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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 NEWS FROM ALL OVER RIAL MISSOURI 1PE Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Tho Marvvllle fair will be held the Weok of September 3 to S In n half da)s session, Judge John son of Green count), granted twenty divorces Tho trial of Ocorgc Hackmann, the new state auditor, will be hold In Warren iunty In April. According to the Cameron Obser ver, one of Geo. D. Shewej's calves was under a haj stack sl days and Its alive. The citizens of Clalk, desirous of stopping petty thievery and correct ing other evlN, have organized the "CitUtns Defense Association." Collect ng bab shoes I the Odd fad of a Biovn'ni; bachelor who now has thocs ihat once were worn by fumous babies of moro than half the stutos In the tn!on. he burned the newspaper because It contained this Item: "If I -were- a woman," s.i)s Judge Aldcn, "and m) husband though...

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. — 10 February 1917

The St. Joseph Observe U , VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1916. NUMBER 19. k . i VON BERNSTORFF SAYS ' IT IS NOT OUR FAULT If the United States Becomes Involved In War Which Is Staggering Humanity And From Which This Great Nation Has So Far Been Enabled to Keep Aloof When Count Von Bernstorff, the German ambassador to tho United States, was handed his passports at Washington last Saturday and was In formed that diplomatic relations with his country was thereby severed, he made a notable declaration one that fully justifies the action of Prosldent Wilson In acting as ho did In the premises for It was a real justifica tion. What may result from this severance of diplomatic relations be tween the two countries Is yet prob lematic and all hope there will be no rupture but that is for the future to tell. But here Is what In substanco Count Von Bernstorff said: "I'm so sorry. However, as you know, I expected It. I never expected anything else. THERE AVAS NOTH ING ELSE L...

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. — 10 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917 UNIFORM MADE BOYSJEALOUS rrntus Phlnney, black, 32, nnd In uniform, stood before tho JuiIro. Ho boro the marks of recent battle, but smiled pleasantly thru 2 or 3 stitches nnd a yurd or so of court plaster. "C harmed with mshiiUuik S men at n cluni e, ' said the judM' "What hmo jou to say, UrHnlus"" "I sullenly did razor dem coons," admitted tho pri soner. "You're Jiit luick from Hex Ico, too, I understand." "Yas, mill, yo' huioh." "I?ae oii no inspect for Vi it rnimlrv nr v,mr fljur'' "Xnw. listen, Jedne, dem thine didn't hub liulhin' ter do wld hit at alt. 1 went, ter dls dance mi' mail unlfo'm dono j attract do bulled. Dey des flocked ' mi' dry flotked. Kit's whut inado! dem jeller no 'count musty Dey Jealous, jodfte. t dent took fo' hon s 'i.ie Kal-i ter de loo cream counter and don de nubble lir,m" "Hut you Invited It, didn't jou?" "So, yo' hnnnli! tilt den' folleied u ter do Ice culm Den 1 ob dem chocolate coonj F 1- "NIkkhI...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917 t l ?L L V AUTOMOBILE NEWS When you com? right clown to cases nono of the speed laws over en acted, no matter how rigidly enforc ed, has over put a brako on tho ac tivities of tho "fast" man. How much a road Is like life. Tho good road la like life at Its best smooth Bailing1, Ami enjoyable. A rough road Is like life at Its worst. A rough road la Interesting, but wo have to traverse It slowly and carefully. In a prosecution for violation of the speed law It was shown that, ac cording to tho automobile register, a machine having tho samo number ns the 1 used in violation of tho law bo longed to the defondont. It was hold, however, that as this was tho only evidence that tended to connect the defendant with the case. It was not enuf to warrant a conviction. (ScAln ton s. Hawley, 9 Lack. (Pa.), 60.) If you havo over ridden along a country road which has been worked to a peak In the center so that your lead tilted one way while you tr...

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. — 10 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917 UJ3 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER V II X K P 11 E Y T A G Editor nli'I Publisher. 811 RDMOND STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN Business u- Editorial. 69G thums or subscription Per Year J1.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THH OBSERVER 811 Edmor.d St. St Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Postofflfe In St. Joseph, Mlssouil, u Second Class Malt Matter. 24 ioo.ooo.ooo nACK or wilson A Ions step nearer to actual war was taken Saturday when President Wilson cave the German ambassador his passports and severed friendly re lations with tho great empire which Bornstorff represented. And there was no haste on tho part of President Wilson in taking the step whloh may mean so much to the fu ture of tho United States, and that fcolf same time of del'beratlon and cool thinking has put every one of the hundred millions of people of tho United States squarely behind him nnd there wo Till etand as one man no matter what conies, weal or wo...

