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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 2 October 1903

Published 12vry Friday. DY THE TKIUUNG PKINTINa CO.. A. H. Kkadlk, Managing Editor. Subscription In Advance. One Copy, One Year ... $1.00 I'hune 06. Thursday, Oof ber li 1903 GRBATBST FAIR. BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOME LIFE. Pilne'i Celery Oompouad Makes and Keeps tlio Children Well and Strong. Kolbcr Make It (lie Home Medicine For Hie Little tluci. The children, God Mcm Ihem, tie llie I in! J and flowers ol our homes. Without llitlr Cuttle ami hearty lauchtir, our homes would e desolate. Thejr should ever I cie fully tended in tliilJIiooJ ami jouth, II we opect them to ripen Into perfect men and women. In the home and at srhnol, the children hive their timet ol III health and suffering. We often nole the pallid and Mondlcas checks, hesvy even, ncrvnui movement., and tluh. Ings of limbs and tniuclcs, Ihey complain ol headache, diowslnew, weariness, il)-ctlj, and Indigestion. All Mich Mni lomi ami ail. menu mean that the seeds olihVaxi will hate made out r fait ami firm hold. iinlew Ivor...

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. — 2 October 1903

SERIOUS RIOT AT SAOLT STL MARIE- A Mass of Frenzied Rioters Have Taken Possession of the Town. GRAVE FEARS ENTERTAINED 'Ilia l liitla 1 ll 'Irrriarlcrail Mini I lav 'IriiitiiM rui Hlnall I aiialtla- lu t III! llir 'h.li, Who .ri llriiintiiltnit- !. I'tir Wa.rt. Haull flip. iMarir, Mlili., Ka-it. Tim nlttiAllnn In the Ciinmlluii Koo vhli li li.m I rn I ho nrrno of ncrlirui rlntliii: hy Hip illm Imrifeil rniilo)'i i: Hi.- CiuiMillilnlrcl Ijilie Hiipprlnr Co. wliii wrn put nit with pnmil.vM when ilipy iii-ninmlnl ihclr hrutnlnti ai!M. I iTjf Krarv. No rcliifiirtt'niPntn tit lulllllu Imvn nrrhril frmii iiiitnlilc, nml llin mil)- ili-rciiM- frniii 111 it tnnli, nlilili KriiwK hourly, In lliu iimri iir Iiwb ilo miiratlrcil imiIIio ilrnrtmi.'nt nml n mall iiiiiiinny (it iiillltlntncii An an l.:inlt iiiiiii I lip mill i- Imllillni; l,y the null parly In I lie nrioriKHiii liy the; nr rluil mi I hi' Kriiinul hi HiKip-i h mic iniofnl, nml a mnH of friniliil rlotcri K' urril IKmnifAlnn of llm -...

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. — 2 October 1903

p. WIRE FENCE STRETCHER. It Dura llie Mnrk lor Which II la la. Irmlril tlpllrr Than M.iif I'alriilcil lletlces. 7 The ahsolute. necessity of propcrl) tlrotchlnr, a wlro fenco when It Uliiillt In order to preserve IU life and useful ness is well known by any one who hai used much of Mich n fence, and If thli part Is welt dona and durable anchor posts are welt set and traced it settles a Krcal wajra tho wire fenco problem During the patt season we had occasion to atrcteh up n number of rods of colled alctl wire to be woven Into fencing upon the posts, KwythlnRwrnt well with the stretch ing n short lengthi of not over It rods, but when we got onto longet stretches, our patent machine failed tc take the kink out of the wlro and give It the proper tension to we rigged out a ttretchtr of our own pattern that gav na audi Rood acrvlco that wo have re produced It, and Rive It for what It li worth. We took a rood sound 2x4 oak cnntllnfG 13 fret In length, sawed It In two In tho middle, equal ...

