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Election in Maine.
(Missouri State Journal.) ' The by-elections in Maine last Mon day in which the Republican candi date for Congress won by a majority 12,000 less than the majority in 1920 may not have any over shadowing significance. It may not indicate that Maine is at all likely to give a'Demo cratio majority soon, bat it does show that the Republican tide is receding. In this Maine district, always repre sented by a Republican, and formerly by James Q. Blaine, the election re turns show that the party line-np re verts as far back as 1918, and but little better than 1916, from Republican viewpoints. This is important, par ticularly when we bear in mind that the total vote in Maine most practical ly be doubled by the women vote. If this be true in Maine, where Repnb lican sentiment is deep-seated and , Republican affiliations are traditional, bred in the bone, what may we ex pect when we reach the broad reaches of the Middle West and the West generally? But this does not quite cover the ground. There have been held muni cipal elections in Maine. Lewiston, Waterville, Rockland, Saco and Bid deford, all important Maine industrial centers, elected Democratic mayors, , and in each case tamed the entire city governments over to the Demo crats. Even Bath, Maine, threw the Republican out and elected an inde pendent. In each of these elections the Democratic majority was over whelming. The Messenger, published at Rock land, commenting on these elections says that the people have "learned that the O. O. P. handed them a gold brick in 1920." Correct, it was the biggest confidence game in history, but is due to meet a full accounting in the near future. Hi fl ijjl fl a 1 a? H5 K Hi Hi Hi Hi g? f-I AVING bought the Potter Farm, one-fourth mile g: S " west of Ironton, I will, on : w h 1 Hi Mr. and Mrs. Muse. (De Soto Press.) Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Muse of Second and Perry St. who a week ago cele brated their fifty-fifth wedding anni versary are one of the oldest couples' in De Soto. Mr. Muse was born in North Carolina near the town of Carthage. He moved with his par- ) ents to Oregon County, Mo., when 7 years of age. They later moved to Iron County. Mrs. Muse, whose name was Nancy NorriB, was born in an ad joining state to that of her husband in Florence County, South Carolina. Shet like her husband moved with her par ents to Mo. about the year 1861 and located in Iron County. They first imet in Belleview, the same county, and were married the same year. They came to De Soto in 1905, and Mr. Muse went to work in the R. R shops where he has been employed from that time to the present and rarely misses a day of work, despite his 74 years of age. Mrs. Mase is near five years his senior, being 79 years of age. They have four living children, Mrs. C E. Merseal of De ' Soto, Mrs. S. G. McCallof Piedmont, H. A. Muse of St. Louis, (the latter having married a coumn of the same name.) Their youngest son Robert, died a few years ago leaving an only child, Roberta, who resides with her mother in Texarkana. They have only one other grandchild, Miss Ruth Merseal, who resides with her par ents in De Soto, and is a High School student here. Mr. Muse is in good health for a man of his years and Mrs, ' Muse, until a recent accident, was able to attend her household duties. She is now on the road to recovery Mr. Muse has one living brother, old er than himself. He and his wife live in Frumet and they expect to cele brate their 57th wedding anniversary next August. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one rirpArieri disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known "to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. TTall'K Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, there hv destrovlncr the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have an much faith In its curative pow ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold bv all Druirelats. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Advertisement. t 10 nVWlr A M -nffer at Pub- w g lie Auction, on the Farm premises, to the highest bidder, for cash or bankable note, the following !g Hi. . : Hi 1 Personal rrooertv: Some Furniture, all Farm Machinery and Imple- iji jflments on the place, including Mowing Machine, ft Wagons, Spring Wagon, burry, baddies, Harness, fg sft Wood Saw. and other articles too numerous to men- & & tion. All Live Stock, including herd of Pure-Bred Jersey Cows, and b other cows, an giving mmc or Will UC 11 COll 5UU11. J&VUai I mailing ixiJLxo emu. J Yearling bteers. Also, 2 tjorsesand eed, including sg !$? UAA1 dim nay. iutiiiiig win u owiu utiuic wa.i. f Lunch served on urounas. Weather Report. Meteorological Report of Ooopera tive Observer at Iron ton, Iron Oouuty Mo., for the week ending Monday March 27, 1922: k ' O . Temp'tUre 2? S. Days of Week. g !" ; ' f t .V;- V g g 8 O Tuesday . . .. 21 48 28 Wednesday;. 22 60 23 Thursday 23- 73 29 , Friday 24 74 47 Saturday . 25 72 47 .54 Sunday. 28 43 40 .68 Monday.. 27 54 39 Nora. The precipitation includes rain, hail, sleet and melted enow, and la recorded in mcnes and hundredths Ten inches of snow equal one inch of rain. "X" indicates trace or precip'ta won. akuadia uoserver, Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi HiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiaHiHiHiHiHiHi:HiHiHiHi Mm 4MM BROADWAY AND OLIVE ' i ST. LOUIS, MO. Certificates of Deposit Issued ; 3 Per Cent for 6 Months 4 Per Cent for 12 Months A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUR SAVINGS SINCE 1847 Grand Avenue Bank ! v OF ST. LOUIS, MO. ' ' 0 Capital, Surplus and Profits, $300,000.00 J f Total Resources .' - - $2,789,768.09 J 4 Per Cent Paid on 12 Months Time Deposits 3 Per Cent " " 6 a " 3 Per Cent " " Savings Accounts 0 Member Federal Reserve System with U. S. Government Supervision GEORGE W. GLARKSON, Pkesi6ent. CARDUi HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous