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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER T II A N Ii 1' It C Y T A (1 Keillor iind Publisher. ,our military activities there nniount rato or wages, M whether the employ- Stt EDMOND STREET. telephone main Business or Editorial. COS tirms of subscription Ptr Year (1.00 A'virttlng Hates on Application. Address All Communications to TI1U onsEiivisu S11 Lc niond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Elltrtld at tho Jos pli, MIsfeourl, l.ii. M mer. 1'osttifflco In St. as Second Class HI l'l I1UCAN ATTACKS O.V WIL bON what use Is It to them for Ke l"ii. u in loaders alone make them nt thf r charges that President Wil (, ii is keeping them entirely In ig n .i in. e of what he Is trying to do In 1 i pi ' And when they have sound- i.i luu.'lj these charges they follow i ,1 L frittering away the public's t i in the Senate and House dc n n u- him. i i ait ts that their hatred of l'i nUiit Wilson has hecomo an ob s - mi They combine it with an- i i ni.-tsatou anxiety to win the...

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. — 15 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEDRUARY 15, 1919 K &' i LOCAL MATTERS OF MERAL INTEREST Paragrapho 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 lato James 12. Dlttcmorc, who died I"ob. C, 1919, causing him to mnko undue distribution of his property, Charles K. and Vortlo 13. Dlttcmoro, grandchildren, havo brought suit against tlio widow of Dlttcmoro nnd her children to break tlio will. There is 250 acres of fine land and a largo amount of personal property involved. William 1'arm wants a divorce from Agnes Parm. Harold J. Worley, a civil engineer in the employ of the stock yards com pany, died of pneumonia Monday. The Armstrong Auto Co. filed arti cles of incorporation Monday with an inorcaso of capital stock from 2,000 to $10,000. F. 11. Kdman and J. M. Armstiong own 200 shares each of the total of 400. James C. Simmons, a welt known merchant of Parnell, died ut a local...

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. — 15 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919 J (No. S1834) oitnnit or lN'in.i cation. It the Circuit Court of Buchanan CK'nity, Mlsaourl, January Term, 1 l 'I. John P. Cole. William Cot. and Mirgn t Colt) Plaintiffs vs. Wllllnm Curl. William Moor, James Tin -u, Lnfnyotte E'Hson. Charlotte M -.", Tlamhcrr J Pyin. Henry .Tamo Ellison. Lnfnvette Kill "i, Charlotte RIIIfoh. llamborrv J. le ,ienrv Widener. Silas Cole. i i.i Wli! nor, P.imuol WloVner. i ' r lt'inndl. Alexander O. llrr wn, ilrr. --n,i Defendants 'iHi'EU oi- rrni.TCATroN. Tin state of Missouri to the above ri'iivt litfenrtcnta, tlreetlnw. V-m nro hereby notified that an has been commenceel against il,,,,J, hii '. ' Jnm'iiol Winner, i'"1"' ""l lIl "'' defendant, Ethel resident defendant le notified by publics K,n ..?? vi.i!-wmutli Hunnoll I A. OorodNt. Is a non-resident of the I Hon as reauire.1 by law, that said plaintiff ni r p'r r tho un- '" M'"rl. rui.l uWnot reside , ha. foran,eced her suit In tl.lt Court .1 ii....

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. — 15 February 1919

It THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919 S I ' II i v. 5r .. i (No. 3207k!) oitnnii or I'Uiu.ication In tho Circuit Courl ot Uuchiinnti County, Missouri, to tho .ttuy Tcim, A D, 1319. Stato of Missouri, County of Iiu chanaii, im, Kalhryne Hnillh Plaintiff vs. William Alfred Smith, .lr. Defendant Now at this da; come the plaintiff liy her Atlornry, nnd It appearing to the? sitisfni'tlou of tho Circuit Court that said defendant, William Alfred Bnilth, Jr., is n nou-iesldent nf the Ht-ito of Missouri, nnd does not rrsl.lo therein, It Is ordeied that said non resident defendant he nol'fie 1 hv pub lication, as requited hy law, that wild plaintiff has iotmmiictd her mt,t In this Court ugalnst said defendant b petition And nffldalt, the ohjert nnd Koner.il nature ot which Is to obtain decree of illiorcc from ile'tndaht on the ground that defendant has I been irullt) of suih indignities toward j ner as to renuirier mniiiinm in iiio , ns his wife luloli ruble. In this, to-vvl...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919 fcyj'ewyn iw'fcgrw J-W JV".y.B T-'"ITJIP1' WlfffW JW NEWS FR01 ALL OVER - 'riu.Tt-j3Ji.ai,i'aigyjrJT;i'jgj.ifjTitaxsx Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In the Greatest State in the Union rerentntlve II. C. Chancellor of flur ton comity Introducid u nwnsuro pro viding that nil one htintiiiK wild (owl from nn nlrplane must flitt obtnlti u special J25 penult from tho stato dame nnd fish depmtment. Tho avia tion ilrinrtment,uf the state mill t i i Is to nwhl the etntp khiuc wnrilen In iiiroriliig the provisions of Cluinicl lorn bill. ffhe Product of the Scissors, the Pon and a Very Little Actual Labor K Un kenrldse cltlsens have rutsid n .continent. He Is 92 yenrs old. In his youth he vulRed from VlrRin'.l lo Missouri, Kot the wold fever mid walk ed on out UMhe l'nclflo coast to loo.i things' over. Jack pot" lo ho spent lit prospecting for i al. The Joplln Oloho opines that the man who Is willing to try anything onto la us...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 February 1919

