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Friday, . December, 6 1901. Subscription Kates. One Copy One Year In Advance $1.00. One Copy 6 Months In Advance noc. One Copy 3 Month In Advance 33c. Como In and tell uh whnt you know nml wo will tell you what wo know, thon what you know nnd what wo know others will know also. Will Hons soont Hundnv In Hi. Louis. Martin's Orocory for your Xitian candle, nnd nuts. C. F. Kraft, of Crows Honds, de livered hogs In this city Monday, Mrs. W. W. Worloy entertained thi) Croklnolo Club Thursday night. A suggestion 1 Calling cards Jnnko a nlco Xmas present. Wo print them. I'hll Miller returned to Itnnnlbnl I-'rldny noon. Miss Lorn Mudd returned to her school duties In Now l-'lorcnce Monday morning. O. l'ltmnn Smith returned Tuesday afternoon from n busi ness trip to St. Louis. Wanted, ohlckens nnd crk3 at Mahtin'h Grocery. Quality toll. Prices sell at Mahtin'h Grocery. Tim TitlliUNK from now until Jan. 1st, 1003 for 31.00 Elliott Hughes camo up from St. Louis Wednesday. Harry Jacks spent last Saturday in St. J.ouls, Miss I.lzzlo Turner returned homo from.I'litton last week. Havo you seen our line of calan dars In tho window? Miss Mny Smith returned homo Tucsdny from Auxvassu. Mr. Holmes of Ferguson visited his son, Gene, horo Friday. If yon havo anything to sell, advertise It In Tho TltlliUNR. U. P. Shay spent a few days at Kancns City tho drst of tho week. AmerlcuH, Montgomery and St. Fetor's Flour at Mahtin'h Orocery Mrs. David Hurley and Miss S110 Carr spent Saturday In Wellsvllle. Wm. Welch nnd family of Hell llower, wero shopping In this city Monday. 0. O. Flltlnjicr of Gamma was I on our streets Tuesday. Den Iiladcs of Mlneoln made this onlce a pleasant call Tuesday. Judgo and W. C. Hughes to St. Charles Monday to hold court. i Claude Kills spent a few days with friends In Howling Orcon last week. Miss Lula WIUon7 of Wellsvlllo was the guest of relatives nt this plncu Sunday. Frof. Ous Wilson of Wellsvllle, wns calling on friends at this place last Sunday. Presiding Klder John Anderson held uarterly meeting services nt tho Methodist Church In this city ' Inst Sunday. Bellflower. Quite a number havo tho measles In this neighborhood llcv. Glddcns will preach a torn pcranco sermon at Onion Chapel next Sunday morning, December H. Every body Is invited to attend. I Charlio Koadlo and wlfo visited Jin Olney Thanksgiving day. Mrs. West of Mlddletown visited I friends at thin placo tho latter part I of last week went There will bo a silver medal con test at this placo next Saturday t night, December 7. Mrs. Llzzlo Rodger and daugh Whist Club. I R. S. McCall and wife entertained tho Whist Club nt their elegant homo on Friday evening. Mr. Mc Call Is a most hospitable host and assisted by his charming wlfo made tho evening a most onjoya blo one to all whoso good fortune It was to to present. Tho games were very closo and it becamo qulto exciting as thoy neared tho flnlsh. Tho honors were won by Mrs. Jno. A. Vogt and W. W. Worloy. Mrs. McCall Barred n most do- llghtful menu consisting of three courses which added greatly to tho pleasantness of tho evening. Thoso tcr, ails Mauu ot .Montgomery, present wero: W. W. Worloy and City visited at John Hall's lnt wlfo, Jno. A. Vogt nnd wife, A. II. California. Thoso who contemplate spending tho winter months In California to oscapn tho rigorous cllmato of the eastern stated should plan their trip as early as possible. The Union Pacific Is tho quickest and most direct route. Wo havo a full lino of Interesting descrlptlvo liter ature nnd will bo glad to malt sup ply on request. J. II. LoTimop, Gen. Agt., 003 Olive st., St. Louis, Mo. 10-23-It NOTICE! week. Mrs. Lou Carstaphen of St. Louis Isthu guest of her sister Mrs. Cnpt. Hall this week. S. II. Colleyer nnd wlfo of Now Florenco visited .lames Kstes and family hero Friday. Mm. Griffith and daughter of Mlncapolln are vMtlngtlio formers mother, Mrs. Dr. Sharp. The I lly duds last week sold thu lire engine formerly used by this city to lthlnclnnd. Little Miss Delia Fay Davis Is qulto sick at tho homo of nor grand pnreuts In this city. Wo wero compelled to lenvo out home good local matter for tho want of space. Mrs. Luwrey of Montlcello 111., It spondlng thu week with her sis ter Mrs. Hub Donaldson. Seo call for meeting to organ Izo military