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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

V Trool Flalelna; rroR. A very alngular Incident wan brought ia my notleo eltlrlnff n recent vllt to I.uko Vyrnwy, In Nor,tli Wnlea. A j rar nr two ago the hrret1lii? Jtomlit wrre (.leaned nut, nnd when there, una hut littla water rrmuliiliip t lie man In tliarRC from whom I licntl IheiAtnry oliHcrvcd n ieoiilliir.lotHlif ll.h ftwlmmllitf nlitnit. It was enpllirril with the nld of n Iniidln net. and prmctl to ikj n trout of Hourly half n pound In wolulit. Clnpeel llrtnly around hi lmcl: nnd AhciuhleM Mas a Hie frop of eirdlnnry lci the. helly of tho frog reateel on the back of Hie tremt, Jtnthf hind thcnllK nnd ll loijawerecMenil td round and undrrtlii'flh,;rliilnrlt chirly. (.'onIelcrnlde force had to lie. exerted In order to Acparnlo the pair, when thu fins hiippcil away and the trout died In a few Mt'tinil.. The rente of thu ttout were dark and ellncnhircel whero ll.l" iuik I old nun of the ten hod releil, truclni? out ilMlnelly It hhnpe; m It In probable that the fish hud been t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 14 August 1903

I I I .Bigger and Better Than Ever- Montgomery Street Fair, September 30, October 1, 2, 3. Everything free. Four days of fun and amusement The citizens of Montgomery City invite you to attend and enjoy yourself to your hearts content. Premiums on everything. Write for official premium list to the Secretary, of the Fair Association, who will be pleased to mail you one. REMEMBER THE DAT E . Four days of fun and amusement for young and old, and its good as gold. f,. 'a THE TRIBUNE. :rldny, August 14, looj. Voto for llio (Jueen nf the Street Pair. Orln Clnru wan In St. Louis Thursday. Montgomery will have- two cir cuses next week. The Cntliollu picnic will bo lii'Ul "Wednesday Aug. 'Jil. I. A. Ovcrstrcct was transnctlng business lii Jnncshurg Moiulny. i:. II. Kills ill fit. Louis In visit ing Henry llrocder nnd (ninlly. Hov. 11. I). Hlpplu of HuntHvlllo was here TueBtlny nnd Wednesday. Who will I111 Queen of tho Street 1'nlr? Voto for noma one. Miss Vcrglo Hlhb nf AinvrlcuM was tho gues...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

