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Full text of "The Church of St. Andrew the Apostle, 1888-1913 : a church guide"

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The Church of St. Andrew the 
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Cy^HlS booklet is placed in your 
^^ hands by your pastor as a small 
token of appreciation and gratitude for 
the marks of esteem given him on the 
occasion of his sacerdotal jubilee. .'S^ 

Its further aim is to give ready and 
necessary information to our people, 
and to furnish a registered list of the 
members of Saint Andrew's parish in 
this jubilee year. He would ask you, 
therefore, to preserve it carefully, and 
to consult it often, so that you may 
intelligently co-operate with him in the 
Work of the parish, and fulfill your 
christian duties in the proper manner. 
He Would likewise ask you to patron- 
ize those who have advertised therein, 
and who have thus enabled him to 
issue this book- 






Articles f( >r the sick room 29 

Baptism 17 

Baptism ( Private ) 17 

Biography of Father Kahey 15 

Biography of Father Roell 7 

Business Directory 83, 85 

Cemetery, St. Anch-ew's 47 

Church of Christ, liy Cardinal Ciihbons S 

Committee on new school building 2>7 

Conmumion 13 

Confession \\ 

Etiquette of pews t^t. 

Feast Days ( Alovalde ) y5 

Funerals 32 

Greeting ^ 

Illustrations n ■ ->- 

It is sure to come 3^ 

Jubilee Ode g 

Marriages and engagements 19 

Parish "Don'ts" rj 

Parish societies and sodalities 5j^ 

Parish directory, 1913 59 

Parochial schools a-. 

Pews and pew rent ■>-, 

Preparations for the sick room 77 

Rules to be observed in Church ji 

School, St. Andrew's -jc j ^, 

35 and 41 

Services. The order of, Sunday, week days and Holy Days H 

Sick calls ... 

23 

Training of children . 

45 

Tribute to the Church, Macaulay's 

Wardens, The Church 




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Alacaulay, the celebrated English historian, essayist, poet and statesnrm. was 
not fond of Catholicisni. His inclinations and prejudices all were against tl... an- 
cient Church. Yet no modern writer, who looks upon Christ's Church as a merely 
human institution, could have paid her a more eloquent tribute. We append the 
following brief extract from Macaulay's essay reviewing Von Ranke's History of 
the Popes: 

"There is not and there never was on this earth, a work of human policy so 
well deserving of examination as the Roman Catholic Church. The history of that 
Church joins together the two great ages of human civilization. No other institu- 
tion is left standing which carries the mind back to the times when the smoke of 
sacrilice rose from the Pantheon and when camelopards and tigers bounded in 
the Flavian amphitheater. The proudest royal houses are but of yesterday, when 
compared with the line of the Supreme Pontiffs. That line we trace back in an 
unbroken series from the Pope who crowned Napoleon in the nineteenth century 
to the Pope who crowned Pepin in the eighth ; and far beyond the time of Pepin 
the august dynasty extends till it is lost in the twilight of fable. The Republic of 
Venice cajne next in antiquity. But the Republic of Venice was modern when 
compared to the Papacy ; and the Republic of Venice is gone, and the Papacy re- 
mains. The Papacy remains, not in decay, not a mere antique, but full of life and 
youthful vigor. The Catholic Church is still sending forth to the farthest ends of 
the world missionaries as zealous as those who landed in Kent zi'itli Aitgnstln and 
still confronting hostile kings with the same spirit with which she confronted 
Attihi. The number of her children is greater than in any former age. Her ac- 
quisitions in the New World have more than compensated her for what she has lost 
in the old. Her spiritual ascendency extends over the vast countries which lie 
between the plains of the ]\lillouri and Cape Horn, countries which, a century hence, 
may not improbably contain a population as large as that which now inhabits 
Europe. The members of her communion are certainly not fewer than a hundred 
and hfty millions ; and it will be difficult to show that all the other Christian sects 
united amount to a hundred and twenty millions. Nor do we see any sign which 
indicates that the terni of her long dominion is approaching. She saw the com- 
mencements of all governments and all the ecclesiastic establishments that now 
exist in the world ; and we feel no assurance that she is not destined to see the end 
of them all. She was great and respected before the Saxon had set foot on Britain, 
before the Frank had passed the Rhine, when Grecian eloquence still flourished in 
Antioch, when idols were still worshipped in the temple of Mecca. And She may 
still exist in undiminished vigor when some traveler from New Zealand shall in 
the midst of a vast solitude take his stand on a broken arch of London bridge to 
sketch the ruins of St. Paul's." 

(See article on "The Church of Christ" by Cardinal Gil)bons, page 8.) 



Out of the heart of this gladsome year. 
Out of its sunshiue. soft and clear, 
Cometh a sweet, melodious sound, 
Gathering strength in its onward bound — 
Gathering bloom on its fragrant wing, 
As the Jubilee chimes in their belfry swing: 
And the years come back from their silent urns, 
Like the joyous waves when the tide returns, 
To break once more on the shores of time 
With a rapturous lay and a song sublixne. 

List to the bells, from their airy tower. 
Scattering joy, like the spring-time flower. 
Tokens and memories of the day, 
In the silver twilight far away. 
When the priest first stood at the altar-shrine. 
His brow fresh marked with the seal Divine, 
His heart enriched with the priestly dower. 
His hand endowed with the priestly power; 
And he thus went forth with a sacred claim 
To do the work in the Master's name. 

How well, how nobly he's done his part, 

With a steadfast will and with kindly heart, 

With tender love and the ardent zeal 

That a priest of God alone can feel. 

While he shed sweet blessing and grace broadcast 

Through the hallowed reach of that Silver past. 

See what the grateful thousands attest 
Who rise to-day to proclaim him blest — 
Blest in the flock to his keeping given. 
Blest in the souls he has trained for heaven ; 
Blest — thrice Blest — in the great "Well Done" 
That seems from the azure sky to come. 

'Tis the Master's plaudit from heaven's high spheres 
Blessing and crowning these twenty-five years. 
And our hearts go out on the wave of song. 
In the might of their joy as they sweep along, 
Telling the land and telling the sea 
'Tis the hour of a glorious Jubilee. 

O Priest of God, 'neath thy arch of years. 
How grand, how glorious, thy life appears. 
And while memory points to that hallowed past. 
Where the tender seeds that thy hand has cast 
Have struck deep root in the well tilled soil, 
To reward thy zeal, to restore thy toil. 
The future largely of promise tells, 
When the bloom will wave in the ripened dells. 
When the harvest shall yield thee a hundred-fold, 
And the Silver Years shall be crowned with Gold. 




The Re\-. Francs A. Roell. Pastor, 

The Rev. Francis Anthony Roell was born in Franklin County, Indiana, 
November 27, 1864. He attended the parochial school at Morris. Indiana, until 
thirteen years of age, when he entered college at St. JNIeinrad, Indiana, and after a 
classical course he took up the study of Philosopjiy and Theology in St. Meinrad's 
Seminary. 

He received Minor Orders June 15, 1886. and in June, 1887. Sul)deaconship and 
Deaconship. On :\Iay 26, 1888, he was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Chatard, 
at St. Meinrad, and celelirated his tirst ]\Iass in St. Anthony's Church, Morris, 
June 13. 

A few days later he entered upon his priestly labors at St. ]\lark"s. Perry 
County, attending also the missions at Rome, Derby and Cassidys. Six months 
later he was transferred to St. Mary's Church. Xew Albany, where he labored 
faithfully as assistant for nine years. During a part of this time he also had 
charge of the Churches at Charlestown and Lexington. At the latter place he Imilt 
the present Church. 

In 1897 Father Roell left Xew All)any to l)ecome pastor of St. Joseph's. Van- 
der])urg County. In May. 1898. he was promoted to Aurora, where he remained 

(Continued on Page 33.) 



SI^p (Eliwrrlr of (EljrtBt. Jiljtrlj 3(a 3t ? 



By Cardinai, Gibbons. 



Clirist founded a Church to teach men the way of salvation and commanded 
all to obey it. He promised that the gates of hell should never prevail against this 
Church. (St. Matt. XVI: 8.) That Church, therefore, must be to-day the true 
Church of God, and teach men truly the way of salvation, or the promise of God 
has failed. Which is that Church? It is very easy to lind out. We know that 
Christ founded His Church nineteen hundred years ago. That Church, then must 
be nineteen hundred years old. Any Church, therefore, which is 200 or 400. and not 
nineteen hundred years old. cannot be the Church of Christ. That is a very simple 
test, and in all sufficient one. and a test which only the Catholic Church can stand.. 
There is only one Church that is nineteen hundred years old, and that is the Roman 
Catholic Church, which, by the very fact, must be the Church Christ founded, and 
against which He said the gates of hell should never prevail. There is not one of 
our Protestant Churches that is 400 years old. Not one of them existed or was- 
ever heard of 400 years ago, and their own historians bear us out in making this 
statement. Therefore, is it possible that any one of them can l)e the Church founded 
by Christ nineteen hundred years ago? This cannot be proved by any argument 
whatever. The following table showing the ages, founders, and the place of origin 
of the principles Churches has been compiled. In every instance, except the last, 
the authority for these statements are non-Catholic writers. 




Close of the Kitrhtetnth Centurv 




FIRST ST. LAWRENCE CHURCH 
Erected in 1841 





REV. JOSEPH FERXEDI.XG 

Organizer of St. Lawrence 

Congregation 



REV. IGXACE F. KLEIN 

Attended St. Lawrence Parish 
from 1859 to 1866 



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GEORGE HUSCHART 




MICHAEL LANG 




NOTE: A FKW AUDl'l lOXAL NAMES. 

The names of the following esteemed members of the Parish were inadvert- 
ently omitted from the "directory. "" and apologies are hereby offered tliem, as well 
as to an\ otiiers whose names ma\ ha\e l)een o\erlooked. 

Ven. Sisters St. i'rancis 228 S. Sixth St. 

Prof. Joseph .M. Richter 119 S. Seventh St. 

P.aker, M r>. Warren, nee Cook ()04 S. Seventh St. 

P)rannan. Jnhn J.. .\nna Pardieck 18 S. Third St. 

Brokamp. .Xlnysius lioston. 

hjigelhert. I'Tank. .Mary Smitlnneyer 116 S. Fourth St. 

1-ahlsinK. Will. A.. .Mrs. C-.ra 634 S. Tenth St. 

Eeldmann. I'.ernard. Jnlia Ritzie 415 S. Eiglitli St. 

-Matilda. 

1 lur>tin.<,'. ['"rank 1! 31 Lil)erty .\ve. 

.Mehlon. iM-ar.k. .Mrs. Carolyn 20<; S. Ninth St. 

.Moore. .Mrs. Clara, nee Veddin,L, 1012 S. Fifth St. 

Catherine. Cliarles. 

Pitts, Emery N. I-iftli St., W . R. 

Park. .Marcia S. Seventh St. 

Robe, .Miss Anna T 27 S. Si.xth St. 

Robe, Bernadina. wid. I'rank 27 S. Sixth St. 

.Mary B. 

Schroeder. Henry, Sr 707 S. xNinth St. 

Torl)eck. Alltert J.. W anda Gatzek 130 S. Third St. 

Torbeck, .\ndrew F., Gertrude 306 S. Ninth St. 

John, Mary. 
Weiss, Catherine .Mary. wid. Bernard 331 S. Sixth St. 



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Office Hours fro,ni 8 to 9 A. M., 1 to 2 P. M., and from 7 to 8 P. M. 



The Ri:v. Frank A. Roiu.l, Pastor. 



The Rev. Chari.es L. Kahev, Assistant. 



ORDER OF DIVINE SERVICES. 



Sunday Services. 

Mass (Low) 5:30 A.M. 

Mass (Low) (Sermon) ... 7:30 A. :\I. 

High .Mass (Sermon) 10:00 A.M. 

Verpers. Sermoiiette and 

Benediction 3:00 P. M. 

( Every alternate Sunday the Sermon 
at the 7 :30 o'clock Mass is in the Ger- 
man language. ) 



HoEY Days oe Obeigation. 

Masses 5:00 and 7:30 A.M. 

High Mass ( Sermon ) 9 :00 A. M. 

Vespers. Sermon and 

Benediction 7:30 P.M. 

Week Day Services. 

Mass 5:30 A.M. 

Mass 7:30 A.M. 



CHURCH WARDENS. 
Mr. John G. Schwegman, Recording Secretary. 
Mr. Joseph M. Waltermann, Financial Sec'v. Mr. Ferd. Grothaus. TrEas. 

Mr. Wm. H. TorbEck. Mr. Edward R. Berheide, Mr. Fr.vnk L. WaideeE. 



RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN CHURCH. 

1. Talking and laughing and all disrespectful hehavior is strictly forhidden. 
Any person who does not behave properly will be summarily removed. 

2. No one should leave his seat before the Priest returns to the Sacristy. 

3. None l)Ut actual members of the choir are allowed in the gallery at any 
service. 

4. All are most earnestly requested to treat strangers with unfailing courtesy 
in this Church. See that they are provided with seats. Give up your own seat 
cheerfully. Your action may do more than 3'ou ever dreamed of. 



CONFESSIONS. 

"As file Father hath sent me. I also send you. When He had said this. He 
breathed on- them, and He said to them: Receive ye the Holy Ghost Whose sins 
yon shall jorgivc, they are forgiven, and z\jhose sins you shall retain are retained. 
(John XX: 21-23.) 

"/ z^'il! arise, and I z^'ill ;jo to my Father, and say to him: father I hair 
sinned against Heaven and before Thee — / am not zcorthy to be called lliy son; 
make me as o)ie of thy hired seri'ants." (Luke XV: 18, 19.) 

Confessions are heard every Saturday, from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m., and from 7:30 
till all are heard. Also, during the same hours, on Thursdays before the hrst Fri- 
day of each month, and on the eves of Holy Days of obligation; likewise every 
day before the 7:30 o'clock Mass, and on Friday afternoons and evenings. 

Do not crowd too near the confessionals, and after confession take a pew in 
another part of the Church. 

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HOLY COMMl'XIOX. 

"This is my body: this is my blood." 

"Behold I am zi^'ith you, even unto the Consuinnuitimi of the iK'niid." 

After Confession comes Communion to strengthen the wounded soul weak- 
ened by repeated falls from grace. "He that eateth Me abideth in Me and I in 
Him." says our Divine Lord when speaking of the great Sacrament of the Eucharist. 
Here we have some special grace peculiar to the Sacrament we receive, as in ail 
the other si.\, but we have all grace in possessing the author of grace Himself. 
No mind can conceive, nor can tongue describe the infinite love shown us in this 
Banquet of Love surpassing all understanding. We can but hujubly cast ourselves 
upnn our faces before it, and like St. Thomas cry out, "My Lord and My God." 

Holy Communion w-as instituted by Jesus Christ for the particular purpose of 
strengthening that which is weak within us and thus enal)le us to successfully con- 
tend against the powers of darkness that assail us on every side in our journey 
towards eternal life. With all the inefifable love of His Sacred Heart He has di- 
vested Himself of every mark of glory and majesty that we might not fear to come 
to Him for refreshment where He remains with us always "even unto the consum- 
mation of the world." 

There can be no excuse for our weakness when we have at hand such an 
unfailing source of strength to supply all that may ever be wanting to us. Frequent 
Communion must of its very necessity correct our faults and sanctify our lives. 

It is an edifying sight in this Parish to see the habit of weekly and even daily 
Conuiiunion growing among our people. God grant that this certain mark of the 

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The Rev. Chaki.es L. K.xbev. Asissia.nt. 



Father Kal)ey is a native of (>reenslmrg. Ind. His classical and thedlugical 
studies were made at St. Meinrad's College and Seminary, where he was ordained 
to the Priesthood on May 21. 1910. 

His first appointment was as assistant at St. John's Church. \'incennes. after 
which he was given charge of St. Bernard Church. Fort Branch, for two years, 
when his marked ahility prompted his transfer to the broader field of St. An- 
drew's Parish, where he entered upon his labors as assistant. August 20. 1913. 



love of His Eucharistic Presence may still continue to grow until frequent Com- 
munion becomes the rule rather than the exception ! Then might we exclaim with 
St. Paul: "I live nozi.- not I. but Christ livcth in me." 



Holy Communion is administered at all Masses except the Sunday High Mass 
and Funeral Masses, and at other times by appointment. 

In receiving Communion always go as far as possible toward the center of the 
railing. This will prevent the unseemly crowding at the ends when there are many 
Communicants, and when there are but few to receive, it will do away with the 
ludicrous spectacle of two Communicants kneeling at the extreme ends of the rail, 
to the great inconvenience of the Priest distributing Communion. 

X. B. The proper time to come forward, if you intend to receive, is when the 
Priest comnumicates — not later. 

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HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS X. 
JOSEPH SARTO. 
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The two hundred and sixty-fourth successor of St. Peter was born at Riese. 
n the diocese of Treviso, June 2, 1835; ordained priest December 18. 1858: conse- 
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BAPTISM. 
"Unless a man be born again of z^'atcr and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into 
he Kingdom of God." John III : 5. 

This sacrament should be received as soon after birth as practicable, and pa- 
ents who defer the baptism of their children for several weeks, easily become 
guilty of a grievous sin of negligence. Sponsors should be practical Catholics. 
^on-Catholics are not permitted by the laws of the Church to be God parents, 
leither are apostate Catholics, nor members of secret societies condemned by the 
hurch. 

Since not only the family name, but also the maiden name of the mother, as 
veil as the exact date of the child's birth are to be recorded, it is desirable that the 
"ather himself be present to give this information. 

According to custom, an offering to the Priest should be made by parents and 
od parents. 

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The Right Reverend Francis S. Chatard, D. D., Bishop of Indianapolis. 

Let the baptismal name of your child be that of some Saint. 

Baptism is administered Sundays at 2:30 o'clock; l)y special arrangement also 
other times, except Sunday morning. 

In danger of death, any person can and should liaptize by simply following this 
lort instruction: Take common water. Pour it on the head of the person to be 
iptized. Whilst pouring say the words: "I liaptize thee in the name of the Father, 
id of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost." 

If a child has been baptized privately by a lay person, this fact must be made 
lown to the Priest before he begins the ceremonies of baptism. 

If a child has been baptized at home by a Priest, it must be brought to the 
hurch without unnecessary delay so that the ceremonies of Christening, prescribed 
• the Church, may be supplied. 



ENGAGEMENTS AND MARRIAGES OF CATHOLICS. 

AN ABSTRACT OF SOME NEW REGULATIONS. 

An engagement may be private, and, as a contract, it ought to be fulfilled. 

here need not be any in writing" before marriage. It is good to have the contract 

i writing, signed by both parties, attested bj' the Pastor, or two witnesses. Then it 

a legal safeguard, and a bar for either party against jnarrying a blood relation of 

le other within the first degree. 

No marriage is valid for a Catholic unless contracted before the Pastor of the 

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Thk Right Reverend Joseph Chaktkand, D. D., Coadjutor Bishop. 



place, or before the Bishop, or before a Priest appointed by either, and two wit- 
nesses. 

If there be no impediments, any Parish Priest validly assists at any marriage 
within the limits of his Parish. But if the parties live outside the limits of his 
Parish, the marriage indeed is valid, but his action is improper, unless he had the 
permission of the Pastor of either party. 

The marriage ceremony ought to be performed in the Parish Church of the 
bride. 

By Catholic is meant anyone ever baptized in the Catholic rite. Once a 
Catholic, a Catholic forever, as to the marriage laws. 

Besides duly recording the marriage, the Pastor is to note the fact in the 
register of Baptisms after the name of each party; and if the parties were baptized 
in places far apart, he is bound to send a copy of the marriage record to the 
Pastors of tlie places where each party was baptized, that it may be recorded there 
under the baptismal record of each. Or he may send the copy to the Chancery. 

The marriage of a heretic to a heretic is valid, when there is no Christian im- 
pediment. The marriage of an infidel to an infidel is valid, when there is no natural 
impediment. But the marriage of a heretic to an infidel is not valid. 

