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FLANDREAU, SO. DAK. A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES AND PROMI It was to escape such scenes as this that Father Quick left England and came to America, coming to the Weet where priests were few and the har vest was great. It was thus that our beloved Father Quick came to South Dakota, and the people of Flandreau had the good fortune of securing his priestly services to the very end. Some years after his death his grateful flock thought of rearing a substantial and suitable monument to his memory. They asked the assistance of the A. O. H. of America for $100,000.00. That organization heartily endorsed the project and promised their aid, so that it was decided to build a grand me morial church in Flandreau to be known as the "Quick Memorial." Year after year the A. O. H. found the de mands on their charity growing great er. They finally offered $10,000.00 out of their treasury, but this was not ac cepted, and .the the parish of Flan dreau made up. their minds to build a suitable church themselves, which they did at a cost of over $40,000.00 The Rev. Michael Dermody succeed ed Father Quick In 1898, and took charge of the parish until 1904, when he was sent to Aberdeen by the Right Reverend Birhop, who sent Father Martyn in his place. In 1913 Father Martyn was changed to Bryant and the Rev. E. J. Bonneterre came to Flandreau, where he died two years later. He rests in the local cemetery together with Father Quick and his own father and mother. On the 23rd Ot March, 1915, Rev, G. E. Kslly came NENT INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES, MANUFACTURING PLANTS, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, MERCANTILE HOUSES, RETAIL STORES, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE. THBSt COMPRISE THB MOST RELIABLE AXD BEST KNOWff PRISES, AND IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE RECOMMEND T1IKM THE CONSIDERATION OF OUR READERS—BY MENTIONING THIS HISTORICAL REVIEW AND THE CATHOLIC BI I.I.ETIN WTIKX TRAIJ IKti WITH OUR ADVERTISERS OUR MEMBERS AND READERS ARE MOST FITTINGLY RECIPROCATING THEIR PATRONAGE, AND THEY "VILL ALSO CONFER A DIRECT FAVOR UPON THOSE WHO HAVE AIDED IN ANY WAY TO MAKE THIS ISSUE A SUCCESS. SAINTS SIMON AND JUDE CHURCH, FLANDREAU, N. D. SAINTS SIMON AND JUDE CHURCH, FLANDREAU, S. D. The first Catholic Church in Flan dreau, was erected by Father T. A. Flvnn, now Mgr. Flvnn of Madison, S. D.. in 1882. Thus was founded the present parish of Saints Simon and Jude. Previous to this date, Rev. Father John Brogan and Father G. S. Mattingly celebrated Mass in Flan dreau at the town hall which was then used as a chapel. This was in 1880 81. "After those years more Catholics began to settle in this part of the state, and Father T. A. Flynn, then a young priest, took active charge of Flandreau and Madison missions. As those places increased in population, Father Flynn erected the frame church building in Flandreau which served the Catholic population until 1916 when a new $40,000 church took the place of the little frame struc ture. The priest who succeeded Fa ther Flynn was Thos. M. VanDevivre in 1887, who remained until 1890 with the exception of short interval when Father F. X. Guay relieved him be tween the years 1888-89. They in turn were succeeded by the Rev. Jos. Bar ion who remained until 1891, and on the 25th of January of that year was succeeded by Rev. Peter Jos. Jermain, who remained for one year and was succeeded by Rev. A. O'Hora who re mained about four months. Then Father James C. Ahern came to Flan dreau and acted as pastor until IS96, when the revered Father Thomas Quick became his successor and re mained in Flandreau until 1898, where he died that same year. His remains rest in the local ^cemetery with those whom he instructed and loved so well. A large wooden cross, bearing the image of Christ Crucified, marks the spot where he rests. This was the monument he asked his people to erect over his grave before he died. His memory is still fresh in the hearts of the older people of the parish, so that Catholic and non-Catholic mention his name only with reverence and respect. Father Quick had not only the dis tinction of leaving the impress of his priestly character on the little parish of Flandreau. for he was known and heralded abroad as a great mission ary priest, and it was he who admin istered the last sacraments to Allen, Larken and O'Brien, when they died for Ireland. Everyone is familiar with the song and story of the "Manchester Martyrs." It was Father Quick who accompanied them ''up the rugged stair as the voices rung in prayer." Before the fatal step was taken Father Quick cut off a lock of hair of each patriot, which he ever kept as a souvenir. ENTER- to Flandreau and is pastor of the Flan dreau parish at the present time.