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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 14 April 1917

let mmvammmmMmmrrm L 4K i"""rv nnit A 1017 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1917 HF'IWIM ! mam NEWS FRQEV9 ALL OVER 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 A Scott cotmt farmer old his 1910 wheat crop the other day ut 2 u bushel The Smlthvllle electilc power plant was destroyed by fire last vviek. Nc Insurance. Pnrnell soon will hac electric light". The piopoxltlon Noted on Tuesday carried, CharleMon will purchase 10,000 gal lons of crude oil to be Used In street tprinkllng this year. The Maltlind Herald us the louil O A It, has surrendered Its charter and will meet no more. Pome wall fiovvtrs I hac knowr were really walnuts, the "Tattler" le marKs In the Mexico Ledger. A hark, the Joplln News Herald ex plains to a patriotic woman subscrib er, Is not a ship that btars the dogs of war. Usually whin opportunity knocks nt a m. tn's door he's or at a neigh bor's tivin...

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. — 21 April 1917

J The St. Joseph 0 VOLUME X. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 NUMBER 29. JLJk3JLjlJLw V l-JLw THE SUPREME TEST OF THE NATION HAS COME And President Wilson Urges Every One to Do Their Full Duty to the Country To Aid the Triumph of Democracy in This, the World's Greatest War President Wilson lias made a personal appeal to the nation and it has fallen on willing cars and in good ground. On Sunday he issued an address an address like those that he always makes full of sound judgment and ringing with true patriotism. It is such an address as one can expect from a man such as President Wilson a man who is an American and for America and its ideals and interests first, last and all of the time. Read these pertinent excerpts and then do your full duty as a true American for they all ring true; "The supreme test of the nation has come. We must all speak, act and serve together." "We arc rapidly putting our navy upon an effective war footing and are about to create. iTnd equip a grea...

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. — 21 April 1917

- THE SI. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SYMPHONY RANKED WITH WORLD'S BEST Minneapolis Oiilie-tra Is lllahl) ITiiImiI 1m rltrr in tho Outlook. Declaring tint "theio are few or chestras In tjie world that can be ranked with the Minneapolis Sm- VWWVWWs WHAT HE ALLOWED AND WHAT HE VETOED Continued from Page 1 carefully all over the recommenda tions lie studied on the matter for neeral das then he dicw out his sharpest pruning Knife and lit into that legislative plum patch When lie nni tlimuch he had etoed $353 231 an 1 hell up 51 39 "10 making a phonj Orchestra" which will nppenr duilng tho spring festival of music at the Audltotlum April 2Sth, mutineo and night, and placing it In the same class with the Thomas oichestra of ChUago and tho Hoston Sjmphonv, a writer In the Outlook dlscusi.es tho Islt of the Minneapolis organization to New York and other eastern cities He continues, that "Minneapolis has SlNsSWS total of $2,246,331. This will cut ...

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. — 21 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 omi;n or i-unr.tOATiotf In the Buchanan County Circuit Court to tho May Term, A. D 1917. Stnto of Missouri, County of Bu chanan, SS. Violet 7s Craven Plaintiff. vs. Karl C. Craven Defendant. Now nt this day came tho plaintiff by her Attorne, nnil It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Circuit Court that salil defendant, Karl C. Craven, 1b a non-resident of tho Stnto of Mis souri, nml does not resldo therein, It In ordered that wild non-resident de fendant be notified by publication, ns required by law, that paid plaintiff has commenced her suit In this Court against said defendant by petition nnd affidavit, ttio object and gonoral nature of which Is to obtain a decree of dlvorco from tho defendant on tho ground that defendant has nbsentcd hlmsolf from plaintiff without lea sonable cause for tho space of more than one whole year next beforo tho filing of this petition: that unless the said defendant shall be and appear at tho next te...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 2., 1917 THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER i'bank rnniTAa Editor and Publisher, 811 EDMOND STlir.KT. TELEPHONE . .. MAIN 695 Business or Editorial. terms or subscription 1'er Year $1.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Address All Communications to the observer 811 Edmond St. Bt. Joseph, Mo. Entered at the Joseph, Missouri, Wall Matter Fotoffleo In Bt as Second Class wiiu r iti: l'H.iinvt! roit The state department through " lilghH impuitjnt pi ess disputch this rweek maku a statement of thu pur posts vvc have In our war with Ger many ni'l for which this goernment juoposes to fight. It Is war upon Amen. an rights and Ideals for which iwe enter Into the strife, and not as all sober minded thinking people know but wiiu h some of the pacifists claim, ft war in alliance with the entente liowrrs ti.r the full establishment of nil their purposes In European poli tics The state department makes the m uter o clear that there can be no losii il u til any misun...

