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PubllfrUiocl Every Kvlclny llV A AViirruiiHlnirg boy 1mh a muter who, when nt, home, wns culled Jesuit-, liiitmnco iiltcniliii u fiiHliioniihlu hcIiomI in tliu uitHt, hIiu Iiiih written her devoted brother auvcral letterH Hiirned "Jchhk'ii." The liov trot even THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. the other day by M-nding her the following 1). V. MA.JOJt, Kditoii. leffiinion : "I'apieu and inamica have gone AKTIK II. KKADLK, Local Kdilor. Cnlifornica and 1 have tonight me a now , hoi-Mica. Vonrnffeetionute hrotliuricn, .Sainiea. Tkiims $1.00 per Year in Advance. 1 , ; ' A fanner at Ogden, Iowa, Iiiim jnut re- 11 Ikim been Niiggested tlmt.MiH. Nation be ;''' v-'" ' t" goveminent .u in return Hhoved to the front for the taHk of finding the north pole. 1'robably it is figured that he could chop her way there. the 1001 which hIiowh what Vest think of the Win. tl. Itrynn crowd as political leaders. for Home bills chewed up by a goat thirteen yearn ago. The goat got hold of the fann er' h vent and tore the hills out of the pocket and chewed and Hwallowed them. The trout Senator Vest wants Gorman or Olney anWH (ion kiL.d and the innsMof pulp recov e Deinocratie nominee for President in Jm.,, When sent t. the treasury they found by examination that it was six- five dollar hills, and sent the owner new hills in their, place. Here is a new story on Kansas: The Kan sas man who was visiting in New Kuglaiid a few miles out of Huston, came upon a sign post a hand pointing an index linger across The question that is right up against the democratic organization in this state is re-orgaii-i.atiou. The Itryanitcs want it and the (iold-bugs don't want it and the fight is still on. The Tribune acknowledges a cordial in vitation toattcud the i7.lt h commencement and the tenth anniversary of the inaugura tion or President Hiehaid Henry .Jesse, of the Statu rniversity, .luue l-.'i, 1001. ''What in the thunder does it take to make a DemoeratV" asks the (.ireennboro Record. According to Senator Mi-Lamin it takes about everything that it takes to make a man a Wenublican. Louisville "Courier- Inuriial." Mrs. Ida Meuefee (nee Xel.oiii) died at her hoine in St. I.ouis Wednesday. The remains were brought to this city Thursday night and the funeral takes place to-day at the Mcthodisi church. When Mark I lamia was shown Mr. Itl VMll's Matciucut that llaiiua has shattered the principles of the Republican party, Mark remarked senlentioulv : "Ami those of Mryanisui, too." Sioux City ".loinnal." The St. Louis Store is being treated this week to a nice coat of paint on the outside. This with the added improvements made some lime ago gives the proprietors of that popular store, .Miller it Worley. a very dc- sireable business stand. .Such improvements to tin business appearance of our city. M-llllAHIM KIWUSIU). Prosecuting Attorney W. It. M. Cook re ceived word Tuesday from the cleric of the Supreme Court of .Missouri stating that the court hail ovcrulcd (hi motion for a rehear- Tk History of Wall Paper Cious-back to the time of niieientiHgyiiti. Its nut-(iliine- era )egntt in Europe in .tha-lHtlh (mutiny, although two centuries before,, wulll paper vn niailfc" by hand. hi those early days the original designs were repixKlneed year after year. To-day. ai design of any certain