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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, APRIL H, 11,20.
Stindtipfs Kasicr Sunday.
City aV. School Klcetion next Tucs'
Try Lognnboiry nt tfio Book
Tho Stnto Modienl Association will
meet nt JufTorson City April (J, 7 mid
Kovisod reports from oighf stales
swopt by the tormido on 1'alin .Sun
day placed the niiinbor of dead at HiO
with 105 in Northern States and 33 iu
Try Moyor's Ico Cream for your
ndv MEYKK'S NOVKI.TY SlIUI'.
Thoo. Caudle of Kockport, Mo.,
wns liorolnst Saturday. Mr. Caudle
was looking after Insurance business
in tlio County. Ho is connected with
the Atchison County Mail,
For Extrn (Jootl Homo Killed
Meats, SiiusiiBes mid (Jroeeries
FitED B. Obeki.e's Meat Mahket
1G2 Main St.
Wo lme nlmost nnytliinp you
want inttlie entiiiR lino. ndv
Hattie Elizabeth, the two weeks old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Labruyero, died at their homo at
Hrickoy, Mo., Sunday March '.'S, 1920,
Tho remains wore laid to rt ill tho
Solbcrger Cemetery near Brickey Mon
Call al or 'phono John J. Ober
lio's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
Leo Hehin's left leg was badly
crushed nnd a small bono between tho
knoe and anklo was broken early hist
l'riday morning in a wreck on tlio
Ftisco rail road near Hayti, Mo. Leo
was a brakciiiau on the train nnd was
knocked from tlio top ot a car thirty
feet and had a narrow escape from
being thrown under tho cars,' which
wore demolished. " He was taken to
tho Frisco Hospital in St. Louis on
the evening train Friday anil
from reports received hore this week
ho is getting along nicely.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Co.
Phone your lee (renin Order to
Meier's Novelty Shop ndv
Baste v Oreetmcjs!
Paramount Pictures Offer
The idea of making
a shiftless young fel
low work lor 90 days
without being lired, if
he wanted to marry
his girl, is something
that will tickle your
"HIS BUBBLE TRICK"
GALE HENRY in
"Don't Chase Your Wife"
Friday, April 7th, is Arbor Day in
the State of Missouri. No community
can afford to neglect this day as noth
ing helps more to beautify a city or
village than tices, and few tilings so
edueulo the people in public spirit and
foresight as the care oftliem.
Tim greatest value of Arbor Day
lies in its effect upon peoples attitude
toward the trees that ate alteady
growing, for there are thousands of
trees of natural origin to every one,
planted by mini, Tho avoragu citizen
is only now beginning to realize the
necessity for taking euro of tlinso
trees, having never before considered
that they needed any care.
Dr. Huber will spend next week in
Chicnio doim? nost irraduato work
Consequently his olliee will be closed
until fcaturiiay, April linn. adv
To tho wife of H. 15. Vessells of
Ste. Oenovieve, on March (i, 1020, a
To the wife of William Hahr of Ste
Genevieve, on March 12, 1!)20, a boy.
To the wife of Proton Labruyere
of Urickey, on March 14, 1020, a girl
To the wife of William Oremmiugor
of Zoll, an March 21, 1!)2(), a boy.
To the wife of Thomas Fling of Ste
Genevieve, on March 28, 1920, a boy
Sal Vet Medicines for Stock
and Poultry. Guaranteed satis
factory or money back.
Bovkiue Stork Co.
adv Sole Agents.
Tho Obor Oil, Gas. Coal and Mine
rals Company's Pre-Organizatiou
Stock or Interest which has beon
offered for sale to tho public for the
past few weeks is expected to bo nil
Ruuscnueii siiortiy. Solicitors nro
busy circulating among tho people
giving thorn a chance to purchase at
tho pre-organization price of $1.00
per interest. As soon as possiblo an
active drilling campaign will be com
menced on tho Company's leases in
this vicinity, 'whpro there is the most
favorable indications for oil. The
Company's business and management
is in the hands of successful business
men, known to every one in Ste.
Genevieve, which is mi nsuratico that
the money's invested will be properly
handled in tho Company's efforts to
devolopo Ste. Oouevieve County's oil
and minerals resources.
Buiinnn, Uliocnlnte nnd Vanilln
Ico Creiiui fc-'ii'iday nt tho
ndv Hook Store'
By O. HENRY
Tho only place yon
can lind tho best pic
tures, perfect projec
tion and in addition
music to fit the picture,
9 Jill J
A Sunshine Comedy
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
innl as usual
Time: 7 and 9:15 p. m.
One minute please: Knowing the appeal of these
Peter .1. Scnnerich wns born in
Ste. Oenovieve, Mo., on the Kith day
of Juno 1870, nnd died nt his home in
Trenton, III., nt 12:20 o'clock p. in.,
riumdii.v, Mnreli 4th, 1020, having
attained the age of 40 years, !! months
and 2-1 days. His boyhood days were
pent nt Ste. Oenevieve, later moving
with his parents to Mneelline, Mo.,
where ho uraw to manhood, beine; em
ployed some years nt mining. About
twenty-one years ago lie eame to
Trenton, where ho eontii.ned his
oeuupation as n miner until about 12
years ago, when his health benan to
fail and he encaged in famiing east
of Trenton, III., wheio he spent the
remainder of his life. He was united
in marriage to Miss Mayme Alblinger
on April 18th, l'.IOO. who is now left
to mourn tho loss of n hind and de
voted husband. Mr. Hennetieh was
well known and counted hi friends by
the store. He wns a member of St.
