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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 30 March 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OESERVER, SATURDA", MARCH 30, 1918 8 NEWS FROM ALL OVER struck Dr lllnghnm nil the head villi n woo Jon hut stretcher unit Is now charged with felonious assault. The case Is set for trial Monday. 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 C nt fr. n Man h i it E. Leo ls farming in Saline Ingston counlv, died nt Ills home on the nth Inst He was 92 enrs old . . . and came to that eounty In the eutly men will be called to set vice (lajl ,1(,forc tnerc ns nn chllllcothe .Nodaway county on Trlday. jor 0nlIntIn . This Is n gieat big world ami It Is A.Kidins to the Oregon Sentinel i jmrJ to my uj10 ls tne mpunet..mun there ..re four million dollars on do- ln I)llt unel we TeCa our thrilling rov , n Holt county. 'bohood davs we feel like giving mr Uoto to the Nodaway County water- The Jameson dem thlnka tho fact i hat the more people hae the more. thc want explains tho ha...

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. — 6 April 1918

- iifr 'iiftpi i inm,,. If 1A10 VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 NUMBER 31. St THE l 1 1& WASO OH LORY ENOUGH FOB E BIG ST For the Voters Turned Out and Helped to Put This City Under Democratic Rule And They Did So By Electing All But One of the Candidates on the Ticket In Its Issue a week ago today this paper announced that "It was all oves but the shouting." It was. Tho shouting began about 3:30 Tuesday afternoon, when It was known beyond a doubt that the lead that Dr. Whltsell had over Marshall could not be overcome. Then It began. And It Is not over yet And It will not be for a week or two yet to come. And why should It? It Is four long and weary years that the Democratic bojs have been shut cut of the city's council house and thcrofore why should they not shout? They have the right to shout for did they not achieve a notable victory? Is not St. Joseph normally very much republican? And did the Democratic boys not have all odds against them? Did not the Re...

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. — 6 April 1918

-"- r v -T(F"5T" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 oitmnt or PinucvrioN In the I'licli.miin County Circuit Court, January Term, litis. State of MtHsouri, County of llu . h ui'in, s. J. 1'. Kuts Plaintiff vs. Wl.'inan Investment Company, Pi.liiTt T. Moilrell, Arcny Modioli, nllns Tleche Arent Moilrell, nnd .In mi i .Moilrell Defendant ..iv at this day mine the plulntlffj l hl attorney., and It appearing? to the Mtlifnutiun of the court thut Mid! .ted n.lmit, .lame Moilrell. 1 a lion' ic-ii lent of the State of Mlm-nuti, Hiidl !.. i,it reside therein, It Is ordered tli it kiiiI non resident, defendant, he i .ilfl.il liy imhllratlun nsi leiiulred bv livv ihat the said plaintiff haH com-, menied his milt In thl court acalust the s,iii defendant and others, hv pe tit ion. the object and Keneral nature nf which is to iibtiiln a judgment ctl f" 1'itf and foreclosing the Hem of (he Inurteen separate tax hills dated l nry 11, 1918, I-wued to plaintiff 1m pivment for the uraill...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 6 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 i rurJrJrJrJrirJrrI7S SHOE REPAIR. ING AND SHIN ING PAltLORS )ou can havt new ahoei or Die cm re (umlly by bringing the 0IJ onei litre. e mtlce llim m pood a, new, .1U1 ,,v. Mh price, lor l.rand ?,ionc"e ft'".? tfttl te.rl'fS tV'TS"h0V ' ..me d.V received ' ''" "" ,e,ur"tJ n SAM GALLU 1 South 8(1, Street, Phone It. in IMI St. Jo.eph, Mo. yJrjpJrJrjpiJfJrSpi K. A. JOHNSON MURCIIAXT TAILOR A Flno Stock of Goods for your selec tion, naasouablo rrlrcs. rirt-t class workmanship guaranteed. Repairing and pressing department In connec tion. Phono Mnln 285SJ. 813 I'olix Street St. Joscpli, Mo. DONEGAN Handles all kinds of natural gnu burn en, mantles, fixtures, etc. Get h!n prices. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 4t!i nnd Felix. Tcleiiliono 030 nnd city property for sale and ex change. See C. R. Clark, 619 Ed niond, with II. S. Smith. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Fnrms, City Property, Merchandise, Stocks for Sale and Exchange EASTERN MONDY AT LOW RATES ON F...

