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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 23 February 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918 NEWS FRO M ALL OV - . . - . Tin l it rv i Til 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 llimpf, I'latte county, has an til th iHt.i.-tlc Tied frost organization. The News Herald Says a lot of Jojt tn people seem to have had their mi. shovel tagged all winter. Hlgglnivllle'niari U shaving him si'f -nd putting the mones the bar ber iped to get in thrift stamps , .. , .. ,, . ,-' '. .(materially In governing tho ulr. I.T-t Mondaj T. St. Davis marketed in i.mneus a nnir uozen nens uom nis ; 1 rood which brought by weight T insurant agents had offices In I -Hidings in Maryvlllo which burn- ed recently, and neither carried any ' Immn.m.o The lient Count 1'ost reports a slacker whose hens are laying, butj"lp ""ttlest town in Missouri. It ad . ,.... cii fho tr Wnn... if vocntts tlie chopping out of one he did he would have to pay Inc...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 March 1918

i' II i IBI iHITIi I TTTiTTiTi i Observer VOLUME XI. THE BOOHEB MEASURE TO HELP WIN THE WAR The Utilization of Correct the Direction It Is Endorsed by President Gomper3, the Federc tion of Labor and National Leaders The Booher prison labor bill Introduced In the House by Con gressman diaries F. Booher of this district nnd In tho Senate by Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia bids fnlr to become a most powerful factor In the winning of tho gtoaC war, for It will brine to the help of tho government n ast amount of labor which Is not now utilized, and In place of being a help to the country Is now a detriment. The Booher bill Is en dorsed by the American Federation of Labor and by the leading men and organizations of the country. In the New York World of Jan. 6 appears an extended article from the pen of Adolph Lewlsohn, chairman of the National Committee on Prison"! and Prison Labor which deals exhaus tively on a question which Is now par amount the labor problem and which gives In detail th...

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. — 2 March 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918 OliDl.K OP 1M BMt TIO.N to tin- hii. h.'in.in fountv tircilt c . in t.i the .Mm Term, A I 1H1S j si up of Missouri, Connt of Ru - h i r.in, s(i. Piul IS Roberts Plaintiff vs I Mario nolnrtc Defendant I Nmv at thin day cnie the pliihtlff ' lii Attume.v. nn I It apprirlmc Ini t itisfactlon o' tho Circuit Co irt i 'i l .ild defendant Mnr.e Huberts I" n 1 1. n-tpsident of the state of Mis h i mill does not reside therein. It - oiiIitoiI that satd noti-resldcnt lie f I nit lie notified hy publication an 'i I'.l hj lu. that said plaintiff i ii nmenced his Biilt In this Court i lin.t -ald defendant hy petition and n ill i it the ohtect and general i r. of which i to olitalli dcvrce of iii .ie from the defendant on the vi mis of indignities smh nn to rend. Iih condition Intolerable, In tlt.it the I f n lant iu g'illt of lmmonil con i ind corresponded and kept com- in with divirs men, and ih pos- . , of n violent tamper, tliut unless i 'i- -nd...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918 e K. A. JOHNSON merchant tailor 'A Dno Stock of floods for jour selec tions. Hor.sonnblo Trlrcs. First clars workmanship guaranteed. Repairing ami pressing tifnartment In connec lion, i'liona Mom 813 I'oili Street 'S- 28C8J. St. Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handle; all era. mantles Get his prices SATISFACTION GUARANTEED of natutat gas burn- fJvVrS, etc prices. lli nnil Felix. Tcioi)iionc r.so and city property for sale and ex change. Sec C R. Clark, 619 Etl mond, with II. S. Smith. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Farms, City Property, Merchandise, Stocks for Salo and Exchange. EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES ON FARMS LEIGH REALTY CO. 202 Schneider Bldg. I'hono Main 783 Take tho Electric Line to KANSAS CITY. LIBERTY AND EX CELSIOIl SPRINGS. Shortest route, quickest time, best service. Trains leave Stli nnil Edmond sts. Limited 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Eocal ecry hour on tho half from 5:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.: then 9:30 and 11:15 p. in. RALPH PARLAND I1ARITONE Tea...

