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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 November 1903

1 THE TRIBUNE. Friday, November 6, 190,1. ) County Correspondence). Mt. Plonsant. Wi T. Owing Is progressing nicely with tlio erection of his now residence In High Hill. D. T. Mllllkan attended the Alexander sale near 1'rlcc's Hrnnch last Thursday. Artto Davidson and family visit ed at Ulg Spring Saturday and Sunday. Several from this placo had dental work douo at Now Florence lost week by Dr. Yocum, the traveling dentist. Everett Mllllkan had tho mls lortuno to bndly mash 0110 of hid Angers while working at tho saw mill Monday. Olllo Davidson and Omer Ander son visited at Price's Hrnnch Sun day. William Voll Is reported no tatter. Married Wednesday Oct., !S, 1003, Mr. Arch llorton and Miss Carrie Smith. Wo extend our best wishes for a long and happy fcirncy through llfo. I Wonder why I lermun Krugcr is wearing crape around his hat? k Mcsdamcs Craig and Tuylcr of High Hill visited Mrs. Jack Ander son last Wednesday. Madam Humor says there will bo another wedding soon. last wki:k. l'...

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. — 6 November 1903

y- '-niitiiiiii liiTSjTgTgg .aaaw-v Mosey It Shoes. Shoe Dealer "It woi' rurshle lirae. Our tcscher, .Mr. Thomp ion, says II i rurshle, for Dodd'e Kidney I'dle cured him tiler two good physicisni had treated htm lor lo years without sue. 'I sy me to handle theie shoes on such t until margin." Drummer--"! know I he profita are mull; hut, my dear sir, Juit look at lb shoei, and sec now they are made." "ilumpht They are made very badly, ml rralile rtufT, too- won't but a week." " that's It, that It. You'll mII lire pairs of thrit shoes to rne of any others." .S", Y, WctLly. The Tenrlier Won. llltilon, Ky., Nov. 1, For over two yer, two of the heat pbyiiciins In tlila part ol th Hlato lure liccn treating Jlr. K. .1, Tl.omp Kin, popular local ichuol Icarlier, for Dia betes. Tluv told him that Iralliille could U dole to help him. lie made up his mind tt try a hew remedy called Dodd'e Khl(y 1'Jla and ):- "They aivcd me whan thcdftctorwlieldouf no hope. 1 took, in all, about ten Ikjics. 1 i...

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. — 6 November 1903

saNHMMNiifiMMbfciti THE BROWNLOW BILL. ) ) ) tntsrrsl nt clovernmrnl Writ rinard. fit, 11.1 n INtlrnt Inpvnllte to Lornl Action. One objection that lias been urget ipalnst tho appropriation oC money l Iho government to nM In roacl-bulliUni It that tho members of congress would engage In tucti turmoil and unteemly trltei at nre now witnessed In tecurlni appropriations for rlvert and harbors. Tblt could not be the utc under the llrownlow bill, for It proldei that nc ttate tliull receive) In- aid of road eon' ttructlon out of any money appropri ated for that purpose! a greater propor tion of the total amount appropriated than It population bean to tho total population of tho United iStatet. To II luttrate: If IIO.OOO.OOO thould bonppro proprlatcil, Massachusetts wi.tilil r cehc approximately, 23no; Alabama. 1 107. 000; Tennessee, $521,000: Michigan, IKH.OOO. and Maryland. 1311.000. Howccr much work may be done by either of thete ttatct, It routd not re cello moro than IU proportion of ...

