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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 19 January 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1918 NEWS FROM ALL 1MB TO HONOR LEE, JACKSON THE BUGLE NOTES GOVERN ENTIRE ABMY Continued from Pnso 1 aawssV: sasursssssjasMsssssj sBsssg awwT3T MK.M Ml'lllll? IMh-C 'h.lUT, V. I). Give a 1 .111 n licoii mill 1 e-rc Ucs Todav. Will i mi Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest Slate in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor rhp Mnlthville rtiiltlin Ohureh cc!pi1 n letter fro 11 Lieutenant Gen has a serviie flag with furl) -nine st i f-Htment factory Wtlli.1i Will cm- lii fun- hundred hand will locate ii Mobcily. With a ii million bushel oats crop 1.1 't en Missouri can be excused for fn lm- t'icm. neiall man Is figuring on 12 th i" mil dollars from a crop of beans Mm it htm about JSOO to grow. I inn the year 1017 the Cash Pout trv In um' paid out $20,041.42 to tho fmtner who make Crals a trading P' int. A . theie o int be furr nhng to the Oregon Sentinel wie 106 marlagos In Hol...

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. — 26 January 1918

BSERVER. VOLUME XI. sr joshph, mo., sattrday, ja ky 26. 1918 NUMBER 21. rrH-"-'l,l BUGHAN OVER TOP The Good Roads Bonds Five Farmers Who Were Expected to Fight the Project Turn Out and Put It Over No longer will It be necctary for the good roads boosters of St. Joeph anil Huclmnan countv to tell the peo ple that the other "counties are look ing at on," for thej hae seen niul seen the light with meteoric brillian cy as It reflected to the countr at large the welcome news thnt the good roads bonds had carried and that by a tremendous mojorlt. And It was a wonderful majority looking at It from all nngles for It was far above what the m6st sanguine booster the loudest and most optl. mistlc shoutcr could hao dreamed. The most enthusiastic did not expect a more than three to one shot and was therefore nil the more pleased and at the same time momentarily stunned when he found thnt the mag nificent majority exceeded five to one. The City I)I1 Well Of the city ote the boosters are es pecial...

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. — 26 January 1918

r JHE.ST. JOSEPFQBSERVER, SAT,UftDYf JANUARY 20, 1918 oiini:ii or in blicvuon In the Hiirhinm Count) Circuit Court to the Juiiuur) Term, A. U 1 tl tut of Mlneoirl, Count o! i' eh..rnn. ss UUilja 11. Muoie Plaln'iff VS. Eugene Unrr.n an J Anna War ren Defendants ohih.h or public wio ohdeh or public wiov 30119 I In tho Circuit Court of Buchanan In tho Buchanan County Circuit County, .Missouri. January Term. ! 9 IS, Couit. Juiuiiiv Term. A. D. 1 " 1 8 State of Sllsso'jrt, County of Bu rnatiun, n, Martin J Wilson Plilntlff vs. Orlo P. llson . . Defend int Now -it thin dii) came tht iilalntlff North St. Joseph Ileal Estate. Loan and Investment Company, n corpora tlon Plaintiff fori M Sharp. Elbert II. Sharp, J. V Carton, and the unknown heir1". devisees, donees, nllonocs, Immediate, sx atl .I... . r s n !!.-. lllllinilll I J Ite-r 1 III IIII'l . II II II Mill r ll I H ll inimnn .. . ,. A . ..Iiantna. nx lilt ill. ,o in mis " utitiv mi- . ..... i - -, - '-. ,; ... ii,,, "-" "i H.U1UIC, iu...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 January 1918

