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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 13 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER til II 111 t ! -I eveiy countri. 1 ion .luin. j'l.cs fji its fu.l sliars. It Is n ne'f evident fact o . tlio lint In order tu bring about stability Ratliod, dressed and Nobody in hit right mind, lion ever. In this cou intry wo must produce more whulesonio btcukfaM, as usual. Took that Is being dono by mir loss, not necessarily less a train In New York and when his Rcpubllncn hireling. V II A N K F It K Y T A U Itdltor mill Publisher, believe that labor an a whole In any .and cjnsum -.civilised country will be wntlsfied to 'food or clothing although many of us groat department store opened Us sll KDMOND STKKET. return to the v lomle oomlltton-i .could do so vvuli good icaults, but we uuora lu, ousinesa in Philadelphia he as ubu.it. nnd the hearty accord with hit Ideas good shown, give tho lie to the dirty woik this sohemlng XL'LKPHONU Huslnem or Editorial. trrms or HunscitnuioK Per Year I1.0B ArivvrlMnit It...

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. — 13 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 J i i. ls f r .V t k rSVi m I vs LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Parugraphii Vhich Tell of the Happenings of, icol Moment in Greater St. Joseph amount U raised tlio Methodist IJprv copal church will add $200,000 to the fund John Albus and other Republicans wero busy Thursday atrnnglng 'or tho Johnson mooting here Sunday. Anything Which Has Oc-rred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns Hutnnno Otflcer Zlemcndorff will prosecute all persons who put out poison, Uiua destroying pot animals. Sam Itotchklm has been, awarded the contract for remodeling the Ilax Furniture store, at a. coHt of $25,000, a railroad train Sunday while she was tn rouro homo from a visit here. Jnmci C. Cain, who wan tho first head of the state Tree Ihnployment Bureau, now city electrical Inspector of Portland, Oregon, Is In the city. REV. A. J. GRAHAM, C. S. DELIVERS A LECTURE (Continued from Pjg- I ) FIRvr OF t T Wllllum Hurst, Chariot Rob...

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. — 13 September 1919

(No 32'lGi) OUD1.U ol' PI 11.11 IU) In tlto Cnui.t Court of llui'li.in.vn Countv, Missouri, to Ui Ovtouei, 119 term Thomas M. Yooutn and Anna Yo- luni, . Plaintiffs vs. Itufuril 11 Alice. Henjimln Curncs, 1 luntlemy Day, alentlne ly. H-ml.-rxon Linville, tljron Lnvlllc, Helve ml Day, Pleas mt Diy, ami 1-1-f lyette Tylir und the unknown on emii heirs, elcvis i i, donees, alien ees immcdtit'e, nnsie or rtmne, voluntary or lnvolunt ir (trainees of linTonl II Allee, U njamln dir ties l'auntleroy Day, alentinc Uiy, Hi mlpronn Lttivll'e. Ityron Linville, I .lunrtl Day, Pleasant liny and I i'yettf Tyler . . . t lcnd-tnts Viw on thin 20ih day of Auiiust, I'M 'J i om u the plaintiffs, by tt-i-ir ,t "I n s and it appearing to tho sat Istu non of th tiirk of the above ii.imi.1 court in v iiitlmi, by alienation i pi untiffs petition that the defend nm llufnrd 11 Allee lleuj.imln Car inn 1 iun!li'rii Day, Valentine Day, H nlirsnn LlmlUe. llyron Linville, 1 t .ill lav, Pleasant Uty ntul La f. .ii...

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. — 13 September 1919

; ... THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 l. h I &- ; -ij elf J , : "? . i K fl (No. 18658.) OIWKK or PUBLICATION In tlio Circuit Court. May Term, 1117. Slate of Missouri, County of Bu chanan, S3. Hesse Building Material Company, a corporation Plaintiff, vs. Morris V Hall and Mrs. Morris V. Hall, his wife, and Skilbred Con struction Company, a corporation, Defendants. Now nt tnli day comes the plaintiff by his attorney, and it appears to the satisfaction of tho court that defend ants Morris V. Hall and Mrs Morris V. Hall aro non-residents of the State of Missouri, or have absented them nelves from their usual place of abode in this State so that the ordinary pro cess of law cannot bo served upon them, and it further appearing to tho Court that the Sheriff of lluchnnan County received a petition and sum mom In this cat,o for the nboe named defendants, nml he made his return into court that after making dill vent search he was unable to find the with in named def...

