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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1922. JOURNAL-MINER Eldest Paper In Arizona Established March B. 1861 Published br JOURNAL-MINER FUBLISfllNG COMPANT Telephone 11 J. 'W. MILNES. Editor and Manager IiYLE ABBOTT, Associate Editor Member Associated Press Published Every Morning Except Monday TERMS: m Dally, per month t LOO . "Weekly, three months J1.00 Dally, three months 2.60 Weekly, six months 1.50 Dally, per year 9.00 I Weekly, per year 2.50 Dally, year, outside state 10.09 Payable In Advance Entered at the Postotflce, Prescott. Arizona, as second-class mall matter. "MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for re publication of all news crediated to It or not otherwise cred ited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. THE PRESS GOAT WHEN nothing else is handy, the newspa pers will do as well as anything to growl about. They arc never right unless they are boosting someone whose boosting is popular with the growler in question, or hammering someone the growler doesn't like. In an argument to a jury the other evening, a very young attorney told the twelve men in the box that the sedulous care with which the at torneys exclude veniremen who have read the newspapers is caused by the fact the press pre judices the people against the defendant. On the other hand, half a dozen times in the last week it has been remarked that the newspa pers give too much publicity to the prisoner, hand him entirely too much notice, and go so far as to display sympathy for him. Both these observations on the attitude of the presstare wrong. Although opposed to each oth er they aje also diametrically opposed to the facts. TThe1 real newspaper prints what its best judgment tells it 'is news interesting news. It comments neither for" npr, against a defendant. It is continually supressing the beliefs of its rep resentatives, who may sit through a trial and form strong opinions of the guilt or innocence of the accused. In the course of years of dispassion ate observation of courts and criminals, newspa permen frequently become pretty fair judges oi the weight of evidence. But they dare not, and do not express their convictions in type. On every street corner there occur conversa tions in which people say: "Oh, I know he is iruiltv!" or. "He is certainly innocent." The expression of such opinions is a privilege of the citizen. Standing in his unassailable posi tion of a free-born American, the citizen can say just what he thinks. Often he feels that an ac cused person is guilty, artel the? 1 'ye he Joes not find his favorite newspaper Sciaboring the accused as a guilty person, he takes it the Uews--v.oaper is mawkishly sentimental about the pris- No such excuse is to be found for the lawyer who, in the absence of argument, takes slaps at the press. It is bad enough to hold newspapers up to disparagement in questioning a jury, inti mating that things printed are not to be believed. But to follow it up with disquisitions on the fal libility of fellow human beings, just because they chance to be employed as reporters of current events is ungenerous and unjust. It would be worse if it were not also unthinkingly done. TRANSPORTATION few years back we were engaged in a fren zied campaign to prevent mergers of rail- NOTICE OF CONTEST Department of the Interior, United States Land umce, i-noemx, Ari zona, November Z V)U. A roads, or to dissolve mergers already effected, but To Thomas Smyers of Kirklan . ... Arizona. Lontestee: now we are trying to force roads into mergers . 1. :ii acrainsi uieir wm. m,u,.""" " j . . ... pntt Arinha as his DOSt-OlflCC ad Some large meat packing concerns are talking ... XWmhPr n 1922. file of merging and there is vehement protest, rer- haps a few years hence we shall be trying to force them to merge, so that they can operate more economically and so that their operations can be the better scrutinized to prevent improper dealings. Undoubtedly we would get far better transpor tation service if some of the roads were United under managements that could handle a ship ment from the beginning to the end of its journ ey from the Atlantic to the Pacific or from the Canadian border to the Gulf. A lot of costly delay and bookkeeping could be eliminated. Harriman had the vision of a transcontinental line under one ownership, but he found few to approve the idea. .Now we know that aHrriman was right. If a farmer had to hire his crops hauled from his farm to town, he would prefer to have the whole trip made by one teamster rather than have the load transferred from one contractor to another midway of the trip. Application of a little common sense to regu lation of business would help a whole lot. HUMOROUS AND SARCASITC. You can't do by proxy what you ought to be by proximity. Kansas City Star. in this office his duly corroborated application to contest ana secure tnc cancellation of your Homestead Entry No. 040372, Serial No. 040372, made November 21, 1918, 'for W2 SE, Section y, Township 11 in., nange o W. G. & S. R. Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that entryman never established resi dence oh the land embraced in ms homestead entrv and has wholly abandoned same since the inception of his entry; that said abandonment was not due to service m the Army, Navy or Marine Corps, nor any other Kfmti nf ihr sprvirp. nnr to service in the National Guard of any State. You are, tnereiore, turtner nouueu that the said allegations will be taken ,-nnfpccprl anrl vntir snirl entrv will be canceled without further right to be heard, cither Detore tnis ottice or oil appeal, if you fail to file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this no tice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically responding to these allegations of contest, together with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by reg istered mail. You should state ill your answer tli a inmn nf thp nnst-nfficc to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. SCOTT WHim, Kecciver. (W4t Dec 6, 13, 20, 27, 1922.) Even the greatest' misfortunes haye" their pal liating ccrcumstances. It appears that in his flight from Constaninople the Sultan was ob liged to leave behind no fewer than 75 mothers-in-law. Boston Transcript. Our idea of a modst man is the parent of a new-born son who admits that the mother was also present. San Francisco Chronicle. There was a rumor about recently to the ef fect that Luther: Burbank ciossed a field of dai sies with a carnation 1 in ' his buttonhole. Life. "A married man should never argure," declares Miss Janet Thorpe, the American lecturer. But surely he must spend some time at home. Lon don Opinion. Things a young girl ought to know do not in clude many of the things that ask her to go fliv verfng. San 'Francisco Chronicle-. -- The fellow who wants to kill two birds with one stone usually misses both, muses the Gilman City, Mo., Guide. Thev sav that a woman's ordinary vocabulary consists of only about 500 words, but we'd hate to call out her reserves Boston Transcript. The woman vote in Britain is said to have been a surprise, but we don't know, why anything con nected with woman should be a surprise, bhes a surprise herself. Kansas City Times. RADICALISM RADICALISM is not constructive, but de structive," declares the Republican Publi city Association, through its president, Hon. Jona than Bourne, Jr. "Radicalism never cleared a farm of rocks or stumps, never planned or constructed a railroad, never launched a merchant fleet, never opened or operated mines for the production of useful met als, never developed latent water power, never created a new industry, never provided employ ment for labor, never successfully operated a fac tory, never estbalished a dependable banking sys tem, never built a city or added to its beauty, never endowed a great university." Tough Luck. A Brooklvn neerro was all beaten up, and the iudtre advised him to keen out of bad company I kain't. vo honor, replied the man. I kain t get enough money together to obscure a. divorce." Kansas City Ctar. This Didn't Occur in Prescott. "Waiter," said the fussy old gentleman. "Yes. sir." "I've made three attempts to take a dose of medicine in half a glass of water. Each time I trot the water reduced to the right quantity you rushed around and filled up my glass. Stay away from me until I want you." Birmingham Age- Herald. But This One Did Happen in Prescott. "That young man of yours," said father, as danp-hter came down to breakfast, "should be in o a museum for living freaks." "Why, father!" exclaimed the young lady, in tones of inditrnation. what do you mcanr "I noticed when I passed through the hall last night," answered the parent, "that he had two heads on his shoulder. Georges Clcmcnccau is, of course, a ripe French scholar, and he is conversant with Eng lish. We also are inclined to the belief that he knows his German when he sees one. A Brooklyn manufacturer writes to say that he "would put college girls to work. It is evi dent that he hasn't a little college girl in his fam NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To: D. C. Thome, his heirs and to all irhrM-l, if 1I13V rA11lPm V.