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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 October 1903

l r i I. -.imi.m, ij u ... .7 iiiiiiOTTO-rtrTrittgiimrilirra,m MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 12 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 23, 1903. NO. 2. Have you tried Martin's (Go cof fee? .Fred Duvcl of Olnoy delivered hags hero Tuesday. Web Dnkcr of Mlncola delivered hogs here Mondny. 11. II. Ualley transacted business at Denton City Wednesday. Hnmp Looker of Gamma was delivering ontB licro Tuesday. Misses Nona and Pearl Itobcrts visited nt Mobcrly Inst Saturday. Drs. Muns nnd Hudson wcro In Wellsvlllo fow hours Wednesday. Leo Adnms nnd Miss Kdnn Martin visited friends In Danvlllo .Sunday. John Elscnrnnt of Ithlneland transacted business In I'robnto Cojfi", hero 'Mondny. it I; nnd Mrs. H. K. Scnnland of Mlncola went to St. Louis Tuesday to upend n few dnys. C. W. Whlto and A. II. Honsloy shipped 5 car lond of Cattle to St. Louis Monday night. John Koclng and family of Amcrlcus visited relatives In Montgomery Tuesday. Eighteen lbs. of best enstcrn grnnulntcd sugar 31.00. Mahtin's Q...

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. — 23 October 1903

"ssjrjeis"' i THE TRIBUNE. TIIK TItllllINK PltlNTINCJ CO. A. Ik KK.tlll.K. Mnlnc Killlor. UONTUOMHtV. MISS0U1U IJIshop Srarlarough of the Kpltcopal dllHCSa of 'lw Jtmov him pmift a III. tlo farther tlun miy yet In ilcallnv witi. tho dlvorco question. Ilo declare mat, no raits to too how thcro can b ui inuwA'iit party to a divorce. ..Ins Kdward Is .reported lo be using ccorgla watermelons. Colorado cantn, loiiK'3 and New York stato apples, lie win not uo cons dcrcd fully American !.!, however, until ho be-glas (o curry a Kim and Installs a Minimi! mule. Kansas M fussing with Colorado be- fatlfO Chn tnkm nil fl.n unlne rmt r.f the Arknnsas rlrcr beforo It gets lo j.ansar Now, If Colorado vroui.i do the snmo tlilrit; by tho headwaters of the miw, iu emergencies, It might to dip ferenr. Another bull camnalim In cotton. II Is raid, In nliotit to bo waged In the crop now moving to market. Tho new clique Ih nal.l lo liavo ns Its organizers Iliu old Urown-llaycs jiool of Now Or leans, and I...

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. — 23 October 1903

mw-r-,-t--rirr-,(w-i-m n "TO.-.), i THE TRIBUNE. I'llblUhril lir TIIK Till II1INIJ I'ltlNTINO Ca A. II. Ul:AULU Umaln Kdltor. MONTGOMI-IIY. t I MISSOURI. MRS. HEED'S NEW 0 All PET. i tr. Co: f to i h Ai M. K ) nr i:m: is. m:riiiii). All her life loii):, Mih. Hood Imil wanted ii ''hoiielitcn "ciirNt. Sin had made nifjcMi-pclH, nt dllTcront HlllOH, tlielob.V l lt IvllIK 11"' 11IOM t of the family of tin' lai;or nharo of ItH wardrobe for tin lime bolne; tilt t ntlO llllll Ktl'llllll.V IfftlHCll to compromise on mi Insulin, us her husband nruod hcrtudn. "It'll bochoiiior to Im.vt lmt hind of ii ciiriH-t tlinn It Ih tnniiihorne ouch," lu declined. "You line up JmhI about ev'rythlne we vo ot in tlio hIiiiiio u cIo'h. ov'ry time ynu pi Into tlicnirpct bU'tirnw; mi" tli( IllOllt'.V it IllNl'H to HtOCU UH ll nu'ln. nut into wluit .von iwy out for howIii' rutin mi' weavlii', :ii)' Die clroltory. 'ml liny n real nice camel." "Hut I ilon't wnnl mi Ingrain turpcl," Mm. Itocd wnutd re- Hponil. "1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. PubllHhutl livory Krlduy. ny TUB TKIUUNI1 PRINTING CO, A. I). Kiiadi.h, Managing Kdltor. Subscription In Ailvnnco. One Copy, One Year .. . $1.00 I'hone ( Friday, October 23. 1003 Tlia Supremo Court has reverse the decision of every ring bnodlcr thnt linn coino beforo It. Wilt Duller be nllowcd to goto tlio pen? Nawl 1'lko County News. Tlio Kansas City .Journal says "It In easier for a camel to go through tlio eye of u needle limn for n rich political boss to enter tho ilonm of tlio Missouri pcnltcn tlary." If the Itcpiihllcnns of Missouri will work for linrmuny In their rnnlH nnil strive to keep down nil fnclionnl dllTereiiccH, n llfpuhllcan victory limy bo won. I'ulling to gcthcr In li.'ilf the battle. Tim pco- ilo wnnt 11 change In Missouri nnil with n good clenn Hcpubllcan nominee for governor thero will ba nn opportunity to win. "Al" Morrow, Gov. A. M. Dock- cry's prlvnle secretary wnH Indlcl 1 hy the federal grand Jury over A week ngo, lueonnentlon with tho natural...