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. — 13 September 1919

W WMfl I 'HI" Pit. HMJpi roE.!? rf turn MIL Utful SR.'Pt'sril RAYS ?& tfbRnirs fntr"estinz Harjcrintrs U1W'. C&UJAjt II82jl.U.jo la the Greatest State m the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pan and ft Very Litlle Actual Labo? MlltlR to 111.' WlBl I't'llll' .1 llir - i now bank lust pi'g.miytd lit Spring', Htc.n. ii.iin.v 1 v.iv in named Thp Shej.hpr.l oi the t'.mk. V' i.-iway count) ec-honls will re- U'7,m.r,o fnim tl', state this ..ccordlns to the inoorlioiiment I b the state uuditor at Jef - - i City. i n i meeting of the eltien of mi hi, held Hat unlay, deddad to ' j liomecomiiitt celphratlon and iic there September 24, 3S and Tii. barbe. up mil be held on the i ., .). i n- .ii counts people will be i ..pon this yr to contribute, . hi t. st to the muport of the Hunt), township, achool and N The total valuation upon ivni, h this assessment Is lei led ii. outs to $2.t 3I.5G. i.unipr living in Boone count) ii hue mowing weeds one day last WPPlv tan the mower over Ills ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 September 1919

Joseph LW r VOLUME XIII. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 NUMBER 3. v-N t k i f 1 1 linRFS b la Neither Did They Spare the or Its But Raped the Court House .Lawn Under the Spicious Pre text of Doing Something "Artistic" When the old Buchanan county court house burned cnrly one morn ing In 1885 the trees which adorned the court ard were destrojed by tho fierceness of the flames. These trees were the pride of the people ot St. Joseph and for that matter of the county, and one of the first things that the county court did was to or-; Her other trees planted tn the jard to take the place of those destroyed. The Judges did not ccn wait until a new court house was ordered, but let tho contract for the trees first then they built a temple ofJust!co later and It still stands. So much for what tho people of tho city at that time thought of trees as an ornament as well as a protection and now as to something else. When Judge Thomas B. Allen walked up tho Sixth street side of tho ...

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. — 20 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 -E (No. 32967) oi.nr.u or i'I'hi.icvtiov In the Circuit Court of lluchannn Count! , MistHjuri, to the October, 191S term Thomas M. Vocum find Anna Yo- cum Plaintiff vs. lSuford 11 Allee, Benjamin Curnex. Pauntleroy Day, Vilentlne Dn, Tl.-ndprson Llnviile, Byron Llnville. lMWnrd Pay, Pleasant Da, nnd Ia Ia.rtte Tler, and the unknown con st 1 1, heirs, devisee, donee", ulien peiV immediate, meane or remote, volttntwry or involuntary RrintccH of Uuford B. Allee, Benjatnln Car He's, Fauntliroy Day, Valentine lia, tletiilenmn Idnvtlle, Byron Llnllle, tiilward Day, Pleamnt Way nnd I.ifajftte Tler .Defendants Ni w, on thin 20th day of August, 191. troine the plaintiffs, by tlielr ht tornevx, and It appearing to the sat isfaction of the Clerk of the abne named court in vacation, by allegation In plaintiff's petition, that the defend iints Buford B Allee, Benjamin Cir Hci. Fauntleroy Da, alentlne Piy, ilendervon I.lmtlle, Bron Llnilli JOd...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 ? RIGHT PRICES ON Wall Paper Wc mike n special prlco to j vnc i nrmer Jincie and wo atn you to Blo us a call while In the city. Wo hnvo Rood, cheap papers, and a nlco lino of medium pi pers that will appeal to you O.A.PASH 820 Frederick Ave. For Skilled Honest Treatment f After Other Doctors Fail Commit DR. S. D. FRANCIS T2f) Fella Bt., St. Joseph, Mo. Expert tn tha Treatment of all Chronic, Net-voui, Blood. Skin and Pelvto Dlse&Ma of Men and Women. I civ ft 110 examina tion Free. "606 and 914" Administered Intravenously for Blood Disorders CmtONIO DISEASES I treat successfully Catarrh, Arsthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Can. cer. Growths, Tumors, Enlarged Glands, Pimples, Epilepsy, Bt. Vitus" Dance, Palsy, Dyspepsia, Lumbago, Bclatiea, Neuritis, Paralysis, Deafness, Ooltre. Rheumatism. Dropsy, OaJl fitorws, Varicocele, Stricture, Hydrocele, Ruptura, Prostrate Gland, Bladder and Kidney Troubles:, Female Weakness, Plies, Fistul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 September 1919

