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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 January 1916

8 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1916 ONE REASON THE GAS SUPPLY IS SHORT (Continued from Page One) people's Into! est. Yet, without pro test, actually with Its sanction, It al lowed the treasury of the bankrupt company to be raided and looted tin der the guise of special rervlces ren dered by receivers and nttorneys. "It simply Is a species of robbery. Indeed, I have more respect for the bank robber or the burglar, who must risk his life, than for the public of ficial who hides behind the law and participates In, this kind of legalized extortion. Arraigns Court and City Hall "Graft has for too long been per mitted to intrench Itself In our public institutions, In our courthouses, in oui city halls, and God save the mark in our courts of justice there openly shamelessly and brazenly to exact and compel tribute from all comers. We must close these avenues of easy money where the public is robbed, and quit putting a premium on such infamous dishonesty by tamely sub mitt...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

v The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME IX. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOt'RI, SATURDAY, JNtRY 22.- vm NUMBKR 16 1 1 i 1 1 i It ', ' ai jvv ',' ' i it i m, pCON IN ROACH MAKES HIS FORMAL nnnuunuunL. run uimiiuun Gives Reasons Why Should Be Elected to the First Place in the State. He is Neither the Champion of Any Class or Industry, But of All of the People. Hon. Cornelius Roach, the present efficient secretary of Mate, has now openly avowed his candidacy for gov ernor of the great state of .Missouri, and in so doing has placed befoie the voters of the state the platform on which he stands and it U gcod enough for any man to stand on. In a formal statement issued from Jefferson City this week he telle the HON. CORNELIUS ROACH "whole story this way: 'To the Democrats of the State: "I am a candidate for governor, sub Ject to the will of the Democratic oters at the August primary. My candidacy Is based on the conviction that the people want the man who has test prepared himself to render seiv ce. "In a po...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 gTurm tiiiKiniiiinn Made in a minute the milk's mixed in it" AH the work is done before you begin. Even the milk which you generally have to add is included in Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour. In a twinkling, you stir in cold water, and the pancakes are on the griddle ready to eat by the time coffee is served. No matter how hurriedly breakfast must be prepared, with Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour you can always have just what a man wants for breakfast. Better than he expects, for until he tastes the pancakes made with Aunt Jemima's, he wouldn't believe they could be so good! Try it. Delight your family. s unt irf1jEVaL $so in ibifKJ 'ANCAKE E-LOU W7- - tCirvririt. ni r. 't v u; u i il n le -t t.' LEARNED THE LORD'S PRAYER, "Old Charley" Tells How as a Child He Didn't Want To, But His Pappy "Persuaded" Him. "Yas, praise de Lord, Ah's a good Christian," remarked old Charley to an assemblage of negro children who had gathered around him on t...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 : I wy NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI In(ereJiiJ IInppeiiinn Which Hnvo Taken I'lnce in (ho Grcnicnt Sdite in (he Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor Tho number of marriages licenses issued in Worth county during tho year 1915 were C3. Stockholders in the Bank of Dear born were recently mode glad by a dividend of 20 per cent for the yenr 1915. The Maysville Pilot has discovered that a road drag set at another angle makes an excellent snow plow. Tho channel of the Missouri river at Wellington Is so narrow Just now that one could toss n stone across the stream. Of course, the Lebanon ordinance fixing tho fine of from $1 to $25 and costs for throwing ashes on streets or sidewalks should not be enforced In sleety weather. Left a legacy of $3 in his father's will distributing a $300,000 estate, a o'cott county man has announced his Intention of trying to break the will A Metz man who wandered about...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

T . THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAG EDITOll AND PUULISHER BOAUD OF TRADn BUILDING TELEPHONE MAIN Ml Business or Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rr Tear Jl .00 Advertising Hates on Application Address All Communications to THE OltSEllVUlt, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Entered at the Postoflice In St. Joseph. Ulssourl, as Second Class Mall Matter. DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce myself as a can dldatc for Member of Congress frorr the Fourth Congressional District of Missouri, subject to the primary elec tion, August 8, 1916. ROBERT I. YOUNG. THE SCHEME TO DEFEAT WILSON There are some Democrats not a powerful number, thank heaven In congress who are embarrassing Presi dent Wilson by taking part m n fight on his preparedness program, which Is the major issue of his administra tion; and it will be well for them to closely observe the progress of events in the Dull Moose and Republican camps, for It is on this same issue of preparedn...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 ; Nl LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Pfirngrnplm Which Trill n lh9 IlnpprntniSH of Lor.nl Mnmrnt in (rcalrr S(. .lottrpli. Anything Which linn Ocnurcd Deserving of Local Nutioo Cnu he Found in Thrnn Column. jft ' JlocK undertaking To. Lady attend ? Tit, 91C Frederick ae. Adv. ) Harry Wyatt returned Monday from Rock Port, where he was called on a business tnIs3lon. Mclcrhofler, the undertaker, with lady attendant. Ninth and Felix streets. Adv. George O. Starmer, postmaster at Inzn, is looking after land investments In Florida. Despondent because of the lack of work suitable for him was the cause given for the suicide of John Nelson, 40 years old, recently a resident of Des Mothes, Iowa. The First English Lutheran congre gation celebrated the second anniver sary of the completion of their beau tiful church at Tenth and Charles streets, Tuesday evening. The ten acres of ground with the famous beautiful country .ionic, "Clo vcrly Far...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

