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   Moberly Weekly Monitor (Newspaper) - April 3, 1902, Moberly, Missouri                                iff M0BERLY iPEM8TRICKSRI ROTHWELL PUBLISHERS VOLUME xxxn THURSDAY APRIL 3 1908 WE SHSNE YOUR SHOES FREE OF 7 Are ready for your selectioD Mens cheviott suits all 5 00 Mens black clay worsted suits 6 45 Mens fancy pure worsted suits 10 00 Boys long pants suits ages 12 to 19 3 50 Boys all wool suits black and fancy 490 Boys black clay worsted snits 6 45 Childrens 2piece suits ages 6 to 15 1 35 Childrens 2piece suits all wool 1 95 Childrens 3piece suits ages 7 to 16 3 25 Childrens black and blue worsted suits 3 75 We show a great variety of styles at Popular Prices CITY ELECTION Tfiackston Jacoby Sansberry Miller Elected Counoilmen Tax Voted From Wednesdays Daily city election waa exoeptmaliy quiet in the Second and fourth wards as Mr Jacoby and Miiier had no opposition In the First and Third wards how ever the contests were spirited and friends of the various candi dates worked hard their election Mr J W Thackston in the First ward defeated his opponent Dr E W Burke by a majority of 25 votes In the Third ward Mr Sans berry defeated Mr Barclay by the narrow margin pi S votes The school tax levy carried by a good majority Mr Thackston and Mr bsrry the newly elected council men are both good men and will be faithful and loyal to the citys interest The makeup of the i council as it now stands gives as j surance to the taxpayers that they j may expect an honest and econom ical administration for some time 1 to come I The following is the vote as poll ed yesterday E W Borke134 J W Thackstori 159 C F Jacoby 60 C E Barclay 153 M Sansberry 161 I G Miller The vote on the school tax levy and school directors were as fol lows First ward yee 173 First ward no 90 Second ward yea 50 Second ward no 15 Third ward yes 223 Third ward no Fourth ward yes Fourth ward no Total yee 514 no 209 ity 305 Bohool Directors J S Glsve 701 W L JSddings APMliOPOOL JOKE v J to Seared For April 12 excite STYLES yewold poj oaased more that the tax ment inCentniliabyan April 1st mast be i How To asliie Teeth In the place says prank than tna town spring enoedjsince the smallpox epidemio Companion tiie brush flhoald t hard havel ciation extends over dountrvA li jraivde v OflBoera Patsorsoh iredytioys ehdbtmg orapa Buthrpart of Moberjyo As heboys aaw officers ttfeir dice followed uboat to officwa fired their pia bat this only made the faster Officer down afid hia p1Bto aending a ballet into t5 Artificial Ice Plant caught over on ClarJfe streets station Jadge er was sent for the boys who 8rreeled about S oclock conyicted sentenced 8 Proct T morning a Monitor Hive called upon Jadge1 ter and inquired regarding the position edge the had not bi the tase having knowl tried Wtook placejn some other court flian hie Oar repreienta tive lort the Judge believing that Procter had to Idhim the truthpi Investigation ref the fact be had been deceived arid TJie negroes triedipy Judge Procter and fined 925 each for ekooting crape Un able the fine were sentenced to HuntsvilijaVjail and onaecegaary cost the county Judge Procter misrepre faots Js ia secret he our repre make interest idjng if put into print ting patty offenders to on B A tI NO PO W D E Rr Is tk Most Economical e Greater in leavening a spopn more dough or O C i J f Working and perfectlyIt makes the bread and always ni beautifuland tliere is never a waste r v S t3fgoodfloiir r lib actually costs less a vbatcn ofbiscuit with the than with is the additional ofBetter and more healthful POWDEHCO CHICAGO powders should not be used no matter cfieap they are induce dyspepsia liver complaint and kidney trouble New SMrt And New Spring At a meeting of the Diess mak ers Protective ABsdciation held in city 200 the 580 liceinters planned a general di8CU8 An elegant array of the nios c Stylish and uptodate Now open for your inspection yonr Baster Suits for yonrselres and boys from us and you be strictly in it We court your your ciiticigm and inspection BACK Vitvv The Tixo surface of the brash should be ser rated or uneven with longer and shorter bristles so that the pro jecting ridges may penetrate be tween the teeth It is better to have the brush slightly concave to fit the arch of the teeth bat in that case one must have a second one for brushing the backs of the teeth The teeth should never be scrub bed by moving the brash from eida to side across them aa most persons dofor it is that thatpush oa ttae gams back aud tears them This motion especially when the brash is a stiff one and a gritty powder is used may also injure the enamel of the teeib The teeth should be cleaned by rolling the brash in a direction from tha gucna toward the cutting edge so that bristles will not only scrape the surface but sweep be tween them This motion will also coax the edge of the gum oyer the back of the tooth instead of poshing it away and as the move ments in this direction can be neither eo rapid nor so forcible as when they are from side to side the gums are less liable to be lac erated by the bristles The backs of the teeth are to be brushed in the same way whils the grinding surfaces musU be cleaned by a toandfro aa well as a lateral rubbing Lukewarm water is for the teeth and some good dentrifice should be used once a day v Bartlett Hjirry thirty days each Will Wight fifteen days f Facts About Bernhardt Barah Bernhardts life wag re cently insured lor 8100000 and the queauonu put to her by the exam iners brougnt out the tollowing re plies She was born October 23 1814 her iatner died at 37 and her molnerat 51 She baa no brother Of her two Histere one died of ac cidental poisoning the other of puenmoaia She nas been ill only unce in her life when a serious surgical operation was necessary Bhe never wore stays Her full name Is Sarah Bernhardt Damala Bhe owns 8100000 worth of Paris real estate and eaJns a week in the theatrical season Her borne is on the Island of Belle Isle on the