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. — 6 April 1918

ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 a TUC vT IflQCpU uRCRVFR y I lit Oil UUutrn UDuklMLri 0f i n n k r ni:v'Tfl Udllor mill Publisher. Sll I2DMOND STREET rCLKPHONR MAIN Huslness or Kdltorlal. ti kms or srnscmiTioN Per Yeir M.OO Advert sins Rates on Application. Address Alt Communications to THIS onSKUVKH J11 Kdmond St. S't. Joseph. Mo, V.t I'rsil at tlio Joseph. Missouri, Mill Matter. Postofflco ln St. as Second Class in vmm: ov on: i: Tivfi: hiU we nlopt or should have on Sunliv at 2 m. m. It happened. The w ' u. rks were Jolted forward an 1' i th re was a total eclipse of six rrln fes invisible in tlio l mien and now we are running tin i M on the new time. The clock Is wi mittlng perjury suborned bv us. , Vn.i n.. we are Improving Ule '" " moments as they fly. We are iib .1 iv light If wo are toting fir 1, n . matter. The arrangement docs t. ...nrn Itself with the moments th ,. I., not shine. This Is exclusively n .. i.ht affair, though It content- s . -reusing tha number...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 6 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1918 LOCAL MATTERS OF Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happeningc of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local . Notice Can Be Found in These Columna Douglas Mnlloch was the speaker at tho Commerce Club luncheon Wednesday. It cost Minnie Ardoll, a ncgreis, HO Meleihnffcr Undertaking Co pre In police court Monday for "bootleg- s"nts enaracter, service and consider glng" beer tho day prevlotn. 'ntlon. Nlnt'i and Felix. I'hono M. ,1 J. C. Whttsell, M. D.. eye, eir, nose and throit. Commercial Btdg. Adv. Harold McKlnney. a fourteen-lear- ia oy. was iounu un,i.) nnni u - , Ing nea- the Burlington tracks north of tho rnncls street depot with a bill. let wound In his left side. He was taken to the Noves Hospital, where he died the next morning without re- gaining conclousness. How wounded Is jet a mystery. Under a ruling received at the Pt. Joseph postofflce this week, and whlih U Intended to relieve the malls,...

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. — 6 April 1918

! THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 HI MI AN'NTAL STATPMTWr OP THE Uttwmm BiMldi ng ana Loan kmdmm Of St Joseph, Missouri, At the Close of Business, Febiuary 2S, 1918. iinsoritrKs rah on Hand 11.0G0.S4 Luans on Real Estate 180.8JB.C7 Loans on Stock 2,119.00 Ileal Estate 3,468.66 LIABILITIES Installment Flock I ull Paid Stock.. Pne borrowers... Pm plus Contingent Fund. . 69,417.25 . 128,203.00 4,101. 4S f.,6S9.45 4S. 911 Total f 1ST.460.17 $197,400.17 State of Missouri, County of Buchanan, m: I John S. Andrews. Sccielary, niul John Towncend, President, each on our oath, state that the above and foregoing statement Is truo to the beet of our knowledge nnd belief, as shown bj the booka and ncinuntfc of said Association. . JOHN TOWNSEND. Tresldpnt. JOHN H ANDREWS, Pccrctury. Fubst rlbctl and sworn to liefmu me this 2Gth dn of Mnieh, 191S. Stan Joseph v. fennell Nuturj Public, II lonmiNvl" n epliis No 29, 1919. ftnrrf''r-,m';;rJ" " ' ' '"'g Post Office Fixtures Are Made in...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 6 April 1918

Illl IIPIWI l 1 ypiupij.1 jjqpj.t i'y ' a "'' rwt- " '")' "" -r-jxr- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 order or publication In the Circuit Court of Buchanan Count). Missouri. Clco I). Jonea Plaintiff s. Mary i: Dickon, Mnry II. Dlcken. rioronro I Dickon, Hell Dlcken, riorent o Dlcken, the unknown helrn, constats, devisee, donees, alienees, iiml Immediate, mesne r remote, vol uuturv or Involuntary ginntces of each mid ull of the following do cased per uana namely. John Thurmun, deccas oil, John Hicham, deceased, John Bingham, deceased, Marv E. Dickon, decense 1, Suhnn A. Dickon, deceased, Joseph II. Dickon, decuibed, Jessie It. Allen, deceased, Lvdln i: Williams, dot cased, O Mnrlln Spencer, deccas call John D. Dickon, deceased, William Thurman, doeiscd Defendants ORDER or PUBLICATION The State of Mls-ourl, To all of the above name 0 dofondnnts. GREETING Yoi. me hereby notified tint the nbove named plaintiff has this da filed with tho undersigned clerk of the OicJlt Co...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 6 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Havs Taken Placo In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Th -. uithvvest Mtssi url idea Is to t uhx i.trman kultur with tomato cul ture rv n t watte soap, urges the Mex 1 i,rUcr, but for goodlier' sake do i) ( ire It' rr u K aliens of Howard county soi 4 i bushels of corn to a Sednlla Ril h ip for 12 000. As i desperate adventure to get rid or (i u lions, the court house yard nt - 'ilia hOH been, plowed up. The Huns have taken Ham, con redes the nar expert of the Windsor Ice ow but will never get the Allies' I . n riw ,rd Felgato of the Higglnsvllle JiTpri. nlan spent hU bojhood In Chin i 1 1 mlns direct from Shanghai t( Mivgi url. - m. l ody nlwa Is attempting the in i wile Down In Wost Plains the pre. heis have enlisted to make 1 mm te nar talks. A men hunts' institute, planned to do fc r mi rchnnts what f...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 April 1918

