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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 September 1903

THE TRIBUNE. l-uMl.lir.l l.r Tin: tiiiiiiim: I'm.tri.NO ro. H. KH.UU.K. MitnKlii iklimr. MONTCOMl'ltV. t MISSOURI. A MOCKINQ UII1D. Th' u ItiuUnJ mlntlrr: i.trrhtd In )onor lie. T) oil llrJ.n.iff!clAn In n b'.ii'ffmv roll. Trli-kMer of tuitc thou iiinut r,eat bjr hota n rivals' ioi:c nr.. win Ihctr Uvn to ir.re! TI.ju porctrtr of iodk. wl.o rnnl with Lure lu to llitcn; ll.ou nhoiie tlrndtr intuit t full of music. Iiulltln notr by not: Mimic of music, tins thou on to in! Ct.utltr of Mncklilrtl. unrl.lt of lh rn. Jul of the J.o. nhd liiiMton of thr tl.ru.lv .Niii! ctrrr lil'.l thut rvtr bird hu knon 1 t.inrj him Jrillnn for nnlillr; nml lhn, Softly upon the mornlnit In a RUh Of lirlc !on I heard him roll hl on. rrank lKimit.r Hhtraun, In Ltillt't Monthly. 1IA1H) TIMES IV U ATI! 1)1 l. Yo wore milking u payment on our house, timl lln' Inovitublo ix'llv ooniioinloH were dreadful. 1, being tin- ohloHt, Ml Unit I ought K net mi example for the other. Mini offered to do without my fiivnrll...

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 September 1903

St. Louis Store. mm Having purcli:iHcrl from an Htm tern Jobber a 20,000 dollar ntoelc of neasonnblc merchandise at !! centn on the dollar we Hliall innugnratu the grenteHt Hale wo have' ever attempted. This Hale will commence MONDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 14ffi And continue until all goods are sold. One half of this eiiormoiH Htoek we have Hhippud to our Hannibal Btoru and the other wc have had shippud to this Htore. The utoek is all new, fresh, ntylirth and up-to-date merchandise and will be sold at a price far lower than you could buy them if you wero in business. AVo Hhall malic npceial prices on all goods through out the store to make this sale the largest wo have ever held. New goods are now coining in every day and all uhall add interest and extra snap to the great sale, just as the new fall season h making her advent felt by the cool mornings and evenings. Do not forgot the date MONDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 14tli. Bo on hand oarly and get your share of these bargains. 1 MILLER & ...

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 September 1903

I C- T T Tl k 1 T I" TV A ' TT TV T-T C3 KJ 1 JT'JLJtVlViJClN X Montgomery Tribune September 4, 1903. l-'rinn firs. Olllvcr. Aop;. 2u. Wo leave our ninny dear friends In Sutler county uml toko tlio trill 11 nf Oswald. Iiiiiiul curt nt Davln nnil arc nft for S1111 I'rmictsco. Our Junior partner on tlilt routi) hiivu r 11 ni; otT. Mr, i: M. OHvur "took tin- dlillU" nml inuoli to our (llMipiolntnii'iit iiH well ns her own, Ihuoi'ht best to rest Hint she mluht licltcr enjoy the trip to Portland Oionnu. Our ostcccmed nephew Arthur llooiiu iict'ouipnnlcil us on this trip mid whim w net to the city wv iopi to seo ninny thing Unit vu li 11 vt not scon before for Ar thur formerly II veil In Sun Fran cisco mid hu known how tn tnku iih to nil tln good plnee. Wo see tin.' coast rnuK" mountains from tlio Mir window. We have net or lost sluht of the tulo (,'niHH. It KrowM In tin' lowlands that over flow alonu thi sldo o! the Siioru nii' 11 to ltlvcr uml In cooil for ctiltlo when III young nnil te...

