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Belleville Telescope And Belleville Freeman (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Belleville, Kansas THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER AND BELLEVILLE FREEMAN LARGEST GUARANTEED LATION IN REPUBLIC - * - - ' Four The Belleville 1870. The Belleville 1878; The Munden Established 1905; The Munden Established 1910. 50TH YEAR REPUBLIC NOVEMBER 20, 1919. NUMBER 11. CUT THE PEACE 46 fo 33, Adopts Reservation to Nov. 13.-Disregarding - President Wilson's and the senate in furtherance of the majority program to Americanize the Peace disentangling the United States from any obligation to mix in foreign under Article X of the League of Nations The reservation on which the President and his supporters went down to defeat is the same as that which Mr. Wilson asserted would the heart out of the and be tantamount DEATHS Ellen Frances Brown Ellen Frances Doctor was born at February 4, 1896, and died at her home in Belleville November 18, at the age of 23 8 months and 18 She was married to Bert Lee Brown December 12, 1917, at San where they lived for some returning to Belleville when her husband received his The deceased leaves a husband an infant father and Mr. and Mrs. Jim three Mrs. Paul Mrs. Jack Hill and Marguerite and a host of relatives and friends mourn her untimely She became a member of the church at the age of 9 Funeral services conducted by the Hay at rejection as would the heart of the The large majority commanded by this around which most of the fighting has means the ratification of the treaty the Americanization if the be ratified at President Wilson has threatened to bring about the rejection of the if modified to his and the adoption of the reservation to Article X squarely challenges him to out his threat or surrender to the will of his partner in the treaty making The crisis disposition of the treaty now is for the remaining reservations will be adopted with dispatch unless filibustering tactics are adopted by the administration When all the reservations are adopted it will be for the President to say whether the so shall be ratified or is what the reservation Article X Nullifies all obligation of the United States to preserve the territorial integrity and political independence of other countries in the League of Refuses to bind the United States the Christnan church on Wednesday iat 2:30 p. after the body was in the Belleville Mrs. Ed S. McKay Martha Electa Fouse was born in 1853 in Pennsylvania and died home in November 6, 1919, aged 65 11 months and two She was married to L. W. Burdick in 1867. To this union two children were She was married to Sd S. McKay in 1876 and immediately after her marriage came to the homestead of her husband in Republic Four children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Annie Beam of Clyde McKay of Mrs. Addie of and Mrs. Lydia Rupert of Mrs. McKay had a stroke of paralysis in 1916' and since that time has been an F. Patton John F. who resided with his family 3031 Inez died October 30th at the age of 31. He was born in Republic May 15, 1888, and came here in 1914, obtaining employment with Memorial Arch erected in honor of men of Ex-Service through arch receiving their bronze medals from Board of County Adv. and Newspaper Rates Up The newspapers of the country are up against a print paper with prices soaring out of A number of haye held meetings locking forward to a solution of the They have decided to cut down the number of printed curtail the amount of and raise the advertising as well as the subscription The country newspaper publisher IS square up against the same and it will mean the suspension of many papers throughout country if increased rates are not made to meet the Good Grafton editor of the Republic City regarding the Belleville Home coming celebration Celebration The Memorial Arch erected by the decoration committee under the direct supervision ef Harry L. was one of the outstanding features of the Mr. Smith designed the arch and it will stand as 'a fitting memorial on the county perhaps in the way of a Memorial The Odell Co-Operative Farm exhibit was one of the most popular exhibits in the It was prepared by the Farmers Union and the float was driven by Frank behind a span of mighty fine The Tank float which attracted so much attention was put into the parade by the Collins Hardware and was constructed by the employees of the Dr. Kalin of the Entertainment Committee had a lot of as did all of the in putting over their of the The ladies of the various church and Held For Investigation Charles a was placed in the county jail Monday by Sheriff John The negro is being held for investigation as he answers the description of a negro wanted in Nebr. No proceedings have been started against him as Belleville vs. Concordia will be a foot ball game afternoon at Belleville between the Concordia and Belleville Belleville is seeking a game at home for Thanksgiving Day and is offering good expense money to get here Belleville provided all the entertainment on November the 11th that they they promised a big The crowd was early tind stayed The only disappointment was when the wind changed to the about in the the temperature dropped about thirty degrees in about that many Belleville can put on a good entertainment when they want land this time was when they pleased the large THOSE WHO REGISTERED Ex-Service Men Who ed at Belleville Home-coming Nov. 11. James R. Joe E. Ralph A. L. A. Clay Earl T. George S. Claude L. Carl M. F. Paul S. Melvin N. Macha W. A Sucress The musical production