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The Mersi-Iealy Mercantile Co.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
and beg to exprosSrtheir thonkn for your generous
pntrongo during the year 15)12, wo sbnll do our
best to merit a continuance.
ODOCE MARKET REPORT!
f I "in- In tut I) 100 txHin.U
miiiMK pr tunnel
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Uitfa Aiplpcr buthel
Drift Apple, .lhctvr.KV.-.
uiwn I'vacIiP. tikiM...,f ...
Orled t'citi-hns, lb
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II ! m
iiren I Miles
tirr Kllut Ulrica
nlt iter barrel
Wool Nrt. 1
" 1n) Wanhwl No. I
" " No, I
-Top buggy Apply at
.92 per bushel.
Dauce at. nerzogs Hall Saturday
night, January 4.
Judge Peter H. Huek held a
special terra of court in Perry ville
NAEGRlt & IIUCK Whiskey,
sold at saiuo price a at tho Still
$2.25 per gallon. At
' -Erank Gamihl's Saloon.
. - .
Hotel. -A girl, at the Cily
Aldon Vineyard and Lena
uler, of Itolf, on December 28th,
in this city.
a marriage licenso
Don't fail to atteud the otichro
mid dance nt the Parochial School
Hall to-night (Friday), Riven by
The Ladies Building Fund Society.
Vorst Bros. Livery Company
hov have a Due comfortable lour-
Mnted Berlin cab for hire.convenient
for wedding mid funeral purposes
John Kootting, wife and little
daughter Gertrude, .attended -the
(o(den Wedding celebration of
Mr. and Mrs. Aloysiiis Pautler, in
Kvansville one-day last'week.
The death of Edward Laiumon
dler occured at Bloomsdaje on
Jnniuny 1st, 1913, of Typhoid
fever. The deceased Was an old
ond respected citizen of this coun
ty. I am prepared to give ray cus
tomers the best service, n high
l it!.-? grade of wines, cigars, -and
the host and cheapest graded ol
whixkoy. Botllo apd keg beeiv.
Adv FiANR HEHZCJO:
Prom .all judications NeTeur
Day was a happy one, Tho
weather was beautiful and .the
uprinsr-Jikn teuiperatvuo was Jnost
nmeable to the many New Year
cullers, 'r: f.,
Mrs. Walter (Joerver entorfajnwl
u number of frienfhr at enclirei. n,fc
I ho Armory Saturday nigli'irt iifst
wick. The party was given as
a mum shower: After tho euehio
a oiui-e was participated iu.
Wm. W. Wilder, wife and fi'jn
?Ennr.'nrt doDat ted for JeflTuuou X?itv,
morning to visif'thulr
Mrs. W. M. UuwuTE
While there they attended rue
In re well reception giveii bjPdv.v
oinor Ilndley.nnd wife;
to loo t artor our interest in hte,
Geuovievi and adjacent counties,
tvibr- ur Commission. Address
'I I e Us vyy Oil Co., Cleveland, 0.
Wade Witt, bus erected n
form near thu trucks of the
railroad at New Offenburg
used In loading stock int,o curs.
Mr. Witt shipped two our loads f
cattlo and one ear load of hogs to
St. Louis this week.
Miss Thekla Okunfuss'Waa tend
ered u surpriao party at jjEi'-bpind
v in this city Saturday night, off last
lyreek. A large crowd of young
4it' folks participated and li most en
4? Joyablo evening was spent In danc
ing and otuer plcasumole diver-
Miss Josephine Sclmefer who has
been visiting relatives in ,, this o.ty
doparted for Dallas, Tex., last
Sunday, where alio will work as
private secretary to tho general
manager in the branch ofllce of
Sears Robuck & Co., which was
recently established in that city.
Dunker's Studio is
now located on second
floor of the building
formerly occupied by
the Hinch & Douglass
Drug Co. ,v"v
The contract for tile St. Louis City Hull
clock syotein was awarded yesterday
to tho Imperial Clonk Company a St.
Louis concern. The bid was $3,7J4.
About 112 news clocks will bo install
I'd in tho City Hull and Municipal
Courts building. The clocks .will bo
connected with a master timepiece by
whiv'b thoy will bo regulated. Judge
Peter H. Hack of thiH city is interest
ed in the Imperial Clock Co.
