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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 December 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1918 a i The Leader we never misrepresent oun UOOD3 The Leader ONLY 9 SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS Valuable Suggestions for Christmas Giving For the Ladies Fine Silks in Waist or Skirt Patterns Wool Dress Goods, Suit or Skirt Patterns Bath Robes Bath Robe Material Ginghams in Dress Patterns Blankets Bed Comforts Fancy Comfortables Box Stationery Christmas Cards Desk Sets Stationery Cases Sewing Cases Traveling Cases Manicure Cases Toilet Cases Military Brushes Leather Collar Bags Ivory Goods in Separate Pieces, Ivory Brushes, Ivory Mirrors, Ivory Perfume Bottles. Fino Linens by the Yard or in Table Cloths and Fancy Pieces. Linen Napkins Linen Towels Fancy Turkish Towels Dresser Scarfs Japanese Tcblo Cloths Bed Spreads Fine Corsets Brassieres Crepe de Chine Under wear Soldier Kits Music Rolls Smoking Sets Shaving Sets Cigar Jara Crumb Trays Picture Frames Drinking Cups Nut Bowls Ivory Picturo Frames Ivory Powder Boxes Ivory Hair Recei...

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. — 21 December 1918

j3wpf j. 1HE feT JOSEPH ERV VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 NUMBER 16. IN THE HABITAT OF THE ENTERPRISING PROFITEER Where the Soldier Doing His Duty to Hi3 Country Is Ruthlessly Gouged And Made to Feel Doubtful of His Land of the Free and Home of the Brave "If you put It up to one thousand soldiers who hnvo been Btationed In eomo capacity or other nt San An tonio, Texas, during tlio period since this country entered tho war, nine hundred and ninety of them will tell you that that Texas metropolis Is a regular robbers' roost and the cher ished home of that most dluplcahlc of all modern mercantile cut throats, the profiteer, and will wind up If he Is a swearing man with 'to h 1 with Ban Antonio,' " said Capt. Floyd II. Spen cer, who on last Sunday returned from that military post, to his homo and practlco in this city. "Of course you must understand that I refer solely to tho mercantile civilians, for they are tho only class who plunder and prey on tho soldier,...

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. — 21 December 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 O yn JLIOllcli .,;.. l -'j. n nv' . Jvi4..M M' iA.'r'JiV(, 2 - lrrw fi. ""?v. jcjrxxi&. mm trv voAv Sikvll i?t. tfiSXti. a4(3?m aM B rs .ta,Wat3w "MS JOTAB im Vm 1. b.'i. f.WEXffiKtC'SiS? rw.l T W1 "K. WiVL r3B4tL-L IL LiS- c i J-tJCS5Fr?ri-JI i-fi,c H IJY B mvm 2L& gSE. SU.FSMFV SU1PLFS (N SLI T tf-fl Till lUI JVIUK'11 1) PR1U-. Ol- tDX SLF. NOW OP1 N lutiii-ifi cl .i!urs in (Uir Sccil Sale f Japanese Table Covers Doilies, China Linens, Shopping Bags, Sewing Bas kets, Fruit, Sandwich, Work and Waste Paper Baskets, Lac quer nml Hand Carved Tray3. Fatuv (lima, consisting of Plates, Bowls, Sugar and Creams, Mayonnaise Sets, Celery, Bon Bon and Lily Bowls. Vases ni all m?i-s fur every shelf and corner and many sutt alU gifts .it 25c and 50c. HI M I'M 111 R AT I.FSS Til N WHOLESALE PRICE I III Y ILL MAKE IDEAL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS mes p 0 ODKins Fourth and Francis Streets DON'T WAST Do YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW a n:w M'arsnsTi...

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. — 21 December 1918

-Cf i -JBO&XX-- &iTZ. 11" t xS&saS" ? THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 3 & I j J' ''I n m & )1 ft! m a it. i i i ,i Mnn work In frnn nun to mm, lint, womnn'i work Ii novcr done." WHY Invest In sovcrnl stovoi to hent our liomo when ono fur nneo will (In Iho work, Easing you lioth In coal ntul labor, ami besides, I mnro comfortublo und moro healthful. It will tnlco on mtirh conl to hent two rooms wltn n stovo as It will tako to heat a whole houso with a Pipelccs Furnace FRUIT will not upon In your baieinci.t. Oct my price before you make ar rangements for the coming winter. I will nssure you big savings on tho proposition. M. J. DONEGAN Phono M. G.IO. Ill) ho. till St. bzit7iTinXf-Jnirzii3 SHOE REPAIR ING AND SHIN-1 i A I. y. i iSSJi TT-- VATT r-.llI,,5 l(lnl(( llOll (11 IHO Viri'Ull K, Mill, 1WO rARLORS that snhl dcf( tiilnnl. John 13. Hall. In You can hava new shots 'n non-rcuulrnt uf tho State of M In fer lb, entire farnlly byjxourl, ami iloe...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 December 1918

