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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, MARCH 20, 1920.
Going' to have
You Want to be Sure and Have the Best Seeds
You cannot make a successful garden unless you
sow seed that will germinate and the best quality of
You know there's a lot of garden seed on the
market that has been in packages for several years,
sent back and forth over the country, some of them
will grow and some wont.
You owe it to yom-self to get our seed. We give
you good send for your money. You get fresh seed
seed that will produce a better and more valuable
We invito you to come in and see our seeds. We
. also have a fine lot of Field Seeds, Clover and
Our Stock of Garden Tools is Now at
Jokerst-Yealy HercaDtile Co.
Dentil nt (J: 15 o'clock Wednesday
ovouinp March 17, 11)20, oliiimed Mrs.
Hmily Morion, iiko Govmnu. beloved
wifo of Frank Mot-loo, tlio Until
summons coining nt hot- liomn in St.).
Genovievu after n lingering illncus.
Shs has been a sufforor of tnborcii
losis for sovornl months, agod G8
years, I month and IS days. Tho de
ceased was bout in Bloomsdale, Jan-
nary 28, 18(12. Uosidos her husband,
he is survived by an adopted dnugh
tor, Emily, and four step children,
Charles, Bart nnd Hobnrt Marino and
Mrs Julia Uader, Slio also leaves
three brothers and one sister, Loui
nd Clovis Govreau of 8to. Genoviovu,
and Lawrence Govreau and Holun,
Mrs. Francis Cnrpontor, of Fustus.
She has many friends and relatives in
Sto. Genevieve and Bloomsiliilo, who
will sadly miss her. She was charit
able and helpful in every way she'
could serve her fellow-men. The re
mains were taken to Ulooni.ilo Fri-
ii y aud tho funeral was held from the
Watch for tho big Euchre and
Danco nt the Armory on Weudesday
Democrat mass meeting at the
Court House Saturday a 1:80 p.
Harry Iiehm purchased The
Home Bakery from E. C. Lelie,
and took charge of it Monday
. Fresh "meat and Groceries" of
allkinds always on hand. Fred
S. Oberle's Meat Market adv
Andrew Wilder accidently fell
in the basement at his home last
Friday afternoon and fractured
his left arm.
Call at or 'phone John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
John Vicery of near Lawrence
ton, house and all its contents
was entirely destroyed by Are
early Monday morning.
Thoroughbred Jersey Cow
ior sale at Ste. Genevieve
Commencing April 1st, The
Home Bakery will open at 5 p
m. and will close at 8 p. m.
The Democrats of Ste. Gene
vieve County will hold a mass
meeting at the Court House,
Saturday at 1:30 p. m. to select
delegates to the State Conven
tion, which will be held at Joplin
April 22, Ste. Genevieve County
is entitled to five delegates.
Fruit trees should now be
sorayed with lime and sulpher.
If you want good fruit, get the
mixture to snray at
Ste. Genevieve Creamkhy.
Hon. Arthur T. Brewster of
Iron County, is a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for
Congress. Mr. Brewster was
the partys nominee, two years
ago and was defeated in the Re
publican landslide in this dis
trict. He is a active campaigner,
a good mixer and his many
friends are of the opinion that if
he receives the nomination this
year he will bo elected at the
We Speak "Webster" when we tell you
a picture is "Special.''
"Sporting: Life" proved it first
"The Silver King" proved it next.
"The Woman Thou Wavest Me", again,
"The Girl Who
will prove it another time
An Artcraft Picture by
D. W. GRIFFITH
and Al. St. John, in
"A DESERT HERO",
and The Educational
7 and 9 p. m.
10c and 15c
Mrs. Catherine Griuslhtbar, nee Jo-
kerst, beloved wifo of Lawrence E.
Qrieshaber, died at her homo at Now
Ollenbiirp, Monday March 15, 1920,
after a short illness of influenza and
piienmouia. ap;ed 30 years and 11
days, The deceased was tho daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jolcurst
of Ste. Genevieve. On November 21,
1910, she was united in marriage to
Lawrence E. Qrieshaber, who sur
vives her together with six small ehild-
ou, tho oldest 8 years and the young
est 13 mouths old. Besides hor par
ents, she also leaves two brothers and
four sisters, Henry and Petor Jokor.st,
Rosa, Mrs. Henry Grass, Kogina,
Mrs. Anton Mtilkur, Mary, Mrs. ttou
jainiu Vogt, Mis Genevieve .lokur.st.
