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I THE KINGSPORT TIMES KINGSPORT TENNESSEE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 192S PAGE THREI StrV'V THE OLD HOME TOWN VJHATS TH' Air Race Turned Into Air Search REBECCA KISTNER CALLED BY DEATH MOTHER ON TRIAL FOR DEATH OF SON CREW PROPERTY AT LOVEDALE AUCTIONED TODAY AS A UNIT I Mexican Army Ace Missing After Storm Forces -Others to Return to Field Pioneer Resident of Rock! Springs Dies -at Advanced Age of 92 Years I Mrs Hattie Stone of Havre de Grace Charged With Poisoning Her Son a A Harris Company With Homey as Auctioneer Disposes of Choice Business Property at $8150 Mrs Rebecca Kistner 92 pioneer resident of Rock Springs' Washington county Tenn died at her home at Rock Springs this morning at 4:00 following ar illness of one week Pneu- BELAIR Md Sept 24 (AP) The prosecution of Mrs Hattie Stone of Havre de Grace on leave today for a South Caro- of killing her son lina city to conduct -a two day 15 by poison prepared auction sale today to spin further skeins of The property sold this morn- the web which to ing was all choice It was lo- convince a jury of her guilt The Crew property located at Lovedale' was sold this monia was given as the cause of I morning at public auction by the her death by attending physicians A Harris Company with She was one of the oldest residents Homey of Horney Brothers ir East Tennessee as the auctioneer The prop- Mrs Kistner was an active erty consisted of 11 lots and a church worker being a member of six rocm residence A large cated in close proximity to the Andrew Jackson school and a short distane from the intersection of the Appalachian Scenic Way the Lee Highway and the Blocmingdale pike The sales conducted here by A Harris and Brothels have totaled about $75000 These three successful sales are a great boost for Kingsport as they show the faith in crcwd was present at the sale The sale totaled $8150 The property was sold for the pupcse of liquidation and vwas offered without the confirmation It was also sold without building restrictions the Methodist Episcopal church of Rock Springs She moved to Washington county 50 years ago She was well known throughout Washington county and had a host of friends Funeral services will be conducted from the Kendricks Creek MEXICO CITY Sept 24 (AP) The international air race from Mexico City to Kansas City developed today into a national search for Colonel Roberto Fierro Mexican army ace and one of the participants in the race lost somewhere between Mexico City and Tampico Art Goebel the only American entry and the only one of six participants to complete the first leg if the race waited in Brownsville Texas giving the Mexican entries until tomorrow morning to catch up with him in case they should be able to start again from Valbuena air field 4by noon While Goebel won in the battle against the severe storm after leaving Valbuena at 11 a yesterday morning and covered the distance to Tampico the first scheduled stop in the rec-ird time of an hour and 50 minutes four of five other entries all Mj-ican army fliers returned ti Valbuena when they encountered the storm What happened to Fierro was a mystery today Ten Mexican army planes including four of the racing planes set out at- daybreak today to search for the fflissing racer Tie unusual circumstances Methodist Church tomorrow sun cunding the property served ing at 10:00 with Rev to make it one of the most dif-j the city The property today Johnson in charge Jnteinient will ficult auction sales ever to be was bought by a prominent man be in the Kendrick Creek ceme- held in Kingsport The bidders cf near Store Several tery although anxious for the prop-1 of outstanding men Surviving Mrs Kistner are one city did not start the bids off I also bid cn the property lf-sister Mrs Armanda Frank- very high being content to wait Other auction sales wi half- The opening session ended wTith four state witnesses called three of them testifying about the money which the prosecution contends was a motive for the poisoning of the boy The fourth witness Deputy I Sheziff Reese Bowman presented some letters intercepted when Mis Stjne tried to send them by trustees from the jail to Paul June: a soldier at Aberdeen Proving Grounds and these pre-c'pitated a debate which closed the day Holding that expressions which might tend to show dissolute character had no bearing cn the murder charge Judge Walter Piestcn declined to let the jurors see one of the letters but gave consideration overnight to whether another might be put in evidence In that one Mrs Stone told the soldier she had said to Defense Counsel Harold Cobourn that she did not hope to out of and be upbraided her The jury completed late in the afternoon yesterday is composed almost