at Friday night was an unqualified success and drew a Capacity The opera house management has succeeded this season in booking a line of star attractions and the public appreciates the class of productions to Medals For Men It is the purpose of the Board of County Commissioners to see that all ex-service men of Republic county get bronze On Home Coming day were distributed to all ex-service men who were in Many did not and many there are whose addresses are If relatives or friends of men from this county will either personally mail in I the address of absent ex-service men j he will see that medals are sent to One Year In County Jail John a Washington ship farmer whose is of and who was convicted and by a jury in the district court of Republic county at Belleville been sentenced to Frank Gilbert L. Fred Leslie Scandia Chester W. Merton I. Will L. Michael Sigmond Nebr. James Lester T. Victor Emil G. James G. Ejner G. H. George Ernest L. Paul C. Lewis Walter M. C. Elmer E. M. Grover Walter A. Frank Eugene G. F. W. to interfere in controversies arising He was held m a lot of credit neighbors - and fellow Articles A. He was ill at the time of to permit tne use of strike and after four and a erican troops for any purpose under 3^^^.^^ any article treaty of the congress along with the He is the Belleville Motor Company for the success of the The ladies quartet of Republic and the boys band of Narka features of the which were widely commented The Simmons Tire Service Station United ' ne is Every Republican In senate thanks of the Committie in ported the 5f^^Vt V for turning crats joined All of the roomy buildings for public three votes reservation in the were City of East Seventh and There is a strong sentiment for A. Patton and other the Home Coming celebration Scandia Man Hangs Self an annual The first annual hung himself at the home of his JJf was Armistice was a marked and Mrs. A. in Kansas at the Vesner furnishes the foundation for a big Coal Situation Serious 16.-The coal situation here becomes serious each Only one carload of coal ' been received since the strike was year the county jail by Judge One company had received ' The case was original word that it had two cars en 1 to but it is thought that they were con- | person of by the Dealers say ' they will not be to fill all but the judy's verdict was Car Stolen At Cuba A Ford touring car belonging to streets of Cuba Saturday for assault and The Court also assessed the costs of the against Mr. In annual fall Drs. Du Mars and Wyatte Move Drs. DuMars & Wyatte have was a former Scandia young He was found hv the Larsons hanging by the neck from a water pipe in ] Dettmann basement of the Larson home with the Roy son of Mr. and Mrs. - following note to Mrs. Fred Dettmann of died ed their office rooms from the to a coat at his home on November 9. Bank Block to the People's have made up my Body conducted the funeral Bank where they are fitting mind to end my so don't be services November 12, at up modern with prised at what I Do p. m office equipment thing you want with but don't put in the papers for my i METHODIST GLEANING j This life I have been would One of the largest congregations of Northern drive anyone to - - the the Sunday Nov. 11.-There that he was out of One of the encouraging will be much prospecting for oil ment and had vain for 3-rslghtsii'as the large of boys northern Kansas in the next six weeks for is the only and girls remained for Prof. Erasmus surviving relatives Forty boys and girls united with Haworth of the department of could The Meridian Creamery the church on Sunday morning and ogy of the University of At was one of his former two babies were This present most oil fields are south of the means a wonderful opportunity for Kansas but many operators are the and it also spells turning their attention to the north If we can save and care for part of the in these the boys and girls we have no prospective fields will begin for the future of the church State MUNDEN Mrs. Ed Faubion home folks in Wednesday until Mrs. Ramsbotton and Mrs. the future of bur beloved will meet at the parsonage Friday last zc streets of Cuba Saturday evening ' taken to St. Joseph's hospital in while Mr. was attending the Concordia for an operation picture The car was taken at for gall but when physicians about 10 Sheriff Griffin was of the immediately notified and search be- it is reported they found his trouble The thief has not been found as of a more serious nature and refused ' to operate on While Mr. Lowell been to his official Motor Hits A ' duties most of the time up until this Nov. ' - over the when a Buick car driven Hans of collided with buggy in which they were returning to their home northwest of this Harry Brown To Penitentiary Harry Franklin who pled this term to the district court of Nov. 12.