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Jefferson City Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Jefferson, Missouri IEFFERSON CITY DAILY TRIBUNE BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO POPE BUILDING 209211 MADJ SON STREET JEFFERSON GJ1T MO SubscriptionRfles Month 50c Daily Yoiu in Advance Weekly One Year l in Advance X Entered as secondclass avail mat ter ar the postoffice at Jefferson City under the act of congress of 2nd 1379 If tlie delivery of the Tribune s hreemlar telephone 243 T FRANK MOURIS Editor and Manager i man of the state committee but I judging from the exchanges all over the state there is one man in the mind of many One paper said I We take occasion to remark that j Hon Sam B Cook has in times past accomplished much for his par ity in the office of state chairman tie could be persuaded to un dertake the task now could render valuable service in making Mis souris congressional delegation sol idly Democratic There isnt a bet tev organizer or a more capaoie par ty leader in the state than Mr Cook and there never was a time when the services cf such men were I more urgently needed a pre iiminary to a winning fight next j year it stands the Democrats of Mis souri in hand to start right by get Uing rid of the dead wood in the i and selecting as leaders men who have the ability to manage a FOB THE STOMACH State son is now the paramount j issue with the discoverer of the Heres an Offer You Should Not Current river Overlook x Of course young Hartley dont Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy want to wear Warners booties They stomach troubles by supplying the only last six short years A federal one element the absence of which is for life Some nice litm the gastric juices causes indiges tie state like Arizona or New and dyspepsia They aid the mayhap Judge Philips stomach to digest food and to might die or what j quickly convert it into rich red blood and material necessary for And now the different favoritesovercoming natural body waste of the federal administration in this j Garry a package of Rexll Dys city are beginning to wake up to the j pepsia Tablets in vest pocket fact that a postmaster is soon to be Or keep them in your room Take one after each heavy meal and indi gestion will not bother you We know What Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are and what they will do We guarantee them to relieve in digestion and dyspepsia If they fail we will refund your money Three sizes 25 cents 50 cents and Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Jefferson City only at our stare A Brandenberger the Rexall store appointed in this city Julius rath is mentioned for the office and several others are also said to have their eyes on the coveted prize Years ago our forebears coined a number of homely phrases from ev eryday life to express conditions and one of these grew out of the fact that pantaloons used to be made of material that wore a long time and the boys outgrew them before they were wore out So when a man got to feeling too smart and too dic tatorial and above his true position they said he was too big for his This is just what is the matter of Uncle Joe Cannot just now and it is time he was treated accordingly THE GOVERNOR FROM KANSAS What kind of a governor has Mis souri When Maj John Hadley died in DeSoto Kansas a protlamatioa was issued from the governors of fice to close all state offices the day of the funeral All tho offices were closed out ot respect to the governor and his rather This was right and proper and met with the approval of all the people When Auditor Gordons father died no proclamation of any kind was issued although Col Gordon was a long time honored citizen of this state and his son a state officer Col Gordon had been a citizen of Mis souri for 79 years was a colonel in the Confederate army and a Dem ocrat all thta time and did much for the development of the state A manifestation of respect by the goAernor to the auditor and his dead father would not have been out of County Democrat Order of Publication In the Circuit Court of Cole County Missouri November term 1909 A D THE STATE CHAIRMANSHIP Democrats are going slow in the matter of selecting their next chair James G Brown plaintiff against the unknown heirs or devisees of Francis Kerginger deceased the unknown heirs or devisees of Anna Farrell deceased the un known heirs of devisees of Wat son Chappell deceased and John Farrell trustee for Anna Farrell defendants Now comes the plaintiff in the above entitled cause before the clerk of the circuit court of Cole Missouri in vacation and files his petition and affidavit stat ing among other things that he 16 in the actual open notorious con tinuous peaceable and adverse pos session of all of inlotv No 744 in the City of Jefferson under color of title claiming to be the owner thereof for more tbaji 30 years last past and during all that time have listed and paid the taxes thereon that during all that time no one has ever set up any claim or interest therein adverse to that of plaintiff that he verily believes that there are persons interested ir the subject matter of his petition as heirs or devisees of the said Francis Kerginger deceased Anna Farrell deceased Watson Chap pell deceased or John Farrell trustee for Anna Farrell deceased w For Insurance Fire and Lightning Tornado Accident life Plate Glass Call on A J BAUER High Jefferson City Phone 186 or 147 I frank Hoerschen FINEWINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS Ill EAST HIGH STREET THE MADISON HOTEL N FARMERS HOME 11 Corner Dunklin and Jefiferson Jefferstm City Mo NICK Fine Wines Liquors i Cigars yard board and feed stable in cotmection Farmers are invited to istop m The belt aor does he know wheJlier or not Uiey died testate or intestate or their places of residence atthe time of their deaths nor does he know who their legal representatives are or where they live nor describe their interests thereon further than to say that such interests it any they have is derived bj and through said deceased persons It is therefore ordered by tae clerk in vacation that publication be made notifying above defendants and all persons claiming by through or under them or either of them that an action has been commenced against them in the circuit court