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Jlonday Horning, January 2, 1911, at 9 O'clock
The St. Louis Store Miller & Worley.
Published Every Friday.
CHAS. W. GURNEY, Pub.
MONTGOMERY. CITY. MO.
Subscription One Dollar Per Year.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910.
Montgomery City first Monday In May and
accoml Moudny In November. Danville, 4tli
Monday' in April and llrst Monday In Nov.
Montgomery Hty. First Monday In March,
June. Soptombor and December, Danville,
Brst Monday In February, May, August and
Unntinmnm t:itv. t.lilrd Mondav In Jnnu-
trr, April. July and October. Unnvllle. first
BTOTiaay in ainrou, junu, owptuuiun -v
Married, Wednesday afternoon,
Dec. 29, at the residence of the of
ficiating minister, Rev. R. E. Mc
Quie, in thlB city, Mr. Wm. P. Sin
gleton of this community and Miss
Flora J. Maupin of the Hopewell
neighborhood. The happy couple
will rcside on the Sans Souci
farm near this place. They nave
the best washes of many friendn.
Dr. Davidson OC
nt Mis. Carnthers
Hotel, every 3rd
Monday (Stock Bale
tiny.) fU- himi as
he 1b up-to-date in
January Term, Probate Court of Mont
gomery County, Missouri, 1911,
At City of Montgomery.
Ends Winter's Troubles.
To many, winter is a season of
trouble. The frost bitten toes and
fingers, chapped hands and lips,
chilblains, cold cores, red and
rough &klns, prove this. But such
troubles fly before Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. A trial convinces.
Greatest healer of Burns, Boils,
Piles, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and
Sprains. Only 25c at Crump &
BOSTON MAN WAS MUSICAL
first Day, Monday January 16th, 1911.
Bonn, Emma, minor Fred
OantUv, A. N. dee'd r. H.
f ateli, R-yburn, minor, W. M.
Wh-.iler :u rator.
Gibson, Eilith L. minor, J. H.
Gregory, T. dee'd. W. C.
Second day, Tuesday, January 17. 1911
HMti!uhl, Katherine, Sophia
HutiJey, Dnlel W. dee'd. Rufus
H. Huuley ndmr.
lUm, Jno. V. A. B. Lail and
W. W. Worley, admrs. with will
Hammett, R. H. dee'd. J. H.
Kaatien, II. A. dee'd. Joseph
Third Day, Wed. January, 18, 1911.
Miller, Christ, dee'd Martha
Maupin, John, dee'd. Mary
Penn, N. S. dee'd. M. L. Penn,
Rookwood Thos. S. dee'd
Nebraska A. admrx.
Sailor, Geo. W. dee'd. W. T.
Sailor, E. T. Oliver, M. M. Oliver,
Fourth Day, January 19th, 1911.
Stotler, Wm. M. dee'd Chas. E.
Stewart, Clara 0., dee'd. W. T.
.Nardln exr. (
Vermillion, Melvln E. deo'd.
Kate A Vermillion, admrx.
Vermillion, Melvln E. deo'd. A.
H. Hazelton admr.
Weltner, C. H. deo'd. E. R. Bar
ret, admr. with will annexed.
Whitehead, David H. dee'd
Julia F. Whitehead, exrx.
Leslie D. Ellis,
Judge of Probate.
Deo. 17, 1910.
Following is a list of letters re
maining unclaimed in the post
office at Montgomery City, Mo.,
and if not called for within two
weeks from date, will be sent to
the Dead Letter office ;
Mrs. Efne Wooda.
FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE.
XfiTMlF. IS IIERE11Y GIVEN to nil cred
itors and others Interested in tho estato of
Clura C. Stewart, decoased, that I, W. T.
Nardln Executor of said estate mtena to
make final settlement thereof at tho next
term of the Probate Court of Montgomery
County, Missouri to be held at the Court
House lu the City of Montgomery. County of
Montgomery and Statu of .Missouri on the
third Monday In January, 1911. to-wlt Jan
uary ID, inn,
W. T. Nardln, Exr. estate of
Clara 0. Stewart.
