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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAi, f-JVEMBER 27, 1920
flV.WA.V.V.V.V.V.V.Y.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V LOCAL MATTER 9ottH4ciuLWttllWaKo firsfof QU Reliability SJunJciuUlllMGo NERAL ! DOLLA Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph tiffrsrvivj:n,a.T i vnw ' . mm Anything Which Has Occurred iJeserving of Local " Notice Can Be Found in These Columns S OF INTEREST Day R r Will Buy Two Dollars' Worth of Merchandise and in Some Cases More, in the Big Tuesday's DollatBaySale See Saturday's News-Press and Sunday's Gazcfte for'dctailcd prices. Blue Front Dept. Store 209-211-213 Felix Street St. Joseph, Mo. You Can Laugh at Winter's Blasts By purchasing here good, dc pendahle Government Merchan dise, at low prices. Goods are arriving daily from Government warehouses. Wc have helped thousands of homes to keep the high cost of living down. You save from 25 to 50 per cent by purchasing here. Every article sold here is guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money cheer fully refunded. IUiAXKITTS Now Red Cross Blankets S3.B0 New Marine Blankets, liluo Sfl 00 O. D. All-Wool Blnnkcts $3 93 New O. I). All-Wool Officers' Blankets H.75 Army Comforter!) $2.50 ARMY SHIRTS AM) UNDERWEAR O. D. All-Wool Shirts New Officers' O. D. Wool Shirts New Army All-Wool Underwear New All-Wool Union Suits $S 5, $.1 95, JERKINS $2 .10 .-, 05 si.iir, $1.15 ARMY OVERCOATS. IlI.COTS. LEATHER AMI JACK1.1S O. D. All-Wool Overcoats $1000 Army Overcoats, all wool, guaranteed fast blue 515 00 O. I). Wool Mackinaw s, 3G Inches Ions $12.75 Officers' Moleskin Weatherproof Coats $21.05 Army Leather Jerkins, wool lined, $7.50 All leather Jackets, with sleeves and pockets $12.50 All leather Jackets, with sleeves and pockits, wool lined $18.50 New Double Hack Kilncoats $7.05 New Navy All Kuhlier Raincoats $8.05 Officers' Belted Raincoats $11.05 aumv suons ami ornenns' muss shoes Army Itusscts (resoled and heeled) $1 r." Army Tleld Shoes (Rood as new) $3 95 and S1.15 Officers' Cordovan Puttees $ 05 16-lnoh Leather Boots $12.50 New Army Regiment Shoe $" 00 Herman's New Navy Shoo S7.75 New Officers' Cordovan Dress Shoe $8.00 AitMV rubber roorwr.Aii New Army Knee Hoots $1.21 New Army Hip Tloots (inspected) S"."iO New Army 4-Bucklo ArLtlcs S.I.5 wool sweaters Army Slip-over Sweaters $1 05 Sweaters 3 ur 'i'l $1.50 O. D. Wool Tassel Caps i $1.11 O. D. Wool Scarfs 75e SOCKS Wool Renovated Socks U Inlrs S1.00 New UKht Weight Wool Socks 45c;ilozcn $1.75 New Medium Weluht Wool Socks i.. So-; thm-n $5 50 New Jumbo Wool Socks 00c; Ji dozen $1.50 K1IAKI breeches AMI o. d. hi.ousi:s Khaki Breeches 05o O. D. All Wool Blouses $1.05 New Khaki ICKglns B5o Wrap Leegins $1.15 GOVERNMENT BACON AM) TOMATOES ran Bacon (Inspected and passed) $.t 50 Tomatoes 2 cans for 35o 12-ll. No. 3 tents and cots New Pup Tents : Army Tents, 8x10 (complete with poles)..., Army Tents, 16x16, 12-oi. duck, with pole.., Canvas folding Cots , New Steel Cots Cotton Tilled Mattresses , $3.05 .... $22.50 ....$30.75 $1.15 , . . . .$5,15 $5.25 Lester O, Isaacson and Clint U. Ken nedy wire tho principal witnesses bo foro tho Brand Jury Wednesday. They" were called , It la supposed, on count supply contracts. checks list July, was allowed to plead guilty to Brand larceny Tues day, and v.as given three paltry years In the penitentiary from which he will foon bo pardoned or parollod. tyn.trron llschlne Co., er'ner ml machtJtits tupplles. Shafting, tisiiicera. pulleys. Jl No, JncJ. AUt. President Stouffcr, of the board of i public works, now that the Rood roads bonds have carried. Is advocating the establishment of 1 1,000,000 cement plant to be located at a convenient point, and to bo operated by the state. M. J. Downey lor oet Plumbln and On Fitting. 