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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER T It A N K l- It 1" Y T A O Editor ami Publisher. 811 BDMOSD STilKKT. .LEFHONE MAIN" Business or Editorial. the world, In any country, has rvcr'u political party, -thriving cm his m limited a wsr OHtiip.ilBii as success- "martyrdom." We want no unnecos fMli .is lus this administration, unil wiry nnri avoidable sentimentality m.iiH of these war measures wero n- 'about llohenzollcrns In Germany. We pnw.i by the Itepubllran party In I want to tnnke Germany sick of Huhen- (Allures for partisan reasons, v hilt? Izollerns. rlalnieri to be supporting the S9o they J war. - The Shipping Hill, by which our TI'KMS OF St'USCltllTlON shipping Interests have been ltuuiUK- Year 11.00 eil. was opposed by the Hepubllrans, rtislnB Rates on Application. ,, miminlstrotlon that has con- ducted the war so sueccssftill can certainly be trusted to manage the reconstruction of this country, ami all the measures to safe-guard the peo...

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. — 26 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY..OCTOBER 26, 198 I LOCAL MATTERS OF ' GENERAL INTEREST Connett, of Die 139th Infantry, hint ben slightly wounded in Prance i"'ept, 27. Hr. .t. 1'. HtHincy wan on Tuesday Hiipulnted county jihyslclan by the county court to fill the place left va cant by Dr. V. J. Hunt, gone to war. A. U. Brole-, Monday, was to th- ef fect that her brother, 1'rltate Albert Mcltrldp, win severely wounded In Prance July 25. MmfiimWoll&i Private James Guntir, 172? Tenter street, was severely wounded In Prance last week. It rriMt Jim &hprlf.in nf Ponpnntlon Paragraphs Wliich Tell of the Happenings of Local Junction, mo., :s u. interview nn n . y . ci I L. lunknown negro at tho corner of Main Moment in Greater St. Joseph . lsa(lore ,Ionuav 11B1. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns The uniforms for students In train- (iiiK at me nitfn .ciinuiA win ne neie h the time the schools reopen. !' Parm of 240 acre 3 miles from ...

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. — 26 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY1, pCTOBER 2C, 1918 OFFICIAL BALLOT To Be Voted at the General Election, to Be Held Tuesday, November 5th, 1918 Democratic Ticket For Senator In Congress for Missouri JOSEPH W FOLK For Superintendent of FuWtc Schools: UEL W. LAM KIN For Judge of the Supreme Court Pi ision No. One. AU,KH W. GRAVES Tor Representative In Congiess for Missouri for Fourth T)ltr!ct: CHARLES T UOOI1EH F r State Senator for Missouri for .-ennd District THOMAS J. LYSAOHT For Judge of tlie Circuit Court for the .Sixth Judicial Circuit OiU-lon No. Two (Unexpired Term) LAWRENCE A. VOUIES For Rcpreentatlv irst Legislative District: W. W. WATK1NS For Representative Second Leglsla. ti e District: GEORGE M ALLISON For Representative Thlnl LeKlla tive District: ELBERT F. SPENCER For riepreentatlve Foutth Legisla tive District: JAMES R. BYRNE For Presiding Judge of tho Count) Court J II. MiCLANAIIAN For Judge of County Court First Tiibiili t: JAMES C HUNT For Jjdue of County Court Sec...

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. — 26 October 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918 J k i SKNATH CONCUKKINO TtlCnC- IN: Thnt at the general election (o be held in this state on tho Tuesday fol lowlns the first Monday In November, 1918, the following amendment to tho Constitution of tho stute of Missouri shall bo submitted to the qualified voter of the st:ite, to-vvlt: Section 12a of article 10, of the Constitution of the stale of Missouri shall be amended by Inserting be tween tho word "same" and the word "provided" ns the same nppeurs on line ten thereof, the following winds: "or for the purpose of defraying all or any part of the cost of paving, macadamizing, grading or otherwise Improving the roadway of any street, avenue or alley within tho corporalo limits of such city," so that said sec tion shall read as foltowsr Section i:n. Certain cities allowed to Incur additional Indebtedness for water works and light plants. Any city In this state containing not more than thirty thousand (30,000) nor less than two tho...

