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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 155, 1920.
Siebert's Ten Gents Store
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Saturday, October 30, 1920
Fighting Tor you! That's what we are doing. Fighting
to protect your pocket boolc. Couie in this week to see our
New Departments of 5, 10, 15 and 25 cents
practical utensils and knick knacks for the home
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
The Stntitnti GnriiKO dolivored n
Ford Truck to Hovurie Store Co. this
The Beauvais and Saline town
ships school exhibits thnt were
to be hold at the Independence
school Saturday November 20th,
has been postponed until some
time after Christinas.
Come in this week and see
how much a shiall coin will buy
at Siebert's 10 Cents Store, adv
The biggest -bargains since
j14 in juc, Ji)c ami zuc values
at Siebert's 10 Cents Store, ndv
There whs an eclipse of the sun
Wednesday mornhur. The eclipse,
.which wus scheduled to hej,'in nt Hl.TO
a. m. and diminish at si:i) u. m. wus
not seen in this locality on account of
the cloudy weather. The last .sun
ccllnso visible hcio was on June 8,
1018 and the next one will be in the
The Home Bn leery on Mniu Struct,
which has been clost-d for the pust few
mouths was piuchnsed this week by
G, A. Arthur of Chaffee, Mo. Mr.
Arthur is Retting tliiiitrs in shape to
open tlio bakery and confectionery
store within tlio next few days.
Tlio Ladies Sodality will givo a
Euchre at the Parochial School
Building on Thanksgiving Day,
November 23th, afternoon and
BThnrsday, November llth,, was the
sosoud anniversary of the siuuintr of
the armistice, which ended the world
war. The local ennip of the American
Legion celebrated the event wit!, a
dance at the Armory Hall.
NO WOOD! NO COAL! Use a Can't
Clou liuruer. Will heat an oven to
linking point in 10 minutes.
HKNKY CRUMP, Audit,
Sto. Genevieve, Mo.
A I nice audience attended the
drama " Natures Nobleman", which
was presented by loenl talent at the
Parochial School Hall, Sunday after
noon and Monday night. Everyouo
who 'look part in the piny were well
versed in their parts and the imper
sonation of the various characters was
House Paints $2.85 per gallon.
(Jet it from the Sto. Genevieve
Lumber Co. adv
Call at or 'phone .John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
The ottlcial returns from all over
the stato indicate that Amendment No.
(I. callin" for the issuance) of bonds
for tlio purpose of buildlm' good
roads ..carried. Proposition No. I.'),
the state-wide prohibition enforce
ment act is supposed to have carried
notwithstanding the large vote cast
against it In St. Louis. Tho New
Constitution Association of Missouri
claim a 30.000 majority for proposi
tion Wo. li), winch provides lor a
Halt! Double Eu re and
D - - ce at Zell Tuesday. Nov.
23rd. Games commence at 2:00
and 8:00 p. M. Prizes a la Zell.
Admittance prize, one big
"American Eagle," A little
auctioneering on the side. adv
Fred Roth, and old and re
spected citizen of this county,
died in Ste. Genevieve, Tuesday
November 9, 1920, after a linger
ing illness, aged about 72 years.
He is survived by three daugh
ters. The remains were buried
in the City Cemetery Wednes
Kor Extra Good Home Killed
Meats. Sausages and Groceries
Fred S. Oiihw.k's Mkat Makkkt
1G2 Alain St.
We have almost any tiling you
want in the eating hue. adv
"THE EGG-CRATE WALLOP"
Charles Kay's Best '
'The STRANGE BOARDER'
You'll go blind looking for a better come
dian then Will Rogers. In a class by
AAAmA Comady and
Addad Th WeeKly
7 llool Production
"THE VENGEANG OF DURAND"
st.mi.iK Alice Joyce
and an all star cast
"Rex Beach" Is your guarantee.
10c and ISc
The marriage of Miss Louisa
Busier ond Joseph A. Joggerst
occurred during a Nuptial Mass
at the Catholic Church ut Ktver
anx Vases, Monday morning.
November 8, 1920, at U o'cloclt.
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Father L. Broeckeltnann.
The witnesses to the ceremony
were Miss Appolonia Busier, a
sister of the bride and Philip
Joggerst, a brother of the groom.
After the wedding ceremony the
newly married couple and their
attendants returned to tho home
of the bride's parents where a
wedding dinner and supper was
served to the near relatives.
and M rs. Henry Busier and the
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Euule Joggerst, all of
River ,aux Vases. The happy
youug eouple will make their
home in Ste. Genevieve.
