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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 29 April 1904

t t t t CAR OF BUGGIES "Ve have just received a ear load of RACINEATTLEY VEHICLES AVe can nhow you tliu largont and liuest display of Vehicles that Iiuh ever been, in Montgomery. "We have bought these Vehicles ho we can satiufy you in price and (piality. SEEING IS BELIE VI Xt!. T. H. BRITT & SON., MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FMDA.Y, AI'llILSO, 190I. (Ihlnotand Rocords. Tho mumps uro prevailing In this vicinity. Fred Koch and Ucorga Mnycr departed last Mondny lor Ocrman lown, Nebraska, to scok employ ment. Kmmlo, tho 0-ycnr-old daughter of Mr. and Mm. Henry Vanlioorcn, west of town, died Thurndny morn ing, nftcr n few days UIuusm. Tho remains wero Interred la St. Martin's Cemetery nt Starkcnburg Frldny. Dr. O. H. Haschclbach nnd Miss Mn(le Dowllng, of thin city wero married Wednesday morning In Jefferson City, Ilev. John V. Ilcndy otuclntlni;. Tho brldo Is a daugh ter of Mrs. Louisa Bowline, and Is on oof Hhlncland's most popular and nccompllsncu young mines. HEALTH ...

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. — 29 April 1904

Tha ahortailWtr out eft attack (4 Rheumatism Neuralgia or II I J UK St. Jacobs Oil Which t'tttit tvt only tur rM, tat womt't cire, ll Jhi. utiafl, M trull h tutfrln(. I'rlcv. 23c. mid 50c. FIXING PRICE OF POETRY. Tho Oolf Way of Deciding What Uit Ileal Arttclt for Magailna Uaa la. Tha great nuir.iiii.o litor hm wrappM In HiMiiilit nivt rtttir nimike. Ti him 4iii an AMMunt flilur with a (mwiu. rt-UU' Hit t'htr.iffo 1'iwt 'Tint Mi'iim tu lure iict th um.U teat." mi1 tin nut.ntt. "Mif I iiMl it?" a-kr.1 the i-litur. "Va4 1 a hid nuke ai)thiDii tf it!" 'Nm. 'i l.fii atujit It, uf niiuw." "Hut Ihiht in iti li h'itl wt iy fur ll!" ftiF.it nlii-tr imrfsunl i lie tlnU'l uf tltotutlit 4i in I tig.ir miiokr "IUe )ou ten. I it T" lie aik, tt Ut. ' v." "Wud )uu aMe tu iiinku aiotii.tm out "Xn.M "lMikf it (f It lilUM I t'Mtl) tftllialtU, tlwvii't it? I I'm umii) t't our niaiiiiMiiiit 'Stl" "Cwltl anv 'tf then, mike nut wlut tha wa ilmiitit air" 'Vttl, UitnitMtii thought he gut a lilim IllVflllgt...

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. — 29 April 1904

HOSPITALSECRETS. A Nurso Says : " Pc-ru-na Is a Tonio of Efficiency." MRS. KATI! TAYLOR. Airs. Kate Taylor, a graduated nurse ol prominence, gives her ex perlence I'eruaa In an open letter, Her position In society and professional Handing combine to give apeclal prominence to her utterances. CUICAnO, ILL. i 4S7 Monroo Ht. " A farna I linvoobscrvcd reruns l tbo Illicit touts any inun or woman can uo wlio I wink Inm tho aftct cfTcelaiifuiiy serious Illness. "I liaro Main It nted In a number ut convalescent cast-a. mid linto hmi lev rral ntlu r tonlct used, liut 1 found Hint those. wIiiiumiI lVruna liat) thenillckeit rvllrf. "Perunn teems to restore vitality. Increase bodily vigor and renew health and strength In a wonderfully short time." MRS. KA7H TAYLOR. In view nf tin) Ln-al multitude ul women milTcrlnL f nun somo form of ft luatu illviiso mill J i t unable to llndmiy cure, llr. lliirtiuaii. the rennwnril spe cialist on female cntnrrlinlillscnsea. Inn announced Ills wlllliiL-ucs'i ...

