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FAIR PLAY. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
LONGEVITY ON THE DECREASE
University Professor Thinks It l, an
Gives Some Cogent Reasons Why
It Should Be.
l'rof. Raymond I'enrl of Jolins Hop
kins, after an exhaustive study of lift
ri!ml)lllty extcmlliig thrbtiuli a hlstor
lu purluil uf'two HiiiusniHi years, ar
rives at the conclusion that whIN
man's possibilities of life at hlrth and
In ,irller .stages has been steadily Im
proving, his expectation of life at ad
vanced npo has been steadily decreas
In;;. Comparisons riiwrliiR from tht
Itomniio-Kpyptlan to the present da
offer statistical proof. The theoretical
explanation Is that In early times, with
less provision for the protection of
babies and Infants, only the more nip
jied pulled through. Nowadays with
Increasing care for childhood, the weak
are tarried Into adolescence and adult
hood. Where formerly only the Attest
or toughest managed to reach tht
shady slope of life, and were conse
quently more likely to hang on to ripe
old ages, the salvaging of the weaker
brings them Into the littles and sixties
with loss hope of prolonged life. It
sounds plausible and may explain the
apparent decrease of longevity. Inci
dentally, bis statistics brought out the
fact that while women formerly hud
less expectation of life at all nges,
this bus been reversed another blow
to the tradition of "the weaker sex."
Women now appear to have the great
er probability of prolonged life.
KNOWS MACHINES HE BUILDS
Head of Great Locomotive Works Hag
More Than Business Acumen to
On a hot day last summer an ex
press train between Philadelphia and
-New York came to a jolting halt, says
Tuitions l.uslness. 1 lie passengers
Hist joked, then grumbled, then grew
impatient. A big man, white-haired,
but youthful In motion, climbed down
from n cbalrcar ami marched up to
the engine, which was the center of
a ring of passengers,
"What's wrongV" be asked.
In elfect, the engineer said that the
engine bail quit and bo didn't know
what the several things was the mat
ter with it.
The big man peeled off his coat and
waistcoat and rolled up his shirt
sleeves. Then lie sort of disappeared
in the interior of the unwilling engine
and the ring of watching passengers
Half an hour later he emerged with
a smudged face and grimy hands, and
said, ".She's all right now," put coal
and waistcoat over bis arm and
walked back to his chair car, wiping
his hands on a handful of waste he'd
picked up in the cab.
She was all right, and the man who
made her ail rUlit was Samuel Milt-
thews Viiiiilniii, millionaire president
of the r.itldwln Locomotive work, and
a leal lews of llieir liO.OOO workmen.
Airplane an Essential Now.
In 5U minutes after the IUrmlnghnni
olllcu 01 a Shelby county mine opera
tor had gotten in touch with the mine
rescue station at West Knd, experts
til the station had engaged an airplane
and with special life-saving apparatus
had been landed at the mine, ;!0 miles
This marks a new Held of useful
nes.s for the airplane. I'liyslclans, life-
saving experts and mine-rescue up
paratus may he carried through the
air to the scene of a mine disaster
and many lles may be saved by this
When the airplane has evolved Into
a medium for the saving of human
life, It may indeed he said to have
entered the class of the essentially
practical. lJIrmlngham Age-Herald,
Work of Y. W. C. A. Abroad.
Secretaries of the newly organized
Y. W. C. A. in Krawok, Poland, were
sui prised recently to have a member
ship card of the Cleveland (O.)
lonug Women's Christian association
piesented to them by a young girl
who was on her way to America. The
girl proved to have a sister living in
Cleveland who had taken out mem
bership In the International Institute
of that city, and then sent the card to
the tiaveler as a guarantee of as
sistance along the way, Cllrls us
young as twelve and sixteen are pass
ing through the Y. W. C. A. oilice In
Poland on the way to America,
Good Work Is Costly.
The remarkable difference In prices
of tenuis nickels is not so much duo
to the difference In the cost of the raw
materials of which they are made as
to the kind and amount of labor on
their making, says the American For
estry Magazine of Washington. IJest
tennis rackets are works of art, ami
the skill of the worker is rclleoted In
the price as much as in any other
article belonging to sport and ath
letics. The Really Terrible Thing.