W. It. Pox. 105 W. Washington St..
Nohlesvillu, Ind., fmya: "Aftfr suf
fering niHiiy months with kidney trou
ble,, after tryuiK other lvmedies and
prescriptions, I purchased"" n ltox of
Foley Kidney Pills which not only" did
mo more good than nny other reme
dies I ever used, but rmvo positively
set my kidnovs richt. Other moru-
! tiers of my f.-imily huvo uxed'them
with siniihtr rvMtilts." Take nt the
first siku of kidney trouble." Sold
by A. Q. Moyer. adv
Patrick Cummings was severely
injured New Year's day when ho
was thrown from tho buggy in
which he was riding. The mule
became frightened when a fire
cracker was exploded near by.
The accident oecured around the
Court House square between 12
and I o'clock iu the afternoon.
Ralph La Rose, son of Folix Ia
Rose, of Bloomsdale, died sudden
ly at his homo Wednesday night.
The young mau retired Wednes
day evening in comparatively good
health. He was discovered iu the
morning by members of the house
hold. The coroner was called out
and held an inquest Thursday
A; team of horses from the Cen
tral' Livery Stable became frighten
ed at an automobile Saturday j&f
tornoon aud ran away. Tho wa
gon which was full of chairs struck
a lire plug in. front of the City
Hotel. The plug was broken off
and chairs scattered ovejr the
street. If was necessary to shut
off h suction of ihe water supply
until the plug could bo replaced.
0; W. Hosford, of Frederielr
town, a .Mnjor-Damocrat,, is beipg
spoken of in mining circles for
Stato Inspector of Mines. Mr.
Hosford is employed at the Corn
wall Copper Mines iu Sro. , ijone
viovo county. He is a practical
miner and thoroughly nonversant
with mining conditions in Missouri
as well as other states. A com
petent man is needed mid we wish
Mr. Hosford success.
Card of Thanks.
Wo desiro to express our sincere
thanks to tho many friend 'ind
neighbors for the many kinduesscs
Bhown us during the death and
burial of our beloved mot.k.or,Mrs.
Catherine Will, and for the rtyui
pathy extended iu being berett of
u kind and loving mother.
Mrs. Emily Bnrgort, Julia
Schumll, Mrs. Charles Kustiicrnud
' licuo P. Will.
To I lin wifo nf dosenh Weber, of
1 this cit. on December 30. n girl.,
! ft-., m ; f n., nwiii,,,,.
of Now Offenburg, on Doeember
SO, a boy. Tho child died two
hours after birth.
On Monduy, Doc. 30, to Mrs. 0.
J. Matrons of this city, a, girl.
In loving remembrance of our
mother, Mrs. Olivia La Fleur, who
died January 2, 1909.
God haR given; God has taken;
All of us must bear the pain;
But he promised that in heaven,
Some day wo pball meet again.
You uto sleeping dearest parents,
Where the Ivy round you creep,
Aud we know that you are happy,
In your everlasting sleep.
You. nve gone but. not forgotten,
Never shall your memory fade;
Sweet thoughts shall ever linger
Around tho gravo where you arc
Sadly, missed by her daughters.
In memory of Mrs. Catherine
Will, who departed this life Wed
iie.?day, Deeembor 2.rith 102,
Wo saw not the lift of the cur
Nor heard tho
As they passed where life's pro
Will follow and vex thorn no
Wo lingered nnd wept on the thres
hold Tho threshold each mortal must
Then we laid a new wreath down
To mark a now sorrow and loss"
The N'nbby Theatre i about to be
gin the most remarkable series of pic
tures ever nmdo since the invention of
the KinetcHcnpo. eneh one dealing
with "Marv" or "What Happened to
Mary." The unique t'entnrq nf thes
pictures is tho faet that in addition to
appearing upon the screen "Mary' is
alo having her Ptnry told in "The La
dies World" one of the host known
and most widely rend of the hu ire
monthly inaenziiies, Tho Me.Clurn Pub
Mentions, Inc., by which the Ladies
World is issued lias secured the valu
able services of Bsnnister Morwin the
author, Ho is writing the story of
'"Mary's" adventures iu serial form
for the publication and will at the
snmo time prepare a scenario bused
upon the same story for the Edison
Company. The publishers of the La
dies World aro advertisini: "Mary"
vigorously and huvo excited pnblio
curiosity to a hitch pitch coni'erning
t,lie fortunes of.tbe mysteriows e)rl;iiUire,
At the beginning of the llrst story we
see her a foundling left iu the cb.irge
of a miserly storekeeper whoso char
acter is so revolting to tho finer nnd
more delicate nature of "Mary" that
her life becomes a veritable bondage.
