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-Top buggy Apply nt
, !v udv
ISuoouruKo ttiu Public Libiury
movement liy nttoudin "Tim
Colored Sutrrngotte" nt tim Arm
ory February ).
Mgr Delk-okcr, I'npa) I'relnle
Rector of tlio American College of
Ilia University of Lou vain, is visit
ing in America and will probably
bo tlio guest of Fnther van Touron-
liont of this city this week.
1 ntn prepared to givo my sns-
tomors tho best service, a high-
elans grndo of wines, cigars, uml
the best and eheupest grades oi
whiskey. Hoftle mid keg beer. 1
Adv PRANK HEUZOU.
Crystal City Marshal
Slain in Fcslus Saloon.
im dry punch
If the weather
buds will attuid
down uf low ns 14 degrees below
zero. Lower, there is dan
ger. If the temperature drops
to IG decrees below zero tho. buds
will he nipped even if tho wea- jdiJ' nfternoon.
ther is dry.
lioeuuse George Unit on, Town
Marshal of Crystal City, whipped
Uusscll Dees, 11) years old, during
mi argument in n saloon nt Festus,
Satin day night of last week, David
Dees, Jr., proprietor of tho saloon,
and brother of Russell, picked up
a revolved from back of tho bar
nnd ihed two shots into Barton
killing him instantly.
Immediately after tho shooting,
David Dees, Sr., father of thn slay
er, locked the doors of tho saloon
nnd prevented miy of the witnesses
leaving tho plneo until Sunday
morning. The body of Barton re
mained in tho saloon also,
Regular Meeting of
The City Council.
A meeting of the City Council
wns held Tuesduy evening, Janu
ary 14, una.
Present: Mayor Bovorio; Al
dermen, Sell went, 11 nek, Rchm,
Slinw; Collector, Hovler; Marshal,
Grieshnber; Acting Str. Com.,
Grieshnber; Clerk Hwik.
Minutes of previous mooting
rend and approved.
Collector and Str. Com. re
ports rend and ordered filed.
Warrents issued ns follows.' Jos.
Grie.yhnber, $.")(); John (irie.Hhrtber,
1 50; Robt, Abernnthy, 1 .(; Jos.
Hang 1 SO; Killiun Grieshaber,
ml t . ill? illl . 1 I .... It - in fil
i no witnesses were new in me ""i 1 "i""t m.ih. i
saloon until they were regularly , Cavalier, '.) 7f: II v. Bnunigartuor,
summoned to appear nt a Coroner's ""; Jos, LeUlere. 150; (Jims.
Tho marriiigo 'of Miss Kinma
Herman and Dullard llaug took
place nt (i o'clock mass in the
Cutliolic church of Ibis city Mon
day morning, Jununry 18. Rev.
Fnther van TourcnhoUt performed
Miss Violet Ilnug, sistor of tho
groom, nnd Willinm Herman, n
brother of tho bride, attended the
couple ns hridesmafd utid grooms
man. Tho groom is I he son of Godfrey
Hnng, of this city, nnd the bride is
the daughter of Win. Ilenuiin who
icsides about ,'l miles from town on
Hie plank road. An nil day ecle
bration wns held at the home of
the brides purents.
VVho.U 1.00 per bushel.
Thero will bo n dnnce nt Her
zog's Hull Saturday night Janu
NAEGKR & IIUCK Whiskey,
sold nt same price ns nt the Still
!f2.2o per gallon. At
Frank (innahl's Saloon.
Frank A. Rozier hns neccpted a
'position ns traveling salesman for
the Meyers Smidt Grocery Co.,
of St.. Louis.
- ' i -
Boost the Public Library move
ment by attending "Tho Colored
A uinrtinge license wns issued in
St. Louis Tuesday of this week to
Brynn Pratt and Alvena Adelnuin,
both of Mtunith Mo.
Eugone.rihibert has nccepted a
position at Farmington in Leslio
Millers saloon, and left for that
place Wednesday of Inst Nvcqk.
