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siiM'kpms ,,, $ no
Vlour (null) looimuuiU Ji "0
Na3T Hcsii. .-. , 4
Onions pr bmilicl 40
lrlh potato (old ). ,.NKW AO- CO
-ti-tt Potatoes i.t
llicen Apples rwr buthrl 23 -M
Oricd A pilrn. lb
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Hrl;-1 I'mcliH, lb 5
Imnlpi .. 40
.tltif , 11
I utters ;,, 14
'true , 8 y,
fl:troo.,., ,, 12
llama , , 14
Lard 10 11
virghum , la
t.rrfii Hides.. .,
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liiw'K Wax... . , '.
all per barrel II ai
Wool Ni. 1 -u
" Tub Wmhrd No.l .12
" No. 2 iS
Vnatlifis , , oil
l'lT.1119 , uv;
Wheat. .OjTpor btwhcl.
For Sate Top buggy Apply at
this office adv
Four room house,
1 block from dopot
3poe.ini Ico (Jrenni at Dr. Meyers
Drug Store Sunday. adv
The two-month old child nf Kdw.
Samples, died Wednesday night
and was buried TliHisdny.
The Modern Woodman will givo
a dance at their hall Tuesday night
Oct. 8. Admission 35 cents, ndv
St. Louis Dairy Co's. guaranteed
Ice Cream. Best by every test at
Lanuing's Ding Store. adv
Mrs. Laura Watson Allen, wife n
Alliert O. Allen, editor of tan New
Madrid Record and ex-stale midilor,
died at her home in New Madrid on
Thursday, September 'JO'th.
Millers Ico Cream at
adv Eaoi.k Bakery.
The Gauseman Amusement Co..
.! i i ti
:wlu,.u m m uie
uooii .HKHiineii . hi win appear,
in different theatrical productions
throughout tin winter.
FOR SALE: A horse in it's
third year. Joseph N. Simon, adv
On tho first page of this 'issue
will be found the Constitutional
Amendments to bo voted on at
the November election, as ordered
published by Hio Secretary of State
Fountain Soda, ice cold at
Lanning's Drug Store. adv
The largest pecan crop siuco
1906 is being threshed in this vi
cinity. Tho market prico is ex
ceedingly good. Walnuts and
hickory nuts aro also plentiful.
OmpletC Illie Of,
out prices at Rozier's.
John Grieshnber and wife re
turned from St. Louis with their
little daughter, who has been in a i
hospital tor the past two months
being treated. Mr. Grieshaber is
Section foreman at Zoll.
Millers Ice Cream at
ndv Eaoi-k Bakeky.
H. A. Wontworth, of Boston,
Treasurer of tho company which
owns the Cornwall copper mines in
this county, mado visit to tho
mines Tuesday. He was a accom
panied by his wife.
Mrs. M. Kern, tho Mnin Rtrpt Mil.
liner was in St. Louis Tuesday mid ' composed of Democrats, Repub
purchnsed a comp!tH stock of upto'iclins, IU1(1 ihx Mot)sors. Mr.
ilf.tH fall millinery. Dou't fail to on , , . , tl , . ..'
and see them. McKinley explained the Roptiblt-
.,. cnn pintfonn, critizcl,tho Demo-
I nm prepared to give my cus- orats but wo do not think he
tumors tho boat servico, a high-1 gained ninny votes as the people
class grade of wines, cigars, and j of Ste. Genovieve County mo en-
cno nest ami cheepest grades of
Bottle und kog boor,
Wo anticipated when wo statec
Attorney Mahoney had gono to
St. unuxt for tlio winter. Mr
.Mahoney wont to place his son
in -ohool and returned Monday.
.Mix. Muhouoy i v ill remain with
Felix a fovv weeks..
Millera loo Uream at
ndv Eahi.i: Rakerv.
Prices on Cloth i ng
cut, deeper than ever
during our closing-;
User's Cash Store.
