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CHAS, W. GURNEYi - Publisher
MONTGOMERY CITY." MO.
Subscription One Dollar Per Ycnr.
FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1000
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ciwnnd Mmiiliiv In November. lUnvlllc. 4tli
Mondny In April mid llrst, Monday In Nov.
Montgomery Olty. 1'lrst Monday In March
June. Scptnmuer mm nccemucr. uaunm-.
n-t Miimliiv In 1'iiliniarv. May. -August and
M,imM-('llv Ihlril Mondav In .lanu
., ... A.r.11 ln'lit im'H rvmlwr. ll.invlllL'. first
Monday hi March. Juno. September and De
MISSOURI Democrats arc jast
now "up a tree." After 1010 they
will be in a hole.
Equality in taxation is provid
ed for in the constitution, but ob
jected to by critics of Governor
"Free Trade Champ" Clark
handed Claude Ball of tins elev a
rather stincrine rebuke last week.
Perhaps Claude will be good now
Jugde Areus Cox came so near
election to the Supremo bench
that his appointment as one of the
three judges of the new Spring
field Court of ADDeals was a mat
ter of poetic justice.
It is the contention o Governor
Hadley that taxable property
should bo assessed equally; that
assessors in every county should
ascertain and report the real value
of all taxable property. What'
the matter with that proposition?
In a recent speech at Topeka
Governor Hadley showed his hisrh
anDreciation of an honorable bar
bv savine: "The lawyer who
shows his client how to violate
law so that he can escape through
a technicallity, not only violates
his oath but also violates the law
himself, and should be driven out
of the profession.
Are You Going to Build?
" - - ' ""':ir."'.rj
If you do, Remember that we carry
in stock, Northern White Pine Finish
and Siding, California Red "Wood,
Spruce and Fir. A big stock of Yel
low Pine Finish and also Dimension
Lumber of all kinds, Cypress Finish
of all kinds and the Best lied Cedar
octti ruruT nnnvnr i v m-rnn a ivi
I llnllNMirAa imil tfniiflm nnnv. .H. Tltt-
...... wv..v.. -u..vi.vuu. f
bolstering Doric ICurtiltura Itcpalrod and
Pelt and Hnlr MattroNscH niado to order
that are etual ht tlio best In workmanship
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
July Term, Probate Court, Montgom
ery County, Missouri, at City of
MONTGO MERRY CITY, MO.
without a party. Perhaps in the
course of years thry will discover
tho fact for themselves.
W. K. KaVanauGII and Hon. C.
P. Walbridgo of St. Loui?, Walter
S. Dickey und L. M. Jones of
Kansas City, and former Governor
A. M. Dockery of Gallatan have
been appointed by Governor Had
ley as members of the Waterways
Commission provided for by an
act of tho legislature. This com
mission will study the problems
ennnccted with improvement of
the waterways of the state and de
velopment of waterpower, and re
port to the legislature. The gov
ernor could not have selected ilve
better citizens for this important
It is the policy of the Republi
cans of Missouri to foster the im
provement of waterways and the
material development of the State.
This policy is heartily approved
by tho leading citizens of both
? ALWAYS THE BEST PLACE
j TO BUY YOUR MEATS.
j You can't buy poor meats here, because wo don't
ft keep any but what are good. Although you should
select n piece of meat with intelligence, with
respect to the manner in which you intend to pre
pare it. It is always a safe plan to tell us about tho
latter and give us some idea of quantity and wo
will do the rest. Corner 2nd and Walker Streets.
THE PARLOR MEAT MARKET
UrtDI AMM O. UIADI AlVirt Dnn r-,lr
First Day, Monday, July 19, 1009
Aubucbim, Honry K., Amilo Aubuclinn K.xr.
Ilurklialtor, Sarah A., E. II. Burkliallcr Kxr.
Crows. Haruh II.. W. D.Holloway und Colum
bus Bplros ICxrs,
Crano. Joseph G., W. O. and It. It. Crano
Cowherd. O. C, W. C. Crano und 1 K.
Copolund, Hallloand Helen, Nelllo Copel&nd I
Dllllou, heirs, Huslo Dllllou Cur.
Second Day, Tuesday, July 20.
Desmond. Walter and Herman, S. K. Miller I
Kills, Clark S.. W. .1. Kills Admr.
Kills, Oaroy and Culvlu, W. J. Kills Cur.
EldrlngholT, Lena, II. K. Kldrlnghotr Cur.
r'lnloy, Loali und Earl, Honor Klnloy Cur.
r'ord, D. II., W. W. llarrctt, Adrtr.
l'lschbiichor, Maria Ann, ICmll l Nebel Kxr.
DR. THOS. OWLNGS,
Crown and Bridgo Work a Specialty.
Office In Chadwlck Building,
DO YOU WANT BEST MEATS?
