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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER! r u a n it r it 1: vtao Kdltor nud Publisher. 811 EDMOND STREET. TELEPHONE i MAIN 59B Duslness or Editorial. irRMs or subscription Per Year 11.00 Advertising Rates on Application. AJiress All .Communications to the observer til I Imonil St. St. Joseph. Mo. Entered at tlia Postofflce In St. Joseph. Missouri, as Sccenu diss Mai! Matter. IH;MOCItATICTICICiri'. I n tJ stales Senator ioskph v. folk.. S it !' iiillc Schools I'l'Ij W. LAMKt.N'. J dge S ipreme Court No. 1 i.,m: w. grave.-. Repr ent.it(ve In Congress MXULES F. HOOUElt. Hi ie sena'or m THiHUrf J. IiVSAOHT. J ib iriult Court No. 1 IAW UDXCU A. VORIW. j(e, .- ntnttve First District V. W. WATKIVS. 1 ir -.entatlve PnnJ District ,nnRGE M. ALLISON. It i"-"n'atUe Third District ELBERT .PENCER. Iei sentntlve fourth District TAMILS It BYRNE P es I ns Judge County Court J H. McCLANAHAN. J i ii. iont Court. First District JAMES C HUNT. J 1st nntj Court, Secon...

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. — 14 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 V A LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenlngs.of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns received In a motor car accldont near Oregon that morning. Irene Teel, a ten-year-old girl, was kidnapped Wednesday by her step father. H. W. HprakeA The mother of Irene married Hpnker, and the grandparent of the little girl here refused to allow the mother to take her daughter with her. Col. Fred W. Nichols, In command of the Fourth negtment of Home Guard, and Paul P. Powell are or ganizing a mammoth military band. The Pershing Chapter of War Mothers of America wai formed ut a meotlng held here Tuesday night. Preliminary plans for th fourth Jfllxth street has Invented an aerial Liberty ljoan were considered nt a meeting of the executive committee Monday nlgltt.. A street parade will Inaugurate It and an actlvespeaklng campaign will ...

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. — 14 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, "1918 mtm?i, in itm.ifi vnrtv. Y. u- ri...i. j- .... . .v. D..i. in tho Circuit Court of the State -..-i .in,!. ..,, ii.,i, .,, w.t h, and "vVUhVm Ktsemnann, M Dumnn, Clmrdlnn nd litem 'i'l Ml. , William Hund, of St Jocih, MIs- KCun Freda Hluni, .Michael Hund, I fie Lutz, J. IS. Schni tiler, Trustor, A MlthcMell I'alnier. Allen Propel t CiMndlaiii alo the following ieion. j' olive, tn-wlt Joseph U.er. .Inco'j u-er Therel King, Theit.-i.i Hosel or lintel or Hool. llertha Muhl In hof. Mrtiie Anna Ot,er. Hernhard lifer, Joseph Hoffman. Josephine lluller. Ferdinand .Muhl. Lulse .lone-fll-e Kornfeld Alois Hund, Aiue'iu H inrt Wllhelm Hund, Johann Carl II nd .lamb Wilhelm Hund, Carl llcinrtih Hund Helnrlch Cleorie Pemler. Frleclrlch Wllhelm Muller, and If not alive, then their unknown consorts, heir. deiees, donees, alien ees or Immediate. mene or remote, voHintar.v or involuntary BrantH-s. also the unknown loniorts, heiro. de duces, donee,...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 TRADITION SPURS U. S. SOLDIERS TO GLORY I tv , A. k , qBotf'ighfers Buoyed Up By "Home" y rApnosphere Which Follows Them "?'3?r'6m Training Camp to Front X?mne Trench By JOHN R. MOTT vGene':faI Secretary ot the Rational War Work Council of the Y. II. C. A. ;'T '.STQOU. one-day a low montns government permission mere &oes -'.ago-In the ofllco of Gen. Ed- -u ?,vory troop tram ot least ono Awards -in; France. It was a Y. M. C. A. secretary, sometimes more. They are tho first links In fateful ifiour. Only a few minutes the v. M. C. A's eroat chain of ' befonjtny '""arrival his telephono friendliness. ., .' Vraog- V,Ahoni:or near the front . The second -link in that chain la : ,- . ... .i,., j 4i,- familiar to most at home. We havo , Jlne sent the- distressing word that vlsUed tho g,eatarmy cantonments. j company of , his men, caught; bo- we have seen 'more than COO groat tweca tb enemy's barrage and the huts where boys write thei...

