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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 19 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, I'EBUUXRY 10, 1001. Gamma. Geo. Johnson and family ipent .Sunday afternoon In Gamma, tho guests of Tony Klton and wlfo. Mrs. Kato Kvans, who had the painful accident of having two bones of her hand broken,.! still very poorly. T. M. Mabry will movo his family to Kails county this week. Sovernl of the young folks of tho Hazel Dell neighborhood camo down Saturday ovo to visit their teacher, Miss Cassia Deck, and spent the evening In songs and recitations preparatory to tho last day of their school which will bo Fob. aird. John VcrnnttI nud wlfo and Mrs. Tolly llaxtcr spont Sunday with Lcnord ICvnns and wlfo. It. F. Hunter, wlfo and babies, spent Monday tho guests of Dr. Klklns and wlfo. Editor Howard of tho Dellllowor News spent Saturday In Uamma In tho Intercut of his paper. Masliir Ouy Fowler who has been spending a month nr two with IiIh brothor Will In Illinois returned homo hint week. Davo I.otton und wlfo havo moved to tho John Downs farm recently vac...

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. — 19 February 1904

Wmii'l hrnalrk Anyhtivr, In entinK lO mean a f.ithcr anl on jr.Ui liPtMiitv wty Krtptirk. The father te lotrteit iptiiklr, tut llie ion wm ei liiihtMl With the at lurk tint lie Mhk irilo n Mrtlr ii( npilliy Iium whlrli ft myhk! liiiKiKtMi to toii him. 'I lie utmnvr tlit-Huii. thinking hp wmiM tv !' 1rn 1hnIi. iwiil. "I lii l"'l f'' )im. V'Mir fallirr . nVvl." II"' rntMitC lt ejiii'Mitnli fie to tho noe tor, ipltei: "Lnrky jnnnV' I'lafnis He l linU. "No," Mlrl the rilitftf, "we fin't !. ymir loty. Tlierr'n too ii.uih originality InhiI it.' , , . "lr-4 murli Mtuiftilitv! ' echoed the. con tnl-Mlor. "Why, I thought ou wanted jilitiii.il ttullrr. "ft we do, itiMHirl he r( the Mtm l-entil. "hut ue ilmw the Itno ut i'lliti( Cint'innati Kti'iuirrr iI,miO I'lnnl. fur I He, Tin j a rctnarknMe oiler the John A. Kilicr heed Cm., Ui C'lunoe, VM., make' Ihev will rml ou tln-ir hi it Uht Ati: f i-atalK logcthir with enough ccd tc grow I,nno fme, m,. (Vhki,;ei, Sj-nM ilrluiouii Cat nt-, J.11OO hUi...

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. — 19 February 1904

IN PRAIRIE LAND. (Edltcrisl ComtniJrc.) lioom: jaV Asiir.ltxita. Fartmrs' It.tlrn, Ctilcaso, July 22. 1'J. "Must of the prairie lu I lie United States have erased to oxtat. Man has broken. .them up with orchards, forests and farm building. Hut In Wintcrn Canaila the prairies still stretch trrantl It from horizon to horizon as yet un marred by Iho hand of man, save where the Iron road ha been laid. To city man there I some-thing de liriously roslful about the tast gratty aullttiilrs. "Niiraerous clumps of trees mark the rourse of the Asslnlbolne Itlvor, which keep In alght of the railroad for soma distance. "(Iras Is on of the notable Ihlnes about all the landscape of Western Canaila. It la a remarkable fact that the entire, length of the Canadian I'.v clflc railway from lis eastern terminus to the Horky mountains is ocr plains where grass grows. The sago brush appears at some pulnlH, but neer to the exclusion of gross. There Is thua not n mlto of this country that cannot be used for...

