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FAIR PLAY, STB. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
For a Complete Line
of Ladies' and Children's
Fall and Winter
MEYER NOVELTY SHOP
173 North Main St.
Phone 181 Sto. Genevieve, Mo.
The marriage of Miss Anna
S. Naeger and Harold L. N.irth
cutt was quietly solemn!;', d, at
the Catholic Church in Ste Gen
evieve, Tuesday afternoon Sep
tember 7, 1920, at 3 o'clock, Rev.
Father C. L. vnn Toutv,ihout
officiating. The witnesses to the
ceremony were .miss ltiiizioetn
, . . ,T . . , Lfroquently visited here and
and Charles Nnoger, a sister and f , , , , ,., . .
h,-t,ln. nf i.hn bride. The bride "mny ndho will jo.
Joseph Bond or Ozora visited
St. Louis this week.
Ed. Skewes spent several days
of this week in Ste. Ct nevieve
William Kern of St.
visito 1 relatives in Ste
vievo this week.
Mrs. louisCocoliseand daugh
ter Miss Thelma were St. Louis
Louis Kern attended the Post
masters Convention at Cincin
nati, Ohio, this week.
I .lames A. Dncy, .Jr., returned
tn St,. Lmi s this week altera
visit to friends in St. Mary's
and relatives at Ste. Genevieve
Miss Lena Boyer of St. Louis
mid brother AVoston Boyer of
,! Bonne Term spent last Sunday
and Monday with their parents
in our city.
Mrs. Eliziboth Wehlon who
has been visiting relatives in our
oitv returned to her homo at
Moberly Tuesday. She was ac
companied by her mother Mrs.
Norman Operle- left last Friday
Circuit Clerk F. .1. Rigdon for St. Louis and returned home
made a business trip to Festns Saturday night accompanied by
bis brother Martin Oiierlo who
had been spending tbesummei
and St. Louis this week.
Warren Stanton loft last Sat
urday for St. Louis where he
has secured employment. I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheror
of Chicago are visiting his mo
ther and sister in our city.
Mrs. Louis Doerge of Fenton
visited relatives at Bloomsdalc
and Ste. Genevieve this week. 1
Miss Josephine Schaefer of
St. Louis was the guest of rela
tives and friends in our city this
Mrs. C. E. Hipes and little
daughter Elise returned home
from Mattoon, 111., Monday eve
ning. Mrs. M. F. A. Jimmerson of
Dallas, Texas, is visiting in our
city the guest of her niece M rs.
Judge P. H. Buck returned to
the Tennessee oil Holds this
week. Ho was accompanied by
Miss Nettie Bockerinan who
has been visiting relatives in our
city returned to St. Louis Thurs
Miss Katharine Rozier return
ed home Tuesday from a weeks
visit to relatives and friends at
Mrs. Joseph Geilor, son Leon
and Edgar Geilor of St. Imis
visite 1 relatives in our city last
Sunday and Monday.
Miss Rarlyne Oempsey and
Miss Cathdrine Petrequin left
last Sunday for Crystal Citv,
where they have accepted posi
tions as book keeper and cashier
in the Home Bakery
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burke and
little daughter Susan who have
been visiting relatives at Ozora
St. Mary's and Ste. Genevieve
returned to their home in St
Louis Monday evening.
Albert Woinig who has been
spending the summer with hi:
brother Rev. Father F. X. Wei
nir at Zell left this week for
Kenrick Seminery at Webster
Groves to resume bis studies.
Miss Beatrice iMoreau accom
panied by her friend Miss .lulu
Fields of Mattoon, 111., arrived
bore last Saturday night and re
innined until Monday evening
I the guests of Miss Martha Bus
jlr. J ' M r. and M rs. D. L. Delaney
of Farmington accompanied by
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Isaacs and
' 1.1 iwrlif r.. tf TiiixiM'i III oltiint.
IIIIMIILI I .11 l.tl.HII.I, XII.,
last Sunday in our city the
guests of Mrs. Louise Siobert
Thanks To The Public
brother of the bride. The bride
is the daughter of M r. and Mrs.
August Naeger of near River
aux Vases and the groom is the
s. in of Robert Nortbcuttof Ste
Genevieve. After the ceremony
the bridal party returned to. the
home of the bride, where a wed
ding supper was served to only
the near relatives. The happy
young couple will make their
home in St. Louis.
