Portsmouth Daily Times from Portsmouth, Ohio on June 24, 1929 · Page 5
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Portsmouth Daily Times from Portsmouth, Ohio · Page 5

Portsmouth, Ohio
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Monday, June 24, 1929
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TMX F O f c T i M O U T M D A I L Y T I M K I JACKSON MAN KILLED^ Coil Workman To Death .. v KSOX. ObM. Jun* 24--Jia»r I-..., iVuijen.v, wbose plant . ·- illicit Satiinlaj- after a )«o; shut, : . . n . tvas tn*tnntlr klllrO *lir»rt1.r - · r , . ho retiirwd t.i M* tvfrt N.-itur- ·VI,en n caWc nltacliol to a li-iisl . i^inf na||cd, one cnrl of It colled ·ir,.iini lit* Ixxly niul lie vn* "ilrnwn ,.;.M!iit n Imjrc drum In the |il:iul ui.,] «-;is so liailly L-riiylied tliroiiEh i!i«' i liff I that IIP d!rd ojirly Simd.iy n.-rnlnv In lu Holror Ims-pHnl In iirillilHillf. Workmen mn IP Swift's riM-m 1 . liut snake-like, the cull en- ned Mm "nil crushed III in urforp tlic |wi«'rr conlil Ivc shut off. Virtu- .illy :ill of tlic mnii'F rib? were broken iiii'l several puiictnred 111* lungs. \vliii-li caused Ills'dentli. Swift, w h n ' l i v e d on South street. is survived hy his wife nm! two stejirlillilrcn: ' Hull] Miircclln Thninus intil l':iul I vim Thoiuiis. Mrs. .Swir fiirun'r lmsl)iinl \yns killed in nn no- lidonl twenty yenrp npo. Stiureci in PScluie, Police Break Up Ppker Game; Arrests Made I'ullcp. Sunday, niude n raid on Il.irilln^ nvpiinp. Sciotovlllp. suiil in- tprni]ited a-qiiiel l i l t l p itokpr-ciiine. Mm pivini; (lip nnnipF of .lack St.ninn. Artluir..lnhnson. John .lonps nnd Tom .Ium'S .'were.· nrrrftpil on" clmrfies of ;'iinililln^. H. K. Mason wns iirrcstpil nn ;i i-Iiarpe of Tiinnln? n · Viinibllnp lioiise. (Mitpf of I'ollcc Harry SlipptF. l i d w t i v c .Smith, rnlrolnuin .lohn 1 iJoodiiiaii and 1'^ K. 1'ortrr uinilp iiti ilif i;rrpKtin? pnrtj-. Is Killed By C, O. Train Ai'rnriUnji 1o word roccivod lipn Mniiilsiy liy C. 0. officials. M a f t McCoy. ---· n minrr. was killed ycstpr- tlnv wlipn struck liy » C. O. tntln near Aslilniui. Ky. Ho Is survived liy lii.« wifp. :i p.lilld nnd lil^= parents, wlu rrsiilr nt Prlnctss. Ky. Auto Runt Doom Woman; Victim I* Badly Bruited , . Hit By Lightning Jlatild.i or Moa-» Law ton of i3*l Klshtli i-lrtft. is sufft-rlus from an Jnjurtt' left liiii nnd b'ruisos alwiit lli« N^ly ! as" tlic result of Mug striuk !y ti drivcu by J. W. Hiiroli m . The iiixUti'iu o*\-urreil iitwiu It. in. Smiilay :il «J:illla and KPII- \ve*l on »iallin avenue mM M'=s son who Imd left tlie swimming 1 K " ! - Mnrlcil tn w«lk 'across Halllu slrfl. Shu stopped from Iwlwwn two parked Kirs Inti" t h e ' J K U l i of tlie Uitx-h car Miss' Nellie Murrow it MutU and Broadway streets, win. was wlili Ml** I,nwson. made tin nttempt, to pull nur truiii-tlie |»tli "f the nppriwfclilna i-ir She wns moved home, where shc'wns nttctulcd l'.v Ur. -\. A. Wiki'tf. 1'nlico investlsfited' n»d Illri'U wa.