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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 31 May 1919

TH ST;- JCSfeFH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r k n u r ii i: v t a a Editor mill Publisher. , I 111 EDMoND STUEET. (TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. 593 ti:hm or subsciuption Per Year 10 ACvcrttsing Hates on Application. Address All Communications to the obseiiveu 811 rTiunJ St. St. Joseph. Mo. Emoted at the Joseph, Missouri, Mm: Mailer. J'ostornce In Bt. bi Second Class recognized ami welcomed nlil of thojer.il other countries, arc deadly llrod three prlnclii.1l religious groups oflof war, hlsli taxes and unsettled the country To have recognised Sep- 'business conditions. Let them quar- nratoiv tio nnnVouV'lenomnatmnrfre'fiiver Article' X. If they like, but . .. . . ..... .. . .. fp- . ....,.,.. HIV MlllM'l.K x w.....v., .,, the pant fICt) ear because of Wll- vv e nuve iir ' i.,... .. - - i t l( ., .1...- nnl ltnn r-. n what in earner mi" ........ - of the Frotcstunt church woulil have .produced chaos In the social and -re); llglous welfare work In ...

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. — 31 May 1919

THE; ST.. JOSEPH (OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1910 I b V fr ' . ' I LOCAL MATTERS OF . GENERAL INTEREST 1 Tuesday and brought to this cltr where ho was lodged In Jolt on the Ichariro of breaking his Darole. Dep uty Marshal Wheeler will endeavor to have him doported to Germany. fe Paragraphs Which Tell of the rlappenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns A total of 199, 10 has so far been raised In this district In the Southern Methodist ccntonnary drive. .' Edward,?- Blankenshlp, forty-nine yearn of ago, died at his home, 1924 South Fourth street, Monday night. Cab. I. N. Carson, Jr., of Co. E, 1261H Infantry, Is at home on a fur lough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Carson,' 2710 Lafayette, Clms. U 'Taust 'has ''been Vetalncd to nsjlit City Counselor Stlgall In the gas company litlgatlgn that . Is to come up cm account of the public utilities ruling. The three baseball "diamond! In stal...

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. — 31 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH ObSERVER SATURDAY, MAX $)', .mi r?.- i-tr- OIIIU It Ol Ft l.UATIO !' i hi' Cin mt Court of Buchanan Co n Jlipiniri, to the My Trm, A ' ISl'l. 1-1 ii .C Mu.-ourl. County of Du- ch s. "m in .in ..Plaintiff ''endant i' m. to 'i in C i "t ' ini XI. t)ir- it- St.t. of nxlilo tm it.ni. n.. in i li n i i ulil.... t o.i, i -i..l p'-i'T-i'ff ., c .in in nnu 'i H In i in' l i h lilt 1 i .it 1 ii i hi ii In I 1 1 n i ' ' I .ii i .I MUCH II I i I IHl . I, I'll . ulan M t tl : ,m I ll t l of SUl 1 of I ' I i i I ii I i 1 I i'P I. ti ' Lis tin Pi Mis- 1918, ! li in ,1.1 ili ,'f said i ilnllff petition, i i fit rnnfi -tseil - ii cut rendered ac- i-lj li id .I, that a copy of it 1 in V'he HI. , 1 1 i i -.paper pub- i It ' i f Buchanan, ii .i in ly, the last n ti be at least flf- i i tiext May, ID It, . t iiit. i i Attest: .UMETT 1. CROIT8E. ieil) Clerk. 1 r Mum ford, t)eptity Cleik. r I. McDunlel, Attorney for ntiff. (8ir, OitDElt nr PUBLICATION (No. 32119) ' i il.e Buchanan County C...

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. — 31 May 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH' OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1910 i,i,i ,,,,.jew "CANADA IS PAR GOLF," SAYS CHAMPION EVANg Automobiles and Accessories -a- , tf f;. ! RIGHT PRICES. , ON Wall Paper Wo make a special prlco to tho Farmer Trarlo nnil we nsk you to give us a call while In tho city. Wo "iiavo good, cheap papers, nnd n nice lino of medium pa pers that will appeal to you. aTTa. 820 Frederick Ac. TIMETOi'AlJNf VAN Bt'ltEN Homo Paints, J2.S0 n gallon: Tied Ram J'nlnt. 1 25 per gallon; Rubticrold Hoofing, 1.60 to J 2 zr per 'square. J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO, 2011 St. Joseph Avenue RALPH PARLAND II UUTONR Teacher ot Singing, Volco Placing, Correct Breathing. Ktmllo: M Commercial Hide I'Iioeio Main 4128 BRING US YOUR IpQr&amas To Bo Cleaned Bleached ReblocKed Vc Sterilize Your Suit itli Hot Steam Ctcan- itifj and Pressing. Our Work Is Excellent. Prices Moderate. m e r i c a n Hat and Dry' Cleaning Co. 723 EDMOND ST. Phone Main 24S1. W. B. HAZEN .. DRAINAGE ENGINEER Tclcnhoho Connections nooni 5...

