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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 1021.
Services at Ste. Genevieve
Church During Lent
The season of Lent opens on
AhIi Wednesday, February Dili,
with the IiIoshhik and distribution
0 t.lio ashes, as n symbol of pen
ance, followed by High Mass. The
order of (services at the parish
church of St. Uenevieve during the
sen son of Lent will lie as follows:
On Sundays the Musses will he
.'as usual: Low Mum nt G a, m
with an instruction.
Low Mass at 7:30 a. in. follow
ed hy a sermon.
High Mius at 9 u. in. with a
Low Mass ut 10:45 a. in. with
At 3 p. in. Way of the Cross and
At 7 p. in. Vespers, lenton ser
mon and benediction.
On Wednesdays, Way of the
Cross after the last Mass at 8 a.
in., followed by benediction At
7:30 p. in. Rosary, lenten sermon
Oif Fridays at 7:30 p. m. Way
of the Cross and benediction.
During Lent the church will re"
main open until 8 p. in. for private
The Forty Hours Devotions will
bo held on Passion Sunday, Mon
day and Tuesday, March 13, 14
audlO. The order of services for
the devotions and Holy Week will
be published later.
Call at or 'phone John if. Ober
Ma's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
The ARMORY Theatre
Just two men facing each other across a narrow table! And yet, here is without
doubt the most dramatic and powerful scene ever reproduced upon a strip of gelatine.
For one man almost mad, after cankerous months of suspicion and distrust, was accus
ing his dearest friend of life's basest treachery of robbing him of his wife.
Power? Drama? Spectacle? Irresistible appeal? "THE FURNACE" has all of
these because it is real life! It grips the heart of an audience. It meets every test
which a picture must pass.
Showing at 7:30 and 9:15
Al St. John
"For The Soul of
and "The China
Carlisle Rozier and Miss Alice
Margaret Stewurt, of St. Louis,
were united in marriage ut the
homo of the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Rozier,
in Farmington, Thursday eve
ning January 127th, at 7:30
o'clock, Rev. Father Ryan ofli
ciating. It was a quiet home
wedding, only members of the
family being prescut. Mr. and
Mrs. Rozier left immediately
after the ceremony for a brief
honey-moon trip. Upon their
return they will reside in Farm
ington. The Farmington News.
The groom has, many friends
in Ste. Genevieve, who join with
us in wishing them a long and
happy wedded life.
Double Euchre and Dance.
Your last chance before March
27th at Ste. Genevieve Parochial
Hall on Monday, February 7th at
2:00 and 8:00 p. in. Given by
the Ladies Building Fund. Ex
cellent articles for in file, prizes in
Kreat numbers for the lucky ones,
admittance prizes both afternoon
and night. Do not fail to attend,
There were 75 baptisms dur
ing 1920 at the Catholic Church
of Ste Gmevieve, 29 weddings,
29 funerals, of these 5 were in
fants. 4(J children made their
first Holy communion and 277
wore confirmed by Archbishop
on Men and Boys Suits
ad Jokeret-Yealy Merc. Co.
the graveyard of Ambition is
Try To Get In
.Remember Ladies! There are as many oppor
tunities for the husband to fall as there are for the wite.,
If you want to keep that hubby of yours, study him, watch
him, please him and be sure to see
Silk Husbands and
also "Pirate Cold"
Volunteers Work On Streets
Owing to the lack of futids in
the city treasury some of the
streets of our city, where the
traffic is heaviest, huvu been in
very bud condition this winter,
being all cut up and full of ruts
Lust week some of our young
men discussed the street situation
and "upnd being informed that it
would hu impnvilite for the.dty,
with its present revenue, toinake
all the necessary repairs, hefta
meeting and decided upon ft pliili
to help fix up the streets.
They volunteered their services
fine of charge, to work on
streets for a week, which was ac
cepted by the city authorities.
The use of a number of teams and
wagons wore donated for the week
by some of the nearby farmers and
Monday morning the men ami
boys commenced to work on Mer
chant Street and by Tuesday oven
ing a layer of gravel was spread
fiom Front Street to Fourth Street'.'