lnMMMl4 Hit .. 1 i it THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 19-16 Booher & Williams NEW LIST OF FARM BARQAINS No Xroulblo to Show Them Fine farm of 2S0 ncres, 1 mile south and I miles cast of Helena. This land Is all rich and productive and all In plow land and bluegrnss except about 10 acres In timber. Well fenced and cross-fenced and welt watered; new 6-room house: acetylene llchts; new well-built barn, 40x 41; capacity for 25 tons of hay: room for It head of horses; pood granary; Rood oorn crib for 1,000 bushels of corn; good tenement house of 3 rooms; 2 acres In young orchard. This Is a first-class farm and In n high state of cultivation. ,Prlce, 158,000. No. 1200. Excellent good farm of 198 acres, 6 miles from Savannah; new 6-room house; . inmn Tl.la lan.l la wall ttrofnl hit two largo flowing springs. Land all 20 acre tract of land with large commo- j..... iA..n nao. Cfulfnn 1Q fin thu Inter- mrban. All the land high, smooth and on public road, Price, J5UU per aer...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 If ft &Ae Voice of 'ro tho Editor o( Tho Observer: Tho forces of men and plants tiro jrlmarlly acquired forces. This im portant fact should bo made clear to every sufferer from disease, and every lspifrs should learn that vitality pos Lscsst,d by certain varieties of different species of plants tends to prolong llfo and health of animals and men, be- Realise all the activities of life nro (founded upon nutrition, and receive Vthelr necessary force from It. The power of acquisition depends upon certain characteristic conditions of animation, we may safely say that creative vital force can only develop "where challenge Induces the activity of the living organism. Tho vital force of plants and men, therefore, Is based on the ability of the organism lo react against Irritation or dial lenges from without, such as the on staclcs with which we meet dally and hourly In the battle for existence; consequently, It Is highly important tha...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 January 1916

." .1 - -nBF fe S. ' V v MfjPN0O&- f '; 8 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916 B5S. ROACH MAKES FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR GOV. (Continued from Page One) has abolished com let-contract lnbor and substituted n system more hu mane: progress lias demanded at ad ditional expenditure state regulation and control of public utility corpora tions ; the growth of the state and the Just claims of afflicted humanity nre challenging the capacity of state In stitutions: progress demands a more efficient system of country schools than can be had at the present aver age dally cost of nine cents a pupil: progress demands a type of educa tion more suited to the needs of our varied Industries, better calculated to Increase the prosperity of the state's producing factors and the happiness of the people: undeveloped resources of the state necessitate the extension of a more cordial Invitation to outside capital: and enterprise Is demanding In no uncertain tones a better system of state-...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