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. — 2 October 1903

Vfl ft : ) i !.l I : ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Illm M Id ) llifFlullnU llrluir Ntmnl, In tho Circuit Court of Montgom ery, County Mo., nt the city of Montgomery to tho November Term 1003. Suit to perfect rcconl Tltlo to rcnl estnto by llmltntlon. Frnnk W. Long nnd James Long, Plaintiffs, vs. .John C. Unit, John Parks, Hnrrlct J. Parks Oray, Isabel Campbell nnd John O. Cnrnp bcll ficr husband, tho unknown widow nnd tho unknown heirs nnd devisees of John C. Hnst, deceased, tho unknown widow nnd tho unknown lielrit nnd Hid unknown devisees of John Pnrks. deceased! tho unknown devisees of I.ennder V. Parks, deceased; tho unknown heirs nnd devisees of Milton Parks, deceased; tho unknown widow , nnd unknown heirs nnd devi sees of Willlnm I'nrku, deceas ed; tho unknown widower nnd the unknown heirs and devisees of Hnrrlct J. Pnrks Grny, de ceased; the unknown widower nnd tho unknown helm nnd devisees of Isabel I'nrku Fowl T nnd tho unknown widower tho unknown heirs nnd devisees of Isabel Campb...

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. — 9 October 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE VOL. 11 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 9, 1903. NO. 52. Mont Muiis .wns up (rom St. Lou Is Saturday mid Sunday. J" ) Judga H. A. Pew wns In Mont gomery n low hours Monday. Sheriff Wilson was transacting it business In JoncBburg Tuesday. " Tho.Ed Uutlercnsels set for hear ing by tho Supremo Court Oct. 13. Miss Emma Walton, o( Troy, Is tho guest of Mrs. V. W. Hnm ' mack. Head tho call In this Issuo fo r tho special election to organize a new ' Toad district. Miss Clara Aycry, of Troy, vis- ; lied Miss Katliryno Graves Snlur , day and Sunday. Tho county linn oboul 810,000 lo loan nt ft per cent. CJ lit edgu so i cJmty would lie required. rM Mr. nnd Mm. Jllrnm Ilarncsnt- (ended the veiled Prophets parade in St. Louis Tuesday night. Jim Holcomb who Is passenger brnkemitii on tho Wnbitsh Isspcnd ing n week with homo folks. Miss Mnudo Elzca who Is tho guest of relatives hero spent n few days In St. Louis this week. L. D. Mmld is using n cnln this week tho re...

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. — 9 October 1903

pre IV, II! s I i ' t ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Dlmtrd lo the lit frtidiall llrtotr Xtmnl . In tho ClrcultCourt of Monteom cry County Mo., at thn city of Montgomery to tho November Term 1003. Suit to perfect record Title to rcal cstato by limitation. I'm nk V. Lone nnd James Long, FlalntllM, VS. John C. Hast, John Parks, Harriet J. Parks' Oroy, Isabel Campbell nnd John O. Camp bell tier husband, thu unknown widow nnd tho unknown helm nnd devisees of John C. Host, deceased, tho unknown widow and tho unknown helm and Iho unknown devisees of John Parks, deceased ; tho unknown devisee of Lonndcr V. Pnrks, deceased; (ho unknown heirs and duvisccs of Milton Parks, deceased; tho unknown widow nnd unknown heirs nnd devi sees of William I'nrkit, deceas ed; thi) unknown widower mill tho unknown heirs nnd devisee of Harriet J. Parks Oruy, do conned; thu iinkuown widower and thu unknown heirs nnd devisee of Isabel Parks Fowl cr; nnd tho unknown widower the unknown liclrsand devisees of Isabel Campb...

