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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 9 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 Lns9!OPara4BzmcraBU(rwMHBMMMH FROM ALL OVER LOCAL HATTERS OF GENEBAUNTEREST A letter received vesterday by Sirs I-eroj Duke, 315 Notth Ninth Jttect, gives the Inforniation that her hus band, Private leraj Dukes, was In a hospital slightly noulidcd in the right leg He had been "over the top" four times. "Man" vmk N from iui to sun. Hut vvoiiumN work N nour done." WHY Invest In eei il stoves to hc.it jour home when one fur in e will lo the work, "living jou IlMi in coal and labol .ml besides It uinie comfottable and moie healthful It will tce as much coal to heat two rooms with .1 stnv i It will t. ko to lie it a win le house with a Pipeless Furnace A STUPENDOUS PURCHASE OF RIAL MIS b TYUSH WINTER Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In the Greatest State in the Union NEWS SOURI COAT ScCSlft- iss- 1 III IT wll! not i t 1 In our basement n u j price before 1 u make ar rmcrme its for tht loinlng winter. I wii !- ire on lit, na...

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. — 16 November 1918

The St. Joseph Obs eryer. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 N! MBTIR 11. 1 DO YOU WANT TO HELP YOUR SOLDIERS ? Do You Want to in a Small Degree Repay Them For What They Dared For You? If So, the Time Is Short in Which You Can Do What Is Only Your Plain Duty When jour soldier boy dropped his position left j on and nil his friends surrendcied a comfortable and hap py home left air that was near and dear to him and went forth to fight the battleH of his country jour bat tles and jour countrj and jou re mained at homo In peace and plenty and amid Rood surroundings, while he not onlj' faced the bullets and shells of the enemy but the privations of a camp and the mud and filth of a cold trench and all for jou you said to jourself that there could be nothing too good for that soldier boy and then jou meant It. Hut now that this most teirlble of wars the greatest In the hlstorj of all of the world has been won and bj jour soldier boy and the other sol dier bojs jou now...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1C, 1918 mrniTr it vaaKmrisaa CAPTAIN LIBBY WORRIED ros. ST. JOSEPH'S HH.H-CIASS TAILORS Gil FUA.NCIS 311. TIME TO PAINT ! VN lU'UEN House Paints. $2 CO a Billon lied Bern Paint 125 per. hillim. tttihbetoid Hoofing, fl Co to t ." pel xijunrp J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2H13 St Jo-ih Atrnuc Take the Eletrlc Line to KANSAS CITY. LIBERTY AND EX- onus ion spiiinos Shortest route, quickest time, best airvlce. Train leave Sth nnd Edmond sts. Limited 10 a. m nnd 4 p. m Local everv liour on the hnlf from B 10 a m to 7 10 p. m : then 9-0 ntnl 1! 15 p m SwaaaEiasicsBaaaBaaBL'aaggB Tell Vuur Neighbors tho St, Josenh Render ing Works MI if move frre nt fM.irgi within ton t.lile nt st ,7m (,'i or lii) im IenU stuck If brought lo their plant. riionp Mnln II in. B Inrt MclilHon. St. Joseph, Mo. g EV.lV.'.L'l. "'.1 .i'.s.imlmj,.'M'riFwi .... ....rJrl i.n W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S TIio Onl) llcs'aiir.Hit on Felix Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL, OCCASIO...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE ST.. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 MMmManMM-SNMMMMBMiniMMMMVM1MM Charter No. 8021, Reserve District No. 10. RKl'OKT OK CONDITION OF THE BURNES NATIONAL BANK At St. Joseph, In tlie Mate ol Missouri, at th cloie ol business, Nov. I. 1018. RESOURCES Loans and illF(.ount, Including rediscounts ... jntui loan ...$l,720,tM.M Overdrafts, secured, tioncs unsecured, $I,IIV23 Customers' liaMlity under Letters of Credit artually used and lor which this hank lias not lcen reimbursed V. S. PONDS (OTHER THAN l.llll'.RTV HOVDS. IU'T INCI.UD- 1', S. CERTllKATES Ol' lNDKinTDNESS): fa) 1. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (nar value)..!. Hi) t. S. bonds and certificate of indebtedness pledged to secure tl,7,OT9.9J 309.00 149,KOOO 20,00400 19,000,00 V. S. delmsits (liar valtlr, (c) V S. Immts and certificate of ImleMedness pledRed to secure tstal saving dctoslta (par value) 0. l.llll.KI) l.UA. nu.Mf.: (a) Liberty Kuan Ponds, 3JS, 4 and 4H per cent, unplcrlpeil 45,113 50 (e) P...

