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Don't miss tliia wilo for wo
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than you Imvo ever been able to
All thread will sell nL 4,.a B)()0
Calico will sell at. Sets yard
Apron gingham worth Sets at- (Jets "
1 lot unblenohed domestic worth lOctsnt iiets "
1 lot bleached domestic! worth lOets at fetn "
l0-4 unbleaehed sheoting worth Mcts at 25ets "
India linon worth lOets at octg "
Silk ginghams w'orth 2octs at iflcts "
Blliok and brown voilo worth 2"cts at. I4cts
1 lot cotton
jt $ t
BRING US YOUR PRODUCE AND DON'T FORGET THE DATE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26.
PROSOGE MARKET REPORT
Oat . 05
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riour Irtlali) 100 pound 3 iSO
NaVj;Biini. .,..,1 ' A
Onion Mi...... l M
IriaH FuUlot..... l 10 J 20
SWt l'"ttixi'i ir T.')
Orn Appl ter bulifl., ft u
oiled Apple, ib 7
Qtfta Pntchea, bushel.
DrUt I'cikchea, It) 7
Turn ; 60
Ctaickn I' 20 30
Turkey 11 IS
Hum. tl 12
Lard 8 10 11
Sorghum 30 10
Green 11 Idea 7
Dryllnt Hide 1
Bee's Wax 27
Salt r barrel $1 '
Tab Washed Wool J 3
Burr. " S
Upwaahed " 29
Wheat 1.41 per bushel.
For a fresh loaf of bread go to
Road Fitzkam's ad. on this page.
.He has some rare bargains for you.
Tobacco plants for sale. Come
curly if you want them. L. Girard.
Henry Fitzkam has a new run
about which he purchased this
For Sale Cheap. Good Sing
er Sewing Machine. Worth ICO
when new. Inquire here.
For the first time in the history
of Red Bud, 111., the
to stay on Sundays.
Call at the Eagle Bakeuv and
got some of the best ice cieuni in
town. Always fieh ; ulwayv good.
The steamer Alton will run an
excursion from St. Louis to Sto.
Genevieve on Sunday, May 2'i.
DoWitt's Little Early Risers,
lie famous little liver pills.tmnll,
gentle and sure, bold by all
The l!)th annual convention ot
the Southeast Missouri Drummers'
Association will bo hold at Caruth
evsvillo next week.
Soothes itching skin. IIonN
out or burns- without .1 near.
Cures piles, t'ciiema, salt rheum,
any itvhiiig. Dimu't Ointment.
Your iruggi?t nells it.
- - isfy 'in, rini A..
nro going to givo you a bettor selection of all kinds of Spring and Summer Goods for less money ri
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buy them before.
towels worth lOets at...
1 lot ladies' corset covers worth .'loots at.
1 lot ladies' underskirts worth $1.4!) at
1 lot ladies' guuzc vests worth lOets at
1 lot ladies' black hose worth lOots at
1 lot men's black hose worth lOcta at
1 lot children's black hose worth lOets
1 lot men's underwear worth .'l.iets at I i ' J 7.0,1s grin' t
1 lot men's underwear worth oOets at fl-Juts
1 lot boys' suits, age !) to 10, worth to $.'l.f0 at... $1.73 suit
1 lot mens' suits worth t $15 at $8. fit) "
1 lot ladies' umbrellas worth 7ficts at U'.lets each
1 lot velvet rugs, 30xf4, worth $2 at $l.nf "
1 lot latest stylo back combs worth Hoots at t7cls "
1 lot ladies' white shirtwaists worth $2.98 at $1.1)8 "
1 lot ladies' night gowns worth GOots at Jl'Jets "
. 1 lot ladies' hand bags worth GOcts at 3,'iets "
1 lot ladies' hand bags worth Jtoets at lDuts "
l lot ladies' wash belts worth 2."icts at. lOets "
1 lot men's canvas shoos worth $1.25 nt 85ots "
1 lot childrens' canvas slippers worth $1 at liOct
3 lot ladies' collars, all styles, worth .'loots at Mots
St. Louis ice cream in brick or
bulk at the Eagle Bakkky.
