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South Side Public Squaro, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Thisisonoof the best appointed hotels in Southeast Missouri. Omnibus connection with all trains nnd steamboats. Accoinnioda tions first-class. Kino sainplo room for traveling men. 4 wmm m-Am mmwt conducted in the best style, in connection with tho hotel. Wheat 83cts per bushel. Bnlinol alioes at IIitzok'h. mam mm 0it. St. Geui viitcil St. Louis tills wewk. ma m mm 1 l'luno for siilo cheap. Inquire here. Henri John L. second page. Uoverie's ad on Mrs Mary Piluo Is visiting rein- lives in our oiiy. mm Frank Knzier lulled St. Lonls Tluirsdny. mm m mm Slop in nt UuTLKDOB's and see tlicir Hue Art OMiuiwuro. Rev. Father Kotto spent Weil nendity in St. I.onlc mmw Fou Salk A No. 1 good brood mare. Jos. Panohot. mmwtm Will Sexaner and wife spent Moii(liiylii St. Louis. Mrs. Limine .Seysler of St. Lonls is lulling relatives here. lOd. Bexauer was in St. Louis Monday and Tuesday. mm m m For Sale A hard-coal stove Apply at this office. Henry Gauahl mad a business I flip to St Louis Mils week. Mrs. Felix Thoiuiire is spend ing this week in St. Louis. FRESH OYSTERS at the "Eaule Bakkuy. . . Oongressiiian lihodes was visitor in our city this week. Kt Miss Oora Cox snoot several flHit)aB of this week m St. Louis. Dr F. E. Hindi visited St lliouis the early part of (he week Q. W. Hunt was the guest of III. L. Knzier and family lust Sun Idny. Hiss Oiiida Brooks arrived here from Oape Girardeau Tliurs 3ay. Miss Elvira Adams is spending this week willi relatives in St. ILouls. Miss Bertha Shaw returned to Jier home in St. Louis last" Sun- Jay. Mrs. Mary Oozznus arrived here from Farniiiigtou this week to visit relatives. Henry Cocotosi was in St. Louis this week purchasing goods for rBoverie's store. Have you seen the beautiful (display of fine Art Ohinaware at kRuti.bdoe's f mm m mm Miss Ella Lawtmugli of St. M. cry's visited Miss Lizzie Okenfuss (this week. mm Miss Addle Thompson of St. Louis is spending this week with liter parents. Prank Hoeder of St. Louis vis hted Ste. Genevieve and Perry fvilto this week. Don't forget to see the licautl fill souvenir Ghiiiawttre at KUT f ledge's Ding Store, mm 9 mm Mrs. Joseph Klein of West Chester visited her mother. Mrs. Louise Atnsler, this week, HI For that hot, tired feeling try nn Ioe Cream Soda at Lanninq's Drug Shore. Dr. G. M. Kutleilgo attended the Southeast Mo. Medical Ass'u. at Furminetor. this wrek. mmm Rev. Fathers Collins of St Mary's and Mtichlaiepen of Weill gartcn wore in town Thursday- Quench your thirst with an Ice .11 T I A -m LaNNINO'8 I)RUO 8TORE. Miss Ada Buck of Blnomtield, in , visited A. J. Siedurt and wife the early part of the week. 4Hf . LosT-Fraternal Order of Eagles' eoeipt book. For rewind return lo n t. Dkmpshy. Misses Eva and Dora Roziei "pent several days of this week with Mrs. Dim Gailn in St. Louis. POSITIVULY hunting nor trespassing nl lowed on Little Rock property, Auj information of such will hi tc winded liy Andrew Wildku. Louis Seliauf of St. Mary's nt tended a family re union in Alton, III., Thursday. (Jliarlcs Dclcoinintiiio and wife were passengers on the Frisco for St. Louis Sunday. mm mm Ship your stock on theOhestei; reaches St, Louts eluirp at G a. in. Mondays anil Thursdays. Mrs. F. 10, Hi noli and daughter Miss Ocrtiude visited St. Louis Inst FiUliiy and Ssturday. Mrs. 13. A. Knzier arrived here Thursday from I'urminnton to visit her -sister Mrs ILL. Itozier. Tho only high art souvenir Ohinaware in town Is now on ills play at RUTLKDQK'a Drug Store Mrs. M. E. Kern was in St. Louis this week purchasing u new stock of fall and winter