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Daily Democrat-Tribune (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Jefferson City, Missouri EVERYBODY RETIRE THIS DEFIANCE TIRES CAPITA L GARAGE OPP BOST OFFICE WAR LASTED SIX MONTHS Continued from page 1 Brtday Arid and Boys Knickerbocker 20 per cent less tBaa and 5 pier cent less regular Mens Shirtsregtilat Frice 05 v r 1 EAST HIGH STREET Weather Cloudy and colder tonight Satur day fair and colder in east Fresh northweslrwind says We have all the new building Why are H C so busy Because prices are right ady J W Hill traveling salesman is in California on 3 Hunsicker of Marion was in the city today on business August Schulte of Union is visiting friends in Nick Wilf erth of E wings had busi ness in the city today Wilkerspn of Cedar City was here today for a brief W F Turpih and Hy Lehman of Scruggs were business visitors today Rev Jos Selinger has returned from a few days visit to St Louis John of Osage City was here today on business John Brandt Missouri Pacific road master has gone to Sedalia for a few r Hopper Brand Table Pears Michigan fruit with the real Pear flavor 25c quality this Small Cans Strawberries and Raspberries lOc seller for Stork Brand Peaches 25c quality this Every Day Brand Sifted Peas a real bargain 2 cans Stork Brand Kraut an extra high grade pack per Stork Brand Hominy will always satisfy you per can WE HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK OF CANNED GOODS THAT WILL PLEASE ANYBODY HIGH GRADE AND ME DIUM QUALITY AT REASONABLE PRICES 05c 20c 25c Oc lOc The Home of Good Things to Eat Telephones 42 and 154 L DONT BE A SLAVE to the landlord Invest your savings in a home or building lot such as we are offering in choice localities at a reasonable figure and on such reason able terms that the man of small in come can boy and you will be free from paying rent forever Gordon Church IPS m Mfonott City Mo WfTetaphone Dr H T Leach of Elston had busi ness with the county court today The Fastest Growing Jewelry in the West H the place where you get your moneys worth adv R G Cox of ar rived today for a visit with relatives and friends Dr L Enloe has returned to Kan sas City visiting relatives and friends here for a few days Dr William Graves Osteopath Calls answered day and night 207 E High Phone 871 Miss Emily Gordon is ill at her home on Monroe street Picture framing done by expert the Schell Music Company Telephone 110 114 E High St 1231dtfadv Hon John E Swanger editor of the Sedalia Capital returned to Sedalia today after a few days visit in the city Seantor Wallace Crossley left today to spend a few days with relatives at Miss Louise Brenner the LaMode milliner returned today from a visit with relatives and friends in Chamoise A masquerade ball will be given in Schuberts Hall at Taos Saturday j February 6 Everybody cordially in vited to attend 22itd adv John Versleus and Ben Pleus of Taos were among the capital city vis itors today Gap H Krummeri of Osage City was here today for a brief visit with friends J A Hahnenkamp and F Schneiders of Wardsville were business visitors today Henry Dryer was taken home this morning from St Marys Hospital For front room 315 West High street Telephone 450 Black 23dtf Miss Helen Drechsler left today for Sedalia to visit with relatives and friends Closing out sale entire stock Hand Painted China at cost Every piece must be sold See our window for unusual bargains Schell Music 114 E High street A marriage license was issued today to Fred Mueller of Lohman and Miss Clara Limbach of Eugene They will be married at Marys Home tomorrow Call at the Hairdresiing and Mani curing for your work We carrj a large lineof Hair Goods Face Cream Powder Bleaching Lotion etc Only place that carries Marinello 2M Adv MeDOLE DWIGHT has caused great distress to German commerce while maintaining the free dom of the trade routes for the Allies The effect of Englands command of the seas has been felt not only upon Germanys industries but also upon the German supplies of food The German government has to administer bread supplies itself and while this does suggest a critical economic situation it is a serious inconvenience to the nation Second only in importance to the positive accomplishments of the Ger man armyand the British navy has been the failure of the Russian of Slavs have gravely dis appointed their Western allies and the annexation of German Poland by proc lamation of the czar during the early days of the war is now seen ot have been characteristicof premature Slav methods The Russian successes against Aus tria have removed some of the de spondency at Petrograd over German victories but England and France have found no military satisfaction iri them As the half year begins Aus tria in fact is developing a new of fensive which may recover most if not all of the conquered parts of Buko wjna and Galicia Frances Position Not Satisfactory position after six months fighting is in no sense satisfactory The Germans have not been thrust backward to any serious extent since they esfaElished themselves on the Aisne but on thi contrary several im portant gams along the south and west fronts have been made by the kaisers JEorces A