" I 4 .111 I
llozier's are still
paying the highest
market-price for pro
duce in cash.
Hon. W. L. Jlenpley Democratic
Nominee for re-election to Con
gress from thin District will speak
in this county October 17, 18 and
19th. Mr. Hensloy is nn ablo
speaker and all who possibly can
aliould hear him.
For Sale: 5 fine Uumshire
marked boars, and one line Hani-shiro-marked
sow, when weaned,
adv LL C. FITZKAM.
The Ladies Huilding Fund Society
will give a euchre at the I'arnehial
School Hall in this city on Thurs
day, October 10. at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon. Everybody earnest
lyrequested to coinonud assist in a
Woodrow , Wilson, Democratic.
Candidate for President will speak
jat the Coliseum jn St Louis Wed
nesday,' October Uth
Attention: Tho Wilson-Ma
jor Club will meet at their head
quarters on the Southeast Corner
of 3rd and Merchant, Saturday
night at 8 p. m.
Tho marriage of Miss Clara
Hoyer. daughter of Jules Hoyer,
and Hoy Jones, ook place in
Fnrmington, Wednesday, Sept 25.
Rev. Father Hrinkninn ncrfni'innd
the ,.oremoiiv, Tho y0nn folUs
will reside in Bonne Torre.
We still have a
good line of Shoes
left. Prices lowerthan
ftozier's Cash Store.
Judge James II Graham of
Illinois, a democrat will speak at
the Court Hous6 to-night(Friday)-.
Judge Graham is an able speaker
and a tliiirnni'li mililienn mill iu
. " ' '
the man who ..an explain the poll-
f!ofl, :.: if j( i
Byery good Democrat will be there,
and cordial invitafion is extended
everybody. Ladies are invited to
I have returned to Ste. Geno
viovo whore I hope to remain the
remainder of my life? I am located
in the Rozier- Building opposite
Fitzkam's barber shop on Market
street. I am prepared to repair
watches, clocks and sewing "ma
chines. I conic asking a part of
adv F. W. GEER.
All speoiid scenery and mt'chatiicoJ
effects including the fatuous New
v,.i, u..i.,. .. c,,n t i...
rret Brooklyn Bridge urn carried by
the "A Pair of Country Kids" Com-
pauy at the Opera Housh next Sunday,
Oct. (i. The piny is on tho order of
''Way Down East" and is now in its
fourth year of success, It's worth
your while to t-iko advantage of this
opportunity and do not make a mis-
take, but see this groat play
Why not pick up
some of these good
bargains while they
Kozier's Cash Store.
John C. McKinley Republican
candidato fur Governor of Mis
souri spoko at the Armory Tues
day afternoon to a small audience
tliusiastio for tho olection of At
torney General Mujor tho busi
ness jnan and fanner's friend.
Dunker's Studio is
now located on second
floor Of the building
formerly occupied by
the Hinch & Douglass
Men Wanted: To work in
timber, by day contract . or piece
work at Flinton, III. 4 tiples from
Sto. Genovievo Good price paid
for cutting ties, cord-wood, piling,
logs and clearing. Hoard accoino
dationn; ntpo material furnished
for whacks for men with families,
2 years work. Call on or write,
Donald A. Heuky, Alodoo, 111,
Try Dr. Meyers
A Wilson Major Club was or
ganized in this city last. Saturday
night at the Com t House. A large
number of Democrats were pre
sent. Tho meeting was called to order
by Chairman ot the Democratic
Committee F. E. Hindi, who act
ed as temporary chairman of the
organization! with Judge Huck as
After several addresses by prom
inent Democrats of this city, per
manent oflicers were elected as fol
lows: Wm. P. Huck, Pres.; J.
M. Mahoney. V. P.; C. .). Stan
ton V. P.; Thos. H. Stranghun,
V P.; Miles Petrequiu, V. P.; Ed-
ward Moreau, Secretary, Joseph
A committee composed of Dr.
