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THE MOXKOE JOCUXAL. I i:i!Y. M 27. mil.
eight ru.i .1 J ". '1 J A ... J '1 - r. 'A ' 1 'X ; . - , .. . , : ' '.i . . i ."1 i. -i ... . f Union Conitfv "Product" rM: ft j 1 PASrGR SAYES GIRL AND GETS S2i80i),y ESTATE '. "iL t let g) man l Kiiilo.v ;-v tin (hun tor Uoiiutu With Part r HUlaival l.-gary. B3 CLi a W.IMI M I'lUXK BI T .OT I'llAVFK Ser:ul million of dollar of. the imtuiie which I hi- Rev. David s. K. Byrne r peels to possess, after Ma v. ill ' used in building aud en uowiug a lescue home fur women and riil.- in Clnago. according to a New York il'siuiih l till- Philadelphia I'trl.lu- I-.ili.ir. II - h.i rhicin fir.l in inlnd l . .:(.. :! was in iii.it ( liy, many jeais . .. h. found and rtrlainn-d th x: !.,'. (mu. To t ha I art and h'i : -(ration to hr l'an-iits. and to a t'.iin at m ills h.-siili- which Mini' : o-.ir ! ' tiftu'ii . -ms dull. h C.i i .id:aii ! sy titan oi his ;ms-.i nil -m at i-a!lh. Tt;r lo'iuni n hhm rvatiljr f iit fd. a fordiiiK to tin- opinion oi 1 in; :d-i l oiiit. at "on.ooit. Thai. ; Mi. I!r:ii'. a basrd upon va'- B B B B B B B B B B Indigestion Many, persona, other! vigorous and health?, ar bolbered occasloaally with ladlMUoa. The affects of a disordered stomach oa the system art dangerous, and prompt treatment of Indiges tion Is Important. "The only medicine I hav needed has been something to aid diges tion snd clean the liver." writes Mr. Fred Ashbjr. a McKlnney. Texas, farmer. "My medicine Is B B B B B B B B B B ";!tloli (i! thinks tl it.iiiiiiu. II.' hail).- -ta'i' VO'li,! IIS.' ul yi-ar avo. but I. in is now ahout Jt:'. Thedford's a BLACK-DRAUGHT B lu llt'iii'T) nl our Am i. J. I:. Il.nei-ii. t'i r d -ar aunt i tui. bin nut foi-totli-ti NVvir hi r iii-nio:- fjdt-. Swi-i-tf-i ihoui.!!! rill rvr ;iii--r: nnMd tli sravr r- in- i laid. Sit is 1:011c to Y.vf with Jesu. And - art- ure that h- U thr-; V h. 10 inwt hi-r In that land so bright and fair. co n;ociniiis evt-ry day, V cannot help but et-p; ' art- no sad and lonely Siin our dear sunt Ml asltvp, Ciw u a heart to pray .To play and never cease N'l-ver to murmur at our May or wir-h our sufterines les. Ivarei aunt thou hast left u Thy Ins. we dei-.ily fei-l. Put "ti Cod who has bereft us He can nil our sorrow heal. Mi blessed ideep that will not break K01 tears nor pmyet nor line sweet of Usefulness. . -,:zi MIKt.AUI T llo slkKs i WINXJ-i; M iiaKllll Ml llAli f 'lHiiinueil Inmi wae mie. about through lhi moral tleveiop iiient. The tonrih de-npiuf m 0f ucation U the spiritual. "Eduratioa which doea not brini; one to the feet. . of the Man of Galilee." in the opinioa -of Mr. Uouclas. "Is hurtful and mill prove a curse. Christian education has made this state and country what -they are. It teaches the heart that ' there are powvr and posihiliti- never dreamed of and develop thi spiritual joy." In conclusion Mr. Don:; las said tv the .iint: people; "You are buil.i--ins a temple of rlrirat-ter. A tempi more wonderful than the Aib.imbra. the Taj Mahal, ihe Cathedral of M - . Ian. the Notre Dame. It U a teni ' built from within like the coral isl and that spline magically from t:.- sea. It is a moral and spiritual king dom. Commencement is but a b Eiiiniiii: of education and Ihe future is calliim each of you to greater fields ;.:.! ! p. ati'ilty that wh ; cam.- into his hand !. it in (loins iflo:l. and ii tim.iti'd lie would liy chiefly to !. .idle ;iils who have none nstrav : in.ik.