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. — 19 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, St. Valentine Parties. 1'IUDAY, FHIIKUAItY 111, IOOI. WABASH TIME TABLE. Vfl IbHIIHt. IVim' ft. UmU, lj'fT. yini pnvry Ntr, .1 4Vn. m .. .Mi3ln.ni Nii.il 1:11 ji.m ,. I'M ,m N. I p. i , . ,W:M1 i. m Nti.7 M:liMn . .pU:ITn. in Knit I Ion mi I fiiitiMrtitiriiiM'ry. Arrhi In mi. ImiU Nn,iutJti, i , m Nil, l.lif n. in rt'SOn, in ' Nil. Il-li Wn m 7;mii iii .Sit, aSill p. in tt hi p, in LOCAL NEWS. Mlssog Jrssla find Lulu SiiKgett royally entertained tho members of tho "I. C." club and their Kontlcincn friends Saturday nlu;lit with a mlcntlne party. After thi Kucntri had arrived each wan Klvcn n red card heart tilcrccd with n stiver arrow and requested to write a valentine In rhyme, using In the rhymo all the letters In tho word, "Saint Valentino' Day." Miss NclleOravcsand Mr. Hcrbctt Hharu proved themselves most clover at this and wero awarded tho prizes. In tho dining room, which was bvautllully decorated In red heart, crcpo paper and carnations, do- Ilcous refreshm...

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. — 26 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 20. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FHHIilJARY 2(5, W01. $1.00 A Vslt IN AIIVAMIK. Local Briefs. Geo. Mllllknn and family of thin city, moved Tuesdny to north of High Hill. W. L. Owen of Mt. Vernon. III., a former mnrbto denier of this city, la now hero for n week's visit. Tho Uollflower Telegram la n neatly printed newspaper, but It needs a local news editor bnd. Morg. White, Deputy County Clerk, hns purchased J. K. Hod- gars Interest In tho Danrlllo store, Miss Myrtle Ford Is In charge for Mr. White. Spring Is coming this tlmo suro thrco tramp printers and n hnnd organ man and wife hs.ro been In town this week. Mrs. L. A. Hlrd, wife of editor of tho Martlnsburg Enterprise, died at hor homo last week. She wns n former resident of Mlddlctown In this county. Mr. Trowbridge, nn oldorly mnn residing ono mllo south of Wolls vlllo, fell on tho Icy ground Inst Friday, breaking a leg near tho hip There Is n law In this stnto nnd ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 February 1904

