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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 news from ALL OVER IMPERIAI MIQCnilRII fiMrtnlAL iwilaoUUSil . mints" which turn out to Ve promls sor) notes whlih the sharpers dis pose of to n third person when they liitoine eollectnblc. Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place tl In the Greatest State in the Union rift Missouri hogs, registered Po-l-ind Chlms, are now on their way to Kotitli Amerlcn, where they will bo usid fur bleeding pui poses, to build up the hog raising Industry of Argon- They wero loaded last week at Li e's Summit, for Jersey City, N. J., wheri the will be shipped to lluenoa Aires. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor. Kdgcrton has her tin trie lights i bum h fiom the T. J. Wallace farm turned on again, nfter a darkness of two jt.irs of the war. '' J Ashman was In town toda) exhibiting a plum twig on'' which cu cumbers wire growing." "Chnla New s , The Knette Advcrtl'cr wonder If Fitting the dough has anything to do with t...

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. — 21 June 1919

The St. Joseph Observer. h .r"Y ' tH-i" -.wd&&. VOLUME XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO SVIURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919 NUMBER 42. ' -Vs- fv ARE FIGHTING SKY ABOUT INVESTIGATIONS G. O. P. Statesmen Are Probe Into War Fcr They Know That They Will Burn Their Fing ers and Scorch Their Feathers WASHINGTON'. June 19. As has been stated In the Republican press from time to time. Republican lead ers doubt the wisdom of undertaking Investigations Into the conduct of the war, because they realize such In quiries will gain them nothing to be used In coming contests with the Democrats, Some edltois who sup port the Republicans In other res pects have warned that the people are eagerly looking for legislation of a constructive nature rattier than In vestigations that may turn out the wrong sort of evidence. "Post mor tem" Inquiries Into a successful war are dangerous for the minority party, these editors suggest. The Republicans of the House have threatened "exposures," but the Dem ocrats have invited them t...

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. — 21 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, WW administrators Mvrici: rlollco li hereby Klcn that Letters of Administration, with Will annexed, upon the estate of Loult Strickcbclh, ilei eiiseil, hao lioen grunted to tho iiiidorittfiieil. bj the Probito Court of IliMhnnnn County. Mlwitirl. bearing Oiite of the 21th l:iy uC April. 11)19. All iktmjiih Iiu1hk cl.um against n,i il estate aro ipqu.red to exhibit thi'in to mo tor allowam e, within kIx Iii.'.i.Iih from date of xnlil litter or tl'cv may bo precluded from any lieu el i of uih eil.ite and if snid claims ! not exhibit! d within one jenr from the due of the publication of this no l e, the will be forever billed. A true npy. Attest MAUV A WILLIAM. (Seal) Administrator. II. C lllranl, Clerk of Probate. ADMINISTRAIORN NOIU'I", Notice Is hereby Riven that Letter of Adminlxtrallon. upon the estate of ilretha M Spencer, deceived, ltao been granted to the undesigned, by tho l'rob ito Court of Hurhunan Coun ty, Missouri, boai lug -dato...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919 3 1i 3i i ubujm mmnmm wwni ittwtmmmnrmmmrrm' X ! . I il WM ua.,mjK3iwjmwiixrrn-jrKMaL.miM 1 ranama nats a Specialty s Bring Ynur Last Season's Hat to Us Hnvc it Cleaned and Reblockcd. THOSE WORN SHOES Have Them Repaired and Made New at the HE DIDNT CARE IiIsIit Will Not Wnrrleil A limit tin' Tit of tin- Hat llio Oilier IVIIoiv Sold. SPEECH THAT BROUGHT ABOUf.HfS DEATH WHEN THE UNKNOWN EYE IS ON THEM' Continued from Page 1 I Editor LycT ir. the Lst Election One da tlio lato Jnmos McNeil Whistler, tho famous nrtist, was in i London hat shop, lie was bare headed, ns tho rlcrlc had taken his tint to another part of tho Bhop to match It. An Whistler Mood there, leaning Idly against tho counter, a man rush ed lift to him, took off hit) lint, thrust It Into Whlstler'H fnre and exclaimed In anger: "I.iok here, 1 want joti to ' In n Public' spueli In tin- Homo Town understand that I know smiietliittK . uf lltiili .Men Last tbey nre under th rh...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 June 1919

!' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, lllf THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r it a n it i' n i: v t a u Editor ami Publisher. ill EDMOJJD STIIEET. TELEPHONM MAIN 695 Business or Editorial. terms or subscription Pr Year 11.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to T1IK OHSEUVEH III HO man d St. St. Joseph, Mo. Enteted at the Postoffleo In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Seccnd Class Malt Matter. I)II TIIIIY DIP. IN VAIN? The more we think of what Presi dent Wilson said In his Memorial Day address m France, the mote we aro forocd to contrast what ho said with what is being dune now in our Sen ate Take this paragraph or his speech We have burled tho gallant and now immortal men who died til this great war of liberation with a new hense of consecration. Our thoughts and purposes now are consecrated to the maintenance of the liberty of the world and of the union of its peoples in a single comradeship of liberty and of right." To the president's incconcllable critics in ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919 fa , I Tv. - V, ' J J I w LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph to that now allowed by the new law, until the state board of equalization had acted, the men agreed to work tbo coming month under the old schedule, In prcfeienco to having the force reduced twenty-five men to pro vide the money to make up the Increase. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Mayor James B. Cowglll of Kansas City was a Sunday guest of his daugh ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Spratt. John D. Mohler, the new special highway engineer, will assume his duties today. nsk for "womon for cooking" to apply at that Institution. Louis Henry Larson, a former well known resident of this city, who re moved to Bakersflcld, California, so mo years ago, died at that place the other day. The IJrown Transfer & Storage Co. lias again been awarded ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919 1 r Wotnm Si28KliedPtt1hnsiiMli 'fi(f4t in Ircto 0p8ii.Traidcf Hifled JL -70- TY TAx'Lilt b Tr k , T U-V M MA ;&r I W--T i- A Ol; J trm -r Ma 4ViVIUW(h .-"Jta- ViJ W' SKI i- W M" 11AU1 jvei70 a A' sj-a. v in fj jt& u w.'K . Mf i ciinr ur m: a.:'wxv xi n li et v m h n W rmr- w ui n rj v w wi: n iu ;s iu w k u &a mi Limnm nr nrr n e r n mm m nr u to fi it b- JM uajta iW DUJJC.ilV JL lJi JJLUIUXJI J. LOft ffS ' irMS&".im:.. & ' - .-... 8 Official? of tbo Rovernmont hand line the bcme-iJrv law arc rapidly whippine into shape the machinery to enforce it. The faint hope hold out bv ynrne that Uncle Sam would overlook the rijsiJ application of the law seem more and more remote, Judplnj: from preparations bcinc mode to make the country bone-dry In fact. Trained secret service men, who performed marvelous wirk in trail Ine and Inilinc enemy aliens for Uncle Sam during the early stnees of the war. will be utilized in tho Vor...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, Mil ONTARIO'S CHAIN-OZ-LAKES ATTRACTS ARMY OP ANGLERS Automobiles and Accessories T I'X I ft- Ir vt: '. . f I" is to. I RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper Wo malic a special price to the lnrmcr Trade nnd we nsk you to give us a cull whllo In the city. We have Rood, cheap papers, nnd a nice lino of medium pa pers that will appeal to you. O.A.PASH 820 Frederick Ato. TIME TO PAINT VAN BUREN House Paint. 12 60 n gallon' lied rtirn Paint, si.zc per Ballon; Rubberold Hoofing, $1.60 to $2.25 per square. J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 2011 St. Joieph Avenue RALPH PARLAND baritone Teacher ot Hinging, Voice Placing. Correct Breathing. Studio: K4 Commercial IJMc Phono Main 4128 W. B. HAZEN DRAINAGE ENGINEER Tclephono Connections rtoom B3 Commercial Building Slxtb nnd Edracnd St. Joccplt, Mo. 5 and 6 MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM AND CITT PROPERTY J. G. SCHNEIDER American Nfttioaal Dunk Choice Cut Flowera FOn ALL OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Sixth and Francis Stresta Phones ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 June 1919

