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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 March 1919

miywymMHHiWEWlf r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 n I !... .rfn CHOICE TEXAS RED SEED OATS Grain, Hay and Mill Feed Write hi for Prices. Fogarty, Kneib & Co. 11 I -1 r. -1 S South ICili Mrcrt t. Jiim'IiIi, Mo. hews from all over imperial Missouri I i mulo htul taken in owner to chin oh moiu than one thousand time." Enter esting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In ihc Greatest Stale in the Union n it i,-v II I.G F IB, - '. &'-' ILlJSLsSJ&L&lJLS& t$&9 J""V.I.-"cSttfo flFPf-R ' . - niir acni ii .T -. 7L Id Mara n &y&aB'Jt a j .r7.11 The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor oalnuMJN ilHflt. t i '-K it ijlii Tho bill of Senator Mayes provid ing for the rintorntion of capital punishment was engrossed without opposition in Iho senate. I, MKfc.H fti, ri-.onTV.ltf.. Wrtl. tlKA.MAn.SUIIUNHU MKTAL WtlitKHCU. l Klghty-four candles burncit on the 'birthday enko of Col. W. U. Itogers, editor and publisher of the Trenton ...

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. — 8 March 1919

l?3 'jf i "VGi Y"k "57" ""JP dy "W" & "ai(r""N3 "'&"" sv " VXL. JLw VOLUME XI. A VOICE I vi EGYP FRO TSPE Tell the People of America That They Cannot Comprehend How High He Stands Miss Catherine St. Clair, of This City, Years a Teacher, Tells Her Story It Is a long way from St Joseph to Alexandria, Egypt and It Is a long distance for a St. Joseph person to bo away from home and It Is also a long time since this St. Joseph Ver non hns been at home nnd therefore her story Is all tho more convincing for It is conclusive that she Is not In fluenced by any report or any cause that she might have acquired were she here. It is reprinted every day In the press reports that President Wikon Is regarded In all other countries ex cept this country and Germany as tho greatest man now living and as thOj(Sivlor-of tho clvlllzatioft'-of tho world. It Is not to be Inferred that tho people of this country nro against him, for they aie not with tho ex ception of tho Lodge, Penrose, Sinoot et a...

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. — 8 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH 0E3ERVFP, SVr.llDAY, T'hRZU G, 1919 nimTjiv,a,aBvaK "MIWWIIHI Hill IMIWl (JUAIIDIANN MV1ICK OP FIN Ij SUrihU.MK.NT State of Missouri, County of Hu ch.inan, m In the Probate Court of Buchanan Ciiunty. In the mattiT of the estate of Peter I.ingatl, a person of unsound tnlnil. M trv Orace Langnn, Guardian. Tn Wm. Lntigati, Owen M. Langivn. Arthur C. Laharaii. Jamas Langati an J Mis Mlgnon McNatley. Vnu arc hereb) notified that on the 3.1 day of February, 1911, being tile fust day of the Februnry trim, PUD, i.' tho Piobato Court of tho County of Mm hnnan, or as soon theroiftcr an I nil be heard at staid court, I will Timlin to and with said court, in) final seiilement as Guardian ot the estate of Peter I .unci n. a person of unbound mind, now det cased, that a Just mid ti ,ic exhibit of the account between imsclf and said ward has been in ido mid filed In said prolmle court, where It la open to the Inspection of all per h ins Interested. Dated this 27th day ot Jantnry, 13...

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. — 8 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919 miM1iHT' Will yjUrVII Ul I"!1 WfW.JPlWH Kk i vif . j f ADMINISTRATOR'S NOI ICU Notice is horobv given th.it Letters of Administration, upim tho cat ite of llcnjumin 1". MWkl'iujh, ileienxod, liavn been granted to (Hi- utidorsiBn od, liy tlii I'rnliiti Court of Huolian in Comi'i Mi"url, bearing date of the 1 itli ii iy nf .lummy, 191'J. All .in. l,u. tm; claim asalnwt said ct.ito hip I'l.illlod to exuiblt thorn lu m. f . nll'iwanm. Within hIx nimitliK friim il.ito of.sukl letters, or they m iv 1 tirenliiilari from Any ben efit of gbrh estate; nnd If Mtd clnlniH, bo not exhibited within one yeir ftm tho dato nf th publication of thta notice, thpy will be forever burred. A true copy. Attest: MART A. WIT MAM. (Seal) l'ublic Arim n Rtritor. II. C. Qlrnrd, Clerk of l'rnbito. A !M I NISTRATOR'S SOTirT. Notice III hereby Riven that Letters of AdmlnUliatlun, upon the estate of Painiiel (loltlstpln, deeennrd, have been Kinnted to the unilerstKi...

