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   Atchison Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - October 6, 1927, Atchison, Kansas                                ATCHISON WEEKI3T GLOBK PER ATCHISON, KANSAS, H'HOBSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1927. FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR. No. 2 It Was a Draw Here Yesterday: The Merchants Complained as Much About the Weather as the Farmers Did ATCHISON AS A RETAIL CENTER Completeness of .Market To Be Proved Thursday. A M11LIOH-DQIIJR OISPUY Full IjnC! of'Fall McrcVmndi.ie At Annual Window Opening. t'rdin Sunday's ilnlly. 'I All'lli-im is' II Olintpll'lo relull Hli'pjiine. i-i mi i It'll] he inovril :lt tvilllh.tV I'lOnllll: (liSnlllf df 11.111- l-OJl- lilereliiliiilho, u Irenl' tvhlell Is In slm-i- pcrfdrniilnoe of their for rcsldl'IIIS 111 .Ml-lllS.....lllll ll'illll" He hllll KinXl U-iTilory, Thursday Oeldlier I'Jefir. lie knew it would e'iinl, liills, he nl 7 :UO ji. ju. knew It had u.iind hrnkes. Al linn Him- will nivon nit dplmr- "I Hlo fccnnds Dowly liliiLly In I'.iiiiiuliii', under Hie nidsl vcwlvcil i-inu ilisnppninl.inenl. Thi- PLOWS THROUGH FLOCK SHEEP; 151RE KILLED From 'E'liiH'-siljj.v'ri'rlJiLl.v. l-'ifti'i'ii slircji iiu't ii stnlili'M mid (li'infs-t; yo-sft'i-fliiy on I lift Kf- fiimhnni riii-Hl of l-am-astcr itl'tini ilircr usift's wht'n lirakc.s on n nir illiLn'l llvo up Iti o.t- Tlio sheep In Stilts, contily I'lmimlssUmcr Dm I'ur1 Fi'iink Dovvlv, Wi. Anmisiino flu1 nwiuT of llii> car, tiinl Uio i-omilrysich' rocolvis] n pnii-Uciil tons t nil icui (if is :iu-mit In- tin- cxiHi'.ssli.n, "KltuiSJhUTi'il like sliei'ii." lli.wty tiinl lih iivn- UK- ln-ow (if u hill itt n good mie nf sprr-d. Ah.ml litHI yards ilown iximl In- HJUV n flock or I !ni lli.U rl'ilii'i worry him. Dimly is onv jirrllf nf dis retiillert nt Alchlsnn. New Ui.-i. I......Use to lie slidtvn Thm   r'" Hie Ali-hi.en band lo he mi il-ck Ilial IM l-'ifteenlh and Main streets here "f ''listnmers nskoil or iv- Idchl fnr nn lu.nr-s enni-erl. 'I'lie liillid -Vlr- I.....lediiilel.f fivcj u "'It ed votes In Hie Tlieyre- v.'lll pluy nn ('ni.iaifteiiil snoot. Kveit "i ''ily cnnrt for Sl-ld and nllitelu-il inimiijn was a lili; sin- 1-itly.i-n In Alehisini mill vieinily is hi 'he 1'iir Inuring i-ur nnil hnsine-s nuiterially. 'and wilMie' .tid' PPTTV FPIOFMIR hit. All windows will In- veiled inilil led for Ills hdlnc in L' H'ltlCllI CrlUEIYIIU Hie Mm.' s.i the iinveilhic nt S1- Aiiunstlnc: he was (Here. It] TDnV IMniUITU ilie s, i the ijiiveilljit' ;it 7.-.'ill, SI- Aminstlne: he ivas -Kin- (liere. Nn dnrinti the dis nnyttay. lie left Ilie ear 1o sntisfy OBSERVE 35TH ANNIVERSARY l-'v..... Tliiirsllnj-f dally. tine tin- nuisi successful ii.H Inip- plcsl inarriaucs In Alchison is Ilial of Mr. nnil Jlis. Will.I'. Ijiiiiinn, ivini In.I iiuhi iilchniHd their thin t -fiflh iteddlnu nt the lionii'. 