On Monday of this week a mar
riage license was issued to Charles
E. Gefjg and Annie It. Vogt, both
of River aux Vases.
Fer Sale or Rent, the Lonid
Nauinann meat market opposito
court house. Inquire of
Sheriff Straughnn took Finis
tilackwoll, colored, to the peniten
tiary last Monday to serve a two
years' sentence for larceny.
Call and see Rozier's
9c. counter, regular
5 and 20c. values.
Conductor Abe Rinearson was
called to Chicago last week to see
his brothor James who has been
critically ill with appendicitis.
Notice t All thos who have
empty sodnwater bottles will please
return thein to my factory or notify
me and I will call and get them.
Joseph N. Simon.
The public schools closed Friday.
The customary entertaiumeut has
been postponed until fall on ac
count of the numerous cases of
Special bargains in
Clothing for the next
30 days at Rozier's.
Mrs. Josio Walker has moved
her dressmaking establishment from
Market stroet into the building im
mediately west of the Armory, on
FOR SALE : My farm about 8 mi.
vouth ot Ste. Guncviuvu, 1 mi. from St.
Mury und !1 from Oxora. Suventy
nino MiivH, about 4o cultivated, 15 inure
oiin ho diMin'tl. New hou.so. inudiuiii
lini'Ti ni.il t.flti.i liiiililinio!. Twn KnrinfM. '
1 pond iu stablu lot. Mat Armiiisustkh
Capt. G. St. Gem left for St.
Louis Thursday morniug and will
return on the excursion steamer
Alton next Sunday in company
with Hon. Chauucey I. Filley.
"I suffered habitually from con
tlpatioii. Doan's Reguluts re
.ieved and strengthened the bow
els, so that they have been regu
lar over since." A. E. Davis,
grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tox.
Mr. J. B. 0, LeOomptu and
Kammerer of St.!
Louis are visiting Mrs. R. W.
Luuniug who has been seriously
ill the past week with erysipelas.
. 4t each
... PJots "
at , (Jets
-fresh every day, at
Judge James G. Donnell, a high
ly respected citizen of Frederick
town, died at the home of his son
in St. Louis last Wednesday morn
ing at the age of 70 years.
Rozier's want all of
your produce and will
pay you cash for same.
Married, at Clayton, Mo., on
Friday, May 7, Miss Lillie Griffith
of St. Louis to Frank Jedlan, a
bnnd-master at Jefferson Barracks.
The brido has many friends here
who extend congratulations.
Ste. Genevieve Produce
Co. pays cash for Poultry, Eggs,
Butter, Calves, Hides, Furs, Feath
ers, Wool, Game, etc. Chas. Bur
gert's old stand, Washington St.
Gahfield TnoMUHE, Manager.
Attorney C. J. Stanton pur
chased a Howard piano with
player attachment last Tuesday
from Frank Pratte who has for the
past week been selling piauos here
for the Baldwin Co. of Chicago.
Roziers buy for cash,
sell for cash and sell
cheaper. Save your
Louis E. Donahoe, aged 28
years aud 10 months, died in St.
Louis on Friday, May 14. Ho was
a sou of Philomenn nnd tho late
Chas. E. Donahoe, and brother of
Mrs Louiso Klio and Elmer, Hat tie
and Flora Donahoe.
Cards of thanks aud memorial
verses in memory of departed rela
tives will horeafter have to he paid
for at the rate of "i fonts a line of
5 words, and orders for suuh unac
companied by the cash will not be
The "Pikers' Club" met last
Wednesday night and serenaded
Dr. II. S, Rehm v?ho is a member
of this organization. At such re
unions thero is generally something
doing and this one was no toxcep
tion. We have the pret
tiest line of White
Goods for the girls'
First 0 0 1)1 111 U 11 i O 11
(1 re sses . J u k e rs t- Y e a
ly Merc. Co.
i nmn hit
FOB 1 DAY 1
x 444 4 44 k
delicious iec cream go to
A broken flange on an I. S. car
caused soveral cars to jump tho
track near Rough Creek Bridge on
Thursday of last week. Fifty-two
rails were torn from the tics and
a force of mou worked all night to
ropair tho damage.
