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FAIR PLAY. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
aa he priced
ic? aerate ly
- Michelin users, familiar with the unsurpassed quality of
Michelin Tires, often ask "Row is it possible to sell Michelin
Tires at prices no higher than ordinary makes."fc
The answer is to he found in Micheiin's unequalled expe-
- rience and in Micheiin's watchword "Economical Efficiency." ,
Michelin invented (ho pneumatic auto
mobile tire in 1895, and since then has
concentrated tin the production of pneumatic
tires only.. This unrivalled experience has
taught Michelin how to make better tires
- Moreover, the House of Mtcltelln, unlike
many other big enterprises, has not per
mitted economy to be sacrificed to rapid
growth or to the desire for ostentatious
display. Every expenditure that wilt result
In greater efficiency is cheerfully made, but
any expense that cannot pass this test Is
scrupulously avoided. Consequently ynu
wilt not find mahogany iurniiureor expen
sive decorations in Michelin offices. Nor
wilt you find Michelin branches located in
big expensive buildings where smaller,
' simpler quarters answer Just as we;l,
'Hence it is that Michelin Tires and
Tubes can be sold at prices no higher
than ordinary makes, though they
are recognized as the world's quality
Sto. Genevieve, Mo.
Mrs. H. L. Rozier was a St.
Louis visitor Monday.
Charles Huclc visited friends
at Bonne Terre last week.
Edward J. Gegg of "Wcingar
ten left last Friday for St. Louis.
Fred Meyers of St. Louis
visited Ste. Genevieve this week.
Misses Elvina and Zita Jog
gerst of River aux Vases are
visiting in St. Louis.
Miss Doris Bono left last Sun
day morning for a visit to her
sister at Caruthersville.
Mrs. Agnes Halter who has
been visiting her sister Mrs,
Mary Cummings of our city re
turned to her home in St. Louis
Alvin Herzog is spending this I Archibald Naumann who is
1- . l n f 1 1 . . ; 1. ! . ! .. i. l l; i r i .
wee-it as luupiuwooo visiung ins iuiiunuing is.enricit oennnory ar
rived home last Saturday night
to spend his vacation.
sister Mrs. Edward Wohmeyer
Miss Uessie Iliney of St.
Louis was the guest of lelatives
in our city the early part of the
Miss Mary Lahay loft Wed
nesday morning for Charleston,
Mo. to visit her brother James
John Blandford who is on a
furlough from Camp Bragg, N.
C, is visiting relatives at New
Leonard Kolun finished his
course of dentistry at the Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thorn
ure were the guests of relatives
in St. Louis from last Saturday
until Monday night.
Miss Elfie Vogt accompanied
by her niece Miss Marie Ziegler
returned home Monday night
from a visit to St. Louis.
Henry Ritter who was oversea
and discharged from var ser
- r ivi . .
muu .it. vj.imp nice, iri;., re
turned home this week.
Mrs. Edwaid G. Matthews
I 1 1 . 1 . . . f- T . . 1 . -a r ,
ington University last week. ' ,l,m ,J,UJ- U1 Jcison, aims., are
Mis parents Mr. and Henry I
Kohm and sister Mrs. Hilda
Buck and children attended the
Mo ine Ultra Tractor
Will do aSI the work you now
do with horses.
One Man Operates Tractor
And All Implements
(When one man does the work
of two just think of what you
will save in time and money
Buy The Best
Ask us to demonstrate with
out cost or obligation to you
Overland Automobile Co.
Phone 155 Ste, Genevieve, Mo,
visiting in our city the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Vogt
Mrs. Emily Burgert and son
Charles left Tuesday night for
Riley's Lake, 111., to visit her
daughter Mrs. Hugo Sulire.
Miss Molhe Edwards of St.
Louis was theguestof her friend
Miss Lillian Weiler of our city
last Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Esther lloseman of St.
Johns Hospital, St. Louis who
is the guest of her parents at St.
Mary's visited relatives in Ste.
Miss Lura Daily of Commerce
arrived hero last Sunday eve
ning and visited Mr. and Mrs
E. D. Vogt until Monday evening
when she left for St. Louis.
Warren Stanton, Fred Richer
and Sam Beauchainp were pas
sengors on the steamer Bale
Eagle for St. Louis last Sunday
returning home Tuesday.
Emile J. Lelio of the U. S
Navy arrived here from Charles
ton, Mass., last Friday night on
a furlough to relatives. He was
accompanied by his wife.
:irs. iMiwnanuei uoctalr stiul
son Howard and daughter Iris
are spending this week near
Prairie du Rocher visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Charles Delcominuno left
'I iiesday morning for I'orryvillo
to visit nor sistor Mrs. Ed wan
ft i ftt
unappius. 5iio was accompa
nied by her little niece Athala
William Thotnureof St. Louis
visited his mother and ,sister in
our city last Sunday.