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. — 6 November 1903

i 'I j i 1 m , 1 I THE TRIBUNE. rldny, November 6, 1003. WABASH TIME TABLE. WKsT HOUND. 1'aM Accom. Local. Ht.l.ouli. ,,,7:4iain 5.10pm Joneiluirg ,10:17 am 7:40 pin :45 aro llfKti II III . 10:10 in 7:ftlpin 10:18 urn Nasr Klorene lu.3.1am N:t3pni 11:11 am MonlKoinrry..10;t.'V a in Sil.tpm 11:14 pin vTellirllla . .lo.M.m N:'i7pm ll.W p ni KAHT IIOU.NI). ArcoDl. Local. WfilltTlhe ...3.37pm 7:37 am lo.-ouam Montcomtrr .31I p in 7:M a m lo.Uara New Florence 4.-0J p 111 Susi a ra Uiouam lllfli Hill lint it 111 N.ftOa ra 11:M p m Joofil.urK . ..illliniS;lara 12:31 p ra Ht, Louie cviiun lliioain FAST TltAINS, We at Hound. Leave 81. l.ouli Leaf MontKomrrj. .'iam 11:11 an 1:10 p ra , 440 p a 1.15 p m, 4:38pm 7UU)pni ,, SAOnm 10:11 pin 12:47 am Kast llouoil. Lesva MontKomnrjr. Arrive InM Louis. Jlrt'lpin Mil) " fl,V)an i 7:m a ra S.nopra 3 41pm 0.00 pra (!. II.CAKNAItAN, Agtnl. ELECTION RETURNS. TI10 result of dm elections hold In cloven of llm states Inst Tiles- lny uro ns follows: Tninmnny...

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. — 13 November 1903

I : i MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PngeH Forty ColunniH. VOL. XII. NO. r. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOIT11I, FRIDAY, NOVHMHKK 111, VM. SI (V) . A VRAM INADVANCE. Local Briefs. Tho quail hunting season la now on, having begun November 1st, and last until January 1st. H. S. McCnll has formed n co partnership In St. Louis with an other party In tho coal; and ico business. C. It. Coppcdgo of St. LouU was horo Sunday to seo his father-in-law, J. W. Milium, who has been Tory sick for the past two weeks. A. B. Kcadlo, tho former popu lar editor of this paper, Is now agent for tho Mutual Dcnoflt I.lfo Insurance Company of Newark, N. J., for this city. -Ono of tho best attractions on Aho road this reason Is "A Hooslcr Daisy" which has been booked lor Ferguson's Opera House Tues day, Nov. 17. Tho Hcllllowcr Telegram will bo Issued shortly by (ho Telegram Printing Company, of which How ard Kills of tho Now Florence Leader Is president, and J. Y. Parsons, Into of tho Wellsvlllo Ilccord, editor. It will ...

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. — 13 November 1903

:r v tt'A I- 4 i 4 If rrrrn:faaLijiuiii'T'vjii:.''firi'"''.''ii.- TWQTf i i '.V THE TRIBUNE l-nl.ll.lml ir "tiii: Tittiir.M: rmTiN(i to. .MISSOUM MONTOOMIIIIV, In Franco last year the deiths ex ceeded tho births by 20,000 and tin births wcro 29,000 fower than In the preceding year. Tho Trench nnllon lio n ilimcult and exceptional problem to deal with n this matter of rats B1UC.1U0. There li no episode In tho IHMt that young John Itockrfellor llknj to M pound to his Sunday-school claas no well (is that of tho foolish virgin who tound themselves short un oil. It li subject with which ho la particularly laminar. unaiin tniKS or maintaining nn nrmy of 100,000 men, which would be considerably larger than tho present regular forces of tho United Slates. A3 tho taxpayer of tho Dominion nre al reaily heavily burdened tho military proposition would merely hasten mi ncxaiion. (lor. Illi key of Nebraska believe inni a puiuic niwcr should havo ra tional nmiiseiueiit. When ho tlrr-t ol exci-utho...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 November 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'ul.lLI..! It. TIIBTlHllfNi: I'lllNTINQ CO. Missouni. MONTGOMERY, UNDER TILE TJIA1N. nr iiiixci: j. yati:s. Otic Hiiuniicr iifteriinnu when I found mjself obliged to wnlt 43 minutes at. tin' station for my be lated train, I fell Into i-niivorHii-ion with u big, athletic young fel low In oily jeans, wlui was sitting next In inc In I lie rnw of scuts just outside t lie waiting-room door. lie was u hrakcnlmi, 1 hoou learned, on the freight-train which wan "lying over" In tin' H I tl i tl t-T Opposite. I XII 1(1 SOUICtlllllg about tin dangers common to tin life of iiillrnndlng, which led lilm to tell mi! of a peculiar nml miohI i'I-IIoiih I'XiHTTfiifi1 tlml ho luul Hone through while switching ears In the yards ut a neighboring .village. Tin following Is thostory.glvon iih nent ly iih possible In I lie .vomit. brakcinuu'H own wohIh: .iVi) morning In tlx early part it f last December, when I wiim ii middle hriikciunii on tin' lncnl freight rniihtng from lie ltnytcr to Fusio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 November 1903

