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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 January 1919

....J&, THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919 I ; NEWS F BOM ALL OVER IMPERIAL Ml Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product ot the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor 'Tell as who mllkB the cow," mhjs the Kldorado News, "ami we'll tell you who Isn't the boon of the house- hold." The Lowry City Independent says that now the war Is over the letters A K r will doubtlose stand for 'Americas Explanatory Torcce." v A. Dallmeyer, who has been a memher of the state board of agri culture for eight yfart, was roap piMntr.i I'nday by Ucv. Gardner. Lc .king far back, Uio Chuln News 1rtiifiil remembers the good old limes when a mdn could buy a ntck 1 s worth of cheeso ami crackers and tit ;inc of both. There were 616 prisoners paroled from the penitentiary during 1917 1S The number of paroles revoked for ba'l onduct during the biennial period totaled 49. The Biookflelil Argus decidedly he lium that while we are mak...

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. — 1 February 1919

rv j 11111 ul6 VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1919 NUMBER 22. X33JlJJL Y JLiAw 1 r N til ik. 1 A J & I FRED WANGER ABOUT ST. iThoy Did Their Part In the Big Battles That De cided the Struggle And Helped Most Materially In Winning the Great War For World's Freedom A letter fiom Corporal Fred M. 1 Wanccr of tho 358th Infantry Is al - I ways interesting, for Corporal Fred while he was clerk of the probate court here not only learned how to I do Judge Duncan's work well, but he I at the same time learned how to wrlto j Interestingly and entertainingly. This has stood him in good stead since he went overseas, and many a good let ter have his friends in St. Joseph en jojed. A typical ono Is the following received by n St. Joseph friend Tues day, and it will interest all v. ho arc fortunate enough to read what he sas as follows: SI. Joseph Hojs lighten) Blcckhausen, Germany, Dec. 12th, 1918. "Many times since arriving on this side havo I tried to find time to write jo...

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. — 1 February 1919

t ArKt -Jio; -. j. sSByKMra!. THE ST. JOSEPH QBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919 iJEmjLLaaJtJUJJBgBi ARMED CANADIAN SHIPS WHICH DID GREAT WORK HAD THRILLING ADVENTURES IN THE SEVEN SEAS TAX COMMISSION RAPS MANY HEADS PREVENT DISEASE AND STOP ANIMAL LOSSES For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fail rrray'-st'Miy-r - - jrj'jn.klZl v';wp. ''siss,fi ... ' ,X "". Y1 J And Claim That Economy Is Not Used In the Hiring of Help vi TOO MANY CLERKS ARE ON PAYROLL ji-j iiL,ixv-:sr3w""75.'.i.r' -, j . wT -..-. XtWl ESS .-i WwSmSmwB ,Aib t.l U-t S4M v'. dg 1 ti . re fcerv tl t II J b B '1 y d lai lie ti Y j Consult DR. S. D. FRANCIS 720 Tel! St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert !n the Treatment of nil Chronic Nmnus Wood Skin nnd Pelvic Diseases of Men and Wom I glvo a (10 LAamlna tlon Treo. '606 and 914 )) Adinltili-tproel Intravenously for IIIixmI Db-ordeis CHRONIC DISEVSES I treat nic enfully Catarrh. Asthma, Bronchitis. Consumption, Can cer Growths, Tumors, Enlarged Glands, Pimples. Epileps...

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. — 1 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OliSERVEIt, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 191 1 lt. X i.f i b l ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notlco Is hereby given that Letters of Administration, upon the estato of Benjamin r. Mlddnugh, docenscd, have been grunted to tho undersign ed, by tho Probate Court of lluehan nn County, Missouri, bearing, data of the 11th day of Janunry, 1919, All person- b iwng elilms agtlnst Bald est no nie required to e'h'blt them to mo for allowance, within six months fruti. ilme of said letters, or they may be pre' luded from nny ben efit or such estate: and If wild claims bo not exhibited within one enr fiom tho date of the publication of this notice, they will bo foretcr barred. A true copy Attest: MAIIY A. WILLIAMS, (Seal) Pub .c Adm i itor. H. C. Olrard, Clerk of Probate. ADMINISTRATOR'S NO 11CI1 Notlco Is hereby gien that Letters of Administration, upon tho estato of bamucl Ciolusteln. deceased, navo been granted to tho undei signed, by the Probate Court of liuchanau County, Missouri, bpirlni? d...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER !' It A N K V It t: Y T A O Editor nml Publisher. Sll EDMO.S'D STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN Buslnoss or Editorial. C9C TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION fir Year 11.00 Ai'icrtlslng Ilatca on Application. Address All Communlcntlona to THE OBSERVER Sll bfrnond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt tlio Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Pontofflce In St. as Second Class to pit wii.o.v "in tiii: hole" Little Willie lla)s, chalrmnn of tlio National Republican committee, haa been lu Washington tho past few dajs consulting Ills parly's lenders. After lung onsullatlon ho now announce j that the republicans will noon havo P'ans perfected for "putting Wilson In the hole." t'liuirmuu Hays Is, of course, first of all u politician He was chosen primurily to olect a republican presi dent of the United States next yoar. Incidentally, he was expected to elect a republican congress In 191S us n Kind of stepping atone to the larger achievement. Ills suc...

