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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920
'l.'HlMlfeU' "J-J I ' x I y o f... ! V i aS- ih .-a "l IlltlltlltlltlllllltllllllllltllllllllllllllllllU I Oscar A. Pash j 822-821-820 ricderlck Ac. Wall Paper and E Furniture Wo have addcsl a lino of Furnt- E ture to our Wall Paper business E and Invite you to call on us when "5 In need of any furniture, and E E promise tho s-imo courteous treatment In our new venture. IO.A.PashI E 822-821-820 rrcilerlrk Avo. HllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllR For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fail Consult DR. S. D. FRANCIS 720 rclli St., St. ofcseph, Mo. Expert In tho Treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Blood. Skin and Pelvio Diseases of Men and Women. I glv a (10 Examina tion Tree. "606 and 914" Administered Intraienoasly for Blood Disorders CimONIO DISEASKS I treat successfully Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Can cer, Growths, Tumors, Enlarged Glands, Pimples, Epilepsy, St. Vitus Dance. Palsy, Dyspepsia, Lumbago, Sciatica, NeurlUo, Paralysis, Deafness, Goitre, Rheumatism. Dropsy, (Jail Stones, Varicocele, Stricture, Hydrocele. Rupture, Trostrate Gland. Bladder and Kidney Troubles, Female Weakness Piles, Fistula aud Rectal Af flictions. I employ In my practice all the latest Serum. Vaccine Antitoxins, Bartering, Intraven ous Specific Remedies and the latest and best appliances for the speedy cure of stubborn disease. HONEST TREATMENT Ton pay for results only. Ho false hopes or promises, but perman ent, lasting cures. Consultation and Examination Froo. All Dealings Confidential. Hours 0 a. m. to 8 p. nt. Sua days; 10 to 1. Phono Slain 2567. Come Join the crowd of grateful patients 'who are flocking to my treatment rooms dally. Invest for Good Health. h A, JOHNSON MiaiCHANT TAILOR A Fine Stock of Goods for your selec tions. Unatonable Prices, First class workmanship guaranteed. Repairing and pressing department In connec tion. Phone Main 2S6SJ. 813 Felix Street St. Joseph, Mo iTHE Hesse Building Material Co. Agents tor SoTiflower Portland Cement iXSO DEALERS IK COAL. Phone Main 1057 DR. KULLMANN "OLD n.CLIABLE.' For Years In St. Joseph. Rectal and Chronic Diseases, Piles, Fistula and Fissure. Will Guarantee my Curable Chronic Cases. Try your Family Doctor until you are satisfied he cannot cure you then I wilt take jour case, cure or no pay. This applied only to Chronle Disease. Office and Sanitarium, 1107 I'llEDKUICIK AVENVB ED HART STRIKES A SOUTHERN CURIOSITY (Continued from Pago One) tlo of tho Civil War was fought. It contains 3,200 acres and has 28 miles of paved roads with monuments and tnblets showing tho position where various troops were located during the siege. Tho ground Is very hilly, very much like the river hills north and south of St. Joseph. The country Is a series of terraces and contains 16, 600 of our honored dead. Tlic Rush for Ciikt At New Orleans wo had some de lightful days visiting the parks and races and taking a boat trip around tho harbor which was crowded with IS NOT IMPRESSED WITH VACCINATION (Continued From Page 1.) him. Ho said: "It expanded tho body but vv-a.1 very straining on tho cyca" "It Took" In Iarnl I was vaccinated in 1S7S. "It took," settled In my eyes, and I have been n sufferer from the poisonous, filthy, loathsome, damnable stuff over since. For that, reason If not from observing tho effects on others, 1 claim the right to express my thoughts. "Away back yonder," as they say in North Carolina, snmo smnrt Alee made the dlscoviry that a person suf fering from what the doctors, in this CONGRESSMAN KING UNBURDENED HIS MIND Because He Pairl a 212 Per Cent Profit on Corn Beef and Cabbage AND A LIKE AMOUNT ON OTHER STUFF shipping. All tiassenger boats going, enlightened age are pleased to dexlg to Cuba wcro reserved two weeks