Finally tho wretched girl discovered
the man is not her real futher and she
runs away from the detested place
and so the first picture in the series is
called, "The Escape from Bondage"
you hnvo already guessed that Mary
is moulded of much finer clay than is
her erstwhilo guardian, the selfiph
storekeeper. Then too, we are prom
ised an intense love story because the
possession, of a considerable sum of
money hinges upon "Mary" Ijci'ig
married by her twontieth year. So
"Mary" is to bo a str.-ng. loveable
charaetor, sbo is to suffer, to lovo
perhaps to hate; she is to hold our
....vt.r.., K"' "... 'J ."".,T . ..... ..I,.
admiration and tmt is why Mary
Fuller will he "Mary." The first
picture "The Escape from Bondage"
will be run at the Nobby next Sunday,
January 5th. The second "Alone iu
New York'.' will be ruu the following
Sunday, to bo continued to "Mary iu
England" on tho 8unday following
and so on, So don't miss the first if
you want to understand aud eujoy this
iuterestiug story. , ' adv
The porformancn given by tho
Knights of( Columbus at. t licit-, hall
last Monday night was 'Upmost
gratifying success. The two net
drama entitled "Uucle ZnOkory"
was nctod trno to life by n com
pany nf local taleiil whoso onh!iontlstt'u,)OOTlo'eC;o',1,u,vMl',0,", ,0"wlt'
, , , , , i All that pan of t'altsil S'lton Survor No,
work' WIW lltvoraoiy accepted l
the largo, audience. Each cJinraet
er was demonstrative of the
thorough training thoy had receiv
ed. After tho drama tho hall was
cleared aud those, of thu audience
who so desired spent' the balance
of tho evening in dancing. A
quartette was intersporced be
tween the first nnd second acts.
The following members composed
the east: Misses Kdna Vogt and
Edna Pettequin, Herman Pautler,
Leo, Koetting. Russell, Wilder,
H. G. llertioli nnd Thomas Wilder
with Father Weinig as stage di
rector. f -..I.
London suffragettes huvo boon
lttrnying tlio udlro:Mis on
Christmas muil iu thu letter boxes.
It is diflicnlc. to sen why tin oauso
uf univeival suffrttgo should find
it ueccs-ary to ilechuo war on
Never before ill tlio history of
old Ste. (ietiuviovc 1ms La Om
ftiim.'". that 'UHd old French ens
J-... i. .. i i
mill, ui til Hum: ciuuwi iiiiii
appropriately demonstrated than it
was December Ul, of 1912, and
January 1, 3913.
The piesont. organization is in
tho second year of its oxistancc,
having been organized nnd made
a permanent organization in thcfnll
of 1911. Atty. C. J. Stanton was
elected president, and it was prin
cipally through his untiring efforts
nnd loyalty to that grand old cus
tom, that La Guiaiineo has been
made so complete a success aud
given to Sto. Genevievo an an
nual celebrution which is as im
portant to its citizens as tho "Veil
ed Prophet" is to St. Louis or tho
Mardi Grus to New Orleans.
T he custom ot La Guiauneu to
visit different places and aing the
song, the uhstauco of wnich is to
wish the- members of the house
hold 'A Happy New Ywir," has
been practiced in thisily almost
since its settlement, and itisihn
intention of the orgUtiiziition to
keep up the good old custom with
that nridu so cherished by our fore
With Geo. Tnoinuro as Grand
Marshall the Song Lcuders
included snch old timers as
Mr. Frank Papin, Mr. Frank fju-
Rose, Mr. Seph Thomnre, Mr.
Felix LcCoiupt, Mr. Jules Dotche
mendy, and Mr. Seph Morice, all
of whom assured their permanent
support to the organization.
La Guiaiince left its deu about
8:30 p. m. New Year's Eve and
proceeded to the Armory to open
the tlanco, which was part of the
Guiaiineo celebration. After sing
ing the song and dancing several
times the Guiunnec left the hall.
Alter visiting several private halls
tho Parochial Hall was visited.
This was the last place LaGniannce
appeared and alter tho usual per
formance the hail was cleared and
rho Guiannce prepared for the
bnntpiet which was served in tho
basement of the school building.
