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THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.
VOL MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, MARCH 1C, lfc)Ol. NO. Final Settlement. NOTICKIi herclijr Rlftn Ibtt I will, dmlnUttator ef the eitate ol f'ATHKRIXK I'KW, deeeaaed. make llnel aettlitiiest of eald e elata at Hi Bf xl April tf mi of llir Frobate court ol XoDtroucr) toum?, elate ol Miaeourl, t tlie. Cllr ol ilootjtomrrjr, laid term ol court beginning-on thfM Monday In April. INI. I AM KM MAlU'IX. Adme'r, Kataleof Catherine l'cw. deceased. Kelt ti. IMI. It Final Sottlomont. Xutlcr lehereli) Klru lliit I will. J rulnlilratur of Hip etlate of CIIAHlKt UAHIIKM.. doceaed. Male final aettlerornl ol aald ralati- at Ibe on! April term of Ike Probate court ol MonlKunirrr county, elate ol Mlaaourl. at the i ll) or Montgomery, aald term oa court beitli'Slng on the 3d Mondey In April. IIWl 3-liMt U. H. IIAKKK, Adm'r. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice l lirrcbv glveu. that letter uf Ad tiiliilliaiion upon Hi' eatale orcfaarlca Juirpli Worlaiul. drrcaacd, bale bean (rallied lollic niidrreigned .Jf I lie I'robale ciniii nl Mnnitcuroery county. MUiiourl. bcarlnit dam I he lilli day ol February IMI. All prraona bating clalma agalnat aald male arc rti(Ulrrd In eihlbtl tbcm to me fi-r allunancc nllbln one year flolu llir dale olaald Itllria.or lliey way be precluded fioniaii) lii nelltol audi r.lale, and II aald rlalma be out exhibited wllbln Iveo yeara Iruin Hie date ui tald grant f leltrri, Ibcy will be lurrter barird. II. I'. HltKN.NA.V, February tt, IW1..II. Ailinlilelralor, Trustee', Sale. When a Ju.'pli J. loti r and llellle lool. el. bit olli . aid by tbrlr certain deedol Irutt.daled Aug. si.l"lX, and recorded Aug, 2. UdUio mortgage book 37. page SlU. In BEER LAW UPHELD. Hon. C, R. Ball Wins His Cases In the Supreme Court. Hon. C. It. Bali ex-prosecuting attorney ot this county brought 1853 suits against the Brewers of St. Louis and their agents In this county (or selling beer In violation of the State Deer Inspection law, Homctlma In 1000. Tho cases cov ered Violations from August 20, 1899 to June 25, 1000, In this coun ty. Tho attorneys, after a hearing in the circuit court of this county last July, agreed to a statement of facts and Judgment was with held until tho Supreme court of Missou ri could pass on tho law In tho case of tho State vs. Dixmun. ot Henry county, which Mult was brought at tho lnstancu of Attorney-General Crow to test the constitutionality of tho law. March 6, 1001, Judgo Oantt rendered tho decision hold ing tho law constitutional. Judges Marshal, Valiant and Draco con curred, Judges Hurgcss, Shrrowoud and ltoblnson dissented, Tho Drawers admitted tho viola tion ot tho law and hencu stund convicted, though Mr. Doll hnd all tho Information necessary to provo tho violations, If the Uruwurs so desired. Tho lines In those cases may run from SI to $500 and all except one fourth (which goes to tho man fur nishing tho Information) goes to Wanted. A good reliable man or woman In every township In Montgomery county, on salary, to w..rk In the Interest of this paper. Call on or address THE TltinUNK. Tho W. C. T. 1). will hold n special meeting In tho lecture room of the Baptist church, Wednesday March 20, at 2:30 p. m. This dnto Is tho birth-day ot General Noul Dow, known as the tcmperencc apostlo of Main, and Is observed by tho W. C. T. U. as a Bed Let ter Day. Tho meeting promises to be very Interesting. Tho programo will combine Prohibition