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. — 1 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919 4 in. t-ri V .1 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST a shot sack containing $108 from the shop Saturday. Rhodes got his money back and Wlntersmlth got In Jail. come io returning soldiers, lias writ ten Mayor Whttiotl offering to do any needed work to help St. Joseph boys who land there , Sergt. W. H. Jucken of 1524 Sacra mento street haa returned home. Ho was twlco wounded nt the front. Miss Katherlno Toalc, a nlcco of Mrs. J. It. nogcrs, who has been a Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Hed Cross nurse In oversoas scnico, - t . . I l l lias lanucu in tcw xurit, Moment in oreaier at. josepn Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns According to a notlco filed In the recorder's office Tuesday, tho Warner & Grosser Lumber & Supply Co. has changed Its name to tho Grosser Lum ber & Coal Co. Judge Alice on Tuesday sent Lovell Ilccd, eighteen jears of age, to tho workhouse ...

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. — 1 February 1919

EJ THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARX 1 191 3jsro j9omj (No 31814) onnr.it or pi ni.icvnoN. In the Circuit Court of nucha ian - - C,-.,ntv. MlMonri .lnminrv Term. r,, " . . . r. .1 tohn Cole. William Cole, unit Mi irot Cole Plaintiffs vs. William Curl, W Warn Moore, Jnm Till "li, Lafayette KUlsi n. Chm 'ott i:il .,i. Tlimtri-i .T Vvl.-n, H nrv Wl.li ner ilas Ci.'o Simuol Wldner, ,-" that tho -nil pfemlant, Ltnci t,j je(,jaI1, be notified bv publics ". t.w,T Wl.w" Wllltam Bunnell A- ''-. In non-resident of the ,ion , required hy law. that .aid plalntiil i!, i.. ... i.! ,ii., ,,. Sti.to of Mlasoi-rl, iinil .Iocs not rcslilo has commenced her ault n this Court mi', UHH'r -.1 r-.l uwi, mm in' .. .1 , ,1 ....1 41..-. ,,, Uiii nil consorts, heirs, devisees. Jo- nrrs. alienees, or immraraie, .- remote, voluntary of Involuntary 1 Kr.-iices or v, i.irn . 7J. ""." il'lTm i,Vn rwws- vnZn it-mwrx- J S iniuel wiii-ncr, " V i r. .i, i ....if n ttrnwn Utm riunnell, Alexander O.Rrottn. if ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919 W J r r i : i tU I (No. 3207V) oiiDcn or puimcation In tho Circuit Court or Buchanan County, Missouri, to tho May Tetni, A. I)., 1919. State of Missouri, County of Bu chanan, hs Knthryne Hmlth i. ,1'luliitlff is. William Alfred Smith. Jr I)rfpndnnt Now nt thla iluy totnei tho piiiiiiin ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Nntloo Is linrpby given that t.ptln of Administration, upon the entuto of Pretla Ilajs, deceased, have been KrantPil to the undersigned, by tho l'rohato Uouit of Iluchaiinu County, Mkwuurl, boating ilato of thu 10 til day of Deocniboi, 1118. All persons having ctnlriii aRilnst said rotate are tpqiiHPd to nxhlhlt tliom to me for allowance-, witiun his by her Attorney, and It appearing to months from dato of mid letter, or tho satisfaction 'Of tho Cm Hit Court they that oald defendant, William Bmlth, Jr., Is n noii-rcsTdotit of the Btato of Mlvtouil, nnd does not rMtldo therein. It Is oulered that wild non resident defendant bo ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 February 1919

