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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 December 1917

3THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, JUTURDAY, DECEMBER 13, $ " -. f IC E CREAM Delicious nml Wholeomo Only Pstcuilzed cream 1? used In the manufacture uf our lea Cream, which Is made by experts In a modornly equipped factory, where cleanliness predominate. Western Dairy & Ice Cream Co. Phones .Main 7188 or South 134. Order fiom Your Dealer. When Others Fail . O.-vSl 11 S. D. FRANCIS 718H Tellx St., St. Joseph, Mo- Expert In the treatment of Chronlo, Nervous. Blood Skin and Genlto-UrInar Diseases of men and women Honest treatment. You pay for results only No false hopes or promises, but permanent, lasting cures. Free consultation All deal ings confidential. Hour: 9 h. in. (i 8 p. m. Sundujx: 10 to l, INVEST FOR 'GOOD HEALTH W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial Ees and a Full Line of Optical Goods. LENSES THAT FIT THE EYES 120 S. Hlh St. 1'lione Main 23:15 V. A. JOHNSON MUIICIIANT TMI Oil A rino Stock of (.onds for jour M-lec-lions. Reasonable Prices. Firm class workmanship guaranteed. Itepa...

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. — 22 December 1917

' -T & The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME XI. CONGRESS IS SPEED ING UP ON ITS WORK More Was Accomplished in the Three Weeks of the Session Than Was Anticipated The Capitol Is Crowded on the American Continent "There has been no session since I hae been a member of Congress that has accomplished no much In such a fchort space of time as lias the first threc weeks of the congress Into which we hae Just entered," said Congress man Charles V. Boohcr of this dis trict, who reached St. Joseph Thurs day night on tits way home to spend the holidays with his family, whom arc jet In Savannah. Mr. Booher left Washington as soon as the legislative body adjourned and will be here until New Years night, when he will return to Washington to resume his post of duty. "It Is really lemarknble, all things considered, how much whs accomplish ed In that short period," he resumes, "for usually when the 'long session," as Is the present, convenes, there Is a tendency to delay matters In order that all me...

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. — 22 December 1917

1 wwW.'TT,KV'!S,'l;, THE: ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 191 LIVED THERE FOR OVER SEVENTY-SEVEN YEARS Came to Gentry County From the lilue uras8 atato wncn a Mere Boy OF THE CHANGES onni.it or prniiirvrioN In tho Uuelmnan Comity Circuit Co irt, January Term, A. I)., 191S. St.it- of Mtnioml. County of Un ci in. in, a. 11,1-el 1. lc!nni Plaintiff vn. Albert WliLnni llrfnl.int Now nt thin inj mine the plaintiff li In r Vtornrj, nnd It uiiirln,! l" the K-it.f,ictii)ii of the Jiid,.t of tho t tr ult iViui'l thut onlil ilefpn.l itit, Al bert Wli hum, li ii non-resident of tho State of .Mluiitirl, ond does not rexl It1 tlurrln. It It orili'i-eil tint xil.l noli-lr.-llint defendant lie notified hy p iMi- it i in, us required by law, tint i ,.i j,i lintirr has eommcnceii iior Bint , ND HAS SEEN ALL ill I 'I tuuil iiHiii',, "mill n'-ivii'i.'ii, l,j iietition nnd nffllmlt tho olijert nnd petienil li. iti.ru of which N to ol tiln it deere.o of dhoree from tho de fendant on the grou...

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. — 22 December 1917

m I'lMny.r,.,, THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 HOW THE BOYS WILL BE GIVEN AMUSEMENT A "Fun Zone" Is Now Being Con structed for Them at Camp Funston, Kansas so A WHOLE CITY FOR THAT PURPOSE When Others Fail t. t UiSt 111 S. D. FRANCIS 710J4 I'clW St., fit, Joseph, Mo. Expert In the treatment of Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin and Genlto-Urlnary Diseases ot men and women. Honest treatment. You pay for results only. No false hopes or promises; hut permanent, lasting cures. Freo consultation. All deal ings confidential. IIoiii'h: n n. in. to U p. m, Sundays: 10 to 1. INVEST FOR aOOI) HEALTH W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial i:ycs ami a Full Lino of Optical Goods. LENSES THAT FIT THE EYES 120 S. 8th St. Phone Mnln 2335 K. A. JOHNSON merchant tailor A Finn Slock of Hoods for your selec tions. Tlcnsonublo Prices. First clas workmanship guaranteed. Repairing and pressing department In connec tion. I'hnne Main 28BSJ. 813 Fell i Street fit. Joseph, Mn. DONEGAN Handles all...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 December 1917