millinery. Mrs. Alfred Meyer and wife of St. Louis were the guests of Wm, Itaumstaik and family last Men day. m mm The only hand painted High Art View Ohinaware in the conn tv can be found at Ruti.edqk & Go's. Mrs. Ed. Htutidford of Farm bicton attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Morris in our city Thursday. mm m ma Ben Tiirnbaugh and wife, of Bloomfleld, Mo., were the guests of A. J. Siebert and wife this week. For Ladies' ?r etty Stock Collars call at Rozier's Cash Store. Mrs, Mary Laliimoiidiere, who has been visiting relatives in Perry county, returned home Monday. A marriage license was issued this week to Severln F. Kreitler nnd Christine R. atoll of River aux Vases. Mrs. Henry L. Itozier and Miss Maude spent several days of last week in Capo Girardeau attend ing the Fair. Ilenrv L. Rozie'r and Miss Maude Knzier left Tuesday morn ing for a visit to Chicago and Dubuque, Iowa. Short Orders and Cold Lunches served at the EAGLE liAKKUY at all hours, day and night. Oj store served in season. Mrs. llariie.t Plyini and MisB Maude Flyiiu of Kiuhwoods are spending this week Tviih Dr. 0. J. Uerticli and family. Leon Yealyaud family and Mrs. Francis Joketst mid daughters spent Sunday with Sister Francis Xnvior In St. Louis. Martin Sexauer returned home from the Cape lust week and will he employed as liar tender in Will Sexauer's saloon. Miss Nouiiie fiond, who lias been visiting relatives in Ports mouth. Ohio, returned to her home in St. Marj 'a Tuesday. mm mmn The remains of tho lato Senator Linn and familv were removed this weclf from tho old pravoyard to tho Vnllo bpriugcomccory. Mrs. D. Fianoinous lelt Wed nesdny for Lincoln, Nebraska. Her sister, Mrs, 11, W. Hicks, au companied her as funis St. Louis. Sunday. Oct. 22, Rov. Griebol will be hero to hold services at tho E. Lutheran Church at 10 a m. in English and Sunday school at 1:80 p. m. mwam Dr. Daniel F. Morrison of Lnuisille, III , and Chailes L Harrison of Capo Giraideaii were tho guests of Miss Maude Rozier this week at KoscIihII. POSITIVELY No hunting or trespassing al lowed on my property Any in formation of such will lie reward ed by JOHN W. BLANDPOUl). . mm mm- N OTIC IS : I am now ready lo do every kind of shoeinakei 's work to order, in the best stjlo, and at reasonable rates. Worn shop al nuiMild'H, in tho rear of i tin Fair Play ofllee. Anton Hinni. ) Mib 12d. Selinuf mid Minn Ooro line Hehuar nf St Mini's iokI Mih, Flunk It'tzlor o( iIiIh city were pnHHi'iipeiH tin the Im-ibim for St. Loom Wi'iliicHilnv. Tho City Hotel 'bus lino meets all boats at Little Hock landing. Passengers going and coming, wlio wish accommodations please ring up No. 195. J. W. MoIIknky. The Oorwlu II. Speneor, the largest excursion bout on the Mississippi river, burned to the water's edge at St. Louis on the l.'Uh iust. No lives were lost. The Comity Surveyor of Sto Genevieve Oounty is ready to do all surveying on short notice, Work guaranteed. J08KPH Lalumondieuh. County Surveyor mm Wo aro informed that all tools, etc., at tho Little Rock quarry beloiiL'iiiL' to the iovornment. will soon bo removed to St. Louis, the leaso on tho tiunrry having expired. When down on Main street stop in at RUTLKDQK'a Drug Stork and take a look at the bountiful display of hanibpaiuteri Uhiua ware, and spend a pleasant eve uiug with them. mtm Among the seven postulants who took thu religious habit at St Mary's Infirmary in St. Louis last Monday whs Miss Louise Tripplett, formerly of this city. She will be known in tho order as Sistor Mary Placida. For St. Louis Take tho Ches ter ou Wediiesduy nnd Suudaj altoruoous. Uost only nun as much as tho railroad. Leaves nt 3. p. m. Down stream leaves Mondays nod Thursdays at 5 p in. instead of i p. ih, The contest for the "Queen of the OaruiVHl" at tho Pciryville. Fair was decided Tuesday night Misb Genevieve Seitz. