress, 18th District For Representative ; For Judge County Court, 'Western District : 'For Judge County Court, Southern District For Prosecuting Attorney ; For Sheriff For Assessor ; For Treasurer ; -For Surveyor I For Public Administrator ; For Coroner ; For Constable Union Township ! For Constable Liberty Township i For Constable Arcadia Township For Constable Iron Township : For Constable Kaolin Township For Constable Dent Township. Great Democratic Achievement , Even the-Republicans, the bitterest of them, have not the hardihood to attack the Federal Reserve System. It took the mastery of the country's finances out of the hands of Wall Street and placed it in the Govern ment at Wftsllintrtnn n,h.. it v., and where, nnder Democratic law nn4 T . . -u omocraiic administration, it has c-orumtju ior tne oeneflt of the nation's people and the nation's busi ness. .-.- In the stress of the great world war and reconstrnnMnn ru,, , o nut uuvg Has even the fear of a financial panic dis- The great Union of South African Republics. intellio-Anf. ar.A - i-uuptugreniMyt, IS Dlannin? to ant nn v t- T vouitf-iM uuua- intr SVStem mndnlaH ... ii a - ' -vci tuo Amen can idea. The Federal Reserve plan " appealed to the financiers throuehont tha hm CI 1.1 " v " "wvs, MUl ItUD OUUlfl African Republics are the first to mtfafA 1 mi r . . ... ... iUO oouin African plan will closely follow ours. A report of the plan says, "Speoial surveys of the American system and DDrnORA hava hAAn -m.j. - -w wvu uiaua i or ino Union Government. It Is felt that the Federal Rn d t .... ojrsboiu llnB shown its worth by having enabled America to finance the war . on an unprecedented scale and has again ! ; t - - For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Full term) s - - 1 For Judge Springfield Court of Appeals For Representative in Congress, 13th District : For Representative ; For Judge County Court, Western District,: For Judge County Court, Southern District ; For Prosecuting Attorney : For Sheriff For Assessor : For Treasurer'; For Surveyor : For Public Administrator : For Coroner For Constable Union Township s For Constable Liberty Township t For Constable Arcadia Township ; v For Constable Iron Township : For Constable Kaolin Township i For Constable Dent Township shown its worth in aid i no- thn nnnnf. to pass unruffled through the period of industrial and financial adjust ment." Wanted One of Them. ' Edith, three, was watching a circus parade. She stood in speechless amazement till the camels came in view, tneir riders swaying lazily, then turning to her mother she cried : 0h mother, buy me a rockingchalr cow; ineutse uuy me a rocKingchalr cow." - Weather Report. i5 Meteorological Report or Coopera tive Observer at frnntnn N n MO., for thn nrnoV jr j j ' October 18,1920; : O Temp'Wre 5? 5 a w t 5 i S S ' f f- B 12 81 65 " 13 79 66 14 81 69 ' 15 74 62 16 79 44 17 78 48 .98 18 81 62 ' .03 Days of Week. Tuesday Wednesday.. Thursday Friday 1 Saturday Sunday. Monday.,. NOTE. Th nranlnlt.Hx.. 4ha1-j - UiVlUUCS rain, hail, sleet and melted snow, an is recorded in inr.hna ni hnnJ.. Te,n J68 of Bnw equal one inch of rain. "T Indicates trace of precipita tion, aboasia uoixsqb Qosemr. For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No. Two (Full term) j , For Judge Springfield Court of. Appeals For Representative in Congress, 13th District For Representative For Judge County Court, Western District For Judge County Cot, Southern District For Prosecuting Attorney : For Sheriff For Assessor i For Treasurer t For Surveyor : For Public Administrator : For Coroner For Constable Union Township t , " V For Constable Libert Township, ' ' For Constable Arcadia Township ; ? ' " For Constable Arcadia Township ! . For. Constable Iron Township: " T For Constable Iron Township : For Constable Kaolin Township s. " For Constable Kaolin Township : For Constable Dent Township. " ; . ' " For Constable Dent Township ARTHUR HUFF, county Clerk. Job-Wort, an kndB( at thig offloe Noti ce of Trus' tee's Sale. cert j - j J5 U1,v "t 19,0 -mdeedof trust, dated July 18, 197 ' "Recorded In 1 took 71, at page oV' o' County Land Records, M n ed !,the 0nde:. wigned triwtee Bftaar!! Jol,owiDfr d cribed lands, wtuate in Iron County , Missouri, to r,?JZct. 22 in section 2. township 33; shown 'hTJiLLh 1 o. ""uouK-m) MD piaii DOOK H. s "uujii( so m letai reserva- de byjig Mndd ri0fcal & Iron RSSSt7to0kM P' 241, Iron County Land Record mJ?lr8S ,0.p e pnrp 0 setf therein "vuuuueu, viz.; to sect i 1 the pay ment of the certain pill S. '-"J notes ovl. led in said thepavment of ..K ) mad8.ln anrt ti i,t.LiTt. ontti isorynoiesi signed trustee ,,auf f'. ?ndeV, ' said lands foV ? the dw A orazA B,e" ing8aidindebtedn?8 ' ? 086 ' mSe 'in the Pa- deft , h" bee,n promissory note me? ot tn "4 the same remair . nt 1 intereet: and Now, theref, lM nnp"u . pursuance rJt&g M otesf and n me by the ' JL!r?a thority vtsted In I, the un ":r V.f aidaeea w hubk, - -'Kiea u nstee, wiU, on at th. ' r 30th, tqo, For Judge of Supreme Court, Division No, Two (Full term) l For Judge Springfield Court of Appeals t For Representative in Congress, 13th District i For Representative ; Tor Judge County Court, Western District i Fov Judge County Couit, Southern District t For Prosecuting Attorney : For Sheriff For Assessor t For Treasurer : For Surveyor : i J For Public Administra tor : For Coroner For Const able Union Township t Ironton, Iron County, Missouri, sell the property hereinbefore described, at public vendue, to the highest bid der for cash, for the purpose of satis fying the indebtedness evidenced by said promissory notes and paying the costs of this trust. THOMAS N. MARR, Trustee. Dated at Ironton, Mo., this 26th day ot September, 1920. 1 Executrix's Notice. , To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given, that letters tes tamentary on the -estate of Mari Mike Kish, deceased, were granted to the under signed on the i8th day of October, 1020 .by the Probate Court of Iron County, Mis- soon, All persons having claims against said es tate are required to exhibit them for allow ance to the Executrix within six months aiter ine a ate 01 sam letters, or wey may be precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year fr6m the date-of the granting of said letters, they shall be forever barred. This 1 8th day of October, 1920. jujjia. mi ivc kish, executrix, .Mtesti , SAM M. BREWSTER, . Judge of Probate, ' Ironton. Mo.. October 18, 1020. ' State of Missouri, County of iron. J - I hereby certify that Mari Mike Kish war granted Letters Testamentary upon the estate of Mari Mike Kish,. deceas ed, on the 18th day of October, 1920. j In testimony wnereoi 1 nave Hereunto set ' seal my band and affixed the seal 1 of said Court this 1 8th day of ' " I October, 1920. ' SAM M BREWSTER, ' Judge, of Probata, and tcOffieigCUtkjf V