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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL It, lBIt
ityvwt frw,-ai- 1 RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper "We make a special price to the Fanner Trade nnd we nsk )ou to glvo us .1 call whilo In the city. We hao Kor.l i heap papers, ami a nice line of medium pa pers that will appeal to jou. O.A.PASH 826 lYrcloriok Arc. For Skilled Honest Treatment ft After Other Doctors Fail Consult DR. S. D. FRANCIS i:Q Felix St., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert In the Treatment of all Chronic. Net sub. Dlood Bkln and Pelvic Diseases of Men and Women. I give s 10 Examina tion Fro. "606 and 914" Administered IntnnenouMy for Dlood Disorders CHRONIO DISEASES I treat meeessfully Catarrh Asthma, Bronchitis Consumption Can cer Growths, Tunor3, Enlarged Glands, Pimples Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance, Pa's), Dvspepsla, Lumbago. Bclat'ea, NeurlUa, Farnlyils Deafness, Qoltre, Rheumatism Dropsy, Gall Stones, Varicocele, Stricture, Hydrocele Rupture Trostrite CHnd Illadder and Kidney Troubles remtl) Weakness, ril-i, Flatula und Rectal Af fllctlons T emplny In my practice all the latest PerJins, Vacctrioa, Antitoxins IlaCerlns "itravtn ous rpei'lflr Remedies and the latest and bet appliances for the sreed) cure of stubborn dls a e noNT'ST Till VTMENT Yo'l p ty for results o: o No fqtso hopes or promise, but perman ent lis tine rures Consultation ntnl Ttamlnatlon Vrrv. Ml Ocvllngi Cinridentlal, Hmu-f 0 a. m to 8 p m Stia di.js ID In I Phono Main 2.(7, Come Jc'r the crorJ of grateful patients who ir fli-'r.g to my treatmwrt ro n s Uai,. Invest for Ucod Haalth. TIME TO PAINT VAN I.I ItHN' IIoirp Pi'nts, J2 50 a gollnn Red Itnrn l-ilnt $1 :r peril gallon Rubberoid Rjofifg, il 00 to j 2 If per square 1 1 J. M. COBB HARDWARE CO. 5013 '-t Jn-rh Aifni t RALPH PARLAND inniTONn Tc her of Singing Voice I'laclng, Coriect Ilie.ithl'ig htuulo: .11 Comnicril.il Itlilg. I'hone M.'.ln 4128 W. B. HAZEN nilUNAfiE HNGINncn Tclephono Connections nonm A3 Commercial llulldlng K' .: and Kdmcnd St. Joseph, Mo. 5 and 6 WONET TO LOAN ON IAIIM AND CITY nilOPintTY J. G. SCHNEIDER Anerlcn National Bank Choice Cut Flowers FOR AXL OCCASIONS Sluppy Floral Co. Blxth n4 Francis StreaU Phones ttO and SJ1 HASTY MCSSIVGlTIt CO. BAOOAOE. LIGHT IIAULINa MESSENOnnS TELETHON!! MIN MSB NINn EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY Farms, Clt) Fropertv, Merchandise Blocks for Sale and Exchange. EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES ON FARMS LEIGH REALTY CO. S02 Schneider HI df. Phone Main 79 NOTICE! J. W. BATCHELER Gunsmith, Safe and. Lock Expert NOW WITH W U." KENNEDY . 411 Frllx Ktrcct Phone 14 vhr is Distributors for OAKLAM0 ira A3KS Arotorndbiiltes and AVERY Fairmm MacMmieiry inter-Sfate Auto Co. FRED LANCLEY, Mgr. 8th and Sylvanie St. Joseph, Mo. ssBBHuiusjaK'Ksj)Bi flHbsKaHEaflKGBi fllliMMiMiirrmiiimiiiniMmrnmiit.mnmm ..i. rr .ill I .1 'ti 1 1 I I i I in . I I i i I i ti i I i :i ' r i i . I u u i ! I . i im i II I u 3 E 1 IrTrTlvtlr 1 1. I I 11 II II II ? tC 1 H ?Z i K7Z Vn lnrl VP51 TOv T? f ICArMbKlA m. OITN DAIIA XCFPT SI NDYS, FROM 11 A M UNTIL 7.30 P. M. Highest Quality of Food Homelike Cozy Surroundings S5 Perfect Service and sanitation Moderate f rices g g 'When in the iity lunch and dine with us. lf j A. W. Rettig Grocery & Cafeteria Co. El- Sucresor to P S. Allen CSroccrj Co. H5 tx-rntli mid nimond 1'lione Main 2200 Fine Harness mide especially for Farmers and Stockmen