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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920
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Automobiles and Accessories
PIHBLEH AUTO-NEWER
KEEPS YOUR AUTO NEW
PIMBLEY PAINT &
GLASS CO.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Farmer Auto Co,
Distributors for
DODGE BROTHERS' CARS
1 1 tli nml Frederick Aventio
naiaa
G. H. BATTERY CO.
A. S. CILESriE, Sola Preprlrtor.
Repair nd Recharra Storara Hatterlaa
Naur Dattariaa In Stock
Auto-Torium BUU. u F,li
oIUQBuSKBr
noniDorx auto company
Distributer
list Frederic K AVE. 1123
Phono 2810
Tnrgcst Rulldeis of 4 nnd 0 Cj Under
Cnra. Ii. T. lIAKVi:', Mir.
LO0KFQR
THIS SIGN
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HOLLEY-SAMPSON BATTERY CO.
Distributors of
"SL "EXIDE" Batteries and Service
"GILL" Piston Rings
Mnln 2G30 100!) Francis St.
CENTRAL OIL & GASOLINE CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
CrlUrion Lubricating Oils anil Mutual Greases. M. C. D.
Spark Plugs.
On Frederick Avenue at Ninth Street. Tel. Main SO 13
GRAND CENTER MOTOR CAR CO.
j1o Xar E Sl
f.ffich.nt i.fneral aftomorile rep.uiii.vg
t28 Fii derlcl. Avcnuo. 1'liono H97
Lawler Motor 60,
Aiilhnrlrri gents for
Ford Motor Co.
Genuine runl Parti ami Service.
Ni' and I'scd Fords.
1221 Picclcrltl. .c.
ACME MACHINE CO.
Repairers nf Klcjim nml Gas
oline 1:1 ml lies.
Ilroiuc ItcaibiE-i anil Rabbit Motnl Roarings Mado to Older Without
Delay.
Fl.ic!.-iiiilllng at All Kinds.
221 South Third Micct, St. Joseph, Mo. Phout- Mi'ln Ml
BEN ORTSi
CENTRAL 11 M)l TOR REPUR CO.
THE AUTO TINNER
Agent in the S. J. Copper ltadlator. ''the Radiator that can't break
from freeIns."
1205-7 Frederick Avenue. Telephone Main 3187
STAGG AUTO COMPANY
"Wo Neer Close."
We promptly respond to all road calls, and are equipped to repair or
rebuild all cam. regardless of rendition. Strictly high dais work at
moderate prices. Stromberg Carburetors, Perry Auto Locks.
1005-7 South 10th Phone Main 2537.
E. H. KELSO
SUCCKbbOK TO
C. W. DYE WELDING CO.
The Weld That Held When Others Fell
OXY-ACETYtXNE PROCESS-CARBON BURNING-WORK GUARANTEED
PHONE MAIN Mil 1101 South Tenth Street
STANTON MOTOR COMPANY
Al TO SUPPLIES. STORAOE. REPAIRING AND WASHING
Phone -Main 3022
2025-2027 St. Joseph Aventio
ICa Specialty Vulcetnizincr Shon
B Bar.uns in used tires and tubes. Alo
r ouiuiinK, reircauing anu section work.
All work guaranteed
H. O. WHEAT
1828 St. Jowph Ave. Phone 6736W
notice or puimauy election
STATE OF MISSOURI, COUNTY Or
HUCIIANAN, SS.
In accordance with Section G858,
It S. Mo. 190D, notice Is hereby given
that tho following are. tho offices for
which candidates aro to bo nominat
ed nt the primary election to be held
In Iluclianan County Missouri, the
first Tuesday la August (August 3),
1920:
Senator In Congress for Missouri.
Governor.
Lieutenant-Governor.
Secretary of State.
Stale Auditor.
State Treasurer.
Attorney General.
Judge of tho Supreme Court, Di
vision No. One (Unexpired Tcini.)
Judge of tho Supremo Court, Di
vision No. Two (Unexpired Term.)
