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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 March 1904

Mr Attention Flease! "Vu want lo do you good in the selection of . . . FARM IMPLEMENTS . . . Seeing is believing and nil we want is a chance to show you our lines. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To investigate and wo are Hiiro we can help you in getting machinery thai will suit you and do your work right. We liavo a car load of ANCHOR BRAND FERTILIZER You need some of this in your garden. It makes one third more in yield, and from ono to two weeks earlier. t i T. H. BRITT & SON, MONTGOMERY CITY. MO. . tw MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Fill DAY, MAUOII 2.'., IPOI. HlRh Hill. Our first spring rnla Monday night tri) a regular "gully washer." Constance & Long shipped a car of cnttlo nud hogs to St. I.ouls JJondny night. Will Strclf cntno up from St. Louis Sunday and spent a lew hours with liomufoIkN. Miss Mary Knight returned homo Saturday niter bavin spent several days with friends In Mont gomcry City. Alfred Davidson of near Dig Spring called on relatives hero nnd In this vicinity Saturday und Sun...

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 March 1904

WESTERN CANADA HAS AN EXCELLENT CLIMATE. Th Saskatchewan Valley Very High ly I'M Died. An Interesting f until ro of Woslorn Canada la IK cllmaln. TbO'o who liavo mailo n stmly of It speak lildily ef It. Tho Canadhin tiorcrmncnt AkmiH atv uihIIiik out nn Allan, nnd nt tho aino llmo clvlnir raluaMo In f'lrninUnn coricirnlnir railway rales, etc., to llioac Intrrrstiil In the country. An hat liecn nalil, tho rllmMo li excel lint. Tho duration of this part of Canaita In noout I.S0O ffH bImho tho eu, about twice that of the nvtrsfi" for Minnesota, It la n very ilcslrablo nltl tinl. The country haa n very equalils rllmnle, taking llm reason throiiKh. Tho wlnlcra uto htlcht nnd the sum mer aro pleasantly warm, II. r. HW part, illri'clor of tho meteorological tcrvleo for Canada, aaya: 'Tho salient feature of th rlltnato "of the Canadian northwest territories "aro a clear, hradtiK nlmoshtierr, ilur "lint the Krraler part of tho year, and "a medium rainfall and anuwfall, Tho "mean temperature ...

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 March 1904

0f I i I alnrrclfilii I'licrtm rilglil. I'lpcou linte llown from Nulitca to Lnnenalilrc, 440 miles, In u nge tliiyi nml tlicy huMiihmn from t lie Klietlnmli to London In ouu hpcll of d.i) light. In .lunc, 1M7, llio wIiiiiit of micli a rnco lieu from I.iTwlfi; tu Ktnnmorr, 101 ml Ira nml l.OSO .vnrtla, mul lnmlun rec ord far loiiB-tllatniirrll.Tliig, Itw.ullli-truti-tl nt 3i30u, m., ami rriiclitilitslcilt lit 7133 III tlii! rvrnlnff. In 1613 .Mr. 'JYfrctini'lcr, llio priut iiutlimity cm lilt-ona, giii sonic frit-ml to acnil lilm Kdi) MnU from Itrtiast'la. Tlipy wcie tuaaul nt tliu Crystal itilui' ut noon, nml n tcti'Krum Mnart'tit uttnmiouiiiliiK the time nt which they wrnj rrlrnactl. Tho blrtla iTiirlutl thi'lrloft tioforu tln incsanjic una ilcllu'rctl. Those fncta iif fnnl nmplo (iroof of tint miint-loiuiKm era of ciultirmu'coflholjlrtlii. Tlt-lllls. Evening It TJp. Tmrn Itrni. l,l .'ni(Tlln. AU llm culkvllon ilt ranio 'rouml la him III (Inirch l.iyt tiiimta)? jrunc ;o. urveii nuuo...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 25 March 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MAUCH'J.'i.lOOI. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wtnl ll.Min.1. Infi, HI, lnl( lii, Montieimt-rjr. Nil. 3 l:m n. in It 11 n, in N. -3:1111.1,1 p. m Nik l-7:: . in o:.Vi p. m N.t T-tO:li ( i,i ,. , M7n. , Kml tlnuiiil l Mimliiim r)f. Artl In PI. loult Nis ..:il . in IiViii, in Na4--3i.Mii. i MI n. m Nil. II-I:I'Jm, in ..7.'n in No. Vl:IJi. in. ..ft imji, in II. I'. ('AHNAIM9, AKi'lll. LOCAL NEWS. Tlio Liquor Question Reviewed. I'nim llrmttiiii cTtit.) ClirunU'lit. Tho Clirnnlclo In nut n prohibi tion orgim, but, nn nil Impnrtlal publla Journal which sees tiling nn they nro nnd discusses questions nnd Issues which ilcmaml nnd ntiKiKu present public attention, rcKnrdlcss of tho Individual views nml preferences of those who direct Its editorial policy, It In tends to sny hero a few plain words to both Its "pro" nnd "nnd" frlonds, Tho most casual obsorvcr of tho trend nnd tendency of publlo opinion on tho liquor question must urn Hint tho sentiment against tho liquor trnlU...

