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1 aGRAND SLAUGHTER em 1
' Sale of $ i o.ooo Worth, of Choice fresh Fall Goods at GOVE'S.
JTI You m alwayn got Goods at the close o n Scuhou when you do not need thorn at reduced prices, but you rarely over have an op-
portunity to buy good Hcasonnblo Goods at the beginning of the season at tbeso Slaughter l'nccs
Oood Dark aud Light rrinti. worth .V, for
llest grade s.o.a .tied Tle.worlb lie, tor
Dark and Light Colon Id Percales, SO Inches wl.te
Ileal Values on Coltnn Flannels front Sc lo
1MU and Striped Sblrtlngal lot than Wholesale Prices-
Friday, - - - Octobor(19, 1000.
isiilii'trllie (or the TimiU.NK.
W. I). M. Coins' went lo New Flor
Claud Itlrc of New Flnrcuce wim
Mr .1. 0. Haskell
Llltln IIciiH hiiiI Leo Sturgeon nre
on I lie sick Hat.
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It M s
Dray Domet flannels, good for SVIrti, peryird..
(100 Pieces Ilress (looda, Cheaper ttisn prraent Wholeaalo l'rlcel.and
all good new Fall Style.
Ladles Vasts and rants to match, fine quality, por Suit.,.,,.
Ladles UdIoii Suits, regular 75o gooda for
Chlldrem' Vests ai low ai ,
lllsnkels all Wool, worth snswhere t3JM, for
Cotton lllsnkels, good ones, for pair ..
A llrautlfnl Chlld'i Cloak nt, . , ,
200 110)1 8ults,just received, at hall Valuu, from.
My Slock consists of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoots and Shoos, Hats and Caps, and if yon want anything in this lino I can buvo
you 25 per cent on what you want. Come and see what a few dollars will buy at
Montgomery City, Mo. . GfO'SIi
la visiting rein-
Senator Johnson and
Saturday In our city.
Waller MalfryTrWVllavlHe, i
on our streets Sunday,
ii. ;. Whim spent it few
Wo noticed It. A. linker nud family
ou our Mrerls Monday.
Mr. Jas. Haxtrr went lo High Mill
Saturday for a short visit.
Jno. G. Miller
Bntunlny to vlll
went to St. Charles
on lit farm.
You ran get niv lu thei TltlliUNK.
Steve Quick wai visiting
here Saturday ami Sunday.
Jno. Yogi la building n new
on lila farm east o( town.
Hen Hiadley Is iii Iroiu SI. Loul"
Jaa. (arilner wa In town Tuesday
.Milt Dike was lii town Mouilayou
II. S. Ilaker wnnon our streets the
flat ol iIih week.
Joe Made was on nam) to hear
Jauiea Farguion wnt lo St. Louie
Sunday on business
ij. T. Hake.- waa hern Momlay and of
uuiirne heard Wallirliir.
Irvn Pace la up from St. oul lo be
wllli lit a ahort time.
JuIiikoii left for St. Lonla
iflernnon to servo ou a Jury.
Mr. Garltnaii of Mldd.'etowu' waaon
our alrcela the II rat of the week.
, M rar.I. I SVua t!fa ( JoneaJ
iir,Vi.t,M...t,lu.' 11. ...if ..Iff
lny. .1, Xi. Hubert and wile ot Now
I'lurcnco went In our city Tuesday.
Frank U'yIIk and Iniuily were llio
gueit of IrU'iid near Mlucoia Suuday
tl. F. Graham and wife of Miueola
lvas In our city on ImaluekB .Monday
Oawold Slirotl ami Fred Neldeneiill
of DIk Spring, went to St. UiuUTuet
I. si, Itichajds mid wilo hnvo .rc
turued I rum a vll( with rvlatlvea at
Mri,(,A Tatiim of Iowa la visit
ing her mother Mr?. .M. U. Spires ol
Mr, buo l'earv, who hna been villi
lutf Mra, Arcli White returned huinu
Mf, J Ij. H'yllu mid two daughter!
Mia4eH IVarl nuil Lettle apcut Sunday
Geo. Ij. Ilcllamy and wife relumed
Saturday from MCieoIu. They report
a lluu tlmii.
Joalali Maun, of Wellington, Mo1.,
and Mrs. Ileitis Elmore of thla city,
Wedtieaday, Or.t. 17, 1000, at 4:30 p. in.
at the realdeuce of Elder S.,A, Elklu,
Elder Elklna ofllclatlHR. Mr. Maun
la about 70 jears old and Mri. Elmore
about 60 yeara nf age. They will
make their future homo at Wtlltug
Subscribe lor the TiiIIIUNK.
