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THE ST. JOSEPH 03SERVCR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919
fflW'LL'tfWW UWlJUW-gJiraWI VLsVI 11 ftlHl -AWT .' W '1 Kir Ira Ik HfilRfi Hi g fWrll g.TggTTafcnJA..ymii r jtttgroii.p;"icac jil Ilepub'lcan. ' The machine belongs to im almost extinct species and Is In the Kime class vxllh tlio velocipede and the mule dinxxti street car" Kntcre&&Ki3 Happenings Which Have Taken Placo hi ihc Greatest Sta'tc ii the Union "Holden's prlie creamery hai pilcl to the ilahj fnrmeis of Western .lohn- mm County $1 000 n ilay Mr the lnt slt) ilnj, ' notes the Holilcn Ico nic") ' out a half doien peanut kernel!, and nct he pulled out three Inches of a man's leather belt. Neither of these lands promises any nttractlxonca for n future bait standpoint however. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Vry Little Actual Labor Clnudo I'xxlng resigned as potmat ei .it Bolcliovv Sunda). light mm This Is proven by the nutiv bt r of pi ices tlmt have changed oxxners ret c nth nnd all at the stiff advance One lieach tree at the home of It II m Iir,ce jm, ftl(,a 10 )mM two Olixer In Cape Girardeau )lelelcd t3D flpt,ks ,(nc ,,,, nbout jzoo.ooO. "He mount'!," sas the Mountain (irovc .loitrnnl simply and rsel In tillltn of Isaac Keslcr of Smnlhtt xxho bought n Mack of flour nnd put It In another man's buggy by ml'tal.o. Tho biggest land salo recorded In The Cass county Democrat reports that nrinngements are nox under xxnx for holding of the Thlrtx-l'ourth An nual Picnic, more fumlllirly Knoxxn ns the "Henn bating." In Clark"? drove nt Austin, August 12-15 This has been one of Cm Count)' leading attract ions for mnnv xeirs and alxxajs drnxxs Itugo croxxds on each day. Cleorse Six-, of ltock 1'nrt xxho has I . . . . .!. . ..I 1. IlaIN couutx .ecentlj Vxas the sale of been cnoen as rep.es. .mux ... the William Woods farm of 1 !3 Atchison count) farm bureau to Instill in nriruiturii cxniims ni hip .mih- aeres xxhlclt brought (103 520 at pub ! He auction. I Bourl stale fair, rut a bundle of sudan PETER WEHRLI, SR., CALLED A Well Knoxxu PJontxr of Nortlixxcht JUIw-mirl Is Laid to Host. Until a ft xx- jiars ago xxhen tho Infirmities of ago caused him to re nte from actlxo life, l'cter Wchtll, fer, of Holt county xxas a familiar fig uio in St. Joseph, xx here espccljjly to tho older business men, ho xxns xxell and faxoiably Knoxxn, ns he xxas one of tho pioneers of Holt, and did much to build up that noxx ptospcrous coun t Death has noxx cHlmed this grand old man, nnd of his passing the Holt Cnunt Sentinel i-as ' One of the earl da settlers of Holt count), In the pel son of 1'itci Wchrll, Sr, has answered his filial summons. l'or oxer rift )cais he worth of peaches. The farmers association of Tjifay ette county sold Its vrool clip of 40, dOO pounds for 120,000. A xxomen b) the name of Mr James renins xxas arrested on fourth Street fir bootlegging Klrksxtlla Journal llurllngtun Junction I'ott. Theodore Wnl of Hannibal Is a preacher," nays) the Louisiana l'ress J tirnal, "and probably doesn't " Joseph Claxxsnn, n thirteen year old bo at I'leaaunt Hill xxas drowned sev eral dnxa since, and It xxns recalled that he wore the same bathing suit that his older brother wore when he was elroxxned three jears before. . I gross last xxeek on the It O Six farm had The Montrose Tldln- iiV9 It hear vest of Valrfnv.. xxhlch vTt be Includ- and of Instances from all oxer that Hectinn ed in the exhibit from, tint count) bun a icxldcnt of otu count) as he laid down to take tint xx here crleketr have become a pet and have eaten the txxlne off xxhoat bundles. The grass xxas