(First Inst. Dec. 9th, 1910.)
i Mutt Mava Bn, for He Found Noth
ing Good in Opera Performance
"Americans have to have a lot of
norvo when they're abroad," said the
,man who had Just returned from his
first foreign trip. "I fell in with an
iAmerlcan at the Orand hotel In Paris
.who was. on his way to tho opera, and,
las I was of the same mind, we started
"Although It was a fearfully hot
night we found the opera houso
.packed the French, you know, are
great on opera."
"Who were the singers T" asked a
"Oh, I don't know It was a third
"Well, wo tried hard to get seats
and couldn't not a thing to be had;
"'Wait,' said my American friend;
'I'll be back in a few minutes I think
I can get Eome tickets,' and be re
turned very soon, waving two tickets
aloft whKh, as it turned out, were
complimentary. To obtain compli
mentary tickets on a night like that
was a master stroke. The French
would have called It "
"Coup d'etat!" suggested some one.
'Tour de force!" said another, but no
one was quite certain, so he continued:
"He had represented himself to be a
director of the Metropolitan Opera
"Did he live In New York?" Inquired
"No Boston but he was very mu
sical at least, I think he must have
been, for while I sat enjoying the per
formance immensely he was exclaim
ing from time to time, 'Rotten! Hear
that tenor! That soprano's awful"
'Chas. H. Muns of Kansas dty
was the guest of home folks lie no
the first of the week.
Mrs. Virginia Fisher of St. iLoula
visited her brother, Dr. Geo. E.
Muns, and family here this i.veuk.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
SALE IN PARTITION.
Wahnkb Lr.wis, Plaintiff,
T. G. Litixcii. Defendant.
In the Circuit Court of Montgomery
BY VIRTUE and authority of aDecreo and
Order of Sale made ly tho said Court In ttau
above entitled cause, nnd of a certllicQ copy
thereof dated November 16th, 1910. I will on
Thursdav. December 29th. 1910. between tho
hours of Nine o'clock In the forenoon and
Five o'clock In the afternoon of that day, at
tho front door of the Court House, In tho city
of Montgomery In Montgomery County, Mis.
sourl.sell at public vendue, to the highest
bidder, tho following described Ileal estate,
10 acres tho West half (1-2) of tho West half
(1-2) of the Northwest fourth (1-4) of the
North-Westnuarter(l-4)of Section Thlrty-
sli (30), Township Forty-Nine (49) North, of
Range Six (6) west; except a strip a) reot in
width along tho South line tnereot ana wnicn
20 feet Is reserved by the said dofondant
Leltch for road purposes.
Terms of Sale as follows, viz: CASH,
Geohqk'E. Eabnest, Sheriff.
(First pub. Dec. 2s last pub, Dec. 23.)
Wants To Help Some One.
' For thirty years. J. F. Boyer, of
Fertile, Mo., needed help and
couldn't find it. That's why he
wants to help some one now;
Suffering eo long himself he feels
for all distress from Backaohe,
Nervousness. Loss of Appetite,
Lassitude and Kidney disorders.
He shows that Electric Bitters
work wonders for such troubles,
"Five bottles," hft writes, "wholly
cured me and now I am well and
hearty." It's also positively guar
anteed for Liver , Trouble. Dys
pepsia, Blood Disorders, Female
Complaints and Malaria, Try
, tham. 'COo 'at Crump & 'KidweU'a.
IT IS SERIOUS.
Some Montgomery City People Fail To
Realiie the Seriousness Of
A Bad Back.