i Mi , I' I a, MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. l3ubllHhotl 13vory l'rldny. 11Y THIJ TRIIJUNI2 PRINTING CO. II. C. ASIIIIAIIOII, Kdltor. Hubtarlptlnn In AUvnnon. One Copy, One Year .. . $i.oc I'liano )i. KHIDAY, NOVKMUKIt VI, HKW. A (ood wny to redeem Missouri Is to elect n Republican utito mid legislative ticket next yenr. Send men to IcITcrami Ully whom the, lohhylilH oiunut buy. Jos. V. Folk, in hln St. Joseph Hiccrli, nnlil that the Stuto debt hnd been reduced to SI,8I)S,N.-I!). And Mr.' I'olk clnlins to bo n MIs Hourl Dcinoenit. 't lio Democratic nntl-l'olkcrH any thero Ih no nlnlo debt. Mr. Manna declared nomu-montliit ii;o tluit lie wnx for Itmn-ovelt for nnotlier term, and Im nlands put on Hint proposition, notwItliitnndliiK tlio Inclination of hoiiio of lilt nrdrnt ndinlrerM to punli lilin to (ho fimit. llerniiHu of it luck of Homcllilnp; tnoro Hivindiiloiii to Hay .about I'rcHldenllnl iilllulri, hoiihi Demo cratic; nmvapnpciH of MU-otirl tiro now telllni: their render tint tlio Footbal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 November 1903

iiiHii-,CiMirij MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1003. County Correspondence. Danvlllo. Collector Gardner gathered In Iho tax nt this plnco Tuesday and Wednesday. The county court Is having tho vails of tho old court house taken down and nro selling tho brick. Uncle Dan Davis mid wlfo of J near Montgomery City woro visit ing here Sundny. Jus. L. Spencer and wlfo of Vcllsvlllo vlsltod relatives hero Sunday. T. Ellis and .wlfo of Wclls--vlllo visited their son, L. D. Ellis, hero Mondny. Wo understand Dr. W. W. Daniels nud family will spend tho winter In tho south. Isham McMnhan has bought tho JVpplcbcu property from J. M. White Recorder Ellis spent Monday In fit. Louis. Tol. Hubbard nnd wlfo havo moved baek to town. Thoro hns been eonsldcrablo ajctyncsa hero this fall mostly fnvor. f A lnwo crowd attended Hallcy UroH. alo Tuesday, and all k Inds of stock brought good prices. Corn Is selling at 'IOe per bushel here, delivered. Farmers hnvn commenced gather Ing their corn crop, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 November 1903

I Airs. I.. C. fllWr. ViVp.P rnc iJcul Milwaukee, Wis., Business woman's Association, is another one ol the million women who Imvc been restored to health by using Lydia li. I'inkham's Vcgc table Compound. 11 Drltt Miia. I'iiiviiiik T ... . rlcj fur fwrcral years nml n children l.l..au..l ..... ri.. .1..-. i . .rum, 4IIU 1IIM.-L.fr nu HI hail n complication o( feinalo trouble in. . i-inim wit iihtu any crilliiren 1111 lea I couhl bo ciircil. He trial to euro mo, liul after experimenting for aev cral month, 1117 liualtaml livraian ill. ituiiin, nun fiuo iiirriu wiienwo nouccii tliM ln.ltn.....U1 .f n ... I .i...........ii.t. V. 1 t 1.1FIUIII1 .Tliu Hint been cured of ktuillar troul.tn ltiniiirli mo iiw 01 i.yiua ;. 1'iiiuiinm'it cifi'tuliln CoiiiiioiiiiiI, ho went out .. ui'iihh. nibiu ,ur IIIU. A U1HI1 your mtxllclno for thrro noil oncliatf ....... 1 1.. 11... 1 ui'iiitm. .iiiiFMKiiiK aie.aiiiiy 111 nosiiri, mill III llVl.llf V.ftvil liw.iitl.i, n Ml. II. I tsuno. I r.innt fully cxp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 13 November 1903