-S ":TS!IW 5SWTJJ THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919 Mtnnnui NEWS FRO ': All OVER PEREAL M EvvOliDi lowed by mall through half u doiun cities mid finally located In Demur. However, she dropped dead on the stieet Just bcfuiu the receipt of the deeds. So now he must bet, In pa 'tlentlj looking up her heirs," Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greateat State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pon and a Very Little Actual Labor I'aneldlons In bloom the ISth of ihiartj, but sss he finds his cyelght January. Spring hat arrived this year. Ilotendale Signal. ' lloiso souse Is not of much ue In n motor age," muses the Uutler Dem ocrat. "It takes fewer horses and moic cent." In the meantime." says the Brook fiild Argus, "a laige numor Uof those doughbovg arc onderlnwg when they me going to get the dough." rarl Is beginning to fall him. 116 Is a Vlr jglnlaii and will celebrate his 90th birthday next l'riilay, January 24. Nodaway Democrat roium. The...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

P The VER v-J JL -b. , il " '. V C" IT 1 8t VOLUME XI. COMMITTEE TURN DOWN STRINGFELLOW By a Vote of Four to Two It Refuses to Vote For His Confirmation If the Senate Acts in Accordance with the Commit tee, J. E. Cox Will Succeed Stringfellow In tho fight for the confirmation of Col. W. H. Stringfellow of thla city as police commissioner to succeed him self, the opponents of tho St. Joseph man on Thureduy scored first and what will most likely piovo final blood as the senatorial body Is not In the habit of turning down the reports of committees; neither Is It likely to abrogate the senatorial .courtesy obll- gatlon, no matter If certain newspa pers with axes to grind argue that it Is right to abrogate tho rule when by bo- doing It would advance the desires of the said newspapers, and which ncwspapeis when the shoe Is on thu 'other foot Invariably loudly proclaim that the lute of senatorial couitesy "Is never violated." Stood Two to l'our The first fight came up In tho Municipal Corp...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

,Ws .'1WWO9syiE' x THE ST. JOSEPH OESERVTR, SA . 1 IBRUARY 8, 1919 MaxrucmftjcUKJ tltfMM J KTaVJiaq'aIaa3'aaUa:.aJs.rM i wamMi. -,. -4ri-wT"BBP ' For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fr.il HP-" 8 tO lOllllltt't her CIKU. has set tile tr. il foi M licucc ,luJ(,' Horns y 12 it I!ml- THE WOMAN SLAYER IS NOW SAFE IN AIU"r -,. - , !il I Mlea M)il.e tluflaml til Oil';!, .ol , U 3 toniult BR. S. D. FRANCIS 720 Felix M SI. Joaepli, Mo. Urport In tie Treatment ol ill Chronic N'mm" Pl oil "kin ami I cllc I 'I' -ikM of Men and Worn, n I gie a f 10 JiXaiiiina tlon Free. "606 and 914" Admliiisleixxl Intravenously for Illuiltl UlMrillT8 CHROMC IMSi: .Hs I treat su wf lib Catarrh. Asthma, lirnnehiU" Consumption, Can rr drowths. Tumor. Enlarged G' infls. Pimples Epilepsy, St. Vlt i' Danco. Palsy, Uyspepela, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neurit'.. Paralysis Deafne-;, Goitre, llheumatlsm Dropsy. Gall Stones, Varicocele, Mrirture, Hrtrocele Il'ipture. Frtrfte Gland. Klart lr and KMney Trouble Female ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

t W a frl. nWKJrrKmmmr' wt ADMINISTHATOH'S VOTV 13 Notlco Is hereby given that Letters or Administration upon the estate ot ponjnmlu F. Mtddttugh, doomsed, navo been granted to tho undoiolgn d, by tlie Trolnto Court of Buchan an County, Miwuntri, heirlng dato of Iho 16th day , f January, 11)13. All pcrsMtiH 1 ,vlng ilalms against ald estdte aic requited to chlblt them to nc fiv allowance, wit'! 1 six months fiiun date of mild letters, or thy may b precluded from any ben efit of nucli patate; and If ald claim, bo not exhibited within one year fiom the Onto of the publication of this tiotlce, they will be forever bared. A true copy. Attest: MARY A. WILLIAMS, (Seal) I'ubllc Administrator, II. C. Olrard, Clerk of Probate. ARMINfrVrilA TOR'S NOTKT. Notice Is hereby Klven that Lettera of Administration, upon the estate of Samuel Goldstein, deceased, havo been granted to tho undersigned, by tho I'robate Court of IHchaivin Comi'y. Missouri, bearing date of tho 20lh day of Jnnuary, 1919. All...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

