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PRODUCE MARKET REl'ORT
Colli , ,
Hay , no
Clover Ssl H
Slockpeas . ....v..,tU,
Flour (null) lWi..uuil
Navy Brans, .
Ontun BoU... ,,Ui'i. ......
Irish Potatoes.., ..(old ).
Swe'tt Potatoes . ('..'
Green Applrs pf tJhI
Dried Applet, lb..i',
Orreu Prachts, l..kM. .......
Dried Peaches, lb
tiimiitera , ., .
' l.rccsi Hides
Ury Hint Hides
Sail per Imrrol
Wool Nil I ,
Tub Washed So. 1
" jo. 2
FOR SALE: Four room house,
i block from depot'. Apply here.
The Gos Kami containing 219
acres about 3 miles from Ste.
Genevieve on thu Frederiektown
road. Apply to
Mrs. MAitr Goss.
Wheat .95 per bushel.
Crystal City and Sikestou
their annual fair's this week.
St. Louis Dairy Co's. guaranteed
Ice Cream. Best by every test at
Lanning's Drug Store.
Read Fit.kam's Big Fall Open
ing Sale advertisement in this is
sue. Millers Ice Cream at
FOR SALE: A horse in it's
third year. Joseph N. Simon.
nidge Peter H. Huck held a
special term of court at Farming
ton this week.
For Sale: 2 full-blooded Berk
shire golds, nine months old. Ap
ply at this office.
The Ste. Genevieve Riversides
will go to Chester Simday to play
the bull team at-thtit,-place.; -
A large force of men were put
to work in the government quarry
at Weber's this weeli.
The game between the River
sides Jr's. and Burbon last Sunday
wound up in au undecided
Attend, the Woodmen dance on
Tuesday night Sept. 24, at Wood
men Hall, if you aie looking for a
Fountain Soda, ice
Lanning's Drug Store.
Morris Welsh, died at the Coun
ty farm in this city and wag buried
Friday, Sept.. 13, ut the age 71
years, 3 months and 3 days.
groceries at selling
out prices at Rozier's.
Win. C. Baker, of Dauby, and
Sarah MeDouell, of Plattin, were
married in this city Wednesday,
Sept. 18, by Judge Frank J, Huck.
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I' rank Ilerzog advertises the last
open air dance of the i season at his
park m North Ste Genevieve for
Saturday nighty September 21st.
The St. Fair will open on lues-
nay, .sopt, nun conunuo mini
Sept. 28. .Special reduced rates on
the Frisco will
be offered during
Millers Ice Cream nt
1 " EActtiR Bakeuv.
103 fine steers belonging to E.
E. Swrtik of Fnrniington were
driven through this city Thursday
afternoon enroute to the Cotton
woods south of this city.
Wanted to Trade. A good
tcsidence and business property in
Salina, Katis., for timber or wild
luud. near a Mississippi river
KOUNS, Saliim, Kans.
Prices on Clothing
, i ,i iiiiu insoei-'i' win uiAi-uiiiu nun ui
cut deeper than ever(Fnll Milium.y and ()thep uotion8
during OUr clOSl Ilg-! Al our visitors will be heated with
Ollt Sale. courtesy.
Roiiier's Cash Store.
The Modern Woodmen will givci
n diiiu-o nt thuir hull in this oily
.... .n i .... m.i i
oil J IICMlil lllLMll, Ol'lH. -till,
Everybody invited to attend. Ad
Rozier's are still
paying the highest
market-price for pro
duce in cash.
t VV. P. King, of this city, ft
brakeinan on the Illinois Southern,
severely injured his knee while
jumping off u moving height train
neur Millers .Switch two weeks ago.
1 nm prepared to give my cus
tomers the best service, a high
class grade of wines, cigars, and
the best and eheepest grades of
whiskey. Bottle and keg beer.
