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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Pages 10 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. .82. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1901. $1.00 in AhfStsCK. A CITY OP REM1N1SCENSES. Tho mod Interesting place wo saw In n short stroll Inst Sun day nltcrnoon wns Montgomery City cemetery. With Its beautiful Krassy hillside, llttlo brook, trees and shrubbery of varied kinds and sizes; vaults, monuments and tombstones of different doslgns and colors, soma dating back to 1800, and others so nearly effneed by lime and weather as to mnkn them almost unreadable.- ns they stand llko sentinels gunrdlng this city of tho doad. Then tho Innumerable flowers, cholco In their colors and fragrant with perfumes ;a song birds among tho trees and In tho air, nil seeming to via with each other In ono grand chorus. And tho sun shono so bright and warm, tho breezes wafted so gently and all was still, save tho ringing of a church bell halt n mile distant. Was anything moro delightful. Then to think ofjlie human forms thcro burled so ...

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. — 20 May 1904

1 Iv ,f '- ..74 , ' If. If. .'1 &XL: fr THE TRIBUNE. l'ointied Hr Tin: tiiiiwm: i'iuntimi ro. MON'TCiOMKItY. t " missouni. CHINESE ATTACK In recommending that Urn Missouri mule belonging In thu city bo In sured, Street Commissioner Varrrl innnn, of at. liuls, ofTer n suggrntlon la owner of dog. Tlio Uorrutcii will remain In Ht. liuls Hevoriil months. Tho French gnveramonf In Algeria propose In establish n woman doctor In overy vlllsgn whom tha natlra Impulntlon In large enough, tha natlvo women being prevented by Ihclr nodal customs (rum consulting mala physicians. Civil Officials Barely Escape From Troops at Port Adams, REPORT JAP SHIP DAMAGED M Clauilo Watnoy. a Lnndoi woman, ha broken all fcmlnlno no iinla by refusing to pay for a minia ture because It make her look too lining. Tho minimum wa dono by a well known artist, who was to rocolva $!,(K)0 for tho work. That the Japanewt love Japan la cr! denced by I ho fart that only 123,971 of Ihn mikado subjects reside abroad, 7 ti...

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. — 20 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE. l'ulill.t.r,! Ilr tiii: tiiiiiim-: i'iiintisii co, HONTOOMHUV,- I MISSOtmi. JiliAP YEAR IMiOPOSAL BY J. L. QLOVEH. "What on oiirthlsiiltthls?"snld Ilnlph Kveriird, survc.vInK with lively curiosity Hie mlsslvo wlilch llllll JllKt leached lilm. It WHS it sheet of parchment paper on which wild Inscrllicd In old Kiif;-ll-h lettcts: ''From ye I'nlre Ladies of jel'ry. dnje Kvciiyiip- Cluhhe to ,ie ltijiht Worthy mid Honorable Itiilph Kvcrnnl, 1:hi. UrwtliiK: 'You urc hereby .bidden to nt ti'iiil ye I.cnp Yen re (lntheryii;e nt ye dwcllynne of jc worshipful dame, Kllzahcth Carroll, on ye cveiiynne of je twenty-ninth of February, nt eifiht of je clnckc." "What in that jou are puzzling over''' asked his sister, cumlni,' Into the room and looking over his idioiihlcr. "This Invitation; 1 suppose you know aomelhinn of It. You hiiiK to the l-'rhhiv cliilt. What Is ItV" "Why, K'm a Ixap Year party. .Iiixl wait and see," she answered. "It's a pat up Job. f know you liirls nri' up to s...

