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Fair play. (Ste. Genevieve [Mo.]) 1872-1961, September 28, 1912, Image 3

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Apply hove.
The Goss Farm continuing 219
acres about 3 miles from Ste.
Genovieve m tho Fredciioktown
road. Apply to
adv Mns. Maiiy Goss.
Wheat .05 per fmshel.
Fitzknm's Sale was well attend
ed last Wednesday.
Don't fail to attend the Wilson
Major meeting at the. Court House
Saturday night.
Tho State Fair nt Sedulia, Mo.,
will commence Saturday, Sept. 28
and continue iiHtil October 4th.
St. Louis Dairy (Jo's, guaranteed
lee Cream. Best by every test at
Lanniug'a Drug Store.
Any one desiring 'a closed cab to
and from tho depot or for other
purposes, call Vsrst Bros, phone 41
The dance which was to have
been given by the Modern Wood
men last Tuesday was posponed to
some future date.
Millers Ice Cream at.
adv ' iSkdtk ''Bakery.
Atty. James M. Mahoney and
family, and Miss (Sera Hozier, de
parted for St. Louis Wednesday,
where they will spend' tho winter.
m m m
FOR SALE: A horse in it's
third year. Joseph' N. Simon, adv
A divorce was granted in the
Springfield, 111., court last week
to Rmily Jewett and Frank Jewott,
formerly of this oity.
Fountain Soda, ice
Manning's Drug Store.
The Cornwall Copper
& Smelting Co., of Maine, was in
corporated last week fpr$l()0,000,
to operate in Ste. Genevieve coun
ty. Complete line of
oceries at selling
out prices at Rozier's.
A narringe license was issued in
t. Francois county to Coiuirn
Meadows of this city, and Miss
.May uovoro, or at. J? rancors,
September 1G.
Millers lee. Cream at; . '
adv Eaolh Bakery.
Mrs. George Vogt left Thurs
day morning for St. Louis, whoie
sho will enter tho Mulhinphy hos
pital for treatment. She was ac
companied by her husband.
I am prepared to give my cus
tomers tho best service, a' high-
class grado of wines, cigars, and
ho best and cheapest' grades of
whiskey. JJottje aim i-cg hecr.
Op account of vain tho game
of ball which was to havo been
played at Chester between tho
HiveiVides and Chest otfteWus last
Sunday was called off.
Millers lee Cream at
ndv Eaoi.kT3a'kery.
Prices on Clothing
cut cjoeper thrin ever
during our closing
out sale.
Holer's Cash Soro.
L,,n", f,, o?H:,.ni,, wiiM,.!vu.on
uiiji-i iiii-ui ink iu, uiu uiim i milieu
Suttudtiy night.
Rozier's arc still
paying the highest
market-price for pro
duce in cash.
Frank Jokorst, Frank Huck,
Chas. W. Meyers, and Andrew
Grass left Monday for Little Bock,
Ark., to attend tho Deep Water
Ways Convention in session at
that place.
George Busier, a resident of this
county, who several years' ago re
moved from this county to Snlis
burg, Mo., lins returned and will
reside at fiis former homo near
New Oironburg.
Tho Southeast Missouri Dentist
Association mot at Perryvillo
Tuesday and Wednesday of
week. Dr. L. J. Hnber and
II. S. Uehtn and wife, of this
attended the ConVontiMi. .
William Oberle, tho Merchant
street butcher has been confined to
his bed with a sprained knee for
the past week. Tho injury was
received Saturday of last, week
while Oberle was unloading meat
from a wagon.
still have a
line of Shoes
left. Prices lowerthan
Rozier's Cash Store.
Herbert Siobert, who for tho past
sevor.il years lias conducted u labor
atory in connection with tho Dr.
Ileum dental offices in this city, de
parted for St. Louis Sunday morn
ing where ho has secured a posi
tion in tho Dr. Kiess Laboratory
of Mechanical Dentistry.
Card of Thanks.
To tho members of tho Modern
Woodmen whose sympathy and
services were so kindly tendered
in our tiiAe of bereavement, we de
sire to extend our sincere thanks.
Mrs. Catherine Suchur and
adv Family.
A Card of Thanks.
Wo desire tooxprdssSnur sincere
thanks to the many friends and
neighbors for tho many kindnessus
us during the sickness. and at tho
death of oiu dear son and brother
Eugene Suchor.
