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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 MniiN work Is from mn to mm, Hut woman's oik Is never done." WHY Invest in several stoves to hnit your home t hen one fur nace will do the work, saving you both 111 coal nnd labor, ami besides, Is more comfortable and more healthful. It win take as much coal to heat two looms with irstove as It will take to hint a whole house with a Pipeless Furnace sJaggSg rill IT will not spoil in your basement Get mv price before inu make ar rangements for the coming winter. 1 will assure vou big savings on the proposition. M. J. DONEGAN Phono M. 11.10. 110 i-o. Ith .St. NEWS FROM ALL OVER MPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In the Greatest State iit the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pon and a Very Little Actual Labor A II. Oreene, who is now In his 'change of name. The petitioner told "fth enr, is at Will Million's this, the court that the mime Knl&er has week, helping him to sow wheat, become "so damned o...

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. — 12 October 1918

The St. Joseph Observe VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1918 NUMBER 6. THE LIBERTY LOAN NOT GOING FAST ENOUGH St. Joseph and Buchanan County Must Put on a Little More Power and Speed The Half-Way House Long Passed, But the End is Not Yet In Plain Sight Oxer half of that four million that fit. Joseph nnd Buchanan countj must. rale to so over the top has been secured and the other end Is being gone after as certainly anil bb de terminedly as Chairman Neil King's skilled workers can reach tho pros pects. That other half Is also mil started und It will be raised ns St. Joseph and Buchanan county always do what Uncle Sam wants them to do and he wants that Ions four million and he shall liae It. - As could not be otherwise expected from as careful and consistent and prudent a business man as E. A. Kins, the drlvo started off Monday afternoon on schedule time and from that time on and at the present It Is moving along with the regularity of clockwork for that Is the way tha...

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. — 12 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 WHAT A SALARIED MAN MAY LIVE ON A FEW FARMS FOR SALE By Booher & Williams Fourteen Himdrcd Dollars Is 'the Minimum That Is e Fixed EPIDEMIC PREVENTION Use PINT-O-CIDP' for disinfecting PeU. Tables, Counters, Flours, Woodwork and other surfaces in the In Hue ami all public budding. ess is soluble in water TIa-. a delightful fragrant odor. I3 nun-irritating It is endorsed thruout the country by pin siciatis and bacteriologist. M.V't.'FACTrHKD RX'T.fSIVKI.Y BY Pine yard i?CI Main 1560 St. Joseph, Mo. TO OL'R TKADF. ONLY: FOR DISI.AY IN ni'SIN'IS HOUSFS VE FUR NISH riXl.-O-ClDE HFLTH CARDS iitterCTri'rrgr?nrger3ggag.'aLj wp r j; x?. t-nrg.TTg-; rsxxeTvrfH It 9ft f 8T rr.MK.VT oi' Tin: owxru- SHIP. .M N.Uiaii:NT, CIKCUI.A- thj.v inc. iiKgriKi:i uv tiii r or com; it km or acui'st 21. IBIS. nf The St Joseph Observer pub lished weekly at St. Joseph. Mo. for October 1, 1113. State of Missouri. County of Bu- hinun ws Before me, a United ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 12 October 1918