We have the nicest
assortment of Boys'
Suits and Hats. Jo-kerst-Ycaly
William B. Silvoy, aged 50 years,
died at his home iu St. Louis on
Saturday, May 15. His remains
were taken to Union township, his
former homo, Sunday afternoon
for burial. He was a brother-in-law
of Sheriff T. B. Straughan.
I will visit St. Ma
ry's every Thursday
of each week. Office at Southern
Hotel. Crown and bridge work a
specialty. All work strictly guar
anteed or money refunded. My
prices are right.
Die. Aunolf Popp.
Frank Mitchim, the newspaper
man, nnd who is well known
throughout Southeast Missouri,
is critically ill at tho homo of his
brother, C. C. Mitchim, at DeSoto,
and it is thought that he will never
recover sufficiently to return to
Texas to stand trial for tho killing of
a man at El Paso, with which he is
Baldwin Pianos are Superior.
Having received the Grand Prize
at Paris in 1900 and at St. Louis
in 1904 is evidence of their superi
ority. Don't bo deceived into buying
some other make "just as good,"
but buy the factory samples at
Frank Pratto's special sale while
you can buy snporior pianos for
tho least mnnoy.
A careful, critical inspection is
solicited. Sale closes Wednesday,
When you hear a man sneering
at tho local paper because it is not
big, cheap and newsy as tho city
papers, you can bet ho does not
squander any of his wealth iu as-
siMing to mako it bettor, and that
gomirally tho paper hits douo more
for him than ho 1ms for it. Tho
man who can not seo tho benefits
arising from u local newspaper is
about as much value to a town as
a delinquent tux list.
Hoys' White Shirts
IW'und Hoys' White Ties
jiVai. j ok e i s i-1 eai)'
Mi p. Will Clover entertained a
number of her friends at euchre
lust Tuesday afternoon, the parlor
of her residence- being beautifully
decorated for the oecasion with
roses. Costly and handsome prem
iums were awarded the winners
and refreshments were served after
l.i rm (
till: lllllt;, liv miuniB iiuiiuirii
about five o'clock after having
spent a very pleasant afternoon.
Why a Tubular ?
Why a Tubular t Decause it, is
the simplest and best made. I
t3havo used a Sliurpless runuiar
I . - ... . .....
Cream Separator for four years
and have the exclusive selling
agency for them. Ask me to show
von one. Wm. M. Zir.ai.nn.
To build up a town there can be
found no better way than by giv
ing our business men your entire
and exclusive, patronage. The more
we help each other the more wo
help the town. You should not
mako your money from home peo
ple and then send it to foreign con-
'cerns for things that can be bought,
jj j at home. Some people say they do
jj.not keep what they want hero ; we
JiJ 1 believe that is because- they nover
Jj I inquire for it. Wo think our bum-
ness men try to carry as near as
(.possible everything needed in a
J, lirst-class store. Trade with them,
you will save by it.
m T . r r
1531 Just received a new
stock of pretty laces
and embroideries. Jo-kerst-Yealy
The Forty-fifth General Assem-
i bly of the State of Missouri ad-
journed Monday at noon. One
nine bills were introduced m the
j house, two hundrd and elevon
! i'iiin t- 1 1 1' o rw ? 4iia-1 untif ta tltaa tlftit
u ui v JuncLki ai nuiii iw iiiu vivmui"
nor for approval. In the senate
eight hundred and two bills were
introduced, of which two hundred
and fifty-three wero passed. This
makes a total of four hundred and
sixty-four laws, loss tho few that
tho Governor vetoes. Nino pro
posed amendments to the constitu
titution will bo submitted to the
voters nt tho next general election,
five of which originated in ibe sen
ate and four in the house.
Buy your Clothing
at Rozier's, you will
get two suits for tlie
price you pay for one
The masquerade ball at. tho Ar
mory last Monday night was well
attended and greatly enjoyed. Al
though nil were not masked, there
wero enough to cause those
not in disguise to regret that
they had not also donned a mask.
About ten o'clock masks were re
moved and all joined in the dance
which lasted until nfter midnight.
