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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 6 October 1917

TMF&TtnCPU.nRaCBUI7 ATI mtA.vBivi'eMnfuM .. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6,h1917 I HS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI: Innd he considered undesirable for cultivation, recehlng SS an aero for It. He took a trip over the land the other iliiy nnrt found the new owner cstlmat Inu the 1917 crop yield at S200 an acre. tnterenling Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State ire the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor A hoy ImiiiI is helm; or'unl'd at Stnnberry. Tio Iloonu county cltbtns fell out cicr a 50-cent chicken. Tin- filler nml iots footed up ponuthliiK HKu Jl'10. Twenty canning fuctorlft In Slonc county will put up something liho u million dollars north of tnmnlne tlili Confederate Kener.il who commanded tho funious charno nt Oettjsburff. full. Without niii!,cullm ndtlce or help, MIs l'dlth McC3ee of Monroe county li.tH fnrimd successfully this car flfty-flo nrrcs which Hhe phinteil to I corn. Miss MiCJee Is 18 ear...

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. — 13 October 1917

."1 f S The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 NUMBER 6. A SESSION WHICH WAS FIGURED IN BILLIONS Money Asked For by the President to Win the War Was Granted with Promptness And There Was No Hesitation or Political Division In Meeting with His Requests "1 believe from all I have seen nnd hoard during my stay at the capital." wild Congressman Charles F. Booher yesterday, "that the war will end In Hide of a year and there Is no doubt but that eery person these United States will welcome Its close, for with It will come a decided victory for world democracy. With the close of the war will be seen the absolute over throw of the military autocracy of Germany, and this In my opinion will bring world's peace for many yean at least." Congressman Uooher looks well and he feels well, for he Is rid of the rheumatic trouble which bothered him during last summer and which he ascribed to the dismal weather at the nation's capital, where It rained CONGRESSMA...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 October 1917

t" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911 . t- i i ii imim X ' zzfytxx )flc&i-g()-giso-( ( )-cs'ggp-0'f!gpo mn ()hmb('i( w oqxkw KnPc.mw.(g ) !&ouaoS!o-sattsOse&ioa Q : - 0 AUDITORIUM ST. JOSEPH'S GREATEST bncert Season 1917-1918 FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 26 RIEDA HEMPLE Sni'RWO OF MI-TROPOLITW OPLUA COMPANY, IX JOINT RliCITVL WITH THEO. KARLE ;: AM KRlOWi ORKAT TENOR. MM FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 7 E. ALMA GLUCK AMERICA'S L'NRIVALKD SOPRANO. .i .,- , - - - - , I.- MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 21 REM ZIMBALIST POTT OF TIIL 10LIX, ASSISTED BY '.:-r.X MME. HASSLER-FOX CONTRALTO. EF M.M THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 11 E. GALLI-CURCI THE WOMAN WITH THE WONDER VOICE. Prices Season Ticket Alcana, $(1.00; I'lrM Balcony, $0 00, $3.00, 81.00; Second Ilaicoii), Heortcil, $2,00, llo iiMco opens til 10 o'doi'k Monday Morning, Ortnlier 22, Ht .iknkins' mi'mc store. MAIL ORDERS NOW Direction MRS. F. H. HILL. Postoffii-c Box 630. Residence Plionc Main 6372. SEMANT MAJOR OF . THIRD POLISH LEGION ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 October 1917

1HC ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 DETECTIVE Wo do nil kinds of Detective Work Consult u J. All work strictly confi dential. Calls answered day nnd night. CKNTitWi ii;ti:ctovi: aoi:xcv Commercial Illdg., fith and Edmond. Phono M. 208. St- Joseph, Mo. Take the nioctilc Line to Kansas city, liberty and EX CELSIOR SPRINGS. Rhoitest route, quickest time, bent service. Tialns lenvo Sth and Edmond stB. Limited 10 n. m. and 4 p. in. Iocnl ccry hour on the linlf from 5130 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.; then 9:30 and 11:1 D p. m. THE OZARK RECRUIT BROUGHT ALONG CLUB Continued from Page 1 Choice Cut Flowers FOR AM, OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. rl Elth and Francis Street Phones 330 and 331 HASTY MHSSHNCiKll CO. UAaOAGE, LIGHT HAULINO MHPSBNGKnS TELEPHONE MAIN NINE NINE W. B. HAZEN DRAINAGE ENGINEER Telephone Connections Room &.! Cnnuucrclnl llnlldlnp: Elxtli and Kdmmiil 61. Joseph, Mo. .5 and 6 MONEY TO IX) N ON TARM AND CITY TOOPERTY J. G. SCHNEIDER Gcrmnn-Amci ' National Dank WA TC...

