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FAIR PLAY, STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
THE FAIR PLAY.
SATURDAY, JUNK 28 1910.
ONK YEAR 11.00
Kntored nt the Postolllco at Bte. Ocnevleve,
Mo., aa second-class mull matter.
JULE8 J. JUri8f Vubllshrr.
JEFFERSON CITY LETTER
Slate Board Increase Valuation to Off
Set Loss by Prohibition -Women
to Meet.
1919,
1919,
By Means J? ay.
Tho State Board of Equalization
lias fixod tho nssessed valuation ol
all property in the state (or this
yenr at $2,271,205,994. The value
fixed by the Board is an increase
if approximately twenty per cent,
which is n result of the adoption
nt tho Fedoral prohibition amend
ment which will result in quito a
loss in tho state's revenues.
The meeting of tho Board was
attoudod by Governor Gardner,
Attorney General McAllister,
State Treasurer Middlokamp and
Secretary of tho State John L.
Sullivan. Auditor Hackmann was
not there- There has beeu much
speculation as to what he would
linally do on this question about
l lie Capitol but none predicted that
hit would not be at tho mooting.
Mr. Ilackmau states that he was
not "side-stepping" the matter.
It ia believed by most everyone
that the increase which will giye
tho revenue of the state a hike of
20 per cent which is sufficient to
care for the necessary expendi
tures of the common wealth dur
ing the present decade.
The assessment of various classes
of property in the state in com
pniison to 1918, is as follows:
Lund 1918. $559,483,473; 1919
$080,248,717.
Town Lots 1918, $912,209,314;
1919, $1,034,130,075.
Horses 118, $2,020,000; 1919 ,
$38,912,381.
Mules 1918, $14,514,173; 1919,
$18,918,495.
1 Asses and. Jennets 1918 $002,
322; 1919. $720,l(i3.
Cattlti 1918, $41,010,740; 1919,
$G0,531,497.
Sheep 1918, $1,397,4GG;
$4,374,880.
IIors 1918, $5,830,295;
$17,308,055.
Other Livo Mock 1918,
702; 1919, $270,847.
Money Notes and Bonds-
$119,990,898: 1919, $187,477,851.
Banks 1918, $09,819,523; 1919,
$85,344,409.
Other Corporations 1918, $1G,
177,078; 1919, $17,825,111.
Other Personal Properly 1918,
$124,109,134; 1919, $155, 13G.853.
A startling fact was discovered
by a comparison of the assessments
of St. Louis and Kansas City
when it was shown that practically
$0,000,000 nioro in money, notes
and bonds are turned in for taxes
by Kansas City than by St. Louis.
Tho totals for the two are: St.
Louis, $2O,G80,57O; Jackson coun
ty, S2G,1GG,9GG.
The Board reduced tho valuation
fixed by tho old Tax Commission
which placed it at $4,134,523,194.
The reduction was voted by Gen
eral McAllister, Treasurer Middlo
kamp and Secretary Sullivan It
was opposed by Governor Gardner.
citizens are inviled tn attend the
meotings and offor such advico as
will help to bring about n fair as
sessment of tho property of tho
state. Mr. Williams also hopes to
secure the services of some man in
each section of the state to assist
in valuing real property at the
right valun in order that thoro will
bo no inequalities, if it is possible
to do so. Mr. Williams and his
associates feel that tho Commis
sion run on tho right basis can bo
made one of the state's most use
ful departments.
The Missouri Women's Suffrage
Association will hold a meeting
here July 1, the day before tho ex
tra session to act on the Federal
suffrage movement. A banquet
will be given the legislators. Many
prominent men of the state will
attend.
Persons connected with the He
publican State League declare that
the report published to tho effect
that three negro vice-presidents
were "thrown out" at the recent
meeting at Sedalia isfalso. They
say that the negroes are still
officers in the club and will con
tinue to serve.
Chairman ltoy J). Williams, of
the Tax Commission, states that
he will use every effort to bring
the commission closer to the
people. His plan is to hold group
meetings of the assessors of the
state in the various sections. Mem
bers of the county court and all
C. A. FULDNER, OPT. D.
of the linn of FULUNRU & COM
PANY, Marina Bldg 300 N.
Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo., spec
ializing in the correction of eye
sight, eyestrain, and tho proper
fitting of glasses, will bo in
Ste. Geneiitve again Friday, duns 27th
at tho Meyer Hotel from 8 a.
m. to 4 p. m. Any word may be
left for him there.
Ironton Wednesday, Juno 25th
at New Commercial Hotel, from 8
a m. to 1 p. in.
Flat Hiver Wednesday, June
25 at Now Hammond Hotel from
1 p. ki. to 8 p. m.