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. — 21 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 it w tffcv LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST ed on another occasion by porsons who havo endangered thousands of ncrcs of farming land, which If tho break was not repaired would overflow. 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 The park board. In Us report to tho council Hiibmllted Monday, expresses gratification oor tho progress of park and boulevard work. Ubo Opal Cleaner. Ad-. Postmaster Teaford of Helena waa In the city Tuesday. Alonzo Burns, a former policeman, died Sunday. negro Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. Mrs. Clara, wife of James J. Scott, died Wednesday morning. Tho Missouri river Is to flood lielghth hero and Is still rising. dlst Episcopal preacher, died at the homo of her grandson, ,S. W. Realo, 2616 Pcnn street, Tuesday morning. The remains were burled ut Savan nah Wednesday. Huffman Memorial church of Wyat...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 I v Quality First 1 Ao ill lor (ntlnlly to jou fur .loin' Diiti'oimsro. Hrt'iiUfiiM si-ninl isirl) us ft: 30 SjkiIuI Oidic-tni noon mill ciculng. Lee Broom's Restaurant B1 Official A. A. A. Cafe. .120 I'nnuli SI. Phono M. 1310. Trhil Will Ctimlutv. St Joseph pcoplo will ro mi mtier Mr Uruom ns tho ob liging steward for ninny years nt the Transit House. Kansas City. He lias Inst none of Ills geniality since muse days. F. A. JOHNSON MERCUWT TAlt.OH A Pino Stork of CiimmIs for fiut' M'Icm. linn. lU'.lMilltililo Piircs. Tirat rlg Murkmnnshlp ciuii-nt"d Hepntrlnc and pressing depirtmint in innnci tl .n Phono Main .'Si.'.iJ 313 Felix Street St. Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handles all kinds of natural pas burn ers, mantle, fixtures, etc. Clet his prli'M. SATISFACTION Of MIANTEED 4lli mill IV11. Telephone 030 W. F. DAVIS & SONS IIOTTMXG WOHKS Manufacturers of IIIgh-Qrade Soil.. Seltzer and Ginger Ale Distributors Dick Itros. Ileer, QuliK' TELEPH...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 oimmt or publication In tho Iluchnnan County Circuit Court to the May Term, A. D 1917. Stato of Missouri, County of Bu chanan, si. Aaron Hupovltz rialntlff. s. Fnrnh Supovltz Defendant. Now nt this day camo the plaintiff by hla Attorney, anil It nppenrliiR to the satisfaction, of tho Circuit Court that paid defendant, Sarah Supovltz, Is a non-resident of tho State of Mis souri, and does not reside therein, It Is ordered that mid non-resident de fendant be notified by publication, n-) oulrod by law, that jnld plaintiff has commenced his suit In this Court by petition nnd affidavit, tho object and general naturo of which t to procure a. de cree of divorce from defendant on the Kround of desertion and nnin donment, said desertion nnd aban donment having been for more than ono whole year before tho institution of this suit; that unless tho said Sarah Supovltz shall be and appear at the next term of this Court,' to bo bcKUn nnd held at th...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 21 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917 NEWS FRO HI ALL OVER IMPERIAL MISSOURI Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union shot In one wing anil was exhausted. It Is reported the rookc wos tender. The Product of tfye Scissors, the Pen and a Very Little Actual Labor A farmer, who Is the father of twohe children, handed his wife n J 10 hill and told her to yet a new cradle, a pood ono that would last, according? to a story In the Gulden City Views. It Is estimated, sns the Dearborn Democrat, that 700,000 to 800,000 pounds of tobacco still remain unsold In Platto county. Int week's sale moved 16,330 pounds at f 13.70 a hundred weight. mashers would bo devoting their val uable tlmo to dlgglnz trenches and washing dishes. In ono home near I.eeton nro "Uncle" John Mohlcr, D. U Mohler and John U Mohlcr, father, son nnd Krandbon, all United Urcthrcn minis ters; while In the. samo neighbor hood live "Uncle" tMnrt Mohler and James Jlohler,. fathe...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 April 1917