and Depressed Read Her Own Story of Recovery. Paint Rock, Ala. Mrs. C. M. Stegall, of near here, recently related the fol lowing interesting account of her re covery: "I was in a weakened con dition. I was sick three yeara in bed. Buffering a great deal of pain, weak, nervous, depressed. I was so weak, I couldn't walk across the floor: Just had to lay and my little one3 do the work. I was almost dead. I tried every thing I heard of, and a number of doctors. Still I didn t get any relief. couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I believe if I hadn't heard of and taken Cardul I would have died. I bought six bottles, after a neighbor told me what it did for her. "I began to eat and sleep, began to gain my strength, and am now well and strong. I haven't had any trou ble since ... I sure can testify to the good that Cardul did me. I don't think there is a better tonic made and I believe IE saved my life." For over 40 years, thousands of wo men have used Cardul successfully, in the treatment of many womanly ailments. If you suffer as these women didV take Cardul. It may help you, too. At all druggists. r E 85 Warranty and TruntOeeds and Chat tel Mortgages for sale at this office. Sheriff's Sale. . By victue and authority of an execution issued from the orace of the clerkof the cir cuit court 'in and for the county of Iron and State of Missouri, returnable to the April term ot said court, and to me directed, wherein Grant Canada isplairttiff and H.F Henning, defendant, I have levied upon and seized the following described real es tate, situated in the county of Iron and State of Missouri, and described as follows. to wit: . . . The west half of lot two (2) of the north west quarter and the south half of lot . one ( 1 ) of the northwest quarter of section thirty-one (3l), township thirty-five (35), north, of range one (.IJ west; And I will on Thursday, April 6th, 1922, ;- between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the east front door of the courthouse, in said county and state, sell, at public auction, for cash, to the highest bid der, the property above described, to satisfy said execution and costs. ' f JOHN I. MARSHALL, Sheriff Iron County, Mo Ironton, Mo., March 13, 1922. Job-work, all kinds, at this office. II THE UN1VERS.A1 CAR The Ford car can well be called the "peoples . car," because there are more than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That is about four,, to one of the nearest follower in the motor car industry. This would not be so if the Ford car had not for sixteen years proven its.superiority in service, in durability, and in the low cost for operation and maintenance; this would not be so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand, so simple in construction that anybody and everybody can safely drive it. Let us have your order for one now to avoid delay in delivery. ' FLETCHER & BABGER AUTHORIZED DEALERS , IRONTON - MISSOURI. i I Tit : ill hctfe:l, SAINT EUROPEAN PLAN Extends Courteous Hospitality and Service Room with Bath $2.50 up without $2.00 up , , This Building its Fourth Home has been Thoroughly Modernized MEVEREIX L. GOOD, General Manager ' DICK WALTON D.WOODWORTH. Ant ' NOTICE OIT TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, J. H. Wlllhlte and Lucy M. Will hlte, his wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated the 26th day of February, nineteen hundred and fifteen, and recorded in Book 62, at page 349, of Iron County Land Records, conveyed to the undersigned Trustee the following described real estate, situate ly ing and 'being in the County of Iron and State of Missouri, to wit: The south half of lots numbered one (l)and two (2) of ths southwest quarter of section thirty (30), township thirty-five (35), range one (1) west; also the north half of lot num ber one (1) of the northwest quarter ot sec tion thirty-one (31),township thirty flve(35), north, of range one (l) west; also the east bali of lot two (2) In the northwest quarter ol sectioa (thirty-one 31, township tnirty- flvo (35), north.lrange one (I) west; also the northeast quarter of section thirty-one (31), township thirty-five (35), north, range one (1) west.contalning three hundred and twen ty (320) acres; Which conveyance was made to the under signea Trustee, iu trust, to secure the pay ment of a certain promissory note In said deed of trust described ; . And, whereas, default has been made in the payment of said promissory note and the same remains due and unpaid; Now, therefore, at the request of the legal holder of said promissory note, I, the under signed, Wm. R.. Edgar, Jr., Trustee in said deed of trust, will, on . ' Saturday, April 2gtht iqda, ' at the Courthouse door in the City of Iron ton, in the County of Iron nd State of Mis- souri.be tween the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of said day. proceed to sell the property hereinbeiore described at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, for the purpose oi satisfying nam indebtedness and tne cos' of executing this trust. x , WM. R. EDGAR, JR., Trustee. Ironton, Mo., April 1, 1922. - V FOR ALL KINDS OP HAUUNG CALL ON Valley Transfer Phoae 193. ; RAY B. PINKLEY Investment Setiies 'MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange C T CV-.T t?JL j Broadway & Locust ST. LOUIS, MO a J FOR, ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF TAILORING GO TO 5 A. SAXE, THE TAILOR UP-STAIRS IN ACADEMY OF MUSl6 BDG. I also make Clothes. Suits as low as $26.00, $35.00 and up. A big variety to select from. Also, Clean ing and Pressing for Ladies and Gentlemen. v O1 IW IS LC H. ADOLPH & SON S atches, Clocks i Jewelryl REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING K Terms Reasonable ffytrt Ma Hi fi Satisfaction Guaranteed ' rUIl lUII , , ITIU, , f DEALER IN AtWAYS THE BEST Ff esh and Salted Meats S FRESH AND PURE i rd The Various Fruits in their Season S STORE SOUTH OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE S .' IRONTON, 3USISSOUHI