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WEDNESDAY, APRIL ! ln31 RU'TH'RVIU.K. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Faces Arrest If He Admits He's Alive iSS2§I_, : STS.., r , i-$ '"" T fa »»~~... .. ~ of it Misscuriau Faces Rig- amy Charge If He Adtnils He's Alive: Oaims Fortune By NKA Set vice JOI'LIN, Me —John Frederick Bartels has teen d:ad 20 years, but he never minded about th.V. ur.til just recently. Lsgally dead, that is, in two slates, lie was "burred" in Alma. Neb., in 1008, p.r.il also legally dc- claicd de'.-:<l in Missouri hi 1010. But he didn't tare. Life can l>s pleasr.nl for nn active man of 75 even if legal papers r.o longer !CGgn!'/": his existence. But not, so long 'ago word came to the lit'.le Ozark town of Me- Ojho, Mo., that one John Frederick Bartels is heir to valuable cs- iTO'.e In Priraa. John Frederick If.iniels? The records of the probate courts aver that he Is dead. C'omr.lic.-Uions Arise , A simple matter, you would say. Bartels to to to the court, 'provc"hl3 Identity, and have the \ records changed? But n'ul :o' simple. BarteLs, when he left his prosperous strawberry farm nrar Neoshc—30 years a^o it was. back in 1901—left a wife behind him. They were never divorced. And she, when last heard from, was ali-jf.' -and vWJ, JtUiewhc J: In California. hot :=3 long aso the man Old Time Spirit Shown nl .Baplisl Revival MiN The Widow's Might! Tlic cvrwsolMic meeting In prn-: I grcss at the Fir<l liapllrt churrli, j I alone with revivals nisi' hold Ihl* : week at ihe Firs'. Pi7sbytr-ri:in :m:l i 'Hi ft Methodist churches. Is beliw, can led m;t as an oict fnv.lnncd ie- ; ' viral. • Testimonials weie given at llii* urninti's services before ll'.: 1 pas- j tor, the iU'v. Alfred S. Hnrv.vll., preached on the well known vois 1 ; . trcin John 3:10. "For (Jo;l sent m:: I Jills Son Into the world to condemn ; • th-j woiltl but 11ml the wcrl:! thru' Him inliiht be saved." . Last iHi:hl he pictured JCMIS in ' jteais three times in the course ol I I hl.s ieinicn tnki-n (torn John 11. i Luke 19 and Hebrew 5. The times,! were at l^i?ermis' grave, over Jr- and over the world. : "Wnlkiiii; Deep With Clod" was them? discussud yostcrd.iv I The services will ranlrmie nicrnit'i; at 10 o'clock and evening at 1:45 nt Ihc churches through Friday. rac . each I "THE RIP VAN WINKLE OF THE OZARKfi." John F. Bartels, Is shown at the. left \vith his new: wife, fcrrr.eriy Laura Crouch, but he cannot Rive Her his name since he h:is none legally. At the right, Enr'cls t", rlnivn standing oved his own grave In a ce.nctrry at .Aln-.i. Neb., shaking hands with the ;::•;:;:rln'Kcr who buried him, Georj-: Joyce. The clipping telling of hir. c-ff.th is fto:n the obituary who'used 'o be John Barlels came' co -, U mn of the Harlan County Journal, of Alma, of March 23, 1S10. wrtib the (lismleinienl permit Is lack; hnu married another wife, t ], a . K , w :\ f cr Managing Editor of Arkan-'; sis Gazette Succumbs to' Hcai'l Attack. i >n<1, Brunei or Rcd-l ' Just S Laura' Crouch. So if h? legally; declares himself to 1)2 the John | Frederic'- Cartels who is legally dc-r.d, r.? i. .1 confessed bigamist, • ant! ther^ are lats about thai. ; .£noch Arclen Leaves Home ; ' It Is a strange story of this Hl[)' Van Winkle of the Ozarks. With: his ' first v;ife. Etta Bartels. he li«d on his strawberry farm, and prospered. He had amassed properly valued at 'from $50,000 to . 5100,000. He was successful. • But some taste of success was i not sweet to Barrels. . He rninr-' reled 'With his wit:, and grew tired,- somehow, of the eternal picking find shipping of carloads ci slravAc-rrlos. Suddenly, and to the. complete surprise of ail th.' t^eiyibors. John rr:derick Bartels- went away. That was July 2. 