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STE. GENEVIEA ,KMT880ttiL MARCH 5.1021.
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MEYER NOVELTY AND MILLINERY SHOP
A meeting of citizens was held or t10 nimm.i,ii condition of the Bunk
Entered iuto rest in St. Lo Mo.,
op Monday, February 28, 1021, 1 1:30
a. in.. KH'fhurman, beloved hubaml
of Victoria Thurman, nco llrndloy,
father of Ulrdlo McIInnry, .Tonnlo
Hcnedlct, Joyco Post, Laura Fisher,
'J'httrman and Marvin Thurman,
aired f." years. The funeral was held
from Salem Church, Ste. Gonovievo
County Wednesday afternoon at one
iu tlte Court House Sunday after
noon at which Guy Puxton, Sec
retary of the Commercial Club ex
plained the proposition of the
company, which in contemplating
establishing n factory to manu
facture washing machines in Sto.
Genevieve. A working model of
the washing machine was on ex-
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proposition which the company oveni'rafu
offers is that the citizens of Ste. -feg imm,rtV.rkinii'; nn.Y i.imk
Genevieve subscribe for $15,000 cniw..V.,"!,.''l. .'.'. .".V.'.'.'
Vfortli of stock, which will.be used cumuicy .'.V.'.""!!l.
to purchase the she mid erect s,,e,!lH
the plant. About 75 men will bo Total
emp'.oved nt first and more will be M.vniLiTina.
Bdded later. Solicitors were out 'A V r'.I V.H 11 " 1 a 1 " ' I . : I : T . . T I T T
this week and wo understand that yn. Y
one third of the amount ot stock iiieic
required had been subscribed up to ShiSKJh "JES T'. r!"1?
Wednesday. Ste. Genevieve needs Totj
fnetories which will give employ-1 HtatkWmi'sVoum " ' '"'
inrub i ill" uifii hu iijo - w c h ,rl wTMeverV. n nrOKl.lent. and
tiiein nt home nild its lip tC all lier Jolin ll. Walker, hh cashier, of Hiilil liiink.
of Ste. (Ji'tievievent hie. (tcnuviuve.
Statu of Missouri, at the close of
business on the 'il.-t day ol Kobruary
11)21, published in the P.MU
1'r.AV, a newspaper printed and
jmblislied at Ste. Genevieve, Statu of
Missouri, on the oth day of March,
Loans nml discounts, undoubtedly
irimil mi tinrnnnnl nr collnteral. . S12I.7I2.3I
Mrs. Kegeno. I'ctereln, noo Oberlo,
wlfo of John Peteroln of Fostus, Mo.,
died at Mount St. Rose's Hospital,
St. Louis. Wednesday, February 23.
11)21, whero she bus been receiving
treatment for sovcral wcoks, aged 26
years. Besides her husband and two
small children, she Is survived by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oberlc of
Fostus. Mo., and four sister and three
brothers. The remains were brought
to her homo at Kostus and the funeral
was hold from the Catholic Church
Friday morning, after which the re
mains were laid to rest in the Catho
lie Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. William
Oberlo of our city attended the
Word was- received here by rola
tlves of tbo death of Jules ,C,
Gregoiro, which occurred at his homo
In Dubuque, Iowa, Monday, rob
uarv 28. .021. at 1:30 n. in. Thc de
ceased was about 70 years old and
hud been ill many weeks with com
plications. Ho was born in Frederick-
ton, Mo., and was the son of tho lato
Churles H. Grciroiro and Mrs. Mary
Gregoiro, nee Janls. His wife, Mrs.
Klttlo Grciroiro. nco Martin, nrccceu
cd iiini to tboL'rave several years airo.
He is survived lv three dainrmers.
Misses Mary. Kliso and .fosophino
GroL'olre- and a brothor. Cyril II
Grecoire, all of Dubuque, Iowa. Mr
uivioira was won Known in ate
Genevieve and Ills many friends will
lui frrlcrcd lo hear oT Ills death, air,
and Mrs. E. F. Shaw and Miss Marie
Kozicr of St. Louis and Miss Cora
Cox of Sto. Genevieve, left Tuesday
morning for Dubuque to attond the
-us ,i 1.!.,.. .w.uuSl.ln oucli or us, .10 soiomniy
to establish new industries hero.
bad no mother.
Teamster commenced to Iinul sand
Monday to the Rosier lot on Merchant
Street, where the new theatre buil
ding is to bo erected.
Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberle's Butcher Shop. udv
The Kniglits of Columbus held a
special meeting and smoker in tho
Puroeliial School building Tuesday
nioiit. .losenh Kaiii of St. Louis,
was present and addressed the
Call at or 'nhone John .1. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
wear (but the
iovi) Htutemont Is truo tn the best ot our
kunwIedKO nml liuller
Charles W. Mr.vr.Ra. Prenident.
.IflUM If. W.I.KUH. ntlMlllHF.
