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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 January 1901

iNMHuiMiuipiutu mm, CBCAM BAKIN6 mm UtfruX Honor, WofU'i Flr r Mt!l, Midwinter PUr r tit iMllh High Hill. Quite a number of our citlzcni ere laid up with the grip, teveral are confined to their bed. Wm. Warner Jr., w ai In .loueiburg tut Saturday on bualucii. Dr. Taluter of Warrcutou wit the guritol J. M. lluche laat Sunday. Mr. Kite llirlou and, daughter, Mim Ollln were In Montgomery City lut Saturday. Mr. J. Waruet noil inu, were In Moutgomorj City Uit Monday uu bualurii. I 1. Mllttr ud (!. I'.. Drjdfii With In New Florence Uit Turidey Kmll lloieuburcer wra lu St. l.ouU the first of the week Frank Schollon mid wile of Jotiu burg were the gucita of M. Skltiuey ud wife Uit Wedneiday. g Tho mild itiuuydaya of the tint of tblt week lured Hit luiecti from their winter quarter among tbein wit ton tbedraaihopper actively iprlng. lug about. 11 J. II. tlller;M In Montgumery tho llrnt of the week mi liiulneia. Cmiitlpatinn neglected nr billy treated, Iradi to total illiahlllty or death. Ito...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 January 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. I). XT. MA.Itllt. Kitllor. MO.NTGOMimV. i JITSSOUM. CURRENT COMMENT. .... There nre a number of Individ, null mIid will limit it pb-iiMilil reinciti. brunoe ut II i! ml ml Ml f in t Ion i( lion Htcphonn tin ciunietn pnrihiii"d out of tin- pctillchtliiry. V I'eiinn) Hindu limn, after 21 jrnrp' ril-neiice, returned linine rleh, mill fniiiiil hln wife Milling ami mix ton, to welt-nuif him. N-iinlble wtiiuuii tlml hlir limited mi Knot h Anleti I'll Illl'fS in 1T. .Ifllll till IIIIIIIC llll thill? to do xtilli It' Ifcteiilly, ut Miiberly, Ml., r-'iurl, nvry tnciiiln'r of tin Nluna-hler Ininily im plmiil under nrrent ! i.i i 'e ii )ouiif limn wnn killed or tfllll liutti'il Min-iile nt their liniuc., . A I'hilliinlho (Mlnnourl) limn lillll-tH tllllt III' llllN Mt'l'll tlir' Pl'llltl Nt". "'Ihiil'n nnl hint?," auyn tin! Slirilll.llt-t.l If 1.11 I I. U "ill- l,.,d it lathy mil jet three weehn oM lliulj ban hirrnil.v keen two coiiiurifn. .Ill lliiwull ninny xtiKiir pla...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 January 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. i. w. MAjou, raitor. ilONXnOMtllV. MlSSOUlil THE LILIES AND THE ROSES. flic iiond iiinnnit row, llu roici, And Urn M r J urn- pIurIuko! llrr rmlli' n n Iruc An tlif vktm Atrc blue Whll hff iliMk wtrvull mrIow, Kfic liuiRtitd. Aim! Iur l.timl.ti-r rt,ll l.lki thf brook noron1 the w.i Aiiil VutM hui Dure with til urrow, A Ml m km t Uiat day. fit it- U anionic ihv MU. thr lllltf, And lliv wlndp are xtbblnit Yet itlll Mi FtnlUi Ak In former ntill. Though liir i link Jte ilrtuti rnnw, Hli ai i I'nr lliv mi-Hi lrithiit.nrl I Inn kliii it Ik r ni il wimnt In r tiwuy Ai.il itli but tl.v uurM l wiHt). Wcuryntil iiit-ur tdit'. 0 m-mUry of Hilt aiil rimn; 'v troth Oh brriiltt UchI'f breath! Hprnk 1u in) pmi) Uf I lie html Kill Wlurr I .Mr 1I11.II rmtlli I tenth. 1 vh.il! hi nr Kit ii rplrlrU thlmtlr.c 1'nr lb lir Ui.it I n ttt hmJ tJu Win ti- ! il.o ulth hr I mi)' rlujillum, Th- rM ;il il 1 1 U-ii, tiMi! Vlrglr.l.i Ih ihi W, in k In liurtuii llutlmt. LUCIRA XI) UXIjIKK....

