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- ft " - '1W THE TRIBUNE. Friday, - November 15, toon One Copy One Year In Advance $1.00. One Copy rj Months In Advance 60c. Head whnt Oovo has to nny. Will Haas spent Sunday In St. Louis. Attend thn oyster supper. Jns. Millnm of St. I. u Is spent Sunday In our mldt. Kvortt Spears was calling on friend nt Prohibition Sunduy. ' Dr. .1. Ii. Jones of .lonosburg was 1 hure on business Tuemlny. Dr. MunH nnd wife spent n few days In St. I.ouls last week. V. C. Crane nnd wife, of Mluco ln, sflent Hundny In this city. 1'rof. Hughes Miiupln was up from Now Florence Inst Saturday. Charles buy mid Tom (looeli, of Mlddlctown, were In tlui elty Inst Frldny. Huv. .1. C. Dell will preneh at Kim's halt next Kundny morn hit; nt II o'clock nnd also nt 12 p. in. Miss Maymo llnm went to St. I.ouls Siiturdny morning for 11 1 uliorl visit to her brothers. Miss Stella I'nul of Moberly ! came down Snttirdny and Is thu guest of her brother It. S. I'aul nnd family. Attorney .1. V. Dolvonlhiill, of Warrontnu, was transacting htisl ness In this city the first of tint week. Mr. and Urs. V.V. Worley will entertain the "Whist Club" to night, Friday, In honor of their third anniversary. Miss .Martha Vogt entertained her friends Thursday evening nt a "Tacky Party". Further particu lars next week. leorgu I'olloek, Vice President of llryant and Strnttou Hostiics College, of St. l.oulx spent Satur day with hl cousin Mrs. I). It, Hurley. Ilev. .Ion Allen, editor of the Troy llecord, win transacting bus iness In circuit court at this place the llrst of the week. W. 0. Hughes returned Friday nfght from n trip to McKlttrick and other plnccs In the, southern part of tliu county. Mrs. Hannah Keely of Cotlnnd Kuiisas, who has been ilsltlng her brother, T. (I. Karl Hie past week left Sunday for lllluolso to visit relntlves. Mrs. Will Owlngs Is on tho sick list this week. Mrs. lllnnch Purl of .Joucsburg was In town Tuesday. Misses ICmlly nnd Martha Gr ham spent Snttirdny In St. I.ouls. Mrs. J W. Wrilkcr who has been 1 ' ufi ttlnlrnf (111 ttlnnulitu tr9 tUtt xnut I II. It. C'rnnu and family, of MIn-1 wc,.ih Is Improving. j cola spent Inst Sunday with friends , In this city. C. A. Mitchell returned from " - ,-. , , . jCurryvlllo .Mondny whero ho had . i.cnrgo . ". '"'-111 ed h i remilnrnnnulnlmcnlKiin- The Ladles Aid Society of thu Methodist church will give on oy ster supper In the Hudson build ing 011 Sturgeon Street, Thursday evening, Nov. IMsl. Hvcrybody Invited to attend. Infant mortality Is something frightful. Nearly om-ruartcr din before they reaeli one year, one third bcoro they are live, and 0110 lialf before they nre llftcuiit The timely nee of White's Cream Ver mifuge would save it majority of of theo precious lives. Price JSets. At City Drug Store. . Marshall Dlggs and wife of Culi fomla arrived Monday night and nru visiting Mrs. Hob Sharp. Mr. Dlggs Is an old resident of Mont gomery county All of his old friends nre very glad to see him looking so well nnd to know that fortune has favored him during Ills Hay III the West. Wo are glad to see, street names being placed at the corners, after whluh the houses will bouumbercd. That In the only Intelligent wny of directing the puhllo toyour home. Its what's deeded. This work Is being done by 0. O, lCnnouso of Plttsbutg Pa who has numbered Movernl towns in this section of tho state. cago, Is vMtlng his daughter, Mrs. W. (). Shelton. Mrs. It. ('. Hrown