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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Atchison, Kansas The Atchison daily Globe sunday july 27, 1924. Etchison daily Globe. Founded by k. W. Howe in 1877. Gunk a. Howe. Editor. Entered Erri. Inns in the Post office in atoll As second class matter. / Fum shed quot by Globe Public Ivins co., Corner fifth an main streets. Subscription rates in rents per week delivered by earler by no ii 4 tier year. Telephones business depart Merit. R.2 new department. By Mhz heu of associated press tile associated press is exclusively entitled to the use of republication of All news dispatches credited to it or otherwise not credited in this paper and also the local news published j us herein. All rights of republication it any special dispatches herein ail he Wise reserved. It it it it it it it it it it it it it Golf j snort column j a a it it we sauntered into an apothecary s shop. Quot do you keep Stamps a we asked with All gentleness. Quot this Ain t tile Post office quot the clerk Sun piled. A second later a very pretty Young lady entered the same store and demurely asked. A Alay i have two sunup please quot a a certainly a replied the clerk who did t even charge her for the Stamps. Now. Get us. We tire not erotic Zilig Lerk. We Are merely telling you that Good look the thrill that comes once in a lifetime. Are an asset. Sunday. July 27, 1924. I Globe sights a Good sport won t disturb the quiet of other people while pursuing i sport. Fact is of we were a druggist the persons who buy nothing hut ask to use the Tell phone and re j quests free ice water would ruin our i disposition which is now considered the sweetest and most angelic distort a tilt in in this Community. I i As a matter of fairness t the average Man uses As much face j powder As the average woman does. What do your troubles amount to suppose you were a manufacturer of stiff collars. Of we Are to have real downright prohibition let s change the name or Yellowstone Park. Some men think they have said wonderful thing when they say it possible but hardly probable. When uni1 woman want meanest thing she eau another woman she coh to say the think of about a. It quot she s or. W. K fast a our. Hugh Charles loves the great outdoors. And i m sure he Felt very close to nature when that Bumblebee sat Down on other him the How to determine if a Man is a hic Nee of he has hold of the coat lapels of another Man. And is detaining Tho other Man. He is a la n. We a married couple eau gel All no very la with each other if he is Meek. If everybody will Tell somebody Olsen that better times Are just around thei Toner better times will he just around he Corner. Man boasts of Bis Prog it a few years ago men i wounded i�?T>.000,000 men. Jar bar. Liar. I a it. And idled Ami Progress Jude Johnson a a shucks whenever Fin in the cellar the wife wants me a it perform some menial task in the Arret. And vice versa. Lames i. Howe who has Long been i Broad for the associated press writes the Globe that Friedrich Sehon Maun. Instructor of american literature in Munster University Anil formerly ail change professor at Harvard or finished a Book in German called the Art of influencing the masses. In the rotted an analysis of what the author prefers to Call quot the promo Gamma apparatus of the i. S. A. For putting across the american idea. He concludes that the germans Are cubes in the Woods so far As propaganda is concerned com a red with americans and that we surpass All Oiler nations in the world in it. Professor Sehon Maun says there Are six great propaganda spreaders in the United states the press the Church the women the school the moving pie lure theatres and the business world with its clubs. Thus Tili persons of All Ages have quot americanism constant in hammered into them. The press he regards As the mightiest instrument of propaganda As was illustrated during the War. Professor Scho Nirann says americans Are rather a Gullible crowd gulping Down propaganda with out timing very critical and far More fanatical than a German with his deutschland Zubor Ai Lea. He envies the ability of the americans to do a Job it propaganda right when there is such a Job to he done and advises that the germans study our wonderfully successful methods. Professor Keshon Emami devotes to Page Aud a half of Bis Hook to an Atchison Man and says k. W. Howe. Of Atchison. Kansas Iki Benjamin Franklin started life As a Printer and publisher and today is one of the most interesting writers of nil the great Middle West. A ii. A. Howes monthly is entirely original and compares favourably with a poor Richard s Howes Fate did not Lead him into diplomacy or along the path of Jolli ties. His period and time of work has been altogether in