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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 May 1918

lHt sr. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1918 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER v n a n k i' 11 i: y t a a Killfoi- ami Publisher. 811 UDSIOSD STRl'llT. TELEPHONi: .... MAIN Business or Editorial. G95 Trims or sruscwiniov Per Year ' 00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to Tim observer 811 Edmond St St Joseph, Mo. Entered nt tho Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postofflce In St. as Seccnd Class NOT SO MNY BILLIONS We aro going to win the mr ami wo aro going to win It by furnishing the men and the (runs and the money needed to do so .but we aro not go ing to furnish "unlimited billions" as you almost dallv hear some man say. It Is no trouble at all to (TO out on the street at almost any time and hear men talk eloquently and patrio tically but oh how ery, cry loosly of how wo will spend JH billions a year for ten venrs or more monej, or more sears If necessary and nev er grudge a dollar of It. It Is well meaning tilk, and Rets tho cheers but It Is silly. It Is nlwavs B...

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. — 25 May 1918

'WBtmwit-m.rgaa. wB:23wETj' 5 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1918 f J i I) i ) LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Wiiich 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 retaking of Jerusalem by Chris tian Bolcllerrt was celebrated Monday night by Hugh Do Payens Command ory No. 4, Knights Templar. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Urown, Mr. and airs. E. L. Wells und Miss Jean Wells were painfully bruised whon their Ford flivver turned turtle near Dctliol church Monday night. An ordinance was Introduced In the council Wednesday night for the tak ing over of the sixty aero Conby a rove to bo used as a city park. Eighteen men were accepted In the navy from morning until noon Tues day. "J. C. Whltscll, M. D., eye, ear, nose and throat. Commercial Bide Adv. Itobort Drake, the brute who mis treated his little eleven year old step-daughter, was on Tuesday sen" tonced to the pen for t...

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. — 25 May 1918

Vws' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY ,25,1918 I Dollar Pay ? IT IS WORLD'S LARGEST BEVERAGE FACTORY Engine Co. of St. Louts, of which Mr. I many enterprises, Including fnrmlnr. BubcIi Is tho principal owner and stock-raising, banking-, manufacture presldent, has been engaged contlnu- Ins and railroading. He Is also a ously and oxctushely slnco America membor of tho executive committee entered tho war In building engines of tlio St. Louis branoh of tho National of the finest and most perfect type . Eocurlty League, which Is acthely I The Si andard We will give J21-2 of email purchases Dollar Day, Wednesday, May 29 t?3 J y fy v The New Plant at St. Louis Where the Favorite Bevo Is Made THE CULMINATION OF A GREAT IDEA It was rom-clml and erected by An-hciiM.-r-Hus.h to Aid in tho Pro motion of n Snno Temperance lNillej Which Has for lt Hnsls the l'diiciitlcm and Moral Do-elop-ment of tlio lcoi)lo and Which Will Carry Out tho Ideas Imohctl 11 Its Constructors. 2nd Floor Jenkins' ...

