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FAIR PLAY, STB. GENEVIEVE. MISSOURI.
Tlm Kordson cuts tlio cost of preparing land almost to linlf of what it
cost witli horses But oven more important is thu fact that the Kordson saves
From thirty to fifty percent of the lariner's time. And time saved jettinw
fields in shape to plant in the proper season; gnttint: tilings done when they
should he done means money to the farmer. Besides it helps greatly In
solving the labor problem.
As ever, the iiiiiuhinu way is pinvinir mure elfirii'iit, faster, easier tlinn the old
Imiiil wiiy. In the fiiuinry, the iniicliinii inert'iives itliictioii, save Iiilmi pt'oilu-is moie
lit lo-is ciwt. And tlnil is wluit tlio Kiirdsiiii dons on tin- Turin. Tim Konlsmi way is the
machine wny of I'nriui nr. Hc-mles it help tlm labor prnhli'iii.
Tin' Koidsnn's lir.il cot is low; and tlm after or opt'iatiui; post is low. It is a emu-pai-t.
easily hand UmI tractor, hacked ly tin- neatest tiaetor service urcani.ution in tlm
Wo mo KonNoti dealers. Not only do wo soil LWoNoii tractors, lint we carry n
stoi'k of Foidson units and employ FoiiImiii mechanics to help tlm farmers i;et the best ie
suits I'n mi tlm KoriNon. Let us demonstrate the Konlson mi your own farm.
KOKl) Al'THOItlKKD S ALIOS A XI) SHltVK'1-J
We are again able to offer a very popular size
Photograph at $3,50 per dozen
Either Brown or Grey, suitable for bust or figures.
'A Good Provider"
When it comes to being "a
good provider," no man would
pride himself on furnishing
trash liberally for his family.
The family is entitled to good,
A i wholesome food that holns
THE FAIR PLAY.
SATUKDAY. N0VE.MIIEU 13. 1820.
ONK YKAIl .
At this time of year motorists,
touring wooded regions, should
bo especially careful about
throwing away cigar or cigarette
ends. Do not be responsible for
Entermt lit tlm Piistnlllee lit St. OPftrvlBTOi 1 devasti!l'r fot'CSt i'lfd
Mil, ns necdiiil-cliixH mall mutter. i 1-1 ' '
In some of the cotton raisin tr
states, the dissatisfaction at the
falling price of cotton has led
masked riders to threaten far
mers who sell cotton, or gin
neries that market it, with per
sonal violence or destruction of
property. The agitators demand
that the crop be held until the
price rises to forty cents a
pound. The governors of
kansas. Alabama, Georgia
Notice is hereby given that
limiting and trespassing by day or
night on our laud is strictly for
Diiliieii. v niinters will lie prose
fitted to the full extent of l.liu law.
J. C. Duuitv and Touy DltlTKV,
nilv liloomsdiile, Alo.
After the tirst harvest of the
Plymouth colonists in J (21 ,
Gov. Bradford made provisions
for a day of thanksgiving and
prayer. In 1817 New York
made Thankgiving Day an an-
tv. i nual event, at d in a little while
!tm (all the states had adopted it. In
Smith Carolina issued proclama-; W 1 President Lincoln appoint
lions or public statements, call
ing on citizens and public offi
cial to put an end to the tor
roisin of the night riders.
ed a day of thanksgiving and
'prayer, since which time the
, Presidents have issued a Thanks
I giving proclamation.
Don't cover the parsnips.! Uiivid Wark Grillith, the mas
Le ivo them in the ground. The lo'' 111,11 ir"'tor, is preparing to
harder they freeze, the better;
and when the freeze goes out of
the ground in March you will
have a wholesome and toothsome
vegetable at the time it is most
give up his elaborate studio near
New York at a great loss as he
i says that tilin production in the
e.ist suffers too many handicaps.
He will build a new two million
dollar studio in Hollywood, California.
It is the same with reading.
Good reading pleases and creates
its own hunger for more good
reading. The Youth's Compan
ion is the best or reading Tor all
every member every age.