X V KJL THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 191f ler i cut, nml that llio vast majority Titr ot incrmi nocCDUCD i' IrlC Oil UUdUTU UUOUllUl 0r them contain from 30 to BO lcr .. I ...... . ... ... l. ... cent. All that nnjono has to do to niumtioB noi yei convened cu iu "u tatlons, clashes ot authority, much millciincM oC publlo opinion In oom- U N K r 11 E V T a a t illtor nml Publisher. S1J KDMOND STREET. rELni'UONN MAIN Burmese or Kdltorlal. 9S ti iims or t' r Voir . sl'MSCIUPTlON ... . . ,.... .llu..nnuntl.,H ....., l.n nvnAolail In flirt mako mien n moaicino is 10 pui miu ni""n .on-,.. ... .......- - next few jears. Good temper mlgm at least be asked of tho wlnnors. I.. i...,i. ..." Q7 nap ,..nt of ntpnlinl II UUIlin CWJ U ' .... - " IS per cent of wilier uiid a mint leaf, A'Htrtmii.K Hates en Application. AJJress All Communications to THE OBSKRVKK 81' r.i Tiond St. St. Joseph. Mo. I. im red at the Joech, Missouri, Mill Mailer. Poslofflco in St. as 5ecei.il Class get ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEERUARY 8, 1919 wwuw'w'wiin Jii"jn'nwitfT' wwyatTPiwui wjuwu wnmu w s I. 5 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL 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 Burglars tapped the Doblcr & Kes Bels saloon to the extent of $16.50 Monday night. Van Armstrong never did steal Georgo Washington's pocket book and so Judge Utz turned the colored brother Jooso Tuesday. Some one stole J. F. CandcU's Grant motor car from In front of C12 Edmond Monday night. Some sneak touched Mike Loftus of Kansas City for $20 and his watch as he boarded an lntcrurban opposite Iho postofflco Tuesday forenoon. Tho park board has asked for bids for the water system for Mitchell Park. There were 152 deaths In St. Jos eph duilng the month of January, of which forty-two wero tho result of pneumonia. Lcwl3 Jefferson, a negro who tried to kill 1'ollco Officer Uorlcowsfcl In So...

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. — 8 February 1919

--j- .TS acfll55Pi vjS a Ita. S1I34) ORB12U Of l'l'Ul.lOATIOrr. In th Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, -Tatittary Trm, 1910. John r. Col, William Cola, nl M;-rgnret Cola PlMntifw w, William Curl. Wll'lam Moor. Jam. l" I'm i, Ivifaetti Ullison, Chait'Hte .-i. IHn.U-n. J I'v Mr-ry v.'V r Kllss Co'e, Samuel Wli'nor. i 1 Widener. Wi'I'itm Hum 11. .'m'rr O Brow nnd tlio ttn- consorts tm ir. ('tvlHc'P'. do- i alienee, f Ir.inieilHte, bimi ri mote, vol iinrv of Invo'untirv int-cj, of Wllllim Cuil. Wl nam ir. James Ellison. Lafayette El 1- i Charlotte 'Hlllson, Hamborrv J iv ITenrv Widen jr, Silas Cn1e, . ii el Wlrtnr. annuel Wtdenor. ii i -i tlunnell. Alexander Q "rown, "prixed Defendants order i publication The (Mate ol Missouri to the above cr'bcd refrni'nts, nreetinK- You ore here notified that an on has been commence!! iKninsi i i in the C'rcuit Court of the Conn- tho c of st j0pplli County of Hu nt Huernran, In the State of Mis- , riuc, ,, , s,,,0 nf Mtamtrl. on the Cth irl...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FE3RUARY 8, 1S13 (No. 32070) onnr.it ov i'uih,ication In the Circuit Court of Iluchanan County, MUsuurl, tu tlio May Trim, A. D., 1919. Stato of Missouri, County of Ilu chanan, as. Kathryno Smith Plaintiff vs. William Alfred Smith. Jr. Defendant Now at this day comes tho plaintiff by hep ttomey, ami It appeal lug to tho satisfaction of tho circuit Court that said defendant, William Alfred Smith, Jr., Is a non-resident of tho State of Missouri, nnd does not reside. therein. It Is o. dcrcd that s.ild non resident defendant ho notified by pub lication, as required by l.iw, that s.ild plaintiff has commenced her suit In this Court against said defendant by petition and affidavit, the object and general nature of which Is to obtain a decree of divorce from defendant on the ground that defendant has been guilty of such Indignities toward her ns to render her condition In life on his wife Intolerable, hi this, to. fit: that for the last -I or li c;irs of ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 February 1919

