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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

.7. l-.witaJAaY;f MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PascH Forty Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 7. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1D0U. $1.00 A vln IN ADVANCE. Local Briefs. ft ) id Circuit court was Adjourned last Monday untll,Monday of next week F. J. MottaBhd went to 81. Louis Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with friends. The first fall of snow hero for this season camo Tuesday night; an Inch deep and Tpry light In quality. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Carkcr of St. Louis spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milium of thts city. Tho new M. 13. church building at Mnrtlnsburg will bo dedicated next Sunday, 20th Inst., by Iter. ED. Lyllo of Maryvlllo. jffVnmcH Holcourt, an old and highly esteemed citizen, died at his homo south of High 11111 on the 13th Inst., ngod 70 years. Men. Duller, n very old colored man, n former resident near Jones burg nud Troy, died at tho county poor farm Inst Thursday night. Tho Wabash rnllrnnd passenger depots nt Wcllsvlllo this county, and Gtlmoro...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

W&W.--' fflWMIIMMMMaWMM,Til'waiMII ' " k'j " Mil' ""i I 'Tr ' - If' , THE TR I BUNE. OIIHBKNTTOHCB. !' ! i-.mi.i.i m xiIB 1IEWB III BB1EF. m t i tiii: thiiii sn i'iiintixci to. I f MONTGOMKIir. J MISSOURI. to.Miiii:nl.l m: i . t i f i i ! Tlio Canadians can't bco why nn American play shouldn't hoist the llrll Itli colors ill n dramatic: climax Inslcael of Iho Stars not Stripes. Anybody tan tro how nleoly Hi In would work Into '.ho play of Ilarlxim Kreltsthe. Several records have Ik en established rctciilly.. ltussla burned up three mill Jon of paper money; nn nlmhlp tn.nla forty-nit miles In I'll mlnules; a hu man car brought I'.OW.nnd klrscs wcro liiutcil nt only 12.37 apiece, and a drug on ibo market at that. When lietlcr waterway are Intelli gently dlicuneil before t ho copln Iho pular Judgi.ieiel U llko that of Itio voters of New York, who decided, by on Iminrmiu majority, lo Issuu bonds nmounllhg to $101,000,000 to enlarge a canal stretching across Iho state. A dispatch fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

I ) ) T H E MASKERS A NEW YORK TIIANKMIIVINO HAY SIORY MM at fancy drfaa ntTalr nn never-to-li- forgotten i vniltiK wlien Men hail tnlit licr of )i!a lovf, anl tlcj about tho looscnM curia of lier ilnrlc hair n flllft of yolil-rnlnrril tibbon, ilic looted no inoro han a child. I She filliped aotlljr down (ho ntalr. nnd reached the miter door of the ground Hour unolmerved. A company uf inakkcn went nciirrylng down tho , Mrrct like lirlitlit. wlnil-awrpl aultimn I leaves. Quickly oho HfiKj In among them, nnd, acliivl with the abandon nt me moment, aim ucgnn in King Mil iTWAH notat)plcalThank- KlvlnR day, kelni; ao warm o, an n," ! ':' . "?'; York, from tho llaltery to llronx. and beyond, tho lu. tnlnoiu pc?.rl-Rray tnlt htniK, d ru;i;ed canopy, which In amta reached down to tho niollt Uriel level. When Carolyn Martin Iuum-u uu alio of necessity looked up, and aa the only opt nhiE In her tiny apnrt merit wni toward tfco iky, the saw nollilnc; but n maaa of pray foe At tho Mood with her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. l3ubllMliod IJvory Krlduy. 1IY THU TKIUUNB PRINTINd CO.. II. C. ASIIIlAlir.il, Editor. Bubsorlptlon In Advanco. One Copy, One Year $1.00 Phone go. Friday, kovkmrhr 27, um. To ironiotc (liu Intercut of tlio Republican pnrty by tliu malnten nnco of unity mid harmony, mid (lie ndopttou of crrdltnljlo methods calculated to Incrcrihc thn party vote,'l declared to bo tlio purpose of the nff oclntloii of the chairmen and M'crctnrlcii of Iteptibllcnn county and city central e ommlllcc men of MlflHOiirl, u permanent or ganization of vhlclt wnit effected at Clayton on Monday last. Dr. Alonzo TiiIiIh, formerly repreoen tatlvo from Onaijo county, hut now of Hermann, Uaxeonade county, wnt elected ((resident; 8. Ilntlinwiiy of Mexico, vltu prefldenf, S. (I. McDowell of Cnrrolltou, xeeretary, mid II. I'. Klimolvlnn of Maiden trcimurcr. It Is commonly understood, and frequently averted that Abraham Lincoln was tho first President to Issue a Thanksgiving proclama tion, and that h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

( MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDAY,"NOVtHnn:ir27, 1003. County Correspondence. Thomas District Crnyton nml Jessie. Kirks nro gathering their corn ncnr Mont gomery tlil week. IIcz. IJcthcl U building a new .addition to tils residence Tho wood chopping at Mrs. Bethel's last Tuesday was well at j tended, and n nlca lot of wood cut. J Win. Went nnd wife visited In ' Martlnsburg Sundny. Mm. M. V. Kirks and Mrs. Mary Morning visited nt T. Kcnthloy's Thursday. Ora 1'rltclictt of Martlnsburg la hero nt work setting out npplo trccH on his place. Ho Ins six hundred to plant out nt present. Hnt Sperry Is putting up n now residence. This' community In making qulto nil Improvement tills fall In tho wny of building, re pairing nnd painting. Wo arc glad to note thusu Improvements .nnd liopo llioy mny continue. There U nollilug better tlinn to eecyovery houm properly painted im& to sco tho fences around It fn good rcpnlr. It spenka well for a vicinity to find there conditions. Tom Stonsbery Is hnulln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

. II INFFRNSI MJPHINF I III! L-IIIII1L- lllllllllllll. "731 , i f! BLOWS UP MINE Conspirators Cause Two Deaths aud Wreck Mine at Cripple Creek. $5,000 REWARD OFFERED Hn 'Mii(innr Aanrrli 'IIihI llif lis IiIii.Imm Wnm I'lHinl l nn In Irriinl lnrliln IIimIIc- llrruv rrvl Hill, Murli Dlltlrilllf Crlpjilo Crork. Col., Nov. 23. CliarlM M'U.rmack, mift rlnlomlcnl, ami Mel (In II. llo.lv, n miner, wero klllnl sliurl I Ufnro nixin Kulunlay by nn cxplo- kinti in ilm vlnillrnlnr mine. (Miters Df tlio Vlmllmlor Mlnlne Co. nsrorl Hint tlio explosion was c-ausi-il by mi Infernal mnrliliip, itml WO mill t In to n linio bi-cn pluttil mi KunnJ nriiun'l I In' (tuminny'H properties, It In i llcti-d llin r-xploilou Brew out of tlm inltii-rs rlrllic. Hunt. MiCiirnmck ami .Miner llcck nrrn ilosccmllnjr, Into tlio mlno In the ' Tlir-y nero tlio only pissenscrii, Wln'ii It rradiPil tlio nlxttt lovel tlio ex plosion orcnrrpcl, wrr-clilni? Iho cast mi l halt nml Instantly ItllllnR bolb men. Ilmllrs llrrmrrr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

CONSTRUCTION OF DRAINS. 'Unit Imitnrlnnt Tlilnsr la to lft I'roiirr llrnite l.lnr for Lar Iiik Hie Hl. "A stream of water at bottom of s ditch li a better Index for grading a ditch than a losel." Hits stnument by ono who wrote on drainage, matters takti us back tu prlmltUo methods when guesswork and wnsto of energy pre vailed. To wait for a wet time In order to have water to level by would be to In vito corresponding disadvantages. To work In the mud and water with tho (tick)' earth clinging to tho tool li something to bo avoided If pontlble. As to tho (trade line mado by dlmttnsj after water It will be uneven, and, although It may do where there la plenty of fall. It U not at all to be depended upon when one li working within close limits. 6Jt. (IIIADIMO A DITCH. Hvery practical ditcher knows, who has attempted to "grade himself" from stake to stake by wattr In the bottom nt the ditch, that he will rise too fait In those rales where the engineer hat found It necessary to fix a grad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 November 1903

