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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1017 THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER r It A N 1C V K i: Y 1' A o Editor and Publisher. 8ii edmond street. TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. COS terms or subscription Ver Year $1.00 Advertising Kates on Application. Address All Communications to TUG OBSERVER 811 Edmond St. St. Joseph. Mo. Entered at the Postofflce In St. JORcph, Missouri, as Second Class Mall Matter. BRYAN'S UEl'EnEMUM D1IMAND It Is entirely too late to give any attention to tho Bryan's demand for n referendum to decide If President Wil son shall be sustained In his position In tho submarine Issue. That position was taken during Mr. Brjan's tenency as secretary of state over twenty-one months ago, and was announced to tho world at the tlmo of the sinking of tho Lusltnnla. Prom It tho Presi dent has neer recoded and the Unit ed States backs him In his stand. It was the note signed by Ml Btlan and dispatched Muy 13, 1915, In which tho rights of American shipmasters and passen...

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. — 24 February 1917

f ,VA :- jj THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1017 m jjiirMm)aarijcaaJtCTrHirJraJvJLJ--. I V. I r a. V ? M i LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST 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 Potatoes this week here were 70c per peck or (2.1G per bushel. Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. Walter II. Boblnpon Is oxpocted homo today from a, Florida trip. Dr. Clarence ltyaji, of Sabetha, Kansas, Tiaa In tho city ,3pjiday. Umbrella Hospital, s.reet. Adv. 811 Edmond Tho city hall offices were all closed Thursday In observance of Gen. Washington's birthday. The St. Joseph Press Club held their annual gridiron dinner at the Hotel Robldoux last night. J. C. Whltscll, M. D ejia, ear, nose and throat. Commercial Bide. Adv. The "national week of songs" was observed hero with much interest in schools, theaters and private homes. Hogs sold on the local markets Wednesday and Thursda...

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. — 24 February 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, W17 "";, " - mrrtnmtwmm COMMUNITY WAS VERY AMBITIOUS NEWS OF THE FARM It Is desired to hnvo dairy cattlo in u burn by themselves to avoid odors Ainnrt nit. .it i fi n r. t n loan Hliimnrch. North Dakota, had more citizens nm-j. being Imparted to milk. . ... .. ... 11. I I.. Alii ..,. muous 10 noui MinieimiiK '" "" ""' of public ofrieo, position, or "Job at the capltol," or "guard at tho pon," In proportion to the number of quail fled voters (and In those das they were not all qualified), than any oili er spot wheto Koosevelt ever lived," remarked the old tlmo ltismarck at torney. "It was nnythinR to be in tho limelight; any thins to be recognised, however unimportant tho position. That feeling even permc-ited into tho Jury room. I was states attorney dur ing tho period, and 1 day was engag ed In the prosecution of a rough ri der who had forgotten that tho brand arrow double 11' wnxn't his own, but belonged to his neUhlmr The defense br...

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. — 24 February 1917

wwatiawii'rtiiiwvwrtiyt; : 1 T THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1917 lC.A i-iS- ii ks : - . . sv .. to When Others Fail - . l'tf f , CONSULT Wt S. D. ritANCIS Toollo lllock, IS 1 81$ Francis St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert in the treatment of Chronic. Nervous. Mood, Skin and Genito-Urlnary DIseaBes of men and women. Honest treatment. You pay for results only. No false hopes or promises: hut permanent, lasting cures. Free consultation. All deal ings confidential. Sundays: 10 to 1 INVEST FOR GOOD HKALTH Hours: 0 n. in. to 3 p. m. 1877 1917 Spralt-Gowgill Abstract Go. Successors to the josei'h c. muJKNnnno S7 Years of Compiled Information ABSTRACT OP TITLE llOOHS Abstracts of Title to all Ileal Estate In St. Joseph and Buchanan County. Spralt-Gowgill Abstract Go. 213 North Seventh Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE PACKING HAULING Store Fixture, Safes, Desks g II ; TELEPHONES I 853 Third and Charles. W. N. LINN ATTORNEY AT LAW Attracts Exnmlncd, Titles lVrfc...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 February 1917

