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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 November 1916

,jfcv r-jjH.,.iiMwaiPlMw ..iWnVnjL pHlirHH-JI.... WOWtWtl' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMlER 11, 1916 - - - ,.- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAQ EDITOR AND PUBLISHER HOARD OF TRADE BUILDING TALEPHONB MAIN til Bualneti or Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per ) ear f 1.00 AdvertUlnr Ratei on Application Adre AH Communication! to THK OBSERVER, ST. JOSEPH, MO. entered at the Postottlce In St Joirph, Ulnourl, a Second Clan Mall Matter. IS VILLA YET AMONG LIVING? Every day sometimes occasionally it is every other day some jingo who is keeping himself delightfully em ployed announces that the bandit Villa Ib either dead or ho is alive again. From day to day we read reports of what Villa is doing, and in trouble re ports from Mexica it seems to be taken for granted that he is alive and leading his mlschiovous forces of out taws. Yet there is probably not a man in the United States who knows that Villa is alive. There is a magazine published in Now York called the Mexican Revie...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916 f & J ;. , V - i LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs 'Which Tell of lh HnppenlniJii of Local Moment In Grenler St. Joseph. Anything Which II nn Occnred Deserving of Local Notice Can he Fonnil In Thene Colnrani, Pupils began school work in the Bliss school Monday morning. Rock Undertaking Co. Lady attend ant, 91G Frederick ave. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Itlmel ot Guilford wete In tho city Sunday The Northwest Missouri Press asso clatlonjvlll meet here Nov. 17 and 18. t Ust Opal Cleaner. Adv. The prohibitory amendment was de feated nt the election in this county hefd Tuesday by 2,715. The common expression of every body in this city Is, "Well I'm glad election is over." J. C. Whltscll, M. D., eye, ear, noso and throat. Commercial Bldg. Adv. Rain to the extent ot 3.82 inches fell Tuesday night and Wednesday, the heaviest fall since May 12. Everything you need for any kind ot )f Painting, Wallpaper. Chandlee's Pain &...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 November 1916

..Tia;r!Ci. S iuUA 2tM)mmz MiiuMwfi4i, THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916 y The Triumph of Judge Allen JUDGE THOMAS B. ALLEN Ono of the triumphs of Democracy In the county election was that of the selection of Judge Thomas B. Allen to be his own successor in Circuit Court Division No. 1. Judge Allen vras re-elected he cause the voters of Buchanan county knew that he was the right man for the place, and that he gave his decis ions in all cases based on law and justice. That was why ho was given such a substantial majority. The people of Buchanan county who may be unfortunate enough to be come involved in litigation, can well feel satisfied to have Judge Allen on the bench to hear their cases, for they are assured of receiving full justice in every particular. Judge Kirkman a Winner i & . . If-' RE - ' t - - JUDGE MARVIN KIRKMAN Of course Judge of the County Court Marvin Kirkman of the Second district won why should he not? The people of Buchanan county have dis ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916 FOR THE CROAKERS As yet tbcro is no sign of tho satura tion point being reached aa regards supplies of goods, and whllo high prices aro complained of, thero is no ovldcnce, asldo from conservatism In buying somo textiles that havo ad vanced largely, of tho buying move ment being checkod. "This week thero was a veritable grourid swell of new orders, acccm panted by extraordinary quotations for leading commodities and clear evi dences that tho Nation's producing factors cannot meet tho demand, paucity of materials being accen tuated by inadequate supplies of la bor, as well as by country wide short ages of railway cars." This Pesters Republican Spellers carefully by tho Bureau of Labor, show that there aro now 1,380,000 moro men with actlvo employment in the United States than thero wcro when Mr. Taft was president and theso men aro being paid tho cnor mous sum of $1,860,000,000 moro monoy than they were paid when the protective tar...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 November 1916

i -' MSMNMBUtftamafctt THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916 H Ju& Sixteen of the Many Big Bargains Hirsch's Offer You g I Dollar Day jj Be Sure to come! Remember the date, Nov. 16 1 g WOMEN'S FELT SLIPPERS E Women's E-2 Felt Slippers Moccasin style, soft : padded soles; colors, grey, wine and blue; worth $1.25. Dollar Day, per pair 5 LADIES' FIBRE SILK BOOT HOSE EE Made with double sole and toe, high spliced heel, and lisle garter top; black only; 35c Quality, E Dollar Day, 4 pairs S LADIES' ENVELOPE CHEMISE Kmbroldered and lace trimmed; made of pink js batiste and white nainsook; up to $1.49 values. Dollar Day , WOMEN'S MUNSINGWEAR UNION SUITS High neck, long sleeves and low neck no sleeves, ss ankle length styles; 75c values. S Dollar Day, 2 suits , 5 HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES EE Odds and ends nearly all shades, good quality; SB worth up to $1.98. SEE Dollar Day , jS OSTRICH PLUMES sss A good assortment of colors blue, toupe, pink, yel low, green, etc. Values to $2.5...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 November 1916

