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FAIR PLAY, STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
THE FAIR PLAY. SATURDAY, OCTOMKIl II, 1919 XV. YKAn H.ot, Ihilerrd al t!ir piistnlllce ut Hie, (Icnof leve, M., hi ecoiul-ilas mult matter. nitons .. .nnris, ruhiinhrr. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For I'icsiilflit, WOODHOW WILSON For Vice-President, THOMAS !(. MAHSIIAIjL For United SIiiIch Senator, lA.MHS A. IMiKl) For (overnor, FWEDKKIt'K (5AKDNKK For Lieutenant Governor, waijIjaok ckosslhy Secretary of State, lOIlN' H. SULLIVAN Auditor. JOHN P. (iOltl)ON Stale Treasurer, (SHOUUH MIDDIiHKAMP Attorney General, FUANK W. McAlililSTHU Judge Supreme Court. Div. Xo. 1 AUCHKLAl'S M. WOODSON Judge Supreme Court. Div. No. 21 FltKI) I,. WIMilAMS I .luone St. Iuiis Court of Appeals DAVIS liKKiS For Congress, WAIl'FU li. IIHNSIjMY for Circuit .ludge, '27th Judicial Cir cuit, I'HTUK II. UlICIv For Keprcseutntivo, I j HO I). KAKIi For Judge. First District, MKINUOD vS. DONZH Forjudge. 2nd District. UiAlUCNCli .1. (HJVUFAU For Prosecuting Attorney II. WARD HIL'KS For Assessor, LFO O. FALLKRT For SheiilT, JAMKS F. HKKRY Fur Treasurer, GFOIUJIC S'l'EHi Lie For Coiuitv Knivcynr. V.1. II. HLACKLICDGK For Cot oner. JOHN HASHBIl Wilson Gardner Club Tito meeting of the Wilson-liard-iier Chili nt t lie Court House Sat urday night was well attended. Chairman Shaw called the meeting to order. Attorney C. .1. Stanton jitter a short address introduced Attorney .lorry Murks of Farniing tou who discussed the political issues. After the meeting; a bul lion was served at the Club Head quarters. The Club will meet Saturday night at the Court House. Don't fail to attend. Personal Mis. Joseph Pnnehnt and Mr- Wil liam Uciuiau vi-iti'd I,. V. K. Her man air! wife near Itiiekey's last Sun day and Monday. Mrs. Caiohuu llehm, sou Joseph II. Itclini and wile of this city and Andrew Donze and wile of Weingar teu visited St. Louis fiom Sunday un til Monday. Peter Calliotte and tauiilv left for St. Louis Menda, evening ..f lor visit ing his parents at Weingaiten. .Mrs. Ed wind Kail, Misses Itosa Lutz and Aiiiiio Kail of New Offun burg are visiting relatives in St. Louis this week. (i. V. LaLuinieie of Hnutoii, Te.vas, visited relatives and friends in our city this week. .Mrs. F. I', Mor'cn ot lloune Teire is visiting relatives in our city this week. I'eler l'olitti. and familv of Klvms mnile a trip to Ste. (!.nevieve in their mitouiodile last Stindav. M;s. Oscar lloyer is the guest ot iclatives at lionuu Tene this week. Amos Todisiuau ot Ciyntal City was a Stu. (ieneviuw visitor this week. Kdwin Clurdiu, Jr., visited St. Louis this week. Miss Allele Itoycr who was visiting her parents in this city left Monday for St. Louis. John (Jderle nf Festus spent last Sunday with Ste. Heiici ie,. iclatives Andrew Meyer ami tiiniily weie St Louis visitors this weid:. . IlnytrMif'. Oiills NOBBY THEATRE Frltlny, Octolier 1!J (To Nlglit) Francis X. Ilitsliiiinn In "The Moon's Ray" Helen Gibson in "The I'crllous Swing" IJurus and .Still as Pokes A; Jabs in "HOME MA UK J'lES" Kuiiduy, October 1 Penrl White, Creiglitott Halt) ii'id Sheldon Lewis in Flint Episode of the Serial Superior "The Iron Claw" , WcilllCfttjny, October 18 Anioricn't) Kmpress of .Stormy Emntiou. NANOK O'NKH, in "Princess Romanoff" United on Bardou's greatest Drama "Fedora" Coming: Oetobor 23th, Thedtt Uoraiir'A Fool There Wns." "VOTE AS AMERICANS" FOR WILSON, SAYS EDISON No Time Now to Try an Inexperienced Man, Declares Inventor, Laud Ino President. By GEOnQE CREEL. "Times lire too serious to t tills In terms of ltepuhllcnnlsm or Hcmocrucy. Parties nre nil right, reckon we've cot to