west coast of France a place immortalized by Alexandre Dumas the elder in Three Guardsmen Her height is 5 inches and her weight 130 pounds In the matter of wines and other lieturned to Work The Kimberly miners have ds cided to accept the suggestion of tha State Beard of Arbitration and will return to work today In the meantime the miner Ben Gee will sot be permitted to return to work antii a decision in his case hall have been rendered Property Mrs today hrougfa her agent Crosa Bounds old her west Coocannpn streat roperty so Mr John Mages Con idsratioa sot stated esieonted at the Old fieli aMe MOHITOS Call oa ms We kesp a full line of paints Varnishes brashes aad window glass We have the agency for Ihe vaixeCalvert mixed paints at SI25 and 8150 per gallon The first brand of mixed paint put on the market in this country Every gallon guaranteed Our picture moulding will be in 8 Tritcb Co 310 Reed street liqUora she confines hergeif to one glass of champagne atdinner each day Her principal lood ia the juice pressed from fresh beef Her art takes up all her time an3 tjo prevent the email but rying things of everybody life from interfering with it she oar ries with her a woman companion and a messeuse two maids and two men servants Her daily routine she gives as follows She arises between 11 a m and noon She takes a cold bath She gives herself over m the hands of her masseuse She has a light break fast If the wsatheris nice and dry she takes drive if not she studies reads or talks She baa a light dinner the principal ingredient of which is the juice pressed from beef drinks her glass of champagne and to th9 theater at 8 oclock larized Yesterday morning Linwood the 12yearold son of Mr Hope opened windows carried oat valu able articles and hid them and otherwise simulated an extensive burglary After he had gone to school the apparent burglary was discovered For three hours the hoboes of the town were in terror Thta highways were scoured and all of the gentry brought into town and searched Telephones were kept hot all over the country and adjoining towns were rousing to action 3fhen the innocent cause of all the nproar came home from school and explained the when the city fathers ceased from their strenuous labors gavo the in jured hobos a free lunch and bless ed the day Hard for Business We are now ready to show you a carefully selected lire of wall pa per from several of the best factor ies inthe United States We are thoroughly posted on the very lat est styles for every room in your home Stock consists of gilts blanks tapestries mobss crepes appliques stripes florals tints and orientals Give us a call be fore you buy H S TBTTCH Co 2dw 80 26 310 Reed street Smallest Baby is tryiu to Live Bridgeport ConuM April Lying cuddled up in a basket the smallest baby in the world is fight ing hard for existence Tbe wee bit of humanity is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Peck Baby Peck is a month old She tips the scales at 16 ounces and is 13 inches tall Baby Peeks hand is eo small that a wedding ring of ordinary else will slip over her hand up to her elbow Tha doctors said when the baby was born that it woald live 24 hoars at the longest Now they think it possible that the baby wilidevslop naturally E M Hollo way Dead Mr E M Halloway sged 76 years died yesterday atternoon at tae home of his daoghter Mrs A B Schilling on the East Side Paeumonia was the imrcediais cause of his death He leaves eight children among whom are Mrs J E Jamplain aad Mrs A B Schilling of ibis city Mr Bol loway was a member of ths Chris tian church and bad resided in Moberlyfor 14 years Funeral tomorrow from residence at 10 oclock by Rsv Rriney The Aaeo i5 entire The new skirt said MiiV Elizabeth the organizer of the Association is a straight cir cular afltair constructed with numberof box plaits inches winde on each side and sewed solid to the edge The seams in the above portion may be made in many ways They may be made with lace or braid or simply eew ed so that they stand out The back is built with a num ber of side plaits with the middle back box The back must bs aa full as the skirit under it The slip skirt must be made with a email ruffle above which from ten to twelve inches of hair cloth must be used The mandolin sleeve is an other totally new feature of the waist of 1902 It is tight at the top and loose at the waist It ia very pretty This will be adopted by all society folk this season The dress materials to be worn this year will be veiling etamines I peau de crepe canvas fresh but tapcolored batiste and ths thinnest chameleon ladyoiothe The col org will not be as bright ae lest seasons were Pale blue pink yellow and dead colors ia foulards will be the most popular colors Fire At Salisbury Saliebury had another fire about 8 oclock this morning which deA stroyed tbree nice residences sach worth a 81000 and over the own ers were Mrs Graw JohnOrnbnrn and Henry Patner Keep em alive boj Keep em aiive eatd an old physician to his yoang brother practitioner Dead men pay no The funeral of Homer Newton took place this afternoon fiom the honuQ of bis Bother Mrs J W Baster Will Kellj Owaer Today Mr Will Kelly pnrchfised his pwrlners halt interest ia their 8slooa business Mr Keilvisnow sole proprietor and will in the fatj ure as in the paat make a popular one ICodol Dyspepsia srwf iuDijo Administrators Notice Koiice is hereby given that by viftue of an order of tha Lrobate Oourt of Kandolpti county Missouri made on the tweBtyeigbfri 2b day of March MG2 tse Public Aiinjitiia for said Corantv itiis taken chsrge o tfia bBtate of Michael LI Hayee de ceased AH persona having eioiirK suainst eaiil eEtsu requiraa to txbibit them to tns for iiilGYVHftCo wiiliiucue year after the date of paid onlsr or tfcey niiy be prucliiJpil from any benefit sucli pstiite and if e not exhibited within two years fccm 4he date of ttifi publication ttey will be forever barred W T PTCHKOND 35 5 Public Administrator   

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