The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910 r NUMBER 7 S 8 Lw ft" PfV THE REPUBLIC REPUTATION Was Willing to Sell Republicans Defeat 'Caused State Chairman James Cowgill to Blush with Shame and Repudiate Its Acts It is all well and proper that inde pendent papers should accept political advertising from all parties for pay, but when papers which have been the organs of the Democratic or Re publican parties for years stoop so low in the scale of political harlotry and prostitution to accept money and open their columns for the opposite party, they . should as they do lose the respect and confidence of the mem bers of their party and sink to the depths of the streets and alleys prostitute. The St. Louis Republic in the campaign closed on Nov. 7 caused every Democrat in the state to blush. If the Kansas City Star was not al ready a political harlot (although It supports Democracy between elections and the Republican ticket at elections) it would ...

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. — 18 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 jflESN, Lyman, 0,0, 85 OPTOMETRIST Eyesight Specialist At office every day but Tuesday and Wednesday, I furnish glasses to relieve all defects of vision, which are causing headaches, nervousness and Inflamed eyelids, blurrlnir, cross and weak eyes. CONSULTATION FltEB 48 Dalllnger Building. Phone 3082 FOR BEERS, WINES OR LIQUORS OP ALL KINDS AT REASONABLE PRICES WRITE OR PHONE TO D. FELTENSTEIN 315-17-19 EDMOND STREET Phone Main 4312. St Joseph, Mo. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notlco Is hereby ctven to all creditors and others Interested In tho estate of Sarah It Gibson, deceased, that I, Min nie E. Gibson, Administratrix of snld es tate, Intend to make Final Settlement thereof at tho next term of tho Probate Court ef Buchanan County, State of Mis souri to bo held at tho court house In St, Joseph, Mo., on tho first Monday of December, 1916. MINNIE n. GIBSON. Administratrix. Ned Turner Plastering and Repairing Phone M. ...

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. — 18 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 4 I NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happeninga Which Have TnUcu Place iu (ho Greatest Stato iu (lie Uninu. The Product of (lie Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor A Trenton firm has purchased and , placed at tho disposal of physicians uit;iu ii juuk niutor. Pickering Is keeping pace 'with other towns In the social whirl and now has a "Needlework Club." Rosendalo has smallpox and icar let fever making It necessary to close the schools and to hold no public gatherings of any kind. Lee Olandon of Raymore is entitled to the designation of "Major" com monly accorded him. He Is 72 years old and has been railway station agent at his town for 45 years. "Six dollars for a Thanksgiving tur key!" exclaims the Brookfield Argus, horrified, when it recalls that in tho old days a pretty fair sized turkey could be bought for six bits. James W. McKnlght of Gentry county was elected state senator from the First district ove...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAQ EDITOR AND rUBLIBUMR BOARD Or TRADE BUILDING TELEPHONE MAIN M Bualneai or- Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year f l.f I AdrertUtnr IUUa en Application Adareta All Communication! to THE OBSERVER, ST. JOSEPH. Ma Entered at the PoatoCHoe In Bt Joaepfc, Ulaeourl, aa Becond Claai Mall Matter. THE WEST INTO ITS OWN At last the great west our part of God's footstool has come Into its own and to use a homely but truly appli cable expression we are the people. No more can or will wall street The first bit of good news received and the little east dictate to us or this fall was the triumphant re-elec-tell us what we may or may not do, tlon of President Wilson. As one and neither can either one of those good thing should bring on another, or both of them tell us what WE MUST DO for we are now firmly es tablished and standing on our own bottom as It were not that we do not want the help of the east sh...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 Judge A. D. Burnes of Platte 'City, was In St. Joseph yesterday on his return from Savannah where he had been holding court. Judge Burnes en Joys the merited distinction of having been re-elected to his present high office without opposition from either Republican or Democrat In either tho primary or general election. SommBffiMM&x SeumkiwIflM. LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragrapho Which Tell of the Happenings ol Local Moment in Greater St. Joneph. Anything Which Ilaa Ocenred Deaerriu at Local Notice Can be Found la These Columns. Firtt of All Reliability r x).j-r . Tho Drlco Of milk wna rnlapil 2 ronJn per quart Thursday. Howard Teare ot Forest City was a Thursday visitor. v The congregation of the Hyde Park Presbyterian Church had a homecom ing last night. The Southeast Improvement Club elected officers and directors last night. The Standard Oil peoplo are mov ing into their new offices on Ninth and Monterey. Judge A. ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 i EASY TO TELL POISON IVY W T I II QUESTION OF THE BANKERS' LIFE Why Should He Help to Keep Up the Bankers' Life Which Would Tear Him Down? He Compares the Present Agitation to Investigation of Insurance Com panies Four Years Ago Morris P. Westheimer, who 'vas raised in St. Joseph and who is now at the head of the Westhcimcr inter ests in Cincinnati, Ohio, evidently does not believe in the doctrine that where an Individual or corporation attempts to destroy you and your property, that you should contribute your own funds to help him to do It. The Bankers Life Insurance Co. of Des Moines has been extremely active in the prohibition campaign in that and other states, and when the other day they notified Mr. Westheimer who is a policy holder that premiums were due on bis policies, he replied in this way: To Confiscate Property "Bankers' Life Co., Des Moines, Iowa: Gentlemen I am in receipt of your notice of premium due on my policies...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 November 1916

