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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, DECEMBER 2"), JB20.
We have this year, we believe, a very wonderful as
t sortment of
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 when sold out.
Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
:'s Book Store
Mrs. Theresa Buff, nee Mc
Attee, wife of John Buu died at
her home, in St. Mary's, Mo.,
Saturday evening, December 11,
1920, after a lingering" illness,
aged 69 years. Besides1 her hus
band, she is survived by live
children and live grand children.
The funeral tool: place from the
Catholic Church at St. 'Mary's.
Monday morning at 9:80 o'clock,
and after a Requiem Muss, the
remains were laid to rest in the
Catholic Cemetery. . '
Miss Anna Grobe of Crystal
City, Mo. and Richard J. Cairns
of Rossford, Ohio, were married
at the Good Shepherd Rectory,
at Toledo, Ohio. Thursday after
noon, Decemlu 9, 1920, Rev.
The bfldo is
Mr. and Mr!
friends in Ste
join with us in
i enry Grobe of
and lias many
Merry Christmas to nil.
Try a glass or Budwelscr nt
The services at the Catholic
Church in Ste. Genevieve New
Year's day will be as on Sun
days, except that there will be
no afternoon services.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and ail occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
A six months old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Roussin died
Tuesday and was buried Wed
nesday in the Valle Spring Cemetery.
Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberle's Butcher Shop. adv
The Seasons Greeting to one
and all. May you all enjoy a
Merry Christmas and a Happy,
Healthy and Prosperous New
Year. P. H. WEILER.
adv Mangr. Armory Theatre.
Arthur H. Debolt and Miss
Victoria Bequeret,-- both, of St.
Louis, were married In Ste.
Genevieve, Wednesday Decem
ber 22, 1920, by Joseph H.
Vorst, J. P.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence lv. Williams of Jiriclcey,
i Mo., on Monday December 0,
1920, twin boys. One of the
twins died Tuesday afternoon
and the other one died Wednes
day evening. They were buried
Thursday afternoon in the Con
Biiilivelfter on tub nt Ganahl's
Soft Drink Stand, i adv.
A passenger air line, iiialcing
from three to lour trips per
week between St. Louis -and
Chicago, will be in operation
February 1st, according to an
announcement made by diaries
Ora of Kansas City, president
of the Commercial AirsliiV, Syn
dicate, Inc. One airship, with a
capacity of lifty passengers and
eight tons of mailed freight,
will inaugurate the alfc.. line.
Others are expected to,;f6llow at
an early date.
Henry Donze who has been
attending the State University
at Des Moines. Iowa, is visiting
nis parents Mr. ana Mrs. jnicho
las Donze at Weirigarten.
A Merry Christmas to all is
the wish of the Fair Piny. It
seems but yesterday chat wo
sent a liko message to you, and
vet a year has ilown by. May
your homes be bright, the dear
children of your household be
ham.v and the great wisn ana
hope of your hearts be realized
this Christinas tide.
Pay while your ride, one-third
down, remainder divided in
twelve monthly payments.
Authorized Sales and Service,
The Charleston Milling Com
pany of Charleston, Mo., recent
ly closed a contract with a
national Jewish organization for
2000 barrels of Hour, from which
will be made the unleavened
bread to be used by the Jews
in all parts of the world.
in offering the season's
Greetings for a Merry
Ohristmasanda Hap py New.
Year, we assure you of our
appreciation of your loyal
ty which has helped us to
reach our Fifty-second An
niversary of Continuous
Service to You.
BOVERI E' STORE CO.
Community Tree For Ste, Genevieve.
John Routon of St. Louis was
the guest of William Sexaucr
and family of our city last week.
Mike sura of a "fftFlfy jjfjglBlfis" -aw W amusements
To-night, Friday Xmay Day, Dec. 25th...
Robert Warwick in "MIZZOURA" 'Tr'' 7'
HOUDINI in "The Grim Game"
A Paramount Picture , , , n , 4. T,
World famous By Arthur B. Reeve
The Story Jim Radburn, Kate Vernon hand-cuff king in the
and Travers the express-robber as told in the ftlstesfc n,ov5 detecfcivc stor-v ever otTem1-
novel by' Augustus Thomas. Two Part Comedy
Sunday, Dec. 26th... Wednesday,1 Dec. 29th... , ;
Rogers aaun'H COWPUHCHER" MQ0T6 in "STOP THIEF' i
' The News says this comedy is 99 and all' fast presents the comedy that
44-lOOth percent perfect. That ought to con- set the world to laughing. There's a lot of fun
vince the few who don't know Rogers. . m ifc' that w vc m,ssed-
Added Comedy and Weekly Added Comedy
Thanks to the public spirit,
and generous work of some of
the leading members of this
community, Ste. Genevieve will
enjoy again this y-env, the pleas
ant spectacle of a Coinin unity
Owing tbscirciimstauces it was
necessary to' purchase outright
the colored lights and other
trimmings, and those who have
been approached have "assisted
liberally in raising about one-
half of the purchase -price. To
all who wish to contribute, the
L. B. V. will present a suitable
opportunity, by givirg a euchre
for the purpose on Monday, Jan
uary i, 1921. Any surplus will
revert to the treasury of the L.
A public Christinas tree is to
the community not only an
ornament, but above all an in
teresting symbolic presentation
of the Yuletide message. The
tree itself, of the hardy peren
nial variety, stands in opposition
to that central tree of paradise,
"whose mortal taste brought
death into this world and all our
wee," whereas he that shall par
take of the fruit of this Tree
shall live. The lights, consti
tuting its principal adornment,
remind us of the "Light of the
World," a fitting object lesson to
those who sitting in darkness
would direct our desWtties"'-ao.
cording to the ancient superi-
nun ui uie uentues. ineueu
cate ornaments, a corruption of
the fruits and pastries which in
former times decorated the tree,
point to the source whence all
good gifts and all perfect gifts
come. The pleasing ensemble
(in its .light and its color) adds
somewhat of joy and gladness
to our workaday lives," and its
evergreen hue Refreshes in us
the abiding hope of the greater
lasting good that shall be ours in
rrv. TVf i. ......1 AT.., 1 .1-.
Basler, of Ste. Genevieve, on
December 20, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Hoog, of Ste. Gonevievd, on De
cember 20, 1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Tlapek, Jr. of St. Mary's, Mo.,
on December 19, 1920, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Schwent, of Twin Falls, Idaho,
on December 13, 1920, a girl.
Josepii Ayers and daughter
Miss Genevieve returned home
last week from St. Louis.
Special CHRISTMAS NIGHT, Saturday 8 Reels and Comedy
Clara Kimball Young in "The Eyes Of Youth"
"HXET Alice Brady in 'The New York Idea' oZlay
Special TUESDAY SPECIAL The
Anniversary Week "The Soul of Youth ARMORY
A Realart Production
Programme comedy serial Theatre
111 "TIlA AilirA1ltl1Atf Final Episode
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