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My tA7li-In AlK'ANok.POTXOKrilBPAID
ONH yUll(tnltnO"V(ity) f.tnt)
ONIi YKAJUUutsldo County) .11.2'
Knternd at tli Postolllco .it Hto. Ociicvlevoi i
Mi.f iw stcond-clasa mall matter.
JVt,KS .J. J.t.VtH, rutitlHhn:
Hpr'tug Term 4tlt Monday in April
Kail Term. Uli Monday in Ootobor
Sorliij! Toim.. - -1st Monday in Mny
Summer Term lut Mnutlny in Aug.
Fall Turin lot Mo-mlny in Nov.
Winter Turni-.-.lst Moiulay in Fob.
Frank J. Muck Juilgo
Sprint Term Ilrd Monday in Mny
Hummer Town 'Inl Montlny in Aur.
FnllTi'vm tin! Montlny in Nov.
Wintur Term 3nl Montliiv in Fob.
Tuesday, Aug Oth is Pri
mary Election' Day in .Mis
souri ' you want to see
the D.'-mocratic Party via
tnrious in, November be
sure and go to the polls
Tuesday and help name,
the strongest Democratic
Vote for the man who you
think will he the strongest
at the November election
See that your Democratic
The way to win in No
vember is to start right at
the August Primary-
Be sure and vote-
Knt men uro not smiling these
Hotli ulizzinds nnd hot waves
suffer in common from flitro-
Don't iisu harsh pliysieR. Tb re
action we-'ikoiiM thu bowels, lends to
chronic constipation. Oct Donn'n
Keuulet.s. Tliey operate unsily, tone
thu stitimiuh, euro constipation.
Tlio 'Steiini roller" has retired
ami mi effort will be nuule to pro
duce tiie landslide.
The Democratic plulform boil
ed down in: "Take .your bund
wut of my pocket."
Try to remembor tbut nobody
cures bow wnrin you are and
eliane tbo Hiibjeet.
Now .lersev doubtless would be
Bontont to qualify us tbo f Deter
uiotber of presidents.
"I -viis cured by one ilnsj of Clinm
licrlniti's Colic, Cliolern nnd Dinrrlioon
Keineily','' writes M. H. Ocbliardt,
Oriole, I'll. Thorn is nothing bettor.
For SuIh by hII denier.
'J'lie man who steals a RirlV
lieart is liable to servitude for
Hfe. Hoys bo careful.
Colorado bus gotten along very
well witb one senator, Illinois
won't bo any woreu off.
Hives, eezema, ileh or salt rheum
itn you crazy. Can't bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment
otites the most obstinate cases. Why
suitor. All druggists sell it.
Theru'n one advantage of being
a bull moose; taking to the woods
will come easy, and natural.
Elbert. Hubbard says we ought
not to take music with our meals.
Afraid we will chow the ragtime?
- I. -.
' Were all medicines ns meritorious
ns Chamberlaiu's Colic. Cholera ami
Diarrhoea Ilemedy the world would
bii much bettor oil and the percentage
of Mtirering greatly dwreascd,''
writes Liudey Scott, of Temple, Ind.
For sale by alt dealers.
.It, seeins too bad that. Mi.
Taft's cabinet is breaking up
now, with next Match &o far
Gov. Wuson is not a boss. He
is a preceptor, a disciplinarian,
and accomplished leader of the
Now and then a candidate
looms up who insists on running
in the face of all kinds of danger
"My child was burned terribly about
thu fnce, neck nnd cheat, I applied
Dr. Theuias' Eclectic. Oil. Tim pain
ceased and thu child sank into n rest
ful sleep." Mrs. Nnucy M. Hanson,
Hamburg, N. Y.
Mr. Tuft must sympathize witb
the corpulent corporationists who
are going to get the fat fried out
A, 8. Jone. of the Lee Phannaoy,
Chieo, Cnl.. who has handled Foley &
Co., uieilKjines for many years, nay t
'I (Jonsiilef that rolcy's Honey and
Jk Tar .C.miipi6ip1 has no equal, nnd Isj
' ( ' 'VfTl? "!""IMV Villi IVVUIII-I
V(;,;iiirjwetiiiijln nq tutrcntio grl
'ii, Vlwj'illw t'i Soltj by A
Do you wtint the lion Kthvurd A. Kozior
elected Judge of the Court of Appoulo (
Then do your share to bring about his
election by attending the Primary Election,
August (, nnd voting for his nomination. adv.
