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I-. $ i ? Ail 0 n .t m 1. (! ') 0M "Will m-rivo lit our STORE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 19Q0, JVH.li a .Complete liny of Holiday Gifts. AVo invito all to eoino and itinpuct. our lino. Wo lmvo presents to suit everybody. Onr prices nro the Lowest. AVo know tliut wo (!n please everybody be cause our stock includes a variety for allof the people, BAUIESw HOYS, G1ULS, YOUNG MKX, YOUXG LA OIKS, (SltOWX LADIES. MIDDLE AGBI) MUX. OLD LA DIMS it OLD (IKXTLKMKN, Wiu'o all remembered when avo bonght our Holiday Stock. Don't fail to visit BURTON & CRUMP, The Leading Druggists. 4 The Tribune. Friday, - - N'ovcmbcr 30, 1000. The Ill'Mfs'HII'll H lierll llt'llllil. d nml I Iih D-iv. i .'i.ciiiii rlgar I nn longer liemg i ini-il, fur x mi 1 1 of liuniiiii civiiu.i I 1 en(4 Tiinr- Herald. , To rernre in tin Huh. Well DivIh unci wore, n hi ImhiIiI IIht Ii any itirliHIy i) In lil mriil ulieie IiiiiI? CIiIciil'" I'l Hume, Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Wlifli )ini wiuii .niinii nctlugllHtc il.N thai. iictiT iHpe ii Di'Willa 1,1 1 lie Hark Itl.nr-. I.'lly Driiif Slnro. If. Uncle llurm'H llnli! sava the free liver l.nie U dead, mid aa lin knows What It Ik In lin i ic 1 1 1 end y ilrml, hi word mrrliv considerable, weight New Vimrk .Mall nml Express. Wo pray Ihee, heed lit rtt lint wlo mint IIih In take something, said to tip tlin laaip m Itncky Mountnlti Ten Si cents. Ask ymir Druggist. "I vo proiiilteil in (tit Hi i nipper with tome oiih clv, Mr. ttlampi.; lint Kidney trouble, preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor ana cneeriuiness soon disappear when the kid neys are out ot order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys. If the child urin ates too often. If the urine scalds tne nesh or If, when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage, It Is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same trreat remedy. The mild and the Immediate effect of Swamp-Root Is soon r tallied, it Is sold by druggists, in fifty- id cent sizes. one dollar You mav have a sample bottle by mall ueo. also camcmet tell- nn f mnun 1 tng all about It, Including many of the I'U tmroituiB nu n. n very linilfiimelih0UI",J ' lmonll received .... , .. .. 1 from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer miucnriin, i at Co.. Bfnghamton, N. Y be sura and JiJ';'j'l'''m ''ulnpiiiiliiieaiiil I roeallon imj paper. ; . " tfeve"rllrij'!i Ivanilynii.? TI-Ulu.'"' ' ' ' , " ' ' ' I Wild and Wooly, "'""'W l'r,,c M Our esteemed friend. .f!hl., IW. treatment nml cure of the sick mulled free mi request Address Hum phrey's Medicine Coinpauy, New York. The W. C. T. U.wlll meet wild Mrs. John Overtired, near Hie old fair f;jonucl, next ilnudny Dec. 3rd at 2:SU (. in- A rood attendance is desired, Don't forgot lu tell your neighbor that the Tiiiiiuni: U tlio li)ticst, nawtli:t and liest paper In Ihe coi.uly. If you ilontit II rompare Ita i'iiIuiiiiis with other county pnpers hiid It vil not toko ynu louir to verify the above statement. Only $1.00. Mrs. A n n n Diininlre, formerly the wife ol Clins. Gullenu, ihe nstatiilii ol rreatdotit Unrflcld. took out llceueo l'rlday to marry Knocli Allcu, of Ulilcnfo. ThU Is Mrs. Duumlre's third marriage. She Is 46 nml . vaclous. Kit. n. youuif yin in town nnswereu au advertisement and rent 10 mils to learn how to keejl her hands soft, and the nuswer wa "Soak them lu dish water three times dally, afler meals while your mother rests." If you are suITcrlux from drowsl esa in the day time, Irritability of temper, sleepless nights, general tie uility, headache ami want of lono of the ayatem, use llerblue. You will get relief nml dually a cure. Price iOc. Cnsou's I'harmacy. ll-9-l-iii Clsrlua Ilrookt returned latt Monday morning irom IVellsvIllo where sl.o dad been to visit her sister Mrs, Kd Kfmplusky. TfANTKD Dunluess men and worn en to lake exclusive agency for a Stale and control sub agents ;hauilllug I)r )Vtiitii' Klectrlc Comb. $3,000 per mouth compensation. Kacl, Call aud I'll prove It, I). N. Hose, Geu Mgr., Decatur, 111. 11-9-41. For burin, cuts, bruises, lacerations or liijurlea of auy description, Ballard's Huovi Liniment Is n sovereinu reme dy. It never falls to do good, aud so promptly that lis wouderful curative dropertlea frequently create surprise, l'rioi CJ and iOc. 11-9-1 in nn, of Mldillelnwti, In looking over his past career as a journalist, hah reached the conclusion that a real pious editor who always tells Ihe truth will never get his ust reward while on earth. To give expression In Ibis belief he quotes from nn ex change, aud I lieu adds his own force ful words. Here are Ihe Hues: The country uewpaper man wh'i stands up for Ihe right, baa to look to Ihe hereafter fur his reward. In one or two respects, however, be comes out ahead in this wn.ld of sorrow, lu Die first placo he ban Ihe commcuila tlnu of bis own conscience If be has aur, lu the second place he learns thai nearly all the people who are so ready to pat him nu the back and en courage Mm lu bis work, will prompt' ly desert blm when there signs of trouble. 