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We Have decided to hold tin Annuiil Sale in order to nNtid
goods becoming shopworn mid soiled from continuous handl
ing, also to place us in n position to serve our putronis with
new unci up-to-drfte goods.
The first Animal Halo of the Formers Supply Co.
will begin October 28th and continue thtotie;hout the
week, terminating Saturday, November 2nd.
It is our nitu to offer at this, our first, Knit. bargains
that have seldom been equalled and never excelled in this
We urge that, you and your friends visit our store daily
and bo convinced.
The bargains offered will exdeed your most sanguine ex
pectations as well as surprising and astounding the most
sKeptieal. One sale that will bo reiuenibered by all who
visit our store.
Items sold nt hip; reductions as Roods must be sold out
to make room for our new line.
Articles on sale includes en'ire line nt Men's Furnish'
ings, Hats, Shirts, Woolen Hoods, Silks, Mulls, L'uplins,
Serges, Sateens, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Holts, Calicoes, Ging
hams, Domestic's, Flainietto's, Fleece-Lines, Lawns, Hosiery,
Shoes. Laces and Fmbroideries, Table Covers, Suit Cases.
Granite and Tin Wares, Queonswnres. Alfco many other
articles too numerous to mention,
IDoaa't 17s ft i 1 to Attend
Thanking you in advance for past favors and awaiting
your future patronage.
Strictly Casli - Exttap for Prates
FARMER'S SUPPLY CI.
For Sale Top buggy
FOU SALE: Four room house,
1 block from depot. Apply here.
For Sale: G-room house in town
at reasonable prico. Large lot and
new stable, inquire of Sophia and
Lizzie Soberer. ad,v
For Rent: On West, Market
street, four room houso with gar
den. Children hot excluded, adv
Miss Makv Gkkard.
"SAY MR. FARMER"
How about, selling that 40 or SO
acre tract, of land for $40 to SO
per acre and coming to Bollinger
Co. where vou can buy 200 or 400,
acres in a oooy tor u.uu per1"'-' jju.io,oo
1 have that kind of ti proposi
tion to offer for a short time only.
ner llll II MUlll UIOU OOIJ .
opportunity for cattle
For particulars address,
Dit, 0. 13. BuiiSNKi.t,
Adv. Marble Hill, Mo
"jVlkeat .'.)!! per bushel.
Tuesday is election day.
Don't foraet. Ro-
's Clean Up Sale,
Circuit Court was in session this
The Leap Year ball nt Wood
man hall last Wednesday was well
The boullion supper given at the
Armory by the Lathes of the Pres
byterian church was a success.
CI- I.r,,.t.i T.i . I V.'ti ryiin,Miiiti,nil 1
Ice Cream. Hest by every test atl
Liinnintf'R Drug Store.
A nmrriauo licenso was issued in
this city to Elex Maurice and
Mtunio ltissinuer on October ill.
Vico President James Sehool
, craft Sherinnn died at. his homo in
Utieti, N. Y., Wednesday even
in";. Goods for loss than
cost at Rozier's adv
loft for Pelcin, III.,
in the fn-
where thoy will reside
Fountain Soda, ice cold nt
Lannini',s Drug Store. adv
Great premrations are beinp; mailt' for complete returns of
tho COUNTY, STATE and NATIONAL ELECTION on the
evening of NOVEMBER f.th, at the
3NT o Td "to isr Tlieatre
Tho Western Union Telegitmh Company will put up wires
and install an office in the Theatre and bullelins will bo displayed
on thu screen as fast as received, from tho Associated Press. '
Special ."Pier-vivas and Comic Slides
will bo run between bulletins. Special invitation to Ladies.
'.Doors Open 7 'Aft - Pcvformanon nt ft p. in-
urauClamisslorL QS cents
Millers lee Cream at
ndv Kacji.k Bakery.
Complete Flection Returns of
County. State ami National at
the Nobby Theatre Tue.Mlnv
night. Don't miss it. udv
Groceries for less
than cost at Rozier's.
Nine little hampshire pigs were
stolen from the pens belonging to
Henry Reluu. The hogs disap
peared one night this week.
Dunker's Studio is
nOVV located On FGCOnd
floor 0f faG bllildine
formpi.i noonniPrl hv
f"1 "it1-, OCCUpiea Dy
The Queens Daughters served
1 vtuwtnn iv.iuim-i
t'n nt the homo of Mrs.