pattern is used only, one war and ni). pattern gets on the market a swioinlitiinu-. We handle our Htoek so as togub thu ltKST'of tlit' XEW Tilings every year muli have Sew oC'tho old designs left over, those designs. w- close out at very low figures. Our 1JMI1 stock is Largo and. built: mi 120th CL-tv-tury ideas, Xow, Choice amliltuiiKoiiuJUlo in yrXix. t G. E. Mims & Co. Notice of Annual Meeting: "Jnmce-iB herehv . irlvcn that . annual meeting of tho,-i,hn1. crs of tho Union Savings Utoh: v Montgomery county, Missouri, ft the purpose of electing, nine, dime tors to servo during tho, cusuloi year, and for thetrnnsactlanutntij other business which jmay..j)roper ly como beforo Raid stockholder, will bo held at tho ofllcejof. said corporation, In tho City ol! Mont gomery, Montgomery county,, Mis souri, t ono o'clock );..m.. Tin:-. day, Juno 4, 11)01. V. A. CllO(!KKTT,,lVeslHont. I. C. UlTKaitovE, Secretary Mny 17, 1001. Memorial Services., Tho memorial sermnn will bo preached for tho O. A. II. and all other old soldiers that can bo pres ent, by Uev. A. C. Johnson, pas tor, at tho Methodist church Infills city .Sunday, May 'JO, at 11 a. m. (All old soldiers, whether they woro ithobluo or gray aro invited to meet with tho O. A. It. Post, lit. j their rooms, over l-'nulconer,ShoetH Program tow to bo held at Now I lopu church Tuesday, May 28th Song Service. "Our. lUtli; girl was unconscious I & Co's. store promptly nt 10 o'clock .lUUn I . ... i.t " .'Of MtL-,,.,.rv townshln H. K.fr,..n. stimulation dtitliig a sad- m. aim nrronRo 10 marea mi-ilium, in: iiiiiu inn ins iiniip.iss una ",:,", ,,., ,, v den. and. terrible attack of croup. luy l tm) cliureh. In a found it pointing west, hut as it did not point to an t hill" in particular, he stooped a fann er and asked about it. "That," Sill I the ymi-' Duvollonal-Kuv. I. M. Oliver, kee, "I put up myself. Xotieo it is pointing nr" wo T"- 'V.Tu west. Well, I got so gol-darued tired of pointing the finger of scorn at Kansas that I put that thing up there to do it for inc. 1 quickly secured n bottlo of Ono On the following Thursday tho .Minute Cough Cure,, giving her . Decoration l?ay services will bo tnreo doses. Tho croup was mas-1 i,..,,, , ,i. ., i, . ...,..,. Itoredimdourllttl.Mliirilng speed-1 "J1 J "l ,t,,u court ,ho,l,!a I llv reenvered." Ho. writes A. L. ml which appeared in this paper ' u iSpuflord. Chester, M,teh. City Drug , last week. 'I ho public cordially purpose of tho Suur.sU. 1 Invited to.nttend all tho above scr- ltov. Duncan and' , lUeliarU I). WUIU, enmo In from , ,,l;B' The work nud i day school- Mrs. Dr. l-'iiuleoiier. Who should bo in tho Hiiuilay1s'mUluK,,'C,,1""Inlll'l,",tSuud"y sehoo and how to securo them ? 1 1" "," r- " -rs. Miss Hello Itudgers onL 11 rsk'"u '"'. m-y. -i'ick, , All lo..rii li.vc irM loriitr C.urrli l.y D.ivld Whitehead. ' m ,H 'aniuiiiriy kiiuwu nero ( n,r ii.rotiHimli-ri.arlil . lulultrssnd A WOHTHY SUCCESSOH. SomothlnuNow Undor Tho Sun.' The Political Review has been comintr to , , ' D.ivld Whitehead. ' " ' iiuiiiiimijr nuunu iiitiu i hip iiriiHimirri.ariii x": luiultrs ami I our desk Tor several weeks and after reading )Tl(! H )t , ,H mnm ,lt' mnoug his friemLs, has Just gradu- -Inu. In vHr r..ri. Tl.rlr H.dm .Iry ii r..ll I 1 it 1 " . . . ,....! .1... 