Wednesday they worked on Wash
ingtoii Street and up to noon
Thursday gravel was spread from
Third Street to Main Street. Six
ty men are at work' with eighteeii
teams and over 500 loads of gravel
haye been hauled. The saving to
the city for the days so far worked
is over' $375, as gravel spread
upon the streets cost the city ap
proximately 75 cents per load. :
The attitude of the men is to lie
commended. It. shows th6 proper
spirit and that they are enterpris
ing citizens not afraid to do some
work in behalf of their city.
the predominant note in
Prices 15c and 25c
County Court meets next week.
Fresh Oysters at John .1.
Oborlo's Butcher Shop. adv
Beginning Sunday February
Oth, the Post Ollice in Ste. Gen
evieve will hereafter close at 11
The Meyer Novelty and Mil
linery Shop have received a new
ana complete lino of millinery
goods this week.
The groundhog saw his shadow
Wednesday. This, according to
the old-timers, will delay the
advent of spring for six weeks.
Do not lot your husband out
flow tlio girl of his dreamt-. He
".Silk Husbands and Calico
Mrs. Joseph H. Weiler was
most agreeably surprised by a
number of, her lady friends at
her home in this city last Sun
day afternoon. The occasion
being her birthday.
Frtr Extra Hood Homo Kilted
Meats, Sausages and Groceries
FkisdS. Oiiuklk'sj Mi: at Mauki;t
1G2 Main St.
We have almost any thing you
want in the eating line. adv
The Bucholtz Kiofer Post of
the American Legion gave a
boullion at the Parochial School
Basement Wednesday night.
Guests of honor were the vet
rans of Spanish American,
Boxer Rebellion and Civil War.
- If thon "wouldn't his fancy keep,
try silk hose and trim shod feet.
See ''Silk Husbands mid Calico
Uev. .J. Walsh went to St.
Louis Monday. A number of
his friends have arranged a
euchre at St. Malachy's hall for
the beneiit of the new rectory at
Coifinan. The rectory is near
ing completion and will soon be
ready for occupation.
Buy and sell pure bred stock
and poultry, machinery, automo
biles, laud, farms, stocks of mer
chandise or anything Of value
through The Farmers & Merchants
Exchange, Grisham Bldg., Fred
eiicktou, Mo. Want adds are
A change in time of trains on
the Frisco took elfect last Sunday.
The north hound trains now ar
rive at Ste. Genevieve at 4:51) a.
in. and 7:50 a. in., and 5:15 p. in.
and the south hound trains at
11:02 p. m., 8:15 p. in. and U:57
on Men's Winter Underwear.
Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co.
Wo were informed this week
that over half of the amount re
quired to huild an opera house had
been subscribed. Tho building is
to he erected on Merchant Street
on the Kozior lot, between Hie
Eagle Bakery and Hindi & Doug
las' Drug Store.
Pay while your ride, one-third
down, .remainder divided in
twelve monthly payments.
Authorized Sales and Service,
William Forkell, Lecturer, ap
peared as entertainer at the fourth
Lyceum number in tho Public
School Auditorium Wednesday
uifjit. Mr. Forkell is mi excel
lent orator and his lecture, on "The
He-Discovery of America" was
enjoyed by all who attended.
Sale Of Francis LaRose
All of the Francis LaRose property
consisting of his home and nearby farm
will be sold at Public Auction to the
highest bidder, at the Court House at
1:00 p. m. on Tuesday, February 8th.
These properties will be offered both separately
and as a whole.
Henry Rozier, Jr., was a St.
Louis visitor Wednesday.
William Bader spent last SunJ
day and Monday in St. Louis.
John J. Oberle was a St. Louis
visitor the early part of the
Jules Papin is spending this
week with his children, in St.
Miss Berenice Yealy was the
guest of friends in St. Louis
Edward Karl of St. Louis is
visiting relatives at Weingarten
Felix LaRose and Charles
Morice were Bloomsdale visitors
Mrs. Mike Beauchamp is
spending this weelc with rela
tives at Festus.
