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8TE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 27, 1020.
Siebert's Ten Cents Store
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Saturday, October 30, 1920
Fighting for you! Thut's what we are doing. Fighting
to protect .your pocket book. Come 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
Try a glass of lluriwolser Rt
Big cut on Men's work
Jokersf-Yealy Merc. Co.
A marriage license was issued
in Ste. Genevieve, on Wednesday
November 24, to Charles H. Dot
son and Catherine Todd-of St.
"Everybody Sweetheart", one
of the Inst Olive Thomas pictures,
nt the Armory Sunday night. n.lv
Tiiere will be a Euchre at the
Armory Monday night, Decern
""ber 27th. Watch for further
In a large measure one's hap
piness depends upon the sim
plicity of his existence; .that's
.why the illiterate are generally
Order Cut Flowers tor
-Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
True economy in the prepara
tion of meals -for- the family lies
notjyonly in buying wisely but
alsin making the fullest possi
ble'.wse.of whafis bought.
Big '.cut on - men and
boys' union suits.
Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co.
. A barn and its contents, in
eluding four horses and one
mule, belonging to .Joseph
Schweiss, who lives near New
Offexiburg, wiis destroyed Iy
lire Friday night November 19th.
For Extra (Jood Home Killed
Meats, Sausages uud Groceries
. FllKI) S. OlJEItliE'S Mkat AIahket
1G2 Main St.
VVe have almost any thine yon
want in the eating line. adv
Last Monday Fred Jokerst of
Ozora shot and killed a chicken
hawk that measured fifty-seven
inches from tip to tip of wings,
being only three inches less than
The biggest bargains ' since
191,4 in 10c, 15c and 25c values
tot Siebert's 10 Cents Store, adv
Dr. II; S. Ituh ti received an X
Uuy iiiHi-hiiiH which is lieing ill"
sinll (lin his office anil will be
ifiidy I'M u- by next week. The
outfit is out' f I lit best made and
in t'qu jiped tor nil kinds of work
in its fine.
Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberle's Butcher Shop. adt
The next eclipse of the sun to
be visible in the United States
will occur in 1928.
Any one having type writing
work to be dono Phone 177. nut
A'totalof 6,978 persons were
killed aim l4U,Uoa injured on
United States railroads during
lieiiie'inh'er Olive" Thomas?
her at the Armory Suiiduy.
A very handsome set of Stations
from the Atelier of Knlctt.i & Co,
St. Louis, was placed in the
Church of Olir Lady of Help at
Weiniriirttii. The new Way of
the Cross. 4lesed last Sunday
afternoon after Vespers by Fathers
Kotte and Puetter.
Olive Thomas in 'Everybody's
Sweetheart'' will be the feature nt
the Armory Sunday. ad
Misses Sybil Siplier and Marceil
bchvvartz were the entertainers at
the Bewmd iniiiilMir.ttythe- Jiyeeum
Course which was presented at the
Public Si.'hool Auditorium Monday,
night. The program consisted of
vocal solos and selections' on vari
ous musical iustiuineiits. A large
audience was present atid were
well pleased with the entertain
ment. Gall at or ''phone John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all' kinds.
Of tire fllteen constitutional 'at St. Louis, Wednesday Novem
amendments and propositions vo- her 17, 1920, by Justice of the
IaiI on bv the iipnnlfl of Missouri ' Peace William J. lJlesse. Mr.
at the November election ten ear
ned and five were defeated. Tlute
defeated were: Workmeus com
pensation, authorizing increase
tax rate for the repair of public
buildings, iucrmsiug the number
of supreme court judges, increas
ing the number of judges of the
St. Louis court of appeals, increas
ing the salary of legislators'.
vv.v . ( 1 .
Come in this week and see
how .much a small coin will buy
at Siebert's 10 Cents Store, adv
A dozen portraits will solve a!
dozen of your What to give at
Christmus?" problems. Sittings
made now relieve you of shop-
nine worries later on and we will
have time to give the work
adv Dunkeb's Studio.
House Paints $2.85 per gallon.
Get it from the Ste. Genevieve
Lumber Co. adv
Olive Thomas in "Everybodys Sweetheart
The marriage .of Miss Stella
Ruh and Thomas Carney, Jr.,
took place at the Sacred Heart
Catholic Church at Festus, Mo.,
Monday morning, November 22,
1920, during a 9 o'clock Nuptial
Mass, Rev, Father Hottschnel
der officiating. The bride was
attended by her sister Miss
Edit a Rub, while Joseph Lange-
lia, a friend of the groom acted
us best man. The bride is tine
accomplished daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence'Ruh of Fes
tus, and the groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carney,
Sr., of. Ste. Genevieve, and is
held in high esteem by all who
enjoy his acquaintance. A wed
ding dinner was served at the
home of the bride's parents to
the near relatives. The happy
young couple arrived here on
the evening train to visit his
parents. They will make their
home at Festus.
Miss Ann M. O'Hearn of Sti
ljOUls ana Francis a. ivern oi-
Me. Uenevieve, were united raiurer. ye feel that the uuuibetti
marriage at the Holy Namo
Catholic Church, in, SU LouJ
Wednesday morning, ssovemoej
24, 1920, atS.o'clock, Uey, .Sijlimruiiteii.