jiajJrtftftitiinitiWfchirtMiiiwwjiiiiiMiw ,e s tl VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, 1-LBRUARY 22, 1919 NUMBER 25. & w,. LJI . f I- ) ij caught advancr GEMNS And Mowed Them Down Like the Keen Reaper Harvests the Ripened Grain Gunner Courtney of St. Joseph Contingent Tells of the Fight in the Argonne Private W. W. Courtney, the son of Mrs. I. M. Courtney of 1524 North Tenth street, who Is now with the 128th Field Artillery, has seen much fighting la the. war Just closed, nnd from his account so havo nil of the St. Josjph bo s. In a letter to his mother he tolls' of his experiences In a most Interesting way when ho tas: "Verdun, Trance, Dec. 21, 'IS. "Mrs. I. II. Courtney, 1524 North 10th St., St. Joseph, Mo. "Dear Mother and nil: Thought I would write and let you know that I am O. K. nnd back wth the battery. I hae received some letters from you, but no papers or letters from .Clark, Edna or Frank. "I feel fine since I came back from the hospital, and I guess we stand a good c...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 February 1919

mULf HM'BHiMWOHiWIHWTClK i,Br -v -w "-cv-jmrv THE ST. JOSEFH OB5F.RVEF, SATUFDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919 'jpMywwuig,wnfcrTMnefrrAecg''ya "MBnw4tgyi-xaaacfc.icgmgajy n aR,Twa.-fvmyt argracwyj --uTew iTif?saa"3sryTaaHarkayciatrjxaji-wM;j3rtgjtirjwKi'wj XWTJi'uir tf 1 2? Honest Treaiment After Other Doctors Fail to. -Mitt DR. S. D. FRANCIS 7 M TrliT St., St. Joseph, Mo. Txper lii the Tre'ilmrnt of all (hi nli Nirvus. Blool CI In ni1 Cil if Diseases of Men and V on r n t give a $10 kxamuia t on 11 ee. '606 and 914" A(1nilnltprtl Itrtrsvennuriy for UIoihI ll'orlers OIKOVIC IMSEAKES I treat s . asfillj Cntnrrh. Asthma, llr K 'iltin Consumption. Can n r Orewths, Tumors, Enlarged Cil in. la. Pimples, Epllepay, St. Vlt s Dame, Palry, Dyspcpelt, Li n mno, Selit'm, I'mritis. PiiiuHhIs JJeifness, doltre, I" unuii'"n. Lropsy, Gall ".i nen. uluncele. Stricture, i; in rclf Rupture, Protrte film1. li'.ni 1, r pn'1 Kidney Ti oulili s. F'-maR Weakness, Pile Fistula arid Rectal Af fliction. I employ In my ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 February 1919

!MfciKltaWittdfc( THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919 t mwuimmtttmmm i hwjiwwiiiiumCw'"'Ju i ADMlMbTltAlOK'S NOTK1., Notice is hereby eh en that Letters of Administration, ti,im the estate of llenjaniln F MliKlaiigli, do.otied, liavu been granted to the underslgn eil, b tlio l'robuto Court of Uuclinn ait County, Mlssouil, bearing dato of the Mth day of January, 1919. Alt person1 hiving clilms ag-ilnst mill estate are i. nilrcil to exhibit them to mo for hIIoawo, within . months from date of unld Ici'irs, 01 they may lie preiMtnled from nnv ben efit of hiicIi estate, nnd If said lulms bo not exhibited within ono xe.ir from the date of the publication of this notice, the) will bo foreoi burred A true coi, Attest, MAHY A. WILLIAMS, (Bonl) Public Administrator II. C. Ulrnul, Clerk of Probate. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice Is lieteby glxon that Letters of Administration, upon the estate of Samuel Goldstein, deieised, han been Framed to tno un Irrslgned, ny tne 1'robate C...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 February 1919

