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TT T (TNI TF IHhir 1 awn VlTfr -4 I i un .&. eB. m mWl$ EH...- W T rKt.a BiU-." UBO LJJSJb w JLJJLwe SW 1 i volume XIII. ST JOst PH, MO, SATUR?Y, OCTOBER 4, 1919 NLM" ti AND STILL THE REPUB- ALL CA5ES HEARD The Slate Utlllllen CVimiiibislnti Lis- tills to till' rlctiiiioti) In bt. Joseph Tumbli. DE VALERA RTCEBTION 'The Ditlngul,diel Irishman to lio Aeeordocl a JIt-ni-ly Welcome When JIu Arrives Here. The citizens of St. Joeph, without regard to politics, natlonallf or re JEFFERIES AND PRYOR Two Good Old Nclglilnrs Cilibrate tlio Itlitlulay of One of Tlulr Number. Loroy Jpfferles anil Polk Pryor of X hen eleven o'clock oumo on (Thursday, Clialiman Busby of the state utilities commission, which had While the Taxpayers or the Lounty Lan Unly Whistle ana, "'"-" "" -. , , s Jo lh ot nammon De in the city Saturday, the occasion be- ... . . r,.n nounced that all of tho testimony that ' , . tho bo-ird cared to hoar had been WHY YOU ARE PAY ING HIGH PRICES READY FOR THE DR. Z Tiun Will Oo Aflrf Hi.- ' i tin. Salvation i in. Wc-k. llglon, havo organized for the sola and moat respected farmer of the purpose ot arranging for th recep- county, and both old residents, were Foot the Increased Bills But the R. E. of the C. C. Struggles to Equalize Matters by Cutting Off Democrats' Salaries Of course It naturally follows that If a. person has but so much money to spend and ho desires to accomplish more with that amount than It can caro for, that somo manner of re trenchment must be found whereby that result may be brought about. Tho Republican end of the county vourt Is now engaged on such a prob- lem, but so far with but indifferent success. It has only made tho front end of the programme work but is doing its darndcat to croud through the latter end. In plain words It has been mid is daily favoring Republicans (of courso they are always "deserving") by eith er raiding the salaries of present pet incumbents it is needless to say at the expense of the taxpayers of the county for that Is self evident or attaching more of these "deserving" gopltes to the county pay roll, until It now has a county pay Hit which would make old Uncle Jawn D. take a second look before he placed a doubtful O. K. on it and the num ber is still growing and will, until next election rolls around when these proteges and hangeis-on will be ex pected to do their "full" duty at the polls for those who put them where Valera nrosldent of tho In-h He-. Itif? the sevenly-socond birthday of . public, who will bo in St. Joseph on 'Mr. Jofferies. Mr. Jefferiea has lived Placed before It in he water worKs . n c afl on uw DEEpLy TOUCHES ohno nnr Mm utrif Mr Torn hike f a-iaa - w w w a The drive for laV"'" ' near Saxton, two of the best known And Growling So Lustily at Hon Armj will "tart ti the High Celt of w,"k w,n b " ' ' im'iion in me oiiou.n memt worthy drive w. i I the hnltlng response . if.thor drives and sh..i i Forty-five blo . , , Living cane, and that the commission would adjourn the further hearing of the cufces to JeffetEon City next weik The arguments ot tlio attorneys for both sides will bo heard nt the state capital. The cate of the street car men's demand for a wage raise in Which the commliwlon sat as a board 'liver an address at 2 o'clock In the same farm for the past forty-throe 'afternoon in the St. Joseph Auditor- years. I'olk l'ryor has resided on the ium. jsimo place since 18G6 and for over I Frank P. Walsh, lately with the fifty years has not only been United States Labor Commlmiion, will Jefferlos' closest neighbor, but accompany 1'reelJont DeValera, and. warmest frlsml. will also deliver an address. Though opposite in polltics- Tho people ot this country are ' Jefferies, a staunch republican. Mr. his YOUR P0CKET300K "," Ami Mabi-a the Cold shivers Ubh asi(fned to the i . oorlrl'h and are m -v fraj. They are Friiil Cruwe. Charles L. I Mr. and checks Tuesday after tlie republican end of tho count) court had acted on it at the expense of tho taxpayers: John IJ. Mohkr, chief engineer, former SI S3, urexent S200. II. C. Dunmlre, chief Instrument ' li.ninn- nrmn.l rrnm th lonin irllm. mover ilisturhed their intimate friend 1 Tho ntt result of tho water works . . ' . . . ... .uitli. lni..iniiiA.I In tliA Tiali m,na. Afr trni an nn.u-.pblnp lln!i1n et of arbitration nan then taken up antl"1" .... ...... . , ,. ,.