Judgo of the Supreme Court, Di
vision No. Two (Full Term.)
Judgo of tho Kansas City Court of
Appeals.
Judge of the Springfield Court of
Appeals.
Judge of tho St. Louis Court of Ap
peals. Rcpn scntatlvc In Congress for
Fourth District.
Judge of the Circuit Court for tho
Sixth Judicial Circuit Division No.
Two.
Member of the House of Represent
atives, First District.
Member of tho House of Represent
atives, Second District.
Member of tho House ut Represent
atives, Third District. ,
Member of the House of Represent
atives, Fourth District.
County Judge, First District.
County Judge, Second Dtetrlct.
County Treasurer.
County Assoefcor.
Prosecuting Attorney.
Public Administrator.
Sheriff.
Coroner.
Surveyor,
Constable of Washington Township.
Given tinder my hand and official
wal in the City of St. Joseph, tills
10th day of May, A. D., 1920.
ARTEMAS FKHRIL.
(Seal) County Clerk.
INTEREST OF HUMANITY
Tltcy Aro Now Slowly Uwweiuhllnr
and nilliLg livo
lilnfl.
Distributors of the
Oakland Sensible Six and Paige Automobiles
Eruert lenalr work a specialty Wo stand behind our work with a
Ij solid guarantee If it is not right, we will make it right. Our luthe
work is the best in tne city Lome in ana-see us.
INTERSTATE AUTO COMPANY
FRED LANGLHY, Manager. 31 So Eighth and Sylvanle
THE PEOPLES TIRE SHOP
Open Day mid N'lght Road Service.
IllViTT CMUiKICH TIRRS. ULCANI55INU.
Affilllt Tltl'i'K TIRKS A SPECIALTY
1117 Frederick vciitie. Phone Main 100
Regardless ot the system of Igni
tion jour car ha be it magneto or
Htorag batteryyou will find that
this Station has the experienced h.-Ip,
facilities and stoi k of parts to make
a lasting repair ut moderate cost.
Likewise with STARTING and
LIGHTING equipment.
Anything from roplarement of a
contact point to a complete eloctrlcal
overhaul
' Btz Eieofrio Shop
12th and Faraoii Sm. SL Joucpli, Mo.
S. RoS. Battery Company
ALWAYS ON THE JOB
018 Friuiels Street. Main 2513
vv irr a Iiatt ry for (very car. Unconditionally guaianteed for
'.ii v ii V u r. pair all makes of Storage Batteries. Rupert clec
ti i ul i rvii e
Siiriirs Generators and Iglnltion Does your TorJ st irt hard' Are
it. ighii (.ul' If so sit. us. Ht rei hargo oui Macin to magnets in
la tniniiiH. like nw
Atrenta fur Tunsien t'park plug makes Hum hn AH 'Vorl. guaran
tee 1
XOSSKBS'77
IMIILIC NOTICi:
State of Missouri, County of Ru
chanan. In the matter of application of
Horace Swendson for parole.
Not.ce Is hereby given that I, Hor
ace Swendson, convicted of the crime
of forgery in the second degree. In
the County of Ruchanan, Stato of
Missouri, on the 14th day of Novem
ber, 1U19, and sentenced to 2 years'
Imprisonment In tho penitentiary at
Jcffer&on City, Missouri, whore I am
now confined, have made application
for Parole and will be given a public
healing before the State Prison Hoard
nt thi' hearing office In hald penlten-
tlnrv on the second Monday in June, '
192"). same being the 14th day of i
said month, when reas-ons In favor of
or ;iKitnt-t the granting of said parole
will be heard by said State Prison
Hoard. All persons who favor or op
pose said application are invited to
i ommunlcate with said Hoard on or
beforu wild date, giving in writing
.-ueli facts as they would have con
sider! d in this matter.
HORACE SWENDSON.
(ilG) Applicant.
