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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 September 1919

THE STi JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1ST9 " NEWS FROM ALL OVER . celebration of the 100th anniversary of tlu organization of the little Honne Femlne Baptist Church. In Boono i i county. tntere&ting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union A Callaway county farmer brings hli hose to the feeding trough by Uie toot of the automobile horn. Ho says It 1 more effective than the human i 1 olee. The Product of the Scissors, the Pan and a Very Little Actual Labor I A. It. lloundtree, of Springfield, Is jn traveling salesman who makes his territory mostly by airplane, carrying his sample cases on hi? machine to !a number of towns In that territory. and country precincts reported a ma jority opposed to the Issue, Three Mexicans, Jublnto M. Oarcla, 31 years old, Gullltmo Surbata, 33, and Kleno Desantlago, 38, were kill ed by n, Santa Fo train Friday while returning from Carrolton. All throe men wero married, , , . . A. E. llelmer, f Hook Tort, mourns ...

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. — 4 October 1919

m rwErwr ' TT T (TNI TF IHhir 1 awn VlTfr -4 I i un .&. eB. m mWl$ EH...- W T rKt.a BiU-." UBO LJJSJb w JLJJLwe SW 1 i volume XIII. ST JOst PH, MO, SATUR?Y, OCTOBER 4, 1919 NLM" ti AND STILL THE REPUB- ALL CA5ES HEARD The Slate Utlllllen CVimiiibislnti Lis- tills to till' rlctiiiioti) In bt. Joseph Tumbli. DE VALERA RTCEBTION 'The Ditlngul,diel Irishman to lio Aeeordocl a JIt-ni-ly Welcome When JIu Arrives Here. The citizens of St. Joeph, without regard to politics, natlonallf or re JEFFERIES AND PRYOR Two Good Old Nclglilnrs Cilibrate tlio Itlitlulay of One of Tlulr Number. Loroy Jpfferles anil Polk Pryor of X hen eleven o'clock oumo on (Thursday, Clialiman Busby of the state utilities commission, which had While the Taxpayers or the Lounty Lan Unly Whistle ana, "'"-" "" -. , , s Jo lh ot nammon De in the city Saturday, the occasion be- ... . . r,.n nounced that all of tho testimony that ' , . tho bo-ird cared to hoar had been WHY YOU ARE PAY ING HIGH PRICES READY FOR THE DR. Z...

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. — 4 October 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 I , 3; (No 32967) OIU)i:U OF l'l lUilCATIOV In the Clreult Cuurt of Huchanan County, JILssourl, to tin OctuOer, 1919 tirm. Thomas M. Yocum and Anna Yo- ium 1'lulnUffs vs. Ulifonl It Allee, Benjamin Curnos. 1'auntlerojr na, ulentlnei IKJ. Henderson Li mi He, Hrem Unville-, lWwanl Da, I'leusnnt li, and La Invitte Tler, and tho unknown eon auitM, h(r, ilewteeit, ilemeM, alien cose, Unmvtllate, merino or remote. Voluntary or lnvoluntir Krantoot of Buford U Alice, lleiijatnin Cir nwi, Puuntleroy lvi, ulenttne Day, HendiiKon Lmvillt, llvron l.lnMllf, Cdward Diy ricmant Dei) and Lai lyetn 1ler Deromlnnts Now, on this 20th day of August, 19111, tome tli plaintiffs, b their ut lorne), iui.1 it appearing to the sftt iifaUiuu uf the Clerk of the above Ham. d court in vacation, by alienation In riUitiiil" s petition, that the defend ants, Itniord B. Allee, ISenJaraln Car ries, 1'aunileruy Day, aleiitlno Da, Hendemon Unville, Ilrn I.lmllie, Kdwa...