a J a. w.- ,4 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY; OCTOBER 12, 1918 I m, wmmmft zrL'y& ).! vjl" i, A7itb.4Bir -i .." crw v. .CAA S5(Si8S(8&SBflS(!eiSitSSSiS5e 3 When I Come Home! WHEN I come home and leave behind Dark things I would not call to mind, I'll taste good ale and home-made bread, And see white sheets and pillows spread; And there is one who'll softly creep To kiss me, ere I fall asleep And tuck me 'neath the counterpane, And I shall be a boy again When I come home! WHEN I come home, from dark to light And tread the roadways long and white, And tramp the lanes I tramped of yore, And see the village greens once more, The tranquil farms, the meadows free, The friendly trees that nod to me, And hear the lark beneath the sun, ' Twill be good pay for what I've done When I come home! LESLIE COULSON (Killed U Action, Oct. 7, 1916) If 'Twill be good pay!" It Is the only re- ward they ask -these fighting men of ours to come home, victorious. It is the debt we owe can we pay i...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 12 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1&18 1 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r n a x k r n 1: y t a IMItor nuil lutillicr. Stl I3DMOND STREET. mLEPHONE MAIN S05 Business or Editorial. TI'ltMS OP SVllhC'lUPTION Ptr Ye-ir 11.00 Aflverttslii Kutca on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER Sll Lfiiond 8t. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the l'OHtoftlce In St. Joseph. Missouri, as Soccncl Class Malt Matter. l)lUrit.T10 TICKUT. Un'ied states Senator JOSRI'H W. FOLK, fl' pi P ibllc Schools UFL W. LAMKtN. J life .-supreme Court No. 1 WALLER W. QUA VIM. Reprsntntlve In Congress CHARLES F. BOOHER. H'a'e Senator THOMAS J. LYSAOHT. Jutfse i lrcult Court No. 1 LAWRENCE A. VOHIES. representative Flrt District W. W. WATKINS. ItM'tesentatlve Second District UKOROE At. ALLISON. Hepresentatlv e Third District ELBERT S.PENCER. Representative fourth District JAMES R. BYRNE. V esld ng Judge County Court J. It. MeCLANAHAN. ,Iul t'ounty Court, First District JAMES I-'. HUNT. Julse County ...

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. — 12 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph and Mrs John C. Demur, 1010 Pacific street, brouslit the newi of the death of their son, who -was with an aero squadron at Dayton, Ohio. Sol R. A. Furguson, president of tho St. Joseph llailroad Club, dlod of pneu monia at Tulsa, Oklahoma, Saturday. The remains were taken to Marysvllle, Kus., his former home, for burial. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns John F. Campbell, a former well known resident of this city, died at Lot Angetea Sunday. Tho Ollpln Hay & Grain Co. is a new commission firm which opened for business this week. Some sneak stole n J 123 motoring cost rrom l O. Page's garage Mon day night. wait shot and killed by Simon Haw Kins Aug. 17, died at her homo Satur day. Sho Is survived by nine children. Will rt. Mlllan has received word of the death of his ne...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 12 October 1918

THE ST.-JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,1 lofl' ESC sa "Mini's ork N friiin miii to mm, Hut milium'! work Is neior done." WHY invest In scverul stoves to In at our In. me when one fur- .up will tin the wcuk. saing ou I'plh In cual and labi-i, anil besides, !3 nim-c (oinfuitniile mid more healthful. It will take ni nun h cool to heat in mums mih i store as It will t.K' to heat a whole house with a Pipeless Furnace mm$&? i .'-MTd i. . xj i'.i m :m FK'IT will tint pc.l In iur ba'!iH'!it. Get n ink'C Iwfnre you make ar rttngi me t f . t the i oniing wln'er. I will n-aii'o iu big KHinn on the inpnFltion. M. J. DONEGAN Phone M. J0. 110 So. Illi SI. Wli WW. IX Till: MXIIKICT ron CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED Pend ih vnmplea ami m'l t Hntl trade FARBER SEED CO. fct .liepli. Mo. Phone- l.'.TU 720 So. tth St. pJrsJrrrJfrJrpi' .SHOE REPAIR ING AND Sl-qjv. I.N'G PARLORS )oo f4n have ,w ilion fur t!j entire fuallr b bringing i) 0M ori rtrt. Ve mtke them m r - pood nw, itai tin 1.1. t. -i . ....

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 12 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 Patt Bros. ST. JOSEPH'S HIGU-CIiASS TAILORS Bit FRANCIS 511. TIME TO PAINT VAN UUHHN Hotis Paints, $2.50 a gallon: Red Barn Paint, $1.25 per gallon; Kublieroid Hoofing, 1 1.(50 to $2.25 per rquaro J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. Mil St Jostyh Arenue Take tlio F.lccirlc Line to KANSAH CITY. MBItiRTT AND BX CRLSIOFl SPRINGS. Shortest route. qulcleBt time, beat en Ice. Trains leave Sth and EJmond sts. Limited 10 a. m. and t p. m. Local everv hour on the half from 5'30 a. m. to 7:20 p. m.: then 9:30 and 11:15 p. m. Toll Your Neighbors tho St. Joseph Render ing Works will remove free of rliargo within ton miles or St. Joseph, or buy any ilcnd stuck If brought to tholr plant. riione Jin In 1110. 2nd A AtchUun. SU Joseph, Mo, W HEN YOU EAT Co To SPELLMAN'S Tbo Only Restaurant on Felix Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR AI.Ii OCCASIONS ) Stuppy Floral Co. ffe Blxth and Francis Btreeta Z"1 Phones ISO and $$1 HASTY BIESSENGETt CO. DAaaAOB. LIGHT HAULING ...

