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4 TriE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920 Lucky Eleven Team Harness Lucky Eleven (11) $?50 Ahr JVvl s Harness, cost you.. . JV J"Ci j6?Vi. v Kctiill Value $05.00 i iio'ri f -vr t-Z" . E t s h irnest, "Lucky Woven," Is the most phenomenal roller ever put - tlp market going like hot cakes. A harness every farmer 'can use C hi on boys Line up with II. & M. Harness Shop now A Gold Mine So Act Now Order Today! Tho oMH'ker you kirk In your order ror this harness, the quicker the jo lan Hill start rolllnK In our Jenns Don't miss this wonderful op ( i u ut t sae money on the purehaso of a harness. Shoot In your i . k ti r $f6 BO ami we will send ou set of this Special Bargain Harness . t . . rKKICHT PREPAID to your It. It. station. Rend the descrip- l r.ut ky Kleven' note the price .lust hay Lucky Kleen Wo will list Thl Harness has our NEW STYLE NON-IJRUAKAULE We rcnl.ire any trace broken In two jears from date of pur- .1" " 1 .SI t, DESCRIPTION 1 - i-lneh, short cficeks, with I'.ind, sensible blinds, ilou- and stitched combination i inl winker stay; lVi'Inch 1 1 l-tabte ring crown, -Inch h it flat rein. - l Si -Inch, lS-foot, buckles umi naps. II., m. Number r., Concorn Bolt Hiri. Straps Four. 74-lnch. Pi i' "1 straps four, with ring. Tr i- es - 1 -Inch by 6 feet, double iril stltrhed non-breakablo I'iiutid with heavx trace squares, 1'i-inth bellj bund billet. jninn il hame attachments, C lirk heel chaln clipped on Hands Solid leather with Ll I Prl. i Itou layer and 1 U -Inch buckles. Pnds 4-lneh swell housing, felt lined, l'i-inch layer forming loops for forked back straps, lVt-luch rexerseu skirts. Hip and Hack Straps 1-Inch dou ble hip straps, sewed Into traco carrier, 1-inch forked back straps to hmcs. Breeching Voided, with layer, 1-ineh lead ups wth Kafcs, ljt inch reversed back straps, 1 lnch lazystraps. Breast Straps H4-lnch, double and Hitched with sllilo and buckle snaps. Pole Straps, 1H-Inch, 2-rlng. NEWS FROM ALL MPERIAL OVEB MISSOURI Interesting' Happenings Which Hav Taken Place In the Greatest State inrthe Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and & Vary Little Actual Labor: house tvlicro they excited Interest. Thcro Is a bounty of $3 each on the young wolves. Tho men who captur ed tho cubs aro Dan Wodo, and Jim, Jcsso and Clarence Wade, Tho old wolvos wcro not scon. Flatto County Argus. , IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllU The modern "hired girl," says tho Butler "Weekly Times, Is willing to nllow tho mistress Sunday afternoon and two nights a week out. The Hollo Times does not. give tho namo of a prominent citizen who has decided to cut the cost of clothing by discarding socks. However, that pa per hints that p. c will soon don, low-shoes. Tho Morton dry goods store at Smlthvlllo was robbed again last ; week. This la the third call the thieves have made on that store this spring. Harry Silvers and McDavld Broth eis, of Kxcelsior Springs, are building new garages in that city which repre sent nn expenditure of one huYldred thousand dollars. . - , i est number of eggs produced by her flock last year. Her net profit for tho twelve months on her flock was (6.02 on each hen. Tho Carthage Press doubts tho story that thoro were a million dol lars worth ofglfts at a New York wedding unless a lot of extravagant' guests clubbed together and sent a big lot of potatoes and sugar. Joo Itays was a merchant at Gra vola Mills, Camden cottnty. Ho quit the' business recently. One man who owed him and also refused to pay him an account threatened him should ho urge tho payment of tho account. Kays urged It and the man made a lungo for him but Joe got his bullet In first. The man died last week. ' Mclvln Benton, 18-year-old son of John Ronton, a coal miner, commit ted Miieide at his home In Richmond Filday by shooting himself through I the heart with a pistol. No reason 1j known for his act. "Night riders" aro operating in Howell county, according to the West Plains Quill. Hccently Hoy Meyers, a farmer near Hutton Valley, found this warning fastened to his gate: "fair warning "first and last" KAY MTRE you MUST Leave and Leave soon, "flvo days to clear out." 