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. — 29 April 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FIIIDAY, AI'KIIjSM, 1001. Public School Graduations. ! Notes Prom the School. Last week closed nrery pleasant and tirolltablo year's work In the history of our schools. Twcnty- flvc pu pile completed tho grammar course and seven the high school. Promotion from grade to grade has by no means corresponded mathematical precision to the (lUAMMAIl SCIIOOU Tho WOI tirnmmiirschool urndu lion exercises took pluco at I number pursuing a subject, Uie opera houso last Thursday We hare encouraged thorough cvenlnc;. Tho nudlcnco was largo nosH In every department and haro mid appreciative, tho exercises tried to insplro our pupils with a faultless and won the applauso of love of truth for the truth's aako all nrcscnt. The people of Mont-Ins thn highest Incentive to study, uomcry City hnvo good cause to I Tho teachers as a body have feel oroud of this school. Prof, zealously labored, as In the past llupe Is certainly tho right man for to mako each year's work tho best tho tilr...

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. — 6 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. no. :w. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY (i, 1901. $I.W N AWTAMCK. Loca Briefs. Dr. Carter o( Macon wns n visitor In town last Friday nnd Saturdny. Fresh bread, pics and cakes re ceived dally at Barloy's. Saturday of tills wuclc will bo democratic primary election day In this county. Fred. Mottashod, tho popular young clar maker, visited his best girl In St. Louts last Sunday. Miss Kathryn Bludos of Mlneola was tho guest of friends hero last wcok. ltemombcr tho old stand for wcet potato and cnbbago plants, t J. A. Henderson's north of court house. At Truxton last Sunday tho baso ball contest between Hclltlower and that place resulted 1H to 0 In favor of Truxton. Dr. C. F. Elklns of (Jamma has been appointed examining surgeon on tho pension board at Wcllsvlllc, Mo., to succeed Dr. O. I?. Muns. When In Montgomery City don't forget that you can get tho very best products of photography by our now artist, J. D. Williamson. Tho ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 May 1904

TJTE TRIBUNE. I'lltilLhrd Mr Till! Till 111 Mi I'lllMTINfl CO. MosTiiOMintv. ":" Missouri!. rirn rompanl"a wero forbidden by etiquette to enter till royal grojnda when llio Ifwia pahre at Seoul was biirnrd, Thta rorrrsponda with tho mory nf the girl In n boat who let ft swimmer druwn because iho wns o modest. WORLD'S FAIR GATES ARE OPENED WIDE Consummation of an Event Four Years In Preparation. ALL OF ST. LOUIS WAS THERE Tim nrrhnl of Iho ICTpedu-hoat flo tilla nt .Manila dcmonslrntos that theso fighting rrnfl nro capable of Inns rat voyages. Tin- flotilla left Hampton lloads December 12 lout nml completed the Ili.WK) mile Joirn'y April 1 1, "ready for action." Senator Nelson, of MlniKrota, In tits I'liate I lm oihcr 'lay. In a heated do. hair, used n ponillir word. Whether It was profane or not dcpnda wholly upon llio way It la spelled. It ran Lo truly mid Unit n broken dam la pro voking, to My iho least. wirnlesn telegraphy Is under nu- pli Ion. ltusshi haa d'eldcd In In at all en...