"Banquet La Guiannee," served
in eight courses, was as elabor
ate and delicious a dinner as is
served in Mime of our metropolitan
dining halls. Tho decorations
which consisted of Holly, , .Mistle
toe and Carnations, wore. ' artistic
ally arranged, thu service was per
fect and tho eats were prepared
rin most palatable fashion. Tho
banqent was prepared and served
under the directions of. E. P.
Boverie nnd Dr. II. Rchm.
Mayor Boverie offered the season's
greetings to tho organization and
introduced President Stanton.
Altera very interesting address
on the orgin and practice of La
Guiannee, Mr. Stanton called up
on Hou. T. B Whitledgo, of St.
Mary, Tin s Conner, of Prairie, du
Rocher, Kdward Schanf, of St.
Mary, and Prof. Joseph Vacth, of
tho Cupe Normal, all of whom de
livered appropriate addresses. Af
ter other members had been heard
from, Mayor Boverie made the
address in which he nominated Mr.
Stanton its tho 1913 president.
The nomination was wildly re
ceived and his election made unani
mous. Sheriff Sale in Partition
Henrj- L. Slebert, Lajwino MorttAU, Tan
otaal Morenu. V.'llholmloii Wisdom Charlei.
vvinHciD, .vntiii llui.H, Artuur llurst, UmO.n
Hot soy, Hubert tl. Dnrxry, uod KiIiik Ulubort,
Lmltvlno Sicburt an.l AKne. KMiert, minors,
bj- Amlruw J. Slehert ihvlr Quiiitllau, m.J
AuJrow J, Slvbert, pluliUltTa.
Catherine Slobort. Li'trene Olrnler, JSIoh
ril Oir.lor. Oscnr lllualer. Hennln Glexler.
Ktellue Ok'sltir, l.am aloOnr, Iltrt)urt
rUiibort, ClUber! Hlebnrt, Caroline Wndwwilel
n.M Olt-anil William J. LlmlKedel, iltvu-
Ilv virtue and mithnrltv of a tlnnrcn un.l
oruer 01 naiu uiwun oy iniuirciiK uouri or
tho County nt StcOtnarluvt'. of the Stuto of
MlRsuurt, to tho .ibovo ntltld u3Ut, and ;
of r, cenlflod vw tbbreur, itatoO Jcnuirv 1
oil, nan, and to ;iiio,tiio umlerlcneil sheriff, i
ilollvercU, 1 will, on. ' I
-ThuiMlav, Kchiuary lith, 1313,
hotvn th hour .. ntn" ...nl..k In tl,
furvnouu nnd llva o'clock In tbo nftprnouu
of ttiat flay, nt tlio eat front door of Iho
Court Houstf tn the City of Ht, 0nnvln't,
Hte, Offncvliiro C'ouaty, JlUsoun, cell :it
DUbllo veml'.irti to the MirlieM blildvr. tliu
I followlnit fit-hfjrlboit n-nl nxt.it.i Kltuut:il In
saw. vontlrmeci m Mrm louisb vallo VUlars
urbiir Icu-ul rfiiire.juatatlvo and that urn, nf
tun Ktirth Hast fmctlonal fjuiirti'r of neutlou
'twnty-eUhi (It). Tow-main tblay-evvn
(37), Noitb of Kanire nlDf) U) liait, otirveii'd
h follows, vim Bvlimlne: fit thu northwest
fiornurof Oharlo Fltxkam's land, bflnir tho
Honthenst ruruar of tho lato Andrew SU btrt'A
land and run tbonce north 47 dtic. KOinln. W,
17.12 i-halus to a eorburj thvnua s, (t7 duir, W,
10.36 cbslnston caruur:lhucb N.2S tltiR. W.
:i.B7 chulaH to a curcert tben 8. B7 duM-. V.'.
6.43 rhains to a onrnt-n thnri S. 23 dec, R.
3.07 ohalna to .1 eorner; tborce H. 7 dec. W.
18.00 clialns, tlinc H. ll.'.-o chains 10 a cor
ner: thonco H. 47 dtsi,. 50 inlu. U. v3 ohalna
to a cornort thonon N. liiloi;. 40 tutu. K. 6:n
chali. to n col nor: tlicncn S. 47 df it. ;u roln.
K. l.fxl cbalaa to a corner! tbonco N. 42 flex,
40 mln. R. 1.03 rhiiltn to a norunr; thenen
n,49flvtr. K. 16.64 chains .o a eortior nnd
thonco N. a iWg. tn mln. B.fll.lOcbalua to
thf heirlnnitor, coatalnlntr fial noros.
