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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 16 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAQ 4 0ITOR AND PUBU8HKR r.OAHD OF TUADK BUILDINO SC lU'HONK MAIN Bualneta or KdltorlaJ Ml TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year U-OO Adrertlalna; lUtei on Application Addreaa All Conimunlcatlona to VIM OBSERVER, 8T. JOSEPH, UO. wintered at tha Foatofflca In St Joaapa, Mlaaourl, aa Second Claaa Mali Mattar. WHY CERTAINLY, COL. WOOD1 This paper is always glad to receive ... i it i i i.. i.i -- .euueaia, ,m ... . a.au juav . b.uu , UCCUIUIUUUiUU WUUU IUU ll'lJUt.-ai IS proper, as it is to receive thu request but here Is ono that is so unusual that we must beg to take it for the time being under advisement. This modest request comes from a party who designates himself as Henry A. Wise Wood and whoso hablv tat is New York. Col. Wood modestly, famIne Prlces w, ens"e- I can see asks this paper's aid "in restoring the no elimmer of an overture for peace, Republican party to power, with Col. but if overtures fdr...

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. — 16 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916 0. i j LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST PnttigrnpliH Which Tell of (he llnppontnitn of Iocnl Moment In Grontnr St. JohcjiIi. Anything Which linn Occuroil DeHorying of Locnl Notice Gnu ho Found in Tlieno CnlnmiiN, the Conser Laundry Co. for being runir- down by one of tho company nutoino-i biles. iim&cdliattWa(!C,6oi First of ah Reliability 3jWeattfyW'6x The salary police accounts and po-i lice court collection books aro being1 audited by Louis O. Schaefer, deputy1 city comptroller. -"Nvj How did you Uko that zero weather? Opal Cleaner Is tho Beat. Adv. Do your Christinas shopping NOW. Tho night school for nllens will open at tho Denton school Tuesday. Bill Boyd, of the Dearborn neighbor hood, was In tho city Wednesday. Umbrella Hospital, 811 Ed. St. Adv H. E. catcher. Hull Is now official dog E. M. Hansen, of the Brown Trans fer Co., has returned from St. Louis. Ust Opal Cleaner. Adv. 'St. Joseph has plenty of coal, no matter...

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. — 16 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916 PERFECT SANITY IS PERFECT UNDERSTANDING Written for the Christian Science Monitor Is is generally believed by those who profess Christianity, nml some times admitted by those who do not, that Christ Jesus was the wisest man who ever lived. Many of his con temporaries did not so regard him, for they blindly 1 ejected tho Science of being which he understood, taught, and practiced, and which gave him his unequaled spiritual and mental power. Christ Jesus was a perfect example for mankind, for he reflected more of the real man, the likeness of God, than any other has done, and he said, speak ing of the Christ, his spiritual self hood, that God alone was his Father. In striking contrast he pointed out that the seeming opposite of God, that is, evil, alias the devil or material sense, was the supposed originator of the mortal sinner, misnamed man These and similar statements were greeted with the vehement declaration from his opponents...

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. — 16 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916 S S" r NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI InlercHlinil IInticniH Which Ilnve Tnhrii Plnco in (ho GrcntcHl Sltilo In ilio Union. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor At thi Snvannah seventh annual corn show held Inst week, Whltesvillo people carried away almost every prlzo In the corn exhibits. A bungalow style calaboose has just been completed at Uurllngton Junc tion, and the Post says the exterior is attractive. Wolves have become so numerous and troublesome in Clay county, says a correspondent of the Liberty Ad vance, that a big wolf drive Is planned for the near future. An ordinance aimed at boys who persist in stealing rides on street cars was passed at Jefferson City the other night and a fine of from $1 to $25 Is provided for violation. Chilllcothe will make an effort to raise $100,000 and provide a campus in order to gain the removal of the Missouri Wesleyan College to that city from Cameron. ' C...