Wilder Wednesday aftern
goodly nuinbet of ladies were serv
ed, Millers Ice Cream at
adv Kaoi.i; Bakkkv.
The Ladies of the l.uililine; Fund
Society will give a Euchre at this
Parochial School Hall, November
7, at, two o'clock in the afternoon.
Everybody invited. adv
The Wilson-Major Club of Woin
tfarten met at that place last Satur
day with 1111 attendance tit titty
inenibors present. Speeches wore
made by Prof. Joseph Kine;, P.
11. Coffinan and Jack SweranKor.
I nm prepared to (,'ivo my bus
tomers the best servico, 11 hifjli
class rado of wines, cigars, and
the best and ehecpest grades of
Uottlo and kei beer.
adv KUANK IIURZOQ.
J. SpradliiiR, a bridenian on
the Frisco, fell from the Kivor mix
Vases bridge, while at work Tues
day nioiiiiii;, and was seriously in
jured. He was taken to thu Frisco
Hospital in St. Louis.
Vote for proposed Coicititutinunl
Ainenibnciits No. 1 and No. !). Tluue
adoption means the oponint; of tho
school room to the cliilibun in the city,
to thu children in the country.
Amendment No. 1 removes the bur
lier of itKfi, Aibiienilinuut No. 9
provides for the better. tiiaiiituiniincn
of the schools in the Stuto.
Notico of l'inil Sottloinent.
Oroilltors ami nil Ptliur liitHrimtod lu ttno
iintntuot Jnnu Itavor, tire tiiTeliy untltleil
thiit I lntenil to make u lln.-il sutileuiont
tlieiiMif nt thu next term of tlm
1'nib.ite Court of Ste. (Ipcevleve eouuty,
.MlM(.nrI. to lie l.elil nt the Court Honxp In
nil county, on thu third Monday In Ninem
hor, A. U.. IBW.
(I. M. ltUTI.KDOi:, Ailmlnltrntur.
October M, m.
Election Return at the Nobby.
- . - -
Joseph Buriorl, of Hainville.
Mont, win of Aug. Burgeit of this
city, died at hits home Wcdnesdu
ot this week. Mr. Murgctt ic
eeived a message several days ago
tolling of the critical condition of
his son and departed for Montana
010111111"- for loss
thuu cost sit Kozior's.
Several poHtieal speakers were
heard in this city this week. At
torneys Marbury, of Furiningtoti,
and Mahoney, of this city, deliver
ed two rousing Democratic!
speeches to a large crowd at the
Court House Tuesday night.
Judge Nortoni, candidate for Gov
ernor on the Piogiessive ticket
spoke at the. Court House Wednes
day at 11 a. m.
Win. Sehrader, an employee of
the Government Quarr., at Webei's
was tttruck by the South bound
Fiiseo passenger train and was
killed. The accident oecured Sun-
day night. A tramp walking
down the track discovered lb., hint v I
I and notified the officers. An in-
que.-,r, was hoitiover the tiotty anil a
verdict of accidental death tend
ered, Monday morning.
Mr. Robert Aikens of Danln
and Miss Mabel Ker.drick of
Ciijmj (tiiardeau, Mo., were mar
ried at Jackson, Mo., Oct. 1-ltli,
the icsiilt, of a ten car omitt,
ship. .Miss KemiiicU i- a pi titn-
incut young lady ol ape
lU'.'ll! Mllll W !1 ll l.-llinVll III T I1S", .J"i "" mie-im niiM
, i ,
li,wl u l,,.e In,,,,,. ,. ,w
.T U..;..lr.... l,. ' ,
ago. They will live in Memphis,
Jenn., wuero Mr Aikios is hi
ehnrge of a teel con-ducted
hotel. Foatus News. i
Wo nro ioiug to
LGSS Thtlll Cost. Vv'e still have Sovcml Tliousutid Dollms worth of
Morchiiiidic. tlini will he put. on counters unci 111 wimlows htkI the )rico
will he niaikecl in plnin figures 0:1 evi-n ,'trtiele. unci you uriv find many
articles that you ni.'iy need, wliirh would c.ot you double els when. We
still have a liuo line of Olotiling and the price will he- cut ill half
which will mean two suits for the price of OllC. liits will o fur
less than half Price Remember this will he tlu- Biggest; OxjpOf
tunity of our lite t) save nnn y. us OllO DoDai" vili fav.hvr th 11
tWO, and the sale will not Iut4 i.x r tlitiu 30 Jl'dya and we have :tn
offer on all guods that are n t m1(1 in thut lime, which we have accepted.