mw "in- i i imm arT"" - 31 POULTRY SHIPPING BOX. Blade from Cliean Common Ilosel Thai Clin II tlblnlneil at Aar Urocerjr Moee. An Inxtltute speaker here describes liow ho tunkca shipping roopi from common cheap sholluw boxes such ce arc common at grocery stores. I am trying tho plan this season and nnd It li tho cheapest good shipping coop that I can get. Tho shallow box shown at tho baso of the Illustration Is built up by two end plccca sawed from rcfujs LlOllT SIIUTINO COOP. thlclt box boards Joined together and to tho box by two cleats Inside and wire nails clinched. 1 get incut of my stats from old brol.cn orange crates, whleh tbo grocer gives me when I buy boxes, but laths may bo uted If desired, with ' a wide slat for tho top. To Insure care ful handling It Is best to mako handle holes or nail on a touplo of short out side cleats. For a pair of aerago fowls the coop should not bo much less than two feet high, one and ono-hnirfcct wlda nnd one nnd three-fourths feet Ion;, I put...

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. — 13 November 1903

HS8L'' rwiTr" '&.-L-- ---,, mm tttmtjim imi n. i I ill llll lis Tllffl 1 1 " IT'sf If MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, HUDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1003. WABASH TIME TABLE. WKST MOUND. I'aia Accom. Local. M. Lou fa 7:oam r.OApm loneabur .10:1" am liliipin S.am lllghlllll . 10:il am TiMpni I0:lam New Florence IO:.'l.1 a in ftospm ILimam MonlKoiarr..ti.a in BilJpm 11:11pm Wellifllla .lO.&Kain Fillpin 11:05 n n KAHT IIOIIIul. I'a. Accom, Local. Wcllrllit....3.n;p m :7atn In man MonUoroary .3M p in 7:W m 10:3-1 a m New Florence tl p in sum a in 1 Inula a lllKli Hill. ....J.iiVp m 8:08 m 11:011 p n Joneiliuri... .4:18 pin a in 11..W p n Ht. Louia 11..V1 i m 11:10 a in ... KAHT TI1AI.NH. Weal llounil. Leave St. I.ouli Leave Montgomery, imam lliilsrn .10po 4.mipiii 1.1 pn , 4i!pni 7i??-P BMpro IDiUpm 11:4 J a in Kait llounil. Leave Montgomery. Arrive InXt.LouU. V?? Man. 114?.. 7!"" ii.im p u. n.uinniiiiN, Agent, i vu.T I ) wit I Wo hi. I 3 m J 4 WJ IHJ J IH.U IC.o 0 W.I H7.S 7 Km W.J K ma 07.1 a Kll HI,...

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. — 20 November 1903

mm r. 1 1. 1 i " ' "-i--M--'-nimfiiMimtft mnpTVlWtt . iminnnr - - - a' ' MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE Eight lnf?cH Forty Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 0. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, HKKI. $1.00 in Advance. X Local Briefs. ) ) Applo cider at Martin's Orocery. B. K. Wilson of New Florence wh hero Sunday. Dr. Kallmcyer of New Florence was hero Tuesday. Raisins, citrons, currants and apple cldor. Martin's Qiioorhy. Sherman Bros have moved their restaurant to Dr. Davidson's old ofllco building. Misses Bell Schermoycr and Zelina Wllburn of Now Florenco won shopping hero Tuesday. Hcv. T. M. Green, tho now Bap tist minister here, and family havo Wtiten up thrlr residence ono door (Aouth of Dr. Hudson's. Many people hero havo been awaiting the coming of "tho beautiful snow" tho past week, but It has failed to mntcrallzo. Tho county poor farm now has thirteen Inmates. All of them nro enjoying good hcnllh, excepting onn very old colored man who Is nigh unto death. Last Saturday night n man ...

