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THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.
4 VOL 10. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901. NO. 6 To Central Missouri Teachers. To ibutr Ihlrrtitrd In Kdunlloo. Deak Friends ! We ore endeav oring to mnko the Central Missouri Teacher'' Association one of the beet In the history uf the organl-a-tlon, nnd to thnt end we ask you to help us by scndlngcxhlbtts o( your school work to Superintendent Tankcrslcy, of Washington, not later thnn November 25; nnd then bo present to discuss "The CourHO of Study," "High School Labora tories," "The New School Law," "Tho Heading Circle Hooks," "Manual Training," and othersub Ih Ih lit the hour. Our session will begin on Friday at 10 a. m., nt Turner hall, Wash ington, Mo., nnd continue till Sat urday evening, closing with n dec lnnuitnrv context between tho rcp- r.ortitiittvFH of tho various high m-lioiiU of Central Missouri. Your bMwi.i! I. Invited to send a retire scntullvo. Tho only requirements aro thnt a pupil snail oo a wnnjiur student In Rood standing and shall render his selection without mus ical or other outsldo assistance. School boards aro enrnestly re quested to dismiss school for thnt day nnd sec thnt their teachers at tond this meeting. They will bo richly repaid In tho Incrcnscd am bition mid efficiency In their tcach-nrs. Those who receive this circular aro enrnestly rcqucitcd to tnko steps to let every teacher know of this mcetliiR und urRO them to attend. Hcduccd rntcs on all railroads will be Riven. Hotel rnles will not exceed SI per day. M. F. Hld-INN, President. Miss Octavia klu.nkamp, Corresponding Secretnry Program For World's Tempernnco Sun day School rally to bo held In the Baptist church next Sunday, No vember 24, 1001, 2:30 p. m.: Chalrmnn-Hov. C. A. Mitchell. Song. Scripture rcadlnR and prayer Rev. D. W. Oruves. Solo "Suflcr the Children to Come," Mrs. C. A. Mitchell. Heeitatlon Krncst Hudson. Soiifc Uj llttlo boys. Ilecttatlon "Tho . Cigarette," John Spencer. Soli Miss IJrasKlo hookwoou. Twelve minute sermon (Temper ance Hcv. John Kerr. Solo Chorus and march, "Wo Are Coming to tho Hcscue," Mis T.roln Fnulconcr and ten llttlo glrU. llrcltntlon "Tho Ul Thnt Touch Liquor Shall Never Touch Mine," Hena SturRcon. Twelve mlnutc.scrmiin (Tcmper-nnni-K Itcv. Thomnson I'cnn. Quartette Misses Kldwell ami Fatilconer, Prof. Hlggln and ir Muni,. Heeitatlon Miss Frances Knoef ler. Solo Miss I.uclle Washington Collection, llcncdlctlon. i Everybody Invited. CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. The Late A. M. Nnrdcman. Wiii:iu:ah. Our Heavenly father, In Ills Infinite wisdom, hns seen fit to remove from hlslnbors.by doitth, nn.l In the nrlmo of his manhood nnd usefulness, our beloved pastor, Hcv. A. M. Vnrdemnn, who nnu labored among u so faithfully nnd well during tho pnst year and n half, whom wo had learned to lovo with thnt nrdest lovo known only to Christian people ; I hcrcfore, bo It Hcsolved, Thnt In his death, which occurred nt his homo In Vnudalla, Mo., October 21, 1001, our church has sustained an almost lircpnrnbto loss, tho cause of Christ nn ubl'i nnd ardent defender, nnd thu community 111 which ho lived and labored a true champion of the right, always ready to do uattlo aualnst error. In all of Its phases, and u Christian character beloved bv