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 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight rages 10 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. S!fl. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL I, HUM. ?1.(X) A YMIt I.N AKVA.NCi:. r I , . -) 11 : Local Briefs. Tho Sherman brothers on Tues day moved their restaurant back to New Florence. Mrs. I. S. Williams of this city visited with her daughter nt Kcy tcsTlllo tho past two weeks. L. A. lllrd, formerly of the Martlnsburg Enterprise, has pur chased the Vandalia Mall and Kzprois. Clillllcothu has passid an ordi nance lovylng a tax of 75 cents per. leiephono In tho city. I hero are 11US poles. A stock show of horiosnnd Jncks la to bo held at Ucllflowcr, next week Saturday, April 0, bcglnlng at 'I p. tn. Claude Morton, a lad of 12 years, near Shamrock accldcntly shot and killed himself whllo out hunt ing one day last week. Gordon seeds and onion sets, at A. IlUMIIAIlD'S. Col. Warner Luwls took a llvo days trip Into tho southern part of tho county last week, with horse and buggy, to visit IiIh two farms near Big Springs and M...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 April 1904

THETIUIVUNE. I'iiIiIMimI llr Till! TIIIIII Ni: I'lllNTIMl CO. MONTUOMKKY. : MIBBOl'HI. rr-M-nv-sinl. 1 They ray Hint the fashions prescribe morn cwlly ntllrn for women, Other commodltlm, oven beef, B down occa sionally, Imt never In a decline lu tliu ust of a drrrti registered. A MlrlilKnu man left 110,000 to cacti of liU Hin-o hwa.-thcurts. II I" ex plained lio would have imrrlcd mm ut llinm had tin lint feared Hint tho others would nprlm: hrcnrb-of-prunils suits. How illil Dial sktilklnt; Mint our set t':u,)? There nrn MiTPTntKjnliotil '200,000 ut the mirvlvliiK soMlrrn (if tho rlvll war wlm linvn nut yet applied for pen (.Inn. Time, im rapidly iih they ronh Hie nre of (if, If the rn'int nnler stands, will lio entitled In iienslons, upon sim ple npilliillin. The men who draw JliirlklHtinit linvo In hen the pluie In Hie JapiiKwe army ilcslmii-d ly nntnie lur the Missouri inula. They iln Ihelr work rcswuinl.ly well. Inn .Input- him en Ik exlretno ly doubtful with ntiylhluft short of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 April 1904