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Seltz of this city, received the highest number of votes, 2131. Notice (o Stock Dealers. N. Birckhead of St. Louis and T. 13. StratiKlian of Ste. Gene vievc will be in this city eveiy Satnrdny to buy, trade or sell horses, mules or mares. Will always keep good farm mares on hand. Rev. David Seheiick Craig lato pastor of the Presbyterian Church at this place, died at the home of his uncle at Dardanelle irk., on Oct. 4th, at the ace of 30 years. His remuius were taken to his home in Gastonia, N. C for interment. Notice is hereby given by tho undersigned tiiat ho will apply to the Circuit Court for a final dis charge of his duties as assignoo of the assigned estate of Felix Suclior, on tho first day of tho October term of Court, 1905. Joski'h Vkilku, Assignco of tho estate of Felix Sucher. A double weddinc; look place nt the Catholic Church in St. Mary's last Wednesday. The contracting parties were Frank II. Voelker to Ruth K. Tlapek and Thomas L. Tlapek to En jilirs-ia J, Thomure Hev. Father Collins performed the ceremony. Taken Up. I have this day taken up a dark o rerun colored horse, H 1-2 hands high, brand on left shoulder ; sup posed to be a Montana. About 7 years old and unbroken Out. 10, li)05. Jos Smith, 8te Genevieve Township, Ste. Genevieve OoUOly. . Among those from this place who attended the Fair at Perry ville this week we noticed the following; Mis, Jos. C. I'ratt, Misses Julia Vaeth, Mary Kffreln, Sue Iteis and Mary Chadwell ; Will 8e:cauer and wife, Felix Ho. zler, .lames Mahoney, Jos. Weller, Frank Itozier, V. J, Duuker, Frank Gauahl, George Bexauer, Frank Heanchainp anil Will Hobs. Mrs. Sarah A. Morris, ono of Sto. Gonovievo'B oldest anil most respected citizens, died at iicr liome in this city on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at (5 p. m. Mrs. Morris was born in Perry county tin March il, 1822, and caino to Ste. Genevievu fifty years ago. Slio was an invalid for several months but bore her sufferings patiently and resigned ly. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Fli.abeth Illandford of this city, and two grand-children, Daisy Young and John Morris, residing in Illinois. Tho remains woro interred in Vullo Spring cemetery Thursday morning after a requiem mass had boon said for tho ruposo of her soul, $ Wc like best to call A t SCOTT'S EMULSION a food because it stands so cm- phatically for perfect nutrition. J And yet in the matter of restor- 4 ing apjwtitc, of giving new strcngtli to the tissues, especially to the nerves, itn action is that of a medicine. Send (of lr mp1e. , SCOTT & 1IOWNE, Chetnlrti. 44iJ l'ntlStrKt, New Yak. Official Notice to Parents and Guardians. Pro visions of Compulsory Attend nnco Law. Approved April 11 lJ0.r). 1. Evorv child between 8 nnd M vent's old and between 14 and 1(5, wlimi twit, rocnbit'lv Cttllllovcd. must attend some day school at least half of tho term cacti year 2. No child can bo excused on promise to attend ; ho mustutteiu lirst half of term before being ex cused on that account. 3. Courts having Jurisdiction f.lustico of thu l'oaco in rural (lis tricts and in cities bavinu less than 50,000 population) may ex cuse children rrom attending school for following reasons : (1) larents can not supply proper clothing ; (2) child is mentally or livsicallv unable to attend : (.J) HO pilOlIC scnooi in two una .1 " i ir i t . l .. lalf miles ot the homo : c-li labor of tho child is necessary to sup ort family ; (o) child has com )lctcd tho common course. 