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. — 4 October 1919

j&ffiSS'8i'p,' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1019 3 milJUl PL.J1!-(AM1..UW1.VIJ"J-H irrrynrmw mi iiiwpmm K I D V w RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper We nmko a special prlco to the Fn.nier Trade rind xve ask J on to glo us a cull whllo In tho city. Wo h.ivo pood, cheap paper, and a nlco lino of medium pa pers that will appeal to you Aa 820 Frederick Axe. I Cyt3j7?rSftui. i WHEN "HONEY WAR" RAGED IN MARIONS the United State awarded tlip htniy lands to Iowa, and It In noteworthy tlrlnc If tn u Have It cleaned V anil reblnrked. u ni'W one. save the price f RiAnrl the Ivfissourians and Hawk1 to recall that thin award w m made the rccummondatlon of a Capt ibert K. Lee, who had made the sutviy In 1VI7, and who Hviii, !'v later, wan to win 1mm .-t ' ,-' tpssaaWBH35?ac5g3aiwa,ieatyt3erjj 1 Automobiles and accessories THOSE WORN SHOES Have th m ie;alrcd and made new. flood-year Welt Shoe Ite pairing .Sjhtiin. 4 AH Work Guaranteed We ile nil kinds of shoes lil ick Quirk wnlic xxhl...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER habit Riul out of the cigar hnlilt; how war to "dominato tho earth" under 1' It A X K F It E VTAO Editor mid Publisher. vd; haggling. If you please, It would accomplish wonders. Hut people won't even do that. And their tefusat brine In upon us .. .. M-.l..b .. !. ,4t. tlinl t.l.,1. (II EDMOND STREET. ' "'"'" ' ' "" ' "" """ -ELKPHONK MAIN 635 P"rcs "" ! ' cnoimous lluslnese or Editorial. i purchasing power. . , . Reduce purchasing power and you TF.HMS Of SCBSCnil'TION wl" reduce prices. That Is nnothcr 1'tr Year ll.Os'wav very drtustlo ws.y of attack- Advertising IUtes on Application. Address All Communications to tub onsnnvEH til n.Tiond St. St Joseph, Mo. Enteted at the Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. Postofflco In St. as Second Class a sTitiKi; on falsi: riiin'i:xsus No matter what men interested may My or do, tho great steel strike which is now In progress and from present Indications Is well on Its way to...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 October 1919

r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 4 V t J. LOCAL MAT! GENE ERS OF HAL INT REST -i Paragraph;; Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Caii Be Found in These Columns finally gotten out of his celt In the aflornoou. nock Undertaking Co. lady at ton dan t, JIB Frederick avenue. Adv. Burglars mmlo a small haul at aiorrls ltnlch'8 store lu South Park Sunday night. ailss Vtrnn, 12. Vaught, tho twenty nlno year old,, daughter of Mr. and JIrs. G. 12. Vaught, died Sunday night. Itay Hoover of Kansas City and Ben Johnson of Tulsa, Okla., wero arrested Tuesday, charged with rob bing a dentist's offico at Topcko. Woathcr Observer llcldcn reports that the averago temperature for the Jnonth of September was 71 degrees. Theodore Tillman, tho negro ac cused of stealing $70 from Sam Tootle, was bound over Tuesday to Jho criminal court. For anything in the real estate line, see or write the Square Deal...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 October 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 In tt lircutt tVirt c to tha let ib' I M s ...Mill Ltr iti 1 do, r XI i t cm" I 1 ihc ntv , A; 1. 1 Lo t n nok 1 1 r v it t. i J t li i s ii i i . i a li i if J II IW.1CV I It I I i i .. r u n t .lied IK I St i oiin nn lil 0 tl I I V f .tl I . t . x i'i. i f li 1 i h r it t i t'l t i t ii f I i t In riv. i nth n l' 1C X ' 'tl t I l tin CI I f 'I !.l U Ian at t i' t a - S, . rl ( ( it Mil It tkr r -f I tii i 1 t(Mi rtn A li It. onum or irHMCATioK V Htt hmun Count Circuit Cutt, Ttrm, mi. Ji.-uari, County of Buchanan! liuell.tr riaiiiiul, l. i li v . Drfrtxltnt t t i amr th plaintiff by hi i lng to the satufat-thm ( i i i t t art, m vacation, l i i Ji i i li Ikcr. 1 a tion the i o( Mi. un. and docs i it i ouUn t thit tutU ixlhiu notified by pub nrrtl bj Ut, tint a,u plain -med lu ,-uit in thti Court "ml t l fjeiition and uffi ik! gttirtal n itut of which i nt of ilii rn irom etc tit j. mils that ikfelnUnt has it i m pi lintiff without ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 October 1919