11 J V. u..f.... Ilip lilllcliuu. liii-mlirtttiFr. fMii.ltiL. llinti In caieni.ij eeiy ui.ii.ei, r i.ii.si neauny Kuv. D. tlraves and J. Yi. J.icks.t-- V .I. ! '" "K cr.el. UM..n,l W-,,1. Tic ,1 . . I. ninni.r M-rVUll IIS H I'lUKl III IIIO .MtVIII , .. , Dinner. iir.l lb. Ilia Inlialon lio rullnli rami Song .Service. lulemy fouryeara at Annpolls and ,wyti,VMiiioiuiuliriiii-.ilnt llirlrm.k. iwu jri-nrn iiuwuru snip, i-rusiiig in rra nan- nluirtl In i-uri'. mills nii oml recouuneud it to the republican parly of the ulfil.i li iu flu. tinli- iuii-i.lv iuilihi!il ri.iiiilili.l ,.,,.V. ...,4. ............ ..... I. Illll't'l... lit ill paper that circulates through out state that aims to feel the pu!-c of the coun ty organizations to see what the country re publicans want and what they don't want. If the Review will bo guided ton reasonable extent, by what its "country cousins" want it can do a great deal of good for tho repub lican orgaui.ationsovcr the state. The republicans of Montgomery Co mty organized last year and w i ked like Turks to elect (he county, state and National re publican ticket and we cast our votes the way we worked. Itut when we east our votes for McKinley and .loe h'lory vc did not cast our votes lor all tun appointive oiiiccrs uii this county or in this state. If the olllcc hold er received his appointment three or four MV. ttJhln Ho now hol.U tho rank of Knslgn H'.nwa i.-,.,!,.,,,, .,. ,or leaehlng lntho buuduy School . thl, N-vy rtl, rccl!lviM n 00, m.iiv jMm.ivlorl,. ulr .,l.,cl.. hlders W . I.. Cmr and .1. 11. Blllry, .Mr. White looks stoutnnd ')' ' "io In-aiuu-nt uf Caiarrli In. ni lat liryiin. hearty mid ovldently tho suit sea i'"""""' ninirni which ih i.unrui. Kiiidvlngtho lessou to loach It- waves uud ocean breezes agree "f'. ""') u-IUctsi ontf. but pcr- A 'it Oliver mid K M Oliver with Mm. lie litis a 15 days fur- ( '"I,1"1' ?:?"!', ''' r '!"" I'10 4. li. inner, mm i.. .m. umer. . . . . , ,. ., T iuo. ilojiplnc lln- illM-liarur , ami rut iik .Si.lrltuiillly In study - ltuvs. A. C. "ul,,1)Ut . tl'0 1 ",e liiila.M,.nii. n . ti.r ..si) rn.u-.ly opir uiiiiiiij iii wiu ) '"'' tended to III) days. Montgomery knuwu l itlrucs thai aclually rrii-lira llm JohiiHon and l. I-.. MoQule. City is proud other representa- silllrua nti. Thl. nunUrtnil ri-mi-.ly la .Spirituality In teaehlng-ltov. C. tlvu In thu L'. S. Navy and Is nMh"'"."'!? A. Mitchell. Mrs. Alice McCunn vuys glad to extend him n warm. I'tli-rofOiii- D.ill.ir, i mil pickw Inln- iml Mr. I.Vntilr II..I..I..V- welcouio to Ms old home. in hili-rnal ami rxlmi.il mrilii-lur mi ill. illitl .Mrs. I riltllC llenslej. , rl.nt l..ra lull m.inin'a ir.aliii.ininu, nirv Hx-relsesioiumeucuitlO a. m. .., hllV() ,,,.,. MllIl.rhl(? , roIll t"iJ5: rft iM'.'Si'i'iurrhCBr. mid liHOp. m. Miss l.eola 1-mileo- Dyspepsia for tho past twenty ; cm ma.ic ml l mm- ri-i-miU.-. n. tha uer ami Mrs. K. M. Oliver will years mid h.ivu been unublo after ;ml- ; anil ..itlir nr r iliai amnijr. have charge of musle. !.ImH,io,1l!;rm1,,yrre!iefH '"ViU ' toffi? It Is the earnest re.iuest that ovo- " ' I i JM':':!!1;..:':! ' ry Sunday sellout In tho township siu'Ouru 1 found relief and urn now ' 'itrrh whrn nruirrini oin u i,m,, iu lie fully represented. in belter heath than I have been tho Atlantic and I'acltlu oceans, nliiliwiiitcaiina rrarli ilm ill.m.o. An nlit veai-s ago as thechoice of the working re-! .,l,llllllltlutl .SlluS1l'a'' U .1,0 )u n - ... . . j 'i. i.