By heretic is meant one baptised, but not in the Catholic rite. 

By infidel is meant one never baptized. 

These laws went into effect on Easter Sunday, April 19, 1908. 

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Oi'R Worthy Church Wardens. 



Standing: Edward R. 15erheide, Frank L. W'aidelc, William H. Torbeck. 
Sitting: Joseph M. W'alterniann. John G. Schwegnian, Ferd. Grothaus. 

Too much praise cannot be bestowed on the Wardens of St. Andrew's Church. 
They have ever the interest of the Church at heart and greatly assist the Rector 
in keeping good order and in looking after the linances of the Church. 

Persons contemplating marriage should call on the pastor about two months 
before the date set, to make the necessary arrangements. 

The laws of the Church for jnarriage are: "; I 

1. To marry none but Catholics. .ij .j 

2. Not to marry relatives. ' ' 

3. Not to marry between the hrst Sunday of Advent and the 6th day of 
January, nor from Shrove Tuesday to the second Monday after Easter. 

4. To be married at Mass. The nuptial blessing can be given only at Mass. 

5. To be previously published on three Sundays or an intervening Holy Day. 

6. The bridal pair is to receive Holy Communion at the Nuptial Mass. 

7. The bride and the bride's maids must have their heads covered. 

N. B. Afternoon and evening weddings, not being in accordance with the 
si)irit of the church, are permitted only in cases of necessity. 



SICK CALLS. 

"Is there any iiiuu sick among yout Let hi in briii;/ in the Priests of the Church, 
and let them pray over him, anointing him ic;//; oil in the name of the Lord. And 
the prayer of faith shall save the sick man; and the Lord shall raise him up; and 
if he be in sin they shall be forgiven him." (James V: 14-15.) 

All persons dangerously ill or in danger of death from sickness, wounds or 
accidents, are bound under pain of mortal sin to be anointed, or in other words 

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The playerpiano is the one instrument whose use is open to everyone m the 
entire family. Why not go together then and combine the amount you expect to m- 
vest in Christmas trifles and get music into your home? Its use is not a passing 
pleasure, but with an irresistible charm it leads you into an endless realm of melody^ 
There is not one musician and no instrument but the STARR PLAYERPIANO 
which can plav with equal accuracy the dainty rhythm of a Chopin waltz and the 
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WHAT IS REAL TAILORING? 

First. A skilled cutter takes an accurate 
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pattern from that measure. 

Second. We next soak wet and dry 
with cold water thereby taking all the 
shrink out of all materials entering into 
the making of the suit — the cloth and 
trimmings — so the suit will retain its shape 
when made up and exposed to the weather. 
Third. Our work is made right here, In- 
skilled workmen only. 

Fourth. We carry the largest line of 
piece goods for dress and business suitings 
and overcoatings, trouserings and fancy 
vestings that is on display in the city. 
Come and see. 

Fifth. Then it is more to my interest 
that you get a perfect fit, than it is for you 
to get one. Why? If you wear a misfit 
my reputation as a tailor is at stake, and 
yours is not. I would not only lose your 
trade, but that nt your friends also. See the point, they must fit. 

Sixth. So-called tailoring that you get from people who show you samples, take 
a partial measure, send it away to some factory, is no better cut, made or fit than 
ready-made clothes — this class of clothes has no more tailoring in it than overalls 
made in a factory. 

Seventh. We are making real tailoring at ready-made prices. Call and see for 
yourself, at 25 South Seventh Street. CFO ^V SPHFPMAN 

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photo by dalbev. 

St. Andrew's Pakish-Residen'ce, also showing Church. 



to receive the Holy Sacrament of Extreme Unction. Never send a child to call 
the Priest, send a grown person. If there is no grown person in the house able to 
go ask a neighbor to do so. The Sacraments of the dying are all too important and 
of too great a dignity, so that the arrangements for their administration should not 
be made through children. Resort to the telephone only in case of emergency. 

Catholic neighbors should always be willing to assist one another on occasions 
of sickness and death independently of personal feeling or past grievances. Such 
occasions frequently offer the best opportunity for neighbors to become reconciled 
to each other and to give an example of true Christian charity. Do not simply 
send for the Priest, but let the person who calls be instructed as to what informa- 
tion is to be given. The sick-call messenger should be able to give the following 
items : 

1. Full name of sick person, the correct address, that is, the name of the 
street and the exact house number. These items are all the more important if the 
Priest should not be at home and the call is to be left in writing on his desk. 

2. The age and condition of the person, whether child or grown person. 
whether practical or indifferent Catholic. 

3. Has the person been attended to before in the same sickness, and by which 
Priest ? 

4. What Sacraments have been received and when? 

5. Is the person able to receive Holy Comnunnon, that is. is the sick person 
conscious or not, or subject to vomiting? 

6. Has a physician attended and what is his opinion of the danger? 
Whenever there is real danger notify the Priest at once. Do not wait. Do not 



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wait until evening or night. Xever call at night, on Saturday afternoon or evening 
or on Sunday e.xcept in case of sudden sickness or when danger in delaying is 
apparent. 

Do not call at the above mentioned times for a sick person who has already- 
been entirely attended to, unless the Priest has left word to that efYect : or has 
not been to see the person for some time, or in case the sick person insists on it of 
his own accord, evidently from some trouble of mind. Let no one speak to the 
Priest on the way whilst he carries the Blessed Sacrament, except what is strictly 
necessary, or until he himself begins to speak. It is not necessary to call the Priest 
for sick infants as long as they have have baptized, but it is necessary in case of 
children of seven years or even younger children if they have attained to the use of 
reason. It may be necessary to give the latter absolution at least, if not to anoint 
them. 

PREPARATIONS FOR THE SICK ROOM. 

The sick person should be forewarned of the Priest's coming and should be 
advised to prepare for confession and the possible reception of the last Sacraments. 

If there is danger of death and the Priest is to administer the last Sacraments 
or Holy Communion as Viaticum, the sick person need not be fasting, but may 
take whatever food, drink or medicine which his physical condition may require. 

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PHOTO BY DALBEV. 



Convent, Sisteks oe St. Frances. 



Have the sick room in good order by the time the Priest arrives. Have the 
room perfectly clean and tidy. Have all unsightly objects removed, such as soiled 
linens, dishes and vessels used by the sick person. Let the articles that must re- 
main be perfectly clean and presentable. 

Have clean linens and coverings put on the bed. Have a small table with a 
clean white cover opposite the sick bed or at some distance from it, so that it can 
be seen by the sick person. Do not place it right next to the bed at the head of it 
if it can be avoided. Have a chair, not a rocking chair, immediately next to the 
bed at the sick person's head for the Priest so that the latter may look towards the 
foot of the bed and not into the sick person's face when he hears die confession. 



ARTICLES FOR THE SICK ROOM. 



1. A small table or stand, with a clean white cover. 

2. One crucifix standing on the table or hanging directly over it. 

3. Two pure wax candles in suitable candle sticks. 

4. One small vase or vessel of Holy Water with a small sprig or brush for 
sprinkling. 

5. One glass of fresh drinking water and a large spoon. 

6. One clean white napkin, cloth or small towel to be used as a communion 
cloth. 

7. In case of Extreme Unction being administered also a plate containing six 
small bits of white cotton, and a little salt. 

Have nothing else but the above mentioned articles on the sick room table. 
Keep all medicine liottles, spoons, glasses and other objects not needed for the 
administration of the Sacraments on another table or stand. 

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IT IS SURE TO COME. 
Look at your fellow human beings; what befalls them? Some of them fall 
dead on the street; some are found dead in their beds; some have their lives sud- 
denly crushed out ; some are cut ofif in the midst of their occupations ; some die in 
agonizing pains; some go forth in the morning and return not in the evening; some 
die in the midst of mirth and laughter; some meet violent death at the hands of 
others; some die at their meals, away from home; separated from friends, and 
many die in their sins. Nearly all are called when they least expect it. Consider 
these stern facts and you will not easily sin. "It is appointed unto man once to die, 
and after this the judgment." DEATH IS SURE TO COME. 



FUNERALS. 

As soon as a member of your household has died, have the pastor notified, and 
make the necessary arrangements with him before announcing the time of the 
funeral. 

Funerals should take place with Requiem High Mass, and 9 o'clock is the usual 
hour. Funerals are not allowed on Sundays or Holy Days, except the burial is a 
necessity. The casket is not to be opened in the Church. 

Avoid useless expense for Howers. By Diocesan Statute no flowers are per- 
mitted on the casket in the Church. Instead of spending money uselessly for ex- 
pensive coffins and carriages, it were better to say prayers, offer Masses, and give 
alms to the poor for the solace of the deceased. 

Do not ask for special privileges or distinctions, for special music, or singing not 
in harmony with the service of the Church. Do not insist on having a friend sing 
a sentimental selection in contrast to the chaste music and language of the Church. 
Fulsome funeral sermons are out of place. 



PEWS. 

As the income for defraying the various expenses of the Parish mainly de- 
pends on pew rent, it is the duty of everyone who wishes to be considered a 
practical Catholic to have a sitting in his Parish Church. Every Catholic is obliged, 
in conscience, to support his Church, and the pews are rented for this purpose. 
It certainly is not proper to occupy the sitting which has been paid for by another 
when you, yourself, have the means of doing so. People who have no sitting cause 
disturbance l)ecause, having none of their own, they occupy the seat of others, thus 
depriving them of their rights and giving cause for complaint. 

XoTK : Standing in the rear or aisles of the Church is against the police regu- 
lations and will not be tolerated. 



RULES REGARDING PEW RENT. 

1. The pews are rented annually in July. Should you have failed to secure 
one at that time, you can can get it any time during the year, by calling on the 
Secretary. Pew rent is due quarterly, the quarters beginning on the first days of 
July, October, January and April. 

2. Every family should have its own pew or part of a pew, and the same rule 
applies to young men and young women, who do not live with parents having a 
pew. Those who are poor, and unable to rent a pew, are asked to call on the 
Pastor or Secretary, and one will cheerfully be given them for the year. 

3. The best time to pay pew rent is on Sundays before or after the morning 
services, payment to be made in the Lyceum. The Secretary, however, will receive 
pew rent at any other convenient time at his home, 615 South C Street. 

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4. Take your own pew at all services. Rented pews are equivalent to re- 
served seats; it is, therefore, not merely a matter of politeness, but also of justice, 
not to occupy rented pews without the consent of the owners. The ushers will di- 
rect strangers, and persons not renting pews, to seats, and pewholders will per- 
form an act of courtesy by giving up their seats to visitors. Make strangers feel 
hat they are welcome. 

5. The Church claims the privilege of using unoccupied pews after the 
'Gloria" of the Mass, and at the evening services when it may reasonably be pre- 
sumed the pewholders are not coming. Avoid, therefore, coming late. Start as 
promptly for Church as you would start for the depot if you intended to take a 
rain. 



THE ETIQUETTE OF PEWS. 

Having entered a pew, move along; do not block up the end of the pew as if 
^ou did not intend to have anybody else enter it, or as if you were holding it for 
;ome special friends. Do not rise to let others in, but move along, and leave the 
Dew invitingly open, so that they will know that they are welcome. If a pew hold- 
,ng five has already four in it, do not file out in formal procession to let one poor, 
scared woman go to the other end to the aisle. It may not be generally known that 
he custom of the man sitting at the outside end of the pew began in this country's 
^arly days. Then the men capable of bearings arms sat nearest the end with their 
juns. In this way at the whoop of the Indians coming to attack, they were ready 
:o spring out and meet them. The day of such emergencies is past. 



BIOGRAPHY OF FATHER ROELL. (Continued from Page 7.) 

)ne year, when he was appointed irremovable rector of St. Andrew's Church. He 
:ame to Richmond, April 22, 1899. 

His first work was the placing of an imposing granite monument on the 
Priests' lot in St. Andrew's Cemeter3^ The -debt remaining on the Church having 
)een paid off, extensive improvements were being planned when, on August 15, 
1900, the Church was struck by lightning and destroyed. Nothing daunted, he set 
•esolutely to work to rebuild the edifice. $60,000 was expended, and the indebted- 
less amounted to only $18,000. In 1908 the beautiful Mortuary Chapel was erected. 

The magnificent parish school and hall, the pride of St. Andrew's, was built 
ast year, at a cost of $70,000, and the old school remodeled and converted into a 
Lyceum and Clubhouse. 

F'ather Roell's ability was early recognized by his Bishop, who has appointed 
lim to several important diocesan offices. For a number of years he has been Dio- 
;esan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, a member of the 
Diocesan School Board, director of the Diocesan Insurance Company, and for 
welve years has been connected with the Matrimonial Court of the Diocese. 

That Father Roell's priestly career, and the fidelity with which he has labored 
for the people of St. Andrew's, is appreciated, the festivities inaugurated on the 
accasion of his Silver Jubilee, amply attested. 

(From Jubilee Program, June 1.) 

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ST. ANDREWS SCHOOL AND PARISH HALL. 

This magnificent structure, pronounced the l3est of its kind in the diocese, 
was erected in 1912, and represents an outlay of $70,000. It contains eight large 
class rooms, a chemical hiboratory, music room, library and rest room. It is 
equipped with all modern improvements and conveniences, special attention having 
been given to heating, ventillation, lighting and sanitation. 

On the second floor is the large auditorium, seating eight hundred, and in the 
basement are found the playrooms, two dining-rooms and a well-appointed kitchen. 

In grateful acknowledgement of the generosity of the people of St. Andrew's, 
the list of those who pledged themselves to contribute to the building fund is here- 
vviUi appended : 

Sl-bscriptions Toward the New St. Andrew's School. 

Rev. Frank A. Roell, Rev. Charles Kabey, Rev. Edward Bauer, Caroline Fihe 
and family. Clara jM. Sweitzer, Euphemia INleyer, Clara Prus, Joseph Messmann. 
Gerhard Schmedinghoff. William C. Austermann, Jr.. Gerhard Schroeder, Henry 
Issen and wife, Augustus Cook, John Rottinghaus. Ruth Rottinghaus, Margaret 
Toschlag. Frank }^Iacke, Rosalia Hartkorn, John Hafner, Sr., John Lux, Joseph 
M. Waltermann, John A. Huber, Christina Huber, Mary Muhl, Mrs. Alva Sheffer. 
Philomena Schwegmann, Elizabeth Debus. The Misses Kippenberger. Caroline 
Gausepohl. Catherine Geier, Edward M. Geier, Louisa Messmann, Louis Willen- 
bring, Joseph Messmer, Elizabeth Twehus, Mrs. Horace Hadley, Magdalena 
Pfeiffer and daughters. Sara M. Oberle, Rosella M. Bussen, Frank Geers, Ray 
Grotendick, Pauline Geier, Patrick Oates. Urban Gausepohl, Rudolf Gausepohl, 
Albert Melle, Mary Piening, Eleanore Piening. Frank Gausepohl, Henry C. Hurst- 
ing. William H. Torbeck, Eleanore Torbeck. John Dickmann, Cora and Flora 
Dickmann. Anna W'illenbring, Bernard Feldmann. Henry Feldmann, Elizabeth 
(Continued on Page 39.) 
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Jos. M. W'altermann 




Fdw. R. Herheide 



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Will. H Torbeck 

The Building Committee. 

This committee was named at a congregational meeting held Jan. 1, 1912. It 
was to have charge, in conjunction with the Board of Trustees, of the erection of 
the new St. Andrew's School and Parish Hall. 

From Jan. 1. 1912. to July 20. 1913, fifteen meetings were held, and no import- 
ant step was taken without first heing considered and authorized in these meetings. 
As a mark of appreciation of their faithful service, a bronze talilet, in the foyer of 
the building, is to hand down their names to grateful generations. 




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Fisher, Anna Allans. Josephine Ahans, Anna and Catherine Bowing, Bernard 
Behnen, Bernadina Brokanip, Elizabeth Bnening, John \'. AJaag, Josephine Weisbrod, 
Joseph Schepmann, Frank Mehlon, Leo Ze3'en, llenry J. Pohbneyer, Rose Zeyen, 
Clarence Zeyen, Mary Zeyen, Raymond Zeyen, Joseph Vogelmann, Irene Vogelmann, 
Eleanore Vogelmann, Henry Stiens, IMagdalena Mesker, Lawrence Mesker, Joseph 
jMesker, Martha Meyer, Anna Meyer, I'rank AL Meyer, Mary l^»rinker, Edward 
Koch, Harry Rohe. Bernard Moss, Thomas Burke, Herman Ahaus, Elizabeth 
Wilkemeyer, Anna Scherer, Helen Scherer, Augustus Scherer, Mrs. James Dillon, 
George C. Zwissler, John Zwissler, Agnes Mueggenberg and daughters, John 
Heidelmann, Mary Schumaker, Mrs. John Darnell, Catharine Thomas, William 
Schueler, Herman F. Pardieck, Mary Landwer and daughters, Clara Stiens, Frank 
Torbeck and sisters, Aloysius Pfeiffer, Howard Sprouse, Hilda Cook, Cora Aus- 
termann, Helen Vosmeier, Bernadina Heiter, John Henry Robe, Frank Ort.mann, 
Margaret Minner, Anna M inner, Mrs. Henry Sittloh, Henry Knauber, Anna 
Knauber, William Knauber, Louise Brumley, George Selm, Peter Geier. Alartha 
Torbeck, Augustus Taube, Anton Stolle and sons, John and Elizabeth Brune. 
Joseph Brokamp, Howard B. Geier, William Cook, Vincent Juerling and wife. 
Bernard Uphaus, Albert Feldhaus, Mary Wevers, Aloysius Pardieck, Matthias 
Miller, Johanna Faske, Lawrence Vosmeier, Elizabeth Niemeyer, Bernard Hilter- 
mann, Bernadina Imhoff and sisters, Michael Dixon, Christina Ahaus, Amelia 
Kohlem, Herman E. Stein. Frank Stiens, Raymond Gatzek, Josephine Hursting, 
Bernard Schroeder, Elizabeth Schroeder, Gertrude Waltermann, Catherine Nie- 
haus, Frank Hillman, Frank Puthoff, Jr., Julius Melle, Mrs. George Schwegmann, 
Ferdinand Herold, Frank Rager and wife. Ruby Jane Kelly, Sara Baumer, Eliza- 
beth M. Knabe, Joseph Toschlag, Louisa Witte, Louisa F. Witte, Bernadina Witte, 
Anna Witte, Mrs. Tuecke and Henry, John Beckschultz, Clara Beckschultz, Frank L. 
Waidele, Mrs. Alice McCann, Catherine Rohe and daughters, Bernard Reckers, 
Josephine Grothaus, Mary Taube, George Taube, Bertha and Henrietta Maag, 
Joseph Hiller, Aloysius Torbeck, Frank Altenschulte, Lawrence Pfeiffer, Mary 
Berheide, George Austermann, Bernard Holthaus, Herman Bowing, Edward Kutter, 
John Smithmeyer, Emil Kromer, Bernadina Taube-Pardieck, Bernard Maag, Jr., 
Edward W. Ramler, Frederick Foley, Henry B, Beckschultz, Anthony Prus and 
wife, Bernard Maag, Sr., Edward Balling, Agnes Twehus, Edward Glaser, Her- 
man Waltermann, Eva Lichtenfels, William Austermann, Sr., Edward Hollarn 
Mary Reckers, A. G. Luken, Herman Bowing, John Vogelgesang, Lillian Grapper- 
haus, Anna Thesing, William Geier, Anna T. Rohe, Helen Berheide, Julius Mesker, 
Henry Epping, Henrietta Garrett, Irene Austermann, Alphonse Weishaupt. Ed- 
ward Stiens, John Baumer, Mary A. Lawler, Frank Messmer, Joseph Reis, Edwin 
Ammerman, Anthony Zwissler, Mrs. James Kelly, William Fahlsing and wife, 
John Glaser, Joseph C. Geier, Aloysius Engelbert. William F. Young. Joseph 
Weishaupt. Anthony Stever. Clarence Faucett. Louis Tangemann. Mrs. Averdieck. 
Bertha E. Boppart, Joseph F. Wessel, Paul Geier, Frederick Bruster, ALiry Mueg- 
genberg, Elizabeth Gosselin, John B. Strieker. William G. Todd. Mary W'eiss, 
John Habing, Bernard Bowing, Mrs. Frederick Jarvis. Mrs. Anna Jordan. Law- 
rence Luken, Elizabeth Lake, Edward Tiernan, Henry Vosgroene, Andrew Gaiser, 
Anthony Wolke, George Toschlag, Sr., Caroline Smithmeyer, Helen Miller, Mary 
Torbeck, Rose Gatzek, John PL Melle, Henry Putoff, Josephine Runge, Maria 
Wolke, Mrs. Fred Maag, Philomena Maag, Roselle Pfeiffer. John G. Schwegmann, 
Herman Twehus. Bernard Broermann. Bernadina and Caroline Bowing. Teresa 
Brune, .\ndrew Westendorff, Joseph and Catherine (irapperhaus. Mabel Knopf, 
William Korves, Frank Gatzek. Bernard Alorgenroth. Jesse A. Hall. Frank and 

