W? Have decided to hold an Annual Sale in order tonvnid
Roods becoming shopworn and soiled from continuous handl
ing, also to place us in a position to servo our patronis with
new and up-to-date Roods.
The first Animal Salo of the Farmers Supply Co.
will begin October 28tli and continue, throughout the.
week, terminating Saturday, November 2nd.
It is our aim to offer at this, our first Salo. bargains
that have boldom been equalled and never excelled in this
We urge that you and your friends visit our store daily
and bo convinced.
Tho bargains oflforeuAwill exceed your most sanguine ex.
pectations as well as surprising and astounding the most
skeptical. One sale that will bo remembered by all who
visit our store.
Items sold at big reductions as goods must bo sold out
to make room for our jjew line.
Articles on sale includes etPire hue nt Men's
ings. Hats, Shirts, Woolen Goods, Silks, Mulls,
Serges, Sateens, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Holts, Calicoes, Ging
hams, Domestic's, I'lunnette's,!' leece-Lincs, Lawns, Hosiery,
Shoos, Laces iiud .Embroideries, Tablt) Covers. Suit Cases,
Uranitu and Tin Wares, Queenswnres. Also many other
articles too numerous to mention,
HSOlTL't F1 ail to -A.-ttox3LC3.
Thanking yon in advnnco for past favors and awaiting
your future, patronage.
FARMER'S SUPPLY CO.
Circuit Court Docket.
Monday, October 'J8th
Frank Meyers vs. St. L. & Snn
Fi nucisuo Railroad, damage.
.1. V. Coniaii vs. Bert Kami, mini-
.1. P. Lasswill &, Co. vs. National
Handle Co., dnmnges.
Iliiiimclburgcr, Harrison Liuubur
Co., vs. Samuel Dallas, mandato.
.lanies R. Brewer vs. L. L. Collin's
and It. L. Ward, suit Cor fee.
.lames It. Brewer vs. L. L. Collin's,
suit for fee.
Tuesday, October 2!).
Hnilly Carron vs. Tlios. K. Carron,
K. T. Reach Gen. Mgr. Ntl. Life
Ins. Co. vs. W. K. Milho Defd. 0. M.
Selmll Inter,, appeal .1. I'.
Henry S. Kulun vs. Fred Hureh,
suit on account.
Bank of Stc. ncimvie.wi vs. Cliffdale
Lime Co.. suit on note.
0 T. Dittman & Co. vs. A. M.
Bayer, suit uu account.
S. Field tissg. vs. Queen Ins. Co.,
motion to retax costs.
W. 11. Nelson vs. W. F. Vtindor
lung. Hiiit for wanes.
Win. C. Chum vs. .Nathati-nielcs
Hydratiid Wliitc Lime Co,, suit on ac
count. Wednesday, October KOtli.
Kdward B. Lotz et id vs. Josephine
Shcilock. suit to determine interest.
l'iinily L. Ro.ier vs. Anton Himold,
suit to determine inteiest.
Join. Bai'dcmlistel et id vs. .lolin L,
Geo. N. Fnko vs. II. C. Ziegler, par
tition. T.tlithia Bowling vs. II. W. Bceclicr
Dora Bululiur vs. Win. Beleliei, di
yorco. John Moore l'lillcdge vs. Pearl
Doan Rulledge, divorce.
Grand and Put It lurors
Selected to servo tit Hie October
term ot tho Circuit Court of Slu. Gen
Sle. Guneviovd Township Louis
lioyce, Jos. IlolTiiian, Jo , ooilur, An
Jackson Twp. Dolor liilly, Simon
Uiiina Twp. (I, A. Tliormati, James
Saline Township cl.ucncn lioyd,
John o. noiilon.
lteaavais Twp. Ueriiiau Rosotnnn,
Stc. Gcnoviiive Twp. Henry Meyer
Lawrence Jacobs, Charles Petreipiin,
Henry Stdtwetit, Charles Fnllert,
Frank X. Grass, August Grk'sliabcr.