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. — 16 December 1916

- " cttumn Jrt tttH THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916 Rohwedder - Freymann Jewelry Company St. Joseph's Mosit Popular Jewelry Store Your Money Back if Not Satisfied "T, N ra In the purchase more than anything else, it is essential that one shall have confidence in the seller. The confidence that has been bestowed upon us by our fellow townsmen is our most prized possession. Much of it is due to the fact that we sell the famous W-W-W guaranteed rings high specimens of the jewelers art which are always restored to their original con dition if a setting becomes lost or cracked. $3.00 to Rohwedder-Freymann Jewelry Co. 707 FELIX Two TROY, KANSAS HOW THE REPUBLICANS TRIED TO STEAL THE STATE (Continued from Page One) Imported Into Missouri, on election day, across the Mississippi river from the State of Illinois into almost every county from 20 to 175 negroes who were taken to the polls to vote. The same thing was done across the Ar kansas border into the counties in the...

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. — 23 December 1916

irrr --ggiriw nwjrywni WWfuMWH itinr jms: r-- JM 4'r- 1 The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 NUMBER 12 1 v. V 1 Jf T" ij VtvJStff' I FUTILITY OF FURTHER WAR OUTLINED IN NOTES TO ALL The President Urges an End to Conflict Before Neutrals Break Restraints. A Great Note by a Great President on a Great Subject at a Great Time MONROE CLUB DONATES Directors and Members Make Good Fellows of Themselves and Help In Municipal Christmas Tree THE GARDNER WAY That Is the Proper Way to Save Ex- pense by Lopping Off the Incidentals :P" 'President Wilson, who Is now rntd as one of the greatest presidents the country over knew, has agaia begun the making ot history, and he has done so without any fanfare or flourish of trumpets by asking the powers to mako peace while tl is yet possible, and no intimation of any kind was glvfcfi out Wednesday night of the hisiory-makiag events that probably preceded the president's decision. Without actually proposing p...

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. — 23 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 ymffM"a"B"1"" iLmMmJKLm&tMLMLjMmJBmJmmJUmUmJ&mMMmMLaMmmmUaMLmMLjLm HOLIDAY BARGAINS - nmrinri-n-n nrir annu MMBWBMMBMWWWWWWWW wwww WMBMBMB BBWWBWMBBBmII a v S&r .V Read and Smoke With J. BERGER The Cut Dime Cigar Store and News Stand Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco Big Line of Christmas Cigars and Pipes We are Specializing on Christmas and New Year's Cards 509 EDMOND STREET Will Move About January 20th, One Door East 511 Edmond Street STAEDTLER'S "The Bread Worth While" F. J. STAEDTLER Corner Eleventh and Penn Telephone, Main 724 Give Your Girl a box of CHASE'S Fine Chocolates for Christmas USE Blue Valley Butter Most Popular Because Most Satisfying Made from Pure Pas teurized Cream Packed in 1 lb.. X lb., and li lb. Cartons ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT For Your Christmas Dinner Order Western Dairy's Delicious Ice Cream, Ices and Brick Ice Cream Candy Specials From Now Until Christmas CHOCOLATE BON BONS Regular 50c sellers, now...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 23 December 1916

'afca".,di. THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 -.. '"tfmi - r L ij -"m- LEGAL NOTICES ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice 1h hereby clvcn that l.nttem of i AilinliilKtrntlon, upon Iho estutu of i:ilzn- Court, to bo bpRiin nml htM nt the Court beth Hnuiner, ilecenKc'il, hnvo bctn House, In the City of fit. .loncpli. In Hu Rrnnted to tlm uiiilerHfttiMl, by the l'ro- clinnnn County, Ktnte of Missouri, on tho bnto Court of tiiichnnnu County, Mis- lt lny of Jnnunry, 1017, on or boforo the Bourl, licit Ink tlatu of the 7tli day of I third dy of unld ti-rm, to nnnwer plnln Airll, 1916, tilt's pi'tttlon, tlm dnmu will bo tnken for All persons liavltiK ilolnis nnlnst unld I i;iifoxed nn to him mid Judgment ren tatnta are required to exhibit them to mo dered neemdliiKl 11 lor mioumu-f, wit in px montliH from "Vw .i.i i..,,... .. ,i i. Tluded from nny benellt of Mich estate: ' mid If said claims bo not exhibited within one year from the Unto of the publkallon of this notice, they ;...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 23 December 1916

