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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920
rwmirrr-iMLj j umnraa a: NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIALJiSSOURI lias nmonc he.ird of Dr. "Souk IJInr' L.iker of Maryllle slrico the elect an ' Hopkins Journal. M - Louise Walts is visiting rela tive in Su Louis and studjlng the Uto U tii i. Doonvllle Itepubllcan, "Then isn't any sting In tlio old ad vie m to Halifax any tnore," Bays the J. iiin Olobe dreamily. "Halifax has vol i l wet." CVHv iy county will hold Its six teenth k.iifulum of Callaway supper at l'uli.in about the middle of Jun u.rj a i. nut three hundred and fifty lcor n j. ill attend. era. XVhlle ailing as biicIi ho had the experience of sleeping In the homo of the Confederate president, Jefferson Davis, while Davis, gun In hand, kept guard against Ihe Union forces. A man In Miller county Im suing an other for $350 which ho won on the oleetlon which the other refused to pay. It remains to be seen whether you can collect a bet which Is ngaliust the- law by going to law about It, Thee who believe In plenty of o?ono for health and longevity had their easo knin ked to flinders recently by tho iltith of a woman after a Ions Illness at l'uro Air which la In tho vicinity of Kirksvllle. John T. Gauncc, 70 jenrs old, died Tuesday at his home, 3317 Holmes street Kinsns City In tho Civil war Mr Giuinre was a rourler foe Gen. John Morgan, who won fame as the loader of a band of Confederate rang- U Is not surprising tint things woro scattctcd about n bit in tho Ouil ford depot ono morning recently. The Times reports that H robber, after co ins to tho troublo of prjlng off the door procured exactly 20 cents and a lickot. Tho W'cKlboro Enterprise, which for tho past twenty years has been pub lished at XX'ostboro by 1). H. Williams, lias jollied tho ranks of thoeo publica tions which have been unable to t md up under tho (--train of war-tlmo prlcis for print paper and other materials. XXIien you are out hunting It's al ways tho mfcst way to keep our Bun uncocked until you nre ready to use It. Tlicro was tho ca.se nf Itoy Cunningham, who Is on the detective force In Kansas City, ntid who took a llttlo hunt down at Crovs Timbers, in Ilonton county. In order to crawl under a fence, ho laid hla pun dow-n closo to It without uncocking the weapon. Just then, his doc camo running up and In Jumping through tho fence, stepped on tho gun, which was discharged, seventy shots finding lodgment In Cunningham's right foot and ankle. Ho had a dozen of the pellets extracted by a local surgeon and then went on to Kansas City to have tho extraction Job finished. Judge J. V. Rulllnger of King Clfy, who was recently appointed federal attorney for tho western district of Missouri, has appointed John A. Show en, formerly of this county, as lils flist assistant. Showcn has been living In Kansas City for several years. Albany Ledger. J. H. llennitt of Springfield. Thurs day Mild his 600-acro farm near Buf falo, Dallas county, to Gtorgo A. Ward of Tulsa, for J100.000. The deal Is ono of the largest In farm renlty completed In Southwest Mis souri, llennett's father bought the land for 1 nn aero nbout sixty years ago. "A caravan of 'movers' pissed through town recently hound for south Missouri," reports the llootixlllo lle publlrin. "There weio flvo covered wagons loaded with household goods. men, women and children. Two men 'scouts' rodo horseback ahead of tho wagona In tho good old stylo. It re minded ono of tho good old days when Indians roamed tho hills and valleys and pcoplo had to watch their step. Tho families woro from Iowa and wero seeking cheaper land iu Howell county." . , rossumlc!?i possum Jmnls are now all tho rage In Missouri. A bunch of central Missouri school teachers trot ting about tho woods tho other night and wound up by frying bacon; while fifty Odessa IC P.'s staged their nn nual possum hunt tho other night. Neither party secured a possum, but otherwise the local papers speak of them as being grand successes. Tho following Is taken from the Jackson Examiner without tho least desire to start controversy as to whether the commodity Is food or not: "It Is said moro persimmons havo been sold on the local market this year than ever before nnd yet thoro Is no sign of falling off In the crop. On ono farm Just off the Nel son road west of Hlue Springs fifty bushels are still hanging to tho trees." s6tityzf&c?