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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, MAY 15, 1020.
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You don't want a Washing Machine that takes
longer(to do the washing than it should, or one that
does not do the washing well.
.You want a sweet running, quick thorough
That's the kind we handle washers that work
easily, that work quickly, that wash more clothes
and wash more thoroughly.
Don't work an hour or two more in warm
weather and then turn out and inferior, cleansed
garment. Get a machine froni us now. We can
save you money and give you a first class machine,
one which will last for years.
We have both the Electric and Hand Power
Jokersi-Yealy Mercantile Co.
Miller's Cream nt the Eagle
Boy's chocolate shoes at $5.00
at Henry Herzog's. ndv
H. L. Kozicr, Jr. wns in Cniutliers
villa Inst Sunday where he plnyed
basnbiill with the Cape Girardeau
tCHtn nfjuinst the team of that city.
Men's chocolate shoes $0.00 to
$7.75. at Henry Herzog's adv
Misses Lois Lovelace nnd Koseinnry
Naum im , Licit school pupils, accom
panied by Mrs. L. E. Wild, went to
Cape Girardeau Saturday to take part
in the literary and music contest nt
tho State Teachers' College.
The Stanton Garage this week
delivered a Ford Touring Car to
August Geiler of near Ste. Genevieve.
Call at or 'phone John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
We sew all Welt and Biliken
shoes at Herroc's repair shop.
Mail orders receive prompt at
Mr. Ano of the St. Louis
Roofing Company of St. Louis,
arrived here Tuesday for the
purpose of mending the slate
roof of the Catholic Church.
While- Rev. Father C. L. van
Tourenhout was attending the
consecration ceremonies, at
Hartford, Conn., of Bishop
Murray, the ladies of the parish
refurnished his study with a
new carpet and many other sub
stantial improvements, affording
him an agreeable surprise on his
The game of base ball between
th.e Ste. Genevieve Juniors and
the Zell team last Sunday at
Zell was won by the Ste. Gene
vieve boys by a score of 20 to 2.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
Ill this issue of tho Fair I'i;ay will
be found tho announcement of Gottlieb
liehin as a candidate tor the Demo
cratic nomination for Sheriff of Sto.
Gonevievo County, nt the Primary
Election to be held on Tuosdny,
August 3rd. Mr. Kehm is well known
'in nil sections of the county and will
1 . . . . , , t
appreciate any support renuernu uis
A Paramount Picture
wilb EMORY JOHNSON
Just as she did in "Maggie Pepper"
and "Pettigrew's Girl." Miss Clayton
is going to captivate her audience in
It's a mystery story with a little
touch of humor to make it palatable.
GALE HENRY The Ford Weekly
"This Way Out" ORCHESTRA
Sunday, May 16
The LYRIC Theatre
Airs. Dora Mimnnn nnd .losnnli
llatick weio nuintlv married TnnH-
day morning, May 11, 1920, dur-
i cr a. "ix o'clock Mass at the Until
in Church in Sto. (Jonovieve. Tho
witnessed to the ceremony were
urige T. II. Struuglinn and Mrs.
Ietirv Untimnnn. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilniieh Ipft nil t.lm mnrnltirr tin !n
for St. Louis nnd from tlie'ro will
nko the round trm tn (Imnmnwtn
on the Steamer Bald Eagle. The
AIR Pf jAY mind Hipii- iiiiinv
iends in extendiucr best wished
Entered into rest at her homo
in St. Louis on Sunday, May 5,
1?)20, Mrs. Lena Stoll, nee Wink
ler, beloved wife of Joseph
Stoll, and mother of Clarence
Stoll. The funeral was held
Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the
family residence, 10415 Park Ave.
Interment at SS. Peter and
Miss Lntira Heine of Modoc, III.,,
nd Silas Lnhay of near Kellojr.
II.. were married nt St. Tnsenli's
Catholic Church at Pnririo dn
lioclier, III., Tuesday, May 4,
1920. by Itov. Father van Delft.
Tim ntrnndnnts warn Hu Inido'u
sister, Miss Mayme Heine, and the
crrooms brother, James Laliay.
The groom is well known in Stn.
Henevievo and his ninnv friends
join with us in wishing them a
iinppy aiifl prosperous lite. Misses
Mary and Ellen Lahay, of this city,
aunts of the gioom, attended the
Miss Ireno M. Gieslpr nnd Rm-
manuel C. Lawrence were united
in marriage nt the Catholic Church
in St. Mary's, Mo , Tuesday morn
ing. May 4. 1920, by Rev. Father
Newninn. The bride is the daught
er of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gideon Giesler
and the gronm is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Lnwrer.. nil of
near St Mary's. Tho happy couple
win niaue tneir Home at St. Mary s.
Regular Meeting May 10, 1920.
Meeting was called to order
by Mayor Weiler. Present,
Mayor Weiler, Alderman Gries
haber, H. Rehm, Vorst, DuRa-cher,-
Stuppy and G. Rehm,
Collector Herter, Marshal Aber
nathy and Clerk Janis.
Minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
Bills to the amount of $706.37
It was ordered that a street
oil sprinkling ordinance be pre
pared and submitted to the
Board at n special meeting to be
held on Monday, May, 17, 1920.
A plat of the City Cemetery
was ordered made.
Mayor Weiler was authorized
to contract for road oil.
Tho public schools of our city will
close for tho seasou this week. Mon
das "iftht u play entitled "The Old
Oaken Bucket," was presented to a
largo audience by the high school
pupils. The students were all well
trained, the characters wore all good
nnd every one present seemed to en
joy the show. Tuesday niirht the
Junior Class of the Inch schocl enter
tained tho faculty and senior' with a
banquet at tho City Hotel. The table
was beautifully decorated and the
banquet was a success, owing to the
excellent management of the hotel.
Addresses were delivered by the sup
orintendeiit nnd members of the facul
ty and everyone present responded
with a short talk upon being called up
on by the toast master. Commence
inent exerches wore held at tho Audi
torium Wednesday night. Mrs. A. .1.
Siebert introduced State Superinten
dent of Public Schools Sam A. Baker,
who delivered tho commencement ad
dress, after which tho craduntes were
presented -with their diplomas by
.Miles rotrequin, Prosulont of the
Board of Education.
Right Reverend Theophilo
Meerschaert, D. D., Bishop of
Oklahoma City, on his return
from Hartford Conn., whore he
attended tho consecration of
Bishop Murray, in company with
Rev. C. L. van Tourenhout,
stopped off a few days at Ste.
Genevieve, tho guest of tho
local pastor. He expressed him
self as delighted with tho sub
stantial improvements recently
made in the Church of Sto.Gone
vieve, especially with the magnif
icent canopy placed over the
Representatives of tho Frisco
Railroad made an inspection
tour over the Illinois Southern
Railroad last Saturday. Tho
opinion is pretty general that
the Frisco will take tho I. S
over and operate it.
Dr. William A. Sweareiigon died at
Dawson Springs, Ky., Tuesday, May
4, 19'JO, after an illness of several
months, aged 48 years. Tho remains
were brought to his home at Flat
River Wednesday and tho funeral
toilk lllnptt frnm tint fnmilv vniflimr.n
Thursday afternoon, after which the I
remains were lain 10 rest in mo I'aru
View Cemetery at Farmingtoii. The
deceased was a son of Thomas Hwimr-
engeii, who precoeded him to the
grave Saturday, Jlay i. Ho is sur
vived by his wife. Mrs. Georgia
Swearongen, neo Edwards, his ged
mother, Mrs. Mary Swearengcn, sis
ter, Mrs. F. M. Ilorton and brother
Zeuo Swearongen Judge T. B.
Straughan of our city, accompanied
by his wife and daughters, Mrs. P. II.
Weiler and Mrs. H. J. Fallert and
Mrs. Phil Edynianu attended the
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Rehm
entertained a number of rela
tives and near friends at their
home in Ste. Genevieve last Sun
day, tho occasion being their
Silver Wedding Anniversary.
A sumptuous dinner was spread
and partaken by all who were
present. A real family reunion
was indulged in the rest of the
afternoon and evening and all
enjoyed tho event very much,
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Rehm
many more yoars of continued
happiness and that they may bo
spared to each other until their
You Can Depend on
FOR STYLE AND QUALITY
Caps and Felt Hats
Soft Collars and Shirts
Men and Ladies Silk Hosiery
Traveling Bags and Trunks
Cane Poles and Fishing Tackle?
Talking Machines and Records
BOVERIE STORE CO.
Trucks Will Tour Southeast
Rev. Father C. L. van Touren
hout attended the funeral of Rev.
Father F. J. Adrian in St. Louis
Wednesday. Father Adrian
was pastor of tha Sacred Heart
Church at Poplar Bluff, and died
at St. Anthony's Hospital n St.
Louis, Sunday May 9, at 2:30 p.
An expedition of nntn trucks will
leave St. Louis Monday on a 113.') mile
tour of Southeast Missouri and South
west Illinois, in celebration of "Ship
by Truck Good Koads Week. May
17-22. Tho trucks are scheduled to
reach Ste. Genevieve over the Plank
Hoad Tuesday morning, and range in
size from three quarters to three ions
capacity. Speakers will accompany
the train and talk along the route
about pood roads and the use of
trucks by fanners and business men.
Arrived, champion sewing ma
chine to sew on half soies at Henry
To Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Gries
haber of East St. Louis, 111., on
April 14, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Thorn
nre of River aux Vases on April
26, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Hogenmiller of New Offenburg
on May 3, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Kohm of Ste. Genevieve, on May
4, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
Werner of Lawrenceton, on Ap
ril 4, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F.
Promo of Lawrenceton, on April
7, 1920, a girl.
The Luxury of Being Certain
m ARMORY Ne
is a picture by which others arc judged.
10c and 15c
"An Uneven Match"
2 parts 2
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
"Jennie Be Good"
the star of
"Ann of Green Gables"
"A FOOL AND HIS MONEY"
George Barr McCutcheon