8 HEWTFBOi IMP RIAL Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor John I.ukcns, n mall cr.rrler nt Ore Bon, broke his nrm whllo cranking an automobile. The Tnrklo city council have ar ranged for the purchase of a chemical lire engine and apparatus. Chllllcotho Is credited with immu nity from tornadoes because of being located "in the forks of the river." Guilford wants electric light. Tho town board has taken up the matter with the Maryvlllo company. A Platte county canning factory of fers to contract 200 acres of tomatoes at J9 a ton or 15 cents a hundred pounds. Fines In Moberly's police court hae been added to the uplift In the II. C. 1. advance. The usual "$2 and costs" has been raited to J 5. At a meeting of citizens of Kerrll iew a few dais since plans were ar rrnged for a J2.S0O school building, SI.OSj of tho amount being subscribed at the meeting. In a meat stealing caso at...

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

ufjmv,-.3M The SfT JOSEPH iwy JT TJ "I7"0 I A " ' N V i - VOLUME X. ANOTHER NEW HUNDRED Lee Broom Hac Contracted for Its Erection and Will Take Charge of the Hostlery Will Be Located on the Donovan Lots on Francis Between Fifth and Sixth Well heri Is something more. Here Is a little more or the ad vancement of St. Joseph. Who wns It that said St. Joseph would not grow this yep-? Who was it that said that the best city In tho whole West was not allvo? Who was It? Let him speak up at once In order that he may be proper ly nnd effectually Bquelched. Where Is tho croaker who said Ipst year that the present year would show no advancement? Trot him out In order that the rushing and energetic wheels of progress may effectually and eternally squelch and squash him. Another New Hotel An addition to the greatest grain elevator In the whole West which Is now In progress of construction tho new Hlchardson Dry Goods Co. mam moth building tho new Battreal .Shoe Company's splendid new structure wh...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 March 1917

r r mmmwm mucin, 1MT rannu w Jtt& rr njmjjii.ujamwmiiiii u-wr. 7tt&fl ''"1"WT1' nn Vote for the Schools Saturday, March 10, 1017 WHY? The schools cannot be operated upon the present revenues. WHY? State aid has decreased $46,000 per.year within the last 8 years, which is more than the increase in local tax revenue. We Have 1,000 More Pupils, 51 More Teachers, 8 More Janitors With only 5 more gross income than 8 years ago. Shall we give our children modern schools for nine months ? St. Louis and Kansas City teach ten months. Needed vocational education cannot be extend ed or even continued on the present revenue. Failure to Vote the Tax Levy Means Four Months School You work all day for your children. Take a few minutes to vote for them Saturday, March 10. BS II VICtORMURDOCK IN THE ORIENT NEWS OF THE FARM Farmers say thore Is more money In sheep than anything else. Farmers say that wells on the f.irms are dry account not enuf wet weather. Driest month In 10 years. There are ...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 S" Joseph's Third Annual Automobile St MOGUL and TITAN KEROSENE BURNING TRACTORS I- th f:' Mfr f - r ft tog: Tlie Eight-Cylinder Cadillac enjoys a larger ownership than any other high grade lupdcl in the world. Each year has seen the Cadillac be come more and more the car which is bought, not because its price is what it is, but because the car itself is what it is. It is the choice of the buyer who can easily afford any car, no matter what its price, but who recognizes the ad vantage of Cadillac ownership and who realizes that he cannot obtain the same advantages in any other car, no matter what price he pays. It is likewise the choice of the buyer who would prefer to pay less for n car, but who also realizes that only in high est quality can complete satisfaction be ouiamcu. Robinson Cadillac 1 814 Felix Street JJ. St. Joseph, Mo. st. Joseph yH AVT0M0BIISA3J snow JgyJS Peerless 8 Chalmers 6 Harroim These cars will be at the show and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 March 1917