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. — 6 May 1904

HIS FINAL PLEA- Mr. BHYAN "Ilejtct Me If You Will, Madam, But Don't Tutn Awny These Poor Orphans." BRYAN PROTESTS IN VAIN. Nebraska Man Will Have No Hand In the Making of the Dem ocratic rittforin. It la manifestly Imposlblc to wrlto a democratic platform whlfh meets with general party approval, The dccltra tlim of principle put forth by thi New York democratic stale contention Is condemned by lloiirho Cochran, talking In behalf of Tammany, at "a platform of platltudei." It It not quite satsfac tory to souio of tlio warm lupportera of Judge Parker, because It does not In dorso the void standard and dnra not deal w Itli the Philippine question as the nntl-lmpcrlalht wiili to hae It dealt with. Thcsvi crlllclima are mild whin compared with thoicof Mr.Ilryan.That gentleman, who rlalius to he tlm only au thorized exponent of democratic prln clnles. says that the platform Is "am blciious, uncertain, evasive and dlshon nt " He snya that It Is the work of "cowardly democrats." whoso only a...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, rubllnhed ISvury Krldny. MY THE TKIBUNfJ I'KINTINfl CO. II. C. ASMBAIIOII, Editor & Manc'r. Uub.arlptlon In Advance Ont Copy. One Year . $1.00 FARMERS I'hone 06. FIUIMY, MAY 0, 1001. The l)UIcr who lilew tho lait cnll nt tlin battle ot Appomattox on the Confederate side died nt New Orleans the other dny. For A II mo nn Inmntu ot tho Soldiers' Home, ho left Hint Inrtltutlon n noon nn tin was nolo to make llvlnir for hlrnncH. Thn lap thnt were sounded over I1I11 jjrnvo com mcmorated n rcnl hero. A DEMOCKATS OPINION. Ic was wrong In Oovcrngrpock' cry to assume thnt boodllng hasn't cost tho people anything, says the Colo County Dcmocrnt, remarking upon lorae of tho efforts by the Governor of Into to explain him- elf out of a baa predicament Truo enough, they dld'nt tnko tho money out of the state treasury, that'11 tho only difference. Kvcry dollar that Is expended for political corruption comes out of thn pocket of tho people. Oov crnor Docltcry snya tho boodlers...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 6 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, MAY 0, JOOt. 1 Price's Branch. Lewis Barnes and family of High IIIII wore, the guests of W. M. Haley and (amity Sunday. Mrs. Seymoro Edwards formerly of this place, but of Into years a resident of Colorado, accompanied by her two small children Is visit ing friends nnd relatives In this community. One of our bacholors, wo do not llko to call him old, and yet you couldn't hardly call him young, was seen driving out In his "war paint" Sunday. Thrro seems to bo a fair prospect of his becoming & benedict In tho near future Dr. Douglas Wyatt is visiting homofolks. I. M. Whitman nnd family were tho guests of K. K. Phillips and family Saturday. Mr. Hud Harding and family were visiting friends In Montgom ery City Saturday and Sunday. HERDING Will overcome Indigestion nnd dyspepsia; regulate tho bowls and euro liver and kidney complaints. It Is tho best blood enrlchor nnd Invlgorntor In tho world. It Is fiurcly vegetable, perfectly harm ess, and should you be ...

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

K'hawklng and Spitting, Dropping Into tlioThroat, Foul Drcath, THROUGH0 THE BLOOD (lly llotanlc Wood Halm (U. U. It.) o rnovt: it, h impm; ar.NT mikis, ItounY tl'mltli'm J. 11,11,1 !t furrl In ty ivkJ wf Mtirt tl J1 Kithr 1ftrl-r rwnMiil, II, M M.ki HM 4rU t lUafulcUrfhil lotunlnthl,wvt M. h ciuttt (I tpmptmntt al Tli rnltlfl t,,'t WtiiM MI.ViVtiv.fMii t-fMh t'ltrffh,nl knM tbr "nTi.h.lnM-M f . imi!tti t.pil4f tliUf. f'U'iMnen! oflh Vt rf ih nut flw i.ntf ii tl imrll.uvrri ,f th mh out mm' t4f m lMtitrir, filttPf bp img rrp l"Cr ., fcl II no : Hi B, liflt I tail, 11 run 4ion,rnVfllf(4t(fi'rtirviif tJ,ri. Il'ttjnh- HoJlttlnIMIM,lffrrrlti wif iittnufhftn Wul te4 ni -o, ni-riii H rMMiM fn tint umiili In jy. ptr ntivn'V fwtnvrvy ty.np' m anj ihvi nattM 4 rt.t c II, It II. Mnt i fl"J of ti 1ii'if 1 ittrrt 1 ll ffr tcl tiM, rUni 4, mill w fthmgin juti ) ii i nttJtJ. Oulnfu, Rlnalft') In thi Can. Mead Noliat . Vvf ll c i.f fni Ar f itnJ ty Ctirftil t tty rUftll dtfm't li''ippin V. jKlton r...