1 I THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1911 jnnsr-nTT-wasrnractnK- . - - s. mumssw.m IWirAgM"JTCTsaiWMsMWssWsWMWMWrBmMsWs j DiiliiililliiiB Lft si NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI day evening when a passing automo bile frightened her nnd she knocked him over and stepped In his eye." Interesting Happenings Whioh Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union . "While on a fishing trip recently Itutu W)nn found a coyote cub. Ho chased the little animal Into a hollow log and twisted It out with a pole, capturing It. He Intends to make a pet of It." Lowry City Independent. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor I)cwn In Newton count) fruit grow- j get ton, having lived on the same farm tin arc realizing five hundred do'lais there for sit)-onc jcars. He la sur- Koah Hayes sold a hog a few days ago, nnd out of the money he received for the hog, paid for an 182 set of harnct.1 and left him 36 cash the hog bringing $118. Harris Herald. number o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

I ii The St. Joseph Observer. y v.V-.i V VOLUME XI. ST. JOSETII, MO SATURDAY, JUKE 28, 1919 NUMBER 43. k u nn unnn niiTu uu iuun uun POOR OF ST. JOSEPH Now Is the Time In Which You Can Crown Your Work of Well Doing By Coming Back Home and Taking Care of Those Who Need Your Earnest Help You have given to the Red Cross to the Y. M. C. A. to tho various poor funds of foreign countries to the poor of almost every nationality. You havo lent your money to Uncle Bam through the means of five great war loans througn a Thrift Stamp campaign and you are yet buying thrift stamps and you have not com plained. Tou have contributed to evory great cause which a war of greatest pro portions in the world's history, and you have not only contributed your money and your credit but )ou have contributed to Its winning your sons, your fathers and your brothers and many of them have never returned. Dut You Forjrot Homo And while you have cheerfully, and willingly, and patriotically done all bf this, you h...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1911 A ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK Notice la hereby given that Letters of Administration, with Will annexed, upon the cstate-of Louis Streckebeln. deceased, havo been granted to the tnulerilgned. by the Piobate Court of llui'lmnun Count. Missouri, bearing date of the 24th day of April. 1919. All persons liming claim afjnlnst mid estate nre reau.red to exhibit them to mo for allowance, within six. them to mo for nllo-vance. within six innnthi from date of iid letter, or, months from date of said lottors. or they inns be precluded from any ben- the may bo precluded from any ben efit of such extnte; and If said claims eflt of such estato; and If said clalmB bi not exhibited within one jenr from be not exhibited within ono year from ili ,i,.to ,,f tlm tiiiblU'iition of this, tho dato of the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. A truo copy Attest: MARV A. WILLIAMS. (Seal) Administrator. It. C. tlirard, Clerk' of Probate. AIiJIIXl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919 3 1 J j i j u ST. JOSEPH AND RUCH- ANAN COUNTY LOSSES ,u - (Continued riom rage One) figures that nro lcllnblo nnd also nt tho bamo time In detail. Hero Is the detailed report for St. Joseph! The St. Joi'i List Total for Army St. Joseph Mlstiourl Killed In notion 27 1,280 Died of wounds 7 449 Died of disease 1C 877 Died from accident nnd other causes 2 145 "Wounded Hcvercly .. 67 2,681 Wounded slightly ... 64 1,960 Wounded undetermin ed 43 1,929 Prisoners 4 129 Missing still unac counted for ...... 4 289 Missing later reported, returned to duty... 6 1S6 Died In camp (U. S. A.) 13 850 Army total 253 10,084 Marine Killed In notion 1 58 Died of wounds 1 26 Died of disease 0 7 Wounded severely .. 1 193 Wounded slightly ... 0 3 Wounded undet;rmln- ed 0 46 1'risoncrs 0 5 Missing, still unac counted for 0 22 Missing, later reported returned to duty... 0 20 Died In camp (If. S. A.) 0 3 Marine total 3 383 Navy Died of disease 0 46 Died from ac...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

