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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FIUDAY, JANUAKY 15, IOOI. Now Floronco Londors. Nowx reached hero Friday morning ( tho death of MnJ. I. V. Stuwnrt at his homo In Okln Tiomn. Mr. Stewart was n former resilient and postmii'tur of tliU place. Frank Long hns purchnsed tint Ulnckburn property In tins cant part of town for SbW. The IlurlliiRlon oMcIiiIh nt Troy, Wednesday, announced Hint trains would run over tho cut otT Juno Int. Thcru will ho ISO trnlna every " hours over this dlvUlou. Mr. John F. Llonbcri;crnud Minn Ilattln L. Lofton were marflcd at II o'eloek Wednesday nt tho homo of T. M. Lilian imnr Ilup;o, by McDanlcl. MUK Ilnttlo Is the daughter of Mr. nnd Mr. T. M. Lomi and a worthy younc lady. Mr. Alfred Witt wns married to Miss Martha McCrnckon at Joncsburg Wednesday afternoon by Uov. Miller of thl place. Ono of tho bridal presents consisted of a SO.OOU farm Riven by tho father of tho bride. Mien Mc Crackcn recently moved to this 'County from Pennsylvania. Mltlcllotown Chips Itoms. Died, a...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

ANOTHER "NATURE" BOOK. la Whirls llrMK'f Jeliin-r I nncy 11 liilrs Tnlrn of llrr InllimiPf' tilth HIM Animal... "WiM llrutc-i I llitofhw" liy llrMftft Hcloh ('Unfj. Tfal rharmirift trroup of ea m) hat alwui it the wiur of thv UtkwrKwI t'i A lettiaikaUe deffrev, M)a tlio Milwaukee m rtnu fi. m iho trrftfT t b 1 1 hr rail lih? nai itnt in the wild l nnitiiMn Aliniimntii, nhrrhnaHurUtcH almott cutitrfy vulli IM aounalt. Mm mm: .Many tlfnr I utnl to (t iimlrr trie for hour i it a tint, urntrhitK for to m a atal at a r)Wl. I muM iboot (tooi with a rill, ft hate often it en who Wf re Morn? bott than I U. WlitnthcutlnririrU rro uaMlng Ihnr time t7oir.it to ditifict te)Mf1, I muuM I Matkir.ii thriMinri XI wood, natettinic thr WiM U-atti liUytnjt in th Utr ami tn ti. itrau, aini lamina oniftliitn cmjr minuti. xtn lota o' ftinni Inculuitt, whicii I will try ly mtntlon in tfti htrv Iwfik." Mim .Srton-riai.tr It fine ofl tho Iff, tin tamed toiiN wHu ooaionjlljr atarltc Ilia liirfir)' wttilJ )y ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