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. — 18 January 1901

The Tk i hi ink. Nrldny, . January 1. IltOI Frank Palmer spent Sumlnv In Wcllstllle. Scott ItnrrlMin wim In WcIIm tllle Saturday night. Will Ilium spent a few hours In Mexico lnt Sunday. I'. II. Ali'cnnl en -pent lat Sunility In St. Lmil. Mr. John Cnllnm nf Wcllstllle, tins In Mmilgnmcry Snuiliiy. I'iiiI Price Hindi n hualncst. (rip lo WcllVlllc lux! Monday. ('. I". Sheets in iiii our renewal lll tlil w i'k fur tlin Tritium'. A. W. .lolnihun n( .linn-linn:, win mi mir fln-i'lH I.ikI Saturday. Ili'ii lleylng ttas mill ni; mi friends In Wi ll. HI,. ( Siiinlny. Kl.i r WII-i.ii nf New Plnretne, was lii'iv calling nil friend- Kitn lay. Illlll Kl'tlilllll nf A 1 1 v ii -. wim tlltlng friends nt this place I.i-i Smiiliiy, Ml lltliil Mi (Jul.' i, ( Wi IImIII.. tin- vl-ltlng In this city 1 1 Kiln iln.v. Inn Pais uiim in Will-tllle Sun tiny Walling lil- sl-ler, Mr-. Inlin Dlggs. Mr-. '. W. I (it'll nf Willstllle, limiting relatives In ihl- ,.ty l.i-t .Siiinlny. Mi ( in-e niiil l.nnli. t'lirti...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, IDOl. NO. I NOTICE. With tlii- issue the Republican will lie discontinued. The subscription list has been sold In the Montgomery 'l'ril hi i it- ami our subscribers will be supplied with that paper for their unexpired subscriptions. Thanking our many friends for their aid ami encouragement tin- Republican bids you adieu. 1. (). Wilson, Kditnr. In the last issue of the Lincoln County Republican we neglected to Mate that par tics in arrears on subscription would please settle with the Montgomery Tribune, which paper wc stated, had purchased thostibscrip tinii lit ot the It'cpuhlican. Resp't, 1. (. Wilson. The Tribune is scut to the lint of sub-M-rihcrs furnished its by . I. (. Wilnn, cdi tor of the Lincoln County Republican. The Tribune will lie uiailcil each week to such subscribers until the ilate for which Mich sub scriptions have liceu paiil to I lit I.V puhlicau. Those who were in arrears to the Repub...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

The Trihunk, Rrlday, - January 'S,, 1WJI Will Hun -pent liit-t Stiiiility In i St. I.oul. 1'lnrance Kldwcll uf HI. Will up lllsl Sunday. Will Miller uf llolllhmir was 1111 uur street ln-i Mniiiliiy. Hurry Sohnfor r-pciil 11 few liourn In Mexico lii-l Siiiuliiy. Mr. Geo. I'. Vogl vlslllng lit Kl. I.ntil. ln-t Sunday. Ml Mamie ltuii1 ot St. I . Ill Hpent last Sunday In tld city. Cinil Ho..nh..rK. r at High Mill wits li- rc .Munilii, ni business. I'luyd Kiducll uiii in Kl. I.i 11 1 l-i 11 fi'w day tin- llr-l or (in- wi ek. It. K. .Inch wn railing 1111 friend in Mexico In -I Sunday. .illl on llii' grip In mi In tier. .Inmc M (Jiile I II I iiml ii'iiltw In Mar-hull Wu-hingluii. Jr., wiih vlllltigln Well-title In-t Niituril.i.v. C(iil. A. Kcuiilosl.y, uf W1II1 lllr, iim hole nil hiiseH Tiich-tl.t.-. . I'iiiiI I'rlif wit transacting Im im--" In Wnrrcntoii in -I Mon ilai . 1 a. I.lllll, ' ' ' o t Business has been Good But We Want to Hake It Better. OUR PROPOSITION. ('IV,; u" .v"lir 'i,! nn...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

