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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 27. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1901. 1 Of) A YUAN Local Briefs. 0. E. Johnson spent Sunday In St LouU with his son. The M. K. AT. depot at Dluflton wai burglarlxed latt week. A good square piano (or sale cheap, by John M. Barker. The public schools of this city 'will closo for the present school year, ono week from today. A new photograph gallery la to be opened hero soon, In the Hud aon building on Sturgeon etroet Bob Seo, ono of tho democratlo candidates for shorliT, has boon quite sick lately with typhoid foyer. Miss Flora Bordeaux and Myron Orcon spent Tuesday In New Florence with relatives and friends. Miss Lorcno Alvcy has returned from McKlttrlck whero sho has been teaching school tho pKst win tor, s. Mr. and Mrs. O. 12. Damcrou and family spent a few days with his parents at Salabury tho past week. Bradstrcct tins discovered that HI per cent, of tho tncrcnants who foiled In 1003 did not advertise In ...

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. — 15 April 1904

THE TPiT13UNE. l-nMl.linl llr tiih Till him: i-iusri.tn (o. MONTGOMIJKY, t Ml3S0UJtt. Criminal nr enrcl.'eti hicthtnlit In m-n-nlUntlou nr nlltus nro nil atn.iir.trc -each of good government nnd a dan r thai might vitiate n national ?l"c llon. Thorough action on thin subject r-rcurini In n p-fnmount netes-Jlty. Jnpanetm officials liava ln looking. i.t tin) ship yards' at BIoUId, Ger many. Oprmana think thin Indlcntoi Hint Jaimti will hato nonio wnishlpi l.u'lt In Germany, hut Iho prob.tbllllliil nro tli.it llio .tnp. will merely go to work anil build a Htctlln of tbclr ovtn. EX-OUEEN ISABELLA OP SPAIN IS Time can nlwnys lm trusted to ovolvo fnrtu, It now trun:lres Hint the llil II mum (Ire Involved a Ions of only J2,W0,(ioo, Inttcnd of 1150,000,000, n nt llrkt cntliintcd. Tho former turn, how ever, will i;i a long way tun aril building n now nml mora beautiful llatllmuro. Tho repert of llio department of com mcrco nml Inlxir show Hint for tho six monlhs ending December 31, 1001, our...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

THE TRIBUNE. I'niilLhnl lir Tin: tiiiiii'm: imiinti.no to. MONTROMRIIV, inssoi'ni. A REAL MYSTERY. Mr. Mmi IIii'm liat hnd vanlshoil In a iiiaiinur nioiit Inexidicnbli'. Tho cIicmiiumI aticca Hiirroundln;; the inj-ntury mo herein not ilnwn. When (be l'rom-ottB gave their larly, (lie Unices offered (licm a part of (lielr lint ns clonl;rooinn for tbe KiieH(8, (lie Unices' Hut bo lut: directly under (lie 1'rencnttB'. A room at (lie back of (be drmv-lug-room wax nsslKiied to (be la iHch, while (be .cent lemon left their liatn in the front room. The Unices werolnvlteil, bat n tonthaehe anil mvollen face pre vented Mrn. IlriiceatteiidliiK. Mr. Ilruco went, bat neveral IhneK during (lie evening be denceiided to pee bin wife and cheer her iiU'ilnst lonellnepH. Also t-o or three pieKlH, who were Intimate friends of the Ilrucex, were ierni(tted (oneober a( the back of tbe Hat, where Bite kept herxclf during the evenlnc When refreshments were nerved Mix. l'rexcott thought fully pro. vlded a tr...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Publiwliocl lSvory FrlcJuy. 11V - TUB TRIIiUNU PHINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIHAIIOII, Editor Si Mang'r Subtorliitlon In Advanoo. One Copy, One Year $1.00 I'hnne oft. FIUDAY, AI'IUl. 15, 1101. i- I-'ourtccn nrljro ilrlverH of llm Klcliiiiunil, Vn., Trnnnfercompapy lmvn lent lliclr Job becnusn they rrfuncil to work wlih whltomcn employed In tliu nniiio ciipaclty. Tho Inlrn-Miirnl rn 1 1 road nt tha World's untlMfnntory lust linn boon mntln. TI111 Hyutom Included It ml leu of track, all wlllilu tliu (.'round. Tho vUltorM iimy reach nny point of tlio exposition for onu fnrc. It In ofllclrtlly tleclnrotl that tha Ilnltlmoro flro vn caused by the stump ot a clear or cigarette, or by & mntati rftri1njm1 v thrnwn down. and pnnnlnK through n nolo In tho! sldewnlk to tho bnsnmcnt, Betting flro to Ho contcnU and tho city On tho witness stand In Kansas !e3W'S Thn Filipino at tho World's Fair Grounds nru snld to be sigh- ling for nn occasional nntlvo feast of dog meat, but can...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

