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FAIR PLAY. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
Santa Clans Is Here
Stop! Look! Listen!
Give The Kiddies a Real Treat
Take Them to Toyland at
MEYER NOVELTY AND MILLINERY SHOP
formerly The Win. r. Barter's Hardware Store
Don't, foil to see our beautiful Dolls, Toys of All Kinds,
in fact a Gift to Suit Everyone, in Price and Style.
School is progressing as usual
this week and the middle of the
year is advancing faslly. In
most cases half of the year's
work has been done. There are
a few laggards thai do not com
prehend the nearness of the end
of the term. It is hoped that
they will awaken before the last
day and do some real hard work.
The high school girls played a
game of basket ball with Flat
River last Friday evening. "Wo
came away with the little end oT
the game. Those people who
read the Lead Belt papers are
prepared to read of the explo
sion end of tho scoring. But we
have nothing to complain of con
sidering the years of experience
and the size of our team. Some
good basnet ball was played on
both sides and Ste. Genevieve
can well compliment the girls of
this place as well as the visiting
The boys have scheduled a
game with Esther for Friday
evening. We will journey over to
Flat River and there play on the
Y. M. C. A. court. The girls
frill play the return game with
Perryvillc on Friday evening.
We have played one close game
with this team and we expect to
1 , i
w i w
put up as
good a light as we
Come out and see
Wo would also like
car loads of rooters
to go to Flat River with us and
help us beat Esther'
The elegibility lists are:
Girls Anna Koetting, Rosina
Kootting, Ruth Reich, Marion
Ziegler, Adlec Baumgartner,
Etha Iloog, Lois Lovelace, Ma
jella Meadows. Anna Petersen,
Florence Siebert, Norma Bono,
Mae Ellis, Wilma Obeiie, Armel
Boys Delbert Chiklers, Leo
Okenfuss, Oswald Oberle, Aus
tin Bauman, Robert Fallert, Max
Okenfuss. Eugene' "Wilder, Peter
Hinni, Raymond Estcs.
"Be Santa Clans" Give a good
home to one of thelifty line boys
and gins wan tne uniairen s
Bureau, State Board of Chari
ties. Jefferson City. "Write im
For Extra Good Uoine Killed
Meats, Sausages and G routines
FkkdS. Oi!i:i;t,K'.s Mi:at JIakkkt
1G2 Main St.
We have utmost, anything you
want in tlio eating line. adv
George V. Roth, son Raymond
and little daughter Edna of Law
renceton spent Thursday in
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lank of Ste, Seaevieve
STE. GENTRVJErIS, MISSOURI.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
A special election will bo hold In
the City of Sto. Genevieve on
TUKSDAY MJCEMHHII 2", lil'il,
for tlio purpose of sulimlUlnff to the
qualified voters of the City of Ste.
lienovlove, Missouri, for their rati
lleutlon of Ordinance No. 000, an
Ordinance ndotiletl by tlio City Board
and unproved by the President of the'
Monro of Aldermen and the Mayor,
ffraiillnjf a franchise to the Homo
Ijijjht and Water Uainpany, Its suc
cessors ami assigns, to construct,
maintain mid opcralo n water works
a nil sewer system and an electric
lljrlit and power plant In the City of
Ste. fienoviove, Missouri, for a tut in
of 'JO years from and after the ralill
ealion of same.
l'ollinj,' Places. First Ward Grand
Armv Biiildini;, .Second Ward Stup
' iiv's'Tallor Shop, Third Ward. City
Form of Ballot:
For the Kloctrle Myht and Power
Fur the Electric Light and Power
(Erase the clause you do not want.)
For the Water and Sewer Franchise.
For the Water and Sewer Franchise.
(Erase the clause you do not want.)
GUY E. PAXTON, Mayoi.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice is hereby -riven that the
Annual Stockholders' Meeting of the
Bank of Bloomsdalo will be hold at
Ity banking house in the town of
llloomsdale, Missouri, on Tuesduy,
January .'Jrd. 11122.
Said meeting will be convened at t)
o'clock a. in. and continue during at
least ;i hours, unless the object for
which meeting is called be aecoin
The purpose for which this meeting
is called is to elect boven uirectors
for the said' bank, to serve during the
ensulntr year, and for the transaction
of any other business which may
propei-lv come before the meeting.
Attest: PETEU E. CAKKON,
R. I'. CAUHON, President
. m m
Notice is hereby giving that the 20th
Annual Meeting of the Shareholders
of the Bank of Ste. Genevieve will bo
held at its banking House in Sto.
Genevieve, Missouri, on the 3rd day
of January, 1022.
Said meeting will convene at 9
o'clock a. m. and will continue dur
ing at least three hours, unless tho
object for which such meeting is called
be accomplished sooner.