Mrs. Cathkrine Sucher and
adv Children.
I have returned to Ste. Gene
vieve where I hope to remain the
remainder' of my lifoT I am located
in tho Rozier Building opposite
Fitzknm's burlier shon on Market.
adv watches, clocks and sewjng ma
chines. I conio asking a part of
Mining your patronago.
adv b, W. UK tin.
Why not pick up
some of these good
bargains while ihey
Rozier's Cash Store.
A. F. Bryson, passed, through
this city Monday enronte to Ins
home at Sprott. Mr. Bryson has
been attending the Christian Har
mony Convention at Sullivan, Mo.
Tho Christian Harmony Society is
composed of old timo singers who
have been meeting, in conventions
and singing the old tijno songs for
the last 40 years,
Dunker's Studio is
now located on second
floor of the building
formerly occupied by
the Hinch & Douglass
Drug Co. 8,w
To the wife of Henry P. Weiler,
of 2003 a Allon Ave., St. Louis,
on Sept. 15, a 7 pound boy.
To tho wifo of Fnidino Hubor, of
Zoll, Sept. 11, a boy,
To tho wifo of Chas. Weiler, of
Weingarten, Sopt. IF), a girl.
To tho wifo of Simon Hoog, of
Sto. Genoviavo, Sept. 1 7j boy.
Wo are &e'l ling
everything pheaper
tjian ever.
Rozier's Cash Store,
to- Or
Uunic Saturday
A Wilson-Major Club will be or
ganized in this city. Saturday night,
September 28. Tho meeting will
bo called at the Court House and
the 200 Democrats who have sign
ed as members are supposed to bo
Tho meeting will be culled to
order by Chairman Hinch, and
after tho regular business of organ
ization is completed, several speak
ers will bo introduced and address
tho nssembly. .
Everybody is urgently requested
to attend this meeting and make
tho membership of tho clnb as
largo and strong as possible.
Don't stand back, but come to the
front and show that you are a truo
Democrat, and mean to make this
campaign terminate into a com
plete Democratic victory.
Refreshments will be served af
ter the meeting and everything
will be done to make .tho evening
most interesting and profitable.
To The Dance Lovers.
I wih to announce that I havo
taken charge of tho Arinoty din
ing the coming season and intend
giving two big dunces a month;
ulso a big dance Thanksgiving and
Now Years.
Anyone else conducting a dance
hall will do well to see nio so that
our dates do not coullict,
Adv EDGAR SIEIiEKT, Manager,
Resolution of Respect.
Whetens, nn All-Wise Father tins
removml from u our ettronnid neigh
bor, Kiiriitio N. Siichfr, be it
ltcxolvcd, thnt in the dfath of neigh
bor Suchor, the members of Stii. (U-im-vievo
Ciinip No. 48!). M. W. A. fully
recognize that they have, lost one of
their number, who wax nt all time
imbued with the pure principles of the
order, and whose life iiml ccmluct suf
fer no reproach to be inlliis clmructor,
either us n neighbor or follow citizen.
HcMilved, that the sincere 'and hmivt
felt sympathies of the menibcts of this
lodge, uro hereby extended to the
bereaved mother and brother of our
deceased neighbor, whose loss we,
with them, deeply mourn.
Resolved, that us u token of love
mid esteem for cur deceased Neighbor,
tho Charter of Ste. Genevieve Cmnp
No, 48!)(i Modern Woodman of Ameri
ca bo draped for a period of thirty
Hesolvcd, thnt thrso resolutions be
spread upon the records of the Camp,
thnt tho (Ileik deliverot copy, of the
same to Mrs. Suchor, and that those
resolutions bo published in thu local
Fl kj u y O. Ki.m
Alio. A. Baumoahtxvk
CoiiiniittiH) on Resolutions,
Men wanted: To work in
timber, by day contract or piece
work at Flinton, III. 4 miles from
Ste. Genevieve Good price paid
for cutting ties, cord-wood, piling.
logs and clearing. Board accomn
dations; also material furnished
for shacks for men with families
2 years work, ('all on or write,
Donald A. Bckky, Modoc, 111.
Miss Veronica NaegeYa'nd Frank
A. Keller were united in marriage
at the Luwreneeton Catholic
church, on Sept. 2:1. 1)12, Rev.
Reh, officiating. The wedding
feast was celebrated at the homo of
tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leopold Naoger ot Lawreiieelon.