Yes, it was a good old time dance
such as is always enjoyed by tho
participants'. The orchestra or
ganized for this occasion, nnd
which furnished music especially
celected for tho dance, was com
posed of Frank, Lawrence and
Bert Siebert violinists, Boss Beau
champ pianist, and Peter Weiler
WlfKRKAS, Mury UpmiviiIb, liy Imr certain
ilfx-ii or trim ilaiml Hie bill ilny ul Di-ut-inln-r,
lb!!' un'l rrcuiilel In lli reconlcr'n iiilii-e
ill -Ih (.VnevK-ve Ciiiiiily , In ili-i-l ligi.k 1.1 neei
271, cimyeil In Kitwinl A.lliz'c in t ii.t-e,
all kcr rlulil, Mile, Interest ami i Unto in ni il m
tlie lnllowliiicilfHi ritiiil rnil rxiulH Minute, It.
Inn ami lii lni: In li e dimly ul' stu, time
vieve. Mosul Mlnmn.ri. In.trll ;
llultml Slutu Snrvy 'nmbrcil (71) ei.ty.
one, in III" llli: Cmimmii fklil ul t. Hrnc-iit-ttt
It iimlcil north liy laiul ul .Max Hurler,
nil the m. mil liy luml if the rUnte m Hi, .),
11) rue, on the catl liy Mill Creek ami on Hie
weet liy thn liluflTit. tnl lielnt; the khimi mil
eIHl einveyeil liy Fraiii'l Diimn anil wife in
llnlillale V lleauta n III' tteeil 1UI11I llm loth
rlny nf llreeuiliei, I8i7. ninl tcconleil In llm
ste, Ueuevlevi! 1,'oumv l.nn.1 Iteconla in I. ami
llii ik :" pngeii 241 linil 145, ami ilevlKcil liy
Ihr auiil UaiiitH V leiini in Jlurle 1 1 it
Tills. CmilalnluK luent) hIx urru nmt lliiuj
Ihrce hiinilreilllia nT'iti ui'lu
VS tiii'li milil n mvrynni'H hh inailc In luml tn I
urn tin li'ii milil ul n rt'iialn iiriniiii-ni v
mint lii imI'I ilt i-U (IchtIIi.iI. mill VfiiiiD.it. .uli'l
null, tina liroomp iIiih hiiiI ri'liinlim uupnlil, uinj
wln'rca, Mailt I'.'hviinl A Itnilcr, lrntip. Int.
ivliwril, in writing. In nil III"' iiiiii'ily livi
ileum lieil llii'ii'lm p, Iij-dm ti'nn. of aiilil ilH'M
il tiul, the iluiliv nrnaltl Iriialruhittiiilnviilvt'il
ilium niH, ill.-sliri HI hi Me. l.i iif vii'vx i.'niiiitv.
Mini. mi I,
Nnu-.tliHref irx, In nrrnnluiKf w Uh llm pr .via.
Iiiim in hi hi iIm.iI oi hum, mill in tint ii"jiimt of
ilia lt'Kl li'ililt-r of iili noni, I will inui'unt tn
.HI lib. Illllll'li llllHI'l'lllll II ill ll.lnl nt llm I ..III,
! iiuKi.i r in ih oiiy m -it., (.nievhr in um
tiillilKnl Hit OPlifvlvvn, Mlllll llliillbnlil. Ill
the lllhcnt I'l'Mi-
ul imlilin itiii'lliin lor rush,
Wednesday, .Juno L'Krd, lilOl),
lictwren llm liniic nt iilim ii'i'lni-k In the lute
iiikiii mnl live n't'li.i'k in lh .11 li'inm.ii ..t that'
May In mtNly nlil nmn ! rr'M ln-r ivllh thn
null lili liil li:.c ul I'Vei'llllHU llllt iru-i
UI'tM 5 II, NntA1K.ll N,
Ueiivvleve Count ninl iii'IIiir
Mrs. Mnrgnrct Scott of Madison, III.,
Is visiting lhr MKtcr.Mr. .Iiuio Siinino. j
Dr. ('. Siiupxoii of iVrryvlllo visited
Kviuixtf Itiirkt'i't mid fitnuly WetluoH
tlay. Mis Slclln Simon npi-tit Sntunlny
nnd Sunday with friend in' Ciipc Oh'-
tcptv.iut:itivc l'fti-r II. Huek ar
rived liotnti from .Ii'ITorson City Snlur
George Hiiutiimin, deputy county
clerk, sjiunt several days of this week
in St. Louis.
