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STK. GBMWIVE, MISSOURI, MAttCII 12. 1021.
soph Staeokle, ago 74 years
ni; J! months, died tit his homo
in 'r.vstalCity, on Friday, March
4t 1021. Mr. Stauclclo was
bo i near Zell on December 4th,
18'io and lived on a farm in Ste,
Genevieve County, until lie mov
ed to Crystal City. Hois survi
ved by his wife, Mrs Rcgina
Staocklo, nee Grass, eight sons
and one daughter and two bro
thers and one sister, Frank .1.
Staocklo of Crystal City and
Henry Stauclclo and Mrs. Thom
as Klilcr of Ste. Genevieve. The
funeral occured Sunday at 2
o'clock p. in. from the Catholic
Church in Festus
till City Cemetery,
to the Crys
Pay while your ride, one-third
down, remainder divided
twelve monthly payments.
Authorized Sales and Service,
In this issue appears the an
nouncements of F. Anton Weiler
and William P. Hack, as candi
dates for School' Directors of
the Ste. Genevieve School Dis
trict, for term of three years.
Two directors are to be elected
at the April election.
For Extra (Jowl Home Killed
Meals, Sausages and (Jroeeries
Fui:i S Oiiniti.u'.s Mi:at iMakkct
102 Main St.
We huo almost anything you
wunt in the eating lino. adv
"The Shadows of the Shelter
ing Pines," a romance by Mrs.
"Tess of the
will be our
White, author of
next serial story,
in the issue of
Mrs. White has
written some remarkable stories,
which have been featured on the
stage and in moving pictures.
Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberle's Butcher Shop. adv
Friday, Marllth .
with Robert Warwick in
"AN ADVENTURE IN HEARTS"
Uy Antiioxv Hon:
Added Comtdy "Simple and Sweet." Travelogue to Manilla
Sunday, Mav loth
'It Pays to Advertise'
BRYANT WASHBURN - LOIS WILSON
Ihero urouiiirtucn peaks in Colormlo higher
than Pike's 1'uak "it pays? to advertise! "
Comedy 'Back to The Kitchen'
and The Ford Weekly
Wednesday Mav 16th
MAURICE TOURNEUR'S 'VICTORY'
with JACK HOLT A story of I ho South seas
Added Comedy and
Sundays 7 and 0 p. in.
a"ou j During the week 7:0
On Wednesday evening, March
0th, the last number of the Ly
ceum Cou rse was rendered at
the Public School Auditorium by
the Juno Elliott Concert Com
pany. The musical numbers
presented were certainly appro
ciated as they were rendered by
such capable persons.
The High School Basketball
Team departed for Ca)o Girar
deau on Thursday morning to
!tako part in the Athletic Tourn
ament. They were accompanied
by Mr. Danuser. "Our boys"
have lost but two games this
season and wo trust tho Toil rnii-
ment proves a success to them.
Several of the boys of the Ag
riculture Class are prepared to
spray trees. This is the season
and the boys are willing to do it
at a reasonable price.
The different classes are pre
paring exhibits of their school
work for the exhibit to bo held
the last week of March.
When you want the
highest obtainable quality
of Seed Oats, Field and
Garden Seeds of all kinds
go to Bovcrie's Store, ad
The Stanaon Garage sold and
delivered three Ford cars last
welt. A touring car to Robert
Canon, a roadster to Dr. Kra
mer of Bloomsdalo and atour-H
ing car to James Cook of Kinsey.
All Patent Medicines, drugs and
Stationery on sale at mluced,
prices at. Meyer Novelty and Mil
linery Simp in tint Knights of
Pythias Building. ady
Commencing last Saturday,
the Frisco accomodation train
No. 82!1. which arrives at Ste.
Genovievo at 8:1 5 p. in. runs
only as far as St. Mary's instead
of Chaffee, Mo.
Call at or 'phone John .1. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
of pirated of the main
of a girl and lur rescuers
by Mai'mci: Toiut.'i:rii!
Magazine "World's Bridges"
p. m. Admission I0c-20c
Order of D
At (5 o'clock a. n thw Mass
At this Mass i Queen's
Daughters, Sodality of the B.
V. M. and the Holy Angel's So
dality will receive Holy Com
munion in a body.