There will be a meeting at Mont
gomery City on Saturday, Oct. 271b
In the interest of the Stato ?,lbrary
for llural School. Thla ll au Int.
portaut matter and we earuealty ho.ie
that every achnol teacher nud school
oUIcer lu Ibe county will be preaeut
and assist us.
It ,L Hall, Secretary of tho Stale
Library Hoard, will be present and
address tho meeting.
E. A. VIo, (Jo. Com.
Will Not Advertise the 0ood5.
The Yale aiithorlttea will not pro.
coed agaluat the whiskey establish
ment that Is making an unwarranted
and unwarrantable use of tbolfjValn
seal, lest their efforts may tvtVJ to
advertlso the whiskey. Tho Yale
attitude on this tubecl Is, as the
lloilou Herald suggests, like that of
tho man who said hn didn't object
to being cowlddod ou tho street by
an actress but that he did object to
being uaud aa an ndyer)Jtlug medium
forlier show. i f
pariy oi ineiius ii1 riunv.1 rAiinougn
(ho party was a mrprlBO Mls Johuson
made every body have n good lime;
Thoa preaeut were;
Mlaaei Uenloii McCanuo. t,ula and
Jcssio Suggctt, Entile Kuiiucllr, Julia
Ferguson, C'orluuo Vngt, Nellie Graves
Grace Guplon, Cora llnrnes, and Veo
You should visit Gove's Great Ilarley. Messrs Will Harris, Iluth
Slaughter Sale and secure I'imo oflOwlngs, Fred Brown. Claud Leach,
those lUro llarglus. See his ml in i Ecu Vogt, Lawrenco I'cgram, Earl
another coiiiiu of this paper. j Fuller, Honker Graves, Davo Hudson
. ... 'and I'runk Timri.er.
If you see n merchant's ndvlrllsc-
men lu this paper, you w)ll confer ni The regular mooting of tho Eastern
g:ent favor ou us by speaking to I Star was held Monday night with a
them when In their store
T. J. Hunter of St. Eouls wl shak
lug bauds with old friends here St n
VI) tin Ham, shipping clerU for the
Cotlueuial Tobacco Co, was up Sunday.
Mrs.U. A. Mitchell let! l-'rlday after
hoc. n Tar n short visit lu her parents,
Mr. and Mrt. Dillon, of near New
I'r'eachlug at the tj. I". church next
Sunday, morning nud evening, by the
pastor, llev. .1. M Ill. All are
came down Saturday afternoon from
Mexico where rho has been unending
the Street Fair.
Gcorgo Hartley of SI. Eouis was up
Sunday, Mr. Hartley worked fur the
llrowu Tobacco Vo. seven yeara ago
and la still with the firm.
Hon, I). A. Hall spoke t the court
liotiao In this city last Tuesday after
noon to a smalt but luterestod au-
dience. Mr. Hall made one of Id usual
lutercstlug speeches from the demo
cratic standpoint but from the republi
can standpoint ll was Illogical and unbound.
The same criticism Ibat Davo Hall
preaches now against McKinley and
the republican party and (be awful
results that are sura to come to pass
were preached by men who were in
the democratic parly lu 1854 ami In
1868 and Mr, Hall knows ll loo. He
also knows that those thlugs did not
como to fjass lu 1861-& or lu 1868-9
nud the republican caitdldatea were
successful then and their pollolcs- were
tried out. In tho light of such
historical facts, we say that Mr. Unit's
argument and prnpholrs are Illogical
The State Supt has sot asldo Oo
tober and November for library
months. Will you allow mo to sug
gest haw you can help our school
library? If you have a sultablu book,
(or for that matter several of them)
which you have read and found enter
talulugor inatruellve or both; wbv
not hauil ll in to us and let us place
It In die (chool library? You may do
much good with a small outlay. Try
It pleasl! Yon furnish the bonks nud
we'll do the rest.
Already wo bavu a number of
tardlea recorded, Won't you help us
to nvoid lids iiiipleasaul condition?
A little extra care on tho part of I lie
Iioreuls and children Is all that Is
Something ought to bo done to reduce
tho prevalauce of the bablt ot smok
lug which cau remit lu nothing but
harm to school buys. Wilt you please
His position on tho I'hlllpplue qucs-1 "KeM wlll '" "ml 'lo ll?
Tlie Tr.wx'KK 81.00 per year.
Miss llertlin Stnudhnidt nnd little
MUs Edmlo returned from St. Eouls
Saturday night. '
It. 8. 1'atil, wile nnd little Ml
I'uullue speiit Qiimlay with relatives
mul friends lu Dmivlllo.
llr. George Jones returned Satur
day from a vssit loins brother Charles
in tho Indian Nation,
Mr. nnd Sirs. Clint Aylor wcro ou
our streets Monday and, ol course,
heard Wolbrldge speak.
