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title: 'Fair play. (Ste. Genevieve [Mo.]) 1872-1961, August 20, 1921, Image 8',
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Three More Nights of Gladness For The
Presents with pleasure
A First National Attraction
Even as Eve. But she went Eve one better
Clyde Cook in "Don't Tickle"
Stelzsnio News Aesops Fcilales
AlPhoto Drama of Mystery and Red Blooded Adventure
A Talc of The Open Seas
Snub Pollard Comedy
A Picnic That Became a Man Hunt
Wan da Haw ley
Supported by WALTER HEIRS, the funny fat man
in "A KISS IN TIME"
"ft wis an amazing afternoon. He mot Inn for the tir.st time at throe; at
she had kissed him and told him that she loved him " Ah! she was romantic!
Next Episode "Thunderbolt Jack"
DIDN'T HAVE TO ASK FOR IT
Simple Matter of Finance by Which
Frederick Became Possessed of
Frederick 1ms not yet learned the
addition nnd multiplication tables, but
he lias reached such an understand
5riK of finance as a verb transitive
that one wonders as to Ills future.
"Here, Frederick, you bo niother'a
bis man nnd lake this empty milk bot
tle to the grocery on the corner and
brliiB hack u full bottle of fresh milk
"And I pay the money to the man,
"No, dear. You know how we get
It sometimes. The man will charge
"Haven't you got nny pennies, mum
"No, Frederick, mumsle hasn't any
pennies for candy'thls time. Now bo
careful. That's a nice little man."
Frederick returned safely with a
bottle of best grade milk. Also, he
had a line ull-duy sucker In his mouth.
"Why, Frederick 1 I hope you didn't
ask tho grocer to give you that can
dy!" The sucker bad to be removed be
fore the youngster could articulate.
"No I wouldn't nsk I paid for It."
"1'aldl Where did you get tho
"He give me a nickel for the empty
Wttlc and then I pay for tbo sucker,
aud then then he charge you for the
ew bottle milk."
WHAT' REAL VACATION MEANS
Play Is the Foundation, and That Con
lists of Doing Anything That
Is Not Work.
A real vacation, If you enn get one,
consists of play, asserts L'reston Slos
son In the New York Independent.
PIhv Is the ODiioslte of work, l'lay Is
whatever Is done for Its own sweet
akn. If von build a lire to warm
yourself or to cook a dinner you are
If vim Inilld ii bonfire because you
like to see sparks redden against tint
sable 'background of the night you are
at play. It you dance to Improve
your waistline or to learn a new step
you are. working.
If you dance because you "Just
can't make your feet behave" when
tho orchestra starts, you are playing
If you go fishing to catch llsh you
nro' ns much at work as If you were
building bridges or writing editorials
to mnke money. If you go llshlng In
the true fisherman's spirit you won't
cure much whether they bite or not.
The mention mind Is a law unto
Itself. If It enjoys an occupation It
keeps on while the enjoyment lasts,
thought every fiber of the tired body
may be shouting "quit."
If it ceases to enjoy an occupation
It stops at once, though It create con
sternatlon nil around. A real vacu
tlon Is a trip Into a fairy hind, where
tho natives never heard of duties-or
obligations anil the only law Is "Uo
what you really like."
Rew Scliool Law
Under a new school Jaw teach
ers in "Missouri much furnish a
Tho law .says that no teacher
shall be employed to teach in the ' Ull.tetl f()1. lliei, Kiw, bul s
schools oi tiie suue wno nas ,mcked whcm Um ()ficci,s
not iu rnisiictl a certiticalo )y a
reputable physician, showing
said teacher to be in good health
and free from any contagions
disease at the time the certrJi-
Acting on a tip last week; loose and lloatcd down to Fort
Sheriff McGuire and Deputy Ed. i tiage. Tho stills were made of a
Kalbitz went to Fort Gage last : wash boiler and an oil can. Three
Saturday and found two full jugs of liquor and two shot guns
grown stills on a houseboat tied , were also taken in the raid. The
up at that place. "When the I men and woman are in jail.
officers went aboard the men K hosier. 111., Herald.
soon i "
cate is grantad.
The above law does not, how
ever, apply where the district
receives no state aid.
great men and women.
showed they meant business
Two men and a woman were ar
rested, Yv. U. Williams and wife
and Clarence Boss, who claimed
their home was at Bonne Torre,
Mo. They claimed ttiat they
had just recently bought the
boat and did not know that the
stills were on it, It seems that
tho boat had been tied on the
.Missouri shore but had broken
, Specials for Saturday and Sunday
Almond, and onerry Stolen
Everything in tho line of
Pastry, Apple Tarts, Cream Rolls, Cream Puffs, Etc.