sent direct to you by txpress pjret 1 popt or freight Send foi freo illustrated cataloir full of fine values in Harness Saddles and Atcesnrlis This Interesting catalog is uurs for the asking r. iiwi: no At.iais, wi: sr.i.i, dihkot to vor t nsv hMVl.Ii I'UOriT, SIMM! IOC '1111'. MIDDMZMAN'S I'HOI'ITS. All of our harr.3 nnd workmanship is guaranteed, and voti will find our pilees r if.li t As to our icllabilit), wo refer ou to any bank or bunker in fct Joseph JAMES LUNDON Mjnuf.U'tiin-r of I Uht nml Hcnvj llnnipss. l-ct a l'ull I.lne of Ijip Holies Vel, lllaiikcts tollirs Whips I.'lo. i'iiom: ufiit 220 soi tii roritTii sTiti:irr st. josi:ih, 3to. mm rueiimg intfactlri:hs or High-Grade Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Seltzer Water and Tripure Distilled Water We Sterilize All ST. JOSEPH, MO. V. A. JOHNSON tintcnKT Tvir.on A Fine Stock of Goods for yoitr selec tions Rciatonablo Price. First cla&e workmanship guaranteed Repalrlnr and prasalng department In connec tion Phone Mtln 285SJ SIC Felix Street St. .Tniepli, Mo ' THE Hesse Building Material Co. AxenU for Sunflower Portland Cement also Driirjaw nr coajj. Ptiono Slain 101T St. Joseph Transfer Co. j PONY EXPRESS STORAGE PACKING HAULING Store Fixtures, Safe, Desks xu rTjLEPrroNEa t & Tblrd and Quutat. W. N. LINN ATTORNEY AT LAW Abstmeu Exammed, Titles Perfected and Probata Practice Specialty Also Collections. I1-2T-1I DonntU Court Bid;. , Jrtioa Mln 101. m. Joaaph, Ua. FLEEMAN-McNEILL ! Funeral Home '" SICK Ambulance Bcnloe 1208 Francis Street l'TSne M81 WE handle these famous lines because , w c believe them the best. We are well prepared to do all kinds of automobile repairing; best lathe work in the city. All work is backed by our guarantee. Wo rmplo) tlio let iihh Imnlcs mid can ilu jour work In the right wiij. Wo make n sio rlnlt) of pulling l curs. Moniire (.olhitoil. t)nr Kiimgc Is Nniliotl with sprinkler hjstcin for fire protection, nml Is vtcani lio.itcd. TTTTT i. U III 1 1 Hi IE pI'l a m and Saddles Empty Bottles PHONE 80 M. ECULUMNN "OLD JELI.J1LE., For Team Id St. Joseph. Rectal and Clironlo Dlscaces. Illes, Fistula and Fissure, WUl Guarantee any CurabU Chronic Cute. Try your Family Dootor nntfl you are ntlsfled h cannot cure you then I will take your cut, cure or no pay. Tills applies only to Clu-onla Diseases. Office and Ranltarlom. HOT FHICDERICK AVENUE W HEN YOU EAT Go To SPELLMAN'S The Only Restaurant on Fells 0tret Our Terms Are Cash I Therefor, we cn save you money. Call and see u when you are fn need (J Hardware, Paint, Oils, stores end Furniture. At Deppen &, Son Phone JSMj HSo Frederick Ave. B Sons NEWS IROM ALL OVER I IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Token Place In the'Greateat State in the Union The Product af the Scissors, the Pen and a Vary Little Actual Labor The Marjvllle Chautauqua will be held this year from Aigiit 4 to 10. The .Toplln Globe diflius Holshcvlkl us people who, haMiiK nothing, are willing to go fifty-rift) with evtr)bod) else The Sedalla Cujilt.il i-ajs It found one latu market repot t capei Ullj nc- 'curate It waa the one tint mid' - KKs unsteady; onlnns MroiiK." "A man has Just paid back pome inonn he borrowed 40 jears ago," isimu'CR the Ashland Huk'c and mldh: 1 "Hut thl 1h not printed to hurry no- bod ' We'd like to see the liralnliHi fcl- low who created tin wotds 'oveihead evpenbe,' " snorts the HlKglnllle Jef feronlan "Kverj expeiiFe we have hits iim in the neck." The Jefferson Clt Democrat-Tribune sums It up this wav "It hat come to the