succession of French gains nas failed to get to the Rhine through Alsacej and if the Germans are ulti mately driven from French soil the brunt of the work will fall on Kitch eners new army of one million six months fighting has been entirely satisfactory only to Servia whose rivalry with AustriaHungary was the immediate cause of the war The Servian army has freed the na tional territory from an Austrian in jand although this was due largely to the depletion of the Aus trian forces to defend Hungary Ser vias victory has been the onlycom plete land success won for the cause of the Allies Servias Attitude Aids Turkey The Servian triumph has made the Belgrade government reluctant to ex change any of its territory for Bul garian aid in the war In consequence the Bulgars probably will remain neu tral thus protecting European Tur key from invasion Turkeys part in the conflict will doubtless be as sub ordinate in the immediate future as it has been in HOW TO SUCCEED During the last few years conditions In all lines of business even profes sional life have changejiso completely that every man Is waking up to the fact that In order to win success he must specialize and learn to do some one thing and do It well So It Is with any article that Is sold to the people It must have genuine merit or no amount of advertising will maintain the demand for the article For many years druggists have watched with much interest the re markable record maintained by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great Kid ney Liver and Bladder Remedy From the very beginning the proprietors had somuch confidence in it that they in vited every one to test it It is a physicians prescription They have on file thousands of un solicited letters received fromformer sufferers who claim they are now en Joying good health as a result of its use However If you wish first to try a sample bottle address Dr Kilmer Binghamton N enclose ten cents and mention thlsppaper They will promptly forward you a sample bottle by Parcel Post Regular sizes for sale at all druggists and onedollar C ASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years bears the Signature of Stockholders Meeting December 21 1914 Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the stockholders of the J S Sullivan Saddle Tree Company a cor poration organized under the laws of the State of Missouri will be held at the office of the company in Jefferson City Cole county Missouri at 2 oclock p m on the 1st day of March 1915 for the purpose of voting upon a proposition to revise the bylaws oi the corporation and also for the pur pose of voting on a proposition to in crease the capital stock of said cor poration from tc J M W HARRY MARE P SHALLENBURGER 1222 to M Tony Prengei Chick Snorgrati THE LYRIC TONYS CHICKS The choicest of spirits and the service 203 E HIGH ST PHONE 286 We Fix Em While U Wait For Fine Shoe Repairing go to Powers Quick Shoe Repair Shop 305 Madison St PHONE 619 The Atlas Taxicab Co PHONE 2 P M Garage Day Or Night THE BEST OF SERVICE MARY E LINDNER Notary Public Office at PemocratTribune 217 E Main St Pfipne213 Jefferson Machine and We will repair yoar machinery or sell you a new one See us for machinery J VETTER MAIN ST SMALL ORDERS SOLICITED Coal Delivered in Baskets B Wells Son Wood and Coal Any Amount Delivered Free Phone 741 Jefferson City Mo 317 West Main St W A Dallmeyer Insurance Agency L J FRANZ Manager Representing only first class Companies covering Fire Lightning Tornado Plate Glass Health Employerfe Liability Boiler Flywheel and Bonding In surance East HIgb Street Location Changed The Jefferson City Water Works has removed its office from the Trust Company build ing to corner Main and Monroe streets where they have fitted up new office rooms THE CAPITAL CITY WATER GO THE MONARCH The Place Where Friends Meet The home of tie famous Buffalo Springs from the Government Warehouse EVELER PARKER Phone 166 Next door to city hall THE HUB BAR The Home of the Best Entertainment Your patronage solicited 224 MADISON STREET John Temmen Prop PHONE 761 Farmers Home Hotel and Saloon The place for farmers to stop Fine wagon and feed lot in con nection Hotel Rates Reasonable Nick Kielman Prop 703 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE HUB TAXI CO HPANY PHONE 15 MONROE HOUSE CountryTrips and Joy Rides JOHN 0BYBEE Court and Public Steno grapher and Notary Public Phone 1041 OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH HE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI 3 Per Cent Interest Paid on TimeJOeposits F Roer Jno E Garman Jesse W Henry Cashier Heating Stoves The heating stove question is one which must be disposed of within a very short time The cold wave may put in an appearance at any time so it behooves you to prepare now We have Heaters of All Kind and are selling them at prices that can not be equaled Our stock is very complete and is of the highest quality Come and Inspect Oar Stock Ed Unwin 112 East High Street RUBBER STAMPS Stencils Steel Dies Metals Checks add Tags Leonard J Noonan EXCHANGE BANK BLDG J L HANDLEY Contractor and Builder Estimates Furnished on Request Pkooe 961 215 JeffersM St
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