Torn; of Hule, Cash,
fihnrlffof Ste. (Imirvlcvw County, Mlaourt.
January 1, u:a.
Mrs. Carrie C'tt is -rather rih
ing the rnforui growler! Kiit
she atlvoeatoil trousers For' wo
men, thou tlio f'liinoso costtlnies,'
mill now alio advises tliein to go
barulieadcil, llush.-inils and fa
thers all over thu country are
hoping she will get tl) It- Inst prop
osition in working order before
Easter hut-buying time,
Courtly Court Proceedings.
Tuesday, December HI, 1DVJ
Court tin-t pursuant to adjournment,
Present, Hons. Chan, W. Meyers, 1
Presiding Judge, P. Anion Weilerand
A. C. Chandler, Associate Judges, T.
B. Htrnughan, HheiitT nnd A, A.
Allowed Wm. G. Werner $!)3.G0
special road work. Miller & Borcherd
iug 1001) part payment Torre Blue
creek tnidgo, Jos Ba?ler, Sr 13.20
work road district No. 6, Wm Hoist
60.35 work road district No 0, Jos Bas-
lor Sr. 1!)5.C0 work Est bridge, A C
Wode 3(i. 15 special rnnd work, 51!. 80
work road district No 11, Frank II
Sebwent 143.50 special road work, Jo
Loitterman 2'2.75 special ror.d work,
27,70 work road district No !), Simon
DiiHoehnr J. 25 work county farm,
Hy Nations 70.115 special road work,
57,50 work road district No 10, Wen
lei Itoth 43.75 special road work, Ry
Vogt 133' work loud district No 7,
Louis Lore 1.50 constable 18th E P,
Jules Petremttn 75.30 Insurance, coun
ty farm, A A Buumgartner 90.85 ser-
viees in vacation, November and ad
jfturn terms nud disbursements. Frk J
.Bacchic 8(i.-12 work mad district No 5,
Mrs. Josephine Crniup 7.50 board
Law DnKocher, Clms W Meyers 10,00
services as Judge edj. November term,
F Anton Weiler same. A C Chandler
13.40 same nnd mileage, 3.00 livery
hire, Thus B Str.iughau 48.10 services
a- sheriff, W"P Hack 8.75 disburso
ments aud janitor service.
W O Ilamors appointed constable
Annual settlement of Win P Huck.
Circuit Clerk, nnd A A Baumgartner,
County Clink, approved.
OlHeial bonds of Joseph II Itohui,
Treasurer, Lawronco J Jokerst. As
sessor. Anton llunnld. Coronor, Wm
H Mellaril, Constable Hcmivnts town
ship, L E Byiugtou, Constable Union
In tho matter of an inquest on the
bodies of John Kelly nr.d Ira Thump
son. Bill of cost sppioved and order
ed certified to tho Treasurer for pay--ili-iit.
Vegetable Ami Fruit Canning On The
With the increasing attention being
given to Pare Foods, there has been a
demand created for good quality
canned vegetables end fruits, which
can bo pat on most any farm, and this
manner of utilizing surplus products
promises to become quite profitable.
Tho farm home cannot compete with
the large cancers as a course of great
quantities of fanned goods, but for
quality the homo calmer list, every
advantage and it is iu tho production
of canned good.) of very high quality
that tho home dinner has its greatest
There are mstiy small farms and
parts of larger ones tbat aro unprofit
able whou tiM.'d for general farming.
These small areas when planted to
vegetables or small fruits, such as to
matoes or black betries, yield enor
moiHly, but the htck of markets pre
vents the sale of the.-te products iu any
gteat quantity. To turn this waste to
n profit sonic farmers are putting iu
small canning outfits. Mr. G. W.
French, of Doniphan, Mo., is one who
is making a great success of this work.
Ho says the first year's work whs so
profitable that the second year he
planted more tomatoes so Dint his can
tier tniglK be worked to its full capac
ity. As the work progressed certain
changes have been made by Mr.