nnd a Moth er's Conference. There will be recitations, read ings, talks, songs, etc. Tho social feature will bo no small port of tho occasion. All mothers and daughters aro cordially Invited. Mrs. Henry Clark who lives nbout one mile northeast of thin oily sold her farm to J. O. Miller of Montgomery City. There aro 300 acres In the track and Is consider ed ami of tho best farms In many respects, In this part of the country. Mrs. Clark has lived on the placo about 30 years. She will give poss ession In nbout onu month. Dur- I Chas. Frederick Rolling. From llir jnnribun; Journal Death lias Invuded our communi ty nnd taken oft oue of our best men nnd most useful citizens. Col. Charles K. Kolllng, whose loss Is not only missed and mourned by his family nnd othei relatives, but by every member of the entire com munity.' Thu subject of (Ills sketch was born October 20, 183H, nt Blasselm, Germany. Ho came to the United States In his early mnnhootl nnd settled In St. Louis. On Novem ber 20, 1850 hn wns mnrricd to An na Louise Bergmnn nt St. Louts, who still survives. Of this union U children worn born, 3 boys, Fred, Win. II, and Charles, and 3 girls, Mrs. John Gossler, of St Charles; Mrs. George Komoser, of Conovcr, North Carollan, and Miss Tllllc, all living. Col. Kolllng lived In St. Louis prior to coming to Montgomery cuuuty, was a large contractor and builder In thu city. Ho built tho Lacledo Hotel, together with many other Imposing edifices. He came to Montgomery county In tho 70s uud purchased the large farmwhere ho lived und died, nnd Imprnv ed Into one of thn llnest country residences In north Missouri. Ho was tbc dfilce ui Hie ltciiidt rot Deed nl Mont, thu county road fund. Mr. Hall B-owery county, MI.miuM convey to ii. . bclmr the Informant will get tho Jiibnaon. muter, the loKowmx di tallied one-fourth of the lines. nitt nnf t n Hit ftfut-tti fill rift til , j it ng this summer Urs. Clark nnd ,, hufirr in thn c,u. im. w,,s a family will reside In Montgomery ...., ....,.,, . .. fl.rm.r. ti f.irm nnd In tho fall may locate In St. wn, k,..)t , . ,.,,, .... of culliva. Louis or St. Joseph, Mo. The ,i ,i i,,..m...it in ii... ...n i - best of repairs ..I . .. I. la. . ...I I...I.,.. Itl 111 llV of Moiifg.unor) .ii.iaiatrotJlitanuii.to.wltH It Is Interesting to note hero thnt An undivided eight nlnltja(SV) liitereat in out of II I counties, in tho slate, nd to llir. a-t ball oflbe MUlbiatl quar. nir Ball was tho only prosecuting leroiteiiiot. ieniy.nve (Sn)ln lowntblp ottorney who brought suit against nn IJii) range lour (41 weel. containing th. .... sj acre, more or lr....l'o is.cre.uioreor the brewers. Tho Supremo court's lra. beli.g llir iiorib rartof llir nortlieaii decision Is somewhat , of a corker foui Hi ol Hie nurtbeaat quaiirr ui aeeilon 'on other prosecuting attorneys tblriy-tlx (0) tuwnablp dliy l) raugo wh ula not j,now novv to Bccuro Mur(l) we.l. and mole P"tlcul.rly de. , ,rornmtIon. Mr. UaH ,, hftd acr bid t lollottt: llelnulutf t tlm , . . acoineruftectluiia.1 andruunlnijaence fun poked nt him by members of xiutb ou ibe rauifr liu to Toot of the bill, tho bar for this big 'joke, but we tbenre wctt. aioiind tbe brow ol tbe bill gupposo thnt ho now contents hlm- tuthe braiicb.ibci'ce up the branch to W fcelf b . Jrinkir,,, the spirit of the Use. Ibeore eaat lo WjiIdoIok, laughs last. Wblrbaaldconteyaiicrwaaiuadrlotrcurej Judgement will bo rendered s ceruli. promlttury note In tald deed de. a(rnlnst the brewers in these cases, acribed. and wbereaa-Joiepl. J. Uoker. be. , ,t Mny trrnl ot