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. — 20 May 1904

Published 15vory Friday. nv TUB TKII1UNK PRINTINO CO.. II, C. ASIinAtir.il, Editor & Mang'r. Hubtorlptton In Advance. One Copy, One Year Ji.oo I'lmne oft. Fltl!.AY, .MAY 20, 1001. WHO PAYS THE PENSIONS. I rnulnL' pullllcs novcr mnkes trnilo Rrow, novor build sl.lownlks, ,n(,lT,llunl pnId ptH rntn Ono of tho greatest mistakes Ihnt many people o( this country make, mid especially about gonrr at election time, Is tolmaj,'lno that they liavo lo pay directly out of their pockets for all tho czpcnsoB of the national government, when In fact a largo sharo of them don't have to pay ono cent. Tho gov ernment collects ovcry year Indi rectly about six hundred millions of ilollarH to pny Its running ex jiuh'ch, This Is an an Immensu sum nnd If It was collected direct ly from the Individuals and each CITY MEAT MARKET O'DONNELL & WIRAG, Proprietors. Railroad Street, Near St. Louis Store. Moiitgotnury City, ----- - - Missouri. Tho placo to buy thn boat MEA.TS and plenty of It, Is at tho ME...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, MA.Y'20, 1001. Hazol Doll. T. D. Uptegrovo has added very much to tho looks ns well ns tho comfort of his houso by putting an addition to tho south part. Ho has also recovered his barn. Wm. Maupln lost his lino two- year old Carnegie mate last Satur- cok. day ol illstcmpcr. Alfred Davidson of Big Spring, Mrs. Clnud Duonkcl of near I vt.t.n,i w., finturdnv nnd Kim. Mt. Ploasant. Rev. J. B. Watson of Mexico, filled his appointment hero Satur day and Sunday. Wllraot Palmer of St. Louis spent Sunday with his parents at this place. Miss Lcona Wllltkan, returned homo Saturday from a two weeks visit at Big Spring. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Whcclor vis ited their daughter Mrs. W. V. Patterson near Montgomery last W. O. SAILOR, MONTGOMERY CITY, MO. visltod houicfolks day. Montgomery oaiuruoy. I jtlss Julia Sharp, who hns been Tho MIddlctown-Ilucll telephone ; qllIt glck , rcporlcj much better, lino No. 1, Is now In operation, 0scar i)nvlti80n nnA wfo Tittcd nearly every...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 May 1904

fto Doubt of It "flUnk't wife IhinU ha'a a crack ahot en hi hunting expeditions," mm ht friend, "Imt the truth U, fir couldn't hit duck it it wouM mt up and pt fur him. You ace, ltc'n a Khctnrr -he ran atford to lie, with tlmt homut fao of Mi. Out it camp he jnt loafa around all the (fine, anil then mi the war home he atop at the market t'Uji a Kig of name, and presents tt to hi wifo a a wmvtnir of the hunt." "Ilmt" rnuuil fh other; 'liQ'a what you'd rail a ilp.i'l Kino ptt, iia't hat" Detroit 'rr Pre. West Virginia Aroused. Itftlrrtf, V. V., May 10 - Many Inter. citing dlM-mrtic oie twin nmdo ami many wonderful rurc trportrd recently. 1ml nothing ha liwnwtn ir heard t( in thi atale to rqnil the wonderful work vt a remedy railed J)ld'ii Kidney I'lHn, ihc people ate trry rnthutiaiitlc about it, for It Krmn tint there it no raid Hut this uenderful mrdicitto can not cure. Among nutty -tuc reported that of Mr. John U Ash, of tin place, fa con picuuiw for it cnmpletcnri. Mr. And wna a (t...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 May 1904

CHEAP DAIRY FARM BARN. tt Affords Shelter for Horses as Well na for a Goodly Number of Other Animals. t submit to rou my plan of a reason all) cheap barn, although It li not ex clusively a cow, barn. Tbero la room for ten head of horses and ono bull. I would rather keep the bull on tblailde of the barn than with the cows, be li sot as restless. The loulli side la exclu alrcly for tho cowa and calves. I have room for six cowa and six cakes, but the room Is large enough' for ten calves. The cow stalls could alto be made mail er to accommodate one more cow. Tbey are now four feet eight Inches wide, which Is too wide, as the cows can turn around In tbem. 1 think four feet amplj MM itafet . INM 1 --TrUli 1 1 1 na i Tt.AN Of HAI1IY Il.MtN. Mo enough for any row. I have a racl In front of the cowa with a feed trough extending tho enllra length of the rack, en as to catch all hay the cows pull through the rack. 1 alto fcedl'ielr grain In this trough. Tho rows are locked In Ihelr respective ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 20 May 1904

J. MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE : ) a t 1 i i ltV-3 .I I'- ill If f J 1 FniDAY, MAY 20, 1901. WABASH TIME TABLE. Wmt lloun.1. Lcsto Hi. fsiuK, Navu Mintimiry. No.l-:i, u Ili3lii.ni No. -3:lt . til.,.,., -.,....... lilwp.ni Wo.1 7:J0p. m ... , ., .....v:Mp.in H.vJ-IOilJpiu 11: 17 a. In jil llminil. lon Mfintrmm-rjr. Arrlm In hi. Lonl Nii.6ll:l. m,, I(.'iOi. in No. 4-J:M . in. ,. , a, in Mu. Ilt.l9a, in 7:a in tin. 31:41 p. m, , M li. no p, m II. CCmsiiM. AKi'iit, RATIJS AND VRKS AT Tim WORLD'S I'AIK. Within llio grounds, pcoplo can Rot nil the city water they want iron of charge. Ily dropping n penny In any of tlio water clot machines you enn Cut a ilrlnk of mineral water. Thnru urn nlsu numerous water ktands, at wlilch young Indies will Harm you for .'I cents a glass, but If you do not dcslro to pay for water Just go to tho city supply place. Unit of thrjlnvntorlcs and toilet rooms nro frcoj tho other half furnish sonp and towels for which 5 cents nro charged. Checking xtu iiiIh nt vnrlous po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight Paes 40 Columns. VOL. XII. NO. u:i. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOUW, FItlDAY, MAY 27, 1901. $1.00 A VRAIt IN APVAMHC. CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF. Mil Kihtohi Vnu will ilrM Hnnounm ln)f nun n armidlilsti. fur Mn'rtlTiif Mnnlirom rty Ciimljr, ulijn-t In aim ilrrUInn f ll" lU'puMU'nn Omnly Conu'iilliin. druse lliTHKt. JOHN J, klilp, licrcliy ittimmnri-t lilnwolf its 11 mil' cllilatu fur ClurllT o(, Mnnlminirrjr Oiuinly, ulJrrl li I ha ilrHnlnii "I llio IleiinMlonn County Cinrviilloti. FOR COLLECTOR OIWTAVB ITT.NKII. lif I'niltlo Imrn.lilu, Iirrrliy Httnuanrf lilnihclf n n riindtiluli for Onlltrlnrnf Mmitrrnnery Ounly, snliju'l In tlio (lti-UInn uf llin Itrpulillrsii County INm ventlmi, FOR ASSESSOR. F.I i. M'KAII. of MinilK'imcrr limiulilp. Iicrt-ltjr nnitiiuna-t hlmtflf mm ii rnmlliUtt. fur AftMUMirnf Monlrniiu-ry County, mltijivt li tlHiilivUlnnnf tlio IlFpulillcun County Om- fl-lllllNI. publish It? Wo can tell you why. Simply became It was a political sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE. l-nhlMiril Mr TIIKTIllltl.'NK rillNTINO CO. MONTCOMUItV. Missouri. "'Go went, young man,' and don't rail In Hop In St. Iuils." In (lie way la which Leslie's Weekly nmenda the fa mous saying of Hoioio (Ircclcy. No itoubl I ho wlde-nwnke young men ul (he cast will tutept ll:l good advise. Canadians nrn (tailoring for a voire In tin1 election uf iholr next governor general. It la Ihv fun of Ijclnn tlm tvholi thing that Induces mi many of our neighbor across the border to eml crate to the United statin. Japan ha laught the mltltnry bu reau nf the wnrl I that a war (an he vigorously puthed e.n n mlnliniim of bulletins, There may be ionic-thing In tho lelen that a ht.llplln, widely dls icmlnnlcd, romctlnus docn innro liarui than a elosen sploj. It la snld the HI. Ijiula exposition au thorities Iiaro firnnl It necessary tn liavo a sirloa nf rlpna painted to bi pealed li the Flllmno village, rcadlmt "Keep Your HhlrH On!" The lltlta brown, hmthera lim't wear much, ht( even this ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

