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THE FAIR PLAY. i tii itiit.t ioi,iuu,, ha.
" -"- - - ' - - - ' niwsuu n law that wttmcn on tlie
BATunDAYt Apntii w.sst-u,.! not toll tluir
X" r tliHtA.mnlu.Olubof tl.at
ONI1 XBAU (Ontaltle County) ji-i ' atlWO Is S'lVUll till) I'XpOllbO Of 011-
r.ntepvdnt tliPpu.x(4imfetHtu.Ocaovlcvei lill(ill,' Ut (JUurtOIM.
Mo., Ajccond-flirti nu t matter, j m .
"Qui" habv cries for Clininber
JVI.KH J. J.tJTtH, liAl..ifr., ,, Cnwh Keiucily," write
' COURT CALENDAR.
Sprlnft Tona Mi Momltty in April
Pall Term..... 4th Monday lu Oi'tober
Spring Trnn.....Ut Motitlny in Mny
Hummer Term 1st Monday in Auk.
I'ilI Tona -l.t MDiiday iu Nov.
Winter Term.-- .lt Monday in Fub.
I'taiiV J. Hui'k Juduo
Kprirtif 'lVriii-.-... .'(rd Monday in May
Summur Term 3rd Monday in Aug.
IVJI'lV-rm. ...... -3rd Monday in Nov.
V'ijlcr Term... -Itnl Monday in Fob.
One lv ono the nvi-itor drop
to. death. Nut much progress
made in an art that seems such a
I conjunction with tho City
Club tho Civic League lian opened
the liint civic exhibit ever .shown
in St Louis.
The woman who is Hiiing her
Imaband in Chicago becatii-e he
wiited poetry pi nimbly married a
Cliepet aeoident insurant1!' Dr.
TtminaH' Eeb-ctie Oil. Stops tint pain
and Uitiii the wound. All dniKK'st
After all, Dr. Cook i.s tho nr
tift'". pen among tho polar e.vplo
wrs If hi) did not .ee the polo
nnvii onmuiit ho makeu you tee
The Brooklyn man who gave
a mule three teapoonful of To
rmscu sauce to suo what would
happen, never knew, but tho cor
Thero in ono good thing in
window 1 leaking campaign of tho
English suffragette. It makes
bu-ine.s8 good for thu gluss man
tifaeturer. In cases of rheumatism relief
from pain makes .sleep and lest
Iio-hUiIh. Tlii may be obtained
ty applying Chamberlain's Lini
jnent. For sale by all dealers.
Special Easter ii)isKi wjia pro
vided iu all of tho St. Louis
churches for Kaster Sunday.
Largo crowds attended tho vari
llopo deferred maketh the
heart sick and tho hope of being
able to do their spring planting
soon will no doubt cause sickness
u'liiuhg the farmers.
Lnmo Shoulder is neatly al
ways duo to rheumatism of the
muscles, and quickly yields to
the free application rf Chamber
Jam's Liniment. For siilo by all
At a recent suffragette meet
ing tho CJlnncse women were
asked how they won the right to
vote. It was Just another in
stance of woman's curiosity.
- nr -
A hen in St. Louis i.s trying to
Jay her weight in egl. On her
Just attempt she produced an egg
'.uighing t ounces. 8 indies in
circumfeience and two inches in
It Looks Like A Crime
to separate a boy from a box of lWk
leaf's Arnica Salvo. His pimples, j Her
oils, seralehes UnoeKs. sprains ..ml . Lmm ,.cf,lsP, l(,-puy ti,0
brutses demand it, and Us quick relief . . , '
'.r burns, calds. or cuts is his right.K'10 llc lia(' ly
Keep tt Inindy for boys, atao girls.
1teRl30ver.vthing'heidab1e'and dots, it
quick. Unequaled for piles. Only '25
teats at It W. Lauiiiug.