nil who knew htm. Second Thnt wo bow In humblo submission to tho will of our Heav enly Father, who docth nil thliiRs well mid for thu best. Third That wo tender to his bereaved wlfo nnd fnmlly uur heart' felt sympathies p this huur of great n miction ond commend them to the tender cure nnd mercies of our over loving Snvlor, who alone can glvo adequate comfort In times of deepest grief. Fourth That a copy of thesu res olutions be furnished tho fnmlly, tho Vnndalla papers, tho Central U.intlst and tho Word und Way, and thnt a copy bo spread upon tho church records. S. E. Kunuau., Jamkh Moms, Hessik Uttkuiiac-, Geohoi: A. Lakk, C. O. Danii.l, Committee. Medal Contest Ml UetUlowcr. There will bo a W. C. T. U. medal contest In Schowengerdt's hall at ItclMowcr Saturday night, Decem ber 7, 1001, beginning promptly at 8: 15 o'clock. I'UOaitAM. Scripture rending Hy President. Prnvcr- lev. .1. II. While. Ilvmn "To tho Harvest Field." Heeitatlon "A Christmas Story," Miss Wnrdlo Stewnrt. Music llv the orchestra. Heeitatlon "Am I My Ilrother's Keener?" Miss Karl Ingram. Solo "Keep Me In Touch," Miss Tresslo Stewart. Heeitatlon "Mother n Promise, Miss MnrVKnlght. Musle llv orchestra. Heeitatlon "Saloons Must Oo," Miss Frances Knoctlcr. Solo Miss Jnslo Perkins. Decision of Judges. Presentation of medal by Hev Olddins. Admission, 10 cenlsj children free. Everybody Invited. Circuit court has been In session nt thl.plaeo since Monday, Novonv berll. Tho ense. which havo eonsumed most of tho tlmn so far wero tho ejectment suns orougni uy mu county for possession of certain Islands In tho Missouri river. Thero were threo Islands In question. Ono was decided lor pinintlii, ono lor defendant nnd tho third hns not vet hern decided. ' w Another electment suit was broucht bv Jnmcs II. Tnlbrot against John II. Meyer, Judgment for n alnt ft. The su It for damnges by John Lnltn, jr., by John Latin, sr., vs. I . P. & J. II. Miller; judgment to dpfendnnt. John M. llarrett vs. Claud H. Hall, suit to set aside assignment; nlnlnttlT took n non-suit. Addlo M. Hunter vs. Elbert I. Hunter; divorce granted. Nnttln Pennington vs. Anionic PeuuliiRton; divorce grnnled. lllannh Purl vs. Taylor Purl; di vorce granted. F.mmn 15. Oreen vs. William h Oreen, suit for divorce; continued. Man- II. Morse vs. Joseph W Hutherford; Judgment for plaintiff. John Nobel et nl. vs. Thomas A. Anderson; Judgment for plaintiff. Stella Aydelott vs. Warren Ay; dolott: divorce grnnted. Elcnoni Orlggsby vs. nugn Orlggsby, divorce grnnted. Lucy May vs. Gcorgo May; dl vorce grnnteo. Georu Welch vs. Ellin Welch; divorce grnnted. Henry I.uckslnger vs. Thomns Collum; casu continued. Hnndolnh Lnuirhllu vs. Austin Peck; judgment for plaintiff. Mrs Will Owlngs Is still very sick Mr Wnlker Is Improving very lowly Col Hownrd Kills, wife nnd baby were In this city Tuesday Snoclnl services nt Proxbylerlnn church Sunday All are Invited Mr and 'Mrs Moore, of Now Flor ence, were In our city shopping Monday urs Hob Donaldson and daughter Misi Majorle spent Sunday in New Florenco an lliiolipn llnl.llhl. (if New Florence, was In town shopping Saturduy !' lllnnche Oovo nnd Iva Henslcy spent Friday with friends In New I'lorencii SECTIONS OFCITY ORDINANCES ReUtlnc to Contagious DIsmm. Six O'clock Dinner. Mrs. Charles Onrner gave an elaborate 0 o'clock dinner Satur day, November 10, In honor