vavfayayt svwa i CAR OF BUGGIES "We linvc just recuivoil a car load of RECENE-SATLEY VEHICLES "We can hIiow you tliu largest and llnust dis)lay of Vehicles that has ever heeu in Montgomery. AVc have bought these Vehicles so we can satisfy you in price and quality. SEEING IS IlEUEVING. T. H. BRITT &, SON., MONTGOMERY CITY. MO. V V V W W w w m v WW W J ewe aw v 4 '.ki MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AI'RIIi 15, 1001. Gamma. Very few pcopln In our part havo potatoes plantod. It just won't quit raining. Considerable sickness In thin community. Otto Round and lady of Fnrbar spent several days wlthliomu (oik last week. Mies Carrlo Mabry Is clerking for her undo, A. McKolvey, o( Montgomery City. Oco. Looker who hns been suffer ing with Inflamatory rhciimntiam Is slowly Improving. Dr. Klklns was called to sen the Infnnt child of Tatch Spires, who was suffering from tha whooping cough which It contracted several mouths,ago. The babe died Mon day night, Aprl 11. Dr. Wasson, tho dentist from H...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

II BUTTLE SEEMS TO BE INEVITABLE Japanese Have Landed an Manchu rlan Side of the Yalu. ARE NOW ON THE OFFENSIVE I'nlew till llii.aliin I'iiII llni U to llirlr Iremiil l.lne it llHttln 1'nil ul lit t-i-y Lmtu llrlnreit. Clio Vim, April 9. Tim .Inpaiiero nro rcirlel to linvn lindeil on tliu Man- chiirlan shlo of tho tain rK'T Jual abovn llio mouth, but below Anliing. TJicy havo nlw lanileil near Tulttl tlinn, half wny between tlio mouth of tin Yalu nml Purl Arthur. Tliln In tlin secon.l Important rlep of tin) war In effect, tlio cro'sliiR of the Hiiblnm for It pulo tlio Japanese, ilef. Inltcly on tlin offensive, ami marks tlio flint Invn.'.imi of Manclmrla. Tlic Itiitslnns went Intrenched nt An tun, .in.! probably allll lioM lli.it !oil tlon, but tlio movement of tho Jopanom Trill have tlio cffci t nt tiirnlnp; tho lank of Antunit nml may lender tlio Ituralan roKlllii.i untenable. If tho Itusslans attempt to ImM their lino ot defense on tho Yalu, n baitlo la iM'Vllilldi Tlio opinion p...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

NOT SUPERLATIVELY POOR. Znd That n Poverty-Stricken Man Wat Not Bud Enough Off tO Want Hour Ice CocVrnti wn condemning a ttr tain polul.ir iiuicl. rrUli-s life .New Yorli Intunc. 'llii novel, li1 fill, it in poor alia lnnt'n its Lima county lan J' Klrrvi county .nil very poet ml banVnV aUtl one at Mr. luckrau'a iu tcil'KUttJta. ' la itl ' uid he. "Well, 1 .iouM aajr it U. On co two Mranjiftn icxlu cm huttc back throuph 1)1 mo county, ami th liar rcntirM of tlio lant anumM them. Koth Ins but wectU ami rmkt cwryultcru. A tlicy paired a (nnnhmi they miw an olj nun uttinjr in the panic n, aii'l tlicy mMi ' ''for chap! 1'ovr, p retty ktlukvti old fellow!' ' "'I ho old man nvrt heard them, and calll out In a ah nil voii M(lont, I hain't ti roor an' poverty trkU-ti aa c think. 1 duti't own nouo o' thii land ' SKIN PURIFICATION. Cnllrnrn Hoitr. OlnlniFitt nnit ril'.a Clrnitat tlie l-SUIu ami Illooil ul Torturlni? Humor Cow plclc Trentiuent f I,ki. Tli Affnlitncr (fhlnu f.n.1 1i.it-t.tnr- . ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 15 April 1904

