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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOITRI, FEBRUARY 7, 1020.
The housewife spends a great deal of her time
in the kitchen. So everything there should be just
as bright and attractive as possible.
W.e Have Everything You Need To
Brighten Up Your Kitchen
For instance, we are showing a magnificent line
'of LINOLEUMS that? arc warm in winter, clean all
the year round, and wears everlastingly. There are
all the new patterns in the finest inlaid and printed
You cannot make your rooms nice and brightif
the floor covering is 'faulty, and' you should be
assured of a permanent pretty and beaming home
by using Linoleum. .
Our Prices Are Always The Lowest For MHyh
Grade Goods. Come lit 1tul See .The JLlne.
Jokerst-Yealy Mercantile Co.
The Iron County road bond is
sue for $200,000 has carried.
Fresh oysters every Friday
at John J. Oberle'3 Meat Mar
1 Ajtnarriage license was issued
ii&St; Louis on Thursday Janu
ary 29, to William E. Hurst of
Minnith, Mo., and Dee Cun
aingha'm of 8t. Louis.
The regular Monthly Euchre,
given by the Ladies of tile Build
inft Fund, for the henefit of the
" 3athoiib Church will be held on
Thursday, February 12th. adv
1 Fresh meat and Groceries of
alliinds always on hand. Fred
S. Oberle's Meat Market adv
No one in Ste. Genevieve seems
to have received nny direct infor
mation in regard to the operation
of the Illinois Southern Rail Road
which has discontinued running.
Is was rumered in town this week
that the U. S. Hail ltond Admin
istration was going to take over
. the road on February 12th and
operate it and tlint the Missouri
Pacific had an option on it.
with Dorothy dish
Friday, Feb. 6th
"Reggie Mixes In"
'with Doug. Fairbanks
Sunday, Feb. 8th
with Bryant Washburn
Wednesday, Feb. 1 1th
Your best guarantee of good entertainment is the
critic-press opinion on it. A picture that is not recom
mended by the press can't buy it's way to our screen.
COMINGj-Anothcr D. W. GRIFFITH Masterpiece. '
Call at or 'phone John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits ' of all kinds.
The sun shown bright last
Monday and if the groundhog
emerged from his winter
hibernation he saw his shadow
and back into his hole he, run,
which, means another six weeks
of winter weather according to
the old tradition.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
There is a .number of influenza
cases hi Ste. Genevieve and the
disease seems to be prevalent in all
parts of the county. In St. Louis
the epidemic readied a high mark
tliis week, which is equalled in seri
ousness only by the worst days
during the epidemic last winter.
Milk delivered to all parts of the
city. 12 cents quart, '7 cents pint.
Tickets sold 8 quarts and 1 pint
for I J .00. 8 pints for 50 cants,
adv' Stk. Genevikve Ckeameiu.
"Fairly above the aver
age, It will cause a
great many laughs and
will give excellent
M. P. News.
and rapid-fire comedy
make this Fairbanks
picture a winner."
M. P. Would.
"This picture is thor
oughly enjoyable from
clean and will please."
-M . P. News.
Frederic!: Loufs; ifikWek old
infant of Felix Jacotrand Marie
Jacob, nee Schwo'nt, died at the
home of its parents in St. Louis,
Sunday February 1, 1920. The
remains, accompanied by his fa
ther Felix Jacob and uncle "Wil
liam Jacob were brought to
Weingarton Tuesday for burial.
Entered into rest at her home,
in St. Louis, on Thursday Januton. The chief reason assigned
ary 20, 1820, at 3:25 p. m .Mrs.'
Catherine Flieg, nee Miesner,-
beloved wife of Anthony FllegY
and daughter of Joseph and
Elizabeth Miesner, aged 87
years. The remains were taken
to Krakow, Mo., Saturday for
Mi's. Rhoda Akins, nee Ken
nedy, beloved wife of Frank
Akins, died at her home near
Danby, Mo., Wednesday Jan
uary 28, 1920, aged G2 years.
Besides her husband she is sur
vived by eight children. The
funeral took place Friday at the
Lebanon Church, and the re;
mains were laid to resC in the
Entered into rest at his home
in St. Louis, on Saturday, Jan
uary 31, 1920, dlemencc Krull,
dearly beloved husband of
Sophia Krull, neeWipiler, father
of Mary, Elizabeth, Clemence,
Jr., Mercedes and Francis
Krull, aged 35 years, 5 months
and 13 days; The funeral Avas
held Wednesday morning at 8:30
o'clock from famjly residence,
1240 Ann Avenge, to SS. Peter
and Paul's Church, thence to SS.
Peter and Paul's Cemetery.
Entered into rest at his home
in St. Louis, on Sunday Febru
ary 1, 1920, at 4:25 a. m, William
Winkolmann, dearly beloved hus
band of Odile Winkemann, nee
Herzog, dear sou of J. H. and
Barbara Winkelmann, nee Grass-
inger, brother of Joseph Winkel
mann, Emma Fay. Carrie Sucher,
Dora Johmann, Mary Duenwald,
Cecelia Krembs and Josephine,
Vincent A., Paul H., and Albert
E. Winkelmann, at the age of 32
years. Funeral took place,
from family residence 4601
Alaska Avenue, Wednesday
morning at 8:30 o'clock to St.
Anthony's Church. Interment
in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery.
Rene Lewis, (Colored) died at
his home in St. Louis, Monday
Februaay 2, 1920, of tuberculosis,
aged 30 years. The deceased
was born and reared in Ste.
