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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1921
LOCAL MATTERS OF
FINELY IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE ' 1
I have a finely Improved farm of 274 norcs, locnted 8 mlllesfrom
Tina and IB miles of Chllllcnthc, Mo. 22K acres In cultivation, 48
acre-) In pasture, 2 miles of hoc wire fence, IB aires of whlto oak
timber, 6-room house barn 40tb0, Implement shed ind carage,
blacksmith shop and all other comcnlenccs. Half of crop of 70
acres of corn goes with place, l'rlco (100 per acre, on torms to ba
ngrccd upon. Call on or addrcsj
I A. D. SUTTON, SR.
0120 "South lhlrd Slicct (Iiua Station)
St. Joseph, Mo. Sj
Fine Harness and Saddles
made especially for Termers and Stockmen, sent direct to you by
express, parcel post or lrclght. Bond for free Illustrated catalog, full
of fine allies In Harness. Saddles and Accessories. This Interesting
catalog Is yours for tho asking.
we luvn no A&rNTfj. wn smi) nmrxrr to yoo at onh
SMALL I'HOriT, SWWO YOU TIIB MIDDLEMAN'S l'llOKITS.
All of our harness and workmanship Is guaranteed, and jou will
find our prices right As to our reliability, we refer you to unv bank
or banker In St. Joseph
The Germ Destroyer that kills all germs and will
not leave an odor.
Use Elcctroficd .Chlorine to disinfect -your bath
room,.toilct, sewer, cellar, office, factory and other
places where a disinfectant is needed.
Mrs M C. TUlcry, mother of Mrs
Thomas U. Allen, Buffered a fracturo
of tho hip Thursday afternoon when
sho slipped and fell in tho bath room
of Judgo Allen's home on Asjlum
On Wednesday night Lawrence
Weakley, Jr.'s car hlb a boy named
Clydo llogan at Nineteenth and I'ran
cls Weakley took tho boy to a hos
pital. He was not sorlouslj hurt.
It cost Mfss Itoso Humphrey $10 In
police court Thursday for disturbing
tho pcaco of U. U. llabcock.
Manufactured Only By
Manufacturer or Light and
Rolios, Nets, I
ctj Harness. Also a Full Lino of Lap
'ihcts. Collars Whips Htc.
riioNn 1S09--22O south rocwrii sTiintrr st. joseth, mo.
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00
(AS. II. McCORD Prctirtcnt CALVIN C ni'RN'ES.,
NO D RICHARDSON Vice President Mil O L. CIR'TI.
NO J. WALSH Asst Cashier OLIVER I ROTH
CEO A. NhLbON, Vice-President and Cashier.
JNO D RICHARDSON.
Vice-President, and President Richard,
on Dry Goods Company.
HENRY J MUELLER,
President, Mueller-Keller Cand Co.
RALril E. COSTICAN,
President, Noyes Norman Shoe Co.
President, Johnson-Woodbury Hat
CHARLES T. SCHFNECKCR,
Vice-President, Nave McCord Mercan
WILLIAM II CURTIN,
fcccy Ildw Dept, Wyeth Hdw. & Mis
President, Western Tablit and Sta
JAS II McCORD.
President Nave McCord Mercantile Co
JNO S I1RITTAIN, JR,
President Jno S Brittam Dry Goods
CALVIN C. nURN'ES,
GLO A NELSON.
vice rresidcnt and cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
I Ginso Chemical Company I
St. Joseph, Missouri
D. E. IIEATON. President. GEO. J. DE GOLn, Vl-Pre. and Manaier.
J. W. KARLE, Sec'y and Treaa.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
With Lady Attendant
224 South Eighth Street Bell Phone 1782
A toy balloon such as chlfdrcn play
with would not be dimaecd If struck
by tho I'ons-WInnccko comtt which Is
due to strike the earth In Junp, Rev
Martin S Brcnnm, St. Louis priest
astronomer, declared Tuesday. Itev.
Ilrennan slid tho comet Is so small
that It can do no damage. Although
the tall Is G00 to 600 mllos long, the
priest astronomer declared, tho parti
cles of which It Is mado are scarcely
bljrccr than canaiy wed.
Tho second annual ball of tho Naval
Club was held at the Prlnz Academy
Thursday night and was eiy larRelj.
attended Congressrmn-elc t Charles
L. Faust led tho grand march and all
tho city officials attended
Whlto Mrs. Charles Penland of 17
Albomirlc street was carrying her 21-
mouths-old daughter along the street
Thursday, she fell and the Infant's
right leg was broken above tho knoo.