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. — 25 May 1918

ljpnu-'f.iftiwiii'jiMa'jtt wiliwr 3,'WH WW imi J I HI, i JWII MimtmiM WjMwJi',anLil)JHi.') tiffing. " f i mii ' "t'j! 'I"(;wfel THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1918 b- pJrJiJrHfJrJripJr. riHOE REPAIR. INO AND SHIN ING PARLORS You can have new ahoei (or Ilia entire family I,. l)rlneln the oM one, litre. We make Ihrm ai riwvw . ntw, mm ar M . ... ." TO" the nrtvalllns. nth prleei for brind new one. V repair SAM GALLU 1 South th Street. Thont Main 1831 St. Joieph, Mo. w , I THE MISSOURI MULE IS A NECESSITY (Continued from pnge 1.) 'pdrrrrJrrrdprdfiffe F. A. JOHNSON SfimCIIANT TAITiOIl A Tine Stock of Goods for your selec tions. Rcasonnhlo Prices. First clars workmanship guaranteed. Impairing and prosslng department In conncc Uon. Phono Main 2S5E.I. 813 Felix Street St. Joseph, Mo. and city property for sale and ex change. See C. R. Clark, 619 Ed moncT, with II. S. Smith. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Furms, City Property, Merchandise, Stocks for Sale and Exchange. EASTEItN MONEY AT ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 25 May 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1918 NIC MJEIN new i.ocvtion 711 FRANCIS ST. Furi stored nml Insured during the rammer month Pec our complete line of Spilng and Summer 1'urs. NEWS F Bm-JKZVBfZKrSimIMliiJtlJL S. B. U T Z Dealer In HIGH-CLASS HORSES AND MULES Sperlal attention given to mat hod pairs We lme m hand an unusually large lut of high class farm mules 3 to 6 ears old. from 1100 to 1400 !s AIho Yellow Dent seed corn for sale Cor. Lake and Cherokee St. Itci. riioiio Iturnl 2.MX 2 ring. urruu riione. soutn ij. a HrstKmrj isux. J4,aaif?V!ia-JA-JW' BOM ALL OVE IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union ago of 9X. yearn. He iu born In Ken tucky In 1821 and came to Callaway county when he was five yean old. Ho remained thero until 1814 when he moved to Boone county. Mr. Smith was a miller. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a. Very Little Actual Labor 101 t.l'T WI'M. WlTHOtT DltVCiS Oil RMIT W. W. WALKER Chirop...

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

The St. Joseph Observe v- JL VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918 NUMBER 39. i ES1DENT WILSON HAS "ADJOURNED POLITICS" Tells Congress That Now Legislation for And Every Patriotic Senator and Congressman Will Stay on the Work Now this BTcnt war message a --meswuro In -which every person n fne United States Is'lntcrcsted a message which deals with the future of every man, woman and child In America nnd the world over which President Wil son delivered In person (before Con gress In Joint session Monday this paper wants to assert was not treated with one-tenth of the consideration In fit. Josepih and the territory tributary that It deserved for It was not read by one-half of the people of this sec tion, although It appeared In full In all of the dallies of Monday and Tues day. Now don't begin to squirm nnd make excuses when you havo read the headlines of the article and this far down the page for It will do no pood. Just go on and read the rest of It and you will be a bett...

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. — 1 June 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918 notice or final si7iTriiaii:NT Notlco Is hereby given to all cred- Itors anil others Interested In the es-l0f tate or inuri 11 inn. imwih mm I, Ma-y A. William, Administrator of Bald estate, iimmi to m uc i inai jiei tlement thereof at the next term of the Probate Court of Buchanan Count, Ktnte of Missouri, to bo held at the court house in St Joseph Mo , on the first MonJ 11 of lune. 1918. MAISY A WILLIAMS, PuMl Administrator. xmiiin,iJXTiii notice N tice la heieliv given thut Letters of Vdmlnlitr.ttlon upon the estate of Jrhn Hafelliiger. deieaHed, hwe been Bronte I to the un leri:ned, by the I'nluto Coiut of lUirliHiimi County. Missouri, heirlng date of the 2Blh dav of April, l'JIS All persons having clilms ngilnst said ostnte nie requested to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from date of said letters, 01 the tn ty be precluded from any ben it of such elate, and if said claims he not exhibit 1 within one year from ...