i Cdl'l MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Fit I DAY, NOVKMDEH 27, 1003. WABASH TIME TABLE. WKST IIOUMt). Acroin. Loctt. M.l.oult 7:4(1 ni &.mpm JoonlMirif . ..10:1 in 7:lupin S:43n lllfh Hill ...HitttUiii 7:11 pui 10:IS.ra New Florence 10.3.1 alii d.ulpio Ihuuim Nonlioinfr.. 10,4.1 in sill p m 11:11 p n vTelltlrllll . .lo.Mnn H:'J7pm 11:0.". p u KAHT IIIIIIMI. .. .. !. Aervin. Locel. Wfllitllie . .1.17 1 in 7:.i;m 10.00 mi lsniranirjr al p in 7:.V) ni lo.Utn Utn Klorf nc .OJ p in Hum in IliOO'a ro lllfh Illll Irtish in :.- m 11:0.1 p n Jopriburf iilsp m H:18iu ll.M pis HI, Lome (l:.Vi ii in 11:10 in KArtT TI1AINH, Weil IJoiintl, HI. Louii Leaf, Montgomery, :ra 11.11 am S:10pm 4.10 p id I.I'P" 4:3Spm 7:30pm..,., , SMpu 10:11pm ... 11:47am Kail lloiinj. Irfare Hontroroarir, Arrive Inril I.oiila Pm 1:50. n HfiOmu Jj8?"'" 7:nom lpm O.OO pm U. II.UlRNtlUN, AglDt LOCAL NEWS. Kcmcmber (ho Daznar Doc. I, Hand I In Hudson bullclinif. Undressed turkeys worn selling ior mo n pound Wednesday. Mr. nntl Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Paged Forty CulumiiH. VOL. XH. NO. 8. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DKCKMIlEIt I, VM. $! in advaVJce. Oood and Had Politics. Politics when rightly considered is business, and good politics makes good business. Its legit imate objects and purposes are how best to ndmlnlstcr the affairs of government and promote the welfare of all tho people concerned. 80 that like all other businesses It should deal with present condi tions and needs nnd then apply such remedies and adopt such methods as will best attain those objects. Hence, as Jtho Triiiu.nk aid In Its last Issuo, replying to tho Standard: "Wo hopo our .l.rr..,l mlAmn,nf will n persist In trying to pnlmoff his old and dried up doctrines (or prosont dfjy affairs." It tho conduct ol atartlos mora than a generation ago Us to bo brought Into tho discussion ol present day politics, whero would It lead to nnd what good can result even to bcnollt the Standard's own party. For It wo remember correctly tho dem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

THE TRIBUNE. I'lildhhed Mr TIIK Till III ,Ni: I'lllXTIMl CO. MONTCoMr.uy, : iiiBsoum. The mnn who stole f ho pennies from ft dtnd man's eyes wns n gentleman nml a scholar compared wllh tb3 St. l-titil grafter who skimmed llio grease nft of tho rooking pulii at dm poor house and t(tli it fur tils personal prof-It. J. I'lorimnt Morgan's prrrnulloii ( providing Hint tlio Intern t on IiIk rec ant! mortgage bonds il;lit bo ! fnult d for two years Ik fore foreclosure proceedings could bo brought will he admired liy every ninn who has mort gogo Intercut lo meet. Visitor In the World's fair grounds at 81, louls of which I turn havo been many thousands In Iho tourso of the 11 few weeks, are agreeably sur prised nl tho advanced maun of prog run In construction nml general ar rangement of ihn grounds. Ilcforo Senator Newlaiiils' hill for tho admission of Culm to tho Union ai n stnto goes nny farther, let It he umendod that the admission tako placo after Culm has hail adopiato public schools fu...