Saline Twp.-rKvcrett Barrow, Clias.
Blnckledge, Henry imiid, Ira Ariicy.
Bcauvais Twp. C. N. Rinibaeh,
August Kudlolf, Nich Joggerst, At jr.
II u St.
Jackson Twp. Ileury Patterson, 1
n. McCleniialian, Charles Kiicliner,
Union Twp. Joseph Lo'ula, J. D.
Silycy, John II. Hell, John Glnser, Sr.
I have returned to
viovo where I hopo to
remainder of my lifel I am loeateil
in tho Rozior Building opposite
Fitzkum s bnrbor sliop on Market
street. I am prepared to repair
watches, clocks and sowing ma
chines. 1 eomu asking a part of
adv F. W. UKKK.
Because of the inconvenience in
printing the large sample ballot
for tho coming eleel ion, tho Faih
PiiAY went to pioss on Saturday in
stead of Friday.
Wheat .9!) per bushel .
Ono week from
bo election day.
As usual tho danco nt Ilerzog's
Hall Thursday night was well at
Don't forget Ro
zier's Clean U,p Sale.
For Kent: four room bowses
with good cellars, cisterns and gar
den, Ono $7 and one $8 per month,
ndy Mrs. Mary Cirard.
Friday evening of last week Miss
Dorris Stanton was surprised by a
number ot friends at her homo
in this city. Tho youngsters had
a delightful time during tho even
Millers Ico Cream at
adv Eagle Bakehy.
A largo number of workmen ar
rived in this city Monday to work
at tho Government quarry at Little
For Salo Top buggy Apply nt
this office adv
Revised figures in the registra
tion for the November, election
show a total of 4-18.002 names on
tho poll books, in Chicago, tho
largest registration in the city
Groceries for less
than cost at Rozier's.
"SAY MR. FARMER"
How about selling that -10 or 80
noro tract of land for $40 to $80
per aero and coming to Bollinger
Co. whero you can buy 200 or 400
acres in a body for $12.00 per
1 have that kind of a proposi
tion to offer for a short time only.
Finn opportunity for cattle
ranch. For particulars address,
Hit, C. E. Pkesnei.i..
Adv. Murblo Hill, Mo.
Cloth i ti it for less
Hello! Where are arc you go- f i . . In:pl.'(l
ingf Whv. I am going to tho Leap ''liUl OOhl ll IXVALl is.
Year Ball, at Iho Woodman Hall, I M"-
given ny tin; M. r. L., wciinos
day, Oct ..'0th. This will be your
l.it nltntw.ii in ntliinil ti ilniien fill r?rii1lmr fiml nil ntht-r tiiterestnil In the
,. . , inttnnf J line linjor, ,irn heroli.v imtllivit
Uiis kind ror some time, so come u t inteini t make mni Kctiiement
and have a good time. In order to , ,'!?"", ""'n'?. v"'mHtS
Mliiiir:, t" In-liclil nt the Omit Houe in
I k.iIiI county, on the thlril Monday In Kovem
; liur, A. I)., ini.
1 (I. .it. aUTI.KDOU, Ailmtiitntr.itnr.
i October 24, 191'.'.
Notico of Fiunl Snttloment.
M.i! Kcgina C. Jokoisl, who has
boon visiting nt St. Louis ro-
I, it. in..! In Inn. Iwiiiwi nt WeilllMI-
ten Fridav nun tiing.
remniii tlioi .... v,-
JllSft .Miiiilii: ijiiini iv mi ini"
lieen visiting bur sister Mrs, Frank
Townsoml at Mnpluwood ictunu-d
to Sto. Ooneviovo Thttfsday.