HOBBY HORSE CHURN. Clftrr clii'liir of Knmni ClIJ tirolim fitr MnkliiK n llnrl.fr lo 1 riHihlv.itinc. WurLt. The very ncwt-il thing In the way of s churn linn liccn ImenUd Ly a mnn frorr I Kansas City, w ho stands all iny Ions I on the corner of Fourth and Main dl ' plarlnB hit Ingenious bullcr-maktr. tThr churn Is made In Ihcshajioofarocli- llnR hone. It la crudely shaped, and painted a vivid blue, hut the way that knlmal elves buttermilk Is a wander. The body of the hone l tho churn (roper. Tho head comrs oft In the. jinpo of n lid and rottnls a cylinder jl'a iiirccuaineraauacnfd. inecjim T Avnlil Tie Viit. In the hiltrr of our comic literature t litis have ixen many genuine "Irish bull" re corded, hut ratrly cue t ist If of a neater brand than that mcounttrrd a few nuhta :o at a political Braiiiei-ing on i,oeutt street, :iove llruad. In i'lulnJcl l.hia. fan tlm ltcc- rd, of lUl c.lv. A coiiMiiiion nt iiel(il( ail lip.fi ralli-d tortti.etiiernlfaof thenar- tr and in order to txpet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PHIDAi', JAV'l AttV I . Ifrtl. vabash Time table. j Wft Itnmi'I J1' I"" 4 a" i in P l7 . m j KmI llimn'f ill .J?- wpm imy the man who related Mrs. Shatter- Smith- Althel.cr- Smlth Bprry.Rrry.Smlth,! mntrlmonlnl adventure to tho Pulton Grirelte, ' i the. daughter of -Uncle' firm Tnrrenee, who curried the mall over tho Cnlwood hill fortwnty Mx yean, mid with nit her trouble look nnnntho woroforthi ilorm of don1etle life. In fact, aho told mo her.eif once of her trouble, aiyirtg that he licid Ivert murrled lx time, hud fo'ir living hu band nnd yet In nil her marital venture hnd never yet owned a mnn that either kilted a, hog or took .1 turn of corn to mill." For Rent: For Sale: Money: 400 acres, well imrjroved. i All or part. A few real bargains in small farms. J Lowest Rates and beat terms. Joe Wong Laundry! FIRST CLA53 WORK Montgomery City. Mo. R. H. BAILEY 5c CO.. FARM BROKERS & FINANCIAL AGENTS. Opn Hons Bind, imimtr Cltf, la, Shirt .. 10c r;ollre,ich -21-2-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight rages 4() Columns. VOL. XII. NO. IB. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY '22, MOI. CI OH A YKAU Local Briefs. Ico eleven Inches thick Is being yut up hereabouts this winter. Oysters served In any style and at all hours at Unrlry's. Minces Kmlty and Mnrthn Orn linni of Mlncola wcro In town Tuesday shopping. Lost, n solid gold camoo ring last week. Finder ploaso return Hnmu to this ofllco (or reward. John Drydcn, a former resident of Wnrronton, lost his wlfo and Iwolvo-yonr-old son In the Chicago ilrc. A gang ' about thirty railroad track layers nro now at Now Vloronco coming west and laying now ralU for the Wabash. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dnrncy of Joplln, Mo., Jnn. Ill, 1001, a flnu girl. Mrs. Harney was formerly Miss Orrtrudo Cnrr of this city. Married, by Hov. It. 12. McQulo t tho homo of the bride's mother In this city, Monday, Jan. IH, at ! p. m., Thos. L. Thompson and Miss Fredda Hurt. Dr. J. C. Iilnln, dentist, of "Wollsvlllo has taken Into...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

THETPiTBUNE I'titill.tinf llr tiii: tiiiih'm: riiiMiNii rn. mo:jt(!o.mi:iiv. MlSSOPltl .Maryland's governor snyB Iho alato mould bo govcrniM (inly ly Kioto till renn who. by Ihclr liitclllcrnee. Ili-lr hereditary nnd Ihclr Inlcicsls In llm welfare of Iho tomnionwcLllh, nro host mien or citizenship. Tho thief of thu Chemhco nation In inillan Icnllory la retried In In mif fcrlng wild tho Rtiiii. TIil puts tho Cnrllslo k IhkiI nway lo Hip rear In pro viding nvldrmo Hint Ihn i.ohln rcil mm la capable of aiiilrlnit civilisation uud mi iiiii-ioinltnnla. Tho former aiiiicrlntrnilrnt of Ihn fit. I.uula Ins-inn nryliiin aliitea Hint ho wna hnuilrniHl l,y Ihn ruin that hit Ktiimrillnalcs must ho nniailnfrd l.r mi hlnn Iftimfia. Aa n natural rcaiilt, Iho liislllullnn wan Mini Willi grafter. I. tienla wero rohlird even of fiHl. OeneraM Stewart, nf Tennessee IliHkwr. of Kentucky: Klenhen I) Jo, of Mlsslssli.nl. nml Whoe-ler. ol Alabama, nrn auditing confederate lieulenant generals. Thn list of v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