Miss Marie Muellersmau, and
Charles Buford were married
Sunday afternoon, October ill,
1920, at tho bride's home in
Frederick town, Rev. V. J. Mc
Carthy performing the cere-'
inony. The bride's sister Mrs.
J. C. Schulte acted as matron of
honor and her husbaud, J. C7
Schulte, was best man, only
members of the family being
present. On account of the re
cent bereavement in the Muel
lersman lamily, tins marriage
which has long been expected
was a very ouiet affair. Iinuie
diately after the ceremony,;. Mr
Buford took his bride U? their
new and cosy home iur-Pedar
Bottom, where he is engaged in
the mercantile business. Both
young people, are well aHdiavor-
ably known in Frederick town,
and have a host of friends, who
wish for them ever happiness,
The Frodericktown Democrat
A Pulmor Method representative
visited our school Monday. A lesson
in drill work was given the penman
Mondnv. November 22nd, the sec
ond Lyceum Coursu Number will be
rchdetvd at tho Auditorium. We
trust that as favorable a crowd will
bo in attendance as was tlio llrst time.
A reuoi-t bus been received from the
Statu Hoard of Education giving the
music pupils ono credit of unit for
Several of the High School students
are ltrenarin'' a iiluy for presen
tation. The titlo is "'The Stock
fliief." Watch for date!
i Members of Teachers' Training II
tend III sncht several periods this
jveek doing observation work.
Double Euchre and Dance
The young men cf St. .losoph's
Parish, nru preparing' for n Monster
Double Kiiehre and Dance at Zell,
Tuesday November 23rd. Listen, a
liirgu turkey is awaiting somebody, as
an admittance prize. The euchre
prizes will also surpass in quality and
quantity all previous Kuchrcs. So
bring yum friends, to good old Zell,
on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p. in.
and lit tho evening at 8:00 p. in.
Meet us at Lawrence Huck's Hall for
a stiff giuiip. Don't forget you may
take that turkey hoinu with you.
Miss Dena Kreitler, daughter
terof Leo Kreitler of Weingar
ten and Joseph Heitman of Old
Monroe, Mo., were married ut
the Holy Ghost Church in St.
Louis, Tuesday November 9,
11)20, by the pastor, during all
o'clock Nuptial Mass. The wit
nesses to the ceremony were
Miss Cecelia Dreiswend, a niece
of the groom, and Frank Beck,
a cousin of the bride.
Pearl Young and Mrs. Kittey
Spraul were united in marriage
at St. Margaret's Church in St.
Louis, at 2:80 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, November 3, 1020, by
Rev. Father O'Brien. The wits
nesses to the ceremony were the
bride's sister, Miss Stella Spraul
and friend Anthony Duttolnos.
Mr. and Mrs. Young arrived in
Ste. Genevieye last Friday,
where they will make their
Miss Marie C. Carroll and Ed
ward T. Long of St. Louis, were
married at the Catholic Church
in Ste. Gesevieve, Tuesday after
noon November 1), 1020, by Rev.
Father A. Wenipo.
To Tbi Voters of Ste. 6eneilere County.
I, the undersigned Itepreseuta
tive elect of Ste. Ueueviove Coun
ty, retuin iiiy heartfelt thanks to
the people of Ste. Genevieve
County for their loyal support
given me in the lust election. I
hope to be able to meet the ex
pectations of my constituents, for
I will cerUinly and earnestly en
deavor to represent the whole
people, regardless of party affili
ation, rich or poor, white or bluuk,
trieud or foe. The cause of good
roads, and better schools und es
pecially rural schools, and all
other subjects that may como up
will receive my strict attention .
GOFOUTU J. DITCH.
Regular Meeting Novembers, 1!)20
Meeting called to order by May
or 1 A. Weiler.
Present, Mayor V. A. Weiler,
Aldermen (Irieslmhor, It. Helitn,
Vorst, DuHoclier. Snippy, U.
Pelnii, Collector llerter, Marshal
Aberimtliy mid Clerk lfozier,
Minutes of previous meeting
weie read and approved.
Collectors report read and or
Warrants to the amount of
$538 22 issued.
Butchers of the City appears hi -foie
Hoard in regard to having
their license reduced. Matter tak
ing under advisement.