-HBSicy''" Y THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919 JJURWWltUFINCUUbMVnRUn nrannjLiUBk.- iijwti g:TiTTirMfii NEWS FROM ALL 0ER IMPERIAL liSSOURI; i TnnnB--! i ii iit""' " ' i nf i "'.imm' court of Louis XV, It Is about two by three Inches In tdze nml bouiul In tnnleil calf, with gold letterlim on tlie outside Its name, translated, means Marj's Little Harden," nml It Is In pel feet st-ito of preservation. Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In ihe Greatest State in the l&uon The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Thp Hrncl 1 ltrldccs snip of fine l'olaml Chinas tit Wllvcr IJcll Pnrins was the most sueccsful of any piev imis sale held bj tlicin. A good le pre sentation of this clans of bog btijcis wire present from vntlous pnits of tlio country, l'ottj-two hogs were sold nt an average of $363. The Bale totaled f 15,240. DelCulb Tribune. tlmn mtrely buy out u local firm Also tkkka have been I espon'slblc, for ninny . hi b, for mnn...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 February 1919

St TT v r in ttvstt mit n tti tt& it Tin tj" & t In Fj II w 1 in JPj XL W J L XLa lliJii VOLUME XI. ST. JOSLPII, MO., SATURDAY, , E15RUAKY 15, 1919 NUMBER 24. -J c )j h iFBENOli PEOPLE NOT UN- -$ DEBST000 BY AMERICANS J f Therefore the Adverse Them by the Uninformed Is Unjust So Writes Charles F..Booher, Nephew of Congress man Booher from the French Front Thut the Impressions that mnny people hero Bain of the French peo ple through what la told them by re turning soldiers Is Incorrect, Is what Eergt. ChaVlcs F. liooher, the nephew of Congressman Boohcr, who Is with the American forces In France, writes to a friend here. His Interesting let ter dated at Longrcs, France, fol 1 lows: Longrcs, Franco Jan. 18, 1910. "My Dear Frlen.d: "After a lnpfcc of time I shall en deavor to send you a lew more lines, telling you of my whereabouts; so fur I am still at Longrcs (Long), France; have been packed over u week an ticipating a movement, homeward I hope. "The remainder of my brigade h...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919 For Skilled Honest Treatment AlW Other Doctors Fail Wfilk. (.O.lMlIt DR. S. D, FRANKS 720 I'cllv St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the Treatment of nil Clir tllr. Nerwm. Hlnml Hln and Pelvic lii-eases of Men iinl Women I tlte a $10 lixai Illa tion I rep. '696 and 914" Artnilultrrcd tntriuenntu)!y for Dlood DL-onlerj rtrilOMC DISEVSES I treat u f illy CVtarrh, Asthma, Brmulutls, Consumption, Can ci. flnfctlis, Tumors, Fnlarged OUik'm. 1 imples. Epltepay, St. Vlt is' Dance. Palsy, Dyspepsia, LuiTinaaw, Politics, Neur t'. Parrtlyels, Deafness, Goltte, Rheumatism. Dropsy, (Jail Pmnes, Varicocele, Stricture, Hvdrco'c. Ilupture, Proxtruta OlJtul, L.H Ider and Kidney Trouble l"t mala Weaknes. Piles Tirtula and Rectal Af flictions. I employ In my practice all the latest Heiumt, Vaccines, Antitoxin. Bucterlns, Intraven ous Specific Remedies and the lntest and best appliances for the speedy cuio of stubborn dlmvu, HOF.T TREYTMKNT You piy tor r...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 February 1919

: J lfj-- r J VM MM i fawaf Ti-) HlWVjIf M T lr THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY' 13, 1919 V a t ! i ADMlNlSTUAlUIt'S NOTICE Notlco is hereby given that Letters of Administration, upon tho eetato of llcnjamin V. Mldduugh, deceased, lmvo liem granted lo tho undcrslgn cd, by tlio 1'iob.ito Court ot lluchan nn Co'inty, Missouri, bearing dnto of tho lith dHy of January, 1919. All persons having claims ngnlnst st Id etnte aro tequlred to exhibit t' n to n.p fm n!lnv.ar.t'c, v.llhln Fix niniiihii fri in date of said letters, or t iej n ly bo precluded from nny bon pi it oi uich estate: nntl If said rlulms hi not exhibited within one year from the d ite of the publication ot this notice, they will ho forever barred. A truo copy. Attest: MAItY A. WILLIAM?, (Seal) Public Administrator. H. C. Ulrnrd, Clerk of Probate. ADMIKISTItATOIl'S XOndl Notlco Is hereby clvpti that Letters of Administration, upon tho estato of hamuvl Goldstein, deconnoii, navo been granted to tho undersigned, ...

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