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Clara I'^eldliaus, I'V-rdinand Schwegmann, Margaret and Dorothy Zeyon, Lawrence 
Zeyen, Mary Brocrniann, Herman Otten and mother. Loviis Baumer, Frank Tepe. 
hrank Scheihler, Agnes Overjiiann, Schroeder sisters, Anna Wessel, Harry J. 
Klemann, Teresa Kahle, Henry Torbeck, Catherine Werner, Philomena Geers, 
Henry and Frank Pardieck, Joseph Pardieck, Sr., Frank Kahle, Mrs. Saul Davis, 
Henry Koorsen, Frederick Pardieck, Mrs. Paul White, Laura Austermann, Caro- 
line Huber, Mrs. Joseph Pitman, Andrew Torbeck, Catherine Reckers, Edward J. 
Bloemke, Joseph Schwegmann, Oscar Greene. Frank Batter, William Metzger, 
Stephen Peters, Conrad Zwissler, Dr. Frederick P. Buche, Eugene Schwegmann, 
Aloysius Schwegmann, Henry H. Pardieck, Clara Schwegmann, Mrs. Guy E. Bull. 
Wessel Wolke, Carl Berheide, Frank Bowing, George Schwegmann, Joseph Lah- 
mann, Mrs. Charles H. Hasecoster, Theresa Hursting. Anthony Wolke, Andrew 
Fessler, Bernard Massmann, Jr.. J. H. Menke, Harriet Pitman, Edward Berheide. 
Bernadina Melle, Ltike Bowing, Henry Brokamp. Frank Brokamp, John Dorr. 
John Daubt, Elizabeth Frank, John J. Harrington. Jr.. Frederick Prus, Albert J. 
Korthaus, Catherine Kunk. Mary Kuhlmann, Eva and Flora Lichtenfels. Nicholas 
Moskal, Mrs. Henry Meiners. Adam Metz, Constance Pardieck, Estelle Routh, 
Reers family, Catherine Rottinghaus, Genevieve Schnedeker, Bernard Stuerenberg, 
Frederick Scharff. Charles Stuckenberg, Herman Thesing, Henry Witte, William 
Witte, Caroline Witte. Weiss children, Magdaline Young, Irene Tmhoff. Leona Im- 
lioff, Josephine Pfeiffer, Margaret Blei, Chris Brucker, Frank Bahlmann. J. B. 
Engelbert, Mrs. Dowell. Mary Rohe, Bernard H. Schroeder, Joseph Imhoff, Mary 
Korthaus, Henry Maurer. Sara Schnurr, Francis Schwarzkopf, Pauline Plei, Anna 
Ortmann, Eugene Herold. Rosamond Herold. Edward Issen. Casper Jelly, Edward 
Johnson, William Kahle, Frank Kahle, Joseph Kutter, Joseph M. Richter, Cather- 
ine Reckers. Anna T. Rohe, Flenry Rohe, Russell Raukoff, Casper Rohe and family, 
Catherine Thesing. Herbert Weisbrod, Clifford Weisbrod, Joseph Wessel, Mayme 
Wevers. Henry Witte. William, Magdalen and J. P. Young, Frederick Bruster, 
Raymond Geier, O. C. Hockett, INfrs. Macksymiak. Lena Rohe. William Putoff. 
Agnes Overmann, Mary Rohe, John Saner, William Fisher. William Geier. Joseph 
Hoch. Michael Huth, Leo Sanders. Lena Waltermann, Margaret Toschlag, Hans 
Koll, Florence and Matilda Rohe, Valenti Bankowski, Edward Kutter. William 
Torbeck, Anthony Banduro. Herbert Green. Joseph Stolle, William Stolle. .\nthony 
Stolle. Ferdinand Grothaus, Philomena Lee, Marcus Sostmeyer, John A. Vosmeier, 
Louis Knopf, Mary Larbes. Mrs. M. J. O'Brien, Williimi Behmen, Henry Maurer. 
Bernard W^eiss, Mrs. Pierson, Rev. Matthias Weiland, Rev. John C. Rager. Rev. 
Flavian Larbes. Michael Knadow, Rose Bussen, Sisters of St. Francis, William H. 
Kelley. Caecilia Vosmeier. Henrica Klemann. Otto Ramler. Elizabeth Morgenroth. 
*Mary E. Knabe, *Joseph Ramler. ^Elizabeth Ramler, *Bernard Austermann, *Anna 
Kaiser, *Otto Zeyen, *.-\gnes Puthoff, St. Andrew's School Children. Sodality 
B. V. M., St. Rose Society, School Fund Card Club, St. Ann's Society, 
Ladies' Fortnightly Club, Young Men's Institute, Berchman's Boys Society. 
St. Agnes Girls' Society. Ladies Auxiliary of St. loseph's Society, Hymettus Lit- 
erary Society and St. Andrew's Dramatic Society. 
* Deceased. 

OUR SCHOOL. 

The aim of our school is fourfold — to give to the family dutiful and obedient 
children ; to the Church practical and enlightened Catholics ; to the State intelligent 
and patriotic citizens : and to society virtuous, useful and cultured men and women. 

Catholic parents should send their children to Catholic schools in order that 

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LOEHR & KLUTE 

"The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes" 
THIS BIG EXCLUSIVE STORE FOR MEN 

is always in readiness with complete stocks of High-Grade Suits and 
Overcoats Priced at $10.00 to $25.00 

Every Garment bears the "L. & K." Quality Label 
HIGH CLASS FURNISHINGS for Men and Boys— reasonably priced 



LOEHR & KLUTE 



725 Main Street 



Richmond, Indiana 




I,.B. Campbell, Res.Mgr. 
Phone 2040 



BUSINESS— THE BIGGEST THING ON EARTH 

is calling for thousands of bright, honest, hustling, quali- 
fied young men and women every year. 

Persons who desire to secure an education which will 
best enable them not only to fill responsible positions in 
business offices, but to meet any other emergencies which 
may arise, and to qualify them for the duties of life, should 
attend the 

Richmond Business College 



Great Central Tea Company 

Distributers of Fresh Roasted Coffees, Choice Teas, Pure Spices, Extracts, 
Baking Powder and Grocery Sundries. 

BLUE BIRD AND COTTAGE BLENDS j 

Registered Private Brands, packed from Fresh Roasted Coffees and known 

for Their Cup Quality. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 
Phone 2126 210-212 Ft. Wayne Ave. 



Peter Johnson & Co. c. H. SUDHOFF & SON 



\ 



Headquarters 

THE LATEST NATURAL GAS 
SUPPLIES 

MANTELS AND GRATES 
812-814 Main St 



STAPLE AND FANCY 



GROCERIES 



Phone 1328 



183 Ft. Wayne Ave. 



the cliild, llirough example ami precept. iiia\" be lirduglit up as a good, practical 
Catholic. 

"Suffer the little ones to eoiiie unto me. and forbid them not. for of sueh is 
the Kiiujdom of Heaven." These little ones, hut loaned to us that we might pre- 
pare them for the eternal happiness destined for them in God's infinite love, we 
will lead unto Ilim in the ways of the Catholic school. Our faith is Init a negative 
quality unless its sincerity be proven by the spirit of sacritice. Right here we have 
our opportunity. It is not for us to question the wisdom of the Church in insisting 
upon Christian education as opposed to that received in schools from which is 
banished every spiritual help that tends to develop the moral character; but our 
plain duty lies in following her unfailing guidance dictated by the abiding presence 
of the Spirit of Truth, who through her. teacheth all truth. 

It should be our ambition then to encourage, both by word and work, this 
worthy undertaking, so much calculated to bring souls to God. 

Nevertheless, nothing but the demands of conscience and obedience to Holy 
Church could justify us in erecting and equipping schools of our own, at the cost 
of so much labor and worry, in the face of such advantages as the public schools 
offer. But since all does not end with the grave, and we have souls to save, we feel 
bound to face any and all difficulties and expense, trusting in the Divine aid. to have 
schools of our own, wherein not only the mind and the body are trained and nour- 
ished, but the soul also. — making us thereby not only surer of our Heavenly Home, 
but better, more reliable and more useful citizens on earth. 

Xo one without formal religious training can be a good citizen of any country. 
Let our people be logical and just. If they are not bound in conscience to use and 
support Parochial Schools, why are we bound to erect them? If priests are bound 
to obey the Church, so are you. If we are compelled to build schools for your 
children, how can you justify yourselves in not using and supporting them? 

THE PAROCHIAL SCliOOL. 

Catholic parents and Catholics in general must do all in their power to aid 
their pastor in the building and maintenance of parochial schools. Read carefully 
the words of the highest authority of the Church in this country, the Third Plenary 
Council of Baltimore, Decree No. 202 : 

"In regard to the laity, we exhort and command that they be so instructed by 
the Bishop and the Priests, that they learn to regard the Parochial School as an 
essential part of the parish, without which the future existence of the parish will 
be endangered. They are, therefore, to be made to understand, clearly and 
thoroughly, that the school is not by any means a mere devotional institution of the 
Priest's own free adoption, for the purpose of manifesting his great zeal or of 
spending his time pleasantly and usefully : liut that it is a burden and a duty, im- 
posed upon the Priest by the Church, to be religiously executed by him. l)ut not 
without the assistance and help of the laity. 

"Not less zeal and wisdom should be employed to destroy that false notion in 
the minds of many of the faithful that the Parochial School exists only for those 
members of the parish who use it for their own children, but it should be shown 
to them by plain argument that the benefits and blessings resulting from faith and 
morality, preserved in the Parochial School, redound to the good of the whole 
community." 

"The result of all this will l)e that the laity belonging to the parish will regard 
no other institution, after the Parish Church itself, more sacred, nor regard it with 
more solicitude than the Parochial School, as destined to preserve the faith and 
morals of their children, and to make them the prop and promise of society. 

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J. H. M E N K E 

AGENT FOR 

1>II.I.SBI TRY'S BEST FLOUR 

Coal, Hay, Straw and Grain. Chicken Feed a Specialty 
Phone 2662 162-164 Ft. Wayne Ave. 



CHAKOK it: the globe 

OUTFITTERS FOR MAN AND WOMAN 

533 Main Street 

Go to the GLOBE when you want STYLE, QUALITY and CREDIT 



FiAILFiOAD STOriE ALL THE PEOPLE 
Clothing, Ladies' Coats, Suits, Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Queensware, Rugs, 

PHONE 1312 Linoleum, Shoes, Etc. Eighth and N. E streets 

THE STANDARD MERCHANDISE CO. 




Bicycles, Excelsior Motorcycles 
All Kinds of Repairings 

E. S. SMITH 



Phone 1806 



426 Main St. 



YOUR CREDIT IS 

GOOD 

AT 

Druitt Bros. 

Furniture, Carpets 
and Stoves 



Irvin Reed & Son 

Hardware 

and 

Fine Cutlery 

J. Runge & Co. 

Feed and 
Seeds 



Phone 1205 



16 S. Seventh St. 



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"Catholics should always bear in niiiid that Catholic teachers receive a trifling 
salary for their service compared with puljlic school teachers, thus saving the State 
and the people an enormous outlay of money. They should not forget that they 
themselves would be taxed much higher for public education, if it were not for the 
self-sacrilicing spirit of so many Catholic teachers educating such a large numljer 
of Catholic children who would otherwise have to be taught by the State at a much 
greater expense." 

In our Parochial School the grades, up to the ninth, are taught by six Sisters 
of St. Francis. It was found necessary at the opening of this school year to e(|uip 
another room to accommodate the increased attendance, the pupils now numljering 
three hundred and twenty. Music receives special attention ; and the recitals 
given liy the pupils wlio pursue their musical studies with the Sisters, tell of the 
excellent instruction and diligent application in this l)ranch, so important in its re- 
fining influence upon the \oung, and so conducive to the happiness of home life. 

OUR HIGH SCHOOL. 

Besides the work done in the Grades, our High School, under the direction of 
Prof. Joseph AI. Richter. oft'ers practically all the advantages of the City High 
School, plus the religious and moral training so necessary for the young at that 
particular lime of life. Academic training is offered in the following branches: 
Algebra. Geo.metry. English. Latin, German. Ancient. Medieval and Modern His- 
tory. United States History and Civics, Physiography, Physics. Physiology and 
Music. Instruction in Christian Doctrine — the greatest factor in molding charac- 
ter — is not neglected in the High School Department. 

An excellent lil)rary of books of reference is open to the pupils, to assist the.m 
in their work, and our Laboratory is now fully equipped for all the work done in 
the sciences that the course of study offers. 

At present a diploma is given upon the successful completion of the three 
years' course, but we hope, with the co-operation of the patrons of the school, to 
extend the curriculum to four years in the near future. 

AN ARTICLE ON THE TRAINING OF CHILDREN. 

A Few \\ ords to Parents on the Training of Children ; — Watch over your 
children. Teach them to be always truthful and honest. See where your children 
go. with whom they associate. See what they are doing in the room, in the yard 
and otlier places. Keep your children away fnini the streets, especial!}' at night. 

Children who are not watched lose their innocence, become vicious and bring 
disgrace on their parents. Accustom your children to go to bed early and to rise 
earh'. To inspire your boys and girls v.'ith a love of home, do all you can to make 
home agreeable. Join with them in their innocent pastimes; show ;in interest in 
their games. Watch over their reading; furnish them with suital)le Catholic story 
books and papers. Rememlier ndu ha\'e to answer for e\'ery scjul ctjulided to your 
care. 

Parents are bound to correct their children. Children have their faults, and 
your children are no exception to the rule, although \'ou ma_\ think them angels. 
It is your duty to correct and punish your children whenever they deserve it. Vou 
must begin in early childhood. You may correct them by a sign, a look or a word. 
At times when they are ill-tempered and stubl)orn. you may be obliged to use the 
rod. "Spare the rod and spoil the child." Do not punish in anger. After punish- 
ing them do not pet them. Do not listen to their tales or take their part against 
their neighbor, and especially against their teacher. Whenever a child is punished 
in school the presumption is that the punishment was deserved. Do not condenui 

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MOTHERS 



ELKS 




BUTTERKRUST GOLDEN CREAM 

ARE THE NAMES OF GOOD BREAD 

BUTTERNUTS 
ARE THE NAMES OF GOOD CRACKERS 

THIS IS SOMETHING TO REMEMBER 

ALL MADE IN RICHMOND 
Truly yours, 

RICHMOND BAKING CO. 



Shurley's Livery 

JNO. SHURLEY, PROP. 
12-14 N. Eighth St. Phone 1536 

Coaches Furnished for all Occasions ' 



Glen Miller Livery and 
Transfer Co. 

JNO. SHURLEY, PROP. 
15-17 S. Ninth St. Phone 2125 



There'd be but One Shoe if everyone 
knew — Selz 




LAKE & CO. 

'SELZ ROYAL BLUE" STORE 
W. E. Newbold, Manager 



SOL FRANKEL 

"TAILORED CLOTHES OF CLASS" 

and 

GENTS' FURNISHINGS 



Phone 2797 



704 Main St. 



Phone 2172 



820 Main St. 



MEYER'S CIGAR STORE HARRY BULLERDICK 

for STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER 

QUALITY CIGARS Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Country 

We carry most all the popular brands Produce, Garden Seeds a Specialty 

713 Main St. Phone 1926 47 N. Fifth St. 



THE NAME 



ARCADE 



IS ALWAYS 



associated witli wliat is l)est in motion picture amusements. A High- 
class, Refined and Entertaining show of three reels with appropriate 
music every day of the week. 



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and abuse the teacher for correcting your child, especially do not do so in the child's 
presence. You do not like others to condemn you without a hearing ; you should, 
therefore, not condemn your neighbor, or the teacher, on the bare and perhaps un- 
truthful report of the child. Your readiness to accept such tales will encourage 
your children to "make them up" whenever it suits their purpose. It will tend 
to make than deceitful talebearers. 

In correcting your children, father and mother should work together, following 
the same rules, and upholding each other's authority. While correction and pun- 
ishment are sometimes necessary, it is also proper to encourage children when they 
do well. 

Train your children to be not only honest and pious and truthful, hut also un- 
sellish and generous to their companions, and respectful tn their elckrs and tliDse in 
authority. 




St. Joseph's Mortlwkv Chapel, at St. Axukew's Cemetery. 



THE CEMETERY. 

"Into its furrows shall we all be cast. 

In the sure faith that we shall rise again 

At the great harvest, wlien the Archangel's blast 

Shall winnow, like a fan, the chaff and grain." 

Our duties toward our dear departed ones do not cease when the soul has left 
its earthly mansion. The Church Ijids us treat their mortal remains, which have 
been the temples of the Holy Spirit, as the relics of saints, and she herself lilesses 
the place wdiere their ashes are sacredly to be gitarded until the da\' of resurrection. 
The cemetery should be kept as becomes a truly Christian l)urial place, "God's 
Acre," a dormitory for His weary children. Erequently visit the graves of your 

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THE GOOD WILL AND LIBERALITY OF OUR PROFESSIONAL FRIENDS 

Notary Public Telephone 1721 Telephone 1721 



Jfraitk ®. ^trayer 
LAWYER 



LAWYER 



820^^ Main Street 



SZOy. Main Street 



Office Hours: 
7 t3 8 A. M. 
1 to 3 P. M. 
7 to 8 P. M. 



^r. 3f. f . J]itcl|e 



Phone 1997 



106 S. Seventh St. 



Office Hours: 
8 to 9 A. M. 
1 to 3 P. M. 
7 to 8 P. M. 



jar. Jf. pi. %vmQ2V 



Phone 2669 



45 S. Seventh St. 



Electro-Therapeutics a Specialty Suite 312-313 Colonial Building 



DENTIST 



724 Main Street 



Over Feltman's Shoe Store 



^. ^. '^oper 

DENTIST 
Rooms 16-17 Colonial Bldg. 

factors 
^. ^. ^insl]atu anb '^. iE. ^Joltnsou 

DENTISTS 
Phone 2589 811 N. A St. 

Gennett Theater Flats, Ground Floor 



Perry J. Freeman Gath P. Freeman 

Sfrcetnan Sc J^^reeman 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 
Colonial Building 

Glass Fitting- a Specialty 

^. ^. Oirusfecnor, ^.^. 
OCULIST 

Over 713 Main Street 



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dead, (.■specially on Sunda}' aftcnidons. It is a powerful rcniiiuler of death, it 
sobers the mind and chastens the heart, and directs our souls to the land of the 
hereafter. 

There is no disposition to interfere with the preferences and tastes of the lot 
holders : ne\-ertheless the attracti\-e appearance of the groimds. and a respectful 
observance of the sacredness of the place, requires some seemins^ly arl)itrary rules 
hy which all must be governed. 

