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TLt Ford Me2e! T One Tea Trad:
fexi Jew price :rcfc :o art? ihz -xorTTxir.r-
thzt trazzadixit yjvrz ddSvensg rasduauzi
had pr meetly fcea cxduare fcaaerc -sidi
LA fTictJ sxor tracts. In k Ford Traci,
h'yxerrrr, yea act u- worss-drive oi mzsziatse
brenze sutcrisJ, zbyAaiz in itszih zad
p-si'xz in : tkBvsry of pewrer, z: a very krw
J-Tizx. Corae ia a.id 5t; e paint cat lie nxz.iv
icptrxxr merit of :.H Fyrd Oat Ton T.-acfc,
btcatae yxi raced oat j- yoer vrorh. Wt grrs
prcsnpt a-id eSdent repair lcr-.-cr
hfi HxxuA Jt-ti td terra
huki Cir, rtjiUr, . . 1440.
RjufcwJ, fplf, S335
C?i?i, il.rhf iii &iuiiU, S745
Tri:i, yittaiiai, EmUiU, $45
F O. IJ.
" Thine b
Tfil pa!n!n;, whtrh t nnzi In Nat'onal fI-aJfjaBrteri! of th Ataerlcan ,
Her) (, Wljncton 'e-,i t!i 'de hcii.'.2i;e oj Atnt-.rUn x f.z 'Mis wn to i
Atatrtrat, vnixr.r.uiit.'xi in ir,oMI!7') for tu-ryui; tn tne World War by (Ms
brKAnlratlon. It l tb 'oljabortlv- tritnttc and irt creation of Mtjor
,;oeph Gray Klfhell. !ate of tf Oer.er.il Staff, V H. A, tnd F. Ltii Mora,
i f the :w York School of Art. The face of tin central figure t a compei!t
of feoturet of a UiOuttr. J Itt-3 Crot rroritri !ected for the srjioe.
Wi; iii-i- ;it,'iti al;l; to o'T'-r a vi;r,v ojiular ,ym
Photograph t S3. 50 per dozen
Kithw IJrov, ti i,v Miit;io.'c for l,i,j,t or (iiure.
TIIK FAIH PLAY
tTlJHHAy. .VOVl.MHKIl i. in.
OHfcYKAK . . II
V, lit" rrd Ml IliM i'll'.IM"l ht -II- l( n. I '
lii ni-riiiii ()' in a 1 1 in s " . r
ji't.i:x .. j.t.rix, I'uhii-!,.
More than si inilll ioii ;iU of
h lillowcr si" (I v. Mil :i .-;ili value
or $7."i,00.) was pool -it during LI i (
11 st. wuok of tlif i-o oii"ialivi"
in irltetiiit! cainpaiuu in Now
TU.idrod (Jonnty. All this euil
mum (lonti-iictod to the SouUiitast
MlsHonri SiinlloW'"!" (Irnwi'in'
It -tociatitA). I'..v vcmdinv Uii'ir
)i'u(liirt and -Willi ic tjo on"fntiM
1 tlll'SC UfOWIffS will
rif'ir rei".'iiis nearly "ii nurd hh'h iixeu nv iny"ir mid liiolimid I'm
mill I lie entire crop, will hi inn " '""niier ol i-iii for eoiiu'lm mid
fniml'i oH ("(iit.M a pound. The ! ,"U-'- ' '!" unvc it i.t m liltli- i mihI-
. . , in Si'ottaiiil Mis.d.s.si))i!,i'!l"-'l',",,' ''"ir m-h-h of nun
t untie also are joining )v U. s I S'2 " I';,,1";: ,''7"", "
, , i i i ninkc II i Hi.- iillm-l! ill niicii. I i ii vc
enterprise and ln(iiines liave;, .... tllU .
i i i t .i
ii'i'ii i i'i-iivifii nil mill I" 1.11:111 h i
Tufiit Cif, ilirtjr . . .