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. — 8 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919 THE ST, JOSEH.; i.-liI,",.. discoverer of the league of na-jmcnt which will abide by those rules Ions theory In one part of Ills ail- of law and equity unit by theso prin- It i I fi I 1 l lo. mill Ptibli HI KTMONI M IlKBT lTLl:riM. .1- MAIN Ii'ismcK or Editorial. S85 II H.MS Of MllUM KIlTtUN tr Year J'n AcM-mstng Rates an Application. A j Iff to SI' All Communication THIS aHSKttVKU l,riiond St. St. Joseph. Mo. i. noted at the ivurrice in st. jo-tpli. Missouri, as Skccuil Class V u' Mutter. Ill 1 v I tl . tl. REST AIMJt MICJfT AGAINST WAR " i- -iow revenue bill is almost lutui in the tact that Itha wing- v , . -in-head spate defying adver- i lit against war a coldly sol-.or- n tation of truth to the minds rorC0i 0 e&l n 'ii against th.it dread element of t ULtion. war. "!- thin bill reduces the material -. of modern warfare to simple l practical terma and ahoves the - nit bang! into the cyea ot tho ice man, who, under the spell .Is...

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. — 8 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919 k mr -wim, i LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL 1TEREST 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 were taken to tho residence of hor brothers, Isaac nnd Napoleon Miller, on Ashlnnd avenue, from where they wero burled Tuesday. Eugeno Farr, slxtcon years of ai:o, felt at tho l'rlnz skating rink Mon day night and fractured his left arm. When tho road overseers met at the court house Monday to receive their Instructions, the Judges told them that tholr jobs would last as long as Jicy gavo good Bcrvicc and no longer. Ilobson Hoar has moved hli law offlco to suite 407 of tho American National Bank building. Henry Martin, district head of tho mony of ChrU Dedcs. a Greek, who Kotary Clubs, will be here next Tuesday. Stanley J. August ha been honor ably discharged from tho service at Cape May and will be at home In n few days to visit ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 March 1919

Y THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1911T For Skilled Honest Treatment Oter Dcctora Consult Dft. S. D. FRANCIS 720 Felix St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In tho Treatment of nil Obr nic. Nervous, Blood. Skin n 1 1 VI vie IMs"Hue of Men and Women I give a (10 Examina tion Tree. "606 and 914" Administered Tntrairnniiply for Blood llxmleM nrnovrr uisr. srs i treat juirooasfuiij Catarrh. Asthma, I ror hltls Coneunii 'n. Can cer. Orowthi, Tamers, Enlarged Olinfl, Pimples, Epilepsy, ht. Vitus' Dance, ru'sy, Dyspepsia, I.umlaTr, BciaC'a, Neurit'j, ParnlyBl", Deaf rem, Goitre, Ilhe.imatl' m, Dropsy. Gall Stones, Varicocele, Stricture, ITvdrocele. Rupture, Protrnte Gland. Blirtder and Kidney Troubles, lv-iinle Weakness, Piles. Fistula and Itcctal Af fliction. I employ In my practice all the latect Serum. Vaccines, Antltntln. Bn Pterins, Intraven ous Specific Remedies and the latest and best appliances for the speedy euro of (stubborn dlseaee. honest mi: ytmfnt tou pay for results only. ...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919 umnmiwm.Hy7TTHfCTria-gfMi phwvt cnwwoi'T'wnji (No. 3207V) oitnnti oi- puumcation In the Circuit Court of IJuclinnin County, Missouri, to the May Tctm, A. i) 1919. Htulo of Missouri, County of llu chntian, us. Kathryuo Smith Plaintiff H. William Alfred Smith, Jr.lJeieinluiil Now at this day cornea tlio plaintiff by her Attorney, ami ll'nppcailtig to tlio satiiCictlon of tho Circuit Court that Balil defendant, William Alfred Bmith, Jr., is n non-resident of tho Htnle of Missouri, and doea not M-sldu thrtulu, it Is ordered that mil J non resident defendant Up notified l pub llcation, as required h) law. that ld plaintiff lins commented her mill In till Couit aRBMist said defend mt by petition and affidavit, thu object and gotural natuie of which Is to obtain a decree of divorce from defend mt on tho giound that defendant has keen guilty of Niieli lndlsiilties tmiaul her as to lender her condition In llto AIJ.Ml.MS'l II.VIOR'.S NOT ICi:. ...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919 i ii i mi iwfjtxjmmuwMWBaii s NEWS FRQEVi ALL OV nwny. No lives vcre lost but the ex plosion caused considerable damage to the properties. As n clincher to the suggestion tlint the people of Wnrnv lmil better stop quarreling over the question of wnt -r-works ntid ilo something, the Benton Again This Spring, as in the Days Before the War, Hirsch's Will Feature IMPERIAL M I., County Enterprise, points to the fui t tint 'he fire loss to the town In the last twenty yenrs h:ii totnleil $1SO,000. I K'luiiliiK n recent fire In which the loss amounted to $SG,000. UITS Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union ER Hal D i ISS00R9 TAILORED ) S 4 iThe Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Ac, r.riling to the Springfield Lend-1 monthly allotments from the bureau er the man who Is good nt solving puzzh makes the bett Income tax report t r i - .-...... i...1,t.. i... ,.. iivfu, w luiiu...

