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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918 NEWS FR m ALL OVER 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 The dates of the Union Star Cha- tauqua this jear are July 31 to August 4th. A Kails county merchant advertises "pajamus for men of ft, dozen different new ttyles." Holt county has subscribed over J300 ono for War Savings Stamps. Its quota Is $290,780. Onlv fifteen marriage licenses were issued in Nodawuj county during the , month of June this year. The threshers of Nodaway county will charge six cents for oats and eight cents for wheat threshing this season. The Uleh Hill ax handle factory has received from the government an order for 4,000 n handles, to be ship ped East at once. Every time a boy baby arrives now the country papers announce him as "another soldier," possibly because of his Insistent demand for arms. T W. Henderson, oldest living native-born Fultonlan. ...

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 July 1918

M&fM&gm!M&fe3KjmXG&i ,.,. , . , ,fMCi ,L tjf VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDW, JULY 20, 1918 NUMBER 46. THE tkJ JL tJP lO-l-i JL JLJ1 J I SIXTY-FIVE TRIED TRUSTED Are Contesting For the Offices to Be Filled In This County In AJ cu i r.... r r-i.uu ai.il aiiu vciy v-riic Can Be Depended Upon Well, there are sixty-five of them and each and every one of them a good, reliable and trustworthy man. Sixty-five, what? Is nuked why sixty-five clean, straight-out democrats from which tho democrats of St. Jos- I eph and Buchanan county will pick the men who will fill the various of- I fires In the county after the election In Nov ember. But why from these men? may be asked and the answer Is Just as easy; for these are Democratic times and this la Democratic j ear that's all. Of jours this Is an "off year" and "polltlcH IsT" adjourned," but possibly you would not think so If you went out Into the highways and bywajs of the county and watched the automo biles of the candidates...

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. — 20 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH .OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 ADMIXISTItATlUX XOTICK Notice Is hereby gUen thnt Letters of Administration upon the estate of John HttfelltiKer, de eased, have been granted to tlio undersigned, by the Probate Court of Ituchannn County, Missouri, bearing Jute uf tlio 26th day of April. 191 S. All persons having claims nKnlnst paid estate nre reijucted to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from date of said letters, or thev may be precluded from any benefit of such estate; and If said claims be not exhibited within one year from the duto of tlio publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. A true copy. Attest: ALVLNW HAFEMNCIEU. (Seal) Administratrix. Charles A. Itedfcnrn, Clerk of Probate. KXKCUTOlt'S XOTICK Notice Is hereby Klven that letters Testamentary upon the- estate of Cathrlno II. Lambcrton, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, bearing date of the 25th day of April, 19...

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. — 20 July 1918

if.- .i,r! wi-. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 I CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS AS WARRIORS Continued From Tago Two County Clerk's Notice of Primary Election STATE OF MISSOURI, COUNTY OF BUCHANAN, SS. la nn error of mortal mlml to bo un happy, and that It Is absolutely Im possible for a human being to be un happy If he la In harmony with God. Thai happiness card la one of the trumps that the Christian Science workers play nt the training camps. In Just ns short a time as possible lifter a Christian Scientist "arrives at a camp, orte of the workers makes his acquaintance. He Is nsked whether he Is comfortable or needs anything, permitted by army or navy regula tions, that can make him more com fortable. ' Whatever he asks for that Is proper for him to have he gets, Beta iulckly and gets with one of those pervasive and cVpresslvo Christian Science smiles. The lIks nt Home. Then he Is asked how things are nt home, whether the home folks are likely to want for nnythlng while hn ...