Ssfis, ttirlif i irtintii! S7S5
0dd3 and Ends.
Cut .sheets of tinfoil and phu-e
unuei" Jlmvet" vase doilies and
dauipness will not atfect the btht
i orru;aiej cant board cut
round oroblontf makes fine table
mats. One fan cover with linen
or crochet doilies if you wish.
When frying anytliin to be
rolled in cracker-meal. uu hnir
Hour and it will brown much
A Iti'liiililfi Ki-incdy for (.'oliin mid
It would fiiriitiKi" yon to know tlm
iininhiir of iH-ople who iihi mid n-i'.im.
mi'iiil CliiiinliciliiinV Cnuu'li It'-niedy.
Mr, J. N. Ifo.o. ViTlJlm. I'll, writi.u
"(i'limnliitiiniii'M Coiiuh Kciiu-dv lum
iiiv trii'iiiU mid iifiiflilu'H who hiivi"
iilu imtd it with nyod rcBiilln." mlv
.- '""ii. in
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FAIK PLAY. STR. GENEVIEVE. MIS&OUKL
U S' Sikliblss Ftf Fife
L;iiT ft Ml
II When Xe action of mjsi m
lilifceiy to injure 2 delicate cuoor,
'nMf .sysjtbarlr, -tarch -rater, or
bran vaster, vAxUk home econ
i 'ock'a .opecblUt of the Unitei
States Department o Auricul-
!Soibark, altlvoBi-'linot a Hap,
srLen heated in rater fonn
To prepare it for oe,
'joj for " minates a cop of the
!k stith 1 qaart of rater;
then ntsA and -train tin liquid.
T5. "'.oapj' rater mary 1m? oed
luu j-trenrtli for smmnv, or
d .oted for "sra-shinj:: half of this
axo3ni enoajih for one-half
tjvfui of water. Since the
Lqsid i- 1rtwnUh, it book! be
I Dsed onijr on dartt-colored roods,
SUsrch -rater eteciaUy
jfyyl for clearing delicate cotton
!) fabrics. Tills it Bsaally made
. y adding thin .starch paste to
' the vaili t ater. Water in which
r.' i rt-i ha- Iveen lled. if it is,
'iOt disvAorhd, uwy be used in--tead.
If it is not desirably to
have the material Marched
vijiutly, it most be rin.-ed in
' .!t water.
sarn" vraj-as .vxipbark olution.
jiiKeiy to faJe
It dfes not xive
cleans- like starch
NO REST-NO PEACE
TtitreV no and !.! ret lor
tbe one wbo og(rrj frotn a bad (j.ick.
awl ditrtuu' ariimry divjrdr.
-" (jt-w-'. ifeve ?h r-"iiiitiit-iil
t Uftii Kidney I'iil. 15 L'ui'I-'l bjr
tMJ fc t , wt; (j-lierit;V-. .jij-.; "AlKHit
t .tr" -f.M' aux I od I)ltll Kidtifej-
, I' d ! earn of aiwivini: l:j.:ey
""t.'f". J lod tlii JiltacU for at
I-t f ir tiioiitli nthl I went al-nt in
niirv w.llj a dull acliin' piin pru
tie i ft ler of my hel:. Jlv ret,t
r I f:T( Orolreii at nielli a- the
l- tj I- l;.v baek tier-r eenied ti It-t
ip A l)'Jit:V ijjtd bet-H i;t in
inv ' nine vritli ir""! r-iilt I -it f
J,nt: t Ilnii' Store and jut t, np
P I A'tnr u. in tlieui dire-!"l, I
nrf:. t.il of Pie iri'il:-and am 0h I to
0!iueiiii jfMii , j.i oilier l.i!ii-v
-iffenr. ( HtateiRent L'iven Jlv &',
"iel "I linvt-n't Iixd tidii'-v ir.ilil
-.i-e I 'i.ed Iioan' Kidney Pill. .it.
era! -,-r ntfo. Jlycilre Iia Itceii
s..t, .i t. I it notr in rtixl fultli '
'I. n "trout; mi-U and lienhliv ).id-
' I tfli'lly 'jHVf tlii" .t-ti-iii-iit .