--.. ... . . - lion at HUH nine unu VAeursiuiin ar juuuivuii nun oai.Miuii hub mt-i im they now arc so comfortably situated. Tliat Um-Iom Department A shining example of thli is shown the present week in that useless but costly appendage to tho county that "Special Highway Department," cre ated by the Republican end of the county court at a tremendous cost to the taxpajers. of the county slpiply from tlie fact that Henry Mejer, county highway engineer who of course U a democrat would not re move his democratic chief deputy at the behest of the R. E. of the C. C. because Robert George, whoso capa bility has not, and is not questioned, was in their way and they wanted a Republican in his place. Tho fact that (leotge's place Is appointive waa tho reason that ho was selected as a target, as the gopltes well know that they will not elect another lepublican to a county offlie and therefore tried 'to take advantage of tho fact that George's office was appointive. Hut they had not counted on .Meyer who stuck and refused and ttlll itfuscs and will continue to refuse to dis miss his able akkUtant because tho republican end of tho county court wants him to to put In a Republi can. When they tound thU scheme would not work, they did not appear to care how, or how much money it cost tho taxpairs of tho county, to they put In an extra highway depart ment, and made It up of Republicans to" gpTto Meer at tlie oxpense of the taxpayers ot Uuchanau county. That Meyer U fullj compttent, and ublo to do the increased work of tho department now that the increased road building is on they do not deny but they put In that "Special High way Department" Just the same. Incrouncd tho Salaries) And they took excellent care to see that all but ouo ot tho new depaitment was a Republican everj going to the trouble to import some of them here which In itfcelf Is not very business-like ot county pride bustaining, when there are plenty of available men here and atari oil them out on good balaitsM paid b) tlie taxpayers of Buchanan county. But tn a few weeks these high sal aried men decided that their services on leas than a dozen mUtu of roads weio wotth moio mone--aud being members in goodktandlng in the gop aimy tho most of them the colonels and majors of the gang got it. Then tlie gop captains and privates In that useless department found out that their chiefs had beuh given moro of what the sainted Mike (Reason ued to call the klnc and they re belled and aked more and their chiefs also decided to ask another bite and some of them gut it. A few of the force were held baok till the ueit rals which will com as i-.xr. as the demand U made for the man, former $140, present $1B0. D. L. Lawler, chief instrument man, 1st month tl3u. C. M. Street, chief rodman, former $70, present $80. lien ISIthe, chief chulnman, $7"). H. C. Knapp, chief chalnman, $70. II. U Kunipei, chief tapeman, $70. llLglua Garry, chief stonographcr. former $70, present $73. .Norman R. Sack, draflMnun, for mer $125, present $140. Harry Mlllei, chief Inspector, $150. J. 11. Lauder, chief inspector, $123. D D Moss, chiof inspector (new), ! $125. Added a "Trifle" Moro It will bo noticed that tho' name ot D. D. Moss appears as one of the $125 per month "Inspectors," of tho eight or nine miles of road that this overworked department la now strug gling to heroically with. Moss Ls a now man and was added to the rolli this month and another $1500 per year added to the taxpayers' budget along with $3,420 moro per annum that tho lncie.iKMl pa rolls will now show since tho Republican end of tho county court acted on tho salary in creawes