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v VOLUME 'XLVII I
STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, JUNE 28, 1010
NO. 10
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Cothes A Personal
Problem
When choosing your Summer
wardrobe ypn. can be completely as
sured of the style-correctness, quality-fabrics
and shapeliness in
. D. price & Co.
Tailored to Order Clothes
Have us show you Fashion's
latest trend in cool, leisurely clothes
that .bring to you fullest realization
of Summer's joys. ;
okerst-Yealy
. Stanton Garage received a car
load of Ford Cars this week.
Farms and houses and lots for
sale. See Felfcc J. Rigdon. adv
Thrift Stamps will stick when a
fellow needs a friend.
Judge T. B. Straughan shipped
two car loads of hogs to St.Louis
Tuesday. ' , ,
For Sale: A brood mare
and young mule. Apply to Capt.
(Jlmrles Uluiioet. adv
Rev. M. L. Eaves will hold ser
vices at the Presbyterian Church,
Sunday evening .Tune '29, at 8
o'clock.
Fresh meat and Groceries of
all kinds always on hand.. Fred
S. Oberle'.s Meat Market adv
Er. P. Boverie was in St. Louis
this wflblc purchasing a stock of
summer goods for the Boverie
Store Co.
$ ..
The army worm has appeared
in many fields in various sec
tions of Missouri during the
past week, but up to this time
has deni little harm.
For Sale: 1918 model Ford
Touring Car in good .uniting
order. Inquire of '
adv TjAWKrnck DonzeJ'
Among the nn rses who finished
their course at the Mullanphy
Hospital in St. Louis Tuesday
was Miss Myrtle Jokerst ot Ste.
Genevieve. Her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Jokerst and
sister Miss Lucille attended the
graduating exercises. '
"Say, Young Fellow"
This is ,111)0 best yet, with
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
111 -
Diuir. is it cub re
porter with u initio for
nuws. He's there, with
the pop mid Htrilcos ii
scent that. lendS" up to
nil the thrills of n "reg
ular FnirhiuikK picture"
Mnjorit) Daw is tho
pretty (.'ill in the case.
Sunday, June '$fh
Y tCX V. MICK CO.
m
During the storm "Wednesday
evening a large Pecan tree was
blown down, falling on Joseph
Eff rein's house on Front Street.
When in nood of cut flowers for fu
ncnils, wmliliims, pnttiorf or deuora
tivo purposes, wo will Furnish them
in iiuy tlePiRi) desired. Prices always
reusoualilu. Phone 101).
ndv Lko C. lUsiiKU.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenny
entertained a number of their
friends at their home in this
city Tuesday afternoon, the on
cassion being the 20th anniver
sary of their marriatre.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
Alv.
Judge John M. Dawson of
Maryville, Mo., has originated a
plan to give every soldier a
bonus of 50 per month for each
month spent in the service.
Dr. Hans Andersen, of St.
Louis, has located at Bloomsdale,
Mo., and will answer calls by
day or by night. Office over
Bank of Bloomsdale. adv
The lower house of Congress
has passed a bill repealing the
"daylight saving" law, to take
effect October ill . It is practi
cally certain that the Senate
will concur in this action.
Wanted: To buy cottonwood
timber in brakes of 100 M and up.
State distance from railroad and
facilitation for logging
Intbhstate LuMm-:i$,Uo. ,
adv Wright Bldg,, St. Louis, Mo.
Added Features
Smiling Bill Parsons
in
"Pink Pajamas"
"The Only Way, Safely gnl"
LYRIC
Mepcan
Col
Married
The marriage of Miss Otilla
Brischle to Edward Gogg took
place Monday morning, June
23, 1919, at tlw Catholic Church
at Weingarton during a Nuptial
Mass at which Father Kotte
officiated. The witnesses to the
ceremony were Miss Clara
Brischle, a sister of the bride,
and Phil Stoll, of River aux
Vases. Tho bride is the daught
er of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius
Brischle, of Weingarten, and
the groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Gegg. The wedding
dinner and supper was held at
tho home of the bride's to the
near relatives and friends.
Joseph Vaeth. Jr., professor
in the New York University and
Miss Sarah E. Billard, of Wash
ington, D. C, were quietly mar
ried at the Rectory of St.