' "tdei niiiy lie rid of tile tionhle ,
fl 4 J , 1. !
Oil' . t nil deNl'r. Koter-Jlil;inrii
. Mir. . HuflaUi. S. V. Adv.
Tin? KnlNh and Americann
i. ire Hie mo-t luxurious r,nui in
the world as regards sleenin"'
coin fort and after them thf
Fn-ncli. Professional travelers)
of these nations who have occa-;
sion to penetrate into Europe
generally uke their beds with;
them. The Chinese and Japan-'
I ese complain that our mattresses
are Urn Mjft for comfort. The
Chinese use low bedsteads, often
elaborately carved, and support
ing only mats, while the Japan--se
use a matting couch and
wooden neck rest instead of a
oillow A peculiarity of the
Gorman Led is its shortness;
besides that, it frequently con
sists in part of a larye down
pillow or upper mattress, which
spreads over the sleeper and
usually answers the purpose of
all the other ordinary bed cloth
in. The Italian bed is much
bier than ours, especially in
the north of Italy. Uut millions
of people in Kurope, especially
in Russia, have never slept in a
bed in their lives, bchitf content
with a mat or a ru on the floor.
Xitii!u ih liuifliy ifiveii Hint
liuiilin' ami lri'SniKiiiK by day or
nitflil. mi our IhiiiI w Ktriclly hn
liidilfin. Violate will tin pro(f.
itled in IliiiJ'ull I'Xti'iitof llm liny.
I. (!. I)ui;nv and Touv Duntv,
'"lv UlootllHlllllli, .Mo.
The American paper and pulp
association, which convened in
Chicago last week, has asked
the IJ. S. i,r(iveniment and the
individual states for lifty million
dollars for the protection of
Q 1 LOUSt M. AODEL&ON.
Worth, rsjidiic doinwulra In
xxFKtr to tlx fortcnaly riujlns door
141, Iwiod tttr ciwa x.ai ntit-door
irrfjito.', .Utce Cortflj, ia a wild lUU
"Jli'n exisslasr pinJi-1 AUce, diruift
Uiz i jl ytllcnr pa(er toto EXluofu
"V.ttijzi T trtatbrf Elisor, ijutte
"V,iztfa la't It voadtrrful? Elinor,
T'fll zt tdore ttra. If I were not
tnzxzfl rajsz-lf Td tie' uch a deart"
E.ifjr dM tiot dotitit It. I'or two
ytr tsad heard prale of Allct'e
awerft ctmls. Tor two year she
tad ISsttaed io the rdtal of his nunj
lriKiUKi. the tiles of his heroic
ded; oi tiU klndnef . his zraTO.T,
bit zA loot', nntil la her youthful
liatririitka te had l?otne n sod.
Is hit tatce appealed to her roma
tie later. A naa tiamel IJyroa, he
fei rsd rHrrer br coram on place.
-WeH Ictrodace yoa tomorrow after
tiiCTk" prfttaiied Alice.
.i&i a her friend had predicted, the
ftA-rrx-.zz day heiaff Sunday, Kllnor
Introdocd sfter chorea. Mr..
'jV'.-tns rrfonn-d the ceremony with
liltie SaUer of pleasure. She -sras
food of Elisor, aDd iaa t china tin i; wai
-My ri'-phe''-, IJyrcm, dear Elinor, Jun
rvtard from $errl;. Byron, darllcis,
A1W b: friea-J. U.m Worth."
