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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

I21S6 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pnires JO Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 12. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JAN UAHY 1, 1901. 41 Of) A VKAII Local Briefs. Hot lunchck nerved nt nil hours, at J. J. nnrton'n. Try oni of J. J. Barton's nlco hot 15a lunches, nerved nt nil hours. A Hon vns yestctdny born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sailor, residing two miles west of this city. J.J. Barton Is tho onlyonoln town who mnkes and sells homo mado candles. II. F. Itlttcnhouso hns purchased tho Mrs. Knto Hopcr place, In tho southeastern pnrt ol town. Chns. Crump left Sundny for Columbia to accept n position with tho Peck Drug company. P. B. Tufttwas called to Orln ncll, Iowu, Saturday, by tho sud den illness of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hays havo bcon visiting In Knnsas tho past ten days, aud may go thcro to ro sldo. Tho diamond ring rallied off by "Vogt & Son Saturday evening, was won by Br. Nowlln with a I) cent ticket. Tho "bucket shop" cases, be f pro the district court In this city for trial, h...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

TJXE TPtTBTJNE. ruiiiuimi iir Tin: thiiium: i iiintimi vu. nontgomkuy, t aiiBsouni. Jtulga Ilmmom, of Hoston, advises women of that city lo carry revolvers to protect themsclve from fexilpadJ ml highwaymen. Thin will lo ail new for thn Innocent pedestrian on Iho oilier aldo of tho tret. In a man from Panama a Panama nian, a I'nnamalan, a I'nnnman or a Panntncsn? Precedent would seem tn favor Ihc latter, a limn oul of mind tho pr,plo of China liavo been called Chinese, and beside, ltd llm easiest. A(xinil(in newspaper annoiincca.lhat a tilcphone has. been Invented which register Ihentimlor of tnr"iagc trans milled. Thn lnentlon would teller not tie heralded n n siirccs unlll It la lent ed on nn Amcrlrnndrug storo telephone. The. burning nf forty thoiiKand mall spruce In Philadelphia III order to prevent a rednrtlon In Ihn prleo ol Chrlslmna Inea wn a painful object lesson In tniniiHity ami Inek of for miry regulation. It wan u burning shame to hnoi. A year ago tho loclallstH wero bra...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

Lights and Shadows of Prison Life' By Mrs. Mnud Bnlllri(ton Booth, of the Volunteers of America. Tlic shadow of prison life are not tha cells. It is not tlic prison iliet tli.it makes the men behind the bars hopeless. It isn't the uni form that causes them anguish. The real shad ows are those which await litem when they have left prison. Instead of the shadow passing, when they pass the prison gates and once more find them selves free, it deepens. They rcnieinher the wasted chances and the lost opportunities. Their nerves arc shattered and they are all un strung. If they go to a man and tell him they have served n term in prison they will find no employment. If they do not tell their story and It is found out the em ployer immediately concludes that he has willfully deceived and there U no room for the man. The people cling to the old theory, "once a convict, always .1 con vict." It was taken from the old maxim, "once a thief, always a thief," and its only cause for being quoted is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 1 Ju!lln!iol Kvory Irkl(iy. HY - TMU TKIUUNI! I'lilNTINO CO.. II. C. AsilUA1K.il, liJltor. Hulmcrlntlon In Ailvnnco. Ono Copy, Ono Vcnr $1.00 I'ilOIIO )!. l'RIDAY, .lANI'AUY I, KKII. Cnll them what you iIiiikc, hut j (ho tlcrnncrntlo plntfnrm nil vtnnil for (rru trade mill free oup. Von r.nn't rub Hint nut. j Tho Stnntlnrd my tho TltlliUNC I rann, in n whisper to Iilmiolf, no- j cuses tho Stnwlnril editor o( being nt Jefferson City Init winter much of tho time nml nuiong thu bood lers, nml thinks, tho TttlliUNB l(i' wnntlng to dlvldu up on fcoino, of thoso 81, 000 bills that wero' llontlngnrounil. Yen, thnt woulri'nt ! coini! In Imtl. Hut it thu .Standard ' editor lllllnll.s thnt hu wim nt .ti.iW. , win City mime, of tho tlmo Inst win ter, mid tho rrcoriU huw ho win thorn iih mi oMcc holder nil of thm tlmo noma yenrn before when Ihu I hoodllng wns eipmlly iih bud, It might bn ndvlniiblo for him not to j ha too gcncrmiri nil nt once, n hnj inny need Komn of (lint ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FMDAY, JANUAHY 1, 1001. I Miss Mao Sco of Montgomery, Jonosburg Journal Itoma. 'City has been visiting hor cousin Father M. D. Collins who has MIm Madgo Ovcrstrcct fortho past been hero for tho pnl throo years, 'week, (has resigned tho pastorate of thin ' Kmmctt Oliver delivered sixteen parish and will lenvo noxt week City for his now chargo nt at. Mary's, In tho southeast part of tho state. Prlco'a Branch. ! ,,ctul of hoR nt Montgomery n. n... ',. i ........ .11.... I Monday. va. .......v o. - . ,. , .,. i ....... i, tho holidays with homofolks. A cortnln yunK man in mo) r w . ..u u Mlss.'ctStoUciiberg who Is nt- community brought home from Lenvell nnd wlfo and Mrs. Ul lo lending tho A. H. O. nt Klrksvlllc I low'1 n loml 01 now fimituro msi .. .. . mesuny. ".mo minus 1 can nenr ui ai mm wedding bells ringing." Wilson nnd wife, of Montgomery Merrill Oliver left Inst Friday j City, spent Sunday of last week night for Memphis, Mo., to visit with their uncle, Jm. M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