1301.- least of all his wife and daughters, knew whsr? he was. Yeais passed."and in 1009, in re-' sians: lo a petition ot Mrs. Bar- It 1 -, he '\vp.s legally declared rtea.1. The wldcv.- 1.03 she thought) hiu a tombi.one : set in the cemeterf al Alma, Neb., with tne name ui . John F. Bartels cut in the pol- 'khed granite. "Darlels" Is Buried ' She had Identified R* Jc-h:i Fredcrick: Harteis a man who hcd died in an Illinois asylum under the name of John Mitchell. The body, identified at the asylum by mailed descriptions and pictures from Mr; Battels, was ssnl on to Alma, and Boys, which is your choice—b!ond. brunel LITTLE ROCK. April 1. IUP1— | ' Frr(I Heiskell. 55. managing editor ! ___.._ , , jot the Arkansas Gazelle and prom-: •> body legally registered as his. In the clipping the name is spcllrd KARTELLS, but| , |J( . 1U m southlvcs ; crn journalistic | Col. Luke Lea and Son Post Bonds on the tombstone it is CARTELS. j rirH»r. died here suddenly last i night frnm a heart attack. i Hclskell was slrlcken shortly nf- | ler dinner and died at fi:30 n. in. \ He was born at Rogersville. Tenn. He ntended schools at Memphis! and nt Rweetwater. Tenn. He r:- j ceived'his first newspaper train-) in": on (lie Memphis Schnilar ;iml i laier served several years in 111? j Phllinnincs us secretary to Gen-1 eral I.uke E. Wright.' . | Heiskell became manaclnt; editor j of the G.i7ettc in I!H)2. H? nurrled | Miss OeorKin Roysisu in 1D12. They ! have two children. Grace a^d .Trsse- | phine. . • . j lie was a son of the late JuJi; I if;. W. Heiskell Pii:I Mr^. Ell-.i 1 Nelhertand Heiskell of Mi.nnhK! Funeral services will be held to- ' morrow morning. Rowland News Curl Oalyean was a Manila vis- llr- Ia-.t wei-k end.' Misses r.l=!e and Imogen. Brad'.M- of nelli snont Inst week end On the left \ve have Joyce Compton. red- there buried, ."March 24, 1910. haired beauty; in the csvitrr,' girlish Loretta Young, with brown tressfs.and on the right. Joan Marsh. Seven years ..later, Biiriels; who is almost as blond as a polar tear. The girls are all cf the movies. Jint in case you're Interested, turned 'up In Ncoslio. His wife,; it is said, refused to receive him.! and after some parleying, he | signed quit-claim deeds to his; property. Homeless and nameless, Bartels found Kcosho sortie-i thing"Iess than the pleasant place | It had once teen. Go he oncci mor? drifted away. ] Tt was last fall that he returned • to the hill conntdy. He sought out his old friends who had been i pallbearers at "his funeral." Th3 j Ozark folk, mildly surprised to sec I and shake the hand of a ma:i believed dead 20 years, accepted the fact that here ho V.-K, and let it go at that. Begins All Over Spry and active for his age. Cartels moved onto a little hiil- \de on Indlr.n Creek '.vith his nt\v who cannot take his name jccr,use he hasn't any. He cannot vote, admit his own name. nor;.. Th( , s nu | rt v, Dr.uchlci" !'7:-:n!-. a sa own his little farm, which stands! ~ { -, c -,t picture rvf Wliat Pc:'-\Va • '. fi -in his wife's name. RED-HEADS Clara Bow Jnn;t Gaynor Jlnr.cy Carroll Jo.irt Cra\vford Jo.v Auburn Mnrjcrie Beebe Sa;ly Eilers Srlina O'Nnl ?.^yrua lay Msraarcl Livingston Baibara L'-cnard Jacqueline i^o^an here's hoiv some of the other film notables stack up in the color scheme: BRUNETS BLONDS Maiio!i Davies Ksthrr Rals'.nn fmn Q. N : i!fo:i Lc:othy Mackaill Jlarlena Dietrich Lily Dr.mita ,'rn Harding Marion Davie? Carole Lcmb.ird L:iv.rr. La Pl&nte Vi!nn Br.nky i ;;c'.cn Twelvctrccs Lupe Vcl'z Mary Brian I?ci:; Dr.niels Bi!i:c Dova Eleanor Bcardr.ian l->;clyn Br^iit Rcnee Adorec llonua Shearer F;n Do-say E?