went to Troy Tuesday morning to visit her sis ter-ln-law who Is quite sick. I Miss Mnlllc McCord, of Jones j burg, was (ho guest of Mls Myrtle 'Johnson the llrst of the week. Mrs. Oorgn Ullehrisl returned Saturday night from a several days visit to relatives In New Florence. Mrs. Donaldson and little daugh ter Miss Marjorle spent the day j Saturday with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. I locker In New I Florence I'd leave my happy home and crnsi thu deep blue see, Itatherthan bo without Charley and my Hocky .Mountain Tea' Ask your druggist. Mrs, Starr and daughter Miss Minnie who have been visiting tho former's sisters, Mrs. .1. It. Scale uiul Mrs. Dan White, for tho past several mouths, left Monday night for their Inline in Kanses. Ilrlngs ntlrnctlvcniH to listless, unlovable girls, making them handsome, marriageable women. Thai's what Hocky Mountain Teu will do. .Tie. Ask your druggist. Mr and Mrs. Chas, Darner went to Prices llraneh Friday afternoon and spent several days with friends Charles spent the time hunting nnd now Is able to relate many a quail i.tory. Thousands of men and women sillier from piles, especially wom en with female weeklies have this sintering to contend with In addi tion to their other pains. Tabler's Huckeye Pile Ointment will quick elTect n cure. Price, M els. In bot tles, lubes 75 cts. At City Drug Store. The "Idlo Wild" wiihboautlfiilly entertained by iilss Corn Harnes, Friday evening nt her lovely home In I he east part of our city. Thu amusement of tho evening was progressive Nllo at which a number of thu guests proved them selves very clUcloiit. Host delicate and toothsome refreshments were scried. Those present were: Misses I. mile Washington, Gertrude Sharp, Minim and Kthel Otvlngs, lllancho Clove, May llyron, Molllo Golden; Messrs. Charles Minis, Harry Jacks, George Clark, Will HaiiK, Horace Sabourln and Doss Graham. World's Temperance Sunday, lly action of tho executive com mittee of the International Sunday School Convention, Sunday school workers everywhere nre called upon to obscrvoiho fourth Sunday of November each year as World's Sunday School Temperance Sun day Miss Francis Jordan was tho guest of Miss Nellie Arnold of Shamrock from Friday evening until Mondhy. Mrs. Hurkctt who has been visit- j Inglicr nlcco Mrs. M. N. Mnllerson Jr. loft Wednesday for Jefferson City. D. H. Sailor sold to Henry Cov ington Monday 11 carload (70 head) of hogs, for which ho received 83.110 Itov. William Aylor, of Inde pendence, Mo,, returned to Ids homo Tuesday after a few days with relative!) nt Hclltlower. It Snvotl Hor Llfo. tloocli'a Mexican ")iiiil, nrruni. II. I, (it a rum la lliln in-luliliKrliixul which lint MA, Mud His iniio Ml.. Duvia wii. t lilirn up tmllrliy tier mirinllDir phmicitu, 8so liml lung fuer, Tho ilorior until tho wniild illu lii'imn iitoimnif. mid itilvlxul In ills, 11111111110 hl liieill.lncn.lt naailolnir lirr boffimd. Hit iii iit lu.l n ,a!o or lmi'h' Mrxlrar sjninnuil Uowli'. quirk rrlll-rlll tlio ll.ilNr. Tlisv ul e lirgall to Kilo tho S) rue In iliiura mm huur mtl, inn! lii(Uinll'l.olhril hrr ilic.l mIUi ilmlJuUk ISellrT l!f (ore lo.lriiliK tl, u i(.ior,nd rirr umi)t lew Imitlen or onih, lu b1iiiiI aa nrll melrr. II wu almost ltk- raiainir in uesii, inn) ima laiaMUIicit lu. 1 ..... ... I...... 11 .nebcin .)riii hero n couih riniiil)! wo run Kell nothing .1 N. Risns. Trlml.l. Allitim Co.. (), (loorh's Vlrxleaii Sirup