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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920
HEWS FROM IMPE ALL OVER RIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In ihe Greatest Slate in the Union Joplln Globe, John Hlnk was In favor 'stucco, and when this has been spread of leaving hN son in the countrj' for which he fought nnd died but his wire's one desire was the return of the body of her only son. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and & Vay Little Actual Labor mi n.i'or that cat skin are quoted at .4 n the fur mrr'.et. ii sinnins any more mi the liack,,i,tjnij thnc from Washington and nee at 2:30 a. in., fussy should Chicago l.eing press reports and thine from Arlington time signals. Of course it Is not possible to send over thirty tulles with the available electric current, but nr"aes arc sent to Hay Wolf at Iloik Pert nnd also to Sticn-andoah. the dis the war l.-n-n r than any other nation, bras ihi ndirson New Review. America will soon enjoy m ii n of having been In Tin people south of Quitman and mi to below Skidmore are not tine .ind are arranging the pri-llmln- r. in have the Nodaway straight- m l irmti where It now stops to down ' Kl.Plmore. !'l -rtler Is comfort- :ne young Wan at v 'ii longer claims ' ri me In everythlns CVal Is said to have been found on the farm of V. A. Towns south of Ilethany at the depth of one hundred and forty feet. The Ilethany Clipper looks forward to teeing the minim; Interests of that locality rapidly developed. In . pi :hi Tir I -Ml The Ill-Cost catches 'em all down the line. When Hush Crawford, of Nevada., commenced lnnklnc nrntintl tfee rovemtnent ' & MW ,, for tlt, comlnB goa. son for "Crawford's Comedians," he found that the tent which tlicd to cost about 1 1,000 now Is priced at $2,800. . ' validates school dis- I ril . on a proposl- district for $28,000 of building: an adcll- -nt school building. Times reports that the i ton will vote on 4 mills .Ming repair and items come out of the Incident order to release mere mon hers salaries. On Thursday of last week. Dr. J. S. Ilaistead of Ureekonrldge celebrated hla 102d birthday, notes the llreeken rldse Bulletin. The doctor Is In good health and received the congratula tions ot a large number of friends. Breckenrldae calls him the "Grand Old Man." After n continuous connection with in.inn attraction at Paris is a thp llank of Mouml City ot 3J ymrs lay. announces the Indepen- an. an ..... fl.rt, , Mullm, rl.v fl . Kxamirier. The affair wi I bu-lirss circles for 19 year. W. M. -s have plenty of kick about n,mrilM. 1nst wcclc ctosu,, noHotla- t , i.'ile horse sense will tlkoly be I ,,,, ,vl)lch nve 1)Vpn ln pr0RrPM R ' i. prospective buyers. j ,PW ,vrek!1 wi,ercby he sells nil his "" "" ' holdings in Mound City, and will ro- " wireless station of John Mar- tire from busings activities. r Stevenson has ceased to be a I ri . ,.i and is now a real station anu ! The body of William Kink, who was n.--.. it from all over the country n member of Company F, 314 Hng- n heard at all hours of the day, Ineers, will be brought from Thla Wi .c fre.m Washington, P. C Ar- 'court. Prance nnd burled in the Liber-Iln-tri. and Phleapo can be heard very ty plot at Fairview. According to the Several merchants of Hxcelslnr Springs were the victims of an enter prising man who ottered 9 cents per dozen above the market price of eggs. "Jones was to pay the freight" and the eggs were to be delivered nt the Interurban station. The checks given In payment were worthless and the Kxcclslor Springs Dally Call mutters something about a "bad egg" getting away with the good ones. GREAT EXCITEMENT AT SPORTY DUNDEE (Continued from Page One.) Uliiiiiiiitiittnrrtririiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir T?. ft 6 Lea er s E JL I7V0 j ,4 a . LM im m $ JL i ii- & & & versar Will Start f ... on a ay Unusual Values Unusual Merchandise Unusual in Every Way f See Sundays Gazett cor Full Particulars e h M cawpteldki out his "battery," was so taken back by this ready reference to finance thnt he actually stuttered and could return no intelligible answer, nonie thlng very unusual for "lllg." At that, Donesctlcr finished ahead of O.tk Tanned. Thus wo are nil on the "qui vive" and anxiously await the call of the "llugle," that will sum mon "Whltty