clr. Ilia-dead inure thau ( niontba and ;liWHK . "rr.."ed'ln.bep.)n.eotol ...d not. and cult court In this county. interrit lliereon. now. Iberetorr j at; Ilia re- McKlntev To Docker V. iiuratolthrleKalh-lilerofaaldnotc.andln' MCKMiey IO UOCKCry. nurtuancc of Ibe provltlona ol aald deed of Jollcrsoti City, Mo., Marh 10. irutt. I. II W. Joim.oii.wlll on i oOVi Dockrry sent congratulations HATUIIDAY, MAUCII l. to President McKlley March Ion tell at lln cmrt bouae door, lu tbe city of HCC0I1(i Inauguration as Prcsl- Monloo.e. lo.ilr.iaery ceuniy, ." "-" dl!nt of thu Unltud States. Tho rl. lelweeu llir liouia ni Mine u fiwv- , .,.jfl,.oVl.cl. In ibe .iiernoon President nnd the Governor served filial day. tell at public endue to Hie in Congress ut the slime time and b'lrheai bidder, lor catlu ibe ixbovr deIW(.re Intlinnto ncrsonal friends. Jufird..r"ie7benf,!,V'coJurriec! Gov. Dockery received the follow- "Please accept my cordial thankM for our kindly mcssugo of con f.rfi,i,1nl.nu .if IIim I Intl.. whlf'h TrUBteo'B Salo. . . ... j Assuring vnu :r:y,;,:;r deVd-7, tht uu i. war,,,' irutt. dated Aujuti !0, l9o, and recorded ly appreciated, I am very sincere tUL'U.t SI. IKK), in HnrlxaKe llixib J7, 1'nite ly yours. WII.I.LAM MCKINLEY. :iil In thr fifflr, of Ilia lleroruer oi i.eru. Clarks have a wide circle of friends hero who will regret to have them eavo Montgomery. The Itov. A. F. Jenkins, colored. of New Florence, who poses as u colored Democrat of Influence when he wishes to touch a Demo crat for a loan ot ten cents up, thinks thnt ha can "control" the Infamous sennrnte coach" meas ure. Vandalla Leader. Hush I don't say a word against this eminent party "worker" who must ha provided for. Tho Mont gomery Standard, a recognized Inictlil'truit. II. W JOIISS'lN. Trutlie. Feb. 51 to March. III. IMI. of Mm liinmrry cnui.ly, Mlatoun, cnnve) ed to II. W Johiitun, tru.ler, Hie iniiowm .it.... .1 ...i.i lilni. Hml lielni? In the ueari ii'ru ir.i . 'n - - . .nmiiv f,f Vnntui'inrrr and 8lal of Mle-, ai.iiri. lo-wll!-An nndlilded KIrM Slnllia lerctt in and lo. the Wctt hall nt llie hni tli Katt quarter l aecllon twenty fie In Tnwnthlp Flfli llansa lour Wetl. Contaln- St. Louis World's Fair. Should thu other states and countries remember tho moasley showing that Missouri mndo nt tho Chlcngo's World's Fair nnd tho Omaha Exposition they will feel llko making very small approprla In W .. r.. more or le... .1... Ibe following nK '"V w.v,n- exposition. .Missouri nas none luss toward other world's fairs any other state of h nnw thn reelnlenr. youth on tbe Katt line thereof, to corner oi - -- r- llatlrr'a IS acre piece, thence in a oriu oi larger uiniiuiitmuuim umu v,uu- i:,t quarter ol aecllon thirty tlx In Town .bin llllv. Itaniie. lour Wett.na Inllowai Ueplniilnir on the Section line at the North , urnnpH Katt comer of aald 40 aire,, and riiunlnic ... ' ' j,.' , South on tbe Katt line thereof, to corner of like size. Hilt) is u..,riv rflrei'ilon alnni.' and with ainalt Ilranch lo where it crntti a Hie North line r aecllon 3n. thence Kat ulotu the aecllon line lo place of bcglnlng containing Uvr acrea more or le.a. which aald conveyance waa mad" In acciire s ccrlaln promlttory note In aald deed dcacrlbcd. and whereat .lotephJ Looker belne dead more than V niomha and h'vlnir defaulted In payment olaald note and Interest thereon, now, Iherelor.atlhe reqiieat of tbe leal bolder of aald note, and In purtuaucr ol tbe pro vlalonacfaald deed ol Irutt. I. II. W. Jobniou, will on SATUHDAT, MAUCII 10. IMI. tell nt tho court bautt