Mrs. (lush Too bad about your
poor husband getting his arm broken
In your motor accident jostorday. So
Mrs. Swagger Oh. thank you, but
that wasn't the worst; my new lint
was simply ruined, Uoston Trim
script. A Moving Question.
Itedd 1 understand that about 05
per cent of the motion pictures shown
In liiitlsh India aro American produc
tions. GreeneHut can tho uverago audi
ence out there tell whether IVa so
American pie hlcli lb uvliig tlinwn or
By DOROTHY A. BALDWIN.
.'. mi, r MoCnir nwrpn yBtat.
"Hallo, youngjnnn !" said Mr. Went
worth heartily. '"You've come Jnst In
time. This Is n rlppfr of n thunder
shower. Isn't Here's your cousin
Italpn, .Mnrcln," he added, turning to
his daughter. "Do come uwny from
that window, child. Dick will come
Just ns soon If you don't watch for
llalph's face darkened.
"Oh, Wck Wlnthrop here, Is lie?
Still think lie's worth marrying Mar
eta?" ' Hick came' two or three days ago,"
said Man-lu, Ignoring Itnlph's tiirust.
"lie and Uncle Joe went down to
Stevens' brook this afternoon. Uncle
.lo-'s delighted to have someone
to share his enthusiasm over trout
Itnlph's eyes narrowed,
"I do wish they'd cuinc. They Bhould
have been hero long ago," she added.
"What a terrible shower this Is!"
There came n blinding flash of light
ning, followed by u tcrrlllc crash of
thunder. Then the front door was
flung open and Marcla rushed Into the
"Thank goodness, you've come,
Dick:" she cried. "Hut Where's Uncle
"Heavens I Isn't he here? We got
separated at the brook! Each playing
a trout, you know."
Dick looked up quickly nt the sound of
"Oh, hallo, Kalph! Say. it's a
mighty good thing you're here. Get
Into some togs quick and come back
with me to hunt."
Involuntnrlly Marcla remembered
Oncle Joe's will, which was to leave
two-thirds of his property to her In
cnfc of her marriage. If he should be
dead, it would mean that she and Dick
could be married without waiting the
few years Dick would need to earn
enough In Ids profession to support
Marcla instantly dismissed the
thought as unworthy. She loved her
uncle, and she ami Dick did not want
to profit by his untimely death.
Ten o'clock struck; then eleven, then
twelve. It was of no use to think of
going to bed. Sleep would he Impos
sible. Dawn cntue. Then, Just us the
clock struck the, the three men re
"Couldn't you find any trace of him?"
"We found r decided trace," Pttld
Kalph, quickly, looking hard at Dick.
"Look at these!" and he held out to
the stnrtled girl her nnele's handker
chief, covered with blood, and an open
"We found these lying together be
low the bridge. That's Dick's knife."
Marcla uttered an Involuntary ex
clamation. Then her head went up.
"Well, what of it?" she said, defiant
ly. "Dick loaned him the knife, unfl
he accidentally cut himself with It."
"Ob, very likely," said Ralph, with
biting sarcasm. "Dick knew about your
uncle's will, and he Just thought he
saw a good chance to benefit by It,
that's what I We'll just turn this young
man over to the sheriff."
Marcla looked Imploringly nt her
father, who shook his head sadly and
"Dick," she cried. "It's uot true. I
"Of course it Isn't, Marcla. Things
will clear up before long. If we could
only find your uncle!"
"You 'never will, unless you choose
to find his body," said Ralph signifi
cantly. Dick's face llamed. He balled bis,
fists nnd mndo a quick 'step toward)
Ralph, when the door flew open and In
walked Uncle Joe!
"Don't stare at me ns If I were a,
ghot," he cried. "Did you think I was
lost for good?"
"Uncle Joe!" gasped Marcla. "Where;
have you been?"
"Over at Ezcklel Johnson'St sound
asleep ! Sorry to have worried you
"Hut bow?" began Dick. "It's ten
miles ever ttore!"