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. — 23 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Flday, October, 23, 1903. ) Lincoln District. Joo Ridings and family were visiting nt Warren Odea's Sunday. Mrs. Ucttlo Ankrora 1 visiting .her sister Mrs. Wm. Davidson nt ' present. Mlsa Norn llurnsldcs was visit ing In this vicinity 0110 day last week. James Rodger wns In this vicinity one day last week buying cattle. 1 Itubo McCoy hauled 11 lond of J Tiogs to Montgomery City for Crls Stophcr for which ho received 45.30 per hundred. I Mrs. K. Cowan Is on the sick I list at present. I Jim l-'ltzgcrnld and Clack Hcrgcri are making posts for Will Thomp- ! -son. I Mrs. Ulrlcli has her houso about' completed. Frank Summcrton sold a hunch of hogs to Mr. Lemons of Halls county nt $.1.55 per head. I'. Know. 85 Head of Live Stock 85 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd 1903. Mllllonalro'a Poor Stomach. Tho worn-out stomach of tho pvcr-fed millionaire Is often pa Vradcd In the public prints as a hor ' rlblocxomplo of tho ovlls nttnnd ( 4int on tho possession of great wealth. Hut millionaires ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 October 1903

f7 1 Divorce One Form of Polygamy By CARDINAL GIBBONS. I fci 1 i-vorcc is a mcHiiiirii iumi in Miypniii), PiL- ajjjl all,l divorce is rapidly sprcailini; jmSZzSarZ; ShEil over the country ami poisoning ilic fountains of the nation. I am opposed to any Wind of law KranthiK divorce. Wc arr confronted in litis country l) ixvlytratny. I mean the polygamy that exists m rvcry state of tins union, and there is no law against this kind of ixilygniny, hut rather laws that rccoRnUc it anil ntahe it ossiltc. There is a law at-ainsl polygamy that cx-i-ds in L'tah. Is not the law of divorce a vir tual form of Mormoiiism in a modified shape? Mornmui'in consists of simultaneous polyg amy, white the law of divorce practically lead' to successive iolvi;aiiiy. luiclt state has on It- statute loohs a list of causes, or rattier pre '.tin, which are recognized as sufficient Rrmmdi for divorce a vinculo, There arc in all at causes, most of them of n very trilllns character, and in some states, as in Illi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 October 1903

AN INGENIOUS GATE. II la Hi Intention (if n .Mtaaonrl Mnn Who Con.liler. II Hip Ural Thins K9T Devised. Mr Rate la made of one by four boards for ends and braces n and b, and one by six for the bodjr of thegntf. The-ends, one by four, Unci braces, are double, or one on either tide of body board, and arc put together with a three-eighths bolt at each corner, and at each end of brace b, ns shown by small circle. A 0 spike Is driven through the center of tho ends and brace band body board", except where bolts are used, as brace -221 7ZZL , v- VI' AND DOWN 8VlNa OATE. V i? B, shown by heavy dots. It has n three eltrhtha bolt throucli lower end and bot- V "torn board, then bolt IhroughTiruco and i bottom board In center and also one in upper end above top board. The gato Is then hung In position. lly llfllne the front end of gate, brara a will bo raised a couple of feet or to from ground. Now on top of top board of gate, set In several Iron pins at the ion of bolt of brace a and hook bol...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 23 October 1903

ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Dlri-rlviltolh? IWrwUot, lllow Aftmnl, In tho Circuit Court of Montgom ery County Mo., nt thn city of Montgomery to tliu November Term 100.1. Stilt to perfect record Tttlo to rnnl cslulo by lltnltntlon. Kritnk v. Long bihI .lumen Lone, IMalntlffs, vs. John 0. Hast, John i'arks. Harriot J, 1'arks Gray, Isabel Campbell and John O. Camp bell hcrhiisbnnd, tho unknown widow nnd tho unkhotrn heir and devisees of John C. Hunt, deceased, the unknown widow nnd thu unknown heirs nnd the unknown devisees of John l'nrks, deceased; the unknown dovlsvcs of I.cnnclir V. l'nrks, decerned; I lie unknown helm nnd dnvloccH of Milton 1'nrkn, deceased; tho unknown widow nnd unknown helm nnd devi sees of William 1'nrkn, deceits ed; the unknown wldowernnd the unknown helm nnd devisees of Ilnrrli t.I. 1'nrks Orny, do reniicd; the unknown widower nod the unknown helm nnd devisees of lsnbi'1 l'nrks I'owl er; nnd tho unknown widower tho unknown helm nnd devisers of Isabel Campbell, decea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

r MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 12 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 30, 1903. NO. 3. ) Barrel snlt ntMARTIN'H OiiockiiY Foot ball game Saturday after noon. County Court meets at Dnnvlllo next week. H.J. Appling visited his daugh ter of thlH city last week. Hear Mrs. Woods at the Baptist church to-night, Friday. V. J. Mottashcd spent Sunday with friends In St. Louis. Mrs. John Ncbcl of High Hill was In Montgomery Wednesday. A Folk-for-Govornor club was organized nt Bcllllowcr Tuesday night. Circuit Court convenes at Mont (TOfVcry a week from next Monday. Hov. H. Joo Lynch vrcro seen on of the week. FOR HALE: A good driving horso and buggy, at this omco. and Arch Kclslck our streets tho first slnglo Apply Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Fuller nod llttlo son, I.co, visited in Wells vlllo Sunday. Miss uby Spltzhcru and Mrs. Kbcy of Wcllsvlllo were In Mont gomery Wednesday. St. Charles Mlllltary College against Montgomery High School Saturday Oct. 31, at Brooder's Park. Eighteen lbs. of best ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

1 l'"r'" llaaay on Preachera, The fi.llow.tii cwiy by ix youthful rMiiiii. rM-i.oui ikjt inrnwa a neve ml interesting light on rlun cli digni- rii-a . "'1 hero arc three kiri'l of clergy, men blahuti. rcrtora and curnla. (he l.tshtipe tell the rrctnta tn woile mil the curate liare lo Jo It. Curat i a thin married man hut when ho It a rector he getjt fuller n. can prccrh longer eennnne iinuhu. kwi man, we atlOulfl all- )i rlKct a curat licoouw aiitn day he may Im-ciiiu rector and no must allwaia iUn num. in in worm, any of tie may becum mlaforlunele to we I1U-. iri. 1Mb a III4H Willi klOnS. -101' uku .iiromcte. She M'ii l.arlfr. "Votenlay wai might lucky day for ,." I iriituui, "WLvi" "I proponed to her ri'l the accepted n.e; "Vr. people air mu.illjr roneideri-d lucky rhtn they have got a Holt thing." Houa tin l'o.t. Tim Mcllrlile I'neet Aamln. fit. John, Kan., Oct. St. Sir. and Mre ..imam .utiiiiio anu .irt i,. Mine, At. 4,-. uaie cone ncioro Air, irconro I Mnr.it, .Notary l'ubh and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