— Parish Records. AMDAHL BROTHERS CO. After you have studied the automo bile situation thoroughly and consider ed the particular iiualifications of each car, you will eventually decide that the Ford car or truck is really the best car to purchase to meet your individ ual and business needs. In Anoka, the home of Ford cars is at the iaraie of Amdahl Brothers Co.. where can also be secured automobile and Ford accessories and parts, tires, oils and greases. The garage has a trained staff of mechanics who will give Ford owners the real Ford service on their cars in repairing and overhauling. If you want a rebuilt car. the company has several on hand that it will guar antee to be in perfect running order, having been overhauled in its repair department. You will be able to g?t a used car at a price-that is decitielv low and which will give you splendid service. F. R. UNDERWOOD. You owe it to your family Mr. Head of the Home, to place a piano, a player piano or a phonograph in that home. Music in the home means more attrac tions for the home and the keeping of the children together and happy. They are entitled to the pleasures that will come with music in the home and will look back on such days as among the happiest of their lives. The music store of F. R. Underwood should in terest you with its splendid line of pianos, phonographs, musical instru ments of all kinds and its stocks of musical supplies. A piano or phono graph suggests ideal Christmas gifts, gifts that will be appreciated and use ful the entire year. A complete stock of the latest records, sheet music and repairs are also carried. OLSON & DUNCAN. The selection fo your durg store gen erally follows as the result of the serv ice you receive. If you are shown courteous treatment and given prompt service when you step into a store, you remember it and naturally go there again and again for your require ments. That is why the store of Ol son & Duncan, druggists, is so pop ular in Flandreau because the firm aims above all things to serve its patrons intelligently and courteously. The prescription department of the store is under the immediate charge of expert pharmacists at all times, and no prescription is too technical or un usual but what it can be filled prompt ly and accurately. The store also car ries a large stock of toilet articles anl accessories, stationery and confection ery. and also features its department devoted to wall papers. ROGERS CAFE AND BAKERY. A delightful combination is the Rog ers Cafe and Bakery, affording as it does the people of Flandreau and vi cinity an opportunity to get first class meals at all hours and also an oppor tunity to buy delicious bakery goods. The dining room service of the cafe is always prompt and refined and short orders can also be secured there at all hours. The bakery is a recent adjunct to the cafe and instantly made a hit because of the quality of its goods. THEODORE F. MEYER. Theodore F. Meyer, deputy state sur veyor, is a bonded abstracter for Moody county and his services are al ways available. To parties who are about to make any purchases of'real estate, we would suggest that they in sist on an abstract of title to the par ticular piece of real estate, by Mr. Meyer, which will show exactly what the condition of the title is. Mr. Meyer's experience as an abstracter and his accessibility to his record books makes it particularly desirable that he has been employed on such work. He is also under bonds to pro tect you against future litigation to prove or defend title ta any real estate he my hive supplied you with an ab stract, MELVIN I. EKERN. It is always painting time when one can get the line of Minnesota paints for which Melvin I. Ekern has th? agency in Flandreau. The line of« Minnesota paints and colors have K. G. eiDNE. There is nothing more important in purchasing a new pair oi shoes than to be sure to have a perfect lit. Foot comfort is just as essential as the quality and style of the shoe. You will get shoe comfort, stylp and