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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 January 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, lOOl. NO. 12. 'Ml A surprise j tarty was given at the home of Clini! Kstis, near Hcllllower, l'Ynlav night Dee. liS. and all reported as having a good time, although only a few heing present. (ieorge Downs, wife and family left for their home in Texan Monday, after a three weeks visit with relatives and friends here, at Camma and in Pike county. "Have a good business Christinas week? One husiness man asked another "Yes it far exceeded my expectations". "How aliout the year's husiness"? Sev eral thousand ahead of last year". And yet they ask what is the matter with Montgom ery City. , make the trip to St. Louis in exactly four minutes and 10 seconds. The air ship may he ahle to lly in 1(H) years from now hut the hest prospect to annihilate space is in electric ity, compressed air and the vacuum tithes. hellers, papers, etc.. will he sent from New York to San Francisco in one hourand every farm house will ha...

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 January 1901

9 THE TRIBUNE. TIIK TlllllltNi: I'HTtt. 1). W. MAJllIt, MONTQOMKUV, 0(1. rotillalttirs. K.lltnr. .mik.shi.hi, CURRENT COMMENT. ..... ) r i 1 i I him 1 ii atarli-d In I'lirlB tli-lnteil In I In' ilirroti'ry of it inn- fur -t'.i-tlrl.ui-nn, 'I Ihti In mi ilmllil In thin cum iiIhiiiI Hip long. frit want III- (II I V Uriel Ill-Ill In like llnmil i-Ii-ii-! great i.nr-shlpn for whlih we mi- annul ii kin-mi s.'u.inio.iitiu. imt It II unrili Hut' in nur hiii'i- ill iiilml if Wl . Iilllllll ri- Hid, Iriilllilr. .(ii-n, ilttenr'n lliii-iiti-m-il Ima- Ion nf Iji'tliunl Hill mil frighten nut Imily IHil lii-n, Wt-yler IIiii-iiI il In in I In' Minn- lliln in Auu-rlfii, iiml mii ininrr-ully mill ti.rif.inu.ly Imil'liiil ill. Ililinl fii'i- ili-lltcry Inn nlri-uily iiiiiiIi- ii rii.iHiilril.i' mini, It lum Im'iii rliil.),n i nn aill rnilli-. III II lutt-n, ktrting n pupuliitliin nf I,- MM.'M. I lint it iimiiiiiiii tin h'iiii imt mii nil, ....'Hit lliiriut-ke nn flint! nf font 'till. lull. Ilii'y pi...

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. — 4 January 1901

THE TRIBUNE. TH1HU.NE I'llTO. CO. l'akllihere. 1). W. MJl)lt. Killlor. HOMTQOMEnV, : XI1SS0UIU. "WIDE.AWAKEI" IVIdeattaael Keep tilde awake Ai through lite your way you take while ou. carcltst, lumbering lit, Others etowly pan you by; , At the tortnlee wen the race From the hare. lhoue.h fait hit race. Thlt, dear hoye, your motto makei "WW awake!" M'lde airaket and took ahead Cartful who the way haa ltd. Onward thtn, nor mop to mil Victor h that dot a hla Wit. Look with ota alont. ou're blind: I.ook with htart and imil and mlndt Thli, dtar boyi, your motto makel "Wldo awake!" lytde awake! Awake to truth, Td the nlory of ymir youth, To tha rait to noble deed, To the praji r of one In nttd, To the worda of life that till. To the rlKhl-nnd all la wtlll This, dtar 1kii, your motto make! "Wide awake"' Jtorge Illrdtr, InUoldtn biye. HIS DKSl'KKATE CASK I'crcival fill UiaI (lie world was conic tu an cnit fur him mill lie M trjing tu convince himself tlint lie duln I circ a continental if i...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 January 1901