Hindi, Jules Petrequiu and C. J.
Stantou wore appointed to draft
Ry-Laws for tho organization.
It was ordered that tho Exccu
tivo Committee rent a hall to bo
known as tho Wilson-Major Head
Tho Hall on 3rd and Merchant
streets was rented, and the next
meeting will bo held Saturday
We are selling;
Rozier's Cash Store.
At tho regular meeting of the
Knights of Columbus in this city
last Wednesday night omcers were
elected and the first degree ex
emplifled. An oyster supper wiu
served after the meeting. The fol
lowing officers wore elected: Jos
II. Rchm, G. k.; Wm. Huck, I),
G. K; Ed. Wehner, Fin. Sec'y; F
Rosier, Treas,; G. Anton Reich,
Rec. Sec'y; W. R. Wilder, (Mian
eollor; A. Okenfuss, Warden; H.
G. Ilertich, Lecturer; Jos. Drury,
Advocate; Inside Guard J. Oberle;
Outside Guard, H. Boyer; J
Kocttinir, Trustee; Rov. Father
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank all those
who assisted during the illness and
death of my wife and our dear
mother; nlso thanks for the beauti
ful floral offerings, and to tho K,
'of P. Lodge for their kindness,
adv John W. Shaw and Family
A Lo On The Track
of the fast express menus serious
trouble ahead if not rolmived, so does
loss of appetite. It means lack of vi
tnlily, lo-;s ofslreatrth and nerve weak
ness. If appetite fails, take Klectrie.
Bitters quickly to overcome the enuse
I) v toning up the stnimich mid curini;
tho indigestion. Mielinel Ilesslieiun'r
of Lincoln. Neb., luid been sick over
three years, but six bottles of dec-trie
Bitters put him right on his feet ugain.
They have helped llioiiniuds. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Ouly 50 cents at It. W.
The Armory is one of the larg
est and most comfortable halls in
Southeast Missouri. It. has stage
and scoiiery capabln of accomoda
ting first-class theatrical troop.
Such a playhouse should be a pride
to tlio community in wuch it ik
located and receive the proper
patronage to make tho houso a sne
ers this coming season. The
management has secured tho -Lact.
comedy drama entitled "A Pair of
Country Kids," for the bill Sun
day night. Tho troop comes hero
well recommended and should
draw a crowded liou,se. If you
don't patronize tho shows wo can't.
expect such u play houso to bo
conducted in this city.
To the wifo of Albert Doiue, of
Woingarteii, Sept. 2"), a sonv
To the wifo of Richard Gritlier,
of St. Mary Sept 2o a son.
To the wifo of Frnnk Pratte, of
St. Mary, Sopt 9 a sou,
To tho wife of E. S. Laubaugh,
of St. Mary Sept 27 n son.
Saved By His Wifo.
She's a wise woinnn who know just
what to do when her husband's life in
iu tlaiitfor, but Mm. H. J. Flint, Hrain
tree. Vt., U of that kind. "Bho ii
sistcil on nsinu' lr. Kinu'f New Dis
covery," writes Mr. V. "for a dread
fid coiikIi, when I was so weak lay
friend nil thought I linil only a short
tlinn to live, and it completely cured
me." A quick cure for couch and
noldp, tit's the most HH.fi) and rcliuhlo
medicine for many thront ami lung
trouble urip, bronchitis, croup,
whoopintr cough, quins.v, tousilitis,
hfliaoirhnifos. A trial will convince
you. 60 fts. and 1.00. Guaranteed
iy R. W. Liinniinr. adv
Win. Stckinann of K nosier and
LouNe liogcninillcr daughter of
Leo Ilogcniiiiller of Spiott wore
married at tho Catholie church at
t . .A f 1 t... I I
jiuwiunccuin vjcimjui ih uy nv,
Father Udi. Tho witnesses woro
Ohas. Sickinan and Chas. Ilofjcn-
inillcr and Misis 1 illie Ilogcn
iiiiller and Clara Kiruhner.