Jiyy.ar . 2sBibslMjaatna IiiSi4- ,.....-av:Msii-i ri FILTER FOR CISTERN. lion to Matie On Tlml Purine. lb Halcr Supply n I'm! It II I'nIU. A simple filtering arrangement Tor t cittern It mnJo by Inclosing tho bot tom of the motion ilpe fn n chamber built of soft brick or filtering stone. Its capacity may bo 20 to 30 gallons, ami la built round to rIvo strength. The clitern should be in arranged that tho bottom of the (litem and tides of filtering; chamber can be cleaned oc tatlonally, and In tills way these filter Itlvo good satisfaction. No cittern should bo without one, unlets there It some moro thorough means of filter ing at hand. Hut If one wishes tn u GOOD CISTT.ll.N rn.Ti:it. have the water filtered as It falls, be will have to build n filter somewhat after the l)l.in ns shown In the din pram. The filter Is fiat bottomed, sloping slightly towards the cittern. Tlicro Is a layer of bricks on tho bot tom; nn thts, In order named, layers of charcoal, sand and gravel, the to tal f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

i ? 'T'ljpj TPDIRI TIMC I "0"' Joseph Folk mid In hl! liD I KIDU1C ppcech nt St. Joo Inst Saturday I 1 l JubllMho(i J2vory l'rlclny. r'Thuro Is moro honor In honest iiv ' private llfu than In hlh oillclnl TIIIJ TKIHUNI2 I'KINTINO CO.. 1 position t,'nlnud by hiutIIIco of A. II. Kkwh.k, MiumuInK lMltor. , principal." , Siib.orliHIonln AUvnnco. 1 V,hcn thu question of building n , Ono Copy, One Vciir . $i.no new court house pt hU county sent 1m 111 iillestlon. the uvnrntre farmer Friday, October 30. 1003 will attend met-tiiiKi innlre speech- en, vote bond find do everything possible to provide n hundsoma POOH AND RICH edllln! for the use of tho lawyer MBN'S IWCKIIT-SIIOIK m"1 ""Knnts, and ndd to tho nt-1 The New York Commercial l,,,rnc,,,,n" lhu. in xvhlch tho Marled an Interesting crusn.lo "uw " bo located. nKlnst the buclretshnp nnd K,t. , t . the but ldlnK of Komi , rkh-pilek scheme.. thntN attract- rU, !" ,,,u 'l'tIoi rn over fiBKenernl attention. The nrtl- ' t ' he nnd his family ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Fldny, October, 30, 1903. Prlcoa Branch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnpt. Dull of Mont .gomcry City wcru tho guests o( Dr. nnd Mrs. Wyntt Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Frank Austin nnd Mm. M. noono visited Mrs. Hen Olddcn nonr Case lnit week. MIm Ulllnn Usry nnd Hrnther Ilniph attended tho Aluxindcr t Shcphnrd wedding nt .loncsburg 1 Tuesday. ) Mr. nnd Mm. Douglas Wyntt J of Joneslnirg visited tliclr Hon nnd ' fnmlly nt tills pinto n few days tills week. 0. M. Whltmnn nnd fnmlly were In New Florence Monday. Sii.knt. , Mllllonalro'a Poor Stomach. Tho worn-out stomach of tho over-fed millionaire In often pit rnded In the public prints at n hor-, rlblc example nf the uvll attend- j ant on tha possession of groat wealth. Hut millionaire nre not tho only ones who nre nlillctcd ' with bad stomachs. The propor tion U fnr gronter ninon the toll- cru. Dyspepsia nnd Indigestion n,' rampant among lltoso pco- i fitlu, nnd they suffer far worst! tortures thnn tho mllllonnro tin-, less they avail them...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

