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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 12, 1021.
Hotels To Change Hands
Noah Govroau wns found
dead In the railroad yards one
mile north of. Sto. Genevieve
Tuesday auoriioon. ui jiuo
nob been feeling well for a long
A . 1 I 1 , t 1 .1-
m . i . . .. pi . ri
.time, out was ac ms usual wont
as oar repairer for the M. and .
3?ti1 l?rnl (1111 Inffr. flirt i-ttitii1
houso at- Little Hock after din
gier Tuesday to examine the cars
in the yai'd. A short while after
other employees of the road saw
him laying along the track .and
upon examination found that lie
had died of heart failure. Mr.
Govroau was r2 years, 8 months
and 0 days of age and has been
employed at the round house at
Little Kook for a number of
years. Ho is survived by his
wife and daughter. The funeral
was held Friday morning and
after services at the Catholic
Church the remains were laid to
rest in the Valle Spring Ceme
tery. "Everything new from
Probate .Ilidge Frank J. Iluck
is on the sick list this week.
Potatoes for sale. Sl.iiO per
bushel. IIUNKY IlKIiZOG.
Regular Monthly Euchre of
Ladies Building Fund Monday.
November 14th at 8:00 p. m. adv
The contract to build 1.401
miles of the Ste. Genevieve and
Farmington road, southwest of
Weiugarton, was awarded to S.
P. Ruvnolds of Caruthersville,
by the State" Highway 'Board last
Friday for $lu,032.20.
Bazaar Saturday, De
cember 10th. adv
The Meyer Novelty and Mil
linery Shop wns moved this
week from the K. of P. Building
into the building on Menhant
Street, formerly occupied by
Win, V. Bader's Hard wave Store.
Buy your Meats and Groceries
at Fred S. Oberle's Meat Market,
the best and cheapest place in
town. For cash only. adv
A son of Joseph Govroau, who
lives 'with his father on a farm
near Wiser aiix Vases was at
tuckedby a bull Wednesday and
.severely injured about his face,
his jaw being broken. He was
taken- to a hospital in St. Louis
For Extra Good" Homo Killed
Meatt--, Sausages ami 11 roue litis
Hull ut '
FkkdS. Oiiihti.n's-MK.vr AIaukkt
102 Main St.
Wo liuvo almost anything you
want iu tlia eating lino. tnlv
Come to the Biol Building,
opposite Overland Garage, for
Good Home Made Candies and
Hand Made Articles. Also have
for sale the Franco American
Hygiene' Toilet Articles. Your
patronage will be appreciated.
Open Monday, November llth.
udv MRS. JENNIE VORST.
Mrs. O. II. England enter
tained a number of friends on
Wednesday evening, November
2nd. The house was decora tod
with autumn leaves, and euchre
was the game of the evening. A
number of dainty prizes wore
given to tho successful players.
Later hi'theevoning a lunch was
served, which was enjoyed by
all present. .Those present were:
Missus Catherine Huck and
Martha Busier, Mesdames P. II.
Weiler, lort Siebert, Edgar Sio
burt, Hathaway, Reeco, Huck,
Hoiserer, Schwent,' Huber,
Ratlin, Oberle, Jokorst, Rut
ledge, Simon and Uruidgore.
August LaCh'anco spent Mon
day in St. Louis.
Robert L. Riley spent last
Sunday in St. Louis.
Frank Grass made a business
trip to St. Louis Monday.
Mrs. Mary Burgert visited
relatives in St. Louis this week.
Charles Wilson was a St.
Louis visitor Wednesday.
Robert ,1. Hoas of Brickey vis
ited Ste. Genevieve Wednesday.
Damian Oberle and wife spent
a few days of this week in St!
Joseph Weiler and Judge P.
H. Buck spent Monday in St.
William Doe'rgo visited rela
tives and friends in St. Louis
last week. ,
M rs. Peter H. Huck spent last
Friday and Saturday in St.
II. L. Wozier and Jules Petre
quin made a business trip to St.
Joseph Buehler af Porryville
visited his mother in Ste. Gen
evieve this week, i
Miss Annie Burch i-oturned
home Saturday night from a
visit to St. Louis.
Miss Riga Rigdon of St. Louis
visited her parents in Sto. Gen
evieve last Sunday.
Miss Mildred Rutledge visited
her parents in Ste Genevieve
Sunday and Monday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V.
Brorn of St. Mary's visited Ste.
