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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 26 April 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919 the st, dosEPii observer yr;,,;: The fi'e of m till nJ limes in deed dirk r u n iv i n i r ii Keillor inn) Publisher For upon the wisdom and unanimous')' the following; plank In being AilJeil. Unit of the ships ! clear from rnlted States ports arc Pub pr itnunilsm ami politic any otbets h inga the hope or hip are at the bottom of Jnoet of the op-I wot Id They am ut the helm They .. ... . ......... tl.ni. tlliali lad It nlfmtn O Coinage Ol I llIO TWO men HIVI cuati ..v.. n.n,- imuwuhu sit rtiMovu -tk:et rEUSrilON) MAIN Uuvlnrm or Lclltorlul. 'position In this oountrj to tile Itague unnnt ho displaced or mpudlated of nation The objector to Hie without illsastei Irfemedlttblft ami S9Si. . 11. ..- lib,, ttiw We I rtiiw.nii"a sbuil wi fni tfftttlnic fot the moment of the rlBl out dlffnr- Tl HMs OF blllhfHlITlON Per Tear J100 Advonurtng Rales on Application. IcaK it- n mill It urmiea llko thin 'We lian outbuild Uutalna nnry Hi Ulllek loriU...

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. — 26 April 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, AFKIL 26, 1919 A: V . V H lrVjKSJGvJHnr v y f S Best for grinding dry car corn, shelled corn and all the small grains. You don't need to be told of the advantages of feeding ground grains. You don't want to lose 25 of the craln you feed your animals. That Is what happens to unground feed. That means that 22 bushels at least out of every hundred It lost, and this would have made you a good profit had you ground the grains. These tests were made with ani mals in the best of health. If off feed, the loss, as you know, U still greater. LAWLER MOTOR COMPANY Vill 1 'reilei lc Atomic. Quatantaari ha th . A. Younf lnduntrlf. Jnr.ot Dttrolt. mstt tacturari of LAY Porta Powar, LAY Porta Mill, Porta Saw, Saw Kit, Pola Saw, Porta Pump, Farm Lttht, Max our, Conerata Milar, to. Atk ut about tham. g&fl-Nn I CAFETERIA 1 m OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS, FROM 11 A. M. UNTIL 7:30 P. M. Highest Quality of Food Homelike Cozy Surroundings Perfect Service and Sanitation ...

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. — 26 April 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH ODSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 2G, 1910 WmMkat. AWsE JMrtM Ji1' W JJ' - TV'TJujr ir ri lumni iiiitiiii n i i niiwim. niiimiwwiiiiiiiiiiniiiwuM iiwmiw mm rm-rrrriMi-TnrvnrrTrrii"iltfri",iTiifirT,,,7ii!Tr,i',,T,T' UU.WH'I WWill'lli IHtaMl IWUllliff I WW II I I Hi Mill II 11 r,wmigssnmmiinmmwiijmm.mm.ikH KWKBP&ia&zxsmvaimas&vmmBmwmmimBmmBK. !4MM4MN9MHiaMfrfMM BH i (H i ! i m "Mm ii 'I ! ''i1"'" nrair')mni rnrnirr '' ir---" Jr.. ant Announcement s inn it iiimiiiii mi inn iinimim miimmmi iBMiiiiMniiiiiiimii iiiiubimh him i h iiiiiiii ii i - r -mnmm a H 'I i ii 1 1 IBM i Hi iilWWHM aBBBBBHHHBJBBBaBlHMnHBHaBBBHK9HUH "Mftf t-CTKa.tAJJWW!3B?3JmyraiOTi MMaaHRHHaHMnHBaaMMMMHHNHH 1 m nort i-lll Tj1 1j o the Citiz ens o St. Joseph THE St. Joseph Railway, Light, Heat and Power Company is deeply gratified to be able to announce to the people of St. Joseph that active work in the recon struction of its power plant has been com menced. Mr. George W. Saathoff, the operating and ...

