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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages U Columns. VOL. XII. NO. '22. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAHCI1 II, 1001. $1.00 A VMM, IN .Mtl A.NCt:. Loca Briefs. Smoko Mottnshcd's 'Guarantee.' For enlc, buggy and hnrncss, Apply to J. W. Mlllnm. Mott. Klblcr of llcllllowcr pnss cd through hero Tuefdny, on roiito to Cnlllornln, whero ho rany locate. For Solo 18 vncnnt clly Iota In llarncs' Addition In Montgomery City. Apply of Mrs. Mngglo Mny hnll. Mm. Klslo Ives o( Wollsvlllo and children wcro hero tho past week tho guests ot Ollln nnd Hcttlo Drown. Say, but Martin's coiTces nre good. Tho columns of tho Titlliu.Ni: nro open to a reasonable discussion of nil public questions, church doc trines excepted. At (hu sheriff snlo In this city last Tuesday of t lie Lucy nndThos. Norman fnrm property, John 1). Hnys bought tho snmo for ?1,-Vi. CVCLONKK nre duo In u few monlliK. Hnte you n policy. See C. I.. Clark, Temple Hldg., Mont gomery City, Mo. A. It. Keadlo of tho Wright City News was In town t...

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. — 11 March 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'uidl.lu-tl llr Till: Tllllll Nl. I'HINTIMI CO. MISSOUItl. MONTfiOMKUY. armrri(i.m.i. - i Kffort nro being mailn at Waihlng (on In rimt In?" lliiHf la that Uki 1'nlUiil Blalw in not unfriendly to her. TUo Itul.inrf ilu nut understand thn ex plosive teiidcticlot ut public sontlmrnt In America volec-d through a fre liruM. Tlio Imtltlng-up prm-eea nl Port Ar thur proved mi morn aticrcMful than at Santiago. Tlio trouble In ou can't tnearuro Mid stso of the, stopper necdeil; iiml miles you liavo n dlagrnm handy nml tli eonilltlona fnvnrnhlc, yutt nro likely to mint I In) tpot. A Bt. Loul Judge recently, In lam ing opinion In n dlvono case, dc linunrcil I ho purchaso of Kuroiicnn rons-ln-law wltli American money. I In advlsou American girl nml Ihelr ninLtl loiin mother to return to .Iha principle of I nip domocrnry, Whnt made Itiuliilpli, :o year old, a criminal? Bntui thing ilonn or lift lindono In hi IkijIikhI? Till would ho nu Interesting Investigation. Why Isn't somo mon...

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. — 11 March 1904

$0 DISCOVERED AT LAST. w w MmnlJtHU 7'k"'i the omaiNAL oastow. RATIFIED PANAMA TREATY. STANDPATTERS' CHAMPION, Wild Hurrying of Domonnls to Cover Wlien Tlicy ICennl (torn tho People. The ilcmorr.itlr nnrly In cr.Krr siarti mil to flslit tho liraly with rannim uecauie It was niKotlatcl liy repuMlcan administration. Hut whrn tho iltmorrallc trailrra hoard fro their constituencies ami found that tho iooif v.vrn dithiolaillrnlly In favor of tho Panama rami ami of all steps necntary to make tbn IiIr channel a reality, there wa a hurrying to cuvtr, ay the Troy Time. When the vole waa anally taken, much earlier than wat cxtiettcil tho lnue couM bo reached, only 1( drmexrata wcr found who placed thrmaelvr In opposition to tho hill. Thua tho democratic party In tho aenatc conceded that the, treaty of ferril by tho republican parly to the nation waa lan and ilrslratilr. It li illarouraKlnii to n party which nrcda ao badly an Issue for Ita ram palltn tlila j ear that when an exported opportuni...