-tr!le Taylor Clo:ia Sv:an.son Kay Francis Confident of '-complete vindication" ,t Wr. lorihc,,^,, IrUll Co!. U*c Lei,. N«hvme Tenn pu» and nnnncirr, Is ,,!ctur:rt abs-.o -L-cnlc:!. at ri s ht) as He B ppf.irrd nt Ashcville, N C «l O Ills -09. .Luke lea Jr and E P. Charlet. to mohe bond In connection with indictments clmrglni them »Ih Mrs R C nn,» Mr- Maud Ev- '< Mle-il trn-isnctlcns in the U"fur,ct Cental Bank & T,ust Co. of Asheville. Shown at the desk is Deputy n-,a,iO Jessie Woodson shopped in s h "^ tt j C Colvin. wha ncccptcd bond, of 510,000 Scr Col. Lea and S50-30 each for the other Uc.men. BlvHieville. \VVdnesday. | c i ,, uldlni , i lcfl to ,-i;i,t, nlo Samuel J. Fisher, whose :r.M:ranc: company furnished the bend; Mr. ^"•'""^ Mr. and ?.frs. Maine Simmons! were guests of Mr. and Mrs. farm-1 cr Jackson, Sunday. Mr. W. A. Whistle attended to i Color Piano May Frrnisn Dane! business in Blytlieville last w^ek. Mr. Homer Shipplet of Manila] was a Rosebnd vistor, Sunday. I MADISON. Wis.. iTjpi-DaJicin;' Miss Flossie Adams of Lost Cnnc to a EDn ata of colored llshls d:uct- sppnl Friday at Roseland. I c< i f rcnl a piano keyboard scon may Mr. and Mrs. F. G-^Kcith of | ^ c ff cc i e d here when Pmf. Will'*'* Inm H. Varnun:, chnirmiin of tl'.e- TJnlversK>' of \Vsconsin dep.irlr.: *m of nrt education, completes his : 'color" iiiano. Two Months in Jail . j Memphis were guests of 11'; lalter's , brother, Mr. J. R. King. Sunday. Shad Will Run Scon PHILADELPHIA. Penn.. (DP) — The shad will soon be runnin' up ! there were still 188 plants making! Hesitation Costs Man Ihe old fashioned "ice boxes," nc-| ' cordSiis to (lie preliminary report; 1 cf the Census Bureau for 1929. i . In that ymr these plrmts sold: HARTFORD, Conn. (OP)—Ar- ovcr 530.00,000 worth of refriccra- ^ ut Banks sold he hesitated and tr.rs. the greater part of which were. was | 0i [. :hnv c.is»s. lr.r£c Ice clo:o:j to Banks told Judge John D. Bones liulrVitrs. feh deal-rs and grorers.' ) lc slo ; c 5100 from the trunk :; The report snows that 525,000.003 Mrs. Van Sehtiack but while delib- ,,r ,"i,n , n - n i ,,i ne ,vr-r,^ mnile erating whether to return part of It was discovered. He was given two months In Jail. "c.olor" piano. through r:tnil dealers, while the Varnum plans to yet sound and • , . pt v> . erp n , ac!t , ,jlrec!ly from the cclor well acqualn'ert wish each E BOOK . arics as such were unknown. Most th'' Ihc river. Eo declares Captain 0 ;iier by playing a special wore -Sam" Denny, who .if 07, has spent | ht "crior" piano with a ?cconcl HO years on the Delaware river j score on a normal instrument. Ev- on : faclor y- Courier Nciis Want Ads Pay. during the shad season. but the story, after all. is an a-i- : | i?ry key 0:1 his piano will be wired to a colored light. Perfect h.irmony of sound and light will rc;nlt from venture story, and the man should | Hi . ls be entitled to a little leeway. ! the tw;-piar.o soiir.la. atively But he didn't care. Life flowed • alcn?'just !h? seme. I Bcrlels felt that all the tanidjci i skein of his life had tcin ninv.v- i tied, cr at l^ast that the knot= | had-' b;en cut. Th;n. suddenly, came v.'crd from Prussia recently that' John Frederick Bariels v,-;ui heir, to nn estate there. Memcrl: 1 : came back to Bartels of childhox! In pomerania. on a farm BO miles hw-tre.