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. — 26 April 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1910 - - (No. 3207b) oitnr.it or publication In the Circuit Court o Buchnnnn County, Missouri, to the Iay Tumi, A. O., 1919. Stato of Missouri, County of Bu chuniin, as Kutliri.e Smith Plaintiff vs. William Alfred Smith. Jr. Defendant Now ut this day comes the plaintiff by her Attorney, mid It appearing to the satlsLuctinii of the Circuit Court that haul dclemlant, William Alfred Siultli, Jr., la a non-resliicnt of the Htalu ut Missouri, and does not rcsido therein, It la ordered that said non rcsiucut dcleiuiunt be notified bv pub llcation, an required by law that said plaitituf no comiucuccu ncr suit In this Court against bald defendant by petition mid affidavit, thu uhicci and general nature ol whlcn la to obtain a decree of alvorco from defendant on Uiu ground tint defendant has been guilty of such Indignities toward her as to render her condition In life as his wifo Intolerable, in tuts, to-wlt: that for the lam 4 or G years of their...

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. — 26 April 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919 RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper We make n spec i.-il price to the l'arrai'r Ttade ntid i ask Mm to give us n rail while in the city. Wo liavo Rood cheap pipers, nml a nli o line nf medium pa pers that will nppeal to ou, O.A.PASH 826 Frederick Ave. For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fail 4 Cbllhalt DR. S. D. FRANCIS Tid Felix St., St. Jtwvpli, Mo. Expert In the Treatment of all Chronlo. Nervous. Blood Skin and PelvlO Diseas of Men and 'Women I give . 110 examina tion Free. "606 and 914" Administered Intravenously fc Blood Disorders GmOXIO IISn.SrB X treat Bvieeessfullj Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis Consumption Can cer Growths, Tumors, Enlarged Glands, Pimples Epilepsy, St. Vitus Dance, Palsy, Dyspepsia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis, Paralysis, Deafness. Goitre, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Gall Stones, Varicocele, Stricture, Hydrocele. Rupture Prostrate Gland, Bladder und KHney Troubles, Kemale VV'eBkncss, Dies Fistula and Htctal Af flic...

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. — 3 May 1919

BSERV .) J. X.JL JlJ wj a. VOLUME XI. SI. JObh.1'1 1, MO., SAfl KDA,. MAY 3, 1919 NUMHER 35. JLJ.Lwm rV V ;X- 4 I FROM GAMP FUNSTQN TO SCHWEICH, GERMANY, The Many Trials and Achievements of Company A of the famous 336th Infantry In Graphic Language Sergt. Fred Wanger of This City Tells of the Great Undertaking (Continued Lt. Crcaghe was Kent to the rutr to recuperate from his exposure and 1st Lieut. Matthew 'Winters, one of our original officers and In whom the bojs had Krtat confidence, was nB-1 signed to command the company. On i the night of the 10th of November, orders were received to advance and effect n crossing of the. river. The bojs had the "army rumors" In re gard to the armistice, hut no credence was put In It. At 10 o'clock p. m. the advance was begun, which proved to be the last engagement of the war. Advancing Into the river valley wc were subjected to heavy artillery fire which continued after the river h.id been crossed and which threatened tor a time to disorganize...

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. — 3 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1919 I f 3 1 OHRENSTEIN DELIVERS A PERTINENT LECTURE (Continued from Piiko Ono.) name of a person, place, or thin? was nut Intended to bo merely dlitlnc'lve, tli it k for the purpote of Idcntlflca ti in. a with us. It wa rather In t. nded to Indicate or ruvoal the na turn of the peison, place, or thlttir. Thin Jacob, for Instance, tiie.ins mip- as he said, "Surely the Lord Is In this place," and so on. "Indeed this vivid ness of the pciceptlon of a ch.u-actv.r- istlc." says the same writer, "present- el that characteristic as an equlvilent f ,i. ,1,1.,,. i,.if Ti, u..Pi.,l r' ." I nn... uu r.r -. ..in f t,i nf Tim! m.ii.il ' ..v .. ..... -v ..... .v.. ..... ... ...., . .... the formation of a new designation or sv th tla J ness nearness, and permanent In dwelling or di-irnef-'i; Ills nll-efflclen-rv. all-sufficiency; Ills love, provl denpp, and rare for us To becomo .ficqu ilnted with the lllble teachlnir of id, then, ns Christian Selen.-e e...

