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FAIR PLAY. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
Tires Not High Priced
Because of their superior quality and remarkable
durability an impression exists that Michelin Casings
and, Michelin Ring-Shaped Tubes are high priced
y To satisfy yourself that this is not so
just compare these favorable prices with
prices you p:e asked to pay for other
tires of anything like equal Equality
30 x 3i
32 x 31
31 x 4
33 x 4
34 x 4
34 x 4
34 x 41
35 x 5
'Prices on other sizes in
One Quality Only
I dsjThe Best
1 STANTON GARAGE
Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
Charles W. Meyers was a St.
Louis visitor Monday.
Rev. Father Walsh visited St.
Louis the early part of the week.
Mrs. Joseph Kreitler of Fes
tus visited relatives at Zell this
Miss Katie Easier is the guest
of relatives and friends in St
Miss Laura Koetting is the
guest of relatives and friends in
J. A. Kettingerof St. Louis is
visiting relatives at WeiiJKarten
Miss Zita Joggerst who has
been visiting relatives in St.
Louis returned to her home at
River aux Vases Wednesday
Mo me U
Will do all 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 Go.
Phone 155 Stc, Genevieve, Mo,
$91 m f
proportion ask its
Are Made In
Clarence Koetting returned
home Monday night from a visit
to St. Louis.
Charles Huck returned home
Wednesday morning from a visit
to St. Louis. Crystal City and
Miss Mary Kuehn of St. Louis
spent last week with relatives in
Mrs. P. J. Brown left this
week for a visit to her daughter
at Springfield, 111.
Evans Ankershiel arrived here
last Saturday from Los Angeles,
Cal., to visit friends.
Miss Zoo Bolduc left Tuesday
for a visit to relatives at Festus,
St. Louis and Bonne Terre.
Miss Viola Lalumondiere re
turned to her home in St. Louis
last Sunday evening after a visit
to relatives and friends in our
Hive 1 sal Tractor
Miss Louise Delcomniune left
Tuesday morning for a visit to
relatives at Capo Girardeau.
Miss Winifred Clark returned
home Tuesday evening from a
visit to her sistars at Sikeston.
Theodore Schoettler of St.
Louis visited relatives in our
city the early part of the -week.
Mrs. August Crump and son
Abbott are visiting relatives at
St. Louis and Fen ton this week.
Mrs. V. .1. Du nicer and daugh
ter Mejella left last Sunday
for a visit to friends in St. Louis.
Mrs. Oliver Naumann and
daughter Norma of Newport,
Ark., are the guests of relatives
in our city.
Mrs. O. H. England and child
ren of Rush Tower were the
guests of her parents in our city
Mrs. Anna Grieshaber and
daughter Miss Duella and son
Merrill visited relatives in St.
Louis this week.
Miss Vivian Gaty returned
home Tuesday night from a visit
to her mother and sisters at
Miss Christine Wittkopf who
has been visiting relatives at
Weingarten left Tuesday morn
ing for St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Eho and
.1 1. A. . TT 1 1 ik .
uaugiuers uuna ana uertna are
' visiting relatives at Weingarten
land Ste. Genevieve.
' Miss Blanche Ziegler left hist
Saturday morning for St. Louis
to visit her brother -Joseph C.
Ziegler and family.
Miss Lillian Gilbertsen of St.
I Louis is visiting her grand par
jents Mr. and Mrs. Everiste
Burkert of our city.
Mrs. P. II. Weiler and child
ren Joseph, Jr., and Ituth are
spending this week in St. Louis
the guest of friends.
, Mrs. Mary Beckerman and
grand daughter Wilma left last
Saturday morning for a visit to
relatives in St. Louis.
Miss Irene Godell who has
been visiting relatives in Ste.x
Genevieve returned to her homo
in St. Louis last Sunday evenly
Henry Hull is spending this
week with his sisters at Sparta,
Miss Pauline Morico spent
Thursday witli relitives ut
Mrs. II. W. Hicks left Thurs
day inorning for Farmington to
visit her son Will Chinu and
Charles Weinig of St. Louis is
spending his vacation at Law
renceton the guest of his brother
Rev. Father F. X. Weinig.
Henry Weiler and family of
Louis autoed to Ste. Genevieve
last Sunday to visit his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weiler.
Mrs. Joseph Bruidgor and
daughters Lois and Margaret
left Wednesday morning for St.
Louis to remain until Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Figgi and Mrs.
Joseph Laben returned home
Wednesday evening from a visit
to relatives at Neeley's Landing.
Mrs. Frank Rozier and son
Louis and Mrs. Dr. Henrv S.
Rohm and daughter Imogeno
were St. Louis visitors Tuesday.