1. ( hdy Roman Catholics, and of these such only as ha\'e during life per- 
formed their duties as such, may be interred in our cemetery. In order to avoid 
all questit)ns as to who is entitled to Christian burial, a burial certificate is to be 
procured from the Pastor, and the decision of the Pastor is hnal for that purpose. 

2. Xo one shall be allowed to remove a body there interred without ;i written 
order from the Pastor. 

3. The purchase price of lots or burial-spaces is to be paid in advance. All 
charges for opening a grave are likewise to be paid for when the permit is obtained. 
The following rates are charged for opening graves, for grave-spaces, etc. : 

'Grave space for an adult $ 5.00 

Grave space for child under twelve years 2.50 

•Opening grave, adult size 4.00 

If oak box or cement vault is to be used 5.00 

Opening grave, walling same with brick, stone cover 15.00 

Opening grave for child up to seven years 1.50 

Opening grave for child from seven to twelve years 2.50 

Lining grave with muslin, adult size 1 .00 

Lining grave for child 50 

Decorating grave with cedar, adult size LOO 

Decorating child's grave with cedar 50 

Re.moving earth from lot and returning same 5.00 

Cement burial vault, average size 25.00 

Cement burial vault, extra large 30.00 

4. A suitable person is employed to take care of the cemetery and no work is 
to be done by anyone except with his permission, and under his direction. A rea- 
sonable charge will be made by him for extra work done, such as resodding graves, 
watering flowers, etc., and payment is to be made to the Sexton in advance for such 
service. 

5. ;\Iounds over graves must be kept low, and no inclusure of any kind is 
allowed, nor the planting of trees or tall-growing shrubs. Boxes, shells, toys, 
pottery and similar articles scattered about the graves are inconsistent with the 
proper keeping of the grounds, and cannot be permitted. 

7. The use of wood crosses is not permitted. Tn selecting monuments care 
should be taken to exclude heathenish or Non-Catholic symbols and inscriptions. 
No monument should be erected which does not display prominently the emblem of 
man's salvation — the Cross. 

8. It is strictly forbidden for anyone to trespass upon the lot or grave of 
others, to take away or destroy any flower, plant or shrub. Sacrilegious is the 
hand that would despoil what is sacred to the dead. 

9. A collection is taken up annually for the upkeep of the cemetery, the ex- 
pense of which is consideralile. A contribution of one dollar is expected from 
every family having a burial place there, and all should take pride in adding to the 
beauty of the final resting place of their dear departed, where they themselves ex- 
pect, some day, to lay themselves down for the long, dreamless sleep. 

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TEEPLE'S 



We Appreciate Your Business. Courteous Treatment Guaranteed 



MARTIN & RUNGE 

VICTROLAS SHEET MUSIC 

RECORDS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

Phone 1948 23 N. Ninth St. 



JOHN J. HARRINGTON 

WHOLESALE SADDLERY AND HARNESS 
Purses and Small Leather Goods, Collars and Pads, Leather and 
Strap-Work, Fly-nets and Dusters, Robes and Blankets, Gloves and 
Mittens, Trunks and Suit Cases Established 1878. 



WM. H. BRADBURY & SON 

Notary Public 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

Fire, Life, Liability, Live Stock, 
Plate Glass, Automobile Fire, Auto- 
mobile Liability, Accident and Health, 
Burglary, Fidelity. 

We do a General Real Estate, Mort- 
gage Loan and Rental Business 



Your attention to PILGRIM'S 

Pura Paint $1.35 per gal. 

Wall Paper 3^c and up 

Hardware, Tools, Toys, etc. is desired 

PILGRIM'S HARDWARE STORE 

529 Main St. 



DUNHAM'S 
GROCERY 



Phone 4148 



700 S. Seventh St. 



SO 



The Original 

5 and 10c Store 

Seventh and Main Sts. 

F. W. Woolworth Co. 

Formerly Knox's 5 and 10c 



A. W. BLICKWEDEL 

Dealer in 
Groceries, Produce, Flour, Feed and 

Notions 
Phone 2044 719 S. F St. 



MISS ELIZABETH JONES 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

Rooms 310-311 Colonial Building 

Phone 1407 Notary Public 



PARISH SOCIETIES AND SODALITIES. 

Every well regulated Parish has a nunil)er of good Catholic societies adapted 
to the spiritual needs of its members. Without these societies and confraternities 
stagnation will set in and spiritual life as well as the cordial relationship that 
should lie cultivated by all members of the Parish becomes dull like the lifeless 
body :' it is more a decaying corpse than anything else. And if this is true with 
regard to the whole Parish as a body, it is equally true concerning every individual 
member of the Parish. Hence every parishioner should belong to one or other 
Parish society suited to his or her state and condition in life. United you standi 
divided, or standing alone, you fall. 

St. Ann's Society of Married Ladies. 

This society rightly boasts of being the oldest organization in the Parish, en- 
joying an uninterrupted existence since 1847. 

Its object is to furnish all that is necessary for the adornment of the sanctuary, 
and sacristy, and also to provide for the cuisine of the Parish Hall. 

A visiting committee of three ladies calls upon the sick, and also makes the 
acquaintance of strangers coming to the city, and secures new members. As an 
adjunct of St. Ann's Society, there was organized in 1910 the Purgatorian Society, 
the members paying five cents at every death in its ranks towards Masses for the 
soul of the deceased. 

The society meets on the third Sunday of each month in the Lyceum, the 
members receiving Holy Communion in a bod}- on the same Sunday. 

The officers for the current year are: ]\lary Pardieck, president; Lydia Rot- 
tinghaus. vice-president and treasurer of Purgatorian Society; Alary Stiens, linan- 
cial secretary; Catherine Gausepohl, recording secretary; Philomena Geers, treas- 
urer; Rose Issen, Cora Fahlsing and Alatilda Oates, visiting committee. 

Young AIen's Institute. 

The Catholic Young Men's Institute, commonly known as the Y. M. I., took its 
origin as a Subordinate Council, in St. Andrew's Parish, some seven years ago, at 
the suggestion of the pastor. Rew Frank A. Roell. under the name of "Gonzaga 
Council No. 61^." 

One of the objects of this organization is to promote the intellectual develop- 
ment of its members, as well as to foster among them a spirit of friendship and 
sociability. Its primary object is, perhaps, as of all other societies within the pale 
of the Catholic Church, to band all Catholic young men together, so that, with 
united forces, they may withstand tlie enemies of our Mother the Church, which 
enemies, in the present day, are numerically so strong. It is interesting to note that 
from the beginning the Assistant Priests of St. Andrew's have always been unan- 
imously chosen Chaplains, to-wit : Revs. Herman Gadlage, :\Iatthias Weiland. 
Edward Bauer, and the present assistant. Rev. Charles Kabey. 

The organization is in a flourishing condition, the number of members at this 
time being 170. The present officers are making every effort to further the success 
of the order, the motto constantly kept before their eyes being: "In Union there is 
Strength. We cannot raise a weight with a single thread ; but a twisted cord is 
not easily broken." 

The council boasts of having the finest club-rooms of any similar organization 
in the city, occupying the entire second floor of St. Andrew's Lyceum. The business 
sessions are held <in the second and fourth Mondays of each month. 

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Chas. W. Jordan 



Daniel W. McManus 



Theo. Hunt 



JORDAN, MCMANUS & HUNT 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

PRIVATE AMBULANCE 



Undertaking Parlors, 1014 Main St. 



G. R. CAUSE 




FLORIST 


Compliments of — 


HIGH GRADE FLOWERS 


FULLE BROS. 


VISITORS WELCOME 


THE FLORISTS 


Phone 3135 National Road West 





Singer Sewing Machine Company 

Buy your Sewing Machine at 500 Main St. Price is Right and 
Guaranteed for Five Years by Singer Co. Phone 1009. 

W. O. OFFUTT, M. S. 



RICHMOND LOAN CO. 

LOANS ON PIANOS, FURNITURE, HORSES, WAGONS, 
ETC. ETC. ETC. At Legal Rate of 2'A a Month 

Phone 1545 Room 8 Colonial Building 



R. H. LANDWEHR 

MEAT 
MARKET 

HOME DRESSED MEAT 



Phone 1724 



606 S. E St. 



RICHMOND'S LEADING 5 & 10c 
STORE 

S. S. Kresge Co. 

823-825 Main Street 
S. H. WHITEHOUSE, PROP. 



At the meeting held Oetolier _'/, 1913. the following offieers were elected tor 
the ensuing year; Rev. Frank A. Roell. lecturer; Re\-. Charles L. Kabey. chaplain; 
Urban Gausepohl. president; Russell Crustin, first vice-president; Julius Mesker. 
second vice-president; Frank Mehlon, financial secretary; Joseph Pardieck, record- 
ing secretary; John Heidelmann, Jr., corresponding secretary; Frank Kahle, treas- 
urer; Lawrence Schepmann. marshal; Aime Aubin, outside sentinel; Robert Ryan, 
inside sentinel. \\ illian; Fahlsing, Augustus Scherer. llenry Schroeder. Abert Tor- 
beck and Frank L. \\ aidele, members of the executive committee. 

St. Agnes Societv. 

1 his pious society, known, also as the "Children of Mary," has been established 
for the spiritual benetit of the girls of our Parish who are not sufficiently advanced 
in age to l)e admitted into the Young Ladies' Sodality. Whether they go to 
school or work, or do neither, all our girls should belong to this society and re- 
main, therein till they have completed their eighteenth year. They meet in the 
Lyceum Chapel on the fourth Sunday of the jnonth and receive Communion at 
the 7 :30 Mass on the same Sunda\'. 

Punctual attendance is required or a good reason for absence must be assigned. 

Officers: Mary Heidelmann, president; Flora Torbeck. vice-president; Laura 
Stein, recording secretary ; Rosella Pfeiflfer. financial secretary : Julia Ruber, 
treasurer; Bernadina Menke and Rosella Vosmeier. collectors. 
Berchm.\xs Boys' Societw 

This society seeks to preserve the virtue of the boys between the age of thir- 
teen and eighteen, by keeping them under the eye of their spiritual directi^r, and 
encouraging them in the practice of their religious duties. Communion and meet- 
ing on the third Sunday of each month. 

Officers; Re\-. Charles L. Kal)ey. director; Richard Zeyen. president; Rnbt. 
Thomas, secretary; Rev. Chas. L. Kabey, treasurer. <, 

YouxG Ladies' Sodalitv of the Blessed Virgin ;\L\rv. 

The chief aim of the sodality is to enkindle in the souls of its members a more 
than. (M-dinary devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, so that, helped by the special 
protection of their great Mother, they may lead a truly Christian life, and in God's 
good time die a happy death. They are expected at all times to be energetic in 
furthering whatever tends to the honor of the Blessed Virgin; to strive earnestly 
by example as well as In- w ords. to promote devotion to our Holy :\Iother in others ; 
to practice the works of merc\-, especially toward Sodalists in time of sickness; 
finally, to strive to acquire those virtues, which no Christian can be without, but to 
vie with each other in piety, purit\-. humility, modesty and dilligence in the dis- 
charge of the duties of their station in life. 

The sodality receives Holy Communion on the first, and meets on the second 
Sunday of every month in the Lyceum Chapel. 

Rev. F. A. Roell. director; Bertha Maag, perfect; Catherine Reckers. first as- 
sistant ; Anna T. Rohe. second assistant ; Dorothy Zeyen. secretary. Consultors. 
Rosamond Herold. Mary Grothaus. Caecilia Imhoff, Josephine Pfeiffer. Sacristan. 
Anna ]\Ieyer. Organist. Caecilia Vosmeyer. 

The sodality also has charge of the Parish Lil>rary of live hundred choice 
volimies. Librarian. Josepha Ramler ; assistants, ]^lar>- Torbeck. Constance Par- 
dieck. 

St. Rose Young Ladies' Society. 

'I his society is organized tfi provide for the decoration of the Church and 
Altar. Each member pays ten cents a month for this purpose, and e\er\- Catholic. 

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RICHMOND ROLLER MILLS 



C. G. CARPENTER, Prop. 



HAXALL AND FANCY ROLLER FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED 



Capacity 250 Bbls. 



232 N. Second St. 



THE GEORGE BREHM COMPANY 

SPORTING GOODS, TOYS, POOL AND BILLIARD SUPPLIES 

AND SEEDS 
Phone 1747 517 Main Street 



MAAG & REILLY 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 
Phone 1661 506 Main St. 



CRANE ELECTRIC CO. 



EVERYTHING IN THE 

ELECTRICAL LINE 



Phones: 
Res. 1950 
Office 1061 



12 N. Fifth St. 



The 

City 

Restaurant 



HENRY NIEWOEHNER 

GROCERIES, MEATS AND 
NOTIONS 



C. C. SCHAEFER 

A Complete Stock of Groceries at 
Reasonable Prices 



Phone 2401 



501 S. Fifth St. Phone 2148 



Shoe Repairing Neatly Done With 

MODERN MACHINERY 
Albert A. Lienemann 

300 S. Sixth St. 



603 Main St. 



OLD RELIABLE PAINT CO. 

WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE 
PRICES 



Phone 2230 



10-12 S. Seventh St. 



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yuunt;' WM.iman shmilil ci insider it an h(in<ir and a duly to lielong to the society and 
to ci.intrihute to the nohlc i)urpose of emhellishing Ciod's House. Once a month 
a Mass is offered inr the spiritual and temporal welfare of all niemliers in good 
standing, and when a member has departed this life a Requiem iligh Mass is sung 
for the repose of her soul. 

The society receives lloly Conununinn in a body, together with the sodalit\', on 
the lirst Sunday of each month, and holds its meeting on the same day. 

Officers: Catherine Thesing, president; Josepha Ramler, vice-president; Alary 
Grothaus. recording secretary: Anna W'evers, financial secretary; Catherine Keek- 
ers, treasurer: Mary Zeyen and Caecilia Vosmeier, assistants; Teresa Messnier and 
Alary Torbeck, collectors. 

St. Elizabeth Aid Sociktv. 

'1 he ladies composing this society C(intri1)ute one dollar a. year toward assisting 
the deserving poor of St. Andrew's Parish. 

Aemilia Kennepohl, president: Margaret Ze\'en, secretary: Anna W'essel, 

treasurer. 

Catholic BexEvolExt Associatioxs. 

Catholics are warned not to become members of lodges and secret societies 

condemned by the Church, nor of any non-Catholic organizations which are liable, at 

any time, to fall under the ban of the Church. The safest plan for obtaining sick 

and death benefits is to affiliate with societies professedly Catholic, like any of the 

following: o t • n \ 

St. Joseph s BexevolExt Associatiox'. 

This society has for its object the banding together of the men and young men 
of the Parish to strengthen them in their faith, and in the practice of their religion, 
and also to support them in sickness and to aid their families when death comes. 
It looks back over a history of more than half a century and is in a flourishing 
condition, having nearly two hundred and fifty members. 

The meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month, in St. Andrew's 
Lyceum. 

The officers for the present year are: Casper Jelly, president: Henry Maurer, 
vice-president; H. E. Stein, recording secretary; Joseph M. W altermann, financial 
secretary: \\ m. H. Torbeck, treasurer. Standard liearers, Herman Twehus and 
Ferd. Schwegjiian ; assistants, Raymond Kleman and B. J. Sostmeyer. Standing 
committee, Peter Geier, John Habing, Henry Torbeck. Executive committee, 
Frank L. Waidele, Paul Geier, Jos. Stolle. Committee for sick, Frank Feldhaus. 
chairman; W'm. Kahle. secretary; Edw. Balling, assistant secretary; Albert Tor- 
beck, Henry Xuechter, John Beckschultz, W'm. Feldhaus, Edw. Issen and Alichael 
Huth. 

Spiritual director. Rev. F. A. Roell. 

Uniformed Knights of St. John. 

Rev. F. A. Roell, chaplain ; Henry E. Schroeder, president ; Joseph W allerman. 
first vice-president; Anthony Stolle, Jr., second vice-president: Henry Xuechter. 
recording and corresponding secretary; Harry Schroeder, financial secretary; 
John Hafner, Sr., treasurer. Trustees, Jos. Schepmann, John Lux, Conrad Zwiss- 
ler, Frank Hursting, Wm. Torbeck, Jr. 

The drill corps, which is always in readiness to enhance the solemnity of 
Church celeljrations, has acquired much proficiency in military tactics under the 
present officers, viz. : Captain Edward Valdois, Lieutenant Joseph Cook, Second 
Lieutenant Edward Balling. Drills arc held weekly, and the regular business of 
the order is transacted in the Lyceum on the third Monday (^f the month. 

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GEO. H. NOLTE 

CARPETS, RUGS AND DRAPERIES 



Only Exclusive Carpet House in the City 



904-906 Main Street 



KODAKS AND SUPPLIES 


Buy R. B. Fashion Clothes and Gents' 
Furnishing Goods at 


QUIGLEY 




Drug Stores 


VHE MODEL 


821 N. E St. 4th & Main Sts. 


709-711 Main St. 


Phone 1722 Phone 1298 




RICHMOND 


W. E. JAMESON, Prop. 



Restaurant, 908 Main St. Bakery, 28 S. Fifth St. 

ZWISSLER'S 

BAKERY AND RESTAURANT 
Party and Wedding Cakes. Home of Eatmore and Quaker Bread. 



Your Patronage always appreciated by — 

GEO. H. PILLE 

FINE GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. 
Auto. Phone 1456 308 S. Eighth St. 



E. J. BLOEMKE 



JOHN SCHOLL 



Dealer in MEAT MARKET 

GROCERIES. FLOUR AND FEED We do Our Own Killing 

111 S. Fifth St. Phone 4078 Phone 1511 421 Main St. 



MERCURIO & SONS F. P. BROOKS 

Wholesale and Retail AUCTIONEER 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS ^^^ kinds of new and second-hand 

PURE OLIVE OILS 1°°"^% ^°"E''* ■ ^"^ ^°o' , .^^orage, 

1- wii.a Transfer, Shipping and Packing. 

518 Main St. 8 S. Fifth St. : 16-18 S. Sixth St. 

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Lauiks Al'xii.iaio' to t]!!' Kmc.iits ov St. John. 

Meets on tlu' second \\'e(lnescl;i_v of each month, and receives I loly Communion 
in a !)od\' e\er\ ([iiarter _\ear, on the third SmuhiN of the month. 

JiUzahetli Cieier, i)resident : Anna Weiss, lirst vice-president; Teresa BaUing, 
second \ice-president ; Alartha Geier-'i'orheck recording sccretar.v ; Cora Fahlsing, 
financial secretary; Catherine Schroeder, treasurer; Anna Wevers, messenger; 
Florence Buening, sentinel ; Rosa Zeyen, guard. Trustees, Caroline Schepjnann, 
Rosamond Herold, Elizabeth Fisher, Mary Twehus, Alma Rolie. 
Catholic Benevolent Legion. 

St. Felix Council. No. 534, olTers relial:)le fraternal life insurance at a cost 
within the reach of e\'eryone. 

Conrad Zwissler, president; Bernard Rottinghaus, vice-president; John Zwiss- 

ler, secretary; Hy Imhoff. treasurer; Andrew Westendorff, collector; John Huber, 

orator; I'rank M. iNleyer, chancellor; Clement Lahrniann, marshal; W'm. Auster- 

mann. guard. 'Irustees, Luke P. McTigne, Clement Lahrmann, Bernard Schroeder. 

Women's Catholic Order Foresters. 

St. Agnes Court No. 438 — life insurance for Catholic women at nominal cost. 
Meets in St. Andrew's Lyceum on the first Wednesday of each month. 