So vou will liud it worth ',our while to come in and look for yourselves.
Produce Bought Only In Trails For Goods
The Three. Candidates.
f elected, 1 will
Bust tho trusts niavho,
Put'thu Ananias (;iub under trovern-
Keen 11 overythini; 1 don't like,
Go olf half-cocked,
Keep things stii reil up.
W. 11. T.
If olected, I will
Protect thtt bijr inteiuhts,
Veto all tarilf bills,
If elected, I will
Lower the tariff,
Delhiit tho iMte-t,
Think lirst and net afterward. Life.
Somk Day My Hk.vkt Wih, Uu At
is the tianie of an exceptionaily preltv
Balliitl cotnpo-ctl by a coming writer
'with n gtoat dnid of musical ability.
She pi Kuiiuii Stoltes I'tlliiig, )t New
York City. This lady has lately writ
ten motile llnu Sons, such 11s, ''You
Are 'I ho One." "Conic With 5le To
Arcaden," and iiianv olhejs. All her
Soncs nit) of 11 high class order and
will hu much appreciated by the better
class of vocaliM". All her Soturs 111 e
published by ihom.OHK MUSIC CO.,
ll'.l.'i liroatlwa.v, New York, who have
initde a contract with her lor all she
may wnto lor tho next l'.e years, adv
Shoes for less than
cost at Rozier's. adv
Bi.'Kiunin Mond.'iy, Oct. 28,
ant) (uiiiiiiuJii',' for Ten daN.
SAOEF..EBAV HUM CO,
will sell at. (JUST
1 1 (its, .Feathers, Itibbonts
and 11 ut Trimmings
At Urn Catholic church in this
city oil Monday morning. Oct. 1M,
at II o'clock, Miss Hinniu Ban
maun and Thomas S. I loot; were
married by Hev. Father van
Toureiihont. The witnesses were
Miss Odilo Haunianu and Theo
The groom is the son of Simon
Hoog of Zell, and the bride is the
daughter of Mr, and Mis. John
Bntiinunn of this eit . The young
couple will leside n!.ell.
Miss Mary 13.' Both and Kdwurd
Sehtnelzle were married at the
Catholic church in this city Mon
day morning, Oct. '28, by Uov.
Father van Tmirenhout.
IIsinhva.ro for less
than cost at Rozier's.
A man by the name of Collins
from St. Louis, who was sleeping
at the Western Liitv Works kiln
in this cily. tell from I ho platform
cm which he was sleeping to the
"oor below, a
feet, and was
distance of twelve
Friday night of lurt week. A
nephew in St, Louis was notified
who arrived here Sat ui day night
and returned to the eily Sunday
morning with the injured man.
Klliott W. Major, Democratic cmdi
d.ite for (inventor, kept Uudley fiom
trebling the tiix on eery farm and
city home in Mionri hv defeating
lladley's resolution to entialize Mieh
I'Oids nnil lionii") nl their fiiM ensh id-
ai.. i e... ..(v...;., I
lir-t oDieml ail.lj
HtfllilKt the Sill-
canilidale to declar
, L'lc Tux
iMtijor has helped the people
,,i . , , ,.
mill the people, irrespe.tive ol pimv,
lite troing io ueip nun o vomit.' ior nun.
He hurt nnnle it elenn (lylil tmii n record
breaking one. ami will vut oy an oer-1
w In. lm. nt; plurality.
close nut our Entire Stock
Mrs. J. M. Mahonev returnetl
10 St. Louia last Sunday,
Tmii Buihc viitctl SI. Louis
last Sunday and .Momluy,
Mi Minnie Viol) spout, sevctal
lay of this wi.'elc in St. Louis.
Mr-. Udilo Pratte nf Ku-tu-- is
visiting relatives iu our city this
Hubert Bniini was a Sto. (5on
evie.vo visitor thft curly part of
Mrs. l'Mar Bozierof St. Louis
was the yuc-ts ol 11. L. Bozier
and family la-t Sunday.
.lire. iM-iiiv 1 mini null ,n-.s
.ltUtio l.eavt'iiwortli were tit.