Luum .lean Libbey says that
men are never scarce tuid that any
woman can find one -willing to
marry hor. Tho old maids
ffi I , I . -.1
vw cugiaim on nut "'"-
, t ... , i.,. i.i.iti.i.'..
Of Thomiis.TefTerHOU wilt bo uiven the
jiiKlit of April 13 by tho Youm lien's
Democrntio Club ot St. Loui-i. .t- ntreclly upon tlio niooil nml mucous
tornov Oeow H. Moore, president of , '; "pw . ' ym, thereby do
. .:, , . ,,, . ... uroymtr tf io loutulatioK of tlie dis-
theClubnn.Hhair.mu.of the.L.t.enf. ' jm, .. t))e pilti()t)t str(,nuth
(!ommittoo which, in eoru..i.iii.' the i,y builditi!,' up the constitution audits
pnrtyinSt. Lpui, has issued. an irivl- .iietina; m turo in doiu its work. The
tation to all ImmocrnU iu ,Mi'-.Wi to ' Jironetors havo so mueh faith iu its
ntteud tho banqiixt.
, . .
a Ha..,,. ,.Ii,iiiiia miiifti' mifivrir.
t. t uininjiHiiiin jji.j.v, y ........
folic rmkri : "What lias li-cOmo
of U.riinn wl.o wmil.l nilhonu- pv, ,IV nU )rlIfflrS,t,, 7Jok'll' 0
nOinniiPV jyjfu tft praj'ot nut't; T.iuu Hall'ti I'utndy I'ills f.)r const -HifJJ)
'1' pblV tvhi-Al, (lit olnh i p.ition.
tWuiK'.iiHumi ayV, or ahtit up hi pr. Bell sPine-Tar-Honey
Mih T. 1$. Koinlfiuk, Hiwicit, Gn.
"It is t!io l)i-.it t;om;li rutiiud.v on
tho market for ooukIi, colds and
croup." Forfeit!' by nil deal ura.
, a a
Someone asks tho question as
to wliicli is tho most dangerous
position to hold tho presidency
of Mexico or tho stoerinp wheel
of an airship. There b noMiittcli
difference between the two.
, "I stiffcri'd liabitaaliy from const!
nntioii. lonn' Rt'cnlets rolii'ved and
stri'tiKlln licd llio bowt'ln, i-o that tlny
liavu been retriiliir ever ine." A. K.
Davis, k rover, Sulplicr Springs, Tumid.
With tho St. Louis Merchants'
1 liti fit m rtlikutwl In j f ! i In 1
grain men were fo.cO.l to do all
trading on the Chicago Hoard of
Trade. The Chicago and Kansas
City boards romain(d opened.
Puts End To Hull Hnbit.
Thimrs never look bright to ono
with "tlio blaes." Ten to oao tho
troublo is a flimxiuli liver, fdline ihu
syntetn with bilious poison, that Dr.
knur's New lafo Pills would e.xnel.
Try them. Lit the joy of better ft-ul-
iiicr end "llie blues." Rest for
Htouineh, lircrntid kidneys. 'Jo eenls
Ht R. W. Ic'lllllillL'.
Mrs. Ralph Vorhee.s of Clinton
N. ,1., has Just given $2,000 to
Kutgcr.s College to be used for
tho benefit of the Ralph Vorhoes
Library. This library was a gift
from her husband and was
elected in 1003.
brings many ail
ments in its train and is tiie pri
mary cau.io of much sickness.
Keep your bowels riinilar mad-
am, and you will escape many of
the ailments to which many wo-
mon are subject. Constipation
is a very simple tiling, out like
many simple thing-', it may lead
to serious consequences. Nature
often needs a littlo assManeo and
when Chamberlain's Tablets arc
given at the first indication, much
distress mid suffering may bo
avoided. Sold by all dealers.
Ihirton Lucas testified at his
wife's trial for a divorce in St.
Louis that he could not properly
provide for her as he had to pay
$1.1 a month alimony to liU first
wife. His second wife told the
court she got $5 u week for ex
penses. Feel languid, weak run-down ?