'The hand of X death." Wc mean 'for you to (go). By comcblnd order of tho "Night Riders," "Jay Hawk ers," "Bald Knobbeis" and A-H-t-a No. 1-2-7. Myers was not alarmed, thinking it was a Joko of some sort. A few days later when the family were away his barns were burned and tho wlro fences cut in many places. Tanner Myers Is unable to account for tho nttack made on him. He has lived in the neighborhood only three months and knows of no enemies. 5 Ont-of-Tovi-n Customers' MnJl Orders Ghon Prompt Attention. The Springfield Leader can never jj I believe that tho vice-president holds i I no important office and yet throws j the first ball on the opening of the j I season in Washington. Collar Straps -lnch. pi r et. with li-lnch, 3-row ntitched traces. I Side Rein and Check-up Straps, extra , . 2.00 SPECIAL OFFER U ih ever Pet of this Special Bargain Harness you buy from is c will sell you Two of Our Extra Heavy lH-inch Halters for St 50. Come un with our order, let us get acquainted. S Stock Yards, St .Joseph, Mo. 'Tormcrly It took great learning to become a clergyman," says the Jefferson City Democrat-Tribune. "Now you have to understand poul try keeping and otlier means of ek ing out your scanty salary." Wm. P. Ruffel, editor of the Glas gow Mtasourlan, one of tho best known newspaper men of the stnte, died suddenly fiom heart trouble at Mr. and Mrs. James C. .Wlnebrcn ner of Clarksburg, Moniteau county, celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their' wedding ono day last week. They have lived in that community since 1SC8 when they left their native j,oUn Slri1U! , Prewnt lYIscw Kxpo. sLute, West Virginia. Mr. Wlnebren- , o,, sllllw, Xoxt week OlUc and ner is 84 years of age and his wife is j,, jSMi, to iaKilUi street. S3. They nave rive children, all or SHRINERS WILL CELEBRATE whom were present except WInebrcnner of Boonville. James Tho Frisco Exposition shows is tho newest comer in tho first rank of the big tented organizations. Indeed, nn tho first of the present year there was not a piece of show property bearing "Change the English language all ou please," a Chula editor declares. "you can never squeeze the sweetness the name of the Frisco Shews, yet In from these threo words, "Enclosed find check." Will any change bring Joy with the "Please remit" liuo7 That's the change that concerns this paragrapher. his homo in April 29th. Gln&gow on Thursday, "Among the many clubs organized The state agricultural department' over the country to reduce the high i Investigation reveals an Increase in cost of living," comments tho Stcel viIU Ledger, "we have heard of none I quite to unique as the talked of 'po- j tntr elub' at FestUH, and the 'goat ' csub' at Clinton." I the acreage of corn, oats and hay but a decrease In the acreage of win ter wheat. The ana planted last fall was 2 680,000 acres, compared with 4,30u,G0O acres in the previous fall. At Independence the other day Al lied L. Quick and Edith A, Lively wcro married. Tho wedding party moved blowly down the nlslo of the church while tho organ Jazzed softly. Lexington News. Miss Kate Dewey of Kcytsvlllo captured tho state prizo for the great- liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimmiiiimimimimii iimimiimiimiimiimimmmimnmiiiiimmm and Now Conies