Miss Lucille Falk and cousin
Edward Falk of St. Louis are
visiting in our city the guests of
their uncle and aunt Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Okenfuss.
Louis A. Miller who was over
sea and discharged from war
service at Camp Taylor, Ky., re
turned to his home at Weingar
ten Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Amelia Neiss who has
been visiting relatives in Ste.
Genevieve for several weeks re
turned to her home in St. Louis
last Saturday morning.
W. W. Wilder returned home
last Thursday from Jefferson
City. He was accompanied by
his little grand daughters Inez
Marie and Mary Kathleen Ru-
Dr. G. M. Rutledge left for
St. Louis last Sunday evening
to visit his sister Mrs. W. B.
Patterson who is seriously ill.
He returned home Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Barth Staehlin
of St. Louis arrived here Mon
day and are the guests of Walter
Baum and family. Before re
turning home they will visit re
latives at Bloomsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ma-
honey and son Felix of Los An
geles, Cal., arrived here Tuesday
night, having made the trip in
their automobile, to visit her sis
ter Mrs John L. Bovorie.
Mrs. Emma Guthals accom
panied by her daughter Miss
Genevieve and son J. L. Guthals
of San Angelo, Texas, arrived
here from Fort Smith, Ark.,
Monday night to visit relatives.
Mrs. Hugo Homburg and
M iss Cordelia Ranz of St. Louis
were the week end guests of
Mrs. G. M. Rutledge. Miss
Ranz, who is a Red Cross nurse
spent two years oversea with
Hospital Unit No. 21.
Jules Bui'le who was oversea
and discharged from war ser
vice at Camp Taylor, Ky.. ar
rived home last Saturday night.
He was accompanied by his sis
ters Misses Freda, Rose and
Josephine Burle of St. Louis.
Wilbu r Jokerst, Oliver Scherer
and James H. Stolcely who ware
oversea and discharged from war
service at Camp Taylor. Kv..
and Anthony Jacob from Camp
Pi Ice, , Ark., returned to their
homo in Ste. Genevieve last
Edward Wempe who recently
returned from oversea and was
visiting his brother Rev. Father
Wompoof our city returned to
his homo in St. Charles Wednes
day morning. Father Wemno
accompanied him home return
Mrs. G. W. Ziegler and little
son George, Jr., of Clayton, Mo.,
Mrs. Oliver Naumann and
daughter Norma of Newport,
Arlc. and Miss Hilda .Gisi or
Capo Girardeau attended the
wedding or their brother Marion
Gisi to Miss Lena Hoffman in
Ste. Geneviovb lust Sunday.
Charles Biiuingartnor who was
oversea and discharged from
war service at b'ort Presida,
Cal., returned to his homo, in
St!. Genevieve Wednesday night.
Miss Mabel Williams of Dex
tor who is attending summer
school at Cape Girardeau was a
week end visitor in our city the
guest of her friend Miss Ro
M rs. Mario Poniston and child
ren Charles and Robert and sis
ter Mrs. Kathorino Schmallo 'of
St. Louis arrived hero Wednes
day morning to visil their aunt
Miss Rosie Schmalle.
The world war came to a for
mal end live years alter the
assassination of Archduke Fran
cis Ferdinand and two years
and two days after the first
American troops landed in
France. The Austrian heir ap
parent was killed at Serajevo,
Juno 28, 1911. The first Ameri
can contingent disembarked 'in
France June 2G, 1917. On July
28, 1914, one month after the
death of Francis Ferdinand,
Austria declared war on Serbia,
marking the beginning of hostili
ties. On August 1 Gormany de
clared war on Russia and in
vaded Luxemburg. Germany
sent her ultimatum to Belgium
August 2 and declared war on
Franco August 8. The next day
Great Britain declared war on
Gormany. June 28 also is the
anniversary oL" the renewal of
the Triple Alliance between
Germany, Austria and Italy,
which has boon broken by the
war. On June 28, 1890, the
German Reichstag adopted a
bill creating a Now German
Army, theorganization of which
is greatly diminished in power
by the treaty signed Saturday.
In American History Juno 2b is
the anniversary of the battle of
Monmouth, N. J., where in 1778
Washington defeated a force un
der Sir Henry Clinton. St.
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KOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
You are lioreliy notified that tlio County
Hoard of Kquallzatton of Sto. tJmio iovi
County, Htato of Missouri, Iimm rainml tlio
valuation of iropurty n rcturnwt liy tlio
AssoHHor of xaicl atu. Ueuuvlove County,
I-iinil 20 per contum
Town I,ot 20 per eentiim
Horses 50 pur cuntum
MuIbh loo pur centum
Annus and Jemictts 2.1 pir centum
Neat Cattlo AO per centum
Hlu'ep 25 per centum
Hoi,- 100 pur centum
And that valuations raised In oxcchs ot
tlio aforoHiiid Increases, will lie certlllud to
all resident tax-payers liy personal notice
tlirouuli mall, and Hint tlio Hoard of Ap
peals will meet at tlio Olllcu of the Oountv
Clerk on .Inly 17tli, lillO, to hear reasons why
sueli Increases should not lie made .
