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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 January 1917

vwv r . THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAQ DITOR AND PUBU8HKR . inn .-, r. . nrrrmrun LipTOMH."..t"...;.t7i2SH Ml ' tIint ncarl' 8 mny Mexicans havo ap Buiinii'or"Bditorii j parently been killed la the United TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year $1.00 Adrertlilng IUtei on AppUcetlon Addreii All Communication to TUB OBSERVER, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Entered t the Poitofflce In 8L JoerpX Mlieourl, e.1 Becond Clui Mall Mttr ALL SIGNS POINT TO CLARK The Democrats gained one congress man this week when the Third New Jersey district convasslng board is sued the certificate 'o the Democratic candidate for congress, thus disposing of the original count which showed tho Republican elected. As tho count of the next house of j representatives now sianus n buowb ( 214 Democrats, zi4 uepumicans, iwOj Progressives, two Independents one Prohibitionist and one Socialist. A certificate is still to be issued in tne , thirty-second Pennsylvania district, where ...

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. — 20 January 1917

SjWi?-" '&trs;-ri ijiT": r ' W'WWtlWWf ' .WIi" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917 K: J rfS rfj : .v -.1 :4r a Nr tr- 'i ' fe ji.-. J LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paraftrnplm Which Tell of ho Happenings ol Local Mnrarnt in (Jrcntrr St. JoHpph. Anything Which Una Ocrured DeocrviniJ ol Local Notice Can be Found In Thene Colamnn. John V. Rucker, connected with the customs office in St. Louis, was a fed oral building visitor Thursday. Uso Opal Cleaner. Ady. J. W. Lehr was elected president of the St. Joseph Building Industry Club Tuesday evening. II. B. Brldgeman, tho well known attorney from Oregon, Mo., was hero Tuesday on business. Umbrella Hospital, 811 Ed. St. Adv John Albus was made president of the St. Joseph Press Club for the en duing year at tho meeting held Tues day. J. C. Whltsell, M. D., eye, ear, noso And throat. Commercial Bldg. Adv, The following named men have been .selected as officers of the St. Joseph and Buchanan County Good Itoads .Associat...

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. — 20 January 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917 DAIRY and CREAMERY DAIRY COW RATIONS. Payability Prima Essential In th Production of Milk. Cows differ -widely, as do all domes tic animals other than the hog, with regard to their, likes and dislikes of tarlous foods, writes Hugh G. Vnn Pelt In Kimball's Dairy Parmer. What one cow cats with avidity another re fuses entirely or cats sparingly. Glu ten feed and dried distillers' grain, al though recognized as excellent dairy feeds, arc disliked by many cows when they are first added to tho ration. Most cows acquire n taste for them and soon eat them heartily, but In most herds there are Individuals that never learn to appreciate the taste of these and other byproducts. To such cows It behooves the feeder to giro only small portions of these foods, substituting feed more readily eaten. Likewise many other foods are ob jectionable to certain cows. In fact. few foods are equally acceptable to Th Aynblrs cow U gilnlnr In popularity In t...

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. — 20 January 1917

if TNW fHf. MlWWtJ'- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917 Irfer "Y Lft MATTER AND LIFE (Written for the Christian Science Monitor) Tho underlying hypothesis ot all tho teaching of Jesus Is the unreality of matter. The dynamic force of every one of his miracles ls'the un reality of matter. The fact of the un reality of matter then, is the basis at once ot tho theory and practice of his Gospel, and tho complete demonstra tion of this has been witnessed in his experience alone In the struggle In tho battle upon Calvary, and In the v'ctory upon the mountain In Galilee. What Christ Jesus proved in tho strug gle In the wilderness was that man was not dependent upon matter for life, for expression, or for satisfaction; what ho proved upon Calvary was that life was not Inherent In matter; and what he proved on the Galilean moun tain was that mattiT was In no sense substance. This was the negative theory and proof ol the unreality of matter, but the positive was like unto It. J...