hnve tliem with our system of government. Hut when It's America thnt'.s nt stake, men Imve pit to vole ns Americans, mid not ni Democrats or Itepnbllnins." This Is Hie messnce to the American people that Thomas A. I'dlson cave to me lu a recent Interview. "This man Wilson hns hail n mighty haril time of It." he contlnueil. "I ilon't THOMAS A. EDISON, believe there was ever n president who had ns many big ipicstlons to decide. They hnve come lu bunches, lie hasn't nlwnjs pleased me, just as I suppose he hasn't always pleased other people, hut when jou look the record over, It's so good that criticism comes cloe to being nothing more than cheap fault tlmllng. "A fool or a coward would have had the United States In all sorts of trouble. As It is, we are at peace, the country was never more prosperous, and we have the strength that comes with honor and Integrity of purpose. "Itnd we recognized lluerta, It would have served notice upon the world that the United States, while believing lu democracy for home use, was willing to stand for despotism where other peoples were concerned. President Wilson's Mexican policy has been wise mid just and courageous. "llelglum? Hindsight! In the llidit of two years, It's easy to say what fJioiild have been done. l!ut at the time, not a single paper or u public man even thought of anything hut keeping the United States out of the Munipeiin horror. "As I said at the start, It has just been one big thing after another with Wilson. I never have known so many dangerous questions brought up for de- eision to any one President. look at the tlircateueil general rail road strike. . If carried through, such a strike would have thrown the whole country Into confusion. "In my opinion, Mr. Hughes, if President, would have found it difficult to decide on the best course for the Government to take In such matters. His capacity for hindsight, as we learn from his speeches, Is highly developed, but as to his foresight, we are not equally well Informed. "They siiy Wilson has blundered. Perhaps he has. Hut I notice that he usually blunder forward. "Mr. Wilson now has had about four years of experience, and I think that lie has earned faith and trust. I do not think II a sensible thing to change to an Inexperienced and untried man. Therefore, I nin for Woodrow Wilson." .for7s7vli! Tho following to lie seen al Mrs. Anna M. I'ratlo's Farm !1 miles from Minnith on the St. Mary's oad : 1 Maro II years old, 1 Horse S years old. 1 Wagon, Set of Har ness, Single Top I!ugg. , and 1 lirown Cultivator, all practical now. TI'IWMS: Cash or note with ap proved security. Boxing October 21st 'l'l,i v;t i ,,,.;. t..-l.r iij. In the Sk. (lenevleve Hunk. Yes tin ... t(" l6, n '.' C lu,!' ' bank could handle them to that enor will imt on tho best bill ever ot-, ,k ,nt witbi.i.t the fered the loetil Mioi ts on Ssitunlay, Oetolief 21st 'the same good honest shrewed man .Mi.i(i-MHk lll 1V 111 St, Mints lit lliS )S. .iwtinov tliim 'nt a i,ul ' n- 1 11 w i , V. . . J"V-' SO lM I ll V l VIICO Wlmluyl Now in com us on I will sa,v I do or IVrrvvil i! vs L lwk Sclio liiiL-pf ot Spm-tti. , 'el... i . , Olienei 1 hu two UmI JJPii lmxors in St. Louis - UnfJw banking business, 1 do not C. A. FULDNER, OPT. D. M"w savt TV 1 "nlfi ,. ,.,,',,,,. , . 'know how to. spend It, I suppose It oi Hie linn ot J' I IjUNLK cc KIT- would Uavo pleased our banker CHIN, .Mttnil HMg, ;i(Ki. X. , friends and tin Treusuror for us to (it-liul Avor.-St.- hoiiiK. ....