Headache ! Stomach "off ?" Just a
plain ciko of lazy liver. Iturdoek
I'.lood Hitters tones liver and stomach,
promotes digestion, purifies the blood.
Florists reaped a $100;000 profit
out of the $i'00,000 sale of
flowers for lvister in St. Louis.
Most of the flowers sold were of
St. Louis culttuo, although a few
wore shipped in from Chicago
and n few novelties came from
Soo'.hos itching skin. Heals cuts
or burns without a scar. Cures piles,
ccema, salt rheum, any itching.
Doan'ii Ointment. Your druggist sells
Uniform uianiagu.nnd divorce
law is to be the issue of the Wo
men's Club Congress. A law pro
viding for the posting of applica
tions for marriage licenses for
five days is being advocated by
tho St. LUuis club women.
A piano company sued a saloon
keeper for jj'200 balance on an
electric piano. Tho saloonist,
man Ziittmermanu of St.
music and as hu could not got
rlAother his customers declined to
let him play the old music ml
$100 Reward, $100.
Tho render1 of this paper will bo
1 pleased to learn that there i.s at le-ist
i IMItl Itll'lU'CII UiaoilPV IMIU PLlCllL'U 11119
j boen nble tocuieliinll its m'oh, nml
j that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curt"
is the only positive euro now known to
mi iiiim:m u.h. miu.i. uiiuiini iiuiiiu-
J tarrh Cure is taken internally, uctinir
curative powers iniii iav oner uno
IJundred Dullnrx for any miso that it
! F...ta 9e ..ii.., Q,.,iil P,, It. I ... ...:.
. mi ,v wiiiui uwi.i. .ii. no, m i.:nii-
. Afidress F. J. CHHNEV iV; Co ,
St. Louis is wrestling with tho
lid club situation. Lid clubs
sprung up like mushrooms when
miliums were mndo to close on
Sunday. Charters protect tho
cIuIm from tho police who scorn
to bo batllcd in their attempts to
regulate tho clubs.
When a medicine niu.il be given
fo young children it should bo
pleasant to tnku. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is made from loaf
sugai , and tho roots used iu its
pieparation gives it a flavor simi
lar to maple sugar, making it
pltm-iint to take. It'liiw no supe
rior for colds, croup and whoop
ing cough. For sale bv all dealers,
-.- I There in e evils nnd dancers in the
Failure to renown as a writer tnntcli indust.y. tbi 'removal of whieh
of poems and child welfare i a matter of ureal illllleulty. It will
stories Was too much of a burden ' aim entiiil u hvnvjymv.t and liaise mat
for.MisS .Johanna Died;, IU years I tort must be eonxulered if equal jus
old, to carry and she tried to' extended the persons in-
jump from the thud story win- j
(low of the Laclede (Jus Light!
''T l,"l,,l,n ,n bt
physicians at the Citv'
Hospital two newspapeis
to givu hcrnny encoiuagemet.
The Danger After Otip
lies often in a run down system.
Weakness, nervousness lack or appe
tite, energy and smbilioti, with dis
ordered liver and kidncyo often follow
an nttack of this wrt'lehed discice.
The greatest need limn is Electric Hit
ters, the glorius tonic, blood purifier!
and regulator of stomach, liver and 1
kidneys. Thousands hav proved
mat uiey womlerlully strengthed
nerves, Imild up the vsteni and re
store to health and good spirits after
an attack ot Orii, It stiffming. try
them. Only 50 cents. Sohl utnl per
fect satisfaction guaranteed bj It. W.
Mis ii.,,..,.ii ,.ne:,..i I
-,.,... . , ,' . r Cigu ministers now resident in Wash
tiom the ht. Liiui.s.Morning Chn-jiiigion have American wives. The
ral Club because members of the! list is as follows :
uiganization objected to her sign
ing in moving pieure show...