r-fr THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r k a n k r n i: y t a (J Lilltor niul Publisher. tha enormous ruerltlce tliU war ex-,tcrnnce In that It In untimely, sprung "rovcnRO." They "Were nil phantoms. .. . ... . .' ..!. ..... i. torts If the cotilil bo made to tin lrr- at a moment when It will hearten the, ntnnil that 4liey weie fighting for un 'German government rather to con uurkhteo is iiiu'c It Is UiIh that he thine the war than to plead In slnccr 811 HOMOND STRKHT. rci,i:iiioNi: main Uusltiess or JCdltorlal. S55 TI'.llMS OP SfllSClllPTION per Year J1-00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to Tin; observer 811 Ediiiond St. St. Joseph. Mo. Entered nt the Postofflce In St. Joseph, Missouri, ns Second Class Mill Matter. -mrr HOMELY AM) GAMl'.Y RIGHT Possibly this muy not bo Just the proper source from which to predhuto this article, but the foundation for the subject and the homely suggestion and method are so perti...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 December 1917

'W'Wif THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 LOCAL MATTERS OF chased Thursday by Mayor Marshall I and Flro Chief Kane for the poor Swvttott'lM'Coi Smll&Maltfo FIRST OF ALL-RELIABILITY children's Christmas tree. -V IP HAM fcto (Ghfft NEBAL INTEREST A meeting of the negro registrants' club will bo held tonight at 111 North Ninth street. Jsnk Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph k Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns The lntcrurban servlco on the Kx- celslor Springs line was resumed around the loop Friday. Mrs. O. A. Ludwlg, despondent over 111 health, swallowed poison Thursday, but will recover. Reports show that there has been over 41,000 acres of wheat sown In this county this fall. Ex-senator Tom Lsaght returned from Jefferson City Wednesday. The two homo KLrd companies on Wednesday ordered their uniforms. They will be of khaki. Mrs. II. A. Owen on Wednesday re ported that 1,0...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 December 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 order op pi iiucvnov Tn tic Bu li"iian i f mty Clnult Cu t to tlu J.inmij rum, A D, l'( M .tr of Mb sou: I, Count) nf. Un til t n, (- (hi lis 11 Mn.iM Plaln'lff VS l.ii, cur Win i en, and niiti Aur Icn . Defendants i vv lit till ln llltllP till- pllllllllff I) hir Uti'ineiK, Mini It npiu-irln to tlic sat sf lin or tin- Clicult t'ourt tliat Mill li-ftii lants, Ihigene W'urieii Mini Am i Wiirii'ii, are nmi-ipslilints if lilt Mill t if llsouil, imil do ntit lislle then In. It Is mdcre.l tluit slid mm ii idem di'etidinti. bo notified liv )i ilill itlfili, na loqulied liv luu, til it i said plaintiff lini ininmenreil her suit In this I'oiiit against Mill defendants lij pitttmn mill atta. hment, the ob it ct nml general nature of which Is to enforri i imih nl of agreement and ronti ul signed bv -def. nthiuts dated In Iliu lian in Count), Missouri, on August .'Till, 1 a 1 7. h I hi' tpltns of which it It iiolili'l Unit defendants pa) to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 December 1917

i -evvr-tr -- - - mi'nK'w'n.nf 'mil. .,i..i.,. ,!.,,.. ,.,u .3 ITfK'PVf''ir'y' wjiwt" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 3eircsKisunBv'tsxansssratin'XBt''!XB,xnviu.Btienai' Bagggpani taunaggc iiwfcac.muvsagqc'aapctasB' rarw, m jiocgntrTaBTTBTiWHj3rffl3taagiBM?aBiLjgaarc st. 1- .t--? .f-YTrv-rTr-"----''- ----" Christmas m ii in ii ii mini i iiiiii i ii ilium i i 1 1 miiiii i m m m in mwni'i i'n lyfl r ' " Only More i V J BUY HIM A BOX OF Choice Cigars or a PIPE, or any other of the MANY SMOKER'S ARTICLES I carry in my Selected Stock, and he will appreciate his Christmas Present. Everything in the line of Books, Sta tionery and Christmas and New Year's Cards. o Berger L The Cut-Dime Cigar Store, News Stand 511 Edmond Street Mr. Merchant: What is your treatment of the Public's Eyes? Arc you saving Eyesight or ruining it? The brilliancy of an exposed lamp filament is from 1G0 to 1,000 lime3 brighter than the EYE can safely bear. Great harm is being done to your salespe...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 December 1917

J THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, J9I7 gnaBKiwT'jwcwaflKMiLi IMPERIAL MISSOURI Inteve&ting 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 We lniuMnt Major l'inn mq of ("inllatln wiltes vei lnteiesting ters. More than sixty tar loads of hay have been shipped fiorn Coming this eai An eight -acre farm jold last week one mile south of Marsh ill for $18,000. on average of $2.'5 per acie. J D Tudder iold 1,000 buiheli of corn In the crib to Charles Tuddei for It pel bushel Klmo Register. Olteivllle has organized n home guard ompini vvljh slt membeis and these uie dillllnrf once each week. Whj commit stiblde when tin can save the ttouhlc 1 calling a illlrtn of Mexico Io , a MixLim liisttad of a Mexlcoan' Splckard Orimili count, sound" like a iur.il faice niiue, but all the wimo Spiikard Ins n home gu ird ram pan with 1 -" membiii. One turke In ought $110 50 at a Red Cross benefit s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

The St. Joseph Observe JL VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, DECEMDER 29, 19171 NUMBER 17. I ff' i h 7 i. ; EffflEE 1918-VAH 1917 The )ear 1917 Is rapidly drawing to a closo, nnd before another Issue of this paper will have passed Into space and It has made great history. With the ear to close so closely upon nil, It Is hut natural for us to look backward, and when wo do so, and then take a forward glance. It would, with what we hae seen nnd what wo look forward to see, be but natural that we lament the times In which wo live. The orgy of blood sickens us, and we cannot shut our ears to the groans of tho dying, the wounded, the staging. the bereaved. Wo see the priceless treasures of civilisation, accumulated in tho slow toll of centuries, consumed In a devouring flame. All the energies of man seemingly are centered on the one great task of killing and destroying. Flaring hate and blind nnger encompass us Tho laughter of little children, the sung of the birds, seem a travest). In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

THE ST. JCCErM 0J?J7?.VZ?., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1917 jjsn6gaEg3X:ra' Aoteoies n Accessories I JN07J SMITH wjo,. MM Rs. tn0CI' d$& W SIm I! i; Or? wmn nrltc tlt tier heni b cnotiuh cJV to pay Hip wintry till ivciv moMh I ock in oiir tWk NOW, Vna nre li'flh Ynu i.'n make yuur Inns pay bJii profits hy ul ijj. Dt: pi on ii iy ui itf. : EGG MAKER J i It will rendition your turn, kwp tbtm hcltl. an.1 make thcin lav So positive are hc that WOLF'S ECO MAKI Kw.ildoallweclalm'hat wc hae toM our dealer In your town lo fumKh ou enough (or your tick on lie totuminsj WUstiantte whkh It on tvir patLsicc Hi 5k; i r t 1 &S; EStS? 1 7 "t'Cbty Si a r5g?'' i.v-a.vwvt'1'- iv Haasa T?mmiSr! Tjvkv TTent Pn I.u WOLF'S RAPID LOUSE K1LIE& will k?cp ojr hens he frn n 'kc Late Cai, Sifttr Top, 25e GRAFTERS FLOCK THERE Nen York N tin Mewn .for .tlio Sv.lnsIIers Mio tire Nun ();v. nltiiK NEW YORK. Confidence r.ici mini' to New Yuil: from r.!l i.irt i of the country to prey upon person 4 ready to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

