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SUSDAY MORNING 3HSSOUKIAS, KOVEMBEK S3, 1917.
Rational Livestock Market. I
NATIONAL STOCK YABDS. EAST ST.
IOUIS. Ill- November 5M. 1917. Tlie llve
i.tock market for today was as folio a:
JIor receipts 4.8)0.
Mixed and butcher. $1700QS17.S0.
!ool lienvy. $17 7T.S17.03.
Tittle receipts 1,300.
Native beef steers. $S$1G.
Vearllne steers and lielfers, ?7$!tS.
Stockcrs and feeders, JOJOMtll.
Texas quarantine steers, ?C-75(8$10JiO.
I'rime Southern beef fctcers. $9$12.75.
ltiw.f enws urn! belfers. SG&SIO.
I'rime yearling steers and heifers, $7.00
Native calves, $575$13 25.
hheep receipts 150.
Hues $10 $11.
Taunt-rt and Chopper. J.'&fS.TiO.
Meeting; of Columbia lied Cross.
The first annual meeting of the Co
lumbia chapter, American Red Cross,
vnll be held at the workroom, in the
Thilo Building, on Tuesday. N'ovem-I
ber 27, at 4 p. m. Reports of chapter
activities and financial conditions to
date will be made and a board of di
V. W. ELWANG.
HERSHEYS SENT FREE
The CO-OP Store Is Doing
Its "Bit" for Our Sol-diers-to-Be.
MUST HAVE CANDY
Hermetically Sealed 3-Pound
Boxes Wrapped Free and
The CO-OP Store is going to do its
"bit" for the boys at the training
camps in the neighboring states. It
will wrap and pay the postage on all
Hersheys bought for the boys in train
ing at Camp Funston or Fort Sheri
dan, or in ahy camp or fort in Mis
souri or any' bordering state.
It will cost no more to send a box
of Hersheys to a oung man in train
ing than it costs to carry It home to
eat. The CO-OP has seven boys in
actual service and wants to do its
part In getting fresh candy to the
boys who will soon be in the regular
Sweets Build JIuscles.
Hersheys are made from the best
chocolate and best cream and con
tain the carbo-hydrates which, produce
neat ana ouiid muscles. Plenty of
candy helps to develop the muscles
and make them tough and sinewy, the
A box of Hersheys, 24 5-cent pieces
or 12 10-ccnt pieces, weighs almost
three pounds and at the CO-OP'S
special price of $1.00 makes it the
cheapest first-class candy on the
The boxes are hermetically sealed,
making them ideal for sending
.through the mails. And the Hershey
Chocolato. Company stamps this Cau
tion oa every box: "This chocolate
was in perfect condition when it left
our factory. If damaged in any way
on opening, please notify us at once'
You take no risk in buying Her
sheys for your soldier friends. The
CO-OP'S liberal offer to wrap and pay
postage makes it the best candy to
send, and those boys sure need candy.
Men ii Training
Fighting isn't the only duty of a
soldier, and exposure to bullets is
not as serious as exposure to all
kinds of weather and dampness.
Rheumatic aches, sore and stiff
muscles, strains and sprains, chil
blains and neuralgia, all are enemies
of the soldier, and the relief for all
these pains and aches is Sloan's
Liniment. Clean and convenient to
carry or use: does not stain, and
penetrates without rubbing.
Ccaereui sized bottle, at all druzgiati.
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STUDENTS BOTTLING MILK AT M. U. DAIRY DEPARTMENT
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MAY FI.E TAX DOIICEHS
George S. Starrett Mill Start After
Delinquents .Mondaj Morninp.
Strong measures will be taken by
the city tomorrow to make persons
uho are delinquent in paying their
taxes do so. B. W. Jacobs, city col
lector, has the complete list of those
who have delayed payment and intends
to give it to George S. Starrett. city
attorney. Mr. Starrett will take le
gal action to force them to pay.
According to law, the taxes were
due November 1, but twenty-four das
of grace hae been gien the delin
quents in which to pay. In the past
two months of grace have been grant
ed the slow payers, but the mayor has
changed the old custom. Dog taxes
were due in October and about seventy-five
persons have failed to pay.
The new tax on vehicles should hae
been paid In September. Twenty-five
persons have not paid it.
Marty delinquents were rushing
late yesterday afternoon to pay on
the last day of grace. Those who
have failed to pay and do not do so
before suit is filed against them to
morrow will have to pay a fine and
court costs. Revocation will rest on
the leniency of the city attorney.
5c The Little House
With the 1 Shou Tc
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
William Kussell in
"THE MAX WHO WOULD 0T DIE"
Also Helen Holmes in "The Lost
Express," Cub Comedy (on Monday
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
Greater Vitagraph presents
(Star of "Within the Law")
"WHOM THE GODS DESTROY
"THE NEGLECTED WIFE"
(14th Episode only one more)
Women will be interested in the
sweet, self-sacrificing spirit of Mary
(the neglected wife) and men raaj
learn a lesson how to regain their
self-resnect and rekindle the love of
!"A MoirlwtnH Wifp "
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Mary Miles Mlnter
"ASNIE F0K SPITE"
Only 5c for an eTenlng's entertainment
GET IN LINE
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Our Ready-to-wear and Millinery Department will be open
at the old stand Monday and Tuesday, balance of store closed.
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Every Precaution Taken to
Provide Pure and Whole
COMFORTS FOR COWS
Bossie Must Be Kept Healthy
and Cheerful While Doing
Her Bit for Man.