-The invitation of first of the week Will Brosh and spent Sunday 21st." All young ladies arc the Topeka Industrial that mately 500 tons of the hands with Mrs. mother and A grod time as well as the Topeka school teachers join the of coal Mrs. land learning of some lessons concerning erican Federation of Teachers Mr. Torbert and James India is the purpose of the the American Federation of The American Legion motored to Belleville ' Mrs. Fudge sustained a broken Republic county to the of ribband She i lived only a short time after the i of not less than five nor to exceed ten years by Judge The crime ' Brown who gave his age as 24. was that of breaking into the general Belleville has always been well store of Hostetler by her coal dealers against a of this last He has been fuel In years gone by when in the county jail ever other towns have Belleville To Open Plumbing Business Harold Wineland has taken a five year lease on the McMullen North and iwill put in a plumbing H. E- Ernest Republic Floyd L. Arnet T. Claude M. Lloyd E. Carl A. C. J. M. N. E. Homer N. John L. H. Henry Ralph Edd Frank Walter Henry Floyd Dana D. Henry 0. Leon Edward Mr - A. Z. Thomas G. Edward Delbert A. Floyd W. Tom Lester C. Frank Wesley Fay L. Alvin L. Ben or Art of Belleville girl who is not now a member of some the first of the week installing the church or attending some church to pump engine for the know that you will receive a most Hanzlick land family spent cordial welcome to our Sunday at the home of Wes our building is not large enough to cept your invitation at this We was temporarily declined today by the The Telescope would like to see ' of to executive committee the Grade public county organised bv Mr Club In a letter sent men into American in this to the council the committee This as never Id S the think it advisable to a lean upon in Sfe mr invitation at this We the way law and There is name of Mrs. came home last accommodate the we will en- are servants of the and las such too much I. W. W. and from where she large our We Want We should not take radical action too in this The has been the past two weeks in the need God needs You need hastily in these days of great and American Legion in other states and thou with us and we will perilous Mrs. Will Kersting has taken do thee charge of the Fairmont The Men's Welfare Class mint makes money without station land is located in the building in the class last Sunday has room for one else recently vacated by the meat least 65 more Come i other counties is taking the initial were shopping in Let us crowd the H. Belleville the is one of the finest Miss Leona Barton Saturday Bible students we have ever and with Miss Elsie ] Epworth League Mr. was in Narka Mrs. Mattie Florian left last ing in the Come We ville November 11th, 1^19:_ day for where she 1 will make a different arrangement of the members of this her husband and to miake their the room in some way to accommodate and all service men of the - paving contractor received Ihe resolution was duly several cars of sand last week and a no i and adopted r f I Z 5^.^ the American Legion in are taking advantage of this grand last crowded to the doors at the Sunday to the Home Coming and weather in the of base and curb and many were Celebration in and It is understood that future Wil Palacek spent a few days in John lost a valuable horse Saturday Jack Vanderpool and family autoed to Hardy and last led a very excellent late World War were extended a one which showed previous dial invitation by the citizens of and the of girls was entertainment provided by them as a very much appreciated by home in honor of our The ladies of the deserve a good deal of praise for the splendid And attention Grange Shies At Labor Grand Nov. 15.-By Ian overwhelming vote the National in standing for law and order and Grange in annual convention in respect ior the to an invitation extended by Samuel Gompers for a conference More Paving Progress union labor adopted National Grange declines invitation for in December 13." Favors Higher Advertising Rate New Nov. 14-A resolution a 25 per cent increase in foreign and local advertising rates in Southern newspapers because of the there will be another ban on coal cars used for hauling sand and it is hoped that the local get enough sand to lay the base to the Rock Island before the weather Injunction vs. Intimidation Apparently a good many people who look with horror upon government by end W. Will ate Sunday dinner of the Wheel tried to make it a long live in our memory and such as 1 ant occasion for the soldier should be a lasting credit to them and ' that thus Kersting and family and 500 were there was such Be it Resolved bv Chatles Kroulik and family autoed to Marysville Charles Kroulik and family left for lan with in miscellaneous shower was evening for Mr. and Mrs. by their most Twenty-three A f find everyone enjoyed la good A. H. T. A. Notice adopted today by the advertising committee of the Southern Publishers the K. H. T. A. in the I. O. O. F. Hall on November 26th. business will be transacted and an abundance of provision that it was Robert Gordon No. 1 of the thot best to serve a dinner the next erican that we extend to the umi win uc aim The Church was beautifully citizens of Belleville our heartfelt any other business which may come a very rest the All members lare room provided a time accorded us and them of invited and all those in arrears in dues music and all seemed our desire and intention to show by are expected to be present and pay I delighted with the entertainment our future conduct that their efforts their - not been J. G. Passed and November 17 1919 money without A. - PAUL NOTICE We have just received a mixed car of apples and as Minnesota potatoes per Idaho Ben 1 per land Our specialties Pratt's regulator and other feeds and the second page advertisement in the Mail and Breeze of are to make you Ideal self chickens and C. F. Amos J. Hilton W. Carl L. Toley Verner C. Caroline Ara R. Arthur G. Porter A. Frank Clifford Charles Carl Keley L. Twin D. E. Sen O. ' Leslie Edward Glenn Joe Albert A. Merle Allen C. J. O. M. 0. John Joseph Oscar J. David Joseph - Harry D. Belleville F. W. R. C. Oscar O. W. The above specialties are to C. F. Phone 68. Tim A. Earl B. A. E. Honied Howard 0. Cheater Bert L. Hugh Vivian Neb. I A. to
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