moro thnn txxelxo feet tell and of very fino (tinllty. sleep fiom xxhlch time Is no xxaken lng, he had so Ilxcd as to eujo) the c-tcctii it nil highest rigaid of his fel low man and neighbor 'Ml. Willi 11 xxas bom In Canton AKtraii, hvtlUttlitid, Dei ember .'3 Ilfteen limrote of whiskey were stolen from the McCormlik distiller) at Waldron o few daxs ago It Is The third rnrload of butler sent l- I, I'.imiarc Ol .iPWinn ninmi , (roj11 T,V(.S' I'l-lttM 1V'I ttioml V as mid tllZ'O xvn th of e -awbrrlcn moverj tast Tutatlav. le'r: cr-!snod 181, and died at the home of his son from one acre. tllP expenses amount- by tj,, West I'lnln Creamerv to a rM- tto.ie). in Mound CItj, I'lida) l.ist Ingto $222.47, ami teaxlnr; a let profit po 1"alrr" repotts tVe West I'laUs'-ul) IS, 1818, in the bSth )eai of his or $0i3S tor the acre or t.Trics Ijnttrnat "Tho car ooitnlned 2T.?00 nge. Ipom'ls o the clalrv products nndj "He canio to this cuuutr) whin a tiroimht about J11.000 on the market. oung man, and lit 1S53 he muriled ow th.it the wrr t- ovc- " hreitc tho Chuln News "rve miv lie permit! d claimed port of It xxns taken to Kan- to admit that sofe of tie orks kn'i b" Thirty-five thousand pounds of wool 'gas City virhlle some Is thought to be the girls were sire all xvndl and a rd vx is shipped from Drowning this sea ei n and sold at satisfactor) prices The Sprlnnfleld Leader thinks tho In Lesvenworth The nlue of the whlskev was about 6 000 Jasper Majs. a Itoone county farm- wide all rl-ht,' Nejr Tboi-iproii, a smn't si 1 torn- Thtrtt thousand eloltars" word o' bt-'5Iar Vogel, and the .voting couple tw from a tovn In one month Is not l following )eni located In Cook such a bail showtnt." ui.. Illinois, xxhero their ilrt born, , ,nox .Unlge Jacob Wolnll, xxas born Iliy t-oike of Cllilnn rVtes tint m AI"""t JS5 1. ado picked ip a chlcVen house nrd tb re r -p a 3 pttn bov In Ms cHimninv 'ilcre the e'eceascd pursued his ill The Great A isgust grtitest of all the Ford Jokes Is Henry, er, hod his toeth pulled out to cure1 huHM It nt the dining room of Jesse ho vr- ntxa) Jrstti.g no matfr ldc, that of cnrpetitcrins, and in tioving as an educator and statesman him of the Influents The remedy . Car pr's hone All the dishes nnd ""-w -r. us fte orsasslo i fine tno"i., JSC0 t"1' fnnlll located in Ateiilson - 'was severe, but u success. Moves no. furniture In the roori were smshcd T M Irfiwrenco of Washburn has onJrPl. jmvng the "Plu" ho died In crMpa n xvent nx'er the It nmt t-x- snid four thousand dollars vxorth of tJ)0 aentat oiatr drnB n)e opera-' TbB elcuon News rennrts that ,v- x.p t, r?,P(1 wlr , rompsTon nihpborrles this )ear from u ten-nere f jthere Is n r".i In the nttlntnlng co i,it- ii0iicd him nntl aiked. "Where are inu tl Id. A I Doles horticultural aeent of ttie Frisco, savs the apple crop of S ntlixxrst Missouri this year will es i e d 8.000 car loads. ,. .i, ti. .. i ., .i .v.- eotint). near ISoc's l'oit, but on!) le e ix - sis- aw w ! r-i-aa t:ia i iv malncil n short Units x. lien the) ame to Holt eounl), locitlng in Oicgon The famll) then x.ent to the ltos drove dlstuct, in l.ibcit) township, when he pursued faiming until the The Springfield Leader has beon v mlerlng if milk and butti rmitk will r t eventuallv come untler the prohlbl 'i i! ban since most of the coxxs have a kt.k who ns nine--two quar-a or nii-.r po'nf??" "itrll, I got o rnror tnde In Thleman Bros, have the unique ills- rtorea bxvss but l etllT so afriid le riermniiv tint la no mind." mi iim tlnetlon of hsvln-nn Importel wt-i-Ue tvlll run n-1 of I'quld rc-oure-es that i-t rir "ami I urn gr.ng to take ",f,rmU r" . i-n-'t ' " on their lhreshlnB outfit Sat. Olen he has oti.t rt'tiiMn;-. j tnnck again." 