rasa imh Mia. uninii eavaaa. GKAM BAiINf mm HlghMt Honor, World's Fair QoM Medal, Midwinter Pair AfntA ytaMaa I'owjfrt awarlajnlaf IWy r IrCarUa In lufckh If evil lltnra befall )nu, mill mis forluu forestall you, ami il't liinl for you to clpbrr linn nr where )ow re riiinliiK oiiljll you've bail such measly picking! mil niti brad ly llrklu that you're tempted lit let II vuur faith ami hope ko up the pout ilnn'l you iln It! For you're Dot the llglitrt notion nlitt Wllihly, bouiidlcaa ocean of goo J luck awaits the man who vrlla hla tretli uil says "I will; Kin'p you're grip llttla longer, id inur hccla a little Iruucer, iloiilillntr Pontine It to wrona her don't ilo It. lly an uu kbonti pt. Thla atatmi there rate nmoiii; children triun croup ami luiifc trnulilea, I'rnuipl action will aiv tin1 little onea Irom I li ir terrible I cure. tllna-ia. Wr know of imthlui; nj certain to gvu lualanl relief n One liiiule t'nugli ("lire. It ran nlan lie relied upon lit (irlppe ami all throM ml ll...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

The Tribune. if FuIjIihi1 ICvery frliluv THE TRIBUHE PHIKTIIG COM P AIT. I), w. majok, i:itoh. Ti'.iimn X I .00 per Ycurln Aihnnci'. ahould give account of themae lvo to (lod need.) to-dny to be pro claimed to the modern king, the every day voter. Wc ntnnd be foro Uir bnr of mankind. Wc ihnll do more than thnt; w xhull utipeur before tlii' judgement neat of (lod mill give 11 n nct'ount of Ihi- deeds done In thu body. "The LTi-nt rernedv I Ii.v, to ON KIJCI5NT I.YNCHINO. MIL'ireM. In thin. that he-lnnlm. romK,M.ai)f.l.mi.l. I with the boy nnd girl build ' . . ' """' 1 ". Itlirm over by tho grace of (lod In- MCTUHK0QUE IN POLITICS. IN OLD BILBAO. AERIAL PIPE TRUCK. I'rrltr Jutlj Part of Ty tmf Ikm ' IthuiiW llfMtmUM la rpaUa- , Reterrrl.lnr Pin'rti Ktwpp DEPEW S BAD FRENCH. went Tii bernnele, devoted hi eer mon InM night to the burning of Alexander lit l.eaeimortli InM week. Ho wild t "Tim elaletiient of my nubjeet miiy eeni to yon lobe elinitlull- to the Ilki'lli'm of .lima Cliri-t. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

From Oar Corrtspoadants. vr ! ft- NEW HOPE. Quite a good deal of sickness In the neighborhood. John Cox ha a child very nick with something like grip. Miss Florence Duncan has been very lit, but la now bettor. Hev. D. W. Grave of thn city, preached nt New Hope. Sunday, itev. It. S. Duncan, the pastor be inn unable to All hi oppoliltmcnt on account of sickness. John Hall of near Mt. Carm-l, Ik III11U 111 II IMIUI. Hill-. The store of Louis Philip Is closed by the 1'. S. Court of hnnk- virv sick, not exneet tn 11 ve. Mrs. I, M. Oliver l on th nick the ln-t month lint, with something like rheum- I Parents are tlmii. I your ehllilr'ii do not falter now Miss Susie Whttesldcs of Hlddle- I thuie.ieher Ih giving them town Ih vl-ltlng her nunt, Mrx. Hob ! m1"'11 w,,rk' l'"l"K -"" ' Oliver. 1 come n long vacation In which Miss Annie Shcnherd of Wells- there be plenty ot time lor piny tIIJis I- -pending n few day with I'""1'" nnd other Mis Klot.mce Duncnii. grntulatcd. ' Miss Mabel Pate I on t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