1 V . ( mmtr ' THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER PRANK F R EYTAG OITOIl AND PUBLISHER HOARD OF TRA.DE BUILDING kk KPUONK MAIN til Budncu or Editorial TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year $1.09 AdrartUlns lUtei on Application Iddrtu All Communlcfttloc to THE OBSERVER, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Xuterc4 at tho Poitofflc In St. Jocyk, Mlwrourl. i Second Clan Uall Uattar. FOR PEACE IN EUROPE The boys did not-get "out of the trenches by Christmas," last year as Henry Ford had so glibly announctd, and they will not this Christmas, bu this Christmas they have more to think of in that line, for the sugges tlon for peace from Kaiser Wilhelin and the great German empire and it allies has been placed before England and her allies and if the peace sug gestions are not acted upon even if the conditions Imposed are not ac ceptable, the blame for the further butchery and wholesale destruction of property will fall entirely on England and her allies and they will receive t...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 23 December 1916

, 'Si THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 SJoitoendJIfijattWM'ea 3wm4nd)lfijattWM'ea from New York city last year. LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST PnrnjJrnpliH 'Which Tell nl (he HnppruhiBM of f.vcnl Moment In Grontcr St. JoHL-nh. Anything Which IlnH OeoMft'd UenorvlniJ of Locnl Notice Can he Fonnd In Theno Colnmnn. First of All Reliability The police drag net Tuesday night gathered In Lou Smith and Ray GUI' man, hold up suspects. A watch identi fied us belonging to V. A. Kirkley, stolen Saturday night, was found on Smith. i..,.t jtvru. j . - fl-J I '-. i I k ' ('i & X r Hackman, state auditor a city visitor Wednesday. Opal Cleaner Is tho Ilcst. Adv. K. D. Cross ot Savannah had legal business In this city Tuesday. Richard H. Drldgeman of was a city visitor Tuesday. Oregon Umbrella Hospital, 811 Ed. St. Adv The thermometer dropped to 9 de grees below zero Thursday morning. Fire damaged $300 worth ol pro perty for the Metropolitan Paving Co. Tuesday evening at 7...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 23 December 1916

y THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 ." ' CROOKED 1 GOMES TO LIGHT from tho records of the courts of th ststo of Missouri. On election day these men were challenged as they Appeared to vote and through tho of- fir nrniini inR&in 'orts oi lJl Democratic state commit 1 1 r n r r n 11 hlh tec somo tnousann8 uf thosc ncgaiiy Ul II LI UULIUnllU registered persons were prevented rroni casting tneir fraudulent votes. With further regard to tho city of St. Louis that same polico report shows that Micro was a gent ral and wholesale attempt made to register negroes and to havo them voto from DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE CHAIR, houses where they did not live. Ex MAN ISSUES STATEMENT OF (tracts from that report are hereto FACTS AND FIGURES. j appended In order to give substantial and particular testimony to the truth of the above charge: KA'IY ILLEGAL ACTS EXPOSED; Clark avenu xSt known attM. ad- dret-. Information glen by William Wright, same number. There In a Thont I Moore resi...

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. — 23 December 1916

m m THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 '--- mstatujma4.-'MT 1 ',' fit ; Ivw NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI InlerrHtini! llnppcningH Which HnveTnl.fi l'lnce In (ho CircntpHt Stnlo in (ho Union. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Utile Actual Labor ond trlnl of IiIh skill succeeded In dls polling the Illusion. It has been 115 jears since the first flour mill was built In St. Charles. The poultry business of Missouri Is said to amount to $60,000,000 annually. "Polite vs. Polite" Is the very court eous entry on the divorce docket of the circuit court at Huntsville. Judge II, J. Harmes, for many years a leading citizen of Atchison county, died at his home In Auburn, Neb , about midnight on Wednesday night. And when a Warrensburg man sold his wagon load, 45 bushels, of corn for 45, he couldn't help smiling as he said he had sold the same amount for a ?5 William. It was at a session of circuit court nt Fulton that a woman witness on the stnnd persisted In te...