IHE DEATH LIST IS SIXTY-FIVE Sixty-Five Bodies Have Deen Recov ered from Connellsvllle Wreck. NEARLY ALL ARE IDENTIFIED I'nnrrxU Atr llrlnK llrlil nm l'at llir Oirrmirkril rnili-rlnUrrs (' Conduct Her lira mirrlal Srrtlrr llrlil I or Henri. Connvllavllln, I'n., Doc. 25. Anotlmr namu linn boon mlilcil (u Ilia limn dentil lint re'sultlng frimi tha Duqiicanu lim it ml wrick on Iho llnltlmora & Ohio railroad nt Dawson, I'a., on We-ilnei-ilny. Harry Duvlln, una nf llio tliri'O renminbis patient nt tlio Coltaita Mate lioHjiltnl, illoil Friday mornlnK. Thu total ilonil now iiiiiiiIhth f't. nml tlil:t probably complete thn list, nr thn Iwn still nt tlm hnspltnl nrn diSiiK well nnd will prnbnbly recover. Dun lin' linmn wan nt Ijinneonlnr;. Mil. Hlirrlnl Jli-rlcra Pur till- llrml. Thorti wn lino 1'lirlslmn funeral Hint of IMIsun (inldsmllh. liildmlHi win u iHi(nitar Jininit "inn, nml nn lm liii'imii iimriuipui attended llm crv Ice. TIki bodies lit llm either Cnn nollivlllo victim will Ik....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