Mr. and Mrs. Keller wore born
and raised in this county and will
maUo tlieir Home on a ltirni near
this city.
At. the Weingarten Catholic.
church on Tuesday, September 24,
Miss Mary lluber and Felix
A. Jokorst. both of 'Weingar
ten wore married by llev. Fathor
Motto. Misses Louisa. Jo,kor,st and
Annie Hubor were bridesmaids,
and Rayiuond J. Jnkest aiul Bar
ney Bieser were groomsmen.
After the ceremony a wedding
feast was celebrated where the
many invited guests partook of
the delicious refreshment-! and eat
ablcs. Dancing, singing and other
amusements were enjoyed until a
late hour.
Honry D. Schnnnp and
1 Sehmiedorer, of River mix
wore married by Rev,
Brockolman. at. River uux
on Sopt. 2:trd.
There is more Catarrh in this sec
tion of tho country than all other dis
cuses put together, mid until the' last
few years was supposed W bo incur
able. For a great many yenr.- doctors
pronounced it a local disuasu and pre
scribed locfll remedies, find by con
stantly failing to euro with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable.. Scienco
has proven catarrh to bo u-coustilii-tiounl
disease and therefore requires
constitutional trouttmmt, Mlall's Ca
tarrh Cure, iiiauiil'nc tin iid 'by F. J,
Clmnoy & Co., Toledo, Ojdo, in the
only constitutional (turn mi the market
ft is taken internally in ilu.-es from 10
drops to a tciiHpooiif'ul. (lt'Hcts direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of. thu system. They uffar mm hun
dred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Scud for circulars and tetuiiuo
niuN, Address : F, J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7fiu.
Take. Hull's Family fills for cousti
pation. udv
Eugene N. Sucher, son of the
Into Anllinnv Suelier and Mrs.
iui iiuriuu oiieuur, h;u iil uif iiwiiiu
of his mother in this city, on Mon
day evening, September 28rd, at
tho age of 24. years, of Blight's
Tho deceased had been a sufferer
from the disease for a year or
more, but. until two weeks ago was
able to be nt his work. He hnd
been confined to his bed for about
a week beforo death.
Eugene Suchor was an industri
ous young man of exemplary ha
bits, and well liked by all who
knew him. Ho was a good practi
cal young Catholic, an obedient
sou, a kind brother and a member
of tho family whose demise has
caused a vacancy which will long
be mourned by member ot the im
.1 ... II... t
mediate household, rcluliycs and
The funeral, which oeeured
Wednesday morning was held from
the residence on Main strceet to
the Catholic church, where' a re
quiem mass was sang by Rev.
Father van Toutenhout. Mem
bers of the Modern Woodpieu, to
which lodge Eugene Sucher be
longed, formed in a body at. the
residence and leading tho funeral
cartage marched as far as the
church where a lino was formed
while the corpse was being carried
into church. Tho Woodmen at
tended mass and after mass again
formed a linn and stood at atten
tion vvhilo the funeral proceeded.
Tho remains were interred at Valle
Spring cemetery'. ' '
The death of Mrs. Loniso Soys
filer, oeeured at. tho home of her
daughter Mrs. (Jamatthaides., in
Sioux City, Iowa, on Tuesday,
Sopt. 24, after a lingering illness.
Tho deceased was (ii years, f
months and 7 days old.
Mrs. Seyssler, net) (Sexaucr),
Was tho widow of tho lato Edward
Seyssler, and resided in this city
until about 20 years ago when she
removed to St, Louis, where she
with her son conducted a grocery
store. Several months ago, bo
causo of ill heal th, sho wont to
Sioux City to resido with her
The deceased is survived by a
daughter Mrs. Gam.tthaides., and
a sou Arnold, of St. Louis; and
throe sisters, Mrs. Michenl Coiboin
Mrs. Win. Gotsch, of St. Louis,
anilMrs. Cloviet Boyer, of this
city, and four brothers, Felix Sox
nuer, of St. Louis, William Sex
auer of Guthriw, Oklu, Henry
Sexaue.r of Chtie, III., and Jo
soph Sexauer, of this city, besides
six gaudchildren.
The remains were brought to the
residence of Clovico Boyer in this
city Wednesday night, and tho
funeral was held nt tho Lullionf
oliurch Friday afternoon. Hev.
Griebel conducted thu services.