r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913 "S? 1$ :r :"-'- . ! I 4 f- r ft f ri I i-s L Post Office Fixtures Are Made in St. Joseph, Mo. Send us your plan and let us quote you our price We j fD Just wiU ' life (f 3 Wm 3 tcl1 us sell the j H I what lock I MliCp yu boxes lrl need ately j?r Swfyfi $ I we will if so ( I yJP8 I 1 do die desired jj I '"40m li rest r?he Fixture Makers jffliiH7mrT" V?yoming omesteads Wyoming 75 choice homesteads, 640 acres each, now open for entry, all in one locality. All needed information address FRANK McGINNIS 1617 Capitol Avenue. Cheyenne, Wyo. ' , WTYm i E i(irsr5irir' 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!! Main 1H7. IU North Second SUeel JONAS D. EMERY, Manaeer. KEISTER LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE Tho best school of Ita kind In the West, where you aro taught ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 4 October 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 '. i I'T'ft" -j li1.!. j.1 ?.'-" j lf.WS FROM ILL OVER zroiroi hl s e aduum greater from rulings of the Missouri Public Service Commission was adopt ed by the Tenth Ward Improvement Asoclatlnn of St. Louis, mi organlsa- ll..n t M hh It tnnnl ntdln a f f il 1 1 BSSSHB """ l"""""- " -'"- ".-. fci j I All unmnskcil bandit held up and . . , j robbed tho Clttectis' Dank of Helton, b, , ,.-,., . . . ,n Til twenty-eight mites southeast of Kan- t "resting Happenings Yvmch riavo laken rise w cay. about 3 o'clock Wednesday la Ihe Gi-eatft&'t Siatc in the Union .afternoon, raping with between . 1400 and 1600, according to bank of-- flolals. The bandit drove out of the ompt nil cities of 50,000 population or proachnblllty they were Joplin po- town In a Portl touring ear. An hour The Product of the Scissors, the Pox: and a V? ;" Z"? ? JTT. Little Actual "Labor guarded by police, but the robber la believed to have made good hta escape. lr , t...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 October 1919

! h i a. Qtp HiM SER V ER. . I VOLUME XIII. THE SAO NEWS IS BROKEN TO !SEY fhat He Cannot Have the Pro-Germans and Twenty Which Forces Him to Adopt the Old and Transparent Scheme to Capture "All-American" Votes JEFFERSON C1TV, Mo, Oct. 8. (Correspondence.) A pilgrimage the effervescent, egregious, eruillte, eclec tic editorial emancipator, E. R. E. McJImsey of the Springfield ."publi can, made a week ago to .St. Louis, tho Missouri Mecca of all Republicans Reeking nominations on the "gop" Btato ticket at the primary of August, 1920, gleaned for hl supporters the H.id but true information that lie would not ha the support there of 40,000 pro-GerMan and 25,000 negro paity electors If he entered the race for goernor. The conferences this Springfield editor had with leaders of tho powerful "gop" machine of that city while convincing him that he need not look for many otcs there next August, de eloped the cheerful fact that he had not much to fear from the St. Louis primary result since ...