S. B. Donzo, F. X. Ilubor nnd
Felix Wolk made n trip to Arknn
sas Inst week, und while there Mr.
Wolk purchased lfio" ncres of land.
WANTED : Resldeht Mnnu
ger for Midland J'usnnlty Co.
Ijibcrul nnd nlt,fnetrva;!0!)t.rniu; to
cajmoie party.- unions nt once
Charles- P. Wh'i thread & Co.
State Agents, Pierce Bldg., St.
Mil .Mary M.
inoucst.. which continued nil Sun-1 Gneshabur. 10 :0: Home Lurlit. & 'eorgeij. ivteitier,
verdict, of pre-1 Water Co. 2410.'); Fohv LnPlnnt! ' l" tnthoiic eliurcii in tins city
homicide was returned. !.n)t); Mary Cumtnings 7 fit); Her- j i .uonoay morning, .lanunry
i1p(ritM mtii'liu iiliiifivo ' ZDlf & Roth, (i fifi: Dr. (i. M. Unt-'. "t an 8 o'clock mass. Tho cere-
ledge 3 00: A. B. Bnuman 4 fit), miony was pertorined ly
Ordinnnec No. 72:1 making no- i'athcr van 'lourcnhout-.
j lira srutienis ot jiisa vielrs
School of Music will give n Recit
ul at the Armory Tuesday, Jnniir
C i ft
uryi, map. m. xtie progrnm
Will consist, of selections from
Opera s. Miss Brooke- Margarita
St.. Clnir. Elocutionist, from St
Louis, will assist. Miss Well's
recitals have always prnveu sue
cesstul, und a rare treat is in store
for those invited..
Fresh Bread 4 very
morning from Mevdt
The unnouiicomontof the marri
nge of Miss Lena Roth nnd Hurry
Brown, of Moro Island, to occur
on February 4th, was made Inst
Tho Oausuinn Stock Company
composed of local talent will pre
sent the 4-uct. drnmu entitled "The
Unfile tC .. f.'f.. II ..1 ll. i
Armory, Jnnnnr.v 27.
ml., t . i hi . . .
i iie r nrmers finori tOurso m
agriculture is now in progress nt
tho Normal School and will con
tinue to March !)th. All fanners
are cordially invited to tnke this
excellent course. Write Seth
Babeoek, Department of Agricul
ture, Capo Girnrdenu Normal
School, Cape Girnrdenu, Mo., for
Vorst Bros. Livery Company
now. hnve a lino comfortable four
seated Berlin cab for hire, con venient.
for wedding nnd funeral purposes.
Felix Sucher wns severely burned
on the right hand while handling
a 10 caudle power electric light in
his work shop on Main street Fri
day night of Inst week.
A enchre was given at tho resi
dent of Mrs, Peter H. Huek in
this city Wednesday afternoon by
tho Queens Daughters. Lunch
wnB served duriiiL the nfternoon.
The Alton. St. Louis nnd. Cairo
Railroad Company it is stated by
the promoters will build a railway
from Alton to Cairo, iil., ' The
road will be ono-half to n mile from
the Mississippi river and will con
nect with the Alton Morchnnts',
McKiuley, Ends, Free and Thebes
bridges. Tho company , will use
steam e ngins to haul freight nnd
motor cars to carry passengers,
mail and express. The road will
be built in iifty miles sections.
The first section will be built from
East St. Louis to East Ste. Gene
vieve. Dunker's Studio is
now located on pecond
floor of the building
formerly occupied by
the Hinch & Douglass
Drug Oo. ,,,jv
One of the long felt wants of
Ste. Genevieve has been a public
library. A number of tho young
women of this town have started a
movement io rurtner tlio cause
They sincerely hopo for the co
Oneratum and assistance of tho
citizens of tho town. Their firs
i .,!. .t :.. u.: .i! i; mi i. .i
cticcucu wiiuTcn i11" "llt uiiuuiiiiii vm oe too
'presentation of tne Inucrlmb o
toiooicntter our interest in Ste. Comedy entitled "The Colored
Genovievo nnd adjacent counties. Suffragettes," at tho Armory,
Munry or i.oinniission. Address Monday uidit. Febrmrrv .'!rd. Tliev
Cloveluud, O. : will huvo the vnluuble assistunce of
was placed again him when Dees
was takeu before Justice Revis.
