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FAIR PLAY. STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI. '
Your Good Little Bad QirB
A drama of : man who, with trust
betrayed, and wife dishonored, seeks a
just revenge, corners his man but whose
hands are lcept unstained by the law of
7:00 p. m.
Circuit Court Proceedings
Monday, October LM. Vj-2I.
State nse of Attorney General
vs. E. E. Swink, plaintiff takes
Dora Simino vs. Illinois South
ern Ry. Co., cause dismissed by
plaintiff at plaintiff's cost.
The W. T. Rawleigh Co. vs.
Raymond Grithor ot aJ., judg
ment in favor of plaintiff for $000
and stay of execution for J!0
.). S. Manning vs. St. .foe Lead
Co., continued upon application
of defendant and at defendant's
Malinda Dana vs. Farm
e LYRIC THEATRE
2Pi o &i?xyxi.
JACK PICKFORD and RSOLLY rVlALONE
In (!f.oi(i:i: Aui: Comedy-Romance
"Just Out of College55
A OolCnvvu Picture
Comedy and Magazine
RffliSdreti Harris Qhaptin
supported by lYlfLTQN SILLS
A'. 1 "ws t Na t io i ) a 1 A 1 1 r a t t i n
"TIIK INFERIOR SEX"
Tliry had liit th'- 'ihuiKi'i ou- curve" in their married
life iiiid slii- knew Iit lnihb, v, us -.KiiUI i ny ! Was her the
inferior' or' did -.he show hulile. ii thiny or two?
Johnny Hiriey in."Torchy Mixes In"
and The Weekly
'B All! JAR A CA STL ETON"
in a T-'part GoIDWfili. Picturo
"The Branding Bron"
A powerful, rod-bloodqd drama" of the West
7:30 Comedy and Magazine Added 10c
COOK in "THE HUNTSMAN"
"The First Born"
All of the lure of the land of the poppy,
laminating in its dramatical intensity and
telling a story of love, devotion and re
venge. I'Yoin the slave market of the
Floang Ho to San hYancisco's Chinatown,
I lie story weaves its picturesque way.
RUTH ROLAND in
"Rulh of The Rockies"
ers & Merchants P.ank at I(1cs
tus, continued upon application
of plaintiff at plaintiff's cost.
George H. Crow et al. vs.
Bank of Maiden. continued upon
application of plaintiff till next
I regular term.
; D. A. Culp vs. Pemiscot Co.
Hank et al., continued. Five
j others causes also for equity
State use of "Win. P. lluck.
Collector, vs. Illinois Southern
i Ry. Co., continued.
! Stale use Collector vs. James
"Willis et al., settled,
j State use Collector vs. R. II.
Benedict et al., settled.
"W. A. Cooper vs. Thelsa
i Smith, damage, (dismissed at
Don't lot anything but
.vour wedding prevent
.you from coining around
to sec Bobo Daniels in
her very best comedy
olToriti, "The Speed
Girl." And if you've al
ready married, bring tlio
Whole family, for this is
Kealart's cleanest, fun
niest and peppiest sorio
comedy. Speed? o It will make a
streak of greased lightn
ing look as if it's standing
10c and 15c
cost of plaintiff.
Mabel Boy or et al. s. the
J'ozier Quarry & Mfg. Co., dam
age, dismissed at cost of defen
dant. TncsoAY, Octoiiku 27vn.
bank of Ste. Genevieve vs.
Charles l' Gcgg, account. Con
tinued. George W. Biri vs. Argic
Bii'i, divorce granted.
Petit jury is discharged.
II. I1'. Woodward vs. American
Agriculteral College, continued.
Mildred Wilson ts. Paul A.
Wilson, divorce granted.
Joseph Govreau vs. Williel
mina Joggerst, partition order
ed. Alice Byrne vs. Jon T. Byrne,
WK.DN'KSDAY, OiJT. 20th.
t Grand Jury dismissed.
Lourt aujourncs until Tues
day, November 1st.
New Water Helon Oistrct Attracts
A hall-million dollar cash crop
of watenui'llons is grown annual
ly in two counties of southeast
ern Missouri, which were recent
ly considered swamp counties.
