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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919 NEWS mm mi over IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Placo In the Greatest State in the Union cmlulc, wna In Holekejvv on business nml to visit relatives Tuesday. Mr. Knnls bcpan railroading In 1SCC and 'in 1S71 ho opened the first lelcBiaph fflce nt ltninitnlc nml lias been the 'nccnt anil operator there ever since, l'orty-clght long cats as Etatlon agent In mil' jilnco Ih undoubtedly the prize record or tho Ilmllngton estem which Mr. Knnls In entltltd to. Uolc- kovv llrrnld. tThe Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor l'ainoll has nil end ( online need to make prcpnratlont! fur a 4lh of Jul lelebrution. "TIkic Is no pal Hut; so tiltler," Mphs the Jefferson City IJemnirnt, "ns tlw paitlni; of a quinine capf-ulc Just ne j ou swallow It." According to tho tfhelblna D mo crat. Mr. .1. A. Crotheis recently marketed two Inns which Weighed lwent-ono pounds apiece. They brought her JO 30. The Cab...

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. — 17 May 1919

Ki The T?I 3L O uEiksMcw VOLUME XI. ST JOSI-TII, MO., SAT I RPVY, M Y 17, 1919 NUMBER 37, Ct w ftr JrU rsx I T i I t - .V CHAIRMAN KING, AS USUAL, "PUTS HER OVER" St. Joseph and Buchanan Good Name In With a Whoop and Spurt the Final Goal is Reached and Some More Added Well now don't jou feel better? Don't you think that jou have done Just as you should 7 Are you not proud of tho way In which jou kept jour city and jour county from falling Into the discard? And especially after you had done bo well In nil of the other efforts that your Rood old Uncle Samuel asked jou to take eaio f 7 And last but not least, are you not prouder of our own Chairman Ned King who led you so carefully to vic tory when for a time It did not seem that victory was possible? And onco more, Jiro you not proud er of him from the fact that when the great drive was In the deepest Jeopardj" he never for a mpment lost his fnlth in jou, but worktd all tho harder to see that nothing was left limfone to brlns nbout th...

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. — 17 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 191 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlt'i: Notice Is heroby given that Letter of Admlu Htrntlon, with Will annexed, Uion the estate of Louis Strockcboln, deceased, have been granted to tho undersigned. b tho Probite Court of Buchanan Cnuntj, Missouri, bearing dHto if tliu 24th ilu of April. 1819. All perton having rlalnii agilnst wld estate an required to exhibit them to hie for ullovvanee. within six months from date of wibl letters, or tlu may bo preiluded from mi ben efit of such estate, and If said claims be not exhibited within one jear from the date of the publli itbm of this notice, thev will he former barred A true nn Attest MAHV A. WIl.UA MS, (BoiI Administrator. H. C Olrard, Clerk of Prob.ile. AftMtNIsTU VI OKS NO IICK Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Ailmln'Htr.itlon, upon tlie estate of Clretha M Spencer, deceased, hae bn granted to tho undersigned, by the Pmbate Court of Buchanan Coun tv. Missouri, bearing date of the '..'4th day of Ap...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 May 1919

THE' STr JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 17,T19I9 S Panama Hats a Specialty Bring Your Last Season's Hat to Us Have it Cleaned and Rcblockcd. , , THOSE WORN SHOES Have Them Repaired and Made New at the Work ('nihil for nnil Iicllvvml Five?. rnoxn ma i.v i s.i i. firm i:iM"on strf.itt. 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 AU of Your Furs, Hides, Wool, Pelts, Etc., to Us Highest market prices at all times. Wc advise early ship ment. Write us for price list and tags. The St. Joseph Hide & Fur Co. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI Three Telephones! Main 1MT. 1(1 North Second Street JONAS D. EMERY. Manager. KEISTER LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE The best school of Its kind In the Went, where you are taught to cut, fit and make your own clothes. Full Course $25.00 40 (In)h' bowing Course 15.00 10 Uajs' Suiting Course COO THE MISSES QUANEY, Teachers Moss Building, Eighth nud Kdnioiul Streets. Room ...