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

The Observer. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 NUMBER 28. A y & "ALLEN WAS LOOKIN THROUGH A And When Gabbert Returned From the Battle Front He Was Still Peeking Through It Where Undoubtedly He Secured the Major Portion of His Material For His Famous Tirades When St. Joseph's own Lewis C. ' Gabbert appeared before a crowded house tit the Bliss school Monday night to address the Bliss-DIalr Par ent Teachers' Association he display ed unmistakable signs that he had become tired of reading and hearing of the tirades of abuse and misrepre sentation that the windy gocrnor of Kansas, Henry Allen, has herotofore and is still pouring out at tho govern ment and the official management of the war relative to tho Argonne drive, and by which the aforesaid Hen. Al len seeks to discredit the Democratic administration which has conducted this great war to a successful and de cisive finish. Allen has no grievance If the facts are known except the Republican Idea to discredit ...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 1919 nfwmmwMWMKriininwfM'mnw American McniWjnrnnuwmiamwinuaM'auvjrcfsuw lioiial Bank ST. JOSEPH, MO. OFFICIAL STATEMENT MARCH 4, 1919 RESOURCES Loans $ 6,232.550 49 Hanking House 150,000.00 I nited States Bonds .I'arJ 180,000.00 57o Redemption Fund 7,500.00 U S Certificates and Liberty Bonds 1,41S,200.00 Cash and Sight Exchange..'. 360,009.65 Total $11,857,260.14 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 200,00000 Surplus and Profits 277.184 . Circulation 150,000.00 Dl ".POSITS Bank $5,657,501.99 lndi iUual 5,572,573.79 1 l,23ft,075.78 Total $1 1,857,260.14 t LOCAL MATTERS OF GENEBAL INTEREST Representative V. V. Wntklns piloted tho firemen's two platoon 1j til through tho house to ciifiromnunt Tuesday. Major Whllsoll Tuesday appointed ahotit fifty additional members of the memorial committee. The olil Karir plaeo of 278 ncrcs near Snxton Station was hoU this week liy 13. II. Oilpln to John W. Wiicler for $53,220.50. Funny Saunders, a colored woman 're...

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. — 15 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 K y j o ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notlco Is hcioby given that Letters of Administration, -pin the eotnto of Benjamin F. MluiaURb, deceased, have been granted to tho uudci sign ed, by the Probate Cuurt of Iluchan mi County, Missouri, bearing data of tlio 10th day of J miliary, mla. All person having claims against said entate aro riuuhcd to exhibit them to me for allowance, within mx months lrmn dBte of suld letters, or they mu bo piecftided from any ben efit or mien otte, and it Mid claims bo not c jhlblted within one yeir from the , tc of the iivrhlleation of this i-.olli.. they will b forever barred. A truo copy. Attest: MAHY A. WILLIAMS, (Seal) Public Administrator. II, C. aiinrd. Clerk of Probate. ADMINISTKATORN NOTICF. Notlco Is hereby Riven that Letters of Administration, upon tho estate of tiamuel Uoldsteln, deceased, have been Krunted to tho undersigned, by the l'robato Court of lluuhnuan County, Missouri, boirliiB date of the 2...

