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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

Aft ''jag' v S GREATEST 8 IV SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER 1, 2, 3. avc .you voted tor the Fair Queen? Have you mnde arrangements to decorate your horse to ride at the Street Fair? Have you taken the Interest you should In the Farmers- Parade, Decorated Horseback Riders and Comic I'nrade? Tliuy uru worth competing for. Also gut your 1ivo Stock, Poultry, Cereals, Kruitx, Vegetables, Cake Jellie, all kinds of fancy work, etc., ready for tliu handsome prcmiiinm. .J Amorlcus. Mr. nntl Mm, Win. Holtwlck vi sited at Ithlncland.Frldny ntul Sat urday. Armlo Davidson nnd wlfo went to Khlnclnnd Saturday uventng. John Kohrmnn went to St. Louis Sundny. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Fred Stockhorst, Sunday, Sept. 13, a 11 no boy. Misses licrtha and Mntnlo Stu art visited Fred Ncldcgcrko nnd family Saturday nnd Sundny. Henry Zwelllo has purchased tlio old Illb farm on I. outre. Miss l'l ore n co Mnrlow who was ' so badly burned, Is slowly Im proving. Paul Itcnncfuld enme near hav ing ono of his arms broken whlln ...

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. — 18 September 1903

0 is 'A git Slayer of William Brandt Caugtl Near Belleville, 111. SHOWSNO REMORSE FOR CRIME I'minil Astern br HI. flair ('mini llttleer nml hpi .Hit llrsUtunce Ili-rlurrs llr I'rnrril 1'nllirr lu-l.nw VVniil.l Kill mm, Waterloo, III., Sept. M. William HnfTiiiann, who killed his fallior-ln law, William Itrnndl, nl Macvttuwu, III., last Monday evening, wai cap tured im thi) outklrt of Ilelledlle, III, r.unrtiay nitcriioon. by n forco oC den tity therm miller leadership of Deputy micrw mam in. In n slate of mental ami nhrsknl col lie, he fell asleep beneath a Irco im lli sldo nf tho rond, nnd when In tiwuko II wan In look lulu luo muzxlcl of two repeating nliotciins ami two ro vnlvcr. Ha tnadp no resistance, it h was unarmed. Hp wan delivered to Sheriff Thomas Itnch, nf Waterloo, at nasi HI. Umls, I.snrlilnir 1 hrenlrnril, Sheriff Ittith nnd liepmjr Wltllan i oim nrrivril t ten o clock with l luff. mum, from llcllevllle, on the Mobile A llhlii passenger train. Over four hun' drill pers...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

BLACK-NECKED GOATS. A llem! That I ImllapntnM j (In ol tliv Slrunafal unit llriilllil.at In llalaf.ncf'. The black-necked Valalsan roat Is es pecially attractive liccauie of Its pecul iar coloring, saja American Sheep llreeiler. Tho head nnil fore parts aro black, while the rear parts aro snow white, Tries,, two colors come toitetber at tho girt behind the shoulders, form Ier a sharply vertical line. In harmony with tlieso colors the daws ot the fore fid are alio black, while the rear oscs sre white. Seen from a. distance this breed re minds one somewhat of tho Angora Mn.l'ttr-"Ioyou reallr think Dr.Duek- min it s skilled phvaklant lira. Uiklin (the patient ) "I den t know to inueli about that. Hut he bii inch s quieting vrty with hlra. When I uiil 1 bored 1 shouldn't t buried alive, he laid l.c'd loiktut tor that. Wasn't that thoughtful of Ilia." Huston XraucribU ' THE MARKETS. CATTI.n-Nntlve Piter...! I a eillw e'OTTtlN-Mldillliia IP IS KMU'lt Winter Whritt.,.. 3 :s if 4 i WIIKAT-...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 September 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, September IS, 1903. Prom fir. Oliver. Wo remained over night In the I'nlnco hotel nt Wlllcts. Wo must confess wo wero lonely wny out In that mountainous llttlo city. The land-lady told us she was well acquainted with our sinter and thnt sho would bo In for us tho next morning. While wo were waiting for our Pinter and brother-in-law to come for us wo thought to spend tho tlmo In reading as wu had noticed n good book In tho parlor and went In to get It. Wo kbw a strange lady bowing to us, saying "It Is n pleasant morning." We told her wo thought It some what cool. Said she had como In from tho rural district nnd had had 11 most delightful drive. Wo concluded sho was a pleasant lady ho wo uncnnsclouly sat down to talk. It occurred to our mind to nsK her If she lived In tho direct ion of Mr. Cox, ourhrothcrlu-lnw. .Sim said with tin earnest look on her countennnce "lam Mrs. Cox" I said, "Are you Julia?" While she exclaimed, "Are j'ouKntoy" Then sho ran to call her h...