Doctors Tcrlialin, Pippin and
White of St. Louis wuro tho
n t t . f 1 . I. ...
guexts ot Ijv. iionry . nonin
and family fro in latlnilay until
Mr. U. Ii. Harrison and little
sou rettiini'd to tticir uouio an
Capo (lirardeau Suiulay ovoning. J
Thoy w'io accoinpiuiiod by Mwsj
Mrs. tlosoph Poncliot rot.tirned
homo Wednosday from a vi.-it to
relatives and friends at Fcalvts
Mim. Charles Poll and daugh
ter .Miss Litvot'iio and .Miss licno
Kurst of St. Mary's were Stc.
Genuvievi! visitors 'Wetliicsday.
.Miss Augusta Adams returned
to her homo at Pochalioutus Mo.,
Tuesday after spending Hcvoral
days with her friend .Min Bar
A FINE LINE OF
lust Keccived at
MRS. M. E. KERN
The Main Src Milliner
Everybody is invited to call
and inspect her now up-to-dnto
Stock of Millinery. Prompt
attention will bo given to all
mnko it easier on the ladies wo
have decided to charge tho small
sum of l.'i cents to all. In case of
rain the danco will be hold the fol
Adv THE COMMITTEE.
Ladies of the Presbyterian
oliurc.ii will give a Boullion Supper
at the A KM OH Y. TPESDA V
EVENING, OCTOHEH2!). Sup
per ready at f o'clock. Every
body is invited to come and spend
a sociable evening. adv
Mrs. .lohn Blandford of New
Offeiibuig, .Iodic Silvoy and wifo
of Chestnut Kidgc, .lulcs and
Leo Bono of Ooo Hun and Tim
Bonn of this city attended the fu
neral of Mrs. .Joseph Blandfonl,
at Prairie du Hoelior Wednesday.
Among those who attended tho
Baiini-Beattehaiiip wedding in
Frank X Grass,
Hloomsdale Felix Lallose, John
Kcrtz, L P Carroii.
Hrickey be" Herman, Sol Solher
uor. Dolar Hilly.
Kinsuy Clnirlcs Roth, Jr. David
Hcnhaiii, Vineel Kaiiinriiclier.
Lawreiicton Janics SCrtrron, IVter
1J MeClaualiiui. Win 1 Werner.
Avon C II niackledRC, K L lted
Kers, George Heard.
New Church Joseph Coffiuan, John
Hovd, It S Pratto.
Oak Grove F T Barter, Nichols
Thoiuure Androw Haiier.
Minnith Joseph LuClere, C N Him
boeh, Sani'l Hand. .
St Mary No 1 Win Giitewood, J J
, Davis, J A Townsend,
i St. Mary No 2 It V Urown, Aucust
I Krclich, John Hlaudford.
Stnnbtowu Hen Kiudon, Joseph
Govreaii, Aucust Lalto.sc.
Htirks-.l C Hincli, J L Murphy, W
a i . .. mi .1 . ...
i is e.ry i uiirsuay wore r.ioy; uc,ttlt,ltl To!l, Herman Frank X
Cliardin and wife, .lames Beau-. u.r, Joseph Koller.
champ and family, Mis Thomas! Salem H L Hood, Nace Turley, L
liiiliaii, Kim licnueminip aim
...;r.. At.,. l,,lll.. l. ....,, I .1 1,.
11 , . f OO I IVUt', aHI.-1. I'JIIII'll' 111 ,llll ilillltlll-
Bcgmnin;. Monday, Oct. 28,;t(!l. -0rMe mn . (,ju.
ami coniiiitiing for Ten davs
THE BASER IW WMU CO,
will sell at COST
Wats. Feat Iters- Ribbons
nn.il If at Trimmings
CTjmni in iiwwwoww mmm mm
i r of t win c;
iiiinili til nu iji'iti" , ii in uiu-
i . . i- . 11 '
iieixaiKi who, .miss jiara vnir-1
tois and brother Louis of Foetus, ;
Mrs. Felix fJalvin of 1 lurryvillc ;
Mrs, dailies Berry, daughter Miss .