Justice Revis lxed the bond at
$")000 nr.d ordered Dees' prelimin
ary trial for January .'!().
To the wife of Joseph Gegg. of
New Offenburg, on Jan. J. PJ13,
Joseph Soberer, 88 years old, a
retired farmer, died nt the homo of
his daughter,. Mrs. E. P. Selms
serre, in St. Louis. Wednesday
night, January 8, of complications
duo to old age.
Mr. Soberer was a native of
Germauy nnd cnnie to Amerienn
iifty-sevoii years, ago, settling near
Ste. Genevieve, where Jio engaired
in fanning for more than forty
years. Ho retired lift eon years
ago aud since had made his home
in St. Louis with his children.
Ho is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Louise Schilly Scherer, und
by four sons Martin, of Crystal
City, Anthony, of this city, Frank
nnd Joseph Scherer. Jr.. of St
Louis und three daughtersMrs.
E. P. Schnsserre, Mrs. M. Hart.
uid Mrs. C. Koliler, of St. Lnnin,
and twenty grandchildren,
Anthony Soberer, of this.city at
tended tho funeral, which wns held
in St. Louis Friday morning of
proiiriations for salary of oilb-ers, t the witnesses wore Miss Lena
repair and improvements of streets ' Ki'ietlur, of St. Louis aud Martin
and the miseellunous expenses wns : Rtngwnld. of this place,
adopted. '''lie bride is the daughter of
Mavor Boveric and Aid. GiMi- August. Sttiebel, aud the
Rohm were appointed to constitute
n committee for tho purpose of
making arrangements with the Co.
Court regarding the installation of
an electric light, in the hull of jail
or in city calaboose.
groom is the son of Leo Krietlor,
BIDS WAN TED.
KiMilmt blilM will to reoi'lveil mi to noon
WHDNKSOAY, 1'EliIUIAItY Mh, 1V13,
liv tlio Oountv Court of Htn. Oeuuvlnvn Colin.
JlllCS DctclieillPlldy appears be- i furnlln'i rum l.rn of nn jcar. coinmvnc-
, , , , . iniroa me .nil nay or rcuruaiy wis, an lol
fore board and requests them to iowhi
vi- lw. SJnll. r!..l ' ..,.,...1. SOI'UKIKTBNDRST POIl I'OOIl FAn.M,
' I' Oi' thn norvloiwor n Suiuirlntciiilcnt of tho
near lllS prciUIMiS aud It possible " "my coop i-arni. Tim aa Hiierlntcnil-
( tit It n.il t trnitriil Hliftrtl-vlNliiii mill eiim
consti Hct a fOt. bridge nenxs said , for tho Poor rarm. aiho cultivate miout as
' . ii:ru or liirnl, tlm county rurnlHhlnt: lt own
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ISrei'tl lit MIIIIIJ II II II I HIT. IIO UMU Ol i-- -.umi .7u1.ynmr1iHr.111. iu Kilo
, i ixmii to ino t.'iniiuy in th aura or H.joo with
ihecenera nublic. Briard aureed ' k""1 n,' Mjiirovii soourity rortiin tfitiitiii
' n t ti..if.i...i.i nnu ..F I In. il.ii I... ..... ..!....( I. ...... .
to view tho premise in the near noiirion.
. i COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
IUllire. For the Mirrlcu of a Coiintv Pbyolplan,
AlrQ Sonlnii Tlimimrn iiifrinniwl i '"'"I'hliiic nil muillnloii and hv noyessary
-uis. Dopuia iiiomnio iniormui lltt,.nl,(ltltl, Ul0 lllnat08 ml suporiiitemi-
the liii'ird tlmt n I'lectrii- Ibdit nt 11,1,1 f:"n,1' ' t. Poor Katm ami the In-
IIIO Otl.UU irilll. III! til (.11 11 llglll. inat.M ott 1 C.ilintv .lull. AImi iimIk num.