Married at the Catholic church in
this city on Wednesday morning.
October 2, 1912. August A. Hu-
ber and Miss Annio G. Vallo,
daughter of Joseph Vallo, Rov.
Father van Tourcnhoift olliciat
ing. Tlie witnesses to tho cere
mony woro Frank Vallo and Miss
Anna Otto. Tlio young couplo
will make their future homo in
Fcstus whore tho groom is in bus
At her homo Monday, Sept. 30,
at 9:30 p. in., after a lingering ill-1
ness, Julia Margaret. Shaw, be
loved wife of JolnjjW. SJ-itw and
dear mother of Hw. Win. Oberle,
Mrs. Leon Vorst, and Mises Anna
and Myrtle Shaw.
Mrs. John Shnwfnoe Julia Mar
garet Houck, was born in this city
January 8, 1857. She was the
daughter of the late Mr. and .Mrs.
Nicholas Houck. She was first
married to Damiau Andre, who
died about 33 years ago. Two
children were born, Mrs. Win.
Oberle and Mrs. Leo Vorst. Nine
years after the death of her first
husband she was married to John
W. Shaw, to which union two
diildern were horn, Misses Anna
and Myrtle Shaw.
Henry Knaniui, of St. Louis,
was here and acted as pall bearer.
Mr. Kiianini was a dhse friend of
the deceased and lijado his first
Communion with her, was grooms
man at her wedding to John Shaw,
and stood as Godfather for Miss
Anna Shaw, oldesti daughter of
The funeral took place from the
Catholic church Wednesday after
noon and the. remains were interred
at Valle Spring ceniPtery.
Rose Cecilia Bogy, died in St.
Louis, Saturday, Sept. 28, at. the
age of 8 years, with hcArt disease.
Tho remain were brought to
the residence f its grandfather,
JohirBtiroh, i"Chis city Saturday
evening. Tln funeral ocenred
from the Catholic church Sunday
Rose Cecilia was the daughter of
Felix Bogy and wife, formerly of
Felix Bogy and children, and
Miss Emily Bogy attended the tun
Entered into rest. Sunday, Sept
ember 29, 1912, at 8H5 p. m.,
Robert G. Campbell, beloved hus
band of Mario Menard Campbell,
father of Robert, V., Viola G.,
Russell and Mario Campbell, at
the ago of 73 years.
Funeral from family residence,
3834 Cook ave., on Wednesday,
October 2, to " Christ Church
Cathedral. Interment private.
The Mascotts, long distance rid
eis passed through this city Tues
day, enroute to Sun Francisco.
After the trip to San Francisco and
loturn to their starting point,
Grand Rapids, Mich., the riders
will have covered a distance- of
10,000 miles. The couplo have
made 070 miles in 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Mascott wero
dressed in western stylo, with the
kakbia clolhing, sombrero bats
nucl red liitudkerchiels. The ma
cbino they ride la an old style ta
dein. The long and difficult trip is be
ing mnde in an endeavor to capture
the World's long distance bicycle
record and to win two gold medals.
From this city tho crinplo wont
to Capo Girardeau, and thence by
the extreme Soul born states and
across the state of Texas into Cali
fornia where they will spond a few
weeks. They will return by way
of the Great American Desert.
Mr. Mnecott 1ms in his posses
sion a book 'containing the signa
tures of the different Governor.
Senators ami Mayor's ol the dif
fereut places they have
Mrs. Mascott is tho only woman
who now holds a diamond medal
for having walked from Now York
City to Los Angeles, (Jul., in 171
days. Tho medal was presented. at tunded tho MoICinley speech at
to hot- by the New York pupors. 'tho Armory Tuesday uftornoon.