Lavcrn and sou Kichurd of Min-,
nitlt and Louis Doerge and wife!
mm and lasiizag
Many hogs have died in this
county recently, and tho disease
which usually proves fatal is still
FOR SALE: Four room house,
1 block from depot. Apply hero.
A marriage license was issued in
this city to Thomas S. llno, and
Miss Enpna M. Haummi, of this
city, this week.
-St. Louis Dairy Co's. guaranteed
Ico Cream. Best by every test, at
Launing's Drug Store. adv
The Euchre and dance given at
the Woodmen Hall by tho Hoynl
Neighbors Inst Tuesday night, was
a success in every respect.
Millers Ico Cream at
adv Eaiim: Bakery.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Bon d
celebrated the twenty-fifth anni
versary of their marriage at their
homo in Crystal Citv last Sunday
night, Mrs. E. P. Boverie of this
city, a sister of Mr. Bond, atteud
Dunker's Studio is
now located on second
floor of the building
formerly occupied by
the Hinch & Douglass
Wo nre jjoiug to dose out. our Entire Stock of Men liandiso nt
Less Than Cost. We still lum Several Thousand Dollars wonh of
INierdiaiidise. that, will he put on counters and in windows nnl the price
will he marked in plain figures on ewrv article, and you may find ninny
articles that you may need, which would cost you double ls'wlniv. We
still have a Targe luie of Clothing and the juice will he Cllt in half
which will mean two suits for the price of Olie. Shoes will to fur
less than half Price Remember this win he th- Bige3t Oppor
tunity of your lite to save motley, as One Dollar will y fiirllur thin
two, and the sale will not hist hiiisx-r than 30 Days ud we have an
" offer on all goods that tire u -t sold in that time, which we have accepted.
So you will find it worth your while to come in and look for yo iiselves.
Produce Bought Only Id Trade For Goods
Probate Court Docket.
MONDAY, KOVi:.MIli:i 18, 11)1.'.
Wm lliuil, Ui-n ,T lli.nl, Ailm
A .1 llartrr, ilw .luliu Hurl -r, Ailm
.Inlm Ulrleh, mill Jntriili O I.iiIiIh. (iiinr
Mublu Caiinii, mil) Dnlur liilly, Uuur
.lohn Olirrlo. uiln llcrniti illi.e () trln, Omni-'
.limn Hover, ili- O 31 Uiillfilai- Adm
Chin !! I!"lli. niln llmi-v Itnth. lin n-
k'nfiu-lii'lliiiiiiiHii, niln t; W Muyim, (ium-
W;iNKSO.Y, NOVKMIIKll ID
Nori 51. Sniylli. ili-n C.J. Slmmm, Ailm
Kimik M. ti ml , Urn Srhuitir nitn r-nnlil.i
Srlirrfr, im if i A
mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmwmMmvnmiKmmmmwmmii w nm -wwn trTrnrrmn ) f fi r-i n-TTrii n-fiirrn iiiiri-rnmjBMwMfy
Married. I foruiod by Rev. Father van Touren-j PERSONAL.
Tho ninrriiiKo of Miss Lucy
liryan, of St. (.ionevieve, and
Oiiortje W. Heard, of Ooffnnin,
took plnee at Minnith, on .Satur
day, Oetober-lf), by .Indue A. U,
The bride is the dnnhter of T.