point where n bod has to earn twite as much as he Is worth In order to get half enough to live on." The county court this wick ap pointed Capt C. II (Iraves to fill the unexplied term of Justlte of the peaco of this township, caused bj the death of lqu!ie J. II. Steele. Mound Oltj Journal. A distance of more than five times around the world In figures 120.648 miles will have bnt n traveled b J C. Knsoi rural loute mail carrier upon route out out of Monroi Citv, b Jul) 31, 1U1D The Pestus Nefis sa)s that a team ran aw a) there one da) rtcently nnd followed the Krl-eil Hallway track to a high tiestle whlth the) thundered across without Injury to themselves or the wagon. ' The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Creason, a pioneer of l.hinfrMon county, was held In Chlllicothe Friday. Mrs Crea&on was S2 )earn old. She traced Y '. antestry back thtnugh a direct le to l'resldent Monroe. "Still speaking of foods," states the Creighton News, "Il has been deflated that corn Is an excellent substitute for meat If that Is the rae, thin wh) Isn't corn Juice but here we must halt ere we get Into the haired zone" "The soda fountains have opened," notes the lllgginsvllle Jeffersonlan, 'and a glanco at the price lists con vinces us that the old men who used to sa) 'sonny here's a nickel, run git ) out self a tody,' will have to do a lit tle better this year." The Missouri MUltar) Academy at Mexico Is to be presented with a sup ply of rapid fire and machine guns. some of which were used on the bat tle front In France. The guiiB are of the Drowning t)pe and will arrive In Mexico In a few days The Ralls Count) Record reports that J T. McCune, living near New London, has had plenty of cabbage all winter from a crop that Btayed In the garden, and was cut a head at a time as needed. Just as If It was sum mer. According to the Springfield Leader, the last sound heard b) Henry Car ney, a farmer who lives near Flat Creek, was the cannonading at the Rattle of Wilson Creek He was then a little boy and HI with splifsl menin gitis and has been stone deaf ever since. It was announced at a recent whist party In Paris that the prize was to be a surprise. Nor was this a mis take, for when Miss Emma Bucuner won It she was escorted to the front porch where she discovered the trophy to be an Angora goat. J. W. Miller brought In seventeen hens one day last week and exchanged thsra for a check for $39 48, or 28 cents a pound. Mr. Miller suggests that by the time those hens reach New York hotel dining rooms they will be ' rather high priced," Burl ington Junction Post. It setmua trifle unfair for the Crocker News to run the following r M A m.1. jl m.- Jutt at this time of the yean "H. V. Crooker, who lives at Cave Lodge, on the qaconau river, blOTghT Tv?8 sturgeons" To CfocKer the other day which he had caught In the river. One wilRhrd fortj -three pounds and the other fortj-elx. SturKeona arc not common In these wateis and many people In town had netr ecen one before." Kcjtesllie It Is reported may lose hei street ar lino. She enjoys the distinction of having the only horse drawn street cars In this country, Hlnce New York a jear or m ago rele Knted a short line In the middle of that ertat (It) to the scrap heap. "The suit.it harbinger of spring we I have seen jet," notes the Lawson He lew, "Is Jim itlppy, who has been to jtown without his felt boots on Yes, ho still weals his overcoat and has his cap ears down, but leaving his felt .boots off Is a sure sign winter Is over" Aetoiding to tlio Ilarnhart