in ' a 'social disease," were immune ndvance. At Mobile we found the'fr'n tho attack of smnllpot, so he shinning Interests greatly Increasing: I caught an old row. told her to back pome representatives of a Japanese I up her foot, scarified her udder., .ami freight line were there arranging for dockngc. The affect of the Panama Canal Is beginning to be felt on all our gulf ports. We went on board a big freighter loading with lumber and cotton for Manchester, Hngland the present price of cotton has made money plenty with the southern plant ers and all lines of business Is good. .. Furragiit's Famous Fight On the bay here was fought one of tho biggest naval battles of the Civil War. At Pensacola, we visited the Naval Station, the Aviation field, Fort Rarrancas built about 1807 and the old Spanish fort San Carlos built about) 1750 only In Use now as a signal station. The present Tort Pickens on an Island contains all the armament, and guards the entrance to the harbor. A new ship ready to launch was on the wajs, at the ship building plant here. Cotton, lumber and rosin Is shipped from this port. The city Is perfectly flat and laid out with wide and well paved streets. Reached Land or Pure Delight So by short Journeys we have reach ed the land of grape fruit, oranges. tangerines, roses, hyblseus and polu- In Conwn.iioiiru of Which Ills Dander III I'll and He Wnt Before Ills ColleuKucM In Coiign-vs and IJx Moulded to TIiiiii a l'cvv of the IHidnmcnlal Principles Which lie Claimed I'liderlle I lie lljl.ll.s of I'lofiKi'ltt. ltrpreemtntlvc King of Illinois, cy. hauted by his statesmanlike labors, descended to the house restaurant In the national eapltol the other day nnd proposed to refresh himself on a por tion of corned-beef anil eabbage and no chicken and lettuce sandwich. That Is not as lntereting a begin ning ns " 'Hull. said the Dudleys." tmxaVWX;&Wr,MA.WWrazr2SST!Xi:l,..HtUUi Sae Great Remodeling The decided increase in the volume of our business during 1919 has made it ab-olutcH necessary for us to enlarge our premises in order to take care of our trade. It gives us great pleasure to inform our customers that we are. adding on the store building next to ours and remodeling both into one. This will give us room enough to ac commodate more people and this we have felt the need of. We began our great Remodeling Sale yesterday. During this sale we will of for as founding values in Men's, Ladies' and Children's Wear. Following arc only a few of the countless bargains: Injected a doe of osyphalus. .. "It took." Her udder became a hot bed of Inflamatluu, pustules formed, spent their force, became sabs, and thus the great sciential made the discovery of the vaccine that is now m:cou,nt nldo for nearly all the Ills that n mnnlty is now cursed with When our brys were drafted to go acryss the water and fight the Germans, thej in-i'u ,i buuuu wie Hiiuin-Kuji on- , ,.,,, ., ., . . ui iv. in uu, Ki'init' ir nr maiiari. gade, that was far more dangerous!. , .,,,, . . ... ., " I The tale hath Intenst lor the than nil the machine guns. lydite, ' ,., , ,,, , ., , . , , " .. - rllOP.f fIP Inn Itrrllt llinrlinun tt;iu t.fn- ented together with the viands, and , tin wearied statesman's horrified eves nail invented ir,,rn,a.i ,,,, .u., ,,, ... ..,., ...IJJ i , .,- u... .UK. V.JJ ou cet.ls for tho cornel b.ef and cab KTI KIIIDI.VAUV V.I.IT IN ladiiv coats A lot of high grade Coats, made of fine heavy winter fabrics, such as all wool velour, silver tone, broadcloth, chelot and mixtures. They are all tun length, oelted or loose-linrk models. some fur trimmed: up to values; on sale at... .:'.??.. $29.50 oiu:vr iii:i)i'tnoNs i.v orn Miiirr di:pautmi:nt One lot of Ladles' .Sample Skirts, newest spring styles, mostly plaids, good sines, valu up tin a.i, on sale at A benutlful assortment of Coats made of silver tone, Pom l'om and novelty plaids, fur collars; also sport