Hryun, of this city, and the
"t-ootn is the son of .lohn Heard, of
TI1K QUICIONri DA UGH- Flat Woods, this county. Tim
TICK'S will give a tea on the af-1 yonue; eounle will reside at Coff
tornooii of WodneMlav. October limn wlieru .Mr. Heard eonduets a
Citherlno t'UeK ii-in
Mins Oetievievo Friedman, of St.
jbiry and Louis Hrown, of Perry-1550. at tho home, uf Mrs.U'.U .W'll
i . :.. 1 mi....u.i... fi. i i . . - i .ii . . .
vine, were iiiarneu im-suit, ucl. nor. iUi'iniiers ami overvlioiiv 'J'lio l-'Atlt i'l.AY joins in eoii''ia-
, - ... Oi. II 1... II I.V. !.... .
l, ill. ot, luiuy, uy kv, i'luuer
Goods' for less than
cost, at liozier s udv
Miss Martini .loker-t, the 20
i ra i. ii no .iinriii'r inifi nr.
voinmirten 1 liursiluy livening
Tho OmeiarHallots tQ bo voted
on iu inu eiraiiiiu on ioveui-
b.r nth next, will bo found on a
su miiuieur in mis ween s issue ot
tie FA I It L'LAY.
aro cordially invited to attei.d. tulnlioiis and
lN'fro.hiiiuiits hurved from 2 un-! eouple.
til o.ji. in. udv
best wishes to the
Alice inifi (' Uivnr mill Itfii-i'V
Bo-". M. (iroiiiniiiiirir were nuirried at. !)
o'eloel; muss at the Catholic
ehiuvh in this eity Tuesday, Oct.
IS, a boy 1 22. liev. hather van Toiironhoitt
' I t I'...
I i.. 1 1 iii ii iiti i hid i:ri iiiiiuu .
To the wife of Fred Jokerst. of
.Memphis, Tenn., on Oet
V , " 1 " The witnesses were Mis Hosa
Kerfr, ot this city, on Oet. 2!!, a girl (inMiiniiuuer, sister ot tho tfrnoui
Special arrnti;eineiits are
made with tho Assoeiated
Fountain Soda, ieo
uuiiiK's Drug Store.
Profs, win,' and Mat bias, ae
mmmied bv moit of the tench-
. . . , i . . .
.ir t In r- cotiiitv atri'iiiiett tne
iutliea-t. Mis--'urr Teieherx As-
i i.ttiou tneetitij; at Capo Gnar
ati this week.
Millers Jeo C'reaui at
and Waller Uoyor, biother of tho
I The bride was dressed in white,
being- and the bridesmaid wore pink. A
Press 1 weihlini' iliiiiiei' whs sni-vpil mill n
this year tor the complete election dance was enjoyed in thu evening
returns by bulletins which are to i at, the home of the grooms parents,
be displayed on the' screen at. the; Tim groom is the son of Andrew
Nobby Theatre on the night of the I Oreiiiminger, and the bride is tho
election. A telegraph wire and daughter of Kdward Uoyer, both
phono are to bo instilled for this of thir citv.
night and tho bulletins of County. ( Wo join their many friends in
State and National returns will be wishing I hem success mid lianpi
displayed immediately on reeeipt j ness.
throughout the entire evening un-
ui ail are in, The management, is ) Miss Hilla O. dames, of
to arrange for pictures and special j Louis, mid Lewis H. Tucker,
slides winch aro to ho run at. inter-1 New Offoubitrg, woui mart led
vnls between bulletins, and thus thw citv. Suoilnv. O 1'tnlnH- "JO.
Probate .ludgu Iluck.
foruiod by Rev. Father van
bout., assisted by Rev
The eouple was attended by Miss
Laverne Merry, a cousin of the
bride, and Alfred Simon, as bridus
maid and groomsman. j
The bride, was very heeoinhmly
gowned in net over white embroid
ery silk, wore a veil and carried a'
shower of bridal ruses and feins.
Tho bridesmaid was dressed in
white and carried a boipiet of pink ,
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meaiichamp, 1
of (Jiis city. She is one of thw
city's most, accomplished young
Indies, and enjoys the friondtdiip
of a largo circle of acfpiaintanees.
Tho groom is tho son of Mr. and
Mrs. Christ inn liaiiin, and his
popularity in I his community is
a well known fact.