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. — 13 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 k THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r 11 A N 1v r It I T A (1 IMIlor iiiul Publisher, sit i:uMONn srr.i:r.T. tixhpiioni: main C9t Business or Editorial. TiuiMs or sinhcnu'iio.v Per Voir J1.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to Tin: onsinivnii 811 Kttmond St. at. Joseph, Mo. Entered ut the Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. l'ostofflce In St. as Second Class iirv Tin: miikhtv iio.vns Tho big drive for the second Install ment of '",000,000,000 of 1 per tent Interest Libert bonds is now on all over the United States and Its posses sions nnd the drive must and will be a sncccs. The St. Josph committee has pre- pared and put Into effect Its pro-,,, gramme which Includes all of "" Noithwest pait of Missouri md this paper has the faith and tho trust In(bos can do little, although they can the people of this section that they ,l() something. A cornhusker must be will do their full duty on this occas ion an thej did on the fi...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1017 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 The grammar schools will proba bly have moving picture machlna.1 In the school rooms. There Is still over J19.000 out standing which Is due to the Hod Cross. Regret was expressed In this city Wednesday when the death of Dr. Johnson Leigh, the centenarian of Hiawatha, was announced; M. J. Downey for best Plumb ing ani Gas Pitting. 1002 Frederick Ave Phono 116. Adv. The state utilities comml'islon hns extended the date that the street rar company may suspend the four-rent tickets until the pcojle are heard from. - W. D. Morrison, president of the board of public works, has resigned to accept a commission In the quar termasters' division of the army. A warrant was Issued by Justice Forgraves Wednesday for the arrest of James Moore on a burgla...

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. — 13 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, Ml ' .' yak or pi 111,1c vnov !'ie munis of si Circuit ro.it nf Bt,h.vn.in''nf"n .A0.'1'.,' old defendants are iiti- OHM' in cue circuit umi tie n u u.ni.iii i ,., ...,.,....,1.1 ..il...l for mJh-cmI, to the Ortol or. " .'. ."; " . ar. mi-. ,,..1 e n, ,iiii,,n tlia !' Trice, Amanda Johnson, Will Missouri, nt the IClUlein . . n,,,',,.. 1 . Hi.ft.i irn. of !t. I) r.ilks, Col- '."'",. -a"" " '. '.rX ' Kiiui ml ( llllllll Ull'l 111! VI i plW u s, consort, devisees, do- yPS-'Jitii 191 1, J 1 1 ill Mute nf mill to Hip use lector of IK vnuv of tj'i MlBOllll . .. . t. South S' Joeib Town Compan.v. l,cwls S. ' ". Jolin C Lundls, .Tr. Mnrv (1 l.mi1K M'vj i: l'i irelt. J. O. Sehneldoi, I.'. M. L'ndniy, I A. Vnnt. Alden H Mvl't and U 1 S.virt. ntitl the unknown grantees ntnl as signs or tr-e S'outli M .1ooili Town Company, Hinl tin- 'inViown consults heirs, devisees, e'unt ( alienees, or Immediate, mesne or it mute, voluii tni or ti'tnlntitni t gin...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 October 1917

$THE ST. 'JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 ". f 0 ICE CREAM Delicious mid Wholesome) Only Pasteurized cream l used In the manufacture of our Ice Cream, which Is made by experts In a modcrnly equipped factory, where cleanliness predominates. Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co. Phones Mnln 7180 or South 184. Order from Your .Dealer. BURYING SOLDIER DEAD FRIEDA HEMPEL COMING, Ilmr tlio ltodlc Aro Hccmcrril and tlio Wny Tlmt Disposition Is Mudo of Them. When Others Fail S. D. FRANCIS 710H FclU St., 6t. Joseph, Io- Expert In the treatment of Chronic, Nervous. Dlood, Skin ' and Genlto-Urlnary Diseases of men and women. Honest treatment. You pay for results only.' No false hopes or promises; liut permanent, lasting cures. Free consultation. All deal In r;s confidential. Hours: B u. m. to 8 p. m. v Sundays. 10 to 1. INVEST FOR GOOD HEALTH W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial Eyes and a Full Line of Optical Goods. LENSES THAT FIT THE EYES 1Z0 fi. Stli St. Phono Main 2SSS (From a' Fre...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 October 1917

'DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 NEWS FRO! Interesting Happenings Which Have Tuken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Atnl .Vmiiiliiiii Tinnier." liine has n "Jrtz I.ue vs. I.ovt Ir the title of n oiie cult filed nt Carthage. dl- 6,000 whs pnlil for a Poland China male ling at .Mexleo, .Mo, on Mondnv of lat week. The dramatic season at I'leaant )III1 opened with a home talent per formance of "The Dei-strlek 8kule " J II. Samlets, of Iepwater, aged US, was In Clinton rildn and took In his first Ulcus. He lini livid In llenij count i'j e.rs. The Itlchaids Progress will not an noiinci It" KUes as to when the war will end until It leains when the Mis souri and Kansas troops will get Into It Captain Ilanlllne, nn old Veiron ciunty Confederate, Is no pacifist, for he Is coming as ne.ir as he can to turning his sword Into n plovvshnie. lie Is tiln(j his ancient salue to rut his corn rop. Not since Noduwnv counts was srt tled h...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 October 1917

I The St. Joseph Observer. -C. VOLUME XI. FAIRBANKS HELPED TO PUSH LIBERTY LOAN He Tells the People That It is Better to Lend Money Than to Lose Life TKe Inspiring Words of This Patriot Will Give Ad ded Impetus to During two pant political campaigns Hon. Charles W. Fairbanks, who on one occasion through the fact that ho received more electoral vote.s than did Ins democratic opponent, filled the office of lce president of the United States, and on two previous other occasions talked to the people of St. Joseph on political matteis, was again the speaker before an Immense audience at the Audtolrlum last night and on this occasion his talk was entirely different from that of his previous visits for last night he talk ed on a ltal Issue the necessity of St. Joseph and this part of Missouri doing Its full duty In raising 1U quota of the great IJberty loan. And It Is a safe proposition to say that on this occasion he did nioro good than on the two previous occas ions combined for this tim...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 October 1917

urtfK -T.r . v."-"t : THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVERSATURDAX, OCTOBER 20, ml pssujjs ea.-a,r,imji r.j ujsiii IC E CREAM DcIIcIjih iuuJ Wlioleoiiio Only I'a"t nrlzed cream Is used In tho mauuf.i turc of our loo Cream. 'hlch Is mculo by experts In a modernly equipped factory, whore cleanliness predominates Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co. Phones Mnlii 718(1 nr South 131, Orilcr from Your Deiler. fra rT-lTL.-aimfltritCT'iTi -re--, .um.Lt ten Others Fail S. D. "FRANCIS 710 V, Tell St., M Jcneph, Mo. Hxpert In the treatment of Chronic, Nerotis. Blood, Skin and Oenlto-i'rlnary Diseases of men and women Honest treatment. You pay for results onl No falpe hopes or promises, but perninnent, lasting cures Tree consultation. All deal lni;s confidential. Ilourhi I) n. m. to 8 p. in. Sutidnjs: 10 to 1, INVEST IOIt GOOD HEALTH W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial i:yes and n 1'ull I,lno of Optical Goods. LHN'SKS THAT TIT THC UYES 120 S. Hill SI. l'hono Main 2335 K. A. JOHNSON MERCHANT TAILOR A Pine Stock...