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. — 3 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1919 Fine Harness and Saddles tnmlo especially for Tanners nnd Stockmen, sent direct to you by express, pared post or frelKht. Send for free Illustrated catalog, full of flno values In Harness, Baddies and Accessories. This liitcicstliii; catalog It yours for tho asking. WIJ IfAVi: NO AOKNTS. AVE SKT.Ti IllltI'.OT TO YOU AT ONH bMALTj 1'IlOriT, SAVING YOU TUG MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS. All of our harness and workmanship Is guaranteed, and you will find our prices right As to our reliability, no refer jou to any bank or banker In Et. Joseph. JAMES LUNDQN Manufacturer of Light and Ueniy llmncx-i, Alo n Pull Line of Lap Holies Nets Illankcts Ceill.irx, Whips, Vac PIIONH 1300220 SOUTH I'OUItTIl STREET ST. .JOSEPH, MO. SAYS WILSON IS RIGHT Chandlee Will furnish everything you need to PAPER your house or PAINT your house or barn. Chandlee Paint and Glass Co. 417 Edmond Street A coroner'B jury found Monday motor car here on Saturday, camo to that Elmer M...

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

$ f THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 191 tut ot inocDU noccoucD I ilL Oli UUOLTll UUOulliLII v it n is v n r t u Editor and Publisher km eituond strkitt telep1jo.nk main Business or editorial. E95 tphm's or srnscniriioN Per Year 51.00 Ac'virtislng Rates on Application. Address All Communications to THI3 OBSERVER 811 F.c"nond St. Bt. Joseph. Jto. Enteted at the Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Fostnfflce In St. aa Second Class lllllU MER1CANISM DOWN ri.vi: No dnulit but thut the president ge oral of the 1). A. It Is a real Amer 1. in but Bho would bo a trlflo too i i were Hhc to have her own sweet w . fur shu has declared that no man ri i l' a good Amoilcun who patron ires a London tailor, eats Liberty cab bage or has a breath smelling of c.HIr and a vnrietv of othor abom- li.iti.ms She is also dead suro that . . ..... , ,,. ,.,. jio.hlng but strictly American food ..,,.1 .im.H.n .nol.. will mi.kH .rood l.iowii-ln-the-bottle-Amerlcans and Mho writes this all down as a part of ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1619 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST rrzTS Mfr When the ) Bogs Come Home Do you remember that beautiful song?. The boys will be here Monday the cele brated 1 39th regiment our boys of Mis souri. The Leader Department Store, of St. Joseph, extends a hearty welcome home home to the home folks and the home town and home here in the Big Store where we have made preparation for you in every way. Come in and see us and let us show you about. We want you to make our store your store for it is built for that purpose. Welcome Home I ftdWtrpaHiii&iMiorc 6th and Francis Streets St. Joseph, Mo. Opportunity for Investment We take this means to place before you the opportunity to Invest In tho stock of The Mary riorence Mining, Mil lint; & Leasing Company, of Denver, Colorado. We will endeavor to answer the question you would naturally ask, were we to have a face-to-face talk with you, as to capitaliza tion, properties and tho policy of this com...

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. — 3 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1910 f '" " tw mmm bi pit iwMiOTHi jn uiiwiiniiwinMriMw.runt HIIIH1WW W MWB ffiTlTS7A.fl&Jg,TBgB 1 l'npe. W A. Masters nnd K. T. Green wire clmi-rii ni ilclcKatcs to the meet- fc R 1 sTi B f '"B lf ,llc National Crcim Icit'i As- fj U ""iiatinii nt I c ii nit, nt tho meeting of tln im nl association Wednesday. Tho delegate will boost Pnrrott for ilirntor of iho national neoclatIon. Hmoo nna Linr vnfa.fi OsOyu CtSiy I lulU UuGUu Alfalfa, Millet, Cane, Kaffir Corn, Cow Peas, Soy Beans, Clover, Timothy and other grass and field seeds. POULTRY FEED and SEED CORN The South Slilc peuplo nrq figuring on erecting a triumphal nich In that pnit of the city, which It erected will bo Kept Htanding. GEKfk ft A ! i-U !'!, i e 157". ar & UU BO H& W W H 72? 27 29 Smith 4th Street. St Jiq'li, M.i. ll.nlng computed hlf term ns first lAraUttnnt City Counselor, l'erry A. , tlrtibaker has opened his law office with James W. Hoyd, Rooms 302-3 Aim i Ira...