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. — 20 January 1917

8 THB ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917 Our January White Sale Is Establishing New Records as Regularly as the sun Rises and Sets And it is The Muslin Underwear that is respons ible, the character of the materials, designs and workmanship together with the prestige that nrnvi'ntift WViiro Kalp.q nt HirHP.h'ft hn.vn won. for never has a year brought forth more perfectly delightful, charming, irre sistible styles in undergarments at the prices at wnich they are marked yet never has a year made such garments, and such values so scarce. Customer after customer has expressed sincere astonishment declaring they did not see how we could offer such exceptional values, particularly in the face of existing market conditions. "The things that are most worth whije are the hard things to do" we knew we were to hold this sale therefore we made our plans and our purchases months ago and let nothing interfere "MUST" was our order m. Tt w j Sm Jr Jje T - 0 jUMmi&mte, ssr Member Ret...

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. — 27 January 1917

Joseph Observer VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 NUMBER 17 INCLUDED BEAN EATERS SUM! IS BEING nrr mnnniinii nnur it nin IS BEING THE POLICE BOARD MUDDLE IS SEE MISSQUR PEACE PLAN tMwiiiL m m put INTO THE DISCARD Ttn? IMPORTANT PROPOSALS IN WILSON'S WORLD r W: The President States His Ideas on What Could Be Brought About By Them. But As It is Right in the Premises He Wants the People to Pass on the Measures. In one of the most notable addresses of a century, President WIlBon on Monday, following the custom "of three other great Democratic presi dents, Washington, Adams and Madi son, spoke direct to the American sen ate and to that body laid down the question as to whether the United States shall depart from its traditional policy of isolation and no entangling alliances and take part In a world league to preserve peace after the war. The occasion was a most notable one and which will be fraught with much portent to all of the people of the United States. It ...

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. — 27 January 1917

" utiilfc' in THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 -WSr. &. .f5- M.J.Sheridan. J Proprietor, oc &o 3T.40St.n.riO. ' We Ship Everywhere. Established 1171 Shamrock Whiskey, distilled In Ken tucky from eclentllfcallr combined rye, corn and barley, aced and stored In ror- trnment bonded warehouse; absolutab) ruro, rich and mellow; for sickness 01 pleasure, none so good. No fusel oil. m blend, no compound, but absolutely pure Per rallot Shamrock Whiskey, Jugs or bottles.. M. Jack Deem Whiskey, jugs or bottles 4.0C McBrayer Whiskey, Juc or bottles.. S.N Cedar Creek Whiskey, Jups or bot.. S.W Anderson Whiskey, Jugs or bottles.. S.K J. B. T. Whiskey, jugs or bottles.... 4.0C Kentucky Rose, in jugs only La Kentucky Valley, In Jugs only C.K Qln, Imported and native, 13, 94, IS and CM Wines, Port, Sherry, Angelica $1.25, 11.50 and LOt Brandy, all kinds.... 3, $4, $5.00 and t. OLDEST MAIL ORDER HOUSE HERI Freight paid on orders for J5.0O or orsr Our brands are afl standar...

