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UBSS-IIow Long Wi
Can. Win one of Tli.ese Valuable Frizes if You GUESS KS&HT
Tlie OANDLE will lie limited tho UAY FOLLOWING (JHltlSTJIArf DAY ill tlio kIiow winiiou- !' mil- st.ir, wiiem it will i niii until liiirin'.l tlown. l-Ivory $0 CENT PURCHASE entitles llio mre!maer to n cucsuna
t linw lone the cnndlo will limn. YOU CAN UUK.SS NOW. Oomo mul boo our flue display ot Xinas )resents. sueli us Jewelry, Wutolies, Clmina, Bracelets, Out Olnaa ware, Silver vvnre, Outlery, LiidieH mid GentB Unt
lirellna. Mliaieild Instrument mid nil Kinds of fnney goods.
. J. BAUHANN, The Main Street Jeweler
wa.toi-1, tqijet? case, &j.jrjzii?sr r.azor., s&E3U."7nsr3r ivexjgj-, box rvroTJis jEZj&j&nE., doll
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PRODUCE MARKET REPORT
loer Htl , , U !
Movkprim J I ou
I' lour (rt trill) 1K) piumi! i 70
Nnvy Hems. 4
(;nliii it'r lumlicl .....i,. 4(1
Onlnu Sett .s I., t'2S
Irlah Poiatoci. (old ). ..NKW 0- OJ
: rwect l' ltntceH
llnvn A'ili' umlii'l , 23-M
lirk'it A I 1 1 1 e . Hi , n
' Orccn lv-tclic, Imtkcl
I tried lnrhH,Ili A
limm ,,, , 4(1
'iitrnlps , 40
CnlibRxu i 1
ItiiuHlrrs : (
llllttlT , 20
immti , I'i
Mini 10 11
llry CUM ItltltH U
IU'k'i. Wax k,..". :).
flnlt tier lunH Jl
H iiol Nil 1 , i'i
" 1 lilt WhsIiihI No.l 31
" So. - ;
To the wifo of Paul Luniiiijj.
(foinii'ily Miss Glmlys IW.iiT, of
KurniiiiKton), of Cnjiu Ginuileiiu,
November n boy.
To the wife of Knink Selnvunt,
of Sprott, NciVtMiilTrut, Rjjlrl.
To tho wife of Cliarhis Dclcom
inline, of Ste. CSeueviuvu Nov. Dili, a
To tho wife of Oliver IJauni, of
St, Louis, November TJ, a iil.
Hardware for loss
than cost at Rozicr's.
Wayne Merry of Cape Girardeau
was here this week 'liiii,'inu he
wires from the phi to the; new pole
whieh was reeentiy pt'il 'up in front
of tho telephone exehniiKO in this
-T Ufr - -
To my farmer,
and puU'oiw of
I'ounty. aIo. :
wish to annoiiure
thiil 1 am
..:!. l. . I Hi IV. I.. I MMI I
iiiiu wiiii mi' mnjMie iiiiu vtt..irii, i i : : i
... , .. m ,f , . , . , I Ca.lHIQ t:imtill.ll' II 111 i-USSUMl it
at HnHceyV .M.., im.i.rloior. think ,,U1! lhia wwjbi
i nun iss .lit iii-ru n mi iiii.ntuiii'i.
Millers leo Cream nt
adv Hacu.i: Bakery.
Miss liuth Ilutr, one of the
tfaehers in our public sehool, left
Wediii't-tlay evciiiiiK for Spring
field, Mo., to attend the Statu
ion, ;is I have been mi)liu: in this
eoiinty for the last thirty-two
years mid have always tried to jjive
the I'lit'mnf ltis .!i'l;; ItttiO;.
now located on second i Ctmii! In Hrit'kt'v. s;i'll vtiu r M'hnut
Dunker's Studio is '
Of tlie building i for cash at. top prices and buy vniir
To the wife of I'eter Ispiiiniin. of ' formovlv fHifinnittfl hv I Horn1 and feed at rock bottom
New Otreuburn, Nov. 10, a boy. ItheHinch & Doucrluss
iMrs. Kuphrosinii Lech-1
ner, nee Litteneker, died Saturday,
November 9th, at noon, in this
city, after a linjjeriiiK illness, at. the
aue of 77 year.-!, !) months and li
Deceased was the widow of the
late Sebastian Lechner, and was a
resident of bt. Louis until about
four years ajjo, when she came to
this city, and has since resided
at the home of .Tospph Weiler.