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. — 17 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 rHWIMWJ WWMPIWliWI THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER P It N li V 11 V Y T A O IMllor nnd Publisher. Ill I:ilMONI STRUCT TEt.ltPIIONK MAIN Business cir Editorial. 633 TKHM OK si'iiscmmioN Ttr Year 11.00 Advertising Kates on Application. Address All Communications to Tim obsbrver 811 KsTmunil St. fit. Joseph. Mo. n t but In tho cml they will accept. Tl or futuro at home their salvation - their future abroad depends upon their acceptance Hy swallowing the bitter dose with the bet grnco possl hie and by bringing forth fruit meet for repentance In the ncxr" few yearn, they may expect to gain a place for themselves In tho league of nations and so to stand at last, shriven of their sins, once more n great people among the great peoples of the earth Entrtcri at tint Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postofflce In St. as Second Class tui; pui:siir..vrs pisaci: tiwatv of course the peace treaty submlt-t-1 to the Germans at Paris last week li.is Its flaws and...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSEHVER, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 ( L .s H LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Tlio state senate unit house liuvu paiwpil highly vuluKtmlo t evolutions commending Col. .lames II. McCoid of this city for tho great work that . , i f-r 11 t m rw l ! n '',t' ,'"i,' fr the state In tln war rarugrapnfl wnicn t eu or mc nappunuiKu juucu, period. during tho war, was tho guest or the lotal chapter Wednesday, ntut made an addres at tho Commerce Club luuihcou. Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Hock fondant Undertaking Co. Lady at' 91 S FfeJerlok avnu. Adv. si'pomnn Hat Co. for the .fofir.-; Wtvodbury At a meottng of sliJ, raisers or tho county held nt the court luiuse Tlmts- I rtj" , it wih decided -tii fmm n stork miners association. Plans uum perfected , osteiday by tin? rations Improvement bibs of tho city to hold bond rnlllii In nil parts of the ilty, and push tlio project. James 11. Hopkins, the Imp...

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. — 17 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 taaaj !! n THE CHAMPION BOOSTER Automobiles and Accessories Hnrry Oveibcck Has That Credit nnd -a . a Hrn.m Is Oh en AVliv . H J THIR TY DAYS OF IPAL MUNIC OWNER Jlj.1Jl Here Is What Happened to Municipal Ownership During the Thirty Days of the Month of April On April 1 the people of Duluth voted by a majority of nearly two to one against the purchase of a municipal street railway. On the same day the voters of Colorado Springs over whelmingly defeated an appropriation for a public valua tion of the railway and lighting properties in that city with a view to municipal purchase. The voters were going to take no chances on having their taxes raised. On April 3rd the people of Pasadena, reputed to be the home of successful municipal ownership, where every body is said to believe.in it and like it, voted against a bond issue to build a municipal electric railway. Pasadena has seen enough of municipal ownership. It knows that apparently che...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSEilV5.it, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1920 HE Tf EOT AMMUAL CHILDIDEM9; T fas: T T 1 JF-l I. .1 - Tf TT . 7 Tf 3hrWnfc dru jeveoa xtr active anauixixi International Buyers' Club Presents Celebrated Juvenile "Movie" Actors in Latest Modes for Youngsters at Bush Terminal Sales Building, New York. lilOM fflOW JLMLfl U LLJLIJLL kJ KXJikA W) rMjj(y J' U (IW " JASBt 5W H Mj n1 ,iijv - ncniL.'i r m mm ;-- jasssssssssraaiasB -;--. ? V . f I 1 I fl Adorable Little Models, Fitted to Perfection, Show Frocks for Play, School, Promenade, Dancing and More Formal Occasions; Overalls to Be Quite the Thing for Little Girls as Well as for Boya. Adorable little models, fitted to perfection, the dresses bcintt design to especially for the purpose for vHill each is intended, and worn rrlfh tlio ease, grace and nonchalance Of a belle with a record of two or thi'ec successful seasons, promenaded IJ-M3 a flowered stage In New York Xli other day. They were dressed rV every occasion, for play time, f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 17, I91f NEWS FROM All OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In tho Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Tin- Oiearmont Chautauqua dates have been set for August 13 to 17 In- elusive, "The man who wants to roll up a fortune must first learn to roll up his flonw," says the Slattr Hustler. The Clifton HUlMlustlcr heads Us c lumn of Farm Itureati Noti with the nirt admonition: "Lot us spray." "Knur to Be Vuli anticd." Is the heading of n story In the Klch 11111 Knterprise announcing the approach ing marriage of two Itlch Hill cou ples. The 1915 Missouri wheat cro) Is iMimoted at 00,000,000 but-hels from 4 .43 ooo acre. It Is wild to bn 11 pi r cent bttter than last year at this time. The Joplln News-Herald wonders If It bicomea fashionable for nations to deal honorably with one another whether Individuals will adopt the habit. Lm SI. Phlpp, a member of the bo...