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. — 20 November 1903

m THE TRIBUNE. I'nhll.lir,! llr Till! TIIIIU'.NK ritlNTIMI CO. mi 71 MONTCOMlMtV, MlSSOUItl. The extent of tho frauds In ttio jxxit uuico urparimont wiunovcr bo gener ally known. (Icn. Ilrlstow'a report makes over 2,000.000 words, and nobody Is koIhk to read u document of that wnii wniio no many colonial novels nro k 1UUJU. Colombia novcr Intended to corao to cuo point wiin Hie United Stales In ro carrt to" an Isthmian canal. TlioColom tduii inrK)Bo was to keep tho mibjw.l on mo oiacxmall counter Indefinitely. H Is n care In which tho good faith wns connncn to this country. Homo perrons on the other sldo of the nuanuc sco certain tiling, on this sldo i iiio water pretty clearly. The Lon don Morillnif 1'llht. for minihtn It Is "In the Interest of tho world and oi civilization that rannmn declare. Its Independence and liolit Its flag under inn miencr oi mo guns of the United mates navy." flnv. Mockery' appointment nt Morei N. Halo to tho circuit benih In HU Jyiuls marks a new itotirin...

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. — 20 November 1903

THE TRIBUNE. l'ol.ll.hi-il tlr Tin: tuiiiim: i'uintixh co. montoomkryT ! MISSOt'M. a- J THE MYENGE OF CKMNDA. 11 v nuv ixviiwi: itt'.MmciTon. (.'I'lljitlu AnKollin1 mul licr mutlicr were not frlouclM ntiy mow viiuxi: ilmnmiiijiiii: of u fni-lild-den tlriiwor, followed by Hit- up jillciifliiii of the roil. Anil (Vlliuln AiiKi-'lliic, HllUUK hi l lie Kiu iicn docirwiiy. win tlnt-Ul.v tot t ttin re yciii'. Hit niotlicr wiik no union M'ltitw of t his ilollhi; tlmt nlie litiiuiiu'il it lillthi' nil' to the tlmt of Iior rolling l'ln. " hIio Btood lit the tnlili- lietweeii tin- two win. ilowfl, mid tin sound lidded to tlic llHtcncrV irrlevumv. I'nmilly V- llndit .ni;elliie tlell".liti'ti to In-nr lii'P mother hIiik with uvoln ns Hoft un tlic voice of tlic thrush wiilHi ni-Mcil iiiiioiik tliciildcrnli.v tlic mill lirooli. mid often iik ulie HhIi'IuiI hIic tlioiiclit linw jilliU were licr mot her n rlieekH, Imvv blue her eye, how m-i'lty the w!hih of lit-own hnlr rni-llni: 1"-xi-ntli thencnt...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 November 1903

' 1 1 1 T.. ' "1W1I-JWIWV,.' a"irf ' ' a J km I i . t f M if'M ' MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PubllHliud livory fridriy. iiy- TMIJ TKIDUNN PKINTIN'l CO.. II. C. AsiiUAUr.il, Udltor. Subscript! jn In Advnnco One Copy, One 'ear. . Sl.oo I'hone ). FRIDAY, NOVUM MM 20, IfWI. a fhw mohk hisntknckd. Three, moro representntlvo lend ers of ilia ilemocrntlc party of thin ntatc hnvu during thu pant week bren sentenced to thn stntn penl tcntlnry for n term nf yenrs, bo cauto of frauds nml crimes com mitted by thorn ntiilnst tho nntu rnllzntton Iawh nt the funeral election two yenrs niro. These men were tried by tho U. S. court And not by thn stiilo court, find will therefore Imvo to Htiffur, ns will nlso no mo others yet to bn tried. Thoinns II. llnrrctt wns on the dcm ocrntlc Htnto committee until Inst year nud wns ninrshul of the 8t. Louis court of appeals when ho committed thu horrible crime iialnst thu lawH of the United HtntcB nnd iiuiiliiut free Koverii ment. John 1'. Dolnn Is chnlrmnn of thu dum...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 November 1903