- cNonernlcd. ; C H I E F NIPO STRONGHEART Chief Stronghpnrl, \vlio to a arse, audience In tlie Clmuhiuiina lent In Mniuid I'nrk this nftornoun. is said to liiivy portrayed more lend- In^ Indian rnles t h n u any mini In inotiiiu'pictures. Ills work on the screen includes such famous releases is "Itrnveliuurt," "The. Kliiiiitng Ar- rnW nnd "The M:ill Dispatcher." .He iilsn appeared in "The Heart nf \Ve l»-Ma" nn t h o - l r g i t l n i i i t p sta;;e. Ueceutiy Chief Slnmphcart juive up Ms Ihentrlr.'il work to devote M time to led Hi-Ing si hunt .his |*oplp. Dis nddrexs .this nftcrnoon was on, (lie snb.lOi't, "'I'he I'list, mul' I're.-.:.»t a VjiiiiFliing lince." nnd he -iiie- liireil t!m foiniei' glories of t\if red- infill ns cojniwired to tlifilr eolidlllnii ttHhiy. Ciiief Slronglienri wus horn on the YiiUiini\ resernillnn ninre (linn forty years ngn. He served for leii Miontli^ us United Stules seont n l the itnu hnrder, nnd wns one ef the first cvelt for. enlistment lii the .propitsfd llvisiou ,iC overseas "Hough Uldcrs'.' iluiing-.tlic World War. He is ad : vJuor nnd counsellor of his own : nd on many ir.-cuslnns has Itcfore tho "Great White Father' i'.i Wiishlngton, JJ. C... in Uio interest of his people. . . . "The Three. AVtse. Fnols' 1 will IK- the Ghantano.ua atlractinn louiKht mid will lie put on h.v a company of artists. - . - . . ' · - · - · · Tlic^Suhdny iiflcrnopii proyrnm tn : clmlol the. Tamlmrlca'.Ordipfitra and muMcal. comedy numbers-Iiy .Mrs. R B. Winter, 'Henri Sclmabl -and i.'harle? Sehlrrman of this city.' Selby Stock 27 : · " *· « . ' Common..stock In the- Selliy Shoe Company ppenrd'nt 27 on Mm Cleveland Kxcjtaiific, Monday. - Sevurni' diiy? 'aso It dropiwl" to 2ii and was quoted nt 2(i Saturday. Holders of t h i s are confident. Hint It. tn offer Id* wrvli-es lo Colonel liniis-.uradHally work Us wny liiKh Scipto Counly Couples Liceused lii Greeiiup County GUKKNUP, Ky., J u n e 'J-i--Tho following inurringe tli-enscs were Issiieil mst week at the offk-e of J..H. »nt««, clerk of the Grccnup comity cmirt: lira Hooker, 28, Chlllicothe, O.. ntu Mnrv Unrfcll. 21, Chllllcotlit 1 , O. ' Sherman AdkUls, «. St. I'nul Ky. and Mildred Hnrr, -Jl,-St. L'nnl, Ky. YOUIIK Howard, !il, Wurllnnd, Ky. mid-Lottie Gnmble, IS, Wiirtlmid, Ky Henry Whltcly. 2-J, Sciotovilie. O. nnd Vlffilo Dchart, 18, Sciotovilie, U , Orville Beckett, :!3, 1'ortsinouth, O and Corn Kegley, 28, I'ortsmouth._ 0 Lewis Honsrin, r.G, Grceinip, Ky nnd Koiithlc Trnylor, 27, Grocnnp V 'Fdwnrd Rel«l. r ' 0 - Portsinoutii, 0 rind'Surnli E.: McFiirhnul, 37/1'orts mouth, O. ' . ' Kerhy Smith, 20, Asliland," Ky., nn Kdun Hoolb, 21,'New .Huston, 0. Jasper lliisscll, 2H, Franklin Fur nn«?, 6., nnd Lois A. llattou. ·" Frmikliu Furnace. 0. ! Milton Morgnn,, 21, WiieclcrslmrK. O.;. nnd'' Cleo Miller, 21, TVlicolen-- hnrg.. 0.. . · ^ ' SEKIOIISIA' ILI, Olnrence Hodge, t.roprlctor of .the Hotel I'lirlsino'nlli. Front Ftree^,.con : llniics seriously 111 wltli tnl^rciilosls. II. }«MT «U M« W Mr. at** Mrs. M Lmb. »»»· Hit kMk tt Cmrrittm. ti), wmt · tree ta4 » rte»« HI? flBA W*«n4ke Mt Legalized Polygamy Preferable To Companioiiate Marriage, Says Deaii rOltKST. HI.. June 1M.-- Al'(.-lX\in John II. O. Krltz. of ·oiicorilla Seminary. St. lxjul.«. todity -l:itvd upt-ii Hiul k-pilir.isl |H|.VKUIII.V o IK- 1'referubK' to wbat lie termed the uirri'iil' inonil trend, parllculnr- v us Vn^cstcd hv tt»iii|uiiiinii:ile mnr- inne." IKMii I'litu. who Is atli-iidlnc the 4th IrlNintal i-onforcncc of tlie TiuiiiclU'al Synoil of Missouri, said l*tor,t v Indicates the direction "hi vhU'h.n'p nrvuoiv heailin:." JVan I'rllz tali! "t'lien pulysamy. or tliliv \\un~i- Is ill,- ihln; toward which we arc drifting. 