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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 10 March 1917

v THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, M17 NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI 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 Circuit court begins ut Platto City on Monday, MRrch 12. Three newspapers In Northwest Missouri havo recently been sold. Tho da8 are setting longer even if tho dresses of the Joung ladles aro not. Moses Nusbaum has been In busi ness In MHryvlllo forty-four jears, thlrty-hlx ye.trs In one pl.ico. Missouri breeders sold more than ono million dollars' worth of register ed live stock at public auction In 1316. Peculiar Is to be lei-s so. Electric lights ure to be Installed, the current to come from Pleasant Hill. Signs of spring multiply. Miss Georgia Garden and Mr. Claude Sass were married at Springfield Ust week. The winter drought has reached thp point uccording to the Clinton County Demor-ru. where a general rain would be a great relief to the fish. ...

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. — 17 March 1917

,& VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 NUMBER 24. The St. Joseph Observer. DOES NOT BELI WE If the People of the United Stales Will Stand Morally and Squarely Behind President Wilson This Is the Opinion of Congressman Booher Who Has JuSt Returned from His Duties at Washington If the people of the United States give that undivided and wholesome moral support to President Wilson, which he Is entitled to, there will be no war with Germany, Is the opinion of Congressman Charles F. Booher who Is now home on a short vacation between the close of the regular and the coming special session which President Wilson has called for April 16, There Is no more devoted nnd conclentlous supporter of President Wilson and his policies than Con gressman Booher and he has during all of the trying times of the last thirty months and especially during the last soul harrowing few months been squarely behind Wilson In all of his acts and accomplishments. While In the city yesterday Mr. B...

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. — 17 March 1917

,!a ---'". 4Mb- . j THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 llIQUXS H .4 j. Or? sSjfl s I WHEN YOU USE I i Wolfs Liquid Poultry Tonic In ths drinklaj vrat.f. It tl a g.rmt- Me tnd aatu.plic u w-H tonie. It d.tror. th d.ngerou. dLeuo litmi i sooth., and h.al. lh Inflam.iJ rn.mb.an... Trjril.a our guraal. 7X? cent i ciafe is "MAD ISFY" jA w 7m- m'zed U menev. niWOmi v&.Oarf . W'm. S. Stores "t'l 1th and I rimriiiary, mill I'lint I'raiti'Ni W, Klmilson's Drug nnil r.clmoml itutl Mniond ; Webb's 717 Fell; Bovv inacy, (Ith mil , Paul Weill), 2101 South 10th. )riipJiiipinJr7JtJrir; E. F. HARTWIG CLOSING OUT SALE I hflT decided to oincontlnue !m,neM ftnd I hay- nuite a stock of th Old IMvMo Stock Silver Creel, an I Old Tamei E Tep. per WhinVej Old Sherwood Rye tnd i lot of other imported floods on hand yet, con llitlrn of choice Khlne Wines, Pr Bern castler Mol Wine, Trench CUrett. Old Tort, herrlM, Angelica. Muscatel and Malaga Wines This wit) gitr you an opportunity to se c...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 I 9 THE PLAINSMEN OF AMERICA Sketches from Life In tlio history of border llfo In North America, Buffalo Bill and Wild Sill follow Daniel Boons and Kit Carson In natural order, but bordor life was undergoing a great change jn the later years of Carson's career. He had helped Fremont to open the way to California, and In opening the way ho had helped to let In a tldo that was destined to chango the face and character of tho Great West. Like Boone, whoso career lapped over to tho 19th centuty, Carson, whose ac tivities extended Into the 2nd H of that century, was a mighty hunter, a frontiersman. He was.l of the last to dress In moccasins, leggings, buck skin trousers, fur-trimmed leather coat, and coonskln cap. Ha was 1 of tho last of the J, Fenlmoro Cooper typo of Indian fighters. After him came the pony express rider, tho freighter, the stage driver, tho pros pector, tho miner, the small-town ad venturer, the city builder. The plains...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 March 1917