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. — 6 May 1904

CULTURE OF HORSERADISH. How to Obtain the Best JUiults with n Crop Tint Always Is a Stadjr Seller. llcnerailltti Is grown Irom sets ci cuttings planted In I ho irlnR In rows two ami a half to thrro font apart. The gardeners here usually plant between row a of early beets and eabbaKC. I should prefer planting by Itself If pos sible, as better rare ran bo Riven earlier In the season. The soli should be Just what you would select for kooI pnrsnlps or carrots; a deep mellow toll fairly well enriched with Rood stablq manure plowed In. The sets nro thi side roots of the plant, usually from the site of n lead pencil up to nearly as large nxaln. Thisa aro cut In lengths of about five Id six Inches, sad True, to Ills friends. 1 J J yn inmtr 10 an nun'ruscim-m iur ! cliool assistant 'iaalile el IMcMiiy Ilia classics fur as Homer and irsil" Inukrs one ol the licst stone in the IK'atl tl llritor rwtnt book, "Odds and r.ndi." ' Pir. Ill Sli.wrr inn, "Hll indents to tho advertlieuKDt lu the Tunes...

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. — 6 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Kill DAY, MAY 0, 1001. WADASH TIME TABLE. Wnl Ibimiil. Ia Hit lill.. Uav Mnntjp.m.ry. No. 4 O.Oi fi. if Hill it, m Hi. tilt i. in . 4l p. in Nn. I 7;3Di. til .. . :10i. in Kit T-1J.I1 plii .. , I Jlt7 . ni Kat IIhiiikI l.avp MunlinmiiTjr. ArrlrnlnHt. Null. Nn.(ll!ap. lit IsMs. i Nil. . in ,4'Mn, tn No, U-(:W. m . 7;i in hn.3l;Up. it umip.ni II. I. Cahjuhav. Airianl. Ilnwcs Withdraws, linn. Hurry II. Hawcs, candidate lor the democratic nomlnntlon for governor, In nn open letter Issued Wednesday of last week an nounced thnt ho would no longer content counties In the slato with Mr. Folk. IIu says, however, thnt he Intends to have his nnmo pre ttcntcd to the stnlo convention, and that ho expects his delegation from fit. Louis to volo Tor htm. In the letter ho grudgingly ad- nl (hot ho has realized tho Tutlllly of trying to bent tho people, nnd refers to the content III Mississippi nim jcnersun counties, whero Folk overwhelmed him. Ho f ay H nlao.that Folk Is nn Imagi...

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. — 13 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. HI. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY IB, 1901. SI m ...A V WAR "1 " " IN AHVA.NCK. Local Briefs. Miss Alma Muns left hero Wed nesday for Pueblo, Colo., to spend the summer. Miss Nellie Cooch of St. Louis accompanied by Mr. Harry of that place, Tlsltcd her sister Myrtle a few day last week. Mrs. Dora MoDanlcld and tho two Misses Powell of New Florence wcro shopping hero Monday. Baptist church Sunday, at 11 a. m. Subject: "Tho church's place In the community )" evening, 8 o clock , sermon to young people Win. Banks, a young colored man formerly of this city, has been appointed n government Inspector on tho World's Fair grounds. Tako your laundry to Fuller's. Excellent work, gloss or domestic finish, and wo will deliver and col lect, If you will leave word at tho uook store Mrs. Geo. Qrcaslcy, of St. Louis, who was formerly Miss Mario DulTy of this place, Is tho proud lino girl, borp Men day, May Oth. When In town and hung...

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. — 13 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE. ruhiuimi nr tiii: thiiii'.m: i-iiintimo co. MnsTorninitv. t mibsoiiki. A sucrei-sful method of making wood proof against I Kith rlra and decay Is I Ing Introduced In Germany, Tha cells of tbo Umber nro emptied of air In a vacuum end MM with sulphate and borate of ammonia. Step ant being taken to derclop val uable flf-iHMlt of fullers' earth, near llculati, Col, Tha fow deposit of this substance already located In the Cen tennial Mate are. (aid to bo among tin punwt to bo found anywhere la tit world. The telephono waa used recently fot the first time In tho history of the Ito man Catholic church by Ha supreme, pontiff, at the ratlcan, when I'opa Plus X 'phoned via "long distance" to Venice, 3(0 miles nwny, and ho talked with Montlgnor Cuvsllarl, whom In had Just appointed patriarch of that ice. It la a good thing for the notorious (nil weevil, not In mention other sim ilar pruts, that they did not become notorious at an earlier date, or they would hare certainly found th...