1 licllcrc polyKimiy Is In be prcfrrred tn the situation one S^WH in tlio fntiiri-." "The only rvninly Is found In tin? sosivl. There \ n»t one K.rllnblc in t h e Illlilp. fmm Ceneslri tn Kowhi- tions, roroinmendliix: tiU'ompatlMllty. m u t u a l consent on chiKhliiu tpaiixra- nientp ne cause or roat-mi for llvoni». nor will one flml nnyMtliiK whli'h evrtt remotely MIPEPSIS * cohii Y -iiil n "ntr inarrliise Iclra." Five reasons for sugar in the diet Scientist talks about this healthful food ONE OF THE treat foad scientists of th* country, told us not lon£st:o, "Sugar not only has an 'important ust in the diet of nearly everyone--it has fiv« distinct uses. "First of all,'it Is a great conserver of many foods, especially fruits. In the second placie, as a flavoring substance, it is most valuable in leaking nearly all foods much more appetizing. In this way it leads to the eating of a more balanced diet. The third point I -would cill to,year attention about sugar it its value as a satiation factor. Ending a meal with a sweet gives a sense of satisfaction --of having had 'just enough. ' "Perhaps the best known uie of sugar Is as a.staple .fuel for keeping the human body kctive. Sugar is more rapidly digested than starch, and it ranks with starch as a vital food for every normal person,' , "The final point about sugar is its adaptability as an emergency '{uel.. Sugar is rapidly absorbed in the system." It it always helpful to get the opinion of a recognized authority on any important subject. In a day when food fads are so.much In evidence It it a part of wisdom to'discover exactly how important sugar i* in the diet of all of us. The ieniible way to well-being is to eat all kinds of healthful fresh and canned fruits and vegetables, sweetened to taste. Remember the value of puddings, ice creams, and cakes for dessert. · A bit of sweet makes the meal complete. The Sugar Institute. Marting* Oppotite Pott Offic* Mail Slain By Son Is Buried At Wiirtland. Ky, Kiinrral services for Christopher (''ulinnlius Mowery, 7-1. wlie was slnli lit- his own s-vin. \Villlnm McKinlej Mmvi-ry. in their home on Ijws l!mi «rro conducted Pnndny morninp In i lie waictery nt '.Vnrtlnnd. Ky. Jlr. Mr.n-rry formerly resided In flu' \VHI I lii nil community. His liist rllff 7 cL-terd:i'y were la reel y nttendcii. Autos In Crash . | Near The Airport | A niiirhine driven hy Mrs-'. EHn j lliiilsr of.Fourleeiith street xrnr dam ; iji'il Snmlay when it figured In » ··ollislon w i t h another car ncnr (he B n v r n r n r k .Mrport. AVpst Side. Tlir · '! r i-cr of the ollirr car disappeared 1 1 f.'rr rfficJalr conlil invesiipitr Hi'- Insure ii' .sure insurance--Murmi. i Adv. C. O. Bins Additional'Property [Near KusseJi, Ky, 'IliKE.VUP. Ky.. .Tune ~4-- The i"n-iipeahe :tnd Ohio Tinilrond inn 'iiiiiofl to purchase Innd in I'lissr! frr tlicir .L'i^nntic improvemeiit 'of t i n - 'i-nniiiii! ninl yards \vhlcli i= now un 'ier way. Three lot? were purchnje." ''· i!:n C. A 0. from Ert\vnnT Bedford "i:" lnt was houclit from Ilr. J. F ^'ilu'lit anil another was pnrclinseii fr.-m M n t t i o . G. Merrill. 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