Inrvlalti nn.l mtond tlio Sanitary coinlltluns
at tin' Poor 1'itria.
should necessarily be placed near
her pteiuises in Ziegler ndditiou
near the old Hurler Store building.
It wns ordered that the Street. Coin
mitlee tako up this.mntlcr soon. .
Upon motiop meeting adjourned
At the home of her son-in-lnw,
Osonr Boyer, jn this iiity, Mrs.
Margaret Waschisehek, died on
Sunday, January 12, of Blights
disease, nt the ago of CG yenrs,
G months nnd 12 days.
Mrs. Waschisehek was twice
married, her first hnsbnnd being
ohn Radio. After the death' of
Mr. Radio sho was married to
Wiusell Waschisehek. She ivas
a resident of Bonne Term until
about three months ngo when sho
cumo to this city to reside with her
daughter Mrs. Oscar Bover.
The deceased is survived by .T.
Rndle, of Farmington, J. M.
Rndle, Christ Radio, Mrs. Robert
VillldlVPI'. Mva. Liium-oiim. Utm.loc "''' E. I.C2 rhalnH to a oonmrj thon(i
' " ' '"--i i h. a iii.ir. u. 1B.M ulnilno to a rorni'r end
of Bonne Torre Mrs Oscar Mrivor t)inio n. dpi;. i min. u.Bi.-iociiaum u
oi iiuiiiiH ivuv, iius. WM.ar IIOJ Ol , , tt ijouinnloir. cintnlitauS2 3:JmTn
Sheriff Sule in Purtition.
llonry E. Slobcrt, Ludwlno Morrmi, Pas
oh.il Mornau. Wllbflmmu Wlntou ChailCH
Wlntiou, Anna Hurat, Aitlmr Hurst, Ixiulho
Dor.iey, nohrrt U. I)oroy, nd Kduii Slolirt,
Uudwlno Slelicrt and Aunos dloliort, mlnorK,
by Andrmv J. hluhort. thi'lr (limrrtl.iu, and
Andrew J. Sloburt, lil.ilutlffi.
Catherine Sleliert, Kuccni' Oli'dlnr, Rich
ard Olesler, Om-ar llloilur, Hcnnlo fUseler,
Uvollno rin-Hli'r, l.ulu uliflur, llt'rlitrt
neo Otto ami WUllftitt J. Llnitwodel.-'dcrolt-danta.
My vlrtuo and authority of n docoo and
order ot naif madi by tho Circuit Court of
tho County ot Slo. Otinociovc, or the Stato ot
MlMMourl, In the above entitled oausp, and
or a oortlriud uopy thnreor, lntBil January
in, 1913. and to mo, tho undorntKnod oliurtd,
dellorud. I will oil.
Thursilay, February (kh, 1913,
hetwi'i'ii tlio hours ol nlno o.idnclf In tho
fo.'vnoou and tlvo o'clock In t(r nflurnoon
of that day, at tho eiiKt front door nt tho
Court House In tho City ot Sto. (Innerlevc,
Ste. Oenoilove County, Missouri, m'll nt
imhllo voudure to tho Mitnent bidder, tho
rollowlnir doicrlbed real nutat-i Hltuated In
Ste. tlonovluie County, MKiourl, lo-wlt:
All that part ot Uultoil State Survey No.
conflriiR'd to Mario Louise Vallo Vlll.-ir-
oi'lior loital reprosentativeH and that part of
tho North Kant fractional quarter of section
Twcnty-elirlit (iff), Townihlp thlrty-sevon
(371, North ol Itanr.o nlnii (HI llnct nurveyml
fnllon-H, via: nenlnnlos at the norlhweit
corner of (JliarluH h'ltzK.im'H limit lu'lnir tho
HOutheant corner of the Into Andrew ilebort'.-!
land ami run thence north 47 rteir. vMinln, W.
17.1'J Chnltin to a fornor; thenco tu. W.