"-,"m "ri-fT"- ,."" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 w THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER F It A N K T UKYTAO Editor mid Publisher. 811 EDMOND STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 595 Business or Editorial. terms or subscription Per Year 1.00 Advertising ltates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OnSEItVEIt 811 Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered at the Postofflco In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Cla&s Mall Matter. ixoi mors ix new yohk This Is hurdly credible food riots In New York, the greatest Uty In the United States food riots within sight of the great skyscrapers In which the boards of directors meet; right up against Wall street whoro more for tunes have been won by gambling In the past jear than honest labor has accumulated In a hundred years of toll I These food riots are not the result of hard times or duo to lack of employment for they come at a tlmo that the United States was never more pros perous and when there arc not men and women enough to fill the Jobs th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 March 1917

"THE 'ST. JVSt.Vtt U3tKVt.K,"ifAi fr- njir a 5 i &"J H rv - '."s LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph company la receiving much praise for j WHAT WJLSON Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns this Innovation as It teaches the em ployees neatness and cleanliness St, Joseph has a "Garment shop" at 616 Francis street and It Is a blessing to the bachelors and hen pecked husbands. Socks will be darned and tl.sre for $1 a dozen and the money used for relief work In Europe among the parentless children. Senator James A. Campbell was In St. Joseph Wednesday but returned to Jefferson City Thursday. It. T. Forbes has been chosen as the president of the Country Club at Its meeting of directors Thursday. Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. A lire at the home of II. V. Jud son, 1216 Mess.tnle did 1300 damage to the home before being extinguish ed Wednesday. The price of eggs came down t...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 March 1917

wffeIt1?;:t-.,. THFSJOEPH OBSERVfet, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 A Automobiles FARMER AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY accessories roit all caus. Firestone tires. Tlilrtccuth mill l'mli-i kk Ae. Phono Main 2102 The World's Champion Non-Stop Car. MAXWELL Complcto Lino Repair Parts Carried In Stock. tiii: .rani ci:.vri:n motor gah company 17th niul 1'rctlciivk Ate. Telephone. Main 807. W ALL KINDS OP BLOWOUTS REPAIRED AND GUARANTEED. 1'ilix'i Reasonable. Prompt mul Ciiivful Attention tilwn Oiit-or-Town Orders. onvi: stui:i:t tire repair company, wis oiu0 street. ayhe: New Glide "Six." J1.095. Oakland 1" M.WA.V ALTO Sotenth mid Chaik-, btuelw. IIBLEY'S AUTO-NEWER KEEPS YOUR AUTO NEW HOLLIDAY MOTOR CAR CO. NATION I. 0 .I) 12. i'k.i: o. G-M-C MOTOK TRUCKS Automobile Insure Your Car Ae.iinM Liability, III lis L. MeDONALD, Jit. 1101 Corliy-rnrsco IliiiMlii; Gould Storage Batterse Tor Automobile Starting, Lighting and Ignition. Wo Recharge, Ilcpnlr and lleplaeo All Makes or storage llattciic-s. ST. JOSEPH B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 ermb lonw. Vgtt SFY" i autfy fiatgn W . Drue hd and h'obb'a Bow. and 2101 SsT 1 ALE business an( Old Private) mea lit, jtcd i. rep, 1 a lot :t, COI1 Iro ana nd vet Ur. uernt Hard., 01.1 .catel and ,11117- 1 ff the Larffaid r write ma oseph, Mo. feL L.AS3 ockmen ,'ulo nates tree. ,1, Propa, her ring 6. 8th SU ttlng ind pump xrs, stove 1 welding ing up 01 KAIN 088 55 pggago AND (GER er ukoo Been (Second. JRANT t & Tssured of Well 1'rc-. Absolutely ng Vrlcc lding ft). Cement COAX. 8 ROUTE Edmond hall In. to TttO P. (or wiuo Int. liberty, Cty. Call bo. .N fit Month SONS rado Sod ej quiacar When Others Fail aWESsafciV?1' .' r . . ' EI ?sQYfM-HHH&tfL.?'t'V' ilBaaillaaaiHP S HtaaHHaKBlaa' CONSULT on. S. D. rRNCIS Tootlo lllock. 518V4 PrnucU St., St. Joseph, Mo. FJxpcrt In the treatment of Chronic. Nervous, Dlood, 8kln and Gonlto-Urlnnry Diseases of men and women, Honest treatment. Ypu pay for results only. No false hopes or promises;...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 3 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 icw uiq con ami mi mico lwo mum ftix utn DC Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place !n the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor Mr J. J. Cop hHS boon sworn In as a grand Jut or In Johmon county and eventualities are awaited. It maj or imy not follow that Dr. James Tltterlngtnn. Crocker's humana dentist, uses laughing gas. Occasionally a dentist admits it. One In Chllllcotho Is advertising, "Special pains taken In nil cases." Cold w either stopped the work In a Raj county coal mine during the recent "snap," when frost closed the air shaft. Colonel W. B Hogers, veteran edi tor of the Republican-Tribune of Trenton, reached his eighty-second jear Thursday. What has become of our boasted patriotism? A Lamar druggist Is ad ertlslng "Prussian calf meal" as a milk substitute. Cameron has raised tho required $75,000 and Missouri Wcslejan Col lege will be rebuilt and be permanent ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 March 1917

