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PLAY
FAIR
VOLUME XLVIII
STB. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, JUNE 21, 1910
NO. 9
6
Married
Died
Fred Hammill, beloved hus
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Have us show you Fashion's
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that bring to you fullest realization
of Summer's joys.
Jokerst-Yealy
A camping party composed of
thirty Boy Scouts of Sparta, 111.,
arrived here Monday after
noon and left Tuesday morning
for their annual outing near
Woingarten.
Fresh meat and Groceries of
all kinds always on hand. Fred
S. Oborle'sfeat Market adv
Professor Weller of the Uni
versity of Chicago arrived in
Ste. Genevieve Monday with a
geological field class consisting
oT 15 pupils and departed Tues
day for their camp on the Little
Saline.
For Sale: 1918 model F?rd
Touring Car in good running
order. Inquire of
adv Lawrence Donze.
Diplomas were presented last
Sunday afternoon to 93 gradu
ates of the Catholic High Schools
at impressive ceremonies in the
New Cathedral in St. Louis.
Among the number was Roy J.
Janis, one of the two honor grad
uates in the classical course.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
Ailv.
It has been decided to have
the first Mass at Coffman Sun
day July 0, and thereafter will
be Mass and a sermon every
Sunday in temporary quarters,
until the church is erected.
'The people of Coffman might
well be felicitated upon obtain
ing the services of so able a
priest as Rev. Father Walsh and
having services not occasionally,
but every Sunday and holyday
hereafter.
Set among tlio firs in the frozen North, a story as big
anil mighty, yet as simple as Nature- itself Monroe Salis
bury, tlio peerless master of emotional acting if, the. star.
Added Comedy "THREE IN BOX"
No advance
4n admission
Mercantile
o.
Farms and houses and lots for
salt. fc3et Felix J. lligdon. adv
Rev. Father C. L. van Touren
hout will leave Sunday night for
Lafayette, La., to attend the Sil
ver Jubilee of Rev. Father W.
Teurling, pastor of the Cathe
dral in that city. He will also
visit New Orleans and Ocean
Spring, Miss., before returning
home.
When in need of cut flowers for fu
nerals, weihliims. piirtios or decora
tive purposes, we will furnish them
in any design desired. Prieos always
reasonable. Phone li)!).
adv Lko G. UasIiKR.
The feast of Corpus Christi
will be solemnized in Ste. Gene
vieve Sunday. At 7:00 a Solemn
High Mass followed by the pro
cession of the Blessed Sacra
ment to the three repositories,
which will be erected at the Con
vent, the Vaetlv residence and at
the Rectory. The last benedic
tion will bo given in the church.
The local band and different so
cieties will accompany the pro
cession, while the local K. of C.
council will form the gaurd of
honor. The last Mass will bo a
low Mass at 10 o'clock.
Wanted: Reliable girl for
treneral housework. Prefer one
to e:o home nights. Good wages.
Annl.v at this office. adv
Michelin Universal Treads
31x4 $27.90
Will lit any i50x$clincer rim.
The correct size casting for
most cars equipped with
30x3 tire.
Stanton Garage
Ford
Authorized Sales and Service
TO-Night
Monroe Salisbury
anil an all star cast in
"The Blinding Trail"
Unlvorjal Special in U parts
LYRIC
A wedding of much interest to
the many friends of the young
couple was solemnized at St.
Vincent's Catholic Church in St.
Louis during a 9 o'clock Mass
Saturday morning, .Tunc 14;
1919, when Miss Lily M. Ostor
man became the bride of Henry
G. Hertichllev. Father Mosor
officiating. Their attendants
were Robert Uxa. General Sec
retary of the K. of C., of Jeffdr
son Barracks, and Miss EditHi
Osterman, a sister of the bride.
A wedding dinner was served at
the bride's home to the immed
iate relatives. The happy couple
arrived here on the night train
and remained until Monday
evening, the guests ol irienus
and renewing old acquaintances.
At the conclusion of his furlough
Friday, June 20, they departed
for San Antonio, Texas, where
the groom is general secretary
of the Knights of Columbus at
Jelly Field.