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. — 20 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 I THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER , V K A N K v u i: V T A a I liriltor ami Publisher. 811 EDMUND STRTHT. TELEPHONE MAIN G93 Business or Editorial. T1UUIS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per Year 11.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER $11 Edmond St. Gt. Josoph, Mo. Entered at tho , Joseph. Missouri, I Mai! Matter. i'ontoftlce In St. its SecciiU Class W1L11V Till: SOLDIERS COME HOME. The war Is now on but It will end rams dnj and beforo It ends wo should take such cognizance of our lntern.il arrangements and affairs that wo shall h.ixo our house In order nnd In readiness when our hoys come niarchlm; homo. In this connection there Is much good common sense and much reason shown in an editorial from one of the papers of our elghborlng state Ne - braslta that we cannot refrain from veprodiKlng It and from comment ing upon Its utterances. The Beatrice Dajlv Sun says: "Tho motto, 'Business as Usual," got Into disrepute b...

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. — 20 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY ZO, 1918 HWWnMWW U-. Iff I LOCAL MATTERS OF . . GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph cceds W. R. Campbell, candidate for county auditor, and 1'. Oarrahun and Hoy Graves su-coeed county members removed from their districts, Mrs. Mary Nichols, 808 North Fifth street, took three shots at tho flash light burglar while ho wns Invading liSr horns Sunday night, but to no ef foct. He escaped with (140. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can fie Found in These Columns The rain which fell Monday was of great value to gardens and also to tho growing corn crop. ActlnfT under orders from the fed- klllcd, and Mozlngo considerably bruis ed. Deppaln was arrested, tie claims tho brakes would not work. John Brcndel, president of tho oral food administrator tho price of ,board of public works, visited In Oma Ico was reduced to BO cents per hun-ha last Sunday. dred for St. Joseph small c...

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. — 20 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS . AS WARRIORS Continued from Pago 3 to go through, because they maintain tho assurance that God Is life nnd man cannot be separated from God. Consequently, nmld trials they are not afraid and give courage to their comrades," Vntval Mental Phenomenon. In a recent Issue of tho Christian Science Monitor we find this: "Now, In dcstroj-Ing an unreal mental phe nomenon, there la no difference whether It be a torpedo In tho Atlan tic, a shell in No Man's land, a wound In a dressing station, or a fox or in a base hospital. You do not turn aside a torpedo or a shell In flight, or a bayonet thrust any more than you will snvay a fever. What jou do Is to realize that these things ore 'not made of things that do ap pear.' You endeavor to grasp the fart that. Inasmuch as a Ho cannot ba nbnjt nothing, your torpedo, shell, bai onet thrust or fever muBt be a. He about some truth, which, when you Know It, frees you from the effect ...

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. — 20 July 1918

trm SjW1 '" - r - i --' -" Ut- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1913 1 yOU GKT WF.T.Ij WITHOUT DRUGS OH KNIFE W . W . W ALKER Chil-opractic Doctor of 11 Years' Experience Room 10-11-12 Cor 6th and Edmond Commercial Bids. Phone Main 4224 TIME TO PAINT VAN UUHEN House Paints, $2.60 n pallon, Ited Ham Paint, J1.2B per Rfillon; Rubberold Hoofing, $1.40 to $1,00 per square EAGLE WRECKING CO. 1714 St. Joseph Ave. Phone Main 1321J AMERICAN HAT AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Bring; Your OM Had to b Clcannl ami "locked. 1'ana mil a Sccialty. :i :: m cdmond street MAIN JH-w i-W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S Tto Only Retfnnrnnt on Felix Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blxth and Francis Streets Phones 330 and 331 HASTY MESSENGER CO. rtAOQAGB, LIGHT HAULING MESSENGERS TI3LEEIIONE MAIN NINE NINE W. R. WOODWORTH OPTICIAN Artificial Eyes and a Full Line of Optlcul Goods. LENSES THAT FIT THE EYES 120 S. Sill St. I'linnc Main S33S DONEGAN Handler the best Vacuum Fitr...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 20, kl8 MmgtgJimjiw '.. ii jryy.j-TTTre S. 5. i4en Grocery Co. Sanitary FOOD Emporium St. Joseph's Oldest, Largest and Most Up-to-Datc Grocery. No other store like ours in the state. Nothing but the best in all departments. Our Delicatessen de partment carries 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., St. Joseph, Mo. POLITICAL ADVERTISING Campaign Liars Nailed Certain "tin horn" politicians are spread ing the lie that I am a brother-in-law of Otto Theisen. They seek by these lying methods to attack my consistency in fighting dives. My wife does not even know Mrs. Theisen. Mr. Theiscn's wife is Irish; mv wife is French. His wife is a Catholic ; my wife is a member of the First Christian church. Theisen and James J. Conners are brothers-in-law their wives are sisters. I have nothing personal against T...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