1003 Frederick Ave. Plion 21S Adv. Herbert Holloway was fined $50 and costs In criminal court. Wednes day, when he plead RUllty to tho theit of $23 worth of merchandise from J. It. Hopkins. Don lltley's Muljr inn. Storage and kst repair detriment In clur. 1a die' re-t rojm and free check rm In cou-e.Uon. eaveu'b, otiU luli. Prohibition enforet ment ascnt Al B Munsey on Tuesday filed Information against J. M. Slavbaugh, the soft drink nun, who sold insect poison to a customer 1ft pUice of whiskey, and almo&t killed the purchaser. Central lllsh Scho d lost to Omaha. at thai place Thursday. Erich O. Schneider, of Atchison, who ran over E. A. Kdstendech, with his motor last January and killed him, Bot off easily in Judse Utz pourt Wcd- NOT1CE Save all rags. Iron, books, magazines and all kinds of waste paper, as prices aro very high. Don't sell before Jou call us, or write, American Paper Stork Co, Main 36S4, S02 South 8th St. (Advt.) Some miscreant without the fear of the law before him, stole Will II nesday, when he was discharged from Btnttlc's Hudson Super Six from In u manslaughter charge on the pay- J front of thco postofflce Thursday fore men! of costs In tho sum of $45. It Is understood that ho settled with his victims wife. Itock UndcitnMng Co. t-ady At tendant, 19 Frederick avecu. Adv. Tho Itobcrts Cone Co, lost Its case In federal court vvhero a suit for ln fringment of pitcnt was tried at the last term of court. Mrs Bcatrlco Davis, of Colby, Kas , w.us In tho city Tuesday enrouto home from a visit with her parents at Marjvlllo. A warrant vv-a3 Issued Tuesday by JuMlco Wilson charging Glen D. Smith, former cashier for tho Brown Transfer &. Storige Co, with tho em- bezzelmcnt of $7,550 90 from tho firm It noon, and badly disarranged Bcattlc's Thanksgiving;. the The St. Joseph Engineering Co , 113-115 North Second street, which Is assembling the brakes for the Kochambeau Automatic Car Brake Co. Is (mowing the workings of this great brake at Its rooms this week. Tho En gineering company is giving a practical demonstration of tho Kct that the brake can ba made in St. Joseph aud that they can do the work. Marry for wealth, happiness. Hun dreds rich, attractive, cungenlal, will ing to wed. Photos free. 25 years experience, Mrs. Warn, 2216H Tem plo St., Los Angeles, Cal. (Advt.) Manager Arthur A. Connor of tho Olney Music Co., Is about tho most Is alleged his misdoing covered a disgusted man In St. Joseph, over petty period of over twenty years, that ho was with tho company, Mdcrhoffer Undertaking Co. pre sents ciuvractM-, servlcs and consider .Jon. Ninth and Felix. I'a.Uie M. IC5 Adv. A Ford truck turned over at the end of Ashland avenuo Monday nlKht, aud was considerably smashed. Two young men who vvero Its occupants, abandoned It. GUARANTEED U. S. PAINTS AND VAKMSIIES HOUSE PAINT Outside White, gallon $3.75 All other colors. Including; Insldo white, gallon $3.45 FLOOIt PAINT Floor Paints, gallon $3.25 VARNISH Floor and Utility Varnish, Ballon $2.85 Exterior VarnUli, gallon $3.05 BARN PAINT lied Barn Paint, gallon $1.05 Slate Barn Paint, Ballon $2.05 New Shipment New Army Trench Axes 85o And hundreds of other items Harness, Collars. Halters, Hoio Ulank ets. KoveralU, Wagon Covers, HarrneV Bags, CauteciLS, Curry Comb, bteel. Helmets, Glovcj and MIV.S, Etc. Mall Orders given prompt attention. Send check or money order. (Satisfaction Guaranteed.) Remember Our Address Two Stores 403-107 KDMOND feTREET AND 011 EDMOND ST11EET. St. Joseph Army and Navy Stores We Arc Not Connected Willi Any Other Stores. When John Woods, who Is nUht watch at a garago on Sixteenth and Frederick avenue, early Tuesday morning, saw three men prying off tho lock on