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. — 9 October 1903

SBJMBSK. About the Fair. "Well how wan thn fair", i'lt 'was all rlghtf'has been hoard on every corner. How nlco It was that tho rain held oft until Satur day night giving all tlmo to get Homo from four daya o! great hit arity. Providence smiled on Montgomery with flno weather nil week and success answer all. Thcro was a larger crowd pro sent Wednesday than was expect ed lor entry day and tho remain' Ing thrco days wcro all big days There woro over 1300 entries made and with but low exceptions, en trtes woro mado for every proml iMn offered. Tho farmers pnrado carna oft Thursday afternoon with sovon entries and all wcro so good that It was a dlfllcult task for tho judges to decldo who should havo ilrst. John W. Drown of Calla way county was awarded first. E. E. Updyko second, H. D. McCnf forty third, L. M. Show fourth, E. 8. Enmcs fifth and S. A. Pcnn, sixth. Tho exhibit mado by tho farmers In this pnrado was well worth coming many miles to sco. Tho entries In tho Decorated Itorsn ba...

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

to -y:,. : : z. . v ( i . .asdfci nik a - - ii i im I 1 II i: ft?.' K THE TRIBUTE. PubWnhod ISvory Krldny IIY THU TKIUUNB PKINTINfJ CO.. A. B; K baulk, Managing Kdltor. Subiorlptlon In Advance. One Copy, One Vcar . . $1.00 Phono oft. Friday, October 0. 1003 Mr. Samuel S. Rczner died In Wcllsvillc, Mo. Oct. 3rd il)03 after a lingering Illness of bright dls caso and dropsy. Ho wai born in Union county, Pcnn., married In Frccport, 111. Then moved to Mis souri. For Ihulust 30 years has lived In Montgomery county. Ills was an exemplary life, doing iRood deeds and speaking kind words. 1 Ho was the fatlior of ulno chil dren, Mrs. John Whitehead and Mrs. O. M. Straubo of Wcllsvillc, Mrs. John W. Sturgeon, C. II. Sturgeon of Kansas and Mrs. A. J. Middleton of Mt. Carmcl. Mo., and JamcHof Kansas, Grant of Los Angeles, Cal., Robert of I'rlco's llranch, Albert of Canada and Schuyler who came, homo from California to help corn for his father. Tlio funeral was conducted by iiev. j. n. white Monda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 9 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Fldoy, October, 9, 1003. Amorlcus. Man-In lluddlcston. wlfo ond child of St. Louis visited nt Qco. Craig's tho llrst of tlio week. Mrs. Campbell ami daughter, Mrs. Lillian King of Kansas arc visiting relatives In this vicinity. J. II. Dickey vleltcd nt Mr. Moore's on Lnutro Sunday. Marsdon McCarty who has been at work In St. Louis for tho past two months returned homo Satur day. yThls placa was well represented at tho Street Fair. A Singing school was organized at tho school houso Sunday night. -Quito a largo crowd attended for tho first tlmn. It was voted to meet every Sunday night at 7 o'clock. Everybody como and Join In the tinging. Tho Amcrlcus school Is making fine progress under control of Mr. Aldcrson ami Miss Llzzlo Thorn son. Several now scholars woro enrolled Monday. Ilit.L Nyi:. Millionaire's Poor Stomach . Tho worn-out stomach of tho over-fed millionaire Is often pa raded In tho public prints an a hor rtblo example of tho ovlls attend ant on tho possession o...

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. — 9 October 1903

h ft: THE TRIBU3STB, PaktUk br TIIK TnillltNK PBIKTINO CO. A. Ik KK.AULK. stsMelnST Editor. MONTGOilUlY. I t M1S80UTIL Tbo Cuban loan of 133,000.000 divid ed among 00,000 native soldier kIvm mi averaito ot 1700 each. And, after all, '.ha United States footed the bill (or freeing tbo Island. The (33,000,000 li a complimentary distribution and li understood to bo only a starter, Alaska, It Is now said, packs canned salmon over? year ot n total valuo not loss than K,000,M00. And other prod ucts of that northern region aro by no means Inconslderablo. When Undo Ham bought Alaska from the Husalaa bar ho assuredly tnada no bad bar Bain. A scientist asserts that ths light ot a plcco of radium will not last forever, but wilt wear Itself out In the course of 60,000 years. That will answer av erage, demands. 1-ct posterity do something fur Itself. Maybe It will laugh at radium as ridiculously antiquated. Thero will bo sumo astonishing Mis rourl corn at tho greatest exposition. With a prlzo ot ...