- -m- y - v THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 I JOHN M'COIACK IS COMING nnH fSalaagtalBSaSiaSBsBSaSal aslalSaiBiaSaSaaaSSaaaaSSasSSSBsSaaSM "There is but one McCormack, and his name is John; to hear him sing is a Joy, to come under the spell of his personality is a privilege," writes Red fern Mason, one of the leading writ ers on musical topics on the Pacific Coast, in tho course of a review of a concert given in San Francisco, by the world renowned tenor, who will be heard in recital at the Auditorium Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 30, under the local auspices of Mrs. Francis Henry Hill. "It is not that John McCormack. has a beautiful voice," he continues, "that Is only part of his charm. Many sing ers we have beard out here have beau tiful voices, but they could not attempt to put pathos into a song as he does. "With these people it is voice and art, nothing more; with McCormack, It Is voice, art and sterling manhood. Great though his vocal gifts may be, and refined...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 November 1916

aMiiWiN& I THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 I WILSON THANKS VOTERS Will Not Come West to See Us Now But Promises to Come In the Near Future Washington, D. C, Nov. IB. Presi dent Wilson expressed bis gratitude to the people of tho west for their sup port In the election In messages sent tonight In reply to requests that he visit that section before congress opens. He said he would be unable to make the trip at present because of critical duties, but promised to go west later, if possible. The president sent tho following telegram to Wllllipn H. King, success ful for the United States senate from Utah: "Tho invitation to visit the west tugs hard at my heart, because I feel deeply grateful to all the west for the splendid and generous support you have given me, but I would not be worthy of their generous confidence If I were to leave my desk at a time when duties of tho most critical and pressing sort crowd upon me. "I am promising myself the pleas ure of such a...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 November 1916

The St. Joseph Observer I BTVLr VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 191G NUMBER 8 ' y r R j(T ' ijnoi I AND IT REALLY IS ALL OVER NOW For Hughes Has at Last Sent That Long Deferred But Not Awaited Message AS THE PEOPLE ALREADY KNEW THE RESULT After Sixteen Days In Which to Make Up His Mind That the People of the United States Did Not Desire He and Teddy the Noisy to be their Bosses for the Next Four Years, Hughes Before It Was Everlastingly Too Late to Save His Face Grud glngly Wires Woodrow Wilson That He Has Given Up His Last Longing Hope Well! Its all over now shouting nnd all for the last token has been' given and Woodrow Wilson will now succeed himself according to the high est authority in the Republican party the man who tried with the help of Teddy the Noisy, Penrose, Snioot, Crane, Morgan, Rockefeller, Root et al, to defeat him Charles Evans Hughes. It needed or rather required six teen long days for Hughes to make up his mind that he was licked while the...