a. f How Mattie Followed the Flag By CUSA ARMSTRONO BENOOUGH SllH. WILSON straightened herself, wiping the per spiration from her face,' then leaning on the fence surrounding the next lot watched Sir 1. Hubbard nt work. "Putting a wreath on old Cap'n Miller's crave, aln t you?" the said. "Lemme ate," tho peered at the date on tho monument, "he died In 'SO, didn't he?" "Yei; Decoration day. t always put a wreath here. Ha was Mr. Hub lard'f oM Cap'n, you know. Mri. Wilson nodded. "I always liked htm. I used to put a speclsl pie In my basket every year for tho Cap'n he said It would not seem like Decoration day without It. When wo came back from tho wot this yoar. It didn't seem hardly worth while mak ing pie when he was cone. Have you seen his grandson that was In Cuba? Mattie I.cwli, I remember, was mad about lilm enlisting Just when they wero ready to Ret married. Hut Oram told my husband ho Just had to ') when soldiers wtro necdedl" Mrs. Hubbard stopped using her handkerchief as a ...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

MOOT lJutillHiod ISVory Krlduy. MY TH 11 TKIUUNU PHINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIIiAUOl'l, EJIIor ft Mang'r. Subscription In Advance. One Copy, One Veer. $1.00 I'none oft. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 11)01. Tho earlier reports Ihnt tho Japs havo' sulTcrcd a loss of many thousands In their effort to cnp turo I'ott Arthur, has finally dwindled down to a fuw hundreds, with tho Japs still after It. Knm Cook If willing to run on a Folk ticket, thotiKh ho tried hU utmost to defent Folk's nomlnn llon. Hut 11 report Is out Ihnt Folk will not neccpt n nomlnntlon as governor with Cook, whom ho ex posed before t grand Jury , 08 ft Hldo partner. Thin Interesting problem will bo held for further observation. And tho report has been mndo ptibllo by congressman Vnndlvcr, who In Mr. Folk's statu manage r. At the twenty-third nnminl Mis souri RnciiinpniRiit of 0. A. It., held nt Lexington Inst week, tho following cillleerH were rhonen for tho enduing yean Jem T. Dow of Kiihum City, eommnndors J. V. Martin of llrooklle...

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. — 27 May 1904

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1901. Now Hopoand Union Qrovo. llov. I'atmcr of Mlncola filled hli regular appointment at New Hope, Sunday. Stephen Olllvcr lsqulto sick this week. Mlai Fny Luck of Montgomery City was tho guest of Miss Lcla Karnes last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jako Moran of Lantham, 111., Is tho guest of relatives hero. Mrs. Mattlo Oliver of this place has been at tho bcdsldo of her mother, Mrs. Qeorgo Sailor, of Montgomery City, who has been seriously 111 for tho pnst week. Miss Sclma Willi was tho guest of her sinter, Mrs. Kuimetl Oliver, last Monday. Floyd Wright who has beon at C. L. Ilodgers' for tho past two months, returned to his homo last Tuesday nt Wheeling, Mo. HEfinlNG Will ovcrcomo Indigestion and dyspepsia; rcgulato tho bawls and euro liver and kidney complaints. It Is tho best blood cnrlchcr and Invlgorator In tho world. It Is purely vegetable, perfectly harm less, and should you bo a sufferer from disease, you will uso It If you nro wise. It. X. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

MEMORIAL DAY IN ST, LOUIS Arrangements Completed For An Elaborate Observance. .Vller'flii ln M..ln 1'nrnilr llserrls.s Mill lie llelil In I'r.lltn'l Hull al Hie World's I'nlr. 8U l,oul, May 20. Arranitementt fur nroliality the most elalmrato ol- nervaneo of .Memorial day over wit-- nossecl In HL Louis have Men com Iilotcd by tho Memorial Day committee if tho (1. A. It. In tho progtammei of exercise are Included a parade nnd eulieei,ucnt reception at Kertlval ball, In the World' fair Krouiiils, In which fanuuui civil war veteran and eiposl- tlnn iilllctnl will participate. More ban G.00O men and omcrra will l,n In line In the parade May 30. nnd the entire military forro nf the World' fair. In addition to tho regular aotdlcra from Je-ffcrnin barracks) and military noili of ndjacent slates, with the KlKbth Unllc-d HUtcs cavalry, being In I ho nroccsslcin. Tho member of the 0. A. 11. will assemble nl tho foot of the lllalr mon nment In Forest park, nnd under tho escort nf tho nwimlnK ml...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