quality,— all three—if you purchase your shoes from thp store of K. G. Bidne, Flan dreau's expert shoe fitter. Mr. Bidne has now in stock awaiting your in spection and ultimate selection a par ticularly fine line of shoes for men, women and children. The store fea tures the well known Utz & Dunn line of shoes, one of the best lines of shoes made. The stocks now being received were ordered months ago before the price of leather and shoes went sky ward, so that customers of the store are receiving a remarkable saving i.i the cost of their shoes. The ladies in particular will be delighted with the graceful models and shapes now being shown, while the men will be in terested in the splendid line of shoes for winter wear being shown. W. O. TENOLD. If there ever was a time when econ omy was necessary—if there was ever a time when your dollars should Irj made to do double duty,—it is now. Clothes are high in price because cf the effects of the laws of supply and demand influenced, of course, by great ly increased advances to labor, and it is important that everyone gets as much value and service out of his clothes as possible. Patrons of the clothing store of \V. O. Tenold are making their dollars do double duty by buying their colthes there where they not only get the very best qualities and values, but also perfect fitting:.?. The Tenold stocks are thoroughly u to-date and afford the desired oppor tunity for the men of Flandreau to wear the correct styles in clothes with the latest in weaves, fabrics, cuts ar.i colors. Then there are the haberdash ery stocks, always the very latest ef fects and whims of fashion in hats, shirts, neckwear, gloves, shoes and hosiery. JOHN W. PL ATT. Perfect health is priceless and al ways •being wished for by those who are sickly, diseased.and crippled. To regain health, the chiropractic way offers the most sensible and sure re lief. The science has proven that i's premises as to the cause of disease are correct, mainly undue and unnat ural pressure on nerves and nerve centers which prevent them from func tioning properly, thereby making it possible for disease to get its hold on the system. How to remove this pres sure which so often is found in tin vertebrae of the spinal column is th? secret of the success of the skille 1 chiropractic. In Flandreau John \Y. Piatt, chiropractor, has made a signs' success of his practice because of h*3 skill in his profession. Thoroughl educated and trained in the science and with a wealth of experience he is qualified to restore you to full vigor and health unless 3*our come too chronic. case has be JOHN FITZPATRICK. Amateur photographers and koda'i users will be interested in the new that John Fitzpatrick has establishe a one-day service in developing of films or plates and printing pictures from them. This service will be ar ranged so that films or plates brought in before 5 p. m. of any day and the pictures will be ready the next day b/ 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The on'1 day service also applies to mail order which will receive just as close an'l careful attention as orders brought to his office. He has issued a price lis for developing and printing which can be secured from him on application. Mr. Fitzpatrick pays the postage on all finished work to be sent by mail. PEOPLES MEAT MARKET. Otto Guse, Prop. If you want tender steaks and chops and nice juicy roasts, appetizing hamr, and bacon, home made sausage, you! can always find them at the meat market of Otto Guse. Native raised meats are handled by the market so far as it is possible to secure them, (thus insuring the best grades of meat that it is possible to secure. Mr. Guse takes particular pride in the grades of I hams and bacon he carries. A big stock of salt, cured and smoked meatr, is always on hand, also plenty oft canned meats, milks and soups, poul try and fish and oysters in season.! Now is the time to put in your order for a Christmas turkey, goose or duck. 1 FRANK J. LANGAN. In the Langan store you #11! find some splendid showings of period furniture in dining room sets in the, latest style and finish and priced at figures that are really those of the. old pre-war days. Mr. Langan in selecting his stocks goes in for quality first of all knowing that the quality really in the end determine the price or real value of the article. House wives will be interested in the splen did stocks of floor coverings of all kinds