entirely of men past middle age with children and grandchildren about whom the defense questions centered In it are seven farmers two retired merchants two salesmen ard a clerk lin: three daughters: Mrs George fcr the bid and then beat Jones of Fordtown Mrs John jit by a small margin Carroll of Fordtown and Mrs The property was first sold in Walter Leedy of Indian two sons Kistner and blocks but was later auctioned as a whole The bids opened at Kistner both of Fordtown A number of grand-children great-grand children and two great-great gTand children also survive her ably be conducted in the near fu ture as this city is located in i the near region of three huge dams that are being contemplated Much interest has been manifested in the real estate field and Horney member of a firm that has sold $30000000 of real estate in 21 states of the union said that conditions here were better than any place he had visited The auctioneer complimented Kingsport very highly and predicted a bright future for the city A Harris Company is one of the livest real estate organizations that I have worked with during a long Mr Horney said THE feller vsmo didTHE trick Bicycle act last Weeks tent shovv certainly STARTEP A NEN STREET MENACE THAT HAS COMPLETELY BAFFLEb THE LOCAL OL1CS FORCE cm srANLgy $5000 on the whole and were ran before all dropped out of the race Third Succe This makes the third successful auction sale that has been conducted by A Harris with the assistance of Horney Brothers West Weaverville and Mullins Bristol ground men for Horney Brothers did splendid work in all the sales here Horney and his two aides will NEGRO YOUTH BIKE i Flashes Of Life The Agricultural Extension Service of the University of Tennessee Knoxville has over a hundred free publications and circulars on farm and home subjects Write for a list of them (By The Associated Press) FRIEDRICHSHAFEN Germany (JP) A twelve-cylinder automobile is to be put on the market by the Maybach Motor Works Zeppelin builders MANNING DIES RESULT SHOCK MOST OF STOLEN BONDS RECOVERED Farm records show that the Tennessee farmers who grow alfalfa have a net income of more than three times as much as those Ayho do not grow it A little negro boy rode a oicyclc to City Hall late yesterday afternoon parked the two wheeled vehicle and went into the police station are you doing down here Chief of Police Saylor asked done found a bicycle down heah back of Mr store the little negro replied An investigation was made by police officers but nothing could be uncovered An owner for the wheel as not been found Police state that the vehicle will be turned over to anyone that can identi-f it club member select a igh one pig out of a litter' £fght on June 5 It weighed 48 lbs On July 7 it weighel l02 lbs August 7 170 pounds and on August 24-210 pounds when its littler mates averaged onJdi 70 pounds Eighty days feeding and care made the difference Ira McDaniel Obion county sold $40450 worth of lambsand wool from a flock of last year He kept- 10 iof (the best and earliest ewe lambfor breeding purposes and he refused $13-00 per headf Figuring these at $14000 he received a revenue of $22(yijer ewe from his flock wtr EASTMAN PLANT POWER BUILDING CONTRACT MADE WESEMUENDE Germany A steamship built here for the Soviet Republic has apparatus for turning the smallest fish of a daily catch into flour to be used for bread Bond Has IMPROVEMENT SOON NOTICED Lady Had Been Getting Weaker and Weaker Until She Took Cardci Schoolf ield Va certainly praise Cardiff for it helped says Mrs Mollie Edwards of 64 Lee Street this city was sick In bed I had been weak and run-down for a long time "I was very much worried about myself At that time I was at home alone with my little children I was not able to be up and take care of them was very weak seem to have any strength at alL I was getting weaker and weaker and know what to do had read about Cardiff so I sent to the store and got a bottle to take I began getting better real soon so I continued taking the medicine I took it for some time and my Improvement was wonderful I was able to get up and do all my Thousands of other women who had been In a weak run-down condition have written that after taking Cardiff their health improved Get a bottle today It may be just what you need M7T( TAKE Electrician Died This Morning From Shock Received Saturday The leaders in the use of lime for soil improvement purposes in Tennessee are farmers who grow livestock Seek Ringleader in Theft Case Still $50000 of Bonds Gauger-Korsmo Company of Memphis to Do Brick Work on New Power House at Eastmei'f Livestock farmers enjoy a greater permanent prosperity than any other class of farmers CAPETOWN South Africa A taxi with sliding doors has been approved by the police The invention was