THE ST.'JOSEdBSERVfe'lCsATURDAY, JANUArV'26, 1918 When ethers Fail CONSULT Dp. S. D. Francis 710'., I'ill St., ht. .Jn-cph, Mo. 1 Expert In the trtatment of Chionlc, NrrioiiB, lilojd. Skin nnd Genlto-Urlnary Diseases of men and women Honest treatment You pay for resultB only No fnlsc hopes in promises, but permanint latli g cures 1'ree consultation All deal ings confidential Hums: ll n. in. to H p. in. Sundays: in to 1. invest ron good health ELMS HOTEL strictly rinrr clash Headquarters for All Stockmen Rates 50c and Up Good Meals IlrjsonaWe Hatoi 109-MI North 'third fet-prt Underwood &. fimncrman. Props Welding and Cutting BROKEN CASTINGS, nutr nnd pump cylinders, crank cases, pears stoMi parts welded by St, Joseph Welding Co, 811 OHvo Street. Cnttlns up of old boilers our spoclalty niONi: MAIN 3 188 J or MAIN fl83 s CALL 2255 For Taxicnbs and Baggage Service BROWN TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. r- ,THE Hesse Building Material Co. Agents for Sunflower Portland Cement ALSO DEALERS IN ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 January 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1918 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r n n k r iii:vt(i Editor iiml Publisher. tlc to guvern themselves and choose ihilr own form of government points the way to peace, nnd not to pence pie free of entires. Every nrtlcle should he written hy responsible pco plo of the community nnd slgneil by 811 nilMnVP STREET TELEPHONE .MAIN Business or Editorial. only hut to prosperity ami develop- them and every nrtlcle should uo ment. It points the way for Germany ' fussed upon by the newspaper board." 595 TERMS OF SIP.KCR1PTIOX Per Year ','00 Advertising Kates on Application. Address All Communications to Till: OttSERVKK Sll Udmond St. St. Joseph. Mo. Entered at tho Postofflco In St. Joseph. Missouri, as Second Class M ill Matter. Just the Mine ns for any other nation. It really amounts to nothing more or less than the old-fashioned rule of n-lshbors dealing honestly iind fairly with one another ns the best means of getting along together. THOT.KV WHAT MA...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 January 1918

THE ST. JOSZFH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1918 I A m ?. U" LOCAL MATTERS OF NERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph day. When arraigned he had five lawyers who volunteered their seniles. Whon they learned he was not ilch they withdrew. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Lent hc3liis I'Vh. 13 and K. inter will he early tills jeir. coming on March 3. Five speeders pild fines In police court Mond.iy morning fur exceeding the speed limltt .Sunday. John Pfelder wantj 39.000 tlamigea from the gas company because one of their barrels rolled over one of his feet. J. C. Whltsoll, M. D.. eye, ear, noso and throat. Commercial Uldg. Adv. Joreph Anderson, a Clay Center, Kas., farmer, was held up nt .Sixth and Olive streets Monday night and robbed of (3. Samuel Kllery and John and Dan iel Elding of the Halls neighborhood were arrested this week, charged with dlbturblng religious worshp. Jaml...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 January 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSE&VeI SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, i918" 6 EwfvT for your cheery little rMnflrTAffiK KU-trK cf wholesome cereals nnd the TSfllt MfiflsH fev5j& ANKnusnn-Duscn , JwJA.Wf DISEASE AND SCHOOLS Tlio fk-liool Hoard of Snvnniinli Tubing Time by lJio rcrolock. Is Fine Harness and Saddles mido especially for Farmer1) and Stoc'xmen, sent direct to you by express parcel post or freight Send for free Illustrated catalog, full of fine valu In Harness, Saddles and Accessories This Interesting ctalnK is yours for th asking. wr: hwi: no xur-vrs. wc sell. Dinner to vor at oxn cMtll TMlnviT wiv2 vnp TUf finnTrivo immnTu ! All of our harness nr.d workmanship Is guaranteed, and you will 5 find oi:r prices tlpht. At to our rollabillty, ne refur you to any bank I or banker In St. Joseph. JAMES LONDON Manufacturer of L'ght and HcHy Harness. Also a rull Line of Lap Rolm-, Net's, HhmLcU, Collar. Whip, 1'al: S phone 1809 220 sonrn rorirai street st. Joseph, mo. .4-U.UlX Aft Louis papi-r men...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 January 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OESERyER, SATURDAY, JANUARY ZG, 1918 1ITT 1917 Spralt-Oovgllbs'raclCo. (Successors to the Joseph c. hedenbero 87 Years of Compiled Information ABSTRACT ()!' TITLE HOOKS Abstract of Tlllo to nil lte.il E.stato In St Joseph ami IJuchanan County. Spra t-Cowgi I Abstrect Co. SI3 North Seventh Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE PACKING HAULING Store rixp.itca, bares, Desks 341 : telephones : ca3 Third mid Charles. W. N. LINN ATTORNEY AT LAW Aimtrnrts Examined, Titles Perfected nrnl Piobato rrartlio n .Specialty Also Collection. 28-27-28 Donnell Court Bldg. Phone Main 80S. i St. Joseph. Mo. Office phone M-1050 lies. M7-I50J E. C TEEGARDEN BUILDING CONTRACTOR 407 Slain St. Repair and Mill Work a Specialty W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S TIio Only Rctnnntnt on relit Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blxth and Francis Streets Phonos 330 and 331 HA MESSENGER CO. BAGGAGE. LIGHT HAULIKQ MESSENGERS TELEPHONE .MAIN NINE NINE Take tho Rloc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 January 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY..JANUARY 26, 1918 NEWS FROM 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 5j rinjrflt lil han a municipal wood pile nnd Is soiling wood to the poor ut Jt. a i nrd, Just what It cost. A Hh hmond man who heat his wife es aped with onlv ft 10 fine. Evi ilonth Uichnioiid In't the place It ued tr If P ii tie Brookflcld's oldest Inhab Hint who recently predicted ft very m Id winter has become the coldest In hnii iTit lecentlv. Tho two women who w.cre recently dctniie 1 to carry mall matter In St I,o us have been relieved becnuse the work was too heavy for them. At hlson count ranked fourth among the Mlvourl counties in the produrtion of corn The total Jleld fcr 1917 was S,D4:,320 bushels. Joplin policemen, the News Herald Infor-ns u., draw JSE a month, with n- thing to ilo but stand as ever leady targets for the men thoy permit to tote pistols The sale o...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 February 1918