carried in stock by Mr. Langan. Mr. Langan also officiates as a funeral director and gives the most refined services possible. His equipment in cludes a motor hearse and all df the ncce-^ary facilities, -i P- THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 29, 1919 FLANDREAU TlRC A TOP REPAIR CO.""1 i been famous for nearly half a century, evfr since 1870 to be exact, ami liavo a reputation for the way they spread over the surface and also how they year in all climates and under all con ditions of weather. Minnesota paints are the cheapest, too, because of the spread they give and Mr. Ekern always carries a complete stock for all purposes. His store is also always well-stocked with a choice line of shelf and heavy hardware and right now interest is turning to the splen did line of ranges, cook stoves and heaters he has on display. If you are in the market for a stove it will pay you to look over this stock before buy ins elsewhere. RISCH'S BAKERY. You will like the bread and tolls that conie from the Risch bakei*y and will be delighted with the appetizing cakes, pies and other pastries always to be found there. You will find that eating Risch bread and rolls will make you think of the old days at home when mother's bread always tasted so good. And the pies and cakes, the cookies and the other sweets in the Risch show cases are just as delicious and appetizing as they were to you when you was a child. Special atten tion is given to making pastries for social functions and gath- erings, also wedding cakes, and fruit cakes for Christmas. THE HOOK RACKET STORE. The Hook Racket Store has a splen did shopping center because of the size and quality of its stocks and the uniformly low prices that prevail on all articles to be found there. For the kitchen and dining room one can find practically any article needed in dishes, glassware or pans, kettles and' baking utensils in granite, enamelware, aluminum, porcelain or tin. Then i there are jardinieres, flower pots, lamps, combinets. water pitchers, i THE CRYSTAL THEATRE. Have you ever stopped to think just what a program at the Crystal Theater •means to you? First there is the hour or more of recreation and relief from your office worries or from the drudgery of house work and home cares for the housewife and mother. Then there are to be considered the a reliable bank. It will give you an! you. increased standing in the community, you will find that your private or busi ness relations will be widened and en hanced and in general you are going to be benefited by doing so. Don't wait until you are an old man ov dollar will start the account and you will find its officers ready to help you and to give you sound advice on any of your financial problems. At its head are C. S. Brakke, president, and Leo Pottratz, cashier, men of standing in 10 C. E. BEATTY. One of the newest biisfhess'firms in Edison, the phonograph with a soul," Flandreau to make its appearance and is at the educational values, the instruction one P®*ent: to head an institution of this receives frcm travel films, educational kind. Jesse A. Smith is president, films, and films which show current Warren G- Cowles, vice president, and events all over the world. Even if Francis, cashier. one's education has been neglected, he Can keep in close touch with the cur-1 FLANDREAU ELECTRIC SHOP, rent events of the world's doings by Mr. Farmer, you will have plenty of attending the different programs at the light and power on your farm if you "Crystal. Then there are the big film let the Flandreau Electric Shop install productions from t'fie largest and best one of those famous silent Alamo elec film producing corporations, depicting. trie light and power plants for you. the great dramas and tragedies, the. There is hardly any limit to the roaring farces and side splitting amount of light supply or power you comedies in which all of the popular i will have awaiting your turn of the movie stars and actresses appear.' switch or pushing of a button. It is Patrons of the Crystal look to its man-1 always important in selecting an elec agement to bring to Flandreau all of! trie light and power plant to choose the be^t productions of filmland and the one that will come the nearest to in this way they are not disappointed I fulfilling the claims for it. The aver for. the Crystal programs are always age man cannot do this because of his well balanced and made up of the! lack