Tho best In tho City
to bo found at
L. A. KIRN'S MARKET
Dealer In Ico TolohonoNo.4a
Third Day, Wednesday, July
dill, Lutlo K James K. (Vl)onuul Our.
Ourwcll, Orpha,.!. II. Whitehead Cur.
IIII1. John I.., C. K. Hill and II. Soal Kxrs.
Hill, Walter, P. 1). Hill Cur.
Huonorcld, William, WllholmlnoJIIueiiofeld
Moore, Harah, Klehard JIcIMko Admr.
Mil so, Louise, V. A. Muse Kxr.
Fourth Day, Thursday, July 22.
Martin, Catherine, W. G. Martin Admr. with
Morse. Mary II., W. Barrett Admrs. I). Im.
Mansfield, heirs, J. K. Mansfield Cur.
Pegram, William O., W. II. White Guard.
l'atton, Osslo V., Pantile I'attou Cur.
Kussoll, Sarah R, I. O. Uptcgrovo Admr.
Smith, W. I,., Lucy M. Smith Adurx.
Fifth Day, Friday, July 23, 1909.
Tliamxs, Jerry, Kittle Thomas lixrx.
Weeks, heirs. T. J. .1. See Cur.
Wyatt, Douglas, 1'. P.andfl. A.WyattAdmrs
I.ehuk I). Kllis,
(3" 5t) Judgo of Probate.
Hlnu 350 Aero Prarlo Kami, all Good land,
three and one-half miles from. Wabash deKt.
l'rarlo mud, $J0. per acre.
Bi Acres, prarlo land. 3 ronm bouse, twn
miles from Wabash depot, good prarlo road,
aiperacoo. Inquire of
PENNINGTON & JONES,
Onposllu IMstonice, Montgomery City. Mo
b i ! ,6
"FREE TRADE UIIAMP" Clark 18
mad. He wants to get home so
bad that he would be willing to
walk all the way to Missouri, pro
vlding he could get here quick
enough to meet his chautauqua en
gagements. Congress ought to
adjourn and let such statesmen as
Clark get busy with their mouth
at about fifty dollars per talk.
What does the peoples' business
amount to when the chautauqua
season is on.
Champ Clark thinks the demo,
cratic party has a chance to win f
majority in the next congress
How very little It takes in tho way
of encouragement to make Champ
see a "sweeping democratic vic
tory all along the line." It is
strange that Clark and others like
him don't know that there really
is no democratic party. It passed
away years ago. True, there are
a lot of democrats scattered over
the country but they are men
THOMAS DISTRICT x
Cuttinc oats is the order of tho
day in this vicinity.
Sam Woods threshed 3,i acres
of wheat for Clarence Shaw Mon-
dav. It made about 27 bu. to the
CraVton Kirks and family James
Wests and Mrs. Ora Pritchett and
dauchter Artie were visiting at
Wm. Wests Sunday.
Quite a large crowd of this
neichborhood spent all day Sat
urday fishing and camping with
Dlentv of cood things to eat with
A. A May has purchased a new
We understand that Hugh Keith-
ley and Joe Ives have purchased
a new threshing outnt.
Mrs. M. Y. Kirks and son Jesse
visited Emmitt Fitzgerald and
family of Lincoln District Sunday
Some few from this district at
tended the picnic at wellsville
Don't forget the date of tho chau
tauqua Aug 23-2U.
D. M. May snent Sunday with
A. A. May and family.
From 18'JJ to 1UUU
HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL
Montgomery now has ono
of tho latest improved eleva
tors on the railroad. No
more lifting sacks into cars .
Why Bell your grain at same
price and then have to put it
in cars when we have ma
chinery to handle it. Bring
your grain to Montgomery .
You will recelvo the highest
dollar for it and save work .
Ask your neighbor about it.
Montoraerj; City Mo.
iviiike money nisi
We will give $5.00 in cash to any per- 3
: . ;j nr, rl I TT
A COMMON ERROR.
The Same Mistake Is Made by Many
Montgomery City People.
It's a common error
To plaster tho aching back,
To rub with liniments rheumatic
When tho trouble comes from
. Doan'a Kidney Pills cure all kid
Here is convincing proof.
Mrs. M. B. Creuz, 729 Franklin
St, Mexico Mo., says: "I was sub
ject to attacks of lumbago, always
more severe when I caught cold.
I tried several remedies but was
not helped and did not know
what to do. When Doan's Kid
ney Pills were brought to my at
tention, I got a bos and soon
found them to bo just what my
condition required. By tho timo
I had used one box tho trouble
had left mo, l occasionally use
Doan's Kidney Pills, finding that
they keep me in good health and
free from kidney complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, Now York, sole agents for
the United States.
Remember tho name Doan's
and take no. other.
S riontgomery Tribune,
O CHAS. W. OURNEY, Publisher.
OLD RUBBER BOOTS
LL pAY CASH
6gC. for Old Rubber Boots and Shoe6, 4c. for
Old Rubber Arties, 45c. per 100 for Old Rags.
