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H.YTURDAY. IlKCKJlbEU 31. 11121. J
ONE YEAH .
Kntereit at tlm I'ost.i' ,(!. t Sle. (lonrvlevu ,
Ui... ns Hi-cuml-clais mail mattur.
MnceJ Fara Jail 16 1 20
Kyuittt Tri p Vol- Parians' Week At
K ire A ml A I l.i I r.
Missouri railroads have just
announced a Hat round-trip rale
nf fure and one half available to
all persons attending Farmers' !
Week at the Missouri College of
Agriculture, January lf to 20.
The minimum round-trip fare
recognized in this agreement is
one dollar. Farmers' V.'oekvisi
tors will buy round-trip tickets
at their home station and there-
In- iT'iilize :i considerable savinir.
Tickets at this rate goon sale 1
Saturday, January 1-1, and are
good for the returning trip as
late as Saturday, January 21. :
The dates of Farmers' Week are
January 10 to 20.
I''or n bimitiiil Time Onlv. Two
$1.00 pnckHccs "f "MOliK WidS"
for $1.00. Oft o(.'i." iliuinu' tlit l''nll
ami Winter by lismj; this well l.-iiown
I'W! protluciT. S i 1 1 ( io tjniiil to yiiur
address. , SIMON HOOfi. .irunt.
Star Ifniiip I'.ox No. 1 .
adv S'(' U.'iii'vic'o, Mo.
UOTICE OF STQCKKOLOERS' MEETING
Notice is licrcby iven that the
Annual Stockholders' Mooting of th
Ifanl: of Bloomsdalo will bi- bold at
it bunking bou'i-o in tbo town n
Jlloomsdalo, Missouri, on Tucsdiiy.
January :frd. 10.
CInlrl muntill II t 1 1 lf lilllnnPll lit 'I
o'clock a. m. and coiitiiuu' during1 at
lousf 3 bour3, unless tup ouject tor
which mootlnij fb called 1,0 accom
The purpose for which this nipotin;,'
is called Is to olnct Sovnn Dlrt'ctoivs
for tho said bank, to.horvo durint'thn
onsulnff year, and for tbo ti-Hnsaction
of anv other business which may
properly como boforn tbo mcotlnif.
Attest: PF.TCtt J-:. CAUHON,
W 4 T riAT rK". .'JS .1
K, P; CAIIKON.
W I in
Christmas Savings Club
You May Join One or More of The Follow
CLASS 2 First week 2 cents, second week 4 cents. In
crease eacli weekly payment 2 cents and 9 C tf
receive in fit) weeks WV
CLASS 2 A First week 1.00, second week ils cents. De
crease each weekly payment 2 cents and CA
. receive in T0 weeks
CLASS 5 First week 5 cents, second week 10 cents. In
crease each weekly payment 5 cents and 2JfiO "715
receive in f)0 weeks pv0
CLASS 5-A First week S?2."0, second week $2.4 ii. De
crease each weekly payment " cents and flJCO 7C
receive in i0 weeks pOO. J
CLASS 10 First week 10 cents, second week 20 cents,
Increase each weekly payment 10 cents fi 97 iO
and receive in 50 weolc. WV
CLASS 2fi Pay 25 cents straight each -f O Ef
week for f0 weeks and receive v
CLASS ;:0 Pay ."0 cents straight each OC ff
week for f() weeks and receive W
CLASS 100 Pay ijl.OO straight each QiKZfX ftrt
weak for 50 weeks and receive WiWw
CLASS 200 Pay $2.00 straiglit each q H ff ff
week for 50 weeks and receive W W
It's easy to save money. Start to-day.
M N It Al1
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STE. GENE VIE VII, lUISSOURl.
How To Clean Furs At Home
Furs may be cleaned by wash
ing in gasoline or in suds made
with castile soan and a little
borax, followed by several vins- j
ings in clear water, is a helpful ,
suggestion from the Biological
Survey, United States Depart-'
mont of Agriculture. It is best j
to hang them out of doors to j
ilry. wnen ury or nearly so,
they require to be stretched and
' rubbed on the llesh side to make
l-hein pliable again.