fW ,. .-, THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, WIT l THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r n A n. ic f n c y t a a Editor mid Publisher. 811 EDMOND STREET TELEPHONE .... MAIN 695 Business or Editorial. terms or subscription ror Tear (1.00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to THE OBSERVER 811 Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Postofflce in St. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Class Mall Matter. 24 ran words or woomiow wil- SOX Bverv person who road Wuodro v Wilson h Inaugural uddress and ev cry American should have or should et read It could not but bo stuick by the remaxl. vbleness of tho docu ment, for there was not a harsh word In It not a Tord of war not a hard phrase applied to anyone or any na tion and one rannot but be further struck with wonder that the president after his harrowing and trjlng ex periences with aermany and with Congress could speak so ciilmlj und phylosophlcallj of the "problems and the record of domestic legislation" of "reforms In ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph This suit la to recover thAt amount. The defendants are the ftvo children of the late Mrs. John 8. Brtttain. A bogus check for $20 beurlng the name of a local Catholla priest wan given Albert Klenk, proprietor of the Green Tree Hotel, last Saturday night by a stranger. Tuesday tho check was turned down at the bank and tho police were then notified. Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Albert Gray of Frazer was a Thurs day visitor. Uso Opal Cleaner. Adv. J. W. Spencer of the (Joss Printing Press Company is in California. United States Commissioner C. C. Colt Is spending a week In Kansas City. Umbrella Hospital, a reet. Adv. 811 Edmond Tho police arc conducting a strict campaign against tobacco merchants who sell minors clgarets. Well, today Is "Irishman's Day" and all good Celtt...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 March 1917

e -- - THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 The German-American National Bank St. Joseph, Md. OFFICIAL STATEMENT March 5, 1017 RESOURCES Loans ... $5,4,608.7(5 Overdrafts l?& Real Estate . ! . ...... NONE Furniture nnd Fixtures NONE United States Bonds (Par) 180,000.00 5 Redemption Fund..-?; 7,500.00 Cash nnd Sight Exchange 3,842,316.37, $9,498,385.81 LIABILITIES Capital Slock $ 200,000.00 Surplus and Profits 256,006.51 Circulation 146,10000 Deposits 8,896,279.30 $9,493,383.81 Anthony Morton (bottcr known as Tony) tho oldest letter carrier In Bt. Joseph In point of service, liaa ha.fi a long and varied career and dur ing that time has seen many and Important changes. Ho lias Been the most promlnqnt' men la St, Joseph com? and go has seen thd prctrt changes In the nation and ltd affairs has, tasted tho hitter nnd the fifcoet nnd still sticks to his old Job faith fully and honestly discharging U) duties for hlch Undo Sam pays him. In the last Issue of this paper it wa...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 March 1917