iHE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 HE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER F It N K F K E Y T A II Editor mid Publisher. sll EDMOND STHEKT. telephone main Business or Editorial. 635 Tl JIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I'.r Year 100 Ai'vcrttsli.g Hates on Application AJJres Alt Comntunicntlons to THE OUSUItVBK til E. mond St. St. Joseph, Ho. Entered at tho Joseph. Mlisourl, Mai Matter. Pontofflce iti St. as ieeehii Class -ou. seeds or m:v wars. i w is no trouble at all last January f r 1 v ple of tho Uultoil Statrs to i rpi President Wilson's brief sjm tr ir f tho purposes of this govern ment in the war. In tho couise of tin fh western allies found lnspira. i i r hit words, ami finally, with iMi'inioii as to one point, accepted M n t souls wero tried during tho f rs a x months of the present j ear as noi-i before during tho conflict. Tho qjrttloit was whether tho power or t n l ruted States could be exerted u mio to save the day. While the f-vp t the world hum; In tho lial ii i'i Ideals of libe...

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

! c s P-jjiTjl jyjpi'fJiH YiS kW umm m0mmmmmmm rV fvmk (WdW'iwMw "t:"!. i -yr -t THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 n t V! 'IJ H! L. i 1 hii.ii. i.iii .i.,ii. ,, i m, I 1! The World Moves On Printers thought the typesetting ma chine was not practical The horse breeder said the automobile would never be in general use The wire manufacturer said "wireless" was a dream Even congressmen said "heavier-than-air" flying machines were impossible The last to be disturbed by the wheels of progress is the single-record phono graph manufacturer, who says the play ing of all records on one machine "can - not be done." "CANNOT BE DONE" is now in the scrap heap, for S3 The Brunswick docs it I It attracts the eye. It pleases the car. It plays all records at their best. It Is All Phonographs in One Hear the Brunswick First Decide for yourself. Prices $32.50 to $1,500.00 Terms to Suit Bh?J4 ttKm3 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Mome...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 December 1918

"ntnimmmmim THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 Patt Bros, ST. JOSFPH'S lIIGH-CL.fe9 TAILORS Bll PKVNCIS 511. TIME TO PAINT VAN It'ltrs l!oue Pnliit. $2 50 Known oon-orls, heirs, .levl-ees, do n gnllon Bed lira Hint. $125 per ,,,,,,, nlleneps, or Immediate, mesno gallon Bubberold Hoofing, Jl 60 to' ,omotr, voluntnrv of Involuntary 2 25 per square J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO 2013 St. Josiih Avenue Tike the Kleetrle Line to KANSAS CITY, HI1KKTV AND EX CHLSIOH SI'IUNOri. Shortest route, quh kest time, best srrviie Trains lavo Sth nnd rimniul sts Limited 10 15 n in. nml 4 1 i p m 1 i o 1 1 rvnrv hour on tho hilf from 6 30 a m to 7 3o p in then 9 3u an.l 11.15 p m SSSSSiSSSBaSS3SSBSBSiSaaBESS Tell Yonr Neighbors Hie St, Joseph Rentier- g ing Works trill remove free of charge within ton miles of St. Joseph, or buy ft nn) uc-au siocu ii urougnt to tliclr plant. Phono Main 1110. 2nd & Atchison. St Joseph, Mo. E MHf,V,MACSZ33gB553gaa5H5B;ga ,-W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S - ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 December 1918

Sfi.ti j, i THE ST. JOSEFH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21; 1918' LW t S B hi u i ST 4 ' Yours on First Payment Buy Your Christmas Gifts Here Invest $1 or $2 a Week in a one Fine, wall spread, brilliant cut Dia mond, 141c solid gold mounting, $24.50 50a Weak. We are showing the largest stock in the city ot loose and mounted diamonds from $5 to $1,000 Fine, brilliant cut Diamond, 14k gold mounting, $37.50 73o a Week. Cash Prices, Time Payments. Comparison Cordially Invited. Leibowit; Jewelers, Diamond Importer! 121 South Eighth, Petticoat Lane. Fine blue white, brilliant cut Dia mond, 14k mount In;, $49.50 $1X0 a Week. THE BURKES NATIONAL Bflfi United States Depository Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00 OFFICERS J AS. IL MeCORD President JNO. I. WALSH..,.. Ail I. Cashier NO D. RICHARDSON.. .Vice-President CALVIN C BURNES.......Asst, Cashier '. W. rOWtLL...,.......VIce-Preildent MILO L. CHUTE... Asst. Cashier GEO. A. NELSON, Vice-President end Cashier. DIRECTORS JNO. p. RICHARDSON. , , ...