Peter's Cathedral in Now York
Thursday, June 5th, 1919, by
Rev. Father Corcoran. The
happy couple arrived here from
Cape Girardeau last Thursday
to visit his parents, Mr. "and
Mrs. Joseph Vaeth, Sr. His
many friends here join us in
wishing them much success and
happiness.
George Willy, of Ste. Gene
vieve, and Miss Georgia Kelly, of
Decator, 111., were united in
marriage Monday, dune 23, 1919,
at the Methodist Parsonage by
Rev. Virgil Wilson.
John J. Vaech, of Coffman,
and Miss Clara Frazer, of Flat
River, were married in Ste.
Genevieve Saturday, June 1,,
9 19, by Joseph H. Vorst, J. P.
Programme of
NOBBY THEATRE
Sunday
TOM MIX in
"Treat 'em Rough"
"Oh What a Knight"
Sunshine Comedy
and '
Harold Lloyd
And Unit long promised
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
"Pot Luck in the Army"
Tuesday
GRACE DARMOND in
"What Every Woman
Wants"
and Harold Lloyd
Thursday
ALICE BRADY in
"Woman and Wife"
And a
Christie Comedy
Automobile Owners
Wo are now prepared to irivo
you tho expert service that we
have promised you during the
past season. Our machinist,
Robert .1. Baum,Jias returned
from tho 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 tho
very best service and workman
ship in repairing ;my 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 bo made without
charge. You will also find at
our Garage a complete lino of
Auto Accessories, including
Tires, Tubes, otc.
adv OVERLAND AUTO CO.
Died
Mrs. Lena Marie Gidley, be
Iovtm wife of Anion Gidley, died
at her homo in Bouno Terre, Mo.
Thursday morning, Juno 12, 11)19,
nftor a lingering illness of Uriglit's
disoaso, aged 54 years, 4 mouths
and 9 days. Tho deceased was
born in Ste. Genevieve February
1, 18G3, and was tho daughter of
tho late Mi. and Mrs. John Ilauri.
Besides her husband she is surviv
ed by three children, one sou and
two daughters, Fred Gidley of St.
Louis, 'Mrs. August Thoniuro and
Miss Lorena Gidley of Bonne
Terre, and one sister, Mrs. Leo
Sohm, of Cineinnatti, Ohio. The
funeral took place troni St.
Joseph's Catholic Church Friday
morning nt 9 o'clock and after a
Requiem Mass the bedy was laid
to rest in the Bonne Terre Catho
lic Cemetery.
Philip M. Hucke, 49 years old,
president and general manager
of tho Ste. Genevieve Lime Co.,
and general manager of the
Kolb Coal Co., died Thursday
June 19, 1919, after an illness
of several months, at his home
3321 Park Avenue, St. Louis.
He was born in Mascoutah, 111.,
and was graduated from the
Univerity of Illinois at Cham
paign. For several years he was
a teacher of physics and chemis
try in the university. For a
number of years lie was presi
dent of the South St. Louis
Gymnastic Society and was a
member of several Masonic
branches and the Royal Arca
num. He also was a member of
the Chamber of Commerce His
burial took place at Mascoutah,
111., Saturday afternoon St.
Louis Post-Dispatch.
Edward Simon Grither died
at the home of his parents, M r.
and Mrs. Richard Grither, in
St. Mary's, Mo., Saturday
morning, June 21, 1919, aged (5
years. 8 months and 27 days.
The funeral took place from the
Catholic Church Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock and the body
was laid to rest in the St.
Mary's Catholic Cemetery.
Public Notice!
Friday, July 4th,
all of the following
stores will be closed
and remain closed
the entire day.
JOKERST-YEALY MERC. CO.
FARM ELI'S SUPPLY CO. '
JOHN KOETTING'S STORE
GUS SCHOETTLER'S STORE
HENRY FITZKAM'S STORE
HENRY OKENFUSS' STORE
BOVERIE STORE CO.