V-. ' Ail' MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. I- VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , AUGUST 21, 1903. NO. 46. Miss Pcnrl Mnttghs spent Sunday In St. Louis. p. M. Cater of St. Louis npcnt Srunday here. Emmctt Wyatt Attended tlio show hero Tuesday. Ous WnVon of WoittTrlllo was on our streets Tuesday. Miss Alum Muns visited relatives near Dollllowcr Inst week. O. T. Minis visited nenr Ilcll llowcr Saturday nnd Sunday. Win, IIoss of Ucllllowcr was on Montgomery's streets Monday. Wirt Hnlncs nnd Joo Moscly of Olney were visitors hero Tuesday. Miss Loulso NunnoJIy returned homu from n weeks visit In Olney .Tuesday. Clem Bishop of St. Louis spent Sunday with Ids wlfo nnd baby nt this place. Guy Niinnolly of Toxns who has lcen very sick of typhoid fever Is nblo to be up ngaln. Misses Jcsslo nnd Luln Suggctt returned homo Monday from n -weeks visit nt lteform. Tlio Misses Heekley of Auxvnsso vera tlio guests of Misses May nnd Gertrude Smith last Saturday. Miss Ilcsste Elrod went to St. Louts Monday...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'lil.tlshcil lir Till! TIMIIIM: I'lCtNTINfl CO. A. Ik Ill-Hill:. Mn.lii Alitor. Ho.VHiUMFiiV. i Missount. Freight Iniflncfifi on Lake Superior last iniiiitti wan larger limn Hint c tiny entire moron hcinro INS". Thin growth of ointncrrfi U due to I lie deep chunncln construe led hy llm golem mini. An Improved Mississippi would work Ilia tiniini wuy. In order to encourage) the Cunurd company Im build tun new titr-nmntiltis. Intended to bo tho swiftest afloat, tho Drills h government Inn in tin; company JI3,fKrii.iK) nt 2?i per crn'. Interest ami hgrccn to suh'tldlr.o the Jew vessels at t37&.00U per cor each. Oreceo'n wnr with Tirkoy, a few )e"rs ago, won n font run In which the eirochn would limn licc-i nimplclely overrun If Humpn hnd not stepped In to tliflr iisslstnntc. Tim Macedonian! count on similar nlcl when the TurkUh lulu in iiH nro In full mollon, Thnt Rt. liiils lintel girl who com t'lalim Hint n bookmaker illiln't Rite l.er n lint for finding nnd rcstorln...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. 1'iilillaheil by TI1K TIUIIIINK'rlllNTINfl CO. A. li- Kii.tin.1:. Mnilnr iMiior. moxtcomTTuy. i t MISSOUM. f Her Perfumed ? I Hair Br- LESLIE W. QUIItK lUopjr lit i. im, br tun Morr rub. Co.) 1WOKK up suddenly, wllh n queer pain In my lirnil. It throbbed a nil thrnhhcd (III I could hut c cried out a t ihr torture. I.mblng nrnuiid In in) Ih'iI, I turned oter mid IxikrI Into I lie fm r of ii girl, cliue nt hand. She ttua undeniably pretty, with Idack lialr and ejea, u red mouth unit tun delicately pink checks, tjhesinllrd when I looked nt lirr. "Well, Jack, lion goo It tlilt morn Ins?" she arkrit. "I I beg jour parilon," I ald. To Hip lirrt of my knowledge I lint nctcr ci!! I lie girl before Yet hcreshi-ttna, nt Hi y bedside, speaking to nip with tlir fnmllliirltj ofunold frlciist., "I nui Kind Jon n in bctlcr,"ihc whis pered, iilmuai In tiij rnr. Then she nild. ril nnolhcr ord that made lur open WJ ejea wide "atteethcarll" I uppor he sntv the alnrllrd look on mj face, fo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

":V3-$yt'r-" I i! t?l THE TRIBUNE. l'Jublinlii)d livory Y'rldiiy IIY THU TKII1UNH PKINTINd CO. A. 1). Kcadm:, Managlnc Iltlltor. " (subscription In Advance. One Copy, Ono Ycnr Si.oo I'hone oft. Friday, August 21. 1903. From nr. Oliver. Wo nru located at present In the fruit belt of tho State, tho beautiful Sacrumcnto valley. Wo arrived at Mrs E. M. Oliver's brother's homo Friday morning Aug. 7. Wo all had vertigo or head swimming caused, I suppose by tho motion of tliti train, a sound nnp cured us and wo wero ready to go again. Wc visited tho sheds wliero they wero Administrator's Notice, Letters of administration on the estate of John Nobel, deceased, wero granted to tho undersigned, on tho 13th day of July, 100.'), by the Probate Court of Montgomery county, Missouri. All persons having claims ngalnst said estate ara requested to exhibit them for allowance, to tho Administrators' within ono . .... tf . ..... rnitlntr nn.l .lrvlnir finches, wo year after tho Uato of said letters, -E...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

5? Z&x?3&&X 1 o - STREET FAIR KOI- SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER 1, 2, 3. The beat weather has been ordered for the Montgomery Fair, so get ready and come prepared. Expense and labor are not spared to make it the BIGGEST AND GREATEST FAIR EVER HELD. 'umi a. v. V in- i v. h 7 High Hill. Miss Nellie Donaldson 1ms been tho guest of Miss Annlo Strclf. Mrs. Will Tippolt of Lltchtlcld, III., enmo over Wcdnosdny lo visit her mother Mrs. Kate Uurtoii. Miss Clara Shaw Is spending several days with her ulster Mrs. Moonoy. Wm. Constmco wan In St. Louis Wednesday. Miss Jessie Hall spent .Sunday hare. Miss Clara Kimball returned to St. Louis Sunday. A protracted meeting Is In pro gress nt tliu Methodist church. Madam Humor bespeaks u wedding soon. Mlas Kllza Hewitt who spent noveral mouth with Mr. anil Mrs. Smith Is reported very low with typhoid focr at her homo In ICxccll, Mo. Mrs. Owen and daughter of Montgomery visited Mr. and Mrs. Skinner 0110 day this week. four last C. F. Kraft was In...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