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. — 12 October 1918

I 8 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 a, NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPEREAL Ht ole lady Mreks." he Is alleged to have said, "damned If 1 don't think I'm seeln" double." MISSOURI 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 ' ou can drive a Bolshetlk to wa- i roots, and tome of It will make a pc trr mjs the Ashland Bugle, "but i can't make him wash." 'The Germans fight nobly," says the Mokane Mlwourian, "to keep f 1 . m getting self-government " The Ashland Bugle Is of the opinion tiibt to sidetrack a train of thought u i have to know which Is switch. 'Men may come and men may ko," sights the Eldorado News wearily, u it Tncle Tom's Cabin' goes on for- ond crop, lie snjs the roots toiid up so much energy In the hot sum mer that when the rains came a rapid growth was promoted. The Brookfleld Argint believes that with the gient coal fields of France recovered from tho Huns,...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 19 October 1918

The St. Joseph Observei VOLUME XI. NOW PULL-HEAVE -AND ALTOGETHER And St. Joseph Will Go Over the Top and Help Our Boys to Win the War This Is the Crucial Period and St. Joseph Must Not Show the "White Feather Do you know, people of St. Joseph, thnt today, Saturday, October 19, 1918, is a critical day In the history of this city? Do you know that today It rests with J you and ou alone as to whether St. Joseph shall hold up Its head with pride among the other cities of the land, or whether It shall hang the head In shamo In the presence of Its betters? and that you will be the ones who will help to make either. It will not involve any special hard course tiossllile? and that you will ship on any one Individual. Your by your actions today make It so? Do you know that your sons, your brothers, your husbands, and your fathers are over In blood-drenched France nnd need your aid? And do 'rank of Director King's noble army jou know thut if you do not give It to land do your plain duty and ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 19 October 1918

I THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 Sheep Need Winter Care "Mnii'n wnik I Trom sun to sun, Hut Minium's Mink It never ilouc." WHY Invest in sevoial stoves to heat jour linme when imp fur nace will lo the work, saving ou t'otli In conl and IhIiui, anil besides, Is mire comfortable and more healthful It will ti'.e ni much coul to heat ti t Mi'inm w th i stm o ns It will i iki' t licit a whole house with a Pipaless Furnace WANTED TIMOTHY AMI CLOVER SEED Al I'OI CORN A FEW FARMS FOR SALE By Booher & Williams traxrz2333i3SJRS Agents for the, '( I IPPEK' Sc-il mid irnln Cleaner Mitchelhill Seed Co. 2ml mill t hailes si Joseph, Mo, lpsrfry .JJfflfi-mpKsmff .-,-.i.'??afTWBgg a cytw?:TO3W?2Se3-" f rwsensr. "zrwvzxttnamez'sti - r?3?5ss?i':,s;-'! frwsw Si'Uii. K2M3fl iMI sTr, SSScs-8- sss. .'- 1 IT will not spuil in mr 1 st l l'U i ' mi piitt iffttto tui mane ar ii )it ti ert ft t thi' cumins v in tor I Ml a sure you bit; 8ainws on the tuOpoHitton. M. J. DONEGAN IMiotio M...

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. — 19 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 Patt Bros. BT. JOSEPH'S HIGH-CTiAbS TAILORS , 511 rilANCIS 311. TIME TO PAINT VAN IltmRN Houra I'nlnto, JI.DO n Kiillon: lied Hum I'dlnt, $1 25 per Killnn; Rubhcrohl Hoofing-, $1.60 to 12 25 per square. J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. SOU St. Jottpli Avtnue Take the Electric Line to KANSAS CITV, MBRRTY AND EX. CELfllOH SPRINGS. Shortest route, quickest time, best service. Trains leave 8th and Edmond tts. Limited 10 a. m. and I p. m. Local eery hour on the. half from 5:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.: then 9:30 and 11:15 p. m. Tell Your Neighbors the St. Joseph Render ing Works will remove free of charge within ten mile of St. Joseph, or huy an (lead stock If brought to tlielr plant. Phono Main 1440. Ind X. Atrhlson. St. Joseph, Mo. IS W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S The Only Itotiuirant on Felix Street Choice Cut Flowers FOIl ALL. OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blath and Francli Street! Fhonei JtO and til HASTY MESSKNOEIl CO. BAGGAGE, LIGHT HAULINO MES...