We Have Special on Bread
Two Regular size loafs for L15 cents
Three extra large loafs for .25 cents
Also the genuine Rye Bread
Place your orders for Stolen no later than Saturday
morning a 9:30 o'clock.
l am again taking orders for
the well known Stark Brothers
Nurseries and Orchard (Jo. of
Lomsana, Mo., tho largest and
oldest nursery in America.
Any one wishing fruit trees
of any kind can see meat ,1ns
II. EtY rein's Blacksmith Shop or
write oi phone and I will call
and take your order.
II. A. HAHN,
Ste. Genevieve, Mo
adv Phone 815
Call 224 REPAIRING Call 22-1
Typewriters, Sewing and Talk
ing Machines, Carburator
Magnetos and Motor Work
Bicycles, Guns, Lawn Mowers
.Furniture and Painting.
adv Artisan J. E. C. HUNT
Send Films to us on Monda
and they will bo liuished Wed
nesdny, and if you get them to
us on Thursday they will be
finished Saturday. "Wo ar
finishing Twice a week Now
Just installed the latest equip
mcnt lor buperior u (.utile Fin
adv Ste. Genevieve, Mo
WHICH IS YOUR HOBBY - - -
STARS? -PLAYS? or AUTHORS?
No matter which it is, you'll find it satisfied
by this week's program at the LYRIC.
- - These Stars - -
1. CULLEN LANDIS
Mo I Icy. Malono
2. ANITA STEWART
3. MITCHEL LEWIS
- - In These Plays - -
1. "IT'S A GREAT LIFE"
2. "lyiND THE PAINT GIRL"
"Torchy In I Huh"
3. "BURNING DAYLIGHT"
- - By These Authors - -
1. MARY ROBERTS REINHART
2. .SIR ARTHUR W. PINERO
3. JACK LONDON
The LYRIC Theatre
7:30 p. m.
Cherry and Plum Trees.
Can you positively distinguish 1
tweon a cliurry tree and u plum tree
Jn the Miring of the year before the
trees carry fruit? You may think
that you can, yet, so similar arc honu
cherry and plum trees that eventual
ly you will .surely fall unless you em
ploy the simple rule that trained hor
ticulturists follow. That one. Infall
ible guide Is this: The leaves of tho
cherry, both In the bud and jubt after
merging from the bud, are fouled to
gether like the pages In a book, while
those of tho plum are rolled up like
magazine. And, by the way, tho
leaves of the peach are folded like
those of the cherry, and the leaves
of the apricot are rolled like those
of the plum.
The undersigned will sell at
Public Auction at his farm (The
McClennahan Farm) 1 miles
.south of Kinsoy on tho Kinney
ind Law renceton road on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 15121
the following articles: 2 inures,
0 and '.) years old, 2 horses,
and 8 years old, 2 cows, 1 cow
with young calf, 1 heifer, 2 sows,
sow with pigs, 0 shotes, -12
lead of sheep, 1 new Massie-
Harris binder, 1 new Massie-
Harris mower; 1 disc harrow, 1
two-horse cultivator, 1 two
horse corn planter, 2 turning
plows, 1 farm wagon, 1 spring
wagon, 1 set of harness, 1 sad
die, 1 live horse power gasoline
engine, saw and frame, 1 ieed
cutter, 1 corn crusher with pul
ley, J hay rake, and other ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
Sale commences at 10 o'ciock
U W II
TERMS: All sums under
$10.00 cash. Sums over $10.00
credit of 12 months, purchaser
giving note bearing (S per cent
interest with approved security.
T. 13. STii.vaJUAiN, Auctioneer,
Notice To The Public
Have your shoes renal red at
Hindi's Shoo Shop cheaper than
the cheapest in town. adv
A strictly truthful person sel
doin has to deal with explan
'The Tractor will enable the farmer to
work fewer hours in the day, giving him
more time to enjoy life, I believe the trac- v
tor will make farming what it ought to be
'-the most pleasant, the most healthful,
the most profitable business on earth,"
This tractor has done much very much
in bringing true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for in
it is a machine which has harnessed pne of
the most dependable, efficient, adaptable,
economical sources of power in the world
a machine that saves from thirty to fifty
per cent of the farmer's time a machine
which many farmers claim plows, harrows
or drills as much ground in the same time
as four, six or even eight horses. And more
a machine that takes care of every power
job on the farm.
Call and let's talk it over, or telephone or
drop us a card and we will bring the facts to you,
AUTHORIZED S ALIOS AND S Eli VICE.
Teuring Car $415.00
Coupe. !; $695.00
Truck-Chassis .-... $495.00