-v mi oiivr, I... in. tiriiniiri riui. .Sabbath school workers bring ir twenty years, i cannot praise ; .lv i.iii arumplrtrirratiiK-ni uiiird i. wM. i h liiiM,.iu iUli.il iiiwl ii Ivudol Dyspepsia Cure too highly." Iiln-I) Kiitr.inli-. il m ciirr Catarrh In any luneli imskels mien anil como out Wrat;H .rH, c. W. Itoberts " "' "'wnluu irrrl to the praise of tho Lord. County Nol, Crt'elt. Ark. City DniL' .Store Ife .il',!.''V.,..Jn::::.,!!''."S.''u. . ,'lf. .' HUH presidents especially Invited I publicans, and if during the campaign fall he did Ins whole duty in aiding his party ami has preformed the functions of his of fice honestly, faithfully and well then he should be retained. 1 tut if he did not do ... ... wtllr lull iiartlciilirt n In nur nm.llll.m. Women as Well as Aicn i "" 'vi" "'--u i.--ini u.ni. in.miin.- last I'ulessii woman ruts suluelei.t Arc Mmc MUprnhp he hiiir.wltli..u tin y,u f i.n..n.l nourlslilng fooil she can neither J i mrrraiiur pr os nr -s lira" tuu "limr. gain nor keep a good complexion. KllltlCy Trouble. "'srm ""m ,.,J,lr.-.s. 1., ,. f,. l-ooil. when illirested. Is tho base ! ni m.i . , , c...i, . i ,i i of nil health, all strength, and all ' linllar. Aililrrn lirpt A 'M imIu li.oili-t ing in the court house removal case of this ,.M. (hi,, then he should step down and .., i- ii.;.. . ..ii .... .1... ... . , iiiiiui. n .n-niiiiu- uur. ri-iiii-n uii- iiiiiu oil! ft II ( I let II UdlKlllg lepulllicilll Clljoy house ipieslion for the next five years. j reward. the henuty. Herblno will lielii digest Kidney troutlo preyi upon Ihe mind, dls- s'.ull.l'."l.,:.S'"i';ml una Mailn strrot. what vim i-iil. mid i?lv.i von tho ourateinaieenjamtiltloi clear, bright, beautiful healtli. I'rlee Til) Tlie Tlu M. II Cliureh, .South, pro posed In ralso SI.MKI.IHIO. Tho aiuiiuut wasall suliseiibed In April 1st. 'I'heu there emiie still further rejoicing when the report of May 1st slated that over $!H),0K) more had been subscribed. At the New Orleans Missionary Coufurcnco more tlimi S.M),(HK) was subscribed In one niglit for tho new universi ty iu Souehow, China. Thero Is Twcntlctli Century Thank Offering. Mr. I-Mltori Nearly two years ago when this subject was bring agitated In all our churches. It Is not surprising that any one should nsk tho question you asked the writer at Hint time. You had re iruostcd 1 1 1 in to prepare an artlelo for your columns that your renders might have a clear Idea of the plans and extent of tho movement. When It was slated that tho Meth odist throughout the world had planned to raise over twenty-seven million of dollars for educational and other purposes, you asked If there was a possibility of the hopes being realized, Viewing the past tho outlook was a little gloomy, ltemembeilngthe ability of Chris tian people, the answer was that there was hope for success and a strong probability of It. The llrstof theyearwas the limit for the illtliTi-nt branches of the church, except the Methodist Upls copnl cliureh. Their plan was to secure twenty millions, ten for their schools and ten foi church debts, hospitals, missions, aged 1 1,10 Importance of education. Their Cason's Pharmacy. PUBLIC SALE. Ivo you tho eou"E nl leuenj ambition: beuty, vljor ''WlauVlplila A-MI III SKIU III' ?..Tl!.l s j!' , ... ' .ml V. ..i. .,i '.'