Officers; Martha Geier-Torbeck, chief ranger; Caroline Schepman. vice chief 
ranger ; Elizabeth Engelbert, recording secretary ; Elizaljeth Geier, financial secre- 
tary. Elizabeth Gosselin, treasurer. Trustees, Elisal^eth Buening, Mary Springer. 
Sr. Con.. Elizabeth Meyer ; Jr. Con., Mrs. J. Hulier ; inside sentinel, Aemilia Ken- 
nepohl ; outside sentinel, Charlotte Maag. Auditing Conmiittee, Anna Weiss, Clara 
Batter, Rose Gatzek. Committee for Sick, Aemilia Kennepohl, Alargaret Ammer- 
man. Chaplain, Rev. C. Kabey. 

HvMETTus Literary Society. 

For the past eight years this guild has steadily pursued its purpose of pro- 
moting the intellectual development of the young men and y(,ning women of St. 
Andrew's Parish. \Vithin the present year, however, the scope of study has been 
narrowed down to the dramatic art, and its name has been accordingly changed to 
"The Saint Andrew's Dramatic Society." 

Two dramas are to be staged annually, and the meml)ers have already shown 
marked histrionic ability in their two aj^pearances on the stage. The membershi[) 
is limited to twenty-fi\'e. 

Rev. F. A. Roell is the director and Rev. Charles L. Kabey is assistant director. 



SOME PARISH "DON'TS." 

Don't forget j-ou belong to St. Andrew's Parish. 

Don't imagine the Parish belongs to you. 

Don't forget the Fifth Commandment of the Church. Some do. 

Don't forget September, December, March and June. Our pew rent year begins 
July L 

Don't be stingy with God. Half rates and passes are reserved for the poor, 
such as widows, orphans and Pastors. 

Don't ask your neighbors to build your Church and support your Pastors. You 
may some day forget yourself, and ask them to build your house and pay your 
grocer. 

Don't steal your neighbor's porch chairs or his pew. If you arc too poor to 
rent a seat, the Pastor will give you one. and God will excuse you — but don't steal. 

Don.'t donate your spare dimes to the saloon, and then gi\"e your pennies to 
the collection. 



UNION NATIONAL BANK 

CAPITAL, $150,000.00 

SURPLUS AND EARNINGS, 156,840.14 

We do a general Banking Business. We pay 3', Interest on Savings 

Geo. L. Gates, President H. J. Hanes, Cashier 

E. H. Gates, Vice-President H. J. Koehring, Assistant Cashier 

Scott B. Markley John N. Markley Geo. O. Burkhart 

RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY 

ROUGH-DRY WASHING WE WANT YOUR WORK 

Phone 1251 35 S. Sixth St. 



LONG BROS. CASH MEAT MARKET 

Home-Dressed Meats — our own make. Pure Kettle-Rendered Lard 

and Sausages, Poultry, Game and Oysters 
Phone 2299 324 Main St., opp. Court House 



E. R. BERHEIDE 

STAPLE AND FANCY 

GROCERIES 

NOTIONS, FLOUR AND FEED 



GUY E. BULL 

Dealer in 

FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED 
MEATS 

Sausage and Lard Our Specialties 



Phone 1329 



244 S. Fifth St. ! Phone 1040 Cor. Fifth and S. A Sts. 



William. C. Austermann 

FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS 
Phone 1347 313 S. Seventh St. 

PHILIP BIRCK 

Manufacturer of Harness and Col- 
lars, and Dealer in Robes, Horse 
Blankets, Whips, Fly Nets and Horse 
Goods. Repairing promptly done. 

Phone 1958 509 Main Street 



JOHN A. HABING 

Groceries, Notions, Flour and Feed, 

Fruits and Vegetables < 

Phone 2176 331 S. Sixth St. | 



J. E. BENDER 



ICE, ICE CREAM AND OYSTERS 



Phone 1188 



9 S. Fifth St. 



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Ddii't forget the Third Sunday of every niDiilh : our deht is still near the limit. 

Don't fail to take a receipt for pew rent. Ynn might he sure you had ])aid, hut 
the collector's word is as good as yours. 

Don't use receipts to light the lire. The "Appeal to Reason." or any other 
vile sheet, will do — hefore you read them. 

Don't ask people to climb over you into the Pew. The outer seat is good 
enough fur them. 

Don't rush into the Church until the congregation is at prayer. You might 
e.xhaust your stock of piety. 

Don't sneak away from Mass before the Priest leaves the altar. You are in 
good company. 

Don't leave Vespers to the women and children. An occasional Benediction 
would not hurt sojne male adults. 

Don't consider Christian Doctrine useless. You are not too old to learn. 

Don't keep children from baptism until they can ask for it. Such an infant 
once prcjtested with an oath against being "drowned.'' 

Don't crowd too near the Confessional. Your own storj- is sutiticiently inter- 
•esting. 

Don't slip into the Confessional out of your turn. Your sins will "keep" a 
little while longer. 

Don't criticize the preacher of God's word. The pulpit is no Chautauqua plat- 
form. 

Don't fear you will confuse the preacher by listening. He has faced learned 
people before. 

Don't spare the Priest's time. If you need ten minutes of it. take thirty. He 
may feel lonesome. 

Don't fail to call at the Pastor's meal time. It whets his appetite. • 

Don't put off making your Pastor's acquaintance till the doctor gives you up. 

Don't flatter the Priest by calling him before sending for the doctor. It costs 
less, but doctors must live too. 

Don't worry about what the Priest does with all the money be gets. You have 
troul>les enciugh of your own. 

Don't let any opportunity go by without hnding fault with your Priests. It 
diverts attention from your own shortcomings. 

Don't forget to ring up and inquire, "Who is dead?" whenever the bell tolls. 
It might be your mother-in-law. 

Don't fail to find out just where the Priest is, if you call outside of oilice hours 
<md do not hnd him in. He might feel slighted. 

Don't let this be the last time you read this page. Your memory may need 
■a tonic now and then. 



PARISH DIRECTORY. 1913. 

A 

Ahaus, Anna 503 S. Xinth St. 

Ahaus. Josephine 503 S. Ninth St. 

Ahaus, Christina, wid. Frederick 738 S. Seventh St. 

Louis, Philomena, William, Hilda. 
Ahaus. Herman 726 S. Seventh St. 

Caecilia. 

Alinder. .Airs. William, nee Bahlmann 1114 S. C St. 

Altenschulte, Bernard 30 S. Fifth St. 

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Pride of Richmond Flour 

Is the Best for Family Use 



GEO. A. CUTTER 

Successor to Henry Cutter 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

GROCER 

Flour, Feed, Grain, Baled Hay and 
Straw 



FRANK S.SCHEIBLER 

BUTCHER AND 
SAUSAGE MAKER 



Phone 1323 



Fourth and S. D Sts 



605 Main St. 



Richmond, Ind. 



RAYMOND J. GATZEK 

Exclusive Men's Tailor 
532 Main. Street 

MAI>E IX RICHMOINl) 



FOSLER DRUG CO. -rexall stores- 

Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Cigars and 

ADAMS DRUG STORE ^oda Water poSLER'S PHARMACY 

6th and Main Streets 105 Richmond Ave. 



ED. H. TEMME 

RETAIL DEALER IN MEATS 
Phone 1437 Eighth and S. E Sts. 



KAHLE & SCHNEIDER 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERS 

Full Line of 

Prayer Books, Roseries, Etc. 

Phone 2626 217 S. Fifth St. 



TL C*£ L C r- 1 ■« a. C. Bullerdick O. D. Bullerdick 

Ihe hitth btreet Fish Market h. C. BULLERDICK & SON 



W. R. Hopkins, Proprietor 

FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS 

Phone 1535 16 S. Fifth St. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
COAL, CEMENT AND 

BUILDING SUPPLIES 
Office 529 S. Fifth St. 



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Allcnscliulte. Frank. Clara 1 Iciler 611 S. Sixth St. 

(iciK'\ic'\e, .\rtluir. 
Animerniann. Edwin, Margaret I'cnnokamp 125 S. Seventh St. 

Carl. 
Auhin, jo.scph. I{l()ise .Vrchanihaiilt 513 S. Tenth St. 

Artlmr. .Xinie, l{va, I.ilHan. Isahclle. 

An.sterniaiin, Bernard Bo.ston, R. F. D. 9. 

Austerniann. Cura, wid. John 610 S. Ninth St. 

Ralph. Paul. 
Austerniann, Frank W'erlev Road. 

Rhea. 
Austerniann, George, Caroline llolthaus Fountain City, R. F. D. 17. 

Veronica, Lawrence, Wilbur. 
Austerniann, Herman, Anna IniholT Boston, R. F. D. 9. 

Joseph, Mary, Eva. Blanche, Barl)ara, Herman, .Vngela. 
Austerniann. Henry, Frances Holthaus "^H S. Eighth St. 

Helen. 
Austerniann, William, Anna Stiens Boston Pike 

Laura, Irene, Rosella, Martha. 
Austerniann, Williani. Jr., Louise Vogelgesang 916 S. Tenth St. 

Myron, Alice. 
Assfalg, Philip. Mary Feldhaus 407 S. Fourth St. 

Crescence, Alma, Frank, Mary. 
Auf deni Kanipe, Martin 241 S. Si.xth St. 

Bernard, Joseph, Anna. 

Averdick, John, Agnes Arkenburg 212 S. Si.xth St. 

B 

Baetz. Joseph 435 s. Fifth St. 

Bahlmaiiii, Bernard 617 S. Sixth St. 

Bahlm.ann, Frank 617 S. Sixth St. 

Bahlniann, Joseph 9U1 S. Fifth St. 

Luke, Merril. 
Balling. Edward. 'I lieresa Stolle 312 S. Sixth St. 

Anthony. Helen. 
Balling. Herman 433 S. Fourth St. 

Paul, Elmer. 
Banduro. .Andrew, Anna Truncos N. Fifth St. 

Anna. 
Bankowski, Valenty, Catherine Petermann 434 S. Fourth St. 

Mary. Josepha. John, Ignatius, Peter, Gertrude. 

Bantley, Marcellus 239 S. Fourth St. 

Bateman, John y q t^t 

Batter, Frank. Clar;i .\luth },12, S. Fifth St. 

Helen. 
Baunier. John W .. lClizal)etli Weiss Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

Leonard, .\larcella, Bernard. Richard, Irene, Robert, Clarence, Walter. 
Baumer. Louis, P.ertha Busseii Abingtoii Pike, R. F. D. 8. 

Lawrence, Paul. 
Baunier, Sara, wid. John B 129 S. Fourth St. 

Doroth\', Emma. 
Beckmami, Mrs. William, nee Lahinann Sixth and O Sts. 

Raymond, Richard. Ruth. ,, 



Beckschultz, Miss Clara 403 S. E St. 

Beckschultz, Henry B., Mary A. Mayer 308 S. Sixth St. 

Beckschultz, John. Anna Scherer 215 S. Seventh St. 

Behnen, Bernard Sexton St. Andrew's Cemetery. 

Bernard. Marv. Gesina. 

Behnen. Margaret 800 S. W. Eighth St.. W. R. 

Behnen, George 800 S. W. Eighth St., W. R. 

Behnen, Herman 800 S. W. Eighth St., W. R. 

Behnen, John 800 S. W. Eighth St.. \\-. R. 

Behnen. Wilham New Paris Pike. 

John, Helen, Mary, William, Bernard, Clara. 

Behringer. Rudolph, Magdalena Pfuhl 207 S. Elexenth St. 

Howard. Louis J. 

Bennett, Mrs. Otto, nee Miller 440 S. Sixth St. 

John. 

Bennett, Mrs. Walter, nee Westendorff N. Fifth St., W. R. 

Berheide, Edward, Agnes Witte 239 S. Fourth St. 

Carl, Mary, Helen, Frank. 

Bertrand, Johanna, wid. John 247 S. Fourth St. 

George, John. Herman. Clara. Anna, Henry. 

Bertsch, Dagobert 23 S. Second St. 

Blei, Peter, Paulina Stock 321 N. W. First St. 

Ursula, Peter, Paul. 

Bloemke, Edward J., Elizabeth Feld.nian IH S. Fifth St. 

Victor, Sylvester, Gregory. 

Bousman, Miss MuriU 207 N. Second St. 

Boppart, Miss Bertha 27 N. Eighth St. 

Bowing, Mrs. Anna, wid. Bernard 238 S. Fifth St. 

Henry. 

Bowing, Anna 336 S. W. Third St. 

Bowing, Catherine 336 S. W. Third St. 

Bowing, Bernadina 333 S. Fifth St. 

Bowing, Caroline 333 S. Fifth St. 

Bowing, Frank. Sophie Morel 331 S. Fifth St. 

Everett. 
Bowing. Herman, Mary Flashpohler Richmond, R. F. D. 7. 

Mary, Herman, Norma, William, Agnes, Ida. 

Bowing. Luke. Margaret Dixon 428 S. Fifth St. 

Brinker, Mary, wid. Adam 700 S. Seventh St. 

Clara, Rose, Edward, Joseph, Caecilia, Mary. 

Brinker, Matthias. Irene Issen 800 S. Fifth St. 

Broermann, Bernard, Anna Grothaus 325 S. Fifth St. 

Broermann, Henry 500 S. Fifth St. 

Mary. 

Broermann, John H., Elizabeth Engelbert 504 S. Fifth St. 

Catherine. 

Brokamp, Miss Alice 36 S. Third St. 

Brokamp, Charles, Hilda Werner 316 S. Third St. 

Esther. 

Brnkanip. Airs. Fred., nee Sehi 58 Sherman St. 

Charles, Herbert. 

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Brokainp, 1 Icnry IK) S. vSixtli St. 

\\ illiani, Henry. 
Brnkainp, Joseph, Flora Aletz 407 y luoluh vSt 

Paul. 

Brokainp, 1 k-nry. Katlierine 'l^ischhig \2{)(, Butler vSt. 

Brokainp, Walter Bridge Ave. and Schn,,l St. 

Bnunley. Mrs. David, nee Schroeder /OS S ICinlith St 

Ruth. 

Brown, lAJiss Agnes Xe^v Paris Pike. 

Brown, Mrs. George, nee Rottinghaus 506 S. Eleventh St. 

Alice, John Leroy. 
Brown, Mrs. Harve.v, nee Minner 309 S. Twelfth St. 

Barbara. 
Brucker, Christian, .Alary Jelly 119 S. Third St. 

Hhner. Leroy, .Margaret, Catherine. 
Brunc, Mary, wid. Bernard 51g S C St 

John, Elizabeth. 
Brnne, 1 heresa, wid. Joseph 4iy t; jj gj 

Joseph, Frank. 
Bruster, Frederick 1 ^iq jv^t p c^ 

Helen, Robert, Leroy. 
Buche, Dr. Frederick P., Caecilia Meagher 106 S. Seventh St. 

Virginia, Walter, John, Jane. 
Buening, Clarence, Irene Hawekotte 619 g. q g^. 

Elizabeth, Robert. 
Buening, Elizabeth, wid. Henry 208 S. Eighth St. 

Leona, Florence. 
Buening, Herbert, Gertrude Meyers 202 S. Tenth St. 

John, Eugene, Jerome. 

Burckhard. Miss Irene 515 g geventh St. 

Burke, Thomas N.. Caroline Bamberger 812 S Seventh St 

Mary. 
Bull, .Mrs. Guy, nee Brokamp 37 S. Fourth St. 

Elizabeth. 

Bussen. Miss Alice 218 Richmond Ave. 

Bussen, Mrs. Anna Strieker, wid. Bernard 220 S. Twelfth St. 

Bussen, .^.nna, nee Kuhlen1)eck 816 X. H St. 

Eleanore. 

Bussen, Bernard 1207 S I St 

Bussen, Catherine, wid. John 449 S. Seventh St. 

Bussen, Frank 830 S. W. Eighth St. 

Bussen, Henry B., Caroline Kluesner 443 S. Fifth St. 

Bussen, Herman, Rose Oberle 604 S. Sixth St. 

Urban, Rosella, Ethel, Mary, Hilda, Jerome, Frank, Bernard, .A^lphonsus. 
Bussen, John C, Rose Weiss 133 S. Sixth St. 

Mildred, Richard. 
Bussen, John, Mary Welp Fountain City. 

Raymond, Eugene, Loretta, Rose. 
Bussen, Raymond, Stella Johnson 513 S. Eleventh St. 

Alary. 
Bussen, William 1008 S. I St. 

.■\lma, Norman, Josephine. -, 



c . 

Castor. M rs. Marcia 107 S. Second St. 

Clawson. A) rs. Joseph, nee Hull Boston 

Joseph Voorhees. 
Cloud, -M rs. Ora. nee Di.xon Pearl St., W. R. 

.Margaret. 
Clements, Airs, h'rank, nee Ernst 114 S. Second St. 

Lncile. 

Cohorst, Henry J., Helen B. Irvine 517 S. Seventh St. 

Cohorst, John 1 1., Catherine Kaninenberg 857 S. Fifth St. 

.Anna, Herman, Frances, Emma. 

Cole, Charles L., Irene Koehne 223 S. Thirteenth St. 

Collet, Aliss Rosella East Haven Ave. and Commons St. 

Connor. Airs. Daniel, nee Snnlhmeyer 137 S. Seventh St. 

Cook, Edward L ^1" S. Ninth St. 

Earl, Paul. 
Cook. Juhvard, Alary Schneider 604 S. Seventh St. 

.Aloysius, Alary. 
Cook, W illiam. Henrietta Clark 626 S. Ninth St. 

Loretta, Mary, Lawrence. Alma .Agnes. 

Coquette. Philip, Anna Schroeder 804 S. Eleventh St. 

Corrigan, John, Bernadina Brokamp 214 S. Eighth St. 

D 
Darnell. Airs. John, nee Thomas 218 S. Tenth St. 

Joseph. 
Daudt, John, Anna Sechi 16 N. Ninth St. 

Clarence, .-\gnes, John W'oodrow. 

Davis, Airs. Lawrence, nee W'olke 217 \\". Alain St. 

De])us. Elizaljeth. wid. Louis 802 S. Thirteenth St. 

Louisa. 
Deissler, Henry E 76 Liberty Ave. 

Florence, Ralph. 
Demaree, Airs, Frank, nee Reers Easthaven Ave. 

William .A., Robert, John, George, Catherine. 
Dickniann. John, Elizabeth Fihe 115 S. Ninth St. 

Flora. 

Di Gianni, Salvatore, Philomena Sena N. Si.xteenth St. 

Dillon, Airs. James P., nee Zwissler 105 S. Eleventh St. 

Alary. 
Dintaman, Airs. Edward, nee Duerck 420 S. Twelfth St. 

Edward, Louis, Paul. 
Di.xon, Alichael. Alatilda Brinker 725 S. Eighth St. 

Ralph, Robert. 
Doro, Julius, .\.nna Schmitz 

Monica. 
Duerck, Catherine, nee Bescher 23?, S. Fourteenth St. 

E 

Edwards, Aliss Grace 518 S. Twelfth St. 

Edwards, Miss Ruth 518 S. Twelfth St. 

h'lstro, Adam. Clara Scheililer 602 S. Si.xth St. 

Ethel, Rosella. Caecilia. 

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Elstro, George. Caroline Meyers f>14 S. Sixth St. 

Elmer, Raymond. 

Elstro. Joseph Boston Pike 

Alma. Mary. Robert. 

Elstro. Louise, wid. Frank !--<> ^ J ^t. 

Elstro. Edward l--^^ S- J ^t. 

Elstro, Frederick 1--*' ^- J ^t- 

Engelbert, Aloysius. Anna Connor ^H ^- L) St. 

William, Carl. 

Engelliert. J. B.. Elizabeth Tejnmelmann S. Seventh and H Sts. 

Howard. 

Engelbert. Henry 504 S. Filth St. 

Entolocy. Frank 818 N. Sixteenth St. 

Frank. 

Epping. Charles. Sophie Gross 6^5 S. Seventh St. 

Earl. Lucile. Walter. 

Epping. Henrv. Sr 446 S. Fifth St. 

Ernst. John. .Mary Theobald Beallview. 

Charles, Elizabeth. 

Essenmaeher, Charles. Louise M inner ^47 S. E St. 