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. — 13 May 1904

A LARGE ORDER FOR JUDGE' PARKER. "The Judge's Friends Oo So Far as to Bity lie Will Bring Cleveland nml Dryau Together." Walter Wellman. THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Some Ktnoni Why the Republican Farty la Stronger Than Ever Among the Feople. The democrats charge that the repub lican!. In nroooilng to coniolldate the four terrltorlt Into two Hatn.aro actu ated by pnrtlf an and sectional motlvci, and that they want lo nlnlnilze the In fluence of the Kelt and the southwest In the citadel of federal power, tlo United States senate." This Is the lau. KUiiic of tbo democratic report against the hill pasted by Iho home to admit Oklahoma and tho Indian territory Jointly as the itnto of OMahoma, and to let lu Arltona and New Mexico to gcther as the state of Arizona. Tbo (same lsngujco was repeated by many of the democrats In their iercbcs agalust the bill. The hill had tho solid aupport of tho rrpublltana and tbu lolld opposition of the, democrats. It Is mid to ho tho purpose of the democrats to ...

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. — 13 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, Publlnliud ISvury Krlduy. HY THK TKIHUNI! IRINTIN(I CO.. It. C. ASIinAIIGII, UJItor il Mane'r. Bubtorlptlon In Advanoa. One Copy, One Ycnr ... $1.00 I'Mono t, I'HIDAY, MAY 13, 1001. 1 Clrnml Army poittx mid Sons of Veteran camps tlirouKliont tho ccnlrnl stiilon urn fixing on Memo - rial Hutidny, Mny , fur tho ceio brntlon o( Dccoratlim D.iy, which In nclunllty fulls upon tins follow ing day. Its uspoclal illness Is 0110 consideration for this action, nml tho fuel that Mny .TJ Is to bo observed with 11 cotoliratlon of wurlil-wlilu scopu In HI. Louis Is another renson. Montgomery I'ost lms nccepteil Invitation from tho tlonernl Mvmorlnl Day Commlttco, whom lienilipinrtors nro nt U'.'l Chflstnut street, St. Louts, to nt toml nml lako unit. Hevoral comrades from this county will attend. There wilt bo a short parade, freo admission to tho World's I'alr mid to tho Kosllvnl Kail, wheru iiirii known nil over tho kMk wiH sputk. Special rates will bo mado on tho railroads....

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. — 13 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1001. Now Florence Loadors. J. N. Parson, uast of town, Is putting up n palatini residence. Montgomery carpenters aro dolnp; tho work. J. T. Nunnolly nnd family aro happily domiciled In their now homo north of town. Tuesday -evening a number of tho Young .People's Ululo Class of tho Metho dist Church called on tho Misses -Nunncllcy, to get acquainted nnd extend them a wclcomo to our ttfwn and community. John Coflman has sold his farm -cast of town to Ocoro 11. Steven son and V. K. Anderson of Iowa for $11.00 per acre. Halloy of Montgomery negotiated tho trado. Mr. ColTman only sold tho 200 acre homo place, reserving tho bO ncrcs In tho timber. Possession will bo given next March. EXPOSURE To cold draughts of air, to keen and cutting winds, sudden chingcs of trmjicritturo, scanty clothing, unduo cxposuro nf tho throat and neck after public speaking nnd singing, bring on coughs mid -colds, Ilnllnrd'a Ilorchound Syrup Is tho best euro. Mrs. A. liiirr...