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. — 19 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 HE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r it x u r u i: y r i Hilllor ntni Publisher. 811 edmoxd street, telephone main 595 Business or Editorial. TFIIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION p. r Year..., A'V-ruslhB 1cm In arithmetic "How many strokes loos a ilneK make In striking the hours In twelve hours''" Thl will be some fun. There's an other way to get some fun out of the change The hour set for wrenching iho time without Jtiriltig the machin ery Is 2 u. tn Few people need to be toUl thai this 1 an unearthly hour. I acts the name In war .11 he did In ot'ier German divisions, tome of whom peace. Mot of us mioa- thnt tho war fomtht until few of them were left, cannot be won In tint wuv. Is It pos- 'and thoso that were left waited for Mble In that fntihln to vMn imlltl. .il outers before "Miey stilted for the Mctorlea for the n-.iiiidi in p.itt.' 'ear. The Guard Is mostly composed .... . of sous of the junkers, and events Till: "VlT.Mi lhStlK" OP SITFRAGE proved tha...

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. — 19 October 1918

THE ST- JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST SeTwLlfeOTTM'Sa Saturday Store Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. MnGmM$ The New October Coats Are Stunnin In their fancy larjjc collars, cuffs and pockets, trimmed or plain belts, and the semi huel e e ts iso inc smart iiim-waisieu niuueis tor me younjr miss, i ne materials are rversrt . iMeln i crsr , imcmi i $25 Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Cheviot and Velours, in the new winter shades of navy, reindeer, taupe. I'ttr gundy, pansy, bryvwi, Russian green, wine and black About iv.enty-fite mod els from which ,t,ij make your selection. Coats that cannot be dupli ated ajjun this season, cither as to styles or values. See them today at only Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Ilx-Mayor Mnrshnll, food ndniluls-1 Oklahoma City. She was the mother trator, has furnished the Andrew of Ur. W. I Whitllngton, county food co...

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. — 19 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19,' 1918 o FFICIAL BALLOT To Be Voice! Democratic Ticket 1 r Senator In Ctinaii for Missouri- JOSEPH W. FOLK I nr Superintendent of Public Schools: UI8L W. LAMKIN Tor Judge of the Supreme Court DlvMon No. One' WALTER W. CHAVES Fcr Representative In Oongren for Missouri for Fourth District: CHARLES F. HOOHKR l""r State Senator for Missouri for Second District: THOMAS J. LYHAGHT )" i Judge of the Circuit Court for the Sixth Judicial Circuit DMtlon No. Two (Unexpired Term) LAWRENCE A. VOHIKd V. r Representative First Legislative District: W. W. WATKINS For Representative Second Leglsia tle District: GKORCJE M. ALLISON 1 r Hoprasentatlvo Third Leclsla tlvo District- ELBERT F. SPBNCER l- r Representative Fourth Leglsta tlvo District: jamer n. nrrtNB ) r Presiding J udge of th County Court: J. II. MeCLANAHAJJ 1 . r Judge of C it Court Plrst District: JAMf- " HUNT I "i Judge 1 1 Court Second niatrl' ' 01 i .i i; SQUIRES I r J I .it.- i' rt; I l I...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 19 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 SENATH CONCUUUINU THERE IN: That nt the Kenernl election to b tielil In t It 1m slate on the Tuesday fol low Ins tlio first Monday In November, 1918, the following ninemlinent to the Constitution of the Htatc of Missouri shall he submitted to "the qualified voter of the Mate, to-wit: Se.'tlon 12u or iirtlcle 10, of the Conitltullon of the MhIc of illsxourl ahall ho amended hy ItinprttiiR be tween the oril ".same" nnd the wont "provided" Ob the same appears on line ten thoieof the follow Ins woids "or for the purpose of nfrnlnR nil or nnv part of the cost of paving, inicndnmlxltit;. cradlni; or otherwise tinprutlnir the roadway of any street, avenue or h!Ip within the corporate limits of Hiuh city," so that wild sec tion Hhill iomiI :is follows. Section 12u. Certain cities allowed to Incur nddltlonal Indebtedness for water workH and llRht plants. Any city In tHx st.ito containing not more than thlrtv thorsond (30.000) nor loss shall...