1HIS I'c srrcci. n Hiirprise inutv liy chlMrea. Mr. nml shecj, run! nils drivlim 1 Item from Mon- rovia lo his hdme ii.ui l-.-rriiiuhiun. MISS ARMSTRONG "flND WIN fnim- THIEVERY EPIDEMIC IN TROY m VICINITY I'l-oni Sunday's- Daily. Trny and vhlnlly has I.een hiifiiitf a rcJil slepd netly Ihievini; Hie last fetv tveel.-s. At firsl tviitermelon pilt- elie.s were the prey nf the thieves, In seme cjises Hie melons nil cut fvom the vint's nml pilcil in it pile. ened lo Ihe vin nf A. I.. Wynknop on Hie eonrl house sinni sumo Iliiin; n :tl the a c. One i's llniM' knotiiii- Ihe 1.III1UHII family. Wiil as dnes In. tvir.. alal eliihlren.'will, rr-aili lie lius nnide ninsicians nut of hi. nnd uli apinvi-ialive Us- nut of Ids wife. Al the parly hist nMd (he clilldicn. I'ualiy of them inurrled. willi cliililreti rlie'r tut ti. furnished n de- innsiinl playing nir'lielii.. .nihied ht- li'iitliii; sjjtv nil iiiillenliinis nf liifnnlili! I culloil In jiiiolhev iliietor, eonrii-med my iliiicncisls." rndKutt llnuio has been MUNICIPAL BAND ROAD TAX TEST THING OF PAST Appropriation Exhausted Not Expected Commission- ers Will Renew It. I'C'iu Snndjiy's For Die first (mic In uioru iliinrSO yi-rirs. AlcliEsoii hi thtt nc-tir fiilnrn will without n hanil mill nairi j-Uy wmtriMiieiit. Oi-lalaV t; will hn HIP last aiici1 uf DIP Auhlson lunut us a flty lusHliiliun'. Al llntt iir.no II will for tin1 full window Tlic iioxl Thursday will tho fund (In- rhy Inid fm- c.mcorU ilnrhiK I'm. Ii has lnH'iiini' knmvii Hint tin- rlty ofricliils (liridi'il Hip waning inh-ri'sl Cn Cho Tin- oliy gnvi'rinunitl IKIVI intuition (LIm-lly with Uu> hsitnl in ii1 past. I'inter ri stare lnw it i.-i nl- to contracts with mslrrs tn music. Inn no con- i-MOt may he mado Imivrct-n luiml mem- vrs ;iiid Hit- nty. Tin? riiy a conirai't vviih llir Irtti1 Prof. WLIlLinn Pa Y Los wliproliy lie >vas lo fnmisli n cenuln nutiiliiT Imncl t-fdK-i'rls for a sMjmlalcil sum. iik tiini iinil Im llu- tuno, (itlii-r u i uses have hacked Inwn Lnuids nn Mif niourno-s' itf witli the hitcliraoh, IIII rinil rolujitciM- firt- flojwrl uit-nts. ctiy i.rfii'ials uro leu tn lu-Hcv from i he n tit tin1 Irtr L-IUI OF LIVESTOCK CaUle, Hogs And Sheep Com- ing Back Into This Territory Now. I-'rom Sinulii.v'.s i Whli vhliuillr II 11 vk-w, Ati-hison tei'L'Hory and slicoii, infoniiiitlnri fm 'I'lu- Colic's ivt-rn-sinituli'iil-s fn-- iLH'UllDii Eiiirvhns- IMi 'if fOf'ClOl- StlK'L Mfssonr! Tnclfie ivwnlH show tlial TMGIC BUS CRASH fl! GLEN ELDER A lerrilile jinloinnl.ile in-eiaenl nc- enrred lit Cien I'rlday Due ix'rsoii is dend. mid tn reimrls l.rniiKhl Id Aleliisnn hy rnli- nl men. six [lersnns Jive in Heal condition, mid ttveiily are in- jured. A truck Inrneil over ttvlce tvldk; yini: In niuke a shin-t (-line dn Tlie lite nf (ilen Klilpr. Till! truck ifils loaded witli leaehers a hill nl a sieal rale ,jf spwil. (Ivit-er iitleniiiti'il In turn tin' tritrl; :u a litni in (he Htri-et, at tlit' iKittiini df .Miss Vert I.ee. si-htidl teaeher, wjis hllleil. Miss Mililred I'nllinl, amillii-r lea elicr. Is near rh'jjllt. 