-... oro Vkm-pIw nntifipH that Mrs. Josephine T. .Mullin, co-owuer with you in those Mx certain unpaicmcu lode mining claims, situate m uie lu nistrirt. Yavanai Coun ty, State of Arizona, claims located and recorded as ill the location no tices which appear on record in the office of the County Recorder of said Vn.f-jni PniuiH- iii the Rooks of Min ing Records at tiie pages as iouows. to-wit: Portland Book 98, of Mines pages Seattle Book 98, of Mines, pages 340. Astoria Book 98, page 342. Walla Walla, Book 98, page 343. Tacoma, Book 98, Page 344. Spokane, Book 98, page 345. VTn.re pvnpnHpH in labor and im provemcuts upon said claim the sum . . t ft rtnn rn T1 of Eighteen Hundred iouu.uu; uvi lars in order to hold said premises under the provision of Section 2324, revised statutes of the United States beincr the amount required by law, to . . c 1(111 hold said premises lor tnc year ij-l and V)Ll. Ti,p.sni nf fine Hundred (S100.00) Dollars thereof have been expended upon and for the benefit of each of said claims during each of said years, 1921, and 1922 That your interest in slid claims is a one-half in terest and your proportionate share nf tlip ninniint so exoended is Nine - . . . . Tj.,,-,rpri' rsonnnoi nnll.-irs. Sr.nntnr ( nr.nwnv rt Arkniinc line 1ntTn1IIICP.1l a " VY . 7.VT . ., . -r ' - Vnti are hereby notitictt mat 11 joint resolution to prevent members of congress w;thin Ninety (90) days after this , 'r- . .. r .- . i nf tliU nntirp liv tiulilicatiou rlilrmrfl fit rim 1-inllc trnin I'nTintr on flllfKTinns I a-i v.-v- v. w.. -j . . .... ...v. b or refuse tQ contrjbute tQ t,1C of national policy. Caraway was once a judge, undersigned your proportionate share 1...1. :j. : ..:t ,...:.i..j. i. A 1, ct; nf snrli exnenditures as co-owner, to- tution of the United States. Perhaps that is not a prerequisite of judicial honors in Arkansas. Doubtless some of our male readers will be able to sympathize with the poet Billy "Wagstaff who sintrs: I hate mv woolen underwear, im mad enough to bawl. It itches here, it itches there: the blame thinrr seems to crawl: and when I start to scratch somewhere, that aint' the place at all. Boston transcript. SUMMONS NO. 8614 1 In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. Velara Tombling, Platnttff, versus Claude Tombling, defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, the State of Arizona sends greetings td Claude Tombling. You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action .brought against you by the aboVe-named plaintiff in the Superior Court of Yavapai County, ptatc of Arizona, and answer the complaint filed, with the Clerk of this Court at Prescott in said CoUnty (a copy of which complaint accompanies this Sum mons), within twenty days (exclusive of the day of service), after the ser vice upon you of this Summons, if served m this County; in all other cases thirty days, after the service of this Summons Upon you (exclus ive of the day of service). And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear" and answer the complaint as above required, plaintiff will take judgment by default against you and judgment for costs and dis bursements in this behalf expended. Given Under My Hand and Seal of Said Court, at Prescott, this 22nd day of November, A. D. 1922. EMMA SHULL, Clerk. (SEAL) X. N. STEEVES, Attorney for plain tiff. Weekly St first pub. Nov 29. NOTICE OF HEARING PETI TION FOR PROBATE OF WILL In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. In the Mlattcr of the Estate of GLEN WILSON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that H. E. Mitchell has filed in this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of GLEN WIL SON, whom it is alleged is deceased, together with a petition for the pro bate thereof and for the issuance ot letters of administration with the will annexed thereon to D. O. Roe, and that the same will be heard on Fri day, the 22nd day of December, A. D. 1922, at ten o'clock m the fore noon of said day, at the court room of Division Two of said Court, in Prescott. County of Yavapai, State of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate arc notified then and there tc aunear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated December 2nd,. 1922. (Seal) EMMA SHULL, Clerk. (V3t; Dec. 6,13,20, 1922.) Gallib Pasha has replaced Rafet Pasha as mil itary governor of Constantinople. These changes come so often that we look for the presence ot Ad-lib Pasha soon. wit: Nine' Hundred ($900.00) Dollars, vnnr interest in said mining claims will become the property ot tne sud hnrAln i.llHPr PPfinil Z.lZ-t. 11 . 