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. — 21 December 1918

ZZmiH0 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918 PiPfflcttoal amid Acceptable ffiFT! n isxoxm it: 113 North Seventh Street SIna oil War Hs weir iiitl you can sleep in PEACE have your own home to rest in and enjoy. Meantime prepare buy by week or month, Morris Plan Investment Certificates. Up to 50 they pay Afo. On $50 or more, 5, Loans on one year, weekly, semi-monthly, or monthly pay ment plan, with fo refunded for paying in ten months. WHY NOT LET Capital $75,000. W JMOKKHS HELP YOU? 621 Francis St. tuiiLH.:".un Christma f Fniro Fiwair BIG REDUCTION ON MENS AND WOMEN'S SHOES 10 Per Cent Discount on all Boys and Giildrens Shoes. 10 Per cent Discount on Rubbers. Remember every pair of Shoes in our stock included in this CHRISTMAS SALE. This Seasons Newest and Best Footwear. THE STORE OF BUTTER SHOES 3ST'ST fc ars a $Z. 4u4me-rjMmF0a vj. ..'JUtM aHZSEZ2 718 feliv 718 F1XIX NE DESK SETS. WRITING PORTFOLIOS CALENDARS BOOK RACKS DIARIES A LINE OF DAY BOOKS CRANE'S WRITING PAP...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 December 1918

-o M is wwrngsrwa u3i.js The Joseph Observer. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 NUMBER 17. iwsxsKa- t J ' I I "MnnV m I Ilul -fty VOLUME XI. m St ; i i PEACE lie asks for Peace, Ah yes! for now , The crown is trembling on his brow; The pride and arrogance of yore For him have little left in store. His dreams of conquest, qh how grand! He'd rule the world on sea and land; But "Fortune favors" not the Knaves ' His hopes lie buried in the graves Of those his creed v hist has killed: h Drowned in the blood of brave men spilled. Shall such a Monster rule the World? Not with the Stars and Stripes unfurled I If Peace he wants, then let him give , Some token that the World may live Free from his greedy, grasping paw; That he will keep within the law. No temporizing with the foe His was the crime, his be the woe. Be his to sue, but ours to grant A binding Peace, free from all cant. No terms embodied in this truce That may be subject to abuse, 'No loop-hole left through which to cr...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 December 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 . -e. 4 For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctora s Fail " t'OiMtllt DR. S. D. FRANCIS 72(1 Kcllx St., St. Joseph, 3Io. Flxpert ,n 'h"' Treatment of all Chronic, Nervous, Bl'od Skin an. I Pelvic Disease of Men and Women I give a. $10 Examina tion Kroo. 606 and OH" m .. Admlultcrel IntruveimuBly Tor liiood Disorder nmoNio iii:ases i treat successfully Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Can cer. Growth. Tumor. Cnlarjed Olinds;. Flmples, Epllepsv, St. Vitus' Dnce, I'aKy, Dyspepsia, Lumbago, ScJjtlcs, Neuritis. Paralysis, Deafness, Goitre, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Gall RtniiBS. arlcocale. Stricture, Hydrocele. Rupture, Prostrate GUml. Bladssr and Kidney Troubles, PVmnla Weakness, Plli"). Fistula und Rectal Af flictions. I employ In my practice all the latent Serums, Vaccines. Antitoxins Uacterlns. Intraven ous Specific Remedies and the lutext ii ml best appliances for the speeily cure of stubborn dlspanes IIONKST TRKATMKNT To...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 December 1918

iiitimii.MflMmwiiwwi . , . -rv THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28-, 1918 I) 'i , y i f?i w h io "Sinn's work Is from huh to sun, Uut woman's work Is never .done." WHY Invest In several stoves to heat your homo when ono fur nnce will do tlio work, saving you bot' In coal and labor, anilbcslilcs, la moro comfortablo tind moro healthful. It will tnko as much coal to licat two rooms with n soo as It will tnko to heat a wholo houso with a PipclesG Furnace FRUIT will nrt spoil In your bapomcut. Get my prlco before you mako nr rnngoments for tho coming winter. I will assure you big savings on the proposition. M. J. DONEGAN Pliouo M. 030. 110 So. 4th St. farrnzUrjrpJrJf; SHOlt REPAIR. ING AND SHIN, ING PARLORS You eis have new shoes jor in, ennra lam Wlolnr the old here. We nuke il r -o, fvoa it new, ihut sav. M.h p,ko. J brand Hns'. WASSl! good it new, thin sav. .' -. tor dtdu new on... i " tn nun mi,, Ehoet iint ui . SAM' GALLU U 3.th tb Street. Phone Vtala llil St. Joseph, Mo...