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 September 1903

m w a 70 HEAD OF HORSES 70 Tins imiliwigiiiMl will tiHVr nl I'nlilif sale Mt till' San Sinn-i Stuck I'lirin i!inilc mnitli nl' .Montninurv City THURSDAY SEPT., 17th 1903 Tin lit (if hoivcs cdiisisiiii til' iinhriikt'ii yearling, Iwh'm iiinl llni'o year old. Tlicv inv Inwii ami Smith Dakota luuil anil pohht'.-H the genuine type nl' the Hrai't cla-M, being .Voiiiinn lVicheon and Coach IiIhihI ami making 1100 tti 1100 piiiiml hoiv.cs. This U thi' heat lot of horses i-vt-r brought to Montgomery (.'utility iiml poMtivuly no C.iynsc. or Mustang hlooil in them. Tht'y arc. uii't ami reus oualily gentle, for unliamlli'il hirscn. If yon come an n buyer, I'll trout you nicely, If you I'oiiiu an n visitor I'll show vou iiiori! good Iioim'h for the number than you over wiw in the rough in any out' bunch. COME EVERYBODY- Sulo commences promptly at 10:30 a. m. IVnil'C A credit of six muutliH wllhuut Interest (.I iii.s will bo given on bankable notes with up proved security, or approved chattel sec...

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 September 1903

PUBLIC SALE! AT MONTGOMERY CITY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 9, 1903. IS 65 HEAD OF HORSES 65 Consisting principly of nliort ono tuul two year olds most of which me bred from Morgan and Jlamiltonian stock, with clean Hal bono with plenty of Htylo and action. There are also Home good heavy lionu draft colts that will dcvclopu into good farm and brood marcs, weighing from 1100 to l'J.-)L lbs. Thn-tu are all fair size and good colors. A V ill also havo a fuw older homes. This is an opportunity for farmers to get some well bred young stock at your own prices. DON'T MISS IT. E. D. MOORE, MANAGER Poytonla. The weather la cool nt this writ ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Crow nml daughter Suslo who Hvch cast o( Loutro Crock visited nt II. It. I Kcclo's Sunday. Mr. Curtis Goodman attended 'tho High Point Sunday School ptcnlc on Llttlo Loutro creek list Saturday Aug., I'll. A good many people enjoyed the feast. Curtis W. Coodman was at Montgomery City on business Inst ' Saturday. j Nathaniel S. I'cnn has rom ....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 September 1903

INSURGENTS BURN . , AND BUTCHER New Outbreaks Reported; Rebels Continuing Their Ravages. COMMIT WHOLESALE MURDERS hi- liiliftltllnnfa l'nnlr1lrlrkrn nml llir tlllliurlllr-llil.r I.imI.111 I nil Iriilllnt.- lllii.vn I'fi Hi line metis nl lllilnLlllir. Hofln, llnlcarln, Aus. 31. DIspalMios rco-lvcd, Hominy, fnim Connlmillnoplc, Halonlta, Monasllr nml Adrlanopln to rr.il nn equally unsatisfactory rcindl lion nf nlTalnt In Macedonia, r'ront ttalnntcn tome reports (if now rising At .Mnnnatlr llic Insurgent are alil In le mastcra of thn situation. Tele Krams from Adrlnnoplc iloclnro lli.it tho Insuriccnl bands nro foulinuliuf I heir ravage. At Ilia moment Urn iiorlo Is naklnis llrlclum In supply oltlrcrs for Ihn Mn icilotilnii KcmlnrmTlo I tin Hwrdlsh nm lutssndnr nl Constnnllnoplo ban noil tlrtl I lip Turkish Kovcrnmcnt Hint iin lent t hoy receive tliclr pay Immediate ly, tho Hwlss olllccr nnw at Uskuli wilt lento llm country, i ho llnrviill: sayn Ibo Hrrvlan diplo matic: ni!rnt bun noti...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 September 1903

it J if . g-1 ILLINOIS CATTLE BARN. lrtK- Knnimri ti .Irrnnimnilntr Oat Iluuilrpil Atilmrtla In tha Itrluht nr Comfort Vt'e sulimlt llic plan (or a cattlo bart. which wc liavo uard for three years rind roiisldcr tho Ictt of nny wo have sron, wrlto liittman Uros., ot Hancock, iminty III., In Breeders (larcltv. u c ob tained mir plan from John Clark, of 1 1 1 1 -titiln, who has used li.irns Wit' It for many years. Tlie- larn Is SO fect by 8 fect. It Is a pulo Lnrn, with posts 20 fect Med, v. , ' Tllli KAHTMAN 1IAUN. Will B corn trlb $0x12 feet runs through thorcntcrof thebarn, Tbc lower boards of tho crlli tiro hinged, nnd feed boxes built on n level with the crib bottom, so ns to make practically a sclf-feedrr, especially when fccdlnc shelled corn. lings sleep under tho corncrlb. 1 layracks on tho sides nro 80 feet long, Hay Is put In nl thu ends of tho barn. GllditiR doors, controlled by weights, nro used at the ends of the mow. They nro closed when tho hay Is In tho mow. There nro ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 September 1903