Louis visitor this week.
Mrs Dr. ti. M Butlrd-e vMlcl
lierdathlerMrH.O. 1 1 l.wi.I
at llu-l, Tt.wor Thurstlay.
.Mi-s Adelo Biiyce returned
home Salurdav niiit f rtitn a visit
to iclutives in 'rtf. Louis.
Mi-. Luev St. (Jem ...id da..o. -
, ... ,, . ,,. .
or Miss Ilae l'.io.er were St.
Louis vimU... this week.
Ml- Ancs Hielicr nillio down
ftotll Crv-tal City Thur.-iiav to
-pond a week with hor parents.
Mr-. Helena Meyers and daiiL'h-
ter Miss .Mary left etlues.lay :
llioruiii" lor a visit to ht. IjOuis. !
.Mrs. W tun I at bawav nm
Mrs, ,lfi-epli Liinevin spent hist 1
Friday and Salurduy in Uhestor,
Andrew Schweiss of Porrvvillo !
visitotl rrlative.-s at New Olfeh
belt: and Ste,
Mrs. II. L
Ho.ier ami dauoji-
ter Alt-- .oe wore pas-eners mi
the Frisco for St. LouU Tuesday
Miss Charlotte Zicploi loft .Sun
day inornim for St. Louis where
ho will viiit frtonds for several
Mi S. Von Greiini(ou and
mother of Cheater, HI., vidit-
To the wife of Joseph Busier of
this city, October 8, a girl.
To the wife of F.dward (Irobe,
of this city, Oct. 21, a girl.
To the wife of Utiymond Schilli,
of Woingurtoti, Oct. '2'i, a boy.
To the wife of Lawrence Jacob,
or New Offetiburg. Oct. 2n, a girl.
Conrad (iegg died at the home
of his biother Allmrt Gcgg in
New OllVnburg. Monday, October
2S. at the age ot ." years, with ty
phoid fever. The funeral occurcd
Tuesday at Weingarten.
When you goto the polls next Tues
day vote llie Democratic Ticket from
top to bottom. It stands for piouress.
It stands for it greatci Missouri limn
j we Imve ever liml lielori'. u sianiM
tor the etiroreenuint ol law imams,
every lawless clement. It Mantlr- for
an ei'oaoaiienl admiiiislfntinii of the
Onvorutneiit's nffflirs, It stands for
"equal ju-tice to all, and special priv
ilege to none.'' It stands for nil that
is ln'-t and ureutcist in National and
Budded or Grafted Pecan.
Do you want sun ? If so get
your order at o. ee or ou win
'disappointed, as the demand
greater than the supply. 1
will atipreciale vcur order for
other kind of nursery-slock.
J. W. KM AW
Probate Court Docket.
M', sovK,.Miu;a io, an.
n 1 1 ii I , o.e I. r limit, iltu
A J linn i, tier .Int ., ,n-r. Ailin
t .Ii In- I li irli, mill .luiu'ith O I ."itla. t,u tr
i , ..,.!..'... ii..i..r li.M..
Ti'lMlW-; NiiVI'.MI'.MI .0 '
.iln ()i,.p . , llcinnnlh O rli. Oiiir
I -I li..v-r ill- ii m IliuiiOitH Ailm
H'll l.-'l II . 1,1 II iii-'trv l.",H, ,11111
Kii.n.ir I lm in... niiii I' W Mi ; ,'r. t.u.u
i ni.-ow. s'(i Vicvni'i' .()
Snr M -iiimh i, i
C. J. -tniiiiill, Mllll
.M'teriT ii.'ii sophlu
v in" i , iiu ir
It'll, i Finn, (illlll
I Id I. M ' 11,1 kl.l'l
' Oitin-rtni rueg ".in
1. 1 4uuit si if vu 'jrnMrtaBMieM.'mimmr
of Mcnhfnicliso nt
'-nrrnfTi rrmiifimrmn.niT imMm 11,11111, imiibiiwi
j nig illiam Ilatbiiway and faiiii -
nl I hi nt v
.Mrs S. K. .lones anil niother
Mi-. Knniinll of Webster (iiove
spent Tut'-dav and V' oil no.- day in
bte. (ieuiM ic e.