MM1 i "I) aw THE TRIBUNE. I'uiillahrit i.r Tim tiiiiiixi. riii.NrlNfi co. A Ik I(i:,im,i:. Managing laitnr. UUXlWlMWlY. I MIBSOUni Another man iian been dlsioverel Mm fired "the first nun of I'io civil vet." Tlil fellow In getting: to bo nl most ns numerous an Hie oldest Mason, iho original O.M IVIlow anil Goorg' vViuhltiKtnri's body servant. Ily refusing to Mil In competition the 'packi rc cntly forced llio price uf iciw down forty per lent, nnd an cat Uu tvvcnty-fltc per rent., an compared Mill prices n year unit, whllo lliu lilies to Hip convimor liavc initially Kill IKIVahCl-I, In coming to huilllllloa wild Japan i.uwi.i should not loiint loo touftdcnU; mi "a llti war." An ixpe-clntlon of tbat Winl In South Africa resulted In prolonspil expression of relict In Urn illi.il(lu of Ilrltlsh goncrulu, nnd nig iibiu in llio war chest. M. Lcluudy, n rrenrhman, iif course, irupiavsi ii mum cinplro In northvvctl rtu Afrits, to In wopled by negrooi Irom America. If Ihu ljyn Irom hero fan ...

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. — 30 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'nlilUliril hr Tim Tiiim-.-n: ouiNriNo n. A, II. UlUIII.i:. Mun.rlng I.illlor, MONTGOSIIJIY. I JllSSOUr.I. THE OTHER ONE. There wiih n tltnu lion I Ihnught tliu Other One u little but I Jonrned IsMlcr 11 h the Hlory developed. I owed hop ue qilililitillice to in)- fpleml mill fel low Htiiilent, (iiixtuv, whom I met leas often nt the university thtiii outside of it. He wiih a good looking, well-bred mill ugroonhlo fellow with only onefmilt u ten ilonoy to Keiitlineiiliillty. Fvory few weeks lie hail n frenh attack, lliKliIreil by n new object. 1 lnj eiiiiic ho m-customcd lo thexe Vln ItntloiiH thnt they conned toiilariii me, lint In bin tlfth semester he fell In love, nt ii hull, with one Kitty, a iei'Miii unknown to me. From t fut t moment, bin eonilltlon gi-ow i-nplilly worse. Formerly, lie hail Ihm'ii only n n lui ppy, but now, nt times, he wiih ni'tniilly in despair. 1 hIioiiM not have mind ed it ho Hindi If lie hud not hud the IileiiHunt habit of Indicting him self...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 30 October 1903

THE TRIBUNE. Friday, October 30, 1903. COUNTY CORN SHOW. I 'W9WtcW The New Uoad Law, TI10 provisions of (he now rond law seem In bo very much mixed In (hu mind of a goodly number living within tlm now road district Those- whoso opposed It on the mcnMire, from (ho couutry o- poncd it on (ho (heory (hat their taxes would bo rained. Thu constitutional limit for county tax lit M)o on Iho 8100 nn- missed valuation. Hoc. Mill of tho now road law provides for a (ax of not 1cm (han ten or more (han tweaty cents on tho hundred dollar valuation which Hhall bo a part of (ho tax lovlcd for county mirnoacs. Ilrlef ly numrncd up; tho total levy In tno county now for nil purposes, nxclUHlru of tho road tax, It thlr-ty-llvo cen(M on (ho hundred dol lars valuation. Tho road lovy Is llftven cent making a total of II ty cent on 'tlu hundred dollars valuation whero tho county tax lovy lnitU up ngnlnst the stono wall of tho coiiNtltutlonal limit of llfty centa on (ho hundred dollnrs Assessed vnluatlon. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 November 1903

- -rr? I M 'll I , I "" fll' I , MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. 12 MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 6, 1903. NO. 4. )- Local Briefs. Mrs. Frank llaydcn Is visiting In St- Louis this week. Dr. J. l. Jo ncs ot Joncsburg was In town Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Ilntchctt of near New Florence was shopping hero Tues day. Fred Crockett returned to school nttho St. Charles Military College Sunday. Miss Cnrrlo Appling mado n business trip to Wcllavlllo last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Grlftlth havo moved Into tho Skinner property on Walker street. , jjom to Mr. and Mrs. Cllno F.s jRi, Nov. 2, KHXi, twins, boy nnd girl. All doing well. John 1. Ilodgcrs nnd Misses Attn ltodgcrs and Maud Davidson went to Wellsvllle Wednesday. ltov. O. II. Allen will preach at the school house In tho new town ot Duel next Sunday at 3 p. m. FOKSALK! A 2h0 nrro arm well Imtirovcd. Joil.N ComiAN. lt New Florence, Mo. MIsscm Clara and Mamie White- sides of Dig Spring wcro In town Snturdny to see tho foot ball gamo. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 November 1903