1 w - - Dated at San Francisco, November 23, 1922. First weekly pub. Nov. 2'J, iy2. Last weekly pub. Feb. 28, 1923. A defeated candidate for the speakership of the New Tersev assemblv compared himself to Lin coln. Lincoln being dead cannot help the many things that are done in and to his name. A dispatch reports the capture of a monster sawfish off Panama. Some super-alarmist doubt less will discover that its a Japanese fish sent over to saw the Canal in two. Clare Sheridan writes that Mussolini is ;frankly contemptuous of a democracy. There have'.been others, the Czar, for instances, and his cousin, Wilhelm of Germany. It is announced that "a nendinir steel nicrircr will almost double the ingot- capacity of the plants. Also it is expected to materially increase the I-got capacity. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION run 53 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Olticc at rnoenix, jrizona VnvraihlT 4. 1922. Vniirp i hprphv piven mat rs.oy 1. rnn,-.nr nf Prpcrnft Arizona, who. oii July 29, 1921, made Homestead irtrv- Vn (1.11151 fnr K'A. Section 28, Township 16-N, Range 3-W, G. & S. R. u. & Meridian, nas niea noui-u of intention to make Three Yecar Prnn f tn pstnblisli claim to the land above' described, before John Ashurst Renoe, U. b. Commissioner at rres cott, Arizona, on the 9th 5day of De cember, , , rlilinnnt tminps ns wlthpSSCS! Will iam S. Cooper, Manual Silva, Waldo E. Bozarth, Orville Bozarth, all of Prescott, Arizona, (St W. First pub. Nov. 8, 1922) The Journal-Miner job department oroduces up-to-date commercial work at shprt notice and at reasonable m. HE IN ONE PERSON: NOTICE OF CONTEST 5611 rnfnm.i i- C tViA Ttifor-tnr TTtiWnrl States Land Office, November 13, 1922. To Elzie L- McCann, of address un known, Contestee: You are hereby notified that Dan A. Roten, who. gives Prescott, Arizona as ms post-ottice auaress, did on November 13, 1922, file in this office his duly corroborated ap plication to contest and secure fhc cancellation of your Homestead, Serial No. 046433, made June 24, 1071 fn T ntc 1? 1."? 14 IS Spptinn 29, 'Township' l'l-N, Range 6-W, G. & b. K. .Meridian, and as grounds fnr- hie pnntpst tip nllptTPS that VOU have abandoned said land for more than eleven months last past; that your abandonment is and was not tn vnnr pnnnprtinil with anv branch of the military or naval organization of the unitca states. You are therefore, lurtner notincu that thp snirl allprrntions will be taken as confessed, and your said entry will oe canceled wunoui iur- ther right to be heard, either Detore thie rffirp nr nil nnnpnl. if von fail to file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your qncurAr itnrlpr nnfh snprificnll v re sponding to these allegations of con test, together with due proot mat you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant cither in person of by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the post office to which you desire future notices to be sent to vou. . JOHN R. TUWLti, Kegistcr. SCOTT WHITE. Receiver. (W.) First pub. Nov. 22,1922. (W.) Second bub. Nov. 29. 1922. tW Thir,1 null Tlpp. fi. 1922. (W Fourth nub. Dec. 13. 1922. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 030274 049132 npnnrtmpnt nf the Ulterior. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. November 4, 1922. Vnfirp is herehv civen that Will iam S. Conner, of Prescott. Arizona, who, on 8-23-21 and 9-15-21, made Homestead Entry, No. wioj for SEtfNWJ. 5bW$. Sv NE'i, Section 14, W section in, Township 16-N., Range 3-W., G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed ndticc of intention to make Three Year establish claim to the land above described, before John Ashurst Renoe, U. S. Commissioner, at. Pres cott, Arizona, on the yth cay ot ue cember( 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Manuel Silva, Roy Cooper, Waldo Bozarth, John T. Cooper, all df Prescoitt, Artzoha. JOHN K. 1UWLCS, Register. (5t W. First nub. Nov. 8. 