ii; II 23 27 Contlntml rrom it .1. 21 1-2 bent drnft horse, mnro or gelding, .') and under I. Ornvcs & Nowlin COO bcxt drnft mnro or gelding 1 yr nnd under 2, J. I'. ItodKcm Jr. - - 2.50 llncst coll thoroughbred. let, Montgomery Co., Ilnnk ... fi.00 2nd, Montgomery Co.. Bunk ... 2.50 20 1-2 best thoroughbred horso nmrii or gelding I'. Henslcy . . 5.W) 101 beat drnft marc, 3 yrs old nnd over. Cort Stcuart, Season o( Jnmbo. best gcntlcmnn rider be twocn III mid 25 years of ngo, Buel Henslcy 250 lliirnnm Slsk ".50 - - 5.00 2nd, Htistllcnxlcy - -2.50 bcxt Indy rider. Ill yrs nnd over, James Ferguson 5.00 bet saddle station nny ago 1st, Montgomery County Hank, 7 .50 2nd, Montgomery Co.. Hunk, - - . 2.50 bent pr. hnrnc mares, .'I years nnd under, I''. It. Hkc, clgnr cabinet bext gentleman's roadster. Sum T. Jennings . - 7.50 2nd, .Sum T. .lennlngH, 2 iunrtH Old Kentucky Hye 80 12 tl ll'J I suni:!1 .i.v imos. bent pair lamb nny breed, F. Long 2.50 71 best buck lamb, Albert Auchlcy 2.50...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 September 1903

I5W MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 11, 1903. NO. 48. T. T. Johnfon was transacting business In Mexico Monday. J Wm. Welch of Bellflowcr wns on Montgomery's streets Monday. Students: You enn get tho bent tfcjtnblctattho City Dnun Stohe. Miss Mnud Cobb of Mlddlctown visited friend here last Sundny. Cort Stcunrt visited relntlvcii over nt Fulton Monday nnd Tues day. Miss Frances Jordan lefl Mon day for Klrksvlllo lo attend tlio Stnlo Normal. I Miss Ettn Mny Goodrich returned Mondny to Mexico where shot teaches In I In r din College. . ook In our chow window. If you don't seo what you wnnt In- quite at tho ClTV DUUO STOItE. j ThomaH Hays nnd faintly left Atonday for their homo In Kansas j after n visit with George IlnyH nnd family. ( Malcam Sailor returned toj Columbia Monday nnd entered tlio j law department of the University for nnothcr year. t News I nowsl news I Yes wo, want tlio nuws. If you know nn Item come In nnd tell us or write; It an...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 September 1903

I; i. x ! ; u ! i I S I t THE TRIBUNE. I'nhllaliril hr Till. TIIIIIIINK rnlNTINO CO. A. Ik KCAIILI'. aiantglnc Kdllor. MONTfiOMUIiY. MISSOURI. The Kantaa City Journal rcmnrlt: "Conviction fur boodllng In Missouri Ooulitlcnii nro unpleasant, but there 1 nothing In the record no far to show (hat they Intcrfcro with n rami' lib erty. And the record Is growing old." Another rail on Mr. Hockcfcllor may im expected at mi distant day. l'rosl dent Harper sny the University of Chi cagi la running behind at tho ratu of 1200,000 jer nnnum. Kvlilcnlly orumi roy la not tauishl In tho Windy Clty'u educational Inxtltutlon. Jnn Kiibcllk, the dark anil elfish lit tin Hungarian vlollnlit with tho lu ff rutaMo eyes, Is married, It was luvo match between Jan anil tho beau tiful Countess Mnrlannn Culiy, nnd Ihochnnicsnro tliat.bclnRnow husband and wife, (hey will lho hapully over after. Hera's an out lit for a Knnsas drug Morn, as elven by (ho Kaunas City Htar: Two hundred dollar' worth of fixture", lio...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 September 1903