Frank. 

Essenmacher, Henry, Anna Kutter 428 S. Ninth St. 

Lillian. 

F 

Faske. Johanna, wid. Bernard ^^41 S. E St. 

Mary, Henrietta. 

Faske. Miss Irene ''41 S. E St. 

Faucett. Clarence. Eleanore Averdick -1- S. Sixth St. 

Margaret. Gertrude. 

Fee, Miss Bertha ^^1 Liberty Ave. 

Feldhaus. Albert, Frances W'itte 633 S. Eighth St. 

Gerard. 

Feldhaus. Miss Clara 415 S. Fifth St. 

Feldhaus. Frank 415 S. Fifth St. 

Feldhaus. William. Antoinette Meyer 605 S. Twelfth St. 

Paul. Dorothy. 

Feldhaus. Bernard, Julia Ritzie 415 S. Eighth St. 

Matilda. 

Feldman. Henry 415 S. Eighth St. 

Fessler. Andrew, Eleanore Steins 439 S. Eleventh vSt. 

Fihe. Caroline, wid. John 1413 S. I St. 

Bertha, Henrv, Pauline. 

Fisher. Elizabeth, wid. Edward 503 S. Ninth St. 

Fisher. Joseph. Lillian Schwegmann S- Fourth St. 

Joseph, Edward. 

Fisher. Mrs. William, nee Bloemke ^56 S. W. Second St. 

Flatley, W illiam. Bertha Toschlag Richmond, R. F. D. 7. 

Foley. Frederick. Gesina Kennepohl 128 S. Sixth St. 

Frederick, Donal. 

Fosler. Mrs. Harvey, nee Puthot^- Middleboro Pike. 

Frank, Elizabeth, wid George -^'7 ^- ^'^^^^ St. 

Loretta, Eva. (^5 



FussiHT. Joseph. (Catherine Ajiiberger 1123 S. Eighth St. 

Carl, .Ahiia, Emma, Ernest. Lillian. 

G 
Garofalo, Diego. Josephine De Leo 138 N Fifteenth St. 

Francis. 

Garret. Mrs. Henry, nee Issen 113 S. Tliird St. 

Gast. Edward, lAiary Quail 521 Main St. 

Gausepohl, Caroline, wid. Henry 439 S. Fifth St. 

Gausepohl. Edward, Anna Toschlag Fountain City. 

Bernard, John Henry. Edward, ]\Iary. 
Gausepohl. Frank, Catherine Stock Zl S. Seventh St. 

Lawrence, Hilda, Urban, Rudolf, Blanche. 
Gatzek, Raymond, Jessie Stafford 126 S. Fourth St. 

Mildred. 
Gatzek, Rose, wid. Joseph 317 S. Fifth St. 

Frank, Ruth, Richard. 
Geers, Anthony, .Antoinette Messman 28 S. Second St. 

Russell, Paul, IMary. 
Geers. Frank, Elizabeth Taube 

Helen, Robert. 

Geers, Mrs. Philomena. wid. Henry 446 S. Fifth St. 

Gegan. Elizabeth, wid. John 631 S. Fifth St. 

Dorothy. 

Geier, Catherine, wid. Joseph 500 S. Eleventh St. 

Geier, Ewward, Hazel Pitman 503 S, Eleventh St. 

Virginia, Ralph Edward. 
Geier, Howard, Catherine Schumaker 523 S. Xinth St. 

Jane Mary. 
Geier, Joseph, Flora Mesker 205 S. Fourteenth St. 

Joseph Edward. 
Geier, Paul 501 S. Xinth St. 

Pauline, Olivia, Leo. 
Geier, Peter. Elizalieth Austermann 616 S. Xinth St. 

Martha Geier-Torbeck. 

Geier. Raymond 135 S. Sixth St. 

Geier, Walter 135 S. Si.xth St. 

Geier, Clarence 135 S. Sixth St. 

Geier, Carl I35 g. Sixth St. 

Geier. William, Clara Moller 734 S. Seventh St. 

Rhea. 

Gaiser. Andrew. Elizabeth Juerling Centerville. R. F. D. 11 

Gaiser. Bernard Spruce St., Centerville.. 

Glaser. John. Caroline Fisher 1 124 S. Eighth St. 

Edward, Joseph, Carl, Jerome, Helen. 
Gosselin. ]\Irs. Elizabeth 521 5. C St. 

.■\ll)ert, Philomena. 
C.oehner. Mrs. Elizabeth, nee Holthaus 1407 S. T St. 

Mary. Lucy. 

Grapperhaus. Joseph 413 g j^ g^ 

( H-apperhaus, Catherine 413 g D St 

Grapperhaus, Josephine, wid. Henry 605 S. Eleventh St.' 

Lillian. 

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Greene, Oscar, Theresa Kahle 419 S. l-'iftli St. 

RayniDiid. Virginia, Herliert, Alary. Mildred. 

Greiwe, Bernard 442 S. Ninth St. 

Greiwc, Herman 442 S. Ninth St. 

Griffith. Airs. Albert, nee Vogelsong 321 S. Ninth St. 

Catherine. 
Grothaus, Ferdinand, Josephine Ramler 138 S. Fifth St. 

Alary, Agnes, Loretta, Joseph. 
Gnstin, Airs. Foster, nee AlcCormick Abington Pike and S. of Limits. 

Russell. Alabel. pj 

Habing, John A., Caroline Weiss 331 S. Sixth St. 

Alargaret, Alary, Bertha, Alartha, Bernard. 
Hadley, Airs. Horace, nee Duerck 233 S. Fourteenth St. 

Regina, Catherine J. 
Hafner, Augustus F., Ruby Jane Kelly 

Robert William. 
Hafner, John, Sr,. A'eronica Seers 101 N. Thirteenth St. 

John, Anthony. 

Haner, Anna, wid. David 240 S. Seventh St. 

Haner, Airs. Henry E., nee Bahlmann 235 S. Thirteenth St. 

Hart, Aliss Gertrude Easthaven Ave. 

Hart. Aliss Florence Easthaven Ave. 

Hartkorn, Airs. Rosalia 46 S. Eleventh St. 

Hartman, Kilian, Elizabeth Harney National Road. 

Leona, Leo, Kilian, Paul. 

Hartman. George Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

Harvey, Roy Beech Grove, Abington Pike 

Hasecoster. Airs. Charles H., nee Korves 416 S. Sixth St. 

Alary, 
Heath, Jesse, Leona Lahman 1415 S. C St. 

Lorena. 

Heeger, Joseph B 838 S. Ninth St. 

Heidelmann, Aliss Ida 528 S. Fifth St. 

Heidelmann, John AL. Rose AI. Zeyen 419 S. Tenth St. 

John, Alary, Eugene, Gertrude, Anna. 

Heiter, Bernadina, wid. Joseph 611 S. Sixth St. 

Heitkamp. Aliss Alary 304 S. Tenth St. 

Hermesch. Airs. Bertha 837 S. Eleventh St. 

Gertrude. 
Herold, Eugene, Bertha Alelle 215 S. Second St. 

Alarcella, Clarence, Ruth. 

Herold, Aliss Rosamond 215 S. Second St. 

Herzog, Rudolf, Barbara Schneider 937 S. Tenth St. 

Rudolf, William, Harold. 
Heuing. Frederick. Alary Schroeder 608 S. Seventh St. 

Alary. 

Hickcy, Aliss Alarcella 513 S. Sixth St. 

Hiller, Joseph. Barbara Alaurer 1117 S. I St. 

Hiller, Henry, Susan Herman 1117 S. I St. 

Hillmann, Frank, Catherine Often 8 Abington Pike 

Alarv, Jd^cph, Leo, Frances, Herman. Richard, Clara, Anthonv, Catherine. 

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llilteniian. Reniard, Ida Baumer 631 S. Sixth St. 

Joseph. 
Hipperl, AJ rs. Marion, nee Wessel 230 S. Fifth St. 

Joseph, Victor. 
Hoch, Joseph F., Dessie M. Irvine 255 S. W. Third St. 

Joseph. Emma. William, Agnes. 
Hockett. Oliver C. Catherine Miller 511 S. Fifth St. 

Bertha C. 

Hot^'. Caroline, wid. John 435 S. Fifth St. 

Hoflieinz. Mrs. Charles, nee Duerck 414 S. Fourteenth St. 

Eunice, Frederick. 
Hnilahan. Daniel ].. ]">ances Covill N. A and Fifteenth Sts. 

Cletus. 
Hollarn, Edward. Bertha Herold Glen Miller 'Park. 

Estella. Edward. 

Holman. Frank, Mary Arkenherg Richmond, R. F. D. 4. 

Holthaus. Joseph. Frances Weiss 124 S. Sixth St. 

Siegfried. Howard. Joseph. 
Holthaus. Mary, wid. Bernard Fountain City, R. F. D. 27. 

Bernard. 
Hoos, Mrs. Elizabeth, nee Sauer 317 S. Fourth St. 

Mary, Caroline. 
Horning, Mrs. Chas., nee Bertrand 309 S. B St. 

Anthony. 

Hornyak. Joiui. Elizabeth Muha 224 N. Sixth St. 

Hornyak, Stephen, Elizabeth Gitei 521 S. Sixth St. 

Stephen. Elizabeth. 
Huber. John A.. Margaret Korthaus 439 S. Ninth St. 

Christina. Caroline. Elizabeth. Julia, Mary, George. 
Huber. William 227 N. Third St. 

Serma. Clara. Agnes. Nedra. 

Huber, Mrs. Maria Boston. 

Hudon, Ella, wid. Charles 305 S. Fifth St. 

\\ arren, Charles. 
Hunt, Mrs. Walter, nee Reis 514 S. Fifteenth St. 

Robert, Edward. 
Hursting, Cora 402 N. Eighth St. 

Henrietta. 

Hursting, Miss Josephine 31 Liberty Ave. 

Hursting, Henry, Lillian Batter 452 S. Thirteenth St. 

Richard. 

Hursting. Miss Theresa 31 Liberty Ave. 

Huth. Michael. Mary Thesing 1035 Bover St. 

Carl 

I 

Imhuff. liernadina 747 g. Sixth St. 

Imhott. Elizabeth 747 g. Sixth St. 

Imhott, Louisa 747 g. Sixth St. 

Imhoff. Henry. Mary Schroeder 549 s. H. St. 

Caecilia. Irene. Leona. 

Imhoff, Joseph, Ella Schwegmann 301 S. Fourth St. 

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Isst-n. Edward. Rose Bowing 115 Randolph St. 

Mary. Rayjnond. Marcella. Loretta, .Andrew. Hilda. 

Is.sen. Henry. .Anna Schroeder 819 S. E St. 

Issen, Joseph 201 S. B. St. 

Issen. Louise, wid. Joseph 113 S. Third St. 

J 

Jarvi>. Mrs. Frederick, nee Twehus 526 S. Seventh St. 

Robert. Mildred. 

Jasper, Joseph S. Q St. 

Jelly, Kasper, Sophie Morel 125 S. Second St. 

Edward. Mary. Irene, George. Margaret. Henrietta, Caecilia. Genevieve, 
Louis. 
Johnson, Edward, Mary Brokainp 425 S. Ninth St. 

Edna, Carl. Irene. 

Jordan. Mrs. John, nee Eilermann 515 S. Fifth St. 

Juerling, Vincent, Philomena Engelbert 634 S. Xinth St. 

Robert, Paul, Lawrence, Eugene, Vincent, Mary. 

K 

Kahlc. Frank. Anna Simmerman 217 S. Fifth St. 

Kahle. :\lary, wid. Joseph 410 S. Sixth St. 

W illiam, Joseph. 

Karczewicz. Mrs. Ludovica Westcott Hotel. 

Kardas, Miss ^Margaret 316 S. \\ . Second St. 

Kardas, Charles 316 S. \\ . Second St. 

Katte. William. Elizabeth Bussen 601 S. Sixth St. 

Julius. Henry, Edna. William, Clarence. 

Keller, John A.. Eva Bloz 308 Linden Ave. 

Kellner. Jacob, Mary Oleseszka 1212 S. J St. 

John, Leo. 
Kelly, James. Agnes Daudt 29 S. Sixth St. 

Tames Earl, ]\Iarcella, Pauline. 

Kempel. Miss .Alma E. Main St. 

Kennepohl. B. .August. Amelia Berheide 128 S. Sixth St. 

Kennepohl, Miss Elizabeth 128 S. Sixth St. 

Kettmann, Miss Elizabeth 242 S. Fifth St. 

Kienzel, Carl. Catherine Minner S. B St. 

Edna. Carl, Henry R. 

Kippenberger, Miss Louise ~il S. Twelfth St. 

Kippenberger. Miss Frances IZl S. Twelfth St. 

Kirchenbauer. William C, Mary Benz 'H'i ^lain St. 

Car\. 
Klemann. Bernard, .Anna B. Geers 55 Liberty .Ave. 

Charles, Frank, Mary. Catherine, Bernard, Anthony. 
Klemann, Harry, Mary Smith 224 S. Fifth St. 

Joseph, Edward F. 
Klernann. Raymond, Catherine Stolle 628 S. Fifth St. 

Ralph. Vivian. 
Kluesener, Airs. Alary, wid. Joseph 315 S. Eighth St. 

Robert, Joseph", John. 

Knabe, Miss Elizabeth 103 S. Fourth St. 

Knauber. Henry 526 S. Eighth St. 

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Knaul)er. Anna 526 S. Eighth St. 

Knauher, W illiam 526 S. Eighth St. 

Knauher. Mary 526 S. Eighth St. 

Knaul)er, Agnes 526 S. Eighth St. 

Knierim. William, Margaret Brokamp 1203 Boyer St. 

Knopf, Airs. Louis, nee Brokamp 401 S. Fifth St. 

Mabel. 
Koch, Richard. Catherine Loser 333 S. Sixth St. 

Oscar, Viola. 
Kohlcm. .\emilia, wid. Frederick 614 S. H St. 

Hilda. 
Kolde. Frank 620 S. Sixth St. 

Elizabeth. 
Kolde. Joseph, Matilda Riddelberger 543 S. Sixth St. 

Josephine. Charles. Frank. 
Kolentus, Alichael. Mary Oras N. F St. 

John M. 

Konsozki, Frank, Catherine Hornjak N. H St. 

Koorsen. Henry. Emma Schnowing 223 S. Fifth St. 

Herman, Mary, Marcella, Lucile. 
Kortlians. Albert, Clara Grapperhaus 605 S. Eleventh St. 

Clarence, Pauline. 

Korthaus. Alary, wid. William 34 S. Sixth St. 

Korves. Henry. Alice Warren 103 S. Fourth St. 

Dorothy. 
Korves. William, Lizette Broermann 418 S. Fifth St. 

Elizabeth, William. Robert. Loretta. 
Kowiajh. George, Mary Russniak N. G St. 

George. 

Kromer. Emil 412 S. Sixth St. 

Kuhlenlieck, Henry A 1206 Butler St. 

Joseph H., Paul. 
Kuhlcnbeck, Henry, Alary Rohe 15 S. Third St., W. R. 

Leo, Louis, Albert. 

Kuhlenlieck, George 28 S. Second St., W. R. 

Kuhlenbeck. Joseph. Bernadina Pelleuwessel Richmond, R. F. D. 5. 

Kuhlenlieck. Joseph 28 S. Second St.. W. R. 

Alary. 

Kulildw. Mrs. George, nee Lahmann 444 S. Fifth St. 

Kuhlow. Alary, wid. William Id Liberty Ave. 

Antoinette. Earl. 
Kunk. Anthony, Angela Uhlenbrock 704 S. Sixth St. 

Catherine. 
Kutter. Edward, Alary Jasper Richmond, R. F. D. 7. 

Alary. Frances, Caroline. 

Kutter, Aliss Helen 17 N. Sixteenth St. 

Kutter, Joseph. Anna Kahle 201 S. Third St. 

Joseph. Andrew. Carl. Leo. Alargaret. Clara. Agnes, Herman. Pauline, 
Gertrude. 
Kutter. Louis, Esther Smith Linden Ave and Seventh St. 

Margaret, Melba, Donal. 

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KutUT. Mrs. Theresa, wid. Jacob 428 S. Ninth St. 

Jacob. ^ 

Lahniann, Bernard 601 S. Sixth St. 

Lahmann. Henry. Agnes Witte Richmond. K. F. I). 5. 

Katherine. Gertrude. 
Lahniann, Joseph, Bernadina Witte Richmond. R. F. D. 7. 

Henry, Lawrence, Leo. 
Lahrniann, Clement, Agnes Lahmann 617 S. J St. 

Henry, Bernard, Mary, Anna, Clara, Clement, Lawrence. 
Lake, Airs. Elizabeth ^35 S. Fourth St. 

Gerald, Dorothy, Edna. 
Landwer, Mrs. Mar.v, wid. William 48 S. Eleventh St. 

Jeannette. 

Lawler, Mary A., wid. John 1120 N. I St. 

Lee. :Mrs. John H., nee Collet Easthaven Ave. and Commons St. 

Lee, Miss Henrietta 102 N. Seventh St., W. R. 

Lee, Alfred 102 N. Seventh St.. W. R. 

Lewud. Miss Louisa 201 S. Fifth St. 

Lichtenfels, Miss Eva 38 S. Eleventh St. 

Lichtenf els, Miss Flora 38 S. Eleventh St. 

Lichtenfels, Miss Alildred 38 S. Eleventh St. 

Luken, Augustus G.. Cora Dickman 114 S. Fourteenth St. 

]\larcella. 
Luken, Lawrence, Alargaret Dittoe 1415 S. B St. 

Helen AI. 
Lux, John, Mary Wevers S. Third St., W. R. 

Andrew. John, Catherine. 

M 
JMaag. Bernard, Charlotte Berheide 227 S. Sixth St. 

Bernard. Bertha, Henrietta, Loretta, Joseph, Andrew. 
Maag. Frederick. Catherine Huels 1 19 S. Seventh St. 

Fhilomena. 
Maag. Jdhn F., Mary Boll 334 S. Eighth St. 

Llda, Genevieve. 
McAdanis, Mrs. ^^■illialll. nee Vosnieier 81 Liberty Ave. 

Catherine. 
McCami, Mrs. Alice, nee Schrader 319 X. Thirteenth St. 

Edna, William. Lillian, Eugene. 

Alacke, Aliss Clara 543 S. E St. 

Macke, Thomas 543 S. E St. 

Macke, Frank J., Otilia Haniman 238 S. Fourteenth St. 

Maibach, Joseph, Elizabeth Seery 112 X. Sixth St. 

Cecil. Mary Magdalena. 
Manier, Felix, Mrs. Felix S. Eleventh St. 

Raymond. 

Markley. Mrs. Isaac, nee Puthoff Richmond. R. F. D. 4. 

Massniann, John, Eupheniia Witte Greenwood Ave., R. F. D. 1. 

P>ernard. 

Massmann. Louise, wid. Bernard 617 S. C St. 

Massniann, Alary, wid. Bernard. Jr 613 S. C St. 

Alonica. 

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Maiirer. George. Herniina Feldhaus . .204 Williams St. 

Mary, George, Margaret, Hilda. Alarcella, Herman, Josephine. 
Maurer, Henry. Elizabeth Metz 211 Charles St. 

Henry. Ferdinand. Joseph. Loretta, Elizabeth. Francis. 
Mayer. Thomas, Julia Doyle 22 S. Fifth St. 

Caroline, Mar\'. Ethel. Dorothy. Florence, Paul. 
Mayerhoefer. Michael. Agnes Overmann 446 S. Si.xth St. 

Caecilia. Carl. 
Meiners. Bernadina, wid. Henry 410 N. Eighth St. 

Carl. Mary. Henry. 
Melle. Albert, Caroline Piening-Weist 201 S. Ninth St. 

Charles Henry. 

Melle. Frank 14 Liberty Ave. 

Melle, John H., Mary Imhoff 505 S. Fifth St. 