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. — 16 November 1918

X a cj-s;.eJW.it-,...'. r i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 vwaarB THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r k N i; r it r v t u I'llltnr iintf Publisher. Sll KDMOND STRUCT. TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. 535 Trusts or sunsciuiTio.v t"r Year tl.00 Ai'virtlslng Rates on Application. AJlress All Communlcntlona to THU ORSURVF.R 811 Lt'Miond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered at the Postnfflce In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Seccnu Class Mai! Matter. Till. Gltr'AIF.ST nY OP Al.li. Monde. wan eun of the greatest iIhii history a tiny that will never be rorizottcu. (i will never he forgotten, for since h rint Chriettna niul tlio first i i-i there ha never been iturli a i i on iint ln the most terrible war i" 1 1 history ended and a peace such as li n the bri; limine of, was never if ,r- known. In t Joseph, and In every city of he nml m. and on every continent 'i ite populations Joined to celebrate ' death of ancient error and hoary 'iii; .ind the uxherlnK in of Liberty id luitlee to rule ...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 LOCAL MATTERS OF the tit.zcn and wilt not purchase the Wilmington sanitarium for hospital purposes. Marshall & Dunn, blender of Heather Dell Coffee. Adv. SJlMiWa.lKjatt'tflMfia Ttesdjy, Nor. 19 FIRST OF AU-REUABaiTY Tuesday, Nor. 19 3oWna3VM& The Greatest Dollar Day Specials We've Ever Offered GENERAL INTEREST James A. Rlepllnger succeedH A. M. Evans as deputy sheriff, the latter havln;; I cnliipil. Paragraphs Winch Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Dr. J. P. Bat wan on Wednesday appointed administrator of the estate of the late Herbert Beardsley. frl 4. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Charles It. Duncan of Dearborn, one of the famed "Klve Duncan sol diers," wan hilled In action in France Sept. !9th, according to information received here Tuesday. Kuthlel Raj mon, folly-three years of ape, wai struck by an automobile driven by Hoy Clnlvln Monday...

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. — 16 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 THE ITALIAN VICTORY WAS GERMANY'S DEATH BLOW X m Post Office Fixtures Are Made in St. Joseph, Mo. Send us youfplan and let us quote you our price e w V .. "'j'GCKMANY AT ITj"GRMtUI I if vk - AW y iota To the Out-of-Town Buyer: . v mil 1 .,!(... tliit ou buj m nr Will I hit low even If vnii ilo tint uo it until next spring Piesent prices on Wall 1 ipcr aie the came a before the Wai S If vou '" now ou will know it will last von ko us m will rut le affected l id v wllik Imnut in prices Our lii i ii nil K tr an 1 up to i m 1 m i Mh in. in niiult rn ! in r in s' i U B 820 ruMicrhi. O.A.PASH vo tin Olh M. I -trie 1. Robinson tail MmU'i-oii ftobiiiSon-Andersoii ELECTRIC COMPANY HOUSE WIRING Our Specialty I will MlppK in the I D2I Tram N M nu with .mulling lutrii I inc. Phone M.iln 1260 WANTED n.Morm m rnnrn si.i:n 1m roi' corn Ag hi- fi r the ( 1 1PPFR' soul .mil (.rain ( leaner Mitchelhiil Seed Co. Jnil .Hid ( linrli-. M Joseph, Mo. y I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 16 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH CL..i-iVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1913 " i ouii:u or puiii.icatiox. In the ltucli.innn County Circuit Court to the January Term, A. 0 1919. Htuto of Missouri, County of llu clmniin, s.s. a R. Isi-ncl Plaintiff to. Maude Isr.iel Defendant Now nt this day cumo tlie pl.iintlff liy hln Attompj, nn.I It appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk of the Circuit Court, In vacation, that wild defendant, Mamie 1-racl, Ih u non resident of the Wtnto of Mlnsourl, and docs not resldp therein, It Is ordered that mild nou-n-Mdent defendant bo notified by pitbllrHtnin. ns required by law, that said plaintiff has commenc ed his suit In this Court against s.ild defendant by petition and nffld ivlt. the object and m-peral nature of which Is to obtain a decree of divorce from the defendant upon the Rrounds of Indignities mich as to render his condition In llfo Intolerable, In till", to-wlt: that for the last five or six J ears Raid dcfenJ.int has exhibited toward this plaintiff a coldn...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 16 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVbMiSUK 'w, ii8 WBMWWagMWMMWWWMWWlnMBlMiMmMWWWWWWIIlMMBWWWiMMMWHWWWWMMBWMiMBMBMMiMn "Man's work Is from un to mhi. Hut woman's work N never ilono." WHY lnest In several stoves to heat oiir home when one fur na e will dp the work. saving ou hi.l h In caf and laboi. nnd besides, is more comfortable find more healthful. It wilt t ip as tniuh conl to brat two rooms with a 'o as It will t..le t heat n wli. 'i In use with a Pipel esc Furnace tV&Sf'&JrS li' IV I Y.v-V MS FROM ALL OVER8 HAL MISSOURI i iso Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placa In the Greatest State iit the Union rm IT will not spoil iii jour basement. Gti in price bpfotp ou make ar rangements for thi romiiiK winter. I will assi-re v"i in j savings on the 'imposition. M. J. DONEGAN l'liono M. 11.10. 11(1 So. Illi St. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor The Dexter statesman Mates that Hulshevlxm is'mereiy csarlm In overall-. rrJrir-JriniirJr- ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 23 November 1918