Mnrj's Catholic Church and was al
ways ready to assist in any of tin-
work pertaining to the same. He
sides his wife he is survived by a
largo number of relatives and friends.
riie 1'nncrnl took place Monday morn
ing, services weie conducted by
Hev. Ooelzlianser at St, Mary's el. inch
after which tho remains were laid to
rest in tlio Catholic Cemetery.
Among the lehitives attending the
funeral from a distance wore: Mrs.
Hoso Kll'itm and daughter of Kansas
City, Mo,, Mrs. Mary Donovan, Mr.
and Mrs. .lohn Owens ami daughter
ot Mnrcelline, Mo., Mrs and Mrs, 1.
Ott and son, .loo, Mrs. Dnber, Clmiles
nnd Louisa llomolka. .Mr. and Mrs.
los, Mans and son, Mrs. Theresa
Miiim, Mr. and Mi. .IiiIiii Vollct and
Alex Specht of St, Louis, and Mr.
nnd Mrs. fly. Herbstiuit of Now
Ife left a, home Like this lo jazz with, a cocklail
dr inking, pleasure-seeking woman of conveni
JJctttc liarrisculc nnd i'ni
"The Midnight Man"
TUESDAY NIGHT, APRIL 6th
Admission 10 and 15 Cents
, Death Thursday evening, March
If), 1!)20, claimed Mrs. Caiolme Oegg,
nee Ha-ler, belovod wife of Albeit
CJegg, tho final summons coining at
her home at New Offeiibnrg. Death
wns due to inllueir.a ami pneumonia.
She was (i7 jear.s old. Hesides her
husband she is survived by six
children, Iauk of lbdgiipie, Mo.,
Nicholas of Kesttis, .John of Kbit
Uiyer, Elizabeth, Mrs. William Weil
er of Sto. (lenovieve, anil I'Mward
and Fred of New OlTenbuig, and 14
grandchildren. She aiso leaves 2
sisters and 2 brothers, LnuNo, Mrs.
Theodore Stoll of Kestus, .losephiue,
Mrs. Anthony Hoth, ami (Seorge
linslur of Ste. Genevieve, ami Henry
Haslor of ColTinan. Mrs. Qcgg was
a loving wife and mother, and u kind
friend and neighbor, and she will lie
greatly missed by all who knew her.
The funeral Link place from the Cath
olic Church at Weingaiten Saturday
morning at fl:H0 o'clock and after a
Requiem Mass the remains were laid
to rest in tho Wuiugarten Catholic
Mrs. Mary Casey, nro Prinio. wife
of Hit! late Martin Casey, died at her
home near Kiusey, Mo., on March 10,
1020, at f p. in. at the advanced age
of 7(i years, I mouth and 12 days,
Mrs. Casey has been bi d last since
last Dcciinbcr. suffering troiu stoni
aeh tiouble. Mr. Martin ('as, v, hu
band ol the deceased, preceded her in
death 2 yeais and 2 niontlis ago She
is survived by J sou, F. Win. Casey,
of Kiusey, Mo., 1 daughter, Cora,
Mrs. David Hoyer, of Festus, .Mo.. I
sister, Mis. Olive Canon, of Si. Loui-,
and S grand children and .'I great
grand children. She al-o leaves be
sides the family, a host of friends to
t ii i ii n ii her death. Shu was a kind
mother and was loved by all who
knew her. The funeral look place
from the Catholic t'lniicb nt III. win,,..
dale, Mo., on Sunday nioriiii g at 1 1
o'clock and tho t cumins were laid to
rest ill St. Philomeiia's (Vmntmw
Offers the rare combination of good pictures and
Quality Tells "Eventually Why Not Now"
Alexander, in "Tangled Threads.
pictures we have raised our
Hiiti-red iiilo test at her home iu
St Louis, on .Monday .March 20,
1020, at 2 :.'() p. in., Mr. Miuni..
Kraniper, n.-o Schwab, IicIomm uifn
of Finnic II. Kinmpcr and mother of
Walter nnd llildegnnd Krambcr.
Tho funeral tools place Fiiday at 0::(0
n m., from St. Fsancis do Sales
Church, thence to SS. I'eter and
The deceased was a sister-in-law of
liov, Father Iviamper of Ozora.
Glen's elioeolnlti slides ?(!.()() to
7.71"). Hoy's chocolate slums nt
ifTi.OO nt Henry Herzog's. ndv
The Mississippi river which has been
rising for the nast week renr.lu.,1
stage of 27.f feet iu St. Louis Thurs
day. Tho forecast is that it will -., 1 1
Snray Fruit Trees if vnn
wtmt fj;ood fruit. Get your
spray mixture ut tiie Creamery.
are a rare pair
seating capacity to 500
Supt. Danuser has been notified by
the U. S. Army Kecruiting Station of
fct. Louis, that the winner of the
Army l'Xsny Contest wns Winfield
Dow Kdgerton of Caruthersville, Mo.
It was Mated also that there will pro
bably bo a prize for the winner in
each High Scliool that participated in
the contest so that Sto. Genoyieve
niny yet recoive something.
Arrangements are boing runuo for
a Declamatory and Oratorical Contest.
So far fourteen have entured their
names as contestants.
Preparations for tho Senior play'
nro progressing very well.
If you want Butter,
Cottage Cheese, Butter
Milk or Skim Milk tele
phone Creamery. adv
"I help take the tire out.
of tire, trouble"
LIGHT up ! Atta boy ! Even
the toughest job seems
easier if you can "draw" on
Those fine Turkish and
Domestic tobaccos and that
can't, be -copied Chesterfield
blend of tobaccos; ever did
Dnden, Tronton, HI , Sim.
May she rest iu peace.