The St. Josepi Observer VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURD.W . PRIL 13, 1918 KUMBER 32. TH TAR IS CENSORED BY THE KAISER And In It Appears What Hao Been Carefully Written for the German Enemy But It Is Printed in Kansas City and Sent Out Broadcast for Americans The Crimes of Our Vrosldeiit! Georg Uarthclmo In the KoinlMche Zeltung:- "Wilson Is an utter Englishman. All he knows Is England, He believes In the God given minion of English cul ture. He regards America merely as nn outpost of the British Isles. Today he weeips over the years 1776 and 1S12, and deplores the error of the colonists. Like Andrew Carnegie, he hopes to live to see the day when the huh will shine over the re-Unltei Htates on both sides of the Atlantic. He knows nothing about the trat of the world, notwithstanding the fiict that In his young years he produced a thick volume entitled "The St'cte,' which he plagiarized from Mnrquard Ben's handbook, 'The Public Law of Our Times.' He Is an American only In so far its...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1918 oum:u or pihlicviion In tin- ltuchiiiiuu count Circuit Court, January Term. 191 s. State of Missouri, County of ltu i luiinn, m. J. F. Huts Plaintiff . Wldman lutestment Company. 11 .liert T. Modrell, Areny Modioli, ili u Tlsche Arent .Modrell. Hint Juntos Modrell Defendants Now at lid duy nmo tlu plaintiff in tils attorney and It appearing to ttn satisfaction of the court that said defendant, James Modrell la a mm tcs-nlent of the State of Missouri, ami i..m not reside therein. It is ordered th.it said non resilient, defendant. 1 i, tilled by publication at required by l.i that the said plaintiff has mm-i- .need Ills milt In this court agalnt i' e sold defendant and other, by pe t inn tin- object, and general tmtitre i t hlch Is to obtain a Judgment eti t' In and fi.rc losing the li n ot the fourteen feparate tux bills diite 1 l.'t'iir.t II. bid. issued to plaintiff i' patment for the (.railing of Neb 'ii Atentio and sued on herein....