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. — 2 March 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER I' II X K v n 1: Y T o nlHnr mill Publisher. SI I HDMOXD STl'.PI'T Il'I I I UONn .. MAIN 535 Business or IMttornl. ti hms or xnifcCuirTio.v v r Year $1.00 A ivpr"liiR Rale on Application. Hg took his time to answer, fltiallv (luteal puzzles. What perplexes thorn l iro All Communication!) to Tin! observer I 'monil St St Joseph. Mo. r-t. r,.1 nt tho l'ostofflce ill St. JrSl i,i, Mlaeourl. as Second Class M i r liter. hid i M) rnvsciiivn: i ! h if been having nn Inveatlga r f ihe prices charvel for bread by i i at Kansas City anil mrae i mis disclosures are the result. i 1 fact brought out from one (-? wliu was placed on the stand 1 1 h- had written to one of his t n customers who retulled i ul i t, asking for information as i it he might sell the bread for v.ii have a perfect right to in prtte that uu wish for i nobody can Interfere with you ii wav tor gelling broad at any ith.r worda this baker mid. "Let onsi'le...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918 memmMMmNmimummmKKwmmmmmmrrmamwMmmwmmemmftmmmmmrmBwmxMmmBmmmmmBma: ,35wAifl1feJWlKiff'& I Open 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. E3R3E2333B3 Open 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. 'SSmuSliMfa Even Dresses Are "Hooverized" Yet Lack Nothing in Charm Because They Aid Our Government in "Conservation" tEmBsammm hrst ok all-keliai ilhy J M J Suits of Simple Lines The conservation of materials lia- brought about an era of strictly original styles, which are very evident in the graceful, slender-lineil suits of Spring. Instead of going to former style periods for inspira tion, designers have developed modes in full accord with the times. The result is most pleasing. Skirts arc unusu ally plain and straight, of shoe lop length. Jackets vary in length; some have ripple backs, others are quite plain; in nearly all the vcitcc and graceful wide collar are featured. Among the featured shades arc tan, beige and blue. Because of their very simplicity we are certain the n...

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. — 2 March 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH' OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, mtf'-y HIGH LOW JACK Ami 1 lirn Ciui If You Want Jloto 11:U! JIcK ami tliu (ininc. You l ! vNtlng In a New England ' ' n l BTti-ed them of being "high ' r - ' an J they gave me throe mod-t- -Minnrm for highbrow anil tow i taken from a Roston paper: Mihlirow. Browning, nnthropolo c h icon, the uplift, Inherent Mn, i 'ii. fourth dimension, Kurlpidee, .vet ner," pate de fole gras, lemon l h i Vut. Henry Cabot tadgc, Wood r v w lUon. " -highbrow: Municipal govern. t-i ' i Kipling, socialism, Shakespeare, i ti. , Thackery, taxation, golf, rt n l opera, bridge, chicken a la M rv l md, "either," sto ka and bonds, gin in key, Theodore Roosevelt, chew in; Rum In private. High-loB-brow: Musical comedy, i.. hie, baseball, moving pictures, nil .11 uteak medium, whlsk.v, Robert " ''Inmbers, purple sooka, chewing ( ii vvith friends. ' M',row: Laura Jean Libby, ham 'vvioh, haven't camp, pitch, I am ' melodrama, hair oil, the duchess, r George M. Cohan, ...

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

THE ST JCSEFJI OBSERVER,- SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1913 1117 Spratt-Gowgill Abstract Co. Buccessors to the josrrn c. iinDUNnnno t7 Tears of Compiled Information ABSTRACT Of TITLE HOOKS Abstracts of Tltlo to nil Heal Estuto In St. Joseph and litichanan County. Spra t-GowgiJ Abstract Go. 213 North Seventh Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS KTonAun iwckino tt m'liso Store rij Cures, Safes, Denies 811 ! TELEPHONES : C53 Third nnd Charles. W. N. LINN ATTORNEY AT LAW Abstrnrts IZxnmlncd, Titles Perfected und Prohato Prartlro n Ppcclnlty Also Collection. 36-27-28 Donnell Court Bide. Phone Main SOS. St. Joseph, Mo. Office phone M4050 lies. M7450J E. C. TEEGARDEN Ill'ILDING CONTR OTOR 107 Slain St. Repair anil 31111 Work u Specialty W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S Tim Only Restaurant on Felix Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blxth and Francis Streets Phonos 330 and 331 HAS T-Y MESSENGER CO. DAaGACK. LIGHT HAULING MESSENGERS TELEPHONE MAIN NINE N1NI2 U7T Hundred...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 March 1918