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. — 27 January 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 WHY HAIR CHANGES Turns White Because of Air in the "Cortex." Expert Gives Some Information About the Human Head Covering Qual ity of Hair Remains Same Through Life. There are very few people whose hair begins to turn grny before they ure twenty-two years old, but there Is scarcely anyone whose hair does not show some trace of gray by tho time he has reached fifty. Generally the first signs of grayness appear about tho temples and then gradually spread through the whole hair. Gray hair comes from the eternal change of things and is merely Indica tive of age and the passing of time. You may Bay this cannot be so, be cause you have had gray hair. That Is all well and true, but the passing of time and the changes which come with age begin the moment a person is born. The losing of your baby teeth Is nothing more than the sign of age, remarks a writer In the Brooklyn Eagle. From generation to generation patches of white have appeared in...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 January 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAG EDITOR AND FUBUBIIKR IlOJUtD or TIU.DK BUILDING BLCFHONB MAIN tit JBuilneia or B41torlal TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year .$1.00 Advertising Rate on Application Addreu All Communication! to TUB OBSERVER, ST. JOSSFU. MO. IBntMed at th FoitolXIc In 8t Joph, Mlnourl, ai Becond Claii Mall MatUr. THE WEST IS "IN BAD" Tho New York Times is the personal organ of Gertrude Atherton, and the west our country is certainly in bad with her. Head what she wrote and published in her Times last week: "Keally the psychology of the west Ls becoming as teratogenic as that of Germany, heretofore tho wonder of t list ill Tt miib-ou mn ifnnilui- I f uiu muiiui av itiunvo IlaVJ ITVUUV1 All what 1 heard once (on the spot) was true of certain of its states: that they were populated abruptly at the out break of our Civil war; for good and sufficient reasons." Well now Gertie wo hardly expected to read such a nigglsh bit o...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 January 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 V 'LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Pitrngrnpliii Winch Tell of the Happening of Locnl Moment In Greater St. Jonepli. Anything Which linn Occured Deaerving of Local Notice Cnn he Fonntl in These Colnmns. X , G49 letters written; 684 cases of volun-l teer service rendered; 1,115 persons served at the supply store and 7.2G8 meals at G cents each served In the home to Inmates wns the annual re port of the Wesley House, conducted by the city missions of the M. E. church South, Tuesday. Wlnflcld Scott Qossett, the sage of Forbes, was a Wednesday visitor. Everest Engleman, a chaffcur, was fined $10 Thursday for scorching. John William Moyer, a well known baker, died Thursday morning. J. A. Sewcll, postmaster of Wallace, was a business visitor to St. Joseph Wednesday! Judge A. D. Humes will be here next Monday to try the Calllcotte perjury cases. sent the Commerce Club at the fifth annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce at Washington ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 January 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 PRAYER HEALING IS UPHELD BY UNITED STATESSUPREME COURT Constitutional for State to Recognize the Difference Between Prayer and Sug gestion in Health Legislation. Special to The Christian Science Mon itor from Us Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, D. C The opinion of the United States Supremo Court In the case of Crane against Johnson and others, decided last week, has been filed, and it clears away the somewhat self-conflicting report by which the decision was first an nounced. It shows that the highest American court squarely held that it was competent for the State of Cali fornia to recognize a distinction in itB legislation between the use of sugges tion and the uso of prayer. This was an action brought by P. L. Crane, a chiropractor or drugless practitioner, against the Governor, the Attorney-General, and a district at torney of California to enjoin them from enforcing a statute of that State which provides for examining and 11 ctns...

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. — 27 January 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 V HIS IS GAY LIFE Grocery Boy Has Charming Pros pect, It Would Seem. Lad Who Bounces In and Out of Other People's Kitchens May Be Happy Thlnas to Divert In quiring Youth. Life of every sort Is a plensnnt af fair to those who ure Interested In thu people they meet, Interested, perlmps, to the point of curiosity; Interested, at least, to the point of forgettlnK their own precious troubles. A grocery boy, who Is Just n grocery boy and nothing but a grocery boy, considers blniM'lf u most unfortunate youth. lie must get up In the dark and feed and pretend to groom un unwilling horse, lie must fill kerosene cans or empty potato barrels or grind coffee or run errands or dellxer groceries to Impatient cus tomers the whole day long and far Into the dark of the evening. Ills feet get numb nnd cold and he is forever carry ing about good things to ent with his own stomach complulnlng of neglect. It Is, you see, a dlllicult place that the groce...

