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FAIR PLAY, STB, OENBVIBVB, MISSOURI.
7:30 p. m,
The LYRIC'S Program
A pleasant way to tlio early park of the evening, before taking
in .the big American Legion Dance. Show will be over by 0:1") p. m.
W GLADYS fej
Brimf ,11 of youth, dash and comedy, yet wholesome as buttermilk.
Remember the pretty little star or "Rich Girl, Poor Girl"?
Comedy and Magazine.
SUNDAY, Nov. 13lh....
? You old-tiiuots who frown on rnnnmco ami nro distrusted with this thing
called love, come and see yourself ii3 the, world jucu saw you!
with CLARA HORTON
19 and Phyllis"
- once to every man!
Did You Ever.. ..walk miles to a dance buy a, box of candy, stop at the
jeweler's window and look at the rings, ....talk to yourself
or walk in your sleep? If you did not, don't come!
Comedy and Magazine
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 16th.
One man had trampled a lily underfoot.
But another stooped and lifted the shat
tered blossom, ....and waited!
noted for her great role as Rose
in "The Miracle Man."
EMORY JOHNSON, CLARA HORTON, ROY STEWART, ETC.
No more enthralling story of love has ever appeared on the screen.
' After you've seen it, you'll know why it was pronounced the"' best
picture since "llumoresque."'
Comedy and Magazine
County Court Proceedings
Monday, Nov. 7, 15)21.
Court met pursuant to ad
journment. Present Thos. I?.
Straughan, Presiding Judge,
Vinee Yulleroy and .John G.
Gordon, Associate Judges, law.
1 Sieberl, Sheriff, A. A. Kniun-partiH-r,
ment No. 12. II. J.
Allowed Kolix IJauman $22f5..'J."i
road Avork district 4, "Win. Hoist
IU.S0 fenco along tato road, i
F. L. Schwent 5)5). SO improve-1
ments in district II! and 5)8. 'ir
road work etc. district 111. Chat..
P. Bioser 1 Oo.Jjri bridge district
1-1, A. C. Wade 17Afi
work district 11 and 51)
1 3 appropriated lo make a 1 Work etc. district 1 1, Joe Crump
hko amount subscribed for road 1S-1 road work etc. district lf,
improvement No. 51 and lohn , Ozora Marble Quarries Co. -101.03
Rulforty appointed road overseer.
$200 appropriated to meet
like amount subscribed for road
improvement No. 10 and R L.
Schwent appointed overseer.
In tlu matter of th petition
of Peter Unci loft' et til. for a
rock work special district 13, W.
K. Coffer, Sr., 1,000 school fund
i loan granted, C. J, Stanton 01.0(5
salary Prosecuting Attorney,
P. J. Rigdon 101 salary Circuit
Clerk and Recorder, 75 deputy
hire, Vivian Gaty 87.50 salary
Co. Supt. of Schools and !1.75
Drury to trict 14.
Tl'KSDAY, NOV. 8, 1021.
Allowed W. P. Graves S288.50
road work etc. dist. 7, Ed. Jog
gerst .'S.JJ5 repairs dist. 7, Jack
son McDaniol 7-1. ;)0 roadwork
dist. 12, Anton Hinni 0.00 shoe
repairs poor farm, James Pink
ley 12.Y salary supt. poor farm,
disbursements IK33, P. T. Har
llarter l!0.(55 special work dist.
15, W. R liudor 7.00 supplies
dist. 0, IJauman & Schweigert
1.55 repair road tools, 2.05
court house repairs, Joseph 11.
Effroin -10.00 pool1 farm repairs,
truck supplies used on each par
ticular piece of work where the
same Is being done by special
appropriation and also whore
wprk is being done to bo paid
for out of any district funds, and
to send a statement of samp, to
the County Clerk on the first of
each month. x
"W. E. Lewis et nl deposit 100.
with Treasurer lo improve the
Brickoys and Pronch Village
raid and a like sum is appor
tioned. The same to bo known
as road improvement No. 1SJ and
Theo. A. Ciirron is appointed to
IJill of costs in inquest on body
of Eli Harvey ordered certified
Hot Cocoa For Cold Days Is Food
In Cold weather it is good for
the younger children to Tiave a
hot drink before starting fop
school in the morning. Cocoa
made witli milk -is both a food
and a beverage, and most child
ren enjoy it for breakfast. The
United States Department of
Agriculture recommends cocoa
as a suitable addition to the hot
school lunch. When it is not
possible for the children to ob
tain it at school the mother may
serve it when the children get
home in the afternoon, or as
part of the evening meal. Pew
adults will refuse an appetizing
cup of cocoa for lunch or sup
per, when dropping in to call, or
when returning late at night
from a cold trip.