The marriage of Miss Ado
laido M. Boverie and George W.
Bryan took place at Cape Girar
deau Friday evening September
J), 1020. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Father Lo
Sairo. V: M . The bride is a
daughter of Mivand Mrs. Tom
Boverie of St. Louis and a grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Boverie, of this city. She
congratulating the couple.
County Court Proceedings
Mrs. h. T. -louei of Sl. (Jen-
evioye, ilo., arrived nnrn biinminy.
August 21st. from Long Bench.
Cnli. A party of friends, includ
ing licr finnco, welcomed her to
Fall City. Slio was escoited to
the National Hotel where a quiet
evening was spent.
On Tuesday, August 22ml, there
was a delight fill dinner parly and
then proceeding I" the church of
St. Peter and Paul's. Mr. C.
, Sargent and Mrs. Jones were
united in toe hold bonds of mar
riage by the Key. Father Basil, 0.
Mr. Sargent, better known as
"Happy'', is one of Falls ,(,'?
hustling business men, well met.
and a kind word for every one.
Tli1! bride is one of Missouri's
fine products and comes from one
of Ste. Ueuevievo's highly and re
spected families. Mr. and Mrs.
Sargent left Monday for Missouri
to visit, with Mrs. Sargent mother,
returning Sunday. They are now
at the National Hotel until they
can find rooms as Mr. Sargent, in
tends to liuihl a modern home in
the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Surgenl
have the best wishes of tin ir nliin
erous fi lends for a life ot j'ty ami
happiness. Falls Oily. Nebraska,
MONlUY, SliPTKMUBU 7l'II.
Piesont, Hon. T. B. Strimghnn,
Presiding Judge, Enituett S. Wo-
niaek, Associate Judge, Gottlieb
Uehin, Deputy. Sheriff, A. A.
Requisition for $00. ")0. amount
of State school money apportioned
to Sir. (Genevieve county ordered
made on State Auditor.
Requisition for $141, amount
additional apportionment to cor-
At a 8:30 o'clock Nuptial Mass reet error in the apportionment for
at the Catholic Church at VVein-
garten on Monday morning Sep
tember 0, 11)20, Miss Theresa
Jacob was married to Peter
Schwent, Rev. Father W. Kotte
officiating. Attending the couple
1911), ordered made on State Audi
tor. ' ,
Bond of Severin P. Baslei, road
In the mutter of the petition of
Wendell Jocgerst et id. for
as bridesmaid and groomsman chnniro of public road. Report,
were Miss Marie Jacob, a sister pint and conveyance of tight -of
of the bride and Fred Schwent, way filed and road ordered opened
a brother of the groom. After utexnense of netitiouers
the ceremony at the church, the Abstract of fees collected by F
newly married couple and their J. Higdon filed and approved
attendants returned to the home Abstract of fees collected by A
of the bride, where the wedding A. 13aningartner filed and approv
festivites were celebrated and aL,
wedding dinner and supper was Petition of Nicholas Hertz etal
served to the near relatives, and for submitting horses, mules, asses
a dance in the evening for the cuttle, goats' swine and sheep from
relatives and friends. The bride running at largo in Jackson -town
is the accomplished daughter of ship is filed ami ordered that the
Mr. Lawrence .In cob and the question ho submitted on Novem
groom is the son of Mr. and her 2nd, 1!)20.
9 Tt II A It TkT I
lurs.nenry oenwem, an oi inow Allowed Nace Turlev. dona
OtTenburg. The happy couple L, work $54 roiUi work et,
ieit wecinesuay evening- tor &t. $112( specii1 road Work $81.70
umis wnere tney will matte rpi,0 a,. ..i.
For Sale One used 1918
model Ford touring car.
ndv Stanton Gauaou.'
For Sale House nod corner
ot 011 IjiiHnyo St,, also barn and
diiekon lot. Fine location. Ap
ply at Faiii Pi.ay oflie'e. adv-
Notice No hunting or tress
passing allowed on iny property
day or night.
4idv Fhank A. Hkhman.
We, the Committee having in
charge the arrangements for the
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seitz P'"' iven at Rozier's Grove on
of Wichita Falls, Texas, is visit-)
ing his parents Mr. and Mrs.,
Joseph Seitzof our city.
Mrs. Joseph Lalumondiere
spent last Sunday and Monday
at Crystal City the guest of her
brother E. J. Lelie and wife.