She hud a large circle ol relatives and
frivnds, who will learn of her death
with deepest regret. Tho .tuneral
took place from the Ontliolio Church
at Weingarton Wednesday morning at
9:30 o'clock, after which the remains
were laid to rest in tho Catholic Cotu-
Order of Divine Services
During the Forty Hours'
John Hazel, one of Ste. Gene
vieve County's pioneer citizens,
died suddenly at his home in
Ste. Genevieve, Friday morning
March 12, 1920, aged about 83
years. The deceased lias been
in failing health for some time,
but was always able to be up and
about. He is survived by several
nieces and nephews. The fu
neral took place from tho Catho
lic Church Sunday afternoon at.
2 o'clock and the remains were
laid to rest in the Valle Spring
Dr. L. J. Huber -Appointed
Dental Examiner For Ste.
The Government has appointed
Dr. L. J. Hubor to act as dental
examiner and to render treat
ment on a freebasis to discharg
ed soldiers who carry war risk
insurance. All members who
apply for treatment will receive
tho same consideration that pri
vate patients do. Members who
wish to apply for treatment can
obtain information regarding the
matter from Dr. Hubor. The
government allows a nominal fee
for this work.
At 0 o'clock a. m. Low Mais
At tin's Muss the (jueeu's Dauili
tors, Sodality of tho li. V. M. and tho
Holy Angol's Sodality will receive
Holy Communion in a body.
At 7:30 a. ni Low Mass
At this Mass the Local Council It.
of C. tho C, K. of A., tho Holy.
Name Society ami tho St. Vincent do
Paul Society will tecoivo Holy Com
munion in a body.
At tftW a. m., Solemn High Mas3 of
Exposition, followed by Procession
and Litany of the Saint.
At 11:00 a. ni. Low Mass
At 3:00 p. m. Holy Hour
At 7:30 b. in., Vespers, Sermon nnd
At 0:00 Low Mass
At' 8:00 Low Mass and Sermon
At 10:00 a. m., Solemn High Mass
At 3:00 p. m Holy Hour
At 7:30 p, in., Even Song (Complins)
Sermon. and ISencdictiou.
At G:00 a. m. Low Mass
At 8:30 a. m.,.Low Mass aud Sermon
At 10(00 n. n High Mass
At3;00p. m Holy Hour
At 7:'J(I p.'-ni., Hven Song, Closing
Sorniou, Procession, Benediction
Houhs op Adokation
11 to 11:30 a. in... Room No. 8
11:30 to 12 m JJooiu No. (i
12 to 12:30 p. m Room No. f
1 to 1:30 p. m. Hoom No. 4
1:30 to 2 p. u Room No. 3
2 to 2:30 p. in. Hoom No. 2
2:30 to 3 p. in., Sodality, of the 1$.
3 to 4 p. in Holy Hour
4 to 5 p. ni,, Quei'ii's Daughters and
5 to' 0 p. in. Sistois
0 to 7 pi m., St. Vincent do Paul So
Confessions will bo hoard all- day
Saturday, beginning at 9:00 a, in.,
on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
from 0:30 to 8 a. m , and after Holy
Hour aud Benediction,
The Rev. Father C. Scott, C. H. li.
S. of the Rock Church of St. Louis,
will deliver the sermons in theWe-
To Mr. and Mrs. William
Scheror of Ste. Genevieve, on
March 10. 1020, a boy.
Simon's Soda Water now
5 cents a bottle at leading
The negro of tho United States
owns 20,000,000 acres of land.
500,000 homes. 898 newspapers
and periodicals, ill, 893 churches
and $20,000,000 in church prop
orty. There are 8,000 colored
physicians, 1,000 trained nurses,
2,000 lawyers and 500 authors
"THE BLUE PEARL"
in nix parts
Harold Lloyd Comedy
Mutt and Jeff
Wm. Fox presents
"The Web of Chance"
James J. Carbett
in "The Midnight Man"
"The Better Half"
A. Select Picture
Snub Pollard Comedy
Note: Heeiuise of tlio speci
al cliurcli services Tuesday
night we will have two coin
ploto shows nt 7: 30 mid 9:15
Place your order now for
your Ford Car and Truck and
specify dollvory dato which will
avoid delay. Call and look over
our Used Ford Cars for sale at
Foitu Authorized Sales and
For Spring and Easter
We take pleasure in announcing our New Lines.