Make cocoa with whole or
skim milk if possible Allow 2
level teaspoons of cocoa and
about 2 level teaspoon fuls of
sugar to each half pint of milk.
While bringing the milk to'tlie
scalding point mix the cocoa and
sugar to a paste with a little cold
milk or water. Add to the hot
milk, bring to the boilding point,
and boil for about a minute. To
prevent scum from rising, beat
briskly with an egg beater.
Some persons like the addition
of a few drops of vanilla. Whip
ped cream or a marshmallow
may be Hon ted on lop of each cup.
changes of (public road. Anton i disbursements, Andrew Kraon-
i uirimissiouers to asses dama
ges and report at the iioxt term
Joi' Crump having loft the
utility, Joel Humors in appoint
( u (nerseor to serve the unex
,n red term.
Umid of Joel Humors, overtoil-
district 15, approved.
Anton Werner et al. dopssit
v ith the Treasurer ,-; for itn
pioing the Lawrenceton unci
French Village, road a.nd a like
amount is appropriated and to
be known as road improvement
Standard Oil Co. 7U.22 truck
supplies, Henry Okenfuss 15-1.10
state road supplies. 50.80 court
house supplies, 24.05 poor farm
supplies, Cape Girardeau Bell
j Tel. Co. 0.00 phone rent poor
larm, '0.;; phone rent court
Law. P. Carron andzlc yS.25.road work etc., S. O.Ji1()USO) j. If aumgartner H.15
llasler appointed as i Allen 8.-10 dragging district 15,
Clarence Wade 42 road improve
ment No. 1, J. P. Laudolt 1170.07
road improvement No. 1, ValA.
Roth 102.70 road work etc., J. P.
Landolt !170.0!5 .special work dis
trict I and J10.25 road work etc.
district 1, J. L. Straughan bO
road work etc. district 1 and 113
special work district 1, George
road improvement No. 7, Hy. J.
Drury 51.10 roadwork etc, W. P.
Werner 150.70 road work dis
trict Ii, Anton Werner 00 road
improvement No. ll.NacoTur
loy :0.05 road work etc., P. J.
Haecklo 0.50 roadwork etc., dis
trict 5. C.
ward 1J,o5 road work etc. dis
No. 11. Anton Werner overseer.
11. J. Drury et al. deposit
S122.20 with Treasurer for im
proving St. Louis j-oitd and a
like, amount is appropriated and
lo bo known .is mad improve
court house repairs, E. 1J. Mor
eau 174.48 court house supplies,
James Horton h.00 coui-thou.se
supplies, Ste. Genevieve Cream
ry 04.50 ice poor farm, Bur
roughs Adding Machine Co. 75l
supplies, A. J.Siebert l.oOsla
tionery, Leo C. Vorst fl.OOauto
hire, Buxton & Skinner 200.11
stationery, Standard Printing
y -2.10 special wo rk Co. h.M sUlUonui.yi c;. D.
1, C. 1 Bitterest ard 44.25 stationery, A. T. Lock.
If distri-t 10, A. B. Ed- i 1-:),()0 MJmrter Nulury Treasi
The New Home of the Meyer Novelty and Millinery
Shop, formerly the Wio. P. Uader lUiilding, is now com
plete and we will be glwl to meet and sorve our old cus
tomers and friends, also new ones as well.
Call and see our lint s of
Toys, Books, Stationery, School Supplies,
Jewelry, Patent Medicine, Candies, Cigars.
Try our delicious, whoi'esome dishes of Ice Cream,
S u nd aes, l:lc.
MEYER NOVELTY AND MILLINERY SHOP
l.i.! !).... .. I ri .......
I Hum i en vu. -j.uu Kiauoniry, u.
,M. Rutledgo 14.40 stationery.
Felix J. Rigdon 50.45, L. 1
Siebert 01 services circuit court,
Hugh Stephens Co 12.03 Stat
lonery, John Baslor 5.25 burial
is u re r,
1.0.) disbursements, 5.00 relief
i poor person, Jasper Holliday 12
jPranois X. Gegg 12. Rosine Lai
'umondier 10., Mrs. Edniond
j Bce.ve 7.50, Clara Morice 7.50,
Joseph Palmer 5., Plorenco Car
ron ii, Mary Hobevlie 5 Rich
ard Uockerley 5., Wesley Counts
Minnie Counts 5., temporary
relief, T. B. Straughan JO, V.
Valleroy 10., Louis J. Donzo 15.,
Henry J. Nations JO.. A. A.
Baumgartner 15., Board of
Ordered that the person in
charge of the county ti uck keep
an accurate account r. the am
ountof oil, gasoline, greases and
"Her Face Value"
. Comedy and Cartoon
Tit end, uj
"Her Unwilling Husband"
"What's A Wife Worth"
Six -part Special
Next KiIkii1u .
