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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 August 1917

' TT-WSESV " " '"V&Ff -iw - wt y ) ' '. , , ' ';'"' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER i' n N u r n v. y t.a a Fdltnr mul Publisher. SI I KD.MOND STIIUKT. TULKPHONH MAIN 695 Business or Editorial. TiatMs or SL'HSCRIITION Per Year J1.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to Tin: oiisehvrii 811 IMinond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Postofflce In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mull Matter. siitn i'i;i'iti:i:iiin; omoi's One of the most significant failures of the past week was the. session held 1i the President and his cabinet and the netvlv created war hoard, the fed eral trade commlFslun and the attor ney general, at which nicotinic thu men who have and are doing business Willi the government were made to realize that they will not ho permitted to make ouneivslons to the government for pitrlotlc reasons on the oho hand and gouge the people of the countiy on the other. The war Industries hoard Is liculed...

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. — 18 August 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH-OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917 h LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happening of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred.Deserving of Local . Notice Can Be Found in These Columns C. I. Hoy. Louis Ileattle and C. L. Mc Phall, were admitted to tho St. Jos eph bar Monday-'-and It was tha 13th. too. 11 ve thousand people thronged the Union station platfo'rma and the terri tory adjacent Monday night to bid farewell and wIhIi God-speed to tho Fourth regiment when It departod for the Nevada training ground. Two Hpeclal trains were used to transport the troops. Private Harvey Hall of Company A. of the Fourth of Tarklo, was strick en with appendicitis while en route here Monday and was taken to the Noyes hospital where he was operat ed upon. His home Is at Skidmorn. The rain of Wednesday was another pasture boomer. MIh Hallle Duncan has been ap pointed postmistress at Dearborn. The former students -of Kemper Military 'col...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 August 1917

tumi twjJBwtwBcahim'iwayatwti THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDA'VXuGUST i8, lMf'1" TAKE THE CHICAGO LIGHTED T.v ft Joseph Union Stn 6:00 p. m, Ar 63il .Strict, OiIchko 8M8n in. Ar Ui Hallo St Chtrngu 8:35a.m. KI.KCTIUC LICJUTni) SOLID STKKI. nQt'II'MKNT JOHN J Clt Pat AKt. ooomucii. Sixth tuid Kdmond. Delicious nnil Wliiilcsomo Only Pasteurized cream la used In the manufacture of our Ice Cream, which is made by experts In a tnodernly equipped factory, where cleanliness predominates Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co Phono Main TIRO or South 134, Order from Your Denier. Dry Cleaning Prices Men's l'alm Bench Sulth SGo Ladles' i'alin Heath Suits $1 to 1 25 Men's Wool Suits $1 10 Trousers 50c ladles' Wool Suits fl 10 CTcE CREAM 3 1 p,i M ladies' Jeif-cv Sweaters 5!clof which claim Is to the plaintiff un- Ladles' Kltirt", plain wool c,kno.n and. for that reason, can not "'"""' .ivins iiiemvu "' Ladles Sklits plain hilk SZc Ladles' Skills, pleated silk . . f 1 10 Ladles' Waists ... .44c Gill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 August 1917

BpgfmpuwFWW-. mQfrttsm&TmmwxrtsHr:r: ::; THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, .SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917 5E 7 . i ordhr or publication In. tho Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, to tho October, 117. term. Sarah A, Hrumlcy, Vano nrumley, Guy T, Hrumley, Charles It. Brumley ana Amus It, Hrumley. . . , .Plaintiffs VB. David May, William Dunlnp, Jacob M. Stewart. Jampi It. Ma v. Julia M.iv. Jane Mny, Adahn-- Mny. nmull'iuc May. Allen II. Dunlnp, Willi C ;s, Thomas W. West, Martin Flakes Doci-we, Martha A. l'tllcv. Oliver Nor man, Joseph Xnrraan, Anilrew I'ar noll. Jasper Wilson, John J. Hurt, Un Hart. Lizzie Hart, Ella Hart. Agy Hnrt and Fanny Hnrt, and the un known consorts, heirs, devisees, do nees, alienee?, or immediate, mesno or remote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees of Tuvld Mity, William un lap, Jacob Mr Stewart, James It, May, Allen IT. Dunlap, Willis C. Frakes, Thomas W. West, Mnrtln Doolsse, Martha A. Frlley, Oliver Norman, Joseph Norman, Andrew Parnell, Jasper Wilson, nnd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 August 1917