A flentle Mini. "Ier tmd a peculiar dteam about eis last ntelit," tald the girl on tlie other end of the tola, , , , . "And wtit illil Jon drum! stked th jnmioK mm In the caie. "Tnat 1 yuii In a J'!"?" store pile inn ciunitemcnt rlniu," she blusliingly l tl!cI- Cinrltitiatl l.ngulrcr. Slinnlil llmr Knann Heller. "Tbst i an unlucky thini for l'rck, the enine driver," Hid the Runnl, "Ihey iwse him one o' them new eiis-mr. rcstcidaj.an be named It after Ma n ife." "Why unlucky!" asked the plate driver. "Why. it Mew lilm up I Ills looming.' Bitty btoriea. Sir. flrovcr'a t'nar. , Frederlka, li., Dec. St. Jlr. A. 8. (Irotet II now 71 scaraof age. For the lait 30) ears be has sutlered a meat deal of icknesa, and, allhciush hi la a teiiiiieratp man and lies el uicd spirits of any kind, hit kldneya had troubled him vcrv much. He paid! "1 hu told 1 had Diabrtra, and my symp- loma corrrionciru eiacur 10 inoo oi a young man who died of Oiabrtea in this neighborhood. .My feet anil limbs n 1ilrwi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PltlDAV, JANl'AKY i, 1001. . a " WADA8H TIME TABLE. Went limit))). Instil HI I.011U Learn Monlviimtr; .oaiii .,lli:4 in 3:10 1. id :'Jini I.lfipiii, ap H, MO pm , DM pro 10:l.-i . in .11:17 iti Kml llminil. I.ars MniilKumtrjr, Arrive In l.oiil., 1 Ii90 p in , I tVi rn " m l:uo a m J':Vra I.conm 3.4lpiu (I.o.) pin C. II.CAIIMAIMN, AffDl, LOCAL NEWS. Tho lioiinn pnrty 1 von by Mlm Gertrude Sharp, commencing Inst Hnlurtlny, wo brought to ft very pretty llniilo Monday evening with nn elaborate reception In honor of tliu members of tlio pnrty tho Miss Oraco Oupton entertained a number of her friends nullo roy ally Wednesday ovenlnp;. It was a very pretty offnlr, tho houso being dscorntcd with holly, cedar nnd red ribbon of crimp paper. The misses Kmlly nnd Martha OrahamLuc..H wcro ,, ,,,., . . of Mlneola, Miss I.uln Seo of Jef- ula alphabet and for one half hour feraoii Ulty, and N. I,. Townscnd ,, UBH Umn (our cop0 coula en. million, inn Hostess nnu her KK0 conversat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eiffht Pages 10 Columns. VOL. XII. XO. Y.l. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUJIT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1001. CI 11(1 A VKAIt v "' in .lir.Ncr. Local Briefs. Hot Iunchct served nt nil hours, at J. J. llnt(on'. Thcro nro now hIx arrested boarders nt the county Jail. J. I Baxter mid C. L. Clnrk ot this placo spent Wednesday In Bcllflowcr and Gamma. Miss Lizzie May McLoman, formerly of this city was married to Arthur Laukford ol Levi, Texas, Deo. 20, 100.1. llor. K. M. Denne, former rector of the Kplscopnl church In this city, died at his home In Mexico, Mo., last week. Mm. C. If. Carn ation of this city attended the funeral. Married, on January (I, UK) I, Mr James C. King and Miss Maggie K. l-Mwnrds, both of Gamma, Mo. Thn marring" was solemnized by Iter. It. 8. Duncan mid at his homo In this city. Misses Fatty mid Ida (,'arnahnn, daughters of C. 11. Carnahan of this city, nro here this week visit ing relatives and friends. Tho Misses Curnnhan urn actresses, and aro now members...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

TITETIUnUNTC. nn: tiiiiii m: riiiM i.Mi c ii. STOOMI.IIY, MIXSOllll. Kverytlilng inmn to lilm who walls. A fony-thniisnnd-dntlnr fortune In (Icr many Is nwnltlng u 8t. liuls wnllre-n. It In In l hoi On- dollars will mil trove mi nvnticsceiii ilrc.im. tfpeahlng ur (In; hlnl that "lays the golden egg" In Missouri It' tho tur- koy, Out of I Ik- eggs nf tliat lilnl wero hatched turkeys In ):m Hint rnlil In Uin 0cii mnrkot for iivit l.non.iiiK). Tim burglars In Chlcngti complain Unit Dm pollen nro nut lumenl nml lion limbic. Tlml In to say, when n burglar puts tin- illii for pmlocilni: lilm, they tnlie hi inoni'y ri ml linn efleii full tn protect- nltlimiKlii '' "in"'', limy don't I " no fur nn to timid t Hid ulillc Kef. John Alexander llowlo hoi placed n hoodoo ilm Hot'. HtcphcE Merrill, of New York. In other wonli Ilowln linn cxcoiiimuulmtrd hill fellow worker In thn gospel delil, Merrltl hating "bnikslld," ho Is "dclltnreel un til Knlnn fur I liu dcstnicllou of tin Huh." An Id' lmx hn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