THE TTCTBTJKE. tiik tiiiiu'm: pihn-timi cei. MIH30UI1I. UONTaOMUItY, It now develops that Iltirsla rnn not Eft Ihnl shipment of Missouri mulct Into China or Corrn, either by water nr rail. Her unl hope l to lake thorn to Ht, Petersburg ami turn them rooso with thi'lr heads pointed Miwards Man i hiirla. Japan ran provision Ita armies In tho rut liy land or sen, lltiiala must dls trillion rations ami forage entirely by n single Hnn of rallwny thousand of miles long or by wngons, Tlm Km slans bine a illfllcujl Jolion their linudi nubia from t tin fighting. From ISM io 1001 In n perM of less than forty year. In that limn Japan lina iniiilo rnnrinoiia ndvanrra In ma terial development ami In llin mloptlon of modern progress In every branch of Kcler.ei, MiileMii.inhli nnit Industrial nml ronimerrlal nellvlly Thn mer that lolil Japan to kfep out nf MniK hiirl.i In I S35 paved the v.ny for llm present wnr. Hlio won her llllln atrip from China by im-nnx far morn fair than thine that havo pla...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 February 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'lilillalint IIt Till! Till 1)1 I'lllNTIMI to. MONTOOMURVT ! MIS30CIU. CUrii) WINS OUT. two Mollis nuiiin.oiis con:ui. TO MATItniOM. "Very well, tho girl tmnnltlnut then, If you won't talk of more In (cresting things," Issued from the -depths of ii coiufortablot'luilrlnit bachelor apartment house hi Washington Hipuiro recently. "Lot mo Htnrt wllli 1111 exivrienc,? lnxt Sumluy." "With a girl'.'" incrlcd tin? fee oiid voice. "So. With u b.tby. It begins with the father, then the mother, .tlllll p'tH ilowii to the kid." ".Ilmiiiy ItvovcM," the ilrxt volte rout Iiiiicd, ''wiih a mini tluit I tuull.v loved. We went iiji Uc col lege lilll together, enleied the name fraternity, roomed together, borrowed, Hpent, drunk mid nte I ogct her. What lie d Id I did ; whom he owed 1 owed; whut lie bought 1 lined, mid all the rest. 'Then we came here and It wiih the mime thing over again nearly, 1 with the big trees In front, a fouii tain, Illy )ond and the grasB to look at through the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, PtibllMliucl ICvory KrWlny nv THIJ TKIIJUNIJ I'KINTINtl CO II. C. ASIIIMIJOll, l-ditor & MatiR'r Hiibsarliitlon In Advnncn. One Copy, One Ycsr Ji.oo I'hnne oft, FIIIDAY, KKIIIttMHY 2U, IDOI. On Tuesday tho U.S.scnnte rati. tied tin) 1'nnn.tnri ennal treaty by (id to 1 1. Tlio republicans of Ohio ham endorsed congressman Dick to succeed the Into srnntnr Hnnnn. Wtii. Itudolph IIhi Missouri mur- iicrcrnnii iintiK robber arrived In Kt. l.ouls Wednesday nvn, and was welcomed by Collin. Nut hint; very Important from the .Inp-ltus slan wnr. I'llie county Ih going to contrib ute n loir cnlitn nnd Mini lliiui.r'' to tlm World' Fair collection. Mow would It do for Montgomery rou n ly lo ceiiil them tlin remain ing remnants ot tho Dnnvlllo con it house. There would bo moro his tory In It. This year's electoral college will contain I'll more vote thin tlm old college, owing to tlio result of the apportionment following tlio census of UNK). Tlin old college contained 117 ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 February 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, t'EtmUAUY 20, 1001. Now Floronco Loaders. D. U. I.oavoll nnd wife nro so journing nt Hot Springs, Ark., for while. Joko Mctzlcr hns purchased a photograph gallery In Howling Orccn. Wm. Nornwui who purchnacil the Wronsch property In tho north end of town moved to tho same last week. C. L. Wronsch nnd llttlo hoy left Snturdoy for Port Hudson, Frnnklln county, wluro they will live In tho future. J. II. l'nlincr who Is upending tho winter In California with his aon Amos, expects to return to Missouri In tho spring. Mhs Emma Lewis was married In fit. Louis I n it week to Frank Sturgla. Miss Kmmn Is tho daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Lowls of this plucu. A. S. Noel loaded his car of household goods nnd machinery this week preparatory to moving to Clinton Hill, Mo., where ho will retldo in tho future. New Florcnca Is without nn open saloon, it. L. Hurley's license ex pired Tuesday nnd not having tho samo renewed he closed up shop. Bob Is not decided ns to his future...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 26 February 1904

tlairntallnna. An Aleliiaon man trill the CIloU about lua unilr, an 1 1 timti. nlit audita ly htim rnh. Hi" lir.t thing lie did waa to luy 1 ltr la-lit pew in the thlirrh. Whin Similar rullcl imuml 1 1." Irlalimau valid i-midly ih.wu the ai.lv, tatrrina mlk lint and elegant mcnml. lminl two lunar wmnm KM upyinj lilt I. "Coma out," lie mi'Ii Imprimiuly. Tlii- women wric cry much lix ku1, nl waited nut, ll.rir l.ra. hanging in aliame. "Now, tlim, ladir," lh Irl.lnnan asl-l, "i.IhW mo by walking hail I jut wut til to I .ll'lW jou whu owned lni I. ' llmiarlnil.1 lllnta. An r.1.1 titrwriler cililmli anitrd in ft fruit Jar ul water will makr a pint t pur- pie uaic ujr. I'.nmia llcra embroidered with diner rut rnlnrpl yam in varimia iniiltia-a am all the rmftf. uictrianii nngrr (Inl the lllwlit Klnil. (liinc.ville, Ta, IVIi. 2!nd.- Mm. U i:. Iluitnn i.l ,VI7 (dad 1 1 f f 1 , Una city, wrilea 1 1 io following lectin -"I liavo Ihxii awfully ttmihl'-d with mr ililiria, l wa in a nal III auu n...