"Why, you tee, I went farther than
I thought lifter that trout. Whn the
shower struck, I found myself near tho
road. There jasn't a shelter In lght,
but 'Johnson happened ulong Just then
and offered to take me to his house. I
tried to telephone you, but the wires
were out of commission. When the
storm kept up, they offered me a
night's lodging and said they'd bring
mo home bright uud curly this morn
ing. "I should sa.v you people had been
beating the brush all night, by the
looks. Hold on, Ralph I Don't run off
before I've bad a chance to thank
"I think Ralph would like to go Im
mediately," said Marcla Icily. "Tn
strain must be wearing on him!"
Uncle Joe slareil nt Marcla In aston
ishment as Ralph slammed the door
behind him. Sparing uo details, Mar
cla told Iilm the whob story. Unci
"That's the trouble my cut finger
caused 1 Thought Dick was nfter my
money, did he? Well, I'm uot golne
to have any suspicious like that around
again! I'll tear up that will of mlna
nnd give you the property now, while
I'm alive. 1 don't need it to llv on,
and I'd like the fun of seeing you en
"Now, no thauksl" he added, hastily,
as Marcla aud Dick both started to
sneak, "autl t fere's jutt ore1! t'oiidltlon:
UVt you Iwo shall iiiarry catfc otlar
Bay a Clenner, Wash Machine, Iron or other
Electric Applianco from ns
not only ot an article of unsurpassed merits, but
there is a service connected with your purchase that
insures you repairs and attention, at a saving to you,
over what these items would amount to when your
purchase is made else when.'.
florae Light & Water Co.
Time is tho test of truth, And
Dunn's Kidney Pills havo stood the
test in Ste. (leneviovu. No Ste. Gen
evieve lesident who sufTets baekaehe,
or aiiuoyinc urinary ills can remain
uneoiivineeii by this twieu-told testi
mony. Felix Surlier, proprietor of machine,
-hop, X. Main St., Ste. Genevieve,
nys: "I have used Dunn's Kidney
I ills on on" or two oeeassioui anil
they have clono ine much tfood. Now
mid then my kidneys don't net as
they should and I havo tin attack of
backache. I always u'Ct a box of
Dunn's at liiiiinin's Drue Stole and
tlny never, tail to rid niu of till!
trouble. I am k'I'ul to recommend
them." (Statement given July 7,
On Mutch.'!, l!)2l). Mr. Suelier said:
"My faith in Doaii's Kidney Pills i
ns stroiij,' now as it was in Mllli. I
haven't used a kidney remedy for a
number of years for my kidneys are
Price (iOo at all ilenleis. Don't
simply nsk for a kidney remedy t;ot
Doan's -Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Suelier had. Koster-Milburn Co.,
Ml'rs.. DulTalo, N. Y. adv
Tlie State Gollep Is TraMiiE
Yoni Men For Dairy Inflnstry
The iiiiiinal huelmiiilry division
of tin Deiiurf inent of Agriculture
in the Southeast Missonti .State
Uolleg-e at Cnpo (iirimltmii is ren-
ritH'inu a valuable service by aid
inp. in Hie development of
dairy industry anil traitiiiit; yotitiR
, . , . . . (. .
llinil llltt lMllt LCI1UII llllll .) I II i; III
the piililiii seliools hut also to
dairy experts. Jfeeently the Uni
versity of Illinoi seetired tlin sui
viees of David Wilder nnd Ilorninu
liull'iuyer, students in tho animal
liitsliinidry division of tho Statu
t!olli'jP, for oflleiul testing work.
These yotuiR iiirii are now en
KitU'ed in innkitm oflicial mill;
tests ns employees of the Univer
sity of Illinois. They will return
to their work in tho State, Collect)
nt Cnpe Girnrdenii at tho openint:
of the summer torm.
Dairying is it rapidly growing
industry in Southeast Missouri,
mid this section of the state needs
more young men who possess tin
tiiiiuiug that Mr. Wilder and Mr.
litiffuieyof aro getting nt tho Statu
Wholesale Distributor for Ste. Genevieve Co.