eurr n tltuplo I'Oimli 1 r ! inaf;lo. mul I. Ihp Wn lomeilv for wbnoplrxlinr i uh, I'rlco sac, Hoaltliy Chlldron Aro Hnppy. Slotlirr't Worm svrup makea rlillUrrn, liraltliy qrrxprlllutr lliv woiuit Unit makfi tlnuilll. ClillJtni cl It on bnml. I A thousand things by douo far hotter than most do one. Wo refer to Hocky tnln Ten made by Madison It 1110 things Mouu Medl clnni '0, .Tic. Ask your drugget. I. M. Hlchards, now tho Wabash Agent at Klrksillle, spent Sunday with tho homefolk. ' Mr. HlchiiriU Is well pleased with his work but rcgrctH very much to leavu our lit lit elty. Henry Garrett, of St. I.ouls, spent Sunday with his motlinr, who leaves in tho course of a week for California. Mr. Garrett Is as sistant engineer In one of the largo factories and Is doing well. H'nbnsh Low Rates. I lloine-Keekers Kicurslun llck U'ts will be sold the Nt and Mini Tuesdays In November nnd De cember to the Territories and ninny of the states for 0110 fare plus two dolla-s. If you are sulTerlng from drowsi ness In the day time, Irritability of temper, sleeplsss nights, gener al debility, headache, slid .general want of tone of iho system, uso Herblne. You will get relief and llnally a cure. Price fit) cts. At Ity Drug Store. Interesting KcnUlng. We have on hand a supply of literature descriptive of vnrlous sections of the West and South. It will make Interesting rending for tho long winter evenings anil will be gladly sent on request to J. II. I.OTHltoi', Gen Agt. Union Paclllo It. It., IHX'I Olive Hreet, St. I.ouls, Mo. L't If you have sore throat, soreness across the back or side, or your lungs efel soru or tender, or you nre threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia, apply Hi'.lhird's Snow Liniment externally, and use Hal lard's llorehouud Syrup. At City Drug Store. Thero will bo an O'ppossum nnd Turkey supper at Kirns Hall Fri day night November L"Jiid. all who are lovers of O'ppossum, sweet day. Tho International lesson potatoes mid Turkey aro cordially committee has placed tho fourht I Invlled to attend. There will bo quarterly temperance lessen on the I plenty for nil to share tho feast. date of tho World's Sunday School Teniperanco'Sunday. The object In establishing a World's Temperance Sunday is to tiring about concerted effort on the part of all churches and Sunday schools In the Interest of temper nnco reform nnd religiously edu cate Iho children and youth no that they may bo fortllled ngalnvt tho enemy of their souls the liquor tralMc. The plan eoiumnds Itself to all earnest Christian temperance workers. Sunday schools all over Montgomery county and nil to whom this notice emues aro urged to observe tho day. Tho schooUof Montgomery City will give special attention to the temperance tuple during the Sun day school hour, mul at 2i30 In tho' afternoon of tho samo day thero will bo a Sunday school temper ance rally held In tho llaptibt church. A flue program Is being prepared. Members of the dllTer ont schools will tako part and an Interostlng tinul is anticipated. Uvcrybody Is Invited to attend. W. C. T. U. Pllo-ino euros Pllosl Money relundf il It It ever lall. huppcr from n o clock p. 111. to 10 o'loek p. m Admission fi cents. Manager II. O. Giii:noiiY. PUBLIC AUCTION! Ili'lllnnliiK .Muti Jay November loth. Aim coniinueing ror tlirco or four days, I will sell at puhllo auction my entire stock of general merchandise consisting of hats, enp. boots, shoes, groceries etc, at Truxton Mo, On Tuesday