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. — 26 February 1904

Western (aiiniln Will Sewn llrrom the flipplr llriml lor M lies! fnr (Irrm lirllnln. Durlm; Iho iittit yrnr about CO.OoO Americans went from the United States to Ciinadn. Mont of these settled upon urm Isnds, and tho writer Is Informed by ngcnti of the Canadian Government that the creates! success has followed the efforts of nearly all. To their friend on thli tide of the boundary line the fullest assurance la given of the prosperity that li In (tore for them. There will always be a splen did market for all the grain, eattlo nnd other produce that ran be railed In Western Canada, and with tho ndvan taces offered of It free homestead of ICO acres of land, nnd other lands which may be touch t chtaidr. an es rellent climate, splendid school system educational ndrnntnfccs of the best what more Is refiiitrr.l. Tim Itiiilmnil, man Kris more return for his money tlinn in any other country In the world, On the occasion of Kir Wilfred l.iurlrr s visit to the Corn Kxclianpe, Minuon, i;nir col...

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. — 26 February 1904

ST. LOUIS STORE New Spring Goods Arriving Daily. Watch for Announcement Next Week. MILLER & WO R LEY, Montgomery City, Mo. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. i'hidav, rwmuAUY ai, 1001. The Coldest Day In Hlssourl. V. Y. Olndney of St. Louis was ..... the if ucstof Mis Knlhcrlno Graven Thoioofour rcadem who uon't. . WADASH TIME TABLE. Wl"t IbMIMtl. M'liiltfiifiH'fjr. II SI H III : . HI tl 51 p. In U.I7M. in Nn.li 2:1 i.tii ., I I:-"1!'- ... lS't,T-M:l)i t'Mt I toil ih I, Iiimi MtMiiipiiiii ry. Artlu tn ft. NutW Nil. ("3:Wh, in .. tit. tl-M'Jrt, m . Ii ii It .V) ii, lil 7;wtit in ii .ii i. tu II, Cahaaha. Aici-nt, J.OCAL NEWS. Hot lunches served nt nil liourH it Hntlcy's. A most cnjoynblo evening Ih promised nil who attend the Opera House (Saturday evening, Poh. 27, at n p. in. snarp. Klbert Hunter, a worthy young gentleman of Mlncota, loft hint wick fur Stcpheuvllle, Texas, pecking employment. Miss Unrrlti Appling mid niece, Mini Hose, of near MlncolaJ no rompanlcd by Muster Kerry Kills, (pent ...

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. — 4 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. XII. NO. 42I. Eight Pages 40 Columns. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, Fill DAY, MAUCII 1, 1901. i on ...a v?".. . ..." is a 1 1 v. ::. 41 Local Briefs. N. L. Townscnd of Fulton wm in the city Wednesday. Tho county court meets In regu lar session In this city Monday. Try some of Barley's Buttercup candy. Hs something now nnd finest on the nnrkctr Mr. Morris nd wHo of "Wells- vlllo vUited Mies Carrie Apllng and father last Saturday. Miss Myrtle .lohnson left Tues day for St. Louis, whero ho will enter tho Barnes Business college Miss Martha Graham of Mlncoln was In the city Tuesday on her way homo -front n visit to Mem phis, Tcnn. Cvcloni:s are duo Jn n few months. Have you a policy. See C. L. Clark, Tompln Dldg., Mont- Romory City, mo, Mrs. Alvlnn Hcrzog of Wnrron ton, ils tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Schuhart near this city for a oouplo of weeks. J. II. Kendlc, tho jowelec, has morod Ills business from Jones Imrg to Bellflowcr whero he will bo found hereafter....

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. — 4 March 1904

;3 T1TE TTiTTSJJNE. I'l.l.lMir.l llr Til II Till III Ml I'ltlMIMI IU MONTdOMIIltY, MIBRM'ltl. Miimiml. . 1 ' ! "Physical rendition," ns tho railroad Men nay, of Iho Hll.rrlnn railroad, may bo Imagined when liut 3,'W soldier tiny ton bo fnrwnrdoil on IL Any ones track American road could transport nl least 3(l,MiO n day. Commander lloutokoff, Russian n ri val otlletr now In Now York, In i M liy iho powerful sentiment for Ja pan In Au.trlcn. Thoso old gallery plays, .Michael Slrogolf nnd Siberia, may linvu rnmclhlng In do Willi IU Tlin Mlil.lgnn Invention ly which mint Ib hi well Imitated Willi n tegcta Mo preparation Hint II In dednrtd In lin mi delicious nil n Jury li'nilrrlnln, may il miirli In IiokIcii Urn itay when llm Mont trutt will h.ivo nil Iho vegeta ble nil well ns nil I tin steaks. Tho world's product Ion (if copper lul J car w-ns 1,I0Ii.(iii,ihsi iMiuniN, (if whlih 7H,i."I,ii-i iuiids wan mlniil In llm M,m !,,,. milieu miiiic. ..loninun le.ius in topper, with MUIiIriiii, ...