Griesedoick Light Beverage, Draft and Bottles
C. V. Beverage, Draft and Bottles
C. V. Root Beer, Di'aft and Bottles
All these drinks ate
Refreshing, Healthful, Exhilarating
iiid will satisfy tho taste both in tho house and at the bar
ORIGINAL GRIESEDICK BEVERAGE
Always On Tap
Phone No. lip lor any of thu above Hevontges and your
order will receive prmp, attention. Respectfully,
IX. Gr. RXSELXtt, Prop.
Lunch Room in Connection
Official Court Dinctory.
Peter II. lluek
Thus. H. Slrauglian
Asnociatu Judg-e, Dlst. -
Recorder of Deeds
Felix .1. Kljrdon
Felix .1. Itigdon
A. A. naunijfartner
Frank J. Huek
Lawrence 1. Slehcrt
Wm. P. Uncle
Joseph II. Hebm
iMt'y C. J. Stanton
'County Supt. of .Schools
Miss Vivian fiaty
Co. Surveyor Henry Nation
Coroner Leo Haslet
Public Administiiitor Leo S. Ycaly
Judge Juvenile Court Geo. Steigle
CmcuiT Court, meets on fourth Mon
day in April and October.
County Coukt, meets onlirstMondny
in May, August, November and Fcl
PitoiiATi: CouitT, meets on -nd Mon
day in May, August, November and
CITY OFFICIAL DIKKCTORY,
Mayor, !'. A. Woiler.
Aldermen 1st Ward, Bernard Gries-
baber and Harry Hulim.
I Aldermen 'Jul Ward. Sias DuRaclicr
Leon C. Vnrst.
Aldermen 3rd Ward, George Stuppv
I and Gottlieb Uehm.
and Gottlieb Kehm.
President of Hoard Gottlieb Hchm.
. UIUIH) I llll ,1 Itl'r.lVI , U I
Collector, John Herter.
Marshal, Hobt. Abornathy.
City Attorney. C. ,1. Stanton.
Hoard's regular meeting,
Monday of each month.
An organization of Kails coun
ty fanners, having horrowed
steam drills, will blast out lime
stono from tho native ledges in
the most efficient manner. This
will bo pulverized by a crusher
owned and operated coopera
tively, and will he applied to the
sour soils of that locality.
They Speak Well of It.
"I frequently bear Cliriinborlnin's
Couuli Keiuedy praised by I'rieiidH, ami
aeriuniulnnees wbieb only tend to
strengthen my jjnnd opinion of it,"
writes Mrs. l'reti Alter, Zanesville,
Ohio. Try it when you have a eoutrh
or eold and eo for yourself what nn
excellent medicine it is, f th
Sheriff's Sale in Partition.
tn lln Clrcnlt Court nf Htn. Genevieve
County Missouri, October term, UUO,
I.lhblo Thnmure. Henry Thcun- I
urn nail Mnmle I.nllosc, I'luln- 1
U, No. CM)
Man Lnltose, nettali Murlec, I Ilpurt-u
rank Morlce. Veronica 1'nlttte. I Partition.
I'ettT Politic. Odlltt I'ollllu. I
Thomas. I'olltte, rrnnco I.omlnn I
Cuurlen Loudon, Justlno Hlni'er, I
Joecpti 11. HInuer, 1 mucin I
tMUMxm nnd Jost mi Htraos-1
iit Tirinn una nnmoriir nit nccrpe nno
nnlerof nnlr mil, In lij- tlin Circuit Court of
tho county or win. winnviev. ortim miiuo
ot Ml-uurl, In I hn nlinve entitled cuune,
iinM ot a eertllli'il eoiy thereof, iluleil No-
emlHT (1. IWI. mill to me tho unilernleueil
Miicrin.iiiuivt-ruii, i win, on
Tuesday, April '20,
Imtnveii tho Iiourn ot nlnn o'eloel; tn the
forenoon mtil ll o o'clock of the afternoon of
that day. at the i-nit front door of tin- Court
IIiiush in tlit City of Site, di'imv eve. Hlv.