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. — 9 October 1903

' Ml J MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Arretted on Merlons Camrrs). M. B. Olenn, charged with usInK th malls to defraud, wan arrested at Mountain drove by Deputy United Btates Marshal V. tl. Thomas and taken beforo United States Commis sioner I'epncrdlne, of Springfield, to answer to the charge. It Is claimed that two yearn ago, while Olcnn was man ager of the Missouri lllank Co., at Mountain drove, ho cent circulars to job printers In various parts of the state, claiming that ho had bought No. 1 envelopes In carload lots at very low prlces,and would sell them In lots of 1, POO or more for 10 cents per 1,000, cash. As this was less than half the regular price, Glenn was soon covered up with rash orders. That would be the last until the parties who had sent in or ders would gel tired waltlnc and be gin writing him, then he would write them ottering various explanations for the delay In the arrival of the itoods. This ho kept up until the parties got out of patience and began sending In accounts...

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. — 9 October 1903

"TO THE TRIBUNE. Friday, October 9, 1003. Gentry Bros.' show trnln arrived hero Wednosdny evening nbout tho tlmo school broke nndof courso they had plenty liolp to unload A. It. aTiilith nnil wife returned Monday from Do Witt, Mo. Hoy's father who mysteriously dlsn pcarcd about n week ago has not been heard of. , Miss Olllo Mllllgnn, who has boon assisting Miss Lulu Meyers In tho Millinery business for two wcckH past, returned to her homo In Montgomery Monday. Joncn burg Journal. W. W. llainmnck oucred 0110 pound of tobivbco to tho ugliest man nltrmlliii: Dm street fair, Thero uoru only two entries, Chns, King and A. W. I.ulTcrty and Mr, LatTerty captured tho premium. Thn Montgomery Street Kntr nlttni'leil a largu number ol Wiir rcntmilniiH. 'I ho fair was well attended 011 each ilny and wax n HiiercKs In overy respect. War renton Ilenild, Fritz t'orlerbaum, with IiIh fiiuil ly Mini household goods nrrlved hem Kiindny from l,nfe, Ark., and Monday went out lo take posaati slou of hit...

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. — 16 October 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 12 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 16, 1903. NO. 1. Hugh Mnupln's baby of Wolls vlllo U qulto tick. J Probate Court meets at Mont gomery next Monday. L. D. Ellis of Danvllto spent Sunday In Wellsvlllc. Miss Shelly Penny returned from Carlo, 111., last Friday. Horn to Frank Halght and wlfo Wednesday October 7, n 10 pound Mort Klblcr went to Mexico Wednesday to attend tho street fair. J. 1). Klblcr of Plttsflold, III., visited his brother Mort a few days last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Evcrd mado n business trip to Scdnlln tho Ant ofctfho week. 'Mrs. Dr. Davidson nnd daughters Misses Maude and Merle visited lit Jonesburg Sunday. Frank Wells of near Prices Drnnch wns delivering hogs In Montgomery Monday. Thcro are 1,000 students enrolled at tho statu university, all pravlou records In enrollment being broken. To nay tliu Incident Is rnro Is putting It mildly. A mlchlgnn man eloped with IiIh mothcr-ln-Jaw. Llttlo Miss Pauline Paul re turned Monday from...