$($. Mal1 ordcra chcn rrom,,t Aucn"on JfiSw&t$& M 4 Santa Wants You to Write Him a Letter m Ar.'t i . stJ$LJ& evvjirt-B i&: 'SBbHWVV t flaZJrrfir .) -rW;i- Children, Meet k Santa Claus m in Toyand $ ? m w In addition to giving seven prisoners heavy sentences; earlier In the dny on burglary and grand larceny charges, rrillllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllitii iiiimnimit titiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiKitiiMiiiiiiMiitiitMfiiiiiiTiiititiMi . ((iifiiatirilllllllllllltllllll(l(llllalll.ll fl . t , , . ; . - s iii ! .I i v t j .v.iA'nj'ir. (ITtr L A 'l TM- if I BL' f'rfi',j71vff:.'J'3JTi".Ji'MIPFnWVJUKrtrC.l flira :l twjro m ij ' tifr:: wPfP m'waa , t - fe w vv. &" s c ' Sv I - - TZ'T' - JZi w m$ inf p i ''''livi iii fJW '&-iiZizr P?" Sacred Flours at Home While the avenues of human interest nre many and jjreatly divrrMfied, one often jields williiiyly to the call of inner self and finds swet t pleaMire and satisfaction in the soft, appealing btrains f "Whispenntr Hope" and similar belt-ctions. The Brunswick hrmtjs thib wonderful music into your home for the family's betterment and enjoyment at any time. Ill 11 15-iV a ".& irmin vn itrsr ifzzztra r r"3!Ti v a h n i vjt v i s.v jrairmuio w jkcjk ro mtmm raphe i)n im uls tiou i ,V-.lf, Radiate Happiness and Influence for Man's Good How comforting and satisfying is this means of indulging one's desire for old familiar hymns just at the time when is " tV mood fur them, and the encouragement they give. And what a splendid way to weld the linhs of family attach- t-pen the power of sentiment. There are so many beautiful btlectioiii by noted artistb that every record collcc eejntatn a number of them for the sacred hours at home. Select Your Brunswick Tomorrow The Leader Has the Type You Want at a Price to Suit You Never was this store's position as St. Joseph's Foremost Store for Phonographs, Talking Machines and Kemrds more clearly defined than now with splendidly com plete stotkk and service supreme to meet the individual requirements of eeryonc. Tlic Importance of making your selection now cannot be overestimated. You are sure of ob taining the model that pleases you best and your mind is free from the worry and uncertainty that delay entails. Delivery need not be made until Christmas. Deferred Payments Can Be Arranged, If Desired Exclusive Brunswick Features The Brunswick is distinctly different in method of re production the Tone Amplifier is built entirely of wood, which ts an aid to perfect reproduction. The Ultonn plays all records, not confining you to one make and it plays each exactly as intended. Not an at ta hmeiit, hut a patent that involves genuine fundamental principles of sound. n 'ihc Brunswick Record Piling System is particularly convenient. MUSIC SALON, FIFTH FLOOR Exclusive Service Features Demonstration Parlors with plenty of air and light, en abling you to choose your Phonograph and Records with easel and comfort. Record Service Counter, where you can miickly purchase tlio Records you want to buy without demonstration. v s t" ' s. Gift Suggestions from the Music Salon pianos, Grand Pianos, Player Pianos, Player Rolls, Piand Jicnclies, monograph Records, jW fkmmMmmH f 4M wmiiiGn bt,, Joseph btoiies association: -a.' ". 1 BUY K, BRUNSV; WICK now; Vi w vq 4 V3 a ft B Tea Sets for the Little Hostess Theie nre Tea Sets galoie for the little housekeeper. China Si Is, Aluminum Sets, Kiiiun cled Pels, Granllo Ware Sets and Wooden Sets. The price ange takes In Iwth low priced sets and the higher prl( ed ones. The bets were designed for every purpose doll par tics, real tea parties, and for le.tl cooking. , TEX SETS "hlnn Sets 2re, ."