-'slMiei- li'ive Jioltl oy0C;5 or tl Uiousand dol .,i!.,i,.,. ;,, ii... .. It . f . urs and let it lay In their vaults and all.uig I" tho eorree U,m of syv, , ,luM.oimty , f .'j.percent and they sight, eyestfiillis, nnil the tinker loan same out at 0 or A per cent. Of litting of glasses, will ho in Kte. (ienevieve iigiiin Kntlny, October Jdlh, at Meyer's Hotel from ,S a. in. to :i ji m. Any word may ho loft for him there. Flat Uiver; Tnesibiv Oi.t,,b,.i. 17th at New Hammond" Hotel from 2::ioto (1 p. m. reslus: I'liuisihiy, Oclolier lllth at Hotel .lell'ci'son fiom 8 a. 'in. to " i -V r v . lite for llitiitniatioil. atlv " When You Take Cold. With the nvetHgii mall a cold is a serious matter and should not be ! tiilled with, as 801110 nf thu most dan geiotis diseases stmt with a common j cold. Take Cliauiterlniii's Cough j HcinVdv and get rid 'of your cold ns ipiickly as pnsible, You are not ox-1 perimentiiig wlien you tis tins teincdy, i as ii ims oeeii mi use or ninny years and hns nil established reputation, It contains no opiiun or other iiateolie, Ohtiiiiiuhlc everywhere, ndv HtighuH says Wilson ineililled in .Mexico. Ileaiilitm. Well, Hughes modtlles DVorjtliiiiK la uiitluitnkes, so the diffureiicii in in Wilsun'ji favor, To The Public. lu lust w ecu's Issue ot the Ste. nor"vleve Herald an article appear ed which It not Intended to mislead the tax payees of thn county did In my judgment have that elTect and as Presiding Judge of the Count'.. Court, who Is responsible to somo extent for the handling of the public funds, I deem It only fair to the people and myself to repudiate the statement! mado and togl.o to the people the facts, Now lets see what wo did w lth the , ; A rJsVaKen't which cost us. I believe, over torn. I then we have painted all tho bridges in tin county which cost us consider- able, then we have built some of tho ' llncst concrete ml verts In Jackson Township (along Hie St. Louis road) that any one ever looked at and they I n iv there to stay and I am proud of "'em- ...., ... (In w ltd me Mr. Treasurer and Mr. , , t i . j-i ir ..... Lll iaiU III' .11 ... V .(11,11111. Mllll t1.lll call see where some ot your money was spent. Then go out towards Kni'mlngtnn and look some more. I Minn if,, smith from ('olTninn to .Minniiii ami cone oacK oy u.oraanu nil "III nun , iiciu nil- limn,-., iii spent. Then it you please go to l'':w'inin"loti on the old lilank road. and of course you would snj that the , road Is in ery nail shape, you would no doubt fail to see the new ir in bridge over Jonca creek with thei tills at either approach (tho bridge . Is not paid for yet but it will be by ! the 1st of next Feb..) but the public i Will have the use of It Just the same and T um proud of it. Then when you , g -i lo Fanulngton come out the old lluiks road and there jou will find about 1 .'l-H miles of the II nest rock road in this part or the State built i 'with the help of the good farmers in i jthe neighborhood for a very little I .over $1,1(10.00, There never was, II 'will venture to say, that much rock I jroad built for the money and It i.t a rock road in a true sense all the way ! from N to lo inches thick and will ! be there for .'0 years and I am proud of it. Now go northwest from Ihe rock road to the St. Louis Flat I Itiver I oads and there j on will llnd us I still depleting the special road fund anil what Is bothering me most now is 1 am a Ira Id w e can not get the money I spent before the bad weather sets in, for 1 promised tho people if I was elected County Judge. 