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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pageii 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 1(3. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FUinU'ARY ii, 10I. $1.00 A VKAIt IN .UIVAMJK. Local Briefs. Hot lunches served nt all hours at Barley's. Go to O. T. Muns (or rural mall delivery boxes. Miss Kathcrlno Graves enter tained the Eulro Nous club yester day afternoon. Mems Harry Volh and Fred Conrad of Mobcrly wcro guests of Mr. ano Mrs. Hoy GrlflUh Friday. I'otor Bratton has purchased the Vfm. Nelson properly In west part of town, and will occupy tha samo beforo long. Dr. Carter, tho optician, Is mov ing his otllco to Mexico, nnd from thcro will visit this and other Im portant towns onto a month. A young man from Mexico Is fitting up In good shape far a bowling alloy tho stora room ono door east of Falconer, Sheets & Co's. storo. Attorney J. M. Darker has pur chased tho 0 no residence now occupied by Wm. Haas nnd fam ily. Mr. Barker and family will soon mako this new purchase their futuro home. Mrs. Viola Moxlcy nt St....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 February 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'l.lill.l.nl Hr fin: tiiiiii'nk rniNTi.NO ro. montc.omi.uv, 7 Micnouni. Tint young SI .lunula druggist who hut and Wiled n burglar who hail In vadcd hl plaro of butlncia, llio other night, proved hlm.clf an equal ndopt In administering ami compounding pill. It wrnt In llio llal spot nml ilM Ha work effectively, Homo of llm Chicago bcara look J. Ordcn Armour In han.l the other itay anil Rave him a lilt of a ao.iiccze, hut tho king of tho hull ring mailo thetn Trent their temerity, for Imforo tho day wna over lie hail tutted thctu to the extent of 1150,000. A momlmr of young .Mr. Ilockcfeler' Hunday-tehool clruia nalil, during ono of Ha wwslon, that ha illiln't hellsvo n rood citizen woulil avoid paying Inxei liy swearing off priiet'ia. Tho nllutdnri wn.1 not hlllli.il, nml Ihrrefnrd Mr. Itoclicfollcr ilM nut take It up for dl-curalnn. Tho rciliictlon In tho ruin of duly on Imports of elgnr from Cuba through tho reciprocity Mil will not ho aunt clently ureal In reiluro I...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 February 1904

THE 'TRIBUNE. rohllilmt II, THE TII1II1NK 1-IIIXTINO CO. MONTOOMEHY, : Missount, AN EXPERIMENT IN ECONOMY. Tliu happy-looking young inR' trou wits talking to n neighbor .suburbanite na they sat together on an outpoint; (rain one after-noon. '"These carnntlonsY Yck, they arc pretty. I bought them for only 50 cents from a street llor 1st," hIio Bald. "They ropteseut my little extravagance of today. I always bring some little surprise home, every time I go In to shop ilowers for the table, n box of caudy for the children, a negligee to mnue ine look esiH.-elally pretty at breakfast the next morning, ur omethliig. Yen, 1 am a lit in be llever In little extravagance. I Jiave been, ever since the time I tried to keep a diary. Did 1 ever tell you about that? When I think of it, I wonder 1 am married to Juy. "It was when I was working, you know. 1 nhared a large room with Holly Woodrow. We had fur ulshcdit to entertain in, nnd called it our studio, and had'afternooii teas of Sundays, and al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 February 1904