) I i i i nMill fiU&3&m)KZ3XS i.tCZJT..'7?' -.-WSW THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 k IV i fcr u When Others Fail consuit n. 8. D. FRANCIS Toollo Block, B18H Francis St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the treatment of Chronic, Nervous. Blood, Skin and Genlto-Urlnary Diseases of men and women. Honest 'treatment. Tou pay for results only. No false hopes or promises; but permanent, lasttnu cures. Free consultation. All deal ings confidential. Sundays: 10 to 1 INVEST FOB GOOD HEALTH Hours: B n. m. to S p. m. 1STT 1917 Spratt-Gowgill Abstract Co. Successors to the JOSEPH O. HEDENBElia 87 Tears of Compiled Information ABSTRACT OF TITLE BOOKS Abstracts of Title to all neat Estate in St. Joseph ana uucnanan uuuuij, Sprait-Cowgill Abstract Co. SIS North Seventh Street St. Joseph Transfer Co. PONY EXPRESS STORAGE PACKING HAULING Store Fixtures, Safes, Desks 841 ! TELEPHONES I 653 ! TELEPnONKS I Third nnd Charles. W. N. LINN ATTOrtNET AT LAW Abstracts Hxamlned, Titles rerf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 17 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 191T NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI 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 At a farm sale near Cameron 100 bushels of snapped corn sold at $1.14 a bushel. Smlthvlllo Is to oto on a (17,500 bond Issue for tho erection of a new high school building. Owing to tho war In Europe, tho regulation police court flno In Mober ly has been Increased from (1 to (5. Neighbors of 'Willow Grove hao put their dollars together and ordered a car of sugar. Each will take a barrel. The trial of George Hackmunn, tho new state auditor, on the charge of making false nffldalts, will be held in Warren county In April. oer tho ejo of a little daughter and a dozen penetrating Mrs. uoocn's foot. Friday, lie was asked U he wished to eeo her before the burial, lie Ans wered, "I will go with her." 'Ward died at tho home yesterday afternoon at the hour for ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER. VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 r . 1- , . NUMBER 25. :s It NOW IS THE TIME FOR UNDILUTED PATRIOTISM The President Has Called a Special Session to Consider a Most Dangerous Situation Congressman Booher Addresses Monroe Club and Gives His Hearers Food for Thought With the prospects for war with Germany becoming more pronounced each day President Wilson has called an earlier special session of Congress to meet April 2nd Instead of April 16th as first called, and It Is to be expected that when the President ad dresses the joint session that there will be Important developments. Con gressman Booher of this district, who is but a few days at home, Is already making preparations to return to his post of duty at Washington and will leave for that place on the night of the 30th, where from his present pre dictions ho will remain all summer for he does not expect the special session to end before the autumn days at least. The action of President W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 JNO. 1. SMITH T f - CHOCCH. IjKSl 3 One woman wrltn that (iff hem lav enough to pay tho grocery bills every month. Look to your flock NOW. Eatt art hlfih. You can make your hem pay big profit by uslntf. EGG MAKER Tt will condition VfXir hnt. fcn J thtm healthy, and make I hem lay. So positive are we that WOLF'S EGG MAKKIt will do all wc claim that Me have told our dealer In jour town to furnish ou enough (or your Hock on the (allowing guarintre nhkh U on every pacinte. i mm m i Imk TV ml!5t(iGlrhii ir MAD3TSrY' Ttememberl T.miiy Hem Can't Lay WOLFS KAPir LOUSE KILLER wit) keep your hen, free from lice, Lrg- Can, SlfUr Top, 2S in. c. Jwliiii-cn h Drug Sliirei, 7th and Eilmuml nnd till nnd Kdmoml; Wobb's Pharmacy, 717 I c 1 1 x ; How inan Pliuniav, fitli nnd KiniicN; W. Paul Webb, 3101 til 10th. rjr - Ji - rP - - Jr - - dr - - - - Jr - 1U A NEW FAVORITE IN ST. JOSEPH The Brunswick Phonograph has created a sensation. F.vcryniie who hear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

mijmumWm THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 gjpw'flfc ASS .aT. ..M A. Ac I '.at. sWM Vk? jfa .vsr An va. tipw H J.Shirisah, 9 PaormtTOB, oa irf- MJnill'Hfltt We Ship Everywhere Established 1S78. Shamrock Whisker, distilled in Kentucky from scientifically combi led rye, corn and barley, aged and stored In government bonded warehouse; abaoltttely pure, rich and mellow: for stcVnras or pleasure, none so (rood. No fusel oil, no blend, no compound, but absolutely pure. Ter gallon Shamrock Whiskey, Jugs or bottles. ...4.00 Jack Deem Whiskey, Jugs or bottles... 4.C0 McDrayer Whiskey, Juge or bottles... 5.50 Cedar Creek Whiskey, fugs or bottles.. J 00 Anderson Whiskey, lugs or bottles.,.. 3.50 J. B. T. Whiskey, Jugs or bottle 4.00 Kentucky Rose, in jugs only 2.23 Kentucky Vallev. In lutrs onlr .....3 CO Gin, imported and native, $J. S4, $5 and J4.00 Wines, Fort, Sherry, Ancellcn , 125, S1.S0 and 2.00 Brandy, all kinds (3, t, $5 and .t0 OLDEST MAIL ORDER HOUSE HERE Freight pai...

