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FAIR
VOLUME XLVIII
STB. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, JULY 5, 1019
NO. 11
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Cothes A Personal
Problem
When choosing your Summer
wardrobe yon. can be completely as
sured of the style-correctness, quality-fabrics
and shapeliness in
JE. W Price 61 Go,
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.
Jokerifelv
Farms and houses niul lots for
sale. See Felix J. Rigdou. adv
W.-
Every time yon buy n War
Savings Stamp you drive another
rivet into your ship of prosperity.
Fresh meat and Groceries of
all kinds always on hand. Fred
S. Oberle's Meat Market adv
Tho 4th passed oil quietly in
Ste. Genevieve, TJie. ..o-nly CQle
b ration was a dance at the Ar
mory. WIO)
R3V. Father John Walsh will
read his first Mass at Coffman,
Sunday morning July 0, at 9
o'clock in temporary quarters.
All roads within 100 miles
running in all directions from
Sedalia will be decorated with
"markers" lor the State Fair.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
A il v .
A marriage license was issued
in Ste. Genevieve July 1, to John
A. Kettinger of Ste. Genevieve
and Elizabeth J. Donze of Wein
garten. For Sale: Seven room
house on Second St., completely
equipped with electric lights,
water and furnace. Lot 75x175
feet. Apply to
adv Meinuad Don.k.
There will be a new mail route
from Lawrenceton to Brickey's,
via Bloomsdale, commencing
Tuesday July J. Martin Carron
will be carrier.
SUNDAY,
I'nivcmil SjHciul
HRRY CAREY
in
'Riders of Vengeance'
A (l-part ilrania of tho
West, full of llnu pathos
and thrills, Wo need not
dwnll on tho star's ability
pant pert'orinaiico is tho
test.
First Kun In Missouri
At the
LYRIC
Note Beginning Wednesday, July 0th, there will be
only one show an evening during tho week, same to bo
gin at 8:00 p. mi Sundays as heretofore, 7:80 and 0:80.
ULe
n
o.
Cardinal Gibbons celebrated
his thirty.-third annniversary as
cardinal arch-bishop of lialti
more and the fifty-eight anniver
sary of his ordination to the
priesthood Monday June 80.
Missouri ranks first among all
the States as a producer of
black walnut lumber, according
to information given out by tho
State Labor Bureau. The pro
duction last year in this state
was valued at $2,201,938.
When in need of cut flow era for En
uonils, woildiiiiis, parties or ilec.oni
tivo purposes, wo will furnish thuin
in any design ilesired. Prices always
reasonable. Phono 1"!).
Illlv IiKO C. HAStiKK.
An electric light pole on Main
Street, upon which Frederick
Petrequin was working last
Thursday, broke at the ground
and fell across a stone wall with
him on it. He had his left wrist
wrenched and his side and leg
was slightly injured.
Salesman Wanted: Gro
cery Snlesinan with expui-ioiictt for
territory including St. Genevieve
mid Peiry Counties. Splendid
opportunity. Salesman preferred
who is acquainted with the trade.
Haas Liumcn Grocery Co.
adv St. Louis, Mo.
A recruiting party for the Air
Service of the U. S. Army en
route from Scott Field, arrived
in Ste. Genovioo Friday with
two army trucks and an air
plane on wheels. The air plane
was placed on exhibition and tho
soldiers pitched their tents in
the Court House yard, remaining
until Sunday morning when they
departed for Festus.
JULY 6th
Added Feature
FATTY ARBUCKLE
in
'Bright Lights"
Al. Hi. John hulp Fatty
take in thu town, and inui
dontly cot taken in. Come
prepared for a laugh.
Ford Weekly lliliieatioual
ORCHESTRA
of Course!
Died
John P. G'Hcarn, beloved hus
band of Mrs. Margaret O'Hearn,
nee Hunch, died suddenly at
Crystal City, Mo.. Monday
morning June 80, 11)19, aged 82
years. Besides his wife ho is
survived by four sisters, Mrs.