1 U lil MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Publltsliud ISvory Kriduy. UY - TMH TRIHUNI2 PHINTINt) CO.. II. C. ASHliAtiGII, l-Jllor .V M.iriR'r. Holisorlutlon In Advanoo. Onu Copy, One Ycnr St.no Phono oft. PHIDAY, PHltllUAItY 5, 1001. Krntr. 1ms nt I nit reached St. Louis, nnil Imp Iiopii released on n SlO.Oof) bond. Dollars to dough nuts Hint ho will llnnlly be re leased. Por delegate nt large to tlio rrpubtlcfin national convention, Captain Henry King of tlio Kt. Louis Olobo-Dumncritt nnil thlco other republican equally n good If tlio party can Unci tlicin. i- Tim prevalence of llHhonuity In public lift) U tlui Ismio of tlio com I uj; campaign, nnil on tluit Issue tho republican party names Theodore Itonsovelt units standard bearer. Mini up gentlemen. Henry County Itcpuhllcnn. Juiit wnteh nnxt general uluo tlon day results, nnil sen Thoodoro Kooovclt get tlio biggest ropubll enn majority Hint nny mini Iwih over yet received. Thu pimple nro not going to v.ito tlio ynllcr dug ticket thin your for ...

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

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 11)01. Now Hopo and 'Union Grovo. Eldrodgo Oliver delivered a nice drove of fat hogs to Montgomery Monday, Lake Hcntly wns llio guest of Leslie Kmncs lust Sunday. Aleck Oliver was tho guest of friends in MIncoln Sunday. A number of young folks from hero attended preaching In Mont gomery Sunday night. Kldrcdgo Oliver went to St. Louis Monday night and returned Tuesday. 0. V. Sailor Is delivering wheat to Ihu Prnlrln Milling Co. this week. Tim Flood, who hn been haul ing for tliu new flurllngton rail road for tho past few weeks at Martlnsburg, returned homn last Friday. Mrs. E. L. Oliver and children wcro llio guests of her father, O. V. Sailor In Montgomery last Monday and Tuesday. Bollflowor. Miss Stella Vatidi'vrcr visited homcfolks near .Montgomery Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. Fount Clnro spent Saturday and Sunday at tha bed sldo of her cousin, Mrs. Nnnnlo Rodgers. Rimer Aylor visited In St. Louis Sunday. Forty-eight wagon loads of hogs passed...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 February 1904

If rtiMttn it a ntus or hat. Pmnili In Wnlrh rr, 'Affording to an ArtlrlA In the ('inefn Hat l Commrrrltil, a fifty-one nmtt itotia ra rw-t-ntlr foutnl in tliit city mcrclJ , ill a linto of Imy of eitihty lounI. Thin if not an Imi1 n dnilirifi a lump o( IrAl rf npflrly onoltJtlf the wrwtht of tli iiti'l eoM wntfh rue net retell in the rcn lor if lh cint, !M watch ratM nrf moM ly weight, nn'l na une c.n wo wlit-nt llm loal i ttcrrtH until Urn M.rfnif -f the cuo rt taken out urn! the lead will 1 foil rut m , trHfl lrliirnl them. Tli"c tftwn r uuili l.y rfiinpaiiic whi f.rofrM to to lionwt tml furriili tli 1 nicin to the iliftlimirat to roh Ilit pttli lie. It U tint plfftMftt for Anvmie tn fin-l that lit Im lujittcJ a jutriji of vm in hn Vktrli cane, Another trfflt th maW of pariou oli'l ffol.l watrh l to fttamp tha ran U. K. Aiy." Hie INiilM iMatr-di-m tint tiii Any mtklc nmilt out i,( fuM nml mhrr rxrtpt coin, nml tin fakir, y imIhk thi- ntntnp, want to mtkn tin pnhlir Micre that the...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 5 February 1904

FEED RACK FOR SHEEP. Ueaerllillon of it (lootl ami tnespeti. ela m Ciinlrltaiiee, lleeiimnieatleu1 It lllillieat Aulliorlli. One of ur subscribers asks for a d icrlptlon of a good sheep rack In whlcli lo fcil his sheep. Thlt Is a ny Im portant subject la connection with thi riro of sheep, Inasmuch ns It has to tic not only with theeeonomlciluseof thi feed crown on the. farm, but also wilt keeping tho fleece of the sheep clean nn In n marketable- condition. No form ol rack should ba used for the. feeding ol any kind of feed containing chair ol Clrt that will permit tho sheep to poke Ha bead Into the feed or that will olio the chaff, dirt or broken leave to flltn IhroUKh cracks and fall onto the sheep Any such dirt In the wod Injures the taloof It very materially, not mereljjio- KNO vn:w ok fi:kd hack. cause the wool buyer does cot care to pay wool prlro for dirt, but because It in creases the labor and expense of pre paring the wool for manufacture, and also Injures the fiber Itself ...

