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FAIR
VOLUME XLVIII
STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, JUNE 14, 1910
NO. 8
We've Just Received
A Few Aliractive New Styles in Men's and
Young Men's Suits Exactly the Styles
that Young Men Want,
The waist scam models lead of course they've been the
big hit with the young fellows and are very stylish and are
made of pretty weaves.
nevest furnishings
SOFT SHIRTS, NECKWF-AR, SILK AND LINEN
COLLARS, BELTS, SUSPENDERS, HOSIERY IN PLAIN
AND FANCY COLORS, BOSTON AND PARIS SUP
PORTERS, FINE UNDERWEAR, STRAW HATS, CAPS,
STYLISH SHOES AND OXFORDS.
We appreciate your kind patronage.
Jokerst-Tealy
Farms and houses and lots for
salu. See Felix .1. Kigdou. adv
A marriage license was issued
in Ste. Genevieve on June u,
1919, to Nicholas F. Kreitler and
Matilda Schuh of River aux
Vases.
Fresh meat and Groceries of
all kinds always on hand. Fred
S. Oberle's Meat Market adv
The Ste. Genevieve Base Ball
Club was reorganized this week.
All players are requested to be
at the park Sunday afternoon,
June 15th.
Fourteen boys and seven girls
will receive their first Holy Com
munion at SS. Philip and James
Catholic Church at River aux
Vases Sunday.
When in need of cut flowers lor fu
iioimIk, wtiilrtimrs. pintios or tlerorn
tivo purposes, wo will furnish thoin
in any lt'siin ilesireil. Prices - always
rtmsniinble. Phono 1"!I.
adv IjKO C. Hahlku.
Dr. Hans Andersen, of St.
Louis, has located at Bloomsdale,
Mo., and will answer calls by
day or by night. Office over
Bank of Bloomsdale. adv
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
Ailv.
Rev. Virgil Wilson and wife
arrived here from Esther Tues
day. Ho will have charge of the
Methodist Church at Ste. Gene
vieve, St. Mary's and. Lead
Station and will make his homo
in Ste. Genevieve.
A large number of children
will approach the Holy Table for
the first time next SUnday at
7:30 Mass. 41 girls and 84 boys.
After the Mass breakfast will be
served to the first communicants
by the ladies of the parish.
Felix Sexauer and his son,
William, while looking over his
farm on the Fredericktown xoad
"Wednesday afternoon" "noticed
some smoko and upon investi
gating found the back of the
Evening Shado school house in
flames. They promptly set to
work and extinguished the Ihe,
the origin of which is unlcuown.
No trespassing on my property
day or incut.
udy Thomas J , Hozusu.
Mercantile
o.
Postmaster General Burleson
lias notified all postmasters that
the rate of postage on first class
letter mail is to be changed effec
tive July 1, the rate reverting to
two cents an ounce.
The body of Lee Pelate, who
was drowned in the Mississippi
River at Brickey's on' May 22nd
was taken from the river four
miles below Seventy Six Land
ing by Munson Parker Tuesday
The remains were brought to
Ste. Genevieve and buried Wed
nesday afternoon from the
Catholic Church. Interment in
the Valle Spring Cemetery.
Three United States Navy
Seaplanes of the antisubmarine
flotilla, which is on its way up
the river, passed over Ste. Gene
vieve Wednesday at 11 a. m.
The plans arrived in St. Louis at
11:50 a. m., having made the
flight from Cairo, 111., to St.
Louis in one hour and iU min
utes. The llotilla passed Ste
Genevieve Thursday.
Thos. H. Ince offers
CHARLES RY
in Paramount
"His Own Home Town"
It' you woro ever side
tracked, forty miles from
nowhere, you'll appreciate
the "old home town." If
you have n warm spot in
your heart for your town
hero's the picturo lor you.
Added:
"Smiling Bill" Parsons"
in Goldwun'n
"UP A TREE"
just a onae of wooini;
by proxy. It'a a riot!