Joseph F. Jno.ob, of' this plnco
sou of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jacob,
both deceased, died on Tuesday,
September 24, nt. 5 o'clock p. in.,
with typhoid fover, ut the ago of
2i) years.
A 12-woeks old child of the de
ceased died Monday, Sept 211, and
was buried with the father.
Mr. Jacob is survived by a wifo
and two ehildrcn, one brother and
two sisters.
The funeral oeeured at Wein
garten Thursday.
Mrs. Joseph Jacob extends
thanks to friends and relatives for
kind assistance daring the sickness
and at tho death of her deceased
Died at his parental homo in
Uiver mix Vases, on Saturday,
Sopt. 14, with pleurisy, 1 Henry
William Opgg, son of Chas.
F. (Jogg and Mary Kliimp,
at flm ago of 2!) years and 1 month.
He was born at Hiver mix Vases
August 14, lH8;i, and lived thero
all his life, with tho exception of
about, I! years, when ho worked in
The funetal was held at tho
Catholic church at Uiver mix Va
ses at !):.'() a. in., Monday.
Emilo Oollor, ago 4.') years, re
siding on tho Telegraph road,
died of stomach (rouble, on
uesduy, Sept. 25.
The deceased lias rosined Hero
most of his lifo. Ho is survis'ed
by a wifo Mr", darolino Uoiler,
nee valitt, nvo eiiimren, lour
brothers and oun sister
The funeral
took place Thins-
from the Catholic i
day uflernoon
church, and interment was utViilloj ji,-h. i, i,, Koinr was tho
Spring. 'guest of her dauuhtor Mrs. U. L.
, , 1
Katie, the U-year old child of
Henry tJodal, of Uiver aux Vases,!
diod September 22ud, aud was'
buried on the 23rd,
Adjourned Meeting
Halm-day, Sept. 21, 1912.
Sleeting wnscidled to order by Mnyor
Hovorio. I'roflont : Mnyor Boveric,
Atduruieu Schwout, Herzog, Buck,
Sntuson, ICnli.ti mid Shaw, Marshal
flricshaber and Clerk Buck.
Hid for building siilo walk along
north side of Block No. 4 was opened.
Mid of R. 11. Aberntitby wnh the only
bid. Upon motion duly made, second
ed and carried said bid was rejected.
Conies now Win. W, Wilder mid
Hies his written !tntciuwut or propo
sal regarding said side walk, which
statement is follows, to wit :
To thu Hon. City Council of tho
City of Ste. Genevieve.
Sept. 21. 11)12.
Whereas thero now exists hii ordi
nance requiring lue to build a sido
wnlk and curbing on my property on
thtf south sido of Merchant Street be
tween Alain and Front Street, in the
City f Ste. fleiieviovn. , .
Now, therefore 1 hereby propose to
your Honorable body that if I am
granted until the first day ot May'
Hill!, in older that I uiuv fill in thu
I ground anil got It ,ih' pernor condition
that I will construct sucli.sii!iivnll and
curbing in all things in Accordance
with the provisions of thu ordinance
now existing.
W.M. W. WlMlKK.
The following resolution' introduced
to wit :
Whereas the bid of R. A. Abur
nnthy for. the construction of the side
walk provided in Ordinance No. 7IS
whs rejected by the board of Alder
man nml ''
Whetvns, Mr. Win. W. Wilder thu
owner of tho, property . abutting the
siduwalk in said ordiinnce provided
for, submits a proposal to the Board
wherein ho ngroes to construct thu
said sido wnlk as in suid ordinance pro
vided by the lirst day, of May 101H.
Therefore bo it resolved that tho
proposition of Mr. Win, W. Wilder,
be tiled and spread (In, tjio minutes of
tho Hoard of Aldermen ns part of thu
proceedings of this mauling,
Thnt said proposition of Mr. Win
W Wilder aforesaid bo accepted by
thu Hnnrd of Aidermuu ami that the
Strrot Commissioner and the City
Clerk nro horeby ordered and instruct
ed to take no steps to enforce the pro
visions of the nftjrosaid Ordinance
No. 71S until May 1,1111:5.
Which said resolution curried by an
uuauiinous vote.
Upon motion meeting adjourned.
Antoino Pcltn-ia, .Postmaster at
(iiirtlpti, Miuli.. knows tho exact,
fiicti when he speaks of the cura
tive viiluo of Fidcy Kidney Pills.