and Auricular" to the post, on TtiCMlay, April 6th. I'm in Chart St. Joseph Thirteenth clay of the spring meeting of the combined Uuslness Men's and Jesters, Club. Tuesday, March ICtli. Weather unsettled. Track lumpy. ????? Third rare One .Mile All Ages 1'rinriry Handicap Purse Kmpty. "IViiRiHiMlcutlim" mi the Kcnt "Kvcrythlnij has faults; nor Is 'I un known, That harps and fiddles often lose their tone; And wuyward voices, at their owners' call, With nil their best endeavors only squalli Dogs blink their covey,-- flints with hold tho spnrk. And double barrels d' them) miss their mark." It Is a common expression that the practices on the turf are corrupt and Its management actuated by sinister motives, but from my own experience. I know ot nothing further from the truth. A Heinle Admonition The licking "Jess Williard" took at the hands of Jack Demps-cy, was a geti' tic admonition compared to the drub bins that grand old romancer "Auri eular" handed U his competitor In the "Primary Handicap," but which was entirely "ln line" with hl.f0jinia.ivj bis honesty never left tho Issue m doubt The fact that there nre only two, listed to go to the post In tho 42nd r newal of the "City Derby" should E make the race not the less Interest- lng, as nil those who remember the E mai"hes of other days will ngree. I Ruth starters will carry their weight E i in the Derby and till: is as it, should s be as it is sure to prove more popu E lar than If allowances are granted. A E ' first glance and ln view of tho dls- E parity ln site this seems unfair, but as rh.-y are both "aged" nnd tippnr- ently know the "shortest way around E th- track" It should work nut all E right. E A comparison of the entries at this E time rimy nut be amiss and will pos- slbly as-lst those "at ten" In making j a choice. ' Comparing; lite Slarter-. E "Whitley" --an underslECd, though E, powerful "racing machine" Is the ;; chestnut win of Hiram and Milkmaid E a half brqtlur to Constable and the , Npll of this dum, as fast and smart -ts E ihi wus and run certainly "talk to jou." He is very sensible, hns grand breeding and has a good chunco to E win. if conditions are right. Si Whllo "Auricular" an un usually )dg E aspirant for his "third siuke," Is the j roan wm of Earfull and Tympanum E i i well coupled nnd has a gre l rump r: I nnd barrel. Is a full brother to "Itur- E,Hiig1nn." 1 Ihe fellc.w with foul white, J box, iii.ltnn and slili) lias plenty ofl , Ii ngth is level all round ami has n i I good head. lnck out lor hiri "he s' E I good in the mud." Jiotli aspirants are as lit us nihil, is E and liarring soinethliiK uiiforusc-en. : . Will be iead when the time comes to! give iciiod hc oiiiitM of thenisclve. Tnele is little ellolee In tUe Iiimiij at this writing. It being 7-.1 ami itkr E your pick, hut tolluwers on 'Ithcr -id, may chunge lliesv prices in short nr- E dcr. a all of iheni are waiting for a E chan-o to "collect toll." anxlousl) 'Bnuliinu the cry "They're off." "Dundee DoluV Mr. Henry J. Mueller, senior mom- tier of the Mueller-Keller Candy Co.. has punliHiu'd the Smith tract from E ' the widow of the lato Price .Smilli. js , This is a fine slx-ycar-old grove Ideally E! located on the southeast shore of Lnkw E i'is'al. between the Joe Hunt prop rv rty on the south and the Merton and E I Wasser lands on tho north. Mr. Muel- I er hns started r!nht in to have the E pln.ee "trimmed up" aecordlng to his nnd tho proper signs and ornaments i ''!'. 1, It will bo a mot imposing mi. -e, n credit to the builders nnd a so of Instruction to the travel- ..if. Karl McIJrlde has been on tho ailing list for the ipast week, but Is up nnd ftround again, "Allegcnc Place" Mr. C. T. Hum mer's grove nnd grounds, are ln apple pie order, due to Ideas emanntlns from Mrs. C. T. and carried out by that efficient caretnkcr Mr, J. II. Thompson. That famous and symphonic organ ltatlon, "The Mocking Illrd Choir" have started In to entertain this com munity with their continuous concerts and, nh, boy, tlio quips, thrills, runs nnd liquid notes, that fill the air ninko you throw Into the discard all remetn branre of "Vcssella, the Kilties, Tho V. S. Marine, C.unrde of the llcpubll fltie" and Mexican National bands, whose tunes have been roaming through your brain since last you heard them. The ladles of the Civic League will give a chicken dinner at the "High lands" next Saturday evening, March 2Ttli. 