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. — 11 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publinliod 12vory Krlcluy. 1IY TUB THIIJUNH PKINTINO CO., II. C. ASHDAIIGH, Editor fc Mang'r. tlubsorlntton In Advance. One Cony, One Year . $1.00 I'liono of, FIUDAY, MAHCII 11, 1001. A MoiitKonicry county demo crntlo ulllclnl remarked recently that In Ills travels over tlio county In tin) nst two yenrs ho hud ob served Ihnt where (in old ilenio emtio farmer rcsldonttind Bold out or died that IiIh plnco vrnx uencr nlly purchased and occupied by 11 republican from Iowa or Illinois. Tlio maclilnu newspapers nra not worrying. Tlivronronomo sovonor eight constltutlonnl umcmlmi-ntH to In otvd 011 next November, nml tlio publication of thoso nm endments nt n dollar a square, Is better tlmn live hundred now Hub ticrlbers. Tlio committees of tho i;cm-rnl assembly which Imvu tho preparntlon of thesu nmendineiitM In clmre should bo named "com mitted 011 providing prullts for democrntlo innehlno newspapers." Voice of the People. How He Likes Montgomery. Mr. Kdltor: Wo like ...

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. — 11 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDAY, MAHCH 11, 1001. Dollflowor ToloKram Itoms. Judgo J. 1). Uarnctt I stirring around pretty lively theso days, and U a winner, hands down. Term Fines hold the number which drew the pony II. C. 'Gardner rallied oil Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Summers this week moved) Into their new rcsldcnca on I'lno and Maplo streets. John It. KnlK'lit of near High III11 held a snlo Wednesday. IIo will move to St. Louis. Work was commenced on Dr. Perkins' drug ttoro building this week. Wm. niuo has gono to Kansas, whero ho may conclude to locate. Kldcr O. I Assllcr of Martin's Ferry, Ohio, will probably preach In Ilclltlowcr on Sunday, March 20. Trav Mabry and family of near Gamma linvo moved to Halls county, near I'crry, whero Mr. Mabry owns n farm. Tho little, ono year old babo of Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Hudson of Wcllsvlllo died last weckof scarlet fever. Ducks havo been plentiful this week, and somu of our hunters have brought down a number. Louis Ordclhcldo killed ten Mon d...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 March 1904

I If' 1- i v,.! w r LORD BMHjGTON GUILTY OF MURDER crlnl aloud. Uba was quieted, lut lator, when Mr. (iardncr referred U) hi-r visit Id Ilonfll In ecu Hi" hody, sho ni;aln Kavo way In her emotions. This tlmo Attorney (irnvcr went up to juugo m- Klhlnnuy unit whispered H rctuon strnnro njralnst havlni! such a rreno hi tnutt an llnhlo lit liavo mi cfTvcl on tho Jury. Tho court summoned Attorney Alter Three Hours Deliberation Jury Davis nml instructed him to rmov i Aim. jnu.mii. Ilcturns Verdict. .tltiirMi'r li-orr llrfrlnliiiil. Tho atralsnmont which Attorney Uardncr.Kavo Harrington illil not worn In hnvo The illKlitrat effect on tho nrla oner, nvcii when tho iroeiiilor turned nrouml. nr.il, fat Ins tho prlaoncr, shook hit flit ulmoft In hU fare, dcclarlni;: "Thcrn In the man who foully iniinli n-J hlii lieat friend, Jim MiCann. I.110I1 nt Mm. Ilo haa tho rrillllaii sagacity ot tho devil nml the hwrt of n monster. If I worn to picture thnilcvll luoarnato to ou I would not domlho hlin ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 March 1904

SUCCESSFUL COMBINATION. tt Consists of Hotbed, Cold Frame and Winter Storags Iit, Always Heady for Use. Seven years nito 1 built my tint com blncd hotbed, coldframo ond winter itorago pit. It Is the only successful combination I know for such lite. When converted Into n storage pit, the tash Is replaced b.v a door In Iho end, makes ac cess posslblo without disturbing any part of rovcrlnc. It may be from three to five feet high at otittlde, or raves, Kxravatlon Is mado lo brine the top of outer post about 12 Inches above ground level. Make bot tom two or three Inches lower In center 'or drain, with two-Inch tile. Uio best l'l.AN OK IIOTDCU. hardwood toits, not less than CiG Inches, lonR enough to beset below bed level:;', or three feet. It Is to be permanent, and only sound, lone lasting timber should be used for walls, and even these should Le heavily painted or covered with pitch, Uie boards or plank outside as well as In sldo of lino of posts, providing dead air I pice, and protcc...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 11 March 1904