Mrs, Geo. Kergusuii has been ou the
sick list for some time but wo are
glad sbo is some better.
Uncle Jack Covington, of Middle
town, camo over Monday to hear
Itepubllcnu doctrine expounded.
Mrs. I). F. Graham camo up Monday
from Jouesburg and spent tbo day
wlb ber brother, 11. G. White.
Mrs. Jaue Mount), of St. Louis, was
the guest of ber mother, Mrs, Eoulia
lleetiucr of this city, last Suuday.
Lei Ulades, of Miueola, camo dowu
Saturday afternoon from Mexico
nrhnro ho bad bceu atteudlDg the
Mr. Hnokwond has ' treated her
residence lo n brand new cont of paint
nnd otherwise improved It. Wc nro
always glad In note Improvements
especially in our homes.
good ntleudnnre. Five I'ctilloua for
meinhershlp were presented. This
shows tho Chapter to be lu n healthy
stiilo. It is n noble Institution and
should rotelve the .support ol every
mason ns well as lu family.
I AlL'ermlsscu lc Schaler shinned this
.ir. iv. a. i.ranam was in our city . week, ono car of wheat, two ears of
Iiiudny allcrnoon where she met hor oats mid four of bay. This "does not
suMjr, Mrs. I linn of Memphis 'I enn I look llk Montgomery City wn n
who will spend some tluio visiting
her on her place near Mlncnln.
Elder W. T. Drown, who Is thii
glest of Elder S. A. Elkln of I his city, I
preached at the Old School Baptist's
hall Wednesdy night. Mr. Hrown Is
au nbfo minister In that denomination.
Henry btnrman of near Miueola
was In (own Tuesday nnd made our
olllce n plen'ant call. Mr. Kormnu is
n staunch Itepubllcnu nud will do tho
parly much good In tho coming
Morrlo Unas of Vnudalla, III., sent
his brother Will quito a number of
snap-shots taken during tho street
lair there. They nil made good pict
ures and nro truly reprosouativo of
our fall festivities.
Mrs, Juo, A. Vogt Jr. entertained
tho Crokluole Club Friday afternoon
After the playing of tho usual number
of gnmes delightful refreshments
were served. Mrs. G. P. Vogt won
II. C. liegeman, of Jouesburg was
u our city Saturday. Mr, Ilegemau Is
one nf Ibe staunch republicaus of the
couuty aud says tho party Is slrouger
lo day than It bas ever been.
Mr, and Mrs. Alex Jeflerson hnvo
returued from Colorado, We hope
they will remain In our midst.
very dull market, when you romemher
that every station ou the Wnbash Is
shipping grain ot nil kinds from this
Mrs, llerlhn Goeblo, who has been
visiting her sister Mrs, J. A. Ilarrcll
of tills. city nnd relatives near Middle-
town for the past mouth, lelt Tliurs
day for her liomo nt lied Cloud, Neb.
Congressman Vandlvor ol Capo Glr-
nrdeau camo In on tho 10:25 train
Thursday, aud went out with W. Ij.
Guptou to Mlddltqwu whore ho spoke
Campaign encasements Canooled
Ills friends throughout the stnlo
will Icaru with regret that JqIiu It.
Mustek, of Ktrksvllle, has been coin.
pelled, ou account of ill health, to
cancel his engagement with the He.
publican national committee to take
the stump In Indiana. Mr. Mustek Is
suffering from Interim! Injuries recciv
oil the evening. following tlio devasta.
Ilou by Ibe tornado, lost year. Shortly
after tho storm passed, tho Graphic
says, he nnd another porsou discovered
a woman nud some children uuder n
wjecked building, Together they
raised the entire tide of the fallen
bouse nud freed the woman aud
children. Hut tho benvy Hn Injured
Mr, Mustek Internally and ba bas not
ecu a wen uny since, ' , p-
tlon seems absolutely absurd. Ho
would glvo them Independence nud
then tell nil Inequation of the world to
keep bauds nffor we'll shoot them olf
It Dave Hall's Ideas u the Phil
ippines were put lu operation we
believe that the IJ. S. would havo her
hands n great ileal fuller trying lo
keep tho hands nf nil other natliiua oil
of the Filipinos than sho has now try-
Inn to keep AiuluaUlo and his follow
ers oil our fl&tfjilf DAllnll waa renr-
nil; a nun wu ih'iii-vh lie wouiii uotunaB
of that sou or rnthrr ho would rcqutrn
tJiHt.ebild ohelilnj and the rules, of
ins fioiiau orne wouiii not proioct inn
hoy from all comers that mliilit want
lodo him bnrm. Wo dun't believe he
would say "Son, bo sober, be indepen
dent, gel drunk, rob and murder who
ever you plenxu and If anybody la
hands ou you by tho eternals your
daddy will shoot him down. And yet
ll he believes what he preaches nbout
the Philippines he should believe nud
net as thin Illustration Indicates In
rearing a sou.