O'Shea performing. Ulcere
f.Vwi..jUA' On lues
arrived here on fln evening'?' "' T, . 1
..hi .i lu.ft.'.vieve Public School gave u i
biuilj, witcm, vptvsjr, in ui.ao -
linmo Thfifp'inahv friends -fntn
...ui. M .Ui?'k irJi
vvivii ua in vi loiiiuit a'ai. t.
ud bride a happy married
Mica I?iilj n lVf iiohllinmiatnir
and Perry Mumper of Fst StA 8i efforts on the part;
Louis, III., w6re married nt .of the teachers. ri,e hool .r
Terre Haute, Ind
November G; 1920
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Conrad Muehlhacmsler, formerly
residents of Ste. Genevieve, and
she has many friends here, who
join with us in wishing them
John A. Beauehainp and Miss
Lucinda F. Minks of Ste. Gen
! evieve were united in marriage
and Mrs. Beauchamp returned
to Ste. Genevieve that night,
where they will make their
We have cut the prices on
men and boys' Shoes and Rub
ber Goods and can save you
from 50 cents to 3.00, per pair.
We have also cut the price on
Mrs. Louise Clevedied at her
ho , gt Prancois county on
. , - . J'
Saturday November 20th. Her
sons William and Edward Cleve
ana who attenaea too tunerai,
which took place at Farmington,
Big eut on men and
Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co.
'the picture you hsve been waiting for
MIX in "The Terror
X , Setoff 'otes.
On Monday .liuir, November
22nd, the set, . number of the
Lyceum was 1 Midered by the
Siplier.SeliwnrW voinpany t Hie
Public. School 1 toiium. Vety
rawly is a towu ''.his size privil
eged to hear huci ,'onceit as was
given by these hi accomplished
young ladies). T heaiitiful and
unique iustiuuiei s wero indeed
ornamental and 'to further elabo
rate tlio picture the young ladies,
themselves, seemed to have step-
fl&l forth from some at.gelic tims-
.terpiece.. The variety of instru
ments, tanging from banjo to
Xlaphoue, and the appealing se
lection of music, altogether, furl
nislied a delightful program.
The next number of the Lyceum
will be given December 18th and
will be rendered by a famous
iecturor who will read selection
from the works of Charles Dickens,
the novelist. All who are familiar
witli the scene and characters
from Oliver Twist, David Copper
field and the test of Dickeu's
L,,,, ...;ii a,xi,tv th wimiAanm
.,:'" -"rvt ..
treatment given by this great lec-
- ( sufficient recotn
memlti0n for tlie remaining pro-
tm without any additional
gave u most
program which wai
The various drills,
' ,,I,I,"K"KSI I BCUHIIOIIS, BOMS Illlll
.1!.. i i
rauieaux snowed carertu prepara-
tioh on the part of the pupils and
indeed fortunate in having such
able instructors, us Misses Osborne,
ltupple aiidTauis. We hope theso
little programs will occur frequent
ly us they stimulate the social
tpir.it uud brings . teachers and
parents eloser together.
The higii school is preparing to
pieseuta highly modern comedy
entitled "Stop Thief". This piny
is heint; featured in the foremost
theatres of the country at the pre
sent time. There is not a du II
moment, in the comedy and the
entanglement of chance, together
Willi the fancied nluctiou ot
kleptniuauic. which appears to
have fallen upon a prospective :
bridegroom, serve to make "Stop I
Thief a snappy play. The date
is December 23rd.
' In order that the students and
faculty of the high school and
grunimer grades might enjoy a
piolouged Thanksgiving vacation
school was taught last Saturday in
The pupils of the Tercliers'
Training Classes have truly im
bibed the Thanksgiving spirit, as
the artistic decorations and draw
ings will prove to any welcome
visitors who might be interested
in takfug a "peep" ipto the teach
ers training class room.
On Friday, November 19th the
Sophomore Class entertained their
friends with n Thanksgiving so
cial. The evening was enjoyably
spent in playing games and in
dancing. llefresements were
erved during the course of the
ft B: ARMORY
"The Life Line".
The most forceful and
thrilling picture ever of
fered, barring none.
' in lohlwyii'ii
Just an innocent little
fib at firstbut oh!
what' u mess it made.
iMiss Kennedy's liveliest.
and the Weekly
Equal in every way to
her past successes.
To Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Wilson
of Ste. Genevieve, on November
9, 1920, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bieser
of K. R. No. a Farmington, on
November 10, 1920, a boy.
On Friday, November 19th,
Mrs. Constance, Conner, accom
panied by her daughter Mrs.
Richard Murray and daughters-in-law
Mrs. Tom Conner and
Mrs. Edgar Conner of Prairie
du Roche r, III., tendered to her
sister, Mrs. Mary A..lans a
most pleasant and unexpected
visit, the occasion being the
hitter's 80th birthday. Mrs.
Janis overjoyed ut this delight
ful manifestation of devotion,
entered into the spirit of the
party with as much enthusiasm
as the youngest member present.
A delightrul feature of the
gathering was the presentation,
by the visitors of a most beauti
ful and artistic cake, adorned
with eighty miniature candles.
The brothers and jiephews of
the hostess joined the party,
which of course included also
the sons and daughters of Mrs,
Janis. A delightful reunion was
enjoyed by all present, and the
guests departed in the after
noon, wishing her many happy
returns of the day.
Notice To The Public
Duriug the Wiuter months
the butohershops of this city
will bo closed all day Sunday,
begiuning on Sunday, November
BUTCHUKS OF Sl'H. GENEVIEVE
A To-year-old lady of Little
Fall, Now Jersey, cast her first
vote on election day, and was
dead 00 hours later.
Work makes a poor man happy
only because otherwiso ho must
7 and 9 p. m.
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