i 1iiiiifiiii;tiMWMOnMWlKT'''rr'ro" i?' . f ins. mm- ". rmr:'Tf!"V"J-"wisrnwTJirT"'T iuj .1. wum mmi miiim LwMnCTawgrgrwTOf'THWgWB"- - Off - wt im'pi'oiwmiMjh'U''' WMtMiiawlhMWWi'iilWUWligifclww.wwwwwilwlilWWIWIMtWICntf'ft -' - vv, r,rt - nrprivwur-s , iji THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1917 ," v.-n?rm.,m 'lJsllMi)'l'il SOT W -n-V1 t . 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 The Mnltlumt fair will August 27-31. bo held The Andrew county fulr will oe on September S-8. The Oregon Chnutufjua will held August 1" to 23, Inclusive. be Six hundred iind fifty-three women registered In Atchison county for er vice. Conception Junction will hold a street fair and colt show, August 33, 14 and 25. . ' An "altercation which developed Into a quarrel nnd ended In n fight" 1h reported by the Bon ling Green I'ust. Tlieodore Brandt, of Dalton....

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

The St. Joseph Observer. l- .J VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH'S EARLY "ROSE GARDEN OF GIRLS" The Days When This City Was Famed Far and Wide for Its Lovely Women and Girls An Eloquent Tribute to the Charming Grace of That Earlier Period Numerous chapters of "Missouri Bygones'1 treating of enrly St. Joseph by the gifted Frank II. Brooks hae delighted the reader of this paper, but none of the previous chapters ran compare with that of No. XIX, which Is herewith appended. It Is retrospec tive, heart feeling and tender as sweet as the breath of spring ;and as dainty and captivating. It deals with the then girls of St. Joseph, whose beaut' and grace was far famed almost country wide. This lty 'was then as now, noted for Its beautiful women, and at that time had earned and proudly wore the sobriquet as the. "Rosebud Garden of Girls." Of the glils of whom Mr. Brooks so tenderly writes, but few Btlll remain, but there are several homco lure which are yet graced by their presence, , In i his last chapt...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

. , u ,' a,' rn-f i ' ' f"" ''"L!T1 'ivaae r m-ito ummmw i-wiHBtasrr:."! THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 1917 nxr.rtTittT notich Notice Is hereby Riven tint Let tern, Testamentary, upon the oit-ite or lohn XV Aidcry, deceased lnvo been ttrnnted t the undcrsWnod, lv the Piobitn Court of ltucliHunn Countv, Missouri, bearing clnto of tlin Kill day of Murrh, 1917 All persons hnvii.c clilms atninst n-ilil estate .ir reilinreil to ext.Ili.t them to nio for allowance, fltliiri sU months from l.ite of will It ttcri or they mv he pietliuleil front ail) ben eflt of hucIi estate, and If said ililinv lie not exhibited within ono vetrfroin the tlato of the publication of this notice, thej will be forever hs.no I. KATH W. AUI)i:HY, Krecntrlr, IMIIMTlTOUN MTlt II Notleo In 111 lob Riven tint Lelttis of A liiilnlftiiitloti, upon the oolite of Wllifleld Mor, deceased hue been Kr.iutud to the undersigned by tho Probate Com t of Hiiclinnan County, Missouri, bearing date of the tttt day of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

u ' ull -i-aii I'M' - '-'-. JU'-i-L'-J 3- MBBBSOSSaBT!-" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1917 aWiiJBWH'WiUU'J lUJUU. 4 u DETECTIVE Wc do all kinds qf Detective Work. Consult .u,. -All wofk strictly confi dential. Calls answered day nnd night. centum detective agency Commercial Bldg., 6th and Kdmond, l'liono M. 208. St. Joseph, Mo. Tako the Electric Lino to KANSAS CITY, LIBERTY AND EX CELSIOR SPRINGS. Shortest route, iulckcBt time, best service. Trains leave 3th and Kdmond Ms. Limited 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Iyoc-ul every hour on the halt from 5:30 o. m. to 7.30 P. in.; then 9:30 nnd 11:16 p. m. Choice Cut Flowers FOn ALL OCCASIONB Stuppy Floral Co. Sixth and Francis Streets Phones J30 and 331 HASTY MESSENGER CO. BAGGAGE, LIGHT 11AULINO MESSENGERS TELEPHONE SIAIN NINE NINE ) B. HAZEN DRAINAGE ENGINEER Telephone Connection Room 53 Commercial Bnlldlng Sixth and Kdmond St. Joseph, Mo. 5 and 6 MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM AND CITY PROPERTY J. G. SCHNEIDER German-American National lia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