after noon Nov. 10, 1 will inuku a special siilo of my cutlro stcck of ladles clonks an.! capes. Sale to begin each day nt 10 o'clock a. m. nnd close nt I o'clock u 111. Everybody Invited to como nnd secure somo of these bargains. MHS. JOSliPIl GOODWIN. Col Curt Steuart, Auctioneer, J. Will Adams, Clerk. Cason's Pharmacy un der tho Opera House ac curacy, carefully selected drugs, moderate charges Note the big sign on the brick building across the track from jS Wabash Freight Depot &v- EMIL H. ALGERMISSEN Buys Sells Grain, Flour, Produce, Feed, etc. etc. "$3 It is the best and most convenient place in town to trade. Don't forget we exchange Snowdrop Flour for wheat. Give you such a good deal you wil). want to come to us always. Alwways have plenty of corn on hand. The very best as cheap as you buy inferior other places. Will make spocial low prices on car load lots. It will always pty yoti to tndo nt 1'IIONU US. Emil H. Algermissen's. Money to Loan. from WOO to WO.OQO, nt 0 per emit, for ten years. Payments as low as Slid ei-11 bo made at any time. In terest payments April 1st of each year. Western money. A. KlSII'INSKY, Itenl Kstnto tc Loan Agent, 8-rsl-rit Welisvll e, Mo. NOTICE! Constlpatlan mom lint accumu lation of waste matter that should be discharged daily, and unless tills Is done tho foul matter Is ah s rbed and poisons thu system. Usj Herblne to bring nbout regu larity of the bowels. Prlco.10 cts At City Drugstore. A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Grout Discovery. Olio smsll tmttle of xh' (ircn DUcovcry rurr nil Milan mul lilnil. 1I1T I roll tite, relum e- Kl svii, cures ilisheli-- si'iiilusl einl.iiii., tvrsk nail sine linrks, lliriiiiisllrKi n'nl nil Irny. iiliilllles nl the !iliiei nn.l lilnihh'i In 'mill linn suit wiiiiich, re)iiilsU iilsihlrr lrniili. In cnildri'ii If mil nlil hy your drnirirUi will he H'lit hi I nil I 011 r, c-lil of it. I lae .inxll hot. lie is Iwo tiMiiilh-' licnliiieiil slut will rare nuy '" slmve iiii-iiiIhid-iI, )r. II U llsll. sole iiisiiiiNi liner, P (), It.x 1)20 Si. IiiiU, .Mm. S I lot li-tllliolilsls Sold hj nil ilrilKl., II. IIIMII TIMS Mexlre, Mo,, Sept. l! IHOI Till Is In (Mill Ihsl I I. mo' lici-n rami of Milne) slid liUihUr llonlil,. In IIih 11-e ul Hie 'Vs U'nliiliT. lUII's (iresl Dl-rouri I is 11 liicer. lull) reriiiiiiiienil ll lo mi) one mif. firing from Hint I will bo nt Ithlnchind Wednes day nnd Thursday of each week for the practlco of dentistry. Those needing dental work done, call and see mo, satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. Jacobs. (iiirrt.M.r In Hr llllilmtil, Cnllhirnln, Thoso who contemplate spending the winter months In California to escape the rigorous climate of tho! eastern states should plan their' trip us early as possible. The! Union Paclllo Is the quickest and' most direct route. We have a full line of Interesting descrlpth'o liter- i ature and will lie glad to mall sup. ' ply on request. ! .1. II. I.oTllltor, Gen. Agt., (Hli Olive st., St. Louis, Mo. io-r.