1 liACIIS'l PI5II. 1 Uucklon's Arnlcu Snlvo. 1 "Down In tlio .South," remarked """ ""'wi'l" rnif Mr manelniia 1 n man nt otic of thu New York, " "'I'"-"-" "nn-r mm-, in. chili tho otli.T iliiy, "thoro exist """ ""'"""d "'"' lorllut. Com., morn of n ri.-llglou atmosphere """".Sure., lei , Ulcers, Tel. j than there Is hero tn tlio North. So I ''.'r' 's"" ,.t'""!,., IV V'r s",r"' .V.'.'?,',,M' ! 2 most of tho stories tl,,y tell have a j.-.W T 8 nl tilly Drug Hliini Small-Pox In Pike. Klnco our lnt Issue no new eases havn developed. On Wednesday Mo- This Tkihunis. I'hIjIImIk! Kvory Krlcinv lt THE TRIBUNE PRINTING COMPANY. 1). V. MA.IOlt, UniTdii. MflVTA tI'VU I ..,.,.1 IMU..- n secondary llavor fo lln'in. One TmiMS SI.IKlpcr Yenrln Advance. tlmt I heard while In Charleston i mu entirely now to inr, ami It np AT JI;l:l!l:KSON CITY. ponrcd In bo mi In th circle of . ' i gentlemen whore I heard It. It Tlic l.oe,.(,,lllii: Traitafvrrcil Crom ran nlong IIiIm way: A illgnllled , ol lnt week, ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 January 1901

The Tribune, Friday, - - .Jnnunry I, 1001 I Mlnoola. 1 II. It. Crane mid lamlly pent Snn- - ! ilny ami Monday with Mr. Crane' Inthrr Mr 1 1 rrlin. Itev, Unify gate a lecture here MihiiI lv evening H'lllni! ahaut hi trip atroM the tinier, nml niter Hip lecture Ilia )nuug people lnld at the church In watch the New Year and Hollflowor. I'M Olarle. wlui hut been vl.l'lng irleud In Ud cummuiilly rutiirncil lo St. Ijotil Wediieiulay. Onenr Sailor anil wife were In town Century In. Monday liming furiilliirr In go lu Ml Kale ItaUrr returned In lirr bnii-Kci'il t'n. chuol Sunday, Marry Hull rcturiipil to Montgomery Ml' (Iran llnrrltnii til Muutgnm. Monday where lie in al tending trip nl. ,ery pent lln hnltdn) with rclatltu Chnrlet Hall went lo til. Loul l-t i frlrmla here. Saturday. Itev. ,11m Hell lllloil Id appoint- Joe lll.hop and Howard Welch '" Sunday were In Wellavllla lam .Satiinlay. ) Mlr tlrahaui I'ave Wfduenlay The Hall Friday night wa well at- jfor Mrilrn "hero llicy attend colleg...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 January 1901

SKINTOIfflMS And every Distressing Irritation of the Skin and'Scalp Instantly Relieved by a Bath with .. And a single anointing with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. This treatment, when followed in severe cases by mild doses of CUTICURA RESOLVENT, to cool and cleanse the blood, is the most speedy, perma nent, and economical cure for torturing, disfigur ing, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair ever compounded. Millions of Women USE CUTICURA SOAP, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stop ping of falling hair, for softenmg, whitening, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, Itching, and chaflngs, In the form of baths for annoying irritations and lnllaramatloru, or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative antiseptic...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 January 1901

D AT TOE STATE CAPITAL. World-. I itlr f-eoiils lletlr to Se.thsMI IIIU llr-rrtvo Heller Utirl To HapurrM Mors Doctors. Jefferson Clty.Dcc. 31. World' fair people will work for a good appropria tion for tl.o mlllllo. Thu mili tia will bo mi Important port of tlia fair. When the building of tlia Chi cago fair were dedicated there wo n Brand military display. Troops were present from almost every tnte iu the Union. Missouri uai there with one regiment. When the Chicago fair was opened there won nnolhcr grnnd display. The inllltln of Missouri U In a bad way. It In worse off than It vtn when the wnr with Hpnln broke out. There It not much doubt If the mili tia of other males had been ns poorly equipped us Xllssourl's, and the Unit ed States army and nnvy on the same sort of war footing, Kpiiln would haT licked Uncle Sam us quick as a hun gry pup would a greasy skillet. In those days Missouri's inllltln could not have stopped n dog light, lis arms were mora dangerous to the men than to 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. — 4 January 1901