The St. Joseph Observ EI? -. i VOLUME XI. THIS YEAR YOU TO BE For It Is a Year the Like of Which Was Never Before Nor Will Again Occur Therefore, Shut Up Shop Your Duty Next Thin pilny lias been set aside by President Wilson on the part of the United St-Uojj government and by Oov. Frederick D. Gardner on tho part of the state, of Missouri, ni a day of thanksgiving for the cntlio pcoplS pf these United StateB, who on that day tan In a fitting andproperwrnan ner observe such a day as tho world has never before seen w 1th the possi bly day that tho Savior was brought on earth, and such a day as never will again bo known for no such war as the terrible world's strife will ever again bo Known and therefore there can no occasion again urlso where the entire peoples of tho Unit ed States and of tho whole world can observe a day of deliverance from autocratic power uid world's domi nation. And It will be a day that, no mat ter what your creed, your belief or your predictions are, ou ran ob ...

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. — 23 November 1918

.THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918 WAS ON Till! SAl'l' hllli:. The conversation nt it social uffnlr turned tii the importance of being on the wife slilo, when the followltiB ixneedote was contributed by Con gressman Joseph V. I'ordney ot Mich igan: Itecontly little Willie's grandmother came from an adjacent town for a few d.tjs' visit, and while the good woman wai sitting on the veranda ono afternoon Willie approached with a iiuestlunltig expre-wlon. "Orandma," said he, "can you track nuts by biting them?" "Sot any more, Willie," answered grandmother. "I lost al mv teeth sev eral years ago." 'Fine!" rejoined Willie, with a look of relief, as ho handed her a handful ot walnuts. "Hold these, please, vhllo I ko and get some more." A MODHItS IXSTANCH. "The ancient witch offered ttele Sibylline books for a price. Thin be iiig refused, she burned three and of fered nine for the samo prlre. T.ir quln finally limi-rlil three volume at the original flguie." "That's the wav...

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. — 23 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918 "Sinn's work la from nun to nun, lint woman's work Is never done." WHY Invest In several stoves to heat your homo when ono fur nneo will do tho work, saving you both In coal and labor, and besides, la more comfortable, and more healthful. It will take as much conl In hrnt two rooms with a stove as It will tnke to hentvn whole houso with a Pipelecs Furnace i TTi r I FRPIT wli! not spoil In your ba&ement. Get my price beforo jou make ar rangements for the coming winter. I will assure yuit- big savings on the Droogsltiou. M. J. DONEGAN Phono .M. n.!. no .So. llh St. THE DAVIESS WAY How n Republican Sheriff Settled a Tlo Contest With the Result Xot In Doubt. They have somo queer ways of do ing thlngfl In Dnvioyi county that Is the Republicans have for they nrs In tho saddle tight nnd solid down there. The way In which a Republl can sheriff decided a tie oto between caudldnteu In that county bIiows the Iioor Jutlgmuut exercised by ...