And it comes every week
crowded with the best. Lot us
Drove it with a sample.
The Youth's Companion has
I long since ceased to provide for
Youth" alone. It has become
the favorite all-the-family weekly
of America. Its name is a mis
nomer, but is retained for the
sentiment it has generated in
American homes through its ser
vice to every age.
Still i..-)0 for a year of .-:! is
sues, but this price not guar
anteed beyond .lanuary 1, next.
New subscribers for l'.):M will
1. The Youth's Companion
i2 issues in Hli'l.
2. All remaining weekly 1020
Ii. The Companion Home Cal
ender for 1)'2 .
All the above for Sil.fiO.
I. McCall's .Jagazino for
l'.)21, 1.:.0 the monthly fashion
authority. Both publications
for only !.'!. TiO.
Tl I K YO I JTII'S COM PA N ION,
Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul
St., Boston, Mass. adv
Missouri is rich in big caves.
It has mountains and hills of
limestone, and these are good
places for caves. Bluffs of the
Mississippi lliver abound in
Marble Cave in Stone County,
is called the most magnificent in
Missouri. It is forty miles from
Marlonvillo on the Frisco rail
road. The feature or Marble
Cave is its auditorium, within
which is said to be the largest
arch in the world. It is 111.") foot
high. This chamber is ellipti
cal, being cf0 feet long and 125
feet wide. The perfect arch is
one hundred feet longer than
that of the Mormon Temple at
Salt Lake City.
Three miles from the Marble
Cave is a cavern said to be the
most beautiful in the Mississippi
Valley Fairy Cave. Stone
County in the midst of the
Ozark mountains has more
caves than any mother Missouri
county. Among them or To .veil
Cave, Gentry's Cave, the Sugar
Tree Hollow Cave, Pine Run
Cave, Mill Cave, 'the Hermit's
Cave, the Wolf's Den. Key nurd's
and the Wild Man's Cave, all
caverns of considerable extent.
The Cave River of Greer
Spring, in Oregon Co mty, is
another well known underground
cavern of Missouri. Oregon
County also hits Bat Cave and the
Saltpeter caves. These caves
are notable for their stalactite
Sinun's Cave, near Ste. Gene
vieve, lias a subterranean river
and miles of halls. Capt. Llisha
Grey once entered this cave with
an exploring party He became
separated from the expedition
and was not found until the
third day, although he had
sought to get out every minute
of his inmrisonment.
Fisher's Cave, " seven miles
southeast of Springfield, is an
other Missouri Cave that is well
known. The cave has a large
opening. A body of water fol
lows the underground nassaire
It is navigable by boat for almost
half a mile. Over this body of
water the farmer who owned
the land above the cave bored a
well. When the drill struck the
cave it dropped to the bottom.
An everlasting well of water
was obtained, but it was not
until sometime later that visi
tors in the cave, though seeintr
rays of light in it, made the dis
covery that the farmer was
pumping water from the flowing
river in the cave.
The great onyx caves of Ha
li one of those smashing
western tales big with adven
ture, stirring in action and
representative of the strongest
and most interesting types na
tive to a great environment.
where he no doubt loves to be;
dealing with thrills, dramatic
purposes, mystery, suspense and
best of all charming romance.
If you have read "The Strange
Case of Cavendish," "Beyond
the Frontier," "The Red Mist,"
"Love Under Fire," "Beth Nor
vell," "When Wilderness Waa
King," or any one of nearly a
score that have come from his
busy pen, you know what to
expect. In each story there is
generally a surprise, something
different. In this case the
unique feature is in a strange
marriage an unconventional
Coming as a Serial
in this Paper
Watch for It!
ft. W, LAKHIHG, M. D.
Stc. Genevieve, M
calls answered promptly day or nlgnt
Office at Lnnmvu Qvuy .Store
DR. LOUIS J. BIRSNER
PHYSICIAN Jb SUUGHON
OFK1CH OVKU11INCH & DOUGLAS'
Office Hi) Telephones Kcs. -13
Office Hums, WciilulayH:
012 ii. in. '-'-4 p. in, 7-8 p. in
Sundays: !)'! n. in.