Leo, Bernadina. 
Melle, Joseph 507 S. Fifth St. 

John L. 

Melle, Julius 400 S. Fifth St. 

Menke. John H 718 S. Si.xth St. 

Mary. Henrietta. Elizabeth, Bernadina. Lawrence. 
Mesker, George, Magdalena Metzger 7Z2> S. Fifth St. 

Loretta, Caecilia, Clarence, Helena. Eleanore, Rosella. 
Mesker. Joseph. Aemilia Melle 627 S. Seventh St. 

Joseph, Magdalena, Julius, Lawrence. 

Messman. Miss Mary S. Q and Fifth Sts. 

Messmer, Joseph Liberty Pike. 

Teresa, Raymond. 
Meyer, Frank M., Elizal)eth Zwissler 600 S. Seventh St. 

Anna. Martha. Clara, Hildegarde. 

Meyer, Mary E., wid. Frank J 242 S. Fifth St. 

jMeyers. Zacheus, Caroline Bussen Middleboro Pike. 

jNLary, Clarence. Mildred. 

Metz, Adam 211 Charles St.. W. R. 

Metz. Henry. Clara Korves 416 S. Fifth St. 

Arthur. Carl. 
Metz, Joseph, Mary Brokamp 325 N. Fifth St. 

Mary. 
Metzger, Albert 610 S. C St. 

Edith. 
Metzger, William, Maria Borntraeger 608 S. Sixth St. 

Stephen, Frank. Edward, Carl. 
Miller, Anthony, .\gnes Bussen 830 S. A. W'. R. 

Henry. ALary. Ralph. Richard. 

Miller. Frank 102 N. W^ Seventh St. 

Miller. John 102 N. W^ Seventh St. 

Miller, ^liss Mary 102 N. W^. Seventh St. 

Miller. Miss Rose 102 N. W^ Seventh St. 

Miller. Theodore B.. Margaret Grenet 240 S. Third. W'. R. 

Richard. 

Miller. Harry Scott 24 S. Eleventh St. 

Alinner. ^Margaret, wid. Frank 701 S. Sixth St. 

Anna. 

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Minner. Miss Mary 602 S. E St. 

Minner. Miss Matilda 602 S. E St. 

Mitchel Robert, Josephine Toschlag 428 S. Fifteenth St. 

Catherine. 
Moeller. Matthias, Anna Beckschultz 515 S. E St. 

Helen. 

Moller Mrs. Clara, wid. William .• 736 S. Seventh St. 

Moller. Walter 724 S. Seventh St. 

Edith, Kenneth. 
Monarch. H. Lamar. Catherine McKenzie.- X. E and Twenty-fourth Sts. 

McKenzie, Louise, Benita. 
Morgenroth, Bernard. Mary Reich 409 S. Fifth St. 

Florence. Clara. Elzearia. Sara, Frank. 
Morgenroth. Frederick, Philomena Schmitt 637 S. Sixth St. 

Ralph. 
Morgenroth. Henry, Elizabeth Schroeder 720 S. Seventh St. 

Joseph. 
Moskal. Joseph. Julia Karczewicz 327 S. Fourth St. 

Helen, Salome. 
Moskal. Nicholas, Magdalena 323 S. Fourth St. 

Salome, Mary, Roy. 
Moss. Bernard, Maria Reckers 704 S. Seventh St. 

Anna, Joseph. 

Moss. Mrs. James, nee Bussen 443 S. Fifth St. 

]\Iueggenberg, Agnes, wid. John 400 S. -Tenth St. 

Elizabeth, Catherine, ]\Iary. 
Mueggenberg, Mary, wid. Henry 516 S. B St. 

Florence. Irene, Carl. 
Muha. Wendel, Anna Honyak. X. Nineteenth St. 

Joseph. 
Mull, Mary, wid. George 1323 S. J St. 

Roy. Howard. Robert. 
Muey, Mrs. Charles, nee Mesker 228 S. Ninth St. 

Florence. 
Myers. Mrs. Bertrand. nee Kolde 620 S. Sixth St. 

Ruby, John F. 
Mussone, "Pasquale, Elizabeth Codilla 224 N. Sixth St. 

Johanna C. 

N 
Naber. :\lary, wid. John 724 S. Sixth St. 

Henry, Mary, John. 
Newcomer. Mrs. Frank, nee Epping 329 N. Eighth St. 

Beatrice. Carl. 
Niehaus. Catherine, wid. Bernard 241 S. Sixth St. 

Elizabeth. 
Niemeyer, Elizabeth, wid. Joseph 621 S. Sixth St. 

Elizabeth. 
Noelker, Frederick J., Mary L. West 629 S. Fifth St. 

Francis, Bernard. Earl. Edwin. 
Norungolo, John. Maria Di Maura N. Thirteenth St. 

Libera. 

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Nuechter, Frank 519 S. E St. 

Henrv, Anna. William, Wilhelmina. 

O 

Gates, James. Antoinette Broermann 424 S. Fourth St. 

Gates. Patrick, Matilda Metz 438 S. Twelfth St. 

Oberle, Miss Sara Mary 240 S. Sixth St. 

Gler, Christina, wid. Arthur 917 N. Tenth St. 

Edward G., Gladys. 
Ortmann, Frank, Johanna Niemeyer 625 S. Sixth St. 

Anna. 
Gtten, Maria Catherine, wid. Bernard Centerville, R. F. D. 11. 

Herman. 
Gtten. Henry, Catherine Golden 101 S. Twelfth St. 

John. Aloysius. 
Gevermann, Agnes, wid. Anthony 631 S. Fifth St. 

Anna. p 
Pardieck, Aloysius, Mary Jaenning 320 S. Eighth St. 

Constance, Joseph. Victor. 

Pardieck. Bernadina. nee W'inner-Taube 221 S. Sixth St. 

Pardieck. Frank Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

Pardieck. Frederick, Bernadina Cohorst 115 S. Fifth St. 

Pardieck, Henry. Margaret Lewud Richmond. R. F. D. 8. 

Henry. 
Pardieck, Henry H., Josephine Morel 310 S. Seventh St. 

JMyron. Robert. 
Pardieck. Herman F.. Catherine Smithmeyer 133 S. Seventh St. 

Gertrude, Mary. 

Pardieck, Herman Abington Pike. 

Pardieck. Joseph. Catherine Klemann Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

Aloysius, Florence, Anna, Frances, Frank, Henry. Joseph. 
Peters. Stephen, Mary Sauer 125 S. Sixth St. 

Marie. 
Pfeiffer, Aloysius. Josephine Kuhlenbeck 208 National Ave. 

Josephine Lawrence, Rosella, Mary. Carl. Helen. 
Pfeiffer, Magdalena. wid. Maximillian 202 National Ave. 

Mary. Aiuia. 
Phenis. Frank. Johanna Piening 619 S. Ninth St. 

Alfred, Henry. Joseph, Almedia, Herman. Josephine E. 

Piening. Miss Mary 201 S. Ninth St. 

Piening. Miss Eleanora 201 S. Ninth St. 

Pierson. ?^lrs. Wilbur, nee Rosek N. Fourteenth St. 

Elizal)cth. 
Pitman, Mrs. Joseph, nee Tepe Southern Ave. 

Clara, Harriet. Thelma. 

Piatt. ^Irs. Carl, nee Jelly Ninth and N. A. 

Pohlmeyer. Henry J.. Elizabeth Hayes 106 S. Fourteenth St. 

Marcellus. 

Popp, Michael N_ Sixteenth St. 

Prus, Anthony. Louisa P. Gberle 405 S. Sixth St. 

Prus, Frederick 1314 s. J St. 

Henry, Clara. 

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PuthniY, Alhcrt Richmond, R. F. D. 3. 

Emmet Louis. 
ruthotY, Frank, Sr Richmond. R. F. D. 5. 

IMarlha. 
Puthoff, Frank II., Anna Rager 325 S. Sixth St. 

Lorene, Mary, Lncile, Catherine. 
Puthoff. Henry. Teresa Weiss Richmond, R. F. D. 5. 

Charles. 
Puthoff, William. Margaret Rohe Richmond, R. F. D. 3. 

Omer. 
Puthoff, Harry, Edith Marshall 625 N. Tenth St. 

Raymond, Joseph, Agnes. 

R 
Rafski, August. Anna Kalinowska 323 S. Fourth St. 

Carl, Andrew. 

Rafski, Frank, Rosella Fedkow S. Fourth St. 

Rager, Frank, Catherine Kippenberger 325 S. Sixth St. 

Rak, Michael. Anna Olichewska S. Tenth St. 

Mary, Josephine. 
Rak, Rudolf, Caroline Steiminger 611 S. Tenth St. 

Helen. Stanislaus. 

Rakers, Louisa, wid. John 408 S. Fifth St. 

Ra.Tiiler, Edward, Caroline Pardieck 224 S. Sixth St. 

Otto, Josepha. 
Raukopf, Mrs. Walter, nee Deissler 737 S. Fifth St. 

Russell. 
Reeg, Henry, Julia Menke 539 S. Sixth St. 

Mary Elizabeth. 
Recrs, :\Irs. Bernadina, nee Lahmann 20 N. Eighteenth St. 

Anna, Maria. 

Reichel. John 509 S. Sixth St. 

Reis, Frank, Helen Hermann 227 S. Eleventh St. 

Russell. 
Reis, Joseph, Mary Bussen 1028 N. G St. 

]\Iary, Carl. Agnes, Joseph, Edward, Bertha. 
Renck. :\Irs. Clyde, nee Wilkemeyer 325 S. Eighth St. 

Dorothy, Lorene. 

Reynolds, Huston 627 S. Seventh St. 

Rielage. Frank The Grand Hotel. 

Ripberger, Teresa, wid. Louis 331 S. Ninth St. 

Louis. Margaret. 

Rittcr. :\Iary. nee Rottinghaus 908 S. Tenth St. 

Rohe. :Mrs. Anna Mary. wid. Frank 231 S. Third St. 

Josephine, Elizabeth. 
Rohe. Casper. Mary C. W^olke Richmond. R. F. D. 8. 

Edward, Lawrence, Clarence, Elmer, Luke, Paul. 
Rohe, Catherine, wid. Michael Richmond. Box 69, R. F. D. 8. 

Eleanora. Florence, Laura, Robert, Matilda. Adeline, Richard. 
Rohe. Frank Henry, Alma Schiller 222 S. Third St. 

Alargaret, Lucile. 
Rohe. Harry. Clara Ruby 517 S. Seventh St. 



Catherine. 



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Rohe. John Henry. Anna E. Heck 643 S. E St. 

Louis. 

Rohe, Miss Lena 48 S. Eleventh St. 

Rohe, Walter, Anna Steplian Centerville. R. F. D. U. 

Russell M. 
Rothcrt, Mrs. Frederick, nee Deissler 618 S. H St. 

Muriel, Carl. Kenneth, Ruby. 
Rottinghaus, Bernard, Margaret Welch 1317 S. J St. 

Frank, Clara, Charles, Edward. 

Rottinghaus, Catherine, wid. Frank 637 S. E St. 

Rottinghaus, Elmer 602 S. E St. 

Rottinghaus, John, Lydia Whelan 1108- S. J St. 

Ruth. 
Rottinghaus. Lawrence. Octavia Druly 1008 S. Eleventh St. 

Russell, Mary. 
Routh, Mrs. Estle C, nee Collet 201 Randolph St. 

Francis, Wayne George. 
Runge, Mrs. Henry, nee Buening 639 S. J St. 

Norma, Clarence. 
Rushe, Frank 218 S. Fifth St. 

Frank David. 
Rushe, Louisa, wid. Henry 218 S. Fifth St. 

Harry. 
Ryan, Airs. William, nee Miller. Chester. 

Mary E., Jonathan. 

S 
Salzarulo, Louis, Alichaelina Scoteci 718 N. Fifteenth St. 

Columbus, Raymond. 
Sanders, Mrs. Frank, nee Toschlag 201 S. Sixth St. 

Loretta. 
Sanders. Leo. Jessie Hilling 413 N. W. Third St. 

Martha. 
Sauer, John. Elizabeth Knabe 217 S. C St. 

Alberta, Clara, Clarence, Agnes, Edna. 
Sauer, Sara, wid. Lawrence 304 S. Fourth St. 

Elmer. 
Schafer. Charles, Elizabeth Toppmiller 725 S. Twelfth St. 

Irene. 
Scharff, Edward, Josephine Maag 216 S. Second St. 

Frederick. 

Scharff, Frederick 216 S. Second St. 

Scheibler, Frank, Caroline Minner 447 S. Fifth St. 

Frank. 
Schell. Joseph, Mary Bateman S. O St., Beallview. 

Lillian, Clara. 
Schepmann. Joseph, Caroline Oehl 242 S. Eighth St. 

LawTence, Carl. 
Scherer, Helen, wid. August 215 S. Seventh St. 

Augustus. 
Schiller, Clarence 219 N. Seventh St. 

Mary, Loretta, Gertrude. 

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iSchuK-dinghott, (icrliard. .Mary Massiiiann Greenwood Ave. 

.-\loysius, Frank. 
Schniid. John. Theresa .Merkel 325 S. Eighth St. 

Zedonia, Carl, Evelyn. 
Schniitt. .\dam, Elizabeth Mesker 513 S. Si.xth St. 

.\dajii. Leo. Luke, ]\lary. 
Schniitt. George. Mary Russenjak X. Eighteenth St. 

Margaret. 
Schlangen. Charles. Wilhelniina Lahniann 830 S. Sixth St. 

Raphael. Dorothy. Paul. 
Schlangen. Joseph. Pauline Xunlist Centerville, R. F. D. 

Ruth. Leo, John, Mary, Henrietta. 

Schneider, \\ alter, Agnes Lahmann 618 S. Sixth St. 

Schneider, Mrs. W illiam, nee Kahle 217 S. Fifth St. 

William, Robert, Annette. Charles, Philip. 
Schnelle, Magdalena, wid. John 632 S. Seventh St. 

William. Raymond. 

Schnowing, Charlotte, wid. Herman 223 S. Fifth St. 

Schnur. Albert 22 S. Sixth St. 

Schnur. Sara 22 S. Sixth St. 

Schramaty, Joseph, Mary Karcewicz N. Fifteenth St. 

Catherine. Josepha. 
Schramm, Mrs. Charles, nee Reisert 610 S. Si.xth St. 

Arthur, Mildred, Russell, Paul, Esther, Lawrence. 
Schroeder, Bernard H., Irene Smithmeyer 517 S. Seventh St. 

!Mark, Joseph, Henry, Mary, Catherine. 
Schroeder. Bernard, Mary Weiss 506 S. Fifth St. 

Clara, Julius. 

Schroeder. Miss Elizabeth 307 S. I St. 

Schroeder, Miss Elizabeth 612 S. J St. 

Schroeder. Philomena 612 S. J St. 

Schroeder. Caroline 612 S. J St. 

Schroeder. Frank. Florence Ahaus 823 S. E St. 

Cleopha. George. Francis, Herman'^C. 

Schueler, William, Sophia Schweizer 33 S. Second St. 

Schumaker, Mary 339 S. Tenth St. 

Schwarzkopf, Frank. Catherine Rakoce 818 X. Sixteenth St. 

Irma. 
Schwarzkopf. Stephen 818 X'. Sixteenth St. 

George. 
Schwarzentruber. Louis. Sophie W'eishapt 125 S. Third St. 

Edward. Carl. Robert. 
Schwegmann. Catherine, wid. Christian 315 S. Fourth St. 

Louis. 
Schwegmann. Ferdinand. Rose Brokamp 417 S. Fifth St. 

Helen. Leroy. 
Schwegmann, John, Mary Johannes 300 S. Fifth St. 

George, Aloysius, Joseph, Eugene. Clara. 

Schwegmann. George, Anna Melle 400 S. Fifth St. 

Schwegmann. Philomena, wid. Henry Boston Pike, R. F. D. 2. 

William. 

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Schweizer, Joseph ^>5 S. Second St. 

Schwendenmann, Frederick 427 S. Tenth St. 

Frederick, Waher, Matilda, Paul. 
Searchwell, Mrs. Josephine S. Fifth St., Beallview. 

Howard. 
Seary, George. Helen Moler 736 S. Seventh St. 

Clarence. 

Sechi, Mary, wid. Peter 711 S. J St. 

Selm, Frederick, Catherine Bertrand 211 S. Twelfth St. 

Selm, George, Anna Hursting 709 S. J St. 

Martha, Paul. Clara. 

Sheffer, Mrs. Alva, nee Schwegmann Greenwood Ave. 

Shoemaker, Alfred. Maud Juddy 102 E. Main St. 

Shoemaker, Miss Evelyn 102 E. Main St. 

Simmermann, Mary, wid. Chaney 217 S. Fifth St. 

Sittloh. Mrs. Charles, nee Wittmer 94 Ft. Wayne Ave. 

Charles. Frederick. 
Sittloh, :\I rs. George, nee Schlangen 101 1 S. J St. 

]\lary. 
Sittloh. Mrs. Henry, nee Minner 705 S. Si.xth St. 

Viola, Roma, Ethel. 
Smith, Evan, Veronica Laughlin 132 Ft. \\'ayne Ave. 

John, Clarence. 
Smith, William F., Louisa Huth 236 S. Third St. 

James, Marcia. 

Smithmeyer, John F., Josephine Geers Boston Pike. 

Smithmeyer, Louis, Anna ]Macke 223 S. Second St. 

Joseph, Rudolph, Eleanore, Louis. Harry. 

Smithmeyer, Miss Mary 137 S. Seventh St. 

Smithmeyer, Miss Caroline 137 S. Seventh St. 

Snedeker, James D., Augusta Ruhl Richmond, R. F. D. 3. 

Genevieve, Louisa, Lillian. Paul, Albert. 

Sostmeyer, Bernard, Anna Raker 526 S. Si.xth St. 

Sostmeyer, Marcus, Anna Quinn 607 S. Si.xth St. 

Harry. 

Springer, Mary 208 S. Eighth St. 

Sprouse, Howard 604 S. Seventh St. 

Helen. , 
Stamer. Mrs. Andrew, nee Kuhlenbeck 1220 Ridge St. 

Irene. Edna. 

Stanley. Airs. Roy, nee Minner 701 S. Sixth St. 

Stein, Herman, Josephine Liss 813 S. Sixth St. 

Mary. Joseph. Everette. Leo, Laura, George. Cornelia, Agnes. 
Stevens. Mrs. Earl, nee Toschlag Centerville. R. F. D. 

Ralph. 

Stever. Anthony 314 S. Sixth St. 

Sterrett. M rs. Ro\-. nee Brokamp 504 N. B St. 

Dorothy. 

Stiens, Miss Clara 25 S. Tenth St. 

Stiens. Edward. Sophia Vogelgesang Wernle Road. 

Mary. Joseph. Thelma. 

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Stiens, I'l-ank, Mary Jarvis 524 S. Seventh St. 

Catherine. 
Stiens. Henry, Mary Austerniann Lil)erty Ave. 

George, Margaret. Frank, Caeeilia. .AHec. \\ illmr, 
Stolle. Anton. Catherine Kaempf 44 Liberty Ave. 

Antliony. .Anna. 
Stolle, Joseph, Mary Reekers 712 S. Fifth St. 

Elizabeth, Joseph, James F. 
Stolle. William. Jeanette Melle 14 Ul)erty Ave. 

Emerald. Anthony. Myron. 
Stuekenliourg, Charles, Josephine Vierling 300 S. Fifteenth St. 

Carmel. 
Sweitzer, Miss Clara IM 927 :Main St. 

T 

Tangeman, Louis, Catherine Batter 1202 S. C St. 

Claymer F. 

Tanbe, Miss Alvina 221 S Sixth St. 

Tanlie, August, Elizabeth Korthaus 220 S. Twelfth St. 

Teckla, Bernadette, Lucile. Elizal)eth. Julia. Mary. 
Tau])e. George. Mary Tappehorn 117 S. Thirteenth St. 

