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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921
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1 Automobiles and Accessories I
PIMBLEY'S ABTO -
KEEPS YOUR AUTO
Fanner Auto Co,
DODGE BROTHERS' CARS
Mill uml I'mlorlrk Awiim
ri IK'S NT f.EMUtAL ACTOJIOUR..E REP YlRl.VM
n;n-.vJ2 Mmili rSchlli. Phono D7
pnir lrT A r'LUMt,' Ofl Repairers of Steam nnd Oos-
ACME MACHINE. LU. iino ic-mcs.
Rroruc Bculnsa und Rabbit SIrlnl Hearings Miulo to Order Wllhojt
RhvckKmltlilng or All KluiLs.
221 South TIdrd Street. St. Joseph, llo. Phone- Mnln 114
THE AUTO TINNER
Agent fo the S. .1. Copper Riultutor. "tho Radiator that enn't break
113" Frederick Avenue. Telephone Main 3187
STAGG AUTO COMPANY
"We Never Cose."
We promptly respond to all iod calls, nnd nro equipped to repair or
rebuild all cars, regardless of condition. Strictly high class work at
moderate prices, fitromberg Carburetors, Perry Auto Locks,
100.1-7 South lOlh I'lionc Sluln 25JJ.
STANTON MOTOR COMPANY
AUTO SUPPLIES. STORAGE. REPAIRING AND WASIIINO
Phono Slain 3022 2025-2027 St. Joseph Aicnuo
AUTO RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP
VuU'ii illJus and Rebuilding V.sod Tires for Sale
AM. WORK til ARAVri:i:i M WORK t'AIJ.ri) I'OR AND
705 Souili Nth Street St. Juncpli, .Mo. Telephone .Main 2105
MURPHY-SPRING TIRE CO
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1119 Frederick Avenue
Hns i 0 riMd.T n
Expert Automotive Repairing
wi: si'kciaijzc on ninviioiiirr service
We do onr own ork, thereby eliminating tinncee-.-ary hourly expense.
M.XT DOOR TO V. 31. C. A. RI.DG., ON" NORTH TiJVlll STREET
Penn Power Motor Oil
A grade f r every car and tractor dUARANTEE
MORE MILEAGE MORE POWER
AH Garages Handle It Ask for It
PENNSYLVANIA LUBRICANT'S CO.
OIL AND ACCESSORY SHOP
17lli and Frederick Awniie.
Genuine Sord Parts
j irass mi Field Sggig
CIsver, Timothy, Alfalfa, Millet, Can, Blue Grass, Orchard :':
Grass, Sudan Grass, nnd other Grass and Field Seeds
723.727-7U9 South I'otirtli Street Roll Phono 1570 ji
St. Joseph, Mo. :.J
According to the Roonvllle Itpub
liean, Menial d gchnezler, a former
rklcnt of Roonvllle, Is having a hard
t!mo proving ha was born. The city
cWk received a letter from him rc-
ccntly asking to bo teassured cm that
PIMBLEY PAI.NT &
St. Jj&eph, Ma.
P. H. RATTKKY CO.
Aut.To!iM U. rUt SV
roiudui t .(iTii compv
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Inmost Ii-ildoi t 1 (5 Ollmtrr
rrs. L. T II IIIKV M,r.
MOTOR CAP. CO.
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& IBM Sff
lawier Kotor Go,
Aiillinrlzcfl Agents for
Ford Motor Co.
(rnulnc 1'nrd Iirts ami Pcnlcc.
Nuw mill I'soil Fords.
122 rrw'fU'k Are.
St. Joseph, Mo.
S-R-S BATTERY 00
018-1120 lYuiuU St. Tel. SI. 2.-.4.1
Freo Battery Inspection. All Makes.
We liepair All Makes.
am. work (;iarati:i:i
New IJatterles In Stoclt.
polnt as he was at present residing In
Oaxaca, Mexico, and desirous of do
parting therefrom nnd couldn't got a
passport without a birth certificate.
To dato no one has been found who
in help Mr. Schnezler out.
A BUMPER FOR MISSOURI
REAL ESTATE MEN
( Continue J from l'age One)
strued, Bcema to bo to protect real
ostaln und farm land buyers and Roll
ers from uross frauds, misrepresenta
tions, double dmlliiKS, failure on the
part ofJhp . niMHit or broker to
promptly jsjrHK "all rents ami other
munis eollectcd, received or other
it.o handled, Ineompetency and 1
noranea of real estntc men or agents,
und all other questionable or dlHhnn
i'st r.i-lhods or dealings: Ihrottirh lim
iting the voeatlon cHfiftf to persons
known to bs of (rtd reputo, honest,
imtWul and compfctBti
The Mlffourl n5l IMato Cotmnl!"