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. — 1 June 1918

""uraMMrtmiHltairiij6 -,. T . THE STy JOSEPH OflSERVERATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918 rv b.1 K' The Modern Neal Way Makes Men Hate Booze M. A. Cowan, manager of the modern "N HAL" WAY" of PHKVnNTINa high dags men and woman from becoming "Hopeless Wrecks," makes the following statement: On May tho 6th, 1913, wo eRtab. llshed n Neal Institute In St. Joseph for tho benefit of the" drink and druK users, and since that time wo have treated many high class men and women, and sent them home free from booze, ready to start life over again, and heal 'the broken hearts of tholr loved ones. If I were at liberty to mention tho names of tho many high class peoplo we have treated In and around St, Joseph In the last fle years, you' would be astonished to know that such pooplo had gotten to the point where they had to have help to get away from that "demon" that had mado bo many unhappy homes, and drag so many good and would-be useful people down to an early grave. , "Nkaij way" ron drink on drug usmis r Po...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 June 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 11S THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER I' R V N K r KCYTAG Editor utul Publisher. Stt KDMOND STREET. telephone main Business or Editorial. 696 terms or sriisutnTiox Per Year $1.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THi: OBSERVER til Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered at tlio Joseph, Mls&ourl, Mall Matter. Postofflce In St. as Second Class THY THIS, JUDGE VLLEE! Here Is a suggestion for you, Police Judse Allee one that It would appear from thu reports from other cities you might utilize and thereby save the lives and llmiis of many of the people of St Joseph from Its every day ln- crc-islng army of auto speed maniacs, There Is not a day or a night that now passes In which some St. Joseph person Is either killed or crippled by reckkss uutomoblle drivers, and noth ing of any moment huppens to the destruitlonlsts. There have been no less than a. dozen cases reported the present week and at the present time the-e are three ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 June 1918

liSSSsKHfiiiSSKSs; V- c-rs-c: -- ? K '-ftiWi-,' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 191f LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST StfiWL'HWr Fhrst IE AM I Ktimku5ttMifJ,61 Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph O -' -1 0 -? Hi ITU- ' Anything Which Ha Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns MmMMv hmes, a Walter Eshelman was elected pres ident of the notary Club at the lun cheon Tuesday. Dr. J. M. Hell, vice president; George Loaper, secretary; and Max Andrlano, treasurer. City Counselor Faust la preparing nn ordinance whereby all able bodied men found on the streets unemployed will be declared vagrants. An effort to popularise war savings stamps by giving them as change will soon bo made. Washouts delayed nock Island passenger service Tuesday. lightening struck the residence of T. J. McDonald Monday night and did a couplt hundred dollars worth of damage. John Lawson was arrested Tuesday while trying to sell motor car at...

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. — 1 June 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918 mi. S. S. Allen Grocery Co. g Sanitary FOOD Emporium St. Joseph's Oldest, Largest nnd Most Up-to-Datc Grocery. Xu ' tlier store like ours in the state. Nothing but the be.-t m all departments. Our Delicatessen dc iartmuit .arnes all kinds of Salads, Cold Meats, Sausages, Hams, Cheese, Etc. OUR SPECIALTY Hams Baked in Cider Auto Lunches on Short Notice 12 Phones Main 2200 S. S. Allen Grocery Co. 7th and Edmond St., 1 Thirst Quenching , C25sgB. 1 '1 an More! jpfiifttf I m Here is the monarch of all KjiffS)'1 61 I cereal beverages the drink de- p;l3 I i I I lightful that hits your fancy. fil3 lw 3 Bj A cold bottle of GOZO is Mint ' -JS' M H brimming over with purity, whole- fljjjj I I "'" ''Mil Q soraeness and good health. The rjjj fill ll 9 tang and flavory zest win and I jljlj g 1 j ,8 j B I 91 hold your friendship. Order a I) III ffi! ' Vv iiil M V case of GOZO for home use. JallliM l VB Im W7i JOSEPH MO. fe CHANDLEE'S. WALL PARE Paint...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 June 1918

. -r--laB&.--P3W . i4.A-KiMO THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER, SAtURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918 Provide Right Kind of Recreation and Physical Train ing for Our holdier Boys "Tlfcftg'h (jppgpF TZ:;0L TT7 SffpSyy ZT msr 5 I y MlOA qJHOULDFH to t - T r& oSffltiJffi "WW iW By WILLI AU II. CRAWFORD. C6TRMVF0RD' wrile a story nbout t,,e ,m" a partance of athletics in the National y Army and the necessity of thorough co operation of all the agencies engaged in this work in order to secure the best results," said the Editor. This was a poser for me, as I belong to tho constitutionally lazy group who spend most of their time in libraries rather than on the athletic field. I cudgeled ray brain that night for the answer when suddenly 1 had an inspiration. "My old friend Walter Camp knows more about athletics than any body else. I know, to ray sorrow, that he knows how to train men for athletic sports for I have lost several hats and other things betting against Yale; I will go to him for Information." A ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 June 1918