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. — 27 January 1917

r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 91 7 WHAT IS BEING DONE AT CAPITOL (Continued from Page One) -TTT 1.' . ... N y, y. e c in o akkkkkkkk kn kkkkC tBs BlB&9kJhMHhBb9uIi xV .j&kkkVI3kkkkkkkk9L9 a w IMkHHABDkR.VkHPkwh v kVHflKkEkwlHiki9BPIwrkkkkkK i V 9t wHPlMHS;T'i k ;HsLBi7i SRxsN ff jHiu v mBiuEKm I?. vWi ffv 01 J BUSINESS IS GOOD So Says Bradstreet's and That Mercan tile Agency Knows What It Is Talking About For last week Bradstreet's said: "Business is good for the season; with less peace talk, there is more confidence as to the near future pur chases, and sales from the country's leading industries are sold far ahead. Retail trade In heavy goods has been accelerated by cold weather, and traveling salesmen are meeting with success in booking new orders. Con servatism is, of course, evident. Reck less buying is not in vogue, and domes tic demand for steel has slowed down, but it is evident that supplies of essen tial staple articles are not excessive. Prices,...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 February 1917

The St. Joseph Observ ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 NUMBER 18. VOLUME X. JulJL i 1. la tW- it i hJ i. )f d s- a r n e 1 UNITED STATES FACES GRAVE Germany Has Declared Unrestricted Warfare On All Neutral Vessels Which Carry Contraband At Present the Situation Is Tense and Any Mo ment May Bring On Diplomatic Severance Tho people of the United States are now facing grave possibilities and only President "Wilson and a demo cratic congress nro In position to ex trlclto them from a most unfortunate situation that much to be depleted, war and from whoso hideous touch our great president has so far been able to keep us untouched. No true or decent American wants war. There are some so-called Amer icans who want war, but If you will but scratch their hides you will at onco find that they have munitions and war supplies to sell and that they nronose to stay back of the firing line and thus shield their carcasses while your father, your son and your brother goes to the front and ...

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. — 3 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1317 j ? Car o HSS?ri -K 4 . c-3 tS nJ,5HIMN. J PSOPRUTOa, V-O c Ship 1 ervtth I it .MiVir.1 IS7S Phamrc k WimLn HcJ in kcntm k Irjm 9i-lritlJ l ly c l il r)t corn and title), ajjt J 1 i ' in Ktnenimrnt liondcu warrtit u- -- t N pure ncli and tmllou , (or h km, nr f.ltnmrr, none to KooJ No fmel oil i end, no compound, but absolutely pure T'er gallon Shamrock Whiskey, j u or tmttles $4 00 Jack Deem Whiskey, i i? or t$ott. 4 00 MrRrayer Whiskey, t k or ro.tre J 50 Cedar Creek Whiskey, ) i?- or l.ottlrs 3 CO Anderson Whiskey, jm or lott1es . 2 50 J. n. T. Whiskey, jiir or bottles 100 Kentucky Rose, in jur onlv ., 2 25 Kentucky Valley, in mr- only . .2 00 Gin, Imported ind natn S3, 54, 53 and $6 00 Wines. Port. Sherrv. Aneellcn $125, $151 and 2 00 israndy, all kinds S3, S4, $5 and 6 00 OLDEST MAIL ORDER HOUSC HERE IVefRht pud on ord'tt for $100 or oer Our bramW arr alt t u 'ard; no fakes, lerfri tlv respon-ttblr Hi unun Anv ! mV Stnd for ro...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 fl V I s ARE WOMEN PROGRESSING FAST AS MEN Men hnxe Improved In dexllMent; i but tltoy have nlso Improved In many worthy xx-njs. Great things nr being i accomplished In the world, and thu . men uro accomplishing them, Are , the women progressing ns much ns the men? Ih th.-ic not something wrong with tho wur.icn; nnd with children, ns n nattnul result? Thnt home uro not Improving as nro In stitutions managed by men Is charg ed very generally and vlclou-xly of late. I will not nrgue the question: I will let tho women themselves do It. Anna A. Hogem lately wroto In the Atlantic Monthly: "One of the evil effects of our false nnd demorallrlnir deification of women In Hhown In the intolerance and selfishness of wives, which Is largely responsible for tho scandalous slackening of marriage ties. Our women as a wholo are spoiled, extremely Idle, and curiously undeserving of tho maudlin worship that they demand from our hard working men. Tho...