'ttl'c'1 to ulx u1' hl" """I""1""- ll" Thleman sent home from Trance tsst leleatli eeunlng Tebruar) S, 10UI A .. tl..ln H ElBkUhl .... A . .tu r. ..1....I .... 1. .1... ..ut. .... .. Which Fred! "in hvi.iv -,.. l-, k..i,..i PT Avyr -f nvr1 . - ujiii nuiii iiu iirisui.u iut- pnlrjir nun sniko ii'he-vi.( u 'm ilf.v-.i.' . . . ... , . f .rote school house. In 1S71. He, I winter n 76 ren. shell, Thlorran had converted into a whistle. Corning Mirror. er while doming house last !, Phc "': thp eten-isr ouir'dc I'unpsl n.it tne snake and kllel It v .tn n dub o (Co'itluucO froil I'nge One Tlie report comes from r nt county that the katydids liegan their annual 4I....1H ... ... .t.& .! .. AlA-1 " '" Fucle" Dill Hlsgtns. who has Just n"t on July 3rd, which, according to ,ioor f Mw k,olMM, ,, ,r J ssed Ills 82nd birthday, won ttio weoiner vvisBscres means irom uv I ri7e of J10 offered for the best fld- September 3rd Now w slmll see M.r at the celebration In Knnbnoster w;hether Jt will or v. Ill It wllln't. or- the 4th "Miny of those who att nt'ed the re cent celel lation at Klrksxllle saw foi fertile faim lands in the vicinity the first time a merrx -go-round rjn Iturllngton Jiinctlen as there r.re l,x hoise poxvrr,"notes the Isplattt There never wus s icli a demand for i)i!IIIIIIIII!IIII!!!!llll!lllli::!l!IIIi:ii:iIIIII!!III!llill!!:i!l!!lli:iilllIIIIIIIllllilIlll!l!IIIIIit a vaih Muitin trimmer and 15. K P.r.s, iRr, eotjul.tuicd the fht boird of di rector, 'Toiloxxlng the death of Lis xx.fn he SI rlr'uol. would the te rs fr.r the ..MnV(, lrom nuKo ,lfc alld ,)a, , ,,uo )...ir fl-s Ixg If tsw o-th remt'n h:t."-.cl. mn(lo hUi Ilome ,, , 8un We8 e.x, a lilt'e in tint the." hav dijtecmlned to run a , Mound Cits the rttik" edv'rs the .io-lln !?". oesrro In tat el st-'ct BWHirt Coi- ..,!t wns Uie falhpr of ,en chllai1, Hen Id. "If It tales the enumel ff U V 'nn Dye- for. the "gop" comres- i c,kH aml lwo ,,auBter6 tllne Is nnd) I. lofe" sk-nal nomfnatlon in Aiust. mi, to of hon, Bur,u theli lather. This. ... ..-,-, ... tt,uo,,v I,rovc to Wm na ct1l"- "" are: Jacob. WJlllum. Chanos. IM- "A..Me h t pi s-11 n.Mt ....te. phiic,nicsde-s that tbey out, umbe- ttd, ,vtcl j . Jo ,. for ten cent, rpl.-e are now rinc -In tMr par,:, . y,M. , tn(ro ovrp bm JJrg R on tne rees girwis ujr .-rw nr- veo to one. ptibllrnn Frr "nnd te men vi'in will S'-H them f r Hint rr' Clean-UB Sale egms Saturday we begin our great August Sale-a sale that has always been the big money event of the season. This year conditions are as they never have been before. Markets arc unsettled prices are advancing daily and much merchandise cannot lie bought at the prices at which it is now being sold in many cases cannot be obtained at all. Hut we are conducting this big annual sale nevertheless. Our regular stocks gave us the greater pait of the bargain items. Others came from special purchases. All arc seasonable, first class and woith much more-than the low sale price. Every department in the store is repre sented there are money saving opportunities everv one. grande hlldrcn mid fcovcral Waits IA?ua iht.lWH tin A nnatlbi Honlili. -. I . .-".- . . sit-hiv 4.-i'u rrancia'iiiitiroti niim min u re nrw !!. cin voUrtl (jf ,h(J jj.