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. — 28 December 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r it a n i i' n n v t a o Cdllor anil Publisher. Sit EDMOND STREET. rELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. 95 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Ptr Year 11.00 Advertising nates on Application. Address All Communications to the observer 511 Esmond St. St. Joseph. Mo. Entered at tho Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postofflce In Bt. as Scccbil Class i:nti:u mm di'J'aut ibis. The year 19 IS Just closing has teen ono of tremendous Import one of mien portent that the average mind and for that matter tho cultured and cultivated fare no better has been entirely unable to grasp tho full meinlng of all that has taken place In this year of all years but now the curtain Is nearly ready to descend for tho last time In this tho year of our Lord 19 IS, and It will be but a record of the great past. Much history has been made In lots world history history that will live green through all of the ages t come, for the world has been emanci...

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. — 28 December 1918

"V "HMJW1 T IN! IIJ HPP THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 .. . -. - f. .. J i LOCAL MATTERS OF . GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of tho Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns In tho casualty lht of Wednesday Lieut. O. T. Worthen of 2739 South Eighteenth street la reported as wounded. While being conveyed In an ambu lance from Sixth and Angellque where ho fell, Charles II. Miller, a dlschanr od soldier of Clinton, Tcnn.. died of heart failure, Tuesday. Marshall & Dunn, blenders. Heather Belt Coffees. Adv. of Mrs. Jennie Turner, thirty-four years of age. residing at 1119 South Sixteenth street, slipped nnd fell at Sixth and Bdmond Wednesday night and broke two ribs, beside spraining her back. St. Joseph has .been remarkably free from contagious diseases this winter, there being at present but fif teen cases, when at this time last win ter there were fifty or more...

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. — 28 December 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 Patt Bros, st. Josephs high-cls3 TAILORS 511 rilANCIS 611. TIME TO PAINT AN lU'HEV House Taint, $2 50 ft I fin, Red Pirn Pali I. $1 26 per r i nui iinoiii ,iiuofii .-, i to to $2 I ri miuui e J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 8013 St Joiiph Avinoe Take the Electric T.lne to KW'HXS CITY LIHKRTX AND EX CELSIOR HPIUVCiS M rrtost route quIckeM time. best t ri,o Ti.iiii" leao Mil nml I !monl "-I" l.lmitfil 10 1 ."i n in. aid 1 1 F p m I.nn1 ot-ry hour rn the 1) ilf from " In a ' m to 7 3 p m thin 9 3u ami 11.16 p in KansassBE9K7iffia33EaaaasKai H Tell our Xe-iirllhorx Ihn St, Joseph Render ing Vorks ' will remove Tree of charge within ten miles of St JocpJi, or buy nny deaU block If brought to thoir plant. Phone Main 1-1 10. 2nd A Atchison. M. Joepli, Sfo. K3aart3agBP.-'mt7rtinimnm V HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S The Only llertaura:it on Tellx Street Choice Cut Flowers FOH ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Blxth and Trancis Streets Phones 229 and 3...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 December 1918

ev x n.nf Mlu) iiwmrnti . THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 I n ft I II I . 1 j I THE BTOES NATIONAL BANK I United States Depository Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00 I OFFICERS II McCOUIl PreilJtnt 1NO J. WALSH..,. Am. Caihltr O IJ IUCHAUDSOJJ.. Vlet-Prnldtnt TAIVlNr BIIRNS.......Atil Caihltr W. TOWtlX... Viet IVenMcrit MHO I- CHUTE Aaat. Caihler GDO. A. NELSON, Vice PrcaMrnt and Caihl.r. DIRECTORS TKD. T) RICHARDSON. Chairman and Pteildeni, Rleliardion Dry Good Company. U. W. POWELL, Pi-oldenl, John S. Brittaln Vtj Gooda Company. HENRY J MUELLER, l'rciidtnt, Mucllrr Hsller Candy Co. RALrit E. COSTIGAN, Preildent, Noyrs Noirsan Shoe Co. CHARLES ARDERY. PmUtnt, Johmon Woodbury Hit wmipanr. CHARLES I Vlce-Prtildent, SCHPNECKER. fnt. Nave McCnrd If.t-r.n, ttlc Company WILLIAM It CLTITIN. Secy Hdw. Dept , Wyeth ndw. & Ulg. Company, WILLIAM AIBRECHT, Treaturer, VVtitetn Tabic! Co. CALVIN C DURNhS, Alllltant Cathler. CEO A NFLSON. Vice President and Caihler. JAS II....