Six years ago tho forces of humani
ty were ocattcred beforo tho war spir
it. Nowyttiey are slowly reassembling
and piecing together their lines ot
communication. Up to tho spring of
1914 there was over the world a
strong bond of racial consciousness
which seemed to bo strengthening,
and which was taken by many to bo
nu earnest of perpetual peace. There
was much talk of universal brother
hood. International societies for var
ious ethical culture, and philan
thropic purposes existed, and thero
was a pretty well-defined organiza
tion looking to the settlement of In
ternational disputes by arbitration or
by something akin to International
Judicial procedure. And these en
deavors were all Inclusive, No na
tionality was shut out, nor did tho
representatives of any one nation hesi
tate to co-operate with those ot any
other.
When the war madness broke loose
this' fine fabric of altruism, kindli
ness and mutual service, which had
betui generations in building, was
shattered In a few mouths, and a
i.eourge of International hatred took
Its place. To Judge that the majority
of mankind willed such a calamity is
to convict the human race of insanity.
Whatever may be the futuro ver
dict of history, the evidence is now
sufficiently clear that tho greed and
M'lfisliness of a few thrust upon tho
ninny the horrois which war entails.
The consciousness of this ought to
give foim and direction to the efforts
of restoration Just beginning. Under
the leadership of the American Red
Cross, the Red Cro- societies of tho
vorld are organizing an International
league to carry on n world work of
mercy and help. Other philanthropic
Institutions ale sending out vvurkeis
supplied with enormous .funds to ie
habilitate stricken peoples and restore
something of the comfort and pros
perity of pre-war condition. With
the lcaiilts ot such labor must como
n levival of international good feel
ing, n binding up of the wounds of
spirit and a return to reallzitlon of
kindred .Interests, hopes and longings
In the hearts of all men
But to' what avail will lie this restor
ation unless it fortifies ltM-lf against
future destiuctlon? Admitting that it
represents tho desires and the aspira
tions of a piajorlty of mankind, can
not a way be found to effect the rule
of the majority? Can not the major
ity so prepare itself as It rebuilds that
It shall be able to protect itself
against the machinations of greed and
fcelfishnes.s'and cruelty In the future?
Herein Is the basis of the true league
ot nations. Unless that league Is
founded In the good will of men of
different nations it will have no power
and little influence. Hut the determ
ined ondeavor ot all constructive
forces to protect themselves against
the olements of destruction ought to
find n way to end war. Tho best
thought of all right-minded men
should bo bent on this purpose.
Omaha World-Herald.
"Now, really, tho up-state delegates
woro not Interested In that Jackson
county row nt tho Republican conven
tion In Kansas City," said E. Q. Huff,
editor of tho Cedar County Republi
can, "and It wouldn't surprise me to
find out that they wero dragging out
that row all night Just to keep us In
tho city where wo could have straw
berries for breakfast and let the wom
en put In another day shopping. Any
way the delegates left about J20.000
moro In Kansas City."
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICF.
Notice la hereby given that Letters
of Administration, upon tho estate of
William D. James, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned, by
the Probate Court of Ruchanan
County, Missouri, bearing date of tho
7th day of May, 1920.
All persons having claims against
said esfato are required to exhibit
them to mo for allowance, within six
months from date of said letters, or
they may be precluded from nny ben
efit of such estate: and If said claims
be not exhibited within one year from
the date of the publication of this
notice, they will bo forever barred.
A true copy. Attest:
JOHN S. JAMES,
(Seal) Administrator.
Fred M. Wanger, Clerk of Probate.
F
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tor a
86
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Wc have special facilities for the proper care anil safety
of your most valuable furs.
Wc manufacture anil remake furs of all kinds.
Nic Kuehn
MANUFACTURING FURRIF.R
725-27 Francis Street Phone Main 1568
St. Joseph, Mo.
KEISTER LADIES' TAILORING COLLEGE
The best school of Its kind In tho West, where you are taught
to cut, fit and make our own clothes.
Foil Course $30.00
JO tla)8 Sew Ins Course 20.00
10 dajh Sowing Course 7.C0
THE MISSES QUANEY, Teachers
Moss IlMg., Eighth mill Edmoiul Streets. Room 0. St. Joseph, Mo.
c
n if
holds in the hollow of its hand a generous helping of INDEPENDENCE for the farmer.