To safeguard the health of the stu-J
dents at the University of Missouri
and to gite them the wholesome
nourishment which they need after
laboring oer some problem in
chemistry or writing an English
theme, the dairy department bujs
milk from farmers near Columbia,
runs it through a sort of dry-cleaning
process and sells it to the cafeteria,
Parker Memorial Hospital and Read
It is becoming a well recognized fact
that poor old bossie Isn't wholly to
blame for all the dirt found in the
bottom of a milk bottle she does the
best she can. True enough, in the
hot summer time she often wades out
hip deep in some stagnant pond to
stand for an hour or two, or in the
winter is forced to lie down at night
in some filthy barnyard to chew her
cud but, then, where is the milker
that he doesn't clean her udder be
fore old bossie is called upon to give
forth her lacteal secretion from which
we obtain so many valuable food
products? Maybe if that old roan that
has been driven through mud knee-deep
to her milking stall could only speak,
the first thing she would ask for would
be a fcath, a grooming and a clean, dis
place to stand. Unfortunatel, both
for her and the consumer of her pro
duct. It is not from her own choice
but men's neglect that she stands in
such discomfort. '
IJovsleV Temperature Taken.
But even a milker spick and span in
a white dairy suit and a clean cow
does not keep the milk entirely free
from bacteria. Bossie may be in the
last stages of tuberculosis, or the
germs of diphtheria, scarlet feer. In
testinal trouble. or typhoid fever. The
water used at the dairy may contain
herd probably has appeared healthy
and there has been apparently no
cause for having a veterinarian on the
premises. In fact, few realize that
bossie, like persons, must have her
temperature taken in order to de
termine w hether she has symptoms of
tuberculosis. To eliminate these dif
ficulties, man has invented the clari
fier'and the pasteurizer. The first, by
means of centrfugal force, takes out
any suspended foreign matter, or any
particles of dirt which have unavoid
ably found their way into the milk; the
pasteurizer frees the milk from bac
teria. So the dairy department of the Uni
versity of Missouri, supervising the
conditions under which the milk used
by the students is produced, requires
that 'fcossle have all the comforts and
conveniences of life to make her happy
and cheerful when giving her bit to
ward the development of man. that her
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attendents be properly robed, and that
her physician give her a dose of
tuberculin every year to determine
whether or not she has tuberculosis.
Many Bottles LNed Dally.
Immediately after the milk is
drawn it is cooled to 50 degrees
Fahrenheit, and it delivered to the
dairy department before 9 o'clock
every morning. Upon its delivery to
the dairy it is clarified, pasteurized at
145 degrees for 30 minutes, and put
up In bottles which have been steri
lized by live steam. Most of the milk
is put up in one-half pint bottles, filled
and capped by machinery, and sold to
the students who eat at the cafeteria.
From 500 to 800 bottles are used
Thus we see that man has now come
to realize that milk ranging all the
way. from fairly good to very indif
ferent and mostly the latter retards
his development, subjects him to all
sorts of contagious diseases, and
even leaves a bad taste in his -mouth
after drinking it. Whether the memory
of that bad taste has been handed
down through all the generations or
whether the milk has just in recent
years taken on that cff-Ilav or it is hard
to say. Anyway, man is waking up
to the fact that he doesn't like milk
as it is ordinarily produced, and he
has busily set about devising ways
and means to privide a product that
will give the most wholesome nourish
ment. WHOOPING COUGH CONTAGIOUS
Most Preialent During: Winter and
Spring:, Sajs M. U. Physician.
Whooping cough is a -contagious
disease caused by infection of the air
passages by a small germ. It exists
during all seasons of the year but Is
most prevalent during the winter and
spring months, according to Dr. O.
F. Bradford of the University of Mis-
souri. Whooping cough is extremely
contagious, more so to children than
grown persons. Unlike most diseases,
whooping cough is contagious to In
fants. The general rule is that the
younger the child, the more danger
ous the disease.
Whoopihg cough requires from sev
en to twenty-one days to take the dis
ease after exposure. It begins as a
cold does, with a watery discharge
from the nose, the eyes sometimes
water, and the, patient sneezes and
has a hacking cough. Early in the
disease, omiting is common, especi
ally in young children. Later on
coughing becomes more violent and
the "whoop" is characteristic.
Whooping cough is a serious dis
ease, says Doctor Bradford, and no
child should be willfully exposed in
order that he may take it and be over
with it. The dangers of whooping
cough lie in the diseases which may
follow. The most common of these
is bronchitis with pneumonia. Ab
Powder By Its
Actions and Results-
Don't allow misleading statements .or
advertisements to influence you.
Calumet Baking Powder is appreciated most by
those who know it best.
Before you form an opinion give Calumet a trial,
watching every process of the making and the
baking from start to finish.
Calumet will prove that it is pure, wholesome and
economical that light, fluffy biscuits, muffins,
doughnuts, cakes, griddle cakes, etc., always result
from its use.
Thai's Why We Say-
Go to your dealei ask for, buy and try a can of
Calumet Baking Powder. Ifjou are not perfectly
satisfied after a thorough test, return what's left
and get your money back.
Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been
approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities.
You Save When You Buy It.
You Save When You Use It.
aPter the game at
Over Dorn-Cloney laundry)
Thursday, November 29
Dancing Begins at 8:15 o'clock
Music by the
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scesses in the ear are common folio
ing whooping cough.
Whooping cough patienu require
fresh air, preferably warm fresh air
Plenty of water should be given. The
diet should consist of soft rich food!
such as milk, butter, mashed pot.,
toes, custards and ice cream. Veir
little meat .should be given. Car
should be taken not to allow the
patient to become suddenly chilled
thus gtyng him a cold. In all cases
a doctor should be summoned at the
beginning and his advice followed un
til the end. Persons have been
known to contract the disease from
on individual as long as sir weeks
after the onset. For this .
quarantine should be maintains
strictly for five or six weeks.
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