-; r "FpwwnentneKl(l. UCHLClia IIM KtAU LS I ATb, Tho gift of Mr. Cupples of tit. j I will nt-ll nt public sale at myj Louis to the unshlng.on Unlversl. i ', """',. I lnlnihters anil In fact all benevo leuces above tno ordinary benevii- A lonces of the church. I think they gave till Dee. IWU. Of this amount noVn.V have subscribed some twelve gninllllmi dollars. JJ The W'esleyans ot Kngland have THln.lr llv. mllll.ti ..11 ...1. ,i.lT i.ti nil. I ty Is something over W.tMMMmo, This is nut counted by us because It Is a secular institution. Many other smaller gifts are made to other than church schools. A few weeks ago Mr. Scruggles, another ot our liberal men of St. Louis gavo 7.'I,0U)tothii llcthesda Home. Never beforo have men of wealth but little doubt but that tho fund taken tho interest In dolnu- loo1 will lie Increased to W.OUO.OOO. If for others as now. The Methodist we had Included all other special church is not alone In this kind of contributions as the M. 12, Church work. What Is now being dono has very properly done the amount should have been attended to long secured would have been much ago. Tho spirit or tho ago Is to '"rger. ' work for tho masses of sulTcrlng Will tho nmounts subscribed be - humanity. Our theological battles collected V Not all, but nmro than , have been fought. Theory has was originally asked for. l'romthe , been dellned, nud the world Islook beginning of Methodism sho has lug for practical Christianity. It stressed education. Tho year Mr. Is not being deceived. Noonecan Wesley built the llrst church In 17.'W doubt tho church of to-day could ho also laid tho foundation of tho 1 give every man nu opportunity to llrst college among tho Illiterate hear the gospel In tho nexttwenty inlncrs. Tho three lending spirits i live years, and that tho world could In tho movement, the. Wcslevs and bo evniu-ollzed In tin, nv WMtelleld were graduates of Ox. ! VOllfK If vn Innbml mint Hint na Mm ford University, and never forgot J chief work of life, l'rnternnlly, '$! WI-:i)Ni:si)AY, MAY LI), IIHIL From 'JIMKI to IIKK) bushels of Corn, and from 10110 to 'J000 bushels of O.its. Halo will commence promptly at I o'clock p. in. Tkusis or Sam:, Will bo mndn known on day of sale. Jno. W. ScilOWK.NOKluvr. Ilellllower.Mo. Final Sottlomont. Xiitli-o l hrtrlij itlrrii lint I III. us ml. uilnlxraliir.il l!n rnUlrnl lll'OII McCI.UIti:.ilraoil. Make Hnal M-lllciiii-iit r,f ailil rat all- .it llir next. Icily term of tlm l'roluto murt ol Montgomery futility, aiatu uf Mlasmirl, ul tlioClly nr.Moiilitomcry, aalil ti-riu on-uiin liriilniilns on tin. 3il.Monil.n Iu .Inly, l:i)t, IOSKIMI CATi:i!. Ailni'r, A. W, l.nirrriy, Atfy. .Vi.,-,, CI.AKK 04 C(.. KnrniH .mil l-liv I'riipvrt.v l.il-Hfil nxviiiniH riMiuy it I ,imi. neyj are out of ordtri or diseased. I Kidney trouble his become, aa creva1ini that It Is not uncommon i '""'Ira drairiiii,- tlu-lr Ihii.I a.lv. rll.rd for a chili ta h hom I llliiit i-oalto thfin imiat llal aamo li for Uitllletedwllh weak kid- ."'"ffiTuii 'it""J.'L' i'JJ.. " Vl'nlo neys. II tho child urln-1 v"" A! Iaa .f,n If ,U. I urine scalds the flesh or If. whrn tha -MH i reaches an aje when It should be oblo lo control Ihe passage. II Is yet alflleled wlih bed-weltlnr, depend upon It. the cause o( 1 mo aiiiicuiiy is Kianey trouble, and Ihe first the treatment of these Important orcans. This unpleasant ttouble Is due to a diseased condition