a different age to that of Franklin hut. Nevertheless he shares Many of the wonderful qualities of character re thought of which Franklin was endowed and who. Like Howe. Came from ii family of puritans. In one thing particularly. Howe has i ice ii Moi Frank More honest in expression than Franklin Ever dared to he. Howe has ii rare Quality of honesty of thought which has made him famous and his writings Are quoted frequently almost everywhere. Howe is the Mouth piece of the practical business men of hairier Lea. Of the factory owners of the Hank prs. And others of classes who Are iii dust rious. And who have made their Mark iii the world by hard work lie praises Success and the making of Money by honest Means and on hand opposes All sentimentality the thoughtless Idle prattle of the individual and of the useless dribble of the politicians who tire running the nation toward certain danger despite linger signals it is often said of congressmen Anil inflators that they Haven t done anything. That assertion probably is True. But what have the rest of us Lone nothing. The nearer Yon in to hell the More your Kotlier loves you. Aren t mothers the queer beings quot your Colin is quite Clever in some said a lady to us at Effingham Friday night. Do you know what that Means Aav do. It Means that in some other ways the Colin is absolutely and positively crazy and ridiculous. Inn the Concordia blood hounds Many Are the attempts we made to in Littie them. But Well say this in their favor they Are not air Dales. We have become Sil k and tired air Dales. And our enthusiasm for police dogs is waning a dirt Farmer quot i in done voting for to Man just because be claims to lie a dirt Farmer. Quot it Means that every slogan used Over much. The slogan dirt no longer intrigues me. Hut nauseated Rue. Those Are the real words of that Farmer. An by old druggists and the drug business in Atchison hospitality is a very mid easy to Wear out. Flimsy thing a e folks who Are half right most of i to time might As Well in entirely wrong All of the time. Nobody has any Confidence in us. A by Are there among the hens so Many widows a lot of men who pay their debts Are not Good citizens. But every Good citizen pay new York Day by Day Clipper Sloop shows tugs pushing floats that Bear whole trains of freight a ars. Ferryboat huge liners and River steamers painted White. One of the highest priced surgeons in new York still drives Almut in an old fashioned horse drawn High gig. He sits Hack to Buck with a Footman new York july 20.�?dutch de Hor _ Gan has gone the Way of the East Side and seems an incongruous figure in tin his debts. Every Man who physical works like mental work is the does t do much s to imagine that a i Dost aah ii Ham j. Bryan he is yet a dominant character. But is beginning to look a Little like a Christmas tree about nine Days attn it i fistulas a e All want a million dollars. We ail want to quot regulated the other fellow. That a Why we Are All restless. Professor Charles Kennedy quot a canard is something you tuna idly gangster. Ile died As he lived by the gun. They found him Pistole through the head in an area Way iii the eur or Blue nose Murphy s soft drink parlor on Avenue a. Juke All his ilk dutch de had the idea he had enough Power to violate the gangster s code lie quot squawked quot motor mad whirl. Copyrighted. 1924, by Syndicate. The inc. M naught Effingham. Or. And mrs. Earl the pedestrian has rights. But Many a pedestrians Are dead be cause they exercised their rights. America is her decline near tevet i to million dollars Worth of saxophones were sold in ibis country the last Jour. No country can survive Long on that a Call. Fiddles Aud banquets destroyed to Ltd sent itome. Saxophones and rim Barb sauce apparently Are bringing the United Stutes to the Brink of ruin. I safely relieves Catarrh of the bladder ply Nic or Black capsules i popular for generations a Ahi a Aat Ion or compound Copaiba and cubes at druggists of trial Box by mail boy Krom Plantin 33 Hin a St Brooklyn beware of imitations a a nearly every Man understands the a in Ards of automobiles. But too Many men Are too careless Alint studying the machinery of government and human relations. The hindus should Send missionaries to the United states to teach the american women to Wear As much clothing As the hindus do. On a pal. That always Means violent i daughter visited at the death. Big Jack Zelig Louis the Lump. Twist Mcguire and a score of others have died in the same manner. When word goes out through the mysterious channels that a gangster has squealed the gats Are of dished and the alibis framed. Many times the killer is selected by drawing lots. Ile takes with him his quot passer quot to whom he j passes the gun after the fatal shot