4. No child between 8 and 14 can bo employed in mine, factory, workshop or store unless excused for one of the five reasons, or lias statement from teacher that he has already attended half of tho term for that school year. . It is tho duty of attendance odiccrs and district clerks to no tify parents and guardians when children fail to comply with the provisions of thu law. 6. Tho penalty for non-attendance falls on parent or guardian, and it is a maximum line, $20 or imprisonment for 10 days, one or both. 7. For illeeal employment of a child, the employer is subject to a lino of $50 and costs. 8. Every school board shall publish this synopsis in newspaper of the district or post it in at least five public places ten days before school opens each year. By order of the board of school directors of Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 2 Johki'ii N. Simon, Sec. Kesolutiuil. Wn, llio coiiiinliieu on ItcNolnllnii, rcspcollully solium thu follnwinc lo the members of Ihe Sto. Gcnuvicvo County 'IVnnherH' Ahi":Ui1ihi : Kksiii.vkd, 'I'll tit we i xtond tlmiikH lo (lie inniohiTK ol llio Sir. fynni'vlnve School Board for llm oo ot t lie Pub lic School building during tho thrco ilHyx gcKvloii, nml hIho to llio county otllciirx fur l lie one of Hid courl room. Uksiii.vki), 'I'lnti wo exienil ilmukR to MerH. It. S DiiiikIh", .1 utiles M MnliiiiiKy Hint PhiiI Price, C". Com mte'ionor, for their ntili) advice nnd iiNftiNtniive during iIiIr AfMOcinlinii. Kiaoi.VKn, Tlmt wo iiiilnrnu llm Hclimi ol llm Connly ttoaiil of KiIiich timi lo llieir fielenilun of new icxl boolfN hiiiI iiryo I lint theso lionk bo mlopted nnd inl tliroiiuhnol llm Co. lU-SOl.vr.I), 'I'lml I lie ConiinlHOiy AttemlHiice l.nw hIiiiiiIiI bo eloneli nb Hcrvrd mid enforced in nil ditrtcl8 lK-si)l.vi:i), 'I'lmt all School llimrds hIiiuiIiI Invetiifato llio l.lliruiy ques lion hikI fulfill the rcqnireinotits ol law ilicrcon. ItKSOl.VKD, 'I'lml in view of tlm Ixni IIimI we dt'fllro Slo. (Jcneviovo lo lie one ol ihu Iom(IIii cimiiiIh'S nf llm Si (vie, bin) belmvliiK that tho higlicft sluliiluril of iierfocllon enn bo utluiiieil only through cniiniy siipervlsiini, wo, no hii AhhocIhIIoii, will do nil in our power to L'litiourngo uinl curry mil tlm hkiiio. FiiiHlly ItK-Sni.VKD, Tlmt leHclier" nro re-rjot-xtuil to ittlend hiiiI v i i I 1 tin South cunt Mifsotiri Tencliern' As(icliiliiiii lo bo held si Ctipo (iirHrileuo Nov. 23 lo 25tli. .losKru King, Coin. -Uo.sk E. ItAititY, fjA WHKNCH .1. JoKKKST. mm mm To the Public. HpIiiu nhvnj'n huxIoii lo U'lvo our friendH ami patfoiiH llio ery IichI sit vice ionililu, hiiiI kimwiii Hint we UHiinot do I bin ) it ri ii tr Hie full hiiiI wliitur wllb our trl-weukly nerviee on nccomit of foftH Hiid low wntur, we Imvu decided now, iu In mverul yeHiR pai to notice only two lilp per week IiirIoaiI of three, Inlllii liNck to our iri weekly hoi vice Huniu next uprlnif ; heiiee brKluoliit; TIiiiihiIhi , Onl, 19-It, the biei'l hull Hienini'r ('hesler will Iohvb St, hniiis every Muud.Hy hiiiI 'riiurndHy hi 6 i at , tor Capo (Jlrnr lletUI Hlld nil wa) Inlidllit'H, lllnklliu' llio iihihI lima ilnwn mrcHin, urrh in) Hi Cupe (JlrrleHii MiiiiiIhih hiiiI Fri tliiyc hIioiiI 10 A. M , leitirnliiK leuve Opo (Slrunli')iti 'I'iicmIhjh mid Satur ilnyrt hi 3 1. M , NeeleyV Lmtdim; Hi &, (JrHtid Tower C. Wideuliort; 7, Seveuly-Six 8, Clurjvillo tuiil Cliex ler Veiliiedyrt nnd Sinnliyx hi 12 o'clock, noun, Slo. (ieiu vieve ,') i m , liilckry'i. 6 1. M , Ki'iupm'H 0 i m, iu rl vlni; In ril l,on4 nl C A, M., Mou nnd 'I'liiitHili, mill (,'el your .lock Hint prodiico In ohi'IIimi uiHrkei We ilmiik you lor pni liivnrn mimI puiroiuco, nml prnniWo llm very