The death of Ellon, the 8-month
old child of Mr. mid Mrs. James
Thomure oceured in Festus, Sun
day, Sept. 15. The great, grand
mother, Mrs. Barbara Okenfuss,
and grnndrOiifBenny, oi this . city
attended the funeral Monday.
I havo returned to Ste. Gene
vieve where I hope to remain the
remainder of my life? I am located
in the Rozier Building opposite
Fitzkam's barber shop on Market
street. I am prepared to repair
watches, clocks and sowing ma
chines. I come asking a part of
F. W. GEEK.
The tracks of the Saline Valley
railroad are laid to Farmingtou,
nnd Tuesday, September 10, an
excursion trainlond of passengers
was run to thut placo from Perry
ville. It will not. bo long before
a train schedule is arranged nnd
regular truffle begun.
Millers Ice Cream at
Dunker's studio is
now located on second
floor of the building
formerly occupied by
the Hinch & Douglass
Construction work has begun on
a new railroad from Bismarck, Mo.
to Bunker, a distance of 52 miles
More than 20,000 people aie reach
ed by this line, and it will be their
only means of transportation. It
will be a steam and motor .stand
ard guage road.
Why not pick up
some of these good
bargains while they
Rozier's Cash Store.
Notice to the Public.
Don't forget the last Open-Air
Dance at Herzo's Park Saturday
night, September 21st. Every
Thomas Lang, one of the oldest
nnd best known citizenH ot St
Francois county, died at bin home
in Farmingtou at two u'clocl
Wednesday morning, Sept. 11
aged 76 years, 9 months and 10
days. The funeral took place at
10 o'clock Friday morning,
18, ut the Outholio church,
Mrs. Willis Meyer.of Frederick
town, a sister of Mrs.
W. B. Cole, of this city, died at
her home in Fredoricktown Friday
evening from Iodine poisoning.
Mrs. Meyer, who had been sick and
was taking medicine, took a dose
from a bottle of iodine which she
inifitook tor tll0 hotte tjmt cotnill.
e(, thu IllD(ii(.jn08l,0imd been using,
The ,ie(;ettReii Was 23 years old and
, it! survjve(1 by a husimn(i iXW threo
small children. Mrs, Cole and son
:.); ,.on.i..,i tt.n f.mr.i
AutoiiK! Deloria, PostinaMtcr nt
.(union, Mich., knows thu exact
facts when he (-peaks of. the cura
tive value of Foley Kidney PillH.
He says: 'From inv own oxjte
lience I recommend Foley Kittn.y
Pills, as a great remedy for-kidney
trouble. M.y father was
cured of kidney disease and n
good uiiiiiy of my neighbors were
cured by Foley" Kidney Pills.''
Soltl by A. G. Meyer. ttdv
J vist Received a
And inVite the public to call
.1 ! , K I!
it ..: .-. -k
i Democratic Committee and
I C r.iiili.l nl VTl.f-l Iflll
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!e,,,l'KH 1 '
Democratic t'ominttteo ami iiIhii
the Democratic Candidates at the
Court House in this city Saturday,
Sept, 21. Everybody is given a
coidial invitation to attend.
Mnrriogo license was issued in
this city to Felix A. Jokerst of
Weingarten nnd .Mary E. Iluber,
of Weingarten. on Sept. 13; to
William Sickman of Kinsey, and
Louise S. llogentniller of Sprott,
Sept. 14; to August A Huber, of
Festus. nnd Annie G. Vnlle, of
Ste. Genevieve, on Sept.. 14th.
We are selling
Rozier's Cash Store.
Wo urgoovery Democrat who
can possiby get to the Court House
on .Saturday September 21st to
be present at the Democratic
Meeting. It is for the welfare of;
the party und should interest,
every Democrat who is desirous
of putting tin' Democratic Party in
power next" November. The eau- the Cartwright. liolno, from Sucre
didates who aie aspiring to ofllco inento, California, attended the
will find it to their benefit to
tend this meeting. If we wish to
bo victorious in the fall wo must,
get. together und hustle. ;
Hi WMik OFIIIIi BAM
f Wednesday, Sept. 25
In this sale we are going to otter you some of the
biggest bargains we have ever put before you and
know that you will be well satisfied.