Her eritieisurs calico her singing
a "common stunt to which she
relied that they would not have
known sho was singing if
of them hud not been -'common"
enough to havo attended ono of
Almost A Miracle.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen iu any man, according to W.
U. llolsclaw. Clarunlou. Tex-., was
effected jears ago in his brother, "flu
had such a dreadful cough,'1 he writes,
"that all our family thought he was
going ...to consumption hut ho began ;
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, mid ;
a ro,..i.eie.y eureo oy u-ll l.OUI. s. , Mmmll(. l!,(Vt-ii it h . wifo of the Uel
Now he is sound and well and weighs , uhw 1llltll!,turt w. Mi3) Helen Fonlke
-IS pounds, tor many .wars our of VaBhi..uton.-beslie's.
inning mis huh woooi'riui remeny
for Couirhs and tJokls with excellent
results." It's qaiek, safe, reliable
and guaranteed. 1'riee 30 cents ami
l.(HI. Trial bottle frto at It. W. Lan-
OPKXIXG OF T1IH Sl'ltlXO
The spring term of the Nor
mal School opens March 5, 1!)12.
In addition to the regular course-,
special spring term courses will
be offered for teacher.- io Agri-
i ii i - .
ciiiiuie, inline j'.eouomus, I'oon
gogy, American History, Litera
ture, Physical Geography, An
cient History, Algebra, Nature
Study, Physiology, Reading, Civil j
Government, Crutnuinr. Arith
metic. Tho Missouri Course of
Study for Hural Schools, and
Latin. There will aLo be open
to students prepared for cuIIol'o
work a number of college courses
in History. Literatim, Languages,
Science, and Kducation.
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When the house of lepiesentatives,
by a vote of Kill to 'JO, passed a hill
piohibitmi! the utu of white phi)pho-'
run in the imoiiifiieluiu of imilchiw a'
hciiHiblo bit of legislation was put
tlnou ltIi the loner branch f eoinrrcs"..
I With Mich n rositive vote in the lower
Iioum! it i a forouone eoielu-iion that
tho hilt will pass the Konat ami be
como a law,
Few people know' the" enormous
dentil roll ilemnmieil in tiio maiiiifnu
tare of the ordinary miitcli.
Thero is a disease which for lack of
a bettor nnmo is termed "JMio-y''
jaw that in nearly always fntnl. It is
the inovitiibht mahuly of all who work
There are numerous other sub - ti -
, . ... .... . ,
tutes which mnko bettor uiHtchex and
j mutches that servo the uom-nil public,
i uso very I I ue 1 lioro e lective v t linn
That question will bo nuked you almost d.illv for business rr.ep .speklnj; your
servlesa. If ycu qualtfy take tho Urn t;hon Tratnitic and .how ambition to rise.
More BANKERS indorse DP.Al'GIION'S Colleges thnn indorse nl other bus!
fli.eccnlli.i.110 fTIMni'l.'ri AM r.lli..Tu in 1 lit a In.. I ,,.,,.,,.:..- I I ..
M w. ...tiw(,v.. w.'. u ... . w-f,w
Banhlne. TrDnrlllnc. renm.irjt,!ilii. V!nelUh.
tnn-J KKK auxilUir lirjnchea. Oooil POSI'tlONSCUAKANTEf'Our.Oaf reasoanhiecnniJItronj.
R,1, II.All..f.,g nil
tho United Siatcs nay that Draushon'a
NewSy.tem of Iloolckeopinf; saves them
from 25 to i0 per cent in rorlcandv7ony.
Shorthand. Pructleally till U. S. oft
c'.al court rertortoru write tlio Py..tem of
.Hliortliund JJrnu, lion Collet -3 teaeii.
Wlxyt Ueca .so they know It uiteUU.
DlaAUGHON'S ACJTICAI BUSINESS COLLliCifJ
Katua City cr Sprlosfield or St. Loutt, Mo, or Fort Scett. Ku.
the old fushionrd innleh, but the old
sty lo is much the cheapest and that is
why nioio of them are iu usn. Mil
lions of matehcR are used each day.