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. — 25 September 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 25, 1903. NO. 50. Voto for the street fnlr queen All roads will lead to Montgom ery next week. Tho TmiiUNB will bo issued ono day early next week. Barrel salt. Maiitin'm Umoceky. Mrs. J. W. KclslcVot St. Charles lulled relative at this placo this week. Klngsloy & Ilussell at tho opera housu Monday night. Excursion to St. Louis Satur day (to-morrow) and Sunday. St.WUlio round trip Our stock of groceries was never mora full and complete, Froth goods arriving dally. Hays & ItonnKiis. B. It. Tutllo of St. Louis spent I Mrai K q, Whlto spent Sunday a few days hero this week. j,, M0i,criy. Full lino of Ulnnko cofTco at Maiitin'hOhockhY. "Too Hlch to Marry" at tho opera houso Monday night. La dles free. Whllo nt'llie Stri-eT Fair mako Hays & Hodgers your hondqunr tcrs. llrlng your baskets and bn blcs. Miss Lottie Keying Wednesday from a several weeks visit with relatives at St. Charles and St. Louis. Dr. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

(VBDVT v. THE TRIBUNE, I'lilillshnl liy tiik TiintiiNi: rm.vrixii rn. A. Ik Ul:Alll,-- Mnln Editor. MoxrfiOMTKv. ; mihsouui. Tho fact thai there' irraftlnl? tn In dlan territory should not cncouracff uimit gratters 10 go limner, me lau i mat uio "ground door" operators, al ready on tho stcno, will "skin" any or tllnnry grafter along with the Indiana In spile of Iho new parliamentary concessions tn Ireland, tho number o( triad emigrants to tho United Stale la !ncrenlnK. .Michael Davltt refer to ILo movement aa "a serious national evil, imt no practical way to slop It ii aa been dented. King Alfonso of Bpnln la about to Ittfrt nn n tour of Europe, visiting all llio principal coint on tho continent. It la Mild tho Itinerary la undertaken with thn iunin of finding n wlfo to adorn hi palace, Ills mother bavins iccn relegated to tho rear. Tho rmleiintlfiti of Jtutfinli rh,i.t,. lain, llrlllth secretary of state for Mia miunica, just nnnounced, la regarded M lndlcatlne- l tin ImiMt tttirtf...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

0 STORAGE MADE SAFE. Urarrlpllon nf nn Oal-lioor Ollnr Cf Tlml Krrpa Oat Hi try. Vcatlae o Front. When the thermometer ilropt ten ( mora degrce'i below icro, It It quite n relief t tlic mind to know Hint one'a legetnblet put nny fur future mc nre wife from tlio rlruienta without. On many fiinnt It It lm poitlble to I'lncp n rellnr uniler tha Louie, nnd n a result the ownert po on from year to year without n info i ... - Mntndin. nil. AfllT nrnrly 25 yrnra' experience with two rellnr) nnu mreo ctnr., . i,,iu... exchmiKe tucli a cute nt I built lut icnaon, lee cut, for the belt liouie cellar I ever raw, for kcriliii; pola- tort nnd other Tegetablet In ilurlug On nccount of mining my ImllillnRt to tlio pike mil tiiminer, n n- ntceiry to tear down and rebuild door cellar. Where 1 wanted It I had a little lut thnn " n x 111. I Illlfc 'mi' "'. made the excavation II m out to out. lly lutiV m mm 11. unll one loot tlllCK lit VIlCClC., .... i. i... ii fret In The nrcn, at anomi, i than n hal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