luntwlee County, Slate of Missouri, cull
at iiulille venilunto the tilKhcst lilililer, Ih"
follou iUK ili'.-crll'i'il real estate, sltunteil lu
titv. (lenet If vi- County, Missouri, to-nll :
Tun urtit'iits In front Itv twenty anient
In ili-plli lioiuiili'il on the North liy lainl
former y of Julian Katie now owneil liy
(llileou Chailwell, on tho South by laud of
(formerly of I'.llaiinu l'.ik'etj now of Alva
nilver. I.nxi I iv lainl or sum culver, anil
West by lainl of l-'rancols C. Itozier belnir
twenty urpents deep by two wliie anil beln
east nan ot a tract ot mini nouk-iit ny mini
Durauii irom me neirs ot Auinieimu liy Deen
lateil .'itli Hay or .May, IKIi'.nnil mourned at
the County of rite, (lelievlevu In Hook II
pace "13V'; also Lot U lu Hurvey No. 272
conllrmed to 1'rauenls Morenu containing
2'i arfients belntr same lot of ground on
which the said Durum! now resides anil be-
Itli.- same lot purchased by sabl Durand
from the heirs of Francis Moreau"i nlso a
lot In the city of Ste. (lenevleve biiuuileil
North by bit of frsncls Duraml aforesaid
one anient nnd n half and on the South by
the concession of I'rauels Jams and eon
tains about two arpenls. it Is ul-o bounded
east and west by lines runulni. parallel
with and 'n extension of the lines of the
ud lot of l-ranels Duraml which was
irlL'lually part of the concession of
l'raueols Mureati. nnd beiiik' name land
purchased liy said Duraml from the School
Directors or the Town oi te. wunuvievn ot
the land llecords of said County; also the
follow Int,' described tract of laud, i Iz: lie
ttliinlntr at the Northw est corner of Murvey
No. ill thence inn direct unit to tne soiitu-
nest corner of a tract ot lam! acquired by
said Uur.ind from Francois Morenu on tho
South line of .Survey No. 272. Thence In n
Northeasterly direction with the line ot
said Hurvey No. 272 one anient and a half
Thence .Southwardly parallel with the llrst
mentioned line to the North lino of Hurvey
No 441. Thence West with the North line uf
said Hurvey No. 441 to the place of beln
nliikt to wit! Tho North West corner of
said Hurvey No. 444 In Township No. 3a
North It mice 9 I;ast in tho County of Ste.
tlenevleve aforesaid, nnd hello: same bind
purchased by said Duraml from Joseph Del
viiiie iv need dated Aiiru I tin a. d.. ih.j
anil recorded in Hook "I." puiro M aud U3
one of land records of said County."
TKKMH JK HAI.1I: Cash, payable one-
third on date of purchase and the remain
ilcr with leiral Interest thoreun, within
idxty days thereafter.
I.A KI..XJI. i. nil. III. HI ,
Sheriff of Hte. tlenevleve County
Hatunlay, March 26, UWI.
r,y virtus and Authority of a special
execution Issued from the office of th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the county
or ste. uenevievr. retuinarji
to tho April term. 1921. of said court, and to
me directed, wherein the State of Missouri,
at the relation ami to tho use of wm. 1
iluck, collector of the revenue, within and
for ste. (lenevleve ( ounty. State of Mis
sourl, is plaintiff, and William Si'sok. his
unknown heirs and lek'al representatives
1 have leWd upon and seized the fnl-
lowlnu described real estate situated In
the county of Hte. Genevieve nnd Stnte
jf Missouri, and charged with the lien of
tax inn on which said execution Is found
ed ns follows, viz.:
South West nnnrterof South East quarter,
section 16. tow nshlp No. 37. rank-e 8 contain-
Intr 40 acres all lyink'. beiiik and situate in
Ste. tlenevleve County. Mo. And 1 will on
Tuesday, April 20, 1921,
between the hours of nine o'clock In th
forenoon and Ave o'clock In the afternoon
of that day, at the front door of the Court
llotii,e, in the city of ste. (ienevleve
Statu of Missouri, sell nt public auction
for cash, to the hlchest bidder, the ubove
described propel ty or so much thereof
as will ..itlsfy said e.ecutIon nnd costs
I.AWUENCi: I. SIEHEHT,
Sheriff of Ste. Genevieve County
I!y vlrtu and authority nf a special
Tecutlon Issued from the office of the
its of tlie f ireult C ourt of the county
' s-ie lienrvii-M, returnable
to the Arpll term, last, of said court, and to
tne directed, w herein the Htateot Missouri
at the relation aud to tho use "f wm. 1
Iluck, collector of the revenue, within and
for Hte. (lenevleve County, State of Mis.