TV .yi.i.ii, i. ..iiv, i. ',,',('' :'t , - .ya. ' ' MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, I'lUDAV, Al'lUL, 13, 1001. WABASH TIME TABLE. West llnuiiil. f,riatn SI, (.nul. (.ran Miiitt(finf ry, Nii.l H:iit. m Hill a.rn Nu. -3illp.nl , 4l.ni p. In No. I T:l p. ni ... , .... , ViSAp. in W.i. 7-10:11 p in . m Vm llimntt lartMintronrry. Arrlrnln HI, Unil. Nip, ft II :W p. m , ItSta. m Nil I3:&!a. ni AaV)n. m Nn. tilita, n ,.7:ma, m Nil. 3"1:M i. ni ...,., S:no p. m II. t.UKMAIMV, Agent. HOMELY PHILOSOPHY. NiinT ill'l Irlloiu In ihU litre riMniriilnic wny or lltlnit: I III a 1111 In liuiirtili-r a I plml almis. Tiiirn'a I'linuriti nf irrlt f mi earlli wIiIhiuI n Mlnv In I ho liuriU'ii. Ami I've fiiun 1 1li tmiil M-tm. lUlitrr hii I lsr It Mill) It limit. it -inirM,H MamUtii rvawm iliut allnf u. liilfii lliiillilr, lint It tat,. t Lit iif iwimitt tu tiuikii tin, lii-llit I'll Jill I Ali'l It liflM III kmiw tlinl, ptmlillittf IhriiUHli tlinilatklii'i., Wn'rvi-iiiiilim iiitiruiiil nearer Itillm day, drmk m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

a ' THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. 23. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUIU, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1901. 11.00 A VHAU I AIITAttCK. Local Briefs. The Wabash depot at Wcllsvlllo is now complotcd. Miss Ethel Barker returned FrI da from a visit In Moxlco. MUi Hoso M. White apcnt sov eral days In Mexico last week. Miss ivy Ilensloy of Duel apont Sunday with Miss Lucy Nowlln Mr. Geo. P. Vogt wont to St. Irfuls Sunday for a week's visit Mrs. C. D. Kodgers of Mexico It the guest of her mother, Mra. A. II "White. Dr. and Mra. John Best of Mc Klttrlck nrn visiting relatives horo this week. W. L. Qupton has begun work on his new residence on southeast walker street. Miss Bess Dlackwcll of Wells vlllo was the guest of Miss Ora JNunnclly, Sunday. Tho combined resources of tho two banks of this city Is over a half million dollars. City marshal Shackelford now wears n lino new hat and uniform, tho Insignia of his ofllce. Tho city street sprinkling wagon Is already at work helping t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

WW THE TOTBTTNE. 'NEWS IN BUTE P. 1-l.lill.lieil ll Tin: Titini m, I'ltiMl.vi to. UOXTOOMUl'.Y, ! hisbouhi. i Tho Ilundan government hits clvro Jiollro (lint newspripir torresponderiti lining wlrtloss telegraphy will be. trial (d an spit mill tiot. President ltiiosovfll dan slttnc.1 Hit, Mil making an npproprliillcn nf (176, fum for I tin l.ewi nml Clirlt cr-posl lion lu lie held next yt-nr it Portland Ore. Albert A. Amw. former mayor r,t Mlintrnvlln. Minn., was arrested on Dm I lih, nn nn Indlt-nniil thnrglnri lum wllh nucptlng a bribe l)ei.rmbef 15, IM)l, from llewilo 1". Tim llrlllsh loriK-ilo tioat destroyer Tourer cniiimli il iInrliiK tlx inant-umi off I'lirtfinniilli nn the l.'UIi. All thi members of Ihn rrrw were saved, II II ftarnl lh irt.n l will prmr a wreck. I'nlted Stale Senator Wni. A. Clark, nf Mnnlnnn. sailed, nn llm I2lli, nn IlK Hamburg-American liner rrlurera Vic toria Ionise, for n llm nr six weeka' ctulie In I Im Mcilllcrrar.riu to rciialn hi htnllh. CctrpUitl fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