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. — 15 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER V It N Ti t 1UM T A o Kill I or mid PuMMirr. Umih miking document. It 811 KDJIONU STIIEBT. rELKl'IIONK MAIM B3J BustueiM or Editorial. tirms or sinscmrrioN r.r Year 1-00 A.'virtMng Rates on Application. Address All Communication to TI1G OBSERVER 811 WnonJ St. U Joseph, Mo. Enlettd at Uis Postofflce lit St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class M ill Matter. u.uil s in to be necessary to say what it is imt, ns well as what It Is. It t not, to begin with, a conetitu ttnii of the work!. It provide for no super-slate and no super-government and therefore could not ho a consti tution. It Is o compact by which Mated league themselves together for n rtaln objects. Tho plan tloei not create an Inter national army and navy. 1'oico may bo resorted to, after all other moans fall, to prevent war, but it will bavo to bo by agreement of llio member Kt.iles acting through their properly constituted authorities. The power of tho ...

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 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 . IV- r j 1 i I V " Spring Suit Sale Women's and Misses' Spring Suits, made to sell at from ?30.00 to $39.50. We will put them out at only Every season we have been prominent in our suit-offerings at the above price. We bought these suits at such a saving that we arc able to feature them at the price which has made this store famous' for big suit values, and now when market conditions are changing we arc in a position to give the pub lic better service than ever before. There arc many different models to choose from Tricotincs in Youthful Belted Suits. Gaberdines, waistcoat effects. Fine Navy Serges. Henna Velours. Dirt Poplins. New Box Suits in taupe. Blouse Back Models in black. Plain Tailor Madcs. See Our New Waists for Spring No garment is more stylish, nor more practical for spring wear than one of our smart Spring Waists. They are made of Georgette, Satin and Crepe dc Chine, and arc the latest word in fashion. Our special price...

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 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 "r Mxmmm own mi4iiigcw Keep Young Chicks Growing ' III "'-' -"' man: For Skilled Honest Trealment After Oih-r Doctors Fail Sl't A DT.tra All PnMi) I - r1t,rH tr tltn Vtrtm. Pfil- - ft ciya an m,i,uiuj iiiviuuiii .a .w.j vw. Z&i umbsa, Edison, l'ati.e and Uthcrs. F. A. JOHNSON m"ercitnt tailor A rino Stork of Goods for your (tclec ttens. HnisonrMc Prices. First class a-Tkmnnahlp iiuranteed. Repairing id pre.vlns department In connec tion Phone Main 2SoSJ. tl3 Felix Strext St. Joseph, Mo. THE Hesec Building Material Co. Agents for Sunflower Portland Cement ALSO DRALlHiS IN COAI Ehono Main 1057 St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE I'ACICING II TO.lNO Stoic Futures, Safe. De-.Ua 341 I TELEPHONES I BBS Third nnd Chnrkw. The concert sSSSv urrwjk Int&iKi- . sSfflMP'2 famt, W-2- Consult DR. S. D. FRANCIS 72d Tcllx St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the Trciitment of nil Chronic. Nurvous. Wood Skin an J TVlvIc Diseases of Men nnd ...

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. — 15 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, I'J.'J naatfwr.Tt c&jEtmrKEr-n DUUianiM Tt kJ i (No. .1207V) ORDER OP PUBLICATION In Hiu Circuit Court of Huclianan Comity. Missouri, to tho Muy Teim, A. D., 11 State or Mlssouii, County of Bu chanan, dm. Kathrjne Smith Plnlntlff s. William Alfred Smith, .lr.Dciondant Now ut this iluy comes tho piaiiillif by her Attorney, nhd It appealing to the satisfaction or tho Circuit Court that said defendant, Wilnain Alfred Smith, Jr., Is n non-reau.uut of the Statu or .Missouri, and nun not u", .0 therein, it la ordered tiu.t said .luii rcsldenl defendant lie tmlu oil bv pub lication, as required b) law, lrl haul plaintiff has uiiiinuiii i i"l 11 this Court against said ue enaaiit by petition nnd affidavit, tne ojec't and general naturo ol vvluon to obtain ADMLNIMRA'IOR'S NOTICE. Notlco Is hereby Riven that Letters of Administration, upon the estate of I'reila 1Ihh, deceased, have been granted to tho undersigned, by tho l'robato Court of JIuch...