Tho pipe and cigarette uer i.s a con
tinuous consumer. Ho never dreams
Hint there is tho constant daujjer of
petith iu making tho matches ho so fro
quantly ettikes. Rut where other ma
terial can bo .stihxlitoted and the risk
on human life relieved there should bo .
no hesitancy. The only respectable
reason advocated against tho pnssnjo
ot thu bill was the doubt nnlertaitied
by tiomo conecruini; the cocstitutiou-
ality of the measure,. This objection '
does not seem to bo well taken, at
least the ovci whelming number of the
i,,,,,,,, ,10t think Hint it was
'"ted. both to the manufacturer
l" we "nn '"'l,,"y iuukii.,: uie
matches. In tn present instance thu
.:, : r .. ........ :..!.. ...i.i. ..
, . , ' . . ,
iit c j ciu'p vt ' in tin i in
suiiil! or iu large numbers, can be ac
complished without any difficulty. It
is extremely discreditable to the men
interested in the" tiialfufnoturc that
they Inve. olfertd resistance to so
reasonable a demand for human legis
lation. There are probably still alivo men
and women who can recall the days or
the old Hint and sttel and tinder hot.
There are still savage tribes among
, mo raeme isianus who nifiit tneir tires
t tuning iiic iru tioti ot siieKs. unt it
J wo have to enjoy the eooceuience ot
matches at thf cut of so many'huuian
! lives each year wi- had heller go baelf
to the old eiistoai, iueonveinellt as it
uiiij be. E.. ,
I'iglitoi the atuliassadors and for-
Countess Hernstorff. wife of the
Herman ambassador and formerly Miss
.leane bukemrjer of NW York.
Madam .his.scraml, wife of the
IYem-li nmhas.ti(or. Her maiden
name was V,Ac itichards.
Mnd im lt.'ihl;imtc iY. tlii Unooirm
lambaxsmior'b helpmate, was Miss
iMiry Honle, bister of Mrs. John It,
((.tu.t'-ss MoltLe. the Danish minis
ter's wife, was Miss Cornelia Van
Itcnsselaer Thayer of Boston.
Madame Coromilas, wil'o of the
Oreel; minister, is a daughter of for
m. r S.oiator Coeltrell of Missouri.
Seaora ltiano, the Spanish minister's
wjife, was Miss Alice Ward of New
M.idame Zin. who married the pres
ent ambassador from Turkev, is n nil-
,itv ()f , r,liu.(i ,lllU.H ,;,, m.mni.
,., in t',is,iKtM, society.
ndorsed at Home
I Such Proof as This
any Sto. Gene
The public endorsement of a local
citizen is the lust proof that can be
produced. None better, none stronger
can be had. When a man comes for
ward and testifies to his f How-citi
zens, addresses his friends ami neigh
hots, you may be snnrhe is thoroughly
convinced or ho would not do o. Tell
ing one's experience when it is for
the public gouU is an act of kindness
that should ho appreciated. The fol
lowing statement t;i.veii by n resident
of Ste. Oenevievii odds otic more to
the many cases, of Utmie F.udorse-
meat which are being published about
Doau's Kidney I'ills. Itcad it.
Isaac MeXceee, Ste. Oenevieve,
Mo., nny : "In the full of lilUti
wiw builly in need of n remcilv
tt-nnl.l mn ,..!!,.! I.,. L !.l
a constant ache
in.n'..i iiij iMiiiir.i.i mill ui.il iwn Ml Me
ve-o at niht that I wns unublc to
.... i...i., i i
reel. Thiui. of one box of Dunn's
Kidney Pills, which I procured from
llnich A Dmichis! D.i.j; tore. entire -
' i y inspostn of itiefic tnuiDies. It is
j now ten vents siiicn I oscil the remedy
land I have been tree from any recur
rence of my tanner complaint. I pub
licly recommended Donn's Kidnev
1'illH in 11)011 and am.t.ow uh.d to eon-
j 'rl" uvorytlutip; I then said."
