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STE, GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, DECEMBER 18, 1B20.
Wo have this year, we believe, a very wonderful as
Ideal Christmas Gifts
Things that are surprisingly low in price, yet possessing
character and. distinction. .
GIFTS FOR EVERYONE
Family, friends or formal acquaintances, and we arc
ready to serve you now. In thus bringing Christmas to
your attention so early we are giving you the advantage of
selection while the stocks are complete. Also there are lines
that we will be unable to replace'whensold out.
Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
Siebert's Book Store
To Mr. nud Mrs. Charles E.
Tinker of . t.e. Genevieve on No
vember 29, 1!)20. a boy
To Mr. and Mrs. August Pfnff
of Ste. Genevieve ou December 3.
1920, a gill.
To Mr. and Mrs. John J. Uovro
of Ste. Genevieve ou December G,
1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gov
renifofKfe. Genevieve on Decern.
,ber 7, 1920. a boy. .
To Mr. mid Mrs. J. E. Ilipes of
Ste. Genevieve on December 15.
1920, a girl.
Candy and Handmade Gifts
Cajl at the Biel Building,
opposite Overland Garage, for
Homemade Candies and Home
Also furs cleaned, remodeled,
relined. Old sets made into latest
siyies. rnew sums taniieii aim
made up. All work guaranteed,
Pnntlien starring Norma Tab
mndgoTliur8dayuttlie Armory, ad
A marriage license was issued
in St. Louis last Thursday to
Thomas A. Immell of St. Louis
and Rose M. Burle of Ste. Gen
Save Money, buy your Coffee and
Groceries at Boveiie Stoie. adv
Bryant Washburn in
"WHY SMITH LEFT HOME"
by Geo. Uroadhurst
liven better tlinu "Pooit Boon"
, to all the rich humor offered by
in the Saturday Evening Post Story
' ( "Thihmkd With 'Red"
Added Comedy and The Weekly
Will Rogers in
'JES' CALL ME JIM'
to warm your heart, to tioklo your funny bono
just as all Rogers' pictures have done.
The LYRIC Theatre
Watch for our holiday program next week
Sunday Owen Moore in "The
Poor Simp. adv
'An adjourned term, of thp
Circuit Court convened in Ste.
Genevieve Tuesday. Change. of
vnnue casos from S, E, Missouri
are being trh3d. , k
As usual Boveiie Store has
the Fluent, tlie 'Best and the
Cheapest Xinas Vv liirs and Candies
in town. adv
Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberlejs Butcher Shop. adv
A. C. Clander of Minnlth
visited St. Lopis and Ste. Gene?
vieve this week-.
Norma TnhundRo and Owon
Moore at the Armory next wenk.
The total number of Ameri
can soldiers gassed during the
World War, excluding marines
and sailors, was 70,522 of whom
1,221 died and 2,658 were dis
charged as suffering disability
Try iriiiRH of lludwelNcr at
Christmas Servicis -it tlii. MmmmMmmmmmm mmmmmmm.mmmtmmimsM
Ladies Coats And Suits
Church of Ste, Genivim,
Christmas will be most
solemnly celebrated this yertrat
the Church' of Ste. Genevieve,
as was the custum in olden
There will be a Solemn High
Mass at midnight. the real
Christ-Mass. At this midnight-
Mass Holy Communion will be
At 7 a. m. there will bo two
TjCtW Mil(Jo !ilr nf. n in I
This will be the children's MnsfQ
lit which me .rauitionai (jurists
mas carols will bo sung. There
will be a second Solemn High
Mass at ten o'clock. Thero
will be no Mass at quarter to
eleven. At three o'clock p. In.
there will be Solemn Vespers
The choir is rehuarsjng spedial
Christmas music for the holi
days. At a quarter of twelve
Christmas carols will be sung
and the midnighi Mass will be
begun at twelve o'clock sharp.
Confessions will bo heard
Friday morning, Fridav after
noon beginning at 2:80 p. m. and
Friday evening beginning at 7
p. m. -
A dozen portraits will solve a
dozen of your "What to clve at
Christmas" problems. Sittings
made now relieve you of shop
ping worries later on and wo will
have time to give tho work
adv DtJNKEii's Studio,
Russell McNeece, 0 year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mc
Neece was taken to St. Anthony's
Hospital, St. LouisnMonday for
medical treatment. The hoy
was accompanied by bis father
and mother and Dr. G. M. Rut-ledge.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties. WeddlngsvFu it
erate and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co. -
More than 3.000 immigrants
are passing th vouch New York's
Ellis Island station daily. For
tlie nscal year jyi)-lU,l more
than 1,000,000 will have passed
through the station, More than
10,000,000 are waitinir in war-
stricken Europe to swarm to
this country as soon as transpor
tation can be obtained.