Ho :i,vm "From ui.y own oxpu
i ieiicti I recommend Foley Kitlnuy
Pills as a great remedy for kiti
iwjv trouble. My father was
cured of kidney disease and a
good many of my neighbors were
cured by Foley Kidney Pills''
Sold by A. (Jr. Meyer. adv
Joseph Obcrniucller was a St.
Limits visitor this week.
Henry CocolUo made a business
trip to Farinington this week.
Kd. Skcwcs of St.Louis spent
last, Sundav in Sto. "(lennviuvo.
A. O. Abrrnathy ami wifo left
.Monday for a weeks' visit to St.
Mitis Mario Moore is spending
this week in St.. Louis visiting
Henry A. Huck nml John Nac
gor of Zell attended thuSt. Louis
Fair Wcduc-ilayV
Mks Lillic Siobert- loft. Thurs
day morning for u visit to rela
tives in St. Louis.
Mis. Tkeria Bolle of St. Louis
is the gue.t of relatives and
friends in our city.
Mrs. J. F. Kek of Now York
City is vii-iting hot- sister Mrs.
.Mario llchr of this city.
Scvcrin KiicUlor, wifo anil son
William vipitod Ccntralia, III.,
last Friday mid Saturday.
Mi Tillio Weiler or St. Louis
is visiting relatives at Now Ol'fon
biirg and Sto. (luncviuvo.
Kdgar Siobert returned homo
Wednesday evening from a sev
eral days v i -i t to St, Louis.
Mks Augusta Jokeot is visit
iug hciister Mrs. John Tlapok,
Jr., at St. Mary's this week.
Mrs. Josephine Lalumondioro
of St. Mary's visited Olovis Boyer
and family of our city this week,
Mrs. John Knotting spout Tues
day in St.. Louis this week piu-
Wod-lolitiiing a st.ck of full millinery.
I Miss Alma Biiuni returned
'homo last. Sundav from u visit to
relatives ami friends iuht. Louis,
Win. f Zicglor and sou Mat
thew Ziegler left, for St. Louis
Wcdiieodity oveiiiug to attend the
llhrriion tit Cape Uintrdeuu thi
lA-slie lSiork ot 1'crryville spent
Sunday and Monday in Sto ben-
r vi..' '.'.1 1 '-: - 11 ' 1 1 111,
Ul IIT, ",tlnAtS
I IHOl'-l, g, 'HI- 1 I
WHKHKAH.iltHli BniMSMl mill lliilliUm 111"- ,
imni.M' wlte.li.. tlii-lr cet-tulti 'leeil ! iru,
il.Hi-il 1 ho Uinl lny of Ci-lirunry. 11)11, In
InK IT ur.lril III tin Iti't'iirilcrVoUlre of
Obiiohi'Vu County. Mli-i'iurl, In Honk TO, at
imec '2.17, convoyi-il (o roter II. Unci:, ns
truMeotlHi following ilencrllieil real clntt'
Ittinle, lylnn 11 nl lu-liiir In tin' (lniiuty of
Sto. Oenavlnvo nml HIAte of Mlsoiurl, lowlt 1
All thnt linrt of the H. K. 1-4 of Heo. 13. Tw i.
37, N. Unit. 7 H. survpyoil ns follow mlli'M'lii nl
u point on tlic K. slilt, of tint Ko-eiilluil clunk
Rimil, H. 9. lOcliH.illxtnnt from tho N. K. cor
nur of xnlil H. K. 1-4 . K. 1-4 Hoc. 13, Tivn. H7,
N. Kni;. 7 K. et n rock for corner from wlilcti
n llUi k Jnok B in. limirB H.19 Dor. K. 29 1-2
links illKtnnt. nml h lllnck onk ln-nr H, 7f
I) i-f. W. VI links (llcti tlieiH-e olonit hrIU
Plunk roitil N. 82 Deif. W. 3.m chs. an n rock
for corner) tliulire 8. 3.1(1 elm. to .1 rock for
eorncrj thence H.Hi Oojr. K. 3.18 elm, tn h
rock for eorneri thence N. .1,18 cli. to tlil lip
Klnnlnc corner. cnntHlnlnic one ncro. snnni
laml conv eyeit to I'lilllp Sinaltiy Anton Weiler
nt si., Iiy ilei'il nml ret'orileil In Honk 27,1'ntfe
XfJ of liinl Iteconl of Ste. flenevlcv e (lituii-
ty. Mo. Aloonll that imrtof S. W. 1-4 or Heo.