coats. In plushes, hllvertone and oth ers, just tno thing for earl spring, up to J3" 00 aiiies. on sale Only one to a customer Other llotliRvd Acconllngly. S4.95 S3.95 at $19.95 mustard gas, hand grenades and nil other "hell raising" par.iphenalla that tho Hermans These boys were made to -tand, at at tentlon In line, with their bodies b.ned ,1 baee. and 34 cenla for th uandwkhM .i.u. n i i ii. .... ...... , , " l ll """" "' "l"1 JKU 'V""-"--!' out here In Omaha we have grown fellows went along with their little UCOUBtomod lo such OXJCtlonii nni1 wiuiri-gtins and fnot ai.out i.int. dir- uIjmU wUnout m )Vol), leient Kinus oi serums into tiieni. it their lodlt were strong enough to JnMra(, of ,)Q UbJ? , fol, an(, IB tlir(ir off tin ltifnrnmi i1or(iPtl.nn It.. ..-. ''i ' inp: u.o prk-o no pieca u.Ahe paicJ they wero prunuuncM fit to fluht the w- ..--i... tv,-.,,, . . , CJernians. Thono who could nut taml .tin . - -.-t-C . limait, to a nolgnuorins druff mure. wiu i.tu-wi. uu -.tiL-vi ui iuirin, vi fJt.-.. u t..1 W -j.. .. i tic - imu kllY lUW PttJIIB oi. UUt 1111. Bl uj wiXTi tho po:it!eman fi.; Galpa-ur. "a i aj w? .I't, down to u' ceirrulTy -?, urama a'ud n TdtuM. OH ftlT MliiifhPMrv'a wr'lM.S? i.ngeruiB uen.n. or u. oeeonw jue prw Thea h. . o,ltt-d nearby Uettert tanus) spinal mcnlnsltls or Hlmlred diseases, wore rent home to dlo a cettas. rish for the flshermnn- ciimil of the smilrt-gun brigade nftor It.dlti- i.. ,. ,.,.j,. . ... 21 i - , .-.jiT-to bugu twiiui are purveyeu in a for the hunter, and golf for the golfer, banded and its members had IntHvklf y,,.,. ntu et3tte. After that lie " On this trip we have had for breakfast " """ " " warnin::. "ur..,,,.,, , Ule ot .M oxpett grits, browned snow bird and uuall Siw Hones has leturned to private eeountant ' ' qua on toait tho first of either I hae tasted since last winter, nig grape fruit soli here for S cents apiece or 20 rents per dozen, and o)hcr fruits, vegetables and sea foods on the same bails. Po with the best of nil, the bright sunshine every day, we are not only conserving fuel but giving old II. C. of I., a run for his monev. K. I. HAKT. While most of us fall to admire a poor loser, there are exceptions. For instance, there was the young man from Ilolden, who rubbed tho tiger fur the wrong way In a Sedalla gamb ling don nnd lost $1,150. Did he say nothing but go home with his head a-hanglng? Did he go to the police nnd squeal? He did not. He went out and got himself a gat, with which he returned to the gambling place. When he poked that gun Into the faces of the fellows who got his life and taken up his old nraK'ticc." I am opposed to vaccination. UOBT. I. YOL'IIf'. tit. Joseph, Jan. 21, 1920. mi'iti: was .vo dofbt of ir An Indianapolis lawjer who h'ln accountant. 1 nbunlent'il ills 'toal i Thrreupo i M.v '!. retur.ie ti tho house of reprea ltit'wa, p-ine! the InduU.uit nttent.03 of Mr Ci'r- man, and unburdened Irs soul In a wild outburst of sons;. The materials j! Ccats of llaccoon Cloth. Muskrat Cloth Ile.iver ette and I'xyptlan plush, worth up (p- A AC to J27.no; on sale at d)JL4t-.7D We Ihm- about 75 CimIh in odd number", one of a kind A splendid assortment of stvles and colors, up to J.'U.OO values, H'Ip ill :..".' $8.95 .MPId: DIU,(-sl. whlrh we are putting out at remarkably low prices. They are all good spring Ht)les, consisting of serges, trlcotlnes. velvet, ,li""v, (nffeft combined with georgette, char meue and georgette, jirlres ranging from $25 In J4f, durlna our remodeling sale nt SI 1.0.1, MSI' iiimI Jt.7.". You should take advantage of this npportunlt) lo purchase an up-to-date, we'1-msde dres nt Filch low prices. Come early before the sixes are broken. o".-r. i.r or cniMmi'vs coats si?es 2 to in to $S On values, Qj qj t e of velvet, corduroy and curry cloth. a Mi-r!i'rr. sw)rti!:t or ciiii,imi:vs DPRSSFS n serire. velvet and corduroy, good lr' re -u'ar prlres $C95 to J1SU0 pn sa'e nt . Sl.OS to SS.')