of experience and information in largest and best offerings from the such matters, but in this instance he producers. Every effort is made by the can take the word of E. L. Larsen, management to present a refined and proprietor of the shop, and also see interesting program for its patrons. the Alamo in operation and hear the reports of its work from owners and FARMERS STATE BANK. knqw that he is making no mistake in If you are a young man or woman, ordering an Alam v This type of you can never do a more important power plant has a noiseless sleeve thing in your life than to form bank- valve motor, is most efficient and quiet ing connections with some bank, in operation, works practically auto Whether it is simply the opening up matic and is the least apt to get out and maintaining a savings account or! 0f order. See Mr. Larsen or John K. the more important item of opening a Sims, general salesman for the corn checking account and carrying on a pany, and let them give you more de regular banking business, the thing to tailed information about the Alamo, do is to get the proper connection with the cost and In Flandreau, the home of tiie ftew jewelry bow to the public is the Flandreau i E. Beatty. This wonderful instrument Tire & Top Repair Co. of which represents the last work, the up-to-the George B. Emmons and Ben iho- minute construction in phonograph wald are the proprietors. They have construction. Because of the im purchased the two Charles Woods' provements made in its construction, buildings on East Main street and it reproduces the human voice so per have fitted them up to meet their re-, fectly that the listener cannot distin-! quirements in their new business. Mr.j quish between the voice of the living Emmons will have charge of the de- singer and the reproduction of that partment devoted to tire repairing' singer's voice by the machine. To while Mr. Mahowald will conduct the really understand hew perfect the tone side curtain and top repair deyiart-' of the New Edison is, you must hear it' ment. They havp installed new at the Beatty store. You will not only and up-to-date machinery especially! be delighted with the tones but also adapted for their line of repair work the beautiful designs and appearance which will enable them to give prompt of the machines and of the prices at I service at all times.: and music store of C. which they can be purchased. The New Edison suggests an ideal Christ mas gift for the family as do the hun dreds of watches, diamonds and pre cious stones, cut glassware, hand painted china and silverware. SNOW WHITE GROCERY. The Snow White Grocery is always a busy place for it offers the highest grade of groceries in the city at the lowest prices that such quality goodi can be sold at. For this reason economical shoppers concentrate their grocery purchases at this store appre- ciating in addition the prompt service special and courteous attention that are al- i ways extended by the employes and its proprietor, C. E. Henry. The latter is a thorough and experienced grocer and business man and conducts his store along modern and up-to-date mer chandising lines. The store is the home of Monarch coffee, which is the best coffee to start the day with these cold mornings. The store pays spot cash and the highest prices for poultry, eggs and produce and appreciates the opportunity of getting the business. MOODY COUNTY GANK. Your lazy rollars are the ones that do not do you any good and are the ones that are very apt to get away rolling pins, articles for the laundry from you and be spent. There is only and bath room. Now that Christmas one thing to do with the lazy dollars is coming the store will be crowded and that is to put them in the bank with Christmas stocks for the children,! and make them earn you money. To dolls and doll clothes and also doll' save is important to every man, carriages and cradles, toy guns, books,j ^man and child but how many have games and notions which includes acquired that habit? It is one of the hosiery, ribbons, belts, lingerie, hair few good habits one should acquire goods, beads, handkerchiefs, station- for it means independence in one's old ery and confections. age and in the later years of your life savings in the bank offer you the op- portunity to make investments that will ultimately bring you a competence If properly invested. The best way to learn to save is to open a savings account today in the Moody