1922) NOTICE OF HEARING OF PE TITION FOR PKUBATis OF WILL Tn the Sunerior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. Tn thp matter of the Estate of Thomas Roach, Deceased. , Notice is hereby given that Kout. E. Morrison has filed in this Court niitmfnt niirnnrlinrr to he the last will and testament of THOMAS ROACH whom is is alleged is de ceased, together with his petition for the- probate thereof and for the issu ance to him of letters testamentary thorPi-iv anH that the same will be heard on Friday, the 15th day of December A. D. Vili, at ten o ciock in the forenoon of said day, at the murirnnm nf Division Two of said Court, in Prescott, County of Yava pai, State of Arizona, and an persons. interested m said estate arc nouueu hpii and there to annear and show -Q11CP if a iiv thev have, whv the prayer of said petitioner should not e granted. Dated November 22nd, 1922. EMMA SHULL, Clerk. (SEAL) ov. 29. Dec. 0 and U Pat Michael O'Brien is one Harp who enjoys a good joke, even though he is the central and ridiculous figure of it. Arrested at Scligman for sporting a deputy sheriff's badge, he embark ed on a career as a prisoner that is fit only to be embalmed in the vaudeville skits that Pat makes a liv ing by writing. Now that he is out of jail, and once more a free man, he is negotiating with local theatrical talent for the production of one of his short comedies for the benefit of the Red Cross.' Eat was entertaining when he got into this mess. He was the Sheriff in the Shooting of Dan McGrcw. He then became a prisoner. Being known in Scligman, he was not locked in the jail toith the "two thieves." He was left in the unlocked office. Just over the door of the jail room was the key thereto. In the course of the evening a railroad officer came in and left his six-shooter. "Don't leave that with me," stated Mr. O'Brien. The of ficer looked him over scornfully and guesSed he could trust his .45 with O'Brien, and walked out. The two prisoners then began im portuning O'Brien to let them out. They pointed out that he would get two years in jail and a fine of $5,000 for impersonating an officer, and he might as well join with them, grab the gun and take it on the run. Coming down to Prescott, O'Brien enjoyed the trip, as he told an inter ested lady passenger, for his health. He was not hand-cuffed as tbe other two were. Once in the jail, Pat saw the first workings of the prison. He was tip ped off by a former flying corps man, a fellow aviator, who is serving a term for white slavery, about this kangaroo court, and when his time came to be sentenced for brdakirig into the jail, he cheerfully planked down an order for his fine. The cats were good, and Thanks giving dinner was enlivened by a general debate over the outlook for Thomas Burge, whose jury was out at that time. Exercise in the county jail is taken by means of the morning and after noon walk. Around the table in the tank 83 times is one mile, and the prisoners, led by Frank LaGrange and including as Pat says, "murder ers, would-be murderers, white- slavers, burglars and bootleggers, take up the tramp and go wheeling around the tank until "this Mick had to join in or go bughouse." When confronting the county at torney with his story having been in jail long enough to enjoy the ex perience the prisoner was asked his name. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 045221 TIpnartlTlpnt r! flip Tllterifir. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. November 4, 1922. that Manuel " J ---- Silva, of Prescott, Anzonat who, on Jrnuary 14, 1921, made Homestead Entry, No. 045221, for E'ASE'A, SWJ4SEJ4, SSWtf, Section 24. Township 16-N., Range 3-W.. G. & b. K. ii. cc Meridian, nas men noutc of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land Tnlm Ashurst Renoe, U. S. Commissioner, at Pres- . rt.11 r T cott, Arizona, on tnc ytn aay or De cember, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: wiu F. Cooocr. Tohn T. Copper, Waldo E. Bozarth, all of Prescott Arizona. JOHN K. TUWUS, Register. (5t W. First pub. Nov. 8, 1922) POST OFFICERS CONFER: CLAIMS Ex-service men in the city are re sponding to the call to file appli cants for vocational training before the expiration of the time limit, De cember 16, Martin Schriver, contact officer in charge of the local veterans bureau office, said yesterday. Appli cations began to come in following publication a few days ago of notice of the expiration and efforts are be ing made to see that all ex-service men eligible for vocational training are informed that after December 16 they will have no further right to claim training. The veterans' bureau is being ably seconded in this by the three local posts of ex-service men's organiza tions, post commanders and adjutants of which yesterday conferred with Schriver and formed plans to locate all eligible ex-service men in the dis trict and caution them to file their claims at once. Those attending the conference were: Albert D. Akin, commander, and W. J. Baker, vice commander, of Ernest A. Love post of the American Legion, Baker serv ing in the absence of J. A. Renoe, adjutant; I. A. Marcotte, commander, and Harry Juliani, adjutant, of Buckey O'Neill post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars; and C. B. Stal lings, adjutant of the local post, Dis abled American Veterahs of the World War. Post Commander Schneider was not able to attend. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Kegistcr. 02S490 t nf tlip Interior. U. S. Land Uitice at Jfiioemx, nnzoiiu, nrptllhpr 4 Vnilrp is hprplw pK'qii that Tosc Soto, of Prescott, Arizona, one of and for the heirs ot Lconozsc aoto, ,.r,n nn Tlllv ?5 ' 4. lTiailC MOttlC Vn n?;4Qn fnr KV.EVi Section 14,' Township 16-N.. Range 3-W., G. & b. K. H. & jucriuian, nas filed notice of intention to make Thrpp Vpar Prnnf. tn establish .claim trt Iln 1ni,1 ahnvp flpsrrilipil bpfnrC John Ashlirst Renoe, U. b. Commis sioner, at Prescott, Arizona, on tnc yth day ol December, vj&i. r"lni,ii-,nt ii n 111 p s as willipssps: Manuel Silva, William S. Cooper, Roy Cooper, Waldo E. Bozarth, all of Prescott, Arizona. JOHN R. TOWLES. Register, (St W. First pub. Nov. 8, 1922) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given by the un- .! :.-,nA A rliii?ctrn tnr nf thp estate UtlSIUVU M.w w. of Helen Derrick, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons naving claims against the said deceased, to exhibit such claims, with the neces sary vouchers, within four months from and after the first publication of this notice to the said Administrator at No. 310 S. Mt. Vernon St., Pres cott, Arizona, which said address the undersigned Administrator selects as his place of business in all matters connected with said estate of Helen Derrick, deceased. L. C. DERRICK, Administrator of the Estate of Helen Derrick, Deceased. (5t-W. First pub. Nov. 8. 1922). T TO VISIT CITY Prescott may anticipate a visit early this month from Sir Gilbert Parker, internationally known novel ist, author and lecturer, whose books have enthralled thousands of readers. Local people yesterday were delight ed by this news, in which especial pleasure is being taken by many Prescott men and women who made Sir Gilbert's acquaintance and were won by his genial spirit during his previous visits to this city and coun ty, the most recent of which was four or five years ago. Word of Sir Gilbert Parker's in tended visit to Prescott was received yesterday in a letter to T. G. Norfis, in which the noted author of "Car nac'S Folly," and a dozen other mas terly novels of Canada, said he pro posed to come early this month, and in which he wished to be remember ed cordially to his Prescott friends. Mr. Norris wired a cordial reply, in forming Sir Gilbert that his an nouncement had been met with ex pressions of the greatest pleasure, and conveying the warm greetings of his local friends. While at the Yavapai club on the occasion of his previous visit, Sir Gilbert Parker became a great favor ite of most of the business' and pro fessional men of the city. "Sir Gil bert visited the springs some years ago, and was the favorite there, everyone got to know him with such ease," Mr. Norris said yesterday. "He has never forgotten the friends he made here, nor the peculiar charm and climate of Yavapai and the state. We shall all be heartily glad to see him once more." AnTravelingExpensei BUI . j Printing I a Salesman 'Who Travel Cheaply-1 Traveling expenses 1 centl Good printing on BOBS costs you little and does much for you. Use more printed salesmanship. Ask 12 JURORS IN BOX TO LISTEN TO DUNN CASE THE DUNN JURY T. O. Shufflin J. L. Haddock T. W. Jennings RobcrtAllen S. A. Bccslcy Lee Borcn Milton Olin H. B. G. Lee J. L. Hughes A. I. Powers T. J. O'Brien John A. Peel It required all day Friday for the selection of the jury that is to try D. O. Dunn on a charge of attempt ed bribery of a witness. Judge Sweeney, who had listened to the in terrogatories of the state and de fense for some hours, and noted repetition of questions, was moved to remark that it had required unusually long to arrive at the point where the jury could be struck by the two sides. He then announced that court would open 'the next day an hour earlier, so that this morning the case will be resumed with the taking of the first testimony at the hour of 8, which, in the opinion of some court attaches should be classed as "unearthly." ' The best always in Hie eating line. Birch Cafe, St. Michael's. (adv) ily, and never was "worked" by one. prices.