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. — 15 March 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 NEWS FROM ALL OVEB IMPERIAL JJSSOURlj stepped behind a mule, which klckod him, breaking a leg. nnd tin owing hltn ngnlnst nnothcr iniilo, who In turn klckul him, bro iking a couple of rlh The doctor reports Sir rebus ns being qulto serlousl) lnjuicd. Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Kvldcntl) Probate Judge Snm .Tones of bodulla li 11 had a sierot ngreo incut with the preachcis Jlo sttad fustly refuses to perform nn) mar ring!, ten monies, though he Is per mitted to do bo under tho law Ho declares that civ 11 officer:) should not many couples and Insists upon leaving It all to the preachers Mrs Nancy Helton of Uoldsbtri) ithe faiuj hare, and tint there are has the proud distinction of halng 2? grandsons and 1 great grandson In tho federal borvlce during tho war. at lean five thousand of them In the tow n, Anyway," remark...

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. — 22 March 1919

T 5FPT T- wSStm JHto JL 1W1 Ssl SatMni -WLi mo.i VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH. MO., SAIURU ,. MARCH 22, 1919 NUMBER 29. Up O Is 0 1 Sj1 O rL Pi ink. w Pi 1"C V. K t THE FINAL BEST TO JOHN A Great Missourian Who Helped to Make Much State History Crosses the River He Had Much to Do with Events and Men Who Gave This City Notoriety A largo delegation of St. Joseph at torneys headed by Judge It. E Cul ver and L. C. Gabbcrt went to Kansas City Inst Sunday, called there by the desire to pay the final tribute to a man who had done much for MIs Bourl, not alone at the b ir, but In work for tho advancement of this great state. Judge John Finis Philips who for from 1888 to 1910 was fcdcial jjdgc for the Western district of Missouri and who served on the bench In tho federal building hero In many noted cases, died at Hot Springs, Arkansas, on Thursday. The remains were brought to hl3 late homo at Kansas City on Saturday and tho funeral cere monies occurred thero on Tuesday Thero was a great outpouring...

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. — 22 March 1919

s THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919 "i'BJ wmjui- ' ijmiL.Uiim.uiwJuj.Lin (.No. 33114) OIIDKU OK PrilLIOATION Tn the Circuit Court of P.uchamin ..nt), M.raourl, to thu May, litis, i i 'ii thereof. imp -elf 1'laluMff vs. Harriet w KUiiman, .vimiin u ' Idred 8 Kelson, tlpnrgo t'ler. Miry II. Nelson, - n. Mild nil J. Smith and mlth Defendants !ny romc the plaintiff I h i i s and it nppeArtmc to i.i i in of the Cirritit Court 11 it iik, MUdfi I S Nelson, r s Crowiher, Mary II. - '1 NV'toii, Mildred J. -in th rincis 1). Smith, are iien- i - il fie st-te of Missouri and if m ' - therein, it Is ordered tl it i I ii i-ridnt defendants be ' 'i f i hv tillcation as required by i' th.it f puliitlff has oommenr t I !i s i t this i mirt against said ii femln-i s t petition, the object and (. nernl , t i e of which la to obtain the JuilRr ii and decree of the court as to wnetl it a parol partition was made anion the helra of Mary Self, 1-ipisii1, ii the West One Hundred I i lty (14...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH ZZ, 1919 fcN rs ifc- ! I IV is r i!iM41M2&,UFXW&3&ttZZlICJEXtlSIBLZUi3Z1 kbti B Distributors of PAIGE Automobiles and AVERY Motor-Fanning, Threshing and Road Build ing Machinery Michelin Tires and Tubes. Also Brunswick Tires and Tubes. TRY OUR SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED REPAIR SHOP. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Wc Make a Specialty of Pulling in Cars. Interstate Auto Company "FRED LXNGLEY, Manager PHONE M. 135. LK.HIH AND SYLVANIE. EaBghaJwaEfZ5KSB.qiiyat HI LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAUNTEREST The Ostcopnthlo Hospital company1, an organl7atlon of tho osteopaths of I the city, filed nrtlcles of Incorpora tion Thursday, and will build a hos pital to cot $60,000. A telegram received Friday by his family states that C. D. Morris of the Gnzetto has sailed from Havre rrance, for home. SOAGED HEN. ALLEN Tho Missouri Senate Decided That It Would Not Ifonr tho Windy Kuiiiiis Gotuiior. CORRUPTION IS CHARGED , iggi.rra.:r.a-ra-i mw.nm. - Iho Stucli Vaunted Secu...

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