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 131918 pjpzJpzJpizJTEaraprHprrJr SHOE REPAIR. ING AND SHIN-' ING PARLORS I You can hate new thoei for the entire family tj i bringing the old one) here We make them good as new, thuj in. r - "" new, 1I1U9 av th price, for I rand ncvVone' fe'Tv"? shoes (or the entire family Shoes sent us L ","' V.0'',".1' " f .nd'ret'u'rnca tt' ame day rtr-Ivf,. 1M e , SAM GALLU 120 South 8th Street M,one Main 1M1 St Joseph, Mo rupijpursxirSJfssJpjpiJr F. A. JOHNSON merchant tailor A ritio ctook of Oomls fur a our rclee Ions, IlcTonnMp Prlees Tlrst dors workmanship guannteed Repairing and pressing department In connec tion Phone Main 28CSJ. SIS l'cllx Sticct f.(. Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handles nil kinds of natural gas burn era, mantle, fixture, etc. Get his prices. B VTISF ACTION GUARANTEED 4th nnd Felix. Telephone (ISC FARMS and city property for sale anil ex change Sec C. R Clark, 619 Ed mond, with II. S. Smith. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Tarnis, City Property, Merc...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1918 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r k x ii v n i:vt o lalllor mill l'ubll-licr. Sit I1DMOND STRKV1T. raiUMIONR MAIN Business nr Kdltorlal. C95 TFltSIb Of SIT.sClUPTION' ivr Yeir 1'00 A-iveitising Rates oti Application. .ir.i tlmisinjj of spies at work In the Herrer vote Is the ineustiro of social I oltr 1 stitcs, niul while It Is c fn- istlc a nil pro-German sedition In Wis ot.es il m tn report nny suspicious iconsln, Just us was the lllll(ult vote P ron "r tetiinru to the proper an-I In thn late mnyorHlty campaign In thoriiles Id order th.it this evil inavlNew York City. It measures too he iih.itol. It is also tin Christian ilutv large, by far. ami proves there l.s still niul patriotic iluty anil human iliity of a great patriotic task of eilucatlon every American to be very mire of his land of law-enforcement to bo uc- efoonil before lie voices such tnfor- jcumpllshed In these Ifnlted States, m.itlon. Address All Communications to tiiu onuBii...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE STi.JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 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 The frost of Momla night did no damage In this Ecctlon, the farmers nay. Ml-s tauna Whenton of lllchland Center, Wis., "was Instantly kllle 1 at Savannah at noon Monday when she ww struck by a Great Western train. Lieut. I. H. Allowel. who fought tin-der Joffre nt the battle of the Marne. was In Ht. Joseph Mondiy. Kour Thrift Stamps nre offered thf children b) the College Club w ir to eradicate dandelions. in tho J. C. Whltscll, M. D eye, oar, noso and throat Commercial Dldg. Adv. It wis learned this week that Will lam Orvtllo Rkhardson. the "hoe thief who was serving n Jail sentence, had escaped several weeks ago. He had been made a "trusty" and ho Improved the "trust." Col. John D. McXeely has again re named command of the 139th Infantry 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. — 13 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1918 T Jf1 JMrMmMMjMIJ','WII I ILIL IM,UM-.JIH)CJJW gr r mi . ii i pl! I JNO, ) SMITH o. Hv eR-'c,R' m ! i On wrcriAn wrtt (hat her fif In cnn ih cji lo rav the fir entry bi Is cxerv month t o to o ir flofk SOW PdUl arfl hlch nu tin make uur hens pay big noLftlt uiinc c ii win conaii on jour nens kp f Ihfrr ha1th and make them lay Po rti c are wo that WOT T ? F TC.i, M kKR Kill Jo all WDclaim that I He hae (uU our dealer In our town K t (lt sh ou end h for rmr flock on F flirt Al Sal inil iMiinhlua ttl,-l la na lb IVIIVI1I1 H us'"l "!, vu evtr pdikdt. easafflass.M53 HiSwi.. FJ87l rswi r,ir ' ,.!,'' y r .,, -..OL, pr.?sifl ltd S , g r R?nrfnber t mtv ??t"i Can't I -v I - t?. nnm lAiiel V, ,Pn k ytw r o unriw buujc mll"ji :j 3 vv ic 7 tvui i t Hi.'; n 1 ve. 11 U Lars Cxi, Slft.r Top. 25c j( l-orSa!cbv tj 11 Live Dealers 1 TIME TO PAINT i i 1:1 v Hi iibc i -iints $ ;r, a it i 1'irn i' ilnl $' 10 per gal- g U.r V I llll ! till $1 i'u pel Ki'H...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1918 oitnmt or publication In tlio Circuit Court of Huchanan County. Sli&sourl. , Clevo D. Junes' Plaintiff vs. Mary 13. Dlcken, Mary 11. Dickon. Florence 1.. Dlcken, Hell Dickon, l'loreii e Dlckcn, the unknown heirs, consorts, deviscos, donees, alienees, Hml immediate, niesno ir remote, vol untary or Involuntiry grantees of each" nntl all uf tlio following do cased per sona, namely. John Thurman, deceas ed, John Ulghum, deceased, John Dlnsh.un, deceased, Mary 13. Dlcken, deceased, Susun A. Dickon, decei'i'd, Joseph II. Dlckep deceased, Jessie It. Allen, deceased, I.) ilia K. Williams, deceased, O. Mnrtln Spencer, deceas ed, John D. Dlcken, deceased, William Thurman, do cased.. .. Defendants OUDL3R Or PUBLICATION The Ktntc of Mis. ourl, To all of the above named do'endnnts. OlinhJTlNQ You nre heron) notified that the nbove named plaintiff has this day filed with the tindersUncd cleik of the Circuit Court of Ri-chunin Coun ty, Missouri...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 April 1918