1 The Tkikune. Frldny, - - .liunmry I, 1IWI. lien.!;-tri. shipped a rsr load nf I iniil" in Si l.'i.n.t MoimUv i.litl.t. Hubert Noilbc.itl nf I'nres llrmi.h vl.lniij t 1 1 I- illy la.l S 1 1 1 1 1 1 )' liniim In' I tins i III I Alili U IUoii apr nl tew We'l.illle la.l rtntnl.i . .s. W. I'enllul I 'i Ice's llrm.tl. on nurstrseta last Monday. ltev, .lul.l.aiilt spent n tl'iv .lata Mexico tin' llrtl ol Ihu neck, j Will lllue i.l 'll.lllli.uir. iarl In Hie Ural nf I In' yrnr aa t Tlilhl.'M: reader. , Thorns, llaiigh ami Sni.i Ijiok. r nlj Uii- (iniiima iiolglihirhl were im cor .tt.-ela la.t !?atur.la)'. 1 Mr. nml Mf Nsl Wmley nf Now Florence were In Montgomery City 'I ue.dnt, slmpplng, Mm I 0. fiovo nml h.r niece Mt e..,t .Milliliters were vlaltmg frlrnita 1 1 Mrilni I In- llrt nl tin' neck. , I'alilu l'tult of liuiiiiiiit rmnn In Im I'rldsy mnl went In St, l.i.ul. In Vt.ll relative" n few da) a .lliliil I. I rax I lm ri'llti'il hU plnre limr Inivn In Mr Morris, terms one' lull of grain...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 January 1901

.7 THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, lUOl. Though the Hnwaiin Delegate in Con gicss has no vote in the limine, ho drawn in mileage, $2,000 us a consolation prize. Colonel A. "V. Laffcrty ami James Hall were in St. honis "Wednesday, trying the Donaldson cane in the Court of Appeals. An American soldiersends home from Lu zon n narative of "a hike eastward toward the Pacific." Old geographical ideas have heen much revised during the pant two years. Hireling a hole in the ground is hardly a iii.m1i in Allien, where a telegraph pole is net in a Masted opening, and water poured around the bast to freeze solid. A Georgia woman mdlcd if'-'liliO last year hv making old fashioned cane syrup after her mother's rei-inc. The introduction of glucose trash has opened nu opportunity to honest workers. .CONOKI&HONAI COMiMITTDH. Tor the benefit of a nuniher of imiiiring friends we give below the names of the Rc puhlicau Congressional Coinmittce fortius...

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. — 11 January 1901

"Vt Ti-i b Tkihi i n re. Prldny, Jnnunry 8, 1001, a rvar aaaac aataai ar Tan-aa rowot a. CREAM IltRlictt Motions, World's P!r tlnlJ iMsttl, Midwinter Prtr I It '. -ir V. w.Ura -V 4ufm ulai'i. tl.7 tirr lr'i-il'i.l " f'Intlili' ItK'r lit NVrt I'lnrrm-i witi 1 1 j .Sunday. S V, Worley n'iit luit Hun ilny In I.ihiIk. Three Men Killed at Wcllsvlllc. Jom-ph Htcln nnil Clinrli: Huher, ' of Kninas Clly, Mo., nnd Clinrli!. Rlurkmelrr of St. . LouIh, were killed at Vllvlllo Sutiiliiy inorti Iiik at I o'clock liy freight train No. !).", K"l'tC went. It m't'm Hint till! men were Itt'ittllii thulr wny to Knimnit City, nnd wore on mi oil ' Innk enr. The Irnln which wri In clmrce of t'oiiduetor .lohn Wl tliiM mid Knulneer I). II, Iteed, lirulie In two e isl of town on n, xteep (;r:ide, nnd in the liend end' enme to n tilop nt the depot the rear I end oiini" crnililiiK Intn the hond, , mill the men mi r caught between n Imx enr of meri'hnnilWe nnd Hid oil l.'inlt mid eruilied to denth. The' men we...

