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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

■ -V . See Lauve for Mon tgomery City Lots and Fire In The Montgomery Chroni< P. P. HASSLER. Publisher Published In the interest ot Montgomery and Montgomery County VOL. 2 MONTGOMERY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY SEPT. t 1908. To The Tax Payers of Montgomery County. w In the Conroe Courier of Aug. 27l.li, 1908, JudgoO. W. Nugent has again stirred tho waters of the unfortunate controversy that exists between the Commissioners' Court ot Montgomery County and a cer- tain elomcnt in tho town of Uonroe. This lime their lawyer, whoi-e'much learning hath almost made him mad," directs his fire of blank car- tridges in an attack upon our county judge, S. A. McCa'.l and myself. I have no intention of taking up Judge McCall's fight as lie is amply able to defend himself, and 1 have "troubles of my own." However, the many inconsislon ciou and misrepresentations of the truth contained in Judge Nugent's explosive discharge of black powder t^llio kind that smokes) are such as to demand of m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

-RJ THE MOHTGOMERY P "TljBK, Pub. PEARL P. tt£_ TEXAS. MONTUQl. Hl fhe Human Engine. all the engines cunningly de- J'i by man not one can equal that sterplece of construction, the en- gine of the human frame. To run that engine, air Is the first necessity. Con- struct It how you will, the greater part of the energy which feedB a power plant Is lost before It reaches the ap- plying machine. The body, declares Hollis Qodfrey In the Atlantic, only . lias the power of using energy really economically and efficiently. Its food is Its fuel. To be available, all the constituents of that food must be burned, producing beat and power. For that burning the oxygen of the air Is essential. Equally true Is' It that nitrogen must be present to prevent the rapid combustion which would take place in oxygen alone. But whether the combustion be fast or slow, the action is the same. The body burns the carbon and hydrogen of its food and gives out the oxides of these substances, carbon dioxide (car- bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE r A Carefull/ Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Conservative farmers say the heavy rains which visited Ellis county Sun- day will be worth thousands of dollars to the country. The boll weevil is reported to have -crossed the Mississippi river and have spread rapidly, and are doing great damage to that country. A stampede followed the collision •of two street cars at Chicago Monday, and seven persons were Injured, two of them perhaps falally. The grand jury for Hill county has adjourned after a session of only thir- teen days within which time ninety- one true bills were found. Ed Chandler, 10 years of age, died Monday night, at Corslcana, of lock- jaw, caused by sticking a splinter in one of his feet a few days ago. Passenger train No. 13 on the Iron Mountain Railway, running between LitiJe Ilock and Kansas City, wuut irto the ditch Thursday, injur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE Published Every Friday by Pearl P. Hassler. 4.11 reading matter advertisements will iw published In the Oiihoniclk at 6 conts per line. Rates on displaj advertisements will bo made known on application. We guarantee a general circulation throughout Montgomery County. Entered us secoud-class mail matter November 10,1006, at the post office at Montgomery, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: ONK DOLLAB A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Member Farmers' Union, Local No. 3480. For President in 1908, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of the United States. 'l'he mosquitoes are here in goodly numbers,but we experience no malarial fever. Don't put the brakes on Montgom- ery. She is coming to the front all "gtt. It i§ mid that the Railroad Com- mission are figuring on a tax already when we get that regular establishtd line of airships working. The Chronioal always has the news first. Read the A. W. Morris article on first page. It's honest truth from the shoulder of an hono...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

vl "\ '( Coffins & Caskets Durable Copper or Zink Lined will be shipped. on short notice. Stock is all standard and up. to-date; nothing in the shoddy line. Orders solicited. Telegraph for service. J. A. KNIGHT CONROK, TEXAS Watch Repairing! If you have. Watch or Clock that needs re- pairing, bring or send it to me. Work is all guaranteed. I have the Largest and Finest stock of Jewelery in Xavasota Montgomery people al- ways welcome to visit my store. JV. E. Wilson. | Navasota, - Texas. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. H. e. & H. F. .South Bound. No. 217, Flyer for Beaumont. . . .7:41 n. 11 No. 205, Mixed train for Olcvolnntl 8:50 p. n North Bound. No. 200, Mlxeil train Bomcryllle . . 7:JJ0 a. n No. 218, Flyer for Boinervllle . . . 10:05 p.*u Pure Drugs and Sundries 1 thank you all for your liberal patronage during tho year 1907, and hope to have a continuance of th< same during 1908. We carry nothing but tho best ,>f Drugs Montgomery Drug Co. C. B. Stewart SURVEYOR All Work Given...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