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. — 31 May 1919

& : 1 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919 l lpm L'w' vw Pmtmm 1 A J . (MB fir ALL OVER EBfAL M heavy cnn and mm unconscious fur ten minutes, and for n time It was feared the Injury would be fatal. Interesling Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Luthrnp Optimist reports that the Kwclslor dpi lugs Light Company lias purchased tho electric light plants at Ilunillum and Urcckcnrldgo and tn 1 1 1 supply current from the homo plant to thoc towns. The Ex celsior plant Is now furnishing ohr rc nt to Law son, I'olo, Kingston, and Kcnriuj, and will soon )uo wires to Holt. The Product of the Scissors, the Pon and a Very Little Actual Labor. . - ii m Pout believes that If i.r,th.u i-uitcss In It depends largely on w is I inamed it Is Arrh.tngcl .rfn li. nl experience which tllo Sar- .conic growers hae gained by joars three eclipses uu.ingi(), him, Bork am cxpensivo expcrl 28, a total eclipse ' ' mt.tiim until they arc now the most partial ecl...

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. — 7 June 1919

Till? wnp a K 1 M, V jLjJOs &tM 9 VOLUME XI. ST JOS'LI-H, MO ' riRDW, JUNE 7, 1919 NUMBER 40. VXJr i . ) ARE THE nlO 0 UA And Discloses to the World How Republicans Malign Wilson Without Cause Democrats Cheer National Chairman Cummings When He Applies Lash to the Enemy If the Democracy of the United States docs not win the coming na tional election, It tvlll not be because there Is cause for It, or that the cardH the right Is In their hands for such a result Is hardly posslblo In view of the great achievements per formed during the time that It has been In power deeds that are almost unbelievable In their magnitude and In their far-reaching benefit to all mankind. These arc the reasons so succinctly stated by National Chair man Homer B. Cummlngs when ho addressed the state committee and prominent democrats of the state at fit. Louis Saturday night ot a banquet tendered the committee at the Plant ers. Over five hundred heard his masterful effort, which should be read by every Dem...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 7 June 1919

I H tHE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 1 AD.MINISTHATORN NOTICK Notice la liorcby Riven that letters of Ailinlnlntrnllun, with Will annexed, upon the estato or Louis sirerKeooiii, ....-e...l. Have V,T.?Xro .irt o I Probate Court of Huchnnnn County. uiiderslKiied by the t'rnbnte Co urt of bearing dnto of tho 7th day Unto of the I'V'VU'J'MnVmi- .,h,t A1 'orns bavin claims nKatnst All persons havltiK rlnlnn urk n ' i -.-..i--,! ln nv,lblt hhUI estate are r"ll''t'' ..,"'""," them ti mo for allowance, within six then; to mo for allowance, w thin Mx , r ,,, of saId' ,cttcrgi or m..nt!n from .late ;'t ald I';""1''; " u,Py my ,)0 precluded from nny ben they may In- precluded frnti any be -, ( p) , ,(, ', , eili nf Biieh estate: ntul If sum claims,. .......-. ..!.,.. be not exhibited wit i me r"m ,,n date of tho t'ubllcat I o: , . f tl '! i.,ltco. they will be for. -v.r barred. A IniM I'ntiv. Attest MAItY A. WILLIAMS. (Seal) Admlnlslrntor. II. C. (llrnr.l. Clerk of Probnto. ADMI...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 7 June 1919

ffik'fr. SwkfirtofiivEft ffitmiiwtMtiM mat ii r in i f " i vt"f J y V THOSE WORN SHOES Have Them Repaired and Made New at tho ' Work Called Tor mid phonemain 12.M. Ship All of Your Furs, Hides, Wcol, 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 Telephones i Main lttf. JONAS V. EMERY, Manager. ! inni ill i ! ii ! i urn aw win;. it, i am mra THE BOSHES United States Depository Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00 OFFICERS S, n. McCORD Preildent O D. RICHAUDSON...VIce-PreUent W. POWtLL Vlce-Preaiilent GHO. A. NELSON, Vice.l'rejIJtnt end Ca.hler. DIRECTORS J!fO. D. RICHARDSON. Chairman and Preildent, Blchardsca Dry GooJi Companr. R W. TOWELL, , , Preildent, John 5. Brlttaln Dry Gooda Comyaar: HENRY J. MUELLEn, Preildent, Mualler-Ileller Candy Co. RALPH E. COSTIGAN, Preildent, Noyea-Korman SKim Co. CHARLES ARDERY. Preildent, Johmon-Woodbury Hal Company, WE SOLIC...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 7 June 1919