m w 70 HEAD OF HORSES 70 The nndeisigneri will offer at Public snle at the San Solid Stock Farm 2 miles south of Montgomery City THURSDAY SEPT., 17th 1903 i:en yearlings, making This list of horses consisting of unhrol two's and three year old. They are Iowa and South Dakota bred and possess the genuine type of the Draft class, being 2soruian J'ercheon and Coach blood and 1100 to 1100 pound horses. This is the best lot of horses ever brought to Montgomery County and positively no Cayuse or Mustang blood in them. They are ijniet and reas onably gentle for uubaudled horses. If you come as a buyer, I'll treat you nicely, If you come as a visitor I'll show yon more good horses for the number than you cvor aw in the rough in any one bunch. --sCOME EVERYBODY Sale cornmonces promptly at 10:30 a. m. Tprni'C "''d'1 of six months without Interest I CI 1 1 1. a wi bo given on bankable notes with ap proved security, or approved chattel security, notes to draw H per cent lutcrcxt from data If no...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 September 1903

If If I 9 ft! .' if 1 1 !' l: 11' THE TRIBUNE. FubllMliad Ivory Kridny. HV- TIII2 TMUUNR I'KINTINO CO.. A. I). Ki:adi.k, Mnnnglng Kdltor. Subacrlntlnn In Advanoo. One Copy, dim Vcir $1.00 Phone )). Friday, September 11. 190 Fnthcr dross Is sick with tlm fovoi. County Court met In regular term hero Monday. "A Honolulu Coon" nttlio opera houro next I uesday night. Hvcrtt Spears wont to St. Louis Monday to ntleiid business college Ituv. Sum KiiincN vloii'd a hik: cessful meeting nt Now IIiip.) .Sunday. I). Siii'thou will sell n tow (Irnln Ac Seed criicrnlorH nl rutin cod price, Wo hud come weather this week similar to our Street I'nlr weather Inst yenr. WANTUPtIlonrders or room crs during tho Street I'nlr. Mum. IIl.i.ii.N (loviato. Ilr. Cox oi WellHVillo was transacting hurlncss before tlio county eourt hero Tiio-day. Mrs. ('. K, lllshop r.-tiir tn:l to her homo nt St. I.oiiIh Monday nfter several weeks vllt with nor parent Mr. ami Mrs. (, 1,. Spears. Mr. nud Mrn. (!. II. Dtinhip ro tu...

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 September 1903

r ) BIk Spring. The farmer nro Retting their ground In order to sew a big crop of wheat. Judga Llchto nnd Judge Bauer left town this morning to attend County court nt Montgomery City. There will be nn leo cream sup per given Sept. 12, for tho benefit of tho Big Spring bund. Come and hnvo a good time. Joo Schrofl will thresh IiIk Inst crop of wheat to-day. He had a fine run this season Miss Lilly Jones, tho orphan girl that Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer took to rnlHO was taken back to tho orphan's home. Dev. TuschofT left hero to attend Conference to bo gone three weeks If nil tho people of this vicinity would haul gravel on this road like Mr. Whiteside did, wo would soon havu good roads. Misses Carrie and Minnie SchrofT will put In n new stock of millinery goods this week, Mr. Ham will tako chnrgo of tho Liberty School at lllg Spring next Monday1 tho 1 Ith. Dr. Xowllu performed nn oper ation on Victor Fcmmcrlusl Mon day. A mill bow In tho west this morning, loookout for rain be foro night...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 September 1903