i Montgomery's Greatest Street Fair M September 30th, October 1, 2 and 3. UST a few more days until the Orunt Street Fair. Have your liiisinesss in good shape that you can attend every day, for each day will bring new and novel entertainment, and you will not mis any of the great thing that (Mime to those who visit every day. -:- -:- -:- -:- - '- - :" " :" " :" J 'run 'I'niDHMC 1 TI 1 II L. 1 KlUUnC,. 1 1 going to bo funny. You will, . unlit vfinr mIiIph latiifhlnif nt tho I tf . rt n 1 'ludicrous nml L'omto costumes of I 11 1.. .1 ......1.. it ,..111 1.,. ,. 111 IIIU ltllllllUl lb ...1. t jmniiciMi for nil aches nntl (mlns, and to mako It Interesting lor tho contestant premiums amounting l;rldny, September 35, iooj. STREET FAIR NEXT WEEK. Hlsscr nntl Heller than liver. A fmYtl.ii.KH llmlnro golngtolnko "ljout " wlM 1,0 Ivcn' iiln.... nl llin KlroKt Kll.rlll Mini- l uinuo omul u. , gnmory next week, Tl.o citizen ami merchant of Montgomery nro lc.-vvlnti nothing umloiio nml will lmvo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

THE TRIBUNE. PnhlUlirit br TITK TRIIItlNi: VltUfTIXO CO. A Ik KKAtir.i;. Mi.ln Editor. MONTGOMERY, I I MISSOUIIL THE LAST HOMING. . !ooit iilnlil!" the pit) In j nun I Hnkr In Mm iclor). "O man. thy !!' i ilonf, Anil tlonc itiy p(h, I un thy native hill Atlt dl'l litlml th UwhMi) ; to-moro neon 1 Fhtill not Mud tli " "Ooutl iituM," tint atuwr nnlrkty mm. "iitvl If tt.ou wl'.t, b nod by! Ni knoMK If whfn I rume tiRnlii tM nffd Ihc In the k ?" 1trwelir Hi- wuttrn ir:d. Mournfully I'.owlnK Krtrewt!t" th tilhlInil Uh?J, IttMkM'y Mowing. 'Vp that law lottr Wen Part nt th iwrtul , . V;, hn thy fellow M1" AJIvu, ) mortal." Paid tin done with it I rut no; no ' tcnrn thr- wl.lrlwlihl oiit, VoT )f rbull rhotit It wlwn 1 mine, nor dt-m thr Hutting Ionic." "() tnanxn, kind nmltiue," Iihii In th" tnoon und dw Vhlttfd, rrplnlnit: "lllttir the liy will ! And tot ih woMtr W'tfu our thlrk'f-rnuilliitf fet Hhnll riiil iliro utic'tr!" '(lm Htnn mid kwmI, O friend," hi i rlfd, nnd umiettiti? wh rr )iuu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

i I (t 1 I i St. Louis Daily Papers! B From now on I will deliver St. Louis Daily Papers to any part of the City without Extra charge. The prices are: Republic daily, 45c per month, with Snnday 56c per month. Globe-Democrat daily, 45c per month, with Sunday 65c per month. Post-Dispatch (eunin) 45c per month, with Snnday 65c per month. Yonr Subscription Solicited. EARL FULLER. THE TRIBUNE. PuIjIIhIiucI ISvory I'rUliiy. IIY-- TUB TKIUUNIJ PKINTINU CO.. A. II. Kkadi.i:, Mnnnglng Editor. Uubtorlnllon In Advnncu. One Copy, Ono Year $1.00 Phone oft. Friday, September 25. 1003 Miss Mngglo i'inli Is visiting In Mnrtlnsburg lit present. Mr. nml Mrs. I. II. Kemp nro visiting relatives In Gnzctte. W. L. (liipton iniiilu 11 business trip to St. Louis nst Kntunlay. Mis llliiuch Ituskct Hpciit Sntur dny with her father nt this place. Crnn berries, now Nour krinit, barrel of picking. Maiitin'h Oiiocr.iiv. Mm. Cnrrli) IInrpcr'M nmny friends hero wurn glad to huvu her with them Sunday. II. Turner am...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