.Mrs. Justine Linderer retur
ned home this week from a visit
to relatives in Lafayette, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Vion Papin vis
ited Ste. Genevieve last Sunday,
the guest of, Mrs. Fannie Vion.
Mrs. Ludwinc Morenu of Mat
toon, 111,, was the guest of rel
atives in .Ste. Genevieve this
Raymond Thomure and wile
of Ten Brook spent last Satur
day with relatives in Ste. Gen
evieve. Mrs. A. S. Colo of Rush Tower
was the guest of her sister-in-law.
Mrs. O. H. England, last
Mrs. Alota- Meyer was iu St.
Louis this veelc purchasing
goods for. her Millinery and Nov
Misses Vivian and Dorothy
Gaty, Anna Busier and Grace
Roberts motored to Arcadia
last Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black
ledge .returned home Saturday
morning from a visit to relatives
iu St. liOtiis.
lh'1 and Mrs. E. P. Jones ar
rived here Tuesday from Pop
ular BluiT to visit Dr. and Mrs.
G. M. Rutledge.
John Kirk and wife returned
to their home at Valley Park
last Sunday, after a visit to rel
atives iu Ste. Genevieve.
Mr. and Mrs Francis J. Riwier
and' little daughter Mary Louise
motored to Capo Girardeau last
Sunday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Mosor
and Edward Mosor of St. Louis
were tho guests of Edgar Siebert
and family last Sunday.
Frank A. LuGravo of St. Louis
visited Ills daughter Mrs. Theo.
Douglas and family in Ste. Gen
evieve Tuesday and Wednesday.
Capt. Harvey Neville and dipt.
Staloy of Chester, III., were in
Sto. Genevieve Thursday, look
ing over thu Held in regard to
putting in a Ferry Boat to cross
tho river at Little Rock!Landiu
Tho Meyer and City Hotel will
botli change hands next week.
Mrs. Aijielia Lenenborger and
Miss Isa James of Bismarck,
have leased the Meyer Hotel
from William Baumstark and
will take charge of it Monday.
J. M.i Aulsbur,v sold the fiinu
ishings of the City Hotel to Mrs.
Carry Miller of Festus, this
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vuu.c mm sue win common u,j
hotel commencing on Tuosda.y,a
iNovemuer Join. si
To Mr. and Mrs. James Mc
Mullin of Plattin, on October 10,
11)21, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. August Gies
ler of Ste. Genevieve, on Novem
ber 7, 1021, a boy.
Armistice Day, Friday, No
vember llth, the third anniver
sary of tho signing of the armis
tice which ended tho World's
War, lias been proclai med a
legal holiday by the President.
Mayor Pax ton issued a procla
mation Tuesday requesting the
citizens of Ste. Genevieve to ob
serve tho day and the American
Legion gave a dance at tho
Armory Hall in the evening.
Sealed proposals for carrying
the U. S' mail (including parcel
post mail) between the Postoftice
at Ste. Genevieve and the Frisco
depot, each way as' often as re
quired, will be received t by
Postmaster L;uisJ J. Kern untif
November 18, 1921. , This ser
vice will not be let for -a stated
period and no written contract
with bond is required. Propo
sals should be enclosed in a
scaled envelope marked "Pio
posal lor Mail Messinger Ser
vice on Route Number 24,20,"
and the name of the bidder
should be written on the outside
of the envelope and handed to
Mrs. Andrew Wilder returned
homo last week from St. Louis,
wheiv she has been receiving
medical treatment for several
Mrs. F. A. Meinliard returned
to her home in St. Louis Sunday
evening, after a visit to her
grandfather, John Burch in Ste.
Mrs. Samuel Bond, son Sam
uel Jr. and daughter Rosaline of
Porryville were the guests of E.
P. Boverio aid family last Fri
day and Saturday.
Mrs. C. J. Harmon and little
son Morris returned to their
homo iu Maplewood Thursday
morning, after a visit- to hei'
mother Mrs Rudolph Docrge
in Ste. Genovieve.
Mrs. Leon Vorst, daughters
Myrtle and Alice and son Joseph,
Mioses M.irie Moore and Wilma
Oberle motored to Frederick-
town last, Sunday to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Mitrvin Whitworth and
Mrs. Peter 11. Weiler, Mrs.