Margaret O'Connell and Miss
Anna O'Hcarn of St. Louis and
Mrs. Henry Kern and Miss
Mary O'Hearn of Ste. Gene
vieve. His remains were taken
to his home in St. Louis and
the funeral took place from the
Holy Name Catholic Church
Thursday morning at 8:80
o'clock, after which the remains
were laid to rest in tho Calvary
Cemetery. Mrs. Kern and Miss
O'Hearn attended the funeral.
Discharge Papers Must Be Recorded.
All men who served in the late
war must take their discharge
papers to the Circuit Clerk to
be recorded in a book provided
for that purpose. A copy of
these papers are -then sent to
the Adjutant General at .Teller
son City. This provides two
authentic copies of the discharge
papers, one in the county and
the other in tho State Capitol.
Should the paper be lost or
burned, these records are secure.
Programme of
NOBBY THEATRE
Sunday
WM. FARNUM in
"The Plunderer"
MUTT and JEFF in
"The Lion Tamers"
and
The Sunshine Comedy
"Damaged No Good"
Tuesday
WM. DESMOND in
"Whitewashed Walls"
Added
Harold Lloyd in
"The City Slicker"
Thursday
Norma Talmadgc and
Eugene O'Brein in
"The Moth"
Added the usual
Christie Comedy
Beginning with Tuesday
we will run one show on
Tuesdays and Thursdays
beginning at 8:80. The
Comedy will bo shown first
and again at the last for the
benefit of late arrivals. Sun
days schedule will remain
the same.
Beginning last Tuesday, tho
pro-war postage rale oi l-cenc
and 2-stamp became effective
again. Sealed letters weighing
not more than an ounce will be
delivered anywhere in the
United Stated for a 2-cent stamp
again, while the postage for post
cards and unsealed letters is 1
cent. Tho return of die old
postage rates extends to all
classes of mail matter. The
revenue law simply provides
that postal rates shall be the
same as they were before they
wei'c increased in 1017.
NOTICE,
A special meeting of Royal
Neighbors Thursday July 10, at
l:ij0 p. in., at Woodman Hall.
All members aro requested to
be present to take a referendum
vote on tho new rates.
Mhs. Hat-tie Steltek,
adv. Recorder.
Hoffman and
were quietly
homo of the
Mr. and Mrs.
in Ste. Gene
evening, June
Marian 13. Gisi
married at tho
bride's parents,
oseph Hoffman
vieve on Sunday
20, 1010, at "i o'clock by Probate
Judge Frank J. Huck. The
witnesses to the ceremony were
Miss Anna Hoffman and William
Arnold. A wedding supper was
served at the bride's home to
the near relatives. The happy
couplo left Tuesday night for
Ohaffee, Mo., where the groom
is'cmployed in the Frisco Kail
road otHce. There many friends
join us in wishing them a happy
married live.
Southeast Missouri Association of
St. Louis
St. Louis, Mo.,
June 25th, 1010.
The undesigned committee,
former residents of the Counties
of Southeast Missouri, desiring
to promote acquaintanceship and
to perpetuate Southeast Mis
souri's great contribution to the
material development and social
progress of our State, have ar
ranged for a "Get-together and
Good-fellowship Picnic" on Sat
urday, July 12, 101!), at Picnic
Ground No. 2 in Forest Park,
beginning at two o'clock p. m
with basket dinner at six o'clock
p in.
Tno grounds are located im
mediately East of the Bird Cage
and readied by Market Street
Car Line.
It is the intention Aof this
gathering to perfect a perma
nent organization, and it is
honed that every person who
formerly lived in the Southeast
ern part of the State will ar
range to be present, with his
entire family friends, and rela
tives, and a well-lllled basket.
A suitable program of enter
tainment has been provided,
including all the old-fashioned
fiddlers, baseball stars, political
celebrities, and all the charac
ters which abound in 'Southeast
Missouri, who will add spice to
the occasion.
This section of the State sup
plies tho world with the most
luscious watermelons, and to
commemorate this event, the
Committee has decided to pre
sent each family with one of
these world-renowned water
melons. A prize will be given to the
County showing the irreatest
representation. Will you not
kindly help us by sending to
Miss Lola O'Neal, Room 842, U.