v-"53 "i;'jt. m. 'If 'I JniW T . I THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918 -V. news fro! all over imperial missourii 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 Tie Carthage Press foiesees that inning tho luxuries e must give up this jear Is spring feor. "Buster's Best," lady hog, was pliked up Rt a Poland China lo nt .Mexico, this state, tho other day for J2.500. W. I. Gren & Pons of Ccntralia Monday paid J 1,4 JO for four vnaro mules, the highest price over paid In Missouri. The wolf. Is not jet at the door of the American home, says the Brook fleld Dally Argus, but the profiteer ing hog Is. A farmer's wife near Ptlnceton In forms tho Telegraph that she sold J45T0 worth of eggs the first ,l..tecn dajs in February. Observing that Kansas City Is hav ing w ashless days, the Carthage Pres remarks that now- life is just one 'less thin,? after another." Large crowds atte...

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

The St. Joseph Observe VOLUME XI. 1HITSELL AND Both Are Candidates for tion for Mayor Three Other Well Known Places on the At one minute of 4 o'clock tho time set for the closing of the entrnnce books, John D. Richardson Gteppcd In to the filing office nnd presented his name as a candidate for major to sec retary of tho enrolling committee, George J. Knmler. It was duly en rolled, and with It being done a prim ary becomes necessary, for It hal been agreed upon In the committee that If but one candidate for mayor filed on tho democratic ticket a primary would not be held. As Dr. Whltsell had previously filed, the primary plan will now be pursued. No other candidates filed for the other offices and therefore there will bo no contest except for the offlco of mayor. Both tho candidates for that Im portant office are anions the best known of St. Joseph's business and professional men nnd either will make this city a mayor of whom nil citizens may well feel proud. Of course the primary wi...

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

TTl THE ST. JOSEPH-OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 AiiMiMvnt vmit's notick Notice is her 'iv given that letters of lnitnitr'itxii ipivi the estate of Allrli Cowan, liin oi.pil, lime been granted to the undersigned, by the Piolmtp Court of It tchaimn Count Missouri, heitrin date of the I9th day of December, 1917. All ptreons bavin? claims ngslust said vstite are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from d it.- of wild letters, or thev may be precluded from nny bene fit nf uih estate, nnd If said claims be not exhibil"il within one vetr from Him dite of the publication of this tlntlci'. tllo.v Will be former barred. RAYMOND T. COWAN, Attp-t A true opy: (Seal) Administrator. Clins. il. Consodlne, Clerk of Probate ahmimsti: vroirs 0nc7 Notice Is hereby given that letters of Vlmlinstiuttnn upon the estate of Mitv J .Stanton, deceased, have been gi iiitrd to the undersigned, bj thu lr..iutp Court of Iliichanati County, Muso irl bpirin date of the 2Sth day i'f ...

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

HBjHI EPSBHI THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 F. A. JOHNSON MITRCHANT TAILOR A rino Block of Goods for jour selcc Hon?. Rcnsonnble Trices, First class workmanship guaranteed. Repairing JiOJL. Pfii om LJlttwlIlK ueDnrimntlt In fnnnnn- tlOn. Phono Main tlMI -313 lC;.'- ttrocl St. J08C)llf Mo, DONEGAN' 'Handles nil kinds of natural gas burn era, mantles, ffxtures, etc. Get his prices, SATISFACTION GtTARANTEnD tli nml Felix. Tclo:ilmnu can and city property for sale and ex change. Sec C. R. Clark, 619 Ed niond, with II. S. Smith. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Farms, City Property, Merchandise, Stocks for Sale anil Exchange. EASTERN MONEY AT LOW KATES ON FARMS LEIGH REALTY CO. 202 Schneider llldg. Phone Main 789 Take the Electric Line to KANSAS CITY, LIBERTY AND EX CELSIOR SPIUNGS. Shortest route, quickest time, be!t service Trains leao 8th and Edmond sts. Limited 10 n. m. and 4 p. m. Local every hour on the half from 5'30 n. m. to 7.30 p. m.: tijen 9:30 nnd U:1G p. m. RALPH PARL...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 March 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER vn n k v n i: y t o Olltnr mid Publisher. 811 EDMOND STHKllT. rCLITIIWC MAIN' COB Business or editorial. ti hms of si'iisnurTio.v Per Year U-" AHcrt'fli.4 Hates on Application. A lUrcss All Communications to Tins onsKiivnit 811 ptmond St. (it. Joseph. Mo. T trrcl at tho Postofflco In St. Joseph. Missouri, ns Second Class Mil' Milter. i.ri.i ins Aitr. insv unitr, I' he .Hlly papers of St. Joseph nn i fir tnt matter the dallv pipers nl er this section one reads each (U siu I., is and specious columns of n 1 rrtislng of oil and other doubtful Ht i s These advertisements are on -e,l in blowing words and nro jih i sedutlvely arratm'ed to cot'h t e ! no public eye and many Is th m .ti who has tried the same a.s t.o r r'h h preceding advertisements of i it stocks and tried It to his ir- iw ei It is said that "a sucker Is born ev-ry minute" and It seems to be a fir i for thev still bite and St Jos eph famishes Its iuot...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 March 1918