door. In the city of Montgomery. Montgomery coiiniy. aiiatou rl, between the houre or nine o'clock In the forenoon and dvo o'clock In tbe anerronn oflhatday. aellat public vendue to tho i.l.h.ii bidder, for catlu the above daacrlb- ed real etlale to tallily aald note and Inter eat. together wllh Ihf cott of executing tblltrutU , w. Jounaon, iruticr. Feb. Mto March 10, HWI. Llttlo Elizabeth Zwart has been quite sick tho past week. grcss than nny other stnte that has attempted a big exposition. It looks like the display of huge amount of gall for St. Louis to ask for so much money when she Is sulTcrlng under tho most outrageous election law that over cursed an American City. 353 YounK Chicks Mrs. Frank II. Claro appears to lead all poultry raisers so far as heard from up to date. Last Mon day she had taken oil 353 young chicks nnd had eight hens that would hatch this week. Mrs. Clare has been gathering 12 anc 13 dozen eggs each day for tho past few weeks. We are of the opinion that this report lays all others In tho shade, but wc will be glad to report any who can make a better showing, His was one of thn most hospita ble homes In tho county,n delight ful placo to visit, whuro both old and young were ruynlly cutertalti ed, tho entire family sharing In the efforts to make the visit or enter Uanment, most agreeable uud en joyable. Col. Kolllng was, indeed, a uio ful rami. Always ready to aid any onu In dlbtrcss or need. His big heart was alway opeu to thosu In need of charltv. Ho was a consis- authority on distribution of pollll-1 teIltnnii carneBt member of tho cnl pie, will tell you that Jenkins Kvnngollcal Lutheran St. Paul's Church. It was mainly through his efforts that tho beautiful llttlu church nt tho cross roads, 3 miles north of Jonosburg was built. It Is n living monument to his liberality mid Christianity. He wus a devoted husband, a lovlii futher, a true andunwalverlng friend, an earnest Christian, a useful man, u kind neighbor, a good citizen, a gentle man by naturo and education. His death Is a grcnt loss to the county generally, n serious loss to his friends und nn Irreparable loss to his family. The funeral took place at tho beautiful home, March 1, 1001, con ducted by Prof. A. L. Oraebner of St. Louis, after which tho body, attended by tho sorrowing friends, a largo concourse of nelghors and friends, was taken to thu Mount Pleasant cemetery nnd thcro laid to rest. Thu Journal tender slnccro con dolenco to tho bereaved family, relatives and friends. General Harrison Diad. Ex-Prcsldcnt Harrison died nt his homo In Indianapolis, Wed nesday. March 3, HUH, at 1:15 p. in. of grip. No Declilon Yet The State Supremo Court did not re-convene on March M, the date In which ii ndjourned, but will moot on tho 20th, ofthls month. It Is generally exp-eted thnt n de cision on the court houso question will hi handed down nt that time. In the meantime, our people can Interest themselves In guessing what the court's decision will be Is bringing wealth Into Montgom esy county. The county Is bless ed with at leant four other sons who nro doing tho same thing, by 'hanging on"- -to tho state pay roll. Tho county Is nwful proud of them too. Chips. Young Mr. Whorlcy, who won given six months in the county ill last week has been paroled by Judge Hughes. Tho violation of law by taklngwhat does not belong to ono Is a serious offenco and can not bo condoned, but tnthacaso of Mr. Whorloy, thcro seemed to bo good reasons for leniency and henco tho circuit Judgo paroled him. Wall Paper. Tho Trusts are busted, so are