Dr. IS- S. Rob.;?,
Office boy Hindi A IIomkIiis' Dm.. i
8to. uenevlovn. M
ftI tmnaftnt m ......I uu..... ..
L.?m8,llc ?.nd Klvf. I'eolnl nltmilloii .
eollectloce on atlnccesslilo imltita, rnmlltn
promptly nt lowest rates ,
IIKNIiY J, II .! im,
SPECIAL FALL RATES
1.75 to St. Louis
Meals and Berth
Cheaper than staying at home.
eA. n ii et1 i leaves Stc. Genevieve
Str. Bald Eagle Thursday and Sunday
at 3 p. m.
CHEAP FREIGHT RATES EXPRESS SERVICE
For further information applv to
EAGLE PACKET CO., or ANDREW WILDER,
St. Louis, Mo. Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
I At a conference in New York
this week, of representatives of
the country's biggest gas and
oil companies, the fear that many
eastern cities would go without
gas this winter was expressed
on auuouiiLui uie inauint.y oi gas
men to obtain snflicient supplies
of gas oil at any price, due to its
increased use in the automobile
In I'Yance noted criminals are
... .wl ... 1 1 . ! .
iimiji; hi m;,ih aim sing nuo jl
phonograph before their dis
charge from orison, that in fu
ture their voice may be identi
fied in case of need.
T l ;
Notice No hunting or tress
passing allowed on my properly
day or night.
adv Fhank A. HniiMA.v.
The undci-sk'ncd will sell at nubile
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920,
nt 0 o'clock n. m. on thu Mrs. Emily
Dub our farm 2 miles northwest of
Jloomsdiiio the following nronertv:
1 black niiiro, 1 liht bay maro with
foul, 1 dtirk bay nmio with foul. S)
years old, 1 cominir U years old black
horse, work anywhere.. 1 yearlinfr
lilloy, - sucklinirmulcs. '2 two year old
boifers, 5 beads of boirs, 1 irood do-'.
1 lijjht farm wnjfon, i biitfjf.v, 1 set
tarm Harness, l ten Inch turnin
lilow, 1 McCormick mower, 1 one
horse corn drill, cross cut saws, 1
two gallon Uolstein butter rcaer,
household goods und kitchen furni
ture and many other things to num
erous to mention.
TERMS: All sums of $10.00 and
under cash in bund, on all sums of
over MO.UU a credit of 12 months will
be given purchaser, providing
bankable note lie giving bcarlntr
s per cent interest. A discount of 2
per cent wilt bo allowed on all cash
sales over $10.00.
Lunch will be served on tho
In case of rain sale will be the fol
r. B. Stuauqh an, Auctioneer, adv
II a Tonka, in Camden county.
with their underground rivers
and lakes, are among the most
wonderful in the world Mos-
by's Missouri Message.
DONT' RISK NEGLECT
Don't iifgleut a constant baukaclic,
sharp, darting pains or urinary disor-
iicrs. ine imager ot Uiopy or
Hriglit's disease is too serious to ig
nore. Use Dean's Kidney Pills as
have your friumls and neighbors,
Ask your neighbors? A Sto. Oolio
lames Donovan, sta. tlreinan, Ste.
tlenuyiuvu, says: "Doing so much
bunding anil heavy lifing 1 believe is
what weakened my kidneys and
caused backache, about three years
ago. I had been laid up a couple days
at that ti.ne and could hardly tuin
over in bed alone. Many times I
would have to walk mound in n
stooped position. My kidneys acted
too frequently and the secretions con
tained a red-briek-dust lilui sediment,
I had dizzy spells so badly tint t I
would have to take hold of something
to steady myself. Doan's Kidney
Pills dually eonected the trouble.
giving mo pi'iniiinent relief. Now if
I teel a little tired I get Doan's at
IjHuuiiig's Ding Store and they tlx
mid up over night,"
Price OOe, nt all dealers. Don't
simply ask lor a kidney remedy gut
GOOD GLASSES PAY
In dollars and dents, time
and comfort. They will not
cost so niiiuli for repairs,
tliey will hold their shnpu
better and will ho serviculile
long after others are thrown
away. Prices are entirely
Doan's Kidney Pills
Mr. Donovan had.