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. — 11 January 1901

r - S ft The Tribune, Vxldy, - - January 8, 1001 Alth Our ExchancoS. Pahtiirlhrr 0 Doar Qfirl 9 Rfldfl Front Jone.burK Jouruh ' UIIUIIIIR uuui uuu u ...... Hum lo Mr. mill Mr. .lark uaKer.i Tbe average (flrl iu the course o( time lusrrles, say. n llinuulillut writ er. Ami lin doesn't itmrrv n million, tire; alio marrle. n man who KOcs for six days In a week dllni: fur six dollars, tl In tlm .wife', part of (lie partnership In save ll for htm. Hut If .lie doesu'l know liou.ekrcpluK fur ther than bakers Iirrml ami fried beef. teak, IIib cham-fs are the Istnlly will atwav lie poor, that the inau will (jail shaving mote than once a wnk aim Hie ulrt will slomlck aruiiml lu n wrapper anil the dlrtjfaicd kid will go rained ami tick; dial Hie iluctrr will take all Iho money t'.e. ifrcurr Iravri. Ami Hint Hip love ilrrain will. nun l.c liter ami the devil will sitting hrsldu (lie 68-crnt alarm clock IioIiIiiik hi. side, auit lau(hllin nt wbal apuililliiL' lie lias not. Dr. V. II. l-tiwls, I....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 January 1901

The Tribune, Itrlday, January II, 1601 her i liiiir enter Helen Koil I b 1 h i t - Hc( tor hlq .A New Florence, Mr. Aim Davaull ol Joueahiirg v apeul tjuuday with liU lirollier Hon. I All. tavnlt. nim ncia mniincyrr returned 10 tier iho.i ilullc In I'ulloti, Munda) corning. Harry Durnaii went In Hi. Loul. latt I'rlday where li experts lu se cum vturk. Aiul lUlliucjtr gave Ills )oung friend a uclal dance at Knlltue) rr lixll Friday evening. Mr. and Un, .1. II. Marshall peiit he Ural ol I ho wrek In 81. Coula. II. ('. (iainll mill wit rrlnrucil front c'oliiinlili. .Stlurday wherr Hint liml been vlatllug Ihelr full Villi. I.lli ((arret. Judge ly-n vi'll unil family lelne.l Dr. I'liriiinii auil llllli) Itin ill .loue-burg, tjiiuilay. Ml. m,. Willie Carilwell ami Wludaur returned In their school iln lie iliia week alter a pteaiaiil vl.ll Willi We l.iriuer'a inulhrr. Ml" Ji-lo lnke atlemtcd tin ndlelal ling untie V, 1', tj. O. K I Mih tilth ilUlrici which convened In hi, ImiU lait .Saturd...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 January 1901

The Tribune. I'ubllat.aci Kv.ry Friday TIE TRIBDRE PRIHTIIG COMPART. D. W. MAJOR, Editor. Terms $1.00 per Yenrln Advance. Lincoln Park School. Wo de-Ire to .lucerely thank all wlio a.aleie.l lu mir entertainment fr tin- heuelli of our library. Ily tlilo fflorl, I bo colored people have ahown not only their Inlerrat In I lie education n( our people In Mont gomery, but have demontlrnted llirlr Wlllluguer to help, lu any nay Ihey enn, any in ivemeiil dcilgu.-.l to help U( on Inward good aud uieful citizen. tlilp. We have aceuri-il a book-caee, awl aeiu an order for book which will h. lierrj noil. Wit hope that the llbrnr.t may urow, aud be foatcre.1 aa well a tin- general lulereat ot our irhool Wit had the following plrataiit callt-ra Tueday altrruonii of la-i week: M Until (ietinra AMera.m trim 14 a alu.lfiit III l.lnc-ilil Iniltlutr. Chaill" Taylor, who I teaching Hie colored achool at W'arrriiljti, anil Mr ! Nathaniel Harper, of llil rlly. Thl la a uood beginning III the way ot visi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 January 1901

A- n i i n fit 5 1 ' 0 Thk Tkmbune nilillulind C.vr ITHIuy 'elected irrainl Waaler and nerved one 'jlrnii, when ti rrlirril rnim nffoi i Alter one ycar'a real t.e vi4 recalled lo (ho iirwnl iat In IHCH. III Oct . ,,- tlB'Tllir miPUY 1 "' (limfii (trami arrrrinry, THE TR1BUHE PRiNTIHG C01PAHT. wli,r(i )(i,iin he ,,,,,,, , Jpre.eut lltue, illicliariflhir Ihn tliilln I wild cri-dll In lii tlf mid honor to I). V. MA.imt, KDlTlill. Tuuiik Sl.00 per Yi-nrln Atlvnntr. Cubannd Unltod Stntos. llAV.t va. -Ian. .. I'll" Cuban cm atllultntial rniivrnllnn I" miialdcrliiK two prnunilitallnua ' fiitiiri' rt Inline between Cuba I""' I'11"'"'1 Stale.. OMPfif iIiv-p alllriin, I" I" Hot plan-, ' MiipliiniPid M"" i... ..... lime- ami tin- iMaiill.hinei'l ' irl I. relatione ltli H lilloi., ; thecralt. I Cninircaaiiiati .lami a I), Itlehard.nu i of Teiiiie.ce U Imw oviTfl(.'ii uriud , jcniiiinaiulrr nf I hp aiiprrmo council. I Aiclehl Accepted .Si'otllali lllte.) muthrrti Jiirladlctlini, vlen Thontaa. Hu...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 January 1901