French. Utie of the first was to dis
card the fire box that comes with the
canning outfit, as it was too small for
large wood, and build a permanent
firo box of stone. This made ptwsiblo
tlituso of a larger cooking vat, which
was niado ot sheet iron with woodcu
The greatest improvement, however,
is iu the method of getting the cans
ttiu cooking vat to vtho work
table. A swing arm carrying a pair
of trav books nt its miter noil iiuL-pm
Y '" ,H Hl,ll-r 0U(I UlHKes
this operation easy nud vapid. Tho
P'wm)ii Mr. f'r.uioli ami family
With OUtsilh' llelp UUt Up OVor 3000 3
lb, cans ot tomatoes. These retail nt
20 it duzou, and even if tho labor,
eaiiN aud labels co-it half this amount,
there is still a snug little sum left for
the season's work.
Tiie demand is increasing for this
clasii of goods fu.ttor than it is being
supplied. Even with all o( the toma
toes and blackberries that Southeast
Missouri could tahu put on the market
iu first class shape, it Would not ntloet
Iu every place nt least one family
ougtic 10 go into tins worn, t nero is
110 great secret about making eaunet
goods keep. If they are bested hot
enough and waled perfectly, ihey can
not spoil. The past season, tle. Agrb
nultiiral Department of tho Normal
Sclioul canned enough tomatoes ami
beans to supply two dormitories drti'ng
I would bo glad to correspond with
any one Intending to veuturu into this
new and profitable work.
Bkth Bahcocic, Professor of Agri
culture, Sute Normal Suhool, Cape
T0m KIDNEY POLS
A Pure Cream rf Tartar Powder
Indispensable to best results saves
worry :Saves work saves money
saves healthsaves complaints at table
Miss Camillo Dtipont
Monday In St. Louis.
L. K. Paillet of Kinsej was :t
Ste, Uenovicvc v.isitou Mondays
Charles Delconinmno spont
Now Years with his family in Sto.
William Herbstrcitli and wifo
spent several days of last week
in St. Louis
ICngcuc Bit rcli nntl wifo of
Modoc woro Sto. Gencviovo visi
tors this week.
Ernest Vogt of Saloin, III.,
visited relatives in Sto. Geno
vievo this week.
August Wohner of St. Louis
visited his parents in Ste. Gene
vieve this week.
M. O. Molvin of St. Louis vis
ited his parents in this city din
ing thu holidays.
Porter Atilmohoh of Flat
Kiver visited our city thb early
part of tho week.
Benjamin Winston and wife of
New Madrid arc visiting relatives
in Sto. Genovievo.
Miss Mm'.? Uhadwcll spent this
week at Ponea visiting her sister
Mis. Henry Pratte.
Miss Carrie Harris of St. Louis
is spending this week- with Ste.
Miss Barbara Kaiser is visiting
relatives in St. Louis and East
St. Louis this week
Mrs, ,L AV. Crump" of Jackson
is visiting her son, John Walker,
in our titty this week.
James Harris spent last Sun
day with hia sister, Mrs. Lou
Btuiman, of this city.
.Mrs. Milton Harmon aud
daughter, Hu.cl, visited relatives
at Crystal City last week.
Felix ltozier of St. Louts visit
ed his mint, Mrs. John L. Bove
rie, in our city thU week.
Herbert and Gilbert- Siebort of
St, Louis visited their mother io
this city during tho holidays.
Louis Kigdon of ltiver aux Va
nes visited relatives ;(od friends
in Ste. Genevieve this week.
Miss Lillian Albrooht of St.
Louis is visiting her friend Miss
Charlotte Ziegler 01 this city.
Miss Eugenie Langovin of St.
Louis spent last Sunday with her
mother and sister iu this city.
Miss Rota Townsend of Maple-
wood is visiting her aunt Mrs.
Ed. Boverie, of our city this week.
Mrs. Peter Laltnnondieie loft
last Sunday for a visit to rela
tives at St. Louis and Percy, III.
Miss; Limla ltozier of St. Louis
s,pent several days of this week
in our city visiting ber parents.
Mm. Wm. Kramer oj St,
Louis spent Wednesday and
Thursday with relatives in our
Mrs. L. E. Joker-it and Mrs.
Edward Joker.-1 and children vis
ited relatives ut Weiugui'tcn last
Prut to ltozier and familyrof
Perryvilln were tho guest of Val
entino Soitss and family "New
Wm. Thonuiro nnd family of
..East St. Louie spent, lii'it S'dur-
. .1 1 L
day and Sunday with his mother
in our city.