Sirs. Lechner is survived by two
sons, .lohn and Aloysius of St..
Louis, tlireo sisters, MoUier Iitlia
and Mother Lidwina of St.. Louis,
and Mother Slecht.ildo. of Chilli-
-Top buujjy Apply nt (.(,tho, Mo., all of llavOrder of St.
Wheat .95 por bushel.
Don't forget Ro
zier's Clean Up Sale.
A marriage license was issued in
Jefferson County last, week to Wnl
ter Frazior. of Festus, and Chrissie
Sewalt of this county. (
Millers Ice Cream ot
adv Eaglk Bakery.
toseph, and one brother, Joseph,
of St. Louis.
After a requiem hicrhiuass at Mm
Catholic liureli in this city Jlon
ilay morniii, the remains were in
terred at Valle Spring cemetery.
leo Cream at
Sir. nnd Sirs. Paschal Sloreau of
this city celebrated tho 15th anni
versary of their marriage Inst Slon
day afternoon at their resideuee.
Goods for less than
cost at Rozier's adv
Oscar Mooro wa's in town this
wock, ().-ear is .-till connoctcil
with the old reliable commission
liouo of Win. Bray & Co., and
would be pleased to havo his
many friend remember when
"hip'piiij,' poultry, eg etc., to
consignc them to his house, adv
Ditcri: Sirs. Charles. Weiler,
nee Catherine Ho.hm, died at Now
OfYonbuiK, on Saturday, Novem
ber 9, after it short illness, at the
atre of 73 years, 7 mouths and 'J8
Sirs. Weiler was born and raised
near Ste. Genevieve. She married
Charles Weiler about 54 years ago,
who with one brother, one sister,
one son, oitfht daughters, 117 grand
children and three great-grand-children,
The funeral took place Sunday,
November 10, at tho Weingarten
Catholic cemetery. The remains
were followed to its last resting
place by a large concourse of re
latives and friends. ,
It will be noticed in the election
news on our 1st page that the io
t urns from this county show a He
pnblicnu majority on the head of
the ticket. This is a mistake as
may be won by reading the ntlicial
returns printed on our editorial
Thanking you for past favor
and hoping to retain your business!
in the future, I am your servant,
adv Hrickey, SIo.
Clothing for less
than cost at Rozier's.
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Euchre And Dance.
The Ladies Building Fund So
ciety will give a euchre ami dance
at (ho Parochial School Hall,
. Monday c cning, Nov. 18th. adv
.Mike Hopple, a blacksmith at
the Cornwall Copper SI iocs, won
a ten dollar wager Saturday of last
wefk, when he walked from the
mines to this city, ;i distance of
seven and one-half miles, in one
hour and five minutes. The time
given Hopple to do the distance- in
was one hour and thirty minutes.
FOLEY- KIDNEY PSiLS
fCHKHEUMMISM KCCKilV&AND tttAUUC
For making quickly and per
fectly, delicious hot biscuits,'
hot breads, cake and pastry;
there is no substitute for
Fifty Ycmr iho SlaxufMrd
rw BP ctvSTj
IBegtoning j&UJBLl&J&riZ-, OCTOBER
19i2 aisd lasting OiLY
Kenrick a Yallaly, progressive
farmer of near Ozora was, married
to Miss Slary Huber in tlie Catho
lic church at Ozora, Slonday, Nov.
