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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 1 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH BIBSERVER FRANK FREYTAG EDITOK AND POBUSHER Business or EdltorUl Johnson ot California. Even Root, It Is stated, would be acceptable to Colonel Roosevelt, pro vided ho were allowed to name Root's BOARD OF trade BUILDING running mate. TELEPHONE main $8 u is impossible to say whether this represents accurate reporting or mere reportorial conjecture What pan hp .-...,. a,- ennDnlDTtnM r.r Tear".! .;.....;..::...... 7.. ..U.M M wl'h certainty, however. Is that Advertising nates' o'ii" Application -Colonel Roosevelt Is extremely anx- ious to "beat Wilson" because of she Address AH Communications to president's war policies, and that he THE ODSnilVKIt. ST. JOSEPH. MO. .m gQ ,Q alnjMt any ,engM) Bhm Q. abject surrender to bring about r re 1 union of the Rcnubllcnn nartv to V at -end. As a practical politician Colonel SIM srvrsj. HtUJSttlK! Entered at the Postoffice In St. Joseph, Roosevelt realizes how powerful "big Missouri...

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. — 1 January 1916

5 uillllllliitlllil 3Slim&e!W!Waff,6o'. I,,mm First of All Reliability illlllllllllllli 3oWl&uL3lljattl'lSxff6X " LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of Ilia Happenings ol I.ocnl Moment in Greater Si. Jonrpti. Anything Which Han Occured Deserving o Local Notice Can he Found in Theno Columns. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916 1 'A i iVv Y consumers of this city have ?uslng manufactured gas during i roiu snap, owing 10 inu iiuiurm 6uct giving out Wednesday. A Jjbhn Luppy is rapidly recovering am his wounds and Is held under a Arrant from the prosecuting attor- Bey's office charging him with as sault to commit robbery. Luppy's wife arrived Wcdnesdny from Tulsa, Okla., and will remain with him. The various railroads entering St. Joseph havo submitted their grade I crossing plan to the city for perusal, and after the first of the year a com mittee of business men headed by L. C. Burnes, chairman, will make an ex haustive report on the plan. W....

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. — 1 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY. JANUARY 1, 1916 V ORDER OF PUBLICATION In the Buchanan County Circuit Court to the January Term. A. D., 1016. Stnto or Missouri, County of Buchon an, bs. Worthy Kay, Plaintiff, vs. Opal Ray. Defendant. Now at this day came the plaintiff by his attorney, and It appearing to the sat isfaction of the Circuit Court thnt said de fendant. Opal Hay, Is a non-resident of ine Mate oi Missouri, and uoes not re side therein, It Is ordered that said non resident defendant be notified by pub lication, as required by law, that said plaintiff has commenced his suit In this Court against said defendant by petl- .In. nM.1 HlVlitnol, . 1. n ntil.n, n..l .v .. .. n r f s to obtain a decree of divorce from defendant on tho Kround that defendant has absented herself from plaintiff without reasonable cause for the space of more man one whole year next before the filing of this petition; that unless the said defendant shall be and appear at the next term of this Court, t...

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. — 1 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916 K. . "Pe M . Ji V iA& 'A Llrn ?( ' Western Dairy ZL Ice Cream Co. Vhtltute and Retail Milk and Cream, tee Cream, Duller, Dairy Products and Supplies. Phone Main 7186 218 220-2:2 South filth Street A. Polttz Establishcd 1902 POLITZ CONFECTIONERY "S. W. Cor. 8th and Edmond St. Joseph - - - - Missouri EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE NottCO la hurohv ulven that Letters lestnmentnry. unon the cstnto of Wlllard Ji. Uurnett, deceased, linvo been Krnnted to tno undersigned, by trie I'rounio t;ouri of Buchanan County, Missouri, bearing -date of the 7th dny of December, 1915. All perrons bavin? claim ngnlnst said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six month from lnte of said letters, or they may bo lire- -eluded from any benefit of such estate; and If said claims be not exhibited with in ono year from the date of the publica tion of this notice, they will bo forever tarred. KATtiniUNn C. BUHNETT. 2713 ltcnlck. Executrix. O...

