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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 11, 1R20.
Population of Ste.- Genevieve County
HonuvntH township, hicluilhi; St. Mary's City 1,701
Jncksnft Township . 1 ,225
Stn. GenevievoTwp., iucluliii(r St'o." Ot'i.uviBVP. City 4,278
'Saline Township :. 1 ,225
Union Township 1 ,'M0
Totnl :: : 0,80!)
Sto. Oenoviovo City
St. Mary's City..
Try n glnss of BurtwelHcr nt
Tho Animal County School
Board Contention was held in our
city Inst Saturday.
House Paints $2.85 per gollon.
(Jet1 it from the Ste., Genevieve
Lumber Co. mlv
Tho Stanton Garage delivered
this week a Ford Touring car
to Joseph Bahr and a Ford
Coupe to Dr. L. J. Birsner of
Notice: beginning Septem
her 1, 1920, I will discontinue
selling feed on credit,
mlv E. GoniEit.
K, of G. Elect Officers
A marriage license was issued
in Ste. Genevieve on September
8, to Anthony P. Naeger of Ste.
Genevieve, and Elizabeth T. Eas
ier of Bloomsdale.
Have you' tryed buying
your Coffee at Boverie's.
It's better and costs less, ad
At a meeting Tuesday night of
the local Knights of Columbus
Council tho following officers
Joseph H. Rehm, Grand
Knight, Joseph Hoil, Deputy
Grand Knight, Dr. L. J. Hubeiy
Chancellor, Harry Gremminger,
Financial Secretary; Ed. J.
Baumann, Recording Secretary,
Francis J. Rozier, Treasurer,
Adolph Okenfuss, Warden, Peter
H. Huck, Advocate, Jasper Mor
ice, Inside Guard, Frank Sch
weigert, Outside Guard, F. J.
Huck, Trustee,' II. L. Rozier, Jr.;
Refreshment were served af
ter the meeting.
Dudwclxer on tap at Guiiiilil's
Soft Drink Stand. adv.
Jack Dempsey. the human
thunderbolt, knocked out Billy
Miskeof St. Paul at the Ringside,
Benton Harbor, Mich., Monday
in the third round of his fight as
heavyweight -champion ' of the
Portable electric nud treadle
sewing muitliine. See or pheno E.
A. Gerard, Agent for Singer Sew
ing Mucliiiuis. Plume 190. M. F.
Tliu teiicliers' meeting held lieie
Inst Thursday and Friday was
largely attended. Among those tyho
spoke and the subjects discussed
were: Pro. Dearmoit, of Cane
Girardeau, on n "Large School
Unit." Mr. Embersmi, Slate Club
Leader, of Columbia, on "Club
Work,'' Mrs. rflicwell, of St.
Louis, on, "Tuberculosis," and
Mrs. Pummill, of St, Louis, on
filler's Cream at the Eagle
The Ober Oil, Gas and Mineral
Co., has this week been, hauling
the casing to be used in the well
to bo sunk near River nux Vases.
The shipment which arrived the
latter part of last week consists
of four hundred feet of fifteen
inch and eight hundred feet of
twelve and a half inch casing.
Drilling will begin in the near
future according to reports.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
'Among tho teachers of this
city who have been assigned to
rural schools in this county are:
Miss Blanche Ziegler, tho Lime
Kiln; Miss Gertrude Steigle,
Bourbon; Miss Mary T. Jokorst,
Quarry town; Miss Eveline Rot
tler, Shady Grove; Miss Caiiiille
Dupont, Kehl; Miss Dorothy Jo
kerst, Brickey and Miss Elvine
Call at or 'phone John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits 'of all kinds.
Ever been to boarding school?....
was a co-ed in tho college and was expelled for
unduly "cutting-up". Regular she-devil, if you
want' to call it that, but when she was expelled her
mischevious habits followed her.
Se hir in.
and in tho meantime re
member what a hit she
made in "STRICTLY
Two-part Comady '
in The Blooming An del
A 901BWYM WCTVns
The LYRIC, Sunday, Sept. 12th
Democratic Committee Meets
Tlio Democratic Central Conf
mittoe oT Sto. Genevieve County,
held a meeting nt tile Court House
Saturday at. 2 o'eloek p in. The1
members piesont were, 15 Godair,
lolin Kertz, Ralph L'offmnn and
Charles Coffmau, Committeemen
from Ste. Genevieve, Jackson,
Meauvnis and Saline Townships.
E. Godair was selected Chairman,
Ij. Junta, Secretary, and 13. IJ.
The following men woro seleefl
to (ill vacancies on the Democratic
Ticket to bo voted for at the No
vember election: Hi-presontntivo,
Leo 1). Karl, Judge County Court
First District, August Naeger,
Assessor, Atidiew 13. Iloog, Treas
urer, Charles 11. Hhieklodge,
Justice of the Peaco Heauvais
Township, G. W Davis, Jackson
Township', Peter E. Canon, Union
Township, A. H. Edwards, Con
stable Heauvais Township, Halph
Coffmau, Ste. Genevievo Town
ship, II. F. Berry.