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. — 25 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 4E&N,Lpai,0,D, tgy OPTOMETRIST Eyesight Specialist At oltlco every day but Tuesday and Wednesday. I furnish glasses to relleva all defects of vision, which are causing headaches, nervousness and Inflamed eyelids, biurrlnp, cross and weak eyes. CONSULTATION FKEE 43 Balllnger Dulldlng. Phone 3082 FOR BEERS, WINES OR LIQUORS OP ALL KINDS AT REASONABLE PRICES WRITE OR PHONE TO D. FELTENSTEIN 315-17-19 EDMOND STREET Phone Main 4312. St. Joseph, Mo. Ned Turner Plastering and Repairing Phone M. 3485 801 S. 8th St. Abercrombie Stone Co. CUT STONE CONTRACTORS Building and Monumental Work 1403 South Ninth Street Three Blocks East.of Union Depot Office Residence Phone Main 2502 Phone Main 6863 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 Feli...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 kw I III v. I LOVE NOT ENOUGH MONEY CALLED POWERFUL AID TO HAPPY MARRIAGE. Writer of Oolnlon That the French System of Providing Wives With " Dowries Has Much to Rec ommend It It Is said thnt hccnuso of tho scar city of money In France the dot system is slowly dying out. The American parent litis ever laughed to scorn tho venerable French custom of supplying; tho brldo with n dowry to bring to her husband on her wedding day. A dot less maiden In French countries re mains single. In many parts of upper Canada this is still true, and I have known American girls who married into French families In Montreal and Quebec to secure a substantial ddt from their parents before taking tho matrimonial leap. Otherwise their standing with the people who arc to be their future friends Is decidedly Insecure, a writer in tho Philadelphia Ledger says. All of which proves that the French people, with their usual Intuitive quick ness, realize what Am...

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. — 25 November 1916

t aftS jflBWIIff iffllSU AWUWVi THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 TIE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAQ EDITOR AND PUBLISHER BOARD Or TRACK BUILDING! tmUCPIIONE .MAIN Ml Bualneai or Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION er year. ,. f 1.00 ' Adrertlatnr Ratea on Application Addresa All Communication! to THE OBSERVER. ST. JOSEPH. MO. , Entered at the PottoSlce In St Joaeph, .Missouri, aa Second Claii Mail Matter. HIGH PRICES LABOR AND WAR The National Grange held a conven tion in Washington last week, ana President Wilson addressed it, one St his subjects being the Inflation of food prices. His solution was a new agri culture largely increased production made possible by the opening of vast credits to the farmer, by bringing new areas into culthatlon and by in tensive farming made possible by placing the best scientific knowledge of the world freely at the farmers' dis posal. He assailed In no uncertain terms artificial infatlon of prices by middle-1 men and this problem ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 h t - I ., LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST PnrniJrnpliM Which Tell oi the llnpprnlngM of Local Moment in Grcnlnr St. JoHcph. Anything Which Hon Occured Deserving of Local Notice Can he Fonnil in These Columns. west Missouri. Well Improved, close to town, good schools, and priced right. Can mnko splendid terms on this property. Also other farms of all sizes. Seo or wrlto mo at Citizens! Dank of Graham, Mo, W. E. Freytag Adv. milWoSl First of All Reliability mimillmJl. The price of coal Is still on the up grade. Louis F. Swift of Chicago Inspected the Swift plant hero Tuesday. list Opal Cleaner. Adv. The basket ball season opened at Benton high school Thursday. Wlnfleld Scott Gossett of Forbes, was a Thursday visitor. Ida La Masters wants a divorce from Fred La Masters. J. C. Whltsell, M. D., eye, ear, noso and throat. Commercial Dldg. Adv. Congressman Charles F. Boohcr will leave for Washington on Thanks giving night to take up h...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 II' T. KOENIG TELLS OF THE HIS STORY DEUTS UIS TRIAL He Tells of the First Trip of the Vessel Which Has Now Become World Famous In His Own Graphic Language He Nar rates the Events Which Have Astonished the World Herewith Is the true and amazing story of the first day's voyage of the submarine Deutschland, written by her heroic commander, Captain Paul Koenlg. This narrative, unique in the annals of the sea, is the exclusive property of W. K. Heart, as far as the Amer ican rights are concerned. After publication serially in the Examiner, it will be issued in book form by Hearst's International Library, and the profits will be donated by Mr. Hearst to the pension fund of the German Ocean Navigation Co., build ers and owners of the Deutschland. By CAPTAIN PAUL KOENIG The North sea came rolling toward us in long swells. The weather -was bright and there was a stiff breeze nor' nor'west. I stood with the first officer of the watch in th...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 November 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 r NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happening! Winch Hnve Tnkcu 1'lnce iu (he Grenioni Sinio iu (lie Union. Tbe Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor Springfield Is to have a new $25,000 laundry. The Quitman poultry show Is now In progress. Jitney service In Maryvllle been raised to ten cents. has Wm. Wilson killed Geo. Smith In Kansas City, Friday night, over a 15- cent election bet. Both were colored Six hundred companies doing bus! ness In Kansas City failed to pay their corporation taxes and were sua pended. At the risk of her life, Mrs. Bert Arnote of Mercer county made a quick choice of saving two horses or her motor car from a burning barn at the Arnote farm, six miles from Prince ton. When she had led the horses to safely It was too late to save the car. At its annual election held at i'latto City, Oct. 28, the Platte County Fair Association elected W. A. Elgin, president; H. L. Dillingh...

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