W. I. Laird, Montgomery City
Mo., says: "Before I began us
ing Doan's Kidney Pills, which I
procured at Crump & Kidwell's
Drug Store, I was greatly troubled
by my baok. My kidneys were
also disordered and I suffered from
attacks of Lumbago. The kidney
secretions passed too frequently
contained a sediment and were at
times painful when being voided
I was muoh run down in health
and felt miserable at the time
Doan's Kidney Pills were brought
to mv attention. They gave me
prompt relief, and I am now with
out a symptom of my former tro
ublo." (Statement given in June
On November 14, 1908, Mr. Laird
confirmed the above statement
He said: ""The testimonial I gave
two years ago in favor of Doan'
Kidney Pills was correct in every
detail. I gladly give Doan's
Kidney Pills the credit for my
continued freedom from kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price
50o. Foeter-Mllburn Go., Buffalo,
New York, 6ole agents for the U
Remember the "name Doan's
and take -no other. '
Harry Bell, a young man who
waB confined in the Jail here on
a charge of houso-'brealring, and
who escaped Friday at noon by
digging his way out from ':ho
basement, "was captured at St.
Charles the next day and has been
returned to the county bast.la in
Jns. V. Gibson, aged 6& years, 9
months nnd 18 days, died at his
home in this city Wednesday, Doc.
28, 1910, about 11 o'clock a. m., af
tt'r a short illness o pneumonia.
He is survived by his wife antl
four children. The funeral will
be conducted at the residence to
day, Friday, and interment in the
SOLUTION OF LABOR PROBLEM
Plan Suggested Requires Establish
ment of National Unit of Value
It .should be beyond the power of
either party (that is, labor and capi
tal) to fixe the wages for any Specified
class of work. As before suggested, It
is a matter to be determined Imper
sonally and automatically, and this
only can be done by the establishment
of a national unit of value for labor,
.upon which all wages shall be com
puted with the same universality ot
'application as now inheres in the es
tablished tables of weights and meas
ures. Necessarily, such a unit of
value for labor must be not only a
fixed entity In relation to rates of
wages, but must at the same time be
susceptible of accommodation to eco
nomic changes, so that the money
value of wages shall keep pace with
fluctuations in the cost of Uvlnsr. It
'follows, therefore, that the unit upon
which the federally established table
'of wages shall be built must be chosen
with respect to some commodity that
'is so universally used and of so far
reaching an Influence that its market
price Indexes and measures the cost of
living In all walks of life. North
The ancient Guild of Spectacle Ma
kers, which Is Incensed at a recent
London County Council leaflet, Is
numerically one of the strongest of
the city companies. Its charter dates
from the year 1629 and, though the ex
act date of its origin Is lost, there is
ample evidence that the calling of
spectacle maker was extensively fol
lowed at m verx early date. An old
book ef 1563 mentions the spectacle
makers among other trades, and the
biography of Carlo Zeno, an Illustrious
Venetian, who died In 1418, mentions
that even at the age of eighty-four he
needed no artificial aids to bis sight.
fV presumably spectacles were com
mon to Italy some five centuries ago.
to take Cardul, for your female
troubles, because we are sure it
will help you. Remember that
this great female remedy '
Olty l'liono 1W FLOWERS FOR ALL
Farmers " 80. OCCASIONS).
Night calls, elty Phone 86.
JOHN W. MENEFEE
LICENSED EMBALMER AND
Only Rubber tiro Hoarse in the
County. Calls Answered day or
MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI
W. W. MAY, Auctioneer
Tor ma Reasonable. Satisfaction
Guaranteed. Call through Mid
dlotown cr Buell. Write mo,
has brought relief to thousands of
other sick women, so why net to
you? For headache, backache,
periodical pains, female weak
ness, many have said It Is "the
best medicine to take." Try It!
Sold in This City
How to Avoid Cholera.
A cheerful disposition is held by
some doctors to be the best protection
against cholera. When this disease
first visited Paris, in 1832, a notice
was issued advising the Inhabitants
"to avoid, as far as possible, all occa
sion of melancholy and all painful
emotions, and to seek plenty of dis
tractions and amusements. Those with
a bright and happy temperament are
not likely to be stricken down." This
advice was largely followed, and even
when cholera was claiming over a
thousand weekly victims, the theater
and cafes wcro thronged. The epi
demic was la some quarters treated
as a huge Joke, and plays and songs
were written round It Rochefort, tho
father of the brilliant Journalist of to
day, wrote a play, "Le Cholera Mor
bus," which proved a big success, and
another production on the same lines,
"Paris-malade," also had a long run.