The Tribune. Pub.ilal Kvcry 9 rid ay WE TBIBDIE Pi'llTIIG C0IP1IT. I). W. MAJOR, Kditob. Tikhh tt.00 per Year In Advance. Kvld-ntly wirai' pcr-ona In thin world have nn Idea that the much JIhcum-(1 nrmy cnnti-cii In a bottle t.tii .. t,ii 1...1 i... iw. ....i. iuii i.i ,iii-i.j, lunini tj ill; nil" diem. A certain dully ncw.pnpcr i j cxcmim: "inner nnu rt-tiijrrpw lead the attack on the Uttlc Tin llolth'." It ou(;ht nut be necceta ry to rxplnlii that the canteen I" n MilillrrV club, or a nrrlron note, or rci!iiicntnl .hop, or the enlc il thliiKN Mildirrx nerd, when whlaky may bo bought and Mild. The recent nrtlon of conijrce. tnk- tin' army out of 1 1 if enloou bu.- lU'fn. Neely Mandate la latucd. Wii-lilngtuti, .Inn. I", The man date of the I'nlli-il .State. Supreme Court In thf Ncdy i'bm wa. loucd j to-day and turned mcr to tin- At torney (icucrul. It will Ik for-1 warded to Ihe llMrht Attorney for the Kniillicru district of New York. No Intimation ha been rcccltcd here n to vhctl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 January 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. MONTGOMERY CITY. MISSOURI, FK1DAY, JANUARY 2H, HK)1. N . 1.", NOTICE. With thi issue the Ik-publican will he discontinued. The subscription II t has been wild lo the Montgomery Tribune and our Mtliserilwr will be supplied with that paper for their unexpired subscriptions Prescriptions 8S8-R IS WHAT YOU WANT it- jrt l 4 C t I lor ineir mifxpimi Huu-rriHniii-. ir iuu waKSi Uros are the Purest and Best IV.. I I M'ti.v Ilit.,e I - you aoieu .1. O. Wll.so.N. lvlitor, In il f tin- Lincoln Count v Kcpuhlicnii we neglected to Mate that par-J tiis in arrears on subscription would please i settle with the Montgomery Trihiuie. which paper we Mated. Imd purchased thi'MuWrip tinn lit ot the Kepuhlieaii. Ke-jVt. I .!.(). Wil.snx. j The Tribune is sent to the 111 of miIsm m iiImTs furnished ii- hy .1. . WiUoii. cdi-j tor or the Lincoln County Kepuhlieaii. The J Trihmie will he mailed each week to such, subscriber until the date for which such ul- M-riptioiis hae heen paid t...

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. — 25 January 1901

3 ft i .K r The Tribune, Friday, - - January ', V) Jon Htllt wn viHiilnihl fatherV family lnt Hn inlay. We nre plcam-d to elate tlmt Claude Leach, wlm Iiiih Ix-mi nick with pm-mnonln, la Improving. I'mll AIkctiiiIk.cii wn In Hlli Hill l.it Monday and Tucdny, where lie loaded u couple of cur o( hoy. Obituaries. MHS. MAItY HHAHKN VKKMATTI. Mary Hpark was born at Oam ron, Montgomery county, Mliuouri, AiiKunt 'SI, 1H57. She wan marrlod to W.J. Wrniittl on January II, IS7I), live children were born to thrin, all of whom arc atlll living Very early In lift- Klnlcr Vrrnattl Kavr her heart to Ood and united with the, Cumberland Prenbyterlan church, of which church he wan a member until her children Joined the Methodlet church, at which 'time khe went with them. Hon. Hob t Hhricklrford wiih up ii,.r f ws ,,cnt f, t,er, nhe irom v,iuyijiii e.incMiiiy, mu nii-j waM ,rllr ffand, n loving wife Int; to eotne lei;nl work In tin onto court. It. I.. Kpi-nrx Mnrtit in lhl week ft n Tliini.'.si: rende...

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. — 1 February 1901

THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY. MISSOURI, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, lOOl NO. lO CONTEST DtSWSSED BYA.W. LAFFEXTY. ft 1.x. : ill Montgutauj City, Mo 3, IjH To ttvr Voters ot HacZfjsutry Co : Having dismiwd the csesrvc wUdl 1 COnXESeBCed SOBSetine BgO Hihwt Mr. Cook, my bte oppo aeat for the oatre of Pfitwrir'Tg Attorney, I deem ttaeogly ;jppr that I abould give to the votes of Um county the ron by which I M guided la doing ao. At the Utrrlrctian Mr. Cook re ceived 1954 vote aad I received UCO vote, according to the oSxia ratals. Ia addition to the fart teat there wi only four rote dif ference, tbe inform airlnn ma reached me that I had lost about 12 vote st Middletown oa accoestof eiiuueouely marked ballot, that I had lost a number of votes at this precinct for tbe same rsaauey. aad that I had tost a few votr oa ac count of improperly marked bal lota ia other parts of tbe county. hnewt by mtkibi aot V gaily ia the place. Hundred of eigta- eaekdto veto. A to tbe rsoult I c...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 February 1901