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

THE TRIBUTE. ;t MONTCO.MDRY, (( l'uhlUhtri llr TIIK tiiiiium: rillNTIHO CO. : mibsouw, The Mark of Her Birth y BVTON WILLIAM' ICarrokt,llu,lr lollIlarr rb.Ui.) fX the thirteenth of August, In the I U vtar lss ,nB following Item p- ' yeared In the Herald: Another Abandoned Child. Last evening a well dressed woman wearing heavy veil and carrylnganlnfanlcnterrd the Central drpot. Borne momenta later a waiting passenger was attracted by the crlea of an Infant lying In one of the arata. The passengers called the atten tion of omcer Murphy and the latter, unable to And anyone claiming the In fant, conveytd It to the matron of the F atreet nation, who In turn tent It to the. foundlings' home. An awaiting patsenger at the atatlon noted the fact that at the time the omcer took charge- of the child a well dressed woman, hear. lly veiled, ttood at the entrance of the train abed apparently watching the scene with great Intercut. Immediately upon the omcer taking charge of the child the well dre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

MKJHHIijigflHH! . . ut(af4. y)" t 71 t"' :;. St. L St. ouis otore HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT. Again .Santa Claim ha taken his Xhiiih abode in our Annex jiwt next floor to tlic main utore (FergiiHon'ri old utand) where we will hIijw the largobt itnil rttrongent line of HOLIDAY GOODS we 'have ever handled, and at prieeH fur lower than you could expect on Hiieh high railo gift. The line connistn or TOYS, DOLLS, "WOODKN WAItti, CIIIXA, SILVtilt WAR 1-3, and SILVER JfOVKsVl'JHS. XovelticH in McilnllioiiH, 1'ieturen, Mirrorn, Vimch, 1'laten, Cut (Jlim and in fact a choice line of present for Xinau and weddiugH. Save Your Tags and Keep Coming. Yon May Get a Present. 250 DOLLARS 250 (Jlven away absolutely PRliB with' out condition or restrictions. FREE! FREE! FREE! Wo shall mail on MONDAY, DEC. 7, 2000 logs with numbers on tlicm nmt wo Hlmll pliicu (rum tlmu to tlmo until Xmns ilny corresponding num bers Dti 5(H) presents valuing from lUu to SIO each, making a total of $r0 Knit wo will glvo away....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

MONTGOMERY TeiBUNE, FRIDAY, DKCKMBEK I, 1003. Prlco'n Branch. I 1'. Ai Summers nnd family wnrn ,tho guests of Frank Wells nnd family Sunday. I r- "! IT mi t iJOUnty Correspondence. Riving dinner. A largo number of , . I relatives partook of the repast. Airs. 8. A. South Ig vlsltlnrr Mlddlotown Chlnn Itnmi Mrs. Capt. House, who formerly1 clatlvc,, la st' LouU' I. i . , n luur nines west 01 town on iho Mexico road, died ntlicr homo In Wcllsvlllo on Sunday last at the ago of 03 yenrg. Her death re sulted from pneumonia, after only I one weeks Illness. ' John Hcntfro and family have moved from near WcIIkvIIIo to Mr. IJcz Odon's farmenst of town. Will Oraham nnd family moved Thursday to tho King farm two miles south of town, which Will bought recently. Two wagons camu In from tho Walnut Orovo community ladened with such things as nro necessary lor tho comforts of n prencher nnd his family. Thoso wagons con tained liny, oats, corn, pumiklns, turnips, Hour, meat, canned fruit, rolls of but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