i 1 MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FHIDAY, MAKCil II, 1901. GUESTS WHO F0K02T TO PAY. m WABASH TIME TABLE. Went Mound, Ijth fi, fiuK Isvutn MotitKufiM'ry, No. .1 -O.iO n. m ,. 11:31a. m Na9-2:IJ . m 4i p. hi No. I 7:.Trt i. m ;M in N.i. 7-10:11 luri ISilTa.ni Knit lloun'l fyrtrt MontfmTy, Arrlvn In ft, 1niW fin, AtI:Jl (i. hi,.,.( ....1) n, ni .No. l3.A2fu in H .fl'Ma. in N. Illt.ua, m ,,.7:ona in Ni. 33:Ui.m m fl.ro i. m )( ?. Cahjaimf, Ajtrnl. LOCAL NEWS. Antorlnthtn ,f lintel Krppfrn l'nri,S tu lllt anll IIHIiHinrntn n limit? llemtniler Not the vtilxar or Harden varletj of "Iwat" trouble (lie hotel ki.n uieso aaya, uui mo person or prrmn Seeing- a Trnln Come In. An unhonrd-ol nnverlty tins been Adopted by tlio city fntlivrn of Jloopotton, III., wliu hnre pro hibited nil young men nncl young women, who can not ulvo n good ronton therefor, from "ftolnp down to tlio depot to nco tlio trains romo In." Tlicrn linn, of course, been much criticism for mnny yearn of thin practice, which prnvnlls nt...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight PagG8-40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 2.J. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1001. $1.00 . A VBAU IN AIIVANCK. I Local Briefs. Hot lunchci served at all hour at Bailey's. Mlts Grace Harrison Is now with a largo millinery store at Parsons, Kansas, (or the season. For sal?, buggy and harness, Apply to J. W. Mlllam. Judgo Wm. Stewart, for many years a prominent banker of Mex ico, aged 80 years, died at his homo last week. J, M. Barker and family have this week moved to their new home on cast Sturgeon street. Miss Nan Smith Is homo from St. Louis forn short time. Sho has accepted n position as stenog rapher In the Dally Star ofneo, Ed. Kerwln, a good republican and and excellent man, Is an Inde pendent candldato for city mar- ahal. Don't forget him when you mark your ticket Thos. 8. Worlond now rosldcs on tho corner opposlto residence. of Dr. 0. E. Muns, whllo Scott Harrison this week morcd Into tho pi sco near Jcsso IlarrlU's In north part of town. Tho fi...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 March 1904

here to the bombardment on account of lira until distance of tlio enemy from tho batteries. Their cruisers took rcfupi behind thu l.lao Tlchln pro monolory, fearing hi cipo;o them itclwii to thu illnct (lro of tho totU. Ihitllealilii ItrMltnii Itcimitcri. Tho removal of tho battleship Hct vlrnn from tho month of tho Inner har bor, which marked tho assumption of command by Admiral Makaroff, will permit tho free exit of thu heavy or innro.l ship. It had been believed that tho reason why Ilia nulan ship had not inada n sortie beforo wan tho np prihinslon of meeting with a superior force, but It lit now clear that tho ehlpi wcro nnablo to leave. With tho channel open It I i'ecled that Ad miral MakarnfT will make tho squad ron an aggrosslto force. Appreciating the lulsfortuno of tho illvlnlon of tho licet heforn tho war. In Is hellcwd tho admiral will attempt to unite hla forcca by bringing thu Vladi vostok squadron to Port Arthur. m:v ciiwami ii.i.i:n. Vlrrrny nt 'lien Tmin llrnr IT I'l...