Mrs. Martha Vogt spent Sun
day in St. Louis.
H. I). Vogt spent Monday and
T , ; gt ,j((uirt
Judge P. II, Huck and wife
visited St. Louis this week.
Mis- Augusta Roliin left for
St. Louis Monday morning.
Will Ac tiff of Chaffoo was a
visitor in our city WedncMlay.
ItHopli N. Simon and wife woro
St. Mary's visitors Wednesday.
IliN-ris Ziegler of St. . Louis
is visiting his aunts in this oily.
Mrs. Julia Doolin is spending
this week with relatives at Elvins.
T. A. Bryan was a passenger
on the Frisco for St. Louis Tues
day. Andrew Biork spent Thursday
and Friday with Ins parents in
Mrs. Phil Evduiann and child-
rot; arc visiting her parents near
V. .1. Ditnhcr and wife were
fnneeiijjor-u.iii the Frisco for St.
Frank Prat to of St. Mary's
'pent -evcral liouis in Sto. Gcne
yievo lat. Saturday.
Martin Soxauer of HonnnTerru
was a hto. Geuevieo visitor the
early part of tho week.
Charlcj C. .lokcrnt wife and
little daughter, Lucille, spent
Thutxlay in St. .Marys.
Francis Roziorand .loin. Walker
returned from Cape Girardeau
in nn automobile Monday.
Mrs. Caleh Smith arrived here
front Sikeston to visit her parents
.Mr. ami Mix. A. II. Clark.
Misses Eniniu and Olivia Gries
haber of St. Louis aro visiting
relatives in rite. Geneviovo.
Dr. John Falk of St. Louis
.spent, Sunday and Monday with
relatives in Ste. Geneviovo.
E. P. Hovoiie, wife and little
daughter Mai gory spent sevoial
days of this week in St. Louis.
Mrs. Sophi6 Did spent the early
part of tho week in Chaffee visit
ing her niccu Mrs. Guy Paxton.
Misses Anna Kern ami Anna
Sehweiss tut t Thursday morning
for a visit to relatives in St.
Mihscs Elizabeth Glasor and
EHie Vogt returned homo Tues
day night from a visit to St.
Mi';?. Henry G- Roliin who hns
been spending two weeks in St
Louis returned homo Tuesday
Mrs. Frank X. Muck of r,t.
Louis attended the funeral of her
nephew Edgar Suchcr in this city
Afij (',,,; 'uwrlne iloivi . r ml
lUlsH UOIIIine jlOglOl (ICpattCIl
Thursday ittoiuing for St. Louis
to visit her brother Joseph U.
Zieglur ami family.
MNs Zou Ro.ier returned home
Monday from an extended visit
to her friend Mrs. Oamillo Cor
bet of Now Madrid.
Mrs. E. I). Vogt who has been
visiting relatives iu Commerce re
turned to her homo iu this city
Mrs. George Steigle and daugh-
J tors Mivse'i Allele and (iertrudo
.... i . ,
tiro VISItlllg relatives ami lriClldSi
iu St.. Louin this week.
Mrs. Therein Hollo who has
been viMtiug rolativos in our c.itv ,
. n . . . 1
It'll. Mil IICI 11(1 1 1 IU 111 Ob. i-lUUIS
last Saturday ovoning.
Mrs. 1). S. lliiukius and child
ren returned homo last Saturday
evening fronv a several weeks
visit to relatives in St. Louis.
.mis. fioim I'd. loiierson ar
rived hero from (iianitevillo Sat-
'unlay and left Sunday morning
for bur homo at Caruthei'nvillo.
Mm. Margaret Wauohiiuehek of
r l : I I . .. ..
minim icirt: urn vim licit! nils
this week to spend thu winter
with her daughter Mrs. Oicar
Mi. -a Edith Roberts returned to
her homo at Capo Girardeau lust
Saturday after spending a few
days with friends in Sto. Geno
viovo. Mrs. J. Hathaway and Mtv.