Fur garments may be bright-
i emMl by .sponging them with
',linc nml then rubbiiiK corn
iDea. into the fur while it is still
dump to take up the
dirt that have been loosened.
CJasoline should never be used,
us. course, where its fumes can
coine in contact with tire.
Another way of cleaning furs
s aperlicially is by means of
11 MiUialono crystals thoroughly
rmmjeu into n. i ne putvenzcu
crystal and the dirt which has
b;en dislodged may be removed
)S whipping, brushing with a
whisk broom, or by a vacuum
The Poultry Fiiram
The poultry keeper's short
course during farmers' Week,
January Id to 20 at the Missouri
t i -l . j rm i . . i '
(Julli'goof A'rii ulture includes:
Poultry, the Most, Profitable
! Sideline, T. S. Townsloy.
The Best Time to Hatch, Eirl
How to (Jet Strong Chicks, II.
How to Keep thu Flock Heal-
! ill.V, i- JJuraiu
ri.,i,.um.,ii.nDnn T. n
Stopping Chick Txisses, M. A.
Missouri Plan of Flock Im-
proveinent, T. S. Townsley. .
li'.nlimr f.e Il-.cl- .llm,
lo.eding roi Best ij-udutiUon,
Hi U IComiMbr.
- f a
Chance to Boost :
I Profits, II. L. Shrader.
; Modern Trend in Housing,
And many other discussion
with the same practical interest. ,
Good Kitchen Liglit Males The.
OTn.,1 fo TWiim I
Willi UU DtiUuT
Are sink, stove, worktable
and other important parts oT
.:i..i ii .iv i
. . . niiiuii. i.tu j
i imciion ncoas gooci aruuciai
! lighting as well as plenty of
idavliirht and sun durinir some
(1r n, ,i.,.. iv,,.ir .riimmv
kitchens may often be. trans
formed into cheerful workrooms
l.i. ..ntfimr on ii 1 .1 1 1 1 1 in i 1 nI ii .1 1 nt
vuvuin, ini unuaiuuui h iiiuvjii
ur uvuu ')$ Kiumun wans aiiu
woodwork a color that rellects
rather than absorbs light. , Be
Hectors behind wall lamps and
lights help in throwing light
where it is most needed, the
United States Department of
Mysterious Pains And
Make Li To Hard to Bear For
Many Ste. Genevieve Women.
J Too many w.iIikiii niistakd tlicir
pains and ncliiw for troubles pccnlini'
lo the sex. More often disordered
kidneys iiic-t'iiu-iiii; the ncliiiit; buck,
ib.zv ipulls, hcad iclics mid iiiviru.ii
miimlioii. Kidney weakness- be.
conies diiiiyei oils if iiculectcil. '(
a tune-tiied kidney remedy Doan's
K'ulliev I'ills. Hol of jieoplu teslify
to their merit. Ht-nd a Ste. Oenev
I in vij c'iio:
Mis. bonis Wilson says: "A iiiini
i ber of years nut) I hail the m ip and
, il lelt in v kidueK disoideiud. My
back aclicd and I eouhbit tun; ovor
j in bed. 1 had an aidut under mv
slionlder blades and tlirimu'li my ideh
. I ..... . . ! 1 i' I. .
iimi "omeuiiie imii iii v Dream suoti.
I read of Uoaa's Kidney I'ilU ami
irnve lliom a trial and tlmy relieved
"'" troablo. I trot Dow's at Hineb
& Donu'las' llnii; Store and I have
Kient faith in tlicir eiiriilivc powers."
Price (il)c, at all dealers. Don't
jiaiplv ask for n kidney lemedv iret
Iblllll's KidlltlV l'llls till) SMIlle tbllt
Mr Wil.,u Lad. tViW-Milbum
j.Mfr,' li'iiffal'o, K. V.