Lieutenant Colonel Robert
Burns, Jr., arrived in Ste. Gen
evieve last Friday having reach
ed tho United States from France,
June 7th on tho steamer Dante
Alighiora, and was discharged
from service at Camp Dix on
Juno 19th. He sailed from Mar
seilles on May 29th and was de
layed eight days on account of
fog and loading coal. Colonel
Burns commanded the 78th
Base Hospital Detachment at
Toul, France, the largest group
of hospitals in the A. E. F.,
whore thousands of wounded
soldiers received treatment dur
ing the Argonno and St. Mihiol
offensives, direct from the battlo
Held. On account of air raids
most of tho work was done at
night, tho wounded being sent
in the morning to the base
liospitul.
BOVERIE STORE GO.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
--
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY ,
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AND
FURNISHINGS
MENS FURNISHING GOODS
COAL. OIL STOVES
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
AND RECORDS
GROCERIES
J i
This Store will be closed all day on July 4th
War Casualty List.
The following is the war casu
alty list for Ste. Genevieve
County, Missouri, up to June!,
1919, as compiled by -the State
Historical Society of Missouri:
ARMY.
Killed in action 8
Died of wounds 1
Died of disease 8
Wounded severely 18
Wounded slightly 6
Wounded undetermined 8
Total 34
MARINF
Wounded severely l
Wounded undetermined 1
Total 2
Grand total, army and marine, 86
Friday, June 20th, marks Hie
closing of one of the most success
ful years in the history of the
local Parochial School. A Mass
ot thanksgiving was sung at 8
o'clock, after which tho diplomas
were presented to the graduates of
the Commercial Class and the
Eighth and Tenth Grades. Those
who received awards in tho Com
mercial Class were: Agues Ban
maun, Leoim Baumaun, Earlyu
Dempsey and Hilda Gisi. Those
who completed the tenth
grade were Teresa Karl, Martha
Sehilly, Adele Sehilly and Ervino
Wohner. Tho class colors, old
rose and silver and the class
motto, "Upward and Onward. "
Tho eight grade: Francis Huck,
Joseph Laluinoudiere, Raymond
Laluuiondiei't Paul Moreau,
Eugene Wilder, Adoleo Baumgart
nor, Stella Beeve, Earlyn Herman,
Etha Iloog, Mrytlo Kern, Ger
trude Koerting, Myra Landing,
Majolla Meadow, Rosemary Nan
maun and Gertrude Naumanu.
The class colors, blue and
gold and tho class motto,
"Climb tho' tho Rocks be Rugged"
At 9 o'clock tho formal closing
of the school term took placo.
After an entertainment given by
the schools, Rev. Father C. L.
van Tourenliout addressed the
graduates and their friends, and
then the prizes woro awarded for
attendance and scholarship in all
grades.
Make Thrift a happy habit
through WnrSuyiugs dtnuips.
d
NOTICE !
I am now located steady in ray
shop in the rear of my residence
on Main St., ;-nd 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,
eta.
adv FELIX SUCHER.
The Feasc of Corpus Christi
was celebrated with usual
splendor at the Catholic Church
last Sunday. Solemn High Mass
was sung at 7:40 a. m., followed
by the procession of the Blessed
Sacrament to the three reposito
ries at each of which Benediction
was given. Final Benediction
was given in tho church. The
Knights of Columbus formed the
guard of honor and the proces
sion was accompanied by the
Ste. Genevieve Band, different
societies, school children and
church members. Solemn Ves
pers in the evening closed the
days services.
NOTICE !
I will open a Meat Market on
Main Street, in the building
formerly occupied by the Ste.
Genevieve Mercantile Co. on
July 1, 1919, and will have fresh
meat on hand at all times, which
will be sold at reasonable pi ices,
adv JOSEPH OBERLE.
President Wilson will prob
ably le in the United States for
the 4th of July. Ho is to tour
the country speaking for tho
League of Nations and says he
hopes to accept the invitation to
speak in St. Louis on Independ
ence Day.
For Sale
Tho old Douglas houso on tho
Little Rock roiul, corner Main nud
Lalniyo streets. Apply at Hiucu
& Douglas Drug Storu. adr
Missouri is the leading blue
grass state of tho union, al
though it is commonly believed
that Kentucky leads in this re
spect. Gentry county, Mis
souri, ships more bluo-grass
seed every year than any othor
county in tho United States.
For Sale: 188 aero farm
about 4X miles from town oii
tho Farmington road. t
William H. Sexauek, i
Route No. .1
adv Ste. Geneviove, Mof

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