-rlflll Conai-CJ-I -Tho runeinl srie...., r, ...! erlng tneir t ans to no it . r onal District by plat ng Mm. Vie- tjrta fi) ualipi -a on red Worn ill gi eat ' j n The sale will continue for a limited time only ! come early. III l) Member lleta I Mer. Attn. Railroad and Automobile Fares Rebated. I IE 1 I : "The nunnr pbip has bn mls- skci! muni times f r tHI" s t'-nt It is o.i the Women's Republican i'undu), irterniont ec n.c tci) " III Mount on Hope not ' snorts the C-.riithe-Bx!tle Pmo erat. "hut It our ..n ' n the Um't was reaehd Monda . nirilnR v ' en 4 prist big pivV rode a mii'o up In front i,r,llur. of the s.n'tui rvi ' le'l. v laeel ii Qmnnirt, tut mis is Naturrl Colcr Palm Beach Suits, 1f li I I null WiJLjtsslsslsjsasusM!J,TTir -sgs?"-J 7 hvs?5i C m un H ffrT-iaani J s sssiss aTSi nWst. sV. llVVS4 1 iKmrt SchafTiisrj V LMarx , jsxy Buy Clotlies for Next Fall IT? Schaff ner & - nan viarx 1 btatc f.ir from ! inouch, rinslcieciiifi tic overwhelm- lue mojci-lty the nosnus have there i.i -votes oxer the r th .1 l.tpubllcn It Is asserted l v iHelr lead ers that nut untx mtci lb, ntittnfl u. ana coony asicen us to ou, .. - . . . n..i..n r 1 shoe mo tiest " LABOR WILL CELEBRATE Hi C'ouuii.'tU'th Arc Aiiimlniccl ami 1'n ..'i.u.inu- An.iiic,!. or " Uih.i.- t).i. As usual this )eu o-sani:ed Ubor The Fu'tn r tte says th"t the first bat-etialt team ever onrinlscd in Missouri wus oranled bv a Pultpn man num"d William Dos'vsliitl, tmit a eeaturv ro Ir lto'vehell owred stores In h .th ru'ton und Bt t-culs and the le-rn was first launched In Ht louls. ,therUteeomroltte.Ir..m,heTvxelith.'Ul,Vakt " "ay "" ne'Jt momh ",l0 'but. nl-o. that two . .'ornl women "'-8 l-"r . hero xxllh the ' omen oueht to have heeit nitned to full) represent I've 10,000 mrio vomci vo.e-rs. Instead tif aixmc; tho tiecond place ou tho vomo uiix.liary to Airs. Julia llsmmarsu n, x-hllo xvoman. vxljeu ihet) is a irious doubt If t,900 iv'iitc won)e 1 lx.ns 111 the dirli.it tvid lute thu t.t-i'Jtiltean tick- Senator tt a MK"'lrtle. of Mon- fct in 1!!0' a roe eoiint). vrlll os a candidate tori c uiimui 1110 or 'iiitin Out lleuterant aovernor next vsar an tbo I)emwra'lc ticket Hern tor MeCItn- S,tic Is following l the footsteps of hlr nexiues. It is furtber a-.nerted that H ' father Senator Shields Mellntlc, nejro Iteiiubllisans voti ig unci llxins who sened in the Mate senate dur- theio are entitled In one c ieh of tho UHu.tl pomp nnd ceremunx. At the mejtlng of Ctntr.il Labor comic II heicl .Mtinila) nlKht tlio pro&mmmo xxau adopted vxllieh xxill ttart xxith a parade In tho fotcnooi, followed b) n e-ele.bratlon ut Lil.c Cuut1.1i) 1'ark In tho ulternoou. i: T. Ilehrena of Se dalin, editoi of Tiio Itullxxay Peder.v tloniM, union i-Hilro.ul men's m ibu alne. xxlll deliver .111 address at the lal.e nnd n uuinbci of otlicth xxlll also As tmlf of tho 'v' wtcr In the 'speak. A Uic number of contest, t;ic until CciiKrefstDul Uintrlet ars.hnxn im n mis p rices I at Reduced 1 TTRT S( IIAFFXT.R il Clothes at reduced great opportunity. Ihey are tne best I clothes made at regular prices and nt roiured prices the saving it wonderful. in the 7th. Silt). peneri.1 assemblies. An d 1 railroad bond debt for whlh 3lll and 4JUi tuo mn and txxo xxomen committee ship places on the suu 1 nmnitttee. tt Is pointed out by iwt' gops ' to sutwtsntlato this claim, that this ills- uraiiMcdilo tal.e plaee In tho casino us follows: 1. Union Libel contttst, xxearint,' upp.uel only, JS first ptlze; $5, ec ontl. f. .Vail drlxiiiK contet for women. J5 flrtt prize, fa, i-eonnd. & MARX nrices is a x fC XIK,ul .),... . ..,.1. ,l the t..x.,.xers srs still payinc Is con- ,, . lMS, ,., ,..,, I . . ...'"" 'r1' h"'s u,,uer -.rsd ,.,e,y re.po.slbU, for the de- IltJJub,ican , , j" ' ; Z tlJ fen. of the proposition to Usue , mil- ,1WI anil that ,., le)J t rtw 3 Second lion do.lsr.' worth of bond, for od relurH, ,,, Novembor nmraltm of ,, ' ; ' n.nflM In Vtnr.n rnnnt- ri.Minllv Thu ..i. . . . ' ""J" mii.ic - ' - ins coiur ami race, oniy 10 00 counted tvxolxe, $2 pntii.ni ton u. UMme-u am 10 1. 