nun The Situation in the Creek Country Has Been Colored by Cor respondents. I NO VIOLENCE HAS YET BEEN lOXEV Tfca Iene nt I'M led Malea Troana al llcarlellu I.lkelr lu Hate Good lilted, lllssalllna aaae off (lav lllaaloaa Created ks Craar aaake'a Hlarlaa. Kaniaa Cljr, Mo., Jan. 27. A atnff correspondent of the Stnr, tent! Into the Creek country, to Investigate the trouble among' the Indiana, wlrta at follows! Muskogee, Ii T., Jan. Stk That tha alttuatlon regarding the Crrek In dian uprising ha been somewhat ex aggerated by certain correspondents there can be. no doubt. It la true the Indiana are restless, but ao far novlis- tanee naa ueen alone ami it la uc tionable It a ahot "III be fired. How ter, the Hnnke land Ik well organ lied, and If whltky ahould get anions them or aome deputy ahould become Inalltcrect there might be aome trou he). kit (Itaeral I'prlalaa rrukakl. Hut a central uprising at tie present time la out of the apiestlon. Tlia pretence of the United Btntct Uoopa at H...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 February 1901

' -,...,- , - r ' . nrlK.i-" , .... . -... (THE TRIBUNE. TKIBtJHE VnTa CO. rablkfcm P. W. MAJOU, Editor. BfO.ITGOMEIir, Missoimt President Disc ot Mexico ! Ill with neuralgic affection, but it able to transact bualnes ol importance. Arrival from Cottage City, B. C, re port another ig ttiike at tbe head of the Kuskokwln, causing a biff stam ped) from Nome. The general assembly of Virginia met in extra nestle n, on tbe 2Jd, to arrange for holding the contention to revise the constitution. John I). Kockefelter ha signified hie willingness to (rite SOO,000 toward an tndotvment fund of IJOO.OOO now beln railed for Oberlln college, protlded the entire amount shall be rained by the first of next year. The bouse coimnlttee on Invalid pen lion, on the 22th. reported fatorubly the Mlers bill for the creation of a court of npjH-nN for the final ndjudl cation of pension cases. The incasura la strongly urged by the 0. A. It. Ocn. John 1'. C. Shank, oged "S, who commanded a brigade at the bat. ti...

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. — 1 February 1901

ytjafrfi''l"ff (teas TV DULL INDEED. "To My that iicwh in wmid." writes the Parkhumt correspondent of the Kennebec (Me.) Journal, "is putting it mild. The young folk have alxiut all gone away for the winter, the hired girls have gone home and hired men have gone to the woods There has Wen no courting, tattling, no getting married, or increase in the popula tion Hinec election. The tiddlers and preacherH have forMakeu uh; the hens won't lay ; the horses are too lazy to run away, and there are no dogs to bark ; ho what the niekens is there to write about?" Three War Represented. m - .. . .. .... wnen .Mr. Jtooscvelt ih installed as vice president there will be in the senate the he roes of three warn thu Mexieen, the civil anu the SpaiiiMh-American. General Hate, of Tennessee, in the only senator who saw Kervice during the Mexican war; Senator I'ettua, of Alabama, waH in the army of thai lanod, but never irot to the front. There are twenty or more venerable senators who were on one sid...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 February 1901