Sir V' iT Jft SziV " THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919 JTZrUi-- A TUC QT luQCDU (IDC COW CD llll 111. Illllll I II III 111 IIILII . .. .. . .. -- ..... RAN II 1- It n Y T A a Editor nnil Publisher. Ill EDMOND GTllUKT. ttTJLEPHONK MAIN Business or Editorial. 693 TERMS Ol' SUBSCHUTION Per Year 11.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THII OBSERVER til KJmond tit. St. Joseph, Mo. Entcied at th Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postoftlc in St. as Second Class WHY LOIH.E 171' All RAGE To throw sand Into the eyes of the American people nnd to conceal the sinister motive and unholy gan e of politics to be staged for till) campaign of 1320 is the pretext for the antagon ism illsplaved toward the League of Nation by Lodge, Ilorah, Knox, et al. for four cars of the first Wilson admlnUtiatiou and two )ears of the second Wilson torm, legislation was unacted at the special behest and en couragement of the president that gave full recognition to the right...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

I THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919 r isaxsaesamm T w FIRST OF ALL RELIABILITY Handkerchiefs Ladles' Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs All puro linen; extra value, rnch, 25c, 35c find up to $2.00 Gentlemen's Strictly All-Linen Handkerchief, each 29c. 35c and ftOo r iWmm Neckwear White Organdlo Collars Latest summer effects, each SOc to $2.00 Whlto Net and Lace Collars All new tles, each SOc to $2.00 White Net Fichus. each r.Oo to $1.00 Fancy Ves tings I'lne lace organdie and net Vesting. 3 to H Inches wide, per yard. $2.00 ,o $3.50 Silk Gloves In tliu .In no hale of Whlto Women's White Silk Gloves, In the new 8-buttou length. military gauntlet, per pair $2.00 Women's 2 -Clasp White Silk Gloves, per pair, 85c, $1.00, $1.25 Hnd $2.00 Mtmktr R.U11 M.rch.nU AmocUUoiw 'Ftrci Rebated. Cither br Ttiln or Auto, n if I !v iV" 'V f t White Sateen Skirts Splendid showing In the plain and double panel models, accordion pleated flounco or scallop edge, also the new straight lino mod...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

1 ' c THE ST. J05EFM C7SERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1910 KtAJtttcrjp TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF TAXES FOR WAR LOTS OF THESE RQXES GOING TO FRANCE r-m T IlllH'lT? juini Trmt Is the Length of Time That Rcpi'i'ulicaus Figure It Will Take to Pay SUUI'J THEY PROPOSE TO LEVY 3 BILLION EACH YEAR Sk S5SSE23 " V ill t CtC US ! C" A afflasBfj85J3gTffiMK.! Senator Smoot tho (Jop Aixwtli lc- eliin-H 'I'lmt If Wo Clin Kw Our Khik-jim-s Donn to tho Minimum That In llio Nrat Quarter or n I'cn tiirj tho Present Children May Hate llio War Debt Down to n Comfortable l'lmiiv. Prestol There is real wizardry now in reconstruction. A plain, un lovely American packing box, that ha apparently served its entire pur pose by carrying much needed Roods to tho devastated reckons of France, becomes, under the magic touch of fcaw, hammer and brush, a decorative and serviceable piece of furniture for some housewife there where the Hun left nothing but ruin and wreckage. It is tho purpose of the Depart ment of War Reconstr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1019 Zl J y-j l T. h RIGHT PRICES ' ON Wall Paper Wo make a special price to the Farmer Trade and we aik you to give us a call whllo tn the city. Wo hnvo pood, cheap papers, and a nlco line of medium pa pers that will appeal to you. O.A.PASH 820 IYwlcrlck Ave). t TIME TO PAINT VAN nURHN House Paints, J2.50 ft rnllon: lied Barn Pnlnt. $1.55 per Ration; Rubberold Rooting, 1.C0 to $2.25 per square. J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 3012 St. Joseph Avenu. RALPH PARLAND BARITONE Teacher ot Singing, Voice Placing, Correct Breathing. Etudlo: A I Commercial Rldg. Phono Main 4128 W. B. HAZEN DRAINAGE ENGINEER Telephono Connections Room 63 Commercial Boildlng Sixth and Edmcnd St. Joseph, Mo. 5 and 6 MONET TO LOAN ON FARM AITS cmr property. J. G. SCHNEIDER America National Dmk Choice Cut Flower FOR AlX. OCCASIONS Stuppy Floral Co. Sixth and Francis Streets Phone 110 and 111 HASTY messenger co. baggage, light haulinc. messengers telephone main ntnb ntnb EXCHANG...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 June 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, Mlf NEW FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI . emsmaBmmmtwvmmmwmwmam9m.'iMumuBmm3mmmmmmmm m i sgji, iiifcMflmMOsBsPsMBMss -. l,l,0,B,l,inilw''WBWint,,,MI . i ' " I I . HnHHBnnnHnHBiBHg i Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In tho Greatest State in the Union ears," states the Ellkeston Standard crisply, "and hae been pleasing and displeasing tho people ever ilnco. "We have been cussed and dismissed, talk- led about, lied about, lied to, writ up. ripped up, hung up and run down. And the only reason we are staying. In business Is to Bee what In the hell la fcUlllg lu lluupwil llttAl, The Product of the Scissors, die Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor The Siketon Herald's new motto Is New. Not Views." Mothers Day comes but onco a car. fcollloqulzei the l'llot Grove Record, "but Father's Day comes the first of each month." The Springfield Leader reports that W. F. Bellalrs of Tulsa purchased 1,500 acres of land near Branson last week, wher...