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. — 1 January 1916

8 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916 You Should Select Country Club1 t The Beer of Recognized Quality Brewed from Choice Bohemian Hops and Selected Barley Malt M. K. Goetz Brewing Co. IB ',s mm "v: fiv fm-mmW IB. ::::' :! PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF LETTERS III r iietnln nf Tnll TU. .1 Notice Is hereby jjlven that I have taken charge of the esate of Kasll John son, deceased, and that I did so on the .Jin uiij ui ui'muoer, iai, ior me pur pose of administering on the same. All nor!nt1Ct H1'Imit n1nltH nnnk 1.1 .... ... ....- ......,. .iiuip iijiiuiei. t.uiu estate are required to exhibit the same y uic uuuciiKiieu iur allowance wiuun six months after the date of said letters. 1 ot SiaAd cstat! nnd If such claims be nut vAiiiuuvu wiiuiu one year irom the uac in im.-i puuucuiion mey win nc for ever barred. , MAItr A. WILLIAMS. Public Administrator within and for Buchanan County, Missouri. First Insertion Dec. i'3. 1915. ADMINlSTRAXriUS N.TTfir Notica Is hreby given...

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. — 8 January 1916

The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME IX. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI,' SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 NUMBER 14 ! If 2 i IrV liV ffl ra V sA hV -r nrnr n i , AND ACTUALLY The Real Exemplification of a Theory Which Seldom Holds Good in Practice. But in the Case of Hon. Judge Alonzo D. Burnes it Hits the Mark Squarely. It is not often that the Judge on a bench In a strong judicial district so ell satisfies the bar of his circuit that with one accord Democrats, Re publicans, Prohibitionists and Bull Moosers who practice before him unite in asking him to again stand for election yet this is the case in the Fifth Judicial districts presided over by that distinguished Jurist, Judge Alonzo D. Burnes, whose home is Platte City and whose district is made up of the counties of Andrew, DeKalb, Clinton. Platte and Holt among the best counties In the great state of Missouri. SWi x? ' J. . '. . iS, , w - '&&' - vmr - yv I ,?' ? .... . Wii- a,wi, ', , KTfSklA f i.4.,wzz..jr? t. zr&$v?vfsr: 5fr Z?v ?&...