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

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER PHAX K V BliVTAQ Kdltor ana Publisher. 811 EDMOND STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN C5 Business or Editorial. TIUIMS or SUUSCIU1TIO.V Per Year $1 00 Advertising Hates on Application. Address All Communications to 1 HE OBSERVER 811 Edmond Et. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered at the PoBtofftco In Bt, Joseph, Missouri, as Second Clou Mall Matter. U MHl'KTV'S CVL'Sl! MUtOHING ON Tho pure white flower of nomoc racy lias reared Its head above the muck and reek of war ami watered by blood and tears will kop " Slow ing, Tor .ii Russia that land of dark ness and Ignorance the slumbering giant of Democracy v.oundeJ and stung Into a terrible awakening has tnken affairs In his own li'inds and organized a government that has dis placed tho autocratic despotism of the Little White Father and from thll da on will endeavor to give the pen plo of hat benighted country ut least a semblance of what thuy should ha o and enjoy. And In enlightened Oct...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

jp.rt-VVj -t- - " THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 Jv J V 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 was cleared as ho showed that the gun was empty, also wrapped In pa per whllo he was taking It through the city's streots. A woman In Topeka Tuesday rent a letter containing 20 cents to Clias. E. Foster, treasurer of the St, Joseph Street Hallway Co., saying that her conscience made her pay this money for four unpaid rides on the com pany's cars. Postmaster Ad kins, of Weston, was in the city Monday. Harlan Bohart, of Maltland, Mo., was a St. Joseph visitor Tuesday. Postmaster Ferguson, of Burlington Junction, was a Wednesday visitor. Wra. Anderson, aged 28 years, and e. resident of LamonI, Iowa, Is un der arrest charged with floating bo gus checks. "A Best Girl Banquet" was given at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday night w...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 FARBER SEED CO. Clmcr. Tlmotliy nml irnlfu Socil Toxnn tttil kocl n.tm Swil Corn, Vow Vn mill Other l'lclil .Seed 729 South Fourth Street St. Joseph, Mo. Ned Turner Plastering and Repairing Kalsotnitiing and Spraying. 313 Felix Street Telephone Main 3485 HAY! HAY! WHY NOT Consign Your liny to T. F. GRACE Wliolo-nlo Dealer In Huj Phone Main UOll 73t So. Ith St. St. .Joseph, Mo, 150 MILLION NEAR FAMINE f$U EO HI MAN'S mm w-"ni" "!S 716 FRANCIS Qimlltj Kodak I'lnNli. Ins lerjtliiiiff for the KoilaKcr. W. B. HAZEN drainage engineer Tclcphono Connections Room 53 Conunerclnl nnlldlns Sixth und Edmoud 8t. Joseph, Mo. 5 and 6 MONEY TO LOAN ON TAltM AND CITY FROPERTY J. G. SCHNEIDER German-American Xnllonnl Bank AMERICAN MIRROR PLATE GLASS COMPANY Mirrors, Resllverlns, Windshields, nevolln, Grinding, rollHhod Edsets, Etc Glass for all purposes Tele phono Main 3007. 1613 Frederick Tuenuo, St Joseph, Mo. W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S TIio Onl ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