0 THE TBIBUlSnE. l'lil.ll.hr.l lir Till: Tltllll m; I'lllNTIMl TO. J!OXTfio.Mi..iY, Misnoum. STORY OK T1IK PUJt TKADEK. ft 111 Ml II II AN l)tCAX. "Wouldn't think IM Imli born on t.'lii'iT.v would yon now?'' wilil my iii'wm-iinnlnttimr. Alio.uil the Vliclnlii l.iilu1. five tnlli-H olT tlio count of I.nlinidor, mill liuiinil down, rnx fur t'liiincli nwiiy Ji-nm it Now York tenement dlHtriet to oxcuhi' iny ulnlicu of Hiti-ju-Ixtr. "Filet!" Wild lie, Willi II 110(1. "Tlmt'H where 1 wim linrn nml In cil. Ami tin you know liow 1 ennie to lie ii)i here? No? Well, I'm it fur trailer. I'm the mint Hint liouylit tin; nkhi of thutidl ver fox last winter foi $'.0 ami Mild it for SiMI. IM rutlier lie the mini Hint lioulit it from nu nml kiiIiI It In l.oinldii for Hut I'm not." "Ami you're liounil for heme, now?" 1 indeed. "Yon," lio driiwled. "I'm liouml Iioiiil' for Now Yr.rU to wo the folkn. I've boon uwny for nlx jenrn, nml oiinio nonror to leuvlni; my lumen up here in tlio north bint Kiiln ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PubllHhud livery Friday. IIY- THB TKIIIUNH I'KINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIIlAIKill, Editor .V M.in'r. Hubsorlntlnn In Advancu. One Copy, One Year Ji.oo I'linne ",) ft. Fill DAY, JANUAIIYK!, IIWI. II Ik bllHhnl Hint nl llin rum Inir Deinncrntlo unllniml conven lion In Ht. I.ouls next July lliu Hon. V. .1. llrynn, ns n dclcnlo thereto, U lo be dawned mill trumpeted iinik'r fool liy Messrs Goriiinn, Mcl.enii iiml others of IiIh parly. In hopes ot Keltlng rid of him In lliu party. Tlio pnfbn hllltlo nro that Mr. llrynn upon th Iloor on n dim n out nny innn or pnrly nl nion In tlio entlrti duiii ocrntlo convention, mill will thou bo prepared to do It. Ho look out lor fun nt Ht. I.ouls. Notes Pom the School. Hank of rooms based on per cent of ntlcmlanco and punctuality. Issues Convention Call. Tlio Republican central commlt teo of thcIHh congressional district met In Ht. Lould Saturday and decided to hold tlio convention for thn selection ot delegate)) to tho national conve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

J MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FIIIDAY, JANUARY 22,:i001. Loutro. John Konlg o( Amcrlcua moved ono day Inst week to tho Win. Ltchto form on Clcnr Creek which ho rented. Oco. Corvey of Jorsnburg pur chased a fnrm from Chas. Urobo nnd expects to move there nbout Mnrch 1st. O. A. Drookshicr Is going to build him a new bnrn. Harry Snowdon is sawing for , wvUmIIIo Inst Sunday New Hopo and Union Grovo. Milton Oliver's llttlo son George who has been seriously sick for the past week Is somo bettor at this writing. Eldrldgc Oliver Is delivering hay to Mr. Dud at tho San Sousl fnrm this week. Mrs. Mornn and daughter Miss Ida were tho guests of Mrs. II. S. F.nins hint Monday. I. M. Oliver sold .'100 bushels of corn to Solan Ilrnndt for lie per bushel. Chns. Itogcrs nnd wife wore tho guests of Jnincr Hosto nnd wlfo of Kllcgmun Ilros. plenty of means to back him. Miss Pearl linker and Mr Mntthow Mnhony wcro united In mnrrlnge Wednesday afternoon In Montgomery City, ltev. father Oross olllcintlng. Tho bri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

THE PRECOCIOUS KID. tAP Vlilll AIM l:Tt Hr.S 01' AtTV DliMOl'IIACr. Mnnto't'lfyriit Willie llcnrit All About thf Horrible .Miinltrl Will Yuii lie .Mine, Auntie? Amity DimiirrneyYou'ro a Nlco Hjr, Willie. Whin You Onm Up, Come Apaln. LUT US NOT FORGET. Ilir l.iirL nf lltialnras Nniar U (tie HttiiiliiKnl HlemrMl .f llir lliiiirrnr. Kcimtor I'lntt.of New York, In unit crs ally innredcd to be one of I lie shrewdest of polltltul ninunKi m, but It In not ro generally known Hint lie linit had low; nml sui restful rnrcer ami business man. Illi experience III thin line, says the In 1 InnniMi In Jotirnnl. inaltdt h blin to ilia nut Hilltlr from n hutlncss Kilnt of tlcw. He Inn atati euian of thf prnrl Irnt. or. If you plcnsc, of the commercial school, III hi spfrch nl n rnmiitlrienlnr)' din ner lately given lilin In Wnnlilr.cton the New York tciintnr rmphashtid the In ability of the ili'iuoiritllr parly to rise nlxiin Its environments In thenilmluls I ml Ion of Hie cntcrnmcnt. lie polntcil ou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