Miss Louise Hurgert arrived hern
from Chester, III., last week to visit
Vincent Bayer of St. Louis visited
his couiii,.losop!i Under, iu Ste. Gene
vieve this week.
Mrs. Nettie Hrenuemmm and sou
Carl are spending this week with rela
tives in St. Louis.
Louis Guiboiird attended the funeral
of Louis K. Donahue in St. Louis
Atttoi uey Knlph Spvigg of Chester
and Tom ('(inner of I'niirie du Roeher
visited Ste. Genevieve Sunday.
Theodore Ziegler and wife and sou
Robert, of St. Louis, wore the guosta
of relatives in Ste. Genevieve Sunday.
Miss Lulu Douglas spent Monday
and Tuesday in St. Louis purchasing
new hats for the Vogt Millinery Store.
.Miss Coriuue Ziuglcr left for St.
Louis Monday morning to visit her
brother. Joseph 0. Ziegler and family.
Miss Katherino Lawrence of St.
Louis is spending this week in Ste.
Genevieve, visiting relatives and
Mrs. Sam liond aud sons Arthur
and Sam, of Perryville, visited Ed. Ho
verio and family Wednesday and
Itoy Harrelson of Louisiana, Mo.,
spent several days of this week in Ste.
Genevieve, the guest f Miss Eliza
Mrs. Mury A. Hinehnrt null daugh
ter Miss Barbara. t ho lme been vis
iting relatives in Ste. GcHovievu, re
turned to their home iu St. Louis Mon
Miss Blanche Hoedor who has been
visiting her cousin, Miss Edith Hcrticli,
left for her home in St. Louis Sun
day evening. She was accompanied
by Miss Edith.
George Leavouworth of Greenville,
Miss., is spending this week iu Ste.
Genevieve, tho guest of his aunts,
Misses Amanda nnd Emma Cimdwell,
and sister Miss Mattie.
H. L. Rozicr and wife and daugh
ter Miss Maude, Attorney C. J. Stan
ton, W. W. Wilder and Frank liozier
wero passuiiKers on the Frisco for St.
Louis Wodnesduy morning.
If It Hurts, Don't Pay.
Do not hesitate to visit a dentist
when your teeth need attention.
Tho dread is worse than tho pain.
Remember that there is no feature
about the human face that adds so
very much to its attractiveness as a!
beautiful and well preserved set of
teeth, for it builds out tho face to
its natural contour and transforms
tho expression into a beautiful and
attractive one that would otherwise
If you don't see your reasons for
going to Dit. Popp, take this ad
vice and do not neglect your teeth
but call on some dentist and have
him save you trouble nnd pain later
When you buy it
at Rozier's you will
find you have saved
Last Wednesday evening Miss
Elizabeth Sexnuor gave a linen
shower at her home in honor of
Miss Freda Banm who is to be
married in June. Tho party was a
complete surprise to Miss Haum.
Decorations for tho oecasion were
very elaborate and handsomely ar
rayed, and the various pieces of
linen presented by tho guests were
suspended from lines strung across
and around the room, clothes pins
being used to fasten tho pieces on
the lines. This unique method of
presenting the linen to the bride-to-be
is something now and won
for Miss Sexaucr ninny compliments
for her clover skill in so arranging
the display. Cards and other
amusenieiits appropriate for tho oc
casion wero indulged in, after
which ieo cream with proper ac
companiments was served and do
elnred delicious by tho happy an'
well entertained asFcmblage.
Save your rii.stor
tickets, they arc valu
able, premiums belter
than over at Rozier's.
Ittith Ste. (Jeiii'vleve I'liihs nt St.