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

t MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. F1UDAY, I'KUUUAKY f, 1001. WADASH TIME TADLE. Waal llnmiil. Lasts 81. Louli J.tive Monteonifrj. t.Oiiatn , 11:11 n 1:10 pm 4-J')pm 1.16 pin 4:3p to 7:19 p in , M p in 18:11pm 11:47 am Kill llountl, aara Montgomery. ArrlrrlnHt f.otili. llr.'Upm 1:m n I'M urn , , n,M m 4.M in .7:0) la 1:41 an l.noplo :41pm , , (cm pro C. II.UaXNalUN, Agent, LOCAL NEWS. Republican County Convention. Montgomery City, Mo., Poiirunry 2, 1IMII. I'urntinnt to tho directions of thn Itajiiilillann Central Committee of Montgomery County n dnlrKatcd convention In hereby called to meet at tho court Iiouho In Mont Koinrrv City, Mlmourl, nt II o'clock n. m., Montlny, Ktib. ', 11101, for tho imrpono of electing II tlclcintoi to thn ntnto convention nt KniiHii-t City, nml II delegate to the. coiiijri'Hdldiml coiivriition nt HI. ClinrloK, mill attc ntllnc; to hiicIi j other liUKlnrHH iir may properly, como before tlm convention. Pre cinct niiiHM inccili.gH nrn hereby called to incut nt tliu vnrl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE; Hi Eight Pages 10 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 18. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1901. $1.00 A VKA1I IN AllVACK. Local Briefs. J. K. Rodgers went to Kansas City Sunday. Hot lunches sorved at Ml hour at Barley's. Furnished rooms to let. Inquire of Wm. Clark & Co. Mrs. A. C. Logan spent a tow days last week visiting her hus band In the World's Fair city. J. II. Keadlc, the Jonesburg Jew eler, Is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Keadlc, this week. W. W. Worley left Sunday for New York, where he will spond bout two weeks In purchasing a big stock of new goods, for the St. Louis store. "All tho democrats nro for Joe Folk," said ft Montgomery would bo politician Monday. That's right. They nro cither for his election or his scalp. An order has been Issued by tho post ofllco department that tho no tices of address pcoplo who live on rural routes shall no longer bo posted In the postofflco lobbies, and that the addresses mustnot bo given by tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

THE T!RTT5XJNE. I'nl.ll.lird llr Till! Tllllll XII I'lllSTIMI CO. MIBSOUnt. MONTGOMKIir, I Kuln nml Japan nro still trapping coiiiplliiunm. Tnlic Is cheap, but It IrI.m money lo carry on war possl ll till explains tin) prolonged pillt e r. M if Alphonsoovltch and llaslono-kokl. Il.inlnh (o-opcratlvo bacon fitctorltn row have about C5,oo members, anil lust year they lilll-M CSG.'i)J pigs. Tho I rite received for baton In (bo llu tllwli market averaged four cents a pound above Urn nverngo prlco of ba ton from other countries. Thn St. Uiuls World's lulr will cover as, ninth ground ns Ilia Chicago, Marls Mid lliiiralo expositions combined. And Hill olio of lliu problems In lo find Hutu for nil the fcvitiinw crowding for ward for 11 plnre. It 111, without thence for null, bu Ilia rrcalcst lliow on torlh Clikni-o imltcrslly In segregating tho nnd ovcrybcsly In satisfied with Ibn arrangement. .Inbniiy feels morn tiircforlabln now Unit Hue ran mi long er le Iho cynnturo pf nil maviillno vim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