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. — 4 March 1904

THETRTT3UXE. I'l-Ml.tlrtl llr Till: Tltllll .M: l'HINTIMI CO. MONTGOMERY, MISSOURI THE CONVERSION OF BIG SIX By S. B. HACKLEY icm rutt, ita. t in, tm; rt. ci Till: "big meeting" at (lie tibool houic "ui the, rreelt" was getting la full swing tho preacher, or preach cr. for there were ulnnteer (Impel ri pounder. In ilcntr. every night exhort ed loud anil Ions tho wildest and moil reckless among tho joung nrgrora wept and trembled In their Mais, ex citement ran high, and the lonwnloni Mere ninny and real. "Jordon Dingerfltld. tho rlnR leader ( tho reckless, was n rtintplcuotii ex itnple of the unconverted among the men. No word of argument, ntincal or song, had ct brought him to the "mourntr's beneh." "lllg Six," hoe rcnl nnmo was Uaehel Curd, uas Iheone woman agalntt whom ttonrs of persua Inn nnd pleading wrre thrown In nln. Rachel weighed .100 pounds, and nsshe boasted (ho could do tho work of a half dozen women, she war mure often called by the appellation of "lllg Six" than by her...

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. — 4 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Fublin!iiMl ICvory I'rlclny. I1Y- TtlO TRIUUNIJ I'KINTINM CO.. It. C. ASIIIlAtir.il, b'dltor .V M.inc'r. Subscription In Advancn. On Copy, One Yesr $1.00 I'linne go. Fill DAY, MAItCII I, 1001. In (ha Democratic nominating cnnvcnttiin tho llvn largest cities o( tint stnto, St. Louis, Kansas City, .St. Joseph, Joplln, Hprlng grid, will lia nl)lu to control 215 of llio 710 delegates. Tim county rulo was niloptcil by statu committee In order to mnka tliu dclegntes against Folk. Nothing was loft to rliniico or rcprcsonln tlvo illKtrlrt. It will only rctpiiro I II VUtl'H Olltl'I 01 tllt'SO cities to give tint mnchlno control. W'nlch the Inllnltit variety of innnciivcrs ttmt will tin lined to sccuru those. Ill C-illfnrnln (.lo.)llornld. nissourl's Doodle Usui. Tho dcmocrntlo machlno leaders seem to bo riding their party to disaster. They nro trying to rough rldo over tho popular sentiment In the rank and tllo of the organiza tion against corruption In the gov eminent, n...

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. — 4 March 1904

- -.;--'wteyT.'i?"'vw r i-rvy MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Mt. Cnrmol and Oak Crovo. M. Judd of Kansas City la vlslt lngChrls Mclloncy thin week. 0. 13. Totter bought two calves of J. Cot Friday for which ho paid sr.. Prof. A. II. Oliver cloned n very successful term of school nt Union Orovo I nut Thursday, Feb. , There Is some talk of getting n telephone lino In this neighbor liood, running from Wcllsvllle to Montgomery. The lino it to bo ten miles, stnrtlng nt Wellsvlllc It Is to run south to Sow Hope church then vnst to Mrs. J, Oliver's, thou south to Kmniett Oliver's, then oust to .Montgomery. Tho proposed lino It built will bo n great benclltto thu farmers who taku ndvnntngo of It. hleo Oliver wns visiting rela tives (?) near Mineola Sundny. Mrs. Maughs closed n success lul term of school nt Oak Orovo Tuesday. Hev. Olddens preached nt Mt, Cnrmel Sundny ntternooii. High Hill. Mrs. O. I. Uryilen spent n low hours In Jouesbtirg Friday. Dr. Wheeler wns looking nfter business matters In St. ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 4 March 1904