'I'hi. J.lnilen1s serlntisly injured hi tho disnslrnns toriiftdo at St: yejlenhiy iiflernodn. sn far as I'-ould lie learned luday. liinl iiarrntt- l-Trtvin Chuisen, formerly-of At- isini, Insl tier jwlr- is, .Mr. mill' Mrs. !L n: Ilcicknr-y It she drove tlironKli Ihe dislrict lalej- laid tvnsle hy Ihe loi undo iihdiit hull nit liinir liefiire Ihe slcirui strni-k Slut, was t-in-diile Id her lidme in U'eh- -ter fJrnve. u snlnirfi. frnm UK- ilmvn- Idtvn dislrlcl nf SI. l.nnl.s. .MnilKelsdni-f. Al .Maaselsihirf inul Miss Minnie MaiiKrl-silrirf imliiv noli- fled Alcliison relatives Mini all tteie sufe mid thill neiilier their hnines nor I lie P. .Manaelsdorf ,t llros.. seed house tvere Tlie Muncjels- doi-l's lite in IVclislor Crnve. W. Hrotvn nt Alehisna. win, lias lieon in Hie Missdiiri i'jicifie II St. l.onl.5 the lust two hefnre Hie Inriniiin stvm-k. Mi. Hriiwn is Ji hu-al lirtlkdiintn. A ti'h'Bniiji from .Mr. mill Mrs. .Inliil Miirrin. ri'ci'iitly nidvi-il In St. fro nssnred i-elulit-i-s here llieir siifetv. Tlie tornail within a few of I lick- hnnie. hat llieir lionse wns nnl Clmrlie Finney, who is ndenilitiK the rniversily uf St. l.nnis wired his fnlher Dr. C. riiiut-y thill he ivus snfe. Iliilph ISyi-ne. ulso ti smdeiil nt tlic oniversily left Atehison lasl Mlu.li! In resume his studies. Ml. ami Mrs: Will jr.. for- merly of Ateliisnn. wired Mr. lU'iiiin's puvents. .Mr. and Mrs. lo- (hit llml llie.v were nut In [In- storm arejl nt Ilie lime and Mini their resi- dence was .Mv. and .Mrs. Tote Kclmilu. Idiniidd dishift. are safe. !l received luday 1'le street. .Mrs. .St-lnnitii tviis >iiss Anmi fvantx. mid fnltnerlv hud iia- sllldii in Ihe DilBerl Klnre seve. Mr. ill one Hint' tvns foreman nf le l.inen'n ciindy fucloiy here. The elnuilx lioiue in HI. l.iinis Is in Wosl liusler Jiildillon. nrnnnil CASE TO COURT Nortonvillc District Takes Action. i mm WED, Suit Is .Expected-to Clai-ifj; Alcnmnp; of Law Passed Jiy Last Legislature. t'rnm Thm-sdny's ilnily. Tlie cnse tif ITii taxpjiyer.s vs. fll-. most everynne nroimd tile com I hnd.se' lint the janllor was iii (lisliiei court test the at'.' Hie coinily cdnmilisiimer.-i tn ass-ess (if ilu- cast df tin: Tlie petitlnn. nsks 1luu the eoinily iflicllit.s he reslrjiined from Ilie spi'i-inl tax illesiilly ns.-e.ssed, itl s cliai-Kcd, nsiiinst" Ihe henefit ricl ulinnl a mile on oneli iide nf Hie read. The aniulidt til- ONE. CASE OF DIPHTHERIA From Simthiy's Dully. One ense nf in Alrhlsiin lias In rcnurlecl lo Dr. Cluirles lloli- In.