(lomeo Welincr ami wife re.
turned homo TiiomIuv night from
n plea-ant vi-it tn' relatives at
.Mi e- Pearl and .Maude (Jros
of Thayer, Han-a. arrivnd hen
la-t Sunday evening to visit Mr.
and .Mr?. K. I). Vngt.
Mr- ,b-epliine Lalunioniliero
and .Mrs. (!n llerzug hihI child
rcn nf St. iMary'- were Sto. l.en
ovifve vi-tiiu- Thur.-.tlay.
(ittingi r and fainilv who
Mi-. Dr. A. (i. Mover and liltle
Dr. A. (i. Mover and liltle
n Jnhu Martin left forKt. Louis
1 tuitsuav iiiortuii wbeie thev .
" 111 ' ""'ain until otimtay vimi ni" '
Ki'od Meyers and childten nod'
Louis ,iiei;eiw,.n (,f .st. Louis
sl,(,lt '"-f Sitnthiy in Ste. (Ji.mi.
ivieo vi-itiui' Mm. Marv Boblne.
and cliihli en.
KilK'ir Siebi'tl. went to St, Louis
Ttiusdjiy to witut tint Brtiii-tui
and Kiipli.h litixinj.- niuloli whieh
took plac 'it- the St. LouU Athle
tic Club Tuesday ovenine;,
Mjsses Bearl Bvinnton uud St'i
die Stt'phi us tif Klvins spent kv
oral days of Inst week in Sto.
Genevieve tlio (jnt-rds of .Misses
Got triidu Doerno ami Edith
cter ic'iiiiit ami lanu iv who Kie svo party lor covernor, j nave
'him been iMlinp; relatives in taken pains to look into the matter and
"if cit v retiii tied to their homo k,,ow Iu'"!,,f 1 "I'eak. Tl'e sinC!e lax
, llt - l-.-.-dav rni,,-.. lHh
Mrs Willi.i.,, Thtirmau ro- UuKmlril"! did ?t wVtV;...iK,..:i
Juriied to her home ut Destie ! theie ntnonc the dclejates. However,
Tue-d.iv after spendiuo several 1 uiforaied that someone represent-
, dn.v with iclative.s in Sto. Gene-,"11' 'l"siKle tnxcrs appeared before
' v"- !' 1 So ni'liln".!!.'....1! ?h i'u
, . l fs-i ii convention ami lirejed that It
I Maitm Tbomure and wife of ' he o,,do.ed in tho I'toH, plat -
;S, Loi. ubt, have la;,,, vi,i,i,,t:;for,n. Hot the cotntnitt,,, decbne.l ,0
lelutives 111 tmr city lelt edthc-ldo tin-, and, thuretore, it appears Unit
day eveniti; fur Lo.s Angeles, Cali- j !lm , l'"'crosHivo cotivcntion, throuKh
I fornia. J'InUomi (..oiuinittee, rcjictcd tho
Tests shew Dr. Price's
Baking Powder to be most
efficient tn strength, of highest
purity and healthhilness
Ko Alun, No Ftaphate of Lime
Farms, Timbenand and'
City Property Tor Sal
KI5 acre farm, f tnilei .Southwest of
.le. Oetievieve. 100 acres unthir IiIkIi I
state of cultivation; acres in titn-1
her, tiiorti or loss can be cleared. 111 I
acres in meadow, 15 neron in clover, !).'i i
acrett in wheat, balimce in orchard anil
corn; e;ond 4-room duellinir; K"d
I h fixe barn, and other outbuildiat;..
cistern and well, lonif distance phone
in hoiKe. This is ns yood a hill farm '
as there is in hte. (lonoviovn cotiuty.
$."() per acre. A1m) have 193 acres
adjoiuititr this latin, no buihliiiTS on
this ; about fill acres under cullivation,
eoustdnrablii more can he cleared. $18
t'JO acres of cut over tioibiirlntxl, 4
miles onl from Ste. Otineviovo, jjooil
level road out to land, best road in the
county. ISO acres nood fariu ItHtid
when cleared, 20 acres of this is bot
tom, the upturn! is lituo stone soil, and
button) is a bhtek loam, the timber can
I he cut into stove wood, cord wood and
' only 4 utiles Intnl over uood road to
j market. $8 pur ncro, part cash, and
part in time. This is one of the best
' opportunities for a youne; fanner in
I Ste. Ooaeviovo, county.