Genevieve, and was the son of
the late Louis Lewis and. Sallie
Lewis. Besides his mother ho
is survived by his wife and three
sisters. The remains were
brought to Ste. Genevieve Thurs
day morning and the funeral
took place from tho Catholic
Church, after which the bod.V
was laid to rest in tho, Valle
Tiie property sold by tho
Sheriff at tho Court' House door
Tuesday afternoon under parti
tion sale was bought for 20,
450.00. The Burgort property
was divided into three pieces
and was sold for $11,900.00.
Mrs. Mary Burgort purchased
tho farm near the Lime Kiln
for $7,000.00 and tho property in
the city of Ste. Genevieve for
$1,500.00, Frank Baslor pur
chased the Big Field property
for $3,400.00. A track of land near
Avon was bought by Howard
Price for $1,450.00. Tho G rund
inoyer farm in the northern part
part of the county was sold to
Mrs. Mary A Kavanaugh for $7,-100.00.
To Annex Saline Valley
According to officials of the
Mississippi Valley & Bonno
Torre Railway, the "Donne
Torre,' will annex that portion
of thollouck road which oxtonds
from West Chester to Farming
ton, known as the Saline Valley.
The branch would connect
with the "Bonne Torre" at Doe
Run. four miles from Farming
for the desire of the Bonne
Terre" to tho additional mileage
is that, while the M. V. & B. V.
traversing the coal belt, has a
considerable traffic in coal, it
has no connection with tho Illi
nois side. St Louis Times.
Having purchased the Home
Bakery, I invite the public, when
in need of anything in our line to
either telephone or call at the
Bakery. Fresh bread,, rolls,
cakes and. overything in our line
always on hand. Prompt de
liveries will bo made.
adv 13. J. LI3LII3, Proprietor.
Students in the College of
Agriculture of the University of
Missouri who are specializing in
dairying haye formed a new
club called Churn and Stanchion,
whose' "purpose is to advertise
the dairy department of the
University. About two-thirds
of the heads of dairy depart
ment in the United States, it is
said are'graduates of the Univer
sity of Missouri. Within the
last six months, thirty-seven
calls for men have come to the
Uairy department there. The
salaries in these positions range
from $1,800 to $4,000.
FEBRUARY 11, 1920
Given by the Young Ladies of
the Parish for the Benefit of the
Parish Autoinible Fund. Come
win a beautiful prize. Game
starts at 2:00 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Admission 50 cents.
Tiie Inst forest of rirgin oak
in the Cape Girardeau district
is to bo cut. Giant trees cover
ing ttfty-fivo acres fifteen miles
south of Cape Girardeau have,
been bought by the M. E. Lorn-'
ing Company and will be trans
ported on motor truck to Cape
Girardeau. Because of tho ex
cellent quality of the timber,
most of it will be converted into
q uartered-oalc mate rial.
"The American Chamber of
Commorce in Paris announces a
prize contest of $2000 for the
two best essays "on tolerance in
economies, religion and politics."
Tho prizes are offered by Henry
Peartreo of Paris, $1000 for the
best essay submitted in 1920
aud $1000 for the best one sub
mitted in 1921.
We have taken the agency for
Swift's Feitilizer. Any one do
siring fertilizer should put in their
order at once.
Ste. Genevikve Produce Co.
adv , E. Gotum, Prop.
Scott County is soon to con
duct four cattle feeding demonstrations.
WHAT'S it exactly! We extend to you, a
Xj hearty welcome to pay us a visit and in
spect the greatest value-giving tailoring
line that ever came to these parts.
You men, of the most critical and exacting
tastes, who consider carefully what you're get
ting for your money before you spend it, will
appreciate the smart fashions, new fabrics in
great variety, and the extreme values to be
found in the
"Popular Priced Tailoring"
LINES WE SELL
Our clothes are tailored to
your measure. They are
guaranteed to satisfy you iu
fit, stylo and tailoring;
You'll get BIG value for
little money, handsome,
good-to-Iook-at clothes, that
BOVERIE STORE CO.
Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
dome in and Save $3.00 to $8.00 on Your Next Suit
and get a Belt to Match your Suit with Your Monogram
and the Monogram of any order combined.
Card of Thanks
The liuekholtz-Kiefer Post takes
this means of expressing its sin1"
cere thanks and appreciation for
the splended effort made by the
young ladies of Ste. Geneieve
who so successfully planned and
managed the euchre and dance
given for the benefit of the Post
on January 2Gth. The Post also
recognizes the patriotic spirit
which prompted the citizens of
Ste. Genevieve to help make this
event the social and financial suc
cess it proved to he. With kindest
regards to all we beg to remain.
13 UC KH O liTZ-1 I E F E K POST,
adv American Legion.
- -o -
In collecting $", 500,000,000 in
internal revenue during the cal
endar year 1010 the United States
accomplished a feat never before
achieved. The great task was
done without confusion and
without destroying production
or business enterprise.
Sunday February 8th
HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY
MUTT AMD JEFF CARTOON .
Tuesday February 10th
A FOX FILM
The Next Episode
"Elmo The Mighty"
Thursday February 12th
A SELECT PICTURE
SNUB POLLARD COMEOY
will cost you less than ready
made and giye voti more
We haye the line on dis
play NOW. You may -inspect
it without obligating
To Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J.
Gettinger.of Ste, Genevieve, on
January 12, 1920, a boy.
To Mr. andMrs. Edgar Boyer
of Ste. Genevieve, on January
31, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W.
Donze of Ste. Genevieve, on
J anuary 31, 1920, a boy.
Place ' your order HOW for
your Ford Car and Truck and
specify delivery date which -will,
avoid delay. Call and look over
our Used Pord Cars for sale at'
Fohu Authorized Sales and
By a vote of 9 to 5, the Septic
Military Committee appwjjrfc
provisions providing for compuul
sory military training for boys
between 18 and 21 years, inclu
sive, and ordered a favorable "re
port upon the army reorganiza