"Ruth of The Rockies"
Can you remember that
Christmas when you first re
ceived The Youth, s Companion
nniong your Christinas presents?
You can perhaps recall the titles
of some of the serial stories in
those early numbers, and you
well remenbor how everyone in
the family wanted to read your
To day The Companion makes
the ideal Christmas present. No
family, especially one with grow
ing boys and girls, should be
without the tried and true
Youth's Companion the friand
and entertainer of hosts of
people old and young.
The Companion is true to the
best American ideals of life, giv,
ing every week a generous
supply of-the best stories, cur
rent events, comments on the
world's doing, with .special pages
for Boys, for Girls and for the
The 52 issues of 1022 will be
crowded with serial stories, short
stories, editorials, poetry, facts
and fun. Subscribe now and received
j-Msoriminaiing eaters are
are counting the days until they
can gobble the gobbler.
Don't let criticism worry von.
Its absence would indicate your
Third Anniversary Ball
Armistice Day, November 1 1
STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.
Auspices Btictilioltz-Klefcr Post, American Legion
in soniinimioratioti of the closluir of tlio Orc-at World Wnr tlio
Hiiuhhnlt.Kiel'er Post cordially' invite nil patriotic citizens to pm tied
pnto with them in tliu ci'lHt.nitimi of this Kieat hiMoricid cvuiit on
Kridny nitdic, Novpinbnr lltli. Tlio "DoiiKlibpys" mill thu "dobs"
will bo pleased lo liavo you join tlirm on this occasion.
MUSIC BY EIGHT-PIECE ORCHESTRA
Lot's Rally 'Round The Flag Once More
Oui, Oui, A Good Time For Everybody
Admission; $1,00 for the Couple. Ladles wifhout Escort 25 cents.
For Sale A Jersey Imlf
calf. Registered on botli sides,
adv Thomas J. Koziek.
For Sale A barrell 30 gal
lon butter churn. Apply to
Thos. .1. Kozier. adv
For Sale A line Jersey
milch cow, will bring calf in two
mouths, also a Jersey male calf
2X months old.
adv Mus. P. J. Uuowx.
For Sale Thoroughbred
female Brindlo Bull Terrier, 7
months old. lJouse-hrolcen, gen
tle companion for children, good
automobile don and an excnlienb
watch dog. "JJetter than burg
adv Mus. O. LJ. England.
Lost - A Benglo Hound, about
six months old. Brown, black
and white spotted. Finder no
tify Raymond Thoinure. adv
1. The Youth's Companion Wl THE BOVERIE STORE CO,
issues in J'J22.
2. All the remaining issues of
.'5. The Companion Home Calen
der for 1022.
All for 2.50.
4. Or include MeCall's Magazine,
the monthly authority on fash
ions. Both publications, only
For u Limited Tinio Only. Two
1.0( packiiKUH of "MOUE K(KJK"
for -f 1.00. C!it chits duriinr thu li'all
:iud Winter by usinir thin well known
"KK Dioduccr. Sunt postpaid to your
address. SIMON IlOO!), A trout.
Star HoutH Hox No. 1.
"Jv Stii. Guurviuvu, Mo.
When in need of cut dowers for In.
nurals, weddings, pat tins or decora
tive purposes, we will lurnisli them
in any desiiru desired. Prices always
reasonable, i'hono Jo!),
"dv Lko (J. liAsunt.
Till! (5CIIOOI. IW KXl'ISHTH
iQrtfmt&rCor. Eibhth CWei&S
Will Bloom Apin In Spnng
bVuit trees have put out fall
blossoms in many Missouri'coun
ties this year and several inquir
ers have asked the Missouri Col
lege or Agriculture if this wilt
have an injurious effect on next
year's fruit crop.
"T!.i cause of so many fruit
trees blossoming out at this time
or the year is' due solely to wen
thor conditions," answers V. II.
Gardner, chairman of the depart
ment of horticulture. ''In the
sections of ihe country whore
extreme drought in the summer
is followed by an autumn of
heavy rainiull and warm sun
shine, trees are apt to put out a
few blossoms. -Where only a
lew blossoms occur the trees
will bloom again next spring, but
trees which blossom profusely
in the fall will probably not bear
fruit next year. Jt is not unus
ual for plum and cherry trees to
put out fall blossoms when con
ditions are as we have described,
but apple trees do so very
A, M I Hi jbl in
of P. Building
In loom formerly occupied by Meyers Novelty Shop on
Tuesday, November 22nd
Old Fashioned Supper Will Be Served
Fancy Stand, Ice Cream, Candy and Market
Given for the Benefit of the M. E. Church
Everybody Welcome. Please come and help a-good Cause