.wia wT--- S THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918 8 NIC &UEEN m:v l.ocvnox 711 FRANCIS ST. rurs stoied anil Insured during the summer month Po """ complete line "f ins and Summer Furs S. B. U T Z Pcnler In HIGH-CLASS HORSES AND MULES Special attention given to """"X'oJThanrl nn unummlly large lot of high class farm mules 3 to 6 voa.s old from 1100 to 1400 lbs AN" lellovv Dent seed corn for sale Cor Lake nnil t IicrokiT ri. Tic. Pimm luirni J.ll ring. Offitv Pliiinc. Soiilti 125. Vol' OIT VKl.I. WITHOVT DlllT.S on uxiri: W. W. WALKER Chiropractic Doctor of 11 Years' Experience Rooms 10-11-12 Cor 6th nndEdmonil Commercial Uldg Phone Main 4.-4 A. C HAMM FUEL AND TRANSFER CO. We are now equipped with two motor trucks and reauy to uo nnuiin ui i vi-.i hi. in "0 miles of L't Joseph, also transfer work Vour patronage Is nllrltod 2102 Olive Miret Office Phono 7(10. Ho phone 7015J. it. Pleat unug I'HKSS pleating, hemstitching, but t o n s covered, marking, hem ming Write or ca...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 June 1918

fc-fc. a .iwwfc. juc -j. K4...JV. The St. Joseph Observ VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 NUMBER 40. O. v' V THE GONG SQUriQS AND THE RAGE IS NOW ON Candidates Have Made Their Filings and Will Now Settle Down to the Work of Vote Getting The Largest Field of Candidates That Has Ever Entered the Lists in the County's History Tho gong has tapped anil they're off! And the great race for Democratic nominations In Buchanan county Is on. And Democratic nominations are nil that will count this year for thero Is no one bo poor a political prognostlca tor as to think that any Republican will bo elected In this county this fall. Therefore this Is why this primary Is described as a Democratic one for there Is no show on earth'or beneath, for any other party this year. And this la the reason why so many good Democrats are contesting In the primary this year, for they know that when a nomination Is won that the race Is over for tho nominee will not need to make a second race as h...

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. — 8 June 1918

.owiinu niyWiiwjMUil.TaTiOMHfiffftifll THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 novici: of rix.Mi si'rri.r.Mi'XT Notice 1 hereb given to all cred itor and other Interested in tho es tate of Laura 1). Hill, deceased, that I, Mary A. Williams, Administrator of mild estate, Intend to make Final Set tlement thereof at the next term of tho Probata Court of lluchanun County, State of Missouri, to be held nt th court hme In Si. Joseph, Mo., on the first Monda of June, 191$, MAIIV A. WILLIAMS. Public Administrator. AMIINITK VTH1X NOTICE Notice is hereby ghen that Lottery of Administration up in the estate of John HafellnKer, de eased, have been Rinnted to the underpinned, by the Probate Court of t'ui h-inati County, Mioaourl, bearing date of the :6th day of April, 1918. AH persona bavin claims ttKalnt said estate nrc requested to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six mouths from date of said letters, or the may be vrecluded from any benefit of such estate: an1 If said claims b...

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. — 8 June 1918

sgj3':i!wniy.3ay ,-v THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 Food Regulations for Householders T Briefly Stated A simple and brief statement of the food regulations ns they directly atfect tho household has been Issued by the Missouri Dlvlblon of tho United States Food Administration. These now regulations, effective April 3, aro as follows: . "All householders who can entirely eliminate the use of wheat until the next harvest, about September 1, should do so. "Householders who are obliged to use wheat should not use more than a total of ono and one half pounds of wheat flour or' prepared wheat, In any form, per person per week, including the wheat flour In Victory bread, and Including tho wheat flour or prepared wheat la crackers, pastry, macaroni, broakfaBt and other foods. "This rationing requires a more rcstilcted uso of wheat than that asked for by tho observance of whcatless days and meals, which are no longer obligatory, but In practice It will be found that an oven w...

