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   Atchison Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - December 8, 1927, Atchison, Kansas                                TIKE ATCHISON WEEKItf 51.00 PEE YEAR. ATCHISON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1927. FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR. No. 11. j Flights of Oratory Will Take the Place of Flights Across the Ocean as Soon as Congress Convenes Tomorrow BAILOR ADDS SHEET METAL DEPARTMENT Plant of Security Metal Pro- Co., In Kansas City To Be Moved To Alchison, MEANS YEAR W. F. Gulliric, Jr., Formerly of Atcliisou To I.ociite Hove With Cqinimny At Onqe. CARLISLE HEIRS SUE TO RECOVER COUNTY TAXES Fi'om Friday's Dally. Suits by] two ot Carlisle I'Yoir. Ki-rlnyV: Dally. An expansion program which will nclst n year the business of Uio Bailor j (.Cultivator Co. hi the slnrl, was announced this morning by W. C. Tltomna, general manager. The 'Bailor company has made negotiations lo niova tho j Security Metnl Products Co. i here from Kitnsnx City to be) combined with the local plant. Tho removal will .plnce about. December 10. j To accommodate (lie new j is being two-slory striic- were flirt'today to collect. taxes pafd'to (he county and state in 1923, ,'I'lie volitions are In 'ilLiU'Ict court. 13 'tinderslood that' other Carlisle tieli's will follow With suits. The actions nro by the ore contesting'tlie right of tbo coun- ty and stiito to'collect the intangible tax on property they own outside tho atnte.. Severn 11 ago tho sUito tax tilled that. clal ngencles hacl; no rlRht lo, collect tho Intanclble 'tax on a large amount of stocks held by the heirs In Wash- ington. The heirs claim the stocks are held by Willlnm A, Carlisle, as trustee. ,ln Washington, and have time been held In Kansas. The present action came after ruling of the commission affecting ISia taxes. The heirs claim they nwlU the 1925 taxes under protest and consequently hcivo a right to recover, Mrs. Ronald Ramsey anrt Mrs. Wcirren Karwl filed tho two Individ- MRS, ANNA SMOTHERS IS WED TO THEOLOGICAL DEAN ji FIRE DESTROYS LINLEY HOME Blaze Starts At Flue In Base- Is Total Wreck. mitertjvisc, broken for a ture -18 feet wide and 68 feet The Floy Linley lioine, looa North From Friday's Daily. The mavringc is atmouncert of Mrs. Anna widow o( the Rev. William Smothers, to Dr E U ofUhc Central Bnpiliit Theological setnfnjiry, Topfikn, which took place; July 20. The', announcement being lor, ihb Jirst time, will cauNh great surprise liv the circles of toloied people, wheia tho bride and gioom are prominent Tho wedding was at the home of the brtdc, 1016" North Tenth street, tlin Rev, E. .1. Rufdlck, Baptist officiating, For reasons of thblr own the bride and groom -Heckled to keep their mar- riage n secret until tliey were ready Lo announce it. .Alter December 17, Dr. and Mrs. Scrugps will' be at home Kansas. The; bride is one of the most prbmlncut.wonicn In Atch- ison colored circles, As the wire of Hie pastor or the Eberiezer B'nptls( church she -look up church work, ant] since his death 1ms been active in the work. She Is president of the Women's Umuc and Foreign Mission- ary society of the church, and sec- retary of the state for the Acivancemeut of the -Colored Rncc. Also, the bride is prominent Iii liolitical always hnving worked lor -her race, politically. The groom is a leading man among the colored people throughout the "nlnle. He is a widower with one r.rown daughter. In going to Topeka to live Mrs. Scruggs will not part with- her. Atch- ison home. Her husband's nephew, Sam Overs! reel, porter at the Ex- change NiUional bank for "ninny years, who. with his family, liar, always lived fit the Smothers home, will con- tinue to live there. NO ROAD WASTE IN THIS COUNTY Flflh street, was virtually tlc.slroyed Fire this morning. At! e.vclfect ttiRltt hi turning Iti the fire nltyiii got her tongue twisted, send- In B (he rirc trucks off on n wild noose chase and giving the rirtvcxtrn tim The bln-ic was discovered o'clock. The fire ilennrtm