You Can Afford to
Tie SMs j Nurseries
of St. Joseph, Mo.
Trank E. Holland of Kansas City,
a brother of Charles L. Holland of
this city, died Wednesday. The de
ceased was a prominent shoo dealer.
Tho big motor show will open at
tho Auditorium Tuesday.
A Jury In JudRQ Vorles' court on
ycterday gao Thomas A Hitter of
Chllllcotho a vtrdlct of $18,000
against tho Ilurlingon for Injuries
received In a collision.
The drle for the J 10 000 asked of
St Joseph and Curhanan county for
the starving children of Kurope ended
have a good assortment of fine Fruit and Or
namental Trees; Evergreens, Shrubs, Rose
Grown Right! Handled Right!
WRITE FOR GTALOG IT'S FREE.
G. L. WELCH, Manager
Phone South 116
Corner Lake and Alabama Ave.
with a Hoover dinner at the Scottish
Illto cathedral Thursday night- The
full amount for this county waa rais
ed and then some.
Olenn Roberts and John L. Dreyer
were given four years each In tho
pm Tridav b Judge Utz on burglary
Seeds, Farm Implements, Wagons, Barbed Wire
and Wire Fencing
731 South rotirth Street, Corner Mary
St. Joseph, Mo.
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H. O. Sidenfaden
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Corner Tcntli and Frederick Avenue. I.mly Attendant.,
TtXIU'IIONlS MAIN S25 AND MUN 203
Report to the Humane
all cases of cruelty to children, aged persons and anl
mals. Humane Agent's Office, 2nd floor Central Police
Station. Phone Main 1122. Office hours, 8-9 a. -at. and
1-2 and 7-3 p. m. '
v ANNUAL STATEMEMT
For the Year Ending December 31, 1920
.Our Seventh Full Year of Progress
First Mortgage Farm Loans $823,950.00
Cash in Home Office and Banks 803.85
Accrued Interest on Investments, and
Policy Loans and Notes 56,382.41
Liberty Loan Bonds and War Savings
Premiums in Course of Collection 11,247.10
Gross Assets ". $969,451.01
Assets Not Admitted 43,536.47
Legal Reserve on Policies $641,791.00
Death Claims in Process of Adjustment. . . . 6,674.26
Premiums and Interest Paid in Advance... 1,590.38
Set Aside for 1921 Taxes 19,155.95
Accrued Accounts 3,468,56
Accrued Commissions . '. 2,123.60
Additional Security for Policyholders :
Surplus 151,110.79 251,110.79
Total Admitted Assets. ..'... $925,914.54 Total Liabilities
OUR PROGRESS IN 1920
Premium Income $ 120,787.33
Total Income. 133,537.39
Assets ' 200,110.30
Insurance in Force Becesnfoer 33, 1920, $!0,485,583.
CHESM0RE SEED CO.
Garden, Field and Grass,
Onion' Sets, Pop Corn,
Poultry Feed, Bee Keepers'
Supplies, Spraying Chemicals,
Birds and Supplies.
Bend Us Yout Numo and Address for Tree Catalog
409 FELIX STREET ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Years Ending Dec. 31
PYRAMIDS OF PROGRESS
Insurance in Force
$1, Lb. ,1)110
A. L. McPHERSON, Prcidcnt
WALTER W. HEAD. Vice-President II. E. McPIIERSQN, Vice-President and' Secretary
ELLSWORTH BLOCK. Assistant Secretary JOHN V. BROADDUS, Treasurer
. CHARLES II. WALLACE, Medical Director , ROBERT E. BROWN, Counselor
'HILEN K. WALLACE, Assistant Medical Director
A. L. McPHERSON
CHARLES 11. WALLACE. M. D.
R. T. FORBES
WILLIAM L. GOETZ
A. J. HITT
WRITING OLD LINE INSURANCE IN MISSOURI, IOWA, NEBRASKA AND KANSAS
1 . WALTER W. Iir D
$ II. E. McPHERSON
JOHN W. BROADDUS
L. R FORGRAVE. M. D.
HENRY KRUG, JR.
H. K. WALLACE
J. D. RANKIN
Every Policy Secured by First Mortpace Farm Loans Deposited With State Insurance Dcparti
A Policy with this Company Means Safe and Sound Life Insurance, the UPBUILDING OF A HOME ENTERPRISE, the Building of An
Estate for YOU and a FUTURE BANK ACCOUNT.
St. Joseph Life Insurance Company
Address: Seventh and Felix Streets, St Joseph, Mo.
Telephone Main 3009
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