-'0li. MKinly hi'iillli afflivr. The vii-titii is I lie six-yi'iir-nlil thiuuli- ler nf Mr. and Mrs. (Irniit .limes. Ci-Jinl .limes is u son of Mr. nnil Mrs. l-'red llnrkdtv: liavi' I eaii iKiit- oWr Wesl Ateliisdii In I'i'rfeel safely. Time itns ivlien n yonni; mm frnm .snme nther nf Atehl.' i ltd Hie tttn tvinncrs. Miss Ai-nisli'inic nnil Mr. tliHcmo till lo vleloher and tvlll slm: ifMIslrlcl i-diilesl. e "''V' is Ihe' f.nii- stnies nf Katisns. Texas, Xe'.v: >v "r lid Cohmnhi. Tlie ivinnei.s In tn Xetv York for the tvlll slni; Uelsncr tuirk is ireparnlion i-nming of win! Mrs. diaries Seller, West M leninil in rnilroifil men sjiy, ii tvlll Hike u yt-ar apprdxiiinitcly lltion tvlll he next week icvnlvcs iihiint a hiiv hy Ilie intent nf 'licin-d. tvns to relieve- licm.-fif ;J listriits frnm henrini; part nf (tie- Inir len of paving hiirlitvays. mid In nl'dii t' hem tn he teinitinrscd If rliey imvcij ilrejidy tuiid. The readin.i: of he tdiinty eotatnis.sioneis; arc n remit tlie .siiectal taxes, nr ttheth-V llie.v may ih, it. t ''I'cisidn will .set n forli J" the entire suite. Tin; mcnniim of Iliej} law never lieen inlertireted bv nirts. ni.d has liccn lield lo IIIIVL' renl mennini.'s in a'most everv l.v in Ihe stnle. The Xdilnnville rdild. Klilte uy No. -1. tins completed H Several weeks nyn nil (he vnci.s in the lienefit district vote.n test (he Inw and raised ii fund i-ariy it into court. iji If tin'1 ili.sli-icl court return.'; H nent In favor of the plaintiffs, it lo the court, not In- ly cdininlssioneis lint hy II hlyhway deiiiirliiient. MRS, wTlfiyiiE DIES! Frum Thnrsdny's dally. Tin- denth of Mim- Ann Ill-line, wife of I-'. W. Hl'lmc. 'north (if tnivu poultry farmer, occurred thin nidi-nine; al S :'J) u. in. at the limne. of her iluiii.-hler. Sim. .1. llamjitnii.., near ['otter. Death cnlmlinik'il an-til-I iies.s nf five months. Mrs. Hi-uno. IVIIK td her home fioiit KIIIINI.S Cil.v iflu-1-i- slicj: hud htM'ii itnder trealinenl, n week Mrs! llrnni- died nt of 70. Stic- was born tn lU-nolviyn, N: V., pe-' Inher 8. HIM- maiden name ivnii Mary Ann I'feffer. She was niarrlcil In .Mr. ilfnne May (i. 1.S77. in llronkl.vtc." Tlie cnnplo muted in Illlnnls- in fiinillii; In Atclllsnu coiml.v nflvc.ni. ycar.s She tvas jl Ineinher of St. llencdlclVchnich. .Siirrii-liig nre Ilie hnshittid anil two ilimshtcr.s. Mvs. .1. H. Fall of til. .IniS mi-lit ill ftivnr of Hie iilnliiMffs. it iniilei-stiidil taso may In. enrrieilfi slali-S; rum- KiainlehildreiC l-'ivd, h'rjuik, Mil. reporter JI Knnd Inrn. Slmnty can id l.nnise Hamilton tilerlaineil :ir ilinnei In spend the day witli lliem In l-'ri From llailt. lust yetir. is nn Hie trnil .1. K. Metlratli: "Tl i. Mrs. It. 1-Vi-Kiison. Jr.. nnw! Ulnhe's Hi! In Alcliisdti with linr mollier, flitlil wus finiti Seplemher X'.. and I Mrs. Kd Hcsl, fn'his Imnresslnm. "'Illini A.linns .