'11 .. fiWTt AT tninft p-fc" . , The vv rZaij tv vr VOLUME X. DEATH PUT A SENATOR And the Business Trip to This City He Had Planned Was Suddenly Halted One of Nodaway County's Most Prominent Citi zens Succumbs to Sudden Attack Thursday Senator Anderson Craig of Mary vlllo was to have reached this city yesterday morning on business of con siderable moment connected with Btate Hospital No. 2, ot which he Is a member of the board of control In place of his reaching here In person, came the sad message that he was dead that he had suddenly and al most without warning been called to close a splendid career as a man and a statesman. Senator Craig owned a large farm near Maryllle, to which ho devoted a great deal of his attention, and he has been frequently called the farmer statesman of Nodaway. On Thursday afternoon he was at the farm super intending some of the work when he was suddenly taken ill with an attack ot indigestion. Ho returned to Mary Mile as soon as possible and phjslc lans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 xK-A-mwrWvrn WHAT IS A DAYS PLOWING? with n 14 or 16-lnch bottom, will nv crago about 2.5 ncrcs nt a. 0-Inch depth mul about 0.2 of nn ncro lfsg for tho 8-Inch depth. A 2-horso, 1 1-Inch walking plow will break about 1.75 Farmers frequently want to know j acres u ,j.,y at a 6-Inch depth and bow much land can be plowed In n i about 0.2 acres less at the 8-Inch day, and how much work It requires! depth, to break an acre.- ltecords nt the Missouri eollPKP of agriculture on 2.-' KANSAS MAN GETS FIRST 122 acres of land show that it re- lntM iiMrvn-o fadii Knr" iuiie.1 3.1 hours of man labor and' LOAN UNDER FARM ACT 8 3 hours of horse labor for each aire. Of course, the time required to, WASHINGTON. To A. L, plow an acre will depend on the slzoj,VPi, n farmer near Larncil, or the plow anil the number ot nurses used. A 4-horie gang plow with 2 1 2-iricli bottoms will nverago about 4 12 acres a day of fl fi hours, whon It Is running G Inches...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 N onnrai or runucATiox In the Buehnnnn County Circuit Court to tho May Term, A. D 1917. State of MUsourl, County of Bu chanan, BS. Ethel Courtney Plaintiff. V8, Jlcnry Courtney Defendant, Now at thin day camo the plaintiff by her Attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the Circuit Court that said defendant, Henry Courtney, Ir a non-resident of tho State bf Mis souri, and doe not re-dde therein, It Is ordered that the ald non-resldcnt defendant bo notified by publication, as required by law, Hint paid plaintiff has commenced her suit In this Court against said defendant by tpetltton and nffldavlt, tho object and general nature of which Is to obtain n decree of divorce from tho defendant on tho Broundg of Indignities, such as to render her condition tii his wife in tolerable, In this, that defendant fre quently struck plaintiff with his flsti and threathened to kill her: that he called her vllo and Indecent names without nny ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 19IT THE ST, JOSEPH OBSERVER p n x k rnKVTAQ Uelltor nnd Publisher. 611 EDMOKO STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 606 Business or Editorial. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION rcr Year 1 00 Advertising Rutes on Application. Address AH Communications to THE OD8GItVr.ll 811 Edmond St. St. Joseph, Mo. Entered nt the Po-tnffle-e In Ft. Joseph, Missouri, as Second Clan Mall Matter. WORLD Ul'Vdl.ll Wlt v e no find thut tho thinnest spots In the veneer of civilization aro whore we supposed they wore the thickest an 1 there It Is wearing off dangerous Ij fist and this wear all cumes from one source food, or ratlur the lack of it Theri Ls hut one difference between tho ii iliicd man and the sivago nnd thut Is the matter of food. All that tin- tavago does Is to work and seek and fight for food To him the food problem obscures every other q ic&ti in under the sun and his magni fied leotlon to that problem serves ns in insuperable bar to his advance , xnent ' Ami now as ...