1 would spend j ' their money and 1 have never be- j ilrayed a trust. I have promised the , I good people of Lawrcnccton a good I road which the old Court refused to jgive them and 1 will sure build that I road if it fi-rtber depletes the l Treasury. j I Yes, the County Special Hoad Fund , is depleted, that is what the Treasurer Isajs. Now in fact and in truih it is i not depleted audi went over the tax i I .statement with Ihe County Clerk. and ! I we have available, between now and' Ihe 1st of Fell. 11)17, something over i W.uon. The books are alieady turned ' 1 over to the t 'ollector and the money is , , due and will lie paid by Feb. 1st. Now as lotbe statement in the Herald that , Mr. Hebm.thc Treasurer, refusing to endorse oi stamp the warrants there is no truth in the statement. At lirst lie did say be would not or could not or something of the kind but I had no or very little trouiile in Having tin rentleman place on the back of itch mil every warrant just what I wanted there and as to the warrants drawin, interest the Herald knows better, as Ihej will draw (I per cent until paid. Noiv Mr. Herald and Mr. Treasurer when did you tind the law quoted, ,ou surely just dug it up to lit this particular case. 1 am Mire you did not know of this law last year. So, lets see, there was a balance In (he County Kevenue Fund Feb. 1st, tt,1. of i7.7iri.7ll, the receipts for that fund from Feb. 1st, lllb'i to Feb. 1st. lillli, was KUilUH, add this to gether unil you have nvailablefor that year all told MJ. 111.41. now you know and I know and Intend for Un people of this county to know' that the total expenditures for that year was .')!. 117 1.20 or W,4S7.7tl in excess of in Keli l'llll -mil we had less han"i()'SM '''''' '"'ur- full length of wild lot No. I in i i ii. l.iio, .inn wt ii.ui jiss i aii : hi (rnm Nilrlh fll S)i)Uth jlni, u ,,,,,,,, in the treasury at that time and that ,hi North by n rtrft un the Bust ty lot' was all O K, and the same shivwed ' "t (formerly) l'elli Winston unit :i lot Ixmuht Kuntlefnii n w is t'limitv Tivasnrer ,IV Chas. K. Csrssnw from Kvltx Winston g. ntiiman w .isi ouniy i n .is in i ani, ,,, jm,n Ine Kuth ,,y ,, I Now the banks refused to casl) the (runnerly) of Win Mitchell uinl on the West road warrants so the Herald sa.vs. by lialnnve ot sal. I lot n. mil I will irlvi him 1'in'dit for that is Also lieuln nt the Snuthenst corner ot the ' .mil 1 w i H i nim i in (III ioi iii.li is n,,v,. .L.enli-.! port or lot N'n. m thence N. the truth I'liej did refuse to cash t dei-. w to n lirHm hi thence N. 73 ilej,-. v.. them but the Hank of.ColTuian and I" the Knstern Ijimnilnrv line ot n lot soliC t ii, h'Vi'n i' ii no we oweo toe i . u i tlwi t.;l em inirinn liiinkwill sucelv cash them, (take a chance on getting Ii per cent interest.) 1 asked Mr. Treasurer why the Hanks i-efused to cash them and he said they bail all that tliej could carrv and I asked him how much they could carry and he said about M.oUI. Now. no doubt, he forgot I show ing me his books less than one year ago and we owed outstanding I warrants right in tho neighborhood ' of tll.tim. He told me that thi'j wen i mone In sight to pay same with and --"i "Kt. h mnvsiiaixT fonirovtM" . I coulil go on i that have been ,ti ,.,,. il. I,,,,, l t, V, ,,r if, . un,,. un.- mm .iiiii. .......... ... .... few but will uldtle my time. I know I ajji right ttnd right will win 1 am not coyr.se Unit would Ik? O K with the banks but not with tho Comity Coui;t us it nitw ttunds, for the time ha past hw liny lapk or corporation win control tiw morjey oi ne. (ienevlevo l.ognly. 1 for one am toy Jroivt ." I roads we are going to have, nd ft,'"!,,'!'