Senator La Follette wont be
lmppy until be gels at tbo bot
tom of the colonel's campaign
Tbo populist, the prohibition!,
and the Hull Morse, all started
at third piuty base and never got
Onu of the most common ailment
that hard working peoplo nm nlUiutcd
with is hiino back. Apply Cliutnbor
Inin'i Linimunt twicn a day and mas
hiiro the parts thorouKhly at oath ap
plication, and you will Kut quick to
lief. For snlo by iilhliialors.
The bureau of (Miemistrv is
sending out a code of couiinel for
hot weal bar diet. By the way
what is the cost of cool living?
Mr. Taft miiat cei tin nly be
Hawing a pile of campaign wood.
He is the mlcutcst man in the
ltobort llorter. Lawtoncoville.
JIo., wlio had buun bothorcd with
kidntiy troublii for two years, say :
I tritul throe uuTcrent kindn of kidney
pills but with n., reliof. My nuiuhbor
told nm to uso Foloy Kidney Fills, I
took three bottlus of them, and cot n
permanent euru, I teeommund tliem
to everybody." Sold by A. O. Meyer.
"Take back vour lob!" ex-
cluimod Herbert Smith to T.ift.
"Kays are royal raiment when
worn for I . It's, sake."
It is going to taku 2G7 votes in
the electoral college to name the
next president, Mr. Koosevelt
still uocds about 2t0 of them.
Am Ever At War.
There nnt two thinirs everlastingly
ut war, joy nud piles. But Uueklen's
Arnica Kalvo will banish piles in any
form. It soon subdues tlio ilclniitr.
irritation, iullaminatioii or swelling.
It ijivoseomforl, invites joy. Uieatost
hosier of burns, boilN, ulcers, cut,
bruises, eczema, scalds, pimple, Nkin
eruptions. Only 'Jo ets at H. W. Lau
uiug. The politician-, say that when it
comes fo handing out. the ""lad
bund" Woodrow Wilson tin
artist that bin 'em all skinned.
Revelation?, in ,i local faic
riiuonial agency show that
man s fancy lightly turns
"beautiful doll" just about 13.
The "Progressive" I'arty
is tlio individual man or woman,
who uso Foley Kidney Pills for
backache, i jienmatisin, weak
back and other kidney and blad
der irregularities. Foley Kidney
Pills aro healing, strengthning,
tonic, and quick to produce bene
licial results. Contain no harm
ful drugs. Never sold in bulk.
Put up in two m.cs in sealed
bottles. The genuine in a yellow
package Sold by A. G. Meyer.
The republican campaign will
be personally conducted. In the
absence of any great party leader
the President's secretary will con
file men whose profits come
out of the high tariff say they
want Taft, and they want him
bad. Of course they do, but the
Can't look woll".! well or reel well
with impure blood feeding your body.
Keep the blood pure with Burdock
Blood Bitters. Knt simply, take ex -
n.-to.. I-.,,,., ..I,,.... :u i
wu,,u jWH III IIIIVU
We don't understand how
Nicky Lnngworth is going to
keep on being an unintoreslcil
bystander, it's such a wide open
game of family politics.
Chauncoy Oepew says thoro is
a funeral ahead for both Taft and
Roosevelt, and the onlv question!
is(vho will got the ijiost llow-
eis," 'J'bo qolonol would, after
his habit, claim all that were sent
in, except for the incapacitating
That question will bo asked you almpst d.illy by business men Beeklnr your
ic'viivss if ymt miallfy-tako tho Draughon Tralnliig-and show ambition to rise.
More BANKKka Indorno DRUGHON'S Colleges than Indorse all other buni
aess colleges COMMNUl). 48 Colleges In 18 Stntcs. Intumatlonnl
i-KittK amllUrr lirsne.nu Uood rOSUlONSCUAKAlTTEED umiwrra""
UooVltaeDlnc. ItookkceDcrs all over
die United States nay that Draughon'n
Ax'eivKystim of Itookkeeplng save thorn
from ?.J to JO pt-r cent In work and worry.
i.Unrtlin:Kl. I'metleAlIy all U, R. oltl
lal cmirt ronortern write tho Kvstem. of
dUorthand Utnunn Colleges teach.