w The St. Joseph Observer I VOLUME IX. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATTtfDAY. J.Nfl 2 , V'U, r-v. XUMBKR 17 ) 1 h 6 i mm TAKES DECie LEAP UPWARD The Declination of David E. Curtin to Make the Race is Clearing the Atmosphere. Friends of Charles F. Enright Trying to Induce Him to Enter the Arena of Politics. With the declination ot David E. Curtin to make the race for. the Demo cratic nomination for mayor, which fas announced this week, there ha8 tfy" been a narrowing of the field of can didates, and as a result It Is expected that popular sentiment will soon crystallize and from that time on It will be smooth sailing for Is It not written that the Democratic nominee will be the next mayor of St. Joseph? The hosts of friends of good natured Dave Curtin are much disappointed over his refusal to enter the contest, but his reasons do not permit of ques tion. No one knows Dave Curtln's mind or Dave Curtin's business better than Dave Curtin, and when he de cided the point It was decided for once...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916 'lln'iiiiiniiuiiuiiiiiml.niin"tiiiTwf I s f fm, j yj w to J i III J I I ( e J I I No Milk Needed Now! You can save the price of milk when you make pancakes from Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour. Because the Milk is already mixed in it in powdered form together with all the other needed ingredients. Now, Aunt Jemima's Pancakes the crisp tender golden brown kind are easier to make and cost less to serve than ever before. All you have to do is add enough cold water to make the batter of the right consistency and then it is ready for the griddle. In a minute a heaping plate of piping hot, light, delicious pancakes, is ready for the table. Try Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour. Serve this delightful dish for breakfast tomorrow. Hear what your family says. See what you save in money, time and convenience. unt 'ancake Flour Aso la TbuvBrf 'Made in a minute the milk's mixed in it" (cfynu. win nj'W ! " v-vwvwvmiwrv a. m m m a. m m-w-i TIMBERING MINES ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916 i i ,- 4 K r. : i 51. M 4 ft It If I It- i'a 'a- DO h dy -al ne tt NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Iiifcrcntiiig Ilnppcniniiit Wliioli Ilnve Taken l'lnce in (ho Gronlcni Slnlo in tlio Union. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor Miss Nutt nml Mr. Wiseman, both of Houstonla, were married at Sednlla ono day last week. A Springfield educator keeps him self posted on current events by sub scribing to 110 dally nnd weekly news papers. Curt Leneo, northwest of Mctz, claims to have a singing mouse which Warbles so prettily that no canary bird can compare with It. A Hates county Just'ce of the peaco has offered to perform free of charge the wedding ceremony wherever the bride-to-be is red headed. For farm land which less than thirty years ago cost him an average of $40 an acre, a Clay county man has just refused $350 an acre. Why not, be like Henry Ford? asks the Linn Creek Reveille, explaining that If we can'...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAG EDITOR AND PUBLISHER BOARD OK TRADE Itl'lI.DtNU TELEPHONE MAIN S6 Business or KdltorUI TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rr Year Jl 00 Advertising Rates on Anpllcntton Address All Cummunlcntlons to THE OBSERVER. ST. JOSEPH. MO. itffii Entered at the Toxtofflce In St. Joecph. Missouri, as Second CIhai Mull Matter DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce myself as a cat: dldato for Member of Congress frou the Fourth Congressional District o' Missouri, subject to tho primary eler tlon, August S, 1916. ROBERT 1. YOUNG. NOT ACTING IN GOOD FAITH If there Is one thins more than another that shows that those who are opposed to President Wilson's de fense program are Insincere, it Is the fact that those opposing It do not dis cuss his plan candidly and truthfully, and in place Insist on denouncing a policy that is not the president's, but instead is that of the Republican leaders. These violent oppositionists fairly shudder at the discussion of a "large standing a...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916 "v "V- IU LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST PnriigriipliN Which Trll of (hn IfiipprningM ol Loon Moment in (jrcnlnr Si. Jonrpli. Anything Which Huh Oi-nureil CHcrviii ul I.ocnl Notion Can ho I'ound in Thenn ColiimiiH. A loot, consisting of cigarettes, was stolen by thieves from the Burlington Unbound fi eight house at Third and Sylvnnlc Tuesday night. S. W. Corbln, M. D. Eye, ear, nose and throat. Lincoln building. Auv. Tho Northwest Missouri Hard v o Dealers' Association met In St. Joseph In tlu Commerce Club rooms for ii business session, Tuesday. The best baby photos. Adv. Gist-Shultz. The political situation is warming up and the "panhandlers' union" Is getting busy with candidates for the customary shake down. Kodak 'finishing and popular price photos, Majestic Studio, Electric Theater Dldg., Edmond. Adv. A son and heir was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Drown, 2718 Locust street, Tuesday. Doth mother and child are doing nice...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

li- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916 Booher & Williams NEW LIST OF FARM BARGAINS No Trouble to Show Thorn rine farm of 20 ncres, 1 mllo south and t miles cast of Helena This land Is nil rich nnd productive nnd nil In plow lnnd and bluegrass except nbont 10 ncrcs In Umber Well fenced nnd cross-fenced nnd we'l MUercd, new 6-room houe; aci"tlene llBhts, new well-built bam, 40x 41; capacity for 25 tons of liny; room for 10 hend of hores: Rood grnnar : good oorn crib for 1,000 bushel' of corn; Rood tenement house of 3 room"; 2 acre In young orehnrd This Is n first-class farm and In u high state of cultivation Price, 150,000 No 1200 Excellent good farm of 103 acre, 5 miles from Savannah, new 6-room houe; barn 40x100 This land Is well fenced; has two large flowing springs Land all smooth nnd attractive No 1201 20 ncre tract of land with large commo dious houe near Station 19 on the lntcr vrban All the lind high, smooth nnd on a public road Price, $500 per acre No 120...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916 The State, It Is I! WRITTEN FOR THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR There can be no ciunstlon Hint the medical profession and let us admit, nt once, that we except from this that 'considerable body of doctors which takes tho larger view of a great pro fession Is rapidly approaching tho distinguished position In which Mai vollo found himself on tho receipt of tho famous letter from the Countess Olivia. "Some nre born great," he read as he paced the garden, "some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them." Thcroito be diphtheritic germ carriers can be no question that the medical profession was born grent. It was tho child, according to the myths, of Apollo himself, and, according to his tory, of the priests of Askleplos whom Luclnn saw stealing the sacred peas in the temple. It has achieved great ness, for has not one of its members lifted it to the pinnacle of power by claiming to decide whether children shall bo allowe...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH 0 BSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916 February Silk Sale A Complete Showing of all that's New and Fashionable in SILKS for Spring at Special Prices for One Week January 31st to February 5th (Inclusive) YOU ARE INVITED! WE INVITE YOUR EARLY INSPECTION ON SPRING SUITS AND OVERCOATS PATT BROTHERS, Tailors 511 FRANCIS STREET School Books For High Schools Grammar Schools District and Parochial Schools Second-Hand Books Bought and Sold. Mannschreck's BOOKSTORE 113 N. Seventh Street LOCAL PRINTERS BACK FOOM JOPLIN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF THE TYPOS IN THE TOWN THAT JACK BUILT Already the St. Joseph printers are I planning big things for the 1917 gath A FINE ENTERTAINMENT jering nnd the enthusiasm at the Joplin (conference would Indicate the proba- jbility of a meeting in this city next ... , ,, ii t- 1.1 i r. . year which will eclipse anything that Missouri Valley Typographical Confer.. ... nn ,,,. ence Was Foregathering of Men With a Purpose The third annual conference of tv...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 February 1916

The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME IX. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, H-.I5RUARY . 1016 NUMBER 18 N. WILSON WELL GUARDED ' ALL TALK THAT WAY WHY THERE SHOULD BE TWO POLITICAL EVENTS S. S. ALLEN PASSES ON Elaborate Precautions to Insure His Safety During His Brief Stay In St. Joseph A Kansas City Banker Supplements the Remarks of President Forbes of the First National Senator Anderson Craig Announces! A for f.rtrtnree anH inafnr I ueanht I Pioneer Most Steamboat Man and the Extensive Grocer in St. Joseph Lauds Wltson for Governor s v l M K. U-- OB President Wilson at Kansas City Makes Plain the Reasons for His Recent Triumphal Journey He Wants the People to Know From First Hands Why He Is Strongly Presenting Neutrality The hundreds of St. Joseph people, who went to Kansas City Wednesday to hear President Wilton speak, one and all returned Impressed with his honesty of purpose and the great do sire that he expressed for peace with j honor, but his rugged determination to prepare In such ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 February 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1916 THE MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DY BUYING YOUR COAL FROM SEITZ CAMPBELL on the C. O. D. plan, you cave 25 cent to ou cenu per ion. Iowa Block $4.00 per Ton Richmond Lump. $3.75 per Ton 802 S. Ninth Street Phone Main 254 M. W. STEINER D. D. S. DENTIST Graduate Philadelphia Dental College 8. W. Corner Sixth and Edmond Telephone Main 3711 DONEGAN Handles all kinds of natural gas burn ers, mantles, fixtures, etc. Get his prices. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Fourth and Felix Telephone 631 hllo other symphony orchestras in this countrj have made change after change of concert master in the past few years, attempting to secure the right kind of a man, the Minne apolls Symphony Orchestra which is to appear at the Auditorium Saturday, Feb. 12, under the local management of Mrs. Frances Henry Hill, has been fortunate in having an artist to fill this difficult position whose equal is not to be found in America today. COLLAR BUTTON SAVED LIFE ! ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 February 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1916 f v 111 u "X . - 7v V I NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happening Which Hnvn Tnkcn l'lnco iu ho Greatcnt State in tlie Union. Tbe Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor Missouri mnnufnetures over 25,000, 000 cob pipes tt year, enough to enable nil fighting Europe to smoke the pipe of peace. Uluc Indeed, must hnu been the man near Centcrtown who tried to commit suicide by drinking bluing. Chilllcothe Is to have a factory estub Hshed there for the mariufactute of war supplies. The plant will be started to work shortly and will em ploy 150 men. Mrs. Anna Potts, of (iullford, brought her son, Fisher Potts, to Sntunnuh Sat urday to hate the Nelson mad stone applied. The young man was bitten by a cat last Wednesday and the stone adherred three and one-half hours. Platte County came Into existence as a county Jan. 1, 1839. Platte City received Its christening Feb. 3rd, 1840. So Thursday, Feb. 3, 19 1C,...

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