Corzine Collection Agency
Sue for Small Sums in Jersey County Courts A suit has been filed In Justi •• Court by Marcus Ryan, proprietor of Ryan's news stand, ot .lerseyvllle, to collect a bill of 45 cents from George Kadel. for a St. Louis newspaper su u - Bcrlption for the month ot April, 1920. The suit was filed by Murray V. Corzine, of the Corzlne Collecting Agency, and will be tried In Judge Arthvr Thatcher's court on Friday morning. T' 'a suit breaks all previous lawsuits In Jersey county, the previous record suit being for 52c, brought by the War Drug store against Clay Massey on Sept. 10, 1923. It is said this bill was for medicine bought four years ago by Masscy, who at that time was a resident of Jerseyville. Si'assey is Bow living In Granite City and it was Impossible for Corzine to servo notice on him until one day f j summer when he visited his Jersey county farm. Judgment was obtained for thn Ware store and Massey paid the 52 cents and coats, niak ing, a total ot ?4.22.