HOW ABOUT THIS PAIR? I THE EXISTING DIFFICULTY Probability of a Itaynor hud Hearst Ticket 111 the Democratic Campaign. A new riemocratlr presidential nom ination .i;l,illty has l.ein r.nr.t.onic.l. TliU It Islilur Knyner, whu has Junl been elected n rcnatur Irnm Maryland to succeed l.iils V.. Mediums, repub lican, wlm retire In Mnnh, IK. Tha It.tltltuorc llernld tell ua Hint n Its) nor ami I Irani chili has hoen tunned In ll.illlmiirc, nml that Mops nro nbotil lu ). taken In start clubs (if this sort nil nvor llio eeitintry. HfSirnt, when hla name l imiIoil with llnyiicr'H, Ik Inlcnilcd for Ihei second lilaro mi I ho llild't. Tho Itnyiicr nnmlrinllim movement In u now slap In (lu.mnti's furr, nays tin' tit. Ijiiila, (llotn'-DomiKral. tli.rinun wan iipiiiifcil tu ltiyncr for llio aoiialu, nml Miirl.nl hi the end In ntitaKutilam to liltn. The coiiacrvtitlvo clement (I tin' Maryland tie mm r.iry, however, MihuI Iwhlnd lta)nrr, nml ho ultlmato ly won. Illi victory imttir.illy ivni In te...

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. — 4 March 1904

MISSOURI STTC fcfcWS. Wnrlit'i. 1'itlr Milieu. Secretary (Sraat Thuman of the W'.a conilu fair eommlralun, Mtlnmlc Uul fctynii Wolverines will attend Ui World' fair. Si'iiarnto eitiarlcrs will be provided lu tlio Indian rcatrratluii fur UoroultiC and Chief Joseph, the twu Inuct tiotc.J Indian t liters nuw alive. Ilu'.li have led warriors nijnliin tlic United Stafa, nnd L-olh am iiilit,illy lirlsoui'r. but are uciurilul tnurli freedom. Tlio coniiilc'tlun of the largest pipe organ ver built linn been anr.outntil. It l a stinlnl exhibit, nnd ucfutilcs n laruo room specially built to contain It lu the festival hall, The orirati ha Ui Mops. There nrc lo.vuo ilict. souie of which arc live feet niunee. ilr. Slary llaker tl. lMdy, founder of the prcrcnt d.iy Chrlitlan Silence, has eontrlbuled fl,0W to tlio fund ralrnl by popular subscription to in able New Hampshire tu Lc adceiualety reprcr enttd, Twenty wooiltncn from Jlalno nr "ralnlnc" tlio maniinolli loc cabin that will bo tho l'luo Tre...

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. — 4 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PIUDA.Y, MARCH I, 1001. WAOASH TIME TABLE, Vnt R.. u n.1. foamM, ls.uU. I.rati. M.nttonii'ry. No. .1 k.iii. in . II 51 . m Kn.fl 3llt..ln 4... lutlll.ni No. I 7:tt i. m ......Sfl. in Nn. 7-111:1, i in .. ..IM7. in Klll lltMltlll liri MonlitmtH'ry. ArrlvplnM. ImiU Ti'i.fl"ll:Wi.iii , I,ih. in Nil 4l:ttil. lit, ... 4'j0it, 111 lit. Il-llljii. m 7. fu 111 Nil. tf3lfi 1. hi. .d li. in II. I . rimillil, Aicnt. LOCAL NEWS. An Appeal to the Methodists of Montgomery. Next Kuntlny wo expert to tnko our collodion (or tlio Anurlcnn lllblo Society, l or reasons not necessary to enumerate thti Noclcly In In pressing nccil of fund. TI1I9 society Is not do tinmlnnltonnl, lmt In supported by tlin voluntnry gifts of christian irnplo. If you cnu not bo present noit HiiiHlny will you send your roiitrlbtitlou to mo? Do thin promptly oh I want to forwnrd tlio money to tlio soelcty nt onc. I encloxa nil fitment slinnil hv Ihn Krcat nun of tlio tuition of various religious liollelK, Ho...

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