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. — 26 October 1918

4., Jt THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918 Hasafcmmjwjawi.il uracil cmvcminnDBnfnvnninmvnwnimml Mini's ork Is from sun lo pun, Hut nnniniiN work Is ncvrr ilone." WHY Invest In several stovei to licit jour liome when one fur lia e will tit) the H m k caving vou lioth In oal and labor and besides Is more comfortable ami mine healthful It will tulie as much ' .il to heat two roc ins wuh a Hum1 as It will take to heat n whole ho isc with a Pipeless Furnace f;!lMlgftgii!!fe. rill IT will not n. 1 hi inur basen i,' Get r pi ire hpf, r - i make ar rangeiie is for the mining winter I w ii assure jou bn, havings on the i r-position. M. J. DONEGAN Phone At. 0.10. 110 so. -till SI. NEWS FB OMALL ERgAL OVER MISSOURI body of one of the IAowns brothers to Its last resting place. interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo I the Greatest State in the Union Herbert Pence, a- young farmer liv ing northwest of Princeton, was struck on the heatl with tu ball bat by Clar ence Thomas a...

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. — 2 November 1918

The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME XI. MJOSLPH, MO., SA'l URDA KOVbMDhlt 2, 1918 NUMBER 9 THE TICKET WHICH STANDS FOR TRUE AMERICANISM It Is Made Up of Men Who Have and Will Do Their Duty to the People And Who Stand with President Wilson and His Programme to Win the Great War The acid test of fitness to hold pub- I lie office this jiar la that of true Am erican patriotism and devotion to Wil son, the gieat war president, who Is; now successfully u Inning the greatest war in the history o'f the world. The man who Is true to him and true to his policies Id the man for the people of this community to elect to public office, and a man who cannot qualify In every respect In these needed re quirements Is not fit to ask for, let nlone hold, public office Without heltatlon and with full knowledge of each and every candi date on the Ust this paper unheMtat Ingl) submits these men as the ones whom the voters should give their bal lots on next Tuesday, confident that each and evcrj one of them wil...

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. — 2 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 WWWWP Patt Bro s. ST JOMI'II s IIK.II-CI Wl TAILORS Ml IIUMI'- ill. TIME TO PAINT ! i w nt isrc.N iii ihc iinnii jj .f a Dillon lied Uu l'.uiit $t ,'j u r Ka I m litihlioiiiiil P.imrhiK M'" to J" -" per square J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. Tak the r.le trie I Ine to Kansas mtv i.ikkuty vnu rx CI U-iHM! ,sPI!IViJS Shortest rna'e 'pi'ikcst time, bot service Trili leave Stli and Edmund st Iiii'i1 10 n m ind 4pm I - al ov r hn ir on thu nil' froT I) it m to 7 10 p m tlmn 'i '1 iil II tl n m sassa It'll our .elL'lilxir.i II. o 12 St, Joseph Render-1 in V u will remove fn of i li irsii wltlilit it'll tulle- f SI .lo-i-pn in buy jjj iiij iii-au v.iuk it urouj. it iu Uieir "H pi.int. Phono Main 1110 5j Inrt liliiiiin St .lo-rph Mo E 7JHS3rSHDZ3ZZ2!EE2Z3EB5 W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELL MAN'S The Onl Kn-tiwnnt on Fells. Strrvt Choice Cut Flowers FOR A IX OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blr.th an 1 rrancls Street Phones 330 and 331 HA 8 T Y snM v nt co. n...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 November 1918

,THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 ') KHMf 2iiiSSr TJBM Rl r Prohibition and Your Tax Bills STATE REVENUE derived annually from the manufacture and sale of malt, vinous and distilled beverages: Beer Inspection Fees ' .$ 416,026.99 Wholesale Liquor Licenses ......: 52,000.00 Fees of Excise Commissioner of City of St. Louis 37,45 1 A Fees of Excise Commissioners of St. Louis County. . : 3,278. 1 6 Dramshop Licenses ,. , 1 ,200,000.00 Manufacturers and Merchants Licenses, Corporation, Franchise and Income Taxes, paid by Brewers and Dealers; Taxes on Real Estate used in the Brewing, Dramshop and Collateral Industries, estimated conservatively 300,000.00 TOTAL $2,008,756.56 TOTAL STATE REVENUE from above sources for biennial period, over FOUR MILLION DOLLARS. HB This represents 40 per cent of the State Revenue Fund out of which the general appropriations of Missouri lfcEl W are paid, and it is 16 per cent of the total receipts of Missouri from all sources. M CITY and CO...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 191S THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER i u M i i: i i r ti Lilllor nml PnbliMior. fll CDMoND Mill ':T. n UTIIONB MAIN' Business or Ui itoilil 6, - I TrifMs or stn-uui-noN 'ear J1.00 rtislifte Kates on Application. A-lrcss All Communications to Tin: observer I i nond St. fct Joseph, Mo. 1 'r"d fit the Joseph Missouri, Mji Matter. Postoftlce In St as SeceriU Class injux'itAiic iiciust. I i i states Senator JCM3PU W. TOIiK. "- l it Ik Schools I EL W. LAMKIM. u - preme Court No. 1 LLBR W. GRAVES. i . mitte tn Congre-M HllLf& F. BOOHlSlt. .i I'.or 1 ID MAS J. LYSACUT. .. n nil Court No. 1 'tUNCR A. VOHIR3. . j ntitlve l'lrst District W. WATK1NS. - i lentime. Second District i. ROUGH M. ALLISON. pie. ntative Third District LLBUKT SPDNCUR. i!-ii -tentative fourth District JAMKS R BYRNE. V ei line Judge County Court J H McCLANAHAN. J 1g Lountj Court, First District JAMES C HUNT. JiJge "ount Court Second District GUOllOK B. SQUIRES. J ijg Probate Cour...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH 03SERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 4V Wall Paper To the Out-of-Town Buyer: We would suggest that ou liny jour Wall Paper now even If ou do not nee It until next spring Present prices on Wall Paper nre the name as lcrne the War. So If )ou Imv now, ou will know It will Inst .lent, no ns J on will not he affeited by any possible ihanc.e In prices. Our line Is complete anil up-to-date. Everything In modern papers In stoch. O.A.PASH 82 rmlcruk Ave, Cor. 9lh St. Ii lie L. Ilohlnson. Ciirl A. ndci-son ELECTRIC COMPANY HOUSE WIRING Our Specialty W'c can supply you with anything in the Electric Line. rrnticlg St. I'lii. in- .Main 1280 WANTED TIMOTHY AND CI.OVEU SFia Also POI' CORN" Agents for the CMrPICIt' Seed and tJrnln Cleaner Mitchelhill Seed Co. 2nd mid Charles St. Joseph, Mo. 1I Work lltmrnnleod. Hist CInsi Work. S. N. MITCHELL SHOE REPAIRING 12IS North Third Rtrcet St. tTast-pli, Mo. Hilling Installed new and up-to-date machinery, I am now prepiued to do First ClaHS W...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 2 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 " a OFFICIAL BALLOT To Be Voted at the General Election, to Be lield Tuesday, November 5th, 1918 Democratic Ticket l'cr Senator In Consrc for Missouri JOSEPH AV FOLK lor Suptrlntcmletit of Public Sihoole. UEL AV. IVMK1N l'oi Judge of the Supreme Court Division Xo. one WALLER W GRAVE: For Representative in Congress for Mliwourl for fourth District: CHARLES f. booher For State Senator for Mlsouri for Stiond District THOMAS J. LYSAGHT l'or ludce of the Circuit Court for the .Mth Judicl.il Circuit Division No Two (Unexpired Term) LAWRENCE A. A'ORIES 1 r Itepie-etitutlve Flrt legislative DNtllU: AV. AV AV ATKINS For Representative Seiond Legisla tive Dlstilit GEORGE M ALLISON For It t in Off-math e Third Legisla tive District. ELBERT F. SPENCER F(r Representative Fourth Legisla tive District JAMES It BYRNE F ir Presiding Judge of tho Count) Conn: J. II. MiCLANAIIAN IV r J nlgo of County Court First littict. JAMES C HUNT F i I nine of Co...

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. — 2 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 SK.VAT13 CONCL'UUINO TltnilE- IN: I That nt the general plrctloif to be hold In this state on ttic Tuesday fol lowing the first Monday In November, 191S. the following amendment to the Constitution of the state nf Missouri shull he submitted to the tiunllfled oters of the stale, to-wit: Section 12a of tirtlcle 10, of the Constitution of the state of Missouri nhntt be nmended by Inserting be tween the word "same'' uixl the word "provided" ns the name nppcars on lino ten thereof, the following wotds. "or for the purpose of defraying all or any part of tho cost of paving, macadamizing, grading or otherwise Improving the roadway of any street, avenue or alley within the corporate limits of such city," so that said sec tion shall read as folloirs: Section 12a. Certain cities allowed to Incur additional Indebtedness f1 water works and light plants. Any city In this state containing not more than thirty thousand (30,000) nor lc?s than two...