." We h-.ve nh m K0 Fill Suits, mostly large sizes: i"'i" very ood for early sprin1; wear, piires reduced to l-.l on I.UMr.S' A.VD MISSUS' AM, WOOI, SF.nOF JIIODV KliOFSI'S Sizes 1 to 44; Jr) 31 values: on sale at One lot of Ladles' silk and voile Wash Waist? $3 50 values on sile at S1.03 Hlouses of beaded fieorgette. also tailored in black, white and flesh. $6.9" values, on salo nt SI.O." OPTING FI,AN.Vi:i. PITTTtCOVrS In light and dark colors, up to $1.49 values, 7Q on Kale at I iC Cnill.DItKN'S sWRTKIiS Small sizes onlv as- wirted colors, values up to $1 95. On sale at IiDII' NI MIS" US' SWIITi:itS All slcs up to $5 00 values, on sale at lir.VfiliOV APHOXs in light and dark i-olrrs- large sizes, $2.25 values, on sale at 'Only one to a customer t IjMJIIV WOOl, 1'AllItIC MI.K HOSU- 75e values, on sale at, fQ per pair 0?C I.XDIUS Itllllir.D FNIOV St'tlS-Long sle vrs also Dutch mck and half sleeves. $1 50 values rn sleiit. .. (Only 2 to a customer ) 35c Dreys OINOIIA.MS, prettv patterns, OQ on sale, per yard ... tC SF.i: Ofll NTAV SPUINO SI'ITS before run hu, as we are sure to save you money on vour Suit or Coat. New men handlse is arriving Onlv. The models and shades are charming Prices $25.00 to S0I).."iO ...95c -All sItcs S2.95 irk ol-rr S1.49 !( 9 98c As the quantity of advertised goods If not Urr'tles and In crder to give personal shoppers the c-nsY. tilon, v. tha I not be able to fill phone or mall orders on these goods. In some lnsuui'-es wo .".til h.ivt to limh a definite iuuntit to each customer it, specified. !, . ff ,1... ..nMMB.l I..A. ? n.-.T Al.t. . . ' dies many divorce caos in the county .,.,,,. ij . I , , , , which It was propoFeJ to tc. him B0 h courts, w.ih apprniehed the other day .,..', F, i , ... ,.m i))Iitvn,s' llp Informed Uie houke, cot.ll liV n mm lin n.'itniiiitl t..t lfWt,WTff. II. i 1T' ' Viwl 8.03 cents, and tho materials of the,a-!u dlvor.-e proceedings ugaltist his wife.'.. ,,.,-. . . . ? f nu t 2&rrnr srindivi'ii nnut J..s nnnta "I want to find out ,f I wve, AftM. alIowUlB leMamM I00 I)e"r grounds for a divorce." he Infoimedi ,. ,.. ' , ..... ... ' . ii6 " .v, ,,. er, , Ills, lit? the attorney on entering his off 're. "Are j, 011 married?" the lawjer asked. "Wlij-. j't-s, of course," responded the client. "Then jou have grounds," the at torncj" said. When Itert Hojt of Jnpllu, uofd to tump over the fences of both perfect and Imperfect stranger. without money, they lost no time In shoving stopping to Inquire which they wore'. It back to him. vith an eager look In his eyes and' 6 1 minnow t-elne In his haud, people used to tap their he-ids and remark that unless he was out for exerole Illchard H. Miller, a St. Louis art ist, has been awarded the first con tract for Interior decorations of the new btate capitol ot Missouri. He is to furnish two mural paintings for tho senatS chamber and will receive $12,164 for the same when they are completed and accepted by the com mitteo 011 decoration of the building. Itcpubllcans are uneasy at the Presidents calmness about tho treaty. 1-e was wasting his time. But the ether day Iloyt sold one of hU col lections of butterflies and moths for $1,500 and now U assuring the wor ryer!" they needn't worrj- that ho is plentv able to pick a living out of the air. Ojivot,:tf ."lilikit .Square 209-211 IVIli street. SBsraEtSEKnaanssr; Store St JoM-pli, Mo. THE LAW AND MINISTRY 'A Clash Thai Cume H.luevn Tho-s- showed tlint on the corned beef and e.tbbaje the net profit was 212 per cent, and on the sandw.ih 20 per . .I,,.. c ... .. ... . ... ,-..i. vi lills miuhmik u. una ne Th(, ,aw ani, Ule lnlnll,tr clashed Tv.o Powerful Forces on the MlMntll. dellvi red a speech so Imp.sfsloned. so at Ht Joseph last Morday morning nt v.