.Mr. HveHriuniplismverjeath joye is a Spirit jKrobbinc IKrouok all lifo. K$ To utferAivco Jtlitofe . "flu? friksT .TlOtvcr, So iyy love iatpirert, &. miracle ol porYQTf Defies tins woiolif "of eiaLfluitemboitj strife. ArtA Uoiom3'a.illy'n..lkc cluTkeit Kour. 0 cjg&ch. Iivilrtirvg, $ faugh,! by jboveTo hide tfia If?, form artel colorS iru a. ckoier. cell dp rtsja iiT m.'..k&T narrow Momb h Tnusr abide. Until Ike forco of Lovo skall break, ike skcll. ImeaJlv & to Love a kindly door lka.1 led, !, 3? To clearer vi&iorv' And. To h'wer scene, $ " E'en. tkougK.,tkttcroij"of fiornow ctand. eetweoiv, Krliov Kai strength, ualb life's utmoif ncc; Q!? Aud,Jnowin. tki,, I m WcV jysrerte.. g "dood gracious!" ho ec!Mmed. "You aro a fright, ltena, Mr. lies sinner la now In the rtfrlor mid I vra.nl )-oti to inert him; but 1 will never In trodtica Mich n dilapidated raE-u.iB as mr daughter. Did your mother not tell rou that the tenor u to (top wllh in"" "Ye, papa but " Tho parlor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PubllHliucI iCvury KrUJtiy. UY- THP. TKIIJUNH I'KINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIMAtJOII, liJItor & Mnnc'r Suti.crlnllon In Advnnoo. Ono Cony. Ono Year Si.oo Intone on. FRIDAY, A I'M I. I, lll. Tim republicans enn clnlm nil tho credit (or tlm vlrlory over tlm trusts In I ho Northern Securities enso. Tho ill vision of tho supreme court innjorlty wns written ly JuiIko llnrlnn, who wns Huppnrtcil by (our republicans. Tho thrco democratic JuiIkpb dissented, thus HtrengthenlnK tho conviction limed upon tlm nlllluilo of I'rcsldont Cleveland rind his nttornoy Kcncrnl, Hint successful attack upon monopoly uoni l I nn tl o n through tho untl-truU Inw nntl tho courts could out I") expected from deinocrnllc olllclul a. It In tho republican putty Hint U .tandlni' lictucitu thu people nnd tho great monopoly comblnatloim. New Pension Ruling. The pension department at Wash liiRton issued an order recently which will bo of Intercut to pen sioner In thin county ns It will practically s...

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

Your Attention nease ! AVe want to do yon good in the eclcutiou of . . . FARM IMPLEMENTS . . . Seeing is believing and all wo want is a chance to hIiow yon our lines. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To invcutigato and we are mire we ' can help you in getting machinery that will Hiiit you and do your work right. Wu have a car load of ANCHOR BRAND FERTILIZER You need Boiuoof thin in your garden. It makes one third more in yield, and from one to two weeks earlier. T. H. BRITT &, SON, MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, Al'RlL I, 1001. Duoll, Rock Itcnsley, who 1h In tho commission business In St. I.oiiIh, sjicnt Saturday and Sundny with his parents at this place Miss Alvlnn Winters Is staying with her sister, Mrs. Simon Wehr- tnaii, who tins boon sick (or somo I thno. Wllliu Claru nnd Claud Cnhnll were sight seeing In St. I.onls thu lnttrr part of the week. JnmcsKstls ot Montgomery City U running tho cnultiu nt Wilson's camp (or awhile. W. II. Clare, niter visiting horn several d...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 April 1904

THEIR BIG FOUR L. F. Parker, II. C. Day. N. C. Pierce, C. W. Clarke. ROOSEVELT'S POLICY INDORSED MalbrMit Nmnml n ftUtn'v t'lmlrn for lcrtrlilriit-l'nflr i:irtln I,rn hii4 1'nUf Couulltitf lrM.iu.i-4M - Nlnlw Niiilimtliiir I'tHitriillmi tit fit Jie(h MUtl JiiiIMaI mi J(Trtott tllr. ICanitiH Clly, Mo., MArrli 22. The ftnir ihlcKatcn nl large, tinmen In I ho Malo convention Itxlay, to rrpr&ont Mliwoiir! In ttio imtlniml convention nl CIiIkwi, arc; U K. Parker, of IMicIpi cuiinly, general nolttllor for thu HI. ImiU & H.in KrancUcu rnllnmd com 1'iity; Hubert C. Day, of Ht. Um; lrpildout or Uto Ht. IajuIi llamtllou ilulij (!. V. Pimp, of Maryvlllc, tuh lor of a Imnk (here, mid Hlalo Hcnatnr Chnrlt'R W. Clarko, of KntiHim CHy. Tho voln hy which U.m Rrntlcinon ueroihoicn hob; Parktr, 1,"I2; Day, tw; Plrrcc. :SC; Clnrk ltJ8, Flvt urn llcmeu ww placed In iiomlmtlutt, 0. I. 1'lllity being tho other one. Ilia tlr una C.V). All dnrlim tho day there waa llio Itret of KiMiil ualuru on the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 April 1904