DESIRABLE BAKU PLAN. I'or Ailriitinle Mirllrr nt c'rnp. Im plcmrtita, Inillirrnk nml Sills MurnKi- if U'ntrr. Farmers In western anil southern states ore often nt a loss to know how to mako a cheap, convenient barn. .Mlno Is well adapted for the storage of liay, grain anil farm Implements. It will also act as au efficient windbreak. Tlis roof, being lame, should shed an average of 2,000 cubic feet of water very year, which can readily bo saved In cisterns. Tho foundations consist of logs of cedar or other durable, wood, set on end. They aro cut long enough to reach n solid foundation, Tho tops are shaped ns tenons, n. and show nbnut two Inches nbovo surface, of ground. The uprights, b, each consist of two scantlings, two by fix Inches, the bottoms of which rest on 'ill JJ! Till! UltUL'NU l'I.A.V, cash side of tenons, a, as shown at b a, right-hand figure. Tho scantlings are bolted and nalltd ou each side of tho tenons, lletween these scantlings short blocks, two by six Inches, aro p...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FltlDAY, JANUARY '21, 1WH. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wnl llmiml. !-? Nt I.ouli l.ttts Mnnlmr;, 0Om 11:11 are 1.10 pm 4rJ0pm l.ltpn ,., Itfspm J:0im , Sfwiprn 10.16 pm 11:47 in Ktf Itotiml. I.f .MnniKomtrji, ArrlnrlnHt l.oult. Itrtspin lMm i' ilJWi ra V?. m " l.'47am.,,,, , , joopra :4pin .ii.oci pni O, ll.f.MHKilUN, Agist. LOCAL NEWS. Tho dance ncn Inst Kililny by llin Montgomery Dnnclni; Cltili wiiM a urn tul sueri-ss nnil (jrcntly cnjuyi'il liy thoso fortunatornnuKh to bo prcsunt. 1'or sale, ninn fit mules fi n ml 7 yenrsold, iilmiit H)-'J hand? IiIkIi. weight nlintit I2IM Kniiilro of J'. 7. Mllllkf ii, '.' I-2 miles tiotlli of llliili Mill. Snm Sharp Jr. was treated (o a pry pleasant surprise on Friday vvrnliiK liy tho members of hi clnss nt school, A very enjnyabin Mint) was Imcl in playing game nnil entlng pop-corn mill cnnily. A limn who chewed twenty ccntn worth of lolmcco nweek concluded to try n tolmero cure. In two weeks ho ntti a dollar and flfly renin worth ...

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. — 29 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 10. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21), 190J. ?1. IN .WITAMCK. Local Briefs. Hot lunches served at all hours at Barley's. Miss Emily Graham of Mlnnoola Is visiting frlcns hero this week. Miss Stella Dully Is spending a couplo of weeks with her sister In St. Louis. Miss Gertrude Howard of Mexi co Is visiting with friends hero this week. Emll Ilosonbcrgcr Jr. and Miss Mnrlam Owlngs visited in Fulton over Sunday. John I. Christian of Donvlllo has sold his 10 ncro farm and moved to St. Charles. Thoro wns 1M marrlago llccnsoi Issued In Montgomery county during the year of 11)03. J. J. Sleight Is being spokon of by friends as a probable republi can candidate this year for shorltT. For sale, a team of well matched black marcs, 7 years old, weighing 1150 lbs. each. Enquire of Hotel Hob Caruthcrs, Montgomery City. E. 1). Mooro nnd family who havo resided near Wcllsvlllc, will noon taku up their residence. In this city. Mr....