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. — 24 May 1919

The St. eph 1. VOLUME XL ST JOSFPII, MO, SATUkD V., MY 24. 1919 NUMBKR 38. WHAT THE PRESIDENT ASKS CONGRESS TO 00 From His Place at the World's Peace Table He Ca bles His Urgent Recommendations THE COUNTENANCES Jj PROPOSITION PUT i-r $300,000 Mm.; Was Collcetisi In ' ,n- "-" ' UP FROM BOTH ANGLbS BETTER FOOD LAWS Asks That the Country Be Put Back on a Prosperous Peace Schedule at Earliest Moment The Congress that convened Monday faces some very grave problems ones in which every person in America is vitally inter ested for it affects each and every one of them and the future nrosnpcts of this trreat COUUtrv. As an American, you should know what these problems are--and you should know "how Wood row Wilson, America's great war president, would handle them. He is now in Europe at the peace table and trom tlierc ne caoieu nrs message to congress, wic uim that was ever sent to that body with its author out of the United States, During the busy days of the week, as was the case with many ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 May 1919

THE 5T. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOlUCi: Notice It hereby Riven that Letters of Administration, with Will nnnoted, upon tile estato of l.ouls Streckobeln, decoaxed, havo been granted to the undersigned, by the Probate Court of Huchanan County, Mlnnmirl, bearing UHto of tho 24th day of April. 1319 All persons havltiK claim against said estate are require 1 to exhibit them to mo for allowance, v. 'thin six muntliH from date of s-Ud letters, or the may be pre ludrd from nnj ben efit of such pststo, nml If salt! claims b not exhibited within one year from the date of the publli atlon of this notice, they will be forever barred. A true copy. Attest- MAHY A. WII.MAMH. (Seal) Administrator. II C. Ulrartl, Clerk of Probate. ADMINISTRATOR'S N'OTICII Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Administration, uiinn the estate of Urothn M. Spencer, deceased, have ' been granted to the undotslRned, by tho Probate Court of Huchanan Coun- ty, Missouri, bearing dato of th...

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. — 24 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 191$ 3 1 J : ) C,- Panama Hats a Specialty Bring Your Last Season's Hat to Us Hove it Cleaned and Reblockcd. .. THOSE WORN SHOES Have Them Repaired and Made New at the Ffo 4 ylf gf WHAT THE PRESIDENT ASKS CONGRESS TO DO (Continued from Page One.) Work Culled for mill Delivered Prro. piioxr.MAix 12.-1. noi) rn.MoND sniniTT. jti Will furnish everything you Ticcd to PAPER your house or PAINT your house or barn. Chandiee Paint and Glass Co. 417 Edmond Street Ship All of Your Furs, Hides, Wool, Pelts, Etc., to Us Highest market prices at all times. We advise early ship ment. Write us for price list and tags. The St. Joseph Hide & Fur Co. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI Three Telephone. I Main 1S7. let North Second Street JONAS D FMEIU, Manaser. KEISTER LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE The best school of Ha kind In the West, where you are taught to cut, fit and make jour own clotheH. I'ull Course 125.00 40 tlii)H' hewing Course 15.00 10 tin j s' bcnlii Coiiimj...

