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FAIR PLAY, STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
Santa Glaus Is Here
Stop! Look! Listen!
Give Ttie Kiddies a Real Treat
Take Them to Toyland at
MCVSTD MmHi TV A KID MINIMI
Suggestion For Mailing
rormorly The Wm. V. Itiulci's llniilwarc Store
Don't fail to see our beautiful Dolls, Toys of All Kinds,
In fact a Gift to Suit Everyone, in Price and Style.
Mull your Christmas parcels
early. Wrap securely and ad-ili-ess
nlninlv. Early mailing,
pood packing and wrapping,
'correct and legible addressing,
' means speed and safe delivery.
J A Christinas present received
before Christmas will bring
more joy than one leceived after
Christmas, Properly prepared
parcels will reach their destina
tion in pood condition and with
satisfaction. improperly pre-
'na red narcels may or may not
1 reach their destination. Prop
State Highway Commis
possible. 1 am a hard roads
man and I am very much in
favor of concrete hiphways. I
don't believe in mud roads. "We
ll.vde last weeic up-1
t I J I V 1 J I
pointed as men. uo. s oil euuu , , tI
We.are building po,
' , , M,, .. v inanent roads in my part oi tne
hcan, eipht year tern , Muna, . T . , , . , ,
C.irlotonol St. Louis Uemoera , - .........,,.,, e,s0.
six vear term, unarms u. i.at-
Uiews of Sikoston, Kepublican,
four year term, and S. S. Con
nettof Buchanon County, Demo
crat, two years term. The new
commissioners held their lirst
meetinp in Jefferson City Tues
day and selected Theodore Gary
as 'Chairman of the Commission.
The followinp statement of
Charles D. Matthews, the mem
ber of the Commission from
Southeast Missouri appeared m
the St. Louis Star in its issue of
Friday, December 2nd:
Matthuws Gives Views.
Matthews, over the lonp dis
tance telephone, frankly declar
ed h mself in faor of the Kings
hiiihway as the main road in the
n"W state system to the south
eist part oT the state. There
has boon a bitter contest over
this road. Residents of towns
alonpthe Iron Mountain division
of the Missouri Pacific railroad
desire a main state hiphway far
ther away from the river, Iings-
hiphway, the old Spanish trail toj
the far south, follows the Mis-j
sissippi Riyer. I
I live on the kingshighwa.s
and believe that it is the road
that should be developed."
Matthews said. "As for the rest
of the road prop ram, L Mum; we i
"The provisions of the road
law that requires construction to
start on the road propram in
every county in the state at the
same time is pretty broad and I
don't suppose can be followed
"I think it would be foolish for
the new commission to upset
the present organization now by
appointinp a lot of new men. Jf
we are pomp to carry out a great
road propram we shall need com
petent men on the stall and
oupht to pay them accordingly.
The road law imposes restric
tions on that. Hut the state
can't expect to pet the best men
unless it, pays them accordingly.
"Location of all roads to be
improved ought to be subject to
the approval of the engineers.
Hut J don't want to commit
mys 'lfon the question of start
ing the big cross-state h ighways
before 1 have received my for
mal appointment and have met
, iho other commissioners. I will
i i . .-i ..... r
say mat 1 am a nam suruice,
permanent roads man and that I
am very much in favor of con
.l erlv prepared and in pood con-
idition presents are received with
ought to follow the provisions on rmnronor v prepared and in
the new road law as closely as i);i(i condition presents are re
ceived with disappointment.
Foui Pakcix Post Don'ts.
Don't -mail vonr parcel if it
isn't, oroporlv packed.
Don't mail vour parcel if it
isn't properly wrapped.
Don't mail your parcel if
isn't properly tied.
Don't mail your parcel if
isn't properly addressed.
Makk Yoru Pakcke Post 100
f your parcel is well packed it
is "ij per cent
J f your parcel is well wrapped
it is J.) per cent.
If vour parcel is well tied it is
27 per cent.
If your parcel is well address
ed it is 27) per cent.
If vou will use these four
methods it will make your par
cel 100 per cent complete.
Louis P. Kekx, Postmaster.
Eugene- P Tluirin.in died in
Colorado Springs, Colo., on Sun
day morning, December -1111,
1021, age w. years, 4 months
and -l days. Mr. Thurinan, who
was a brother-in-law of Judge
13. Straiiphan of Ste. Genev
ieve, moved with his family a Jew
wars ago to Colorado Springs,
for the benefit of his health.
lie is survived by his wife, two
daughters, three sons and three
grandchildren. The remains
were brouiiht to the home ol Ins
si n in Furminuton and thefunor-
U oceured Thursday.
James Shaw, a former resi
dent of Ste. Genevieve died at
his home in Pulton, Mo., on Sat
urday. December !lrd, 10:11.
The members of the Bnek-
holf.-Kiefer Post of theAmeri
can ijopion were serven a iioui.
lion supper in the Parochial
School basement Monday night.
Music, was furnished throughout
the eveninp and addresses were
delivered by the members and a
few invited guests.
Saturday, Dec. 10
A Day To Be Remembered
Elaborate Preparations for the
GREATEST BAZAAR IN MANY YEARS
AT THE PAROCHIAL SCHOOL HALL
1 5 v the children or Sle. Genevieve Parish under the auspices
of the L. 13. F.
y'uitv Best Opjwrtinrily For Christ mas Shopping
AKTICRNOON AND EVENING
A Day to h Remembered, Saturday, Dec. 10
Not'u-ois hereby ffiviiif,' that the 20th
Annual Meotinir of the Shareholders!
ot tho Hunk of Ste. Gcneviovc will ho
held at its liunkinu' Uouso in hto.
Onc love, Missouri, on tho 3rd day
ot -lauunry .