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. — 11 October 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, 1919 JE I (No. 32907) oium'.u or l'liu.Hwno.v In tho Circuit Court of llucliiinnti County, Missouri, to the October, 1'JlS term. Thornae M. Yocum anil Anna Yo- cam lUalntlffs v. lluforil D. Alice, Benjamin Carnes, 1'auntlcroy Day, Valentino Day, Henderson Linvllle, Uyron Llnvtlle, IMvfard Dny, Descant Kay, and 1m fayeUe Tyler, nd the unknown con sorts, helr, devisees, donees, alien OT9, immediate, tnenne or remote, Voluntacy or involuntary grantees of Buford B. Alice, Benjamin Car tics, Fnuntleroy D.iy, Valentino Day, llenderKon Unvillo, 11run Linvllle, Kdward Day, Pleasant Day and Lata)ettc Tler Delendantu Now. on this 20th ilny of August, 1818, come the plalntllfs, by their ht torneys, and It appearing to the sat isfaction of the Clerk of the above nam oil court in vacation, by allegation Jn plaintiff's petition, that the defend ants, flu lord 11. Allee, Uenjatnin Car lies, Fnuntleroy Day, Valentine Day, Henderson Linvllle, ISyron Lin...

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. — 11 October 1919

JHE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919 QWZA P4Y2 LOOM FOR -nwpm - BRITISH COLUMBIA MINES II For Skilled Honest Treatment After Oilier Doctors Fail YourOldHat Automobiles and Accessories PIMBLEY'S AUTO-NEWER KEEPS YOUR AUTO NEW PIViBLEV PAINT & CLAiS S3. St. Joseph, Mo. BrlnR It to us Have it cleaned and rcblocked. Save the price of a new ono. THOSE WORN SHOES Have them repaired and made new. Good-year Welt Shoe Re pairing System, Fanner Auto Co, Distributors for DODGE BROTHERS' CARS tllli utid I'riMlcrU k Axeniie 1 1 u worK uuaranieca Wo dye all kinds of shoes black. Quick service while you wait. G. H. BATTERY CO. A. S. CILESPIE. Sol Prerrlftor Rcpir nd Rhrs Slr.ir nttrnt Nw Bltrit in Stock !t l( MllM) Auto-Toilum 0li!x. 111 F.I.i 51 yfffi5SBJHBy MIStKBKmm&w: IT ait Jj gg V Culls lilt DR. S. D. FRANCIS 726 rcii st., st. Joscpii, Mo. Expert In the Treatment of nil Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin and Poivlo DlseuR of Mtn and Women. I flv a, 10 Examina tion Fres. "60...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 October 1919

- ; THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919 i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER V U A N K r 11 n V T A u Editor nnil Publisher. Ell HDMOND STREET. telephone main Business or Editorial. G95 TERMS Ol' Sl'llbCllllTlON I'cr Year J 1.00 A'vcrtlrlng Hates on Application. Address All Communications to Tin: observer til Esmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Joseph, Missouri, Mull Matter. Postofflce in St. as Second Class ouit .stuicken cnii:r In Washington our chief the na tion's chief and head lies stricken stricken because of excesslvo labor done lit behalf of his people the whole people of America, And his phslcal breakdown has had a remarkably sobering effect on the whole of this great nation one for the nation's Rood, This breakdown comes because the excessive labor which brought it on wan felt to be necessary by President Wilson In this world's crisis. Tor that matter for the past ten ears he has been burdened by great responsi bilities and eates first as reform gov ernor of New...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 October 1919

lir- r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919 h :i LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of llie Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns day night, the report of the delegates to the Bedalla convention were re ceived, and petitions circulated ask- lug that n referendum voto be taken on tho question of the advance In In auranco rated. Lee Taylor, a colored man, was ar rested Wednesday, chanced with stealing 100 pounds of fish and eleven pounds of dressed chicken from a Francis street eating house. II. A. Paton has sued the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co. for $3,000 damages, alleging lie v. an injured while working ot tho plant of the St. Joseph Ry, L., H. & 1. Co. Judge Jeff M. Sampson returned Thursday from Jefferson City where he registered the 1225,000 of county infirmary bonds with the state audi tor. Tho money can now be secured on the bonds, and ...