) ri Faiirien For Full anil Whiter. jW mi dlxphiy. ...HAAS-:- BROS Xv.vt Week Price Jmhtct'inchl arc Atthtrlive. Jtvuil Frrri lli ni. Commencing Monday Morning Sept 28th we are going to offer the most MARVELOUS VALUES BV BR KNOWN. Every itum in the cohtinn below deserves your most careful attention, livery price quoted 1110:111s a money Having opportunity rarely y equaled outside this Htore. - 10c - 5c 5o lOo l.(K) 2000 yds of dark and llht Flnnncllctto the kind you usually pny 8c (or, opening snlo prlco 5c 2000 ydc. choice styles of Flnnncllcttc In tho dark (linden worth 10c, snlo prlco - - - - 7 l-2o 3000 yds. choice Teozledown Klnnncllclo worth nil ol 12 l-2a pur yd., sale prlco Good Ulnghnm In nil colors, compnro somo with quality others sell nt 7 l-2c, our prlco - 5000 yds. choice cnlteocs In tho best brand In blue, red, grey nnd blnck nnd white's, worth to-dny 7c every where. Wo hnvc nil you wnnt Good Zephyr Glnghnm choicest pnttcrns nnd styles you over teen, worth nil ot 15a ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

; i ' I ( I'- The Plain Woman By JESSIE LLEWELLYN, "I she pretty V a woman usually inks iiK)i hearing of nolalilc .micccm achieved by 1 t r tit it It Atlit lllft fitlttl'T Wtl1'll It' It libi B1 "Julie plain." "Why it it tliat tticy arc nl- wajs homely women who sttrcccil.' iwts tlio pretty woman, anil she proceeds to press her jKiint with illustrations of women au thor! Cieorfje Kliot, ('.corses Sand, Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Otiiila, and seorcs "f oili er., all surely i tumult ilevoiil of heality. She may even venture so far an the ulae, ciliiiK Maude Adams, Annie Kiisscll, Mrs. Oilhrrt, Clara Mnms; even the tliviiie. Sarah, if flic is clever enough to know that ISertilinnll's beamy Is a matter of hard work and continuous study with little original aid from Nature. It is true that plain women succeed where pretty ones fail. The nio.it competent liusino women arc pnnerhially plain. Mention of a thrifty, helpful wife does not conjure beauty, but tlmtujlit fulness rather "a ipiiet, neat l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

ORDER OF PUBLICATION DlrrrUd to lh DrrrmUnU Bf low Nlmut, In the Circuit Court of Montgom ery County Mo., at the city of Montgomery to the November Term 1003, Suit to perfect record THlo to rcnl cstato by limitation. Frank v. Long and James Long, Plaintiffs, vs. John (J. Bast, John Porks. Harriet J. Parks Orny, Isabel Campbell and John O. Camp bell her husband, the unknown widow and the unknown heirs and devisees of John C. Hast, deceased, tho unknown widow and tho unknown heirs nnd llio unknown devisees of John Parks, deceased; the unknown devisees of Lcauder V. Parks, deccojed; the unknown heirs nnd devisees of Milton Parks, deceased; tho unknown widow nnd unknown heirs and devi sees of William Parks, deceas ed; the unknown widower and tho unknown helm nnd devisees of Harriet J. Parks Cray, "de ceased; tho unknown widower nnd tho unknown heirs nnd devisers of Isabel Parks l'owl cr; nnd tho unknown widower tho unknown heirs nnd devisees of Isabel Campbell, deceased, nnd any person ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

s-v THE TRIBUNE. iltllahett lir tiik Timii ni: riiWTl.NO co. , A. It. KKAIII.K. Mull' Editor. MISSOURI. M0NTG0M111V. i Jn order lo get a pound of tb new luminous metal, milium, 5,000 ton ol mineral formation mutt be treated. The present quotation of radium l J2,70O,0OO n pound, and the, world' lock amount to two and a bait pound. The Water at Topeka Slowly Re ceding, and the Same Report Come From Other Point. DEATH LIST MATERIALLY MODIFIED. It will not be the fault of St. Lout Jurle If Justice I defeated la tbe boo dle raie. Of the fifteen person tried fourteen line been convicted, and the one acquitted win let free by the court without any deliberation on th part of the Jury. A St. Louis Jury found Jere llnnnl pan, former member of the houe of delegate!, guilty of bribery, nnd fixed hi sentence at fire )cari In the pen itentiary. Since March 27, 1003, fif teen pcrton have been contlcttd of bribery or perjury. Walter Vrooinnn I Interrupted lu tli work of uplifting mankind by a petit...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