.1. THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 3? VOL IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY S, U)Ol. NO. 1.3 m "GREAT AMERICAN DESERT' STORIES. NIMIIIlit uni:. Those nl' im who studied geography twen ty-Five or llurtv years ago learned tliti .Marshall, Mo., got mail at Tni'lo Sam and took a "home grown" count of her own people. I'licles Sam's enumerators gave her r.()S( and according iothn Pcmncratie-Xcws the town has exactly ii.Kili. a gain of :(.")(). IdCM tion and boundaries of tin "(treat American Desert," but since tliat tinie, it lias Faded from the earth and aNo from our geograph ical maps. During its passage a new style of architecture sprang into vogue on the tiliiinu nl' wi'-icHi ICniwas. Nebraska and cas- tern Colorado, which architecture. ..No has (undertaken once bcFore hut for some reason followed the pilling of the desert and hoth was dropped have gone the way ol all the earth. The "Dug-out' and "Nid Nianty were An effort is now being made 'by the peo ple of Stuhenville, O. to ...

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. — 11 January 1901

mm- 3wt I;. iik This Tribune. Friday, - - Jnnunry II, 1901. Scott Harrison inntlu it (rip to Wnrronton, Wi'dnosdny. Newton'Cornellus, cast of town, delivered to Palmer & Covington, In this city Inst Monday, HI hcnd Hon. Kob't B. Lewis. Ona of thn most rcDrescntntlve Missouri men In Colorado Springs j C. C. Monrhcnd, of HcIIHowit, wan on our streets Tuesday. Neal Clark woh transacting busi ness In New Florence, Wednesday. Ilnrry Schnfcr was In Wollsvlllo n few hours Wednesday on bul- lll'MM. .IiiiIui .1. I). Harnett wns in .St. 1.-JU1M ihm I ui Hiiny on icgai ...isi-. )in,,1(. (ol(r , ,,, ncss, Jerry Carr Is conlliied to IiIh room this week with severe nl Inrk of grlpp. W. H. Mlllcm of Kl. I.oiiIh, wns thr gilc-tof MImh Nellie Ilogsctt In Ihl city lnl Kimdiiy. Haermane Charles. Mr. Abraham Bacrmnnc and MIhh Lizzie fl. Chnrles both of thlK of cattle that wcro ready for tho , cltyi wcro mnrfiC(i t th homo of perhaps tho most representative of marKi i. i ncy were snipped the brldo'n...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 January 1901

-i"-r'-fttiitiiti THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, lUOl. NO. 14 I' It a". Detailed Account and Statement (II ltfcnij,KP"i'llllHf nnJ Indol'ttJ nMol City of Moulicuiufrjr, fur llir lultjmr riiilliiicDrt'fratii'r.ll l). MiCKlrTH Km in Heal rtlF tax Krnni lVraonal tax From llrani :lio Meriini . .. From Mrrrlianlalax Krtfiu 1-ruiiiUi'iiotie Mci'imc Krii.it a-ile of li-metiry lta From Ileal ritalr ta ilrlliiiirnt I'miu M'alrr In llmlclln. l-'relil AM In Miiiltpux .Yrllte Kriiin IVnaltli-a mi ilrltmillrlit lax Kreiu AU Vai tax Fmiii tVunnal tax ilt.lniiii'iit Y 'uiii I'iiiiliI trea Kmul Sale t l.tiiulirr t'to.b ur Water tlikrl Frmii Mil f alk tax Frmii Mrrrt tax nii3:S Ti'l.fcl MU.IM 2.11 Hi oi.mi UM.M a; J wi IH. KI 14.".". II. 40 1:1.10 1-J.mi KM 7.1.1 :M i.i i Tulal rrrrlpla llalantr .iiinr .). Itn... fixer in mm. tJ.7 I iU 4...7I 4il.:i SI.SSI si a; II) KV r'nrl.ljrlit Fur HalnrlrM nf ofllcrre F.irOil. I.uinl.ir ,. ... For ri.m. aalf ti m...