a 1 According to the 'Auburn Herald, Sherman Kauffman mid J. O. John son, town veteran fishermen of Brownsville, nre reaping a great" fish harvest out of tho Missouri river. In one haul the other 'day they took fiom the murky waters of the Big Muddy 1,000 pounds of fish, princi pally catfish. wl, A ,iJ A rusty. Iron nail four Inches long is on exhibit at the hospital in Clin ton, Mo. The nail was removed fro'm tho stomach of little Alice. Preston, nfced S years, who was brought to ' f'lintnn frnm Tlrtrlfvltlt. In 1,m troufo.l for a mysterious stomach malady. An X-ray photograph revealed the nal) almost piercing the stomach. An oncratlon was performed which was highly successful. Princeton Post. tho short period between the first day of January and the twenty-first day of March when the show made Its maiden bow in Texnrkana, Texas, Charles Martin, the owner, had as sembled and built what is today rec ognized as next tef tho biggest travel li.g amusement organization on the road. It required unlimited capital and superhuman energy to accom plish the here-to-foro unheard of feat of putting a show of the preten tions of the Frisco Shows on the road in less than three months. It simply shows what a real showman can ac complish when he puts his shquldcr to the wheel. Mr. Martin's flist step was to sur- round himself with tho most capab'o I, Our First Maytime Selling Event E I Great May Sale The reductions and special price concessions are. 3 5 bona fide the prices quotctl are below the true val- -S uc every item quoted has been thoroughly invest!- 3 gated and authenticated before being published the 5 savings arc greater during this sale than they have been for many months. I Silks of Unusual Value I IN OUR MAY SALE During this sales event we wilL offer Silks of unusual E values at very low prices. Many reductions will be found in 5 our most complete silk stocks that arc not advertised. E Foulards and Plaid Silks, $1.98 E One lot of Plaid Silks and Foulards In desirable designs, suitable for E Bklrts, waists and dresses, featured In this sale nt, a yard 91.08 40-Inch Dress Satin, at $3.98 40-inch All-Silk Dress Satin of n good weight and fine quality, a most serviceable satin suitable lor dresres, shown In black and navy; spe- s daily prlped for this sale at, a yard .$3.08 40-Inch Georgette and Crepe de Chine, $2.98 Dependable qualities of georgettes and crepe de S chine in a wide range of popular shades, suitable E for blouses and dresses, 40 inches wide, specially priced for this sale at, a yard $2.98 E Tub Shirtings at $3.98 All-Silk Tub Shirtings, crepe de chine, Jersey shirt- E ing and other desirable weaves in a vast collection of attractive designs for shirts and blouses, a s quality that will launder nicely and give excellent service, the lot consists of various qualities and placed on sale at tho one price, a yard, , ... .$3.08 40-Inch Crepe Meteor, $4.98 Excellent quality of all silk Crepe Meteor In shades E of taupe, brown, navy, black, pink and gray, very specially priced at, a yard $1.08 " Printed Georgettes at $2.95 40-inch All-Silk Printed Georgettes of a fine qual- E Ity, firmly woven, shown in a wide range of de- rr slrablo patterns for blouses and dresses, at, a yard $2.95 E K I..IT..I.I rtvr-. xiiir.ji e lxw?s mi rtva ferii i-afrreVV-.'vu - i.t ""-w i" -.i:iBK.-mi ieJX-tgs, mu.:t5fJi-'r-i.flis trr&f Sixth Street at Francis ficfradiiScpaiiiiKiiloloro ay Reduction Sana That will niean much in the way of economy to all who participate- - - - - - -r-May 12th to 19th inclusive M e could hue and then he further dem onstrated his generalship by co ordinating their ability and giving them full sway In their respective de partments. The net result Is an or ganization second to ndno and the show mocs nn tho road and on the lot like it was of years standing. Briefly, to summarize, there are twenty-five attractions, including shows and rides, a twenty piece op eiatic concert band, two bally hoo I bands, a mlnbtrol band, two organs. The wifo and child were also badly " "'"- '"'" " lc'"" """!'