C. C. Roberts of Chester, III.,
woro tho guests of Will Hath
away and family of our city tho
early part of tho week.
Pratto Ro.iior enmo up from
Perryyillo Sunday and rutin nod
- Monday morning with his family
who Juki boon vi.siting Mrs. Uo
zior'n parents of thU city.
T. n. Whitledge, Ed. Sehaaf,
K. S. Lawbaugh, Jr.. Walter
Sohaaf and S. Colo of St. Mary's
- A E M O R Y -
&TJEZIj&rsr, OCTOBER Otla
oarx: big bight only
EIGHTH SUCCESSFUL YEAR
A PAIR OF COHNTRY KIDS'
A.COiMEDY DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS
INTRODUCING TWO OF AMERICA'S FORE
MOST COMEDY CHARACTERS
Not A Dull Moment In The Play. Don't Miss It
Prices IS, 8S cljolcL SO Cents
Reserved seats on salo at MEYER'S and Rl'TLEDGE'S Drug Stoic
Truster a Sal.
WHKItKAH, Ilorth Hnumnn nn.l H.Uhlnn llu
m.in, lili wife, liy tlivlr ccruln deed o tru.t,
iliitoil the mil ilny of Pubriuir Mil. lio
lin: leconli-il In tlio Hooortli-r'Hoilli-e of Hto,
Untutviova County. MIiourl. In llmik 70. at
imirtt K)?i! coiivuypd to .Tutor 11. Huel:, oh .
triiKtcotlifl fulliiwIuK' il))urllrai,-runt' oatntc
olttiHte, lylnir aatl bnlnR In th Cofinty ot ,
Ste. Ortiurluve unit Stute ot Mlnsonrl, towlt i i
All Hint part of tbi 8. K. 1-1 of Hue. 13. Twn. i
S7. X. line. 7 K. Mllrvfivpil hm follnwNlltftL'-ln nl
n point on llio H. tMa of the no-called I'l.uik
uomi. s. 8. ineiiH. niKtunt from tlm.N. i;. cur.
ner of n:il(l H. H. S. K. 1-4 Sec. 13, Twp. 37,
N. Itnit. 7 K. put a roek for cornor from wlilcli
n Illnck Jack 8 in. Iioam S. Vtu. K. 29 1-2
llnkH (llBlnnt. ami a ltl.ick oak liearx S. 7S
Dec. W. W llnkn llft: tlionce .iloui: sulci
eianK ro.in v. n nuu. w. 3.is en. to n reek
for corner) thdnui H. 3.16 cIih. to a rook for
corner; thunct H. tti Dpjt. B. 3.1t chs. to a
rock for com r j thunco X. 3.16 uns, to tho ho
KlnnlnK coriiur. contatnlnK one ncrti, snnui
lamlconrpyed to Philip Stnal liy .nton Waller
ct at., liy tlpcj anil rccorilixl In llook 'i7,l'aKt'
339 of Lam! Itfconl of Stn. (lentvlov Conn-,
ty. Mo. AlHoall that part of H. W. 1-1 of Hoc. i
in, i n p. ait cit it. k, ii. Hurvcyod as follnwH:
lluk'iu at tho N. K. corner of tho onto r.r-e
nliovo (luorlhccl, which natd aero U a pan of
tho H. 12. 1-4 of S. K. 1-1 Hoc. 13, Twp. 37. N.