Elio".- lifted her eyes. She tried to
w,s!thln; plea 'ins and polite, hut
rn-r K,Ti" refolded to ol-ey her. Sorae
thi.ir -ass wrons with the wurld. 'Ilie
ULhtoe hrcaxae hatefel, the songs of
the birds a rsocklns choru?. For By
rox the Byron of her Imagination, the
rtic creature of her maiden fan
cier, had taten unto hlwj-If wins1 and
fled ; and In his place stood an odious
lonr-llmbed. jalte un-Byronlc creature
itb a.srjy iiair, light blue eye?, a wide
aouth and a nonde.cript nosf.
"In't be Ja't too sweet?" rnunaured
AH'-e In Elinor's ear.
Elinor flufhed, not so much at Alice's
wori as at the iuddea twinkle la By
The days wore on. Elinor urvlTed
th- hok 'he had received. She met
Byron freoentIy and even learned to
II'. him. That cay twinkle In his eye
M!iii-l t relieve his plainness But
hf felt that Fate hod played a cruel
Joke on her. nevertheless, end that he
would not b th- .same again. The real
Byron eould never attain a truly By
roni" place In her Imagination. But he
bad ben In j-ervke and it was her
duty to be kind to blxn. so she helped
Alice ent-rtaln him. She walked with
him. talked with him. drove with him
arid felt heryelf very magnanimous In
A fevr wek? after his arrival a
French army officer came to see Byron.
The girls were curious as to the object
of his visit, for Byron foretold nothing,
merely fcinlllng with that exasperating
twinklo In his eyes. And the surprise
of the ladles was great when the young
Frenchman pinned a medal on Byron's
chest as a mark of favor from the
French government for unparalleled
bravery and fortitude on the field of
battle and for chivalry and kindness to
French widows and orphans.
That night, when Byron invited Kl
lnor" o'a for a walk, she was s.trangely
liy. It had come over her suddenly
that Byron was a personage.
"Elinnr." said he. after they had
walked a few minutes In silence, "don't
you think you could like me a little,
though 1 am not all that you had
"All I hoped for?-' stammered Eli
nor. "Ye. You see, I know my aunt and
Alice have a way of raving over peo
ple, and I could tell they'd given you
a wrong Impression of me. Also, my
name has been a mumbling block all
my life. I don't know what my parents
had again. t me when they named me
Byron. It Isn't so bad with men, but
girls have bud n habit of Judging you
by name. Confess now. didn't you
rather expect to meet a shaggy-haired
poet. liiMcad of a plain John Jones?"
"Who has been decorated by the
French government," said Elinori soft
ly, "and who never said a word about
it, though lie knew the decoration was
"Oh. as for that"
"As for that," suld Elinor, "I realize
that loets could never have won the
war for us, and that I'm a very foolish
"If jou'll forgive my being un-By-rniik"."
snld Byron, with his humorous
twinkle, "I'll forgive your being foolish.
In fuct. I'm pretty well pleased with
you as you are."
Elinor stopped and made him an old
"The sentiment's mutual," she said,
Which pleased the un-Byronlc Byron
Land Clearing Shown In Pictures.
Movies of the first land clearing
school ever held In the United States,
that conducted by the Marinette
ciity (Wis.) Land Clearing asso
ciation, and the University of Wis
consin last fcprlng at Cedarvllle, In
.Marinette county, are now being
shown by Sccrelury Livingstone of the
association. These pictures were
taken in supplement the educational
kind-clearing movies lent to the nsso.
elation by the university. fley show
actual fanners nutiinlly performing the
operations directed by the best prac
tice of land clearing.
ion m caoss
Tht Anwrlean H4 Crft, by lt
CnflreMlnal charUr, If officially
T fumlih volunUtr ! U th
lek nd wound(4 of armloo In
tlm of war, In aecordanc with
Uio convention of Geneva.
To act In mattoro of voluntary
rollof and at a modlum of com
munication botwoon the American
people and their Army nd Navy.