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. — 14 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 Ua NEWS FROM 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 i The in draft or mm from IS to 46 foi Missouri Is estimated at jO'.t, Suf. The 10 H Mnltlaiid'l'.ilr, so far as Its attraction", faces and general pro gram was concerned, was n snoee In everv vva. A W McClure of Pettis count sold a fat uteer on the market at St Ixi.ii- which biought $325, and fat hogs sold for 2Cc per pound At a meeting of the countv medical sodetv at Platteburg Thursda all the Clinton count phjlclan offered then services to the government. A federal lnpector made h trip over the "Ijike- to Gulf Highway" from Kedalla couth through Variw, the other daj, and prnnounied It "A ralibit h tiall over which a rhbblt would need a doitor'H kit to travel" An aftermath of the prlmar.v un-pleis-uitncss In Kctevllle where a Democratic candidate for the noni...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 September 1918

The Observer. VOLUME XI. AGENCY THE COUNTY HOME OF DEMOCRA The Hosts of the Militant Faithful Will Gather at That Historic Place Tonight And There Will Hear the Issues of the Present Cam paign Fairly and Ably Stated Agency anil K.iston for many years vied with each other as to which should be the ret4l home of Buchinnn county democracy, nnd the competi tion at times was fierce. At the-oilt-sct Kaston seemed to have the call, and the fulthful. during the time of Cal Jam, Waller Young, Dr. Tal bott and E. Diui McCreary had the edge, as for years It could rally the en tire democracy of the county and n big o erf low from neighboring coun ties when any democratic cerft was pulled off, while Agency had to con tent Itself with what It could gather from any source. Hut with the pass ing of those tiled and true democrats to the habitat o their fathers, the fortunes of Agency rose and It has now almost supplanted Kaston, nnd as a result It now the real county home of lluchanan democracy. Its...

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. — 21 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1018 S. S. Allen Grocery Co. Sanitary FOOD Emporium St. Joseph's Oldest, Largest and Most Up-to-Date Grocery. No nt! ir store like runs' in the state Nothing but tl bct in all departments Our Delicatessen dc iMi'iuent c.trnes -ill kinds of Salads, Cold Meats, Sausages, Hums, Cheese, Etc. OUR SPECIALTY Hams Baked in Cider Auto Lunches on Short Notice 12 Phones Main 22C0 S. Sa Alien Grocery Co. 7th and Edmond St., St. Joseph, Mo. ilxavzj.MjM tsn3wgg.5Bai3ssrgaBiBaaigiKiB3KKgEaa! -"FT'''1 " ii icampaw vif-rrBTrrrirTiTr-!n:gr.'jT3iMfeCTe-5era-t 3 Fine Harness and Saddles msJe tsperWUv for Tanners and Stockmen, sent direct to you by exprc i t tl p st or frclKht Send for free 11 ustraU'l catalog, full of II i e in Harnes Si lilies an.d Accessories This Interesting cntnlctt la irs for the asklnjf vi: hwi. o oi:ms we sell nmi.cr to yof vr one SM 1.1 MtU IT, S U IM3 OU Till: MIDDLEM .VS PROFITS. All of ! r fmrifsfl and workmanship it guarantee...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 September 1918