VOLUME X ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 NUMBER 23. Sv PAGE I OF VOLUME 2 OPENED BY WOODBQW WILSON Is Again Sworn In as President of the Greatest Nation on Which the Sun Now Shines In Simple Words He Tells the People of the Nation of Its Needs and Dangers At 12:03 Sunday afternoon just as the Congress of the United States had concluded Its strenuous labors, Wood row Wilson stood before Chief Jus tice White of the United States Su preme court, In his office In the capi tal building and repeated this oath as read by the chief Justice: "I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of presi dent of the United States and -will to the best of my ability preserve, pro tect and defend the constitution of tho United States." Then he kissed the Bible which he had used when he was Inaugurated governor of New Jersey and when he was Inaugurated as president In 1913, t.id the first ceremony was over. On Monday at high noon he again took the oath at the' east front door ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 I MO 1 SMITH jj I -?. isa. -j. HI i I In On wflmm wrltfi that her hn lav enouah ctftfi to pay the grocery bill ccrv month. XjoqV to your flocV NOW Efltft are Mgh Yoj can mike youi hens pay Ei pronu uy using. EGG MAKER It hIM rendition your hens, keep them healthy, and make them lay. So rwltlve are we that WOI.PS EGG MAKl'R will do all neclalm that we hae told our dealer In our town to furnish ou enough tor our flock on the tallowing guaiantec which U on eviry packa.s. Jit nircSksJrkfivtrUiT tr "MADEKSjrisrr" Remember' T.rmiv Hen Can't T-av WOLF'S RAPID LOUSE KILLER will keep your hem tree from lice. m. Largs Cn, Sifter Tp, 25o Will. S, Ji.lillilsmr.-i Iruj Store-i, Till iiiul Kdniontl mid 4th and TMmuiiil; Webb's Pharmacy, 717 rdl; How muu riiurni.'ioj, Olh mid Francis: W. Paul Webb, 2101 South tlUli. lrJrJrJrJJrJrJrJp: E. F. HARTWIG CLOSING OUT SALE I have decided to discontinue Imsiness and Z have quite a stock of the Old l'rlvate ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 March 1917

r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 s- L VICTOR MURDOCK IN THE ORIENT Tokyo, Japan. Dear Folks: It Is easy moving around In Japan. In tho 1st place tho Japs put directions In English on slgn-posti. That helps. At many of tho stations there are big slgn-boirds bearing reading matter under the heading, "Places of Inter est." I think It Is n daisy Idea. The town tells what It h. a that the trav eler should see. It Is a Japanese scheme and worthy of Imitation ev erywhere. People have said that the Japa lack Invention. 1 don't think so. For Instance, I found that If you want to go out on tho railroad plat form to seo a friend off, you can buy a platform ticket for a cent and do It. I would like to know If Dad Mahaliey has any kick on that, and I nm sum tho union depot company would like tho revenue. I havo tried everything here In the way of conveyances ex cept automobiles, and the streets are so trowded with children that I refus ed toput my nerves on tho ruck. 1st I tri...