DWAUGTioiN Tactical business collJsgk
Speaking through the Com
moner, Mr. liryan says he loves
Champ Clark, but Champ is
maintaining a petrilied silence as
to a return of the affection.
Ml. V. S. fluiiMrilns, a farmer liv
ing near Klointumir, I'a., ays lie lui.i
used ('hambei Iain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Itemedy in his family
for tourtoen years, and that ho has
found it to lie an excellent remedy,
and takes plensuio in recommenduii;
it. For sale by nil dealers.
Naturally the ulledged attempt
to blow up Taft with an infernal
machine didn't attract much at
tention at a time when be is be
ing blown up by "T. K." every
Tho diffeienee between Dr.
Wilson's jaw and Col. Roosevelt's
jaw is that the csutooiiNtn enjoy
the doctor's almost us much as
the Colonel enjoys his own.
The Trials Of A Traveler.
"I nm n traveling salesman,"
writes 15. 13. Youngs, H, Berkshire.
Vl., "and was niton troubled with
f.-nustipatiou and iudigestion till I begati
to use Dr. King's New Life Fills,
which I have toiind an excellent rem
edy.'' For all stomach, liver or kid
ney troubles they are uucn,uiilcd. Only
-o cents at H. V. banning.
D. C Hyhce, teaming contrac
tor living at til!!) Keeling Court,
Canton, III., is now well rid. of a
severe and annoying ease of kid
ney trouble. His back pained and
bo was bothered with headaches
and dizzy spells. "I took Foley's
Kidney Pills just as directed and
in it few days 1 felt much better.
My lilo and strength seemed to
come back, and I sleep well. I
am now all over my tumble and
glad to recommend Folev Kidnev
PUN." Trv them. Sold bv A".
If Gov. Dunoon cannot appoint
; ii successor to Loriiner, then
them will bo an e.niptv Illinois
senatorial chair until the end of
the (2d congress, which is next
March. There arc stuge whispers
to the effect that Loriiner will trv
to "get back" without being "put
Kpaifer Io Belay
Kidney Diseases Are
Too Dangerous for
People to Ne
Thu great danger of kidney troubles
U that they get (Inn hold before the
sufferer recognizes them. Henlth is
gradually undermined. Backache,
headache, nervousness, lameness,
soreness, lumbago, miliary troubles,
dropsy, gravel and Blight's disease,
tollow in merciless successiou. Don't
neglect jour kieueys. Help the kid
neys with the tellable and safe remedy,
Doan's Kidney 1'ilK. whMi Iiiim mired
people right hcie in this locality.
J John M. Burnett, l-'arnnnaton, Mo.,
jsays: "J never gave Doan's Kidnev
p,s fnil. trial but have used enough
I ot thum to klimv 1!lt tll,y MJt (,iwty
I "I Ul" ki,,i-' a"'1 "V'u backache,
! lMy K'ns0 wm of m.any V'n,IJ standing
i,ml sometimes th attacks were so
' severe as to lav mo un lor a dav or
I...,,. A, I L'l tO t I S OH u ll..Uu
of my kidneys which was very annoy
ing. In some way I learned about
Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a
box. They proved very effective in
regulating the passage of the kidney
secretions and also giving mo relief
from baekachu. Alter I received such
good results ftom this remedy, I pub
liely recommended it and at this time
I gladly confirm all I then said."
tor sale by all dealers, Price 50
cents.. Fostor-Milburii Co., Murrain,
.New ork, agents for tlio United
Hemember tlio name Doan's -and
take no Other.
Home Studv. Thnuttitirft tt h,i
ters. bookkeepers, and stenographers aro
holding Rootl jf6ltlons us tho result of
taking Draughon's Homo Stvjy,
CATALOGUE. For pi Ices on lessons
ny Mill, write J no. F. DKAft.uou,
4-resiueni, niniii, lenn. X'cr jete cat
nloguo on course ATCOLLliGH, write
STATU OP MISSOURI I,,
CnuNTf ar Ste. Oukvibvh t "
Orllee nf County Clerk.