Mr. Hall did not say stand up for
Dockery, stand i)p for Conk, stand ii
for that whole gang that "1 have
fought for years."
Oh, no! Halt don't llko thii' IoIIohh
and hn passed them by lu anlltud
Mr. Hall did not say thati'vrry time
you or I or ho oriiuy other lnxpa)or
of MUsourl paid his lax that he had to
pay 6 per cent Interest ou $1,000,000
of Hkchool fuud that oughtto hedinw
Ing that This falls more heavily ou us
poor fellows than licking revenue
stamps three or four times u eiir.
Hall Is said to bn n bravo uiuii nnd lie
ought to hnvo tuck led this school fund
lout with both gloves oil. lint ho did
not. None ol their speakers do.
Didn't Wnntto Tnko Any Chances
Tho Citizen tells of u farmer living
near Macon who n few days ago visit
ed n local rent estate mail and asked
him It bo could find niutomer for
Ids farm. Tho Mncou man, knowing
that tho farmer's flue hall section of
laud was unincumbered and well
slocked, nud Its owner wel.o-do, lu
quired with considerable, astoiiisb
iiieut why be wanted to sell. Tho
farmer answerer: "Well, whllo I am
well situated and bnvo n good farm,
and am n Democrat, too, yet I bellnvn
If Ilryan Is elected tho cotiutry will go
to b I, nud for fear Hint bo might bo
I would like to dispose of my furm."
A Dltof Philosophy.
Walter Williams gels ot( lids chunk
of truth: ''Fame bos tnkcu men from
the forge nnd from the plow handle,
but she bas uevor vet reached over
tbo picket fence and yanked a dude
out of n hammock,"
Dr. Humphreys' Speflo Manual on
treatment aud cure of I ho sick mailed
free ou request. Address Hum
Don't foget that parents will be
asked to report the amouut of homo
study 'among sumo other Items to ns
A pupil who carries no book home
with him or does not use what he I
Carries homo Is building for diss.
l'leasu slfctti reason for absence or
tsrdlucBS lu writing excuses, ll helps
u (0 know tin, reasons.
M ,ltcapoctfully, M. F.lHionis's.-,
oJ OllUUfJ IUI O tl lJ .
I will sell at private sale at my farm
7 miles north-east of Montgomery
Oily for the next two weeks, 80 head of
two and three year old well bred ewes
'Jt FitANK I). Cl.AIHL
I will Well at my Iiinn2 miles Southwest
of Price's llrunclion
Wednesday. Oct. 24, 1900.
The following Properly to-wlti
1 Soricl horse, i yeara old,
1 Hay hoise. ft ) ears old.
1 Sorrel mare. H )card old,
1 (Jruy mure, 12 yeara old. ,
a Hliortliorn fous anil calves, '
2lraded cowl and caUea.
1 l'olanirtie eow and ealf,
1 Yonrlhitf heller,
Several Hhonta, twlglit about tKl poinds.
1 rami Wagon. 1 Outs Seeder.
'2 Slower. 1 Champion, and 1 Deorlug,
1 DIo Cultivator.
I Hiiglty, S poles and Double llaniets,
1 sn ot eluisle Harnei, 1 Set ot Wnuon
1 Set or Chain llarnosa, 1 t'ldar Mill,
:A Aerea of Corn to the Hold,
(I Slacks of Hay.
1 Straw Stick. Household and Kitchen
Ami other tilings too numerous to 1110 n
Tint.MH OF HAl.K-AII sums of 10.
and under cash. Overall), a credit of 10
inoniha without Jnti rest. Knot paid when
due, uoto to bear Interest from dale at 8
per cunt. JOHN K. HALL.
Col, Tlppett, Auclloncir.
REPAinlNQ SEVERED AHTERIES
Sarflcsl real VonK Tlioofht l ! Ibj-
Foltlnkosh, a rich farmer, cattle
raiser and reindeer farmer, rtsldins
north of St. Petersburg, suffered an
Injury to the upper end ot tho light
thigh, caused by being violently hurl
ed from his slelch. The wound was la
a line over the femoral nrtery (tht
large artery which supplies the entire
leg with blood), tho latter vessel hav
ing been laid bare.