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. — 18 March 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'ulill.linl llr TIIK Till II1IX i: I'UIXTISfl CO. JIONTCOIIEIIV. t MIBSOUIU. MKS. BOBBINS' BANK ACCOUNT. TIIE TALE OF A ZVLVjX. BOOK. By IIn-y Itlcbardtuu. "I bcllevu Hint vxvry woman uliould umlemtiinil what icctinl- Ur.V lll(k'cmlcllt'l! Itf," Hit ill ill'. llobliln ut brcnUfiiMt on the morn inc of III wHVb liirtliiluy, "mid I fcul mire Hint you will upprccliiti' tlio little (,'iit JimvuforyiMi." "I know you've lionjjlit tluit lit tie opal mid diamond ring 1 wunt I'd," mild .M I'm. Ilnlibln, dollKlitcd ly. "You dear, extravagant tlllURl" HuIjIiIii dived Into IiIh coat pock et and IroiiKlit out two mini 1 1 liookt, which lie KavelinprexHlvely to IiU wife. Hlic looked tliem tliroii;li us tliouuli tlicy were u CIiIiicku puzzle. "TlioMe, my dear," nnld llolililn, "are your two new bank lionkH. 1 have dejioHlled for you lit Hi" lEattletheiii bank Hie mini of irn as your birthday nift, and lien after I nliall give you your month ly allowance iilxo In the Hliapc of n check,...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Publlntied 15vory l'rliltiy. nv TMO TKIUUNU IRINTIN1 CO.. II. C. ASIIUAIir.il, Udltor .V Mang'r. Subscription In Advanoa. On Copy, One Year $1. do I'hone on. FHIDAY, MARCH IH, 1001. Whnt a hard tlmo a mnn linn to 11 1 1 tlic uso ot tobnoco. And whnt a linnl tlmo his roil linn to lenrn tllO 116(1 of It. Ily tlio Clayton Incident and tho doings of Ills gang at fit. I.ouls lout Hnturdny, Hurry IlawcH has nerved notlcu ontliis people ot Mis souri of what tlii'y may expect In tho civont of Mm flection ns govor nor. Lawrence World) ICdltor nro cpicer people. They senselessly cut each other's throats. If a law ycr want anything, all tho Inw ycrs will help him to get It. If a lawyer charge a big fee, every other Inwyer In town will go cm tho land, and "wear tho feci win reas onable, and they would not havo taken tho ensn for a small fee. Tho meiitlon ot Uen. Miles In connection with tho democratic nomlnatl'in for president hits mill ed out Homo chapter ot ancloiit histor...

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. — 18 March 1904

Your Attention Please! "Wo want to do you good in the eclcction of . . . FARM IMPLEMENTS . . . Seeing ia believing and all wo want is a chance to show you our ItueH. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To itivuMtigate and we arc uro we can help you in getting machinery that will unit you and do your work right. Wo have a car load of ANCHOR BRAND FERTILIZER You need nomeof tliitt in your garden. It makcM one third more in yield, and from one to two weeks earlier. T. H. BRITT & SON, ( MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MAItCII 18, 1001. Now Hopo nntl Union Grovo. S. I.. Oliver nnd wlfo wcro the guceU of tlio Ifittorii parent last V,lr,.,ln. fff W. U. Appling nnd fnmlly jj 'visitcci ruiniivos cast or .Montgom- cry Tuesday. Miss Madge Ovorstroet 1 now 'helping Ming Mngglo Hobortsou In the millinery storo at Montgom ery City. Mr. Hereford who rented tliu Geo. Sailor (arm moved to It lust Tuesday. Hoy Worlnnd aecldontly shot himself In tlio foot Inst week with n turret rifle. The chnmp...