Also
"From Mud Dog""
Foiu Educational
SUNDAY'
LYRIC
On Friday June 20th, the Pa
rochial School will close a very
successful year. At 8 o'clock
the graduates will receive their
rlinlnmns in the church. The
address will be delivered by the
Rev. Pastor, after the break
fast, which will be served at the
Parochial School. The award
ing of medals and closing exor
cises will take place in the Pa
rochial School Hall. Four have
iinished the tenth grado and lif
teen the eight grade,
Married
A pretty wedding of much in
terest to a wide circle of friends
was quietly solemnized at the
Catholic Church, Wednesday
morning, June 11, 1910, at a G
o'clock Nuptial Mass, when Miss
Edna A. Petrequin, the accom
plished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Petrequin, became
the bride of Herman L. Pautler
Rev. Father C. L. van Touren
bout officiating. The bride wore
a becoming suit of tan silk faille,
witli a white picture hat, and
carried a bouquet of white roses.
Miss Laura Koetting, a cousin
of the groom, attended as maid
of honor, and wore a frock of
pink georgette crepe, with hat
to match, nnd carried a bouquet
of pink roses, and Alvan Petre
quin, a brother of the bride, ser
ved as best man. After the cer
emony a wedding breakfast was
served at the bride's home to
the near relatives, and immedi
ately after the happy couple left
in an automobile for Chester,
from there will proceed to Chi
cago and other points. They
will make their home in Ste.
Genevieve, whore the groom is
employed in the Bank of Ste.
Genevieve.
A wedding which name as
surprize to their many menus
was solemnized in Ste. Gene
vieve Sunday afternoon, June 8,
10151, at 1:30 o'clock, when Otto
E. Koetting and Mrs. Mollie
Naumann, both popular young
people of this community, were
married at the Catholic Church,
Rev. Father C. L. van Touren
hout nerforming the ceremony
The witnesses to the ceremony
were Miss Laura Koetting and
Felix Koetting, a sister ind
brother of the groom. A supper
was served to the near relatives
at the bride's home and immed
iately after the happy couple
left on the Steamer Bald Eagle
for St. Louis, and from there
will visit Chicago and other
northern cities. They will re
side in Ste. Genevieve where the
groom is employed in his
Hugo W. Bariham and Miss
Hattio M. Murnhy were mar
ried in Ste. Genevieve Saturday
June 7, 1010, by Joseph H.
Vorst, J. P. '
Stanley S. Shirley of St.
Mary s and Blanche 1". Boyle of
Perry County were married at
West Chester, Monday June 2,
1010, by Rev. George I-lildner.
Born.
To the wife of Henry P.
reau of Ste. Genevieve, on
Mo
June
7, 1010, a boy.
Automobile Owners
We are now prepared to give
you the export service that we
havo promised you during the
past season. Our machinist,
Robert J. Baum, has returned
from the army service, during
his stay in service he has had a
great deal of experience with all
makes of cars. Under his sup
ervision wo can give you the
very best service and workman
ship in repairing any type of
car. Wo suggest that all Over
land owners of cars purchased
from our firm, bring them to us
for adjustment as soon as possi
ble,, same will be made without
charge. You will also Had at
our Garage a complete line of
Auto Accessories, including
Tires, Tubes, etc.
adv OVERLAND AUTO CO.
Wanted: Reliable girl for
general housework. Prefer one
to go homo nights. Good wages.
Apply at this otllce. udv
City Council.
Regular meeting, Monday,
June 0, 1019.
Meeting was called to order by.
Mayor F. Anton Weiler. Present:
Mayor Weiler, Aldermen Gries
haber, H. llehm, Vogt, Du
Rocher, Stuppy and G. Rehin,
Marshal Abernathy and Clerk
Jam's.
Minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
Collector's report was read
and ordered filed.
Jules Petrequin presented
petition to the Board asking for
a change of road and elimination
of two crossings on N. Gabon rie
Creek at the N. W. limits of the
city. It was ordered that sound
ings be made for the depth of
rock along proposed change of
road and chat the City Attorney
render an opinion in regard to
same.
An Ordinance to issue bonds
of the city was adopted.
Bills to the amount of $775.51
were allowed and ordered paid.
Streets lights were ordered
installed at the following places.
Fifth and Merchant Sts.. Front
St. at J. Eft' rein's property, near
C, Morice property.
Meeting adjourned.
NOTICE
I am now located steady in my
shop in the rear of my residence
on Main St., and am prepared to
do all kinds of work on steam
tractor engines and gasoline
tractors, will repair all kinds of
farm machinery, broken cast
ing's welded with American
welding outfit, gunsmith work,
etc.
adv FELIX SUCHER.
A mitii may be down but
lie's never out
The Salvation Army.