1' '1 JUSTICE BREWER Lffl Say Cause for Mob Law is Increas ing Instead of Diminishing. PUBLIC AFRAID OF LAW'S DELAY PULITZER FOUNDS SCHOOL Gives $2,ooo,ono to Endow a School of Journalism. THE PRESIDENT If Crrlnln '1 tin I (liilllr lliira WmiM lr lriimittl 'I rlrtl ni,,l t'nnllirtl lliiliirrtiiriil fur l.rnrlilnif Wuiilil Itr Tnkrii .imr New York, Auk, 17. Associate Jus flrn Davlil J. Ilrowcr, of llio auprcmf court (if the 1'nltcil Htatc-s, has con irlhulcil nn nrllclo on I hp crime ol lymhlni:, In tlio cuurso of uhlth lit .ijri: "Our K'lvcrnmcnt recently forwanlo In ltiiMsIn n petition In rosK-ct to nl lenril atrocities rommltlril on the Jows. That Koicrnment, an might havo Ih.-od oxixilod, iinwIllliiKly to have It Inter till affairs n mailer of cnnslilc-ratlon bj other covcrnniciils, ilrcllnnl to rrcclic (hn petition, If. Instead of m ilolni. II li.nl rcpllcil that It would put a Mop (onll smh titrocltlt-s when llilf Rovcrn incut put n Mop lo lymhltm, wnal -until c ham said? "It I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

Ml ! .,.l.l.l.l. I Mnd.rn ConT.iilene.,. Tbc Aliltnr Democrat tilli n( a man who tcfl'eil tiiftht In a miall limn Mar 'there and rlt'd at Ihehntrl potntrd out '"JhAA Wtor aa tht Ih-i In tonn. 'Ahtrd talal,alalhaQil eomuTua ifte frWH'tor aimiit it. TriMo nelor iriouim hack 1 1 tlie iar. iirte, m. ttiit herr pent Mania to tat II lilLh. llrint; t!ie llsln'a." Tioni toon aptartd,r. Ij-lnn a caVe ol jflllw man, tout! and rik. "What". tl, tUlc lotT" aikfd tU fuf it. "Why," Hid tnt prof riotor; "jcm'll ava to dam up tlii creek, haniaa City Klr. "thVmarkets. i3v 'oik. .$ 4 V Aug.. 11. 41 14 3 71 .11 I a.'Ki- "i'j VMM 10 ....'! W li a 'i is ;i "I 1 : a Ml IS .2 3 ! CAVTL15- Nntlvn Sixth. rirrniN.- MiuunnK . . 1'I.OI'lt Wllllrf Will lit. . . . WllltAT-Nn. ! Hid tUIIN' No. 1 OATH- No. : J'UltK--lK IH"WI ... . .. ST. I.OI'IH. ttlTTUN MMilllilR w:i:vi:nBtnt Cntva ami llelftr. C'AI.Vi:-lr ii Ilu lliMIS- 1'nlr to (.'holer i'lli:i;l'-Kulr In Cln.lm.,.. I'Ulllt-l'.il'iiln Ultur (IriKloa wmi;at-.o. 3...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 21 August 1903

! I l i. iif i "iiiMiiiminiii ic mi in mill mmtwm ihinimi " ' i rt1 - ' - ' - . - -- -2il L!i ! ; THE TRIBUNE. Friday, August ai, iooj. Our Country HonJs. An n result of bad roads Amcrl enn (arm life otlen becomes Isolat ed anil barren ol many nodal benefits mid pleasures, and our country pcoplo In ionic communl- Una mifYi.r trrnnt f1lMA.1viintnr..a ambition bclngchcckcd, education 1 1,0,1 "Tho ky l'llot." Albert (Pol) tafforty who Is In tho mall service at Lawton, O. T., has gained riullo a reputation as a musician. He Is a prominent member of tho Lawton band and tho following Is what ono of the Lawton papers had to say of I'at's playing In ono of their recent open air coucorts: "All the numbers of tho'progrnm wero good Inst night, but tho rend I- tlonal of tho dllllcult concert sclco- Tho har- hlndurcd. cncrirv weakened nndlmony well a tho sweet muslo Industry paralyzed. Uvery pot-ot ,no election was excellent, slblo effort should bo mndu to do- KvorJ' ,rnln Wended mid incllow tcl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