.all 1,1.., m 1 have u depleted tceasury and good, 1 l oads, than to hmo the treasury over- : loaded with money and our farmors pulling their teams to death, wearing J,m n,,. ug,ms and ut the same I time paying llieli' mail lax. Am I right or mil I wro.ng Verv respectfully, THOS. 11..STHAUG1IAN. PUBLIC SALE! Tlio undersign will sell ut public miction nt his residence, in this city on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, nt 1 o'clock nil his household niul kitnheti furniture nntl oilier ntli eles to numerous to mention. TEltMSi Cnsh uilv DI0MS MELCIIEU. I A Sta. Goneviava Woman's Experienco, ! Can ou doubt the evidence of this j Si. Genevieve woman! Yon can verify Ste. (lenevievo en- dorsemetit: Mrs. .tosepl. Kim:, Market St , V ,,, ,, .' ' ote. (icnevieve. says: I hail kiiIii.'y complaint from cliMdhood. I noticed ""it when I caught cold, it disordered my kidneys and drought on nil attack r backache; Often I could hardly , , . ,, . . . stl'on to "c my shoes Hit kidney secretions were disordered anil their I irregulaiity in passage annoyed inn a: great deal, I read such good repot In i admit Dunn's Kidney Pills Hint I Until- ly got come Iroiu Hinch &c Douglas' u u n .I.....7 i "UH iiiiiT mill iH'Killl ll.suiu MIUIII. I soon had relief and I continued until cured." Price f0! at all dealer. Don't sinmlv ask for a kidilev reoiedv iret i),,,,,,,, Kidney Pills the same that cured Mr. King. Kotcr-Milbiitii Co., I'lops., Huflulo, N. Y. adv I As'ii 'J'iik SOUTHEAST uro quickly nnil rnnifnrtalily rrnchnl vU WI1KKKVKU you may be bound Iliiiniiigh'itn, Atlan ta, Jacksonville or any oilier city or town in the Southeast don't purchase your ticket until you have learned something about our ttain seivice, especially The St. Louis Memphis K.vprcss DetnUcil Information will he1 cheerfully ulen upon nppllcntion to J. C. IIKltTlCH, Tickel Agent. ' ' I ''- Despondency. I When you feel dicouingrd and des-' i pondent do not give up but take a! j dose of Chainbri Initios TnliU't1 Jitnl ; lyoii mm' .iltno-t eci tain to feel nil ii'lit j within it tl ;i v two, Duspoudeiii'V ' . is vry nftvn ilnt- ti imliircstinn it ml I ; .i,I.ium.i, fur whii'h Hhsh taiiluts t ppL'cinlly vnluablo. Ol.t'iiimblo every- ' wIich. mv I Tm-U'iVf Sail. t Whercn, Ch:irl.s Wclierr.v ami MzzJe Webt-rry, hl wire, liy their ft-ruln doeil of ! trunt'liiUN, tho 2Jnl tlay nf Jum. 1914, and ri'ctiriU'tl In the rerunlcr? n tit re of stn. (li'iunli'M County, in (Iet'l Hook "76", nt link'.' in, rnvejed to John HcrtiT iij the trustee nil their rluht, tttlo ami InttTt-nt 1 rtiid ctntr In Htul to tho rollowlni; itcMrrlhed real extiiltt ami linprox Piuonttt, Mltnato. )j in ninl hclntrln the County of hit. Genevieve. State of Mlt.xoi.rI. toult: I 1 The eaHtern Hurt of lot ll of II. S. Burvev 272.tn feet In whlth from K.it to Went ami ? Chiis. K. Cnrssniv ti jus. Johnson on illt ntMpiin.il i,v tirst imrty 'trnin ('hint. Scufcrt main In iy ileeit of even il.ite ! v'inch'milit co1,,.v,,nc., made P. se-1 i ctirc- the payment nt i promissory note In ' snlil ileeil ilescrllicil ami wherens, suPl nitnj Ii:ih hcconic tint kihI remalnn ti niNilit, ami wnereuM, nam jonn ncrtor, trustee, iuik ro fiiHcil lo urt niul ncll iht property i.bov ilcicrilpl; thercf'irn, by tto ttrm of mihl ilfftl nf trust, the .lutlCH of foibl trust cc havu ilvolveil upon me, the KherllT of rtti, (lent1 vlcvc County, MUxmirt Now. therefore. In nccortbince with th prot iNlon- of ftahl ileeil of trunt, ami at the rciiicit of tho lethal holilcr of hiiIi! note. i will proceed 10 mcii tne above ileticnneil real estate at the Court llouxedoor In the , ';!!L"'.K'.'' r",".1:".6.?.'''. pppierat public anctlnu for 'rush, on M ay, Oetolie,. 23,1111.1, lietwppn the hourn of nine o'clock in the forenoon nnd flvo o'clock In thi nftennton of that iln to natUfy kjiI.1 not toother , wan mo com ana txienicor t-xycutiiiKtniM trust. OOTTI.IISll ItKIIM, nuenu ti mi- itcnevieve loumy, iio.,auu ' acting trust,-.. 