'Crystal Villa's" lake front Is last becoming a thing of beauty under the nrtitlc ce of the owner, Mr. Joseph Hunt. F. L. Bauer and wife, accompanied by W. S. Klnntson and his wife, left here last week for Miami to visit Mr. Ithelnhold Melerhoffer, who now re-Ides In thnt "city. Mr. Clarence Fletcher started north in Ills liulck car. He left here laf.t Saturday morning and expects to make a record trip to the "City Worth While." Mr. Louis Clark, a popular llur llneton employee, his wife nnd daught er Luclla, spent a happy fortnight here visiting Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Hunt. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lynch, Mr. Hunt's mother. Tho Ladies Civic League netted quite a material sum at the lkmiar they held last week and graciously turned the receipts Into the fund to be used 111 payment for the Arch. At a meeting of the Hoard of Tride recently, the members were entertain ed by Interesting talks by Mr. Shop pard. the founder of the town and Mr. Chapman, vice-president of the new fertilizer company. rani) w. LAunnn. Dundee, 11a , March 23. STATE POLITICS ARE MOVING SWIFTLY NOW (Continued from Tago One,) day Col. Davis, If he was quoted cor rectly In tho big St. Louis Sunday papers the next day, definitely an nounced that he stood for the refer endum when It came to prohibition. While to the unsophlscaled of the re publican jmrty this supposed attempt to straddle this big proposition, may may be regarded ns neutral, It is ac cepted for Just what It stands for nnd mentis by both tho "nets" nnd "drys" of this badly divided party. When Missouri voted the last time, through tile, referendum, on State-wide pro hibition, the proposed constitutional amendment which would have made this commonwealth ns dry ns the Sa hara desert, was defeated, with the aid of the heavy "wet" vote of St. Louis, by 73,964 votes. In 19K. when the same question was up to the voters of the state, the constitutional amend ment went down under a majority of 122.5.1S against it. Col. Da Us Is from St. Louis, nnd the chief supporters of his candidacy. Is tho awfully "wet" republican machine of St. Louis: enough said: where docs he stand? lniloie Major for Gmenior Hoone county democrats put one over Saturday for Judge Charles II. Mayer of St. Joseph in his race for the democratic nomination for Governor, when his candidacy was enthusiastic ally endorsed by the Dourbon Town ship democratic convention. That place Is the former homo of Judge Mayer and h'e Is still well remembered there nnd his popularity Is as wide-f-pread as In the days of his youth. After the convention n Mayer-for-Oovcrnor club, with a membership of 247. was organized. Ten delegates to represent the township In the big Iloone county democratic convention. Which will be held early In the week, were selected, and they will endeavor to swing that gathering Into enacting a resolution Indorsing the gubernator ial aspirations of Judge Mayer. The efficiency of the administrations of Prcldont Wilson and Governor Gard ner were upheld amid wild enthusiasm In ringing resolutions. Mi-. Martin Nn'lotuil Delegate to I'rl-eo The Fourteenth Congressional Dis trict. Southeast Missouri, may send a woman delegate to represent It at the San Francisco National Democratic Convention. The movement started I f GALLI-CURCrS RETURN ENGAGEMENT The Gifted Colorature Soprano Will Appear at the Auditorium Monday Night, April 12 WiBBLsw35SSsLlifi2vfcT Ifrt'Pr'T 5 ?&?x &v?i5wls' ,Sw.l ill! bS8sSSfeS mm . s&B&amESMfflmsiam. ma Bwn r .11! i8t3awiE'mv i ' aFg fegwfeAsr 'MmmmhrmmMm, m mBmmm-mmmmm: imm v l.alll-( iiici, the Mnlilile-r,. 