Notice Is hereby Riven th.it a. primary
electlon will l..i held nt t!u rpijular iotl.nir .
Mncss In onrli erpclnet of n.ilil coitntr ot
Hie, flmmvlevo hcuI Hint thn iolls will ,1m
oliua tivtn'ecn tliu hmin nfven o'clock In
the uiiirnlnR, nail stven o'rtnek nmt ton
inlniiti'.t In Hid evenlnir. on the llrnt Ttivvlnjr
ot Aiiku.I, 1312, lie Inif llm Mxth iljy tit Auk
Uitt, 1912, fur Hie iHiritnuft of tininlit .itlnir can
illilntxi for Htutr, illntrict, county anil town.
KliUolUcen, to le vntrit for at the jjonurnl
cKictliin to hu htli1 on TncsJnv, lifth day nf
Niivcinlior, 1912. Tlint the Imrulnafter men.
tliiueil list contaliM thtt nmo and tiotiilllcii
nililrvAtuf ech ciiinllilkl for nomination,
tncctliir Willi a iU-'lk-DJtl(iii of the olllce fur
which he In n enmlliliile, nuil thn tnrly or
lt Inclplo that he rt'pre'cnUs tlin hours ilnr
lint which the polli III !( otm.
For Oiirernor reiro nttni; the Ouuiocratlo
Klllott W. Iaor, llowllnit Orocn, Mo.
Juiros A. Ho'Ji'IiIii. JffTerson Oily, ilo.
Duvlil A. Hull, 1iiiinlHnn, Mo.
William S. Oowlioril, 1016 Cuiumerci billld
InK, jfjnuns City, Mo.
Aiitrii't Itenry llulte, SKO tlnrtfonl strrft.
St. Louis, Mo.
Knr aorrniirrit'rBi'tithiirlho Rpubllcin
Arlhnr W. llrowMur, 2S.V) IliirrUcm utrnet,
Kaum Olty, Mo.
I.oon W. (luluk, '6i North Kuollil avenuti,
Bt. Ixiuls, Mo.
John C. MeKtnler, I'nlouvlllo, Mo.
A. r-it Murtiliy, ltolln.Mn.
John r SiuiKpr, Milan. Mn.
Kor Qovnruor ruprnsontlni; tlio Proliltiltlon
Ch.n. K. atokpi, 112.1 TS.ist 12th strnet.
Knnsaa City, Mo. .
Kor Omormir repreaeutlnit the Soclallat
William A. Ward, 709 No. 810 Olive street.
St. I.oul, Mo.
Hot Oovwrnor rtiroannllust th Soclallat
Chan. Kok'ers, 412 W. lth rtrnet. Kansas
Kor Uontcnant-Oovernor rcirsontlnB tbo
AloxnodiT R. llnonn, Chnrlnston, Mo.
William K. Palntnr. Carrolltnn, Mo.
Kor I.leulen.int-Oorernor miroaentlufrtho
Hlr.uu Lloyd, 1212 Clara avenue, St. Louis,
Kor Lieutenant-Governor reprnseutlni; th
lullu C. IIUKlies, Illi'htnonil. Mo.
Kor Lteiituuant-Ooveruor reprontlnic th
Klubanl (leo. Hotham, 811 Now street,
Kor Secretary of Btato representing the
Democrat In Party.
Cornellua Iloach, Carthaitn, Mo,
Kor Hecrotary of State rprantlnc the
James J, Alford, Spring eld, Mo.
n.itioit I). Silver, It. r. I.5. St. Charles, Mo.
Kor Secretary of State representing the
Win. II. Guenther, Concnrdl i. Mo.
Kor Secretary ot Stile representing the
Erne it Theodore Ptiliretn, Sedalla, Mo.
Kor Secretary of SUte representlnir the
Socialist Labor Party.
Clifton llulbrook,ZM7, nlr.l. Joplln, Mo.
Kor State Auditor representing the Demo
John P. Gordon, Lexington, Mo.
For Stale Auditor representing the He
Green n. Greer. Slkeaton, Mo.
Kor State Auditor represnutlnit the Prohi
Orlaudo V. Wager, Neoho, Mo,
For Slate Auditor repretintlng the Soci
Philip Wagner, 3I.M llallldny street, St.