TIIETRTrXE. 1'slill.lis.t llr Tin: tiiiiii.'m: i'iiim-ind cci. rrr-g"i,r:"""ff' MONTCOMKUY. Missoum. oocooooooooooooooooooooooo His Part in I the Hold-Up 6 Dy FRANK II. SWEET o oooooooooocooooooooooooooo (Copjrltl,IM,br Hills tlCiryl'sfcO.I TIIi:iti: i a discordant, prolonged thrlek, almost at the window of the bedroom, and Molly Tetrad's cjci opened and stared blankly for it moment at the low pine celling, tucn the sprang up and dressed hurriedly. It was the first whittle of tho button factory, and In 30 minutes mora the second would come. I-'rom time to time, ns alio thrum In the Mndllnss and started them, nnd placed the coffee pot upon the stove, and fol lowed that with tho bits of meat nnd vegetables the had choppM nnd tnadc nady the night before, alio glanced upnt the clock. At the end of IS minutes she hud ready an Imprnitsed waiter of n pic tin, on which wcron bowled aoupanil l cup of hot coffee. The tin was c on cealed by n nrallv arranged napkin, With Ibis In her land the w...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

!" IS MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. PubllMhotl JSvory BVIdtiy. 1IV- TMB TKIHUNH I'RINTINa CO.. H. C. ASIinAIIfill, Editor tc Mang'r. Subscription In Advanoa. One Copy, One Year iu $1.00 llione 00. KHIDAY, Al'lUl.22, 1001. Mrc Mellaril Yates, lfe of rov crnor Ynte, l to he the chief host ess of tho Illinois World's Fnlr luilMIng, nnil will ofttclato on nil atnto occnlon. In Missouri thu governor Is 11 widower, find tho llctit.'Kovtrnor hail to resign nnd leavo thu atntu IwcnuM of illation csty. So we mul gel somo othor woman. 'Daniel J. Sully.lhi) cotton Kntn blcr enmc out hcttcr than mon of his clan", usually til. In I ho height of his fame ha bought lila wlfii ft SL'iHI.OfiO rvi"lilonce In Now York, niid K.IVO her 1000,000 In i;ooc pnylni; nccurlllri and then bought hlinx-lf nn annuity of SIO.OOO n year. Ilavlni; IIiuh thrown out hi' anchor windward, he entcuil tho Mock market, plny Inc n blull game nnil went broke. Ho hns offered to pay forty per cent of hi InilebtcilneM provided ho couhl g...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

CAR OF BUGGIES Vc have jimt received a car load of RECENE-SATLEY VEHICLES "Wo can hIiow you the largest and llncat dinnlay of Vehicles that has ever been in Montgomery. "Wis have bought these Vehicle so we can nntiufy you in jtriec and quality. SKEINCI IS IJKLIKVIXti. T. H. BRITT & SON., MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Fill DAY, AI'HIL 22, 1001. Mlddlotown Chlpa Prof, J. W. Davis hns been re flected principal ot tho Middle town publlo schools. Hcv. Jnckson Glddons hnH been ruturncil to this circuit by the M. K. conference In session nt.Mobcrly last week. The town board met Snturdny night nnd organized by electing the following onlcers: tunyor, M. K. Vrrmlllloni clerk, S. It. Sum incrton; trens., C. II. Oartmun; innrshnl, Jns. Wnlhico. Tho rcsldenco ot Thos. (Julck, near Ilnll'H store, burned Monday night. Holla Latterly nnd wife are hero from St. Louis. Holla got n foot hurt recently In street collision nnd 1h hero awaiting repairs. HBALTM IS YOUTH. Dlsonsn nnd Slcknass...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

:fftg;rlt t - MEET DISASTER Battleship I'ttropavlovak, With Nearly All on Heard, Sunk. ADMIRAL MAKAROFF DROWNED llir !rs,rl Slrurl. IIhmUii Mine Ntol 'lnriii-,1 'liirllr "Imsi l III. lltiltiH" mr.lHlfll. 1 nr. t-i : 1 1 :n 11 1 1 . trim, i :i i ,nn i M.-U11111: i.iiimi 01 r.jo 111:1:1 1111: ji'mi: rii:i:r nt-r i-iiiit .mi 1111 11 'i 111: im 11 i:sim it, 1 110. i-auih-i. iiii k im: i iin: 111.11:11 im t n 1 1: IICUI.I.II itv. I-.II, IIIIMIII II It I III Ul MMv, ni 11-11r.11 1 1 mi: ihlh or 111:11 Ilir.Vf MIMII! ml. Iiyt-M I'IMlll in 1 hi:m 1:111: ii:u, auomi unsw vt is iin: i;n iii ihki: mini., 'i 111: ri:iiiiiMvi.iiiit win; 'i in. ri.-i mnw v. imi m. ,! 1 r 11 1:0 iti vi 111 in 1 r t-iimi mx 'in n;w: ii .11 : i-iiit. iiii:ii miii: 1111: I'm Hurt. llll IM. IMIIIHlIt VI 1 m r un un mi: i:i ri:u mini 1111: n vi 1:11 ti iiii: riiniiirwi m i. i.iumi iiiii. 1 uim :h om.v iti:u riiini m:tiii in unit. 111:. in- iiiioi 111. 11. i.iitMi 111 Kit minis, iimi:ii int. rvi-.ts. Dntcn fVrll, who wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