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. — 20 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 3 RIGHT AND PR1V1 LEGE 111 K Nil W IHr Trillin that without Mind there can l.e no"! existence; that Mind therefore la th acceptance,- they ore seir-evldent, ' namely, that txlstence Indicates or ' expresses Mlncl, Intelligent cause; (Continued from page 1.) necessary precedent, cnu.e, or creator jof existence. Otherwise stated, exist ence, or thnt which exists, Is the nec essary subcequcnt effect, result, or creation of Mind. This Mind, then, Infinite In Its perfection, Immeasur able and Incxheusllble In Its capacll.', continuity, and lesource, must be the divine Principle of man and the unl erse; must be that which we mean or should mean when we think or say 'Rod. MIimI (hiuilproonl, Inenrporml accomplishment of meni nnd when In the fullness of lime, Chi 1st Jesus de clared, "Rod Is a. Spirit (or, ns stated In Knottier translation, "Ood Is Spirit") , l(. A, nm' ,hp' tn,,t worship hlni must wor- snip nini In spirit una In truth, me...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r a . u 1 in r a Ldltor nml Publisher. In st i t'.DMOND HTRI8KT. rin.HPHoNK main Buslncs ur Kdltorlul. ' ro 'a ' y , ro i .. of Clrrnun sal-!may have been mistake of a year, I with coins that had less silver ..tiiii Itnree, live or ten curs ago ror now. mem. Ill t .cr ml rl'tlit at this mo- Is the time nnd It Is the duty of nil lllds ns high as (1.11 have bsi-n n..j 11 wluic wo the people of ui- good citizens to forget all difference made for silver nnd the market re in i mut dn our pirt--fur hiv I of the past nnd while thl Brent war poits nie'thnt It Is still strong. There iwIick: we fit In and where we must I on mm tit forward shoulder to 'Is a possibility that It may bo In do our hit, no mutter how lnrl It shoulder. President Wilson mndo his . 1 2029, but that seems hnrdly pinb i eph Wednesday thnn there has been .lets will suffice to convey the mean-, told him before trying to enter th Ti:a.Ms or subscri...

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. — 20 October 1917

,r;:.',fo.,..nw . ,StspEWsief; THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 ! V p I LOCAL MATT 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 Mrs 'Catherine Maix of 1515 Noith Second fell from a Union line car Sunday when she attempted to allcnt and broke her left leg. Charles HelllK, seventy -hree var3 of age, and who has been married forty-see'i years, was cent to the workhouse Mondnv by .Judge Allee for a ten-dnv stay for striking his aged wife. Floyd L. Weakley of Agency, a nephew of ex-Postmaster Weakley of this city, has been made a major In the V. S. engineering corps, accord ing to a letter received by John "3, Hoyer Moit'sy. M. J. Downey for best Plumb Ins an! Gas Kitting. 1002 'Frederick Ave. Phono 116. Adv. The Richardson murder case be heard on Nov. S, vlll The grand Jury Monday looked Into the matter of marriage licenses on which no returns have been...

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. — 20 October 1917

,tmumtstt THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 order or riiii.icvnoN I In tho IliKlmtinn County fir ult Court to the October Trim, 1017 -t"v? Vf Ml1-""-"1. County of llu- , rli7.i..'.,V .?. . J C. Smith Plaintiff ttnrnli C. Nut'on Plaintiff s. s. John II Wesl iih-1 i: A Villi, Pe- Thinim? O. Vi.ton.. . lltfen.laiit. fin-hints. Now nt thin ilny entno the plaintiff. Now ut tiil Oav i'i'iii the- pwintlff by lit r i.ltirnc.v, mill It appealing to by his iitti'rm. niiil II hiiv iilinc t' tin- s.iil'fuetloii of the fieri! of tlio On- silisfu lion n' t i '.-j-k of l'ie (n -lilt Court 111 vacation, lliut said circuit einiit In v t i-i tM.it In the tU-fen .mt. Thomas I). Watron, Is n above entitle,; tMM- miii' i n lev.-itcii-,eldeiit of I lip State of Missouri, iilurl,, Issued li On i lt-t k ii,' Oils i oiii t mill does not teslile therein. It 1 or niuliist 1 ff-mliintx, iiiij It fiuther up-'ileied that wild iiou-icwldeut detend pcsilng tint the vtiei Iff of Hui'linuaii !nht l...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20lMtf " li BIGHT AND PRIVELEGE TO KNOWTHE TRUTH (ContlnitcJ (rum rao 1.) anil today, fifty oars thereafter, phy sical Bclcnce litis announced the prac tical disappearance of any ultimata jfoim or primal state of matter cogniz able to ttio physical senses; but from an entirely different basli nnd with entirely different results,' for whllo physical eclence has pursued matter a statement of physical wclence xe K.mlltijr matter, tind that matter la mi' uiuii juinm vi pnysicm science. Further, one vjevra the Immediate or local formi of mutter With which humanity Is environed, nlso the ma terial residue qf ancient iiros, and fll(Pm'fMu In Afinli At tllcm nmi.li! 1 If ... ... , ,' , ,,., Isustalned In perfect continuity by ln- eudenccs of the changing, shifting, J , fore that which haa destroyed nlok neii and distress and established health and harmony must be truly substantial; must be at least tho sub stance hoped for by the weary suffer er; m...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 October 1917