MtfMMafrriMlim THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 THE ST. ilOSEPll OBSERVER 1' It A .N K. T K 15 V T A U Uktllur null Publisher. Ml BDMOND 6TRI5KT. TI5LKPHON1S MAIN Business or ISditorlal. 35 TKK.MS OI SUltSCRlPHON Per Year 1.00 Advertising Rotes on Aiiillcatlon. Addross All Communications to TItii OBS15RVHR til nCmulHl St. St. Joseph, Mo. Untcted at the l'ototfleo in St. Joseph, Missouri, a Second Clans Mali Matter. Rlil'l'lU.ICAN APPKAIife I'AII, "IX) MOVK Within the past few weeks eerj' leading Republican In St Jiwnpli and nil ovet till It-rrilnty has received a letter from one Carl W Heddick of Washington asking "him to support the "National Republican Weekly" financially and the Republican or ganlalion both finnnclally and other ulo principally financially. Many responded with "tho dough" but home of thuso who arc truly ua triotle ( ok no stock in the proposi tion of wiiii li in primarily to em barrass Prfslilettt Wilson and re fused to contribute. One of the...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 L .... 3 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Monicnt in Greater St. Joseph tended the Missouri Valley Mtdlcat Society meeting In Dm Motnes this week. Mich., where they visited rela tives. The trip with tho exception of forty miles, was made In. tholr motor r notorial Revlow and I'lctorlal Patterns for October now on sale at the Pattern Counter. FIRST OF ALL RELIABILITY Our Fahrlo Si-'Ions am tc tuinsc with n i t t. c, y silk" wiol' ns mul roitoni tni'titiorird by li( t ii Ul It.-- view Patterns mil l'llMk.Ltloml. cur. Tho Beauraves Co. has closed a contract with the city to furnish a flro motor truck for South St. Joseph, tho It cost Charlos Mtissr-r of Oreen Valley $12 In pollco court Thursday truck to ho paid for by South St. Jos for driving a motor far while soused. eph Industries. Mary A. Williams', public admlnis- Phil Welch gavo bond before Com missioner Duncan Tuesday In Inn s...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 20 September 1919

KAiWRLi, " JKS . - SESSION ACTS RECEIVED HIE COLORED MAN AND THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 i upmw I ii w'"J' "- n " !! a.., M Hum it'ww-wwmuBww wwm t oitDLii or 1'cnucvuoN (Continued from "age 1 ) Copliot or llir New Inii IVII of the Mnti Laws Xililcil Tor People's (tiUl.uicv. or fnlr-plav ami frilim ami other- Thr rcil-ed utituto-. of Missouri wiR(t b(. ,,,,,,,, lo ocrJ fumlame. wl.i.h contiln the oli mwd b the tn, ,,Plm.Ipte hpU1 ,ligi. ,,,, llcur Hm, lat legislature, were received by the Votl. 1c rcmiblll.an tu.k(,t mit of ccamv officials at the court house, cnnBrm duc to thr overthrow In Ilur nnd l.y most of the attorney of St. pi, wiUl Amcrlra M,i of military Joseph this week. There are so many autocriu.y. Thcn u,cre Is the belief new livvs that tf the average elttien!or Cl,rtnln jeslimlnK jmlltlenl "bop" keep them in. 1.1. mind. lie will be8tate ,caJers thnt Ulc cicrlsro rnce d.z. two thirds of hi time. Among , of ,wo monlhg n(.0 lncrea(,pd tht. negro p...

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 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 a W vsir a - V I Post Office Fixtures Are Made in St. Joseph, Mo. Send us your plan and let us quote you our price l MteMi r-"-T T - JIJiBWI-1 wil1 1 HB telIus Bell the J K II wat boxes J i s need desired 1 ' '", 1 1 rest The Fixture Makers KEISTER LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE The best school of Its kind In tha West, where you are taught to cut, (It and make your own clothes. Full Course -... . . .. . $30.00 40 dajs' Sew Ins Course 20.00 10 days' Sewing Courso 7.50 THE MISSES QUANEY, Teachers Moos Illdg., Eighth and Edmond Streets. Room 6. THE FIRST NATIONAL THE Condensed Statement of tho Condition of The First National Bank St. Joseph, Mo. At the Close of Business, Sept. 12, 1019. resources Loans and Discounts $ 4,577,141.07 Fedeial Itcscno Dank Stock 24,000.00 United States and other Iioiids 1,507,133.50 Customers Liability under Letters 182,274.83 Redemption mind 18,725.00 Interest, Karned, Uncollected 21,779.03 Banking House 153...