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. — 24 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1019 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER v it a n k r n 1: y t a a Editor nml Publisher. Ml EDMoND STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 535 Uusmess or Editorial. TTH.MS OK blUnCHIPTlON Ptr Year L00 Advertislr.K Kates on Application. Addrc--- xll Communications to THIS OBSERVER 111 Efmufid St. St. Joneph. Mo. Entcied nt tin Postofflce In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mail Matter. "OLD GUARD" IN Till: SADDLE r i nmfurtably una seemingly quite f-oi urely seated In the saddle, tho old tiuard" uppcared Monday when the special session of congress conn nod under Republican control. A Dumber of years ago the grand old paity was banished from control for us sins from the seats of power the nmo sins that cave rise to Uull Maooi-ry nnd resulted In the country being Riven over to democratic al m"il;itratlon, legislative nnd eNecu tl e during one of tho most crl'lcal mil important periods of Its hlstorv. Aril In tho mouths of such republi can leaders such as Smout, Penros...

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. — 24 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1019 - 1 ; m iBpiW sixth and francis streets bt. johisph, mo. mm Two Prominent Merchandise Events of Our Great May Sales The Semi-Annual Sale of White Goods Now in Progress The Spring Dollar Day May 29th Our White Goods Sale will continue for the ten days following May 21, the date of their announcement in St. Joseph newspapers. Our Dollar Day advertising will appear in the News Press and Stock Yards Journal May 27, and in the Gazette May 28. Both of these events arc of much importance to the buyers of the territory about St. Joseph. The White Goods Sale embraces special items particularly for the graduate, the June bride and the summer dress. Dollar Day will' be the greatest merchandising cam paign our house has ever experienced, for with greatly en larged capacity to buy and sell, we are in position to serve your interests in greater measure than at any time in our history of business. Remember These Dates White Sale for 1 0 days, beginni...

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. — 24 May 1919

lymxvweKffStansz THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, 1V1AY 24, 191 g,-''-i"J A-jj'inax-tmmr L "l"1"' t'" ' WJ ""5- A v vh. PEOPtEMAYKNOW! A Primer on the $500,000 Bond Issue for a Municipal Light Plant NO. 1. WHAT IS A CITY BOND? r It is a promise to pay the amount of the bond a certain number of years after it is issued; it is a mortgage on all the property in the cit' and its payment is guaranteed by the taxpayers. NO. 2. WHO ARE THE TAXPAYERS? Every citizen is a taxpayer. Many have paid income taxes for the first time this year. Taxes are charged on all real estate. If vou own your home you pay taxes direct. If you rent, the landlord charges his taxes in your rent. If taxes go up up goes your rent and generally even faster than the taxes. . ' NO. 3. WHAT IS THE BOND LIMIT OF ST. JOSEPH? If all the bond issues carry on May 27th, the city will be within $50,000 of the legal bond limit. No more bonds can be issued for any purpose, no matter how necessary. All future city improve ment...

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. — 24 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919 ft r i - i RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper We make a npeclal price to tho Karmcr Trmlo and ne nsk you to clvu us a c-vll while In tho city. We h.ive (rood, cheap papers, and a nice line of medium pa pers that will appeal to J on. f.m 820 Frederick Avo. TIME TO PAlIN f VAN HU11KN Hems Paint. J2.X0 n rullon" Red Barn Pilnt $1 2S per gallon; Itubberold Roofing, J1.60 to J2.2B per equaro J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. SOU St. Joseph Avtuue School Day Memory Books FOR THE GRADUATES My Golden School Days, boards, 75c; oore leather S2.00 School Friendship Hook, boards $1.00 The Girl Graduate, half buckram, $1.23; cloth $1.50 The Girl Graduate, 007c leather 52.75 Central High School Memory Hook, loose leaf $2.50 Stunt Book, a record of good times, cloth $2.00 And many others suitable for graduation gifts Any of the above books sent postpaid on receipt of price. Mannschreck's Book Store 113 NORTH SEVENTH ST. THE PROPOSITION PUT UP FROM BOTH ANGLES Continue...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1910 11 NEW M - STORE FOR DOLLAR DAY, MAY 29 That Is More Than Important for Economical Shoppers A sale with money-having opportunity : Real genuine reduc tions which a backward season forces us to UNLOAD. There's no apology needed on our part; we must sell while selling is needed. HEWS FROM ALL OVER MPEBBAL MISSOU MAKES SPATE GOME UNDER THE ACT Interesting Happenings Which Have Tuken Place in the Greatest State i the Union A Feature of the Workmen Compensation Act That Was Not Looked ror For Men and Boys Men's Suits Boys' Suits Knee Pants Boys' Wash Suits Men's Pants Overalls Work Shirts Dress Shirts Neckwear Work Shoes Dress Shoes Emmcrson Shoes for Men and Boys Read the Following Carefully Luxite and Wholeproof Hosiery for the whole family I vicver oau, v.apes, uoiraan!, ouus, uresses lor nil occasions. Silk Skirts, Wool Skirts Hats, trimmed and untrimmed Tub Dresses, all popular fabrics Shoes, Pumps, Oxfords, all the prevailing models B...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 31 May 1919