132 in in Continued from k I, best peck apples any kind 1st prem. . . 1.50 2ndtirem. - - - 1. 00 My Mulunl Dencllt Life Insurance Co., It. H. McG'all District Agent. VEGETABLES. . T. MUSS, Aii;irilrni(illll, 111 largest pumpkin, Tribune. I yrs suhscrlp tlon. 112 bcsthnlfbu. Irish notaloes 1.00 J. Iv. Itodgcrs. bust peck iiarsnlns. Tribune 1 years sub scription. best halt dozen beds. Tribune I yearn sub scription. 1 13 largest watermelon, I pound Star tobacco, W. W. Iliitnuiiiek. 1 1(1 bout bushel turnips, fitrcet Fair Association. ..V) 117 linfaf ietr ..'. K..nnu - - - jiki.n .....j .limn, f L.C.Unvc, Merchandise l.,V I IS beet Imlf bu. while onions MrM. Allli) Covington .75 I III heaviest head of cahbago .MrH. AllluCovlngton .50 150 best I -2 bu sweet potatoes I.. C. (Jove, Merchandise 1.50 151 best display of vegetables one pair shoes - 2.50 llnyH At Itodgcrs. 152 greatest vegetable eurlo, A. O. Hudson - . I .(HI CEREALS. TIHta. T. .OII.V.SO.V, .Miirr(iilrmliiil 100 best bain oat ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 September 1903

TURKEY-BULGARIAN Outbreak of Hostilities Expected to Take Place Any Day. 200,000 TURKS IN MACEDONIA The fttlltnit Mnlntf Trimim mi tti llorilcr Siialrly lit Vnlilimtiiii ltfktrrllliK I tic ffilfrl)- of Anirr. Irnit llritlilriilft In TtirLc 1-omlon, Sept. 6. Tlio Haitian filtna tlon ahows no nlun of Improvement. Imleeil, In Constantinople) It la now thought wnr liolweon Turl.y nml 1 J nl fcarla Is Incvltnlitc, hut the Turkish am Imssailor In London Insist Inutilities ran only result from nr. orrrt net on the part of llulenrla. Tho Bofln gov ernment, on the other lintiil, preserves otrlct neutrality, ns mlrltcil hy ltu tin nnd Austria. i'iiMiiTioNi iiiicomimi whiipi:. Mnrriloitlil Mrnlnlitir Harry- rrf to I'nrrr lliilHiirlu Intu Wiir -Kofla, Iliitpirla, Sept. X In ofllrlnl quarter there Is n suspicious nbn-tico if news from tho Interior of Maicilunla . iitnl alio from Adralnople, ami It Is feared that the conditions there nra Htendlly liecoinlnrj worse Tho Mace donian organisation nre...

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 September 1903

r Tit HBtfi )W isTsf f iff 15 w i73Si5F-.r i 3 Z i un.. L j i? i . . j. Have you seen the wonderful list of premiums of MONTGOMERY'S GREATEST FAIR f a. a. It is now ready and tliu secretary will take great pleasure in mailing you a copy for tliu askiug. If you have not already received onu better get it NOW. It will interest you. THE TRIBUNE. I'rlday, September 11, 100,1. HARDEN 01' 01)I:N DISCOVERED Pronl Positive That It was In Mont gomery County. -not Wcllsvllle but two Miles further Went. "Wcllsvlllo, Mo Postmaster: Montgomery City, Mo. Dear Sir: If you see tliu pnrty I who Ih hunting iunlnt articles (or Mlnooln Mm. Leo WJIdnton nml chlld- .1 (J I I .... tl',l. ilny to spend two weeks with Hit tni.tlii.p Mm. .Immlf. IVllli. ... . , , ' uiu i.uuii-iiiiui ruruiiusu i.xuoniuuu MM (llov im linker returned o Uwm twomM,wc,l of St. Louis lrl.lny when, ho IH Wclire for ml olll rto0 It tench ngaln this winter. ,,.,,,,.., ,., ,, , I II ' I " " " 11 catnip ten on (or the baby. Hcspcctfully...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 18, 1903. NO. 49. Subscribes for Tho Thidune. Sco tho now foil hata at Silts Emran Turner's. .'Miss Vco Barley spent o few 1mrs In Mexico Tuesday. Dr. D. O. Hudson tnado ntrlp to Wollsvlllo Wednesday. Students i You can get tho best ro tablet at tho City Dhuo Stohb. Mrs. L. D. Hay eo Is visiting her ulster who is tick, at Louisiana, Mo. Miss Shelley Penney left last Saturday to attend the Chlllcolho business college. Miss OIHo Mllllkiin went down to Jonosburg Tuesday whero sho will nstltt In a millinery store. J. L. Wyllo vent over to Louisi ana Tuesday to visit his daughter II. O. Krebs n few day. Ouy Whitehead, mall cleric on Iho Wabash vlstted his parents north of town tho first of tho week. W. W. HnTnmock took n lllllo iccicatlon Wednesday nnd went tqulrrcl hunting out on Wolf creek. Look In our show window. If you don't teo hnt you want In qullo at tho ClTV DllfO STOItK. Hov. II. T. Cocke will hold servic...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