To continue and ctrry on a eya
tern of national and International
relief In time of peace and to ap
ply the eame In mltlgatlnj the auf
ferlnge cauaed by peetllence, famine,
fire, flooda and other flre calam
ity. To devlte and carry on meaaure
for prevntlna the cauae of
FOURTH RED CROSS ROLL CALL
November 11-25, 1920.
. ... i
Send duea to your neartat local
FIRST AID TRAINING
TO MEN AND WOMEN
American Red Cross Is Teaching
Hundreds of Thousands Life
The purpose of instruction tn First
Aid to the Injured ofered by the Amer
ican Eed Cross Is to train men and
women to administer First Aid treat
ment promptly und Intellltently when
emergencies tknaand it. First Aid
treatment Is not Intended to take the
place of a phytdclan's terrlce. A sur
t'eon should always be summoneed ai
h precauUonao' measure where thert
Is an Injury a! any consequence, but
when one cannot be secured a few mln
ules delay may mean a fatality. In
such a case r pet-sen trained In First
Aid Is Invaluable no: only to the In
dividual, but through lilm to the com
inunlty Id which be lt-s.
There Is rerhaps no way of ascer
taining the number of deaths or sen
ous disablements widen result from
luck of proper safeguards or prompt
emergency treatment. It is safe to as
tert they number thousands dally.
There can be no doibt that the appli
cation of First. Aid methods to each
case would Immeasurably lighten the
country's toll of sufberins and death.
The dissemination af First Aid train
log and Information has already pro
duced a farreachlag nnd beneficial In
fluence In the prevention of accidents
on railroads In mlnts and In great In
The benefit of a rldespread knowl
edge of First Atd !tu the event of a
great disaster, such us a train wreck,
n explosion, an eaalbqulke, etc. Is
obvious. Laymen who have had First
Atd training can render efficient as
sistance. Many liven amy depend upon
such emergency care.
Bed Cross First Aid work Includes
(1) the formation add conduct, through
Bed Cross chapteiK, of classes for In
struction In acclrttent vveventlon and
First Aid to the lajured among men
and women In all -ciumnnitles and In
every Industry; 2 the fntrodnctlon of
courses of instruction Id high achools
The Red Cross n i prepared to aupply
First Aid books an d equipment at rea
Every person la this country able to
do so should. In "ids own Interest, re
ceive Red Cross Blrst Aid Instruction.
Information abrux the course and In
struction class-si tuny be bad at the
nearest chapteir Uemdquartera.
RED CROSS EXTENDS
RELIJEF TO POLAND
More than 15,000,000 has been spent
by the Ame rfcan Re,1 Cross In aiding
the atrickeu people of Poland. The
organization "has nursed the alck, fed
the atarrlni;, e-lothed the naked, shelter
ed the homeless, achooled the children
and cared tor the orpnans there. It has
conducted a relentless fight against
typhus, chola ra and other terrible dis
eases. So tn day millions of men nnd
women In I that resurrected nation
speak In grat eful appreciation of "The
Greatest Mof her In the World."
Nearly 20 3 American Red Cross
workers are now engaged In relief ac
tivities In B oland. Four large relief
bases are ia operation and eleven mo
bile units an i In the field. During the
Inst twelve months this organization
was largely Instrumental In the re-es
tabllshment of a mlliion refugees at a
cost for get ieral relief of more than
$1,000,000. ; Last winter one-half rati,
lion war orji bans were aided material'
ly, and sine then a aeries of large or
phanages hai e been established to glv
them peraaaa ent care.
But for A lerlcan Red Cross aid, of
ficlals of r!t ind declared recently, mil
Hons of pee de In that country would
have perls) d ef dlaeaae, exposure or
starvation tj ie laat eighteen montha.
And the wri k there must be kept up
for iotlttr i ear,
a. W. LAliHIHG, M. 2).