-it OJd papers for sale at this iimco, too per hundred. Spreads Like Wildfire. When things nro "the best" they become "tho best selling." Abra ham Hare, a leading druggist of Ucllvlllo, O., writes: "Klcctrlo Hitters aro tho best selling bitters I have handled In '20 years." You know why? Most diseases be gin In disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood nnd nerves. Klcctrlu Hitters tones up tho stom ach, regulates tho liver, kidneys CALIFORNIA BEST PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURSITS EXCURSIONS 10- SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES .fairs i.i.v.i.i.s nirr 1SV1SKV FRI DAY GREAT ROCK ISLAND builds up thu entire system. Puts' new life and vigor Into nny weak, ALL WOMEN Whm of Canliil Ii Iho pmnll.ni of a woman' health nml li.ippt ne from ) out Ii In old age. It laip lur safely Into wimi.inliood. It Hutahn fier during die trlnli of preiKiaey, chlliblrtli and liiolhrrliood, inalhig Lilwr cay anil preienthig llooilhig nml inlsT. caril.ie. It gently leaiU her ttirelnrli Itie ilaii.t..,iw iu.rtr..l ft known .11 thu clnue'e of life. eurii lciicorrln.'it, f.dllng of (1,0 Munih, and iiiviulrual Irrrgut.ulty tn every fmia. It U valuable hi cit-r)- trying period nf n woninu' life. It i-ilntorvis tlio iienin system, nets directly on tho b'i,'. M lal erg.un niul h Iho linet t.iulo for wonaii Inoiui. Ask jour ilrugUt for a 1,00 hottl'e of Wine of Caidal. I THE GLOBE OIL "GOLD COMPANY I ,J) OIVMM) i.aiiok inters or f ? OIL, ASPHALT, COLD AND COPPER, PROPERTY, IN GEORGIA. TEXAS, ? COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, ALASKA AND VANCOUVER, ; !' Ol'M-'lCHS Us First lllock of Xon-Assessable, fully paid, 0110 '? t dollar par value shares, until further notlco nt !l cents per share, i'. i ensh or il 1-2 cents per share, on tho Installment plan. j IIM shares M ,1l.'. nun. $,no Uunn, Jl IJ per month, until llntr.illii., Al., Julr II. loon. Xtmnitn Wnioercunlul snil'lltrJ' r.r.l lllki.k.llriiur'it unil 1 rrrl liko a illlU'rrnt m-o an ulr. ailv. Ccveral It. iUm licro ka p tlio ritillclu la th?lr hommnll tho time, 1 lit three tltU anil the nru u.ing It m ilti mo. Mr. KATU UllOWOCn. Tor .Ajt. nn.l liltnturo. n.Mrt,l. kItIiis PTDIPIUU... .1 , lji.ll... Itaian. ....... . iw I ( I...HVUI. MIMinil, Sim .. .1 1. .. w .. fin .i i. ."-Oil ' :l.,! i ' iil ' 1H "31.2 .1.10 'I ,1CH) I .Mm "fli-s ' ki.iki i),(ki mm :i i.s l.i en " l.vo ' ii ! rum iii.s ' ssw ilea v waAuKk's. l tint. Joseph Piory (Sec'y La. Purchase Exposition Oommi3sion) President. Chas. W. Wallers (Formerly Supt. Pacific Express Co.) Vice President. Geo. O. Rodgers (St. Louis Miss. Vallev' Transp. Co.) Asst. Secy. Continental Bank Building St. Louis, Mo. If j-oii want to miiko monej- In a big unfe, Oil and Coinpaiij', do not wait. ( all or Writo C. L. CLARK Agent, Montgomer City, Alo. Mino limit rrnmpf Litv. llv E: ..j , Xiiv n ROUTE mil .Venire l.fnr. Tourist Car via Southern Route lcnc Kamai City every Wednesday. An rruniiintral. iIcmiiI anil ronilnrtftlilo ) iii rrartilntr llir I'oi-llle toai in Hie l.iUmt Iniplulril I'lillmiu Tourl.t Cr. writ' Ur Intomiallon tint lllrmluro to I A. siiwist, (1 s ll I'A lian.M' ., M, Juiis.Semsii.s, II, I'. A CMti(r, III llomcscckcrs Hucur.slons On the 1st and !lrd Tuesdnj-s of each month the Union Paclllo 11. it. will make, special low rates of ono faro plus $2.00 for tho round trip, from St. I.ouls and Knnsas to principal western points. Vat nl..a 1-1 . I . t nnd bowels, purifies tho blood, """"" strengthens tho nerves, hence ,,BS , ,. . , . cures multitudes of maladies. It! lA.,101 T 'l0'"' ,A" '. i'ii uinu oi., on mollis, ,uo. Send ten cunts In stamps for ihst iII.i sm. Your, slcklv. rundown man or wniium I copj" of tho .Southern I'nelno rlco (,' II. Owimih. jl'rco'J0 cents. Sold at Cason's , ''"" ,M,ok' I'ontnluliijg two hun ' in, ,,,.,. drcd receipts--address ns above. i liinai "