John Busier returned home
Wednesday from a visit to hi
daughter at Dexter.
Miss Viola Lalumondiere ol
St. Louis is visiting relatives and
friends in Ste. Genevieve.
James Marr returned home
last Sunday night from a busi
ness trip to Hannibal, Mo.
Miss Jeannette Burke was a
week end visitor in our city the
guest of Dr. and Mrs Louis
Mrs. G. W. Cluke of Kirk
wood is visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. George Vogt at River
Hilbort and Filmore Kern who
were discharged from the U. S.
Navy in New York returned
Mrs. Tom Lalumondiere and
daughter Miss Lucille were the
guests of friends at Cape Girar
deau last Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. G. M. Rutledge sic:
companied by her daughter Miss
Mildred returned home from St.
Louis Wednesday night.
Mrs. Anna Spilker of St.
Louis arrived here Tuesday
night on the steamer Bald Eagle
to visit her daughter Mrs. R. L.
Mrs. Cora Menard of St.
Louis arrived here Wednesday
morning to visit her nieces Mrs.
Frank Rozier and Mrs. Dr. H.
Miss Katherine Meyers who
ias been teaching at the Han
cock public school in St. Louis
irrived home last week to spend
Edgar Rehm and Herbert
Baumstark who recently finished
their course of dentistry at the
St. Louis University returned
ionic last week.
Lanphcr Siebert and Charles
Wilson who were oversea and
were discharged from war ser
vice at Camp Taylor. Kv.. re
turned home last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butter-
Held and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Holler of Farmington spent last
Thursday and Friday in our city
the guests of William Blank-
led go and family.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kreit-
ler and Miss Dena Kroitler of
St. Louis visited their father
Leo Kreitler of near Weingar
ten last Saturday and Sunday
who is seriously ill.
Sergeant Leslie S. Thompson
of Camp Upton, Long Island,
wlip is on a furlough left hero
Wednesday night lor a visit to
Jonesboro, Ark., accompanied
by his wife and little son Lester,
Mrs. John Walker and little
daughter Audrey returned home
'Ui ity .1 i. f'n.x..-. i . . 1. ......
at Jackson. They were acconi
pained by Mrs. B. F. Davenport
of Poplar Bluff and Steve Kirk
say of Jackson.
Miss Kathleen O'Herin who
has been theguestof Miss Kath
erine Rozier for the past month
returned to her homo at Par
sons, Kan., last Friday. During
her stay hero Miss O'Herin
made many friends and was de
Jcfaoii City Letter
Governor Gardner Calls Special Session
lo Act cn Federal Suffrage
i vernor Gardner's action in
mi H i u u n special session of the
letishiture to net on the Federal
attiiMidment (minting emml suf
frage to women is meeting with
thii approval of the people of the
stnl e generally.
In the call the Governor desig
nated Wednesday. July 2, as I ho
dale for the meeting and expresses
the liopo that final action may lie
taken on July 4,( ami that the
amendment may ho adopted ou the
nntal day of the country. This,
he believes, would be a lilting con
clusion to the long light which has
been waged by the women for
It, is believed the amendment
will lie adopted in a very short
time as the membership of the
assembly expressed a belief in
suffrage at the Inst session by
granting it for the election - of
president and vice-president.
The preliminary expense of the
session will bo $9,471 which comes
from tho following source: Mile
age for the members' of the senate.
$1,288; per diem for Semite mem
bers, Soyf); mileage for House,
$.3,523; per diem for House,
$2,355. Each additional day will
cost $1,100 and results from $880,
per diem of IIouso and Senate
members and $220 as salary for
officers and clerks. The printing
expense which will bo added to
this is a small item.
PBDDOn MARKET REPORT
1 lour (nliilll 100 pounds 1,1 " 7
i.'uin " " !
Siirlne "7 I.I
Ducks Ill 2:1
(il'CKU , II
Onions icr II '2i(
Irish I'olntoi-s $1.(1,,
Swi-el I'lilnlocs tl.M I
Sull per barrel , 3 Ml
liny .' l 2
tfrntlier 40 (M
Clover Heed $li! IS
Official Court Directory.
Circuit Judge Peter II. Thick
Presiding Judge Thos. II. Straughan
Associate Judge, Dist. 1
Lawrenco A. Herzog
Associate Judge, Dist. 2
Recorder of Deeds
County Clerk A
Felix J. Itigdon
Felix J. Higdon
Frank J. Hack
James F. Gerry
Wm. P. Huek
Leo P. Fallort
Joseph II. Rehm
C. J. Stanton
County Supt. of Schools
Miss Vivian Gaty
Co. Surveyor Win. IJ. Ulackledgo
Coroner John Raslor
Public Adniinisttator Leo S. Y&ily
Reports aro. in circulation that
an increase in the assessd valuation
of the state's property for taxation
purpose will soon bo made at 11
meeting of the State Board of
Equalization. The loss of revenue
from liq ior traffic has necessitated
an increase 111 the state's rovenue
as a result of direct taxes. A
portion of the loss was made up by
the income, inheritance and cor
poration franchise tax laws but the
foal and personal property will bo
forced to bear a portion of the
burden. It is believed that tho
valuation of property will bo in
creased about 2o pur cent over that
of last year.
