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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1928, Atchison, Kansas                               1'itICE FIVE CENTS ATCHISON, KANSAS.. SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1928. Time Waits for No Man. That's Why the Little Urchin, 1928, Didn't Have Time to Put KIS i-Ji, ittfa i :r EES GOOD [to Climb the Water Wagon I Starting New Year I'lly Tin- As l I'r Air of Confidence Pervades AH j Lines of Biuincas After Successful Twelve Months, i RETAILERS OPTIMISTIC] Unf of Holiday I'ttfiotls hi'History To Kollowcc Steady Trade Is Helicf., toil ay in AU'hisnn siarlSi :i msw year with a ontl iiule of optimism I'rorn rot nil stnn: zmd wliolusalv hwistt lo indu.-lnal phnil wilh rim'ly .in exception, 11 Is thu o i> n CMI sus n f opinion n m o n students of conditions here lha! least (o IKI said is that busi- 11 London, with his befik-lifcij crhn.son rlinibs on Ihe water wugon with the birth of JD2B, 'lilfjiior ndvertisPMioiils will   Afcsm-irtU'il Paris. Dec that don't sUni; arc running out tliat (to, in the south of France, A new of the sLingle.ss variety is being pvopajjateit, Ihe Actulony of Sciences was nssurecl recently by Professor Louis Eugene Eonvler who nretcntecl the of Dr. Legendrc. This modern mosquito, known lo his Latiti-srwakltig scientific friends as "eidex was found by Dr. Lcgendre In the northern part of France. For two years he 1ms cultivated them in Ihc Potis M'ftst of Mfirse-Ules, and tliey are YK- their bvethern so Won't I MA f FT 1M iOnly 192G Ahead of One Just Pasl, Is Claim. BETTER OFF I Hike in Pay; and Tarns Down Three Wales, Dec. typool's hero, not of the hour but for a enod Ion- time to come is County And City In Goodi Thomas Fhulen. town clerk, 1 ci c -it sale] he would not accept a raise In j onape at Start or Yeai And Auto Imluslrie.s j Last Six Ucview I Sliowa. salary, and stuck to It. The in- crease was handed him on EI plat- ter, but he refused point blank. Mr. Hacten, who wrtia 75 last birthday, in declining, expressed his JipprecJalioii of Ihe honor done him by tiic town council in increasing TO BE STRESSED OVr rht Wellington, Dec. 31. Dcspiio the; effectively thnl there is hope of on i t era when mosquitoes win be in "Jccwion in rrccnt months. Amnriean Etooii repute, biiKincss, in the judgment of the fed- i era! reserve boai'd, closed its books to- Mrs, Jessie Hunt Arrested Following Trial Here ilast Week, oui (VE Imvins domomu-atcd hU polc-ncy by 0 I El RiniUitK Uie nation with t-tc most je- weTithor of tlsc nnct in me -sections the coldest iii years, Virtually tho entire country telt ihe] Lny or the old year's parting blow j and prepared to greet-the new year: r'j-ison wi.U-; lormi todlv n.s llu' nllKt' temperatures of zero or far be-' And Counties Arc Cooperating .1 colors ,or Mr. por- 3, Monlha. .tele Htnu prisoner In nit r-oun'y southern fringe." New pic-i Keview Shows. his salary one pound weekly, but said that he would not hayo it in view of existing in the South Wales coal fields where (here are men out 01 work, This is the third time v.'Khin as uviny year.s that Mr, linden has sairi "no" to salary increase pro- posals, day 'after a year of activity second only to breaking 192G, Throughout 1927, the board said in 11 review of the year, bank tTcdit was abundant for all classes of enterprise and money rates were rela- tively low, particularly after midsum- mer and early autumn when discount rates were reduced. The supply of capital funds from national' j e savings was except loimHy and Ilutations of domestic nncl foiuign jAlcliison ConimiSbioncM Hope To Inaugurate Ton-Year Program. KANSAS "GETS" ITS curiHes v.