the last week in September. Oh! gracious to goodness! it has almost been overlooked in tho above recital to glvo the Republican end of tho county court credit duo credit for their able and enprgctlc efforts to reform and retrench for they "shore am. They have worked unceasingly and pcifunctorily, and energetically, and vallently, and unceasingly to save tho tixpaers of Buchanan county money to fulfil their pledges to the voters of the county that tho county affairs should have a Just administration that tho count finances should be faithfully cared for and spent Judic iously and that their best efforts .should be given to seeing that not a dullai of the taxpaers' money was wast, d and that there should be rc- tr nchment and economy. Of course you are holding jour btcath waiting to know how they are teticnching and reforming? Well hero goes they are trying to oust )iob George and George Allison two IJomocrats to offset their "Increased expenditures." hearing was the contention of tho ntlorncy-j for the water company, that tho city ot St. Joseph already owned the water nlant and therefore It devolved upon it to take caio of it ucen a'l''""-'" and make needed betterments and repairs. The attorneys held that the action of the city council had given the plant Into the city's hands. Tho city nf course denied that it had ac quired the plant, and tho public ser vice commission will see what It can do In the matter of finding an owner tary to St. Joseph In order to give as ship and at manv elections they act many peoplo as possible an oppor- as Judges In concert. Tills county h tunity to hear the distinguished vis itor. The following committees have Executive Committee Thomas J. Lysnght, chahman; Geo. Campbell, Thos. V. Rjan, C. A. Uattreall, Wm. It Curtln, James W. Mytton. 1 nomas Norton, A. 11. Duncan, Jams D. Rak er, Hdw. C. Ilurke, D J. Byrne, Thos. I. Waldion. A. V. Thomson. E. M. Hhgau, Stephen A. Tooey, John T. proud of such citizens as Lcroy Jef' ferles and Polk Pryor. Waddles, Q Jones. H A Down Vour &i!nal Column Pacli Walter Bshelman, Is .'. i. Time the 11 im ir the Month Rolls C. L Kennedy, W A. 1!. ! Round and the HiiiwH-tunate II11I ,Vtlllam White, Frank Br . . Wines, L. C Oabbcrt, Glati Collet-tor Makt His Not to be le blrwl l-ll to Von, son. Kmrnett Crouse, Dr. Lei Dr. B. W. Tad lock, II. W. V W F Tlmnane. ti It. Snoi . tkprstt, Sam Hotchklss, I'll i JKFTERSON CITY. Mo. Oct Jicry. lUr Arnhold. Ferd Lv (Correspondence ) How the cost of O II. Quentln. E. L. I u living has cono up In tn years, In iConnett, W P Justice, si, SWEETNESS IS STILL SHORT M1url atlnK taek t0 Juty , p o churchiu. e l. v. r... . . ..... . -... L- 1810. Is indicated l.v the fset that'Mw'- J Bttinter. O. A 1 J IIU diix.h nillllllllll i.ih .ih ncniii i 1. It. I to lljtp Improved Any '1IU Week. hogs on that day had a farm value of F' St' John' A- "'"'. ' tuc nor inn nmmrt. .. onn.nrrf m Cr Hoyle Barrow. W $19.10 the same month and da. lilt, "'". "- oeecner. Tho hotels and restaurants are still the lnrremie Iine las Ox ner nt. neverai otner vaptalns for koeplng tlieir sugar bowls out of states a Missouri Bureau of Labor work Brc to be sight, and it is only by a little shrewd Statistics bulletin constituting advance It v.-as disclosed during tho hearing Dawson- M- J- Kennedy, Martin Shea scheming that tho average hotel or information from the 119 .Missouri nn.l T T 11-lnA. I ....'.