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. — 8 January 1916

u THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 L Like a bottle of milk free with every 10c package Now that sweet milk in powdered form comes already blended with Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, you can see the economy of using Aunt Jemima's. The saving is apparent. Before, you had to buy the milk extra and add it your self. Now, with the milk already mixed in the flour, Aunt Jemima's Pancakes make a most economical breakfast. Aunt Jemima's better and cheaper than ever Everybody knows what a delightful flavor milk gives to your cooking, how rich and delicious pancakes are when you make them with milk. Try Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour with the milk mixed in it and save the cost of the milk. Serve these light, golden brown, tender pancakes for breakfast. Note how much your family enjoys their delicious flavor. ffse in tavnX 'Ayfbaey "Made in & MJ1 ONLY WOMAN SHERIFF Mrs Lucretia Roberts of Santa Cruz county, Arizona, Is probably the only real llvo woman sheriff In the United Sta...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 ' . ftO 2' ;,) 1 ' 5- NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI InfercHtinjJ Hnppouiugn Wliicli Ilnvo Tnkon IMnco lit the GrcnlcHi Stale Sit (ho Union. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor h Tho Diumm boys, "Bass" ami Snare," nro visiting their parents at olumbln. ho matrimonial market has not gono bogging In bcotlnmt county In tho past tvel o months. The largest farm loan eer made In Linn county, the Llnneus Bulletin re lates, was filed there last week when a deed of trust for ?4:i,000 covering local reality was recorded. Tiring of the perfectly plain name of Susie Urockman, a Camden young wo man says "yes," and Is now ,.irs. Omar allaly. When honey began to drip from tho celling of his home, ust after a fire had been started In tho spare room, George Illoom of Shelby county thought It time to Investigate. He promptly explored the attic and found under the eaves about 175 pounds of honey. It was then recalled t...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAG EDITOR AND PUUL1SHEH BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 961 Business or Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Tar Tear SI. 00 Advertising Rates on Application Address Alt Communications to THE OBSERVER, ST. JOSEPH. MO. Entered at the Postoftlce In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mall Matter. DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce myself as a can dldate for Member of Congress from tho Fourth Congressional District of Missouri, subject to tho primary eleo tlon, August 8, 1916. ROBERT I. YOUNG. A BEAUTIFUL A SPLENDID DREAM "The prospect Is1 one of the black' est humanity has ever faced," said Prof. Edward A. Ross of the Unlver slty of Wisconsin, In speaking of the future of the world In an address, on New Year's day. And he Is right, for there Is no such thing now as International law or rather, no power or tribunal capable of enforcing It, for "the men of Mars set the pace for the rest of ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 f r I LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST I'firnrni!iN Which TV 11 of (lii IInpp nlngH of X.ncnl Moment In (ircatrr Si. .Tononli. Anything Which linn Orcurril Deserving nf I.oonl No I if. o Cnn ho Fouml In TIifho ColnniiiH. After brief funeral services the body of the lnte Mls3 Margery McCord was placed In the McCord family vault In Mount Mora cemetery Wednesday. FOR XMAS PHOTOS, GIST-SHULTZ Thousands of men have not had a picture made since childhood days. Surprise and delight your friends with one mftdo by GIst-Shultjs.--.Adv'. J. A. Whlteford lectured Thursday Id Columbia, Mo., on "School Prob. lems" before the school of education of the University of Missouri. St. Louis newspapers announce the promotion of John L. Hohl to the po sltlon of general ngent of Denver and Hlo Grande railroad In that city. Mr, Hohl's promotion comes from assfdu ous attention to his duties 'formed early when he was In the servlco of the Burlington In St. ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 Booher Williams NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT N'o'I.o ;., "lereby given to nil creditors anil others Iniurested In tho ostnto of John P. Illshop, deceased, that I, Minna Ulshop. administratrix of said estate. In tend to mnko Final Settlement thereof at tho next term of tho Probate Court of Iluchaiian County, Stnte of Missouri, to be held at thu court houso In St Jo seph. Mo . on tho second Monday of Feb ruary, 1910, MINNV 111SHOP, Administratrix. LOADING A BIG ITALIAN GUN NEAR GORITZ NEW LIST OF FARM BARGAINS & I $ lb ' ' - ,, , 9 m I 1 o Xroulble to Show Them Flno farm of 2S0 ncres, 1 mllo south and t miles east of Helenn. This land Is all rich and productive nnd nil In plow land and blueurnsa except about 10 acres In timber. Well fenced and cross-fenced and well watered; new 6-room house; aeetvlenu llchts: now well-built bam. 40x 41; capacity for 25 tons of liny; room for ID ncaa oi norses; roou granary, coua oorn crib for 1,000 ...