of Mr. Garner' birthday. All who have over partaken of Mrs. Garner's hos pitality know what pleasure awaits a imps! of that home, nnd this oc- cnslon seemed to even excol 'nil nrevlous entertainment. All the guest nrrtvlng, tho door to thodnlnir room was spruni' onen nnd there awaited the table, which fairly groaned under Its weight of toothsome and dellcali illshe concocted by the hoMe It Is needless to sny how much this was enjoyed by'nll. At n Into hour the in.t depart ed, wishing Mr. Oarncr mnny such hnnu.v occnlons. Thosn nrescnt were: Mr. nnd Mrs. H. S. Chnplu, Mr. nnd Mrs Charles M. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs Oeorgo P. Vogt, nnd "Miss Daisy Hookwood. RED-CUD RATES TO CHICAOO ran tiik INTERNATIONAL LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION. Married. noii.-MoouiinAl) Married nt Compton Heights church, in St. Louis, at 3 p. m. last Sundny, No vember 17, Miss Corn Moorhend, of tils place, and Mr. Thomas Coll, of Shamrock. Hev. Crutchcr, of t wit city, oniclotlng minister. HunnArtD-LouaiiLAN Mnrrlcd, at tho residence of Isham Onrdncr, In Danville, Wednesday, Novem ber 20, 7:30 p. in., Mr. J. T. Hub bard nnd MIbs Nellie E. Lnughlnn. Lavender-Harm:-- Married, at Marthasvlllo, Inst Wednesday, Mr. Moses Lavender and Miss Vis sto Hnrrell, Hev. K. W. Heynolds oOlclntlng. From December 2 to (.Inclusive, tho Great Hock Islnnd Hoiltn will sell excursion rate to Chicago from points east of Missouri river and wesi of Muscntlno nnd Wilton nt rate of ono fnru plus $2 for round trip, with final return limit leaving Chicago Decembers, 1001. These reduced rntes glvo a splendid op portunity for n chenp trip to Chl cniro to nttond this great Exposi tion, which In Interest and In the number nnd excellence of exhibits will surpass any of Its kind ever h "Id. For full Informntlon.consult npiirest Hock Islnnd tleket agent, or nddress Joiin.Skiiaktian, 2t 0. 1 A., Chlcngo. Tacky Parly. One of the most nWismit and en joyable soclnl functions of the sen- soi wns the tacky party given liy Miss Martha Vogt at her homo ncaf town Inst Friday evening. The guests vied with eneli other liilhogrotcqiiciiesnnd ridiculous. ncss ot their en.tutnes, nnd It wns a tusk to decide which tine wns the taeklest. 1 After n most nlciisiint hnlf hour spent In discussing the funny side of tho question, the guests settled down to croelnole unit plnyed the usual sequence of games. .Mrs.w. W. Worley nnd Emmett Lewis were the most skillful ami captured the prl7cs. Mrs. John Vogt nnd Charles Crumn were decided to bo the most tacky nnd walked oil with tie plums. Delightful refreshments weru then served, consisting of tongue g indwlchc', Huston linked benns, pickles, fruit cuke nnd oolTco. The uuesls then collected In the parlor nnd were entertained with choice selections from tho prize winners nnd others oi incir number. At n "weo snui' hour" all de parted, voting Miss oartha tho most urnclous of hostesses, and each with u desire to come ngnln soon In tho secret recesses of their heart. Those present were! John Vogt nnd wife, George Vogt nnd wife, ChnrhM Wilson und wife, Chnrles Crump and wife, H. H. McCnll uud wife, It. S. Paul und wife, W. W. Worley nnd wife, J. P. Mctsdcr nnd wife, George See, II. S. Jacks, Emmett Lewis, Ncnl Clnrlc nnd wife, Mrs. A. II. Lnll of St. Louis, Misses Stella Paul of .Mobcrly, Ilerthn