oooooooooooooooooooooooooo i A Glance Backward Brief Chronological Record f tT.. L T"1. - i. L, II 4 .J o ui i-vtiii& i iiul nave i'luuc o the Year A.D.1903 Notable oooooooooooooooooooooooooo f 77c Tancxma 'Revolution jtion i M i lPnnama iinai treaty ratified by I 8 VII it !') ot( uf 73 to ft. Aug :i-Co:jmMan unaie rcjekl canal treaty. Nov 3 Panama declare hi Indtpendrnee of Colombia. t H. marine landeda! Colon Colom bian guuhont twtr.barl Punatna. ft- (' h re, ogutxt republic of Puna mi ftt'olomb.tt protrsn againat attttuJe ot r S hi, (I protects against American in tcrtirttutlon of lienty nf HI lO-Fram rivegntxis Panama govern ment 13- Mr Huniu-Varllli formally rflcelveJby Pre, liooseveli ui minister Panama republic. I New Isthmian canal treat signed by Hecretnry Hay and Mr. Iluiiaii-Vnrllla J- Pnimma reject nil overture to return to Colombian tovenlgnt). Jj-Oettnuny rctonlxe Pnnutnn rt public. 2 -Panama Jui.u rut I hen ejnal treaty, s-i!n. Ileye. pec la I Colombian envoy tt L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Jut)llnliod Jf.vory Krldrty. UV Till! TKIIIUNI! I'KINTINU CO.. II. C. AsiiliAlir.ll, liJitor. Hubacrlntlnn In Advance. One Copy, Ono Ycnr $1.00 Phono T'lllDAY, .lANl'AHY , U'OI. I !T..IUIILJ SECOND WEEK -SOR SECOND WEEK Our 19th Semi Annual Clearing Sale, Monday, January nth Without. ahateineiit the territtlo avalnueho in prices, the awful cyclone in prolits, Hie ilreadful saci'ilicc. on lirst class niciThantlisu continues. Ho on hand curly anil secure your share of the har-jains. "DON'T" Wait unlil otlu-iM tell you, ami tliun uoini! to ONLY CiKT SKCONI) (JJIOICH. Chicago's Hrc Horror. Tli Iroipiols Theatre lire horror nt Chicago prove anew tlii np pnri'iit (utility of human onntrl vniico lit inert ontiiHtrnphleH of till iintiini when put to ri tost. Morn was 11 thonlro which tin! nrehlleot mill owner considered no ni'iirly protected from tlinilnng rr must fonrcd In piny limine tluit It Ih repotted that they carried only 810,000 Urn liiMirnuiv, thougli tint build...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JANl'AHY 8; 1001. Thomas District Crnyton lilrlts mid wlfo visited nt Jolin Kirk's Inst Wednesday. Ora Ptltchetto ii ml wlfo ol Mnr tttishurg visited In this vicinity Inst week. Tim "Tolepliono fever" which nlso visited llils vicinity has about died out. It seems ns though the La Grlppu has n grip on n grunt many In this vicinity nt present. The "ThomriH Debating Society" Is progressing nicely. The ques tion for Friday night o( thiM week Is: Hcsolved, thnt theconstltiitlou should he do nmci.ded to prohibit the mmiutncttiro ami snlo of Intoxicants ns it beverage. Bnllflowor. Frank Harper's two children urn clck. rount Clnro nnd fnmlly were visiting In Mo ii I Komi cry Sunday. II. C. Onrdner nnd Louie Ordcl hcldo killed 1 10 rnbbilM Monday, more or leg?. Thorton Dyko nnd wlfo near Morsey, wero vIMtlng relatives hero Monday. II. Tucker McClure who In teach ing In I'II.'h College, Howling Oreen, was railing on friends here Sunday. Mrs. John HodgcrH, who has b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