County Bank. The men at the head of this bank, which is the oldest in Moody county, are men of sterling integrity and sound business judgment and com- ju3t woman before you begin to think about! lv supplied if you place your orders saving. Then your earning power will I with the Flandreau Independent Lum be gone and it is too late. Start now ber Co. If you are about to build a and we would suggest that you do it house, barn, store, garage or simply today by opening a sevings account going to do some remodeling, you will in the Farmers State Bank. One find it to your advantage to get esti- E. F. HENRY. what it will do for FLANDREAU INDEPENDENT LUM BER CO. Your most exacting requirements for rough and manufactured lumbers and building materials will be prompt mates on the cost of the work from this company. In addition to lumbers of all kinds, the company carries large stocks of lime, stone, sand, gravel, lime, brick and tile, lath, shingles, hardwood flooring and hardwood for the community and excellent business finishing, sash, frames, and doors and judgment and proven ability and give windows. Besides farm gates, fencing the bank the excellent position it holds materials, posts, tanks and the like, in Fiandreau. the company has the agency for the Pruden System hog waterer. The Pruden hog waterer is a simple, prac tical and ccmmon sense ail-year-round device that furnishes your hogs with clean fresh water all the timfe. It is sanitary, easy to keep clean and stout E. F. Henry's new store is destined to be one of the popular shopping cen ters of Flandreau and this entire vicinity, judging from the splendid patronage it already enjoys after its! in construction and will give splendid recent opening. The excellent judg-! service and you will find it one of the ment shown in the selection of its beat buys you have ever made. stocks, which are clean and up-to-date in every particular, and their(size and HAYES-LUCAS LUMBER CO. variety affording the ladies of the city if you are about to build, ,it will pay an opportunity to make just .tjie kind you to get prices on the cost of yoqr of selections that appeal their taste, lumber and other building materials are bound to attract a large clientele from the Hayes-Lucas Lumber Co. The to this splendid store. Ladies' and chil- extensive operations of this company dren's ready-to-wear garments are to with its several yards scattered about be the feature of this store and a i this vicinity, gives it an enormous sell- splendid selection is now on display ing and buying power enabling it to there. There are scores of new dresses buy its stocks in large quantities and showing the popular and deservedly i receiving the very lowest prices for pleasing Betty Wales line, the best them. The yards of the company will merchandise on the market today, and always he found to be well stocked sold at reasonable prices in compari- i with rough and manufactured lumbers, son to price levels today. A pleasing brick for all purposes, lime, cement, selection of waists of stylish appear- stone, sand and gravel, sash and ance and distinctive design is also to frames, hardwood9 for floors and in be found at the Henry store, manu- terior finishing, screen and storm factured by one of the country's most! doors, building papers, shingles, tile famous manufacturers of waists. New i shipments of thf-se stylish garments stocks of fencing materials, posts, will wiv?^ each morth made «j'Vgrain «iocr% farm gates, tile and stor 1^, ±e L.ta fc .de^igiiB and efftcts. age x-nd fee Uaks la wood and metal. and lath. For the farm, there are A. L. & J. H. CZUTCCH. The atore of A. & J. H. Deutsch is the home of the famous line of Hart. Schaffner & Marx clothes, which fact alone is sufficient evidence to pro claim the standing cf tlie store in t'.ir community. For clothes value:-, in men's and young men's wear is judged by the Hart. Schaffner & Marx stand ards. Men who take pride in appear ing correctly dressed naturally turn to the Deutsch to make their selections of clothes for each new season. And why? Because they have found out from experience that the best selection of styles and fabrics and the best real values in seasonable clothes are to be found in the stocks of this store. Take it all and all, it is not possible to find a store in this vicinity that offers more to customers in completeness of selec tion in suits, overcoats and men's haberdashery than the Deutsch store. stamps. SS1S—A Practical Set of Short Clothes for a Little Girl—lliis ontlit comprises a simoi" tlre^s. a sli rt-waisted petticoat, and a com binatiei. garment consisting of waisl and drawers, which could also serve as a model for bloomers. The dress is a design good for lawn, batiste, gingham, chanibiay. voile or percale, or the undergarments muslin, cam bric. long cloth anil nainsook could be used. If the combination nmlcrgarment is used as rompers, it could be of gaintea, gingham, drill, linen, repp peicale. The pattern is cut in five sii.es: 1. 