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. — 16 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE I'utillsheil hy TIIK TIIIIII'.NK I'lltXrlMCl CO. A. Ik Kt.AUI.l:. lnns(l( Klllor. M0XT00MV1IV. missouiil One Indian at Muscogee leased hla linn fix llmea to I ho Standard Oil Co. II might be well lo mil the Invcslfca. tlon oil and Id tho Indiana work out uitlr own salvation, They itnn to bo ureuy well up to snurT. takly published record! show that tl.e civil war waa fought by young men umier i-j year of age, tnoro than 4 (OO.oOO of im who enllatcd In th Mirth being 21 and under Old men bring on ware, and tho boys fight lo Ultra. There was a postal deficit laat year u H,tw,ooo, with receipt that ruoun Ml up to $131,000,000. Considering the rapid progrera of rural free dellvery.tli uintti la moderate, tut It would more satisfactory to have both cudl uiKt lu the department. another opiHirtunlty for tenchrra lo ro to Iho rhllllpplncR will bo afforded October SI, when examinations will bo ((inducted. Thcro aru two pleasant liattirra In teaching In tho Philippines, I irstly, t...

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. — 16 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'Slilltntil br thk tnniUNi: rnisTixn co. A. II. KKAIII.K. ilrtmlng- Kdllor. VONTOOMt'CV. I I missouiu. INDIGNATION OF FATHER. ) ) R t IIV MUX IUIIIIAIIII HAIITI. I'uther uciil rogtihirly to the post oflh-e every day, though lie never got m(y letters liliitnolf. Jlost of tin- niiill came to tin- girls, three of tin-in. Once in ii ureal while inollier rerelcil u letler, lint not oflcii. Tlic girls did a thriving business, however, nliil filther'M trip lo the imxt nftlro wns tlic ii!nciiill event of the iluy. 1 hey hud a great iniiii.v eorre spoiiduiits, tlx girls do; belonged to SCri-Nll ('till), lllld, bclllg JOIIHg, guy anil llght-hciirtcil, were in much ileniiinil lit parlies n ml so clnl gatherings. Sothe girls liiiil a merry thin opening letters, Invitations, anil notes, enjoying the fun with all their heartx. If father wax disiip- poluteil over hlx own letterless lot, he never xhoweil It, ami jel s mother xoiiietluiex thought when f he distributed ihiy by ilay the ...

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. — 16 October 1903

' r I ORDER OF PUBLICATION Dlrtrtnttolha Dtfrmlioll lltlow Namrit. In tho Circuit Court of Montgom ery County Mo., nt the city of Montgomery to tho November Term IB03. Hull to perfect record Title to rcnl cstnto by limitation. Frank v. Long nnil James Lon, Plaintiffs, VH. John (!. Hunt, John Parks, Harrtut J. Parks Clrny, Isabel Campbell mid John 0. Camp bell her husband, tho unknown widow and tliu unknown helm nnd dovlsces of John C. Ilnst, deceased, thn unknown widow nnd the unknown hclrri and the unknown devisees of John Parks, deceased; tho unknown devisees of Leander V. Parks, deceased: Ilia unknown heirs nnd devisees of Milton Parks, deceased: tho unknown widow nnd unknown heirs nnd devi sers of William I'nrkH, deceas ed; the unknown widower and the unknown helm nnd devisees of Harriet J, Parks (Iniy, de ceased: the unknown widower nnd tho unknown heirs nnd devisees of Isabel Parka Fowl er; nnd tin: unknown widower tho unknown helm nnd devisees of Isabel Campbell, ilrrcascd, n...

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. — 16 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Fldny, October, 16, 1903. Mr. O. L. Nichols' ealo was well attended. Ho has Bold his place to Mr. Luther of St. Louis, who took poscsslon Inst week. Web linker purchnscd some calves from Henry Monnlg last week. Miss Alva OlIlAnd of Montgom- her sister Mrs. Thomas District Wo nro having soma cool weather at present this reminds us of tho 1 fact that winter Is clo'eo nt hntnl. i Born to Crnytoh Kirks and wife ' ry. M7,l,M,n nf in ; Hob's. Ulbb. Ora Prltchott who has been nt work In Martlnsburg .came homo last week with his loot mashed. Somo few In this vicinity al 'tended meeting at Elkhorn church Sunday. llcz IJcthel Is having plenty to do In thu way of making molasses. Ills cano yard Is full and ho Is nearly working night and day. Luther Klggs wns In this vicinity 1 T- M' M"'w wife, Edward Monday evening. Hush nnd wife and Walter Hush r..i. . 1 1... . ,1 and wlfo visited nt John Hush's f UI.V I. ll.lfU llUIUUi:, uuill llufo McCoy bought Wllllnm Fitzgerald's placo. Price...