Hie. Oenevltve, Mi
rail anitwf red promptly day or alariii
Office at Lnnmt'll Drug Mort
DR. LOUIS J. BIJISNEIt
PJIV.SICIAX & HUHGEON
OKFICK OVKH IIIKCH & DOUOhAS'
Office J 10 Telepliofie Her. 4J
Onion Unui, Weekdnyx:
H-I'J n. in. '1-1 p. in. 7-S p. m
Sunday: O-I'J a. m.
DR. L. J. IIUI3EH
Office buT liutlerfne'a tints hunt
OOe tbof Jlllich A llouclu' ll;u, m.,1.
Ute. liencrleTr. M
HENRY L. R0ZIER
rt-Itrnct a nectrml IUbkin u.l
Ktute lluslneri. Imuml ! iKichih,. inn..
ami domestic nd rite iwl.l uxt.ii..,.
colleetlocron llienble Mjlnt. r.n.nii
HK.VItV I. 1(0X1 Kl.
C J. STANTON.
Mtej and Counsellor at Lit
CF""III fnctlcr In all t'jr CourU of Hit
llt I'romi.i .ittnitloii rirt-K to all lindiiM
nlriuMilto iur rre.
."Mi- isrrterlero, Mc.
J OK FITZKAM.
ZTF'ShaTinK, Halr-CiiltliiK. hktni,tHlnr,Ac
i"iiie In thclateti niTlt rtionl,icrilr.
los U a I'OlHc.nii sllllful liarlicr, anil Ual-
In reailn in .rTp toil Call on Jlar
M. BEAU CHAMP,
shvlriK. halr.cullinif, lianiK:oliit, etc.. In
.li lat-l .tylea. ITiiln.t altrntli.n anil ln,,
airirs. mir imtrniiac"- In ri-nprrthilly llrit
l. .-amp on Main .Mrirl, Inninc'
I .united on Mm ki t Street West of
For lir.ot-chiss work call on me.
siiitviuc. Imirciitinir. sliHinpoonitur,
li".. in the latest stylus.
JOSEPH BR U IDG ERE
MiistiKintr nnil nil other ser
vices rendered in up-to-date
I.OCATKI) IN HOTTLEH'S BuiI.DlNO
V 11llla I ... .
!.i"."i ;,ll. "tiention to tl.c bhrri
..ciiaiucriveri', goo, I liorM,anl.
oln litiKtes an,'. tlier vi-hlrlua Hlirrin
rcailne, lnrei l.n., i.'.i.' ." "ff'n
liberal ratW. ' K.Wo M M?u Si
t Iveii ,. commercial travrlrr.. G,i,rrl i.iilVu
l-atroimn, i re.Mieotfully olr.lte.l.
Th GKNRVIKVK. Mt
FiJiiiij M: Fire Insurance Co
' Ok Ni:v Yokk
Km in department policies issued
cii-o, Litri.t,,iK, avi.mi,
Kor full partiiiiilurs address
, Unrr.r I'niKiliot, Airunt
riiotio Hull 1(112 Ste. OoiiHvievo, Mo
E. B. MOREAU
OmoK-ovur Bunk Sto. Gen.
srie, Gjr.YMt'iJsrs, mo.
more Ca'arrh In this section
Sf,,'?0 c.0"ntrr than All other disease
i.ifeti,cr,' an1wf.or year'' 11 wa sup
Rf'eid 10 b '"curable. Doctor prctcrlbej
loca remedies, and by constantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounce 1
It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local dls "as'
riI0T.and. tllcr(,fore require conatltu.
tonal tieatment. Haifa Catarrh il l
nme' 4Jl.an"rac;,.r.el by F. J. Cheney
Sj oiS: to a cont o'nal
taKn mternallr and acts
ner.Uh.,,o..?l00d on ,l10 Mucous Surface
of the System. One Hundred Dollars r".
?JJ,Th Med "Ine f"9 o cure. Send for
c,rc,ulf and testimonials.
SO d T b?hr SZSJ ttl' 10,CU0' ow
' HU' ramlly y mi for conaupatloa.