wrtft !Wi(;ikiiii,JiWSJ.,JlflW4'pWfcWHi W'W,iiitwwuii(JWtt'irtii,ttt'tewlift1,' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1017 j zr3mzrz&tmsK;-?,jKii,.,:itiswl& THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER v it a .v k v it i: y T A u 1'Mltor nml Publisher. 811 KDMOND STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. Ti:it.MS OP St'llSCItll'TION I'cr Year ....$1.01) Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER Ml Edmond St. St. Joseph. Mo. Entered at the Joseph, Missouri. Mall Matter. Postofflco In St. as Second Class NICHOLAS ROMANOFF TO SIBERIA It looks like- the Irony or fate had luted onco as It should In the right direction through the transportation of N'lrholoH Komnnorf. the former autocrat of nil the Russians to Hint bleak watte Siherli, whore hu fur yours sent thousands upon thousands of 111-) former subjects to expatiate real or fancied generally fancleJ--transgresslons against the "peace and dignity" of the great despot who et orclsed swny over nr.e-seen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 917 T.0CAL MATTERS OF . GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph X could without netting my feet wet," said Maupln when asked how far he I travelled. John Sprengel, Jr., who was erl ously lurt In a motor car wreck near Parkvllle noma time ago. was brought home from a Kansas City hospital Tuesday. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns For stcnorraphlo or typewriter work of any description call on Mini Dellah Warlnirton, Room 718 Corby I'orsee building. Telephone 1276. Adv. Huston Wyeth presented to the oll oo on Thursday, six wood ductti. John Carey has sued I. T. Ramsey for J3.000 damages for a motor car colllM.in. " and Chariot M. Dickey were appoint ed patrolmen, and Robert Maney and Joeph Ilratch were reappointed. The resignations of John Murphy, John Klernan and J. r. Hodges were ao-cfrpted. "The cars of A. M. Strong of Tioy Henry U Dil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

iit4MV1MHiM ?!".' '" '-i" V"" ''i; W tHPWIW'" jtfnWMr PMf I 0"4g' wyi'iwuvyjl i THE ST. JOSEPH 062SHVER, SATURDAY? AUGUST 25, MIS 55 d. TAKE THE CHICAGO LIMITED Lv. St. Joseph I'nlon Sta C:(I0 p. m. ' Ar. 63d Street, ChleHK.i g.lR n. m . Ar. Iji Salle M . Chleagn . . . S:3B a. m. ULIICTRIC I.lHHTIll) H,l t) STKHI, KQI'IPSIIINT . JOHN J (KlOlUtlCH, City 1'ass Mini ano i.umioihi Only Pasteurized cream l used In the manufacture of our Ice Cream, which l niHde by experts In a modcrnly equipped factory, whero cleanliness predominates Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co. Phone Main "180 or South 134, Order from Your Dealer. 'jU -I ' '-ttT-yra-SrWiH-'grJUm,., '"U liUVH' '-1 1877 1917 Spralt-GGWgill AbsiractGo. Successors to the josr.ru c iiFi)r,Nnniia 87 Years of Compiled Information AHSTHACT OK TITMC ROOKS Abrtracts of Title to nil Ileal Kstato aki Mini ano i.umioihi E2Bn2anraHeSESBEe33EEK3?HEif3 IC'ICE C ft E A M fi Delicious and Wholcsomo H In St jote-ut ami uucnannii iouiivjr, tlnlPe.. do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

-roixr t 1 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1917. k " ounmt oi' 1'unijioATiox In the- Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, to the October, HIT, term. Sarah A. Hrumley, Vane nrumler, Ouy T. Prumley, Charles II. Hrumley nml Amos II. Hrumley. ., ..Plaintiffs s. IHvld May, William Dunlap, Jacob M. Stewart, Jnmen It, May, Julia May, Jane May, Adallne May, KmulWuo May, Allen If. Dunlap, Willis C. Irikt-s, Thomas W. West, Martin Doehse. Martha A. Krlley, Oliver Nor man, ,lospih Norman. Andrew Tar nell, Jasper Wilson, John J. Hart, Ida Hart. I,lzJe Hart, KlU Hart. Aggy Hart and fanny Unit, and the un known consorts, helm, devisees. do neog, nllenecs, or Immediate, mesno or remote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees of David May, William Dun lap, Jacob M Stevvnit, James It. Mayr Allen II, Dunlap, Willis C. brakes. Thomas W. West. Maitln Doelsse, Martha A. Krlley, Oliver NormRn, JoKepli Norman, Androw Parnell, Jasper WllSoy and John 1. Hart, lie ceased , . .'. i . . , .Defen...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 August 1917