Small pox is one of the oldest
known diseases,' and one of the
most wide spread, according to
Dr. M. 1'. Ravonel or the Uni
versity of Missouri School of
Medicine, president -of the
American L'liblic. Health Asso
elation. It is hard to realize that
it was more common than meas
les before the introduction of
vaccination It was brought to
North America l.y the Spaniards
about 1507, and caused tremen
dous loss of life. In Mexico,
(1,500,000 persons died of the
disease, and in this country
0,000,000 Indians succumbed. In
England, before the use of
vaccination was adopted. 1 per
son in every 10 died of small
pox' and I in every 15 had pock
marks on his face. Practically
everybody had the disease. In
Hoston, in 1752, there were only
174 persons who had not had
vaccinaiion was really discov
ered by the farmers in the dairy
district of England, who had
noticed an eruptive disease of
cows which was sometimes con
tracted by the milkers and
oiners who nanaietl the cows.
iney also observed the very
important fact that those per
sons who took the cow-pox did
not lake small-p.oc, although
practically every one else in the
community did. A farmer
named Benjamin Jesty finally
inoculated his wife and two sons
successfully. Soon after. this
Dr. Edward Jenner look up the
study of vaccination, and in 1700
orovod that it was an efiicient
preventive of small pox and
never fatal. It protects in the
same way and nn the same
principles that o ,e attack- of an
eruptive disease attacks against
Vaccination should be done in
early infancy, as small-pox at
tacks children by preference.
In Montreal, l55, of :i, 1 (3 1
deaths, 2,717 were children un
der 10 years old. A second
vaccination should be done about
the ago of 7 to 10 years, a third
about'the ago of puberty, and
after that, whenever exposed to
thr disease. One successful
(vaccination often protects foi
ilife, but the only way to find out
is to re vaccinate.
Only calf virus should be used.
a auon shoid
""t ' UlloWOtl, US ClU'tllill
diseases may be spread in this
The protective value of vacci
nation is shown by comparing
the records of countries in which
jtis mumxsm.s v.jt, th(W0 j,,
: wlli(.i, it js not compulsory.
j For every million persons,
theredie of small pox in Sweden
! ' Ireland I, beoliand ,, (Jer
many 5.5, England Hi. These
countries have compulsory vac
For every million persons,
there die of small-pox in Swit
zerland 18.5, Belgium 115-1, Rus
sia 2111, Austria 510, Italy 5!l(5,
Spain '.K)!l. These countries do
not have compulsory vaccina
When Von Ale Coiifctipati'd.
'lo nisuic a healthy actimi id' the
bowels and coricct tliouldis id' the
liver, take two of Chnuibci lain'i
Tablets inimediately alter supper
1 bey will not only enau a trenlle
iiinvmileiit id the bowels, wilboiit un
pleasant effects, but banish (bat dull,
stupid feeln.ir. that often accompanies
YOU READ the
Other Fellow's Ad
csasa-iuj lwwii hum
Yon are reading this one.
That should convince you
that advertising in these
columns is a profitable
proposition; that it will
bring business to your
store. The fact that the
other fellow advertises is
probably the reason he is
getting more business than
is falling to you. Would
it not be well to give
the other fellow a chance
To Read Your Ad
in These Columns?
By MARY BIRMINGHAM.
1921, by McClur Ktwipaper Syndicate
"The bride's gown was of ivory satin
with chantllly lace and pearl trim
miinrs. A shower bouquet of roses utul
lilies nf the valley completed the bridal
I'ho society rcnorler tapped out her
story with nimble, cnj,'er (Inters while
alio smiled dreamily as sue recaiicu
On. lmntiv Pent of which SllO WHS
'I I J ' -
".Miss I'mnces!" bellowed the sten
torian voice of tbo city editor in the
direction of the youiic reporter who,
woman-like, was lost In the reverie of
the beautiful rowiis of the wedding
"The rlmmilng maid of honor In Her
L'oun or n n e and s iver." i.vneu on
the facile story-teller of society events
"I say, .Miss Francos 1"
The louder tone awoke the youmrrC'
porter with a Jerk to her surroiindlu-'s.