PROCURED AND DEFENDED. .B.en1'n!,I. I
drawing or photo.for expert search anu rreerrport.
1T6 HIT ice, now w oouun paicwa, iraue mants,
copyright. etc, m ii COUNTRIES.
Easiness direct "with Washington saves W,
money ana ojten sme jatens.
Patent tnd Infringement Practice Exclusively,
Write or come to ui at
tys josta Stmt, ojtp. VnlUa ItetM TtXtai OfflwJ
WASHINGTON, D. C.
First to Find Gold In America.,
North America has counted as a
gold-producing continent only since''
we late '40's. But it might well have
done so for nearly 200 years. Accord
ing to the London Chronicle, In the
voyage round' the world which bogan
in 1719 the prlvatrtr Capt. Shelvocko,
found In certain California valleys "a
rich black mold which, ns you turn it
fresh up to the sun, appears as if In
termingled with gold dust, Though
we were a little prejudiced," he adds,
"against the thought that it could bo
possible that this metal should be so
promiscuously and universally mingled,
with common earth, yet we endeavored
to cleanse and wash the earth from
some of it, and the more we did the
more it appeared like gold. In order
to be further satisfied I brought away
some of it, which we' lost' to our con
fusion in China."
Succeed when everything else falls.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE '
it Is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Are You Looking
for a Position?
We can offer you good
that you will enjoy and
at home. Write to-day
The Butfcrfck Psbllsblng Co.
Bultexlck BmlldLDg. New York. N.Y.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY BAM
MONTGOMERY CITY, - M1BBOTJB1
Does a Ronoral, nat o and conservative flank
Inn business. Spercont lntorestpald
on time doiioslts.
DR. D. J. BENTLBY DENTIST
OFFICE OVF.UO. J. I.OCKliS'
I'honcsi Onico 66. Itostdeiicu. 171 A
f H E
HOME INSURANE OF.
W.C. HUGHES & CO., Agts,
UOKTOOUKRV CITY, K. J
Utty Phone 152 OhndwIcU bUUr.
DO YOU WAN BEST MEATS?
The best In the City 1b always
to bo found at
L. A. KIRN'S MARKET
Dealer In Ice TololioneNo.4S
,i Montgomery City. Mo.,
PENNINGTON & JONES
Those wanting to buy Farms of
from 80 to 200 acres would do well
to call on us.
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS,
, Kansas Lands For Sale.
MOMTGOMERY CITY, 'QK
Is lying out in the sanftilne In tho
went Southwest awaltine vou.
bcccrc it now nnd avoid tho bitter
northern winter. The fertile sec
tions of Missouri, Arkansas, Lou
isiana and Texas on tho line of
tho Missouri Pnclflo-IronBIonn.
tnln Kallwny afford oncc-ln-a-llfe-time
opportunities. They are so
near to- you, you need not take
anyone's word for conditions, but
See for Yourself
Very Low Rates
for the round tripclearto tho Gulf
of Mexico and return,
to cut out tnts
ad and mail it
to me at your
nity. Fill but
all you wish to
and in detail-
know about this great country
and how to investigate Its possi
bilities at small expense.
Wtaa ta K2 met ms am mm tm tm ma c
(J C. t. STONE.P.T. M., Mlsonrt Pacific
4 Iron Mountain liy si. Louia, mo.
I Hmfo ronit mo lint of landa (or tnlo In the
,1 PoutlmtBt, tltli tctuIIod doscrlrtlon, price.
3 eta., and cot ot trip, I am most Interested
I R.F.jy. State . 1
ti If tfot tutfiriciil it iiftl 7rur wmti, writ letter U
M Bitting Btma ku4 aAitttt plainly. D
Indebted to T, H, Brltt, & Son will
pleasejcall and settle at'once.