THE' TRIBUNE. l-ulilWIinl llr Tin: tiiiiiiwi: i-uintim! ro. MI3S0l'M. M0NTU0MC11Y, THE AFl'LE-SASS DISH BY UAHV 12. MiWIS. "Eiry," called Mrs. Vntklns, uh she swept the lust speck of dust off the bottom Mtcp or tln buck porch, "Kzry, Im you coniln' to help me pack iiiit" "Yes. lJeUoy," cjiiho the answer from somewhere In the region of the burn. "Jen' wait till I git Moll harnessed, ho'h It won't take long to hitch up when I'm ready." Mrs. Wutklns turned liml en tered the roomy kitchen, which win scrupulously elenii from Hour Hi celling. She complacently sur veyed tlio Hlilnlii nt o vi, t lie unow.v .scrim cuiinins nml the immaculate ehnli'M mid Inhle. "It'll do," she sighed. "Seem's Hue I ilon't wnnt to pi. Fzry h ii good mini, but so shiftless. He'll S't things plson dirty nfote 1 git liome." ll.v the time Kzry had got around to coinu to the house she had brought nut u big satchel and n number of bundle x, which hIic laid on ine mine. Tiie bumllcs were brought promiscuously from be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, HubliHjiotl ISvory Krlduy. 11Y run tp i bun n printino ca. It. C. ASIIUAIIGII, Editor & Miinc'r. Bub.orlptlnn In Advanoa. One Copy, One Year Ji.oo " Phone oft. FltlDAY, FKUUUAUY 12, 1001. A commlllco engaged tn rovlso Iho Methodist church hym nnl nnnouncrs Ihnt It can And no worthy hymtiH written during the pant twcnly-flvo years, nnd Hint tho book needs no changes. Tho Inference l Ihnt tho new hymn written, nnd many of them sung to rng time music, do not contnln expressions which movo ticopln to sing nnd glvo prnlno as tho old ones do. That tho Inst generation 1ms not been of the greatest ohrlstlon fnlth among nil tho church denominations, but rnther ono of doubt nnd Inqui ry, Instigated by ninny ministers of thu gospel. Wlmt tho chiironcH nerd now Is moro llvo nnd loynl christian ministers, nnd moro good singers of tho old church hymns which contnln thought nnd Insplr ntlon. Thero Is no telling wlmt may re sult In consequence of tho Intro duction of frco de...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, FEBRUAUY 12, 19W. Loutro. Born, to John Laucr and wlfo, fob. 3, a fine- plrl. J. A. Walker Is going Into tho poultry buelnees and has papered his poultry houso and expects to get eggs next summor. Geo. Norman who has bought a farm from Henry Hagcdorn, known as tho McQInnls (aim, expects to novo In a short time. Henry Zwclfcl who has pur chased the Dr. Hudson farm nenr Mlncola has been moving whllo tho roads aro good. Horn, to C. A. Klgg and wife, a ilno H pound girl, Jan. 21). Robert Walker and wlfo wcro -visiting V. II. Ilurks and wlfo of Dry Fork one day last week. O. V. Clark and wife and O. A. Broolcshlcr and wlfo word visiting C. E. Drooknhtcrand wlfo Sunday. Mlddlotown Chips Cal Hays formerly of Wellsvlllc, who has been In tho employ of tho Wabash for a number of years, has been promoted by that com pany, and now has a conductor's run from Moborly to Dcs Moines, Iowa. Mr. Hays married Miss Thrcsslo Martin of this vicinity and tho family now live In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