3 - Do Theyjik.e Ice Cream? Why Ask? 1 A FEW Louis Fuelling & Sons a I THE ST." JOSEPH OBSERVER,-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918 FARMS FOB SALE By Booher & Williams MAXirACTi units or High-Grade Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Seltzer Water and Tripuru Distilled Water i .- i . A 1. A dandy, rich nnd productive fnrm within mip and (mo-half miles of the Bavannah HlKh School, 17B acres, about 15 acres In pasture, IB acres In clover, 40 acres ploughed for fall wheat, balance In corn; fairly well fenced, well watered, has a Rood farm house of seven rooms and a Rood barn, ; 2, Splendid farm, well Improved, 120 acres, lo cated 4 miles northwest of Ilosendale and 5 miles southwest of Bolckow, nbout 65 acres In tame gras, 20 acres fall ploughed, 40 acres In corn; well fenced, 6 room house, barn 30x36, new corn crib and other outbuilding-", at $126.00 per acre. 5. A small farm of 45 acres, located near Honst er Station, on the Interurbnn; about 30 acres in cul tivation and 15 acies In timbered b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r it A X K 1 It V Y T (5 lalllor iiml Publisher. 811 kdmiA'I) sriu:i:T M V1N 635 T'A EPIIONE Business or Kdi'.orlal. Ti-itMs or scnseitiiTioN l'rr Yeir U.00 A'v rtlslng Botes on Application. AJircss All Communications to Tin: oHnitvKit ' r -nond St. Bt Joseph. Mo. Kuterecl at the Joseph. Missouri, MM Matter. Poutofflce In St. as Second Class lll-JUM'lHriO llt'KITT. 1 nit i stutes .senator JCSKPH W. FOLK. H i I" i til t c Schools ui;l w. lamkin. J lao Supreme Court No. 1 AALLEIi W. GP.AVKS. Jo. H entntlve In Congress i IIAKl.lW I'. UOOllEU. Si I'e .enitor THOMAS J. I.YSAGHT. J We ircult Court No. 1 UV.WBKNCK A. vop.ies. l..pr -sentative First District W V WATKINK )tirHntative Second District GEOBGE M ALLISON. Jlepiesentatlve Third District ELBEKT bl'KNCEIl. tiir sentntlvo fourth District JAMES It. BYKNE I' esnling Judge County Court J II. McCLxNAHAN. J i lge i ountj Court. First District JAMES C. HUNT. J i U...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST 'SZmhO&MM Fwst of Ai Reliability 3eW0Wl'e Fashion' Favors Home Dressmakin Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph The present dress styles are simple and easy to make, and tlie consequent small yardage I required for developing them is encouraging the trend toward home .owing at never before ' The demand for wool piece goods is increasing, and, we have no doubt, will ntinue to increase as the season advances. In this connection our ample supply of liotli Wool Suitings and Wool Dress Materials in all the fashIonahleplain weaves and plaids, is proving a great boon to women who prefer to buy the materials and hae their suits or frocks made at home, or bv tailor or dressmaker Anything Which Has Occurred Deoerving-of Local Notice Can Be Found in .These Columns i A woman finds she can pay anywhere from $2 50 to $5 00 a yard for her" nutcrial and still have an i...

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. — 21 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1915 No 31013. order or riiiLicvriov. li the Circuit Court of the State of M SM.url. within and for Buchanan ( nt' to the Uct61.fr. 1918, Term 11 rrei f It ,Bina. lliind. Wttlmm Hund of 1 el. I Colmndo There-la .- HnUo- w t h. and William Elsenmnnn, b 11. M Djn aii Guardian ud litem, Plain tiffs vs. William Hund. of St Joseph, Mi s i Fitda niuni, Michael Hand, I f ic Luti, J. O. Schneider, Trustee, M it'n hell PWmrr, Allen Frowrt.v f - liaii, alo the following pel-si.ns, i' Uiic. to-wlt. Joseph Oner. JacoV. n,r There-ftt lliir, Thetc.Ia Hosel r lli.ml tir Hoel, Berth .Muhl lr u f Miuie Anna ner. tlernhard (isei Joseph llof'inan, Joel)hlne Tl.ie Ferdinand Muhl, Luis Jose fil.o Kornfeld. Alois llutul, Anselm H nil, Wilhelm Hund, .lohann Carl II id l.uoli Wilhelm Hand, Cirl II. r . h ltund llelnrlch Oeono Si In rrlpiirith Wilhelm Muller, n a if nut 4ie. then their unknown uwirK heirs, devisees dodoes, alien ees or immediate, mesne or lem...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918 WAR'S SCARS SHOW STUFF THAT'S IN OUR BOYS "Game" Too Weak a Word and New One Must be Coined to Designate Unselfish Spirit Shown by Wounded, A rrny Surgeon Declares Youtlis, Rough on the Surface, - Suffer in Silence Insisting Others NeedAidMore than They Scenes in Dressing Stations at Front By CLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND THEY wore comlnc back out of tho bot blast of the great battle those boys of a cer tain division now famous throughout Franco and one day to bo famous throughout the jvorld. Thoy were not coming back because they wanted "to, nor because they had had enough of It; they were being brought on stretchers, wounded, gassed, shell-shocked, to an advanced dressing station. Some of them Beemed jhst boys. One could see them grit their teeth to hold back tho moan of pain. "Hard luck, Pal?" said a doctor lntorrogatlvely, as tho bearers set down n stretchor In the courtyard. The boy ohrugsod hia shoulders, actually shrugged the...