the Gus Prinz tiro shop 1C28 Frederick avenue, he called the police. Before the police arrived, the men managed to get aw.ry with six casings. They escaped In a bis mo tor car. stealing. Some scoundrel who seems to be without fear, stole the biff papier machale dot; which has acted as a guard at the front door of tho estab lishment, from Its place on Tuesday and so far It cannot be found Huge Savings in All Departments TUESDAY November 30th, 1920 Big Savings on Suits, Coats, Dresses Do Christmas Shopping Dollar Day Read about our Big Dollar Day Specials in the St. Joseph News Press, Saturday, November 28th. We promise you Bigger and Bet ter Bargains and more of them than on any previous Dollar Day. SEE THE ST. JOSEPH DAILIES FOR PAR-TICULAR3 wmtimiMwiiMMik ST. JOSEPH, MB3SQURB. MAKE FREE USB OP OUR CHECK STAND AND REST ROOM of the sun, this man puts In the ca'trldge, I shuts the do,' I pulls the trigger! Brr-o-o-ml Then I climbs up, looks over the (run, nnd calls out, "Kaiser, count yo' men! And Could Be Up TliU Way We read, the other day, where a woman In tho city was suing her hus band because, she said, ho would not behavo without watching, and she couldn't always witch him. Why didn't she have him move to some small place, about tho size of this' Then, everybody in town would watch him. Lamar Democrat. en of bad repute for Immoral pur poses against tho wishes and protests of this plaintiff and that he is now living In adultery with another wom an. That unit na the said defendant. Jonathan W. Smith, shall be and ap pear at the nixt term of this Court to be begun and held at tho Court House, In tho City of St. Joseph, In Buchanan Count State of Missouri, on the 3rd day of Januirj, 1921. on or beforp tho third day of said term, to answtr pliintlffs petition, the same will be taken for confessed as to him and Judgment rendered ac ordtnglv It Is further ordered, that a copy of thU order be published in The M Joseph Observer, a newspaper pub lished in th County of Bin nan en, for four weeks successlvel, the List insertion of whlrh to be at lemt fif teen davs before the next Junuarj, 1921, term or this Court. A true copv Attest EM.METT J CBOFE. (Seal) C,"k-, By J I.. McMemmy Deputy Clerk. F II Miller. Attorney for Plaintiff. (1127) Everything you need for any kind of Palntlnr. Wall paper. Chanllee'i Paint & Glass Co, 17 Edtuond itrasr. Adv. Uay Bowman .alias Jack Morgan, the thief aud burglar, who robbed the Townsend-Ueberrheln Clothing Co. of J1.S00 In currency, and $9,000 in HIS UNIQUE JOB Vn.s Doorman nt tho IYont nnd lli-Jpcd Di-clmato die Kaiser's Jletu General O'Ryan, commander of the Twenty-seventh division, the return of which to this country was celebrat ed by a great military parade In New York, told the following story at a speech ho made at a luncheon of the Merchants' association of New York city, which had to do with a colored doughboy detailed to a French battery lu action: i ''; "In answer to a question by a pois ing officer as to what hU detail was. tho colored soldier replied: "I am do'man, colonel, sir.' " 'Doorman,' said the astonished of ficer. 'What do you mean by door man?' " 'Why, colonel, sir,' explained the colored dnushboy, I opens tho do' Tho Bolshevik! who were on their last pegs only a, few woeks ago havo i ilisposed of General Wrangel just as incy aia oi xuuenitcn, ikoicnax, unu .CenoLIno. The Bolshevlkl evidently have nine lives, or else the correspon dents have been feeding the American people on fairy tales about Bolshevik weakness and probable collapse. Tarklo Avalaneh-- yilllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt; Buy for Christmas on Dollar Day $1 .00 Reduction on Every $10.00 Amount 1 Purchased Every article in this wonderful Christmas Store included (except