sourl. Is plaintitT, anil Joseph IIiik.v. his
unknown heirs uud leh'al representatives
d upon -mil seized th" fol-
nl.nj dii-cribcil ten I estate slttmtil ir
IH M f Sle i;..). eve nild Slrl-
' "Ml ourl. rid ch-irced with tlx- II. n
ix bill on which said execution Is found
Part of l S. Hurvey Mo. 3221 sltunte lu
Ste. (lenevleve County. State of Missouri.
mil containing: '.3. lit acres, and Hast half
lots 1 and 2, N. W. quarior, svctluu 3. tun.
3S, raiik'e N, conlalnluk 188.8.131.52 acres, situated
In ste (ienevleve County, Missouri. And I
Tuesday, April 20, 1921,
between the hours of niu.. o cloci, in til
'orenoon and IH- o'clock In the ufternm
f that day, at the front door of the C'our
'louse. In the City of Sle. Genevieve
State of Missouri, sell at public auction
for cash to the highest bidder, the abov
described property, or so much thereo
is will satl.tfy said petition nvi i-ms
i.AWitnNci: i. stKimttT.
SheiilT of Ste. Genevieve County.
April 2, liiJI.
''v virtue ml ntilhurlty of a spplal
""iiion Usiicil from the office of the
ik of the circuit Court of the county
f-,., ,.V(. tettirtt'ible
to the April term. 1021, of said court, anil to
inu directed, wherein the State uf Missouri,
at the relation and lu I lie use, of 'Mu.l'.
Iluck, collector o( the revenue, within and
for Ste. llenevlevo County, statu of Mia
sourl, is pljlutin, anil Peter I.abru.v ere,
his unknown heirs aud lci;al representa
tives aro defeudauts.
imm iv.ii"! upon and seized the fol
.iwitiK di s rlbed real istnle situated In
lie r.eintv ol Mo. t, iii'Vive and StAtD
if Mls-o'jn. ai'd charscl v It h the lien ol
a bill on vvlin h fiid execution Is founj'
d as follows, viz.:
Part of IT. H. Survey No. ISS9, eouululuK
lt)2 acres, lylut.'. Iielni; and sltuutu lu Sle
Geuuvlm o Couuty. Missouri. And Ivviltuu
Tuohday, April 20, 1921,
between the hours of nine o'clock In the
rinen.mil ami live o clucu In the afttrnoon
if tii.it day, nt the front door of the Court
Moon-, In the City of Ste, Genevieve,
f-'tnte of Missouri. s tl nt public auction
for cash, to the hliiln st lilil.lf r. the nbova
dcn-rllied property, or so much thereof
ns v 1 1 1 satisfy said execution and costs.
Slii.riff of Ste lb in. v lev e County
April 2, ID.'t.
Kt-litivus ULiMiiuntio l'nins
"I inn Ktilijui't to i licuiimtisin imtl
wlii'ii I lutvu it siiull nt it oiio or two
iippliciitunis ot (MiaiiilmrliiitiV l.ini
uiuut ruliovus tint puiu auil ninkcs
rest and bleep portililo. I vv'oull uot
tliuiL- of doiiiti 'viHiout, it," MriU's
(Mrs, C. Owsley, Muliurl, Mo. uflv
CUT ELECTION NOTICE,
Tho City Ulcctlon will bo held on
TUESDAY, APlltl. 8. 1D2I.