-.. ... that tho document bj which tho city enteicd into a contract twenty years ago witn tne water works company, j. n ii.tilnti !... U ... ..1.1. n .. . ' ui . iiiuii l.iiii.' i, iv iii-w iianuiiibt; wan awarded, had been tampered wph. and badly mutilated and changed There could bo a "toi" dug up about this contract and Its "mutilation" had some of the old attorneys who figured In the 1898-9 fight been placed on tho stand and asked a few questions by an "old attorney." In the hearing of the case of the street railway peoplo asking for an 8 cent fare, there was not much dis turbance kicked up, for there Is no one In St Joseph but knows that tho company is entitled to a higher rate of tare and will get it. Along .with the raise in prices, and in the cost of labor and material the most unlearn ed knows that tho old rute-i are ton low- and must of necessity go up. The , rostaurant patron can get a trifle Red Book given out for publication more than tho specified "allowance." today by Commissioner William It The situation has not improved and Leu-is. there now seems to be little relief In The advance In the price per hun- ritKn v. woitDiiv agajj ciTizns When Tred V Worden, who for a goodly period handled sue. -fully the advertising department of id and J. L. Wines. Tho committee on arrangements for nearby towns Is made up of: Thomas I'ltzgerald, Hemple, Mo.; E. A. Allgaier, Eiston, Mo., P. J. ai,,hf hafnrtv tho first of tlio nir ,ii r.r,.i. nt ,.. .....i. a,in. tho 'the Hlrach Bros Dry Goods Co. roaa O'Mallcy. Plattsburg, Mo.; Thomas M 'when the new crop will be on the 'same ten year period was almost as ,ntted with serious cue of "Go most Interesting Ij0wneJ'- Stewartsville, Mo.j Thomas marKet The CoIoraao crop win come marked as that for hogs, amounting We,t" fcvr hl friends told him that Lumminri, .waryviue, .mo: uoucn.in nxt month, hut it la tint lirm'tn ni-i ii i .i ntin tim wouia soon oe back and he bv " ,-" " ---- .., ..... - Graham, Civile, Mo.; Michael E. cnoueh to so very far. It is claimed r.nrann of Thnr RtntlMlm. hnllofln .and st- Joseph, which always looked Quigley. Atchison. Kas.; Edward that tho California crop which is now 'prepared by Supervisor of Statistics, k00'' to him, now appears better than Ilecney. Severance, Kas.; Thomas Luo u torly ,)cr cent hort of normal A. T. Bdmonston. On July 15, 110. evep- Hto engagement with the larg O'liyrne, Sabctha, Kaj.; Thomas Bar- anj ln con-equence thero can be little beof cattle were worth on the farm "t dry s"xl house In Uncoln, Neb., berry. Seneca, Kas.; John Fitzserald, ,rPuef looked for from it when it doc in Missouri. $4.14 per hundred ,,raB entirely succesaful, but when he ueaiue, ias. Inger, Mo. Joseph Sweeney, Hurl- A YEAR IN JAIL Qnlnco Caldwell Fled Vp An i'lalc- uii-l Gets a Sem -noo For It. Old Recently in Kansai City Judgo Ralph I.ttshavr sent Quince Caldwell to Jail for a ear for painting over city counselor put on a number ofian oKl ""'"mobile llcenw plate. Iu witnesfcos to prove that the service J Icltls comlty a Prominent fanner Is wae not up to the standard, but did under arrest, for running a car with not attempt to provo that the fare,out a tae' two of his ne8huors corn- was too low and that St. Joseph was plaining that the man never paid a show up. pounds, and the same day and month rivea a most flattering offer from Many of tho grocery stores are now in 1019 found Uie value Increased to ,h" 1ad'- Department store of this allowing but a pound to a customer. , $10 70. ipiace ne accepted it and is now In but some of them do not even have that much. WILL PAY MORE TAX nsirvi n .a Via .. a W . j . . . Tlie ilent Iiiitww ;.. u. .... .rra.,rK . , . , . ,. department for that popular and rau- Durlng the ten year period constd- ,,., "u p ered veal calves went up from tt.il 'Mli' T"Wing dry 80"J', Port oer hundred pounds to $12 30 sheen I""3 " f. Fred's ' " Stad Ittlat lie In KanL. l . e . . ,..- i j .-I" ""- " wfc. Tax Boolcs An- Now Read and the."""' "' Jtr """" oounus ku iv.titi; iambs tram 5.l psr imnureil Gathering In of tho Colli ". 