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. — 10 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917 4 tv. I W I ., n CJ LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Will O. Moskau left Wednesday for Wichita, Kansas, whero he will visit Ma brother-in-law, Noel Lawson. Use Opal Cleaner, Adv. The Missouri Valley Vetorlnary As sociation will meet hero March 14 to 16 Inclusive, and about 1500 visitors are expected. Col. J. W. Drockott, who has been confined for the past month at his home by Illness, was able to be down town Wednesday, Umbrella Hospital, B reet. Adv. 811 EdmonJ W. O. Cox, U. 8. deputy collector of Internal revenue, returned home Wednesday from a trip to Washing ton, D. C, and Now York City. O. H. Meyer, of the Meyer Dry Cleaning; Company, attended a meet ing of Nebraska cleaners who were In session at Omaha yesterday. J. C. Whltsoll, M. D.( eye, ear, nose and throat. Co...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917 YOUNG MAN A BIG DOG RACER A formerly 91" Athi'en county young man who lian made himself famous In dog racing in Alaska la Fred Ayer, formerly of llfflngham. Sir. Ayer lived thcro ns a boy and lrs. S, Van Wagoner, of Ufflnghahi, Is his mint, and Mrs. Oeitlo Messen ger, of Atchison, Is his cousin. Ayer wont to Alaska 14 years ago to seek freedom from confinement and since thon has been prominent In the busi ness life of Nome. Ho Is manager of the Wild Gooso Mining and Trading company, of Nome, and thru his po sition became interested In dog rac ing. Ho entered the All-Alaska sweep stakes on only 2 occasions. In 1914 and 1916, and each tlmo he won Srd place. Last year Ayer sot a now rec ord for the distance of 05 miles, boat ing his nearest opponent by 12 min utes. Ills time was S hours, 32 min utes nncl 3 3-5 seconds, llegarding this roccrd the president of tho Nome Kennel club wrote: "While each sea son brings to light many dogs of...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917 I t ltf-,5 '.p W: m IK li W ' i V r.c- Wt When Others Fail CONSULT DR. 8. D. FRANCIS Tootlo Illock, C18H Francis St., St. Joseph, Mo, Cxpert in the treatment of Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin and Oeritto-Urlnary Dlseaaea of men and women. Honest treatment. You pay for results only. No false hopes or promise; but permanent, lasting cures. Free consultation. All deal ings confidential. Sundays: 10 to 1 INVEST FOR OOOD HEALTH Hours: 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. 1S77 1917 Spratt-Gowgill Abstract Go. Successors to the JOSEPH O. HEDENnEHG 37 Tears of Compiled Information ADSTRACT OF TITLE BOOKS Abstracts of Title to all Real Estate in St. Joseph and Buchanan County. Spralt-Cowgill Abstract Go. 213 North Seventh Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE PACKING HAULING Store natures, Sarcs, Desks 341 t TELEPHONES : 553 Tlilrtl nnil Charles. W. N. LINN . ATTORNEY AT LAW Abstract Examined, Titles Perfected and Probate Practice a Specialty A...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 February 1917

x T- THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1917. !5fSS news from all over imperial Missouri Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Mrs. Allen Cobb, 55 years old, dead at her home In New Florence. Cloy McDonald, of near Elsbcrry, sold thirty-two seeo for $52.65. They Weighed 390 pounds. Flro robbed the Albany people of the flno new Klsncy theatre at an early Tuesday morning. A Butler man started last spring with twelve hlvo.i of bees, made 1187.50 selling honey and now has 25 hives. Mrs. Walter File, of Saline county, Missouri, has sent to President Wilson an 13-pound home-cured ham, and a Missouri home-cured ham la fit for a king. "Ho stepped up behind mo and kicked me in thy face," was tho way a Ktrksvllle man ei plained his dli fiijurement to the Adair county grand Jury. When a Springfield man lost tho tips of two of his fingers In a sausago grinder ono of the vi...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

Sar .vfyJ&iyi)16FMPtyiR The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917, NUMBER 20. s H K If THE BOYS WOULD BE THE FIRST TO THE TRENCHES They Would Be the Ones That Would First Be Fed to the Devouring Cannon It Was the Boys Who Fought the Civil War and They Must Fight the Next No one-who has any sense of horror Wants war only those who -would profit financially or otherwise by It want war. While the United States is now closer to the brink of war than It has been since 1861, there Is no right thinking man who wants war. The Germans do not want war with the United States and tho United States does not want war with Ger many, but should war. come the en tire United States will be back of President 'Wilson. But there Is a phase to war which possibly few people In these hurry-up times have taken the trouble to no tice and It all shows up in a little paragraph culld from the text of the report of the army bill that has coma from the Senate committee on...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