Staiidhnrdt, Ethel Owlnt,B, t'oru llnmes. A II l.nlleiiine un Saturday nluht from St Louis and spent Sundny with his family here ulss Mnv Turner left Saturday nfteriioou for Wright city, where she spent severnl duys visiting LliileMlsn Pauline Paul Is spend- Inir the week In Hoberly with her grandparents, ur nnd Mrs Sninuel Paul I Ueeolar fonimtlillcntlon of AF it AM No 210 Monday evening,) November 2T Special woik aii ure urged to l present , ! Mrs Dorcas llensley Is with her son, Pit llensley, who Is now down with the measles Ills wife and children are getting belter, but he Is hating n tussel with them Miss Grace Harrison relumed nomine Irom Fnruilnutnn. wheru sne has been for tho past several mouths in the millinery nusiuess She will remain at home until Feb ruary I On Friday eenlng, November 15, Mr anil Mrs W W Worley en tertained the incmlicrsiif the Whist Chili, the occasion being tho third, or leather, anniversary ot tlicir m irrlngo The tally enrds and prizes were of leather Mrs A II Worley came up from Si Louis Saturday night and re in, lined over Sunday with home f.dks She says her eye Is much lK-tlcr, but that this operation Is the most painful ouu that she has yet undergone She returned to tho sanitarium Sunday afternoon I nation Ford moved his house 1 hold goods to New Florence Tues jdny Thu fnmlly left Wedesday I for I hat place, with the exception of Miss Fannie, who will remain hern with her grandmother, Mr Hniiilllon. und intend our school Wo are sorry to lose this estimable fnmlly so. 21 8. It shall be tho duty of each nnd every practicing physi cian of tho City of Montgomery to report to the board of health, or some member thereof, every ease of smn'1-pnx or other conta-rlous or Infectious diseases ho may be called unon to attend within or without delay, after examination of any patient so nfllleled. Such nhvslclau shall lu like manner, report to said board of health, the number of deaths resulting from nnv contagious disease. Spc. 210. Whenever the board of health shall be Informed that any person or persons residing In any dwelling or buildings within this cltv nre nftllctcd with small pox or other contnglous disease, they shnll havo power, If, In their opinion, the same Is necessary, to ennsn n nrtntcd placard nnd a yellow flag, giving notice of the existence of such conlnplnus ill ease, lo be placed In a consplclous plnce outside of nny such dwelling ! or building or on nny door or any room thereof. See. 220. Parents or gunrillniiH I of children nltendlng nny publle or private, school within this city shnll School Entertainment. Following Is the tiroirriut of tlio school entertainment to bo given lit Frrirusnn'sooern house.on Wednes day, Nov. 27, 1001, nt 8:30 p. ra.: Orchestra. Recitation "Hobby Shaftoo," Mis Julia Ferituson. Chorus. Heeitatlon "Modern Knight Errant," Orlo t Clare. Chorus. Heeitatlon "A Swell In a Ho On'," Gcorgo llyron. Orchestra. Heeitatlon Mls Mare Dyson, l'lnno nolo llcnton McCanno. Iluglo song. Orchestra. Hecltntlon "The Volunteer Or- gnnlst," Myrtle Johns n. Voi'al solo Jessie SuKCtt. Dumobcll drill Twelve High school girls. Everybody Invited. Admission, 10 cents; reserved seats, 20 cents. Sents on snle nt (JisoV Tu i lay. W. I. Swain's Origin il N wvllhs Students will open their I'Uh an nual season at the noern homo Sntiirdny, mntluee nnd nlg'i A