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. — 21 September 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918 Mnn'n work l from nii to un. Hut vviimniiN work l never ilono." WHY I in est In wverul stoves to 1, .1 our home when "tie fur n.uc will do the work, wiving I th in toal ami labor and besides 1h more comfortable nnd more healthful Tt , 11 I il.c n m ith toil to heat two roun with i iioo .is It nil! i c t In ' i win I limine with a Pipeless Furnace c.i ,. r?Ersu ti??Jea.l 4&&eS8iSBlMI' VSBSSL?UsS&- -JaSKKl'S1 C. Till IT will m I sjicll ill jour bnaeuient Gc tnj price before ou mnke ar rangements fin the coming winter. I wilt niHiiip jou Mk pavings on the proposition M. J. DONEGAN Thorn- M. 0J0. 110 . -till SI. MS F ROM ALL OVER IAL MISSOURI didn't Jump, wild liefoic lio could pick out nil good place to laud he had Bono b 'cm." 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 wr m: in Tin ikkpt i on CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED...

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. — 5 October 1918

The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 NUMBI'R 5 TO DO THE GREAT WORK IN THE FIRST THREE DAYS V That Is the Way That St. Joseph's and the County's "' Quota Will Be Raised And With That Done the Kaiser Is That Much Nearer His Coming Doom Put It over the first thiee day. Put over, what? , Why, St. Joseph and lluehonan count) 's quota of tho great Fourth IJbeity Loan that's what. It will help to swat tho Knlser It will help to bring the war to a close the sooner therefore it wili, nn DONE. That In the way that the people of thin city and this county feel about It now and it In Just forty-eight hours before they will show how decidedly they are In earnest by substituting their money for their preparation that In now going on. Chairman Ned King has his work ers organized they are organized a only Ned King knows how to organize them and each and every worker knows what he has to do and he or she knows how to do the part that lias been assigned to th...

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

MdbOWtfUawU' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1013 "Y" Becomes Biggest Vaudeville Booking Agency in the World m J wffi?" 0f6 t?l F. J ,111 4ij I w i'i Jm iSH .MSi "TW )ttt557s1: W"" K.fAf imii ,. " lrfr w-jwm tmuii ywtrawB ft MmnrrA, . .mvm. n n i vssi an.' .? vfi" i r j s- L'&zmr m 'A fl i otiot iisr fer8i '. ffl .IPWl' .v ipwini m-t : wtL,TL' I fcvi ''W53iii5iHB 5n I " RSS .j.v . 1 K-i?Mti.n TugW VV53 HOWARD WILLSFCflK jtuIweonesiwy NIGHT responsible for the building up of the booking office and Its success. All of the talent volunteer their services find receive no pay. Many pay all of their expenses, others all but their railway faro. Tho Red Triangle, however, pays the living expenses of most of them. GET LOCAL ATMOSPHERE An entertainer booked on the camp circuit Is expected to do more than lust give his "act." The "T" expects him to teach men In tho camps who are gifted musically or histrionically some act which they can do later to tntertaln their fel- Suppli...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER,SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 i P GAS FAILS TO HALT "SUICIDE SQUAD" ife -' ---' ' ?e &$'tf"$Q'''- aI.''?Mr.re? 3 0 a H mrggrf 1 Posted by tho Censor. Cop right 1911. Nyifc' The British Tommies named machine gunners the "Suicide Squad" The Yanki attll call 'em that, but the aulclds It usually that of the Hun who gets fresh with one. These gunners are working In gas masks and the man In front is feeding the gun at the rate of 500 shots a minute. The American buying a $50 Liberty Bond keeps this gun In ammunition for two minutes of this kind of firing, time enough to annihilate a formation of advancing Hunt. This picture tells a graphic story, place. It means a few names on the . toward Berlin. The partner over here not only of the two red blooded Yanks j casualty list next day. whose dollars go to war in this Fourth who. are braying gas and shrapnel to The combination that Veepe the gun Liberty Loan is important Indeed, keep their machine gun going, but also ) ...