'Twas even thus and will always be. Ex. That lias been this paper's perlenee, precisely. Furthermore, paper that Mauds up for Ihn right in Ihe face of political prejueticc, which many people mistake for party loyalty makes Itself the most cordially hated institution In ihe Intnl. And bigoted, partisan otlllce holders of 12 calibre never let slip an opportunity to lg. uore It. These are only a lew of the trials of a paper that tries lo get out oi ipe Deal en path anil blaze a way cf its owu, guided only by con science, and reason. Truly, they get uo substantial reward nu earth. A Talking Turtle An old country negro, who had been ll-hlug, cnught n big "logger bead" turtle, weighing about twenty-live pound', and lugged him oil to town, lie made for the only Hotel In Ihe place, whoso landlord was always a pntroii ot lil pisca torial rllorls. A Ventriloquist belong lug to a ten aud twenty cent show at In the allien where thl neuro came to thn door, A quiet siulle ill up bis facu ns Ihe I u rile apparently demand ed: "See beah, nlggar. what fo' ou gwlno tor do wlf me?" Tlio negro turned pale autl salu: "Who am tint talklu' lo me?" "Il'l ills beah poe turtle, who wants tur know what youso gwlne ler do wlf him?" Vita de Lord! I'so gwlne ler set yon down right hcah!" So saylug, he left the turtle nn the hotel floor, and beat a hasly retreat back to the country Kx I'be Jerusalem we see to-day Is not the one that gladdened the eyes ot Ihe Holy Family Journeying from Naza reth to worship lu Ihe Temple. That city lies burled lorty, lift), sometimes over a hundred feet deep.lnwaslage piled lu Ihe overthrow ofmauy'sleges, Thn crimson banner of Hie Moslem floats abovo the Tower of David, used as barracks, aud the Turkish sentinel pacluv his rounds looks with lueflable scoru ou the Christian. The crtiinbl lug Tower of Autoula, the Governor of Jerusalem, aud, II possession counts lu the law, It Is his right, for be bold It before William Ihe Coupueror was crowned witli the Saxon's crown In Westmiustor Abbey. Mrs. Low Wal- lace lu the December Lad lex' Home Journal. Subscribe Now! s If yon tire not already a nulwcrilier to The Tribune, AVhy not become one now V $1.00 Cash, AVill pay for the paper front now till ilanuary 1, l))2. Casoii's.Pharmacy un der the Opera House ac curacy, carefully selected drugs,moderate charges Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Hat world-wide famo lor marvelous cures. It eupasses auy olber salve, lo lion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns, Hums, Uoll(,Sores, Felous, Ulcers, Tel- ler, Salt Itlieum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Sklu Eruptions: Infallible for 1'lles. Cure guaranteed, Ouly 26c. at City Drug Store A Risk Ho Huns. The "cooklug" of the 'returns Is in danger of becoming a insula with the Hon. J. K. Joun. If bo docs uot souu eullco his mind luto'olher chnti- uels be will go through life polutlug a fat (ore (linger aud chanting "the re turns were cooked" until they lock blm up. New York Frees. A man asks a New York paper if bis wife aud mother were in a burn mg ninuiing, ami tie could only save ono of tbem, which ono should he save? This la a bard one, bin wo should lliltik it would depend a good deal ou the Indies, A man can get ouly one mother, moreover while well, tho divorce courts are at work all the time. Ilutl Grenuau is rop orted to be ou Ihe sick list this week. Lmlel Algerintsicu aud Harry bctialcr Vlslteu lu Mexico last Sunday Mrs. M. V. Shnrp returned last Monday lrom a visit to relatives at Wellsville, During Ihe absence of V. A. Croc kett ou a burning trip, Mr. Waller Hall is assisting Mr, Uptegrove in the Uulou Savings Hank. sir. Algermlsseu's class lu Herman at the High School is getting along well. This is a most excellent oppor tunity for pupils of the High School to avail themselves of the study of German, Wanted. A live agent tu every township In the slate; steady employment; big vsges; either sex. Address, Manager 02 Odd Fellows llldg., St. Lou is, Mo Dau Muilally of the firm of Laugeu berge Dros, and Co., of St- Louis In coinpauy with Emiel Algcrtnlssou made, an