4.."i .... NEAT SCENIC EFFECT. XYlirn I'rniiertr rnnslrnrlcil. XX lilrb, lliMtrsrr. I Ilnrrlr She 4'nmr, a Itorkrry Is llrnullful. An Attractive senile effect may It given to I ho surroundings of a homo by n riK-licry. rilantril with a variety of (cms. Thero may bo nrraiiKc.il the ilell tale maidenhair and tha wax leaf, dark itrcen ferns, which rrtaln their color all winter, and when the warm south wlnda lead one' thought to the comlnc tprlntf, Heine nearly cut off from the ground water, jilants In n rookery will miflrr from dryness unlet well rnred for, and It la writ In placo It In a partial shad, on the north tide of the bourr anions the nlnrg or arbor vltac, or In romo nook protected by maple a or elm. Many wild flonora that love the shads, will be found appropriate to. grace the rockery, audi at anemones, dog-tooth vlolela and lady flipper. Dark, angular, mota-covered slnnej from the woodland may lie piled up In an Irregular way, with moist leaf-mold worked In the Interspace, t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 September 1903

I You Won't Kick if you sell you drain to Al fiFRMIRRFN Uihimc he pay you the IIKillKST IMHCK ALWAYS. It makes no difference if you have NMM) bushel or 10 bushels, you will receive tho same price and courteous intention. Y3J Havo- a few Linstrock wagons I am going to Bell OHEAP. 2JI Call up Phono H." or residence Phone 8. if yon want to know all ahout the grain ntarkut. Montgomery City, Mo. E. H. ALGERMISSEN, j Now Hopo. I Quito n number of (nrmcrH nro icuttldgcnrn thin week. Mrs. A. A. Oliver nnil daughter , MrB. Ilettlo Dutton called on Mrs. A mtty of young people from j I.cnch l-'rldny nftrrnoon. Montgomery, Two-Mllc llrnncli Mr. and Mr. W. C. Crockett of mid Danville THE TRIBUNE. 'rlilny, September 25, 100.1. J. A. Harrcll and wlfn visited Ocorgo llrltt and wife cast of town I Sunday evening. Feed and Coal All parties nrtllng fcrd.'md coul please buy beforo the opening of ' tllll Street TAllr im wu mm nnt spent Hundny nt ' jtuxco wore tho guests of Mr. nnd ' mnkri nrnmnt .li.llv...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 October 1903

1 - u;-i 3Sl1 l.-taaaa MltWiiiiiiif imtf fn MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY , OCTOBER 1, 1903. NO. 51. Ed Brlgnm of Dnnvlllo visited nt "Wollsvlllo Sunday. y All kinds of lunch goods. Milton Jones. MIks Ircno Ilodlno of l'nrls, Mo., Is tho guest of friends hero this week. Qua (Irubcr of St. Louis Is vi siting relatives nt Dnnvlllo this week. Miss Kttn Mny Holmes of Troy, Is the guest of friends In Mont gomery. Hayh & Howii:un, tho iiloro whero high quality nnd low prices nro linked together. 1'lvoof tho Missouri Stnto Fnlr buildings nt Scdnlin wcro burned Kuntil. ' Jfi. M. Oliver sold to John He;nn Vcdnesdny 10 yearling steers nt S'il.'W per hend. - V. W. nnd M. U. Mny of nenr Mlddletowu Hpcnt Snturdny nnd Sunday In St. Lout. J. 1. 1'Mood cmiioovcr from Mill wood, Lincoln county, Inst Friday to spend n week nt Montgomery. Don't full to cull nnd purchase you n lint for thu l'nlr nt Miss TuitNiin's. Mrs. J. A. Mnhery nnd children arrived hero Inst F...