10.U ohilr.M to u rurnui i thenco N.n iU'. W.
H.6" chains to a corner: thrnco 8. 67 ileir. W.
s.46 rhaliiH to a corner; thence S, 23 dejc, K.
3.37 cbalnH to a eomor; (hence S. 67 deir. W,
is.no chains, thence 8. 11.20 chalna to a cor
ner: thenco 8. 17 doir. 20 mln. K. A.HI rhalim
to a coiner; thenco N UrtoK. 40 mln. K. 0.21
cjiiUiiH to a corner! tnnco H. 47 itei;. 2Q nun
If. l,ns ehnliw to a corner: llienco N. il dett
K. .. lP.f.4 ehulno to a corner r.nd
For fho "erilce or n Jaultoi for tt-e Court
Houmm ami l'remlflea. For L'etinr.'il lontilif..
I in en 1 1 or .laultor service apply at the County
For rurnlBhlint all the County Piibllo
Printing that may be tUiocteil. Hid to male
price tier Mipiare em.
For fnnilpliliii.- all irenctnl huppIIoh lor
Court llmne,. lull and Poor l-nrm; Mlllstufr
lor Poor Form; .'Meats tot Poor Farm.
Illan): bids tor tho above may be had by
applying at the County Clork'a olllce.
Tho Court reserves tho rlitbt to reject any
and all bids.
A. A. HAUMllAKTNKn.Clerlj.
Tho Harvey Oil Co.
Miss Alice Adnuis
is in town
and will reuiHiu until Junuary 25 (,pe QirardeaiK
Parties wanting to g,ve her an oi-r.,r(m iSnffrnott
the Me. (icuevieVe Brufts- Bund',
the well known violinist Miss
Blanoy.of St. Louis and Mr. Christ-.
inn h. Stover, vocal soloist, of
der, call Mrs. A. P. Weiler, phone
Mrs. Theresa Bollo, of St. Louis
1ms sold her interest in the City
Mills in this city to her brother
Oeorgft Wehner, who is now sole
pioprietor nnd munagor of the
Thirty-six shures of stock in Ste.
Gnnevievo Brewing & Lighting As
sociation, Apply to
. Wjj. P. Ht;mc,
Adm. P. 0. PalleVt.
Marriage license wore issued in
this city to Churles Harlon and
3;i,'gio Bairset, o Sprott, on Jan
iprvlti, and "Itobort Canon and
p.openco (i. Seliweiss, of Brickey,
ii Jnnnury 15.
Suffragettes" will greatly
nppreciate nny ussiHtunco given
them by the citizens of Sto. Geno
vieve. . n .
Ptcvontivo Myillcino to btj of vnlno
iiuist bknown hi detnil by each pur-
wu Wlionthu knnwledgo is ob
tnineil, to he offpftive, it must be
linictieed by enoh piTHon. On hc-
count of tlio vnlue. monev value n
well iik physicid vtihie,- of .keoping
wl, l'revontivt) Medii'lrio (Should bo
:tiiiitiit to eacb cliilil nloug vitli reml
ing, writiiiR, etc., tlm subjects in-
eluded in n so-i'iilled eomninn
school education, To tench' tills use
ful knowledjfe to tlio chiMrpii, lV;veu
live Medliihio ns n study kIioiiM, be iu
trodiiceil into every bcIiooI.
All coiiuiiuiiientlons uliould ho td
driiRtfi'd PrevcntivFi Mcdiglne, Univerf
sity of Musuiiri, Columbiu, MUour
of this city and Pied, Wuschischek,
Tho funeral occurcd at Bonne
Term Tuosday nfternoon from tho
Lutherrt church, Rev. Wideman
of Farmington conducted tho services.
Mr. und Mrs. Oscar J3oyer, and
son attended tho funeral.
Terms of Sulo, Cnnh.
Shorltl of Ste. aonovlove County, Mlmtotirl.
Church Statistics for 1912.