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. — 23 December 1916

" L '"t""1"' ft 8 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1916 rV . S9 14&& PUT IN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB AND INCREASED 104 WEEKLY WILL MAKE TO "P MHlCTI. rj d SFt T't??? f vome m; askaboui a. This happens in 50 WEEKS. We also have a 5 cent club which in 50 weeks pays $63.75. Our 2 cent club pays $25.50 Our 1 cent club pays $12?75 We also have clubs where you pay in $1.00 or $2.00 or $5.00 each week and in 50 weeks get $50 or $100 or $250. We add 4 per cent interest. Come in and get a "Christmas Banking Club" book FREE. It costs nothing to join. This is not a plan just for BOYS and GIRLS; it is also for MEN and WOMEN. You can start TODAY START! Empire Trust Co. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI IS NOT A PARADISE Ed Bandel Receives a Postal Card From Jlmmle , Which Tells of Rio Grande Conditions Jlmmle Is a member of Co. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers' State Bank of Inza, Mis .sourl, will be held at its ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 30 December 1916

The St. Joseph Observer VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 191G NUMBER 13 To Our The Year jusT: closing has been one of the mosT: prosperous of the ten years that the Observer has been ton earth and engaged in its mission of serving you. This was brought about solely through your help :and -co-operation not from any merit that we may ;possess, or from any special effort that has been made, .and therefore it is to be all the more appreciated. You j lhave shown by your interesl: and support that there is a field for this paper and it is this facfl made possible that we so much appreciate. On the threshold of the nd its management extends to'each and every friend to those who are but indifferent the compliments of the season and the earnesl: wish for a Happy and Pros-1 tpervous New Year. j THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER AGREATGAIN The J-arjest Surplus In the History .of the Post Office .Department Is Shown By .Democrats The old cry bo vociferously whooped up by the Republi...

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. — 30 December 1916

-,wrr"nfl JF"T1 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 To Our Friends and Customers We Extend the Compliments of the Season, and Wish Them a Happy and Prosperous New Year. U .v A Read and Smoke With J. BERGER The Cut Dime Cigar Store and News Stand Wholesale Cigars and Tobacco Big Line of Cigars and Pipes We are Specializing on New Year's Cards 509 EDMOND STREET Will Move About January 20th, One Door Eait 511 Edmond Street STAEDTLER'S i j "The Bread Worth While F. J. STAEDTLER Corner Eleventh and Penn Telephone, Main 724 Give Your Girl a box of CHASE'S Fine Chocolates for New Year USE Blue Valley Butter Most Popular Because Most Satisfying Made from Pure Pas teurized Cream Packed in 1 lb.. lb., and lb. Cartons ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT For Your New Year's Dinner Order Western Dairy's Delicious Ice Cream, Ices and Brick Ice Cream Candy Specials From Now Until New Year CHOCOLATE BON BONS Regular 50c sellers, now 40c per pound; or 2 pounds, 75c; 3 pounds, $1.00. Our Regular ...

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. — 30 December 1916

tW.JH OF..M . THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 LEGAL NOTICES ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby Klon Hint Letter of Administration, upon tho estate of Eliza beth llnumer, deceased, havo been Krnnted to tho undersigned, by tho 1'ro bato Court of Iluchanan County, Mis souri, bearing date of tho 7th day of April, 1916. All persons having clalniR nirnlnst said estate nro required to exhibit them to mo for allowance, within fix months from iaio oi saia letters, or they may bo pre luded from any benefit of such estate; 1 If said claims bo not exhibited within one year from tho date of the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. aixman uaumch, Administrator. ORDER OF PUBLICATION In the Circuit Court of Uuchatian County, Missouri, October Term, 1916. Young mothers Construction Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Hay Ulaspcll, E. A. l'rinz, Frank Krlck, Henry D. Hardin, William II. Macy, tho unknown consort, heirs, devisees, donees, alienees, Imme...