. burned and tho houst- and contents aTC over flvu h"!rca persons with completely destroyed. jtl,e 8now- u "lulres thirty double I length railroad cars to transport tho Seven wolf cubs were dug out of I Poplo and tho sixty-two wagons their hole in tho White woods on ' necessary to convey the equipment John Morton's place Tuesday. The , Most of the entrances to tho various little fellows, which were perhaps a ' attractions arc built of massive hand week old, were, brought to tho court ! carved wagons. Ernest Phillips, a son of Charles Phillips, of near Saline, was burned I to death at his homo Sunday after- ' , noon. The victim of thin terrible ac- ! cident was starting a fire with coal oil and evidently the oil was poured on live coals causing an explosion. rim) 31k (sQx2SA May Sale Gloves E Gnuutlctts Women's Leather E Gauntletta with pearl clasp on strap, colors brown, beaver, E white, contrast embroidered on back: regular price Q A QQ E J7.00; May Sale, pair. tD-tUG E silk GUne Double tips; colors, E white or brown, with contrast embroidery on back and -hem, navy with self-stltchlng: regular price $2.00; May (1 4Q E Sale, pair dJJL.ytt E rnbrio Gloves 16-button length, E black or white; worth regularly 1 Si?:? $1.00 Footwear Specials in the May Sale .$8.15 May White Sale A Stupendous Distribution of Seasonable Mer chandise from all departments of the store at--- and the Annual Presenting the very latest conceits of Fashion! Snowy White Under Muslins White Fabrics for Summer Frocks White Silks, Embroideries, Laces Moderately Priced Reduced Prices I . CONDENSED STATEMENT OF The Tootle-Lacy and white merchandise of every description 1 The Bargain ase This "Economy Centre" Is rapidly becoming more and more popular with all who visit The Leader to Shop. Visit it. W Service! FREE! Checking Booth for Parcels Telephones R est Rooms Writing Materials and other Conveniences. i National ank 3 1 s a R Take Your Luucbccm in The Leader Tea Room SUth Street it Trim a S Plan to Come You'll Profit j ! ft, Jeiepl Molt Uccutiful mJ Ltrgeit Dtptiurcnt Store St, Jopb, Mo. Oil. rt$ -n ii.fl1iArif iil-i4A-.afyviii $mu;mmmwMmwuwi OF ST. JOSEPH, MO. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS. MAY 4TH, 1920. - RESOURCES Loans and Discounts !.." $5,430,80454 United States Bonds and Other Securities 1,242,624.90 Real Estate ..I..Z... , 9,000.00 Furniture and (Fixtures U .jj 36,317.16 Five Per Cent 'Redemption Fund witli U. S.' Treasurer f , .." 9,000.00 Interest Earned But Not Collected?. . 7000.00 Cash and Sight Exchange ;..-. ; 3,149,746 84 j -, Total ":..'.......... 9,884,493.84 LIABILITIES i Capital Stock. Paid In ? $ 200,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 273.088.53 Reserve for Interest and Taxes....." 12,694.88 Circulation ..'. ' 170,200.00 'Bills Payable' .;...'..'.'. 621,100.00 Rediscounts 530.860.67 Deposits , ,....t 8,076,549.76 Total . ?9,884,493.84 This statement is correct. B. R. D. LACY, Cashier. Women's Mack Kill Oxfords Welt solos, medium . length vamns. Imitation tins, military and Cuban heels; sold regularly nt $9. B0, Special May Sale.'