The St. Joseph Observe VOLUME XI. VELT LEADS THE ATTACK ON THE ENEMY And to Do So Successfully He Found It Necessary to Keep a Record of Events A Copy of This Rare Juicy Document Has Found Its Way to In nil great undertakings of great men It has been found necessary by them to enlist the aid of a diary through the gpedlum of which all do ings nnd sayings of the aforesaid g. m. may be preserved nnd handed down to wondering posterity. No one has as jet been found with the termerlty to nay that the great nnd only Teddy Roosevelt Is not an earnest and open-and-nbnve-boaid believer. In advertis ing and Is not averse to occupying the front page and will not play for that matter If ho does not get It therefore Is all the mre patent that he should keep a diary and embellish Its pages with the records of his handi work. Of course Teddy keeps one and somehow or other the newspaper sharks nt Washington got hold of It on that eventful day that be spent last week In Washington nnd this Is what t...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918 orduu or public vtion' lit the Buchanan County Circuit Court to the Januaty Term, A. D, 191? "Lt if Missouri. County of lit' c h iMt. . CtUdya Q M..nie Plaintiff vs. Kuttene Wnrt"n, and Anna War ren Defendants Now at this day came the plHlnllff In her Attornos, anil It npponrln. to th wdsfa. t!on of tho Circuit Couit that raid defen Isnts, Eugene Wat ten and Anna Warren, arc non-residents of the Watc of MUwnurl, and do not reft lo therein, It la orJereJ tint said i on-resident de'endants he notlfleil liv publication, ns tt"iulred In- Inn, that said plaintiff lm commenced lirr suit In thin rmri nr"lrl mid defendant liv pcttPun an I attachment, tho ob lect an 1 gene'el nature o," which Is to enforce pnv ment of ireemnt nnil contract, signed In Jefcndntils, eUteel In Pucliatinn Co- rtv Miseourl. on August 2 Ird, 1317, ti the terms of which it In trollcl that defendants pay to pi ilntlf, t llrtj davs after elate, the sum d $rnino with ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 February 1918

Ki THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918 & When Others Fail CONSULT Dra S. D. Francis 710"i IVllx St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In tho treatment of Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin nml (Jenlto-t'rlnury Diseases of men nnd women. Honest tieatment. Yon pay foi results only. No fnlsn hopes or promises, hut permanent, hiMInK cures. Fiee consultation. All deal ings confidential. Hours: 0 II. ill. to H p. ill. Sundays: 10 to I. invest ron noon health ELP4S HOTEL fiTIMCTI.Y FIRST CLASH Headquarters for All Stockmen ltntcs flue nnd I'p Good Meals Hcar.nnuh'e Rates 100-tll North Tlilrd Street Underwood ft -,'mmermaii. Props. Welding and Cutting BROKEN CASTINGS, auto nnd pump cylinders, crank casen, (tears. stov parts welded bv St. ,Tocp1i Wcldlnp Co.. BI1 Ollvo Street. Cutting up of old boilers our specialty. PIIONE MAIN 3180.T or MAIN 088 CALL 2255 For Taxicabs rind Baggage Service BROWN TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. f,THE Hesse Building Material Co. Agents for Sunflower Portland Ce...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 February 1918