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. — 3 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER p n A X 1C F 11 P. V T A G Editor and Publisher. 811 EDMOXD STREET. rELEPHOXH MAIN 593 Business or Editorial. TERMS OP SL'IISCIUPTIOX Ter Year $1.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER 811 Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Joseph, Missouri, Mall Matter. A Postoffleo In St, as Second Cluss THOSE KCHOPKAX PARTNERS. The reason that peace Is so difficult of attainment In Europe Is tlmt so hiany nations are engaged and no two of thorn are fighting for the same thing, It Is extremely unfortunate that nations may not be merged Into corporations the same as Industrial nnd commercial corporations, so that they might ba controlled by society Alliances anions nations are as dan Ccrous as partnerships among Indi viduals. For Instance, Just suppose that a partnership existed, which partner chip la mado up of a resident of Eng land, u resident of Italy, a resident of Japan,...

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. — 3 February 1917

MBflSVSsJrsJfj Li- s IS k k THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 LOCAL MATTERS OF iRAL INTEREST OEME tof39 'm' sm irmvfirxvsEv vstjmww Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns A, P. Newman ricelvod a 5-year sentence in Judgo Utz'a court Thurs day for forgery. Charles T. Wlldbahn, aged CO years, and a clerk at Engclhart-Davld-son, died of heart failure Thursday. Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. Mm. Rol Hosmer, of Muryvillo, Mo., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. XV. Spencer, Cll Bon Ton streot, last week. Sixteen scholars in tho Hosea. open air school continued their studies In , the open desplto tho frigid weather this week. The Artcrafts Engraving Company lias acquired the Western Electro plating Company find will run it iu on adjunct. Umbrella Hospital, s rcet. Adv. 811 Edmond The six Caillcotte perjury cases to have been tried before Judgo A. D. Burnos Tuesda...

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. — 3 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 irx- jjgj, iff THE GARDEN OF ILLUSIONS Hero Ih something I found In n per onal letter from a poet frleiul of 11. n oinethlng that c inw straight frim h i hcuit mid mn find Its wtj btrilght Into jours He wijs: "AVhat ocr jou do, cling to jour illusions I'ollcvo that tho ork jou can do Is tho 1 Mtal, Important thing In tho unlorse as far as ou ire eonecrnod und It Is, too. Nothing else on tho face of the earth niuteis I nm put ting my Illusions out Into tho sun light, watering them with my tears und watching the buds spread and swell, and some duv the shall blos som again onl inure beiiutlfully than before foi the will be nourished by the decajed hopes of curs, the fal len leics of mlt and e irthlj frost the blood of a un ken heart or 2 Thero 1 rcall no rei-on why n man of 40 should not lnue Ills little flow er garden of llluions- In fact, theie 13 eerj taon win be should, for ho Knows so much lb it Is tine that lie can select his Il...

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. — 3 February 1917

,KU THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 V i! When Others Fail , I. consult Hit. s. . fiivncis Toollc Illorlc. r.lB'j lYunch St., St. Jo'cpli, Mi. Expert In tho treatment of Chronic, Nervous. Wood, Skin ana Genlto-Urinnry Diseases of men and woman. Honest treatment You pay for results only. No fiilso hopes or promises; hut penrancnt, lasting cures, Fioo cnntt1tUluli. All deal ings confidential. Sundays: 10 lo 1 INVtlST l'Oll GOOD HEALTH Hours: I) n. m. t" " p. m. 1877 1917 Sprall-Gow6.il Abslract Co. Successors to tho JOAKPII C. lIKIi:NI!KK(. 37 Years of Compiled Information AisrncT or titli: hooks Abstracts of Title to nil Ileal Kstnto In St. Jiseph and Huchanan County. Spralt-Gowglll Abstraci Go. 213 Notlli Seventh Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS BTORAOn PACK1NC. llACMXO Store futures Safe's, Dusks ''' Cll : TfJif-PIIONT Third und Charles. W. N. LINN ATTOHNr;Y AT LAW A'Mracts i:anilncil. Tilles Perfected und 1'ioliato Piaiitcc n Specialty Also Collection...

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