company for Mont gomery City on front page. Clint llntuman returned to his homo In Columbia Sunday after several days visit to friends horo. Misses Cnrrrlo Crockett nnd Nelllo Graves returned Monday from n visit to relatives In Rhine lnnd. Mr. nnd Mrs. 15. K. Stsk of Wellsvlllo visited their parents hero Sunday. v .Miss ICthel Farmer of Middle town spent several days with the Misses Itodgers this week. Prof. T. J. Woodson who had Kn" " ' 'onigomcry uiiy. been visiting his cousin Siim'l ' Miss Hnltlo Collins Is very sick Shnrp returned to Columbia Sat urday morning. I will bo at llhlncland Wcdncs- I Kemper nnd wife, Miss Clara j day nnd Thursday of each week Marlon Hallcy of Montgomery Hlbbcrt; Geo. Seo nnd K. II. AI-' for tho practlco of dentistry. Thoso City visited friends nt this placo' gcrralmon. 'needing dental work done, call and Saturday and Sunday. j George Strnck nnd Geo. Schuw-1 cngerdt visited friends In Wright City Thanksgiving. ! Harry Hall, who attends school ' In Montgomery City, visited homo folks Saturday nnd Sunday. Llttlo Fay Davis is very slek at Mr. Goodrich of Pendleton I ml. arrived hero Tuesday to visit his cousin George Goodrich. Look nnd get prices beforo you buy your Xnms candles, nuts nnd fruits. MAtiTlN'a Grocery. Mrs. G. U. Dnmeron nnd sons Masters Douglas and Clifford Went to St. Louis Frlilny afternoon. Sam Hughes rcturnud to St. Louis nunuuy niirrnoou ntu-r a plensant visit to Ills parent hero. Miss Dora 12. Hams returned Sunday afternoon from the Teach ers' Meeting at Washington. Mo. Miss llessln Pnlmsr returned to Columbia Saturday after a short visit to her cousin Miss Gertrude Sharp. Miss Luey Nowlln returned to lllg Springs Sunday afternoon nftcr spending several days with noino folks. Mrs. Hobt. lllbl) and son left Wednesday for California where her husband has n position as telegraph operntor. Call meeting A. F. nnd A. M. No. 'J II) Monday night Dec. I). Work In tho Second Degree. All Masons are Invited. Frank Sabourln, Jr. onmoln from Jefferson City Monday night and will spend n fow days with homo folks. Supt. Hlgglns, D. W. nnd Manley Hudson from Washington, Mo. afternoon. Majors returned Sunday Sheriff Wilson and wife attended a turkey supper at tho home ot Ed Allen south of New Ploreuco Mon day evening. Lost, In west end ot town, one large grey fur scarf with black tails. Leave at Gove's Store and receive reward. All matter sent tovthls paper for publication should bo signed by the writer, not for publication but to show good faith, Robert Northcutt and Perry Tip pettol Price's Uranch wero call Ins on friends at this place last Saturday evening. Miss Stella Hodgers returned to Warrenton Monday morning ' where she will resume her studies at Central Welletlyn College. Mrs. Jno. W. Davis and little daughter Miss Delta Fay are pending the week with the for mer's, parents A. C. Logan, and wife. O. H. Cnbeen, tho genial Wn bash Postal Clerk, was shaking hands with old friends ut this plnco Inst Saturday. Mrs. C. G. Copeland left Wed ncsdny night for California where her husband has a position with tho railroad company. Miss Cannle Damcron returned to her school duties nt Klrksvllla Monday alter spending Thanks giving with home folks. Rev. Watson of Fredrlcktown will preach at the Baptist church ; Sunday morning and evening In the absence of Rev. Mitchell, who preaches at Curryvllle that day. If you have sore throat, soreness across the back or side, or your lungs feel sore or tender, or you are threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia, apply Ballard's Snow Liniment externally, and uso Bal lard's Horehoand Syrup. At City Drug Store, Miss Mayrue Dyson, ot Wll llamsburg, was the guest ot hor sister, Mrs. C. M. Wilson, In thl city the first ot the week. Mrs. A. P. Merltt and little sons, Thomas and Frank, after a visit to Mrs. Frank Sabourln and Mrs. H S. Hlttenhouse, returned to their homo noar Wellsvllla last Satur day. Thousands ot men and women suffer from piles, especially worn en with fomale woekness have this suffering to contend with in addl Hon to their other pains. Tnbler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will quick' ly effect a cure. Price, fiOcts. In bot ties, tubes 75 cts. At City Drug Store. J. J. Barton, ot Bellflower, who has tho agency for tho life ot William McKinley, last week