Klon, tli(i bill outllnW H to be com
PohviI of "three rommlwtoners. op
polnted by tUjovernor with the ad
!re andcjtiisift':' uf the semte, one
member for ono year, a second mem
ber fur two ';)tr,, and the third mom
In r for three y and one every
yi"ir therwttur for -a term of three
i'iirs eatih. "Th'o chief quillflenllon
of each cV'mnilsiilonor is that he shall
havo been n real ctato man for at
least ten ydars priorto tliu dnto of
his appointment. Th, compensation
is $10 a dny for caoh'rictual day de
voted to official duties nnd all actual
and necessary expenses. One com
missioner each Jear Is to be designat
ed as president of tho commission. A
sfcrel.uy und nil needed nnd iieccs
sury clerks, stcnosnphers and other
assistants, office headquarters, equip
ments, stationery, and other conven
iences are provided for. The com
mission Is supposed to fix the salaries
of all assistants and other employes,
tho only limit to expenses being that
the total disburei'monts, Including the
pay of the three commissioners, do
not exceed tho annual receipts from
licenses nnd other fees. All surplus
collections, If such a thing la possible,
revert at th close of each car to
tho state general revenue fund,
Violation of law a Sllsdcmeanor
The O'Donnell measure declares It
unlawful for any person, firm, com
pany, partnership, association or cor
poration to engage In the real estate
business In Missouri after tho act be
comes a law, without first being reg
ularly and fully llcpnswl by the com
mission. Each violation institutes a
misdemeanor punishable by fine or
Imprisonment, or by both. A real
cstato broker or dealer or company Is
defined to bo any Individual or com
bination of persons, who, for a com
pensation or aluallo consideration,
sells, or offer for sale or to buy, or
negotiates tha purcha'so 6r salo or ex
change, or lease, or rent, any real
e.state or the Improvements Ihcreon,
for others, as a wholo or paitlal vo
cation. A real cstato silosman is de
clared to bo an Individual, who, also
for a compensation br valuable con
sideration, Is employed, directly or In
directly, by a licensed real estate
broker or company or association as
a builness reprcsentatle or agent.
Tho act exempts all persons solely
selling or otherwise disposing, tempo
rarily or permanently, of real estate
actually owned Individually or Joint
ly. The transactions of attornoyg-at-law,
administrators or executora of
eatatis. receivers, trustees In bank
ruptcy, and other persons or combina
tion of persons selling roal cstato un
der order of court, or of trustees
selling under the power mado and
contilned In any lejal writing, deed
of trust or other similar document,
do not conio within tho Interpretation
of tho proposed act.
CoinmlHtJoii a Court of Record
Tho bill expressly vests tho suggest
ed commission with full power and
authority to pass on all applications
for licenses to follow the real estate
vocation in Missouri and detcrmluo
whether or not tho Individual or com
bination of persons to tho legal ap
plication measure up to the required
standard. Full authority Is grantod
the members to Invebtlgi-to tho veri
fied complaint In writing of any per
son against any real estate broker or
company or association, or salesmen.
The commission ha.s tho power. If the
act becomes a law, to suspend or rc
voko on its own motion, uny license
it has granted, but a hearing must be
granted any accused firm or Individ
ual. Full power ns a court of record
is bestowed. Tho right of appeal on
all rulings, final and otherwise, of tho
commission, to tho circuit court of
Colo county on questions of law, and
technical points, mado within thirty
days through certiorari or mandamus
writs, or by othei motliods provided
for In civil proceedings, U included In
tho bill tho way It was originally pre
sented to tho houso by Representative
Publicity for Crooked Real Estate
It Is further sot forth In O'Donnell's
suggested now law that non-residents,
CHAS. M. PAETZ
jiATTRicssns and rnxows
Mattress nnd Fcatlicr Renovntilis
Doaler In Deds, Bprlng Cots, Eta
A'elcphonq .Main 40?8
1014-20 So. 4th St. Ot. Joseph, Mo.