Benjamin Rottler, Mrs. Genev
ieve Grieshaber, Misses Grace,
Laura and Lavurn Jokorst, Her
nice Yoaly, Agin s Baiunan, Ir
ma Siebert, Irene Baumstark,
Annie and Myrtle Kern
motored to Porryville
Monday evening to attend tho
initiation ceremonies oT a class
of 2r into tho Porryville Camp
of the Western Catholic Union.
Big values iu Used Ford Cars
at Stanton Garago. Touring
Cars, Runabouts and Trucks. It
will pay you to look tlioin over
before buying, udv
The school notes were missing
last week and we were sorry to
disappoint so many but circum
stances woul.l not allow other
wise. Tho Hallowe'en was an en
joyable affair at the High School.
LAudilorium'. The spoolcs walk
ed and the fortunes toolc many
queer turns under tho hands of
ho i(, Jnlo.1Pe,01.s.
,.c nt ,md (l
present had a good time
and will want to come again. We
can promise something just as
good in tho future. The school
takes this opportunity to thank
the public for the large atten-
donee and for tho nice sum' the
evenings program netted. We
now have $HK1.07 as the result
of the one holiday's festivities.
This goes to pay on a Victrola
which wo hope to have very soon.
Mr. Schufer was out of school
most of last week. He returned
to his home on Tuesday and was
unable to bo about for several
uays. we are giau u ropori mac
he yas able to return to work
again and is "on the job" in
classes and will be as good for
Miss Osborne left Wednesday
evening for tho sstate Toacnors
Meeting that was held in St.
Louis last week. She reports
an-enjoyable meeting and an en
joyable time in the city.
The report cards of the grades
were sent out this week and are
partly returned at this writing.
Of course some pupils and par-
JJtxts were not pleased with the,
guides given. If you were not
pleased we want you to ask why
the 'particular grades were not
up to standard. If the grades
were not m or more, tne pupu
is not doing what the average
intelligent pupil should, When
you arc! pleased with the work
done by the pupil, please be
sure to give the pupil encourage
ment by telling him or her that
you are pleased. The teacher,
also, would appreciate knowing
that you are pleased with the
The high school cards were,
given out on Tuesday afternoon.
Here, again, there was some'
disappointment. Some will
wonder at 'tho deportment
grades, but do not expect the
pupil to act differently from the
place in any other group or pub
lic gathering and yet get a pass
ing grade. Poor grades in de
portment will keep several from
getting into the basketball games
this year unless they are some
improvements. Poor grades al
so tends to keep the teacher
from judging the true worth and
standing of the pupil. As the
year advances, poor grades iii
this particular line will nattir
ally count on grades made iu tho
The second number of the
Lyceum Course will boon the
coming Saturday evening. No
vember 12th, at ft:15 p. in. The
Ernest Gamble Concert Party
assures us that they will nicely
cap off ou r celebration of the 1 1 th.
Mr. Gamble, himself, will no
doubt celebrate in some way
since he has spent much time in
touring France singing for the
"homesick" and "othurwisu "
Yanks, Tickets will be out Sat
urday and may be reserved at
usual places. Bo sure to bring
your season tickets though you
have a reserved seat.
At this writing the' girl's
basketball team is planning on a
trip to Porryville with the de
termination of beating theglrl's
team ut that place. This is thu
Don't lot a few warm days fool
you In to forgetlng about Winter.
You ru going to iiavo winter just
tho .Mime. Hotter coino around and
tiiko it look nt tho handsoino Suits
mid Overcoats wo mi) .showing.
TliL'ii if it's to hot to buy now you'll
know right whero to go when over
tho weather forces you to it.
.Vhuost every duy .Something Now
that's good to Kut comes in. Things
your appetite calls for at this Kca
son of the year. Grapefruit, Cran
lierrios, Coeoanuts, Nuts of all
kinds, lloucy, Orated Horseradish
and a hundred other good things
space won't permit us to mention.
Now when it gets dark early and
evenings seem long everyone looks
for some way to amuse themselves
at, home. What eould be more sug
gestive than a Talking Machine.
It's the one Instrument for tho
homo. The one instrument that
sins, talks and pluys every kind
of music, Hut when you "jot a
Talking Machine get a good one.
We sell Victrohis. Orafonala's and
Moart's, the Worlds Standard
'Vulking Machines and Records.
first game of the season and the
promises of a good team is ex
cellent. The first game of the
boy's team will be played here
ou December 2nd. All those
planning to go to Perryvilk will
be assured of a neppy game.