All Calico will sell at
Apron Gingham reg
Dress giiigham reg price 12, will sell at L
1 lot dress gingham, bettor quality, worth 15, will soil at
1 lot silk gingham worth 35, will sell at
10-4 un-bleaclied sheeting worth 35, will sell nt
9- 4 bleached sheeting worth 35, will sell at
10- 4 bleached sheeting worth 40, will sell nt
1 lot fancy ligured satine woith 15, will sell at
1 lot fancy waist, goods in Ecru worth 35, will sell at
1 lot figured silkutee.n drapery wnrth 15, will sell at
Heuvy flannette worth 12a, will sell at :
Light weight llannelette worth 7, will sell at
Cotton flannel worth 15, will sell at
Cotton toweling worth 10, will sell at
1 lot blue table cloth worth 50, will sell at
(Ladies woolen dress goods worth (!0, Avill sell at
Ladies white shirt waists will seli at
Ladies black underskirts worth $1.50, will sell at
1 lot ladies heavy shoes worth $2,00, will sell nt
l lot. indies uress snoes worm j.ou, will sell at
Mens dress shoes worth 3.;0. will sell at.
1 lot. childrens low shoes worth $1.50, will sell at.
Boys heavy school hose worth 25, will sell ut
Mens cotton gloves worth 10. will sell at
Mens white Hdks worth 10. will sell at j
Boys suits worth 5.00, will sell at
Boys school pants worth GO, will sell at .
Boys long pants worth 1.75, will sell at.-
Mens Corduroy pants
Mens Suits in Success Brand" worth $18 to $'J0, will
Mens suspenders worth 50, will sell at
Mens Neckties worth 25, will sell at
School tablets worth 5, will sell at ...
A big lot of granite ware worth 35, will sell at
1 lot Gillette stylo Razors worth $5.00, will sell at
A force of forty men are now
engaged in building a switch
from the Illinois Southern main
track to the Cornwall Copper
Mines. The switch will tap the
I. S, at a point between Zell and
New Offenhurg. It is reported
that work will begin at the mines
on a largo scale in the near .fu
ture. Itobt. Hunt, a conductor on Ill
inois Southern was seriously in
jured early Tuesday morning, when
lie was di jigged off of a box car by
an electric wire which was hnnging
across the truck at; Flat Itiver. The
train was passing over a tressel
nt the National Mines when the
accident oceured nnd Hunt was
thrown about 50 feet to the ground
below. When picked up by train
crew, Hunt whs unconscious mid
found to he injured internally. He
was brought to h hospital in Flat
Kiver. Hunt, with his wife and
little girl reside at the Meyer Ho
tel in this city. Mrs. Hunt was
tnken tq the '."jsidtt of her injured
huplmnil on a special train soon,
after tbo accident oeeumL
We still have a
good lines of Shoes
left. Priqes lowertban
' Rozier's Oath Store.
To the wife of .). W. Singer,
(formerly Miss Justine LuKose. of
this city) of Bonne Tone, on Sun
day Seflt .15, a boy.
The marriago of Miss M. Ger
trude Cattwright, of Nashville,
Tenn., and Geo. G. Baiimgarlner,
of Ste. Geiiovievo, oceured at. the
Grace Evangelical church in Nash
ville, Tent)., Snnday, September
15, at 8 p. in.
George Bauingartiier, is the son
of John Baunigartner, of this city,
and having spent inot of his life
among our citizens is well and fav
The bride is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J nines Carlwright
the last deeondants of Preacher
Peter Cartwright, of North Caro
A lunch was served at the old
Cartwright. homestead. The young
couple are spending a two weeks
.honeymoon in the i.ast,. After
their ret urn the couple will reside
on Bartmcr avenue in St Louis
the present location of the groom,
Miss Mable Hamilton, a cousin
of the Oride's, who was visiting
at-Icon pie as Maid of Honor. Airs.