high prices. My large and well selected stock of Paper Is now In Every thing from tho kitchen to tho latest and most bcutlful do signs and shudos for tho parlor, all nt prices lower than over before. Call and examine my good bo foro buying. It A. C. Hudson. Miss FrankluCnmpof High Hill, visited her aunt, Mrs. Jnmlenon, Monday. Miss Camp and her mother expect to leave this week for Virginia Point, Texas, where they will join Mr. Camp and mako their futuru home. Kov, E. W. Reynolds and wife ot Joncsburg, carao up Friday to purchase nn Organ for tho M. 1: Church of that place. J. W. Olll received tho order for a lino large Newman Bros Tuesday night's wind storm got lu Its work on the roof ot tho St, Louis Sto're und made nlmost complete wreck of It. Tho tin roof wns stripped from the sheeting nlmost the entire length of tho building. The wind storm Tuesday night blow tho old engine houso about live feet of! ot the foundation. It has been a sleeping placo for tramps and thu people In that part of the city would be glad If .It would blow away, John Harrison, of Kansas City, Is thu guest of his daughter, Mrs, D. W. Major. Card ot Thanks. Wo deslro to express our sincere gratitude and thanks to our kind frlolids and nelghboa for tho as slstpnco and sympathy tendered In our sad allliction In the death of my r)elovod wife nnd our daughter. And may tno Dicssings of our Heavenly Father rest upon nil Is our earnest prayer. M. V. WALD. C. F. Walij, and family, Vegetables, Do to Crandnll's Now Grocery lor Spinach Lettuce, Itaddishes Apples, Ora us, Lemons and Ba nanas. Frci fruits nnd Vcgeta bleu on hand all tho tlmo. Mrs. Drew I.all and little, won Barnctt, after a two week visit with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs, John Horn of this city, left Tuesday for her homo In St. Louis. Will Harris, who is attending our h.'gh school, returned Monday from a few days visit with his par vnts at Auxvasso. Miss Mary Taylor, of Now Flor euro, Is tho guest this week of W, C. Crandall's family In this city, ?H;KrK'rK Central Grocery! Aliout Miircii 'JIM, 1 expect to ow up a Saw Grocery in the vucnnt htiildin former ly (K'ciipietl hy Miiiim ami AiIhiiih. 1 will keep none hut the KienheHt, Purest, Cleanest and UP-TO-DATE .Stock for my Customera. I expect to vnny a Full ami ( 'oinplete line STAPLR and PANOY GRO CERIES, NOVELTY QUEENS WARE, WENEKER-MORRIS' CANDIES, F. D. SEWARD'S CANDIES, FRESH FRUITS, and F. R. RICE'S CIGARS. All Kinilri of Country I'rotlueo Taken in ex change for (SroeericH. CASH PAID for EGGS. Don't forget, lo (.'all ami .See me, 1 want your Trade. Jno. J. Martin. A JolnlUl'.H Sthenic. According loan Osborne county Kani.n paper, Lew Slink, an O- borno City Jolntist him agreed with .1... ..i... .11 i . I urn t-ii- I'liiiimu in pay n license oi tV) each month and to clo-m bis olnt at dark every night. Now Is the tlniii for miiiim enterprlilng bur glar to close up a deal with llio-n city dads to burglar In the town 1 y paying a license of 350 enuh month The burglar could clone u,i his bu.iinetH nt duylight and pay for his license nt so much n month or so miioh a burg. Thu city could have n wlke open town then by working thu Jolntist nil day mid the burglar nil ulghl. President MclClnlry nnd his en tire Cabinet are-porf ectly sntlslled with tho Cuban situation nnd thor ouhly continent, from trustworthy Information they have received, that niter a little sputtering, the Cubans will accept thu conditions laid down by Congress. Them ha been no foundation for any of the sensational stories sent