mi in Hii'i"a Minn "ifi imn ii i i i n ii n , ,, " , ... h i,, Ii .; - .. .THE TRIBUNE. I'iililllir.l Mr Till: Till lll'.Mi 1'lllNTINd I II. JIONTOOMnUV, missouhl "KHJah" Dowio inmlo a groat nils iko In tlmo ami placo. How could La expect tho pcoplcj of Now York U (lovoto any attention to religious mat tora whon they hail u hotly contested city election on hand? It has been a costly lesson to Dowlo. An far nn Canada ii concerned, Mr. Chamberlain might nn well Mielvo his Mi.'U of n cIiihit vnrlety of colonial lin IHirlallsm. Tha Dominion llttlo ex Im'cIimI that Its now.fatiRloil map would ho roiitiillali'il by an Kngllnu Mil", mrn though It wan tho honest CUIIfPO. Canada allows Kngllnh lmiort preferential tariff margin nf ono-t!ilrd, nml et buy Mm most of It Imported article lu thn United Hl.ili.n. Tho rra lou Canada doe thin U becnena the 0crallnii la profitable. At somo fu luro limn Canada will nsk for nn.iexa Hun, bccatito It will pay In all re spect. New Orb-am, In recent year, l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 November 1903

THE TRI BUNE. I'ulill-linl llr TIIJyirlllllt'.NK I'HINTI.MI fll. M0NTG0ME11Y, : MISSOVM. 5! THE NIGHT OF THE STRAW HIDE. Ill' lillll 1 At OITIIII. "We're going to meet ut Delia Hldgolcy's," xuld Harlow Seaman, ''at 7::ti) o'clock, mill xtnrt from tliero what's the mutter?'' lie broke olT, fur I lot's face wax lugu brious. "I can't go, llurlow," hIiv mild. "Cnn't got" llurlow echoed. "Cnn't go to (lie straw rlilet Who nays you en n't 7" "Cousin Tinmh," said lot. sinking low, iiiul llnrlow saw tlmt Mm. Kldrcd, Dot's Couxln Tirzah, wiik within hearing, nml tie harked ilowti the steps, 111 faee ali'jwlnn IiIm nvtiiit liy. "Who was It?" CoiihIii Tirzah imiulred. "Harlow Seaman," said Dot, her voire trembling. "Aliotit that straw ride? Well," alii Cousin Tlr.ali. "I wouldn't fjhnw .von going on llUetlint.wltlia groat, noisy raft of youngsters " "lt'i jiixt tlic Iiiivh ami girls In our xct," Mil til Dot. "filling off goodness known where," CoiihIii Tlrzali pursued, "ami getting Iimne goodn...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 November 1903

r I' ' ' " 17 I'M IS" :t I. Si- w . m-mlm. . i , , , -iw.r-rr- "r i "" "i " T-i 1- - -rr. fii-..i i i r. - THE TRIBUNE. Published Evury KrUluy. IIV THH TKIUUNH PKINTINU CO.. II. C. ASIIIMIKill, l-Jilor. (Subscription In Advnncn, One Copy, Ono Venr . $i.on I'lione gr. Friday, November G. 1003 Tho Funnloat Thlr). Wo still think that tho funniest thing before tho American public Is tho cnntlltlncy of William ltnn dolph Hearst for president, says tho Atchison (llobc. Mr. Hearst In n young mini of Immense, wealth Inherited from his father, who innilo It In way noti'iillrrly crcilltnhlc. Mr. Hearst ruiiH three newspapers, for fun. Ho linn lilii'il tho I test nowspnper talent obtainable, and his news papers urn gnoil oiipk. Hut nono of tho credit I duo Hearst, who utmnily 111 III.... Im f.nl.n. I.. I.i.r...t.. nnd lii tiliflm im. If. 'rhn linr.t I tho Nortliwcntcrn Chrlatlnn Ailvo papers oro innnngcil, printed nnd ! cn,0 ,n,lt 11,0 church idiould raise edited liy tho cleverest lot of iiowh...

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