Hnl.unrlliAil nml nn'nrn tn hetore me. till"
nt day nf March A. I.. nineteen hundrod
wiritinn my iinnu mi uumr.m
sbal : sunt on the date taut aforennld.
inomniliiHloned anil uunlifled for
n term expirlnifOctoiiem. mi.i
Kdwakd n. Mohbau, Notary Public,
wm. t:. liovunin
J'. K. Hikch Directors
Wu. II. SkIaui.
nr. II. Andersen who linn been
nrnnticintr niedieino at Hlnonisdale
inr hvi.ral vt-nis. luft last Snturihiv
pvpniiif for St. Louis, where ho will
make his home. Durititr Id'
Htnv at Hloiimsdale. he made ninny
friends who were sorry to sco
The June Elliott Concert Company
will bo Hid eiitortatiiurs at the next
Lveeiiiu numiier to bo held at the Pub
lie School Auditorium on Wednesday
iiiuht. March Oth. Tho company con
ists of four young lady nrtists, who
(III the requirements of a strictly lug!:
grade, popular Concert Company.
Joseph lilTrein intends lo open a
wagon 'factory on u largo scale in
Stu Genevieve if he gets the prop
er encouragement from the citizens
This new enterprise will give em
nlovuieiit to n number of men mid
it is hoped Unit he will meet witl
success iu his unilertiirfing. '
All Patent Medicines, drugs and
Stationery on sale at muiced
prices at Meyer Novelty mid Mil
linery Shop iu the Knights ot
Pythias Building. adv
Tli Ozora Farm Club wan organ
ir.ed nt it meeting held in tho Uicmcii
School IIoush on Thursday afternoon,
February 24th, with a membership of
seven, all paid up, Andrew Krenzle
was elected President, Henry Huit,
Vice President and Frank S. Bogy,
Secretary and Treasurer.
"Sluv Couldn't' Help if ?he
wanted uie things. See her nt
The AIIMOKY Sunday.
For Kxtrn Good Home Killei
. 102 Main St.
We have almost any thing
want iu the eating lipc.
Ohj Washington's blrtliday, Feb-
HtorABOcicty rendared a very inter-
es'tlhjj' firogrum during an open ses
sion. Jl'liis was tho second program
tliui given and showed some superior
marks ovci thu llrst.
To Soutlieastern Hasketbal! Tour-
naiMntf will lie held at Cane Glrar-
doau on March 10. 1 1 and 12. The
fOlloKitog team? have been proven
elliIbW to enter: Capo "Girardeau,
Chaffee, DeSoto. Jnclcson, Dexter,
Sto. uenevievo, Dcsloge, Senath,
IvCadwdod, Pojilar IlhifT, Sikeston,
Ilimo. Fornrelt, IMlier, Kennett, r es
On M.onday evening, February 28,
and entertained the Kaculty,
tlio Seniors and their, friends with a
'Kid" oartv. As one
iircscnt! 1 will take tills opportunity
of tolllrtg Mrs. England that all en
joyed the evening and only wished it
couiu nuvo occn longer.
Tho last number of tho Lyceum
Gourde ,will lie rendered at tho Public
School Auditorium on vidnpsd:iv
evening, March Oth. The June Elliott
Concert Company will entertain. The
icrsonnci if tins company is June
tClllotti the noted Schroedor Sisters,
Corinno and Lucille mid Hazel v
Jonesi i.This is a company of artists
which havo been brought together bo
cuusn nf tlu neculini' wav in which
the work of one complements that of
tlio otliijr. Each member lias wo'n for
horsclf tt distinct placo in the concert
and Lyceum Held by reason of her
special work during an oxtonded
oxpcrloheo, and a full season of most
successful unautuuquo ensemble woric
stahds as proof of tho wisdom which
tho inahsgeinent 1ms shown in con
solidating .llicso individual artists
into tin unique, snappy, brilliant
and nuisicul company.
Gome And Lou,.
NEW GOOS AND NEW
Mens and Young Me..
Mens Shirts and Neckties
Ladies Goats and Suits
jVciu JO inch Double
2tce Columbia and
Victor Talking Machine
Jlecofds fD cents,
The (iiijiV .Girardeau Protective
iNssouiulinii was1- orirnni'.ed at Capo
Girardeau, Monday uiu'ht. nt a meet
ing of ihoru than 100 leading citizons,
liieepfiiM wver tho murder of Willis
Martini .vetoTun night patrolman, who
wait slibt''twice in the. baok, evidently
after stirprislng burglars at work in a
store. The Association subscribed a
fund to help the police rid the citj of
To Mr. and Mrs Hillary Buyer
of Festus. Mo., on February 'lo,
1921, it girl.
To Mr and Mrs. Fwinlt Lnrlc
of Ste. Genevieve on. March 1,
1, a boy.
For Sde or Hade
Ten gootl mare nmles. 5 yaiiv
nhl, well broke. The good kind.