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. — 23 November 1918

- (. .j- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918 a sea5ngnr,K ; the st. JOSEPH oBSERyER;::::1:::,,,'! r It N K I' it i: V T V o i;illl(ir uiui Publisher. til EDMOND .STREET. VliLEPHONE MAIN 695 Business or Editorial. terms or subscription I'.r Year .00 i Advertising Rates on Application, Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER ill Lfmond St. St. Joeeph. Mo. J F.ntered at tho Joseph. Missouri, Mall Matter. postofflce In St. as Seccua Class MAX'S JOB AIH1I. There was a jouug lady fiom .Vigor Who smiled us h lode on a tlijer, rt.ev came back from the ride With the tad) Inside nd the smile on the face of the tiger." We cannot lefraln from quoting itus familiar limerick aftm leading In .,. r..i m,i nrii of sjtandDiiltlsin '... .. ... "... 'he San Francisco Chronicle the Joy- bale. uis outburst thai In state as well as. I'rom this time on live stock of all ui ihe nation the Kepubllcan party Is kinds will be needed for the farms of nuted." followed by the equally ,neriy i a...

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. — 23 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER,"SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918 LOCAL MATTE 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 Dollar Day last Tuesday wm the j greatest over known In St. Joseph anil j sales eclipsed the record. Weather conditions were Ideal and street car service having- been resumed very thine tended to bring out an Immense ciowd who walked away with tho many choice bargains offered by tho entcrpiislng "retailors. James G. Wright, a lather, was killed by a Maple Leaf north-bound train Monday afternoon. He was gathering up some corn that had been cattrcd along the track when struck. lip leaves a wife and two children. A movement la on foot In the South Knd to erect a monument to the boys of Co. I), 140th Infantry recruited there, on which shall be placed the names of those killed and woundod. Tho monument will. If the project succeeds, be erected on King Hill. 'James ...

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. — 23 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 191 J w Patt Bros. bt. .losni'irs nir.it. ci. ss TAILORS 611 FKANC1S 511. TIME TO PAINT VAN RFltRN llmi" IMinf. $2 SO h, i ion; Red R.irn Taint. Jl 25 per (..:" i Htibberold Roofing, 1 60 to t 2 per square J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2018 M. JoMh Amue Take the Electric Line to KANSAS ClTi. LIBERTY AND EX CELSIOR .aplUN't'W Shortest route, qu 1 .-. i no, heit sen Ice, Tr.ilns lcn e sth and Ei'tnonJ sts. Lnnt i M i m. and 4 p ri. Lo.ai eci' heir on tha half from " 30 a n to 7:30 p. tn ; then 9 10 and 1 ' 5 p in pcizssesssssvmtisssiBxasssi Toll Your Neighbors tlio SI, Joseoli Render ing Works tvdl remove frrp t,f charge within ton miles of M. ,Tose)i. or lmy nn dona stock If brought to their plant. Pliono Main 14 J3. 2nd S AtcliNon. St. Joseph, Mo. tBZSBXS33SSEZ8aSRI2Z2Z332a V HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAM'S Tho Onl Ilo.urnnt on rc-llx Street Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Birth and rrancl? Streots Phonoi 830 and 311 MESS...

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. — 23 November 1918

V THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, '"SVEMSr?. 23, 1 1311 H"!1!1 Jl ,JJJ" -- .j-- ij, Jiijj.iinj fcisgiar aw3raaiMwwimiiij. t' iumuiw) I f i If !1 ' I ' iT ortnnn of iuiiIjIcatio, In tho 'Uuchanan County Circuit Court to tlic Jnmiury. Term, A. U, Rtnte of Mlgnmi, County of Hu clinuan, h. C. n. Jsrjol Plaintiff Maude Iincl , , .Defendant Now nt IhlsMny came the plaintiff tiy hl Attirni'j, Mini It appearing to tlio sitl.fnctlon of the clerk of the Circuit Coiul, In vocation, that Raid defemlunt, Muiule Uruel, li k non resident of tho Stuto of Missouri, and does not lesl'le therein. It la ordered Unit unlit non-resident defendant bo notified by public -itloii as rr-'iulrcd ly law, tint mild plitnllff has commenc d his suit- In thli Court ngnlnst said defendant by petition mid nffld-iWt. the object ami nt' lie rut natute of which li to nbtaln u tie lee of divorce from thn dcfcndntit ution tho grounds of Indignities such iik to render his condition In llfn Intolerable, In thli, tu-wlt: ...