JMSSBWS4r9w r jTT" I F.T-?l .- "t . ' ' " rVs-r-WW'1 """'' ' V ., , ,. "lll"tll THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1917 W l When Others hi S. D. 'FRANCIS 710 Tclbt St., St. Joseph, JIo. Export lit tho treatmont of , rnronlc. Nervous, mood, Bl;ln ana Uonlto-Urlnary Uuea'3cs of men and women. Honest treatmorit You pay for results only. No Wise hopes or promises; but permanent, lpctlng cures. iee consultation. All deal ings confidential. llourw: n n. m. to 8 p. m, Sunclnjs: 10 to 1. INVEST FOR GOOD HEALTH W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial Hycs nnd a Full Line of Optical Good1). LENSES THAT FIT Tim EYES 120 S. 8th St. I'honc Mnln 2333 F. A. JOHNSON merchant TAILOR A Flno Stock of Goods for sour selec tions. Rcanonnblo Tilccs. rirst class workmanship Ruaranteed. Repairing ana presrmg department In connec tion. Phono Main 2S6SJ. 813 Felix Struct St. Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handles all kinds of natural gas burn ers, mantles, flxtuies, etc. Got his prices. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 1917 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r it . x ic v it r v 'i" (J Etlltir mi,! Publisher. - 811 I'DMON'D STRKIJT. TELEI'llON'M MAIN DOJ Duslnct or editorial. . TERMS t)l' SI'llSCIIII'TION Per Year ' 00 Adortlslng Rates on Application. Address All Communications to Tim orwnnvKK 811 Edmond St. Ht. Joseph. Mo. Untered at the Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postoffleo In St. as Second Class .Mi!. v.xirm.n,s economy It la the undisputed right of every oltlTii-n of theso United States to lion estl) disagree with anyone whom he Is reasonable sure Is mistaken In the farts, anil therefore It Is the right of this paper to criticize tho utterances of Mr. Frank A. Vanderllp. the great New York Innker, who Is now on a speech making tour of tho country In tho In terests of the thrift campaign. An eff'irt was made to bring him to St. Joseph last week but It failed and ho spoke at Omaha and at Kansas City In place. This of all times Is a mighty poor one in which ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, WIT LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph . . vvn.iww j-v Anything Wiucn Has uccurrea reserving or juoceu Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Information reached this city Mon day of the drowning of Charles, nine, Leonard, eleven, and OUo, fourteen, Sharp, sons of John Sharp of near Watson, who broke through the Ico while Rkatlng on the Missouri Sunday afternoon. On Monday Judge Vorles reduced the $40,000 Judgment of "Rufus "Van Bibber against tho Swift Packing Co, to $20,000. At noon Monday the boys at the city hall Invaded tho office of Mayor Marshall and presented htm with a Bet of gold cuff buttons studded with diamonds. The mayor In responding made a real Ingersoll In eloquence speech. J. C. Whltsoll, M. D., eye, ear, noso and throat. Commercial Bldg. Adv. Harry L. George, food administrator for Buchanan county, has requested all hotel and restaurant keeper...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1017 minim op laniiirvnuN' In the I Jt iinan fount Circuit f( rt to lie January Turn, A. 1) , '-lute uf Missouri, Count) . o! tin- Cll t'Mll, f Uliidjsj It. Mikuc Plnlntlff VS. Huieuc Willi en nml Annn Wnr- Vow at this dnv rami, the plnlnllff ii ... i.. .- i i ..it... ti .j .- . ., i.... . ,.,-,. .. ...e, -- I I'll m u .fiufo II tlin PIpaiiII PlMltl 1 ' iiiv r i r"t i I til oil' viiivi i'" that r.Ud ill ft ml inti" Hiipeno Wuiron and Anns Warren, uie nnn-tcslilunts of the State of MIsmiuiI, iit'd do not lesldc thsrrln it Ik nrdeied that tnld noii-ievldtut drfPiidiuitH be nollflel bv publli-ulon, ns relinked bv law t'ut wild plaintiff has loin. n n ed lif r milt In this Coin nwilnst tuld defcnliuts by I etillon and utliiihim nt, the oh- ii.'o?c .m m"nt of . K ce nc t on "" t,,p ,0,",d of nUimltlM .u-h as f-o'nt.Tnt.'XV l d fe'ndu.V'1 d ,t"d ,' "- her conditio.. In life Intol in viKiimiiiii r.i.mi! MUni.iri on n,ll,e '" tllIs. to-wlt. tha...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1917 ' r OltUElt Or PUBLICATION In tho Buchanan County ClrculT Court to thu January Term, A, D., 101S. Stale of Mls&uuri, County of Bu chanan, sj. Grnco Olllum Plaintiff George 13. Glllam.. Dofcndint by -r Attorneys, nnd It appearing ( j tho satisfaction of the Circuit Court that jmla defendant, George E. Glllam, in a non-r!iacnt of-the State of Mis souri, nnd docs not reside therein, It Is ordered that until non-resident de fendant be JiotlfloJ by publication, as required by law, that said plaintiff has commencoJ ha- salt In this Court against said defendant by petition nnd affldnilt, the object and gen-rat nature of which Is to obtain n decree I of divorce from the defendant on tho ' grounds of desertion and abandon-1 ment, without a reasonable cause, fori the space of more than one whole year next before the Ming of her pe tition; that unless the said defendant shall be and appear at tho next term of this Court to be. begun and ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 29 December 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1917. NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State inr the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor. The Corn Show been called iff. for Holckow has The cheapest thins? the Eldorado Springs News knows of Just now are newspapers and money. The California woolen mills hae, to date, sent 8,000 blankets to the Quaitermasler's department at St. Louis. The rapidly advancing pilco of hay worrits the UlggltisvlUe Jeffersonlun, which forseea' a sympathetic rise In the cost uf breakfast food. Observing that a Mr. Fyffe married a Jllsi Drum recently, the Sedalla Bazoo says they should have music wherever they go. Yes, and maitlal music, too. Six child i en born within n jear Is the record of Mrs. Charles Runjan, of Popular Hluff, who has for the second tlmo within twelve months given birth to triplets. A conductor on the East St. Louis and Suburban svslcm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 January 1918

