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:! 53T DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
City Collectors Annual Settlement.
Dolinqucnt City Taxes Ending March 26, 1920.
Total Amount or Ileal Estate, Personal and Poll Taxes for Year 1010, S 1,300.22.
Delinquent Real Estate, Personal and Poll Taxes for 1010 -
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Lost A pair
turn to Fair Play
in anii()iiiiciiii the Tru Ore, or '
"Three Hours' Agony," services,
which is held from 10 to 8 o'cloe!
on iiii)d Friday in all Catholic,
(lunches, il is of interest to kniuv
that the coremotiv wns first held in sowing machine, almost new,
For Sale: Adropliead Singer
Total Delinquent Taxes for ." years 418.70
Delinquent Taxes on my Annual Settlement March 28,1921.
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Delinquent Kcal Estate and Poll Taxes for year 1020
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Total Amount of Taxes Delinquent for o Years Ending March 28, 1021. $ 577.40
The above statement shows that I have collected OS per cent of taxes and more.
Total Amount of Revenue Collected for One Year Ending March 28, 1921.
Pvcal Estate and Personal Taxes Collected $ 3,902.28
Poll Tax Collected $ 454.00
General Licenses Collected $ 4,040.14
Automobile, Vehicle, Bicycle. Service Cars and Hauling Licences Collected $ 688.05
Total Collected for One Year 9,994.42
I am making this statement because one of my opponents for Marshal has been circulating
to the voters of Ste. Genevieve that 1 have neglected my duty as Collector. The above statement
will show that I have collected 08 per cent and more of all taxes. Also state that I have never made
extra charges, or asked for more salary, because I knew the city was not able to pay it. Here
with submit this statement to the voters of the City of Ste. Genevieve for your consideration, and if
you find that I have performed my duty and worked for the interest of the city, I shall ask you to
east your vote for me April 5th, 1021. 1 shall also ask every ladj voter to take interest in this
election and give me your vote. Ppon the above record I expect your support.
I St. Lor.is 103 ypni'5 ago at the
Old ( iitliedral, becoud and Wal
nut streets. A letter has beer,
biouglit to light, which is on file
in the archives of the h't. Louis
diocesan ehinicory at, the Old
Cathedral, which was written April
2. 1818. to Hihop IJosiiH by the
Vineencinn, Hlesseil Felix ile
Amlreis, who was then nl tin Old
KJatheilinl and who snys. ui.der the
I date mentioned: "On Good Kii-
day evening we had the function
called the 'Pro Ore eniried out in
overy detail. The setting was
magnificent beyond belief.'' Father
doAndreis had taken pin t in 'Pi e
Ore devotions at Wome mid in
Franco, and brought the Old
Win Id custom to the trading post
which was then t. Louis.
Pay while your ride, one-third
down, remainder divided in
twelve monthly payments.
Autli rized Sales and Service
dark oak case upright
Apply at this office.
For Sale Setting Eggs,
Rhode Island Reds.
Phone 83 H. A. Hahn,
mlv Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
F. A. WE1LEU
For Sale In Festus. Mo.,
one 8 room house in good con
dition, 2 blocks from Main St.
2 cisterns, good garden, etc.. two
large lots, convenient to schools.
For terms address "W. L. Town
send or D. 13. Frost, Festus.
For City Marshal.
It. II. AUBKNATIIY
For School Director,
to be elected for 3 yoars.
P. ANTON WEILER
WM, P. HUOK
THE HCUOOL OF EXPBHTH
tuxyyrz t - - t&--s
crtKmair Can Eijhth 6 j
This dark bay Perchoron Stal
lion and two Jacks will stand at
my farm 1 mile Southeast of
Bloomsdale throughwnt this sea
son. Colonel stands 10 hands
high and weighs 1,500 pounds
and was purchased by me from
John N. Jokorst.
LAWRENCE P. C RRON,
adv Bloomsdale, Mo.
JOHN HERTER, City Collector.
Mrs. Dr. II. Yogt, who has
been visiting relatives at River
aux Vases, returned to her
home at Pueblo, Colorado, last
Miss Anna Burch returned
home from St. Louis last Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of
St. Louis arrived hero last Fri
day night to visit her parents,
' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ziegler.
Mr. Jones returned to St. Louis
I Gilbert Sicbert, brother CarU
' Brennerman and friend Miss
Audrey Burns of St. Louis were
the guests of their mother Mrs.
day night and Sunday.
wnere sue has been receiving Xotlj(J ijl.PI1Mei.mnn iilst Satur
medical treatment for the past
I Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Rick
Joseph Rottler accompanied ard and daughter Dorothy retur
uy ins lriend inss Alary under
einer of St. Louis, visited- our
city this week the guests of his
mother and sisters.
Miss Duella Grieshaber re-,
turned to her bonis in St. Louis
Tuesday evening after a several
days visit to relatives and friends
in Ste. Genevieve.
Mrs. W. W. Wilder and her
guest Miss Gertrude Zeppen
felt of New York visited Crys
tal City last week the guests of
hor son W. R. Wilder and family.
Miss Genevieve Baumstark,
who is taking a course of train
ing at the Mullanphy Hospital
in St. Louis, visited relatives in
our city during the Easter holi
days. Mrs. J. E. Bockstruck who
has been visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carron
at Bloomsdale returned to her
home in St. Louis Tuesday ove-ning.