The picnic given by-the local
council Knights of Columbus last
Sunday at Rozier's Grove proved
to bo a most delightful and suc
cessful affair. The weather was
ideal, and when the crowd ar
rived all the stands were in
readiness. All are unanimous
in saying that the dinner served
by the ladies was splendidly
prepared and evidently enjoyed
by the large number which par
took of the dainties. Over 1,200
people were served. All the
other attractions and booths
were liberally patronized and
the crowd lingered until late
in the evening. It was a jolly
home-coming and a most enjoy
able affair. Tho Committee that
had the picnic in charge has all
reason to bo satisfied and de
serves to be congratulated upon
its signal success. The total
receipts woro $2,fli)0.00
Mr. Francis Yealy, S. J. and
Mr. Metzer, S. .1. both of tho St.
fnis University, were visitors
in Ste. Genevieve thi.week. Mr,
Metzer caino for the purpose of
locating historical researches,
as he preparing an essay "for
niu Illinois xiisiuncui oociety on
the life of Father Muevin, S. J.
who was a pioneer priest of the
Mississippi Valley. Mr. Yealy
visited his parents after an ab
sence of four years.
McLaurin Daniels, 24 years
old, of Crystal Citv, Who was
injured in a railroad accident
two wcekjigo in the yards there,
died at the Doaconqss Hospital
in St. Louis. Sunday September
o. Daniels was employed by the
Crystal 'Jity branch of tho Mis
souri Plato Glass Company and
attempted to gain a footing on
tho pilot of a switch engine
when he slipped and his body
Andrew li. Iloog, Democratic
candidate for Assessor of Ste.
Genevieve County, announces his
candidacy in this issue. Mr. Iloog
is a young man well qualified to
(ill the office and will be thankful
for any support rendered him at
the Kovembor election.
Illinois Southern .Rail Road to
Be Sold Next Wednesday-.
The Illinois Southern Railroad
will he sold at aucHon at Salem,
III., on Wednesday, September
15th. The road will first bo offer
ed to hiiyeis who intend to operate
it and then to buyers intending to
junk it. As tho road can be
bought tor $50,000 lesi by parlies
who will" run it, it is hoped that
it will be purchased by parties who
will re-operate it. Last. December,
the road which runs, from Salem,
III., to Hismr.rek, Mo., crossing
the river at Sto. Goncvieye, dis
continued business ,-tnd the ship
pw and people along tho line in
many places have been seriously
handicapped on account of not
having rail road facilities.
Forty five pupils enrolled in
the High School and 139 in the
grade school of Ste. Genevieve
Tuesday, the first day of the
1920-21 term. Tho following
corps of teachers will direct the
efforts of tho schools during the
coining year: Prof. C. M. Dan
user, Superintendent and Prin
cipal of the High School, Miss
Zella Proffer, Miss Grace Mor
ton and Mrs. O. H. England
teachers in tho High School,
Miss Osborne is principal of tho
grammer school and teacher of
the grammer grades, Miss Rita
Ruppolof the Intermediate and
Miss Odile .Tunis of the primary
departments. This composes a
highly qualities staff of teachers
whose work will undoubtedly
maintain the high standard of
our public school.
The following young ladies
who. will teach school in St.
Louis County left tho latter
part of last week and tho early
part of this week: Miss Doro
thy Berry, fur Jefferson Bar
racks; Miss Katharine Huck,
University City; Miss Katharine
Meyers Hancock school; Miss
Lillian Weiler, Chesterfield;
Miss Poarl Rigdon and Miss
Mildred Okenfuss, Valley Park
and Miss Winifred Clark, Grove
Mrs. Justine Linderor is pre
pared to make sorghum molas
ses on the lot opposite Frank
Baslor on tho St. Mail's road,
Tho fifty-fourth annual convon.
tion of tho Missouri Press Asso
ciation will bo held at St. Louis
September 10, 17 and 18.
A cement plant employing
800 men is being planned at
Charles H. Blacklege, of this
city, this week announces as a
Democratic candidate for tho
office of Treasurer of Ste. Gene
vieve county. Mr. Blucklege is
one of our most substantial citi
zen, and although active for
many years in political and civil
life has never before sought
public office. He is thoroughly
qualified for the position he
seeks and if elected will be an
energetic and efficient incum
bent of this important trust.
For Extra Good Home Killed
Meats, Sausages and Groceries
KkkdS. Onrciti.rc's Mkat Mahkkt
1G2 Main St.
We havo almost any tiling you
want iu tho eating lino. adv
Mrs. James Marr, wife of
Superintendent Marr, of the
Peerless "White Lime Company,
Su'nday received word of the
death., ol her mother, Mrs. Fan
nie Williams, who died Sunday,
August 21st, at Manchester,
The Parochial Schools opened
last Tuesday with a most satis
factory attendance. Tho total
numbor registered on the first
day was hT0 It is oxpecially
gratifying to notice tho increas
ed numbor taking tho commer
cial course namely 17 in all.,
American Express Monoy
adv Siisbhut's Book Stows,
in M ade-to -Measure Tailoring
for Men and Young Men.
We Have Some Special. All
Wool Fabrics to offer at
MADE TO YOUR OWN MEASURE
To Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Grass. of Ste. Genevieve, on
September 7, 1920, a girl.
Miss Odile Schwet.t returned
For supplies and attachments
see li. A. Gerard, Ste. Genevieve,
Mo , agent for Singer Sowing Ma
chine. Phono 190. M. F. Co. adv
Mrs. William Reeder and son
Thorn u re of St. Louis visited her
to St. Louis Tuesday after a vrit mother Mrs. Belle Thomuro of
to relatives in Ste. Genevieve. 1 our cjty this week.
The Fall Season
of Better Pictures
The ARMORY Theatre
"Bonnie Bonnie Lassie"
A Universal Picture
"Should Dummies Wed"
A Sunshine Comedy
FOX NEWS :-: MUTT AND JEFF
Do early marriages cause
"The Lion Man"
What is Sunday Without The ARMORY