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. — 8 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 191C h HfcMr ""iIIjjiiimmmiii TrtMsmim ' ' : 3 :"'; ' ' vi Zrzr IV Krimrh nnvnl snarchllcht nn r motor liBnow of the winter In the Argonno. MAN OUTDOES DAVID HARUM Canadian Tells of a Duck and Drake Trade and Draws Firm Distinction. Montreal. Ono remount now cele brated throughout the Dominion was bought for $170 or $1S0 by the gov ernment from a man who admitted that he -had bought It for $70. "How much did that man pay for It?" Inquired tho commissioner. "Ho traded two drakes and a duck for it." Tho commissioner sat up in aston ishment, leaned over the railing to ward the witness and asked sternly: "Do you mean to suy that his gov ernment ha-1 palmed off on it a horse that had been bought for three ducks?" "No, Your Honor," replied the un ruffled horse trader; "I didn't say thai. I said two drakes and a duck." PUT. $5 IN COLLECTION BOX Akron Police Now Question Sanity oi Generous Contributor and De mand an Investigation. Akron, O. Is a...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 8 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1916 ICOAT SALE! Our buyer recently spent a week in New York, and while H there purchased from the makers, who were overstocked H on account of warm November and December weather, SEE I 400 Beautiful New Coats at Wonderful Savings j U These garments are from the highest class manufactur- E crs and represent the very last word in style and are of J the best quality. Nothing better or newer made. They are on sale this week and the prices we ask arc a pJ Uj little less than other stores are selling old stock for. Three months of winter yet to come. Why not have a j new coat? When you get it, why not come here and get E the newest and best? Our January Sale of Muslin Underwear BEGINS MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10 Read Announcements in Sunday Papers and wait for it IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice Is hereby given to all creditor nml others Interested In tho citato of Lulu A. Hemic, deceased, thnt I, Mnry A. Williams...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 15 January 1916

The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME IX. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1910 NUMBER 1- t 'L W w L BE THE DEMOCRATIC MAYOR OF GREATER ST. For He Will Be a Govern it for all the The Friends of the Candidates are Now Pushing Claims with Vigor and Earnestness. The Whltsell episode has been the & means of starting the mayoralty cam paign In real earnest, and as a result there Is now a noticeable Increase In the activity of those Democrats who are aspiring for this coveted honor, as In the past three days conferences have been held and the organization of forces has begun. From this time on the campaign for the nomination will be vigorous, notwithstanding the fact that the date for the Democratic primary has not yet been fixed, al though an early meeting of the city central committee will be held and the time set. A movement which had for Its ob ject the drafting of Col. James H. McCord as the party candidate, has failed of accomplishing tne desired re sult, as Col. McCord has,...

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. — 15 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1916 i-piiK a-w"irTrrrvii ; fannr-mrarrt niiiim VTgrry Always so good! No chance for failure to make good muffins when you use Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour. All the ingredients are scientifically blended according to a recipe exclusively our own. In order to have Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour absolutely perfect, the milk is already mixed in it. They are 50 easy to make. Even it you have never made muffins before you can easily do so now. Serve Aunt Jemima muffins for breakfact to morrow. Your family will say "My, how good we want some more." JfN vm 'ancake Flour Aje in Jbwajjj "Made in a minute the milk's mixed in it" Ctffrxlll, nui Cm m'niav!iiiinniiiiTiivv.a-iii wygr lier Idea. "I think I'd like to Join the Girl Scouts. Thoy must havo lots of fun Learn all about woodcraft, I under stand " "And what Is your Idea of wood craft?" "Oh, getting practice In toasting marshmallows over a catap fire and learning how to gather chewing gum from the...

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. — 15 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1916 ;? 1 y ) NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Iiitercntlnft IInipouiii Which Hnve Tnlcon IMoco in tho Greatest Stnte in iho Union. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor State Treasurer Denl reports a bal unce of $3,083,290.08 In the Missouri stnto treasury on January 1. A prosperity note In the Maysvllle Herald announces the advent of n new undertaker. The number of patients at the St. Francis hospital at Maryvllle during the year was 543. There were 23 deaths. There are too many fathers, thinks the Carrollton Republican-Record, who at night tie up the dog and let the boys run loose. There were 236 marriage licenses Issued In Nodaway county during the year 1915. There were 365 hunters' licenses Issued during the year. Maybe Big Lake, near Blgelow, will come back as a fishing resort. Gov eminent fisheries will supply a car load of game fish for restocking the lake. When a fall of seventy-five feet Into Mine ...