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. — 11 October 1919

ptt THE'ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY,, OCTOBER 11, 1919 i-man imnr.it or pciilhatiov In the (iretitt Court ol Htic'hanaii County Missouri, to Ihr Otteilicr Term. A I), 119 Stat of MiMunri, Ceiinle uf H till man, Willi un 1' I irsmi . I'ltitittfJ, Prarl l-irson .. Drtrtnl.itit Now at tins tl.e coffln thr tilanitifl be Ins attorned, .mil tt in iritiK t l'i. satisljLtioti of the I It r k ol thr tin till Court, in v.i.tilon. that s-ml tli fend int IV irl I 'Hon, tsA non rrsident ol tin State of Miotiti, nod ttofs n-- !, therein, it is of lereti that saM n ' int be tieitifr.'el be rtlbl. e i '. I tee. th it n 1 plain, t ' ! i Mitt in tin Court a i ,'it In tn tut i i'iI alii ij 1 etuTnl n tturt ol Hhich j ut ot ilttur r finm tltc j emmicl. ol tlrstition an I 3 i tt a tt.t ion Me i me, for t it in .me win It ear neat t In letltioti Hi it unless t t l'i irl I arson, shall he jt i i t term of this Court, t I 1 at tht IVtlrt House, (n 1 l - 1 It. in Bui finnan Coitntc, v n the tth el.iv ol (...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 October 1919

m mrtv THE ST. JOSEPH 6BSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919 " V. 1 b V -4: 1 if'aunnnis for Sale 459 ACRES TWO MILKS I3AST OF ST. JOSEPH ON GOOD IIOAD, AT 300 PEIl ACItB 220 ACRES 11 H MILKS SOUTHEAST OF ST. JOSKPII AND 1 MILE FHOM INTEIt' urbanhas 2 houses and 4 barn buildings. 200 ACHES 15 MILES KAST OF ST. JOSEPH, IMPKOVHD. PRICED TO SELL. SEK US. 130 ACRES 17 MILKS EAST OF ST. JOSEPH AT J17G PER ACRE. NEWIMPROVE incuts. ' 328 ACRES IN PT.ATTE COUNTY, CLOSE TO GOOD SHIPPINa POINT, PRICED AT f ISO Acre. 206 ACRES ' NORTHEAST OF SAVANNAH. MISSOURI. TWO SETS OF IMPROVTJ ments. Priced at $176 pur acre, and Is choaii. 81 ACRES Hi MILES OF ST. JOSEPH. 30 ACRES AT CITY LIMITS. fi' 20 ACRES ON FARAON STREET ROAD. " 10 ACRES ON POOR FARM ROAD. 40 ACRES ON KANSAS CITY INTERURRAN. , 80 ACRES ON WEST SAVANNAH ROAD AT $150 PElt ACRE. 105 ACRES 1H MILES OF STATION ON KANSAS CITY INTERUnBAN at $21,000. SO ACRES CLOSE TO SAVANNAH. 400 ACRES IN HARRISON COUNTY, PRICED AT $90 PER ACRE. 78 81100 ACR...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 11 October 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAYi OCTOBER 11, 1915 " If 'U1 I'll Z&ia!vvvuJumjujn,.,mj.Mi!iwt'i.iacLwi iiiiigw rum jjlpi in. L-JJ.i'wrrjcjw NEWS FROM ALL OVER imperial Missouri; be the negro, and demanded, "Honda up." Gray did not respond anil stepped back, whereupon the two men fired, both charges taking effect In vital parts of his body. Gray lived nbuut three hours. If Missouri wants to bring Its llvo I mock up to tho highest known stand- . ,. .. . mii . i ti m i nl lords the Jefferson City Democrot- tmcrc&iing Happenings Wliich Have laken rlaco.xnbuno suRgest that city hunters be In Ihe Greatest State iit the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Vry Little Actual Labor. encouraged to visit every rural com munity this fall. "Kvc,ry calf shot by n hunter," It points out, "Imme diately becomes n pedigreed and prize winning nnlmal." "I'ji torhf luiur f going to press," s:is the Salem I'ost, "the cost of liv ing Htill Is high." The first annual convention of the ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 October 1919