7 HE 57. JC3EFH OLSZRVLR, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER jl! r it n k i- it r v t a o Editor and Publisher. Sll KDMOND STREET. TELEPHONIS MAIN Business or Editorial. 093 Ti:ilMS or SOBSCKIITION t'tr Year ..'.?1'00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communication to TIID OBSERVER 111 Ecmund St. SU Joseph. Mo. Entered at the Joseph, Missouri. Mall Matter. Postotflce In St. as Seccr.il Class WOOD AS A CANDIDATE That leiier.il Wood Is a candidate for the republican nomination for president is now without question for he has s.ild so not In so many words but in language easily under stood. Last week he made a speech at Lincoln and of It tho Journal of that city said: "Ills Lincoln speeches were ob viously framed with a lew to politi cal effect Generals In the regular army rto not ordinarily mix In poll tics. When one such goes so far. lit General Wood now does, as publicly to ci itli Ise his commander-in-chief, thu president of tho United States, the political ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 7 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 LOCAL MATTER r ssamuassMExxaoBazzszxsi r.rr znrwxzrr f-Tt xu.rerrw Beautiful Linens for tho Brido AU-Llnen Table Damasks 68 to 72 in. wide, per yard, $ to $1 All-Linen Damask Sets Per set $17 to $28.50 Iteal Madeira Linen Dollies, Contorpleces, Lunch Cloths, Table Cloths, Scarfs, each 3.o to $3.50 Madeira Napkins Per dozen $0.50 to $0.00 FIRST OF ALL RELIABILITY Parasols Are Picturesque - Vn.l in shdpr, (ml In nor, and hoitstinit unusudll. erf tie handles the ri v. 1'hj !-t Mrli" h Iw nil ill v 1 . or iirt note In the - heme f -Mmm- r fsHhions It tin or shin. I'm brellaH. .uhstantially luill' of good materials, nllk ijr plain or with fancy borders, tajp". navy, purple and Kreen lioiv handle and tlim: priced st each $5.00 In MO On Main Floor West A Me. GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Member Retell Merchant! AuocUUea. Railroad and Automobile Fare! Rebated. SoWMiytWaff y I I h...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 7 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OB5ERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 I lAYb BARE Tl'E OLD GUARD'S TACTICS (Co tinned fmni Page One) i which im the admiration of the i i wm-ld. ' l. ii, it ai the i niti itu mllit 11 v it- it"- " i l.mptri thnt we d 1 1 He hu arin.v Hi 1 H-5 if we wue able i had Hu officer i u il Tin) 1 1 1 i m i if we were able n i . w w iu1d not be ' ' i i'i ar ns and am niunitli I iii . n if we could c iiil'lii iii r could not " ! Hinn to France, be- i"' i -Ihjik and could ae iii. ni Tiny - Hi t i ui tf we obtained 'If hli i. i I i ,n would destroy They said that cn If we trms' i-nted an army' to France, It would li'W In numbers and that we tvnnlrt - lie unable to support It there with I "il and (kittles and arms and am. niuiutlon. And th'ej said that even If some of ii r soldiers reached the firing line, " trained troops of the German I tnplre would destroy them, Tiiuinl Tide of lluiilc -Ami yet we raised an army of four n i'ioh men, and wo transported ni i. than three million soldier...

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. — 7 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 wmuuwcMjm X . i Li RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper We mnko n spelnl price to the Farmer Trnde and we nak you to rIvo us a call whllo In the ctt. We hnvo Rood, cheap papers, and a nice lino of milium pa pers thnt will appeal to you. 0.A.PA5H 820 Fredeikk Ao. TIME TO PAINT VAN lUWtEN' House 1'ilntH, J2.80 a (inllon: Tied Barn Taint tl 25 per Ration: Rubbcrold Roofing, SI. GO to J2 25 per square. J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2011 St. Jojcph Avenue RALPH PARLAND mnrroxc Toachor at Singing, Voice Placing. . Correct Breathing. Studio: nt Commercial Bid?. I'liotio Main 1120 W. B. HAZEN DRAINAGE EXGINEETt Tclcphono Connections Room C3 Commercial nulldlng Sixth and Edmcnd Et, Joseph, Mo. 5 and 6 MONEY TO LOAN ON PAIUI AND city pnornnTY J. G. SCHNEIDER American National Bank BRING US YOUR Renames To Bo Cleaned Bleached Reblocked Wc Sterilize Your Suit With Hot Steam Clean ing and Pressing. Our Work Is Excellent. Prices Moderate. American Hat and Dry Clean...