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. — 15 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY IS, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAQ EDITOR AND PUBLISHER BOARD OP TItADE BUILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 1(1 Business or Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rr Tear 11.00 Advertising Rates on Application Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Entered at the Postoftlce In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Moll Matter. DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announce myself as a can didate for Member of Congress from the Fourth Congressional District of Missouri, subject to tho primary elec tion, August 8, 1916. ROBERT I. YOUNG. CLARK CANNOT BE TEMPTED Now that the holidays are past, tho political pot has begun to simmer and will soon be boiling. The simmer al ready brings out strange dope from Washington, nnd among the latest Is that to the effect that negotiations are now In progress whereby the Bryan support is to be lent to Champ Clark the purpose of which Is to be the defeat of the renomlnatlon of Presi dent Wilson. All...

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. — 15 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY IS, 1916 5 X? LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST I'nrnArnptiH Which Tell of (ha IlnppMiiniin of I.ocnl Moinrnt In (renter Si. .loHpph. Anything Which Hhh Occnreil DenervlniJ iif Locnl Nollco Cnn ho Found in The no Coluiiitin. Luclan J. Eastln was called to St. Louis Wednesday, returning yesterday afternoon. Melerhoffer, the undertaker, with lady attendant, Ninth and Felix streets. Adv. , Waliop M. F. Ilurke attended the funeral of Bishop Scannel In Omaha, Wednesday. F. P. Meyer, dentist, has moved his office to 407 Corby-Forsce building. Adv. Harlan Bohart of Maltland was a St. Joseph visitor Tuesday. On his return home the same day, he was accompanied by his brother, W. B. Bohart, who has Just returned from Vlro, Fla. Everything you need for any kind of Painting, Wallpaper. Chandlee's Paint & Glass Co., 417 Edmond St. Adv. Local friends of J. P. Waters, for merly of this city, have received no tlco of' his change in residence from Ft. L...

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. — 15 January 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1916 Booher & Williams NEW LIST OF FARM BARGAINS No TroL4)ble to Show Them Fine farm of 2S0 acres, 1 mile south nnd t miles east of Hclenn. This land Is nil rich and productive and all In plow land nd bluegrnss except about 10 acres In Umber. Well fenced and cross-fenced nd well watered; new 6-room house: acetylene lights; new well-built barn, 40x 41; capacity for 25 tons of hay; room for 10 head of horses; Rood granary; Rood oorn crib for 1,000 bushels of corn; Rood tenement houso of 3 rooms; 2. acres In rounp orchard. This Is a first-class farm nd In a high state of cultivation. Price, 130,000. No. 1200. Excellent Rood farm of 19S acres, 5 miles from Savannah; new 6-room house; barn 40x100. This land Is well fenced; has two large Mowing springs. Land all smooth and attractive. No. 1201. 20 acre tract of land with large commo dious house near Station 19 on the lnter rban. All the land high, smooth and on public load. Price, $500 pe...

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. — 15 January 1916

ljWi.i ! 1 i , l ELABORATE DEVICE TO DECEIVE ENEMY AVIATORS This Is probably the most elaborate deceptive device used by any of the belligerent armies The French have posted a largo numbor of their 220-contlmeter mortars In woods and other places, where they are hidden from the enemy's "air eyes." In order to deceive tho German aviators, the French have placed very clover fake guns around tho real mortars. They aro substantially built of wood and metal to look genuine and uniformed figures are placed about to represent the gun squads. When an avla'or appears overhead, soldiers a long way off pull string: to tnako tho figures move. Smoke also comes out of the gun tnuzzlo. . MEN KILL 150 RATTLERS Threshing Crew In Kansa3 Is Kepi Busy After the First One Is I Found. Wakeeney, Kan. There are fewei rattlesnakes In Trego county todajj than thero were tho middle of the week, as a threshing crow working near this city killed 150 snakes in a few minutes near where they wen -working recently....

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