In Testimony Whereof, 1 hno hereunto
i' 1 set my hand ami olllcial seal at
Skai. olilce In Hte. Oenevlovu, .Mo., this
) 2nd day of July, lfltu.
A. A. HAUMOAItTNKIl.
WHIPPET TANK "BAD ACTOR"
Instrument of Warfare That for Ex
cellent Reasons Was Dreadedv
by the Kaiser's Huns.
It whs with the "whippet" that
Imagination touched the "tanks." The
whippet so mimed I suppose from
the speedy dog which chases rabbits
to earth Is the pacing dromedary of
tnnkdom. She Is light only a few
tons I should guess and Instead of
accommodating man Jonah-like In her
entrails, carries a cab like u camel's
hump, from which one can look, some
times perpendicularly, behind. The
whippet lias two engines, one for each
of her paw series, and that accounts
for her eccentric motion. As she runs
her eight, ten, up to a conceivable l!u
miles, an hour, she squeals raucously.
At a rock or a stump both bad for
tanks, which can lie "hung up" on
their "bellies" she. whirls with milm.
Movable- rapidity, till your eyes are
looking one way and your stomach
mother. Then she rumbles gnlly over
tho field seeking for trees under 112
inches through to practlco on, sees a
trench, rises on her hind quarters,
drops below sky-lino with a teeth
.shaking bump, grips tlio further bank,
rolls up screaming and charges off
A bank nttracts her. She noses It
until she finds an angle not quite, but
almost perpendicular, and sticking iter
nails in tho sod, worms, up, while- you
cling to tho machine- gun, and look at
grass which is both back of and below
you. And as sliu goes she spits ol,
blows dust and llattens tho world be
hind her. If an enemy, you may
escape her liy lying on tho bottom of n
trench ;(you can smash her with 11 shell
If you can catch her on tlio wing,
which Is not easy; hut tho preferable
place witli a whippet is on top. Never
was devised a more dangerous, humor
ous, human englno of warfare than
tills. Henry Seldel Canby, In Yalo He-.view,
PRODUCE MARKET REPORT
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Sweet 1'ntatncs I.Ml'
Suit per barrel, 3 r,u
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('enlhers , '. 10 ivj
Ulnvrr Heed 2 Is
Official Court Director.
Circuit Judge- Peter II. Huck
Presiding Judge- Thos. H. Strauglian
Associate Judge, Dist. 1
Lawrence A. Horzog
Associato Judge, Dist. 2
Circuit Clork Felix .T. Rigdon
Recordor or Deeds Folix J. Rigdon
County Clerk A. A. Baumgartner
Probate Judge- Frank J. Duck
Sheriff. James F. Berry
Collector Win, 1'. Thick
Assessor Leo P. Fallcrt
Treasurer Joseph II. Kehm
Prosecuting Att'y (J. J. Stanton
County Supt. of Schools
Miss Vivian Oaty
Co. Surveyor Win. H. 13Jackledg-e
c1-ner j0im pllsicl.
Publie Administrator Leo S. Ycaly
Ciucuit Couut, meets on fourth Mom.
day in April and October.
COUNTY Couht, meets on first Monday
in May, August, November and Feb
ruary. PitoiiATi; Coukt, meets on 2nd Mon
day ih May, August, November and
CITY OFFICIAL miiUCTOUY.
Mayor, F. A. Weiler..
Aldermen 1st Ward, hcrnard Gries
haber arid Harry Hebni.
Aldermen 2rd Ward, Simon Dullocluu-
and 10. D. Vogt
Aldcrmon :ird Ward, Goorgo Stuppy
and Gottlieli Kebni.
President of Board 10. 1). Vo.rt.
Clerk, LeClero Janis.
Collector, John Porter.
Marshal, Robt. Abornathy. .
nj ijuorney. . . .1. Stanton.
Board's rogular meeting, second
Monday of each month.
FKISUO TIME OAKD.
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Are You in Need of
Call at this office
Good Work Is
I havo oppn.Gd an Automobile
Repair Shop on Main Street in
tho buildiiu; which was former
ly occupied by EHrien's Black
smith Shop, and will bo ready at
ail times to repair automobiles
and furnish accessories,
ldv A. P. GEILI3R.
For Sale: A brood mum
and youiitf miilo. Apply to (Jant.
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