1 Duuruuy, ot'iHcuioer au, ivio For n Muddy Complexion. Take a Muddy Complexion. Take Chamhetlain's Tablets and adopt a diet of vegetables and cereals. Take outdoor exercise daily and your complexion will he greatly improved within a few mouth. Try it. Obi "W",'" everywhere. adc S'e yjrjD authored f.n announce the i qJJiuvi")' A'SWsllilaies ttilbjecl i'othe de- j n nf iff,1 iMers 0$ U general VfjinherW. llilli, IIKPLniLUUJjri Kor Treasiii er .iosiu'u ii. mum LAir L'oiintv Juilcc, 1st District LAWKBNtJH A. IJKWOti Ktir L'onstnlili' JOHN HBKTHH FOR SAIEs--Hoi'.H6 Apply to.i: W. Hlmw. amidols, atlv Memphis Easier To Slop Knw It is easier to check a hroueliirit cough now than later, Coughs' grow worse the longer Ihey coiitimiu, Kn ley's Honey and Tnr Jtops. tickling in throat, allays inllaiumntien and irriln tion, re tm es sore anil discharging membranes to healthy condition, opens cougoted air passugeti, nud affords landed for relief, Hold everywhere, adv Itcsoliitlons of JCespect. j Whetcas, an Allwise Father has re- moved fiom ns our Keiglidor, W 11. Jaliis. He it Itesolved, that ill the death of. Neighbor Jaiiis, that the iiicii.Ijiis o Ste. (leuiivtevd Cuinp No. -1S!)(I, M. , W. of A . fully realize that they hayoj lost one of their number, i lteolved, that this, the sinccie and lieartfelt .yinp.lliy of the mem-I ders nt this Ciunp be, nnil are hereby 1 extended tn the bereaved wife and children of our deceased neighbor, whose loss, with theirs, wo deeply mom i.. Kesolved, that as a Jokcn of ptceiu for our deceased Neighbor the Charter of our Camp be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days. Itenilved that these lesolutiotis be spread upon the records of the Camp, that the Clerk deliver a copy of the same to Mrs. J.-ttii ami that these resolutions be published ill the local pi ess. 0 A. UtCKAUli f L. A. llKlioi) s Committee, F. J. Hiiinox ( Trusteo's Sale, Wherens. O. C. Wnmnler iiihI Kllen Wnnipler, his wife, hy their certnin leeil of trust, ilntril tho l'ith iluy of Octolier. Nine teen Itutiilreil nnil Fourteen nnil recorileil 111 the olllee ot the Heconler of Deeils for Ste. Oenevleve County, Stnte o Missouri, lit tmirc wt of llnok 76. conveyeil to the un ilernliriii'd trustee tlin followlni; ilesertheil Ileal Kstnte, together with the Improve ments, lying, tieint; nnil sltuiite in tlio County of Kte. Oenevleve, Htnto ot Missouri, to-nlti All nt tho Hunt halt of the North Kant (lunrter of Section Thirty-Six, Township Thirty-Six North, ttant-e Six East, contain-Ink-so acres ami nil of the North Kast Qimr ter of tho South Kast (lunrter, of Section Thirty-Six, Township Thirty-Six, North, llnnKe Six Kast, contidnlni; 40 acres ami contnlnlnie In the aggregate 120 acres, more or less, which conveyance was niatle to the undersigned in trust, to secure the pay ment of a certain note In said ileeil sped lleil ami WlinilEAS the prlnclmil anil cer tain acerueil interest tliereon are now past due ami remain unpaid: now therefore, at the reipicHt of the leual holder of said note nnd In pursuance- of the conditions In said deed of trust, the undersigned Trustee, will sell thn property a,ove described nt public vendue, to the highest lildder for cash, at thes-Court House Door in the City of ste. lt t'nevte e, ste. oenevleve county, on Monday, November lith, 111 I (5 between the hours of 9 o'clock of the fore noon and A o'clock of the afternoon, for tin purpose of satlsfvlni? said Indebtedness and the cost of executing this trust. O. V. 11LKECK, Trustee. October nth, 10!S. Dieil Ot'tolnT (itli, 0 oll it Kratnies Purl, uoldvi')! tlmirhtr r nt D. B, unci Ur.sulii Purl, at tin. auo of 0 moi.tlis mid V2 days. We mips thee tlarllnir floMn, From thy familiar plueo, We tlo not hear tin nweot nole Or ee thy c'.ieerful face. We mlsK thee at hed time. We feel thy absence