is fired. Duty h Ell with the Odd Moniker was a Little italian a quot blood in the East s de jargon. Ile wore dazzling clothes much jewelry Aud was fond of the la Dies. He was graduated from the Hud son dusters to a leadership that meant univ Var in Avenue a. He organized a system of tribute from Small tradesmen. When they refused to buy tickets to some saturday night Ball or Clambake they were the victims of Black jacking or store raids. The gangster rules by terror. Most gangsters begin careers on Street i Ruers they have an inherent hatred for the Corner cop. Ability to use their fists gives them High standing hut to Lead in a foray known As quot gauging the cop quot usually results in leadership. The bravest of All the gangsters was Young Johnny Spanish lie weighed aunt iou Moulds and was a bundle of misdirected Energy. When he went out on shootings lie primed himself with drugs. He died iii the same Luau Lier As dutch Ell. The Saddest Man on Earth is he about to lose Hope because in believed some politicians nicely Flavoured soft St Lap. _ somebody says three political parties Are necessary because no two part aes could hold All the grouches. The modern statesman does t study anything except prejudices and the science of vote getting. A a dutch quot Leonard reinstated. Banker shield to i. July 2d Hubert quot i Bif Oil i Leonard one time anime can league Pitcher who jumped to the outlaws iii july. 192.4, has been reinstated by commissioner Landis and will leave Fresno next wednesday to a it iii tile Detroit american league team it was announced Here today. The Adams plot cd to the contributors of Franklin i column on the world have Coin the following insomniac song tune of quot give my regards to Broadway a give Myra Hess to Broadway Rome inner me to Harold Ross Tallulah Bankhead at 42d Street Siegfried Sassoon he there. Tell them of How Blanche York a Tom mingle with the old time throng. Give Myra Hampton old Broadway and say that 1 11 be there Hay Long. One of the interesting sights of new York is to stand at the Battery seawall and watch sea gulls swoop Grace fully out to meet the incoming liners. They can spot the vessels la fore they Are sighted with binoculars. They know that following custom they will he wc-11 fed by the liner Cooks. Arc gait and Arthur Ging Rich and Frank Mesigh Homes last week. The regales Are from Southern Kau a s. Or. Bud mrs. Frank Hoffman anti son. Allx it who went to Washington for his health Are Here spending their vacation with relatives. Or. Hoff mans health improved very much iii the Northwest. The question regarding quot Adams Apple a us expressed by an Atchison Man is of particular interest to an Effingham woman who had put the sane question to a physician. The woman was past Middle age. And the physician assured Lur that the prominent Adam s Apple of the vast was merely a matter of her childhood imagination. Or in other words just a state of mind. Elmer Hall has bought a hardware store at Roseburg Oregon and Given up the travelling position to has held for fifteen years. Elmer i fall is a son of mrs. Elvina Hall of Effingham. Or. And mrs. Charles Baird and son. Of Denver visited mrs. L. A. Bryan thursday. They were a cum pane d by her sister. Mrs. Herb Purdy. Call or. S. Mender veterinary. A Siples on i the Hundred or so River Craft too that May in viewed til the Battery Wall stir Tho imagination. There arc vessels sailing All flags coast was steamer., now and then to full rigged were sore and festered. Cuti Cura healed. I worked in a boiler room and the dust caused my face and the backs of my hands to break out in pimples. The pimples were a Little larger than a Pinhead and disfigured my face. They were quite sore and some of them festered and scaled Over. A a i tried several remedies but got no Good results. A Friend told me about Cuti Cura soap and ointment so i purchased some and after using them about six weeks the pimples disappeared. I was signed Howar Mitchell Spooner wls., March i 1924. Use Cuti Cura soap ointment and Talcum daily and keep your skin clean and healthy. Rabbu. Or mar mall add. Ara lab Al it Al Bapt h. Ma4� ii Itaya bold Rwm to soap hic i Hillman j. Aril air in. A War try our new shaving stick. Collection of sewn paragraphs advertisements. I ewer phone 4 or. Hawk dentist. Hii Yiwon bldg. Mrs. Mary a. Byrne is visiting in Omaha. Thresher lots supplies of All kinds Mullins in Root for the Atchison team at City Diamond this afternoon. Stone a Uliter coolers. I gallon size $1.98. Kelsey s China Stere. Expert alteration and repair work j. C. System opposite the Globe office. See the Long Oil company now for your fuel Oil Lay in your Winter s Supply. Mrs Bove Koeh of Doniphan left yesterday to visit her parents at Del i Las. Texas. Mrs