Geo. Simmons, of Sacremento, a
companion of Miss Hamilton's was
ONE DAY ONLY
price 10, will 'ioll at
worth 3.00, will sell at
The Hessian Fly
Uy Setli Btthfock, Department of
Agriuulturo (Jiipii Oiranlcuu Statu
No wluat raising country if free
from the tly nntl bocnuso Southeast
Missouri HiitTori'd .but little from the
pest during the pnst Ronton duns not
nKsnrti us that wo will not have trouble
in thn future. .Since nnture, liy un
favorable weather conditions, is Ihh.
oiling th effect of thu tly, we should
double our efforts to control tlio pest.
Man wimps a loosing warfare iiu'uinst
nil insect posts when oouilitious are fa
vorable for tlipir growth nnd develop
ment. The most effective time to
strike is whuti Choir own parasites
have t ho m down ; tliou the (.id wo
give is of mont value.
Tho one effective wny of flghtiiur
Bessinu Fly is by lain sowing. All
the nduU Hies perish with the first
trost, the pupa or flaxseed stiiue hoing
the only way the iiiseot una puss tho
winter. It imtiirully follows that if oil
vohmtenr wheat is killml and no whunt
is up before . frost has gotten rid of
tho ailnllhmidu lliesv our. wheat will
bo freo froof lly. 1'rullng
delayed until the urst or second week
, , ' i , u.i
Irt Oct0.bfir, or vuu later iMut) weather
The, Uy travels readily fromoiio fluid
to another and one early own held iu
Mrs. Sophia Friedman, died at
the home oi her sou William, on
the Little Saline, Monday after
noon, Sept. 1(1, with dropsy ot the
periiiaidium, at the age of 71 years
3 mouths and 27 days.
Mrs. Friedman was born in Ba
den, Germany, and came to Ameri
ca with her parents when about
six mouth old.
She was the widow of John Fried
man, who died many years ago and
is survived by 8 children and 25
grand child ton.
The funeral was held at the
Ozora Catholic church on Tuesday,
and the remains wore buried in thu
Henry William Gegg, son of
Fritz Gegg, died last Snnday at his
home near River mix Vasos. with
Tuberculoses, at the nge of 28
The funeral oceured Monday,
Sept. 1G from the Catholic church
Mrs. A. O. Babb, of t'nis city,
who resides with her daughter
Mrs. T B. Straiighan on the St.
Mary road, celebrated her 85th
birthday hist Sunday Sept, 15th.
A dinner was served and the event
was made a most enjoyable oc
casion. Airs. Joscphino Edwards
and Mrs. Thomas Cunninghan, of
near Farmingtou attended the cele
( Slots pair
1 Slots each
a nriirliboi liood is enough to infect nil
the siirroundiiu.' fields. Wheat rais
is n community affair. Wo tiro de
pendant on our neighbor's help in har
vesting unit threshing. If we are tho
only one towing early we should heed
our neighbor's request and sow later.
This campaign for late sowing must
not be tnken to nmau hNo Into prepar
ation of seed bed. The seed bed
should bn tiretmrnil eni-lp un II. ..t il,.. I
soil will liave united with the sub-soil
anil if tinsh or mnniiro has been
turned, it will be well settled nnd will
not iateroferc with thn rise of snpil
hiry water. The longer tho time be
tween preparation of ground nnd seed
ing the linger tho ninotmt of plntit
food that will be available nnd the
more vigorous and honltby will bo our
young wheat plant.
Notice for Bids.
Notice la hereby ulveu that tho City of Hte.