Write for information or ap
poiutmetit
S. W, UHOTG, U. D.
Physician, Surgoon
and Accoucheur
Ste. Oonovlevo, - M
calls answered promptly day or nlph'
OjHccnt Lnnmvy Drug Store
DENTIST.
Office aljofr Hindi A llonelim' IMiik Mine
Ste. Ocnevlevr. Mo.
DR. L. J. HTJBEB
Resident Dentist
onlco nbovo Jtiilloilfte'fl Drug Sloio
DR. GEO. E. YALLALY
Graduate Vctcrinnrinn
St. Mary's, - Missouri.
Phone Day 45. Night 20.
HENRY L. R0ZIER
B 1 M K
Stu. (Iknkvikvk, - Mo
KJ-lfatmncl a general lluuklnx nml Ileal
KilntclliifllncflB, Imyaml sell Exchange, foiclpn
ati'l iloincttlc nml give apcclal nltontlon to
collections on iillnccesolilo points, remitting
promptly at lowest rales,
Your banking business sol leltcil
iiK.vitr r. iioziku.
IRENE 0. VOOT
Phone 61
Notice To The Public.
We have purchased the Blooms
dale Mill and will tako possession
of it on the first of June, 1919.
We will buy wheat nnd will have
for sale Hour at all times for our
customers. We proniiso every
body who trades with us a square
deal. Your patronage solicited
and will bo appreciated. Yours
for business.
HENUY J. DliURY
ndv JOSEPH B. HUCK
12
ror
TRADE MARK
TRACTOR
WW
Manufactured by HENRY FORD S SON Inc.
THE Fordson Tractor offers an immediate and
satisfactory solution of the farm power problem. It is
the perfected result of many years devoted to tests and trials
under conditions presented on the average farm.
40,000 Fordson Tractors were manufactured and
sold last year. The Fordson Tractor . will answer your
needs because it is economical powerful, easy to operate
and dependable.
Sec us about Fordson Tractors, proven Trac
tor Implements and Power Farming Equipment.
i STANTON GARAGE
Ford Authorized Sales and Service
v! Ste. Genevieve, - - - Mo.
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G.T. CMALEY TRACTOR CO., Distributors, KANSAS CITY, MO.
E. D. VOOT
Phone 161
VOGT ABSTRACT CO.
Abstracts oT Jjiind Titles
Ste. Gunoviove, - - JIo.
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C. J. STANTON.
Attornoj and Counsellor at - Law.
S3-WIII practice In nil t'jo Courts or the
StnlB, i'ruiniit attention Riven to all btiBiiier
rntruatcilto my cure.
am. ueiiovieve, Mr.
JOSEPH BRUIDGERS
The Barber.
Hair-Cutting, Shampooing,
Mnsnging nml nil other ser
vices rendered in up-to-dato
style.
Located in Kottlkk's Building
JOSEPH GERARD'S
Barber Shop
Located on Market Struct West of
rvoettings Store.
For first-class work cull on mo.
Shaving, hnircuting, shampooning,
etc., in the latest stylus.
Grentleraon. tterifcion
JOK FITZKAM.
TONSORIAL ARTIST
rysimving, lliilr-UuttlnK. Slmmiiooli,K,.r,
ilone. In tholmest styli-i'lrcnaonttlilcrulee.
Joe. I n polite unci skillful liarlwr, mill I in
vn s In roRillnon.fi to Hnrvc yon. Onllon Mai
kcl street.
M. BEAUCHAMP.
Slmvlni;, litiir-cilltiMf.', slininpnoliii;, etc.. i
tile Intent styles. Prompt iiltt'iitlmi mill hIiiu
rniora. Your putroiiB(,'H is rtnpectlnlly eollmt
ud. Shop on Sliiln Street, opposite Iimmlng''-
JOSEPH VORST
a ii (1 T"l
STABLES
1 will lflvn btlCP.lul littfntinn r.. Km f t. ......
cIubs Ihikkich ami other vehicle' nlwiijeln
readiness. Horses bounleil by the incul, clav
Kiven tocoinmernlnl trAvrlcrfl. General ubli'
ILSCTBXC
SlfflOl
IN
Every" Home in Ste, Genevieve
This is Possible. Everybody Can Afford It.
Noexeuso now for nob haying the'eonvienjenco and com-
'm'Wit" ELECTRIC SERVICE
will give you. Your neighbor can tollyou of the reason-'
able cost of this service.
v WE WILL
Send men to tell you how you can have it put in.
Call Telephone 124181
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I Home Light & Water Co. j
ii iii.ii.iii.i in in ii.mmi.miih J
So Mi! mi
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TH F Rl P i (f A E- WG uoliovo 5? tllc lljGsfc "looking
I HL Prvjuvvt, iind sweetest running -automobile
over built at thp price.