the outcome of an accident due to doors swinging ui K7 tUADTHl 1VAMT AO Agent county helped Smith Huston Harris pig BERLIN Gliders ten feet long with a wing spread of 28 feet and weight of -45 pounds are on sale in department stores on the installment plan McLeod 28 who was seriously burned Saturday while working on the electric line along the new Gate City highway died in a local hospital at 9:00 this ipprning Mr Manning was brdly burned and shocked when the tie wire he was carrying in the back of his belt came in contact with one of the high voltage wires on the poles He was fished to a local hospital but no hope was held for his recovery The body was shipped this morning to Dillon old home place where funeral services will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10:00 Mr Manning came to Kingsport about 30 days ago He leaves a wife and one child about two months old Auto Drivers Not GoodTimeKeepers Auto drivers are not observing the one hour parking limit on Broad Street from Center to Main streets as plenty of tags were handed out by officers yesterday It appears as if the ordinance has been forgotten or else the drivers do not possess watches The law will be rigidly enforced by officers Patrolmen survey Broad Street from Center to Main streets very closely each day and the cars are marked and timed In the event the time is overstepped the car is tagged By I Miller Contract for the brick construction work on the new power house of the Tennessee Eastman Corporation was yesterday awarded the Gauger-Korsmo Construction Company of Memphis Tenn The structure will be of steel frame work with brick sidewalls and will have dimensions of 52 by 96 feet This power house will replace the power plant now in use The amount of the bid was not made public by the local branch of the Eastman Company Gauger-Korsmo were awarded the contracts for the construction of the filtration plant Saturday This is the third contract that has been awarded the Memphis contractors Work will be started PROVIDENCE I Now comes a school for football spectators Tuss McLaughry Brown coach is to conduct a course in the universitys extension series The idea is to enable the public to understand the fine points Ail ages all sexes are eligible FOOTWEAR In tune the new season in tune with style and in tune with your ideas of correct Footwear (Jardoseptic tor hygienic reasons should be used by women as a safe effective detergent 50 cts i NEW YORK Sept 21 UP) With $46000 of the stolen securities zecovercd' from a mail box police today sought a man described as the arch-conspirator in a $512000 Wall Street theft engineered through an 18-year-old messenger All but 50000 worth of the bonds were found in a loosely wrapped package in an east side mail box A substitute post office collector who found the package said he thought it to be a bundle of waste paper and was about to discard it then decided to take it to the post office station A clerk opened the bundle' and found it contained a brief case lettered with the name Hiscoe and Company and with the name Milton Alter scratch on it The securities were inside Milton Alter has been under arrest since last Friday when he reported to his employers Iliscoe and Company that he had been kidnapped and robbed of $512000 in securities which hq was sent to bring from the Guaranty Trust Company After frequent changes in his story Alter finally told of the conspiracy naming David Sch-wartzberg and Carl Forman Schwartzberg was arrested He confessed his part in the bond theft plot and joined with Alter in: naming Forman as the leader Police Commissioner Whalen said he believed Forman had dropped the securities into the mail box when he learned that police were seeking him Doth Forman and Schwartzberg have police records NEW YORK A caller tapped at Peggy stateroom when she arrived on the Leviathan not up she said dress Will be out in a She appeared in about 60 seconds BROWNorBLACK Medium or Spike CENTER STREET EXTENDED BLOCK COURT BUSINESS LULL IS ABATED Strictly fresh Heels "T3 HOUSE CONVENES FOR NINE MINUTES Excavated From Shelby to Clay Will Not Be Paved at Present Five Fines Totalling $185 Collected By Court at Session The tie effect here pictured is of brown kid with the new gold pip 1285 $1335 UNIONS PLAN MEET AT ROCK HILL All State Federations to Discuss Southern Situation at Conference The lull in police court which has been in evidence since September 16 continued today with the exception of five fines that have been levied by the city judge Two a man and woman were fined $25 on statutary charges yesterday The fines were both forfeited Light was assessed $105 op charges of operating an auto while drunk and violation of another city ordinance Two other fines of $15 each were assessed for intoxication