Sm EPH BSERVER. THE N fo SN VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919 NUMBER S9. RENBUCANS AY FORCE TO RUN AGAIN VICE-CONSUL TO BERNE llnrry Norwood nnil Wife on Last Tuebelny 1'ntcrtnlne.l n Dis tinguished Relative. Open Defiance to Gop Party And a Challenge to "Go to the Mat" with It on the League of Nations Issue ' Tho Democracy of this part of tho countr will all with one ncrlalm en dorse the nttlon of. the Democratic national committee which In Its meet ing at Chicago on Wednesday unani mously passed n resolution prnented by Jantes U. Movies of Salt .Lake City nnd seconded by (Sen. W. IJ. Halde man of Kentucky which h as follows: "We, the Democratic national com mittee, recognizing the splendid ser vice being lendered by President WII5011 In behalf of njust and endur ing peace, extend to him our heart felt rood wishes and congratulations, and bo It resolved that we do hereby record ourselves In favor of. the prompt ratification by the Senate of tho tieaty of peace, Inc...

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. — 31 May 1919

i. V-. THE .ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 31, ma A DMlNIhTltATOK'S NOTICK Notice 1 hereby (slven that Letters of Administration, with Will annexed, uium the estate of Louis Strcckebeln, deceased, liavn been granted to thu undersigned. ly the Piobato Court of Iluchanan County, Mlxronrl. bearing OHte of the Z-ltli itsy of April, 1919. All persons having claims aKalnat e.ild estate are required to exhibit ihem to me for atliiwitnce. within 1 mi.ntha from date of mi Id letters, or they may bo precluded from nny bni nil of such eitate. and If said ( laiins ! not exhibited within one year from ih" dutp "r the pulMention of this i.ntiee, they will be longer barred. A true copy. Attest: MAHV A. WILLIAM?, (Seal) Administrator. 11. C. Ulrard. CWrk. j Probato. ,rMIVISTIIATlUs notici: Notice Is 'hereby Biven that Letter f Administration? upon tllo estate of .rat ha M. Sirtmceg, deceased, have IJft'Il UrUlllVU II' llfV UlHiriOlglMM. 'J Hie 1 TiitlBlP eimn 111 lut -iiuiiun coun ty, Missouri,...

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. — 31 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEpil .OBSERVER SATURDAY, MAY 31, 19t0 t $ Panama -Hats a Specialty Brinfr Your Last Season's Hat to Us Have it Cleaned and Rcblcchcd. THOSE WORN SHOES Have Them Repaired nnd Made New at the jmmmMMS Weirl. Cullotl for mill Dclltencil I Yet. i'iioni: main 12.M. r.nn niumxii stiikitt. Chan see Will furnish everything you need to PAPER your house or PAINT your house or barn. Ch and fee Paint and Glass Co. 417 Edmond Street Ship All of Your Furs, Hides, Wool, Pelts, Etc., to Us Highest market prices at all times. Wc advise early ship ment. Write us for price list and tags. The St. Joseph Hide & Fur Co. ST. JOSErll, MISSOURI Threa Talephonaal Main 1JI7. lot North Second Str.l JONAS D. EMERY, Manager. KEISTER LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE The best school of its kind In the West, where you are taught to cut, fit and make your own clothes. rull Course J25.00 40 (Iii)b' Sculng Course IB. 00 10 tin j h' Sowing Course 6.00 THE MISSES QUANEY, Teachers Moss Building, Eighth and Kdmond ...

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