You will fall in love with ittat lirst siglit, ("If you
liavent already"). It lias everything you want in a motor
car, beauty, power, lino linjsh. comfortably riding, quali:
ties and complete equipment.
THE HALF MILLION DOLLAR MOTOR
is larger, has inexhaustible power, controls are, simple to
understand and very easyto operate, and all working
parts are extremely get-a-able accjessibte.
Let an immediate demonsttltion prove this excep
tional cai', then let our readiness to serve yom nt all times
make you glad you became a BRISCOE owner.
STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.
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;e a mwm Flail
Turns Cattle, Horses, HogsIs FractfcaSSy Indestructible
I Stands Li
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1 HI i .mi-n- fmm ! i i i . .i tm. ,i.
AMERICA!
55?
Buy your new fence for vears to come. Get the bip, heavy wires, the
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and see us and get
our prices. .
Just received a Car Load of American Jonco Wire, all sizes
which we will sell at the lowest p'rice.
Okenfyss9 Hardware Store
ft. A. I
turn
Insurance
Oi'inoK-ovcr Hank Sto. Gen.
Tho Doctor Away From Homo Whon
Mont Nuudud.,
l'enplu nro oftmi vory inueli disnp
pointed to llnd tlmt their family phy.
Biciaii Is away from homo whoa tlioy
most need his services. Diseases liko
pain in tho stomach ami bowels, colic
and diarrhoea require prompt treat
ment, and havo in many instances
proven fatal before medicine could bo
procured or n physician summoned.
Tho right way is to koop at hand a
bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic nml
Diari lmea Huniody. No physician can
pniMsriho a belter medieino for these
diseases. Hy haviuc it in tho house
you escape much pain nnd suffering
and all risk. liny it now; it may save
UftJt , udv
Summer Treatment of The Siraw
terryBBi. ;
Strawberry buds 1 lint nro lo bo
fruit oil anotlior year should have
their tops cut promptly after tliu
ft'iiilin seiton, advisos V.
Unrdner, of tho University of
Missouri Colleen of Agtictilture.
This may bo done with u sojtlio or
in the "onso of largo plantations
with a mower. Care should be
exercised not to out so "close to the
ground as to injure the crowns.
After the tops havo dried a few
days tho bed should bo humeri
over. Tho burning gets rid of tho
old tops and most of the mulching
material and nt (he same time
destroys insects and fungus dis
eases. It is desirable to select a
time for tho burning when there
is a lair breeze blowing so that the
liro will sweep over the bed rather
quickly and not have a chance to
smoulder and destroy the crowns."
llight after burning over tho bed
should bo cultivated thoroughly.
Now leaves will then develop
quickly to nmiiufnctuio food ina
toriuls out of which tho fruit buri&
for next season's crop nro formed.
Cultivations should be frequent
enough during tho remainder of
tho growing Minsou to jcecp down
weeds. nmiM'i-vn lntiisrui'u 'iiml
otherwise promote a strong vigor-1
ous vegetative growth of the
plants, While it in desirable toj
have tho plants form some new
runners during the summer
months, in the case of old beds
excessive runner formation should
lie discouraged. lAnoe the plants
to rievoto their cnergirs t.o the
production of fruiting crowns amj
fruit buds rather than dissipating
them through tho production of
many new runners. This can be
done by frequent cultivation that
maintains rather narrow rows of
plants and fairly wide cultivated
stiips between the. rows. In case
of small' plantations it may bo
profitable to go over the bed two or
three times and remove the run
ners by blind.' Weather nmrii
lions have been -so favorable for
growth this past spring that ni'i'iny
strawberry beds- that otherwiso
would be plowed can bo fruited
profitably another year.
Money saved is what counts.
Invested in W.tr Savings Stamps
it grows day and night.
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Ctato of Ohio. Cffy of Toledo,
Lucnn County, en.
' Frank J. piitncy makes oath that he
Is senior partner of tho arm of V. J.
Clioncy ft',Co,, doing, business In tho City
of Toledo, County nnd Stute nforesald.
nnu that nairt firm -will nay tho Bum of
ON13, HUNDRED DOIXaTrB fo wch
nnd every cuso of Catarrh that cannot bn
r.',i'5rJl!.0USB,nf "AI'I-'S CATAItnil
MI3DICINE. l-'UANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and uubscrlued In
"iy Presence, this 6th dny of December.
A',Jf',?m- A- w- QLEASON,
. IV"',", . . . Notary Public.
tfrnnlly -,nd acta through tlio Blood on
fotelmU2naCf0ree' ,Ue' SyStem' Bmi
oi J- SI'.ENEY & co- Toledo, O.
Sold by all driiRffistB. 7Ec.
, Hall's Family pills for constipation,

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