1I.H Coiiiincnoctl this nitT0.v bank qUcai: Iii the litt ot banks oUUjsii,imfmiy the neatoa Bank of Craig makes a uual ln the bank statement lsaul one of tho few cities In the union that now- has a five cent fare. He left that for someone else presum pounds to $13.0; wool from 1$ ewtlej a pound to S3 cents; milch cows from I When the bond elections were bo- '$42.69 to $49.80; cabbage from $1.27 ( Intf linlrl llip farvlil unit nfirenlrlniT nnr hnni1rl nnnnila tn 11 XA find orators told the people that there ! ordinary dry white beans from $231!'" teW womb. R .howlns; that la re would be no Increase is tixes or per hundred pounda to IS 00 imarkable for a place the atse ot Craw , .. -., ' .:, .... I ., . .. t. land with two banks ln the town .1 1 in rn ii 11 1 1 1 nunii tt hot-as vmnii iv non 1 1 ni iiiiiv rnin in rumv wnirn ncnHsiBia 1 - " - - license, while they had to fay or bo' taxpayers step up to Collector ' ed In farm value tn Missouri during t,bat' The issued show, f u- I)unisheiJ' v I Porter Srlte's window they c-n easily the ten years was the ordinary work-!1" HtaXoa Bnk' 1an deposits of in many parts of the state tax determlne the truth of the orators. lmj hor,e, the prl(.e per he3d fl4ll,nl w.M IT. and time depoH,u ef dodgers are "splitting" the tags, using The street railway peoplo showed ono on ono car tho otlK'r " another- by their books, records, nml tH.'LP to October 1, 233.060 owners had inony tliat they could not operate un dcr present conditions and mako bet statements. A big force of men ln County Clerk 1 the same month and day. ll, III AA - -. . - - from $14S on July IS. 1919. to 1109. j """ B "" ' aepoaiis or 62.- ojv i 1 Mr isa. rieaton. the mhi,r The I 1 bought license platoe, and Secretary 'of State John L. Sullivan had turned pay of employes. The will render a decision the next few dajs. 'Good Koads fund" the e commission. """ " """ ln this case lrT1.6S2.4S0.50. If there sjm was of no a aieii a ev s... (s 1 Art Terrel's offle hss enmnlAtMl tho outbrsak of the rnir fallal tn hrln irrr anown nne work of extending the tax books, and 'much of a rally for the average worth j11' Fmera Bank of Ualthvnd at thev were turno.1 over tn Cnllwfnr of hones On Jnlv IS lAli th. .v.i"1 ln ,he eUnty With total del me Bank of starteil tlio work of collecting the lax. 'and from then on the vn i.r!ra v w,ro wnB t"1'1 4't1 terments. nrvv dividends. ..,,1 ,.,!.. t. Into the trAsury to the use of the ., ., ,, .... i. .o nri-.. , .v. ,.r of MTT.4M M, , t v ...., .... v. .. t-ii w .uwiiuu; v tttttt uu 1 cutirnuaj tv j Qu tiiisssviti a 44 nut lit tts4V -.! l "dodging" if everybody paid this sum would be materially In. leaded. JOHN MORRIS' BIG YEAIf.s WORK John W. Morris, superintendent of the State Free Employment bureau, closed the books Tut-sday for the ., . , I ... ., for the state public utllltkh commls IIOlMCi: SWENDsEN ACCUSED OF IORGHllY Horace Swendson, who dresses like a fashion plato and who claims Chi cago as his home base, was arrested b) the police In the Bank of Buchan an County Wednesday while attempt ing to cah a check on an Elgin, 111 , bank foi $SG0 made payable to hlm- helf. He had previously tried to cash I Persons placed In work during tho another for $ bank, on th had purchased ail Interest In a garage exceeded the number filled by 431. STRKirr CAR .MEN'S WGE IN CREASE f It icqulred lets than three hours During the months of October, JCo- continued to decrease until the price vember and Decembor taxes may bo of $115 per head was reached July, pild at par A penalty attaches lit IE, 1917. Then, came a slight rally January. with the average worth of horses reaching on July It, 181s. $12! And i$31MC44, and the Zook te R bank of Oregon, fourth with of $3iti,2l7 20 In deposits Ids His mil of ! Hill seventeenth year of the existence of the buipnn hnrn. with Ihu uiilimllnti 1 ,tl,v..l um,.l,...a .n lli.l. nnnlin. of the best report that the bureau ., ' ,' , . , . , , . , tlon for a further raise In wages. A has ever made. The report shows ..... , , . . ...... ..... Louis labor .ulvocate pfsonie.l the that for the year Supt. Morris had . , . , , , . . .. . ral,e of the men, and asked that tho i ,. . , .,.. . rates of pay bo increased from 3S, ivvhich number 16,334 wore men and , . , , . ., r, , . . , '40 and 42 cents per hour as at the 1,833 were women There were 1,328 hour for an approximate 9 Sj hour n.U'YS WILL TOUR THE WORLD now comes the towest price ln ten On January IB Mr. and Mrs. Gra- years, that which prevailed on July ham O. Lacy, Miss Kllen