THE ST. JOSEFH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918 THE QT IfWCDU nlKPflVi-R 1,,M- ," ITTAKIM AM, SUMMER'" W.y of inir.olvcs. c shall do bettcrlwork la siuh thrt It wjnl.l hardly bo lilt uti uUoLT 11 UuutlllLU Tn.,, w , ,m, yoica 0t tlriiit, tin? If wo "irrcifter heed less thn punle'seemly for him to renin his position V It N U V U 1 VII O IUI tor n ml Publisher. sit Hl'MoND STREET. rni.KPiinxK main Business or Editorial. Amri ...in .Soldier. Mink y.ui. Kaiser Wllholm wo s-.'ull hue another Grant for you! crle.s of i-larmlft.i nt home nnd of en- as chairman of tho national commlt- i ilul nervous friends abroad. G9G1 Tin: pkoim.i: pid roit it While all of the people of thin Mic tion of Missouri have been wondering tee. It Is beginning to be almost Impos. slide to believe or jmt any faith In tho iitteran.es of most of the newspapers. Add rem All Communications to tub ousritvurt $11 Dlniond St. fit. Joseph. MO. between the eyes tint hit the Herman TKlt.MS OP SlilSCRIITION ijn !.io when...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918 AL MATTE OEi Paragraph 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 Tho cold snap made hard sledding for Fuel Commissioner Lysaght nnd his associates. As nn Instunre on Thursdij ho wa.i promised eighteen cars of coal and onl received three, caused by engines freezing on side tracks while waiting for other tralni to pass. ' The fire department was asked Wednesday to bo In readiness to send help to Maryville uhere a disastrous fire destroyed n half block of business houses with a los.i pusMng the $160,000 mark. - J. C. Whltscll, M. D., eje. car, noso and throat. Commcr.'lal Bldg. Adv. According to Weather Observer Belden, January was an unusually cold month, nine dajs of that time being below zero, the coldest dajs be ing tho 11th and tilth when ID below was reached and the highest temper ature belns 52 on tho 21th. Snow fell to ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 February 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918 1 s' oiim.il or Ir tl r r jt C 1 r i scO-iri c l 1 IH HLU VI ION Tojrt ho ni nes 11 ntlff vs. M ir ii Dltken, Mary 11. OKI en I Vlrrtn c U DIrken, Hell DIrken I' ii lWrken, the unknown hili n devlsies, donees, alienees t 1 nediatr mene 01 rnoU vol t ii i r Itiv nlutitur.i grantees f i li mm nil if the follow in dcteastil pel ii nunelv lolin Thurnian o cm ol Jin His lain ilcieised, .! hn l'lmth m, ileieisel, M irv II Die ' en tH is I Ml a n Dickon, deii iol Jf- li 11 Ili ken ileoeaed, Jesle H Al n Ipceme I l.tdti II Willi i ins i.-f o, Mnrtln Spencer deiea nl In m D. Pirken deceased. W'llllim Th to in licensed . 'Metulnnts "Uniilt or I'l'HMt'ATloN Hi. Mate of Missouri, To all or the i' e ti itneiJ dc'endmits aitEKTINC. i ire lieieliv notified thut the e i imed plaintiff linn lhi ila f pi w Hi the nndeisiiwcd clerk of' 'i i n lit Court of Uuchan-in I'mm t M ouil, his petition, dul veri f" 1 t affidavit wherein said plaln t ' iillpaen...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 February 1918