THE TRIBUNE, I'nlillalieil tir TIIK Tttllll'Ni: I'lllNTINO CO. A. ii. iti:Ain.i:. ,Mi.mr r.diior. UOXTCOMUl'.V. I I MISSOUIU. to Tlic Sick Man of Europe grows sick rr every hour with a dltcato which ipclla dcalli. Civilization iitilvc-rally revedta nl the massacres md nameless atrocities for which tlio Turk la iirca utly responsible. In Pennsylvania the atato and coun tl a offer to pay five-sixths of the cost of road Improvement, ami Milt some property owner hold hack about fur ii Iflilnt: th remaining one-sixth. Per haps the old ruti nnd mud holes In rplre a certain sort of affection. TLe suggestion thai (.'inula mWit be willing to take n ensh pivmcnl 'or re linquishing Ita Alntkan hnuntlary claim will net work. Other lanclca o( the snmo kind could he manufactured a fast on the Imagination could turn out inapa. Uncle Katn'a aurplua will not be In tit thnt way. Under a new rule Just promulgated "Wett I'nlnt (ndcta may riuoko pipes. PruLably It la Intended that pipes r hall conduce n...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'Hi.lUhi-d hr Tin: tiiiiiiink 1'itisri.vo ro. A. II. UI-tltl.K. Moln IMUor. UOXTCOMWtV. t i MISSOURI. A .MOUNTAIN COJtRESl'ONDENCK. I' n v !. iiiii;T-r hum im. My Hoar Allen I sincerely wish .von wore Vulorlc's mother Instead (if Iter guardian. I ( fall v llull'l HOC what use there Is (if II guilt diau If lie doe iih you (In, llVt'S Xllllt tip III Ills Ktllllll V house, w hile nil sorts of tlilngH mi1 Imp ponlng mill tuidcslriibh' men lire trying In imirr.v Valeric I know tills I) lilt Jlllllllll'll Up, lllll.llMlllv, 1 inn so provoked wit li tin child I (Imi't know wluit I inn wilting. What nil!' tlll'lllis ll.V lief M'IISoIcSH ..mil erratic way of olnj; on, turn lug otT nil tin nlri' nii'ii mill good .parties whom I ho other girls mo running nflcr, mill wlin Hush iiruiiiiil her, mill thciiouenuritglug Nlloh I III M'tl 1 1 1 MI M fl'lloWH IIH Itlchnnl l-Vlilon, going walking with 1 1 1 1 1 1 nml nlvln him tiioHt uf her dunces ul every I'litillnii nml laughing nl every...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

i ( !. '1W THE TRIBUNE. PubllMliud lCvory Krldny. liv Tlin TKIDUNB PKINTINO CO.. A. H. Kkadi.k, Mnnaglng Keillor. SubAorlntlon In Ailvanco. One Copy, One Year. . $1.00 I'lione go. Friday, September 18. 1003 E. P. Shay of Hallsvlllo pcnt a few day 11 hero this week. 11. A. IJarloy of Mexico spont Sunday at Montgomery. Or. O. E. Muns vlllo Wednesday. was In Wells. Miss Kclllo Claro went over to I'u Hon Monday to attend Hchool. W. L. O upton was transacting j business In Mexico Monday. I There will he a clean Republican ndrnlnlHtrnllou elected nuxt year for thu nation and llio slnto of Missouri. Miss Myrtle Johnson Is assisting Mliis Km ma Turner In tho milli nery ntoro. Judgo and Mrs. J. II. Whltti ar rived homo Sunday from their trip to Colorado. KIdor S. A. Kllcln left Thursday to attend a llaptist association In Macon county. There nro thrro or four denomi nations In thin country that nro largely responsible for the pur petuntlon of sectionalism. Is It right? President llninscy wil...

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