Oenevleve In the State of Mlaaourl, will re
ceive aealed bid for tho conatrnctlon of a
grnultold aidewnlk ami curblnic to be laid on
the present anrfnee irrade of Merchant Htr.
between Maiu and Front Streeta alouir the
north line oi block No. i of thla city. In ac
cordance with tho plana and specifications
on (lie In thu oitlce of the City Cloik,
Raeh bid ahull be uacorapanl d bv a bond
or twu.tw to the City of Hto. Oenevlevo, alien
ed by the bidder and at leaat one reaponalble
aaeiirlty, conditioned lhat the blddor, If hla
bid be accented, ahalt enter Into u u'rittrn
contract to do the work bid for, accorditiK to
the terms ot hi i bid. at such time u "he
Street Commissioner may require.
ui.U to be sealed and delivered Into the
j hands of tho City Olork not latter than 2 i.
' m Saturday. September 21, 1912.
tty01$eJt tawme,uimM f ,he
j wm, P. u'uck, city Clerk,
Order of Publication.
Kriwaril II. l,nti hiu! "l
(. lirlnuiiilu-r M.i'tKick
No. UM. Action
mill William Juticn
Now at this day comi' the I'Ulntlflu, by
their sttorncy. anil tile tiiclr petition nuil
uitlflnvll. nllrL.tnir Atmuiir otllAr thltllfM ttlAt
1r.ii.lnnln Jn.iinhlim rthnrlock nnd Wllllmn
Jotit'n, are non.reiiltlentn uf the HUte (it M W-
U.'her..iltw.n tl la Iin1nrf.it hr the ClprK of
thin Court In vnoiitloD.thnt dnlil itefi-nilnntH
li, mitltlril liv publication that plolntirtn lnm
commeiicetl n foilt nuntniit them In thin
UouH this object anil Kinnrul nature ot which
I to uorrei't n ilevil of truat und tfiialcfl"
ilui-d.nnd nlao to iiulet the title to thoNoith-
eaat (jiiartcr oi ino nouiuweai ijuanrr nun
piirtof the Norlhwoat iiuarterof the Mouth
weat iiuarter of Section 34 Townahlp .17
Itanite H llaat, contulnlni; 87X.1 ucrea, anil
that unloan aalil defendauta lie and appenr nt
thl Court, at tho unit term thereof, to bo
tieiron and hidden at the Court Houae In the
City of ste. Oenevleve, anld County on the
Mill day ol Octobur nevt. and on or before
tin" llrat dny of auld torm, or bclore the laat
day of anlil term atuworor Ulead to the pe
tition In aald cauae, the aauie will be taken
na confeaaed, and JudKroient v 111 be render
And It la furthered ordered that a copy
hereof be liubllahed, accordluif to law, In
the faik play a uewauaiier publlahed In itld
County of Ste. Oeiievleru. for four vioeka
uccealely. publlahed at leaat once a week,
the Inat luaertlon to bent leaat thirty rtuytt
belore the first dav of auld next October
Term, 191'i.ot thl Court. Done In vacation
AUk'Uat 29, 1912.
WM.P. HUCK, Clerk.
A true copy of the record.
Wltnesa my hand mid the anal of
:Si;ai,. the Circuit Court or Hte. Oene-
vleve, County. Mlaaourl, thla IKth
day of AUKUat 11)12.
W. I'. HUCK. Circuit Clerk.
AllKUat SI, 1912
Order of Publication.
STATU OK MI8SO0111. ' ..
Couuty of Ste, OencvtoTO I
John Moore HtitledKe, 1'lalntlfl va I No. 823.
I'enrl Uoanu itutledue, Defendant I Act I o n
for divorce. Order of Publication.
Kim' nt thla il.iv eoiuea the Plaintiff In the
above untitled ciiuir. before the unduralk'n-
ed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hte. none-
vlcvn county Mo., in vacation, and niea nia
petition and affidavit. ulleifliiir aniouir other
thlnira tnat tne tietenunni la a uou-rcanicni
ot thn state uf Mlaaourl. and that the ordin
ary proceaa of law cannot be served on her.