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

The St. Joseph Observe I VOLUMK XI. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1919 NUMBFR 44. ft v 1 liionnnni umBirtB m msoouuni wuiviui iu HAV The Senate and House Pass the Desired Amend ment by Decisive Majorities r Governor Gardner Will Can Ee Presented to Him It did not take the House long to . ratify tho suffrage resolution and get ready for any further business that 1 Gov. Gardner might offer, but as the latter declared he had nothing fur ther, there was nothing for them to no except to pass tho $30,000 appro priation net for the expenses of tho -"session, which Is what It cost tho vot ers of the state for the special session, as patriots who would "attend at their own expense for the good of the cause" were few and decidedly far between. It Is noticeable that when the subject was agitated for a special session to ratify the amendment the people wero told that "it would not cojt over five or six thousand dollars, as almost all of the senators and rep resentatives have volunteered to...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 July 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 5, m ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICi: Notlco 1h hereby given that Letters of Administration, with Will annexed, upon the estate of Louis Streekebein, deceased, have been granted to the tiiider-tlgiied. I the Probate Court of I'.m-hunnn County, Missouri, bearing date of the 24th nay of April. 1919. All persons hiving elnlnis ngilnst ald estate nre required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from date of saU letters, or till' may be precluded from any ben efit of such cfltnte, and If said claims be not exhibited with.n one year from the date of the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. A- true copy Atttwt: JIAIIY A. WILLIAMS. (Seal) Administrator. II. C. Uirard, Clerk of Probate. ARMINISTRA TOR'S NOTIC1" Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Admlnlntratlon, upon the entate of Clrctha St. Spencer, deceased, havo been granted to the undersigned, by the. Probate Court of lluchanaii Coun ty, Missouri, bear ins date of ...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1919 i i i..iii .- . rjiB8LataIIti'LMs7t rsrscsffisra ,i ijmjjj juuuttca ?ukwek SaBi(HHSRSySTC5ffiCSS?!S51TmEHSi wiiiiiMmfitoytLijayjw riMfiirtyinqiwi riiiim 1 1 wnww iiiiiiiii ii i " ""rMftrjij,T-fTjrt rririrr rn j nn i m i. y k" ,iM,...fitf? ntv. . W HSat I ft i 1&2 k, 2i S 1 1 I 1 an i3v !a f IP (m Of Our Large Stock of New Pianos, Used Pianos, Shop-Worn Pianos, Player Pianos, Grand Pianos, Electric Pianos, Band Instruments, Sheet Music, Teachers' Studies and All Musical Merchandise go under the hammer at prices and terms never before offered in Buchanan County ove This large stock of High-Grade Musical Instruments must be sold regardless of price or profit. We are compelled to move our store to another location which is far too small for enormous stock now on hand We Musi Our Present Stock Must Go We have decided to close out everything in our present store and start our new -store with a new stock. To do this we must sacrifice thou...

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