speelnl ndmlsslon price of 2"i cents is extended to nil school clill Iniu thnt wish lo attend the milium. prIvatecl.oolw..n.nmsn.ys,,n, , n not perm t Ihem In nt.end nchoo after It become known lo snnn pnrents or gunrdlnn thnt any! " u..i. member of Ihelr fnmlly I sick U " 1 ' ' ," with nnv In f-ellons or contagious ! Orlglnnl Nashville Stud m nn .. iG Lowcry's fiunoiH i.lored ou- l n. ,. i ni .i ......eert band lids year offer a graid See. 221. It shall be the duty j m)(I mM m y v of every superlntendant principal , lmn ,, nt or teacher of any p l.llo or private n ri.llinrHn,M, llN , M,K the school wl hln this city who shall , mlUl)t ).()ll)r,.l, ,,, mv,u,mclaM,r autlienlle notice or. W( ,, ,H) Information of theexMence of "''!,. ul , ,, ,, ll(ltoltale, nfcrllons or contagious diseases )i(iinil)i, Th ,.. In the fnmlly of nny pupils n tend- (,ml ,w Ingsuch school, to cause the re- ,,,,,,,,,, ,I11W, not Inlrlnglng movnl of such pupils from school. Mlrtll.uBr r (enture on tho Snld superlntendnnt, prlnclpn "'..,..,,..,,,,,.,, ,.u me, umbo, tenehcr shnll no penult the return )Ut ,,,,,, , of nny such pnplls to such school , , lur, v1. until undoubted pnnl h ': , ,u vir.ti.H-. ph. .t.itlon p is furnished him or her thn such llKUMm old fa.nlllnr mcl Infectlous or contagious dlseaso ih . , ,., ha bcenz-radleled from the family m, ( MlVl.ry (nVN ,,y of said pupil. imiure a harmonic of musle, song See. 222. Keepers of hotels nnd wt,.HH. This comprise boarding houses and the agents, (lril (mri .ri of thu cn ownerH or occupiers of nil tenement I ic,rini,Mm.nt houses or prlvntn residences or' dwelling houses, who nre nftllctcd I r.-i.-r with nny mnllgn.int, Infectious or. FINAL SCTTLEMCN r. , .V .I...II I.... Null U Imrlo KKI'H llit I wlllii contagious .1 sense, shall lm- ( ,.,..,, mediately notify the bonrd . v l l.l.l l l'(in i:ll.IIM. il.i-nwnl nenilll OI 111" l-xisiem:e nuii disease, stating the name or name of the nerson or persons mi nllllct- ' ed, their nge, residence or locution j It fiKburt. Preston Hcnson mid family vl sited Sunday at W II moN.iIi.iii'h II E Gregory and W II Garrett mudu a trip to Hhlucluud last Fri day evening Miss Fannie Dlsmukes was up' Saturday anJ Sunday visiting In thu neighborhood O II Dlsmukes sent somo of hi lino apples lo the Territory by W li Garrett tu Clnnmuo Gregory ' Miss E J McMahan returned homo ! f-aturdny after n two weeks visit to her niece Miss Polly l ole. Louis Franklin has symptoms of Toxn Fever Mr Olllo Garrett Is now at her father' to stay udtll her husband goes to the West to hunt it home Dr M It Huffman was called to see Alta Gregory Sunday evening Christ lluuxiubach died on the 21nt after a long llness, the remains were hurried nt llethany eometury OAIin ... .L lli.Ml k. Illrlllrtil l.t S.I.I MINIS Ml I lie nrsl .irrnnlirr Iron l 1'iiilmr min ol Mslulllrr Culllil), SUIr "I Mlunurl. il His Iiihii nl I). mill'. l'l linn .f mini ........ . l.iKliinillKnu li nul other Information they possess , IlilltM . S I'OI'tHltvint. respecting the case. Any person, u..r,i. i:friiiur. who, being the keeper, agent, I owner or occupier of nny hotel, Oil and Mineral Prospects. Col E J Donnelly, who has been looking after thu oil and mineral Interests In this county forsomu time, wns prospecting on Smith' 1 brunch, Just west of town, tho llrt of tho week nnd report the pros- pects very tlattcrlng Col Donnelly will address the citizens of our town nl tho court house tonight (Friday) and no doubt hlstnlkwlll bj very Interesting Go nnd hcur hi n Pllu-.llo UI un rMioal Money rcluutttU till evi-r IM. hnnidlh- house or other houso nforesnld, who shall fall to notify tho board of licnlth of the presence therein of nny person ollllctcd with nnv Infectious or eontnglous dis ease, ns In this section required, shall I hi deemed gullly of a mis demeanor nnd upon conviction thereof be lined not less thnn llfty nor more than one hundred dollars. See. 22-1. Tho board of health 1 hereby authorized and empower- o 1 to establish and enforce special or general quarantine regulation within thu limit of the city of Montgomery or within live miles thcr-of, whenever, lu the Judgment of slid bond the snultury Interests of t ie city may demand the sumo Sec. 228. Any violation of this orllna ico or of any rule or regula tion established by the board of health, either In this city or with in quarantine limit ns established CIRCUIT COURT. UilNTdOMKItV C'llll.NTt M'HiW'iiiirry (,'lu.- t'lmt M I.y in Ujr i .1 Hcoinl MtinUsy In Ninsiiilwr. Iisnvlll-. Koilllli 'I Is) hi .tnll n Klrnl Msuilny In N"V. iiiImt. I'lUIIIATK iMItlllT. MiiiUitmiisryCliy, 'llilnl MniHl.y In .ln April, ult ni'l ilrt. 4 ll.inllli-. Klrl il.iinlsv In Unri'li. .Inns, ' 1 si:'l, ami I In- ,. cniisrv i iiiUtT 1 MnnlKi'Mirrjr Cllv. I'lr.l MiumI.V Hi Mtli., A IIH0, Hi'l.. sii'l lli-niiiihi-r A DmiivIII-. Klrxl M Iy In Krh.. MJ Aii.unt ami Nov, -j 1 (In r... if" (Ircm I.uck ui mi t.uitor "For two years all ellorts to euro Eczema In the palms of my hand failed," writes Editor II. N. Lester of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly cured bp Hucklen Amlea Salve." It' thu world' best for Eruptions, Sores and nnd nil skin dlsuiisoH. Only 2oo at Cason' Pharmacy. Oa8on'B Pnarmacy un der the Opera House ac curacy, carefully selected druga, moderate charges lllidi IIIH . lO-.IKJ in 7:Mpm .... ' it i i..- 1 1 Nsw KlorrnrtlO:!- m H:KI n in of health (.hull bo deemed a mis- (; ;Vrll1, l0Mtln MU,m demeanor nnd tho person or pcr-i kaht litUNli his so olTcndlng shnll, upon con- j p,,,, Accnm. .tn.l..... ...lir.. .11 .illinr mulish, i iiluulll. M !ui it in 7M7nin li;ilUII, "IIV.l. ... .... I I1CII.MM. , mont Ih provided hy thUordiuiuiro . .Monuomt-ry.. auiM'm .7irom lOiiim I I ... i !.....-.. n.iiti, ... n oil a m H'Jlt a m WABASH TIMETABLE. PAHS UNO Km. only nnZI'su'eincr Train,. WKST IIOUNIt. Aitoi... Kri'lulit. HI. I.nilla . .Iltilul.l ft:'Opin .lonralmr.. .I":'. 7 a in lllil l in U ".l) a m ll.iasra ll;3l am I'i:ii0 m lil'-TOpm Krelfht, lO ISIa m i.r nnv othen ordinnnco of this city, bu lined not less thnn ton nor more thnn one hundred dollars. Dr. J F GllAVKH President of tin Montgomery City bonrd of licnlth, Dr G E MUNH, Secretnry. Nw l.lrnico.a:tS in S:ixia m lll a m lll.li lllll. . ,3:Mliiii SMI a in lipa Joiiribiiri: ..,.:ti ilV" lftllpm si. I.nnl, .. . .(!: ii ni 11:10 m K.t irnln. v"l r" MontKomrry at Mm n m i nil n. m i i:Xt n. in. flM v. in.i and 11:11 i. in.; leavlmc HI, Irfinla at ": . m. iiii.vii. in '2:inn. in.! T:.10 1. " 1 10:15 li. ni . Kant mall eatt paHf .iionigomrry at u: . Dr Hurtwell camo up Saturday m., 4,lJa.ni., HSlI p. ni.;3:l3p.m,;3: !,,, from St f ouls .S remained ! over Sunday, tho guoBt of friends c. H. Carnnlian, lad