I rw nitle by all dealers. Price iSO
' v"lSvn;Mil,'m;" f C,V "ftl
New ork. sole ii(:ent. for the United
Iommmber the nanu-'-Donu's and
Inkn no ntlicr.
(. w .HlblUUIIWIItll .VJ.Ul.lV .I.
NMlUn?. .trltlii-ielle. Iitur WrOln. nn.1....
Home Study. Thousands of bankeash'
iers, bookkeepers, and sUiiorapliers uru
hoUilnj? food positions as tho result of
takiucf n-otiKhon'a Homo Study.
CATAI-OGUR. Kor prices on lei-;ons
RYJIT.tlL, v-rJM Jno. I. DiurniiO!.,
j,re,'ton', iiasNViiis. Tenr.. For Inn o
;aWuo on cxtmlTCOLLJUGli. u-rio
Ask the Agent about tho
Frisco splendid fast
trains, equipped with
thu finest of steel chnir
cars, steel coaches, steol
dining cars serving de
licious Fred Harvey
meals and the fine elec
tric lighted Pullman
sleepers From start to
finish it's a journey of
joy, when you
Go via FRISCO
Ask thu Ticket Agent
about and sdicdulo.
Look! Millers Ice 0 renin
Town Sunday, March 24.
The Iter. Irl.lt. Hicks 11(1 a Almanac.
Hefoio thu great drouth iu MUM, thu
flicks Almanac gave timoly warning,
for over two ears prior to 1!HI, the
Hicks almaime again sounded n warn
ing of drouth dauper. And so for -10
years this same friend of all the peo
ple has steadfastly refused the oilers
of speculators and continued to warn
the public ot the coming dangers of
storm and weather. As they should
have done, I ho people have nobty
stood by Professor Hicks, their faith
ful public mi-cant, who has grown old
iu their service. Send only $1.00 to
Word and Works Publishing Co., 3101
Franklin Awnur, St. Louis, Mo., and
get his Maga.iuo and Almanac both
fyr one jear. The almanac alone, a
lino book of lf0 pages, i.s only 1(5 cts.
by mail. Let everybody respond and
receive the warnings oE our Katioual
Seer for the coming year.
COME ON BOYS
L'M. IN THE TRADE
And READ Y TO BUY
Tnos. B. Straugiian,
Ste Genevieve, Mo.
FU1SC0 TIME 0ABI).
No. 80 N.-rmplna K.prja lcuTCt St. I.onla
IW p n., Ii'Hi-k 'je. Uenrrlcre 137 p. io.,
rrivea I dpi-(innrUiii 1.10 a In.
No. Mil Sti ni lil l'Hf('Mnr Imtm SI. Lmila
7".i h in.. Me, Ocncvli'te ?)'). in , nrihra
Cape Olrarilriiii l.ui p. in
Ni. srri tejti t I.iiulB S;j p m,,nrriveH Ste.
Oi net level). IS p. iu., arrives Cape lit rant fan
ll.Oo p. in.
No Mil t.nutf Kxprem leae Cpe Olrftr.
ileau 3.I5 n. in ,le.icSte.Uprivlf ie3il! a. in..
nrtlvri.!! I.imlii 7'h a. m ' ,
No. ml litiM a I Hi. (ilrnriliiin a. m.i
lew sti- i.ciii'vline 7.ai . lit. , arrivaa St.
I.ni.x lOitai it in.
No. tw M. ljiiiin piie erper Icmca Capo Olr-
ul'flrtui Suit) p. in., leaeH M-e. C.enerictc 5 to p(
in. , ai r.v r m. (.iiiiU bi'i'; p. in,
No l(l li'iivi Sle, Oen'Klfre K.IIO n. tn
Zell IJ.lt p. in., WHlngarli-r U.t p.m., Sprott
I.Kp.ln.. riiimlnptnii Jnnfiioi. 1 Si p. pi
l-'aitii-rt n . Kl.il Uivrr ItM p.m., lilvlnj,
liSSp m . brnvfa IIHiiMrcli '.'.top. in.