is, Twp.37. N. It. t, II. Hurveeiln folloMHS
llexln nt tho N. H. enrner of the one ncro
111111 t m-nrri IM-U, n ihl ii f.ll'l in. 1 1 in i. inn , ! .
tl.u U I.' 1J tt H. V. 1.1 M.tr, Ttvli 1. N. '
Un. 7, I!. lylilK on thu H, slilo of 1'lnnk roml,
ivlu'ro thv Ituu'- lies lii-twcon U:iiikca 7 unit H,
email tho PUnk roml) tliencu runnlnt; ii. I2
lieir. K, l en. nnu Hikx.ioa corner; ineneu
H. lilies'. W. 3.10 cli. to n eorneri thence N.
H'iilPC W. to the raniro linn 47 lk.. Hint be
lli IT the . K. corner of the nforetnlil one'
(ore tr.iot: thence N. With the llmr. Un 3.16
eh. to the lieutnnluit Civ. Contnluldif nliont I
2K.00nf an acre. And In the name, lunil con- j
veyoil to JhoiiIi HurkH lij" l'rcilerlck TheH-1
ilore Hermann nnd Souhln I.uelntln Her .
man liln wile liyili-ocl rtnteil April 12th, 11S4 1
ninl reuonleil In I.iiml Hevonl Honk 4H. pnire
Which nalil lionvovnnco wan raaile In truet '
to sccuro the payment of one iiromUmir.v .
note In xnlil trust ileeil deHCrilied! nnd 1
wherean, Uy the teriuo of unld deed of trunt
Hnl.l uoto In past d ie nnd remHlfic unpnld; :
nnd wlieroai, Peter II. Iluck; the truntec
uameit in aiu need oi Ituqu rciu.iea io
net In earr.vtnir out tho iiW)viunp , In ealit
deed, delegated to lilm Kit !tch tniMce, nnd
ndnr the prorlfllonn of siild doed, iih pro
vldnd for. of tho refusal of the trute there
in uamod to ant, the (tlu-u) nctlDK Hherltt of
Htn. nenevtevo !unty, Mlsnnurli nt tho re
quest of tho lejfnl holdir of nald note may
proceed to nell the property herein lieforn
Now, therefore nt tho reouext of the legnl
holder of nnld notu, and In purioianco ot .ho
provlHlonii of oald deed of trust, tho undur
ntKned Hherirr of Htn. (lonnvlme County,
MlKnourl, un truntoo, will on
Saturday, October fltli, 11)12,
tietween the liourii of nine o'r.look In the
forenoon and live o'clock In tho aftornoon of
that day, at thu front door of the court Iioumo
In the Hiild Cllv of Hie. (lenevleve. mild Htu.
Oonevlevu County, MiHuimrl, kdII nt pulillo
nuctlnn to the hli;h.it lilddor for cuali, the
nliorn ilencrllieil real estate to .xatlHiy anio
notu and costs of uxccutinir this trust.
Sept. 14, 1012.
visiting his brother An-
Mrs. Dr. A. G. Meyer and son
John Martin left last Sunday eve
ning for a visit to relatives in St.
Mrs. Dr. G. M. Kntledgo spent
Wednesday with her daughter
Mrs O. II. England ut Kush
Edgar Nnumann departed for
St. Louis Saturday and returned
Sunday evening accompanied by
his wife.
. Mrs. Potor Weiler, Sr.. returned
home hmt Sunday from a
week's visit to her " children in
St. Louis.
Mins Stella Gnordiabor returned
i . . i
iioiiio .wontiay evening troni a
visit to relatives at St. Louis and
Crystal City.
Gilbert Siobert of St. Louis
is spending this week with his
mother Mrs!. Nettie Breniioniian
of this city.
W. C. West, Supt. of tho Corn
wull Copper Mining & Smelting
Co.,uiado a biiMiiesH trip to St.
Louis this week.
Miss Esther Ponchot anil her
friend C. C. Townsond of Fcstus
wore tho guests of Georgo Thom
ure and wifo last Sunday.
Mrs. Theo Douglas and little
sou Francis left Tuesday for St.
Louis to visit her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Frank La Grave.