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. — 2 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 ni m t' r irgwwwwwwnwi ".Mini's work l fi-mii Mill to Mill. l!.it woman's work N never ilniiu." iniY Invest heat your home when one fur- t- Hi In several stoves to ho will do the work, -saving you n ronl nml Inlior, ami besides, is ii i re comfortable and more he j I Iiful. it v .1) t.ike a much M'.il to heat o rooms with m t-tme as It will l..i.c t- licjit a Mhnlr hi'iim- with a Pipeless Furnace lai K-.'J1 pVrO? i?s frriVk iKffiai ir&?v HS '. 5( '!v h yii&lsWfflk.- mm lln IT will not i" baSt-lIU lit. "' ' " price before on make ar- - mil is fir the 'filing winter. 1 1! .insure joii hit: navliiRS on the i n position. M. J. DQNEGAN Photic St. li.10. 110 M). till St, MS FROM ALL OVER iPEeiAL mmm Montscrrnt, thought the mlco wore getting too thli-k In lil.i barn, so he got sixty cents' worth o spiltiB- traps nml took them .home with him. Within nine ilusi he hns hnrxcslcd 2H niU-e. He baited with meat or any old thins that was...

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. — 9 November 1918

The St. Joseph Obsei f JLjJLi VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO.. SATURDAY NO EM13I.K 9. 1918 NUMBl.R 10. BUT TWO WARRIORS FELL IN THE STRUGGLE All of the Rest Reached the Goal with the Battle Flag of Victory Flying Hosts of Buchanan Democracy Rattle Valiently and Win in the Great Contest To fight a cront battle nnil to win 1 to support the democratic ticket tin a partial bucum Is considerable of a,les.s puld for It unci such support Is v Ictory. To fight a. great battle and to win an almost complete success Is SOME vlitory. And that Is Just whit the militant Democracy of Buchanan count j won on Tuesday the qualification. . latter mentioned Tor they achieved an almost com- 'support such as It was almost eclus plete success won with their ballots ively to the Republican ticket with twenty-three out of the twenty-five the usual result that almost all candl- of flees for which they contested. It Is true that one of the men for fought Owen and Judge. McClanahan whom they fought Joseph V. Polk ....

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. — 9 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 Patt Bros. st. .JOM iirs hh.ii.ci ts TAILORS Ml I K M'IS 511. TIME TO PAINT i VAN 111 1IKN Ho.ife Paints, ?: r,0 ft. smllnn Ho.l Hun I'alnt 1 .1 p, ITSlllUI ISlllllH Kltil liooMiiit fli.n t Si 25 per i i ire J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. SO 3 M In.cj h vtnui Take the Klcctrle I ine to KANSAS CITY. l.IBUltTY AND TX- CFU-Ion SPItlNOS Shortest rou.e qu'ehest time, bet service. Trains leave Sth and ' Edmond Limited 10 a m and 4pm XjO al eerv hour on the half from i 10 a m to 7 30 p. m . then 0 iti 11115pm Tell lour Neighbors tho MkX2AGSt& is SI. Joseph Render ing Works will romoc free of clinrse within trn uilk i (if M ,1-'i. or buy mij ilcud atot k 11 hrourfni to tholr plant. rhonn Main 14(0 2nd A Ytiliivm. St. .1o-cph Mo & W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S Tito Only llos'nnmnt on IVIls Street Choice Cut Flower3 FOn ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blsth and Francis StreoU Phones 130 and SSI MAS TV MESS I. NO Kit CO. BAQQAUE LIGHT HAULI...

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. — 9 November 1918

4I m I r- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 J i IMli llMMIMBMn I 1IIMIW IB ! I MBMMM ! IMII1 I Ml m !!! II M I BHB IIMIIIII ! MMT ! 1 1 1 ! ! ! I ! I lllll fTIIW I ITI1 "MTIBIlimTII I MTT"M I I frnirMiff HIIIMi 11MMIM M IMBIHHVaiMHMHHHHHnHHHHBBBMnnMMHMHBBHHiMHMaHnMHMaaHfliMW M t 1 To the People of VKJ S9 qJ lj I, v I. J i JL w E ARE ASKED to subscribe $300,000 as our share of the National quota for the United War Work Fund, and a campaign has been .planned, based upon voluntary subscriptions, without any solici tation, offering the opportunity to every man, woman and child to call at a home in their residence block, which has been designated as headquarters for such block, and there make a subscription between the hours of 1 p, m. today and 7 p. m. tomorrow. The Committee for the United War Work Campaign -for St. Joseph most earnestly appeals for your ener getic co-operation and liberal subscription to this most ' vital and important -welfare fund. IT SEEMS THAT WE...