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. — 18 January 1901

CHliVlTIES OK FOK. "Johnny," rjuciiid llie teacher, "ivlinl letter come after Ai" "All llu- leit of thciil,"tvathctriiliuliatit reply. Utile Chronicle. Kind Ijidy "l'nor fellow, haie you mi friend?'' Itnp lliizzanl ".Vn, niiuii; 1 hain't not nohmlv I nit relMiVef." X. 0. Tinic-l)i'liinciM. It Inn liteii rnld t tin t i-iiceli wn Riven mini to cnnlile liini to reveal 111 lliniif'hlt, lint it un n midliH I r nu t i t i In many ui'ic ( "lnt-iiy I l.i il Nt'llS. The Hlcrn I'ather "llavejntt any mean., Miimjf iimn any 'jh rtn lliiiin?" The Siiitnr "I ii rln inly had uhm I (nine in In no you." Ili-lnii TraiiMTipt. "My, that nan nartim i e.i'e for mel" "What wnr Irnlliy car ran nu r .lonca, hn lilt ut Nu. till I M.nn fin 1 1, mill I liunt Nn. Cliii." I'liuiilililiiii li'iriinl. "Ah!" lie iimnitnl. "I ta af-iiiwe In l.lii'i' linn win N he mill I NiK n I ii I. " Yi t rln- enold lilauie mi mie hilt hti.ilf, fur flu' nan nu spring "hirken. Il.il'iimiti' A i ii 1 1 ii 1 1. Hniiil.i cht--"Si lien...

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. — 18 January 1901

r . . .- TOPICS OF iNTEnncr. Finland loses i5,JfO north of caltla a Jcar by tvoltes. There nre about 30,000,000 nerra o( unoccupied public land yet remaining In Montana, In the (Icorglan liingunpe, tpoken In the mountnlni betttcen the Caeplan ond the IllaeU tens i!nila meant moth er, and mama, father. Two hundred Chinese are cow em' ployed In the mines (it Znt.iecns, Mex loo, nnil are pltliiff sueli sntlafnctliin that more will be tent tor. A lecturer at the London imtyvllnla declared at n recent ineetlnir that rel ation In the propreia of leprosy could )r attained If atiltrrera ttuuld abstain wholly from catlnif Hah, The ntnlr of Afghanistan hna lulled nn order tlint nil the joutiu men throughout the country who are not permanently employed at ionic occu pation arc to Join the nrmy. Dr. Callus Hitter ton Itoehberp. ot Ourlabnil, la probably the tildes t prne t loin? physician In the uorld. lie l t" y tnra of nge, luchs after the poor of the tnvMi and pott to the thrnlir rrp. tilarl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 January 1901

The Tribune. PubllaliaU Kvary ITIilaiy THE TBIBGHE PEl'lTlPC COIPAM, 1). W. MAJOH, Kditoii. TKRMN $1.00 ftr Ycaxln Advance, Locust Crovo School Notes The iilleu'lanie la limn II hi been hut roiialilprlhc Ilia bd wellier xuil Icklit-ap. It U llll very itood. A number o( pupils bvr beeu 'f dy. I'leea tend Tour clillilrun lllll' earlier. Mont nf IIik puplla rr doluit eirel lent work. They lT IIik eneric ml determination lo succeed nud II they will milv rnullnur at the hvr, they mtfly in" their mrk In tn the wiirdl. A lew r Intllueil IiiUk liul 1 tin iloln everything in my puwur In waken rii Intrrrtt ml llr llitm up. tnd believe I tn, lo nine eitiul, iiccfciIIuk. Parents- If yntir tlillil tin nul bni aluil)lhK ae that lir iliira, lur etrrt pupil U t'"n in"" wnrk llin Li? call iln In tcKoiil, ml link" he studlre home li la sure In he lll Ivasmia, 'I'll urtrul pupils nf Uicual (!rov e n.l ull.rr srhnnla will, III lew years be the leailluit rlllens nf Ibis (treat cuunlrv 'Ihen let a apere ...

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