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. — 10 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 TUP QT ImQEPh nnPBUPP II1C Oil UUOtrn UnOUnKCn PltANK F 11 K VTAO Editor and Publisher. 811 EDMOND ST11EET. TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. cas terms or subscription Pr Tear (1.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER 811 Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entcted at the rostofflco In St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mall Matter. 24 AS AMERICA NOW STANDS After the reports begun to como In ot tho sinking of tho Laeonla, It was round that the mother and alstcr of Austin V. Hoy, an American doing business In London, had perished as the result of cold and exposuro fol lowing the sinking. Hoy at once sent a cablegram to President Wilson In which ho used language that was any thing but ploasant and somo sontenees v.ero of nn almost Insulting natuie. The fact of his Rreat loss will condone In a measure for this Intemperate use of language. It Is eay to undeis'and the gie.it temptation that Impelled ...

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. — 10 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 wlfc V. V LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST 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 Roxoy Ilockor, of Guilford, was a visitor hero Wednesday. J. C. Hocker, of Barnard, waa a business visitor hero Wednesday. Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. Carl Welgel and W. A. Challts spent two days In St. Louts this week. The Missouri river Is now free of the Ice jams, the river opening Wednesday. Arthur I Carter, the postmaster and lumber dealer of Fairfax, was In the city Wednesday. Umbrella Hospital, 811 Edmond a reet. Adv. Eggs sold here at 30 cents a dozen this week, on lug to warmer weather and the hens getting "busy." Vlo Schwlen received a "New Year" card from a friend In Hamburg, Ger many, mailed Aug, J 8, 1918, Wednesday. Wednesday, hogs at the local mar fctta reached the 314.80 mark and Just one year ago solu at 39.05 4? 9.26 p...

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. — 10 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 WELCOME TO THE DASHEEN All hnll tho "'ilasliecn," and thrlco welcome, Nn: It's not a dog. It's a root crop now to America, planted nnu grown exactly as potatoes are. It may bo grown In all the Southern states. Tho "dashecn" produces from 3G0 to 475 bushels nn acre, tastes as Rood an a potato, Is almost twice as nutritious, and will be cheaper than potatoes as soon as the fanners of the South got to growing them, nnd people learn how good thoy are. Therefore welcome to the "dashecn." Welcome to nn thing that will help to keep down the grocery bill. Tho high price of potatoes has revived tho In terest of the department of agricul ture In the "dasheen," and It has Is sued n bulletin giving tho history of tho "dasheen," Instructions how to grow It nnd how to prepare It in va rious was for the table. Tho "da sheen" Is 1 of tho Important food crops of warm climate nations. It Is eaten largely In China and Japan, find we sec It here occasio...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 s When Others Fail S.I III II llllffll JJ ilZf CONSVLT ML S. 1). FRANCIS Tootio Mouk, B18J4 Francis St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the treatment of Chronic, Nervous, niood, Skin and Oenlto-Urlnary Dlsoascs of men and women. Honest troatmont. You pay for results only. No fnlso hopes or promises; but permanent, lastlnif cures. Frco consultation. All deal ings confidential. Sundays) 10 to 1 INVEST FOK aOOD HEALTH Hours: 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. 1877 1917 Spratt-Gowg.il Abstract Go. Successors to the JOSEPH O. HISDENBErtG 37 Years of Compiled Information ABSTRACT OP TITLE BOOKS Abstracts of Title to all Real Estate In St. Joseph and Buchanan County. Spralt-Cowglll Abstract Go. 213 North Sjvcnth Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE TACKING HAULING Store Fixtures, Safes, Desks 341 : TELEPHONES : 553 Third nnd Charles. W. N. LINN ATTORNEY AT LAW Abstracts Examined, Titles Perfected and Probnto Practice a Specialty Also Collections....

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