11 THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DON'T KNOW IT To Prove What SwnmpRoot, the Great Kidney Remedy. Will do for YOU. Every Reader of Our Paper May. Have a Sample Dottle Sent Free by Mall. neil, sleeplessness, nervousness, heart disturbance ilue to bail kidney trouble, ikiii crupllom Irom bail blooil, neural gia, rheumatism, diabetes, bloating, ir ritability, wornout feeling, lack nl am bition, loll ol fleili, tallow complexion, or nright's iliicaie. II your water, when allowed to re main undisturbed in a glass or bottle lor twenty-lour hours, lormi a tedi- WMk ail astittllir kldtsys art letsoatlHs far mots tlcka.it. aid iiBnl( tbil asr '' dllSalt, tBSKfen), WhlB IBIsalBlllt Of Still cants, kUssy trmtls It terminal l MalinM, (attl malts art tatt ta fcllaw. Test atatr oriass mar srid sttittloa-Ut year kl4o.ji molt, btcaut tsty 4 ntl aad attd at tiatloaBitt, II yea art sick or " lit I UJIjr," BHiitaklsf Dr. gllmtt's Swim, .Root, tit gtsst lldsay, lirtr sad tlale'tr remedy, VetuMat tsa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

i 'Miss Wliillnkcr, a prominent club woman of Savannah, Qa., (ells how she was entirely cured ol ovarian troubles by the use of LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ftiAn Mrs. PixitnAvi I heartily recommend I.) ill it i:. l'lnklmin's VcRCtnblo Compound an a Uterine Tonlo and Regulator. I suffered for four years with Irregularities and Uterlno troubles. No ono but those who havo experienced tills dreadful agony can form any Idea of tha physl eat and mental tnltcrr thoso endure, no are inus nniicicu. your VOfro- ulo ConinounU cured ma wll bin urea months. I tens fully restored to health and strength, ami notr my periods are rcirulnr and rainless. What a blessing It Is to bo ablo to obtain such a remedy when so many doctors fall to help you. Ijycllii I;. l'lnklmm'M VcKctnbloCoinpiniiul Is better than any doctor or raedlclns I ever had. Very truly yours, Mist Kast WniTTAKr.n, COI 3Uth Kb, W. Savannah, Oo." ISOOOfi'frHlfnttlnltf tot In ttr Jf SW9 ttnmtMtitt I toilet tt ftv4uetd Tlio Ich...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 December 1903

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PHIDAY, Di:CKMBEK 4, 1DOT. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wetl llouud. Lv SI. Louil Lent MonlKonurr :onam ....llrH an 1:10 pm , Mu l.lhpin., ... ... , ,. . ... 4:ifm 7:Uum ..Mnm l(i:16pm 11:47 m Kit! Hound. UonlKiiiniirr. Arrlvt InHl.l.nuW llriSpm 1:60 a n 1.4'i a tu , fl.no a m it m , 7:04 m 11:17 ra l.oopm 1.4pm n:00 pn C. II,UarnN4N, Aunt LOCAL NEWS. A ton wns liorn to Mr. nnil Mn. Clnuilo 8. Hlco last Wednesday, Elder O. K. Arsltcr wilt preach farewell sermons nt Price's tiranch next Kuiiilny, as ho linn accepted n call elsewhere No sendee Hnlur day night. V. H. Andrews, n brother of Mr. Wm. Wnld of this city, who Iiiih been In Cnnndn (ornbout 20 year past, arrived hero Tucsdoy to visit icIntlvcM. The scholnrs of the city public schools Inst Wednesday afternoon brforo closing for Thnnksglvlng, domtted tho needy poor of this city H.'i In cnihnnd u quantity of food and clothing. Pouter Lewis nold hln HO aero fnrm south of town to Fred Wrck innn of Wheeling, Mo. for 815 per...