Tootle Lacy IS, 1918, when the average was $10 i ,,n, v.. -i.j, ... i.t:i. .uuuti j-.ai i. U49. fclon to hear the case of 'the street ,, -.v r t .. t . , . , j and Graham G. Lacy, Jr. will leave per head. Vancouver. B. C. for a tour around ,mcr nml ojilPkcns the world. This is to be a tour for j The pr,ce of CttUolU(1i from whnh pleauire and education, as Mr. Lacy cottonseed oil. a commodity now In says, and he proposes to havo it lait'Kreat a,maBd for cooking prepara as long as sl months. Mr. I-acy has Uatw, advanced nearly S0 per cent secured the needed passport and u'durln the ten years m question. On co-npieung nie arrangements for the JuIy lti ml, c6Uonseed had thaitic nrGrikiTiosfs u St'SPKXDEJJ The council chamber was t . t.l Monday night with Jitney drivel iti.l taxi men, all Intent on having; U new traffic regulations placed in the ls card After a groat amount of ora tory had been expended, the eoun.i! requested Chief Moore to call off the new regulations until such time as an investigation should disclose wb" was beat, an '. that was done From I Tuesday morning there an AV- $960 drawn, on a Chicago month of September, and tho number """" t ; ";"!, n'l'"1'' wWch W,U ,ake ln a" 0f the "" v'e " Pr ton in , r morn,n th " .,....im,, .h h'of openings listed with tho bureau . " eIC" menvput on tne c(1untlHtt npe)le), to be tmVersed to ..th.t n,i .-a ..- .... , ivou-pleaae movement of vehicle of ' i ... .... . stand ono of their fellow emuloves ., . .... .. .... . .-....... .. -... ..u .. ,.,, 4., vimA- -- ,h , , . , cireumuavisBie inw oig rounu wona joio. thU oomtwlitv ha j..,.,tr" " " "" ""' W.a to $G4.S0 per ton. here, which the bank officials found j There is a general shortage of la- waft not so. bor at this time, according to Super intendent Morris, and farmers espec ially aro experiencing difficulty in obtaining help hT. josepu virrnm.vARV col lege BANNER i:NIU)LllirST .Matriculation for the fall semester . of the St. Joseph Veterinary college -ro HARD SURFACE WlNTiniOP closed Wednesda) with 15S students ! ROAD enrolled. ThU, is a gal nof twenty -j The application to hard surfueo and five ovor-tho total enrollment of lost paNe the St. Joseph-Wlnthrop load, year, which was the record. The 'a distance of 20-7 miles In this coun- preMiit grtat enrollment is a decided, tj, was approved b) compliment to President R. C. Moore and his able asxIMants, who have stand ono of their fellow employ who has a wife and eleven children ot ou ami he conclusively proved that his salary of $120 per month would not support them all handsonu y. but this testimony was rather battered when the attorneys fer JUDGE HAYNKS DECIDES AD-VKRSELY Butter went up from St cents a pound, the farm price August 1. 1909. to 39.2 cents a. nound th aftm. mittitla Judge W. II. Hayses, who had been .., ., , ,,- ,.. . She street retained by the Republican end of the .,..-. , rallvv-av made him mimli aW h had .. . """ avance irom HJ cents a - ewmii)- court vo aive an opinion as to ttrevta. of Dtputy Treasurer pound. August 1. l0t, te 2M cents a pound, the same month and day In The IHimWe I'main made this college one of the best and also tho most widely known tn the West. IIUXTUR HAD A LIVELY TIME When Byion Hunter, it live stock commission man at the local yards, put hU oar In his garage late Wednesday night and -stepped out side, he was suddenly grabbed by a man who stood outside ln the dark- neruri The fellow hud a gun which the state high- ... farp . way hoard Thursday The amount of aid to bo received for tills road will be $409,000, tho road when com pleted to have cost $818,000, ot which ono. oi ins uaugnters nqpr lining a the lefrality po-Hion ui w per mjunui ine ap0rBe jj. Allison holding hta preMint ... commission took the mallei- under Rd- 1MVlrti, whUe a member of the state. ' vlsement. and will rend a decision iBBij.turB. on sinndav nve tho o,.rt , U n1..rt ...lV. .1... ... .A. 1 l... -...,.. . . TllO PMBBinil hilt ImiwirtkBl MM.'