ot the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit most people suppose. Women as well as men are mado mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need Ihe same treat remedy. The mild and the Immediate effect of Swamp-Root Is coon reallied. It Is told by drufelsts. In fifty cent and one dollar sizes, you may have a IrWlsHi: sample bollle by malliiUrS uec, aiso pampniet ten. n. .., n Ing all about It, Including many cf the1 thousands of testimonial letters received I from aufferers cured. In wrlllne Dr. Kilmer I It Co., Blnchimlen, tl, Y be suie and mention this paper. 1 HEADACHE At all ug atom. JS Dimt 2U. UL it.') lSltaV : t lcis Cream n. i). suu'Li; The mnd dog that bit thrco chll eating these they did more for Hnirliitifl tlmii nn,.ll I., at. ISth century If the , j "7 wn" JiS n,,.ti from tho Viindalln prairie, where ?; Tho benellts of ll. ,,... " .n-.ougcu to a man oy mo namo mission was to the lower classes ot Kngland. In comettlng and cdu-. ,,",' , . I cntliiL' these tlu.v .11,1 . , Irenln Mlddletowntwowceksngo, Is found to have started on tho They iji ftaescribetl nnd over thrco million In vuia iin iiiiii i. i ii ii i i-iuii t . i ... . . i .... i i . lnefi-;.,7, . '".".VV. XZ'"1 "V oenovoienco and char ties. IL will teaeli us a better uso for money than to use It for making more money, lly Investing It In mind and heart, tho country Is bcconilnir enriched In deed. drafvlth their fund of IM.OOO, and en.J100,(h)0 In bank, Tho fmiadlttus imU started for n million nud have gone two hundred thousand beyond It , and can't stop. Tuttle & Jaggers a t.,., 8o,0 Agents ,r GRAKEMAN'S DAIRY CO., of St. Louis. l hey are now ready to serve 1CK CHKAM at all time aro also making n Spcclelty of Orafeman's ASSO RT 12 D BRICK C R ISA M , Which cannot bo equaled by any other Ilrick Cream on tho Market. 5o ICE CREAM SODAS Sc. ItwinreVe lth ,hi,i X,"fJ."on. ; I ' 'nawiiy. His owner llrst tied II r specialties nnd from tho big run wo havo had o: tho church of Christ in tho world with a rope, but ho snapped i them, they aro very popular, She Is the mother of education, of ! that In twain with his teeth. After- iS! lee ITtmm nnd nihu naif IHi 11 ...til ii n n . ..t.t "i' - - - ii j iiiHii miiir inn Thobestand safest way to tIon: Phone21. TUTTLE &. JAGGFRC; lliniU.1,11. U Will, n InaLl nl.lnl- S I V I I lt. V UHUULna- V . P " . ". ". I""' i S ASK YOUR GROCER PO. The 5 Minute Breakfast fc . PURINA HEALTH FLOUR Make, lilt IN IIUHAl) l'lirlim Jlllli. si. l.uui. i, Don't Be Fooled! ma market I bcinir Hooded villi uurthleii imiiallons ot ROCKY MOUNTAIN ...TEA... To protect (ho public ne catt ciprciaiaiieniionioour iratM mark, printed on tvery pack wmina in irnuini ltrmand tht rt For halo by oil Urusglsa, shoot him Into i jjootl humor S Pliinn. -a Kodol j Dyspepsia Cure l ' Digests what you eat. t . ..''""'"f'anydlBcstnthofoodandaldi f- .atu.r. "."rcngthcnlng and rccon f I tructlne tho exhausted tllKcstlvo or. , gans. I t is the latest discovered dlKcst. P'antnnd tonic. No other preparation , can approach It In cfllclcncy. It In j, stantly rcllcvcsnnd rcrmancntlycurcs ' PW1"' Indigestion, Heartburn. ' Klilcnc,c' A1 Stomach, Nausea. $ ! t f kncatlachOiGastrnlBla.CrampSianil nllothorrcstiltsof iinperfcctdlRcstlon. ft1 . Prpard by E. c. D.witt A Co.. Chimi 4Sieiivsj!3i, ASK YOUR DRUGGITS rniitgoiiiiii'y City, Mo.