John Glamor and wifo of Zcll
nnd Mit-s Elizabeth G laser of this
city loft. TucMluy evening for a
visit to relatives in St. Louis.
Mrs. Cathorino Mossinger of
St. Louis and Mrs. Joseph Willie
of Chicago spent several days of
last week in our eity visiting mi
nt ivos.
Louis Guihomd departed
Thursday morning for a visit to
11. 11. Ellis and wife of East. St.
Louis anil Mrs. Philo Donohuo of
St. Louis.
Mrs. Philomona Brown nnd
grand daughter Clolln Phillips re
turned homo this week from a
two weeks vi-.it to Springfield and
Chicago, 111.
Miss Mary Vaeth acCoinpaiiied
by Misses Margaret Uanlou anil
Lcslio Watson wore jUm guests of
Air. and Mrs. Edgar Siobert of
this city Sunday hint. .
Mrs. Goorge Huck and littlo
son Clittisaiid Miss Eulalio Battiti-
stark loft Tuesday evening for
a several days visit to relatives
in St. Louis,
Henry Loida ami family of St.
Louis passed through our city
Sundav on tlieir way to V'ingr
ton to visit her patents Mr, and
Mrs. Cyrillo Culliotfo.
Mis. Michael Coibion, Mi-.
William GoUoh, Felix Scxauor
and Arnold So.vi-aloi of St. Louis
attended the funeral of Mi's
LotiNe Seysstr in this eity Fri
day aftornoon.
Mi- Mmiiie Jenny who hits
been with her aunt Mrs. J. K.
Kek of New York City for tho
past two years uriivcil hero this
week to visit her brother Frank
Jenny and family.
HOlilAT, !E!Ek!Ei 2i4
Theornticnl Courses in
Musie including Harmony
mid Strict Counterpoint will.
bu given,
At The
FL 3VE O R. "Y
Given By Tho '
Ste. Genevieve Band
Admission - 50 Cts.
F,ull Orchestra
Just Received at
The Main Street Milliner
Everybody is invited to call
nnd inspect her new up-to-date
Stock of Millinery. Prompt
attention will bo given to all
who call
Just leceived a
fine isns-vyriN-E
And invito the public to call
and inspect, our up-to-date lino ot
Fall Millinery and other notion-;.
All our visitors will be treated with
3? rices Reasonable
Bader - Snaw Milliner
Has a Pine Line of
Oiit - Olass
Suitable for Wedding pre
sents and Birthday rcmem
berances. MAIN STR. JEWELER'
Farms, Timberland and
City Property For Sale.
135 acre farm, 5 utiles Southwest of
Ste. fleuoviuvo. 100 acres under Itigit
stuto of cultivation; Itfj acres in tim
bor, 23 more or loss can be cleared, Kl
acres in meadow. 15 iiores in clover, Itt
acres in wheat, biilunco in orchard and
com; good 4-rooin dwelling; good
lurgo bum, and other outbuildings
cistern nnd well, long ili-jtuncti phono
in house. Tin's is as goad a hill farm
ns there is in Ste. Oenqviovo county.
.1-50 per acre. AIo havo 103 nc.rc.i
adjoining thin farm, no buildings ou
this ; about (10 acres imduruultivation,
considurable mote enn be clonred. i'lS
per (tore.
:i20 acres of cut over timberlaml, 4
miles out from Sto. Gotiuviove, good
lovel road out to land, best-road in thu
county. 150 acres good 'farm laml
wliiui cleared, U0 acres ot this i 'bot
tom, thu upland is lime stono soil, und
bottom U a bhiek loam, thu tunbnr enn
bo cut into stovo woml, cordwood ml
tmly 4 mile- haul over good road to
market. $S per aero, part cash, .nnd
pin t in time. This is onn of the best
opportunities for n young farmer in
Ste. (jciiuviuve, county.'
1) ncro farm half mile from f'ourt
House; good five room dwelling, burn
mid other small out buildings: hugn
garden, smut! orchard, well and clrf
tern, floixl location for truck farm
and dairy. Prion 1500. Kor nnv
furthut iiifnriiiiition write ociillou mo
Real Estate & Collecting
Ste. Genevieve," Mo;
It is reptif tm that Thoinns A.
Kdinm woikotl 122 hrs. olitoff I2t.
Still an inventor or eluotrlo lights
and tiilk'uig machines should not
OXpCCt llll Oh rlll'ejl.

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