-ove in record volume. The bonrd summed up the situatJon Than On Twelve of Escaping Con viction, Report Shows. With the financial stntu.? of tho city! mid the county in (be best condjtton in recent years. isaB sec the tion of n considerable pi-ogram of-lm- pi-ovcmcMls both urban and rural. To Atcliison probably the tnosL im- portant will be the stilling of a feu yctir paving ptngrnni by whirh the of ficials houe to give Atctilson n nuhV bcr of well surfaced thorough fares dur- the period. For the year, several -IK of ttre nlrcncly under coft- trart, atul othcr.i arc ready for the jrcntntion of bids iob bs j started in early rprini The urofectsi Chance In "oarcst the hea-.-t of cit, i n-fi the rcsurfncmf of AHIn stiCLt a id j KniLvas n venue durlns? the year, j Tticrc a possibility that the north i branch of White Clay cicek will ba. acconipajilert bv rains, but "V1 with frccying blasts in Wftshlnuton legislature to make a study miles; and tin. sandlnir of sta'.., for new business arc- comhi" in nicely." loid a iTnnrter, "ami wo crqx-ct lo hold to oin- last. >u-, uch tnrlii flome wltUoHl oonsiderhiK' tho volume f yfhlcli our nnw plat.t will add. to na, :W mcMnl iiiaimfacturliiB' UlP nnH, u-c expect to bs ready for opcrn-1 toward end of Jaimury." (tic liorticuituni! progmm which has been outlined for tho yenr busi- ness mcij KHierally .sc-c llm Rroatest .pvixinslon for Atchldon and Alchison Bounty. Tlicr newly contpic.ted Cousins Lum- ber Co. hr-ro beroine MI important factor in tlu; or- HH-; but If; cxpftclccl to more nearly ivach j pointing o1 'u-liioh (ntlu? W28. j UwJberjh and p.trty. IlyiiiR enroufe stable or slowly price levels explained, however, thut; St. to nntroit. on Hio last during the next or two ore for- ;i 5 lex-; lap oMhpfr Journey froin Mexico City. by Prof. C. ft I lib, of ij-u.1; coal mid some mci-j torcccl down by bad woathcr Lhia' Columbia university, hi n summary others. He holt! j nvcnhiB nt Koby, Itid., safely lancling ureparcd in coiuiccllon with the re- ;iiii imporlnnt bearing on a race track. search program of the national bureau 10 'decrease in wholesale I Koby i.s Just nrrosa (he Illinois ,stale j of economic research. products. linn, nntl Noutlirast of the cityj As tt b.isls for his forrast. Prof, Mills :it the meat extent In [limits. The pnily cmne hocc to spend [briefly outlines price Invols of the post has [tceouunodnletl it- the niRhf. 37 jxars, he shows that eannug.s of [line "makes for a sound- the cnsuluy year." :i Tie Weather t ft ti per capila labor in manufacturing lines, have increased approximately o.r> Kcicilcc- vljftim of a disease thai now per ct-nt a year since while the i her to the Marine hospital In Scientists Honor Woman, Herself Victim of Effort Human Suffering pita! for nenrly a year. Dr. George McCoy, director of tlic aboratorlM, nnilcr whom Miss Evans WnshlnjilW Dec. martyr to Nurse InJiiKdJn llin ICx- level since ttial year Norrolk, yirglula, Miss Alien p. Evans, Mm Arlior. 'Mich., ncc.' ii. ,o lewis. i dny'tlwt sho hart been elected president V 'f. lint toy TIayi ot Mtc! In qotir closed lodny .Hi'ltK- oxpmision o( ImtiisCiics. It.Is "Viwrniri. fnlr jiossitolo iiial tmo or Minmicr Dlnnta.....' iwre will dluin; Ihc f'' c." year. i ''ar On tl.e prosram fop UK .VMV I.-, nlso Dr: tho two Itgt TOE. repreaenfe Uia actUKl deficit. Witli a fdir nuiount ofj pood hick thU >eai tho bo-j licvc. tills ilcllcit can be out I total bonded debt- of tbq new 'is Sl.Ml.OOl but payiuertts during (lie year reduce the tdtftl to OSfi 500.'a 'difference of Sw40l Tlio atmci' tlefat, however, cloca include sclitwl, district debts, or tounslrips debto 1 noilNKKS MARKFT la 1ms done much.of nor wo'rk, declared i tliat her Malta tcvcv discovery ivas Ilul Gayest Ntvj of Rrcnt Imporlance to medical science Slner M ir nnd Uint she had also done valuable the roiMtrucMoii of a new vj-nln clc- -n ,'C nr which Vn W .-.f Tlie Olobc In ,mt at mis lime allowed, i, n.rr.-i. I; "u f" iConttniicd on IIBRC 9.i K ,rrt f..i   

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