of Cole county Missouri for the pur pose of obtaining a decree perfecting the title to above lands aforesaid by reason of the statute of limi tations and declaring plaintiff t be the owner thereof and for all such other relief in the premises as may seem just and proper and that unless they be and appear at the next term of said court to be hbld en atthe court house of county in the City of Jefferson on the third Monday in November 1909 and plead answer or demur to plaintiffs petition on the first daj of the term judgment will be ren dered against them vesting title to said lands in plaintiff and forever preclude or either of them from settingup any claim or title to said lands plaintiff or those claiming by through or under him tl is further ordeerd that a copy hereof be published in the Jefferson City Tribune a weekly newspaer published in said county for four weeks successively the last inertion to be at least fifteen days before the commencement of the next term of said court JOHN J SOMMSR Clerk Circuit Court Cole MO A true copy of the record Attest with seal this 25th day of Setpem bef 1909 JOHN J SOMMER Clerk Circuit Court Cole Mo 92Rtolll The silo has proven to be a practical way of supplying green feed for dairy cattle during the winter TRUSTEES SALEV Whereas George Todd and Carrie Todd his wife by their cer tain deed of trust dated April 3 1905 and recorded in book page 236 in the recorders office of Cole county Missouri did con vey to the undersigned trustee the following described real estate sit uate in Cole county Missouri to wit Subdivision number twenty eigh of outlets numbered fortytwo 42 and fortythree of the City of Jefferson in trust to secure the Home Build ing and Loan association of the City of Jefferson the payment of a certain promissory note in said deed of trust described and did also pledge as security to said associa tion ten shares of stock 9th series of said association and Whereas default has been made in the payment of said note and in terest and the monthly dues fines charges and premium on said note and stock for a period of more than six months therefore I the under signed trustee in accordance with the bylaws of said association and of said deed of trust as well and by virtue of the power in me vested under said deed of trust and at the request of the legal holder of said note will on TUESDAY the 23rd day of November 1909 between the hours of nine a m and five p m of said day sell at public ven due for cash to the highest bidder at the court house door fronting on High in Jefferson City Cole county the above de scribed real estate for the purpose of satiffyihg said note interest dues fines charges premium and costs of sale after allowing credit on said note of the amount of the cash value of said above mentioned shares of stock and all Just and proper credits A M HOUGH 1023toll23 Trustee FTRST SILO IN PHELPS COUNTY Rolla Times W F Beckman Is one of the pro gressive dairymen of this county He has been in the business a short time and finds thai it is is making preparations to engage in the industry more extensively Next spring he intends to build the first one in the county eo far as we know which he wllll fill with green rye to be fed during the dry1 weather that is so prevalent In this section in thd of July and Aujust iWtan that in will fill it again with grew corn Mr Btackham has purchased a llno engine to furnUh pbsrw for euttiag of tad pumplnt ot COST OP PRODUCING A BUSHEL OP CORN From Missouri Dairyman One of the most successful farm ers Missouri Mr David Rankin of Tarkio estimates the cost of rais ing corn at cents per bushes as follows Computed on COAcre Tract Fall plowing 45 acres Spring plowing 15 acres Breaking stalks on 15 acres Disking on fall plowing 45 acres Harrowing Seed corn Planting Harrowing after planting Cultivating three Thinning and Husking at c per bushel Shelling and hauling at per Total cost Taxes j Insurance and Grand Cost per bushel bushels per acre 146 As Mr Rankin raises each year about acres of corn he is cer tainly well qualified to speak with authority In this costestimate no land rent is charged A rental of 3 per acre would increase the cost cents making a total cost of 22 cents As Mr Rankin has a million dollars in farming it is evi dent thathe hasfarmed at a profit and that these figures are probably correct omas 369 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS Price 200 EAST TOR IA Pot Infants Children Is W Yas lavs Always Bsupf x Hvj THE PROSPERITY Of YOUR OF YOLR FRTENDS THE SECRET STATED 4 SjnftGS ACCOUNT HERE SYS EAT ING ASIDE A PORTION EACH WEEK OF THEIR EJ3LXINGS ITS AS EAtY YOU TO IT JODAT Sr OPEN ING A SAVINGS AC COUNT WITH A FIVE rbOLLAR VOTE IS EASY SEE Jefferson Buffet i FOR AN APPETIZER WM KOECHER Jefferson Theater Building A DALLMEYER insura ne Agency J L FRANZ Manager Fire Tirnada Plate ning and Accident isurance PACIFIC HOUSE BAR WM STEINf PROP A Full Line of BEERS WINES LIQUORS And Cigars ALWAYS ON HAND J E F F E R SON T HE AT RE T one big theatrical event of the season NOTE THIS DATE KEEP ITIN MIND Sam 5and teeSchubert iuc Present the New York Theatre success The Thealrieal Sensation a Serration Im calledthe Blue Mouse but I really cant see what en vionsri vals see awful in Presented with a great cast and elaborate scenic production identically the same in every detail as presented at Schuberts Lyric Theater for II months when robin was nightly sold at a premium If you cant afford to see but pne show a year this is theone you cant afford to miss A COMEDY FM THE FOR THE DULLEST Infects entire communit ies causes screams ot laughter thrives in any climate delights in giving thrills Absolutely and positively the same company which presented this great laugh producer at St Eouis Kansas City and other large cities will be seen here on FRIDAY NIGHT NOV 5tK t Prices 25 to Carriages SHE CAPTURED NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Maurice Campbell the Hoiior to announce the appearance NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT SHEJWILJ CAPTURE YOU IN HER GREATEST HIT SINCE MISTRESS NELL Chicago Examiner Said lose if you miss I ii SATURDAY EVENIiNG NOy 6 i ti u L Original Cast And J EVoductidn dftect from THBATBR Chicago and Waliocks Tork
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