Tho couple departed on the Illi
nois Southern, after a sumptuous,
dinner served at the home of tho
bridtt's parents, on a honeymoon
trip. Upon their return the emiplo,
will reside in this oily. Wm
join their many friends in wishing
them sucftcss and happiness.
Mr. Kinilv Rtirge
relative-, in tit Loui
11. I j. Ko.ier and wifo were
Louis vi.-Uiir.-i Monday,
Andivw Wilder .-punt several
day.- of thi week in St. Loui-s,
II. L. Sieberi, attended tho
IIdi.-o Show ut St, Louis this
Mi, Alfred I Jailer left Wod-nn-idiiy
morning for a visit to St.
.Martin Sexauerof Uonno Terro
vi-ited relatives in Sto. (Juuoviovo
Mrs. Henry Okenfu--iic.-day
evening lur St.
visit rel.it ivo-.
Mr-. Jn-cpli Iliilwi' and
iloni-pb visited relatives at
Mar. tins week.
Brings Out Large Crowd.
To anv one who nartioinntod in
! or witnessed tho Democratic Rally
in this eity last Saturday night,
the fact is evident, that it was the
biggust, grandest, and most en
thusiastie political denioustrutioii
siuco the celebration of the election
of President Glover Cleveland. i
The Wilson-Major Club, which
i since its organization nas neon
1 successful in its efforts of advanc
ing Democracy, conceived this plan
to publicly prove the popular sou
tinient, and to properly rec.eivo'
the next. Governor of tho State,
Klliot. W. Major, who with Hon.
J. T. Barker, Dem. eandidato for
Attorney General and Congress
man Walter Ileusley, candidate for
re-election, addressed the largo
multitude of people who surround
ed the platform which had been
erected on the Public Square for
the speakers, j
Harmony mid contentment, reign-.
ed supreme, anil tho air of satis-1
(faction which was undeniably pro-'
I vailant. was very gratifying to thu
promoters as well as the visitors,
who were profound in their thanks
for siwdi a loyal reception.
Fireworks were discharged in
front of the Club lleadqunrtos.froni i
I which place the parade, led by
(Miss Stella Mtriinghan, on horse
'back, displaying the National col-
ors, anil cue ore. iicnevievo urasu
Band, was launched. -100 torch
and transparency bearers inarched
through the beautifully illuminated ,
streets to the speakers platform. I
Immediately behind this solid
mass of Democrat io light, which
extended over three blocks, was
, the automobile which contained
' Attorney-General Major, Congress- j
man Ileusley, lion. , I. 1 . MurKer,
Central Committeeman V. u.
Hinch and daughter Miss Gertrude, I
wiio was diaped in the stars and
stripes and supported an American '
The speakers were introduced by
State Ciimmilleeniau 0 .1. Stanton,
after a short address. Ileusley
was tho first to address the crowd.
Barker followed and Major was the
last to bo introduced. A hearty
ovation was given each speaker
upon being introduced, and tho
addresses were frequently inter
rupted by tho thunderous applauso
of hundreds of people.
Although the weather was ox-
ceediiigly chilly, that staunch Dem
Stc (ii'iievievo No I Joseph Waiter,
C J Wilder. J W Schwent.
Sto Oeiii'viuve No 2 Wm II Sex
nuer. Joseph A Schwent, Ueorgo
Zell Anton Kekert, Frank J
Bneclilc, Win Loida.
New Oflfenhiirir Nidi Gmlinher,
Jjrn Brischlc, Ilotiry J .Seliwent.
Urickoy Sam Fcruusnu, Joint Arm
brnster Alliert Reed.
St Mury No 1 Law Herzoir, E S
Lnwbiinirli, Jr., Jules Hozier. Jr
St. M.irv No 2 Wm Sielicrt, Win
F Sithwuiit Jo-eph Doll.
Stnnbtowu Oorenn Jogerst. Jo
seph Ivlein, Win Jogcert.