Miss Blanche Ziegler returned
homo last Thursday night from
11 visit to her brother J. C. 'Am
gler and family of St. Louis.
Mrs. William Blackledge and
children and Miss Mildred
White were the guests of rela
tives at Farmington last week.
Mrs. Alma Abernathy and
mother Mrs. Josephine Schroe
Sunday. September nth. 1D20.
hereby express our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to one
and all for their presence and
very liberal patronage. We also
desire to thank all those who
worked and otherwise assisted
us in making this big undertak
ing the great success that it
was. Without the unselfish aid
and patriotic aid of the public in
general we could not have sue
ceeded. We assure one and all
that their kindness and assi.s
tance are fully appreciated by
ndv Tun Committkk.
Milk delivered to all parts of the
city. 12 cents quart, 1 cents pint.
man of St. Louis visited friends ' rwkeis ."'ts ' I"11'
A pretty wedding was sol
emnized in the Catholic Church
at Zell at 8 o'clock Tuesday
morning, September 7, H)2(),
when Miss Rcgina M.'Hiic.k and
Martin M. Kertz wore married
during a Solemn Nuptial High
Mass, Rev. Father F. X. Woinig
officiating, assisted by Rev. Fa
ther Fisher, I). D., as d.'acon,-
md Mr. Albert Weinig, in sub'
deacon. The church ceremo
nies were attended by many of
the congregations, and was one
of the most beautiful ever wit
nessed at a wedding in Zell
Miss Clara Kertz. a sister of the
groom was bridesmaid and
Francis Huck, a brother of the
bride was grooim-man. The
bride is the oldest daughter of
M r. and M rs. Henry A. Hack,
and one of the most popular
young ladies of Zell. The groom
is the oldest son of M r. and
Mrs John Kertz of Hloomsdalr
The bride was dressed in a lovely
but simple white crepe dress
and wore a veil with a wreath 'of
orange blossoms. The brides
maid wore a pale green organdy
both carried llowers. An olab
orate dinner was served at high
noon at the home of the bride
parents. Guests, besides the
immediate family of the bride
and groom were, Rev. Father
Has-iel and brother of IMoom
dale, Rev. Father Weinig and
Jos. Vaeth's Grove X mile
East of School House.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 19th
(.nine begins at 2 o'clock p.m.
Entrance Prize, LIVE TURKEY
Refreshments Will Be Served
The proceeds will be used
to buy a Victrola for the
In case of rain the Euchre
will be postponed until
ij3.n0, Wm. Lambert, special
work district 15, 24.05, road
work 'Uc. $72, Jacob Helber,
road supplied, 82.90, Albert
Trauernicht, road supplies' $1.5!0,
Jas. Woinack, grading, '$42,
Vivian Gaty, disbursements, 83,
Standard Oil Co., truck supplies,
$85.98, Chas. Grundmeyer,
dragging district (5, $38.10, St.
Mary's Garage &Lbr. Co., liv
ery hire, $G, American Law Book
Co., court house supplies, $7.50,
The John F. Bauer Co., county
farm supplies, $39.70 , John
Gordon, subscription work,
$85.50, F. J. Miller, road work
etc., $158.50, Jas. F. Berry, ser
vices as sheriff, 16.72, Gottlieb
Rehin, janitor services, $29.1 1,
services as deputy sheriff, $0.
Wanted Girl for ' lunch
couuter work; $40.00 per month,
room and hoard. Alan woman tor
plain cooking, $50.00 per month,
room mid hoard. Experience not
really necessary if willing to leatn.
Also other hotel help. .One mile
from East St. Louis. State all
particulars in first letter in regards
to age, pkperienco, if any, nnd etc.
Phone or writo
Bell Phono East 2502.
Gertrude Olmstcad, 17-year-old
high school girl and winner
oj: the Elks' $10,000 beauty con
test recently, has become one of
the highest salaried women in
the country all in the twinkle of
an eye, it seems. Not long ago
she bade goodbye to her friends
in La Salle, III., and with her
mother journeyed to California,
where she is to make her home
and fill a $108,000 contract 'for
several years' screen work for
the Universal Film Company.
Notice To Hunters
On account of having my stock
disturbed by hunters and dogs.
uo hunting will be allowed on my
land inside of inclosure, either
cleared or timber land.
L. V. E. H HUMAN,
adv Brickey's, Mo.