bul ncrvicc iu the f n i n r, VourR 'I'i iiIv, U, DuitToNj Muster, Sheriff's Sale n" School Land SI ATI: CIK MIS(ll)lll, t. County nl ste lionet lcc, f May lentil ll'A, In lln Omnlr niirt iifiul'l County."" Um .int l.iv nl Mnv. I'JO'i. lint InllimfnK. ollmr tunci'i-illiiKt wort' lout. vIk i In UiPinMlerof Ihe mile ol llio loin swiion Sctinol IrfinilK, 'I Um f-.,nrl .Ifiontluc it lifrpA.irV Hull IllC SIllT- tlT Klinll oflcr rrftrtlon:il fTllon III, low"lili .17, rBiiKi)7 i'iit, ennlnlnlnK Ki .TJ ncrrii fnr Bale, ilnlli ilhrat lilm to cxiio1"! tint imin lor nlti nn (tin litw rfinlrci lit lltn Ironl tloor of llm Court 1 1 nmo In the CIIV nml Oniinly "I Slo. Mrnetlnvr, whlltt tln Olrmll (iurt of Sir (Jen- ovlcvnin In Ki'Mlnn, nlliT HIVInK iwoniy mm iinllrH of llin t iiin, Icrim nml jilnco "I 'nli' llii'i-for iiml II U oriliTcil IliU t'nlr li ccrll II. t.l UitliKSherllT, Nnlioi In lii'rrltv ulvfti thnl I will. In noronl- nnce with lite nltovo nnlcr ol Court, on Tuesday, October 2lth, l'.)05. nt. Iln II, r i:irriill i.'tmrt nt "(In Ocnnvlnvr Cuiin- ly In In (culon, nml IicIhccii Hip Innirn nf U ii'nlork n, in anil ft o'clock p. m.i i'ioc to nnln for Cnch, lo llic lilulicnt Itliltlcr, nl inn inini ilnnr of Hit) Conn limine, In the CI ly ami County of Slo. Oennvleve. tin. following ili'SCtlltCil trnci ol Inii'l. lo-rrll I Krnetlotml Kdlon 111. towtifllilii 37, Itniiito 7 cnut, coiiliilnlnKM.OTiii'rfs. SlicrllT of Slo. OuiKivWtvo County. Mo. Sheriffs Sale of School Land BTATKOK MISSOUUI.I.. County of Stc. Ucncvievu, I April term, UXrt. In llm fniiitt' tlourt of niiltl (kiiintv. on llm 5lli (liiy ot April, IlKVl, Ih't following, iiliiOUK other iirocccillngn wcru Iiml, viz : In tlio nutter of Ilia sale ofllie 10th Section School I.nnils. Tim Court ilccnilng It nrciwary tli.'t Hie SIiit- iit Klinll orrcr llm s. w. a, n. u.n.". if. N. K. J. Nnt in. Twit 31). It. Pnnt. twill. Inlulnir '2H(1 ncrrft. morit or lti4. fur ilf. ilolti illrcrt lilm In cho tin. nunii- for f nltt nn llio ihw requires, nl llm rroni noor in in umri IIoiiro In lint City nml County f Slfl.nenevliivn, whllit Hut Clrcnll Conn of Ste. (lenevlevn In In cmilou. uftcr flvlng tHCiity tlJ notice of llio nine, lortn nml pincn oriiiiH inercoi umi ti is ortlcrctl tlil entry lie cerlliicti to ilia snci in Nollcu Is hereby glrcn Unit I will, In itccortl- nnco won the niiovu urtier ol uniiri, nn Friday, October 27th, I'JOfi, wlillo llic Circuit Court of Slit (icnt'rlcvn Coun ty Ik In bckiIoii, nml Im Iwim d thu Iiiokk ol U o'clock n in. nml ft o'rlm-k 11. in , cxioe to null! for CiikIi, lo the tilKheit liltMcr, Hi the front door nf the Court IIoiihc, hi Ihe aty nml Ctmntv of Stc. Ucnevlcvn, tho follo Ing ilCHCrlln d tract nl IiiiiiI, lo-wit : ThcS. W. . N .' N W.V. N.W. .', K. R U.Sru 10, Twn. SI, It 8 ciihI, ciintalnliig im Hcrcs, morn or I cm. nr. nicy (i- Ki.Ki. Sheriff of Sto. Ocnevlevo County, Mo Sheriff h Sale in Partition. John Thiirman, Dura I'lnkiiliiii atitl Zcno I'lnkrtnn, Iter hiinlranil ; Cum Mnuklcy nml liiiym MnuKicy, ncr iiiikiihiki t .tmra I nuriimn Wlillnin Tltuimnn, Mi Thiiimiu Alvln lliur man. n minor, liy his Kiiiinllun, Julin 'I liiirnmii nn.l Krnitcln Tlilirinnn, ft 11 Ids me jtcrBOn, Lr lm gimruiaii, nun. nn a. novcric. I'nrtltltin Order of Rule. Ily virtue nml nnlhnrlly nf n tlccrcn ami order o i hhi h mii i(. ill ( tic hi i j if it r it (u A)irn icrm, ri. nl llm Circuit Court of tlx- Cm tv nf Stc. (icn cvlcVH. Stale (if MNnitirl. In tliniiliuc cntllliil "ini-f, ttntl uftt ctrllllHil copy IIiitpoI, dati'il llic l!7lli nay nl .liny, nml n, inc. llic iiiihit ulgnttl elicnlf, lUllveri'il, 1 will, on Wednesday, October 25th, 190G, Itctwecn IIih lintira nl nine o'clock