Floyd Armil and children j have returned from a week s visit in Kansas City. Will sehm Ding. Millwright at the Mangel Slorf seed company is taking i his annual \ ration j Burch butter who recently had ii Bug in his ear a the hug sounded just like a purring Caf a mrs. M. M. Hatfield and children 901 George Street left Friday on an Auto trip to Garfield. Arkansas. It s Classy. Beautiful. Durable. The up Holst ring in the new four door Ford Sedan. Finley motor co. Jim Scott South of town has enter ii the Atchison Hospital for treatment. I he has been very sick for several weeks. A. P. Larson who lives on route six our of Atchison has purchased a Ford touring car from Tho Finley motor company. Mrs. John Hopkins and children. Park place returned today from re Scott. Kansas where she has been visiting relatives. You la always find what you wan in j the Way of hardware at the Clark j Henderson hardware store at prices that will surely please you. It is reported that Adolph Rehuel. South of town has bought the John Cleary farm of 160 acres in the Good intent neighbourhood and will move j to it. Ralph Coats Lias come to Atchison from Stockton. California and is working at the Wilson a company i tout try House la is a brother of Clarence Coats of the Bailor factory every Reader of tin Globe should take a few minutes to read the in Dor Seinen of congressman Dan a thong by the president of the Northwest wheat growers association on Page seven in today a Globe. Adv. Louis Beale arrived from Cuya hoga Falls Ohio yesterday to mrs. Beale and son Terry Home. They have lie ii visiting mrs. Beales or. Mrs. A w. Parker and her mrs j c. Fox the past month will motor Hack to Cuya hoga leaving Atchison tomorrow. In 1872, when i took a position or rather a Job. In the me Pike a Allen drug store there were Only three other stores in town Simonds amp Mcco Nuu ghz Allen amp Todd and Augustus Lang. Iii 1881, when i Ope tied a drug store at eighth and commercial streets there Wert seven drug stores in town. Previous to 1872 i can recall tin Nanus of hut two drugstores Liz Itlie s and Gould amp Wilber. I Pike a King bought out the la in i Ere store Ami Simonds amp Mccoy Mushy bought out the Gould amp Wilber store. The late s. C. King retired from the i Pike a King store and was succeeded by the late j. 0. Fox. After la Fng a few Days with the my Jeike a Fox store a Man that i met in iii Thorn s grocery asked me what i did in the store and before i could answer him or. Jia Thorn told him that me Pike gave me a dose of every new Medicine he got out Anil if it did not kill me he placed it on the Market. I never cared much for or. Ila Thorn after that. There is not a Man who was in the drug business in 1872. Nor one who was in business iii 1881, alive now. Except myself and i Ani just staying Here to save funeral expenses Many amusing things happen iii drug stores. Customers aet queer and ask for what they want iii a Way that sonic times puzzles the most of Poricov cd druggist. An old coloured Man came into my store and told me he was having trouble with his stomach. Quot when i Don t get enough to eat it hurts me and when i eat too much it hurts me quot he said. I put three compound cathar tic pills in a Small Dix wrote on the top of the Box. A take at one gave it to him and told him to take the Medicine according to direction next week he came in and i asked him of the did him any Good. And he said they did. Lait lie had an awful time getting the i lox Down. Quot Good morning. Mrs. Jones i Ait to a Middle aged woman who in me in. What can i do for you quot sin said sin wanted an ounce of corrosive sub Lunate put into a pint of . Quot of course you know what use i want to milk of if. They just run me crazy. I Haven had one of them in the Lions for years hut i found one in Frank s Las this morning. Frank silent night before last with his Friend Harry and Harry s wife is a i it shiftless Why Stie on to told me they never bothered her. No matter How Many of j them were in the House a the next customer was an old worn j an from the country and she said she bad a Laid cold and it had set thai in her Chest. I gave her a big Mustard plaster and told her when she got Home to put it on her Che about a week afterwards she came in Aud i asked her How sin a feeling and she said she was feeling Fine. She said quot i j had no Illust of Home to put that plat ter on so i put if on an old trunk iii i the bedroom and it sure did relieve the congestion just As you said it i would. Wish you would let me tuna a Fine tooth comb not for myself one of my neighbors asked me to bring of amp out As i came. We have no use Foi them in our my Friend Mike came in and said to no quot in be been suffering with Ilia chills and fever can you give a some Medicine