We rue going to r.loso out our Entire Stock of Won haiuliso at
LOSS Than Cost. V'e still have Hovornl Thousand hollars worth of
jVIorcliiinilisi;. that will ho put. on counters and in windows nnd tho price
will ho inurkpd in plain figures on ev-rv artiole, and you may find many
articles that, you may need, which would cost you double elsewhere. We
still have a huge line of Clothing nnd tho price will he cut in half
which, will mean tWO suits for the price Of OUC. Shoes will go fur
less than half Price Remember this will he tlu- Biggest; Oppor
tunity of your lite to save mini"', as Oil Dollar will go farther tlun
tWO. and tlie sale will not last, huign- than 30 Days nnd we have an
olfer on all goods that are n n sold in that time, which wc have accepted.
So you will find it worth jour while to come in and look for yourselves.
rota Bought Ooiy In Trade For
LOUIS Mm, Kasiger
iil!Li!lir Sell for CksIi
B RICKEY MO.
A FINK LINE OF
J nut Received at
MRS. M. E. KERN
The.Mnla Street Milliner
Everybody is invited to call
and inspect her new up-to-date I
btocK of Slillinery. Prompt
attention will bo pi veil to all
IBisy 3F"-11 Oloa-rixis S3.lo - one IZbsny only
In this sale we will sell out everything at a hig reduction to clean up what
we have left in FALL and WINTER GOODS.
All Calico will sell at
Apron Gingham reg price 10c at
Dress' " '" '" 12Xnt
" better quality 15 sell at
10-4 unbleached sheeting worth
3."u. sflll at
10-4 bleached sheeting worth 40,
will sell at,.
Heavy fiannelete worth 12$, at.
Lightweight" " 7. soil, at
1 lot white linen table cloth flii.at
1 7f, at
1 lot woolen dressgoods GO. sell at
Bleached domestic woi;th 10, at
Stickerei dress trimming 10c, at
Ladies w'len scarfs worth 75, at
' $1.00, at
Slisses heavy black hose 25, at
Slens cotton ulves worth 10, at
Bovs school suits worth 5.00, at $.'1,50
" pftuts ttOii. at 43cls pr
Slens corduroy " " .'J-50, at. fjf2.2.'l pr
" coats " 3.50, ut $2.08
Slens flannel shirts
4 oct -j
' ()(). nt
'heavy llewje imderwe'r (iO.at
Ladies ribbed underwear 115, at
Union suits worth l.()0,at
Sloiis Suspenders " 50ii,nt
Peri Uistro & D SI C croeJiet cot
ton will sell at.
(jliildrons caps worth 50, sell .it
Ladies patents leather bits 5()c,at 2.'3c each
American Beantv Corsets woith
1.25, will sell at. 8!)c each
American Beauty Corsets worth
1.75, will sell at. $1.23 each
Slens wool and velvet dress hats
worth 1.50, will yell at
pell at .
Everything on our 10c table wili
Everything on our 25c tablo
will hell nt..
Putnams dyes will sell at .
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Mens "Success' Brand Suits worth $lf? to $20, will soil at. $3.75 suit
Mens Cruviuiette Overcoats worth $12, will sell at $7.49 each
With evory pair of Slens $3.50 shoes sold in this sale we will give absolutely free 1 Gillette
Surety Buzor. v
Like a Thief in the Night.
Fire cruel, !vift, and uufor
secn has come upfu tim hoiuc
tciid "like a thiid' in the night."
Tho littlu family, scantily clad,
has iinulo its cM-ape, and now,
wlnlo the men vainly attempt tit
batllo with the destroyer, the lit
tle group of women ami children
sit in the field-. n the flames 111-I1
skyward through the suinnitr
night, 'flic old grandmother
pc maps lung, long ago lut canio
to this Inline :i 11 bfiilc cuti nor.
bear the tiiisfntune. With her
face in her baud-', i-he give way
moiueutarilv to the despair and
sorrow that, grip her. In strik
ing contrast is the infant sleeping
blK-fully in its mother's arm-, (
anil tint little girl, wouricu with
frightei.od wei-ping, who iiNu
lean- against her mother's knee
and fall a.lrej). Onlv the young
mother' cpinl i not evcieoine.