In llic fnre nimu nml five o'clock In Hit: iiflcriinoti (it that ilfty, at the cant front 'lour of tlm Court I Inline In llltt till) (II Old v.cii c icvt niu. ucncvicv Cnititv. MlA'nurl. Sfll at tiuhllc. vcinlnc. In III IiIkIiimI liMilcr, thu followlnt? tlcocrlbeil mil cKtuic, miiinii'ii itisio. ucnuv iuvu Loiiniy, .mis mitiri, io-wii : Tho cant half of thu Honth-went quarter of iraciinnai nccitnn iiuiuixt eleven, ami init tMtuin (MiHt quarter ol the uiirth-went (itiurter (if section feurtcen, ami the mirth-wcttl (uartcr nf thtt tiortit-wcKi inittner ol seciinii niiiiiiier uiurteen anil Ihe tiuilh-eaat uuaittr nl the north-wen (tuarlcr of uecllnn mmiht-r loiirnin, all In I ,. w iir.lt 1 1 1 number thlrty-hcvcn norlh raiiKe nil east, chliili'liic two liumlreil nctei.. Ahui a tract of litnd tlt'di-rllii'il ai fulluwa ' lli gli'tilnK at a Hloite. in- center corner or kcciioh uiurteen t'iwimhit .17 N". raiiKe six east. rniinliiK thencfl wcat 'ill 41 chains in tiMunc. lite norin went corner ol the north-caul nuartcr of the aoulh wet (ttarler of ttfctlon fourteen. TIiciich aoulh IB dcitreen east 7 'M chains to the center oflhe Sto, Ocncvlcie mul I'utoi,! rotiil Thciice near norlh .5 ileirrcert eaHt alonir tho center of saul mail 1!) chains to tl.it north liottudary of sanl norllfeasi ittiarler of tint south-west quarter Bint coiita nlnir seven anil luiv two' hunilrcillha aciva, ami nKltrcciilliiK 2(17 ami ,',2-IUO acres, fur the purpose ot umklnir partition hetwecn the saiil allot u liaiiutl parlies. TKItM" or SAI.K : Twenty per cent cah ana the itaiaiicj-in one year, ine tieierreti pay ntent to lie scctircil lv note wllh cinvI hihI nidi olettt hcctirlty, anil lo hear Inteical nt Ihu ra'e of rlx per ( cut per annum Willi prl lleiru to pur chaser of iinyine all cash, provlileil lie elect to tin no liel'ore the approval of the sale liy Ihe ....... ttn-vM.v (! 1 ei i;,.ii.. III...... v.. lilierln of 8te. Genevieve County, Missouri Sheriff's Sale in Partition. Frank Coffmnn, I'lalntlu, va. .Tnp!i Coffman, .lennie Crowtlcr anil John Il.Crnwiler, lierhitshaml ; Harry I., ijolliiiaii .1 Yancey CotTiuau, Irwl Coflin'tn, Marie Uod matt, .lames W. Uoirntan ami l.itcliiila )1. Hull Detemlants. Decree ami onlcr of sale. Ilv vlrluo ami authnrll of a decree anil opl ol ale ltiailc al tliu uiljonritctl April term, i'M of theClicult Court ol the Coiinlv ol hte C.ciu vleve, .State of Missnttrl, In Ihe above ciitlllcil niuse, ami ofa cerlllliil coity thereof, ilaleil Ihe 27th (lay ol July, l!Xo, ami to rue, the uDiler Higneil sherilf, ilelltercil, I will on Thursday, October 2(ith, 1005, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon nml tlvo o'clock In Ihe allernoon of that (lav. at the east Ironl door of the Court House in the Cliy ol ste Oenclcvo, rtte. (jencvlec (Connly, Missouri, sell at public, vcnilne, lo Ihe cslalit, slutaleil In Mo. licunvleve County, Min ntKm'ai iiiuiier, mu lonowiniz iicscriueo real ourt, to-wii : The west quarter of section thirty-two, town ship thltty-slx norlh, ratine elihteast, contain Ink' fotiv acres. Also all that part ol Ihe north east fiaetliiniil iiuarter of section Ave, towiishlt Ihlrly-flve north of rnnKC IkIiI easln lylnirnorlii of lllooitl creek, conlylnltiK forty acres, helnu In the aiocrcfralc eielfy acici, morn nr lesa, ami is samit lanil convejuil to Jesse SI. l.nlliiKin li lleoriteW. Kelly ami wile by ileeil ilulcl Oclo bur mil. lrW, reconletl In li ,ok "II" at paifcSil of the Ste (ienevlcvc County l.aittl I.ecorOs. A leo part of Ihe soitth-uest quarter of section Ihlrty-alx, ranirc shmoi, describetl as follona ; Ucglunini; at Hie south eastoiriinr ol the south west quarter ol rahl section Ihlrty-alx. thence