romiuffigtaxwJiMJMna THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1018 U . v AIM THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER v it n iv i' it i: t a u Editor mill Publisher. thing Our mulls nro choked with from Iowa. Hho Indorsed, from both ii lo-mnitc letters, our vvastobaskets moral and hygienic standpoints, th sii i"iMtM street rnLnrmMi main Hut-lness or Editorial. bo; TI KMS OF StUM'KlPTUIN Per 1 ir 11.00 A.' 1 using Rates on Application. .v.iri'ss All Communications to T1UC OBHERVKR Ell Lmiond St. SU Joseph, Mo. i:ntcicil at the Jc- I'll, Mlnuurl, M u: .Matter. Poslofflce In St. as Second Class . 1 1 I l.ii i l u Till. PIUKIIICNT IS COMING I . isnlent Wilson has left Brest Ik is mm en route home and he Is muni; in his domicile with a good l s til m bacon hanging over unu mi ,1.1m which will be exhibited in . ii n Tuesday when he lands. in.l l'n sulent Wilson has accom- pn-iud ., great part of the heavy v ii. il. tt he aailed across to do, and I of the great parts is the acoept im i I.) the count...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, rnnrUMRY 22, 1919 7 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL 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 H. 12. Townsend and Rico McDon ald were confirmed by the state sen ate this week us police, commissioners for St. Joseph, their terms to oplre April 28, 1920. CJcorgo E. Mclnlnch of this city was tho star witness Wednesday before tho houso and senate committee In vestigating tho road row at Jefferson City. nock Undertaking Co. Lady at tendant, 916 Frederick avenue. Adv. The Everett nchool was on yester day presented with a large national flag. C. L. Ilutt made a pleasing address. Butter and eggs both took an up ward 'flight this week, creamery ris ing to CG cents per pound while eggs rose to 40 cents a dozen, but why God alone knows. Extracted honey Marshall & Dunn. (Advt.) Dr. DeLamatcr, city health officer, gave tho milkmen of the...

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. — 22 February 1919

.WXJ THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919 A U WHMBWOwn THERE ARE GREAT LOCAL MATTERS CF GENERAUNTERES7 The St. Joseph Automobile Club started a drive for new members to day, nnd will push the eampalgn vigorously. ALE CHANGES IN TAX 11 VJ JU o iBb.95 (Closing D?ys of our "ah-Pi'd Jrt fpTl vW i ii I I H l I V V Walk-Over Boot Shop 716 FELIX STREET Mci m if airm F3r Sal We Haws No. 43 159 acres, fine farm, 3-4 mile of Bolckow. All lies well, 52 acres wheat, balance corn and blue grass; 3 good barns, cribs, hog houses, concrete feed lots, good house, cave and other outbuildings, plenty water tanks, etc. If you are looking for something good, let us price and show this. No, 44 218 acres, 3J4 miles northeast of Savannah, 6 room house, cellar, large barn, sheds and other building; 150 acres tillable; 40 acres wheat, 16 acres alfalfa, 24 acres orchard, a good farm and priced right. Might take in good smaller farm. No. 43 40 ares, Yz mile of Rea, new 6 room house, bath, close...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 22 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, U. S " '" ' '' "" "" """" " '""-"- n -i i-ii'-.Jb,j,i.i.,,, n'mg1.,..lu..,11...L..-. . m i (No. 3:07v) unnmt or ithmcation In tho Circuit Com I or Uuchannn County. Mlmnurl, to thu .luy Tcim, A. D, 1910. State of Missouri, County of Uu chiinan, bu Kathr)uc Hiintli .IMaltitiff vs. WillHm Alfred Smith, Jr.lJeicivlnnt Now nt thlri ily comes Hit- plaintiff by lier Altoriir), uiul It appearing to the HfttlMf.icllnn of tho Clicult Court tint ,U(1 defendant. William Allrod Smith, Ji , In a non-i undent of the Statu of Missouri, nud does not ieuiu thcicln. It is orUoiod tht bald non- rcsldunt defend ml bo Untitled by pubjj ncnuon, us inquired by l.iu, that said plaintiff Iiuh Ljiiinence(l her Hull In this Court against said defend int by petition nud uifldaUt, tho ubjict mid general nature ot 'llch la to obtain a deerco of dhuice from dulemlant on tho ground that defend'int hint been eullty of huch lndignitie toward her ns to rendei her conditi...