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. — 7 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 ZsssissixssasBsssssssxssssBSjasxma I.I 11 11 1 lliiMis I kt N I till IHIM LIU Our 25th Business nniversary egins Today June the 7th and will last 13 Days Only Words Cannot Express the Tre mendous Bargain Carnival That Is Awaiting You. f'ur nit n t. ik uf high-grade merchandise will go at I n. i - th it will be remembered by ou fo: many seasons li. iniiu For W nd Chi Dress Goods Coats Dresses Capes Dolmans Gloves Underwear Corsets Skirts Petticoats Aprons Suits Millinery Hosiery Silk Underwear Blouses House Dresse Shoes Oxfords Slippers Of Any Description Etc., Etc. For Men it3 nd ovs Suits Raincoats Trousers Overalls Underwear Shirt3 Hosiery Hats Caps Shoes and Oxfords, Etc. In fact, everything in the store without reservation. Space forbids mentioning details. 'Oil Page Hand Bills Come in Masses And see the most wonderful distribution of thousands of dollars worth of high-grade merchandise at a sacrifice. WANTED 25 Salesladies del New...

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. — 14 June 1919

The Crr Observer. J OSEPH wnjAm V VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 NUMBF.R 41. 18 OLAD THE WAR SS OVER AND THAT - -, Sergt. Fred M. Wanger, From the Satisfied That What Sherman Said Is the Whole Truth and Then Some "Yes, I am ccrtnlnly glad to b.e at home In St. Joseph again to see the old familiar faces and be among the ciif-s that 1 love," said Corporal Fred M. Wanger, who prior to his de parture for armj life was clerk of the probate court, which position has been held during his absence by Hen ry Girard, and who in a few- dajs will turn the place back to Corporal Wan ger while he will again become as sistant clerk undcr I'robate Judge Duncan. "Hut," continued Coipora.1 Wanger, "1 low my country and will do my duty on all occasions and am ready to go to the riscue ut any time, but I hope as long as 'l live that 1 never will be called upon to go through with what I In common with two and a half million other American bojs have had to go tlirough with It. I have ...

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. — 14 June 1919

YHE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 ADMINISTRATOR'S notici: Notice Is hereby Riven that Kellers of Admin Mtritlon. with Will annexed. n,m, the ..late of Loui S.reckcbcln. frtii. coi.v MAKY A. wu.i.iajiw, (Seil) Administrator. II. C. Oirard, Clerk of 1'rob.ite. AOMINInIILVIORN XO'IKT, Notice it hereby Ker that Letters of Ailmmktrtitluii, upon tlie estate of Circlha M. Spencer, deceased, hac hfcen Kranled to the underslKned, by the Probate Court of liu. hiniin Cuun- tv, Mhwourl. beatltiK utile .i me .mi day or April. 1919. All persons hflUnK claims aK.Unt Hiid estate are roiulred to exhibit tlieni to mo for allow nice, wiuuii six month fiom dnto of Kild letters, or they may bo piciludod from anv ben- cflt of such estate, and if said cliims lie tint exhibited within one yoir from the date of the publication of this notice, they will be forever uarreu. A true cop Attest- CIIAULES A SPENCER, (So.il) Adininistriior. 11. C. tlirard, Cl rk of Probate. noiici: or riXAii skitiiKm...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER. SATURDAY. JUNE 14, 1919 A 3 1 3 y A ft . l - 4rv' I ' f1 v r- r ' n i Sfk THOSE WORN SHOES Have Them Repaired and Made New at the effiaffiggCff Work Called for 1'IIONH MAIN I254i FREE! $1.00 size can of Wood's Everlac Self Vulcanizing Tube Patch ing Material with each Tire, and one 50c size with each inner tube. Slmveiw sstriedthe, 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 Telephoned Main 11(7. 1M North Second Street " JONAS D. EMERY, Manager. GREAT NOMINATING SPEECH Dot II railed to ;io Champ Clark, Jllieumrl'M Own, the Speakership Again. The Congressional Kecord, which lias been late in reaching these parts, has arrived that Is the issue which gives the proceedings of tho first day of tho tpecial session and In it ap pears the speech which that splendid democrat, Judge V. V. Kueker, mad...