2. 4 and years. Size 4 requires for the dress. 2"i yards: for the pet ticoat. 1% yards: for the combination. 1 yards of MO-lncli material. A pattern of this iliu-tration mailed to any address t.n receipt Of l'» cents in silver or stamps. 2729—Ladies' Costume—This will make a splendid street or calling dress. It is nb e fir velvet, corduroy, serge, poplin, duvetyn. satin and tafieta. It will h'nd itself effec tive'y to combinations of materials. The pat tern is cv-t in seven sizes: !4, 38. 40. 42, 44 and inches bust measure. Size 3* will qnire tj yanls of 44-inch material. Width of skirt at lower edge is about l"s yards. A reittern of this illustration mailed to any ad dress on receipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps. 8957—Girl's Blouse Dress—As here shown, checked brown and white suiting and while (rabardine is combined. The style is go fcr serge, also for combinations of sati I ami serge, gabardine and crepe. Wash materials such as ginghitm, linen and seersucker, are also »!esir aide. Tlie pattern Is cut In four sizes: H, 10. 12 and 11 years. Size 12 wrll require four yards of 40-incli material. A pattern of this illustration ni-iiled to any address on receipt of 10 cents in silver or 1c and 2c stamps. £808—A Dainty Dress for Mother's Gill—Batiste, voile, cliai incuse, satin, taffeta, velvet, serge or gabardine could be used for this model. The tucks on the skirt may lie omitted. Th* dr*ss ms».y !e finished without the ixjlero and with long or short sleeve. This stvle itself nicely to combinations of material. Tile pattern is cut in four sizes: '5. s, 10 a"d 12 years. Size .S requires yards of 27-inch material for tbe dress, and yard for the dero. A pattern of this illustration mulled t-. any address on receipt of in cents in silver or staiv s. Cort 2954. Skirt 2874—A Smart Suit for Early Fall—'nmnrisi'ii foat Pattern 29"4 and Skitt Pattern 1N71. The coat would be Unf in brown triro'eUe cr broadcloth and the skirt in satto or velvet. The coat fronts may be onen at •'W threat or rolled high at the neck edge. The P"tte-n l« cut in oevtn sizes: "4, 3ft, -W. 40. 44 and 40 Inches bust measure, Sf*e 38 requires 4 vards of 44-inch nriterial. v The sVirt Is ort in seven si'*"- 22. 24, 2H. .10. 3'1 and 34 Inches wai measure. Size 24 requires 3 yards of 3*Vinoh material. Tb* width of the skirt at lower edge is ah""t yards. This llln-tratlon calls for TWO sepp r:,''', patterns wMch will be mailed to f"»* ji^d'^ss on receipt of in rents I'Oli KAC!I pattern in silver or Ie and 2c stamos. IB MAILING INSTRUCTIONS The patterns Illustrated on this page will be mailed 'o any address on receipt of 10 cents, in silver or stamps, for each pattern. In these patterns n!lo\/unce Is made for neams. Order by number and size and send money with order. Write plainly. Fill out attached coupon and send to this office. A A O N O I E 10c- In gilder or stamps for off tTjM® Hate KAI I. A WINTER. 15)19-1020 rATAI.00, containing T"iO designs of Ladles', Misses' ami Children's Pattens, a CONCISE AND OOM PREHLNSIVK ARTICLE ON DRESSMAKING, AI.SO SOME POINTS FOR THE NEEDLE (il lustrating 3© of the various, simple stitches) ail valuable Lints to the home dressmaker. Notice of Mortgage Sale. Default has been made in the condi tions of a mortgage made by France Patrick and James A. Patrick, her hus band as mortgagors, to Anna Schud as mortgagee, dated on the 14th day Januarv, 1918. and tiled in the office the Registrar of Titles, Ramsey Cour ty. Minnesota, on the 14th day of No vember, 191S, at 3:20 o'clock P. M., an registered in Book 67, Register c! Titles, on page 12t, document number 33950 there is now due on said mort gage the sum of Five Hundred ami Kortv-three and 75-100 Dollars ($543.751 and no action at law or other wise has been begun for the recovery of the same. Notice is hereby given that by authority of a power of