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. — 22 February 1919

THE ST. JOSEFH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEUKUAKY n, 1319 W9M MWIW wa NEW twin"1 xt: ia rvmuirj wnmi.-m m i jii uum-juujww.uj.uu rrawrtwwi. FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL Missouri I 1 I TwcmsjUM irftxuWwJt.ti'MriiTnrrrg 4rrsMru.iarmrvi,mnim vmm half century membership In this or ganisation. Tho presentation spci'dl was imulu by T. F. Freeman, nobli grand of tho DeKalb lodge. cnught, uml the Intrepid firemen first . THE CLAIMS OF IRELAND I ! tried to smother tho flumes with wot I - Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State iit the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor "On Wednesday of last week a number of farmer In tho vicinity of Concordia met and organized tho Goiu'ordln Co-Oporatlvo Company," notes the Concordlan. "The company will handle food, food and llvo stock, Thero tire 127 shareholders, 200 shales of $25 each having been wold." If eggs ocntlnue to decline in price tho Macon Republican Is nulto hope ful we may yet have tin Eas...

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

frtieauttMress. L3i. w I t VOLUME XL HOMER S. GUMMING And Given Instructions to Aggressive Campaign So That There Shall Be No Question of Democratic Success at the Polls in 1920 The Democratic party must In or der to carry on the great work to a successful conclusion which whh In augurated by the Brent war Just end ed, bo successful at the liolls In 1320 and In order to bo successful It must Ret down to hard work now and not wait until the election Is nt hand was the summary and the result of the meeting of the Democratic na tional committee held at Washington Thursday. The work of reorganizing for a complete and nggresslve cam paign was started the momont 'hat the committee adjourned and theie will be no cessation or let-up from this time on until the polls close In November, 1920. To know that the work will be and to see that It Is well done the com mittee selected that great organiser and director, Homer S. Cummlngs of Connecticut for chairman of the na tional committee for the n...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 wirBrBwwwmiw A Fag ff Interest t llinme ImiiMeirs i .i. i:iki:u r. a. i. . i.roiKii: n. itkiiu a. i. a. wii.i. s. M.UItlClt. i. . EckekAldrich A rchitects Corby-Fcrsee Bldg. Si. Jc3eph, Mo. 'IVI M. I7". and M. 1(11 Wholesale and Retail flllllli Wmtfrmfltiffll S RB && Hiirvi hhi w n . h . .n . xi in i: irs. rj ra wi nvra BflaMSsBSSSMM i- fiw saa? Sish, On -r-,. I imi' I'h-ti-r, Vtl.is IVrtl.itnl ( cinent. Rock, ocr I'ipo. Ilmldirs ll.mlw.ire. NaiK, Wall l'maiil, Rubber Routing. Grnpliilatum Paint and Roof CVnient Stops Leaks in Any Kind of Roof. Agents for PENINSULAR PAINTS AND VARNISHES AW ON JLJ. XI. JLJ. CONSTRUCTION CO. We build anything anywhere 05 Edmond St. Telephone 329 St. Joseph, Mo. Roofing of Asphalt Roll, Flat, Gravel, Shingle "The Roof That Stays Is the Roof That Pays." T. C. HURT & SON ROOFING COMPANY Contract Department for Applying Materials. 1018 Frederick Avenue St. Joseph, Mo. imiom: main suot. Go Ahead ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 ' 77 L ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby Blcn that Letters of Administration, upon the estate of llcnjnmln F. Mlthlnugh, deceased, have been granted to tho undcralRn eil, by the l'rolnto Ootirt of Buchan an County, Missouri, bearing dato of tho l&th day of January, 1919, All persons having claims n&ilnRt Bald estate aro required to exhibit them to mo for nltowatico, within six mouthi from date of said letters, or they ma) bo precluded fiom any ben efit of such estate; and It said claims bo not exhibited within one jear from tho dato of the publication of this notice, they will bo forecr barred. A truo copy. Attest:' MARY A. WILLIAMS, (Real) Public Administrator. II. C. Qlraid, Clerk of Probate. CHARMING LUCY GATES Who Will Appear Hero Next Tuesday With tho IJcrrcro Enscmbla at tho Auditorium. rult-armcd, a modern musical Minerva, Lucy Gates flamed into tho arena of American concert activities. ADMINISTIIATOII'S NOTICE No...