Will sell or trade them for dog if
I get tho difLorcnce.
adv T. B. Stkauguan.
Truniotl "I'lentoh of vMlnrtenpoli
Minn., nccompniiied by his wife
arrived in Ste. Genevieve Monday
evening, iu the Mississippi HivorScen-,
le Ilighwav scout ear. Air. Piersoiu
who is General Maunuer of tlio Missis
sippi Uivor Scenic Ilighwny Associa
tion, addressed tho citizens ot our
city iu the Court Homo Mouday night
and explained tho object of the asso
ciation and the advantages to he triiin
ed, such as publicity and more travel
by tourists, hv the road which is se
lected as the Mississippi River Scenic
Highway, lie said that the route
through Southeast Missouri had not
yet beuu ilesignated ami urged the
people ot bte. (Jeuevicyo to at once
form a unit of tho association, with
as nnnv member ni pos-dble, if they
want thf Kings Highway tn be selec
ted as tho route, A meeting of the
.Mississippi Hirer Scenic Highway
Association will be held in at. Louis
on March loth.
Miri Iuingeuo Hehin pnterlained
twenty of her girl friends with an
old tiishion dress party at the
home ot her parents. Mr. nud Mrs.
Henry S. ltehni, last Thursday
night. The guests wero all dressed
in quaint old fashion costumes
mid I lie evening was spent iu
lilaying gatncRj Delicious refresh
ments wero served.
When you want the
highest obtainable quality
of Seed Oats, Field and
garden Seeds of ( kinds
go to Boverie's Stor. ml
"ShoCouldr.'t Help If it was
all Uis fault.. ,
l?uy while your ride, ono-third
down, remainder divided m
twelve monthly payments.
Autliorized Sales and Sorvico,
Hepresenlutive fJhamn Clark of
Pike County, Missouri, died
Washington U. O , Wednesday
March 2. 1921, at 2 p. in. in his
seventy-first year, and within two
days of his retirement from tho
House of Representatives, after u
service of 2G years.- Death was
duo to uu attack of pleurisy.
The remains of Mrs. Elizabeth
Amoreaux, (colored) wife of the
late Jotiupli Amorcaux, who died
in St Louis Saturday, February
'Jti, 1921, was brought to bto.
Genevieve, on the Frisco train
Monday night, accompanied by
her three daughters and taken to
the homo of her nephew Boyn
ton Amoreaux. Tho cause of her
death was pneumonia. The de
ceased was 88 years old, a id
practically her entire life was
spent in Sto. Gonovfevc, whoro
she was respected and esteemed
by nil who know her. Tho fu
neral was hold from tho Catho
lic Church Tuesday mornlnp; at
0 o'clock, and the remains woro
laid to rest In tho Vallo Spring
James E. ITayden and Mrs.
Mary 0. Hamuli of Hercuhuieum,
Mo wero married in Sto. Gene
vieve, Saturday February 20,
1921, by Probate Judge Frank
Public School Auditorium
Wednesday Mar. 9th
8 p. in.
Is a company of artists
which we have brought toguthor
bocauso of the pcculiur uy in
which tho work of one comple
ments that of the other, liach
mumbor lias won for herself a
distinct place iu tho concert and
Lycoum field by rcifson of her
special work during and exton
The personnel is: Juno Elliott,
tho noted Schroedor Sisters,
Corinno and Luclllo, and Ilazol
Regular admission. Ileserved
seats nt Rntledgo's Drug Store
and Meyer Novelty Shop,
The Ober Oil Co. luu renclied n
depth of over 180 feet with their
well which they hio pulling down
nenr-Kiver niix Vases. Tho hind
rock which was retarding thepio
gress of the drill was penetrated
Wednesday evening nnd ' 'black
tnu4 wag btnaU, "
'Follow th Crowd There's a Reason
The ARMORY Theatre
"She Couldn't Help It"
What Two Men Can Do To A Girl
MANCE OLDEN was a lonely orphan girl A thief befriended her and taugfc t
her his craft. In gratitude for tlio Jirst kindness she had uvor nown. sho
stole for him. And then one day aHer n daring escapade she came upon tho Other
Man. This man taught her tho meaning of going straight, of self-respect, of an
honest livelihood. Roth men loved her for what they saw in her. Wuich would
Don't miss seeing Uebe Daniels, the "good little bad girl" in "She Conldn't Help It."
AL ST. JOHN in "TROUBLE" SELZNICK NEWS
THE WOMAN G00 SENT"
Thursday ft (7
A Rcalsrt Special
Up through tho thin crust that separates
the gold of humanity from Jho dross, stretched
I hp sinister hnnd that sought In drug her into
the swirling mnolst mm of nnuorvrmid intrigue
and rrimn, Tho girl wns elean, wliolcRotno,
pretty n desirous instrument for ihoso
parasites who feed on human weaknesses.
l")own and down deeper and deeper intp
tho sordid vortex the hand drew Jier until
Within tho reach of all Admission 10e and 15c
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