HOW TO TAKE OFF HIDES. Removing Tliera In the Right Way Means Many Extra Dollars In the Farmtr'i Packet. Tbcrc are numerous wrong ways o! taking off hides, but there la only one right way. It la Jtut an easy to tako. dIT a hlilo In the right way an In any other when one knows what the rlRh( way la, and the removal In Iho proper manner rua.ii atlil materially lo their value. On thin ground tho negro's CX- planitlon of hla charges for Iho skin ning of n cair might be Justifiable. Upon being reroonatratrd with for charging a dollar for tho skinning of u enlf ho a aid, "Wall, tnaisa, t charges r.H renta for tho worU and SU ccnta for tho know how," Wrong-shaped hldea are classed na damaged hldea, ocn If not damaged by ruts, and when they are dried on tho fence or on the ground, exposed to tho sun and tho weather for a consider . U no, nblo time, they get hard and aro oaly Dt for glue. Tho KorthwcBtcrn Hide & l-'ur rompany aaya; In skinning beef hldea luid calf aklus, keep the knlfo r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 1 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, F1MDA.Y, Al'HU.2, 1001. 1 WADASH TIME TABLE. Wi.t Ikjiiml. J.earn St. Inuli. Iriit Monlilni'ry. No, 3 o wn. rn u. in . 3:11 1. tn im p. m Nn. I Jimp, in ... .. ...:VPi. Ill Mo. T 10:11 1 .. ,...IJ:I7. ni r'a.t llnuiiil tmvii MimlKMnrrjr. ArtlTiiln St. IjiiiiU fftn A II r3t t. in IiWm. in Hn. (!.. tin. in ',ln Nn. tlllWa, In T:llH ni Ku.3-l:IJp. in ft:"l p Ill II. (:. (:aaAiu, Airi-nt. ladder you con hnvo It. Very well, but If nnyono would hftvo told mo that all theso tilings could hn vn been gotten at tho Lumber Yard I wouldn't lmvo believed It. Hut how did you know that you could (jet those things thcro? I Kaw It In tho Tribune, which mother sent me. Ily tho way Charloy, ono thing I want you to tomorrow sure nuhftcrlbu for tho Tribune. .!UftiY nr MusTiiuvriir. I lea awl prorriilliiifi In rlroult rntirt at nr MoiilRmiirrjTi lin'itinM'r l. iw,i earn niftii nil iimi ruin irnii ii urn rrKumr BIG WIND STORM Durlnir tlm rain storm liora on Wptlnostlny tilultt, thn win...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. i Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 20. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1901.' Local Briefs. ii The Dob Caruthors hotel Is also to be painted. r'See J. W. Barnes' Dainty Pareo Burlesque, opt ra house. Monday night, April 11. E. B. Delematra and wife, from WcIIstIIIo, visited at the Bailey homn Tuesday. Oscar Krleger, a leading busi ness man at Martlnsburg, died at a 8t. Louts hospital last week. Jas. L. McQulo of this clly Is aald to be the only avowed Folk xnan In tho county now running for a county ofllce. Mrs. J. H. Soholle of Jonesburg, died Monday night, of last week at the ago of 03 years. Husband and several children surrlvo. Mrs. Davis, sister of Mrs. O. E. Johnson, who has been visiting with relatives and frlonds for the past month, returns to her home In Burlington, Iowa, next Monday. Aloxondcr (Sandy) Mason died at his homo In Forlstoll on Friday, March 25, 1001, at tho ago of 7H years. Deceased had been a res Ident of Forlstoll tor a n...