rn.i. tii a nr. mark ihitaii:ii. IlriiKHil mnA ClfrU ,ri livid In Hall tnr C'onrl ( Itittcvd with infrtnjlng upon Hift trl Milk of Cortcr'n l,tUl Uwt IM1 m mriv, Jmrph T. Urittilli, A iltuiuM at tho noiithiMil lorpff of Lin tenth mil His ltrct, wan UM in Itml for Omul 1li1v aflornuoti bj MajchImIo .krman, and nt (ho Mine t(m Until. h' rlrrk. .I(tlt (J. rnr, un Mil in w I .-ill or Couil on Iho ttatnr tluiritc, Mfl bNo fur m Hi rig ver Inn ntliclcN llic iut of trlmh in prulnbitol ij law. 'I lip nifn wrrn nrrcitlnl iwitnln tipuii warrant ImihM ly Muutrati lf,r Iii'iti nt tfitf inatante of Hirnt Owl. iNo, 13-) Wnl Kifly-M-yrntli bticct. Ntr rk, nn-1 flhitlcd r. Orrutt. No. 11 Jiimrl Tri. fiir. New Yftik, rrirpciiUlUM of lh I'm tier I 'nmfitiV. 1 UfT NlAloI tllitl tlitt ftnl Rettlnx tlittr WM known. nnl 1i1 not tuiHi to irniH ullWr to rrdi Did licne I l.n IaIitI in tine! inti i n rtmt I finp ron litiiiiitf n Itruo IiMIm Ij. mM Ilia one unci I ) Onilitli it Mil ctnct tony, rxrcpt Ibflt it...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

51 PROPAGATION OF TREES. frt.ee. a of Until (Irafllnc HaplalneA step by step, in UniBiar Tliat All fan I'nderaland. Hoot crafllng and audi work ta dont y nurserymen In winter when Utile outdoor work can bo done. Hoot graft ing la largely practiced In growing ap ple trees. If klllfullr done In the m,ir wiunriu mat moatocKand scion may become, inoro or tela united before planting In the spring, trcca grown by Ihli method will be on valuable m thotn grown by budding and are grown roucn more cticcply. Tho farmer or orchardlst who Is planning for future planting may. If skillful with Knife, by securing applo seedlings, root-graft them during the leisure houra of 1'cbruarr, and by planting In a rich olt prodtico trees mat are tuoro valuable than ho can fit I ' 1 '' SL'CCC891VU UTIJl'S IN (IIUFTINU. buy, because Ihcy nro so near the place of planting that they ran bo trans planted without much exposure to suu light and drying winds. No. I seedling applo stocks, Pig. 1, may be purchased at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 12 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. 4m. "': Ti :."KTn WABASH TIME TABLE. Weal I bm ml. Initio M. I.oiiU. N'avo Monlipiimry. Nil. 1 .ih.ii UiJI ii. in rtihR -3:1.1 ii. in., : lulu N.i. I-Ti.ni k hi .Hli.in T 10:11 ( in ...11:17 Hh. lUllllllt. luwiMoiilirnnirry. Afrlti'liiHi. l"il NikS-llrJIik i ni Niv i--.ii.vi ik m -yi ii. m Nik ll-S.i"! . i ...,7:iii, ni Nlkllllk i "'!. i II.C. Ilaanaiuii, Asvlll, LOCAL NEWS. Republican Congressional Convtntlon j . .A - ti ... il.. lfn,il.lUiiii S'll. 1 r ii.nl OmmllteM fur llm avlirtliin of two I'lcffalf from each rontMudoiisI dMrlrl to tliu National (ioincntlon to be held el lilrno. Ills.. June 21, MM, nnd iiunuant in tha order of tliu CummlHiwiif Ihu nth O. gremlonal ilMlli'lnf lllmiurl, Iwldon Jan. lr.Hi. HK. a ili li iiteil conir ntuin it ncreoy called at SI. Charles Mil, Marrli Jril, IBM. at II nVlifka. m. for Ihepurpoieof elrctliw on dilraatr ami two allrrnati't in tain allooal Omtent nil. ami for tlio imiwiciiihi of nifli other l,ulnft at max tw limuiciil ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 February 1904