-mil dnnnlitc.......- .Mildn-il. lire here fvnm Topekn. Miss! Ml drcd hus liccn in UK- lust I year, iind lius rl 'I'lie npi-Ei Inmorr. i-ldsed a iteek. Kelmiil In dlstrid II. 'I'lK- 1'illin.i; stalinn al ifas 'ily sclinols nf Mnsioljili will I'tiiken inln last Slnnday and it lie score tinaril ilnrin" Ifncliors aRiiln I his year, with insist- Serie.s. em sale.spcnple III-KUIK sets of eiieyelo- jn-dia on the schools 'free of the flyllls wlxnnl They' lire enllin-j Tentli street, and her inollier. 'si'rs'. leaelier is invieKh'd iiislie and cnniplinienlary ris nil nllier Charles (TIII-II. went in Knnsus City into it in in- u Hole which is sold 10 an 'necep lanee coriMii'jnion.' l-eforo Taylnr's hear, is...... She The hnrylary tvas lint In Hie inh 10 Ikls Ituitic hi Flu- Hoiirnl ii'iii'lli ihn-c ilnys mill l.ii- foi uoon In :t Snvvln ,t liiitri-.' Mr Is n Jilioni (ilio Ijip. l.v from Ills Illnoss inul Is now rnul iiroiiinl IIKH! iluy. Hi- own nl Ills nitilor rur In JiMl. n for riiTnncN b xyda reluasLMl c-u; 50 liu in llu1 grninul Itki- lio tu Hire ninny strool In- UTIH n I niv linwi-vcr. a( SintiFi wjis pluti'il Tim ilL-nllst riivVA thir sonit Kny lo bsivc imsseil Mm; li.-i-iuiHfi they h-i inUTsoi'ddii onicr n l.illur nmdo niuK- In UK- Dr. IVIirlC tltn dk'totis n (t i JttlllcJ" n[ tho Onlrnl itnthch sliojts, liiul-ird-il (o ovcry sliopiiuin Iwrimso t lioy Iitifl told jilioui oil- I'lnroinx' ntnv runs :L .Mrs, .IiK1 10viiris of Kansas Cilj, wns hijurvil tu KM tuito lUH'tdi'llt on I i fad sovcrnl win rotuni to ta-r Mr. nnd ML-S. llt-jiry liuvi- Cixnl llieir Uonie on N'nrlh Thinl Jroi'l, inul ll iTi'XTits 11 iitlvariivi' nic-iif-iir- Pills living at Ai.noi rlons -.iinliiion jn n Si. .loo ;j Uc nn iijn riitinii Ibt'tv yi-s- Sll-yi-.ii-.nlil iiinneet' .Innetidii. is In Aiclihon iillorncy WHS liiVtMlU ilie Jin Alrlilsnn uinn's h-tinl nr'fairs. J Ttic- titlnnir.v huMi'i 3 li'fl 11 ri'iil nf s.i fur h-H rrsi-uiiii: itt tlu- i-nO ofj- Mils yiMr, t'luiru'cil willi A IIIII.-P. Mitt.r! MtCo-A-un. tolinvil, fliicil in polke t-imn .vcftonfiiy ;ir- ICrinioii. Kin- WHS DM tin- testimony nf. funiu-r that 1m lunl I nutria liijuuv from IILT. Stir IH'.a It'll lo con ji. _ W. chii'C of (mtuv. ia Sl, uftt-Tntum lo sn-un. nf Clinrles (.'tin-y Jiml Karl eoUn-tMl jail hrenkiirs. Tin-so will ]H- M in ihis sn-tlni] :iUni- .with nf (be iwn mini, Miss M'hidykfr lf h.-fg siH'nilhlK tl fi-w vi-Uiu- ii.T iitir- rnls. Mr, nml ,1. (Hit T MrcH. Miss N Ins n tniinliif; in du- Xoyps hcsiillii) Sf. .li'f an.l i> IhiK uU-rly willi tu-i- If ClinrlU- oE ftliouM uu'i-i Aiuly (Juiniii mi Uio streets' ToiJiiy i hoy lull oil (illuVa TKvk mict >vi-tfp. lu-ius lionnil stfvyrtil. Yesitjnlny. cnincoue sloU11 Mr. itoc   

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