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. — 28 December 1918

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 I news m m ALL QVE IMPERIAL M thnt tho owner hnd an Idea what the troublo vi-. It was later discovered, however, thnt the home hnil boon shot, after It hail died of tho wound, nc cording to tho Liberty Advance Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In tho Greatest: State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor. "And, among his souvenirs, will our boy brine home a French bride?" queries the Butler Democrat anxiously. Charles Henry McKee, president and editor of the St. Louis Olobe Dcmocrat, died at 7 o'clock Friday night at his home, 5116 Cabanne avenue. Tho Milan Republican believe? that the old timers who forecast an open winter because the corn husks flr Iooho on tho car still may suy, "1 told you so." "Lwn rug beaters have raised prices," snorts the Butler Democrat, "and tin- bug In the rug seems bound to remain snug for a lung time In consequenee." "Speaking of fiendish torture f...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 January 1919

-r J K t1 ; " Jk'.y. ' 7. cfy cc ? TPlTT? Joseph ?r4" Observer. sj JL m I i w VOLUME XI. IS A PRETTY GOOD LOOK ING BUNCH ALL RQUNI Even if a Couple of Them Do Belong to the Grand Old Party ' That Stood For Teddy and His Noise and Some of His Other Fadisms That was a good looking bunch sure, that on Wednesday walked Into tho Buchanan county temple of jus tice, throw out tho old money chang ers and assumed charge of what was left of tho chango themselves even If a couple of them were units of that grand old party of standpatlsm and X rawfawm. And tlicy can that Is tho majority of thorn' who aro democrats lay claim to good looks chiefly In ac cordance with the old maxim of "pretty ho who pretty does," for these democrats had all dono their prettiest, which Is the reason why they are pret ty and why they were able to on Wednesday step into the court houso and take over their reward. All of thoEe who were not pretty lost out. to those two standpat disciples, John Brendcl and Jeff Sampson...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 January 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919 TTWiTiiiiiiini nil t-iii - i -in r ii 'it r i,Tiir,"',"""",,t TW) SK2KHE Tiirnmriiirii rimrfiirin HWffTI"'1 'Ml"wiM- Sft-54 -' a nee men ' li . t mmEZX3Zsvr&rzu&',:" zsESZE&atai&i&iaiszxsEi nareKnsssKaaeHEen V iriMJttajgifaBffP'SPs I i in i Hmwm f i liiiTin fcWi ihi'iiiwinramrwrriTmflirfi' inraimr aattskrfgmaiME, h iiiiiiw i F7nmiiinarfcTOBtn i r i"wiiiiiii mViWii miirn-m ' " - --J .-.- . , a mi n an " I .. I fl o tf I 1 s I y t.r3SSI7' - Within a few days we will resume milling short-patent or pre-war grades of flour. Please bear this in mind and order: .tit. 3L i i Special Patent Hard "Wheat Flour Kw I- JL N Special Patent Soft Wheat Flour Permit us, at ronage during Happy and Pro ft this time, to thank you for your liberal pat the past twelve months, and to wish you a sperous New Year. Jemima Mills Compan ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI j. Ammmasmmr n .. . mtm'-mrdtmatmtnmRmhssssFssjfziiXu: - WW?l JZTmW i!MWiWM t F irst ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 January 1919

u THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919 II V vl 1 . fc THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER1 v n a n k r it i: v t a a Kdltor ntld Publisher. til CDMOND srncuT. FELEPHONE MAIN es Business or Editorial. TI'IIMS Or SUHSCltllTlON P( r Year 1.00 AOvcrtlslng Ilates on Application. Address All Communications to the onscnvnn S11 Ec"nond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Postofflco In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mall Matter. i;oosi:vi:ri' and i.oihji: a dis- GUACn. Whllo tho natlrfn Is facing groat problems which will nffect tho wholo world, nnd when the best Uiounht and tho most united iictlon Is needed, both Itoosovolt and I.odgo arc dlsgrarlng tho American nation by their ward politics, action") and their speeches and writings. In tho senate Lodgo In nttact.lng Wilson said that that body would have to depend upon what In formation Burleson and Creel would allow it to obtain, and that when he very well knew that thero wero about 1,600 correspondents of American newspapers In Pa...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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