. ".. -.! (,iri-Wwi The Joseph Observer. KJ -.1. IT volume xr. WITH MUSIC AND BANNERS THEY MARCHED AWAY 'And Left Behind Them Them Success and a Safe Return Crowned with the Victory That Shall Keep Free the Peoples and Nations of the Earth There were tears but few of them. There were cheers and many of them. ' There were hearty well wishes and many of them. There were, "God bless and keep you" and many of them. For on yesterday morning another great contingent of our boys our very own for they came from the villages and towns from the farms and the. ranch from the workshop and the factory from the banks and from the stores of our own Brand Platte , Purchase and our own Bt. Joseph and that Is the reason that they are our very own bojs for again may It be repobied they come from our hearths and our firesides and our homes. And may they all come back and come back with their banners en twined with garlands of victory and their bands proclaiming joyous note that they had accomplished wh...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 ADMINISTR TRIX XOTICK Notice la hereby Klen that letters of Administration upon the estate of John tlafellmrer, deceased, have ben granted to the undersigned, by the Prolmto Court of Buchanan Countv, Missouri, be.ii Ins date of the 25th day of April. 118. All persons having claims ngalnst said estate are requested to exhibit them to me for allowance, within l months from date of said lftters, or they may be precluded from n,ny benefit of such etate. and If said claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the publication of th.s notice, they will bo forever barre I. A true copy. Attest: ALV1NA HAKKLINGKR. (.Seal) Admltil'trntrlx. Charles A. Redfetrn. Clerk of Probate, HMXriOU'S XOTICU Notice Is hereby "Riven that letters Testimentary upon the estate, of Cathrlne It. l.amberton, deceased, have been grunted to the underalened by fie Probate Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, bearing date of the 2Sth day of April, 131S. All ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

mKfiauxmKuuriSfSS'Uimti rfnum j.ryk.-'v-: -t,ii r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 m T h r -tf- '4' . w ; ." 41 v Noncu or suri'MijtnxTAD iuj- t 1STRATIOX. State of Missouri. County of Bu chnnnn, s. In the Buchanan County Court held on Tuesday, Juno 25, among other proceedings wero the following, to-wlt: It Is hereby ordered by tho court that a supplemental registration bo held ln'the city of St. Josoph, Mis souri, on FltlDAY, JOtV 2BTH and SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, 1918, from 8 a, m. to 9 p. m. nt tho following places of voting, to-wlt: First Ward Precinct "A" St Joseph Avenue and Broadway; precinct "B" St. Joseph Avenuo and Parker; pro clnct "C" Cherry ajid Second; precinct "D" Richardson and Savannah; pre cinct "B" Seventh and Albemarle; precinct ""F" Bellevue and Chestnut SL. N Second Ward Precinct "A" Twelfth and Grand Avenue; precinct "B" 23d and Frederick Avenue, Fire Station No. 9; precinct "C" Tenth and Powell, Flro Station No. 7; precinct "D" lSth and Howard; pr...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r u a n k r u i: ytao Kdttor n.'il Publisher. I totM abolition of labor Its attain ment would be as prl Icable as that of other Ideals they do proclaim, and tan congress compel the president to where tha sugar bowl and spoon-hold- ' Could it "enlarge' possibilities jer stood. Of course ou remember ,to lmpossibll.tlec? A democratic con- tho spoons, old, thin, silver spoons, Kre has given Mr Wilson, pre mptly i with tiny tooth marks on them, and on dreams there U no neod to put a and urirudglngly, e en thin.; he husjln faded svilpt, tho lnltlMs, "D. A. J." usked for. Would a republican 'on-' lli'tsj Ann J' nes, that vv.is Grandma lefore she married (Irandpa. As fur tho sugar bowl, It wasn't one 811 EDMUND STlirir" TELEPHONIS MAl.f C9u jjress force upon hfm more than he Business or Editorial. ,antcd or could use, and attempt to ,-'-- - ...r,.... In everv war the United States has terms op subscription l'er Year ' ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