CUIICURA PILLS Tor Conllnic nuil Cle:lnlD the DlooO la Torturing, DlaaRarlnc lluniors 00 Chooolnlc l'JIU &3e. Cutlcura Iteiolnnt puis (cbocolllo Coated) ore tho product it Unity-livo lears pr.ntlral laboratory ejnerieticc in tlio prriuuniloii of remedies fur tho trest incnt of humors of tho rLm, scalp in.l Muni. Willi lou if hair, and are confident ly bclicu-d to Iw superior to nil other blood 1 l;i ilicn-, hnweter cipen-hc. Com .Ito t-ttcrnal and internal treatment for every humor may now Iw li.nl for K-l.ro, confuting t( Cuticuia Soap to elcanw tlm Lin. uiiniM Ointment to heal the aliln, and lutKiim lt.--olv.nl Pill, to fool and clean. tin- blood. A single, set is olteu uflkicut t'j c.ure. ' uf Teller "Wlnt is oiir iiain. any w.i : ' liidiini.int I'n nk-i of lliecL "D-ui't oii ere mv eiiii.itlile" PajlliA Tiller cr. Tint's mum aroused ray tuuoity." lulltuiore Ameiicuu. ... Ifeiml rower liny Press 124.00. Grcatrtt, simplest. Ik-1 intention of the - ly can make Irsiil-ir mini ll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 22 April 1904

MONTGOHERY TfllBUNE. FRIDAY, A PHI L 22, 1001. ORDER OFPUBLICATION. iTATE OK M 1 BWHJ It I, ) mmr or MuNtouuiur. c nr In i nf Monijmim'ry, Ihvflm1vr I. ltm, miltl I'lt'MN Bllll llMii'HwIln lit 1mmII mtirf kt .ly nf Monhmirn'ry, Jh-cem1.fr I, l.m. U !. tN'liitf ri mljnurnnl trnuof tlm mfulfir ti 'luiMlitr, ihf Hlllll II. W, John WABASH TIME TABLE. Wnl liquid. Uf ft. UmU. I"" lmt itmTy. N. t.nofc. -IIsSIh. in Ka -SiUp-n 4t NAl-nwihm . .......-. ..m Ka7-l.ISnm ....! .m t It' HUH I i Mrtr.tom fif. Arrlrr In Ft. LnuU Nt)rimiMr tcnn I'Jfl. In. wit ri'lllliOF I. llMIL lt.-f.tpis 1 1 tin i -.! on. Juilci'iif IIih I ltd ludlrUI c IfwtilLiif Mia fwnirl. mid luittfnnf llm rlrvult iviurl.if I1 rounly. Mm follow J nit among nOitr hrnccnl iinu id inn uifii n.i, (jitronvr, Uillivtor of l(vinuif Mont tfiimrry county In tlm lat of HIIMlMIUrit I'Uln t Iff, Art Ion In rnforrt tat I leu. a.I.Mfc.in... Ki.ll..l i. rn-. 5(1 J-8.ttp.niM. . , ... ,ft Mr.in ..... ....T.fion, m (.tp. fti Alovantlrr viiiorn u...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. VOL. XII. NO. 29. Bight Paffcs 40 Columns. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, Al'HII, i!!, 1901. $1.00 inita5ck. Local Briefs. Miss Evelyn Slmrp of Wcllsvlllo visited Miss Lucy Nowlln last week. Miss Adah Jonos has ncceptod the position of cleric In tlio post oMco of this city. J. A. Mahcry hat moved his life Insuranco ofUca to first room oyer tho Una clothing store. Mrs. C. I). Hodgcrs of Mexico, who has bean visiting In this city, arrived homo yesterday. Miss Francis Jordan of tho Stnto Normal School at Klrksvlllo visit ed homo folks last week. Miss Annlu Davault, formerly of Joncsburg, won 825 In n St. Louis ltcpublia contest last week. Let us take orders at your house. Ml LTON Jo.nkk. J. M. llnrkcr was at Warrenton several days last week engaged In tho trial of a $5,000 land doal. T. H. Windsor, residing onomllo west of New Florence, lost week void his eighty aero farm to Dr. O. W. Mcrrltt, now of this city. K. II. Algcrmlsscn spent several daya at Illoomlngt...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 April 1904