Minnith Wm Litteret, IJ N Ilutsua,
S H Thompson.
Avon 0 A Boyd, A W Votrt, Geo
Now Church J J MeFnrhitid, Joel
Boyd John T Dnniuly.
Burks A F Brysou, .lotmO Rerdur,
Joseph C Loiiln.
llernmn H-y J. Miller, .lohn Boelde,
1V..X V Wolk. '
Sidetii David Mnekley, Andy Yea
(jer, Noah Counts.
Liiwretieutoa Joseph N Vneth,
Diitiiel F Loiiln, Anton Kirchtier.
Kinsey II F iiockcnloimp, AuduiW
Siekmnn, Simon nnyer.
iilooiiisiliilii Kihtnr Dniry, Frank '
J Under. Joseph Kisenbcis.
Oak OroVH .lohn M Mi-Daniel, Jas
II Dalton, Wnber I) Miller.
For Sale: 5 line Hamshire
inarked boars, and one fine Hau -shire-ni.irked
sow, when weanec1,
adv 11. C. FITZKAM.
than cost at
BULL MOOSE, V TION.
Judge Albert I), Nortoiti, . Louis
Progress! vo Patty Cniididntb or Gov
liruor, will hpeak at the Court IIoiimh at
Sto. (iiiiievievo at 11 a. in., Wednes
day, October lit). 1!)12.
Thu voters of Kte. Guiievievo county
aro mo.-t earnestly urgiid to iittoml thiti
meeting and hear what Judge Nortoni
has to Miy on the Singlu Tax Amend
ment mid other is-iie.s.
Yours very truly.
B. F. Bkazki.Ii.
Adv. Spenkeis Bureau.
To The Voters of Missouri:
Fred Bauer of Chesterfield vis. , oeratiu fortitude, which has staid by
The miurlago ot Miss Tossie M.
Kaoi.i". lUicnitY. till in the open moments, having
soinetliing on the screen eontinti-
i r d i.. ...1 1 1. i ! . . . ,
jjouis iourge, Miruicro wiiii unjini!:i,v ctniiiuciiciug not inter tliau
HiisilaieUilling Compnny, lias t : Ut p, in. Special attention will ' Boauchaiun. mid Wnllei-.l. Biitno.
oiled now maehineiy in th.o 'bo given the comfort of tho Indies, .oeeured at the Catholic church in
1 -KHV .Mill, lit I'll CltO.v. .Mil. I 10 Pill I lllll V MCll'itV OXtimixeii nil t no . v nt . inn.i ,.i..u 'l1!..
i oinnied the null for busiuehs admission ot 2j cents wdl be.charg- 'dnv morning, October 21, at 8
uiuiy. eu. udv o'clock. Thu ceiviuonov was iiei
Miss Theresa Iler.og, daughter
of Frank Iloiy.og, nnd Valentine
Rottlor, Jr., son of Valentino Rot
tier, Sr., both of this city, were
married in St. Loviis Sunday even
ing, The couple arrived hern
Tuesday evening the couple wns
given a genuine ohl-limo "chari
vari." in which their ninny friends
participated with all kinds of iio'imi
The enthusiasm shown in the re
ception given theinis evidence of
their popularity in tliiscouimiiuity.
...i . . i ...I.
Shoos for less thnii
cost at Rozier's. adv
iled .liulgn Charles V. Mover of
thi city la-t. week.
Judge A. (.!. Chanilior attcded
a special term of county court
in our oiM, Tuesday,
Mis- Deh'jilnno Poncliot of
Rush Tower w visiting hoc par
cuts in our city i bin week.
John Vieh of St. Loui.- iP
spending thi.-. week in our city
viMtiog hi.- father and sister.
Alex sc!y and Jaiuc-
the party through victory and de
feat, h'dd the audience and en
thused tho speakers to such a do
grce that tho disngieeablo tempera
ture was unnoticed and tho meet
ing continued until Into in the
County Court Proceeding.