- tli' ii's-hi's useful members soi i- ti. Today Ne said he had itind tp Ins min. I to sian wilh Chicago "I intend to offer quite a lari: sum to the people of Chicano." said. It may lie $2.uni.tiiio. poss. lily $;'..oo".,ln. Perhaps 1 shall ask the ptople of Chicaeo to contribute a sum e.iial to what I sive. It wi!! he used to build and establish a home for iirls and women, to be called the H.ucv Lillian Uyrne Memorial Horn- ; Don't call it a refuge. I like the .word home. It must be a real home person for seven years is proof of where an is can n.ne protection aim death in a letial sense. Seven vear kindiv care ami win ne iauni u' B CI B B B B B B B B B for Indigestion and stomach trouble of any hind. I bare never found anything that touches the spot, like Brack Draught. I take It In broken' doses after meals. For a long time I tried pills, which grip ed and didn't give the good results. itlack-Drsught liver medicine Is easy to take, easy to keep. Inexpensive." Ot a rackags from your druggist today Ask for and Insist upon Thedford's the only genuine. Get It today. B B B B n B B B B EM OB sake; h perfect rest that knows no pain No throb, no thrill of hi art or brain Oh life suMlme beyond all st'oech That only ihe pme throne!) dvins: ca n reach : Cod mid. 'i stands and his was are rlht So w e bid bi beloved a lung vtoi'd-niuht. - Wiiiten by her niece, Florence scholarship medal u muiiii.. iiaiai k, Arkansas. Smile On, Sioaitie. BDBBBBBBBBBBB e5 "N. " ' Above: S. G. Haw field, superintendent of the Mon roe graded schools. Belov: principal of the hijh school. Doth are natives of Uhion county. ful thins ?o that they may become self-sti pporting." Mr. Byrn would not disclose hi purposes further. He was reluctaii' ro talk at all. He said he "dldn t want any publicity." but as he ha.1 recently received lesal papers streimthenin his claim to the for tune he was willing to show them, (.ill Wanted Drink, Hut (io Ir;yci In WOi Mr. Uyrne. who was not a minister at that time, but was i:i I business in Canada, visited a biothei W. F. StarneS, l!1 Cliicaso. Slummins as a gospel ! worker, he was invited by a youtu uomaii to otiv n.-r a iiririK. lie 10m since the sinking of the Empress will ;iave elapsed on May 29 next Sun day and compliance with court for malities. Mr. Byrne believes he will ome Into his fortune. The Catc h A New England spinster was much enamored of a neighboring farmer, but the affection was not returned. One day, starting on one of his week ly visits to town, the maiden came rushig out. crying: Yoo-hoo. Mr. Simpkins, do you 1 mind taking me witn ou?"' The farmer considered warilv and her h- wouldn't do that, but woul.i nnaiiy allowed her to go. ptav f r her. knelt, and as h I" vin ihe lady tried every topic tuaved the girl left him, intent on f conversation without elicitiug re- . S3 II-. I -1. a ; . 1 1 HAIR TONIC AND GINGER ARE PARADED AS BOOZE I bni'iiim Extiml .Manufacturer I'ro. li'Uince.1 iM inir t,, sti'eotlK eiiimt Volstead Ait. Maryitn 1. who has introduced a bill In repeal tY Volstead law, urged an amendment which would put prohi bition enforcement suuarelv in the I hands of the attorney general. Asked I if he thought it w ould lead to more rigid enforcement, Mr. Hill replied frankly that he thought It would. "Then l( you are trying to reyeal 'IHE I.AV SIKH I. i 111: E.'Oi;CFl' !" .V?l!,,,,a(l wh-v IUitous s L r,'i about its enforcement?" asked Rep- ' , , , resentative Tillman, Democrat. Ar- I lie exiietaiM to which some men Kansas, go to satisfy the craving :or Mrong' -As long as we have that law it tirii.h since the country went dry ought to be enforced," he declared. VhOTl.l'd tile hniliua lllilinl.ii.v ....... I .1 t. . . .. . ............. iiui wuen you nave a aw that is a national Joke, because of liavitu a drink. H crossed the street to a (".si.iurant. The irl came in. apoloiued for her disappearance ami said she thouiait it over and ma) be tin- prayer might help her. She .'formed and went bai'k to her pa: nil, who then lived in Florida. Her father was William George Ilryne, the first name having origin ally been Wellington. He was of Scotch