At 7::i0 a. in. Low Mass
At this Mass the Local Coim
cil K. of C. the C. K. of A., the
Holy Name Society and the Ski
Vincent do Paul Society will re
ceive Holy Communion in a body.
At 0:00 a. in. Solemn High Mass
of Exposition, followed by Pro
cession and Litany of the
At 11:00 a. in. Low Mass
At .'5:00 p. m Holy Hour
At 7:il0 ). in. Vespers, Ser
mon and Benediction.
At 0:00 a. in Low Mass
At 8:00 a. in Low Mass and
At 10:00 a. m...l Solemn High
MasH for Peace.
At 11:00 p. in.... Holy Hour
At 7:00 p. in. Even Song (Com
plins), Sermon, Benediction.
At0:00a. in.. ...FjOW Mass
At 8:00 a. m Low Mass and
At 10:00 a. m High Mass
AtihOO p. m. Holy Hour
At 7:J0 p. m. Even Song, Closing
Sermon, Procession and Bene
diction. Hocus or Adouation.
11:00 to 11 :00 a. mRoom No. 8
il:ao to 12:00 m. Room-No,' -7
112:00 in. tol2:30p. m. Room No. 0
12:80 to 1:00 p. m Room No. 5
1 :00 to 1:80 p. m Room No. 4
1:80 to L':00 p. m Room No. 3
2:00 to2:C0 o.
2:80 to 3:00 p.
m Room No. 2
m. Sodality B. V.
3:00 to 4:00 p.
1:00 to o:00 p.
in Holy Hour
in. Cjueen Daught
ers and Married Ladies
5:00 to 6:00 a. m Sisters
0:00 to 7:Q0 St. Vineent dc Paul
Confessions will be heard all
day Saturday, beginning at 9
a. in. on Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday from 0:30 to 8:00 a m.,
and after Holy Hour and Bene
That Southeast Missouri can
justly lay claim to the most pro
liflc crops on earth was again
demonstrated March 3rd when
twin baby girls were born to
Louis E. Penberthy and his
wife, Anna May, of Bis
marck, Mo. The combined
weight of the twins is 19j.j
pounds and their advent makes
seventeen children for the family.
Penberthy is 45 years old
and his wife, -4 1, and they have
boon married twenty-two years.
They live on a farm near Bis
marck. ' This is the first set of
twins, all previous births being
Frank Vunpolt and Ella A.
Popnen of Modoc, 111., were mar
ricd in Ste. Genevieve Thursday
morning, March 10, 11121, by
Juatice of the Peace Joseph II.
America's contribution for the
relief of starving Chinese has
reached tho sum of $2,710,7."iS,
The relief committee is still so
Uniting. Miss Mildred Rutledgo, ac
companied by Mrs. Hugo Horn
burg, of St. Louis, arrived hero
last Thursday night and re
mained until Sunday evening
visiting her fiaronts, Dr. and
Mrs. G. Mi Kutlcdge.
meeting was held at the
Court House Monday night, at
which Mr. Henry of St. Louis,
one of the men interested in the
establishment of a new patent
Electric Washing Machine Fao
,tor,v in Ste. Genovievo was pros
nnd explained the proposition
which the company is offering to
Sto. Genevieve and urged the
people to subset ibo for the am
Mm nt of money required as soon
its possible if they wanted the
factory located lieiv.
A number of subscriptions
were received at the meeting
and we were informed that the
amount pledged up to the mid
dle of this weel; was within
$l,ii00.00 or the amount required.
Solicitors are out soliciting sub
scriptions and if Sto. Genevieve
wants the factory the required
amount, $1.",000.00 will have to
be pledged at once, so that the
company can goon with its pro
The signers of the petitions
agree to pay to the Commercial
Club the amount sot opposite
Ihoh" -names, said-amounts
create an available sum
Sl.'.OOO.OO to bo used for the
purpose of establishing an
Electric Washing Machine Fac
tory in the city of Ste. Gene
vieve (or in the immediate vicin
ity thereof,) In the failure to
secure the establishment of the
factory in Ste. Genevieve or
vicinity all the money paid will
be returned to the subscribers.
After the factory has been in
operation for six months, the
'"Wllii S'U ',c redeemable
I I. I . l II j il..
by each subscriber, from the
Electric Washing Machine Co.,
in either cash or stock of tho
Company, at tho option of the
subscriber. Stock to be of par
value of $10.00 per share.