Itlalhereforoorilereilbyme.ua clerk aa
aforeaaid.ln vacation, that publication bu
made, liotlfylnv: aalil iKirendant that an net'
Inn haa been commenced aicalnat her by lie
tltlmi In the Circuit Court of Ste. Oenevlevo
County, Missouri, the nature and object of
tvnicn action i.h in ouiain a decree oi 01-
vorce from the bonda of matrimony eilat
Inir between the plaintiff nnd defendant up
on the Krouml that the defendant haa ab
aented heraelf without teaaonablo cause for
tho apace of one whole year previous to the
IlllUKor aalil petition, and unieaa ane lie ana
appearut the next term ot tbla Court to be
beitun anil holilen at the Court Ilouao lu the
City ot Ste. Genevieve In aald County on the
Fourth Monday of October next, to-wlt: on
thu 28th day of October 1912, and on or before
the llrat dny of said term, anawer or plead to
the aald petition the same will be tnken ita
cnnfoaaodandJudKcruent will be rendered
And It la further ordered that a copy here
of bupubllahed oneo a week In the I'm it
Play n newspaper published and printed In
the County of Ste. (leiievlevo, dtnte of Mla
aourl, for four weeka aucceaalvely the laal
laaertlon to be nt leaat thirty daya before
the commencement of the aald term of
niven under my hand tbla 28th day of Au
WM. r.TlUCK, Clerk.
A true copy of record.
In Teatlmony whereof, I have
:Scal: hereunto aet my hand nnd nlflxod
theaealof the Circuit Court, at
my ofHce in Ste. Ocnevleve, Mo., thla 2Stti
lay of AURUat, 1912.
WM. H. HUCK.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
A u cast 31,1912
WIIKIiKAS.IIarth Bauman and Oalbinn Il.ui
mnn, his wife, by their certain deed of trust,
dated the 2nd day of February, lll, be
ing recorded In tho Ilecorder'a office of Hte.
Genevieve County, Mlaaourl, In Book 70, at
paire 217, conveyed to Peter H.Iiuck, na
trustee the following described real eatate
altuate, lylnir and bolni; In the County of
Hte. Oenevlevo and Htate of Missouri, towlt :
All that part of the 8. K. 1-4 of Bee. 13. Twp.
37. N. Itnir. 1 K. aurveyedaa followaiMecln at
a point on tho H. aide ot the ao-called Plank
Iload, 8. 9. lOcha. diatnnt from the N. K. cor
ner of aalil S. E. 1-4 S. E. 1-4 Bee. 13, Twif. 37,
N. Knir. 7 E. aet a rrlok for corner from which
nnhifk Jack Gin. bears 8. 29 Doe. E. 29 1-2
links dlatant, and a Black oak beara 8. 7.1
Dei;, w. il links mat; tnence alnnir aalil
Plank road N. R2 Dee. W. 3.18 chs. to a rook
for corner: thence S. 3.16 chs. to a rock for
corner; thence 8.82 Detr. E. 3. It) chs. to u
rock tor corner; tnencu N. 3.16 cna. to tne be
irlunlnir corner, enntnlnlnir one acre, anuie
land conveyed to Philip Staal by Anton Woller
et nl., by deed and recorded In Hook 27,Pai;o
a. or inn iteeoni or ste. ocnrnTieve coun
ty. Mo. Also ull that part of H. W. 1-4 of Hec
IS. Two. 37. N. It. R. E. aurvo.vedaa follows
IleRln at the N. E. corner of the oue ncro
above described, which said acre la a part ot
the 8. E. 1-4 of 8. E. 1-4 Hec. 13, Twp. 37. N.
Hto;. 7, E. lylnir on the B. aide of Plank road,
where the flnir. Ilia between Raniron 7 and 8.
cross the Plank road; thence running 3.83
Dog. rl, 1 cn. and 14 Ika. to ft corner; Ihenco
8. 12 deir. W. 3.1(1 ch. to a corner; thence N.