rn THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1918 news'from all'over how the nM stork lift it lub 1 1 othi r ditto tif tho feitcrul court nnd lit her lmue 'lit night before, i.n ur chin In the lntciosted elr lc lilurtel out, "Aw, th it nothtn. It ionn to our place 1 i"t tiWht nn' left our ole sow ten ltltle pigs." nterefeting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In Ihe Greatest Slate in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor t nt n countx his fifteen Red Cross procment ease nrllng In nock Port h i,it rs. Aru nn the books for soldiers con tra toil in Joplln was a 101C city ill re t r. A e. doglral surcy Indicates that tl' re t , II In Mercer eountv, accord Uie t. M 13. Wilson, state geologist. The city hail let n contract for $53, 690 worth of street Improvements ami tho suit wuh to Flop tho work on the ground thnt the contract ni Il legal Judge Klllson was emploied ly tho cltv mid won the ease. Atchi son County Mall. I Carroll count cltbcns, of...

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. — 20 April 1918

VOLUME XI. ST. JObhl'H, MO., SATURDAY, APRIL 20. 1918 NUMBER 33. ST. JOSEPH !S AOAi i DEMOCRATIC CONTROL Mayor Whitsell Takes the People a Business In His Inaugural He Promises That What I3 Needed Shall Be Given Them 6t. Joseph ten minutes nfter it pas sed into the hands of u Democratic major and a democratic- administra tion found tho difference for it had direct proof. Monday nt 10 minutes past 12 o'clock and Just after Judgo I..awrencc A. Vorlts had administered the oath to Dr Whitsell and Just as tho latter Vegan his inaugural address, the heaven"! opened nnd the first rain which has fallen since last December nnd which nni sadlj needed all over this territory, fell and It fell in earnest for it did not cease until after tho dry earth had rcceled a generous soaking and tho crops of this section needed this jear above all other j ears, were nxsured. And we have alwajs been told with all solemnity and assurance that "the Brand old Itepubllcan party made the eun to shine and the ra...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 April 1918

THE 5T. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1918 Fllll wrainpno Wil.1 ctkwk mijnwvr ' viirrti ST. JOSEPi! is: again in DEMOCRATIC CONTROL (Continue, (nun Page I ) TO LIST STAY-AT-HOME TIEKOES OX TRAVELING ROLL OF HONOR Aytomobjles M Accessories K ZL i B LIQUID POULTRY TONIC pecpP;.vL PS as ,2S TQMCJMmm fMASMIIi 1 WHEN YOU USE nr .in M I S L1GI Poultry Tonic I In ih rlnnlcifia water. It I a e.rml. b. i.la mj .ntie.olle at w II eft a tome. t It dastroM tha ilan;:erm di.-aia rj LKrmt koothrt and tieaLh.nllftm'il m.mbranas. Try itonour tfuaranlaa. ; 7y2e :A "MAD' fa.'. ntzed to n Tkl Wsif CK-m.: RKK .ttlAtf&..l "afiJBf. " Eai? .SSSft wry sfriSFY" ri 7i'A4- year money. Oarf , For Sale by AH Live Healers K :,aa3Biaawj..rftgr!tfg. TIME TO PAINT W i-.! Ui:' ll"iw Paints JJ ." a null in tt-il I irn I. lut $1 10 pel aal I.in ki i burn I'unt $1 J5 per gallon. EAGLE WRECKING CO. ITU St Joseph Ave Phono Main 1321J AMERICAN HAT AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Brniir Your H'.'l HaH to lie I 1-anr i ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 April 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1918 jripJpijIiJpirJFHf: i A .SHOE REPAIR. ING AND SIIIN fiS'G PARLORS ou can i"t new nhon lor ti.e entire f.jijil br J.rlnRltiB the oM on?! litre We male thfm il pood as nfw, time iiv. WW. rrlclor br,ndnKncJne,.he tfe'Ve'pTl? ;hoe for the entire family, Shoe" sent ui ir-frssl iM1 Lt'"d - S3 SAM GALLU 120 South tlh Street riione Main 1S5I St. Joieph, Mo. pnzipJrJrJrJFjpiitv: P. A. JOHNSON MERCHANT TAILOR A rino Stock of Goods fur your selec tion". Itcisonnblo Prices, rirst class workmanship guaranteed. Repairing and pressing department In connec tion. Phone Mnln 285SJ. 813 I'cllx Stroct St, Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handles all kinds of natural gas burn em, mantlos, fixtures, etc. Get ills prices. SATISFACTION GUARANTIED fill nnd IVIIi. Telonlinne 030 FARMS nml 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, ' Stocks for Sale and Exchange. EASTERN MO...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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