This Week at
Sunday
George Walsh in
"I'll Say So"
The man who put the move in
itiovintr piutures.
Hntlier than take his hat oil to
iinyoiu) he didn't wear one.
A breathless hour.
Tlio usual
Sunshine Comedy
"The Fatal Marriage"
and
Mutt and Jeff
7:30
The Rt. Rev. Theophile Meor
schaert, D. D., Bishop of Okla
homa City, spent Pentecost
Sunday in Ste. Genevieve, on his
way to Belgium, the guest
of the local clergy. He
said the Low Mass at 7:il0 and
assisted on the throne at the
High Mass, delivering a sermon
at botli Masses. Ho departed
for New York via Cincin'nitti on
Monday and will sail for Le
Havre, France, on the steamer
L'Espagnc on June 21st.
THE
FASTEST
BALL
TEAM
In This Section
WANTED
Every Ball Player, Profes
sional or Amateur to be at
the Ball Park Sunday, June
15th, at 2 p..m,
BOVERIE STORE CO.
GENERAL. MERCHANDISE
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY
JUST RECEIVED A BIG LOT
OF ROOM SIZE AX M I N I STE R
AND TAPESTRY BRUSSEL RUGS
AND LINOLEUMS.
DISTINCTIVE IN DESIGNS
POPULAR IN PRICE.
SOLE AGENTS
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
AND RECORDS
Forty sticks of dynamite tied
together with a piece of copper
wire were found in an alley at
the rear of the Eugene Field
School by Welton H. Rozier,
4-151 Westminister place, last
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Rozier was on his way to a
garage in the alley when, he
says, he picked up the bundle.
The dynamite was labeled "Ru-
pont Red Cross, 40 per cent."
The package, police say, was not
in the form of a bomb, and had
no fuse or anything attached
tiiat would explode it. St. Louis
Post-Dispatch.
The
NOBBY THEATRE
Tuesday
Gail Kane in
"Love's Law"
A woudorfull story presented in
a dolinhtfull way with an cii
truneing still ably supported
a ud
Harold Lloyd in
15 minutes of laughs
Piano and Victrola Music
p. m. Two Shows 9:30
Ste, Genevieve to Have a Base Ball Club
This Year,
The Ste. Genevieve Base Ball
Club was reorganized at a meet
ing held this week. A. J. Sie
bert called the meeting to order
and W. V. Wilder was elected
Chairman and Guy Paxton, Sec
retary. A. J. Siobert, A. J. Wil
der and F. X. Siebort were
elected as Board of Directors to
assist tlio Chairman and Secro
ry in handling tiie business of
the club. A. J. Siobert was
elected Treasurer and P. J. Ro
zier was selected to manago the
team. The total assets of
the old organization was turned
over to the support of this years
club. A committee was ap
pointed, 'ith instructions to
have the grounds put in shape
by next Sunday and the Secre
tary was ordoFed to post and ad
vise all the ball players to be on
the Diamond S.unday afternoon
Juno 15th. The directors will
"hold a meetiug Friday to com
Presence of a bluish, starchy
paste on the cut stem of water
melons appearing on market this
year should not arouse suspi
cions that the fruit is in an "un
healthy" condition. The Depart
ment of Agriculture took pains
to explain in Washington last
Saturday that this paste is
an evolution of experts of the
department to protect the stem-
end of the watermelon from
rapid decay after the fruit has
been plucked and shipped to
market. Its presence, there
fore, should be taken rather as a
guarantee that the fruit is all
that it purports to be.
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Thursday
Marion Davies in
'Getting Mary Married'
Would you rather havo money
lots and lots of it or have the
man you love?
Ho couldn't mako love to hor
directly so he hired a substitute
to help liim out.
And a
Christie Comedy
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p. m.
plete arrangements. There is
no reason at all why Ste. Gene
vieve should not have one of the
best clubs in southeast Missouri.'
The talent is available and all
that is needed is the assistance
of the public, by their attend
ance at the games and boosting it
along.
J. Paul Bergor, President of
the J. H. Teasdale Counnisioa
Co., St. Louis, is spending his
vacation in St. Mary's the guest
ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schaaf.
Micfielin Universal. Treads
31x4 $27.90
Will lit any 80x8Xcllncer rim.
Tlio correct size casting for
most cars equipped with
5!Ox8X tiro.
Stanton Garage
Ford
Authorized Sales and Servico

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