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. — 5 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER S, 1MI THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER F U A N K r It H Y T A C IMItor nnd Publisher. Ill KDMOND STRUCT ricu:itioNc main S9B Business or Editorial. TEIOIS OF SVRSCltllTlON fir Year 100 Ai'virtlslnK Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER si i wnoini st. st. Jokopn, Mo. Entered at the Joseph, Missouri. lts.ll Matter. Poitoffic in Bt. as Secend Class lH'.MtM'llATIC TICKET. United Staler Senator JCSEFH W. FOLIC. Soi.t P Hillc Schools FKL V. LAM KIN. ) J idge S ipiemw Court No. 1 WALLER V. GRAVES. Rawres-nMtlve in Congress CHARLES F. BOOHKR. I foate .Senator TllOMAj J. I.Y.SAGHT. J . Ige Circuit Court No. 1 HRB.SVK A VORIB3. llspreaentatlve V'lrt District W. W. WATKIN8. Representative Second District 1 fSKORGE M ALLISON. ' Repieentstlve Third District ki.heht spencer. Representative Fourth District JAMES R BYRNE. P Mldlng Judge County Court .1 II. MeCLANAHAN. J i If ounty Court. First District ' JAMBS f. HUNT. I J ills County C...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 1 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph day for destrorlnr prtvnte property of the St. Francis hotel. Hw claimed that he was locked In hU room. Mr, flyman Hooe died nt the N'oyes hospital Wednesday from Influenza with complications. J. C. Whltiell, M. I)., eye, ear, nose and throat. Whltsell & Simmons Hid. (Advt.) Ed. Moffeti a patrnlmsh ot four j oars wrvlee, reshrnect Wednesday. Anything: Which Has Occurred Deserving-of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Mr, and Mrs. lien Showers, 92.1 South Tenth, have received official notification from Washington tn the effect that their son, Senrt. John V. Showers, who had previously been re ported as wounded In France, had died from the effects of his Injuries. He was twenty-five years of Hge. The cltv hf-Ut.li board has complet ed a nr health bungalow for tuber cuIohIs patients at 221! Sacramento utreet. br...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH .QggERVER, SATURY OCTOBER 5, 1918 ,- 3ioi3 Unth Day of October, 1I18, on or be- ,,., .; ... ... H-vno fore ,,le Thlr(1 Vay ot i term, to OHlll.U Ol 1 1111,11 uo.. nmwcP iiinintlffV petition, the fame In the Ctri uit Cont of the State or .vl, be taken for conffMotl n to Mis-uurl. within ami for Buchanan tjlcm Hllu n orfler .decree, nnd Judg Countv, to the. October, 1318, Teim ,llenf rendered accordingly, useei tain thereof. , ' ing and determining the right, title Uosn.n Hund. Wllllun Hunil or Hn ler(,,t f tle parties. Plaintiff Pueblo rolorado. Theresla jschjiulto- ,llml i)t,ft,nii,iiit, in and to the above vv Kb, .11 J William Klsenmann, by 11. descilbed real istnte. ami ordering M Pin an, (Juardlun ad litem, I 'linn- , tnHt ludnriient of partition be m tiffs. . h VS. Milium llimd, of St Joseph, Mists-. ( Freda Blum, Mb had Ilund, Ef le I,il7., J i Schnilder, Trustee, A Mit'u-hell Palmer Alien Property Cum num. also thi following person', If ilno tn-vvit Joeih l)er, ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, UClOBER 5, 1918 JrrriirirrJr.rJrrrJr Patt Bros. 6T. Joseph's hk:ii.clajs TAILORS 511 imNCJS 511, - - TIME TO PAINT VAN IIUItMN Homo PnlnH. $2.50 a gnUon: IIkI Kirtr. IMInt, S12Spor KHllim; Iltihberolit Hoofing, M.SO to J2.2S jier nqiiare J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2011 St Jo.rpli Avenue K TEX Take thu nicctrle Line to KANSAS CITY MHEKTY AND BX- CELsion springs. Shortest route, qu'ekert Uitvo, heat service. TraltiH leave 8tlt and Edtnond fits. Limited 10 a. m. nnd 1 p m. Local every hour on (lis half from St30 a m. to 7-.10 p. m.: then 9:20 Btul 1T15 p. m. Tell Your Neighbors tlio St. Joseph Render ing Works will remove freo of linrt;o ivltlilii ten uillcr of St .Inseyli, or buy any deutl stock If brought to tliolr plunt. Phono Main 1410. tiid A Atchison, 8t Joseph, Mo. W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S Tim Only RoOnnrnnt on roll Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. ' Sixth and Francis Streets Phones 130 and III HASTY MESSENGER CO...

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