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 March 1904

f 30,00 St Louis to California. ?00.00 via Tha Iron Mountain Itoute. These tli kcU will bo nil nalo ilnltjr during March awl April, when lullmnn Tourist Hl-iliiif Oars will Im niwralul tlaljr be tween rlt. l'iiK, l,us AnirclosamlHati I'niti tlscti. IMrilriilni from uur Anent of ll.o Ointmnv. II. O. 1'uxnLXUt (1. 1. & T. Agent, HL IjiiU. t'nhtiMrn guests uip always welcomes. leLtii they air it-mo - Klinkriiicare. 1' Cure h CiiM III Our lnr Take l.aisllvs llrnimi Quinine .ablets. All druf(l.ts rrfumt money)! it fsUslocure. 234. "restored to healthT" Many weak, anf (PIL ferine women 1I0 not SJ&f7 know lliat lliclr kid- ncue lena 01 bick am ncys ami to do urin ary disorders. Hick kidneys mnko foul MumI, anil biul blood makes had iIIrcsIIou, heart nalpltallon.illt ty headaches, nerv ousncaa, alccblcsv ncaa, sciatica, rheu innllc pain anil con 1 slant depression. Can t 1)0 restored to health until tha ktdneya ara cured. Head Imw olio woman wan restored by uiIiik Poaii's Kidney I'l...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 18 March 1904

I OPINION OF THE EDITOR OF "NEBRASKA FARMER". He Expresses Ills Approval of Amer lean Immigration to Canada. During tho Winter months the head or tho family consults with tho other members as to tho prospects (or tho future, and doubtless ono of tho most interesting topics discussed Is tlm: of moving to. some district whero It Is possible, to more easily secure what Is necessary for u. couifortablo existence; whero It Is an easy matter to Lccomo possessed of sufllclent farm land to assure a compcleneo for tho future. This, not only Interests tho head of the family but every Individual member uf It. llarlnR beforo mo tho knowledge) whero ho can secure, a homo with tho expenditure, of but little money, It Is well for him to obtain all Information 14llile regarding tha produrtlvcnesj of tho land In tho country that ho may select, Kor several years ntst a litrci number of Americans have removed to Western Canada and as nearly ns H can bo ascertained nlmost nil of thesa tiavo expressed 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. — 18 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. KIUDAY, MAHCII IH, 1B0I. Notes Prom the 5chool. Hank of rooms based on per contof attendance and punctuality (or past week: WADA8H TIME TABLE. Went llntltil, Is'nt e H. IjiuU. I, itc Mimtxmm'rjr. Mil. a-rina. i llJIn. in Natl 2il3i.iu . l;Mi.m Ni. I 7:.W i. hi . .D.sn p. in N.i. 7-10:11 i in . .. ,. 11:17 . in Ym llnmi'l linvi. Miirilirwiii ty, Arrlvi' In HI, l.nuU Nik Atli91 1. iii ... Itjnn. m N.i. ..J:.u. in S'Mit.m Nil. Il-.IKV. in . 7.m in Nn. 2-:ll i.iii. .. . ..A.imii. in II, ('.('AMAIUS, Agent. LOCAL NEWS. Notice ol School Election. I(.nn. Tmrlirr. .Ml. I'unr. Av. III.- 7 W. X. Hill"1, V. HO W. 1 Hr.. J.inlau. W.'i l l Mn.MeCanne, V7.I l' 9i 3 I MUsVt'l.Iti-, V7.2 IW V.l 4 Clins. A in. .1.1. V3 Ul.7 D7.V 10 .'. C. '.ill.ll, UV7 I'll ff7.Nl II II ILi llm, M.H mi II7.H 7 I A Ml.. Msrllu, in. IH Itf.t s IAJ MlxK.Tiluw.il, IO.T VI3 M V itl MIm KiuinVr, VM w.t lU l Notice In hereby given to tho qualified votcm ol thuHchool DIs trltt ot tlin City of Montgom ery...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 121. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 2.'., 1901. ?1.00 A VRJtlt IN AIIVA.1CE. Local Briefs. Easter Sunday this your comes on April 3. Mr. Forest Brllt la visiting her slater at Bloomlngton, 111, Leo Vogt of St. Louis la visiting with his parents In this city. Fred Crockett Is homo from tho tit. Charles MUlltary Academy. Look out I and havo your prop erty Insured with J.J. Blair again at tornadoes. tf Harry Lackland, a son-in-law of Jno. M. barker, will movo from Mexico and lire on a farm near Danville. Try somo of Barley's Buttercup candy. Its something now and finest on the markctr Ladles' day at tho bowling alley Is Friday afternoon from 12 to .r:!I0 p. m. Alleys also rented for pri vate parties. Iter. J. S. Bowles and family of Jonciburg visited Dr. Davidson and family last Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tho John Shnw farm, near Mc Klttrlck will bo sold at trustee's aalo In Danville on Tuesday, March , 1001. Tho new...