GOOD GLASSES PAY
In dollars and cents, time
and comfort. They will nott
cost so much for repairs,
they will hold their shape
better and will be servicahle
long after others are thrown
away. , Prices are entirely
Early eats may or may not be
... I n r i. ...,.
verv wild. iviosc iipm nas ueen uie rise
The trap-nest is the test of the pf Miss Julia Stimson, a St
poultry yard. Louis girl, in the last four years
Jealously is the poison-vino At the time America entered the
on the rail fence of life. war she Avas superintendent of
Tested and tagged farm seeds the nurses at Barnes Hospital
are the only best.
The straw-shed is an ideal ex-
unplo of farm economy.
From there she was sent to
Europe as chief nurse of Base
Hospitai Unit Mo. 1, from which
The moving picture is the station. she was scon advanced
eighth wonder in the world. to chief nurse of the American
Loving a uirl in her overvdavs Red 'Cross in Paris. But re-
is the safest in many ways. cently she has received the" com-
Under equal suffrage, kissing mission of Major from the See
the babies will be hardlv sufti- U'etary of War and has been
Sister Mary Dominic, phar
macist at St. John's Hospital in
St. Louis, has been notified by
the Missouri Pharmaceutical
Board of Examiners that she
has received the highest grade
of all the caudidates taking the
examination in Missouri this
If you want Butter,
Cottage Cheese, Butter
Milk or Skim Milk tele
phone Creamery. adv
placed in charge of all the nurses
in the U.
Charlie Chaplin has at last
demonstrated the "moan" in
Too many persons become in- Vladivostok and
toxicated with the sound of their
The state and national Income
Suit lias been instituted in
Fredericktowrj by John Graham
against the Missouri Cobalt
Company seeking $15,000 dam
age for the loss" of "a hand while
S., numbering about " "uu T , . 1
iicuui uijih iu ms jiubiwuu no was
H.OOO. nnrl nf sill A mnrienii nui-enu
in American hospitals at Brest, e'-an,5 a press not fully pro-
muiuu ttuu wiiiou iuii uit ilia
bering about 100.
Two women in
OVB I1W USE
of Ladies' and Children's Fail
If we haven't what you want we will make it for you.
You will be satisiled if you buy it at
Miss Helen Weinig of a. Rev.
Knther Fi-Ther find Mr. Albert
Wt-inig of St Louis, Mr. ;unl
jlrs John Bnumnn and Miss
1 M A. II nek of Sle. Gi-u.'vieve
.and Mrs ,1 Riclcart of inn
jington. Tiirougb the g(ii'M'ons
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs..
I Hock nil hud a most enjoyable
time. In the evening the Kridal
party was met at the Zell hall by
their many friends fioni the
surrounding country nnd the fes
tivities were continued during
the evening by dancing and
singing. Mr. Kertz is a pros
perous young farmer, after
serving in the recent war bo
purchased a farm near Hlooins
dille, where the happy couple
Taxes are really and truly "out- County, have been placed, on the
go Taxes." Democratic ticket lor state. and
We are all for good roads cou 11 aiuus-' Ml's- M"' B-
ood roads to be paid for by the Ever.so.le of Potosi has been
other fellow. named by the Democratic, Coun-
The ir ranch is afflicted with W Committee as candidate for mines wnicn were controlled by
the clabbering of the milU of Representative m the Legisla- German capital before the Avar
human kindness. ture, and Miss Rebtooa White, have been been taken in charge
Take the "go" out of gossip llls0 of Potosi was selected to by the Italian government assur-
and von bavo doniit.m! t.tio make the race' for County ,nB "iiiy 01 nau tne worm's
hand, crushing it.
When in need of cut flowers for fu
nerals, weddings, piirtion or decora
tive purposes, we will furnish t hem
in any design desired. Prices hIwhvk
reiumimUlu. Phone 151).
adv l,KO C. Bahlkk.
The Monte Amiata mercury
"imp" .of imposition
By Jewell Mayes, Secretary,
Missquri State Board of Agri
supply of mercury?
that 1 5
Notice is hereby given
hunting and trespassing by day or
tiigur. on our laud i strictly for
Hidden, v mutters win De prose
fitted to the full extent of the law
J. C. I)i(ukyani) Tody Duuuv.
' Tell It
With Photographs ' $
i will make the ir future home.
ndv Blqquiijdule, Mo,