Ibntr. Afiicliiiicry of the new line will also housed in available floor spnce in the pvtsscnt plant. W, F. Gnthric, jr., a son W. F. Gnthric, ireuernl solicitor for the Atehi-j til about four hours later, son uml Knstern -ftridge Co., 'a head of the Security Products'Co., mid move to AU'hi.scm to bot'ome associated with the (tailor Cultivator Co. The new J3olJor' project will be n val- uable addition to AtchEson Industry, The plant manufactures .metnl' pnrti- ttnns for showers, toilels. etc., medicine Ellsworth Cummin Critics of Kansas Methods. QUOTES OF 'FIGURES Records Show 'Value Received And' Greatest Possible Ser- vice', He Believes. EXPECT 200 AT DISTRICT PARENT-TEACHER MEETING Nearly 200 persons arc expected to Attend Die First district conference of the Parent Teacher association to be held in Alchison December 10, Mrs. Glenn Squires, .district' president, said yesterday, With her committees Mrs, Squires is making plans for entertaining the visi- All sessions will Hyrjim hotel. be held in .the Prom Sunday's Dally, In a carelul analysis of road] sitimlion, t Ellsworth Cummmgs, with figures county refutes' tlic Kansas f felly Star's charge: ot squandering, so; far tlxtt county. Is I concerned. 'Mr.' 'Cuminings. is deputy, Bounty treasurer'hero; Commenting on the Star's charge ,lmt the avernce township tmstee squanders" to on town- ship roads, he quotes exact figures to how that, the average .trustee in Mchison county spends less liven a fifth of tills amount. His" statement' follows: v To The Globe: r Much'has been said of Jatc concern- cost pi building and, maintain- ug roads and'bridges In Kansas. Swell an   fire fosses paid here during the five-year period were col- ectetl from "Ihc millers' co-operatives, to Mr. Seng's figures which would make the losses tictuallj paid by the companies in the underxrit era' ur-socLation less than 50 per cent of 'what the town has .paid out In pre- niurns during the period. Tiic brief the city is preparing for ii e s e superintends n t will show hnt Atchhon Is paying nnich more hen 50-per cent for the protection .it receiver, as It Is keeping its fire do- up-to-date to comply 'with' ;he demands of the underwriters. If mealing these requirements svisc. The city of i icia Ls feel the nder- writcrs are merely the Wnck jack, which ordinarily there Is little chance of fending off, At Injured several years ago, nnd still has to use crutches. "I feel pret-, ty well, but my hip joint doesn't mani- said Mr. Parvcr. Mrs. Carl Dingcss filed suit Satur- day to recover taxes collected In 1925 on Intangible property held ouUslrLn the state. The suit is virtually the same two separate suits fHcd by other heirs of the late William Carlisle. A leadership for P. T. A. workers will be held in Topcka, Dec, 7, 8 and 9. Five Atohison persons will seen him." Herb Moll: depends on who is Koinj; to be H. Wilson: "Yes. Christnifts wouldn't, he Chrlstm as wi Lhnu t Sa nta." ____ Lee Echtuib: "Ves. thing's." ____ J. I receive Wilson: such nice "t'havc al- ready argued that question at home.1 ___Sam Elliston: "Vcs. There ir> sa much enjoyinenL at thnt lime of the Mass: "Yvs. Brown: "No." Alfred was re- cently sung by a hornet and Is in n bad mood.....AvcU UonneU: "Sure Come up to my .house Christmas atu you'll see R. Bruce: ".Yes Mrs. N. P. Peterson, living on West Alain'street, has the flu. Ten liquor and bad check warrants were Issued Friday and Saturday .by the county attorney's office. Talk nmpiif Tho Globe carriers; "How In the dickens arc we ever go- ing to carry that special cu'tion iround next week? It, wuTbe nearly a1 mil- Uou pages, won't Aw hire an Mrs i. who has been 4 fhe suirier with lier ion uj Denver, returned the first of this weci. to Atchison to maV.c Iwi home through the winter with her daughtei Mrs Qleiiii Squires, G19 North Fifth street. Mrs. Greene "will return again prlng to Colorado. ___ Pete Snudd: "Whittling 1ms become a lost art. Gosh, how I used to to vhittlc, Why, I remcmbei one vmtci vhen the old woman was dot n' all the vork .find I was just sorta :iti( asy 