rya?si'Bfrj'W.JA,?1i'T m HI 1ITT. in Spralt-GcwgillbslracICo, SuccebEorn to tho joshph c, ai:i)HNHRita ti Vents of Compiled Information AIIST11ACT Of TITLI BOOKS Abstracts of Titlo to nil Ileal Estate In Ft. Joseph and Huclianan County. Spra t-Cowgi I Abstract Co. 213 North bcvcr.tli Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STOIIAGK PACKING HAl'LUfO Store Fixtures. Safes, Desks 311 : Ti'l.r.PnoNi : Tlilnl nml Charles. 5B3 W. N. LINN ATTOHNKY AT LAW Abstracts Kxnmlniil. Titles Perfected nuil 1'roliato l-rnrllre a Specialty Also Collection. J6-27-3IS Donnell Court Hlrtg. Phone Main SOS. St. Joseph. Mo. Office phone MtOT.O lies. M7150J E. C. TEEGARDEN IU'II.DING CONTKCTOU 107 Main S(. Hcp.ilr anil 31111 Work it Specialty W HEN YOU EAT Ga To SPELLMAN'S Tho Only Itcnurniu on Pellx Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASION'S Stuppy Floral Co. Elxlh nnd Francis Streets Phones 3S0 and 331 TY ainssiiNGKit co. BAGOACIJ. LlGHT HAUMNO Mi:ssnNGi:ns tkijKpiioni: main ning :nxi: Take the Elect...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 February 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1918 NEWS FROM'A LL OVER M1SS0U Kansaa City. There are only one or two passenger trains run each day and there lini been no Increase In this ser vice, but from six to ten extra freight trains are now run each day, thu re lieving the congestion on other lines'. Palmra lres-Spcclator. Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor I E. Muncer. residing south ol Clark, hn. a hog In his possession that Is atti acting much attention. This hog neighs 150 pounds, has flvo lees. six feet, two tails and a double set of ilb. The hog Is fle months old and healthy. '-t.'io years ago Sunday the rrviu.n hurch of Weston ni or- A sikeston saw mill Is putting In nu hineit to manufaeturo rye, oats anj tiarle products. "n In Poplar llluffji, Mrs. Chatles II ha in 'ia- given birth to triplets for the t,( , ,K( time within twelve months. T"e A II T. A. of T...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 February 1918

The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSE II, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1918 NUMBER 23. IT BE COM THAND Messrs. Wadsworth, Lodge, Chamberlain, Roose velt and All Their Phonographic Cult To Chirp Like Fledgling Crickets and Not to War Like Raging Lions Ono of the greatest editors of the I present dnj Is -Martin II. Glynn, who at the helm of the Times-Union of Albany, New York, nan made that Democratic organ one of the most po tential and Influential In the United States. Whenever C!lnn speaks he al wajs has an audience for ho nns something and sajs It out loud. The senseless and uncalled-for at tacks upon President Wilson and his administration made by Roosevelt and his select coterie of sattelltes In his and their enleaor to embarrass Pres ident Wilson so that Teddy may again get the bridle reins In his teeth and rldo rough-shod Into the White House, this 'week stirred up Editor Gljnn and ho picked up hli pencil and exposed a few things as only he can do. The Washington correspo...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 February 1918

THE. ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918 3 ORDER Ol' PI'BI.ICATIOV In the Buchanan County Circuit Cirt to the Januar) Teim, A. D., 1 i M te if Mlsourl, County o! Bu cli rati, . t.l.ids It. Mome Pliintiff VS. , I'ugene Warren, anl Anna War ren Defendants N'nw a this ilav came the plaintiff ! her Attorne is, ami It appearing to the sHlsfa. tmn of the Circuit Court thit said defendants, Rugcne Warren Hid nnn Warren, are non-residents i I lie State of Missouri, ami do not i l le therein It I ordered thit sild nm resident defendants be notified by I I i 11 ntlon an re i rrcil bv law, that "i I plaintiff has commenced hir suit i this Court avuln t said defcndans v petition an I attachment, the ob- t mil generil nituro of which Is to c .'..rce tw inent of agreement anil miiict, signed h defendants, duted I i I'm ban ui County, Missouri, on lAUKt 2"rd, t"l T, hv the terms of wb h it is prn idrd that defend lilts li to plilntlf thirty dia after date, i um of '0rt 00 with Interest...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 February 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 9, 1918 , t mui nwinmMJMwjwnj.iiiwni I ,INO. J. SMITH u.,' 1vL. SL-Kl On ttrtmn tvptln II,., l... him lav mo-ieh tie to pay the cioccry blllt every month l.ook to vonr flock NOW. Eijsi are niRh You can maW jour hem ray big profits by using. EGG MAKER' It will condttlon vour ht-ni. keep tnem healthy, anil make them lay . So poilllvi are we that WOLF'S EGG MAKI.lt will do all neclalm that vc have told our dealer In jour town to lurmth ou enough for our flock on the lollov.lng gua.-antte which It on every packets. 7Vv nit UAmvi isrr .-.. ft x& fit oil trtttJ h iff JMay o.vwcwp.yy Retifnberl Lousy Hern On't I.av WOLFS RAPID LOUSE KILLER will keep your hens free from lice. Lara Can, Sifter Top, 25e For Sale by All Live Dealers ELMS HOTEL BTRICTI.Y FIHST CLASS Headquarters for All Stockmen Kates 30c nnd t'p Good Meals Reasonable Rates 109-11 1 North Third Street Underwood & Ummerman, Props. Welding and Cutting JBROTCEN CASTINGS, auto and...

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