hat is Pem-na. Aro wo claiming (oomuch for Fernna when we claim it to bo an effeotive remedy for chrorio catarrh? Have w abundant proof that Peruna Is la real- ity ><lioh a c 'arrh remodyf Let us see what tbo United States Disponsatory ■ays o' the principal ingredients of Pare'*- rake, for instance, the lngrodlent Hydrastis canadensis, or golden seal. The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy, that it is largely employsd In the treatment of depraved mucous membranos lining various organs of the human body. Anothor Ingredient of Pernna, oory- dalU formosa, Is classed in the United States Dispensatory as a tonic. Cedion seeds is another Ingredient of Pernna. The United States Dispensa- tory says of the action 6f cedron that It is used as a bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery, and in inter- mittent diseases as a substitute for quinine. Send to us for a free book of testi- monials of what the people think of Pe- runa as a catarrh remedy. The best evidenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

Hub and Center of Organized Labor wad" 4a *N a modern little brick struc- KH ture under the shadow of the monster pension build- ^.M. ing at Washington is locat- ed the nerve center of the organized lavor movement the United States and Un- cle Sam's new possessions, writes Waldon Fawcett. In these quar- ters, which are none too com- modious for the strenuous activi- ties carried on therein, an executive staff of upward of three dozen men and women keeps in close touch with an army of 2,000,000 artisians in every state and territory in the union. This beehive is the national head- quarters of the American Federation of Labor, that great central body that exercises jurisdiction over the local workingmen's organizations from one end of the country to the other! To appreciate the significance of the work carriod on at this place it is necessary to know something of the American Federation of Labor and its remarkable growth. The first move toward the voluntary organization of labor in Am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 4 September 1908

/ Wagons by the Carload Buggies by ttie Carload We will sell them at close prices. We handle the famous Studebak- er-Make. Call and see them. N. H. BRANCH L A. PEEL FINGER-PRINT SIGNATURES. "Finger-print identification has been extended to commercial usee by the postal savings bank of the Philippines at Manila. This bank has recently issued a series of stamp deposit cards on which spaces for stamps of different values to be affixed. When the depositor has Btamps to the value of one peso 011 the card it is exchanged at the bank for a deposit hook showing the amount to his credit. Opposite the lines for the owner's signature and address is a square ruled off for the reception of his thumb-print; so that- even if illiterate, depositors may readily be identified. PLACING THE PILLOWS. A maid in a large hotel taught one woman how to place the pillows on the bed without a wrinkle showing in the slip. The hotel maid's way was to take the pillow by two cor- ners, the long way, and shake the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

/r:" \s See Lauve for MontgomeryCityLots and Fire Insurance. The Montgomery Chronicle P. P. HASSLER. Publisher Published in the interest ot Montgomery and Montgomery County One Dollar A Year VOL.2 MONTGOMERY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY SEPT. 11 1908. NO. 4r> A Choice Steak nice and fresh is fine eating. That is what we handle every day. We buy the best and not only sell at reason- able prices, but try to please. Sciul iih Your Or<l<T for it Nice YrajStoik Bologni and Weina Sausage, (mighty good), on sale every Saturday. Your patronage solicited. STEED & BAREF1ELD "The Up-to-Date Market" Wait! Wait! FOR THE WILLIS AMATEURS In The Famous Comedy Drama "UNCLE REUBEN" AT THE New Opera House Montgomery, Tex., Friday night Sept. 18, Popular Prices. i HI*JUNG BRANCH NEWS. Wo aro having some fine cotton picking wculliei' and ovory one is busy picking cotton, Messrs Paco and Daniels passed hero onrouto to the rice farms. C M Sorsby and family were on a business trip to Wall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

THE MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE. tS". ■ PBARL P. BA88LEB, Pub. MONTGOMERY, - • TEXAS. ——1 1 ——. Our Big Export Trade. Analysis of the returns of foreign trade of the United States during tbe last fiscal year reveals some Interest- ing features. Among other things It l« aeen that then was a large Increase in exports of manufactured American goods, a most desirable tendency, which has bqen pronounced for years. Thus sales abroad of ag- ricultural Implements were 124,300, 000, against $16,000,000 In 1900; car- riages, cars and other vehicles, |22,- 000,000, against $9,900,000: chemicals, drugs, dyes and medicines, $20,800,000, against $12,000,000; manufacture of Iron and steel, $184,00,000, against >111,000,000; leather and manufac- tures of, $40,700,000, against $27,300,- 000, and so on. The average total expprt of manufactures ready for con- sumption was, for a five-year term, $329,000,000 for the period ended with 1900 and $480,000,000 for that ended 1907, and in 1908 was $488,500,- The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