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. — 19 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 ) F.WS FBOEVS ALL OVER MPERIAL liSSQURI 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 puiMii Plerpont sold his 210 aero f. i three miles northeast of Marv ''i to o ii. Gra, the consideration be ps 40 000. h tt i is so high," 8 the Weft Vi is Journal, "that a person Is .le i to death to find a hair In tho el r iru irlne." t llnoga Xm In the Butter Dem c rji hjk u well known Irish Corne ll .- ills his lcglstratlon card his "Gen an hunting license." r ro M Gray has cold his farm of s t mrts two miles southwest of Msrcttile to William Myers of near l'u ' it iik the purchase prtce being 'o on aiTe, JU.Oi'O for the tract. Ar, olil holler that was used for a m mill near Harrli blew up Monday ii'terti.n.n and killed Charles tlurkley o r ght and wounded Sam Paule so liti 1 that he died that night. outburst: "Having bought at a church fond ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 October 1918

The St. Joseph BQT?"0!n?T VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918 NUMBER S. VOTE FOR THESE HEN AND BACK WILSON For They Are Loyal Patriotic Americans and Will Stand Behind America's Great President JUST HAVE TO VOTE The City Council by Kcwolution Woulil Force Men to Utlllo the Franchise. And Help Him to Win the War and Then Stand Back of His Peace Programme You ate a loil patriotic American one who has red blood, and jou love jourcountry ns you love jour wife, your children, your mother, or )our sweetheart. F6r this reason jou want to do your full duty and that Is to back up our great president In the stupendous task of winning this war which he Is pwlftly and surely doing- back him up In the Kreat task or re-adjustment which must surely come when this cruel war Is over. Of course you hae been backing him rlcht along as far as you could, You have bouKht IJberty bonds jou have given freclj to the lied Cross and all of the other noble war allcvlat- and then to! state, s...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPHODSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913 Patt Bros. &T. Joseph's iitr.ii-CLss TAILORS 511 ntANClb 3U. YTMririrrrisf TiTHfl7T'3"" i Attention TIME TO PAINT VAN Ht'Hi:' Hniw Taints. J2 GO n gallon. He I Barn Paint. $1 25 per Kiilloi), Hobheiold Hoofing. $1 60 to 12.25 per niuare J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2et3 St loseph Avenue Take tho Electric Line to KANSAS CITY. LIUEIITY AND EX CHLSIOR SPRINGS Shortest route, quickest time. bet service. Trains leave Sth nnd Edmond st Limited 10 a m and 4 pm. Lo al evcrv hour on the half from 5 10 a m to 7 30 p. m.: then 9 10 ind 11 15 p m 9 r armers gxsEasassmiisBsxzisssssssBSxl Tell Your Neighbors tlio St. Joseph Render ing Works will remove free of rlmrjro within It'll miles of St. .li)pih. or liuy uii) dead stock if brought to their plant. Plume Mtitn 1410. ml t IiImjp. St. Joseph, Mo rmri'.'nVi'innmiTiTinTrnrTrTT W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S TL-0 Only Kc'tiurant on Felix Street Make a lor 2-Ton Truck Out of That Old Car Why sacrifi...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 October 1918

SI ? v ft 4 JI " jJk THE' ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918 Announcement by Anheuser - Busch Missouri's Largest Industrial Institution President Wilson, as a necessary conservation measure, hasissued a Proclamation prohibiting the manufacture of cereal beverages on and after Dec. 1, 1918, which Proclamation also makes it necessary to dis: continue the manufacture of Bevo the Anheuser - Busch soft drink . As a patriotic duty we accept without reservation the conditions of the President's, Proclamation and on and after December 1 our manufactur ing plants will be c!osed---and they will remain closed until such time as we may be permitted to reopen them with full sanction of the Govern ment, or until we convert them for the manufacture of materials re quired by the Government in the prosecution of the war. : : : r The Government's conservation program makes it necessary to suspend the heveragc business of the Anheuser-Busch plants. Wc consider it a privilege to co-operate...

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