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. — 3 May 1919

WTftaffliW)lturiiijftMii THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY-ar1919 V 'V i' FROM CAMP FUNSTON TO SCHWEICH, GERMANY (Continued from Pago One.) you demonstrated tho fitness for bat tlo of a unified American army. Wo appreciate tho loyal training nnd effort of tho First Army. In tho namo of our country, I offer our lioarty and unmeasured thanks to these splendid Americans of the 1st, 4th and Bth Corps and of tho let, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 26th, 42nd, 82nd, 89th and 90th lDvlslona, which wero engaged, and of tho 3rd, SStli. 78th, 80th and 91st Divisions, which wero In reserve. John J. Pershing, ' General, Commander In Chief." O. II. Q., American Expeditionary Forces. France, Dec. 19, 1918. General Orders No. 232. It Is with n. sense of gratitude for , Its splendid accomplishment, which will llvo through all history, that I record In General Orders a tribute to tho victory of the First Army In the Meuso-Argonno battle. Tcslod and strengthened by tho re duction of tho St. Mlhlel salient, for ...

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. — 3 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, 'SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1919 RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper Wo make n spr ial price to the lntmit Tiaiti mil up auk iu ii give us a rill while In the cltj We lnc good, i hi ii paper", nmt n nlio lini i f medium pa pers tl).tt will a peal to JuU. O.A.PASH 2U rrcslcrlck Ave. For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fail r Consult DR. S. D. FRANCIS 72d Tcllx St., St. Joseph. Mo. Expert In the Treatment of all Chronic. Nervous, Blood, Bkln and Pelvlo Diseases of Men and Women. I give a, 110 Illumina tion rree. "606 and 914" Administered Intravenously for Uloud Disorders CintONlG DISEASES I treat successfully Catarrh, Asthma. Bronchitis, Consumption, Can cer Growthi, Tumoni, Enlarged Glands, Plmplea, Epilepsy, St. VItu' Dance, Palsy, Dyspepsia, Lumbngo, Sciatica, Neuritis, IVralysIs, Deafness, Qoltre, Rheumatism, Dropay, Gall Ptones, Varicocele, Stricture, Hydrocele. Rupture, Proatrnte OUnd, Bladder and Kidney Troubles Uemale Weakness Piles fistula and Itectal Af f...

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. — 10 May 1919

RfL t The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MAY JO, 1919 NUMBER 36. IN Jr ki i s FROM GAMP FUNSTQN TO SGHWEIGH, GERMANY The Many Trials and Achievements of Company A of the Famous 356th Infantry In Graphic Language Sergt. Fred Wanger of This City Tells of the Great Undertaking (Continued from Headquarters Eighty-Ninth Division, tlermnnj, December 18. 1918. General Orders No. 108. The division has completed its first six months on foreign service. A ma jority of the officers and men are now entitled to their first service chevron. To them the division com mander expresses his appreciation of loyal and efficient service which has been of a high order of excellence. The division came into the most momentous bIx monthB of the war. And its record hns been an enviable one. In the training area, it convinc ed higher authority of its ability to enter the line as a division tho first National Army Division to do so. It was the first American division to move by bus, w...

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. — 10 May 1919

A THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1911 ADMINISTRATOR'S MTICi: I Notlcp Is hereby Given that Letters of AdmTn Mratlo wKh Will ann."ed. upon the estate of LouH Strcckebeln, deceased, hale been granted 10 mo .?,",', rv..V n,,.),:,,.. :.. undersized, by the Frobile Court of '"J to Court of Uuchanan, County. Uuchanan County. Missouri, bearing "l8?"f'' rtne dale of the 7th dy dato of the 24th day of April, 1919. ,r Anril, isi. .cnlnst AH perions having claims against ' ;V' ?..."" "-- "5-f.i .1 ".".?. onlJ estate an' roaulred to them to mo fur allowance, within six months from date nf 'aid letters, or ..t,l nf ui.nl. .,l.t. n.,,1 If ail.l olnltrt b,. not exhibited within one year from tln date of tho publication of this Muttce-. they will be forever barred. A true copy Attest: MAHY A WILLIAMS. (Seal) Administrator. II. C. Uirard. Clerk of Probate. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTU'F. Notice u hereby Blven that Letters of Administration, upon the estate of Oretha M. Spencer, deceased, have be...