..V. -lOc, !18p, t i.is, $2. iii. $.t,iii up t sn.nn I'ewtcr .Set 25", -lit-. Toe, UHe. $M mill S-..I" Santa's Own Column Toy land is Chock-Full oi 'Things for Good Lfdle Boys and Girls Aluminum Sets $!.f!M, $3.1!) mid S2.0S. Trains and Tracks for the Boys Overland Mechanical. Prices $1.03, $2.93, $3.08, $6.93 Ives Electrical Can use either dry cells or trans former that attaches to light socket and is ready to work $5.38 and $12.08 Lionel Electrical Uses cells and trans former $6.98, $9.98 Transformers $3.25, $4.98, $5.49 Games for Every Age Card Oames, Map Games Sol dier Games and Puzzle Gaines, Insttuctlvo and amusing. You will find here so wldo a variety that to attempt an ndequato description would he folly In deed. Suffice It to my that whatever the game may he you will find It here, These ato only n few of the many hero In Toy land: Hook ?,c Pit 7.-.o Peter Coddles !.', Hoy Scouts '.In Jack Straws 2.1c iJeek Toss 7SO Horse Shoes St. Ill Dominoes -."., line, S1.H8 Polly Anna $1.49 Authors loo Musical nstrus73ents for Boys and Girls ri! iW m I swif Ti fiS Ttanj.iM J(v M tmloluiH i'i -'"'i." tl -' n Jf A f di& si! Si KKillTII x-vii PM SCHOENHUT PIANOS Most substantially built and operating on a principle so simple that they seldom bee-omc out of order. Toy Pianos hae often been a means of indicating musical talcn, and a child will spend hours at a miniature piano, hours that wuuld be drudgery if spent at a regular instrument. Upriu-il Piarioa 08c, $1.49, ?2.49, $2.08, $4.98, $9.98, $14.93 Grand Pianos $2.9S, $3.SS, $4.98, $17.50 Cornets, Etc. tflr, &2 !' . . . SJ.UB Miniature Ilrars Cornets, iiiiisii' maker Cl.irlniiettes. , .liSo A and C i'liites.'.'. l;ejs. A real . . .UM-, SI. 'HI 10e-, Ur.o & v'iLr fc- Sri 4W ? a w j itff v-r s&avr- a? Jvi47jr KLsfjfSLnn3' p f sxs fJZMP f 6$4ig MM, (fh&r 2ijr -z&r- IX &?&&as, 7iiiiii)iiiiiiHiii!iiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiii.iiiinniiiiiiiHiiiiiuiJiiiiiiiiiiiuuiJmuiiiiii)iujjiiinm 1-HONE MAIN 090 B2!&& Judge Halih S. Eatshaw of the Kan sas City criminal court wntenced tin co oilier men to the penitentiary last Thurbdsy, making a total of ten men sentenced by him hi one day to prison. Paul Kelly, "5 jears old, said by the police to bo tho "most arrested man In Kansas City," was allowed to plead guilty to a clinige of attempt ing to steal a motor car from Arthur Airhcrger, 2322 Cyprnw avenue, llo was sentenced tu two years Imprisonment. .luiljre Jesse ItobctUon klllesl two birds with one stono as the saying Ls this morning when he married two collides with ono ceremony. The wedded coup!es wero Mlm Do I'tt.i Elizabeth Ilezley of York Town, la., and Kay l.e.0 Croat) of Hopkins, and Miss Helen P. Sobbings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hobblnif of Hop kins, nnd William Cros, also of Hop kins. Nodaway Democrat-Porum. A New York restaurant If making claims to ilistlni Hon by liavliig just employee! mutes on waiters. Kow York Is slow thero hao boen dumb waiters and intvlity diimh at that, even In little old St. Joseph, for lo, these many years, nnd deaf as a post when you aro particularly anxious to call their attention to your wajila. Hopkins Journal. Governor Gardner recontly recolvud a tolegrsm from St. Eouls'ln tho name of the Society of American Indian, ui-klng him to aid In tho search for an Indian rnluilonary whoMi name la I.eo Black Hawk and who has disap puared "fcomewhtro west of here." It Is hoped that this good Indian will not bo found to bo what many say the only good Indian la. On tho morning of November Std, ono of our old friends, a good old Democrat, camo slowly down the btrcet. A bunch of happy (of course) ltcpublicaiiH wore waiting for him to hac n, llttlo fun. "XX'oll, Unole Tom," said ono, "how do you feel this morn ing?" "Just like E-Uiarus." said Tom. "How's that?" asked another Elephant follower. "I fool like I was llckod by a bunch of dogs," replied he. Gome como back, ch? llothany Ilbpubllcan. "After the coon supper at Mrs. IV. D. Haines rrlday night," reports the" Oilman City Guide, "XV. M. Robert son, when he was accosted by a fierce hound