T W Rrl. Sn'n.1
'jipumoQ X3!q,nJ atsjppv
aqj Xq piipvu XjcJbkp pa
XnsrnO 'awnoq ttioq pn nnsmao3
anjpjooq 't9)oq a)up-o)-an Jfq pipnsilg
'toiiwoTY 0 BSaidi uaam jo dnoiS
siqsnrat pa papiA 'rnjiapnau. )aota aqx
J. D. BARN KTT, President
H.W.JOIINSON 1st Vlce-rrea.
GEO. A. 1'ALMF.lt, 2nd Vlce-l'res.
JNO. P. HODQKUS 3rd Vlco-Prei.
HAM'L S1IARP Cashier.
M. K. MALLE118UN, Jr Asn't Cashier.
BOARD OF DIRECTOR8:
J. D. Harnett It. W. Johncoa
W. O. Hughes Samuel Sharp
Jno. T. ilonsley II. It. Hen.ley
w. M. White David Nowlln
Chas. F. Palmer
Our customors enjoy every protection.
We will appreciate your account and will
make your banklngeasy nuil pleasant for you.
LOCAL TIME TABLE
Pass No. 13. Accom. No.il,
St. Louis Iy. 7:43 a. m. 1:15 p. m.
Joueslmra;..arr. 10:15 a. m. 7:57 p. m.
HIkIi HDI... lo:llu.iii 8:0ft p.m.
New Floronco 10:3 i a. m. 8:20 p. m.
Montgomery 10:10 a; m. 8:36 p. m.
VVoIIstIIIh.. 10:.M a. m. 8:52 p. m.
No. 12 No. 00
Wellsvllle..arr. 7:33 p.m. 7:38 a. m.
Montgomery 7:47 p.m. 7:31a.m.
New Florence 7:58 p. m. S:02a,m,
High Hill... 8:08 p. m: 8:13 a, m.
Jonesburx.. 8:1? p.m. 8:22 a.m.
St. Louis., . 10:50 p. m. 11:45 a.m.
Nos. 13 and IS. dally.
Wabash Fast Trains
Luave.St. Louis Leavo Montgomery
No. 30:01 a. m n:30 a. m.
No. 1-9:01 p. m 11:25 p. m.
No. 7-11:31 p. m. i:M a, m.
No. 3 xtops at Wellnvtllo at 11:42.
Mo. 7 will stop at Wollsvlllo and Montgom
ery to discharge ptmengors from St. Louis
and points east.
Leave Montgomery Arrive In St. Loula
No. 43:44 a. m 7:00 a. m.
No. 14 5:02 a.m. stop on signal 7:30 a.m.
No. 22:58 p. m 5:28 p. m.
No. 2011:51 a. m 2:15 p. m.
No. 2 stops at Wollsvlllo at 2:46.
No. 4 will stop on signal at New Florence
for St. Louis passengers.
No. 7), way freight will carry passengers
as for as St. Charles, leaves at 7:51 a, m.
No. 73. freight, will carry passengers to
Moborly, loaves at' 7 a. m.
No. 71, freight will carry passengers from
St. Charles to Montgomery, arrives at StM
DE, J. A. PHILLIPS
Vetorinary Surgeon and Dentist
Office : Canon's Pharmacy
City Phone, No. 187
Montgomery- City,, Missouri
L. D. ELLIS
MONTGOMERY CITY, MO.
I make a specialty
of "Writing Deeds
J. T. LATTER.
Up-to-date mothoda. First olasfc
fiath Booms'ln connection.
. ... , f (6-3-6 mths)
DR. THOS. OWINGS,
Crown and Bridge Work a, Specialty.
Offlco in Chadwl'ck Building,
Montgomery Cltyy - - Hp
The ladies of the Mlnneola Bap
tist church presented their-paa-tor,
Rev." R. E. McQule, with Ai'tel
egant y Christmas dlonapai f or
which" -liV la Very 'thknkful. '
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