RICHARD 1(1. TO DATE. WORK ALL NIGHT --tr- e V Klni; Gorman 1. (Democratic Leader?) A Honcl A Horsell My King, dom (or a Horsell I THE PAKTY WILL 1IE UNITED. .Nrn tiirlt Miitrftiiimi h it i It r ful llir II Mr lit MM) II ltrtMllMtIIM In II. Hi "li.lr, Itt'lTrwillltlUi Jul. li V Itwlillil, of 1 1m TliltllHh New Y'irk dltrlrl. who mi nf I ho I) in I liiiiwt! of Hie uinliilf I nihH;ut polltlt Iiiiih. Ih nut In it litre fnlly proimrnl Iniirvlrw mi n-puMUnn irntltlciilliil plll)i In N't w York, lit f)ft "I Nnr u Kfd dtul of tall, from 4m in nitli trlt-it't mIhhii Iht ! intimltx-itl'in tt ilif rr.tili:irnn ii..irMi. lit N Virk i u ilrfi.n iia iM-il jour I Ituvr ink'ti n kui 'i i'miI uf tmhii d 'i'k with ivfv r liihixin I know nlMMii lift- h! I it H'l- mnl i ut tin tiMltu-h' if hi imrlfiil'irlil'iil" M m itHilitiruiitt lulng riin-'it of Low t nlhi-r nputilli .um tin gnliuc (!" - i nrl, lut uhn I ulk wllh lit li i miliar im, (-. Urn I fln-l tl.it I nut fur i ll-Mini ttu tl-rj t otili liilal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Illiililtiic lllrl Arnleil. Mlm Ela l'leener, ngeil 1". wns nr rcnti .it .Maltlntul, Holi county, by I'r.nclnlile Jiunm Vance f lie bncl cloued with Jnmei Htrelmlrr. used 'IS. llol ti left their liomoii hi Sltcrlrtcin, Worth county, iiiirretiilti'iiisly, nucl and were taiiiiul fur Oregon, I ho county tent of Holt cn'itily, wltere they In tended to gel a IIcciim- nuil marry. Ml I'lecaer'ii father, who wi opiiwed t" her marrying Hteelmter. followed. but Ihe couple evaded Mm. II? lelenrniilio.1 to variiiux ixiliit. gnd the utret of the Ctrl followed Mnltland. Mlm Kleenet (till near nhort ilrenM-s. Tliri-Mtenlllir l.rltrr. A. T, I'erklnn. upcrlnlriiclrnt of I tie Kntitax City, SI. Jo.epli k Council ItlntTx railroad, rerelvcd a letter, at tit Joaepri, iltmnnilluK payment of 3,0(ii. In drfault of which tho wrl'tr derlarcd he would take the life of Mr. I'erklnn. Tho letter wan ulRned, "Otell Carter, itimmaiiiler of Ihe leamto of death," nil wan mailed from Walton, Mo. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 00 FUIDAY, JANUAIlY S, IWII. WADASH TIME TABLE. Wrl Hound, J.nm HI I.011U ,ravo .Monticome ry. Bfaiatn Ilrtlara 1:10 i in, ,. .trill pm 1.1.1 im , , r 4:31pm 7:.10 p in , l BO p m 10:11. pni , ,, , l'i:7 in Knit llo.lml. I.vr MonlKdnif r, Atrlirlnm l.ouls. 11:11 pin , I 00 id 3.4J a in , n;r,o a m 4-U in , , , , 7:iio in 11:41 m i (io pin s.Up.n , ii.oo pro (.'. II.OAHNilUX, A(tlt. LOCAL NEWS. County riiurt meets next Mon day. A good big illnnor served nt Jlnttnii'M fur Wc. Tuny Weeks of Williamsburg was In town mi business Tui'Hilny, Mr. nml Mrs. C. M. Krluilmr.lt relumed Miiiiilny from their visit tu Wnrrciitnu. Mrs. Will V.rscr mid Mint Tllll.i Owen nt Now I'lereneii wcrn shop ping hero Miindny. When In town Mop In a nil get one i( .1, .1, lliirtou'ri line HOo din ners. Mis (Imeit Harrison, who has liueii iiil(n 111 with scarlet fever, Ih iiIiIh In lie up ugnln. The Misses Altll 1111(1 Lentil Itlnl gcrs left yesterday for (lamina where they will visit with rel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eltfht rages 40 ColtnniiH. VOL. XII. JfO. 1!!. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY lii, 1901. ci no a VKAit Local Briefs. Hot lunches served nt nil hour nt Ilarlcy's. Ilucll Hcnsloy Is quite 'sick nt his homo with typhoid fever. Frank Lnzlcr, formerly of this city but now of St. Louis, visited licro Sundny. V. Y. aindney of St. Louis wan the guest of Miss KnthiTlno Grave Hundny. All kinds of cntidles, Including Ouenthor's lino chocolates nnd bon bona nt Ilnrley's. Miss Morn Ilordcnux, who hns been working on tho Troy Free I'ress cnnio homo Monday to spend u fow weeks with relatives. Tho now llellflower Telegram teems to be tho only democratic paper In the county tlmt Is oppos ing thu nomination of Jos. W. Folk. Tho repaired eleclrlo light machine nrrlved hero from Mil waukee Sunday, nnd Monday night tho lights como on again In full blnst. At tho speclnl election In Wclls vlllo Inst week to voto 2,500 to complete their new public school building, tho propos...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