Said meetinpf "ill convene at !)
o'clock a. in. and will continue dur
hi" at least three hours, unless the
ollject for which such meeting is called
he accomplished Mionrr.
Tin! purpose for which said meet
in" is called is to fleet Seven Direc
tors fnr the said Bank, to servo dur
ing the onsiilnjr ear, and for tho
transaction of any oilier husiness
whicli may properly come before tho
i'iiai!T.i:s W. Mnvr.its, President.
.Inu. 11. W'Ai.Kia:. Cashier.
"The Love Charm"
I Christmas Savins Club i
You iVSay Join One or More of The Follow
!, second week
2 cents and
1 e'"its In-
CLASS 2 A First week' $1.00, second week 0 cents. De
crease each weekly payment 2 cents and $32:JRK &?,
CLASS 2 First week 2 cent
crease each weekly payment
receive in 50 weeks
receive in T)0 weeks.
CLASS .") First week . cents, .second wee
crease each weekly payment ! cents and
receive in TiO weeks
, 10 cent-.
Clyde Cook in
"What Happened to Jones"
RING the. children lo our
toy counter, it will be a
(,'reiit treat i'or them.
There is no end to the little inex
pensive things that will be :i con
tinuous source oi 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
"One Mar, in a Million"
"Iiulh of the Kockicf
When Vni Are (nstiiiiti'd.
To inuii a heiiltliy Mcliini of the
howols and i-orrect dionli'is of I he
liver, l.'iUii two of Cliiimliei Iain's
TahletH iiiiiiii'(li;itely utter sapper.
They will nut only euiiM! a tru i ill e
Kovemi'lit ol tlie limvi'ls, witlinat nil
pletisniit eiTeets, Iml hanisli thul dull,
slnpid feeliiii,', that often aceiimpaiiies
For a Limited Time Onlv. Two
1 .01) pneh.-mes of "MOIfK I'XiOS"
for ? 1. 01). (tot i'kks ihoiliL' the Kail
onl Winterliy mini; this well Inowii
I't-'L' predator Sent pitpiiid to your
address. SIMON llOO-'i, Airu't
Slur K'oiiii' Hox No 1 .
adv Ste. Uennvusv e, Mo.
The lirst heavy snow of the
season fell last Saturday hut did
not remain on the ground vory
No hunting, trapping, camp
ing or trespassing allowed on
my land at llrickey's, Alo. Vio
lators will be prosecuted,
adv II. E. KOM BAUER.
"I5e Santa Clans" Oivo a good
home to one of the fifty fine boys
and girls with the Children's
Uuroau, State Board of C'hari
ties. .IcITorson City. Write i n
uieiliati ly. adv
j run sciioui. tr uximcuth
' l l IT I i ii
CLASS : A -First week .."i0, second
create eacli weekly payment 7 cents and
receive in DO weeks ..
sj. 1.".. De-
CLASS 0 Firut week 10 cents, second
Tne i-fMMii t.iii'ti ivpkIiIu nnvinroit, lflr.ents f"7?
' 1 ' j i'"
and receive in 50 week...
CLASS r.-Pay 27
week for .'jO weeks ;
Li I Cell!"
'0- -lJay TjO edits straight eacl
oU weeks and ."eceOvo . .
til. 00 straight
20o- Pay S'.OO straight each
T,0 week's and receive
It's easy to save nsoncy. Start to-day.
STE. GEXEVIKVK, MISSOURI.
The State Hoard or Health at a
meeting held at the University.
Club "in St. Ijouis, .Monday
night, adopted a resolution or
dering all Missouri railroads and
common carriers engaged in in
terstate and intercounty traffic
to require certilicates of vaccina
tion from all prospective travel
ers on anil alter Ueconioer l.itii,
as a preventative against tin
proud of small pox and iiNu
adopted a second resolution urg.
ing all citizens ol I lie state to be
My tin shop is now located in
the rear of the Meyer Novelty
and Millinery Simp, my former
location. I handle roofing, gut
tering and do all liinds of repair
work. Have on hand a few
heating stoves, stove pipes, el
bows and some hardware.
Telephone No. 171.
adv WILLIAM F. BA DEI!.
A picture of Judge William
Carter, a former Circuit Judge
of this district, was presented to
the St. Francois County liar
Association at the Court House
in Fariniugton last Friday night.
Senator Jasper Is. Buries, who
I was one of Judge Carter's best
friends during his life, prcscu
ted the picture with an nppio
i priate address and was lollowed
I by Attorney George Wilson, who
W accepted it in behalf ofthoUur
W Association, Other members
in uiii.- lnsiuciuwini res lunoeii
uith addresses. .fudge Peter
H. II uck, and Attorneys C, J.
! Stanton and W. C. lioverie of
jffc Sti!. Geneviuve wore present at
V the ceremonies.
Tf your husband was found with an unaccoim
table :?r0,0(;0 would yi,u divorce him while he went
to jail ar would .ou "stick"?
Edith Roberts in "Luring Lips"
Comedy and Magazine
iilliNDAY, Dec. Illii..
1 n ry
woman instinct, dormant for so long, sud-
came to life and the pleasure- ovui'' Lorelie
suddenly transformed into an avenging
In Tho Heart ot A Fool"
An Allen Owen I'niilnctiiiii
Kroia Win. Allen Whito's epic of Ainerieiin life.
Johnny Hines in a Torchy Comedy
And The Weekly
WEDNESDAY, Dec. i4
A nip of old Scotch
"Bunty Pufis The Strings"
I'n.ia I lie famous isliiti coiiirdy
"Reuieuibei- a double weddin'll pay a .smaller
fee then two weddin's "
LEATRCE JOY CULLEW LAKDIS
Csson Ferguson Raymond Hatton
It's i'ood! what's more to say
Added Two-Port Comedy