Tuesday, Octoln'r 22.
Court met pursiiont to adjourn-
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A, . ' III' II,. ,-.-l-H, mini , ,,,I)V1, .
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ol Ciuilturvijlo, III., were Stc. j c, C.l.mlei., ns-inles judges, Tims,
ticneviovc vi-itoro I uesdny. I ), Stn.ughaii, shetitl, and A, A.
Mr-. John Grio-iiahor and Mrs. j BnumL'artucr, clerk,
I'M. limit, and baby vi-ited relit-' Allowed Stc. Genevievo Carpenter Co
tivos at Crystal Citv 'riiurs.lav. I-00" '",,u ,n,1",B"t :',,","-!y. ',nn (',m"
,, , , , . , i , i tract, Hy, Jokeiht $,1.00 bthor court
Mimnloru Schoct Id of st. ,M,, jv, Nations $107.0!) woik road
Louis hpcntsovor.il days of this jdi-trint No. 10, Jo-culi Littermau .-JH8
week in our citv viriling relative-. work toad disHrirt No. !).
Or. G. M. L'lith'ilgi), Gciircol Fohowim; ate the nnmts or the judges
Muck and F.. I). Vogt niado a bit-1 '"' M,l-,wl y t,,,
simiss 1 1 in In l'iet-,,1 '!., 'I'.l.j. , court:
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Mrs. Peter It U cilcrainl nihtor
Mi"i Stella htraughan left. Thuiv
day for a fow days visit to tola
tivci at Dcslogu.
f-'tc. Geai'vievii No, 1 Jules Prtrii
qiuii, Joim Bashtr, K, B. Moteaii,
Ste Genevieve Nu, 2 Henry N.
GIsi, k-u Roth, lleiuy Kern.
SScll Fells A Fullcrt, Ileury Mi-yir,
I It is being .-aid by some, who aro
obviously not int'ormcd on the (illa
tion, tluit tio Progressive party is to
favor of the sii.glti tax. This is aa
error, and I dcMio to correct it at once.
There is not ouo word in the Progn
sive platform, either utato or national,
which favors the -inglo tax proposi
tion. As the candidate of tho Pro-gius-ivc
party for governor, I have
taken pains to look into tho matter and
know whereof I -piiak. The single tax
(lucstton was mil brought before tlio
Progressive State Convention hh a
whole, ami I did not hear it mentioned
Micro niiiong Mm delegates, Ilovvuvn',
I am informed that miiiiiioiii lepreseut
iug the single taxers appeared befnrn
the Platform ConimiUve of the Pto
grcssivn eonveutioti and urged that it
lie endorsed in the Progres.sivo plat
form, lint the committee declined pi
do this, mid, therefore, it appears time
, thu I'rognt-sjvn convention, through
' its I'latform Committee, rejected the
single tax proposition. 1 nm quite
sine that uo con-iderablo number ot!
1 Progressives favor the single tax. tor
1 have never heard it mentioned in u
Progressive convention nor bin eou
I'crcnee, of Progressive h a.lers in llm
state. Though there may bo a IV w
individual un tuliers of tho Progiessivo
patty who favor it, us thorn are indi
vidual members of Mm Hepuhlieaii,
Democrntie and Soci.ilist parties tav
oinhlc thereto, I know of no etuuhdato
on Mm Piogressive tleknt. fiom Colo
uul Roosevelt down, who i in nay
wlsy committed to tu slngl lax. 'l
know, too, Mint Mm Prognwavo party
as an organization in r.o wise favor's,
or advoi-iitcH it, Indeed, I do not
know as oiHiiy us one. demur Piogn
sives in Missouri who urn in favor of
Ibi'snifte' i l'cr.oi'Hlly, I am not
in favor uf it and intend to vote,
Advi A&uiatT D, NoktomIi
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