DEED OF ANGRY WIFE. r 4 ; LILLY WHEATLY WA8 IN A BUGGY WITH ALLEN WHEN KILLED. MttS.AUEHGAVE$1,500 BAIL 8he Said She Had No Intention of 8hootlng and Did Not Realize Her Act Until She Pulled Trigger. KINCSVILLE'S BIG FIRE. Wichita Falls, Tex.—Mrs. Walter Allen, wife of the proprietor of the St. Charles Hotel, Thursday night shot and killed almost Instantly Lilly Wheatly, who lived near the lake, east of the Port Worth & Denver coal chutes. The shooting occurred short- ly after 11 o'clock In front of the Wheatly woman's house while sho was seated In a buggy with Allen. Mrs. Allen had called a cab and had driven to the neighborhood of the house, where she got out, telling the driver to wait for her. As she alight- ed from the cab the driver saw that she carried a pistol, and as soon as she had stepped a few feet he turned his horses about and started to drive away. Mrs. Allen, however, Buspcct- ed his design and headed him off when he reached the coal chutes and told him to drive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

■C THE MONTGOMERY CHRONICLE . .. * ■ " '' H Published Every Friday by Pearl P. Hassler. A.11 rvudlng matter advertisements will bu published lu tlio Cjuionici.k at 5 cent a per line. Rate* on display advertisements will bo made known 011 application. Wo guarantoo a general circulation throughout Montgomery County. Entored as seoond-olnss mail matter November 10,11)00, at the post office at Montgomery, Texas, under the Act ol Congress of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: ONE DOLLAR A YEAII, IN ADVANCE. JMembor Farmer*' Union, Local No. 3480. For President in 1908, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of the United States. "■ * ' ALEXANDER P. (1TBWART. The death of General Alexander P. Stewart, the last but one of the surviving lieutenant generals oi the Confederate States army, whieh occurred Sunday at Bilozi, Miss., is forcible reminder that the time is last approaching when the last oi that noble army of patroits who, through four years of as bloody strife as the world has evor witness- ed, defended the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

0 <4 TZ ?& Caskets Durable Copper or Zink Lined will be shipped on short notice. Stock is all standard and up. to-date; nothing in the shoddy line. Orders solicited. Telegraph for service. J. A. KNIGHT CONKOK, TEXAS j Watch Repairing! If you have. Watch or Clock that needs re- pairing, bring or send it to me. Work is all guaranteed. I have the Largest and Finest stock of Jeweleryin Navasota Montgomery people al- ways welcome to visit my store. W. E. Wilson. 1 Navasota, - Texas.] RAILROAD TIME TABLE. o. o. & S. V. South Houiul. No. 217, Flyer Mr Beaumont.... 7:41 a. m. No. 203, Mlxecl train for Cleveland 8:50 p. m. North Bound. No. 200, Mixed train Homcrville . . 7:80 a. m. No. 218, Flyer for Bomervllle . . . 10:05 p. m. Pure Drugs and Sundries I thank you all for your liberal patronage during tho yoar 1907, and hope te have a continuance of the same during 1908. We carry nothing but the best of Drugs- Montgomery Drug Co. C. B. Stewart SURVEYOR All Work Gi von* Prompt Atte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

HOUSE WORK 13 .. I-'- - v '-tff i • • V H '•M I Thousands of American women in our homes are daily sacrificing their lives to duty. In order to keep the home neat and pretty, the children well dressed and tidy, women overdo. A female weakness or displacement is often broughton and they suffer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden. It is to these faithful women that LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND comes as a boon and a blessing, as it did to Mrs. F. Ellsworth, or Mayville, N. Y, and to Mrs. W. P. Boyd, of Beaver Falls, Pa., who say: "I wu not able to do my own work, Oirlns to the female trouble from which I suffered. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound helped me wonderfully, and I am so woU that I can do as big a day's work a' I ever did. I wish every aiok wonuu. romd try tt. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty yer.rs Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

T A TEXAS CLERGYMAN Speaks Out for the Benefit of Suffering Thousands. Rev. G. M. Gray, Baptist Clergyman, of Whltesboro, Tex., says: "Four years ago I suffered mis- ery with lumbago. Every movement was one of pain. Doan's Kidney Pills removed the whole difficulty after only a short time. Al- though I do not like to have my name used publicly, I make an exception in this case, so that other sufferers from kidney trou- ble may profit by my experience." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. AND SHL LEFT HIM GUESSING. Woman's Directions of Little Help to Traveling Lawyer.' A New York lawyer was called re- cently to a hamlet in Berks county, Pennsylvania, in the interest of a large coal corporation, and now he is telling this story on himself: He was driving along a country road and feared he might have lost his bearings. The village he wanted to reach seemed elusive, so he halted in front of a farmhouse to make in- quiries. "Madam," he called out to a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 11 September 1908