i ' - rn!ltlUWlMllUIUVIMI!HUJIUI JWi j? MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , AUGUST 28, 1903. NO. 46. Get rcaily for tho Street Fair. Julian Ham was hero yesterday tfrom Mobcrly. pillo Moody of St. Louis spent tfundayi hero. O. 13. Cnsner of Jonesburg was !hero '.Wednesday. Woto fori Queen of thu Strco 3nlr,c a vote. .Mrs. .PankKcmp of St. Ohnrles -visited' relatives hero Sunday. J. IC.i Rodders went to Paris, Mo. yesterday on n business trip. Miss M.yrllu Johnson visited re latives, at Jonesburg this week. J. .A. Dodds Inst week sold 101 norcs of laud to Mr. James Hall Jor 81000. Misses Octtrudo and Louis Nuniioljy spent a few hours In ."Ywillavlllo yesterday. Jou Washington Is qulto slek In St. Louis. Mrs. Washington went down to kco him .Tuesday. J wmld llko to.huvo a few quiet boarders, .Nicc.plciiBnnt rooms. Mkh. W. II. 11auiu:i.i.. MUsAnna Goodrich left Wed nesday for .Indiana whero she will teach school this winter. FrcdXralt left 'Wednesday for Ash...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. iihllsliril T TIIK Tltfllll.Ni: rlllNTISO CO. A. Ik KIM 1)1, i:. .Maiming I Ml tor. ISOXTGOMl-KY. t MISSOUnL J J i'l I: It nccldrnts happen na frequently during llio yacht races rropcr as they linre Vlillu I ho preliminary trlnls have been made, inn fntq nf the cup may depend on n rivet of u lino or a part. Aro not tho yacht ilrawn a bit toe line? In Germany they now dip fresh egg In liquid glass unci they remain frisli lor a year, hut It thoso who two litem over there nro nil careless nbout tin Mulls iu they nro In this country, I hi re, nl ho n mighty mortality froti performed intestine. Eomo one remark that New York will never supplant lmdon na tin financial ii-nier of the world na long ni "a Tew money kings who control I ha market dellherntcly net lei worked dc rlroy value liccatiso Ihcy have qtiar relcd nmone themselves." Tbo obitr vatlon descries IhoiiKlit. Tim world's International Wycl longrcs. which linn Just l,ecn In ses lion nt Copenhagen with eleven nulloni ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Pnlillihril hr tiik Titniu.Nt: I'liiNrixn co. A, 1U Ki:.YlI.K. Managing: Kdltor. MONTGOMVltV. MISSOURI. AT GRANDMA'S The cookt (hut my grand mit bakrd wr under lock and key, II u I Juit n little word ot "plea" opin iiramc, Ar.d Rntndma'n mli mil tunlilnv to a little Rlrl like me. II y cmn-lmn had a fturden with n picket itnct around (Where jtrew tlie meetcit flower that the honty btes had found), With n trook that not our fftl wtt uy at tho fnrthttt bgiind. Thr treen In front of (trnmlmn'a houee I ad roott that ata)rd rltcM out To make u hort.ea for impcr tlo.e, white Urdu nine hlch about; And falrlce danced ut ultfM tlmr thrr, I n eure without h doubt. If 1 rould hnve one lnnte wbh come true and i..Kn itay, I d wl h to Jut bt little and that we could move away Ard live at KrandrntVa house with her for eer and a da. -KJltb Jtcbrrts. tri (Jood llotitkftcplnff. THE KNOT IN THE PEAJtLS. in iw i'miih tiii "lorr. She wiih young mid rciiinrhnldy pretty, with n pii'ltlnoHH Hin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