II. J. Janis and son Joseph of
St. Louis arrived hero last Sat
urday niglit and remained until
AC .1 !...- ... i
.uuiKiu.y morning visiting ins
mother Mrs. Mary A. Janis and
nod home Monday night from
St. Louis, where they had been
visiting their daughter Mrs.
John Schilly and husband.
F. A. Naumanu of Kendrick
Seminary at Webster Groves
arrived here Saturday night and
remained until Monday evening
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Naumann and family.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Wild, Jr.,
and little daughter, Audrey, and
Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wild of
St. Louis, ariived here last
Thursday night to spend the
Easter holidays witli relatives.
Misses Lillian Weiler, Mildred
Okenfuss, Dorothy Berry, Pearl
Rigdon and Rita Wilder who arc
teaching school in St. Louis
County were week end visitors
in our city the guests of their
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lour and
children and C. L. Harrison of
Cape Girardeau arrived here
last Saturday evenirg and re
mained until Monday morning, 1
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II.
L. Kozicr and family. Mrs. C. j
L. Harrison and children, who i
Dad been visiting tiere tor a
week accompanied them home.
Bert Modiset returned homo
from St. Louis Tuesday night
where he had been receiving
medical treatment at the Mis
souri Baptist Sanitarium for
Dr. Edgar Rehm accompanied
by his friend Miss Helen King
of Maplcwood arrived here last
Thursday night and remained
until Sunday evening visiting
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Miss Elizabeth Bcherer who
lfas been receiving medical treat
ment at St. Anthony's Hospital
in St. Louis returned home last
Friday night. She was accompa
nied by her brother Frank
Scherer and wife who romained
here until Sunday evening.
Buy and sell pure bred stock
ami poultry, machinery, automo
biles, bind, farms, stocks of mer
chandise or anything of value
through The Farmers & Merchants
Exchange,. Orisham Bldg., Fred
nneiuon, mo. want adds are
If you like distinctive
you will like the
MEYER NOVELTY AND MILLINERY SHOP
W underfill Bargains in Hat Trimmings
Easter Sunday closely dupli
cated that of last year. The day
; was cold with showers of rain.
, A heavy freeze, which was gen
eral over the state Monday
night, added materially to the
damago done to the fruit by the
I snow storm and blighting drop
in the temperature Sunday
night. Jewell Mayes, Secretary
of the State Board of Agricul-
i ture, and E. A. Logan, United
State Agricultural Statestician
at Columbia, comprising the Co
operative Farm Crop Reporting
Bureau, announced tnat they
officially estimated the damage
to Missouri fruit Sunday night
and Monday night at 10,000,000.
Notice To Local Contrac
Plans and specifications cover
, ing the proposed Factory Build
I ing have been prepared and are
I now open for your inspection at
' the office of the Building Super
intendent at the Light Plant, adv
In loving remembrance of my
father, Cyrille Calliotte, who
passed away on?yearago, April
Hud anil audited wan the call,
Of una 8o iliiarly lovod by all,
Ilh moinory Is as innot tn-dny,
Am In the linur Un punol away.
Our ilaar father l to no,
Hut not fnrcnttnn,
Nver shall hUuioraory fado.
The meutest thoughts shall civor llocer
Arauod ttif etovo wbera lje i laid.
Ula luTlsifojUklittf, uit,
Having sold my farm to Louis J. Donze I will sell at
Public Auction at my home one mile South of Ste. Gene
vieve, on the St. Mary's road on
aturday, April 23, 1921
Beginning at 9 o'clock a. m.
7 work mules, 6 good enough for any one, 2 good brood
and work . mares, will have colts by day of sale, 1 high
bred 3 year old filly, 25 head of cattle, mostly nice fat
yearlings, some Jerseys, 1 new farm wagon, 1 old wagon, 1
iuw wneei a wagon, i Drana new manure spreader, 1 good
acme binder, 1 new fertilizer drill, 1 McCormick mower,
used one year, 1 hay rake, 1 disc nulverizer." 1 iron roller
good as new, 1 good corn planter, 2 good buggies, 1 new
section harrow, 1 patent harrow, 1 hay frame, 1 hog frame,
1 Irish buggy, 3 sets of wagon harness, 2 sets of single har
ness, all kinds of collars, lines and halters, 1 horse clipper,
20 rods woven wire, 1 good wire stretcher, about 60 good
cedar posts, some corn and clover hay, 2 or 3 large iron
kettles, 1 large meat chopper, 1 lard press. In fact all my
farming implements such as pitch forks, hoes, rakes, ham
mers, axes and etc., 3,000 lbs. commercial fertilizer, quite
a good deal of household and kitchen furniture and many
other articles too numerous to mention.
This property will be sold to the highest bidder regard
less of what it brings as I must give possession the first day
TERMS OF SALE: All sums under $10.00 cash, on sums
over $10.00 a credit of six months will be given, purchaser
giving a good note with interest at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum from maturity. Should you elect to pay cash
on sums over $10.00 a discount of 2 per cent will be given.
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED OH GROUNDS
THOS. B. STRAUOHAN
Auctioneers gj; ft! eJraCobs