Kamlsky, the surgeon, with the
great wisdom ot a world ot experience,
wisely apprehended the possible re
sults ot this peculiar wound, and for
the next twenty-four hours ho spent
every minute ot bis time, valuablo as
It was, working with chemical nro,
molten substances and apparatus ot
divers kinds until finally the object ot
his efforts was finished, a small hol
low, clastic, colorless tube, nbout llvo
Inches long, the composition ot which
la not recorded, consequently not
known. In twelve hours after his task,
was finished careful scrutiny ot the In
jured limb revealed a slightly bluish
tint, scarcely noticeable, on the end ot
the great toe. This was tho signal for
operation to the surgeon, nnd the
stockman was Immediately taken td
the operating room, where, In order to
arrest oncoming gangrene, he was
subjected to an odd and experimental
operation. After tho patient was an
esthetized the wound was uncovered,
carefully cleaned and tho tissues care
fully pushed and dissected away from
tlio large artery, exposing nbout three
nnd one-half Inches ot bruised vessel,
ready' to disintegrate. A clamp was
placod on the nrtery an Inch above
.whcregnormal j.eound tl:sua began;
Ulan'lia'riiltlha A-.n-., u. V.n l,.nnnn
of tho bruised and sound tissue.' lluur"
carcfully drawing tlio niyster!oua.,Uipor
irora its aseptic niuing puce, no
slipped the cut, round end ot the vessel
Into It about an Inch, being exceeding
ly careful while doing so to keep the
hollow tubo collapsed and empty, so
ns to avoid nil danger produced by tho
cntranco of air. Repeating the samo
process nt tho lower end of tho nrtery.
he In rted tho tube into the end ot
the vessel nbout the name distance ns
the upper end lay In the tube. Then
gently releasing the lower clamp, ho
nllowed the tubo to fill with blood
from the portion ot tbo vessel Hlow.
Then the final test come when he gent
ly nnd steadily removed tho clamp
ifovo the tube, thus establishing an
tlnfcroken channel which would carry
tho blood to Its normal distribution.
Two months afterward llio patient was
attending bis everyday duties nn for
merly, suffering no Inconvcntenco
whatever from his wound.
nt. .' .i
YttL.Ji in i-111 'toi'i 'ih s itfcsT-i-illiTi--t
Wo nro now malting orders
n'no receiving; now Ooor?.
Wo hnvo Just opened up a
lnrgo btook of
BOOTS and SHOES,
Also nil kinds of Itubber
Groceries, Hats, Caps,
Notions. We also have
Sewing Machines. Or
gans, Flour and Corn
Meal, Crockery and
Wo will gladly show you gooda
and prices ; and -wishing tho eloo
tlon lo turn out tho oest for lis all ;
to glvo, prosperity and plenty of
work and good times to all,
J. W. SCHOWENCERLYT,
Bolleflowor, Oct. 10, 10OO.-4t.
Oalrutntloit tli Itale, '
Society at least In tho larger cities
cannot resist tho temptation to bo
extravagant. A few years ago there
was a reaction from the custom ot glv-
.Ling expensive favors at dinncrj and
germnns. Hlch articles ot Jowolry wcro
libooed a "bad form," and (lowers
and bonbons were again the thing.
Hut tho whist parties havo offered an
other opportunity for lavish display.
The prizes are magnificent pieces ot
cut glass and silver, embarrassing td
tho recipient. Now thero Is a protest
against this form of display as well.
No one will deny, of course, that gifts
Ilka these are In bad taste, Jt la doubt
ful, however. It any permanent reform
will bo brought about Tho trouble Is
that ostentation has became to deeply
Ingrained In the eocia world that a
return to Blropllolty Is well-nigh Im
possible Money rules lierp as else
where, and when ono sets tho pace
all tho others follow, Providence
Now York Lettcrt , Three women and
a man, comprising an expert gang ot
shopllftors from this city, were arrest
ed In Newsrk Saturday night, with
nearly a wagon load of plunder taken
from tho counters of three or four ,hlg
department stores in that city. Tho
detectives found that the women had
no big pockets In their skirts or sfiop
liftera' bags, but were provided with
hooks aTid strings, nnd had hooks on
tho heels bf their shoes. Things which
they had brushed from the counters to
the floor wero adroitly lifted with a
heel hook and euspondod Inside ot the
skirt. Ono worked nt a time, and'
transferred tho loot to a companion In'
some dark hallway, where the good'
were' made secure under the skirts uu
til the flail transfer was mai)e to tksj
sachels carried by. 'tho man. ''
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