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. — 25 March 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'ui.H.i.i-.l Mr Tin: tiii hum: iiii.itimi co. MONTQOMKHY, MISSOURI. Thin lllllo statement may accnunt for Japan's surer In I ho war; Tint coun with lm,W population, has ifltii? C23 pupil In lir elementary school, whlhi Russia, 1: JO,wO,000, ha only Tho war uf nation nro a fojltati I tho quarrels uf children, lu A lew year niter a war outworn two peoples llicr may to united In (iRhtlnK iitiitr count rlc. Tho rcrt tint Turkey lific fur Ituiml.in kiiocon I positively nuiuslng. It I mi doubt lieinmlng monotonous to tho Russians nt Port Arthur ami Vladivostok to b sleeping hy tho gun. Thorn nro loo tniiny rudn awakonlnr.N tho Jnpanneo ImvInK control trl the luiMt nt puncturing thn darkness with lights (if dcndly pmjifl He. At thn reienl demm rutin primary In HI. UhiIh miiiio of thn Indliui iii.nl'ithc mistake of tackling Iwu of David It lVand' ton who rrcehcil thiti athletic (mining nt Vnlo. iiml somn ill I ho Indians knew I liny had been tip against It when thn scrlmmngu e...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 March 1904

TTT? rT1'T'TT7C7, I 1 m tlilnkln', nor," elio snld, "an I yourself Ik tlii? Mr. Wltlirlll Hint TIIK TltllllM: I'ltl.NTI.NII CO I.y)XTGOMEltY, missouhi, -5? V A A TJiNHEROIC MSRO. BY JANE ELLIS JOY. "Do .von Know," unit! he, snatch lug at tin Hist cluuieo tn make lln talk iHM'KDiial, "It In Ave years since vim mill I have known each other'.'" "Vex, unless oiil counts by nil othcrxenlendiir tin- 0110 of deeds mill thoughts," smiled tin: girl, liulf-scriuusly. "Well. I've been doing Bonn' ''thinking' nt miy rate, mill," with .1111 indent, unmistakable glance, "It COIK.crilH JOII, MlssStllUlltOU." "Me, Mr. Wltlirlll!" "Yes. I love yun,(lrni'c. Now, don't hiiv you don't cart1 forme!' In; pleaded, scoibg negation In tlif pretty, highbred face. "No, 1 can't nay tliat; for I do .faro for yon, but " "Thank you it thousand tlutos or citrine." "I will tell you about it," nli wild, Dimply, In answer to another pleading look. "ion know my mother died three. tears ago?" "Vcii, 1 recollect tbo clr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, PuIjIIkiIkjU ISvory Rrlrjuy. IIY- TMI! TKII1UNIJ I'UINTINd CO.. II. C. ASIIHAIK-.1I, Editor ,V ManK'r. Htibsorlptlon In Aclvnnon. Ono Copy, Ono Yenr Sl.on I'hnne oft. HIUDAY, MAItCII 1001. linn. John II. Hnthwdl of Smlnlln I announced ns n cnn dldnto for tlio rcpulillcnn nnnilnn tlon for governor. I to In unlit to lie , splendid innu. Tim Anilrnln county bar, 22 lawyers strong, nro nut with n atroiip; endorsement u( 1". It. .Icssp fur circuit Juilir. Tho people of Audrain county ilon't seem to hnvo anything to say about tho matter. Tho ninchlno ilcmocrntlo news papers of Montgomery county didn't Imvo inucli to any Inst wook about tho last St. I.ouli iloinocratlo primary election. They thought It best lo keep ni iulto in pnsslhln nml fool their renders. TIiiU'h tho way they Imvo been doing In this county for twenty years past. Hut they will llml out yet that while you enn fool hoiiiu peopln iniiiii time, you cnu't fool them nll.tho time. Tho ileinnerntla indignati...

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