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. — 13 May 1904

J. EI' r '5. i THE INVESTMENT OF PORT ARTHUR Japanese Have Landed On the Lino Tung Peninsula. PORT ARTHUR IS ISOLATED lrrmr Alrtlrrl nml I'rlnrt flnrta llrllrril III llnrlilli, TnkllK All liiipiirlnni Dnriiniriit, Moiir Nitil rlrlit Ifinti M'AMIIMI'IOX, tlAV T.TIIi: hTATH iini'.tirrur.vr ham iti:ci:i vi:i a l'lll.i:illAM I'HIMI IMTIIII MI'ATI'.t MIMtllllt lilllMinl, AT TOKIH, iiim'iiimimi ' tin : iici'our III' Hill l.t.MIIMI III' Tllll JI'A- util i 'i mi i.mii n.tti ri'MM i.s, AIIIIIT I'llllTV JIM. I'.S Alllltl! I'llll'l' AIITIII II. Till! LOCATION At IIIVI. it tiii: ji'm:i: ihh'a'uti i Ki-i-rii.tr. Tint ii tiii: vtitiiow utr rmvr u 'i in: i'i:miia ami, ron:ii i:ti.v. Tin: sum j i : 1 1 , tiii: utti.iiiisii it i'iit'. th'ai.i.v i.ohiii mi tiii: iiivr n:vr ui' I'uirr aiitiii it imn mi ni. . m. rrifrKiMim. iinr it niin p. i,i. llti tlrlnllw .if ll.i JiiiHiirr IrtnillMtc ml I'lLrttn linst- jlil lirrtl rrrrllnt III III. wriirrnl MI. I'riim iMr.iriiin IIiim lirmiwlil lit I'nrl Arlliur lr...

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. — 13 May 1904

War Strategy. Eomt ont waa thnwin the rliltov amum! the RTcat nay ynnl. "lftit whew lhe Itottling department P ultml the viiltor. "Tho bottling departmentr echoed the tamrt In purprw. "Ye. tlie iwMlctn navien are alwuj-a int tiiog up imc thing CLicagj Daily Xw Unlucky. lutitlher Your book la fine tip to the MTrnleenth chapter. After that It i mere dmrl. Author Sir, It la my mUforlune, not my fault. Jul a 1 waa I kk inning the eentifntli chapter, I discovered, quit ftccrilc u tally, what 1 waa driving at, 1'uck. Half Time In Bed. Mount llor, Ky., May 0. The reconlt of medicine in thia atata do not contain a more in treating and instructive caie limn lliat of Mri. Lulle -Jacolia. of Mount Hor. Mra. JtuoW telle the particulara of her cae an follow i "For aiz year T had to keep to mr tied half the time. When I did Ret up 1 waa not able to walk atruna the hou without jut Kpinj for breath. 1 had Kl-lney Trouble In the wortt form, in fact. I waa a total wreck. It pained me fearfully to uri...

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. — 13 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, MAY 13, mi. WABASH TIME TABLE. Vtmi lioiirvl, LravrM. tml. Iiif MmtfftM(Vryt W.3 0:ftt. in ... 11:21 a, m No. 0 Silt i.iiK,MM ....... w.l:Mp.iii Nik I 7:.Vp. mt -t ... ,...fii p. 111 N.i. 7-lff :11pm, Ui47.ni Knt ImiimI, lar Mmitiromry. Arrlrn In lt. IjOuU Mo, e 11:31 . rn 1;V)rt. hi Nn, 43:l?a. m., '50. m No. I!4i4!. m. .........,, TiOO. m Nk3t:U p. m ,...,, fl.ot) p. m H.UC'iiiNAiuir, Arrnt, BELLFLOWER. A Voung, Growing ni lieautl lul Town of Montgomery County, Webster's Dictionary describes llio llellllower as "A plant of KcnUK, 10 named from Its hell Imped flower. A bonutlful flower." Tha pcoplu of Missouri point to Hcllllowcr a ono of thn prettiest and mod promising llttlo towns In tho state, situated In Montgomery county some ten mltt'H east of Montgomery City. Thn population of thu town In now nbout 'iO souls, but It U growing rapidly, and In dotted o'er with now houcn. A branch of tho Durllngton nnd tho Chicago & Alton railroads linn Just been...

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