-m-.u. Ul KUUii cryMuiiine ciqruy 1;30 0-cXoci j;i v. jm, Carpenter and eompeling logic, that It t-hould paftr of New liberty lHptlst church, have moved even the Ilou of Kip , waiting In St. Joseph for the VOn WtllL-l.t til wii-lfr n,l lii.ltmisnl "" """ Hl,""",u- ftrnt Hreet car when two officers ap- Post Office Fixtures Are Made in St. Joseph, Mo. Send us your plan and let us quote you our price action. P.ut It did not. On motion of Mr. Heart, the matter w ,s defly re- ,u!flll. ,ooU ,llac. ipro.uhcd him. The following de ferred to the Fteering t otnmlttetsi for tnvesiig.itiod and report, whereupon the linui-e went onAvlth its six-months old Munt of doing notli'njc. The P.1-.1I Point Hut the leal point of this moving tnle Is not that tho prices were such an they wore, or that the house did "Quit kicking that sack," said the Ipreacher to the officer. "There are groceries in there." "Qrooer'esT" "Ye, BToeerle." "Where did you get groceiies this time of tho tnorntnjf"" Hop- They Will Keep Them The 4,500 anarchists who were ar- They have a burden on thulr shoulders rexted by tho federal government lust and must carry It even though It galls Friday ought to be happj-, as they wilt them. The case Is all the worse with 'get freo transportation to I'.ussl.i, them because there are no really big, 'where they can live under the soviet strong mun In their number. Milan I rulo of Lenino and Trotsky. Si van- Standard, nah Ileporter. KXKCUTOIt'S -VOTICU Notice is hereby given that Letters, Testamentary, upon the estate of Kmll Pischker, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, by the Irobate Court of Huchanan County, SI labour I. bearing date of the 29th day of De cember, 1919. All persons having claims against bald estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any ben efit of such estate, and if Bald claims be not exhibited within one year from tho date of the publication of this notice, they will be" forever barred. A true copy. Attest; lIliltMAN K. SKOabUND, Executor. Fred M. Wanger, Clerk of Probate. Itussla was better off as a bear Im itating a man than as a man Imllat inc a bear, Kansas City Post. 'JlllllltllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli: Notice to the Public! Binswangcr Rrcatl Wrappers are now good for S. & H. Trading: Stamps. The price has not been raised, nor the quality lowered, hut besides giving a trading stamp with each wrapper, we are baking the same loaf of bread that has no peer on this market for purity and quality, and is healthful, nu tritious and wholesome. SAVE THE WRAPPERS, they are good for Stamps. We are serving a noon lunch, Sandwiches, Salads and Hot Coffee, Chocolate, Cocoa, etc., with our Bakery Goods, all day, from 7:30 a. m. Our New Store is now" open. We solicit your, patronage. , Binswanger's 1 "Friends jtave them to me " nothing to reToim them. It la that! "That, will do to tell tho Judge. the house restaurant is not a private- I come, with tie." ly owned, profiteering concern, but "N'othln' doin'; they're groceries that it Is owned and managed by tho'ami it-.,.y are mine, and friends gave house itself, with Ppeiker (itllette Its tinm to me: pass on." ex officio maltre d'hotel The house restaurant has no rent to pay, as we understand it, no light bills, no In- Hut the law- would not pats on. ' Soundu fishy," continued the law 'Four o'clock In the morning, two' surance, and its one ambition, so far gunnjMicks, groceries, friends gave ns fUcul policj" I concerned, Is to . "break even." Us furnishings nre not ornate. Its sonde u neat but by no means guudj-. If, under such circumstances, the best the houxe of representatives can do is to serve S cents worth of corned Ixef and cabbage to its own members for 50 cents, and 4Vj cents' worth of chicken sandwich for 35 cents, what, we ask you now,- ean be expected of tho profiteering restaurant In priv ate life, who has to pay a pretty pen ny for rent, lights, heat. Insurance, etc., before ho can begin to lay up a penny of profits? Is it that the huuao runs its