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

.1 i 'r ' 'jTf - I 1' Pi : THE TRIBUNE. lltllUlinl hr THK TIIIIIL'SIJ PHIJCTIXrt C(fc A. Ik li:.t 111,1 )llln IMUor, uoxtoomkiTy. i MissourtL W'nlercd stock has earned forly-fou? Now Jcrsiy corporations to go unilof within t ho last nine months. Strang: that Ihcy iliil not take tho precaution to IjoII the water. (len. (irnni'H granddaughter, Mlsl lloscmary Sartorls, Ik to marry I In ion of a confederate (oloml. There h no deferring- the tlnnl reunion of thi bluo and tha gray, "I.U us hart peace." i Sir Thomas l.lplmi lim the i,ntlfa,3 tlou of Uncming that If ho f.illo-t to, lltt the America's cup hn has it least in veil Mh appendix. Ho (ulitii't afford to leato that on thin nldo to keep com pauy Willi Sham roc l'ii binnacle. Thn announcement tint n new coun terfeit twenty dollar Mil ha mailu III uppcirancq gives the nttrnge Individ unl no HticnatiicfcM. Ko low; nil tho nnm to the i heck la genuine, uml tho slpici la good for,tho iituouut, the country It tilt. Colombia tv lit lie rcm...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE, I'nlilUhril lir TUP. TIlllllINH rillNTI.NCI CO. A. Ik UKAIILU Manatlu Iklllor. IIOXTGOMI'KY. MISSOUKL t loycc, whn In v cloxf licHido lilin.l xlirniuiol Into the KHit'liic lllit IllllrnW O.lCH HCI'llll'll 11 lilt III!'- nil- utllt till' Anioririlll lllll' THE JIAL1NGKHKH. . IIV IICIIX lllll IIIIIIIV. Tlio loii); anticipated linil i oino III pllKH. Till OpClllHg gun linil been llt-il It might lit' MiM ! most ueelilcntiilly, mill nil through tliu night r lYliriuiry I, lS!l!l,lho lllllll nidi' (l( Mllllllll "UK II Willi- Ill-It' of ci-unhlng KprlugllohlH mill Hputturing Krug-.lorgeiiHiiiiH. OiiIkIiIii Hint Hi'iuii'lti'ti' tin' Fil ipino wen- rapidly 1 1 m! I t-C nelf. i iiiillili'iii-i' nnil gaining ii'n'i'l Tor tin- AincrlnniH. Within It the United Mitten troops (if (III! II' nervo tlicikcil mi uttempl nt nil uprising, mill wuitftl impatiently for order to tin' front. Jtut Unit M'lnli'iirli' rcmuhifd unbroken through tin1 nlghl. Ill till' COIll llf till' llllll'lllll'.' t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 October 1903

221 County Teachers' Association. TO 110 HELD AT THE COURT OV$E ' Montgomery City, October ij, 16, 17, 190. PROGRAMTHURSDAY. 10:1)0 n. m. Organization. lOi.'IOn. m. Address by J. W. Davis, County Commissioner. 1 1 iOO ft. m. Kcmnrks liy otlicr members of County Uoanl. 11 :.'10n. m. Address by .J. D. Wilson, Klrksvlllo Normal. l;30p. in. "Thu Course of Sltuly;" Hound Tnblo Discussion, conducted by J. D. Wilson. Sub-Topics fifteen minute ctichi (11) What Included? J. V. Wilson, (b) Corrulallon Alternation, what? how? why? J. W. Hancock, I'rln., Joncsburg. H. H. Ilnslngcr, Now Florence, (f) Helallvo Importance of Subject. Wm. Hobs. (d) How Introduced nnd Used? J, W. Davis. .'1:00 p. m. General discussion of nbovo topic. ;i:00p. m. l'upcr--"llow May Wo Hold n Larger Per Cent of Hoys?" (I) I-'rom Teacher's vlaw point, Miss Kmmri Appling. (!!) l'rom PatroiiH low point, Cort Stuunrt. I : p. m. Paper "To What Kxtent In tho Teacher Kiwponsl- fortho Uducntlonal Standard of Ills Commiiii- Ity?...

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