north thirty chains, thence south slxty-seten ami onH-liuir lU'Krvea west luentv chains. thence south I!) i HI chains, thenre east IV Oil chains lo the bcglnuliiK, coiitaluliii! lit. Ml nciea, more or less, ami Is same latitl couveycil to Jesse M Colfinan by Krattk K. Coirtnan ami wife liy ilcc.l ilatcil Septenila'r 2ml, It'M, rvconleil In book at juiae'.'t ol the Me Oenevlcve County lanil nwonls ; lor the purposu or making paitl tlou between the alsive iiametl parlies. TKIlMS OK S t,K : Twenty per cent cash anil lite balance In one year, tho dcfcrrcil pay ment lo lie secured by note Willi iootl ami sum dent security, and to Ix-ar Interest at Ihe rate of six percent per annum, wllh privilege to pur chaser of puyhiK all cash, n rov I il i'i he elect lo do so belore the approval ol the sulo by the oturt. IIICNICV ti. KLEIN, .Sheriff of Ste. Uenevlevu County, Missouri. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, MajrKlc K. Macklcy, b) tier certain Iced o trust dated Ihe lHib day of Deceiiiheri I'.kiI, ami recorded In Ihu rccot'ler'a ollice of Sle (ieuevleve County, In ilred book III, pinto HI, conveyed to Thomas II Mltuuiltaii as trusteo, nil her rlclit, title, ittleicat an I estate in and In thu lolluntiitf described real eslnlu ami Itn tirovemcnla Iheieon, situtite, lyliifrauil iKiluij In Ihu County of Me. Otunvlovu, Mlilcol Mlssouil, to. wit I 'Ihe norlh-west quarier of ihe sotilli-cast quarter In secilon lueuly. seven (2,) In tow nslilp thirty-seien (37) north of range six east of I he llllh principal meridian, In Missouri, contain Ing luity acres unit ninety-live. huiulieJllts of tin acre. Which said convojance was made In trust In secure llic pa incut of a ceiiulu promissory nolo in said deed described, and wltcieas, tho mi hi nole hiw Itecomu iliio iiml miialus unpaid, Now, thereloie, In acenrdumf wllh llio pio l Isliuia ol said deed ol liitst, and til the request ot the lejral holder ot said nole, I will proceed lo sell the abovii described ten I estate at thu front dour ol Ihu Court House, In tlm City ol 8le. llcnevleie, .Mate aforesaid, to the highest bidder lor cash, al public miction, on Hiitiu day, Novemliei ilh, 11)05, between Ihe bouts of nine n'clock hi Ihe loic iioon and live o'clock In tho alleinooo of thai 111)' tosnlislv srild nolo logelhi r Willi Ihe cost and expi n.nul execullnir tills liusl, IIIUS1AS II. SI ItAt'dll N, i'litstcc, M K. OIIIIUUII SOI) i n. BKIIVICKS I'iciicIiIik every Sumlay nt II n, in. h if I 7i:iii i,ini Miiiiln' .M'liool. UilAn lit,; Von arc ino.t cnitllttllv Itivllcil to iiltcnil tlieou nemcca. 1'. II ItUlllilllS, I'mtur. COME AND n WE ALSO HAVE A IHU LINE OF PICTURE IMOIJilkmM at prices that will inloroat you. If vou are in Jewelry, Silverware, or anything in the line of jewelry, sure to please you. Repair work E. J. 13AUMANN, f&rms and Timber Land for Tho Garden Spot of This In nil rich bottom html, tqintl or tho Umi iu Urn American Hutiom danypr of tho rlvor litklnj It nvy ; no ahtppliii; fncilltloa. '1'IiIh lunil Is wm Mi no equal iu Helmuts mid production. JOHN No. 3H. 141 nrrrn right nl HivllchJ ou iron Ml. icy. nml l -l iiiiicr ol Hliid;rii, 10 union ol Slkcctnii, Sc.nl I Co., Mo. linprovi'inriiiH nro no i vry L'ood. 100 acres iu ciiltlvittlou. I'llco 1i30 tior itcro. No. I). 