The followltiK olIicoi H will be elected:
.Mayor, City Marshal and an Alderman
fioni each Ward for u term uf two years.
JUDOUS OK ULIXTION
Ward MIsh Mamie naumstnrk.
HUH, lion Itottiur ud uturlo
1'olllDB place.U. A. II. Heuuqatr-
Hcennfl Ward-Mr. Chnrles Wlblnr, ttnrrr
nerrr, I'ell Jnnis nnd Hert Hlebert. Poll
lnir placp, Hoy House on Merchant Afreet.
Third Ward Mm. Herman I'autler, Leo
nasler,Teil Meyer nnd Hdcar (leller. Poll
I ilk place, City Council Chamber.
1'. A. WKILUIt, Mayor.
SCHOOL ELECTION NOTICt.
In compliance with Hectlon 11,208, Itovlot
Hlatutes ItdO, notice Is hereby irU'eti tothn
Mualllled voters uf the School district of
City of Hte. flenovleve, Couuty of Hte. flenu
yleve, and State of Missouri, that the annual
school election of said district will be held
at tho Public School Hulldiiitt In the City or
Hte. (lenevleve on Tuesday, the 6th clay of
April, A. D , IU2t, conimenciui; at 7 a. in. mid
doHliik' at G p. in., for the purpose of elect
Ink' two directors for the term of threo
years, nnd also for Kubmittlntr to the tax
payers ol the district tho proposition to
levy a tax of too cents on tho one hundred
dollars valuation to be levied for school
purposes as provided for tn Section 11,151,
Hevled Statutes I9IV.
liy order ot the Hoard of Kducatlnn.
I-'. A. WniLKU.
Secretary Hoard of Education.
IJy virtue ami authority of n mfdnl
cxerutlnn IxmuciI from the offlr-c of tlie
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the county
of Ste. Genevieve, returnable
to the Arpll term. 11)21. of snlil court, anil to
ineillreuti-il.wliurvln tho .Statu of Mlxaourl,
:u ino ri'Kiuuu nun io tne use ot win. l".
Iluck. colliictor of tlui rm until', within iiml
for Ste. Oi-ncvlovo County, htutu of Ml
.sourl, Is iiliilntirr, iiml John A. FIukI, hln
unknown Imlr.i nnd IokuI reiirnscuiativeii
I h.ivi- Ievli'l unon nnil silzrd Ihp fol-
lOKlnc clescrlbeil real estate sltunteil In
tin- county of Hte. ft.-nev eve nnu Stt
nf MIourI. nnil chnrsed with the lien of
tax bill on which said execution Is found
ed us follows. Iz :
Part Went half of N. K nuarter. nart N.
half N II. MUarter of N. W ijuarter, con
talnlni; 111.75 acres, and Hurt survey No.
Willi, contnluini; Ill acres all sltuala and
Helm; ami lyini; In Hte. 'Jeneviove County,
.Missouri. Ami I will on
Tuesday, April 2(3, 1921,
lietwei-n the hours of nine o'clock In tlui
forenoon and live o'clock In the afternoon
it unit cinj, nt tin- 1 1 ntit door of the Court
louse, in the City of Ste. Genevieve,
tntc of Missouri, sill nt public miction
for cash, to the hisliett bidder, the nbov
dc'i-rlbed property, or so much thereof
is will satisfy sold execution nnd costs.
LAWIIENCK I. SIEI1KKT,
Sheriff of Ste. Genevieve County.
Ily virtue and nuthorlty of a special
execution Issued from the office of th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the county
of Ste. Genevieve. lurnable
to the April term, 1921, of said court, and to
mo directed, wherein tho Statu of Missouri,
at the relation and to tho use or Wm. P.
Iluck. collector ot the rHvenun, within and
for Hte. Oenevleve County, Hisiti of Mis
souri, is plaintiff, and l.ci'r. o. Warden, her
unknown heirs and Icral representatives
i iimc levied upon and seized the fel
low tnc described real estate situated in
.hi- county of Kte. Genevieve nnd Stat
f Missouri, and chnrsed with the lion of
bill on which said execution Is found-
-w fr.llnwt, VlZ.'