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

JW&aWdSODl.TClWfeiat-i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVF SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER v it n k r n i: v t a a Filltor nml I'lihllsher. Sll EDMOND STREET. rELEPHONlS MAIN C35 Business or Editorial. ti-u.ms or sruHcnnnioN tir Year 11.00 Ai'vcrtlslng Hates on Application. iho ittltude tit tlio Vnltcil States of ninli.i In this world crisis" Until tho war whs won, hostile partisanship Into which tho Cntallne conspliacy was about to plunge It. Tor tho truth la that tho republican rltlcism of tho president's address licadcis aro hopelessly on tho wiong Addrejs All Communications to the onsienvuit Ell Eimotid St St. Joseph. Mo. Entcted at tho Joseph. Missouri, Mai". Matter. Foelofflco In St. os Scccnii Ciass 11T PRUSENT CRITICS SAID THUS In hit address to Congress Jan. S, Ii'n m embodied In tho fourteen p.. mn submitted, everything lnat Pro-Mont Wilson Is trying to do now - ti I . ven hi present mot virulent ci u i ill' not even i.t this tlmo pro ten I ili.it hta terms have und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 l" r '4 trlrJ,J,3ri.rlrJr; i A SHOE REPAIR. ING AND SHIN. ING PARLORS 1 J f )u.?n ,I,.V "w " I . J0' ! "lite fumllr l V 1'Hnginif the ol.l ones IS VA "l mtk thrmti r irooi as new, thus mm Kfi.pfi?,.i.for H,nv "' "S? lime dir received ' . SAM GALLU lie South tth Street. rhons Uiln IIJI St. Joseph, Mo. F. A. JOHNSON Micncinvr Tur.on A rinu Siork of Goods for your selec tion. TUnsonnblo Prices. First claps workmanship guaranteed. Repairing a.Vl pressing departm-nt tn connec tion. Phone Main 2868J. 813 IVlli Street St. Joseph, Mo. (.THE Hesse Buildins .. Material Co. Sunflower Portland Cement ALSO DIALERS IN COAX Phono Main 105 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL 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 was arraigned before Commissioner Duncan who fixed his bond at 18,000. He wilt be taken, to Louisville, Ky where ho will...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 March 1919

fiu.Jr'A. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doclori Fail New Fairm -ft For Sale if Tradk W IHIa 40 OtHiors Jt flC W24XiS '- tW l i, i: y-v-ii fEM$$Mk v''v Cou.--.ill DR. S. D. FRANCIS 72(J Tolli St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the Treatment of all Chronic, Nirvoun, Blond Skin and Felvlc Diseases of Men and "Women I tile a HO Exatnlna-, tlon Tree. "606 and 9!4" Administered Intravenously for llltxxl IH'onlors cimo.vic Disn..sn& I treat successfully Catarrh, Aethma, HronrhlUs, Consumption, Can cer, Growths, Tumors. Enlarged Glands, I'implei, Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance, Palsy, Dyspepsia, Lumbapo, Sciatica. Neuritis, Paralysis, Deafncst, Goitre, Itheumatlsm, Dropiy. Gall Btones. Varicocele, Stricture, Hydrocele. Rupture, Prostrate Gland, Bladder and Kidney Troubles, Female Weakness, Plies, Fistula and Rectal At fllctlons. I employ In my practice, all the latest Ferums, Vaccine, Antitoxins. Dacterlns Intraven ous Specific Remedie...

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

I. 1 . i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913 ft 7 i T ", M f . (No. 3207v) oitnnu or rtmuuATtox tn tlio Circuit Court of liuchiinan County, Mlwonrl, to the May Tctm, A. JJ 19H. Btnte of Missouri, County of Uu chanaii, si Kathryne fnilth l'lnlnllff V3. WIIIHm Alfred Smitlt, Jr. Defendant Now lit this day cumus the iilnlntllf Y hur Attorney, and It upucailnR to tlio BaUHfjctiiin of Uiu Cnouil Court that said iluft'iidunt, William Alfred Smith, Jr., In n nonrcildenl uj tlio Blate of Missouri, ntul tloei not leslde therein. It la ordcied that in I.I non rcHldent defendant bp notified by pub lication, as tvgulred bj taw, that Hald plaintiff Ii.ih commonix-d her suit In thin Court ncaltiHt nald defendint by petition and nflidatll, the oljj.'ct and general nature of which Is to cibltln a decree of divorce from defendant on tlio ground that defendant has been guilty of such indignities toward her as to render hci condition In life as his wife lntolei ilde. in this, to-wlt that ...

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