own private business no better than it runs the country's business? Or what? r. ' We pause, without hope, for a re ply. Omaha World-Herald. DELICACIES 120 SOUTH FIFTH ST, niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuuiiuaisr Happiness reigned In the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Bottger of St. Louis. On January 14 they wero to celebrate their fifty-fourth year ot mnrried life. Bottler walked Into the kitchen suffering an acute attte't ot nephritis, and fell unconscious. Mm. Bottyer ran to him. Tho shock wua such that she eolUpsed in a chair, Mm. Augusta Weiso, ft. daughter, found them. Both were unconscious. MTxTJottsrr aiod at 7:S0 o'clock and Bottler died a few houra later. The husband vu eighty-one years old; the wife icventy-oa. them to j-oti. ha, ha: that's good " "Ll'ten," urged the minister. "I am a Baptist preacher. Jut got off the Burlington. My congregation gave mo a shower of groceries and 1 am taking them home." With these remarks Kev. Carpenter showed some identification cards and letters He also had his sermon note book with him and told them he would preach the same sermon to them that he had. I the night before In his pulpit. "Pass on," said the law, "we're sat isfied without the sermon." Tho New Liberty people had com pletely stocked up their pastor with many good things, among them fresh meat, a chicken, fifteen Jars ot fruit, lard, butter, eggs, honey, beans: and well, about everything that goes with a good Holt county thower to a pas tor. Mound City XewB-Joffersontan. Wc will sell the lock boxes if so desired M ki Sm' The Fixture Makers Just tell us what you need and we will do the rest M& ... !tt&f&U&S444!i if 8-- TgrwivH'i mI'j ir rr.'i fwr ' mr St. Joseph, Mo. Klsht thousand dollars in gold coin and a quantity ot paper money has heen dug from the Jewelry store of Leoney Rccht, which burned Chrlsi mu day. Itecht never trusted banks and kept large amounts concealed In his store. The paper money was con tained in a simple tin box. but some how escaped the heat and was not Injured. The destruction of the Recht building and the one adjoining It re move! the but two frame buslaeu places; here. The Jewelry store was built by Recht Btxty-four yean ago. U had residence rooms adjoining and abo e the stun room U' ht hud uti poit 1'ulej through thi floor of his deeping porch room with the view of shooting down through them Into the store at any intruder who might at tempt robbery As a further protec tion the buildinr " nw ,deU with heavy wooden shi' .a and it was a familiar lht to ee itecht putting them up each night and taking then down each morning. He did that mora than half a century, but ill health lately has prevented him friw actively following his occupation as 'vatch repairer and made him too feeble to -amove the shutters dally. ac for ( ral months the windows 1 i.o lemained darkened, although llif rtoie was open for business Plutte County Landmark. A T.VNOLKB Writ STILI. MICH rixi.ua The door bell was ringing Virginia's mother, who was dress ing, peeked out and saw a Strang- r at the door. Virginia, ad I. wai told to an swer th deer and say her mother was "not at home." I'ollowtng iftotruitiens, Virginia, was Mumped when the stranaer ask ed "when will fae return?" Without leaving the deer, she call ed: "Oh. mama, he wants to know when yu are coming back? What shall I say? The Chicago fair pnee committed says a man's good wool suit should seii for JJ4 i Unele Charley Ureen of the U rook field Argus warns the eemmlttev that If it finds any selling at that price it had better not an- It looks as If Excelsior Springs is going to enjoy an early spring wheth er the rest of the Btate does or not. ' The day after wild geese flying north ' nounce the fact till it gets plenty of were seen from there, pecwe. s were 'r. fee - .1 the Job to keep pcop'e heard singing aloag KUhrig rver. r " in the ruili.