80Hcroc,20 itcri'fl clcsroil. bitbiiico OH8ll nloHrod, $18 per ncro Nn.nO 90 scrcn nil level InntI, M) acre- in ciiiiivniioii, imiuiici) iinitinr IiiiiiI. Till In llio inakni". of a $100 ncro fitrm wlicit all lit in cullivniiou. Kalr limine, mid bnm umi i;ootl Icnce 1'rlcc 40 por ncro. I'iinbcr Inini for sale Iu Sto. Gcuo vlovo Co., Mo. JOHN HERTER, Sto. Genevieve, Mo. mrts. m. -DEALER IX- I TI9 m. mm Also fine Laces at prices MAIN Ste. Genevieve, There are a great many Reasons why yon can buy shoes from us for less than you can buy else where. The chief one is because I i 10 mm Wo handle nothing else. All of our time and uttention is devoted to shoes. Compare our shoes with others and you will bo con vinced that the only place to buy shoes is at Herzog's Cash Shoe Mouse Knights of ('oliimbiiH nivei. Stc. Genevieve Council, KnigliiH of Cnliliilhii", bint work Iu Ibo Ihlrd do rei! Iu"t alordnv hiiiI iiimiUltiiiini ol ntlleciB, Following nro Ibo clllcei-: (2 1 Hiul Kitl(.'lil, It. Ij Uo.ler ; Depuly GrHinl K iilflt t , 1 II. 1 1 tick ; iMiiniicml Sccrt-tttrN , R It Moioiiu; TiOHNiiror, (Jeo. Sioitflo , Itecordor, U. Anton Iteiob ; Clinicollnr, C. .1. Bunion ; Wiinlen, ,lo Kclim ; lec turer, llenr llot.Mg; Advociilo, I). V. ilr.o ; Intlile (iniuil, Ed Wnliiiir; Oulnido (Jnnrd , A .1 Si- bert ; 't'liin i ops, C C. .loktrvt, llonrt (Jocollco nnd Henri Okeufus ; CltiipUin, ICuv, Win. A. Kotio. The Chance or Your Life. Finest Uiira In in Farm hiuitl in Southeast Missouri. Tho Kielmnlson tract of Inini is offered for sale without the nunr vy proper. It consists of about acres, of which 100 arc under cultivation nnd much more till able. The rest is heavily timbered It lies on the St. Mnry road, about 4 1-1 miles from town, is Hanked on three sides by county roads anil the Frisco Knilroad runs through it. For further par ticulars apply to or address John L. Hovr.itn:, Stc. (ienoviovc, Mo. Foil Sai.K : L.iijjo lot, with 0 room dwelling ; punt clstei u, M. hie, NimiUu hiiiixe mid idiioltou house ; iienr City .Mills. I,oi (10 by over 300 leet, liiqitlic here. IIIIINii US Vlll'U gob 1 SKTC OUlt r need of NA.aOI-n5S or give u a call, and wo will bo a specialty. All work guaranteed. Main Street Jeweler. sale in Southeast Missouri. the Unitod States. lo umi builtir Ihnu our Die Flnld IhiiiI tiood (IiiiIiiiiku ; no hwiiiiii loud ; no tvaln bind. Good homo. inarkolH Hltd $100 ior ncru when elenred, kiiiI hai IIKItTKIt, Sto. Ocnovlcvc, Mo. 350 ucri's tlmbor btnd ; 22.ri imref cnii be cleared ; G miles Iroin It. It. U- linn nnd rlvi'i, I'rlne 7 por ncro. 170 ncro tin m, CO ucrcn clciiiod ; 2 iiiiiineil lo hotmcniid low fruit Ircee, 0 mtle from rlvor and It. It. BtHtloo. I'ricc .-fiflOO. 70 iicroa, 4 ioIIpk eouih of Sto. (cne vlevf, 20 ticrch under cultivation, 2.1 net cm inoro can lio cleared. Price $85 por aero. Cily propnrly for brIp. Iloimo hiiiI lol, 4 roiiined dwelllitj.', rIhIim'o, ci'lbtr hikI Htalile, into block norlh of Cutholic Church. l'rlco $1300. For utiy lurlhcr pnrllcuUirt call on e. ekrn, I and Embroidery to suit all- STREET, - Mo. i t ' fttua. Ann ema 1l:Tr- The Iniini ifil rrencli C'oncli Slailiou, Acllf, ;t)M7, Ptirk buy, (onIuiI .Iiiiiu 12ib, 1900, tired lt M, Cnillcliier, l,n MhiicIic, Fi'Hiicn ; i-irr-il In the (io ernuienl SlMllltin Fulliti ; ilitm, Sniia (ienti l.y Froinleiir ; 2nd iIhiii, Orobo It) llnbio; 3rd iIhiii, Cn(iiolto l) Dluiunclie ;4Mi ilnill liy l.iiilniire In Html nl Bionm-dule, Mo, ou 'I'tiby I)ror 'b furin. Service leo for lbi Wnrhl' Fnlr lt prciiiliim wintior will bo Twoniy I)n. Urn (f2000) lo inniue colt lo blitni) up hiiiI Aliek moil it. t-cHBon ill iitiy limn nf jour. Cull will bo levied upon fur leo wlien mil. paitl in ilutt iiiiiu hlinr cult U hIiIo io lollmv nioilier. It uoint c.b'ili!in owtiHiHlilp tcit will lm dint nt niicii. Wn will nol be lUblo tur iiruidonii bill will iino nil cure lo piuvcill ibeio. No Sniidni linsiiie-R. 'I'iik Stk. (Jknkvikvk Fiikncm Coach lloitsu Association. iiv Ditritv. liiiMer I will le here ev ery SATURDAY to buy and sell HORSES & MULES at Vorst Bros.' barn. Ciiakles Ken NEK.