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. — 23 November 1918

I THE ST. JOSEPH, OBSERVER, .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918 NEWS f ROM ALL OVER IMDCRIfi! MIQQmiRI Bi?i3 yfWL iviiuuuuim inr hint also took legH ami wntkcl off, bo lit' was minus both grips Wo can guess they cnntnincd lioo-c mid tliat ( lie was an Iowa ni.in fit jrmont . N'ew s. E Interesting IIcppcning3 Which Have Taken Placs hi the Greatest State iit the Union The Product of the ScicGorij, the Pan and a Very Little Actual Labor Ceorgo I.. Mclntltc, SO firi oltl, 'who, when ho lethed several yearn iiRo, hail been flilt'T of police nt Pill- ton fm fifty Hears died nt the Ma- tonic ltniiit' In St. Louis. Ills hod ' was lakt'ii to rnlton, wheic It .was 1 hurled with Masonic honors Mo lntlrc's jiollcc record probably Is iwlthout parallel In the Wot. lie never curried n lcvolvor and usually j relied upon his fisls when he Rot Into a tight place. It h.ci been decided the wise to do to call off the fall corn show in Xodjvvav county. bns'ih. i. nil weight wrs lii' linmnd N'ews. '4 pounds. A m...

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. — 30 November 1918

The Observer. JOSEPH VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1918 NUMBER 13. rars E And Shown That St. Joseph Has a Warm Spot in Its Heart for Its Chief Executive Even if He Would Not Gratify the Politicians by Telling Them if He Were a Candidate Well, wo lnil n real llo governor licro Wednesday for the first time for many moons past. And he staed marly all day and seemed clad that ho was here and of course nil St. Joseph was glad that ho was here, and saw to It that his stay was made pleisant. It Is so seldom that St Joseph can Bet a real 11 o governor to lslt It tint tho people had almost kIvcii up the Idea that It could bo done hut It can and wis. And tho fact that Gov. Gardner camo heie will do him a world of good when he comes to run for the place In tho United States senate, that will bo rillf.fi for a short time after Mnrch 4th b a St. Louis lawjer and ho will Bet moro votes by midio few thousands than It ho had done as Almost all other former governors have, done ...

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. — 30 November 1918

P'ftwWWK'wfc' J-ST THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1318 ItKAJj lATRIOTIr. Dome S. Took t!'t It awful to liav ta atlve up dur home an J wife and Bo to war? Qb Oy My only regret ia that I have but one wife to glfe ui f r no-country. Itown-bred farmer captures Ti4E WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FOR FIFTH TIME IJtllc Li. tlnMiiwin. Carl . ih1ctoii Hebinson -Anderson ELECTRIC COMPANY HOUSE WIRING Our Specklty We can niiply you with anything in the I'lcitric Line. Bit Framis w. Phono Stain 1280 , WANTED TIMOTH. NT CI.OVKK SKK1J AUo iOP CORN A nt! for the t I.IPPFIF sHit ami liraln flnuior MitchclhiH Seed Co. 2ml mid Charles St. Joseph, Mo. EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Farm. nt Property. Merchandise. Stocks fir Sale aid Exchange.' KA8TUKN .duM-lV AT LOW ItATKS ON KAtlMd LEIGH REALTY CO. 202 BehnoMor Bl.lg. Phone Matn 789 For Skilled Honest Treatment Aftr CtSc Doctors Fail 5i Consult 1 -?V , '' - . , t -. " v f' V Vtr,' ift v ' "- wWB- &1?fPs fp .-sfsr !W''-jfeAslk 3K4 ff SVSI'- Bk'StW'iS...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 30 November 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH CLE?' 'R, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1918 . 3 I i H "Mnn's work Ih fiont nun to fiiii, lint vvorjinn's V.,r'4 's never done." WHY Invest in several stoves to heat jour homo when ono fur nace will do tlio work, saving you both In conl nml labor, nnd besides. Is nioio comfortable and moie healthful. It will tako ns much cnnl to heat two rooms with a Rtove as It will take to heat a whole house with a Pipeless Furnace ?s fJijb I . rrcaT yu'i SPflBIR. & iEfl-Sr KltUIT will not spoil In our basement CJet my price beforo you make ar rangements for the coming winter I will assure you big savings on the proposition. M. J. DONEGAN I'hono M. G30. 110 So. 4th St. siriirrrUrJrsJrJp.' SHOE REPAIR. ING AND SHIN. ING PARLORS You can hate new shoes or the tntlte family bj bringing- the old ones here We make them at pod ia new. thus sari ,. . . mK tou ine nr, mj C!iPfcr"hV rcntIr?VnllnVlhn,. '. ",p,!f by Parcel Poat 11 bV TffVed .Sd" SAlLi lame J r..i, " "xta nd "turned SAXf r.AT T TI ...

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