No. Id liini- lllsnr.irrk 'J.10 p, in,, Klvlnf
S.'Op in , K'ai ltlci-.i0i p. m.. Esther 3. 12 p
rariMiiiiiin.iiinctinii, Si-.-j p
I' m . V'elmrarteo 3.N. p. IP.
'ill I .IK) p
in., arrWfj HU'. Ocnerlnvr falAu. in
I RAt"-Vf r?l-ir. il,if .
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
POO HUfcU WTISM KIONIiYSANO nU.OOCB
1 C- e5-:xr
he. mum mi
MlMiS .fflPrrrORT Pmn ?
y luuiiuiiuu uuumiuui x iujii r
v Kntrnnocs $.'55.00 anil Up a
y Tombstones and Monuments A
1 v $5. 00 it ml Up.
J'ronijllj utuinul. or rCC nSTUHHCO.
70 YlfiHs-rHit-eic. ir.u-Gtw.i.1.
TMl LOtmUT. Uvul r 4l -1. JliOUl ax Iktltil f OT
cTjert Knvh aud fr reii wtrijlulul'.lr,
INfiONQlMCNT WJ vmilctial before U
rout,- l atnita obnired Ihrr-utti i, 3Wt.
Tismiwd soLO,tie. iimot-Mttmoi.rtN-sions
aai cocra ct.Tr. .,-nVly ISIUUIJO.
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v Opposite V. il. Putont oince,
WAHHINSTOf, n. C,
fOLEY Ki'iDflEY PILLS.
yoa Uhokaohc Ktfj;act3 Alio a-Aocen
ai t . a i ri
K. K. SWINK,
BANK OF STE. GENEVIEVE,
'STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.
.IrrcMoiJ.i SoUctlnh MAbral lccfinrfrtflo.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
irfM pan 4 ctnl. Inttrcst on Time ItrponUn for
nc IVm find it prr ctnt. rot' Six Jtonlhtt.
Depoait JJoxes now ready to rent at 82 and i3 tier
yenr. OepoebB instiled againat inbbory & burglary .
STE. GENEVIEVE BEEWIKG & LIGHTING
M AN UFAUTU H K KS OF
3Lll Orders nprorjaiptlsr iT'illeca
Hie. Oennvitve. n Mc.
Call answered promptly day orulgnt
Ojfivn ut Lnnniva s Druy More
HARLES J. HERTICH. M.l.
Physician, ui Accouchour,
HTK. aUNKVIlivK, T40.
0"CIU umwered iironiptly Ur.y or nlcnt.
DR. A. G. MEYER
Plaeo of business Main Stiikkt
south of Farmers Supply Co.
Night offico at Meyer's Hotel, Ste.
CALLS UESrONnKD TO 15Y DAY OR NIGHT
IDs. XX. . uKQ!b.XVr
Office above ll.nch A Ioulan nrng Mtorf.
ste. UtiievleTe, Jlo.
DR. L. J. HUBER
Ofllie silitiye loitlilri-' UniR Store(
to IU j. jn. uoct 1 to 5 p. m
Wo wIllRlveaiurlalattontion to the Llverv
liuetniisa, UcllabledrlTfrs, cood horeea, flrnt
clad buprglea ami other vehicles nlwuya In
nuitlneaa. tlorsei. liotrrieil uj- thu men, nay
or wee at tllieral r.uce. Kapcclal Attention
alven to commercial imvclerH. General puhilo
patronaccl ro.ipeotfiilly sollcltcil.
STlf GENKV1KVE. - MISSOURI
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright'3 Disease and Dia
batea, and restore" health and
trength. Refuse substitutes.
For sale by Dr. A. G. Moyur.