LADIES COATS AND SUITS
POPULAR PRICE SUITS $30. $40&$50
FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
all the reason why we should sell you your Easter Suit
Victor and Columbia Talking
Machines and Records
BOVERIE STORE CO.
Feb. 21, 1920. Editor Herald:
I noticed in the columns of your
paper of Feb. 17, 1920, where it
speaks of building a. bridge
across tho old Mississippi River
from the Island of Kaskaskia to
St. Mary's, Mo.
This project, if carried out,
would be one of the greatest and
most beneficial that could be
done for the Precinct of Kas
kaskia, as well as for tlio general
miblio in the surrounding coun
try, on both sides of the river,
in Illinois and Missouri.
We people of Kaskaskia Pre
cinct pay our proportion of
taxes; wo vote, and have to go to
the County Seat just the same
as the people olstwhere in Ran
dolph county, and we think we
are entitled to our share of the
taxes that we pay into the county
treasury annually. To assist
us in building a bridge across
the river at St. Mary's to Kas
kaskia Island, we think that if
the County will donate a liberal
amount to start with that Kas
kaskia Precinct, will donate
liberally. Besides, there are a
number of persons in Chester
and around in tlio county, who
own land hero who would be
perfectly willing to help in such
a cause, and St. Mary's, Ste.
Genevieve, Perryville, and sur
rounding country would donate
liberally to this cause.
The writer has lived here in
Kaskaskia Precinct for 57 years,
and to the best of my recollec
tion tins Precinct lias never
asked the county for a dollar or
a plank to build a bridge or a
culvert, from tlio fact that we
didn't need it. But wo sura need
a bridgo now. Tho river at St.
Mary's now, and about 9 months
of the year, is only about 100
feet wide, and 2 or 3 feet deep,
and dead water. The passenger
rate of the Ferry is considered
too high. It is now and has
been for some time, 20c round
trip, whore wo think it should
be 10c round trip, or cacli way
"Wo have tho vock, tho sand,
and million of willows if needed,
close to the site of tho proposed
bridge. "Wo think a concrete
bridgo would bo tlio best, most
durable and tlio cheapest.
Chester, 111., Herald.
In spite of the difficulties ot
the present the pope has de
cided to hold a series of very
important functions to wit:
the canonization of several saints,
including Joan of Arc. The
date has been fixed for the
Ascens ion. which falls on May
18, but it may be changed later.
The pope has already appointed
a committee whose business is to
make all preparations for these
solemn church festivals, when
thousands of pilgrims, especially
from France, will llock to Rome.
The committee consists of Car
dinal Vico, prefect of the Con
gregation of Rites, president;
Cardinal Vannutelli, dean of the
Sacred College; Cardinal Granito
di Belmonte, Cardinal Merry del
Val, Archpriest of St. Peter's;
Cardinal Gasparri, secretary of
state; Mgr. Verde, secretary of
the Congregation of Rites, and
several other prelates who hold
high offices in the holy see. It
has been practically decided to
hold three canonizations on the
same day Joan of Arc, Margue
rite Marie Alacoque and Gabriel
de l'Addolorado. Passionist.
This is a change from the origi
nal plan of having Joan of Arc's
canonization apart. It is thought
that the French would prefer
the original arrangement which
gave greater honor to the Maid
of Orleans. Four and perhaps
hve other beatillcations will be
made on tho Sundays following
that of Joan of Arc. These in
clude several French founders
of religious houses and the Ven-
erablo Plunkett, an Irishman,
besides some missionaries who
lost their lives in Uganda.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
, The advance proof sheets of
the preliminary review of tho
farm census of 1919 will show
that Missouri on its 277,244
farms has 14,905 silos, according
to announcement made by Sec
retary Jewell Mayes, of tho
stato board of agriculture, ia
charge of this work.
During the Lenton Season I
will have Fresh Oysters for nlo
Iohn J. Obeule'8 Meat Mabket.