Daily at The KINGSPORT RESTAURANT The excavation of Center Street from Shelby Street to Clay Street is practically complete the work being done in order Jo secure dirt to build the foundation for the sidewalk from Main Street to Mead Fibre Company Concreting cf the street is not contemplated fit present It was necessary to secure dirt to build up for the sidewalk on Main Street and Center Street was excavated in order to save time and money The work was done by the crew of laborers SEES Short Session Brings All Summer Recess of Congress to an End WASHINGTON Sept 23(7P) Convening after an all summer recess the house today held a nine minute session and recessed until Thursday without transacting any business William Tyler Page clerk of the house called the body together and read a letter from Speaker Longworth now at his home in Cincinnati designating Representative Simmons Republican Nebraska as speaker pro tern Sixty-five of the 435 members were present A prayer and the reading of the journal was all that was done at the session one of the shortest in recent history Some time ago Longworth advised the members that because of the status of the tariff legislation in the senate the house would not undertake transaction of business until about the middle of October if you cXeed Money Quia WHITE SWAN Uniforms to Your Wardrobe Jead variety to yonr professional attire with these attractive moderately priced Uniforms Denoting taste quality and exceptional Values Graceful distinctive and smart fabricated in choice service-giving materials With the careful workman ship so necessary to the long life of a Uniform Individually packed in glassine envelopes WOW what a Blade SERVICE on WANS ELIZABETHTON Tenn Sept 24 (AP) Francis Gorman vice president of the United Textile Workers of America announced here today that plans have been completed for a meeting of textile union and state labor federation leaders from all parts of the south at Rock Hill next Saturday Waging and the out which involves what the union believes to be excess labor for individual employes will be the principal topics discussed at the conference Gorman said He added that the United organization had given its support to scientific operations of plants but was opposed to imposition of addtional work upon employes by the "stretch method The situation at Elizabethton Gorman said also would enter the discussion as the unions regard this rayon mill center as one of the strategic labor points in the south Gorman who will direct the conference Saturday will go to Rock Hill from Greenville where he Is to hold a union mass meeting tomorrow night Representatives of the American Federation of labor the Tennessee Alabama and other southern state federations and textile unions affiliated with the United have been asked to participate in the conference UGHTNING We pride ourselves on the speedy service we give to folks who need money in a hurryl Up to $300 Comm Fat Girls! A Tip For You All over the world Kruschen Salts is appealing to girls and women who strive for an attractive free from fat figure that cannot fail to win admiration the recipe that banishes fat and brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every woman possesses Every morning take one-half teaspoon of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water before breakfast Bf sure and do this every morning the little dally dose that takes lt the Don't miss a morning The Kruschen habit means that every particle of poisonous waste matter and harmful acids and gases are expelled from the system At the same time the stomach liver kidneys snd bowels are toned up and the pure fresh blood containing Nature's arts life-giving salts are carried to every organ gland nerve and fibre of the body and this la followed by "that Kruschen feeling" of energetic health and activity that la reflected In bright eyes clear akin cheerful vivacity aad charming figure Get an He bottle of Kruschen Salts 1st Holston Drug Co or any drug store lasts months! with the distinct understanding that you must be satisfied Itb results or money back Ly Tennessee Farm Flashes Lime legumes and livestock have saved the day for many a Tennessee farmer PkIuc SOc12 ftrlLOO Butcher Curved Blades Sharper at first and stays sharper Every one the SAME uniform quality A Fredoet of WADE A BUTCHER KWt mi Flmm Shmflimld Cotlmry tmmd Rmmmr fmr ct Personal Finance Co Room 201 New Tipton Bldg Second Floor 204 Broad St Cor Market St Kingsport Tenn Ttlepbant Khifaport M4 Open to Saturday 1:30 to 1 LICENSED BY THE tTA7 A lot of farmers who said they would quit farming before they would milk cows did quit and now they ore wishing they had thought again before they CLINCHFIELD DRUG CO a.

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