Part of South West frl. quarter. Sec. No. 24,
twp. 37, rantre No. 7, coutalnlnk' 1 06 acres.
S W 'A of N. W. quarter, pt. N.K. quar
ter of N. W. quarter, -ec. 2.1, twp 37, rantfo 7,
ciintaluliiK 16 acres In the County of Hte.
Genevieve, Stato of Missouri. And I will on
Tuesdiiy, April 2t3, 1921,
between the hours of nine o'clock In tt
forenoon and five o'clock In the afternoon
of that day. nt the front door of the Court
House, in the City of Ste Gencvlcvo.
State nf .Missouri, sell at public auction
for cash, to the hlshest bidder, the nbove
described propel ty. or so much thereof
as will satisfy said execution and enstn.
t.AWItlJNCB I. SIEHKKT.
Sheriff of Ste. Genevieve County.
April 2. 1321.
I'v IiIiip an, niithoilty of n special
Mention ifftied ft mi the office of the
erk of Hie Ciruuit Court of the county
II' I w. ilfM ,l,t
to the April term, 1821. or said court . and to
me directed, wherein the Statu of Missouri,
at the relation and to the use of Win. P.
Iluck, collector of the revenue, within and
for Sto. Genevieve County, statu of Mis.
souri, Is plaintiff, and David Clark, his un
known heirs uud letfal reprusentatlv es aro
ti.e levied upon nnd seized the fol
lowltnr described real estate sltt.ntcd In
he county of Ste. Cenev .-ve and Stnte
i Missouri, and charged with the lien of
ix hill on which said execution K found
1 -is follows, viz.'
Part of U. . Survey No. 1SG2 conlalnlnc
5.25 acres, lyliik', lie Ink- and situate in Ste,
Genevieve County, Mo. And I will on
Tuo.sduy, April 20, 1921,
opivveen tne nours oi nine o'clock in the
''orenoon nnd five o'clock In the nftcrnoon
if that day, nt the front door of tho Court
louse, in the City of Ste. Genevieve,
Stale of Missouri, sell at public auction
'or cash, to tho.hlKhest bidder, the ubovn
described property, or so much thereof
s will satisfy said execution nnd costs.
LAWaUNCH I. SIKHEllT,
Sheriff uf Hte. GencvU-vu County.
April 2. IW1. .
Wlii'ii ill ni'inl ol' cut flowers Tor fu
nerals, wutltliiius, pntties or decora
tive, purposes, iv,. Will I'llliiisli them
in tiny ilesitrii ik'siieil. Prices uhvtiys
reasouablu. Phono loll,
rnlv hi:o C. H.vbLUU.
Tho only rettson why a nuws
paper isn't a necessity is ho
cause one can always read his
A man has littlo difficulty in
lovinK his ncifjchhor as himself,
if the neiKhhor happens to he a
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local drllcatloii, nK iry cannnt rench
the dlaiand portion of the ear. Thfro la
only pile way to cure rulurrhal 4rnrnr,
and that la by n conallliitloual rcnicdj'.
Catarrhal Deafncr Is ratiscd by an Id
flamrd rrnulllen of tbc inucotia HnlnB ef
the Uuatachlan Tube Vi'hen this tube la
Ir.flanud you ba.a a rurahllna; aound or Ira
rtrfect hearlnr. and whin It I entirely
doted. DfafnrfB Is tho rceult. Unleai thu
Inltamntation can he reduced and tbla tubu
rratorrd to Ita normal condition, hcarlnaf
will ha deatroyed forever. Many eaaea ct
dcafntaa ara cauaid by catarrh, whltb la
Inflamed condition of the muoon aor
facct. Hall's Catarrh Medicine act thru
tho blooii en tho nuccua surface ot Uid
Wu uill.Elva Onit Hundred Dottvtji fcl
any c&iu of Citarrtial pcafocas Utat cajot
be rurwl by Hall' Catarrh Me'dJUlIa, Cl
culan free. All nruintlt, JJc. " ,i
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