Women of tie hiijbcrt type,
women of superior education and
refinement, whose discernment
and judgment give weight and
force to their opinions, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
and curative properties of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Throughout the many stages
of woman's life, from, girlhood,
through the ordeals of mother
hood to the declining years, there
is no safer or more reliable med
icine. Chamberlain's Tablets are
sold everywhere at 25c a box.
For Internal cno External Pains.
TIIOS. H. nUIIKK,
C. J. STANTON,
Aiiorasj and Counsellor at - kw,
ryNVIII pracllre In li tUe ronrls or ih
Htute 1'roinpt Ktteitlnu given IonII limlrnf
eniriutcJtoonrrnre. ". '
Ste. Oeaevlev. Mo.
JAMES M. MAHONEY,
ComiHolor fit. I-.ltv.
Oltlct- In Court Hoiioe.
Will represrnl Heirs In tllvlln9 of loin's ancl i
the tetUeiiient ul rst.. te. Claim rwiil nccouiil-.
c-ilktt-l. Will nml ill other fecil ilni-nnientK
carelnllv rlrann. M III iiracllra all rcurta.
Purllitt or Comp'.eieTMiiilraf.td of Tltlolnr
ii Isln-iV promptly nt reni.ouiilile Sgurei,
IVritfi Urciln.pay taxes for non-reBlileuta. Oca
eral ilriltr iu re il eatatc.
n ru-BLic iii qfpics.
'Phone No. 01,
HENRY L. R0ZIER,
B AHHE R..
STB. (iENKVIF.VK, - - - Mf.
tyl transact a RUiiernl llatiior nnc Ileal
Uitate Ilasinena, hu; anttaeliKxchBiKr.lCittirn
an'l domestic nod plw spoeJil ntU)3tlri to
oollcotlocron all accoeslble (Milnta, rercittin;
?riimpil) Ui inwcai rniea.
Your uanmnc ouaincae aoncucn.
I1KNKY I. UO'IBU.
Sluvlnff, liulr-cuttlnir, abaniprolnc. He.. In
tho latest Ktylea. Prompt utteiittnn iiikI ahaip
rarom. Tour patronnK"; la reapertrully aollr rl
eil. rihop on Main dtrccl, oppoeito I.nnoingra
LfShavitiK Ilalr-Cuttlne. Hhuuiuiolmr.An.
doi.o In thPlotcet style al reuebaahleralc&.
loom poiiieuniKaiiiiiti iiarPT,ana leal
wnyaln renllnenBtoaerToynu. Call on Mar
MnsagiiiK ainl all other ser
vices rendered iu up-to-dute
Located in K. of P. Bim,WNa.
3f SUE 1IUt0
Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve
Good for all Skin Diseases
Succeed when" everything else falls.
In nervous prostration cud female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, ns thousands liave testified.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE j
It Is the best medicine ever oold
over a druggr'j counter.
i and curec the lungs;
New Disssvery i
OLDS Trial DoW.t FrceiU
ANDALLTHROAT AND. LUNG VhOUB'JES. M
Oil, MOHtlY HJBPurTDED. H
Antnaa rultntr ft HX'?! " ileawlpUpKiTH -r
r,uti.kl. 091'orti.lti run orilnVon f.'uo tuiiUV.- au
lirriilloit U iribnliiy piaiMiVtSla Curq-nunlc
aot rioii. .Il.l-RC n... ntw tar MtiuTirillil nraut
i w inin tirouau jyuu i., raai;ira
-i! m. V- -
A bt.ni!rnnt(ijr llloatra' J '.odlvi Kiraont tj
i jUtlou ( itrgr ei uini)U.i J.urual mil, V. i.
nr. rnur men' 'ii, (L i-,iJlir Jll mmlwir.n.
jitaLvli OB.c Cii It $u Wti'llitau.
HUbUW.. I . . .. C. 1 ..Jl cb. .11."
y i- I
tMil;v.il':.t 'siliki Jj'ri.