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. — 28 April 1917

l"HE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 H LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of the Happenings of Local l Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns ferine, Thoy drill each Monday and Frtilay nights, and aro making good progress. Mi I. Lawlcr who was head of the Ford Motor Co. branch hero, has purchased the Ford company's equip ment and will take over the agency here next Tuesday. When you havo Ilacknclio the Uvor or kidneys aro suro to ho out of gear. Try Sanol; It does wonders for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A ttl.il 35c bottlo of Rnnol will convince you. Oct It at the drug storo. Adv. Tho street flushing gang fun the work of tho season. has be- Fred Wanger, clerk of tho probato Court, was in Edgerton Tuesday. Use Opal Cleaner. Adv. A slight frost was noted Wednes day night, but no damngo was dono. Omaha U now tusscllng with the Drummers in a series of three games. There are 1...

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. — 28 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 Quality First Wo enter cpwlnllj to ou for jour patronage. llionkfnst served carlj ns B:30 frpcvUil Ordic-lrn noon nnd evening. Leo Broom's Restaurant Officii)! A. A. A. Ciifo. 120 JVniicN St. I'hotio M. 1310. A Trinl Will Convince. Rt Joseph pernio will re- m mbcr Mr Hr " m ns the ob lminif bleu aril for many years nt tho Trnt.&lt lloue. Knnsas City Ho hns loit nono of his geniality since thoso days. aS3U52$XV25ZZ39BSf3K!SB!BB3Z F. A. JOHNSON Mrnnt xt tailoii A rinp Stock of Goods for jour sotoe tlons. Iti-nsoiiablo Prices, rirst class workmanship guaranteed, ltepalrli.g nn3 pressing clepni tmont In connec tion Phono Main 2S58J 813 Tcllx Street ht. Joseph, Mo. DONEGAN Handles all kind of natural gas burn ers, mantlee fixtures, etc. (Jet his prlcea. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Jill nnd IVIIx. Telephone C30 W. F. DAVIS & SONS BOTTLING WOHICS Mai .fucturors of Hlgh-Ornde Soda Seltzer nnd Ginger Alo Pl'trlbutors Dick Bros. Beer, Qulu...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 28 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 . A order or publication In tho Buchanan County .Circuit Court to tho May Torm, A. D.. 1017. State of Missouri, County of Bu charfan, ss. Violet N. Craven Plaintiff. vs. Earl C. Craven Defendant. Now nt this day camo tho plaintiff lv her Attorney, and It nppearlng to the satisfaction of tho Circuit Court that said defendant, Earl C. Craven, Is a non-resldont of tho State of Mis souri, and does not reside therein, It Is ordered that said non-resident de fendant be notified hy publication, as required by law, that said plaintiff has commenced her suit In this Court ngalnst said defendant by petition nnd affidavit, the object and general nature of which Is to obtain a decree of dlvorco from tho defendant on the ground that defendant has absented hlmsolf from plaintiff without rea sonable cause for the space of more than one whole year next before tho filing of this petition: that unless the said defendant shall be and appear at tho next...