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. — 8 June 1918

rt 0i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 TUP QT .inQT-DU DQQCnUCn IIIL Ul, UUUUI II UUULIIILII r it x k I'll r v t a a Editor nml 1'iiMl-licr. 811 UDMOXD STRKBT. TELEPHONE M IN Business or Editorial. terms or n nscniroox Per Year $'.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to Till! OBSERVER til Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered at the Postoffleo In St. Joseph. Missouri, as Seccnrt Class Mall Matter. itHKi:vnir scored iiv REPUB LICAN Te 1 iy the noisy Is again out on a ppeerh making tour of the country under tho guise of promoting patrio tism (God save the mark) but In re ality to celebrate his return to the i fold of what he so gratingly nnd nolsllv nttil "tinmtif It. mttrreA In In his speeches In 1312 as a coterie of "i t h climbers, cut throats and tin e," so called "tho Republican prt " T ! iv he Is In Omaha where ho win noisily hold forth tonight and all g-o oltlsens of St. Joseph will be glid that ho gives St. Joseph the "go by' as ho will w...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 June 1918

CJilHUPnETM-TniTiMirn V -r ws THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, 'JUNE 8, 1918 LOCAL MATTERS OF P. Davis secretary-treasurer, at meeting held Monday afternoon. -SoWeiiOulM'&i 3SintondKattlfllroa'6" FIRST OF ALL RELIABILITY Andrew MoDanlel, fifty-four years Celebrating Our 52nd Anniversary ALL OVER THE STORE Tremendous Value-Giving in All Departments It's like another "Dollar Day" in the number and character of the special values offered. The following items are representative of hundreds of others you will find on sale today: IERAL INTEREST of age, a meat Inspector at the Morris plant, died of apoplexy Sunday. The one man trolley Is to be used this fall on the "short lines" of tho street railway system. It -wilt savo help and gtvo added comfort to the public. Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Dr. John Itayden of Kansas City, who addressed the physicians' confer ence at the llobldoux annex Monday, Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving o...

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. — 8 June 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 Hfdiijma'www 8 10,000,000 UNITED STATES CASH FOR CANADIAN CHEESE SALE I lllllifll JJJ&4 tfflrUSrH -rife .$?? , .. , , Cash, wrap up one hundred sixty m .lion pounds of Canadian cheese for Great Britain, charged to UnciO Sam's account. Here is o surplus cheese as b.K as ten Masonic Tem ples m Chicago, one 200 stones hifih which a comrade in arms sent around for luni.Ii. American dollars for cheese out of vats filled with milk from cows pastured on the prnineswhcre the bison loafed at will until the Canadian Pacific rail way built through. Here is war's goodwill in sand niches for the front line trenches; forty million dollars extended as a credit to Canada for that which is own! to the wartime industry of the cow. E G. Bennett, State Dairy Commissioner of Missouri once wrote In an ode to the cow: "For two thousand years she has been the co partner of men, sharing alike in his prosperity and adersity. respondinp; rtoMv to all that wa...

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. — 8 June 1918

Mi &immnlfap& THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 CATTLE NEWS 3TIRS MEN TO GO TO FIGHT WITH BRITISH TOMMIES CITY MEN AS ' FARM HELPERS !ome-Built Garage Economical and Convenient; It Pays to Protect Your Car yjMt.1S our l iBteg!?8 V-il VS Svrcjev w aAme fKor- tL. Volunteers to fight instantly grew more numerous when newspaper headlines furnished evidence of the need for men. That death and muti lation on a stupendous scale wero the fato of others merely spurred men to sign up to fight. The tide of volunteers rose at offices of the British-Canadian Re cruiting Mission with the flood of the battle overseas. Many recruit ing offices have been opened recently throughout the country and at all of them men swarmed in reading the press reports of stupendous conflict. "I want to go. That Kaiser crowd has got to git,' one told Sergt. Net A IillinitAIi HEACII "Where are you going this sum mer?" "Oh, to one of the liberal beaches." So S. Allen Grocery Co. Sanitary FOOD Empo...

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