and Spanish parentage. He never learned to write and to his lasl dav used an X mark as his suna tore bin he had a great head for business. He acquired, says the min ister. oil. mining, grazing and timber lands in many countries and much other property, to widely scattered that he never knew Just what lie was worth. Two vears after the family re union. Lucy Lillian Byrne, the girl of the Chicago episode, died. Later in the same year father. . G. Byrne, died at White Springs. Fla. Attested copies of the will and a summary of it, which the reporter saw touay spouse and Anally in desperation fell buck on the passing bits of scenery. Going by the minister's ivv.ise, she cried: "Oh. Vr. Sinipkiiu. what a beautiful hitching post Pastor Watson has." "Gol durn," cried the other, crack ing his w hip. "I knowed there was a hitch in it somewhere. Dobbin, glddap. Ma'am, that's fer houses only." . , .... . . ... . . .ur. ixuigias splendid address wan followed by a piano solo. "Mi-Di e -ell's Witches Dance." played bv Miss Fannie Person Kudiie. Mr. H.iwfield then aniuit. me.! C.iat Mi- Christine Gordon .n valedietot ia 1 of the class of 1H2I hiiving made a:'., average fer four years of more th:v. tiinetv-roiir per cent. She was close ly followed by Mis I.oi I.anev w'o also averaged above ninety-four. Th- :iven bv Dr. J. M. Ueik was won by Miss Margaret Dixon Sikes. Miss Florence Redw inl and Mr. Whiteford Biakenev aver: A' young Englishman was walking-asd only a fraction of a point be. up and down the platform of a conn- ! Miss Sikes, all three inakin? try railroad Junction, trying to see above ninety-six. The W. B. Lov a car that had a vacant seat. He debater's medal was won by Mr. didn't And it, and assuming an of- Carah Caldwell, who was one of the ficial air, he walked up to the Jast successful triangular debaters :-ar ami announced in stentorian-this year. Miss Ruby Williams was ! tones: the winner of the essay medal d- "All out here; this car Isn't going." "ated by W. J. Rudie. Miss Ros:i There were exclamations low and ' Penegar deserves honorable mention deep from the occupants of the car. , in this contest as she wrote a splen but they all piled out and made their, did and authentic history of Union way to cars ahead. The smile on , county. These medals were presented the young man's face Increased as he by Dr. C. C. Weaver, took possession of a seat and appro-' This program which was pro priated another for his luggage. j nounced one of the best of any com "Ah." he murmured, "it's a grand ' ntencement heretofore held was con thing to be born clever! Now I wish , eluded by the presentation of the they'd start." diplomas by Mr. W. B. Love. chair- By and by the station master put , "tan of the board of trustees, his head in the door. 1 "Are you the smart young man' f Drenm Come True. 'IPv!?!? ,W"""1 KO,n,r ' "why all the bags and trnnU "Yes.' said the clever one. smiling r..iif,;i.. K ...j ..." "Well " -.1.1 .l.o ...J.. 1 Iietune,, u,e Bi- with a grin also, "it isn't. The brakesman heard what you said, and he uncoupled it. He thought you was a director." Geo. Nash Say, Dave, heard my last joke? Dave I hope so. And Dave went on. have you tor. "Naw, Just goln out to the Clin ton street station to catch a tra.n." rumbled the Buffaloniin fro-n th depths of a port innean. Hualtlo Express. We iMi't Like Outxeliew Women's faults are many, But men have only two Everything they gay. . And everything they do. The Indian Way. Englishman Queen Eliitibefh touched my grandfather on hi shoul der with a sword and mad him a Lord. American That's mtffing: an In- idian touched my grandfather on hi head with a tomahawk and madx him an Angel. min-en- show that i ,he will $300.0u0 was is calculated lo bring! i,.n to servants, a third of the estate to the widow, a quarter to the daiu-h tee nt hearing on the Volstead bill to nuilte the prohibition enforcement Jaw more drastic. Keprt sentatives of manufacturers rt :.. . ... ... .n ii.iKriiiii. i'mi.icis, paiei'i ineiii- w'as ns:' 1..;' : ' . ;. v " r r'::s. 0 -'';. Km, conditioned the u. ,,,. rlalmed , . .r ' " ' L "1. 