Hue. 7, K. I.vlntr on tho S. lilo ot Plank roail,
whero tho line. Ilex between UiuiKei 7 and 8,
croiH th Plank ro.nl; thenco' runnlnir a. C3
Dei;. H,t ch.aml II Ik, ton corner! thenco
B. 12 ileir. W. 3.PI oh. to ii eornorj thunco N.
M ilcir. W. to tho ranifo lino 17 lk.. that li
Inu tho S. 13. cornor of tho nfQrcsalcl ono
acre tract! thenco N. With tho Rntr. line 3.IC
oh. to tho pcKliinlnir Cor, contnlnliii: about
2.1-100 of an aero. And Is tho Hamo land con
voyed to. lacob Harku by I'redorlol: Thee
dorn Hermann anil Hophla Luulntlu Her
man his wife by deed dated April 12tU, IK91
and recorded In Land Record Hook in, patre
Which unld conveyance was mado In troitt
to nocuro the payment of ono pioinluaory
note In anld trust deod described; and
whereas, by tho trmH of H.tld deed ot truat
ivilil notols p.ift due and roniains unpaid;
nnd whoreaa, Petor H. H lick, tho truatoo
named lunald deed of trust, has rofused to
net In carrylntr out tho provlilons in said
deed, deltated to him as such trustee, and
under the provisions of satd deed, as pro
vided for, of the refusal of tho triutoo there
in named to net, the (then) iictliiK aherllT of
Hte. ncnovlove Oounty, Jllssourl, at tho ro
Uiiust of tlio legal holder of said noto may
proceed t soil tho property herein beforo
Now, thereforo at the request of tho local
holder of raid intte. and In pursuanco of tho
provisions of said deed of trust, tho tindur
slcnod Shorin of Hto. rNenavlovo Oounty,
Missouri, is trustee, will on
Saturday, October 5th, 1912,
betwoen tho hours of nluo o'clock In tho
foronoon and five, o'clock In tho afternoon of
that day, at tho front door of tho court houso
In tho Htild Oltv of Hto. OeniivlnvH. s.ild Ste.
Oplievlevo Comity, Mlsuourl, suir at public
amotion to tho blithest bidder tor cash, tho
abuvo described real estato to satisfy said
note and costs of executing this trust. '
THOMAB 1). STIUUQIIAN Sheriff,
Sept. 14. 1012.
Order of Publication.
STATE OK MIfiSOUni f
County of rite. Oenevlove ( BS
Lucy St. Gem Plaintiff "1
Oustavus W. Bt. Oem and Mary i
Ht. Oem Kmlth and OeoiKO Ore- .'
icory Smith, hor husband '.
Now at this day comes tho plaintl J, bv at
torney anil Hies hor petition and atlldavlt, al-
a"ts, Oustavus W. fit. Oem, Mary Bt. rjem
'amiti, and Ooorco Oiesory Smith aro non-
luKiiiif muling uiniir iami:a mat mo iicrcnil
roHldcnta nf tho Statu of Missouri, mil thif
tho ordinary process ol law cannot ho nerved
Whereupon It Is ordered by tho Clerk of
this Court, in vacation, that said dufonil.tnto
ho no tilled by publication that plaintiff, ban
commenced an action acnliiMt thorn by putl
tltlon in this Court the object ami Kanernl
nature of which Iu to sell for tho ptirposo of
partition the following described rual es
Tho Wt fractional one half of the South
west one tpinrtor of soctlon twonty In town
ahlp thirty elKht north of raiise nlno oast,
nnd of the southeast franctlonal quarter nnd
tho cast one half of the southwest fractional
inartor of fractional section twenty in town
ship thirty elk'ht north of ranice nlno oast
containing ono hundred and forty Jlvo ncren,
more or less, Hltuatcd In tho county of Hto.
Oonevlevo, State of Missouri, und that un
less stild defendants bo and appear at this
court, at tho next reculnr April Term there
of, to bo bveiin and holdcu al tho Coutt
Houso in tbo City of Ste. Oonevlevo, County
of Rte. (lenevWivc nnd Statu of Missouri, on
mo zitn uavot April mis.noxt, and on or bo
ii., ,iiu mi :,jr ui siiiu lerni.auswer orpioau
to tho petition In said cuno,tbonauie nlll ho
ihkoii as contesseii, anu judKOiuent will be
of bo published accordltiir to law In tho Run
Ann ii is mriner oniereil tuat a copy hnro-
M10 puntynf sto. aeueviovo, statu of mis.
sburl, for four weeks suceosslvely tho last
i'uvy a newspaper puniiched and printed In
lusurtlon to be at least thirty days before
tho commencement of tho said term of
Done In vncatlon October l, mil.