Tho purpose for which said meet
ing is called is to elect Seven Uirec
tors for the said Gank, to serve dur
ing the ensuing year, and for the
transaction of any other business
which may properly come before the
CitAiti.r.s W. Mi:yi;us, President.
Jno. H. W.t.Ki:u. Cashier.
Regular meeting, Monday,
December 12, 111:21.
Meeting was called to order by
Mnyor Paxton. Present: Mayor
Paxton, Aldermen Griesliaber,
II. Rohm, Vorst, DuRocher,
Stuppy and G. Rohm, Marshal
llerterand Clerk Rezier.
Minutes of the previous meet
ing were read and approved.
Collector's report was read
and ordered tiled.
Bills to tho amount of S.'ilH.Gl)
Dr. L. .). Iluber appeared be
fore Board and complained in
regard to hogs kept in lot near
his residence. Ordered that
Board of Health look into the
A permit was granted to II. C.
Petersen to erect a concrete
building on Third Street, be
tween Lallaye Street and Rob
The Street Committee wera
ordered to confer witli Com
missioners of Special Road Dis
trict "A" in regard to streets
to bo repaired witli money re
ceived by the City from the
special road District.
Comedy and Cartoon
Priscilla Dean and
"Outside The Law''
8 Part Special 8
In order to keep in closer
touch With the people of its dis
trict the Southeast Missouri
State Teachers College has
a'rrangod with a number of
faculty members tovihit the var
ious counties in the district, to
explain the work of the College
and its desire to be of practical
use to those a 1 1 o are, seeking a
fuller life through better train
ing. These faculty members ex
pect to spend part of their
Christmas holidays in visiting in
tlio counties assigned to them
and will go at other times during
the year when opportunities pre
sent themselves. Mr. Edward
F Vaeth has been assigned to
visit Ste. Genevieve County.
I THE BOVERIE STORE 00,
Some of u'a try so hard to be nn.
tlmlstlc that tho nervous strain renliw
TUB HCUOOI. OK EXl'UUTH
When Von Are Constipated.
To instil o a healthy action of the
bowels and coned disotdris ol'tlie
liver, iiiko two
Tablets inimeilialely niter supper.
'Pli-y will not only oaiifu a ireiitle
nioveuieiit of the bowels, without un
pleasant ell'cets, but banish that dull,
stupid reeling, that often accompanies
For a bimiti'd Time Onlv. T
tl.OO paclii.KO.s of "JIOIMJ IHJfiS" j
for $1.00. Oct t'KK diniiiL' the l''all
mil Winter by using thi well loiownl
vt!K iModucer. Sent piilpnid to your
mlihess. SIMON HOOy. .v-'eiit.
Star H'Hite Hex No. 1 .
adv Sle. (tciieviove. Mo.
Values That Are Unequalled Anywhere Else '
'IlHTTJEIl yon want a
strong rugged shoo for
at a price that assures yon a substantial saving in every
instance. We specially feature Hamilton-Brown Shock
because we know they always look well, wear well and give
absolute satisfaction. -
Tlio Ste. Cunevieve Camp,
Modern Woodmen of America at
a meeting held on the first
Thursday of this month elected
the following oilicers for the
ensuing year: F. X. Schweigort,
Counstil; F. X. lJeaiioliamp,
Advisor; Edwin Chardin. Hanker-.
Leo D. Karl, Clerk;
Winston, Escort; F. .1.
A pieture of heart-toys
She jut eoiijiln't mala-
A riltST .ATJOAb tilth
L-tf-selmf Ljra-Mj.usiie: IK-M-rutintin-!
Chrislic Comedy The Educational
A roiuane of hlu.
,111X0 the children to our
toy counter, it will bo a
great treat for them.
There is no end to the little inex
pensive tilings that will be a con
tinuous source of delight to them.
But don't stop at toys.
Our store is loaded with
useful gifts for people of
all ages and conditions
gifts that furnish great joy
and yet or moderate in
No hunting, trapping, camp
ing or trespassing allowed on
my land at Mnckey's, Mo. Vio-
Otfll's: ivi'll liri Mi'ftkifiriuliwl
i ,j , ,.rnii .m,m
It. J'J. lUJLVIDIUUlbi
for it in
For Sale A childs desk
and chair in good condition, Ap
ply at this oftice. adv
fine shoo for dress wear or a
work, von will lind it here and
Sentry; Charles Winston, Trus
tee for three years; Drs. Rut
ledge mid JJirsner, Physicians.
I 1 am in the market' for some
jgood cotton mules to feed.
J Write or phone me what you
' have for .vale.
j Hell phone !'.)
E. E. Swinu,
and bo lli adventoiv,
her idi-as behave!
deorye Wa.-liint'tt)n '
coats and -llv.-r liuitons