I !) tiern farm half mile from Court
llo'Jse; e;ood five room dwelling', liani
and other small out buildings: lurjre
garden, small orchard, well and cis
tern. (Jood location for truck farm 1
and dairy. Price $4500. For any
farthet information write or call on nut
Real Estate &C llectiag
Ste. Qeneviev e M.
Miss Lena Boyur who has been
visiting relatives in Bonne Tone
returned to her hoinc in this city
last week. She was accompanied
liv her aunt Mrs. Luwrencu
I .Mrs. lillu BrocUiiiun and Mrs.
j K. A. Warren of St. Lonis and
IMi-s Margaret Warren of New
! Madrid spent several houii in
Ste flenevipvo visiting Hm Huth
, Huff, Sunday.
I Mis Lilian Bieik of Perry
Ivillo is the guests of her friend
Mi's Adelo Sleigleof this city.
10. A. Bozior, Hobort Swink,
Ben Marbury, .lorry Burkes and
Mori ill Pipken of Farmiuf'ton,
il.i' bitledgo of M, Marv 1
John V. Noell and Charles Kil-
l linn of I'crrvvilln: Altirnhv Aber-
naihy of St. Louis; , h. Wanl,
L. L. ('ollios and,!. It. Brewer,
of Cariithorsvillo and Mo-o Wy
bark of Cape Oirardetui attended
circuit court in our city this
To Tho VotorN oJ Misnourl.
It is being said by koiiih, who 'ire
obviously not informed on the ipies
lioit, that the Progressive piirty is in
I'avor of tlio sit.ule tax. This is an
error, and I dcMre to correct it at once.
Then is not one word iu tho IYokioi
mvc iilittforni, either stale or uationnl,
which favors the single tax proposi
tion. As tho candidate of the Pro-
uou. jk iiio ciinninaic or 1110 rro-
gtes-sve party for coventor, I hare
" Z ... V . ' . . . . ' 7" m.. ., 1.. i ' ,
ti,,, ,,. ,. ,w!,i... Midi ik niintiut nt'
1,, lv ..,,nLili.ti 1 .....
I ProcteivMs 'favor the sini;le tux, for
I have nevnr heard it mentioned in
rtocressivo convonttoti nor m n con
leteiicu of l'rouros-ive b adcis ill the I
stitte. Tlionch there may bo a few
individual members of the Proirressivn
party who favor it, as thero urn imli
viibi.'tl members of tint HciiuhUci ti.
Dcmoorotic nnd Knciahst pit 1 ties fiv f
ornhle thereto, I know of no candidate 1 viove where I hope Io remain tho
on the lVotrressivo ticket, from t;t-' J miiuJof of my lifef I am locattvtl
ne Kniisiivnft down, who is in any (in tho Bozicr Building opposite
wise committed to the sIiirIh tax. 1 Filr.knnt's harbor shop on Market
know, too, that the Pmi,-ivi.tie parky !ntna!f. 1' mi) inepared to repair
as,,., organization 1.1 m. fnviiM' Wlrtl.,8i olflks ,, ,
kno;;' o Pirt of
sives in Mis,otiti whoitte in fiiit.ror,J,1'1 ' P' 0Ilati0- ..,
IhoMUKletHX. I'lf-etntlly, I ant not tu,lv , G 13 12 It.
iu favor of it autl intend to votel -
Very respect fnttv,
AIjIUIHT D Noit'iovi,
A FINE LINE OF
Just Hoceived lit
MRS. M. E. KERN
The Main Street .11 111 liter
Everybody is invited to call
and inspect her new up-to-date
.Stock of Millinery. I'rotnpt
attention will be (,'ivou to all
FALL TERM BEGINS
H3KM. 5OTBa Sad
Theoretical Courses iu
Music incliiiliut,' Harmony
and Strict Counterpoint will
820,000 acres of rich lands,
long held for the Indians,
to be sold nt public miction
by the U. S. Government.
Over I 1,000 separate tracts
I 1, 000 chances to get your
choice nt your own price.
Title isunrantced by Government.
Only 25 downibulnnr.oin 2yt-aiB
and residence not required.
See Frkco Agent today;
or writo me for complete
free book, with map.
A. HILTON, Gen'l Paw. Agent
Fruco Bid sr., St. LouU, Mo.
i'WJt.M I'KO, .1',SS of ,Ht J onVs
Mo., the bii(;it and best seutiiuyiiihtv
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