1 " 'l V". . ic as iii.-d changing his name to David S. K. r..,,.FU.,. IIII1M lorceiii.-nt. it all laws in contempt While the present Volstead law !.,. ,. ...unier to the nnlv son. George being shot at and defended. u- " nVi ne and the residue to David vith their business, were outspoken Jn opposition to medical beer and the ale of concoctions masquerad ing iis medicine, but actually used as beverages. The story of the man who became drunk after drinking hair tonic. Jamaica ginger and simi lar things crept In contnlually during the trXHin inatinn of witnesses. In a list of more than a hundred products, branded as "booze medi cine," some old bottles that have had their place on the shelves of the country drug stores for more than half a century were paraded in full view of the committee, and de nounced by spokesman for proprie tary medicine associations, who de clared they had begun medicating al cohol used in all their preparations loa; before the 18th amendment tswept out the bars. There were frequent clashes. No body raid a word in favor of beer The patent medicine men told Mr Volstead that so far as they were concerned he rould go as far as he liked with that once popular drink but they did not agree with his an nouncement that he would fight to Invent the use of wine as an alco holle base for any remedy. The flavoring extract manufactur -rs were more pronuonced In their opposition to the new tightening up measure, one witness reminding the chairman that this enforcement act had to be amended in the house In order to give them a chance to live. Charles D. Joyce, president of a flavoring extract association, declar ed that no man has ever been able to drink lemon extract In sufficient quantity to make him drunk and live to tell the tale. "Thp only man -ho ever tried to do It, to my knowledge," Mr. Joyce said, "had to tine his mouth and throat with talcum powder before faking the first swallow." The witness was asked If he knew anything of the practice of taking the ire out of the extract through a piece of bread, which soaked It up like sponge, but hi never heard of It. Nor ha he ever heard of Jamaica Singer drinking fiends, he added. "Well, I've seen droves of them," paid Chairman Voltead. Everybody wanted to get rid of the Tnedlcsl bootlegger, some suggested that his products be taxed If he could tint he suppressed. Representative Hill, Republican, prohibition statutes. Representative Hersey. Republican, Maine, referring to 60 years of pro hibition in his state, told how it had worked. "All I have to say about the Maine prohibition law," replied Mr. Hill, "was that my great-uncle helped to frame it. and he died regretting it." There Wss a Benson The following is a clipping from a Western newspaper: "It Is reported that one of the fastidious married ladies of this town heads bread with her gloves on. This incident may be somewhat peculiar, but there are others. The editor of this paper needs bread with his shirt on, he needs breads with his pants on, and unless some of the delinquent subscribers of this 'Old Rag of Free dom' pony up before long, he will need bread without a damn thing on, and North Dakota is no Garden of Eden In Ihe winter time.1' .Muffler Wanted Agent I have here a little Inven tion to make the voice carry farther. Mr. It-npeck For goodness sake, don't ' '1 my wife. Science and Inventing Building lp a Practice. "My boy," said the elderly phy sician. "Cm afraid you will never get rich In the profession." "Why not?" asked