0i Jn lhf fIMl iMUnis from I-6V I Notice I Profit Out stocks are wild the season they arc Untight, for no carrying over goes here. So profit !n this sale for latter ue Clothes are going higher tvery dav. oial precincts of lit d 1st 1 let by "top" Judges and cleika foi tin, rtcihoit tlmt tie is a ' nls-gcr." It stands to rHm that xxith np proximately 303,000 vote caat for Spinier foi Lnitedtutes henalor last fall, mid the assertion 01 negro He publicans th.it Oa.OiJU men of their color and uc aru votlnt, the 'op' Mate ticket ouch eloetUm ihat a fifth llxldsntly. Aurora'wants to tell tlie'of U,e ol"M of wlmt "" "'" l-''u11 as tne errand old Speaklris of nxitdrn proKreMtve handling of poultry the Slllap Hepub llaan reports that rte'jrK" S lm'u o' near that place lias an on via bio re cord For the past tvrelve jear.s his egrs have all been candled by one mun at a produce companVs place of business, and not one had cki lias been found. In that time til ft prlc; II, second 0. Woodsaixlns conteat for voineu over slMcon. J5 flint prUe; 3, second 7. Potato taco foi women oxer six teen, tfi first prise, $3, scond. S. Plllnxx- fisht, $7.60 prjijB 0 win. ner. 9. Apple contest, hojs and slrln, tun to sixteen )tais, $' pilze tu xxln-ner. Closing-Out S AT Stewart Hardware 117 South Eighth Street J2SP Olncy Music Company were forced to buy this Mock of Hardware in order to get a building, and must close it out at once regardless of cost. Iney Music Co. 117 South Eighth St. A. A. CONNER, Mgr. George W Leaper, foimerly of The Leaper Hardware Co., in charge. '.:.. Nate Block lias acquired the north- old ntructure and erect a fine nexv esHt coiner of Sixth and Charles vaudeville house capable of sentlng Htieets. noxx occupied hj the Hard- three thousand people, the vxOrk to man Printing Co He will raze the begin as soon aa possible. $20 and $22.50 Suits, now $16.75 $25 and $27.50 Suits, now $21.75 $30 and $32.50 Suits, now $25.00 $35 and $37.50 Suits, now $27.50 I $40 and $42.50 Suits, now $32.50 I $45 and $47.50 Suits, now $37.50 $50 Suits, now $42.50 5 $55 Suits, now $47.50 1 $60 Suits, now $50.00 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii-.iiiili.i.i.!..;.::..MiiU!iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMillliiiiiiliniiiiiiir: vxculd that If tt once et jou it Intends to keep ou A returned traveler from the White Itlver cotmtiy reports that lln pAMdnt; tlirouuli Aurora recently he xx lt Mloann "Aurora Vods You" In huste letteis nn toji of a htilliltn; that bore on Its side In equally huge IctleiM the words: "fold Storage." part) tro J-.tlilo- plans. Such being the. caee the negio Uupubllciu voteis of MtMsourl ate ,thurefoii9 entitled to a fifth of all nominations un tho state ticket, and i . . .. u puriiou or me juaioiar) and con grcmlonal and othor minor nomina tions In ht. Iouis, Kannirt City. Jeffer Mn Cit) and other places where negro There Is a rertain Clinton anaUr,0,erH ar0 numerous vxho devote a fexx moments when ' Tho negro Ilepublloan vote of Kt. r diesulmr bin caich of fish to make an IiuU at a. presidential election noxx- examination of the contents of the totals SS.000 With St IjjuIs clasned etcmaihs to Rsther facts for future as a Ilepublloan olty by 20,000 It j: ! use in tj'e iwlectlnn of attractive halts means that It would generally go The other night he brought In a rhan- democratic 5,000 ir tne negro voters nel cat from the club lake welghlngiBI'Ht their vote between the two par three and one-half pounds and made! ties, the usual Investigation First rolled A. T. 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