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. — 30 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 i i THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER FRANK FREYTAG VDITOR AND rUBLISUKR hoard or TRADa BuiLDma RXKl'HONK UAIN Nf Builneii or Ealtorlal TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year f 1.00 Adrertltlnx Ratal on Application Addreta All Communication! to t'HE OBSERVER, ST. JOSKPU, MO. flntered at th Poatoffloa In 8t Jeaapfc, KUaourl, a Second Cl&ss Hall Mttr, THE RAVINGS OF GUSSIE GARD NER "Men and nations must pay tho penalty of their crimes. The president by moving (or peace Is helping Germany to escape tho penalty of her wickedness. The world will not bo a fit place to live In if he succeeds." In these seething scalding words docs Congressman Gussle Gardner of Massachusetts, Senator Lodge's bell cose son-in-law, berate President Wil son because the latter has spoken a word for peace, and from these burn ing words we must Infer that if the men who arc fighting should ground arms and shake hands before Mr. Gardner Is ready for it, ho will refuse to make...

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. — 30 December 1916

"sagx... ;r--r;' .. t ijn" THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 HmTdf & I r s LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST PnrnrnptiH Which Tell ol Hie llnpppninii of Locnl Moment In Greater St. JohpiiIi. Anything Whtoh Hn Occured Deiierviiifi ol Local Notice Cnn ho Found in Tiieno ColnmnH. Mr. and Mrs. John Hesso nro In New York. winueiu scott uossett, of lorues, was a Monday visitor. Charles W. Clouser, tho veteran milkman died Thursday. Jamleson Machine Co., engineers and machinists' supplies. Shafting, hangers, pullcyc 215 N 2nd. Adv. Farmers of the Easton neighborhood report their cattle are dying as the re sult of cornstalk poisoning. Mrs. Mattle Helmbaugh was on Wednesday fined In police court for conducting u disorderly house at 609 Sylvanle. list Opal Cleaner. Adv. Clarence C. King, of Springfield, spent a few days In the city this week. Mrs. Mary Akhurst, formerly of this city, died at Raton, N. M., this week. Use Opal Cleaner. Adr. The Dartlett Trust building wil...

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. — 30 December 1916

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 1 'I n t A Few Facts Worth Remembering ! FIRST It is always a good policy to buy when everybody wants to sell anything of value. SECOND When the business as shown by our jobbing trade, retail trade, railroads, pack ing houses, and clearing house reports shows more business than other cities two and three times as large as our city, real estate must be valuable, and is sure to increase in value. THIRD If St. Joseph is a "City Worth While," why should real estate be cheaper here than other cities not half so good? FOURTH Why should any man or woman in this city deposit their money in a bank at 4 per cent when they can invest it in real estate and earn 8 per cent, and in nine times out of ten realize a handsome profit on the invest ment? The wealthy men of this city have accumulated their wealth by the increase in the value of their real estate. Considering the advantages, Real Estate is ch' sin St. Joseph than ever before Undevelope...

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. — 30 December 1916

xwfammqpmmammuzwm KBH.TlsC.fc. . - igrviinr.kjrHMZx. iPjf nra THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 m m h f Mr. NEWS FROM ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting IInppeniuH Wliich Ilnve Taken 1'lnco in the Grontcat State in the Union. The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Little Actual Labor Appropriately enough, Mr Gold la n Jeweler In the town of Amoret Mrs. Julia Kntfong, who lives near Urownlng, recently marketed turkeys. She had 1G0 and they brought her 1410.00. Two young men at Weston had n rat killing tho other day and when the hostilities ceased they had extermi nated 101 rats. Mrs. Jno. Ashley, ot Orrlch, wold a thlrty-flve-pound turkey to S. J. Todd, the local produce dealer, a few days ago that brought her $6.05. A pretty good price for a turkey. Eaglevllle has a turkey story too Mrs. E. 1J. Sharp sold 5 J turkeys at 22 cents a pound or a total of $172. IC and has turkeys left. Tom Porter, mayor of Peculiar, Is nn unreconstructed rebel. He re sembles Ho...

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