S. Custom House Building, the
names and addresses of all for
mer Southeast Missourians now
residing in St. Louis or vicinity,
and spread the news yourself?
Let us got together on this oc
casion and become better ac
quainted and arrange for future
annual meetings. We want your
help; wll you kindly acknow
ledge receipt, indicating your
sympathy with this movement
and how many members of your
family will be present, giving
the county from which you hail?
Yours for a successful outing,
John M. Adkinson,
W. 1). Vandiver,
Walter L. Hensley,
Charles M. Hay,
James F. Green,
W. W. Nail,
Barney Frauenthal,
I. R. Kelso,
Chester J. Prince,
Byron Moser,
W.mdoll Borry,
Committee
Miss Lena B.
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
State Legislature Convenes in
Extra Session Wednesday.
The extra session of the Leg
islature, called by Governor
Gardner for the purpose of
ratifying the equal snffragemcnt
amendment to the Federal Con
stitution, convenied at Jefferson
City Wednesday. It is thought
that the session will last one
week, adjourning July 0th. The
cost to the state will be between
? 10,000 and lf,000.
Notice To The Public.
The undersigned will open a
Bakery and Confectionery Store
in the old Ringwald Building
and will try to be ready for
business Thursday, July 10th.
We have secured Harry Rehin
as baker, and will bake anything
the public wants, so give us a
trial and be convinced. Send,
bring or phone your order and
we will deliver it to yon. Re
member the date and place..
Phone No. 285.
HOME BAKERY,
Heuzog and Wehmeyek.
Monday at midnight the war
time prohibition ban went into
effect. For a few davs nrevious
to the closing of the saloons
great quantites of liquor for
home consumption was disposed
of here. The closing of tho
saloons was celebrated quietly
in Ste. Genevieve, the sale of
liquor was discontinued at mid
night and the saloons arc still
open, but are only selling soft
drinks, tobacco and cigars.
13. J. Lelie. of the U. S. Nnw.
who is here on sick leave, in
forms us that he expects to be
homo soon, when ho will again
take up the sale of pianos and
other musical instruments, tune
and repair same and will give a
rebate of fc2 each on the first
two instruments sold. He is
manufacturer's agent for the
best and cheapest instruments
made. Any orders given him
will bo highly appreciated.
A party of young folks went
to Crystal City on tho north
bound train Tuesday evening
and returned homo on tho
steamer Bald Eagle. While at
Crystal City they wore shown
through tho Pittsburg Plato
Glass Factory.
:.fs':t
oxv
NOTICE J
I will open a Meat Market on
Main Street, in the building
formerly occupied by the Ste.
Genevieve Mercantile Co. on
July 1, 1010, and will have fresh
meat on hand at all times, which
will be sold at reasonable pi ices,
adv JOSEPH OBERLE.
The Stanton Garage delivered
the following Ford Cars this
week: A Ton Truck to John
Boyd of Avon, Touring Cars to
Joseph and Frank Gegg and
Mrs. Jennie Cowley of Coffman
and a Touring Car to Lawrence
Donze of Ste. Genevieve.
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.
The Peace Treaty, which form
ally ended the World War was
signed by the Allied and Asso
ciate Powers and Germany at
Versailles, France, Saturday,
June 28, 1010. The war lasted
87 days less than live years and
peace was signed on the fifth
anniversary of the murder of
Archduke Francis Ferdinand at
Serajero.
For Sale
Tho old Douglas liouso on tint
I.ittlu Houk roml, corner Mnin ami
Lnhnyo streets. Apply nt Hiucli
it Douglas Drug Store. ndv
Matt Hoggard of near Lithium.,
was killed by lightning Thurs
day afternoon June 20. When
the storm came up ho was out
in the fields with tho binder and
team cutting wheat, to seek
shelter lie drove his team and
binder under a tree near by.
A bolt struck and killed Mr.
Hoggard and the two outside
horses, but the horse in between
tho two escaped.
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
For Sale: 188 acre farm
about 4 miles from town on
the Farmington road.
Wiluam H. Sexaueu,
Route No. 1
adv Ste. Genevieve, Mo.

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