Gregiiry Ivor of Prairie du
Itcoliet" was tho guest of ; Friends
nt Sto. Gencviovo
Wednesday. , r
MUs Kathonno Conner of
Prairio do lioelier vhitod rela
tives in sto. Gonovievo Tneday
Mies t. 1 inn uniritu.v. i'r.snis
visited Mike BiuiichjViup n'l.il fum,
ilv New Year's dajf,
Vt, ., 'l'l, Tt.illo nn.l P M
Harris and wifo of St. Louis
were hure Wednesday and Thui
tlay visitiug relatives. ;
Mrs Italph Pou'chtit and danubt
tor. Lucille, of' Festus. nntl M'i
Alice Thomuro were holiday visi
tors to relatives In thU city.
Misses Alum and Dorothy JtYtk
and Oswald Fa Ik of St. Louis
were the guests of Miss ThoKUV
Okenfuas of our city this week. .
Mrs. ,1. C. Kliug and daughters
Josephine and Augusta of Sl .
Louis arc tho guests of her mother
Mrs. Adaline La Fleur of this city.
Miss Virginia orown or i'lhino
du Itoohor , and Miss Emoia.
Brown of ltod But! visited A.I
Brown and family in our city lust
Mrs. Soth Cobb nntl daughter
Miss Josepliiuo accompanied by
Welton Rozier woro the guests of
II. L. ltozier and family New
Misses Ulva Defani and EdiM
MoBrido of Perryvillo are visit
ing in our city the guests of
Misses Berenice Yealy nnd Ger
Misses Estello lsbell and Edith
Cross of Elvins spent seveml
tlays of last week in Sto. Gone
vievo visiting their friend, Mitrt
' Mioses Dorothy and Lottie
Huff of Furtniiigton and .Miss
Sarah Townsend of Springfield
were tho guests of Mi?a ltutli
Mioses Blanche and Clara Itim
dor accompanied by Darby Tay
lor of St. Louis wore tho guests
of Dr. C. Hcrtich and family of
this city during the holidays..
Miss Coinu Schado, Birdie
O'Mura, Clara Young and Wm.
Tesreau, Lucieu Robb and Ed.
Kiesslor of Perryvillo, attended
Hie New Year's dance at tiia
Mrs. Mary Rudloff and daugh
ter Esther af Farmiugton who
have been visiting Adolph Oken
ftiss and family returned to thoir
homo nt Furmington Tuesday
Mrs. Fred Knamin aud son,
Harry and Frank .and Walr
Waldon of St Louis who hswn
been visiting Mrs. John Schlnt
man returned to iheir homo m
St. Louis Tuesday evening.
Guy Paxton and famdy who
havo been visiting relatives in
Ste. Genovievo left for their
homo ot Chuffoo Thursday morn
ing. They woro aeeonipnnirtl
home by Miss Olivia Petreijuin.
Miss Alphoiisino' Ehlert ar.tl
.Miss Eugenie Ductiohal re(un
cd to their homo in St. Louin
Tuesday morning after spoitdinj;
several days in our oitv viitiuif'
tk - ft
Thcolilu Laliiiiiontliuro'and wifo.
Mrs. Julia Sohmall, ..Mrs. jjm.v
Kastuor, John and Chmh"-
Scluiiall and Leo Buigert of S.
Louis aud 11. P. Will of Oklabo.
ma City, who attondetl the fn.
neral of Mf. Kutliorino Will in
this city last Saturday rt-tmiv d
to thoir homos Sunday.
Deafness Cannot be Cnrnl
'Ihe Kov. irl It. Hicks 1013 AlwaniUii
Tho llov. Irl It. Hloks Alnjaniifi fr jsa tn
now ready. It Is tho m)Vt'i1tMi,tMUmnte.r
rl Itila eopulur Yrar Uooir over printed II I
fllu baa been nioro than onr piv.vrn by
1 ,enlrKiiuio tutuiunonta or u Morm. w mil.
lornnd o.irlhquaUe forecta tbln vosr .v.v.
fuasor Jflrkfl Justly niirltH the eoiiaofnco
nml Hunport of all the veoele. Don't fall to
AonU ', for hla 113 Almanac, or only i1w
I)gmar for hU Srt.KiiiDMii.t)AiNn ami At,.
manao on n year. The hart occdvll.tf invtt.
u.vut nosiblo In any home or'itiii.in,M).(
t;cd to wonu Ami wohk pnui;(Vt:mi
t'OMrANV.sifli Fraukltn ATonutf, B. I.uln,
Mo, ' -t4y