Jlnrj'n--Seniors Kail Victim to.
tliiiiilnii-.liiiii(ir, by (fund,
1'imt Hall Playing Break
lloiiiloo anil Win.
Manager Ilerbslreith's bnncli was
defeated Inst Sunday by a M-ore of ID
to M at St. Mary's by the Tiger.
While all the boys did some good plny
Inir, they also did some rotten playing,
and up to the 7th inning things looked
very unpleasant to the Black Diamonds
but at this juncture of the game, with
the score 1 1 to .'! in favor of the Tigers,
the Diamonds got to work with Urn
stick and hammered in 7 runs. Of
eoiirse, St. Mary's was also at work
and didn't allow nny zero mnrks to
disfigure their portion of the 'score
board, nnd when tho ninth rolled
around it found the Diamonds with IU
runs while St. Mary's had acquired
14. The pitching for the Diamonds
was done by Siebert and Walker.
Next game at the Ste. Genevieve park
There is also a redeeming fact to re
late about, this baseball procedure in
St. Mary's last Sunday, and iu relat
ing same we make it known that there
exists one baseball aggregation under
the management of Ed. Siebert, and
composed of the juvenile talent of tli.s
city who did tho very charitable nut
of breaking that inevitable "hoodoo"
that has heretofore been a prominent
factor in previous defeats of Ste. Gen
uviuve at St. Mary's.
Yes, indeed, the .tumors hit that
"hoodoo" a terrific blow and des
troyed it when they won from the St.
Mary's Juniors by a score of It! to ly.
The boys, although very young, did
play some fast baseball and greatly
pleased their manager. Henry Hosier
tlid the twirling, and well did he d it.
so well that 8 strikeouts were register
ed for him. Jack Itaemer behind tkn
plate had the big mit always ready.
I'rancis Ernst on 1st was always lirsl
(to hit or get the ball). Eugene Jo
kurst on 2nd is fast stuff. Hichard
Klein on Itrd and Eugene Vaelh o:i
short have that piece of ten;itority
completely blocked and nothing evor
gets through, aud in the field wo have
F. Busier left, Jos. Actiff center, and
Geo. Colmer right, three smooth lly
traps, while on tho bench alwayR ready
to be called into the fray sits Ed. Ful
ler!. Two homo runs were knocked,
one by AcufT nnd tho othor by Kozicr.
Next gnmo with Coopertown at the
park next Sunday.
An Enviable Record.
Attorney Hrnerul Majors nnd Ills
Assistants Uriel and Submit. (Great
est Number of Cases in His
tory of tlie Court.
Attorney General Major and his ay
Hiatunts, at tho first term of court afttr
taking charge of the legal work of the
state, have established a new and en
In Division No. 2 of tho Supreme
Court, which hears all criminal cases,
it was announced in open court that
"owing to tho unprecedented condi
tion of tho criminal dockot," nil civil
eases set for dates later than the
seventh day of the form would have to
be continued until next term of court.
Tho "unprecedented condition of the
crirainnl dockot" to which tho court
referred is the result of tho fact that
Attorney General Major and bis ac
sistnuts have briefed and submitted
over forty criminal cases at this term
and secured the dismissals of appeals
in many others.
For tho first time in scvorul years
tho court is not obliged to wait for tho
state's briefs or the correction of rec
ords but may proceed nt onco with tho
preparation of opinions in all state
cases on tho docket.
The number of cases briefed and
submitted was the greatest in tho his
tory of the court.
A numbor of tho cases on the pres
ent docket had been continued from
tho last term hold during Iladloy's ad
ministration as attorney gciinr.il.
This unusual result has been the oeca
sion of hearty congratulations to tho
legal department. No longer is this
important department a mere bureau
of publicity, but is now a working law
ofHim. doiVorson City Daily Ttitnino.
Full liiie of Men's
new Neekwear just
received at .Jokerst
Yealy Mere. Co.
Th Coiiutj Sill vw nr ul StH.
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nil Niirvcjiug mi hliort iiotieo
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'll I'linn Fiiiuli .Mnniluy In Wetnlcr
iiln'l'ria . CiihI MouiIiiv In Aley,
iiiinmer 'I linn , Jlninln In Antrim,
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