It is destined to become one of the richest agricultural sections of the United States.
Land that was at one time devoted entirely to cattle grazing TODAY is carved into farms
and the newcomers already are reaping financi.-d rewards far beyond their most san
guine anticipations. Each succeeding year has increased the yield of all classes of crops,
and so well have the people of this community prospered that they enjoy luxuries that
were undreamed of before they cast their lot in this favored spot.
Sugar Beets yield 20 tons to the acre and arc easy to raise. Wyoming will soon be one
of the greatest producers of this necessary staple in the union.
The Frank Land & Investment Company is the forerunner in that locality and has choice
jections for sale.
If vou want a HAY, CATTLE, OR SHEEP RANCH, DRY, IRRIGATED OR SU
GAR BEET FARM in any size acreage WE HAVE IT, and PRICED RIGHT.
LOOK OYER THIS LIST, THEN SEE, WRITE OR CALL ON
tank MeSitiiBis m Frank
P. 0. Box 600, St. Joseph, Mo., for further particulars.
Frevtag. Jr
RIG HORN RASIN IRRIGATED
FARMS
1,001 120 Acres 12 miles from
Oreybull, Wyo a live oil town with
a population of about 2.U00 Excel
lent water right for tho enliro tract
and all can bo irrigated. At tho pres
ent time there aro SO acres under
water, excellent sandy boll with fair
improvements. Has 20 acres alfalfa.
Only 70 per acre. 2500 cash.
L002 130 Acres 12 miles from
acres; 7 n neres under water now, 40cd, and some leased land with It.
acres alfalfa, good 6-room house, jThls ranch is all fenced and wel 1m
plastered. and other good Improve- proved: first houso is within 2 to 3
ments. Can get permit for 75 head .miles trom a town of about 1500 and
of cattle. $110 per acre for 100 acres
that Is Irrigable, the 10 acre pasture
thrown in; half cash.
L009 ICO Acres 4H miles from
Wheatland, Wyo.; new 6-room
house, two story, and new barn 20 by
32. will hold 20 heod nt stock; shed
12 by 32. well 87 rut deep cased with
llrejbull, Wyo. 120 acres under '6-lnch casing from top to bottom; all
irrigration, 80 neres alfalfa, excellent i good fenced corrals, an fenced wttn
STAR TOWEL SUPPLY AND
LAUNDRY CO.
We Are Now in Our New Locitlon.
We M-o Do Rough Dry Work
1S10 Commercial Street
Phone Mtin lfi7 St Joseph, Mo.
It. A. HHRTRAM, Mgr.
Gehrs Sheet Metal Works
WAllM AIR HEATING A SPECIALTY
GRAVEL ROOFING
Tin roolinc, Kuttmnir anJ itrneral arrln
ttitural vtork, chain jiumi, wler rletuluri,
inrtal t-orimei. all lmd jf tin, copper ami
si., ri iron wurk Work done at reasonable
rhona Main SSI
Kit South 10th Street. St. Joseph, Mo.
Choice Cut Flowers
FOR AlJj OCCASIONS
Stuppy Floral Co.
OUth and Francis Street
Phonaa ISO and all
sandy loam soil, bpleudid S room
house with screened In porches. Cor
rals for 500 head cattle. Other out
liMii.iimrM witli htnhln for S horses. 14
liend horses and nil farming tools go (Terms can be arranged.
,with It for J16.000; one-half cat.h.
good
WHERE IS IT?
What Has Heeonu- of the Pluto Guts
So Plentj Heforc tho
War
One of tho most enjoyable dlver-
withln 15 to 18 miles of a town with
20,000. Placo will support several
thousand head of cattlo and sheep.
It Is In the' Rock River oil field. Price
$16.50 per acre.