at onco climbed tho telegraph pole and began to wag his coa talU. II, P. WolU clambered up on top of his piano when he got homo and be gan to bark In coon dialect, until his wife took him' by the collar and put him to bed. Puss Willi. mis was found noxt morning up In tho top of Mrs. Clarlnda Dryer's persimmon tree about frozen to death. Hut the rist of tho bojs got home safo and aro about not mal again." "George XV. Day says ho recently brought u calf hide to town nnd sold It for 52 31," says tho Pilot Grove Itecord. "llo than purchased a pair of shoes for his baby for $2. CO. The calf hide weighed fifty pounds, the baby shoes only a few ounces, and allowing one calf pound to a pair of shoes, 118 p-Urs of child's shoes could bo made from tho calf's hide and nt J 2. SO should hao maelo the hide worth $295." A child Is dead and two adults arc In a dangcious condition from hydio phobia and a third Is bulloved to h.ie been Infected. Eiwronce Col bert, $-oni'-old nn of Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Colbert, of New Truxton, died Saturday after bolng bitten by a pet dog which went mad. Colbert was alio bit by tho dov and dovoloppd hydrophobia. Mrs. Colbert was lilt ten by tho child. Clifford A. Tero. a relative, who attmnled tho child, is bulloted to have been lufoctoj Phy sicians attending Mr. and Mrs. Col bolt said that they probably would not recover. W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial i:yea and a Full Line of Optical Good. LENSES THAT FIT THC EYES 120 S. HUi M. Phono Main 2331 CHAS. H. PAETZ Manufacturer of M.XT1 HESSIir AXD PILLOXVS Mattress nnd lVuiher ltcnoiitiiig Dealer in lleids. Springs, Cota, Etc. Telephone Main ItCS 10U-20 So. 4th St. St. Joseph, Mo. Phono Main 251. Dili A- IMtcc Sis. Seitz-Campbell Feed and Fuel Company "Wholesale and Itetall Dealers In All Kinds or lllsh Crailo Coal, Al-o XX'ood. St. Joseph, Missouri DILL'S REPAIR SHOP 1705 Garfield Ave. A1JTO.XIODILK ItEPXIUlNO Gasoline, I.ubileating Oil, Aecctsorlea. All XVoik Gu.irniilisl Phone Main 1299. St. JoEeph, Mo, Tho new officers of tho Tlalte County Fair Association uro on fol lows: XX'. T. Hope, piesldcnt; H. E. Dlllliculmm, vice president: J, O. Johnson, tronmirer, and J. F. Sexton, secrotary. The board of directors In cludes XX'llfcon Murray, Harrel Miller, Ham Knighton, C. C. Cock-ill, XV. Z. Jones, Dlllsrd Ilaker, C. II. Kettle, f. H. llobnrts, G. II. Kckert, Notley Pep- per. They are asklnir the fannors to save their best oars of corn from the 1920 crop to display next fall, as the fair occurs before tho 1921- corn is matured, and corn la a good ad fo that county, . According to tho Fayetto Advertis er, Judge II. C. Shields went coon hunting ono night recently, taking his favorite coon dog along. lie brouaht a coon down from tne top or n twenty-five foot tiee, and -ettirncd homo expecting 'ii dog to follow. Three days parsed with no sign of th" dog. He returned to tho tree In drt-ui cx pectins to find the dgg dead. In- FOGARTY, KNE1B & CO. Grain, Ilnj, Mill IVed of All Kinds Agenti fur Purina Stock and Chick Feed 1.11 1-lfi-IH oinli Kith Street Telephone .II.ilu S3GI. St. Josiph, JIo. Choice Cut Flowers FOE JOit OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Sixth and rrenrJs Ctreelu Phonia 1(0 and ill Moad ho was marooned In tho ex tremo top of a hollow tree, high up, whoio tho wily coon had led him be fore giving him the slip for higher eiimi ters. Ho hud dangled there tho three days and nights and a ropo parachute was tuceiMU-y to lower him to tho ground. "I'll mako tho 800 record yet" says Uov. R. H. Nix, according to the C.ir thngo Press. "It's a race with thna but I'm confident I shall win. it 'a something to feel proud of to know you've mado 1,000 persons happy. And so far as I know no couple I have married has ever separated, al though my name is Nix." Mr. Ni whose term will oxplre December 31, has been county treasurer eight ycirs. Being a minister of the gospel, alto. cima In handy and ho is ambition to mrko his neon) of 773 married pair; 800 befuru ho tui'i.s tilt key In th lowk. ?