For state. Auditor representing tho Soci
alist Labor Party.
John W. Neumann. 1UTN. 1Mb street, St.
for State Treasurer representing tbe
Eilwln p. DeaLCharleHton, Mo.
John II. O'Meara, 5317 Cnbaune avenue, 8t
For blutn Treasurer representing the lto-
IMwnrd Sehrantr. .MM Minerva avenue, fit.
Daniel It. Ilocfer, lllggunrllle. Mo.
For Slnte Troaauror representing the So
W. W. McAllister. 8prlngflld. -Mo.
For state Treasurer representing th So
cialist Labor Party.
Otui .1. chwUsgebel,2IW Chirlotte street.
Knus.is C'ltv. Mo.
For Attornoy-Oenersl representing the
Fr nk IV. McAllister. Tarls, Mo.
John T. Ilarker, L.iPlata.
Joieph T. Davis, ty)J Pierce Hl.lg., St. Louts,
For Attorney-General representing tho
.lames II. Mason, Springfield, .11 o.
William C. Irwin, JefTorson City, Mo.
For Attorn ty-Gcneral representing tho
lllcbard H. Wilcoi, Itarlne, Mo.
For Attorney-General representing the
W...le S. Handy, 2311 Itaytown Kit., Kansas
For Attorney-General representing the
Socialist Labor Party.
George llDiiry Hloehaum, 70S Monroe
street, it Clrirlos, Mo.
For31sllro.nl and Warehouse Commission.
or representing the Democratic Party.
Hiibe Oglesbyf Warrensburg, Mo.
James T. lli.idshaw, &40 Tmo-tt avenue,
Kansas City, Mo,
Albert S. Lelit, 1152 Washington boulnvard
t. Louts, Mo.
Henry I'orgoy, Mexico, Mo, '
For Itidlroud and Wareluime Commission-
ur represeuttngthe Hepubllcon Parly.
Kdward O. Marsh, Ml Wjoming street,
William S, McCaull, -tlio Holmes street,
Kansas City, Mo,
John II, Curran, S210 Kldgo avenue, St.
Vor Railroad and Warehouse Commission
er representing the Soclallat Party.
Prank P. O'llare, in olive street, St.
Por Railroad and Warehouse Commission
er representing tho oclallt Labor Partv.
Joseph Sp.ilti, ItAl Mullanphy slreet, St,
Por Judge of the Supreme Court (Division
No. One) representing the Democratic Party
(one to be elected),
Henry W. bond, 3714 Washington botile
vard, St, Louis, Mo,
Charles II, Stark, sea Chestnut street, St.
Perry H, ruder, Jefferson City. Mo.
, For Judge ot tho Supreme Court (Division
No, One) representing the Republican Tarty
(one to be elected.)
Edward Hlirbeo, Klrksvtlle, Mo.
Stephen S. Drown, 2610 Frederick arenue,
St. Joseph, Mo,
Forjudge of the Supreme Conrt (Dlvlilon
No One) representing the Prohibition Party
(one to be elected,)
Oeorge K. Rowling, 8032 East Sixth street,
1'orJudge nf the Supreme Court Division
No. One) representing tbo Socialist Party
fonii to be elected '
Julian A. Vox,3 tSsnt Pino strpet Spring.
For Judges nf the .Supreme Court ' Dlvli
lon No. Two) representing the Demacraic
rrty (two to bo elected.)
County Clerk's Notice
Robert t'. Walker, Rlatto building, St.
Henry Carroll Tlmmamls, 1M7 Chorry
street, Kansas City, Mo,
Charles It. Paris. CarutheMvlllo, Mo.
Thomas J. Dulanoy, 13-H Washington
svenuo, Springfield, Ma.
Forjudge ot tUo Supreme Court (Division
No. To) representing the Republican Party
1"r" l" bc ole.'trt.J
Charles V. Denton, llutler, Mo.
John Konnlsh.iUI Tracoy avenue, Kansis
Forjudges of tho Supreme Court (Division
No. Two) representing the Prohibition
Party (two to be nlectod.)
Klbrldge It, Reuhani, 1010 Cast Nineteenth
street, Kansas City. Mo.
For Judges of the Bupremo Court (Division
No. Two) representing the Socialist parly
(t AO to lis elected.)