I -SHOWING PHYSICAL
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Stnrtllnc facts n th.v'lack
physical Itness of tho vounc people
bf the country are revealed in fiR
ifes presented to a corr.mittctf of
Contrrcss now considering the Fess
Capper physical education bill. The
statements, backed up by 'leading
hutlioritics, both military and civil,
faro regarded as being, so serious
jthnt the women of the country.
Ithrouch their organizations, are
beseeching the House and Senate to
take official copnUnnce of the situ
intion. If Congress finds the senti
ment of the country favo.able, it is
said action mny be expected.
Here are some of the things that
'e startled Congress: Thirty
en per cent of the young rr.en of
- United States were found un.1t
m romplete military service This
tiatement is msde by General
through compliance with all provis
ions' and filing with the commission
an lrrevocablo waiver pertaining to
their rights as non-residents In civil
proceedings and the bcrvices of court
processes, aro eligible to become real
estate brokers or sa, amen In Mis
souri. The proposed .-ommlsslon is
empowered to semi-annually promul
gate a list of all real citato men.
companies and salesmen adjudged
guilty of sharp practices whoso li
cences have been suspended or re
voked, together with all new rulings
an'd othfr Information of public value
relatlng'to tho e- ent of the
provisions of tho : ' py of each
such publication is jnt to" every
county clerk In tho sum to become a
public record and to all citizens who
apply for tho same.
Licenses to function In Missouri as
a real estate company or broker or
salesman, under ono of tho sections
of tho measure, are to bo granted
only to persons vouched for by real
estato owners to be trustworthy, of
good repute and honest. Competency
In tho vocation Is another requirement
which Is exacted. For salesmen tho
employing person or firm is tho cus
todian of their license to do business
and the document Is to be sent back
to the commission when the employ
ment, representation or agency termi
nates. Other minor specifications of
the Intended law regulate, curtail, und
control the operations of all sales
men. In all tho O'Donnell moasurc,
which v,as Introduced In the houso
without much publicity or oratory,
contains eighteen sections, with every
alternate ono filled with technical ex
actments, to bo construed favorably
or othcrwlso by those in the vocation
the measure Intends to control, regu
late and license.
A. T. EDMON'STON.
Everybody tells snako stories but
tho latest ono Is that M. J. Fletchall
west of town brought a young bull
snako to this office last Thursday be
ing the next day after Mr. C! round hog
saw lis shadow and rctlrod to hla den
for six weeks more of winter. Evi
dently the snake had a different Idea
than tho groundhog. Mr. Fletchall
found this snako out in front of Jim
Iloey's houso and tho general opinion
Is that' the explanation ot tho snake's
presence Is up to Jim, Eorao don't
believe ths story at all but the wit
ness to this snako so for as wo know
are Dr. J. K. Phlpps, I.irmer Mar
shall and M. J. Fletchall, and several
others. Worth County Times.
Although the last shot of tho war
was fired more than two years ago,
flicro aro fctlll enough reverberations
of that troublous tlmo to remind us
that there was a war once. Accc-rd.
Ing to the Fayotte Advertiser, Lloyd
L. Lauchlln, a Putnam county farmer,
has just been granted (6,000 by the
circuit court against Edward Gorman,
a neighbor, because Gorman called
Laughlln a slacker during the war.
The jury was composod of six farmers
and six 'business men.
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UNFITNESS OF YOUTH,
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Leonard Wood. The high percentas'i
of school children retarded byl
physical defic.ency adds an unneccs-t
sary $82,000,000 annually to thq
cost of education in the United
States. Five million younfj peoplq
under nineteen, in Industry, loso
time and pay doctor bills estimated
at $72,000,000. The preliminary
physical training of 50.000 "raw
recruits" for the army cotu
$IM)00.000 every year. '