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. — 14 June 1919

1 ' 4 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 X THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r it n k r n i: vtao Kdltor mill Publisher. m iidmond struct. fELEIMIO.Nhi MAIN Business or Editorial. 695 THHMS Ol' bUUSCHllTION Ptr Year tl.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER 111 Ld'notid St? St. Joseph. Mo. Entcic nt the Joseph, Missouri. Mai! Matter. Postofflce In St. at Seccnd Class rr is .no 1 v party issri: No in ittet that some of the Re publican leadtts In the donate charge th it the Democratic National commit tee at its Chiuigu meeting In urging the ritiflcntinn of the covenant of the l.cigtu- of Nations tried to make of tint document a parly Issue, such Is neither the ense or the fact The reil fa Ix til the cno are tint wh it the ilemocrallc national com mittee illil, In what scores of organlzt tluns throughout the ouutr have been doing, lellgioiiB. agricultural, educa tional and economic tmlj a feu diis ago the Preslilerian ihtirch form illy indor...

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. — 14 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER; SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST blooming cereus, the property of the city greenhouses, nan exhibited In ona of The Leader's windows Thursday night. Jew Searcy was fined (50 In pollco court W'pdnpHilay for failure to sup port liln wife and children. He up pealed. n.eo aboooio I rci ciwtep tVlftQAO AfO AUTO I TARC9 rC SAT CD Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph The Kellngg-Huff Grain Co. filed artlcleH of Incorporation Wednesday, with a capital of (15,000. I ' t . 1 Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Summer school Was Inaugurated at the Lonsfcllow Wednesday, There will be an eight weeks course, and five teachers' will be In charge. The 1919 class of Benton High school enjoyed a banquet at the Transit House Tuesday night. In which over one hundred participated. Dewey lldndall was toastmaster. Two chlckpn heads were the evl denco offered against Ji...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OCERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 ii ww rm imnwiwJ nniun'jMBrwwfPT HE HEARD BOTH LIN COLN AND DOUGLAS IT IS APPLE BLOSSOM TIME IN EVANGELINE LANI i And Sat on "Steve's" Lap While His Brother Sat on "Abe's" IS A FAMOUS OKLAHOMA CHARACTER O fo Now Olio r lli I'ionisTs or Okluliimm Till or llou III l-u-ndrtl llto (irtMl Uiuxilii-DoiishiM thlialis anil How It ('nine bimt Thill Ho luul Ills UrotliiT Pisil. tin )iM,lli' Mite In Politic unil Muck In IliHr A kvm. TV O Cox, 72, plontir of OkUhitna In thi carl das when this counirv was rirst opined to the scttlir anil now a rciilent of Tulsa at 314 ..uth Linton, bi a bo 10 ears old anil ' lived on his father's farm mar I'nni i 111 whin "Abe Lincoln and suit Douglas stumped the s-tnli bai k in 67 anil appeal id in Joint drhaii cm Important questions of the clav, upon wliii h taih took lue in tin race lor t mttil ,-tates Sumter Thi two inndidatos traveled ovtr the iate of Illinois logethu ami oni iij.ht V O Co ami Uiorge Cos. his ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 June 1919

' fttmrJ THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 !. ' ., r . 5 ? RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper Wo mnko a special price to tho Farmer Trndo and wp nsk you (o give? us a call whilo in the city, ty ", Wo hato Rood . cheap papers, and n nlpe lIho-,of medium pa pers that ,wlll ajial tu you. O.A.PASH S20 Frederick Avo. TliyiE TO PAINT VAN BUREN House "paints. 12.30 n gallon: ned Barn Paint. SI. 25 per gallon; Rubbcrold Roofing, jl.00 to $2.25 per square. J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2013 St. Joicph Avtnua RALPH PARLAND nAIUTONE Teacher nt Singing. Voice 1'laclng. Correct Breathing. Studio: 64 Commercial llldg. Phone iUiia 4128 W. B. HAZEN DRAINAGE ENGINEER Telephone Connections Itoom S3 Commcrciut Building Sixth and KAmcnd 6u Joseph, Ma i 5 and 6 HONEY TO LOAN OX FARM AND CITY PROPERTY J. G. SCHNEIDER Amrlu National Dank Choice Cut Flowers FOR ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Sixth and Francis Street Phones ItO and til HASTY MESSENGER. CO. BAGGAGE. LIGHT HAUT.INO p messengers TELEPHONE MA...

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