By clearing and draining these
lands a sandy soil is obtained,
which 'with abundant moisture
and hot weather, is making the
section widely known for its
watermollons. The district,
which has been developed the
oast 10 years, ce iters around
Konnett, where a representative
of the bureau of Markets and
Crop Kstiniates, United' States
Department of Agriculture, is
stationed each year to aid in
marketing the crop. The season
extends appoximately from July
'jr to Auifust .'!0. which irlionf
j bridges the gap between heavy
j southern shipments and the
I heavy yield farther North. At
this-period Missouri becomes
j temporarily the most important
i watermellon shipping district of
THE BOVERIE STORE CO,
The Birds' Homes
Eacli mother bird lias her own
way of making the nest, bub
there is one. thing almost all of
thorn try to do, and that is to
hide it. They cannot put their
little homos out in plain sight,
as we do our houses, because so
many creatures want to rob
them. Squirrels, and snakes,
and rats, and some big birds,
and cats, like to eat eggs and
So most birds try, first of all,
to find good hiding places. Some
tiny warblorsgo to The tops of
the tallest trees and hide the
nest among (he leaven. Orioles
hang the swinging cradle at the
end of a branch, where cats and
snakes and naughty boys can-
not coino. Song sparrows tuck
the little homo in a tuft of weeds
on the ground, and bobolinks
hide it in the deep grass.
After a safe place is found,
they have to get something to
build oT. They hunt all about
and gather small twigs, or grass
steins, or rootlets, and pnh nar
row strips of baric off the grape
vines and birch trees; or they
pick up strings and horse-hairs,
and many other things. Robins
and swallows use mud.
As the. go on building, the
mother bird gets inside and
turns, around and around to
ma'.vo it lit her "form, and be
smooth and comfortable for her
to sit. in.
When a nest is made, it must
bo lined, Then some birds go
to the chicken yard and pick up
feathers and others line horse
hairs. Some of thorn pull of the
soft down that grows on plants
or get bits- of wool from the
sheep pasture, or old loaves from
the woods and make it soft and
Some bird homos are only
platforms, where it seems as if
the eggs would roll off, and
others are deep burrows or'
holds n the ground where no
one can get im Some are dainty
baskets hung between two
twigs and others are tiny cups
of felt with lichens outside.
There are as many different
way's as there are kinds of birds
to make them.
Card of Thanks '
Our heartfelt thank's are ex
tended to all who assisted us
during the illness ami at the
death of our dear wife and mo
ther. R. II. AlMHNATUY
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State Teac'ners To Hold Big Meeting At
St, Louis November 2-5
One hundred percent enroll
ment in practically all towns and
counties in the state and the
largest attendance in its history
will mark the opening of the
"rObh annual meeting of the Mis
souri State Teachers' Associa
tion which will bo held in St.
Louis November :.-:, V.Y2, no
cording to reports reaching the
office of the secretary. President
Threlkeld has been fortunate
this year in securing the best
talent of the country on the gen
oral program, among, whom are:
Hon. Arthur M. Hyde, GO'vor
nor of Missouri,-Dr. M. L. Bur
ton, President, University of
Michigan, Dr. L. I). Coffman,
President, University of Minne
sota, Dr. Hdward O. Elliott,
Chancellor, University or Mon
tana, Miss Charl O;. Williams,
President, N. 10. A., , Dr. b "W.
Maroney, Director Physical
Training, Stale Department
Public Instruction, New Jorsey,
'Dr. A. D. Dean, Professor Vo
cational Hdueational, Columbia
University, New York, Dr. Wo
miett Stevens, Professor Secon
dary Judication, Teachers Col.
lego, Now York, Miss h'lora J,
Cooke, Principal, I'Yancis Par.
Iter Schpol, Chicago, Dr. C, N,
Moore, Professor Mathematics,
University or Cincinnati, Mr.
Albert lidmund Brown,' Llari-
Poland China Stock Hogs
Consisting yi somo good, young, serviceable boars
and young gilts, both open and brod will be
Sold at Public Sale
At the Chatie3 Burgert Shop in Ste. Genevieve
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 192
Sale Begins at 10 a. m.
Everyone of those hogs are guaranteed lobe pure
brod and lirst clas.Sj and will bo sold regardless of price.
Hog raisers, here's your chance to get
some good hogs.
W. F. SCHAADE
J. W. GREEN
T. B. STRAUGHAN,' Auctioneer
tone, Lowell, Mass., lion. Sam.
A. Baker, State Surei intendent
Public -Schools, Jefferson City,
Di J. Ii. Coursanlt, Dean of the
School or Education. University
or Missouri, Miss Ella V. Dobbs,
Assistant Professor Manual
Arts," University of Missouri,
Dr. J. 1). Ell iff. Professor,
School of Administration, Uni
versity of Missouri, President
E. Ii. Hendricks. Central Mis
souri State Teachers' College,
Warronsburg, President John 11.
Kirk, Northeast Missouri State
Teachers, College, ICirksville,
President Uel W. Lamkin, North
west Missouri State 'Poachers,
College, Maryville. President
Joseph A. Serena, Southeast
Missouri State Teachsrs's Col
lege, Cape Girardeau, Mr. A.
Ij. Threlkeld, President Mis
souri fetate Teachers Associa
tion, Miss Elizabeth L. 'White,
Superintendent Vernon County
The department programs are
also excellent and contain the
names or many or the leading
educators of the state.. A rate
of one and one half faro for the
round trip lias been secured for
the St. Louis convention. Write E.