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. — 28 April 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 MEWS froM'all over . i Interesting Happenings Which Have Taken Place In the Greatest State in the Union The Product of the Scissors, the Pen and a Very Lit tie Actual Labor other pood nnd vnluablo considera tion." Nodanny Pemocrnt-Forum. A quart of small change was found by boys playing along the bunks of Plney Crtek, Oregon county, Jutt af ter a recent big rain. Their prosper ity was short lived, however, for the ters, pioved to bo counterfeit. It Is believed the coins had been hidden fifteen or twenty years ngo, when a rigid Investigation was being mado at Alton after some bad money had been put In circulation there. Tiring of the name Shedletsky, a Jttfurson City merchant has asked the court to change It to Shedlc. The mayor at Hamilton nan an nnuiiced that hereafter all feslons of the council will bo opened with jirjijir. A Westboro poultryman offers $S worth of eggs In prizes to the boys nnd girls of Atchison county for es h.ts ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 May 1917

The St. Joseph Observer. r '1 ;;j , ) I J Iff 1; j VOLUME X. WILL RING THE DEATH KNELL OF FOOD SHARK After a Bill Now Before Congress Passes His Avo cation Will Be Gone to the Bow-wows And Senator Thomas' Resolution to Hang Him to a Lamp Post Will Not Be Needed The death knell of speculation In food prices was. sounded In Washing ton Thursday when the administra tion asked congress for absolute au thority to regulate In Us discretion the production, distribution and prices . of food and ull necessities during tho continuance of the war. This meas ure will put the food shark Into the discard and will make the housewives of St. Joseph feel all the more satis fied with the efforts of the 'Wilson administration. That food prices in St. Joseph have reached a point that Is causing deep distress, Is beyond question of doubt, as all who purchase are fully aware. That there is a great amount of food stuffs in this section has had no ef fect on the price which has steadily - soared upward and...

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. — 5 May 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917 WAR WILL BE WON OR LOST ON THE FARM WASHINGTON Glfford I'lnchot, former secrotnrv of the Interior, Is out villi u statement In which ho sajs the outcome of the vvnr largely depends upon the ubllltj of the Amctlcnii far mer to produce crops sufficient' to meet domestic needs nml to feeil our allies norosw the is. The I'lnchot statement In ad follows: "In this great time, when every citizen must do his part, the president has made his chief appeal to tho men who lle on the land. Ho Is right In doing so, for the safety of our oountrj Just now Ih In the hands of our farmers What I mean Is not merely our unlet and the safety of our Allien In the matter of food I mean that the safetj of the United States n.(mlnl fotoiRii invasion hangs on tho decision of the farmers of the 13 states The 2 reat weapons In this war are aims and starvation Tho war ngninvt German arms will he won or lot In Fiance the war ngnlnst Mnrvatlon will he won or lost In A...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Joseph observer. — 5 May 1917

THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917 CORN AND HOGS NO DANGER OF OVER- PRODUCTION THIS YEAR AND AN ARMY t js$-:ZEnzr'0 , S K ft- i A Gk Jill wills Hffli5 5rHe. Anheuser-Busch Branch' cBgiiPl JpfiBOtTTfcMi Dealers r" ST. JOSEPH, MO. - WASHINGTON, D. C In emergen cies, It may be lecessary for some pa triots to unyoke the oxen and leave the plow standing In the furrow, but the lasting support of a nation re quires efficient patriots to keep the plows going. The soil supports the corn; corn supports animals; corn and animals support an nrmy; and "armies fight on their bellies." Let us propel ly caro for the goose that lays the golden eggj" Whether corn prices are high or low, the farmers profit depends on obtaining largo acre lcld9. Large acre yields reduce the expense of both labor and land. It Is remarkable that acre jlelds are Increasing most rapidly In the states southeast and the states north and west of the corn belt states. These Increased acre yields are largely due to ...

Publication Title: St. Joseph Observer, The
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