mi j---wjpii-jtj i -V1 -TP -wfW?rJpWBr' - THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 NEWS FROM A IMPE Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State irc the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor I! Moiuoe llnipei- Rh venii old hung hlnii-elr In the lvnrn nt (lull.ttlu lust riilunlav night October 4 The linkoi lllll school, null llamll ton In north Hlsniiil, has an uttmd nmc of ylxtti ii bn)H, but' not a Kill J riKxe. of Doom Ilk, hi" rfolif to live In New Mexico, hut the local pnpn wax not tempted to head the Item I'lgge 1-elives." Ten thousand iIoIIhi In Mild ! of feud In puniliinii by the Charlton eountv corn ution unci luutui.up to be held edrh In NoMmber. Prom LewN lountv come the sloi) of the tomato jilimt that grew o tall It wns nete"-ui to ue a stepl.ulder to gather the fmlt fiom the higher brailthei At the T n Jewett sale held one day last week, on the old lewett faim near Chirks Kork stmo one cow and alf brou...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 October 1917

9 The St. Joseph Observer ... , 1 & VOLUME XI. THE DRIVE WILL GO OVER THE TOP TODAY St. Joseph Will Do Its Share It Over the Without Doubt by Tonight St. Joseph's Quota Will Be Fully Subscribed This In the Inst lap. It In the last day on which to sub scribe to the second liberty loan. It la the last day on which the peo ple of St. Joseph may demonstrate their patriotism and love of country by making voluntary subscriptions. It Is the day on which the people still may show that they feel for the boys who are now at the front nnd those who soon will be there to fight the battles for those who stay at home, and put up the money that Is needed for them to go forward and win this war for world's democracy. This Is Oct. 27, 1317 the closing day of the Liberty Loan drive shall It be a success 7--that questlpn Is up to the people here and they must de cide It. The small subscriber Is Just as Important as the man who buys thousands, and his doliar goes Just as far ad that of the man who ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 October 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917 vnnvt m- hviwii , iwi'wim ii i i.i ii i im i in iiiiii1 i inn mm n 1 s In fjin 1111111 mi imii ' I CALLS IT HOME JCE CREAM Ik'lk'loui mill Wholeioino Only Pasteurized cream Is uneJ In tlie manufacture of our Ico Cream, wlilcli Is made oy experts In a inodernly equipped factory, where cleanliness predominates. Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co. Phouca .Main "180 or South 134, Order from Your Dealer. Trunk Pushon Ifnn Lltrtl In IVnllcii tlmkN so lMig Tlmt lie Knoni No Other Place of Ahoile. Warn Others Fail S. D. FRANCIS 7IOVj TelU St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the treatment of Chronic, Nervous, Hlood, Skin and Oenlto-Urinary DlBeases of men and uomen Honest treatment You pay for results only No false hopes or promises, but permanent, lasting cures Tree consultation. All deal ings confidential. Hours: 9 n. m. to 8 p. m. SLinduys: 10 to 1. INVEST FOR GOOD HEALTH t'ranh II. Pushon, who recently waa rele.ised from the .Missouri peniten ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 October 1917

""! W" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917 Jl 1 to I "s ''-A fh """-KjMsisBsWiBHBsBsWHUMrlsMasMEaH i 1 f Back Up Your Boy Over There I The present business of the United States is WAR. Men win win battles but it takes wealth to win wars. Do your duty and buy LI t i M$ lli V f jt i".' 1-The government must get these dollars! If not by bonds then through taxation. A LIGHTNING PRANK Otoe Old Btory About Not StrlkliiK Vnloe In hame Plaoo In Kxplocletl. Who says llfhtnlnK doesn't strike twice Inthe nume place? Axel Ackerson, living In a count) y house In the Keystone addition near Benson, Is prepared to dispute t'..e axiom. "About June 25," says Joseph Mc Mahon, an Insurance mnn, "lightning struck ,the roof of the home of Mr. Ackerson and boitU ilijht tliroUKh It, 77i7s BERTY BONDS y dolnit some damage which was ad- Justed. In the night of August 21, during a thunderstorm, the house was hit by a bolt Just exactly where It had been repaired, only It did a. little more dama...

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