-" ngMixiaaar,-1 yyt- awOT hwm ,n. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 U LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Han Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Burko Henry Mnrkley. who was a seaman on the 17. 3. 8. Kan Diego and who Is the son of Mrs. Markley Bailey of this city, was among the saved. Charles Phelps was arrested Sunday on the charge of bootlegging. Information reached hero Monday of the sudden death of Henry Oilman, a 'seventy-year-old farmer who resid ed near Rushville. His death was the result of heart trouble. He was one of the early settlers of Rushville. Umbrella Hospital, 811 Edmond B rest. Adv. I P. Gingery of Rushville, candi date for the legislature from that dis trict, was In the city Monday. He statr ed that a new paper would be launch ed at that place in a few days. Judge Allen, after a lengthy trial, made perpetual the Injunction agai...

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. — 27 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 27,-1918 PIl POLITIC Wj AOVKIITISINO PAID I'OMTIC Ij ADVKHTISIXO PAID POMTIOAIj ADVERTISING PAID POLITICATj DVI2RTISING PVI1) PUMTICAtj ADVKUTIStNG JVIVW'V''" VWMWNWWW,wVs" GOV. GARDNER TELLS WHY - DLW1LL VOTE FOR WILFLFY DeclareHis Faith in Senator in Answer tojLetter from Peyton Parks War Food Without Waste Justrite Ice Cream Western Dairy and Ice Cream Co. -VOTE FOR Phono Main 7188 218 South 5th Street GOVERNOR'S REPLY Tho wm J. I 'mMgMMPMh ABHBBKMffiiBMC1?-" 5&LMH3g5& ; ..wwR-ws.MBtr-a- ;rf-ac,n ? " 4 A " r uj"" hffi? T 111 ? THOMAS J. HILL for- Presiding Judge of County Court Subject to the Democratic Primary Tuesday, August 6, 1918 DIFFERENCES OF OPINION Administrator agrees with the Presi-land France was being bled white, and dent, the .Shipping Board opposes who agreed to make speeohes for the Tho Question of prohibition an It Per- tulnd to tho Inning of the ur. To the Editor of The Obsorer "Efficiency villi win the war and If ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