Ft !l THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 SOME TRIBUTES TO LINCOLN In him was vindicated tho greatness of real goodness nnd tho goodness of real greatness. Thcro are men ns Rood us he, hut they do bad things. There ure men as Intelligent ns he, but they do foolish things. In him goodness and Intelligence combined and made their best results of wis dom. Phillips JirooLs. . In Lincoln thero was always some quality that fastened him to the peoplo and taught them to keep tlmo to the music of his heart. I)alil Amid tho political Idiocy of the times, tho corruption In high places, the dilettante culture, the vaporlngs of wild and helpless theorists. In this swamp of polltlcul quagmire, O, Lin coln, It Is refreshing to think of thee! 1L A. Delano, He was tho sum of Puritan and Cavalier, for In his ardent nature were fused the virtues of both, and in the depths of his great soul, tho faults of both were lost. Ho was greater than I'urltan, greater than Cavalier, In that he w...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 hs V N, f llrh THE CROSSING OF The Position of the Neutrals in the Great War As Seen by the Christian Science Monitor The position of neutrals In a great war Is nlwajs sufficiently difficult. In a war like tho present, which has wrapped itself completely around the globe, and In which no continent or no sea Is free from tho belligerent flags, the position is more difficult than over. Tho numbers of tho pow Ts engaged In tho war hae beoome such that nearly every neutral coun try Is surrounded by them, and the stakes at issue aro so colossal that the belligerent powers are by no means too careful as to what may happen to the Interests of neutrals during the struggle. The question of blockade, for Instance, which has always been fraught with Immense possibilities of friction bet-noon nautrals and belli? erenls, has been stretched to the breaking point, again and again, dur ing the present war. When, during tho war of tho North and th...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

, ... -..hll rft- .y. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1817 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r II a IC V It 12 Y T a a Killtor mul Publisher. 811 I2n.MO.VD STREET TELEPHONE MAIN Business or 12illtorlaI. BOS terms or subscription Per Yer J1.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communlcatlona to THE OBSERVER 811 Edmond 6t. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Postofflce In St. loseph, Missouri, as Second Class ilall Mutter. WI2 ARE OUT OP MHXICO. Instead of a "punitive expedition" Into Mexico we nre now out of Mex ico, anl Gen Pershing, who led our troops across the border line, has bro.tght them back again well satis fied Kith the records of his men and "With the reception with which his lit tle army met with on Its return. The reception of the expedition at Columbus where It retraced Its steps across the border was ono In which iho people of the United States sym pathized and those at Columbus mado tho reception a rousing one significant of the feeling of all of the peop...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST streets, formerly occupied by the uunuiey ury uooas in. wiMng 10 Increased business Mr Hopkins found It necessary to securs larger auarters. Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns George nimel, of Oullford, wa a visitor Thursday. Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. Wm. J. Bcggs, one ot the best citi zens and best men of Oullford, was In the city Wednesday. D. Ward King, the good roads ad vocate of Maltland, was In tho city Wednesday and Thursday. Umbrella Hcspltnl, b reet. Adv. 811 Edmond The remaining units of the Fourth regiment, M. N. G., will be given a rousing reception hero on their re turn from the border. Thomas Mynahan, aged 29 years, decided to clean an old revolver Mon day evening and ended up by shoot ing himself In the left hip. street, a number of the by-laws woro chtngod and...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 KANSAS GREAT WHEAT STATE The fnct that Ktins is for tho last 20 j oars has iroiluced more uhent thtin tiny other stitc In the Union was only 1 of tho man things about the (train business told to the membets of tho Current Topic club at a luncheon at tho Y. M. C. A. by H. I). Yoiler, the speaker of tho evening. Mr. Y'oiler la preslilent of the lecently orsanlzoil Topeka Hoard of Trade. "Kansas lias pioduced all this great amount of grain and jet we aio told that only 1-G of the iiraulo land of Kansas Is utilized or cropped," said Mr. Yodcr. "In 1914 Kansas produced 150,000,000 bushels of wheat, alued at $120,000, 000. In 1910 the state produced 99, 8SG.O0O bushels, alued at $l34,filD, 000. The nvortiftp jirlic received by Kroweis Is estiimiteil at $1 2a and an average jlHd of 12 7 bushels per acre. Kunsns Hour has won praise whoievei used and h ih a wide distri bution In all the general and local markets of the I'nlUd States and ab...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