from Wash ington, alleging that It was con templated to Increase our Naval Force In Cuban waters and to send more troops to Cuba, to awe the tho Cubans Into accepting the con ditions. Neither nctlnn has been nt any tlmo contemplated, nnd no nlilclal In Washington has nny Idea such action necessary. The situation Is being misrepresented nt the Havana end of thn line, us well as In Washington, but these misrepresentations are not likely to prevent a satisfactory ending of the matter, although they mny possibly cause It to bu deferred. A Hatchetlesf Crusade. It Is given out at Statu Prohibi tion Headquarter In this city thnt tho Prohibitionists hnve conceived a new plan to fight tho licensed saloons, thu hatchet having no , placo In It. Thu plan Is to organize 1 what Is called tho "Carrie Nation tho lunt few weeks but sho kept up Visiting Club." Tho members, wh.j .couragu to thu ond nnd led tho aro most all Chusllans, nro to school In spelling und hustled the visit tho saloons ami simply by tho boys In arlthmatlo. their presence, deter church mem- Miss Franees Sailor and Irma bers and minors from Imbibing. Dunfury. spent Saturday and Sun No vlolonco must follow. day visiting relatives nnd friends Mr. Stokes has word from Clin- near Gnminn. Contention (l.ile for latl Work, J. A. Ilarn ll closed his third term In succession at Contention school house. Patrons and pupils feel they h:ivu hnd good schools. ur. Hnrrell Is a very conscientious eachor and exerts all Interests for .he good of Ills school There Is nine of that cramming" In his, classes, Just n steady, solid growth, The teacher gave a big nnd good treat of candy, nuts nnd oranges und tno patrons enmo In with a real plcnlti dinner, which made all feel u llttlodull to settle down and listen to thu closing exercises, but when FostiTcMorgau opened up his oration on patent medlclno nil dullness vanished. Johnlo Clare delivered his piece wrll.Soth Hens ley nnd Henry Nicholas led In dialogues. Toinmlu Hodgcrs was among the leaders too. Thu enrollment was about 20 uud attendance good. A fow famillus send only in tho fall or while the weather Is good nnd they can not make an excusu for staging nt homo. Tills should not bu the cniu. We itoed thnt compulsory school law. Mary Dun ford wns thu only girl ton Mo., to tho effect that such a club had been organized thcro with sixty members and hnd made suc cessful visits to thu saloons. Thu Salvation Army has bocn visiting thu saloons for years, but not for tho purpose proposed by this club. Moxlco Intelligencer. Attorney E. M. Lewis writes bnck from Oklnhoma City, that ho Is well pleased with that city. Over 500 business and residence houses have gone up thcro In the last yoar. Albert Vogt, Jr., who went to Oklahoma with Mr. Lewis has se cured a good Job at good wages. Mr. Lewis has not decided yet whether ho wilt locate in that city or not. ThoTitlDUNK wishes tho boys all kinds of good luck In their now home. Suvoral from Contention district attended thu party nn Johnle Rodgers' farm last Tuesday night. Miss Stella Vaudaveer Is home now from a successful six months school In the Harper dlstrlot. D Death of Oeorge Bruce. Georgo Bruce, whoso homo was 2 miles eaat of WclUvlllc, died last Saturduy, ot heart failure. After eating breakfast, Mr. Bruce lay down on tho loung to rest a fow moments, and dlod In a mo ment aftor. Mr. Bruco was about 71 years old. His wlfo dlod about eight years ago. He leaves a family of four suns and thrco daughters, all grown. An heir was born Saturday ' March 0th, to' Dan Claro and wife.