T.i i.iirrmnrxM i'i'i,n.i,..l iir Till: TllllirM: I'lllMIMI CD. MlSSOl'ltt. MONT!0.li:ilV. : Thn Ht. Ixnild Itcpubllc n marks: "Wo nro nssiired Hint henceforward thcrn -w. Ill m no hitch In thn ItrnU proi ceding, lull will Kr.il proudl ulilimii Inlni; IiUiIipiI nnl will be kt.'llnl without liltiblng? Wo rnn'l (util mi)' more runaways at HiIh slngo (if Ilia gun"." It In tin lliln tlini) ll.nl ha I ecu din eoicred In Alaskn. valuable ilcimnlt tins Ijccii umuiercd near the Arctic Menu, iiihI tin-opinion It expressed by n member of Hip govcnricntiil ginlng- Irnl survey Hint (nun Hilt l!ml ll.J United Hlnlm inn bit supplied Willi (In iiillli Irnl In iiivrr nil pirtMldo He m.iniiit. Tlii (Iirmnii sunn-inn inurt linn de rided tlml Hi" nulo railway halo the right In work n Incouiiitlro engineer Hxlccn linurH mil i if I win i - tour, nnd tlml ir lin fall nli'ii nl hU post bc ' fura tin' f-x l rut It mi nf Hi) Ixtrcnlti imiir tm I rt-mnslhl' for tit? daning? resulting, llnw'ri tint for barbar...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

SPECIAL MESSAGE President Roosevelt Transmits Ills Views to Congress. TREATY SHOULD BF. RATIFIED SnyaTIirrr Wn u ltm1 Icily itn lnrt of TMs ilntrrntttrnt In llrmlutlitu Clmrue Cttloiiitiln Hli (irretl AH Interest lmiiinl (.'mini, Wainlngtcn, Jan i I'rtsMf nt Itoov velfa ijfdftl message to countess on the fuhji'Ct ot the Panama canal trraty treats lirjMy of the ljiiatna rebellion, the In ciJms kaJIntf up to ll and the part of lU lulled BUU In It. II retir to rrevtotji legislation au tt.oriilna tht m sttltni to conriiido trraty u 11 ri ColomhM for the Lui;!lrc of the cnnal, and If niter a Trainable larse of Hint it wo found iintotw!t:c tc scure Ha necessary ttrriinry from Columbia to rnrrt to in Xlcaramian route for Ihe construction of the i-ahal. The later flturnntiv. he a. It now iinr.ccfesary, a the control of the ntcniary territory at Panama has Ltn sictireJ. lteffrrln to tl.o rejection of the treaty wIiU Co lomlilA b that nation, he ay: 'This act murlutl the climax of the f fort ...

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. — 15 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, PuhllMliutl ICvory KrltJny. HY Till'. TI.'lllUNIi I'KINIINd CO.. II. C. ASIIIIAIIfiM,I:Jltnr.V Mang'r ' Hiihicrlnllon In Ailviinca. One Copy, Onu Vi.ir Ji.oii Phone )i. FRIDAY, JANI'AHV I.",, IIKJI. A I1CPUIILICAN CIII-DIT. Our nf thu great hcnelltx which tho government has bestowed on tho n'lipli! In rci-cnt years has Im-mii thu frro rural ik'llvery of mull. Tills docs nut yot cover tho entire country lint routes nru being cs tnl il I hIicm I no rapidly Unit It soon will practically do so, mid 1 1 1 progress In datu has been really marvelous. TIiIh Is ono ii( tlm tiling to Im not down tu tin; credit of tlm re publican putty. When you eoiiio to go 'r tho Hxt ' purforiimneo lay political parties you will llml (tint tint republican putly has n sweep. Tlm Inst democratic presi dent, wax Mr. Cleveland ami thix Im what tin wild of rural frco deliv ery In his message, December ISM, Tlm esllmalo coot of runil frco delivery generally In wi very largo that It out-lit not ...

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