mm MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1003. County Correspondence. cool Thomas District Wo nro having Bomo weather nt present. Gathering corn 1b the order of the day nt present. Jns. West Is staying at tho rail xoad camp up near Wcllsvlllo this week. j Mrs. Amanda Thomas gave tho J young folks a social party last J Prlday night. Pulling candy and popping corn was tho pleasure of tho ovenlng. Kvcryono reports a cnjoyablo time. Hci. Bethel and vrlfo were visit ing down near Clarksvlllo last week. A. J. Yarbough's was visiting at Jaa. West's Sunday. Mrs. Salllo nnd Mnggio ElNbery wcro visiting Mrs. M. Y. Kirk's Saturday night and Sunday. Cravton Kirks and wlfo were -visiting Mrs. Noel's Sunday. Some few from this vicinity havo boon attending thd series of mcct- Jngs at town tho past week. jtC Somo of tho citizens of thl ' vicinity met at Thomas school I houso Saturday night to discuss tho merits of tho proposed tele phono lino from Mlddlctown to Montgomery City. Thero was nothing...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 November 1903

. mnimriM-'iB"" i itTrr " ", hi 1 t VERDICT OF GUILTY IN FRAUD CASES Jury Finds Barrett, Dolan and Gar rett Guilty; Penalty Deferred. ALL ASK FOR A NEW TRIAL Convlrleil nf AMInK ii ml Alirlllinr JtsJInni. In Securing rmuilulrilC till I urn 1 1 silt Inn Pnlirrs I'ull Vcnnltr Menu 'Ii-m Vrnrs. fit. I-onl, N'ur. 10. A verdict of Kullty wns rctiirnijil nt 1:15 Haturdny nftvriiinin hy tho Jury In thn cao nf tUu United Stales against Thomas 12, llarDtt, former mnrshnl nf tlin Ht. IiuLi court of appeals; Jolm P. Ilolan, clinlimnn of tho city democratic com mittee, nml frank I'. (Jnrrett, n mem her of tho Ht. Inils s)lro depart tncnl, nil charged with complicity In tiatitinllzatlon fraud. An noon iih thi' verdict wan relumed, attorneys fur tho defense tiled a mo tion fur n now trial nml potltlnncd JiuIro Adams to ncccpt bond pendlnis tho ilrclnUm on thn motion. Jnrr llcllliernles I'ur Sinus- lliturs, Tho ensn wan rIwii tn thn Jury at 4t30 iiVInck h'rldny nflcrnonti. Con sideration nf tho cn...

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. — 20 November 1903

!' -, , '- ,.-.,,,,.,..sr.ilMi fin LirWIAia Uonform Vuh tho ma'nud mosT sitfct VI It ll rennrioil Hint In tnnnv Irvnlittits proved nntl nilontnl In locsllcil uo-1 K7ZVH. I ll-S ORNAMENTAL BRIDGES. lion nn Ohio I'urittrr Atlilnl to lbs Atlrtictltrtira of Ills rtnce Mi Sutnll Kiiirnav, Formers, liy llio cxerclso of taste, may In many wayt nnd vvllhoat cxticnsc, be yond n llltlo labor of their own, mid to tic attractiveness as well at tlio vnluo cf their lands, tltliout cni laying nn artist or Inndscnnn gardener. An ix ample Is found on Spring Urrok farm, near Crestline, O., owned by Mr. H. It. Harris. It It nestled among nlclurcstiite Mils, hating running streams supplied by springs, and an attractive, feature Is Spring brook, n Utile ftreain of clear water, wlileli was formerly forded by tearao and farm vehicles over a rime. 01IN.Sli:.NTAI, I'AltM KltllXlU. A foot log with a hand rait was con structed for pedtitrlana. This has all been superseded by thn rustic bridge shown In Hie pic...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 November 1903

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