ssmiia8BzxZm . zg&ummmtMpBm THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1917 NEWS F BOM ALL OVER MP fntever.ting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State ir: the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor T'ulrfux. Kail Festivities, , s, a. Sept. 5, 6, The Chautnunue at MuryUllc out ami had 12C.35 left. paid Three ounsr men drawn In Tafi county's first ill aft arc named Cornctt, Fife and Hlnote. Company H. Second Regiment of Ilutler, hai 110 member!', or forty sh of full war strength. l"rom a yearling lamb Jim Tinrlry of l'utnam shcaied 16 pounds of wool for which ho receded 1 10.60. The Worth Hors-e Show will be held Augut 30 nnd 31. The promlte ev erbody who comes a good time The Sheridan band will furnish music for the Conception ttrcet fair nnd colt Mww September 23 to 25. One good thing the Hrookfleld Ar gun notes about mule races at county fairs is that nobody ever gets hurt. At Wellington n mall carrier named Durk couldn't f...

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

rPiv "--'' viw " ' '- " r t-- ' ' ' ' The St. Joseph Observer. & VOLUME X. WILSON ANSWERS FOR ALL THE NATIONS Cannot Accept the Proposal of the Pope That Peace Be Now Declared An American State Paper Written by a True and Fire-Tried American No more clear-cut and ample state ments of alms, objects and chaivetor could be made than that ot President Wilson In his reply to the appeal of Pope Benedlctus XV for peace, which was maclo public Wednesday. It Is a state paper of more than vital Impor tance to the whole world for It comes from the only country and the only executive in the entire world that is In a position to make a reply that will have yelght In this era of blood let ting and world slaughter, for Presi dent Wilson ahd the United States are the only person and single nation that has now and will have a standing in the final settlement of affairs. And this reply is but another in the series of national and state papers which have marked the vareer of America's greatest war...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 September 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 191 1 f ff aaiiiiill III nil nil D JCICE CREAMJ 3 Delicious mid Wholesome. I Only Pasteurlrod cream is usod In the manufacture of our Ico Cream, which Is made by experts In a modernly equipped factory, where cleanliness predominates Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co. Phones Alain 718B or South 134. Order from Your Dealer. a BARGAINS I In nil kinds of new an 1 2nd XT I'urnl t ire Stoves mid Ranges, OH Cook Move, new. exchanged fpr old. AIIRMsONS 111 So 6th St Phone Mnln 3GG7 W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial i:cs and a Pull I.ino of Optical Goods. LUNSKS THAT KIT till: I3Yi:S J JO S. 8th St. Phono Main 2.133 F. A. JOHNSON MKRCIIANT TAU.OIl A Duo Stock of Good for jour selec tion". Reasonable Prices. Tlrst class workmanship suaranteed. Itepnlrlns and pressing department In connec tion Phono Main 285S.T M I"cllx Street St. Joseph. Mo. DONEGAN Handles all kinds of natural Kan burn er 3, mantles, fixtures, etc. Get his prices. SATISFACTION...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 September 1917

THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 DETECTIVE Wo uo r" ulna of PstJClJvo Work. Consult ii f. All work sti icily comi dcntlal. Calls answered day and night. CKNTiiAii Dirrixnvn agmkcv Commercial HldB.. tth nnd Edmond. Phono M. 208. St. Joseph, Mo. Take the Electric I.tno to KANSAS CITV. LIBERTY AND EX- CEIIOIl SPRINGS. Shortest route, quickest time, best, service. Tin Ins leave 8th amP Edmond sts. Limited 10 a. m. nnd 4 p. m. IxKtU every hour on tho half from 6:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.; then 9:30 and 11:15 p. in. Choice Cut Flowers FOn ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. ' Sixth and .Francis Streets ' Phones 330 and 311 HASTY MESSENGER CO. BAGGAGE, LIGHT HAULING MESSENGERS TELEPHONIC MAIN NINE NINE W. B. HAZEN DRAINAGE ENGINEER Telephone Connection Room 68 Commercial Building 6Uth nnd Edmond Bt. Joseph, Mo. 5 and 6 MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM AND CITY PROPERTY,. J. G. SCHNEIDER German-American National Rank WA TCNES Attend this big sale of Unredeemed Elgin, Walt ham, Hamilton an...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 September 1917

. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 r 4 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER I' It A n k r n i: V T A o i:ll(or nnd I'lilillnlicr. 811 IIDMOSD STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. G95 TKRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Per Year 100 A Ivertlslng Hates on Application, Address All Communications to thi: ohsehvkr 811 IMmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered at the Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postofflce In St. as SeconJ Class AVI I T IS "MIGHT" AND "RIGHT."' " nolle) based on might alone of the ablest anil strongest member of the, Italian parliament, matlo a speech before that body Wednesday, In which this Iew was striking' ex pressed. "This war," abl Dr. Trevor, "has accomplished one good tiling advancement of the cause of democ racy t'ltlnmte triumph of demoi-incy will me.in no morn war. War lias ilefcited war." Dr. Treer followed thn Interesting line of thought that the belligerent nation's governments, aro no looser able to control event. They are only the managers of the war, with no...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 September 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 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 PouiVd in These Columns wound up the whole business !' fin ItiK King 125 for shooting on the Btrecls. William .T. Beggs, ono of tlie good farmers of the Otillfonl neighborhood was In the city Monday en route to DeKAlb to visit friVnds. Tho exemption boards have reoulv ed notice to entrain but 5 per cent of their quotas on Sept. 3. The Federated Charities nre In nee J of funds. Prof, a E, Miller will Instruct n class In French at the V. W. C. A. William Wyeth's handsome now bungalow on Thirteenth and Frede rick avenue Is nearlng completion. John I Beanblossom, who owes 180S.73, has filed a petition In bank-ruptcy. J. C. Whltscll, M. D eye, ear, nose and throat. Commercial Bldg. Adv. The box office at the Tootle's open ed for the season Monday with Irwin Dublnsky...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 September 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 1, 1917 mmmtmrnmym 3? ounm or l'i'iiMC vnox In the Circuit Court of Buchanan Countv, Missouri, to tho October, 1917, Term. State of Missouri, nt the rclvtlon mid to tho use of It. 1) Kulkr, Col in toi of Revenue of Huchanan Coun ts, Mlssouil Plaintiff vs. South St. Joseph Town Company, Ix-nls . Praroll, John C Umdls, Jr.. .Mar O. I-uidK Mary K. Trazell, J, U. Hihneldcr, K. M Lindsay, I. A. Vuut. Allien II Swift anil 1 r S.ilft. and the unkr vn grantees and ns sisns of the South St. Joseph Town Cn.npiinj, anil the unknown cotisorls, heirs devisers, donees, alienees, or Immedl-ito. mesne or remote, volun tary or Invnluntarj grantees of Mary K. I'razell Defendants. On this 2!mt day of August, 1917, cnnicn the l'lulntlff, by Kb attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk of this Court, In vaja tli n t allegation In Plaintiff b pe tition that the defendants, the South St Joseph Town Companj, Mary U. Krazell, l-e-wls S rmzell, A...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 September 1917

fc.'Wtf'-)"''"'-' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 191 N a. k oiiniat or public vtion In the Circuit Court of Bin linnan County, Missouri, to the October, 1917, term. M:ule Schelbo Moxle rialntlff VS. William Nicholas, Wllllim NIchoK H. C. lloyt, Samuel C. Hojt. Joseph D. Hoyt. C'nrlcn W. Drown. Trustee. El len, U Mudge, Mid the unknown con sorts, heirs, dcvlssc-s, donees, iitlencet', or Immediate, mcJiio, or romota, vol untarj or Involuntary grantees ot Willi im Nicholas, William Nichols, S. C llojt. Samuel C. Hojt, Joseph D. Hovt, an J Ellen B. Mudge, Defendants. Now, on Oils Oth da of .Tulj, 1917, comes tho Plaintiff, by lier Tttcrneyj, Hiid It sppearlng to thcsatlsfactlnn ot this court, by nllegutlnii In philntlffu petition, thnt the defendants. William Nicholas, William Nl-hols. S. C. lloyt, Himuel C. lloyt, Joseph D. lloyt, ChHilcs W. Brown. Trustee. i:ilen H. Mudge, are non-residents of the Stale or Jiii!OUrl, and uo not resiae im re in, nna cannot be seivc.il ...

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