Julian Ltughlln. II. F. D, No. 3, Clayton,
Jeremiah Murphy, Mnnelt. Mo.
I For Judges of the Supreme Court 'Division
No. Two) representing tlio Socialist Labor
Party (two to be elected.)
Fred Biultl, m Mullanpny street, Bt.
Albert Kelmer, 21.13 Charlotte street, Kan
sis City, Mo.
For Judge of St. Louis Court of Appeals
repreentlng the Democratic Party.
William A. llardner, Piedmont, Mo,
William II. Allen. Wl Find nvenu?, St.
Christian F. Schneider, 5H St. Louis
avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
Forjudge ol tlio St. Louis Court ot Appeals
representing the Itepuhllcan Parly.
Charles (1. Shcpard, Caruthersvllle, Mo.
Kdvvard A. Itozlcr, Karmtngton, Mo.
William Den Ilecker, 4CH8 Ltndell boule
vard, St. Louts, Mo.
For Jud'ce of tho St. Louts Court of Appeals
representing the Socialist Party.
Shurdlan Carlisle St. Louts, Mo.
For Representative In Congress for Thir
teenth Congressional District representing
the Democratic Party.
Walter L. Hensley, Farmlneton, Mo.
For Representative In Congress for Thir
teenth Congressional District representing
th'i Republican Party.
Simon G, Nipper, Potosl, Mo.
Marton II. Jloyer, Farmlngton, Mo.
For Representative In Congress for Thir
teenth Congressional District representing
the Socialist Party.
weorgo w. u'uain. Fiat Kiver, mo.
For Hepresentatlve, representing the
Patrick II. Coffman, Mlnnlth, Mo,
Kor Judge County Court First Dlitrlct re
presenting the Republican Party,
F. Anton Wellcr, Ste. Oenevleve, Mo.
For Jadgo County Court riesond District
representing the Republican Tarty.
Wendel Uoth, Mlnnlth, Mo.
Foil V. Wolk, Welngnrten, Mo.
For Proseeutlnr Attorney representing
the Domocratlo Party.
James M. Mahoney, 8te. Oenevleve, Mo.
For Sheriff representing the Democratic.
It. H. Abornathy, Ste. Generleve, Mo,
Gottlieb Kohni, Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
For Sheriff representing the Republican
Chaa. A. Plnkley, Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
For Assessor representing tho Democratic
Ellas It. Roland, Mlnnlth, Mo.
For Assessor representing tho Republican
Law. J. Joker'st, Now OHenburg. Mo.
For Treisurer representing the Demo
J. F. LeCoinpte, Ste. Oenevleve, Mo.
Henry O, Klein, Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
For Treasurer representing tho Republi
Joseph If. Rehm, Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
For Surveyor representing the Democra
E. D. Vogt, Ste. Geaevleve, Mo.
Jns. L.ilumondler, Ste. Genuvlove, Mo.
For Constablo, lleauvnls Toivnshlp, repre
senting the Democratic Party.
W. II Richards. St. Marys, Mo.
For Constable, Ste. Oenevleve Township,
representing the Republican Party.
John Uerter, Bto, Geuevleve. Mo.
For Constable, Union Township, represen
ting the Republican Party.
John Lore, Ponca, Mo.
PTATK OF MISSOUIU I
County of Sle. Genevieve J"
I, A. A. Uaumgnrtner. clerk of the county
court, within and for the county of Ste. Gon
ovleve, do hereby certify that tho above and
foregoing Is a trne and correct list contain
ing the name and post office ndilress nf each
candidate, together with a designation of
i the office for which ho Is a candidate, the
! puty or principle ho represents: also, the
hours during which the polls will be open.
In testimony i hereof, t hereunto set my
hand and atllx the seal of said court. Done
at olllce In Sto. Oenevleve, this the 9th day
ot July, 1012.
Clerk of the County Court
July 20, 1912.
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CIIAS. W. MKVKK8
BANK OF STE. GENEVIEVE,
STE. GENE VIE? 1C, MO.
.account SoUcllttl. lAberal 4ccoMMdaHon&
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
irm ;; I rr mi. Inln'tnt on Time OfposltH for
One fear anil li per cent, for SU .TffHi.v.