82 ilex. W. to the range Hue 47 Iks., that bu-
ingtne K. corner or tho arorosaui one
acre tract; thence N. With the Hug. Hue 3.10
eh. to the beginning Cor, contalnlnc about
25-lou or nn acre. And la the same land eon
veyed to Jacob Hurka by Frederick Tbea
lore Hermann and Hnnhta I.uelntla Her
man Ilia wife by deed dated April 12th, 1894
anil recorded in Land Kecord hook 4S, page
Which aald conveyance was made In trust
to accure the payment of one Promissory
note In anld trust deed described: aud
whereas, by the terma of aald deed of trust
aald note Is past due and remains unpaid:
and whereas, peter II. Huck, thu trustee
named In aald deed of trust, haa refused to
act in carrying out the provisions lu aalil
deed, delegated to him ua such trustee, anil
under tnu provisions or aunt need, as pro
vide! for. of the refusal of the trustee there
in named to net, the (then) acting eberltT of
ste. ileuevleve Countr, Mlaaourl, nt thn re
ijucst of the legal holder of aald note may
proceed lo sell the property herein before
Now, therefore at the reipieat of the legal
holder of aald note, and In purauanco of tho
provlaloua of said deed of trust, thn under
algued Sheriff of Ste. Oenevleve Couuty,
Mlaaourl, as truateo, will on
Saturday, October 5th, 1SU2,
between the hours of nine o'clock In tho
forenoon and live o'clock In the afternoon oi
that day, at the front door uf tho court houao
in me sain laiy or Hto. uenoviovn, aald "in,
Genevieve County, Missouri, sell nt publlo
auction to the highest bidder for cash, thu
nbove described real estate to satisfy s.'lld
note und costs of exocntlng this trust.
THOMAS B, BTBAUGHAN Sheriff.
Sept, 11, 1912,
FU18C0 TINE UABU.
No, Memphis Ks pirns leave St. I.onis
H:i. in , lrata Ste, Urne-ilevttll'l.l p in
in rlvei Cnie Itlrsrdesti l;:U a m
No, Mil Uaiwplil I'sadeUKer lenvea S, I.auls
7:IUa in. leaie ste. Ilenevlcvn 10:0m a, ni..
arrives Capn lilrardeou 12t. u, m.
No, KiS lenps St. I.oula :W p. in , arrives
Sic (lenevlev Sill' p. iu, rrlvts Ca.e lllrar
dean I0:.'i0 p, m,
Nn s(Hl St, l.nult Kxprrss leaves Cape (llrar
denu3UUa. m , lii.vis Ste. Gruevlne A;I9 a,
in. , unites st, Liiis 7:2An. in,
No H'.i leana Cape GiratiHiiu 4:32 n. III,,
leaves .ste lleaeileve 7il9 hr in., arrhes St,
lmls ;0:t ii. m.
No WiU, I mil. .icoje(.le;iM'S Cape JI r
nrilenn .'liOAp, m , levve. ste, llonevlevj A.ltp,
111, sliUi s St. Umlh Sl.lA y, in,
No 101 leaves Ste, Cenoikte 12. Is p. m ,
,ll 12.31 p, rn,, WrlnKarlrallt.41 p in .Sj i.'tt
I.IJp. lu,, fKrinlngioii Jimrllon I 2i p. ri ,
Kallierl.30 p in., Flat Hlvec 1.33 p.m., Klvlus,
1-4 1 p ni . sirit Ill.muieW J.i) u in.
Nn, 101 leave lllaiiinrrk '4,43 p. in , Klvlns
S.oo p ni , r'lst Itivrr.l.OiiD. ro , KnOier 3ili p,
in , FariiilliKtiin.Iilinl)lii S-2 p. Ml,, Spruit,
J,XIi in , Welimurleu 3.41 p, in,, 4ll 4.VD p.