Mrs; Jnstinn Schwenr, neo
Schuler, beloved wife of Simon
Schwent, died at her home iu Sew
Offenburg, January 14, l'Jl't,
with n cainplication of diseases, at
the age of 43 .Veal's, ft months nnd
The deceased is tho daughter of
Charles Schuler, of this city. Be
sides a grief stricken-husband, sho
loaves 0 children, three .boys and
threo.girls, and many other rela
tives to mourn her loss. .
The funeral services wore- held at
tho Weiugurten Church with a re
quiem nigh. mass Thursday
for the Eucliro and Dauci; at Ar-
inory Hall Wodnosduy January
2!)th, l!Jl.i. Ctiv.cn by Woodman
Lodge. AduiUsion 2ocXac Par
ticulars Inter. w , .
The followiug statistics of the
births, deaths and marriages' for !
the year 1!H2, were taken from tho'
Catholic, chinch records of this 1
Thirty-one ninrrittgo ceremonies
were performed by the clergy,
of the c.ontractiug narties (wns a
Of the thirty-two burials which
occurcd from ho Cutliolic uhilreh
during the past year, five" were
of non-residents und brought hero, were jm-sengei on tho Frisco for
from other places. Seven of them ; St. Loui- Wednesday morning.
Herbert Bell of St. Louis is
visiting relatives in our city.
Harry Baird arrived homo from
St. Louis Weilip'silay evening.
G, Anton Reich nindo a busi
ness trip to Vallo Mines this
.Miss Agnes Range has icturncd
from a visit to relatives at St
.Mr.-. James Roth spent last
week with relatives at Bonuu
To n o.
hi'iiest Guard of Prairio du
t ...I ; . i i
jvuuiicr vi.-iicu uis si.-. icr in our
city this wouk.
.Mrs. Anna Roth left Wednes
day morning for a visit to rela
tives in St. Louw.
helix Potremiin, wife and son
Harry departed Wednesday night
tor a trip to Morula.
Mrs. Henry Pratto of Ponca
wa n Ste. Genevieve visitor tho
curly part of tho week.
loli ii Wohnor of St. Louiti
vNited his parol. ts iu this city tho
curly pint of the week.
.Mr. L. L. Renfrou nrricod
hero from Fnyvillc, III., Tuesday
eviiiiing to visit friends.
Mi-s Kathciine Jams of St.
Louis ui lived hero Thursday
nioining to viit relatives.
Aim Molla btrnughnn spent' 1(J
oovcrai (iiivs oi tins week with
relatives near Kariinngton.
10. C. Lclio mid ,1. W. Shaw
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MONDAY NIG BTP, FEB. 3RD
"THE COLORED SUFFRAGETTES"
The Young "WTornen cf Ste. Genevieve
F'or Tlie Benefit of
A mblk Mkaiy
25 & 35CIS
SEATS ON SALE AT
- jm. bsl mm mm. -w
THE GAUSMAN STOCK COMPANY
Will Present Townsend's Comedy Drama
Perils Of A Great City
By Tho ITollowijig Cast
Old Ben P Uoycej, '.Reginald Churchill, H. Hertich
flurold Westerly, P. Krnst; Iveuueth Alaraton, It. (JInik
Jiicobs, u lew ( . . AiJ Jon
Dexter, a detectivo, , - . uIll0j(1 (Jflfl.y
Lillian Marstpn - . Miss Gertrude Doeitro
Uyt.e lJeth . . . Mrs. A. K. Jones
Jane Ann Dovenl - - r,iiss A(3,.,0 5ovo(,
L. Gniisinan, F. Grass, C. Haunifrartner. Miss Gaus
inan and otheis quests nt .Jacobs Summer Garden
Under direction of CHAS. H. GAUSMAN
-A.Cim.l230lOX3. IO, 20 c2 aoc
Seats on sale at Rutledgo's Diner Store, and Moyera
s Lillian Hierk of
is tho (juu.st of her friend
Adt'lo Stoijli! of this city.
wore infants. '
Tho number of baptisms last
year was fitty-oisrht, whilo- the '.Mi
iiiunnnr mo proceeding year , was Dallurd ll;m am
one-nnnureu ami nve. i uis snows; Wednesday
a tallinj; on oi rorty-soven in one
Miss Lucy Menanl returned to
home, in St. Louis Monday
morning after a two weeks isit
to relatives in thin city.