TIRED, SUFFERING W0ME1T. aaMj Women run dowr. f3Xm "ml endure dally tor LTmW ium through nctf jvajVLT lectin? tlio kidneys. IjV Kidney backache a'Pj'IHPj'l makes a Qk bunion j I lm LXKffjLWmwamW pwilbl sleep fit sBfaY appetite) (fires JIPjlk nnil you nrc tired fjPjPjPJ tlio time. Can't bowollnntlllholdd nry are, well. Use 1 Man's Kidney Mils, wlilch liavo restored thousand of suf fering women to health ami rigor. .Mr. William Wallace, of 18 Capitol Rt, Cuneonli N. II., uvu "1 nn In tlm curly alairra n( llrlghl'a DUcnsc, end were It not for Donn's Kidney 1'ills, 1 would not bo living; to-day. l'aln In tlio baelc wan mi Interna that at nlKlit I bad to Ret out of bed until tho parox ysmal pnln patted nway. I vraalanguld nd tlreil ond liadn't tlia strength to lift a kettle of water. I could not work, but n few doses of Donn's Kidney l'HU relieved me, and two boxes absolutely cured inc. A FIlllHTRIAijnf this creat kidney medicine wlilch eurcil Sirs. Wallace will lxj mnlled to anv pnrt of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 27 May 1904

I El i MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. F1UDA.Y, MAY 27, 10OI. idirn nriiunn WABASH TIME TABLE, Wrot lloilii'l. fiivit Hi fiut.. I'itvit Munticwiirry. Mil. IJ--7;U ft. Ill WIU Nn. J-,i"li. in Ilia 11. in Mil. -iiM.i. in I .M i. hi Mil. I-7CIO . in U.SO ! M N. 7-10:1 pin . . .11:17 Ka.l Houhil, fntilri MiHtU'iniiTV, . Arrlvn In Ht, UmU Nil. Hi'l p. in...... ........ .. i., ....hyi n. in Wu. 43:.Ytit. in. . . .. H'Mii.tn Ni. 1 14 : i'J i. m Till No. IJ-.1M3 p. ni. . , 5:.T)p. in Nti.20:U p. ii h s.ftl p. in II.UCOKAIUK. Altl'llt. Republican County Convention. Montgomery City. Mo.. Mny IH. '(II I'urnunnt to the itlrcctlun of tliu llepubllcnn ccntrnl cotnmltlco of Mnntirninory county, a delegate convention Is hcrchy cnllcil to I mrct at lhn court houso In Mont-1 uomrry City, Mo., nt 1 1 o'clock a. in., Juno 'JO, IDOI, lor I ho purpose of selecting delegates to thti stalo nomlnnt ill! convention nl tit. Johi'iiIi. Mo., which tnki'M ntnco on tlioliithot July, IIHJI, also to the Htntn Judicial coiircnt...

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

MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE. Eight rnKos 10 ColumiiH. VOL. XII. NO. 8. CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FKIDAY, Jl'XK :t, 1!01. 51 nn a vkaii VlWW IS AllfANCK. Local Briefs. FGM 8HEHIFF. JOHN M. IM)VMMI,f lllilnrUnJ.lnTi'lir ni..H.nrr.h1iDMif a, a raialhlalr for Shi-rllT of Mrnilmnn-ry imniy.ulijrcl m Hie ilwl lim lit Hie llrmiMlrati C'uuly Uumi'lilton. Mu Khitoki-Viiu vltliiliw announce my max rmiillili.li.lnr MiiTltTiif 'Minlitoni- ery (Vmnty. ifti)r.il In11i irclln I i" llriuinllnili fiijhty Umrfi'Mlliui. ll turns llantnu JOHN .1. HI,TIIT,'ii! li,iitnii,rry"l lil. tmir snniniwi hlniM'tt in n rim tllitaln fur Hlit-rlir Hi MmiipmnTy '('minty, ouhjwt M llnHto'lolmi ! Ilia Itnullillriili Oiualy I'linrmitlon. ron -oouucctoh. HII1HTAVK ITTNI'.II. nf I'rnlrln i.miJlit. tirrHiy unimuiiiT. lilmMtff a a rnoillilult' ler iltitMfir uf liinlimn'ry Cminly. nulljui't tn llm JrMiiniifflnlli'ialillriin'iiinl)f (-TraUiin. St. Lcsllo Mallcraon of pcnt Sunday at home. Deputy rcoordor 12. L....