1 whittled purty ne-xrli an acre .IK! a half of timber and In shavin's too. Oce I liac) a lot of fun ,hnt winter." Local boys (hat ivci'e placed.oh the 3t. Benedict's college honor roll fo: tlia- close of the first quarter were: John Burke, and Harry Haeaelin, sen- ,ors; Gilbert Wolter's. sophoniore; 'Mor- ris Kaufman, freshtnaii. In the tiigh school department, local boys on the iionor roll were: Michael ilorn. Eugene Langun, and Paul BcSrich, New books at the Library: "Bugles In the by BcueCield; "Death for the by Gather by Deeping; by Da La Roche; "The Aristocratic Miss' Tcprc-icnt tlie local association at the I The spirit, of Tcarc institute. The-v are: Miss Mavbeli "Yes because Santa Is so good to institule. They are: Miss May belt Bay toy f Mrs. Arthur Weinman, Mrs. C. M. Harris, Mrs. E. E, Mattocks tmtl Mrs. E. W, Emery. Mastiji received word from headquarters of the Kansas P. T. A., Informing her ap'- i-oico. "Well. WOUU1 on'y ition if you Iwrd road wi Mrs. .Vlcto urdny tlic. :ing. A week tho Southern alifor- Irani Falls city, where Rhe had a po- ts ftvst rebuilding blegcr and better -sitton with the Missouri Pacific, ami niouses than it Imri prior lo the war is working in the office of the QlalrjHe also gave his views'on the cancel- Co She Is taking the posl- (ntioii of the European war dcbLi to Damt .loolbnU game. Mrs, O'Kecfe Is a, graduate of Notre Dame academy, fttul the, victory jJame college UiriJlcn' Ulrich 'of ".Noire They saw nnd "Broadway" In Chicago. "The Illinois ..were n Maurice O'Keefe lion left by Mrs. Jim Boggs, who -vas lorccti to rcsigu on' account of 111 health. I-ots of hohocs have come Into At- clil.wn on foot, in motor curs, in Iwals, on horses nnd on the trains. Yesterday for the first time In uiemoiy, a hobo lORds. ueic n Maurice O'Keefe cnmc to town on a bicycle. As yet none of the high school, who were g said, concrete roads nave' reported coming Uv air- the Rolnry club, were Introduc v.erOpt'wIfd." vlwie.1. AU. porlwood, America exprcsilng his opinion that the. Idea of not repaying them was tin AmcrEcnn which Fronce, for one nnllpn, had not considered nntll sug- CCSted by America. Following Mr. Tiu1- ncr's talk, Dorothy Orauerholx gixvc a reading nnd the honor .students ot the high school, who were giiestc of tj' iced be a short time until a run past every farm- er's house. Bui those who liavc a practical working knowledge of the cost of concrete and brick nnd the other very necessary details of road building recognize this as nothing short of just another "Utopian dream." But to set back lo the facts the records further, disclose thnt a tola! of was spent ,ln building now concrete bridges on both county and township roads. Not JraH wood- en structures to be washed out by the ffrst heavy rain. The above figures Indicate that a grand total of 037.05 was spent on roads nnd bridges In Atchlson county the past year mid I believe the average fair-minded per- son will admit thnt we have some- thing to show for said exixinrtltures and will oiilekly repudiate .the Idea that any considerable portion of this hmount lias been "iiquandercd" and because good by Lincoln by Locke 'Kingdom of In a. Yun county except probably Shawncc has who do their duty like those In Atchison envmty, Lcavcnworth county, tliat has a bigger arcn than Al chison conn t y n ntl claims 10.tWO more population, turns in a million or more dollars less valuation for tax- ation." Charlie tlobb nnd .Harold Nforrls had a peculiar experience the other day. They were hunting on Joe Kley's farm It seems that Joe doesn't iwr- mit hunting on )ils farm. Joe scnrcd the young men so much that they presented their shot guns to him. And they don't expect to get the shot guns ifick, either. There may be a lynching bee south of towp, so far as someone turned back tlic pages of the past by steal- ing a horse. Imagine! Jess Gwart- ncy, south ot Potter, reported the theft to hie police Saturday morning. He has offered a reward for the recovery, according to the at the police station, principle up to n certain point, but