In the southern part of the county sold 27 books and 40 pictures In three days. SpfMds Like WIMllre. When things are "the best" they become "the best selling." Abra ham Hare, a leading druggist ot Bellvllle, O., writes: "Klectrlo Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled In 20 years." You know why? Most diseases be gin in disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and nerves, Electric Bitters tones up the stom aeh, regulates the liver, kidneys and bowels, purifies the blood strengthens the nerves, hence cures multitudes ot maladies. It builds up the entire system. Puts new lite and vigor Into any weak, sickly, rundown man or woman Prioe 20 cents. Sold at Casen's Pharmacy. A National Guard Company nt Montgomery City would bo a good advertisement for tho town. Seo call to organ Izo company 011 front page. Mrs. Polly Williams and grand daughter Miss Elizabeth Williams returned Monday afternoon from n several days visit to mend in Fulton. J. O. Henderson and wife re turned to their home In Wcntzvlllu Sunday afternoon after spending thu Thnnksglvlug holidays with the lattcrs parents Doug Hakcr and wlfo. Tho party ot hunters that left hero nbouttwo weeks ago and wuut to Carter county returned Inst Sat urday. Dr. Crockett reports for them a flno time. They killed sov on deer. Prof. J. W. Barley camo down from Mexico Friday afternoon nnd remained until Sunday nftornoon Ho was accompanied homo by his wlfo who had preceded him hero a fow dnys. sen nut. sitl.faetlrm ifitaranleed. liomcscckcrs Hxcurslons InrnhK On tho 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of ; gc,.00V,r S.S. each month thu union Paclllc It. i It. will rnnko special low rates of, ono faro plus 82.00 for tho round trip from St. Louis nnd Kansas' to principal western points. For ratos and further Information nil dress J. II. LoTlltioi', Gen. Agt. Constlputlan means tho accumu lation of waste mailer that should bo discharged dally, and unices this Is done tho foul matter Is ab- I sorbed nnd poisons tho system. I Uso Herblno to bring about rcgu- with tho memles at Alex lllntou's. m 0HVU St., St. Louis, Mo. , Z Z e , . 1 in .1 ' At City Drug Store. Tucker MeCluro was visiting tho Semi tcn cents In stamps for fair sex hero Thanksgiving. ' copy of tho Southern Paclllc ricol ' Miss Eulu Honnel attended a so- cook book, containing two hun- ' clnl at Mr, Mcl'luru's at Price's drcd receipts address as above. I Branch last 1-rtday night. 1 , , . , ,,, , Old papers for sale nt this ofllce, Jas. W. Jeans nnd wife of Prl- j5(J ' j)Umjrc(j en's Branch attended church hero, ' Sunday. i Infant mortality Is something Died, at his horn-cast of Belle- j ''''"' Nearly oue-qunrter dlo llower, November 20th, Myron A. I c or th,B' runch ono year, ono n i ih fT. vnr.,, third beoro they ore five, nnd one- ' " " ' I 1 ... 1 !..... II . . IW. I TV. - lllllt MUIWIU KllVJT IIIU IIUVVIII A I1U timely usa of White's Cream Ver mifuge would nave n majority of of theso precious lives. Prlco 2."cts. At City Drug Store "VIRTUU lts"6VN!llVARD." It you nro suffering from drowsi ness In tho day time, Irritability of temper, sleeplsss nights, grner al debility, headache, snd general want of tone of the system, use Herblne. You will get relief and finally a cure. Prlco AO cts. At City Drug Store. Miss Etta May Goodrich camo down from Mexico Saturday after noon and remained until Monday afternoon with her mother. Miss Etta May is vory muoli pleased with Mexico and says she has a very pleasant school. Regular communication of the Eastern Star, Chapter, No. 33 Mon day night, December 2. Tho reg ular election resulted In tho follow ing o Dicers being chosen for the ensuing year: Mrs. C. J. Locke, W. M.j I.C. Uptegrove; Mrs. E, M. Hughes, A. M.j Mrs. W C, Crandall, Sep;; Chas. Garner, Troas.; Mrs. R. S. Paul, Cond.j Mrs. II. W. Covington, Asso.Cond. Interesting Reading. We have on hand a supply ot literature descriptive ot various sections ot the West and South It will make Interesting reading for the long winter evenings and will be gladly sent on request to J. II, Lotiirop, Gen. Agt. Union Paclflo R. R., 003 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. 