extended trip lu the country last Saturday' to buy "hay for the firm. lteduced rates round trip aud one way to poluts in tho north nud north- west wilt Lo In clfoct Oct. 30th Now Olli, 13th, 201b and 29th 1900. THE TRIBUNE h the Uiy-est Xewaiest paper in Montgomery county for the money. Eight pages, All Homo Print, containing news from or Fifteen neighborhoods in tho eonntv. LVelve Headers will confer a great favor by speaking of 'I'ho Tribune to their neighbors who are not subscribers Address The Tribune, Montgomery City, Mo. Kmmett Lewis, Charley Minis, and Albert Vogt Jr. went huutlug out near Gmma the later part of last week aud bagged considerable gamo, lhey slow over 100 rablls aud hbout 85 quails. They bad a 40-acre field of fun and returned home filled with some Ilarou Muuchautcu huutlug sto ries that would startle the natives to bear. Miss Susanna Ham Doad. Miss Susanna Ham died last Satur day morning at tho homo ot ber slsle'r Mrs. A. A. Oliver, about four miles northwest ol this city. Miss Hnm was born lu Callaway, couuty, Mlsenu. ri and came to Montgomery county wbou alio was quite young. Of re cent years she lias made her borne wltb her brother, Jun. Ham aud with Mrs. Oliver, at whoso bomo she died. The burial took blnce at the city cem etery last Sunday, ltev. It. S. Duncan conducting a short servlco at tho grave. If your children are fretful, peevish, and cross, mother the same,- ditto the boss, It would seem propor to give'em all Itocky Mountain Tea. 35 cenls Ask your Druggist. Subscribe for Tho Tiuhunk. ANDREW KIRN, Heat Market and Packing House. Kroih Iifff. Pork, Mutton, JIOCOD, F rCits L.lKa, tXQ. llrpakfait liytf 8au CHAS.L. PETTIS&CO., CASH Produce Buyers, Dressed Poultry, dame, Furs, Eggs and Uuttcr. 3o. Dunne Street, New York, Write for Oar Present Paying Prices. Trustees' Sale. Andrew King and Dolly Whereat. Kinir. hit wife, hy their deed of mini dated the j. day ot February. 1MI9. and record ed In the Recorder's olllee of Montrnmrrv county, Missouri. In lUok 4, at pate 320 of the records of ald county ol .Montjioinrrj, did convey to the iniJorslnru trustee, I lie lollowlnir drtrrlbei' real estate to-wit; A lot of lnd forty ft ft wide and one hun dred and twenty feet long, bflntf a Dart of the northeast qusrter of lection .11, .to wnsblp Ml, raoira U, ! ! - honodad on the north lir nubile rotd. on the east by a lot owned by A. King, tr., and on the tonth aud west hyland owned by the lielrt or Alden Davis, situated In Mont Komery county' .Missouri, which said conyeyanee was asde to secure Ilia uay nient of a ee rlnlu promlsory note in said deed described and whereat default has been made In the payment ortald note. Now therefore, at the reijuett ol the legal hulder of said notes aud lu pursuance of said deed of trust, I will, on 8ATUIIDAY, December 8, 1900. At the court house door In the City of Montgomery, couuty ot Moutiromery and State or Missouri, between the hours of o'elocV In the forenoon and B o'clock In the afternoon of tint day sell at public ven due to Ihe highest bidder for cash to nay off the note and cost of executing this -'KSSKMrQUli:. Trustee, rlrtt Insertion Hoy. 2, ltHsj. at Wm. cuitic. j, i. lURHim CLARK & CO., DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE. K"f? 'i,nd C,,y t'coperty foraiilav l'artlet deilrlni. tl.otr l.n.l ..l...iu..t Without Cost to tlu-tii mii.t II. I ...... i..r... catalogue Is issued. OUIce over Unloa Savlugs Hank, Montgomery City, M. ICE. ICE, ICE. You can trot clean tuirn le t r. a Klru's. Leavn ordera at tho meat inarKei or leieplione No. 48, A. L. KIRN. Market I'rlce l'ald for Iluteher's Stock, MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. A. W. LAFPERTY, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, EETOfflcd In Temple llld'g, MONTGOMKItY CITY, MO. L,. A. Thompson, ATTOILSKl- AT LAW Office lu Court House, Picture Frames. J. P. Metzler lg now prepared to FramoplcturcH In nny nlzo, and tyio, nnd in nny kind ol Molding, First-Class Work. SEE METZLHK, The Photographer. Montgomery CltyMl8souri. LEWIS & SON, LAWYEIta- Will rrtctlca Intll the Hltle and,fwlrrsl CorU OVKICK OVKU IJJOSN AND DAVIS. MONTGOMKItY CITY. MO. DR. THOsioWINGsT IRESIDENT DENTIST. Crown and nld?e Work a Specialty. EJ-orricaiK ciudwick ubiidiiio. MONTGOMKUY CITY. MO- Totton "4 Wilson Is tliej Mtylo of the now Grocery and' Meat Market now opeued up In TAYLOR SNETHEN'S ' old stand. The new firm , will carry a full Hue ot fresh Groceries of all kluds. Also Fresh aud cured Meals Lard, lluttor, Eggs, etc. Giro lli'q uaw firm a trial nud be convinced that tholr prices ami goods areO. IV ' ' Lotion & Wilson.