VVr THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 . When Others Fail coNsi'ir nn. s. i. fiiancis Tootle Block. BIBJi rrnncls St., St. Joseph, Mo. Export In the treatment of Chronic, Nervous. IJlood, Skin and Genlto-Urlnary Diseases of men and women. Honest treatment. You pay for results onlv. No false hopes or promises; but permanent, lastlmj cures. Free consultation. All deal ings confidential. Sundays: 10 to 1 INVEST FOH GOOD HEALTH Hours: 0 n. m. to 3 p. in. 1877 1917 Spratt-Gowgill Abstract Go. Successors to the JOSEPH O. HEUENHnitG IT Years of Compiled Information ABSTRACT OP TITLE HOOKS Abstracts of Title to all Ileal Estate In St. Joseph and Buchanan County. Spralt-Cowgill Abstract Go. 213 North Sccntli Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE PACKING HAULING Store Fixtures, Safes, Desks 811 : TELEPHONES : 553 Third and Charles. W. N. LINN ATTORNEY AT LAW Abstracts Examined, Titles Perfected nnd Probate practice n Especially Also Collections. 26-27-28 Donnel...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 IMPERIi Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Howard Payne college at Fayette will bulla u $35,000 addition to the dormitory. It seems appropriate that Carl Jel ly of Monroe county should operate a. sugar camp. J. M. Shcppard, 01, a member of Quantrcll's band In the Civil war, la dead at Nevada. Twenty-seven marriage licenses were Issued in Nodaway county dur ing the month of January. The crop killers have knocked the wheat of Northwest Missouri in the head and have It read for burial. Of the 2,692 convicts In the state penitentiary, 32 nre college graduates, while 312 can neither read nor write. The Worth County Times was sold first of the week by (!. CJ. Haas to J. Larmer Marshall, formerly with the Grant City .star. The women of Helton aro planning a monument in honor of Carrie Na tion and a cruel exchange suggests a h...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 February 1917

The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1917. NUMBER 21. V. , ) THE LAST ROUND-BUT 0NE--IN POLICE MUDDLE Messrs. McDonald, Townsend and Stringfellow Are Confirmed by the State Senate After a Big Battle Now That Part Is Over It Is Hoped St. Joseph May Lose Its Sodom and Go- marrah Taint Weill tho third and It was to be Imped the last tilt In tho now famous police board cases of .St. Joseph Is over and Messrs. nice McDonald, It. E. Townsend and W. E. Stringfel low ore the new board and they will stick as a board for the Senate has confirmed them even If It did re quire a fight and part of It a really old-fashioned affair. It all ended AVcdnesday afternoon after the scrap had been on from the Tuesday afternoon before and It ended Just as any person who pos sessed the usual average amount of brains knew that It would and tho peculiar part of the whole thing Is that nearly all parties are satisfied. Some of them hug the delusion to their breasts that th...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1917 NAMING BABIES IS A BIG JOB Indications of tho past few years lime I ceil that tho American people gem i.illy nre recovering from tho fal lacy of naming children for American heroes md American men of public, llfo Such u recovery should ho per manent Probably the greatest han dicap that can be placed upon n child Is n name to lle up to. We hao seen hundreds of George Wash lngt lis' dozens of Abraham LlncoltiH mostly colored scons of Ulysses S. (Irants, Hubert U Lees, and of later fame Clrover Cleeland, Theodores, JIcKlnleys, llrans and oen Wood rows Almost without exception tho announcement of the mime of n boy who has been christened by n pitrlotlc ndmlrer of u national hero, bus cro nted a Hinlle, sometimes addlblo. Al ways It has hcemed thnt the helpless nnmra has appeared conscious of his burden Practically all of tho Gnner Cleveland hate reached tho ape where tho name Is concealed In the Initials. The McKlnlvys have not been s...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 February 1917

&f7WFimwSiaMevM3mwmmww?zm lrr',im. y "aea "zzn THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1917 'd'T IV HI l HI. 1 r A MESSAGE OF THE FLOWERS In her nw book, "Whero tho Sun Shines When It Rains," (fifth Ave mio I'ubllshlng Co.)i Cnrolco Monefeo Meeker in a prelude writes of "A Message of the riow'ors," describing n garden among others Brow "frail and restlosf popples," "dandollons, de spised and rejected of men," "quaint larkspms and showy zinnias." She continues: Just across, the way from this garden, surrounded by foliage plants, utunds Jack-ln-thc-I'ulplt; ho saw these worshippers, over whom ho had prescribed so muny years, being carried away- aftor strange gods. They wero the lilies of his choir, and stalwart dahlias, matronly roses and lrgln violets, handsome foxgloves and vivucluus poppies why couldn't they Ijo content In his fold? Iiut tho tu lips. They wero not good for any thing but society purposes how dared they flaunt their gorgeousness in his face? lie, who sinc...

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