5saewwjtfjwftKm,fcgJuL'As'v. 4- i tU "-"- THE ST. wOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 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 day forenoon. It was necessary for Mr. Lawlor to take out papers an his father had failed to complete his. Jamr.i II. Walker, the farmer and stockman of Fairfax, was among his many friends here Monday, and usual recched a hearty welcome. as William P. Sampson, a retired fjrm cr, who owned one thousand acres ot land just oat of the city, died Sunday. The circuit court was, In session this week an a hoard of equalization. The first week In this month show ed many transfers of real estnto in this county, and much money as a reault changing hands. W. W. Orlgsby, the "apple king" of Nodaway county, was here this weok, a Juror In the federal court. He has one of the flne?t orchards in the West. tecnth stree...

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. — 9 March 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 "T f ' Th f 11 t t f . 1 tl K 1 c 1, f- hi v r l s f II t ( I 1 ' fe. K f-i tn order or pi 111,10 vtion In tT i r it Cu.rt cf l'j hm-in .1 Mo-n. i t H .! nti . . . . n in ft M,ir V.. Dlcken, Mary B. Dlcken VlcPfji. e 1. Dlcken, Bell Dlcken, 1 'in o Dlcken. the unknown heir -i rts delees, donees, alienees, ' ) i nimillatp, mesne r i emote, ol "Mr ii inxoluntury grantee nf each i t I all ii f the ft'llottiiiR ii eased per . i iui neh John Thuiitian, deeens i ' J tin Hlftluim, deceased, John 1 in him, deccusiJ. Murv 13. Dlcken tU 'ill Susan A. Dlcken, deceased, J' li II Ilk ken deceased, Jessie H. it eased, l, dla E Williams, u p I . MalUn tfpencer, deceas- i L. UleKen. tl.eceuwil William n devp&sed Defendants r n "liti;u OK PUBLICATION Thr vtato of Missouri, To all or the f n i me J defendants. OBEET1NQ x i n herel notified tint th '.iMinvd plaintiff 1ms thi dny ; "itli the undersigned clerk of 1 ir ilt Court of Uuthuimti t'oun-V-ui...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 March 1918

r WWUMUWWyfaaiy, IjiJ WWI WW 1 1 Ji IIIJWI ) Jl Ml J W lltgjii W II H.H j.j j, J,,, m i j --, i --a-a-a-a-----eXx'M WW' iifiini-M.WiWtlki-Mi Jl -""""H-1' WW .- a THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1318 I order op publication In tho Buchanan County Clrrult Court to the January Term, A. D.. 1918. Slate of Missouri, County of nu cha nan, S. L. Everett Clirlstle Plaintiff vs. Beatrice Christie Defendant Now nt Hill Jay came the plaintiff by hli Attorney?, and It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Circuit Court that said defendnnt, Beatrice Christie, Is a non-resident of the .State of Mis souri, and does not reside therein, It Is ordered that said non-resident de fendant bo notified by publication, as required by Ian-, that said plaintiff has commenced hU milt In this Caurt against said defendant by petition and affidavit, tho object and general na ture of which H to obtain a decree of divorce from tho defendant on tine grounds of desertion and abandon ment, without a icasonab...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 March 1918