Items In the Jefferson Count) Record, faimers In that vlclnlt) have taken time by the forelock and foiestalled an Invas ion of tramps and beggars likely to occur In these peace times by hanging out signs reading "Woodchoppcrs wanted." Elder Jamei C Creel said yester day: "Twent)-flvc years ago April 20th I measured the snow In my jard, with a rule, and It was two feet deep." It was snowing Just a little bit yester day morning and that In all proba bility caused Hrother Cieel to take a little Journej Into hltor) Clinton County Democrat. Thirty-eight Angora goats out of a flock of fifty owned by Phil Tew ell, near Stoutsvllle, were killed by dogs Friday night. Five others were miss ing. This additional argument for a dog law In Missouri happened the day nfter the legislature defeated suuh a ltw b) four votes. THE .SOLDIER HOYS ARE COMING Home da) In th near future Kt Joseph Is going to be decided!) military- so much so that nothing that Is not militarist!! will count on that da), nnd that day will be when the famous ISOth Infantry will be Its guest on thilr return to Tun-ton to be muster ed out. Ma) or Wh'tsell has been as hintd 1) the authorities at Washlnc ton that this famous regiment will be touted via this city nnd Chairman O H Knight who will be In charge of their cnteitalnment will see to It that nothing Is left undone to make that day the greatest In St. Joseph's war history. DUCON HOIIYNS VISITS TirE CITY Among the welcome visitors to the city Wednesday was Deacon D. P. Dobyns of Oregon who for nearly a half centuty has presided over the destinies of the Holt County Bentlnel and with the help of Tom Curry has made it one of the leading papers of the state. The good Deacon came down to wrestle with his Income tax and of course we pitied him. EXECFTOR'ri NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Letters, Testamentat v. UDiin the estate of Linhn Inmnn. deceased. have hesn granted to the undersigned, by the Probate Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, bearing date of the 7th day of April, 1919 All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from date of said letters, or .they may he precluded from any ben efit of such estate; and If said claims 'be not cxhlbltod within one )ear from the date of the publication or this notice, they will be forever barred. A true copy Attest: FRANK INMAN, (Seal) Executor. II. C. Olrard, Clerk of Probate. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Letters, Testamentary, upon the estate of Jacob Rosenthal, deceased, have been panted to the undersigned, by the Probate Court of Buchanan County, Missouri, bearing date of the loth day of April, 1918. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within six months from date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any ben efit of suoh estate: and If said claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. A true copy. Attest: DORA ROSENTHAL, (Beal) Exeoutrlx. II. C. Glrard, Clerk of Probate. Thompson OONTnAOTINa PAINTEK Wall Paper, Punt and Glut N. W, CArnof "15th and Jule (jtret Streets I Hats Hats Hats i HUNDREDS OF CHARMING AND INEXPENSIVE HATS REPRESENTING Newest Creations for Easter A style and model adapted to everyone latest models tailored, trimmed or banded. Style effects for everyone those who like the extreme in style as well as for thoe who prefer more conservative models $3.98 to $35.00 WONDERFUL VALUES IN BLACK TRANSPARENT HATS $5.98 to $12.50 es ft Mtmbcr Retail Mer. 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