M. Carter, Secretary, Columbia,
Missouri, or your county or city
superintendent for the Identi
fication Certificate which is no
cessary to secure the reduced
FORMING GOOD READING
If pai-onts wish their children
to form good reading habits
they must first form such habits
tjieinselves. And there is no
better way to do this than to
bring iiHo the household a peri
odical that will be of interest to
every member or it; that will
supply Iio best reading for old
and young. Among the period
icals of this description The
Youth's Companion is nniipie.
Not only does it aim to entertain
and inform boys and girls in
their teens, as its name sug
gests, hut there is not a page in
it that parents can pass over
The - issues ol' 1) will be
crowded with serial stories,
short stories, editorials, poetry,
facts and fun. Subscribo now
and receive: '
I. The Youth's Companion 7r2
2. All the remaining issues of
15 The Companion Home Calen
der for 11122. All forS2.30.
1 Or include McC.ilI's Matruzine.
the authority on fashions. Bothl
publications, only $:),()(). ,
TUN YOUTH'S COMPANION, j
Commonwealth Ave. & St. J
Paul St., Hoston, Mass. ' adv.
thi: hciiooi. or uxpuuth
The natluir duty is seldom
overgrown with grass. More
often it is weeds, t
XorttutjSTCon Elbhth e ttfeiL&fStsS'
Lost A vetenary metal
syringe about M inches long
between Ste. Genevieve Cream
ery and Bauinan's Garage. Re
turn to A. H. Clark and receive
For, Sale A barrel I 10 gal
lon butter churn. Apply to
Thos. .1. Rozior. . adv
Strayed Krom my farm
near Clement, Mo., 2 large red
sows, weight about 300 lbs. .each,
both heavy with pigs. Reward.
Notify J. C. Williams, Brickev's,
Mo. ' "adv
- - m v
I'or u Liinitml Tinm Only. Two
$1.00 imeloiKca of "MOW: HOUS"
for if 1.00v Ot'tocKs rliliinu' tlrn Kail
and Wintoi- by iisin' this well known
p ldd u ((M-. Sdiit pir-timiil to your
adiboss. SIMON 1IOOU. A emit.
.Slur lioutfl Has No. 1.
lv SU. GciiL-viiivo, Mo.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled irronoMils, addressed to tlio
County (Jlcrlc, Ste. Ounnviovo, Mis
souri, and endorsed "Proposal for
construetlon (or improving) .Stato
Koad, Projort 20.1(H), Kto. Gems v 1p vo
County." will ire received Irv tho
Stato Highway Hoard until ' 10:00
o'clock a. m. on the 4tli day of No
vember, 11)21. and at that time will ho
publicly opened and read at tho
County Court House.
Tho proposed work includes jfi-ad-111',
coustrtictinj,' culverts and wooden
.rm. ...1 ...1.1 . .. . .
mi , iHl""--r- j uri any inci-
uoniai worK on tlio Stato Hoad from
Woinjriirteji, .southwestwardlv, tho
total length of tlio improvement bob)"
1 . 4(11 miles. "
The, engineer's contract estimate of
cost for the work is $IK,:i.'Sj.H2.
1 Minis and specifications am on lilo
and may ho Inspected in the olllco of
the County Clerk, in the olllco of
Division ICiitflnopr M. S. Murrav,
Sikeston, Missouri, or at tlio olllco or
tho State Ulgluvny Department, Jef
ferson. City, .Missouri. '
A or plans and sirecilications
may he obtained from Mr. Murrv up
on deposit of len dollars (1(5.00),
which amount will ho refunded if both
plans and specifications are returned
in tfood condition within ten days
alter ditto of the letting.
I'liynients will lie niado directly hv
the Stale on monthly estimates, but
should not he uxnected prior to tho
last of tho month for tho estimate of
tho precedinf; month.
Proposals shall he .submitted upon
dank forms provided for tlio purpose
ly Mr. Murray, and shall he accom
panied by certiliod check, made pay
able to tho Treasurer of tho Stato of
Missouri, for 11 vo (fi) per cent of tiro
amount of the bid.,
The riffht is reserved by tho Stato
litrliway Hoard to reject unv or all
ALKXANDKU W, CIttAIIAM,
State Highway Knjflneor,
"lv . .lelTorson City, Mo.
When in need of cat (lowers for fn
iierals, weddinu's. pm tics or (leconi
five purposes, WL. wi fm.Mjs, t(jm
in any desin desired. Prices iiIwmvh
reasonable. Plionu loi).
'"lv hKO 0. BASbKU.
SAUER SCHOOL al ZELL
Saturday, Ocfo&sr 29lh
at 7-;!j(J p. m.
Girls are requested to
A Box of (Ja::dy will bo
awarded to tho most point-girl.