Howard and Hamilton Watches, f Community Silver, and Electric Appliances.) Regnier&ShoupCo. I (No. 352C9) OIIDEK OP PUBIJCVnON In the Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, to the Janu irv I Term, A. D, 1921 I .State of Missouri, County of IJu-' chanan, ss. I Elslo Crull rioJntlff ' vs. I Itoy B. Crull. . Defendant I Now at this day comes the plaintiff by her Attorney, and It appeirlng to tho satisfaction of the Circuit Court thnt said defendant. P.oy B Crull. is , a non-resident of the Stato eif Mis souri, and does not reside therein it is ordered that slid non-resident de- fendont bo notified by publication i as required by law that said plaintiff I Ins commenced her suit In this Court ' againht said defendant by petition , and affidavit, the objei t and general' nature of which Is to obtain a de cree of divorce from tho defendant on the crounds of desertion nnd abandonment, without any reasonable ciuse, for the space of moro than one whole ear next before the filing of plaintiff's petition, and upon the ' further ground that defendant failed and refused to support nnd provide i for plaintiff and their two minor children That unless the said lloy 11. Crull shall be nnd nppe ir at tho next term of thLs Court, to be begun and held at the Court House, In the City of St. Joseph, In Buchanan County, Ptato of Mlxpntirl, on the 3rd day of January, 1921, on or before tho third day of said trrm, to answer plaintiff's petition, tho same will be taken for eonfuwed im to him and judgment rendered accordingly It Is further ordered, that a, copy of this order be published In The 8t Joseph Observer, a newspaper pub llshel In the County of Buchanan for four weeks successively, the Ust insertion of which to be at loost fif teen dAvs before the next Januar). 1921, term of this Court. A true copy. Attest- KMMETT J CBOUSK, (Seal) Clerk. By It. V. Mumford. Deputy Clerk. Bart M. Eockwood, Attorney for Plaintiff, (1117) 110-112 North Fifth Street Iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilililililiiiiiiiiiiliiiimiiiilllillilimiiillliliilliir: J r (No 3C2S3) OIlDEIt OP PUBLICATION In the Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, to the January Term. A. D. 1921. State of Missouri, County of Bu chanan, ss. Mildred Smith Plaintiff vs. Jonathan W. Smith Defendant Now at this day comes the plaintiff by he-r Attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Circuit Court that said defendant. Jonithan W bmith, U a non-resident of the State of Mlxnourl. and does not rcoide therein. It U ordered that said de fendant be notified by publication, aa required by law, that said plaintiff has commenced her suit In thU Court against said defendant by petition and affidavit, the object and general nature of which Is to obtain a decree of divorce from the defendant on the grounds that said defendant had doxerted this plaintiff and has ab seiiUHl himself without just cau.e from hi usual place of abode for moro than one whole ear next be fore the filing of thbi petition, that defendant would ouoclatd with worn- rji 14 dSCi TA (J w QUW1U n ft n an mm Most Wonderful Offer You will never again have the chance to save $50 on a Piano or Player Piano S2.C0 for $1.00. Ta- $1000 Receipt for 520.CO Pay $2000 Kcicipt for 540.00 Tay $50.00 Receipt for $100.00 $2.00 for $1.00 up to $30.00 If you Buy Dollar Day TLAYKR PIANO (1 (1 f( ROLLS O for JD1.UU SHEET MUSIC 2,000 Copies, "I p at, per copy - MUSIC HOOKS 500 Books, fTp at, per book OVs 7 USED PHONOGRAPHS Victor, $25.00 Columbia $25.03 Edison $20.00 Brunswick $110.00 (Large bizes) 10 OFF on all Violins, Guitars, Ukuleles and Small Goods. NEW VICTOR AND COLUMBIA REcORDb Olney Music Co. Near Postoffice A. A. CONNER. Mer. -117 So, 8th St. St. Joseph, Ms. (. '-1 "