The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1918 NUMBER 18. LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR PROTECTOR And Help to Win the War That Will Insure Your Continued Freedom The Thrift Campaign Will and be Pushed Thnt was an enthusiastic two hun il. Hi who met around the war banquet W-inl at Hotel Itobldoux last night nnd conpletcd the plans for the great thrift campaign which will open Mon day nnd wherein oery person In St. Joseph from the richest to the most humble Is expected to take a hand In the winning of the great war It. which the people are now encaged and ujon the winning of which depends the futurp peace and happiness of the whole world. And that two hundred were not only enthusiastic, but they are real woik ern the Kind of people who get out nnd do things and they will demon stride this fact when they enter the labor field Monday. Among ilio Worker Hev. It. Gould made the talk of the occasion and he talked some, too for he gave each worker gathered there mo...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 January 1918

THE ST. JCSE7I! 0ZS2RVES, 5aTIT.DAYiiJAIIUAE:Y 5, 1913 1! ! 1 0 1 n i i i i s A i i i i n n ij rJ ri r"J rl rl' r rJ r-i rJ rsTrJ ri rJfS :it jTnraHIzHfrS r rii f't rdjrHfi: m wii v rt cv f u rti tUPEL.fiky iU 3 "The Acropolis Lsbcl Is a Warrant of Quality" i ftTa JO) w j& n& VA T"M w Vf y Acropolis Sweet Corn Luscious Grains of Genuine Sweet Com k ,in pti-Min win i is informed :nil lit- will tell mi tlul the finest sweet or :i ccnc (run tlu- -uto of Mai.ie. While the production there' is not enormously largo, it h;v. a in. t delieious flavor. croju. lis ei'in is raised and eanned in Maine. Km nut liciiii; satisfied alone with k msr to tlie locality that products the highest grade of sweet corn, we pay a canncr an extta I'.mmission to get the choici-st ears as they are prepared feu cutting. Acropolis (.'urn lias the true la.ste and f!aor of freh sweet ei rn. It is pm up in a modern, sanitary cannen and is tree from sill. and lui-sks. Its jsroodiie.ss i eliminating the aversi...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 January 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY S, 1918 I 1! HllIrJlIrrdidrr.rrr lrJr-.lrrJgarIB3f-ifefeiiiilrft I 1 v. a a B il S61U? a 0 a i a m a a ia Fw&t a 1 JL 2& I ptmmmfrmmMmmrmmmmx9mmmmimmmw3mmmi3iiMrwmmmmmmimmmBWiwuMmx ,A,,i99 WivannJl RWW BKUH 13 kH4 (DweraEs m vnuasn o 1 1 n D i i i D 1 a i i B 1 1 1! a i i B 1 1 1 1 1! 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 III to Comnifoirt, Fit ml .Wgar Bigiradl Especially Sr tine Fan!" a Midi Oteslkmaiii "Hunter" Brand Overalls- are made primarily to serve the farmer and stockman to withstand the hard wear and tear that farm work is bound to give them. That they are accomplishing this is amply proven by the constant enlargement of our factories to meet the growing popularity of this serviceable garment. Hunter Brands are made in all styles, in cluding the new one-piece garment; also the Womans Overall, in all prices and in all sizes, from boys and girls up. MERCANTILE CO. Iirosiist HJpiiu "MuMntar3' Brand Whim Ymi Buny M Other Juast As (&dl Sold by ...

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