there, And oh! what mo r row DIM our heart To see thy v.ieaut chair. Death ha claimed our dnrllnu Oolila, And who'll never more return, Hack to eatlh tn treet her dear parontt. Who are left atone to mourn, nm.e to meet the blessed Savior. Who for tin hW hloorl did k'lve, tione In Jnln the hand of Angels, There with Saints her soul live. She has yone to the realms of tho blent, Where sorrow can reach her neer. She has past throtiKh the Kiitvmtt rest, she Is lost from our eyes forever. Dear mother do not Krlowv it was sueetnn earth. Hut tls sweeter Heaven I have irnne, Tn Join the Angels on yonder shore, Dear mother tint) father Kod bye, A. K. H I have just received a full line Of UT)-tO-dRi-,P. Fall Millinery Goods - and invite my custom- f,mn nr "'" 1,1111 W!lllts j n, , , nl" imikp a gilt edgu iuvestipent. erS and irjenaS tO Call have been over thi land several tiP and see them before I "'"m':'''! ti"i iad wn , . , i 'I'd he duplicnlpd considering the purchasing elsewhere. .miiiy of oi. price ami location. Mrs Ludwine Mornan Var fl,,'tl",r ' "'" writ. to me , iw-orttu jm. cmnu H1,a M,u lll01IIMl ! wil, K0 witl ad Main St. Milliner ym ami k'iow you tin- land. $100 Reward, $100 " iriuivi iu iiiih ia )tT Will po pleased to learn that there lo at least 0bL8 A"?Z nhn8S that In catarrh. Catarrh belnz creatly Influenced by constitutional conditions rcqulre constitutional treatment, Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous Bur. fcc5 otJ,1i? 8ytc"i thereby destroylnf PaUefr.1?nBVfb atltutlon and nsslBtlnft nature In (loins Its work, Th proprietors have so much faith In the curative, powers ot Hall's Catarrh McdlclnA thnf thev nffs rin Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials, Address P. J, CHENEY A CO., TelldO, Ohio, sold by all Druggist, 7fs, Corner 3rd & Uerchani Phone MS Huh fur Hals Urlescilleck light later holtleheor one tit the beat Hears on thu market Three trailing brands of Kentucky Whiskies ntjjoo a k-allon; also other brands of stralKht Kentucky 2 stamp Whiskies at t-2.50, W.00 and J 1. 00 arcnnllnK to ace, Xnrger ic Hack Home .Stilled l'cnch A; Apple Ilrninlles and Cum IVIilsklcs l-'Irst-Class Tjiiucli Hoouv trhereynucan find nil thlnir that are Itood to eat at a reasonable price. Pool Itoom lu CniinucOoii Farms For Sale: Two fauns. lj,9 tie'res each, three miles west ot iate.'iti.enevieve. (j,m( house, atid bllildintrs on nun Apply nt thit uilv IJelitle Hut Sure HjlimUjijess, sick headache. Mini itomncll, gas, bloating, constipation dyspepsia all thesHlistiessiug conse (ucnces of retaining a nniss nf iimli gestetl um) feimeuting food in tin btoiiptu nre Kvoided if tho bowels r kept open mid regular. Koley Cnlha tie Tablets tire first aid tn good liealtl Do not gripe. Sold eveiywhctc, Ai acKttCnc, QQ ran . fsm F MM STE GENEVIEVE BREWING MANUKACTUREKS OF fll til fll t ,,,;i''.1' ' rr lfeaiyS Shomnj i-Vo: 1UJL tJIQl !. i Bottled at the Brawary ANHEUSER-BUSG'1 t.Louis near W. H. SEXAUER Distributor STE. Tho express charges ore just as high Bottom Land For Sale .1,'JIHI acres cut over bottom land in Untlcr County, Mo., J 120 miles South, unst nt Ste. (lenevleve. The owners lilfi lumber men ami they will sell np.V quniiitv from 0 acies up at -"i.DO per acre, one fouitli chxIi pnil balancn Inn time or nil cash Thin Is the tlch ' i i i.. i i.. t ! ? ? ,. : , JOHN HKUTKIf Bte. Qenevieve, Mo. I ri , , . , low "turrh Ih lioiitmclct. ! M".l.e.S .uro,net,,,,es,otl,ougtlc.ss n" n "eKl,'(,t the colds winch their 'childien contract. The inaniinatiou i 0f ilu hhiiiiik m hi, 1 1 1; no -it (1,-st ,.iiiu "mu iti m inui.uit, .it llt-t i c te. 'becomes elllonlc mid the child lias elirouiti catarili, a disease that h sel- ! ""! 