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 June 1904

i : i ! t. VI 1 if; Wu! THE TRIBUNE. 'bllatinl llr tiiktiiiiium: phintinu co. MONTGOMERY. Mtssount. The battleship Kentucky has nUli llshrd a new record for vessels of her class by making Iho run from Ma deira nt an average speed of 13 " knota an hour. Tbo distance la upwards of 3,0W mll(. GRAPHIC STORK OF KIN-CHOW BUTTLE Bravery of the Japanese Unsur passed In History. Cuba's flrrt loan hai been prompt! Milircrll cil. Thto country l:M nitthmitv to that the island itota net swamp lUelf with ilt bt, nml tli credit thus en tablltbeil hail mueh in .to wllb Ihi sue reia of the sr-.fKWio Imml talc, fly direction of cpngnsa tbe depirt rr.rnt of agriculture will leit the licallhfulnawi of food kepi In cold stor nr.)'. It la a wine m.ivement anil I bo na tional bureau of cbemljtry suggests that cann-d roods nisei should be In eluded In the investigation. Veterans of the cl 11 war fully com prehend Hint that nothing tlu'Hve has et transplrrd between thci'land fouei of Ituaala .inil Japan, It...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 June 1904

( THE TRIBUNE. 1'iMlihM. Iir tiii: Timu'Ni: rniNtixn co. sioxTooMnnv. ; Missouri!. MUGGINS' SCOOP. v BY Ji L. nAItBOUIU Muggins came to the Tlmos of fice in response tonlliie''nd."stnt lug Hint a boy was wanted foi'goit crnl work, which Included i pent tunny things. Muggins' remark, when In; was tohlof themultlplli' It.v of lils duties, struck me nsbo ill) so sensible that I engaged him on t lit spot. "I'm hiring out my tlmo to yon, ulr," he said, "mill I ilon't cure what I do hii lime ns, vim want mo to n xu my time In that wny." Acting on this irIiioi1t Mug plus woiihl do anything he was told to do, from the making of a jint ot paste to thcHwecplnguut of the whole oMIco. Muggins wine from nobody knew where. He had small, wizened features and eye like a ferret. He never looked very tidy, forlie wnsnsllkolynsnot to go down into the engine room of IheTlinosollIro nml tunihleinto n pile of wnnte and sleep there, III' Mend of going to his own home and his own bed, nltlintigh I do not k...

Publication Title: Montgomery Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery tribune. — 3 June 1904

MOM r-'ubllHliod ISvory I'rlduy. UY Tim THIUUNU I'RINTINO CO.. II. C. ASIIDAUOII, lidltor k Mane'r. Subnet-lotion In Advance. One Copy, Una Year $1.00 (none ib. FKIDAY, JUN'K .1, 1001. TI10 following story In going the rouniU of tlui stnto press! A Mis souri legislator, by sumo hook or crook, got on tho KxpoMtlon open ing program for a speech, lie fell asleep Just bcfornhlstlmoto spunk nml when ho heard IiIm nnmu cull ed moused himself, rubbed hi eyes mill nnswered "not (;ullty." Tim Methodist church general conference hns ngnlli decided that their iiicmljcrM slml! not dnncn, piny cnrtlM nor nlto;nl thentrcs. So tho giddy ones will hnvotocon tlnun to go it Mono. Hut they nro not likely to Imvo to sulTjr very much. Church laws nro a good deal llko tho laws o( Did state they Imvo got to bo biickml by poimlar Hi.-iitimoiit or they won't bo enforced. If things kciip on warming up In tho stnto ilumocrntlo rank I llko It linn been for tho pnst three weeks wo shall look for frou-fnr-nll li...

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