The Tribune, fcMay, February 1, mi e Mm mnu. ttm rs inn nuoNe HHrhswt HutMra, World's P!r Ootfl Medil. Midwinter rWr from Our Comtpoutmnti. NEW HOPE. Fine Winter weather. It being cold nnd clear and the roads I In very fine condition for thin tlmo of tho year; havu scarcely had a week of weather thin winter that ono could not haul a good load to the city. No new enscs of sickness thin week bh wo can hear of excepting E. M. Oliver, who has a bad cold In the head, but not serious. HI with a sad heart that wc chronicle the death of Mrs. Foster Iwis, who died last Thursday morning. Mr. LcwU has the sym patby of the whole neighborhood la this his sad affliction. David Fipps is improving rapid ly after a severe attack of grip. Wm. Appling visited his father In Wellsvillc Monday; he reports his eye sight very bad, hardly able to walk about the house. Joa I'olckton purchased a white Montana pony Monday from Fete Oliver. J. M. Cox and wife visited G. M. Ballard and wife Sunday. Mrs. Kate Oli...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 February 1901

" n ii nr mil mirn ; m m h v u UN u u St II. Illl 111! I IB Victoria, For So Many Years the Ruler of the British Empire, BasTassed Away. WAS k MODEL QUEEI, WIFE AND MOTHER e la Sw.eeeSea, T Alters KaerarJ, alea- Klaaei Wk will stela n s7aar k Title af Earrara Vll Tbj Last aewae at I he BrdaU at 1k Ds-las; Maaarch. Cowes, Isle of Wight. Jan. 23. Queen Victoria la dead and Kdtvard VII. reigns. The greatest event In the anemorjr of this generation, the nioit stupendous change In existing condi tions that could possibly he Imagined kaa taken place quietly, almost gent ly, upon the anniversary of tho death of Queen Victoria's father, the duke ef Kent. The end of this eareer, never equalled by any woman In tho world's history, raine In a simply furnished room In Otlxirne home. Thl most re tprctrd of all women, 1 1 I it r ilcnil, lay In a great four posted lied nnd nade n shrunken ntom whose rtged face and figure were n cruel innch-ry of the fair girl who, In 1S3T, In'gDii to rule oter Eng...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 February 1901

4 i a A MEDAL OF HONOR. Ihe " 4 BT BRIGHT A. rATTKRao. Tcrmittlon to upturn rebel (Ilir in tlx fight to-dsyt Why, certainly, tergesnt.jot have my permiRicn; capture the eofon ol the entire Kutbern army if jmi lit, but while you are doing It be careful that tht soothers sim dor notgettou." Such wai the permiwwon sad advke given by the commandite officer of company K, First Uinneaota infantry, that memorable Sundae morning in July, 1601, upon which occurred the diatrout tattle of Hull Jinn, Ufa the Jtadford Jlrriew. He wa replying to a quettlon ailed him by Sergt. John 0. Merrill, f hit company. What old aoldier, who aerted in that real ly firat important Iiattle of the ciril war, cannot remember the buta of expectancy that thread over, the amy, either northern or southern, when it waa teen that a fight waa incvitsble. It waa an eipecteney that spread far 1yoad the armies and inrsdrd every BortLrrn and aouthern home and heart. During that fight, and the retreat of the northern army th...

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. — 1 February 1901

T3S' 1 if ,1 r ma &1 ill I. IS.' - I'VE The Tribune. Friday, . February 1, 1901, Claude lUcc, of New Florence, Waa up 8unday. A. C. XvOKan Is very nick with jaeumonla. Klier Wilson of New Plor-nro M up last Sunday. Oeo. Ferguson went to Molxrly Sunday aftarnoon. Lowell Drlakol spent a few hours tn W ellHYlllo last Monday. T. J. Powell of New Florenc wan on our streets last. Monday. Minx OUto Drown wan Tilting In "Wellsvllle last Tuesday. R. 8. McCall (pent a few days In au Loula thin week. Wilt Blue, of Ucllflowcr, was on our ntreotn Inst Tuowday. Geo. Johnson and wllo jipont last Hunday In Joncsburg. C.J. Locke wctit to St. Louis Tuesday morning to buy goods. Linn Lockwood arrived homo last Monday from Aberdeen, Neb. K. II. Algcrmlsscn, wad visiting homofolks at St. I'otcrs, last Sun' day. Ooarge Ferguson who Is now at Lex i nirt on Jc, Mo. was here lint Sunday, C. E. Johnson, scientific horso shoeing as cheap as any on in town. R. C. Drown was visiting Uncle Blllle Arnold In W...

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