Hi., srilres Hie, tJtnrtU.l thu, in
FALL TERM BEGINS
mm, 5EPIE1QES 2nd
Theoretical Conrsps in
Music itioliitlitig Hiiriiitmy
Mini Strict Coiiiitcrioitit will
Herbert Siebert was a St. Louis)
visitor this week.
Miss Lena Holfmui; lot Mon
day inorniug for St. LouU.
Mrs. Dr. G. M. Uutletlgo spent
pin t of this week iii St. Louis.
Elbert Konwick spent last Sun
day with relatives in Porryville.
Koine Seinins of Perry villo
visited friends in this city Tues
day. Ei iitwt Langhardt visited rela
tives and friends in St. Limu lust
D. S. Minikin and family vis
ited relatives in St. Louis this
E. D. Vogt ami wife are visit
ing relatives ut (Jomiiicrcu this
Joseph llauck and wife at
tended the Fair at Crystal Citv
Walter Thoimiro ff St. Louis
spent Sunday with his parents, in
Eugene Siebert of Eiiriningtoti
visited his parent- in Ste. Gene
vieve this week.
Eugene Ritrch nnd wife of
Modoc were Hto. Goncvicvo visi
.1. W. Ellis and daughter Mr
Joseph Bntidgoru spout Thurs
day in St. Louis.
Elmer Davis left this week for
n two weeks visit to his old limm
at Richland, Mo.
Attorney E. A. Hxzier of Knrm-
ingtou spent several hours in Ste.
Amadeo Drury left. Thursiluv
morning for visit to Crystal
City and St. Loins.
C. C Undorwomlof Caritthevti -ville
made a business trip to Stu.
Miss Lena Kern nntl brother
Erancis are visiting rclativer, in
Fcatus and St. Loui-i.
Mrs. Henry G. Ktdim was a
passenger on tho Frisco for St.
Louis Thursday morning.
Mrs. Edward Scha'af of St.
Mary's spent Monday in our city
visiting her mother ami sifter.
J. W. Ellis and little daughter
Lois and Margaret Lovelace wore
Cape Girardeau visitors List Sun
day. .?. B. Geer ami wife of Spring
fiuld, 111., were in Ste. Genevieve
Thursday visiting his brother
Mrs. Frank Kozier und Mrs.
Dr. Henry S. liehni spent Wed
nesday with thoir father in St.
Francis L. Jokerst anil daugh
ter Mis Grace were in St. Louis
this week purehaHing a stock of
Miss Elizabeth Baiiingartnor
returned homo last Sunday from
a month's visit to relatives and
friends in St. Louis.
Mrs. Mike Btuiueh.vnip and
danghtur MMs Tossio depiutetl
for St. Louis Thursday for u few
tlays visit to relatives.
Mrs. George MnlterS tJiiii daugh
ter Miss Mfii'Y arrived, here fmiu
St. Louis Thursday to visit Ed
ward Cross ami family.
Miss Stella Gricshaber left
Tuesday evening for a visit lo
relative and friends at Crystal
City, Festus ami St. Louis.
Mr. Barbara Figgo and Mi.
Theodmu Koth and children of
Bonne Terro are visiting nornard
Huck and family of this city.
Mrs. Emily Biugertimd dangh
tur Mrs. Andrew Staeokle and
children are spending this week
at Hi ley Lako visiting Hugo
Siihre anil family.
Misses Kntherino, Madeline,
Margaret and Muster Hoy Janis
who have boon spending (ho muiii
incr with relatives in our city
left lust Sunday evening for thuiV
home in St. Louis.
Mrs lulirt Liltoso who Iuih
been visil ing iclalivcs at Mofierlv,
Mo,, returned to her home In this
city last Sunday evening. She
win tmeoinpanietl by her Rrnitu
daughter Mrs. John FrecniiiW,