V -.jdSflf" .jeH W .Li.UL.iliH, lW.1'U."MllUWl-t. yf" 'mni-i 111 . iii ' , in. r THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 i w n .,. - ! OF INTEREST TO WOMEN linti't l'unlsh tlio Clilld. Bed-wottlng sometimes la a symp tom of defective organs In a child, nays Doctor Lcrrlgo. Usually a child has llttlo control over the urine dur ing Bleep until 2 or even 3 years old. Many children have trouble until E or 6. When the nllinenl persists to the ago of 11, It sunjset'ts some ser ious difficulty. In many cases the trouble seems duo to some malfor mation or Irritation of tho genital or gans. Girls mnv hao a hooded clit oris requiring attention, and an ex amination should be mil la In this case. Any local Irritant such as may be set up by pin works, for Instance, must bo remedies. Any possible ner vous strain must be removed; even the removal of adenoids has been known to cure If the urine Is high ly concentrated and acid and the child must bo encouraged to drink more water. Always e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 24 March 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917 NEWS FROM ALL OVER Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor There 'wero 107 births nnd 48 dciths reported In Divltss county for the three mouths indhiK Dec Jl. 1916. Here's the first one of the season: Scott county fishermen hae captured nn alligator war ovir seven fet lone, weighing 142 pounds At Adrian, Dr. P. Hall, who ran awa and enlisted In the federal army ut the age of 14, has Just cele brated his 70th birthday. While his companion went for help, wolvei attacked, kllltd nnd partlv nte a wood chopper pinned under a fallen tree In western Butler county The Northwest Missouri Inter-High School Absoclatlon announces that the annual litcrar contest and track meet will be held In Marjvllle, April 27-28. "If there was a' death In the family do jou leckon ou could find the family Bible on our first hunt?" asks Sport's Cousin In the A...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 31 March 1917

The St. Joseph Observer. VOLUME X. S ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1917 NUMBER 26. & COMING WEEK TO SHAPE COURSE OF FUTURE HISTORY It Will Determine Whether the United States Will Engage in Actual Active Hostilities And President Wilson, the Great American, is the One Who Shall Decide the Question The coming wee? will bo a tensa one for the people of the United States for It will be fraught with portent for weal or woe mid the derision practically rests with one man and ho Is for America and Am erlcans first, last, and all of the time. Why the week will be prolific of events of vast import 1b due o the fact that the special session of Con gress a special session within a spe cial session has been called by Pres ident Wilson at which session he will THE MAN WHO deliver to the Joint assembly a mes sage which will have to do with the future welfare of the whole United States for what he will say to Con gress will decide whether the United States will actually and actively en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 31 March 1917

iwwtfw''Wiw'WiWfiiwfflVwtjwwrwwTWi..' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1917 One liSllOll rr 66 1 c. o menu ll a full gallon of genuine, old fashioned Govern- HK'Ilt 'Jvsll'll Wllitkl') Good Old Settler Distilled Under Got eminent Super Ision. Absolutely Free! Wo ttimt to ndd jour imiiio to our tlinusnnds of customers. If jou lire (iiiitliii'iMl llmt GtlClII OLD SETTLER Is n regular $5.00 n Ktillnu whM.ey, Jim ttlll nine. lo glnd to hcnd $5.00 for TWO FUM M.ONS, won't im? Is lliero uny Octlcr tiny of convincing you than liy M-iidlnu sou n full trial pillion, absolutely freo? That's Just tvlutt e are roIiik to do. READ THIS We nro colng to ninko jou a present of ono full gnHon of GOOD OLD hiriTLEIl WHISKEY. On tills trial order, instead or sen ell Off tin $10.00 fur two full gallons, send iw only S.VOO, nnd tvo will wild )on tun full callous of tills fine old whiskey Aid; EXPRESS CHAIUSES I'M I). I'or Tlireo 11111 Gallons, send only $7.50. Wo pay tlio express. OLD SETTLER ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 31 March 1917

-),- -,- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1917 r r We Are Facing a Problem The High Cost of Kilowatts The Cost and Price of Kilowatts Are Two Different Thing3 Wc do not expect to increase the price of electrical energy to you, but the cost of making anil delivering the kilowatts is worrying us more than a little. Every item in our expense books has advanced sharply. In some cases the increase amounts to several hundred per cent. Our cost of living problem is not unusual. Every other industry has to meet it also. Most of the others can pass the additional expense along to the consumer by increasing the selling price of the product. We do not., You know something about this coat of living problem. Perhaps you have ob tained an increase in your income which will help you to solve it. If you arc working for the same salary, or less than you were before commodity prices soared, you un derstand our situation still better, because you are in the same class with its. It is only ...

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