She has mivciI what i-. most p:'o
ciiuis to her. (tiiino to the core,
tho daughter of a strougl race
sho seta her lnw ileterinincdlv.
resolving that iiii-di.rlune lnlll
not crush her. In bur face the
trtNt has port raved that indomit
able spirit, which makes such wo
men the "iiiotliois ot men. '
Abbott Graves, the artist. wa
born in Maffiioliiicetls,. and after
completing hU genural education.
wont to Pans to studv llovvur and
still lite painting. On returning
'to America fur five your bo-
I taught in a BoMon ait school.
4'1'Ik'U. in 187, ho again' Went
abut kd for Mice nil ,veai of hard
work. On returning again ho
gave up largely tho work of his
earlier years, and began to paint
the truthful pictures of strong,
simple men and women in real
life. of which "Like 11 Thief in
the Night," is a typical example,
This work has brought bun medals
nnd distinction both in. America
and liuropo. Ho is a member of
many distinguished artists' clubs
The Nobby will give away 011
the eve of Thanksgiving the larg
est turkey in Ste. Genevieve eoun-
ty. Coupon will be given with
1 every ticket, colnuieuciiig with to
nights port'oriiiauce. Save yours,
it may win. ndv.
Shoes for less than
cost at Rozier's. adv
All members of Camn No. 489fi.
SI. W. of A., are hereby notified
to bring their Benelit Certillentes
to our meeting on November 22
1912, to have (hem changed to tho
Lawicwjok A. Iluazoo, 'Consul,
adv 0. A. RicKAitD, Clerk.
.Miss Minnie Vieh visited
Louis this week.
William Slcynrs was a St. Louis
vi.-itor last Sunday.
Henry O'icolifo made a business
trip 10 Pci'ryville this week.
Sirs. Willi.un F. Bnder i.s.speii(L
ing this week with relatives in St.
Tom Wilder left. ' Thursday
morning for several days vir.it to
Misses Agues and Kiniiiu Kern
of St. Louis are visiting rolative
in our uitv.
.lames Berry of Miniiith w,as a
Ste. Genevieve visitor tho early
part of tho wook.
.1. II. Fcexor and K. t. Dotv
Miss Eugenie Langcvin left for
St. Louis last Sunday on the .stea
mer Capo Girardeau.
SIi.s Delphine Ponchont arrived
here from Bush Tower Thursday
morning to visit relatives.
Miss Anna Grieshaber and sis
ter Mrs. John Soberer wore St.
Louis visitors Wednesday.
Earl Biunarson and wife of St.
Louis were the guests of his par
ents in our city last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Pratte and' baby of
St. Mary's .spent, last Sunday with
her parents in Ste. Gcnovieve.
Mrs. Or. 0. .1. llertich left last
Saturday for Evansvillo, III., to
visit her son Joseph lloi tieh and
Sliss Agnes Bnrgcrt who has
been visiting relatives in our city
returned to St. Louis Wednesday
Mr.s. O. H. England and little
daughter of Bush Tower spent
Monday in our city visiting her
Mrs. William Hoffman of St.
Louis visited her brother Frank
Bozier and family of tin's city
Tom Laluinoiidiero spent sev
eral days of this week in St.
Louis purchasing a stock of win
Sirs. H. li. liozier and daugh
ter Miss Zoo were passengers on
the Frisco for St. Louis Wednes
SB's. Tom Laliimodiere and
.daughter Mir-s Lucille left Wed
nesday evening for a few days
visit to St. Louis.
Miss Dorothy Thoinuro of St.
Louis is visiting in our city tho
guest Of her grand parents ir.
and Mrs. Theodore Thomuro.
Miss Nellie O'Hearn or St.