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 September 1919

i -j tJ,.nn. fTH,J? iW -fW THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919 T Ttfl UUI M.VIJ11.J. 2.ixs ' "laaijiMiivaiir -'" sWMiiirwwmjmgMraaM NEWS FROM ALL 01H pruiucm .aiL1!1'!, I'H'iiLiyamiiB tu Ills house. Io Is now expecting tho ownen to call for tlio enr nml lie will leech e tlicin with open nrnn. bitere&ting Happenings Which Have Taken Place hz the Greatest State lis the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and ft Very Little Actual Labor Ijt week Dalltis county votcMl $100,000 bonds to take up the indebt cdtipss thru whs contrnctcd jenrs nno to build railroads tlmt vvero never built. It fccmi llko a big price to P ly for something that the county ncer sot, nnd It Is a big price, but It Ik the least possible that the peoplo of the county enn set by with, ns those that hold the old bonds will accept no le-w. to Missouri, lie says that Hicks Is ome CO )cars old nt thi time, and that he has a wife and fhc children lhlnff. The family loft Hickory coun ty some tim...

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 September 1919

""'u ijl i I.i WWW Joseph &mJ JL VOLUME XIII. ST. jOSIiPII, MO., SATURD VY.SKPI EMBER 27, 1919 NU. T 4. TH BEE "E.'S" THE LA ST MAN IN THE RUNN NG His Chances for the Nomination for An Empty Honor Were Suddenly Snuffed Out Baker Has the Inside Track, O'Fallon Stands Sec ond and McJimsey a Poor Third A HAPPY OCCASION Sir. niul Sirs. O. M. Ilolil Celebrate lie I'lftJctli Anniversary of Tin lr Weilillng. CANCELLED HIS TRIP JHFFKRSON CITY, Mo, Sept. 23. (Correspondence.) Tho wild rcramblc of Republicans for the hope loss honor of becoming the pirty nominee for governor, a contest to be decided by "gop" voters of the state at the pilmmy of next August, Is to get In touch with some of the sup porters of State Auditor George 12. Hockmaun, foimerly of Warrenlon but now of Jefferson City, to estab lish how strong his following was and what his chances of election were In case he was given the party nomlna tlon. The Investigation did not prove rifty jears ago last Monday at Palmjra, Mo., ...

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. — 27 September 1919

rA THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913 (No. 3067) OIIDKU OI' rUHI.lCATlON' In the Ctrt ult Court of lluchanan County, Missouri, to the CKlnucr, 1919 term Thnmaa M. Yorum anil Anna Yo- cum l-Ulntlffs s. Iluford 11. Alleo, llenjamln Carnps, K.umtlcroy Day, Valentine Day, U. mlf-rnon Linvlllo, l?roii Mnvlllc, IM ird Day, I'leaennt D.iy. anil La in, .tie Tyler, anil Uip unknown con sults, heir, deviwei, donee, alien- pis, Immediate, mrane or rcnioto, ultintary or Involuntary grantees of Iturord H. Allee, Uenjamln Car no. Kauntlt-rojr Diy, Valentine Da, IKiiilernn Linville. llyron Limine, IMnanl Duy. l'leaeant Day and L..U i)cltc Tkr Defendants Now, on thin 20th day of August, 1919, romo the plalntllfs. by their ht ton.rB, and It appearing to the. wit Isfm 1'uti of the Clerk of the auoo n ino d court In vacation, by alienation in plaintiff's petition, that the defend nub., Uulord 11 Allee, lleniamtn Car noi Tuuntleroy Day, Valentine D.iy, 1ltmUiHon Llnville, Byron Iaiml...

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 September 1919

I &&&X223r "rcrr- vcrr-i 1 S - THE ST. JOSEPH OBSOTJ-I?, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 1 J -, RIGHT PRICES ON li Paper Wo mnlto a in i il price to !!: mo iartmr Train I'tnl nK you to site us u call while In tho city. Wo have pood, cheap papers, and a nlco line of medium pa pers that will appeal to you. 820 Frederick Ato. For Skilled Honest Treatment After Other Doctors Fail Consult DR. S. D. FRANCIS 720 I'ollx St., St. .Toflcph, Mo. Expert In the Treatment of nil Chronic, Nervous, IJlood, Skin and Pelvic Diseases of Men and Women. I tlvo 10 examina tion Fro. U and 914" Administered IntmTvnou1jr for lilixxl Dl-ortleru CITltOXIG DIKKASR3 I treat successfully Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Can cer, Growth", Tumnra, enlarged Glands, Pimples, Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance, Paliy, Dspep,la, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neurltlo, Paralysis, Deafness, Goitre, Rheumatlim, Dropsy, Gall Etoncs, Varlcocolc, Strlcturo, Hydrocele. Itupturo, Prostrate Gland, Rlailder and Kidney Troubles. ...