Mrs. Dr. A. (5. Mover nnd lit
tle .son arrived homo Tuosday ove
ninu from a several weeks visit
to relatives in St. Louis.
John A limner and family Cfio
bride left huvo been visitinc relatives in tnir
niorniiiH for a few'city returned to their homo in St.
days visit to relatives iu St. Louis. Louis WedneMiay ovenin
Miss Kfiio Yngt returned homo
Card of Thanks.
I desire to express my pincoro
thiinks to the many friends und
neighbor for tho many kindnesses
shown duriiii; tho illness and' at' the
death and burial of my bolovod
mothir Mrs. Margaret Waschis
ehek. J. H. K.YDliE.
Sotneeno lias iuvonti'd a whisk
broom tlmt plsys a little tunc. You
hru'h your elotlm" to tlirt!0't'oiHtli;,tjrmt t
nnd waltz about tliu room ! Qmi'tl
von just see
TucMlny night, from u visit to rel
utivos nt Salem, III., and St.
XI.... 1,1... T I.i .r f.
a mnn lilf-well. Mv, """" oi.
instHiu..'. ileliL.lnii.L- in L,nu" W)ls 11,0 " "f lnilb-
riiiMlealer informs ,M Kdgiii' Naumanil of tins
I'm, or 18 i i i ill' ut'itivr iiiioriiiS!
iwthiit tlim-iiU 11 lot ut! fun In bit yiit.,"it.V hl"t week.
ten nut of the little liroom. J'm tlniK
bur of Kiving it to a frienrl of mini
who often takes n wliiik broom with
her in lii'r muff. Shu's one o(L tlion
Awfully piotiuuliir pi'iiplo who's nfninl
it little lint will hi'lit upon luir. I'll
Love her t in wiusk uroom wiinmit
Mrs. Edward Sohanf of St.
Mary's spout several days of this
week in Sto. (leiiovievo visiting
her mother and siMor.
Miss Lurlino 1'iat.to niiivoil
Mrs. U-tella Houletto iuid
il.uighler Miss Vivien returned
homo Thursday morning from "n
vi,it to liur sister Mis. Willinm
ti'llimr her about the tune ami' she'll hero from Mullrido 1' iulav and re
u't to iiinkou chII Mini nil of a smtilitn hl.li,1,l.i nil.j ij.,.,,.,,!.,.. i,rfl,. ,.
thoto'll bo music in her muff I Isn't """l,ul Satua.by bofoio ic-
tlmt a nlco uotiou f Ex. tunnnj- to at. Louis.
Mrs. (). II. England nnd
who have boon visiting bur
cut in this city returned to hor
hi'ino nt Hush Tower liut Friday
AL'sfi Lillian Albrecht. who has
been visiting hor friend MU-j
Charlotte Zieglor redirnol to hor
homo in St. Louis lust Sunday
Mr. Loin, Doergo and noit
Lodger of Hlootnsda.o ami Mrs.
William UcUcIiIm and children of
Urickev worn Slo. Genevieve vis
.Miss Marie Prey who has beeu
the guests of relative? . ami
friends in our city for several
week.- returned to her Homo in
St. Louis la-t Sunday evening.
Mrs. II. Fasor and Miss Martha
C - . t it.
oumvuin, or nr. Louis piWril
through our city Wednosdav on
tht-ii way to Now Offunhurg ti
nttend tlm funeral ,f 4Miy y(,mm
Herbert- Siobcrt of St., -Louis'
i spending this week with hfc
mother iu our city.
. Oharlcs Sehuler ami daughtei'.
Miss Dora and sons Ileniy 'imd
.lohn, Mrs. Emit tlrobe, Vincent,'
Schwent and ilauyhtor Mifs Ilosio-'
uttonud tho funeral of M,,
Simon Stihuont at Huw ()fft.M.