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. — 29 January 1904

f 1'olilUIir.l lit Tin; tiiiiu'm: I'iiintimi co. MONTUOMIIUY. t MIS80UW, .Chlcngn theater mannaer nro "iraa- slmlsllr," because tho now nrdlnanca require some wny for iwoplo to get out of Iho (jtlli'rl'.ii In euro of nro, bo- RlclcM Jumping out of tlilnl ntory win Hows and not enough windows at Hint. rmni to boat tho speed record ol 120 mill") nn hour worn matin nt n con forrnio Ix-twccn rcprost-ntntlVH tho Now York Central railroad nnd thn lenernl lllcitrlc company. The tests nro to lie iiiitili) on tho tracks between Hclifiiectndy ami Hoffman,. It In fenicd that n terrible tragedy lias been enacted near l.ltchtlllc. North Dnkntn. Tlio owner of ono of I tin local meat innrkel a low ilnyn ng rvcchctl a nolo from n fanner of that region whlth ronfo ns follows: "Dcro Mister rltaso ilo not scmlt ma any inor mccln yet. I liavo butchered my relf." Itustln' minister nt tho capital ol t.orrn ciiMh tlio Japanese "Mgnn ln viiders" nml "juiKifilclilly rlvlllrod mediaeval, Yeem-cred with nmili...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 January 1904

MISSOURI REPUBLICANS. Call for Mutt Cnmrnlluu at Kniiu Clly lo i:irpt I'nur IMrsittr for Xmloiml t'uiivrntlou. The follou-ins call has been Issued by llio republican etnlo committee: A dilcKntc tiinvntl.n of lh Kci-ubttcun Aii:tuM of Mtufourl I ticivlir cilinl tu imvt In Knnwm city. Mo., uti the Sd day of Alnich, 1WI. nt M o'cWxk u. in,, for tlm SmriHiM nf iHimltmilnit nnd lev tin four OrifjfjiM, m inrt:' 1111-1 four iiltern.ilfs nl larK tit thrt niitlonul rcpul-tlciui cotivtn lion lo b- held in llio city uf ChluMtu, III., on June II, The ImIi or rrprvPpnlMllon In tho uttito rouxintlnn lo If hvUX at Knni City, Mo., phull In on vote for every or fraction of lflo find-on r cunt for Wtltl-im JtrKlnlry for i-reildrnt of tho I'nltid Utility nl I lu Nuvrmtvr cVcllon In V.. Hit cltlci nf Hi. 1iuIm nnd KaiKui Clly kri.HI plort ttuK Ui'tnRrtrs to llw r.n?n tlon from tin- irltin ward of iull cltlc up tufrulfn dlrrctly lit mild convention. Tr.o UikKa(vi from kjiJ rlil uliitll Irf rivet til imr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. rubllnlioel livury Krldny. 1IY THC TKIUUNB PRINTINd CO., II. C. ASIIDAItOtl, lidltor & Mang'r. Hubtorlptlon In Advanco. On Copy, One Year ., $1.00 I'liono 96. Fill DAY, JANUA11Y2!), 1001. An Undecided Slntc Issue. Dumonrntlc pnpiTu In Mlnnourl hnvn born iubllxtiln( a recent apcvcli hy ConKremmnn Cowliurd of thin tnt, In which ho Hnym "I chnlloiiKQ tint record i( history lo hIiow nny lnto within Iho Union whew for thirty your tlm peopled nlTalrn have bouti mora lionextly mlmlnlRtereil, the, iirtiploV money tnoro economically dUlrlliuted nnd morn fnlthfully nccoiinlcil (or Hi mi tinder Democrntlo ndmlnlatrntlon In Mlwiouri." Thnt chnllniiKo will bo iictuil upon Jutt us noon on mi Impnrtlnl luttlflnt I vo liivutlf;:itIiiK coinmllteo Is (jlvmi n chnnco to npply tliu priibn. All motions to Ket Hiich a coinmlttco Imvo liemi voted down liy Iho Dnmoerntlo innjority In tho l(Klslnturcs. Dem ocrntlo lcUlnturcn liavo been nnxloiiNonly toHvoldcxiimlnntlou. Tliu Kovcrnor ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, JOOI. Mlddlotown Chips Itoma. V. C. Dent sold his forty aero tract of Innd ono mllo south of town Tuesday to Hcz Ilothcl. Consideration 8S30. Gcorco Whllesldo has nnlil hi. inrm of 103 acres near Indian Creek church to Lcra Wells of West Prairie. Mrs. Clnrlssa.Smlth, a Muter to M. M., C. O. and II. C. Qooch nnd Mrs. Padgett nnd Mrs. Alward of this community, died nt hor homo In Mountain VIow, Okta., on tho mil Inst., after a lone? Illness. Dr. C. II. ItlgK' old 10 acres of prairio land Iat week to Ell Pitts for 81,000. Tho Innd lies Just south of Kit's farm part of tho former Ilardln Illatt place, two miles south of town. . Charley Milium, who had been living on tho Oca. A. Carter farm, north of town for years, has rented tho Marvin Sutton placo on tho Vnndalla prairlu. O. V. Whitney who recently sold his farm two miles south of town to Tom Floyd, has rented Isnao Uptci-rovo's farm, six miles south of town. Miss Lilly dlbion of this com munity...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 January 1904