I.J. iT't THE TRIBUNE. IPubllnhod ISvory I'rldriy. ii y TM12 TKIIIUNIl I'KINTINO CO.. A. It. Ki.'adi.i:, Managing IJdltor. Subscription In Advnnco. Ono Copy, One Year $1.00 I'linne oft. Friday, August 28. 1003. Tho TliliiUNK Id tho paper. J. Mottashcd spent Sunday In St. Louis. I'cta White was up (row St. Louis Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Vogt spent Sunday In St. I.ouIh. V. L bought tho It In time tho Hopubllenns were seriously considering who they will nominate for governor. A number (if men Imvu been sug gested who probably nro very good men, but miina of them do not measure up to tho high slnndurtl which the Ilupublleaii party will 'demand In Its candidate for (Inv entorship at thu nuxl election. The situation Is Mich that the Hc publlrau party ean not nITord to mnki) a mistake In selecting IU candidate. If wn nomlnnlo 11 man whoso character nnd nblllly com mnnd tho conlldenco of the great mass of I lit) people thu hnltlo will be mom than half won when tho nomination In mucin. The...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

r mi Montgomery's Greatest Street Fair SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER 1, 2, 3. "We want you to ruiniMiihur the date of our Knit Kor botli youth and beauty will ho there. You arc cordially invited to come and sue Tor everything will he grand, open and free. ASK THE SECRETARY FOR PREMIUM LIST ' svmm vm-vv. . ,4V' . -,, Lincoln District. Mlnottc Davidson delivered hogs to Win. Wnkl In Montgom ery Inst Friday. Miss Mat llcnlloy visited Nclllo Towlor last Siindny. Several from this vicinity nt tended the picnic at Macedonia bntnrday. , j0, t,PCnn ,) -,1s mother left rnmmtlfilt v ipnfc ltmrrlml lnuL week John Martin and family who for California last week, where 1 1 thorn-lit I would send the news have been visiting Mrs. Martin's i they Intend to mnko their futuro Up (,, y0u for puljlicntioii. Tho father the past two weeks, return-1 homo. young lady referred to won Miss Mr. llalrd of St. Louis was here last week on business. Mrs. 13. Hart visited friend In St. Chnrlcs Saturday and Sunday. C. Heboi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

THE PASSING Cloud Its Thirty-Seventh Annual Scaalon Friday. TO MEET IN BOSTON NEXTYEAR ( .,slnit I'rnlnre W'm n ,nllnllt I'HtHitflrf llrnnliin olil Snlillrrs Urrntty lnitr Hi I'lfMiirM dfiti lllRrk'n .tppnlnlments. Hin I'nintleni, Aug. ::.-TIic nation" nl ewiimpmerit (if tha (irnnil Army nf Ihe Itcpnbllc ilocd IUi tlilrty-iievcntli miiini.l srlnn, I'rlday afternoon, nftcr n protracted nmrnlnir iMlo'i, The rn-'vlj-clccletl iilfltero, with Hip cmci. Hon nt Junior Vln.l.'omniitiilfV Kr Irr, viho 1h tin on Urn may fnmi the l'lilllppliirii, were Installed, f'omiiinnd-i-r-ln-Chlcf Hlacle nniiotuied the fol li.liig npiKilntmclilii'. Adjutant general, (' I! I'alrlitRP. "f tllliioln-n.t'iirturmasler MaJ CIiiii. Ilur rntfn, of New Jersey reap'sdnlcd; J'l'lcc udiiKiite general, Jnmci. Turner, (if New York: lniKilor general, II. II. Wewcn, if town thief of the L'nltcd Confederate Voter, ana: "My hearty eonisratiilat'.ona to you and the. (ountry. Your election an sure unanimous and Increased goo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

i mini ii iiTfimT ) The Clinnge. "J7r tistd to kiss me every llm w j.ed through a tunnel Lrfote fiiir mir. iHtc," mil the little -.toman, with ni rellrcllor.. "And does he Jo to now!" atkrd the, bo.nm friend. "No, ho takes i urink," Chicago DiDjr Newt. "Some people." .aid t'nele Kbn, " 'mit lues det'a doin deir hull duty in life when Ier (lieu tip fa' leaf clot er an' alta folk do link to cuine." Wuliincton Star. THE MARKET& .... Jew York, Ainr. ti t.'ATTI.H-Nntlve Weirs.. ,M W HI4U CtiTTtlN-Middling ir 12', PLUMl Winter W'lmt . 3 tr 4 nn win:.T no. : iii M,tr w.i ((HIN-No. S sVl' .'.ii, HATH-Nn. ! ,. tr It I'UUIC-Ui.s (new) iiV) XtMU HT. LMt'irl. COTTON-MhWIInir 1W IJUUVKM -JMcir. t i.i iv iU) Csnnd lltirtr.. ; - s OAI.VK-It lli a in r :i limits l-'iilr to Clinic til tr "llv eilKi:!' Kolr n t'li'iirc..., fZi i ass l-'I.ll'll-l'ulenl I (1 v ID other ilruilo S v J'.o viii:at-.no. : imi tivr : Cuit.N S'u. : j r ..ti'i t)ATH-Nu. 3 X tl IIVH-Nn. J fti.se V. WUUI-Tllli Wiuh.il in r f...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 28 August 1903