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. — 8 April 1904

THE TRIBUNE. 'tldlthed lit tiii: tiiiiii'.m; i'imstin" co, MONTflOMKIlY, I MISBOUni. )ll BJI1 J Japan Anally concluded not to take the tpaeo vacated by Iluiuda nt the 8t ImiU World' fair. Her ambition U centered at present on occupying tho sparo whkh the expect HumIi to va cate In Korea. It In f.nt the Dm tlm that a what, and a torpedo havo met as It I wlrea from Vladivostok. The Interesting metrical Ula related hy Meter. Gilbert and Sullivan, uf a similar event which Marted out with "In, Ibt North Rca LWed a Whale." etc.. will be recalled. Uriah Ullcr, of Amlly, N. Y., for tlx ty year tared money with which to buy the ixhool houto In which ho was trounced an a buy. He bought the bullilln.f recently and Io:nu!ih til It. Thero'B the man with the vengeful Leart or whom you've Won searching. Ulllt havo been Introduced In lolh renalo ami home of rrprrtcntatlvcs which have for their object Iho crea tion of renewed Inlcfral In rlllo prac the mil marksmanship. Iloth the war department and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 April 1904

WANTED A CARPENTER. " Cbtcngo Journal. THE TRUSTS AND HEARST. Vhcn It Comes to Uslnc ' Check Book tlx Yellow Peril to the Benocrncy In't In It. i Rome (if the antl-llearst democrat! are np,ifallnK to the republican! to hilp defeat the New York eilltor fot the at. Louis nomination. They In eltilRO In strong laiiRttaite, nnil declare that lilt candidacy deserves rebuke, Ir rcsiiritlvo of party. l.vcrjboJy, It li mated, ihoulil tal.e alarm at such methods nf campalKiilnir, ami especial ly lor the lilKhtst office within the jieople's Rift. Thli appeul, nay Iho Washington filar. Is robbed of nil force anil made quite ridiculous by the altitude of the trusts. .Mr. Hearst U a very rich man, a lavlih spender, and li very anxious to be president. Hut hl pile l mall when compared with the combined plica of I hone I nut maKnatei, who )ut now'are figurine. Industriously on con trolling Iho 81. Iiula convention. They have dollars to his cents, and they are PUttlnK up quite liberally. In the well...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Published lfivory Krlduy. ny TUB TRIBUNE PRINTINQ CO.. II. C. ASIIHAIIGII, Editor & Mann'r. BubsorlDtlon In Advanoa. One Copy, One Year $1.00 Hone 96. FIUDAY, Al'IULB, 1004. It Folk Is nominated Missouri will bn certain of n good governor for tha next four years, becauso tho republicans could not hopo to dofent him with other than a first class man. I'coplo am supposed to know tho lawi litnornnce tho law, tho court declare, doc not oxcuho a Tlolnllou. Yet tho lawyori do not ktinwHiit Inw! tlm siinrcmfi court docs not lenow It, mid has repeat-, "'"l lclal cdly reversed ltd own decisions nr. c? . .. - A Tv.. V. Tlf I IIIStJIOilUMUH 1 MMI Mr. Folk and republican nows papers to tho contrary notwith standing, tho Standard thinks wo can "point with prldo" to tho dem ocratic rocord In Missouri for tho last 30 years. 810,000,000 of debt wlpod out, tho lowest taxes of any stnto In tho Union, tho best school system, not n dollar lost to thu nconlo bv boodllntr or other...