beyond reasonable., limits H defeats the very purpose for which It Li cre- unuimv -...r, uvuu Uim atcct. In Ihc final analysts, the work- Ihrown In the mud" Personally, I i Ing ol any IAW or system Is pretty ran not but feel that n similar analy- I dependent on the-Individual sis of tHc other 104 counties In the I honesty and efficiency of the official stata would reveal a somewhat slml-'who administers it, regardless of Jar condition of affairs, whether he bo working for the statc, In closing, I wlsli to emphasize the the county, the township or the city, fact that centraItutlon of authority ..I am, very sinwrely, i la a mfghtyJ'Vi'. ELLSWORTH CUUMIIiQS! Bccnu.se there is so much pleasure that time of the BflLt "Is there Mall: "Wai until T sec what I Hit is 'Sure. KG always has lots of surprise for Iiloyd Wtiitaker: "None of youv business.'1___Jack Gardner: "When I was n kid I H. J. Bird: "Certainly I believe in Santa i TMrd: "Yes, He's a great Altlricli: "Sure1, I have been playing Santa for four Harrison: Chandler: "Sure I believe In Santa. There's not n. Uetter Atherton: T used Llnd- Eey: Elias: until J sec Andy Cliff Higley: Almes: "Yes, lie me lots of Maday: "Yes, I have Pucka: "Nope, there ain't no Sftntn Bill Pitts; "Yes, I believe anyt hi Holt: "Sure, iS he brings mo aeorge Wilmlng: "Go II "Yeh." ___Owen Colgan: Bailey: "Of course. Nice olcl fat or stuffed Storbcck: "Yes. It's a good practice.1' Henry Geritz: you better December SiirrUt: "Who said there wasn't one." ...Ed Jnckson: "My sock goes up every Peterson: "There Is not n belter fellow than Santa Claus." Four thousand apple trees arc transplanted nt the John J. Intfeii farm north of town, Roy Hiller, Prank and Mr. Inlfen are doing work. The trees "are being dug out witli a'spado, luul In half a nesdny the mon out -100 trees. Tliree years ago Mr. Intfen grnftect the apple trees, nnd now they are to be set out in an orchard. Imagine the 'ob of spading out, nnd then setting nut 4.000 Ireesl Frank Kunish has completed build- ing his new homo at firm mar Ar- rfngton. nan by "Nuptials of by Sabalini: "Charming Comes by Seltzer; "Flash, the Lend tiy Marsh; "Quest of Youth." by Partial; to by Fletcher; "Benson Mur- der. Case." by Van Dine; "Now Arc by Milne; "Scouting for by Girl Scouls, Inc.: "What Can n Man by Barton; i by Fn'rnbam. Tom Porlwood was in Th? s fice this morning. He seemed to havs something on his mind, but for sever- al minutes he didn't sa.y anything. Hr. unustmUy incnieaL. Finally he tooi: a rcpovlcr down Into tho darkest corner of the base.'tient, nnd after around a fcv; seconds, said: "Tlie liizh'.; school folks would Uke to eveH a Christmas tree on the high school cum- pus But we're broke. Very broke. Flo you know of any way we could grace- fully hint tliat be ticked pink if soniCDiie would donate MS a nice We'd be glad to go out and cut the tree. Do you suppose you could study up n nice hint? An awfully hint." Well. Tom, let's not say any- more about H. Perhaps tins ts hinti enough. "Trie retirement of John C. Pollock from the federal court of Kin- sas, when It does come, will be n calamity to the said J. M- ChaS-1 Hss, attorney, Saturday in on the possible appointment of T. McDermott to a federal in Kansas to assist Judge Pollock, Pollock has Judicial courage in. ft h'gh degree. He Is the most outstatul- Ing members of the federal judiciary and Is generally recognized over said Mr. Cltalllss. "His career on the bench lias boon notable." Mr. Challlss does not believe Judge -j lock will resign, however. He believes 7J another federal judge may be cd for Kansas while Judge would remain for service at call, or to act in cases he desired to Imndle. Mr. McDermott, whose name has been pre-.i sentert to Attorney General Sargent H Judgshlp In Knasas, Is a couriigeoM-V; capable man although ol a ts-pe than Judjte Pollock, said Mr, ChaN c Uss. Ho is well-grounded In law. He hq-v'i the courage of hb and is not n politician la the sense of the said th< attorney. .__x   

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