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. — 10 May 1919

THE 5T. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 191 Jl-, Id Fine Harness and Saddles inflilo especially for Farmers and Stockmen, sent direct to you by express, pared post or freight. Send for free Illustrated cataloc, full of flno values In Harness, Saddles and Accessories. This Interesting catalog Is yours for tho asking. vu iiAVu no ac.iints. vi: si:t.tj nmi:cT to you at onu uiAMi ntoriT, saving you Tin; middleman's rnoriTs. All of our harness and workmanship Is guaranteed, and ou will find our prices right As to our reliability, we lefer jou to any bank or banker In St. Joseph. JAMES LUNDON Manufacturer of I.lj:lit ami llcnvy Harness. lm n Pull Line of Lap HoIx-m, Note, Blankets, Collins Whips, i:tc. pitoNi: i3o uao eol-tji I'onun sntinrr st. josi:iii, mo. FROM CAMP FUNSTON TO SCHWEICH, GERMANY (Continued from Page One.) Mo. ""-.. Chandlee Will furnish everything you need to PAPER your house or PAINT your house or barn. Chandlee Paint and Glass Co. 417 Edmond Street Ship All of Your ...

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. — 10 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r n n K r it 1: ytah lldllor nutl Publisher. SU EDMOND STREET. IELEPHON15 MAIN Business or Editorial. C9S nntMS or bunscmiTioN IV r Year 11.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communication to THE OUSEItVEU til Edmund St St Joseph, Mo. Enteied at the Postofflce In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mall Matter. MiT DUIK lU'T 'HIE 1AN COIIES Cmo nf the greatest obstacles to the future peace of the world was over c me when the President' constltu ti 'it with a few alight modifications fin 1 changes, was adopted by the pei e conference at Purls and Its n iptlnn wis a signal triumph for Pn sklent Wilson and for ourselves in a Krent nation. The triumph was nil the more notable from the fact that amendments demanded by Japan mid France were rejected and tho Ann rk-an umendments were adopted In their entirety. And following the adoption of the V ilson amendments there was noth ing of conseiiuotice left ...

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. — 10 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919 I) 1 ); V. LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph chief ermine or at hts former ratu of a-lary. Ho Is no wwlth tha street rnllway company. ' S Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Thirty divorces were granted In the circuit courts Thursday. Mayor Whltsell hns proclaimed Sat urday as a holiday, on account of the bond election. It. L. Voorhees, father of Bert O. Voorhees, died nt his home at Hilton vale, Kns., Tuesday. Charles Sneer pried out a half doz en brick from one side of the work home Tuesday nleht and escaped. Ho used an old case knife. Melerhoffer Undertaking Co. pre sents character, service and consider ation. Ninth and Felix. Phone M. IC6. Adv. Mrs. Susan Kloss, fifty years of age, h widow who resided with her broth er, Clarry Ludwlg. 1417 South 16th, was found dead In her kitchen Thurs day morning. Heart di...

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. — 10 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY JO 1919. "; Till: 1I. MOUTH CLOT111NU COMPANY Welcome home "Boys," defenders of the World's peace A' Jr 12131 Home of S $! Hart Schaffner ?or you and he Govs cominghome OUR boys are coming back from the brttUefields of France, where they brought fresh glory to America, and where they helped to earn for the world a greater freedom and liberty. They'll soon be with us again and everybody feel like dressing up. Wear the kind of clothes our returning fighters want to wear; all-wool fabrics, good style, fine tailoring guaranteed. We have the clothes all of you ought to have: Hart Sch&ffner & Marx and other standard all-wool clothes of staying quality; liveliest styles ever designed; the best of all wool fabrics. Get yours tomorrow; be ready for tho glad days jut ahead. We've made wonderful prepara tions stylet, assortments, values you'll not find dupli cated at 25 $40 $30 $45 $35 $50 Bntien W TCnrh ifi Cat I jmixrw Jam ftBatrd nmtmA vru jmnx...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919 v. V. NEGROES CAUSE A NEAR-RIOT IN HOUSE r, (Continued from Pago One.) to "head In." A resolution was pro pared ly them to present to tho House but on request of Republican leaders It wan dcitled to withhold tho resolution provided tho negro was Bent hack to Bt. Louis. After this troublo It developed that ho had been discourteous to a number of tho young lady attaches of tho House. Had this been known before It la qulto probable that tho negro would havo been roughly handled. Ho Is ono of tho twenty-eight Republican negroes brought here from St. Louis by Republican members of the Houho as members of tho clerical force Has Tct'tli In It Tho bono dry bill passed by tho As sembly make violation of tho law Enrich Your Land Make It More Productive By Using LIMESTONE DUST rertillmtlon In n Different Form. Recommended for Alfalfa. Sold In Carload Lots by Reinert Bros. 1308 N. fith St. St. Joseph, Mo. War Food Without Wasto ilustrite Ice Cream...

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