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. — 16 October 1903

jfp REASSURINO. tj - ! liiprrlrd In IK In llir Sanir "1a" HereMf nnd Coulfl Therefore) Hit. Symitntliler, r t-MS"j , '.at A middle-a ft r.I man and liUwifodecidrd (a 1ak 4 trip to UaaMiigton, and aail watl9 tajtirinlrg of the Maon, thrr bolh tntrtted In ionir ntw clot he for Iti juirtir. Thcit Krnnii'Up children made fun of (heir "new api.c.tanct, but it waa not until ihry Mtrliettlfdin thnrataWand opened thrir Imja that Miry i.kdwiI I lie J'jfca that had Urn pU)rd upon them, rtlatra tlio New York Juno. tine of their nfffprlnn had fillnl Imth Ml thru with tier, anil, on taking cut what the) nerd a J, the Unr grain wci acatttroi brntjrat. Of tourie thrrr waa At one nn a mined pfiiile on -tfry nnea fate, and the mother Ml hfiMlf ftettlntr redder than ic huleter htm iti Ur lifr lrfrtr, and waa made 1.0 lH-M(tt;r.fortalilHhmji fat (Jrrtttan tnmii I'Kxvilo Itanfd over and Mid quite audibly. ih nerrr mind, I'm a viddrr vomao now, tmt tt'ia lime licit week I'll be in t La mu fix tnyfflf ' ...

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. — 16 October 1903

'''I'l ) 3 fas. A USEFUL IMPLEMENT. Intpl UssIm- lor Tsltlnet L.vla fne Til llnlllM or Maklnu llllrl.rt (or IrrlvMlnee. I tend you a drawing and description ef my device for tile draining or male Ibk dllchcii for Irrigating. Take thne pieces of intn hoard, saj two or three Inches wttle, two of them about (even feet long, one for croas- bar of triangle, near fire feet long. nailed across two and a half feet from bate parallel points of triangle. Hang a plummet and Una from top to lust tclow cross-bar. (let the center on the cross-bar by reversing the trl angle, and make, a groove or fine rut In cross-bar for center, so there will be no mistake, llalre one end of triangle one-half nn Inch, make a fine mark where the plumb line then hangs; that will show a grade of one Inch to the rod where the points of triangle are eight feet and thrco Inthes apart. For a grade of two Inches to rod raise one end one Inch. A spirit leel glass Im bedded In tho top edge of cross-bar ut the center will b...

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. — 16 October 1903

I! i i! THE TRIBUNE. Friday, October 16, 1003. NEW HOAI) DISTRICT UXPI.AIMH) Judge J. I), Hnrnctt I'.snlalns the Now Kutd Mlatrlct to bo VoltJ on Oct., 34,10 K.S.Paul, Chairman of the commercial uiuii of tins city. October 15, lOfKI. It. S. Paul, Ksu. Chairman Commercial Club, City, DBA ll Hint - I havo your request for a short stnteimmt of thn effect of tlio law governing tho special road district which niny bo created a n result of tho election to bo helil on Saturday, October 21 Ithout Inking tlmo to explain the law In ilctnll, I think Hint a short statement of Its gcnccnl olTcct will bo sultkiont nt this time. Tho object of tho Inw Id, Ural, concentrate Into 11 systematic system of road building nil tho rovenuo of the sprclnl road dlntrlct. Tho expcnilituro of ths fuiul of tho special rond district lire, conllncil to n board of threo commissioners who hnve tho opportunity to dc much of the rond work by contract. Second, It fmuilizc the rout of rond building y milking the tax pay...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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