Judge T. B. Straughan and
Louis Ziegler were St, Louis
Miss Alice Beeve of St. Louis
arrived here last Monday to
visit her parents.
Miss Mary O'Hearn and little
nephew Billy Kern are visiting
relatives in St. Louis.
Stephen Morice of St. Louis
visited relatives in Ste. Gene
vieve the early part of the week'.
William P. Buck and John
Walker made a business trip to
Bowling Green, Ky., this week.
Anthony ElTrcin of St. Louis
spent last Saturday and Sunday
with his parents in Ste. Gene
vieve. Miss Clara Baumgartner re
turned home this week from a
visit to relatives and friends in
Prof. C. M. Danuser attended
a meeting of the State School
Superintendents at JetTerson
City this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacob
and little daughter Dorothy of
Festus are visiting her parents
in Ste. Genevieve.
A. C. Chandler, Thomas Colli
man and William Schaaf of Min
nith left this weelc for Hot
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Hindi visit
ed their nephew Theodore Au
buchon at Crystal City Tuesday,
who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Charles Blaine of St.
Louis visited our city last week
the guest of her parents Mr.
and Mrs, George Well nor.
Miss Catherine Rozier return
ed homo last Saturday from a
visit to friends at New Madrid,
Maiden and Capo Girardeau.
F. A. Rigdon and daughters
Misses Anna and Luulla of
River aux Vases are visiting rel
atives in St. Louis this week.
Prof. Max J. Savilc and wife
of Bloomsdale passed through
Ste. Genevieve last Saturday
on their way to Fenton to visit
his mother who was ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schearer
of Morehouse are visiting in our
city the guests of her sister
Mrs. G. H, Arthur and husband.
Miss Sadie Lalumondier who
is attending tho Chillicotlio Bu
siness College at .Chillicothe,
Mo., is visiting relatives at
Miss Marion Ziegler returned
home Monday night from a sev
eral days visit to St. Louis where
she been the guest of her sister
M rs. Fred Jones and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Aber
nathy and little son Bobby of
Crystal City were the guests of
his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Abernathy of our city 'last Sun
day. Leon Heiserer of Ozora left
Thursday morning for St. An
thony's Hospital, St. Louis to
receive medical treatment. Ho
was accompanied by Frank
Miss Lillian Weiler who is
teaching school at Oakville and
Miss Dorothy Berry at Jeffer
son Barracks were week end
visitors in our city the guests of
Mrs. Marion Gisi and little
aaugnter itiugenia returned to
their home at Chaffee Tuesday
morning after a visit to her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hoffman of our city.
Mrs. C. L. Harrison and little
! niece Sallie Leuer of Cape Girar
jdeau arrived here last Friday
and remained until Monday
morning visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rozier.
Mrs. Alita Meyer returned
from St Louis Monday, where
she had been selecting a new
stock of millinery goods and get
ting the latest ideas in spring
hats for the local trade.
Attorney J. C. Pratte, wife
and little sou Joseph Coffman
Pratte, Jr., of St. Louis passed
through Ste. Genevieve Thurs
day on their way to visit relatives
at Minnith and Coffman.
Peter A. Weiler of Zell left
Thursday morning for St.
Mary's Infirmary, St. Louis to
receive medical treatment. He
was accompanied by his wife
and Mrs. William B. Schmidt.
Mrs. M. J. Nulsen who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Blacklodge of our city re
turned to her home in St. Louis
Wednesday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Blackledgo accompanied
Tom Lalumondier left Tues
day evening for St. Louis to join
his wife who is visiting their
daughter Mrs. Ora Goodpaster
and while thero will purchase a
stock of spring goods for the
Boverie Store Co.
Closing Out Sal
Mens heavy underwear at
ad Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co
In proportion to its population,
Missouri ranks third in news
paper circulation according to
tho Nows Print Scrvico Uurcau.