.1 s a I.-: MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Column's. VOL. XII. NO. 15). MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15), 1901. st nn ...a via,. I.N AIIVACK. Local Briefs. E. W. Homolmnn of Big Spring has sold his farm and wilt movo to Franklin Junction to reside. At last accounts thero were only nix democratic, candidates In this county for collector, with several townships yet to hear from. The highest market prices quoted hero yesterday for eggs was 27c, butter 15c, hogs STi.10 porowt, cattlo oats 38o bu, corn 13, wheat 00. Thcso prices arc, of courso subject to dally changes. Ono hundred and sixty acres of the T. Ed. Windsor farm on tho Callaway and Montgomery county lines sold at Fulton last week for $.1,810 to (.11 (lord Oarrctt. Tho part of this farm that lays In Montgomery county will bo sold under partition at tho May term of circuit court. Another slight chango of tlmo among the Wabash passongcr trains took placohcro last Sunday. Tho train which as been leaving at 5:00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 February 1904

TITE TRIBUNE. ruMWh,.l Hr Tim thihum-: i-iuvriso to. MONT(.OMI.ltY. I MISSOUIlt. Chicago's fir made her a (treat city, Baltimore', may roakn her another; but let ua hop- cltleH will mil lakn to ImrnlnK themselves ilciwn Instead of holding World's fnlrs In order to grat t(y their amhlllnn. .Minnesota Inn already paid tliU sea mm J 1 0,000 In wolf bounties, and there arc (Aid yit a few wolves to bo found In Ilia utate. Of course a llvo atnek farmer never falls to make. Judicious lescrves when lh slaughtering aoa Kon cornea iiiiind, It la remarkable, when a catastrophe ta II rut reported, what n Kreat him of life maunges In get on the wlrea, whUh report lina Wen borne, out only In three Instances In recent yentsllio (lalvetliin Hood, I ho Johnstown flood and I ho Iroquois fire. It haa heen ascertained that a frotcn pumpkin will explode. A lady living In Fayette, Mo, put a frozen pumpkin In I tin slnvn to thaw, mid went Into tho pantry to get iIoiikIi to maka pic. The pumpkin exploded n...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 February 1904

i Martha Washington Tlllllti: was n ready response ut Rood and prominent women In both I'ngland and America to the rail for nurses during the late Hpan-Ish-Amerlcan and South African wart. Thli LrltiRn lo mind the kind and help fill attitude of Martha Washington dur Ins a critical period of American his tory, long slnrn happily superseded by the Rood feeling, bared on mutual un derstanding, that both countries now seek constantly to foster. William Per rlne tells the story: ".Martha Washington was then 45 )eara of age, and those hn went to the camp and expected to find her arrayed In the Kowns which they had supposed would be worn by the general's wlft THIS FATHER of HIS COUNTRY Why We Delight to Celebrate Washington's Ilirthtlay. in "l also born upon It never for a morncne naying nan signi uc the old world Instructed according lo the modes of his time, only In the spare, plain, but wholesome clementnry know I edge which our Institutions provide for the children of t ho people growi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publlxliucl 12vory Prldny. HV THE TKIUUNH PRINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIHAIir.il, Editor .V M.inc'r. Subscription In Advanoa. One Copy, One Year Si.on I'hone ')(. KltlDAY.FKIIUlJAilY li, 1001. Thn Itmnno asylum nt Pulton In to bo onlnrKi'il by a now $15,001) building nt soon ok plnnH nrn comptcto. TMIm nilvico was sent them oflldnlly Irom Jefferson Clly Inst week. The recent trial of Kd Itutlcr at (tint pliico HceniH to hnvo Hntlnlluil tlui ntntu olllclnla thnt thero win nn Immedlatn necessity nt homo (or eiilnr;lti"; tlio Inntltu- tlon before nny of tho people camped out of tho county. Tho Mlilillrtmvn Chip of Inst week nays: "You enn't stamp out booillo with MiHHourl s court you'vo jroltoilo It with tho ballot." Correct brother, nml It linn been proven nfler yenrn of trlnl In Mis souri thnt booillucnn't bo stamped out with ilemocrntlo ballots either. They nro no jrood. Nothing but clenn republican bnllotit enn do tho Job. Tho annul kind Hint elected Lincoln, (Irani,...

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