LCt7 840 Acres With ono mile and
half of creek which runs tho year
around; rolling land which contains
dome nftor dome of prospective oil
land, partly broken; all fenced and
3 and 4 wires; 112 acres under irrl-crofw fenced; contains the finest corn
gatlon ditch and 48 acres paMuro and alfalfa land in this locality. Prlco
land; water rights all paid; 100 acres 130 per acre; J3.000 cash, balance 6
under cultivation. J10.000 caih. years at 6 per cent.
1.018 1,280 Acres 3 miles north of
T.ntn ISO Aerus 7 miles from Ar-I""" . "I"1"5- ." all lencea.
MI03 110 Acres 12 miles from ,.,,,., Wyo. 1)0l, hoUHO 14 oy 04, lerms, --.aou cash, balanco 10 years
lirevbull. Wyo., all tillable n'i(. bulll .hlnclo roof: nil fcnccJ nnai" " "' ""' x-nco .ii.aw per acre.
water right for nil. 75 acres under ' 100 acres are under cultivation. Price iLOll) 1.360 Acres 2 miles north of
water now. 40 acres alfalfa, good 1m- 35 ,,er BCro- Terms can bo arranged I Hillsdale. Wyo.: completely modern
provcmtiits and good soil, can get ,onc to tWu years at 0 per cent. 1 10-room house, olectrlc lights, and
Water ill houtH! irnoil hnrn. pnrrn 9
1.011 1(50 Acres 10 miles from Lar- 1 granary, garage, cement cow shed.
permit for 75 cattle, this Is a
one. $110 per oere.
I-nOl 120 Aires 10 ml'es from
(ircvbuH, Wyo., all under Irrigation,
CO acres alfalfa. JO acres ready for
spring crop, high class Improvements,
Including 0 room huure, barns, gange,
shop with 51.000 worth of tools In
cluding gas engine and feed grlndi e,
100 mixed fruit trees Fenced w.tli
10 miles from Lar
amie. Wyo.. which has a population one small houso and other outbulld
of 13 01)0: go-id 2-room house 14 by mgs, 2 miles running water, shado
n, mrge imr.i anu inner uuiuuiiuiiiBit; trees, good well and windmill, a gas
good cellar: all fenced and irrigated; 1 engine, fenced and cross fenced; will
100 acres under Irrigation. 1'rlco 35 assign 800 acres leaso to purchaser,
per acre. Terms can bo arranged. I TIiJj place has about SO acres of tho
L012 6,010 Acres Deeded land tn ' l0-' alfalfa land in the country; also
r.i 11 ,.n r.. has several acres of native hay land.
.VC 1I1I.W.. III... II. -V. ......... .....I , 1UIIV I.UUIIIJ, ... Ullll'.. IIUIII IUH1I, 1,1 eil , A W A 1. t 1
42-Inch woven wire, witli 2 extra wires ranch will handle one thousand head I ' rlc0 - "cr ""P: 0,000 cosh, bal-
on top. There is over J2ri00 worth of of cattle tho year around. Three res-I""1-" " " I'ei i-ein.
up-to-date farming tools and maehln- ervoiis for Irrigation; 8 miles of run-lL02l 640 Acres 12 miles southwest
cry. 16 head of horses, 0 head of ning watir: several water rights nat-1 of Laramie. Wvo.: unlmnrnvnd m.
Mions Just now seems to be Oie driving cows, 300 lbs. alfalfa and clover seed, ented. Four hundred acres under cul- copt 3 wire fence all around section.