William Beck of St. Louis, and
Miss Anna Langelia of Weingar
ten, were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony at the
Catholic Church at River aux
Vases on Tuesday morning,
June 17, 1919, at 9 o'clock, the
ceremony was performed by
Rev. Broeckleman. After the
ceremony a jNuptiai iiign Mass
followed. The groom is the son
of Joseph Beck and Josephine
iettern of Farmington, and the
bride is the daughter of Louis
langelia and Mary Labruyere.
The witnesses were Joseph
langelia, a cousin of the bride,
and Miss Emma Langelia, a
sister of the bride. They will
make their home n St. Louis.
On Monday morning, June 10,
1919, at 9 o'clock at SS. Philip
and James Church, River aux
Vases, Mo., Nicholas Kreitler
was united in holy matrimony to
Matilda Schuh. The groom is a
son of the late Gotfried Krietler
and Anna Kist, and the bride is
the daughter of the late Valen
tine Schuh and Mary Jokerst.
The attendants weifc Henry
Hurst and Cecilia Govreau. The
newly married couple will make
their home on a farm near River
aux Vases.
John S. Hertling and Mrs.
Mary Herzog, nee Hazel, were
married at SS. Peter tmd Paul's
Catholic Church in St. Louis
Tuesday morning, June 17, 1919,
at 0 o'clock, by Rev. Father
Stephens. The bride is well
known here and has many
friends who join with us in wish
ing them much happiness.
Automobile Owners
We are now prepared to give
you the expert service that we
have promised you during the
past season. Our machinist,
Robert .1. Uaum, 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. We suggest that all Over
land owners of cais purchased
from our firm, bring them to us
for adjustment as soon as possi
ble, same will be made without
charge. You will also find at
our Garage a complete lino of
Auto Accessories, including
Tires, Tubes, etc.
adv OVERLAND AUTO CO.
For Sale: 133 acre farm
about 4 miles from town on
the Farmington road.
William H. Skxaphh,
Route No. 1
adv Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
band of Mrs. Mary Hammill,
nee Herzog, died at his home in
East St. Louis, 111., Tuesday
morning, June 17, 1919. Tlio fu
neral took place Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The de
ceased was a brother-in-law of
Leon Herzog of Ste. Genevieve
Mrs. Catherine Hoffman, died
at her home in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Friday June 13, 1919,- after a
lingering illness, aged about 'i8
years. She leaves to mourn her
loss four children, two sons and
two daughters, also two sisters,
Mrs. Elizabeth Joergorsen of
East St. Louis aud Miss Bar
bara Kaiser of Ste. Genevieve,
who were with her when she
died.
Circuit Court Proceeds
Tuesday, June 17, 1919.
Piero Clere vs. Anua Clere,
divorce granted as prayed for in
petition.
F. X. Grass and T. B. Straugh-
an vs. St. L. S. F R. It. Co.,
motion for now trial overruled.
Albert Hoffman vs. John S
Giihiuaun, cause dismissed at
cost of plaintiff.
Louise E. Demorters vs. John
H. Parmeuter, continued to next
regular term, motion for new trial
pending,
Julia Lultose and Pelagic Pal
let! vs. Frank and John lloussin,
trial by court, evidence produce!
and taken under advisement.
Charles Dorrh vs. Pemiscot Co.
liauk. plant'iff allowed to iile
amended petition and caubo eon
tinned.
Wkdnesdav, June 18, 1919.
Frank Grass and T. B
Straughan vs. St. Louis and
San Francisco R. R. Co. Appea
granted to St. Louis Court ol
Appeals.
Alice Byrne vs. John F
Byrne et al. Argument of
council before the court am"
same taken under advisement
Cause continued until next term.
Court appoints W. P. Huck
trustee for heirs of F. H. Huck.
Bond fixed at $2,000.00.
Court Adjourned.
Next Week at The
NOBBY THEATRE
Sunday
C4RLYLE BLACKWELL
in "Hitting The Trail"
Mini
CHARLEY CHAPLIN
in a now picturo
"Tripple Trouble"
Tuesday
BILLY RHODES in
"Hoop La"
MUll
HAROLD LLOYD
in "Two Gun Gussie"
Thursday
CONSTANCE TALMADGE a
y .. uc? in A
V 111 UtJIlUUl a
y and tlio usual
Christie Comedy
Andrew Heed, of St. Mary's,
aged 11) years, was drowned in tlio
Saline Creek, two miles north of
St Mary's lust Friday oyeniug.