'I.at n.-.y prove a life'K burden, Many persons who have thu I 111, lll, .,,, ,tiuau ...in I I . innwini- CIHLIUI IlllV ing had f refluent colds at the time itj wh contiatiled. A little toreiliotight, a bottle of Clianibijtlain'a Cough Hepi mly jndieioiisly used, and all this troiiblu migit have been avoided. Oli taliiablB everywlieie, mu. HENRY L.R0ZIER B A T K 8tk. Gknkvikvk, Mo fcl,""01. general Panting and Ileal KtalelliislBess,LuyandSBljichiiige,foreirn M4 domoitlc and ieolsl site (Ion to ...MN..u.ul, ,, quiicBuio itiiinis, remniini promptly at lowest roles. Your banking hutlnasa tollaited. . UK.S'ltY I, HO'.IKIt. Mako Thu Most OF Piosperity Every should keep (it these days ami make the most of his oppor tumties. Ionian cmi work Ids best handicapped with disordered kid and bladder, aching back, swollen joints, stiff iiiuselos or llieumatic pain. Koley Kidney Pills pay for themselves a liuiidred titties over in health improvement. Sold every wlli,, adv Used It Eleven Years There is one remedy that for many years has giveu relief from coughs, .uolds, croup ami whooping couh .Mrs. Chas. Itictz, aIIhi Mills wtitesi "1 have used Foley's Honey nin. ii mi ino past eleven years am i woiiiu tint promptly rolic tin oat mid very whet e. Resident Dentist "" I ciie. Drugstore oe wi lout i." li "jesr f'"""- ' uds. 11 ves hoarseness. tickli. J CpBSia t,M wl,eeZy btea.hing. Sold , Dm? rnrSnFnlr'' U T! KUV FOLEY KIDNeTpILLS -jt.t, For headache . nev - r-- .--.- vowdnuBs Kijetrmatim. "7 .f 7.ru.( "?e". idneys wd Pn.laaen days and sleepless nlehtrf Bladder, weak, lame back, take Foley Kidney Pill Ci1,l , w.M sr:ri. , :r.B"? "ev,w & LIGHTING ASSOCIATION lee. & m cur IremcnHotu lop Uuildin KIT. -PP. mea.m, tar 0n Budwaiscr ijou ipt a flavor and a bouquet that are invariably the same Jclitful anjd distinctive. cJcse qualities are directly due to our exclusive use Imported Saaer Hops. Jhese hops cannot now bo imported, owin to the war. Cj$e anticipated this situa tion beforethe embargo went on. "" Sn the hop house shown is stored a sufficient supply to last through 191 fvou. profit bu our rfuv c" ' C2 GENF.VIEVi:, MO, on the cheapest beef as or. the best. DR. A. P. DEURY VETEUINAU IAXV Will answer cnlliday or1 night Ollice in Hoiithein Hotel. Hospital ill Vorst's Livery Hani, I'lioties Uny 41, Night 24U, Ste. (leneviove, , . Mi-Hour No Mure Ilneknelio l'"ov Her Mrs, .1. M. Oasklll, Ktnii (Ireen, JuJ., writes: "I suffered from sevmu hnukauliu and sharp pains, I could lint stoop over. Koley Kidney Pills gavu mp such relief that I 'o'Oinol prai.su tliem too highly." This stand ard lemedy for kidney ttoublo and bladder ailment, can bo taken with nbsolule safety, Sold everywhere. inly b. w. ummt m, d,, Physician, Surrjeon and Aoooucheur ble. Goncvievo, . Mt nil answered promptly tlnjr or nlgnt Office nt Lnnmvg t Drug Shire Cut This Out It Is Worth Money Don't Miss This. Cut out this slip, emdo.o with Tie to Kocy & Co., Chi c-ago, III., writing your ipinio and ad dress clearly. You will receive in re turn a trial package coiillliiiiug Koley's Honey and Tar Compound for bron chial coughs, colds mid croups Koley Kidney Pills, and Koley Calliarlio Tablets. Specially comforting In stout persons Sold everuwliere, adv Orrict! Piiokk 37 11 nmiDBscB Phonh 13 u DR. LOUIS J. BIRSNER IMiyNltjlaii and Hurtrooii Olllcb over Hiucli and Deuglns' Drug Store. Ste, Oo'ievieve Mo Help for Bronchial Trouble and Cough eu mora like a food than a medlcln." Calif' 'vL.a..rnlc,Ion,1 Inslewood. Poley-s Hj.T.L'"1 t0 recommend trouble mia u(.n,Vnrfrc.iHu,SrS,n. irouuie ana couf t.' it ncta o well In 1e.a"PF tae'auTfac'eHo? fltiSl i hX ES&n1? BiimLt auc to kid. for wearv. .ieht3. i