Louis who has been visiting
.Misses Nettie and Rachel Kern of
our city returned homo Tuesday
Slrs.Bornadino Oberle and Wil
liam Callinr and family left
Thiirsdiiv moinini' for r.mli fV.I. I
:r. ;.. ... 1 1
I. Ill lllll, III VISIL uuoinu ui is e
Bono Ivy came down from St.
Louis Monday morning and re
turned in tho evening accompa
nied by his grandmother Mrs. Fe
Mrs. Herman Kosemrtn it ml
daughter Sli-ses Stella and Es
ther of St. Slarv'a were the guesttf
of Henry I. Kohnv anil family
of this eitv lrt-.t Sunday.
.Miss PhiloinenaGrieahaber and
Charles Vogt of bt. Louis at-
FALL TERM BEGINS
MONDAY, mm 2nd
Theoreticul Conr.ses id
Muic 1 tiu Iiiil i n Ufirinony
ittid Strict Counterpoint will
St. Louis attended the funeral of
Mis. Euphro-ina Lechner in this
city last Slomhiy morning.
Sirs. J. 0. Zicgler of St. Louis.
Sir. W. 1). Zicgler, Misses Bar
bara and Isiihel Zicgler, Burba! a
Uinohart and Slemie Janis spent
Thursday in St. Slarv' the guests
of William Frenzeland family.
I have returned to Sfe. Gene
vieve where I hope to remain the
remainder of my life? I urn located
in the Hosier Building opposite
Fitzkain's burner hop on Market
street. I am prepared to lepak
watches, clocks and sewing ma
chines. I eoino asking n part of
atlv F. W. GEEK.
01 ra 1111 igton visited iriends. in tended tho funeral.of thcirgrnnd
v -" mot lor Airs, t hii in We l.r r
John iiaiumal and wife of
Crystal City visited Ste. Gonu
vii;vu last Monday.
Sherman 'IVrpin of Doe. Huu
was the guest ol friend iu &te.
Genevieve last week.
Peter Fuller of Si. Louis is
visiting relatives at New Offen
huig and Weingnrteu.
AVeingnrteii Inst Sunday,
Mrs, E. P. Boverie and ijttlo
daughter Margery ami Miss Mary
Zicgler were the gtiet nf .fules
Hozier, Jr., and family of St..
Mary's Wednesday ami rhursday,
Joseph Lilteneher and wife,
Mrs. Elizabeth Litlciioker, John
Lcuhuci and Mother Lidwina of
Truly tho ways ()f ,u 0sir,
bettor are hard. Think of that
old coat you miir-t wear ull winter
while the other fellow is warmed
with the new one you paid for".
I am prepared to givo my. cus
tomers the best service, a high
class grade of wines, cigars, and
the host and cheepest grades of
whiskey. Bottle and keg bc.jr.
adv FRANK 11BRZ0G.
Ladies! Sve Money and Ktcp m
CIagaanc and Using McCall pattern
itclu jou ill ess styl
iUly at a imoiIktuio
xpu.u by. kouptuir
1'im posioil ou ilia
lUtOtt ItfillltlllH 111
Unites ul:1 las. to
Now l"ulion ltMlfina
In tntlt insui?, Akt
on oil limno ana pe.
boiul raauorj. oul
Wo a car. liiclmlinii
o frco pniicin, Hull.
M-rliiu loCrj1 vr ra;d
iu. iivi wruyio cpt
HcCaJI Nt'vni vilV. nuuljlo roil 10 jvrfco In Vncr
own bono, '.v.ti! yriirwii Iniuls claitiinerv-r
,. .w. . m-in'n miifii niit-ue pcr.vt'i
in 'yi; v (1 ni.no lurficr jDtn J j
cow. Oi i . Lwirjiiieincaukjcua.
W. WI le Ym first l-.trli f.,r iroiilnc tulx
jcinnirtftrii.ns(fi unitt, nuir5tirea
I'K ,11"' vu'., 'U ;u ulitl t uv.i VHtu CUS.T,