After a visit to the King and
Queen of the Belgians and an
inspection of tho war-ruined re
gion of their country at tho end
of the weelc President and Mrs.
Wilson will embark at a French
port lor the United States. It
is expected that he will sail next
- - .
S100 Reward, $100
The leader? of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
ncen ahle to cure In all Its stages nnd
that. Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
Influenced by c institutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and
acts thru the niood on the Mucous Sur
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stltutlon and assisting naturo In doing Its
yorh. , The proprietors have so much
faith In tho curative powers of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls
to cure. 8cnd for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 76c.
In addition to vetoing items in
the appropriation bills amounting
to $l,20li,42,'.8!) Governor Gard
ner has announced that ho has
held up" tho expenditure of
$l,2:7,2i5(5. This amount is timing
troin the appropriation ot every
department and institution of the
state's business. Tho Governoi
is determined to keep tho affairs
of tho state on a sound financial
basis.and unless tho finances are in
such a shapo as to warrant, none
of tho amount named will bo re
leased to bo expended. Every in
dication points to a successful ad
ministration of the state's aliairs
by Governor Gardner who has
been vitally interested in placing
tho statu on a cash hasys.
CntcuiT CouitT, meets on fourth Mon
day in April and October.
County Cooirr, meets onllrstMonday
in May, August, November and Feb
ruary. Puoiiatk Couiit, meets on 2nd Mon
day in May, August, November and
C1TV OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor, F. A. Weiler.
Aldermen 1st Ward, Bernard Grics-
haber and Harry Rehm.
Aldermen 2rd Ward, Simon DnRochor
and 10. D. Vogt
Aldermen 3rd Ward, George Snippy
and Gottliol) Rehm.
President of Hoard E. D. Vogt.
Clerk, LcClerc Janis.
Cqllcctor, John Herter.
Marshal, Robt. Abernathy.
City Attorney. C. J. Stanton.
Board's regular meeting, second
Monday of each month.
Firo liioiiraueo buyers of the
state have been saved $1,000,000
by the action of Insurance Super
intendent A. 1j. Ilarty and Attor
ney General MeAllistor taking the
rate case to tho supreme court.
Insurance companies desired an
increase of ten per cent in lutes.
Harty refused this and suit was
begun against him. The matter
was turned over to General Mc
Allister with tho lesult as above
stated. In rendering the decision
tho supremo court held that all lire
insurance rates aro to be approved
by tho Superintendent of Insurance.
Thp many friends of J. Kelly
Pool will bo glad to know that ho
has been ro-appointed as a member
of tho State Prison Hoard for a
term of six years. The past two
years have been about 'the llrst ju
tho history of tho prison iu which
there has been no charge of soaii
dul connected with it.
mm o c
No trespassing on my property
day or night.
udv Thomas J Roziuit.
"I'm down and out," said the
derelict. "You may be down,"
said tho Salvation Army Officer,
"but you are notout. "Getup!"
And ho did. Boostthat hind of
Tins Salvation Army Homu
Madison Roswell Smith, 08
years old, Tornier Congressman
from the lilth District of Mis
souri, died at his home in Farm
ington, Mo., Wednesday niLdit,
June 18, 10l.
The battle-killed and wounded
dead of the war, according to
authentic statement, number
slightly ovcjv T.ilOQ.OOO.
Henry llerzog has opened a shoo
repair shop on Did street opposite
-lokerst-Ycaly Merc. Co., and is
prepared to do first-class work at
reasonable prices. udv
The number of motor cars in
Missouri has climbed to I'.liyiOO
at the present time, according
th the official tigu res of tho sec
retary ot state. St. Louis has
the largest number, JJll.Tln, and
Kansas City is second, with a
total number of 20,800. The
number of licensed chauffeurs
in the state .stands at 10,28.
There are 2,041 licensed motor
cycles in the state. So far this
year the motor car owners of
Missouri have- contributed $1,
I0i,0;j8 to the good road fund.
This is an increase over the
toUiIcontributed last ye-ir of
Auto Repair Shop.
I have opened an Automobile
Ropiur Shop on Main Stl-eet iu
tho building which was former
ly occupied by Effi'ien's Black
smith Shop, and will bp ready at
all times to repair automobiles
and furnish accessories,
udv A. P. GEILEU.