A 100 W. lamp was ordered
placed., at corner. ofLalJny ami
Street Commissioner instructed
to see Home Light & Water Co
in regard to over now of then-
Elmer, the 0 year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roth, died
at the home of its parents at
Festus, Mo., Tuesday November
0, 1020. The funeral was held
from the Catholic Church nt
Festus Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Peter Kunkle and Antho
ny Grass of Ste. Genevieve at
tended the funeral.
PRICES HAVE GOME
Big Values in our
New Fall Lines
Suits and Overcoats
Wool and Corduroy Pants
Coats and Suits
Sweaters and Underwear
Men, Women and Children's
One Price To All
Ordsr Cut Flowers tor
Partus, Weddings, Fun
rals and all occasions
from Bovsris Store Co.
To Mr. and Mrs. Anton X
Schweiss of River aux Vases, on
Mrs. William Moreau and son
Russell spent Monday ,in St.
Miss Lillian Schillyof Blooms-
dale left last Saturday morning
for St. Louis.
Mrs. Jasper Morice visited
elatives and friends at Bonne
Dr. L. J. Hubor attended the
Dental Society Meeting in St.
Louis Tuesday niht.
VionPapinof St. Louis spent
last Sunday in Ste. Genevieve
the guest of Mrs. Fannie Vion.
Ted and Gus Meyer returned
to Jefferson City last Sunday
after a visit to relatives in our
Mrs. Loo Rohm and little
daughter Yvonne were St. Louis
visitors Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Milton Sommers of St.
Louis is speiiding this week with
her parents m Ste. Genevieve.
Wilford Olcenfuss returned
home Monday from a several
days visit to friends in St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Siebert
and children of St. Louis visite:!
re1iitlvesatRiver aux Vases lastJ
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hipes
and b iby of Crystal City were
the guests of relatives in our city
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sexauer
of St. Louis visited our city this
week the guest of their daughter
Mrs. Ed. Chardin and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Coff
man of Coffman visited our city
this week the iruests of M r. and
Mrs. William H. Blackledge and
Miss Mildred Rutledge of St.
Louis arrived here Saturday
night and remained until Mon
day morning visiting her par
ents. Mrs. Henry Jacob and little
daughter Dorothy returned to
Festus Tuesday morning after
a weeks visit to her parents in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huck
left last Friday evening for
Bonne Terre and remained until
Tuesday night visiting her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. William Mor
ris. Mrs. Walter Govreau and lit
tle daughter returned to their
home at Festus Thu rsday morn
ing after a weeks visit to rela
tive's at River aux Vases and Ste.
Rev. Father Joseph Fitzkam
of Benton who was visiting his
parents and brother in our city
this week spent Monday in St.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Boi
ling of St. Louis is visiting at
New Offenburg the guests of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Josej h
Miss Edith Milster of St.
Louiswwaa tire guest: of .Mr. and
Mrs. William Baumstark and
family of our city the early part
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fnllert
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Weber and baby of Festus
were week-end visitors in our
city the guests of relatives.
S. B. Donze of Weingarten at
tended the 28rd annual State
Mutual Fire Insurance Conven
tion at St. Joseph, Mo., this
week. His wife accompanied
him as far as St. Louis.
Mrs. JoImBoskump and child
ren Hilda and John of St. Louis
wera the guests of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langhardt
on near Ste. Genevieve from last
Saturday until Monday evening.
Gilbert Siebert accompanied
by his friend Jack Myers of St.
Louis arrived here Saturday
night and remained until Sun
day evening visiting his mother
Mrs. Nettie Brenerman.
Mrs. Andrew Wilder and
daughters Misses Rose Mary
and Martha left Wednpsday
morning for St. Louis and re
turned home Friday night on
the steamer Bald Eagle accom
panied by Mr. Wilder who is
serving on the Petit Jury.
Any one having type writing
work to be done Phone 177. adr
At The jrmory Theatre
Sunday Night Tuesday Night Thursday Night
u Sessue Hayawaka wm. Parnum
Edith Roberts '
' in in
"TheJriflers" "The Devils Claim" ."Heartstrings"
If you believe in the devil, . m . ,
you'll like this ono. A T.VPcal Farnum Picture
"HIS WIFE'S CALLER" and The story of a brothers
n. ? t-i j cmitd nm i a nn sacratico for a sister's love.
The Sunshine Comedy SNUB' POLLARD
-and In also
FOX NEWS "Doing Time" JACK DEMP5EY
October 28, 1920, a boy.
Try a glass of lludwciser at