4 Suggestion w This Hank pays 4r,'r per annum, Interest compounded seml-nnnu-nlly on S.tvlngs Accounts. Perhaps you have on account with this Hank or with some other Hank In their Savings Department, which Is very commendable, but why not convert this Savings Account, or part of It, Into a First Mortgage Heal Estate Loan (safeguarded under tho Straus Plan), which draws C Interest, payablo semi-annually, ex empt from Normal Income Tax, nnd absolutely safe, thereby yielding' a greater return 7 Many of this Hank's Savings depositors have availed themselves of this opportunity. Why not ou? Ask for booklet, Straus Write, call or telephone for literature. I'lan, "sarety unci fi'i" Straus Mortgages have been ln the hands of the saving public for 3S years, without loss of n single dollar to an Investor. Mortgages issued in denominations of $100, J200, 300, JfiOO and upward. Long or short time maturity. Mr. Rosenblatt, President of this Hank, will take pleasure In explaining this high class Investment. HOXI) Dr.PUtTMHNT WmMmQP-ic&tk- 3 fc m, 615 Edmond Street aijge i a a aL-bpf0 mn t ROVAl HtAIRfc SI. Jo-cph, Mo, UllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU E Wc Buy and Sell S i CLOVER ALFALFA TIMOTHY CANE I 1 MILLET KAFFIR GRASS SEEDS 1 IVIifctielhill Seed Co. E St. Joseph, Mo. g E SAMPLES AXD INQUIRIES SOLICITID 3 3 niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiilllillilllliliiiiiiillliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillliiitnrt xmsgmmmigmmk k Oanadian i i mm ifyyig Saturday when the Cape Girardeau county convention Instructed its dele gation to tho Joplln Stale Convention to support Mrs. W. W. Martin of the City of Cape Girardeau for this big I democratic Congressional District glory. i lie" euu e'liiiiui !ii-u itciik uu record favoring the re-election of Ed ward F. Goltra as Democratic Na tional Committeeman from Missouri. .Scliujler County for Fugle, Stacy nnd Goltra Th Schuyler County Democratic convention furthered the political am bitions of two of Its favorite sons when it endorsed the candidacies of both Lawyer B. E. Fogle and W. O. Stacy, State Factory Inspector, who are seek ing laurels on the -next Democratic state ticket. The latter state official Jl.cr, tiiuiuuiiii-w mi cue- iii'iitiu.i t,uu nil State Treasurer, subject to tho will of - IMTEIUAk CANADIAN TUl'ST CO., Mm ,l,...,now.tln .i,n..u nt Iho iirlmifit Ul.N.Mi lUKM 1411. Ill IlllfVIIUIV U IV O l tIV l I1II4I1 J of August 3. John 11. Stone, Treasurer of Hates county, filed for the same nerin iwn nionins ago nnu nas neen i I)MI'l-;Tlt Tltl' vonrr" very ai-tlve In behalf of his candidacy Notice is herby given that Letters ever since Liwver Fo-Ie Is nosscsted ' "f Administration, upon the .state of eier since, uwjor J o,ie is posseste.i ( E(w(lr(j ,.- jiuntZj deceased have been with the laudable ambition of being I granted to the undersigned, by tho Missouri's next Attorney-General and i Probate Court of lluchanan County. . . . .... . (Missouri, bearing date of the 23rd fully realizes that landing the demo- ( ,jny 0f March, 1D20. crnilc nomination means election to' All persons having claims against .. . , , , t, . i hahl estate are recjulred to exhibit that exalted place. Hut by no means lhcm lo me for aIlowanct., witllln rfx however has he the field to himself. I months from date of said letters, or for in Central Missouri there Is State ! lLuVlltrJ PT. ill v nui-ii iTiutr, iiini (4 n.uii .iv4iii? OF THEMENDOl'S OHE 130D1E3 of Iron. Sulphur, Gold, Copper. and Nickel now being de veloped. Offers splendid opportunity for the making of fortunes. Particulars on request. Northern Copper and Nickel Mines Ltd. 704 Merchants Bank Hldg.. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. References: Senator Mark A. McGruder of Sedalla, Pettis coulty who Is endeavoring to land the same nomination, and, so far, has not been slow In his movements. Ho was Democratic floor leader of the last state senate and therefore has a state-wide acquaintance which he Is making full use of, day and night, to land the coveted prize. He filed on Jackson clay, January S, and hab been In '' running ever since. Then There Is Meredith Then there Is lawyer William H. Meredith or Poplar llluffs. Hutler county. Southeast Missouri, a hustling sterling democratic attorney who gain ed a reputation fur law and order while Prosecutlng-Attorney of Duller county through putting out of business several vicious resorts which for years had defied the authorities of that end of ihe state. U also must not be over- Mrs Francis Jlenry Hi! through her concert mils il.m for the cause of good nius.e Joseph than nny- iwrmn of yeats. has dellHhtvd all real lovers by tho (cntionneenient Hut she has secured a return onsnucment of tho matchltws Galll-Curcl who made such an lmprslon here lust season. has Moon- the famous musi' al critic of the liiuago Daily Journal writes: When toe curtain Is dually rung mure in M. recent music down for Hie season next Saturday nlnht. she will have sung here some twenty times. Since her third ap pearance, the length of time that it took for the knowleilice of her pres ence tn percolate through the opera going public, a frequent spectacle In the Auditorium has been that of the IKtron who lame to liuy seits for the "next Gulll Curii performance" with out reference to what It was. 