THE TPiTBUXE. liihlLhr,l llr Tin: tiiiiii m: i'iiintimi co, Missoum. HONTaOMUHY. I An antl-trc-itlng movement Is mak ing considerable) headway In M.mlrcal, (.'nil, .MtnlTJt of llio league pledge, lliulr i-ohnui word of honor nut to ac cept nor t'i offer to others any Intoxl tnllng Il'piont in nny imUllc bar, hnU.i 'it club. OUItttBNT TOPICS. THZ HEW8 IN BRIEF. comiiii'hmiinai. ritoi:i:iiiMii. Il'ltil Session.) fln.ito Thr oi'iiiti .in tho llh. con- llmnd r(riM.tit ration nt lhi rumlry civil tipprnprlntlon Itlll. hut illl nut '-indu'to It A tiumlx r of nimr ll ItK w.re pi.'no'l during Hi- (I iy, Im .ti'llris Ui-nf uru ratify his rurc -fnni won tin Imilwi nnd Tort J4VII ) lIK HMOfl.lM llll' I MIh l.'l res rvntlnin. liTutftl r. .i llv Iv In North linkula. Hnuth Itnkutn nrnl Montana tup -Th" holl-e tli Uflt til Inn Ailmlrnl MnknrofT, who anlld down Urn Mississippi river tin tlM visit tn America, Mid Ihat It ami Cramps' ship yards worn tlix two greatest things ho miw In thin country. A f...

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. — 29 April 1904

THE TRTBJJNE. -iiltlhe.l llr Till: Tit I III M. 1-ltlNTIMI CO. MONT'JOMCr.Y, Missouri!. t AN AXGKL IN A TUNIS JI EXT HOUSE. DV It. S. KELLER. II luiil 1 Hi-il ii prctl.v hard win let- fur .Mi, llliiwn, tin little wid ow who lived uwii.v nit iimler tin' roof of tin- little tenement limine In tlie back court. Willi three mouths to Mil, not counting lier own for Him thought of tlic ehll ill en Hist coal high nnd Imrd to get, rent nnd clothing, nnd now' nnd then Home medicine, the spring brought her lint slight con nidation when hIic kuw her hint IhcdollaiM )n to the agent for the landlord. Hhe turned wearily to the idle of clothe on the table nnd xald to licrxclf: "It must he done, ho Joe can take It home when becomes from school. The ninnc.v will help in out u little. Oh, dear! 1 am ho tired" Hhe pressed her hand to her lirow before spreading out n skirt w ith line ruMIng nnd dainty trim in I nc while heroyes dimmed with 1 Ik pain that throbbed back of them. Nhe applied the hot Iron, ...

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. — 29 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Fubllhlied ISvory Krldriy. IIV - THE TKIlJUNi. PRINTING CO.. II. C. ASIIIIAUCJII, tidltor fi Manc'r. ttiibaorlntlon In Advance. Oh Copy, Ono Ycir $1.00 I'lione i)t. Kill DAY, AIMUL'JII, 1001. Tribute to a Democrat. Gen. Smith D. Atkins, editor of tlio Frccport (III.) Journal, ono of tha organizers of tho republican pnrty, anil who was a commanding llguru of thu Union nnny through tho civil war, publishes this mutter of Iilntortc Interests "Klfty-oue yearn njro It was wide ly ndverllNod that Senator Stephen A. Douglas ami Long John Went- worth would lake breakfast at thu Khurrnnn Houso In Chicago, and . 1 1- . i i 11.. I spent, a mo cuur. iiiiubu ill jiauii Senator Doltrlch, of Nebraska, In llio evening of tho sumo day. who lins been accused of booilllno; They tlld so, KilnK by roll n fow Incounoctlnn with certain appoint- 'miles west of Chleiijfo.iiiiil then by relnys of horses to Dixon. Wo listened to thoso speeches, tho first tlmo til nl wo heard Sen ator Dougl...

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