1 Joseph Obse rt VOLUME XIII. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919 NUMBER . THEY TRAMPLED ALL IS ABOUT OVER WILL PROSECUTE THEM GRANTS AN INJUNCTION ARE WILDLY FLOUNDER-1 80,000 WANTED , Anil ir 'I lilt NuhiInv SHperttetr Joshua . (.mtmiil Will N"ed Iwei Ihinilicsl Here. Tlio Sugar Miorlngc Which Has Vexed"1 Lawrence McTnnicl of St. Louis Will Go Artcr tlio rood rrofltecrs. f Judso Vorlcsj Holds Tli.it tho Ot)'s JndehtednoKs Will Not Permit New Bond Issue flic Housewife Will Ic mini Iniitrd Soon. ING TO AVOID DEFEAT TTui? JhL W V wM.tfn ,s2L f VER OHAI AN COL E I r. r n - ' v And Did the Fox Trot on the Remains of the Political Corpse of Senator Selden P. Spencer Likewise Gave the Female Delegates to Understand That Their Part Was to Follow Orders That was a sorrowful looking, chastened, and thoroughly subdued bunch men and women that re turned Thursday from the meeting of the Republican state committee held at St. Louis the day before. They were so thoroughly subdued that wh...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 October 1919

"H.-unrx THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919 nmMJ uti.i iPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Schneitter Athletic Goods o. U If 1 1H I HI 1 1 111! 111UI UI 111 I1I1II1J 111 I 111! II 1 1 II II 1111 II I111II I II I1I1IIIIIIII IlIIIIIininiUlIIIIH SUml,t;cr Athletic Good. Co. Illlllllllllllllllllli Call Main 2126 for a Free Trial In Your Home Easy Payments May Bo Made On Reasonable Terms The Christmas Supply of Our Two Carload Shipment Almost Gone With Additional deliveries Doubtful runswtc k Ph .' , 'v '.4W' - - - ' -- - - . anagraphs Is Limited ORDER NOW! H t.ir, C, It. Q. 1I00OO. Rox Cnr C, It. I. & P. 705208 On Croat Western Trucks. Order It Now! For this reason we advise you to order your Christmas Brunswick now. You may pay for it as you w;sh when you have it delivered on our easy term plan our arrangements are made to suit. The principal thing is to get your order in now. There is no nicer Christmas gift for the family than a phonograph and if you give a phonograph you'll sur...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 18 October 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919 3 ? x . , V x. ( For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fail ft iW$'l r xtt-im mh iQuruiasiat ij ,' ij SijjfcjBSBF'SJjKSa "'"' "'blocked. Save the price of I CtlllAUlt DR. S. D. FRANCIS T2f) Felix St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In tho Treatment of ell Chronic. Nervous. Blood. Skin and PoSvlo Dl-eaeen of Men and Women, I fflv a 110 K.tnmlna tlon Frea, "606 and 914" Administered Intratenously for Iilood Disorders CmtONIO DISEASES I treat successfully Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Can cer, Growths, Tumors, Enlarged Glands, rimples, Kpllepsy, St. Vitus' Dance, Palsy, Dyspepsia. Lumbago, Sciatica, Nourltla. Paralysis, Deafness, Goitre, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Call Btonen, Varlcoeole, Strlcturo, Hydrocele, Ttupture, Prostrate Qland, Illadder and Kidney Troubles, Kcmale Weakness, Pllis. Fistula and Uecl&l Af flictions. I employ In my practice all the latest Kenimj, Vaccines, Antitoxins, Bactcrlns, Intraven ous Specific ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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