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. — 27 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, I9H a i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER r n a n k r n i: vtao Kdltor and Publisher. Sll UDMOND STRUCT. TELEPHONE MAIN Business or Editorial. 65 terms or SUBSCRIPTION I'tr Year $LO0 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to THIS OBSERVER til EC-nund St. St. Joseph, Mo. Enteted at the Joseph, Missouri. Mall Matter. Postoffice in St. a Second Class joaii's sword in willing HANDS Presumably mwt people read tho Scripture although In these hurly burlj stronuous davs many people do not follow its injunctions jet tho spirit of men In high places In this country who are opposing the League of Nations among tho people to cre ato prejudice against it at home and plant distrust of America abroad, by pretending to support it ' with amendment and rcsorvsitlonr' in tho Senate, cannot but remind thoso who have read Holy Writ of this sad scent- nd Joab nald to Amasrt, 'art thou in lualth. my brother' And Joab took Amnsn by the beard with...

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. — 27 September 1919

VaUi MBiMWHW ' I"IWWW.WWI-W.IMHIl-i ' l'i ..' 1 1 ..if jai-iWB8- W THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 MaHMKMMP1l ) LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST - , s.. Paragraph Vhich 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 Heating Co. without asking for Lids. Tlio court told him that it advertised last spring. William Wilson, superintendent of the county form, is seriously 111 ns tho result of a motor car collision sone tlmo ago. Deputy Sheriff Helser will go to California In November to bring back M. II. Davte, a negro who Is now serving a prison sentence, and who la wanted hero for forgery. II, ney, B. Ilrldgman, the Oregon attor waa a Monday visitor. dcorge B. Baker, tho well known Maryvlllo bankor, was in tho city Monday on legal business. The rains of tho past few days has put the country In the best posslblo condition. For anything in the real estate line, see or w...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 September 1919

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 A WISE AND POPULAR ' DEMOCRATIC MEASURE (Continued from I'age I) n i u tin ir pii-m ll n ml other ii.ii belonging!! art exempt from on for tin debt of the eii-npera I'ipor.itlon Antithvr advantage a i o-opcrativc buj nsj and selling luion of this character is that two, three or four stockholders vMiinn' a majority of the stock can at im time assume full control of Its iiims policies or operations. On "w feature such an association dlf t'i irom n eompanjtjreirulaily In c rm rates! in the state of Missouri. Til, nsw law specifically provides i" ii .in j where in Missouri any num b i i persons, not less than twelve, ii' i rivlleged to associate themselves t i. In r ns a to-opcratlve association, si i, i or exchange with the powers o I privileges of n. corporation to i dm t any agricultural or mercan- business and to manufacture on tho i M-operatlve plan. Im luded ar tin- lowers of bujliiK, selling, mXnu ! luring, storing, transporti...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 27 September 1919

wn r-'.ffn "7tr8T jF- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY,. SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. rt ' V .1 -! 1 Ife .u- I More Real Estate Snaps No. 98. 200 acre grain, fruit ami stock farm near Amazonia. Two sets of improvements with good houses, harus and outbuildings, high woven wire fence, 25 acres pasture, balance in orchard and cultivation. 40 acres alfalfa, 35 hog tight. Offered for 30 davs for $130.00 No. 99. 200 acres 1J4 miles cast of Con verse, Ginton county $130.00 No. 101. 100 acres well improved, near Sa vannah, well cared for, fertilized. .$200.00 No.. 103. 220 acre? 4 miles N. E. of Savan nah, rich, fertile, cheap $175.00 No. 101. 78 acres 7 miles N. W. of Savan nah, good without improvements... $125.00 No. 10(5. 37 acres 2li miles of Savannah, good land, poor improvements, chcap.$225.00 No. 107. 40 acres 5 miles north of Savan nah, fairly improved $200.00 No. 108. 215 acres high bottom, no over flow, near Forest City. Fair improvements, all in cultivation but 6 or 8 acres in pasture, ...

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