Come out and support the team
when it is at home or while it is
visiting near towns like l'erry-
ville., Anyone wishing to take party lias not only earned tho
some of the teams members to name "entortaiucrs" before
Perry v'illo will notify the school 'large and select audiences but
or tho coach of the girl's team. I has perfoi incdAiefore and pleas
We are wanting and planning to 'ed botli peasant ami royalty. In
take along a crowd of rooters to jits tour of the world, the party
boost tho team to a winning:
"Everything new from
The Gamble Concert Party
The second number of the
Lyceum Course will be with us
on Saturday evening at 3:1 ;"i p. j
m. Those who were with the!
audience ,on tho last number can j
assure you that we hud an ex
cellent program and you are as
sured even a better program
this time. The prograu begins
later in tho evening because
of Saturday's evening trading.
Tho price of tho tickets will be
the same, 50 cents for adults
and 10 cents for reserved seats,
to all. Tickets and reserved seats
on sale at Kutlego's and Meyer's.
Got your reserved seats early as
we expect these to go early.
Ticdfets will ) iitil, on Snl.iinli.v .
The Gamble Concert Party is
, , ,, ,.
co.nuosed of three persons, "H
artists. Mr. Ernest Gamble is
at tho head of the party with liisi
bass voice. Mr. Gamble has u
voice of wonderful depth and
richness and he comes to us
liiginy recon.tueuueii to give, George Vaught. aged tt yearB,
success. His singing is notldied ut ,lis ,IUIJ0 in Uic',lluml)
altogether a classical program
but it is well balanced with bid
lads and folk songs that are sure
to please the musical eared per
son as well as those not so
Mr. Gamble is accompanied by
Miss Nellie Ivichardsoii, the vio
linist, wlio plays with a warmth
and precision that is a. joy. Miss
i:,.i... ..I Li..!
lliclierson plays on a Steiner of
IBM, She is a pupil of tne Hoi
gian leader of the Cincinnati
Miss Marian Kaville makes up
thos third person of tho) com
pany. Miss Euvillo takes her
proper place ut the piano but
If you want to once more eat good
old fashion Htu-.kwheat Cakes, come,
got a ft pound bag of Strictly I'uie
When it rains eomo to us for your
Haulier Shoos, Haiti Coats and Uin
hrellas. Quito a popular article wo are
selling to tho ladies these days is
.Simmons Glove Cleaner at 'ift cents
tho liox. It don't only ('lean Kid
Gloves but also removes Grease,
I'alnt and all kinds of spots from
Woohm Goods, Silks, Carpets and
Hats, and is excellent for cleaning
Brown and Tau Shoes.
When you want Shoes that Wear
and Hold Their Shape longer buy
"Walkovers" from us.
Wo are headquarters for Guns
Loaded Shells and Cartridges.
Wo are selling .Aluminum Ware
A Hlg, Full Size Package of Pan
cake Flour for 10c.
she also has a beuutiful and en
tertaining voice. Her soprano
solos contribute greatly to the
pleasure of the program and her
vocal duets with Mr. Gamble
add to the attractiveness of the
program and add much spiceof
This is tho twelfth consecu
tive season for tho party'. Tho
has been in many unique places
with their entertaining. Some
of these are: A matinee on
board a cruiser with only 'gobs'
as audience, one hundred feet
under ground in the depths of
Mammoth Cave, before several
blind at East End ljondon, on
board a transcontinental limited
and stranded in the snow, in
I western mining camps and in
opposition with bull tights in
If you miss this program you
are missing a great treat. Get
your reserve seats early, bring
season ticket with you to tho
door though you have a reserved
Do not forget Unit the Gamble
Concert Party comes here to en
tertain and you are in the audi
ence to get your moneys worth.
If you are pleased with any
number let it be known by ap
plause. The entertainers are
looking lor this and they are al
with SBveral uuin
! buif: ,lr uu ,d" 'l1.,1111
particular number, take it hlcuii
; stoical Indian and applaudo any
"Everything new rrcm
Mo., Sunday, November (, 11)21,
and was buried Tuesday. Mr.
Vaught is the father of Mrs.
Elmer Davis of Sto. Gi noyieve,
who loft Monday morning for
Richland to attend the funeral.
When a women marri ;s a man
for his money only tj iin-J that.
ho. has married her for the sama
reason they o igbt t live happily
iu their mutual revenge.
One Aineridan dollar will now
buy 10f,000 Russian rubles, but
nobody wants them. Too heavy
u loud to carry.