'The half lias mil licc.n fcitil nf tiur The Ualll-Curel enanement was Ihe I nor will It !. einly those who have greatest and the moat plenslng of tho,'wln, "I'1 M(n 'or rt'all- k""w al,ou' " ....... hr. and even those who hu paid many musical trluinpus which Mrs. , repeated visits to her performances Hill has seeiied here. UallM'tirel will ar'' i.ntuntly ftndliiK Miniething new. ,.,,., ,, , "To say that she has a perfect voice appear at the Auditorium on Monday! , ne: y(m muw ',,. Uer t0 Ideas. Mr. f5arl MeTlrldo has chariie'fivaHlnK, April 12. The oat sale will roalle what wonderful thine a per of the .rove and win -pf thoPn at tho Jonki,,. MuUr rtoroif,,, ."Jn'J" Z S work. (Thursday, April S, and the prices will I her sense of fun in an opera like the The fi-ame work for the town's I be 2.S0. J2.00, $l.0 and Jl.tio. Of be not exhibited within one yer from tho date of the publication of this notice, tliey shall be forever harrea. A true copy. Attest: NHLLi: B. MUNTZ, CPoal) Administratrix rrcd M. 'WanBcr, Clerk ot Probate, administration of President Wilson and the wise, careful and efficient manner with which Governor Gard ner has safe-guardc-d the affairs of Missouri during the three years ho has been at the executive helm. Amid wild enthusiasm the county conven tion then went on record, without a dissenting vote, favoring wi guber natorial aspirations and candidacy of former Staate Senator Frank II. Far Tin of Phelps county. Its next door neighbor. Speakers declared It was tho first time In n quarter of a cen tury that the democrats of the real Ozark counties of Missouri had asked looked that ln Springfield, Southwest , any big recognition from Missouri Missouri, there Is Charles J. Wright, j democracy, and that It Is the Intention an active, well known and very pop- of the democrats of the Sixteenth ular lawyer who has announced for Congniwiona! District to show that the same goal and who Is backed by .they are In earnest when they offer a the ilar Association of the Oznrk por- favorite son for tho democratic nom tlon of the state. He was Hepresent- I lnation for Governor through giving atlve from Greene county In the Mis- him nerly every one of the- 21,000 Bourl Legislature several times, and democratic votes of that portion of seriously threatens on primary clay to ' Missouri. The Joplln delegation which was selected, favois Demo cratic national committeeman Ed watd F. Goltra for re-election and Governor Gardner for permanent chalman of the Joplln convention and for one of Missouri's "IJIg Four" to the National convention at San Fran cisco, A. T. EDMON'STON split the democratic vote of South Mis souri with Lawyer Meredith.. Young Fogle had the additional honor of belns selected uh a delegate to the Joplln State Convention, heap ed upon him by tho Schuyler County Democratic Convention. A few years anu his father was In the Legislature ' from there. The candidacy of Ed ward F. Goltra sf St. Louis to suc ' coed himself as member from Mis ; sourt on the National Democratic Committee, was also Indoisvd by tho i . Schuyler County convention. i Hcnt County for Vilnu, Gardner, I'nrrls .-iliri!llflllllflllllllll'l!lllll'; ivit:iii:iiillilllll!llilliliiihllllllllillllllllliii:; I Do ynu Know Arch Is ready fur the this 'r'at world-artist "llarber of Seville," nnd you have an artist for wi.nm the uonl ninicMtMux '!r Edward a is but a poor, j..le thing," The Dlack Diamond Coal Co. filed articles of Incorporation Thursday, with a capital of $10,000. P. A. HIlderlKui of Kansas City, who remove hero, is president. Ill A big doitisatlon of formers op- Democrats of Dont CcMJHty . In thojpaaredjbeforcj th'ft couutV eort Tliurs- canveHitlon to select dolouaWs to tli coming Joplln State gatheiinr nailed rejes-ittlon on the county to the mast Indorsement plain ir e-.minltteo. day tn ask that tha formers he given road (I SK :- A Jtj-aBar Mimm,..