1 DISCLAIM GUILT Davb and Powers Refuse To Acccpi Responsibility For Iroquois Fire. ENDEAVOR TO SHIFT BLAME Sir. IVnara I'tncr Ilia- llrainaMalMI II) IKi llnala I'.ir Ilia- I'lrr mi 'I (lie '.'i'aiai.iiaail l.naa nf Hun atmla tif Mara. Chlc-oifo, Jan. 23. Will J. Darin nni Hurry J. ronern, inunnKurs of tin Irti'iuol.i ttnntor, inndo their npncnr atico before tlio coroner's Jury Krlilny. Jsvllhoruf (ho gonllemrn was disposed to accept nny r'Ktinllly In connec tion wllli itctVctlvn construction, faults nt ninnoKcnivnt or ncKloct to provide proper II ro protection. Mr, l'uwcrs placed tho lilamo for tlio lira am) con sequent lors nt llfu 'ipnn Mr. Davis, whom, lio said, was tlio octlra man niinr, wlillo tin was lmt passlro In tin lomliirt nf Km affairs, unit nlso iiMn tlui cinplo)t who 1II1I not pcrfora tlirlr full duty. Ilntli On lhf "Una, When Mr. Davis took tlio stnnil he wus first questioned ruticcriilnK tlio fiirmatlon of tlio rompnny, which he ilvclnrtnl wnit n Now Jersey rorporn....

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 January 1904

1 Airs. Huclison, of Chicago, whose letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her Health to the use of Lyuia u. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound. "DrunMns. PixrinAsti 1 suffered for several years with gencralvrcnkncss and lcnrlng-down pains, caused by wOmb trouble. Sly nttctllo wne poor, ami I would Ha awake for hours, ami coulil not Mccp, until 1 seemed mora weary In tlio morning than when 1 ro tlrcil. After rcadlngonunf yourndver tlx-rarnts I decided lo try the merits of J.yillii I". I'Inlilinni'n VYgetnhlo Conipnuiiil, and I am to trli.il 1 did. No oiio rnn dcscrlbo the good It did inc. I took tlircu buttles faithfully, and bo hMn building up toy general health. It ilroTo all disease ana pulton out of my Iwdy, anil made mo feel o prv and octtvunsayoungglrl. Mrs. l'Jiihfiam'a mcuicines oro certainty an mey ara claimed to lie." Mns. M. 11. IIi'iiiimi.v. .117 llaat )lil fit.. Chtcogo. Ill (SCCO forft't If rtlglrat tf about flier pitting fcinMne- Mom tlinn a million wom...

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. — 29 January 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21), IOOI. WADASH TIME TABLE. Weil llniinil. Lot .SI Louli !. MooliC'inrry t.On am 11:14 a m 1:10 p n., , 4:10 p m J.lftpm ,., ,,, , ,, 4:.1Apw 7:10 p m , ,, , Ml p m 10:11pm ... ,ll:lam Kill Hound, .am MnnlKorniry. AirlrrlnKt Loots. Ilr:i)pin ,,. 1:10 n 1 ilani , fl;5Q m a Ml a ni ,7:ma i 1:47 in , 3.00pm :4J pm k.oo pm C. II.CmwiiUK, Atnl. LOCAL NEWS. Libraries" Were Their draft. Tim directum of several schools In Callnwny county nru Just begin nltlg to renllzo thnt tlioy worn vic timized Inst full liy n pair of clover swindlers. Two strangers who mid they woro representatives of the "CmigrcHS Publishing Compii ny," of Chicago, arrived In I-'ulton In October and began trying tu sell lllirnrlcit to schools In thu rural districts nt prices much below what the numbers of books they con tained iiHually coot. They did a tattling good business, ami were paid in warrantH on thn vnrlous school districts. Much of the war rants was signed by nt leant two ...

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