-ti.TiMintt MirwmniWMWi mmm 1KJt'H.r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY, ,27, J918 MjtHjiLf iui wnmMnmBWTsamPtfwnmi YOU GET WELL WITHOUT DRUGS Oil KNIFE W. W. WALKER Chiropractic Doctor of 11 Years Experience Room 10.11-12 Cor 6th and Edmond Commercial llldg. Phono Main 4224 DUG HIS OWN GRAVE BUT DID NOT FILL IT Pork in War Times M i. Backs Patriotism A Choice Buttered Real Estate Parsnip For He Fooled His Captors and Turned the Tables on Them TIME TO PAINT VAN BTJREN House Paints, $2.C0 n Enllon; Hoil Darn Paint, $1.26 per gallon; Huhberold Roofing, (1.40 to $2.00 per square. EAGLE WRECKING CO. 1714 St. Joseph Ave. Phono Main 1S21J I W. S. JOHNSON DIES BY HIS OWN HAND -". Tiit"rjT',f,rr,.,rrTriiiwi : U fl AMERICAN HAT AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Bring Yoar OH II ti o be Cleaned and Illockcd. Pan. mat a Seclaltr. II II Rl EDMOND STREET MAIN 2111-w E A T- W HEN YOU Go To SPELLMAN'S The Only Restaurant on Fells Street Choice Cut Floweri FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Bath and F...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 July 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 NEWS FRO 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. The Maltland Fair will be on August 26-30. The Chautauqua at Kdgerton begins July 30th. A woman horse thief Is In the Hates county Jail. John Prophet of Seneca enlisted the other day and the News-Dlipateh saw to It that he received due honor In his own town. Seven hundred thousand bushels of wheat will be Daviess county's con tribution to the Allied cause In the world war. Gallatin Democrat. The last hope of any Huns who consider themselves particularly rough and untamable now must die. Plx Joplln policemen have Joined our army. South Missouri will raise a bumper crop of cotton this year. The condi tion Is said to be 95 per cent on a to tal of 157,780 acres, Indicating SO, 000 bales. People will buy anything to encour age a patriotic effort. Two Ocntry vllle women gathered and s...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 August 1918

BHwmtMmmaiiiuiamtJBm.?n. : The St. Jose Ob VOLUME XL ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY. AUGUST 3, 1918 NUMBER 48. ph SERVER. HE HA And Has Proven His 100 His Record In Every Vote and in Every Way Congressman Booher Is Helping to Win the War With this nation now engaged In the greatest war of all history where more men are engagod and where rne blood and treasure la being poured out than ever the world be fore knew with our own Bona bleed ing and dying In Prance the ques tion of loyalty and devotion to coun try Is pre-emlnont for only through the most patriotic loyalty and devo tion to duty on the pait of all, cou pled with the necessary qualities of heart, mind and body, can this great struggle for liberty and democracy of the world be brought to a successful conclunlon as It must. The primary. August 6th, Is now at hand, and the minds of all patriotic people turn naturally as to whom nhall represent them In Congress dur ing the continuance of this great struggle. From the time of the Im pe...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918 AliMINlSTll.YTHl.X NOTICE Notice la heroby given that Letters of Administration upon thu estate of John Hafellnwer, dc eased, have been granted to the undersigned, by the Frobate Court of Uuchannn County, Missouri, bcirlng date of the 26th day of April, 1918. All persons having clnlmi against ald estate are requested to exhibit them to me for Allowance, within six months from dtte of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of smh estate, and If said claims be not inhibited within one year from the data of the publication of thM notice, they will be forever barred. A true copy Attest- AIA'INA M.vrnuNaKn, (fial) Administratrix. Charles A Itedfo.irn. Clerk of Prohite. i:. i :ci-t its notice Notice Is hereby given that potters Testamentary upon the estate of Cathrlne It. Iambcrton, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Hurhunnti County, Missuurl. boarlng date cf tho !5th day of April 191S ...

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

-- )!),. -- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918 A k Political Announcenmets . .. roil congress I hereby announce nijFelf ns r can didate for renomlnatlon for member of Congress from tho Fourth Dlitrlct of Missouri, subject to tlio decision of the Democratic primary, August 6, 1918. CHARLES V. BOOHER. William E. Spratt of St. Joseph, Mo , hereby declares himself and announces that he will be a cnndldato upon the Dom.xratlc ticket for tho nomination of Representative of the Fourth Dis trict In the National Congress ot Washington, D. C, In the State Primary Election to be hnld August 6th, 1918. IKHt PROSECUTING ATTORNEY I hereby announce myself as a can didate for tho nomination for the of fice of prosecuting attorney ot Bu chanan County, Missouri, subject to the decision of the Democratic prim ary, August 6, 191S. JAMES C. GKOWNEV. County Clerk's Notice of Primary ESe etion STATE Oil MISSOURI, COUNTY OF BUCHANAN, SS.- Notice is hereby given that a primary election will b...

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