-ikers \v:re jaihd fcr short ,,^.:^^r ~- —^^^ puuishsd by Ih? -- - rv th- whl-"'ii" " Slollt Corlcz," therefore. »"l»l?, _ „ ,. , , D « ^"iroiri Ti-^e dcv"ce= i't *™ M !hn fnults of a "i»p" Inr -. Old Fashioned Ice Box » 1 ' ^ «ii I SS^Hiirl I; Stili ' l n - G - eal Dcmand 'T—n!-. a same time Uo imxh the child ot. '"'"^.^ }m "' " ri ™ :1 krms WCr(1 conquesf oVWezum^enTpire is; WASHINGTON, (UP)-ln ' ie nse to live ncrorriir.^ to tr.e ;' p,,. tj," p nr i sp]) c i, n in^i^u Is • intrinsically n thriller. The con-; cf Ihe constant srcwth of the m:- Changra Have none to the I--.nl- family traditions. UnhoppiRis..; ncrribl " fi>n , lr ; it'fa'k b'-riiii^ i' l^ 1 ^ 0 " !ivcd "' 3 l ™ c . aud « i clianicaliy o ? : cc' Aristocracy r,r EmlaivJ, ai-S is boredom aul a senss of bcirn'with- • ^ ]n ^ A m ~; mUv •„„„,,„- It plnce when anything eoulrt haprien.! Itrccminenclcd DcFpito Us Defrcts .out a comp.iss in stormy waters nrr . ]1(%i .,, er nrevp ,, f<i rri . as n Novel. BY HUUCE CATTOX NF-A Scnicc \Vnlcr English novelists have ','ivcn a r;ocd many stuiieK of th.? ri?c of the bndcd arbtccracy. i'l last few years; but "The liln br>raiis; " premises. It p nor reforms the lot of all of them. . th| , crimin ,, 1: u co ,. ld nc , t ,j = el;t , nr Now novelists have given us tjh:s ;„ ,Y, n vo . y ,,-jt,,;., C f things. So- pictuvr before, very cft'.n. r>ut • c i e t v cannot fc? made hw-nbiditi': Miss Hav.ir contrives ID mak? r:v hv fear of cunishment. The prison, r'cinr? o»" a dls!nt??r.-tim fc 1 .?!:' j ?-ir.ncr nr later. n»j?t TO flip u-j.v <^f especially clear and rc.il. Hr.' :nvM ,j^f, P :!iorv anil the durkln? r,loo!. ;s-irfrr.= lj:,:llv in p'.arc; be:a'i=? FII." i Mrs >VihinV. br,ok shauld caus» 'cirr- n:t always srPm able n ban- ; „ ;, c -^ ^ ca) n[ (.mnmcnt The--: will the IV.IM nil o' charn:tor; she • he plenty of people to c in t'omcrania. on a larm tiu nines '"••"• "=» jviua. uuv i..t j.,*..*., ^^ t j, E jj.^, r _ wl c; c nnrn:ior.- sue be plenty of people to c">nd"n>'> it ns from Berlin, Memories of thrifty | D.iujhtnr," by P. M. M:.ycr. w:lc.i - ^ creat ^j'. . n( j ;i !( , r> ; or y frcn'-^'H- j nvf-i-Motional niid M-.S Wils-.n fdimtrs and millrrs who were- Ills] falls in that c'.osslfir.itloiT. is ,..-;.i h .' b « rdm[ , s ccnfiisrtl ns n refill: ' vill irobiblv b- ac-ns«rt"of trin' forebears came to him. Memories,an 1 intelligent cn;m»n to clwcrv,-- r. ^ ^ da;s . ;;v , 3 ..-.^ S i : ]-.ii^i-i 1 1 , 0 'j^jtn^nt-,] n, lf hrr nrm . of how, in 1SG3. he came out to . America as a IS-ycar-old boy with' the preat wave of Germans which special mention Miss Mayor's book deals will! ty;i!cal uppcrclass "ccunty" familv: . _______ _. __________ .. . su;r;:d across the sea about that in the pok-wai 1 yc:r-. T'rcro is thr , ^ r ccc:n:i:en:lr.i. jf-^hcr. n Rcritlrnmi of tV.^ rl j , ; ]r j, putlifhe.l by Co,varcl-Mc- |rc'.-,ral. devoted to hi5 ancestral c=- : cann. In.-., and soils at S2.50. en Ihe trcnicr.do':.: ciianie tin- i—monts will i^k^ a 5;-.i d?il of incoming over En?liih cooietv in tri^- |rwerinc. I think .she has come clos? : era. and Icr t^at reason her boo!: j to r [ , flr [ n p ; ^ biill's-eve. time. Wants to Live Again After a short slay in Wisconsin, thev-'had gravitated to Alma, r,"eb. !ai? and '.vorshippiuy his CbJ. ^.i3 king and his flaj precissly rs hi;. AN "Tim Crime of Punishment" i? niblishrtf bv Jfareatirt. Brace .t Co iui &c -\\ f a ( 53. BLOW AT Then all the family back.in Germany died, and John Fndcnc!--. Bedt'els was the last of his ]\n:. heir' to (heir lands and money. But John Frederick Bartels Is legally dead, ar.rt the man v,'.