. "" -" "" wiui-w"' ' niti version by the decUlon that Alliwwi I -.. . - to an1 respeciej young bualnesB m.n cents on the farm in southeast Mis souri, August 1, 100$. to 3: S eonta a MKNItY V. imrtUSG CIJU4JKD UY ftTII i it was wiw surprise and m rrw 'that the many friends of Henr- Vv duelling heard on Saturday the he had aiet with an accident, and this feeling was ac-oatuated Sunday ufci-n j It was announced that ha had pssw-.l i ... . - .. mvmr iiV ww oue OI (AS Enoal BtfliU- HKV. IlUOAimUItST ITi i.Ls AT HOME - wax not legally entitled to the place if he held II eves that Allison does. w tne cy jne riMoraj occurred at the family home on Dewey atenun Wednesday and was tamely attended bound. August 1. 1919 Th. lowt';:z-7Jlr.w!:,?!?aBwlev, ReV. Chaiifei N. Brodhuitft. Who is nntifniiirnriMUVT: iiaiiihmt nrire, far onftnn .lurinc , aiA. I " M Ofli MB1U --- iuirft n vui it Mia inttiii itwpnrtn ,----- -. ... ,....- vsv vivfiii nueiiauaii coum) win pay nan. irom now Installed as pastor of Hundley, T)lrOT1gi, the entTKy all(l eo9d WOi.k years Included In this treats was . ,-uu.vuv, uu., .,Bue. ine roau Methodist church. TwenU -lLnd and tlle M Jo,th department. , " 1. 1915. it then being worth ,n .u utr u, uunt-, aim win ue uhuhiui). Is feeling right ai home des- uk e eighteen feet wide. Hln,er Clergy. Albert Meadows and '' the farm in southeast Missouri pile his absence of a do' It spent ill i-,.lt u .-.,,. o., ..ni k,.,i, anlv 8.1 cents, hut Smnt.m.r i mi other parts of the field n which he robb,r9 wtl0 ,,',,, off A roBbry .,nt saw thU Maple at tt. hlh.t' price" T.al """.," 1" T"' ,?,aW4"g the remains of his parents. nil! MA.YsO.Vs 1IADLY HI'ItT Monday aftern.on while 3. H Max- Rv- in Astoria. Oregon, a short time ago, reached rtnsa the clu of the Civil t I70S South Twenty-firs 4rt. un. .u.iiu. i .iu.i Mi,i,ij iiii.ii nas neen especially a'iive tne comtve rarm, as it Is best Broadhurst meets old frimds every ...1.1..1. ...i ,i.. ,.-i,. t.aa war Pnuianc uu fcu- hi .... known, two miles east of St. Joseph, day that he made when J as pas- ,.. a.XetX here mi Sunday night ' o the farm August 1. 11 J. r M2r"'h "" U" sum" were driving a'mg QarfieM Avenue which for the past ) ear has been own- tor )ears ago of the Pat-.- Park am, Mond,y TOOrnlng. and are now nd $!. 0 August 1. 1919 Swtet frightened tt a pasatag Keek fUn.l he tried to use but Hunter wrestled lxi b)' Mrs- Mary Shepherd and her church which lie built. 'Vh.e al,ent heia ror 0run ,tWe.. j8rt of u,e potato. August 1. 10J. had a farw ' T , .'" , rn w' Ua"''r ciuiuren, was on vvednesda) sold by lie built the Methodist hunh at i..,. nflnu t.,.,.i .t. worth nf tec . nu ,j ,, ...., 1 """"' "" ""' stmui w iuv- . n wp uv It away from him, but in the struggle was on Wednesday sold by he built the Methodist hunh at oM $;M00- -v.as found on them. it was discharged, badly burning one thc I,av, Dro8' to A' J' "eJ,hon and Ill u I,ort' ono ot he '" this cler. u a gt JOfcC,ph l)reJuct. of Hunter's hands The would-be ",H "-"'-'aw.. 'ya uonraa, tne lat- part or tne country, and has built taxpayers pay the bills dontoherknow. rohber escaped. !tor of Kll,Jer. Mo- There are 459 churches at other places. He con- Patee Market house in being re- worth of I9S.J tenw, 1. 1919. $2 01 per buehel. iii cars Both we.e badly Uurl, Mrs. ix4B differing a frUire of Uie I The government mmU wld by the ku" " o' tajWea. and he a bad. And here Is how the new payroll! - .acres in the farm and tho consider- eluded a most satisfactory Daatorate painted and refurnished, to aeeownio- St Joseph postotfke have irrivwl ind ""nna "' tne rtftxa Hoth Mere takeu for the useless department looked 1 The ajhlctio cud of Central High ation ln the sale of Wednesday was at Moberly. but preferre 1 return date the various orgMnizations which are now benig distubutei by paite. '- bon.ital. Telr horse was killed whin the' 'boys' received their school celebrated "color day" Triday. $91.800. to St, Joseph his first real lor. will have off.tes there, lpot. " ll! J'' tohad. saisess!?- && mA.