1 V 1 Wagons by the Carload Buggies by the Carload We will sell them at close prices. We handle the famous Studebak- er Make. Call and see them. N. H. BRANCH L A. PEEL FINGER-PRINT SIGNATURE#. Finger-print identification has been extended to commercial uses by the postal savings bank of the Philippines at Manila. This bank lias recently issued a series of stamp deposit cards on which spaces for stamps of different values to be affixed. When the depositor lias stamps to the value of one peso on the card it is exchanged at the bank for a deposit book showing the amount to bis credit. Opposite the lines for the owner's signature and address is a square ruled off for the reception of bis thumb-print; so that even if illiterate, depositors may readily be identified. PLACING THE PILLOWS. A maid in a large hotel taught oue woman how to place the pillows on the bed without a wrinkle showing in. the slip. The hotel maid's .vuy was tir take tin; pillow by two cor- k-Hie long way, and shake th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

ii-tX to*,. Se§ Lauve for MontgomeryCityLots and Fire Insurance. e Montgomery Chronicle P. P. HASSLER. Pusher , VOL. 2 * / Published in the interest ot Montgomery and Montgomery County MONTGOMERY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. TEXAS.. FRIDAYjSEPT. 18 1908. y One Dollar A Year 4 NO. 46 A. W. Morris' Strong Reply to Judge Nugent's Recent Utter- ' ances. He gives some cold facts in this issue. Again Judge .Nugent forces me to take up the cudgel of self defense and appear before you to again show up his true methods and char- acter. First—He begins by a lot of rant rot and falsehood, evokinathe 'spirit of Annanias" that ho is in close communion with. In "turning on the bright light of truth" wherein ho says: "Mr. Morris dodges the real fncts and issues and makes statements against mo as to my tax- es that tho records show aro abso- lutely false." 'As to this let us sec. I said: "The day Judge Nugent's article was printed ho was on the delinquent tax roll in the sum of 8173.00." .Whero did I get my...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

I^fll iky oMFpy criPOC CHRONICLE. PEARL P. HASSLTR Pub MONTGOMERY, . . TEXAS. 3pff|§ A Duty of the Rlcn. New York society in the aggregate has been made to suffer reproach for the sins of a few of the uncultured and self-indulgent wealthy. Most people who know society iu New York, Cleve- land and Pittsburg, cities which have recently been sensationalized by the social errors of the reckless rich, would say that the majority of people in what are described as "exclusive" circles are well ordered, quiet, intelli- gent people. Still, Dr. Lee states the true principle in saying that the wealthy and influential are under a special obligation on account of the conspicuous position' which makes their example for good or bad conta- gious. Ethically, remarks the Phila- delphia Public Ledger the duty of up- right living is the same for rich and poor. Socially there is the difference that the rich and eminent are of ne- cessity more widely observed and closely copied. They loosen the bonds of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

/ THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUM* OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT N^EWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FRflM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of darrtnt News Domestic and Foreign. Link by link a wonderful chain ot wireless stations is being forged In Alaska by the united States signal corps. Prank P. Sargent, commissioner of immigration of the department of com- merce and labor, died in Washington last Friday. "Uncle Richard Johnson, agei '<4, one of the oldest settlers of Kaufman county died suddenly at his farm north of Kaufman Tuesday. While attempting to cut a live wire from the top of a pole In Shreveport, La., Friday, Alfred Brown received a shock that caused instant death. Practically the entire town of Sum- ner, Miss., was destroyed by fire last Tuesday and one man lost his life. The property loss is estimated at $100,0000. As a result of a disastrous forest fire in Nevada, recently, thousands of people are homeless, many injured and the propety loss is estimated a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Chronicle — 18 September 1908

RY CI1PQNVCLE i Published Every Friday by Pearl P. Hassler. «VU reading matter advertisements will publinhed In . e Ohhoniclb at 6 cents per line. Rates on display iidvertisemevts will be mailt known on application. We guarantee a general circulation throughout Montgom j: j County. Entered as secoud-clatts mail matter November 10, 1006, at the post ffico at Montgomery, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION: ONE DOLL A R A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Mem"bor jtovmcrft' Union, Local No. 3480. For President in 1908, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of the United States. m: r.it 1' ' ' 'wfc w -••••• - The Stauilaril Oil Company's ap- plication for a rehearing of the case in which it was fined $29,240,000 is backed up by a "brief" covering 142 pages. The Oklahoma bank ffuarantee law has been held to be constitutional by the Supreme Court of that stato thou its friends are steadfast in the belief that its constitutionality laoks a good deal of being the best thing about it. The oampaign ...

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