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. — 9 November 1918

- &a.)tlv 41 lMmiVAAMtbd WtAltWI Anh THE ST. JOSEPH OBSCRVm, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 stands for the prate of justice and sec- where oii will land If ou cowarllce, by every (ort of compro- Income. Tiir ot inormi nnprnwcn that no stvn I fit Oli UUOCrn UDOtnitn ..ute.il ,.f .1 ne of li,no e m.tiie 11. o l.tia- (i 'h to lanl lie.- U ml-o and prctcndr ' surrender. Chnirmnn Hnvs must not thlnl: .discriminations and 'balance of tiow- TcdU's vaporing To recognlio tie government of cuii measure nnj man patriotism u) Austria la an linios iblllly so lo.iir ns his riches. r u a n k r k i: y t ndllor ntut Publisher. er alliance. The m II wo .Id ! etter off now l If President Wlls in can achieve his " hundre is of thousands of fearless wc Rre MipiX ,0 0l0 t,e ho-rfluvnkii I It limy be tlmt republicans have 811 nriMOMi tTRt TT rKLKl'HONR . . MAIN Business or IMitorlal. xritMS or sntMriurTioN f. r Year l-00 A'vcrtlelnff Hates on Application, Address All Communications to thk observer Sll r.c...

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. — 9 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 1 LOCAL MATTERS OF NERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Walter C. Gerber, a oung soldier who rest Jed near Amazonia, was ad Judged Insane In the probate -ourt here Monduy and sent to Htnto llos liltnl No. 2. Ho went lnsuno while tiuliiliiK nt Cnmii I'unston. Rock Undnvtnklng Co. Lady at tendant, 916 Frederick avenue. Adv. The executive committee of the Buchanan County Farm Bureau nt .1 meeting Saturday decided that C. 12. .Miithew of Wayne township neglect ed his duties and nuked the county council of defense tel fire him. jday forenoon. I'neiimonla was the caue. Ills death Is to be deplore 1 as he was a yotins man of more than average nbility and wus the main sup. port of hla mother. v I'iirm of 20 ncrt-x 3 miles from ralhoad, well Improved, and worth 'the money Can make terms. On market for s...

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. — 9 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1018 "" WMsasu3U.xuwMBEfcesKunaa Wall HE VISITED THE RUINS i OF AN OLD PALACE (Continued from Tagc 1 ) I To the Out-of-Town Buyer: We world 'imr t that v.ou buy your Wall 'Taper now even If jnu do not ue It until next tprlng Frcent prices on Wall Taper are the same as before the War. So If ou buy now. . u will know It will last you, so as vou will not he affected by nn possible change In prices. dur line It cntnplflc anil up-to-u.te Knihliik in modem 1 ., I ff Itl ST H i O.A fcilu lYedcilik vo. Cor Oth St. jj MEN WHO DRINK BEFORE BREAKFAST i eT.pt M'Ti i h ,. t hp i.i . ti , t t mi 1.1 -,if i I a da' t i.iiiK the 1 Ti- iti ii-m In tho fi iv u nf the 1 Institute N" '.' Niiilh Ninth C t .looph Io, 'I ne Ni.il Tit-iitiin it ileme the s i i nf the "ti'rl up ui-imik. ere- . x i lonthin. fir lln u i or drugs. iv. jos natural appetite, "leep ftrtrr nil mental anil phlinl cimdi i . i oll or :tililn as above or i 'i Main 6"'i for full Information...

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. — 9 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 'I , i in ' . ' II , OltMKIl OP rUHMCATION. In tho Uuchanan County Circuit Court to the Junuury Term, A D , 1919. ' Mute of Missouri. County of llu chniinn, sf. C. K. Israel Plaintiff s. Maude Israel Defendant Now nt thin ilny come the plaintiff liy Ills Attorney, iml It appearing to. tho satisfaction of the clerk of the Circuit Court, In vacation, that said defendant, Maude Iruel, Is a non resident of the State of Missouri, and does not leelile therein, It U ordered that laid non-resident defendant ho notified liy publication, ns required liy law, that nld plaintiff ha commenr oil his a lit In this Court jiKalnt "aid defendant b petition add nffldilt, the object nnd treneral natuie of -nhlch Is to obtain a decree of fllorce fioni the defendant upon tho crnuniM of IndlKiilties such ns to rentier his condition In life intolerable, In this, to-wlt that for the last flo or six jcirs said defendant his exhibited towarl this plaintiff a...

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