"Vos, sir," she replied In the quick
re.ponso of the newspaper worker,
"Call un this Girls' club mid find out
just what kind of social their novelty
parly fs polns to be. Find out Just
what the nature of the Correction is
that Mrs. Flsk-Ilutler wants made In
the date of tho charity ball. O, yes,
here! linn out and cover this weddlnp,
It's the most noted one of the senson
Here's the picture of the bride, Con
stance Compton. Al liabson, the col
h'lW athlete, Is the Broom. Take the
next train, and have the story for the
"Al Habson is the cronni !" At the
words the whole world seemed to swinp
into wild emotion, and then to settle
down Into a dreary, lieavy-solldlty that
terrified her. Al liabson was lo be
married i He who had held her in bis
arms and pledged remembrance unto
death I I.Ike a (lash she saw the stn
Hon crowded with khaki-clad llRiires
heard low jjood-bys being whispered by
tho?e heroes departing for the wnr.
nnd felt once more the reverent kiss
of her departing lover upon her treni
With n despairing sob the brown
bend dropped to Hie toll-worn, bands,
while the tired, lonely heart of the
plrl cried out bur broken-hearted
disappointment. It was the loud
voiced conductor bawling out the
station that aroused her from ber grief
to the world of dully living. She
stumbled uncerlalnly from the train
to -Jii! station platform, furtively dry
lug her tcar-lllled eyes behind the
grateful concealment of her modish
A sinart-cnnted chauffeur approached
her with silk hat held deferentially In
hand. Without waiting for explana
tion or Introduction lie courteously
directed her to a lnonogrnmnied
liuiniisin,. walling grandly for an oc
cupant. There was a short, calih ride In a
cushioned haven through quiet streets.
Then the car drew up before a story
book mansion. Kager hands bore
the newcomer into a white-furnished
chamber which seemed like a sanctu
ary to the wondering reporter.
"My dear," smiled the happy bride,
"how good of you to come to 1111 In at
such short notice. I'm so sorry that
Kdllh sprained her ankle, but I'm glad
she sent a substitute and such a
pretly substitute! The brldosninld's
gowns Is right In the other room."
The pink-chid fairy who 'nodded to
her from tho mirror told her that
as well as tho gush of admiration
from the happy bride.
"What a darling you are!" she
smiled. "Indeed. I think the substi
tute is even prettier than Kdlth would
have been! Just wait till Al sees
It was sooner than she expected. As
she descended tho broad stnirs she
In the instant he caught sight of her.
Willi one bound he reached her side
and clnsped her trembling form In
tender, strong arms, pressing reverent
lips upon the brown head lying so
helplessly on ids shoulder.
"Kllen. Kllen, my little Kllen. where
have you been biding yourself? Why
have I not seen you before this? I
have looked for you everywhere since
I :amo back from France, but on this
glorious day I have found you!"
"Today," sighed the girl as she drew
away from ids embrace. "Too late!
Upon your wedding day!"
"My wedding day! Jerusalem, Kllen
did you think I was taking tho high
dive with that child, Constance? It's
my young cousin, Al, who's holding
the center of the screen today. I'm
only the best man. Girl nllve, don't
you know there never could he any
one else but you!"
It was like n dieain, n glorious dream
come true. A well-trained actress In
the beautiful play that she laid wit.
nessod so often with tremulous lips
and wistful eyes from tho spectators'
seats, she heard tho low words of the
brldu In the most beautiful service In
Hie world, and was carried to heaven
by (lie heart-stirring music, and the
press of loving fingers upon hers when
the young bride whispered a soft,
After it was all over she looked np
at the face bending over her with soft
"It might have been my own wed
ding," she sighed happily. "It was all
so wonderful !"
"I II say it was," agreed tho deep
well-loved voice. "ISut when the best
ninn carries oir tno society reporter
your paper won t have to scud a sub
el... . .