Annual Closing Out Sale
1 Size Iti Green and drey Mixed Wool Suit Worth $18-50 Sale Price $13.75
1 Size M Navy Blue Wool Heriru Suit Worth 29.."0 Sulo Price. ; .S20.62
1 Size yGNavy Bluu Tri.iotino Wool Suit Worth $II.7ij Sale Price $31.25
1 Size 30 Navy Blue Trieoline Wool Suit Worth $38.25 Sale Priee $27.50
1 Size 30 Navy Blue Trieolino Wool Suit Worth $37.50 Sale Price... $27.50
1 Size 38 Uicpii and Grey Mixed Wool Suit Worth $18.50 Sale Price $13.75
1 Size 38 Navy Blue Wool Sere Suit Worth $33.75 Sale Price . $24.75
1 sixo 38 Navy Blue Wool Trieotine Suit Worth $40.00 Sale Price $26.25
1 io40 Navy Blue Wbol Trieotine Suit Worth $44.00 Sale Price $32.72
1 Size 40 Navy Blue Wool Kure Suit Worth $33.75 Sale Price $24.75
1 Size 40 Black French Wool Sertio Suit Worth $39.50 Sale Price ..$29.00
1 Size 44 Navy Blue Wool Trieolino Suit Worth $40.50 Sale Pnyo $31.98
I Size 38 Burgundy Coat Woith $3.5 Sale Price $18.98
1 Size 38 Brown Velmtr Coat Worth $17.00 Sale Price $14.98
1 Size 38 Brown Velottr Coat Worth $18.50 Sale Pi ice $15.25
1 Hize'42 Brown Vel mr Coal. Worth $2.50 Sale Price 318.49
1 Size 41 Black Bread Cloth "Slout" Coat Worth $22.50 Sale Price $15.75
1 Size 38 Short Black Plush Coat Worth $25.00 Sale Price $19.98
BOVERIE STORE COMPANY
One Price To Ml
Regular meeting Monday, De
cember 13. 1920.
Meeting was called to order
by Mayor AVeile.1. Present,
Mayor Weiler, Aldermen Gries
haber, H. Rehm, Vorst, DuRn
her, Stuppy and G. Rehm, Col
lector Herter, Marshal Aber
nathy and Clerk Rozier.
Minutes of previous meeting
wore read and approved
Collectors reports were read
and ordered Hied.
Bills to the amount of !?r.07
were paid. i
It was ordered that an ordi
nance be prepared combmintr
the offices of City Marshal and '
It was moved, seconded and
carried that ordinance in regard
to butcher license remain as it
now stands on the records.
John Koetting appeared be
fore Board in regard to picture
show license. Matter to be con
sidered. In the matter of complantof
overflow of water tank of Home
Light & Water Co. Street Com
mittee and Marshal report that
ditch has been cleaned and
that water carries off satisfac
tory. Ordered that an ordiance bo
prepared in regard to punch
Uill of Dr. M. Rutledge for
fumigation tabled until next
Representative of Success
Petroleum Co a mica red 1
Board. It was decided not to
contract for road oil until
Jtwas ordered "that. 500 feet
of lire hose be uurchased.
Aiiliitiiser-Kiisch's ru I ltrn I oil
HiKlweisor on tap at Oanalil's
Soft Drink. Stand. auv.
Pay while your ride, one-third
down, remainder divided in
twelve monthly payments.
Authorized Sales and Service,
President Wilson Monday is
sued an appeal for funds for the
reljef or the starving children
of Central and Eastern Europe'
The president announced thai;"
he would make -twpnt.v nf t.ii.
children his temporary wards
and would contribute for their
Now is the time to spray your
fruit trees with Lime Sulphur.
Get it at the Creamery. adv
James Moore, Sr., spent sew
oral days of last week at Bonne
J Cl'L'li- Vlsihmr h u cr. T.,i,..
Moore and wire.
Mrs. Walter Govreau and lit
tle daughter Vernetta of Festus
were the guests of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogt of our
Call at or 'phone John J, Obor-'
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
Mrs. Will Collier spent several I
a&ys or tnis weoK in St. Louis.
"The Poor Simp"
His name v;as Caruthers and he
was a simp from start to linish. Ho
called on his best girl to propose, but
forgot what he was thero for.
And that was only (hu beginning.
Ho went from bad to worse. Finally
he wanted to commit suicjde, and no
body blamed him. Who could,
A Sunshine Comedy
"HOLD ME TIGHT"
"The Dragon Net'!
A pledge that is given and broken a
soul that is sacrificed on the alter of love.
The greatest film in the career
of Norma Talmadge