Reed, who was employed as a ser
vieo oar driver, was iii swimming
with another boy when the acci
dent happened. The body was
taken to St. Mary's where and in
quost was hold.
BOVERIE STORE CO,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
..
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ecu
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AND
FURNISHINGS
MENS FURNISHING GOODS
COAL OIL STOVES
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES'
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GROCERIES
0 0
New Auto Laws.
Governor Gardner has ap
proved a bill to add to the pro
tection of automobile owners
from thieves. The law provides
that -when the owner of a li
censed automobile sells it he and
the ourehaser must go before
some official with a seal and
make the transfer, and both ven
dor and vendee must sign the
same and when the transfer is
acknowledged it will become a
bill of sale.
Every owner of an automobile
must procure a license from the
secretary of state in his or her
name. The possession of an
automobile by someone other
than the original owner without
the transfer mentioned is made
priinafacie evidence that the
vehicle was stolen. There is no
way that a thief can obtain the
necessary transfer, and without
this authority his assertion of
ownership would subject him to
arrest.
The law is now in full opera
tion and the secretary of state
will at once send out copies to
all the owners of automobiles, to
the end that they may be fully
informed as to what is expected
of them if they sell or trade
their automobiles.
Knights of Columbus
Attention!
-
All Knights of Columbus, Ste.
Genevieve Council, ate urgently
requested to attend Solemn High
Mass at Ste. Genevieve Sunday,
June 22nd, at 7:30 a. in. for
Corpus Christi celebration. The
Knights will form a Guard of
Honor for the Blessed Sacrament
during the possession. Bring
your badges and como early for
instructions from tlio Warden.
Hkv. A. A. Wkmpe, Chaplain.
Born.
To the wife of Edward Chap
plus of Perryville, Mo., on Juno
17, 1910, a girl.
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.
Dr. HanS Andersen, of St.
Louis, has located at. Bloomsdale,
Mo., and will answer calls by
day or by nicht. Office over
Bank of Bloomsdale. adv
Henry Rozier, a member of
St. Mary's College Alumni As
sociation left here Friday morn
ing for St. Mary's, Kansas, to
attend the triennial Alumni Con
vention, which was held there
June 14 to 17. An arch was
dedicated Monday and will serve
as a memorial of the 150 St.
Mary's men who went into the
service, of these nineteen gave
up their lives, including Lieut.
William T. Fitzsimmons, who
was a St. Mary's student, the
1st United States officer killed
in France.
Diplomas were presented
Tuesday morning to four gradu
ates at St. Joseph's Academy in
St. Louis, among whom was
Miss Mildred Rutledge of Ste,
Genevieve. ' She was also award
ed a gold medal for Christian
Doctrine and Vocal Music.
Arch Bishop Glennon addressed
the graduates, then followed a
Solemn High Mass, sang by
Rev. Father van Tourenhout,
with Father Lloyd, as deacon and
Father Thompson, as sut dea
con, Arch Bishop Glennon as
sisting at the throne. After the
Te Deum an elaborate lunch was
served and a reception was held
by the graduates in the parlors
of the convent to a number of
their relatives and friends.
Jules Boyer of Bonne Terre,
who has been a patient in St.
Anthony's Hospital, St. Louis,
for the past four weeks, is much
improved, and expects to return
home in a short time. His ail
ment was pronounced pernicious
inemia, and the physicians found
tranfusion of blood was neces
sary to save the patient. A
daughter Miss Margaret Boyer,
who has been nursing in St.
Louis for some time, willingly
offered the sacrifice, and on
Thursday, June 5, the transfu
sion was performed, and proved
very successful. Miss tloyer's
arm was left quite sore, but she
was able to resume her duties
in a few 6ys. Bonne Terro
News-Register.
For Sale
The old Douglas liouso on tlio
Little Uoolc road, cornsr Mniu ami
Lnlmyo streets. Apply at Hiucli
& Douulus Drug Store. adv

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