,6 calves. 130 full blood chickens, 11 tlvatlon, but one-half of tho land Is This is a dandy piece of land and all
of a truck, or auto tluough some turkeys. 2 pigs, one Ford ear, 40 level and could be farmed: cuts one can bo Irrigated. It is on main grad
Fclix street plate glata window. Last buliels freed ints, 20 bushels seed thousand tons of hay; improvements cd highway and In district that tho
. . , , wheat and 10 tons nlfalfa hay. This consist of the main buildings, being iCJruat Western Sugar Ca Is trying
u..UUH v,..v ......i,, ,s jnj.il cians proposiuuu tin inu way ot log construction, i'rico ai.iju per
farmers drove post-hasto Into a pWto through. It Is splendid beet and po-lucre; $31,000 cash and balanco on
m . . tato land; In fact, will raise anything, easy terms,
glass front on that busy street, and ,.rlrv for entIr outm outlined !. ,., ,,,. . . ...
every day llko accidents occur. Then above Is only 17.500r half cash. M-o3ut K'tfttll:
when It comes to replacing tho glass ' LOOS 00 Acres 3 miles from Orey-jwvo., 3 miles from loading point;
nun, wyo, waier ngnt lor u acres ii:;uo acres under irrigation; cuts
and 80 acres can bo irrigated, 65 acres about 1500 tons of hay per year;
uu acres alfalfa. 2' 5000 acres can be irrigated, the ranch
there Is none why the scarcity?
And also when the wild and woolly under water now,
Main 1150.
N'orthwcst Corner Tenth and FroncU.
Exclusive Disiribulors
JCi:i.LV..SPRI.V(.FIFJJ) TIRI AND TUBES
9P
1rlvr ivn't linnim? lilu win- Into n "ounra wiiu miii-r uuiuuiiiiiiiK, i "ire joins it reserve HlHl is oiuy jo mucs to
driver Isn t butting his wuv into a ,, ,.,, fenced chicken tight. 100 apple another loaervo; good Improv. ments
perfectly Innocent business establish- trei s. This soli Is excellent: will raio consisting of good largo woll built
tnent a howllnir italo L'enerallv comes un'tllulK- You couldn't beat it for .house, pood born, sheds, bunk houses,
ment, u hovviinj, i,aie tmeraliy comes ud8 w aen. ha)f ca8h C1)rra,s anil uliluP outbuildings: plenty
niong and takes the Job off his hands. ,rM. ... . - ,,, , ,... !of good water. $15 per acre. Terms
L0OO 160 Acres 7 miles finm flrcy-
Wyo.: 120 neres can bo Irrl- lm" " ' "'
50 acres under Irlgatlon. 35 Purcnasr.
can bo ulmost arranged to suit the
The number of empty display window I bull
fi irt.nj nc t ll rid., hn il-.l ...1 ii,. ni.ilnil (.OICU b
, acres alfalfa; good lmpiovements, ln-IXlll 13,000 Acres About 16 miles
further disaster, is appalling. eluding house, garage, cistern. Sandy; northwest of Laramie. Wyo.; 2000
Tho proprietors of the various marts l,oarn 811' 'cu l,er ocrc; $3,000 will ncrcx rrlgated; cuts on an average of
,, . , ... ihundlo it. 1800 tons hay per year: abundant
thus afflicted aro up against the real ',.. , ..... , ., 'water sup-ply; good Improvements.
LC07 200 Acres About
thing when It comes to replacing tho frcm rsriynull. Wyo
18 miles
In Oreybull
good large house, good burns, sheds,
Cjb
out stigar beets this year. It you want
to mako somo quick money on small
investment this is your opportunity.
Prlco $20 per acre.
L022 800 Acres 18 miles southwest
of Laramie, Wyo.; good house, barn,
sheds and other outbuildings which
are necessary; about 150 acres Irri
gated. This is a good place for a
stock man. Prlco $35 per acre.
A Colorado Special
L020 11.400 Acres 25 miles south
east of stock yards, Denver, Colo.;
about 1.000 acres under cultivation,
300 now in fall wheat, about 200
acres alfalfa, 2 seta of Improvements
with good corrals, blicls, a 200 ton
silo capacity; plenty running water
In every pasture; wheat went 14
bushels to tho aero last year; very
dry the year before but wheat averag
ed 18 bushels to the acre, 90 acres ot
volunteer. PrlcB $27.50 per acre:
GIRLS
From 16 to 25 years old, to
take up the interesting and
pleasant work of telephone
operating, experience unne
cessary; good pay from the
start ; frequent increases
with excellent opportunity
for advancement to higher
positions. Siirrou ndings,
rest and lunch room facili
tiesruib;otherworking con
ilitions'Tircthe best. Apply
Operator's Training Dept,
Southwestern Bell Telephone
116 So. 7th. St.
iu, in iireynuiii ... ,..... 1 . ., , ,., , vuiunieer. iniH al.ou lie
. . .. ... . . iHt..,. ...nn... too , .. i.,. ii i.uiiui.1 uuun. iiuu?in, uw itniiinu niiuir. ,,. r .. . i. . ,, -. .;
smasneu crystals, which prompts us,""i ."tv, .oy -'v- un uu '' uarace. nil fiineed This tdaco is in '"'""s -u iur inn eaon, mm uu biock
Kuieo, nun nuiei riKin nr uu acres, th i:0r, nf ,i, ,, ,iiriet . their ium implements can oe oougui wiin
1r. nnriut nn.lnr unlr n.nu f.n ....I1"11 IlOart Or 1116 Oil UlStriCt, OS they ,,,
meekly to inquire why there Isn't ny
plate, to speak of. In tho open market.
The samo question has b'Hm asked
and howlod and sung ubout sugar,
trim paper, gasoline, etc., etc.
Is some thrifty person hoarding
plate glass, even as oil wells havo
1 ten capped, und paper and sugar
stored away for futuro market pricoaT
Surely plate glass can bo manu
factured in sufficient quantities to
meot America's prcbeiW building pro
gram without stripping every s;urca
ut eupply to the bone.
And what fun can the enthusiastic
Joy-Urlver havo when there aren't any
mora display windows to drivo
through?
What will the gentle Missouri
zephyrs have to look forward to, we
abk?
i ..-in. . .i.i . -
.. ... .. i ii ii. iirimiii. mi iiiih ii'iri in linn Tii.ini.
annua, t.-room house with otner lm- , .v," :..?.,. .r,. V Y r. .Yi,. .
provemenu such as stables, ico house. .ITtaVL "T-n ,.; ?n if i?
etc This Is a good ranch and can be ""erlvfrt..uh ''T.." :.ali ,?fi R.laCu
nurchnaed for $70 ner aero- ono.hilf ,can l0 leased ay time to rellablo oil
casli ononalr operators. The Midwest company has
I made an offer for one section alono
!jiit lou Acres z miles from the or $5, oho cash bonus and one
'? i ranch.
new town of Hurllngton', Wyo., and 'eighth 'royalty: the land Is nn invest- Jr.'J.rIal8-S?',.tlnA.mKr? ,!!i'5"
miles west of Oreybull. on tho ment that the public has an oppor-1 tl-Pi t YS ,?n ? r- 1 1
20
Hench; water right for all and all un-ltunlty to Investigate It will pay you
der Irrigation; 80 acres alfalfa; all to Investigate this placo before pass
fenced and excellent boll. This Is a'lng It up $15 per ncre: bout $75,000
good placo at $00 per acre, one-half
eaali.
L008 120 Acres 12
Oreybull, Wyo; 110
miles from
acres can b
cash, balanco 3 to 5 years.
L01O 24,000 Acres In Albany Coun
ty; lavs along the main line nf U.
P railroad. Lincoln Highway runs
irrigated, and has water right for 110 (through It, about 2000 acres irrlgat-
A NE1IRASKA HAROAI.V
L015 15,000 Acres In Western Ne
braska, 14 miles from good town
and loading point; place Is well Im
proved in overy way; House, barn and
$10,000.
acres sub-
Irrigated land on place; all crops can
bo raised on place, making It '
a combination cattle and farm
ing ranch. There aro 200
acres of alfalfa now on tho place that
will produce three cuttings a year.
This is a good place for a man to
mako some quick money at tho smalt
price of $25 per acre.
Frank Land & Imstifi
ent Co.
Suite 516-17 Hynds Bldg., Cheyenne, Wyo.
Holt County Agent: W. F. VANCE, Mound City, Mo.
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