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

your Attention Please! "We want to do you good in the eelectiou of . . . FARM IMPLEMENTS . . . Seeing is believing nnd nil wo want is a chance to show you our linos. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To invcBtigute nnd we nre miro we can help you in getting machinery that will suit you and do your work right. Wo have n car load of ANCHOR BRAND FERTILIZER You need some of thin in your garden. It makes one third more in yield, and from one to two weeks earlier. T. H. BRITT & SONj MONTGOMERY CITY. MO. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIUDAY, AI'IULH, 1001. Rhlnoland Rocorct. Horn, Thursday, March 21th, lo Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Holschlag, -west of town, a girl. Frank Whippier loft tlio foro part of tho week for Warsaw, Mo., whero ho contemplates pur--chasing a farm. Fritz Kruso who moved to Cali fornia last fall will return with his family to this placo In a few days. They will mako their homo In Sugartown. Chas. 12. Dickey and Clarence Kills, who enlisted In tho army for Ihrco years, camo In from Ft. Itllcy, Kan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 April 1904

SECRET INQUIRY INTO BEEF TRUST Agenta of the Department of Com merce at Work In St. Louis. THEY ARE IN SEARCH OF DATA THIBETANSJPAID DEARLY Their General and Escort Killed la Attack On the British. Hip llrnrrril r'lrril tlir I'lrnl Mind unit Tliett llie Slnuliltler of tit TlilbrlHMa llrueiei. Tuna. Thibet, Aiirll 3. Tho Thlltn gewral, the whole of hi personal es cort uml llvn I.tiussa official" wen nnwne; tho hundred killed In tho fight Inn of March 31 at Ouni, Thibet. Tho small llrltlsh Iiwsch are at couiilod for by tho fact that tho Tbl ln-tans wire ro huddled toRcther that tho majority wcro unable either to 111 their swords or to fire. Tho swords men In Iho front rank could not reach the slkhs, who had fixed hayoneu-, white the men In tho mlddlo of tho mob could not ruh the enemy, but many of them probably IdllM each other In tho mad excitement. Th.i neeno recalled oldtltne nahta In rock pit, the Krltn, determined faces of the Thibetans, llnhled Willi devildom rar BKcry, enpremrl...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 8 April 1904

t The sporting editor of the Daily Bresil acting temporarily answrrs-lo-cor-rt'pondrnl man, A note from "Constant Header," con tained tht niieryi "Wliit do the letters. 'D. I).' mean" was handed to lilm. "Dollars to Doudinuts," he wrote in reply, without i moment's hesitation Chicago Tribune. In the Spring. towndn. Mo., April 4th. Mm. It. 0. Hilly, or this place, says: "For )er I was In very tail health, l.very spring 1 would get so low tint I vii unsble to do my own work. 1 sccmi-d to lie nonn in the spring tlnn any other time of the year. I wu very weak and miserable ind liid much pain In toy liack ind head. 1 uw Dodd's Kid ney Villi advertised Ut spring ind be gnn treatment of tbem ind they have Mrtilnly done me mere good than any thing 1 have ever used. "1 wai ill right last spring and felt tet ter thin 1 hate for over ten years. 1 im tilty yean of ice and am stronger to iliy than I have lieen lor many years and I givrj Dodd'a Kidney Tilla credit for the wonderful improvement." ...

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

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PMDAY, Al'MLH, IDOt. msSSk. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wnl llmiml, Iarn St. IjnuU, Imh Mnntipmirrjr. tin. i t-.m. m 1 1 lit . m N.i. till p. in , i:x p. m Kit. I 7; i. ro,. .,... f ;M p. tn H.i.T-IOillpni I1:U. in llnuml, Imirn Ximironirrjr, Arrlrn In SI, Ioul No,..:p. in m Kn. 4- aH. in , A'ttR. hi Win ll-.l!l. m , in Nik 3I:Up. in ,...... 8:Wp. m It. !, (,'AMiiur, Axriit. Supervision ot Rural School. To thoso Interested In good ohoolit Tlio moot Important qucsUon (or every pntrlotlo Mlssourlan I how to promote tho bolt schools possi ble for tho boys nn'd girls reared on tho farms. Twelve countlos employ county superintendents, and I iipenk from perHonnl ubscr- YAtlon and through conviction In HsylriK thnt tho rural schools In Ihcso counties nro botter In every vrny than they are In other counties. Tho following statements from Kupt. Ilnnlwny of Jasper county, who has hnd practical cxpcrlonco, nro worthy of enrcful study: "County supervision hns ho Ionic been establishe...

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