Mary. Emma, Rose. Bertha, George. Clarence, Loretta. Edwin. 

Tepe. Miss Caroline 1213 S. J St. 

Tepe, John 1213 S. J St. 

Tepe, Frank, Johanna Baumer Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

Carl, Mary, Sara, Hildegarde. 
Thesing, Charles, Elizabeth Kreutzmann 216 X. Sixteenth St. 

Anna, Catherine, Herman. 

Thomas, Mrs. Clark, nee Twehus 423 S. Fifth St. 

Thomas, Lawrence 222 N. Twelfth St. 

Thomas. William. Catherine Lux 338 S. Tenth St. 

Robert. 
Tiernan. Edward. ^^largaret Bussen 1207 S. I St. 

Richard. 
Todd. William. Rose Vosmeier 91 Liberty Ave. 

Paul, Anna, Thomas. 

Topmiller, Maria, wid. Martin 725 S. Twelfth St. 

Torbeck, Miss Bernadina 626 S. Sixth St. 

Torbeck, Miss Catherine 626 S. Sixth St. 

Torljeck, Frank 626 S. Sixth St. 

Torbeck, Henry, Elizabeth Korves 420 S. Fifth St. 

Joseph, Harry, Alary, Flora. 
Torbeck, William H., Amelia Witte 303 S. Twelfth St. 

Clara, Eleanora. 

Torbeck, William, Frances Engelbert 428 S. Fifth St. 

Toschlag, Bernard. Anna Austermann Richmond. R. F. D. 7. 

Carl. Florence. Lawrence. Jeannette. Mabel. 
Toschlag. Edward. Nora Puthoff Center Tp.. R. F. D. 

Ethel. Clarence. 
Toschlag, George, Bernadette Piening \\ illiamslmrg Pike 

Carl. 

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Toschlag, George. Sr.. Mary Otten, . .'. Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

JNIary, lohn. Margaret. x\nthon\\ Frank. 
Toschlag. Henry. Anna Schlangen Richmond. R. F. D. 7. 

Henrv, Alberr. 
Toschlag. Joseph, Catherine Weiss Centerville, R. F. D. 10. 

Harrv, Rosella. 
Toschhig, Mary, wid. Henry 444 S. Eighth St. 

Edward. 
Trimble. Otto, Hermina Kuhlenbeck Richmond. R. F. D. 5. 

Joseph. 

Tschaen. Michael 216 S. Fourth St. 

Tuecke. Elizabeth, wid. William 403 S. E St. 

Henry, Richard, Florence. 
Twelnis, Agnes, wid. Herman 419 S. Sixth St. 

Elizabeth. 

Twehus. Herman, Mary Beckschultz 414 S. Sixth St. 

U 
Uphaus, Bernard, Catherine Kuhlmann 617 S. Eighth St. 

Howard, Mary. 
Uphaus. Herman, Elizabeth Macke 126 S. Sixth St. 

Marie. 

V 
Valdois, Edward Fannie Rakers 40 S. Fifth St. 

jNIary, John. 
Van Etten. Mrs. Daniel, nee Essenmacher 547 S. E St. 

Bernice, Maurice. 

Van Etten, Mrs. William, nee Engelbert 1101 N. I St. 

Via, Mrs. Clarence, nee Brokamp 1 16 S. Sixth St. 

Helen. 
Vinton, Mrs. Charles, nee Naber N. \\'. Seventh St. 

Dorothy, Marvel, North, Leroy, Rosella, Henrietta. 
Vogelgesang, John, Josephine Issen Boston Pike. 

Edward, Elizabeth, Henry. John, Loretta, Joseph. Paul. Francis. 

Vosgroene, Henry, Teresa Buers 424 S. Fifth St. 

Vosmeier. Anna, wid. Theodore 91 Liberty Ave. 

Vosmeier. Henry, Elizabeth Cook 519 S. Eleventh St. 

Helen, Edward, Rosella. Raymond, Elizabeth, Florence. 
Vosmeier, John A., Wilhemina Jacob 519 S. E St. 

Augustus, Caecilia, Leonard, Roman. 
Vosmeier, Lawrence, Rosella Faske 641 S. E St. 

Angela. Mark. Howard. 
Vogelmann, Joseph 717 S. E St. 

Leo, Irene, Eleanora. 

W 

Waidele, Frank, Sr 711 S. W. A St. 

Waidele, Frank L.. Caroline Scherer 71 1 S. W. A St. 

Alma, Dorothy. 
Walls, Harry. .-Xnna Wilkemeyer 346 S. W. Second St. 

Roland, Mary, William. Franklin. 
Waltermann, Gertrude, wid. Henry 615 S. C St. 

Joseph, Helen. 

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Walunnanii. Herman. Mary Boppart 135 S. l-"ittli St. 

Bertha. 

Webber, Mrs. Frederick, nee Andrews 410 S. Fifth St. 

Weisbrod, Josephine, wid Louis 334 S. Eighth St. 

Herbert, Clifford, Bcrnadette. 
W'eishaupt, Alphonse, Aeniilia Scheibler 444 S. Si.xth St. 

Ruby. 
Weishaupt. Joseph, Anna Scheibler 426 S. Si.xth St. 

Loretta. 
Weiss. Anna, wid. Siegfried 129 S. Fifth St. 

Leo, Mary. 
Weiss, Bernard, Elizabeth Westendorff Richmond. R. F. D. 8. 

Joseph, Raymond, Mary, Frank, Lillian, Hilda, Matilda, Loretta. 
Weiss. Edward, Elizabeth Lantz \ Smerley Road. 

Alma, Joseph, Agnes. 

Weist, Carl 201 S. Ninth St. 

Werner, Catherine, wid. Joseph 425 S. Fifth St. 

Wessel, Anna, wid. Charles 230 S. Fifth St. 

Frank. 
Wessel, Charles, Margaret Seary 415 S. Seventh St. 

Paul, Charles F.. Joseph Mark. 
Wessel, George, Christina Kuhlenbeck 219 X. Third St. 

Raymond, Clarence. 
\\'essel, Joseph. Mary Krehlkamp 529 S. Thirteenth St. 

Audrey, ]\Iyron Joseph. 
Westendorff, Andrew, Elizabeth Prus 330 S. Fifth St. 

Marcella, Herbert, Lawrence, Eleanora, Clarence, Clara, Mary. 
Westerkamp, Mrs. Henry, nee Schroeder 506 S. Fifth St. 

Ralph. 

Wevers, Miss Johanna 525 S. Sixth St. 

Wevers, Miss Elizabeth 525 S. Sixth St. 

Wevers, Miss Anna 525 S. Sixth St. 

Wevers, Miss Mary 525 S. Sixth St. 

White, IMrs. Paul, nee Kohlem 614 S. H St. 

Pauline. 
Whitehouse, Samuel, Alargaret Hughes 831 ^lain St. 

John Joseph 

Wilkemeyer, Elizabeth, wid. Frederick 339 S. Tenth St. 

Wilkemeyer, Frederick 440 S. Tenth St. 

Lawrence, Earl. 
Wilkemeyer, Herman, Henrietta Buchheit 630 S. Eighth St. 

George, Joseph. Frank, Leo. 

Wilkins, Anna, nee Keller 308 Linden St. 

Willenbring, Louis F 409 S. Eighth St. 

Anna, Louis. 
Winter, George. :\lary Balling 208 X. Fifth St. 

Edith, Waher. 
Winter. John, Theresa Kutter 90 Bridge Ave. 

Florence, John, Lawrence, Hilary, Aloysiiis. 
Wintersteen, Mrs. Cecil, nee Kennepohl 207 X. D St. 

Ruth. Mabel. Edgar. 

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Witle. August. Elizaheth Schroeder 135 S. Ninth St. 

Caroline, Andrew, Henrietta. 

W'itte. Frank. Ethel McKhann Greenwood Ave. 

W itte. Henry. Christine Guthrey Greenwood Ave. 

Agnes, Augustine. 

Witte. Lawrence. Louella Hunt Greenwood Ave. 

Witte. Louisa, wid. Philip 242 S. Fifth St. 

Louis?. F., Bernadina, Anna. 
Witte. \\ illiam. Mary Horstman Richmond, R. F. D. 8. 

\\ alter. Clarence, Annette D. 

Wolke. Anthony National Road. 

Wolke, Elizal)cth, wid. Frank Abington Pike. 

John. 
Wolke Herman. Catharine Beckschultz Richmond. R. F. D. 8. 

Ruth. Jerome. 
Wolke. Wessel F.. Mary A. Meerkamp National Road. 

Charles. Florence. Irene. 
W^right, Mrs. Roy. nee Ernst 114 S. Second St. 

Y 

Yedding, August 125 S. Second St. 

Richard, Robert. 
Yedding. Charles 1012 S. Fifth St. 

John. 
Young-, Magdalena, wid. Peter 121 S. Fifth St. 

John P., William. 
Youngflcsh, Magdalena, wid. Frank .312 S. Tenth St. 

Z 

Zeyen, Joseph. Elizabeth Quatmann 419 S. Tenth St. 

Zeyen, Leo. Ida Fleming 412 S. Eighth St. 

Zeyen. Lawrence. Maud W^elch 429 S. Fifth St. 

John. 
Zeyen. Margaret, wid. John N 431 S. Fifth St. 

George. Dorothy. 
Zeyen. Rose. wid. Joseph 719 S. E St. 

Mary, Clarence. Raymond. Hermann, Richard, Loretta, Edward. 
Zwissler. Anthony, Josephine Messmann Fifth and Q Sts. 

Martha. 
Zwissler, Conrad, Elizabeth Meyer Boston Pike. 

Raymond. Florence, Olivia, Albert, Joseph, Louis. 
Zwissler, Frank. Frances M. Reister National Road. 

Alma. Mary. Rosella, Edwin. 
Zwissler. George, Clara Nuechter 521 S. Ninth St. 

Juba. 
Zwissler. John, Louisa Stiens 25 S. Tenth St. 

We are not specialists in diseases adjusted for, but in method, in doing work. 

W. H. BAXTER, D C. 

CHIROPRACTOR 

Rooms 306-307 Colonial Building 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OUR FRIENDS WHO ARE IN BUSINESS 

Fruit Dealers 



Amusements 



. . .4b 
. . .18 
...IS 
. . .411 
. . ..U 



.\rca(k- Tlioalr 
Murray TluTitrc. . 
Murrctte Theatre. 

I'alace. The 

i'lieatoriuni, 'The. 

Attorneys-at-Law 48 

Auctioneer 

l!i-,iok>, I-'. I' .M. 

Automobiles an^ Supplies 

.McC'onalia Co., The -6 

Bakeries 

Riclnnond IJaking C"o 4() 

Zwi.ssler's .t<i 

Banks 

Dickinson Trust Co --' 

First National I'.ank 111 

Secoiiil .\ational I'.ank 1- 

Union National Hank .^8 

Bicycles, Motor Cycles and Supplies 

Smith. K. S 44 

Waking .S: Co 40 

Business Colleges 

Richmond lUisiness College 42 

Carpets, Rugs, Etc. 

Nolte. (;eo. II 56 

Cement and Tile Works 

Wagner, 11. 11 40 

Cigar Manufacturers 

Lindemann, Ino. 11 ■'^4 

Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Etc. 

Clobe, The -t-^ 

Ma.shmeyer Store, The -6 

Palais Roval '-^ 

Rail Road Store 44 

Clothiers and Gents' Furnishings 

Frankel, Sol -t6 

Fred's Store 38 

Clobe, The 44 

Loehr & Klute 42 

Model, The 56 

Rail Road Store 44 

Coal Dealers 

Rullerdick &• Son, H. C • 60 

Tlaekman, Klehfoth \- Co 38 

Mather liros. Co 14 

Menke, J. II 44 

Confectionery, Soda and Ice Cream 

Creek Candy Store. The 32 

Contractors-Builders 

Miller-Keniiier Co.. The -8 

Dentists -tS 

Druggists 

Fosler Drug Co 60 

r.uken \- Co., .\. C 1-' 

Ouisrlev's Drug Stores >6 

fhistlethwaite's Diu- Stores 84 

Dry Goods and Notions 

.\ckerman's 30 

Crawford, W. 40 

Tloosicr Store 3- 

.Maslimever Store. The 26 

Kail Road Store 44 

Electrical Construction and Supplies 

Crane Electric Co 54 

Farming Implements 

McConaha Co.. The 26 

Fish and Oysters 

ll<.|.kins. W. R 60 

Five and Ten Cent Stores 

Kresge Co., S. S ■"'- 

Woolworth Co.. V. W 50 

Florists 

Fulle llros. 52 

Cause. C. \<. 52 

Flour Mills 
Clianipi.pn Roller Mills 

( I'ride of Richniomi l-"lour) 6(1 
Richmond Roller Mills 54 



M 



Piiye 
. . . 56 



(Continued to Page 85.) 
83 



\- Sons 

Furniture Dealers 
Krooks, F. I'. (New and Sccond-IIand ) 56 

Druitt Bros -^-^ 

(irothaus, Ferd m 

Ilolthouse. J. I! 3- 

VVeiss .\nti<|ue Furniture Store .^4 

General Repair Shop 

Smith. E. S 44 

Groceries and Meats 

.\usterniann, \\ . C -"'8 

r.erheide, K. R 58 

T.loemke. K. 1 56 

Klickuedel, .\. \\' 50 

r.ull, C.uv K 58 

I'.ullerdick, Harry 46 

Cutter, C.eo. A 60 

Dunham's Grocery 5(1 

Duning's Grocery 84 

ICggemeyer tS: Sons, |no. M 20 

Habing, Tno. .\ 58 

Howard iV Co., I. R. (Wholesale) 30 

Kahle i<: Sclmeider 60 

I^andwehr, R. II 52 

Long Bros 58 

Maag \- Reilly 54 

Niewoehner. II .S4 

Piening Sisters 84 

Pille, Geo. II 56 

Schaefer. C. C 54 

Scheibler, Frank S 60 

Scholl, .Tno .S6 

Temme," Ed. H 60 

Sudhoff c'v: Son. C. IT 42 

Hardware Dealers 

Johnson &• Co., Peter 42 

Jones Hardware Co 28 

Pilgrim's S() 

Retd &• Son, Irvin 44 

Harness and Repairing 

Birck. Philip .^S 

Harrington, Jno. J SO 

Hay, Grain and Feed 

iVTenke, J. H 44 

Runge & Co., T 44 

Vi'helan, Omer G 84 

Ice Cream Dealers 

Bender, J. E 58 

Insurance (General) 

Bradbury &• Son, W. H .=;o 

Dugan, Tenkins i!v Co .?0 

Tones, Miss K 50 

Koll. Hans N .Vi 

Shideler, Chas. 1^ 84 

Jewelers 

Dickinson, O. E .U 

Tenkins iV Co 22 

Kennedy. Fred 84 

Laundries 

Crescent Laundry .^8 

Monarch Laundry 84 

Richmontl Steam Laundry ,S8 

Lime and Cement 

P.nllerdick \- Son. H. C 60 

Hackman, Klehfoth iS; Co 38 

Livery Stables 

Shofer, Harmon 36 

Shurley's Livery 46 

Loan Companies 

Richmond Loan Co 52 

Lumber Dealers 

M iller- Kem]ier C"o., The 28 

RicImKind Lumber Co 20 

Mantels and Grates 

Wagner. II. H 4li 

Monumental Works 
Williams \- Co., Perry T 38 



OMER G. WHELAN 

"THE FEED MAN" 

Dealer in 
GRAIN, HAY, MILL FEED, AND SEEDS 

JOBBER: "GOLD MEDAL" FLOUR 

Phone 1670 31-33 S.- Sixth St. 



KENNEDY'S 

BUSIEST, BIGGEST, LITTLE 
STORE IN TOWN 

Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver 
Ware, Cut Glass and Hand-Painted 
China 

Fred Kennedy 

JEWELER 
526 Main St. 



JOHN H. LINDEMANN 

Maker of the 
"CANDACE' AND "55" 
Five-cent Cigars 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

536 Main St. 



MONARCH LAUNDRY Kingman & McAfee, Proprietors 

THE BIGGEST, BUSIEST, THEREFORE THE BEST 

A Trial Will Convince You Our Work is Satisfactory 

22 S. Eighth St. 



Phone 1561 



CLEM THISTLETHWAITE'S 
THREE DRUG STORES 



Eighth and N. E Sts. 



Eighth and S. E Sts. 



Sixth and Main Sts. 



lErkr 

Delicatessen and Staple Groceries 
Phone 1263 Sixth and S. E Sts. 



FIVE AND TEN-CENT 
WALL PAPER STORE 

The Largest Stock in Town to Select 
From. Come and be Convinced. 
MRS. M. OAKLAND, Prop. 
404 Main St. 



CHARLES D. SHIDELER 

Real Estate, Rentals, Fire Insurance 

Phones: 
Office 1814 
Res. 3815 913 Main St. 



PIENING SISTERS 

GROCERIES, FRUITS 
AND VEGETABLES 



Phone 1882 



201 S. Ninth St. 



84 



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Ascension 


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28 November 


1916 


8 March 


23 April 


1 June 


3 December 


1917 


21 February 


8 April 


17 May 


2 December 


1918 


13 February 


31 March 


9 May 


1 December 


1919 


5 March 


20 April 


29 May 


30 November 


1920 


18 February 


4 April 


13 May 


28 November 


1921 


9 February 


27 March 


5 May 


27 November 


1922 


1 March 


16 April 


25 May 


3 December 


1923 


14 February 


1 April 


10 May 


2 December 


1924 


5 March 


20 April 


29 May 


30 November 


1925 


25 February 


12 April 


21 May 


29 November 


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17 February 


4 April 


13 May 


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OUR FRIENDS WHO ARE IN BUSINESS 

(Continued from Page 83.) 
Music and Musical Instruments Pa^e 

Martin & Runge 50 

Oculist 

Grosvenor, M. D., E. B 48 

Packers (Meat) 

Stolle & Sons, Anton 36 

Painting and Decorating 

Dickinson, Horace L 40 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc. 

Old Reliable Faint Co 54 

Pilgrim's 50 

Photographers 

Dalbey's Studio 30 

Physicians and Surgeons 48 

Pianos and Organs 



McConaha Co., The 26 

Starr Piano Co., The 24 

Plumbing 

Waking & Co 40 

Real Estate Dealers 

Bradbury & Son, W. H 50 

Dougan, Jenkins & Co 30 

Jones, Miss E 50 

Koll, Hans N 36 

Shideler, Chas. D 84 

Restaurants 

City Restaurant 54 

Zwissler's 56 

Sewing Machines 

Singer Sewing Machine Co 52 

Shoe Dealers and Repairing 
Feltman's Shoe Store 85 



Page 

Lake & Co 46 

Lienenmann, Al. A S4 

Neff & Nusbaum 16 

Rail Road Store 44 

Teeple's 50 

Stien's Shoe Co 32 

Sporting Goods and Toys 

Brehm Co., The Geo 54 

Pilgrim's 50 

Expressing and Storage 

Brooks, F. P 56 

Glen Miller Livery & Transfer Co 46 

Tailors 

Gatzek, R. J 60 

Kreimeier's 34 

Schepman, Geo. W 24 

Tea and Coffee Dealers 

Great Central Tea Co 42 

Tin Sheet and Metal Works 

Schultz & Laning 38 

Tobacconists 

Feltman, E. A 36 

Lindemann, Jno. H 84 

Meyer's Cigar Store 46 

Undertakers and Embalmers 

Jordan, McManus & Hunt 52 

Wilson, Pohlmeyer & Downing 16 

Wall Paper and Hanging 

Dickinson, Horace L 40 

Five & Ten Cent Paper Store 84 

Pilgrim's 50 



IVe show our appreciation of your patronage by giving you the 
greatest shoe values in the world for the money. 

FELTMAN'S SHOE STORE 

724 Main Street 
The Curme- Feltman Shoe Co. 



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