Henry Breeder's Sons
MONTGOMERY CITY - - - MO.
As a King of all the
Clothes Pressers. I
know how you want
to look. I am mas
ter of my trade. See
me and my work.
A. LEE, Phone 150
Tako notice that I wll make a final settle
ment of tho estato of William Hdenefeld,
deceased, at tlio July term, 1003. of tlio Pro
bate Court of Montgomery County, Mo. Said
term to be hold In tho Court tlouso In Mont;
gomery City, Montgomery County, Mo., and
to begin on tho third Monday In July, 1909.
Dated this 18th day of June, lnot).
Under special Execution for Delinquent
By virtue and authority of a Special Exe
cution Issued from tho olllce of tho Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Montgomery County,
Mo., returnable to tlio May term 1933 of said
Court and, to mo directed, In favor of tho
State of Missouri at tho relation and to the
use of P, C. Kent, Collecttor of tho Kevonuo
of Montgomery County, Mo., and against
Ruth Jones, McKlnloy Jones and Floyd Jones,
minor children of Wm. Jones, deceased and
M, It Huffman, benellclary In Deed of Trust.
1 havo levied upon and solzod all tho right,
title. Interest and claim of the said Jlutu
Jones, McKlnley Jonos, und Floyd Jones,
minor children of William Jonos, deceased,
and M. It. Huffman, beneficiary In Deed of
Trust, of. In and to tho following described
roal estatato. to-wlt: Lot 15 In Block 20 la
the City of Montgomery. All lying and being
In the said County of Montgomery, Missouri,
and I will on
Friday, July 23, 1909.
(It being an adjourned term of tho regular
May term. 1909, of said Circuit Court) between
the hours of nlpo o'cIock in tlio' forenoon and
live o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at
the Court House door, in tho City of Mont
gomery, County of Montgomery, aforesaid,
bell tho same or so much thereof as nay bo
required, at public vendue, to tho highest
bidder for cash In hand, to satisfy said Exe
cution und costs. Geokok E. Eabnest.
(37-lt) Sheriff Montgomery County, Mo.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Following aro the Real Estate
Tra nefers issued since our last re-
Joslah C. Chandler to Frederick
A. Ferris, 29-48-5 $1350.
H. F. Boloher to O. T. Baugh,
Geo. W. Roberts to W. A. Han-
na, lot in Montgomery $1025.
Mrs. Annatta Hart to Utto Key
ing, lots in Rbineland $1070.
Blanch Johnson to Thomas E.
Samuel A. Ponn to Richard M.
Johnson, 22-49-0 $2800.
W. O. Crane to J. Stanley Greg
ory, 4 interest in lots in xaineoia
and Mills $2500.
A. V. Gerdemann to W. H.
Dunardy lots in High Hill $150.
J. M. Bittner to R. L, Gablo 5-
HOME INSURANCE CO.
W.C. HUOHES&CO., Agts. 2
UONXOOMKHY CITV, MO. "
City Phono 132 Chadwlck bldg. S
i MONTGOMERY COUNTY BANK
MONTGOMERY CITY, - MISSOUUI
Capital - -Srrplus
Dooi a general, safe and conservatl vo Bank
ing business. 3porcont tntorest paid
on time deposits.
J. D. BAUNETT , .President
II. W. JOHNSON lstVicc-Pres.
GEO. A. PALMER, 2nd Vlce-Presk
JNO. P. UODGERS 3rd Vice-Pres.
HAM'L SHAKP Cashier.
M. N. MALLERSON, Jr Ass't Cashier.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS: 3
J. D. Barnett II . W. Johnson
W. O. Hughes Samuel Sharp
Jno. T. Ilensley B. U. Henslcy
W. M. Whlto David Nowlln
Chos. F. Palmer
Our customers enjoy overy protection.
We will appreciate your account and, will
make your banklngeasy and ploasant for you.
DR. J. A. PHILLIPS
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Office: Cason's Pharmacy
, Olty Phone, No. 1
Montgomery City, Missouri
L. D. ELLIS
ATTO R N E Y - AT- LAW
MONTGOMERY CITY, MO.
I make a specialty
of. "yriting Deeds
Take notice that I will niako final settle
ment of the estato of OiiArtK 8. Ellis, da
ceased, at the Julyltorm, 1009, of tho Probato
Court of Montgomery County, Missouri, Said
term to bo.noia ut tne court uouse in Mont
gomery City. Montgomery County, Missouri,
and to begin on tho third Monday In July,
1000. W. J. Ellis,
Dated this 18th day of June, 1009.
FOR RENT Four room house
and summer kitohen in good re
pair, good location, garden, Ap
ply to Dr. Thomas O wings,
tt. Montgomery uity, mo.
AND CURE THE LUNCS
w Dr. King's
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTR0UBUES.
OB KONBZ BJUTUNDJiSD.