WM. I'. 11UCX. Clerk.
A true copv of the record.
Witness my band nnd tho seal of
:8nit.: the Clicult Court of Sto. Oene-
" vlee, Oounty. Missouri, this 1st
day of October 1312.
W. P. HUCK. Circuit Clerk.
October 5, 1012
Shuriff T. 1L Straugnan nnd
wifo of this city and James L.
Struiighan and Gone Thurman
and wives of near Farmini'tDn
attended the Stato Fair at Sedolia
Mrs. Walter Coervor returned
to hor homo nt Valmoyei, III.,
Monday after spending a fv
thiys with her parents iu this city.
Miss Irma Siebort uccotiipiinictl
Mrs. Harbarn Figgo, Mrs. ,Io?m
Figgo and children and Mrs,
Thcodoio Roth and uhihliun who
have been visiting Hernard Huck
ami family left lad Suntlny for
fi.r.;.. 1........ :.. l)........ 'p...
Mrs. ..!). Elk-it and daughter !
Mi-- Winnie of Arkabutla, Miss., '
VIIUM IIIJIIMl III WIIIIIIU 4.17IIIT.
passed through I1010 Weilnosday
011 their way to Farmington to
visit her brother -Mr. Naco Turloy
and family. Mr. Turlcy met
them in Sto. Genevieve
Among those who attended tho
funeral of Mrs. John V. Shaw 1
from away wero: CIiub. Uuuok
'anil wifo and Otto Ilogontniller
A FINE LINE OF
Just Received at
MRS. M. E. KERN
The Main Street Milliner
Everybody is invited to call
and inspect her new up-to-dalo
Stock of Millinery. Prompt,
attention will be given to nil
Tnst Received a
FlaSTIi NE LINK
And invito tho public to call
and inspect, our up-to-date line of
Fall Millinery nnd othor notions.
All our visitors will be treated vritJi
Bader - Shaw Milliney
E. J . B A.UMAN
Has a Fine Line of
Suitable for Wedding pre
sents and Birthday rcmcm
MAIN STR. JEWKLEll
FALL TERM BEGINS
mm, mm u
Theoretical Courses in
Music including Harmony
and Strict Counterpoint will
and wifo of Prairio du Rocher,
Mrs. Eli Guentert, Mrs. Louiso
Amiti', Mrs. E. ,L Kalkmau and
Fred and Henry Knamm of .St.
Louis and Mis Ella RodgeVs of
$100 Rkwakd, $100.
Tho rosders of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that thcru is at least
one dreaded disease Hint seieiue ins
been able to cure in all its stupes, find
that is Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh C1110
is the only positive cure now Known iu
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Cure is taken internally, acting dfroct
ly upon the blood mid ninconi sarru
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tl.n t-, I...! I' .1... .1! ' l'
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tors have so niucli faith in its eiirativo
powers that they offer Ono Hundred
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Address : F, J. CHENEY1 & CO.,
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Takii Hall's FainiU Pills for const!
Tho famous comedy drama" A Pair
f Oount,y KM" tumn.8 ,i,h m,lK oE
,,,um"n n',turo a"'1 "u " hrmibt vory
oloso to liuinniiity without its up-to-
date civilized frill, without its fashion
subdiiiid by ilisfimilHtioa, with nll its
faults nnd sgmo of iu Wees. Thu
Hcntimouts 1110 pmc, clean and wlmln
snmi) with a constant rouumler ot
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just a stispiuion of moisture toahmivoa
at times, Utunonibor the dute, atiwiay
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