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

J f THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 48oluinn8. VOL. XII. NO. !. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, lOttl. Local Briefs. J. O. Whltcsldo of Big Spring In 'this week moving his family lo The President's mcssago appears i clr new home In this city. in full In this paper today. Misses Alra Ollllland and .9 1X- publisher 1 ' SsilllllllllHillllM Miss Kainoryn Ulsen was a -visitor in Wellsvlllo Sunday. For Kent, a 100 acre farm. Ap ply to E. B. Gentry. Miss Snlllo Ceding of Bell flower wns In town ono day last week. Miss Laura homefolks hero a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kalm return ed Monday evening from their woddlng trip. Miss Lula Wilson Is visiting Harry Mooro and family mar Vriccs Pranch. Tho TRinuNK and cither the Bc publlo or Olobe-Democrat ono year for $1.73. Miss Maudo Kcllcy was tho guest of homofolks near Williamsburg n fow days last week, J. V. Tlppctt and J. L. Wyllo Tlsltcd W. C. Pavclcr near Sham rock n fow hours Tuesday. Mm. C. H. Copped go retu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 December 1903

r 4i TP 1 ' THE TRI BUNTS. I'nlillhl Mr TIIK Till HUNK I'KINTI.Vd CU. MONTOOMEKY, Missouri!, An earthquake shock tailing several seconds u distinctly felt, on the 2d, at rcmngnatn, in. Ilcpresentntlto Itnhlnson. of Indiana Introduced a Mil In congress, on tin 1st. making the Chinese exclusion law nppllcnble In I ho Japanese. JiiSge KohlsaaL In tho United Stntoi district court, Chicago, on the 1M, ap pointed receivers In bankruptcy for the property o( John Alexande r Dowln, nt Zlon Clly, III Tho wedding of Frlnco Alexander ol reck and Princes Allroof Alhany wai et, on the 2d, for tho 11 rut week to February, at Bl. fleorgc'a chapel. Wind or emtio, F.ngland, A reduction of len per cent In th wage of the employes of tho Blinrcm plant of the American Kteel Founilrlct Co., at Sharon, I'a., went Into effect on the lit. About COO men were af fected. Judge Chnrlc II. Ilalley, need eg illod suddenly at Clarkvlllc, Tenn., or tho 4th, of heart trouble. I In left I wife and four children, lis w...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 December 1903

THE MESSAGE TO CONGRESS President Roosevelt's Annual Communication to the National Legislators The Isthmian Canal and the Pan ama Revolution Are Given Lengthy Consideration Says the Department of Commerce and Ubor Will Go Fir Towards Solv ing the Trml Problem. Ctllf Attention to UndtitrafcU Immljrjlioo-. Aiki lor Mori Slrlnjtnt Niturillu tlon Uwi tnd CMorcimtnt Wimi u Com mission Ia Invest iKntei .ted cif Merchnnt Murine I'oat (Mile it ml ! li He I, tend I'rnttde Our Porelun Itrlntlntis. To the Hfhiitr nnd House of lleprtnenta Uvea. Th country It to be congratulated on th nmount of iufiatitntl.il achieve ment which hut matkrd th p.iel )tur both i rtgurj our foreign m.1 a regard our domestic policy With a nation n wllh n man th most Important thing art those of the house hold, on J t tit rt fori th coun(r I espe dally to b congratulated on what has been accomplished in the direction ot pro viding tor the exercise of supervision over the great corporations nntl combinations of corpora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 December 1903

TK". . MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Published ISvory Kriduy. BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO.. II. C. ASHHAIJGII, Editor. Subscription In Advances. On Copy, One Year... S'.oo fnnne 96. FRIDAY, DECKMDBK 11, 11)03. Thcro Is not n negro In congress now, but thcro nro twenty -night In Hnrvnrd university. Ills much bet ter lor tho rnco to bo well repre sented In good colleges than In congress. Indication are (avorablo to Dowlo. Itlcli convcrta nro coming to hln assistance and n number of hits crcilltors Imvti withdrawn their claims, while othiTH hava signified their Intention of doing ho. Dowlc, himself, nnyn ho U worth St 1,000, 0(K). Wlmtuvcr U sulci of Klljtih II, he Is not lacking In nerve. An exchango nik: "Who Ih tho happiest, tho man who pchschhob 8100,000 or the mnn who lms seven daughter V" to which anuxchiinga replies : "Tim man with' tho seven daughters, of muron. Tho man with tho money Is not hntlslled and wants more. Tho mnn with tho seven tlnughtrrx Is eutlxllcd ho has enough." Senator l...

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