The Fcss-Cappcr bill now bclnR
considered by Congress alms to
correct the alarming condition by
establishing physical education in
the schools. E. Dana Caulkins, of
Washington. D. C, a well known
physical education advocate, ti ys
this investment would pay a heaih
dividend of many times the amount
Vinton P. Miller, after being sen
tenced to eight years Imprisonment
for murder of Dewey Morgan, at
tempted to commit suicide at Kansas
City Friday when being led from tho
court room. Miller dived head first
down the steps of the jail to tho first
floor. Physicians said ho would
ORDER OF rUBIJCATIOr
In the Circuit Court of Ruchanan
County, Missouri, to tho May Term,
A. D 1921.
State of Missouri, County of Bu
John E. Richardson Plaintiff
Martha SI. Richardson. Defendant
Now at this day comes the plaintiff
by his Attorney, and It oppearing to
the satisfaction of tho Circuit Court
that slid defendant, Martha M. Rich
ardson, Ls u non-resident of the State
of Missouri, and does not reside there
in, it Is ordered that Slid non-resident
defendant bo notified by publication,
as required by law, that said plaintiff
has commenced his suit In this Court
against said defendant by petition and
affidavit, the object and general na
ture of which is to obtain a decreo of
divorce from defendant on the ground
of donertion without reasonable cause
for the space of more than one whole
year noxt before the filing of this
petition. That unless tho said defen
dant, Martha M. Richardson, shall be
and appear at the next term of this
Court, to be begun and held at the
Court House, In the City of St. Joseph,
in Buchanan County, State of Mis
souri, on the 2nd day of May, 1921,
on or before the third day of said
teini, to answer plaintiff's petition,
the same will bo taken for confessed
as to her and judgment renderod ac
cordingly. it Is further ordered, that a copy
of this order bo published in Tho St.
Joseph Observer, a newspaper pub
lished in the County of Buchanan, for
four wocks successively, tho last In
sertion of which to bo at least fifteen
days before the r?xt May, 1921, terra
of this Court.
A true copv. Attest:
EMMETT J. CROUSE.
By Stella Whitehead, Deputy Clerk.
Miles Elliott, Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OP IISAIi SETTLES! ENT
Notice Is hereby given to all cred
itors and others Interested In the es
tate of Arizona Klulnbrodt, deceased,
that I, Mary A. Williams, Adminis
ter of said estate. Intend to make
Final Settlement thereof at the next
term of tho Probate Court of Bu
chanan County, State of Slksourl, to
be held at thu court house In St. Jos
eph, Missouri, on the first Monday of
MARY A. WILLIASIS.
(Soal) Public Administrator.
Fred M. Wanger, Clerk of 1'robato.
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The St. Joseph Engineering Corporation
MachiRe Shop Pattern Shop
Electrical Shop Mechanical Engineers
Brass and Alluminum Foundry ' Electrical Engineers
Wc Arc Prepared to Engineer and Execute Any Work Along the 'Machine or Electrical Lines.
Bring Us Your Idea. We Will Develop It
The St. Joseph Engineering
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BREAD IS YOUR BEST FOOD
j;! Eat More of It 1
i? Federal Bread Is the Best Have You Tried It?
I'lionc .Mnln 3102
That Possess Real Merit.
If in need of anything: in this line, see mc before buying.
I can save you money on anything in the Harness Line.
First class workmanship. Try me.
Phcnc South S85W
St. Joseph, Mo.
WE 11LTT AND SEMj
CLOVER ALFALFA TIMOTHY CANE
MILLET KAFFIR GRASS SEEDS
rVHtchelfalll Seed Co.
SECOND AND CHARLES STRKETS ST. JOSKP1I, THO.
SAMPLES AND INQUIRIES SOLICITED
St. Joseph Hardware Co.
T. P. GREENE, Manager
818 Francis Street 817 Frederick Avenue
Phone Main 909
ay vast? Bssrneas st
Par's nmruoat. Direct frocn miLcr. Write Codr for
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DUVE.lcllrmHi aa-ll-USa.TUl'SUUtrt.i'', St.Joupta.Mo
St. Joseph Xrunlc Co.
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES
FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER WHY PAY MORE?
Oup Reiktlr Department Is Up to Datu
109 South Klghlh Street I'liono Main 021
Credit Is Expensive
A. DEPPEN & SON
TRY OUR CASH SYSTEM AND SAVE MONEY
17th and Frederick Atcnuo I'lionc Main 2S5
Immediately after he had finished
hU Sunday sermon at Hartsburg re
cently, which was on the subject of
the uncertainty of life and Uie sad
ness of dying away from home and
loved ones, tho Rev. Henry P. Cheav
ens was handed a telegram announc
ing tho sudden death of his brother
In another state.
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at. Joseph, Mo.
Gtli nnd Eilinond St,
226 Cherokee Street
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Mg try tat
The Southern Methodist Church
Mexico la planning to send a "llttJ
bit o' heaven" to Shanghai. China, In
the shapo of three Missouri nurses.
They are Jllss Corrlnno Marklcy,
Louise Morrill 'and Oleta Leary, and
they will leave soon lo be nurses In a
hospital for Chinese girls In Shanghai.
All threo were war nurses In Trance,
113-115 North 2nd St
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