r M 4. K, i LIVE STOCK PREMIUM LIST AND PROGRAM -OF- Montgomeiy Street Fair September 30, October 1, 2, 3. JOHN T. III2NSLUY. Superintendent. Wcdnctday Sept., 30, 1903. licit Jersey cow, 1). Sncthcn, 1 pkff Hchii Stock Food. IJpt Shorthorn hclfcr, 1 yr nml under 'I, Nntloiml Live Stock Com Co. - 2.00 llest horse mule colt, I). W. Heusley - - r..0() (lent mnri! mule colt, John Worlnnu Aessor Montgomery County fi.00 IICI 1-2 lli'ot brood iiinru with thrice colts .1. II. Wnltu fl.fKI llcst.lnrk under 2 yr old 1st A. M. Hull Sun Smicl Stock I'nrm - - fi.lHI 2nd, Huniest Auhuehoii ii-IO IIckI mililht colt, K S. Ilrandt - 5.1X1 Ht'Ht Jnck nnd colt-, iircnilum divided M and .10 per cent, bed Jnck, II yr old & over Int. V. A. Oriihiiin Ti.tKI O. I'filincr 2.MI - 7.nn 2nd. It. K. Flood - 2..V) li't Slantiiii inure under '.' yr old lliltt A: Son fl.lKl licht unddle iniiri' uny iige, ltt. Minim I In r nex - 5.1X1 2nd, Dr. C. Klldn 2.M Im-hI lady drUcr, lt, V. Huberts & Sou ... 2.50 2nd...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 September 1903

can MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 4, 1903. NO. 46. 7 Street Fnlr will soon bo hero. Miss Carolcy Sco Is very nick. Jcsso Hrntton of Mexico was lipro Monday. Just tell them that you saw It In ,Tho Thiiiunk. Miss Francis Knoller Is clerking nt Fuller's nows store. K. 1'. Shny of llnllsvlllo was vl siting frleiuls hero Suntlny. It. II. Unllcy transaetcil business In St. Louis Inst Saturday. Miss MattloWllson of Wcllsvillo visited relative hero Sunday. Miss llosslc Klrod has a position in n millinery etoro nt lllackwcll, O. T. An Immcnto whent crop Is being mowii In Montgomery county this fall. ' drs. John Host nnd daughter, Miss Honn went to St. Louis Tues day. Miss Ola McQulo of Wellsvllln visited friends nnd relatives hero last Sunday. MIhi Itusslo Solomon of St. I.ouIh Is visiting relatives nnd friends here. Mrs. I.uTa Scott went to SU Lou is Monday to buy her fall stock of millinery goods. Mrs. W. Y. Slsk rind .Mrs. Crnlghcnd visited rela...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 September 1903

THE TRIBUNE. 1-nlitlaliril I17 tiik tiiiiiuni: ntiNTixo co. A. Ik MsiiMlns KJIlor. CURRENT TOPICS. TUB HEWS IN BRIir. MONTOOMl-ltY. I Missounu The "Drummer Hoy of Bhtloti," who wni II years old when tho battle fouaht, Is nn oflU-er In the regular iirmy, okc.1 C2. Ho will ho retired In 1SI5. Komo of Iho veterans begin to feci tiltn inllldlo-agcd. If Iho Panama Incident la llond Co lombia holds Iho medal as Iho cham next Uncle Sam In compelled again to tiost marines along Iho l'nnam.i rail road lo protect thai Important com mercial highway they may stay iwatcd. When Iho kernel authorized or eomnttlcd. Iho 1'nllcd States navy will mbraco twfiily-four ilrst-clnsa battle ships In commission and ten nrmored milter. Thcfo tienco safeguards will lo kept in spick and rpi'i condition, tlwas ready for what may turn up. David Nation, divorced husband of Carrlo Nation, declares that sho per formed nil Iho "diltleH of n truo wlfo" liv orrimvlnc Iho best neat In tho par lor, wielding her hati htt ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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