to break them quot and i fixed up ii remedy and gave if to him and told him to take it according if the directions. The mint lire was of Sinh a nature that the bottle Avo Pic have to he shaken to mix Tho ingred louts and i placed a Small Label around the neck of flu bottle on whirl was printed quot shake before you take i did not Sec him again for Severn weeks. When i met him i said to him quot How Are you feeling. Mike quot and in said lie was feeling Fine. A did yet take dint Medicine according to the directions and he said he had not taken any of it As the in bed on Tho Kittle said. A shake Ite fore you take a and he had never Ahu red since he got the Medicine. Had a Fine soda Fountain in my store nod did quite no extensive business then however not to be compared with the Large sales now made it soda count ors. Due Day one of Atchison. So defy girls drove up to the store lit to r Fine Carriage got out and came in. She seated herself on a soda Stool and said to me quot Sun you disguise the taste of Castor Oil so it eau la taken without knowing i told her i Eon id do it. She told me that i had a Nice soda Fountain and that Ninny Avo plan had she Koi to Lier about the Good cod 4 drinks we dispensed. I said to her quot we Are introducing a new drink Mary Garden fix. Would you like to try it a quot to fid she said she would in tickled to death to try it. And if sin liked it she would Tell Aii her friends Almut it. Quot what flavor would Yea prefer a Ami she said she liked Strawberry Hest. I put an ounce of caste Oil in the Tumbler when she was t Locking then the Strawberry syrup and then. In is six went iii the Sod water. She sucked the last drop of it through a Straw smacked her bps no said of was the to St soda so even drank thai it had a taste different from what she get at other store quot now let to have tin Castor Oil. A took it iii the Mary Garden fix quot Well of All things. I did not want it for in self. I a lit my it fur my huh she gut off la Stool no out. Gut in he Carriage slammed Tho doer. And i heard tier sax to tin coach Man quot drive me hum just As quickly As you i did not see the Young lady fur Rev Oral Davs. I was greatly worried i cause i had made such n Blunder in giving her the Castor nil in the soda instead of giving it to her in a bottle a few Davs later i met her coming oui of flu Post office. So smiled sweetly i at in locked iii the to St of health and i i formed the opinion that the Castor j Oil had acted just a it is expected to aet. John la. Brown. Ari Atchison Man Aud his wife. Who stayed at the new Kau a hotel in Tomieka one night last week arc loud j in their Praise of the hotel and its furnishing and say that in everything except size. It compares fuck rally with the famous hotels in the largest lilies in the country. B. F Kutin Imell. 112 South fifteenth Street received a message Friday an-1 no neing that his brother. Sum Scammon was very seriously ill of his Home iii St Louis and that holies fur his recovery had been abandoned lie has been iii failing health for several months. Joe Swartz West of town i just getting Over the effect of to Case of Tomaine poisoning other me milers of the j. C. Swartz family were troubled with cases of the poisoning. A new co amur sorting machine arrived at the Pickle Plant yesterday. Slop jars. $1 Kelsey a Phi a store old stuff quot if i never you guilt that a too seen on commercial Street hear Klostermeier waving a bad dusk Friday two dead horses were found on the Jim Smith farm at Doniphan Lake. It is ship joked that they were killed a week ago by lightning. Try White Mountain ice Cream co. Kor better ice Cream and k is wholesale Aud retail. Family Trade a specially. A a deliveries i Ron aptly made. Ill main St. Rhone 354 Moth sister they Falli remember if i am elected sheriff i will drive my own car saving the county $2,504.03 in one year for autos tires and repairs. I will also Cut All extravagance and expense in every Way possible. It Cost the county last year $11,139.84 to run the sheriffs office. I will enforce the Law in every respect and give you a Square Deal. Carl h. Mayhew candidate for sheriff with Linley motor co., formerly 01 Effingham Kansas. Your vote will be appreciated at the primaries August 5th i Bol it a i advert isling. I your clothes might As Well speak for you pm against you if you have an Alert progressive mind and a brisk likeable personality let your clothes say so. Kuppenheimer Good clothes will Tell your Story and Tell it right. They let the Wold know that you re a style authority and a judge of Good Quality. Today being Well dressed is such an easy matter in both Effort and expenditure that excuses Are not acceptable. Sale prices now in effect. 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