Deposit Boxes now ready to rent at 82 and 43 per
year. Deposits insured against robbery & burglary
STE. GENEVIEVE BREWING & LIGHTING
jSLll orders l2?oDaa.iiay STMUeca.
P.. W, LAHNIKG, U. D
Ste. Ccuevlfcve., Mc
Calls answered promptly day ornigM
Ojire nt l.itnntvn Petty Store
CHARLES J, HERTICH, lfL I
Physician, Surgeon md koucbar,
BTK. OBNEVIHvE, MO.
UCtlls answered promptly dry or nlxhl.
Office above It inch A Douglas' Drug Store.
Ste, Ucuovleve, Mo,
Dfl. L. J. HUBER
Office nb'ive HutlclKc's DriiK Stare
8 In 1!3 in. iniil 1 to 5 p. m
OFFicn-over Bank Ste. Gen.
We will give special attention to the Livery
business Kclisbledrlvers, good horses, first
class IniKglca and other vehicles always in
midlnesi. Horses boarded by the meal, day
or wees: at liberal rates. Kspeclnl attention
given In commercial tt-avelers. General public
ft-rts UKN.KVIUVK. - AUSriOUHI
ronnHSUMATisu moncts amoolaooca
COME ON BOYS
I'M IN THE TRADE
And READY TO BUY
Tiios. B. Straugiian,
Sto. Genevieve, Mo.
Women of the highest 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 tie declining years, there
is no safer or more reliable med
icine. Chamberlain's Tablets are
sold everywhere at 25c a boi.
Sold by Dr- A.- G- Mayor
C. J. STANTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at - Law.
CJ-WIU prsctlce In all tlie Courts of th
Stsie. Ptonipt attention given toall builnis
entrusted to our care.
Ste. Genevieve, Mo.
JAMES M. MAHONEY,
CouiiMelor nt Litiv.
Olllce In Court House.
Will represent heirs In divisions oflands snd
the seltleincnlof eftstes. Claims mid account
collected. Wills and all other legal documents
caiolullr drawn. Will practice h all courts,
IRENE G. TOST,
Psrtlsl or Complete Abstracts or Title (nr
nished promptly ut reaaouable Ogures
Write deeds, pay taxes for non-residents. Gen
eral dealer in rial estate.
NOTARY PUBLIC 11! QMCS.
'Phone No, HI.
HENRY L- R0ZIER,
STK. OENKVIF.VK, - Ml)
C5"J transact general Hanking and lieu1
Estate business, buy andaoliltxcbatiRe, foreign
and domestic and give special attention to
collections on all accessible points, remitting
promptly at lowest rates ,
Your banking business solicited.
I1KNUV I. HOZlKIt.
Shaving, bulr-cuttlng, shampoolnc, etc.. In
the latest styles, Prompt attention nndshaip
razors. Your patronage is reapcctlully ioIlr.it
ed. Shop on Main Street, opposite Lauulng's
. JOE FITZKAM.
lysimrlng Halr-Cutllng, Shamnoolng.Ac.
doLc Intholatest style at reasonabli-ralcs.
Joels n pollteand skillful barber, nnd Isal
ways In readiness to serve you. Call on Mar
MnsaginK find all other ser
vices rendered in up-to-date
Located in K. of P. Building.
8ucceed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they nro the supreme 3
rcmeay, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY-LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist s counter.
and CURE the LUNCSii
Trial Bottle Free!
I AMP ALL THBOW AND ttlNOTHOUB'.ES.
Anrone sending a sketch and det crtptlon msr
qalcklf Sfccrlaln our opinion free whetLer an
Invention Is rrotiably patentable, Comnmnl'1'!.
tinnt strtctl- com) JentUL I land Book on Patents
ssir irti. tiinest fnvr lot socnring psionn.
Pstenta taken tbpiuitti Mann A Co. recelr
rprrfal riotfcs, wllhoui ;bsrge, Intbe
A handiomely lllnstrsted wesk'r. 1 truest d.
rulstlau of nnr scisntiae Journal. Terms, SJ a
tenrs fnurmintlis,fL ftilil byall newsdealers
MUNN & Co 3tBror.hevv York
Branch OiDo, d w at, Wablnton, D.C.
mi fin Is.