. Snoclnl Txit of Women's All Kill mill Patent Ijcsitlier Piun)S:; leather I.ouls heels, llRhtweight solo; wonderful value, In tho 1 ??:?. $5.00 filrls Ixiiv llocl Mack Oifords Made osort dull leather. flex Si ihle soles, medium round toe E with tip; a splendid value nt J8.00. Special In g QC May Sale tDO.OU 1 May Sale Ladies' i Neckwear Drapery Specials ' 79c Colomi Jlnrtiulscttc For over- s draperies, 3fi Inches wide; (TQ, special, yard OtC E 65o Crctomioi 36 Inches wide, all E cod patterns; apeclal, Jf r: yard V E 08c Cretonnes 36 inches wide; ex- E yar::1: 79c i $I.4I Cretonnes 36 Inches wide, of extra heavy quality; (j- JQ E Bpeclal, yard 5)JL,U) $1.00 hunfast Madnis Comes In rose, blue, cold, green, (p- QQ E brown; special, yard. . . . u)L.O7 E 70c Curtuhi Net Whito, Ivory and E ecru; special, AO yard O t C E S1.25 l'llet CurUilii Nets 40 and E 42 Inches wide; cpeclal, QQ S yard , , ,...t7oC J1.-10 Ulet and Mndros Weave Nets Ilxtra special, (p- -J Q E yard , l)JL.JLt J1.00 Filet Nets 45 Inches wide; extra good quality; special, yard., . , . . , 25c Kxtermlon Ilods-Bpeclal $1.00 Quart Mottle lirnlture nnd I'loor I'ollt-h CQ- Special OiJL J'anel Net $1.25 quality, comes In 6 and 9-Inch strips, and 24 QQrt yards long; special, a strip.. Ocv ...81.39 15c lM-o Collnm One lot and Val. laco trimmed special value, each Vonl collars, 59c l.a" Vesteen The season's most popular stylo Of not nnd laco ruffles to bo worn with the sweater or rtrebs; $2.98 values for.... . Georcclle Huffllns Comes from 2 to 4 Inches wide; a yard .$2.39 97c May Sale Ribbons j ole Millions of faille. In pink. ....$2.49 I xns of 95c 9-lmJi Rnsh or Camisole Millions of E beautiful changeable faille. In pink, blue, rcen, yard ,- 100 Pieces Wide Uiney Mbbons of beautuui cnaneeabie, at, a yard , Mose of them were made to sell for much more. They aro especially eood for halrbows, sashes, cbinl- soles, bags, vestces, etc. 4 to 0-Inch Ribbons, ynnl . , r .- In this big lot aro pretty halrbow and sash ribbons for the little tots In both dark and light colors, checks, stripes nnd lloral patterns. 49c 1 Turkish Towels I extra E 69c 1 Plain white, 23x45 Inches; heavy weight; $1.00 value. May sale, each ... , niiiiimmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirT Wost Plains, which admits being ' in for the occasion, nor has he been tho best drosscd town of its size in tho state of 'MUsourl, lias started a movement to secure the names, of flvo hundred women for the following rledge: "Wo pledge ourselves to re frain from buying wearing apparel except what Is absolutely jiecessary until September 1, Wo condemn the use of silk underwear and silk stock ings and. .further pledge ourselves to refrain from their purchase," Tho leader In this movement la Mrs. Lee T.I Canton, chulriniin of the High Cost of Iilvlng Campaign of Howell county. able to como'to tov,n or to get out ol tho house. Mr. Saunders was one of the pioneer merchants of Mary vllle, coming here in tho earliest days when tho town was a small village nnd opening a general merchandise store, Nodaway Democrat-Forum, On March 22 Ilobert A. Wild of Mlllvllle celebrated his ninety-eighth birthday. Mr. Wild has been a conr ttnuous resident of"Clay county for ninety years, Kiys the Richmond Mis sourlan. When tho Ray County Sav ings Rank was Incorporated In Feb ruary, 1869, Mr. Wild purchased stock in that Institution and today he is tho J. II. ("Uncla Jimmy") Saunders onlv llvtnir nemnn In lh .mint, u-v,. Is celebrating his ninety-sixth birth-1 as, ,,resont at tho organization of flay anniversary today, and according tno bank. to the custom, Is enjoying a dinner sitved at hU homo by hln daughter.1 Tho Lexington News In this week's Mrs. a. L. Wilfljy. Wh(ler Mr. Haun-T lsue carries a ull page "go to ders has enjoyed unusually good church" advertisement contributed health at all ttmes7 for tho last few mouths hq has not buen no v. :1 and U not able to have any. of his f by tho menhants of Lexington. It ' i ii -' 1 1 ir feature of the paper i wtfka. 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