sale in sal mortgage contained, and pursuant the statute in such case made and pro vided, the said mortgage will be fore closed and the real estate therein an hereinafter described will be sold by the Sheriff of Ramsey County at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder for cash on Monday, the Sth day of Decem ber, 1919. at 10:00 A. M. at the front i door on Cedar Street of the Ramsey Countv Court House in St. Paul, Min nesota, and out of the proceeds of ihe sale will be paid the amount then due on said mortgage, together with the costs and expenses said sale, and the sum of twenty-five dollars attor ney's fees stipulated in said mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure. The real estate so mortgaged and i to be sold as aforesaid is all those tracts or parcels of land in Ramsey County, Minnesota, described as Lots two (2) and three in Block one 1(1). in Wild Rose Addition, according to the plat thereof filed Ot record in the office of the Registrar of Titles within and for said County. Dated October 14. A919. ANNA 8CHUDA, Mortgagee. jOHtf A. BURNS, Attorney for Mortgagee, St. Paul, Minnesota. THE AMERICAN SUPPLY CO. i (Incorporated) 375 Jackaon Street, St Paul, Mtnn. JOBBERS OP Plumbers' Steam and Engineers Supplies Noras Boiltr Mlnnwota fUdlttw Phtmr«, CEATF 239, T. S. 231U F« J. CAMITSCH. Pre* and Tr«*i» KNwDJSON & OLSON: This is the time to talk about stov with the weather dropping down to th zero point. And speaking about stove lecalls the fact that th--1 best line ii this city or vicinity is t3 be found est the hardware store of Knudson Ol son. The store has the sales agency for the Ranse Eternal and will 1 e glad to have you ccme in and examine one of these ranges carel'ully. The Rang.-1 Eternal instantly makes a hit with the housewife, for as a baker th1 range has no eoual. A steady a.iJ even heat with the least fuel consuir. tion makes the Range Eternal the economical range to buy every time. Other makes of cook stoves and good heaters are carried in stock, as well us a complete line of shelf and heavy hardware, every artfele of which is fully guaranteed to be exactly as re v resented. ORDER PATTERNS BY NUMBER SMS—A Practical Service Dress—A pood feature of this dt-Mjf i is tti** reversible closing. The motif! is niiv tor gingham, h:unbr iy, si-cr suckex-, poplin, drill, lawn and khaki. HIP sleeve may be rtnisln.l in wrist ur elbow length. Width of skirt at lower edge, is yards. The pattern is cut in seven sizes: H4, 3*i, :JN. 4. I 44 und 40 inebes bust measure. Size requires t','/. yards of M-ineh material. A pattern of this illustration mailed to jany address o.i leeeipt n H.e silver or ic 'uu.i 2e stamp*. 2750—A Splendid Cover-All Apron—This style is easy to dev. lop. easy to adjust, and easy to launder. It is comfortable and trim looking. Nice for gingham, seersucker, lawn, drill, cambric, percale, alpaca and sat»eu. The pat tern is cut in four sizes: Small .'!_'-34 medium iKi-.S'S: I.arge 40-42: Kxtra l.a'ge 44-40 inches bust measure. Size medium will require 4i4 yards of 8t5-inoh material. A pattern of th!» Illustration mailed to any address on receipt of lo cents in silver or stamps. 8955—A Simple Dress for Mother's Girl—This will ni.-ike a good school dress in serge, voile, gahardi ie, plaid or check suiting, IT in ali wash 1'abrlPs. Tlie pattern provides two styles of sleeve, each with a simple cuff finish. The pock may be omitted. The pattern is cut in four sizes: 4, 0. S and 10 ye.irs. Size leip'ires 2':. yards of 42-incU material. A par tern of this illustration mailed to any address on receipt of li cents in silver or lo and "_c 2808 A E N O O N Date li.... The Catholic Bulletin, 8t. Paul. Minn. Find enclosed..cents for which p|ea*e send to my address the following patterns: No Size Ho •.. Size Ko Size Name Address Note: at least 10 days mast be allowed sending patterns. 110 E. 3rd StrMt, ST. PAUL. YOUR for tR4? AfiD SHIP TO IWcf^iLLAN Dealers in AND GET HIGHEST PRICES. HONEST GRADING, PROMPT CASH RET'jaNS, FREE ILLUSTRATED TRAPFLSS' GU!5E TO SHIPPERS s Write for Price List WILLIAMS GROCERY GO. WHOLESALE 213 Washington Aveau* N*. inne*polis T«1 Nic. 1473 C«nt«r 1473 NORTHWESTERN STAMP WORKS MINN. Makers of l!U«BER..JIIET»i STAMPS GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY ST.EV1 IfMiRVVTVG DESIGNERS 412 CEDAR J. ENGRAVERS ST.PAUC.M1NH. A. WELCH COMPANY Q_£ N E A O I N I N I I* BOTH PBOMIS FI© B* 7TH STH.