Four available locations aie
being considered for the factory
but it is thought that the Vaeth
lot on Market street is the most
Warren 6. Harding Inaugorated as The
29th President of The (Jolted States.
Warren Harding was inaug
urated as President and Calvin
Coolidgu as Vice-President of the
United Slates, on Friday, .March
llh. President Harding attended
tho inauguration of Vice-President
Coolidge in the Semite Cham
ber immediately before his own
inauguration. The oath of oflico
was administered to the President
at 1: IS p. in. by Chief Justice
White, of the U. S. Supreme
Court, and immediately utter his
inaugural address lie conferred
with the Senate which was in
executive session and submitted in
person tlm nominations of his ten
cabinet oflicers, nil of whom were
President Wilson was insistnut
to the last moment, that lie would
carry out a retiring President's
ciisloiuury part in the inaugural
ceremonies, lint ho unnlly j lehled
to tho warning of his physician
Unit he might endanger his life
ami only neeoimmiiied his sauces
sor to tho Capitol, where lie re
mained a few memento, then re
tired to Iur private honiu to be
come "plain Wooilrow Wilson
now'' ns he oxpn'ssnl it.
For Sale or Trade
Ten good mare iinilep, o years
old, well broke. The good kind.
Will sell or trade them for a dog if
1 get the dill'orenee.
adv T. 15. S'ritAUiiiiAN.
Andre Oborle visited St. Louis
For Men and
ri'ivos will not change,
Dr. Wilhtid, a Professor in the
Chicago I'uiveraily, was in Ste.
(Jeiiovieve hist week mid while here
purchased a track of laud near tho
Little Saline, ('reek from Charles
Uudloll', for the University. For
a number of yeats Dr. Willaid
bus, during tho summer, brought
a class of student from the Uni
versity to the vicinity of the Little
Saline, where they would spend a
mouth in studying geological
formal inns. We understand a
building will he eiveted on the
laud which will be completed he
foio the arrival of the students
The ARMORY Theatre
"Out of The Chorus"
BLOOD WILL TELL
The blood which flowed in the veins of an impetuous
chorus girl proved nobler than that of the blue blooded
aristocrats whoso son she married.
Although she bud to go back again to pink tights and
spotlights, she saved the man she loved from death.
Selznick News Sunshine Comedy "The Slicker"
St. Patrick's Day Program
."The Luck of The Irish"
An Allen Dan n iiroilnctiim
The Photo Drama of many
Ocean mill river voynees!
(oiiilula, clcpli'int, einuel and
liflisliaw Miles! ! l ights wtlh
lite Black II ami; sluuidng
matches with ilns;v Alain,
liaskv Chinamen ami white vil
linns! I'niicli nnil IVp. Ibwiiiuice
nml AilwntuiT. I. in c mul lutrl
die. Iliiiiinr mul l.niiKlitcr- ni:il
n Trip Aroiinil (In? Uui'lil!
lltirnUt Ji(K,Y(i i'-if.'
Also third episode
Made to Measure from
Pure Woo! Fabrics at thr
Lowest Prices In town
when Quality 1 Consider
ed. If you want your suit fo
Easter you must
Do Your Shopping Earl
Come In To-day and pic
out the Pure Wool Fabric yoi
like best and get Measure
for your New Spring Suit.
Ivistor Falls on the 27th o
March so there's no time fo
delay if you want your sui
here on time.
Wi) also huvo n Complete
Lino of Itciuly Made Suits in
the Latest Styles
so don't hesitate to buy
The Ober Oil, (las, Gml and
Minerals C(. have been making
' better headwiy with their well the
last ftnv days. The haul flint
rock and sulphate of iron forma
tion was penetrated Inst week and
(the indications are Unit the dril
ling will bo much latter from now
on. They are now drilling with a
i throe foot, stroke mid u depth
of 215 feet was renche! Wednesday.
I When in need of out flowers for fir
I Mends, weddings. parties or tit-corn-I
tivu purposes, we will furnish thuiu
I in tiny iteMcti ile-ired. Prices nltvnys
i reasonable. Phone Jo!).
' fdv Li:o O. Baslur.
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