-r-pwJfJKV' F THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 IE ws from ALL OVER MPERI Interesting Happening3 Which Have Taken Placo hi ihe Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Kop the incubator fire burning' n i thcr war tlogan In rural Mis- Thi nv the UlKRlnsvillo Jeffer unnn in the time of )oar when our nun. sopb to Bead. it ! doubtful If een the meetings of th. n-sharp Club of Independence uii.i leirin on time. Tiic nsto-nsed valuation of Worth i iii it J16,S0;,S5 or an Increase of ill 205 665 from the previous as tussme nt. The si iter News wants to publish the njinra of all Saline county farm ers v. h vv 111 plant only teetoel seed c rr n Its war roll of honor. !a IpIc In which General Pershing w s i rrn hnB begun planning a pn tn tb tetlval Julv i which It hopes ti ma o of statewide importance. J C Llvesay, the Katy conductor who was blown from his train by tho rre ind recently, near StouUvllle. die I H.t neck and w...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 16 March 1918

The St. Joseph Observe l VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1918 NvMBER 23. I h " WHBTSELL WILL LEAD THE HOSTS TO VICTORY Was Chosen As the Democratic Standard Bearer at the Primary Held Tuesday A Ticket Selected Which Will Put This City Into Democratic Column Next Month The next mayor of fit .Joseph, Mis souri, will bo a democrat and his namo Is John C. WhltBcll. The next treasurer of St. Joseph, Missouri, will be a democrat and hla name In George J. Kamlcr. The next auditor of St. Joseph will bo a democrat and his name Is George Washington Kaiser. The next police judge of St. Joseph -ami the present one will also be a. democrat und his name Is James T. Alice. Of course many people will disagree with tho abovo statements as they have a perfect right to do but If they do not now agree they will after the ballots are counted in Aipill--when tho truth of these not-at-all-broad asser tions are demonstrated. The only way to iprove thorn incorrect Is to find more votes for t...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 16 March 1918

THE 57. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAHCF IS, 1918 ,nuviTUTonN Nonoi: i hdi:k oi irm,iiYTio Notice is liereb Ki'eti thut 1-ettern In the liulinin Count) Circuit of Administration iion tlu citim of I Court tn the Mn Term, A 1). 191S Alildu Cwant il,cen(Hl, lmvu lieen State of Missolitl, Cotint of Itu Knntcl to the- tinik'rslnnpcl, by tho i chiuiiui, hs. Trobite Court nf 1 dim in ('mint1 , I'uttl 1". ltulirrts PHItillff Mlssoml bearlni duto of tlio ISth ila vs of December, 1917 ' M,irlp ii,rts . .' . . Defendant All i.eraon-i li-Mmi rljlnn Wtiurt Nutt . thl, day 0:unB the I)Ilimlff Mid i.lHte are required to c-xlilult tly Ma Allornex. tml It mM.earlii" to thr-m to me for ullmviince. within six th at!r,.Mi ? ti. i-i.i. ,u i-..,,-! ........I... ..... A.. .. ul.l I......... ... V " v .i i , ". " that s-iiil ilfpndntit Mrtrle Unberti H 'I!, lntr,..C . '.? .p,":,.t,..n."f...,.hla fondant be notified l.v imbllritl.m r"iuT, iii'- win ir iiirt"i u n i tru. HAYMiiVD T. COWAN, ttet A tr te o-iv ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 16 March 1918

the st? Joseph observer, Saturday, march ie, wis e '1 u f I I' I V F. A. JOHNSON . MfindlfANT tailor A rlno Stock of Good for jour setcc tlonn. Rcasonnblo Prices. First clars r'orlimanslilp guaranteed. Repairing nit prtesInB departmont In connec tion. Phono Main 280SJ. 613 Felix Street St. Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handles nil kinds of natural gas burn ers, mantles, flxturos, etc. Get his prices. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 4lh nnd Felix. Telephone 080 FARMS and city property for sale and ex change Sec C. R. Clark, 619 Ed mond, with II S. Smith. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Farms, City Property, Merchandise, Etockd for Falo and Exchange. EASTERN JIONRV AT LOW RATES ON FARMS LEIGH REALTY CO. 202 Schneider Bldg. Phono Main 789 Take tho Electric Line to KANSAS CITV. LIBERTY AND EX CELSIOR SPRINGS. Ehoitest route, quickest time, best service. Tialns leave 8th nnd Edmond stfl. Limited 10 a. m, nnd 4 pm. Lornl every hour on tho half from 530 n. m. to 7:30 p. m.: then 9:30 nnd 11:15 p m. RALPH PARLAND II R...

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