the young doctor. "You told one of the richest women In town her complaints were Imagi nary." "And so they are." "To be sure, but you should hsve told her so In medical terms so she couldn t understsnd and put her down for at least two visits a week." Birmingham Age-Herald. Marcus looked at his chum Tony. Tony's fsce was as long as a fiddle. And Tony had Just become engaged to beautiful Marcelle Lennox. "For a man Just engaged to such a lovely girl as Marcella, you seem a bit gloomy," Marcus ventured at last. Tony woke from his reverie with a start. "Mark, old boy," he said. "Fm worried. Yon know, Marcelle is an enthusiast always. Once It was for horses, once Ancnra cats; now. am I a regular sweetheart, or is she just faking up another animal fad." llvrne. The Canadian who had set Lucy Byrne on the straight path was David S. ' Kidd the present R"V. David S. K. Byrne. Gel Demi Girl's Share. By a codicil, added after 'he daughter's death, her share was giv en to David S. Kidd, who had seen the rich Mr. Byrne only once In (lis life. A trust fund of $1,580,000 was established in her memory for aiding wayward girls. David S. Kidd was named as an executor of the will. along with the widow and son of Wil liam G. Byrne. "It was a peculiar will," the Rev. David S. Kidd Byrne said, and in deed it was. For one thing, each ex ecutor or beneficiary had to prove his or her Identity in the presence of the probate judge; no notary or other attesting officer would do. They were forbidden to use copies of the will or other document for the purpose of raising money on prospective be quests. It was stipulated that, in view of the widely scattered condi tion ot the estate, sworn statements of the approximate status of each item must be obtained. The will gave the executors seven years to accorup- li'i ;hi, with an extension to ten years If it was necesary. The three executors Mrs. Lucy Sellna Byrne, George W. Byrne and David S. Kidd set about their task of rolloctlng proof from the score of -countries In which Byrne's property lay. In 1914 Mrs. Lucy Byrne and her son were In Australia. They were to go to Europe and in November meet In Spain the third executor, who had become the Rev. David S. K. Byrne, to make an appraisal. To the best of the Rev. Mr. Byrne's belief, the widow and her ion came from Australia to New York, by way of the Panama Canal, went by train to Montreal, embarked on the steam ship. Empress of Ireland and were drowned in the sinking of thst ves sel, with the loss of more than a thousand lives. In the St. Lawrence River on May 29. 1914. This left the Rev. David S. K. Byrne, according to the terms of the will and codicil as exhibited by him today, sole ex ecutor and Inherlter of the entire estate of Wllllanl G. Byrne, except for the $300.(100 left to servants and Ihe trust fund of $1.580 000. He has advertised in papers all over the globe and heard nothing. Under the law the absolute disappearance of a' l ia III Spring Is the Time to Beautify the Home TELAY,no longer in doing the painting yon know nseda to be dons, Ths houss, Inaids and oat, ths floors, ths woodwork, ths walls, ths furniture everything that nssds paint or varnish should gtt it now. Yon will bs surprised bow large are thi returns in happiness and pride from a small Investment In paint There are large returns ia the increased service too. Paint protects and lengthens lbs life of articles on which it ia asad. Pot your paint needs, we rscoas msnd Certain-teed. They ara always highest quality. They eel in covering capacity, hiding power and color retaining vala Certain-teed took the lead in low. 'sring prices. We know of o Other paints which offer Socb remarkable valqas. Certain-teed Monroe Hardware Co. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. PHOXB No. It epessxa T