2t tuon Coffeef I Hi 16 ounces of purs I I (coffee to the pound. I I I Coated Coffees are I 1 only about 14 ounces f 1 of coffee sad two f 1 ounces of eggs,! J l'e, : no iTrm ilKllivslue to you. butJ'.YH l coffee to the Coated Coffee Ijr about 14 ou coffee sad ounces of cs glue, etc., ol no I 1 value to you. butJ money In the pocks of the roaatsr. To the lUUtnrof tht lliiUiiltlpMo Timet Tho accompanying llttlo story was sent to mo uy a nlcco in tno 1 months, 10 days. Ho leaves n lov lug wlfo and eight children and many friends to mourn his loss. Mr. Green was an excellent neigh bor, kind nnd obliging and upright In his duallngs with men Funeral services were conducted at Brush Creek Church by Ruv. Holey and ho was burled In thu cemetery near by. Tho relatives and friends Wc(lt lul wni) wrUcn by a llttlo havo tho sympathy of tin, com-lboy i )uvcr( oll0 of a class of munlty- hlldron six or eight yenrs old, Tho protracted meeting at Brush who had been requested by their Creek closed last Thursday. Theru teacher to write n story, thoy to wero nine accessions and three select n subject nnd their compost- 1 reclamations, nnd the church geu- jtlons not to bo subject to revision orally revived. Hov. Alonzo Pear- by tho tcaehor, but to be read son of Bowling Greed assisted tho beforo the children's parents exact- . pastor nnd greatly endeared htm- y as written. Yours truly, sell to tno people oy 111s laiiiuui u. J, l'MCK nnd excellent preaching and gculnl 1001 Walnut Street. disposition. The froo will offering. A poor young man fell In tovo Astounding Discovery. From Coopcrsvlllc, Mich., comes word ot a wondorful discovery of a plensant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any ono troubled with n bad cough always ensures a good night's rest. "It will soon euro tho cough too," writes Mrs. S. Almclbuger, "for three generations ot our family havo used Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption nnd never found Its equal for Coughs aud Colds." It's nn unrivaled life saver when used for dusperato lung dlsenscs. Guaranteed bottles 50c nnd $1.00 nt Cason's Pharma cy. Trial bottles free. to him was foity-tlvo dollars. Olnoy. Rev. Rooker, tho Methodist pas tor Is carrying an n protracted meeting at this placo. Hov. White tho presiding elder, was with him Saturday, Sunday nnd Monday. Henry Ingram and family, Dr. Mnsely nnd family spent Thanks giving with Joo Levell and wife, near Corso. The play that was given by the pupils of thu Iustltuto Wednes day Nov. 27, was quite a success. Don't forget the Entertainment Dee. 20th. Ever ono Invited. Ira Spears ot Sllcx was In town Sunday. Miss Birdie Llnthicun, who has been visiting at this place, return ed to her home near Truxlon Mon day. Old Eulm. with tho daughter of n rich lady who kept a candy shop. The poor young man could not marry tho rich candy lady's daughter becauso ho had not money enough to buy furniture. A wicked man offered to glvo thu young man twenty-live dollars If ho would become a drunkard. Thoyoungman wnntcd tho money very much so ho could marry the rich candy lady's daugh ter, but when he got to the saloon ho turned to tho wicked man and saldt "I will not become adrunk ard even for great riches. Oct theo behind mo Satan." On his way homo ho found a pocketbook con taining a million dollars In gold. Then tho young lady consented to marry him. They had a beautiful wedding nnd the noxt day they had twins. Thus you see that "vlrture has Its own reward." CALIFORNIA BEST PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURSIIS EXCURSIONS to- SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES f-ttll-fM KAXHA.H CITV EVERY FRIDAY Vlt TIIS GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE iHd Sctntc .fur. Tourist Car vis Seuthern Route leaves Kansas City every Wednesday, Ab tconomletl, pltsiasl sail tomlsrUble w7 el risetilsK Hit PsclSe I'out In Us I.itril Improvt j I'alliasa Tsurlit Cm. wril for InroraaUos ssS lllwslsr to j. a. snwiiT, a swta KtMuciir, - joss ssiinus, a. r. a, cit, m. Note the big sign on the brick building across the track from -v2 Wabash Freight Depot ff-- EMIL H. ALGERM ISSEN Buys Sells Grain, Produce, Flour, Feed, etc. etc. fcS 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 will want to come to us always. Alwwayahave plenty of corn on hand. r The very best as cheap as you' buy inferior other places. Will make special low prices on car- load lots. It will always pay you to trad at PHONB 85. Emil H. Algermissen's. i.