Co., Mfrs,. Buffalo, N,
'the same that
Compilations by representa
tives of the American Red Cross
in 18 countries, show that 12,
000,000 children in Europe lost
one or both parents during the
I am now located in Ste. Gene
vieve, my office is oyer Josepl
httrien's BIiicksiiiiMi .Shop where
am prepared to repair Watches
Clocks, Sewing Machines, (itins
Pistols, or anything with a spring
in it. Will cull for and return
clocks and sewing machines any
place in town It is myinteiition
to stay here so long ns 1 can inula
a living, so I solicit the patromiRo
ot ouo and nil
ady FKi;i W. (J 13 Hit
Milk delivered to nil parts of the
city. 1 J cents quart, i cents pint
Tickets sold 8 quarts ami 1 pint
tor f 1 .00. 8 pints for 00 cents,
adv Stk. Uknkvikvk (JukamAkx
Notice Anyone caught limit
iug. trapping or otherwise tress
passing o'i our land will he prose
uuted. W. W. Wilder
utly 0. M IUjtludok
DR. L. J. HUB EH
O 111 co a bOTe KiKlGilge'a Drug Sloio
HENRY L. R0ZIER
I A N K
C J. STAN TOW.
ittorcoj and Counsellor ai - Law
tl"Wltl imullr. In all I'jo OoiirU of the
! , 1 .r"U'l .ittciilUiti Klvi'i; load liiifilnra
"..vii ... my cure
sin. unncvinvn. Mo.
""Jl 1 11JIVjl 111
Mhullir. Il..t..-ri. .!.. oi.
lotio In thvlmuBt fltylnntreaHonR(l(;rnlc-6.
Jne h n polite anil nUlllful liarlinr. it ml In ul-
Vn8lll rAlllniiaatniiuri.i.n.. d-ii t
kcl utrcnt. "
Slllivllie, lllllr-ClllllllL'. ftllillll Imnl it r . oi.. . I..
tli lalfnt KtylcR. I'rniiiiit i.tu-nUim uiul muitii
rHZnris. l itur ntitriiiiHirc Im ri.diu-.iiniiu a, .it...
oil. ;;iniMin Jluln Sln'ul, oihiobIIm LauHineN
liOeatl on Market Street Wcht of
For liiHt-ehiHs work call on inn.
Shaving, hairciitiiiK. Hhainpnonini.',
file., in the latest styles.
MasuRing and all other sot
vices rendered in up-to-date
Located in Uottleu's Buii.dinq
to"! A w
1 Will irlVA ttfnl1 ntlnhllnh ... ii.. t ..
.milieus. ItollRlile.trlvcrH, koimI liorra, arm.
clinij iHiggles ntnl cither vehicle bIwbjb In
readliictg. Morten lionnle.l by tlie niciil, 0m
"ion ni iiucrni rates. Ksiicciul ntlcntlon
Xlvoiitocciiniierolaltravelere. Ueneral tmbllt
. .. . .uajDU...l nuIOOI,
Fidsliif Fhosnis Fire Insurance Go.
Op New Yokk
Fai m denartnient nolieies ImkihoI
Lii-o, Litrlitniiuc, "Wliuli
For full particulars address
Ilurr.y Panohot, Aiyont
rhone Hull Kil'2 Sto. Genevieve, Mo.
E. B. MOREAU
OFFiOK-nvorBunk Sto. Gon.
srx. Gff.v&visrs. ,vo.'
There li more Catarrh In this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, ana for years It was sup-
fiosed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
ocal remedies, and by constantly falllnK
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
It Incurable. Catarrh is a local dlscaso,
greatly influenced by constitutional con
altlMia and therefore requires constitu
tional tieatmcnt. Hall's Catarrh Modi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, In a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces,
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re.
ward Is offered for any, ctiae that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for
circulars and1 testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 76c. '
iUU'i Family run xor coniUjiatlon.