-c used to b? John Frederick BarCh small doses, can't resume his eld Identity with-1 The p3st--.var period Is a bad timr ' ji rs Wilscn was niDved In !AV r.NTF.RTAlNINfi STORY OF A GREAT ADVENTURE ! If. as n younger, yen sot your when any legend could be believed, Robinson has chosen to make the most of it. and "Stout Cortex" will probably be a best seller. I The book is published by the Cen- ; lury Co., and sells at S*. A SOMEWHAT. INVOLVED | HISTORY OF ENGLAND One of the year's funniest books ! is "1066 and All That," by W. C.! Sellar and R. J. Yeatman. It ir- n It-in. gayly-illnslratcd little bcok ; presenting an outline of English' history as a sadly befuddled school: boy might write it. and (here is nn almost Incredible number cf loughs in II. There Is no seite in tryin? to review- It in detail; I can =r.!y . repeat that It is very funny, and allow you to do the rest. It is published by E. P. Button & Co.. and ' costs $1.75. forebears worshinped them a cen- i T J|j; *i>R!sbx' SYSTEM tnry before: and there nre ?. sn : Jn ., T]l " n Q.^ e O r Pun!shni:nt." -.n J r, r!a-j ? htor v.-'.!o wsrshj!) mn- Margaret "\Vilsan dtscrts n:t!ir- lo-rasrport into the re.iln-.s ofgold by C curler~News Want Ads Pav Dl these thin?i. ana who look x: ! duc ^ s pen clcgy. Her bD3k Is In-j means of Present's "Conquest of _ " _1 » nnl _ A() sj^> : .If-on the cstito rs a kind of sti«-i dl nant olld argumentative: n:ii. iMoxicj," you will enjoy rending I nation which Is endurable only H'' likc mo , t s . Jc u books. Ills very in-i^'mit Corlr?..' by Hjnrv Morion j Typewriters - - - - :crcslln?. you will enjoy j'-p'nnt Corlr?..' by Hjnrv Morton j j Robinson. In fad. yon probably will I ,cnloy it oven if you never heard of out admitting that he Is a blga-jfcr the landed aristocracy. Tasrs |this book w-',:en she lived in a house Prsscott. The ftory ot Gorier Is one 'on (he wall of nn English prison, "f l!i" brinhtist adventure ftorlfs up and prices for are auay Jown farm Tlie mist. I*™ aw ' x >' Belne dead Bartols r;flcc!s. is produce not'so bad unlll suddenly you family slips into gentcol poverty, have a reason for wanting to be;and finally is compelled to sSl the alive afflin. So row he is eoin=. ( O ',e?tate. >rk th"" courts t.i revise th;ir or.ic, The s'n casts s dend. M~ek to f,tr.-u2h'enir.cc'iunt c,ro;:-j 1; ilist he is dend. lout'the threat c: Ks-imy C-IRTICS and claim the fortune that may bo his. Read Courier News want ads. of whic'ri her husband WAS sover- j in bMirv. and Mr. Robinson makes ] nor; and she calls Into question tho |the mon of It. i whole svstein of • Iriwlsonmen: a--• As r~ niere of historical literature j it is used by Kncbn* ant Ati'evici ill:'' to^k suffers cis a result. Mr.! 'Ror, ! :ison .terns'to be ralhrr im- i Lender.. om'-Krr.'.?- is a'slnpiil ancl cru?l mistake, nn?. j critical, in h's ready acceptance of tbe old SoanlsVi chronirte-s' esli- '. s'li cas's his In: v.ith (\ nn- She brllrves seme mnne.v a:r.l ; s S'.ivorl from '?'ne argues her cnsc ably. prison by relatives; and Sbc points ci. t that mntes of the Indian civilizations Ihey found In Mexico, and he in-, ^dulges In the facile device of read-, the London smart set, Is at the'last ccuple of centuries, penitent!-' inr; Cartel' mind every so often; | daughter, too much h.:r father's , ment. in the modern manner Is a rc- chlld to mix wholeheartedly wlih i cent development. Ontil within the Rci><tiring — Rebuilding — Rpntalli—Ribbons—Carbon — Adding Machine Rolls Acloti Prinliii"!; Co. Typewriter Dcpt. Phone 10 Backache Often Warns of Disordered Kuiucye. If miserable with backache, bladder irritations and f.ctting - up at night,don't take chances! 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