OUUIH-, HI.T.IIIM! u H COlllg 10 111! SO
quick and sudden that the city editor
won't lmvo time to fcluirpen his' Wiicii
Sic. (Jniiuvitve, Mi,
iiii8niiswereuiroiuim) tiny ornigni
(jiliccni Laiimvu Ih'iiy sinrt
DK. L. J. IIUJ3EH
OIllCP lllluTH llllllrilm-'n Drill! Htm
OUlcc ntiuyc 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 A I hum!, in1 ).i,K - ore
sle. (ii'ucilevf. Mo
HENRY L. R0ZIER
Stk. (Sknkvicvm, Mo
tf Ifaneiu't n ja'iimil IIiihIuhk ion' Ileal
KstalCltllSlllDHR. mill Al-ll Kvnhlitiun.lMiriffn
ami (loincitlc utul ni v iiuolul iiltcnllon "11
collection-on nil ncresalilr- points, mnllting
iiiun!ti iik inwrei riui'B,
i our uankinir IiiihIiic-hk snllcllnl
IIK.MIV I. IMI.IK
TA N rON.
Counsellor at - Li
S3" Will prm'tli-H In iih t'i l.eurif ol tlm
-lull' I r i . i ii j , Mttenl Inn uh ei tci.ll t.uslnc
'htriibleil to in) rnro.
Mi- Uttnrvim ii M ,
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for a first class
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tis In ruinllnoHH to line ynu. Onln.n Mar
iMiiyiifrint,' uml nil otliur k.i
vices remlereil in up-to tlute
Located in Ho'iti.kii's Huimuno
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Or Ni:v Yoitic
Km m (li'imrliiient. policies issned
IPitu, IitrlHnlnj.-, -vimi,
For lull parlieulars address
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fliiine liell Mi 12 Htu. (ieunvieve. Mo.
Oi ricic-ovcr Hank Stu. (Jen.
sr&. uji.ynviKrji. ,vo.
Catarrhal Deafness Gnnnot Kc Cured
y local niHillcailons, rs tlicy c .m ot rpacli
ne iIIecqokI portlun ot tl.u cm Tin re is
Jnly one wny to cuic caiarrnul d-nfmra.
ana that Ib by n cnntltutlon.il nintui'.
Catarrhal UcofiHT.1 In uauail l.y nn In-
innii u cnnulllmi at thu inucona limn r of
he l'.ustachlan Tube. Winn Oils iudc la
Inllanuil you h;wu n rumbllnB sviina or Im
perfect lienrlnir, anil whi-n It la entirely
closoj, Dinfnika Is the riaull. Uiilcsn tho
Inflammation can ho lednccrt nnl ihla tulia
rotorril to Its normal condition. hrnrlnR
will he destroyed forever. Many cents of
deafness aru cniised by catarrh, which Is
an lntlamed condition of tho mucous sur-
ii !"" uiurrn aieaicino acts thru
IOC UlOOa On tho mucnila .nrfnr..,.
system. v" ' "
Wo will Hive One Ilunrtred Dillam for
any cobo of Catarrhal Ii ufness tut cannot
i ' v ' J,,"'1 wmiirrii t on chin, Clr
cularafre.. All Dmiwltits. 76o.
F. f. ClIENUY & e:o.. Toledo. O.
C. A. FULDNER, OPT. D.
ol' Uni linn ot FULDNHU eot'OAl
PAXY, .Miiriim lilil-, :jcfs X
( J rn ml Avo., St. Louis. ,M. ,
hmuK in I he eorreef inn n ej,,.
siKlit., eyestrain, nn;! tint projm.
fittint; of glasses, will he in
Sle. Genevieve again Wednesday, Jan. 4
nt, tlm .Meyer Hotel from 8 n.
in. lo J p. in. Any word nmy ,u
left for him there.
Write, for information or
Cliiinilierhiin'N (,'outh U im ilj
the iMollierV Knvoriii.,
The soollihio; M, Ino.iino. .,,-.
hi'M ol' (:iiiinheihiiii Clinch (i.m, ,V(
lis )le-nnl tush, ,ini ,,,,,, ,,
teehml eines lmvo ium.Ih j (, f,iorim
ltll lieiipli. eveivivhere-, Jt ,w
peeinlly inize.l h.y ninth, 0oiiiil'
III lu mil lop colli, tft'oim mul
rmif iioiibI, as it nhv..y.s nTk.r..N .juiuU
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